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M. M. MURDOCK, Editor.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 24, JSW.
For Congress. SAMUEL K I'ETEKS
J , fcM ijllKSIDENTIAL ELECTORS
-AtLargc ' . .JolmlT. Mw.of Ft.
D A. Vnlentine, ofClay
. A .1. Felt, or Nemaha
1 t). 1'lcl.erlug, of Johnson
..I I. Dennlmn, of Neoi-lio
. J.M Sillier, or Morris
F W. MurRm, of Cloud
W. S.Tilton, or arego
.... T T Taylor, of IteDO
For Ciller Justice-,
A. II. IIORTOJf, or Atchison.
For Associate Justice,
W. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa.
For Got ernor,
JOHN' A. MARTIN, ol Atchison.
A. 1'. OJIUDLK, or Crawford.
K. B. AI.LKN, or Se.l(?wIcL
K. I' McCAIlE, or Graham.
S.X'HOWE, of Narlon.'
For Attorney General,
S. II. BRADFORD, or Otage.
For Superintendent 1'uulic Instruction .
J. H. LAWHEAD, or Ttourbon.
For State Senator, 31rd District,
JOHN KELLY, of Sedgwick.
COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEET
INC. There will be a meeting of the Republi
can county central committee of Sedgwick
county held In the court lioute in the City
of 'Wichita, on Saturday, Atigutt 2, 18S4, at
2 o'clock p. m., for thf purpose of consider
ing the time nnJ place of boldlDR the coun
ty contention, and other important busi
ness. All member of said commltteo are
expeclciTto be present, aud all friends urc
Invited. JNO. KELLY,
A. It. WltlGin, Cbairmaii.
OH. THE SPOILS OF OFFICE.
The wail of the Beacon would prove
pitiful 'indeed but that it it. ridiculous.
The Captain had been to Chicago, and
we all expected a retlex of some high
and lofiy inspiration gathered from
some old time admirer of Jackson or
Jefferson who, perchance, had hung
about the lobbies of the hotels or the
galleries ol the convention hall, but in
stead of that it seems he only listened
to the prowlers who devoted the lirst
half of their declaration of principles
toabu-eofthe Republican party and
the lut half to mi ill-disguised cry for
office. So the Beacon this week in
stead of filling up with ennobling
thoughts nnd such words as would
tend to lift patty politic above the
idea of a iihtp scramble for office,
follows the lead of ihe Democratic
platform by devoting .one-half of his
paper to the abne of the Republican
nominees and Ihe other hall to be
wailin: the lart thai the Democrats
have had no show for twenty-li:
years in ihe"M'tty ledeial offices. To
this end it gloats ocr the threatened
strike of the coal miners and Ihe next
thing he will be rejoicing over
bank failuies and other tiuau
cial disa'lers. The I ruth is
disaster of huv character is a Demo
cratic sigu of promic,and health, and
abundant currency big crop- aud gen
eral prosperity their particular abom
ination. They would rather ll(u chol
era and yellow fever with a chanre to
get iheir rl niches on Uncle Sam's
money, bags than peace, health and
plenty, and bo forced :o longer wand
er nro'.ind in the wildci nc"? of dispwlr
and moss covered hope And in all
these things the captain faithfully re
flects the parly that nominated a
hangman ns its leader.
MR. ROOSEVELT HEARD FROM.
Immediately after the dune conven
tion hail adjourned, Mr. Theodore
Itoosevclt, one of the New York dele
gates at large and a very pronounced
Independent, went up" to Dakota.
The report that he had given hi- cor
dial support to the ticket, was circula
ted and then denied, leaving his posi
tion undefined. At last lho young
statesman, the Pitt of New York, as
his friends call him, has been heard
from authoritivcly. He refuses to
follow the example ol Mr. Curtis, giv
ing some very excellent reaon there
for. George William Curtic now stands
alone. Not another delegate to'thc
convention iu which he sat ha.- with
held his support from the ticket. He
no doubt expected a very considerable
following. When lil voice rang out
against the ironclad rcxoltition and for
individual freedom ho was cheered to
the. echo by his fellow Independents,
and to be repudiated now by every
one of them must be a surprise to
him. Hut if he will recall that speech
he mav "et new lisht upon it. The
appended sentiment was: "Gentle
men of the convention, a Republican
and a free man I came into this con
vention; by the grace of God. a Repub
lican and It free man 1 will go out of
this convention." When, as It proved,
he left his Republicanism behind he
lost his iiillueuee.
Mr. Roosevelt has taken a good deal
of time to consider the matter, anil hi-
rcnsouiiig iu tho cao shows that he
has thought the matter all over and
followed the several lines of reflection
clear to their common point of con
vergence. He reasons, and that cor
rectly, that had lie chosen to take a
position outside the party there was a
time when he was at liberty to do so,
but when he went into the convention
he waived that right. The compari
son lie ti-es i military. To be a
guerrilla chiet and a colonel iu
the regular army at the nunc
time is impossible. " Quite a- appio
priate an illustration could be lound
in business operation. No man cau
hone-tIy put capital into a joint stock
company, so ns to -hare iu the profits,
with'outalso sharing in the ri-kh. Mr.
