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FEBSOXAL AM) LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS.
WICIIITA,KAXSAS,AriUL 12, 1883.
AFTER DEATH. WHAT?
A very interesting lecture will lie deliv
ered thin (Wednesday) evening at tbe Pres
byterian Church on tbe "Self-conscious
KxUtence of Han after Death; or,tuc ipi
mortality or tbe Soul." What Is tbe soul?
What lilt made of? AVbere is the eternal
world to which it goes? What l it made
off Those question! will be answered by
tbe lecturer, Rer. A. (). TirlcVman, of Bal
Do not fall to go and bear blm. Lecture
begins at 7 J o'clock.
Wind In tbe east and raining thin Wed
Tbe county commissioners bare it, big
week' work ahead.
ffte SACRED TIIUtT OF MATERNITY. A MAGNIFICENTBUSINESS HOME.
Last week we reproduced on tbe first Arrangements are all complete for tbe
page of Tue eaguc a moving tribute to erection of Ore, and maybe six bus!
Tbe first half mile of tbe street railway
was finished yesterday.
fcay, can't Douglas Avenue be put in
shape again? It's in a horrible fix.
Dr. C. C. Kurley, wife and tblld, go tip to
Leavenworth City to-day, to visit friends.
The stand-pipe at the water-works In 150
leet high and make a conspicuous land
uiark. Tlie public schools, of Wichita, are in re
ceipt of a floe and handsome map from Sen
Mr. Manuel has been appointed superin
tendent of tbe construction nf tbe bridge
by tbe commissioners.
Mr. D. M. Dickson is off again this spring
for Waysvllle, Ohio, vvlnre be will proba
bly remain all summer.
The commissioners, at their last (en-ion,
passed an order against stock running at
large, bee- their proclamation.
Mayor Grleflcnsteln, who goes toTopeka
on tbe 19th. to meet tbe rallnav officials,
postpones bis rale till the next day, the
Tbe commissioners have ordered all per
sons who bold rattle iu the Territory or In
unorganized counties astefed at tbrirplare
All of Wichita's railways go hiaty ou
saiuti and Fs In their names. There is the
M. L., Ft. S. W., and the M. I.. A an F.
Mid tbe A., T. & fe. F.
A half mile of the street railway is down.
Doc Fabriquc saya be has commenced al
ready to save up bis nlckles as be I-dis
gusted with walking.
i ueiugti wind or .Monday Uevtiopeil a
storm In Northwest Kansas which swept
across Missouri, Illinois and Iudiana with
the force of a hurricane.
The Union says it likes to keep track of
the "formerly of Junction City" loj, v
uolluss rompliuicutariiy Col. Stewart and
till packing bouse enterprise.
The old city administration, practically,
was sworn In anew Monday night. Now,
gentlemen, give us good govirnment while
the people keep up the boom.
Councilman Ztmmirly, who was drawn
as a juror lor the 17. S. Court at Topcka,
was unable to attend on account nf the
siiknrssof bis two children.
Jim Heard, of Grant township, thinks ho
never before bad at this time of the year so
promising an outlook for a large yltld of
wheat as be has at tbe present lime.
J. F. Curtis left Tuesday for MaaUiu
setts. lie goes on business and will not re
turn before August. Mr. C. is one of the
substantial men of Sedgwick county.
II. W. Ilauce, of ht. Louis, solicitor and
correspondent of the Amtrtcan 7riluiu, a.
paper recently started by L. V. lteavls,
spent several days In the city last week.
Frank Dotllemjre scut a lot of seed corn
out to Iowa last week. He says it was a
big yellow corn which yielded sixty five
bushels to the acre last year on bis farm.
lion. h. It. l'cters, our congressman, has
consented to address tbo Grand Army of
tbe Hepublic and citizens at Wichita, on
Ibe occasion of Decoration Day, May 0th.
tbe holy office of motherhood. It was as
beautiful as Inspired poety-tbe very essence
from tbe altar of truth. The sentence was
caorbtvpa a iuglilre, from some excuange
unmarked bf authorship1 orcrediU Mr.
Shelton, of tbe Timet, claims to bare writ
ten it. We don't doubt it, as we believe
him capable, and in acknowledging tbe au
thorship we will say, that such a sentiment
doea-infiBllA bettor to tbe inherent good of
hU heart and (be powers of lits .pen. Arc
arc 'not isnamed'to own "that, to us, the
purest and most sacred office in all the
realms of time or eternity Is tbst of mater
nity. Earth holds no symbol, no living type
of its sacred beauty, and tbe creations and
progressions of Heaven can promise nothing
more, grandly exalted, or. more truly hal
lowed. It-stands -as the representative es
sence of God Himself, and the crown of
bis creative glory. Ilefore a woman bear
ing that divine trust, be she high or low,
wc stand ever impressed withtsometblng
of that ntajestic upres esce-wblch Impelled
tbe leader of the children Cf Israel, when
standing before the burning bush, to take
his sandals from off bis feet. Wbatev er of
sordid selfishness, bowev er much our heart
ordinarily assumes tbcte-turcol aglzzard,
the vfortblpful .spirit moves our being
whenever and wherever we meet her be
neath whose heart throbs a new life. Tbe
editor ol tbe Timei seems to crave an ac
knowledgment of bis better and loftier na
ture. We so acknowledge but a man who
has devoted his bran talents and soul life
to the cause of a sympathetic circle has
much to unlearn when be becomes the.
slave of an irresponsive public. Mr. Shel
ton would meet and treat tbe whole world
as a common brotherhood inspired bv the
same longings for a knowledge of Illni
whom the Jews called tbe "Was, And is,
And Is to be," whose spirit, like a pure riv
er, flows out of Ileav en's vast gateway to
bless and guide Ills children w hoc entire
attributes, powers, and glory are concentra
ted In that one vvord-l! od ; but so long as our
brother makes bis tripod a pulpit, just so
Ion,; will he be dally, and hourly crucified
by those in whom he would confide that he
might do them good.
THE FT. S. i W. DEPOT.
ness house.- on the north-west corner of
Douglas avenue and Main street, long
known as the old Keno corner-Tone,of tbe
1 oUeyt f landmarks ortbeciry;: (A! ) Gos
san!, who owned 50x1 00v feet bf the Corner,
has sold to tbe Citizens' Bank 50x70 feet.
