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WICIIITA.KANSAS, APKILS, 1883.
Tbc State executive council last Saturday,
from over one iiiuiilrccl good, men offering
or urged,-cltose three wen whom wc tbluk
could hardly hive been bettered. Wc Lave
only to criticise tlieir location. Ttie board
or railway commissioners consWta of ooe
Democrat and three liepultllcaus. 'flic
Democrat Is appointed for one year in the
peraon of ex-Judge Humphrey, of Kllcy
county, wbo weut off Trout tie Kcpubllcan
liarty Willi Urcelcy, but wbo is an lionora-
ble, high-toned gentleman of One legal ac
quirement. Tbc next man liL. J,. Turner,
of Sedan, a banker, but u bo la In no sense
a politician, bating never held but a clerk
ahlp In a United Statr laud office. lie It
represented an of tbe right tuft", inflexible
and aqurrc. Tbe third man, and for three
yean, ii Jlsjor Henry Hopkins, wbo bai
been tbe warden and bead of our State
penitentiary lor fifteen or sixteen years.
Ilia business methodi and sound business
judgment bate never been at fault during
bit long term nt public ken Ice where hun
dred of thoiixanda of capital were fluplov
cd and under bote direction hundreds of
men hare been laboring. He ia above re
proach and beyond bribery or improper In
fluence!. Tiik Kagi.k endorses the board, perfectly
well satisfied that no cause of complaint,
upon the part of tbe people will ever aric
Kain-t them .
Topeka, Atchison, Lawrence, Kort Scott,
iuHirla, Junction City and l.euteiiuoilli
all elected administrations oppocd lo the
riifiircciiienl of prohibition. The comiucn
lary preetudea comment.
Several papers declare tli.t. Senator Slu.h.
or tl.l. euuuty. and Senator Hackney, of
Minim r count), arc, mure than all others
put toyi liter. reiotillile lor tbe appoint
lueiil of Turner a ouc n the board of
railway cummiloii. r. That belli the
eat.', e mori! than ever earnestly hope
Hint Mr. Turin mll prove the oc..siir o'
all Ihe good and tillable qualities claimed
forblm. lie i the only one of the boaid
looted an) where near the gronlug suuth-
..l, liotli ol Urn other commissioners n
H'lni;iii NoitheaKleru Kansas.
FLUHKIED FROM THEJURMS STATE MEM.
Tbc Danlnrd trouble bare all been set
tled by compromise.
Several town In tbe state are going Into
the creamery cnlerptiie.
A Harvey county man realized 81,1X10
trom nineteen head of cattle.
During tbc last two year 268 ponda In
tbii atatc were stocked Willi carp.
Thirty houe,we arc informed, will be
built at Oeitda Springs In the next sixty
Kmporia sells more whiskey through her
drug stcres ilian waa fonncrly sold In her
Tb student of tbe state University hive
engaged Jan. K. Murdock, the noted elocu
tionist, for two evening.
Leavenworth City iigroulngand improv
ing rapidly in some rripccta, especially in
her manufacturing Intercuts.
Kinsley ieople are talking of bringing
water into their town from the irrigating
ditch, ao that trees will grow along the
II. C. Kislsr, formerly representative from
llarer county, but lately In the employ of
the Santa Ke railroad, died last week at
The percentage of Ineacac of the popula
tion of Kansas between 1870 and 18S0 waa
173 3. Tbc per centage between 1850 and
1870 waa 2.T3.9.
Wirt Walton baa been presented with a
8i30 cane by hla admiring constituents.
W W. V. la one of the live and growing
young men of Kama.
The Jlediclnc Ixlgo Cirmt ha been
materially eulargeil improved. Tbc town
l growing and la bound to' be the great
point In that country.
Thomas Shelton.of Dutch Creek, In Cow.
county, married In 1812, at the age of
nineteen. He ban enjoyed sixty-eight years
or wedded life with the choice of Ida youth.
Mrs. J. A (llenti, a resident of Harper,
Kantian, but who Tor come time past has
been living at Kansas City, died Friday
night from the flfccta of an overdox; of
FOR POSTMASTER GENERAL.
A large miiulierol leading geiitl-iiien of
tlit Male have united In a request lo the
I'loidriaol the (iiiiti'd -Sutra for the ap
pointment of I'ol John A. .M.utin, ol A tell-
on, lo tin- cabinet Hilion of l'ottu.iter
incftil. ol. Mailin U h ifprcMiiliititc
Heplllilleull ol the Ht-l, ami in Hell ciplip
e.l for llic lc...liil.llilii of the pusltioii.
It Is a high eompliiueut lo be nientbiiied by
nil) eoiisiileiable iiumlier of men for Mull
it .o-llliiii. but In this iiilaiice it U a de-
DOWN AND OUT.
(apt. Ileiir) King, not being allowed to
ex.r.-. Iil.eouviitionii lull) an. I freil) uj
n all iiialtiiK pciiaiiiin tu he Stale and
!( Inteii-slk, ..i khould jude. but alter
hating lor muiilha been constrained to
suppoil the old) nun who iter lead the
U publican parly of Kansas to defeat and
who, mm, I,) the' way, come back from
the caal, his iiioustaehe freshly blacked
ami ttaxi-d, lo lirualhe the rum-Miaked at-iiio-j.Imic
of Kansjk klepk dottu and nut
as e.lili.r in chief 01 the Dally Capit.it, lol
lowe.1 liy the nent brightest nun In the
coui-eiu. Joliii Coulter. King in the most
gui-rli I lieuojupir ttiiler ill theSlate.
Ill pen la js telti ty as a cat paw, and a
f.ill ol hidH-ii pyinis and ai sharp. Jlajor
HiKlsou.lhe liiikluikk manager of the pajicr
who lake, tililoiial charge, rolls hiim-elf
up liLe a lodge hog, and while dcl.tlng his
in mil's s.nlis nil ih fiiemls to iltutli.
flu- lujutal Is a gooil paper, but it waa
-I kill. I to , n ate a want rather limn to till
ill listing olir. Ithaaloal iU projcetola
pile, ol ii.one) and will )et beloreitgeta
a lite grip.