Cutis went in, as appears, to get the
benefits if things should turn iu hi fa
vor, aud now plead- the baby act.
Hither he has no ju-t conception of
the position iu which he put himself
by being a delegate, or el-e his sen-e
of honoris blunted.
Mr. Curtis belongs, in the main to
the past, and a uianv another good
man has done beforeliini, has darken
ed the tvv ilight of his day with a cloud
which gratitude for the past will even
tually t.i-sipatc. As iu the case of Hor
ace Greeley tho veil of charity will
evcntually'bc thrown over what can
not be defended, and there an cud.
Hut Mr. ltoo-cvclti- a young m:tu,:md
for him to have blundered now would
bare ruined a public life mot auspi
ciously begun. Very high hopes have
been excited by his brilliant catcer at
Albany. Among all ihe votiug men
of American politics he ha- few peer
in prominence aud promise. Rich,
high-minded, resolute of purpose,
dear in perception, and lot tile iu rc
hources, he seemed to have entered
upon a treat career. Had ho been
guilty of bad faith he would have fal
len into disgraceful obscurity, with no
hope of extrication
The delegates to the Republican
Natioual convention have all an-w ercd
to the roll call, in one way or another,
and out ot the 830 only one ha- de
serted. This is a remarkably; good
Khcwinjr. It now rem
the position oCllic
gates, ui uoan
but it can liardl
ClM UssK M
General Butler and John KeBywith
uiuir rcbpcctivu ioiiuwiug, rciuaiu iu
bfcheard f rja, IbMC-o'' zzsvs ;
The influential Roman Catholic or
gan ot NewYort,tlic Freeman's Jour
nal, thus eels down on Cleveland:
New York has no candidate. It was
a blunder to name n New York man
for president. New York has no one
of her state who is to be seriously
thought of. Mr. ,Grovc pievqlamh, ;
governor, lias made a bad record. "His
ruling thata ricli moneyed corporation
by buying up one legislature consti
tuted itself a highcoutractingv power
in a treaty'with the state, ill place of
being, as' a corporation, subject to
the state, showed that the passable
mavor of Buflalo, failed as governor,
and watild be a disaster as a presiden
tial candidate. Whether John Kelly
and Tammany vote for him or not.
Mr. Cleveland, in many matters, has
fthowu himself for favoring concentra
tion of power that Democrats, by hun
dreds of thousands, will refuse to sup
port him, on the ground that h is not
in harmony with Democratic- senti
ment. John Kelly for him or against
him, Mr. Governor Grover Cleveland
is so generally disliked, and what is
worfre, despised, that he has no show
of carrving this Mate against James
If Governor Geo. W. Glick cau
bring disgrace tipou anything, lie
brought it upon the state of Uansa,
in his speech at Atchison, last week
when he alluded to a respectable citi
zen of Kansas his political opponent,
as a 'murderer." The facts hi c. that
this resocctablc citizen, when a younir
man lived in Illinois, and had all ac
complished and much loved sister
who a lecherous scoundrel seduced
As soon as the faci come to the knowl
edge of the brother, he hunted up his
sisters destroyer and killed linn, ami
every repectablo man in Illinois and
cvci v one in Kansas will sav he did
right, and GovGlick will never con
iHce,iiny decent inan,s thjiti for flint
fcet he wis a," murderer." ' J
Now, years and years alter tins
event, and because this gentleman was
a political opponent, aud had severely
excoriated Gov. Glick for what bun
dled of thousands of good people
condemn him for, in order to "get
even" the governor of Kansas de
nounces him in a political speech as a
"murderer." Shame. It would have
been bad enough for a pot house bully
to have been guilty of 6uch touduct,
but such a courte by the goveruoi of
the state is a disgrace to the state and
his official position, aud proves Gov.
Glick to be a man of low, vulgar mind,
aud utterly void of all sense of pro
priety. Is'ot only this, but by this act,
lie proclaims to the world that he
would not defend lho virtue of his
own si'ter. God never cursed the
world vvilli a more dopisable creature
than such a man. I'ort bcott Mon
itor. Philadelphia IVess : Republicans
everv where will commend the wisdom
of the party in Kansas iu making Col.
John A. Mai tin its candidate for gov
ei nor. No Kepublicanin the wait lius
a betti-r iccord than Col. Martin. He
is I lie founder aud editor of oue of the
:iblcrt Kepubliuiii papers in I hat i-ee-tiou,
the Atchison Champion, and his
been piomiiiciit iu state aud national
politic- for nearly thirty years. His
service- during the war were marked
also by niHiiy acts of conspicuous gal
liintrv. The Kepublicau party in
Kun-a-, which expressed its dissatis
faction with the unfortunate nomina
tion of.Sl. John in 1882 by electing a
Democratic governor, will be united
again under the leadership of Col.
Chit ago Inier-Oceau: The Repub
licans of Kansa- are to be cougratu
latedupou. she election bys acclama
tion oi -loliu A. Martin ostheir, candi
date for governor. A. brilliant" and
con-cfcnlioiis 'journalist, he has also
rendered the pai ly excellent service
as a member of the National Republi
can committee. He is every way
worthy the high honor bestowed upon
him, and under hi" leadership the par
ty is sure to restore thepre-tigcof the
Republican party iu Kansas.
