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?"" 'If 1 I i H L' u Sailyfljiagle M. M. MURDOCH, Edltr, riualncaa.' TUESDAY 310KN1 18S4 FOU MlKMnKNT, JAMES C. BLAINE. FOK VICE-l'KKSIDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN. Kor Congress SAMUKI. It. I'KTEKS REPUBLICAN STATE SENATORIAL CONVENTION. Adclepatccomentlon of the llepublicana of UieKM Kciiatorinl ilUtnctof Hie 8Uteof Kan mi will lie held In the cltj of Wichita, Kansas, on the rth Jay of July. 1N-J, at 10 o'clock a m , Tor the jiurjKise or placing in nomination a can didate tor Male senator, and electing a central committee for said district. Ibe convention shall be com)ioed of three delegations, one trom the fc'.Hh representative district, one Irom the !i:h represontatlve dis trict, and one -om the Ollh representative dis trict. .-aid representathe districts shall he entitled to representation lnsaidconeutioiias follows. One delegate and one alternate for each one hundred Mrtci and a major fraction thereof cast In said district for lion. It. C Mns for judge, at the NoveimVr election. A U. 18s3. Upon such ImMs the c:itli representative dis trict will elect and he entitled to eleten dele gates nndelci en alternates, tlielKJtu repre-ent-atha will be entitled to nlue delegates and nine alternates, and theiilth repnipentatlve distiict to 'Ik'IiI delegates and eight alternates For the purpose of electing such delegations district com i nIlon will be held in said repre sentative illttrirts u the 12th da of Jul), list, at a o'clock r M , as follows. In the sutlr reprei-erilallve dUtrlit at the district court room In llicciU of Wichita: in the !Wth repre m ntatlve district at the school-house in west Wichita; In the tilth reiirc-eulalite ilUlrlctat the court-house in the ity of liiugiuau. The several Htrict conventions aliove-n lined shall be conqMi-ol of delegate chosen in the several wards and townships at primary con tentions to he held for snrh jiurpo, under the direction ot the Uepnl-llcan central ( ommlttee manforthe town-hipor ward, at the hour or 2 o'clock r M.. on the Sth day of July, lbJ bald primaries shall he field at the usual place of holding election", and each township or ward shall be entitlid to repreentatlon in such district com eutinns as follows. One dele Kte and one alternate loresch twenty votes or major fraction thereof cast for Hon. II. C Sluss for jndtfe. t'jvou said basis the aforesaid district conven tion will be composed of delegates as follows flTI! DlnTKIr T. First Ward . . '. Mlnneha 2 vcond Ward ... .7 I'ayne .. .1 l bird Ward. . , 7 Keclil 4 hourth A anl 11 '.rant I. Wichita 6 Lincoln ." '."ru invrmrr. dvpsum . . 2 Waco 4 ltockfonl 2 Delano 4 Ja!et!i . . .1 Attit a . . . .2 Ohio 2 t'ardi n I'lain I N'lnncscah .. . 2 Crand Itlvir . 1 iola ... 2 Wurman ... I Kne ... . .. 1 Greeley 3 .Morton .. .. 2 Union ... 4 Alton . . ..2 Kaclo 3 Illinois 2 l'ark 2 'T1I lllSIIIKT Al eii 1 llural 3 lielmont . . . . 1 i Chikaskia .. . 2 MiiKmin . .. 2 Mnita 2 Krai 2 A alley . I Oaleslmrg. . 2 White... s llnoslir . I r.ennett . . .2 Ninncscnh 1 I llaglx 2 Ihchland 2 1 It WA I.r., Chairman C W.JIYI.ItS tcritarv Senator InptUas (he ticket nomi nated is invincible. IVcMilent Arthur -out :t dispatch to the leader- of his forec at Chicago to make the nomination of lSlninc unani mous. Harry K In ley U the ICan-as mem ber of the coinmiltee to notify Mr. ISlainc and Con. Lo.in of their nomi nations. HAT AND PLUME. The b.tdfie of this camjiaifju, the -i;rn by which we -hall conquer is the Illume. Wc Mifrgc-t that the Wichita ISlainc ttini I.ojran ilub adopt a hat and plume for tlieir uniform. As ct no other orjraniation i:: iiie United States has cjiu-'Iit on to the idea. FOR ONCE. For once in the