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THURSDAY MOUN1NR, AUG. 14, 1S84.
JAMES C. BLAINE.
JOHN A. LOCAN.
rrCongrre. . ...,-... SAM UX K. l'KTXltS
KOI; l'KKSlDKNTIAU 1XECTOKS.
At Large . . ..;.Iohn II. Itlcr, or Ft. Scott
" .. . ...I) A. Vul.ntliir, of Clay
First Dlntrict A J. Fell, or Nemaha
Second " .1 l. 1'icVerlnp, or.Iolinwm
Third " I I. Hcnnlwjn, urNeoMio
Fonrth " .. -I M Mlllrr, of Morrl
Fifth . F. XV. MiirpM, rt loml
Sixth " . XV S.Tiltou, or 'Irepo
Seventh ... . T T.lujlor, or Keno
. i STATE TICKET.
i For Chlrf Justice,
II. JIOKTON, or AtUil6f.il
For Associate Jiitlc(,
A. JOHNSTON", of Ottawa.
JOHN A. MAKTIN, ul Atcliieou.
For Llentenant-Go ernor,
A. I. Itmni.E. or CravcTonl.
For J-ecretarj or State.
K. TJ. ALLKN, of Setlgnlcl.
i:. 1'. McCAlIE, or Gmlmm.
. T. IIOWK. of Marion.
For AtUnioy ieiicrnl,
h. II. IIHAIlFOKU, r)Be.
ForEuiierlutiiidrlil l'uMic Iiii-lnictloii.
J. II. I.AWIIKAIi.or ISoiirlion
For .State Senator, Stnl District,
JOHN KKLI.T, of --li;tt Irk
A Few Words With Republicans Who Can
not Afford to Go OfTHalf-Cockcd.
Within a few minute- after tlio m'ii
ate bail paved the joint resolution
Mibmiiting the prohibition aiueiui
Hient to the elector, of thi state. u
remarked to :i tenalnr who badxoled
in thonliinnativo that lie had given
his voice to a measure, and at the be
hest of an adventuicr, whieli would do
more to de-troy the dominant party
in Kansas, give more trouble to Re
publican editors and go farther to
wards" putting the slate under Demo
cratic rule than anvthiiig that bad ver
occurred in the hMory f lCiinca.
The gentleman addiei-ed hung hi
head for a moment and answered :
'Yes. if it t-iiould receive ; two-third
vote in the Iioh-i you ami I will not
live to see the end of the strife and
dWciiehion it will c:iiim but,' lie
added, 'the iue eould only be
dodged or downed through moral
iccreancy. The following year, with
out regard to paitj a mnjorily of the
jieople voting thereon said, lit their
verdict, at the ballot box, ye, the
piinriple involved is i-orreel; and, tiny
elected a legiM.-.ture on that iue. to
make it good. As soon as the princi
ple became ineoiporated in the laws
the dominant party, as in all like oa-e-,
was held to be responsible for the
innovation which responsibility was
It is iiiineee--r.n to refer to the re
sults which hae follow ed,fuither than
to admit that a largo per cent of Re
publicans within a j ear became dis
satisfied with the measure and with
its practical working-, and as a pro
test mined round and lirtualh
elected a man for goernor who had
hated and fought every principle of
the Republican party since its earliest
Another two cars had rolled
aiotiiul and another coxeiifiou mii-t be
chosen and another ticket named by
the Republican. And right here
aroe the wor-t trouble. When it
came to the primaries and county con
vention, that element which had vot
ed for (Hide, a a protest, had become
so settled in their oppo-ition that Ibe
refused to light the matter out inside
of our own line", but stood back and
let the other element choose whom
the liked. 'I he ieult o! this, was a
wonderful!) unanimous convent ion, o
tar as the prohibitory question wa
oiicei neil, but intensel) Republican.
The latter finding thcmceles m gieat
I) in the majority not only became xeiy
libcr.'l but niagnaniuiou-. making all
manner of concession and then linally
nominating a ticket the very tickit
that the so-called liberal Republicans
hail been advocating, in fact tho bel
ticket as a whole, so far as the men on
i! aic concerned, that was ever nomi
nated in the Male.
This brings us down to the pre-mt
time when we are confronted by our
old enemy the Democratic p u ly, and
by St. lobu and hi stiikers who orig
inally led us to defeat, and by the
leaders of the anti-prohibition element
a part of which are oppo-cd to pro
hibition lroin principle and a part of
which are opposed to that principle
'from policy w ho send out a call for
'.mother )tate convention.
' t ' "
What tbe'iesult of this quadrangu
lar light will be, probablv no man can
tell. The Democrats who are urging
it on have nothing to Ioe and every
thing to gain. The St..lohu crew
have even thing to gain and nothing
to lose. The Kicker ha e nothing to
lose and nothing to gain. In a Re
publican Ictory they would loe noth
ing becau-e every principle. tve that
of whiskey, to which tlu-y cling,
would be triumphant. In a Demo
cratic triumph, every principle be
lieved in by them would be slaughter
ed save that of whi-ky.
If we have failed in the above to
make an honest and square statement
of the case the failure must be attribu
ted to our lack of ability.
"Now. all that these protesting Re
publicans want, all they are demand
ing, is a Resubmission of the Prohibi
tion question. That's all. They ac
knowledge the national platform and
ticket is just what they would have,
and that no people were ever asked or
perinitteiMo vote for truer, or better J
qualified men than thoe who make
up tho Kaucas statejiepublican ticket
from .lobii A. Martin down; but,
they believe that Prohibition is not
only a failure but that a majority of
the people do longer hold that it is
auything else, and they a-k that the
matter be resubmitted. To ibis we
see no particular objection, in
lacf formally mouths we have person
ally held and bclteed that the only
way to put ecn a seeming quiet upon
tha question was through another
vote, stripped of all issues have and
except "for" and E'aainsl.' . But
where is the sense-'of -these kicking
conventions, these independent moes,
this stubbornly standing balk and re
fusing to settle the matter within the
sake of the children coming after ou,
don't put your bauds to its throat.
