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31. 31. MUUWOCK, Editor.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 28, 1SSG.
For Associate Justice
JOHN A. 5IARTEC.
For Lieutenant G
For Secretary of State
E. B. ALLEK,
JAMES W. HAMILTON.
For Auditor of State
For Attorney General
S. 15. BRADFORD.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction
J. II. LAWHEAD.
First Dkti let
HOX. I!. X. MORRILL.
JXOX. E. II. FUXSTOX.
HON. B. W.
HOX. TnOMAS RYAX,
HOX. A. S.
HOX. E. J. TURNER.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
Ths Republican County Convention lor the
purpose of nominating candidates for the
following oflicers, Probate .Judge. County
Attorney, District Clerk, Superintendent of
Public Instruction and Coroner, will be held
iuthacitj of Wichita on tlio 4th day of Sep
tember, 1SW5, at 11 o'clock a. m. at the opera
There will alo bo held at the Kur.e time
nnil nlaci. xndaftcr tho adjournment of said
county convention, a convention to nominate
a candidate for representative lor the
Eighty-second Representative district.
There will also be held on the same day and
after the adjournment of said county conven
tion, a convention in the First ward of the
city of Wichita, for the purpose of nominat
ing a candidate for representative for the
Eighty-fourth Representative district.
On Fridav, the third day of September,
l&bfi, at 12 o'clock- m. of said day, at the city
of Goddard, there will bo held a convention
tor the purpose of nominating a candidate
for Representative for the Eighty-third Rep
resentative distret and for the purpose of
nominating a candidate for the-office of coun
ty commissioner for the Third Commissioner
Said conventions arc called by order of the
Republican Central Committee; and the
townships and wards will be entitled to the
following number of delegates:
First ward 5
Second "Ward 10
Fourth Ward JJ
Kechl t wimhlp
Kockford towaohlK ( upper precinct)
fHockftiril lownshi (lower i)rcinct)
Park tWBnhip (w-stof Uitf iiv.i)
Park township (I'astof Hi river)
Greeley t wnhm ,.
Union township r
Delano township '
Gariiun Plia towuehip (upper preruict) '-'
Garden Plni tovrattilp (lower precinct) X
Graii'l Mr r township -
Iilinoltf township -
!in towmhip '
Morton towmhlp '
bnl.m township ;
flilo township ;
Violu township '-
Krio township 7
Vall"v Centertownehip (eiatol river) 4
Valley tr lownsklp (wnjtof liver; 'J
E-iKlo towhhip .-- , - A .,
The primaries to elect said delegates auI
ba held on Thursday, September :2nd, ISSCi, at
tlio usual voting place.. In the country the
polls will be opened from '2 o'clock to 1 o clock
p. m.,aud in the city from 2 o'clock until
ti:"0 p. 111. E. 1J. Jewi:tt, Chairman.
M. S. Rocur.Li.u Seciotarv
CONGRESSIONAL CENTRAL COMMIT
A meeting of the members of the Sev
enth congressional Republican committee
is hereby called to meet at Hutchinson, on
Monday, September G. 1SS. at 10 a. 111. It
is hoped thai all members of the committee
may be present, as business of gieat impor
tance will be called up for action.
31 L. Chapman, Chairnun.
1). 31 Fuost, Secretary.
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M-lirt iiA4i.tiiiti rl V I.1M, irlll l.llmr Will Of.
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the central idea of the Republican platfonn
The government's new" stamp for oleo
margarine is the picture of a bull with his
foot on a serpent. We suggest a goat in
place of a serpent bull butler.
Acting Secretary Fairchild says that the
calling in of government bonds does not, as
m-mv people suppose, put a large amount
of money in circulation. Only 10 per cent
of the amount called is paid out
Prince Alexander, who was kicked oil
the throne by the czar, is that dignitary's
own cousin, lie is also a near relation of
the reigning families of both Germany and
England, who refu-e to help him.
