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Saitg El W.. .-v . S. M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. SATURDAY MOBNING, MAY 24. 1884 REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans or the State of Kansas Mill be heM in the city or Topeka, on WEDNESDAY, JULY lCru, m at 4 o'clock p. ra. for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for State officers and electing a Republican State Central Committee. The officers to be nominated are as follows: One Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. " Associate " (to nil vacancy) Gorernor. " Lieutenant Governor. " Secretary of State. Auditor of State. " Treasury or State. ' Attorney General " State Superintendent of Pub. Instruction. All citizens who arc in favor of elevating and dignifying American labor, protecting and ex tending home industries, giving free popular education to the masses of the people, securing free enffrage and an honest counting of ballots, and effectually protecting all human lights. In every section of our common country, and who are willing to support the nominees of the con vention, are invited to co-operate with Repub licans in the Primaries and County Conventions sending delegates to this Convention. The besis of representation shall be the -vote cast for lion. James Smith. Republican candi date for Secretary of State, at the general elec tion held in 1S. Each conntv shall be en titled to one delegate and one alternate for every 300 votes so cast, or any fraction thereof 125 or over, fbovided that every conntv shall be entitled to at least one delegate and one al tcrnate in said convention, according to the fol lowing SCHEDULE: Count let. Votes cast. Del. Counties. Votci cast. Del Allen 128G ..4 Anderson 1104 ..4 Atchison 21ft! ..7 liarber 2M ..1 nation wn ..3 Bourbon 2010 ltrown HS91 ..C! Butler 1!I78 ..7 Chase 708 Chatauqua 11G3 ..4 Cherokee 1774 ..(J Clay. 1U3 Cloud 1041 ..fa Coffey 1352 ..& Cowley 214C ..7 Crawford 1705 ..& Davis 774 ..3 Decatur 341 ..1 Dickinson 1G20 Doniphan 1770 ..o Douglas 2237 ..8 iuiwaros iw ..l Elk 1014 ..3 ElBworth Mt ..3 Nemaha. Neosho.. Ness Norton... Osage... usbomc. Ottawa... Ellis... Ford Franklin.... Graham.... Greenwood. Harper Haney Hodgeman.. Jackson.... Jefferson.... Jewell Johnson. i'M .... 370 ..1 ....i;rj it ... 278 ..1 ...101 .. .... 4.VI ...ir,y, . r .. . IK) ..I ...iai ..4 ....1700 ..6 ...i42i; .i.vj7 ..ri Kingman 49 ..2 l-yon 2093 Labette HIM . Leavenworth.. .1!M1 Lincoln 70S Linn 1540 ..! Marion 1071 ..4 Marshall lull ..; Alcl'herson 1722 ..6 Miami 14SO Mitchell 1228 Montgomery., Moms .1700 ..c . 081 ..3 ...1423 ..1270 ... S27 ... 428 ...22SC ...1033 MS Pawnee r20 ..a Phillips CSS ..2 Pottawatomie.. in:o ..c Pratt 17'J ..1 Rawlins Ill ..1 Reno 1440 ..5 Republic 1SU ..." Rice 1070 ..4 Riley 035 -.3 Rooks UM .2 Rush 348 ..1 RuBsell .V8 -.2 Salina 1938 ..7 Sedgwick 191C ..G Shawnee 4911.15 Sheridan 31 ..1 Smith flffis ..4 Stafford 431 ..2 Sumner 1721 ..C Trego 207 ..1 Wabaunsee 10V ..4 Washington.... 15.17 ...r. vvtison i7 Woodson 74 ..2 wjandotte 1032 ..7 ITOUGAM7KD. Cheyenne - ..4 Comncche ..1 Kinney ..1 Gove ..1 Greely ..1 1 1 Hamilton.. Lane Scott Seward... Sherman. St. John.. Thomas.. Wallace.. ..1 ..1 ..1 ..1 ..1 ..1 Total. .'M28Z It Is recommended that delegates be selected in County comentlons on Satuiiday, July 12th and that the primaries for the same beheld, Saturday. July Mh. in such manner as the sev eral Republican County Central Committees iiiuy proviuc. County Central Committees should cio at least two weeks' notice of the time or holding conventions, ny publication in the county pa Iters. It is ordered that delegates forw ard a copy of lican State Central Committee 'at Topeka, im