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At. M. MUKDOCK, Editor.
"WEDXKSDAY MORNING. OCT. 15.
JAMES C. BLAINE.
JOHN A. LOCAN.
For Conprpos . . .SAMUEL I. I'KTKIIS
lilce. ol Ft. Scott
A t Large
1. A. Valentine, iifCIny
t con it '
. A . . Felt, if Nr-wilis.
I . l'lcVcrluR, nr.Iohn"ii
T I. IhMinliuin, of "Hifh
.1 M. .Miller, nf .Morrl-
.F V. MlilyeK, fift loud
V S T II toll. r 'Ireco
T. T Tlor. of I!no
IIOIHON, of AtcM-on
V. A JOHN sTO.V, oi Ottawa.
JOHN A. M UMIN. oi Atclilo-i
A.'F. UlltliLK. or fj-auToril
For Secretary of Mat.
yn. Ai.i.hv,..r sM--ick.
L. 1. Ic( AI!E, or CrjIiHiii.
S T HOWL, orilarioii.
For Attornev lieneral,
S. IJ. IIUAKFOUI), or Osajte.
ForSijixriutemlri.t I'ublio luttrnctloii,
J. il. LA'VIII'.U). of Ilonrbon
For Mtte Senitor, ."lnl District,
JOHN KKLLV. or ..!; lck.
llei. i"0tli llst
CI.-rkI)i(.t. Court .C.A VANNED
1'robate.Iudce . . E 1! JEWETJ
Countv Attorney .1 . M. HALl'KUSTO.V
Sunt. Fab. llittr'n .. It. I). HAMMOND
Coroner .. C M GAUI!IM)N
Comm, 3d (lis t
I.. A. WILSON
Xow every Kcjiiiblican
into line for No-
"Wonder liow .lolinny
15ull feels over tito
The iew lork Min miii'muico as its
motto: "IJtitler lirst, ISIainc M-eoml. nni
That ev York and Indiana ill tnkc the
cue given them lv Ohio, there i- not
n j-badow of doubt.
Tboov.nersof (Cleveland hut who want
to realize half their original inve-tineiit would
do well to Fell out now.
lilaino'o election Mill tettlu the fact that
American labor and American productions
shall be fostcn-d and protected.
Our Itepublican brothers arc not around
shooting off their mouths to nnv extent.
They rather epe( t to bear tomi tiling droj
in Ohio about the kize of lllaine. Keacon.
Did the Heacon hair iinylliini; "dra?"
The Germans ol Ohio when it came to the
jioint were jui-t as ttntmch and true Jtepub-
beaus as they ever were. Tliey voted their
liberty loving HJiitiinenti deejiilo the Scott
Judge Campbell wa aroiimd quoting
scripture to the boys cttenlny. He ttiu-V
to oiei verc which sounded something I' -
this: 'liless-cd are Ibey that mourn, for they
tball bo comforted.'
The editorial prepated by us day lx-fore
ye'terday showing how Ohio va carried for
the opposition by the moat unbl'iiiiHhing
methods of oorniption, U at the wr ice of
our evening ootempoary. We tlmll not tie
it under the i'ircuintnniv. Not that cor
ruption and the ba-e ue of money wa- not
resortel to irrOhio l. earry the election by
the DemocraU but the tato having turned
up all right, we have concluded tint a guilty
conscience nede no :icouer.
A Serious Dofoct In CluvolancI3
CaiiUin M. 1K1'
IV writes to tito isutl.ilo
lhiiress the followii
charos airaiiif-t Gov-
Iblie policy, which cer-
l allention, us the ewl"
eomfilained of alleetl
iiiterc-ti!, cspeciallv in the derccd condi
tion of the wheat market, tn a formidable. -x-tpnt.
Captain l)e l'uy is nid to be a well
known advocate and champion of the boat
men's iuti-ri'-t on tii" lakes and along the
Krie canal. He save:
"There is no piettion which concerns the
producer and consumer of the Pnited State
more than the transportation questiun.
Governor Cleveland's ollicial act on thi
matter alone, ought to politically bury him.
The ino.-t cruel act of lu life wn to secure a
reduction in the Sandy Hook pilot'-- charges
wliilot-creciiing the ucalthv grain eluvntor
monopolies of incw York, llrooklvn and
He has vet '. several measures which
weroealcul.ttnl to f.ivor the middle and
oorer ela ei, but he. readily ignel the bill
giving the Ogdensburg and Champlain rail
road a charter to own and run i-teaiu vc-ols
for freight and paMiigi'ri em the upper
lakes. Tboe aeU jiroxe Gov. Cleaveland to
be an out and out monopolist, and a danger
ous man to be prMdeut mi't o-VlM.OOO
elrojilo for four years. "What does Gov.
Cleveland care for the Krie boatmen, who
have freighted ewn this season at as low a
price as two and scwn-eigjitlis cents, from
liuffalo to New York! lint does lie ca-e
fortho jieople eif this state who are sup
porting a free vuual in rder to lesson the
cost of transportation. AVhat docs bee-are
for the people of the nortnwe-t who are
striving to e'onipcte with India. Kgypt. Aiis
tralin and Hus-ia in Mipphing Gretit lirilam
with lieit Nothing. If be cared for the
people above mentioncel be would not allow
the grain elevator monopolies to collect
double toll at both ends of the Krie e-anal.
How does it sound to be.vrtheso ehvator
pirates in vew York charge vessels S"
jer 1,001 bushels to trim them, ami pav the
ecoopers who do the weirk emlv S-, and keep
for tlieio'edves So er LOW equal to eme
balf cent a biishel?
