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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER, 15, 1884.
M. M. MUKDOCK, Editor.
SATURDAY MORNING. NOV. 15.
The one man most
supremely haj-py is
The Lord chastenelh whom he loveth but
why should ho wipe those whom he loveth
At n ratification meeting held day before
yeslrd.tj in Kentucky, the stars and stripes
were pulled down and the confederate flag
run up, and still mugwumps prate about
the loyalty of the south.
The south is wild over the prospect of
Cleveland rettins into the White House.
The 153 electoral votes will demand three
cabinet positions and that the secretary of
the treasury shall coine from Wall tretU
Brooklyn Bcecher said in a speech night
before last that he was a Republican locally
but a Democrat nationally. "Why didn't
he add also that in tho pulpit he was a
preacher but in the house of a friend a se
ducer. A lot of Indianians in jubilating the other
night over their great victory erected a
mock slave auction block and pretended to
sell a choice lot of negroes. It was that
sport that spurred on those poor ignorant
blacks to burn a town in Florida, the other
Marsh Murdock says the solid south
talk about desiring free elections is enough
to make a mule turn away from his oats.
Yes, it is only equalled by Beccher talking
aga'iDit seduction and his wife writing let
ters to Grovcr Cleveland about his un
At a church social held in Indianopolis the
other night tho minister in dwelling upon the
political situation raised his eyes to hcoven
and thanked God that no such wr,man as
Mrs. Blaine was going to be permitted to
cantaminatc the white house. Ofcourothe
minister is a Democrat.
Turn out tho only party whose inombers
loved the country strongly enough to fight
for it and turn in the party whose moto has
ever bcon, "control or destroy." Ths men
who fought to save a nation offroo institu
tions must give way to n. party that hates
freedom and that h.ivo no uso for a nation
unless thev can run it.
Tho solid south and its northern allies re
ject John A. Logan tho braye patriot and
honor Hendricks tho sneaking copperhead
who shipped pistjils into his state with which
his fellowmen were to resist the draft, mark
ing the shipping boxes "hymn books." Sol
diers, you who fought to savo this country
must stand back.
The great hobby of tho Georgo William
Curtis party of Independents who elected
Cleveland has been civil service reform. By
their votes they have knocked tho everlast
ing daylight out of civil service reform and
turned tlw government offices over to the
hungrier horde of hunkers of which histon
make anv mention.
It is the part v of the union and for the
union that hm been downed. It is the prt
of Abe Lincoln. It i the party of the peo
ple, for tint people, and by tho people. It U
tho parly of the grandest record and the
greate-t p-itrint that any single generation
ever produced. But honest adiiiinittration.
loyalty, patriotism and all goes for nothing.
This is the middle of November and rose.
are in bloom in many of our giirdent.
We wero aware that the average Wichita
now blossomed every month in tli jear but
supim-ed roses had gone out for the season.
All things bloom in Wichita tho year
round, including mugwumps and sneak
After all the result of the late fight is on
ly a surrender of tho North to tho South. II
the matter liad been left to the loyal people
of the country it would not have been done
probably yet lor many years, but thoso who
saved the nation saw lit when tho war w
over to restore to the South all it had for
feited thereby leaving themselve at a dit-ad-vantage.
They not only did that but the
gave the negro n vote anil the South a repre
sentation on that vote and then failed to
protect the negro in that right. The Re
publican p.irty h.is always treated tho Dem
ocratic party as though the men who com
pose it were jii't as generous and forgiving
ns tho Rsp.iblic.tns themselves and there is
jut where thoy have continually blundered.
Tako tho hatred of the great majority ol
the people ol the South for tho Republican
party, and it is intense, and with them the
Curtiscs, Bcecher, St. John, of the North
and you have the logical result.
To-day wo give tho result of tho state
election in Kansas in all counties hoard
from. Tho vote of tho state will reach
nearly 250,009, showing a population of at
Wt 1,250,000. In 18S0 Kansas polled 201,
Col. John A. Martin will havn 30,000 ma
jority for governor. El Domvo Republican,
Gil. John A. Martin will have oO.OOO ma
jority for governor. Miami Republican,
The gallant, noble, bravo and patriotic
colonel of tbo old Eighth Kansas will bo the
next governor of tho state by a majority of
thirty or thirty-duo thousand. Wichita
Eagle, September 11.
NO DOURT OF IT.
Do our readers reun-uil or that when Teias
wat ndmitteil into the Union theru was u
ouititutionxl guarantee that tho Unitcc'
StHtes should never become liable fur th
debt of Texas. Notwithstanding this, th
claimants were at the doors of Congress for
years, and tlnaly gut their pay from'our Gov
ernment. This i eiJonce that the confed
erates may be right in believing that their
money w'll some time be worth as much n
greenbacks that their slaves will ultimately
be paid for, and their debts paid. Thore i
no dancer of this being done under the
firet Democratic ndmttiMmtion that come
into power, fr there is n Republican Senate
and even if the Democrats get full control
of all branches of the Government, and the
Supreme court, it will not be done tit first.
But who can say that the time will not come
when all will be paid, as in the case of the
Texas debt. Commonwealth.
There is no doubt of it. Of course it
would t rah and impolitic to do it right
away or to attempt it, but the Democratic
platform upon which Cleveland and llen
dricks ran in speaking of tho matter of
pensions makes no distinction between union
and rebel soldiers. Did you never notice its
When the roar and rubbish of the battle
have cleared away, please notice that the
Germans havo been slandered and lied
bout durinc the campaicn. inoro than any
other class of people. The Democrats would
have it, that the whole mass of German Re
publicans had deserted tho ranks, all in the
interest of free whiskey. Carl Schurz and
the brewers could not break the German
Republican ranksv "Wherever the German
population was most numerous, there the
Republican ticket ran best. In Wisconsin,
where everything was said to have turned
acainst tho'Rcpublican ticket, the party has
4one bc-t, even carrying Domocratic strong
holds. Give tho Germans proper credit
You may talk about your banner states,
but show us a state containing over seventy
counties, that not only gives Blaine the big
end of 100,000 majority, but in which every
county g'.ves him a majority. Kansas does
it and does it all her self. 'She did not bars
a single sbeaker during the sntire campaign
except those who were residents of the state.
