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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE$W&ttA, KANSAS SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4f 1884.
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M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
"SATUKDAY MORMXG, OCT. 4.
JAMES C. BLAINE.
JOHN A. LOGAN.
ForCongrrss SAMUEL It. PETERS
KOK I'lSKSIIIENTIAL EI.ECTOltS.
Atl.arzc .Tolm II. Klcr. of Kt. Scott
I). A. Valentine, of-Clay
Sixth " ..
Sertoli- " ...
....A. J. Felt, oremana
I. O. 1'ickerinjf, of Johnson
..I.I. IJenninou, of Neotho
.1. M.Miller, of Jl orris
...F. VT. Mnres, of Cloud
. W. S. Tilton, or 1 rego
T. T. Taylor, of Keno
For Chief Justice,
, II. IIOUTOX, of Atchison.
For Associate Justice,
. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa.
:.IOHN A. MAKTIN. ol Atchison.
A. P. UIDULK. or Crawford.
For Secretary of State.
K.TJ. ALLEN", or Sedgwick.
K. P. McCAItE, of Graham.
S. T. HOWE, of Marlon.
S.:B. 1IK.VDFOUD, of Osage.
For Superintendent Pnbllc Instruction,
.1. II. LAWIIEAD, or Uourbon.
For Stite Senator, 33rd District,
JOHN KELLY, of Sedgwick.
R. (Mb (list
Hep'. Doth (list
..KOBEBTK L WHENCE
Clerk Dlst. Court .. C. A VAN XESS
ProbateJudRe E II.JKWKTT
County Attorney. ... J.M. BAMlEltSTON
Sunt. Fab. Instr'n It. I). HAMMOND
Coroner CM GA1UUSON
Coram, 3d dis.t.
L. A. WILSON
El Dorado republican : A "Wicliita locnl
o-sav of octi(iil jingle rhymes Arkanaw
with icljilnw. nliiiencsi lia aliout
ruined that country.
.lake lialdcrxon was noinitiatcd by the lle-
pulilicans for county attorney of Sedguick
county. Jacob should poll the entire party
vote and wo hope ho will. El Dorado Re
publican. The Chioijjo Current Rayp Knnsas will
soon take tho place of Illinois as the jjreat
rrt njfricultural State in the union. This
f'hicago prnplid has doubtlc& been read
ing the "Wichita Kaolk. Kl Dorada Je)iib-
Toliiln, Ohio, has had two political dem
onstration within the week. Tlie ltcpiihli-
enns had 70,000 poople.w hich U f aid to have
been the largest, gathering ecr wen in Ohio,
and L0,000 in line with torches Tlie Demo
crats had SJ with lamps and 120 with
torches. The Toledo Telegram vouches for
ludge ItrcnerV opinion concerning the
Cherokee nation's right to lease their land
for grazing privilege?, will be found in an
other column on this page The Judge
holds that the Indians hae the sanction
of the court in their favor, and that no pen
alty can attach to nn one for negotiating a
lease wan nnv trine ot Indians lor graring
A Chinoe pamphlet recently circulated
in Hong Kong again't the Christian minion
work affirms that Kuropcann do not belong
to the human race, but are descended from
monkeys. This race of wild beings wOr-hips
neither the heavens nor the earth; they do
not honor their parents nor have roped for
their forcfathcrK. Thev- come into China
under tho pretcn-c of preaching a religion
but really come to take the eyes and tho
brains of dying people mid tho blood of tho
children. With tlicuo they make medical
pills which they sell in their country, and in
thi manner secure shrowdno.
"The secretary of the fair took in Topeka
Monday, in the intere-ts of the fair, return
ing Tuesday noon. He secured certain coll
ections from the railroad company, hut
could not make all that he went for win.
However, those wishing to attend the fair
next week from Wichita, Harper, Winfield,
Arkansas City and intermediate points can
do so at four cents tier mile round trip. It
is hoped that the same rate can be secured
for other points farther away than thoe
mentioned, but there is nothing positive
about that jet. Excursion trains will be
run so that all can be accommodated. Cald
Will the Arkansas Valley corn liar please
stand up! Wo havo in our ollleo three
cars of white corn raised by Dan Cupp, this
season on his farm on the Whitewater, in
Towanda township, this (Hutlerl county,
gatnery u a w celc belore the weighing and
which .pulled the scales at live pounds and
and ouo ounce. The largert ear is thirteen
unci n Halt inches. Have you got nuuhiug
in tl(e Arkimsas Valley to beat this! As
tho btivs sav, it i in order for nu to nut un
u Bum, ui. uu j:tieu lur a rip iy. r.i
There is no necccMty for any pause on
either side. You are referred to the back
files of the Kaolk. In our early hUtorr as
n corn growing county, we were in the
habit of bragging on such corn as von
mention, but it is .so common now every
body raises that kind in Sedgwick.
