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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. FRI17AY MORNING, DECEMBER, 5, 1884.
M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
FRIDAY MOKXING, DEC.
President Arthur will lc a candidate for
the United States Scnnte in tlio place of
Laplutn), it is said.
Cleveland has made a good many irociiU
but lie needtabout four more first-class bull
dogs to take earn oftbe front and Intel.
A Pittsburg man lias published a book
entitled "A Guide Book to Heaven." It
will bo just like Uic Dunwcratic papers to
call it "sectional." because tlioy don't travel
A fragment of Captaiu Kidd'i. treasure
having been discovered near Danville, Pa.
it is presumed that section of country will bo
well mined during the remainder of the
Francis Murphy i- as popular lis over af
I'ittsburg, where he began his career as a
temperance lecturer, and has in a feiv days
unlisted sovcral hundred recruits in hi lIti
The mugwump lloston Herald invites
"bourbons to the rear." .Jut wait and you
will see them at "tho rear" of the mugwump
crowd. There is where tho fun will come in
Comparo'lhe city of AV.-uhington to-day
with what it was when the Democratic pai
ty left it twenty-four 3 ears ago to hatch trea
son and rebellion. And look nt tho treasury
then and :iow.
J-L Louis Republican: Among the nu
merous accomplishments which it has been
discovered Prosident-elcet Cleveland ha i
his ability to keep silent in mi l.mginges in
the pre-ence of place-hunters.
Jones, (jlick'k penniteiitiary warden, now
says that nobody would tell him what a bad
man his secretary Piicy was; and how rould
lie know that he ought to have been bounced!
Tones evidently wants to make tho public
Will the Democracy of Kansas permit a
little clique of railroad" attorneys to .et up a
job to parcel out the patronage of Kansas
with the Cleveland administration! State
The Democracv of Kansas will permit
anvthingthat promises tho offices with the
greatest sunity and celerity.
Hon. G. AV. Smith, of Humbolt, tucct eds
Hon. AV. A. Johnson as attorney general.
Mr. Johnson resigning that position to take
the place of associate justice to which ho
was chosen at the late election. Mr. Smith
is a graduate of the noblu editorial profes
sion, having for v, cars edited the Jacksonville
There was n meeting of Kansas Democrats
in Kansas City the other night to arrange
for the control of tho federal patronage of
Kansns. The patronage is not yet quite
readv to be controlled but it was mete that
such a committee should meet in old Mis
souri to dipiiise the patronage of a state
which csium d that party a sound thrashing
and tho lo of all their niggers. No doutit
Frank James and the other boys were pres
ent. Tho eighteenth annual meeting of the
Kansas Horticultural society will be held at
ltiirlingame, Usage couutv, December Ifi, 1"
and IS. All delegates will be cordially en
tertained bv the lcal society. Some of the
most important horticultural topics of the
da) will be disciis-cd; among them, practical
irrigation, honety in nursery traffic, Ruian
mulberry, reicut advances in entomology,
forestry, cros--fertih.ation of fruits, Jtiii.in
fruits and others of equal importance.
The Commonwealth says that Gov. Mar
tin will have one duty to perforin during his
term, whidi, while it is imperative, ho will
verv much dislike to do. It is to call a
-pedal session ot the legi-laturo in 18S!, to
apportion tho state for members of the sen
ate and house. The constitution is impera
tive that such an apportionment shall be
made in IbSC, and as there is no regular ses
sion that year there will have to be a special
WATEFf AND WHISKY.
The grand jur" iu Topokn nro elevating
the moral utmoplicro of tlio c.i)itol to the
breathing capacity of the v irtuou? ciit!e
iiion vvlio nsseiiihlo there net month to pass
a law that will hold moro water and lest
whisLv. As there vcre only about a dozen
Democrats elected to the legislature, ui.d a
most of them arc supposed to cirry tlieir
own jug, Topeka takes it that now is the op
portune time to let the v irluojof prohibitory
The Miiartest thing (Jovernor Gliek ever
rnid or did va to denounce, at the late
cattle convention, the United Stales vetenai
ry hervice as a humbug. So is his own state
cow doctor. There would be a good deal
more tense in n state humanity doctor, which
everybody agree would bu fooli-hness.
loople will protect their own lives and life
of their own property moro ivrtmnly and
ell'ectively at their own expense than can any
finglo doctor or commission of pup sucker.
H U NCR Y ALSO
Sam AVooJ, w ho has been every thing in
tho world except n Democrat, but who is
now trying to be that, and who is likclv to
succeed if he don't change his shirts too of
ten, as editor of tho State Journal, talks
lar gcly of federal patronage in Kansas and
of who shall ami who shall not distribute
the political provender."' The next tiling
tho IVmocratie party of Kansas knows,
Sam will bo claiming an ollice himself. Wo
saw n picture of Sam once, taken by some
medium, which showed tho spirit of a ribel
brigndier hovering over him as his guardian
angel. That picture would weaken the
Democratic administration into giving Sam
an office mucker than lightning, and he
should lose no time in securing n eopv.