If you have really lot faith in llcpub-
parly? If you love kepubliean prin
ciplc; ideas, 'tis Jociationg and method
" better thaw fenflafhunkerisiu, Ui- tin
lican doctrines and eee future glory
only in the mossgrown traditious'and,
prejudices of the Democratic parly, go
join them out-right aud above board,
as has cx-Judgo "VV. P. Campbell, iof
this city, but in no case become spies
As to Re-submission it cannot be
compassed by party conventions or
resolutions. Nor can a minority hold
up and enforce a law against the will
of the majority. If a majority of the
people of ICausus desire a Rc-sulunis-slon
it will come aud come without the
necessity of honest Republicans fore
swearing cithct'Ihcir party or princi
ples. Upon the other hand, if a ma
jority of hc people arc determined
that that particular article of the.cou
slitution shall stand, no party or no
legislature can repeal It, for the people
and not parties make and uumake fun
SEDGWICK COUNTY FARMER TO
To Iht Editor of the Dcilg Eagle:
'In tlic days of the lightning and tempest
Our lives wc Imperilled to cave
The banner that still guards the altars,
And homes of the free and the brave.
"Aiid.lic it by bullet or ballot,
Columbia never shall fall
To liml in the van for her honor,
The true-hearted sons of the Gael."
The honor of Columbia can never
be preserved by English free trade.
The Democratic plat form i not ex
actly in favor of free trade, but it i
the -lire precursor of that system
which ha hi ought the working people
of England, Ireland and Scotland to
that condition of debasement which is
i lower than that of any savage tribe
I am afraid of any policy recom
mended by England. Her linancial
system mid her policy of free trade is
injurious to the li.ippiuc and wel
fare of the American people. Tinier
the-e -ystcms more than 1,000,000 of
my countnmen and women in Ireland
have died by starvation in Queen
Vic'-, reign, and Henry George, an
Aiuei ican writer on political economy,
a-;iires us he was horrified to -co
"scotch women the equals in natural
abilit) and the superiors in
morality of any peer or peeress
in the laud lorced by thee
English m-Iciih to carry seaweed
and peat for miles in creels strapped
on their backs like beasts of hidden,
lie Isited their homes of one room
Willi an earthen floor, and hu was hor
litied to see them sit down to a din
ner of oat bread, dry crusts he called
(hem, and reverently fold their hands
and with ee lifted up toward heaven
ghe thanks to God for his bounty.
The descendants of the proud and
hauglit) chieftains and clansmen have
drank of the cup of EuglMi free
trade and found it bitter. Will we in
this land where all arc created equal,
cast our voles for a parly who openly
advocates British free trade. No, a
million times no! The English woik
ingiuau i bruiali.cd by the free trade
polic . He has no aim in life but pres
ent exi-tence. He knows nothing o!
either philo-ophy or theology.
Eli IVikius in the Utira Ob-erer
gives u-a glimp-e of the average faun
laboririu England whom he found
'Good morning,"' aid PeiUin.
"Moiniu to )i: zur," pulling his Ilmiii
to a Mop.
What are you going to rai-e here?"
"Kaant zactly .ay. .Maastcr 'ant tole
I what he be plantin' here.'
'I expect jou are fallowing the
ground for fall wheat. I am a firmer
"l.or, beye that theie? Whtie l'c
eoome lroin?" 'I came from .ew
"I.or wcie'd be that Hi civ?" " Why
over in America.' y
"You'd a mom uroiii vorcign pails?
Acue me ir." he said, taking oil" his
hat," ae erd tell on oung -liiu.loli-?
lie be c nt in '.MeriUy tu."
"What part of Amciiea?" "Alul
know. I vear tell as he ware in the
staate-. He' a leave eer
i' te ve'ir
acooine net Janewary."
"I don't think I hae seen .lohu
Dobs. Do you own any lamj?" "l.or
n aw .'
"Do you want any?'' "Xaw."
"What is your iciigioti belief j"
"Do.iu know,"' with a vacant stare.
'ISutxoiigo to ihurch sometimes,
don't you?" "'E 1'de go to parish
church when I do dean niwlv."'
"Do you believe in the Tiinily?"
'"Neer 'card tell on him."
"Aie there any IVesbyterianshere?"
"What be them?"
"Are theieany Methodist?" "Oh,
there be a spore of Vni. The) be
bludy i-icals, lu.
' "What do you think of the Irish?"
"(Jah, they be bludy rascals 1 hem
Those who are willing to bring our
intelligent mcclrinics and farm-laborers
down to the level of this Saxon
serf will be found next November
voting the Democratic ticket for
Cleveland and English free trade. The
London Times, Telegraph, Daily
Xews, Standard and other English
journal declare a better choice could
not bo made than Cleveland. Vhe
London Telegraph says : "The Irish
Anicrican citi7cns hatred of Cleveland
is the best certificate obtained for his
election. For this reason he should
inerrit the support of all true Ameri
cans." Pat Ilcaley was a delegate to the
Democratic convention in Chicago,
where tho band struck up, "God Save
the Queen," and where (Sen Bragg, of
Wirrotisin, said: "We love Cleveland
for the encmic he ha made," mean
ing the Irish and other working men.
If Pat Ilcaley can support England's
candidate in conjunction with Henry
Ward Rccchcr, tho apostle of bread
and water for workingmen, he forgets
the traditions of his race and becomes
a degenerate son of noble sires.
