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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER; X 1884.
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M. M. MURDOCK, Editor.
SATURDAY 310KNING, NOV. 1.
COUNTY AUDITOR'S REPORT.
Elsewhere in this i'suc will be found the
county auditor's report fur the last quarter
4which i now published in lieu of the eoni
lnifsioners' proceedings. This report cot ts
the entire expenditures by the county, show
In;; what for and the legality of each ac
count or otherwise, l'roin this report run
,tax-paer will qu it full understanding
of the matters presented, hut will fee at once
that Capt. Murray Mjt.rn comprehends his
duties under the law and knows how to dis
charge thofc duties. The report is nl'o pub
lished in the "U'i kkly Kvoi.e. together with
the treasurer's report.
THE PROBATE JUDGE'S SALARY.
The little complimentary notice we cave
efterday in regard to K. 11. .lewett, fecms to
haxclcind of riled our neighbor. "Wcliino
informed ourselves in relation to the pay re
ceived b the probate judge, and any one
elj can do so by csfiimnttion of his books.
Eveiy dollar of fee' received by him is a
matter of record. Ln-t ear the amounted
to el!tn hundred and fift dollars, . lewett
fas that the probate judge of Ilutlvr county
informed him la-t f.ill that the oilice puid in
that cminh, about fourtfn or fifteon
There it omc talk about the New York
preacbcj addre-s to Maine and the ex
pression, " lluin, Itomam-m and ltcbellion."
.Such talk is not well founded. Neither
Illaine nor tho preachers were responsible
for this fool speech which vn made In one
Jtuixluinl, who had been selected to re id
the resolutions t Mr. Ulaine. To tlio sur
prise and mortification of all he tun his
religious prejudices iuJo a political matter.
Nobody thinks tho k"- of Blaine or le-s of
the Xcw York minislt r- for fool Uurehard'-.
Ciiiit. I'-ddi-ton i working like a Triton
and will liaio tisited almo-t etery conur of
the county ere the canas clos, ,. As a re
publican no man bus :t better record.
Whether tlctled or defeated ho is nlu.tjn
stalwart Ki publican. Utit h will not be
defeated this J ear. The people of this coun
ty, especially the llcpublicati have come to
know him foi his sterling worth and -ound
judgiw nL He is a man with the courage of
his comictions, who beliee, in calling
thingsby their sight names and who netr
flinches :i duty howeer disagreeable,
ard one might as wed tn to bulldoze agen
( nil backed by an aimy as to try to intimi
date J. M. I! ilder-ton. His ennta-sof the
county has been ery moderate for the most
part in which he has aured the people that
iL elected he will, to the ten best of his
ability and judgment, do his whole duty,
and conduct his olliro and the prosecution
of the state oer in the piiit of tho law and
for justice, and as economically a possible.
We hear nothing but good words (or CajiL
.lake lialderston, and we hope to haw the
pleasure of recording his flection next Wed
Hy the Minis'er of the Colored Church.
7- the KJitarnftkt Hotly Eaalt :
n minister of the gospel, I wih to say
a word through your widely circulated pa
per to lojal ritizens in belnlf of our coun
try. Among the mam thousand cllbrts
that are being made and many great sacri
fices tint arc made liy een true hearted
oiti7en in the land, to preserve mutual for
all. J feel deeph inipreCfC-d that to riach
the great cliiii'i-i of icton, the praters of
the faithful are reiiti'i., because the i'iblc
tell us the prawrs of the righteous shall
pn-tai). Klias jiratid and the beaten were
closed for three tears and six months; and
God has promised to hear and answer jirat
ers wlienetcr it coiii" from earne-t hearts.
Oh, Chri-tin bchetew, turn this great na
tion d struggle oter to God. Make our
Heatonlt Father the conductor. There is
much at stake for our interest; the rv-.poiis.i-bility
is ton groat. (Jod began this work
m flflt-nine and ho i abb- to carry it
Let US pray for J oil's will to be done in
bclnlf of jiii-tiec regardless of man or wo
man. Our country has pro-jreeil for gen
eral good more in twentt tears under the
It'puhhc.m administration than it did in
one hundred 1 1 in-prior to that time. If it
double lite times in twentt tear what will
it do in one hundred tears! Tor this rea-on
even true citizen, regardless if partt, ought
to vote tho Kepubliean tiekit.
1 own but one tote and that 1 owe to the
lotal partt of our eountrj that made me a
legal citizen. That partt I expect to cast
my vote for net Tuesdiy. 1 will tote it
from contictions of right towards my fel
"We, tho members of the Second Hapti-t
church, feeling that the Lord has heard our
pratern in behalf of thu church, after many
months trouble that we hate been delitered,
mid peace and harmony been restored, and
are now preparing for a rcvital
ol religion in our church and
city nnd wo wish to solicit the pratcrful
co-operation of all the followers of Christ.
And one of our temple preparations is to
pn pare chairs to till our church. Who will
git e one clnir! Any b"netolint ladt or
pi ntlt mi n can donate to the rhucli one
chair. Such will be kind enonsih to record
their names with llro. Dan .loncs at the
Occidental, i.nd gne him sixty cent, or Mr.
