The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 02, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 21, 1891 Page: 1 of 4
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NORMAN, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, SATURDAY. MARCH 21, 1891.
published every saturday.
- At Norman, Oklahoma.
The recent weather only convinces
some people that after all the ground
hog knew his business.
The Oklahoma county teachers'
association meets in regular session ut
Edmond, on Saturday, March 28.
More coin has already been plant-
ed in Oklahoma than was planted
during the entire season here in 1890.
An urgent need in Norman is water
works. Why can't the Board of
Trade take the question under advise-
According to a statement in a
late issue of the Kingfisher Democrat,
the indebtedness of Kingfisher county
is over $18,000.
A reduction in sugar duties takes
effect on the first day of next April
and the consumer of sugar should
then get about three pounds more for
a dollar than at present
TlftftlBLI flood* iii the east and
south, snow storms and blizzards
generally all over the west, should
convince the people here that after
all they are well off iu Oklahoma.
In compliance with the provisions
of chapter fifteen of the Territorial
statutes, Governor Steele has de-
clared Oklahoma City to be a city of
the first class and called an election
for the various city officials on April
Norman, as the location of the
Territorial university is receiving fa-
vorable notice from many outside
sources. No sensible person can
deny but that the institution will be
of great and lasting benefit to not
only the city but the entire county
Secretary Mahtin has disbursed
upwards of $150,000 and his reports
. 'iave been found by the authorities
rnt W ashington to be correct in every
n pcct. Oklahoma certainly is in
luck in having such a careful and
painstaking official in charge of the
Thf Stillwater Gazette now under
the able management of Murphey &
Reese, has been enlarged and other-
wise much improved lately, The
Gazette is a live exponent of the in-
terests of Stillwater and Payne
county, and its publishers deserve all
The second anniversary of Ok-
lahoma's settlement will soon be
at hand. In this connection it is
worthy of mentioning as an un-
disputable fact, that in the history of
the entire country no section can
show as great development iu the
same short space of time.
The homeseeker, anxious for a
chance to settle in the new countries
can best serve his interests by putting
in his time henceforth at sti-adj
work. He can scarcely hope to get
into the new lands until next fall and
the proper thing for him to do will
be to raise a crop or otherwise em-
ploy his time for future benefit.
The Chickasaw Chieftain as it now
reaches us, is in every respect a
model newspaper. The Chieftain and
the Ardmore Courier have been con-
solidated and the new paper, under
the able leadership of Bro. Me Adam,
is simply par excellence. May its
evident prosperity long continue.
Fruit culture in Oklahoma will
certainly be an industry that will pay.
Everything points to the fact that
we have here just the climate and
soil necessary to successful fruit
raising and the settler who wants to
be rated as a prosperous farmer
should not neglect to plant good or-
The new Indian country does not
seem to be openingup to settlement at
a very rapid rate and it is very prob-
able that it will at least be mid
summ r hefore the anxious people
will be allowed to take possession,
and unless we mistake all signs, the
Pottawattomie lands will be the first
Horse thieves still ply their ne-
farious business in Oklahoma, and
we presume, will continue to do so
^ long as the opportunities to secure
good animals with ease and little
danger, are afforded. A good ap-
plication of lynch law in certain
THE NEW LANDS
When opened up for settlement
the new Indian lauds will be gov
erned by provisions enacted by con-
gress as follows:
Sec. 32. That the school lands in
the Territory of Oklohoina, by this
and former acts of Congress, may be
leased for a period not exceeding
three years for the benefit of the
school fund of said Teiritory, by the
governor thereof, under regulations
prescribed by the secretary of the in-
Sec 33. That before any lands
in Oklahoma are opened to settle-
ment, it shall be the duty of the sec-
retary of the interior to divide the
same into counties which shall con-
tain as near as possible not less than
nine hundred square miles in each
county. In establishing said county
lines the secretary is hereby au
thorized to extend the lines of the
counties already located so as to
make the area of said counties equal,
as near as may be, to the area of the
counties provided for in this act. At
the first election of county officers
the people of each county may vote
for a name for each county, and the
name which receives the greatest
number of votes shall be the name of
Provided Further. That as soon
as the county lines are designated by
the secretary he shall reserve, not to
exceed one-half section of land in
each county, to be located near the
center of said county, for county-seat
purposes, to be entered under sec-
tions 2,387 and 2,388 of the revised
These sections are here given:
Section 2387. Whenever any por-
tion of the public lands have been or
may be settled upon and occupied as
a towns!te, not subject to entry under
the agricultural pre emptiou laws, it
is lawful, in cuse such town be in-
corporated, for the corporate authori-
ties thereof, and, if not incorporated,
for the judge of the county court for
the county in which such town is sit-
uated, to enter at the proper land
office, and at the minimum price, the
land so settled and occupied in trust
for the several use and benefit of the
occupants thereof, according to their
respective interests; the execution
of which trust, as to the disposal of
lots in such town, and the proceeds
of the sales thereof, to be conducted
under such regulations as may be
prescribed by the legislative authori-
ty of the state or territory in which
the same may be situated.