THE STORY'S HALF IS NOT YET
Imiianaiiii.ii, I.nd., Oct. 1. The Journal
has the following spiH-ial from Ixigansport
Mr. Simeon Talbott, n. traveling man in the
employ of Henry Arthur & Co., wholesale
leather dealers in JCew York, is in this city
and being approached on tho subject of
Xew York politic, said: "Ye-, 1 know
Cle eland, perhaps better than any man liv
ing. Maria Halpin is my sister-in-law. The
story told in the newspapers is literally tme,
and tho half has not been told. Grover
Cleveland did seduce inv sister-in-law under
a positive promise, while she was living in
Iluflalo. This 1 know to bo true, and Cleve
land afterward paid the SoOO to me for Ma
ria Halpin when legal proceedings
were about to be instituted
against him. Clev eland now has possession
of the child. Soon after the publication of
this matter, and about six weeks, ago, Cleve
land wrote mo n letter urging mo to make a
-tatcment showing that lie had always treat
ed Mrs. Halpin well, and promised me any
thing I could wish in case he was elected. A
friend of his a prominent judge in Xcw
York, also came to me and wanted a similar
statement. I refused to make such u state
ment, and Mrs. Halpin said the would die
before she would make u statement for him.
He also said in the letter that tho published
reports in the press that two other icon were
intimate with Mrs. Haipin was wholly un
authorized by him, and were not tme, and
that in tho event of my nuiking the state
ment ho would have that corrected. After
Mrs. Halpjn's trouble we learned that Cleve
land vras !a libertine, and kept n regular
harem in Ilutfalo. Tho half has not been
told about him. I do not tell this for duhli
cation. It is not nece-sary in order to de
feat him. Xew York will give an over
whelming majority against him. I have
here a letter from my wife, stating that Mrs.
Halpin has refused, for tho sum of $10,000,
to make o statement for the Democrat.
She say she would rethcr tell the truth for
tho Republican cause than take any sum
from tho Democrats."
This is the substance of Mr. Talbott
statement. He is well and favorably known
to our business men here as a man of tlie
most upright diameter, and his story adds
still further proof to the detestable character
of Grover Cleveland. The Logansport
Journal, reporting the talk with Mr. Tal
bott ,"w.yg: "Maria is now living quietly at
a small town in New York state, and will
continue to remain away from the eyes of
the public until after the campaign. Mr.
Talbott undoubtedly hag it in hi power to
place the scandal before the public with a
number of variations, but he stubbornly re
fuses to do so."
We estimate the vote, this year, as follows:
Blaine, 150,000; Cleveland, 75.000; Butler,
20,000; St. John, 5,000 total, 250,000. In
this estimate we give all the odds against
Blaine. Tho total vote is as likely to go over
250,000 as under it; we have given Cleveland
more than a proportionate increase; we
doubt whether Butler will receive over 15,
050, and we think St. John is more likely to
fall below 3,000 than to reach 5,000. In all
these contingencies the increaso would go to
Blaine; and the chances arc all in favor of
his majority going considerably over 75,000
rather than under that number. Tlie im
migration into Knnsas has heen very heavy
in the last four years, and the bulk
has been Republican; while ofthose going out
the hulk has been Democratic Our estimate
that Jno. A. Martin for governor will run
behind Blaino from 20,000 to 25,O00Cvotcs is
based upon the following reasons: Of tho
largo number of Democrats who have de
cided to voto for Blaine, but very few of
them will vote the Republican State ticket,
but will as a rule, vote Democratic except
for President- Then there is an unknown
quantity of Republican voters who will not
voto for Martin because of tho prohibition
issue: Tho number is much smaller than
voted against St. John, two years ago, but
we think it will aggregate somewhorc from
5,000 to 10,000. This vote, together with the
Democrats who will vote for Blaine, when
taken from Martin and added to his oppo
nent, count double and will, wo think, be
sufficient to make a difference of 20,000 to
25,0000 between BInino and Martin. Tho
number is much smaller than it would ha c
been a month ago, and we think it is
grow ing smaller every day. But placing the
difference as high as 25.000 with Blaino's
majority as high as 75,000 or more, and the
pro-pect of re-electing Glick is a very for
lorn hope. It will do no harm to preserve
this estimate, and see how well we can cal
culate, or how widely miss the mark. Troy
We Are Law Abiding.
The Sumner County Suindard (Dein.) of
Wellington, in its declaration of principles,
"Wo claim to be law abiding and we
favor the enforcment of all statutory laws."
This i not Democratic doctrine accord
ing to the platform of tho party in this
State when it, if not in words, docs by im
plication, declare that it is not in favoa of
the enforcement of tho prohibitory law in
any sene, and denounces it unmeasured
terms as a law that no man with any sene
of liberty should obey or observe.
Further, the Standard takes up the Okla
homa quc-tion and denounces the officers
and government for enforcing laws a fol
lows: "We hold that the conduct of the govern
ment officers toward the Oklahoma settlers
was an outrage to American rights and em
phatically favor the opening up of tho Cher
okee strfp to actual settlement. It is con
trary to tho spirit of our government to per
mit immense corporations to hold possession
of and to enjoy what rightfully belong to
The editor of the Standard as well as the
Democratic party, ought to know if they do
not, that tho Iat sentence of the above U a
lie on its face, so far as the statement goes
that it rightfully belongs to tho eople.
The Cherokee Strip belongs to the Chero
kee Indians, and no sane man who is cogni
zant of tho facts in the cac for a moment
denie-. Payne has sense enough to know
that this is the fact whether he has tho hon-e-ty
of purpose enough to say so or not.
