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TET TO REVIVE IT
MOBRILL HER WANT A LITTLE
LIFE INPU8ED INTO HIS BOOM.
Hl6 Orffan at Kansas City Notes the Fart
That Cy Leland Is for Him Unless Ho
Voluntarily Ketires, and Declares That
the Sentiment Against Him has
Keached tho nigh "Vter Mark and
From This the Hiawatha Man Will
Steadily Gain The Trontman Itebel
llon at Topeka.
Kansas City, Mo., April 6. The Jour
lal, the Kansas City orgran of Morrill of
Kansas, has -the following "boom arti
cle" this morning for the governor of
tf t Is the opinion of the shrewdest poli
ticians In Kansas that the rebellion
imong the Kepublicas against Gove
rnor Morrill has reached night water
park, and that gradually, but surely,
the tide is turning. As the campaign
pens up more fully, it is discovered
that many men wiho have been counted
igainst the governor's renomination
ire in reality for him. As an illustra
tion, It has been heralded far and -wide
that Cyrus Iceland had abandoned him,
tnd -was searching about for a new
Man. This cheerful little romance was
exploded the other day when Mr. Ice
land stepped from under cover and an
nounced that he had his fighting clothes
n and that the only thing which could
Erevent the governor's renomination, in
is opinion, -would be his voluntary
R'lthdra-wal. Other political leaders
fvho liave remained silent while the re
bellion -was raising its storm of dust are
stepping quietly but firmly to the front
md announcing themselves in favor of
Ihe renomination of the entire etate
The entire opposition to Governor
Morrill is based upon one or two
pounds. Tho first is that he has wob
bled too much In dealing with the vio
lators of the prohibitory law, and the
second that he has not fairly distribut
ed the offices at his disposal. A well
known Atchison man probably touched
the right spot in replying to the latter
charge against the governor when he
said that the great mass of the people
didn't care a. continental who the of
ficers were or -where they came from, so
long as they capably and honestly per
formed their duties, and that the peo
ple -who advanced this charge belonged
solely to the office seeking class, -which
was not so numerous as the comic pa
pers would have us believe.
Upon the question of enforcing pro
bition, there is some basis for the dis
satisfaction. No one accused the gov
ernor of wilfully aiding or abetting the
lawbreakers or of holding anything but
the most consistent and immovable
temperance principles, but they differ
from him in judgment A great many
Df the best and truest men of Kansas
have been grieved at what they term
tire governor's vacillating conduct in
flealing with the cities of the first class,
but they go no further than to regret
ms utterances and condemn his acts as
Granting that mistake have been
made, the friends of the governor main
tain that they have been so overshad
owed by the good in his administration
that they sink from sight "When a
casting up is made, it Is discovered that
Governor Morrill has made good his
pledge to give the people a clean ad
ministration and it would require col
umns to detail the many reforms which
have been inaugurated by the governor
and other state officers, who are entitled
to a share of the credit Not only have
hundreds of thousands been saved to
the taxpayers, but for the first time in
the history of the state the almost in
calculable ramifications of the state
government are as thoroughly in hand
as the transactions of a bank or a busi
ness house. System has been applied
in every direction, and the affairs of the
state are progressing as smoothly as if
run by clockwork. The governor's sys
tem is so thorough that when the for
estry commissioner paid too much for
a wagon the other day it was displayed
in the expert accountant's report and
Mr. Commissioner received a summons
to appear on the governor's carpet
There is not a single branch of state
government which does not show econ
omiesnot t-ifling and for the sake of
record making, but in great round sums
which should be a joy to the taxpayers.
One of the oddities of the present
campaign is the fight which has been
Fprung on the governor in Topeka. If
there is a public man in Kansas to
whom Topeka owes an obligation, it is
Governor Morrill. Away back in the
territorial legislature he was an advo
cate of Topeka for the state capital. The
capitol building has been his special
prtde for more than twenty years. The
bullding has never received an appro
priation which did not have his earnest
commendation. As chairman of the
committee on ways and means in the
seriate, he was instrumental in getting
one of the most important appropria
tions -through the building has ever
,taad. At the legislature of a year ago
he bent everything towards securing
the magnificent appropriation now be
ing expendedand without his assistance
it would never have passed the senate.
Today he is personlly supervising the
work of completing the capitol and in
beautifying the grounds. He went east
and hunted up the landscape gardner
who will make the grounds a thing of
beauty forever, and today is employing
a large force of Topeka workmen upon
the work. Topeka owes a great deal to
the friendship of Governor Morrill, and
phe Is seeking to repay it by running a
candidate against him.