S. G. Winch at the pu-.tolliee store for the
church. .1. 11. Laws, pastor.
for The Eagle
BT DOXXEL aTKCXT.
Turn the rascals out. New York Sun.
The placemen's on the rampage, with vigor,
might and main,
Their appetites are whetted to gorge them
With hungry maws all empty, and molars
And for tho saturnalia they're to each other
And after the election they're ready to begin-
So bot, you all get ready to "turn theras-
The buzzards scent the hecatomb, afar upon
And with keen instinctite eagerness they
pine for the repast?
Their leaders croak and gabble, from rock
and cliff and roost,
And call upon the rank and file to give the
Hut their croaking? cannot reach them abot o
the noise and din
The croakings of the rascals, to "turn the
The cormorants are hungry, and anxious for
And marshalling their forces, in north, and
south and casL
And through the west they wander, with
tigor, venom, zeal,
Here, and there and yonder, with many an
To a keen, discerning public, who think it
i too "thin"
To irrant them their desires and "turn the
The people call them htbr"d, of etcry tir-
And say they're but a cro-s between the
bourbon mid tho dude;
And such a tile amalgam, mot c rtainly, as
I foreign to, and mii-t abhor, the name of
But still the ofliee-hungrv brood are so irv
clined to win.
Thct- call unon the multitudes, to "turn the
When tico the place of tirtue
times of honest men;
When libertines shall rule the
dimairoirues the pen :
When liberty her armor doll"-, and progress
won t mote on,
Or freedom to a despot stoops, the fierce
fought field upon
'Till then, we'll ne'er commit the crime
net er such a sin.
(For it would unforgiten be) to "turn tho
Wichita. Oct. 31, 18J.
For Mrs. Henry "Ward Needier to write
the letter, and on the subject she did, to
Gotenior Oleteland, was indelicate. For
her husband to parade the matter before a
public audience was tulgar.
General Jlutler sat s : The follt of any at
tempt to organize n partt in the south is too
nppnrent for ct en a serious joke. The labor
ing men of the south are negroes who are
not allotted to vote, and if allowed their
totes would not be counted.
WOODFORD ON BEECHER.
l'robablv the best answer to lleccher tint
has been made is that w liich Gen. Stewart
1. Woodford, of "cw York, made in the
rink at itrookltn the other night. Asa
specimen of clcaii-cntting rhetoric wo do not
flunk it has ocen furpasseu iiy ant tlimg ttiat
lias been said in this campaign:
There litcs in this city one of the most el
oquent clcnrtmen in tlin land, and one
whose sert ices in behalf of humanity hate
been of the most eminent character f be-
liete most thoroughly in tho honesty and
purity ot that gentleman. tiv commence
and faith in that gentleman nro absolute.
Hut not many tears ngo there came an hour
of trial to that gentleman when there was
nothing between him an utter ruin but the
confidence of the loting hearts ot the people
of Urooklyn. There were letters produced
and read" upon a public trial then held in
this citv, nnd which lasted many months.
Had these letters been read and inter
preted in the spirit and by the methods
jTsUed by Scliurz in reading and ex
plaining the Fisher letter against Hlainc
they would hate tint en that clergt man from
et ery pulpit in the country and from et try
homo nnd fireside in the country. Immense
and prolonged cheering, mingled with cries
of "That's so."l And whv, inv friends, was
not that base attack upon tho character of
this mau succe'siui: Mmply and alone he
cause the good people of Itrookltn had faith
in the honesty and integrity of their neigh
bor. Great "cheering. Wo stood firmly
between him and his slanderers, and wo
sated him. (treat applause. I want my
old frit ml who entered the Fremont cam
paign with me in ltvil., who for thirty tears
lir.s lit ed in the full sunlight of public life,
who faced Hen Hill and his rebel colleagues,
whose name is foreter a--ociated with all
the great issues which the Kepubliean
party has carried through 1 want
lor that man tho same kind of justice from
the people of Itrookltn that they hate exer
cised in the past. Let Urookltn be to-day
as just to tho statesman us she waj a feu
ears ago to tho clergt man. The tflect on
the audience of Gen. Woodford's words was
electrical. It roso en masse, and for set end
seconds thcro was a sea of wating hats and
stamping feet that fairly shook the building.
Itut that is not a1'. "The depths to whith
the political cant ass has stepped arc cnoueh
to bring a blush of shame to tho cheek f
etery honest Ameritan. I said when the
Democrats went into the home of our candi
date and slandered the woman who is wife,
mother and grandmother, surely tho men
and women of this land who know what
fatherhood and motherhood mean will
rise up and bury this Democratic
party foreter. Whatettr may bo the result
of this campaign, 1 believe it will teach us
one thing tcrt ell'fctuallt, and this is that
hereafter we must be gentlemen in politic
and not blackguards. There wis a mo
ment of silent indiirnation on the part of the
audience that listened intently to the
speaker's word-, and then it broke out into
round after round of applause, showing that
it heartily indorsed Geu. Woodford' char
acterization of Democratic practices. 1
used tint word deliberately, as tho only
one adequately expressing what I mean.
Tho attack upon Mr. Maine's, home and
wife and family was and i blackguardism,
pure, simple and unadulterated. The de
cency of the people requires to-d iv that
this attack be condemned lit the utter and
crushing deft at of the Democratic p irtr and
tho Democratic candidates. It will be.
