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WEDNESDAY MOUSING, JULY 23, 1884.
JAMES C. BLAINE.
FOB VICE-rilKSI DENT,
JOHN A. LOGAN.
for Onnirress ..? ....SAMUEL H. 1'ETEIIS
IXIIt rUK-jIDEXTIAL ELECTOKS.
ThlrJ ' .
Seventh ' .
.John II. Itlcr, of Ft. .Soott
. 1. A. VMrntlue, ofClajr
. . .A. J. Fell, of Nemaha
I O. l'lclrrluK.of Johnoon
..J. L DeunUun, urNeonhu
. .1 M. Sillier, of Morris
,.F. W. f-turgei!, ofClmnl
W S. Til ton, or Irtgo
T. T Tajlor, of Ituo
For Chler Justice.
A. II. IlOltlOX. or AtchlMin.
For Associate Juxtlre,
Y. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa.
For Got ernor,
JOHN A. MAKTI.V, ol Atchison.
For Lletitenant-Got ernor,
A. I. KIDDLE, or Crawford.
For Secretary or State.
K. II. ALLEN', or SIK Id
E. I". McCAIJE, or Graham.
For 1 reamrer,
s. T. HOWE, or Marion.
For Attorney General,
3. II. MIADKORI), or 0afre.
ForSu)ierintcU'lrnt l'ublic Instruction,
J. II. LAWIIEAD, or Jionrbou.
For State .-enator, 31nl District,
JOHN KELLY, of Sedgwick.
COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEET
"ING. There Mill ben .meeting of the Republi
can county central committee of Sedgwld
county held in the court uouoe In the City
of Wichita, on Saturday, Aujjut2, lbS4, at
2 o'clock p. in., for the purjiokc orconiiier
ing the time and jilsco of holding the coun
ty contention, and other important Iium
ties. Ail member, of aaid committee arc
expected to be present, and all friend are
linited. JNO. KELLY,
A. It. WltiniiT, Chairman.
Tin- New York par-drivers, who
rontinuij lo work eighteen hours in
roneco, no we of (lovenior Cleveland's
veto, love him, sis a mutter of course.
No man ever heard of a Democrat
waiting until after a make bit to take
the antidote. Tlicv "lizzie it down
and then yell bring on your Hiuko.
Amid all the doubt, Cleveland and
Hcubrieks cau feel .-ereue when they
look at Kentucky ami Arkansas. Tlicy
are almost Mire-nop Democratic.
Tho IriMi World declines to support
Cleveland and Hendricks- upon a plat
form that de-poils the homes of the
workingineii at the dictation of lCnjr
lMi lantllordb and manufacltirer-.
Itlnitio'e. letter is all right, and (lie
corn and potatoi-h tire growing and
the wheal hariet proceeding h-itU-factorily.
The Ameriran people may
renew their coiilitlriice n the future.
"Wc want the ollicei examined,"
roans the veteran lit litlrkks. Leave
ofi'lhelat word and the truth will be
'mbla7oncd in Irlirrsof living light.
And it will be the whole truth and
nothing but th" liulli
Virc-l'ri'sidcntial Candidate Hen
dricks litis called f-omebody "a liar,"
and Senator Keck hnari-cn to second
the motion. Thi- i t-uppo'd to open
the Demoriatic rampaigu without
waiting for the Irtleth ol acceptance.
Utah ran not vole for president and
vice-prefcidrnt, but if "-he could Cleve
land ami Ilcndrickn would have about
mx votea to one tor Jtlaiue ami Logan.
Salt Lake Herald.
The htuleiiuiil io not l be doubted.
Mormon Republican are not thick.
Flower is reported to have driven
iu the hung with a Mcdge hammer,
and iu i-itling on tlic head of the bar
rel. This will bring onow lo the
patriotic boRMiniK that were getting
ready to hwell with huzzas.
Indiana Democrats my the slaugh
ter of McDonald makes the ttate suit!
for Bluitie, ami sjieak of Hendricks art
the man "who bet raxed his friend,
ami voted for himself against the can
didate he hatl placed in nomination '
'llicrcis a big pork corner on in
Chicago, and Armour, it is xaid, is
tire to make a million os more dollars
uutofjt' Pork is now up to $2.1.50
Ier liarrel for .July and August deliv
ery and htill rif-inj:. Manx believe It
will goto $30.
Henry Ward Keechcr says he does
not intend to worn about this elec
tion. "The Lord will k-I lie it iu His
oxvu gootl xvy.'' It is gratifying to
knuxv Mr. llerrhcr is willing to let the
J.ord have Hi- oxvn xvav once.
At the Fifth Avenue hotel in New
York, the other evening a bet xva
made ou the politics of all persons en
tering the house at a stated time.
Each was asked to vote for Cleveland
or Blaine as he chose. There xvere a
106 voters: of these !;! xvere lor
The Democratic organs are making
a desperate eflort to keep the record
of their party out of tho canvass. One
organ xvants (lie campaign to turn on
what the parties arc doing noxv ami
not ou xvhat they did iu the past,
while another wills Cleveland a "con
temporaneous statesman,"' ami -ax
that he doc- not live iu the pa-t, but
in the present.
The Harvard college profes-ors and
.mugwumps of Boston, and Mr. Carl
Schiir?, of New York, based their op
position to Blaine and Logan princi
pally on the ground that the civil ser
vice plank in the platform aciording
to their vicxv is "immoral ami dis
honest." Senator Hoar a-toni-hed
and terrified these "reformers" by
telling them that the plank which they
have made objection to xx-ns xvritten
bv Ceo. W.Curtis.