Hoping he and other deluded men
may experience a change of heart be
fore next November. I remain.
Onk of thk Macs.
Glrn Alary, Aug. 11. 1884.
THE IRISH DEFECTION.
The Cincinnati Celtic American
sums up in one terse paragraph the
reaju which impel American citi
zens of Irish descent to desert their
old party atliliations aud take a firm
staud for Hlaiuc aud Ixigau. Hear it:
The defection of our countrymen
from tho Pcniocratic party is simply
immense, and tho probability i that
"before lh ides of toveiuber the stam
pede will bo gcucral. The name of
hlaiuc has exerc5cd. a talismanio iu
tlucncc which proves how gratefully is
appreciated the manly aud ell'ectivc
stand made by1 him in behalf of our
incarcerated fellow countrymen in
British bastilcs. The Democratic
press affect to sneer at Mr. Blame's
letter of acceptance for its pacific ten
dency and his omission to give a twist
to, the tail ol the llntish lion or to
pummel the German boar. Now, Mr.
Blaine U no bully, but what lie says
be means, and he said quite sufficient
to make the world uudcrataud that, if
elected, he will 6ec that native and
foreign-born citizens will be protected
when outside of the jurisdiction of the
starry flag. The timid capai
talists need not be alarmed lest
be plunge the country in
to a needless war, aud the best way
to preserve peace i to demonstrate to
the world that whi we will not pro
voke a quarrel, tve will not brook in
sult or wrong from any quarter. The
uniform abuse heaped npou Mr.
Blaine by tho Enfilish press is the re
sult onus bold denunciation oi uic
English authorities for arresting upon
trivial pretenses Irish-American citi
zens. They predict that his well-known
sympathy will enlist the Irish vote.and
for once they will be correct in their
prediction. The press of Great Brit
ain has heretofore been upon tlie kc
publican side, btitnow a large amount
of space is devoted to show cause
why in the forth-coming election flic
Democratic candidate ought to be
chosen, all of whi-h goes to prove that
the Irish vole should be cist npon the
The American is right all the way
through the above, but it is especially
right iu regard to its assertion tint the
way to prevent insults from other
countries is to be prepared to prompt
ly and ellectually resent them when
they arc offered. Tho way to prevent
war is to be always prepared for it!
OUR RAILROAD LAW.
Lcavenwoilii Times: The gentle
men who comnoso the board of rail
road commissioners, judging from
their first annual roport, issued last
week, arc very well satisfied with the
law, and do not tee any respect in
which it needs amending or improv
ing. The law has worked very satis
tory in many respects, but Ihcro is
little doubt bul that some changes
will be made, and there can be
no doubt but in some regards im
provements are uece-sir . The ques
tion will assuredly be before the legis
litiire next winter, and in the selection
of members of the house and senate,
the people should certainly consider it
and the qualifications of their candi
dates to carry out their wi-hes. At
the pre-ent time we will not attempt
to point out any defects. The work
ings of the law' are well known. It
covers a complex question, and
it is remarkable that in one ses
sion of the legislature 'we se
cured a law in anyway approaching
perfection. The commissioners point
out their lack of power to enforce any
.desired change or regulation, and also
speak of the advantages derived from
being advisory rather than mandato
ry. The jieople do not want com-iritiiii-m.
They waul exact ju-ticc,
and their real iii (crests and those of
the railroads are idenl'eal. But this
question of power will likely come up
Mrs. Mary A. Livermorc public!)
protests against the election of G rover
Clevclamr.to the presidency. She de
clares : "A man whose private char
acter would exclude him from decent
soriclv should not be in-tailed in the
White Houo as the ho-t of the nation
and the dipeu-er of it- hospitalities."
And she roucludc wiili this appeal to
the true friends of wourui an t purity:
Stand by the R publican puny. Its
candidate" for president and vice
president arc able men, whose long
ye ir-of public stvIcc have entitled
them to the recognition they have re
ceived. Th-y mp' neither drunkards
::or libertines." Mint llieir relation with
uoiiifii are so noble Ih.it thev will be
accompanied in the X itioual capital
liv wives and women friends of rare
intelligence, high culture and un
questionable moral worth.
O. W. C JOSI-3.
AttoriH'V-Bt-law Oilice in Kaglc hlori., over
Itou-y .V Cj.'HdryKwds storo 7.1-2 Ml
IlKS. KIC1IMONI) SKTON
Will attend together all seteru canci, and will
treat magnetically at their houses all who do
Blro. Why Biiir-r or lnaVu a drugstore of your
stomach, when jou can bo healed magnetieall I
Consultation freo. Charges reasonable I)r
Itirhmonil's office at No IA south Water street,
.Mrs Sexton's oilier, on Market street three
doors north orjail 1W-Wls-Ini
DII. .MUS. KICIDIOM' A IHI MItS 8KXTON
Iliocliml lone and ery snreesrul cK-rionrv
in obstetrical eased, mid under their magnetic
tn atment )iarturition Is mostly without jialn
Oitlee in Temple block.
IOI.UM.S. imnr. m rivir
Allnrne" nt .aw. W ill irni lice In lxith Mule
nml Federal eourti. Uf.lce in 'leinil- lilock.
Main rdieet, second -railway north ol I'o-d-ollue,
T he riiutoKHnhi r Pictnres in alt sites end
tlcs He also carries the ilnest assortment
or'iicturd rrames In tho city. Gio Mm a
friendly call and examine samples il-i-tf
Architect and superintendent Office oppo
pite Occidental Hotel. Main street, Wichita
ANNA It TWITTY", M. I).,
1 endt rs her professional eerticcs to the ci linens
or Wichita Klectro- ajior haths a specialty.