BLAINE Or'bUTLER, WHICH?
A Democrat who is opposed to the elec
tion of Cleveland asked Charles A. Dana, of
tho New York Snn, the following questions?
Who would advise a Democrat to toto for
who wishes the prophesy of the Sun ful
filled in regard to Clet eland being beaten
Maine or llutlcr! I should liko to t ote for
l. F. llutlcr; hut I think, in caso Cleveland
is sueh a man as tou say ho is, I owe a duty
to my countrv that require me to voto
where it will clothe most toward defeating
Mr. 1) ma answered tho question as fol
lows; We shall toto for llutlcr because he is a
Democrat, and also as a protest against an
unworthy Democratic candidate. Thosp
who regard tho defeat of Cleveland as the
supreme duty will voto for Maine.
A pamphlet stating the fact of the Clevi-land-IIalpiu
scandal has been printed by an
enterprising sensational publisher, and the
Democrats object to its pa-sing through tho
"nitod States mails, on the ground that it
is improper and obevne literature.
The crop of grapes and the wine made in
France this tear are unusuallt good. French
free trade journals sat : "If the tariff were
rcmoted the consumption in America of
this one article of French production would
be nearer 100,001,000 francs than the present
inconsiderable sum of 12,000,00a" The
Democrats call upon workingmen and SL
.John rails upon rrolulutionists to accom-
Just four tears ago Carl Schurz, in his
speech opening tho campaign for Garfield in
Indiana, declared that "the president of the
United States should bo a man possessing
the experience of actite work in icgislatito
bodies, especially in congress.-' He is now
assailing sueh a man in the interest of a
stupid skunk. Champion.
The Common wesilth states, on what it
claims good authority, that Gov. St. John
will not return to Kansas before the elec
Yo, and wo can now sav "cm good au-
Cthority" that he has left Sew York and i
before we go to press in Indiana. "We can
further say, "on good authority," that he
has, within u week, set a price for which lie
would withdraw from the race and announce
his belief that Maine, and l)gnn ought to
bo elected, which price was refused, And
this is the kind of a binder that somo Kan
pans havo been following for the past three
2or fouryearf, and lie is still represented in
this state. Commonwealth.
AN OUTSIDE OPINION.
Those in Sedgwick and Kingman coun
ties should not fail to cast their totes for
that grand old farmer, Hon. John Kellv.
He is not a bolter, but a true blue Kepubfi
can, one that tou know just where to find
him. Whatetcr toudo, don't toto for Kd.
Dorset'. It is ant thing to get an office in
ins estimation, uon t lorgct to cast tour
b dlot for that good old soldier, Capt. J. M.
Balderston; nlo L. A. Wilson for commis
sioner of tho First district- Sedgwick Fan-tsgraph.
We did net suppose that there was so ig
norant a man in Kansas as it seem that
there is in Fottaw atomic county. A Kepub
liean up there is going to vcito for Glick,
because through his influence he thinks that
the railroad bill was passed. We supitosed
that etery man in the state knew that it wa
passed by a Kepubliean legislature, and that
Goternor Gliek opposed "it to the last, and
at one time it was supposed that be would
teto it. It was pa-seel by a Kepubliean leg
islature, the commissioners were appointed
by a Kepubliean executitc council, and a
majority of the boanl are Kepubliean.
This man shows as much ignorance as a
Kepubliean in Shawnee county would who
would tote for Vcale on tho ground that he
was a Kepubliean, or one who would vote
for Williams with any expectation that he
would be elected. Commonwealth.
Auditor's Report of Sedgwick Gquiity, Kansas.
To the Couutv Clerk of Sedewlck county. Kansas : I hereby submit mr ronort
tho '27th 1 1 ay of September, A. D., 1884, showing under what law, and by virtue of wfaat
n jecied, my reasons therefor. I have the honor to be, most respectfully, etc.,
1m tM following (able, on the claims filed with me on
timet, aald ckfaw are alawed and where partially allowed or
Murbay Myw, Couaty Auditor.
NA ME OF CL MM ANT
l' t t.ratmm
U It Clark
C tf. WochI
ttllllamT Jenett . .
J C tt alters
M. L. .Miinn
J 11. Lawrence
J. V. I-awreuc . ...
II McKee . ...
tf II. Kwlght
Jp-,piti sjaclirowltr .
.!ose.li acliroIti .
J "V McCoinai.
ttlllUmTJ'welt . .
.Inlin T iicUer
t" W Ibonias
( IiIuko IJimber Co .
Arkmi-m Lumber Co
tf 1' Stem ..
H 31 Hirr ..
t illlnm KnHfell .
It Jacks .
T II liamliill
s K l'Mlpi
t tV Tlionms
3Ir .s K rinuk
.1 s. tVnrrcll
.1 t lnsaril.
C A t an Jei
J tf tt inprnl
I) V Kotter
Lliarlu A Foi-ler. . .
Melt in Haiifom
1 t Uiinnellv
K A l)ori--j
I. II .lewett
Mm raj Mters
Jibn V tVallsre
u C Fiirlev
31 Aley .
.1 V K. ar .
Llotil It Kerrell
tt lrhiia tVater O
O t I)alj. .
