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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 31, 1884.
M. M. MURDOCK, Editor.
FHIDAY MOUSING, OCT. 31.
The crows and get c arc moving (-outh-vard
and the Democrats will go nest Tues
day, but tbey will wili they had started be
fore the gooff and crows.
If .lames G. lilainc is elected president
next week we fliull have a pro-porous fall
and winter trade. If Cleveland should he
elected the whole t-tale of trade will be un
settled, and the chance are that a panic
will occur before hpring.
At many of the Hendricks meetings in
South Indiana there are frequent hurrahs
for Jeff Daw., and at Kvansville the tunes
played by the band were "Maryland, My
Maryland," 'Dixie," etc. This is the same
music licndrick marched by twenty years-g-
A Democrat who has been very loud for
St. John, but who has no idea of voting for
bin), approached Uncle Itnrney the other
day with "Well, you are as strong a tem
perance man as ever, Deacon, 1 f-eo." He
admitted that he was. "And you are etill a
prohibitionist otauneh and true." "Yes,"
replied the deacon, "but I ain't n f.ol."
That fettled the business.
AV. K. Stanley vn laying himself out in a
ringing speech the other night at a township
meeting when among otln-r questions lie
aked: "Who ever beard of Cleveland ten
years ago?" he exclaimed. ".Nobody knew
him ten ear- ago," he continued with em
phasis, when one of the old men pulled the
bpeakcr's coat-tail and .wd, "That's not
true." Instantly'flanliy said, in high dud
geon, "It is true. AVho know him? Did
you?" "No," squeaked the old gentleman,
"but I rather guess .Maria Halpin did." It
nearly broke up tho meeting.
A Democratic speaker in Florida, who in
speaking for the solid (-out and for men who
are opposed to the public school system, said
in n speech made for Cleveland and Hen
dricks la't week:
"I tell von, fellow citizens we must get
rid of pauper schools and quit euiicatin
' r. ' i .: :n ...:., .1,,. M
education will ruin the
cratic partv in the. south ju-t as u lias in mo
north. Whv, before the war, when we had
no free schools we had no Itepublicans, and
no man ever expected anything but it solid
Democratic vote from tho south. A return
to the old ways, tho way of our fathers, will
banish black "itopublieani-m from our midst,
for fret- .schools and l!epublieanim grow in
the same soil."
The Democrats have only forty-eight
electoral rotes to win in all tiie doubtful
slates to elect Cleveland and Copperhead
Hendricks. They have the .south, every
southern state to start on, solid, and forty
eight votes from all the northern stetes
turns this go eminent over to tho hands of
the men who for four year-, through blood
and the expenditure of mints of money,
tried to destrov it.
ED DORSEY'S DEMOCRACY.
Hon, .hiuic. F. Legate was at the Copeland
vesterdiiy and said ton Commonwealth man:
1 tell you there is danger of a ring-streaked
and speckled legislature. I, a you know,
mil not much of an Ingalls man, but I pre
fer him lo a Democrat, and every man el
ected as an 'independent" will be a full
fledged Democrat if Cleveland i elected."
Legate is posted and knows that Veale would
be a worse Demoeiat than TomiKon if he
could hi' United J'tati1 marshal Common
YeJ, and F. A. I)or-es is running for the
senate in this district, not exactly as an inde
pendent, but as a regular nominee of
the Democratic piirty, but claims that he
is an independent on the Senatorial qui
lion. Any Hepublicans who vote for Fd
Dorsey expecting th it he will vole for John
J. Ingalls will get left, we don't care how
folcinly ho may promise to do so. He has
refused t" say through this, or any other p.i
per. publicly how he would or would not
vote, because ho is compelled tostraddlo lin
until after the election U over to get the
Democratic haters of Ingalls upon one side
to vote for him and the Itcpublicau admir
crers of Ingalls upon the other side to vote
The Faiii.k makes the prediction that
should Cleveland be elected and Kd Dorsey
go to the senate, F. A. Dorsey would be the
most powerful, mo-t inllucntial Democrat in
this county the big toad of the Democratic
ruddle. Does niiv man of sense doubt it?
A CITIZEN'S OPINION.
To Hip IMItnrortlie Unity Km-lc
After being a voter for over forty years
and pushing or living through many
changes of polities, my oWnation ha
been that when a man gets to thinking that
his individual popularity will be sufficient
for his success over all opposition, ho be
comes unfit for any ollioo in the gill of the
people. 1 can call to mind now two or
three such, who at one time stood at the
head of our best men in the community,
that to-day hold no portion however small,
and those xho have died disgraced and in
poverty. It does seem as though there was
a fatality following such men. The above
is called forth after viewing tho Olick and
lllair farces tho other day to see that silly,
vacant smile put on by William Campbell
and 11 Dorsey. 1 say put on, lor it looked
so meaningless, ltut they are both in their
proper place-, and my only regret is that
the Itcpublicau party did not send
them to the Democratic party
before. Now that they are off of our hands
wo are well rid of them. I think they will
mako real good Democrats, judging from
my idea of the Democratic party. Any lie
publican who will vote for either of them
next Tuesday, if he has any loe of his
country, cannot help but feel as though he
had attended a skunk's funeral, and had
with Campbell kissed tho corpse The
Mink will not wear off, and the sensation will
stay with him.
To be serious, 1 regard Kd Dorsey as one
of the most ungrateful of men outside of the
A Wichita Voter.
Tho Meotlnjr In Union.
