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MoRNJNG, JULY 30, 1886. -
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY V, Ib-s;
Ftr Auoclalp JtiMhY
JOIIV A. M VKTIV,
For Lieutenant Ooeni'ir
A i iuuuu.
Per Secretary of stato
ScsIca It-k county
For tltoruc (hiiitiI-
s IS. IlIUMOiUi.
For Sui.-rhilcmlc ut of I"ul.llc Instnictl u
J II LAUIIhAli,
iio .n ioi:i.iu.
HON F II HJNSTOV,
Alii II count .
HON. THOMAS V. V.
I J. TUI'.SHi
' liilan county.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
Tlio Rtpulilicui Count) Gomintimi fur tl.e
iuriHso nf iioiiuuntiiiK ciiikIkI lies for the
follow in,; oflicirs, l'n.lntc Judge. County
AtttinK-y, District Cltik, miih 1111U niluit of
l'ulihc Instruction ami Coroner, will lio In Id
intlicit of Wulntn on tlio 4th d i or .Sc'i
tcmlur, lx.,ntll oVIml. a. m at tlicihiu
There w ill nKo 1" lull a' th same tine
"atid Jilai-L, and after tli a Ijiunuiuit offjiicl
county t-oimntion, a ctinvciition to noimn iw
a tainlldatc for n jiresoutatiNo for tin.
'flu re ill nls le li"!d on the sunc d ij and
after the adjounnm nt of said o intj lo'mm
tiou, a coim ntion mthoFiirt .inlof tin
it of AVic lutn, for tl.o jiunxiso of nomin it
inn c.indiditu for njin-viitathc for tin.
Kifihty fourth Ri pi escnutue district.
U'i Knda, tho thud ! ot fsqiUiiilxr
ISNi, at UoVItKl m of Mtiitiliv, at th" c it.,
of Go Mini, thtre will ly klli comuitmu
fo1 tin-iiurjio-i' of iioiniiutm ' n tindid.il
for Ruirevntatneforthc Kislit) tl.inl Riii-
iVNi!itatio dull let and fo-tlie pun"" of
noiinintitia candidate for tl.e !'; o ot iiiuu
tv cutmiuIoiii i for the 1 Inru Oo'.uni 101 er
tad com uitionsai mailed lij order of tin
Republican Ctntral Oniiiiitt"', .mil tin
towiLsliiimaud wards will lie, liititltxl to tin
f i llc ra l us number of deh jjat:
First wird . '
.Second Ward .... . . .
Fifth Wlcr.l . .
Lincoln tnnlil ...
Km 111 tjMllll
KocUonl toucnlilp (hi ptr pnclnct)
KocLfard township lemer urccincl). .
Part toHnililji (wnetof liirlur)
l'jirl. toiihii"(nBtor I'lg rlur)
tireelr t)unship .. ...
SI rnmn towiichlp . . . .
Ii lauo touiishlfi
Uanlen 1'lain tnnnshlp (uppir prirli.ct)
t.anlcii PlulntowiiKhlp (lowrprounct)
Omnil lllwr township
WHcutonnshin . . ...
fnloin township .. . .
Ohio tounohlp .
Nlncfecahtonni-hlp . ..
iolo townshij ....
iill-y Onti now ni-hlp (st of rli ei)
Vulk) Center towiislilp(witol livir;
KjrIp touhh1i . . .
'i lie tiriin initio .hit sunl dileili
lMiludoiriliiirsila,S.p1inili Jnd, InMi, at
the. nsti il Mitmu pi Hi. In tin lounti tin1
h.1N will lie o mil fiom U oMoiUo 1 ojo( k
p in ,au I in the ity fioni a oMikK until
(, tt p m. II II. Juutt, t'l III 111 in
.M. S Rot Mini, hi-cutnrj.
A STULTIFIED PARTY.
!l would prohihlylx'.itlinkiiltmitlirli)
itn ih e Hie fetluurs of the :itRiKf Dunn
anilic iKililidiiH vim lioulw! lhinwht.
lioirsc our Cl .iliiinl .iiiil tiiil tniu1
rcfonn, as th"3 n.id the n ports il iil uncle
IiV llic tommitleis of the V. S -finliMif
the n-isons why oilnxrs lit the Miin sand
hundreds are lKinif r iiiomiI and CK
land'. Dliikx r its put in Iht ii p! n i " Xo
(.iiise can litfound for the iiiuoN.il hntiii
n porte I, c pt for ioliti(.il nsisons "
THE MEASURE OI' IT.
