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M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
WICHITA, 'I IICKsDAY. VIM. I'J. 1874.
From the Capital.
AVc had expected a long and inteiest
ing letlcr form the Capital tiii- week,
from the pe.i of the editor, but the fol
lowing extract from him tclh wli we
wore disappointed together with some
other interesting facts :
"Yon will hae to e.cu-e ni f.iilute
in coming to time t!ii- week. 1 am so
overrun with local legislation that I
find little time to write. There aie
five county line fights on my liaml at
this time, with ten fccts of lobyists.
These in addition to "cattle trail" and
other things of minor importance keeps
me. busy night and day. The
ten per cent, penally extension was
busted for the last time yo-tciday; on
the final roll call there were but thir
teen votes for it. An entire
new road law has been passed In the
.senate and will no doubt become a law.
The congressional opportioumeiit bill
introduced by myself met w it li the ap
proval ol the MMiato. It divides the
slate up with reference to community
in interests. Kach district has its
railroad lines and common interests,
and the Southwest is made a district
compact. The hou-e bill makes three
cast and west district the lower dis
trict being only two counties wide
when it reaches as far west as Sedg
wick. It is a swindle on our portion
of the state but I fear it will pass.
There are several new assessment and
collection bills before thj house. My
opinion is that the senate will amend
the old hiw about as follows:
That any pcr-on charged with taxes
on the tax books in the hands of the
county treasurer, may at his option
pay the full amount thereof on or be
fore the first day of January of each
year, or the one-half thereof on or bc
lorc the lir-t day ol January, and the
remaining one-half thereof on or be
fore the first day of July next ensuing,
and if any part of the said IhM half of
(.aid taxes shall remain unpaid after
the first day of January, the whole
amount of tax charged against such
person failing to pay the first half of
the lax as heroin provided shall be
come due and shall be collected as pro
vided by law; and all taxes due and
Unpaid on the second day of January
of each year, shall be xubjoct to have
added thereto the penalty of live per
cent., and all taxes lor proceeding year
which shall lcniaiu due and unpaid on
the first daj of April of each ear, shall
be subject to have added thereto an
additional penalty of the per cent. ;
and all taxes of preceding jear which
shall remain due and unpaid on the
first day of July of each year, shall be
subject to haw added thereto an ad
additioual penalty of ten per cent.
And the county clerk of each county
on the second day of January, Apiil
iiud July, or a soon thereafter as prac
ticable in each year, shall place on the
tax rolls of his county in a separate
column, and oppo-eto to each discrip
tion of properly upon which the laxrs
then remain due snd unpaid the
amount of thu penally then to be add
ed losnrh taxes a; hcreinbeloro pro-
vided, and he shall charge the amount
ot such penalty lo the county ticas
The bill pro ides furl her that tin: dc
linquLiit list shall be published in July
and the lands sold in September. Sec
tion live of the act provides that the
interest law in-tead of fifty per cent, as
the law i now shall be two per cent,
jior mouth the lir-t ear, three per
cent, per month the second year and
four per cent, per month the third
year. The amendments upon the
whole are good but 1 have not the
time to wiilcjliieiu out, much le get
up a communication for the Kaii,i:.'
More From tho Capital.
Toi'i'KA, Feb. 17th, 1871.
Kin-roil Eaoi.i:: The legi-lature of
167 i is called a weak body. A mistake,
every member feels strong enough to
carry the whole state, and nine tenth
of the members would have tried hard
to carry the I'nitod Slates, if tho of
fice of I'nitcd States somite had been
pressed on them. The election of J.
M. llarvy was respectable in compari
son with some former elections, and it
is said that he is more honest than any
predecessor. Hut little honesty is
needed to be better than some, a
The reform movement found itelt
in its first experience here like Sinbad
with the old man on his shoulders. Par
ties mounted the movement and kept
master of it until their ends wore ac
complished and now a reform majority
lays loose around, so that a few can
get their private legislation placed at
the head of the calender, throwing
much gencTal legislation back. Thirty-two
days ol legislation gone, one
United States .senator elected, four
bills passed, one of them to pay mem
bers milage and pay. If failures is a
success then will the legislature of 1S74
be long remembered as a success. The
Southwest was ignored by Mr. Mc
Eekrou in the appointment of commit
tees and of course the Southwest was
slaughtered by the apportionment
committee, making the southern dis
trict a wedge the broad end composed
of the old eastern counties, who have
the power to elect an eastern border
man all the time. In the middle dis
trict the Kansas Pacific railroad can
elect n representative as far west as
they choose, and the northern district
us far e.-i't as suits them. This; is the
apportionment bill, passed by the
house, in committee of the whole Sat
urday forenoon, being forced through
by high pressure and an attempt was
made to finally pass it through the
house into and through the senate on
Saturday afternoon when one third of
each house were absent, but it failed.
Have no idea that the bill can pass the
senate at least no southwestern man
can support it very well. What may
be the result of legislation this w in
ter, reform is a small amount seems
much as former legislatures.
The now counties in the Southwest
do not have much credit as to legal or
ganizations all of them being repre
sented here by eleven men, they will
retain their seats except Dr. Kogcrs
from css county, who has a rather
bad reputation so he is voted out,
about fifteen legal votes in Ness coun
ty but he was certain to go out if pos
sible. Mr. Fiery's liquor bill was in com
mittee of the whole yesterday, it is pret
ty strong will pas's the hout how it
will fare in the senate is in doubt. Mr.
Fien fought it through all day against
odds but the temper of the house was
shown to favor it and that encouraged
Hon. W. P. Hackney, representative
from Sumner is confined to his room
The Longtou Lcdycr comes to us
very much improved in appear.mceand
full of local news.
A bill lii been introduced into con
gress asking that letter postage be le
duced to two cents.
The slit'iifl' of Howard county called
oil the governor of the state for mili
tia to enable him to execute the l.iw
ot that vouutv.