Office on Main street, second door rroni south
w est corner or Kirst street, ilp-slatrs. .'A-3in
I)k W.S .McIIUHXIK.
Formerly pin nlciMi and 6nrron to the Iiuls
ille t'ltv Mild Murine hospiMl, and late health
offleer u'r i-urinptleld, Illinois, has located at
No. I!) Main street, opjiotite tho postoilice.
.special attention paid to gjnecolosy and tlec-tro-T&por.
eIectrti-fionc and galvanic haths
Omce hours S to 10 .ji and 2 to 4 r m.. and nt
TKIllIV A DUMONT,
Arcldtecls anil Superintendents. Office in
Hoys hloek. Wichita, Kansas. 2-tf
J). W. SMITH,
1)kstit Kaple tiuilding, Douglas arimn,
IIAKUIS A HAIIUIS A FIKKIIAUlSlI,
Attorneys at Ijiw, Commercial hloi-k, Wicli
.1 M. TtAUEItSTON.
ATTonNxr at law, Wichita, Sedjrwlck county
Kans-is Office in Centennial lllocfc.
STANLEY A WALL.
Attorneys at Law, Wichita Kansas. Office
V.. It UKST7.,
rhyslcJauandMirgeon. Office over Fuller A
W-. F. WALKEi:,
Attorner at Ijiw. Office over Kau-ai Na
Ii. F. sIIEUWOOU.
Ucnttst. Office tn Fcrrcll Uulldlajopiiofile
IHistoffice, Main stnsrt, Wichita, hau-as.
Teeth extracted without i-aln ly nltioio-ilile
J. J. CKIsT,
Arehite-t and Superintendent. Office, Krull
Werner's Muck, Iuncla ueaue, bctweciiJTo
liekaaTenue aud Ijiwreuce St., Wichita, JCu
).t. 1IOVSTOS, V W. l.KNTLSY
HOUSTON A ItKNTUrV,
Altomevs at Ijiw Offici- over Kau-as Na
tional lwnV. Wichita. Kan.
SlOVKi: A HACIU EL,
Contractor and builders, on Flwtstreet, west
r County buUdiDg
J. F. LAL'CK,
Attorney at Is, Wichita, Kansas.
K C i:UG(!I.ES,
Attorney-at-law Oilii sirer No. AJ.Miln
Strret, Wichita, Kansas. Is;-
Vltornev st lj l!oni No. 3, U.
oflle Ixilldlog, xv'lchlia, Kaitsits.
J. O UElUilNC,
Cl'll riglnerraiwl KeI Krate Aeei,t. Teni
ple blcsrL near l-lo(Cce, Wichita. Knit-a.
DcvTtrr. Itmnis In Field biild!iiir. Malii
street, opjlte llnntttig A Flher's. 12-11
K.W L. DOYLE.
liiynsT. Oflic over llanies A jsmiN lrug
lore, lealeuiital n;cs. icmia. n
J rfcllXTAYI.OE,Jl D.,
Tender bis professional services to tho peo
ple of the dtv and sarroundlnR country. A
specialty or cancer, hemorrhoids, (piles), flsta
lain ano, fever sorts, sc.re lepn, etc In these,
cases a care tit Insured. Ketldenc at Kennedy
House, on Fourth aveace, south of IKmj:lj
avanue. Consultation free. C-la
READ MY PARTIAL LIST AND CALL FOR
' ' ' PARTICULARS. '"
am Selling Lots From First hands in the New Town of Bayne
and Will Make Prices Which Will Admit of Good Profits.
1731 3.20 acres lu Sumner comity, ii mile
north of Caldn ell ; 70 acres iu cultivation, all
good land. .!,50u.
17S.1. Quarter-sections niilei went or North
fleld, Stunner county ; U) acres under cultiva
17J. Quarter-seclion .1 milei nortbea-t of
Mulvane, -jumner count ; one-lmlf under cul
tivation, small j?ranary. Sl.'.-O), Sol on 4
jear-j' time at 8 percent.
1731 SiO acres unimproved laud V,i miles
soiilh or Northlleld, ."-umner county; good liv
ing water Si.SOO, or Mill tell quartern eos
rately. 17.(0 t'niniiroied quarter i mile.) north of
Northfleid. A 1 laud. $!,(
1739 010 acres ."miles south of Cheney; 40
acres Iu cultivation, TiiU iuejdendid landund
17M 11X1 acres 2J,' miles north uf Cheney; a)
ncies in ciiltlrntlon, li'ilng water. SI.WK'.
17.17. Qaarter-scction 7 luilfs south of Cheney;
hou3e ot i rooms, stable and cribs. l,i.
17:su. Quarter-section 10 milts south or Clieuey;
CO acres in cultivation. $1,$ii.
17.-1. 1'idmproved (iiarter r miles ninth of
f, w 12-'Ji-lU viest, Kinsman county,
2i) acreB hroie. Slaiy.
.". w l-'Jof w 1-2 32-23-S w, Kingman coun
ty, Vl acres hrokc, lsti.
1371. Quarter 2 1-2 lulled s e or Cheney. &2ZX)
1K1 1-2. Quarter sec. 10 miles n w ot Wicldta,
on Arkansas river. On time at 7 per cent. -
Vol. 1W a 7 miles eouth oruoddard, IS1W0.
1MU Qnartcrstc. 5 miles east or town, SiVH
I'tr. Ida 8 miles s n or Wichita, S-ii'i, 1-3
liXil K.i a in sec 4-2H-:
9.1 in enltivation. SlSi.
ir.2 tinartert miles u ruf Garden I'laln,
IKil. 1C0 a 2 miles n vr or Garden IMain, 20 a
Hits, n i; 1-1 13-20-1 vv, 7 miles n w of Ganlen
Ifllii ne 1-1 1-30-ivV, all raw-. 1WJ.