John Hay, of Cleveland, sajs: "Wc
urc asked to believe that n man like
lMnine !? to be defeated because Mr.
Hccclier bays that scandals linve been
attnrhed to his name, and (leuurul
Scliurz doc not think him nn uneel
tish aud patriotic American. It will
take more than this to undermine that
WHAT AND WHO IS HE?
Who is Grovrr Cleveland?
J'irht of all, ho is a politician by
Hu i inexperienced iu ftatriuiiu
ship, of mediocre ability as a lavvver,
of (iiip-tionable reputation iih a man.
He has never held legislative ollice,
Mate or natioual.
He was tbfeated for district nttoi
ncy of Erio county. He ha been
hhcrifl and mavor of 'Buflalo, and uor
cruor of New Vork.
He was elected governor by Ik-publicans
in a moment of irritation ngaiutit
the party managers.
His stiength at the polls tousNtod
wholly in lho fact that he was un
known beyond hii own county.
He has never formulated his views
on the national issues. It is doubtful
whether he can state them with the
precision of knowledge.
What has he done? r
He has written message that have
inspired ridicule a essays at ttate
manship. lie ha alienated a large portion of
his own party by factional ineauic!
lie ha alienattd tln labor iuieiets
by a scries of vetoe in the interest ot
He ha alienated the auti-iHouo.o-lists
by appointing nomiuees of the
corporations as railroad commicion
crs. by placing the citnaW iu the hands
of a railroad contrartor, nnd by hi ve
to of the elevate! railroad 5 cent
fare bill, andof the Inu-e car driver'
bill which limited iheir IhhI.s of labor.
He has alienated the Iri-li element ot
the Democratic party, which is impla
cably hostile to him.
He has alienated tjie reform element
iu both parties by hi refusal to sign a
portion of the 1lfooevell bills, when
he found that they conflicted with the
powers and enrichmt nt f his own
What does he represent?
The most unscrupulous;, vindictive,
and tyranuical maenina known to'.the
political auuals of this stale. In it
behalf he has made and refused to
make political appointments, attempt
ed to indicate the persous who should
or should uot represent various dis
tricts in the legilatnre nd ha- abso
lutely dictated to .Ue conven
tions the constitution of state
tickets against their ovu desires.
How was he nominated?
By the interposition of the gag law
iu the shape ol tho odious unit rule,
and by tl.o prcseuceand ac!ic"parfici
natioft iu the deliberations of the ua-
tiohal convention of the entire body of
officials of his own creation- lie wps I
noiuiiinted bv the inachiue.
Who did h'e deleat ?
The tried and well eqiiiiiiietl lslc-
iiicn of hi own partv Tliuinau, llau-
r-nd McDonald. All
d their claims to those
d man, unknown
ndaries of his state,
lamor of a fletitions
at are his views upon grave pub
No one knows, but it isannouuced
thai ke toMliifaiUi I HwHrvMr
rison aud Wattersonrwho l untried the
words of the platform in-'thti interest
of free trade.
What-will he do in clihb or Ifis elec
tion? . jaa v.'ynJ
On miblic ouestious no one knows,
but evervone knows-thal, in 'the inter
est of the machine lie will take care of
its own. Rochester. V ., Democrat
, ' yatiNG KAN, LISTEN !
Wheu v on go to the polls next No-'
vember to cast jour first vote, remem
ber, whcnyoUfArBr-Rresented with'a
Democratic ticket twtj that party was
theparfy- - ' X
"1 hat upheld human slavery as a di
vine institution :
"Tfiat bought and1 sold men, women
and babies like so "many mules;
'That fired on Fort Sumter and the
"That for nearly livcyears fought to
destroy" the union;
"That opposed the issue of green
backs when the government was fair
ly perishing for want of them ;
"That organized mobs and riots to
opposo the draft ;
"Toot swept Aiueritan .co'mnicrce
from'thc seas byfneans'of arme'd pri
vateers. "That it is the parly of Boss Tweed
and Jefferson Davis ;
"That it noils its heaviest majorities
in the most vicious and ignorant pre
cincts; , ,
"Thai it is st mngVt in the States
where the pcrcntaic of illiteracy is
greatest : '
"That was die defender of slavery:
"That it is fie defender of Monn n
"That slandered Garlield; and
"That assaiua!ed Lincoln."
IUS. 1MCIIMONU A SEXTOX
Will attend toRttlier all severe cases, and Hill
treat maRnetlcally at their houses all who de
sire. Whj sutler or male a drugstore or jonr
stomach, hui you can behcaled magnetically ?
Consultation -free. OiMKes, reasomahjej Dr.
HletenOnl's oMcc nt Jfb. l Sputh Water street.
MrsTbSxton'i ollice n XIaTlccti Bte4. JtlirM
dun north of Jail. -- WT-tfle-lm'
I)K. MB' UICIIMOM) A I)H. MRS. SEXTOK
Have had long and very successful ej)erience
In obstetrical cases, and under their magnetic
treatment parturition Is mostly without aln.
o. w. COLLINHS, UOUT. M 1'IATT
COI.LI.VOS & WATT,
Attorneys at La. Will practice In both state
and Federal courts, umce in ismme uiocs,
Slain streat,! second stairway lrtb-of I'ost-offl.-Wlcla,KwlsMIl,,
The l'hotojrrapher. Picture In all sites and
stv lea. afa also carriaa the finest assortment
of pictur frames In tho city. Give him a
friendly call and examine samples. d-2-tf
Architect and superintendent Office oppo
site Occldcntul Hotel, Main street, Wichita.