Sometimi"! il takers the entire freight of
vessels from Chiaigo to Itufl'alo to sati-l"y
tbo elevator pirates for discharging the ves
sel in ltutl'alei. This is all right m GoveTnor
Cleveland's estimation. In my opinion the
produecr and cotisumcra will elpfcat Mr.
THC WICHITA FAIR.
What Our Special Reporter
Say Concornlns it.
Th" Fifth Annual Fair, of the
Nalle'V Agricultural Society at Wichita,
opened tmder favorable; ainpie-es. The rain
olTutsday night laid the du-t and cc-olod
the air to n comfortable degree.
There was a fair attenelaoce on Wexdnes
elax and em Thursday the crowd was immense-.
The large amjihithe'atn' pre-ented
to the soeietv by the business men of Wich
ita, and holelmg 2,000 persons, was Ulled to
oversowing with xxoinen and ehildre-n.
There weiv probably S.OXI persons on the
grounds. Hie eii-iilays in the different
classoc vx-ere genenxll good; of agricultural
implements and machinery including xvag
ons nnd elifferent kinds of carriages there was
probably a larger and more varied e-olleo-ton
than exer before made at any county
fair in the state.""
A portable steamer was used to furnish
the power to run the machinery no on ex
hibition. The busine'ss of AVichita was well renre-
se-utei bv many be-autiful display of hand
some anil showy good.
The season in .ledgvvick has been favor
able for crops, consequently the agricultural
ball was weH filled with samples of grains,
fruits and vegetables. There xxere "Cuban
Queen" watenue-lons from fifty ; seventy
fix e pounds each. In the way of fruits it
was tntere-sting to observe the great mumber
of varieties e-Jiibitod, c-tiee-iaily in apples,
which were both large ami handsome
It may bo interesting to note thit while
the old ii-ir association of iscelj-vviek countv.
which made speed the leading and costly
feature of its fairs, went down under n load
of debt that absorbcel all the property, not
leaving a cent to the stockholders; this
"granger fair," st-irting under elitliculties and
confronted with e-ppesition. while offering n
smaller amount lor spe-evd. than our own ex
position, has from tho start been successful
and remunerative. It is due to tho manage
ment to say they are live men. and although
tbe'x bo thought a "little set in their ways,'"
they knoxv hoxx to run a fair and are usually
found at their pots.
Two pcJis of half breel Foiled Angus
calves cihibited with their dams, attracted
the attention of stackmen. The improve
ment was very marked. Kverxcalf, m ad
dition to being black and hornless, was also
xvell formed, and tho contrast between the
cows and their calves was very great. El
VOTE FOR THE BOURBONS.
11V IKiyNEL KESNT.
Vote for the
Ilourbons and moarchical
""The anglecized "Bourbons Tlilit
"sigh for a
The fossilized frauds, the guvs and
Y'ho never build uj but ever pull down.
Vote for the dudv brood, cringing and
"Who simper, and ajie,
Yith " efforts the wildest
to mimic their
drawling the while,
A tli?v scoff them, and scout them, and
Won't you follow the lead of the boss and
The bums of the barroom', and sots of
Uull and sluggers and ballol-boi stutfers.
I'ainoim hull-dozens, and thugs "of re
nown. Vole to open the
channels through dailv
The servile production
And throng e-very Jiort, every
.- j crnter, ; b ..
AVith'tl.e fabrics of serfs, at our industry's
Y.-, vote for John Hull, indirectly through
P.ut rememlx-r you're voting for Johnny
The boss of eipproor-, and cunning old
AVith fraud and deceit lurking hid in his
Can you shake oil' the harness you've worn
Into which has been stitched the Demo
I'p to the front lwiys! Why, here are jour
Keady and straight jutt to stick in your
Clove-land's on first, then Hendrick's behind
hmi . ,
With royalty' ribbons encircling hi-bi-ow;
Can thi be Democratic? Stop! Never mind
It wouldn't be loyal to question it now.
ltnt tho-e. days are p.T-t aul the shackles are
That bind u :ts Irish to chief or to clan;
And we've- reached tho proud point, for
which we've cneleuveired,
To think and to act, as we e-bo-e, ili-a-o
And now here' to Maine, .with a welcoming
To Logan and all who unto them at e true;
And down with the Anglo's and fo-siI be
And the Itcpublic shall shine out more
"Wichita, Oct. 13, 1SSI.
THE ELECTORAL VOTE.
Tho tigurmg on possibilities continues un
abated, i'or conveieuce of our curious re'.id-e-rs
wo give the e-lectoral vote of the different
state-, as they were in lffO, and as they are
in 18S1, and we present th'-m in two groups
first, those known as northern; second, those
known as "outheni.
SOU I'll i:i-N STATE-
low.-i . .
Maine . .
Isit .-states ls-9 Is-I.
t', N. Ilaiuiiahlie) .r 5
.f edili a-.: si
; ore-on, ....:: s
S! l'emisjlvanlii . 'i r.d
1 Itlitnle Islanl. I i
i) Vermont. . . 5
r, Wlewiulii . . Ill II
11 Nba Vnrk. .. .V. JC.
n .Sef Jersey. ! 0
7 iiHii-iim . . n ir.
M il. '
N "is i.j.