CLICK ANCT BLaTr.
There is a Rival deal of growling back
and forth nmong the Democrats in Knnsas
over the candidacy of Glick and lilair for a
position in Cleveland's cabinet. W don't
know how much -ctisO Oscar's Cither is
blessed with, but it i- presumed he knows
enough to come in out of the wet- Kanas
is fifty thousand Kcpublican, the strongest
Republican slate in the nation, according to
population.slio being filled withcA-uuion sol
diers, and what advantage Democratic
cabinet officer from Kansas would bo to
Cleveland's party, now or in the future,
passes our comprehension. Glick nor lilair
stand any more show of going Into Cleve
land's cubinet than does the editor of the
WILL WORK HARDSHIPS.
The secretary of tho truasur.v adv ises that
all ono and two dollar note bo withdrawn
from circulation. His idea is to force silver
into circulation. AVe uppose it would have
thalctTect. Hut it would work great incon
venience so far as transmitting bv mail small
sums of money by register from offices
which are not provided with tho money or
der system. The great majority of postofliees
of the countrv hre not money order offices,
and from theso offices small sum are daily f
rveiktered. As recistered letters go by
weight the postage would prove a grevious
r. unless the lvostal laws should be amend-'
1;., .5,1 .fennce to the transmission
V.V, .. ..
of silver. The postal notes, which can only j
be issued by money order offices, are u de- j
ception and a fiau'd.
From Xew York to San Francisco the
newspapers are discussing the "preacher in
politics." Burcbtrd and Beocher furnish the
text, but nine out of ten of the articles nro
aimed at some local offender. The time was
when the Protcitiml church made great ado
over Catholic priests and church and state,
but Protestant churches have been ruptured
within u mouth past because of the party
activity of their rmtor. It ha a cooling
effect, no doubt, on the sanctity of the aver
age religiously inclined Democrat if there
really arc such to sit and hear his own pas
tor denounce his political principles as being
desperately wicked. Speaking for ourself,
wc wouldn't listen to a preacher ten minutes
who should pretend to intimate for a mo
ment that Republicanism was not synony
mous vvith patriotism. AVchavc sometimes
been tempted to think nothing more than
to think we assure vou that when preachers
have concluded that they could talk any
thing better than the gospel they would do
well to trikc for another job. Preachers
must either lit up on politics
or clc each congregation will bo compelled
lb tupport two' divines of different political
faith, Sundav and Sunday about, or to di
vide up into Democrat Kpiseopalians and
Republican Episcopalians, Republican Meth
odists and Democrat Methodists, and so on.
In other words, tho words of a Democratic
preacher who talks politics in his pulpit
will never fail to spiritually demoralize ev
ery Republican member of his church and
vice versa. We won't say that "the politi
cal preacher mii't go," but wo wish tho
Good Father had kindly and tenderly taken
Brother Btirchard to Abraham's boson) in
thecarlvdave. of autum, and it would have
frecn jio great nii-takc to have served Beech
crin the same "way unless he is being re
served for a warmer place, which we are in
clined to think is the case. Political Preach
ers Buchard and Becchcr Rum Romanism
undjtebcllion, proved to be great elements
of strength within tho Republuam party,
so much so, in fact, that they busted it.
"The truth i that in Kansas, two years ex
perience under Democratic rule, there has
been morejobs, more extra expenses, and a
greater number of steals, than under any
five Republican administrations." Kaulk.
You are simply slopping over and giving
large rein to vour fervid imagination. Jt
would be strange if it wero true that Gov.
Glick n theonlv member of the state admin
istration lectd by the jjeople. Kvery
board in the state Is made up of Republicans
and Democrats. If that charge against the
Normal board is true, why isn't it verified.
You forget tho Bancroft steals while you
were an efficient member of that board.
The history of tho rotten commonwealth is
too well known for you to indulge your pro
pensity to prevaricate. Beacon.
As vou seem always to delight in person
al pionouns we will simply say that you
don't, know what you are talking about, and
seldom do. When vou can't understand
nnj thing, which is geiierallv the case, and
when .vou arc blinded by parti-an prejudice,
which is alwas true, vour big hold is to call
the Eai.le a liai. Your knowledge" of the
Normal board and our connection with it
is about a lucid as some of your statements
with icference to tho early historv of this
county and Paj mi's connection with it. AVe
were not on the board when Bancroft de
faulted, but wo w ere on the board when it
was discovered, and we were one of three
or four witnessc- that sent him
to the penitentiary. Another thing,
Governor Glick and not the Republican
state officers, is responsible for the placing
Democrats on the various state board-. As
to our charge of job- and the evtra expense
of his administration thev are true and some
of them will be verified by the incoming
legislature. Pusey, the Dcmocratio defaulter
at the peni ten tia rv, belonged to Glick's
Democratic administration, and the charge
of prevarication will not alter tho fact in
anv body's eyes if we except the eyes of the
editor of the Beacon, who thinks that an
extra cow-st--ion of tho legislature, and an
extra Texas steer commission and an extra
foot-atid-mouth-disea.se doctor, on a big -alary,
are not "extra expenses."
