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M. M. MURDOCK, Editor.
WKDSIiSOAY'afoKNING, JOXK Fs, ISM.
JAMES C. BLAINE.
JCHN A. LOCAN.
.Kor Congress ... SAMIT1X K. PUTEltS .
DR. E. B. ALLEN'S CANDIDACY.
Dr. E. 15. Allen'o friends in th'w s-l-c-tion
of (he fcialc hear with great
pleasure the eordialty ith which his
candidacy for secretary of Mate is be
ing met with every whcio throughont
the community. Tlic days of lhc
" hurrah hoy" in Kansas politic arc
about numbered, and, it is well. Solid
men of sterling worth, dignity and
ability in (he pcisonel of the Mate
ticket this fall will go iurther towards
uniting ajid holding the different eic
incnU of (ho party to one com
pact harmonious inarching col
umn than anv decree or amount
of froth, fury and sound.
There arc a elass of men, large in
number mid inlliiciitial. who have
heretofore held to the tenents of ltc
nublican faith in this s-tatc, but who
have grown tired of (he mere mediocre
ever being thrown (o the Mirface by
some hpp) -go-lucky event or politi
eal cll'erveccncc begotten of surfarc
The republican delega(es lo the
state convention -should not forget
that in conforming lo the will of the
people by placing Co'.. .John A.. Martin
at (he head of the ticket they still can
very easily destroy (he moral power
of the ticket and dampen (he ardor of
the entire campaign by placing candi
dates on the ticket such a- cannot
command the solid vole of all (he ele
ment of the party. There are an
other class of Uepiiblicans not so
large in number as the first, who be
lieve that the only way to discipline
and bring it on lo higher
is to take advau-
such weaknesses as
mentioned and to defeat
This is a year when more than ordi
nary care should he exercised in the
selection of a ticket. AVo want a tick
et whoc make up shall be above criti
cism. As to the above propositions
we know a large majority ot the think
ing men of the party will agree.
As (o Dr. K. IS. Allen and his candi
dacv while it has been only in the
slightest degree of his own seeking,
and while his friends have gone to no
extremes it is uecrtlicless an earnest
ollering. lie is a man who would
lend weight and dignity to the ticket,
a man whose sincerity of character,
sound conviction and unblemished
record would command the respeci of
every possible clement of the parly.
Where he is best known there is lie
the strongesl, consequently Ibis sec
lion will go tip (o Topeka urging hi-.
nomination, not so much from local
consideration as from his eminent fit
ness for (he place.
JOHN P. ST. JOHN.
For a man of hi alibi c John 1. St.
John has caused the Republicans of
Kansas ninth trouble since became
over the Missouri bolder and settled
al Olalhe. Rut despite all the trouble
he has managed to elevate Iih own
name and fortunes. While lie has nev
er for a moment lost Hi-jht of these, he
has with cijual ij;ilance lmnjj lo the
Republican paii which has been the
stepping stone lo his ambitions and
from which ho neither could be forced
or coaxed until ho member refused to
elect him governor for the
third lime. After that he look a menac
ing stand, still, which was more neu
tral than independent, refusing to say
what he would or would not do until
he could more ile.uly define the di
rection the cat would jump. If it
scratched out in his dircclionjio evi
dently intended lo ,ratch and hold it
with the same heroism that the Roman
boy held on to the fox; but, if the
convention at Chicago failed lo dis
cover John Peter St. John and duly
recognize his opinions then he would,
without mercy. deliver over
the government into the hands ofils
ancient enemies by crippling the par
ly which had made it possible for s'tich
as he to be counted great. The result
is known, and thus small demagogue
has now gone oast lo eider into a con
spiracy lo defeat Republican princi
ples and to destroy the the parl that
has ted him, and his mi, and his rela
lions, for lo, these jeais! gone to hob
nob for the honors and leadeiship of a
parly which would never have been
a recognized force but for lhccotic
tions of members within the Republi
Let him K-
Ashe left the Kansas City depot
last Saturday evening to travel all
day Sunday for the cast he said to
IhoEC gathered about him that he was
not opposed to Blaine and Logan,
but that ho couldn't Mipport their
platform. As that platform is proba
bly lhc cleanest and bet platform of
principles ever adopted bv the
party, a an embodiment of
living principles rivaling the
emancipation proclamation and the
declaration ol independence, the value
:uid meaning of his assertion will be
readily understood. Ho may be high
er, purer, better than these piinciple-,
but we don't believe he will succeed
in making an great number of Kan
sas people beliee it, notwithstanding
lhc caution and cunning he has em
ployed to lead those who beliee in
prohibition to a point from w hich they
would be compelled lo follow him.
