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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1884.
M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
I'MDAY MOUSING, OCT. 17.
JAMES C. BLAINE.
JOHN. A. LOCAN.
for Ubngreu . . SAMUEL U. I-KIEIIS
KOi't I'ltK'HIKNTIAL. M.KCTOIM.
A I iMTfP
..li.lin I! '.Ur, ol It. vull
.. I) A. Vnlentiltf. ofdltj
A KWl, of .Vriunlia
I . ririrrlinr,r .Iulinon
J I. Dfi.nlfiiu, or.Veoplio
.1 M .Miller, ol" -Morris
V V. tiirRi-s, . Ll'iuJ
W .. Illton, of Irrpo
T T. Tsilnr, of Itcno
for l lilrf .lustier.
A. II. llulMON. of Atclilwiu.
l'or AHMN-latK Juhlirc, i
T. A JOIINsTON.itf Ottawa.
.lOlIN A. .MAHTIN, 01 Atchison
For I.lHitrnant-Um ernor.
A. 1'. ItllHII.K. of Craufonl.
For -irretary of .State.
k. ii. ai.i.i:v, or ciUuick
F.. I. McCAllE, of (irahhiu
l'or 'J renMirer,
s T. IKlWK, of Marion.
For Attorni'j General.
.. II. KltADKOltll. orOi-aRe.
r.r iiwrlnl'iiilret I'lilillc IndruclltMi,
J. II I.AU'IIEAI), of llourboti
For Stile -rn.itor, 3-ni District,
JOHN KKLIA, of nl;;!clt.
Ki-li. tf'tli lit
Keji. trttli ilis-t
KODOLI'II HAT FIELD
KUISEUI E I.WKEXCi:
U-rV Dial. Cunrt 0 A VAN'XES-i
1'rohate.IiidRf . i: It,'.IK KT1
ConntvAttoniev .1 M. IIAI.DEILSTON
Siij.t.l'nli. ln-tr'ii II I). HAMMOM)
Coromr ' il GAUIU0
Oomm, 31 din.t
1. A. WILSON"
THEN WHY DO YOU HOWL?
Tho DrtnoORit" of Wichita with olio uc-i-oril
raw J their voices ye-.terdv in thu doli--ful
cry that the Ilepuhlican speeches made in
tliis cijy night before Jnt, lot the Republi
can party hundreds ofvoti-!- and would he
sure to oirct Dnru-y. Oh, dear, it is too
had. Wlio would lme though it- They
didn't preach an thing hut Republican doc
trines, doctrine oil) as the party iUelf,
which mayhap they interlaid here and there
with a few truths fibout the Democratic par
ty, and which truths may have schorched
IVmoeraU. hut whv th.it fact should make
Democratic voter.- or turn Republicans
ugaiiil their .irty, we cannot see. And we
can't see another thine;, and that is, if those
speeches really did do to much for the Dem
ocratic party, then what in the name of Ma"
ria Halpin's- fatherless -on are the
Irinocttiti.rnmtin?j nhout. If tho'cspeeeh-
made vites for Dorrex, why do you find
fault with them? Are the Democrat going
bad, on their decoy duclv, Dor-ey, to that
et nt that it makes them pick to hear that
Republican upccche are making him voter.-?
In other worth do the Demo
crats hike the Republican f Sedg
wick county fer fooU? It would seem so
fiotn mint of the talk as also from wnne of
their nomination'-, hut the- -a . iVi,-
crat will gel tliur cy. oj . .. u ..i -mcin-ber.
NOVEMBEI! WILL TELL.
Noember will tell whether Kd lionet,
carries two or three hundnnl Sedgwick coun
ty Republican in hi? pocket or not. The
Domocml.- ckiim that he do and for no
other nsi-oii and upon no other expectation
notiiinnted him t'r their tate w-nator. If
they IkiiI not thought that Kd could deliver
his old friends their convention would neer
have dre4imel of nominating him as a decoy
duck', for they could have nominated a doz
en Democrats wiio would have polled their
parly vote fkdid. They agretd th.it Kd.
should piny that he wn 'till a lEcpublican
and tlint like a not In' would xutefor In
giilh, for the sake of pulling the Wool oer
the eyec of men who had long tru-ted him,
know-in' all the "'' ,,l't ''' would be the
Democratic tcimtor and not the Itepublican
senator if elected.
A Itepublieau w1iom love for Kd Dor.-ey
i grofMr than bit. love for hi prineiles
mu-t indeed h:.e a oou-uming love for
A Grave Yard Whistle.
The Maria Halpin cadets and member-of
the Wichita Kazoo club xwre around xi
tenhtx xvith the graxv yard tune, that In
gnllV iiim! Krohn' fpeeehe had made Kd
Horsey xote hundrids of votes. They
didn't inline any of the new coiuert" to the
Decoy Duck. !-ueh sjuvches do not make
DeiuoeniU. We didn't run on to imv of
thoo nexv made Horsey men but xe did run
aero a Democrat, and xxe can nnnie him,
xx Im mill ojvenly that he admired Ingiilh,
admired him for.Jiis brains and his boldness
and that he should not only not xotefor
DorJ-ey but xvould x-ote for the man pledged
to lutftiUt, tlutt be would vote for John Hel
ix. Do( the Kazoo club want the man's
The claim of Democrats and their organ
that Uopublican xwre disgu-ted xvith the
radimil speeches made by Senator lngalls
and Dr. Krohu is all humbug and bosh.