The bank will erect a splendid modern
structure of high basement with tbe two
upper stories of brick and stone work, and
bearyfcornlce fit elaborate design. Tbe
front" will be occupied (by ibe Citizens'
Bank, and tbe back by the Davidson Loan
Company. Completely running around tbe
above building of tbe same belgth, with
fronts of iron and plate glass, on both Main
street and Douglas avenue, Mr. Gossard
will erect two business bouses. Adjoining
this on the west Lout Dittman 'will proba
bly join, as will the Field estate, In th'e
erection of two other brick buildings of
iron aud plate glass front". If this is done
tbe old rattle-trap corner will spring at
once to the front a one of the bet t bmlnesa
Igtatloa'lnthedty. , ' ) r
MORE TARDY BELLS
1 be city council, at a meeting last week,
granted the Ft. Scott .1 Wichita Itailroad
Company the right of way along any street
north ol Central avinue, oralonganystreet
south of Douglas.avenuc to tho river; or,
down any street wct of Main. We believe
those to be tbe limits. The above company
not only desire to reach the bank of the
river, but want to get a location for their
depot as near tbe renter of business as
practical. Mr. Tiernau gave no sign or in
timation or their choice as they will be
controlled largely by the prices asked for
grounds, but a location on both south and
north Main street hive been talked ol, and
a space near the west end of Douglas ave
nue, and of lots near the Santa Fe freight
bouse, and also, ol a piece of ground on
the bank of the river south of tbe bridge
Everybody Is opposed to tbe present loca
tion of tbe Santa Fc and 'Frico depot as
being to far. away from town. If the Ft
Scott i Wichita depot Is located nc.tr tbe
center of business and the Missouri Pacific
buys, or operates the new road and of
which vve have little doubt then the Santa
Fe people will have to come nearer to the
town and its business. If the proper in.
tcrcst bad been taken by prominent citi
zens, the first mentioned depot would nev
er have been located so far away. Of coure
the street railway company is, or will also
be Interested in the location of the new do
pot, a they will want to take it In if possible.
The ring of the tardy bell is reaching out
The cdltorpf the Oswego Iniipenient next
taxes up me "uray ueii" curse, enuorsing
Tnt: EAClxin Its efforts to emancipate our
children from a system that degrates them
Into mere automatic machines. We further
add, that the people of this county will
sooner or later learn that the schools of a
generation ago were better than those of
to-uay in ai ica; one particular, incy
were independent and indiv idual, free from
machine restraint and corral influence.
Every school, however large developed in
dividuality and independence, consequent
ly there was an euthustasm and an eager
seeking for knowledge unknown to tbe
tardy bell aud examination system of to
day, which is growing to be a restraining
machine that strangles healthy emulation
and arrests dev elopment. Out on the tardy
bells, card examinations and all such de
grading and leveling influences.
Hogs 5 1I0(3.50
Millet Seed SnQM
Shippers . .. 4$3
Export Steers 8(W
U Hays has gone to Philadelphia, New
v ork and Boston to buy supplies and com
plete arrangements for tbe disposal ot wool
a large amount of which he buys annually.
The Kingmau Citiztn remarks that Amos
Harris, tbe new judge of this -district, is
giving universal atIsfaction. His rulings
and decisions are based on law , equity and
J. F. Humphrey, who sold bis place last
w eek to Dr. Ilurr, has purchased another
piece of land of Mr. Enoch Woody upon
which be will build a neat and roomy res
idence right off.
Tbe great Texas steer Interest manipula
tor and cowboy oracle, W. B. Hutchison,
caned It around town all day last Saturday.
William represents the border as alive and
threatening to spread.
Won't somebody build Wichita a sor
ghum factory. Notwithstanding she is the
sweetest town in the State, she Is noerthc
less the best point for a f 2,000,000 sorghum
sugar factory In the world.
Mrs. Nona l'ope accompanied by her child
1 visiting her father, M. It. Moscr. She
came from Indianapolis here, but wc un
derstand that Mr. l'ope has gone out iuto
Dakota on a prospecting tour.
The grass question has bothered that cl i;s
of people In Kansas who look ahead, ever
since Its settlement. Experience soon
taught every observant man that tbe native
prairie grasses disappeared before the farm
ers' plow and herds. Experiments further
showed that the popular grasses of the East
did not take readily or kindly to our soil,
altbougb after years of taming by cultiva
tion and manures, red clover, timothy and
bluegrass "caught on," yet only fairly so.
A profesror of the Agricultural College at
Manhattan has for some time been laying
himself out on this grass question, to wlit
purpose remains to be seen. Now The
Eagle bis beard of a grass which it thinks
Iu all probability is jii't tbe tiling, at least
for the lower Arkansas Valley. It is called
j the Bermuda grass and flourishes in North-
v. estcsn Tcvas, nor beat, nor sun.nor drouth
affects its luxurious, velvety green; and, as
to soil, no matter whether tbln, or gravelly,
sandy or strong, It spreads and runs cov cr
Ing the ground with a thick mat six Inches
deep. Our informant says for lawns it Is
delightful and holds its color and freshness
w ithout regard to ralu or tbe lack of it. He
only fear that it may wlntcr-klll in Kansas.
We have written to Texas for more partic
ulars. It grows in great abundance on the
Red rlv er along the lower line of tbo Indian
Territory , 300 south of Wichita, running
everywhere, taking fields and roads alike.
It has no seed, al Ieat docs not seed In that
Since writing tbe above wo clip the fol
lowing from the Wellington rrtit: "Two
years ago this spring George F. Uargis, of
this cii) , placed a Bermuda grass sod about
three inches square In his yard on Godfrey's
bill. To-dav, ho has about eighty feet
square of the finest kind of lawn grass.
Those who are at all familiar with Texas
know what a beautiful sod the Bermuda
grass makes in that country. But tbe fear
has been that it would not stand the severe
freezing of this latitude. To test this ques
tion. Mr. Hands mowed .and cross-mowed
Harry C. ht. John and wife, accompanied J a plat ol his grass about twenty feet square
by Isls Ilolscbnelder, left for the Bocky' on the 20th of last October. He used a lawn
Mountains by the 'Frisco road Sunday 'mower and clipped it right down to tbe
night. After bis return he expects to take i ground. The past w inter has been as bard
his family to Washington City to live. i as winters get in this country, but Mr. liar-
Mr. C. lLFerson. and wife, from Well- "' Wnnuda grass I. coming out as nice as
ington, spent S.turdr, in the city . Mr. V. ?; T1,c wlD,cr m not affcct " ln
i. .ttti ,i.- e.,. v. . .u- i i the least.
vim sue anu i c n$iui s lu iittuc, uill I
be comes back once In a nhlle to see bow I
bis old borne place grows and flourishes.
