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WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1884.
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OFFICIAL STATISTICS OF SEDGWICK COUNTY FOR 1884.
Taken from the Assessment Rolls on file and showing by Townships the Acreage of the leading Products, the number of Cattle, Horses, Sheep and Swine, the num
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LAST EVENING'S RATIFICATION M EET-
ING BY THE DEMOCRATS OF
A Large Crowd Present
nring 01 flnvilS
and Speech Making
One! tin' 1-rL'Cbt
tion iiicpiiiiKt. i-wt liad in thio city astern -
hied at nhnul a i,"cloi K InU c Iihig at the
iiitirsidion ol HoukIam uvenuu and Main
ttred, w litre had Ken creetid a fpcalers'
stand, linely decorated Mitli the national
colore, limiting' and apiiroprialu mottoes.
The hras hand wax stationed on the btand
and diM'Otirbcd excellent niuslc while the
crowd were Bathering, to tlie hooining of
the am 11 and the filing of skj rockets.
There were prohahly 2,000 people collected
about the stand and on the Mrcet corners
when N. A. Kngli-h called for order, and
Amus iiarrii- v.as .-clccltd chairman.
On taking the chair ilr. Harris brii fly
thanked the audience for the honor confer-
ed, an.l thou stated the nature and object
ofthc galheiing, and awaited its further
Judge llobl) wah elected Ico-pieident,
and Okcar fcniith secretary.
Mr. Knglish then -Introduced as the
first t-peakt r, "The gcntlcuian from
Cliicago, fiotcnior Judge Clciin."
Ir. 4ltnii begin by saxlng that it was true
that he was jutt from Cliicago, thu cily of
conventions. That the llcmocraticXatlou
n' (invention was ihc lsrgnbl one eicr held
on the line of thu globe. It teemed as
though c cry mountain hud ent forth its
stream, tccrj hill ilrhulet und'Uial peo
ple were thctc irom etrj where. It was In
ecro reeped a people's convention.
Ctlt'uu 8aid tliut he Irid often seen large
number-, of men together, but never a body
of men who represented, as much brains,
Kjikk was ably icprcsanted. Thire was
opposition to Cleveland's nomination, but it
came from lloss Kellov and other bosses,
w ho w t re finally i ircetually set dow n upon,
and he believed that Cleveland would be
elected piesidcnt toa dead ccitalnty. Hu
said that in this state alone there arc
thoumnds who villi come over from the
Kcpiiblicannnd joiu the Democratic part
belore the second day of November. The
speaker concluded by sajlng that he was
ready to join liamN with any liberal lteptlb
liciiu who desired to join the Democratic
party and aid them in their prand work of
Jlr (ileun was followed liy P. W. llent
ley,S. .1. Sheldon, and Mr. Ilovvait, of Tcx.
as, after whom came Frank Dale, who
made about Uiclicst ipcrrli ol the the even1
ing. Dale said tint about all that any Dem
ocrat wanted to say was that they wire Im
mctiftl pleased with the nominations of
Clevcliud and Hendricks, and that they
lelt confident of victory In November. He
touched the prohibition question at length
and was followed b Mr. Monitions and ha
by Ivos llanis. On taking the platform
ICos Harris l.iised a glnss of water to hi'
lips and turniiij to the audience said :
"Ladies and gentlemen, to see a Democrat
ic speaker drink" a glass of water ought to
make a piohibitiulilst commit suicide.''
The speaker then proceeded to saj that he
was aDemocint Ij inslhict and iuilinaliou.
He thought that If the Democratic party
vvas to cease to elt the United Statts
would go back to a state of original chaos
In less th in thirty hours. Huris then
made a fine auti-prohibition speech,
:iflet whidi the crowd dispersed, giving
three (heels for (.lev i and and Hendricks.
The meeting thioiighout was a very pleas
ant one, but we Iiavcseen more enthusiasm
manifested on like occasions. Away down
In thuir boots the Dimcrats know they
are beaten, but thev trv to keep up their
courage by whistling.
OUR WHOLESALE TRADK.
Tor several yeais it has been prophtsicd
by obeivant business men, that somewhere
in the boundaries ol. Kansas, c(Ui-distaiit
between theKo(k mountains and the Miss
issippi liver, a wholcsaleing and jobbing
house of vast commercial interests must
glow up. The wauls of a trade and thick
settled territory would demand it. The
time and place would be .determined by
thu construction of trunk lines of railway.
Nearly every competent and disinterested
judge conceded that Wichita was the na
tural point, but unfortunate!) she was off
the Main line of the Santa Kerallwav. the
only trunk line traversing the territo
ry opened bv i'opckn and Kinporin
men situated too near Kansas
Cit), another naturcd center, to
ever succcssfnllv continue such a trade, be
sides neither of the above towns were cou
tiguous to the territory to be supplied. The
building of the t. Louis .t San Francisco L
and the extension of the Mifsouri Pacific
and AVabash m stem to this point, and the
branching out of the Santa IV Into the
country to be i-upplicd, solved the problem
and W Icliita is rapidlv becoming a whole
sale and jobbing point An exclusive
wholcsalo and jobbing house established
but a few months since, has already devel
oped iuto one of the strongest institutions
of Ihc character in the west, and its suc
cess is uo longer problematical. A
wholesale dry goods house from St. Louis
has completed its arrangements and will be
transferred here within sixty davs, not
withstanding we have several firms in that
line, vvhieh are doing a jobbing trade
which aggregates "several hundred thou
sand annually. In the lint s of hardware,
clothing, leather fludingr, harness and sad
dles, furniture and drugs, vc already hare
firms, the bigger part of whoe transac
tions are of a jobbing or wholesale charac
ter. There is no longer any question that
Wichita, next to Kansas City, will be the
wholesale stipplv point of Kansas, the In
dian tciiitory and eastern Colorado.
THE OFFICIAL RETURNS.