That mind mu-t be bordering on insanity
xxhich xxiiuhl oxen suggest that any jirinci-
ple in xxhich the hearer beliexcd could bo
put too forcibly oradxocatexl too strongly.
Such assertions amount to -imple nonen-e.
As to the iidum- of enemies, xvhen you go to
xvar of course, as exerxbody knows, you
xvant to load xvith harmless blank cartridges
and then point your gun at x our friends in
stead of yiiur enemies. It is n xvondcr the-c
same Deinocrals hadn't criticized Col. Mar
tin's speech also, xxhich xxaeminenlly -ound
TWO OR THREE.
There arc txxo or three men xxho for txxo
or three year- liaxe been imagining txvo oT
three times n day that they oxxlietl the l'e
jmblican party of Sedgxvick county. They
haxo lately found out that they don't, and
noxv they an- trying their best to beat txxo or
three honorable and honest nominees of the
party, w Inch party has stood by and hon
ored these txxo or thnv soreheads and schem
ers txxo or three sex'eral times. We xxill
xxager txvo or three cents that within txxo or
three years these txx or three gentlemen
xvill not amount to two or three shakes of a
dead sheep'- tail, p. Iitieully, iu Sedgwick
county; to xxhich bet two or three lakers
xxould not be objectionable.
A STATESMAN'S VIEWS.
The lii public.!! juirty embodies in its
creed four distinct and important doctrine-:
Firt. peace xxith the xx hole xx-orld; second,
commercial expansion in every practicable
direction; third, encouragement of every
form of American industry: fourth, protec
tion to every citizen, native or naturalised,
at home or abroad. I'nder these policies
the Uepublican party trie- to conduct the
government; under these principle, the Ue
publican party submits itself to the judg
ment of the American jxeople; on these
principles we conquer, or on those we are
commend. .lames G. Maine at Uoches
ter. LIKES HANCINC.
Wliile I'levelandV friends xxere engaged
iu the iimun'iiicul of rcndinir tlie republic,
ltlaino xvas in council xxitii Lincoln, Scxvard
:nd Sumner to jirexcnt them, and xx-hile
Cleveland xvu hunpnjr l'ntrick Morri-cy at
Buffalo, ltlaino xvas extorting from the
Ilritish n turremler of the doctrine "once a
subject, nlxvnx's :i suhject." "What then?
Every man to luV taste Clcvelaiid likes
huugiug. "Who etui control hi dc-tiny
The W. C. T. U. at the Fair.
To thf KHitor of the Daily tagle.
The W. U. T. T. experimented this year,
in the face of many obstacles, in running for
a few days a small hotel. Ileing without a
shelter to call their own, this was no ea.-y
thing trt do, hut generous hearts and willing
hands ha'tily prepared us a habitation, and
stove-, pans, kettle?, di-he.-, chair.- and tabled
were quickly furnished by kind friend-and
to work wc went to feed the multitude.
Experience i- the best of teacher-, and
tho-e four days of labor has resulted in
widening views of xvhat v may accomplish
in the future towards perfecting our plan of
owning a building for our reading room and
library, paying for it by our etforts and la
bor, and not asking help from the legisla
ture. A thorough and efficient housewife prides
her-elf on the number and X'aricty of her cu
linary articles, and is quick to add thereto
any improx'ements that will sax-e time and
lighten labor, even at a sacrifice of some
mirch desired luxury in the parlor. Hence
if our directors can make any sati-faetory
arrangements xwth the fair managers to
xxards securing the use of an acre of ground,
xe purpose erecting and furnishing with all
oonx-enicneo a dining hall and kitchen with
sitting room atiached and near by
amphitheatre where each season our friends
in the county who desire may hax'e an op
portunity to li-ten to the ablest speakers in
the country, and xxiththat end in viexv, no
prex enting 1'rovidencc xvill engage .Mr.
3Iary A. Lircnnore for the next fair. If xvc
meet xxith suitable encouragement xvc xvill
help make our fair second to none in the
state, and in the cooking department xe (ear
no coiiietition. Our epen-cs xx'erc:
Fair managers for dining hall and
lunch booth .". $ Kt 00
1'aid.Mrs. Cougar o0 00
Help in .r.o
Meat :;i oo
Groceries, butter and ice oO SO
liread and pies 'JO 00
Draynge 10 00
iSign, ticket5, nail-, lumber, fuel,
spoons, cloths 14 00
Total S'-'OI 80
As the result of our xvork, xx'e have clear
of all expenses, about $Uo towards starting
our library xvhich xe propose doing as, soon
as xve m arrange for a suitable librarian,
and secure the sale of a certain number of
ticket" at one dollar per xear for the u-c of
We have aho di-tributed about one thou
and traits, many papers, and advertised our
cause as xc nex'er had an opportunity of do
ing before, for xvhich xxe return to Him xxho
lias promised to be xxith us to the end.
One of the AV. C. T. I".
The ". C. T. I'. returns thanks to Mr. .S.
I'alh-tt for u-c of lumber, .Mr. Allen for u-e
of dishes, The l're-bxterian trustees for u-e
ehairs.the old srttler directors for the u-o of
knixes, forks and spoons, and Mr. liobert
haxiTeliee lorthe gift of two prize pigs
xihich netted Sl"-40.
Mi. I'l.or.KM'K A. (ti:Y,
Supt. Fair AVork.
Notwitli-tanding the Wichita boys paint
ed the sky red night before la-t, the face- of
the Democrats had a x'crx" blue tinge.
"Deinocratie success means free trade
Free trade means ".0 jicr cent, reduction in
xxnges. I "eduction in xxages means the pan
ic and reX'idiition." That is a thing not
merely for the xiorkingmen but for all
clas-e- to take a good second look at.
