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Z V Jtxcbite. aittj gitgte : iMfsdatj fPntitig, SJooemfcer 18. 1886.
M. M. MUltUOOK, Kilitor.
THURSDAY MORNING. NOV. IS 1K5.
The city of Ft. Scott tendered Senator
Plumb a reception on llie ocission of his
Visit to that city on Monday.
At a recent HooMer reunion in Kansas
the following was unanin.ously adopud:
Kisohed, That Indiana h.i gn-t -late,
that we will never go hack on her, and
oho tLat ye will never go hack to her.
The Kanas1r3ity Times gives"" notice
that no man shall go as a delegate from
Missouri to the next Democratic national
convention who will not vote for Cleve
land. According to the goosebonc the cominr
winter will be one of the most severe on
record. And it may be added tlir
weather prophets all agree as to l Q vcr
ity of the approaching season. 0ur QWn
observation is tlmt winters e,1(.nill v :ire
more cold and in some resp' ,aluore b"eV(.re
than are our summers.
"Wc don't like to : pjKMir ini)ertincnt but
wei-ometimes wor rfor u10iet.j)g p :uu
pajs the ?al:irk-f 0f ajj ,jlt. mnilorous lead
ers, arhitratou committees and officers
representing tiiC Knights of Labor. Thc-e
fine haired gentlemen, and there are scoies
of them, surely don't give ail their tin c
and pay their own e.pen-es.
Oiwcgo Republican: Considerable dif
ference of opinion M-ems tocxUl in regaid
to the practical iffcels of prohibition in
Kan -us. Some claim theic is ns much
iitucranuiii now a lucre wai wnta we
h.-sd nloons. This may he true, ihnugh
we doubt it, h;rt one tiling we do know,
Vhere U not so much drunkenness and
(arousing. lyUiing the jiat liftcni months
we l.-ivi- m vrr seen but one drunken man
en liie streets in Ov.vcgo, and he was
promptly run in and lined.
When Mr. Henry Y'iitteron returncl
fr ,ii hi- Euio'.tstn vi-itaiiddi'.rovcie'l that
his bi'o od city of Louisville had elected a
llfpui litan city tiiki t, that C?:rMc, IIol
Man, Springer and Jk-lmont aie all nara-
Ijwil, tli.it Morrison and Hurd are laid on
the fhelf, and thai Randall has eh.trge of
the jvrty u'ags, he took up his pencil and
proceeded to s.-iy in his usual -vigorous bt it
in the Courier-Journal that "the Demo
crat. have had enough traitors in e:mp;
'ihey will herc.-.ftcr deal with tlibin-a tiai
tors.'" Whereupon .some one sugifest-:
" i-ho ypectacle of th tail wagging the dog
ie nr t i,o very infrequent; but cue uckh i.t
ofitn have the fun of teeing tho lail cut the
,fva mcctiscrs is now in
.a Baptist church under the
r? ninisteria labors of Rev.
The State Ledger, which
organ of the great state of
vi ry wialhful in ditcussiu
is the ofllciaj
ra story that
Mr:-. Cle eland and Miss Winnie Davis,
daughter of Jell Davis, were- on the sauie
lisl:i together without meeting. Tiiis is
t.1 at the Ledger sas.
rl nc : onduct of the pret;denlV.wife on thi
occa-i n would t-nd to confirm iac rep rt
Ih:.l she liad not Kited i.'ichmond Ive.iu-c
she (;ljc( ltd to meeting "the uaunhtcr of
lie co If (Jersey." She iieul not
he so litrimeiy particular, Ix-cau-e
she v null' hftio Hid a ladv not
it firior to her birth, ediualion or intHii
gti.ee Miw- Davis is front one of the l-t
1mi ilita ( f tliis ( ( untiy; in fact iioin one
( l the hi al families, !i-riu!ui.iurf for its
gna'iH-.s and hirh tnual po.-ition. It
(t uid have been no coiaic-eeiisun on the
art of the pi eidi ill's wife to have m-t
Mi s Davi- She mav yet iind her conduct
w ill :.hict the ic nomination of her litis
Irvo, for the "solid south" will h' slow to
si poit any one who puts an indignity
up( n the name of one whom it holds to be
TBE ALTON STJUVEYC&S 3NKAN5AS.