DEMOCRATS IN POWER.
The luiut)-lltr year- the Itepiiblieaun
lute run this Nation and most ol theSUtea
plIsiiiK 11. collecting all itsva.tmillli.n-
il leti'iiiies ami disliiirslug them ttllhout
lo-s or dHUlcatfoii. lint i lie Dcinocruts are
;.-. Ilinj.- buck into power bete and theie.
nu-l wl.iivtcr the) do the new k follow a on
ly loo wlitly ..f jol. uml robbellea. For a
ipiartcr of a eiuliil) the Itepiiblfe lis bate
mo Kansas mi. without loss to, or tuliliiuit
I. the people, but lion the diction of a
! iiincialii- (lotcliior and tun appointment
uf his hiiichiiieii is follow til by an ontrag
colla swindle in contrarlll.i- theouliiut ol
the State eoal mine at the l'i nlli niian.
It la a barelantl umrage ol iiuiueiise pi
portiniikuiid the mole liny allt nipt lo gins
It otir the whim- It looks. If Oiiv. (lllck
luii'l "luisi" up that Job the people vt ill
bunt" lilni. Hut what better could be ex
pected. Loot, at other kectloiik or States:
Twu Vearauenun liiVi-slti.Nllnti n- ih.iIh
ol the ai-.-ni.nt. of Male Treasurer Church- 'l,,'l',' ,'"""l1
ill, now Covirniir of .iknn-n-. and a.le-
Uelt of i IU. IK) In Ida aic.unih was din-
.overeil, but nothing done about it. A
lommllti- of the Legislature kpent nearly a
year liit.stliitlni- the Mibjrct, and discov
ered that the deficit waa over "?ECt,()0.
Still imthiiig i done about II. The Leg Is
lutlircotTclilii.ee bus decided lo kettle
with the defaulting Treasurer of that
Slate, by allow leg him lu n-slorc the amount
stolen, and hu guv without punishment.
The Slate Treasurer or Alaloiiua lu not
yet Itcn .-apliired. and the people of that
State, lose about (UOO.IKKI l) liln lalca.
tiou. It would appeal that ulllcial orr op
tion ia not regarded by democrats with that
sevcrit) which sh-uld make the eulpiil.
The city lights oter the spring elections
in the cities of Topeka, Lawrence, Atchi
son, Leavenworth and Kwporia l.avc all
been little short of fearful. It was vvhl-kcy
I-aft Tuesday evening twotldcrly women,
sisUf, and residents of I'mnnria. were
found near tlic duelling of lli..l. A. Young
so grossly Intoxicated as to be unable to
walk, having sat dot-11 011 the edge of fhe
1'ror. Slicllon, of the State Agricultural
College, saya that hit experience has . 011
vluccd him that, for all useful purpo.es ex-
eep' iawu In enlral a .d western K'an.a-,
ncniiieky iiiiie-gra.H la one ol Ih most
worthies, of "aine gias.es.
The State Millers Association, which
met at Tieka last week. i'xpresed the
opinion that the wheat proKpccta of Kansas
are very favorable, and predicted that with
gn.Kl weather the yield will be fiom thirty
to forty million bushels.
C. M. Koulks, general claim agent on the
Atchison, Topeka ,t Saota Ke railroad, had
his daughter bitten a few days ago by a mad
eat nl Topeka. He called on Dr. Dickscn,
at the 1'acille House, Kansas City, fortreal-nii-nt.
The in oMone adhered for over two
The pttlille schools of Atchison closed on
Friday evening )a-t, the appropriations
bating been exhausted, and vvcrere-opcucd
on Momlay morning 011 the plan of each pu
pil paying twenty-live cents a week. About
hall the usual number of school-tin put in
an apparance, f.ftw, and neaily all the
luka had a struggle with a praiiie fire
last Sunday, during aiieaty gale, and half
the tut 11 was out fighting it. It caught
north of town, hide llres were) out and in
this manner all danger of tin! town being
cremated was removed. Notwithstanding
ihe.fury oflhu eoutl.igratioii comparaliiclv
lltlle direct damage iva. done.
Leaieiiworth has eoiupromlsed -2S,4Cfi.-31
of her indebtedness, (.slicing therefor
-?lul.740.1:!. This l at the rate or about
40 cent on the dollar. The expenses in
curred in the work aggregates 9!I2. The
total debt ol the city now aggregates -".'-".'!,-(Hid,
so that $218,(SSI of bonds have not )et
liecu coiiipromlaed. The city is demanding
that its creditors shall compromise at 40
cents on the d liar.
The news waa telegraphed Iron Tucson,
Arizona, last Friday that Jndga XcComas,
formerly of Ft. Scott, and hit wire and son
were murdered by the Apaches at Thomp
son's Canon, nearUrdsBrg, and stripped
and left lying naked near the road. The
boy bad not been found at last accounts.
Mrs. MeC. waa a sister of Slate Senator
Eugene F. Ware, or FL Scott, wbo started
for tbe scene the same day.
Tbe Atchison Ciampto bis this to say
or tbe terrible crime :
While Judge McConia and bis wife, the
news of whose terrible death at the
bands or the Apaches hat just reached us,
bad not resided In Kansas ror several years'
tbey were still considered among our peo
pic. Judge McComas and bis wife bad
many personal ties to bind tbem to our
State, and their death will be lamented at
if they had Just lea their old home at Ft-
ScolL Judge McComas was a remarkable
man. In outward appearance a rather un
polished man, seemingly intent on the
common money-making affairs of life, be
was yet a student, and in the midst or the
many cares or this world, he thought much
of tbe nature of the other, whether there
was another and kindred questions. lie
read Leckcy and the other Writers of that
school, and not long ago published a book
or a metaphysical character. Tbc poor
lady wbo died such a cruel death amid tbe
fiendish exultation ol brutal lavages, was
Judge McComas second wire, and consider
ably his junior. She was a woman or strik
ing and noble presence, and quite as origi
nal In her ways or speech and thinking as
ber husband, whom she fearlessly followed
to her death In bit Journeyings. A fate
even worte, because it it hidden In mys
tery, is reserved for the child carried off by
the savages. It may bo da) s, It may be
years, before bis fate can be known, If it
ever is known ; wc know that death is
preferable to captivity among the Apaches.
