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PERSONAL ANI) LOCAL ITEMS OK NEWS.
WICHITA, KAXS AS, MAY 24, 1883,
B. K. Brown hat a fine boy at bit house.
Iter. Pries preached at the M. E. Church
morning and evening list Sabbath.
Levy McLaughlin called with a viilting
brother from Clinton county, Iowa.
Iter. B. Keller went down to Wellington
on Saturday, preaching twice in that city
Deputy Sheriff AV'cbiter conveyed George
Baker to the Oiawatomlc Imane Asylum
C. M. Kellar, who haa been down In Tex
a fcr several wcekt looking after cattle,
returned home last week.
Why don't Mr. S. L.Daridson cut out
those old (craggy peach treei which ao mar
the Iront yard and lawn of birtlne home
The county commissioners, on Tuesday
afternoon, had under consideration the re
placing of the bridge over CbUholm prob
ably an iron one.
Hey. A. O. Brlclinan In awakening a live
ly Interest In New Church doctrinei at To
peka, the dailies speaking of liia efforts in
the higliekt term.
A subscriber requests us to announce
that "J. T. N. has departed from the Brit
ish Possessions," if anybody knows what
that means. Wc don't.
The superintendent of ltivcrslde Park
has bad printed annual family tickets of ad
mission. The park has been enclosed and
Improvement are being made.
Mrs. II. J. Harding, accompanied by her
child, was off Monday for Massachusetts
her native State, where she will spend the
summer months viilting relation and
Mr. II. K. Sohell, of Sommerset, Penn
sylvania, a l.rotlur-Iu-liw ol Col. Milton
Stewart, spent two or three daj s In our
city lust week, lie went from here to Ne
braska. The new home of C. A. VauXes looms
up in rather grand proportions on upper
Lawrence ateiitie. He will have a delight
fill home, substantially built and tasty slir
roundinga. The Kansas State Bank building baa had
the finishing touches added In the way or a
very attractive Iron cornice and central ter
minal bearing the wordx and figures "ISSO,
Kansas State Bunk."
(icu. Kggleston has aMcConnlck reaper
with self-bliiding attachment, in No. 1 re
pair, just as good as new that he will sell
cheap or trade for llc stock. Call on blm
at his home In this city.
The bar docket for the next term or
court, coming .lime Mh Is in press. It Is
simply Immense, there bclug twn hundred
and eighty cases docketed. A tlirccmonlbs'
term would be too short iu which to clear
such a docket.
Mr. Henry itollln and wife, from I'olo,
Illinois, uncle and aunt toMrs.Col.SteWart
and Mrs. McMillcn, are paying the families
of the latter a tslt. Mr. It. and wile had
attended the Annual Conference ol Dunk
arda at Lawicncc.
Cartield Post will be under obligations to
any Irdy In the country or city who will
donate llowers, made Into small buiquets,
for use on Decoration Day. They should
be lea at Eagle Hall by 1 o'clock p. m. of
Wednesday, May 30th.
A select piscatory party made up ol la
dles and gentlemen, of this city, go down
to Arkansas City by this morning's train
to asecrtalu if the liuny tribe is more plen
tiful below than above dams, and to Inci
dentally picnic and have a frolic.
All members of the (irand Army of the
Bepubllc are requested to meet In frout of
the Post room, on Sunday morning, In full
uniform, for the purpose of attending dl
vlue service, In obedience to general onler
No. 10 from national head-quarters.
Mr. James ltansom, a jolly-faced old gen
tleman, from Jacksonville, Illinois, father
of W. II. ltansom, Is spending a few days
In the valley. Mr. It. is quite aged, but
very full of Ufa and observant. He says
this Is the making of a grand, rich country.
At the annual election of officers of the
Knights Templar, on Friday night, Sir C.
E. Martin was elected E. C; Sir J. A.Hol
llngcr, a. ; Sir W. S. Cornell, C. O.; Sir J.
P. Allen, P ; Sir C. A. Walker, Treasurer;
Sir V. W. Tood, It. ; Sir Jt II. Aley, S. W.;
Sir F. Boss, G. W.
Mrs. Funk, sister of Mr. Martin llcllar,
is visiting friends in and adjacent to this
city. Mrs. FN home Is In Mt. Morris, Illi
nois, from which point seventy people came
to Bismarck Grovo to attend the annual
conference of Dunkards, with which party
she came to Kansas.
If Judge John Martin, of Topeka, Is cor
rect, city authorities have no legal right to
kill dogs. They may impose a tax on dogs,
and impound them if not pal J, and prevent
dogs from running at large, but they can
not kill them. Hence if a police officer
shoots a dog, he may get Into trouble.
M. W. Levy was at the union depot in
Kausas City, when the late tornado swept
through the city proper, and he gives a
-graphic description of the appearance ol
the monster black baloon ol cloud, vapor
and Ore, which bounded and rebounded in
its onward course ot destruction anil death.
John Hufbauer, an old resident of this
county, sends us a copy of Tht Tropical
Paradiir, published in Florida. John Is
living iu a new town called Kisslnitnee City
on Lake Tohopekallga, In Okeechobee
county, and is no doubt sweltering happy
among alligators, orange groves, swamps,
ague and bull frogs.
The Kansas Kuights of Pjthlas have se
lected Wichita for the next annual con
clave. But few State gatherings or associ
ations ever fix Wichita as a place of meet
ing simply because we arc not the kind of a
people who go about tiegging people to
come and see us, but such ns come ot their
owu volltiiu are treated white.
As the Eaiile has made It a rule to record
all the "first things," wc note the fact that
street railway cars made their first run In
this city Saturday, the 19th or May, 1883,
at 11 o'clock p. in. There arc three cars
running at present, leaving either depot
eery firteen minutes. The cars arc very
tine and the horses number one.
Sheriff Watt returned from Central Tex.
is last week, where be had been after some
crooks. Uc says the change In Northern
and Central Texas Is marvelous, and that
open cattle ranges will soon be a thing of
the past, as the whole country Is being en
closed with wire fence, and that cattle now
arc driven through lanes twenty miles in
length b reach markets and shipping
points. Ft. Worth is growing wonderfully.
The Ft. Scott & Wichita railway author
ities lefl'on Tuesday morning, having dis
charged the ilght-ot-way commissioner.