Section 2388. The entry of the
land provided for in the preceding
section shall be made, or a declarato-
ry statement of the purposes of the
inhabitants to enter it as a townsite
shall be tiled with the register of the
proper land office, prior to the com-
mencement of the public sale of the
body of land in which it is included,
and the entry or declaratory state-
ment shall include only such land
as is actually occupied by the town,
and the title to which is in the United
States; but in any territory in which
a land office may not have been es-
tablished, such declaratory state-
ments may be filed with the surveyor-
general of the surveying district iu
which the lands are situated, who
shall transmit the same to the general
Its Aims and Objects, its Influoneo
and Benefits, its Origin
[Br O. n. Shears, p.o.,1
Continued from lu*t w«clt.
Pronounce not the vows we ask,
you hear all this, you consider it well
but you never waver, you draw
not back, such is woman's courage
and humanity. We welcome you,
therefore, to duties so honorable, so
peculiarly adapted to your loving
hearts and sympathizing natures.
Through long, long years you cheered
us onward, rejoicing in our pros
perity and blessing our labors. Ad-
vance now with us by receiving this
degree, which we have established as
pledge of our confidence in your
destroy. Write your names by kind-
ness and charity on the hearts of
those you come in contact with
through life, and you will never be
forgotten. And in view of this let
me exhort you to take the pure prin-
ciples of the order; cherish them in
your hearts and practice them in your
lives. Let friendship be ever in
your manly grasp, love beam kindly
from your eye, truth dwell in your
heart and on your lips; and as your
badge of honor, bear about with you
wherever you go, always open to the
inspection of trie world, this jewel,
friendship, love and truth, benevo-
lence aud peace to all mankind and
to the glory of our Heavenly Father.
The creditable manner in which
the fanners of Oklahoma are prepar-
ing for the coming season's crop,
goodness and fidelit}-, and we will ...
, , ... . .. 4. I shows that they are here to stay and
therefore, hold for vour imitation the , J ....
make the country generally blossom
goodness of those whose modesty and
worth, whose domestic and public
virtues prove thera women indeed.
For woman's work is to do good;
men need banding together to stimu-
late their better affections; but in
woman benevolence and humanity
are spontaneous in entering into
closer union with our order. There-
fore you need only follow as before
the promptings of your ever ready
sympathies, to perform its duties ami
fulfill its obligations in your families
and neighborhoods, wherever misery
can be relieved, want supplied or sor-
row consoled, there- is the work of a
Daughters of liehekah, aud in return
for the aid you bring us, we pledge
duty and devotion to you, for at no
time has woman been excluded from
our cares or labors; rather for her has
our order been founded and im-
as a rose. Faith, backed up with
stout hands and level heads, will ac-
complish wonders in any clime and the
earnest workers here will reap their
rich reward iu the near future.
TO THE FARMERS!
You know us, you know also, most of you, that we sold you goods
last year for less than you could buy them any where else, but
this year we can do very much better for you, from the fact that
we carry the largest stock of General Merchandise in C'levelaud
East Main St..
Norman. 0. T.
We are Prepared to
Secretary Noble has granted
permission to Buffalo Bill to engage
one hundred Indians for his Wild
West show. If Buffalo Bill or some
other uotable would take possession
of all the wild Indians there would be
hut little complaint from the people.
The demand for farm land in
Southern Oklahoma is steadily in-
creasing, thus showing that the
people appreciate a good country and
community as a place of residence.