The resolution of thank to Senator
Ulalr, of Xexv llmupshiro, adopted liy
the Jx-ntioiial loacher association at
Manlisou xxn a richly merited reeo'
nitiou of faithful public service
crowned with success. The lllair hill
having become a law depite the (uib
lilinjr. coiifctitiilioiuil objection of mo
backed Democrat, there is no dauber
of its repeal, and its practical opera
tion. will j:o far t solve the question
of education which the southern states
as states hax'e been unable to -olve.
Of course, a irreat deal ha been doue
since tlic war to lessen illiteracy in the
south, but time has slmxvn that ihcl
task was. hex ond the poxxer of sail-- j
iaetory Derfiiriuaiiie hi uti.iiiled local
NO DOUfT CORNCCT.
Mr. Faxon, of the Omaha White
Lead comjiany. who wu formerly a
citizen of Kansas, and whose business
takes him into every town of amy con-
sjderable.size in this state, was in the
city yesterday, bpeaklng or the late
convention at Topcka, its platform
and nominees, he said he had taken
great pains to ascertain the sentiment
of the people and that witli the excep
tion of two or three localities Knu?:u
xvould give an overwhelming majority
for i he entire Republican tiikcti
Lcaveuxvorlh and Wichita arc the
only places xvherc the platform has
been criticised or complained ol to
any extent. Republicans say every
where that the (onveutiou could not
have done less than recognize the con
stitution and law as binding, especial
ly in view of the fact that the prexcut
chief executive of the state had; so far
as he could, trampled it beneath his
feet, as also the courts which had sus
THE LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE.
We publish clsexvhcrc Mr. Blaine's
letter of acceptance. It appears to us
to be tho ablest, most explicit, influen
tial, and thoroughly wise document
ever addressed to a nominating com
mittee as a letter of acceptance. The
history not only of the two pending
political parties, but, iu an economic
aspect, of the nation, is condensed iu
it. Amply as xve tvere satisfied with
the Republican platform to which this
is a response, it must be said that ihe
letter of acceptance at once embodies
and supersedes the platform. Upon
this letter alone the campaign cau be
fought. On this xve rest. Our case is
The argument it makes for protec
tion, all the more effective because not
put into the lorm of an argument,
stands iu relation to the predictions
of Hamilton and Gallatin iu the early
days of the republic as fulfillment to
prophecy as demonstration to hy
pothecs Then the great results cap
able of being xvou from destiny by the
policy or vigorous protection to home
industry was believed in, though seen
as through a glass darkly. Now they
are proudly pointed to because xve are
face to face with them.
Mr. JJIaino's letter is not merely lu
minous; it is a flood of golden sun
shine; it is life radiant, health exuber
ant, hope triumphant, vigor made
scll-cunscious. Every man who reads
it carefully will feel iukpjml ,,y jt.
Every nun, who is political!!' sick or
infirm and is xx orihy to recover will
find hi-allli in it. 'Hie calm splendor
of Ihe rising day drives before it all
enemies by the s'imple poxx'cr of light.
So, .Mr. ltfaiues letter comes xvith the
"Cicim ami silent ptMvcr of sunrise.
The issues it presents had in sonic dc
giee olteu before been presented, but
here they are convened into daylight.
Other men have urged the tarifl tjuco
lioii. Mr. Blaine i-. irresistible xvilh
Whenever this letter of acceptance
shall be rend, calumny will make lia-te
to break its poisoned arrows anil sink
their fragments iu oblivion's stream.
Men xvbo l.axe not previously felt that
they have known Blaine will" now feel
that they have conversed xvith him
under ihe simile of the great tree- of
hi -j faraway Maine home.
We will not mar the floxving ca
dence of this letter by selecting extract-.
Xo extinct can be made from
a tleep, clear, billowy currout of
thought which in continuity is like a
rivcr,aml inbieadthaud placidity is
like the sea at rest. Stars glisten iu
its depth-. Its pulse exalts us xvith a
sense ol kin-hip to the great, round
xvoritl ot iiumaii hearts.
Reading the letter, the mighty state
ol which xve form a part, the great
American Republic, becomes again
distinct xvith lifi like a ship xvhen its
pilot (-lops on board, ready again lo
move, true to it" sure helm, out upon
a career that i- xviser and safer I ban to
lie and decay iu port. With this hand
at the lit lilt the sooner the anchor i
raised the belter. Fair winds
invite u- to set the ship's
prow seaxxanl. Tho ship herselt
xvelcomes the baud of her coming
helm-man As many busy hearts ami
bauds combine to loose her for her
four-year xoyage under the trusted
pilot, all look" forward confidently to
the time when all on board xvill thrill
with i-tjual pride at I ho grand manner
in which tho good ship xvill breast
ex cry xxaxe iu her new and enlarged
1 he Buffalo Courier admiui-ters a
deserved rebuke to the Nexv York
Times for a-king Ihe Democracy to
get rid of iln disreputable classes. If
the bolters are goingto abide with the
Democracy, the Courier says, they
must expect to put up with the com'
pany they find themselves iu, ami not
look" to sec the "-xveaty" and "horny
handed' fellows turned out to iirike
room for a few dudes.