Vote of Gubernatorial Candidates State
Officers and Congressional Repre
sentatives Elected at the Last
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Governor John A. Martin, of Atchison.
LiuuU Governor A. 1. Riddle, ot Craw
ford. Secretary of Stato E. B. Allen, of Sedg
wick. Auditor of State E. P. McCabo, of Gra
ham. Treasurer Sarn. T. Ilowe, of Marion.
Attorney General S. B. Bradford, of
Siipt. Public Inst. J. II. Lawhcad, of
Chief Justico A. II. llorton, of Atohison.
Associate Justice W. A. Johnston, of
KErttESE.VTATlVES IN CONGRESS.
First District E. N. Morrill, of Brown.
Second District E. II. Kunston, of Allen.
Third District B. W. Perkins, of La
bette. Fourth District Thomas Ryan, of Shaw
ice. Fifth District John A. Anderson, of Ri
ley. Sixth District Louis Hanback, of Os
borne. Seventh District Sam'l R. Peters, of
The above aro all Republicans.
First district, Doniphan and Brown coun
ties, Sol Miller, rep, Troy.
Second district, Atchison county:
A. J. Ilarwi, rep, Atchison.
Third district, Jcuerson and Leavenworth
counties, two senators:
Matt Edmonds, rep, McLouth.
Peter G Lowe, dem, Leavenworth.
Fourth district, Wj'andotto county:
Win. J. Buchan, rep, Wyandotte.
Fifth district, Johnson, Miami and Linn
counties, two senators:
W. M. Shean, rep, Gardner.
R. W. Blue, rep, 1'leasanton.
Sixth district, Bourbon county:
W. J. Bawden, rep, Fort Scott.
Seventh district, Crawford county:
M. C. Kclley, rep. Mulberry Gron.
Eighth District, Cherokee county:
John N. Ritter, rep, Columbus.
Ninth district, Labette county:
C. II. Kimball rep, Parsons
Tenth district, Mongomcry county:
I- II. llumnh-v, rep, Independence.
Eleventh district, Wilson and Noosho coun
ties: E. N. Allen, rep, Chanute.
Twelfth district, Allon, Anderson and Wood
J. II. Whitford' rep, Garnctt.
Thirteenth district, Coffey and Franklin
L. C. Watson, rep, Ottawa.
Fourteenth district, Osage county:
T. L. .Marshall, rep, Osage City.
Fifteenth district; Douglas county:
Geo. J. Barker, ren, Lawrence.
Sixteenth, district, Shawnee county:
S. E. Sheldon, rep, Topeka.
Seventeenth district, Jackson and I'ottawn-
K. S. Hick, rep, Louisville.
Eighteeenth district, Nemaha and Marshall
W. W. Smith, rep. Watcrville.
Nineteenth district, Riley, Davis and Wa
Geo. S. Greene, ren, Manhattan.
Twentieth district, Lyon and Greenwood
L.. B. Kellogg, rep, Emporia.
Twenty-first district, Elk and Chautauqua
E. M. llewins, ind, Ccdervale.
Twenty-second district, Cowley county:
Frank B. Jennings, rep, WfnflelJ,
Twenty-third district, Butler county:
A. 1 Redden, rep. El Dorado.
Twenty-fourth district, Chase, Marion and
E. M. Crane, rep, Marion Center.
Twenty-fifth district, Dickinson and Ottawa
Conrad Kohler, rep. Enterprise.
Twenty-eixth district, Clay and Washing
F. P. Harkness, rep. Clay Center.
Twenty-seventh district. Republic and Jew
George II. Case, rep, Mankato.
Twent-eighth district, Smith and Osborne
R. 51. Picklcr, rep. Smith Center.
Twenty-ninth district, Mitchel and Cloud
1. 1). Young, rep, Beloit.
Thirtieth district, Russell, Lincoln and
Ira E. Llovd. ren. Ellsworth.
Thirty-first district, McPhcrson and Saline
11. B. Kcllcv. McPhcrson.
Thirty-second district, Reno and Harvey
W. M. Concdon. ren. Sedcwick.
Thirty-third district, Sedgwick and King
John Kellev, rep, Wichita.
Thirtv-fourth district, Sumner and Harper
B. G. Linccnfelter, dem, South Haven.
Thirt -fifth district. Barber, Pratt, Stafford
Pawnee, Edwards, Ford, rinney, Hodg
man, Ness, and tho unorganized counties
of Lane, Scott, Wichita, Greeley, Hamil
ton, Seward and Comanche:
J. W. Rush, rep, Lamed.
Thirtv-sixth district. Barton and Rico coun
ties: John W . hite. rep Lyons.
Thirty-seventh district, Ellis, Trego, Rooks,
Graham, Sheridan and the unorganized
counties of. Gov. St. Sohn, Wallace,
Thomas and Sheridan:
E. J. Donnelly, rep Stockton.
Thirty-eighth district, Phillipps, Norton,
Decatur, Rawlins and the unorganized
countv of Cheyenne:
H. S. Granger, rep Phillipsburg.
HOUSE OF RKrHtSEXTATIVXS.
1 Philip Kellev, repAVhito Cloud.
2 "William II. Deckard, rep.
3 F. E. Cloves, rep Lancaster.
4 Charlca "W. Bcnning, rep Atchison.
6 A. J. "White, rep Nortonville.
6 Levi Wilhelm, rep "Winchester.
7.G. "W. McCommon, rep Valley Falls.