Tho statistical table given in this issue is
probably more complete and comprehensive
than any of all that the Kuiu: has hereto
fore published. Not only are the total val.
t, nations and population given, but the real
(r ty is cut up into seven items so that com
parisous arc most readily made. One fact
in particular we desire to call attention to,
and that Is that nearly one-half of
ber of Fruit trees, the total number of acres
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254 1V2 3CU !02 Z C07 27,275 K7 ... 2 2-K SCJ 77 41'1 1157 3307 1304 15,131 121 4,660 10,100 1J,3G. 22,51b 111,15!) I 21.704 135,923 3S6
3193 7M 599 !.'. 79 41- 49.M0 252 25 50 WIS 500 4W lo23 70 40S9 32,761 202C 12.015 ll,0i7 13,409 24,850 23a.9iW 35,7(, 43,020 32,11.30 350,470 30 932
2.to5 lib 330.1 .-EI9 21 b07 ' 25,150 1336 19 70 VOtJ 3506 3500 12fi S.110 121 S.SSJ 0,076 1G.W4 23,010 91,270 15,fa0 107,159 213
223 3u2 5055 547 59 400 40.0251 . .. 15 416s 350 -73 911 2191 20 2175 23.703 802 S.013 10,614 17.121, 27,040 109,410 I 46.C23 . ... 215.43$ US
41b3 111 8747 25rt 111 001 10C,390! 203 34 27 41b5 701 73 730 14CI 14'. 3990 51,412 0373 2.1,502 17,011 13,65b 31.409 223.300 7,07 57,312 45.h8j.7b 3SI,57s'.7b 1018
:i295 .. 7318 971 50 670 73.0951 70 9 9 4179 OOG !e 473 1324 3107 3054 31.e70. 2s!l3 20,292 12,b32 19,154 3l,9b0 192,700 3S.630 42,330.91 275.BCfl.91 701
2Xi9 I( 495H bC7 50 lu 50 0s3 W) 29 11 1074 3sl 07 312 hC7 2920 ls.VJ' 27W1 309 18,551 9.409, 10,172 19,8;1 119,400 3.JU5 29,011 142.390 752
S443 27 42C7 01't 47 230 19,20 2 . 1117 211 107 23 CW 1350 1121, 14,02.), 300 10.327 12,320 10,221 22,741 111,455 1,471 13,18 20,402.75 156,7C71 02
1019 3 2035 313 4 230 11,210 .. 131! 51 103 307 718 5,220 03 4,725 5,449 17,457 22,908 SJ.Hl 004, 5,000 bOI 51 92,903.53 274
5i3 03 XUZ) !-50 2 195 19.445, 61 21-2 277' 59 217 1092' 1220 1210 7.3CB 412 ll,9Cli 12.030 10,821 22.S51 111,540 ' 17,11,2 .. .. 131,702 470
1819 121 4S98 fc'24 84 224 51.150 ... 13 .. 3'00 375' 02 358 782 125 1472 32,400 2207 10,13.-.! 9,601 11,162 20,950 117,215 25,929 W.bOO.lS 231,950.13 724
1152 81 4801 2040 51 230 47,150 CJ .... 31 1941 303 32, 318 554 2550 00,202 2206 10,839' 8,032 13,92s 22,500 114,7bS .. 19,014 181,399 548
120.1 53 2805 'J-V. 22 331 23,.'W) .. .... 1511 139 '04 110 C95 1025 24,175' ISO 4,574 0,013 1S.M1 22,191 1U,1C4 13.211, 20,511 28,571.31 154,493.31 540
1.VN 20 3502 1290 20,310 2C.M0 97 2 2(JJ 2bC .Tw' 70 301 SC7 1703 2713 38,115! 1470 10,ra 8,345 13,)5 22,850 137,300 .... . 19,510 38,905 90 195,713.90 540
19Cb 141 4521 878 35 407 40,875 ....' 3203 379! 70 220 1231 253:1 2072 M.2151 740 8,009 9,248 13,703 93,1131. 130,315 40,352 . 170,697 488
2113 201 SlSfl 732 43 213 30,230 43, 2 12 2238 329 C71 273 I2! 45 2403 22,3311 232 5,450 8,893 L3.500 22,399 132,995' .... , 21,310 157,305 383
1409 74 5400 ft,l 115 117 34,40o.... ... . j 1905 293 71 311 415, 52 2550 22,1231 225') 4,379 8,779 8,M1 17,140 103.92.'.) I 21,220 125,143 457
I "414 2- 4030 1458 8 243 40.600 32... 5, 21071 374 8ll 317 479i 501 1099 15.9V) J2 10,838 .70 13,035 22.821 151,870' 1.1C5 22,531 V,,400.fi 217.0J2 90 609
4318 345 5088 477 04 7M 79,310.... 58 70 32531 421 110 327 1 11CI 1072 25-12 64,302 5025 21,335 13,319 10,700 24,085 109,443! 9,308 5fl,'2.-5 43,4'tl..-iC 278,527.80 983
,-7t 215 3V55 42. 01 ' 230 59.410 129 13 4 3275 355 fl 350 70C1 1914 30,331 2494 12,012 11,177 8.510 20,Os7 120,987 33,411 . ... 154,428 654
3777 .. 3190 Ml 4o! 29J 23,9.- 1034 273 78 230 070 4993 7,335 30l! 9,982 8,902 9,983 18,687 W.C75 .. . i 18,197 122,872 461
I fliill 35 9970 1203 150 305 98 015... 20 lol 5902 079 309 987 1813 1000 4194 M.408 4512 17,250 19.80U 21,041 41,44.1 250.8i)5j. .. S3 ,016 304,611 1192
lVl . 2425 412 251 308 25 730 If 7 3 1321 tit 17 84 214 043 537 3,970 30 1,058 7,b44 14,512 22,1V. 111,209 , 22,273 131,173 433
3M9 22-I 0414 813 71 429 52 7:0 113 4b 10 339 410 72 3-0 1357 110 2013 37,633 3725! 10,9as 17,408 17.904 35,412 213,14.5 59.400 272.631 912
117 35 755b 817 104 307 61,310 101 3b 104 ISsl 453 91 4b5 878 523 3214 32,831 1252 10,697 12,150 0,343 19,495 310,135 29,887 60,4 bl,2'-5 85 494 271.85 1590
' . . . ' .... ' l,15B,7tH 575,011 2b,247.11 1,769,033.1112,474
270ll 129,707 23.0201481 1)325 l,190,4bO 1611 2b0 .VI509.12I HJ 2tX10lO,171 28,b21 21.610 01.011 774.4V)
the area of the county i under
cultivation, or two hundred aniJ
ciglity-fiTe thousand and eighty-one acrcf,
an area as large as that of many rutiro
counties of the eattem stntci.