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i . ANXAK 1 WITTY, it. I).,
lenders her proressional services to the citizens
or Wichita. Electro-vapor baths a specialty.
Office on Main street, second door Itom south
west corner oIKirst stTeet, up-stairs S."-1m
1)B. VT. S. ilcIIUKNlE,
Kormerlv pin slcian and sureeou to the Louis
ville City and Marine LoHpital, and late health
officer of Suringlleld, Illinois, has located at
Special attcntiopjialdjlogyiii'coloiry and elec-tro-vapor,
electro-sponge and i;alanlc baths.
Oftice hours S to in x. m. a-id 2 to 4 r n., and at
1EUUV A Dl MONT,
Architects and Supi nntondents. Office in
liojs' blocl.. Wichita, lCmisas. 2-tr
I) W SMITH,
1kntit. hnle building, ihii0-1k avenue,
HAKIMS A HAUIMi A r'lltKIIAl'UII,
Attorneys at I-a, Coruineri'ial bloiL, With-
.1 VI ilM.UEIUTOK,
.Mtounby at law ,VV Ichlta, Sedgwick county
KnnaH Offit in I enteitniHl Itlork.
SlANLKY A WALL,
Attornej at l-an , Wkhlta, Kansas. Office
aver Citlzins' bunk
E 1! KENT.,
I'hjslclnn and .Surgeon. Ofliceover Fuller A
Attornrv at Caw. , Office !ovr ItKai
toa-l bsok J ' ' " '
. yi 4 L..J,-. SHEUWOOD,
' lentlt. Ufiiotln FexT3DBdildiiifo.o(lU
poalome. unaia ttresi, "Menus, o.
Teeth evtracted without pain by nltios oxide
J. J. CUIST,
Architect and Suprlntendcnt. Office, Hmll
Werner's block, Douglas nveniir, DetweenlU'
l-a avenue buu jinrmrr oi
, Wichita. Kan
J. D. IIOCSTON, T. W. BSTLr
HOUSTON A I1ENTLEY,
Attorneys at Tw Office over Kansas Na
tional banc. WliJiltii, Kan.
Contractor and liullders, on Elrt strer t, west
of County building.
J. r. LAUCK,
Attorney at Ijiw, VVlrblta, Kansas.
Altornev-at-Uw omen over No. 32, Main
Strret, VVlrhlts, Kansaj. .M-
(I. 1 K1KK,
Altornrv at l. Itoom No. 3, U. S. I.and
office building, VV irhlta, Kansas.
J. C. IIERKINU,
Civil KcjfincT ami Ksal Estate Asrsnt
le block near l'ostuffics, Wichita, Kani
UK. .1.0 DEAN,
Dentist. Uooms In Kisld building,
trret, op)oslte Harding A Fisher's
IIK. W L. DOYLK,
DtSTIM Office over llarnes A xn' lrug
tore. Centennial block. VWcblta. 41-
Exton's Corn Mills.
Fine GMDUBolteu Com Heal.
Ground Corn and Oate.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
OnJen fillrd jiromptlr Iclcphonrw I.m (.ul
MION HAT MARKET l
rrh lake O.h consUntly on hand Karatlr
ordsrs aspect al ty' '-5 .
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST BLOCK WEST OK TREMOVT HOUSE.
30 . 3"-' Douglas Ave., Wichita. Ka.
F. P. COUCH,
EJ- Call oa or addrr.s at Occidental. 41-t
FURNITURE,. t . ...
. , . JEWELRY;ETC
vciiuc, - Wichita, Kansas
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I am 'Selling Lots From First hands in the New Town of Bayne
and Will Make Prices Which Will Admit of Good Profits.
w U-29-10 west, Kingman county,
20 acres broke. SI0.
1365. -w 1-i of w l-l S2-3S-5 w, Kingman coun
ty, 10 serea broke, S1800.
J S63. Quarter 6 miles e of town , SOOO.
1574. uuanerzi-xnuieaaeoivneneT, w.
15(3 1-3. Quarter see. 10 miles n w ol Wichita,
on Arkansas liver, SS800, $300 cash, balance
on time at 7 per cent.
1536. 180 a on Nlnneacab river. Smiles below
Cheney, 90 a in cultivation, fcttoo.
l&ss. idO a 7 miles south ofGoddard, $1600.
151)1. Quarter sec. Smiles east or town, $2500.
1593. luO a 8 miles s c or Wichita, $1500, 1-3
10)1. a a adjoining Garden Plain, $1300.
1WO. 100 a In sec 4-2S-3 east, Butler county,
25 iu cultivation, $1800.
lbi. Quarter mites n wof Garden Plain,
IKK. 100 a 2 miles nw or Garden Plain, 20 a
10W. n e 1-t 33-26-4 w, 7 miles n w of Garden
PI sin. S1200.