To the Alitor of the hajtie
By my long silence don't think that I
am not, nor that the Eagle is not a wel-.
Augusta still flourishes and gives
evidences of life. Our 3Iethodist
yesterday placed in the belfr-
nli.irr.il lir.lM nfW 1wll VCi,?
i i. . 1 mo J'g told,
somethma more than 1,1U0 '
, ,'., xf ., pounds, the re
sult of the energy of a 7 '
ii- i . t...i " S'ocietv of voung
ladies m that clwrc' - -
,. ,- , x. Jt is s. great need
well supplied. b
A series of re
progress at u
. , , Wc hear his sermons and labors
, "' . wanincnded ail around. Surely
Air ' .. , , , . . ,
ussa presenis soun wors; ior nun, aau
by -can kuoeli the shell off of old timers
; bi the churches here aud sevfteu up the
shells on Uie outsiders, we shall have great
reason to rejoice, for wc doubt whether
the quota required of Sodom would be
Election times being over our loafers are
jecring about for something to do whereby
to earn or win their cigars now that the
candidate putteth up no more. Wc heard
a man say that you are off as to your dates
in 3 our editorial of today comparing the
George movement in Kev York to the
Greely Fiasco in 18G8. The sage of Chau
tauoua was martyred in 1872, wasn't he?
Wc can't afford to let so excellent a daily
as the Eoi.e get wrong on even so small
a matter as a date.
Say, tell our good sister Lcae that Zeke
will bchcr a pint of the best buttermilk
that J 1m Laswell esm make in patent
churn that she can't prove by the Bible
that St. Paul w.-uj a bachelor. She must
let up on dear old Paul, or he will have to
go back on her. Zeke thinks that Sister
Lease must get some moie arguinen
tive and satisfactory way of ex
plaining the old hint's admonitions to the
sisters of his time lh?n by flying at him
and calling him an old "bachellor." Xo,
no. s stei L., thnl'aiiot argument. "We old
baches have some lights as well as other
N;ks, among which may be enumerated
that of admonbhing the sifters. You see,
l.y reason of our havbig moro time, and a
more dUliKjufahed relationship in which.
and from which, to take observations you
-cu. Coma come, duar sister, you know
"Zeke"with greatest pleasure listened to,
and afterwards applauded your lecture
heie some weeks ago, and considered it as
a mastcily effort, able, logical, and elo
quent, but can't brook, tamely at least,
your derision of one of our fraternity, be
cause of that which, (if she lie coirect oven)
may have been more of a mi-frtuno than
a fault, or even a result of negligence on
his part. "Zeke" enjoys Mrs. L.'s wait
ings greatly, but regrets to see her lowt r
her standard, to scold a bachelor. Now
don't think for a moment that "Zeke" is
going to accept her challenge to that joint
discussion. No slice. Occasionally you is,
SILVER IN KANSAS.
'wc marlrust newspaper reports there
j Tust now feome -excitement in the vie initv
(if CaldweH over the supposed discovery of
very rich silver deposits. It is saiel tliat
the one i3 exceedingly rich, as shown by
assays made in Denver and Philadelphia.
Now, I have no wish to see this cr stir
other boom crushed simply for the sake of
having it crushed, but if money is to be in
vested there witii the bope of remuneration
from mining silver, it ought to be known
that the chances are infinitely against the
success of the enterprise.
Kansas geology is sufficiently under
stood to make it'eertsin that in but few
localities, and those in the southeastern
part of the state, has there been that meta
morphic action which is accompanied by
the deposition of metallic ores. I know
nothing of this particular locality in re
spect to any special geological features,
but it is not at all likely that it differs in
geological character from the sedimentary
deposits usual in that section. The quota
tion of alleged assays is not sufficient to
convince the geologist against such
evidence. He must know that the
specimens analyzed vero really found
in the locality in question, and
that the results are from a responsible as
sayer. Eufht or ten years ago we heard
considerable about tue Woouson county
silver mines. In this case, tco, cistern
assayers reported large quantities of silver.