Tlie incrcftsed acreage of wheat i uotice
alile. Last year there was hancsted D9,368
acrek of wheat as nrnlnst 79.G12 this t ear.
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n increase of upward of 2,000 acres. In
corn fields we hae a decrease from last
j year's 137,011 acres to 129,T07 this jear. The
i acreage of timothy is sexlupled. The alue
' of animals sold for slaughter does not ary
but little from the returns of last year,
For several vears Sedgwick county has
led all the counties ot the state In cither the
acreage of torn or the acreage of wheat,
one or the other. For two jears it has
been on corn. Whether she will this year
cannot be determined until tho next report
of the state board of agriculture.
K. A. Dorsey and family are now pleas
antly ensconced in thcii new and elegant
residence on the corner of Market and
Third streets. It is built after the latest
stvlc of architecture, is a two story frame,
of ten large and well ventilated rooms. It
is provided with water, gas and baths, and
cost upwards of 5,000.
Mr. C. Klmincrlc's fine suburban resi
dence on Lawrence avenue is now nearly
completed. It is a two story brick with
ten rooms and basement. Has a metal
roof; Is provided with water and gas, and
is plastered with ornamental plastering. It
is located in the tenter of a beautiful four
acre lot and will cost fully 6,000.
The new residence of Geo. II. Itlackw el
der on the comer of Kmporia avenue and
Third street, is about finished. It is a two
story frame with nine rooms. It has bath
rooms, water and gas .service and orna
mental tileing. It will cost fully 4,000.
L. Itichts has a large two story frame on
the corner of Central and Waco streets,
which contains ten rooms, and is finished
in very flue style.
The handsome residence or Tlios. II.
Lynch on tho corner of Fourth and Central
avenues, is rapidly approaching completion.
The main building is 40 by 14 feet, two
full stories and attic. It contains ten
rooms and a basement. It Is provided with
hot and cold water, gas and all modern im
provements. It will be ready for occu
pancy about the first of September, and
will cost SG.000.
Railroads now run into Wichita fiom six
directions. One from the north, two from
the cast, one from the south, one from tho
west, and one from the southwest, with a
line projected from the northeast and an
other from the northwest. Iloth of theso lat
ter lines arc surveyed and the right of way
and large subsidies secured for the other.
Ilcsides these, a proposition has been made
to our board of trade and practicallv in
cepted, which will secure the Denver .t
Memphis line when built. When the road
down the valley and acro.-s the Indian ter
ritory shall have been built, and it will be,
Wichita will compete with Memphis for tho
trade of the lowcrvallcy.
THIRTY THOUSAND PEOPLE.
The returns of the population of Sedg
wick county as given elsewhere shows a
population lacking but 171 people of being
30,000, which puts her in the first rank of
Kansas counties. Those who used to
laugh at the Kvui.E'a predictions that
within ten years Sumner, Iluticr, Cowley
and Sedgwick would he the leading coun
ties of the statu in wealth ami population,
will please examine tho figures. The total
gain for the county for the last jcarl
THE GREAT VALLEY COUNTY.
The three finest rivers in the state of
Kansas run through Sedgwick county
whose area is almost as great as that Of
some of the eastern states. Sedgwick
county ha upwards of three bundled
thousand acres of bottom lauds, or over
three times as much as any other county in
Kansas. This fsct i one of the principal
secrets why she has so suddcnlv outstrip-
peu 111 wcailll nun ho o "ic oiue-i e'uuu-
ties of the slate whv her farmers have
grown wealthy so rapidly, and why her
ehief cilv has stepped so unexpectedly to
the front as the fourth city in the slate.
lly the table published this morning it
will be seen that we now have in bearing
47,123 applo trees ami 310.CSS peich trees.
For want of spaco wo could not give the
pears, piums cherries, raspberries, grapes,
blackberries, strawberries, currants, etc.,
etc., but the returns show that there are
upwards of 400,000 fruit trees in this coun
ty that will reach a bearing age in from one
to three years. As we sMd some few vveeks
ago we account for the cxtiaordtnaiy suc
cess of fruit in this section principally upon
the grounds of our lattitude first, our alti
tude second, our warm and porous soil
third. White we are in the latitude of
Watjiingtou or the Chcsepeake bay on the
Atlantic, aud that of Los Augclos on th
l'acific, and therefore favored with the long
bright seasons of their lattitude, we arc
still at an altitude of almost 2,000 feet, far
enough south to grow peaches, nectarines
aud other dclccate fruit, jet high enough
above the ocean level to successfully grow
the hardier or more northern fruits, such
as pears, apples, plu ms, quinceE, etc.
YcstcrdsT J. II. Hell lodged a complaint
with.lusticc Hobbs, charging Geo. Lever
Jorman HaVcr, Uussell Elmore, Henry Gil
bert, II. Massey, ahd William Gilbert with
disturbing the religious sen ices at tho Sec
ond Ilaptist church (colored), Sunday
morning and warrants were issued for
their srests and served. They will have a
hearing next Thursday morning in Justice
Hobbs' court. It seems tho congregation
does not wanl Hell to preach for them, and
so told him Sunday morning when he en
tered the pulpit. ;llc persisted in following
out his own Inclinations and a fuss ensued
and the police were called In to quiet it.
The services, however, were broken up for
M. C. Flora has not as yet put in an ap
pearance. The county can well afford to
lose the amount of his fine if he will only
under cultivation, the aggregated
A CITY OF PROGRESS.
Brief Mention of a few of the Larger build,
tags that have been Erected In Wich
ita this Season.
Theie is no city in the state of Kansas
that has had such a inigical and substan
tial growth during the past three years as
has the city of Wichita. Oncvcry street,
in tv ery direction, may be seen residences
but recently completed or those now In
some stage of building. And, strange as
It may seem, there is not a vacant house in
the city that we kuow of. Such is and has
been the increase to our population,
that no sooner is a house com
pleted than it finds an occupant,
and the dcuiiud for both dwelling and
business houses is far larger than
the supply. During the pist
season over .',00 private residences
have been erected in this city, some of
them very costly and handsome, and many
arc the new business blocks that have
been built, vet not ono lacks a tenant.