Si'im or I'lumlits he Mipjvut- all the
incaMii :-. for slioituiiiig the littitN of 1 ihor
of got triiint nt tiiii'(i(s, lint he doe m
willi sr an" mi-!;iiiiig in i(.w of the fitt
tint a tlijolity of the people' of hii Mite
are fanner-, who are olil'gedto 1 iIku twihu
limits a il 1 or more to miV.e i tlecint lit
iii. Tint dissof lilmr .'lioultl ii'itainh
hive Mime con.iilt ration, hut tiie tunclil
sthciue-. of ItlNir ltform ignore tin in ul
togtllnr. L'tifoitun.iltly t!ie i'imot
Mrikc, anlso aremnMe o compd tint
incisure of atlintion wliidi tlit'3 JiitH
and f.iirh, iIniu1. 'Ihiir turn in ly con-e
some time as .Mr l'lumli .ugtreols, hut at
iiax.-nt Iliex do not semi to lit in fntor
with the phi! inlhropKts who are. rugitRwl
in the liiisiucss of amtliowtin the tmiui
tiim of w orkinginm
ROAD WHICH WICHITA
It U not onH the (om.ettion wilb IInl
Cloud, Nthi-.isk-i, and with the lSmlingloii
and Mivsouii iitr sjst, m v.hirli iTiidir
the Midi mil railw.ij pMposjinin, mi im
IKiit.mt loM'icliit i, hul the tenilon whiili
il will in. ike Irihut.in to this :n irket, a t(i
riloiy whoe pitmu ie, trade and piodmts
:irec:iini.il'.iwa to the Miv-mni rici and
inly on (Kpiissini; liH.il rites The prod
nits and trull? of all the -i!ie of the J.iltl
river, to its he.id w.iter. a ile-tauce of out
hui. drol miles viil readiini; infnt into
KINworth coiiiiU, would con.e down to
Wiihit.i just as cirWinlv .is w.itir nuis
down hill and for about tin mine reason
The people of all the iimnties throui;ii
whiiJithib id id proposes to run could ntuli
Wiihit i, iimlil n-uh.i solid inirkit s-is
taiiuil liycoiupi.titixe linesofrn.nl at With
it.i nearxr ami thc.ipir th in .it an point
now arcevsalile hi rail to thoe coininiini
ties, uthir for the ise-t or smlli 'I In
letioiis, whiih luteins n idliil for some
of the townships and counties, Mxtir wilh
in a few I it s and tlie pi-ople inti ivsiiil w ill
til-ike a prt.it mi-t ile if lint iKrniit this
(liincc to lieilircitlv louuedeil with the
gre.itiM coinincrtiil ioint .mil the lnsi
lli.irktts in the wcM, to f.ul foi w.uit of
projKr interest. We cjeil to lusir th
the Kinds hitc littn t-irriiil iiiimiv n
KANSAS VS MISSOURI.
Whoroln Wichita DlfTers from
Mr. Julius Slnnk, of iiriiirS'it.ll. Mis
souri, in ide "s a ctill ycstenliy inoriiiii';
In course of a conversation ITnirhing the
markeil thrift, enemy and jirognss of Kin
sas as iMinjured with Missouri, and as il
ltistrative of the ililTinno' Mr. Sh mk said
that two years ago he came nj to visit his
cousin here. So favorably w.ts he im
pivsseil with the town, its life and ils artiv
Ity, and so distinct was the convktion th it
Wichita was destined to grow tint In
lioimht thrtv tiuiiiUrs, vclvihu five feet,
fronting on Main street, juyimr l,beK) for
the tlirru lots. J luring liNIit isit this
sjiring lie old twenty live feet, or one third
of his original jiunhise fo- ,lXV) -ih.
mill J oteTil iv he vv as olTe red h n thous.md
ilollnrs cash for then mainingii fly feet Mr
S. says by other investmiiits m resident
lotshe cleared two tious.ind and one hun
tired dollars addition il He e.isiln jkiv
pic of Springlicld don I Klieve linlf the
Eole bJiys alcout Widiii.i, but in his
judgment vvc might say twice as nuicli and
btill be within the liouiuls of tnith.
A BIO CAPITALIST.
A Tqlk About Wichita as the Comlnsr
YiMtnliy moniing we. were honored
with .i tall from Mr. V.. Renj imiii, presi
dent of the Kentucky Machinery company,
of Louistillc, Kentucky, who U a friend of
our fellow townsman II. II. Cobb. Mr.
Ileiijamin is a large capitalist mid a regul ir
reader of the Eton:, which lie acknowl
edges tolled him off out here to see this
wonderful Queen of the Prairies. For
ii'onths Mr. Iknj unin has lx-tn making a
rondenol inemorand i of the growth of
Wichita as he fathered it from these col
umns which lieehihiled to lis and which
shows the real (state transfir. from wick
to week and the itu ii.lsc of t.ilu itions lie
s.is one tliint; i'lipresses him Mroiiglt, t'l d
tint issudi ii liig, lidi, hroid lounlry wilh
no walo lmd As for Wichil.1, he lx'-lie-.e--.
t.ilh cMrylMHl ! wlio his giun
the nutter any study, th"t here nin-l lie de-
ijntl, and rapidly, a I irge coiniwrdil
iit. Hi it to this point moii thin anyotlur
point in the x.cst is the attention of cnpit'i
ists now ilirecied, and tint with the ojk.ii
of the Iildian Terrilnry and the e
tension of our radio id luns into
tint Tiriitory, and the (tension
of feeders out west mil soutliwot
that here will ) sudi a center, lyht
at the 1) w of siiiplie,and right in the heart
of the lorn, ho and calile iiroduung licit
tint Wiehila's in irkt Is will not only forci
Missouri ritcr rates for irtoiuing freights
hut th it all the trunk lines will not only lie
(oiiijii lle-d to s.k a coninftion hire lint to
1 ly down our meals in .ill the eastern intl
foreign in irkets as cluajily as from IC.insis
C'iiy or from any other western city. -Mr.