They bought -two hundred feet square ot
ground on the river bank, fronting on Wa
co street, and adjoining the grounds pur
chased by the Gas Company. The right-of-way
bas been condemned to the city limits,
and to the head of Waco street. This is
said to be a settlement or the depot loca
tion, and maybe It t.
lloosier Johnson rented one hundred
acres, less alx rods square, to Mr.
Jansln last year for wheat growing,
talcing a third for rent. Aaron Siever did
the threshing. Johnson marketed bis
share t-ls week, weighing at the City Mills
scales, wLere be sold, and bis share weigh
ed out upwards of 600 bushels, for which be
received 85 cents per bushel, or $760.00,
which makes a pretty fair rent forone hun
dred acres or ground.
Mr. Luther IS. Bunnell bas purchased a
tract of ground on the east side of upper
Lawrence avenue, where be la preparing
to build one of the finest private residences
jet ended In this city. The location is a
beautiful one with shade and shubbery in
profusion. The foundation or basement of
the bouse is four feet above ground, and Is
of dressed stone of uniform courses. Tbe
angles, projections and recesses, indicate
soatethlag of the tasty style of the super
structure. The Fort Scott Wichita Kallroad.whea
( it reaches Wichita, should saake seas ar
raageaeaU to give as cheaper bBlttMng
ateae. The deposits of whits magaetia
Hneitoae along thdr line, within ess dts-
Usvee of Wichita, are Mttatlted, aa tt
was be within the power ol that read to
la-Hdewa at the yard here forth a
pttee that KeeaatBaalaaVderade, Wla-
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JUNE W. P.CAstftELL
Judge W. P. Campbell hat purchased a
site for a home in Carthage, Missouri, to
which point be Trill noon remove his family,
be having disposed of bis interests here.
Judge Campbell haa been for twelve yean,
or more, an Important factor in all the pub
lic attain of Southwestern Kansas. lie is
a man of unusual force ; a man whose en
ergy Is only equalled by bis vigilance. In
some respect, as a Jndge, aa a lawyer, and
as a speaker, he it without a peer in South
ern Kansas. Again, as a citizen. Interested
in public enterprises, hit enthusiasm pos-
sessss the quality of contagion firing up
every one with whom be may come in con
tact. If set to analyze him politically we
would say that his only fault consists In the
fact that he mutt be the acknowledged lead
er or be nothing. He brooks no general
ship outside of himself. A man of bta
qualities must be felt in any community
where he Uvea, whatever the composition
of that community. Success Is stamped
upon every movement and feature of the
man, and only the combined force of many
can quail him. For years be baa been pre
ferred and honored by the people of this
and surrounding counties ; besides, be has
aspired to the highest places In the gin of
the State, and why be should now leare a
people who know him so well, we are at a
lo;s to determine. The people of his new
home and Carthage is a bright city, filled
with progressive people will find in their
new acquisition a man whom they cannot
only trust and honor, but one who will
prove equal to any emergency. We well
nlgb reflect the unanimous voice of our
people when we wish Judge Campbell con
tinued life and health and increasing influ
ence and prosperity In all the years, which
to him, are to come.
The youngest child of Amos and Jennie
Houck, aged sixteen months, died on Mon
day, leaving but one ot three broughtback
to their home in this city a few weeks ago.
If Immortality is not all a dream, born of
the hopes of the human soul, with what a
joyous shout will some of us be greeted
upon the other shore by the bright band
of loved ones wbobave been snatched from
our homes and hearts here on this earth.
What a glorious throng of beautiful forms,
what a graceful assemblage of innocent
faces, lighted up by Intelligent recognition
and love's fruition, will bail our advent to
that home. Those of our own hearts and
lives, who have been a part or us, whose
forms and faces, whose voices and graces
are yet dally and hourly seen and beard
and felt, whose vry names are ever upon
our lips, and whose presences are being
continually brought before our mental
sight by a thousand associations; oh, how
our affections reach out after them with an
intensity that denies death as an eternal
night, and brings the heaven of Christ's
little children almost within our longing
grasp. The Book says, "be fell asleep."
So did little Dot and her brother; so did
your rosy, dimpled child and mine.
"A simple child,
That lightly draws its breath,
And feels lu life in every limb.
What should it know of death J-'
It is only a sleep a sleep of the tired little
body, but not a sleep of that something
that looked from out their eyes, and light
ed up their faces and talked to us as from
soul to soul, even before they had learned
to articulate or comprehend mere human
language. Ob, give us our little loved
ones and their bright home, and away with
the boding logic ol the earth-minds that
shroud all consciousness In tho grave and
drops the black pale of "cold obstruction"
over all there Is of life.
The ceremonies of Decoration Day prom
ise to be very generally observed in this
city by surviving soldiers, and the people
generally ot this city and county. The
mayor will issue bis proclamation asking a
suspension ol business for two or three
hours of the afternoon, and the members
of the Grand Army of the Bepubllc and
their officers will take charge of the cere
monies, both in the city and at the ceme
tery. Tho following programme will be
obsert ed at the Opera House :
1. Introductory exercises.
2. Memorial Song "Strew Blossoms o'er
Their Graves," by quartette, U. Imboden,
C. S. Caldwell, A. F. Stanley and B. TV.
3. Scriptural passages, by Commander.
4. Scriptural passages by' Chaplain, and
5. Song Vacant Chair, by Miss Hattie
(J. Beading Dying Trooper, Mrs. M.
'. Song "now Sleep the Brave," by
8. Address, by lion. S. It. Peters.
!). Song America, by the Post.
Prof. Slckner will preside at the organ,
and this is a guaranty that the music will
be of the best.
Many ol our people who have never seen
or beard Hon. S K. Peters, our congress
man elect, who will deliver the oration.
will be afforded that pleasure at the Opera
House on that afternoon.
"Comrades, we come to you once more,
With only an otTring ot flow'rs ;
The fondest of mem'ries still are held
Engraved In thcte hearts of ours.
Brothers, we come with sweetest flow'rs,
Bedewed with the tears or many sad hours ;
Fought thou and died thy country to save,
Earth has no power beyond the grave.
Now as we stand beside your graves,
Our tbo'l turn to days that are past ;
So uoble and brave you did defend
Our dear country to the last.
Out from your homes, the Nation's pride ;
You fought for the rlght,you bled and died;
The Nation now mourns Its soldiers brave,
With flowers we now bedeck your grave."