.1 IC -awyer
31 F llrow n
II I tinier
J ty tt Inpsrl . . .
(JeorKe K llarrlt .
llarrl & I'nlt
.1 tV 1 looil
II Mi in
Kntlin A Uine
All. llivcr Lumber Co
.Tiitaii Mewart .. . .
Mi3.1i.hn stewert .. .
31rs Henry Dryer.
J A Orerntreet
( s. hirliliuliz
0 C Dhl-) . . .
J M tllen.
P V Hesly
1 J I ane . . .
.1 IC Ilronii . .
A K Xnge
tf s Mnrri
tf IK niter
s. n tinier
(, W s.eenrtil
H I) IIniriiiim.il
I) M Dale
Perlliam t Ilellsr
J tf tt rlRht
.tV II "iternbiirs .
tl I bhearon .
1 N" tfooilcocls
I. N tyoodrot k
tJeorce K Klrkiatrlek
K Pt.inl . .
trustees 31 I. Church
J L tonper
l It Alien.
A tV oliter.
..I A Vel-iin
J II Dale
smith ,t White
Unlit r.V Holier.
31 Jaeks "
A K Ohburu
( & liiilimiiiiil . ..
.1 s M'urrall.
I! I) Iliiinnionil .
J F 'lhomii'i,
.l'litiei. llilnler. .
J F Keel
( hicami Lumber Co
i.eurce tV uchrib
J f ll.it al
t J Item n-Mt
I V liinr
N (, Leiinanl
'I hiiitt!i Jewell .
I K Preston
Di Me tilaim .
A II Mclsee
II I s-iinllii
John l 1'iliK'le
tt 'l .lewett
L . Wnoiltyock
L tt" Oiiir .
J A FilwanU
L tt" Dili, ru
J F I'liimnipr
J I l...lu
s Mc( urcl .
J J HiMln
J F 1 hemas . . ,
J -sailuowlt .
J T th-tlillen
I T Kee.1 .
Valentine I INworih
II 1) IlMmmunil
J tl liaiigherty .
C C 3ulnn ,
S tf 3lrCeir
J II Vurk
t M Itiis-Hl
( C Fnrley
C K Mr t -iih
K K tlrilaskj
l N isIILlk
tr s. K I'lank
J " t inganl
Peler E Packard
FOR WHAT SERVICE OB
Juror feeiUittriet eonrt ,
same . Kingman Co., Jane. 1-B3
wit district court. Mate Tl. T M Lane,
Bin homaV court. Mate T U Croakey
tame, state v ttm King
wit dlt court, same cue
same, Feb term, Htate t Kramer.
n, Slate Ti Farthing
tame, i-late vn Wm. King
constable' fees State t Croford .. . .
same. State v Itoby
Chairman Gobin, road
road viewing 4rh ate . ..
rent, probate judge office . ..
di awing Jury.. .
same.. . ..
lumber, lan of bill of Union twp.
same for Union twii
Iilcenii-hole ease for jirobate Judge ,
table for auditor's office ...,. , ....
repairs county clock
rare of Douglaa ave bridge 3H months,
chair-for court room, 12 .
mme for uiind bov
inaltiniciind fixtures. circuit elks office
iniue for Itena lluantta. Sherman twp
miilse, iinlls for bridge In Ureely twp..
'enre or pauper cnllu, o tveesis
ioihiiu tuning grave . ..
jo-tices fees' . . -
kme . .
same . .
-.ame .. .... .
I same . .
) same .
I Jil-lice's fees i .
uironer'a fees .. .
district clerk's feet
iroroner's fees, case ol Geo tt illiams.
' same .. ,..,
,1 same . .
bnl on an-essmeut
-alnr) an axst county elk . . ..
sal.ir as probate judge...
snlary hi auditor
salary as asst ( o clerk ...
-alary as Co. physician
same .. . .
. court) surveying
, same and repairs
work on jail
repairs on Douglas ave. bridge.,
same, Derby bridge ...
. rare Douglas ave. bridge... . .
Douglas ave. bridge, police
'work In dlst elk and Co building
lul on bill of Howell Uangle
coal . ...
lumber and hardware
mil-e. . ...
same . .... . ..
lumber . .
boanlliu paupers .
sewing lor paupers and nursing same
(extra services as Co. physlc.lau . . ..
jme ileal services . .
I 727 eo
wUaowa worn allow axcb.
Chapters, ArtleleS.OBO, IMcttoa M.
Chapter S3, Article 2,538, Section 13. Daaaltr, 1881.
same, scon 14
ChapUr 89, section 11.
Conti act with Co. Com., ehanter.25. acctlonlS,
Chapter 3H, eectlon 13. Uws 1868. Daultr, 188:
same, section 14
same, section It
Contract with Boanl or County Commissioner.
Cha ter 7, sections 1 an J 4, laws of 1868.
Contract with Beard of County Commissioners
Chapter 39, section 16, 1881 -
Chapter 39, section 1'., 1881.
same, section It
same, section 13
same, section 10
same, section 2
caso not decided
three dollars per week believed to be a reaa
charges seven dollars more than contract price
there It no record of claimant having been a
witness In this case
64 loforcarslesnessiu letting Flora est ape
same, eectlon IB
same, section 13
Contract with ltoard of County Commissioners.