It should not be understood that To
peka Is anything like united in its op
position to the governor. Mr. Trout
man has the fight of his life on hands
to carry the county and city. Some of
the best men of the town are coming to
the front for the governor's renomina
tions. Some of them confidently pre
dict that he will carrv the count v.
Within the past three days the Morrill
support has come from under cover in
unexpected numbers, and It is now cer
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PJEOP1.E OF KANSAS AROUSED
Mr. D. C. Imboden Talks to the Galveston
Tribune About. Grain Kates, Ktc
Galveston, Tex., April 6. The Galves
ton Tribune has the following:
Mr. D. C Imboden of the Galveston
Grain Export Commission company,
who hais been in Kansas for the past
three rweeks investigating the grain sit
uation, returned to the city yesterday
and when seen by a reporter for the Tri
bune this morning and plied with vari
ous questions concerning grain rates.
movement, prospects of planting, senti
ment of Kansas, etc., he had the follow
ing to say:
"The rates awarded by the arbitrators
and as applied hy the railroads leave
the situation practically what it has
been since January 20, and such ampli
cation seems to have been made with
the view to a division of the business.
I can't see tha't Galveston has received
any "benefit through the alleged differ
entials. The Santa Fe rate on corn to
Galveston from Kansas City is 29 cents
and closer to Galveston the rates run
some'tftilng lower, with the rates to New
Orleans taking the differentials spoken
of. But the Missouri Pacific tariff
makes a ra'te of 27 cents from Kansas
City to (New Orleans and from the
points where the Santa Fe makes a rate
lower than 29 cents to Galveston, the
Missouri Pacific's rate to New Orleans
is precisely the same. At none of the
Missouri Pacific points is the rate to
New Orleans greater than is the Santa
Fe's rate to Galveston.
"Therte Is very little corn moving,
however, and in ray opinion little will
move this season. The farmers are not
willing to sell save at an advance over
present prices. This year they got about
5 cents a bushel more for their corn be
cause of Galveston's competition than
they would have gotten otherwise. In
3889, when they produced a big crop, al
though cornrwas 1 cent per bushel high
er in Chicago than it was when Galves
ton entered the market, the market at
the beginning of .the present season they
got "but 10 to 13 cents a bushel for their
corn. This year, with corn lower in the
Chicago market, because of Galveston
competition, they got from 1C to 17 cents
per bushel. "When the rates were raised
and they were cut off from. Galveston
and the matter was referred to the arbi
trators they hoped that the lower rates
would he restored; .they refused to sell,
believing that the railroads would re
duce the rates in order to move the
grain. In the mean time, they have crib
bed their corn and since the rates have
not been reduced they are disposed to
hold St. They remember that they
made a big crop in 1SS9, which they sold
for 10 cents a bushel; they remember
that the crop of 1890 was a failure, and
that they pafd 40 cents for corn shipped
In from other states. They figure that
the same thing may be repeated and
that it will he wise for them to hold
what they have now cribbed against
such a contingency, and that in any
event they can get about as much for
the corn next fall even If a large crop
is produced, as they can now, and that
it is extremely unlikely .that the crop of
the United States in 1S9G will approxi
mate that of 1S95. Besides, they are now
busy iw? th farm work and will not take
the time to market corn unless at an ad
vance of at least 3 cents a bushel over
"The people of Kansas are wrought
up over this grain rate problem, that
have had a taste of the benefits of deep
water at Galveston, and they are de
sirous of Tiaving a continuance . of the
same. There is every reason that they
should be, as .transportation is the main
item in grain. In cotton, with transpor
tation representing but about 10 per
cent of the value of the whole, a change
in rates makes but a slight difference. In
corn, .with .transportation now repre
senting 60 per cen't of the whole, trans
portation is all important. I found the
people around Wichita so wrought up
over the situation that they were mak
ing the matter a political issue, demand
ing that ft ibe incorporated in the politi
cal platforms, and vowing that they
would vote for no man not pledged to
the securing of lower rates to the gulf.
They also averred that if the railroads
would not deal fairly with them in this
matter, they would take steps to have
the passenger rates wfthin the state re
duced to 2 cents a mile.
"I told these people that I did not
think they -were proceeding properly in
taking the matter into politics; that
they could not hope to cope with the
influences which would be brought to
bear on the opposite side in a political
battle, nor expect to succeed through
legislatures or in congress. I told them
that they should deal with the matter
in a business way, and I suggested the
creation of a market, concentrating an
elevator point within the grain elds,
and nearer to the gulf than Is Kansas
"To digress from this for a moment.