8 Edward Carroll, dem Leavenworth.
9 Geo. T. Anthony, rep Leavenworth.
10 W. F. Ashbv, dem.
11 E. J. Holmes, rep.
12 JB. a W. Drought, rep "Wyandotte.
18 B. L. Stifle, rep RoieSale.
14 T. I Hogue, re, Shawnee Mission.
15 V. R. Ellis, rep, Gardner.
1C J. N. Roberts, rep, Lawrence.
17 J. H. Bonebrake, rep, Lecompton.
18 J. J. Cox, rep.
19 La W. Hostetle, rep, Weilsville.
20 W.H. "Woodlief, rep, Ottawa.
21 H. A. Miller, rep, Paola."
22 Charles H. Lewis, rep, Fontans.
23 R. H. Roseberry, rep, La Cygne.
24 Alfred Blaker, 'rep, Pleasanton.
26 S. T. Stewart, rep, Iola.
27 A. E. Currier, rep, Hammond Station.
28 Wiley Bollinger, rep, Mill Creek.
29 A. J. Vickcrs, rep, Pittsburg.
SO E. C. Scammon, dem, Stilson.
31 J. S. Gillespie, rep, Keelvile.
32 E. C. "Weilip, dem, Galena.
33 David Kelso, rep; Parsons.
34 1L C. Cook, rep, Oswego.
35 J. B. Cook, rep, Chetopa.
3G J. A. Berdick, rep.
37 D. McTaggart; rep, Libertr.
38 Joseph Martin, dem, Ladore.
39 B. J. Smith, rep, Eric.
40 J. F. Coulter, rep, resub.
41 - U. uatin, rep, r reuonia.
42 W. H. Slavens, rep, Yates Center.
43 Stephen Ogden, rep, Lebo.
44 L. E. Finch, rep. Burlingame.
45 "W. C. Sweezcy, rep, Olivet.
40 David Overmeycr, resub. rep, N.Topeka.
47 A. IL Vance, rep, Topeka.
48 J. B. Johnson, rep.
49 Peter Dickson, rep, Holton.
50 G. Y. Johnson, dem, "Wills.
61 It. II. Brewster, rep, Hiawatha.
52 John F. Corwin, ind rep, Sabctha.
53 Chas. S. Cummings, rep, Centralis.
64 Samoa Billingslv, dem, Axtcll.
55 T. F. Rhodes, fop, Frankfort.
5(1 John A Johnson; rop. Marshal.
67 Thos. Bcattle, rep, Wamego.
68 P. S. Loofburrow, rep, Leonardsville.
59 Georgo Bcates, rep, Junction City.
CO F. L. Raymond, rep, Maplo Hill.
61 J.Jay Buck, rep, Emporia.
02 D. A. Hunter, rep, Emporia,
63 J. B. Clogston, rep, Eureka.
64 E. G. Dewey, rep, Grenola.
C5 C M. Turner, rep, Sedan.
CO Edwin P. Gricr, rep, Winfield.
67 Louis P. King, rep, Winfield.
68 J. D. Mawrer, rep, Dexter.
69 F. W. Rash, rep, Douglas.
70 J. M. Randall, rep. El Dorado.
71 W. G. Patten, rep, Cottonwood Falls.
72 J. Ware Butlerlield, rep, Florence.
73 Wni. A. Lower, rep, Skiddy.
74 J. R. Burton, rep, Abiline.
75 C. N. Coggeshall, dem.
76 Geo. Morpin, rep, Clay Center.
77 J. F. Spiers, rep.
78 J. J. Veatch, rep.
79 W. A. Reeve. ren. Scandia.
II. D. Wilson, ind. resub, Scondia.
Frank Cuthbertson, gr.
80 Wm. Glasgow, rep, Prospect.
81 R. M. Keegcr, rep Millowvalo.
82 D. B. Moore, rep, Jamestown.
Ottawa County. -
83 R. P. Blain, rep, Lamar.
84 Cha. E. Faulkner, rcp.Salins.
85 A. P, Collins, rep, Solomon City.
80 J. N. Simpson, McPhcrson.
87 A. W. Smith, rep.
88 T. J. Matlock, rep, Burton.
S9 Rodolph Hatfield, rep, Wichita.
90 R. K. Ijiwrence, rep.
91 R. J. Hukle, rep, London.
92 I. N. Cooper, rep, Caldwell.
93 Geo. D. Thompson, ind.
94 F. E. Gillett, ind rep.
- Barber Count-.
95 T. A. McMcal, rep, Medicine Lodge.
96 W. F. Gibbins, rep, Saratoga.
A. S. Thompson, ind.
97 I.M Gray, rep.
98 A. B. Caldwell, rep.
99 E. R. Swartz, rep, St. John.
100 W. II. Campbell, rep, Great Bend.
101 R. F. Bond, rep. Sterling.
102 George Seitz, dem.
103 11. Wentworth, rep, Russell.
101 R. F. Bryant, rep, Lincoln Center.
105 Samuel Carter, rep, Asherville.
100 F. J. Kellev, rep. Cawker City.
100 J. 51. Morgan, ind, Downs.
103 A.W. Mann, rep, Burr Oaks.
103 B. F. Wallace, rep.
110 J. C. Davenport, cr.
Ill Webb McNall, rep. Gaylord.
112 Wm. IL McBride, rep, Kirwm.
113 "W. II. Barnes, rep, Stockton.
114 Frank Hopkins, rep, Walker.
1 18 John Hargrave, rep.
110 W. C Edwards, rep, Larned.
117 B. R. Moshier, rep.
US R. J. Hardestv, dem, Cimmarron.
119 "W. D. Pratt, rep, Jetmore,
120 J. P. Johnson, dem, Ness City.
121 S. J. Oiborn, rep, "WaKeeney.
122 James Justice, rep.
12 W. n. nollinshead, rep.
W. R. Cannon, dem.
124 Van B. "Wiggins, rep, Lyle.
125 R. II. Talbott, ind.
A. Hemming, rep, Baasetivflle.
George T. Inge, ind.
C d. Jones, ind.
