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V'lCIIIiA TilCRsinY .IAN. 1(J. 1S7.I.
Great liciid, I.:ti'on county, ivalmost
tliu 'foniiihical center i.f 1 lie stiilo,
bcintf eleven miles from thsj center eust
anil we-t. and four wile from the cen
ter north and south.
The new oluYcrs ol the state of Kau-
f.ic iji iii.m rf 1"1 1 iwl .it tlio mi f i I
. T . . in . Tl J liumei houses near the depot and
bv. Justice Valentine. Uiuv entered , , . , '
,. !.. "-., i . from. tin verv nicaijre data wrote his
upon the mininistriUion of their duties , --, "7
miii I "pen portrait ' of the coliutv scat of
ns prc-cribcd ov-law. t
: i Marv-ey county.
. John P. Hide is a continued paralytic, ' " Tlie citizen hero nrc not willin that
and has xtftciiiii"; of the brain, lie the people of the eastern states shall
cannot leave bis room, and will not make their estimate of the city of Xcw
probably live n -Treat while, lie U ton from the information which they
nearly -ii.ty-scvcn jenrs cU'tigc. ! can glean from a piirsual of Mr. Ros-
- iugtoii's letter fo the Commor wealth.
The Ivaiiiiib senatorial i.nc-ti-atio.f ,, .,, ,.,, ..,,...,,, ,,..., v.vton mica
cae is iwMiiiiiiig n shape of cow-iclcia-
bit importance and magnitude. About
t went -live witnesses have been sub
piLMiaed to appear at Washington on
the 10th iust.. to tc-tify againt Sena
tor Caldwell, or tell what they know
about it, and fifteen or twenty more
will be summoned before the close of
Our state legislature convened on
the 14th. Josiah Kellogg was elected
hpcaker of the houe. and A. It. I'links.
chief clcik. The- senate met at 12 m.,
and was called to order by tlie lieuten
ant governor. JI. M. M unlock was
elected secretary pro tern., the roll
called, member-. sworn in, and the sen
ate adjourned until next day.
A MUCH NEEDED LAW.
cd to get facts so that he might be
Here near the bonier we feol the able to tell the readers of the Eac.i.i:
necessity of a law making process in what ha been done commercially
attachment and civil arre-t cases, i?-, dtinng the year ju-t closed, and who
sued on Minday. valid. Not a week ,' done it. Samuel Lehman & Co.. hard
pas,. but that some man "jumps the ware merchants, report sales of SiG.OOO
country' and leaves numerous credit- worth of goods: 1. Luther, grocer,
or to mourn over his departure. He jfGO.OOO; Win. Urown. dry goods and
usually starts Saturday night or Sun- notions, $70,000; James Oregon-,
day and lauds in the Indian territory wholesale liquors, $15,000; J. 11. Dickey
before he can be taken with legal pro- & Hro., drug, (they also have a
cess, as Sunday is not a judicial flay, branch at Hutchinson with h i- includ
"Wu hope our law-makers will look at- ed), $10,000: Geo. D. .Monger, drugs,
ter this matter and make a law to , $20,000; I). Ilamill & Co,, general nier
renicdy the defect. I chandise. $7.'i,O0li ; William Woodruff.
Why do thousands of people who arc '"st siv mouths, out of bu-iue -'nice,
living mi rented farms, mid poor ones $20,000: II. C. Mctjuiddv .t Co.. sne
at that, in the eastern states, scaicely ei-wirs to Horner, $'1,000; II. J. Ilamp
making a living from ear to year. 'ei & Co., la-t siv months, $27,000: I.
never getting ahead any, lie -o. w bile "art, clothier, $15,000 ; I-'oy & Arnold,
here in our great state there are mil- $"20,000, making a grand total of $172.
lioiiH of acres of land yet unoccupied 000, and the good- sold by the inilli
Mibjcct to homestead or pre-emption? "fry stole, butcher shops, etc.. not
There arc at the pre-enl time within taken into the count at all. The-e add
the jurisdiction of the land ollice Ioca-, 'd would a uredly sv.ell the agreirate
ted at this place about nine mill'oii- of ' b?at half a uiillioii, which is
acres of land, and about one half of rather '- hooping thing- up" for a
thN land can be hoinesteaded. Then town les than two jears old.
we say to all who want a home for the I I5e-ides this amount of regular mer
simple ji rice of living on it, come to cantile business, the hotel registers
Kansas and help us make it v. hat it is show the following: At the Winrain
destined to beat no fardi-tant d.iy, hou-e 0,".12 gue-ts have left their au
oue of the greatest states of our gi eat tegraph-; the American about the
nation. , -anie number; thcNewton hou-o 1,582:
THE BOUNTY LAND BILL. i :l",, :lt tl,e S'"1 1",,(;1 :l,,ou, "
( equal uiiuiber: about twenty-live thou-
Tlie house of reprcsentathes recent- s:,ml all told. Taking into consideration
ly )a-sed a bill providing for the those who came here but did not stop
squandering, at wholesale, of the pub- at hotel, and therefore did not regi
lie domain, under the pretence of good their name-, and then allow liberal!
will and geneio-itj to the Union sol- for -itch a- might have po-ibly been
diers of the late war. However, the here twice, it would certainly be safe
probabilities are that the bill will not to say that there were '20.000 isitor-
jrjss the senate. The bill, as it pas-cd during the year 1872. Quite an army.
the house, would take fioui the gov
ernment and put into the hands of
speculators and non-re-ident .'500,000,
000 of acre of the public lauds. A
we take it, all of the e.-soldier who
want laud for the purpose of making
themsehcs a home will take advantage
of the present very liberal law.
What the wet wants is actual, bona
lide settler.- on the public domain, not
laud in the hands ol speculators and
non-resident, lfouruatiou.il Icgisla-
tors real I desire to be generous to the I Hslniient-just mentioned are fully up
late defenders of our go eminent, why , , c ,;llu.4 .AU, a.0 m,t excelled by
not pass Senator Wilson's bill for the anUiodyina business point of iew.
equalization of bounties or increa-e hu I have not bee-: able to get figures
the soldier-' land grant to 210 or ".20 from tliuli- house of l.i-t year's btisi
acres. but allow no mistaken idea of ,,,,,,,.
gratitude to the soldiers retort our Over a.OOO tickets have been sold at
progress in the great west by omitting t)l(. depot of the A.. T. & S. V. II. It.,
the requirement of actual settlement. to x-.ioiis points cast. west, north and
C,orn,iMiilriii1" of tl"' Kus'""
FROM CLEAR WATER.
