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TKE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 30, 1886.
If. M. UURDOCE, Editor.
WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 80
Rcferriug to the protection vrlug of
the Democratic party, tlio Co'urier
Joarnal Bays: "Tlio Democratic dog
is not goiDg to let thn tailwae bim.
He will Lave it mnputcd first.
Perhaps not; but we shall 6ec.
.Wichita is talking tip a paper mill.
The patronage of the Eagle would
go far toward helping out the enter
nrisc. State Journal.
Wc should say so something like I
tcnundles a day.
Governor Brown, one of the re
ceivers of the Texas Pacific railroad
denies that there arc any indications
that the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe
are likely to set control of that por
tion of the Texas Pacific which ex
tends from Dallas to El Paso.
The Eagle has been pounding away
at Kauapolis, and now it seems there
is to bo some hammering from the
other side. The fact is they both tell
the truth about cachothcr.-llulchinsou
The severest hammering that can
be given Hutchinson is to stick to the
truth and say nothing there U nnth
ing commendable to say.
Arkansas Democrats hold their state
convention in Little Uock today. The
convention will be composed of two
hundred and fifty delegates, ami lively
tunes are expected, inasmuch an a
spirited contest has been going on a
regular triangular fight for the
office of state auditor. It is not re
corded the ticket to be put in the
field will have a walk-over. Tlio Ie
ptililictiM ot that state arc not asleep
and will be heard from Inter.
A. I'. Man, Jr., who has been con
nected with the St. Louis and San
Francisco for the past nine years, first
:n aesi-tant engineer and then as pur
chasing agent, will resign and take
charge of the construction of the. Sil
ver Spring' aud OKola lino in the ca
pacity of chief engineer, The duties
of purchasing agent of the Frisco arc
now being performed by Frank V.
Wherry, sccrctasy to ihe general
manager, who, it is understood, will
soou Ijo officially appointed to ihnt
po-ii:o:i in connection witii his duties
Democratic leaders are
m-1 of lrick-tcr. o footicr ik I hi
Morrirmi tarifl measure defeated and
HKJCiniiigly irrcroncil-ible divergence
produced in that party, than Sam
Uaudall, the leader of the other ex
treme iu the tarifl question, bobs up
serenely with a new tai iff scheme and
the complacent announcement is made
the two wings will flap together ou
that aborbing question in the ap
proaching campaign, the west follow
ing Morrison's lead and the east Itan
dall's. For ways that are deceptive
and tricks that arc cunning the Demo
crats arc simply incomparable.
The. wholesale discharge of passen
ger conductors from the service of the
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
railroad for the supposed oflense of
"sinking" the company's funds re
minds us of an anecdote related iv-
cr.d c.irs ago of the exploiln of a con
ductor on Jh'j (Sroraia railroad be
twecn Atlanta and Augusta, lie wa
tt veiy poor man when he entered the
service of thecompany. Iu the course
ol a couple of years he had married
him a wife, bought a house and furn
ished it with elegant apointincnU,
Minimrtcd a dashing span of hor.-cs
ami phaeton, and lived in affluence.
The attention of thn superintendent of
Ihe rond was called to Ihu matter by
one of (ho directors who suggested
that '.he conductor had best he dis
missed. The superintendent replied
that it was a matter of economy with
the company to retain him, for the
rra-on that tins man was already sup
plied with the appoiiiiuiriiM men
tioned, and if he were dUuiied ami
another put in hi' place the" same
thing would have to be gone througU
with again. Conductors are targets
at whom many withering joke arc
fired, hut they are, nevertheless a jolly,
wholcsoulcd set of fcllown and as hon
orable a any other class of men.
The Atlanta Constitution does not
view the vital question' that aflcctthc
smith's material interests through the
same glasses as its great free-trade
contemporary, the Louisville Courier
Journal. In discussing the tariff
question the Constitution s.-us: "Thi
section has entered upon a new era of
development. All of the old condi
tions have changed. Vc no longer
boast that this is an exclusively agri
cultural section; wo are striyiug to
build up all sorts of industries, from
the smallest to tho greatest; wc arc
even striving to compete with Mew
England in some lines of manufact
ures. In fine, the people of this ec
tiou. no matter what the newspapers
may say, mid no matter what the atti
tude of southern congressmen may be.
are iu favor of protection to some in
dustries. The most unintelligent far
mer knows that he must have nearer
home markets before he can prosper,
as the farmers of tho north and west
have prospered, and he knows that
the building r.p of iudustrics in the
south will give him these home mark
ets." The qualitative analysis of the
vexed question as offered by the lead
lug southern journal above quotcd,wc
fear will not serve to closo tho diver
gence between the two wings of the
great party and cause them to flap to
gether in perfect harmony.