WHAT TO DO ON ARBOR DAY.
Uev. Phillip Krobu's lecture at the M E.
Church Monday night is said to have been,
by all those who heard It, one of great mer- day of April far arbor day.
Governor Gllck has struck tbe people of
Kansas for another holiday, by Issuing a
proclamation for the observance of the 2Cth
Ills time Is a
it. He went for all political cranks, scala
wags and demagogues in a refreshing way.
Governor Glenn goes down to Eureka
Springs to visit his grandchild who has
been tl-rre with her mother for sometime
for treatment. She is reported as gaining
In strength, which, II true, the child vv II
be kept there indefinitely.
Mr. J. D. Kay, of Iowa, has accepted a
situation with Kassci as jeweler. Mr. Kay
comes highly recommended as a superior
workman on tine watches, and an expert
in tbe Jewelry trade. lie Is a very ideas-, nothinc of grateful shade, cheap fuel and
little late for this section, but if tbe people
ol tbe State would take hold of this matter
in the proper spirit more blessings and
quicker and more direct blessings would
flow from it than from all the other procla
mation days put together. "God helps
tboso who help themselves," and Kansas
needs help In few things more than in
groves of trees upon every quarter section.
They would go far toward breaking tip or
deadening the eternal sweep of the winds,
thereby revolutionizing our climate In tbe
matter of rainfalls and humidity to say
Mr. 1. t!. llalberg, one of Emporia's solid
business men, spent one day last week in
Wichita. He say the late contest in Em
porta did not hinge o much on the prohi
bition question as upon the resolve that a
close corporation or bustnefs syndicate
should not run the entire city In their self
ish interests, in which contest the people
D. 11. Uoark visited Xewton and Wichita
recently and brought back two l'oland-Cht
na pigs which he purchased of the fine stock
breeder, M. Stewart, of Wichita, for which
he paid 45, cash. Mr. It. also brought a
fine span of mares, but has sold thin to
Sam Young. Wc are glad to note arrivals
of line stock. JIarptr Timti.
Mr. 11. II. Clark, a capitalist from Wash
ington, Pennsylvania, called upon us Mon
day, bringing a letter of introduction from
Juo. Add. Mcllv ane, Esq., one of Wichita's
early legal lights. Mr. Clark comes here to
make some Investments, and Is delighted
with our country and the life and activity
of our town which be thinks Is almost
Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Hacker have buried
their little Cora. It seems doubly sad for
little ones to pass away when soft winds
and swelling buds give promise of flowers
New forms appear, new hope art bora,
The wondrous world rolls on and on,
Rut all its vales appear forlorn
VV hen those we dearly love are (rone.
They pass from sight and leave no trace
lint recollections bright and fair
The memory of au absent face
liemains to haunt us everywhere.
Judge Fihcr and bis boys, Johu and
Frank, have sold their cattle. They re
ceived twenty-two thousand cash, reserv
ing their ponies, horses and wagons, or
about three thousand more than their best
offer last fall. It only seems a short time
since they took dow u to their ranch about
a thousand dollars worth of cows, and it
has been only a short time; and it Is but
auotber instance, thougb a striking one, of
the profitableness of stock raising in this
Mr. A. F. Naftzgcr, of this city, has
bought the controlling Interest of the Sedg
wick City Bank, as vve understand It, and
will in a few days assume control of that
institution. Mr. Nnftzger is a thorough
going business man of experience, wide
awake, progressive, and what is very Im
portant in a banker character, reliable.
His word is just tbe same as his bond, and
the people of that town arc assured that
their banking business will be cautiously
and safely transacted. Wichita regrets to
lose Mr. N. whom we bad begun to look
upon as a fixture. Tho Sedgwick City
Bank will soon become recognized as one
of the solid monetary institutions nf this
ant gentleman w ltbal.
The new St. Louis and Pacific train, "by
way or Wichita will be put on In a few
weeks, or as soon as tbe western connec
tion Is finished. Tbe present intention Is
to leave St. Louis In tbe morning and pats
Wichita tbe next morning.
We take plea.ure In Introducing to the
readers of The Eagle the new dry goods
and rlotbtng firm, tbe Golden Rule Store,
Roys block, next to the Wichita Grocery,
where a large stock of new goods is on sale.
Kead their advertisement and go and see
Miss Grace Montgomery, tbe successful
caterer to the Wichita public ln the matter
of pleasant pastimes, harmless amusements
and delightful parties, gives a calico ball
at the open house, on the evening of April
Izth, for which tbe invitations have been
Geo. Rhode was In the city Saturday be
ing en route for Kansas City to attend a
stock ami or Imported Polled Angus
and Galloway cattle. He has on his ranch,
ear the SUte line, about 1.100 head or
grade cows which be proposes to cross with
the Imported stock.
Albert Alexander Hyde didn't get 'there
Ell, but not one of his supporters felt less
ptqaed than himself. An hour before tbo
poll closed we saw him jolllly .making-hi
way kerne with gun and horse. He kntw,
o far as be was concerned tbe contest was
la bo wise a personal one.
Tbe Philadelphia Mtiienger (ays that
"Rev. I. G. Brown leaves the Cumberland
Valley with bis family lor Kansas to rat act
usVBrcn. Alter tnis month nupostomee
4dres will be Wichita." Mr. Brown has
Rived and It duly-Installed a citizen of tbe
Caftt. Henry Sooth. irker U.S. Land
Onset, spent Sunday and Monday In this
ettj. Lamed, a all of the town svlen; the
nppsr Arkanw valley are ft-nwinf tnt
tea nf mean are BVjyiag p m4
the tarn erMerls3-lrtM-A.