To the Editor or tb Daily Eacle.
Kingman county is still on the boom, as
is evidenced by the new buildings springing
up in all parts of the country and in the
towns. Many of our old farmers are now
leaving the rude structures put Upon their
farms when they first established their
claims and are now holding forth in houses
that would be a grand credit to the older
counties of the state. This, of course, is a
fine indication of general prosperity in the
county. Kingman is the "Queen City" of
the Ninnescah valley, and is still in a flour
ishing condition, several fine business blocks
nearing completion. A new school house is
now under headway, and will costsomething
over $10,000, which with the school build
ings already constructed, will make good
and commodious rooms for all the pupils
of the city and district.
The W. le "W. railroad company are com
pleting a large ware house here, which is
much needed for the storago of the vast
amount of freight received at this place over
Business in general is lively and tbo farm
ers of the county arc prosperous and happy.
Yours in Haste,
To tht Editor "ftht Eaglt:
Abkaxras Cm-, Ks., Xot. 13, 84.
Last Friday about noon a boat with a
party of surveyors on board started down
the river to investigate the possibility of es
tablishing a line of barges from here to the
head of navigation and if it preves a suc
cess it will be a big thing for Arkansas City.
Tuesday night an engine as it was passing
over the bridge across the Arkansas river,
west of town proved too much fer tho bridge
and broke through into the river with flvo
men. No lives lost.
The ladies of the 3L E. church will give
an oyster supper in Mr. Blakcny new store
room next Thursday evening.
Rev. I. X. Morehcad will lecturo on the
"Real Power," to morrow night.
B. H. Ober of Galva, Illinois, is visiting
with his brother-in-law, A. G. Lowe, this
week. Mr. Ober is very much pleased with
Southern Kansas and will probably make
his future home either at "Wichita or Ar
The Infant daughter of A. A. Newman,
died yesterday afternoon and was buried to
day. A. G. L.
ACADEMY OF SCIENCE.
Tho seventeenth annual meeting of the
Kansas academy of science will bo held at
Lawrence, Monday, Tuesday and "Wednes
day, November 24th, 25th and 2Cth, 1884.
Tho business meeting will be at 4 p. m., on
tho 24th, at the parlor of the Eldridgo house,
and the other meetings in the state universi
ty building. A most interesting programme
is assured already, with other papers yet to
be reported. The citizens of Lawrence of
fer to entertain at their homes tho?e who
prefer such entertainment, nnd reduced
rates are secured for thoso who prefer to ac
cept the accommodations of tho hotels.
Those expecting to present papers nre re
quested to announce their titles to the secre
tary, at Manhattan, at once, in order tlmt
they may be properly arranged in the pro
gramme. By order of tho executive com
mittee. E. A. ForENOE,
Secretary of tho Academy.
B. J. Bitow.v, President.
Glick made a speech :it AtchUon last Sat
urday night, in which he said that Cleve-1-uid
was elected, and he was in favor of in
augurating him, even if it had to be done at
tho point of the baronet. Perhaps Glick
would pan out as he did the other time hi
party resorted to the bayonet to rei-t the
will of the people. lie would be very brave
us long us he was in Kan.is, but when he
came to the state lini, he would object to
invading the sacred soil of another state.
A MYTHICAL BODY.
Now will come tho chatter about "the
electoral college." There is no "electoral
college" under the constitution orlawsof the
United States. The presidential elctors of
all the states never meet son? to form n col
lege. The electors chosen in each state will
meet at the several state capitols, December
2d, when ihey will make up, sign and seal a
statement embodying tho fact that they hae
cast their votes for a certain person for pre
dent and alo a certain person for ice prei
dent These statements will be tran-mittfd
to tho president of tho senate at Washing
ton, by whom they will be opened and read
on the second Wednesday in February net
in tho presence of two houses of congress.
That is all thero U about the "electoral col
lege." Lcovenworth Times.
A number of Democratic idiots and the
land, we regret to say, is full of such are
telegraphing otTcrs o"f men, from 1,000 to
5,00lJ in a bunch, to seat Cleveland. They
should p-uise to consider two things: (1) If
Cleveland gets the right to be seated, he will
not need any help, unles ha shonld in the
meantime contract tho rheumatism. (2) It
Cleveland does not get the right to be seated,
there aro not Democrats enough in tho
country to mike tho slack of Mr. Cleveland's
pantaloons acquainted with the plush of the
presidential chair. This is confidential, but
not official. St. Louie Globe.
Rev. John II. Barrows, formerly of Kan
sas said recently in a ministers' meeting in
Chicago: "To "teach that religion must not
interfere with political affairs was to tear
the crown from the head of King Jcsu. It
was right to teach in political" life that re
ligion and politics could not bo separated.
They needed to teach that Sinai wai not an
extinct volcano. It was right to teach from
the pulpit and to denounce the infamy of
puouc omciais, wno cauca peopio to stand
four hours in line at the ballot-box, and then
bc deprived of tho dearest right of citizen
ship. He would not, strictly speaking, secu
larize the character of religion, but would
have it leave its transccdental inysticim and
come down to feed and instruct the un
taught. .. SMITH,
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
!slilnr on Uiwrenre Avranc nrarCmtnl
Wrnnv Pot-l)3.r !!. a tf
Green now mns Rilallj- -Utjr frm Kingman
to Saratov, I'ralt M.trr, ami
Cold Water, Comancbe County !
Thl Is In Jct the iu!v direct nmt t
.d'l at.r. A 1,1ft Ixxim ih?r, wl h i-lrntr l
vacant land, the b-t on arth Ihe Onnmi
ball t rou then thrr? da inicer than anv
ithrr way. Ibe Cannotiball latr Klnirman
trur hlkfat and land jnu 114 mllr vt in
on daj. and change hordes en ry eight mile.