If our Democratic friends in state and
congressional cuuventions would quarrel
less over the spoils and give more attention
to the demands of labor, that pany would
possibly be in better shape for the contest
That highly odoriferous rooster Cutting,
whom the Democratic administration was
trying to get up a war over, has a wife and
children living in Kansas City whom he
deserted four years ago. Mr. Bayard is
respectfully advi-ed to look nearer his home
for a cause for war, to the outrages com
mitted again-t our poor fishermen of Xew
England. But the Democratic party never
had much use for Xew England.
The Knights of Labor have got into
trouble with the Phillip Best Brewing
comnanv. a companv which puts out five
hundrod thousand barrels of beer annually. I
The E.uim: suggests that the K. of L. go'
on with the boycott again-t beer. Make it
a national cause and against all beer drink
ing. If they will do this a large per cent,
of its membership in great cities i ill be
come capitalists in short order and the Re
publican party will gain hundreds of
thousands of solid, sober men with their
In the lively war now croinsr on between
Springfield and Wichita the former seems
to be getting the best of it. Wichita un
dertook to force a fight with Kansas Gity,
but as we can not waste time squabbling
with every pretentious little town, we
turned the job over to Springfield. The
campaign is a clever one, and Murdockville
appears to have its hands full. Kansas
No doubt the war does strike the average
Missouri town as a lively one but it has
failed to create even an incidental ripple in
this city. TheTinies.however.is mistaken in
itsbcligerancy conclusions. Theresas never
bsen any disposition upon the p.irt of this
christian and highly cultured community
to force a fight with anybody much less
with Kansas City whose inhabitants are be
ing hurried at the rate of from fifty to sixty
per da', and where, the bottom having
fallen out of its outside additions, the lots
are being utilized for new grave yards.
There was a time, probably, when the
lustiness of that western metropolis invited
a bout with the booming metropolis of the
new west, but the late unfortunate death
rate of that place as reported by its presi
dent of the board of health, to say nothing
of the astonishing collapse of real estate
values, and our spirit of rivalry has given
away to one of pity and Wichita feels now
like extending a hand of sympathy and aid,
in this the hour of Kansas City's afiiiction.
A NEW PAPER.
A. cliarter was granted to the Wichita
Cathlie Publishing company. The pur
poses for which the corporation was form
ed are to publish and conduct a daily and
weekly, or a daily or weekly paper to be
known as the Nation, and to do a general
printing and publishing business. The
directors for the lir-t year are W. II. G rat
tan, .U. J. Casev, August Wagner, 31 J.
I leal v, T. II. Lvnch, John Kennedy, and
Jacob Eckeit, all of Wichita. The amount
of capital stock is $2.1,000. Capital.
This enterprise has been in contempla
tion some moths. It will be remembered
tint the Catholic church a few months
since established a See at Wichita, u hich
will concentrate here very important educa
tional, charitable and other interests. The
new paper will not only more futly prove a
representative of these interests, but will
devote its columns largely to setting forth
the advantages of this city and valley. Sir.
W. II. Gratton, who was for a long time
on the E vglk, will be its editor-in-chief,
we suppose, and lie will make a live and
Within a few weeks the whole state of
Kansas will be surprised by a railway an
nouncement of which no one, or at icast
very few. outside of present railway man
agements even dream, and the St. Louis,
Kansas City and Colorado will figure in
that announcement. Wichita Eagle.
If you wish to know all about this "un
der the cover movement and will come
over we will tell you. We have known all
about it for two weeks. El Dorado Repub
lican. We know that it is two of the greatest
hunk lines in America, and that they mean
from ocean to ocean across Kansas. We
further know the names of the corpora
lions. Do you know more?
Col. Long, vice president and general
manager of the Kansas, Cororado & Testis
railroad, was interviewed last week by a
deputation of citizens of Cottonwood Falls,
chosen for the purpose. Here is what t'noy
report, as we find it in the Leader:
Mr. LongsMd that the K., C. & T. rail
road was not backed by any railroad now
operating railroads from the east or north to
the Missouri river, that the directors and
stockholders arc till wealthy men. connect
ed with the Pennsylvania Central, that
$29,000,000 was .subscribed, which, with
the aid they could get along
the proposed line was sufficient to build
the road; that they proposed to build and
have in operation from Kansas City to
Wichita, a standard guage road, within fif
teen months; that they would begin work
at once at both ends of the route; that
their line vould divide at Florence, or
some point ease of that place, and one
branch run to San Antonio, Texas, via
Wichita, and the other to Colorado; that
he would isit Cottonwood Fall-., Saturday,
August 21. and if the situation was as
represented he would build the road
- ia this point for $4,000 per mile, in coun
ty bond, to run :)() years at (! per cent., the
bonds not to be delivered uutil the road was
built; that right of way h:is already been
secured throne. h Kansas Citv, and bond-
voted from that point to Burlingame; that
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tlmt yichita n:ui already voted aid to them
THETJ. S. DISTRICT COURT
Tho K. C. Times to bo Gratified With a
Hanging on Kansas Soil.