Ij than six months ago 1.1'J Democratic
congressmen x-oted for a reduction of 20
per cent in the wages of xvorkers in glass fac
tories and iron mill. It is strange that bus
iness is paralyzed during a campaign xihile
the danger of the succo-s of its sxvorn enemy
The southern commissioners xvaited upon
General Grant the other day, and the old
xiarrior gax'e them a thought xxorth remem
bering. He told them that besides reciproc
ity it i ncce-tary to subsidize steam-hiii
companies to thb-e ports and allow- consuls
and consular agents to act as commercial
agents. The great need of the country is
nexv and increased markets, and ex cry feasi
ble means should be employed to secure
them, especially upon the southern portion
of the American continent.
There are at leat three senatorial di-tritts
in this State xxhere txvo Ucpuhlicaiis are
running because of tho failure of the conxen
tiou to make a nomination, and another
where both candidates claim to be regu
larlx Humiliated. H this i not changed, it
is almost nicx itai!e that Democrats xi ill I
elected. Here in Shaxvnee county two Ue
publican are running, one regtilary nomi
nated, one brought out by a majority of the
party, and ono Click Uepublican, endorsed
by "the Democrats. We think this condi
tion of things exists iu some other districts.
Then there are many representative district
iu xxhich there arc complications, xvhich
xxork injury to tho party. Is
there is not in this state enough party" fealty
to correct these evils. It is now conceded
that the party is united in other states as it
has not been "for a long time. The result in
Ohio is an omen of good, and indicates bc
xond a doubt the election of Maine and Lo
gan, and quite likely a majority of Uepub
lican in the loxver house of congress. Can
Kaiisa Uepublicans afford, through uuxvur
thx bickerings, to endanger the political
control of the I'nited States Senate? That
there is danger of the legislature of Kan-as
being composed of men elected in opposi
tion to the regular Uepublican nominees, is
conceded by the most unobscrving.
From this d.iy till the day of election xvo
shall see the opposition fighting to get con
trol of the legislature. The bet informed
Democrats concede that there is no hope
iui au jiouiou oi me suuo iiCKei, lull
they do hope to control the legislature. In
xiew of this conceded fact, is there not wis
dom enough in the Uepublican party to set
tle the dillereuces iu the several senatorial
and reprcsentatix'o districts? It seems to us
that an appeal bv the state central commit
tee to lay aside :ill bickerings, and support
the ticket as nominated, "would haxo a
good effect. In di-tricU xxliere txxo persons
claim to bo the nominees, or xxhere new
members hax-e been made, the parties might
be asked to submit their differences
to leading Uepublicaus xvith an
agrecmeut to abide by the decision made.
We feel sure that there it no wish on the
psit of any ofthese gentlemen to jeopardize
the interests of the party. Many ot them
xve doubt not x'ould bo "glad to "get off the
iracK u mey can uo so in a manner not to
hurt their pride or future standing. That
something should bo done it seems to us is
patent to every one. Conimonxrcalth.
A Tariff Story.
Hon. A". V. jton, of Connecticut, tells
tin Ktury :
There was :i certain irofes-or in mv
countv, a theorist of the first xvater. a mai
xxho does not Lnoxv anv more about the
practical taritV than I kiioxv about the He
brew that he i- xxell acquainted xvith. The
professor came up into n largo manufactur
ing x illiii;e in my county to make a theo
retical sjvecch. such a one a, mv friend from
Ohio (Mr. Hurd) delight, in. There xvas a
fanner sLinding by a Kst in tho lecture
room mill the professor thought he might be
a good subject to operate upon, so he aid
to him. ".My friend vou are a fanner?" Ves."
"You live, here?" "Yes." Do vou knoxv
these manufacturers in this village are rob
bing your "Why, no, 1 do npt knoxv iL
lloxv can thex- rob me I Hnm dan. ,
years ago xvitli S-"C0: 1 boucht a farm, run
ning in debt ti.,r.lXI lor my farm and stock.
I xvent to x-ork rai-'mg truck for tliis iUagc.
1 paid tho debt and have got moner in the
'"w omiiv anu uo not owe anv man a uol-
lar. How haxe thex-ruined me?'' The nro- '
fe-sor said, "Well, it appears you have been
a hard xvorking man and hax-e lived it I
through. Hut you pay six cents axard duty
forthSverx-clolh vour shirt H made of.' I
"Well. prx.fes,or," replied the fanner, "you
max-thmk so, but vou cannot prove bv xour i
algebra or xour" logarithm-: vou cannot I
tvrVvve it tmW, bv K.nV. fnblI for 1 ,1,'.I . I
pvc but Ave cent a van! for the cloth."
... -.. .. . v..u. ...... ...j.
ST. JOHN SKIPS.