Now if that free seed only gets
here before the middle of next sum-
The papers of Cleveland county,
regardless of politics are advocating
the voting of $10,000 bonds for the
State University which was located
at Norman by the legislature. This
is a most important matter and we
believe the people of that count}' re-
alize it without any talk from us.
At least we hope so, and believe the
bonds will carry without any trouble.
It is a chance to get a good school
cheap, which may not happen again
iu years.—Purcell Topic.
While conversing recently on the
subject of business, Ex Speaker lteed
showed that his head was level on
that -subject when he said: "Ad
vertiseinent is the absolute pre-requi-
site to the sale of goods." Oklahoma
still contains a few people whose
miuds have bo far failed to properly
grasp this fact.
The Rock Island railroad com-
pany evidently desires to encourage
the raising of broom com in western
Oklahoma, 'l he company offers to
furnish the Canadian county farmers
with seed at cost price and on nine
months time when desired.
Land contestants who are com-
promising their differences and thus
avoiding costly litigation and trouble,
are doing wisely. It's very much
better to get a half loaf than to
starve and die while fighting for a
In the cities where it is now being
tried as an experiment, the free de-
livery postal service is satisfactory,
nd it is probable that in the near
localities would doubtless do much | future universal free delivery will be
uward* abating the evil I accomplished
proved. For wife and children ' mer the needy farmers will appreciate
rather than for self has the husband
and father given it his labors and his
means; for them has the largest por-
tion of our benefit been provided
When her partner in the household
is laid on the bed of sickness, for
her we pay the benefit; when she is
weary with watching at his bedside
send brethren to relieve her;
when death removes him we give her
double what he is allowed when she
is taken away, and when the widow's
home is her's with its loneliness and
gloom, strong hands and warm hearts
form a protection around her, to sup-
ply her wants and cherish her and
hers, for the sake of him to whom
they pledged their love, failing not
when life has perished. Living still
beyond the tomb, but now, more
than ever, if possible, do we pledge
our means, resources and powers to
promote your welfare and secure
With such teachings within our
temple and leading to corresponding
practice without, our order will with-
stand all the shocks of opposition
and the changes of public opinion,
and grow firmer and stronger in its
moral power until the wreck of
matter and the crash of worlds
changes our theater of action to one
of repose and our labor to reward.
At Lowest Living Prices, With-
Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour, Feed, Hardware, Pumps,
Tinware, Cutlery, Machinery, Agricultural
Implements, and Barbed Wire Etc.,
«y .13. MiLaumE,
[First published in the Norman Thansc'IIT
Feb 2S, 1)1. |
Notice For Publication
Land office at Oklahoma City. O. T. /
February 1N5U. f
Notice Is hereby given that the fol-
lowing-named settler has tiled notice
of his intention to make proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will bo made before Register and Re-
ceiver at Oklahoma City, O. T., on
April 7, 18511. viz: John F. O'Connor
for the no i see. 4 tp.!) n r II w.
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of, said land, viz:
John O'Conner, Geo. OVonner, James
Taylor, Owen ilooney, all of Norman,
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of such proof, or
who knows of any substantial reason,
under the law and the regulations of1
the Interior Department, why such
proof should not bo allowed, will be
tfiven an opportunity at the above men-
tioned time and place to cross-examine i
the witnesses of said claimant, and to |
offer evidence iu rebuttal of that sub- j
mitted by claimant.
13-18 J no. H. Bukfoiid, Register. |
West Main Street,
Norman, O. T.
To Whom it May Concern :
Notice is hereby
James Brown & W. P. Ware,
has made application, filed their pe-
tition and bond as required by law, iu
the office of the clerk of the board of
couuty commissioners of Cleveland
county Oklahoma Territory, and paid
to the county treasurer of said eounty,
the sum of for the purpose of ohtain-
And now to conclude, let me say a '"tf a license to sell spirituous and malt
, . i . .i i i « , , liquors at retail at the village of Not
word in regard to the book of hooks nmn i„ county and Territory,
which is the foundation and precepts
Agricultural Implements, Eto.
—Every farmer should buyor . of-
Clark's Cutaway Harrows.