From the Capital.
J. 0. Wilson is now busy getting up
subpoenas for witnesses at the approaching
term of the United States District court
which convenes in Wichita a week from
Monday. There will be between 200 and
in cverai of whioh ulc
;00 w itne-sses. lliere will be live or mx
evidence is reasonably certain to convict.
One of the cases is that against a colored
United State- soldier who Is charged with
haing raped and afterward killed, a
young Kiowa woman, the daughter
bf the chief of the tribe. Th murder
occurred near Fort Sill on June 10. and the
evidence against the negro is said to be
very damaging. If he is convicted he avjII
of course have to be hung on Kansas soil,
a thing which ha- never " yet happened in
the state. Since the establishment of the
United States district court at Wichita, the
juri-diction which formerly lay in the court
at Fort Smith, Arkansas, is now at Wich
ita, and in the future all hangings for that
district will occur at Wichita.
Colonel W. C. Jones, the worthy United
States marshal, will probably have a chance
to adjust the noo-e over the head of some
From tho KIowa Herald.
The St. Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita
railroad will be running through trains via
Anthony to Xew Kiowa in a very short
time. To know what this road will do for
Kiowa, we have but to speak of what it
litis done for the town of Anthony. Before
the building of the road to that point An-
thonv. save her business as the countv seat
of Harper county, was one of the most
With the assistance of the above named
road, it has sprung into a city of life and
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business: a city whose population has
greatly increased and whose public and !
private buildius- are equal to those of anvl
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CUV 1U tiie SOUinwest.
Starting out from Ft. Scott, on
line of the state, the road parses almost due
west to Wichita. The old towns of Tola,
Yates Center, Eureka, and El Dorado, that
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were asleep, awaneneu at u:e sunetc oi mep"""1- -- " v . , .
iron liorse, and with energy borne of new township and Hazleton will be a station
hopes and prospects, they have each grown
to be prosperous centers of the country sur
rounding them. Along the line sprung up
innumerable hamlets where before no vil
lage had ever stood. Wichita counts the
beginning of her prosperity from the dav
the St. Louis, Ft. Scott &' Wichita R. iC
reached its limits and opened to her rapid
and cheap transportation to tne east.
From Wichita the road turned to the
southwest, and done for the country along
its line what it had for the country east of
Wichita. The road can be compared to a
necklace, strung with pearls and rubies and
set with jewels and diamonds. It can be
compared to a river of water making green
the fields and bright the foliage that line
its banks. We will gladly hail the day
when Kiowa will be the terminus of the
Sunflower road and enjoy its blessings and
WICHITA'S NEW OUTLET.
To the Editor of the Kaxle.
Uazkltox. Kan.. Aug. 2.1. Your cor
respondent is happy to be able to inform
the readers of the Eagle that the united
efforts of the railroad committees of Ilazel
ton and of Xew Kiowa to secure the exten
sion of the St. L. Ft. S. & W. R. R. from
its present western terminus Anthony via
Ilazeltou to Xew Kiowa at an early day,
have been so far crowned with success, and
the probabilities now are that the above
named road will be completed and in full
operation to the southern border of our
state near the infant city of Xew Kiowa be
fore the close of the present year.