Leateo Kingman ati:Sia in .arrive at ara
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at Cold Water at9i. m , and c'oc ihlt every
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Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST ULOOIC VEST OF TKEMONT HOUSE,
30 .V 32 Douglas Ave, Wichita Kas
317 Douglas Avenue 317
A large, complete and elegant line of goods
coii'tantiv on iianu.
FIRST-CLASS FITS OUARAXTEFD.
Best of workmen employed nnd tho most
ftylisn suits in the city turned out.
ine domes cleaning aim repairing de
partment is still retained and good, prompt
and satiilartory work and prices are guar
. EYE, BAE,
C DR PA IUCTITIITC VS
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
E. "5T. 3VIXT3SrSEX,l4, M. 3D.,
Proprietor and Surceon in Charfro,
53 North Slain Street
P 8. Catarrh of the Noe. throat ami Earr
cured by mild ami new irocei.g Will (rive
redefatonce. Cures j ernianent and ciiaran
leed, or the rai-p n"t undertaken I alu ue
the Ilrlnltrrhutr sjat-in in the treatment ot
Pile and Heclal ilieeii , which I alnle
and never falls to mak speedy and permanent
A FEW OF THE REASONS
Why yon should not fall to liuy yonr s;ec
YOST & BENSON,
1 Jjnne eerlenrr enables me to order from
mannfactnrer lene-of every nescrliill-nupe.!,
and to have them alwaynoo hand. Coneqnent
ly rnt"ii!er, with the etceiitlnnor extreme
n-n. MiCer ndelav
i Atnnr nlhc- yiulil flrd all the spj.II
anre kn-ivni to nKlera nrlenre for thedetec
tl.m ..t liiiifec vll n. Have recently rrceir
etl pm Ueni.aiT a onderlnlly eoo-trncte.1
in-tnime"t talleil the Uptlmeter, a treat lm
lirovemrnt in optical lntrsnier.tK for the de
tection ol the puirert of accommodation of each
3 A carefnl examination l made with In
ttmmenU that ilot out all the defe U to b
I llavlca the proper IDe for e-lael and
ftillv understand their re(ctive nd-.iyn e
are able to ln-rt them la bw-, or frame, ol
nv material delred by the eotomer. tettlnir
belene (or(tlMe) at tl pro.r aoftle Ale
In bow of roir width. 'SJu-:Id (he lne In
front of the eie- eo tht the c.e ot he len-e I
direr tiv In harmony with the leneofthe eye
S Hv hurir.c ien-e (or rla-i-e) made of
rtraiilllan ibble, rocta foii'bed. awl a con
tracted In ehape thionfrboot. aflonlinc tuch
perfrct eav and comfort to the wearer latead
of a contnual lo of Ieh. TlImi actually Inn
i.roTr bv their ue ome aad for ronr
elve Yalt with tho that have jrfTeij them
atrial llearwhat they haretomy Yonill
be eooTinced to have your eve properly fitted
with a pair of my Improved Ieo will iwt
only aave your nvney but nave yonr vltra,
the value or which cannot beiwuputed la poltrj
il.dlam Alvafalmy o3r tnn of the Lt
na tared men yon ever aw Xo troable to how
nl or answer Detlon. If yon will take
vocrtarna- they do In cole; to odd If Tmir
ca.ade-rate'ti. If your eyei bare beo
medically treated r ear?4ry operaiea on,
after which almoetlnvaiiablTee'clearere-qolre-i
It I of freal tn-ipor'anre loyoo to
hare the proper epecta Ie, tfcoe poeiIcs
al the rsserlu aboveil dcritd
If yon are ekeptical brlrf yooroculUtor or
ireoa with ya It I a plen-nre to t boloe
with lho-e that scieroUnd Unine. I 1 wj
ell my lmpr"Tei l nee to the n-lSral fntern
Itr rj I ay ta the ret of creation, procare
epectade where the do that onjrrjtaod Ike
merit or demerit of the same
Vain Street, next door north of FoatoSce
Sure care for jroixirTl.a, cHontee, yleet, lo
Emmatirm of the Madder, kMneya, prtale
gland; white. Ififtamroattoa of the urethra,
vaxta white, and all die- of either malt
or female of the crioo-r3ltlorja. foraale
bv SweoUell A IXwrtu. insrtltU. orpo!t
pottoSUs Wichita Kaaau. JU-tf
READ MY PARTIAL LIST AND CALL FOR
1734. 320 acres in Sumner county, 6 miles
north of Caldwell ; 70 acre in cultivation, all
good land. tV-00.
17i3. Quarter-eectlan 5 miles wet of North
Held, Sumner county ; GO acre under cultiva
17.S2. Quarter-section 3 mile northeast of
MulraDe. aumner county ; one-half under cul
tivation, smalt granary. tl.SOU, tW on 4
ears' time at 8 percent.
lT.tl 3J0 acre unlmnroved land 3) miles
outb or orthne!d, Sumner county ; good liv
ing water ti.WH), or will sell quarters sepa
17JO UnlmproTed quarter 4 miles north of
NorthOeld. A 1 land. t.'.OOO
iris. RIO Acre 3 mile south of Cheney : 0
acre In cultivation. This 1 eplendid land and
mi. iWJ acres ; uiiies noriuot curuejr , jw
acres In cultivation, iiqlDff water. $1,000.
1737. Quarter-secuon miles soutnoi v,ueney;
house ot brooms, stable and cribs. $i,00u
11 M. Oaarter-sectioulomlle south of Cheney:
ROarrealn rnltlvation SI.MUO.
17U. Unimproved ijuarter a miles ouin oi
s w li-2-t-lC west, Kingman county,
h acres broie. 1W0.
15G3. w 1-i of w l-i3i-2S-3w, Kingman coun
ty, SO acres broke, 8ltJ0.
1374. Quarter 1 --l miles se of Cheney. $3300.
1KC1. lbU a 8 miles s e of Wichita. tJOOO.