The Eagle, having drawn out all tbe in
formation its rcaden desired touching the
Bermuda grass, it new wants to hear from
tbe Johnson grass. A Sedgwirk county
farmer Is inclined to tbluk from what he
Lnowus of tbe Johnson grass that It would
make good meadow and good pasture in
the Arkansss valley. No one will deny that
this grass question ought to be settled soon,
for tbe wild grasses of our valley are last
disappearing under the plow and before
tbe herds. Of tbe Johnson grass wc can
liud but little. Prof. Sbelton says in tbe
last agricultural report of It :
Our experience with this grass, covering
as It docs but a single season, enables us to
say but little beyond tbe expression of an
opinion. In the outset we experienced a
difficulty common with tbe seed of this
grass: only a small portion germinated.
The straggling plants thst appeared, bow-
ever, grew and thickened rapidly, so tbat
the ground, was before fall, fatrly well oc
cupied by the coane, rank-growing stalks.
These were mowed In July.but, on account
ot an unfortunate accident, we are unable
to speak of the value ol tbe hay. Johnson
grass seems to be ol too coarse a babit to
be of much valuo either for hay or pasture.
Tbe editor of the Safford Htrald pays
this line compliment to our sheriff and
deputy, and which Is well deserved :
While In Wichita Isst week we called at
the Sedgwick county Jail to sec our ex
horse speculaton. We found genial, whole
souled Sheriff Wstt absent In Texas on of
ficial business, but we were entertained
and shown around by our old friend Dan
Webster, who, at deputy, was In charge.
Sedgwick bas one of the finest jails In the
SUte, and under the present management
one of the safest and healthiest; It Is weU
kept, and every thla Is reduced to a sys
tem. Had Mr Watt and his deputy don
nothing eUe In the last four yean but run
that jail, . that would be eaoog h to entitle
them to the thanks or their county, as one
of our grandest rarsties is a well kept
county Jail. As a very severe rain storm
commenced while we were iaspectlag tbe
prison, we were Invited into the family
room, to wait it abatement, when we
spent a very pleasant hour with Deputy
Sheriff WebsUr and Mr. Watt's agreeable
The chairman or the Board of Health
couplalas or the filthy condition or many
of the alleys, la eoaspaay with the Mar
shal h spent a whole day la aotlfylK
property owaen teeleawap their prsavises,
sad toreasev the aeeaainlated JBth from
she sSevs-bathesaysbatHtUe atteatloa
was paid la order. Maay of our best clt-
Isea refes to ofcey ardor, aad some
talk f staH oat la the matter before
the Dtetrtet Ceart. Be dastredwtoeaH
,4teatM to tasjs4ir tare the Kaslx.
W eaa ealy sarrtakhltyh.t
aatharitr. aad the aawar to eafitre heaMfc
veetaeau t eaey
aay rttesaseis riaaess
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THE Sf ARROW.
At a recent meeting ol tbe West Chester,
Pa., Microscopical Society It was decided
that the English sparrow is not an intect
Iverous bird, but a destroyer of grain and
fruit; therefore a nuisance. A report of
500 pott mortem examinations stated that
Insects were only found in the stomachs of
nine of the birds. Park Commissioner
Weizel. of St. Louis, says the English spar
row Is driving all the song birds and birds
of plumage from the city parks, and be re
gards them as a great pes tl- Superinten
dent Hunt, of Lafayette Park, St. Louis,
ssys the sparrow Is good for nothing and a
nuisance; be didn't think any one could
speak a good word for the sparrow.
Last Monday afternoon a test was made
ol the water-works, of their power and ca
pacity for fire purposes, which was witness
ed by city officials, newspaper men and oth
ers. Hose and nozzles were attached to six
different hydrants on as many different
squares, but for the want of force upon the
part of the fire department, we believe but
three hose were turned loose at any one
time. The city engineer took observations
of the three streams thrown and gave the
height as ninety-five feet. We believe the
capacity of tho works unquestioned, and
we have no doubt tbe water could have
been thrown higher. An inch fire-nozzle
was used. There is to be another and pub
lic test to-day.
John Fisher returned from tbe Indian
Territory last Sunday. He sold the herd
of saddle bortes and ponies belonging to
tbe Fisher Brothers for a very satisfactory
price, so that now he is out of rancbe, cat
tle and bortes, and with money to loan as
will be seen by an advertisement elsewhere.
In going through Kingman county, near
Sand Creek, he crossed the track of a tor
nado that had swept the earthT A farm
bouse, belonging to a man who, with bis
family, had sought shelter in an old dug
out, was carried entirely away, and a new
lumber wagou smashed and torn to pieces
as if done with a sledge hammer. Tbe
spokes were twisted from the hubs and
scattered for a mite. One child was so
bruised by the roof of the dug-out failiug
in that it could not live.
Governor Kirkwood, of Iowa, who is
visiting his nephew, TV. TV. Kirkwood,
and otherrclatlons and friends In this city,
among the latter being the families of Mr.
ICutan and Col. Innes, made us a very
pleasant call, when an hour was consumed
in going over the men and incidents con
nected with his life, which has been an
eventful and honored one. As Governor
of his State, as United States Senator two
terms, and as related to tbe administrations
of Gr&nt, Hayes, and Garfield his expe
riences are ripe, bis wisdom great and bis
judgments of men and affairs valuable.
The Governor v. Ill spend a week here, and
then probably go on to the hot springs of
Las Vegas for a lew weeks sojourn.
Some Arkansas stock man is shipping one
hundred car loads of cattle to Wichita from
Arkansas and Southern Missouri, which
will be driven to Wyoming Territory from
this point. Some forty car loads have al
ready arrived, and such stock was never
seen before outside the Ozark Mountains.
It takes lrom two to five of the little runty
rats to cast a shadow, and a car load would
not make a Sedgwick county beef steer.
But lor their horns they might readily be
mistaken for a drove of sandy hogs of the
Tbe big railroad circus, of Barrett & Co.,
will reach Wichita the latter part of June.
Mr. II. J. Leech, their advance agent, says
their menagerie is simply immense, and
that tbe combination will go to all the big
towns In the State.
Oh, tbe circus-day parade! How the bugles
played ana played :
And how tba glossy horses tossed their
llossr manes and uclched.
Au the rattle and the rhyme of the tenor
Filled the hungry hearts of all of us with
THE HUMBLE-HILL WEDDING.