And they arc gone 1 father, mother, child;
swooped down upon in the wilderness, and
blotted ouL Nothing left but two stark
corpses, and an orphan child snatched up
and carried away Into tbc desert moun
tains. How often Kausans have suffered
from the murderous demons. Many times
they have invaded our borders, ami now,
from afar, their bloody hands reach those
dear lo us. How long is this to last? Is
uot the government strong enough, arc
there not brave men enough, to hang on
the trail or those red outlaws till the Inno
cent blood that cries from the ground is
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THE PAMrM PLAY AT LAST.
A full dress reheanfl of the "Paasloa
play" was in New York city but Friday
night. The theater waa jaauted. So great
was tbe crush that tbe doora bad to be
closed and hundred had to be tamed away.
The play was given in fall, without notice
of Interference and received much applause.
Salaai Vera ww caHed before the -t.ni lain
and made a tpeecb, in which be said he waa
happy and.full.ortluuikrullaea, Quite a
sensation was caused by tbe drop curtain
almost taking tire from tbe footlights. A
large police force was present.
Wc are powerful sorry to lose Henry
King. It It pleasant to communicate with
him through tbe printed page. There it
talk of bit going on tbe SL Louis Glebt-
Democrat in tbe rail. We should bate to
have htm leave the State. It would be
about like losing Web Wilder, or Mirth
Murdock, or Father Baker. If any body
mutt go let that wicked Bent m.Ltatn-
r Jmrngii.wiiiiij.i .
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Leading ;"ITirm in
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15 DAYS ONLY!
lf DAYS ONLY!
the a beat!
,TOira NAPKIN, AND TABLE LINEN SALE!
'TOWEL,, NAPKIN 'AND TABLE LTOEN SALE
TOWEL, NAPKIN AND TABLE LWEN SALE
Mr. W. It, Colcord, Medicine Lodge,
Kan., shipped the 19th Inst, 131 short-horn
and high grade cowa and heifers and SS
young bulls, a very choice lot selected by
such well-known buyers aa A.-McCllntock
and Forrest Letton. Messn C. F. and
James Itogeri, Lexington, Ky told to
Forrest Utton, Paris. Ky., for William
Colcord, Medicine Lodge, Kan., one year
ling red bull, by 34723d Duke of Grasmere,
dam Lucilla, by 2971 Wll-y Oxford ; and
one red and white bull 9 months old by
9880 4th Duke of Grasmere, dam Tea Bote
7tb, by 103i Mutcatoon. Xinluclg Liu Stent
The removal of ex-Judge W. 1". Campbell
from Wichita to Sedan, suggests tbe suspi
cion that some political purpose dictated
tbe change. Wilton Cesar Citiun.
Maybe so aud maybe not. Judge Camp
bell does not entertain the remotest suspi
cion that he is a politician ; in fact, tueb a
suggestion is met with a prompt denial by
him. But. agalu, be has not moved yet,
and mayhn will not.
,NEW YORK STORE.
NEW" YORK. STORE.
NBW YORK STORE.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
Agents for the A., T. & S. F. Railroad Lands.
Lands for sale by tbe Railroad Company iu our District are a follows :
TOWNSHIP U, 1 WEST.
'It is told or n well-known member or
the dominion parliament that be said ol
the intimacy or two noted men, 'It reminds
me of the friendship ol David aud Jona
than, Damon and Pythias, Scylla "and
Cbarybdis "'IlarjurU Wnllf.
JOHN J. INGALLS.
C. It. Itostwick, editor of the Mattoon (Il
linois) tlatcttr, spent last winter in Well
ington. Iu writing to his pncr concerning
western Senators, be has this to say or our
'ISut another Senator, or whom wc de
sire In -peak particularly, lajolin .1. Ingalls,
ol Kansas. lie is six reel ormortt in height,
as straight as an arrow, of highly nervous
and scnltle temperament, firty years old,
witli Iron-gray hair and mustache. He is
clothed fashionably aud faultlessly and his
hands and hair Indicate that he git ei care
ful attention to all the minor d-tails of the
billet. He smokes an occasional cigar along
the lobhies and paces restlessly to and rro
when bo is listening to speeches, but he
never airs his boot soles on top of his desk
nor spits wildly to right and left as "wild
westerns'' arc expected to ilo. So faultless
Is be in his attire, with eye-gla'ses. which
are a necessity on account or ncar-.lghted-ncss-inic
could almo.t Imagine him foppish
at tlr-l sight, but when he rises, calm and
elegant, to address the Senate, we find him
nio-t skillful In the use or language, forci
ble in Ms statements clear In his presenta
tion of points, quick in conception, inde
pendent In methods. An orator, aii end-
nently scholarly thinker, a brilliant speaker.
an able logician, a tine parliamentarian and
a thoroughly well-bred gentleman, who
does not forget the eliqnette of tbe dinner
table, even In a railway dining hall with
"twenty minutes rordlnner." He has lived
in Kansas ror twenty-five yean ever since
he graduated at Williams College- and he
belongs to the West. So while be oecuple
a seat In the United States Senate wc shall
consider the good name of the West as pre
served Iu him when one seeks good breed
ing as well as sibclarly ability."
Uen. Grant, when asked to ni'gn the peti
tion in fat or of making all pbyaiclantequal
before the law in the government service,
said be would -'give homeopaths no encour
agement either directly or Indirectly."
One of the liveliest county teat flghtt
ever wltnes.ed iu tbe State, it now being
waged iu llutlcr by Augusta, which it
seeking fo obtain the county teat from
A party of Englishmen, Messrs. Wright,
Anson and Osmaston, from Derbyshire,
have purcl a ed $10,000 Worth or A.T.48.F.
railroad land in Marion and chase counties
The Manhattan I'llmiriilitt la out in a
strong plea for the patent Inside and out
sjdo papers. It tbey are just tbe thing
why don't that paper adopt the plan r
It is noted that till the decease or Mr.