17iil. is) aeses "i miles (.outheast of Ilayno ;
ali in cultivation. l-etory houfi'or 3 rooms,
Kood ptalile, corn crih and granary, nice froie.
1721 161 acres miles southea-t or Derhy ; ifi
acres in cultivation, honsc, stahlc and Rranary,
-il nrr.'n I lu.dend ill. 10.1 utilde trees. SJ.riOll.
1711. lil acres 4 miles f outheast of llajne: !!-.
storv house of 3 Tooms, (jooil stalde, itiu and
jrraunrics. nu acres in tultitation, jieath orch
ard, ', miioof heilc.
1710 UK acres i; miles Irom learwater; (.0
acr" In cultivation, liiiiir water, some hedpo
and -hade trees, $J,0.0.
I72D Quarter-section of raw land 2, miles
from Northlleld. $2.1110. 81,100 on 3 jears
lime at s jicrcent.
17. ! lo-o acres in Sumner county I miles from
Caldwell ; watered hy the ChiLaskia and several
springs, IWarres under cultivation, 3 dwellings
and oilicrimnroicrnents. Slt.lui
No. 17U Iw acres 3,'i miles southeast of
Garden Plain, t acres in cultivation, iiiio
proves of cottonwood and ho clderst lOJ bear
inj; peach trees, living water. Tlds is a bar
gain. No 1711. 1C0 acres 2 miles west of Valley
Center, nice house IS -'" with addition 7x11,
stable, granary and criba, 20 acre pasture, good
bearing orchards of apple and peach trees.
10.il 101 a !) miles s w or Wichita, small house,
60 a under cultivation, good orchards or apple
and peach, nice grove, 8120)
1131. lin a 1-2 mile from Ceney, Wain cul
1.132. 311 a 7 mllc3 vv of town on Covtsun
eri't-k. lsiia under cultivation. 10 a of timber.
house of.'! rooms, cranarv, stable and other
linildings, all hedged and iross hedged, splen
did orchards and groves. '1 liia is a bcautir.il
place, $10 per acre.
1.111 100 a ! miles s of ton n, near Ilaysvlllc
post-olHcc, llo a in enltivation, goodl 1-2 Btory
house with addition, ham 2C0 with loit, corn
crib, smoke house, Ac , 11 a pasture, good
bearing orchards, S33 per acre.
LIT), iloa I miles n w of Goddard, llo a in
ultivation, 1 1.2 story houso of 7 rooms, ice
house, Btoro building, post-office on place, good
enccs, living watir, some fruit, SoOoo and
terms to suit
1.110. lcoa4milessvvorGoddard, 11-2 story
house of C rooms and good cellar, htahlo for 0
horses, cow stable for tj head, gTanary, cribs .tc
good hedges, 3ia pastnro, wired, .HI a in culti
latlon, living water, orchard, Ac, Siouti, easy
1.111 IWu I miles e or Cheney, 100 a in culti
vation, Iningwnter. some fruit, SWoO.
1.117. ion a 1 1-2 mile s e Garden l'lain, 120 a in
cultivation, 1 1-2 storj bouse of 4 rooms and
good u ailed cellar, staMe and granary, on
C'Uar creek, SiVKJ.
117) ir.in.l miles norCheney, 70 in cultiva
tion, house, some fruit, watered hy Spring
creek, M per acre.
13.11 103 n 2 1-2 miles s of Garden Plain, 11.1a
In cultivation, good house, barn, granary, Ac ,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 1 a of line bud
ded fnilt, 830OO.
1111. It.-! a In I!utl.r county, .1 miles from An
gusta.Soaortimbcr. 12'i in cultivation, good
house, grnnary and stable, plenty or fruit, liv
ing water, 7joO.
I.1CI vr I-t 31-23-3 east, llntler countyf 1 1-2
story house. K) a In cultivation, 9AVi.
l.VSl li a 3 1-2 railed vv orVallcy Center, 1 1-2
story house, 3 rooms anil cellar, wanary and
other Improvements, watered by Uttlc river,
$10 per acre.
i:A. liyjar. miles n ol Wichita, house with 2
rooms, nmall barn. 110 a In wire pasture, good
orchards of apple and peach, $21 jer acre.
1.1-1. 1ft) a 3 miles n or Derby, ou spring
creek, 20 a timber. 111 a In cultivation, 11-2
story house 2UIC, etable, granarj. sheds, and
cribs, hedged and cross hedged, plenty of fruit,
113. ICO a 3 miles so or town. .10 a In cultiva
tion, 130 n renccd, young orchard, watered by
Gynni creek, Slouo, $1(0 rh, balance on
time at 7 per a nt.
1.1-1. Quartcr-ee. I miles nor Garden Plain,
house with 3 rooms and small bam, to a in pas
lVs.1. H.0 a 2 miles vv or town, good frame
building, loan in cultivation, jonng orchard,
1020. 1) a 5 miles n w of Wichita, m a In cul
tivation, re-t enclosed in pasture, good house
and stable, eWK).
1C21 lui a 3 miles n vvof tnnn, all uudereiil
livatlon, 1 1-2 story houso oft rooms, stable,
on hard and sbado trees, $-mi
1C23. 100 all miles w or Wichita. 101 a in
cultivation, house with I rooms, stable, cribs
Ac . cs".VU
IK I. ICO a a miles vvof Wichita, 1; a in cul
tivation, house and stable, SIV-j.