In spite of the torrents of rain tailing last
Wednesday evening, a large and merry
party assembled at the residence of Judge
Hill, to witness the marriage of bis daugh
ter, Jessie, to Mr. T. Isaac Humble, or Ike
as everybody calls him. In consequence of
the storm, the ceremony was delayed a lit
tle In order to give belated guests a chance
to arrive before it was all over, and when
all was ready tbe wedding party filed Into
the parlors to tbe music of Mendelssohn's
Wedding March, played by Mrs. Strong, in
the following order : Miss Maggie Humble
and Cbas. Lawrence, Miss Grace Hill and
Cbas. Morehouse and the Bride and Groom.
Tbe party took their places between tbe
two parlors, and the impressive marriage
service of the Episcopal church was per
formed by Kcv. Mr. Chamberlain. The
bridal party, as is usual in such cases look
ed lovely. The young bride herself, being
dressed in a delicate white silk, brought
from over seas years ago, and which bas
lain waiting so long for just such an au
spicious occasion as this.
After tbe ceremony, congratulations fol
lowed, and then a plentiful supply of re
freshments ; after which music and a little
dancing. After a while, when none were
watching, the new husband and wife quiet
ly slipped away to their pretty rooms on
Emporia avenue, to begin life in earnest.
May all happiness go with them.
The presents were numerous, and both
elegant and useful, as the appended list
will testify :
Ocean treasures (moss), If TV Hill.
tM.OO, E F Hill, uncle or bride.
Silver set, alx pieces, II TV Lewis.
Pair pillow shams and 3 towels, Grace A
Silver napkin ring. Harvey T Hill
f 15, Mrs. J TV Shiel, sitter or the groom.
Patent wicker rocker, Maggie L Humble.
Individual castor, Mn J B Grant and Ad
die and Nessie.
Individual castor, Mn J K Grant.
Swinging tamp, Dr. and Mrs. C Humble.
J doz silver teaspoons, Geo. II Humble.
Silver lee pitcher, J G Paccy.
Silver and glass berrv dish, Mr and Mrs
11 U ltose and Mr and Mn G C Strong.
1 doz dessert knives, II A Bliss.
Silver and glass vase, Edith Allen.
Crystal ice cream set, Mr and Mn L B
Plush whisk broom and holder, Fannie,
George and Fritz. .
China pitcher, Winnie Pope.
Silver mug, Gen. B B Eggleston.
J doz silver knives, Mr A Lawman.
3 towels, Mr M C Campbell.
White table clotb, Mn J A Chute.
Pair silk gloves, Mr J A Chute.
Manailles bed spread, O B Stockcr.
Bed table clotb, Mn Chas Pope.
One doz nankins. Mn O Mulvev.
Scotts poems. Miss Brainder and Miss
Handsome tidy, Mrs Bicbardson.
Silver dinner castor, Mr and Mn L Hayes.
Silver breakfast castor, Mr and Mrs T C
Tidy, Laura Eggleston.
Silver and glass pickle castor, Mr. and
Mrs C R Miller.
Silver and glass berrv Uish, Mr ami Mrs
V, TV BIttinir.
Stiver card receiver, .air anu Jira n 3i
White satin pin cushion and mats, Villa
Cut glass inkstand anu gold anu ivory pen
and bolder, Emma It. 11111.
Plush bag, Mrs O II Bently.
Lace collarette. MrsE P llovey.
Silver napkin ring, Mn Evans.
Photograph album, S Q Winch.
Lace handkerchiet, Mn S D Jackson.
Silver cream Ditcher and two napkin rings
Mr and Mrs E P Hill.
Pair vases, Mr and Mrs v t Lewis.
Bustia leather purse, B II Boys.
Silver aud glass toilet bottle, James D
S napkin rings Ed and Lucy Lauek.
Velvet Brussels rug, Finley Boss.
White table cloth and 1 doz napkin rings
Anna and Mattle Lynch.
Lamp, Mn E T Harris.
Lamp, Mr and Mn G Charlton.
Steel engraving, Mr and Mn T E Young.
Silver cake basket, Mr and Mn A TV Blt-
Sliver nutter uisn, uric nenu.
Patent wicker rocker and sewine wicker
rocker, from the ladies of tbe Woman's
Manailles bed spread, Dr and Unit
Leather bag and lace scarf, Mr and Mn
Silk umbrella, H L Pierce.
Stain table scarf, Annie RKuner.
Bird and cage. Olive Magill.
3 toilet mats, Hattie Furlong.
Washstand splasher and matt, Mn L L
Library sewing table, Mr and Mn C A
VsnNese, Mr and Mn Ames Harris, Mr
aad Mn P 8 Smith and MrandMraKos
Camp chair, Mr and Mn M B Mostr.
Velvet bresaets rug, Mr aad Mn T JewelL
Camp chair, Mr aad Mn TV B Mead.
Lamp, M Jacks.
Crazy work, pin cushion, Mn B H Camp
belL t due stiver knives, Mr and Mn J Kich.
dor silver knives, doz silver forks, Mr
ana Jtre c o jssgtu
Silver and glass
While drat material, Mn J H Todd.
Book of eatTavlaft,MrBd Mn J Haher
aad Carrie. .
Ebony bracket, Mr aad Mn C Gowdy.
Ebony bracket, Mr J D Heattoa.. .;
Table etoth aad 1 dec Bfcpkla, Mr aad
Mn Wm lanes
idf iik towel. Peril Moore.
rriniimiil r Jena Aadnws, W M
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Twenty-six hundred and ten teams, with
vehicles of various kinds, crossed the Big
Hirer bridge on Saturday. The tally was
kept by Mr. Coneklln and an assistant, and
can be relied upon as correct
Hogs. ....... .......
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There will be a special meeting of Gar
field Pott No. 35, on Tuesday evening, May
S9tb, for the purpose of muttering in tueh
recruits as may present themselves and also
for tbe purpotcof perfecting arrangements
for Memorial Day. M. Stkwart,
Jons A. Wallace, Adjutant.
May 17th, 1883, at Sunbeam, 111., by Rev.
D. K. Mustard, Mr. J. Irvin Moore, of
Peotone, Kansas, and Miss Aggie Dobbin,
of Freeland HI.
St. Marks, May 16th 1883.
Totkt Editor of the EagU:
Please announce a grand 4th of July cel
ebration at St. Marks. Programme will
follow. By order of Central Committee.
Dr. J. ZEXXElt.
