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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 24. 1886.
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THURSDAY MOHSJXG. JUNE 24.
The -personal popularity ol Glad
stone reminds one of the old-time wor
ship of Henry Clay In our own coun
try, la many re-pccU th? two great
commoners were very alike.
The Rock Island has commenced
track laying at Wathcua, Doniphan
county, about ten miles west of St.
Joseph. Grading between "Wathena
and the Missouri river will commence
The Topeka Citizen claims to have
unearthed a great big fraud whereby
that city has been, or will be, beaten
out of something over $8,000 on a con
tract let for the construction of a new
jail. There arc jobs and jobs.
During the past week the following
changes aud additions to the postal
svstem iu tho state: New offices es
tablished Marney, Cheyenne county,
Charles G. Smith postmaster; Taloga,
Morton county, Franklin Iteam post
master; Tcrryton, Fiuney county,
Mrs. Laura Barker postmistress.
Name changed Salt Creek, Reno
county, to Abbyyille. Discontinued
Hester, Phillips county.
The Kansas, Nebraska aud Dakota
railway company have filed in tho
office of the register ot deeds of Shaw
nee county a firet mortgage on all its
property now on hand and hereafter
to be acquired from.tho city of Fort
Scott to the north line of Shawnee
county. The valuo of tho property
covered by the mortgage is $-2,400,000,
which is probrbly the largest sum
cer covered by one indenture in the
A great moral wave swept over the
city yesterday, and iu consequence
several alleged prizo fighters have been
cordially invited to get out. This is u
far more important move than the
war on tire Mother Hubbard?, aud
will bo commended by all good citi
zens. And if this rule is intended to
apply to all sluggers, a number of
partially bankrupt gentlemen will
arise and susgest that the St. Loui3
bae ball club be given ten minutes to
get out of town. lvausas City Times.
That's chivalry! Because the St.
Louis ball club downed the home club
iu a fair, square game the morality
shriekers of Kansas City try to get
even by smirchiug the character of
their visitor!. Bah!
The posmastcr at Lawrence lia in
vented a '"cock and bull story'' about
the organization of postal clerks on
the western roads to boycott the
postal system ami all walkout ifauy
of ihciu arc-removed without cause.
BELLE PLAINE BRIEFS.
To the Editor of the Eacle.
The heaviest rains of the reason fell
recently, aud the chintz bugs nru not
so de-tnictivc to corn.
Lightuiu;.' struck Chas. IVudleiou'i
hint south of the river, burning it up,
together with several hnudrcil butlicU
! Din wneai.
Mr-,, llaltio Sullivan died S Uiirday
night, and whs buriel l.t Sabbath
from the Presbyterian church
Health in the community generally
Our town is building some now
properly; strrcts are being graded tuid
sidewalks laid, preparing for the
boom of the D., M. & A. railroad.
About two thousand five hundred
tons of material arc arriving at Con
way, aud more to come.
A prohibition convention is called
for this county, to meet on the 2C!h,at
Wellington, to select delegates to at
tend the congressional convention at
Slcrliug on the 1st of July.
To the Editor of the Earle.
Although we are not much endowed
with a spirit of gasconade and blow,
yet from the daily congratulations
among the farmers we are somewhat
tempted to boast to the extent of
notifying your many readers that this
locality is blessed with the most en
couraging prospect of a heavy yield of
tho great staple ot Kansas, to gay
nothing of other crops that the late
rains havc'resurrcclcd to a fair profn
isa of an average return. True, tho
wheat is light, as it is all over this
section; tho oats measurably so,though
much improved recently; yet the corn,
potatoes and every other species of a
crop will largely preponderate, though
not until we get another road will we
materially profit by tlicsc blessings.
Well, the town is improving some.
The contractors have commenced the
foundation for the new school build
ing, which will, when finished, add
greatly to our little town.
The Catholics of Darby and vicinity,
joined by a delegation from your ty,
had a very enjoyable picnic yesterday
iu the beautiful grove of J. X. Lowe,
besides making it very lucrative for a
church enterprise. H.
To the Editor Dallr Eacle:
We have been too busy to glean
very much this week, but will seud
you a few notes.