Hazel ton and Xew Kiowa, as well as
their immediate surroundings, are happy
oyer the outcome of the fierce struggle be
tween tiie named aspiring towns which
threatened for a time to frustrate all the
plans and bright hopes of this section, and
as soon us a friendly understanding was ar
rived at between the contending towns all
parties interested put the shoulder to the
wheel, and with a will lifted the cart out of
the mire in which it threatened to sink into
oblivion. At the very last moment another
unlooked for obstacle arose. As soon as it
became apparent that Ilazeltou held the
balance of power, as it w:is, and wtis fully
able to compel Xew Kiowa to consent to its
just demand, i. e., that the proposed line
should be so changed to take Ilazeltou in,
some parties in Medicine Lodge conceived
the idea that all they had to do to cheat
Xew Kiowa out of the reward of its earnest
and hard labor, was to step in .and pat
Ilazeltou on the shoulder. As it was al
most beyond a doubt that if the road would
o.vi'r be built Ilazeltou would be the first
town in Barber county it would come to,
those parties proposed to the Ilazeltou
committeemen to drop Xew Kiowa entirely
and give their power and influence to Medi
cine Lodge, in the interest -of which they
would pledge themselves to secure sufficient
aid to induce the managers of the road to
build their lino from Anthony direct to
llazelton, and then, leaving Xew Kiowa
entirely out, go on to Medicine Lodge. To
make the scheme more plausible it was sug
gested that in the near future another road
would undoubtedly be built from Ilazelton
due west, striking the territory far enough
west from Xew Kiowa to cut the latter
town completely off. Although a scheme
of this kind was well calculated to be very
tempting to Ilazeltou the gentlemen in
charge of Hazel ton's interest did not for a
moment entertain the perfideous proposi
tion, and told those who advanced the same
in plain English to mind their own business
and not to meddle with that of other towns
in Barber county, who, although only a
few years old and yet in their infancy, had
already done more for Barber count' in
particular and southwestern Kansas in gen
eral than Medicine Lodge has done in all
the man' years since it claims to be more
than a camping ground of the uncivilized
noble red man and the trapper of bygone
days. Ilazelton and Xew Kiowa are not
married nor do they contemplate to have
the hymeneal knot tied at present, but thcy
have promised each other to unite their ef
forts to promote their mutual interest in
regard to the Sunflower road, and for their
part they would act like men and stand by
Xew Kiowa as long as the latter would
stand to its part of the program.
It was a small and mean attempt to part
friends for selfish ends, and Medicine
Lodge deserves to be rebuked for it. Xew
Kiowa shall not forget her true friends,and
in times to come give due credit to those
who deserve it.
On last Friday the committees from
Ilazelton and Xew Kiowa succeeded in
getting an election called in this, Kiowa
town-hip, for the purpo-e of voting bonds
to aid in the construction of the St. L., Ft.
S. fc W. railroad from Anthony direct to
Ilazelton, and thence to a point near the
Indian Tcrritorv line south of Xew Kiowa.
The sheriff's proclamation for a special
election in Kiowa township appears in last
week's Ilazelton Express, and in the Kiowa
Herald, said special election to be held on
Tuesday, September 21st, for the purpose
to determine whether Kiowa township
shall subscribe twenty five thousand dol
lars to the capital stock of the St. L., Ft.
S. tv; W. railroatl company on the follow
ing conditions, to-wit: That said compa
nv shall construct the line of its railroad
from Anthony to Xew Kiowa. Kansas, by
way of the city of Hazleton, Kansas, and
said company shall build and maintain a
depot on 'said line within three-fourths of a
mile of the intersection of Main and Church
streets of said city of Hazleton, all to be
done on ct before January 1st, 1SS9.
In addition to the above the city of Haz
leton will vote and issue fifteen thousand
dollars bonds for the same purpose, and
the city of Xew Kiowa has already voted
a like amount and also for the same pur
company has asked for aud
granted by Judge C. W.
three commissioners Col.
Lovejoy. George C. Smith and
Jack Sparks, to lay off route, right of wav,
depot" grounds, etc., through Barber
countv, as per location bv the company,
J from the hnc H"s county through
fllazleton aud Kiowa townships to a point
ai QT ncar jue s;ate lice south of Xew
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and market centrally located for our neigh
bors in the in the broad aud fertile Sand
There can be but little doubt that the
proposition will carry with a large majority
in our own township. Our farmer popu
lation consists chiefly of wide-awake, en
ergetic people, who are fully competent to
see their advantage, and who are shrewd
enough to invest a dollar when an oppor
tunity offers to make two in the operation.