The Boston Traveler is authority
for the statement that shortly before
the conx'cntiou (Jen. Butler assured a
Bostou friend that iu case Cleveland
were nominated Blaine's majority iu
Massachusetts xvould not be less than
40,000. By way of reply to a tjuc--lion
as to iti own action in that con
tingency. Gen. Butler said: "An
iri-nman xvas once riding in a car
riage, xvhen the horse kicked so hard
thatatla-t he planted bis hind feet
clear oxer the dasher. 'Be jabers,'
said Pat, 'if it's the likes of you are
coining into the shay it's me-elf
that'll be gettin' out.' Now, I see
that if Cleveland is nominated, cer
tain gentlemen in Masachu-etts talk
about comiiuj into tho Democratic
carryall. In that ca-e I should feel
xory" like Pat in the story. Thex
think I ami my friends are bad men",
and 1 knoxv that thevarc. so that xxe
couldn't ride comfortably together."'
During the lingering illness of Pres
ident Garfield tho American people
leaned ou Mr. Blaine. When G.irticld
died, kindlv expressions toward Mr.
Blaine xvete frequent iu rverv direc
tion. One of thee from the Na-hvillc
hx-enmg Banner. (Democratic), of
September '26, 1881, is indicatixe of
the feeling of the cniite country. It
is reproduced below:
To the sccrelalj of st.itc the four quar
ter of the union owe .i li lit of irratttudi'
for the noble manner tu which lie fruperin.
tended the earn of the prr-ident (luring the
illnc tlitt terminated -o unhappily; lor
the tender solicitude lie lu had for the
family of the deceased: lur the lalthful way
In which he managed pulilic l-ii-lncs- uhen
hi" 'superior was prostraud on hid death
tied; and lor the daily litltldiu 1" 1-ouell
that told anxioui million the tiuc condi
tion of their chief All honor, then, to .Mr.
Ulainc. and to the state that prodmodaum
so w orthy of popular plaudit. The luture
ha- much in store for tliK dUlfnenlidied
statesman, and no matter what, illtlf rentes
of apolitical nature mar exist, (he south
ern people hall with pleasure aitxthing aud
excrytbtni; that tends to add to the welfare
of the secretary, who will ever occupy a
warm corner In the heart of excrj unhlem
Ueorjie William Curtis has only
been a member of the Democratic par
ty but about three week-, and jet he
has managed to coudoue all the silt
that party ha committed iu thcla-t
forty .ears, save the murders and out
rajT periet rated on the colored peo
ple of the south. We jrivc him txxo
xvceks more toapolopre for the Dan
vrllc massacr aud the Copiah mur
der. Iet it be kepi in mind that the lead-
iuj; Democratic paper of the coiiniiv
-axs Croxer Clev land is "a man not
(ptaliticd to be president.''
lite more Mr. Clevelaud comes
view the mailer he appears.
The Massachusetts reform club
could ride In a two-horse omnibus.
The mot eloquent denunciation of
Cleveland tub thevsUeBceofAtbcrXew.
The Irish Nation, Irish World. Free
man's Journal and Bostou Pilot sup
Mr. Petroleum V. Nasby says, ''the
problem for Dimocrisy " Jo "solx-e is,
hoxv to get rid of itself."
The Democratic party couldn't
stand succe-. It is oiilv the enliven
ing 'cnce of ltungrT that keeps it
The issue of daily health bulb tins
from Mr, TiMen's residence lias been
di-coutiutied until further notice.
It xvould be fre. trading by the job
lot in the ex cut of our next "governor
being his expediency ioveruor Cleve
laud. Mr. Tilden's failure thus far to con
gratulate Mr. Clevelaud xvill be accept
ed as further evidence that Mr. Til den
is a very sick man
Hereafter the shrewd man intending
to put himself in training for a Demo
cratic presidential nomination will go
and hide him-elf in a hole.
Another anti-Blainc campaign song
by Carl Schtirz is announced. It is
called "Only a Little Bolter, and is
set to the "air of "Mollic Darling.''
The Ohio Democrats xvbo xvent out
to Chicago lo icstore the duty ou
wool lost their instructions ittid spent
their whole time hunting for them in
the bar room-.
The studied persistency xvith which
Mr. Tiltlen omits to congratulate
Clex eland is accounted for ou the
score that the old gentleman is train
ing for a roxving match xvith Haitian
Much is -aid about Gox'ornor Cleve
land's "clean ret ord." But as lads
come out it becomes more apparent
that that which i- clean is blank, aud
that xx Licit is not blank is not clean.
The comment of the leading Loudon
newspapers leave very little room to
hope that Blittne can carry England.
The further a wax yi.u gel from the
United States the more hopeles his
One term a- -hcrill. nine month- as
mayor of ItiiU'.tlo and a year and it
half as governor of New York make
up the Mini total of Governor Cleve
land's public caret r. His ignorance
of national questions, and hi.- inexpe
rience in dealing xvith national affairs
uiaKc u certain tnai n lie xx'ere presi
dent he xvould Iinve to depend largelv
upon the advice of the Democratic
counselors who xvould crowd about
Mr. John Boy le O'Reilly stated Ihe
case compactly xvhen he wrote iu the
Boston Pilot concerning Clevelaud:
"He has not a single quality large
enough to lit him for the prc-itlencv
of the United State.
The Republican nuijorilv for u
gressman in the late election iu Oie
gon is 2,04",aboiit three times ., lurire
as the state gaxe Gai field. The imlii
cations point to a innjoiitv of -1,000 or
5,000 for Blaine in November.