lie said further iu the interview al
luded lo that he would make the Re
publican part weat. or words
to that etlect; that 32.".000
volcr.s in Ohio alone had been insulted,
that the platform adopted at Chicago
is mere clap-trap and that the Repub
lican largely of Kansas. Maine, Iowa.
IXcw York and Ohio wotdd repudiate
St. John believes there i no Repub
lican par' outside of the Prohibition
party and that theie is no Prohibition
party outside of St. John.
' We shall see.
i nu mum -i nun- siicoen maur- lj
R. L. Walker in this city after his ie
lum from Chicago, and which wa re
ported in the Raiji.i:, is going the
rounds of the stale press and in near
ly every instance it call forth a com
mendatory editorial introduction. Mr.
Walker will woke up some morning to
find himself a famous oraior.
The average Democratic sheet is
now paintully crowded witn deroga
tory matter and dire prohecics of the
national Republican ticket. They gloat
and then quote each other aud gloat.
Our Democratic neighbor, the Ileacou,
this week catches up the refrain aud
rates and berates from editorial leader
to the last local item Wo had some
how come to believe that its
editor was made of dill'i-rcnt
stuff irom the common run
of iiourbou writers, that he
wasiiicliucd to view (lie shortcomings
of society aud the mistakes of govern
ment in all their relations, and environ
ments, from a philosophical stand
point, to weigh, as it were, in even
balances the good of all aud then only
lo praise the rijiht. At anv rate we
would never be persuaded to view
him in the light of a rinif claquer and
party touter. liutalaswc have only
to refer to his i-sue this week to make
plain how painfully we have been mis
taken. He even descends to quoting
dudes and nobodies, to reproducing
the sentiments and declarations of pa
pers which have for twenty years did
little eUe than fight the Republican
party openly or slab it In the back.
Well, in a week or so, a great legion
of unwahed itchers will assemble at
Chicago, dudes and dull'crs, hungry
howlers and i-larving s(rikcrs, sore
heads aud sourmasher-, all animated
b the one single, lingering, longing
wih, an ollite, and there in
their strife to capture some
man w ith a barrel who will
blunder into something, heaven
onl know-what, aud on to a ticket,
heaven only knows who. When that
time comes, dear captain, ami it won't
be long, theie will be something with
which Democratic paper-, will be com
pelled to fill up (heir columns, and it
won't be quoted abuse of Jim Dlaine
or John Logan either, or we miss our
HIS HOOFS AND' HORNS.
The Topeka Capital, the most con
sistent prohibition paper in the state,
a paper w hich has never faltered in
giving expression to its own and the
convictions of the truest temperance
men of the state, in its issue of ycler
dn leads S.John a double-leaded les
sen. That it will eilect St. John we
do not believe. Among many other
thing the Capital saj s :
It is particularly unfortunate for
him that al this time when the parly
in his own state is the rccognicd
champion of prohibition he should
forsake the party because the national
convention failed to place a piohibi
tion plank in the platform. It was not
expected by any considerable number
of prohibitionists that the party
would take this step at this lime. It
would have been suicidal to the party
and lo prohibition. Mud the Repub
lican partv placed an abolition plank
in the platform of 1800, Lincoln would
not in all human probability have
been elected. It is no compromise of
piinciple, no lack of loyalty to the
cause of temperance, that the party
moved only as fast upon that question
as the people demanded
TIRED OF HOME.
The following circular sent us from
I'opcka eteida will interest about
one woman in leu :
A state convention of the friend
and advocates of eiu:d suller.ige will
be hehl in Topeka, June -." and -'! al
the senate chamber. Headquarter
for delegate will be at the Diitton
house, when l educed rate have been
secured for all who may come. This
convention is called for the purpose of
organizing the slate on behalf of a
eoutitutinual amendment enfranchis
ing women. It is earnestly desired
that there be a large attendance from
all parts of the state. Mrs. llcleh M.
doiigar, of Indiana, will be prc-cnl
through the convention acd deliver an
add i ess each evening. Firl session at
J o'clock p. m , Wednesday the 2ft th.