But a few years have elapsed since our
broad valleys and slopes have been a
waste, only inhabited by uncounted herds
of -emi-wild horses and cattle, who roamed
summer and winter at will and fattened on
the nutritious buffalo grass of the bound
less prairies aud the succulent tall grasses
along the clear streams, together with a few
lonely herdsmen who watched the herds
increase and nurture from under the lofty
cottonwoods 011 the bunks of the meand
rous Medicine river, or from a distant hil
lock, while dreaming, probably, of the
lovely Indian maiden who w:is here in by
gone years, plucking wild flowers while she
watched the agile young warriors of her
tribe on swift ponies, and with eagle feath
ers dangling amid their llowing, raven
black hair, cha-e the shaggy buffalo until
with arrow-pierced heart he fell,
mingling his last bellow with the triumph
ant shouts of his relentless pursuers, who
have since in their turn also left their for
mer happy hunting grounds never to re
turn; or, as their e'es wandered away to
yonder distance where the blue ether kissed
the green glace earth, and wondering how
far away they were from the old home
away back yonder where in bygone days
their mother sang a lullaby: where the old
log school house stood in which the master
tried to pummel wisdom into them with a
slender hazel rod, and around which the
boys played "big injun:" where on a star
light night under the blossoming apple
trees they first kissed the blushing blue or
browneyed damsel whose tender form has
ever since and now is ou the lonesome, far
stretched plain an ever present lovely
They are all gone Indians, buffaloes,
and lonesome cowboy never to return.
Fine horses and cattle now graze and thrive
where but a few years ago their semi-civilized
predecessors roamed at will, and
careful stockmen and industrious fanners
have taken the place of the former nomadic
herdsmen. Almost every quarter section
of laud is now the home of a happy family,
fenced and to a great extent under culti
vation. In ever- direction you see good
farm houses, barns, etc., surrounded by
beautiful groves and orchards; with just
pride we point to our numerous fine school
houses and churches; our soil cannot be ex-
celled for producth-i
eness and zocl work -
though this season has
ing qualities, and alihou
to a certain extent been au oil year in Fan-
sos we v.ill harvest already this year
ijy far more than will ba required for home
Both Ilazelton and Iscw Kiowa are well
j located, thriving towns, and afford conven
ient markets: all we lack to prosper and
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' happy communities in the country is better
j B m
railroad iacilitses, and these we must ana
will have in the near future.
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U,r n.nlp have bud in the cast fewvears
jour people to. enatt in uic past tew years
THE LATEST IS
CAPITAL -:- HILL -:- ADDITION,
Situated tetween Second street and Central avenue. There are only
eight lots, containing about two and a half acres each. This tract
is as fine as any on the Tnn just east of the city. For prices and
terms call at my office.
Vacant ILots in every part of the city, and don't forget we can
give you some fine bargains.
BUSINESS -:- PROPERTY.
We have three lots on "Water street.
"We have twenty-five lots on Main street.
We have several on Market street.
We have twelve lots on Laurence avenue.
We have six lots on Topeka, avenue.
We have six lots on Emporia avenue and several on Fourth ave
nue. These are all close to Douglas avenue, and if you want a bar
gain in Business Lots do not fail to see me and get prices.
We have twelve lots on Douglas avenue.
RESIDENCE -:- PROPERTY.
In endless profusion in every part of the city.
ACRE PKOPERTY: We have a number of fine pieces of land in
tracts of from five to forty acres. We have several of these tracts
at such prices that a fine profit could be realized at once.
FARMS AND STOCK RANCHES
Of every descriptionrall over Kansas. Ranches of from one thous
and to three thousand acres fine land, and farms at from $10 per
acre up. Come and see me and be convinced.
STRANGERS .'. ALWAYS .'. WELCOME.