Ku-.ru: O., Oct. Ii It is ttated and gen
erally understood that ci-Oov. Su .lohn has
left the tate of Ohio baij and bagtge.
thereby cancelling a number of engagements '
it seems tuai wiien ne amved in Uberlin,
c..terdr a5 per Rnnouncomcnt, to make his
tjiutcii, nu rvpsicnm at uio noim, ana was
surtvriscil to Hiid the orator, Mr. lcat. of
K. located at the M place. I. is
stated that the governor was considerably
frightened, and he iminediatelv repaired to
Legate's room, remaining tfiere until the
time set for the lecture, and after the lecture
lie again sought the room of his old acquain
tance, whercna remained until early in the
morning, begging, it is said, that Legate
xx'ould not appear in the political field
" It is further saidth.it Legate has inis pos
session a letter xxritten by St. John to the
Central Uepublican Committccof Kansas, in
xxhich he asked to be sent as delegate to the
National f'onx'ention at Chicago and ex
pressing himself as decidedly in fax'or of
"Logan anil JJIame; laxonng .Logan lor me
head of the ticket. This letter, the author
desires to keep secret, for if it xvere knoxvn
that St. John had been in f.ivor of Logan be
fore the convention, and Is noxv xvorking
against him, because of failure to xvork in as
a delegate or for any other reason, the re
sult might be disastrous to the temperance
cause. From reliable source comes the in
formation that St. John's destination is
Michigan- He found Ohio too xx'ann xxith
Itepublicanisin, and will find a sure-scented
foe on his path in Michigan, for Legate is
folloxving him, and is advertised to speak at
the first lilaco on the night folloxving St.
John. The fact that Legate comes from the
home of St. John, and that the latter is so
fearful of his knoxvledge. shows that a screw
is loose somewhere. Toledo Made.
Philadelphia Ncxi-s: Nexv name for lien
Jlutler: "The fink J'ond i.ily ot Uapc
The Toek I'.-ixcn KxnresS sax's: ''Kverv
countv xvants a good sheriff, but no sheriff is
xx'anted in the lute House.
Philadelphia Press: Carl Schurz claims
that ho is still a Uepublican. Vet no dime
museum nas maue a coniraci lor exuiuHing
Don't pitch your tent among the dead!"
xx'as liarlleius auvice to x-oung x'otcrs.
. .. .-..-ex..
Jxwnon the xvmning side ot xxmning is
Kverv Democratic candidate since I'll
chanan's duv has been elected bv Democrat
ic papers but not one of them by the peo
Cleveland Herald: The Democracy
should not be behind in torchlight parades
in Ohio during this campaign. Thex' have
inside rates on coal oil.
IJeh'a Lockxvood knows a great deal more
about the tariff than Cleveland does, and
isn't afraid to tell xxhnt she knoxxs, either.
Syracuse Standard: The party that
yoked up Clex'cland and Hendricks is bound
to mourn it neglect of tho injunction in
Deuteronomy: ''Thou shalt not ploxv xrith
an ox and an ass togetjicr.
llo'ton Iludget: If I'eh'a Lockxvood gets
into the xvhite hou-e, xvhat man xvill she se
lect to preside oxer t lie domestic arrange
ments and assist her at receptions?
Uy the way xxe haven't heard many -neers
about an "aggressive campaign" of late. Js
it getting to be about a- aggre ixe as the
Democrats de-ire? If not, let them pose-
their souls in patience there is an abund
ance xet to come.
PROFESSIONS L DIRECTOItY.
Atturnev-at-laxv. Olliceon Douglas axenue,
oxer I.yncli's dry oods store. -J9-iiin
XV. M JOILSSOX, M. D.,
Homn-opathUt Temple blocs.", third stair
way north of lioatottice; Wirliltn, Kansas
Ottice hours from 7 toll a.m., 1 to .! and 7 to fl
1. m Chronic diseases a specialty li-tf
IU! . XV UK HXIOND,
Mapneilr ih-irinii I 'lite- d!-a- a of e-rx
name and nature bv iont;i.ellr lientniei.l, with
out ineb'lne His run are peiiiv at ! eriua
nent. and charges ica-oi.jd.le tt.t.f is i.iot
eoiisiiliatioii frte Patient- iroio diIn ee
can boa id with him at res -enable late- ope
on iimtli XX filer l , Wichita, Kan OIJ-J
UK. T. L. AVDItEW-i.
Treats all au"iH;tions of the ear. nou. throat
and liinjls b the must approved modern ini-th-ols.
Aathina, iiay lever and rose cold seedllx
relieved; treatini nt mild and iimrritatili.
Otlicein Ferrell's building, oopo-itc postotlice.
otl.ee hoars from ') to 1-), am , and from I ', to
r. xi :u-tr
hi: w l. hovi.i:,
''SMI-. OiUce over Haines A "Sort's dniff
tore. . enteni.ial Id ' k. Wichita. II-
I. F. -lll IJXXwut .
Dentist Oiliceta Ferrtll Midi tnt e.pi In
M. lott.ee. Main ftre,t, VVUh.t., a .--
leelli exinted nill.oul pain by itt-i ., .
i.. XV. C. .JOXEs.
Attorncy-at-law Mill re in Easle blocV., over
lion- .. Oi 'ailry (.-ooils store 7J-J.-tf
Hit XV S. ill P. CUM fc,
Fornierlvplivslciaii and etirireon to tiie jov,
.hi. our iiifu Marine I.ospltal, and late li-ilth
othcer id .prititicld, Illinois, has lwatsl at
N'o. HI .Mam street, opposite the po-lotSee
Siierlal attention paid toiryiierpliiv and elei--tro-xniior,
eb-ctro-Bponce and -Manie baths.
Olllce hours H to In a. vi and i to I e xi nodal
IKKKV A Dl'MOVI,
Arrliiti-rti and Siaperintcndi nts.
Itova' block. Wirliita, Kausca.
i. w. sunn,
Dk.nti-t Kaj.de bulbllej
J XV XIMMS OKO. XV AllAVis.