Anions those that have been and are now
being erected, we might mention, fir-t, the
The foundation for the new Catholic
church is now completed, the corner stone
hav ing been laid one week ago last Sunday,
and worK is now nicely progressing on the
upright part of the structure. Th'.schurch i
to be 48 by 120 feet on the ground and will
be of tho IEomau stylo of architecture,
witli a cross-arched celling. When com-
plctcd it will have cost about $30,000
and will bo one of the haud'omest church1
properties in Kansas.
The new Methodist church to be built in
place of, and on the site of the old ooe,
burned early in Ihc spring, will be an ele
gant aud imposing structuie. It is to be
7C by lOOfcet on the ground, with a tower
1G0 feet lu height. It is to be built after the
gothicstjle. aud will cost in the neighbor
hood of 20,000. It is to Bo completed
some time during the present ear. When
these two edifices arc finished Wichita call
truthfully claim the honor ofhav ing a larger
number of handsome church buildi ngs
than any city in the state.
The foundation for Robert Illack's new
block, on the corner of Topcka aud Doug
las avenues, is now nearly completed. It
will be a three-story brick, one hundred
uuu fifty feet square, with four largo store
rooms on tho ground floor and sixty on the
second and third floors. Itwillhavc a fine
iron front with plate glass windows, and
cut stone caps and cornices. It will cost
when finished in the neighborhood of 25,
000, and will be one of the finest business
blocks in the city.
Tlie ntw two-story hi ick block now bc
ng erected on Market street, one door
north of Hitting llros'. large clothing estab
lishment, by Mr. Fritz Suitzier, is Hearing
completion. It has a fifty-foot front, and
one of the rooms will be eight) feet deep
and the other one hundred and forty. It
will have cut stone taps, sills, etc., and an
iron front and plate glass vv indows. When
finished it will be a very handsome block".
Ground has been broken for the new two
story briek houses to be ereetedon Douglas
avenue near Watir street bv D. L. Green
and Lee Hajs. They will each have an
elegant iron front, plate gluss windows,
and finished without regard to expense.
They will be among tho finest business
rooms of the city, and particularly adapted
to the wholesale trade.
1 he foundation for Commodore Wood
man's and Mr. Wright's brick blocks on
Main street, are now ncarlj completed.
These buildings will he erected together,
and will each be two stories in height with
a twent -five foot frontage. One of them
will be 70 feet deep and the other 100.
They are to have handsome iron fronts.
The new Winch building opposite the
J postollicc is rapidly approaching comple
tion. It is a two story brick, 2ixl00 feet,
and will be occupied, we believe, as a shoe
It. L Guthrie's new briek on Main street
incompleted to the second tloor. It will
be two stories, 2js100 feet, and will be a
handsome addition to that part of the city.
.1. A. Wallace's large and tine two story
br,ck fcctf on I)ou?la, mWf lt
now completed. It w as built especially for
an implement house, and is now stocked
with aline line of buggies, wagons and
firm machinery of all kinds.
1'ollock & l'carcc are now pleasantly lo
cated in their new brick on Douglas avenue.
'I he building is a two story brick, 25.lii
fet and is very conveniently arranged for
the grecery business.
The foundation for O. C. Daisy's two
Story brick on Douglas avenue, is complet
ed, and the walls are now being laid. As
soon as finished it will be occupied by
Messr.. Gehring.t Phillips as a cracker
factory, vv ith a capacity of 1W barrels of
crackers per day. They propose operating
it with the best and latest improved steam
machinery, and will employ a large force
of workmen. They will manufacture all
grades of common and faucy crackers.
One of the handomest new bloeks on
Main street, built this spring, is that of L.
It. Farreil, aud accompanied by the dry
goods houses of Hobinson llros. and Mr.
Munson. This is a two-tory brick, fifty
feet front, with two ground floors 100 feet
deep. The building is nicely finished with
iron front, cut stone caps and sills, and
plate glass vvlndow s.
The above is a brief description of only a
few of tho more proraiucnt business
houses and new church edifices ot tho city.
There are numerous additions and small
houses vvhieh our space forbids us particu
larizing. OUR HOMES.
One of the commendable lcaturcs ob
served by all visitors to the Forest City, is
the large numbct of pleasant homes. Look-j
Ing back upon the twelve or thirteen years !
of our brief history, it seems to afford the
opportunity for only the beginning of home j
comforts, but the finely Improved places in ;
all rarts of the city show what good tatc j
and industry, combined with our rich soil I
n.l nanl.l iltmatA YV-ltl .li nwt tt.
magic change we have wrought. On all
our principal streets may be seen large and
convenient houses, provided, with all the
comforts of modern invention, and furnish
ed with the richness xod elegance of
values of all properties and the
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the older cities cast. But the
beauty is greatly enhanced by the commo
dious grounds, especially of the older
homesteads of the citv. While Wichita was
in her infancy, and the choice plats of
ground could be had at a nominal price,
many of the early settlers, with commenda
ble foresight, provided themselves with
spacious lots and proceeded to make per
manent improvements. It is to this class
of confident pioneers, hav ing the nerv c and
i the courage to stake their all with the des
I tiny ol the young cily, that we are indebt
ed tor the beauty and convenience around
us. It may be said hire that tho career of
thee first settlers has not been one of con
tinued sunshine. The want of necessary
fundi to meet actual expenses, the occa
sional failure of crops without the resources
ifrom vvhith to bridge over to the next sea-
I son, the terrible grasshopper scourge of '74,
ami the dangers and privations Incident
to the development of a new country, are
fresh in the minds of these veterans who
held the picket line of the vast army that
was to follow. The law which requires a
just equivalent is well illustrated here.