Ci.r.Ait Watuii, January 11. 1873.
Kixroi: l'.Aci.i:: A short time since.
while on a i-it in Wi hita. we hcaid
it rumored that there was a move to
be made bv the people ol this county
to submit a proposition to vote a -utli-cient
sum of iiionev. in the -hape of
bonds, f(.r the purpo-e d' building
bridges. As we understood, tlie prop- ,.nt of the se.oml division A., T. .V S.
ositlon would include the building of p. i f lmt not i,L. forgotten. He is
bridges over the streams crossing main . j,;. j,().( 0.,,iv .,d kite, and w hen his
traveled roads. Wichita township ha j,..,;,,,, ..,, now-bound or otherwise
the inlluencing vote of the count, and delayed is sUre to be found giving hi
this being the ease we cannot doubt per-oual supervi-ion to the work of
but that such a really laudable object , getting crooke 1 things stra'ght.
will be carried by vote, a- Wichita, A)) (,(, ,a(h. ;,, ..,;,,,, iuto a
itself will be greatly benelit ted. open- cr(nV)li,(1 dim.(.'h Ip . L.diana-and
ing. as it will, many thoroughfares ,,,5,,,, (lie -.i might all be omipi
vv hiel. would otherwise be closed dm- ct ,1M(, ,..,, :l folding camp
ing high water. Hut leaving out of , w ltll ,,0l., whiV, she cairicd under
the question any benelit which it w 011I1I ,K1. anif w )l(MV . ,,, llk(Iv to ,)e
be to Wichita, that city with it-inllu- M,(,n . ., r.,.ual .., ,Itf ,;dged
dice, should, we think, and will be ai0Ilg the ai-lc-. looking around for a
willing 10 voie loruie nuercsi 01 oilier
portions of the count than that in its
immediate vicinity. That people liv-
ing in ine country wouiu vote -m-n
bonds there can hardly be a question,
for in nearly every direction from
Wichila tlut being the attractive
point there are streams which, look
ing to the interest and needs of the
absolute wrong to leave unbridged. or
bridged so poorly nc to be daiigcrou-
. The, cliiet objection which will be
found in opposition to thl move w ill
!., wo fancy, the b:gh rate of our pre-
eut ,ttC4. but let it be remembered
that these Mill, in a great measure, be
rcdue,d. Itailroad, and their land ,
will this year be tavablc.also hundreds
of people who escaped t as, la-t jear.
not owning their lands until nfler the '
... . ' ' , ... , ,1 ,. i,v
lime specilied b law.
. I C, ill llll MJI'IIUII "I nii-iiniiiii,i
heartily in favor of bridges, not only
for-our own need but tor the needs of
others for. being suHerers for the
want of them, we can condole with
?.. .1.! . ....S.... ..C 41i.. mitiiit. mm
those in the like situation
When the nuesiion of bridges, or 110 '
brid"cs is submitted to a vote, let ev- i
rv tiuiii who ha at heart the welfare
.1 i"il futcrest of the eouutv ami lis ,
uiain":iv vote "for bridges"." P.
Corrrifiiii pcrnfthc KtcLh.
ITTER FSOSI ELI SIMPSON.
X i:vton. K.iu., Jan. lOtli. 1873.
Kditok. Laoi.i:: Oiio,.o1 tin quill-
kilrivoi's-coniiui'titl with the Common-
tccalth, Iiiisinition. is now cjigajrcd
In writing the hitories of f lie town
iilon-r the line of the Atclihou, Topuku
J'nnrt Snutu I'Y irailroiul
Ilis nrticli on the town of Newton
does not rivc that town credit for
what sin ip. .Ie.!.ipii,ulIiroiirh hero
and took a hatv glance at a lvv of tlie
,:ld a very unenviable reputation ; and
that 'he ha redeemed herself from
the rottenness and impurities which
were once her curse and her shame.
Uoth these isscrtions are true. Ahat-
ever Newton may have been in foi mer
,l!lVc to-dav-and for monilis .... it
, j , ;law . ol.,lt.r ,ircVl,ilN
ml within the lines that bound the
, state of ICanas a more quiet and pro
' perous city cannot bo found. Her citi
zens arc, a- a rule, enterprising and
energetic lni.si.ie-- men. who are de
termined to work manfully to make
their town one of the best in the great
Kosfington only mentioned four or
live of the linns who do bu-ines here,
and those in the briefest manner imag
inable. ; Your correspondent has endeavor-
j produce. $10,000: Davi & Steele, con
fectioner-, $20,000; A. T. Horner & Co.,
In my list of firms those of C. F.
Pierce fc Co.. lumber; It. 15. Lynch,
implements, coal, etc.; linker ic l'd
gett, contractors: Gorg Clapp,
boots and shoes; Shield-& Flanig.iu.
boot and shoe; Win. Parks furni
ture: Henry Mayer, Hugh Toibet &
P.ro.. butcher-, were omitted, as wa-al-o
Col. Win. Irving'-re-taurant and
Garcelus' boarding house. The gen
tlemen who conduct the various cstab-
j south, and at this depot ticket- can be
had to any point on the inhabitable
globe. This establishment, under the
' supervision of George P. Ilradlev. has
asuined the appearance of a well-regulated
mercantile houc. Order prc-
vail-, anil person- having busines to
transact are -lire to meet with courle
otisnndgeiitlenienh treatnunt. While
speaking of railio'id official. W. II.
It.iucrolt, the w ide-au akesuperintend-
, ... , ,, ,,.. .,. ,;;-.
nlace to locate.
(tll5nklnir V,K. m!(1 , llt .,i,h. , t1(.
,.,;., M.:) ,,.1UM.d , his discour-e and
khiUv j,,,,,,-,,.,,, ...Mv jj0d oman.