The supposed ore was assayed by the
chemist at this college and at the univer
sity without a trace of silver being found.
But it was published over the country that
paying quantities of a rich ore existed there,
"these chemists to the contrary notwith
standing." It h now sijme years since any
thing has been iuard tf silver in Woodson
countv. It '- ir.iethatcvidenceof metamor
phic action i abundant, but it seems to
have been due to hot water, and the condi
tions for the formation of metallic veins aid
not exist. I venture the prediction that the
Caldwell mines will end as did thoMJ of
Woodson county, and that any labor put
upon their development will be just so
much iatn.r thrown away. It will be un
derstood that this opinion is not based upon
general principles, b-t on principles that
are suflicieutiy ?f-U tsiftuhshed, and It can
not be xptcte 1 .hr.i this U an exception to
the ruL If -illrrr dot-sexist in Unit local
ity, it will be found thaltheie are abrupt
and decidculy marked geological changes
as the locality is approached. Prof. Fail
TUB BOTTOM FACTS.
SPLINTER BRAN NEW 11 NOBBY
LARIMER & STINSON
WILL THIS MORNING
f S "F H 1 i " 8 1 f SI T 9 m V ?3 2s Y r a
Throw their doors open at their old stand 132
Main St., where they will welcome their
many patrons and friends, and invite them
one and all to call and examine our new
Goods, Notions, Etc,
are now arriving daily and being
placed on our counters for inspection
as fast as received.
T A DIM
1UIJ11) Ub k3 II
The Emporia Globe thinks that the Al
ton could be induced to build through tn.it
town. It says: "It is staled that as soon
as the Alton lailroad people found that the
Srit-v Fe would build to Chtci.r they p it
engineer into Kansas to look up a route
thr uch the states This route i tins bet we-en
Ottawa und Paula, and is going toward
"Wuhita By looking at the map it will be
With increasing piopeity values there
is a n.iiicchlo iucreae in the number of
uits brought to av-ail the validity of titles.
Scarce! a month pa-es in which some
properly owner who has purcln-wwi in
g.tod frith is not called upon to pay ' "blood
i:iinv" or face a law suit. Trivial tee'hni-
i!i:u--, miu grown vjt,h yoais, are miscd
t.i l.-( loud the title ot pieced of valuable
real estate and slrWor lawyers and agent
leeches rap the lviwfil-. of mistake or
onii-i-ions' which oiiin.dly were not con
sidered worth noticing.
in the early das, liieie was undoubtedly
much care h'vuiM: in the execution of pa
pers relating u reil estate trausfeis and incumbrance.-..
Detail which then seemed
of no moment hev.use their ommi&aion
could have been promptly remedied,- were
panned over in the haste of speculative en
terpri-e. Acknowledgments were often
imp-rfect, ami the names and ielations of
parties to the insfument carelessly insert
ed The siatule of limitations h:i3 in most
case remedied the errors, so far asconllrm
lng possesion is concerned, but they still
remain as clouds on the titles, and real es
tile owners by subsequent puichaso are
frequently willing to pay for their removal.
Vhilc courts of npfitv under our Xe
braska rulings can be depended upon to
protect legal rights again-t tlie;e real es
tate blackmailers, tiie necessity of cue in
the scriii'i'iy of titles cannot be too stron
The Chicago Herald charges that Bob,
tho Democratic Iailor in lennexsee, took
a mean advantage of his brother Alf. He
introduced the practice of kissing all the
young ladies who attended their meetings,
and Alf, being a married man, had to
stand back and say nothing. "Wichita
It is lime this campaign lie Tras nailed.