1WU. luoainsec 4-i-3 east, Butler county,
10.-2. Quarter 4 miles n wof Garden Plain,
ItSU. 100 a ': miles n wof Garden Plain, SO a
1U. n e 1-4 33-36-4 w, 7 miles n W Of Garden
1R40. n e. 1-4 4-30-4 w. all raw. 1500.
1-il. 100 acre a 1-2 mile cortheaot of ..hen-
ey, unimproved; 1.'J00.
UJacre In Greenwooil county, one-
halt good farming laml, livlne water, lu miles
to jroou ruuroan siaiiou, a uuw wi laui:)
$7.W) per ucre, 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 'J years
at 8 per cent
1M1. C10 acre, 4 miles southwest of Sedg
wick Utv; J17.00 per acrei
ISM). 100 acre 2 miles wet of Andover, wat
ered by Four-llle creek, cheap at 1, 700.
1!9 IGDaeret 3 1-2 miles eat of Uoddard,
all tplendid laud; $2,700.
17'JiJ. W ttCBes 3S' miles southeast of Bayne ;
all iu cultivation, lji-otory hou-eof 3 rooms,
good stable, corn crib and tcraoary, nice grove.
1724 100 acre S miles southeast of Derby; CO
acres iu cultivation, house, stable and granary,
b0 acres all hedged In, luo apple trees. $2,7uu
1741. loo acres 4 miles eouthekst or Bayne: IX
story house of 3 rooms, good stable, crib and
gra aries, so acre In cultivation, peach orch
ard, .' mile or hedge, $.',7'.
171U. HW acres 0 miles from Clearwater ; GO
acres in cultivation, living water, some hedge
and xhade trees. $2,0.0.
1729. Quarter-section of raw land 2K miles
from Xorthneld $2,100. $1,100 on 3 years'
lime at S per cent.
17--S. liwi acres In Sumner county 4 miles from
Caldwell; watered by the Chikaskla and several
springs, 4ju acres under cultivation, 3 dwellings
nnd other lmttrovemeuts. $14.410
,o. 1712 Iij acres 3 miles southeast of
Garden Plain, to acres In cultivation, nice
groves of cottonwood and box elders, WO bear
ing;peach trees, lhlng water. This is a bar
gain; $2,700, part time.
Xo 1711. 100 acres 2 miles west of Valley
Center, nice house 16x20 with addition 7xH,
stable, granary and cribs, 2 acre pasture, good
bearing orchards of apple and peach trees.
1V31. loo a uiniiess wof Wichita, small house,
so a under cultivation, good orchards of apple
and peach, nice itiove, $.Som.
I.vil. loo a 1-2 mile from Cheney, 40 a in cul
1.7! 2. 311 a 7 miles w of town on Cowskia
creek, IsO a under cultivation, 10 a of timber,
house of 3 rooms, granary, stable and other
buildings, all hedged and cross hedged, splen
did orchards and groves. This Is a beautiful
place, $10 per acre
I."34. 100 a 8 miles s of town, near Haysville
post-office, 110 a in cultivation, good.l 1-2 story
house with addition, barn 2ix3i; with loft, corn
crib, smoke house, Ac, 13 a pasture, good
bearing orchards, $33 per acre.
I.VSi. 240 a 4 miles n w of Goddard, 110 a in
altivation, 1 1 2 story house of 7 rooms, Ice
bouse, store building, post-office on place, good
ences, living water, somo fruit, $o000 and
terms to suit.
l.MO. loo a 4 miles s w of Goddard. 1 1-2 story
nonse of C rooms and good cellar, stable for 0
horses, cow stable for tf head, granary, cribs Ac
t;ood hedges, .To a pasture, wired, 30 a In culti
vation, living water, orchard, Ac, $4000, easy
If tl. 10 a I miles e of Cheney, 100 a in culti
vation, living water omefmlt, $3200.
1.M7. ioO a 1 1-2 milu s e Garden Plain, 120 a in
cultivation, 1 1.2 story honse of 4 rooms and
rood walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear creek. 2MJ0.
1.V.VJ. loo a 5 miles n of Cheney, 70 In cultiva
tion, hounc, somo frnit, watered by Spring
creek, $22.50 per acrp.
I.V.I 160 a 2 1-2 miles s of Garden Plain, 113 a
in cultivation, good honse, barn, granary, Ac,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a of line bud
ded fruit. .
1531. HjU a in Butler county, 5 miles from Au
gusta, 20 a of timber, 120 in cultivation, good
house, granary and stable, plenty of fruit, Hy
ing water, $5otX.
1363. lMi a 3 1-2 miles wof Valloy Center, 11-2
story house, 3 rooms and cellar, granary and
other Improvements, watered by Little rirer.
$50 per acre.
1564. liv; a 3 miles not Wichita, house with 2
rooms, small barn. 110 a In wire pasture, good
orchards of apple and peach, $23 per acre.
l.VCI. ion a 3 miles s e of town. 30 a In cultiva
tion, ISO a fenced, young orchard, watered by
Gypsum creek, $50iO, $1000 casb, balance on
time at 7 per cent
l.VI. Quarter sec. 4 miles n of Garden Tlaln,
honse with 3 rooms and small barn, 40 a In pas
l.v. loo a 2 miles w of town, good frame
building, 100 a In cultivation, yonng orchard,
1G20. 100 a 5 miles n w of Wichita, to a in cul
tivation, rest enclosed in pasture, good bouse
and stable, o.
1C21. 160 a 3 miles n w of town, all undercnl
tlvation, 1 1-2 story house of 4 rooms, stable,
orchard and shade trees, $iOM0.
1623. 160 a 9 miles s w of Wichita. 100 a In
cultivation, house with 4 rooms, stable, cribs
AC , $3300.
1624. 160 a S miles w or Wichita, 120 a In cul
tivation, house and stable, $4500.