Hatkieui. Oct. 2".'.
To tht Editor of th Daily lnjlt.
The Itepublieans of this vicinity had a
rousing meeting here this evening. The
hidl was full to overflowing xvith both Dem
ocrats and Itepublieans.
O. II. llentley was the first speaker. For
over an hour he lorcibly presented the ques
tions at issue nationally and locally.
The second speaker xvas Itoliort Iavrcnce.
Ho made a short but logical speech confined
to stato and county i-sues.
Mr. W. E. Hutchinson was introduced as
tho speaker of the occasion: His remarks
x as confined to a very interesting descrip
tion of the Democratic and Itcpublicau par
ties and their work in the past and their
presont attitude toward the vital interests of
tho ieoplc Ho believed that the south
furnishing three-fourths of tlio electoral otc
to place the Democrats in power, would
certainly demand the same proportion of
control in the councils and policy of the
party; it was natural and he knew
these men to be possessed of the
courage of their convictions. Had they
not avowed their determination to sweep
the legislation growing out of the war from
the statute books. He eulogized the deter
mined courage! and ivolitical sagacity of the
Democrats of the south, adverting to the
fact that four new members of the supreme
court xvould be appointed by tho next presi
dent, among them the chief justice. He be
lieved that the Democrats would take up the
case of Justice Tanev and remodel the code
to suit Democratic policy and prepare the
way to work by the courts and general legis
lation a political revolution of a most start
ling and radical nature. 3ft. Hutchison
presented n new train of thoughts to his
listeners, which was well received.
Mr. Jones followed next in a humorou3
talk of short duration, which created much
merriment, and the meeting then ad
journed. Alter adjournment Messrs. Newton and
Williams and their ladies all substantial cx
citizens of western New York, and now
good Democrats and citizen? of the Happy
Valley, heaped coals of fire on the heads of
the "radical" speakers by entertaining them
with both bed, board and good cheer, after
they had heard them abuse their party for
three long hours. Certainly there is "no
rarity of Christain charity in Hatfleld.
Th ere is yet good in Nazareth."
AGAINST THE PREACHERS.
Weuj.vgto.v, Kan., Oct. 20, 188-1-Dkai:
Hutu ok LiiiKRTr: Our Kind uv
republickings wich sum call morphydites
had a hollyday last nito wich wuz full uv
consolashun for us and full uv consterna
shun for the wing uv the party that hez
bin menipyoulatiu ower Jvoncnshuns fur
the past 1! veer, it wuz C. K. holLCday he
maid a speach what wnz a grand thing fur a
old gra-heded man tew maik the only
thing he sod that puzzled him wuz that the
preeches, wuz all on the other side when
he quit the trubblcd (Jo) watter riz and
defined hiz posishuu az a re-siibmishing rc
publicking wich, wuz much the saimc az
bil camil. The wurst mislaik ho maid wuz
to dait the orrijin uv rcjublicking mencness
20 cers back when he u-t tu her daitcd
it back tu the pusage uv the prohjbishun
law A: no further, if he duzzent watter hiz
uhi-ky he watlerz hi Iojick.
yours in haist
THE SALEM TOWNSHP MEETINC.
To the IJlitorot tlio Dally J:'le.
In pursuance of announcement that the
political issues of the day would bo present
ed to the people of this locality, largo num
bers might be seen wending their way to
ward Indepependenco school house, until
that commodious building was solidly pack
ed with ladies and gentlemen, all eager to
hear our well-known and honored fellow
citizens W. F. Stanley and H. F. Lawrence.
Mr. rlullipi wa elected chairman and
C. M. Kussell, secretary. After a few wull
directed remarks, Mr. Phillips introduced
.Mr. Stanley, who said: "The Democrats and
Itepublicaiis had disagreed for the pa-t
twenty-five years. They represented di
rectly opposite principle, a practical ap
plication of which would produce different
results. Democrats would have trouble this
fall, Itepublieans would have no trouble.
The "little job" put up in the Democratic
concntion by "boss" Democrats' and dis
loyal Itepublieans, resulting in a mongrel
ticket, would be a very large dose, of even
Democratic medicine, for many Democrats
to take. Do said it was not the purpose of
lt publicans to surrender tho controling
power in this government, until Itepubli
eans could cast their ballots with as much
freedom in the south as Democrats will in
the north. Tho tarilfaud prohibition ques
tions were ably presented.
Mr. Lawrence tho nominee for representa
tive, followed in a very commendable speech
in which he told in a frank and manly way.
his views on the ital issues of the day. Ho
told how ho would vote and use his influence
in the legislature in case he was elected.
Notwithstanding this is a Democratic
community, every one appeared satisfied
with the arguments of the speakers.
F. "W. I'liii-Mi"-.,
A. M. i:i!ssi:i.i, President.
Ai:ka.vms Cnv, Oct. SO, lSi.
To tl.t.'Jitorofthr Kaglt!
The pot'Hice is being moved into Mr.
l'liillips' building, opposite Commercial
block. Messrs. ltidenour fc Thompson are
also moving their large stock of jewelry into
the same building.
Frank J. Hess is in Winlield to-day com
pleting the title to quite a number ol valua
-Mr. lleiitw ell's little seven year old daugh
ter was thrown from a horse a few days ago
and had two of her ribs broken.
John Filmore while out hunting hist week
accidentally discharged his gun, the con
tents passing through his left hand, mang
ling it fearfully. Two of his fingers had to
M. Ayers A: Son have made considerable
improvement to the Canal mills lately.