Correspondence promptly attended to. Money invested for
non-residents when desired. Please remember that I have no other
business but Real Estate. If you want Real Estate come and see
me or write.
in introducing and rearing tine horses, cat
tle, hogs, etc., and in raising good crops of
excellent wheat and enormous crops of
corn, sugar cane, millet, etc., has demon
strated beyond doubt that Una is one of the
best stock and agricultural sections known,
and we fed perfectly safe to prognosticate
a very bright future for this locality. The
Kansas Southern railway is a great thing to
have, but we must have another more im
portant rosd in the near future, to enable
us to better dispose of our surplus horses, '
cattle, hogs, nnd gram aud other produce
of every description, and to receive our
wants from manufacturing aud trade
centers, without pa ing double their value
for exorbitant freights alone. The Sun
flower road is the road that we are most
in need of, and as au opportunity is nov,
offered to have that road build to our very
door in but a few mouths, no sensible man
will hesitate a moment when culled upon
to vote the required aid.
I tail roads do not grow; they have to be
built. The communities that help to build
railroads in turn are buHdcd up by them.
Assi-tar.ce wi-ely rendered in seeming rail
road facilities is a perpetual compound
bond from which the community can daily
clip a revenue. Every vote counts, and no
nun along the projected line of the St.
Louis, Ft. Scott and Wjrhita railroad can
afford to cast a negative vote, and to let the
golden Opportunity slip to better his co'ndi-
I tion aud to secure a greater share of the
world's goods for himself and his family in
On general principles your correspondent
is oppo-ed to subsidies, but in this ca-e he
is willing to boulder his just share of the
burden, "and his hailot will read: "For the
bond-." OsCAK I1.U5EKI.EIS.
The "Wichita Eagle is a live, wideawake
paper; but it i the monumental liar of
America N. Y. Picayune.
The Picayune is a good one. is a shrewd
discerner at short range; but as to the latter
allegation above quoted it is off, slightly
off. Thanks, Picy. for your compliment.
MilS. GROVER CLEVELAND ON TEM
PERANCE. V,HEKUc;.. V. Va., An?. 19. Tho
following letter has leen received by Mr.
Crow, of Litilelion, Wetzel county, wife of
a prominent merchant, who atked of 3In.
Cleveland her idea a? to the propriety of a
woman sisrning the pledge.
Jlre. A. JL Crow
ExEcrnvE JIaxsiox, Washigtos,
Aug. 12. The subject to which you refer
and ask mv advice is one in which yor
own conscience mui dictate the wiest
course for your-eif to pursue. Yni have
better opportunities for knowing how you
can do the mo; good, find seem to me
that should be Hi standard by which we
i women houki settle al! our great qutikms
hit. It rarvlv occurs ttisi a womsa
neecb for herlf ths restraining fci3ufae
1 - . s. emPf
j 0r mct a organ
temperance pledge, twt ji
Ires tracer the ooHeatJoa
organization wt can better heh
jour fathers, brothers, lovers and fneai., I
think then should be no hesstatson in the
matter. I know K3iethi: of Ui Good
Tempter, and that thfy do much cor!
work. I: i oaiic certain voa can do ao
harm by casting yonr lot on the !-ki of j
tcmperaace.and voii may do much coed. I j
do aot consider ft a small mauer bv sav
mesas, and I sin glad yon asked m the j
! otusi Km. 1 1 15 enoouraumsr to Know oi
everv sister wno wants to anu ncr strengin
to the can? 'thsch lapp:ly some kr will
rid our land of ruined rnt-n and broken
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f ItV.M.t5 VUltOAU.
Keeps on hand Fne Goods of the latest styles. The larpcst stock in the
city. Satisfaction guaranteed. No trouble to show goods. Call and see me
F. W. SWAB, 1st door N of County Building.
X. I. MrDFm.AM)FU, President.
A. v.". OLIVEK, Vke-lTfsMent.
Kansas loan and Investment k
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Farm and City Property
Office in Wichita National Bank Building, Wichita, Kan.
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THE ARCHER ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO.
Incandescent Electric Lights. Electric Eells ana Annunciators.
.Nickel ana Silver Plating,
Rates and Ready
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Holstein-Friesian Bulls for Sale.
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Carey Park Land Company,
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Everything Kept in a First-Class
Gynaecologist and Obstetrician.
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