That tho growth aud spread of pop
ular sentiment in favor of govern
ment by the people throughout the
civilized world is substantial and pro
gressive is evidenced by reccut results
that have crowded upon each other in
tho eastern hemisphere. A little more
than a year ago Mr. Gladstone, the
great English premier and statesman,
in canvassing the question of home
rule for Ireland bclorc the people of
tho United Kiugdom 'was as oftcu
greeted with derision as otherwise.
His present campaign is a continuous
ovation, and spite of the wcallkand
strong iulluence of the opposition
it seems like ihe popular verdict in
support oT Mr. Gladstone and his
sehoiuc will be practically tmauimous.
So jealous, loo, arc the French for the
safety of the republican form ot
government which they were so
manr vears in securing that thev
Miil.lnrtl.tt.it.lAt.MlA II.a .tAn...
ofllicfctv persons who represented
the late dynasty and banished them
from the country. And now comes
the statement that Sagasta, the Span
ish premier, has announced a willing
ness to submit the question of a popu
lar form of government to the people
of that country if he fouud himself in
the presence of a Republican majority
in parliament; which circumstance in
dicates very clearly that the question
is uppermost in the minds ot the
Spaniards. A like condition also ob
tains among the people, subjects of
other monarchic, though perhaps not
bo advanced in organization as those
mentioned. And as little as it maybe
thought bv the casual observer, this
growth of sentiment, aye, this ever
Increasing popular demand for self
government which is but another
name for human liberty is the natural
result of the spread of Christianity.
The question of soul liberty and its
consequent freedom of action has been
the question of ages. True, it was
covered up and hidden from view for
centuries, but it is uppermost now
aud will so continue utitil the univer
sal brotherhood of mau is acknowl
edged by all countries and all people.
Representative Henderson, of Iowa,
made an announcement ou the floor
of congress that must have been
shocking to the rcfiucd sensibilities of
president's ardent admirers. lie
stated that the president was wedded
to Jcflcrsouiau simplicity. It is less
than a month since the president w:is
wedded to Miss Frankic FoUom, and
back of that some time his name iva
associated with that of a womiu
named Ilalpm. The next thing we
expect to hear of the president is tint
he is running around trying to find out
whose husband he is. Seriously, Mr.
Henderson's remarks were most with
ering sarcasm; but they were richlv
merited by the circumstance which
brought them forth. See house pro
ceedings. ICons-is Citv is iust revaling in a
new sensation. They have a cowboy
preacher who is after the cam .Tones
slylc. And the humpback is ju-d go
ing into ccitacies over his style aud
sermons. Following is a specimeu
paragraph from a sermon if it may
he called such delivered before a
crowded house la-t Sundaj: "Xow,
some of you fellows got mad because
jou saw my spurs last Ligkt. I didn't
.do Miiy spurting at all then. I haven't
yet. When I act to spurting thing
will got up aud get. If you arc mad
thisearly. you sin-be-nicarcd ra-caU,
ou will he red-hot befoic the fiay is
The ".pnatc yestirday. parsed over
the president's veto, the DcsMoiucs
land grant bill. This is the lirol ouc
of tho president's many vetoes that
the senate has felt constrained to over
ride. From our understanding of the
measure we think the senate fully
justifiable in its action.
To the Editor of the Easle.
June 28. Warm.
One hundred degrees iu shade.
Kobt. Itodgers U at Wichita today.
Ellwood Fiuch went to Mulvanc on
Saturday. He l.a been appointed
station agent for the At -hison. To
peka & Santa Fe at that place.
Our fellow townsman, Mr. .Fred
I'armrnter, ha- Itid oil" ids second
addition to the rily oT WichiSa.