The Champion -ays that notliinjr lias?
vol been discovered as to the origin of
tlie i!i-ations lire that occurred in
Atchison last Thuridar morning.
Accoidinjrto the Commonwealth, the
amount of the defalcation of llclfnrd,
the absconded clerk of the Kansas Pa
cific freihnt ollice at Topeka, U $7,fe00.
Postmaster (leucral, Cieswill, rec-coiiMiiend-
the establishment on all
railroads of the United State, special
mail tr.iins- to be run at a high rale of
speed for the sole purpo-e oftraiiMiiit
The Kansas state grange of Patrons
of Husbandry met at Topeka yester
day. About eight hundred subordi
nate granges were represented we will
endeavor to publish the proceedings
The First National bank of Quincy
(111.) was robbed a few days since of
one bundled thousand dollars in cur
rency belonging to the bank besides a
quantity of bonds and valuable paier,
and it is said quite an amount of
General Sheridcn has been ordered
by General shearman to take vigorous
measures against the Sioux engaged in
the recent marauding expeditions and
murders, and regards the present as
a proper time to give the Sioux a les
son long to be remembered.
A gigantic combination of railroads
is dimly rumored in Wall street. The
purpose of the combination is said to
ho the pooling of the freight business
of the Pennsylvania, New York Cen
tral, and the Erie railroads, each road
to rccehc its running expenses and a
pro rata share of the net earnings over
the aggregate expense.
The Topeka correspondent of the
Walnut valley Timet says we under
stand the government has contracted
for two million pounds of corn to be
delivered at Fort Dodge, this will, in
all probability, make corn worth forty
or fifty cents a bushel in llutlcr coun
ty, by spring. Corn is advancing in
price, along the Atchison Topeka &
Santa Fc railroad.
The Howard county war i- still rag
ing. It will be lemembeied that the
count v books were taken bv a force of
armed men and convoked to Uoslon.
Attorney General Williams isiled the
seat of war and the Boston men agreed
to give up the books nnd submit the case
to the courts, whereupon the sheriff
went to thaUplace and demanded the
books and records of the county and
on searching for them they could not
be found. The affairs of Howard
county arc in a deplorable condition.
The U. . "5. seuale railroad committee
jias agreed to reccommend that a char
ter and right of way be granted for the
building of a railroad from the mouth
of the Ardansas river west through
Indian territory and Kansas to San
Francisco. The bill will meet with a
strong opposition by Indian delega
tions backed up by railroad companies.
The bill ought to pass and the road
built. In our opinion it is one of the
grandest raihoad projects now under
consideration in the United States.
Laf.ij ettc Heed, who was arrested at
Wellington, in thes state, by Major
Crowell, for robbing the mail, has been
coiumited to jail in default of five
thousand dollar bail, to await his
trial. He admitted that he had stolen
money from letters, but denied that he
had forged the draft, an account of
which appeared in this paper some
days since, and which was the imme
diate cause of his arrest. His state
ment that Dr. Maun, the Wellington
postmaster, had forged the draft in his
presence, seems to create an impres
sion that Heed is trying to implicate
Mann in order to help his own cause.
The cause of temperance seems to
have,roeoived a new impetus of late.
In Indiana and Ohio ladies club to
gether, viit the saloons offering
prayer and otherwise seek to influence
tho owners to desist fiom offering the
''ardent" for sale. In Uoston a num
ber of men. mostly clergymen, haw
decided to try a similar experiment,
and at a recent meeting appointed Dr.
Dio Lewis and others to test this man
ner of lighting whisky, Worchekter be
ing selected as the field of their opera
tion. What the result of their efforts
so far has been we have not learned,
though we suppose that by this time
thev have entered upon their field of
operation. In Ohio and Indiana the
women aie creating a great excite
ment, but whether any permanent
good will come of it remains to be
rpon the strength of a report that
the ladies of Leavenworth City were
going to adopt the Ohio system of
warfare upon the whisky shops, the
Times man 'dishes up" the following:
In Leavenworth, to-day, there is just
as much extravagance in drees as in
driuking. The female idol of ocict
wastes as much wealth in laces, as the
voting man of the era waster in cham
pagne, in inc aggregate mere is jiuuui
us much inonev spent for furbelows as
cocktails, and while we do not attempt
tojtutifv extravagance in one or the
other, we hold that It I tolly to at-.
tempt to prohibit the uc or sale oil
cither bv UVislative enactment. It is ,
a orrv mistake ol inc worm to mp
poe that all thcte social wrong ran
be righted by legislation. Only
through the gradual upbuildinr of a
better civilization, and the infusion of
more common ene in every day life,
can these evil be cured.
Tor the Kagi.e
Tho Bridge Petition.
Wichita Townthit, Feb. IS.
Editor E.vr.LK: We learn that par
lies who arc secretly working in the
interests of the Wichita bridge compa-
nj areindustriouMycirculatiug a pe-
tltlOll calling for SM.000 HI UOIIUS, and
the whole tluug really is tueani lor me
Wichita liridi comnaiiv. and leave us
to wade the Little river whcitwc can.
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This is really the thinnest pill ever
put out on the commons to pasture.
Wc grangers sec a thiugor two. Look
well before jou si?n. A foot walk
across the Little river will till thNbill,
and all the bonds will be apnlied to
the other. Littlk Uivek.
n.nr tniiiMiuin tho Wichita Iiritlcm ! court house. Heaver a lecture on me i
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and one across the Little river. -Now , ""? "' J"" .r""- ,;- -- orbuaaei
any sane man can sec al gia.nc ma., ----...i.. delivered at tins n ace bv Rev. ! KRtnT
In the senate the house ressolution i
remiestill" the COUlltv attomev of
IUJiil.-llIi0 uic t-ouiiiv aiiuuii. ui
Shawnee county to bring b. C. Pome-
roy to speedy trial was indelinulcly ,
nostnoncd in the senate bv a vote of
fifteen to seven.