Howe, there had not been a death in tbe
cabinet since that of General Itawliut in
MwX X aectlon 5 at 8 75 par aer.
i xu ao
SaM 17 11 00 '
s;; ox ts is so
aw "a ijj '
wj. nsv "si 7 "
SX nw "SI IS "
flwX "SI SIM "
TOWNSHIP U. WK3T.
VJ nsV aectlon 19 at 7 M per acr.
fitX "19 SOU
SwX W SOU "
Najf "31 75
SXaeJi " St etaj "
XX nV "25 50 "
Satf "17 7 00 "
Na'i " SS 5 75 '
TOWXSI1IP , 1 KAST
W; nr'i aectlon 17 at 10 00 par acr
TOWNSHIP 5, KAST.
SV of aectlon 5 at 7 45 par aer.
SVaw.'' "7 C 5-t "
NaU "19 7 00 "
wV " SI 8 75 "
TOWNSHIP 25, 3 KAST.
V!.' swV aaetlon 1 U I 7 ir vrs
Nw II 7 25"
SX "11 a so "
"WJJ " II 8 50 "
Sa,'- "15 8 SO "
TOWNSHIP IS, 1 WKVf.
S; awM aactloa 7 at 8 00
iis 8, aim iu, am-tiuu 31 at
TOWNSHIP 25, 2 WKtT.
KK aw.'i aeetloa II at 5 SB per acre.
SV "17 6 50 "
Sw " 17 10 75
Lota 123 4" 19 10 75
lot " 19 S3
NaXaa.V " 19 9 73
NeJJ 21 9 75
Ky, nwfi " 21 11 (O
NwJ,' aw.V.' " 2t 11 uo
Lot I " if 11 on
LoU S .11 21 10 m
N awX 21 10 00
Ni " 2J 9 00
E ne?' "25 8 25
Lot! 7 " Xi 14 25
tt 8 "25 13 00
NwJi U'i " 12 00
TOWNSHIP 26, 1 I
15 DAYS ONLY!
15 DAYS ONLY!
15 DAYS ONLY!
TOWEL,. NAPKIN AND TABLE LINEN SALE!
TOWEL, NAPKIN AND TABLE LINEN SALE!
TO WEI., NAPKIN AND TABLE LINEN SALE!
NEW YORK STORE.
NEW YORK STORE.
NEW YORK STORE.
We -Will Offer Great Bargains
arable Linens, Napkins, Towels, Etc.
NV or auction 1 at (12 00 ir acra.
Saw " 17 17 25
EXU "21 1 oj "
TOWNlllIP 2(1, 1 EAST.
Ne.V or sratlon 7 at $10 id per acr.
KKawlf 7 low "
lx.ul x " ; bob "
TOWNtHIP 28, 1 WKST.
Lot 5 of secttou 5 at 14 50 par acre.
TOWNSHIP M, 2 WKST.
NV ot aacllon 7 at 410 75 per acr.
Na " 17 10 00 "
Lot C "27 8 50
Lot 8 "29 8 SO "
Prices givon are for Hie El. vcn-Ycar Hau. On tlifi Six-Year PUu lliere
in n ilUcotiut of 20 per i-eut, aud for Cnsb there is a ilUc -unl of S-'l 1-3
A car load of Kansas cattle was sold in
tbe New York market Tuesday for the high
est price of the season. Kansas always
leads, of course.
THE WHEAT PROSPECTS.
THE COUNTRY'S CONDITION.
The .St Louis GUlt Jlrmocrat commenting
on the amount or money In the country,
sajs: The tWonciul CKrutiictt helietts that
out- CUccl of the repeal or the tax on the Na
tional bank capital Kill be a coutiaction or
nolo circulation, i I argues that the repea
"lakes oil J percent, rrom the profit hcre-
lolorc inuring tohaiiki-lnulatlou," because
the lax was on per cent, on the average
amount nfcapital in excess uf that hit estcd
ill Lulled States bunds, Tim tax now abol
ished, in other words, has been virtually a
pieiiiiumof) percent. In Jaor of keeping
capital iu builds, and, of course, retal lug
circulation based on the bonds The Ckron
iclt. In fact, makes calculations which show
hut at the present price or
minus iiii-ri; is no prom, u not actual loss
In taking out circulation, lint It U nut
time yet to raise u hue and cry about the
teriiblc con-ciiienccs likely lo rcsi.lt from
note conti action. Comptroller Knox re
ports that the money of the country, good
and bad, hard and soft, amounts to over
$43,(J00.U0, or 40 per cent, more than four
Krauk Wilkesoii, of the New York .Vim,
who Is traveling In the .South, expresses
tbe following opinion:
I do not think that this southern country.
known as "the pin) woods region, (South
ern Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi) has
I any future before Is. r'or a lime, say whll
AW Fypmcivr I aw Itho valuable timber is being sawn and a
rn tArtwaiTt, LAW. couple reipsare grown un the lrgig soil.
'Iheluw pswid by the lust Legislature W1" be n Period nr pro pcrlty; but wheu
providing K.I ll.cu.rollii.ciitil nil soldiers ! lluU llmc Patsci, aud It must pass quickly,
as una, ! lit nil. to have been a piece ft "tbe business Is carried on with vigor, the
c to the ,,"," "" ,m; exhausted, and will probi
A correspondent of the Chicago Tribune.
under date of Jlarcb 27tb. write to that
paper: Your correspondent has passed
over the wheat belt ol Indiana, Illinois,
Missouri and Kansas within three days
Wheat In Indiana Is badly damaged and I
probably 20 per cent below average. In
Western Illinois It is 10 per cent below av
erage and in Eastern Illinois SO per cent-
Illinois wheat, take the state through, is
damaged about 13 per cent. In Missouri
the wheal looks splendidly all over the
state. The crop Is ir per cent above the
average. In Waireuburg, fhe second
largest wheat growing county in the United
States, the farmers say there is uot a dead
spear or whrat. In Kansas tbc wheat also
looks fine. From Kansas City to Salina and
Wichita it could uot look better. It will
average over the state 10 per cent above
previous years The average status or
wheat In Indiana, Illinois, Missouri aud
Kansas is about 10 percent below average.