history of partie- a leader of the people -eenres the nom ination for president, and for oucu the nominee for the second place was :i prominent candidate for the firit place, no in the event of death or dis aster to the bead a strong man will Mi 1 be left al thu helm. A NEW CANDIDATE. The new p-ipcr, fie Courier, at Kinsman, blinds out a second candi date from that eount lor slate eiiiitor in (hepcr-on of Captain II. II. Patten. Political wi-doin and local shrewdness would hive dictated ;t united action upon the pat t of the icpuhlicaus of that count). Il-uiuouy is very essen tial to the Micee . of any jjivi'ii locality without any i cfercn-c to the relative ability of- candidates. lion. Frank (lilletl had been heretofore urged Kingman's candidate, for that honor. THE KANSAS BANNER. L. D. Skinner eas that of the excit ing incidents occiining in the national convention, nothing awakened more unrestrained and wild enthusiasm than the appearance of the Kansas banner between the third and fourth ballot, bearing a rooster, the picture of lilaine. and "corn and w heat for the nation." In all his life he never wit nessed such a mad uproar. Kansas is just beginning to make hcrelf felt in national nlluirs. and soon she will be demanding cabinet and important foreign positions. ENGLAND SPEAKS. Tlndibii:itclips l cablu from Knjr liiiid Snttinl.ty nilit loncliinj; tlic iiomiimtioii f Itl.uno arc ory siffiiifi cant indeed. Tlux llO an tinmW t:ik:iblu fear tint Amcrict under lllninc Would be sure to maiitt :iiti her dijrnily ami dciiituid her rilith. The tlmii dercr, the Titiicj, the moiith-pieee of tlio Itiitish rowriimciit, s:ty : ltlaine's uomimliou will be received with Niti'faetioii. not only as beiiifr a most popular candidate, but the most conspicuous in respeet to politic-' in the rink- of the repub lican pnrtj, which ha done itclf honor by the nomination of i?o well known and a dNtinjiuKhcd man. If democrats could make up their minds to a definite, reasomble tree trade pol icy, thev certainly would secure more ,.yinpatiiy this-hieof the Atlantic than hitherto. Meantime wc congratulate the republic on the choice of a candi date so omiuenllv suited a Maine to represent and uphold thcdijrnitvof the Tnited State. The I'sill Mall Ga-ctte, a paper that reflects the coucIumoik of the average Johnny Bull, under the heading "A llcaconMicld lie ond the Sea," -ajs: "Maine"- nomination i- the nio-t notable event for England since Lin coluV a-a ination. Wherever Illume can oubt the British from posi tions they hold on the Ameri can continent, he will endeavor to replace Kngli-h influence and trade by America. Hi menacing in timation that he would disregard the Ciayion-lliilwer treaty is an evil augu ry for the future relations of England and America. His intervention in Peru was mo-t ominous, when he de clared he di-liked England to win com mercial triumphs in fields that legiti mate! belonged to America. Eng land will watch with extreme solic itude the progress of the campaign.'' TARMERS' FAIR. To tit Editor p Me Sajlr . The Arkansas Valley Agricultural society will hold it's 5th annual c.vposi tion on their new grounds adjoining West Wichita, one-half mile from the city limits of Wichita, on the 80th of Scptembcr,aud the lst.'Jd and 3d days of Octoler. The society now owns the grotiHi!fi,aud 1b regarded tm one of the permanent iuttitutjens nf Sedg wick coiutv:TlHe suercssthatlias attended thlStrferpiiwi Wiijf the pnst four years, girealhe officers and stock-holders great encouragc Hicuf.VUinarge hopea offt still more brilliant future. The grounds arc at a point easy of access from all direc tions, and with our six lines of rail roads leading into our city, will rtllord facilities from alLparts