3 .1 lotnU.
sintes 1mI, 1851. -.tatM Issffl. .m
AIiiIiiiiiih HI 10 Missouri l'i li;
Aikansa- i! T N. Cnnilina . In II
lii-lnware .t 3 S. e arolinii . 7 'J
I loriiltl . . 4 4 'leanejle--. 1
;iir(;li . II l-.'Teis n n
Keiiiiii-ky , 11 14 Virpliikv . .. II M
I.oiii.inii XV. X'irKlnin 5 G
Mnrviainl M sr
MUaieii-i .s !i -lotHls .. It IM
The total nuniber of votes in ISbD was
3ffit: The total number for 1831 is '01, a
nnijoritv of which is "01. It will be cei-n
that out of the.'lS votes of the northern
sUites, l!"piiblicans can spam I" and
still have the nec-o-sarv maioritv to eh-cl.
not counting one vote from nnv southern
t:it", though their chances are- even, to say
the least in four or live of them. In "We-t
Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina,
Tennessee and L-mi-iana, llcpiiblicans are
ri-asonably sanguine of sucee-s. I!ut Ie,iv-
iv' tliein all oi the count, anil ailiiiittinir
for the tiine. that tlicv will "o Democratic,
still suce-c-s is si-on in tholl-rures renminbi!.
lllaine and Ko-ran will be electe-d without
the foity-five vote-s of New York and New
Jersey, or without the thirty-e-ight vote's of
Indiana and Ohio, or without tho foriv-
lliree oi .onuecticut, .evv .ler-ey, Imliana
and .Miehi!jiiii,or without the tvienty-two
votes of California, Ne-vad.i an el Wisconsin.
In other word-, earning New York, they
c;in ailbrd to lose the ele-ctorial votes of any
three other Northern Mates that have ap
peared to any one at any time to be doubt
1 ill. Or losing New York thev e--in succeed,
losing any -t-ilf rallinl debatable', other than
Indiana or Ohio."
Payne and tho Republican Ticket
"Wo an- iiifornieil that I). Ij. I'.ivne. the
leniler of tlio Ol.lalioma i-olonist, is making
a stroiif etl'ort to elefeat the KejnililicanticW
et in this e-ounty. jle anil lii-i followers are
e-onxi'iiieuitly cainpeel in the southern jior
tion of tlie e'o'.inty, at thi-, ami it may lie for
this piiqiosc. VV are also inforiiicU that
they have' ereiiteel some eli'.iU'ectiein amon
tlu''l!ei)tihlii:iiii in some localities. AViiy
Itejmliiicaiis hhoulillie inthiencej hy him in
their votes we are tmalile to fee. He is not
a resilient of tin county anil is actuated onlv
by a eliire to further the interests of a small
number of men eitf of whom he
make-s his living. WVhaxesaiel thatweilo
not lielieve the i;oxernmenl lias ilealt fairly
xvilh l'ayni that if he had violated anx law
he ou-;ht to he puni-heil; that the fafe'e of
mareliinK him to 1'ort mith ami then
mnri-hiii-' linn iiae-K npiin, was (liriistiii
the puldii- ami ii-nUn-; frii'iiel C--r him.
While we saiil tnis we not helieve that Mr.
l'ayne is so important a personage that he
should cut a figure in our politics. Hi fight
iswitli the interior department, and with
that alone, and it should be o treated hy the
Republicans of uiruncr county. Xo lSejittli-lit-iiiinorcitizi-i-of
any peilitie-al faith ought
to e'lidor-e lin attempt to enter upon and
fettle any Kmon ol the Indian territory tin- I
til he ha- authority from the government to j
do h. He stands now in the attitude of di- '
obex mg the orders of the properlx oenistitu- '
teel authorities of tho governinent. Oer- '
tamlv ltepublic-uis eannot atl'ord to encour-
age fiim in Mich a e-our-e. We believe the
I niteel Stutes government is bigger than
D.xvc I'm ne. It would undoubtedly be a '
mullne ,f cil,kr.ir,tim, in 1r l'.,-. n. 1... '
lieutenants to run the Kepublicans of "sum
tier county, but what would the party gain
by allowing him to do it! It would "assist
the Democrat to get office. That's c'1
We are unable to fee what fi"iite the Okla
homa boemi should cut in our politics. Not
one of the officers who will be electeel can
or will change the status of the questions at
iuobetvxeHiu the colonists and the interior
department. The attempt to foreei the
Oklahoma question into the election is
simply a piece of deinagoguery. Tlutt
question must lie settled on its merits. It
has nothing to do w ith who slmll hole! the
office's in Sumner countv for the next two
Oklahoma busine if those diree'tly in-1
teresteel are vv tiling, but sUlln(,r coun
ty Kepublicans ought to object to his organ-
icing a tight upon their party, for anvrea-1
son, niueliles- lor one which i pure", sejti-h
on ln part. Xo doubt bnt that Alf. Payne
is revolving the enceiuragement of the foxy
Democratic leaders in all ntti-mpb. to dixiele
the lie-publican party. Do Kepublkianii
propose to a-i-t him in defecating tlnir;"m
ine.s. We iipprelieud that w hen snsibli
Kepublicans see the game that is being
plaxeilbv l'ayne nnd tlie Democracy they
will give their scheme fiir the defeat eif tlie
Kenuuiican ticket a wide liortli. Arkansas
PAYNE AT LARGE.
Oklahoma l'ayne wiiis ns reckless in bis
regard fo2 tlie truth as he is in hi defiance
of the laxxs cf the governmenU blander
front such a soutce hardly eleserxe notice.