The Journal docs not deny tho fact that
the country known as Oklahoma proper is
owned by the government and hence by the
people, but insists that it cannot bo ued by
the people until congress rescinds certain
orders and resolutions which are in force in
If the Standard proposes to bo law-abiding,
why does it encoiirugc tho trespassing
of law! It docs not mean what it says any
more than Pavno does. Caldwell Journal.
Capt. I). L. Payne, tho great Oklahoma
boomer, will be in this city Tuesday even
ing, the 7th inst. He will liolcl a meeting at
the Grand oera hou-o that evening at 8
o'clock for tho purpose of explaining the sit
uation in tho great Oklahoma country.
Capt. Payne is a forcible speaker and knows
nil about tho Oklahoma question. Every,
body who goe to hoar him will bo highly
entertained. The admission to the hall will
be 10 cents. This is, of course, only for tho
purpose of rai-ing money enough to pav
nctual expenses incurred on account of tins
meeting. Osage Free Press.
Until congress takes some proper action
all efforts to settle the territory cenie in direct
conflict with the authority of the govern
ment, and nine speeches out of ten made on
the subject are directed against the Repub
can party and its officials simple, unadul
terated, Democratic buncombe.
HUMORS OF THE CANVASS.
will von take!
Tho liquor question what
Galveston News: The man who as-erts
that Ben Butler is a friend to Ananiai is no
friend to Ananias.
Washington Critic: Mr. Hendrirks is in
Ohio stubbing his soro too against an im-
li14t Itl.. I 'n.tli lilt n.. . .am !.-.,..
Baltimore American: It is a real pleasure
to converse with policemen nowaday. They
are not allowed to talk politics.
cw Orleans Picayune: A great deal of
screei cleaning is going on up town. It be
gins to look like the approach of an elec
tion. Boston Herald: Wo must make the most
of Ben Butler. We ne'er shall see his like.
When he was cast, the mold spontaneously
Leavenworth Times: Gen. Butler savs ho
makes it a rule not to dnuk while speaking.
Tho General must have been verv thirsty
over since the la-t Chicago convention.
Boston Glolns (Teni.) While the Demo
crats concede Ohio to tho Republicans, the
Blaino organs of that State are talkinr
about 'the gravity of the situation.'
unicago .journal: A Democratic news-
poper announces that Cleveland "will not
make a show of himself." Xo wonder ho
has neither beauty, brains nor good charac
ter to feliow.
Xew York Mail and Express: It is a
pity that the editor of Harper's Weekly
committed himself to Cleveland's support
before Mrs. Lockwood was nominated. She
parts her hair in the middle, you know.
Boston Post: (Dem.) Galh takes four col
unui of the news space of the Cincinnati
Enquirer in which to abuse Carl Schurz,
and 31 clean eulogizes him in twostickfuls
of space on the editorial page.
Philadelphia Press: "The soil remains in
its place," obH'nc Grover Cleveland, sadly.
You aro right, Mr. Cleveland, the soil re
mains in its place, and its place seems to bo
on the frontal expanse of jour character.
Dr. M. W. MITCHELL,
Thlrty-thre ycari xirinc. Discovn-or
of the new tratmrnt for pilo. lUtala, chronic
sore cyrs. enronio rneuniauint, ana auraes
iwcnllar to women. XI a v 1 found at the Trt-
mom house, when he Is prepared to care any
of ihe above dleae atTery reoeonabl rate
Call and see him. No fee required until cured.
Itfereace. Hon. J. B Hale, candidate for
cougree, ofCarrollton, Mo.; Major J. L. Mln-
ics ana naior v tight, attorneys-at-Iaw ;
llaura David and Kl tioodun . merrnaou
Judge Drake, connty collector ; Q. W. Thoma..
ex-county collector ; K. K. Loiirr and O. W.
Smith. drunUta : A. G. Kof-ers, I'. Austin and
A. McCorkle, physicians. lOJ-lm
HACKEE & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Befall Dealers ia -
Colorado and. r.
And all clnda or
Stone, Lime, Camnit, and Hair.
Ft. Scott Flagging,
Grey & Blue Stone.
Office at Big lied Scales, No. 79, Douclaa Ave.,
South Si de.Near Depot. tf
H. R. CAMP,
Waickcs, Jewelry SHrerware
Alo branch office for the United State
Watch Company. S3" One door west of the
Valley House, Douglas aveune. 39-
Grain and Produce Commission
Chicago market report received every fifteen
mlnntta from 9:30 a. m. to 1-30 r. M. Office
under Citizens Hank. Wichita, Kanua. Dea.
ers In grain and produce Invited to make mj
office their headauartera. d-S-tt
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
limiting outfits rented on reasonable terms .
To whom it way loncern:
Hie account aguinst the county are audited
ni'inthlv, and paid quarterly after the ltret
Monday lu January and the Dmt Monday after
the flrut 1 uejday ami the first Mondays in July
ami Oclolier. In each year An Itemised ac
count, fhowlng for what service or purpose the
amount i claimed, must accompany each bill.