Mr. I'. M. Morgin his a.-i-epted a
position :m iiian-igiT of th.' Chicago
Lumber Co'-. ard-, in be local. -d at
St. John, county scat of Slidl'urd
Mr. W. G. White, recently Irom
Chase county, Kansas, who purchased
X. A. Mathis property, Is adding
thereto a commodloiH bam which com
pletes the tiur-tt home iu our little
Mr. G. W. Ivamivro 1m sixty-five
acres of wheat iu flack, forty-five of
which will yield thirty .lui'ln-ls p-r
Mr. G. W. Flemmiiig has ninety
acres of wheat in stack, seventy-five
of which i much better than G. W.
KauavreV, and will yield probably
thirty-five bushels to the acre. We
cill this a good yield for an ofl ycai.
The oat crop is extremely short in
Comrades M. l.'airan, E. E. I'ollard
aud John Tingle, all of Stephenson
post.G. A. It., of this place, accompa
nied Commander Ask, of Wichita, de
partment inspector, "to Ittirton, Kan
sas, oil Saturday, lo assist in inspec
tion service- of Iturton post G. A. U.
The boys are loud in their praise of
the hospitable manner in which they
were entertained while there.
We regret to state that Mr. W. S.
Ucachran aud family will soon leave
us to make their home iu 1'coria, III.
Mr. U. has been n valuable citizen, a
just aud upright man, and the best
wishes of scores of people in this
vicinity will follow him and family to
their new home.
Mr. Al. Steadman was up from
Mr. D. Mitchell, of the IVintagraph
force, aud Mr. D. Hollcnback, Mr. M.
Barlley, Mr. G. W. Slociim, were at
Newton, Saturday last, as delegates to
attend the convention of the "uutcrri
licd." Prohibition certainly prohibits
in Newton as the boys all camo home
About 7 o'clock this p. in. a four
year old sou of W. D. Cougdcns fell
from the roof of a coal house, a dis
tance of about eight tcct, and broke
his leg half way between the knee aud
hip. Dr. Goddard was called iu and
administered the proper treatment fur
such cases. The little fellow thinks ho
would look and feel just as well if the
doctor would take that side board ull
A Mrs. Toll, of Kingman, was the
guest of her brother iu-Iaw, P. l?."l till,
of this city, on Sunday.
Preston Bro. shipped to tho Chica
go market, last week, one hundred
head ot cattle that averaged 1532 lb .
Mr. Siias Prcstou accompanied thn
cattle, and returned today. Silas took
in tho battle of Gettysburg and lots cf
other things (?) as a matter of course.
"We understand the storm last Fri
lav night blew the roof oil the school
building, at Lake City, doing $l,CO0
damage, and completely demolUhinjr
the wiud grist mill at that plare.
Ftrett City, L. A., Ne. 5220 K. of L.
Wilt roet rrmlarly Tery FriJay nlcfct la
Iteacon Clock ItaU. Slembers an reqceatM
to b prraeDtraeb eTralne. Uy orJcr of -V. W.
l"br Caotocranber. FlctoKa In all aixes and
titra. lie alao carrlea the Cacst aaMitariit
e! rlctiiTF franM l& ihe dtr. CItb hlci a
r.a.ll.Mll..I4...l.. ..I..IU Jm
MT-nirriTTw. u -u
Practical Fr-cr-hiBgraa! Iccontor, at Hyde
Messrs. Hudson & Brewster,
eon, Dr. liodion. or new
York, bat bad tfalrty-flre jean experience,
and daring- that period bat lutettitalij treated
bones and cattle for all dlecuca thatflesb la
G. C. Brewster, foxmerly or theBrltiih army,
mdnate of the Veterinary College or London
and Parle, bas joined Dr. Ilndaoa In practice.
We call tbe attention ot owner or boraea and
stockjrereralljrthatwe guarantee enrea la all
cases that we treat. Oflce: Engliah'a Star
(table;, Douglas avenue, Wleblts. 32-tf
Pioneer Lumber Man
ESTABLISHED IN 1870.
A Coiplete Stoct of Fine Luter
ej way oa haad
ry Offlc and Tarda on Market Street between
Donslaa Aenne and Fli V3treet. daetr
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS,
Jnt north of tbe Occidental.
CASWELL & BUCKLEY.
Manufacturers or Galvanized Iron Cornice.