They have added nine new sets of F. T.
-Mils. V. Co.'.s lolls, and three sets of Nordyke
rolls, giving now a capacity of over 200 bar
rels per day.
Judge Campbell spoke to the Democracy
of this place hist Mondav evening at the
Wo understand that Charlie Coombs has
gone to Wichita to connect himself with
the Kaoi.k. We regret to have Charlie
leave us, but trust ho will soon make as
many warm friends at Wichita as he loaves
here. Our prayers and best w ishes go w ith
Mr. James 11. Anderson, of Newton, was
in town looking up a location for a small
fruit garden. He has decided to return at
an early day and secure such a place. As
fruit ripeno hero much earlier than points
farther north, fruit could be put on the
market from this point much earlier and
would demand the highest price. Such an
enterprise would surely prove a success.
Maj. North, who is traveling for the inter
est of the World's Exposition at New Or
leans, spent a short time in the city.
The ladies of the Haptist church are to
servo meals for tho voting public next Tues
day. A. G. I
To ttie Killlor ortlie Kgl?.
An accumulation of matter renders it nec
essary to again po-t the reading public in
regard to tho "good water" city, and hut
Tuesday evening was an eventful one. The
Itepublieans had a grand meeting, well at
tended, and addressed by Judge .levvett. J.
M. Halderston, Mr. Firobald. Mr. Hammond
and our worthy represcntativo, ItobL Law
They spoke the truth in soberness, and it
had the very be-t effect ujvon the large and
attentive audience. Uncle Joo Hummers
prc-ided o er the deliberations, and made a
few happy remarks at the opening of the
lllaine. Logan and Martin and our county
ofliccrs will have a good report from this
vicinity after the fourth of November.
McQuoin was installed as pastor over the
l'rebytcriim congregation of Clearwater
October 2Sth. The sermon was preached
by Itov. A. 1). Moore. The ltev. J. N. Mc
Clung, of Wellington, presided and pro
pounded tho constitutional questions, and
delivered the charge first to the pastor and
then to the congregation. .Mr. DeLair hav
ing been elected deacon, was alo installed.
The brick walls of the new Presbyterian
church are nearly completed, and when the
building is completed, it will bo a beautiful
edifice, and will add much to tho appearance
of the town. The pastor, ltev. McQuoin,
is building a very flue residence on a two
acre lot, which, when completed, will be one
of the desirable bonus of the country.
John Shields of Indiana, former partner in
the bank has returned to the city with his
family and moved into his beautiful resi
dence and is building a fine barn and mak
ing other improvements upon his homo and
Mr. J, Fitzpatrick, lias moved into town
from Arizona, and built a largo blacksmith
shop, and intends building fine carriages,
and doing all kinds of work in his line.
Messrs Phillips &z Fincher hare built a
large implement house and will soon fill it
with all kinds of farm implements and ma
chinery. They are well acquainted with the
business and are worthy a share of the public
Esq. Itoss is building a fine residence, and
is nearly completed.
A new corn and teed mill has been built
and is ready for business.
Several farms have been bought by east
ern men the past two weeks, and will bo oc
cupied by them in the spring.
A clerk in Mr. FHcliheimcrV store re
ceived a fall, striking upon the back of his
bead or neck, which perfectly paralyzed his
whole system, and since has been in a very
critical condition. His recovery is very
"With the steady growth which our town
is now experiencing, the time is not far dis
tant when Clearwater will be classed among
the finest towns in the great southwest.
ST. JOHN'S FLOP ON THE TARIFF.
The following is mi extract from a speech
delivered by John P. St. John in Iluffalo,
N. Y., Oct24:
"I have been a workingman, I know what
it is to wield a pick in a mine to chop cord
wood and to swing a scythe. I have always
been a protectionist, but I begin to think
1 have been in error. I see the farmers
without a market: J see tho mills and man
ufactories of the countrvshutting down. I
see men out of work. What is tho trouble?
The tariff xv hich the Itepublieans promi-ed
should give us good times, has been kept up
but the Itepublican promise has not been
kept. I believe now that the tarill' protects
the monopolists ten times more than it docs
When the writer last talked with John P.
St. John, during his recent visit to Kansas
and since his nomination for president, he
was as strong an advocate of protective tar
ifl'as James u. JSIainc. There is no cxeu-e
for this sudden lion, no reason or explana
tion except that he has joined hands with
the Democracy to destroy the Itepublican
party. He stated to .lames F. I-cgate in a
recent interview in New York that "I will
teach the Itepublican party that there is a
Cod in Israel." The cause for which John
P. St. John deserted tho Itepublican party
seems to have become seconuary with him
to the success of Democracy. His senti
ments are Democratic, and his abu-e of the
Itepublican nominees and the party and
its platform points unmistakably to the
great wish now controlling him, viz.: To
assist the Democratic partv lo defeat licpub
licanism. Governor St. John does not de
deserve the vote of a. single Itepublican Pro
hibitionist. His ambition i- now to make
himself a national power and to become such
he throws himself into the hands of th"
Democracy as an alley. Much n wo have
believed in and worked for St. John in the
past, we are convinced that his present
course makes him a traitor to the Itepubli
can Prohibitionists of Kansas, and that he is
undeserving tho compliment of one single
vote in the state.