In his spewli here the other ex eming be
Hindi' slaneleroiis chareiis ntrain-t AIninr
Hood and Senator riumb coucernii.g cattle i
interests. l'ayne e'hximeJ these --etitleinon
had in the Oklahoma countrv. Tn his state-j
iiieeu-1 nviio eviuiv asuiiitii iiiav jiajor
Hood wa in the audience, tbouch evidently
knoxx ing he was not. Major Hood stated
ivi is'miieo, in a eeiui e-r&jwiuii ems iiiodi- j
tug, that lie ha- nex-er had anv cattle in the
Oklahoma country, nor within fifty ntile-s of 1
it, and that he also knows that Senator!
l'lumb has never hsjd anv cattle there. i
In re-gard to Payne's statement that it
impos-ible to carrv even a letter through the
territory of the Oklahoma csountry without I
going tlirougl-, wire feiiese. people) who are j
acquainted with the truth of matters know ;
that a elailv mail roes, bv staire south front I
Caldwell through the open road known as '
lueviiisoinnraii. passing mo e.. "! ,
v-iaiionia. t nat i axne is wornuig tue t- ,
lahoma racket for all there is in it in the in
terests of the Democrats is evidenced bv his
shameless slander against Kepublicans as
wen as oy me nearly sojqri. me jvausas
City Times and many other Democratic or
gans are giving the boomer. Kmporia News.
The old town pumps in Salem, of which
there were thirty-seven in 1812, and thirtv
in 18G8, will this week he reduced to a soli
tary one, by tho removal of that on Uo-ton
street near the big tree. Nathaniel Haw
thorne and the school readers immortalized
one of the old pump.
Attoraey-at-Iavv. OGlce on Douglas avenne,
over I,nca' dry goods store. I-.-9-i-m
W. jr JOHNSON, 31. .,
Horaceopatlilst. Ttmi-lo Mock, third stair
way north or jiostofllcej Wichita, Kansas
Office I.ours rroin 7 to a a. ra , 1 to 3 and 7 to 9
p. m Chronic-diseases a specialty. liJ-tf
I)i: XV. lttCIIMONII,
Magnetic )livslelan . Cures ilL-f nse or every
name and ntiirn bv ma-Betio treatment, Itli
ont tu Iclue. Ilis CUP arc speedy ar.d perma
nent, and clinrgea res-onalile lMuf-noslsand
consultation fr-e 1'atieuU from a dita..ce
cau boieni with him at reasonable rates. Office
on -outli V!r st , XVIcliita, Kan. ellil-w
" Ult. T L.ANOEEXVS.
Treats all atlcctionBOf the ear, nose, throat
and lungs by tho most approved ruo-ie-rn niciii
oils. Asinnia, nay lever aau rosu com sine-ij
relieved; treatment mild and nnirruatin
OfJcc ill Ferrcli'i) building, opposite iiosloflico ,
office hours rrom a to li'J a m . , and from 1 if to
6 1. M .
III:. XV I.. DOYLE.
Dk-tiht. Office over Uirnes A
tore, eeatentil.il bloe.1.. XX lchlta.
I.. 1". fellEUXX'OOD,
Dentist. Oflb-eii. Ferrell Ilnlt4ln-riiiiKiUe
posloffice, .Main str-et, xXiehlta. Uansiw.
Teeth extracted without jaln by iilttosoiide
". XV. C. JO'NES.
Attorncy-al-lav,. Office In Eagle block, over
Hovey JL Co. 's dry gooda store. TJ-St-M
ANNA It. TXX'ITTY, il. 1).,
Teiidew her prorufliional services to the citizens
or XX'ichita Ele'ctry-vaiHir baths a specialtv.
Olllre on ilain str--t. second door lroni bontli-
ve est con-.'-r or First street, ap-stalrs. i'l-hir
Da. ".X'.S. Jle-lirUNH:,
Formerly plivsician and surgeon to tho Ixul3
villo Citr and Marine hospital, and late health
l.cer or .Siinnclleld. Illinois, h
No. Ifl Jlaln street, opiioslte the tiosloHlce
J-neciai attention paid to gynecology and e-lcc-
Office hours H to 10 a
tro-vaiior. cloctro-fiRinge and salv
m ami - to 4 r.
'. i., and at
TKKltY A DUJIONT,
AJr-hltecti- and "u-ie!rint.e!iiU'nts
loys' block. Wichita, Kam-w.
. xx sunn,
Iiitsrisr Kagie bufidiifr, t'-vaglas aveaiii,
IIAKKIiftilAKItlx.t H'tKI! C1JU,
Atfirieet l-nev, (oiouieicial bbiej:. -s ii'h
.1 SI. ItLDl.ltnTON,
XTim-SK-CAT LAw.XXlchits. s-edgwick county
-tHK O-Ue lei (et-tarinlal '.lock.
11. ir ellLU.selS, KOI1T. M. I-lATT
COI.I.INtJ' 4 PIATT,
Ailornejuat (jsvv. XX ill (nadir in both state
and Federal cunrts OPIice In Temple block,
M-iin slreel, nwnl talrvay north or 1'it
eiibee XX'ichita, ivsasa
K. It KILM2,
I'll-nii'Iin and -nrgeon Uiceoer Fuller .X.
J J. eKISI,
AreJillei and suiH.ri.jtrn.1,.,,1 eifflije', -inll
XX i'rner block, Iongl- avenae, betwe'en lo-,..'-.!
rmi" (Ud Iareiire st , SVlchlta, Kan.
I It . JIATTIIIIXVS,
Deiuist. (ISlcein Temple block.
IAM.KY A XX A 1.1,.
vilon.evsat mw, Wlihita, Kansas,
ivr t'lttwew iimk
". t) KIKK,
XtlorueT at Ijtw "! N t, t' s IjiiuI
irtli-f building, Ictiieft, Kaiirnu.