mediately following their electlon- lly order or the Republican State Central Committee. A. L. Reuiikx, -Chairman. Attest: Wiut W. Waltov, Secretary. Topeka, May 5th, 1884. THE GUDGEON-POT. We wonder bow the brown-haired states man of the great Arkansas valley will take this instruction for Horton. He de clared recently that "old AI Ilortou must go," but perhaps be meant that be should go Uock to the chler-justlccsblp again. Still the angelic slumbers of the agnostic statcsmarrwould be lefcs pertutltcd if "old Al Horton" would go back to private lire. Kantat City Timet. The brown-haired statesman -just now has other fish to fry, but will give his attention to the gudgeon-pot when he sots his dailv fairly on its eet. FIRST-CLASS COUNTIES. Sedirwick will be raised to a first- class county this spring, but the fal lowing from the Wellington J'ras shows that Sedgwick will not be the only county with an auditor, assistant clerk, etc. : "Sumner county has more than 25,000 in' habitants. This requires the appointment of a county auditor, who shall pass upon nil bills against the county before they are pre sented to the county commissioners. The county auditor's salary is 1,000 per jear -bis bond $50,000. Ho is appointed by the district court and continued by the board ot county commissioners, and right here arises a question or considerable specula tion. Judge K. S. Torrance is a republican and will no doubt appoint a republican The board of county commissioners is dem ocratic and it is intimated that they will not confirm a republican. Here is an op portunity for a pretty little bitch." A DAMNABLE CRIME. Mr. Dodd, the president of the Newark savings bank, loaned $2,881, 582 of the earnings of the depositors to Fisk & Hatch, professional stock gamblers, who bet it on stock margins and lost most of it. When the news reached the depositors there was a frightful excitement in Newark. The New York World describes the scene : "Weeping women, wringing their hands and gesticulating wildly, besieged the doors of the defunct Newark savings in stitution all day yesterday from dawn until night, and the wildest excitement prevailed. "My God J" exclaimed one woman to a policeman that was keeping back tho crowd, "Iliato nearly $300 in that bank. It's all in the world I have. My husband is sick and wo have lHe children at home crying for something to eat. Our landlord has threatened to put us out, and I came to draw enough monev to pav him and buy lood." Such stories and such sccues were too common. Sometimes over one hundred tear-stained faces were seen, but tears were nothing. Some strong working men were there, and tbey sat or stood about in si lence, their faces stamped in despair, and others shouted and cursed and were for storming the building aud draggiug the robbers out into the street and giving them to the crowd. Late in the day many ot the crowd were induced to go nome, nut SUNDAY PAPERS. Both theGcncial Conference of the Methodist Church and the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church had before them last week, resolutions j condemning the practice of buying and reading Sunday newspapers. Mauy speeches in support of thee resolutions were made in each body. butwcfind.no reports of remarks on the other side; aud yet there are probably few Methodists aud Presby terians, whether clergymen or laymen, who do not buy aud read the Sunday editions of the newspapers. On no other day of the seven is the demand for newspapers so great as on Sun day, and a large part of it comes from the most intelligent and most conservative members of the community. The truth is if the clergy would but look at this matter as it in reality is, they would discover that a Sunday morning