Corn will take tbc place or bad wheat.
The latest discovery is, that the persona
"possessed of devils" mentioned iu the
New Testament were victims of delirium
Beoeipt for Raining a Mortgage.
Simply insure your lire in the Brlingtoo,
Iowa, Homo l.l'e Association, 9100,000 pall
up capital ; cheap and secure ; $3,000 insur
ance costing $1 a death notice, with 30 da) a
to pay it iu. Absolute security against tha
horrors or dying and leaving a mortgage on
tbc home. Ho not wait, call on Sowers A
Mason, over I.) uch's dry good ttore.Doug
las Avenue, Tor circulars, information, lc-
8. Thomas Jones, contractor and build
er ; also sash, door and blind msnufscturtr,
Maiu street, 3 doora south ot the Occidental
Hotel, Wii-hila, Kansas. 4J-ly
Coat and Hat Works.
IiougbsAveiiuc, east of Kreeeman't.
Suits cleaned lu eight l.ours.
CI.KANI.XO ASV DYKING.
$1.00 to $2.00 Coats tIJOtofi.10
Pants 1.2J to 2.00
Vests 75 to 1.54
Sjcques .W to 3.00
Sha-slt 1.00 to 6.00
Dresses 1.00 lo 3.00
lists! UaU! Uatt!
We are the exclusive agvnls
lOWNSIIIPtl, 3 WKST.
All of section IA at $7 la) r acr.
TOWNSHIP 25, 2 KAST
Yl)l section 5 at tin 00 iwr acr
SX "5 7 IU "
TllWN-SIHP S5, 2 WKST.
Lots 5 6 7 8 section 9 at tlo 00 ir acrr
Nw.' " 29 12 CO
TOWN-IMP 25, 3 WKVr
NJ of section 3 at 7 00 pr acr
iu Wichita fur the following mum
We have the largest and best selected stock of Carpets ever
4 brought to Wichita. Please examine before buying.
-jstiew ito:r,:k: store.
':: . M. KOHN & CO.
Nw " 7 moo
!i " 7 12 U)
N ac "7 II uu
Xa.'i "25 D50
SAi ' HUt
N 10 sa
KK nw " S5
8tSi " a
Kxtwy " S5
I.unii.n.l-e for adding impnitanrc
adjnlal.t (.Hiial's (.nice, who, h( reloforc ,
in mil. nas imiii nniiiiiigmiuc man au ex-
ibrk. Ilnuivrr that may be. flu
law PI prove an cipcustve one to thelax
s to grow
This Is a country that all northern ag
I be fumed out for the nhl field nines in oiv.iv
ullvi- ibrk. Ilnuivrr that may be. the """""' suoiii.i resolutely keep away
.. . ' Irom
and I say this reluctantly, for mv
adding largely to the cost 0rlu,-'lesi syinpainics are with Korpeoplcon
itialing lite Miilrii" nl assessors roll-. The ' lr 'n''
blank furnished lor gatlu ring ibeiuforma
tbin called for are louipllcatcd, and tbe ex
tra time lieiessaiy In lluU- tl.iln up will
increase the ense ol as.esslng each
liiuiishlp nl least Ihlity ilollais, or seven
bundled and ilglity dollars for Sedgwick
etiuuty nul counting the city, which will
tost twice or thicc limes as much at any
Wc would like to bear from flic author
of this Ian.
PROHIBITION IN MISSOURI.
Nearly a dozen of the principal leaders
or the prohibition movement In this Slate,
including Dr. J. A. Ill ooks, president of
the State Temperance Society ; I'x-Scua-tor
llrowu, ltov. Dr. (- W. Klliott, chan
cellor or the Washluton University, and
Charles 1. Johuon were iu consultation
last week, hi St. Louis, regardiug the ac
tion ol the Male, l-cglsliturc In refusing to
submit a prohibition proposition to the
London, K.n., March 28 It is just an
nounced that John llruwn, the personal
attendant of (jueeti Victoria, is dead, lie
was worth several millions, given bim by
Victoria. He new more of the true in
wardness of tlreat Itritalu's recent politl
cat history than any person living except
tbc queen herself. Ills Influence with her
majesty was supreme, and whetberathome
or abroad, be was alwajs her attendant and
adviser. lie was a native of the highlands
or Scotland, a stalwart, good-natured, can
ny, gallant T. How, who won the ipiei n's
esteem by saving her life, and then kept In
ravor by keeping her most devoted subject.
Had the quern lost one of her children it
Is probable she would feel it no more than
this death, which is almost a personal be
reavement. No doubt great honors w III be
paid this friend and companion or royally.
It is feared the shock or bis death may
prostrate tbe queen, who it still a scmi-iu
valid on account or her bruised knee
73 to 1.M
CO to 1.00
Overcoats M to 3.00
gacques 75 to 2.00
Shawls 75 lo 2.01
Dresses l.'HJio .1.00
Colors will not rub.
Silk bats washed
med, shaped, etc. '
Straw bats clesneJ,
All kinds or tolt or stiff hats done over.
All work guaranteed, (.live me a call.
02-1 1 G. A l'EOPUta.
TOWNSHIP 26, 1 KAST
Mi neV taction 15 at a 7 so ir a,-r.
EnwAJ 1J V 50
KJJnwJJ "21 09 "
TOWNSHIP 20, 2 EAST.
St!i or section 3 at 9 00 r acra
Nw.'i " .1 9UJ
KK " .'. loot
s)i " .'. IOOI
Nw.'f " 7 9 0J
S.'n ' C.'sl
Nw.'i ' o lu
S'.' " 9
TOWNSHIP 25, 4 WEST.
SeU or section 27 at 7 .VI r acre.
TOWNSHIP -.11,2 WKST.
)i or scriiuu 5 at per acm.