1SW. neM 4-30-i w, ail raw, $1590.
ISC. Sow) a in n e part of Comaacne county,
plenty of water, a splendid cattle range, $3 per
No 1712 1C0 acres J",' miles southeast of
Garden Plain, DO acres In cultivation, nice
groves of tottouwood and box elders. $00 bear
inepeach trees, living water. This is a bar
Rain. Xo'1711. 160 acres ! miles west of Valley
Center, nice house 16x26 with addition 7xl.
stable, granary and cribs, 20 acre pasture, good
bearing orchards of apple and peach trees.
so a under cultivation, good orchards of apple
and peach, nice grove, $2250.
1551 . 100 a 1-2 mile from Cheney, 40 a In cul
1532. 311 a 7 milea w of town on Cowskin
crick, lsOaundercnltivaUon, 10 a of timber,
house of 3 rooms, granary, stable and other
buildings, all hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orchards snd groves. This is a beautiful
place, $ per "
'iSil. lGOaBmltesa of town, near Haysrille
post-office, 110 a in cultivation, gsodl 1-2 story
bouse with addition, barn 26x36 with loft, com
crib, smoke house. Ac, 15 a pasture, good
bearing orchards, $33 per acre.
15.10. 160 a 1 mile n e of town on Chisholm
ivm ?tn a i milea n w of Goddard. 110 a In
oltlvatlon, 1 l.S atory house or 7 rooms, le
boose, store building, post-office on place, good
encca. living water, some rrult, eooo and
terms to snlt.
1M0. 100 a I miles s wof Goddard, 1 1-S story
nonse of 0 rooms and good cellar, stable for 6
horses, cow stable for 8 head, granary, cribs Ac
gooti neuges, au a paaiuxv, mifi, .w " -.
vation, living water, orchard, Ac, 4000, easy
151J. KM a 4 miles n of Cheney, 110 a in cul
tivation, small house, stable and granary,
spring or water, Igxl orchards, 1300, 1-2
ISM. 160 a 4 miles e of Cheney, 103 a In culti
vation, living water, some fruit, 30uu.
Hit's. 480 a 5 miles s e or Cheney. 2 good hous
es and barns, cnbs, sheds and other buildings,
bearing fruit, living water, 160 a pasture en
closed with wire, I2,Ouo.
1M6. 160 a 6 miles s w or Goddard, 90 a In cul
tivation, small house, watered by clear creek,
1W7. i0 a 1 J-3 mile s e Garden Plain, 120 a In
cultivation, 1 1-2 stpry house of 4 rooms and
good walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear creek. 30O.
1530. 1W a 5 miles n of Cheney, 70 in culUva
tlon. house, some fruit, watered by Spring
creekj $20 per acre.
imL 1E0 a 2 1-2 miles s or Garden Plain, 115 a
In cultivation, good house, bam. granary, 4c.,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a or One bud
ded frait, WOU0.
155.1. 100 a S milea from Garden Plain, all
smooth land, 120 sin cultivation, house and
living water, $i500,
1554. 1C0 a in Butler county, 5 miles from Au
gusta, 20 a of timber, 120 In cnitlvaUon, good
Goose, granary and stable, plenty of fruit, liv
ing water, $5U.
lVW 4.1 1-2 a on Little river, 1 mile n of town,
1 1-2 story house, 5 rooms, good barn, corn cribs
ana granary, goou urcnarus -m vu uo,
1557. 4s in Butler county, 2 1-S miles e of
Andovcr, 220 a In cultivation, i i-i ivory nuuse,
ft rooms and cellar, all hedged snd cross bedge
el and wired. 4tW apple, 600 peach, pear, cher
ries Ac, all bearing, a finely Improved place,
1MI s w 1-4 30-23-3 east, Butler county, 1 1-2
story house. CO a In cultivation, $2500.
151.1. ldOaai-inilleswofValleyCenter, 11-2
story house, 3 rooms anil cellar, granary and
other improvements, watered by little river.
$40 per acre. . .
15i,l. li a 5 miles n of Wichita, house with !
rooms, small barn. 140 a In wire pasture, good
orchards of apple and peach, $25 per acre.
iui im:i miles n u or Derby, on Spring
creek, 20 a timber, 140 a in cultivation, 11-2
story house 24x16. stable, granary, aneas, ami
cnbs, hedged and cross hedged, plenty of fruit,
1.W2. im a 4 miles n of Garden Plain, 80 I In
cultivation, 1 1-2 story house of ft rooms, stable,
good orchard of apple, peach and cherry,
l.Vvl 160 a 3 miles s e of town . 30 a In cultiva
tion, ISO a fenced, joung orchard, watered by
Gvnsnm creek. $5000. $louo cash, balance on
time at 7 per cent. ...
imi. unarter sec. 4 miles n of Garden Plain
house with 3 rooms and small barn, 40 a In pas
ture. $tw .
IW5. 100 a 2 inilrs w of town, good frame
building, lonaln cnltlvatlon, joung orccard,
1C20. 160 a 5 miles nw of Wichita, 60 a 111 cul
tivation, rest enclosed in pasture, good house
and stable, $6000.
1C21. 100 a 3 milea n w of town, all under cul
tivation, 1 1-2 story house of 4 rooms, stable,
orchard and shade treea, xuoa.