AD XXI .X: ADX.X1,
tt.irnex at Livv XX 111 practice In state and
bileral i-.iirts Olllce in Eale lllock, Wichita,
K:e sas. iU'JO-
II AUKI-s A. IIAltlll-sA FlIIEIl.XL'UII,
Attornevs at Iivv, t ,nimierclal blocL, xx i.Ji
j. -xt ;:aldi:i:vi(n,
.XTTOUM.X' at lavv , v Icilta. be,!j:vv Ick county
vansas Othce In (titenuial Itloc!..
o. vr. 4,vllim, nonr. u. piatt
COI.UNi: A MA1T,
Altoruev at Law. Will practice iu both state
and Federal court ofllee in lemple bioik.
Main stieet, second stairway norili of I'o-l-olUce.
K I! ItILM.,
Phjsiclan aiul .urget)ii Ofticoover fuller A
.1. .1 Cltivr,
Architect and Superintendent, "tlice, ! mil
XX'i'rner's blovk, Douglas avenue, between 'lo
pekn avenue au.t I.avvience St., Wichita, Ivan.
Demist. Otlicein Temple block.
STANLEY A WALL,
Attonieyaat Law, Wirliita, Ivatioxs
O. D KlUK,
Atlornevat Ur-ltoom No. 3, V s Ijind
olfice bulbilng, WicliliM, Kan-as.
The Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and
st!e. Me also carries the finest asortment
of picture frames in the city. Give him a
friendly call ami examine samples. d-2-tf
J. II. llCJurO, r. XV IKST1.EY
IIOI'-'tON A IIK.NTI.KV,
Atlornevi, at Ijixv Oflice oxer Kana Na
tional bank Wichita, Kan
onlractorH nndliullil.n, on Klrstfitreet, ve-t
of County building. .
V.. II. IIIIOWN,
Auctioneer. Ckarvvater, Kansas. 10-3m
J. V. LAUCK.
Attoruey nt Law, XX'Iehlts, Kan-r..
K C Kl'CUI.K.-,
Attorney-at-la . Office over No. SI, Main
slnet, XXTrhlta, Katias. .i2-
Dlt-.l. C. DLAN,
llr.NTlT. IbKim in Field building. Main
treet, opposite Harding A llsher'rt. 12-31-
XX. P. WALKlIir,
Attornev at Law. Oflice oxer Kan-a Na
i: c sciiuokdki:,
Pbxsleiau and surgeon. Oflice xve-t able of
Jlaln street in xx XX inch's new bulldlnsr. near
potoltico. ftesldence on Main street, bet; Cen
tral and Third Erects, xxichlta d-l-m
D A. MITCIIELL,
A ttorney-st-law and collection agent
Main street, XX'ichita, Kansas
b. s:. BBOWU.
1) otigla- A veil tic. Wicliila "Kuan
Killeen &. Stockinger,
d i ni i p, t n
"raCtlCll rlumberS, btem Ci baj
i;1t l'nr, x-(.,, n.,,:.r ( Lm?,.
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sviuj. iu. '""''
.Jo1' w.orW prmptly atwnded t oaice in
bnilding. Dcagla. avenue.
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T a Jruciws i-xraitiift rrtoTr'iipll- '
cant Addr4 all c mnsunlcations o thr pro- i
tall, Iit Aldrich Itn vrD. -l-wlrr '
READ MY PARTIAL LIST AND CALL FOR
80 Acres of High Land, Just Subdivided into BiocKs of 1
to 5 Acres. This Property Will Be Sold From
First Hands at Low Figures.
17.il 3M acres In Sumner county, ii miles
north of L'aldvv ell ; 70 acres in cultivation, all
good land. $3,Sc).
1733. tiuarter-secllon 5 miles west ot Xortli
field, Miinner county ; (i) acres under cultiva
17.K. ynarter-section 3 mile- northeast of
Miilvanc, Miinacr county ; one-half uuder cul
tivation, small Rrauary SI.WW, WOO on 4
ears' time at 8 percent.
17.11 3.M acres unimproved land SXf miles
south ot Norlhtleld, simmer county; good liv
ing water $-',s0, or xvill sell ((uarters sepa
rately. 17.KI rniinnroved quarter 4 mileit north of
N'orthlleld. A 1 land 4J,U00
17$( CIO acres 3 miles south of Cheney ; 40
acres in cultivation. 'Ihl Is aplendid land and
17. 1W) acres '.'W miles north or Cheney ; 20
acres in cultivation, lining xvater. SLUM.
17.17 yuarter-aectlon 7iuiles south of Cheney;
house ol " rooms, stable and cnbs. 92,000.
173ri Oaarter-sectionlOndles south of Cheney;
GO acres in cultivation Sl.tsmi.
173T). Uniniproxcii ipiarter ." miles fouth of
Ood.Iard Si, son
a xv 12-21-IC went, Kingman county,
SO acres broke. Sl-"o0.
15a. xv l-2of xv 1-23J-2.S-.", xv, Kingman coun
ty, 30 acres broke, $18).
I.',7I. tiaartcr21-2milesBeorChcney, (00.
IM3 1-2. Quarter tec. 10 miles n xv ol Wichita,
on Arkansas river. On time at 7 per cent.
1M. 100a7miIestoutliofGoddard, 1COO.
1X11. Ouarter sec. .", miles eastof town, 2j00.
IStcj. 1M) a s miles e of Wichita, 8M00, 1-3
lUj. HiOainsec i-ii-Z east, llutler county,
Hi.;. Quarter 4 miles n xrof Garden Plain,
bi.i2. 100 a '2 miles n xv of Garden Plain, 20 a
lKls n e 1-1 :i3-2ti-l xv, 7 miles n w or Garden
IfilO. n e 1-4 4-:j0-4 xv, ail raw. $1300.