Tlie poeesions acquired then with so
small an outlay of money have been paid
for in yearly installments of privation and
sett-denial. The ground upon which the
palatial residence of X It. Mead now stands
co-t him the government priec of 1.2.'
per acre. The money expended in
improvements and the time and labor giv
en to the interests of Wichita, represent
the 6,000 to 7,000 per acre which he could
now realize from it. Among tlie older and
more valuuUe homesteads of luc city,
tho-c of Samuel Houck and Joseph Allen
on iavvrcnce avenue, S. L. Davidsou and
Col. Lewis on Topeka avenue, Mayor Gnf
finstcin on Water street, N. MtClcas and
N. F. Nicdcrlandcr on Third street, C. 1.
lloss and M. M. Murdock on Oak street,
and the beautiful suburban home of W. C.
Woodaian on the banks of the Little Ar
kansas river, we name as a few of the at
tractive homes of Wichita. W'c would
like to extend the list if we had the space,
but here's our hand to all vv ho arc enjoying
these well-earned domestic surroundings-
Mis Mattie Lynch left tho city last
evening for a visit to friends at Kansas City
and Miss Daisy goes to Wintield this morn
ing with her Uncle Ray on a visit.
Mrs. Hcndcicr and daughter, sister of
Mrs. C. W. Smith, is in the city visiting.
Mrs. II. expresses herself as being delight
ed with tlie west and decidedly in love vv ith
the Forest City.
G. II. Itcnniugtoti arrived home jester
day after an extended trip. He says ho
hasn't seen a live town during his ihscnco.
11.. I. Mueller and wife leave for the
cast this morning, to be gone all summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Kll Israel arrived home
yestenlay from a visit to friends and rela
tives in the cast.
Mrs. II. V. Green has been seriously ill
for several days, but we are glad lo say,
Dr. Furley's attentions are such tint the
lady is convalescent.
Mrs. Harry C. Jones, wife of one of the
compositors in this office, lelt on yesterday
morning's Frisco train for Cherokee,
where she will spend a couple of months
with her parents.
S.M. Hobbs, a son of Judge Hobbs, ar
rived in the city, ycsterdy Irom Kansas
City and will spend several weeks visit
ing with his father.
Col. Woodcock, 31. W. Levey, N. F.
Nelderlandcr, A. W. Oliver and Engineer
Jackson will leave for Topeka this morning
where they go on business connected with
the Florence short line, and to take in the
J. A. Vinuedge, of Indianapolis, Ind., is
in this city.
Master Willie Itusscll, !n returned
from ISocton, where he has been attending
school the past year.
Mrs. II. J. 3lullcr has gone to Pennsyl
vania, where she expects to pend the sum
mer. Mr. Fuller yesterday received a lo tter
irom Finley ltoss, who is-novv in Montreal,
Canada, in which ho said he was enjoying
his trip very much.
Are you going to ElDorado on the excur
Hememberthat it will cou you but l, W
and i' cents to go to ElDorado to-morrow
The city council adjourned lat night on
account of the Democratic blowout, until
Col. Stewart yesterday shipped a very
line Poland China hog to Lee Taylor, at
The excursion train to El Dorado to-morrow
will leave this city at 3 o'clock. Let
every one make calculations to go and have
a good time.
A large number of lots have been sold In
Queen City, a new town on the line of the
Wichita, McPhcr-on .t Denver road, about
twenty miles northwest of thl- city.
A woolen factory is greatly needed in
Wichita. Dealers arc buying high grade
wool ou our streets at 14 cents per pound.
There would seem to be a piofit here on
anything made from this staple.
We have every variety of fruit and vege
tables in great abundance and very cheap.
There is no such opening in the wet for a
canning factory. Will some practical man
look into it, and come and occupy the field J
We are informed that quite a row oc
curred at the German picnic, on Sunday,
held in the grove at the mouth of Cbisholm
creek. The aflray was participated In by
about a dozen persons. No arrests.
If the Democrat who wrote u an acnooy
mous communication yesterday, criticising
the EtGLC and iti editor had appended his
name, his letter would have appeared ; but.
we were right as to the life of Hendricks
all the same.
Last year the City Holler mills manufac
tured between 40,CX) and S0,COt) bands of
flour, and this year they will nearly double
that amount. They will coautn abont
10,OX) bushels of wheat per month.
.270.273'tl,419,530 8 i89,08il 92 t 7.137,777.92 29.829
The Democratic fire worJts last night
set fire to some rubbish near the rear of the
, Eagle office which, looked a little serious
I for a moment or two. If you must shoot at
. the Eagle, gentlemen, bang away at ber
head and not her rear.
Our Democratic friends have Mike Zim
mcrly, X. A. English, Dr. McAdams and
Mr. lirown, to thank for the nne stand
erected for their last-night's ratification
meeting, and, in fact, for having a ratifica
tion at all.
Fortunes have been made in the legiti
mate increase of values in this city, but it
is well to remember that skilled labor com
bined with capital creates value. We can
no longer close our eyes to the importance
of manufactures in Wichita.
Kight in the rear ol the Democratic plat
form last night a gambling wheel arrange
ment was being run. This nation may
need a Democratic administration but it is
very certain that a Republican administra
tion in this city would improve things.
While a little boy was holding a farm
team on Douglas avenue yesterday, the
horses became frightened at a passing
traction engine and started to run. For
tunately they were caught and held by
several men. and a serious accident thereby
The county fair will begiu on the 30th of
September and continue four days. It
promise h to be the largest and best fair
ever held in this county. People from al'
over the country are writing to the secre
tary lor premium lists, and undoubtedly
the exhibit will be a large and fine one.
Kobert Clark, who lives a few miles east
of the city, marketed the first new wheat
of tho season 1,700 bushels which he de
livered to the City Holler mills last week.
It averaged nearly forty bushels to the
acre, was of excellent quality, and he sold
it lor seventy cents per bushel.
The new high school building on Empo
ria avenue is built of brick, with stone
foundation and slate roof. It contains five
commodious rooms, is heated by a furnace,
has water service, and cost 910,400, exclu
sive of furniture aud furnace. It will be
used exclusively for high school purposes.
The school term will begin in September.
Sedgwici county produces abundant ma
terial for the manufacture of paper and
straw-board, most of which is annually des
troyed to make room for the crops.