Under the rates whicl prevailed prior to
January 20. corn was moving to Galves
ton in large quantities, and was being
diverted from the eastern lines. Bv re
quest (Mr. Denison and myself went to
Kansas City after the restoration of
the old rates. "We found that the job
bing and packing interests were com
plaining of a loss trade In Kansas, occa
sioned by the drop in the price of corn
due to the advance in rates to the rulf.
They contended that Kansas City could
not afford to be a party to anything
which would advance the rates to the
farmer, while the grain men took the
opposite view, and Commissioner Van
landingham was between two fires in
tying to satisfy the conflicting interests.
We were asked to have Galveston join
hands with Kansas City, where low
rates could be obtained upon it to the
gulf, and we Immediately asked if Kan
sas City would aid us in obtaining such
rates and a differential in favor of Gal
veston with respect to New Orleans.
They responded that they could not af
ford to take stock In any one port
against the others, without inviting an
tagonism, and we then told them that
we could not join hands witl Kansas
City. I suggested that they should re
linquish the business in southern Kan
sas to Galveston, and then reach out for
a Nebraska business in a territory nat
urally belonging to Kansas City, but to
this proposition they did not agree.
"No, The keynote to the whole stuatlon
is the establishing of a grain market in
southwest central Kansa?. the section
of the state where nearly ail the t-urplus
cvreals are produced, say at Wichka.
The railroads now running to Kansas
City charge a high local rate on grain,
because when they gat it there they are
compelled to relinquish It. At "Wichita
there are four railroads, viz., t5ie Santa
Fe, the Frisco, the Missouri Pacific, and
the Rock Island, all of which would un
load upon their own tracks the grain
hauled there upon local rates, return
the empty cars promptly and then se
cure the business outward.
"The average distance to Wichiia
(Continued on Eighth Page.)
HA 11,110 A l '1IMK TJLnr,r5
A' CHIMIN, TCPKKA i ,-ANTt l-K It.C
"NORTH AND EAST.
3:10 p m
7:00 a.m!lfcC0p. m.
5:50 p.mt :w a. m.
4:00 D m Local
SOUTH AND WEST.
Arrive iLearc tArrive 'Arriv
No. Wichita. Wichita. IFt Worth. Galveston,
5:25 p ni
12:15 p m
10:15 p m
70am, 9:10 pm 9:25 am
550 pm! 750 a in! 9:15 p m
1:10 pm Local Freight.
10:45 pirn Local Freight.
750 a m Englew ood Express
7:05 a in Panhandle Express
405110:45a mil0-.50 am! 850 a m teOap.m
5 hoars to Los Angeled.
MJaily except feuudav.
Free chair cars on all trains. Pull
man Palace sleepers to Kansas City
and Chicago without change. Also to
Fort Worth and Galveston. Connects
at Newton with Vestibule limited hav
ing chair cars, Pullman Palace and
compartment sleepers and dining cars
through to Los Angeles and San Diego;
also with train carrying chair cars,
Pullman and Tourist sleepers to El
Paso, Lios Angeles and San Francisco.
Through railroad and steamship tick
ets Bold to all points.
City Ticket Agents.
w;riIIT AND WESTKJtA".
AnitiVn vitou vest.
No. 2 Pratt ard Kingman passen
ger (daily sxcept Monday)
No. 4 Tratt and Kingman accom
modation. Tiles., Thura. and Sat..
No. 1 K'ngman and Pratt passen
ger (daily except Snnday)
ICo. 3 Kingman and Pratt accom
modation, Mon., "Wedn. and Fri..
10.-00 a m
5:40 p m
8-15 a m
inn".j.4N iiuri.ftn i! u.
rrivp ILeave lAxrlva lArrlvo
No Wichita Wichita Ft Smith. St. Louis
10 25 nni
12 25 pm 2 20 am 715am
10 40 pm 1115 ami 6S0pm
bio a rajl-octl ireigut
4 55 u m 5 00 a m
3 40pm 345pm 830 ami 1115 am
410 p ml 4 20 pm Local Freight
No. 1. Connects at Burrton, Kan.,
with A. T. & S. F for points In Kansas.
Has reclining chair cars (seats free),
aud Pullman drawing room sleepers to
No. 2 Connects at Monett for points
in Arkansas, Indian territory and
Texas. Connects at Grand Union
Station, St. Louis, with all lines for
the east, north and southeast. Has
reclining chair cars (seats free) and
Pullman drawing room sleepers to St
No. 5 Connects at Burrton with A.