15 siyshewill oiitinue to re.nl the Ku.i i
and tint, notliiiitr h ipimiiii'r, he willtisit
ns soon ag-iin, whin he will take ot'-ision
to look nj the jior! and Uif jutkinjf intir
cstswhidi must iuetilahU h'I,ir'cK rcjirc
s'Mte I li' r-
THn WAY THEY COME
Forty Subscribers to tho D illy E iglo
From a Singlo Town in a. Single Day.
The following Idler will ejiliin itself
Whit is Inu- of Iliinltit is mcisiiri'ih tni'
in that same direction of ctery town am
dt in the southwest Ktis is No IhsIiica
nun of Wichiia itin fail of n-adiiiig tin
great imjontj of tl.e mjIiI husiiut-s tuul
Iirofivon.il intn of southwest Kuiis.i
thro lgh the columns of the Ktt.ir. And
whewer the Ktini: is taken 1 husincss
men Widutn's husiness should lw icjuc
uKsl As we stited. when Stirling the
Kvctl. as a (Lily, the coiiimi.nities and
s;k'i (omiminiticsonh as i.m he reiclu.l
hy a morniiig jitjier from Witlnl i ale Ire
ciuni.iunilks who tnide should lie sought
iifli r hy the t.hol(K,ik interests of Wii liitn
eve rv' town whoso husiii(!s.s men looki-1 to
the K(.n. for thiir d lily inirkit ip'oti
tions would so m n ittinllv lo"k to Wit hit i
aslhiitlrade centii jirotalmg the )ri
oirntnl .mil fadhlies alfordul loiiijnnd
fat oral ily wiih those of more ilM ot in uk
ds As lln V,t,i i ( Njiecls in th in ii fu
lure lo icmiJi inudi fiilher not only wis:
mil Jiuth. hut itoith and 1st, W'ic lnt.i '
t'dd will Ihusas miii1 lie i ul irscil Rut
wi niraih loru'ot iheldtir line il i
liiinkn, Km ,.Iul 2'i, iss(
J1 M Muni il unci I null, r
To siy th il I am will jik ivd wilh tin
ILi.i i. is lust toejircs it mildly, 1 think
it is lln ne ilesl (.hint I etc rsd my lye-son
Tint o'H (ittc lis are of tin smie ojunion,
the (iidos( 1 lit of forty n unc s as suh-( nh
(rstotlii Iuly I:i.m: fully Itslify, 1
scMi'iil tin li't inside of foul hours I never
felt as juoud of our ily Ufnre, we -ire all
in Inn i -s and iiulliug for the s unci ml and
no kiiking in the tr.i'is We want a nil
road to W idiila and must h ive il, we niul
a who!es.il( n.irkil nruir home. The
suhsciijilion will he luid in advame, I will
see tolheiolkding, oi if you jirefi r you
may driw on :m foi lln .imoiint
iry tiuly yours, lioi.T. 1! Fm.l fs
THE:WEALTHIEST CITY IM KANSAS
The Fori Scott Moniloi olijitls to tin
t'lhle jiiihlishcl in the II vi.i I. s Iting out
the lei ilivc v.calth of th '1 irger ( iticsof tin
stale and ihdirei the showinir "vvlmllv
unieliihle ' 'Hie .Mouilor should go slow
The t ilile w is in ide tiji from the swoin n
turns as in ide lo the st itehoirdof ispi ili
lion and i no doubt corn 1 1, ece pt in this
lln'H niiskradiiig ,.s lo idiil i whidi is
put down tliinl when it is uudoiihudly the
wealthiest city in K-insus '1 he 13ti.ii.
might a. will ' .eknowhd.T the ccirn" nov
as at am lime The assess, ,j , due, taken
on the bwsof tlioaises.nu'ntof olh( riilies
w.ts'ibmt scmii n.illion doll irs or mure
th m th it of any other ( i'v Oiir'iuthoritte
si'iijiiv reduced the ligiires to the lowest
nolia im nnissahle w.der Ihc law As for
Wifhi i's jnjiuinlio i, tin re isiioi.se,
jxiiiit, no s. use', in other cities covoliuge
the returns incde Tiny weie eorrcd so
fur as it w i jmssibk1 to meke Ihem so but
the twenty Ihoiisniid :uul odd ii lines leturn
cl did not cover the adutl jH.ojile living
Ii re bv more tlnn n thoiiMiitl, Th it was
this t-iiring and the work consumed a
inonilis time If the ii'isii, could hive
lm'ii Ihoroughiy 1 ikui and in a single d it
Widiiki would hiveshown ii from one to
throe thous.ind more.