Mr. W. P. Beal has moved to AVcl
liugloii. Mrs. Beal has not joined
him jet, but will in a few da.
Wanted A good cobler to locate in
Goddard and work at his trade.
Mr. Miltuer of Wichita, has discon
tinued his graiu office at this point.
Mr. Abo Campbell spent Suuday iu
Kuoilloch & Sou have sold or are
about to tell their store, so report
The Kuights of PythiaR and the
Odd Fellows ot Goddard held a
called meeting iu tho Knights room
last Thursday evening, to see if the
two lodges could join iu tho erection
of a building at Goddard. As it
looked very Moriny .there was not a
good attendance, so it was decided to
wait a week or so before deciding the
There was a dance at C W. Davis'
last Friday night. Messrs. II. B.
Brokaw, J. L. Hodge, B. O. Rodolf,
Dr. Ovcrstrect and ladies were there
from Goddard. They did not get
back until about five o'clock next
morning on account of the heavy rain
There was a dance at Mr. Holde
man's, southwest of Goddard the
Uncle Billy Sloan has moved into
tho section house. He Vill board the
section hands that have no families.
Another nice rain last evening.
To the Editor of the Eafle.
Una seems to have forgotten u?, or
else is engrossed in weightier themes;
so I take it on myself to assure your
readers that Kalamazoo is tieither
dead nor sleeping. True, we have
been rather dull lately, that is for
Kalamazoo, and conversation has
been 'about evenly divided between
railroad bonds and chinch bugs, but
the former is no longer a question on
which to speculate, aud the latter are
almost vanquished by the heavy rains
of the past week.
EAOLKargumeuts on the bond ques
tion were repeated aud re-repeated
'til'Eric township ranged itself in al
most a solid phalanx for right and
Two roads will intersect this town
ship, and then perhaps we will cease
to feel that we are living iu the heart
of Africa, and quit looking for a Stan
ley to come and discover us.
A large audience convened at the
Presbyterian church last Sabbath
night to hear a discourse, not from,
but written by, Hev. DeW. Talmagc.
His sermons arc surely worthy of
being echoed all over the land, and
we hope these readings will be con
tinued. Mrs. Ada Embrcy, one of Wichita's
first grade teachers, is rusticating for
a mouth or so at Mr. Eugene Baird's.
Kalamazoo congratulates .itself on
her presence, and hopes she may find
the rest and health sought.
Miss Van Horn is also spending her
vacation in our midst.
Mr. J. McCully, of LaCross, paid a
flying visit this week to his parents
and friends. He seems to think real
estate tho only business in the world,
and is almo9t.enthusiastic enough to
belong to the Wichita staff.
The various ball clubs of our vicin
ity formed a union last Saturday, and
laid off a new field for the summer,
literally and figuratively speaking.
Their odly assorted suits had rather a
picturesque eflecl, and we suggest
they defer to the taste of the ladies in
the selection of their new regalia. A
picked nine will play at Millcrton
A social was given recently by the
Misses Hcrrick, but the threatening
clouds kept away all but near neigh
bors, or very social friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Combs, of Mem
phi', Ind , have been visiting relatives
hero. They have (-old their eastern
property and expect to locate iu hap
Mrs. John McCluro has come safely
over the seas to rejoin her husband
and brothers. We welcome her most
heartily, knowing that when once ac
quainted and acclimated, 6ht: will
never piuc for aiild Scotia 1-md
AN ATCHISON WHISKEY CASE.
Tho jury in the Byraii Smith wh's
fccy ca-.e brought in a verdict of uot
guiliy at siiven o'clock toui;ht. The
case was fouiriit from Wi'dnesdt)
until 2:30 yesterday, when it wh
givpu to the" jury. Coimly Attonoy
Gilbert pro-.ruU'd and Jackson nut!
Uuvm defended. There i no doubt
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! ' " ? " 'V VCr ' .'
i thcic-hould nave been a convict Hiii on
three counts. Several of the jury im-ii
admit ihat guilt was proved, but ay
thai proof was ot Rules at 820 Commer
cial Mrect, but the allegation in tin
information charged 718, and cm I lii
tcchuicality a verdict of acquittal vii.
agreed upon. The defendant lfitcr
and bill Iiu-hI were produced to prove
that tin' number was S20. although
Jcriy Mot 'arty aud othi-r witnesses
swore to 718. Atchison Champion.