102.1. CW a 2 1-2 miles n or Garden Plain, 3o0
a In cultivation, '2 bnusiii mid 2 staldns, living
N. J?. WIEDERLANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Corner Douglas anJ
THE MOST' RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
iTaxes Paid and Rents Collected,
tf T r M
- - - .. Correspondence Solicited.
N. F. Niederlander,:?
Corner of Emporia rind Douglaa Avencos.
i .," -
, CITY mOPEKTY.
Pj9. Three cottages of 3 rooms each, on Law
rence avenue near Methodist chnrch; all Tent
ed. This Is a very desirable Investment. l,200
eich or 3,Sou for the whole.
2U5. New cottage of 5 rooms, on Topela ave-
jiue ; south comer lot . very cheap at 91, w.
No. 273. A new plat of 22 lots on Topekaand
Emporia avenues, north. These lots are well
located anil will bo sold at low Jlgures.
No. 277. Kight lots on Main and Market
streets, 23lij each; $1100.
No. 273. Small bouse on Topeka avenue,
English's addition, lot 00x140; 81.K0.
No. 272. Cottage of five rooms on Main street,
barn and coal house, lot Uixl4U, east front,
fruit and shade trees: 82100.
No. 211. J.argo lot 113x36.1 feet on Wichita
street; two small houses, hedge fence, all
kinds of fruit and line shade; K.J.
No 2sl Lot OSxltO feet, onWacostreet, east
front, good neighborhood; 81J00.
So. 2S2. Ten acres south or the city, very
No. 233. Good residence on Topeka avenue,
lot 100x140 Teet, ham andoutbuihlings; 400(.i.
186. Good business property on Water street ;
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call for
full description, price, etc.
12. One acre lot on First street ; small house
or 3 or 4 rooms two iorchcs, young trees.
1!C. Suburban place south, four lots, house of
C rooms, cellar, presses and oath room, $2,W0.
11)1. Two choice lots on Douglas averue, east
Wichita $CoO each.
192. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market street;
small stable, corner lot, good neighborhood.
1-7. A large down-town residence; comer lot
100x140 Teet, frame house or 12 rooms, cellar,
cistern, Btonc walks, shade and fruit trees ; not
many such places in the market. 97,000
No. 172, One-story frame house, Tour rooms
and pantry, on Mosley avenue. I.otlt-xIS0 feet,
east front, comer alley, fine fruit and shade
No. 170, Cottage of four rooms on Waco
street, lot S2XI42 feet, good fence, peach, pear,
plum , cherry and fine shade trees. Price. 81K0,
on good terms.
Fo. 1C-, Plvo or six cottages in East Wichita,
under rent at 20 pi r cent, oil the price asked for
them. .Houses new and in good order; a ehoico
No. ICC, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge rence, fruit and shade
trees, one acre of ground, 8I.VJ0.
No. 1C3, House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, comer lot, 73x110 Teet. llarn and carriage
house, apple, peach, plum, cherry and shade
No. ISC, Three cottages on Emporia avenue,
English addition, all rented at good llgures, a
No. Ill, Frame residence, six rooms, on To
peka avenue, barn, fruit and shade trees, lot
M110 fret, $2000.
No. 127, Honsui-eiciiroomson Lawrence av
enue, south; barn for fonr horses, bnggy shed
chicken house, water in house, lino lruit and
shade trees. a beautirul home, SiloO.
No. 117, Elegant residence on Topeka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket fence, lino
fruit and shade frees, 8Ko.
No. 1)3 Valuable business property on Doug
las avenue, lir-t-class location. Call Tor price
No. M. Fine business projierty on Douglas
avenue;oldbuildiug, hut vtry cheap at tooo0.
No. .-I. One-etory rrame on Washington
street, largo lot, 87.V).
No. til. ISusliitss property on Douglas avnue,
Griffs addition. Frame ouilding, rents well,
No. 111. One lot on Main street, well located,
one-story rraino building, $1730.
No. S3, llusincss property on Ma!ntrtet,
under rent, 82300,
No. ldl. An elegant residence In the north
east part or tho city. Large grounds, fine fruit
and shadu trees, modem nouse In ierfect or
der; a rare chance to tho right party.
No. lid. Cottage of Ave rooms on Mead ave
nue, plentv of fruit, over one acre of land,
No. 173. A beautiful home on LawTence ave
nue; lot tiOvllOleet, one and a half story framtf
house or seven rooms In perfect order, good cel
lar, woll and large cistern. Bam and all neees
sarv outbuildings. Fine grape arbor and other
rrtuts; sbado in front, price 8l(i, part cash,
balance on good time.
No. 1.12. Two houses jn Wicldta street, five
rooms each, cementef. cellar, pantry and clos
et in eacli house, nice shade tree, lot SOxlM
feet, $I7H) each.
No IW. One-story rramo houso 011 Emporia
avenue, good cellar, ham, water rrom water
works, near horse enr, fine neighborhood,
S'.l'.-O, cash and time.
No. 11.1. One-slory Iraree residence on Law
rence nvenne. six rooms, cellar, coal house.
carriage house, hennery, lot well fenced, Irtxllo
Teet. line variety or lruit and shade trees, lies
locality in the city. Price ).
No. II. Tuolotson Emporia avenue. Eng
lish's .1th addition. 8100.
No. 23. Two choice lots on Donglas avenue.
fine business projierty. Call and get tho figures.
No. 21 Six lots in Lakeside addition, cheap.
No. 1'.) FIvo good lots on Court street, S130
No. f.2. 1 wo lots on Wichita street, 300
No. trt. Six lots on Douglas avenue, stow.
No. 7.1 A nice nlat of ground for sub-divid
ing on Lawrence and Tojeka avenues, can he
soul at n nargam.