A FOOT RACK
11-om the W t llliihlc n l"ria
Foi some lime there h is liein a printer
aro'ind town whom rejiort slid could run-
in fill he until il the fact by luntuig an
mikitcui or two lie was t ikeii in h ind by
a wealthy sporting nun vvho took him lo
Tojiek'i And bt Louiv When he returned
it 'ass.iid helnd won a fiOO r' in the
fornn r and a .!"0 mix- in the lathr It
So great (onlidince w is cjir(s.sixl In
(iiumthe ISill to le-it the world at KM)
A short time ago some rough looking
fellows c line into town and one of them
Mid that he could urn with trumndous
speed In f.ul, he talked so mudi alxnil
his speed and Ixiltom th it in my thought he
wasonlv blowing and lint he could mil
nmat all lie 1 1 limed tint he lived our
iii.it Winfiild, and, as tint i, a viry winch
m mhlxirhood. some allowances, win- mule
Fnnllv a iiinteh was made A s,:o for
felt was juit up fur a f'.'tlt) jiurseand s-nue
snie Uts wre iitiulv ami more tnrlntswirv
lH.t uii t'ntil the gnsn liKikmg strangi r
h id no n ore mom and look liNdi p irture
Comam he Kill wtutinlo triining and
nuny i 1raordin iry njwts we-ix- living
around about the cMraordin iry sp,l In.
was developing in his jinutice. lie is -i
little Ixiw kggisl negni who looked ury
unlike a nuuKr v.Ihii dn-s.-e-d Whin
strii;xsl oik sojiinion dnngo
YiMtnliv the s'ruigir came to lime
W h it w is more he brought oiiio friends
with him. and these country looking
frit nils all hula hltli money they hicl
nude plowing com ainldoing dions whldi
they wishul lo invest in the spectl of their
ivinridi I'l e most of tin in were acrom
mod itisl for the Wi Ihugtem sjHirts thought
thev hid a snip, and ulnnllnre is a sup
os,d snip ly nig nnvind Ioom-, oi anything
th it has the ijijh jRiitcc of a mi ii, rvxistiug
low, with no ow ni r in sight, vou ran !.;
your list doll ir tint the nr-t il limiiit who
juits in in ijijieariniv Inils from Welling
The raii- w.is set for four o'clock at the
fair grounds AUmt thrve htindnil jhsijiIc
g-ilhensl to see tho raw The judges were
i lius, n ;.nd the contestants stnpjHil The
illusion 'iliout Cagle, tho struigir, there
lixik wings nnil -anishcd Instead of an
iwkw. ml country g-rvk, the crowd Ixhtld
a iiiagnilicuit spee-imrn (r a iinifevsional
ntnnir, clean. Iiinl liml and muscles
bulging out on his thighs like a sm ill lw 's
jHX-kit in his fust junts Little Conuiifliie
looked s.n ill alongside the stranger, but his
bronre tigur. wasiugrcit condition
The jiistol racked and the r.vxrslxmnd
est aw.iv the negro m the lead. At Mtt
vt.r.Is he liml oiiened the am to llinx- lew;
llut now I'aglc g-itherel himself ami by a
terntic bust of speed collared the negro.
jvtssed hun and tkw ui krthc tvinr winner
bv uj-hr Kidit.
Unbounded Faith of Her
A Letter to the Ited Wirijr, Minnesota
The following letter is Liken from the
Red Wing piinncsota) Daily Uepublican.of
July 2fi, the which will Ihj found worth
reading. Tin? writer lx-gins.
"I have lie-en told b v v end v isitor, from
Red Wingtlnloiilv tdiout one third of nn
litters are takin for fitts. the riimiiiing,
two thirds cont lining nothing more stili-j
stnutitl tlbin wind; bit if all doubiirs will
pletts.-ask anv one who hisiver seen this
ity of Wfilm l, they will hnd th it the sub
jeit Ins not h id even justice done it.
tthilc Mimiisoti and olntr si.ues inve
bctii tisitetl lirst b. tyddnesaud drouths,
we here in the Askausas .dkv hive hid
ncithtr, ourlongis.t spH of dry weather
1 j-tisl less th in three weeks O'lr corn
(roji is in ignil cent; also all Kinds ol Iruil
cexit-ie:idies C)f these then.' will not lie
one raised in Kansas, or this jurtof it at
lctst. hi it is bidly off, but as it do sn t
i ut i;u"h of n figure "litre, we will not lie
hint ly the failure of it. Corn is our
king a ad a royal one it is The grow th uf
thisci'j' is wonderful, nearly 700 fwildings
hive lcicn built -incv Jauu'iry 1. Todiy
the fDunditicn was 1 lid for a hotel to co-t
$100 (K Forty eight three or four story
biisinness bloc k-s li iv u liei n or are now be
mg built, cadi one containing from two to
four stores cadi, all of line k. The educa
tionil interests .ire not neglected by any
niKiiis The Onrlield college, costing .210
001. is alruidy commenced. Lewis college,
built by the "i'resby tinins, is iie:.rly com
lilcl'tl. (Iroundliis Ikiii jmiditscd bv the
i'cfuiiii diiireh onwhidi to bin'da college,
bo y ( u s the boom is not all w ind 13 lsI
cm e ijiital is king literally "dump 1" into
this county by the thousands of do'Iirs
'1 his is ihe"Ust hgliti d eitv in the L nited
filters two ri'.il clcitric light conj inies
luniisii fort v -dght 1C0) c indie jiowcr
l.gliS winch burn If
foi $7-'c:!i yer y
ntss, even tin i in
decir:iiy Tin ' -light
at night a " '.