of this ,as -well as adjoining counties. It will be the endeavor of the citizens of Wichita vw and those immediately interested in our fair, to make all those who coma "feel at home." We anticipate a lar ger display in every department than was ever exhibited in the southwest. A Fine art hall will be enlarged and put in first class order for the preservation and protection of such articles as may be put on exhibi tion. Stock will be carefully provi 1 cd for with an abundance of forage ami water. The .track will bo im proved aud put In first-class order. Wc invite any aud all persons who have hoisci to train for the speed ring to use our track to train their horses, aud as it is the desire of the boeiety to have a first-class track, wc bhall be under obligations to any one for Miggcstions as to improving the track where it may be found defective. Hcnort to Jack Stow, near West Wichita school house, or to any of the board of directors. All arc invited to come. This is in tended to be made strictly a" fanners' fair "a farmers' holiday the citi zens' rest and the mechanics', mer chants' and students' recreation and relief from toil, where all come to gether to teach as well as to learn. Let it be the endeavor of everyone to contribute of their productions of the farm, of the shop and of their studies and research, so as to make this fair a model of excellence, represent ing the very best productions in the several departments anil in dustries of Sedgwick county. We are but the pioneer of future gen erations in science, agriculture aud textile industry. Ancient nations were rude and uncouth in many of their beginnings, as they present themselves to our notice, but their ef forts arc worthier of our admiration than of ridicule. It is incumbent upon us to transmit to succeeding genera tions the best achievements of our times, in every department of art-, sciences and agricultural improve ment, as evidences of our grandeur, diguitv and permanency. I). A. MrrviiKi.t., Sec'y. HOW TO GATHER INFORMATION. To tie t.'Jitor nf the Eagle. A few Miggestions to the younger reader of our paper, who have had the adwuitugc of an elementary educa tion only, and who may wish to im provo a portion of their leisure mo ments in trcasruiiig up useful knowl edge, may not he out of place. Each one Should provide himself with 11 Webster's unabridged dictionary a le-s comprehensive one is of little ser vice Then, when engaged in reading keep our dictionary near you anil do not fail to consult it as often as you llnda word who3o meaning or pronun ciation on do not know. Ily very little study the key to the sounds of the let ters can be mastered, and Ihcn any one that can read can determine the proper pronunciation of any word. Make it a point to carefully notice how public speakers and others pro nounce words: and when you hear words pronounced different from wh tt you were in the habit of pronouncing them, nolo them down aud refer to your dictionary, and ascertain the proper pronunciation, The dictionary must decide in all cases. In a short time ou will be surprised at the pro gress you have made ; you will Inve taken one step at leist towards im proving, ltcsides, it will beget a h ib it of close observation, without which but little cau be accomplished. Anoth er necessary thing to have at hand is au atlas or geography containing good maps. Whenever you rcadofaplac on can not exactly locate, look it up on your maps, and ascertain its lati tude and longitude and relathe situa tion, and in this manner fix one thing at a time in the mind. I wish to call attention to another important matter, viz : acquiring a knowledge of the English language in iU purity. Because grammar was a dry study to you while yon