The Independents are all the time
talking about the "deep undercurrent
of opposition to Mr. Blaine," but no
one can see the undercurrent. It must
have gone into a hole and pulled the
hole in after it
(lovenior Abbott, of Nexv Jersey,
in his speech in C iir-iiro, called for'a
platform broad enotmh for ex'cry
Democrat in t e co'o.try to stand on.
The governor hadn't cist his eve on
Ihe feet of the delegates from Texas.
Blaine iingnetif1. f 'levelntid antagonize-,
John Ixellev :iilhemati7P,
Butler adverti-e-. Ctt li- criticises
Beecher moralize-. Dnii" sligmtties.
Hendricks dogmatize.. Durbin Ward
sympathize- Hoatlly temporizes.
General Rulrcoiid R"srcraiH do
clare- thai he could bax'i swept the
countrv it Hie ieinocrat hail nomi
nated hint. The Democrats don't want
to swcei) the country. however. Their
scheme i- lo scoop it into a !iag and
hang it up to drv.
The employes of the North Chicago
rolling mills are for Rlaiuc almost to a
man, bctn-p. as one of -them express
ed it. "We like him. lie ran run him
self." The employes at the South
Chicago mills are also reported to be
The Pioneer Blaine club, of Nexv
Orleans, has appointed a committee lo
confer with the Sugar Planters' asso
ciation of Louisiana, and invites its
co-operation in the nomination and
support of a Republican electoral tick
et in that state.
Tho Chicago Herald, Democratic,
advises Its part v not to contest Ohio
in October, and thus ccape the de
pressing influences of defeat. The ad
vire is good, and might be extended.
Withdraxv Clex-cland and join in re
joicing over Blaine's unanimous elec
tion. - . ,-
i i ,
The Philiilelphia Times doe-n'l
know xvhat to think of the Democrat
ic ticket, but prophesies that it "xvill
be a sxxrccpinjr revolution or a Hash re
volt and failure.'' It i- wonderful
haxv bravely.some people venture out
upon the imknoxxable.
Gen. Butler denies that he belongs
to a bunting manufacturing monopo
ly; but savs that "life is too short to
contradict all the lies that xvill be pub
lished, ami the wood pulp companv
cannot make paper enough on which
to print the contradictions. '
Tho editorials that are croning out
iu the Democratic organs under the
title ol a "reform campaign'" reads so
much like those published in 1876 as
to create the suspicion that Tilden's
"nincompooil bureau" has been rc-vix-ctl
in the interest of Cleveland.
Thomas A. Lynch, a prominent
Irih Democr.it of Rutland Vt and a
man of influence among 2,000 Iri-lt
qtiarrymen, has declared for Blaine
aue Logan. lie will prohaoly carry
hundred of votes xvith him. An
Iti-h Blaine ami Loau club xvill -oou
be formed theie.
There i-something amusing m the
Massachusetts dilde following the ex
ample ol the New York phari-ee-, and
pretending to enjov -their dish of
Cleveland ciovv. They are trying to
bolt it a-i a dog would a -lug of meat,
but xvould evidently much prefer to
bolt axvav from it.
.Ioeph II. livxheail, of Ft. Scott,
u ho xx as nominated on Thursday for
State Superintendent ot Tobi'ic in
struction, is a native of Uuiontoxxn,
Fayette county, Fa., so that old coun
try this year furnishes the Kepiihlican
tate ticket xvith txxo names. jjr.
I-ax head's business in thi xvorld ha
been education. Itc devoted four
x ears' to the education of the Con
federates, xvhile this country xxas
learning to pell the xvord nation, and
tor the better part ot his civil carter
he has been studx iur. teaching or con
nected xvith our common school sys
tem iu an oflicirtl enpacitx. He xvorked
ou the tailor's b ncli to procure mean-
to obtain an .icailcnuceilucatiou: then
taught ehonl: then xveut into the
Ninth We-t irgmia xolmiteer and
performed a great deal of
tiard service, his last commis
sion being that of adjuiaut general
of the Second Hrigade second Divis
ion of the minx of the Shcuaudoali.
When the xx ar xxa. over he returned
to Ohio and successfully engaged in
academic teaching. He ha done good
work for education in ltotirbou coun
ty as a teacher and as superintendent
of school. He has been admitted to
tho bar. and :d-o to politics asa mem
ber ol i lie la! leg'si.tturc from Hour
li.ni (-otiiil v . Mr I-iu h-.-il xvill nroic
a X'.iluaiile (nan at ihehead of our st.it,
chool j stum. champion.
READ MY, PARTIAL LIST AND CALL FOR
I am Selling Lots From First hands in the New Town of Bayne
and Will Make Prices Which Will Admit of Good Profits.
w 12-7J-IC west, Kingman county,
30 acrea broae, tiatO.
1.7J5. w 1-2 of w 1-232-23-5 w, Kingman coun
ty, su acres broke, (lsoo.
VMS. Quarter 8 mile e of town. tiSOO.
1'.74. Quarters 1-i miles a e or Cheney, $2300.
1583 1-2. Quarter sec. 10 miles n w ol Wichita,
on Arkanaas river, tJXiO, $300 caah, balance
on time at 7 per cent.
1JH6. IU) a on Kinnescah rirer, Smilea below
Cheney, 20 a In culU?ation, tiMQ.
13 IWaTnillMHOnthofGoddarJ, tlBOO.
l.Vil. Quarter nee. 5 miles eaator town, SSSOO.
l.V.O. 1MI a miles e of Wichita, SHOW, 1-3
liVII. h." a adjoining Garden Plain, I300.
iwr.. lenainsec 4-23-3 east, Hatler county,
i'.iu cultivation, aisuo.