1S23. Ill) a a miles s wof Wichita. 100 a In
cultivation, house with 4 rooms, stable, cribs
124. 100 a 8 miles wof Wichita, 120 a in cul
tivation, house and atable, $4500.
1025. 640 a 2 1-2 miles n of Garden Plain, 300
a in cultivation, 2 house and 2 stables, living
N. P. ISTIF-DERLAJSTDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Carter D$afla$ tad
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
.Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
Corner of Emporia and DoufUa Atm-M.
LIST ANDXALL FOR
No. 280. New two-story frame house onTo
peka arenas, louth, corner lot, 0x140 feet,
very desirable, and a bargain at $1900.
No. 27S. A new plat of 22 lots on Topeka and
Emporia avenues, north. These lots are well
located and will be sold at low figures.
No. 277. Eight lots on Main and Market
streets, 15x140 each $1100.
No. 275. Small boose on Topeka avenue,
English's addition, lot 30x140; $1250.
No. 272. Cottage or tire rooms on Main street ,
barn and coal house, lot 60x140, east front,
fruit and afcade trees; $2500.
No. 211. Large lot 113x365 feet on Wichita
street; two small houses, bedge fence, all
kinds orrrult and fine snaae; mmu.
No. 281. Lot 88x140 feet, on Wacostreet, east
front, good neighborhood; $1500.
No. 283. Ten acres south of the city, very
No. 283. Good residence on Topeka avenue.
lot 100x140 feet, barn and outbuildings; $400u.
186. Good business property on Water street ;
a choice location for grain dealer. Call for
full description, price, etc.
182. One acre lot on First street ; small bouse
of 3 or 4 rooms. tv,o porches, young trees.
193. Suburban place sooth, four lota, bouse of
rooms, cellar, presses and bathroom. $2,000.
191. Two choice lots on Douglas aver ue, east
Wichita. $600 each.
192. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market street ;
small stable, corner lot, good neighborhood.
187. A large down-town residence ; corner lot
100x140 feet, frame house 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 Mosiey avenue. Lot 108x150 feet,
esst front, corner alley, line Irult and shade
No. 170, Cottage of four rooms on Waco
street, lot 52x142 feet, good fence, peach, pea
plnm , cherry and fine shade trees. Trice $11(1
on goou terms.
Fo. 1CS, 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. 1M, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge fence, fruit and shade
trees, one acre or ground, $1500.
No. 165. House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, corner lot, 75x140 feet. Barn and carnage
house, apple, peach, plnm, cherry and ahade
No. 1S6, Three eottsges on Emporia avenue,
English addition, all rented at good tigures, a
No. 131. Frame residence, six rooms, on To
peka avenue. Dam, rrnu ana ensue irrcs, iu.
50x140 feet, $2000.
No. 127, House seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, aouth; barn for four horses, buggy shed
chicken house, water in house, One fruit and
shade trees. a beautiful home, $2500.
No. 117, Elegant residence on Topeka are
nne. eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib and
ontbnildlna-a: broad walks, picket fence, fine
rrult ana snaae trees, souuu.
No. US. Valuable business property on Doug
las avenue, first-class location. Call ror price
No. SO. Fine business property on Douglas
avenue; old building, but very cheap at $5000.
No. 4. One-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, $750.
No. l. Business property on Douglas avenue.
Grin's addition. Frame building, rents well,
No. 94. One lot on Main street, well located,
one-story frame building, $1750.
No. W. Business property on Maintreet,
under rent, $2500,
No. 181. An elegant residence In the north
east part of the city. Large grounds, fine fruit
and ahade trees, modern Douse in perfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party.
No. 161. Cottage of Ave rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty or fruit, over one acre or land,
No. 173. A beantimi home on Lawrence ave
nue; lot 90x140 feet, one and a half story frame
house of seven rooms In perfect order, good cel
lar, well and large cistern. Bam and all neces
sary outbuildings. Fine grape arbor and other
fruits: shade In front, price
$4000, part cash,
balance on good time.
No. 152. Two bouses -n Wichita street, five
rooms each, cementeo. cellar, pantry and clos
et In each house, nice ahade trees, lot 50x150
feet, $1500 each.
No. 144. House of three rooms, on 4th ave
nue, rents for $10, price $700.
No. 138. One-story frame house on Emporia
avenue, good cellar, barn, water from water
works, near horse car, fine neighborhood,
$26iio, cash and time.
No. 135. One-sturvfrarre residence on Law
rence avenue, six rooms, cellar, coal house,
carriage house, hennery, lot well fenced, y0xl40
feet, fine v ariety of fruit and shade trees, bes
locality in the city. Price $3500.
No. 5. Four lots on Clilsholm street, $100
each, very cheap.
No. It. Two lots on Emporia avenue, Eng
lish's 5th addition $300.
No. 23. Two choice lots on Douglas avenue,
fine business property. Call and get the rlgnres.
No. 24. Six lots in Lakeside addition, cheap.
No. 40. Five good lots on Court street, $150
to $200 each.
No. 52. Two lots nn Wichita street. $Sno.
No. 63. Six lots on Douglas avenne, $4000.