I'.v order, Mns. II. P. .Mansi'i i:m,
Vice-President National Woman
The .Salnnlay night' meeting al
Tammany hall has taken the country
by shi prise. And the fact that the
Sun ie-echoe.s the sentiment of that
meeting is a little less startling. Kor
John Kelley to say that Tammany was
ready for a new departure and that,
"cither w e are 1 emocrats. or w e are
not ; but that in either case unless the
Democrats nominated better men than
lilamc and Logan, then Rlainc aud Lo
gan shall be elected if we am elect
Iheni," means simply that a free trade
ticket or platform will have no -how
NO MAN LIKE HIM.
San Francisco Chronicle: This
cotiuliy ha produced no statesman
without milit'm prolige whose can
didature for the presidency could stir)
up the country to o high a pitih of
cnthtiia-m as the name of lilamc w ill i
stir it, with a pal-ied old man, more
dead than alive, a his antagonist. No I
otecr American statesman, with per
haps the exception of Henry Clay, ha Til. qnfi Qf, AflrlitintiQ
evcraoncentratcdonbimselfan equal! " 4L,1,-l OL11 -1-UU1LIUU&
h:tre of the hue. admiration and con-1 ,, ... . , , ,, ., .
(;,l.. l.l ,,nriv IU- ,m.1v I This 1 tin- most denlraWe reaidence i.r.i-rtr
....... ... ... .-. .. . ....w ..... ,
lilamc is a man ot tlie people, witn a
genius lor politics ami statesmanship,
and theen impersonation of Ameri
can aspirations and institutions. In
the House of lfcpre-eutativcs, after
Thaddetiu.Stevcns had pas-cd lrom the
stage, he was the right arm, thebrain-,
and the heart of the I'epublican party.
And he won prouder laureln as Speak
er of that body than am peaker but
Clay. No living man ha- so large a
knowledge at read.x and iuiant com
mand of nil the working, wants, ami
requitcmcut of the government and
the country. He is by far
the mot conspicuous representative
of thoe distinctively I'epublican
ideas which hae made the
United Mate the richest and grandest
nation iu the world a thorough be
liever in the policy of protect ion, which
elevate labor: au ardent and enthui
astic pleader for the right of man ;
devoted to the national honor; and a
man who, as President, will do more
lo make this country and it citizens
respected abroad than has ever been
done since the foundation of the gov
ernment, unless vve much mistake his
metal. With this man at the helm of
it, we hall have no ip-hod. hilh
shally, back-do wn-and-swallow-thc-iusiilt
Cleveland Herald iKep): Tho prin
ciple oi protection to American minis-
17.iis,i'?,rtV.ia. 'J10 wcb "T1 lhe "00.f
ol that party and can not be removed
without its aimihiIa!io. Tim 'Vimv
, . . ;. . -"- -"
iorK nines ami tne .New ork i'ot
are rampant tree-tnids papers, not
mere tantl reducers, but advocate of
the 1:iil'11Ji sstem in its entirely.
Thev are the organs of the importer
a again-t the manufacturers and
worktnmen of this country. Thev
have labored iu vain to convert the
Hejmblican party to their view, and
had determined "to cut looso from lhe
party they could not lead astray to its
ruin. Mr. Blaine is thoroughly iden
ficd with the American system "of pro-
tcctioti (o home industry, ynd there
fore he was made the chief target of
attack before the noininatiou, but any
of the other possible candidates, when
nominated, would have fared little
better. In any case the bolt would
huve been made, except iu the impos
sible event of the party being headed
in the direction of an English free
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette,
(Rep.): Scratch the back of any of the
so-called independent uepuDiicans arm
you arc pretty sure to find a free
trader, and "that's what's the matter
W. U. IIACKKK. I.. C JACKSON
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale ami Ui tall Dealers in
And alt Urnls or
Stone, Lime, Cement, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Flagging
Grey & Blue Stone.
Offlw at Ills ltel Scales, No. TO, Douglas Ayc. ,
South Side, Near leKt. 1-tf
lOIl BOARD AND LODGING
J. K. Killion's Bestanrant,
On Water Htive t, mo iloor north of Douglas
Airline In Hie Werner liiillillnp- tf
THIS SPACE BELONGS
Real Estate Firm!