1ft.".!. Quarter 4 miles n w of Garden Plain,
IU.-M. 160 a 2 miles n w of Garden Plain, 20 a
1CM. n e 1-4 33-20-4 w, 7 mile n w of Garden
Itito. n e 1-4 4-30-4 w, all raw, $1300.
ICC awoalnne part of Comanche county,
plenty of water, a splendid cattle range, $3 per
IMPROVED LANDS. ,
No. 1712 1(10 acres SU miles southeast of
Garden Plain, 80 acres in cultiTsUon, nice
grotes of cottonwood and bor elders, 300 bear
ing peach trees, living water. This is a bar
gain. No.1711. IbO acres S miles west of Valley
Center, nice house 16x26 with addition 7x14,
etable, granary and cribs, 20 acre pasture, good
bearing orchards of apple and peach trees.
15.EI. 100 a 9 miles s w of Wichita, small house,
K) a under cultivation, good orchards of apple
and peach, nice grove, $suu.
1331. 100 a 1-2 mile Irora Cheney, Main eul
1332. 311 a 7 miles w of town on Cowakin
creek, ISO a under cultivation, 10 a of timber,
house of 3 rooms, granary, atable and other
buildings, all hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orchards and groves. This Is a beautiful
place, $40 per acre.
1331. 1C0 a 8 miles s of town, near Uaysville
post-olSce, 110 a In culUvaUon, good 1-2 story
housu with addition, barn 8x36 with lott, corn
crib, smoke bouse, Ac., IS a pasture, good
bearing orchards, $33 ier acre.
132. 1C0 a 1 mile n e of town on Cblsholm
creek, 125 acrea in cultivation, 1 story house,
granary and crib, hedged ia on two sides, some
caring fruit, a splendid place for stock $lo,00.
l.VEi. 240 a 4 miles n w of Goddard, 110 a In
altiiation, 1 1.2 story house of 7 rooms, ice
house, store building, post-office on place, good
tnces, thing water, some fruit, $tjO0O and
terms to suit.
1340. 1H0 a 4 miles aw or Goddard, 11-2 story
honse of i rooms and good cellar, stable for 6
horses, cow stable for 8 head, granary, cribs Ac
good hedges, 30 a pasture, wired, 30 a In culti
vation, liiug water, orchard, At., $4000, easy
151.'. 100 a 4 miles n of Cheney, 110 a In cul
tivation, small house, atable and granary,
spring of water, Jrood orchards, $1300, 1-2
1311. 1MI a I miles e of Cheney, I0J a in culti
vation, liwng water, some iruii, iui.
124X 480 a 5 miles se of Cheney, 2 good hous
es and barns, cribs, sheds aud other buildings,
bearing fruit. Ilxing water, lt a pasture en
closed with wire, $I2,.
I'llD. ISO a B miles s w of Goddard, twain cul-
tiintiiin, small house, waleml by clear creea,
1317. iU) a 1 1-2 mllu s e Garden Plain, 120 a In
culthatlom 1 1-2 Btory house on rooms and
itikv.1 walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear creek, $2300.
1330. 100 a 3 miles n of Cheney. 70 in cultiva
tion, house, some fruit, watered by Spring
creek. $2o tier acre.
133n 1A0 a 2 1-2 miles s of Garden Plain, 113 a
in cult Hat Ion. good house, barn, granary, e.,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a of fine bud
ded fruit, 9.TUW.
133;:. 100 a 2 miles from Garden Plain, all
smooth land, 120 a In cultivation, bouse and
living water, $2500.
1:CV4 lm a in Ilntler county, 3 miles from Au
gusta, 20 a or timber, 120 In cultivation, good
house, granary and stable, plenty of fruit, liv
ing water, $30110.
1330 Wl-2a on IJttloriver, 1 mile nor town,
1 1-2 story house, 5 rooma, good barn , corn criba
and granary, good orchards and small fruits,
1337 Wia iu liutler county, 2 1-2 miles e of
Andov er, 220 a in cultivation, 1 1-2 story house,
3 moms and cellar, all hedged and cross hedge
el and wired, 480 apple, 000 peach, pear, cher
ries Ac , all bearing, a finely Improved place,
13CI. s w I -130-28-3 east, Ilntler county, 1 1-2
story houru. n a in cnltivaUon, $23i.
131.3 M) a.l 1-2 miles w of X'alley Center, 1 1-2
story house, 3 room and cellar, granary and
other Improvements, watered by little river,
W jier acre
ViA. loo a." miles nor Wichita, house with 2
rooms, smalt barn. 140 a In wire pasture, good
orchards or apple and peacl , $23 er acre.
1381. 100 a. t miles n e or Derby, on Spring
creek, 20 a timber, 140 a in cultivation, 1 1-2
story house 24x10, stable, granary, sheds, and
cribs, hedged and cross hedged, plenty of fruit,
1382. 1B0 a 4 miles n of Garden Plain, 80 a In
cultivation, 1 l-2story house of8rooms, stable,
good orchard of apple, iieamh and cherry,
1383 loo a 3 miles s e of town. 3o a In cultiva
tion, 130a fenced, young orchard, watered by
Gypsum creek, $30u0, $10u0 cash, balance on
time at 7 per cent
13s4. Quarter sec. 4 miles n of Garden Plain,
house with 3 rooma and small barn, 40 a in pas
1383. lOOaS miles w of town, rood frame
building, loo a In cultivation, xoung orchard.