WHAT MADE HIM MAD.
The feeling existing between Itlnino and
Conkling is often alluded to. It is known
to many that the trouble had its origin in u
speech made many years ago when the two
great men were younger and both members
of the lower house. In answer to some sar
castic speech of Conkling, Illninc made tho
'As to the gentleman's cruel sarcasm, I
hopo he will not be too severe. The con
tempt of that large-minded gentleman is to
wilting; bis Imughtv disdain, his grandilo
quent swell, hi? majestic, superuminent,
overpowering turkey-gobbler strut lis been
so crushing to im self and tho rest of tho
members of ths house that I know it was an
act of the greatest temerity forme to ven
ture upon a controversy with him. Hut,
sir, I know who is responsible for all of this;
I know that within the lust few
weeks, as members of the house
will recollect, an extra strut
liis characterised tho gentleman's
bearing. It is not his fault, it is the
fault of another. That giftid and satirical
w ntcr, Theodore Tilton, of tho New York
Independent, six nt some weeks recently in
this citv. His letter published in that paper
embraced, with main serious stotements, a
litlle jocose satire, a part of which was the
stateimnt that the mantle of the late "Winter
Davis had fallen upon the member from
.New lorK. i lie gentleman took it serious y
and it L-avc his strut nn extra pompositv.
Tho seniblince is great, it is striking. IIv-
penoa to Salv r, Thersites to Hercules, mud
to marble, dunghill to diamond, a singed
cut to n ltengul ticer, a whining puppv to n
roarinir lion. Sh.ido of tho mis?htvl)ttvis.
forgive the ulmo-t profanation of that jocose
FEARLESS AND FREE,
The Cyiuliiann, Kentucky, News thus an
nounces tlio law as it is laid dovvn by tho
solid south, l'oor Cleveland:
"It must not be forgotten that the south
vill not be ignored any longer. She intends
to have a voice in this administration; to bo
s-eon and heard. It will be vsell for tho
Democratic lmrty and for President Cleve
land if half tlio cabinet offices ae conferred
upon southern Democratic statesmen. They
are ns nhlo and as patriotic as any other
fcitir-ens of tho I'niled Sates, north, east,
west. Mr. Pendleton made a sjioeC)j
at Columbus, Ohio the other day.
As visual, it was obnoxious
to tho thorougoing and conservative Demo
crat. He taut ho supposed Mr. Cleveland
would not depose many ltcpublicans now
holding office, or words "to that etTeet. Mr.
Cleveland could not give greater otlen-e to
Democracy of the country than to retain Ke
publieans in office at tho cxpen-e of the
Deniocratisparty. Theso hundred thousand
office holder were the foremost among our
eit!7en to swindle Samuel J. Tilden out of
the presidency, and give it to K. It. Hayes
the Ohio fraud. 1 hey have been tools m
the band-of de-perate menofihe Republi
can partv, and no J)emocratic president can
have a Democratic government with anti
Demovrat to do tho work.
A DEMOCRATIC VIEW
St. 1aui l'o-t-Dispatch: "The Republi
can partv i not dead, dving or even lvdly
damaged. If Democrats tliinlc so, and act
accordingly, they will be spoedilv undeceiv
ed and ill-serve w hat they are IftVcIr to get.
The Itepublican partv is the most perfect
and powerful tolitical organization the na
tion has ever seen, and ha had a longer se
ries of unbroken sueces-e than any other.
It propose- to live and will live: made wise
unto salvation by the result of its own blun
ders, and readv to take prompt advantage of
- ' - - - nr
i of it- adversary, uue
ere will now
'ucral and thorough re
publican housecleaning: the rogues will be
sent to the rear and honest men brought to
the front; and the chronic evils which have
so long disgusted and discouraged decent
l!eimblicari will reccivo the severe attention
thev hive so long needed. The Itepublican
thev Hive so ions nceueru i uc
partv of lSiS will lm a vety dill
to fight than "was tho Republic
ican partv ol
i-vi. Vour ears of minority experience
will have brought wisdom, white stimulating
sterner di-cipliue and more desperate effort
to recover lo-t ground. The mighty ma-
chine vvliicli.ior iwemv-iourvra,
i n.i .? srt,s-klTfw? ifiA riAtional adminis-
tr,t;on -jh not fall to piece on such small
provocation a losing a seventh succe-sive
victory by 1.140 votei"
Until Further Notice we
LAWRENCE, I. L, 4-4,
4-4 BLFACHED MUSLIN
BEST DRESS GINGHAMS
BEST PRINTS - '
ALL WOOL SOCKS
Our Cloak Stock
Price is Tour Price. '
Kansas National Bank.
No. 30 MAIN STREET.
COMMERCIAL BANKING A SPECIALTY
Ion ni Money at Lowest Jtatcs.
Issue Sight Drafts on all parts of Europe,
Buys and Sells Gov't and Jlunicipal Jlonds,
Pays Iiitcrest on 'Jh'mc l)ipoit
Any Amount of
Tu Loan iu .Uilral)! REAL ESTATE-l-hr KAKMS ur CITY H.f tCltrv .