railroad r-ii !i on in
liiglhc pro.li.fi o! lln
ili.. "fivithioo miotic anot VMCJiill
TIiitc more trui'k ln.es fiom Chicago will J viiom weie of the fair -e. A Common
b. hn inside of one -, ear all ic.idimg v.c. iltli rejiortcr cKountend Mr. Ose-ar
.1,,.-;,... tl... si.mli .Mild" southwest TheiSmtlh, assM mt b'.si-ics. in tnagcr of the
ll'it: 1 -kind is nlieidv.it w oik on both ' WIchit i Kcaton, who was in the jurly, and
ends of the line litv.c- n 1 cie and bt. Joe, i th il ple-is..nt ge nth man shovvi .1 the rejMirt
r5.1i nf Wnr li i . lii ii LT.intcd to the ( h'ca 1 1 through the (rar and intiodiieed him to a
go, iraiisasand Fort Worth, and Colondo,
and Tc .as ronls Nine miles of 'Ir.et
raiivv.iy v.ill lie 1 mi tliisycar two sic tin
b'.-is h.ivcliccu put on the Little river, rut
forbiLsines., howcvir, onlv for jilt i-ure j
Minuc snt.u iu are Ik coming (pute thick, .
r1Ies.-rs.s5m1ln.1nd MiNair, from Mmncajio-1
li , aie miming a bank in the 1 cw town of
C'olvvkh A.Mr Wowl, frcm Monkvidio,
.1 btothc 1 in 1 iw of Red Wing and ton in
In. to I i ill Wright, is lot-. led in Welling
ton ind "liobs uji ureiidy" on the stieets
'Ihc leal estate bli-inuss foots up fionii
s.10,000 to SiVl.tillO J'. 1 d it. Tnis Is w h il
niiyln tilled a tlfmnli city It bis
grown fropi 1 tridiug jm t to u ity of '-".
(Mm inhibit mis 111 tillein yi-in in tin fi'
of tin lldcst niji.istioii of the mo-t .ow
i rlul 1 11I10 nl or. 1 lln :i in tin v.csl I lu-
bml.'Fi hisoin all it jiossiblv .mid 1 to1
i.iii 11 ami ku pn kiiuii. but sun, like Mr
Tinny sliiimp, 'ilgiew and il gnw,- but I
even now there is no U lb r depot lit 11 ihm
v 0111 old one , but . 1 n ,1 11111 will come as
vioiiasllii three new imilsgitiu Hurly
two jitssdigci Hams pull out fiomh'ie
-nh il ly, and l.jtMli ir lcuds of stum' i-iine
in for use in re 1 it mcilli Th" m 1111 lei
son of tilt" juospcritv of this c ny is tin bus
iness lmn ,ni a 111. il on any and all projects
for the ( ty s go.id The re is no vv ringing
oui mil 01 dil ills 'Iht I3v(.ii, (i ioji;.