Prohibitionists of Kansas should, before
giving Governor St. John a vote, remember
that his effort to-dav to place tho Democ
racy in power would sit back tho cau-e of
prohibition twenty years. Capital.
r sKtuWIIJM CoC.NTY.
SviTAHUSUKU l: JX7"
of Pine Lumber.
13 O.ftce ai.il I'mrf on Market Si rtrt, brlireai
tmgltit Avenue end Vtrit Slrrtl. -i,t
BUNNELL & ROYS.
Agents A.,T. &S. F. R. R. Lands
llie olilest -lnlilisliel real estate Ann In the
city. A larco list of lmtli cltr anil roimtry
lirojiertj' for sale at reasonable prices.
Money lo Loan at 6 Per Cent
OUU INhCUANCK AGKXCV.
Aetnn, or llnrtf.ml W.l'Ji.till
Gcnuau American, of New York 4.fVi,a
IIartfur.1, of Ilartfor.l 4,SII,20
Home, of New Yori T.l-s'.f.ir.
Ins. Co of North America, of l'liit.i.. y.oTl.o;
Ur. A I-ond., A tilube, of Liverpool, 5,771, 9.V1
riicrnlx, of Hartford 4..V..OIU
Underwriters, of New York .V!'J.7:il
The Equitable Life, of New York m,tx,it0
K3"0!Hceln Hoys' block, upstair, over liank
COIt. IKIUGI.AS AND LAWHKNCi: AVS
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 130 & 138 MAIN St.
Uesl.leno on I.nv rence Avenue.
Avenue 1'i.st-Oaire Itov fAI
Wichita Meat Market,
All KinflsofFreshanrl Salt Meats
Of the v cry belt quality.
Thmtday and Friday.
Lake fih WtJncsdaj
C. II Noiminor I. W. Snx kwkll
ROYL OIL COMPANY,
Carbon. Laltricaliau'. Lbeetl and Lard 02s.
TURPENTINE AND GASOLINE.
Coal Oil and Gasoline delivered to all tiartiiof
S-'l Douglas ave - - Wichita, Kansas.
Killeen &. Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Steam k
Sleani Healing Venlilitin a
Job work promptly atteude.1 to.
Werner's building, Douglas avenue.
H. R. CAMP,
Walcbcs, Jewelry SilFerware
Also branch ofUce for the United ;u:
Waldi Comiwnv tj" One door west of the
Valley House. Douglas avenue X-
Sure care for pmorrlies, chnrdee, gleet, in
Cimmatton of the bladder, Udnejs, pa-tole
gland; whites, Inflammation of the urethra,
vagina whites, and all direaes of either male
or female or the urino-genltal organs. For sale
bv Swentzell A Donglas, UniggisU, oi(slte
isjsionioe nicnua rtansaa.
Fresco Painting, Sign Writing,
Plain nnil in artistic lints, will be executed in the latest style and manner
by J, RUDIGER, lately established in this city.
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO..
In hard timei like these, it pays everybody to save whstevcr
they ran. We are here to sell jjood and durable made Clothing
Cheap. We have placed a line line ol Overcoats for men and
bojs 15 to '2r per cent cheaper than any other western house ever
nflcred iheiu before, having bought these goods late in the season
nt panic pi ice- forcaih. Wool at 14c; wheat at 50c. The above
fact can only be ascertained by paying us a visit. Xo trouble to
X. 15. Whin; Shirts
422 Douglas Avenue.
Wichita City Roller Mills!
I lie r ..ran.ls Imve li-e n mi the market Km-t, West, North unit South for ten years, ncl have
w hi i.u eininlilc reimtatinii wherever Introduced. To try them is to etv with theiu We are
ulvvn.v s in the marLet for u licit nt highest cash
hOI.. II. KOIIV. l-r.-MiKiit
A W.OI.IVKU, Vice-I'resitk-ut.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
SUCCESS,) US TO
OUGANtZED l! 'b7..
A W. OLIVER, M. W. LEW, 9. T. TL'ITLE
Nli:i)Kt!I.A.VI)KI., W. It. TUCKEU, JOHN DAVIDSON'.
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK
Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business.
Kiistcrn and Fwiijit JZjzchantic bomjht and sold.
U. S. lionds, of all denominations, bought and sold.
1-tf Count if. Township and Municipal Bond bought.
A FEW OF THE REASONS
Why you -houM nut taUto buy jour Hpti
YOST & BENSON,
1. Loup rierlenc(a enables me loonier from
Hianiifnclurers lcnreof eveij description use.!.
Mini to have tliem nlvvav s on liftml. .ineueut
ly customers, with Oie exception of extreme
ra-.es, stiller noilelavi.
1. At our ollire touhIII 11 ml nil the ajijili
ances known to modern science for Hie detec
tion oflmperftct vl-inn. Have recently receiv
ed from (iemiany a wonderfully constructed
instrument called the Optimeter, a Krent ini
pioreinent iu optical iuftruinrnts for the de
tection of the powcrH of accommodation of each
. A careful examination la made with In
struments that jtoliit oil
4 llavins the proju'r I
runs midert.lanil their res
are able to in-ert them In bow, or frames, of
any material ile'ired by the customer, t-ettin?
Ihe lenes (or ilase) at ibe proper ancle Alo
in bovtA or proper wldlb. adjusting the lenses In
front of theeje? mj that the cone ot I he lene Is
directly in harmony with thelenseoftheeve.