1G20. 101 a 3 miles n w of XX'lchlta. W a In cul
tivation, rest enclosed in pasture, good house
and stable, tfeuuo.
1021. 100 a 3 miles n w of town, all under cul
tivation, 1 1-2 story liouae of 4 rooms, stable,
orchard and shade trees, SXOUO.
1G23. It) a 'J miles sw of Wichita. 100 a In
cultivation, house with i rooms, stable, cribs
1C21. ICO a S miles w of Wichlts, 120 a in cul
tivation, house and stable, $4300.
1C23. M0 a 2 1-2 miles n of Garden Plain. )
a In cultivation, 2 houses and 2 stables, living
N. F. NIEDERLA1TDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Catutr Ooflu ft
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
- N. F. Niederlander,
Corner of Emporia and DouglM Avano.
No. 2so. New two-story frame house on To
xka avenue, touUi, corner lot, 30x140 feet,
very desirable, and a bargain at $1900.
No. 273. A new plat of 22 lots on Topekaand
Emporia avenues, north. These lots are well
located and will be sold at low figures .
No. 277. Eight lots on Main and Market
streets, 25x140 each; $1100.
No. 275. Small boose on Topeka avenue,
English's addition, lot 30x140; $1230.
No. 272. Cottage of five rooms on Main street,
barn and coal house, lot U)xI40, east front,
fruit and shade trees; $M.
No. 211. Large lot 113x303 feet ou Wichita
street; two small houses, hedge fence, all
kinds ot fruit and fine ahade; $4ooo.
No. 281. Ixt 98x140 feet, on XVaco street, eas"t
front, good neighborhood; $1300.
No. 282. Ten acres south of the city, very
No. 283. Good residence on Topeka avenue,
lot 100x140 feet, barn and outbuildings; $4000
18S. Good business property oh Water street ;
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call for
full description, price, etc.
182. One acre lot on First street ; small house
of 3 or 4 rooms, two porches, young trees.
193. Suburban place south, four lets, house of
6 rooms, cellar, presses and bath room. $2,Ouo.
191. Two choice lots on Douglas aver tie, east
Wichita. $6oo each.
192. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market street ;
small stable, corner lot, good neighborhood.
187. A large dowu-town residence ; comer lot
100x140 feet, frame bouse or 12 rooms, cellar,
cistern, stone walks, shade and fruit trees ; not
many such places In the market. $7,000
No. 172, One-story frame house, four rooms
and pantry, on Mosley avenue. Lot 103x150 feet,
eaat front, corner alley, fine fruit and shade
No. 170, Cottage of four rooms on XX'aco
street, lot 52x112 feet, good fence, each, pear,
plum , cherry and line shade trees. Price $1100,
on good terms.
Fo. 108, Five or six cottages in East Wichita,
under rent at 20 per cent, on the price asked for
them. Houses new and in good order; a choice
No. 106, House with three rooms, on Kirst
street, cellar, hedge fence, fruit aud Bhade
trees, one acre of ground, $1300.
No. 165, House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, corner lot, 75x110 feet. Kara and carriage
honse, apple, Kjatli, plum, cherry and shade
No. 136, Three cottages on Kinporia avenue,
English addition, all rented at good figures, a
No. 131, Frame residence, six rooms, on To
peka avenue, barn, fruit and shade trees, lot
60x140 reet, $2000.
No. 127, Honse seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, south ; barn for four horses , buggy shed
chicken house, water in house. One fruit aud
shade trees. a beautiful home, $2300.
No. 117, Elegant residence on Topeka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket fence, Hue
run anu suaue trees, v.uj.
No. 93. Valuable business propert
ty on Doiig
II for price
las avenue, nrst-ctass location (.a
No. 90. Fine business property on Douglas
avenue; old building, but very cneap at $3uoo.
so. h. une-Btory rrame on vt asmngion
street, large lot, $730,
uslness property on Donglas av enue.
Frame building, rents well,
No. 94. One lot on Main street, well located.
one-story frame building, $1730.
No. 9.1. Business property on Main 'street,
under rent, $2500,
No. 181. An elegant residence in the north
east part of the city. Largo grounds, line fruit
and shade trees, modern house in jierfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party.
No. 161. Cottage of live rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty of fruit, over one acre of land,
No. 173 Alieautirul home on Lawrence ave
nue; lot iioxllo feet, one and a half story frame
bouse of seven rooms iu perfect order, good cel
lar, well and large cistern. Itarn and all neces
sary outbuildings. Fine grape arbor ami other
fruits; shsde In front, price KI, part rash,
balance on good time.
No. 152. Two bonses -n XX'lchlta stnet, five
rooma each, cementea cellar, pantry and clos
et in each house, nice shade trees, lot Sol50
feet, $1300 each.
No. 144. House of three rooms, on 4th ave
nue, rents for $10, price $700.
No. 138. One-story frame house on EmjHiria
avenue, good cellar, barn, water from water
works, near horse car, fine neighborhood,
$2iViO, cash and time.
No. 113. ()ne-stor frane resilience on Law
rence avenue, six rooms, cellar, coal house,
carriage house, hennery, lot well fenced, isixlto
feet, tine variety of rrtiltand shade trees, bes
locality in the cltv. Price $350
No. 5. Four lots on Clitsholm street, sit")
.-vo. it. i wo lots on l-.miKina avenue.