were at tending school, do not falsely conclude that the study of language is worse than useless and pride yourself in not knowing anything about it. A mere smattering of grammar will enable on to study language with great advan tage. Keep your mind refreshed on that part of grammar pertaining to false syntax. You observe that the expression, 1 ami him did so and o, is not correct. Then when joti have oc casion to use a similar expression he sure to make use of the proper one. Discipline yourself ih the use of the correct expression for week, or until the improper expression is entirely eradicated from your mind. The only way to successfully avoid the ue of bad language is to learn to lore what is proper and despise what is wrong. When you have corrected yourelf in the use of one bad expres sion, select anothc- and drill your-elt in avoiding it till you achieve a complete victory. Wheu ou catch Otirself using bad expressions chide yourself severely. Make your self familiar with the writing of re putable authors and notice how they express themselves. Because you can not perceive what you accomplish duriug the first week or mouth, never despair ' Wc perceive the shadow to have moved along the dial, but did not see it moving; wc observe that the gni has grown, though it was im possible to sec it grow. So the ad vance we make in knowledge, consist ing of minute aud gradual steps, arc prccoirable only after intervals of time.'' A. S. Austin. Eagle Township, .Itiue 5, 1884. Clav Center Dispatch: The Kansas Baptist, published in thU city, though a non-partisan paper, does Col. Msr tin justice in the following paragraph : "One of our temperance exchanges wishes that Col. Martin would tell the people just where he stands upon the temperance question. The editor ought to secure a few back numbers, of "the Champion. The Col. seems to us to define his position there. So long as the pastor, churches and wo men's union of Atchison feel safe in bupporting Mr. Martin, the rest of us ought not to be greatly troubled over the question." "BLAINE AND VICTORY." That was the motto the Pacific coast delegation had inscribed on the ban ners they carried from their homes to Chicago, and surely they have spoken in the language of the prophet. To them belong a large share of the credit for the nomination of Mr Blaine. The solid front iliey ever showed, and their unwavering cry for the "Plumed Knight," added streugth to the weaking delegates. aud he who was at loss to know which candidate to take soon learned that a man with such friends was bound to wiu and the hesitating w:.R won to their side. Kansas may also feel proud of the iart she took in the struggle and her people send greeting to the Pacific coast aud from the cry started by them in June, the men ol Kansas will re echo it back with 60,000 majority in November. Leavenworth Timet. The democratic scaudal-mougers who will open upon Blaine will re member that all their stuff has been used before. It was all sent to Maine in 1876, and the result was Bainc's unanimous election to mo uuitcu States Senate. Champion. W. G. IIACKEU. L. C. JACKSON HACKER & JACKSON, Wholesale and Hrtail Dealers In Colorado and Pennsylvania Anthracite, And all Vlmls of BITUMINOUS COAL! Also Stone, Lime, Cement, and Hair. Ft. Scott Flagging, Grey & Blue Stone. Oflice at nig Iliil Scales, No. 7t, Douglas A xe , .South Slile, Near I)eit. 1-tf .A.. SMITH, Contractor and Builder, SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St. KcslJenrc on I-in renc Aeuno, nrar Central Avenue. I'list-Onliv Ho IM it J. E. RICHMOND, Wagon nad Carriage Maker. DOKSAM. KINDS OK KKtMHIISU. IJitht Work a Specialty. With Klam AC.iIf. Market ctrrot. tontli of I)oiikI 'H""!!', Wichita, Kansas. tr