ofwhid I sindy oil) II ijh iLs wings .ri I
reams for 1 vi ry in w enterprise whiili
will hdplli" town, and is soon .j the
se n 1111 i he ml ( vi ty one jmlls with inighl
and m til t until the objc I Is ie on.phli(d
'1 he 13v(.l 1 is no'v the k.rgesi jiji r in Ihc
slate, il ako his tin la-g' si .ii.nl most mm
pltlc biinhrv 13verv 11 m worn 111 and
child h is unbounded omVliii.v in I he fu
ttne oj Ihc town, you c ri t t ilk " 'lh one of
tin in live Minutes but vou v. ill Is' iiniiiss
eil with the idea llnl tin re will !" Riel.OiM
jiesipk hue in-idu of l.vey("iis- Theie is
no bo ird of trade, but somehow we seem to
st '.long without it
Prohibition hashed! on liiiluov. for
o.crayi ir. ami no one will say llnlitis.i
f uluiv, while ildiK-s not jtrevent men fioni
gelling (hunk il his closed every sain m
in! 111 nh it a nre thing Iiihi a 111 m
siiggcrmg dnink on the slitd. .th
the right km I of 1 111 u or, on.' like I
Frank llov.e iL would Ik i'(o.ujil(t sii(-j
cis It was jnslKted t'nt v.hen tin M ,
looiisvure dosi-llli. ny would go lo the
' di muition bow uov.s, b-it struige is it (
iiii, scsiil, the leal boom ce'inineneed the
(1 iy the vilo-ms g-ive up the ghost, and Ino
continued ever since
The ouegi.-tt object of life sec 'us to be to (
eratihthc' ilmighly doll u, and the reeling
of ".li vil t ike theliii'ibnost seems to jm
vail, ind yet liny area v.onikrfully gin
O.ie ir.111 has jut give .I.i,liiN to tlu
Pit-sbiti. 1111 colli gc and IO.lWdli is Ikxii
riised'to build a Y M C A building, ! 1
snies s.a,iOtl foi lie giound I w rile ton
ill this fi 1 fi-11 s nil- one ill iv, as did a Tuan j
from Tel ih, vrit down nskmg if there1
was any rove niuii 1 ' 1 md to lw had williin 1
five miles of ic ; 1 1 oui
13 I! 1
A SLIGHT MISTAKE
The li'inlm i!y Sentinel luui litter read
the ILvo 1: "building artidi" once morp
1 lie thirteen three story li.iiuuss h nisei
nit ntioned by us a now go'iig ui, .in;
v.itlun the cojia of a single block on the
tv.o sides of one street, or williin the dis
tarn c of six hundred feet Wickil.i h is
erected more thin si Imndcol b'liidings
this-ycar, and forU mid Insiwrss hoases are
in course of const rucl ion from three to live
stories high Wichita alvvavs jirovcstolie
moiv th 111 vve rojiroctit Comedown .ri.l
NELLIE GRANTS LIFE.
i.'ili kI" 1 !ttc r to !oUinai"!l4 JonrnaL
A Rhtive of tin Grant family in this city
niithoriiv for the statement fh it the mir
riee! life of Xi llic Grant S irtnris is f.irmore
humiliating mil imjik-iNant thin has ut
Ikvii mnde publii Mrs fe irtoris 1.1 ikes
In r home villi her husbands fithtr, in
the north of Fnglaiid, and, . conling to all
lccounts, sin is tftated as 1 sort of poor
nlitivc Two r(Kiins are set aside for the
of lursdf and children, mil their meals
arc furnished, and nothing (Ne is given
them e ither b. liprlni-lmnil or Mr S irtoris. 1
br So far. iudecd. ns lln- younger b irtons
is coneenied, it is s.ml that he has not con-.
tnbuted -i jh'Iiiiv to hi- w ifc support for J
It is .1 well know u fa t that for a coujile
of years prior lo tlein nl (trants death, res .
mittanci-. vve re rcgu!rlv sent to Nellie to
provide herself ami tl11hln.11 vvith ilolliinji
and other uv fi.l artules. hen the gm j
nl liecoiiie nniKivertslMil thro'igh the,,
rasralily of lVnluuml Ward the grrato.t
regrit lie is sjvi to h iu ( prt"il was tliat
hisjKivirly would jurvciit hun fnim furth 1
(rassistiug 3ell:e wlx w tsii-icticallyu;-jsortcsl
by his Nullify All the imanlvrs of J
tin tlraiit fiunly "still ce'iitnlmtij to the1
Miimrt of Mrs, "baitons. and tin? children '
have tinpsl Mr. irtoris for years to-iopa
rati from hun and rvium to AiiKrira t
ll is said tluit Mrs nrant humIi such a
nspiest only afi. months ago after learn '
nig of sotni" ni vv indignilv 011 bartons part, 1
but the d iiightc' rephoil tliat she would 1
not entrrtatifsiirh a profjtion a moincnt
and added indignantly that sin wxiuld re
fnve In cnstKi'ii relnlions of -"Tlv cbararlrr !
w iih In r family if thine iiiijiorlunitio. did !
no: cease- Mmuwluk bartons is rating
aliont Kngland s. nding the meagre allow j
anev his fallu 1 gtves him among vomjvin
ion of his ow 11 kint! the rewrts w hie It
retie !i he re frcm Xcw York say that barto
ns has Nfii alsrul fmai his wife since last
spring, awl iimh sue iKrars inni mm onir ni
The Daily Uvomc. jmlili-1l at Wicliitn.
Kan-sap. laKcs a sensible vww in nrsinl to
nel inutinp of tin- uatkujil !Uubliaui
co:vuiitfin Therr arc mam et&sern j?o;ile
ym isiimn5cr ilicnwiii's wrfl ulr:BU too.
wlm scon u hnvi ih- c.ii:sKn thit -a hea
Chirac.ns na iui .mhz.iti-'ti anil ruiluiw
i & an tr.l I cl i ! r ') " west uiKm
in llnir i y
. rf ? VS
!liir f wlt '
rati ir .
rfss. . ' 1 1,
.u-1 .i r . '
tovajsls irrmn? a.
AVin - tMinn K.ji
i' 1 1 V - tU.1t tilt
-ji vrt 1 i oj t lierv.