Bob, though younger ia years than his
brother Alf, Is several years older in mar
ried experipneo, as is plainly indicated by
his b-dri head. Bob nr.-'t ran for congress
in 1882, and oho of his most earnest ap
peals for rotes in that race was that his
sweeUieart Iwd promised" him her hand
only on condition of his beiny- elected; and
although the riiHrict Is Republican b over
3 OiK), so powerful was the canvass be made
uuder the stimuloiu of the mat
rimonial prospect that ho won tho r.t(e
and gill by & haudsomo majority, and
the wedding csiao off shortly after
ward. Alf, on the contrary, plugged along
as an old "bach" for nearly three years af
ter this by fore ho ventured to make the
pluuge. The le.ri advantage Bob enjoyed
over his brother Was in reputation. He
had for f.C7eral years been editor of a
newspaper, and his character was conse
quently above reproach, while Alf, by
serving a term or two in the state legiMa
tuic. hd nat.irallv impaired his standing.
Had it not ben for this "Little Alf," being
a much belts- performer on the lidrile
than Boh, vo.rid doubtless have btateu
hi:n in spite .if his kissing propensities.
This inforuAtion we get from one who is
well acepiaintfrd v.iih the Taylor family
and may lw leg.rrieri a3 tbj bottom facts.
$ . j3
Kansas Furniture Co
The grand rush of the past two weeks has
left us badly damaged, but still in the rino
with soirfe 20,000 yards of carpet.
No. 1 Goods, M-Cte fork aud Bottom Prices
Are what we depend on to make us wha,t
we are. the
Leadins Furniture and Cant
OK THE WEST.
Oil Cloths, Mattings, Rugs, Etc.
J. . Cnmpbedl, of Abilene, has issued a
second volume of poems.
A twelve inch vein of coal h?.s bean
discovered r.l Clifton, at a depth of 10. 3
The Globe says th.it the Salvation
Army has made ferry conversions in At
chison. Many cattle are dying in Wilson county.
Their death is attributed to smut in the
icen that Rmpoiia would not be much out uracil upon puicha-ers A rigid compli-
iuv with the Niatutcs in the drafting and
execution of devds, mid the ideate of liens
ami mortgages is all important. The idea
tnat any one can draw tin a lejal inslru-
l-ii n's to have the AlUn road build through ment involving often the trau-fcr of
thiwav. This would be aUnit the- riirh; ,'thou-auds of uollars in general t h rough -
of tho a- of such a loutc. 'JMiis mat
ter ha I ner.er !j looked after. "Lyon
countv would ceitainlv extcad iuduc'-
d.-taiKo from Kansas City for iiup'irtaut
i i i;r hopsf and for the end of a division.
Y i h the I'cnn? Ivania line and an import-'
a U bra.ii'h of the .MisMHiri T'afific a few
milcsnorthofus.it Ik-Iioovcs linjKi:ato
bo en the lookout for her railroad iute!vs?ts.
Tf we were eba; half the lailrond work
bciti:; done bv some (f the
no doubt the result would be wry sati.fac
t n ." Newton neexU and wants the Alton
if it Inti'ieU into Kai5-as.
out llie Tet wju-re a wi-e codifittitiim of
the laws ha removed much of the verbi
age ami led tape whi-'h formerly sur
rounded conveyancing. The very ea'-e of
property transfer is ib, chief danger to pur
vh.i-.er-, who too often depend upon men
more ignorant than themselves to draft the
papers and ja.ss uptn the titles. A mis
taken econemv and a careloneAs born of
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smaller towns """ """-- "v im'" i -- v.--i.i.e
I blackmailers. More c;ire on the part of
r purchaser is the remedy for these blood
suckers who ply their "trade with success
Iwesiiisc they are sharper than their vic-
James Barrett, editor and proprietor of
the Wichita County Herald, died last week
of malarial fever.
The city of Parsons voted bonds to the
amount of $00,)t)0 in aid of. the Kansas
City and Pacific railroad.
Ivans-is has more ladies holding the ofiice
of cMimty superintendent than an' other
sta'e in the union.
B. Byrcne and James Ti'dale weie found
cuilty in the district court at Oswego, of
libeling Rev. 11. A. Tucker.
j The Marshall County Fair association
l has dissolved and sold their grounds al
I .Marvsville to Jacob Grauer and Gottleib
'jlfss for $1,100.
j Bsloit G. A Ii. post has completed ar
I rangemento for a course of bx lectures
I during thu coming winter, the proceeds to
j bj applied to relief.