In thnii for linnraliM. Ihey lri
tt.iiw. kt'p "hi ui oarrinKfi. ail
their iimiwrtyi In erlullv, nn 1 iliej sell It ton
& Pay Taxes
In short, il
i .H llrst-clsSH (no curb-tour) luial-
fj Ollice ner 11-l'linK' - l'ltherV IhkiL
eliiie, MtiliiMreet, UIiIhI.i, Khiivii. lii.lm
50- Choice Lots! -5(3
in Turner' addition to the city.
Prices Low. Term 8 Easy.
Andy to .1. 11 Turin r, or Joceljn Thomas.
Prices Low. Terms Easy.
HC. TTIBLlJdQ-Gi-, "
Grain and Produce Commission
tMcitgn m-irket rejiorts received eerr fifteen
liiliiutis from 9 M I. m to 2UW I- M. Office
unJer lltiztn- lt.-ink, Wichita. Knns. Dral
er in mlu nd juihIucc lailed'to nuke in
office their heHdijtiarters. d-3-tf
iBOOT it SHOE MAKER
' -- Ttro Door Xlntt of Trrmiint lloume.
Orders Promptly Attended to on
Kcntrtuc IVcatly A: VUrmply Drar.
Wichita, - - Kansas
Branch Yards at
' & '
. i i-M ii
tjaraen nam a narper.
Apn vro rnA xTXTrr
UlVjAJNb IvJ riitiiN 1
W. B. JS& E A. ID
Or AiMrn-4 I net Box -3,
BUNNELL & ROYS,
Fire and Life Insurance
Agents A. T. k S. F.Kailroad Lands.
Money always on hand to Loan at
Lowest current rates.
The oldest established Real Estate
firm iu the city.
OlTIt 1XSUKAXCK AGENCY.
Aetna, or Hartford $9,1M,CU
German American, of Xcw York 4,0G3,SGS
Gerraania, or New York 2,700,72J
Hartfora, of Hartrord 4,541,2M
Home, of New York 7,lsJ,C15
Ins. Co. of North America, or I'lilla.. 9,0Tl,ai
Liv., Loml., and Globe, of I-herjiool, 5, 771, MO
Pho:nix. or Hartrord 4,I3.',,0I9
Underwriters, of New York S.CW.TiU
The E-mltable Ufe, of New York fiO.fftjQ.OiO
Jj-Offlce in Kob block, upstair, oer Hank
COR. DOIKIIS AND I.AWKKNCK AVS
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
e. "sr. XunnsrsEir., i. t.,
Proprietor and Surgeon in Charge,
58 North Main Street
V. S. Catarrh ol the Nose, throat and Kar
cured by a mild and nrw iirooesn Wilt give
relief at once. Cnreg liermanent and guar.in-
teed or the case not undertaken.
GOLDEN RULE STORE !
uDo vuto others as
White Goods, Laces, Ribbons,
Edgings & Novelties,
Prices at Our Usual Reasonable Figures.
sleii In ind eel our i.iioi-. heforp atlt-ndln ' -peciiil or any other talf. We will miU)ii In
inii-et, hliuw n gooilsclieertiilly. ami lev tlio enllct to the jiiihllc.
WVkn-ith.-.l.)liii Kell) (U.h henler, X. Y.)
LADIES' & MISSES' FINE SHOES.
Kli-ant and perfect llttinK. Weaiewde arfenU fur the celebrated
"Ray State Shoe & Leather Company's Boots & Shoes.
Itelnjr well Litou.i all over the wtinlry, Ihey nee.1 nn MimlnK on our inrt.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
We are in juidtie'.-toii of out' ?
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
Ve dhl not Imy our rjU U keep on our plieltes, hut Intend to sell thitn. We do nut
wlh Ui blow, bras or hiiiiihus.liiit will continue lmiiejcln she conscryatlve way in which w
We pronil-e illte treatment, hone-t ileMIn, .md to adhere strictly to the tlolden llnle
Nassauer & Hipsh,
122 Douglas Avenue, Wichita.
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
LUMBER SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME,
Ninety-.-t;eii per cent, pure Lime. Two barrels will ro a-, far a.-three of
any other Lime.