paper is the product of Saturday and Saturday nightV la bor, and that a Monday morning pa per is wholly the woik of the Sabbath day. The Ncv York Sun, in speaking of this matter, says that the clergy espec ially are very careful readers of the Suudav newspapers, and we doubt if there was one among the New York delegates to thee conventions who was not himself guilty of the practice he as-isted in condemning. Nor U it , at all likely thai the demand for Sun day newspapers among Methodists and Presbyterians generally will in the leas.t diminish because of the pas sage of the resolution';, which nobody seems to have dared to oppose BUNNELL & ROYS, Real state i .FARM LOANS, Fire and Life Insurance AXD Ascitis A. T. & S. F.Rai!ro.fI buds. 3 ? Money "always on hand to Loan Lowest current rates. :it The oldest established Real Estate firm in the citv. OUIi IXSUKAX'CE AGENCV. Aetna, or Hartford $9,192,C41 German American, of Xew York 4,0G3,9CS Gcrmania, of New York 2,709,72) Hartford, of Hartrord 4,541,210 Home, of Xew York 7,4s3,Cl Ins. Co. or Xorth America, or Phlla.. 9,071,C liv., Ind., and Globe, or Liverpool. 5,771,9.!) Phoenix, of Hartford 4,433,019 Underwriters, or Xew York 3,C,791 The Equitable Lire, of Xew York 03,000,000 O-OBcc in Hoys' block, upstairs, oer Bank of Commerce, IE!. UrEiOO-Gh," Grain and Produce, Commission Merchant. Chicago market reports received, every fifteen minutes from 9:30 x. , to 3.-30 r. x Office under Citizens Bank. Wiehlta. Kansas. Deal- en in grain and prodace invited to nuke my omce weir neaunuartera. d-3-tf f . J. BLOOIER & BBO. Groceries AND Queensware! COK. DOUGLAS AXD LAWRENCE AVS WICHITA, KAX. Tho Cincinnati Commercial-Gazelle calls upon the Ilcv. Henry Ward Beccher 'to explain how he, a radical free trader, can, from a bu-iuess point of view, indorse a candidate who fa vors protection to American indus try." The fact i that Uecchcr's prac tice is always better than his theories. He knows there is no danger from "protection," aud there is danger from Bourbon rule, and therein Becch er is consi-tcnt. It is the duty of every mau. if he cannot get all the rood he wants to yet all he can. Diamond Mils. Si & T wrcniTA, KAN. MiMTACTunnns or The misfortune of an Ohio woman ought to he a warning to wives who contemplate eloping with handsome men. Thos Dillon's wife ran away from hei home in Akron, O., and look , the children and $1,400. Tho next j day Mr. Dillon i eecivod a letter an-1 H Jj "ET H? IR ICE nouueing the death of a brother, who left him $50,000 and the pro-pootivo heir to an estate worth $1,000,000. He says Mrs. Dillon shall not have a cent, i Slafliari Ms of Floor. EVERYTHING SOLD AT At the No. 80 Mail St. Though goods in our line arc lower tbau for many years, we still offer inducements to close buyers, especially in Sugars, Syrups, Coffees, aud Teas. Wc mean thi. Convince yourselves. Telephone No. 39. J5T Xearly opposite Wichita Wholc-ulc Grocery. d-2-liu. ORGANS TO RENT Ttf im: IE A. ID Or Address I ock Box S3, Wichita Kansas. Killeen & Stockinger, Practical Plumbers, Steam & Gas Fitters. (las Fixinrw. Sieara Healing k Ventilating a SpetiillT. Estimates Foriiiskil. S3" liP on Ma11 s'et, old Arkansas Vat ley Bant Building, Wichita, Kansas. Pcst oOiceBox445. C-l W. L. McBee, SEDGWICK COUNTY Abstracter, - Abstracts of title compiled nit afcort BoUce. Fire, Life and Tinaif faotmce. Represents teTen of the best Com panic in the worl.L tl STOVER & BRACHTEL, Contractors &. Builders Wichita, - Kansas. V3F Shop on First Street, west of County building. d-4-lm Frooman & Peckham, Staple & Fancy Groceries'! Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Etc. Highest cah price paid for produce, ilorc goods sold for the Fame money than by any other linn in the. city. Good delivered promptly to any part of the city. G3f South ?ide of Douglas avenue, Third door west of Main Street, Wichita, Kansas. 4-tf WICHITA FOUNDRY AND Machine Shop ! XKAK IKOX BKIDGE R. McPARLAND, Propr. 56- Choice Lots! -56 FOR SALE In the northern part of the city. Prices Low. Terms Easy. Apply to .7. U. Turner, or Joceljn A Thomas. J. A. STEDMAN, Generai Insurance Agent. Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident OFFICE 100 DOUtH.AS AUENUE, Over H-irncj' Drug Store. Larpst Apncy in tie Valley. Aldrich & Brown, Wholesale Druggists. Goods at Kansas Citv Prices. Main Street, Wichita, Kansas AV S. COi:l!KTT. ITeoiitent II. II. IMCIIAUDs. A. HIV-", Via- I'resiilet I. II IlLACir. Sec anil Tress. S. r..lOIINSOX. WICHITA. tr im:. Last year New York had "a reform Democratic legislature" in both branches. They raised the htatc tax from '2.45 mills to .1.2o mills : and the legislature of this ye.ir, which was Republican in both branches, cut the levy down to 2.23 milN. representing a saving of $2,000,000. Almost any body can see where the "reform" part r.iniR in. GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE! Toltciii June 1st, at k. Alice Shits' Milliner Store, Xorth of Woodman's Hank, west siile of Main btrect. I-tf The groat Democratic journals of the land discuss "John L. Sulilvan and hi power as a champion slugger" in long editorial", and aie silent as the grave as to who should be the nom inee of the Julv convention. Why should not John be a capital candi date? As the party i without prin ciples, it might run John on his muscle. SCHWERDFEGER'S Eagle Bakery. Fre-h bread, pies, cakes, candies, con fectionarv, fruit-, etc. Good-city. delivered anvwhere in the Tho wife of Dr. Dio Lewis is some- J thing of a heroine in Xew. York just 4 now. A tramp walked into the din- I ing-room where she was alone the I other day, ami demanded that she ' tcrvc him with a first-class meal. She seized a revolver in one hand, took the ' tramp by the ear with the other, and , escorted him to the door. 64 MAIN STREET. -a- ...... w SURGICAL INSIIIUIt. jl. jsro'WTJiisr DRESSMAKER, Elliott's Block WHOLESALE GROCER CO " Corner Douglas and Laurence, stairs. Room No. 2 up j in j e; ifc o (frtcorpostttcrf January 14, 1881) 4 NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS. W 1 wwwwwww. The tempeiauce meetings at Dodire City on Sunday were addressed by It. 15. Welch, of Topeka, formerly presi dent of the State Normal school, and Kcv. A. 11. Campbell, without dis turbance The speakers refrained from casting iiic-brands and the audi ence from exploding. The Mutual Union Life Insurance Compauy threatens to sell the Madi- fron Avenue Congregational Church, New York, to secure a mortgage. This is the church which has attracted eo much attention for three months because of the quarrel over its pastor the Kcv. Dr. Newman. Senator Hawley, of Connecticut, fays that he wishes the next presiden tial campaign could be passed over by general consent and let President Ar thur continue in the White house for the next four years without any contest. SPECIALTIES: Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears, Surgery and Deformities. e. "sr. ivr.TXK'SEr.ij, :m. :d., Proprietor anil Surgeon in Charsre, 58 North Main Street 1. S. Cnt.nrrli ot the Xoe, lliroat mul K.irs cured I13 :i mild ami uw iiiiicess. Will she rtllef.ut once. Cures rriunnent huiI guarm- li e-1 or tho iaie not undertaken. IfiXTON 1 I Coai lards, 83 Donsilas Avenue, near Depot. TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS. EJ o cx a o fmwiffft an Zl -1' as o 2 Q HO 9 & -3 K CO CO 5 SO a CD 4k 5r 2 ' cd aew vrruviff' a. w.outxb; C-A. 1" M. W. IJtVT, CHkkr WAIXM,JU. Cwktor. B?