The bill to repeal an act to provide
for counlv auditors was read a third
time and passed by a vote of nineteen
The house civil rights bill passed the
senate with some amendments attach
ed. A new liquor law has been intro
duced in the house. The Lawrence
Tribune says in regard to it that those
who demand more stringent laws than
now exists would do well to lemem
ber that the laws already amount to
prohibition where the people demand
it. It is not the passage of laws that
protect society, but the enforcements
of the laws. If tlusc who are clamor
ing about more strengent liquor laws
would go to woik and enforce those
which already exist they would give
some proof that they are in earnest in
what they demand and not simply talk
ing to be heard.
The eoiigiessional apportionment
committee ol the two houses of the
legislature have submitted reports em
bodying their views, us to the manner
in which the state should be districted.
The majority report of the senate com
mittee offered by Mr. Murdock. pro
vides for those districts as follows :
First District The counties of
Leavenworth, Doniphan, Brown, Xein
aha, Marshall, Washington, Republic,
Jewell, Smith, Phillips, Norton, Gra
ham, Ilrooks, Osborne, Mitchell, Cloud,
Clay, Ottawa, Lincoln, Hiley, Potta
wottomic, Jackson, Shawnee, J c Her
eon, Atchison, and all the territory
lying north of the second standard
Second District The counties of
Montgomery, Labette, Cherokce,Craw
ford, Neosho, Wilson, Bourbon, Allen,
Anderson, Linn, Miami, Franklin,
Johnson, Douglas, and Wyandotte.
Third District All that portion of
the state not included in the first and
The majority repoit of the house
committee, offered by Mr. Heasonor,
provides for these districts as follows:
First District The counties of Don
iphan, Brown, Nemaha, Marshall,
Washington, llepublicaii, Jewell,Smith
Phillips, Norton, Decatur, Hawlius,
Cheyenne, Atchison, Jackson, Potto
wattomie, Uiley, Clay, Cloud, Mitch
ell, Osborne, Hooks, Graham, Sheri
dcn, Norris, Sherman, Russell, Lincoln,
Ottawa. Jefferson, and Leavenworth.
Second District The counties of
Wyandotte, Johnson, Miami. Franklin,
Douglas, Shawnee, Osage, Coffey,
Waub tusce, Lyon, Davis, Morris,Cliasc
Dickenson, Marion, Harvey, Saline,
McPher-on, Reno, Kice, Pawnee and
the adjoining undefined territory Ness,
Grego, Ellsworth. Barton, Ellis, Stand
ard, Hash, Gore, Scott, Wichita and
Third District The countiey of An
derson, Linn, Bourbon, Allen, Wood
son, Greenwood, Butler, Sedgwick,
Crawford, Neosho, Wilson, Cherokee,
Labette, Montgomery, Howard, Cow
ley, Sumner, Harper, Kingman. Bar
bour, Parker, Comanche, Iowa, Clark,
Footc, Seward, Arapahoe, Grant, Kan
sas, Stover, Stanton, Hamilton, Sey
oyah, Cimili; Buffalo and Hodgeman.
Senator St. John introduced a reso
lution asking that the constitution be
amended so as to allow women the
right of suffrage.
The senate passed house bill iiiemo
r.dizing congress to ju an act regu
lating railway companies in their
charges for freight and pas-age.
The senate on Friday put a quietus
on the bill remitting the tax penalty
on delinquent taxes. In committee of
the whole the bill was so amended as
to provide, by way of equalising mat
ters, for the repayment of taxes to
those who had paid before the penalty
accrued. In this shape thu bill was
voted down by the decisive vote of
eight vcas to twentv-oue nays.
Tor the Ktnu:.
COWhhlN, DKLtNOToWNMlH', J
Kcbruarj Utli, ISTt. J
EitiTon Eaoi.i:: Knowing that you
aie interested in the welfare of the
"honest tillers of the soil" whose lot is
cist in the beautiful Arkansas valley
and everything which has a Tendency
to elevate our condition usually meets
with your hearty approval. With your
permission I will ask the numerous
readers of the Eaolk, who are engag
ed in developing the agricultural re
sources of the valley, have they not
paid more than their just proportion
of taxes for the two preceding years in
Sedgwick county. As a case in point
I know a school district comprising
six sections of land where nine quar
ter section, liable to taxation, remain
untaxed for the past two j ears, there
by throwing an additional burden on
the shoulder of tax-pacrs. !t maybe
woith while to cnquiie who aie
those favored individuald who pay no
taxes. They arc non-residenj specula
tors and aNo men who have fraund
ulently "proved up" without cither
actual residence or the improvement
required by law. If tho Patrons of
Husbandry will agitate this question
which so closely concerns in. our fu
ture assesors will not dare to shirk
the responsibility which they so wil
lingly assume. Heretofore the farm
er was so isolated from the very na
ture of his occupations having little or
no time for mental improvements ho
went on year after year raising large
crops of cereals which barely paid the
cost of production whilst the trader
became rich by exchanging these pro
ducts. Hut now things arc changed,
the term 'farmer," is no longer synon
imous with ignorance. The grange is
'ood school where our future law-giv-
wili;hcieafter graduate. They will
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bring with them to the ch-chargc of
public business not only honesty and
capicity but rigid economy such as
they were accustomed to practice in
their country homes. Yours,
One of the Macs.
It will be remembered that the Cath
olic society of this town and vicinity
have, through their pa-tor, the Rev.
Father Felix P. S wcrnberg, of Wichita,
chosen a suitable location in the south
ern portion of the town for the build
ing of a church edifice. The Rev. Gen
tleman visits his tlock once a month,
sometimes in the week and sometimes
n,wO;e will on Saturday, Feb -
i ma,... 21st. lit 7 O clock P. m., at the
on Suntiav. un me occasion oi ms
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, ,. , i tion t tlie views aiivanceu in a icciurc; choice V.
j Mr. Copcland, of Emporia.