,.all-, " um fmd :l sea't ?" ie looked
at h5m ith all the candor and simplic-
:,,.:,:, ...i.i, till i.eeniiiL--her stool
.' - -1
hid. though and s.is s)ie, "I've got a
good seat, and I'm looking for a place
to put it." Then even lloosicrinthat
hou-e laughed till the tear- rolled
down to their heel-, and jn-t becaii-c
., , h ja ,, ,ia,i ., M..,t ofi
cou,...0 j.ie had. There is not anv mor- !
al JOI. 111eil morality-about this -tory.
Here i- one. though. "that haa moral,
An engineer wa- once sent out to
Jti foul,,! 'X
4l;im hy t))c mi,ito. i ,1,.,, jlt.
eouldn't find the mill by a d d -iirlit.
There i a chap in this town making
loud talk about building a grist null,
le donot b, lieve I.asii.u.h
more than enough spare nionev to bu
a rtiliee mill. ours.
El. I SlMTsON.
lion. M. M. Munlock. the -enator of
the WirhiiH Kaii.i:. and editor from
Sedtfvvlck county, is with u-. We
tru.f the K.un.i; w ill not siilVcrduring j
It master's abxMice. but that it will j
conuuue 10 oe uie ongnicsi paper iu
the vrf-M.-Cowmonvcallb. '
Corr.-'l'onili'i.cc of tin Ia:;le.
SOM3 THINGS 'TVIl KNCV.
Si'i:i'o Ci:i:i:k. Jan. 9, 1873.
Kwtois Eagi.i:: Please give thi lit
tle matter room in jour valuable pa
per for the benefit of the many thou
sands of its reader, especially those
that are seeking a home or a location
to ;o into business in Southwestern
Iv'ius.is. Here is a splendid chance to
establish a good country grocery, one
that will buy and sell country produce
and deal honorably with the farmer
and travler. AVc want a good boot and
hoe linker here: one that understands
hi business. He will make a good
trade. We also want .1 another doctor.
We have one doctor, but he has no
competition. "We also want some per
son that understand the mill business.
There is a splendid mill site on the
Arkansas river close to El Paso. We
hav e got the finest body of tillable land
in the world. Fall wheat looks splen
did. "We expect to have a large crop
of wheat this year, and no mills to
manufacture it. We would like to see
more settlors come here. There is
plenty of land that can be purchased
for very little more than wild land is
worth. I see a great many quarter
sections of laud as low as four dollars.
There is a good chance now to buy
lands cheap here. We have a splendid
class of people settled here and good
societ, schools every two miles, and
good and substantial buildings.
School di-tricf No. 12 has a very line
building. The fanner are talking of
putting in large crops this year. Time
are hard on account ol having such
he.ivv lave to pay. We think our couii
tv fathers made a very wrong step in
lev ing such heavy ta on us in our
infancy. The people ought to remem
ber them if they ever want to be
'county dads" again. Farmer Doo
littlc was up from EI Paso la-t Monday
night blowing his bugle against mar
ried life. We have a debating society
in our school hou-o every Monday
night. Joir-'Dor.AJ. "
Cum-eiuiinlentr of thr Uaclk.
Ei.nitinrn:, Kas., Jan. 8, 1873.
EniTon E.vfu.i:: Please allow me a
few words in reply to your reply in
last week's issue, under head of -'Toll
I'ridge." My information wa that
the bridge company would not sell at
any piice, and that the receipts were
large, so much so that the ensuing year
would pay up the stock, and that it
would then become a source of large
income. , ;j- well as other. labored
under the impression that it was run
for the "almighty dollar." I do not
want to be understood as being op
posed to toll bridges, fo in the winter
of 1870 I saw too much the need of a
bridge across the Arkansas river. I do
ask, for the benelit of others as well a
111 self, that the bridge company seii
olisly consider the cheapness of toll,
and also the collection of pay but one
way when parties intend rccroing
thesame day ; alo the i-siiiiigof vcarly
tickets, not only a a convenience but
a a -iiving fo the ta-paing commu
nity, llelieving that a better under
standing and feeling ha- been attained.
I drop the matter.
II. F. I!nom:s.
Governor Osborn's lirst official act
as governor of the -tale was to trans
mit the following to President Grant:
Ki:cnivi: IM.rvimtr.M. !
Tori.h , .1.111. 1R, lb'J. j
Tolh- Fr,si.ttitoftht Cnilul tutf:
I desire to call our attention to the
occupation by I'nitcd States troops of
a certain poi lion of this state known
a the "Cherokee Neutral Lands," and
to icspcctlulh request that you have
orders immediate! is-ued foi their re
moval. The-e Iroopswere furnished
on the requisition ol Governor Harve.
for the preservation of order upon
these lands during the peudene ol a
civil action latch decided in the i'nitcd
Male supreme court, finally settling
the title to the s.inie. which decision is
fully acquiesced in by the -etller- upon
the lands. Very npeetfullv.
Titos. A. Osiioit.v,
Governor of Kansas.
The Currency Bill.
The bill introduced iu the house
Moudav by Representative Monroe, of
(Jhio. jiroviding for an increase of. i5.
OOO.OOO of currency, and which i
amendatory to the act to provide for the
redeui lion ol the three per cent, tem
poral lo'in certificate and for an in
crease .f uatioiril bank notes, may be
aid to 1 ('present I hi views of the
comptroller of the currency, of Mr.
Hooper, chairman of the committee on
banking eiirreuc. and of several other
members of this committee. All of
thee gentlemen, w bile opposed to an
furl her c pan-ion of the cireubitiiig
medium, recognize the fact thft the
south and wet have been led to ex
pect .s-.'..H)0.W additional citreiicy
from the eti.i f "it. 000,000 distribution
provided iu the law of ls70. and this
bill simply proposes to administer up
on the-e expectation. The dillieu ty
iu the vvav of executing the sixth sec
tion ol this latter act prompted the
comptroller to ak for its icpeal iu his
last annual icport. and to request that
in it stead ongre-s would give him
power to increase the banking facili
ties of national banks a time and oc
casion might require. The complaint
of stringent in the money market is
represented to be full :i great in the
financial centers of the eat a the wet
mid the former will not consent to be
curtailed even one million for the ben
elit of oilier sections of the country.