T. & S. F. for all points west and north
west. Has reclining chair cars (seats
free) Pullman Buffet drawing room
sleepers to Burrton. Through Pullman
sleepers Burrton to Los Angeles, San
Diego and San Francisco. On Sundays
has Pullman Tourist sleepers through
to Los Angeles without change.
No. 6 Connects at Monett for points
In Arkansas and Texas. Connects at
St. Louis Grand Union Station with all
lines for the east, north and southeast.
Has reclining chair cars (seats free)
and Pullman Buffet drawing room
sleepers to St. Louis.
Throught tickets on sale to all points.
For further information call upon or
address W. TORREY,
City Ticket Agents.
Nl-shOmi PACIFIC HAII.WAV.
"" 1 UNS AUH1VK LBAVK
Cf4r.2 Knnsas City ami SL
I.onls Impress rirp.m rjOr.m
JCo5i:-t. l.oub ilall and
L'xpreMJ 3tiln.TrL 2r.Ij pm
No 4a St. LouU 3Ta!l nml
NoJW Denver Mall and Ex-
pref 620 p.m
'No 417 Hntchtiion & (Jen- '
e-eo Jllxed Loc.il 410am ,Ua.m
o(GSl!utciiln'oi i (Jen
tieoJIIxril Local., (iOp.m.
jo (51 Anthony aud Kiowa
Express IJO.-uw. rra.ra
Iw oi Cotuvay bprlns
.MlXfd Lornl .... . 4J5p.m. 4JS p.m
II) ly -xteptMin(Jay.
1 nil tin dealt ualed uj ocnl or mixed do not run oa
oi lull Information tall fttc'ty ticket onicc HI 4
Depot con.er Second nnrt Wichita streets.
r.. rj. iu.rrKi.KV. 1. nnl I. A.
Time Table Chicago, Rock Idlaud and
TitAi.Nb I Airivel Leave
GOING NOltTH AND EAST.
No 2 Kansas City, St. Louis
and CliicaKO limited daily "(Sara
707 p m
erandPacinc coast dally I iCCam
ro 4 Kansas City St. Louis
and Cbicauonlgbt express
daily extept Monday 112 10am
except Suuci.ty Ill 10am
GOING SOUTH NDWIST
No 1 Fort Worth. Dallas,
Houston and L.aUestou
PxprP.', daily t(2pm
sso i uKiiiiiomn, ! t worm
New Orkans mid 1'jclllc
coast, dally ;02pm
.sooUKiuiionin, bt worm
Dalliw and New Orleans
express, daily, except
Sunday iSO am
joarort Worth, Houston
Uuieton and ban Antu
ni. express, daily, except
Sunday ,.... SO ami 32a m
NoiJI Accommodation, ex- i
ccptMindny ,' 240 pm' 3S5 pm
Elegant free reclining chair cars on all
trains and Pullman Palaco sleepers from
Wichita to Chicago and Kansas City
without change. Also sleeper on all
trains to Fort Worth. Houston San An
tonio ai.d New Ot leans. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to all points north.
south, east and west. Steamship tickets
bold to all European points at lowest
tates. City Ticket Office 100 East Doug
las avenue, corner Main street. Passen
ger station corner Douglas and Meada
avenues. Telephone 1SS.
JOHX SEBASTIAN. HAL S. RAT,
G. P. & T. A., Chicago. D. P. A.
CHOCTAW. OKLAHOMA" GULF RTr7
The Short Line to and from all points in
Indian and Oklahoma Territories. f
Through tickets sold at Short Line rates
to all points. i
Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe.
Leave. I Station. " Arrive.
5.00 p. m.j Wichita li:io a. m.
Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific.
Leave, j Station. i ArriveT
4.32 a. mJ Wichita ) 12:15 p. m.
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf.
Leae. Station j Arrive.
10:) a. m. EI Heno
El Reno 6:19 p. m.
Oklahoma C!ty... 9:38 p. m.
ll:30 a. m
t 6:40 a. m
1:00 p. ra
5.06 a. m
. Sha'wnoe ...
7:4a p. m.
3:25 p. rn.
11:30 a. m.
12.45 p. m.'.. South McAlester..
4:35 p. m.
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CAPITAL. J 100.000.
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C. H DAVIDSON" VIce-Pres!drt
ARTHUR FAULKN"ER Cashier
L. S. NAFTZGER.
J. H. MOORE.
E. R. POWELL
Fourth National Bank
Capital --- $100,000.00
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President. Vice President
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All Pens Covered.
W. R. DULANEY. Supt. Stock Yards
WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.,
Office and Warehouse Cor. Fifth and William Street.