5. Ity liiviup len-t-i (or classes) raatfe of
HrazitliKii ielble, (.-round polished, and so con
.truoted in t-hape. thronphout, nConlinf? such
perffct ease and comfort to the wearer Instead
of a continual los-.of-.iRht, rlnlou actually Im
pnivrs by their u-e unme and see for your
selves, lalkvxith those that hare given them
atrial Hear what they have to tay Youwill
be convinced to have your eyes rberly fitted
with n pair of mv Inmroved lenes Will not
only wave yocrinoner but !-ave vour vision.
the value of which cannot be computed In paltry i
u.Miars ,insj-i ai iut orace une oi me uet
natured men you ever saw No trouble to show
poods or answer questions. If von will take
vour turn a they do in poine to mill If vonr
case is a der-ieraie one, if jour eyes have been
medically treated or curcicjillv "operated on,
after which alnio-t Invariable svectacles are re
quired It Is of great Importance to yon to
have the propvr s!ectae!es, thoe poss-lng
all the merits above-1 described
If von are -.Veptlcal bring your oculist or nr
geon with you It Is a ple.a-.ure to do business
with tho-e that understand business. 1 always
ell my Improved lnes to the medical fratern
ity -hj I ay to the re-t of creation, procure
spectacles where th.we do that understand the
merits or demerits of the same
Stain Street, next door north afPoatofflce
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
E. IT. IisITXISrSEX.L, 2. x..
Proprietor and Sonreon la Cfiarcre,
58 Jf ortii atain Street
P S. Catarrh of the No. Throat arxl Ears J
cami ny a mini arju new process, mil give
relief at once. Cores iermanent acd guaran
teed, or the ca.e not endertaken. I also ce
ihe Urinkerhua system In the treatment of
Pile, and Kcctal Ul-eses, which D painless
and never falls to make st-edysnd wrmsneat
,, ' '
A Snrc Ttilea-.
Tor the m;jicDt oire (irithoot jnrreanr Ie
ny forra) of trpblHU. In elthtr th jjrliary, t
wmJry or Urttarj ise tcrorol, coprr
olorrl blotckf on th fa or irjn. cccr,
old torn, r-aurrb, rhenmatUm, ra!tl h.juj, j
nlfrn, ru&Blnzorr, &cl nil tSlttut rtlarl
from bljl poltoo, carrl br lr, Tornr' InJUa j
I'.looJ Cat. A junpbln oa trpliillU rtr. I
For ult by 5wnUll Jt loupis, drcrvltu, I
oppolt 3toSire. Wlchlu, K&qju. rrlc,
CT(itolUrspriJicka; W&matcJ. UilT
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
OLIVER & IMBODEN CO.
WAI.KKIt, Aea't Cashier.
OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
On and after Monday, October 1.7th, IsM,
tion Is made with In- !
it all theilrn-tUtobe fcV P O i T i.
iitt; o-ACr6 LOIS
On Glaie and Fonrth avenues In our Glaze and
Faikensteln Additions, between the Union De
pot and the Santa Fe and Fort Scott Junction
north, at low prices and on favorable terms.
This is the best thing going In the way or desir
able suburban homes. Near the present Union
De.ot terminus or the Street Hallway, and on
the ronte or its probable early extension.
Prices and terms at oar office, 119 Douglas ave
nne. Eagle block.
JOCELYN 4 THOMAS.
Qr&Ul and Produce CommissiOD
., , . .. , , .
Chicago market report, received .very fifteen
m - ?n" ,t",a V'wi-v,!0..'"? "' ???
OBdatiB. Bank. Hlchlu lUoaaa. Deal
r la grain aod prodoc Invited to nuktanv
1 oBc their headqnarUrs. d-J-tf t
Druggists and Grocers.
riRST BLOCK WKST OF TREMONT HOUSE.
30 & 32 Douglas Ave, WiehiUK&s
READ MY PARTIAL LIST AND CALL FOR
17M. 3iu acres In Sumner county, 6 miles
north of Caldwell ; 70 acres In cultivation, all
irood land. W.WjO.
1T33. Quarter-sectlin 5 miles west ol North -
field, SMiraner county ; CO acres under cnltlva-
tion. $1,SW. .
17SS. yuarter-seciiou a imies noriueass oi
Mulvane, Stunner county; one-half under cul-
tlvatlon, smalt granary. i,'.s.v, souu on s
"-ears' time at 8 percent.
1731 320 acres unimproveu ianu a miies
south of Northfleld, sumner county; good liv
ing water 2,W0, or will sell ijuarteK sepa
rately. 1730 Unimproved quarter 4 miles north of
Nortbtleld. A 1 land. S,0H)
17311.010 acres 3 miles south of Cheney ; 40
acres ill cultivation. 'Jhis iscplendid land and
17jS. Io0acres2)i miles north of Cheney; 20
acres in cultivation, liqing water. $1,W).
1737. Quarter-section 7 miles south of Cheney;
house ot 2 rooms, stable and cribs. $J,t).
173iJ. Quarter-section 10 miles south of Cheney ;
00 acres in cultivation. $!,).
1735. Unimproved quarter 5 miles tonth of
s vv 12-211-10 west, Kingman county,
20 acres broke. S1200.
ISfiS. vv 1-2 of w 1-2 32-23-jw, Kingman coun
ty, 30 acres broke. 100.
1371. Quarter 2 1-2 miles s cor Cheney, $2300.
1503. luOaSnilleaa o or Wchlta, sjiuOO.
1U03. lOOainsco 4-2S-3 east, llutler county,
25 in cultivation, SI.-).