- v.iull ! inucii f
social Dlpauh to the Olobt)?mocrat.
LtWRFNCi:, Kan., July 20. The Wlch
it i jiiscalorial society passed through this
city today en route to the great lakes on
their annual hunting and fishing excursion.
There w ere forty-fiv c 1 idics anil gentlemen
in the jiarty. In their manifesto, which is
freely and gratuitously distributed, they
proclaim tliat the Grand Sachem of the
Wlchitas at the last camp meeting decreed
that the annual fish dance of the Wichita
Piscatorial society should lie held
, . ... . of Minndmlla
in the light of the eighth moon. As the
corn in Kansas is rijx ning the great rnedi-
lne m ".' ,,:,Vnj'' V1 in ,Lu"k,ncor c"11
ls anil nights vviUiotitbreiul or lire water.
ordered the socii ty to fold their wigwams,
.sound tin ir ka(M and move from the city
of Wichita over the Santa Fe and .Chicago,
Rock Isl mil and Pacific trails to the laugh
ing waters of the north during the month
of July and day the 27th Their air was
d( corated tv ith'a cartoon rejiresocnting the
Wichicta grasshorijicrs fishing on the lakes,
and in the ci liter was a huge whale, by
which they modestly carry the impression
th it Wieh'it i is the biggest fish in Kansas
'I lw following hdies and gentlemen com
jxiscd the jnrty : Arthur Allen and wife,
L N. Woodcock, wife and duughtcr, Miss
Laura; 0. ('. Diisy and wife. Dr. Mathews
and wife, Mrs. Tony Itnilin, J. I. Houston
and wife, John Rear, wife and daughti r,
Miss Gricie, William A. Diily and wife,
II. II. Miwvcll and wife, 13. II. Devour
and wife. MUs M"ay Kkinncr. Oscar Smith,
3Miv Mattie Frabnque, J. E Hiiiiipliries,
Jr., Miss Ridkin, V. II. Pool, Mrs. II. A.
Woodcock, J. M Allen, C. V. Livingston
and son, James Donohue, II, It. JA-ackr, II.
'I he "Piscatorial bocictv," of Wichita,
litssed thioiigh Hie city on the Atchison,
Tojicka it S uita Fe v esti nl ly, in a sjicci il
car, en route to Minnesot i to sjiend a
mouth in camji among the 1 ikes. A b in
ner etending the whole length of the car
coat lined a cartoon representing different
cities "fishing for the world" which was
' rejiiescmcti asuouiiig aiKiui m a i ihc. si.
! Ii':is d ingles a diort line lulled with a
i dasktnl day light .mugol l.ccr. and Jvaiisas Lily uses a nog
13v rv place cif buc f'-r h lit, while Wichita captures the tjihcre
' nds "are ligiitecl by by using .m eighteen foot st ilk of corn and
nes ttict's are a a in .tniiiotli grashojji r Tor hiit.
, ''i.vew lines of! -V ntinilicr of gigaailest ilksof coni.cach
en dirictiou, io r I bearing tv.o or more uirs, were ftstencil
r!i lies', country on ujion the 'ides of the ( ir. The ji irty nuiii-
iii'Cd ii'im si, uie greiuer iiniiiocr oi
i numlur of tin- jnrty. A jollier company
could 1. inlly lie mi igmed.
We will offer some
-. . - .
i I W - - I f 1.1 lnJII
During tho Month of
CALL, AND SEE US.
132 MAIN STREET.
GRAVEL ROOFS AND PAVEMENTS.
Walks, Drives, Cellars and Cis
terns, ALSO .S VS
Application to Iron, Wood and Stone
1- Iirtlirr l'sttotttar Ay Xn
RIZER & HUMPHREY,
lirnrr -0.irn.r Mirlct an. VV HIKm stns u
lirmllrrMiIol. lvi si, VVkhlta. karnuv
Everything Kept in a First-Class
CI IT Pi KM A T
General : Insmance : Agents
IM, TORNADO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Largest Agency in tiie Valley
W. H. STERNBERG,
Office and Shop 34S Main St.
Pioneer -:- Lumber -:- Man
OF SEDGWICK (COCXTT.
Established in 1870.
A Complete Stock of Pine Lumbe.r
Shingles,, Lath, Doors, Sash, etc.,
always on hand.
acciiue ami i-trst strvit.
1 Market tnt between Uoujlu
Mrs. A. Krammer,
W HOl.tS ILE and RKTAII.
Next Door to Post Office, Wichita, Ks.
Holstein-Friesian Bulls for Sale.
Ciln-.ll3 klrc-d liy UiCEnal t rlw winner al St.