TH EVH EATCROP.
Reports from various portions of
the slate, where lnrveftiug h is been
commenced, and especially from thi-
part of the state, indicate that the
wheat crop will bo much better than
was expected. While the wheat was
thin on the ground and not very high,
the heads arc large aud full aud the
berry plump aud well filled out. A
largo amount of the wheat in this sec
tion was in shock before the hcvy
rain of last night. Topeka Citizen.
The new Presbyterian church at this
place was dedicated last Sunday with
impressive ceremonies The sermon
was preached by Rev. J. D. Hewitt of
Wichita. A very large congregation
was present, and every dollar of the
indebtedness was raised by contribu
tion and good subscriptions. Ashland
Senator Ingalls, under the head of
"Notes mid Comments," in the North
Americau Review, has an article fav
oring tho joint resolution proposing
an amendment to the constitution of
the United States, substituting the
30th of April for the 4th of March as
tha commencement of the presidential
term. His reasons aro that tho adop
tion of tho new date nill shorten tho
interregnum of nitio months during
which congress is not organized.
It would add two months, to
tho closing session of every con
gress. It would give tho president a
chance to breathe after tho campaign,
aud liually it would give fair weatlnr
for inauguration day iustcad of tho
not ol tho elements which prevails iu
earlv March. Senator lugalls con
clude;: 'The only objection thus far
urged against the amendment is that
ir will give two additional months of
power to the present administration.
Whether this argument will appeal
most strongly to Democrats or Repub
licans does not appear. The presi
dent seems to be regarded with equal
iuditlerence by his lrieuds ami by hi
enemies.' The joint resolution has
passed the senate. Champion.
Oit Wednesday morning last, during
the thunder storm, tho house of Mr.
Ira Che, one mile cast of town, was
struck by lightning. It struck Jhe
chimney" aud branching off ran down
the rafter, tearing them in niece-,
theu down the wall through both
floor ami into the cellar, makinir a
cpnpr.nl lirp.nknn. T'mler the. rafters.
which were all splintered and torn,
three children were sleeping, yet,
straugc to say no one whs hurt. Mr.
Chase informed us that the lightning
made several hole through tho wall,
tearing off the baseboard in the room j
in which he slept smith county
Etch succeeding year brings more
strongly into light the wounds aud
diseases brought about by four year'
service In camp and field while fight
in2 lo lire-crve the union. Few of
the old yeteran- are either strong or ,
healthy. What a heartless or thought
less fellow he must be who Ttews a
procession of these old veterans and
glibly comment' upon their hobbled
gait and bent tonns. Twenty years
azo they were physically and men
tally the pride ot the land. They arc
older now, much older, and few will
live the alloted time of threescore and
teu. Ellsworth Reporter.
Arraugcmcnts have been made by t
which the state places at the disposal
of tho executive committee of the
National Educational association the
tents used by the state militia. Ihesc
will give ample accommodation for
2,000 pcrsous. They will probably bo
pitched ou the south side of Capitol
square near the state armory, and the
collection will be called "Camp Mar
tin." Topeka Commonwealth.