! On the followin? evening, at
anc hour, he will lecture at the same
place on the subject, "I'-tpaUnfallibili-'
y.. Us or5s:inn!1ture, rationabi!itv
' 3"U(i cxistaucc. I
Admittance to both, lecture.4, supcri-,!
i ativcly tnc-JIutchituon JV'etcx.
A certain man lias a watch which he
caVs has srained cnoush to pav for
I itself in si,: mouthe.
H.L JACKSON -A M SWAXITZ,
"lOU.VTY SUUVEYOl.S. uave jour orders at
the county clerk's cHce, or caII at the W t
u ichita itoruce "-'r
, ttouney asd counsellor at law
roiufEi ad iuu.Mti.Luii .i i I.. ii,
Wichita. Kansns Will practice In United
Slates anil state courts ISankruptcy a apeciality
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS!
First Arkansas Valley Bank
ON P.' MONTHS AT 12 PER CENT.
In bum of
$50 TO $1,000.
ONE, THREE OR FIVE YEARS'
In Suuh of
$500 to $5,000;
Ily mortgage on npproicd real estate colatteralj.
Also buy Hint sell
W. C Woodman &. Son,
33 Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
for Bale for
O -A. S Tl
on one to Ave years'
O -R IE T I T I
nt a low rate of Interest.
Time, Price, Quantity, Location,
at option of
They unbrace the mot KAIiLY and CIIOICK
SEDGWICK, SUMNER, COWLEY ani BUTLER
FARMS, SECTIONS nnd ACRES,
RIVEU5, STREAMS and POOLS,
SOFT and IIAUI) WOOD,
CATTLE and G HAZING BANCHES,
in tracts to Milt
MOST CHOICE LANDS
A R K A N S A S V A L L E Y.
Thee Titles hsve been ciuirel through the
maturity of mortgages which the flnncll convulj
sion hn rendered the mortRisres unsble to psj-,
anil reoMreirlle of their Tmlne to re-lmliurse
the moneys advanced npn thm, nnd will be sold
as and in accordance with the facts herein set
forth, bjr application to
WM. C. WOODMAN & SON,
riRST AKKANSAS VALI.KY HANK,
X3 Tatties living at a distance can confer by
letters describing the eharwter of land they de
sire, when particulars will 6e rurnlsheu mem.
MONEY TO LOAN
izwr'so'VEX) :F.A-K.2vrs i
for a term of years. Apply to
F. W. DUNTON,
Wichita Savins Bank. WiehiU.
mvnv trorrT tnrniT. CiV
' "," -ni nd heater nJwer d.
I rromflTetoteacenU tvr nawr: Verctabl Sewte
DJ uic pjr P ?UB1. Mill I rma ttu ! j f
narer ana iimomy sen oy cm pousv
Alo inilciarBU ol all iinaa.
ARIETIES OF SEED WHEAT.
AND ORSAMESTAL TREES,
Will alao fortiah
AITLE. TEAR AND I'LCMB TREES. GRATE
TINES, oOOsUHERRT, CURRANT,
BLACKBERRT AND RASIBRR-
KT BL'slIES. STRAW-
UJ Artt reitis VUli m tinr ''..
A. J. COOK.
The town of EI Tajo It located on th et bank
of the great Arkansas HiTer, in the southeastern
part of Sedgwick countr, Kansas. It hu many
advantages, among which are its beautiful and
healthy location, situated on high, gently slop
ing prairie, surrounded by one of lhe largest bod
ies of the most fertile land in the state, which Is
all taken up by actual settlers, who arc energetic,
industrious and practical farmers. They are at
work lit earnest, openingup their farm and mak
ing tlieniselves good, comfortable and permanent
There U a rock bottom in the river, extending
about three quarters of a mile up and down the
'trenm On the east bank the rocks are about flf
Seen fiet above low watermark, and on the west
bank about twelve feet below the surface of Uie
A good substantial bridge, two hundred and
wventy-Dve feet long, span the Arkansas Hirer
at this place, thereby giving the farmers on the
wc9teideoi the river acceis to the tovtn at any
stage ot water and at all seasons of the year The
bridge rests on stone abutments on either bank,
end on two iron piers, which stand firmly on the
bed rock in the river It is naturally the 1est
place on the river in this state for a railroad bridge
across (he great Arkansas liiver.
Two railroads have already been surveyed to
this place; one fromO northeast, via Eureka and
Augusta, crossing the river at this rock bottom,
the other from the city of Wichita to Arkansas
City, which proved lo be almost an air line, nnd a
very favorable route. No doubt, both roads will
soon be completed.
There is not the least doubt that here is the best
water privilege in the state of Kansas. The great
Arkansas Kiver, its source in the Rocky Moun
tains, is supplied with water in summer bribe
melting snows in the mountains, by rain and its
many tributaries In winter The water is always
highest from spring until fall, yet it has never
been known to overflow its banks at this point.
There is an abundance of water during lhe whole
year to run all the machinery that can be placed
on the bank for several miles below.
FEASIBILITY OF A DAM.
The feasibility of a dam across the river is not
questioned, a solid rock bottom all U;e way across
to build upon, the width only two hundred and
scventy-ave feet from shore to shore, a high bank
of clay and rock on the east side, and on the west
side a bed of tough clay covered with sand, ex
tending for some ways up the river above the rock
bottom This water privilege must and will short
ly be improved. El Paso will be a manufacturing
town. The experiments last season in raising
cotton demonstrated that this soil and climate are
adopted to cotton growing; then why not manu
facture it here where the corner stone and found
ation hae been naturally laid.
The town is new, the building" are substantial,
erected for permanent business houses and homes.
It contains one dry goods store, a drug store, two
grocery stores, one Hotel, a w.igon maker and
blacksmith shop, one shoe store, a meat market,
two feed stables, a good school house, and anura
ber of dwellings.