OUG LAS AVE
On Wednesday Morning we will place on
sale 3,000 yards of
At $1.17 a yard on your floor.
n 5 1 a
150 LOTS FOR SALE
RANSON & KAYS II ADDM
One of tae finest layiag additions to the city of Wichita, lying
one and one-half miles South of Douglas avenue and comprising
OneHuLdredand Ninety-two (192; lots, east and west fronts, oh
Mosley a enue, vhich will he sold at prices so low that any man
can have a home on very easy terms, and great inducements to par
ties who wiUhuildat once. We hve the building boom and intend
to keep it.
This addition is convenient to school, churches, stores, etc.
Street cars run pst the addition, making easy access to the lousi
ness portion of the city.
Come at once and secure a choice building cite
iiaosas raTiiinre to.
t i A
he Aeeepted Time !
Now is the time to buy, while our stock re
mains unbroken. Wc can show the
rECULIAEITlES OF A PAVEJbOSOT.
Tho (it v father- of Wubenville. Oiiio, I . ,. ,
o ncliuhd 10 lav a new imvemt-at two vears ' t'bicnso 1 uncs: A iiivlcr workman, it
.:go. ai.d ihey jtia-t dug ! foot WUnv the ( sec n- M ll ,uul who Wl!1 Iel ob.Mly work,
suif ice of i he s.tre'l. put in four iuctic of j xVtlanta Constitution (Democratic): The
sand, four inches, of gravel, and itsu -t-t j policy nf free triders seems to l to drive
f ur it ch lire brick on niae. Thru thev workinmeii out of the Demecratic purtv.
ti eieri the top with vand lor a lime, xadj .Ktm-v Citr Amis
1.1 w ttiey linvo llie mu-si jainueut 111 tin- J buruatis and pri
woi Iti. I nis i on ine mam sirt-ei 01 leu- ' alKut nn a ar al
tinUH aim aiu-r ;ao yesrs use mjows no .-ether, at once. nd ourmn.ipntlv
vr .. tilll.k M.MI1T t i1l I
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The coming legislature will he composed
of ninety Kupubhc:tn. tventy-ix Demo
crats, three Independents, and one -Anti--Monopolist.
Hiawatha "World, (Dcm.) says: The
late election demonstrated one thing niou
emphatically , and that wa- that the' people
of this statu lo not want re-MiI)mision.
Delphos (Ottawa count') Carrier: The
recent election hts developed the fact that
there are about 3,00 "straight Rcpubli
cauV and 1S.O00 kickers" in the Fifth
ieare'nworiu oisunam luera. : c are
$700 will buy 100x150 in the first block, east font.
650 will buy 100x150 ft. in second block, east or west fronts.
SGOO will buy 10oxl50 ft in third block, east or we t fronts.
$480 will buy 100x150 ft in fourth block, east or west fronts.
We do nob sell any corner unless the party agrees to build a
good house on the lots, thereby obtaining the buhding boom.
Come everybody and havoahome of your own.
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JL 1I.VV A 1 JF, JL X.JL JL
Office with Famum & George.
HO MAIN' ST.
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tirvlv noiscle. Ice doe-n't adheieto it in ""T ., ',..-'. Ul "nBtra" J,uUHl ' bur enou-h and b
w mvt time al all. It nui lnj lakrn up and ! "mJTtrnUT? "s j make a aood governor, or
uTre-d wiihout anv troul le. UorJ, -slip , fn f"""- , , : " a lT Vniiwl Slato wnalc.