15 DAYS ONLY!
15 DAYS ONLY!
15 DAYS ONLY!
, THE ORKATl
TOWEL, NAPKIN AND TABLE
TOWEL, NAPKIN AND TABLE
TOWEL, NAPKIN AND TABLE
. AT TIIK
NEW YOltK STOKE.
NEW YORK STOKE.
, ,NKV YORK STORE.
? rr:' 15 DAYS ONLY I
5,V; 15 DAYS ONLY!
$;-; - ' ' -5 AYS ONLY!
V " ' the oreat!
' . ' TIIK ORKATl
TIIK OKKAT I
" TRJJrS,L' S'f,l!S ANI) TABLE "NES SALEI
TOWEL, NAPKIN AND TABLE LINEN SALEI
:.- TOWEL, NAPKIN AND TABLE LINEN SALEI
.V , AT THE.
V-;;.;-v . at the
'-''" ; . ' AT THE
NEW YORK STORE.
NEW YORK STORE.
NEW YORK STORE.
TOW.VSIIIr -J,"3 WKST.
-f nectiwii I at J i,er acr.
S II 0J
Nw'.' nl avctlon 1 at I (t 50 lr tela.
S; "I D50 "
N.' "II 50 "
KM nwA.' ' II 7 50
Stf " II 7 ui
. 15 7 li
These lauds, at prices glveij, aro lor sale ou four yearx tiinc, ouulillb
ilowu, balance iu four equal ayiiieuls, willi iuicrest nl 8 jier rent, pay
able semi-annually. For cash we eau allnw :i ilisc-iint of 10 per c. nl.
e-Fpslng Out Our Retail Stock!
- 1-1' I T
The Tarred Store
Ironed, blocked, triui-
DR. B. H. BROWN,
South side Douglas avenue, near tbe
bridge. Treats all kinds of diseases ani
mats are subject to. Come and see me.
9 Our Object
Besides I lie lanils ile-cribeil iu IIih advertisement, wc have for sale
large quantifies of uiiiuiproYeil lands, at prices ratijriux from $4 to $20 per
acre. In the wusleru aud Koulh-weslern purls of our county irooil laiiil call
be bought for $4 ami $5 per acre, .vjiine Inrfi- tracts suitable for !nck
riinches tan be obtained al these figure.
i people of the State, aud lo cousider what
ilsjor llenrj liimau has bttf-me the i-d- ! bct lo be done tor the promotion or tbe
ilor it the Satins llrfal.l. The good peo. t cause. Tbey will I sne an addrcsa in
pie d that livn town may congratulate) which they will declare tbey donotpro-
tbeuiH'iveii ibe aciiiliUnii tr one or tbe
n-trrlul int-ii til the noiidiilul vest. He
I. not i.iiiy u (.'eiiius, biila walking rncy.
cbixslla "f selcnlitij and historical mat
ters; a luau who knows everjthlug and
- t-rjUxl), mi. I who l wiihnl, a geula'
uIi.IckoI.iI in.ui. In biisluiss mailers add
Interests torn I'l-uspapt-r mull, hel-dc-piurabl)
Iscllur It. theek, so that Ibe bu-
alliess men Ssllua nlll have to rally
abuiil him, for liuuan would toouergo lo
tbesetinol.t than pn-senl a man Willi a bill
lioHctcr ju-l. W'e wish blui sun-ess as
will all the iti nspaper mi ol the Male
puse to organize a distinct parly, but will
try to abapc Ibe matter so that tbe new
Legislature shall be composed of members
so far coennlUed to prohibition that
tbey will vote lo submit a constitutional
amendment to the ieople on that subject.
Tbey intend to make prohibition a direct
Issue al tbe next election, and express the
belief that they can carry tbe U-gislature.
Work began on the extension ot the St.
Louis, Kort Scott A: Wichita road from this
point In Wichita last Monday morning.
Tbe work is to be pushed vigorously and
Ibe road Is to be completed to Wichita on
July 1, 1S8.1 ninety days hence. This Is the
time set ror the completion in the proposi
tions. Thirty-live miles lu ninety dajs is
rapid railroad building, but Hie level ionic
and light grading will enable the contract-
tOrs to complc tbc work on time.
The "Sunflower'' route I growing in
length, and in ravor with our poople ami
will doubtless continue to do both Indefi
nitely. We congratulate our Wichita friends in
advance on tbe acquisition of the ''Sun
flower" route. We don't believe any such
disappointment awaits them as did on gain
ing the 'Frisco. We bojie to be quite neigh
borly with oui sister on the Arkansas when
tbe "Sunflower" unites us. Hurrah for the
'Sunflower!'' KldoraU Timti.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Corner of l.'molaarsiin and William atrcft,
ninth or Ihiuglaa arcnu.
Is lo dispose nf all short lengths and broken packages within a limited
period, and to facililole Ihe speedy sale of every vestige of our splendid
stock. We WW iof stand on the price.
One Lot oJ
r'oi full particulars Inquire at Vnarratory
0. G. JACOBS,
VALLEY CENTER, KANSAS.
We haTe a very larjfe list of improved farms in various parts of Sedgwick
Conuty for fale nt reasonable figures. Owing lo frequent sales and chau"es
iu prices, wc omit particular descriptions, and will merely say that we can
offer lo purchaser almost auy kind of a farm that may be wauled. Call at
our office and examine lisle, or write for serial information in regard lo this
class of property.
Do not bo prejudiced agniuxt your own interest ; do not allow so rare an
opportunity lo escope you. There is uo lime to he losl ; we do things up
quick at. the- the Tarred. Store," and when we concluded to cloe out our re-
I : i
tail, we decided to" do so-at nt once.
He have u Lartje Lot of
OVERALLS AND JEANS; PANTS
We will close out
LESS THAN ONE-HALF THKrR ACTUAL VALUE.
THE OLD TUNE.