To Ike Editor of tie EagU .-
For a metropolis, permit me to suggest
that your stores, especially your dry goods
and shoe stores, close rather early for we
who would like to run over on the 'Frisco
in the evening and back home in the morn
ing. I am not the only one who has been
put OUt. HOW IS It? AUGUSTA.
By an arrangment the dry goods mer
chants, for the sake of giving the evenings
to the many tired clerks, close at 7 p. m.,
by which hour the most of tbe city and
country trade for the day Is over. The rule
has been in force for a year or more.
To tke Editor of the Eagle :
If you think this worthy ol notice, please
insert In your worthy flying Eagle.
Last Tuesday quite a sumbcr of people
were invited to spcud the afternoon and
evening at tbe residence of Mr. J. B. Brln
ley. Wc all went and bad a splendid time.
About six o'clock we were invited out to
supper, and such a supper, all the goodies
imaginable. The guests fairly groaned and
the tables bad to be moved away from
them. The rest of the evening was spent
in playing croquet, and also some fine mu
sic was furnished. We also missed the
sweet form of one little cherub. She is
ouly gone before and walling.
After an enjoyable evening, when the
moon was shining bright, fully satisfied
that Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brlnley would long
be remembered, wc departed.
Delaxo, May ICtb, 1883.
On the 9th Inst., in this city, or on the
road between the city and my residence on
the hill southeast of the town, an Ottoman
Paisley shawl ; grey, white and black strip
ed. Will tbe finder please leave It at my
residence or at this office.
9-2t C. C. Feese.
Sheet music at Kendle's Music Store.
Before purchasing your lawns, white
goods, fans, parasols, hosiery, handker
chiefs, or anything in the line of staple and
fancy dry goods, you will find it to your
interest to call at our Dry Goods Headquar
ters, on Main street, directly opposite TV.
S. Corbett's grocery store.
Otf Larimer & Stinson.
Sheet music at Kendle's Music Store.
Sec what Bev. Harper says : After using
cyclopedias almost dally for over ten yean,
in which time I have owned Chambers',
Appleton's, Britannica and the Peoples', I
can cheerfully commend the Peoples' Cy
clopedia as a most excellent work. I have
had mine over a year, and would not part
with it,thougb the Britannica stands beside
it in my library. TV. F. Harper,
Pastor 1st Baptist Church.
Wichita, May 23d, 1883. 9-lt
Sheet music at Kendle's Musicc Store.
The street cars and our magnificent new
stock of dry gooSs are the leading attrac
tions in Wichita just now. Call and see
us. Larimer & Stikso.v.
Four doon north of postoffice, on Main
Any person needing a churn will do well
to call a1 Preston & Cox. West city scales.
Public churning, Saturdays, at one o'clock.
9-lt Gifford 4 Williams.
Wichita, Kan., Slay 22d, 1833.
After examining tbe Peoples' Cyclopedia,
I find it very full and accurate. Its com
pact form condensed into two volumes
renden it, in my opinion, of more value to
the general reader or student, than tbe
more voluminous, anu nign priceu cyclo
pedias. B. D. Hammond,
9-tf County Superintendent.
Sheet music at Kendle's Music Store.
?25,000, on real estate or city property.
Apply to Fisher Bros.
9-4t Wichita, Kansas.
Minneapolis, M inn., Nov. fcth, 1881.
To the Agents of tke Mnntapolie Uaneiter
Gentlemen : I wish to state that I am
permanently engaged with the Minneapolis
Harvester Works, as superintendent of
their factory, having cbargo of tbe con
struction of their Harvesters and Twine
Binden. I leel a deep Interest in tbe suc
cess of tbe Minneapolis machine, and shall
use my best endeavors, and devote my en
tire energy to make tbe Minneapolis tho
most reliable harvesting machine in the
market. J. F. Appleby.
Inventor and Patentee of the Appleby
Twine Binder. 9-2t
Sheet music at Kendle's Music Store.
Hon. A. B. Jctmore, Gov.St John, Judge
G. N. Elliott and Prof Stearns, ol Wash
burn college, of Topeka, all highly recom
mend the Peoples' Cyclopedia. Also Prof.
A. K. Taylor, President or the State Nor
ma'. School, Emporia, Kansas, and othen.
Call at the Arkansas Biver Lumber Co,
office and leave your order for tbe acknowl
edged victor in the harvest or 1882, tho
"Minneapolis Twine Binder. 9-2t
Sheet music at Kendle's Music Store.
Bargains in Real Estate.
Land and Loan office of Sowen ft Mason,
over Lynch't dry goods store, on Douglas
Avenue. Special bargains in farms and
city property e"' or exchange.
Money to loan c low rates. 49-tf
Tbe Peoples' Cyclopedia is complete in
two large royal octavo volumes, and fur
nished at a price witbin tbe reach of al
most every one. 9-tr
8,000 lbs pare Merino Wool for sale ; sam
ples at First Arkansas Valley Bank. -3t
I wish to call the attention of all.ladies
or Wichita and vicinity to the closing ont
sale or my rail stock or poods. Call and
sec me before purchasing elsewhere. You
can bay loos; plumes lrom 9LSS to 90.00.
Bunch flowers from 5 cento to 9S.O0. Hats
from IS cents to 930.00. Lacet.tles, collars,
embroidered hose, corsets, ribbons, em
broidery material; yarn underwear, jewel
ry, Telling, tc, fall to reduced prices until
the 1st of July. Csllsnd see for yourself.
Thanking the public for past patronage, 1
n, Yours respectfully,
Between Woodman's Bask and the Tarr
ed Store. - 6-8t
We hare at last s good, reliable cyclo
pedia, without costing a stud Jeanne.
Mm. Ebwaxb Lamkix : I hare no dis
position to boast ol the Merita of any pa
tent utedieiBe, but three winter ago I froae
my feet and fcaTe svfereda great deal. I
aedMne, tatrf ." Yew AHeJ-
lng Bakaa ha a Mteeees.
i 'iJJV , J' ' ' V ' ,--
nsVsWmii I,; at
c," " '"- tj- .
liftiw risr.A. l
DRY GOODS, ' ;-'M:
He would cull Especial Attention to our
EXTRA- .LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING.
It is tho Lsrgdt and Beit
As the Season is
, ft Vi, v
it- fewA. r Jf
Our l $10.00 " All-wdoT Cass'imere Suit.
and Fancy Dry Goods,
5" Four Doors north of Post
: r tVi :')
Bank .of Commerce.