No. 75. A nice plat of ground for sub-dlvld-Ing
on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be
sold at a bargain.
No. 76. Business lot on Main street, $1000.
No. is. Large lot on Market street, cnesp ai
No. 7. A large lot for sub-dividing, on Cen
tral avenue. ,
l have tlia nxrlnslve sale of lots In Orme and
Phillips addlUon. south of the city. This is the
hlrhest tilst of cround around the city, and
nrioarn within the reach of all. 100 lots al
ready sold, and houses are springing up alt over
the addition. Call early and make a selection .
ThelstelmnniTeinentsln West Wichita, in
dndlng the new passenger depot, have brought
ns an unprecedented demand for lots In that lo
cality. It Is the nearest vacant property to the
business center of Wichita, and there is no
doubt or its rapid growth and a good advance on
Ihave the so'le agency for lots In.8tevens' ad
dition. These lots are centrally located, and
are having ready ssle,
N. F. Niederlinder,
Read This and
f -'-There are Yery few
of the Baaajrwao car
ry watches who ever
think of their; deli
cate mechanism, or
of the extraordinary
and unceasing labor
they perform. There
are many who think
that a watch ought
t o run and keep good
time for years with
out a narticle of oiL
who would uot think
of running a com
mon piece of mar
chinery a day with
out oiling the wheels,
which do but a frac
tion of the service.
No. 88, Douglas Avenue.
MAJOR BROS. & HOIIJDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WHOLESLE IST-D &HTJLXj-
133 DOTJOLAS AVEWX7E.
W. S. COKBETT, lndent.
II. II. IUCIIARD.H.
A. HKSa. Wee
(furortitrated January 14, 1884.1
AND 75 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
Summer Announcement !
Our special naif, at which vou can buy seatnabla goois r Ihe best quality at tessouable
iirlrM will be. as heretofore. sl days each week durlug the year, excelling holidays. We are
now receiving new summer stvlen in desirable go d, purchased recently fur lew than former
price, which we will sell at a rca-mmhle prollt. and fel r.ir.Cilent our prices will be quite a
lsfnclory li our customer nil and eiainlne nir hindnfime new stock of VVhlls CnhIs, IaccS,
28 Main Street,
Wichita City Roller Mills!
MANUFACTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
IMPERIAL, - (Roller Patent.)
WHITE ROSE, (Extra Fancy.)
X. L. C. R. - - (Fancy.)
These bran ds have been on the nii.rV.ctH 1- at,
won an enviable reputation wherever Intrcmuceu. 10 try mem is h, siay wuu ui'iu n -always
in the market forwhrat at highest caoh jirlcr
SHELLABARGER, IMB0DEN & OLIVER.
ni mmd C3HJX7fV VZKV
NKi m ,1. jsTfty wsi itsT j 'jr.. vi v
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Proprietors.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANT PART 09 THJ CITT.
W. J. BLOOMER & BRO,
G OCERIES &
Opposite the Wholesale Grocery
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OrriCE 100 IHJCGLAS AVK.V17K,
Over narnes Irn; fctnre.
Lanest Agency in tie Yalley. i
Wichita Meat Market,
ill Eiibtffnskanl Salt Meats
August D. Ficht,
Carpenter & Builder.
ty Ofvntll tfe Oraaa fircry, nar er
t.r of Xarlet tlml -"
AT dZ? ' vi-
For i iiMihythe
maia-wheef makes 4
year; the second, or
center-wheel, 24 rev
olutions in 24 hoars,
or 8,780 in a year
the thkwj wheel 12
in 24 boors; or 70,080
in a year; the fourth
(which carries the
second hand), 1,440 in
24 hoars, or 525,600
is a year; the fifth,
ia 24 hours, or 5,526,-
000 in a year ; while
tbo beats or vibra
tion in 24 hours are
432,000, or 157,680,
000 in a year.
Lawrence's Drug Store.
GOODS DKLIVMJtD OK SSOXT XOZZCX-
ITedet. J. H.
BLACK, 9m. and Tree.
9. P, JOHNSON.
Wet, North anil South for ten years, and have
H. W- KENDLI.
joiner 333R-A.1. DinrECTroja,
And Dealer In
WOOD, CLOTH, AM) 1ETALLIC BrillAL CASES,
BOBE. OLOVZS, CJsAPE, XTO.
Have two flns hearses. A private telephone direct
Wichita Cemetery, time, always ova.
99 Douglas Avenue, w icnita. nansan.
Prompt attnlton to OrsVrs Ttltjripk.
W O HACKKK t. C JACKSON
HACKER & JACKSON,
WblMl and Ita!I Isier. la
jstB. Line, cmt. uA Hair.
Ft. Scott Flaffginr,
Qrmj 4 Bin Ston.
OSn at Kf 4 fteales, Xv
oath S de.Xssr VtyA
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Haul mi sm4 as re.iMt m.a
COfcXEX nRSTJk HAtS. WICHUA. KAMSAS
Z' SlT ' i
VJGHITA NATIONAL BANK,
Wj - JE- . J,1 y-v,.--
s. a. coax,
A. W. OUVCS,
MEDKKLAXBKB. W. K.
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK.OF ANY BANK IN THE- STATE.