172ii. s" acscs 3i miles southeast of Payne ;
all in cultivation. IJi-story house of :i rooms,
good stable, corn crib ami ianary, nice grove.
1721 100 acres tt miles southeast of Derby; 00
acres in cultivation, house, stablo and granary,
so acres all hedged in, 100 apple trees. $2,500.
1711. loo acres 4 miles southeast of llayne; 1,'
story housu of 3 rooms, good stable, crib and
prai.aries. H acres in cultivation, peach orch
ard, H mile of hedge.
1710 100 acres Ii miles from Clearwater; UO
acres in cultivation, living water, some hedge
and shade trees. S2.0J0.
I72;t Quarter-section of raxv land Hi miles
from N'orthllcld $2,100 SI, 100 on .1 years'
tima at sperient
lT.'s. luso acres in .Sumner county I miles from
Cabin ell ; watered by tlicCliikaakia and several
cjirlngs, 4 ii acres under cultlxation,.'! dwellings
and oilier improvements. Sll.ooo
So 1712 10i acres 3'i miles southeast of
Garden Plain, so acres in cultivation, nice
jjnxesof cottonwood and box elders, 100 bear
ing peach trees, living xvater This is a bar
gain No 1711. loO acres 2 miles xxest of Valley
Center, nice house 102i xvith addition 7H.
-table, granary and cribs, 2o acre pasture, good
bearing orchards of apple and peach trees.
Iik-1 loo a !) miles s xv or Wichita, small house,
'i a under cultivation, good orchards of apple
and pencil, nice glove, s.1200.
l.'iil. ii1 a 1-2 mile from Cheney, 40 a in cul
1.M2. 311 a 7 miles vv of tovvnv on Coxvskin
creek, lso a under cultivation, 10 a or timber,
house of. 1 rooms, granary, stable and other
b.dldiugs, all hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orchards and groves. This is a beautiful,
olace, JI'i per ucre
i ico an miles s of town, near llaysxille
IMtst-olltcv. llo a Hi nnltivntlon. vrool1 I-s: -tnrv
house with addition, barn rM3; with loft, corn
crib, smoke house. Ac . 13 a pasture, good
bearing orchards, -.V, ner acre.
i.k-i. piaimuesn vv oi uouuaru, no a in
ultixution. 1 1 2 storx house of 7 rooms, ice
Oouse, store building, post-oflire on place, good
inces, living water, soma fruit, 80OOO and
terms to suit
1311. 100 u 4 miles s xvofGoddard, 11-2 story
no'tsu of i! rooms and good cellar, stable for 0
horse, cow stable lor s head, granary, cribs Ac
good hedges. So a pasture, wired, 30 a in cultl
xation, living water, orchard, Ac, $IOuo, easy
1311 P.0 a I miles o or Cheney, W0 a In cultl
xation, lixingxvater some fruit, $inoo.
1517 io a 1 1-2 mile s e Garden Plain, 120 a in
cultixatlon, 1 1-2 storr house of i rooms and
good walled cellar, stublc and granary, on
.. . CT J '
Clear creek. S2.V-).
1330. It-) a 5 miles n of Cheney, 70 In cultiva
tion, house, some fruit, watered, by Spring
creek, SOI per acre.
I.V.I. 100 a 2 1-2 miles s of Garden Plain, 115a
in cultivation, good hoime, barn, granary, Ac,
r.ll fenced xxitii xvire and hedge, 4 a of fine bud
ded fruit, $lnon.
13..I. it) a in uutier county, o nines irom -xu-.
gUBta, 21 a of timber, 120 in cultixatlon, good '
house, gTanarv and stable, plenty of fruit, iiv- ;
Ing water, $5oo0 '
l.-.il b xv 1-4 3t)-2S-:i east, llutler countv-. 1 1-2
storx bouse. o a iu cultlv ation, 23no.
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lj l lin n ft 1 mil.., orX Allov I flntfl, I !-'
."", ' - " ,,""' "" - -
story house, .! rooms ami cellar, granary and
other Improvements, watered by little river.
$10 per acre ,
l.V'.l 1'; n 3 miles noi Wichita, house with 2
rooms, small barn. 140 a In xvire pasture, good
orchards of apple and peach, $r, per acre. '
''V' i )a.V 'i11''8 ,'..e if I,cr,!,,r' .,n bI'!'1,n '
creek, 20 a timber, 14') a In cultivation, 1 1-2 i
story house 2I. stable, granary sheds and .
cnbs, hedge.1 and cross hedged, plenty or fruit, j
i '-V' , ' ", " '" r own- V a m cultlva-
tion, 130 a fenced, young orchard, xvatered by
Gjpsnm creek, S.Vrno, SICoo cash, balance on
time at 7 per cent
13-1. Quarter sec 1 miles n of Garden Plain.
house xvith 5 rooms ami small barn, 40 a in pas
llaS. 1C0 ai miles xv or toxvn, good frame
building, loo a in cultivation, young orchard,
10.M. 10) a. ".miles n xr of Wichita, Wain cnl-'",K"el I'latoi grounu around me city, and
fixation, rest enclosed in pasture, good house ; Pnc,c,) are within the reach or all, lou lots al
and stable ? I ready sold, and houses are springing up all over
1021. 100 a. t miles n xv of town, all undercul- I thn addition. Callcarlyand make a selection,
tlx ation, 1 1-i story house of 1 rooms, stable, I The late Improvements in West Wichita, ln
orchard and shade trees, 9-ono eluding the new passenger depot, have brought
1WS. iDin'j miles s xv of Wichita, lo) a In us an unprecedented demand for lots in that lo
cnltlv ation, bouse with 1 rooms, stable, cribs icallty It Is the nearest vacant property to the
Ac . SS-VM.