&S2--?. WiqHLTA NATIONAL- BANK, ,-CM -J 31 g, W7CCXSSOR3 TO WICHHTTA B.lsr: ORGANIZED IS lTi. Paid-up Capital, l .TtWtVK. JOHS IAlOX. $125,0.00 OIRCCTOIIS: S. H. KOnS, A. W. OLIVER, " M. W. LKW, X. F. XIEUESLANDER, W.R. TUCKER. LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE. Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business. Eastern xndToreiqn Exchange bought and sold. IT. S. Bonds, of all denominations, bought and sold. 1-tf County, Township and Municipal Bonds bought. B. LOMBARD. Jr.. VraMtnt. jas. i.. lombari; vic-iTw't. L, 1.SKlXSKR,CMfcr. UKO. K. I1ULTOH, 41Cidil. t i .. s Kansas State Bank. Paid-up Capital, - - - '- '$52,000 J.P.ALLEN, J.I. ALLEN, GEO. E. SPALTON, DIRECTOBS: JAMES L. LOMBAIU), B.LOMBAUDtJrn II. (J. DAY, L. l. SKINNER. Receice Debits, Make Collections, Bug and Sell Exchange, and trans act a General Banking Business. , f COiaiiES'O " 3D353SrO?S: JESUP. PATOS JtCO., JBWHIUms St.. N. Y. NATIONAL HANK , OK AMKUICA. Chl". BLACtfeTONK NATIONAL HANK. lltuu. MKKCHANTS' NAT'L HANK. hiu Uty Kansas National Bank. No. 30 MAIN STREET. COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY. A Loans Monev at Lcrest Bates. hsites Sight Brajls on all parts of Eurojtc, Bugs and Sells Gor't ami Munict'iml Bunds, ' ' Pays Interest on Time Deposits. Any Amount or HABTFOBD MOZSTEIT To Ij)n on llble REAL ESTATE -Uher FARMS or CI IV I'lOWKUry. & Connecticut Bates of Interest, jV& DIBECTOES. J.L.DYEK, It. II. ROYS, SAM'L IIOUCK, A. A, II. W. LEWIS, President. KOUT.K. LAWRENCE HYDE, Ca-hier. J. (). Davidson, Pre. S. L. Davidson. Vice-Pre". O. L. I AViiMN, Sec'y The Davidson Loan Co. VATD-UP CAPITAL, $00,000. Money Always on Hand to Loan on .Improved Farms and City Property. OKFICK WITH CITIXKN.4 RANK, Nortlit WlPllltfl lTanftS tl CnirrMnln Strot nn.t DoiirIiw Atomic, f 1LI1IU1, UttUatW. W 6-lf J. M. ALLEN & CO. (SUCCESSORS TO ALLEN .v TITLMCER.) .Wliolesale and Iktail. : If Ji GROCERS CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, A free-trade democrat tried to worm himclf into the wool-growers eonven vention becausu he was the owner of n hvdratilic ram. MEN OF MARK Attorney-General Brewster is said to have one of the rarest Hiina collec t ion in this country. It is said General Graut uow reg; vs that he did not give his boys toy pis tols when they were young. Physicians have ordered Dio Lewis to srivo un all brain work. lie will do as they turned i nothiug but edit his magazine now. MRS. KLENTZ DKALF.R IN MILLINERY: And Human Hair Goods, Announces that he will not be under sold by any establishment in the city for the next two months, either at wholesale or retail. Next Door South of Woodman's Bank. Ficht & Drescher, Carpenters & Builders. ST.? tncbett'they wou.d lose LalV tiicir ' , A discriminating exchange remarks bard Barings for years. that Lawrence Barrett may not be as , handsome as Henry Irving, but his Tho Chicago Inter Ocean thinks iegs are mates. , th v- VnrL- liiismpsa inoti .riv. Mr. Van Pliou Lee. a Giucsc gradu- of President Arthur, aud declaring it ' i,cake. j tho highest wisdom to re-uominnte j A yo &talc after jnakh R lum at the June convention, produced spccc'h in ,10 hDUSL., runs 0ut and puts a profound impression in Chicago. J his par to the ground to hear if the That Arthur could not harmonize the J earth shakes. warring elements in New York has' Governor Hamilton and several j been the chief argument used against geudsc. pounds of hsh in him throughout the West. The action afteninou. The governor caught the i the citv Manv rne re-itieuce3 are to b , of the leading business men of the first fish, a line black bass. i !'"!!t.. thi'! ' r not raniempMias - . . 