1622. Qnarter4 miles n 'of Garden Plain,
1(32. lfiO a 2 miles n vv of Garden Plain, 20 a
1KJS. n o 1-1 33-35-1 vv, 7 miles n vv of Garden
1010. n e 1-1 1-30-1 vv, all raw, 81500.
I:sl. IfiO acres 2 1-2 miles northeast of hen
ey, unimproved ; SI. 200.
l,r-"i. l,7tV)acrei In Greenwood couutj,one
h.ilf gool fawulnglHiid, living vvaier, 10 miles
to good railroad station, a Hue stock range;
87.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance 1 hnd 2 years
at !) per cent.
lsil. 1. 10 acres, 4 miles coutlivvest of Sedg
wick City; S17.00 per acre;
HiO. lc) acres 2 miles west of Amlover, wat
ered by Four-Mile creek, cheap at SI, 700
ISi'J il acres 3 1-2 mllea east ot t.oddard,
all eplendid laud; $2,70 J.
1720. tO acses 3i miles southeast of Ilayne ;
ali in cultivation. Di -story hou-oof 3 rooms,
good stable, corn crib and grauary, nice grove.
1721. ICo acres f miles southeast of Derby; 10
teres iu cultivation, house, stabluand granary,
bO acres all hedged in, loo apple trees. $2w.
1711. lw) acres 4 miles soutiieiist or llayno: lii
story house or 3 rooms, good stable, crib and
granaries, so acres in cultivation, peach orch
ard, Ji mile or hedge, 9.',7ii.
1710. 100 acres 0 miles from . learvvater ; 00
acres in cultivation, living vv ater, some hedge
and shade trees. $2,0-0.
1729. Quarter-section or raw land 2; miles
from Northfleld i.li. $1,100 on .1 years'
time at s per cent.
1728. loso acres In Stimuer county 4 miles from
Caldwell ; watered by the Chikaskla anil several
springs, 4oo acres under cultlv ation, 3 dwellings
and other improvements. SI LOW
No. 1712 lit.) acres3,' miles soutlieast or
Garden Plain, to acres in cultivation, nice
gTovea or cottouwood and box elders, "00 bear
ingpeach trees, living water. This is a bar
gain; 82,7(), part time.
No 1711. 100 acres 2 miles west of Valley
Center, nice house lGvJtt with addition 7x11.
stable, granary ami cribs, at aero pasture, good
bearing orchards of apple and peach trees
IGsl. 100 ail miles s vv or Wichita, small house,
b0 a under cultivation, good orchards or apple
and icach, nice grove, WHM.
15.11. lui a 1-2 mile from Cheney, 10 a in cul
1532. 311 a 7 miles w ol town on CovvsLin
creek, IsO a under cultivation, 10 a of timber,
house of 3 rooms, gTauary, stable and other
buildings, all hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orulrards and groves. This is a beautiful
place, fc ler writ
1534. 100 a 8 miles s or town, near llaysvllle
post-office, 110 a In cultivation, goodl 1-2 story
house with addition, barn 20x30 vv ith loft, corn
crib, smoke house, Ac, 13 a pasture, good
beoring orchards, S.13 tier acre
1530. 210 a I miles n vv or Goddard, 110 a in
ultivation, I 1 2 story house or 7 rooms, ice
house, store buibling, post-oilice on place, good
enecs, living vvattr, some rruit, 40"o ami
terms to suit.
1510. 100 a 1 miles s vv or Goddard, 1 1-'2 story
house of r. rooms and good cellar, stable tor 0
horses, cow stable for 3 head, granary, cribs Ac )
good hedges, 30 a pasture, wired, 50 li in cultl -
vatlon, living water, orchard, Ac , 81000, easy
1511. 100 n I miles e of Cheney, 100 a In culti
vation, living water, some fruit, $1200
1517. i'j a 1 1-2 mile s Garden Plain, 120 a in
cultivation, 1 1-2 story house of 1 rooms and
good walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear creek, S25oo.
1550. 100 a 5 miles n or Cheney, 70 in cultiva
tion,; house, solus fruit, waterid by Spring
creek, $22.50 per acre.
1551. 1C0 a 2 1-2 miles s of Garden Plain, 113a
in cultivation, good house, barn, granary, Ac ,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a of line bud
ded rrutt, $-.000.
1551- 10) a In Itntler county, 5 miles from Au-j
frusta, 20 a or timber, 120 in cultivation, good
nonse, granary and Btable, plenty of fruit, Uv- i
ing water, $30uo.
lain, loo a 3 1-2 miles w oi v alley center, 1 1-2
tnrv linnu. .-. rooms and ridlnr. ernnnrv and
other Improvements, watered by I Jttle river, u?-' "), lotUJ- ., .,,., , . .,,
$V1 per acre Ichita street, $3").
"l.VJl. 105 a'.1 miles n ol Wichita, house with 2 1 f1?- oU a Douglas ayenue, tn)
rooms, small barn. 110 a In wire pasture, g.xid . 0 ':' A nice plat or ground for sub-dlvld-orrhards
of apple and pcact. 825 per acre . ing on Lawrence and Toika avenues, can be
15S3. lCOaSinllesseortown.Siialn cultiva- 'll a,a barPai "
tion, 130 a renced, young orchanl, watered by ' -J".0- 'I'- "nalnesa lot on Main atreft, 10f.