Ii' Oo. Chanter 13 pageJbS laws of 1872.
-II Oil Chauter39. section 14. laws of 11.
..... WOO Chapter 25, section 9, laws ol IS72
.... M Chapter 39, sections 4 and C, contract with Com.
....i M Contract with Itoant or County Commissioners.
. . . . i 4 00, Chapter ft, section 1 1 .
....i "1 W same
....' 25 0 Chapter J9. section 8, Iawofl881.
....I 3 oo Contract with Hoard of Connty Commissioners.
no cause for holding Inquest
no certidcate frjm justice or sheriiT
this bill was acted on by (he board of county
commissioners, June, i-m.
same "" . .
same .,. . . .. i.....
salary Co rom'r, 3d qr. . . . ..
-alarj and lsistage staniis
alar ( o attorney
Altness fees . ..
ork on t-n Jail . .
ild to aupers, 5 bills ...
.alarj C treasurer .. r
alar and lge, le-s lees
noting enit cleaning Mirtetor's office
iiirvfee-: . . ..
herlfl fees . ....
alary Co. (iimml-sl'iner .. .
opt ol still ule
ent .mil mdsc . .
l-initor' silsry . ..
i Co physician's salary
i same .
work on Co. bldg
Ijury fees . .
' suns . ..
. con-table fees ....
iit fees . ..
11 2o Believed to be a reasonable compensation.
00 i ontract with Boanl of County Commissioners.
2 00 same
2 00 Chanter 89. section 11. laws of 1881 .
.V 0 00
'it it fees
post mortem ...
iconstnble fees . .
jury fees, case ol 3lart Moore, insane
same . .
ii imaee on it .1. Allen, road
-alarj, telephone, etc
juror Inquest tleo. ttllllams
same i nse..
tame case.... ....... ....... ...........
same case .
wli same case
iitror. istnte is II W Kice
sime. State vs Flora and rabln
ev ami blanks
fees, state rs Ay r- A Itolnh
'nursing iinzo iisn
repairs on LI Paso bridge
.wit fees. State v Avers & Itolph
'eon fees. State vs Perkins A Mohen...
visit to -t Mark
,i-lt to Vm Kickey by order of conrt
nit Tees, -tate vs rarthlng
wltfees , I
same .. ... ... ..... .
icomner's fees, luque't t!eo. William
cai on assessment iity ot lcnna ...
Jiwlice ies, ""tale is Joe Kriebel
i 1 no,
7n; lo) Contract wilh Board of County Commissioners
3 uo uuaptcrza, section J (isaj.
.... 218 691 Chapter 92, section 6, laws of 1831.
....' 50.IKI! Chajiler 25. section 1 (ISO) laws oflftal.
.... 7 'Ml tinier of Board of County Commissioners.
.... 12 :so Chapter 39, section 15, laws or 1881.
.. . 37 30 Or ier of Boanl of County Commissioners.
.... v ooi same
437 23 Clia iter 39, section 4, laws or 1881.
.... Pi 30 same
...' 33 75, ThN is all that was appropriated by the Bd. of Co Com
r... Ii07 33 Chapter 31. section
4 92i 1 30 ejr.ler of Board of County Commissioners
.... 25 0.)
a oo same
....! Chapter 3'l, section 16, laws of 13.il.
1 50 Chapti r33, section 1 (11a), laws or 1881.
.. r 479 4'j same
...J 75 00, Chaptor.TiJ, section 16.
.... 75 001
.... 5 8). Order of Boanl of Connty Commissioners
.... 1 90 same
...J 7 30 -mis
....I 42 05 same
....) 30 00 Services rendered
.... II 75, Contract with Board ol County Commissioners
7 Oo chapter T, section 13
.... IY1 50 ,nme
... 1 t0 Order of Hoard of County Commissioners
.... 1 10( ChapterSS. section 13.
.... 37 IWi Order of Board of County Commissioners
....1 M 90
.... I 2oj same
.. Chapter JS, section 15, Dassler, lsSl
....' 51 50 same
. . I.' 00 same
.... 60j sime, section 14
.... 8 00, same, section 15
.... 41 70' Onler Hoanl CountvOiminlssioners
.. . 10 30.
... 12 .V Chapter 39, seaion 13, Dassler, 1881 ,
10 30! Order Boanl or County Commissioners
' Chapter 36. section IS, Dassler, 181
16 3.S, same, section It
. .' s 60, Onler Koanl of County Commissioners.
. .. . n 701 Chapter 36, section It, Dassler, IP81.
.... 2 75, Ctame, section 13
3 ejO Cr.ler Board of Connty Commissioners
- 00 Chapter 39. section 14, Dassler, 188
.... 2 OO) chapter t7, section II. Dassler, 1881
5)0 chapter 39, section 10, Dassler, 1881.
.... 01 05 same, section It
fcame, section S
. .. 2C)'
10"' same, section 14
1 (lOi Chapter 7
.... 1 00 same
1 00( same ,
1 00i same
1 00 same
.... 30 oo Order Board of Connty Commissioners
.... 2 00 chapter f, eectlon 11. Dassler, 1S.1I.