Certificates from justice of the peace and clerk
ofdlitrlct and riiminal courts must accompany
eceryMIl In which witness' or Juror's fee are
' MIIKUAY MYERS, County Auditor.
Wichita, Kansai, Sept. 1, 18S4. WMf
IS THE PLACE FOR FUN!
Boating-, Bathing, and all
aorta or AQuauc oporci
on the River and Lake
1. ll'IVC IW Tilt' TUll'V
Iilll.vi '. i lib m.iua.
(Beat in the State.)
Merry-Go-lt'iiiuila, Swluga, Croquet, Gymna
sia. tii(iile, ami other ei)rt In the grove.
Terp-ichorean experts prononnce the dancing
plailnriu the hr-l they ever Khook a foot on.
r'lr-jt-cln-i refteBlinient i-tand. Come eiery
Imdy and hw a pood time. CT-tf
7icaita. - - Kansas
Branch VanN at
Garden Plain & Harper,
A FEW oFtHE REASONS
liy on lioult. not Jail to Imj jour spec
YOST & BENSON,
1. Ixwg experience enables ma loonier from
manufacturer lenso of every description used,
and to have them always on hand. Counequent
ly customer, with the exception of extreme
cases, suffer no delay.
2. At our office xou will find all the appli
ance! known to modern science for the detec
tion or imittrffct ision , Have recently receiv
ed from tiennany a wonderfully constructed
Instrument called the Optlrneter, a great im
provement in optical Instruments for the de
tection or the iowers or accommodation of each
"3. A careful examination is made with In-stnuiieut-i
lhal uiut out all the defects to le
4. HaiiiR the proper lene (or glasses) ami
fully uuderstaud their respectl..' mission we
are able to Insert them in hows, or frames, or
any material desired by the customer, setting
the lenses (or glasses) at tbe proper angle. Also
in bonsof proper width, adjustlngthe lenses in
front of the eyes so Uiat the cone ol the lense Is
directly in harmony with the lense or the eye.
5. Ilv having !enel (or glasses) made of
llraillllan pebble, ground polished, and so con
structed In shape throughout, affording such
perftct eae and comfort to the wearer Instead
of a continual loss of sight, vision actually Im
proves by their use. Come and seeforjoiir
sclves. Talk with those that have given them
a trial. Hear what they have tosay. You will
be convinced to have your eye properly fitted
with a pair of my Improved lenses, wilt not
only save your money but save your vision,
Ihe value of which rannot be computed in paltry
dollars. Always at my office. One of the best
natured men you ever saw. No trouble to show
good or answer uestions, if you will take
your turn as they do In going to mill. If your
case ts adeserateone, if your eyes have been
medicallr treated or surgically operated on,
after which almost invariably spectacles are re
quired. It is of great importance toj oil to
hae the proper spectacle, those vosseslng
all the merits aboved described.
If you are skeptical bring your oculist or sur
geon with yon. It is a pleasure to do business
with thoe that understand business. I always
sell my improved lrnses tothe medical fratern
ity, riot say to the rest of creation, procure
spectacle where tho do that understand the
merits or demerits of the same
Main Street, next door north of Poatoffice
Sure cure for p-vnorrhea, chonlee, gleet. In
flammation of the bladder, kidney, pastole
gland; whites. Inflammation or the urethra,
vagtna whites, and all diseases or either male
orremateof theurlno-genital organs, roreale
b Sneatzell A Douglas, drngi.t, opposite
postofUce, Wichita, Kansas. ili-tf
A Sure Thlna;.
For the permanent rare (without mercury In
any form) of syphlllls. In either the primary,
secondary or tertiary stages. Scrofnla, copper
colored blotches on the face or person, cancers,
old tores, catarrh, rheumatism, scald head,
ulcers, rnnnlng sores, and all diseases arising
from blood poison, cured by Dr. Turner's Indian
Wood Cure. A pamphlet on STpblllls free.
For sale by SwentiellA Douglas, druggists,
opposite (Kistoffice, Wichita, Kansas. Price,
five dollars per package. Warranted, llitf
CyM, Nou, Threat, Catarrh, Ear,
Surgery and Oafarmltiaa.
E. TT. JvrTTKTSELI., M. X.,
Proprietor and Smxeon ia Chara-,
5S Worth Xain Stssjat
P. S Catarrh of the Xoee. Throat and Ear
cured by a mild and new proeesa. Will give
relief at once. Cures permanent awl guaras
Ud,orUs case not undertaken. I also us
to; Brlnkerhoff system In the treatatent of
VSla in.1 TffjMl .11aba whl.k la mUIu.
and DTtr fall to make peedy and permanent j
W. G. HACKF.B.
READ MY PARTIAL LIST AND! GALL .FOB.
80 Acres of High Land, Just Subdivided into BlocKs of 1
to 5 Acres. This Property Will Be Sold From
First Hands at Low Figures.
1734. HO acres in Sumner county, C mile
north of Caldwell; TO acre In cultivation, all
good land. W.SOO.
17S3. Quarter-section S mile west ol Itorth
fleld, Sumner county ; GO" acre under cultiva
tion, ai.two. '
1TJ2. Quarter-section 3 mile northeast of
Mulvaue. Sumner county; one-hair under cul
tivation, small granary. fl,90U, WOO on 4
"ears' time at 8 percent. ...