Gypsurn creek, k), $1000 cash, balance oh .,- Irge lot on Market street, cheap at
time at 7 per cent "
151. Quarter sec 1 miles n or Garden Plain,1 No. 7. A large lot Tor sub-ilividlng, on Ccn
house with 3 rooms and small barn, 10 a in pas- tral avenue
ta,'.,!'' ., , . , , business properly In Idall, Cowley
15s.,. lwiaS miles w or town, good frame county, bent location in town AImi farrr.or
building, 100 a In cultivation, young orchard, 101 acres adjoining the town. Will trade for
JJ"- ' Wichita property.
1020. 100 a 5 miles n vv of Wichita, 00 a incnl- Iits ol two to ten acres 011 College Hill at
tlvation, rest enclosed in pasture, g'tod house
and stable. 0O"l.
IC21. 100 a 3 miles nw or town, all undercnl-
uvalion, I 1-2 story nousn or I rooms, stable,
orchard and shade trees, $-o
1C23. IGOau miles sw or Wldilta. IW a In 1
cnltiva'Jon, honse with I rooms, stable, cribs
1621. 1C0 a S miles w or Wichita, 120 a in cul
tivation, house and stable, $1500.
1025. 010 a 2 1-2 miles nor Garden Plain, .W
a In cultivation, 2 houses and 2 stables, living
No. Ifc50. 1-2.1. acres splendid river bottom.
0 miles south of Wichita, 110 acres In cultiva
tion, house or 3 rooms, stable and granary.
goo.! neoges on two sine., waier-d oy ArK-invis ' xhg iat(, improvement. Id West Wichita, in
ne'. Bijoii Iraring ordiard and plenty of rinding the new passenger, lepot , have brought
small fruit: $10 per acre us an nnprecedentfsl demand for loU In that l
No 1-1.. Kfl acres, one. mllf from 7owan.N,!C,Hty It I. the ner-t vacant property to the
50.J5rM.iln oiltlvation, g. .1 roomed house business center of Wlrhlta. and there Is no
with cellar, bsrn. ctrals, etc , pnrtly fence.!, ,ionM ir , rBpl,i prow th and a good advance on
good orchanl, sbundance or living waier; J2W present Prices
1?42. 1(7) acres 2 miles north of Clearwater. 70
acres In cnltlvatlon. house of Srttoms, hedgeail
around, tine orchanl or bearing lynches: Sf.'jnO.
Isio. lCoarres5inilesFa,tof Derby, 120 acres
in cultivation, house of 3 rooms, stable etc.,
orchards. 1-3 crops with place; 81,300.
1.K11. ICO arre, ." miles sr.nthea.t of Goddard
on Dry creek, all In rnltivatlon, house, stable,
mnprv- rrlhs etc... Iietltslon twosltles. Tfluni
J orchard, living water; SW jt acre
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Corner Douglas and Ecperia Avenue's,
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
N. F. Niederlander,
Corner cf Emporia nnd Douarlaw Avenue.
Ihave the gole agency for lots la Stevens' ad
i ilitlon. These lots arc centrally located, and
are having ready sale.
I No.Stsj. M lots on L'mporia avenue, east
' front; ti3 each
' No. 377 Two lots on Fourth avenue, good
No, 37C. Fine property on TopeVa avenue.
i ia-geiot. goounouse, veryciieapaisj..''.)
i o. 3.0. in tots on nrst street,
. liou-e. barn
and enrnaze shed: $1,500
No. 371. Comfortable resilience In north part
of the city, one and a half acres er land, house
10 rooms, barn and out buildings, powt fruit
and shade, i!,HJ0.
No 300 New house of tl rooms on south To
peka avenue, two lots, a splendid bargain at
No. 301. rwe new residence or s rooms on
vv aco street, east front, gootl cellar, gas, wa
ter, bath, modem stvle, good shade aud Iruit;
No. 3X. Light lots north on I .aw rence avenue
una Jiarket street. SI.TUO.
No 35.1 llnus'wlth 3 lots on Kmporla ave
nue: nrlce. $LM0
No. 3IJ. Pleasant cottage onillil street near
Douglas avenue, barn and out buildings; $2,000
No. 311. 20ofect ou Head avruue, five tene
ment houses of 3 rooms each; will pay it good
interest on me investment; 9,imi
21)5. New cottage of5 rooms, on Topeku ave
nue ; south corner lot . very cheap at $l,40u.
No. 277. Light lots on Main and Market
streets, 23x110 each; SI km.
No 273. Small house on Tojieka avenue,
English's addition, lot 50x110; $1250.
No. 272. Cottage of Uvo rooms on Main street,
barn and coal house, lot t'lxlt'), east front,
milt and shade trees; $250J.
No. 211 Large lot 115x30.1 fret on Wichita
street; two small houses, hedge fence, all
kinds of fruit and lino shade; $llsi.
No 2.S2. Ten acres south or the city, very
lMi. Good business proitrty on Water street ;
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call for
ftill description, price, etc.
ls-2. One acre lot on First street ; small house
of 3 or 4 rooms, two porches, young trees.
l'.'.l. Suburban placo south, four lots, bouse of
c rooms, cellar, presses and batn room. 2,oii.
102. Cottage or 3 rooms on Market street;
small stable, corner lot, good neighborhood.