.... 12 15 Chapter 39, section 4
1 I 30 same, section 14
... ' loo, same, section 10
i "" same
KZASOKS FOS DISALLOWANCE.
'order miit accoiupauy bill.
Chapter 23, section 122
same, iiassier, iwi
J, chap 39, sec 39, same
44 70 (ame, sec 12, same
3 50' ame, sec 14, same
2 00 name
10 3' -.in gee 16. same
12 55, order boanl of count v commissioners
lo 30 eh,,, jo ec 16. Da-sler, lasl
50' same, sec 11, same
2 00 same, see 13, same
1 25, chap 92
. chap 39, s c 13, Dassler, lte4
countv not liable for defendant' t witnesses
'has been paid
no cenlCcalefrom Ja-tlce.
must be certified to by oterseer of the poor
laid over for further informallon.
no certificate from Justice
, report not sworn to
no Justice certificate
co phys clan receives salary for this. 13 rec
.must show onler of curt
defendant witness Connty not liable
InoJcertlBeate from Justice
Inot sworn to.
;no certificate from justice
'report not sworn to
'defendant witness Connty not liable
was settled and ptld in Thomas' ronrt
'.no cause for hnldlne inquest
the connty boanl rejected this claim .lone.
,an old acconnt which Is referred toco att'y.
Or 8BD4W1CX COCXTT.
TA I U OF KANSAS, a I, Murray Myers, Auditor of Setltjwick comity, Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and forcfroitijr is a lull
eilj-wick county, ) ' and correct record of the accounts by'inc audited for the month ending October lit, 1821. and that the
amount? therein are allou ed by the Matute, and are ordinary charges for mch purpose or .eryice. MURRAY MYERS, Auditor.
W. L McBEE, I
Sedgwick County Abstracter.!
Abstracts of title compiled on short notice.
Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance.
S"3" Kcpre-entln set en
ptnies in the world
Ihe largest com-93-tf
GREEN'S S STAGE!
Green now runs a dally stage from Kloirman i 1)If!aI Ivfaslet ais-BP rasi
d " ' -r
j TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
Residence on Lawrence Avenue. nearCentrrl
Avenue. roet-Offlce Box M. tf
Wichita Meat Market,
'BUNNELL & ROYS.
DB. S . W. RICHMOND,
Jfaanetic uhvslclan. Cures disease of everr
nam and nature by maj-etlc treatmeat, wlth-
oat meuicine. uis cures are sceo.j mnu per
manent, aad charges rwroonable. Diasnoais
and consultation free. Parties from a distance
can boanl with him a reesonable rate. Oflee
on somh Waterstreet, Wichita, Kansas.
Attnrner.sit.lK-r-- Oflle on T.lTials ST'nns.
over Lynch' dry goods store. li-t-tm
""- gfalsftjtr Dcrnl.
v7m7joiixsos, m. d.,
TT ..!. s... VluV l.l.l ...I
XAUIULCUa.Ui... ICiUI'ld uivva. uiuu .1.4.1-
way north of postofflce; Wicluta. Kansas
Office hours from 7 to9a.m.,l to 3 and T to 9
p.m. Chronic diseases a specialty. ls-tr
DtxnsT. Office over Barnes Jt Son's drug
tore. Centennial block, tvichita. 41-
L. F. SIIERWOOD,
Dentist. OKcein Ferrtll ftolldins; opposite
oosloflice. Main street. tVichlta. Kansas.
Teeth extracted without pais by nitros oxide
a. . . ; .
G. W. C. JOSta.
AttAmer.s.t-ls.w. Offleo In Eairls block, over
Hovey A Co.'a tlry goods store. "i-ID-tr
Da. ty. 8. McBURNIE,
Formerly nhvslcian and snxirson to the Louis
vllle Citr snd Marina bosnital. and late health
officer of Springfield, Illinois, has located at
o. iv 3tain street, opposite tne postomce.
fo" general practice, special attention paid to
gynecology, electric and galvanic baths. Of
fice hours i to 10 a. x. and 2 to I r. x., and at
Dr. TV. S. Mcitaraie has opened" roos one
block south of Douglas avenue on east side of
Water street for Ihe special taeatmeut of all
remale diseases Hours itosp m on.tioa-
days, Wcilnesdays and Saturdays
TEIiRV A DUilOXT.
Architect and Superintendents.
Ko8 block. 'Wichita, Kansas.
I). V SMITH,
De-vtist. Eagle bulldlcg, Douglas avenue,
J W ADAKg. GEO. V ADAMS.
ADAMS A ADAMS,
Attorney- at Law. Will praelice in Btate and
federal courts. Office In Eagle I'.loct, Wichita,
HARItlS & 1IAUUIS .t KIKEUAUGH,
Attorneys at Law, Commercial block, Wich
J. M. ItALDhfCSTON,
ArroRxav AT law, Wichita, Seilgwick county
Kansas Office In Centennial llluck.
n. vr. colli.nos, eobt. m. fiatt
COLI.I.VGS A I'lATT,
Altornejs at Law. Will practice in both state
and Federal courts. Office lu Temple block,
Main street, second -.t-drway north of Tost
office, Wichita, Kansas.