..... - . .. ,
lish's 5th addition. $.100
No. 23. Two choice lots on Douglas avenne,
line business proiiertr. Call and get the riures
No. 24. Six lots In lakeside addition, (heap
No. 49. Five good lots on Court street, $I3H
to $2oo each.
No. 52. Two lots on Wichita street. $Ti
No. 13. Six lots on Donglas avenue, Woim
No. 75. A nice plat of ground for sub-dividing
on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be
sold at a bargain
No. 76 Business lot on Main street, 10u0
No. 85. Large lot ou Market street, cheap at
No. 87. A large lot for sub-dividing, en Cen
I have the exclusive sale of lots in Orme and
Phillips addition, south or the city This is the
highest plst of ground around the city, ami
prices sre within the reach or all, 1( lots al
ready sold, and houses are springing up all over
the addition. Call early ami make a selection
The late tmnrovements In XX'eat XX'lchlta. in
cluding the new passenger dejiot, have brought
us an unprecedented demand for lots in that lo
cality. It is the nearest vacant property to the
business center of XVIchita, and there is no
doubt of its rapid growth and a good advance on
Jhave the sole agency for lots In Stevens' ad
dition. These lots are centrally located, and
are having ready sale.
Read This and Remember.
There are very fexv
of the many whocar
ry xvatches x ho ever
think of their. deli
cate mechanism, or
of the extraordinary
and unceasing labor
they perform. There
are many xvho think
that a watch otiirht
to run and keep good j
time lor years vnwi
out a particle of oil,
xvho would not think
of running a com
mon piece of ma
chinery a day with
out oiling the'xvheels,
which do but a frac
tion of the scrx'iee.
No. 88, Douglas Avenue. -
MAJOR BROS. & HOLLIDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLESLE A. 3STTJ BBTAIL.
133 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
W. S. COKBETT, 1'nsldent.
II. II. RlCHAIUXS.
N0S. 73 AND 75 MAIN
Summer Announcement !
Our sppi'lal nalci at whklt oit ran bii) eeiutiiiiaMrt gisiiar lis Wt tiftlltv At l)iiabl(
jirlcert will I"", in lirrpt(rn sKil.ivs cirli wppL ilurln tlic J car, fceitiug liolMav-s XXV arc
now receiving nrvv sitininrr style in !i,slrs,Iili gii il, imi liH-e.1 Teccntlv for le-H tlian former
prli-e3, vvhlcli xve vvrlll sell at a rinsoualile .rullt, and feel eiinlMciit nur irlrej will lie nlte st
Isfactnry In our uiitmners I i)ll mel examine our liimUonie nvvriturL if XX lilie GikhIi, Lace,
28 Main Street,
Wichita City Roller Mills!
K-jI'AIII l!lll.l 1-71
MANUFACTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
X. L. C R.
Tliee bran ila liav-p liern on the marketi 1 aft, XX'eat, North nntl South for ten year, and hare
won an enviable reputation vvlierever intro-lnred 'lo try tlietn U t ktav vvltli tli'in We are
alwn) In tlie market for vvlicat at lilheit ritfh prlee
SHELLABARGER, IMB0DEN & OLIVER.
I3HH.M1W ?ff W
tXBm..r"'BWBBBBm. -" JVI
"s- -- IVO
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Proprietors.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OE THE CITY.
W. J. BLOOMER & BRO..
G OCERIES &
Opposite the Wholesale Grocery
J. A'. STEDMAN
General insurance Agent
Fire. Tornado, Life and Accident
OrKK E MO IfOCl.LAS XVE.XCE,
Oier Barne" Vntz 'tor.
Largest Agency in fle Valley.
Wichita Meat Market
All Ms of Maui Salt Meats
Of list rj Unj q3b?T
Tlwrrfciiy ftMt TnAjy
Lk Ub WHci.
August D. Ficht,
Carpenter & Builder.
j Ooll VUt itku Grtrr. creor
t r e( Mrt trl I-tf
For example, the
main-wheel makes 4
revolutions ia 24
! hours, or 1,460 in a
" 1ASS 41 A - t I AW
C.li f LUC BCIUUM, Ul
center-wheel, 24 rev
olutions iu 24 hours,
or 8,760 iu a vear
the third wheel 192
in 24 hours, or 70,080
in a year; tho fourth
(which carries the
second hand). 1,440 in
24 hours, or 525,600
iua vear; the tilth,
, or?cape-xvheel. 12964
in 24 liours, or 5,52b,
000 iu a year : while
the beats or vihra-
j tiutis jti 24 hours are
432,000, or 157,680,-
000 in a xcar.
- Lawrence's Drug Store.
GOODS DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE.
J. II. lll-VCK, Sec. andTrtas.
3 1 .IOHNSOX.
JmiHin'if II, lM.j
STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS,
H W KENDLC
3TTTir e3s!a.x, xi:r,jBc-:to:r,
And Dealer In
HOOP. CLOTH. AM SLTiUJf RIKUL (JSES,
ROBES, OLOVE8, CRAPE, ETC.
Hate two flue ltear. A lirivate tnleilUL illreet
IcIiiU Cemetery. OlHiealway oiien
Iintxla ATenite, XXIrhlta. Kanai
I'rompt atttnUon lo Onl'rt ty Ttlrgrapk .
tt' O IIALKLK l. C JACK-flt
HACKER & JACKSON,
ttfeoieaat' B1 Itil Italr. in
JG:r:o, Line, Csnest. zzi Hair.