Tin. Iron ,and Slate Kooane hy experienced
workmen, Impairing, Gntlvnng ami Spouting
.Un. u-ith nntnAftnilillimAtck. rutlniab-fl
rtiiI i!li - (nmleliel on short notice. ttlSfltf
An Ideal Cup of Coffee
CAN BE MADE FROM
A perfect blend of Private Plantation
Java and Pure Arabian Mocha.
i UASita xjucru n?
Always packed in two-pound, air-tight
tin cans. Never sold in bulk,
BS3Y IAK GUAEaITxSSD.
This Coffee sold by
J. M. ALLEN & CO
12 Doula-" Ave,
Klrlinrdsin'a Mnenetie iwitvan'c !!-iU-ry l
nap'trim mnfi t oneciai i-n-inciiner in fined
for Carm; laiUtetton. vdb.I atloa. lit-artlmrn
tick or nrri-otiA Ltsiiartia. ni-nr&Igiit, ktIney
r'lir.pisln: Ism? nsr.!., n.-nrt o:iilmnt ucr
eusne.B, aches fta i i&lnx, or female
mmiitaln'. lnMarii mm liver coaiiilsint
Sent ly mill. Kxtra lsrse tlztl0 Sn.1 for
irculara. AK-nt9 wantitl. AiMrreil) H Jojre
cencn.1 Ti;u5, jarnauf i-awiife conmy. nan.
THE CHICAGO BOAT CLUB.
CIiica;o Alenue wett i.f IIMUmore ATenue.
UnTe nt on a
licet or I.sIl- Mli'ii
Ucn I'iinbt-r Kcd
ular, roiH-r fas
tennl, which they
are letting r.t th
low irlco f 25
cents per hour.
S3"IIaveyon enjayeil tl.e luxury of a Kail on
tlio Mule Arkansas by moonlight. ilil-lm
Sttt Ccntfr J
7 - k -ta
C . V . . Am
o w .
. "" i .-.-
w I arf 0 Cpnug
riiaere fur J!eal Center, l:alnlelt. Weit
rialns. JIf rtlllR. Farpo Bprlnm, ami all point
In Southwestern Kase&a, irlil care time anl
rnonev br rolns Tla
l.KlQIITUK A ri.YMELL'S LINE.
Hf aJqiiartf r it Cimarron anil Garden City.
Iioth day csd night trains now Hop at each of
these point?. il.77-tf
THE PEOPLE S LINE.
The (Irtatrree ralueCecEai Hair CxrUoate.
St. Louis,Ft.Scott & Wichita Ry
In connection with the Ma. Pae. Ry,
Is now running morning and evening train
daily, including Sundays, to
riilliraa's Falitt Skiing Can on EvtEiKTraiM
48 M ILES
The Shortest Route to St. Louis.
The Only Sbort, Direct Line to
TEXAS & SOUTHERN POINTS
lly rvlilcii tbe pasecngrr void extra travel
depot transfer and Texatioci delay.
All Texas Point an Lical UtkltSysteti
W. H. NEWMAN.
Gen TrtSe Matuurtr. St. Lonli. Mo.
Gen. rt. ami Tide: Act, St. LosU, Mo
C. T. RECTOR.
I)iv. I's. icJTlcift AjfLt, WIchlU, Kan.
Eyes, Nose, Threat. Catarrh, Ear,
Surgery and DefermitM.
Pm tale tor and Ssixvoa la Char,
f u Fooler
7. fi rt -
It pays to
That's what the people all aay, and we will continue to Induce them to
do so, for no such
Ha ever been offered to the public by any other establishment, as wlir
be placed on our counters
Do you love laces? Visit the Enterprise.
Do you love neckwear? Visit the Enterprise.
For Hosiery Visit the Enterprise.
For Corsets Visit the Enterprise.
For G-loves Visit the Enterprise.
To Save Money, you must visit
THE v ENTEEPEISE,
109 DOUGLAS AVENUF.
Cor. DOUGLAS AVE
600 pieces of Hamburg-
Edgings and Flounoings will
be placed on sale- this morn
ing at less than one quarter
of their Actual Value.
O. BUGBEE & CO.,
215 WEST DOUGLAS AVE.
Some Special Inducement! in City Troperty. Some Cnoiee Farm for ale on eay tena
Money Loaned on all kinds of Chattel Security.
Agent for Wejtera lacdt In Lane, Scott and Wichita countief, Kama.