B. k In tnrnr nf tU xtnt f
W tnrefcriTi Itnr-'Jikiimlt
" eTnBrwms nRI ffj BXSfVJna W JsjsnWJsHT,i
s4" Pawn rtm the ntt-na-
!Triiif'l isj3Jijaiif .
i-r-;. ', w..f -.,'." t . ;m.zr- ,.r
plenty or fruit. A Wichita has all tbe
shade and fruit trees she desire as a town,
wc respectfully suggest that the academy
grounds be broken up and that each busi
ness matt sees that a memorial tree is put
on said grounds. We w ill guarantee their
protection. Many young men and young
ladles might also with profit and pride do
tbe same thing. Shrubs, evergreens, trult
trees and every thing of tbe kind would be
Tbe proposed grand old jubilee talked of
for the Fourth or July must not be forgot
ten, nor that many preliminary steps will
be necessary to make It all that would be
desirable. The Fort Scott rod will be fin
ished about that time and If we undertake
such a celebration.it mutx;ligsc any1 thing
of the kind ever attempted' ln the State.
TVe must not only have all the people of
Sedgwick county here, bnt half or the peo
ple of all the surrojnsMng counties. And
there should be free bread, meat and drink
for all who c6me--bert,'ldat bread, ice- Water
and lemonade. Ev erybody can have all tbe
luxuries they may desire by paying for
them, but the simple substantial bread, meat
and drink should be free and abundant.
Tbe firework should be imported and the
orator also. Oar four brass band ought to
be able to play at least a half dozen pieces
ln'eeneert and ncne itionld accept Invita
tion to go away from home. These are a
few only of the little points, but important
ones. Tbe more has been made f n season,
and with a proper enterprise and spirit the
oetwvonjetbMlete t-twfer a Jang
ttm a rome.
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A-swVrMPCJaMMx-WTIklX' ,. --
Mr. Henry SwieUr,-vho,eas ourkseal 1
reader know, hlnttsriaittrt-
tion to Hve stock, ht sewn one hundred
and twenty-! to bushel of America- nresv
tvrd on hi puce. He sowed la the
eol to. Ho )om Mt propose to (top
at thot, bo wiN oeost down U Ue g
thM hsjoetooa' ' W.h -
Taflj for Wichita. Her People and Her Eagle by the
The following compluneatary notices of Tiut
Kac.le were cllpj.nl from our exchanges In the
ten tlaj s juist. We may bave'overlooked many,
but these will satisfy oar most staaach friends:
(Ilalstiad lndeiiendent.1 The VV iclilta Kagle
has enlarged to ten columns. It Is one ofonr
mott valued exchanges and a model of a news-
TUB LEADIKG JOURNAL. I J J
(Larned Chronoscope. The Wichita J-agle,
the leading journal of the Arkansas V alley, lias
a new dress, very creditable In appearance.
Durllngame Herald The Wlchltt Eagle
completes Its twelfth year this week.- The Ea
gle Is one of the best, If not the best weekly ln
Newton Kan-an The Wichita Eagle Is one
of the moit enterprising and beat appearing pa
pers In the State. Its success has been a mar
vel. Last week It Issued a splendid edlton.
v alnable alike to the valley and to Wichita
imiOHT AND JUICY.
Leav enworth Pally Times That beautiful ,
bright and Juicy Wichita Eagle celebrates Its
twelfth anniversary by Issnlnga inper bristling
all over with good things about Wichita , Sedg
wick county, and the great Arkansas V alley.
Printed In new type, perfect in typography an 1
edited with eingnlar ability, the Eagle retains
Its place In the front rank of Kansas newspa
AHLK A;W) llAUhVJUC.
Atchison Sally Champion. The Wichita
Eagle has Jnst entered upon Its twelfth year.
It Is one of the most enterprising, ably edited
and handsome papers In Kansas, and richly de
serves the la ce measure of prosperity It Is en
Osage County Democrat The Wichita Ea
gle ol last week flaunts a new bead gear, and
has Increased Its dimensions to ten columns,
still remaining a folio. This latter preference
displays good taste, for among the many abom
inations of nettepaperdom nncnt quartos are
not the least.
A LOL'D SCREAM.
(Kingman Citizen. The Wichita Eagle be
gins Its twelfth year In a new dress and larger
proportions If there la an Eagle on earth that
screams londer, longer and more eoatlnmmsly
for Its particular haunts or the SUte at large,
than this Arkansas Valley bird, we should like
to see It spread Its wings
Cherryvale Globe. The Wichita Eagle, one
of oar very best exchanges, came tons this
week greatly Improved and with new and
unlone heading bearinga handsome electrotype
cut between the words The And Kagle, showing
the Improvement of the city and country from
the advent of tbe Eagle to the present day, all
nicely pictured. We think the change lath
aeadtsg'a good one, and shows enterprise irpon
the part of the proprietors, unlock Bros
POETRY AND MATHEMATICS.
Yates Center )-. The Wichita. SagUs)
the best weekly In Kansas, uses poetry, matne--istlca
and a trifle of brag to prove Sedgwick
the greatest county ln the State. It Is twelve
years old and its last Issue fairly bristled with
news of a general character, with Important
local matter and heavy editorials.
.ADDED .BE ACTY. I it '1
Dodge City Glob The Wichita Eagle, the
proadest bird that soars the Arkansas Valley,
has entered on Its twel fth year with new plum
age and In appearance added beauty to age.
We wish the proud bird con tinned success,
H ? TBEVlr-JtWA-DATSV.1 '
Topeka Daily GramoBWlth,31jlso
for the current week of the Wichita Sagle earn-
wittaw.aadjMt headland a new drsos.
Tsisptfwr chaetIorTOet. lb past a
fhtnre. The paper la a daisy. W eon my (kit
beeaase Mejak'ewicked brother left for CMea-gb'yeslerdayr'
tTCt4dOttn. IVCsw atM ! m sttaTW -JHMNBf
gsatoawMaorjajs inborn whteh-'o-ils-WreMaaMasseoMte
asm stwOwa,iMM(mi,t,r., KirUsmwonnMOsMsteoW iti 1 T .T
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FULL OF SEDGWICK. I
IV.MJ icuicK Juiice.j an icnius Angle
commeaed It twelfth volume last week with a
sew dress and a new engraved bead. It 1 fall
or Sedgwick county and Wichita news, and a
valuable paper to tarn loose among eastern
people wanting to come West.
Harper Sentinel. The last number of the
Wichita Eagle come to cs enlarged to 'a ten
column folio, and brim full or valuable statis
tical and other matter relative to Its town and
county. It is as flee a siiecusea of Journalism
as has vat struck our sanctum and undoubtedly
Involved great deal of time ane hard labor.