Loans Money von Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Becsives Deposits, Time and Demand, at Interest.
Ilitys and sells exchanye.; makes collections; ,negotiale municipal bonds,
and tranjxicls' hanliny in all its branches.
No. 17 Douglas Avenue,
WICHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE.
1 f " I '-for the reception of pupils iri
Penmanship and Double Entry Bookkeeping.
ttjtdtv tc S 1'F.NJTANSUIP, Course of 15 Lessons $ 5 00
1 bKMb .bOOKKEEPINO, Courscof S Months 20 00
RUSSELT. HALT.. Main Strett.
SEDGWICK CITY BANK!
t (A. II. XAKCZQER.)
WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Bay and sell exchange, receive deposits, make collections, etc
SHORT TIME LOANS ox GOOD PERSONAL SECURITY
:ea.:r,:m: XjO-ajcts as? lowest bates.
5- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Sedgwick City, "," Sa,uat'
S. M. GARRISON,
$3- 76 DOUGLAS AVENUE, WEST OF MAIN STREET,
. -OA 8 HP A-I D -F O R
-. . - n
E. W. Lasskll, DXA6uit ItasTorAt
me great pleasure to tpeak'la the hlghcrt
terms or the value of youril-IIeallBs; Bal
sam at a ssedicine that should be lu every
fsaily. Being alcied with psJ-l.y
back aBd haTint; the kidney cossplslBt, ,1
was Induced by your agent, E. Vaagwsdy,
to fBrekat and. try a bottle or your All
Hesliag Bilsani. I took theaedietawae
eJKfsrtati past three or four weeks, lied
asysetf reMeved enAirely fross thepaialsi
ssy back, aad sty Udtteys ao roagcr afftrd
tM sy trotible. I fave tto besttatfsti it
tsytef thvat: .bottle oTasedMsw, sr
Uek I Hi ihy essiU, taltteHl i.twrttaV
BMtst I ever aaastelaaayUfeI
8 ! ym! ASetV BatSBBitwtjM
Bsaasaaaastu'Bsat' aasamasBT bB Sasslssh, hMltdbstaAte
ItXIi Isf latsr a.iiisssw: ;Totjw;sW ; ',
AND r , ,
, 'HitmT M$
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BOOTS &. SHOES.
Aiscrtsd Stock in tie City.
" - -''. A'
Dress Goods, Trillings, Etc.
- ojlice. Main Street. Wichita.
P. C. T.KWIS, Principal.
AND DKAI.EE IS
:r i o
HIDES, T-AIrL O WETC.
. ; l.M.OAIRIION.
T Is view of the taaay recent atteaapU to
hurilariielie retldeacMof oureitiiens,
the Lombard Xmtft Cotspaay respeet
fWly Mils the atteartloaor parties havlag
valuables, jewelry, etfc, to their salety de
posit boxes la ifeetr aWepwor vault, where
aayoaeeatf mY;sseaatt portable srtkles
td tbelt at ijaesaskls aVrwre.
For the toweo.le.ee r e tesstrt tke
boxes have beesi tsatoved tress tke TasJt
at tk Kana;S(a4a Bas (wklak etoees at
3 p. ta.1 to tke exaottr sltatTtr vatrit of tke
UtjrtMorate;Caa.S-yfaitbe rear of
the Ksaaae 8ta.eTtsa.lr -nlC-
CMadtastseeittetsd, satisfy yow-
&m$m?:tT - ,-7. .
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't Or . ml
?ssT. .,. v-t
Innes & Boss,
: S'J.1 U Jr'ElJTJJOTJS fc3 Y J JJICA-TE. ITVCErBTSE CAPITAL.
TnsnpuEOBiDB2S'a?BX) FAfjrr.i.Ti na nsro-A-XiOurjAiBXiB .a.:dv--a.:nta.gi-bs
"NOTING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. "
E" Our success in the pa9t was
OUR NEW STOCK OF SILKS.
ST At the purchase of the immense stock at Muscatine, wo fount, a eiirplu of ilks Imtijrht nl forceil sale. We are ofteriuir;
. The Finest Line of Black Silks ever seen in the West,
25 Per Cent Less Than They Were Ever Sold Beforo.
,V-ssr- - '
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GROS GRAIN, SATINS,
THE STREEf CARS STOP AT
AbitrMtt of Title.
TO ANY PIECE OF LAXI) IN SEDG-1
WICK COUNTY. j
llnv. tlm mntt rolfnlilo feot nl AltmrtH in I
tbe county. Temple Block, first loor to
, ; ...
left on second floor.
V. L. McBEE, Abstracter.
T-mnlo Hln-k. flixt .lonr in I
S. T. Jones, satb, door, blind, scroll and j
bracket lnanufactury, wet side of Main f
street, north of the Occidental Hotel,
itn Kansas. My
Milliaery sad Dmsmtking. f
The Chicago Bazaar, tbe Rrcat millinery I
and dressmaking emporium or u ichita,
seems to be just now the mou popular re
sort in tbe city for our ladies of fashion.
Mrs. Hay, from St.- Paul, cuts dresses by
the genuine Taylor system;- perfect lit
guaranteed. West side Jlain street, three
doors uorth of the Arkansas Valley Rank,
Wichita, Kansas. 2-tf
(srrison makes the best team
made in the city of Wichita.
S. Thomas Jones, contractor aud build
er ; also sash, door and blind manufacturer.
Mam street, 3 doors south ol the Occidental
Hotel, Wichita, Kansas. 4.1-ly
Pljmonth Bceki Ettluiivtlj.
t have three pens as fine birds sa are in
the country, headed by Conger, Pitkin and
Hawkins. I ho.ie to see ever)" farmer or
poultry-grower become intcrcted In thor
oughbred stock ; it costs on:y .1 trifle for a
start. Call or write for special terras to
thoc who have never tried improved stock.
The American Farm and Home Cyclopae
dia just what the farmer, stock raiser,
gardener and fruit raider need can be seen
and examined at my office and, II desireil,
purchatcd. 51. C. McL-ain,.