Louisville Cement, JCcHgan Plaster and Hair, always en hand.
H0LL0WELL & D0RAN
Arc to the front with tlie U-itt, Xeatrt, Xllii-t ami Cti"ajit lim of
HATS, CAPS & ZFTTIRIKriSHirNra- GOODS
Douglas Arcnur, llctwct'ii Sim Hi
Smythec&-Hahn, e "
Contractors & Builders.
Ilanl ine flnlih a specialty.
SHOP South End 4th Avenue.
Ofiee Pftllett's Linker arl
KHIeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam & Gas
Gas Fixtures. Steam Healing & VufSalin s
Specially. Estimates Fiinmheii.
X3r Shop on Doti;;lju avenue In Werner's
uulMIog, Wichita, Kansaj. I'ostoIBee box 115.
Machine Shop !
NEAP. IKON BltlDOK.
R. McPARLAND, Propr.
Douglas Avcaue, uear Dtft,
Frc-li bread, 'ib'S, cakes, rnndic, foii
rerlionarv, fruits, etc.
(ood- dulivcrcil anywhere iu the
64 MAIN STREET.
yon would be done .")
onid Hiiiity this riiiK or entirely new ..tttiriis.
ullt "l-enl. fiir Ihli deirtnienl.
of the celebrated
anil Wallare's Implrturut llon-es.
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 100 DOUGLAS AUCNDE.
Orr names Ding S lore
Largest Agency ii lie Yallej.
EVERYTHING SOLD AT
GRAND CLOSING OCT SALE!
To Begin Jose lit, at
lisj. Alice Snils' liflinerj Slure,
North or Woodman's Bank, mat side of Main
CHEAP CASH STORE
Just opened out iu the nice,
of Citizens' Hank.
new, light store
BIG STOCK OF
MEN'S. BOYS' AND
MAKICKD OUT IS PLAIN FIGUKK3 WAV DOWN
At HardPan Prices.
HEAD AND REFLECT!
A GOOD ALL WOOL SUIT MADE SPLENDID FOR $7.50.
Boots and Srioes
Will tic soli at aHtonltriiing low figures. Please call ami fee my stock auil juices, lte
inemlicr the pljce, one door wett of Citizen Hank.
YOUltS VERY RESPECTFULLY,
T. W. COVERDALE.
MAJOR BROS. & HOLLEDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLESLE .A-HSTID IBT-AJEL.
133 DOUGLAS AVENUE. GOODS DELIVERED OH SHORT NOTICE.
II. 11. UICHAKDS.
A. HrS. Vice,
NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN
28 Main Street,
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS!
MANUFACTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
IMPERIAL, ... - (Roller Patent.)
WHITE ROSE, (Extra Fancy.)
X. L. C. R. - - (Fancy.)
Thc brn 1 hc btra on tb rfikrL.fl t'JLtt.
won n -nTllilc rr wiUtlon whrTcr lnlrfjqcl.
alwajn In the mrVt fur what t blfihr 1 1 cwh
n i mp?reiKfLV7iv v7TK
Has the Finc-l TJiic of
DIAMONDS, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES !
No. 88, Douglas Avenue. -
W. L. McBee,
Abstract of title compiled on short notice.
Fire, Life aiS Toraado Iisirasce.
Represents seven of the best Compute in the
Comer Douglas and Lawrence.
Koom -No. 2 up
l.irge stock of
room on Doiigli-. Atemic, one door west
HI.ACK, Sec. ami Trens.
January II, 181.)
STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
Wt, North i-t Pouth for trn Jr, uI lirc
To try Uimii In u Uy wllh tbrn
IMBODEN & OLIVER.
H. W KENDLE
WOOD, CLOTH. A.M IETAIUC EIGIIL CASES,
SOBES. GLOVES, CRAPE. ETC.
1I? two fine brn. A iirlt 1I4hs llrcl
Wlrblu .nji'lrrj. O&rr lw7 otn
in lk,arl ,'ou, icniu. nuui
Prmpt tltntit It Utint If Ttlryriph.
Lftrsnc'0 Drag Store.
SOL. n. KOHX, l'rMnt. d
A. f. OUVEE. Vlw-m't.?P ?'
rVICHITA! NATIONAL BANK,
OUtJAXIZEtl IN IjTTS.