It seeuis to be the genera! impression
that the bill vvill pa-s. The following
is the bill : "That in addition to the
amount of nation il bank notes for cir
culation heretofore authorized by acts
of congress, then may be i-ued
twentv-iive millions of dollar-,
which shall be furnished bank
ing as-oeiation, or to be or
ganized iu those states and territories
which have less than their proportion
under a reapportionment of the nation
al bank circulation. baed upon the
census of 1S70. and upon the principle
of apportionment contemplated by the
provision of an act to amend an act to
provide a national cunency secured by
a pledge of I'nitcd States bond-, and to
provide fur the circulation and re
demption thereof, approved March 'J.
IS'Vi. The additional circulation here
in authorized shall be" secured b the
deposit of bonds with the treasurer of
of the I'nitcd Mutes. ;i provided In
the act. of which thi- U a suppleniem
ar section: that section six' of theact
to"which titis is siippliuientar br and
the aine i herebv repealed." Kansas
CHi Journal of Commerce.
The annexation ot the Sandwich Is
lands to the Tinted Mates, now that a
favorable opportunit for -o doing ha
been tueentcil. i being geiierallv di--
ciis-ed bv the press, and the desirabil-
it of the posses-ion i geiierallv con- '
ceded. Tin secretary of the navy had '
show n but a few da liefore. in hi- re-
port, the importance of a coaling sta- I
lion in th Pacific, and had suggested j
the acquisition of one of the Navigator j
group. If. however, we can po es .
ourselves of the much more valuable J
San'!--ich Ilaurt. it will be far better. '
THE ARKANSAS VALLEY.
Scraps of Ncvs from her Journals.
The Newton Kaman contains the
following item :
vSdMhuPZi3061 ,so"' rc"
poued uuii mil pi omi-ing.
I'egular trains will not be run to the
slate line for a couple of week vet,
that portion of the traik west of Dodge
not having as yet been turned over to
Yesterday morning II. W. Hubbard,
the ncwl elected register ol deeds lor
tlns ciuiiitv. found the Ion?' lost I I.,
of that office upon his door step, a
perfeet in even-vvav as when stolen
several months 'ago from Mr. Brown.
There is now c'verv cmvincing ovi-
.!......,. ,.r ;. I.....iiv..i.i.'ivilin.i t this,
.., .. -.. .. .... ... , ... 1
part of the state next season.
The following interesting items we j bftttie of companies of the Fifth calva
clip from the Arkansas Traveler: j ry with the'Apaches, December 29,
F. E. Collins informs u- that Senator j "ear Salt river, not a warrior escaped.
Ponierov' friend are determined to I All the band were killed and twenty-
secure His re-election to tlie United
States senate if possible. The people
of Southern Kansas could not be bet
One thousand dollars have been sub
scribed toward the Universalis!
church. It meets considerable favor,
and is endorsed by s0mc of our best
There is a project on foot in Sumner
to form a new county of the we-t half
of (Jowlcvand the e.isi half of Sumner.
A petition is b"ing circulated in
Sumner eouutv for an election on the
county seat. The contest will be be-
tween Belle Plain and Wellington.
Sntvnvori. D. Toubv. engineer in
charge of the K-nisa- and Nebraska
railroad survev. reached ibis place vc-
terdav. having made a comnlete sin -
vevfrom Cedar Point. He renorl verv
favoiablv of the route
From the Hutchison JVcft-.v we ropy
KxTnni'isisiso. A. II. Williams and
some other gentlemen were working
on a house la-t Saturday, two miles
from town. They could "not get home
conveniently 011 account of the storm,
and had the unp!eaant prospect of
spending the night in a house without I
lire. However, they v ere equal to the J
emergency. Having a joint of stove ,
pipe they stuck it into a keg ot nail
and built in it a tire that kept them
LfizooTic. This dieae is sloshing
mound all through the county. We
are glad to chronicle that it i in" a mild
iiiriu. -o 1.01-e- 1 mvcvcinico 110111 11 liiisines., in which the democratic
that vve have heard of. It is true that 1 press, with it, ti-iud disregard forpub
.1. 1. Norman had one die on Sunday, j i;e interests end subservienev to arbi
vvhich at lirst he supposed had the epi- 1 trarv rule, will take the lca'd. Their
70otie, but before he "Kicked the outerv vv ill be regarded as the whist
beam it was lound to be blind stag- Ungo'f the wiml. When the paramount
..m:vjiaiIi Koi'ti:;. 1 he po-lma- . no timetotand upon punctilios, a
ter -general advertises for earning the desperate effort has been made to sub
mails from Salina via Liud-liurg and , idie -tate lcgi-latuie. so as to pre
MePherfon to 1 1 1 1 1 c 1 1 i - 1 1 ; aNo from j vent legislation restraining corporate
iiiiiciiiiisou via (ja-iieton, fclierman,
Medicine Lodge and Ponierov to Camp
Supply, in the Indian territory: al-o
lrom valuta to llutchm-ou via him
creek. Sharp's cieek and Stone corial,
on the Little Aikan-a-.
Fi:osti:i. A Mr. LlUvv orth. living
on Ihe liver, eight miles below heie,
wa. 011 Saturday nignt. lost in the
snow storm while going from this eitv
to his home. Hcu';is dtiin"'i t vi.
hor-e wagon and wandered the whole I movement, as well as a deep convie
nighr. Cm Sundav morning he found I ,imi ol ' ,llil1 ,1U !ll,lt-' illll ll""
hiinself at Mr. Dimock's. 'one of his ' ouglily informed member from Ohio
neighbor-. Mr. Kll-worlh siillered -e- has initiated a movement looking to
vcrcly. having both feet -lightly fro-t-bitten.
lie would probably have suc
cumbed had he not found a -tack of
hay behind which he took refuge in
the latter part of the night.
The Oxford I'rrs.t says : '
Captain Folks has gone to the state
eapiial. lie will be absent several
The Presbyferian of thi place are
cndeavoiiug to raise money by sub- ,
seriplioii to seeiire the services of ISev.
Mr. Backus for the coming ear.
A parte of thirteen left this count '
to go to stevenoii. on December 10th,
and iu crossing the plain in Harper '
county, on Monday, the "-''.'d. eleven of
the thirteen got more or les frociii j
Tin-new town (of coitr-e to be the 1
county seat) iu Barbour county i ,
named Mevcnson. in honor of our fel
low -townsman, the irrepressible Dick
Sucm-ss to Stevenson we mean both
Dick and his town. ,
.... . . . 11 .