1731 320 acre unimproved land 3K mile
south or .NorthOeld, Sumner county; good liv
ing water $2,800, or will sell quarter sepa-
1730. Unimproved quarter 4 mile north or
Northfleld. A 1 land. $2,000
1739. M0 acre 3 miles south or Cheney ; 40
acre lu cultivation. This is splendid laud and
1738. ICO acres 2 miles north or Cheney; 20
acres In cultivation, liqlng water. $1,000.
1737. Quarter-section 7 mile south or Cheney;
house ot a rooms, (table and crib. $2,000.
1730. Quarter-section 10 miles south of Cheney;
o in enltlvatlon. 1.801).
1735. Unimproved quarter . miles couth of
w 12-2J-IC west, ningman county,
20 acre broke, $iaoo.
136S. w l-2orwl-2 3i-2S-5w, Kingman coun
ty, 30 aero broke. $1800.
1S74. Quarter 1 1-2 mile a e or Cheney, $2300.
1583 1-2. Quarter tec. 10 miles n w ol Wichita,
on Arkansas river. On time at 7 per cent.
1S88. 100a7mllessonthorGoddard, $1C00.
1501. Quarter sec. 5 mile east or town, $2300.
1593. ltso a a mile s e of Wichita, $2otW, 1-3
1005. 160 a In sec 4-M-3 east, Butler county,
25 in cultivation, $1h00.
1622. Quarter 4 miles n wof Garden Plain,
1632. 100 a 2 mile n w or Garden Plain, 20 a
1CW. n e 1-133-2R-1 w, 7 mile n w or Garden
1C.I4I. n e 1-1 4-30-4 w, all raw, $1500.
172U. HOacscs 3i miles southeast or Ilayne;
ali in cultivation. l-story house or 3 room,
good stable, corn crib and granary, nice grote.
1724. 100 acres H mile southeast of Derby; 00
acres in cultivation, nouse, name ana granary,
80 acres all hedged In, 100 apple trees. $2,500.
1711. 100 acre 4 miles southeast or Ilayne ; 1.
tory house or 3 rooms, good stable, crib and
granaries, so acres In cultivation, peach orcli-mnl-
C mile of hedire.
1740. ICO acres 0 miles from Clearwater; CO
acres in cultivation, living waicr, some neuge
ml rthaile trees. aj.0i0.
1729. Quarter-section or raw land 2X miles
from JNonnneiu. ax.iuu. i,iuu on o years
tlmr at Mncrcent.
17.-8. loso acres In Sumuer county 4 mile from
Caldwell ; watered by theChikaskia and several
springs, 4ou acres under cultivation, 3 dwelling
and other lmnrovements. $1 4,1)00.
No. 1712 10) acrcsSV miles southeast or
Garden Plain, ao acres in cumvauon, nice
grocs orcouonwoou anu oov cmers, juu oear
ing iwach trees, liing water. This Is a bar
Graln. No 1711. IW acres a miles west orValley
Center, nice house 10x26 with addition 7x14,
stable, granary and cribs, 2il acre pasture, good
bearing orcnarus or appie anu peacn irers.
liwi . ltto a 0 miles s w or Wichita, small house.
DO a under cultivation, good orchards or apple
and peach, nice groce, Hi.
1331. 100 a 1-2 mile rrom Cheney, ill a In cul
1532. 311 a 7 miles w of town on Cowskin
creek. 180 a under cultivation. 10 a or timber,
house ors rooms, granary, stable and other
bnildings, all hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orcharas anu groves, mis is a oeauuiui
place, $10 cr acre,
l.vu. 1G0 aH miles s or town, near Ilavsvlllo
post-office, 110 a In cultivation, goodp 1-2 story
house with auaiuon, uarn -i.x.. wun ion, corn
crib, smoke house, Ac, 15 a pasture, good
bearing orchards, $35 per acre.
1530. 240 n 4 mile n w or Goddard, 110 a In
ultivation, 1 1.2 story house or 7 room, ice
bouse, store building, poat-office on place, good
ences, living water, somo fruit, auono ami
terms to suit.
l.'lo. 100 a 4 miles s w or Goddard. 11-2 story
house or 0 rooms and good cellar, Btablc for 0
horses, cow stable for 8 head, granary, cribs Ac
good hedges, 30 a pasture, wirea, ow a in culti
vation, living water, orchard, tc, $1000, easy
1514, ICO a 4 miles c or Cheney, 100 a in culti
vation, living water, some fruit, $3000.
1547. too a 1 1-2 ndle s c Garden Plain, 120 a in
cultivation, 1 1-2 story house or 4 room and
good walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear creek, $2500.
1550. 16U a 3 miles nor Cheney, 70 In cultiva
tion, house, some fruit, watered by Spring
creek, $20 iter acre.
1551. lG0a2 1-2 miles s or Garden Plain, 115a
in cultivation, good house, barn, granary, Ac,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a of fine bud
ded fruit, $3000.
1554. lfaO a In llntler countr. 5 miles from Au
gusta, 20 a of timber, 120 in cultivation, good
nouse, granary anu siauie, picmy oi iruit, liv
ing water, asouO.