The best tool for farmers use on eit
Call ancl Examine.
of our order, and the only real and lFlr' t polished in the Norman Tuanscbiit
, • . , , ... 1881.]
enduring truth; for the things which Notice
are seen are temporal, but the things
... , * U. S. Land Office Oklahoma City, t
which are unseen are eternal. lhe January is. imii. s
Complaint having been entered nt thin of-
blble IS therefore placed Upon our flee by H. J. I .ur ranee uirn Inst S. J. IIiii.I f. r
.... . . nbnndoning homestead entry No. 6801. dated
alter because it is the foundation of April i. im. upon the si: , sc.-. u tp.« v u.
, . . . 1 \W I. M. alleging that said Hunt lias wholly
our instructions, the fountain of our abandoned Mild traet and changed hi* resi-
dence therefrom for more than six months
storehouse; and most of our emblems since making said entry ond next prior to
. ... the date hereof, that said tract is not settled
are found within its pases. No lodsre upon and cultivated by said party ns required
, ,, " by law. with a view to the eanceliation of
can hold Without it. It teaches of said entry, the said parties are hereby sum-
~ . r . . , . moned to appear nt the U. S. land ollice, nt
God and his r •Itherhood, of man and Oklahoma City. o. t. on the 5th dnyof March
...... ,, , „ A. 1).. 1*91. at # o'clock a. in., to roHpoud and
his brotherhood, as well as the first furnish testimony concerning said alleged
and great command, and the second Jno. H Hi bfoud, Register,
commandment, waich is like unto it,
on which commandments hanL
law and the prophets.
Give this emblem value by all Odd-
Fellows of every sect and creed, and
in view of our certain morality all
neco its teachings of future life, as-
sured that mau must die, and we de-
sire to be assured that the ever living huL'ntbmou*^ n
God is oar father and will make us gjj"suidiand,vir: u.w^Thoi
the sharers of his Immortalitv and
nil tbo [First Published Feb. 14.1
1 , NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ollice at Oklahoma City, \
Feb. it. 1MU. f
Notice Is hereby given that tlie following
named settler has filed not ice of bis Inten-
tion to make final proof in support of bis
claim, and tbut said proof will be made be-
fore Register and Receiver at Oklahoma city,
O.T.. on March 27th. N l, viz: Charles F.
braden who made II K o--\ Out brie, O. I.
Land Ollice for the S E 1-4 see. 28, twp. 8, N R
. _ ,u Tuanscbiit
Idarch 11th, 1691. |
Notice for Publication.
March tith. I 91
Notice Is hereby given that the lollou
lamed settler has filed notice of her in
ion to make fluid proof in support of
luim. and that said proof will he made
ore Frank 1\ < 'ease, probate judge of (1
and couuty.Oklahoma Territory.at Norn
>ii April ti. 1881, vis: Mar) B. utnu tor
i e >, sec. PJtpDn r 2 w.
She names tlie following witnesses to pr
ler eontinuoiis residence and cultivatio
aid land, vivs:
Thomas R. Waggon
March 25. 1MM, vis: Stephen P. <arnah
the .S Mi sec, 1 tp. 0 N It I W, I. M.
He names t be following w it uesses
his coiitinunii* residence upon and
tion of. said land, via:
Henry W. Stuart. Arthur fcoomli
R. Smith. It. P. Haas, all of L«
Any person who desires to.
the allowance of such proof, or w ho kuo
. for I
o yrove |
bs, Percy I
on. O. T. i
Livery and Feed Stable,
OSCAR ORME, Proprietor.
nt ial i
liter the la
*1 m .of the I
- such proof should not be allowed, will h. „.
. en an opportunity at the above mention.
,• | time and place tocrosK-cxiiiniuethe witness
of said claimant, ami to olfer evidence in r
s buttnl of that submitted by claimant.
1 j Jno. H. HcuroKD. Register,
1). l. l
dward P. IiirIc. [Pi
. all of Norman. Ma
i u who desires to protest against
iiowauee of such proof, or who knows of
Ubstinitial reason, under the law and Land Oflic
rst published iu the Nurmau Thanbcuiit
reh 21 1W1.J
N OTICK FOR I'rilLICATON.
mild not l c allowed, will h
given an opportunity ut tlie above mention*-
time ami place to croM-exaniiue the witne,
of said claimant. and to oiler evidence in ri
hutlai of thut submitted by claimant.