No, 7C Business lot on .Main street, woo.
No M. Large lot on Market street, cheap at
No s7 A large lot for sub-dividing, 011 Cen
I have the exclusive sale of lots In Ormo and
Plillliiis mlrlltion. smith of the citv. This Is thn
highest Idat of ground around the city, and
jirices aro within the reach of all, 100 lota al
ready sold, and houses are springing up all over
the addition Call early and make a selection.
Tho late Improvements In West Wichita, in
cluding the new jiasscnger depot, have brought
us an nnprecedented demand for lots In that lo
cality ills the nearest vacant property to the
business center or Wichita, and there Is no
doubt of its rai'id growth and a good advance on
Jhave the sole agency for lots In Stcvtns' ad
dition These lots are centrally located, and
are having ready sale
ea.d Triis arid
There rc Tery few
of the rqaay who car
ry- watches who erer
think of thcic deli
cate mechanism, or
of the extraordinary
and unceasing labor
they perform. There
are many who think
that a watch ought
to run and keep good,
time for years with
out a particle of oil,
who would not think
of running a com
mou piece of ma
chinery a day with
ont oiling the wheels,
which do but a frac
tion of the service.
No. 88, Douglas Avenue.
MAJOR BROS. & HOLUDAT,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
"WIIOIj-ESIj-EJ .A. 3ST3D SUETlXTj.
133 DOTJOLAS AVEHUE. GOODS DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE.
XV. S. COHBETT, President. A. HESS. Vice
II. II. IUChAttDS
incorporated tranUiirj 1-J, IKSjj
N0S. 73 AND 75 MAIN
Santa Fe Bakery!
1872- ESTABLISHED. -1884
ECKARDT cSc SCOTT, Proprietors.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
"The Ger.man Grocery
FOK UHBAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE -OF FANCY GROCERIES.
! mii in i mi
W. J. BLOOMER & BROJ
(Opposite the Wholesale Grocery,
Wichita Meat Market,
AllKinflsofFreslianfl Salt Meats
Orihevtry be aiul.iy. UU fi.h W-rtny.
Thurdy and Fnday,
August D. Ficht,
Carpenter & Builder.
EJ- OuiKMltrlliel.frlii-ii Hnw-frr. umrrir-
cfrof Jlarlrt ltert --"
Oil I ritUrJlilll I !
One W'eek Only
tmw noTT Ir'foa wct omof ll fin4t Ilj
Iirnjrtyat prlrfi lht will rtltb t-mi.
EC. G-. LE3, -
Real Estate Agent.
Coror Mala lrrt and Ihngte "'
'' 'f " ' "'-. . "'
Globe Iron Works,
D.BlUATt.,2b!:i.eMttfF. - tiUDfpCi.
ANDREW FLAGG Proprietor.
Make all kid of Ina 4 Brats Castlsts. j
MidsittrT tf jfi kai Itpkti oa AVd 5&
CJ- villi P far r,U IlrM i. Iron Citljr
J. P. ALLEN.
Every Thing Kept in a Rrst-Chss
Drug Store. .
For example, tho
niahi-wbcel makes 4
revolutions iu 2t
hours, or 1,4G0 in a
year; the second, or
center-wheel. 24 rcv-
olutions iu 21 hours.
or 8,7C0 in a vear
the third wheel 192
in 21 hoursor 70,GS0
(wluch carrie the
I second hand), l.iiO in
'Zi noufs, or ,'ij.ojo
iu a .year; the tilth.
in 21 hours, or 5,526,
000 iu a year ; while
the beats or vibra
tions in 21 hours are
432,000, or 157.GS0,
000 in a year.
- - - Lawrence's Drug Store.
Presldet. J. II IIL.VCK.Src andTreas,
STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
HUSEY & KRG3NERT
m nri-,rrr'rtir-x,ri-cr:::''sxz ?tl
J . STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent.
Firo, Tornado, Lifo and AccicJonc
(IVFICK l'l llOHrtl.AS a vksiii:,
Otrr Hum' Unu; htorc
L3r(F6Sl AdGDCV IU I16 Y3116V.
XV ( HVCKhlt
! f JACKSON
HA0K1E & JACKSON,
Wliol-f.ilo ami lttill Iicalvn in
Ami Ml klr.il? i.f
iStonc' Cen9at' aad Hair'
Ft. Scott Flnfrsrirur, ,
Groy & Blu5 Stone.
OSai at His llJ SaIw, Sn T-i, VkMVrJs A v,
' Sooth SI il,NrTit. tl
B. TEC. BS,0"VT5T.
fDob4 Arpr.ne, - WkMta, Kmm
FreSll OVStCTS !
I Call at the I-rTtSCT wl UptwfMW, (i
i.a cm. m a. pm
- RaltjIJlore pgjj QjStefS !
1 OjJra trraa Jiairjtsor i7UT trf lo
S y tjt "' Y7tn jJfcWtyJtVritx.
No. 4C JIain St , - Wlcbit
I T "P Offi A TTPQ"!?!)
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
COKrrR.rUisri. ,-. vicuna, kakxas
SOI., n. KOUN. rrraident
"WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
. . . "WTIOHIT
$.11 KOUN', A.W. OLlVEIt,
x. Mi:KBL.'xni:u. w.r.
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking- Collecting & Brokerage Business-
JZtulern tuirf Foreiyn- ExcfatH'je ln(iht ami oi".
U. i! JJonds, of all dcnomimitioM, bought nml oll.
1-tf frnunty, Tmeashtfi ntid Jfunieipat'iBomU tfcnght. ,
. i.OMnAr.r. Jr.. rMnt,
JAS. U. U.MI1AIU. VIclT'!.