TImi Itiir.U-ii Imftrtf Male a
p'.lnt iu tin; liitlouliiK :
In reading tbe rvort of asMS.or
meetings held In all paits of the State, we
are that tbe old plan In regard to nsaess.
lucnts will be continued ibis year. A lino, t
every acor Will endeavor to get the val
nation .'if properly in bis lowiirblp or ity
ou a lower baia than l the property listed
by another imwit, Our -Stale board or
'ivdioad arH-nr i.ut a ureiuluui nu low
amwMucats, and the Jicoplo seviu dlpo-ed
lo uictpeBi half way. This mod of as
s,a.lttg properly is what cauc taxes to
aW-ear ery heavy, when in fact. IT prop
erty was aMene.l at Us real value all over
tbe Siate, taxes srould be tbe same In
aatoattt, yet at lower rale, aad lo ibe uu
IkrUataal TmM otapearaobiir-bMiouie.'
- Tlssn tead'WluIn town of Empire Uily,
"ttKawaa, wMtil Hfrrijr aevrrWy with
y -"" "- ' kt- tkn M tar l.lnl. U
i, -'-."-'- -...- - -- .... .
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:..V,iHsw-ta ta hi nsrcxtrcwo viauiea. sera
-, g-IJL' " '" ' .: : t , - Sri t
v iJr.aW m satrasrs) - -.York,
aaatsti la.MTaa hlaa, Iit fata Ian ai,il
- saaeejTSHpM sawaya Mttsw "Lssw oth''
s!7 .sa iSWyp)
STEALINS OUR WATER.
A contract baa been made lor an Irrigat
ing ditch which will leave the Arkausas
Kiver tnrlu utiles west of Do-lff, and,
ollnwiuj; generally tbe couie ol tbe di
vide between the Arkausas and the Saw
Lug, will cross the bcud of Ibe Arkausas
to Kinsley, it will be rorty fret wide, and
will carry four reel or water, with a fall
tbnmgb the greater portion or Its length or
a Tool and 4 hair to tbe mile, which Is as,
great as rau be al'awed without undue
abrasion ol tbe banks. It will furnUh wa
ter lo a di.trlct nearly forty utile wide at
THE SANTA FE.
THE NEW DISTRICTS.
Tbe political complexion of the Kansas
congressional districts on last year a vote
ror licutenaut governor, was as follows :
First District- Republican, 13,.rTi; Dem
ocratic, 12,0-20; Greenback, H9.
Second District Republican, 14.32J ;
Democratic 9,9C2; Greenback, 4.0O4.
Third District Republican, II SIS; Dein
ocratle, 0,1 C2; Greenback. iXZ.
Fourth District Republicab, 17JC4 ;
Democratic, 8,1CJ; Greenback, 3,t3i.
Fiflb District Republican, 13,938 ; Dem
ocratic, 7,019; Greenback, SJKS. .
Sixth I)lsUlct-Republiean,9,89; Demo
cratic, 4,2M; Oreenback, 4,&U.
Seventh District Uepuplicau, 13,4s;
Democratic 3JSW; Greenback.
Major hrlsenbam at lb head.
Chole l'n f.,r aale.
Notice for Publication.
land orncK I
atWIchlU, Kaaaaa, April 3d, law.
Xutlc U beraby glna Dust th fbilowiar
samU aelller has Died nolle or his loUntloa
u iuhkp nnai roiii sapiors or ai eialaa.
Choice resideuco property aud vacant lots. Ib ail parts of tho city of
Wichita. Some specially desirable property how for sale. 'Call early and
LACE CURTAINS-AND BED SETS.
We cannot use thtra in the wholesale.
w:e :m:ttst sell t:h::ej:m: iisrow.
Also a lot of
Fancy . Linen Spreads and Napkins,
CHOICE PIBOES "LnSTEN
Too fine for the Joining Trade
.Money to Loan.
lllla 1M Vl -fa J... II
3CM, for lol 8, wc l((, awl lot 9. sec. 1, twp. 7.
nuftv i"l) HUH au. , aw. 14, Hu M( x e.
rili iwp. . rang I wt. all ta bdaa4 No. 3
11 BantM ih following wlrasssn to wot
hlseontlouoaa rsldaeupoa,aal cailtltaUoa
or, salJ lawl, viz: John M.' Martin. X. A. Mil
iar, ;i-re Alntuaoa sad lt UIM4. all of
J-S It. L. WALKER, BffUUr.
Moner always oa hand to loau ou approred real estate security at the
lowest current rale. Our facilities In this lino of business are iinsnr-
passed by any firm iu Kansas. Principal and interot arc paid al our office.
aad that said proof will b mad txtor the
u. -i. ijiu.i iinn-e, ai n icuu. Kaaaaa. on Mar I
VratalMr, O. S. Sl.-I U,,rrnir- will rln well to rail nt ullr nffin. Iisfurn ..,.!-:.... ..
.. -- .. .nw... M, iu;ihi;u!S
THE MY PREACHER.
From Bortou advance sheet of Ibe an
nual report ot tbe Atchison, Topeka A
Sanla Fe Railroad show tbe systrw BOW
eoaprlaci 2,0)9 rallies; net earnings, ,-
4zl,Qh0; lo which added reeclpta ur rental
land Kraata ami ineoate boada asake tbe
aggregate net receipts 7,Ha,0se; dil
dead paid, $3JtB,SS; aurpim for tVe j ear
rJ. Of Sr Hllea aeariy 1,799 aHea
arc laid with steel rail; equipped 1.9M
itMsrHger rara, atul 38 Wsretaetivca; w atx week thla SBrla.
At Decatur, tbe Rev. Mr. Harrison, the
boy preacher aad revivalist, held a grand
Methodist jubilee. There are over 1,799
converts a tbe result of his seventeen
weeks" Ubor, aad slWI there It ao decrease
la tbe interest. Tbe church la packed IbH
every eight with twenty to fMvattlse
alter. To bold thing level, and to give
our boon the proper direeUoa, we suggest
that it would be a good idea for Wichita
to secure the wonderful rraagfilst for about
Sale of School Load.
Coostt Tassscaxa's Osncs, 1
mg-wicK maiir, ttaaias,
- , ... . WlWU.ApHlaMJ.J
Kotle Is brbr clrsa that oa Moadar, the
30th daror Amil.VssL I shall atkr atawm
sal to U hifhest bMder to foUowlacni.
crlbMl tracts of scats! laad.TseUuT a Mrtof
.,. , w.vn.n,..