JUT Connecticut Rates of Interest. 3
l. II. UOYS, SAM'L IIOUCK,
I.KWIS. ProsidcKt. A. A.
Bank of Commerce.
Loans Money on Real Estate,
Receives Deposits, Time
liuys and sells exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal bonds,
and transacts banking in all its branches.
So. 17 Douglas Avenue,
Exton's Corn Mills.
FlneGrociia anflBolteftCorn Meal.
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
nn 's coxl ollice,
promptly. Telfilione to
IT YOU AXE OOINO TO BIY A
Watch, Gun, Pistol,
Dinnioml IJn, Sieve Ittitlons, Itlus, VVniclie,
Ihnln or in fuel every llilnp, It ill iy
you to poanil pee
POST THE PAWNBROKER,
For, Ifne has anything von want, yon can av-e
monc-y liy tmvlnpof him- fj"l''i""rs went
of! renvint Itoutr, nevt to NIHerlnmler's laml
ttKce, ( ItauslH tvfiiue Wlclilta Kata.
H. R. CAMP,
Waiches Jewelry Silverware
Aim branch oUice fur the (Jnttnl i-tate
Watch foinpany. 53" One door weft of the
Valley Ilouje. IIohkIh avennc. S'-
Of Wilscn & Tillinghast.
CLEABWATEE, - - KANSA8
lo a general li-inVln blDert". l'ronipt at
tention Kiv-n to coII:tin. Kt-tr
Wichita. - - Kansas
Branch Yard at
Garden Plain & Harper.
Killeen & Stockinger,
Practical Plumbers, Ste?m 6l Gh
(las Fixtures. Stan Heating k ending a
Specially. Estbales Fcraijhed.
Job work promptlv :tnlffl to. Oflice In
VVrnr's tallllcp. tioncK- arena.
W. L. McBEE,
Sedgwick County Abstracter.
Ab-tracl of title compiled on short nolle
Fira, Life and Tornado Insurance.
J" neprr-enlin -even or the Urprst com
lunlei) lu the worM 93-tf
Do pa- Avenue. Wichita Ka-in
Sure cure Tor rlnorrhe, chonlee, sleet. In
flammation c.r the bladder, lidnejs, pa.tole
pland ; whites, Ir'ammatloa of th nrethra,
v ajAna white, and all dieea-e of either male
or female or the urlno-cenltal oi-ran. For sal
bv SwenUell ft Docjtlaa, drcersisU, oppoiU
postofflc Wichita Ksttu Ul-tl
is not at all broken in Styles or Sizes. All we ask
Anything in our line we
YOST & BENSON,
Are still on deck and with a
big grin watching pretenders
as one by one they go to the
hole. In short, we are so far
in the lead in
That point needs no further
aREAT SCOTT !
We will sell you anything i
you want in that line so cheap
that you can't help buying,
Next Door North of PoetofBce.
l taVe plf a-ure in announcinstothe pub-
lie that I have rcumed my clas. of Gcraian j
In-tructlon; and vsill from December lt,
occupy room No. N or l'ror. I'en-e' Com- '
merciil College, over Woodman's Hank. (
Ladle.' cU from 2 to 4 p. m ; Senile -
men s from to 9 p. ru. 1
Further Information may be obtained by
cal!in? at mv residence, corner KmH?ria
avenue and Kncll-h street.
MRS. A. DUESCHAUX.
HAUlLCiK & JAu&bUIl,
tVholesale and Iletall Dealer In
And all alcd of
Canon City, Trinidad and Osage !
V7. Va., McAlestor, Port
Scott, Cherokee,' Rich
Hill and Pittsburar. ;
law, Pbler, CtEK Erkt, SHwdt isa
APeTTK-J 1P -l Scale,"? Doarla arj- tide ,
l1iHLa.ti;si;at.trtt,bt lou?la a4 First
shall Sell Goods at the following prices:'
lf You wouldEscapejKp
4 7-8 jRl " f&tfmM
.t?s--' .v w .v luuu m ms- n. m ' w
r- r. .-?;; iMBaA
a m kobinson Amm
r-.flli .E'! :'Ar
7 :M BROSMpfl
7 '$w l m
'-Jlni 21 Main Strnf.. K.':i.::.
8 3iIHl 21 Main Street. .9BI
Mcl 21 Main St. ML,
W 21 Main iQPi-B""
:lm &1 WMMWfMA
19 mm,rMEWMfmR&. t-
shall he to the front.
21 MAIN STREET.
Hard Times, Wheat Low, Cleveland Elected, and
Overloaded "With Goods.
These are the Four Reasons why I propose to Slaughter
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES,
TRUNKS AND BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Thirty days.
I don't think times will be much better, lor some time. I
propose to unload, and I am going to do it sure.
Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock.