Jno. H. bt uroitti. Register.
[First published in the Norman TbaKSCHHT
Notice of Publication.
Oklahoma. O. T. /
Feb. 21. lfl90. t
Notice is hereby given that the folio
nnmed seltler has filed notice of her inlc
to make linn! proof in support of her e
and that sni.L> proof will be made I..
Reuister and Receiver I.'. s. Land Offlc
Oklahoma City. O. T.. on May 1st. IMii.
Register and Receiver at Oklahoma C
T. on Muy 1st, l-.il, viz: Henry M. ('i
the lot 4 audc nw \ nw n«
Prices reasonable and best Turnouts
in tlie city.
IrifCome and see us when you want a first class 4Rig
North Side Gray Street. : Wagon Yard in Connection.
Laud OfTiccut Oklahoi
Notice is hereby tri
named settler has file
to make tinal proof ii
and that said proof u
probate judge of ( le
man. O. T. ou March
holloa for lots 3
ti*>u of, said I
Daniele Kamlolph. I.
R. Made all of Nohl.
Carey-Lombarcl Lumber Co.
D ACERS, Manager,
e.n ion |hc ,ll|,,,w,ll,e® «f
^ He nam.
d 4 i
s the following
f his i
ipport of his claim, the reguli.
be made before the why 8llch p. „.
imii i . CiVh' k.'ven an opportunity at the above mentii
IMJ1. via. John Mill- ,i„l(. and plaee to cross examine the
'>uw'« sec. 1 tp s r ,„**«, of said claimant and to olfer evid.
in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant
!d cuiuva" 2- -' JoilM H. ItrHFOHD. Ketlii
(ids, A. J. Potts. J. I
or who knows,
ler the law
[First published iu the
I Notice for JTrlication.
Laud Office ut Oklalu
f Noble. O. T.
Any person who desir.
kL. the alio ' "
And now to the brethren of the
order, I would say that on you will iden
mainly depend its future welfare and
prosperity. Remember that thou-
sands breathe, move and live, pass
off the stage of life and are heard of
no more. Why is this? I answer it
is because they did no good in the
world, none were blessed by them,
none could point to them as the in-
strument of their reformation; not a
line they wrote, not a word they
the regulations of the Interior Department,
why such proof should not be allowed, will
he given an opportunity at the above men-
tioned time and place to cross-examine the
ps of said claimant, and to offer ev
in rebuttal of that submitted bj
17-22 Jous H. Bcbfohd. Register
to protest against
ider the law
larch 14, l-'Jl. ]
Notice of Publication.
Land Office at Oklahoma City, t
March H. ll91. (
Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing
limed settler has filed notice of his intention
ke final proof in support of his claim.
John Deprew. J. A. W
Loving all of Norman. O.
Any person who desire.
the uilowance of such pro..., ... ™ ....... , r\m-— _ /u.i_i ^ City O T
| renruary 2, Ih9M
vllj • Notice Is hereby given that tbo foil
named settler hus tiled notice of his bit
to make linn I proof iu sup|>ort of his
.. .. and that said proof will be made befo
y judge, exoffieo clerk of the |
at Norman, on March 21. P-9i. vis:
McMahon who in i.le H F. l.'ll for tiieS U
ice. 2H twp. W \ of R U w.
names the following witnesse
his continuous residence upon an
tion of. said land, viz: T. if Wag.
II. Ferguson. J. 1), Maguire, ii. H. Jones, aii of
Norman. O. T.
■■ | Any person who desires to protest against
Land Office nt Oklahoma City. O. T, I i tlie allomi.ioc of moh proof, ur who know.
February I", 1891, f Ur.y .uli.tantiyl reason, in,dor th law nn.1
Notice Is lirreby eivei. Hint lb,- follo. lim reit"l«tlon of tlie Inter or Department why
amed settler has fibnl notice of bis intention proof should not be allowed w ill be
o make final proof in support of his claim, Riven an opportunity at the above mentioned
nd that said proof will be made before tbo ,un
* ' ilttcco clerk of the |j '
iQflr) 6 A „
STEEL,", up* WIRE
Only WH ounces per rod. It runs L'C to 110
poiin>ti 'mi to the m.le than any other Wire.