IuLs Kalr, 1-wtv.ConiiUiityn JWd, II. 11. IC, ami out of
.Urns liy the tollowliiK prle wlnnin of Holland,
Mi he la. lsr, 1'Mrr J. Abbuai rk a, Karrt 14. and
MisiJUT. NetlirrUnel hint Uxk. lO-ivm low, t-olul.1
irli s quality.
iTomthe most lljratl milkers In tlio worl 1
I-rlii from $75 to $K (.iih All iiii.k-I auJ n-i;
L.t rest Also
Poland-China Pigs r-
In pairs or In licnl. not akin all rrronlcsl In A 1. C
It., and of irlzc wlnnliiK utoek.
cl-tf n C. JEVTKTT, tliniejr. Kami
102 DOUGLAS AVE.
(IV CITIZENS BA.NK UMIJlIMl )
Clothing, Hats, Gents
NOW GOING ON.
The People's Line.
llic ilrc.it Free PaLicc ilecliniu ' Ciuir Car Route.
St. Louis, Ft. Scott ft Wichita,
In conc't'n with Mo. Pac. Ry.
It now running innnilru ntul evfiilng trains olullj
IncIuoliiiK huiitla, to
Piiliiun i'alire .Slcoiiiiy Cars on Ei filing Tmius
The Shortest Route to St Louis
The Only Short, Direct Route to
TEXAS AND SOUTHERN POINTS
All Texas Points Local to this System
l..-ne nl Tralllr Manager .t. Is.uU, Mo
II. V. TOVVN1FN0.
O. n 1M ali.l Tic krt Afri-nt, St. lxHlls Mo
, c l'. iturroi:,
1I Mon l'a?nKer an I Ticke t K nt, VV Irhlta. Kan
Building -:- Materials.
We have exclusive control of the
ml arc ireirwl to f urnWi
and FOOTING ROCK.
We invite Builders. Masons and
Contractors to give us
Liberal, McAlUster.Cherokee, Mo
rod. Rich Hill and Anthra
cite. Comer Second and Wichita Streets.
Popkess (I uk
Everything in our Stock in the
shape of Summer Apparel, will
"be closed out regardless of Cost.
We have still a nice line of
Which we will
half our former prices.
The Future Metropolis and Railroad Centre
of the Southwest.
KIOWA hVJSv? pf XtM. .1- WW r.
c.UlM U4 th ATCUAL. UiTFTir TO TTir.
INDIAN TERRITORY, PAN-HANDLE OF
mmiM- rc r kkm AEOr.s . ?5
THE KIOWA TOWN COMPANY DONATE LOTS ON WHICH TO ERECT
THE KIOWA TOWN COMPANY,
New Kiowa, Kansas.
-THfc LATEST IS
CAPITAL -:- HILL -:- ADDITION,
Situated between Second street and Central avenue. There are only
eight lots, containing about two and a half acres each. This tract
is as fine as any on the Hill just east of the city. For prices and
terms call at my office.
Vacant Lots in every part of the city, and dont forget we can
give you some fine bargains.
BUSINESS -:- PROPERTY.
We have three lots on Water street.
We have twenty-five lots on Main street.
We have several on Market street.
We have twelve lots on Lawrence avenue.
We have six lots on Topeka avenue.
We have six lots on Emporia avenue and several on Fourth ave
nue. These are all close to Douglas ayenue. and if you want a liar
gain in Business Lots do not fan to seo me and get prices.
RESIDENCE -:- PROPERTY.
In endless profusion In every part of the city.
ACRE PROPERTY: We have a number of fine pieces of land in
tracts of from five to forty acres. We have several of these tracts
at such prices that a fine profit could be realized at once.
FARMS AND STOCK RANCHES
Of every description all over Kansas. Ranches of from one thous
and to three thousand acres-fine land, and farms at from $10 per
acre up. Come and see me and be convinced.
STRANGERS . ALWAYS . WELCOME.
Correspondence promptly attended to. Money invested for
l-residents when desired. Plea
business but Real Estate.
me or write.
av. and Market St.
sell at just one-
U- U rmX .fpfW .-. " " "
TEXAS AND SOUTHWESTERN KAhS.
Mwh A-B3t TOt 4
?"r ZLXT 7.T':?,r'7.T"
Please remember that I have no other
want Real Estate come and soo
Until our Building is completed we
shall occupy the Rooms just vacated by (he.
Kansas Furniture Company, 210 Douglas
Avenue, one-half block from our Store, and
if you can use n.nyClothing for yourself or
boys, Hats or Furnishings, at prfecs that
can't be duplicated, come and sec us.
Now Is and I am determined It Bhall continue to lx
tho most popular trading place in this riouriHliltiK
city. I have given the people
Ever since I oiiened and it is appreciated.
I am now making preparations to go to New
York, where I will devote my time In wcurlng the
latest and l)cst goods for Fall and Winter. In tho
ALL SUMMER GOODS
Will be Soiu at Prices
Defying -:- Competition!
10!) DOrciLAS AVKNl'K.
m- vr tciniort l A k
Kansas Loan ami
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Farm and City Property
Office in Wichita National Ean5c Building. Wichita. Kan.
fMiumcx wx . vs.
at -f JJTV, Tr
140 Main St, WICHTTA. K&n.
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