REAL. ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following are th real estate tranifert
recorded in the offloe of tvguter of deedi
E MBrookjtoJH Biker, lot 7, 9,
Seneca tt, Hartiaion'f 3rd add 760
H Schwiter to D B Bridger, lots 1, 8,
pattie arc, Lincoln it add....... 400
G E Allgaire to S Jacquei, lots 69, 71,
Market it, Biylvi iub-dir Fitzger
ald's add '. 875
A J Edwardi to L. B Grafton, com
mencing at iw cor lot 185 Market
it, Hyde & Ferrell'i add 2650
G E Bancroft to W P Gilong lot 28,
Fifth ave, Hllton'i add 275
F E Parmenter to O E Beardtley, lots
97, 93, 101, Topeka ave, and lots 78,
80. 82, 84, 86, 88, 91 Emporia ave,
Parmenter'i add 3000
JSl'Gorponto J Hone, lot 81,
Court it - - 2600
J L Mooro to K M Eldridge, lot 144,
Chicago avo 2700
H Schweiter etl to DJ Tangney,
odd lots 49 to 67 Ida aye, Lincoln
it add- - 1200
W ltobuuon to A M Johnton, lot 18
20. Ida ave, Lincoln it add......... 300
I A Doran to E T Brown, lots 97, 99,
Main st- 18000
L G Hoffron to L Keck.50 ft off s
side lot 41 Zimmerly's add 635
O HoEibacher to C E Barwiie, lots 5,
7, Washington ave Throckmorton's
T;a Bayley to H Schwitzler, lota 54,
56 Mam it, Bayley's lubdiv Fitz
gerald's add- 600
H Schwitzler to G A Bayley, begin
ning 400 fiw of ne cor 29-27-le;
thence s 35 ft,w 400 ft, n 25 ft, e 140
ft; also beginning 656 ft w of above
point; thence s 25 ft, w 124 ft, n 25
ft, o 144 ft 500
E P Ford to D M Pah loU 6, 8, 10,Ca
rey avo and lot 32 Payne ave Ford's
2nd add 2000
H Schweiter to GO Strong begin
ning 1320 ft n ofne cor 33-27-le,
thence s 1335 ft,w 804 ft, thence nw
along right of way of A T & S F R
Kto a point 1380 w of place of the
beginning, o 1380 ft 10029
T A Bayley to "W A Lombart lots 46,
48, 50, 52, Main it Bayley's sub dir
Fitzgerald's add- 1000
B Arnott to A T Carpenter lot 1 Law
rence ave Blummer'e add 1300
K A Sankey to C Crosson lots 31, 33,
Washington ave Sankey & McCalls
N A English to FA North lots 122,
134, 126, 128, 180, 182, 134, 136, 138,
140. 142. 144. Wichita st Enclish'i
E Bliss to steamer, lot id, uaic si
Jones' add. 400
C L Forester to G W Forester, lot 14,
Main tt 50
J W Massey to J Williams, e of nw
landnwiofnw and lots 1,21,
25 w... 2,500
A A Hyde to A G Burr, undiv in
terest in odd lots from 169 to 175
and lots 185, 187, 223, 225, 227, 229,
231, 233, 635, 237, 239, 241, 243,
Ilydrauhc ave, Burr's add 1,200
L Steinbuchel to G W Haines, lot 29,
Eagle st, Jones' add 500
II Schweiter to G W Haines, lot 2, 4,
C; 8, Ida ave, Lincoln it add 550
O O Brown to J Exton lots 15, 17,
Douglas ave, Walker's sub-div, lots
3,47blk2, Kichland add 00
M Hester to E D Elliott nw fractional
qr 30-29-3e, also ne qr 36-29-2e 6000
Union City Town Co to G W Beers
lot 9, blk 9. Colwich 1
B Kelsch to U F Blackburn commenc
ing at ne cor blk 9,Uodson & Stan
cer's add, thence s 60 ft, w 140 ft. n
60 ft, o 140 ft 600
W T Throlkeld to T J Holmes lots 30,
32, 34, s Main st, Fitzgerald's add.. 750
E II Loutrel to C.F Hclberg eo qr lot
7. blk 9, Perry's add 300
U It Butler to S Baldwin lot 19, Firet
tt, Butler & Fisher's 2nd add 85
11 U Uareha to li Hoffcld, even lota
lots 74 to 82, Douglas ave, Park
placo add 2500
M M Summers to C Summers, lota 64
C6, Byers ave, Tracy & liters add 100
' E Varner to X Zimmorly, lots 31,
33, 33, Chicago ave 3000
J unction town co to W and C It KCo
lots 22. 23, blk 2, also all lots from
1 to 31, bid 7, all lots Irom 2 to 42
blk 8 2750
W U Yazel to C C Chivington, lot 31
Orchard st, Kaiser add. 600
A Farmer to O C Kenyon, lots 11, 13,
Oak ft Tayier & Slovens add 650
II Schweiter to PGIunt, lots 38, 40,
4.', 41, 46, 4S, Ida ave, Lincoln st
P Clunt to S lteiman. lots 39. 40. 42.