Iitil 1C0 a 8 miles xv or XX'ichita, lin a in cul
tivation, house and stable. $l.VX).
PH.-,. f.lOail-imllesnor Garden Plain, 3n0
a in cultivation, 2 houses and 2 stables, living
N. F. NIEDERLAJSTDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Comer Douglas and
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
N. F. Niederlander,
Corner of Emporia and Douglas
I'M. Three eottaces of 3 rooms each, on Law
rence avenue near Methodist church ; all rent
ed. This is a very desirable Investment. $l,2O0
eacii or -,sw lor lue wnoie
293. N'ew cottage of 3 rooms, on Topeka ave
nue ; aouin corner lot . very cheap at l,4W.
Jfo. 273. A new plat of 22 lots on Topeka and
Emporia avenues, north. These loti are well
located and will be sold at low figure.
N'o. 277. Eight lots on Main and Market
streets, -23x140 each; $1100.
No. 275. Small bouse on Topeka avenue.
English's addition, lotS0zl40; $1230.
No. 272. Cottage of Ave rooms on Main street
bam and coal house, lot ooxlto, east front
fruit and shade trees; $23oo.
No. ill. Large lot 113x303 feet on Wichita
street; two small nouses, hedge fence, all
Kinds or fruit and nnc shade; $1000.
No. HI. Lot 93x110 feet, on Wacostreet, cast
iruni, gooa neigUDornooq; iy).
No. 282. Ten acres south of the city, very
No. 2S3. Good residence on Topeka avenue,
lot lOuxllO feet, barn and outbuildings; $4UW.
1st). Good business property on Water street :
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call for
full description, price, etc.
Is2. One acre lot on First street ; small housu
oi j or i rooms, two porcnes, young trees
lii.1. Suburban place south, four lots, bouse of
o rooms, cellar, presses ana nam room. $z,ouu,
191. Two choice lots on Douglas averue, east
ivicmia. $oo each.
192. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market street;
small siauie, comer lot, goou neignoornoou
Id7. A large down-town residence ; corner lot
looxito rt-et. rramo house or 12 rooms, cellar.
cistern, stone walks, shade and fruit trees ; not
many sucn places in ine mariei. ,,uuu.
No. 172, One-story frame house, four rooms
anu pantry, on ilosli
avenue. Lot 103x130 feet.
east front, comer alley
line iruit ana snaae
No. 170, Cottage of four rooms on Waco
street, lot 32x142 reet, good fence, peacn.pesr,
plum, cherry and line shade trees. lrice $1100,
on goou terms
Vo. IW. Five or six cottages in East Wichita.
under rent at 20 per cent, on the price asked for
mera. nouses new ani in goou oruer; a cnoice
No. 1C0, House witli three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge fence, fruit and shade
trees, one acre of ground, $1500.
No. 1C3, House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, comer lot, 75x140 feet, llarn and carriage
house, apple, peach, plum, cherry and shade
No. 13ti, 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
50x110 feet, is20iO.
No. 127, House seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, south; barn for four horses, buggy shed
chicken house, water in house. One fruit and
shade trees. a beautiful home, $2500.
No. 117, Elegant residence on Tofieka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket fence, line
iruu anu auaoe trees, .axj.
No. A3. Valuable business pioperty on Doug-
las avenue, tlrst-class location
No. lio. Fino business property on Douglas
avenue; oin uunuing, out very cneap at s.'iouo.
No. to). One-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, $730.
Xf. 11. fltlB!nes9prnl-rtarnn poM0lAS wouvm,
rrame ouiiuing, rents wen.
! N'o. til. One lot on Main street, well located,
, one-sxory irame ouuiung, viioo
No. !5. Business uroiiertv on Main 'street.
under Tent, $2300,
No. 11. An elegant residence in the north
east part of the city. Large grounds. One fruit
and Bhade trees, modern house in perfect or
der; a rare chance to the right party.
No. lhl. Cottage of live rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty of fruit, over one acre of land,
No. 173 A beautiful home on Lawrence ave
nue; lot uoxllO feet, one and a half story frame
hnilla ft aavan ivuma In i.i.rfn, nnlur rr.si.1 ..I.
i Ins. vrpll find luTcro el stern Itftrn n1 all nnM.
"V on"'r"ml,u'n'?'L' 'mo grape arnor anu other
I tVllita cha.lil In fmnt .m.a llllKI .bv -anh
...u..d, vusuw u ..uu., ..bb .ww, j.w, ua,
, balance on good time.
' No. 152. Two houses ja Yichlta street, five
rooms each, cemented cellar, pantry and clos
et in each house, nice shade trees, lot 30x150
reet, $1500 each.
No. 133. One-storx' frame house on Emporia
axenue, good cellar, barn, water from water
ar norse car, one neighborhood,
One-story frame residence on Law-
ren" avenue, six rooms, cellar, coal nouse,
i?!? ,lonS' "en?"Z:.,- we" "nee-1. W"
cvk. fiuc.aut: ui iiuiv buu Biiwie vrees, oea
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locality in me ciiy. .race voouo.
.,, ,, . ,,
.?-V,' T1?.?ol,iEmPori'- avenlJe. Kn8
lisb'sStli addition, $300.
No. 23. Two choice lots on Douglas avenue,
line business property. Call and get the figures,
No. 24. Six lots In Lakeside addition, cheap.