Office in U.S.Land Office Building, Wich
ita, Kansas. -tf
By Universal Accord,
Aran's CATruitTic Pills arc tho best
of all purgatives for family use. Tlicy
arc Ihe product of Ions, laborious, and
successful chemical investigation, and
their extensive use, by physicians la
their practice, anil by all civilized na
tions, proves them the best anil most
effectual purgative Till that medical
science can devise. Being purely vcr
etable do harm can arise from their
sc, and being sugar-coated, they arc
pleasant to take. In intrinsic value
and curative powers no other Fills
can be compared with them; and every
person, knowing their virtues, will
employ them, when needed. They
keep the system In perfect onler, and.
maintain in healthy action the whole
machinery of life. Mild, searching and
effectual, they are especially adapted
to the needs of the digestive apparatus,
derangements of which they prevent
and cure, if timely taken. They are
the best and safest physic to employ
for children and weakened constltn
tions, where a mild but effectual
cathartic Is required.
For sale by all druggists.
I am prepared to buy for caeh, and cash
only, one million pounds of wwl. Come
and tee me, if you have any wool. Itringa
sample or leave your address where to call
on you. Sacks and twine fiirnlthed. if de
A,,T.a F. EAILBOAD CO.
Important Ohsuis in DiiKoants.
TorxtU. Hay 1, 18d3.
To Purchasers of Ballroad Lands :
Tbe feUowlag ekaages la tbe rates of dis
count on laadeboaght from this company
will take efeet oa aad after Angatt 1, 1883.
Oa terms No. 1, sir yesrt. Use, present
dlicouBt 99 per eeaU cbaaged to 18 per
Oa terms Ko. 3, two years' Ume.preseet
tUseotwt 30 per eat.,..ehaagtd to 59 per
Oa terms No. 4, esb, preteat tUscoaat
H per eeaf, ekaaged to per eethV
' Iateeastoa ta tmae sles,7 per ossk.
Tassthsaget mists t aew tiae;tHtry;
aaade oa aad after. Aafaa M, aat aeve ao
ii atsi wkamysTtweosHraess asresdy -la
fsretv- aj, 0- ----.--- t5
Lead bayota waa wma toavsti amain is
1 r 11 1 iiiiisrmatiaam nihtTs ir mi
,."T . ? - .. JiriL.t VT:
tmtiv. - - ' . " - i ',-. y
. - ,.?.
- ' ifc,;':: A&SI'fViV5'
for the Clssal Consldat;e(l Com"iaon
Purchase and Sale of Dry Goods!
Geo. Lines k Co.,
achieved by carrying the Largest aad
We .Call Special
THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
PLAIN. STRIPED AND FANCY.
SATINS, OTTOMANS, RHADAMES,
In all tho new shades of the season, and at prioiM Wonderfully Lovr.
A BEIUTIFUL LINE OF PLAIN AND FIGURED SATEENS,
In Crushed Strawberry, Shrimp. Pink, and all tho New Shades.
Nuns' Veiling, Cashmere, Gersta, Drab D'Almas, Broadheads Novelties, Etc.,
IN ALL THE NEW SHADES.
A. EEWltoEBING ASS0ETMENT OF FIGURED SWISS.
1,500 Parasols. 1,500 Parasols,
,M - From ,'
15 Cents to
50,000 YARDS OF
UAMBURGS. SWISS, IRISH POINT. ETC.
5.000 TT-AJRJDS ZRIB-BOIsr,
OTTOMANS, AND THE NEW FASHIONABLE RAGE-TWO TONED COLORS IN EVERY TNeV-.,
Always on Hand,
THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN LADIES NECKWEAR.
CHILDREN'S CAUZE, LISLE THREAD, BALBRICCAN AND MUSLIN
Our Stock of Hosiery, Gloves and Lace Mitts is Unlimited.
So You See It Pays 7l Trade With
TNNES & ROSS.
- )N - X -
Fine Beiident Lett Per 8sJi.
Mr. Wra. Oreiflensteln offer lor sale on
lAsnunl.la lAFms ttnl rn Is-ttrlitaa mtiriKjkP
i, ,, ., . """"""
'of resilient lots, each couta nlng a full acre
, ,. ... ,, , , .
I of ground, r or particulars call on liim or
" " "" " !..
J. Jl. Steele. 4-11
Call and see us, and you will be surprised
Wicb-P'owcbcaporou can get a good, reliable
j Ainrlcan watch, fully warranted at the
nun jcweiry xiuuse. it-
Thoroughbred Boll Got. Satigve,
Will stand for service at"Mplewood
farm' one-half mile southwest of Arkan
sas Kiver bridge. Terms, $2.00 invariably
at time of service. Also Jersey bull. "Duke
of Sedgwick," at the tame place. Terms,
f 5.00 at time of service
2-tt H. K. Lawhknck.
Wind Mill For Sale.
Wind milt, tank and tower for tale at a
bargain good new. Inquire at Allen &
Tucker's or W. S. Corbett's.
E. W. L&SSKLL'S
All Btsliag Balsaa. A Cirtiia Cart Par
Scalds, burns, croup, kidney-complaint,
cuts, bolls, bunions, carbuncles, chapped
hands, scratches, calks, klckt and all old
At the earnent solicitation of many friends
and acquaintances, who have made a thor
ough and satisfactory trial of my "All Ileal
ing Balsam," I take this method of Intro
ducing It to the public at large, that tte ben
efits to be derived from lis use may be enjoy
ed by all who are afflicted with any of tbe
ailments above enumerated, or who have
stock In such way as to demand treatment
for any of tke above named afflictions. It
will be found on sale at th" rug store of J.
P. Allen, Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kansas,
and by my Iravelln&sgent. Full directions
with every bottle. Price, 50 cents perbottle.
43tf E. W. Lasskll.
Kor repairing machines in all breadths,
.11, 30, 41 and 62 Inches, at T. II. Lynch'.
Sixtcood two-year-old abort-born bulls,
two miles south of Wichita.
5-4t CMKC Kl.NK.iIP.
T. il. Lynch lost bis Itp robe last week
and he want to 0nd It. '-3t
1,000 pairs ol beautiful and subtsntll
low-cut shoes and ties, goat snd kid. Best
qualities for ladies and children at T. II.
Don't forget the Lombard Mortgage Com
in their new quarters eorner of Main street
snd Douglas Avenue. M-tf
I with to tnnounee to the ladies of Wich
ita tbst I have just returned from Cblcsa-o
with a fine stock of spring wraps. Also the
latest novelties lo hosiery, both silk and
lisle. The finest selection of neck wear la
the city. An elegant assortment or Ureas
buttons and trimmings. Children's linen
suits, infants cloaks beautifully embroider
ed. Infants robes and abort dresses. A
fins assortment of silk mitts and gloves la
newest shades and tints. Ladies aad chil
dren's underwear, corsets, aad la fact- eve
rything to complete a lady's wardrobe.