1501. a w 1-4 30-28-3 east, Butler county, 11-2
story bouse. 80 a In cultivation, $2500.
15G3. ICO a 3 1-2 miles w of Valley Center, 1 1-2
story honse, 3 rooms and cellar, granary and
other Improvements, watered by IJttle river,
$40 per acre.
1504. 100 a 5 miles n ol Wichita, house with 2
rooms, small barn. 140 a In wire pasture, good
orchards or apple and peach; $25 per acre.
1581. 100 a 3 miles n e or Derby, on Spring
creek, 20 a timber, 14i a in cultivation, 11-2
story honse 24x16. stable, granary, sheds, and
cribs, hedged and cross hedged, plenty or fruit,
1583. 160 a 3 miles s e or town, so a in cultiva
tion, 130 a fenced, young orchard, watered by
Gypsum creek, $5ou0, $1000 Jcash, balance on
time at 7 per cent. '
1354. Quarter sec. 4 miles nor Garden Plain,
house with 3 rooms and small barn, 40 a In pas
1585. ICO a 2 miles w or town, good frame
building, loo a in cultivation, young orchard,
1C20. 1C0 a 3 miles n w of Wichita, CO a In cul
tivation, rest enclosed In pasture, good bouse
and stable, aouuo.
1G21. 100 a 3 mile n w of town, all under cul
tivation, 1 1-2 story house of 4 rooms, stable,
orchard and shade trees, a.1 Km.
1C23. 160 a 9 miles sw or Wichita, 100 a In
cultivation, house with 4 rooms, stable, cribs
1G24. 1C0 a 8 miles w or Wichita, 120 a in cul
tivation, house and stable, $4500.
1013. 640 a 2 1-2 miles n of Garden Plain, 3u0
a In cultivation, 2 houses and 2 stables, living
IT. F. NIEDERLANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
C$ner 0$$la$ utj
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
N. F. Niederlander,
CoriMr of Bmporia and Douglas Atmo.
- M s St'
: fif .i&u.
190. Three cottat-e ors room each, on Law-
reuM avenue near VethodiatchnTCh; all Tast
ed. This 1 a very delrabl lnyeatmsnt. $1,200
each or $3,500 for the whole..
90S. New cottage orsrooma, on Topeka ave
nue ; south corner lot. very cheap at $1,400.
No. 278. A new plat of 22 lot on Topeka and
Emporia avenues, north. These lota are well
located and will be told at low figure.
No. 377. Eight lot on Main and Market
itreeU, 25x140 each; $1100.
No. Z75. Small bouse on Topeka avenue,
English'! addition, lot 50x10; $1250.
Xo.272. Cottage or five room on Main street,
barn and coal bouse, lot G0xl4O, east front,
fruit and shade trees; $2500."
No. 211. Large lot 113x365 feet on Wichita
creei ; two amait nouses, neuge lenee, ail
kinds of fruit and fine shade; $4000.
No. 281 . Lot 98x140 feet, on Waco street, east
front, good neighborhood; $1500.
No. 282. Ten acres south of the city, very
No. 283. Good residence on Topeka avenue,
lot 100x140 feet, barn and outbuildings; $4000.
186. Good business property on Water street :
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call for
full description, price, etc..
182. One acre lot on First street ; small bouse
oi a or room, two paretics, young trees
193. Suburban place south, four lots, home of
o rooms, cellar, presses anu uacn room, a.'.uuu,
191. Two choice lots on Douglas averue, east
192. Cottage or 3 rooms on Market street;
mail liable, corner lot, goou ceignDoruooit.
137. A large down-town residence ; corner lot
100x110 feet, frame house of 12 rooms, cellar,
cistern, atone walks, shade and fruit tree ; not
many sucupisces in tne msrvet. 7,uuu
No. 172, One-story frame house, four rooms
and pantry, on Mosley avenue. Lot 108x150 feet,
east front, corner alley, fine fruit and shade
No. 170, Cottage of four room on Waco
street, lot 02xi leet, goou fence, peacn, pear,
plum , cherry and line shade trees. Price $1100,
on goou terms
Fo. 168. Five or six cottages la Kast Wichita.
under rent at 20 per cent, on the price asked for
mem. nouses new and in goou oraer; a enoice.
No. 166, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge fence; fruit and shade
trees, one acre or ground, suu.
No. 1G5, House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, corner lot. 75x140 feet. 11am and carriage
house, apple, peach, plum, cherry and shade
No. 130. Three cottages on Emporia 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
No. 127, House seven rooms on Lawrence av.
enue, south; barn for four horses, buggy shed
chicken Iioubc, water in house, fine fruit
shade trees. a beautiful home, $2500.
No. 117, Elegant rcsidenoe on Topeka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, uarn, cud and
outbuildings; broad walks, .picket fence, flue
nt, ...1 .C..I. mA- Rin,l "
lull wiu winuu nix,. ijwwf.
No. 93. Valuable business broperty on Doug
las avenuo, first-class location. Call for price
and terms. ;
No. 90. Fine business property on Douglas'
avenue; oiu ouiiuing, nut very cueap at vouuu.
No. 84. One-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, Siou.