1023 640 a 2 1-2 miles n or Garden Plain, 300
a In cultivation, 2 house and 2 stables, living
6 No. 1850. Ui'i acre xplrndld river bottom,
mile-south ol Wichita. Ito acres Incultiva-
Ion, hou-e or 3 loom, tlabl and granery,
zoi he'lg-son two side, watered by Arkansas
rivec, good bearing orchard and plenty of
nial frnit: $40jrere
No If 45 loO acre, one mile frnmTowaoda,
0 cre In cultivation, good 3 roomed bouse
with cellar, barn, cntrals, etc , rtly fenced,
.rood orchard, abnndance of living wa er; tin
peraere; will trad for property In Ichita
142 IoO acrei 2 mile north ot Clearwatr. 70
acre In cultivation. hou of 3r"om. hrdgeall
around, Bne orchard of beariugpeai-be; $J.20O
IS40 I60a-re.'mllees.tof lierby, 120 acres
In rnltlvation, hou-eof 3 room, stable etc,
orrhanl. l-3ero wbh plc: "SJUt).
l.Stl 160 acre. 6 mile Mnthrat of Goddard
on Dry creel, all In cultivation, boo, "table,
granery. crib etc.. hedcedwi twoxldes, young
orchard, living water: 9X wr acre.
N. F. NIEDERT.ANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Coraer DmiIm aati Emporia Aea,
WICHITA, - - BHAJSTSAS-
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
N. F. Niederiander,
Corner of Emporia and Dooflaa AvtMiMs.
Ihave tho sole ajtencr for lots In Stevens' ad
dition. These Iota are centrally located, and
are having ready sale.
Xo. 380. Six lots on Emporia avenue, east
front: $125 each
No. 377. Two lots on Fourth avenue, rood
neighborhood; $400 each
No, 376. Fine property on Topeka avenue,
la-ge lot. good houM, very cheap at $.1,500.
No. S;3. Tea lot on First street, houie, barn
and carnage shed ; $1,300.
No. 371. Comfortable residence in north part
of the city, on and a halt acres er land, house
10 room, barn and out butldlngc, govd fruit
and shade, $t.000.
No. 30d New house of 0 rooms on south To
peka avenu, two lot, a splendid bargain at
No. 365. Floe ntw residence of 8 rooms on
Waco i-treet, east front, good cellar, ga, wa
ter, bath, modern style, good shade and lrult:
No. 356. Eight lot north on Lawrence avenue
and Market street. $1,700.
No' 333 Ilnus'wlih 3 lots on Emporia ave
nu; price, $1,050
No 343. Pleasant cottage on Mill street near
Douglas avnue, barn ami out building; $2,000
No. 341. SOufeet on Mead avenu, lit tene
ment houses of 3 rooms each: will y a good
Interest on the investment; $1,000,
2M. New cottage of 3 rooms, on Topeka ave
nue ; south corner lot . very cheap at $1 ,400.
No. 277. Eight Iota on Main and Market
streets, 25x140 each j $1100.
No. 273. Small bouse on Topeka avenue.
tngusn-s suuiuon, loiwxitu; aiixj.
No. 2:2. Cottage offlre room on Main street,
barn and coal bouse, lot uixlto, east front,
fruit and shade tree; $250u.
No. 211 Large lot 113x363 feet on Wichita
street; two small houses, hedge fence, all
kind of fruit and line shade: $tu.
No 22. Ten acre south of the city, very
184. Good business property oa Water street j
a choice location for a grain dealer. Call for
full description, price, etc.
IK. One acre lot on First street ; small bouse
or $ or 4 room, two porches, young trees.
103. Suburban place south, four lots, bouse of
6 rooms, cellar, presses and bathroom. $2,0W.
12. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market street;
mall stable, corner lot, good neighborhood.
1S7. A large down-town residence ; corner lot
100x140 feet, frame house or 12 rooms, cellar,
cistern. Hone walks, shade and fruit trees ; not
many such places In the market. $7,000
No. 172, One-story frame bouse, four rooms
and pantry, on Mosley avenue. Lot IohxIJU feet,
east front, corner alley, fine fruit and shade
No. 170, Cottage of four rooms on Waco
street, lot 32x142 fret, good fence, peach, pear,
plum , cherry and One shade tree. Price $1100,
on good terms.
Fo. 168, Five or six cottages In Eaat Wichita,
under rent at JO per cent, on the price asked for
them. House new and in good order; a choice
No. 166, House with three rooms, on First
street, cellar, hedge fence, fruit and shade
trees, one acre of ground, $15uo.
No. 163. House, six rooms, on Central ave
nue, corner lot, 75x110 fret. Barn and carriage
bouse, apple, peach, plum, cherry and abaae
No. 136, Three cottages on Emporia avenue
English addltlou, all rented at good figures, a
No. 127, Honse seven rooms on Lawrgnce av
enue, south: barn for foar horses, uuukt shed
chicken house, water In house, line fruit and
shade tree. a beautiful home, $2ooo.
No. 117, Elegant residence on Topeka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine urrsaea. barn, crib and
outbuildings; broad walks, picket fence. One
mm ana snaue ireea, aouuo.
No. 93. Valuable business property on Doug
la avenue, first-class location. Call for price
No. 00. Fine business property on Denglas
avenue; old building, but very cheap at $.Vuoo
No. 84. One-story framu on Washington
street, large lot, $750.
No. 91 Business property on Douglas avenue,
Grin addition. Frame building, rents well,
No. 95. Business property on Main 'street.
No. 181. An elegant residence In the north
east part or the city. I-arge ground, fine fruit
and shade tree, modern house in perfect or
der; a rsro chance to the right party.
No. 11. Cottage of tire rooms on Mead ave
nue, plenty of fruit, over one acre of land,
No. 132. Two bouse jn Wichita street, five
rooms each, cement, cellar, pantry and eloa
el In each bouse, nice shade trees, lot 50x150
feet, $1500 each.
No. 135. One-story frstre residence on Law
rence avenue, six rooms, cellar, coal house
carriage house, hennery. lot well fenced, !ixUo
reel, rine variety or rruiiami snaue trees, lies
locality In the city. Price $35io.