Keep everything: in the Grocery Une. Show Oases. Scales and Grocery Fix
tures. Also sole proprietors of the "Piper IJehlwck. ' ! Concurado" mad
"La Innocencia" brands of Ciraxs.
LEHMAN-HIGGINSON GROCER CO.,
203-205 N. WATER STREET.
AYLESBURY MERCANTILE CO.
REMOVED TO THE BUILDING FORMERLY OCCUPIBO BY
STEELE L WALKER, COn. THIRD ST AND FIFTH AVc
Jobbers of Teas, Cigars nnd Spices
Solo Agents for Alvarado and FIsarelta Cigars
L. C. JACKSON
112 South Fourth Avenue.
J. P. ALLEN,
Everything- kept In a Flrs-class Drug
108 East Douglas Ave.. Wichita
MRS. J. W. WINGARD,
Palms, Ferns and bedding plants, cut
flowers a sp laity. Funeral d9tjrn;i
and floral baskets made "n the shorti-at
notice. Your patronage pollrted.
347-319 N WATER STREET.
' EASTER FLOWERS.
Very full assortment, but no ad
vance In prices. Book your orders
W. H. CULP & CO.,
535 N. Lawrence. Florists
E. J. HEALEY & CO.,
Live Stock Commission Merchants
Union Stock Yards, "W.chfrta, Kan.
Bpecral lndui-mn? to feeders. Mar
kets furnished on application. Phon
tin ROLLER MILLS
Etthfez. VTictl'Jk' fTrtt
itatMl f Sor for irn,
k joat rrr-cerlotl: It y4
Globe Iron Works
Man'j'a'urA eiyln ami boiler and
all k.ni1 f r 1 B.i'i brajs castiax.
Dealeru n h-.ir tubes. stara xnp-.
bras3 srj is. ,usi and hmp packing. .
A. FLAGG. Prop. Wichita, Kan.
Sals, Suscils, Chech, Iai Puis, Etc.
Stamp 15 a liae. Special price on 23
or more lines. 1
U Ii 111 iA STAMP VOKKS.
OClce -srtth R. L Book Exc&usre.
F. F. FABSONS,
Contractor and Builder. Ectimatst
furnished on til pzma tf Laildmi
eitLer in city cr country. Job crk in
citj given careful attention. OtIu 113
tvulh Lawrence At a. icbita riam ,
XEuitsKTt mar nranpij
PAUGH 5 GO
Sscoewrs to M-Cor & VzAxrm
aa: Si2rMj; & cspfc.
Live Stock Commission Wfrchants,
L'eloa Stock Vrd. WithlL. Kmru
MaJte 3-ocr ccoaccasiestx l ua. Sj-euJ
AND JOBBER OF
it T BURWTSIJL,
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BUR WELL & KERFO'OT
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Buy and H propertlrj; xcImhi
farm kind for el'y probity nd mo
422 E DougUi Avenut. Wichita.
HISS NELLIE C. HODSOH
Teacher of Dclsartc SyAteni
of F:i5fcal Culture and Vo
DRILLS on Recitations and
g For Further Information Call
Y, at Skkncr Conservatory of flu-
6 sic, from 9 O'clock a. in. to 6 p.
P m. for Conultation and Clas.i-
O Terms Reasonable.
Liyery, Feed and Sale Siables
C. W.HltMO.Vb, l'ro.
Successor to John DwwmiMrk.
Jlnrns clipped by ra&chtn or Mfcart
j' 1 1 o m a n a rji ri:s.
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DAVIDSON & CASE
SuccTors lo John D&rk!OA. ttogr
Lumberman of &dfp'Hi cennbf,
Etaliihyi in 187H
A Complex &lok f
Pine Lumber, Shingles
Lath, Doors, bash, ete
Alwajfi on band.
OSlca and jardj on Mty aveai
between DoarJus aveMK td Pm;
Hrp-t. lirancu Tarda x Union Gktj.
OK.ahoma CUr, KI Ibjna, Mince, Pttd
Ctcek. LKl.OocUw CHr aad iULmd.
FRED V? IAKJUEL K. C KAJS
Real Estate and Rents.
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Lafayette H1MU, J. C Kiokod
Itefexence. Kansa ?Catil Dalt
HILUS 6. KIHXEAD
Ilontal and ("olieciion Asenle
Room I 113 X. lfrk: U WJfcU.K.
Itouses reat4. reels liet4. rsr
azi moonirill We Mctt lW '
lad jl of property to s-tau.
HACK & BAGGAGE LINE
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