F0K BOARD AND LODGING a-o to J. H. Killion's Restaurant, On Water street, one door north of Donglas Avenue. In the Werner lmlldlng- tf THIS SPACE BELONGS Snively, Munii I Wilhite -i iik Restless, Sleepless & Reliable Real Estate Firm I tio tn them Tor lnr(taln. Ilier drlie their own leniin, keep rikh! rarrlasrs, anil bhow their jiropeitri-lieerfnllv, and tiirj sell It too Writo Insurance, Do Conveyancing. Rent Housos, ttake Collections, & Fay Taxes. In hliort, ,la ilit rln. (no cnrlistone) hml ne. 53" Oiliee oer llnnlliip A KUhrr's IxxiW store. Main . street, Wlihlla, Kansas. IC-lm 56- Choice Lots! -56 FOR SALE In Turner's addition to the city. Prices Low. Terms Easy. Apply to J II. Turner, or Jocelyn A Thomas. Greiffenstein's 7th and 8th Additions This Is the mot desirable rvsldence property in lor city Prices Low. Terms Easy. SI. FELLOGG, Grain and Produce Commission Merchant. Chieajro markrt riort rerelred erry fifteen rulantrs from 'J.30 a x u IJM r x OSre under Citln-na ItanV. Wichita. Kansas Peel ers In praln and produce Intlted to nuke mr office their headquarters. d-J-tf J. F. STAFFORD, HEAI.ER IS Guns, Pistols and. Ammunition Hunting outfits rented oa rrivKubic term. CORNER FIRST .V M I.V. W1CHI TA. K tNSAv if. BUNNELL & ROYS, Real Estate! FARM LOANS, Fire and Life Insurance -AXD Agents A. T. k S. F.tainat- Lufc Monev always on hand to Loan at Lowest current rates. The oldest established Real Estate firm im the city. OUB INSCRAXCK AOENCT. Actus, of Hartford. te.lM.Ms German American, of Nw York 1.063,968 German!, of New Tork 1,700,7 Hartford, of Hartford 4,541, MO Home, of New Tork 7,438,65 Ina. Co. of North America, of FhUa.. ,071,8B6 IiT., Load., and Globe, of IlTerpool, 5,771 ,SW Phanlz. or Hartford 4.453,049 Underwriters, of New York S,6S8,7M The Equitable life, of New York 50,000,000 Kr0e In Hoys' block, npataixa, oxer Baak of Commerce, COR. DOUGLAS AND I.AWKENCK AV8 WICHITA. KAN. ,w EYE, EK, E -AND- t SPECIALTIES: , Mom, Throat, Catarrh, Cars, urajary and PafaimlUa. E. "ST. MTJIsraEZ.L, XtC 3D., VMpfUtor auatt aarsjsjsm In Chturaa, M JTorth atatm atnt P. S Catarrh or tha Moat, throat sad Cars cured by a mild and new process. Will (We relief at once. Cures permanent and (naran- teed or the case not vndsrtakeo. GOLDEN RLJLB STORE! ("Do unto others at it ,4, -, Our Stork, Silks, Cachemires, White Goods, la Complete. Prices at Oar Usual Map lu und Kt our prices before attendln, price, snow you good cheerfa We keep tb Jotau Kell) (Hochtxter, S. Y,) LADIES' & MISSEb FINE SHOES. Klfgiint ami perfect dtting. We are sole agent fur tb celebrateil Day State Shoe & Leather Company's Boots & Shoes. Heine; well known all over the country, they need no Mowing on our part. CARPETS! CARPETSI CARPETS! We are In u.eMlin or our second aupi'ly tbl prlcf of entirely new patUrM. ..The price will apeak for thU dirtmnt. A full Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods! We did not buy our ffood to keep 00 onr tbelree, but intead to ll them. We do not wlb to blow, bra or humhng, but will continue huaiaeea In the conecrratlTe way la which w darted. We promlt wdlte treatment, boneat dealluK. and tomlhera atrlctly to the Uoldea Rule i Nassauer & Hipsh, 122 Douglas Avenue, Wichita. CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY' LUMBER SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH Manufacturer of MARBLEHEAD Niuctv-cven per cent, pure Lime. ay other Lime. HOLLO WELL & D0RAN Are to the front with the Latest, Xealet, Xobbiot ami Cheapest line of CLOTHING! HTA.TV3. CAPS Se FURNISHrNTG GOODS XNT THE CITY. Douglas Avenue, Betweea Saaylh'a KiNeen & Sttckinger, Practical Plumbers, Steam 4 Gas Fitters. Gi Kit. SteMleJitgUeiilt-;a ri- Shop, oa DeswtM itmm Is