In these every housekeeper will tako great delight. Let them come and
revel iu Ihe finery at a very small cot indeed, considering the ijuality.
tlaprercJeateuly heavy sWtMM
reported ffamsretloos t ihe.CsrtiHasi
flrglUla KVSSS -THBseej.alsaappSl
a. wvh wv a av s
NV m;, appraWl at tJ sa per sen.
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8w ". V 3 73-" '
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SWX " " 3 73 "
Sad wtH eaan Car tsU ot M o'eloak .., aad
3-4 L. N..WOOBOOCS:. Tussoisi
ler beeauae ko m to a Mryverr oea
IMIsMMwlsoretteekiaki a ol mMkl"i
H ? - r
. WicanTi; JaUaaXi' Apttl VoT7'r
PaWie asstte i.ki4rftaaitWl4H.OB
ajU f Clhas lalaBafk atB4aaaa tMkK lsaaasaalB.ai M S
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ot umimi towns - fr-T; r
LIFE, FIRE LIGHTNING AND- TORNADO
Oar ageuey Is composed of the follow iujr strictly rt(-da cotapaules :
EciTABUi Line AfoWRAXCK Socirrv, -
JEtha, ot Hartford, - t- '
GaTJurAM-AMHUOAK, of New Ytirk
Ham-tow, of Barttord, - - - -;
Uomk, of New York, - - ? f
Our Stock of Dress Goods
We are reducing' very rapidly, but we have still some choice pieces of Cash
mere in colors aud black, which will prove great bargains lo the fortunate
Gents' Furnishing Goods
We have in great variety, aud will give the boys attractive figures ou any
thing they may want ilnring our closing-out sale.
ott:r, olosinq otjt sale,
Peculiar advantages can be secured by liberal buyers.
Me are ojferinif ,
3 Three- Grand Prizes 3
Of Great Value
And discounts on every hand lo liberal purchasers. Those who have not
seen our Grand Prizes eliould loeno lime iu looking Ihem over. You will
thus see that there is no buncombe about
OTJia C3LOSI2STC3- OUT S-AJLEI.
It is bona tide, ir yon pay cash for your goods, do ant think of baying
anywhere else. We must and will
Close Oat Our Retail. Stock at Once.
XjIET .A.XJLj 0?.T3:B PEOPLE 3C3TOW
Always Your Friends.
J B IDOnST-AJUD Sc CO.
aosoKoas ht. rrtvai soasai
spi in I iipn tvmtammm
n asi m.mtmmmmm
wm mwnf mr.ji
Im. or Noant Ajnawj Pbl.deitliMi
I - . - . : - -rA
IxvmutMC t Xe49eM Glooc, of Uversxiol.
Vail 1 1 ttmttmJ --'-'- -
Djii mi a.atT New York,
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tVt ..irVi-f jrfi
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Notice for Publicatioti.
las i) orricE
at WIcUU. Kaaaaa. Kanh Ktkj isss.
Xotlro I herabr kira that ia folMwIaar
as list MtUar aaatlaj BoUesoThls laUaUoa
mavlrA HoiaI naAla mimub! afkl..l.l ..
aid proof vlll b saad totfor Baarr A. "fro-
ffr. awKaxTpahlie, of Kda towaaklp, gaaa
otreoantx. kaao.a8aarar, afar , S8t i
aadearSBata!TtlMnorat W x4ratloa
or uurtjr daja tram la dau or thU Mtl
astoo tf Browa. D. . Ko.3S.MS, i
latsSasd 4aJ jf aw Si Me. 31, tsr.
o rac4 sat of Sats P.M , aa4 aara the
isllaw&gaahlawtt .i; Mr wusa-
Lik. a ,-t-uw ---- . m ?
L- www, mm n - aniniH ! mmmmm
wauerasa, ait ox aiis, saasaar coaatr.
Kaaaaa K.L. WALKStt.
T. II. Jackson, tbe CoaiaioD SeBce Ual
aent maa, baa arrived la this city, aad will
reaulo tor three weeks for the purpose of
auTeruaiag the Corasaon Sease laimeat
aoa vobusob tjease reBovaUag powder,
tbe powders are the rreat worn destros-
lag powder for horse aad saules. Doa't
fall to hear Jaeksoa give his great horse
UK, aad IHnstratlag Ue iMsereat diseases
ewaMeHdlswsMUoaltke (orkonea. Sg
Cossssob Setase Keaosatior Powder for
bora, acta dtrmtttr tk iu. u.
mmA k.wj- ...r
-. ww. . ar
The nadmlfiiad will Mil
FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1883,
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irV;. .-L! ',. 7."" T"r(- 14 '-". f"3mB?t.''fSar.-Wv I &
Ob tbo Fair Groaasb la Marrtlll, Xodaway
Casa4r, hltMoari, afcoart 70 atd Com,
Toasor JraJt 3S Cowa aad Bf f-
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tUm: ataoor Baoroa. Tone Marr. Toanar
venr Urfag Itraa sew at HoHowetUk ?tm' aaassssswy.PsslissiastaatU. Lady
oraa'a. u-ta . "aB,sotobsT gaedsetta.
, fat HaasaUasotd. wlafrtd la
aaal aH la aad fasaaaltatf tmmUimm
s osaaBa OBBaa wj bbpbsbi sswwbssbbb BBn7w4STTT7sWaf; o
taawrAsrUM. Hals spaas at
Proposals for Stock Ostttls.
i.F.iMirrHEsr or the istkbior.
th lasllaa Mrs C. .aboat 4.SSS BMMoeSoat-
iiiitd. """ mt lf V"' "KK
aro xcst aa uxou Oct ox ooTBianasr
H you hare a kssae horse; dost Ml.
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2? Sii 'XJXSfZ" y' wIH ho wrataa-
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i5 Tf trowiaYlasorisa ot fiOSSmTtl
HA--J &' fWoatro. LaTBWors;
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