J. K. KOI.UDAT.
J. R. HOLLIDAY & CO,
Soecuor to MAJOR A UOIXIDAT. Dvalert Is
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES,
No. 227 Eut Douflu Anw, WICHITA, KAN.
S. D. PALLETT,
N0BTEEBN AHD SOUTEBEF PIKE LUKBEI
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors & Blinds.
aV OMct mmd WniU JW FW warf td of Domalot cimc. Yt&xe
IS FACT !
trade at the
GREAT SACRIFICE SALE!
0. E. LEWIS & CO'S.
We have placed
4 Tons of Slimmer Footwear
In all styles and kinds. Oar bargains ore too numerous to
mention. Come and see them and you will bo convinced that you
can save money by trading with the " One Price Cash on Delivery "
Boot and Shoe House of
Now is your time
EVERY LOT WILL HAVE A SIDE WALK TO STREET CARS.
PEICES -:- AKE -:- LOW,
Buy before they aie Advanced.
Is the Finest Location, the Highest Elevation
and has the Best Water in all Wichita.
STREET CAES AT YOUR DOOR.
Don't Forget; wr build you a Side-walk to the Street Cars
From Every Lot.
BROWN & COLE, 327 Douglas Ave.
L. N. WOODCOCK,
WOODCOOK. DORSET & OO,
Real Estate, Abstracts Loans
Office, Dorsey Building, opposite Court House,
Ih tbe place to get everything kept in n Fires -Qlaea Bakery.
ECKARDT t SCOTT, Prop's. 144 Main Street.
Hav two line barsn. A prlvatf tIfran
M fJonlu Arrnur. Wichita Kama
The Oldest and Largest House in the City
Aldrich & Brown,
Surgical Instruments. Druggists' Snndri&o, Fancy Goodn, Etc.
In our Prescription Departxnemt None but tho Pnrent
Drags, Finest Chemicals and Moat Experi
enced Glerks are Employed.
Orders by Mail Solicited.
Nos. 138 and 140 Main Street - Wichita Kansns
--F. W. SWAB!--
I SUCCES50iS TO V. ST.CkJJA
Keeps on hand Cue goods of the latest Htylc. Tb? Ltrgot tocJ: In tht
city. SAtUftr.tion jrBaraDtwtl. Ko tronWe lo lion- fKt;. Call wnl ne m
2". VT. B-TXTAtt.
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aPaaaHaHaial V V tHp
Guthrie's New Addition
To the City of Wichita,
Thirty (30) Acres Flatted Into One Acr Lot: Jost phud on tha
market; 1 4 mlla north of Crey'a Paric For '. by
J. E. HUMPHREY & SON,
on Sale over
LEWIS & CO.
N. MAIN STREET. WICHITA.
to bay Lots in
. Kx-C-snnty Cl'k
H. W. KENDLE,
ITlsi ZZTiJX, X)IX2.33CU:0 R
vtiT rtifr. n-n arTiimi nriiill fiit-ru
llUl'i', ILUIil, illli XlitM.tU UUI.1,111 V.IOCJ
GuOVES. C2SJV.I2S, 327C
tlroct to i.lenlta in.:ry t'Cir ala) om-
Promt ci:mllit Orirti tjr Ttlrftapt,
rircl I:r 'orUs ef Conntr nllili
GLOBE IRON WORKS.
reaatfera aatf Macklaltta
Steam Engines and Boilers
Iroa asd I.'rut Cutlx ta 1 VvWrj -! thttu
lag llonu catllar la aj lir V er4r.
Af rat forth J:lk.)rJt la ttran txi(.
All Hotof rrfr!sjr -n on ttort c0 -l
A. JL.A.GQ. vnovn.
Finest Restaurant in Kansas.
W zaakt a Sstctajtr f Tnrtc! Vralte
ana Kara Coa::l'.
Car, Hala aid Firct ttt.
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no.. Kt i
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Carer, ivil ta UezUtsr IMIk. pnmjU
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am offering some spe
Property, Residence Prop
Lots outside. Acres for Sub
dividing, Acres for Garden
large tracts in the
Livery Stock in Cleve
Abstracts furnshed free of Charg
Loans and Insurance Current Kate
COR. DOUGLAS and TWPEKi
near the O it:
J ...?RT &i 1. ,' iSr.