" NOT MUCH SEDUCED.
VVlnneld Telegram. The Wichita Eagle en
tered its twelfth year last week, and commem
orated the event by reducing the width of its
columns to standard measure and enlarging the
size of the paper to ten columns to the page.
The Eagle la a good paper, but last week out-
etrlpied any former effort.
Wiufleld Courier Last week the Wichita
Eagle commenced Its twelfth volume and came
out with a tenth column added and a new head
v-a small head with allegorical vignette. It
do! not bve the&tjitod at least. It was bris
tling with cholcepolnts about Wichita and
Sedgwick county and does credit to any city or
reabody Gazette The Wichita Eagle starts
In on its twelfth year enlarged and with a new
face on Its head. The paper is almost entirely
devoted to descriptions of VV lchlta, IU business
laterteU and Improvement. A little over
eleven years ago. Marsh unlock and the writer
used to sling run at each other ln the same coun-ty--Osage.
CHEAT OLD MOSES !
Wellington Democrat. TheWichlU Eagle
has changed IU heading, and Issued a paperlast
week that was never excelled in the State.
Great old Moeea! what a town W ichlU Is any
way, lull of life, vim and energy, and tbe Ea
gle comes up to the scratch and toes the mark.
All the papers In the city are great, but the La
glesUnds on "solid rock" and don't you tin
A TV rOGRAI'IIICAL GEM.
llariier Times TheWlchiUEaglehaabeen
pnt In a new dress, with a new beading and
been enlarged to a ten-column folio. It Is now
the handsomest paper la Southern Kansas Is
In short a typographical gem of immense size.
Last week's Issue was filled with matter de
scriptive of Kansas In general and Sedgwick
county ami Wichita in particular. Wichita
should feel proud of the Eagle.
VV ANTS TO X.
Kaunas Industrialist. No. 1, Vol. AH, of
the VV lchlta Eagle Is received The pajier, w e
may remark, la a very handsome ten-column
folio, abounding in news put in the most at
tractive form. The Eagle before usseUupa
lusty scream tor "the greatest county ln Kan
eas," which, of course, Is Sedgwick, and for
the greatest State on this round planet, which
the same of course It Is Kansas We should
lite to exchange with 3 on Messrs. Munlork.
NOT ENOUGH HEAD.
IWindell Telegram .1 There seems to he a
sort of competition between the Wichita Eagle
and Brecon as, to which can product the worst
looking head tothelr respective papers.. Thus
far the Beacon Is far In the lead with one or the
most villainous heads we ever saw thrown In
the face or a suffering community. Before the
enlargement, the Eagle had a little too much
head, but now It han't near enough to go
THE BEST PAl-EU'lV'THE STATE;
(Anthony Kepnbllcan. The Wichita Eagle
comes to us this Week enlarged and with a new
head. It U a grand number containing an
amount or information which evidently cost
much time and attention. The Eagle Is the
best weekly newspaper ln the SUte of Kansas.
nnd In saying this we do not under estimate
other paiers or ability and enterprise.
NO ENVV HEIIF.
Mchlta 'ileacon. Our contemporary, the
Eagle, has enlarged to a ten-colnmn paper. Its
quiet and subdued heading might be taken Tor
modesty, bnt there jou would be off. "The
Wichita City Eagle" In flamboyant script, was
at first necessary for Identification. That peri
od has passed. The world knows that the
Times Is the London Times, and the world now
knows that The Eagle sails In the empyrean of
the Happy alley. "Tbe" Is an unnecessary
prefix-It's a limitation , The Eagle means one
Esgle, though the most distinguished one of the
family. Ir "the" U meant aa a particularizing
word, It Is not enough; the family is a large
one and it has a great many disreputable rela
tions. "Tbe" Eagle means some particular
eagle, but which one? The harpy eagle, the
baldheaded eagle, the golden (haired) eagle, or
the spread eagle, which ? From IU size, evi
dently the last. Ten, we have hit It; the spread
eagle. But, badinage aside, our contemporary
Is a credit to the city and tate. It is larger,
but not as handsome as the old Eagle; that was
hanl to Improve
A GRAND KtrER. .
Caldwell'Commerelal The Wichita Eagle
appeared last week spread ont to ten columns In
width, with a new head, and loU of solid, well
written Information regardlngSedgwlck county
and tbe Arkansas valley. The Eagle is a grand
paper, but Jlarsn, wny ma yon aeeiect suen a
fearful head for the bird ' We don't like to see
a paper with a head on It like a mule, neither
hare we any particular fondness Tor one with
a toii-knot like a common barnyard fowl. Bow
to the aesthetic tastes of tbe wild, wild West,
and put a head on the bird more befitting Its
GROWS IN BEAUTY.
Anthony Journal.) The Wichita Eagle has
entered upon lU twclth volume and added a
very neat and tasty head As it grows older it
grows in beauty, and Is now one of onr best ex
changes. The secret of the whole thing Is, It
has always been a good paper, and, as a conse
quence, Wichita awl Sedgwick county have
given It their encouragement and support,
which has made It what it is to-day , one of the
first and best papers In the State Hay the Ea
gle ever flop her wings and be happy Is our
HANDSOMEST HE EVER SAW.
Eniporla Dally News The last Wichita
Eagle is a "boomer," and no mistake. The
old head gives place to a new oae which la a
great improvement. The words "The Eagle,"
are divided by a cut givlnga view or the Ar
kansas river, ou one bank or whleh is the rear
guard or a fleeing henl of bnSaloea, and aa In
dian chief on horseback, taking a last view of
the scene where is soon to rise a flourishing
city. In the stream, on a rock, Is an eagle
waving bis wings in trlamph, while on tbe op
posite bank is seen a train of cars and some
mills and elevators. The whole composes a
striking head-line for the ten columns of read
ing matter and advertisements, one column hav
havlng been added to each page, making the
Eagle the largest paper' In the State. One of
our boys pronounces It the handsomest newspa
per he ever saw, and he knows something about
the matter. This number commences volom
twelve or the paper, and as is Marsh's custom
on such occasions he spreads himself on ""
ln genera, and on the Arkansas Valley and
Wichita In partial lar.
ilra. Fred Lewis came back from Michi
gan yesterday, after two year absence.