Is7. A large dow n-town residence ; corner lot
lnoxllo feet, frame house or 12 rooms, cellar.
cistern, stouo walks, shade and fruit treis; not
many bucji places in me market. i ,uoo
No. 172, One-story frame house, Tour room
ami iiantry. on Mosieyavenue. Lot 10HX150 feet.
east front, corner alley, tine lruit and shade
No. 170, Cottage of four rooms on Waco
street, lot 52x112 feet, good fence, peach, ln-ar,
plum, cherry and line shade trees. ITico $1100,
ou good terms.
Fo. 10$. Five or six cottages in Last Wichita.
nnder rent at 20 per cent, on the price asked tor
mem. nouses new and in good order; a ciioiC"
No. ICO, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge fence, frnit and shade
trees, one acre of ground, $1500.
No. 1C1. House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, corner lot, 75x110 feet. Ham and carriage
house, apple, peach, plum, cherry and shade
No 130, Three cottages on Kmporla avenue,
Knf.-li.sli ndditiou, nil rented at good llgures, a
No. 127, House seven rooms on Lawrence av
enue, south; barn ror Tour horses, buggy shed
chicken house, water In bouse, line fruit and
shade trees. a beautiful home, 25uo.
No. 117, Elegant residence on To'ka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, barn, crib ami
outbuildings; broad walks, )ickt-t fence, fine
fruit and shade trees, $5"oo.
No. !rt. Valuable business property on Dotig
laa aiwnm., t!ru!laQ l,tcttii.n Call for prico
No. DO. line business property on Douglas
avenue; obi building, but very cheap at $5ooo.
No. tl. One-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, ,jo.
.no. :n i.uune:
proncrtv on Douzlns nvenue.
ailditlon. Frame building, rents well,
No. u.1. llusiness property on Maln'ntreit
nnder rent, $2500,
No. !!. An elegant resilience In the north
cast part of the city. Large grounds, fine fruit
j and shade trees, modern honse In perfect or
dcr; a rare chance to the right party
; No. 101. Cottage of five rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty of fruit, over one acre of land,
I No. 132. Two houses jn Wichita street, five
I rooms each, ccmenteu cellar, pnutry and clos
et in each house, nice shade trees, lot 50x150
rect, 81500 eacli
No. 135. One-story rraixe residence on Lnwr
I rence avenue, six rooms, cellar, coal house,
I carriage house, hennery, lot well renced, OOvllO
I rect Fine variety or rrnlt ami shade trees, bes
I locality In the city ,Prico $3300.
1 No. 14. Two lots on Kmporia avenue, Kng
jllsh's 5th addition. $500.
Xo. 23. Two choicfl lots on Douglas avenae.
une uusiness projMjrty. tan and get tne ngnres.
No. 21. Sjx lots in Lakeside ailditlon, cheap.
-V- " fivegoou lovs on v.oun Streei, Sfljo
nasonable figures This is the lavorlte rnliiir-
ban locality, and will soon be taken up for per
manent nnd costly homes
Tlio sale of lots In l"rry' addition has been
without a precedent in Wichita 10 acres Mid
at retail within three weeks. The low prices,
beautiful gronnds and rapid Improvement). 3n
surrounding property nerur a sale to every ens
tomer Here Is a rare chance for speculation,
as will us Immediate use
I have the exclusive sate of lota In Orm and
Phillips addition, south or the city This is the
highest plat of ground around the city, and
prices are within the reach of all, IW lots al
ready sold , and houses are springing up all over
tne a.i.iition can eany ana male a selection.
Wl HAVE PLACED ON
GOLDEN RULE STORE!
Of every shade and in fine qualities. These goods are offered at
half their value, we bought them very low.
An Elegant display at less
AT REASONABLE RATES.
NASSAUER & HIPSH,
First Arkansas Valley Bank,
.1V0. :t:t J1AIX STItKKT,
Banking Institution in tlio Aikansas Valloy
Capital and Reserves, May ?, '84
firing the largest inalijtal indemnity to depotltor 'if ttug bank in the
Does a Regular Banking Business In All Its Functions.
Loans Long-Timo Foreign Money Largely Upon Satisfactory
Real Estate Security.
Wm. C. Woodman, Pret. Win. S. Woodman,
The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
Blaine & Logan,
Cleveland it Hendricks
TO BE SOLD AT $2.00.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
fJouglnt Are., one door tcett of (Jitiitn Hank.
T. W. COVERDALE
Bank of Commerce.
(IfATrtKMi A JIAKTI.KY.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Sftcsritiet-
2ccd7ae Sepsiic, Tiss and Desa&d, at IsUmt.
liuyt atvl tclU t'tchanyr,; tnaktt collection; negotiate munic'j'at ttondt,
and trant'idt banking in nil Hi brnnchtt.
So. 17 Doujtlw Arcnuc, ------ Wichita, Ku.
J AS. I. UlXti 1KD. Vk-lT'j.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, - - - $52,000
JAMES I LOMIJAWJ,
J. P. ALLEN,
J. M. ALLEN,
GEO. K. SI'ALTO.V.
y.'d" IteiU, Jfake Coiitxtlviu, Buy a J Sell lUchune, and trust
or! a General Banking BusitM.
JEfCKfATOJf ACO ,9-rHlU3u,3f T. XATIOJCAI- BAKK OT AXCWCA, CkbMo.
TO COUNTERS OP THE
money than anywhere else;
& COLD CASHMERE!
122 Douglas Avenue.
- - $151,356.25
Cash. Win. C. Woodman, Jr., Atst. Cat.
HUSEY & KRCBNBRT
I.. U.HKIXVKU, CMr.
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