The I'heitoiprauber. llrtarestn all ftis and
slylea. in- alo carries the latent, aHorlmeut
or tictiir trsiiito In the ettj. Siw- Irfm a
friendly esll und eiamtne samplei- rt--J-'r
r. r teti
ilfln-e ever Ivnniwe
i -j m tw
VX Icltte, Hll
sj.,. KK 4 B e:TICl
i ii-icMnni-. ilmlietem, FlisvHitre-t, n
i usi-. trtrWenr
Aiu'.lloiwtr. ibsmucr. Kr.nK. lut-m
F. t.t' '..
, XV 1 blifi, -KtiiiuMe
i t,t. y
Xll-ilae ij-tt 'ititsa 4tter Vei
-Ire'f. eX ffatut . H lsrt
UK- ' 1 W5AS,
Ur.itiKT I-.S.H1.1 I, Meld l-eilWln, .X'-elu
-tteei, H.h.,1te Hnr.i!.g it FlAtir. 12-r.l-
w. p. xvaucki:.
' ly-. MUrv- nrer Kansas Nj..
X i mrnev
it. c. aciutoiniKi:,
I'livsldan and siirireon Office went tide- of
Main fctreet in XX' XVtiie-li'i new building, near
Kstoltie-e' Uesldi-ncn on 3laln stret, tvet Cen
tral and 1 bird street'. XX'ichita. d-loj- in
D. A. MITCHHM.,,
.X ttomey-at-lawand eollectiuii agent. Xo. 1 1
ilain stn-et, X1rtiIta, ICaosas !S7-tr
.1. A. ASK, lK-aI Manager.
l'ridaj and Saturday. Cvtoln-r 17th and Istli.
cpeclul .Matinee for Ladies and Children on
Saturday at '.'. p. m.
The largest and troniret company that ev er
The Original ami nly -. Draper's Double
:tNi LE TOM'S CM'IV CO
The X'orld-l'jiinias lop.-.,, s, "ICate l'artlngton
and Laura Palmer Two" scnitrie .Markcs,
XX'. II Davidson and Harry Martin Siberian
l:ieodlioiind.' I ne Famous Itee-thoven Quar
tette, l'opular price's ItRserved scats, 78c:
general nilinissi-li. .Vic: cldldrin, 2Sc peclal
matinee' prl-es Adults, 2e: children, 15c
Hi-served eats i n sale at po-tonlce bookstore
THURSDAY, OCTOBER I6th.
I'll:?! UXl ( Ihrtw o'clock p m 1 rutting
cout'st betwee-n Messrs .McXIIilan and e,ar
reti's thnrouthbr l rlts that made i.h a
splendid showing at -the fair. 1'ait: 1'iize lo
winner a Silver Itarrel, m.ev on evhlbitinnat
. llecht's jexvelrj store, 12fi l..ugl.is aveuue.
sj:rOS'H irf weep.Uke: naif mtle
ranniug ash. lire to all pomes. KtrB"Cfr
X 00, nne-tlnh t- Park, b.lnnre to vt inner
Trai-k In splenili 1 enndition. AilnilMion to
grounds, 10 ifiiNi reserved seats, lo cents
eome evervl....!. "nd -ce the li.n
Exton's Cora Mils. "
, . i -n i i n
jFineGrflDoil anflBoltedCorn Meal.
Ground Corn aaci Outs.
Coni-Chop and Brim.
oil's CM I eeHt-r
promptly Tilephuue tc Kx-
Every Tiling Kept in a Fst-Classl
33. 1C, ' x "f-?j C) A 17"
FURNM I URE.
D otifrUs. Avfnue - AVk-Jiit 'nrjin
Kiile-jn & Stockinger,
P.-actrctl tclumbers, Steim k Gs
Skaa Ileitis: k Vgi;ni j
SwdlltT. EifesttJ FoMesL
jot) Tork ..ron,,,,!,. attendfl t.. Office In
READ MY PARTIAL LIST. AND CALL FOR
80 Acres of Highland, Just Subdivided into BlocKsof 1
to 5 Acres. This Property Will Be Sold From
331 acres in Sunnier county, K
north or Caldw ell ; 70 acres in cultivation, all
good land. $3,uW.'.
17V1. Quarter-ee'ctlon ." miles west ol North
fleld, -unuicr county ; no acres nailer cnltiva
17.W. (-uarter-'cctiun .1 miles northeast or
Mulvane, summ-r county : one-hair under cul
tivation, small cranary. 1,!j0, -JWO on 4
wears' lime at 6 pereent
17-'i Z!U ncren unimproved laud 3,'i miles
south of .Vorih3eld, .lmner county; -id liv-in-;
water gl.soo, or will sell iiarters seia
ralel 17.I L improved ijuarter 4 miles north or
N .rtuaeld a 1 Istid SJ,c
173!) I'lO Lres3mllei south or Cheney ; 40
acres in altivatliin 'Ilil- Issple udul land and
7.-s louacrtsi,1; mile north e.r .heney;iO
acres ;u cuitivdtioii, llijins; 'rater. Sl.MiO.
17..7 Quarter-section 7 miles south or Cheney;
houec ot i rooms, Btable and cribs. sj2,0oo
17M. iXaarter-sectionlOiuiles south oi Cheney;
00 acre-i in cultivation $1 ,8.jo.
ITS'. Unimproved inartcr . mile-s -onth ot
s w 12-2 i-lC west, i'insman county,
)acre brose, Iiw
1.W5. v. l-Jofivl-i;-i-.'ir, Kingman coun
ty. .7) acru3 broke, Slsuft.
I.X7I. (iuartcril-JmllesaoorCbenes'. Srsx).
l.VSl-. ('uartersec. 10 mile-s n w ol XX'iclilta,
on Arkansas river. On time at 7 nor cent.
lJvf. Wa7miiessouthorUoddard, S1C0.