She desire to sell her household good'.
v r i
3s, -Hi wuro-Jft Si
Having purchased' the antli iuteml of Mr.' Ellas In the late'flrrn'of
Ellas & Katz, I shall offer for ,. -
TWENTY DAYS ONLY, , M
The F.ntire Slock at
1 if in.!
To He Editor of tie KaaU:
The Afton township Sunday school con
vention will be heid at Rising Star school
bouse on Sunday, April 29th, with tbe fol
lowing programme, beginning at 9. :
Devotional exerciser C -,'C "J" ,
Address by G. Barth, on '"The, advan
tages of township conventions."
"How t secure and retain attendance,"
J. H. Bhoads.
Exercises by the school.
Statistical report of schools;
Exercises by tbe school.
Address on "The benefit of Bible simi
le.," by . MiBiK ' h U' M
"Qualifications of a Sunday school teach
er," O. Haycraft.
Address by Mrs. Barth, "The benefit of
scholars studying their lesson?."""
"How to benefit and interest a school,'
w .r n riAii
ExdMs)johoo, xjiJU f
All are invited to attend, especj'aliy saper
lntendent and teacher of other schools.
S. Tu2nrs, Preside n I.
W. K VanGieson, Secretary.
i:i:v i i
i. e. o. r .
Member of jrie4t!Lo!si3o. 93, a. O.
O. F. are notified that E. S. Bertram, Q. X.
wIIlYisUe4lo4ge next Friday evening
The brothers are requested to bepresenL
G. W. Fryes, Secretary.
.t.Af; .lvil . i.t
' 4 H MAWD.
By the Her. B. Kelly, at the residence of
mt. ecneu, m.uusciiy, n eaneway even
ing, ttM rj V AprilVnW. MUssXTsw.
of St." LobIi, tad Vraakle K. FerVlB,'
At a aaeeUmsT of the ttockholder ot the
rf-rYnvriij-'i --.. "niTVif1?t
il"a, WWs, 3eVV1ap' essBVBBMSl BBayBffjV(BSs
mad Stock A,oeltlo, heM Utis day, at
MetHia; use trawiag aaea pcrnuni,
YMstimuiiatmiii-saHttU .latttrt .smi
1 BlWWHw" W JsHHsmCvVwL
Vlee PresMeat-IT. llliwett,
2 PER GENT. BELOW COST?
This is exactly- the price I bought his interest at, and is only rloue
tor trie purpose or --.. r x I r ; J "d
"Ain't they exquisite!"
"Just too sweet for anything!
t & t
-al .f -rs i-
rvftt 'si - .
tr. I v,CsS?
?3M0K 4P6Ji33 3KT 3itt
if. Ul '
ttA MO--""?' ' K
t Vtft 'di tin-, "j
J fhat the said about the
Nerw Spring Gbods
to MltsHf V & ,r
Jtr, ie i no yjiu
r8Mfcrt-tts. o cr i AT'lXXES.&lItaSS?
st-ti!twmis -"'i-Jst to to (rti M JffxnWBt
htn Ui '.T'iic tii tit .aa ,8"5A .8TAH
i.f? V twatt
px-sar - 'mJ1
a Jhsacrt la
'LaoifibBcn J!!- it4 -m-u r-olr
fitia JiiptxntJ al ?fwil tOt." -viy
.A'MaiJio.i fp.)i,i i "U c ' ntff n ''
R-EJA:3E- ;SrH 0-E;S3fflDE.
UB:l tl ' ' ,U'-TiJ.i K I' fft
... ml.k ,il . tUl'1
' ,XL liavqfpkl rouirrd 'our lu .&
ifetl n w ffU- .r v---aasiT
,tla v w-u vt tt
f j$4 tiiswl HeiJ'
an enormous Lstock !
.asW" rt 4 W' t vtil 1
fs ! ij - i ?jir '
-i4li; i i, 11. li olll 'V" il'iT
J tam '.yu' ire iyiX ii u.
J.f'lsljtil-'-e ii'brdtmi tAtl ni)i .t-iA
lit JtVf&el hiBfW J0U3SB .
toV frt"l bstx ffttmn i--lfetWi' ij 4 (ftrtf ""
ftkf -vaAiiT ii-itui nA mtisiii WW ",-S S
rfj Ifitf vi "wovilt - 1 Sfe l.'ttet't ,fwu '
M n -rJ Hhicl ,ll M hfmiy'i. .1.1.-1 i... ...
. . .- . . riir iihi-c miv vsnjii
UmOS 'Kll''i Mi 1J .H"(J J
tUHt ,iwe .n'f ji 't so i rvA )
'.mb,tork Bisrtn ai.?i'- i
rr-v v -
.Weil W nwjK inft cU
It tehat the other one said.
Reducing Our Immense Stock.
i W A
T I )
The Stock is Complete in Everything you want in
.lfW.ii lrfiS t
weemary m. Mwa. - i
At the MsMjjMisLJhalMamiisT
-. J, -J? . 1 TH.'M T.
aSfVaBVvVfssa WWsaTsI TW,WW
; 3nuvj. mm
I ( & t i'
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BOOTS & SHOES.
Our Xeic Stocl of
S ? a:1 3ST O GOODS!
Will he hero iu 20
days, and we shall then ask a iirofit again on our
Cr Recollect that tbe above exceptional bargains will only
laet 20 days.
J... ZKZJLTZ. .
v.. "ir-tt-i? .fe v.
s w m. ., i..rt.is.ij.n. ' i fcVsissMgsssl-
li I t "j
We respectfully make the anntdince-
tnent to the ritizene of Wichita and
surrounding country, that we have
opened a Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods Store in Temple Block, next
door to the Kansas National Bank, ou
Main street. Our stock is new, and
comprises a nice selection of late styles
iu spring and summer goods. Call
and see us.
LARIMIR 4 8TIM80N. "
What an endless variety of colors,
shades and styles!"
"Did you see those lovely, 'new, white
embroidered robes for ladies?"
Said her mother.
f if "
" But what takes the cake is those sweet)
crushed strawberry silks, with para-
sols, gloves and hose to match."
t, WaiL U. ;- 'Jny - T
(JMVS 11 i nl
iS fll'vi . i '! niJ ml, i
.si' - ("I'I ,l 'ft, (111. ' Ml 5 '
3bjT3-r " r '-iikEiiR
'1 -j? tiw. '&
i. ill mtf
fa- i t bo to ' "
,1 a aru '
At.- ! rt .