A e learn m-t as we go to press that ,
petitions hav- been pre-nte. to the .
rouiitv comtm-MoiiiM aknijr Mum to
older an election for the lemoval of
' ".. i!' .V"" ",' 'TT '
telle Pain. hat honorable bod has ,
taken the matter under advisement for
two weeks, when I I..-V inj act iiiiuii if ,
at an adjourned h-moii. i
The Kinporia lacs sa.vs: ,
Wichita is about as laigea Kmporia. '
u-:..i,;.. ui.-;iiiii.r,iriw.i-it..ri 'I'lmt '
poem iu the I'Afii.i: must have been
'I'he Kansas Pacific shipped more
cattle the past ;e:i-on than any other
road. Junction City Union.
(Jive Us your figures on that state
ment Ilrother Marlin.
.. .. T ,, it- i .
Nr.wontc..Iaii. 11. AAa-hingtoii '
s-perisd ay the tinance conunittee have
decided that "secretary Uout well ha no
authority for issuing any portion of
the thirtv-tour millions leal temlir
which he claims as a reerve tiind.
This leaves the tieastirv with forty-live '
million-available ciirn nc . The secrc
tar of the trea-urv s.ns that if con
gress endorses the action ol the thiauce
committee il will cause a contraction,
a-the trcasiirv will be compelled to
keep a much largcraiuount of cm rcney ,
balance on hand than at present. !
Senator. Milliner is considered to-day '
to be in better health than ye-terda. ,
Ills still'ering i- lik" that which follow-
ed the injuries of Pieston ISrooks. and ;
may be from the anie cause. He J
hope- to take hi seat iu the senate '
some lime next week. !
A Minneapolis, Minn., dispatch sas
that the storm on the St. Paul k
Pacific railroad was the scvcuM ever
known. At a station called Kirkham
there weie several f.irnur in town;
when the -torm bur-t, upon them they
left for home with their team-, and'
verv few ot them have been heard from.
One -leigh contained Mr. Doland and
brother, who were frozen to death.
Man teams were taken, end hoie
found fiozen iu the drifts, mid the fate
of their owners i unknown.
The bill of exceptions iu favor of
Stokes has heen completed and will
soon be argued before Judge Iioard-
nian. it he does noi grant a new trial .
the bill will be taken before everv one
Ol the tlltrtV -one judges of the supreme
CO II rt .
Stokes was much dejected vcsterday. '
London, .Tan. 11. The total number
of emigrants who left Liverpool dur
ing the Mar IfcTJ, tor America, wa
AWis-itiNf-ToN. Jan. IS. The senate
committee on elections thi- morning
examined Ira 1'iisirk. member ot the
Kansas legislature. C. AY. Thoina- and
.lames T. McDowell, the latter of
w bom le-titied that Tbonuts offered to
cll him for Caldwell the votes of
-siceic ami inner uicinner- oi uie ni
latnre The committe? alo exanuued
at great lcmrtb L. T. mitb. Caldwell"
partuer in tlie banking bu-ines-. Mnilli
gave the detail- ot an arrangement
made before the seuutoreal t lection.
between Caldwell. Gov. Carnev and
i.-.,....l.l,,- .;..', !',., ..,. In'n.;ii,.
draw lrom the senatorial candidncv.
I1II1I-. II . .....v.. . ........ ,,.,- ,,. ,..-
.?15.n00 being paid him by Caldweil. i
Tl.?- .iiwmiil irn, -liLi.,mtlillv iiftiil '
P.,r,i..v in iii.lalmnnts Af Sin .lVrt niiil
..,. . .. ---- ..r.. ....... ... .-
is'i.C,'X" repectivI. StMin iiiin:i!lc
m ",-.- , -. --- - s. - ,
wards Smith gave Carney $7,000 to re- '
iiubuise him for expenditures during
the election. !
Nkw Yoi:k, Nov. 11. A special -
Washington dipatch says the Spanvh
luiuisiei- siaiesmai iiiciiiisuiuicrs-iaiiu- i
ing referred to in Fish's Iett'-r to Sick-
i !c' "f ,ct'2a-,pl'1V1'7l ;cK- i;a
been removed, and the relations be-,
tween'the two government are quite!
fricndlv.. The sv-tcin of gradual eman-
cipatiou adcqitcd by squill has already
released 50.(M) slave-, in ca-e that law-
is being faithfully carried out.
Another special states that the reply
of the Spanish government toSecrctary
. Fish's note was courteous, and gave as
i trance that the present friendly rela-
j til11-shall not be disturbed. Thepsrty
, " iu power in Spain believes itself
' 'ongcnough to pursue the policy of
eiii.ineiaiioii,aiu w 111 niase euons 10
Sav FnAVPi.rn. .Tnn. 13. In the
",v "" i (.iiuim-ii uih.uuu
I'lie Xew Mexico freight train for camp
I Bell was attacked b Apaches and the
j wagon-master killed". Two white men
were afterwards seen 011 the reserva
tion wearing the clothes of the mur
I New Yokk, Jan. 13. The detail of
1 Mrs. Sherman's confe-sion tills ten col
,1111111. It -hows she murdered eight
people, and two oilier lo-t their lives
1 accidentally by her poi-oning.
1 i large crown was pre-eni in 111c
' over and terminer court this morning
to witness the opening of Tweed's case,
! Peckhain commenced the opening ad- I
. Ai.ijaxv. Jan. 11. The trial of ex- j
I Couipti oiler Connelly, of New York,
,'"1' fiaud. will take place this month.
' I o-day ailulavits were tiled by In
! counsel stating that he had good and
Sr. Lori.s. Jan. 13. The democratic
caucus at Jell'erson City, this afternoon,
nominated L. V. Bogy. of bt. Louis, for
United Slates senator, by the following
vote: Bogv.61; Blair, 17.
Regulating Railroad Tariffs.