Paid-up Capital, -
S. II. KOHX. A. VT. OLIVElt,
X. r. N'lEllKKLANDEK. W. II,
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business.
Ikutern and Foreign Exchange bought and mid.
U. 6. Bonds, of all denominations, lought and sold.
1-tf L'onntif. Totenship and JCuHt'ciMl Bonds bought.
It. I.OMRARO. Jr.. VrMhlrat,
JAS. I I.OMUAKI). Vlct-l'rtt't,
Kansas State Bank.
CEO. E. Sl'ALTON,
licccire De.xm'ls. Jlitkc Collect ions, Bug and Sell Exchange, and trans
act a Gfiicral Hanking Business.
JKSt;t l,A10S.tCO..&MVllliuM.,X. Y.
ItLAUKSTUNK XATIUNAI. UANK, 1J.U)U.
The Davidson Loan Co.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $00,000.
Money Always en Hand to Loan on Improved Farms and City Froprtr
OFl'ICK WITH CIIIZKN8 HANK, Korlhwnt (
Corner Main Mrrt ami Ihmgl.-u Arfiiur,
Bank of Commerce.
(IIATKIKI.U A" 1IAICTI.KY.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Receives Deposits, Timo and Demand, at InUwtt.
lings and sells exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal bonds,
and transacts banking in all its branches.
No. 17 Douglas Avenue, - Wichitn, Kjhimi.
liDltOI.l'lI HATFIEl.tl, fruslilint
It 1 AI.LKS, VIi-n I'ro-lilrut urn) Kvamlnvr
(. Y (lltIIA.M, AlKlltor
WICHITA LAND AND LOAN COMPANY,
lenlkles Lous. Sells L&nis. Flues hwi Hikes Collidki
OITICE IN HANK OKCOMMKUCK lltOMS.
WICHITA, - 3dA.3rajLS.
OF WICHITA, I-CA-IfcTS A S.
A' ) Cor. Main
W. K. STANLEY,
(J. L. DAVIOHOX,
'1Ii"-jiIUiI tok rilliiiU In n )iuixtrpl llniii.iiiiil ilolUn, ilttf tliuit itiillrf mM.'Ii
inHrnri hj Nt-w KnxIniKl rai'ltnlUU nml pnvltigft ImiiLii vtlio r-rn-nt orr tfii million itit
lnr, plTlnir tlio institution a tiw kluic jiil Iiijiiit liauLlui; lio in til Mat.
'llielAiL Mil! rrrclrr ililt, 1'iijr ami ll forrlicii mi'l itnmi.tlc rcliann, inaV in, bit
lo n Ki-nrrnl lutitlnK tmnluriM Wonhall rrxtraro' til traimai-l all lulnt- rnlnixlot t.tiu In
luamirr, antt iiiKin Ifinns, MitUratory tixiltr cu.loiufrr. aii't pullitlt a char nf tli mlilc -troiiajj"
.7 JKtt'lltHoy. Vrr.l,lr,,t.
H I. It.tVI n.SO.X, Vict't'rrt't
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
n-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
S'lliilh'irett (Jflrnci Jfatn Street and ItOnglai Arenur,
COMK ANJ) WCT KATKS, OK TALK LOANH.
GEO. E. 8PALTON, 8creUry.
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY.
.xi ii Jfoiieg at Is,ctl Ilatrs.
Ittuc Sight J rafts nn all runt of Eiiroj;
Ituys at'd Sell tor't aud Municipal Bond,
I'ayi Interest on 'IHmr, IjhUi.
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II. LEWIS, 1'roWcul. A. A. HYDE, Vhr.
S. D. PALLETT,
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN. PINE LUMBER!
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Frooman & Peckham,
Staple & Fcuicy Gnjceries.!
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Etc.
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Main Strrrt, VVia.hu, lCaiia..
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C. A. WALKER, Awt. Cwk!r.
- -' $125,000
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TUCKKR. JOIIS UAVHSX.
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UKO. K. sl'ALTOX, A't Cahlr.
. B. LOMBARD. Jr., V
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NATIOVAI. 1SXK OK AMKU1CA. Chlcxu.
Mfc.t:CllAM' XAT'I. HANK, Kuua City.
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J. YT. llAKILKY, Trr..
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H. L. DAVIOSUN.
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