Wenar's bulSllaa-, Wichita, Kaaasa. FoatoSca box 44S. WICHITA FOUNDRY AND Machine Shop ! NEAR IRON BRIDGE. B. If oFASXsAND, Fropr. EXTON Coal Yards, 83 Itagtai Arcair, tear VtfL TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS. SCHWERDFEGER'S Eagle Bakery. Fresh bread, pies, cakes, candies, con fectionary, fruits, etc. Good delivered rity. 64 MAIN auv where in Hie STREET. you would be done by.") (vintlaUeg uX Laces, Ribbons, Edgings & Novelties, Reasonable Figures. if upeclal or any i Ily. aad leave the other sale. We will post 70a in verdict to the public. line of the cerebrated WHITE LIME, Two barrel will go aa far a three of aad WaUaee'a ImpkaaeBt Howe. JA. STEDMAN General IfMwrance Agent r- I', - " at m. a. , immmmmiiam ana Accident; OwnOEMtDOWTLAS auentje, Orer Baimw' Drug Store lanot Atfttj ii tie Valley. tr EVERYTHING SOLD AT HIXj-E1 PBIOB At the CI1N1 CLiSING OUT SALE! To Begia Joae lit, at fcj. ilk Mi' Mmri Sterr, North or Woodman's Bask, west ride of Main street. 1-tf CHEAP CASH STORE Au iraruejue Boots, Shoes Juit opened out in the nice. Dew, lilit store of Citizens' Bank. BIG STOCK OF MEN '3. BOYS' AND MAUKKD OUT IN PLAIN FIOI'RES WAY HOWS At HardPan Prices. KEAD AND REFLECT I A GOOD ALL WOOL SUIT MADE SPLENDID FOR $7.50. Boots and Srioes Wilt be eoM at astonlahing low figure. Please call and ep my stock, and price. Ite member the place, one door wett of Citizens Bank. s i - YOURS VERY RESPECTFULLY, T. W. COVERDALE. MAJOR BROS. & HOLUDAY, Staple and Fancy Groceries, 133 DOTJOLAS AVEKTJZ. S. CORBETT, rreatdent. II. It. KIC1IAKDS. A. HISS, Vice WICHITA WHOLESALE Incorporated NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN Larimer 28 Main Street, IlKAI.KIW IX STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS! Wichita City Roller Mills! AND ELBTATOR. KSTAm.ISHF.ll 1S7I MANUFACTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS: IMPERIAL, ... WHITE ROSE, X. L. C. R. These bran At hare been on Ibe markrt Eat, Wt. North anl Rooth for ln jr, ami hfe won an enTtable retwtatlon wtterrrer tntrmlared. To Irr 'ni U to UT wltli Uin We are aleray la the market for wheat at hlfthret eh rrlee . SHELLABARGER, IMBOOEN & OLIVER. Anil HOfcD, to WILLIAM KASSEL Ha the KineM Line of DIAMONDS, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES ! r NaEaaaaaav bnnbV aanafiElaaaaW i EEaaaNaSantaBNaEaw FINE JEWELRY, COLO CHAINS, CTRINCa, BRACELETS,! ROLLED COLD AMD PLATED CHAINS. No. 88, Douglas Aybu). - aaVaaaaaVRRaBEs9aaaaaaam ' aaaaHBaaaaaBBaRaffam t "W. L.Mc3 SEDOWIOK OOUHTY , Abstrafctetj Abstracts of title compiled oa short motto. Fire, Life aiiTimiiliiirajce. Repnsei world. t sercn of the best CwatuKt the u. DBB8B1CAKEB, Klliott Block Corner DougUl anC Lawrence, suus. - Room No. 3 irp tat large tUH'k of and Clothing room on DouUi Acnue, one door wett CHILDREN'S SUITS Q00O8 DELIVBRED OR SHORT MOT1CK, lVrsMrt. J. II IIICK. sc and Tr. J T JOHNSON. GROCER CO ! S.i January 11, 1H3I.J STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS. & Stinson! Wichita, Kansas. - (Roller Patent.) (Extra Fancy.) - - (Fancy.) H. W KCNDLK Arxl Dealer In IMH, A IETAU1C F.IUUL CASES, AND CA8KET8. aOBZS. OVOXTM, CatAVE, BTC. I!m twoflaeheanee A prieau Uler-Kos rllrert nirhiutemetery. untce uwar opes t'J IKmikIu Atesue, n li-mia, uuu. Pnmft emUa fe OrOri If Teltjrmfk. CLOCKS, SPECTACLES IN SSLD, SILVER ANB STEEL, SSlll AH PLATES SILVEKWAHC Lawrme's Dnn Stor. P i 3 t?,l ; v-a.-rW4ar-r?.