All good New 'Fresh
One Hundred Dollars
j To any man, woman or child
article in the house. Ten per cent will be returned to you in gold, silver or currency on all
purchases in clothing amounting from 50 cents upwards. Twenty per cent will be returned
to you in gold,silver or currency on anything in the boot and shoe line. Remember the placce,
CHEAP CASH STORE.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, First door West of Citizens' Bank.
CALL AND SEE IF I MEAN BUSINESS.
Douglas iFenae, scar
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Huntin outfits rented on reasonable renns
1 r t s-it,
f v o iirl Kfll A (f 1 T ll"iTl Q
L11 tlIIU OLU -O-UUltlOIlb
,, ,,lho mmX alrbl retldence prci-rrty
J. A. STEDMAN
General Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornado, Life and Accident
OrriCE in) DOUGLAS ATEXL'E
Over llarces' Drox Store.
i Largest Agency In tie Valley.
.. S-JVEia?KI, .
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
Ecsldenc on Lawrence Avecu. nearOntrrl
Avenue rost-OCce Bcr ia. If
! Druggists and Grocers.
! FIRST BtOCK WEST OF TKEMONT HOUSE.
SO X W Douglas Ave., WidiitaKsV
&-jvFAM fss nn5
p WI.WW JJJt w
lliUUU WUKKINli SHIKIS
ITHE CELEBRATED BATESWHITEsBEDSPREAD $1.05
IllGOOD OVERALLS -
l!N!n:H0RSE BLANKETS -
ife:ml WWITF Rl AMlCTQ
-r- - -r ...... -,.vl.o
10-4 All Wool Minneapolis Blankets$5; sold for $7.50
is Come and See Us.
Clean Goods, marked right out in plain
We sell stnctlv at One Price. I will otter
that will "jew" either mv ulerks
Wichita City Roller MHls!
Xs las Cm
TbeM brands bare been on the rrarkets Kaet, Wet, North and .Vmth for tea yesrs, aad have
won an enviable reputation wherever introduced. To try the-ro I to stay with them. W. are
alway In the market for wheat at highest cah price.
OLIVER & IMBODEN CO.
"The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
Xiii BARD. Jr . IrMat.
J AS L- LOHBAED. VIce-l're'i.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, -
J. JL ALLEN,
GEO. E. SPALTOX.
JAMES l -
r.,.v- n--'. fnl f:iArrlitkM
act a Gcncrid Banking flu.
Jisvr. tatov jt co . a -wmi st , x t,
i m-ACKSTVjyr SATIOXAU UaMi. ItemUtm
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We. quote no prices our
or myself five cents on any
BURET fc KBOENERT
filO. f. SPALTOX, A't Cashier
- - - $52,000
Tlua amd Sell Exrkatar. ami tra i
satjox av ba re or aiikwca . c-r
atMCHAJITS SAfL BAXK.Xaaaa UtT
m fi i ""Ewmiyi iqi .n.
READ MY PARTIAL LIST AND CALL FOR
I'M 320 ktk In Snmuer connty, 6 nlles
notlli of CaUlwell ; 70 crr In culll.atlon, all
Cowl Unci. M.SOO.
1733. Qnarttr-tectlanS mllnwextol Norlh
0.U, Snmuer county ; CO acre under cultiva
1732. yuarter-sectloa 3 lull northeast of
Kulvar.e, umncr county ; one-half under cul
tivation, (mall crsnary 1I,U, tOUO on 4
'er- lime at a prcnl
1731 XX, acre uuiniirOM-J Uu.l SVj lulleo
outh of .Sotihllflil, Sumner county ; guott U
Injc water ti.t-.iO, or Mill tell juarter wia
1730 lTulmiiniveJ quarter 4 iulle north of
Norlhdeld. A i laiul. .UX
1739.640 acres 3 mile Minth of Cbecev ; 40
acre In cultivation ThU ij tpIrnJM Una ana
173S. 160 acres ii rulles north of Cheney 3u
aerea in cuIllTaUon, liqluf; water. l,t.v.
1737, Qnarter-iectlon 7 mile south of Cheney;
'SS. Quartor-tectloo Iumilet aonth of Cheney;
SO acre In cultivation t.si
1711. UuirairoTwl (uartcr 3 miles sonlh of
vr 13-2l(r vv-t, Klcgnian county,
20 acrca broie. si joo.
15. w l-Sorwl-JSi-SS-Sw, Kinerman coun
ty, Si) acre broke, !-).
1371. (juartcr 2 1-2 mllea e of Cheny. i0.
13U3. lou a s mile a e or Wichita. Juu.
lfttt. liu a lu tec 4-2-3 eaat, Butler county,
S3 In cultivation, ls),
lttU. yuartfrl mllea o wot Ganlen I'lain,
ISX!. 10 a 2 mile n w of Garden Vlaln, SO a
ltsw. n e 1-1 3S-3S-1 w, 7 mil.- n w or Garden
liliu. n e 1-4 4-ai-t if, all raw. tlbo
1-54 ltj) acres i 1-2 nil I ft northeast of . hen
ey, unimproved; $i.ti)
1,U. l,7tjacre in (ireennool ruuuty, oue
hali Knot fanning laud, livinc ia:ir, luinlle
tn cood ratlruail ttalloQ. a line tlneV rum
7..VJ jwr cm, l-3caii. balance 1 and 2 years
lhtl.' WO acre. 1 tiillen toiithne.t of t-edg-wick
City: K tperacret
1.-U0. ir)cre i mllet west of Aniioier, wat
ered by rour-Mlle creek, cheap at l,700.