IS'!. Quarter sec :, miles castor town, 923.
Iflut liio n b miles b e er XX'ichita, S.noo, 1-3
IbDA. ldiainsec 4-2v3 e-ast, llatler county,
2.". in cultivation, S1ki.
f.2 Quarter 1 mile-s n vv or Garden l'laln,
livrt. 1C0 a 2 miles n wof Garden l'laln, 20 a
livjs.. n c 1-t SS-20-1 w, 7 miles n w or Garden
IWo. a 0 1-4 4-Si-l w , all raw. S1.V0.
17-'i. slacsi'i S'i miles southeaster iiayue;
all in cultivation. Dj-story bon-eor .1 rooms,
pood stable, corn crib and i-iauary, nice grove.
1721 lOi acieiS miles southeast or Derby; 00
acres in cultivation, honse, stable and granary,
cO acres ell lie-igitl in, loo apide trees. 2,3iiu.
1711 li'-lacreolmilessoutheastorilayiie: I',
story buns" or : rooms, good stable, crib and
sraiiarie's, s.1 acres in cultivation, peach orch
ard, !,' miieoriiedge
17t'i lev) acres i: miles from Clearwater; 00
acrey in cultivation, living water, some hedge
and -hade trees. 2,0 J
17.21 (J.iarter-seetion or raw land 2); miles
rro.ii Nurtluii'ld sij.m) SI.J00 on :! jean,'
ilm- at sjier cents
17 s liijj aelea in -suiniii-rcoiinty I miles from
Caldwell t watered by theChikasU-i andpevcral
springs, 4 li a reanndcrcultivatinn,." dwellings
and oib'T improvements. $II,noO
.No. li b" acres 'Hi miles southeast or
G.inii'ii l'lain, si acres In cultivation, nice
rovesof cotton-voud and box elders, TOO bear
ing ii ueh triH-s, living -eater This is a bar-
So 1711 lti'i acres 2 uiiles west or Valley
'filter, nice house li2 with addition 7x14,
aable, grnnarj and cribs, 2) acre pasture, good
bearing orctiarls or applo ami peach tre-es
nwi Iijoaamilesi w or XX'ichita, oniall honse,
ein under cultiialiun, hih1 orchards of apple
nd i-eacb, rice uiove, sj.!20'.
lul nia 1-2 mile Irom Chemy, 40 a In cul
l..!2 :;ll & 1 miles w ol town on Cow skin
cn-ek, IsO a under cultivation, 10 a or timber,
house or. rooms, granary, stable and other
bnlldlnga, all hedged and cixss hedged, splen
did orchards and -.rovm This is a beautiful
placo, stii per ae re
till, h) a s miles of town, near Haysville
nost-oillce, Hi) a in cultivation, good! 1-2 Btory
lioum- with addition, barn .Ov.-jr, vvitii loft, corn
crib, smoke liou-e, Ac, 15 a pasture-, good
bearing orchard e. 81ier acre
l.x.a. 2liMi I miles n vv of Goddanl, 110 a In
ultiv,ition. 1 I 2 story house or 7 rooms, Ice
oouse, store hnilding, iMist-olhe-e em place, giod
eiiCwe, living water some trait, iki and
teriiw to suit
14 1 US) a I miles s w or Goddanl, 1 1-2 story
co-ise of 0 rooms and good cellar, stable for 0
lior.si-3, e-ovv stable for head, granarj , cribs Ac
good bodies, .-So a pasture, wired, flu a in culti
vation, living water, orchard, Ac, luni, easy'
1.1 1 i 1G0 a I miles e of Cheney, KM a in culti
vation, living water, some fruit, Silt-Si.
!.-, I'; a 1 i. nine s e uarneu i lam, uo a in
cultivation. I i 2 story House oi 4 rewims
good walled cellar, s'.auie ami granary,
Clear tree J. , 9i.fi
lVii). IGoaSniIlesnnf Cheney, 70 in cnltivn-
uon, house, some frait, waterisl by Sjiring
creek, $ 2i per srr
l.Vd Iff) a 2 1-2 miles s or Garele-n l'lain, in a
in cultivation, good house, barn, granar-, , Ac,
all reucoJ with vnre ami hedge, 4 a of line bud
ded fruit. $.si.
l.Vd. 10" a In llutler county. 5 nules from Au-
gntn, 2i a or timber. 12-1 In cultivation, gixi.i ,
I .. .. .. ...I ...lil.. ..I.. ...a. riT fn I II..!
liuuae. lliau iiim a.uuiu, I'.rii.j viuuL., ..,
illg WtlteT, S5OJ0.
1581. if w 1-4 -1(1-2-." eat, Itutler county, 1 1-2
story houw. to a in cultivation, $2.VO.
l.VB liTO a 3 1-2 miles w of Valley Center, 1 1-2
stnrv house, 3 rooms anil cellar, granary and
olhurimpnivemetits, watered by Uttle river,
j to per acre.
l.W. 10. a ."miles n ol XX'ichita, house with 2
rooms, small barn. 140a in wire pasture, good
orchards or apple and pcacl-, .'5 per acre
1M1 li'iOa.-! miles n e of Derby, on ispring
creek, 2 a limiicr, in a in cuiuvauon, i i
storvbonno 21x10, stable, granary, sbe-ds, and
cribs, hedged and cross hedged, plenty of fruit,
15s".. 1C) a .1 milis s e id town, to a in cultiva
tion, 1U a renceil. vouns orchanl, watereil by
(iypsum creek, s.vkj, ",nno cash, balance on
tline at 7 jieTcent.