I Ft. Scott FlnjTtrintr.
Grey & Blue Stccn.
i ttSUr tl lt terd al v T. Iwali At ,
; 4est! ! J SrXT Drjot J
J. F. STAFFORD.
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
liwmtmf Nrtt frvnS r ama&L tTt
sol. m. Kms.wamUkm
ATICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
ORGAMZKO 1 S7
S.H KOUN, A. H". OUVER.
X. r. MEDERLAXDKR. W.
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK' IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business.
Eastern and Fortign JCxrMmnrc bought and sold.
U. 8. Bonds, of all denomi tuitions, bought and told.
1-tf County, Tbwiukip aud Municipal Bond bought.
It. LOMBARD. Jr.. lTwid.at,
JAb. U LOMBARD. Vlr-lrM,t.
Kansas State Bailk.
Paid-up Capital, - - - - $52,000
J. l ALLEN'.
J. M. ALLEN
GEO. E. SPALTON.
Receive Deposits, Make Collections,
act a General Banking Business.
JKSL'P. HATON A CO., M WIllMra. St., S
1II..XCKSTONK NATIONAL BANK. Bc.to
J. O. Davidson, l'rw. S. 1 Davidson Vlcc-Pr. C; LTOavihson, Scc'y
The Davidson Loan Co.
PAID-DP CAPITAL. --.---- $00,000.
Monsy Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farms' and City Property
OIIICK XX'nil CITI7.KNS HANK, .Sorthu.t( W;,l,: XT.nnnn
Coruer Main Street au.l IKjitgla Areune, VflCQlla, lVdDS&S.
Bank of Commerce.
(IIATKIEI.D A IIAHTI.KV.)
Loins Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Becelvac Depotitc, Time and Demand, at Interact.
lluys and sell exchange; makes collections: negotiate namMml liQmh,
and transacts banking in aft its branches.
So. 17 Douglas Ax'enuc, -.'.--. W'irliiln, lxfii!t
UOIXJI.I'II llxri'ir.l.I), l'relilriit XI. IK.X t.tMmn
It I) ALLEN, Vice 1'rei.lilent ami Ci.mlner J XX' HXItri.r.X. ri...
C XX.tiltAllAXI, Xihlltnr
WICHITA LAND AND LOAN COMPANY.
lEPoti&les Lous. Sells Luis. Placts Insuruo. Uikts MlKfas
OFFICE IN' P.AXIC OFCOMMKItCK ICC O.MS.
WICHITA, -- JCA.0raw.B
OF WICHITA, KI-A.1TSA.S.
" ..V. Ill for. Main ,S7. tt Douglas An:
W. K.ST AN LEY,
llinrntiltal nt'N-k ultlie bank Uuue fcuinlre.1
ixiiwneii iij- .-vow r.nviauu caiiiauu ami in. liana wrnu le.rnl ir
Ian, irlrlu; tti lntllulln a tiiu-kluit enal tnanr hmikln liun.e In the "tale
Tlie bank irttl reeelve deiioalt. bur ana nell
ili a Ketieral banking l.iiiln. XXhall iuU t, traimki I all l.ii.lnrj, eblruile. I., u Iu JW
manner, ami tiin lenim, natl.fm'tnrj- In our riittnira. ami -)llrlt a hae of the fibtle
i o it.irumos, I'rrtidrHt.
H I. ttAVf'SOX, rire-I'm't.
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
South-west Cai'nrr ) .l"i
OOMK AND (JKT KATKS, OK TALK JJAN.S
GEO. E. 8PALTON. Swrolary
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY
.otitis Money at Is. rest Bates.
Issue Sight Drafts on all putts of Karof-e,
Buys and Sells Ooc't and Manlcijml lUmds,
fays Intr.rejt, on Time iMjto&itt
Xttj Atutmnt ot
To L.a en .IlrW. VtAL CSTATC -Hiker fARW or 4tm riLf erltt t
ZV VoHuediml talcs of titer' tt. Jfc$
L. DVKU. U. H. HOYS, SAM'I. IIOL'CK, UOlJT. K.LH')2.-( ,
II. H. I.KWIS, iVe-Mcnt, A. A. HYDK. Cftf
S. D. PALLETT;
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER'
LATH. 8HHTGLE3, DOOKS t. 33X.XirDS.
Offire nntl Yn! Wut End of I)ooyla AT-aor, Xortb .eM Vrar IlriJr'
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
LUMBER. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
Mtuufaclartr of L n-UUrtt
MARBLEHEAD VHITE LIME. -J
ilntty-r,iru pr erul. purr IJmr. Two larf-l will go fur tbrr of
j- oir I-ltrK-.
Lrairrffi Gmuest, lfirMgn PImut asi 2iir, ilmjt sz hu-.l
WA1BB, Ass't CiwT
'A. T. TCTTLK
L. D.KIXNKU. Chlr.
tJKO. K. sr,MX)N,X,tCabI.r
II. C. LAY.
Buy and Sell Krchange, and trans'
.VATIOVAI. IINIC OK AMKIUCA. Cblcsco
Ml HCIIaNTh' NAT' I. II.X!IK, KtMU City
H. L. DAVIDSON.
It. H CATEJs,
.1. O. DAVIDSON
tluaml ilolUn, .lit) IlioiMxmt iUIIrif vluili
furelcn atwi iltiuitlA earliai.tf. n.i.L bin mi.k.
.mux n. dku.st, c.ki.r
Sttrrt mid thniglm Aeenut.