Wichita and the adjacent points furnish a
market for large quantities of these goods,
and with an established wholcsalo trade
here, why may we not manufacture the
goods at a handsome saving for transporta
tion, and get the manufacturers' profits be
sides. A shooting affray occurred last evening
at about six o'clock in tho faro room above
Smith's restaurant on Main street. Frank
Ferrell, the dealer, and Sam Arnold got in
o some trouble, and from words they
passed to blows, and finally Ferrell got a
revolver and discharged two shots at Ar
nold, but missed his mark and one toall
took effect in the hand of another man by
the name of Hill Chanault. The lattcr's
hand was pretty badly injured.
Xkwtox, Ivan., July 14. Tho Itc
publicnn convention of Harrcj count
in scion to-dny elected to the state
convention np delegates : G. W. Ken
avcl, II. It. Chillis, M. V. Svveezcy,
J. C. Johnsou and A. L. Greene. Al
ternates : A. It. I.eiiiinon, L. E. Steele.
A. 11. l.atliy, I. email, Cone and C. S.
Resolutions were passed instructing
lor Col. John A. Martin for governor;
declaring in favor of additional rail
road legislation; fixing maximum rales
in the hauling of lumber, coal, agricul
tural implement?, live stock, grain,
tlotir and feed; increasing the power
of (he board of commissioner, and
simplifying the power of the the board
of commissioner-', aud fluidifying the
filing of complaint-: al-o declaring
that the people of the Mate, without
regard to party, having adopted the
constitutional amendment prohibiting
the manufacture and sale of intoxicat
ing liquors as a beverage, c arc op
posed to there-opening of that ques
tion during the coming campaign, and
our delegates to the state convention
arc instructed to oppose its re-?ub-mission.
Cincinnati, July 1 1. The cigar
packers of this city have been ordered
out in consequence of ft lack of cigar
makers which is now-in its nintccnth
week. Resolution; were adopted ad
yisiug packer? of other places not to
John B. Hollman, who killed hi nu
Ilobert January 12, 1S33, was to-day
sentenced to be hanged October 21.
HtTCiiiNSON. July 14. Tlie Demo
crats ratified the nomination of Cleve
land and Hendricks to-night by bon
fires, anvils, etc. A very fair amount
of enthusiasm was exhibited, consid
ering that this wa a J htirman strong
hold on the Democratic side.
Lkavenworth, Kan., July 14. The j
Democrats had a large and enfhuia-l
tic meeting here to-uight, to ratifv the
nomination of Cleveland aud Hendricks-.
A large number of caLers j
were iu attendance, and the meeting i
!a-ted till midnisht.
Springfield, Ma.-., July 13. W'nL
Hannaghan's horse, "Sour Mr.sh' wa
driven twenty miles in seventy-reven
minutes and thirty-five second by
Sam Richards at Hampden park this
A PLUCKY JAILER.
Looisvu-le, Kv., July 14. Tlie
Times Ovcensboro, Ky., special says:
At 1:30 o'clock this morning an armed
mob attacked the county jail and kill
ing Jailor W. J. Lucas, breaking in
the doors of the cell roem and taking
Richard May, a negro, out aud hang
ing him to a tree in the court house
yard. Sixty or seventy men sur
rounded the jail and demanding the
prisoner who had attempted to outrage
the daughter of Sid Kelly, a prominent
fanner living in the country a few
days before. The jailor called lo his
wife to have pisttils in readiness and
refused to open the doors of the jail.
Tlie mob then began firing and the
fire was returned by the jailor and his
son Thomas, aged sixteen. They lired
as many as thirteen shots, the mob
firing as many as ICO. Jailor Lucas
fired from the porch and his son from
the front window. Two of the mob
are rcpoited as killed, eve
witnesses saying that they saw
one man fall shot by
Tom Lucas, aud that he was placed on
a horse and Quickly carrieil oil. After
firing six shots from the porch t'ic
jailor was shot, the ball entering the
right side near the nipple, lie was
carried to his room, still refusing to
give up the keys. His wife took a
pistol and tried to repel tho mob, but
they crowded up stairs aud forced her
to give up the cell key s. The outer
door was battered down by a sledge
They then took May from his eel
and hung him to the only available
limb in the court house yard. It is
stated that they had ropes prepared
for two other victims. The rope was
a new one and the knot was a regular
hangman's knot. The jail premises
arc badly riddled with bullets. The
jailor carried a lantern in his hand and
afforded a good target. After
hanging their victim, the mob depart
ed leaving a number of masks about
the ail premises. It is stateir- that
among them were a number of Negros
aud that a portion of them came from
Indiana, opposito Owensbtirg, where
the girl's father once lived. May was
the third negro hung in thp court
house yard by mob and tlie fourth vic
tim of the gallows in the county. The
outrage, of last night is universally
condemned. There is great indigna
tion among the citizens of Owensbtirg
and the end of the affair is not yet at
hand. Jailor Lucas was given prompt
attention but died at 7 o'clock this
EjirxmrA, July 11. The Lyon
county democrat? arc holding a grand
ratification meeting in thin city this
evening. The streets arc thronged
with an enthusiastic multitude. The
Hartford delegation was accompanied
by a brass band, which with the K. 1
and K. T. bauds of this city
arc furnishing cxcelleut music. The
speakers arc Enquires W.J. Randolph,
W. I. McCarty, J. Harvey Smith, J.
M. McCown, aud Frank Uticherof this
city. Bon fires and a plentiful display
of lire works help to make the Demo
cratic ratification of Lyon county a
success. A more enthusiastic Demo
cratic demonstration vvn never held
in Lyon County.
FORCED THE JAIL.
OwF.NsnoHo, Ky., July 14. At two
o'clock this morniug a crowd of
masked men forced open the jail and
hung Dick .May to a tree near by.
May was a negro charged with the
crime of rape. Jailor K. 51. Lucas,
while the hanging was in progress,
fired from the balcony of the jail and
killed one man mid fatally wounding
Dr. Lockhart. The crowd then fired
on him, wounding him so that he died
New Youk, July 14. A meeting of
the national committee of the Irish
American Republican league, and
other prominent Irish citien, wa
held iu the United States hotel at
Long Branch to-day, for the purpose
of organizing for the coming cam
paign. A. L. Morrison, of New
Mcxico, presided. A large number of
telegrams and letters from different
parts of the country, making reports
of Illainc and I-ogim wero read. It
was rcjolvcd to hold the convention of
Irish-American Republicans at Cin
cinnati. GENERAL MANAGER APPOINTED.