Cables same size. Wiulo In Oalvnnlscd or
Japanned. The liRhtcut, strongest, best Wire
made. n'.nm k.miuhio
Diamond Trade Murk.
HS and FURNITURE.
tlie regulations of the Intcrio
why such proof should not bt ...
be given an opportunity at the above men
tioued time and place to cross-examine tin
witnesses of said claiinaut, and to olfer evi
deuce iu rebuttul of thut submitted by claim
Jno. II. Braroun, Register.
Palace Drug store,
GEORGE BLAKE, Proprietor
-A LARGE STOCK OF-
Notice of Publication.
Paints, Oils, Brushes. Toilet Articles, Perfumercs,
Fancy Goods, Fine Cigars, Wall Paper, Etc.
obate neases of said cliiimai
I March 81. viz : James M. i 1,1 rebuttal of that
!.Sltp. NHS W, j
and to olfer evidence
...itted by claimant.
John II. Buhpobd. Register
prescriptions carefully Compounded-
t- Norman, : : : Oklahoma.
s iiur wltn
aud that ... .
probate judge of Cleveland coi
man. O. T.. on April 21, 1* |, viz
Frasey for the nw 11 sec 27 tp 9 n
lie name* the following witne.
Ids continuous residence upon i
uttered could be recalled. Their tionof. said iami, via:
Edwin Kent. W. J. Kent. W.
light went out into darkness and Einery K. Cook.. all of Norman, O. T,
Any persou who desires to protest agniust
they were remembered no more than allowance of such proof, or who knows of
any substantial reason, uuuer the law and
the insect of vesterday. the regulutiousof the Interior Depart
J "h* «ioh proof ihoi
aid land, vl:
Ruben Hess. Wiilii
M. M. White, all of Norman. O. T.
Any persou w ho desires to protest agai
the allowance of such proof, or who km
of any substantial reuson, under the !nw n
the regulations of the Interior Depurtnit
why mian proof ahould not bs allowed, \
be given au opportunity at the above m
tioned time and place to cross-examine
witnesses of suid claimant, and to offer
deuce iu rebuttal of thut submitted by clai
JNO. II. Bl'BPORD, Registe;
iVtl'va* (First piihliahed iu tbo Norinun Tbanucbut
Feb. 28 'ttl.J
Notice for Publication.
Notice is hereby gi
amed settler has lib
i make final proof i
nd thut said pr '
' 21. 1-91. S
but the followhig
notice of his i
support of his claim
>ot will be made before Reg
. .it 1 Oklahoma ( ny on Apr!
7th. 1-91. viz; Solomon H lloguc who madi
, II. K. JI75 for the ue , scv :i tp 7 n r 1 w.
behind j-ou a monument of
which the storms of Lime can never
tinned time and ph.
virt hp Witnesses of sai.l . lain
dence iu rebuttal of tli
I to olfer evi-
itted by ' lain
Jko. H. BuarosD. Register
irst putilishcd in the N>
u. 31, 1-UI.J
Notice of Publication'
id land, v
Deen, I>eo. (tiles. E. Shugart, W. B.
Cleveland, all of Lexington. O. T.
Any [>eihon who desires to prptcst against
I the allowance of such proof, or who know s of
— any substantial reason under the law and
at Oklahoma City ) i regulations of the Interior IVpartmcnt. w by
January 21. 1191. < such proof ahould not l - allowrnl. will he
Nofice is hereby given that the following given an opportunity at the above mentioned niiUU'he StrC
named settler has filed notice of l.is Intention time aud place to cross-examine ti
to make ti mil proof in sii;>|.oi I of bis dan.i. es > d said claimant .> nd to.dfer
and thut said proof will be made before Reg- rebuttal of thataubiuitted by claimant. t(l> nf their sbuk
Ister and lUceivor Oklahoma o. T.. ou i Jno. ii. BUHFoim, Register. , iae l)l e OI lUHir sujcik.
G. W. Burlce h:«s just received h large consignment of Fruit and Or-
namental trees, and everything to be found in a first class nursery, of the
Finest And Best Varieties,
from the Glass Nureerv. Sedgewick county, Kansas, and those wishing any-
thing in this line will find it to their advantage to call on him ou Coin-
manche street, opposite Boston Store. He does not canvass the countiy
?u for orders and of course agents whodo must add the traveling expenses to
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