Kansas State Bank.
,T. P. ALLEN",
J. M. ALrJCN, .TAMIS
GEO. E. Sl'ALTOX.
lieceivt Deposit, Jfake Collection,
nd (itntml Itankinn Jlusincss
JEsUP, l'A10S-iCO..MWllUsmsSt.,N. Y.
IILACKSIONK NATIONAL HANK. Ik't.m.
,F. Oi lUvinso.v, I'rc. S. It. I aviis.v, Xlre-l'ris. 0NI Haviwon, Scc't
The Davidson Loan Go.
MoneT Always on Hand to Lean on1
HICK Willi CHl'.K.V-? HANK. .urltmrl(
tomr .lain 3iref iiim iHngin.ienu,
" - -
Bank of Commerce.
i ' . (iiATrn:r.i a iiitTr.t:r.)
Loans Money on Real Estate. Personal, and Chattel Sr-ruriliet.
Ecceivcb Dcpccita, Tizno and Demand, at Interest.
llmjs nml sell exehiinyc; makes collection.: iicjntiatar municipal bmht
and transacts Imnkintj in all its branchr.
No. 17 Douglas Avenue, ------ H'klilln. Kfii-itx. -
IHIUOl.l'II II VTKIi:i,l, PrwMrut.
It. Ii At-I.hN. V lea rrr,lilim mil lamlinT.
c. xv. r. i:iiam, Aiftitor
WICHITA LAND AND LOAN COMPANY,
Hiss Iw, Sslh Lri, Places bxw,, Mak ILttis
On-'JCT. IN IWVXK OKCOMMKI.TK IU DM.
OIF WICHITA, JC7UrSA.S-
jr. ir. Cor. Jkji
IOILV CAUI'KNTKH, U. h. J)A VIDsOX,
W. C. STANLEY,
The .rai.llat .twl. ut lli .aut Honr tiiitnlrfl tlion.flDil (iolUr. Ittj'tlicrtMftmt .InlUr. t wbi'H
Mtiwnnlliy iw Kitslxuil mpltiill-14 nit mllijr linl ntm VPtrwiilirUa U.illUiii tul
Inr. elvltiifthrlnnlllulliHiii IikV1iiIC"I t y l)fttiklfir liou lu lh HHtli.
Hit- l,nnt l!l rlpijinlt, Imrnml "II ruilitn mit iloiiiMllr rlit.njr, mnl limit iA
ilrine-nrral lin!.tnK liilInf VV thall miiIt- to irnj't nil lnilDtiiinmrl tnni In m
i,mnii-r. Jimt ii"'n lim, -utUfaftorr UnHirrtMloinrro.JJi'l "II-Jl liri' f til Ii i
, it It.iriltSOV, I'rflrt'iit.
.1 It ll.in ".SO.V. Vlrrl'rrm,t.
Wichita City Roller Mills!
RMrAIiLlMIIKIt l -
MANOFAOTUIIB THE OELKBRATiSD BRATJDS.
IMPERIAL, - - - i-Roller Patent.
WHITE ROSE, - - (Extra Fancy.f
X. L. C. R. - - - - - (Fancy.-
Tliot hrah -1 lis 1itti i,n the ninrrl fjut. Wt, Noflfc inl fronth frr lm jrtr- ! bn
xoiiiji fDTlli!( rltlii whrrlutrur, I Irr (li-m U In lf (llh llir
altraxvln lliiuartrlfr httt lnicbirl cli (ulw
SHELLABARGER, IMB0DEN 4 OLIVER.
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY..
1. 01 in Jl(ttef nt .jw lint r.
hut tiiyhl Drafts on all tMri 0 Kttruc,
lttiy$ and Sclli (hvtt and Muniaiftal ItomJf,
lUiyi IntertU 73 fcfr i''
ABf AfHUXKl vt
TV, tt 4nl WEAL ESTATE Mfcr fAUMR mr trtf rT wn
JtcT Ormnicticut Itale tf iutcrwl, J
.f. I DYER. !:. II, ROVS, BAM'l
H. vv. LKvi9- rrtstHicat.
S. D. PALLETT,
Vkait-r la -
NOBTHEM AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER!
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors & Blinds.
Kg" Yi&Jinr Pint Yttrti Kttl cud tf fyrtiylitjr et.cnvc.MmtU id gi"
lt7iite Pine Yard writs ttiU nctt bridge, . 'f
OHIOA'GO LUMBER COMI'ANY'
LUMBER; SASH, DOORS. BLINDS. LATH
.Matnjfjxtwrt r of Il nj-btil
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LTMS,
KfJicty-M vni pr cmi, jxsrc Lime. Two irrri trJlt e & far i.rr tt
any Mfcer IIiKe.
LcohrHls teitnt. JCsHjia ?hstr trd 2sir, sbriyz cr. hzzL
PIBST-OLASS "WORK AT COMPETITION PRICKS.
COTBACTOB &c STTIX,X323E,
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tixkek, .ioiin iavid?o.
1 D.S-KINNKU. f.-.hlr.
UKO. KilfALruN, Aw'tCMblor
F.OMI5AUO, 11. C. 1AY,
Jltnt otul Felt Rcchnnffe, oml tran
N'ATIOS'At, P.VNK OK AMMIHJA. t hlcg
Mi:i!CllANT N.VT'I. IIA.SK.Kausu Utr
Improved Faras and City Property
M AJ tf
A. St. Hi:NSV..rrrU
j.w nvi:ri.t.i iir
Su 0 Domjlan Aec.
JOIIA V lirilMT. I.tftttf
r I, It H'llm't.Vf.lrrrlurtu
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