St. Louis, Mo., July 14. A circular
announcing the npointment of Col.
Talmsge geueial manager ofUie Wa
bash railroad r ads 'u ; Mr. A. A.
Talmage is hereby appointed general
manager of all railwav in charge of
the undersigned. The entire manage
ment of all departments and al officers
and employe will hereafter be gov i-th-cdbyhN
Thos. E Tutti.e,
FOR DISTRICT JUDGE.
Kmisoria, Jtilr 13. Judge Urarce
was unanimoiHy nominated to-daj as
a candidate for re-election as judge of
this judicial district.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
The following table gives the arrival and de
parture of trains at Wichita
ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA FE.
rtt 131' M A
c freight 3 15 I-
Kansas City Express j
Express-. 5 351' M '
Ac Tleiht 11 45 A M j
All ethers dally except .Sandsy
8T LOCIS X SAN FRAN05CO
Mall train from St
Locis arrives at p m ;
leaves for the north at 6 05 p
Mali train '
leaves ror it east at 7 -is a ra
WICHITA A WESTERN
Areommodatloa leaves the Cnlea d-jot for
(Wiener at IS iii n; freight acr-i
a. nt Eefcrsir. leases Cheur at
amvlar at Caioa depot at S-OO mail
aoo for Kassas Qty with th regal sr pattest r
rroni ue hti
5T LOCIS. FT SCOTT A WICHITA
tlin ) LtATaa
Ac Frslght T J a rs
Kx A Mali. 10? a.
Kx A Mall : a.
FTsirht . !0:W a a.
Ac rr4ght -jp m
T OST Ot hsir iziUT between the Utile.
X-i River bridge sad Major DarU' risJT ,
will pleas !ave at this oSc
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
laz stwrs i 0046 00
Botchen' atecra . .1 3S05 00
rateowsand hrtftn 3 3334 00
Fat ablpptnic boga, bwt..... 4 Vt So
Stock and frtdinj bofa Bft4 40
Shfep 2 50v3 50
rotatow, perbn Wi& 00173
Eggs - 12 la
Batter 103IJ 1215
Chicken, prr It) , 6 S
Cblekeni, per doznt i.oo&l.io rath. 25
8. p. Ham. V 1V
S. C. Bk. Bacon 12 15
Bacon aide 10U WV
D. 8. Side , 8' 1
Shouldera S 10
Lard 91.' 31S'
Corn mal 1 w 1 su
Flonr, ht?h patent 3 5rt
Hour, patent .. ...... 305
Flour, XXXX z-.... 2 75
Flonr X.XX 2 30
chopri i oo
Curn, pare Tjhlte .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
Xkw Tobjc, JnlT II, 184.
Mo.vrr Flat at 1 '? cents; .cloalnf
offered at 1 7 cent.
Pbimk McacAXTlLr Prsu uO par cant.
Stirling Eichaxi.1 Firm; at 4 S3S'; de
mand 5 M1,'.
Gorxaxm-Tr Boxd Firm.
IUilat Bohiw Generally Arm.
St atx SacnuTiM Dull.
Unslncj at the (tock exchange to-day open
ed with lrTcgnlar market, due to rnmoraofuth
errailureaintbe dry good! trade.
IT. S. 3-pcr-cents Iu0(3.. ..
V S.Hi.per-ceotj l'si....
V.S 4-per-centi Ill';
Missouri raclflc i5' bondi 102S
Hannibal St. Joaephbond 1(4
Central Faclflc stock 3ii
Chicago A Alton 125
Chicago, Burlington A Qalncy 112V
Denver X HJo Grande SV
Hannibal A St. Joseph WW
Hannibal A St. Joseph preTemd (asked). . !,
Missouri Pacific W!.
Northern Pacific , 17.','
New York Central 101),'
L'nlon Paclfle 32';
Western Union M.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas Citt, July 1:
Tho Live-Stock Indimlor reports :
Cattlk Receipts, 2,6U4; market strong for
the best and barely steady for medium; natiru
steers 10 to 1500 lt.i 50M6.S3; do, WO to 1100
lb. tl.7535.S0; stockers 3.50(4.(10; grass fed
Toxassteers 83.7564 GO; cows 1.75&.SO.
Hous Receipts, SOU; market weak and 10c
loner; lots averaging 1-6 to 310 3 sold at
5.00(5.30; balk at 5.1uO5.10.
SiiEar Receipts, 101; steady and unchanged.
St. Louis Grain and Produce.
St. Loci. July II, !s.
Flolu Market unchanged.
Wiucat Market a shade better; No. J red
83 '; new, cash.M'sMi,, closing 84',; July,
SWijlsi, August. S5,',G,$5;, September, HOj.rq,
Coax Market lower and slow, 4wilC cash
10 July , U,:, August ; 47,'U37' September.
Oath Market firmer and lower, 3,V bid
cash; i7tji7'. JulySSl&a. August.
Rtk Dull; id bid;
Baulit Xo market
Lead Market slow; ! 35
Better Unchanged .
Egos Market unchanged.
Fiaxeei Nominal .
If ay Market higher timothy ill Lo.rS17.C0
Biian .Steady; 59c.
C'ohn-meai. Quiet at i 7o.
WniskET Steady at !.).
Receipt Flour 40.0n0harrele; wheat 101,000
bushels; corn, 37,000 bushels; oats, tt.ono
bushels ; rye, nono ; barley, none.
SmrMEiTs Floor, 40,000 barrels ; wheat, IS,
imi bushels; corn, 130,000 bushels; oats,
ll,JO; rye, none; barley, none.
Louis Live Stock.
St. Locis, July 14, lttti.
Cattle Receipts, 3,500; shipments, l,5tJ;
quality oor; market easier; good graders
stead); exjiorts C 40(36 03; good to choice
shipping, t!.OOi30 10; common to medium
$5 2.V35.W; grass natives at :a.,5 .V; do Tex
as, 93 5($.i mainly 4.00Jt4.'iO
Siitcr Receipts, COO; shipments. 400; steady:
Inferior to fair i.'Xii$,w, medium to good
$3 'J.V3S3 75; choice, to extra "M.IMsl Ml, good to
choice lambs Sl.i..' oo.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Ciiilaoo, July II, IsM
Wjieat Quiet, weaker, nned flrm. rose
.''fl. fell HAl, rinsing ', bulow Saturday,
July l0!!2V', closing ol.',; August rfiidH-V;.
closing sjij. September, sJ';Ue4', closing al
tO. , October, fc4','(4S', jf0, i Spring MSDI.1.