44. 46. 48. Ida ave. Lincoln Et add... 885
U Wolhnan to T Fabey, lot 85, 87,
89, 91', Washington ave, and 86, 88,
90, 01, Ida ae, Wollman's add 1850
i: W Eldridge to J S Maorc, begin-
ninc 45 ft w of ne cor 6-28-le,
thtneo sw 742 ft, sw 479 ft,to a stake
on river, nw with river to northern
boundery of lot 1, 5-28-le; thence
no 1CC0 ft to place of beginning 2400
II E Corn to S DuBois, undivided hf
interest lots 1012, 1014, 1016, Waco
it, Greiffenstine's 8th add 600
WS Corbet to J MoorcJots 40, 42,
Market st 7000
Clearwater Town Co to T M Cortes,
lots 68, 70, 72, 74, 76, Byers ave,
Tracy & Byers' add - 126
T A Bayley to W A Lambert, lying
at co cor lot 85 Main st, Fitzgerald
add, thence s 23 ft, w 140 ft, n 23 ft,
e 180 ft 150
C W Simmons to W L Cusick, com
mencing 24 rds s from nw cor of iw
of no J 16-27-1 e; thencos 132 ft,
o 165 ft. n 32 ft, o 165 ft, n 100 ft, w
330 ft 2,003
J E Watt to A Cook, beginning 20
rds o of nw cor of nw J of no J 16-27-1
e; thence w 20 rdi,i8rd, w
20 rde, n 8 rds 1,100
J Catherwood to T L Myers, lot 130
Main st 10,000
S W Cobb to H Schweiter, lots 97, 99
Douplas ave, English's 2d add 15,000
O D Draper to U Schweiter, undiv
interest lo45 Douglas ave, English's
Mr. W. A. Morris passed throuch Wash
ington last Monday enroule from Wichita,
Kansas, to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, waither
be went to claim nis bride, Jliii Uora .Mil
ler, of that city. It is understood that Mr.
Morris and his bride will arrive in this city
today, and spend their honeymoon with rel
atives and friends in this county. The
happy couple were schoolmates at Adrian,
(Michigan), Collego, several yetra ago.
Will and his bride will be warmly welcomed
by tho former's many iriends cere. Wo
wish them much happiness. They will
niftko their future homo in Wichita. A re
ception will be given at the residence of Mr.
L. Morris, at Pleasant Valley, tonight
Fayette, (Ohio), Republican.
A younj; lad yesterday while trying to
get on the eood side of an ico cream freezer
at the Gore ico cream parlor on north
Main stroet, had tho misfortune of getting
his fingers caught in such & manner as to
have two of them cut off unceremoniously.
Ho closed out tha business temporarily.
HYDE & HUMBLE
The only complete stock west of
Aid EverytMaf Dm far tb
AT LAST !
Has Arrived at the -
Fancy Goods Store.
And now I am ready to (five my
Which I will offer at prices lower than they can be imported in
In the most Beautiful and Latest Patterns.
Hon laces, Russian Laces, Spanish Laces, Etc.
-D-O-N-'-T- -M-I-S-S- -I-T!-Enterprise
109 DOUGLAS AVENUL
WHOLESALE CI GARS
125 West Douglas Avenue
Closi ng Sale.
In order to retire from business I offer my Large Stock ol
E'W . D'R'Y . BOOK
Notions, Etc, Wholesale,
lO TO 30 PER CENT.
Less than Regular Prices.
MERCHANTS, AND RETAIL PURCHASERS GENERALLY,
will find it to their interest to examine my stock;
will trade goods for City Property, or good
farming lands. Also offer for rent
One of the Best Stores in Wichita,
139 MAIN STREET.
JNO. Gk ALLEN.
Money to Loan
City Property, Chattel Mortgages,
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST RATES. 25TO 3DETiA."Z"S.
L B. BUNNELL & CO.
Now is the time to buy Lots in this Addition,
While they are Cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick school house
in connection. For farther information call
at 611 South Market Street.
B. D. ALLEN .
ALLEN, GRAHAM & CO.,
Soct. oT.to Wlehlu Lu4 aad Lea Co.
Sells bnd Places Insurant Make Collections. Taxes Paid for Non
Residents. Correspondence Solicited.