53" OiiisIts the German Grocery, near cor ner of Market street. i-tf Greiffenstein's 7th Addition, T!ie Xoii PesiraWc Re?iiieB Lois I ' o o CD & GO a m r m CD H m o m 2 O - i Wichita City Roller Mills! 03 CO w CD CO CD -S CD P- C5- A1WD ELEVATOR. KSIAHLISIIhl) Kl MANUFACTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS: IMPERIAL, - (Roller Patent.) WHITE ROSE, (Extra Fancy.) X. L. C. R. - - (Fancy.) Thee liramls have heen on the inn r Lets ljt. West, North anI South Tor ten yearn, ami t.aire won an enrlable reputation wherever Intro'lcwd. To try them I to aj with thm We are .i!wayi In the market Tor wheat at highest cih jirice SHELLABARGER, IfvfBODEN & OLIVER. utu 1 JHmBtUHMBRKa t I i H. W KENDLE, Ari'l Dealer In HOfifc CLOTH, AMI METALLIC III RIAL CASES, AinD CASKETS. HOBES. OLOVEB, CKAPE, ETC. j Hole two 3ne hear. A private telephone dlrert to Ulelilta Cmetery. Office alwayi ten J 03 Ionsla Arennx. Wiehlta, Kana. Prompt elttttlion to VrdTt fy Teligrafk. j - Manufacturer of the cflchnttcil MARBLEHEAD WHITE LfME. BLINDS. LATH ,? Hi T Ninety-seven per cent, pure Lime. Two ImrrrU will yo n far n three "f any other Lime. LonisTJllt Cemtot, MicMgan Floctcr and Hair, alwiyi on haad. H0LL0WELL & D0RAN , Are to the front with the I-nie.t, Xeate"tf Xnblh't ami (Jlcop't line if CLOTHING! ECA.073, CAJ&3 &c TJEylSnSUIITO- Q-OOJJS i3r Tiarin cxtit. & WILLIAM KASSEL! Has the Rnl Line of DIAMONDS, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES! (FINE JEWELRY, COLD CHAINS, SET RIHCS, great metropolis will have great weight ninons- tinuKintr men. every tiay A. cable dispatch sav: "The khedive t is saillv in need of 8.000.000." Then - Imlliilnsr houUl secure xjme of thi-t yroi-eit at ' once t'rlees reotonaule Termseajy. strengthens tho opinion that Arthur j put him on the tetired list of the ar- . J would come nearer uniting the entire I y ojl Grge W. Childs get up a uartv than anv one of the great names , . . mentioned for tho office. 4 . HKic coiim, has wr.tten to at. UKai , j American friend deploring the death t- -.. i ii ti.n wni nvnr ' of Charles Keadc, whom he call his written to R. MATTHEWS, DENTIST, HOLLENBEEGERI( TEMPLE BLOCK. sTOVEItJtnACHTEt., . Cootracton andliniltleo, on First treet, wet of Connty building. Teeth extracted without pain. Fine gold flit-i JOB MLt. iR;wa.srclaltj ArtlQcial teeth Irora J3Wto, one pair of fine carrias bnre, well 'match- i DENTIST. - .a - ... i ., .A ( I'-. IT I.I.U.V . . ... .r ,.it .!- i.i r-:.i V !.:... VAM o.wi j.;c :"'w. " r" """?. "!f '" '-" "???' t w,pw""r., ."""E "..""' . fii,MUmirar' nnpirill ' H3U ulu """" "' "" "' auu "" wiwpias Tenue, icniu, jvac-.-u. r-v-u 'broke. Al one new pnjeion. win ten on the eyes of the W ool-growcrs, nor i ill . , n.illl;r.1b0 brother in the art. ; . -. - : - . Um with anrroved cari:r. Kn.i3ir- at tar . they long he able to feed enough tally He pronounca, him essentially lovable 1 VreWtu ' JS, ornc i. $? twU Tw'S." to the sugtir producer. and essentially aud modestly good. ; kv jltock wiehlta, Khna 2-:r ! f BRACELETS, ROLLED COLD AND PLATED CHAINS. No. 88, Douglas Avenue. . , - j VfitHr CLOCKS,. SPECTACLES IN GOLD, SILVER Douglas Avenue, IMwccn HmylhV and Wllac'V itnph'tnrnt Hoii. ---- - - ' -. , . i i - (. KIMMI'.IM.K C L MhAM. Kimmerle 6c Adams, WICHITA MARBLE WORKS !nufrrtrerof att'J Dealer to M5HBTS, T0IBSTo)ES. USTLKS X9 TAttl TOR, I20H 7S2TCI17S, 2UILDn?a ST02TI, PIPBC FJ CITT XillB, JIAIH, P ANTKK & CKMKN.T. 5 eOJJto.strrt,lttwern Kir.t tJ etonl. VJblU. 1-U J AND STEEL. OUR SOLID AND PLATED; SILVERWARE. - Lawrence's Brag Store. CLOTHING HOUSE Handles a Complete Line of Clothing-, Hats, Gaps and Furnishing Goods -iactA iVi.xmaAiii.K- '. Fraak f. Weir, Frkz Sailxkr'x tM SUwL 5 3 JT1 - I 5 ; ft ft H . fc ' V '4 a.. 3 hi ititnfl. v&yiM -