E It UK.NT7.,
riiy.lclan and Surgeon. OCiteover fuller .t
J. J. ciuvr,
Architect and Suiierlnteii'leut. Office. Kmtl
Werner's block. Douglas aveuue, between To-
peka avenue and Lawrence St., Wichita, han
Demist. Office in Temple block. 1-tf
STANLEY A WALL,
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Office
Dter Citizens' bank
O. D klUK,
Attorneys.. Law Itoom o. .i,
office building, Wlchlia, Kaasos
U i. Land
Tlic Photocranher. Ilcturcsln nil sites and
styles, lie also carries the tinest assortment
or picture frames In tho city. Give him. a
friendly call and examine samples. d-2-tf
r. v. liouoToy,
Attomcts at Ijiw
tional hank, Wichita,
r. tv. BEVTLCV
Office over Kansas Na-
Contractors and bidlders, on First street, west
of County biiililln.
Fresco painter, !- writer and designer.
Kalsomlning, juper hanging, etc Unite, Get
to bullillng. on Douglas. ive. 1SS tf
Auctioneer. Clearwater, Kansas
J. K LVUCK,
Attorney at Law, Wfehlti, Kansas
K. (J KL'GGLKS,
Street, W'irhita, Kansas
orer No. Si, Main
DR J. C DEAN,
DatrisT. Rooms lu Field building
street, opiiosite llanllug.t Usher's
Attorney at Law.
il C SCHROEDER,
1'hysiclaii and surgi-on. Office west sldu of
Main street InW Winch's new building, near
Iostofflcc. litsldenct on Main street, bet. Cen
tral and Third streets, Wichita d-llt.'-' m
D. A. MITCHELL,
Attorney-at-lnw and collection agent
Main strett, Wichita, Kansas.
tV. G. HACKER
I. C JACKSON
HACKER & JACKSON,
Wholesale and Retail llenlers In
And all nlmli of
Stono, Lime, Cement, asd Hair.
Ft. Scott Flagging,
Grey & Blue Stone.
Office at llig Red Scales, No. 70, DonglasAve.,
South Bi de.Near Depot. tl
J. X STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent.
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 1"0 DOCGLA" AVENUE
Over Rarnes' Drug SWre.
Largest Agency in tie Valley.
DIETER & CAMPBELL,
Contractors &. Builders
BRICK AND STONE!--
Tartles ileslrinz s i lewmlk of WlafleM Cair-
glng of all sizes will do well to eall and gel
prices Iive onlrrs at tt J' "leru'a ntare on
Lawrence e . south of Donjias ave d-Vtt
Exton's Corn Mills.
FineGronnfl anflBoltedCorn Meal.
j Ground Corn and Oats.
j Corn-Chop and Bran.
! Steam Hay-Baling.
I Orders filled t.ruinr.tly lelrjbone to Ex
on s coal office
DYEING & CLEANING
Works 217 Main Street.
G. A.Peoplea, - Proprietor.
J. F. STAFFORD, "
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
"All Colors and Shades!"
They are cut In pieces of from 2 1-2 to 3 yards'
and will be sold at
$1.25 Per Yard!"
t They are Double Width, and the
sold at ia
price they will bo
Just One-Fifth Their Real Value.
Come early If you wish to Becuro a bargain.
Eagle Building (New No.), Ill Douglaa Ave.
First Arkansas Valley Bank,
Xo. S3 MAIX STKEET,
The Oldest Banking Institution in tho
Capital and Reserves, May 7,
Ilcinii Ihe largest qualified indcutniti to depositors uf auu bank in this
Slate of kanms.
Does a Regular Banking Business in All Its Functions.
Foreign Money Largoly
Real Estate Security.
Wm. C. Woodman, Pres. Wm. S. Woodman, Cath. Win. C. Woodman, Jr., Att. Cain.
The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
HU8EY it KRCBNERT
FOI. II. KOIIV. ITral!nt
A tV.OI.IVKIt, Vll-I'mt!rnt
vr u:vr, mm
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
OUCJA.VIZKI) tf. ".T7
a vr ouvr.tt, w. t.r.vx, r VTtt.K
MKOr.Kts,VMlElt, YT. U Tt'tKEK, JOHS IAVII.V
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Business.
Htutem and I'oreign lUehangc lvght and told.
U. i. Jtondi, of all dtntnni nations, tought and told.
1-tf County, Township awl Jtunictftl Jlondi bovghl.
tjrmnHI.Jr . IT'-Mrat,
JAH l bOMIiAUD. Vlc-f'l
L. tl. 1K.5Xl.lt. Cwtil-r,
oko. y. sfALitin. ai ci.if
Cold Water, Comancbe Connty ! j
ESTABLISHED IN 1870
A Complete Stock of Pise Lnnter.
J wjr on hand
t QMce en Trr m Mtrktl Strut, tutvtn
DouaUt Avtmtu t& Firtt Stmt . -t
Ttil l In fact tli onlr Jlrrrt rout to ' V-J X O X "
v,)ii - aii . ifiK iwwia iiirrr, iriin ini j o
cnt Hml, Ih tx-t on rarlh The Cannon
ball st- iu tlirrr thr dsTs qulctr than any
ouirr wav. iiir (.aanunuau itaTs ivinman tilLA at i
arirr lirr-.Vf-.it. im! lands you 114 niiln w-t In WnllPrirVPr A Pn
n .lay. ami rhancM horss eicrr i,-ht mll. W UllCOOai CI ML tU.