-.i Pw r m- r w at" ataf,, ?. Kt , t u. i aSs W Jm t zr' 3r ?V vJ 4? BOClSaOE3 TO 'VJ 1 '. WICHITA BJL1STKL Paid-up Capital, - - - W$$$ BIRlCTIISt "! .. S.H.KOHN, A.W. OUVB, M.WUtVT, .T.TTO- ; r.ajHatttLApKR, WTCCKER. JOHS DAV1DS4HC. LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE. . i-CSvli Doafltmeril: Eattern and I$rtifn Jttckmue bought ,1-tf n ' County, lhnuhip and Jtvnieipal Bonit UmfU. --'.jO 3 ...... B. LOMBARD. Jr.. lraaldBt. JA8. L. LOMBARD. Vlee-rTee't. Kansas State Bank. Paid-up Capital, - - - - J52.000 DIBEOTOR8: JAMES L. LOMBARD, J.F. ALLEN, J. M. ALIiEN, GEO. E. SPAI-TON, Jiectim Depotits, Mak Collections, act a General Banking Bitsinett. COimiSPO Jtflll'. FATON CO.. U Wllllema St.. Ii V. HLACatSTOXE NATIONAL BANK. Uoetoa. J. O. Daviiwom, Pre. S. L. Daviuson. Vicc-Pm. The Davidson Loan Co. PAJD-UP CAPITAL. IComj eilwsys en Hand to Loan oa OeKICK WITH CITIZKNH HANK, .SortbweU I .Corner Main (itreet aiwl IfcmglM Arenue. i r Bank of Commerce. (irATKIrXD A HAKTI.1CY.) Lsans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Srilisa, SeceiTM Tepotitt, Time and Bemaad, at Isknet Bnys and sell exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal mi.fl itvtutnrtt Itttnlcinn in all its branches. No. 17 Douirlaa Avenue. UODOLl'll IIATKIKLU. I'reeMent B Ii. ALLEN, Vice !reilent and Kiainln.r. . aar e t la a 1 , Tf VIfmiSara( HiKHK'i - WICHITA LAND AND LOAN COMPANY, OFFICE IN HANK OKCOMMEIICK IU OMS. WICHITA, 2cLA.21ra.ava'. CIT-IZE.NS BANK.,; OF WICHITA, ICAJSTSAS. N.W.Cor. Main St. A Douglas Are. " r Capital, - DIRECTORS : A. DltUMM. JOHN CARI'ENTKK, V. U. DAVIDSON, W.K. STANLEY, Iheranllal Ux-k of the lank I. one tinnlrt I owned lir New hniiand eaiiltall.l. aad aaln(- lmn woo renreaeai ai.ltUil aau aalii a nkealna 4ual t The bank will receive drimiilt. !nv anl ..II rlnv tk. la.lltutlun a bkeaina .uual l loareneral txnkliK betliir. We ihill imln"' In trenrtu-t all lnulmemlniaet aaaa a manner, and iimn tenna. .atl.falurT hi our trpnage J O. DA WtBfir, frmtdnl. K L UAViVnOH, TU'.l'r'm't. 41-tf Lombard Mortgage Co., LOAN NEGOTIATORS. o- -IN, KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDIN.G. .South-writ Corner of .ifaiti COMB AND GET RATBS, OK TALK LOANH. GEO. B. 8PALTON. BexsraUry. Kansas National Bank. No. COMMERCIAL .v limes Sight Drafts on all parts of Jtnrvjx, ' Buys and Sells (t'orJt and Jfuniciftul Bonds, I'ay ttitrrest on Time Deposits. Aa)r Awtiot of HABTFOED MONET To tjan on dlrul. MKAL SSTATK -it!"' rAKU or CTTY TtVn.1trtV PJT C'OHHCctirut Hate 'if Interest. Jf DIKECTOK8. L. DVEU, K. If. ROYS, SAM'L HOUCK, II. W. LEWIS, VrvMruL A. A. S. D. PAL LETT, IeaW- In NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER! X. - TJE3U 8HIWGI.E9, 330022.3 ae'BLTKDQ. i)fnrf ami Yanl Wt Ksl of Iujfla ATentie-, North Sltlc, Ner Bridge. Prooman & Peckham, Staple & Fancy Groceries! Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Etc. Highest cayJi jirW paid for prodaf. More food toUi tor IW aaaaaa I Beone-jr thai hj vny other ftna la tl part of the tr- ty South vl of MaJa Stmt, WJAIta, Kaaa. M. V. IMTt, CaaMar C.A. WALKKS, ASK. Ational bank, , Collecting & Brokerage Bnan and told. - t.. U.SUSXKEjOaafcleT. GKO. K. BrALTOX. Aaa'l CMaklav. It. LOMBARD, Jr., II. C. DAY, L. D. SKINNER. Buy and Sell Exchange, and tratu -I JOB3WTS NATIONAL lUSKgr. AUmm WCA. Cktoaca MKKCUAXn KATLataaR, I.Ave?' C.L DATriSS,l-a:r ' EJ0,00O. Imprortd 7rm aad City PNfsrty. Wichita ,Imm. Wlehlla, Km 1 a al m .. 1 1 f a a a. M. usHX,rcfUi. J. W HARTLKt, TreW. $100,CX30 H. L. OAV108U1. It. a CATW, J. O. DAVIDSON. tliaaii"l'l.IUr,.Ulr tkouaeyarl dollar 4 Mcb - nana, wno repreaeni oier eaat awnai - any lankln Ihmmi anr li.iimnr iiimm in we nuie. for.lcn nc( il..me.tl eeaae, aaaka In. ft rii.t"mr. ami enllelt a Uiae of JilHX r. BHUBti e)aee-. a x ttAriBuow.i 1. ?t .Street and Ihtuglui Artnut. - 30 MAIN STREET. BANKING A SPECIALTY. ROUT. K. LA WR KSCK. HYDE, Ca!ilrr. ty. oooda anirfml jaraaapuy u aa' Doairlae areaae. Third door waat 4-U 'a H f ', M ! . fcl f fr VizL r. 'g-V.Vg--'