Mr. Shell.ibargcr's movement to reg
ulate the tariffs of railways is attract
ing a great deal of attention. It har
monizes with a current of public feel
ing, co-eteiisive with the countn,
that is widening and deepening so rap
idly as to promise the overthrow of all
w ho resist it. Of course there vv ill be
the usual outcry about being governed
too much and interfering with private
I right of the people are at stake it is
monopolies. 11 nas availed at one ?e-
sion onlv to tiud itself confronted bv a
more formidable movement the next.
The contest has gone on until it has
become evident that to congress the
people look for the erection of a break
u titer behind vv hieh priv ate rights vv ill
he secure, vv bile c irporate compauks
will he allowed all the can legitimate
It is in ilefeieuee to thi popular '
the regulation of th' whole svstem
upon a national basis. It is a ditlicult
que-tiou to meet and adjust so as to
operate equal!. But the nation it-elf
ha rights that must not be made the
foot-ball of mercenary combinations;
the states have rights equally impera
tive. Companies deriving their fran-ehi-e
from national and state legisla
tion, and favored in a thousand ways
because of the facilities the give "to
trade, cannot and should not lie per
mitted to place an embargo upon that
trade, and to ueutralie, In their exaction-,
the benelit- promised. Wash
Under-clothing for Cold Weather.
For children of three ears and over
theie is nothing better, perhaps, than
an under garment, clothing the body
from the neck and vv lists to the heels.
"K-1' !).ke ""' night-draw ei children
"'"' '") l,,!! '" ,!'!,' w 1,."1:' i;''-
easv, high-necked waist, with long,
-. , Zh. ., .-,, ( ,,,...
. - i(, ,H. . T ' ,lraU(.r,
,,., i ....i... 1..11 ..t i.. .. u..t
-IIUUIU lV lilltlV.1 lllll l IIIU I w i Iflll
small enough at the lower oart of the
l'rf "' r,'o iii-ide the stocking, reaching
r r r ,
, s .. ,., disagree" about
,,. II1!lU.rini ,,r ,-, nnde.-garment. I
m1( ..u, WooIeu ami some
cotton. Taking into account the dilli- j
culfy of wahing woolen without its
shrinking, and the disagreeable seiis.-i-
lion nianv skins experience iu wearing i
it, probably the best vvav in man
eases is to" have this under-garnient
made either of cottou-llaiiuel, or of
thin cotton-cloth, with a similar gar-1
incut of warm woolen material over it.
Buttons at the waist support the other
In L'nlon tovviislilii. on tlie lt of .lanu-iry.
lv II. y. I'ii'i". Jiiticc of tin liearr. at I lie re-
i,!t,m.t nr -s,i ,. itmi,.,!..,-. .lr. Alvii.as vv.
cniii;. of IIjIIovvcII. Maim, to Mi- .It ! .M.
Mift. of L'niou town. hip, -scihrvvirk cmiiiiv,
WICHITA SAVINGS BANK!
At Cleir of Hutinni
Monday, January 6th, 1873.
1.0.114 and ilitennnt . J .V.,'i',7 .f '
ounlr n .. ' 1-
sttA:l.s anit tsml 7,117 16,
r'nmitnrr ami tlviares .... 1 1 s7
ileal estate ... fi,". 70 t
Itevelllle stamps 317 p l
l.xsn" acci'tint .. l,It',7 Wi
l.xchaugeanilcihon haml X,ya IS I
,,w) m j
Cl V (T
W hereby certify (ht we hve thl -fUy exam
Ir.t trta l...k a n.l nitwra nf That W'lfhif A salT'tfl.'a
I'.jnk, and evnntnl (he ctJU on hand, and find
errj imn g as aooTe suit ti
.1 II BLVCK.
C It TOI)l,
Wichita, Jannar; Gth, 1-..1
V-- "T" T5sss- R-ln?-se t
Alt Ont r iromit'y attendr.1 to Offic X '
Paley H.o.r, csirnrr trt and VV atrr t -
jTaviriC B-iiiihgs, C-stactsz, Bniliisr. Rilsisg
All work ilonr in the be! mauiner and saJifac
tiMi raaraotessl !aie order at the o(Ber of
Mrrlt.i.s.h ll-lvj C J KKMITU.N.
Vho Wants a Home?
.lame n Mra.l win -rii it, hnjrlrrtt larrrr-.
,. ,-! h. -HI IU lmn.1 I
a arlie w bo wlB bailtl or irojmiTe. " mjl-tt
. ... .
't'"M'Bor ' rras w sr
i ppcwl wnp; OH.-Kie rrr 7nxi cpi
lrr4-T K N ." Wichita, V O Ss-tf
MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN
"AT J 1ST T E ID !
To Cany away G-oods from the Counter of
CALDWELL k TITSTTOSTH'S
Come and Pries Onr Goods!
WE WILL SHOW YOU
Ktour from Diamond and Fort Siott Mill',
riates ami Tureen-, Suzaraiiil Glassware.
Tea and Tea Pot.; Coffee, raw, or
roasted, or ground ; and s)npr
UowN, Com ileal, Cutltry,
Cliee-e, China Ware ; To
bacco, plug, tine-cat or
Lamp-, Lanterns and Chimney, and Co il Oil,
Ham", Macon, Lard, Cake Bakct, Svrnp,
Soap, Decorated Clumber Set", l'ic
kles and I'icklc Di-lies, Spoons and
Spoon Holders, Wash Tubs,
Wa-li Hoards, Hope, Pla
ted Wnrc.Candy, Fig,
Dried Fruit-, Canned Frult, Ron N, Tumbler,
Mirrors, lU-kcts, Mop-ticks. Shot, Pow
der, Gun Caps, Silver Cups, Crackers
and Cheese, I'ork and Ilea in,
Cake Stand and Castors.
2,500 Pounds Now York Fresh Batter.
GOODS 1JKLIVKI5KD FIJEK OF
CHAIUIi: IX THE CITY.
ZJTlMiiy; money, es, potatoes, chicken-,
CALL -A.2nTjD SEE TJS
J. E. CALDWELL,
FIRST ARKANSAS VALLEY BANK
W.M. C. WOODMAN & SOX,
$30,030 TO LOAN EY MORTGAGE
On .'" Eitatt Stcurltit$r in lumi cf f 100
WAGON, CARRIAGE AND PLOW!
E3Si;rn of the Ku Whiel, moth cf Douglas
Grneral Draltr la
C.HOCKHIKS, HOOTS AND SIIOKS,
r.r. r.iso, kaxsas.