No. 01. Business propertyonDouglaa avenue,
Grin's addition. Frame building, rents well,
No. 14. One lot on Main street, well located,
one-story frame building, $1750.
No. 'M. Business property on Main 'street.
under rent, ssow.
No. 181. An elca-ant residence In the north
east part of the city. Large grounds, fine fruit
and snaue trees, modern noase in perfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party.
No. 161. Cottauc of live rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty or fruit, over one acre of land.
No. 173. A beautiful home on Lawrence ave.
nue ; lot 90x140 reet, one and a half story frame
nouse ot seven rooms in perxect oruer, good cei
lar. well and large cistern. Barn and all neces
sarv outbuildings. Fine grape arbor and other
rruiia; ansae in rront, price auuu, part casn.
oaiancc on good time.
No. 152. Two house ja Wichita street, Ave
rooms each, cemented cellar, pantry and clos
et in each houae, nice shade trees, lot 50x150
reet, aiaiM eacn.
No. 138. One-story frame house on Emporia
avenue, good cellar, barn, water from water
woras, near norse car, une neignoornood,
$2600, cash and time.
No. 135. One-story france residence on Law-
soiivt: aicuuc, mj swiud, uciiata vwm iiuuk
carriage house, hennery, lot well fenced, 90x140
feet. Fine variety of fruit and shade trees, bes
loeauty in tue aiy. rnce asAuu.
No. 14. Two lots on Emporia avenue, Eng-
usn's am addition, aaiu.
No. 23. Two choice lots on Douglaa avenue,
fine business property. Call and get the figures.
No. 21. Six loU In Lakeside addition, ehean.
No. 49, Five good lots on Court street, $150
to 9vm eacn.
No. 52. Two lots on Wichita street. $300.
No. (3. Six lots on Douglas avenue, $4000.
No. 75. A nice niat of around for sub-dlvid.
Ing on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be
sold at m oargain.
No. 76. Business lot on Main street. $1000
No. 85. Large lot on Market street, cheap at
No. 87. A large lot for sub-dividing, on Cen
I have the exclusive sale of lots in Orme and
Phillips addition, south or the city. This ls tho
niauest piai oi ground aroand tne city, and
prices are within the reach of all. 100 lots al
ready sold, and houses are springing up all over
The late Improvements In West "Wichita, in
cluding the new passenger depot, hare brought
u an unprecedented demand for lots In that lo
cality. It is the nearest vacant property tothe
buslnes center or Wichita, and there Is no
doubt or Its rapid growth and a good adt ance on
Ibave the sole agency for lots In Stevens' ad
dition. These lots are centrally locsted, and
are having ready ssle.
Not in twenty years
manufactured and put on the market, at
such marvellously low
, j. ' WE.':;
BoWt ? Bottom Was Out!
COME TO THE .
And see what LOW PRICES
NASSAUER & HIPSH,
W. 3. COEBETT, President. A. HESS,
it. it. uiuiiAiu-a a. r. juun.iu.-x.
NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN
"The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE. OF FANCY GROCERIES.
Read This and Remember.
There arc very few
of the man) who car
ry watches who ever
think of their deli
cate mechanifirc, or
of the extraordinary
and inicea-ntijr labor
they perform. There
arc many who think,
that a watcli ought
to run and keep good.,
time for years with
out a particle or.'oHT
who would not IhiukV
of running n com
mon piece of ma
chinery a day witli
outoiling the wheel,
which do bnt a frac
tion of tlie service.
No. 88, Doaglaa Avenue.
Where you will find an extra
Boots and Shoes
Which is offered at Prices
st. jos"H3h:, :mo.
Growers and Packers of
Platte Valley Sugar Corn tender, sweet and jaio7. Ask your
Ctulac Works, corner Foarth sad
aer Third asd Chtrlw StreeU, St. Joepfe, Mimouri. HC-Ssi
have blankets been
f .-:. t, .
IN WOOL have accomplished.
122 Douglas Avenue.
Vice Preiidet. J. II. BLACK, Sec. andTreas.
January 14, 1884.;
STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
HUSEY & KRCBNERT
For example, tho
main-wheel makes 4
revolution a in 24
hours, or 1,460 in a
year ; the second, or
centcr-wnecl, 'i rev
editions in 21 hours,
or 8,700 in a year
the third wheel 192
in a year; the fourth
(which carries tlie
second hand), 1,440 in
24 hours, or .525,600
in a year; the tilth,
or scape-wheel, 12961
000 in a year ; while
Uio beats or vibra
tions in 24 hours are
432,000, or 117,680,
000 in a year.
Lawrence's Draff Store.
offered at the
- large Ac complete atock of
for .Fall Wear!
Lower than the Lowest.
the "Platte Valley Brand"
Pttec Street: OfJee. oatbwet r-
Or k! .
-- tr, if
A. W.CJTss, Tlee-Fresldent.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
SCCCJbMOSS TO .
WICHITA T S.JLITK.
OSGANT2KO IN V71
B.H.JCOiW, A.W. OUYKR,
If. r. SUCOKKLAXDES, W. It,
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF
Do a General Banking, Collecting 4 -Brokerage Burinm
and Forttgn Exchange bought
Bonds, of W denominations, bought and told.