Xo 40. Five good lots on Court street, $150
to $200 each
Xo- M. Two iots on Wichita street. $300.
x0. . six lots on Douglas avenue, $X.
No 73. Anlcenlatof irrnnnd for .nh-dlTld-
n on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be
M a( a hargain
No. 70. Ilusiuess lot on Main street. $lou0.
No. M. Large lot on Market street. cheaD at
No 87. A large lot for sub-dividing, on Cen
I have the exclusive sale of lots in Orme and
Phillips addition, south of the city. This is the
business center or Wichita, and there Is no
doubt of its rapid growth and a good advance on
Ihare the sole agency for Iota in Stevens' ad
dition These lots are centrally located, and
are having ready sale.
WE 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,
S. COItr.ETT, President.
II. II. KICHAIIDS
A. HESS, Vice
AND 75 MAIN
"The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
Blaine ! Logan,
Cleveland & Hendricks
TO BE SOLD AT $2.00.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
Dowjla Ave., one. door teest of Citizen Bank:
T. W. C0VERDALE.
Are now offered at the
RED FRONT SHOE STORE!
Where you trill find an extra-large & complete stock of
Boots and Shoes for Fall Wear!
Which ia offered at Prices Lower than the Lowent.
ST. vXOSEJIFJH:, 2wtO.
Growers and Packers of
Piatt Valley Sugar Corn tender, sweet and Juicy.
grocer for it.
CinnitJir TTbrk. corner Fourth and
ner Third aad Chsrle Strteu, St. Joeph,
THE COUNTERS OF THE
bought them very low.
money than anywhere else.
& COLD CASHMERE!
122 Douglas Avenue.
BLACK, See. ami Tress.
3. 1. JOHNSON.
January 14, 1834 )
STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS,
HTJSEY & KRCENERT
the "Platte Valley Brand"
rat Street ; OSoc, otitijwet cor
They are cut in pieces
$1.25 Per Yard!"
They are Double Width,
Just One-Fifth Their Roal Value.
Come early If you wish to uocuro a barrf.in,
.a., ik: atz.
Eagle Building (New No.), Ill DougliiH Ave.
Bank of Commerce.
(IIATI'IKI.D .V IIAItTLKV.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
Eecoivcs Deposits, Time and Demand, at Interact.
Buy and tills exchanye; rnakct collections; negotiate vtunirtal land,
and transact banking in all it liranchr.
No. 17 Doujflax Avenue, ------ Wichita, Kpumin,
OF WICHITA, KLAJSTSA-S
X. Ml Cur. Main St. . Dowjtai Arc.
O. U DAVIDSON,
XV. K. STANI.KV,
The capital olork of the bank ! one hundred thontsnd dolUrt, lily th'Huaftd illr '.I wbi'h
U owurtf br vr Kngland cai'ltallt and taring banks vbo riireent Of r Irn nillltoii t',t
Ian, kI'Idk the Inaliliitlon a osckltu? eijtial to any
The hank Mill receive di-olt. boy- and !!
doajtenersl bankltifC bnliie H w shall endearoe u transil alt butnea n!rntrd lo dt lb a
mannr, ant ujin trin, aatUfacUiry to oureutonier, antl iMiltelt a ahar of th rUUt
J O ItArtltbOS. IV'iM'Hl,
JMFJ H.V, rif-ITrmU
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY
Loan Money at I.r.-rett Hate.
Jttue Sight raft on all part of Hurojie,
Buy and SeAh Gve't and Alunioipal Ituruh,
Pay ntereit On 'JTm$ Jemt.
Abj Amount '(
To m be d..lntl. RIAL ESTATE -lxtir fAKM r UTt mCt '.Ktr
&T Connecticut Uatn of Interest. Jf$
U. H. HOVa, SAM'L
J. O. Davidson, Vte. S. L Daviio?.
The Davidson Loan Co.
V AID-UP CAPITAL.
1SSB7 AlTTlJS cs E
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nrncr. wiTir cmzK bask
Corsr Mats itri aw lattt Atmw,
jyrrAirusui:i i7J iscoki-obatki jm
1CANTJFACTUBE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS;
IMPERIAL, .... Roller PatentJ
WHITE ROSE, (Extra Fancy.;
X. L. C. R. - - (Fancy.;
Tim brt4 fcf UaM; Usrlt fct, Wl. rti i4 Vtij tr U jft. a4 fc
won me STlt; rryoXAliva irtrrir ltru4t Ttry W?e bid Uf nit tSa, W r
slvijt la Ui tcark't !ur wirt tt tlr"t cut yfu-
OLIVER h IMB0DEN CO
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT COMPETITION PKXCE8.
P1B, pltltts9 m. Caflaut(
rT-Vjili M at UrnrU Trss, t.r Vrlif
of from 2 1-2 to 3 yards
be sold at
and the price they will b
- $100,000 w
te. I.. DAVID.SO.N",
U. b ( ATW ,
.1. O. DAVIDSON
Lauklnrf tome in tli Ml
fotrlru and dmnratte ifbLte. tnak l..m and
Jltllft V DttllT, iH.hl..
IJ I. It.lrtlUm.Y, rr.tr
HOL'CK, ItOBT. L I.AWKKNCK
A. A. HVI5K, CUUr.
Virt-Vrr. C I. Daviiihmn, h-t y
- - - - $fJ0Xi
Isprrred Farss and Ci'.j ?rcpert7
lralk4 art JtsttUm.
MmUUtt Tk'.rS J WkXJU UmSi,