Isf.-y Itiuarreit 3 1-J mlle4 rut or Gmldanl,
all eplendid land; -7AI.
IT'.'il. 8" acaea 3; nillr Miutbea.t of Ilayne ;
all la cultivation. Di-.tory hua.eiif Sroomi,
Kood atable, com crib and granary, nice gTuio
17.'4. ino acroH mile onttieat of Derby; (X)
acre lu cnltlv atlon , house, stable and grauary,
so acrra all hedired In, Iv ajipl tre tJ.Ttu.
1711. lbO acre 1 mllea southeast or Ilayne 1 1,
tory house of 3 rooms, good stable, crib and
jrranarie. tuacrei in cultivation, peach orch
ard, ,i mllcoflicdKi'.eJ.Ti"!
1710. lflii acre B mllea from Clearwater ; t
acres In cultivation, living water, some heiUe
and shade tree .',IM
17S9 yuarter-seitlon or raw land 2V, mile
from .SorthQcld ;.H"i SI,Hi on 3 yenrs'
time at H percent
Y!!S. lOfOacrealn Sumner county! mllea rrom
Caldwell; wutcr-i by theChlkaallaanditeveral
iprlni-'s, ir acri s under cultivation, 3 dwelling
and other Improvements 14,cj
-So 1712 Ivl acrr i)i- mi Irs southeast or
Ganlen I'lain. s) acre
in cmtivation, nice
piveaorrationwomi ana vox eiiier. linear. N 1CJ im, ttx Tvoat.t,n Central ave
lnj.each tree. living wnter Ihie 1 a bar-, nUB( funirr ot 75,140 feet Hare and carriage
galn;.,.ii. jiart time. house, apple, peach, plnm, cherry aedihad
No 1711. li acre 2 mile west of Valley j trees, t-luou -j
Center, nice house IDxiU iwlth ad.Utlon 7x11. s m Tbr.eeoUageaeo Kmrla arena.
.table, RTanary an.l crib, in acre pasture. Ros-l, KnKl!4h addition, ll rented at t'l Hare. i
bearinKurchanlsurappla ami l-aath tree eh..lc Investment
lf.-i iin7 a v jiuirs w hi itiii.i-, Biiiaii jiumbi.
CO a under cultivation, Kod orchard of apple
and peach, nice, trove,
1531 1W) a 1-2 mile from Cheney, 40 a in cul
1532 311 a 7 mile w ot town on Conskln
creek, l-) a under cultivation, 10 a of timber,
house i'f 3 rooms, granary, stable and other
building, all hedicnl and enwe hedged, splen
did orchards ami groves Till 1 a beautiful
place, K)per acre
ir-vi imi a 3 mues 01 town, near ii;viiio
lHiSt-offlce, 110 a In cultivation, good'1 1-2 story,
house with addition, barn 2li with loft, corn '
crib, smoke house, Ac, , !.' a pasture, grxxl ,
bearing orchards, 33 per acre
17J. 2M a 1 mile n w of (io-Msrd, lit) a lu
nltlvatlon. 1 1 2 story buusn of 7 room, lee
touse. (tore building. 1-o.t-offlce 011 place, good
.nA lltln.r ia(T.t sAln rrrtll aTrJMsTI ttn.I
cultivation, I 1-2 (torybpuA of 4 rooms and
:kki waiieu nuar, tamo ami granar--. on
Clear creek. ia)
13M. lMI a 3 mile n of Cheney. 70 In cultiva
tion,; house, some fruit, watered by Spring ,
liSl' im a 2 1-2 miles of Garden I'lain. 113 a
In eultWation, good house, barn, granary, Ac ,
all fenced with wire and hedge, 4 a or One bud-
led rruit. aiiMi.
iv.i lti a in iiotier county, a nines rrom An
gusts, 2aof timhr, 12" In cultivation. goeI
nnuse, granary and stable, plenty of fruit, liv
ing water, e-VxM
UVt. 1W a 3 1-2 mile w of Valley Center, 1 1-2
lory bouse, 3 room and cellar, granary and
other Improvement, watered by Utile river,
Vft T acre
ISM VA a 3 mll( n ol Wichita, honee with 2
rooms, small barn. 140 a In wire pasture, good
orchards of apple and peach, 423 per acre
13n3 WO a miles e of town. So a In cultiva
tion, 130 a fenced, youcg orcharl, waternl by
Gypsum creek, ), j(0 cash, balance on
time at 1 per ent
laet. uuanersec irmieanor .ren -iain
house with 3
I rooms and small barn, to a In pas-
(,u t, ,1 n 1 1 ... tf .AU.H r e ,..