B. LOXBAKD, Jr.. Fnsldmt,
J AS. L-LOMBAJU). Vle-rr't.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, - - - - $52,000
J. P. ALLEN, B. LOMBARD, Jr.,
J.M. ALLEN, JAMES L. LOMJJAUU, II. C. DAY,
GEO. E. SPALTON. I I). SKINNER.
Becettt Deposits, Jfnke Collections,
a General Banking Business.
JKSUP. PATOS CO., 9st Wlllliras 8t.. N. V.
BLACK6TONK RATIONAL HANK. Hotn.
J. O. Davidson, Pre. S. . DaviiWn, Viee-Pre-.. U. L. Davidson, Sec'y,
The Davidson Loan Co.
Monty Always on Sand to Loon on
OrFlCK WITH C1T1ZE.N1 HANK, Nartlmtt
Corusr Main Stmt ami IkniiclM atsuu,
Bank of Commerce.
(irATFIlUJ) A 1IA11TI.KV.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
SceivM Depotits, Tims and Demand, at Interest.
Buys and sells exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal bonds,
and transacts banking in all its branches.
No. 17 Douglas Avenue, --.--- Wichita, Kmishs.
OF WTCIIia?, KLAJSTSA.S
jV. V. Cor. .Vain S7. fc Ihwglus .Icir.
W. E. STANLEY,
Isowm-JtiT New Kniflsml cst.l.ftlUt sul tIiik lJiak who rtriunt r Ion inlllluii iIa.
Isrs, rlTlnc tbs limitation . likrklnK r'i"I I" siij tmn&lnc hotiM in tli Mt.
Ths bsnk will rrrrlT Isiiatlt, Imr su'l f II tonltn uxf ilnintla iciin, msl losni, sirl
dosgensrsl bsnkloir Imtlnit tVolisit mlSTir t trsi't ll business utntll lomln s
msnncr, snd npon terms, sstUfsriory tt oarriistonisrs. anil so)i-lt n hr' nf tlis ttblle
. t.iurjw(i.v, rirf-frf't.
X. L. C. R.
TIik.s liran its hats lirn on tlir uistktts I-st, Wnl, .Vf Hi au'l ShuiIIi lur Un Jn, ihI hf
won an SDVlalil rrpuutloo wherer.r lntrotu.l. Tolry thrm Is t Uf with lhiM VTr sr
always in tho marast fur whrat at hlfrhrst t-A.li prl'.
OLIVER 4 IMBODEN CO.
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY
loan i Money at Lr.rtM Halts. m
hsues Sight Drafts on nil varls of tlnropf,
lluijt and Stilt floret and MUnfetpal Month,
'ays Htereil oa Time JJrposiU,
Any Amount il
Tu Isn nu lo-tnCl REAL eSTATB-1Uir fAKn tr UllV Hit timf
(fV dmnrrticut llnttt of IntertM. Jt '
J. L.DYEK, It. II. HOYS, fJAM'L IIOL'CK, HOI1T.E. LA WHENCE
II. W. LEWIS, I'resiiK'itt. A- A. HYDE, Clmr.
S. D. PALLETT,
NORTHERN.AND SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER!
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors 5c Blinds.
fST Office and White. Pine Yard r&t end of Ihiuylns a venue. )'eUot
Pine Yard across the sired Iff
First Arkansas Valley Bank,
A'o. 3s jfALV srnmrr.
The Oldest Banking Institution in iito Aikansas Valley
Cajital ui tomu, laj I '84
Tiring th largest quoliftrd indemnity to dtftviUors of uny Irani in the
Slate of nautai.
Does a Regular Banking Business in AH ' its Functions.
Loan Long-Time ForeUm Mon7 Large!? Upon BatUfactory
Real Estate Security.
Wsu C Weetfswa, Fret. Wa, C. WecsM, Ca. Wm. C. Watas, h t Cats.
Both Plain and Ornamental Plastering.
tail WA fmk, ?xn I VmL U luk i kiMi.
V slny tf tn-elaM Kefcs W al k.Ml UW Prie efenp as &. tit. a4
all wfk 4tSM M gma M O tact. Kyuv JiU fcai if .tl t tU Wk 11 1 !).
jatliSirllnai amatmt sU itf i?lf..dtw, rT '' i ' Ut, r tM( is4
? afsUir, Wfettl. assMf
M.-WJJaTT, CaaW .'"Aj
. A. WALKER, Asat Caafclar.
. Jt,WIVT; t. I. TCTTLV
TCCKKK, JOHS UAVIDSOX.
ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
'ounty, Township amd Municipal Bonds bought.
GEO. K. 81 ALTON, AssCaaalsr.
Buy and Sell Ktchange, and tran
NATIO.VAI. ll.WK Ot AMKUICA, Chle.a
MKRCIIAXTS XATM. ItASK. Kansas CUT
Improved Tarns and City Property
- x- & - -
. L. OAVIDSUX.
It. S. GATE! ,
J. (. DAVIDSON.
JOll.Y V. ItKHHT, t'H,kU,
C ., ttAYIMHtX, Hrrr,r
I.NVOHl'OltAl Ki 11,