There Is a good school from seven to nine months
each 5 ear. A Sabbtlh-school has been organized
and Is now in a flourishing condition.
Two church organizations have been effected,
viz: the Methodist and United Presbyterian, each
having regular services.
JUNCTION OF STAGES.
By recent arrangtments the To.vn Company has
suceoded In obtaining at this place a Junction of
the stages of the Southwestern Stage Company. A
daily stage runs from hereto Wichita, atri-weekly
from here lo Fort Sill, a tri-weckly to Welling
ton, a daily, via Winfleld, to Arkans City.
The timber In this vicinity con-ists of cotton
wood, oak, ash, hickory, walnut, mulberry and
elm. Cord wood is delivered in town at four dol
lars per cord.
There is here a good opening for business men
of all kinds, mechanics of all trades; honest, in
dustrious, temperate and energetic men are re
The policy of the ton n company heretofore has
been to donate lots to those who built houes on
Ibem. Now, for the first time, they advertise lots
Persons seeking homes or wishing to engage in
business of any kind, or desiring to Jlocate in a
healthy, pleasant and prosperous new place,
among a good class of society, woidd do well to
pay this place a visit before settling elsewhere
Kor further particulars address
JOAN hufiiauei:, or
10-lv J. 1IOUT MINNICH
St. Louis Hardware Store.
hiotjok: &c bbo.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer! in
h: .a. :r, id "w -&. :r :e ,
CHAMPION REAPERS Jfc MOWERS,
JOHN DEEK, JloLINE AND TtOCKFORD
WHICH WE SELL AT FACTORV PRICES,
NO. 34 MAIN STREET,
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
TIIIEE LEHDIHTO FIIRHVES I
THE BEST PLACE
CIT- OP WICHITA!!
STOVES AND HARDWARE
GROCERIES - -
. The three Icailins lirius above having taken possession of the entire magni
ficent New Hotel Mock, on the corner of Main anil Second streets, all repre
senting different lines of staples, are iletermcd to make'it an object for the
people of Southwestern Kansas to trade at the above poitit.
(J5T See Their Individual Advktisemests Uelow.
TV. A. THOMAS & CO.
"W. A.. THOMAS & CO
WICHITA, - - -
J. O. DAVIDSON.
WIR,. - W -
GREAT SLAUGHTER IN DRY GOODS
J". Ojk.-ZZ IDJLIIDSOIISr.
AT COST ! AT COST ! AT COST !
I offer roy Iarje and cornpltle atock of Dry Go4 .'or tte next twenty dj at cot. loeludius in iart
Prints, Muslins, Cuimeres, Jns, Flxnnrij, W&Urproof, Blankets, Shawl. 6c.
Mutt complete stock of
SOOTS AJCTD SHOES I3ST
ror my i-rleo pltut eall at my atora aad I
of. I man buainau. The Good mall be aold, at
WicbiU, Kantaf, December
VP.AKER X PETTON" art now racaitinf tat largest atock of
IIAKDWAKE, IRON.NAIJPUMPS.ROPE.rKNCE WIRE.
A full line of
cooe: jetx) heatiitg sto-vejs i
W hate in the rear of our stare aTIX SIIOl' W manufacture oar own Unwart, hatlsf In our
mploy as exptrienced tinner, we can jnarantet Uooflnf . All kinds of Job Work done with neatneat
We buy our goods .ireet from th manufacturers, thtrtby satlsg the Joker's tonimlstion, which
taablea u to sell at bottom figures.
Wt alt carry a full ll.M of
direct from factonti, boJg bt at eatb Sgsret, a . I can ofer a special Igurs to rarm'r Clabt W do
not btow, but will say It will b to th adtaotat of all who need goods in oor line to call bfote pur
chasing tlaewher. Wt hat also aaad arraugemrats for the
W hat the xelttsitt sal ofthese wagons aad will beabl lo sU thtm at tery reaaonsble gnrt.
Call asd exasniavear stock aad ericas
S. E. HOWJTT & SONS.
S. E. HOWITT & SOlsTS
llate Jost opeted a large aad wtll 1I ted ttoci of
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
CAPS, AND NOTIONS,
Waieh Iter w31 at II at Wee thai itij tempt Sr.sa,
Call and Examine Our Goods and
FRAKER & PEYTON.
.1. O. DAVIDSON.
W. A. THOMAS At CO.
A - IR.
DRESS GOODS in tho city.
will f If you lowar irlci Uian you bate rer heard
I ad and nut hare mosey.
J-. OJi.2C DAVIDSOW,
Jo. 2 CKXTUAI, HOTEI, BLOCK
w it n . i - jr-Tr.
Prices Before Purdiaswg Eiiehere.
s. - 3:o-rx'-l, & S02STS,
jt6fU A Krasscr trets, aU-sas.
CALDWELL & TITSWORTH,
QE0CS2ZES AND (.TO2NSWJ&Z,
VEGETABLES, SEINE TWINE,
"CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Farmers' Produce Bought and Sold I
tioo.it dtUttril i Oit eity.
HESS Sc GETTO,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
93 Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
WIM. ATTRSIl TO AM. OltHEIIri IIOTII
DAY AND SlfillT.
Ord. n Utl at the K.t.)S.cr and Occideulal Hotel
Hack aland: Corner I)our1 enue and Jl.ln
treet. 41 -J.T WILLIAM I.AIIAK
NEW AO VETISEMEMT
The co-isrlnrrhii heretoKire niitlnc- undr
the Orm name and l)'le of Hooter A I)iil,ery,
n.rl market, baa been dlilrd by muliul con
tent Wlehlti. Kebrmnr ICIk. IiCi
II V llOliVKII,
I uill I, iniliedlCerent tiiMntlilc of llierirtiiitr
at Ihr tlinea and lacct hrrenr SerlllM, for Ih
iuriwte of rollerllnif Ibe pertonal inett bi
silll remalnin uniwld
Drllnuucula will me the el of mill by
mretiii); ni In tlitlr rrt-clite lonnlilt a-l
tetlllric their Un
ir,um tuwnhl.. at ht3.,rd, Mhoolbouae,
frb'r , W.i
KiKkfonl lunmblp. si 1.1 !' Saturdty, rb
21, .. .