No. II. Two lots on Emporia avenne, Eng
Ush'B 5th addition, $300.
No. 23. Two choice lots on Douglas avenue,
fine business property. Call and get the figures.
No. 24. Six lots In Lakeside addition, cheap
No. 43. Five good lots on Court street, $150
No. S2. Two lots on Wichita street, $3no.
No. 63. Six lots on Douglas avenue, $4uO0.
No. 75. A nice plat of ground lor snb-dlvid
Ins on Lawrence and Topeka avenues, can be
som ais Bargain.
No. 76. Business lot on Main street. $1ooo,
No. 85. Large lot on Market street, cheap at
No. 87. A large lot for sub-divliling, on Cen
Good business property In I'dall. Cowley
count) , bt location In town AIo a farm of
ISO acres adjoining ths town. Will trade lor
Ioisoi two to ten acre on ixuirge mil si
reasonable figures 'Itii I the favorite subur
ban locality, and will soon be taken up fur r
manenl and costly home
I'b sale or lot In Perry's addition has been
without a precedent In "Ichlta-iO acres sold
at retail within three weeks, lhe low pries,
beautiful grounds and rapid Improvements 3
surrounding property eecute a sale to every cn
tomer Her Is a rare chance fur p-culallon .
as will m Immediate n.
I have the exclusive sale of lots In Orme and
Phillip addition, south of the city This Is the
highest plat or ground around the city, and
price are within the reach or all, 100 lot th
ready sold, and bonnes are springing up all over
the addition Call early and make a selection.
The late Improvements In West Wichita, in
cluding the new passenger depot, hare bronght
us an unprecedented demand far lots In that lo
cality. It Is the nearest vacant property to the
business center or Wichita, and tberels no
doubt or It rapid growth and a good advance on
CHICAGO BARGAIN HOUSE'
Offers their entire itoclx of
SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
We have all styles of garment. They are "tailor made." rood Ittlnjr, taUly ttUaath
and the price much lower than they have been told fcere heretofore.
SEE WHAT DECIDED
Diagonal Reaver Russian Circular, 3 M; worth $10, made of good dtagoaal
beaver, wide fur collar, ormmeul In the back. Diagonal Beaver Russiaa Circu
lars. $0,73; north fU, same garment, with wide fur down the front and round
the bottom. Uusalan Circulars in color (corset waist), nicely trimmed, for fit,
I2, $13, $14 and f 13. Matelesse Itusilan Circular for $1(1, worth freely .
lirocaile Silk Circular, trimmed with hair, silk lined, $33, well worth, ISO. Seal
l'lub Russian Circulars (Alaika dye), tatln lined, teal collar, ma elegant wrap.
Trice f GO, sold in large cities' for $75 and $. Newport for $12. made of flaett
beaver, with Atrcn collar, cuff and pocket. Jersey Newport aad Jersey
Newmarkets, plain for tli; Astricau trimmed for $1(J. X. 11. Thete Identical
garments are sold In town for $18. by a house adertllng to ttll cheap. The
"Tourist," made eltl er of braer or Sclcllllan, for ladle or misses. Our prices)
for these fahlonable garments, from $3 50 to $20. llaverlocks. Bade of good
be$er, Astracan trimmed for $7. lltlrr for $8, $9.80, $10,911, lit, $U aad
Brocade Mk Maltesse, beaver collar and cuffs, for $25.
OUR PLUSH CLOAKS!
A Genuine Sel Plush Cloak, ood length, ijullted lining, for $19. worth
freelr $31. A Genuine Seal I'lusti, seal ornaments, satin lined, for 125. Best
Seal l'lush. (real Alaska dye) extra length, satin lined, a beautiful garment, lor
$ 5 Same garment sold In Chicago fur $0). Newmarket, of best teat plush
rich lining, trimmed entire length with genuine beaver, roll shirred la back,
seal ornaments, $100. Mines and clilldcen's llaerlucks. Circular. Tourist,
Newmarkets, Ac. In all sizes.
N. II. A deposit of one or fle dollars will secure any garment, tad the
balance can be paid to suit tbo customer. Call on tl.
First Arkansas Valley Bank,
Xo. 33 MAI'S' STKEET,
Tho Oldest Banking Institution in tho Atkansas Valley
Capital an Reserves, May 7,
tiring the largest qualified imlcmnitu lo tltpotitort of any bank in the
Does a Regular Banking Business in All Its Functions.
Loans Lontr-Timo Foreign Money Laruoly Upon StstisAaotory
Real Estate Security.
Wm. C. Woodman, Pre$. Wm. S. Woodman,
"The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
POL. II KOIIN, ITesldent
A. W.OUVKIt, VIee-rreslJoal.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
OIlGAMZKIt Ia 'STI,
. II KOIIN, A. OMVKtt, M. W. LKVT, , T. TL'TTLK
r. MEUEIUa5tElt, W. It. TUCKEU, JOIIX lAVrntf,
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking, Collecting & Brokerage Biuineti.
and Forrian J&chnnue bought and tolei.
U. b. Jlomti, of all ilcnmnlnaiioia, bought and told.
fj. rJMBAUD. Jr . rrWnt,
JAS. L. LUMIMKD. Vk-I'r'l. .
Kansas State Bank.
J. I. ALLKN.
J. M. ALLEN, JAMES
GEO. E. SI'A LTOK.
Htcritt De?tjtitM, Mate Collection, Jivy and Sill JZukanft, and trans
act a Central Hanking Jituinca.
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JUrrAKUAHJCD 1I. tXCOKrOtUTED
MANUFACTURE THK CKLXBSATXD BEANDS:
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aisiars ta Vkt asarksM tmr -srKsaj at fcitrto ca rk.
Fall tad Winter Wrap at
BARGAINS WE OFFER.
Cash. Wm. C. Woodmia, Jr., Aatyt. Caott.
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