tcrmstoeuit 1 . -' prn-rly on Main. street,
1340 I(.ialmIIe wofGoddard, 1 1-2 story "-" rent, 2!H,
nonse of fi room and gmel cellar, stable for lij 1-1 An elegant residence In the north'
horses, cow stable rum head, grauary, cribs Ae east part of th city Large grounds, nne ft nit
good hedges, So a pasture, wiml. Ma in culU-1 and bade tree, moilern house la perfert or
vatlon, living water, orchard, Ac , H'.', easy ! der; a rare chance to ths right party
term No I'd C-jllageof Ave room on Meat av
1M1. 100 a 1 mile e of Cheney, ll a In cult!-. nne, plenty of fruit, over one acre of land,
ration, living water, tome fruit, 1JM. . (Iku
1317 ibOal 1-2 mile e Garden i'lain. 120 a In' v.. !- -r.. 1. .,... .. wi-i.ii. .., a..
t,.I ..J.-, I.I .! . .
K.ji. jn a 3 miles n w or Wichita, M a In rnl
tlvatlon, rest encIosel In pasture, good h'ruse
and stable, W"i.
IR2I v a z iniirs n w or town, su unaercm-
tl ration, 1 l-tory house ot rooms, stable,
orchard and shade tree. )
UTS inoao rnlleswr Wichita. If" a In
eultlvation, honee with t rooms, stable, crib
Ae , S."iij
ftli Inianmlle writ Wlehlt. tun aln rnl-
tlvatlon, house and stable, elVw
IT?, Mo a 2 1-2 mile n of Jrdn I'lain, fun
a In cultivation, S hctu-e srwi s stable, llvintT
6 So. 11V). l-riV acres splendid river ledtoin,
miles "Milb of Mlehita, If acre In cultiva-
ln, houte or 3 rwrri, stable and (rrsnery,
ovl hedge on lwald.alre. by Arkansas
elvey. jtwl bearlftic rthar.J aal plenty of
nisll rralt. per sere
n le iMe.,,- mile rrom Tosisrela.
i".mZTta elaiio. rl J rtyjmlh&ue
with cellar, l.srn. e.rsls, ee , partly fenc-l,
jrwel orchard. UBvl"f of lislm; waiert (Si
rer., will trade rrirni-rir In WJchSl
1M1 IM acres 1 mlls tfrth of iesrwater, TO
rr la cultivation, hwine of 3 rrwros, Ii-isii ,
aronnd, Boorehnlof besrlnit teheet tt.p'l
WJ Irtlaeres 2 miles e.t of (rby , tsn acre
In eultlratlon IxraraofS rnunis, table etc.,
ortharls, l-seroiM wph placet TJ.
1.X3I IO' cre, C mil nHiO.jt tt (eldsrl
on Hry crk, all In enrivlln. hrme, stable,
trranery, crlls etj- . b-dlm to.M,)iBX
orrhaH, llvlsjt watert .-rere
1 r. l'J m ,,.,r w, u, ft"". iiNrinlt. 1,1 HHI Ml fl U,ll
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Ceraer Delu tad LuptrU Avtas,
WICHJLT-rV, - - KLrVi-TSAS.
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
K. F. Niederkndcr,
Corner- of Emporia cd Douf Jaa ATnuta.
lhava the sole ejif y tor let la SUvraa aj.
dltion. IteseloU aro centrally located, ms4
are havin rratiy !.
-No.jw. six lot
frontt 1 mcJ
lnporla ava, sm
No. 377 Two tots on Fourth
Nil eta ! rn.rt
oa Toi-ska aveaa.
, ml houee. ve.T
winoitee, vey ciiepaiaja,asai.
So. 373. Ten IoUuq rirst street, aotwe, Lara
and carnase sheti SI Joo.
No 371. Comfortable rMldac la north part
of the city, on ami a half acre f hunt, has
tmoim, barn and vut battdl(. Irtl irutt
and had, M.WW.
Ny.Srti NfwhouMof S room ten sonlh Te
pekaavence, two lts, a srUtxlM l.rtala a
o. an. Kin new residence of it inoaa o
Wrc etreet, e-t fmnt, -l cellar, K, wa
ter, bath, nivxlern stjle, sMXt shade aad I roil
. V. tlhl lot north oa Usvreac areaoe
ae-1 Market street tl.Ttsi
o IM ll.us with 3 lot on Kmporla avs
oni prlre, tl,IX.V.
No 313 rieasant rotu on Mill lrt aar
lonj:lB avenue, barn awl out bulldlofs; M.M
Ho. 311 snu feet on Mal avtavt, flva te
inent houses or 3 room each; will pay a gue-l
Interest on the Investment; Vl.tWO.
2i3. NewcottacveTSrooiua. oa TiiMk are
nne , ninth corner lot very cneap at 1,40.
No 277 Mthl loU on Mala and Market
streets, 23x140 each; IW
No 73, Small houM on Topeka avsaa.
English's ad.UUon, lot.xlsD (13M.