IM towntblti, al aco i,Uinn, iioouay,
1I S3. 1X71
Ohio tow nthlp, onlurdv 1 SI, t
Nlnnetcab tonhip, al tfear Water, Weduct
ly, ftb SS, K4
Attica towntliip, at Jamestown, on Thurtday.
IVb 2B, I7
Union towntblp, at Ibx.ne tcbordhoute, Kriday,
Fell -i7, IS71
l.retley townnblp, on Saturday, Kb f, I "CI
K.rlc fr.wntliin. on ilnniUr. March X. I
(irant fownnhli", on lnday, March X. Ii7
, on Wdnetl), Jltrrh Ith,
l'yn biwnthlp, or. Tburt.lar. March 5, 17
I'ark townhip, on Krldar
lay, z.arrn , w
it MAUoKt, fh'TlB
t M I.aiDOrrira, I
Wichita Ka.tait, DeCf mber 101b, H73 (
(Vmidtint bailor been entered at (hit ortlfr by
John Itond, tinln.t Ituuell II lilabnp and J !.
O I'eytm lor abandotilnr his prt.emptlun UUnt-
No 7.M and eltS. dated April rib, aul May 4h.
1073. iiin the aoulli'ttt oarter or truon nine,
towmhip 17 south, ani 5 wel, in fed(lek
county, Kui.u, with atleir to tlw rawllatlon
of Identry tb tlliirllet srelieftby tnminoB
ed to piir at this oneo on th 37th dty of Jane,
!:. al I o'clock a m , t rttood and furnish
testimony coneernlnjr tald allee,d bncl'ininul
W H JKNKI.M, llltltr
J C UKDrlKLD It.celttr at
l h t.Kiorri( E, (
Wichita, Kantaa, rtbrutry 3, l7i j
Corncltint bstlnz oen nlre! at thit offlee by
Ssmnrli, (Htdtrd, aiainatJuhn IthHnbsrt lit
abandoning his homtl.I entry, Xo 3rilfdtl
AKUtt 7th, 1CI, oin th toutitettt 0rtr(".)f
tection 4, tonthlp toolh. ric tl, lo
Reno coonly, K.wu with a tltw W Ut esnllt
tlon of said entry th tld prll r htfby
ummoned to appear at this offlc on the Mh day
At w...h iv?i &t,,'f,wk A U In t.,tiM'l .na
Craiah t,itinUrti,mv,nlu Said allettd lab'
w a JrwIKI IterltUr
U-l J C ItEIrlCU. Iieeel.tr
Tte ond'rsiimtd al-nee of II C Nsno hr.
T xlttt notire Ut th crdils f Ih alror
that on Hetliflsy. the yUl day of May 174. l
hit oface. No 44 Main tlre-l In WIebila i lh
coonly of hl(rwfk. and tUU of Kto. the aa-
1rne will eomroeoee pobllely to adjotl todsUAW
claims and dmwlt srtlntt lh etut of id II
I" Mann, llbbrof So'el'a'k in ad
tlnne In tettlon natll Jo tbx-k p m of tW day.
and on U two roedlP daft bte) the taii
hoort, aad all ,-ef ft hatiar eal' ara'ntt tald
ettalear botisnl to pftt tld elajmt oo f
to rtttt or mrj roty u pret--,j ."
ieetnt oi taio ttia.t
l A MITCIIKLL, Attiat
Wichita, Jery 1Kb 174 4t-tf
District trt lh Jd.aJ Dltttrtf i,f 8i ttV
of Kantat. I awl for)wleS oU. k,t
Tb WlrhJta Astiurt Itaak, r4aU.tlf, i
James i, MrrtB d J'rtatlls Mr.r-1
jraa, defewdtat , f
tlv a.rfzu, of as order of 2 ia.l Wt a,f 1,
dlatrkt tirl of tfct ISU. iuMami dirtrlel, Hite f
in and far tdrolck fjjtry, .soat, tuo..
Th K rhlt fcttlnfi f!ak t stintiff td Jflut
C Mrr ao4 lrtrtl. Morr r dfdj.i I
wlti. OS "alorday Otr tt't day of Ktrth A II
... & .1jl .. .a al It. a.uet tat,. --
In th eSlf of WieKit. ta'ti't.Htk ttisry Kan.
. a a t iA.aJi kiu. la 4n (naoliaLtt tt. '
itt. U Bat, ia hsnd all tt- nri, HB 4 im
at r ti 4fatlact J.n Mrzs and lrt
aU Morran, in sod lo r UAUnUt 4riStl
J pTwjrty. I!i
-Tt aaat r 'ja)f '.. of t& f jaiHal at WtKt
pjti of teefsow Btad-r et , la Wa4l "
(-r wotya fTT) tooth, of rao ), rat
f the ! (U? wletpl narrad.atj U U- asowa-
akl ,a3 m wis b -AA th t-rT
f Qba- 4'aio Jtne- 4. Mura Sj4 l"raSH
MvrKth, ieIaf Ad ortKf aa
Jr1''s SIm. WjeS, tiihwtj t JM. A
r 11 MtttCT. Kfcarl.
tSWlk CaMtftSf . K.Oft
ItX3wtsi A 'uajaf pt St any
Skenlf s ssle.
rw,irttrt j Kiw di-tncra-w
of Ka., Mi sa-1 forrr ry. ..
w f, wn'a'imat) uaiEiis i
" a a-.,
7Vw. Er-w as EJUw f
By tlrTat t" a 4r f J tw4 aj3 f
!larv. onrs f Ha aiirttawO. Jtrftrisi liuirf.
aifa.r la. U - drU ROWott Ku
j VrTal Wt 'Wst tl pUatS.f aodl TVat
71rw EJir tmi ar 4ala a m iv
TSart,ty th tjdy f aa5. A tl iCt
.M.'rul to llOataSZtllM'attWUU
eUraifM-Utotl -latlei tJT. tt ,
talhfaC awl!, SO fV U 4wS4T .
et 1 bd 3) It ar rift. ta tJtd Itart vf
i U .!! 11a9aa Itta-W aw d Etja TW
. i . m r. rfl.MsiL L. .",.. it tal -xtfofaref
ttimT ia. tmnr,tlSl
twl tMrtftt r 47a s T.t ir l fa ww
tlWyiitj la tt-r3y.f --lr-i(A. aarirut
J If afcSAJ.