15-j. (-uarter fee 4 miles n of Garden l'laln,
house with 3 rooms and small barn, 4T a In pas
l.VeJ. Koa2 miles w or town, good frame
bulMing, lis) a in cultivation, young ore-ianl,
102O. 10) a 5 miles n w or XVichita
Uvation, rest enclosed in pasture,
and stable, "Mjots-
ie:i. iwi a .t nines n w oi town, an unui-rcui
Irntiniv t 1-2 stnrv house or 4 rooms, stable, i
orcaard nnd shade trees, si. !
la. laeaa miles sw of vxicnlta. 100 a In
cultivation, house with 4 roorps, stable, crtbs :
1021. ion a Smiles wof XX'ichita, 12) a In cul
tivation, honse and stable. $.1500.
18i5. f4'i a 2 1-2 mill's nor Harden l'laln. 500
a In cultivation, 2 bouses and 2 stables, living
IT. F. NIEDERLAKDER,
J-OAM AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Corner Douglas and
MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
Corner of Emporia and Douglas Avenues.
10a. Three cottages of3 rooms each, on Law
rence avenue near Methodist church ; all rent
ed. Thisis a very desirable Investment. 1,300
cich or S3,. '.00 for the whole.
293. New cottage of 5 rooms, on Topeka ve
nue ; south corner lot .very cheap at 81,400.
No. 27S. A new plat of 22 lots on Topeka and
Km)wria avenues, north. These lots are well
located and will be sold at low figures.
No. 277. Kight lots on Main and Market
streets, 25.14J each; 81100.
No. 27. Small house on Toieka avenue,
English's addition, lot 50x140; 8120O.
No. 272. Cottage of five rooms on Main street,
barn and coal house, lot l-Oxl".), east front.
fruit and shade trees; $2500.
No. 211. Large lot HS-cSS. feet on Wichita
street; two small houses, hedge rence, all
kinds ornruit and flue shade; $1000.
No. 2-1 LollejxllOfect, on Waco street, east
front, good neighborhood; 41S00.
No 2.S2. Ten acres south or the city, very
No. 2-'i. Good residence on Topeka avenne,
lot 100x140 feet, barn and outbuildings; 84000.
lis. Good business nrouerty on Water street :
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call Tor
mil description, price, etc.
Is2 One acre lot on First street ; small honse
or J or I rooms, two porches, young trees.
103. suburban place south, four lots, house of
6 rooms, cellar, presses and Datn room. C2.0UU.
191. Two choice lots on Douglas aveiue, east
Wichita $C'W each.
192. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market street ;
small stable, corner lot, good neighborhood.
U7 A large down-town residence; corner lot
100x140 reet, frame house of 12 rooms, cellar,
cistern, stone walks, shade and fruit trees ; not
many such places In the market. 87,000
No. 172, One-story frame house, four rooms
and pantry, on Mosley avenne. Lot 101x150 feet,
eastlront, corner alley, fine fruit and shade
No. 170, Cottage of rour rooms on Waco
street, lot 52x142 reet, good fence, peach, pear,
plum , cherry and fine shade trees. lrice 81100,
on good terms.
'o. ItW, Five or six cottages In East Wichita,
unde-r rent at 20 per cent, on the price asked for
them. Housc3 new and In good order; a choice
No. loO, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge rence, fruit and shade
trees, one acre or ground, 81500.
So. liVS, House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, corner lot, 75x140 feet, llarn and carriage
house, apple, peach, plum, cherry and shade
No. IV., Three cottages on Emporia avenue,
English addition, all rented at good figures, a
No 131, Franio residence, six rooms, on To
peka avenue, bam, fruit and shade trees, lot
No. 127, House seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, south; barn for rour horses, buggy shed
chicken house, water in honse, fine fruit and
shade trees.a beautiful home, $2500.
No. 117, Elegant residence on Topeka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket rence, line
irmt ana snaue tre-es, is uou.
No. U1. Valuable business piopert
rty on Doug
all for price
las avenue, ursi-ciass location, ca
No. i)0. Flue business property on Douglas
avenue; old building, but very cheap at $5000.
No. Ni. One-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, 8750.
No. :i. liusinesspropertyon Douglas avenue.
Grill's addition. Frame building, rents well,
No. 04. One lot on Main street, well located,
one-story frame building, $1750.
No. '.ii. liusiness property on Main 'street,
No. Isi An elegant residence In the north
east part or the city. Large grounds, fine fruit
and shade tree-8, modern house In perfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party.
No 101 . Cottage of li wi rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty or fruit, over one acre of land,
No. 173. A beautiful home on Lawrence ave
nue; lot '-..! lo feet, one and a hair story frame
louse oi sev en rooms in peneci oreier, gooa cei-
i lar. vi ell and large cistern, llarn and ail neces-
sary outbuildings. Fine grape arbor and other
fruits; shade in front, price 81000, part cash,
naiancc on goou time.
No. 152. Two houses jn XX'ichita street, five
rooms each, ceinentei. cellar, pantry and clos
et In each house, nice shade trees, lot 50x150
reet, &15IK) each
No. 15-) One-story frame house on F-mporia
avenue, good cellar, barn, water from water
works, near horse car. Due neighborhood.
S2Ci. cah and time
No. 11. One-story fraireresideace on Law
rence avenue, six rooms, cellar, coal house,
carriage house, hennery, lot well fenced, 10x140
icet i-ine variety or rruti ami snaue trees, beB
locality In the city l'rlce $.i5i).