H-mnp iirrhavfl the intret of my former
partner, I. 1 Vance, I hH eontinne to lre
general m"M,rtmrnt of (.rrKrerle. Ikxita, s,
anil all such notions are neraUy fMirwl in a
country toie, hich I will ell at Wichita j.rlrn.
Thr eo-partner-hip heretofore ril'tinj Iwturen
R I Mxnn ihI1 II HvmilUm Is tti Ur ll
solviit b mutual cnnrnl II ' Miwi aMiimiDjc
and scllfinz all claims fur and again! said Arm
i: i m.xon,
IHOJI.Vs II HAMILTON'
Wichita, Kan . Jan 1, l73 "--
Mannfacturrr of and dealer la alt klnda of
Parlor, Cnamlr, Ihrellinr xcd Ihekea
A Full Line of Undertaker's Goods. ;
MATTRnsSE.5, CARI'ET?, CURTAIN'S, Kle.
Ibiiblrrs and the tmlr .njidb-d witta braetrls j
nvWlnr. stilr rails, hanirr.. b. doors and
Ull,, aivl all ki-kl. of tnmlnr and niachiar '
-rk WlaaJj4c;orefraiaeTK,joldirs tafd
Onb-rs atrt rerrjr,drnsv solieilrd and protrcf- '
ly attended a Ser ad sale rtnna Iti Com- I
mnreial strrrt. Kmir,ria. Kitsu j
iT-ly. Jt'IIN MclHVL. jrria. Kaa
"W. vT. HOBSOU,
Baker's National Truss Bridge!
The Best and Cheapest Bridge in Use !
WILL ALSO CONTRACT FOlt
Howe Truss Railroad Bridges!
Or Any Other Desired J'lan.
1 hate the exclusive royalty of lUkcr's Nallulinl
Trus Ilriilse for the counties of Murion ami
Gri'rnwooil, aiul all counties uuth and nl of
the taicr iu the st.itc of KnsM.
EJ-llrldcr sites urTent anil rstiinati mwle
I l.iv In; hid ctensiTe exierirncr in the lnisl
nc3, I can jiArantv satisfaction In all casrj.
I.cttfrj of inquiry will be promptly answered,
and any dviiired inform-ilton furuivlied. Adtlres
W. J. HOBSON,
OKKICK i:le IlloiW, in nar or Wiclilla Sal
inp I!anV ' 37-lf
CO to thi:
Boston Boot and Shoe Store!
j.. O. JJ-'VIiDSOlsr
No. 15 1'xsi street, Wichita, Zan.
"WfT. C- "V7"OOX)2iLA.2r
C II E A P C A S II
Rock River Buiding Paper, Etc.
WlvUtal I-iT In
Foreign and Domestic Wines I
LisTo, T:"cacM and Cirsrs !
BAH (JLASSWAISK am FlXTUKVJi
OUt Puitojic; ItniltUay,
Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
S II Atdrich.
Ily v irtae ra 9)ecial order or sate fo me direete J
xmI dclinrrd, i-aiiol on! ,t the mh tlistricl court
ofthc slate of Kansis. .'Ulns In and for S-edi-uicLcutinty,
in aiit -late I will, n tht nth ilar
ot Kebruarj". A. l IsTJ, between Ihe hours of 1j
u'etocL la :md lit'cloet it. m ir sold iUv. si
the court h ituedoonn Wichilaeitv.hitheco'unir
aud t.ite aforesaid, oiler at puMlcsatr ami .-ill to
the lugliest tiiddrr. for cash in hand, lo xtit a
Ju lament obl-timtl In said court in faror of C
J Kemit.n, the following described real esliif
Lota No si and si l hicaio arenne. West Wlrh
Its, kan3.-u, and the holism hereon, and aUnhe
appurieiiances attachrit therein.
raid jimjiertT to l-e sold as commanded B'th
aid sj)clal order nf sale
JOHN MK.V;iIKi:. sheriff.
Ity lleorsc U'Aniuur, Uriat shrrliT.
.Sheriff oB.ce, IhU lttt dar uf Januarv. A. t.
Tnekrr.t Fi.her, attorneys for plaintiff.
41-lt !Ta fee r -
STVTK OK KANsAS .
CoCMr or etow tta, J
t I, .Mir:-ull,
Mary J IVree, Chrl fierce and James A.
B virtue ol a steeial onter of sale tome directed
and delivered, ts.ueil out of the ISth d,lrict eonrt
of the stale of Kan.t, -Ittlna; In and tor .SoUrw icl.
eounlv , In said state, I will, ou satunUy, itte Sth
day oi February, A I l13. at 1 1 o'clock a m of
slid day. at the court notice (Kor in Wichita, in
thi- county and tate aforesaid, otter at .nldlr sale
aud -ell to the hlrheit bidder, for eai-h In hand,
the rollou Ins ile.crllx-d real rstate lnirrl), to
wit Lot number one tvindred and forty (II1), on
Maiu street. In the tonn of Wichita, In Ihe count)
nf Srdvric's, and state of Kansas, and the hnlld
tuc standinit thereon
Ml irni rtr to be old aa commandeil by the
said special onfer of sale
JOHV Ml. VI'HKU, sheriff
lly .1 i MontMHise, I'uder. sheriff.
5herlir ortlcf Um Ihe Wh day of Januarv . Is73.
41-u i'r'.s n-e a: ii
&TATK OK KAN- M, . .