M ttlal.-Jat.l rrItar
V K AAi:T, tfll,
lfKa. tmaij -
MutaADjry pi', ttt-vr", C-l .,
CountyTreasurer's Sale of Schoolland s.
Notice is hereby given lfci the underlined,
treasurer of :-rU)Cict ruuatT, state or Kansas,
will, on lhe Ssth iiar vt February , A I r.ij
twien Use hour, of 9 o'clock a ra and o'clock p.
m. sell at public sale, at ray odce, within tn
citT of Wichita, sedgwlck coauty . Kas, fc Use
hiihett bidder, the follow'rut Uecnbd school-laa-t,
la legal subdivisions, situated in lhe county
offetlgwlck, and state c Ka, to-wlt
Sectloa IS, Township S, TSange I wot
Tract I 1 t S
t I a 2 -
m I f I Si
ne'.ottte', i 1 1 1J Appr:ed-aa
nwofac' ISlislJw do I Si
tr li era e ' IS Js M w w 3
swyofneU li Vl ti d. 1 .V
nV 4 of n i ! s I I w I d
UPVofnw,' U l do 3M
,f,ofBir', H Sill to 3-
Wl,lfDlt i!li JJt if. - " -
neUofse) " W Jl U do a Si
H',f!i lS lr H do S rt)
. of e 4 ! 1 1 w M lj JM
T'liitl e U 16 I I w do S U
ncVtOfswVi 1 2Uw "i d 1!
nar',D(t', 1 1h U d. SW
sefw- l jlw 19 do . aw
. w ' of a w u in I w W do 3
t JotTWtS, Trraurr
of ttjwlck Co . Ko
Dutrictcoart I5la judicial dltnct, of thestaU
of hanvw. Id and lor soiswie euuwy
shellalarser A Indian, n-uniics. l
11.11 UudY lccraert, .Bu.o
unti.ay, lioiri i.inv.w, u-i.
i.,i,.f i!r(,n.1mli I
Ily xinur of o order of d Utued out r the
lialrirt cvurl of the lh Judical dlnncl. I!IIdUi
and fur.edewlcl. connl. hni". wkerelnMiel.
Nbamr and Uldijih ii- ldilntlJ-. and Jam.
McOdlovh. ailminl.trir of II II Utr de
cr-ed. Auoi I. Undr. IS-WM-rs Un.Uir
June .vrmenldcfrnd ol I H. .. Thurd lhe
llth .! of Marels. A 1 l. cl.K-f
n .at the eourt Ihk door la tbr oily of V ifMU
vediwict evuety. In. offer fr mI at i-ulillo
auction, lo ln biheu btd.lrr Itircath lu aaod,
all the tlht, tlUa and inlrmt of lh def.tt.lanU
Jamea Mnnflorh. a.li.unutrior of II III l.Iw.
ileceaietl. Annie 1. Undiay. Kubt t-lndy and
Jame A intent, in nnd la Uic rollorun- dcr.lM-d
real rroiwrtj, lo-ll
The m.rth half ( S f lhe uuUeat quarter . V
.factum uuiuberM.en CI. m tathi uurolwr
tr.t-M'ten till. ouihf rH(e n.imtwr tu .
east, and !t putulKr lhirly-to IJS U.lrly tuut
(), tnirl)-tn:r, and thlrlj-elht vl- ua
ler.trrel, lotheionofte!.lU,.ualy ot "eds
lck. and ttale of k.na
ald real inferlr will be old as the pr nnr
f defrmUnt JaiueMct,uHh, .limallrau.r uf
II It I.ln.lT. dec d. ml t. Liodwy lUsbeit
Ltnday and J-un.a Armenl. luaatlafy atid orlr
herll office, McWU, Kna Jan trJIi. !.
! it. Jl -l. . J-herlX
li-S e,llct county !vnt.
DUtrirt court UlbJudieUl lllsliUt.of Ibealal
of hn, in and lor ?edwtcV rviinty
Cf urge II .inert, idainlllf
ItaiinahM Walker aad llol- I
II, l)T, dtfeudant'. f
Ilr virtue of anrdrof uie iwdueil ollt Of the
dilrkt oourtorthe lilt, judicial du'flcl, of the
l.leof Knf. ailltn,? In and fordirwlf keowu
ly, wherein t;-or,ce 11 erl u idaintur, and llan
nab At Mailer and 1I..III. l'.jr .re defendanla,
I will, onruraday Ibe 1Mb dy of .March, A If
IfTl, al io'cbekt in at lh court hou d-r
Inlbreit'or Ulcliiu, -ediiwlck county, nflVr
f,.r Mle t imbllc ancli.n, to lb blKbrat bidder
for eh InV.and all lh ruM, lllle and Interetu
of Ibe drlendant tliuuab 1 M Ur In aad to
the fiillon tuf droentM-d real ro-rty to- it
lb norta half , of lhhoitbwemurler
or aectloit niimtter lenly-lwo (ii) lntiiwubl.
nuiubir lwrnlT-e.n CSli, In rar.ge .nuinlrfr
(I) e1. In thecounlr of -rdewifk and auir of
Ku. rld real ,iniiy of delendanl lUnnah
M Wnllfr I.. atlfy niil order of al
hrrlll'.offlce.Ulfhlta, Kaniaa.Jan SI. I I
I II JI n'I.Y tlrl
ll.it ."eIsukeounly, hana
District Court 131b Judicial lll.ltlcl, CedjWlck
ilnilis lay, planum.