Cokn Market Easier and dull; opened un
changed, closing .'' below Saturday, cash 'J'K
50,V, closing at .'.,'. Jnly 50'(.l,i. clos
ing at 50;; August 51V6-J21.. closing at II'.',
September 51 "iijW, closing si 31 ', ;(;obtr Mx
31. venr 13-4 1.1 .. Murll.'.fcll'.. closinr at 4'i
Oats Market quiet; cash rj, .Inly, ttO'i: i
August a,1,,.'. ; September, 25,,fe.!5'lc;jar, I
1'OBK Hull and unchanged; rash IOf17.
July and August ttt.StrtiSi 75; September :
31.50, year $l:-jtU'.W. I
IMM'.NSlBCt Uir BUI4 rfWJIVV ln;i , LSWU
7,1&7.I5, August. 7 15i7 '..closing 7 !!'.,
Srjtember, 7 357 Kii, closing at 7 Sots
7 31;, October, 7 407 4'.
Itn.K Meat Dull, shoulders. " Wt short
ribs. 7 M : clear. 3 23 I
IICTTEn Meadv; creamefly l7AI-',r, dairy 14
K.-.CS Unsettled at ll'.'iSli',,
Wiiskt Steady at 1 10
RECEirrs Flour, C7 .000 barrIs; wheat, ri,
000 bushels ; corn. tZ,Q"0 bushels; oats, 7,u
bushels; rye, 4, loo bushels; barley, 1.409
SmrMEvrs Flour, 7,ono bsrrels ; wheat,
205,OUO bushols; corn, 9l,io bsshels : oats,
17G.0U0 bushels; rye, 3,oou; barley l,40v bush
els Chicago Live Stock
Ciiicaoo, July II, MM.
Tht Drovtr'i Jouryxtl reports
Hogs Receipts, l.!"0; shipments, K.UM;
market quiet, weak and lor tower; mixed 4 WM2
5.20, heavy 5 2V&15.53, light Wt5 30; shlp
jiers, SI.0UH4 75, there were 11,0") unsold
Cattle Receipts, 7,100 shipments, t,0M,
fairly retire, shippers unchanged; Texas lust
lie lower, exports 1S.75&7 II1.; good to chole
shipping V loac 50j common to medium s 4o
?W 00; rass fed Texas 3 7J 13, good to
choice .Ilt 75
Siiaar Receipts, 3.SO0, shipments, 200;
lower; inferior to fair S 3ot3 40; medium to
good 3 JOeU V); choice lo extra 75-5 U
Lambs, ierbead J ool V
IF TOTJ AKE OOIJrO TO BUY A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
j Diamond Tin, Iv Mottoes, Ring. Wat'Ji
Chain, or fn fact anything. It wtli pay
' you to go and see
iPOST THE PAWNBROKER,
Far If he ts. ssvthlng Too want, too ta save
! money by lyior of htm Cr Two d'rs '
. ws.t of Treiwmt Hooee, next to tsdrlal
er' isn't !&, II Ixjcgt rnof. Wichita,
, Kan -lf
W. L. McBee,
Abs trsrUftfUifent?tll va .hart vtif.
Fire, Life ail Trniaio bnraice.
0 St GwJs"
A. R. GORE'S
ts ma rvica to rt
Peruvian B'er k Pure Ice-Cream.
Tit aWatt IB t& Worti.
i Mstsrv vea,4 ' "! t First 9Wst
Well How do
ron&ly you think ice refer to the
White Goods, Lawns, Nuns Veiling, Grenadines and such light
Summer wear as you need of
21 MAIN ST.,
Some of those nice Embroideries (on Hamburg Swiss) of
JVcim We Com to Something TJllA' in the Shape of
Women and Children, and J?rn Babies. All be Cool and You
Will be Level-headed. Hut Jietncmber
Tho Leaders in the Dry Gooils Trade.
Bvrcything is at
21. 21. 21. 21. 21.
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their property chserrsUy,
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nliltst iii'wey In. lltullon In th Arkausst
W. C HOOHMAV.
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Wll.t, (,. H'IOIMAN,Ja
American Kiehange Nst'l Usuk. New furs.
Hr.t Nsttunsl Hank, ,f CV.Ag,, llllauls
IUok nt Kansas City, K'.nsss City, .Mlsanurl
Are n tvupyng ir
Nrw wMM4ieHs Raak KtiiMlig
No. 33 Main StreoL
Do a General Bantinn Bisiiess
Id all U tuwleru fniKllobs
Lean Jfearjr ia j AMiai
On all sstlsfssUrr n.llatsrals lul, irxal
or rlmttel nI srs.t,mi-lsi ll Urmsii
with tin. from "we ! r luStt rears
t.y- KII llsl.U bv Iks raUet u4 ssf.it line.
ot atesraers lu tbs wrirM, to or fruut all prlMi
psl Kupjci yoitt, via Horth tisrtban IJoj.t
or Oman line.
la (he orgsnliatlon of tbs rirst araassas
Vall.r llaas.cjf WleklU, lutu, lavuss
n.ltlisr Ilret'ir, .toesfcolilsrs or breach,
iur1u we dal la fats, margin r tM
lsu.s Oar aVois are strlellv lo Us niMr
of IU leglllfnaU swats
Fur Its i,iKtat mSDK.fiiMt a. at. syivliln
for he i,rnilli,n of af.rf 4s(wllwr fa
iilwigel the last ilollar nt car for is.
1. (lli g with iiisoy tbaaas uor minartiu aid
frlamla. ato,. i.atrooa., with nor Mbaaeot
faellltias. absll ba hspir lo titer, 4
llwllr aueh or lb sanarsl uiltlU wair t1
Wis rat I tbemselva lba'.,f. aa. r J"1gHtt
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