Do a Genertl Banking, Collecting & Brtktftge Buiinew.
Xtutem and Fbrtign Mcckmnfc tot; and told.
w T n r. -.2 ms j- - xas fj
14f CwMaWy, TtHPAikip ami Jfnnicipal Sond teayaf.
B. LOMBARD. Jr.. Prsstdsat,
JA9. L. LOMBABD. Ylce-ri-i't.
Kansas State Bank,
Paid-up Capital, - - - - $52,000
J. P. ALLEN.
J. M. ALLEN,
UEO. E. SFAL.TUH.
Receive Deposits, Mate Collections, ihiy and Sell Jcdtye, fraiu
act a General Banking Business.
JESUP. PATOX CO., M Williams Rt.. 5. Y.
BLACKSTONK NATIONAL BANK, aVo.tos.,
J. O. Davidson, rrtw. S. l Davidson. Viee-Pre. C. L. pAVlDsjoit, Sec'jr.
The Davidson - Loan Co.
ltowy, Always on Hand to Leaa oa
OKMCK WITH CITIZENS BANK, Norlh-t I
Corner Main iitrest and Douglas Avenue, (
Bank of Commerce.
(IIATKIKM1 A I1AKTI.KY.)
Loans Money on Rati Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
BtceiTtt Depotit, Time and Dwaand, at XattraL
Buys and-tells exchange; makes collections; negotiates wiujwcikiI hondi,
and transacts bankinij in alt its branches.
No. 17 Douglas Avenue, WlchtU, Ku.h.
KnilOLTit HATTIKLIt, PrnltUnt A.M. '''IJ.'i.T'.. v"?1'7
B. U ALLEN. Vies rrssMsat and lUaiuliwr , J. W, ilUfl.i.ll, 1r
u.' I'll t 11
WICHITA LAND AND LOAN COMPANY,
hptkln kuSsSdls luis,
OFFICE IN BANK OFCOM.MKIK'K IK O.MS.
wichita, ------ jca:n-sjv.s
OF WICHITA, KLAJlSrSAS.
N. W. Cor. Main St. A- Donyhii Are.
C. h. HAVIDsjON,
W. E. STANLEY,
Til capital stock bftbs bank Is uos hundrcl th.m.suil ilullars, sixty thmuaatt ilullars ft waltb
Is oWDd by Xw Kaclaad cautullsta snd savings l)auss who fftl ovsr tail mllll tl
lars, tlvlng ins Institution a Wals;qnal to ay baoklaa-liou to ths utau.
(Ivlnc tbs inslltnllon a Dacaina; cqnai u
k..k win mln dsnoslu. tiov awl sll
1H4 baaa will rscrivs usiwsiu, way ihi
dDSfiunl baaktaa- baslncss. tfs shall ndsavi' t,trnsa-t all boslnsss lrnt-j tails la
manner, and. upon Unns, satisfactory to ourcuun.r, ami solicit a thai
J. O. DATIDHOV, JVMNf.
H. X, JIAri''MOX,rU-Fri'l.
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
-IN KANSAS STATE BANK BUILDING.
South-ictMt Corner 0 Main Strttt nnd Ihiuijlm" Atenu.
COME AND GET KATKH, OH TALK LOANS.
OBO. EL 8PALTON. Baoratery
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN BTREKT.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY.
Loans Money at J A test Jtate$.
Juuei Sight lrati on alt parti of Jiurope,
Buys and Sells fiuc'l and Municijxtl llondt;
I'ayt InttreH on Time iMyOiiti,
Any Annual ot
t um a d-irau. SEAL UTTI-M' ra r crrr fxt
gy Conntriirvt llulri Inttrtft. J$
DIBECTO xH& .
L.DYEK, K.II. KOYS, SAM'I.
II. W. IJIWI8, Pre.IrBt.
S. D. PALLETT,
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER
ZaJLfJTEL. 8HI2rOLE8, XOOORB He J3T,T3Srr0.
Oflf aad Ynl Wrt Ead or Doojfta- Arrnu, SoriU Swle, Xuar KrUfr
CHICAGO LUMBER COJIPANY'
LUMBER. SASH, DOOHS, BLINDS. LATH
MMBafmtinrtr of tUc tItrttJ
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME, 4
Nlaty-4eTta per neat. jare time. Two bm4 wlil go as fa m Urw ot
nay otber Llm.
c. a. wsiasaw, jusi
- .r .
-. x sail aaaa
a il ! 11 1 w
I.. D. SKiNNKS, CaUUr.
sRO. . asTALTOJIj Aas'l Ctl.r
L. D. SKINNER.
NATIONAL BAHK OT AMBJUCA, Cksaan.
MKBCHANT9' NAT'L BASK, KaaSM Clly
- -. - - $60,000.
Xaprovid Tana aad.Oty. Pwfacty
Face luvw, Kite Golktiau
H. L. DAVIDSON.
aay oaosis now iu i ..w. wa
furslxii aal dnms.tla airliasxr. mats Ivans, a,w
uriK uiir.,nj w.rwar r-.., -
I ttis tutill I-
JOHK C. HKKHT, l.'mthlrr
C. I. UA rtUMOM, Mtrrttmrw
A. 1IVDK, CAbIs-r.