Room 1 Over Israel's Dray Store.
DOUGLAS AVJSNUB, WICHITA, KAS.
S. D. PALLETT,
N0RTHEKN AND S0UTBEBK PKE LUMBET
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors & Blinds.
f Vf Oftee end WniU rime Ymri
patrons tha benefit of my late
O. W. GRAHAM.
m(uf iff uwfim eowt. Jet
Button .: Boots,
In Opera and Common-Sense Heels and
Toes, made especially to order, have just
been received at
C. E. LEWIS & CO.,
110 N. MAIN STREET.
Call and see them for they are heauties.
Now is your time
EVERY LOT WILL HAVE A
PEIOES -:- AliE -:- LOW,
Buy before tliejr
Is the Finest Location,
and has the Best
Don't Forgel; we build you
'From Every Lot.
BROWN & COLE, 327 Douglas Ave.
"WOODCOCK DORSEY & CO,
k! Estate, AbstraiMoaiis
Office, Dorsey Biilding, opposite Court House,
SZCsnT-A. "FOE BAKERY.
If tha piece to get everything kopt in a First-Clans Bakery.
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Prop's. 144 Main Street
JTf . 5 ft.
Ifavr two finr !li&7fi. A TirlTat tIfuhon
ft) Oocxl&e ATrane. Wichita Utasai EJ- ;"
The Oldest and Largest House in the City
Aidrich & Brown,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Surgical Instruments. Druggists' Sundries, Fancy Goods, Etc.
In our Prescription Department Nono but the Purest
Druga, Finest Chemicals and Moet Experi
enced Clerks are Employed.
Orders by Mail Solicited.
Nos. 138 and 140 Main Street - Wichita Kansa:
--F. W. SWAB!
fSUCCiioOU TO F. STA.K4!AN.
Keep on band 2:io j;ooI j of the latest ulylca. The largest slock In the
riry. Satisfaction pnarsnt'txJ. ?o trouble to ifcow joodg. Call nd see ni
:F W. S-WA23.
I u ririt Iucr Kcrtii of Cocjstr Kolidltf
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fwmim f f ft
MJaWBaaHaBaPtaaaaaKrrT" jl? -
Guthrie's New Addition
. To the City of Wichita,
Thirty (30) Acres Flatted into One Aero Lota; Jtwt pled on the,
market; 1-4 ml Jansrth of Carer's Park. Foraaleby j
J. E HUMPHREY & SON,
Eagle Block. Wichita, Kansas.
to hay Lots in
SIDE WALK TO STREET CARS.
the Highest Elevation
Water in all Wichita.
AT YOUR DOOR
a Side-walk to the Street Cars
K. A. DOKSEV.
H. W. KENDLE,
-ru ?PAL DIEBCTOK
wftiui riftTH ivn smnifl mtriii. wm
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KOJB3SS. OLOVE9. CEAPE, ETC.
rretLa Wlrnttk Cmtrr. Offiea ilvtr. onn
tHcitin fo Oritrt by TittfrcfX.
FoBntfcra aid MacklaltU
Steam Fneines and Boilers
Iros aadllrutCuUsf nl Iall.j e4bn
1&2 Hoc culler la hoy 4Jrs Xo orW.
Ar.ot forth :lelUJk Ixa ivin txat.
All kind of rrptrlcr dtrtj.cn bort Um mu
J jr'X.-A.aO. l-BOr'B.
k Finest Rrstaurant in Kansas.
W cuke & SpdIVrr 7replel Trullm
Car. ! aatf First tta.
GANDOLFO & ROSSI. Praae.
tmtvr. itsX'X ia UesMttr Ml. pnmil
few: m iBtBiiBiiBffpfflmilttfew
yMn .t - . ib ir t.h-siliHvaiiiiiB
am offering some spe
Property, Residence Prop
Vacant Lots inside, Vacant
Lots outside, Acres for Sub
dividing, Acres for Garden
Small Farms near the O ity
large tracts in the
Merchandise and Chattels.
Livery Stock in Cleve
Abstracts furnshed free of Charge.
Loans and Insurance Current Rates
N, F, NIEDERLANDER,
4S and TOPEKA
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