A it u! -s
(l We must have the paro iliry occupy for our Dry Goods.
:MjC7ST nG3-ET RID OF 7HHIlr.
it) .' - . t
TW WIAJobl L-ots fl 50 centg a pair, . -;
"Job Lots at 75 cents a pair.
Job Lots at $1 00 per pair.
A Splendid Soot for $2 00.
COME AND LOOK AT THEM?
If you don't think llicm rlie.tp, don't take them. Don't mist thit elmoc.
Said the daughter.
t, V 'iH'il
'It is the only place where' vou can get
satisfaction in everything you- buy ;
everything is genuine and honest."
Thnt't what everybody aay.
'"Come and see for yourselves,!-L
j 1 """'. f .
Innes & Ross
T ..I I M H
Jil-.l" i' A
Laoi tad Town Lata Subject to Tz-Dd
Orrica or Cocsit Taias-iaaa, (
Wichita, Kaxa, April . less v
State ot Kansas, Se.lgwlck County, as
vitl-jt U hereliv clren that tbe fallow Idc
tract or land and town lots, situated in the
county and SUte aforesaid, bavin been subject
to taxation ror the jear 1HT, and said taxes not
baring lieen paid, the Treasurer or Sedgwick
count) offered ror sale and sold the same on the
Ttb day or September, I8S0. Tor the taxes and
chances or 18TU, the same remaining unredeem
ed at this date The rollowlng table shows the
total amount or taxes, charge and Interest on
each tract of land or town lot. calculated to the
7th day of September, 181. being the last day
or redempUon allowed by law, and unless re
deemed on or before said 7lh day or September,
1883, they will lie conveyed to holnr t ot tax
ne'seell town range le '!?H5
nw'ieecll town-range le WM
seK sec It town range le 1 1 V
sw' sec 11 town 23 range le 1JO ,0
Int l In usj. 2ft town 2t!le UiO
I Beginning at ne corotaw' oree'f ol nwV
. .v. .v.t a. ml, thftnr Mouth ft1 roilH
thence east rods thence north 6' twI
to place or beginning; au iu sec i niwn
27 range le..... - -
Mary K. Knglleh e'i of te'i ot oe' ut
sw'sec 21 town 27 range le
N A English beginning at se cor or
ne' or sw'i thence west 40 rods north
467 rt west 170 ft eonUi 487 ft thence 17o
n to beginning, all in sec 21 town 57
SO acres off the e tide or 'i ot ne'l sec 2S
town 27 range le ..........
neginaing 1109 ft wornecorof ne'iser
29 town 27 range le thence weit CIO It
thence south 25 ft thence east K ft thence
north 25 ft to place or beginning sec S"i
town 27 range le..... ","", :-
Tbe undivided 'i ot tract beginning at
nw cor. or eJ or nw, thence east 195 ft
S 44050-57 ft. W Wirt, n4t30-57 ft, to
place of beginning . .......
n', swf se'ise'iorew'.'or eeo , tnp
28, range2e ... ... ..,..
IOt No. 46 Georgia street tl l'aso ...
.. go " '
S Bnckner street, bl l's-o
.JiiMil-ES & LIPPITT-S.
(Hit 't"' f VV" have just received tor the spring trade thei
' " largest and most complete assortment of Wall Paper
ever brought to the State, while we have the hanil
otinest line of
78 5th are
37 Wichita st. Waterman to
Lot .No 39 Wichita st. Waterman to
Beginning at ne ror Lot No 3 Wichita
street Waterman's add. to city or
Wichita thence s 230 feet thene west
113 reet thence 70 ret east 113 feet
north 70 feet , ..-
Lot 37, Hirer st. Waterman to Waterman
Lot 39 do do do
Beginning at a point IU It sand 731 5-lo
wbrnecorswv, see 21 town 27 range le
thence s 284 rt e72ixnirt w,2 rt to
place or beginning w of above., . .
Lot N'o. 35 Chicago ave rihnman's add .
Lot no. 1 Moselystieet Abbott's add
Lot no. t Mosley street Abbott's add . .
Larrcnee Jrreif. Omit 4'Fsfffti'
. 10 " j" J-
! 14 I V i'
Cheap Wall Paper
In the City.
r full Iiw
We have made a specialty of
Fine Art Decorations,
having the only complete slock of decoration paper in
Fill furnish plant for decorating public nnd pri
vate rooms. No trouble with paper-hangers, aa wo
hang onr own paper (eraplojing none but the bast
workmen). If yon want the
Handsomest Boom in Town,
leave our orders with us. We also have on hand a
full line of
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90 Boelner " 5f,
,, , . .. 50
,, .. 5 V ' ' Ml
ja ' 50
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.. 32 " " .30
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y, .sA'HJ i "j Ut
j .. .. 40 " 50
. 4 " W
44 " " . 50
,. .. 40 '. " 30
, .. 48 " 30
m 7T, Vl"-.' IV '
I 4i ssl " " 50
4 ia so
" iPK 'itl I ." l- " l, i 50
iA ' " " 50
flC " ". " 50
.. 88 , 1 73
90 " " " 1 75
" 15 Market " 175
1 " 3 Mala " "' l 73
, 53 Baltimore arcane, F.I Pai 2 03
. aa ' " " i so
(B " ' ' I 80
. M ,, IN
. .... to ' W
i 71 - - - '-- 33
,. joe 1 30
" " 112 " " " -I
e 'i nw' sec 4 towata m 2...- 70
Ai'nMir uws9i tnn29rans:e 2e -79 90
ne '-'ne.'iMc 35 town 25 range lw 2120
neiwVjae36U-n23rage2w.. ...... 30 55
Lot3ietowii25raage2w.... .'..... 24 5.
Window Shades and Fixtures."
4 J 1
TOWV OF WEST WICHITA
Walnut street ,m..:.
WICHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE.
OI5Hf DV J2STD IS V Jil N HTG
For the reception of pupils in
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4. . . .1 S3
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12 .... .l 55
14 1 35
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18 1 55
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Xot nilrertisiii" wind. Our cuotoincr will find every pnir
3ivt-IK:lD DOWIST TO SEJLJj:
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Undar th Horssshoo
INNES & ROSS.