Iu Ihe I'rolialr l.mrt In and for (aid ruuntv-
In the nutter of Ihe estate of John Marshall,
Notice Is herrb)' Kieen thst Irtters of adminis
tration hale bru cmnted tu ll uim!.vIim1 n
the eslatr ot John Marshall, lair nf ald count) ,
dieeaseil, b) the hunuruble, the lrubste I otirt wf
thr eoitntii and i,tate a!irrald, datrtl the third day
orilrcemlirr, A l l-Ci
Now, all iKTsoiii, having claim, agahi.t Ihe-said
estate are hrrrby imtitud tha Ihe) niu.t irernt
the same to thr uuilerslicne! for -Uowancr Mllhin
one) ear lrom the dale id said letti r, urthr) may
tie precludetl from ao) lieurilt of such rstate, and
that if uch claim- be'nol exhibited within Hires
li'nr ullcrlhe date of said tillers they bait br
CIIAKI.I A I'IUI.1.1!'. Admlnl.lralor
Of the estate of John -ulhad, dece-bei
SU- :t fr's fee l
The undersigned, as.lRiiees of C Weldner. of
edtnili. county, Kan.is, hereby give notier
to all iierMius huvln;; claims a-iln'.l Ihe estate of
C Wridiirr that on the lull da) ol Ma), A i
sT3. at 1 o'clock n m , at the oftlce (if JaiiH
Mrt'iilloch. in Ihe cite of Wichita, Iu rtUwlcL
county, lu the state of Kan-as, the) will iiiimt
imhlicl) to adju-l and allow it. mauds ajralii.t the
estate and et!rel ot the .-lid I VV rldnrr. at
which time and 'dace all iioits haiiujr il.ui.i.
against said estate nre reiiue.tril to rirnc thriu
for adjustment and allow ance
1IOIIII. ,t l'iriI-Nt;i.H,
As.l:iieea ol C Weidner.
Dated January 1M!i, tT-l
janli-3in Ir' fer !i sj
Wichita kau.a.. .Ian 1 1H..9 )
Coiuid iliil hailujt birn entered at this ollice by
.eorj;e Vle.Vlurr) aKiitu.t ( W lnidw.lt fu'r
abandiinliii; his (.aj;r illioo' No asts, tlnud
June a, sfi, Usu Ihe soulhwe.t ilmttir of
section 3. lowuhii J south, r.iv;(r I wr.l,
in s.idxwirk count), Kiinas, witli a lew to
the lamrllaliiill of said entry , tin slid uirties
ate herib) aiimmoneil tunji'tenr nt this ollice on
the I ah ill) of ttbiuar), l-.J, at '.' nrlock. a m .
to rcs'xHidaud tiirui.h te.timouy eirueernlusuid
W s Ji:.NKINS llefrlitrr
.1 l I!Klr IKt.li. liiedter 41-lt
Notice of Attachment.
roiniil-iint iu ultai hmrnt I'IkIiiUIT.' demand
tweuty-nli.e doll irs
Notice Is hmhy (len that on thr list day id
December, A l Is;.'. Albi It l.no rsoli, il Jii.ller
ot the t"aee of W U hlia towushii. s-nhtwieli
count), KniisiiM, issunl an ordrr ot atiaehiinnl in
thr hImiti named e i,e for the som of twent).nim
dolliirs, and llmt said eausr will hr hiuidon the
loth .In) of Ktliriiirs, A H IKTI
da 1 1. 1. v a siKt.i.r, t'taimin,.
4VU-l'r'fi-e l M
VV irniTi. Kassas, Itec '!, Is.i )
Conifilaiut havhiit bern inttiid ut this oince by
I hauey lion aulu.t Ililtie Hiins tor adieras
Os'jrr llllllK No ll ss, dated Vo JI, I-,!, U4Hl
Ihr lots si 3 and I, urot s.ulli-foiU ul Itir n,ilh.
wr.l iiuarlir ol.tillon I, towiuhlii is south,
raiiffe; west, in srdwlck couul), Kausarf, wllli
n view lo Ihe cinerllntloii ot aid llliiiK, threald
i trtles are li.rrln siiuimnunl In aiirnr at this
oilier on Ihe -i ila) or.lmiiur; , l. 3, at 1 o'eWel.
p m , to rrHnil ami fiuutsh lestimoiiy ion
r.ciimi" suid udtersr Clliutr
W s Jl.Mil.Ns, Itrgi.lrr
J ; KKIil II.I.Ii, Itn.iin oa-it
V I.i Oiih r, I
Wirmrv, Kan!, lire s, 1CZ
lomptaint haling h,m enlrrrd at thl. ofllee liy
O-lllHll llsis) ajfalllst VV .V VV lAsoli lot adler.r
Osaellliiii;, No i,3C. dal.d Viik'ii.t II. IrTi, uiu
tin' lots 1 ami ' und iMoitd half ol uoilhra.l .juuilrr
olsietiou 5, tuvinhli is soiilti, raiiitr I west. Its
srdtfwlrs roiiniy, Kansas, stllh a vlrw to thr
cancellation of iM tlllii. thr said Nirtiratr
h rrli) snmmun.d to aejirur at this oilh r on Um,
iltliilayol.lauuiiry. IslJ, al II o'clock a m , lo
res'iid and luiiiiah testimony eoncrrnlngsali!
W s JI.NhlSH, l:.KMrr
.1 C lli;i'Hi:l.l, Itreriler atl-lt
I' t I.st orrirr, I
Wiiiiita, Kansai, No .1, IsTi (
Comiilaint IniTlnif brm entered ut this olhee by
John II Nli hols against I' VV llnmai fr
adsrrse I ue tiling No Km-), datrd Vlsjr 1ft,
Kl, ti'ioii thr southriial tiarter of setlou (s
towii'hii' .a soolh. tailor 3 k.i. in Itiill.r
eoiihtr, Jiansua, Willi a sirw lo the cancellation
of said llUuir. thr said Mirfirs nf' hrreby suiu
llionrd ti acinar at Oils otur-r on thr Mil dajr dl
Kibniary, 173, at If o'elmk a m , to remd
and luruUh lestlnfiiiy eourrniiniC said tllinK
VV H .IhNklNM, Urjd.lrr
J C i:i:tl'li:l.l, llrceiver U.lt
Notier I hrrrby ftivru that ssr will, on Alitor,
day, the 1st day of March, sl lb. follow liift a
shllrd irorrty a. Ihr ussljners oft. Weldner,
I rrre float, and
A few cords tThmTi. dry wood
Jalr lo comiorlirr al Ml it's Iwk a in limn
rslh IIHlillsA ririCM.I.It. As.lKU.rs
41-Tt I'r's fn '.Hi
lSiMAtN ."sTHKlTT. WICHITA, KAN" ,
Wbrr ymi will Bnd Irf-bs(er Klosrrr Srrd,
fnmi Bsrto l.i crnt. tr pIf srfotr rrU
by Uh" a-roei.-unt Mily I'ras and llrans by
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