I.Fortre frr ahd arih (IraT. defend I
ny iiruie ol an oruer o. t.. iwimi u. u wi,
dlttrlrt rouit of the Will Jiidlclal d.tlri. t, titlln
In and for Seilnwlek tounty, Kt wbeitln
llidlll4j laplainlitr, anil ..toine t.raj and warah
(,rav arrdefriidaiiU, I will, uooday.Uwi IClh
day'of siareh, A l l:i. at o clock in
al the rourt hone door In tlw elly nf With la
offer for tale al public auction lo lhe hlxhetl bid
tier, for ei-h Inband, all the light, till and inter
est of the ilfe.ulnlt,erie (.fay anil rh.rtr
In and to the follow!.- leertbl real irofl x,
The northwest quarter of tecllou nuini'r w
ff), In lowotlilptiunibrr Iwenlj teto 17 tiuih
of raiue louulM-r two I, tatt, ailualed lit Sd
wiek ooiiuly, kaii
fold real pro,rly wtll be sold a the jrwp'"T
or dt lendanta ,eK 'y ' 'rl. I.ray I t s
fytald order of le
sheritt' olhce, W iehiU, Jao itth A 1 1 4
f II.MAs-tY, ber "ff
It. r,lgwirk touoty Kaatat
lUIdwin A auulty. I'ltlnllll't Atton.t.t
' Sheriff's Sale.
In dltttlet will lli Jiidlelal IHMnrl of li
ttatn of Ki, In awl for ."tdgwlck roiinlt
John r vtwr, an Infant, by I.U .
nel rrleml M.'riiS I -y. i.l'tt" j
M l I.ne, Surah A !. I
Jani'wSlel'.ilbKh. defeudant )
lit lrtiieofaiirtr of l lne. u( . f 'h
di.lrlet 'oort of lb IStll JwtlBlol slltiri' i!l "
in and f..r ad .nintv i-.t of Ki whert
Ji.Iih I ilwrl, inf.nl bt Lis ntn fnnl
Mnrrlt W t-'y i plamuit wd M I h
A Iaum l Jame iW i!l"r rr iltft.Kttati. I
Mill, on rH'fltJ lhe .4h d.j of March D t 4
at I w'ekoek p m al ll eurl Iwt door In Ih
etty o Wlrhllt, itdwiek e.rt.nij Kajw ffr
for le at pnfdl au. Ii-m lo ll Millieat h d
der rath In band all Ih rixht tula and In
lerett of tit defandadU M 14 Ij arl.
Ijih al Jam Mel wlloeh In and it th fol
1omIu decrltil real pewl-eMy. to w.t
lt iiHMib'r ninety .ltibt i .'n I awt-ne t
nu in J K Me-I addilron l Ibe 'ly J W H
situ! In Kedgwtek einl, Kana
raid real pirtT will b aold at the pr!-rr
ofilalrndtnu M!.li. farah A In awl tlu.
Mel ulberh lo stlltrt Mid ,,rdr of v.1"
hrllS'tome,HletIU,kaBta,JAo 31 , I) I'"!
I' II M .. T xhrr It
i.tls:wlk r,Minlv, Kai.ta
J JI llableraton, fUlolliTt ltorney 41 4
Dlttrlet .wort IMIi Jiul4al dltlrlrt of lb '
of Kan.at. u ami for lt"twlek county Kti. at
r. A Ilbr, plalnllir. I
btltllsn Uury. turbara Pory and
nlll. It. deftdnt I
.. . . . . ... . .. ,...
lit tlrlut of Bnlrlal lr-l out
IH.Jf let wrart of lh lh Jn-lWial .IIMrt-1
i. .u,t t., K,ilrul,k e.HMitt Kanaat Mf n
hA ltrbr Is pUihtiir atl fhrituan llory lb.r
hra Hurt anl Mollli l4t a .lft. I
will, ja Monday. Jlhday f Msrth V D
174 at I o'etotV I' M at Ih 'OMtl b'-o r
In Ih lly of W iJill (fr tut ! al i bi.e -tl.Mi
lo lb lilrlwwt btbl fr eh In boy a
11 rls-bt, till awl mtrt of Ih. lefts, n t
hfl.tl.u Hury lltrlwra llory ! "in 'h D
Inandlolb followioit derrMd ft ytuytfl
The a,wlhwM Hrr i ,i f th " VmI'm
nuarter t). iI U ntu 'lf ,i of U
t ittrlrr ti. I tjuini'T f-tnt i't B
Ml, tl rS awl t"l. ll "I s4 lir li
(1'fl, lntownbipno.ar twatUf-alShJ c'J
of rah numl-T o III tt. I "" ' !"r '
Iwdi-wltk. Ul of Kaaawt
h.ld ft pfoi; will b ! U ynn '
of th .Itrtndaot ' hrH lf Hatta.a I'.ry
aut "nnll. !t.t to MlM'y otdtr f
hrtrt olD . rtbiwtry II- l'b
" "" I- II MI,T ,.TtS
4VSr '-& ftlwrk lAHH.lt KJt t
nlua. Alir t tttot.et
Ifl.llttt tvwrt tSb 4tVJ Dltlf lt ' t tfc Cat
Of KalxtA. la al lor Jr'k tM uli
J V. Atkw. fiiMUS. ,
J U Darathtr, I'teUj Ana Hat I
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Chtrl II hntder, x I J ai.d I
Jam MtCtdioeJi deetl I
i Mr ttrtM mt a rfd-f f lt tet
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