J Iklqian blocks nd on pbnh. but on X'iiXnvano" te like 10 him slay in the
this, no matter how wet- the h1ht mav! " 1 . "' needeel thereto "stir up 1
iw. 1 j... ill r..i!iin a rtrm fortiin.-r Th.-r,- t. Uum (..lobe Democrat (Republican): ' -
rnis- Fraudulent divorce veT? much di-nppoinled in the rult, ben
vale detective ancic? are ' wc nevcr iil"1 :hal -'looaliglit would he
ii.i .should be alwlished to-1 c,tiC,,ei1- !7C thouAh lart,.n'3 mJriy
j would noi oe over ,'u.inw, ami cannot un
S dersland whv it was more
Humboldt Union: Anderson 13 certainlv
ifiicient brains to
even to go into
but we should
; house. He is
In a clipaxmr from the Hutchison Inter
ior, pubiiahe-el in this paper yesterday there
is n objection whatever 'o le raisl l ' ;"' 'iy urmocnav- prcsiuenuat ujimnec
araiust this vlc of imvenient. TIm merit 'uM tw Uteil from the south. That
of U are beauty, durability, noist k-vsMs. ' vjcimki en uik wumrr nas won me njrnt 10 , was a sentence winch is unjust to the mem
c' capues-s and sstfetv j driving. It demaud tJiis lioaor, and everv fair-minded ; bers of the supreme court. The article
posUi-s eviTv elemeut that a gHkl jvave-1 nortliern Deimx;ral will freely concede that sugsresa that some means be adopted to
ment should have. It U absolutely ierfect. i lhe honor cm uot any longer be consistent- I haw the supreme court work over three
2e w Yo:k Tribune. ! """ithheld. i hours a day. We do not believe that there
j Philadelphia Time's, (Independent: The I are any other three men in the state who
The Loaveiiv.i.rihlxurd of trade deplores ; elections of last Tuoedav Absolutely elimi ! work more hour than eio the justices of
the "pracliii' of shopping in Kausiu, Cifv ; nated free tmde from the platforms and the suprame court, unless it bo some few
on tho part of the wealthiest people."" et purposes of all hopeful political parties in ' newspaper men. There is no mechanic or j
jcavc-nwonu people insist on muMuig an- , ;bi country for a generation to come. I; ! mooring man who puts in as
other railroad to Kansas Citr to carry the I is no indefinite verdict. It is the solemn i much lime as thev do. The work of the
shoppers who fail to -el off on the Missouri I judgment of ten millions of American ov- ' court is not behind Ixhsiusc of non work by
Paeitic Atchison Champion. I ereis-ns nr.vlaimim: the death knell of free its members, but beauvj the bnsiucs.? has
j tttide, aud it is a trumpet toaguctl call 10 mcrea-sod thai it ia simply impossible for !
Hon. Kodolph HatUeld. of "Wichita, j deluded Democratic leiders who have been . them to koep up. It will crow worse and
member elect 01 the legislature, is, we un ijewiltkrcd bv free trade sophistry, to re- woive every elav. The constitutional
dertand, a caudidale for peaker of the 1 turu to the true American policy of Jeffer-' amendment'was not beaten because the pto
house of representatives. Idr. Hatiield h:is j crson :inti J:lckson. " ! pie arc not villing to increase the facilities
loruis more prompt disrxinal ot cases, out
because they did not beliove that the pro
posed, amendment was the best way to do
served in the hoiix; and is highly spoken
of by the old members as posseting excel
lent qualifications for the position. Empo
They are feeling jubilant at Mound City
over a strong pressure of gas obtained at
the depth of something ever 200 feet.
Druggist ana bracers
First Block we3t of irsmont House
!i.D a. BROADDUS,
n r a
AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
OmCR sonlh.-t coruer Dnyi mr.tl Topefca
Lowest Rates and Ready
S. W. COOPER,
WicMta, MavfielcL "Weliington.
Harper, Attica, Garden Plain.
Antnonv. Arkansas City, An
dala and Haves.
Colorado & Pennsylvania Anthracite
Mad til Hoc!s at-
Canon CHy, Trinidad and
Osage City, Blossfaurg,
Pa., Piedmont, VV. Va.
McAllister, Fort Scott,
Cherokee, Rich Kill
and Pittsburg Coal,
Men's Boys' and Children's Overcoats in all Prices,
From $2.50 up Lo tiie finest tailor made one3, and will give you
better value for your money tlian any liouso in thG city.
M O TJ
JJ5 i JlllN
422 Bast Douglas Avenue.
American Drill in q; Co.
G-aBj OH, Prospect and. Artesian Wells.
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Vfmasjtr&nla. ji.-.- i0t.wpiiy nsAe, Atmam
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