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ToftlM ATtmtOrme Ir mill ft' Addition.
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3 1 55
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Penmanship and Double Entry Bookkeeping.
t - c j PXXMXN8HIP, Coune of 16
I bKMb . BOOKKEEPING, Courteof S
.... 30 00
KCSSELL HALL. Mala Street.
r. C. X.MWIM, Trtmeipml.
aw 'i see 16 torra 7 raafe 4w.
tw'i see l icwmao nuur ' r
sw4"sc8tow-W range 3w.
ee'iseclJtowaWraaire 3w ...
mii sw' see 14 town 28 raan Sw
ae U sec town - w
e'.'of w'.'andsew,','ee 26 town
, owJ see 28 town 38 rase 3w
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i!tilfieitt-itiisii rr.uu'.t Htm
88 ., i
ft trft av.i
T. H. Jackson, th Cmmm 8ea U -uat
ataa, ha arrived ia tki dty, a4 wIH
reatala for Urea watt fer ttw pwraM of
adnstWaf tie Ctmrnttm fliw Hiiwit
vjSOaJ'R. S""'".,'5,"" F""-'"
Tk powder are tto grnat worw svty
fawdor. tor ara anil ! Don't
a to hear JaekMoTgW kt gnat hum
ftBHc, atriHlaslrsolK ttk mkHtvUL Mli-ii
ooraM and loouralit aUto tor fcoraoa.
ivllvtVaWjjMU ilroetly m tte Jdaiyj.ttror
.t- f "
,!tr- Mr ko-
JaH astd aa, aad yoa wlH be i-rprtaed
howekeastyo- cm got a good, reHable
AaaorteM watoa, Mly warrasrttd at tie
Boos Jewelry Home
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Mow tte it wtt W ot 1 AaeJtwet la
IteeMsW. Tmt Bock. int door to
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STEVENSON & PECKHAM,
Silfrnsum to Stevenson, hmorv A Tafl,
li.3l k'lSS E,TOPEH.EASS.
VV HOI KstAI.h A ItETAII.
DRY GOODS & CARPETS.
Finest Stock of Goods to be Found
in the State.
Mall Orders rroin the Conntrv sf.llrtel, and
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Samples of Good and
I'rlrea will be aent on application Semi Tour
same anil adilrex fur our Spring Cataloue(
containing High SovclHes In TlTwn Goode
At the regular meeting- of the Iloanlof tuanty
ComnilsKloneri of the U.ontr of Sedgwick,
"tntror Kannae, brgnn on th 16th ilayor April.
A . 0. lm3, the following order wa made br
Said Iloantot Couutv Commltloners, and en
tret upon the reconis of said lloanl of (onntr
regulating the running at large sf animate
Ordfred, by A' TUtard of County Coumtteloturl of
the Count f of Sfxl ftrirt, stale of Kentatr
That the following animals shall Dot be al
lowed to ran at large within the bonnd of the
loaatr of Sedgwick; SUte of Kahaas, via
llore, mares, nmlce, neat cattle, eheep.
Swine and goat
TbUorler shall take effect on th 11th dar of
liar, A f 1881 This oriler ihsll be pub-ll-h-1
fur four suoceiwlve weeks prior to the
date lait named la th The Ksolk. a news-
taper publlibnl Id said county, and proof of
aorh i ubllcatlon eball lsenterel upon thei
nal of the proceedings of thle Inanl
MTATK Of KANSAt, ..
l.E A. Ih.rsef. CoantT Clerk of the Coiintv
or h-ilgwlck, lute of KiintM, do hereby for
tify that the foreirolng lsa true copy of the
enter of the lloanl of County CommlMloners of
thefonntyof Hedzwlek, Stale of Kansas, reg
totaling the raanioa; at large of aalmals, as
SPwar of record In the Journal of procfislinge
Witnea my hand and official eeul Ibla Ibe
11th day of April A. II. 1883.
lout,.! r.. a. iiuiuai,
r -. 1 . tuintr Clerk of Jflitwlck Lountr. Kaoeae.
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In the HUtrlct (.nurt of Pertgwlrk rnnnty.
1 I . Orrull. plalntlx,
Annie (.arroll. derendant.
, Aiie ftWICBSiiK" niHwuaai,.iiigiiAiiuill
It hereby notlflM that she has been ened by the
l8.nanied plalotlff le the DUtrlet Court of
hedgwlck coonty, Kansas, awl that unlese she
asswer the petition tiled agalaat her In said
action In the nfflce of the clerk of said district
toorf by th 25th day of May. A . I. 1883, said
Iietltlon wilt be taken as true and Judgssest will
ie rendered In said arttou, divorcing the plain
tUT from defendaat and grastlng the plalalla
the car and ciHtodvnf htelle at. Carroll, on
Hie ground alleged le said petition, aad le
(ccnnlanre wlih the praver of laid petition.
STA5LKV A WAU.,
3-1 Attorneys fur Plaintiff.
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IiegaJ I Notice.
I, Hib. Illftlrfrt I'nar nt Attlirwtfk mnlr.
1 55 tlilanffftiiHli.
IJO., r, I J. f Margaret I'oeey, plalntlir.
J4.. .153 1 b. ir. 1'w.ey. defendant J
!r? .153 Th above-eameii deteadanl l hereby notl-
'; ISS (I that he has Immii sued by th said plalntlC
13,, , .J sa a tlie District Court ot Sedgwick eoeafr, Kaa
"46 JTA mm. and that anle heanewer the uetlttoBla
147 s I 53 uideose, Bled lo the oasceef tbe clerk of sobl
31. . 1 55 fendant, divorcing plalotlBT from defesdaat ra
4. ... 153 l,l Minion.
Blv.i 153 ST.V5UtT WALL.
156 153'.-4 t,ln , l!msl1Biia
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Waal to see gem of Uylor' art la (priog
s4 s. uijcaee, men in me ossceei inecierwoi seui
' M I eoort, by th Klh day of May, A . D. UB, said
i, . S3 fetltioa will be taken a true, aad Jodemest
- . 55 wUI be rlsrad in said actfam sqleet El de-
lendant, divorcing piainun rrora neienusnioa
- 541 the several ground alleged IB aald petMb ,
I awl In acconlanca with the orarer of nlalarir
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