No. 272. Cottaceorilve roonsa on Mala stret.
barn and coal house, lot UUJ-lsO. tail froat
fruit and shade Irves; tttxi.
No ill. lTf lot i 13x363 feel un Wleklta
atroel; two email houte, ba-i- fsncsi, all
kind of rruit aad fln sh.U; tiow
NO Zui. Ten aura aoata or ta ally, very
X. Goodhnalne property on Water ittaet 1
a choice- location for a sjrain dealer. Call tot
full description, price, U.
Iri One acre lot on First (tr t asaall aoaa
of 3 or 1 room, two porca, yoaag tf.
1V3 Suburban place sonth. funrlot. hoaa ol
Sruonu, eellar, press and bath roots. W,taW.
1W. Cottage or 3 room oa Marl trt;
mall atahle, corner lot, good. BslfhborbcMd
1-7 A I ante down-towa rraldrace eoraer lot
lonxlto fet, frame bons uf ll rooiaa, cellar,
cistern, ttono walk, shade and fralttey aet
many such place In the market. ;, ,
No 173, One-tory franu boa, roar rooau
and pantry, on Moaley avenue, LntlotxIMfeel,
east front, corner alley, fin trait" aad Miade
No 17U, Cottage of four room oa Waco
street, lot 32x112 feet, ec-od fence, peach. Pear,
tilum . cherrr and One had tree, rrte fllUO.
Ion goo.1 term
I'o Irtn, live or six cotUjrc la Kast Vtlealt.
nnder rent at -M per cent on the price asked for
them House new and In s"tod order a choice
No It4t, House with three room, en First
treet, cellar, lic-Ure fenrn, fruit and- aaad
trees, one acre of ground, !."
No 127, lions seven room on Lawrence av
enue, ninth 1 brn tT four hone, buggy h-l
chicken house water In house, una frail and
hade trevs.a beautiful borne, i-i.
No 117, Elegant residence on Topeka ?
nue, eleveu room, nlna pr, barn, crib aad
mtbulldln bral walks, )ilcket fence, ta
fruit and hade tree, :!
No trl Valuable business property on tong
las avenue, nrst-classtiKatlon Call fur prlre
No M Ilhe buslncs j.rorty 00 IKiagl
avenuei old building, but very cheap at .
No M One-story frame on Waslilngtoa
street, urge lot, 7ii
.-." vi uu
anlnrss pnirrtr on Hougla avena.
t in a.Hllllun raine im.idlng, rent well.
, rtim eeh.cemntM relUr. paatrr and 'elo-
, rt , , ,,onM1 ,,. ,.,,, -,,.,- ,. jo-.,
' reel, ais. each
No 133. One-storr frin: residence on Iw-
j rente avenue, six rvoms, cellar, el house,
carriage house hennery l.,t well fene.1.90((ii
' ine vaneiy or rrvjitana na.t tr, pes)
" ,...". -.
n II Two lot on Kmwirla aveau. Hag-
ll.h'sttti addition. ')
No V Two choice lots o IXioglss aveaai,
line business property Call and get th 0f arse
No 21 fix lots In lakeside addition, cheap
No 40 HiegWHl lots on Court street, a)3u
to t2"; each
So M Twn lU on VTieMta street, f.
No M HI lot on iug!as avense, Man.
No 73 A nlre plat of gronnd for sub-dlttd-tngon
Iwrrn'eatid Topeka aiense, caa be
1 told at a bargala
No 78 riulnlotcmMaia street, 10VB.
No M trg lot on Merkel street, cheap at
No 1 A Isrge lot for ob-.tirldlf, ca Oa
(,el tmslaess property la IMtll, Cnwley
. . F I . '
1 '"" 1 W ' ......... .-. w.
IW acres adjoining the W, Will Ira-le for
V, Icblla projrty
lil ot two ( ten acre mi Cvltege Hill at
rtasonshl figures ThU Is the lavorlt b!r
bsn lislltr, ami will s-ico be taken Dp for per
maitenl are) ettnlly Itofnes
Th tale r lot lu Perry's addition hs beea
1 wllhoatsiireeedenl In WIehlta W aere ld
at retsll elthln three weeks. 71ts lw prtee,
I liesuOfnl rnrnnds and rapid lmpovmt In
surrnniellee prirty fnr. a sale to vry ras-
tomer tier. Is a rare hsnn fur speraistl'a
will a Imrne-tlste u
I kavslheearluslvpskleof loUla Irmm aad
rbllllt-s alditlon,sathor tbeetty This is Its
blcbest put of ground read the rity. aad
prite re within the reach of all, ICsts lots ai-
( ready e-dd. aad boesea are spr)uflB;p all te
the s-i.lltlon Call early and make a ertla
n late Improvement, la West WlehlU, la-
rIoitiBif ... D,w basseneeraVtyrt. have brosakt
n a upreelejU.l demand for lou la that le-
,,,,), lt . the ft vcant prprty U th.
j.., WBUr t vtlejjita. aad there U
, (1&aM of fu Imu4 rrrwth srel a ewl a-tvaea
1 m..,,. tirtees
, VTn nipn '