Call and examine: no trouble to show
36 Mala Street.
Tbe "Minneapolis," It tbe oety blader
having all of Mr.Appleby's latest improve
To ohn Shads:
Toa are asreor swtiaen sassj. 4. av. naur-
toa, Sorvsyor of SsdfwlcK eraaty, assist.
have beta aotlasd ay MrUes wboan owaen
of mad aaeeattoMmTaosetlbsd btlew that
tasyafe dtaireasof sttabHtblaa linasseiaUy
UMeoFaert or BoaaiUtles ef seetiati ste. M ta
towBsala - la taaaw eae east of tbe fth l.
M..IB Movwiec tOBBty. asasas. isa wut
tkerestontaka aetste that I vH ea the ant 4ar
of tahl skevt-.
&tJ&0&taUp esrVjemmasaaaJrV-teBmsleaMMMt -
Best - selected Stock in this city, and selling the Best Goods only at Lower
BET A GOOD BLACK SILK (HI BAP.
EEEEE ' ;'
T - P - 0( -
INNES & ROSS.
E. Y. MUNSELL. M. D.
J?ir, Enr, thrnat. A'oar, JtHptMrr, Vile.
In regard to th trrntmi-nt andcuronf rils,
Klslnla. llniorrb..lclj. KI.nre. ITuImmim. and
8 sin KlnejsiM, I will rrrrctly ami permanently
cure all cAMei, of however 1 011a; ataiidln. vith- '
out litle or rauilic.
lngon. tliecae, '
1 have the latest and fuo-ft cif ntlnc inethtHl if ;
treatment known. onp that iieverislU tumult-
a iwrnianent cure. ' .lellnllun from bu.ineM. .
auilnotlhe slightest Manner to be feared from '
to remain nltnine until rured. 1 wall pay their
IraTellnir expense here aud return, tree or!
charge. If I tall to run- them. Letter or In-I
qtilrjitromittlrnwered. Iteference given i.jr ',
ua.t.. uiKKKLi., YVIrmt. hu- ,
M at U Ichita odlre from lit to l'lth I
orearli month ; Hnrrton, Kjmi.i, I9tn and SOOi jofthet rchlenlal Hotel Wichita Kantat SS
of each month : Newton, kana. National Ho- r . '
iei, on ine 13111 01 every monui ; .tici'Derxon, .
Kansas, MerrhanM' Hotel, Si I audfJdof eer ,
In (be District Court of Pedtfwlck comity,
J A, Miller
Orlando Hr.iwu and Marr Hr.iwu.
Tbe abort- uantMl Orlando nruwn awl alarv
Brown an hsrebjr notified that ther ham hron
snwlbr ihsaunTF-named lalii!IIT In Ihe Dis
trict Court or Ptdjrwlck connty. State f Kan
sag, and that unle.j Ihev an,iTr th petition of
,ald plaintiff against them flic! in S..M action, ,
In th offluor the rlerk of Mid court, !y the
11th ilar of Jnr.e. IM.!, tald petition uill lie'
taken u true and Jmlcment will ! remlerrtl In
said action In favor of said ulalntlH and axalnst
said defendant!, rertnlrln? the defendants to
convey to the plaintiff the following real ettate. :
lying and situate In theruunty of Sedgwick and '
SUte of Kansas, to wit :
The south-we, t quarter or section XI in town-I
skip 37 south, of range one wel, exreiit (We 1
acres out ol the nonth-eajt corner thereof un- t
era contract for the conreyance tlerenf lie
tween tbe defendant, Orlando Drown, ami the
plaintiff; route or said action In accordance 1
with the prayer of eald petition.
.Sl.l'S-t A 11ATTOS.
l'lalntlff'j Attorney. I
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,!
Cornerof l.riv...l WHllam .lr"t.,,T8B0UB8 IZPSISS T2AIMI
F01 full partlcidars Incinlre at 'onserratory.
Douglas Ave, Ste?m Laundry,
NORRIS St MARES, Props.
ill Work Doit io Order at RnsouUe Kilfi.
rp- Two doors east of Dongia Areuu Hotel.
0. 6. JACOBS,
.-. lV 1. jr ..,.i
Geo. Innes k Co.,"
" "Ai3;S '&.
THE STRFET CARS STOP AT
...,-.,-, . .-.m
CCi MT R A PTH R
A DIIfT nCD
uc uui L-iirt.it.
f Office t hi. Sub. Door and Blind afsee-
reetorr. in the seat of SI sin' treat, aorlh
Saint Louis and San Francisco
.. , . .
SIIOItTKIt THAN AXYOTHKK KOITEBE
TUTEKX Wichita and Saint Louis.
NO CHANGE OFCARS
ACRES of rich farmlat; aad
. UUU VW miner.
si lanus rnr sale t inu
I company In
X3 Kor full ami particular Information, wits
1 maps, tlnie-taelet, rains, tie., call ( wra4
i drcs any of oar stalloo e(en's, or either of the
C, W.CALE.Oa'IKrelebtAft ,( , Llm..
I. WISIIAKT, Cen'I fee At. I ",- M"w
I'. IV. KOOER4, Vlce-Pres't. Ala'l Ma(r.,
3-tf Temple UalMlas;, 8(. L00U, Mo.
' BridlM, Collara, Wkipt.,
AtxIeTerytkla? kept In a welt stocked BarMSt
l am Miller fosda as low at Ike lowtei fot cash.
iag promptly dose.
CXITXD STATES 15DIAX aEEVICX, 1
Sacaav Fox broiax AotarcT.l.T., V
Sealed croDoeale la
Praseaala for taesrti Hiaa or mMJUUm ta ska
.ae aan wax aan Aoteoie
an eaa sen aombwv as
toaa." at thtt aa-aey. Ib a.
aad tpeelaealfaasoa ate
iIsoIb leMotsnser tbe bm
aad also I
Democrat. Km 4 Cltm Jeaaael. -" -
Bad Arktnuu CUf Trmler. will be rMttred at'
wsaatacy aaMtlt s'cteek am aasamty, J
,Siss7 . T7T
CoatraettwtH so awarded to BehtKif
nil Hat 11 win
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