No. II. Two lots on F.mporia avenuo, Eng
lish's 5th addition, $li)
No 23. Two choice lots on Douglas avenue,
fine business property. Call and get the figures.
No. 21. Six lots in Lake-side addition, cheap.
No. '). Fivugood lots on Court street, 8150
to sjjeKi eacn
No. 52. Two lots on Wichita street. Stoo.
No. (.! &i lots on Donglaa avenue, 840O0.
No 75 A nice plat of ground Tor sub-dividing
on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be
sold at a bargain.
No. 7fi ItuslnesslotonMain street, 81000.
No sTi Large lot on Market street, cheap at
No. 7 A large lot for sub-iUvlding, on Cen
I have the exclusive sale of lots In Ormc and
I'hillins addition, south of the city. This Is the
.-.. in mi i highest plat of ground around the city, and
oiid house I'"" are within the reach or all, 100 lots al
11 j readysold, and houses arc springing up ail over
tee auitition can cany anu mate a selection.
The late Imurovi-mcnts in XX est XXIchlta. ln-
eluding the new passenger depct, have brought
us an unnreceiienipii ei.-manu lor lots in tnat lo
ll is tne neart'31 vacant property to tnc
business cente'r or XX'ichita, and there is no
doubt or its rapid growth and a good advance em
Jhave the sole agency Tor lots In Stevens' ad
dition. These lots are centrally located, and
are having readv sale.
N. F. Niederlander,
ATTENTION, LADIES !
WB HAVE PLACED ON
GOLDEN RULE STORE!
Of every shade and in fine qualities. These goods are offered at
half their value. We
An Elegant display at less
AT REASONABLE RATES.
NASSAUER & HIPSH,
W. S. COHBKTT, Preaident.
II. It. UIClIAKDS
A. II1S9, Vice
N0S. 73 AND 75 MAIN
"The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
Blaine it Logan,
Cleveland & Hendricks
TO BE SOLD AT $2.00.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
Douglas Ave., one door irejt of Citizens Bank.
T. W. C0VERDALE.
Are now offered at the
RED FRONT SHOE STORE!
Where you will find an extra-large St complete stock of
Boots and Shoes for Fall Wear!
Which is offered at Prices
n 1 T 1 r ,.!
lirowers ana racsers oi
Platte Valley Sugar
Corn tender, sweet
grocer for it.
Canning Work, comer Fourth and Ptlee StrceU; Office, Kiothwet cor
ner Third and C1itIm Street, SL Joeph, 5liourL 11
THE COUNTERS OF THE
bought them very low.
& Newmarkets !
money than anywhere else.
& COLD CASHMERE!
122 Douglas Avenue.
J. II. II1.ACK, ftoc. an.ITr.M
S. 1'. JOHNSON.
January It, 1(584 ;
STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
HUSEY & KRCBNERT
Lower than the Lowest.
Platte Valley Brand"
and juicy. Ask your
They are cut In pieces
"$1.25 Per Yard!"
They are Double Width,
Just One-Fifth Their Real Value.'
Come early If you wish to aeoure a bargain.
Jl. IEC .A.TZ.
Eagle Building (New No.), Ill Douglas Ave.
Bank of Commerce.
(HATKIKIJI A HAKTI.KY.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Beceive6 Deposits, Time and Ztan&nd, at Interest.
liuy$ and ellt exchange; make collection; negotiate municipal bond,
and transact banking in all it branche.
No. 17 Douj,'IftH Avenue, ...... Wichita, Kmi.
X. W. Cor. Main St. A Dougla Ave.
V E. STANLEY,
Thf -lilUl utex-k of Hit bank It on hn-tdrvl
lir 'w KulD(1 capitalist an J tarlni
, nriD in iniimuon a iacaiocaiiiai luanr
D( tb iDMltntlo
Th liank will rrclailu, hay anil ll
(loknarrml baoklnK lmfii Wcihall
manner, ami upon trma, ulUfactftfy V our cnUjiiin, anl xillelt a
It Z, HAn.-ilHtX, rielTr't.
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY.
Loan Money ut Lo'cttt Hate.
Iumi Sight Draft on all part of Europe,
Jiuy and Sell Gov't and Municipal Jiondt,
I'ay Interest on Time DeyotiU.
Anj Amount of
To Lfaa en elxlrkbl HEAL CSTATC -IU" FARM, or CfTT -Kt7.KTr
fT Connecticut Hate of Inter et. Jf
J. L. DVEK, IL II. UOVS, BAM'L H0UCK,
IL W. IWIS. I'rc!dent. A. A,
J. O. DAttDuo.1, Pre. 8. L. Da vno. VIcr-I'rc. C L, VAVtti-oit, Hfc'y
The Davidson Loan Co.
Xcaey Alwaji on Hani t9 Lots en
rncz with crnzEji uakk. ot-uwt
Cunmr Mala trl xsA IMnglMt Atrns. J
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JCANTJFACTtrRE THE CCL8BRATXD BRANDS:
IMPERIAL. .... (Itolltr Ftnt.)
WMTCROtC, (Extra Fancy.)
X. L. C. H. - - (Fancy.)
TIsm Vru it kai ln tut Uj tottltu Kat. Wl, 3frU ktA tHxlli fat tr t. A tf
a as vibl TfmlMUra whrrrttr l&Uv)4. T uj tit i to .lay wit U.a W mrr
l-rf la I'm mart Ut sm at fcil uut ftU m,
OLIVER & IMB0DEN CO.
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
and Shades! "4
of from 2 1-2 to 3 yards
be sold at
price they will be
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IL 8. CATKfc ,
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bank wlio fvm.nl orr ln
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