I.ni, Klncmin -Ifili tn arr-li it sin.
tACsntlim at 1'ratt Csntrr at 12 M p ra ami J
at (xiM atrat9p ni , and i!o tbl vft
Ir K3 "ftcfln Kinnnan at
!-tI GREEN'S 1.1VEKY STABLE.
Thnrf4ay aed FncUy.
C. B Sorrnitor L W. Stockvux
ROYAL OIL COMPANY.
larirmumion ma isttrKMif . .... .- . ...
!"r? ." ana siain. and r now prrpartxl i KVMt, USntllBC. UfJtM Ufl Laid VU.
All M of Iresi aii Salt Heats , Agents a.,t. & s. f. r. r. unds
Of the Ttry best quality. Lake 6 Wodacsday I
H-tstiaf n.in rtetev. tciwcjUt .era.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, -
J. M. ALLEN,
GEO. E. SI'ALION.
II. C. DAY,
Ilrceivt Jjrpjdh, Jfuke (XAleclUm, tiuy and fiell Ktrhnngr, and trait
act a General Hanking tluunct:
r. . .., 1 - .. ..,(. v .. I . -,.. ! .1... 1
dty. Alar-re list of both dty aod twantry l"T at Or
pTcnTtyroTaaJeatrainfcleilier f .- i,
I liar JotJfttJ npthlr rooms on to aootbrast
t to fnralsn any thing
New Rooms! New Goods!
Short OrtUr ttmalt Scrrad at AU Hour.
Orre Them a CalL
I It Dey to Loan at 6 Per Cent
Nottce for Publication.
Lam Oifick at Wichita. KAnA, I
Notice Is hereby jrtvn that thr rollowlnj hU '
tier ha fll-Nl notir or hl intention to mat ) I,
tlnal iilnint of bl claim, anit that th -C
proof will b mail bfon tn L'nltfJ -tats I
lamiomr atlclta, hansaj, on D-srmbr
ISth. 1. vlr W Turner. barot-id an- i T3 -c t -1 -i l-.Trr-x
jtllcatlon No for th northeast qnartrr. , -3. -(-.. JC3 JtO W JN
union ii, iownnip a main ran; i -rest. 11 I
namra th following wlltif- to proT hla ccn- I , ,..,,. .
tlnnoa- rellnc ui-on. and enltltailnr, r,r , I-I IRNITI IDt
(aid land. tIz. """ w.w,
C A ltnncan. of Wichita, Kanaj
W T J-rtt, -t Vlchlia. Kanus.
E n Jrwoit. of Wichita, Kansrt.
Ilmry Hcdsou, of Vajlr Ontr. Kansas.
rtt R. L. Waixn. Rfgiattr,
Coal Oil and Gaaollae dfUrtrrdto all part of
321 Docxla are . . WlcLlU, Kansas.
Killeen & Stockinger,
OCE IS3UE.VXCE AGENCT
DodcIu Avenue, . WIchlu 'Kaana
Tumpzimirx axv oiaoun.
Aetna, of Hartfonl n.Ytl.'M
Germaa Asericaa, of Xe-r Tork. i.iZ.VX
Hartford, of Hartford.-. - 44I.3
j Hams, of Sew Tork. X.t-l
In. Co. of Xorth Ajnerlea, of Phila 9.C71 ,64
, Ut. A Loud , A Globe, of Uterpoot. 5,Tn,
Practical Plumbers, Steam It Gai;itrii. of nanrord. . i.cs.w?
Pllfstfw, j CaJerwrlters. cf Xew Tork. l,tso.7H
T S-rtJtasIe life, of Krw Tork .oaO,a
Sm fatirei. jcm Intiw k Ttiiit'T 1 1 -"rultoT'Wock- ortir.M-Ek
... . - .. . -
Tot, It sebaa to ytils ;oj want, 70a es mt
aooafybr bsrrtB?of htOT- IT " -- irt '
of Trrnwnt IIosw. xt Jo -rJa-4r' Isirf i
(oar. II Ioeit tt-m WSehlla Iium
Weraar'a btfldiaf. 1
COB. DOCOLAB AXD LAWKESCB ATI
TF TOTJ AEZ OOTWO TOBITA
rxaayj4 Its. SSere Eotwss, 10s. Watei-ts, j
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POST THE PAWNBROKER,
COBEESPO r-rX3:Kr2TS 1
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nLACKTOXC SATIOXAL tlAXK, IV-to
XATJOfAL EAJlIf Or AMEKiCA. lUr,
atKE;ilA3T AT'J, BAK.KaM u'y
Wichita City Roller Ms!
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ly rr- attlills
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if all druzUtt. raJtftiet fy-- v rtrrr n4J
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KIT AKhWUKU IT.l I COKif)KATES IM
MANTJPACmJBE THE CKLEBRATKD BBAKDB:
X. L. C. R.
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aa TlaU rej-etatto-a -wtrrtyrr UlrtcM. T r tha U w tmr wl nm
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OLIVER k IMBODEN CO.
T .V. . . 'jlLilx
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