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PEESOXAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OK NEWS.
WICHITA,KANS AS.APRIL 19, 1883.
J. F. Bradabaw cashed 10,000 worth of
bit stock lait week.
Mrs. D. Hay will go cast io a few day
Tor a prolonged tialt.
Rugglea, Bentley, Stanley and Slues arc
attending court In Kingman.
Kasael lusjuit gotln some of the finest
gold watch cases ever brought to thli city.
Clay Pearson it dead, and hi wife write
that abe it coming back to Wichita to lire.
May it our rainy month, and warm, dry
weather la needed until the corn ia in and
Mayor Orlffenstein la offering acre plat
of ground for sale for realdencea. See no
Joaeph Akke wia making bfa annual spring
rlilt, looking after hia Interest! In laDda and
Mra. Dr. Kabrique and daughter Wattle
are getting ready for a visit to Memphis,
Mm. F'a. old home.
Mr. J. M. .Steele wan called to Topeka
auddenly by Monday night's train, but ia
expected to be home by to-day.
Ororgs Matthews aaya the bardnare men
would like to knon when the water-work
company expect to (tart a pea nut stand
The bright smiles of Amoa Iloiick'a open
face hare been lighting up tbe surrounding
for a tew days. Ilia wife and child are here
The Hiawatha World aaya of senator In
galla' lecture : "No other Senator, uo other
American, ban made ouch an imperishable
portrait ol Garfield."
Judge Itarnes, l.'nlted State, district at
torney forMexico, is visiting hie eon-ln-law,
Judge V. T. Campbell of this elty. Juilge
H." noma la In Santa V.
Trael on the 'Frisco ia Increasing great-
ly, especially to this point. Kvery eenlng
the train from St. Louis leaves from out- to
three 'bus loads at Wichita.
Mr 0. It. Miller, oue of Wichita's nioit
substantial and wealthy citizens, left Tor
Iowa on Monday to be absent on a matter
of buslneaa for a couple of weeks.
(Arkansas City Trairlrr.)
Tbe Wichita Kaui.k has been much Im
proved, and we think It one of the bosct
county papers published anywhere.
J. K.Sawyer, Wichita' bridge builder
has been awarded the contract tor three
Iron bridges in Cherokee county, where he
had already constructed two bridges.
Kd. Boss has opened a jok carpenter shop
In Exton'a old stand, near tbe city mill. lip
solicits a share of the public patronage and
guarantees satisfaction to his patrons.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnvey arrited homo from1
New York last week. After Mr. H.'s re-I
ovcry from his sudden Indisposition a dc.- !
Il(!htful time wa bad with old friends ami '
Tho philosophy ofdeath, or death a nit
uarl and necessary event In man's cxls
tenre, Is a subject ably bandied In an ar
ticle or sermon to be found on the first
page of this paper.
At a meeting of the Garfield Post Tues
day evening, a vote of thanks was passed to
Misses Nina Caldwell, Kdlth Tltsworth aud
Klla Fuller fgr services rendered at Ihc fu
neral of Comrade Hays.
J. T. L'lllot, an old timer and ex-street
commissioner, called yesterday. He re-
sides at Lamed, but will In nil probability
return to Wichita to live. He has a fine
ranch in l'awcee county.
Tho San Francisco CUnmicle, referring to
the U. 8. Senate says, the western States
will have to send a different class of men
to Washington If tbey would hold their
own with logalls. or Kansas.
Mr. Reuben Itoj a has purchased Justice
JunLcnnan'a home place. What Benben
wants with a home might be a tuatter of
conjecture with some but not with tho-e
who hate been invited to be present.
The superintendent of the gas worka waa
here In company with Mr. Hill on Friday
last. The company is making a good ready
and when desirable grounds are secured
will rush the enterprise right through.
Sir. H. C. Wilson, of St. Louis, of
son & Toms, in company with Garver made
Us a very pleasant call. They had been out
to Mr. W's cattle ranch, In Kingman, where
he tins four hundred head of fine cattle.
Wni. Bj s, the old soldier, who, crippled
aud worn out, has been a charge of the
Grand Aimy of the Republic. In this city
tor many mouths, has gone to hit reward.
Garfield Tost No. 25 burled blm with hon
ors'. It would be uo bad thing for those inter
ested to observe Arbor Day by planting
trees In their lots In Highland cemetery.
That knoll looks anything but Inviting In
it bleak barrenness while Itmlght be made
a pleasant place.
Sir. George Axtell, who owns property In
Union township, a cousin ol Commissioner
StecnrodV, Is back here from New York.
George left Sedgwick nine years ago, and
the transformation of town and country
Hermann Ziethen has opeucd a barber
shop and doing business on hia own hook.
He baa a neat clean room next door to B.
IC. Ilrown's store where he would be pleas
ed to ss bia friends when they want a
shave or hair cut.
Hev. Hewitt, who has given much study
and thought to the Poiled Angus breed ol
cattle, attended tho Kansas City sale. Sir.
Robert Lawrence purchased a young bull
of the Slalthcws herd for which he paid
9425, we arc informed.
The Hyrra Slaters will give one ol their
very excellent entertainment, at the opera
,,.',. c , , ' , ' I
house next Saturday cicnlm?. TM rom.
house next Saturday cicniiig. This com
pany la one of the few concert singers that I
are entitled Precognition and support from I
tbe public on their merit.
Tho iron for the big bridge has all been
doue live or six weeks ready for shipment,
but tbe stone piers are going up verj
lowly. The new superintendent ordered
the first pier built taken down on account
of the cement used being inferior.
A fire on south Water street the other
day, supposed to have been set by pome
children at play, destroyed a log house In
which were stored the carpenter tools of C.
P. Smythe and the finishing lumber ofTbos.
Holmes' our foreman new bout.
York Sun says after looking
over the field, that Ingalls, of Kansas ia J
one of the most available men of the Re
publican party for Picsident of the United
States. Tho Senator will speak in Wichita
next Tuesday ev enlng at the M. E, church.
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Some of Sedgwick county's leading fruit
grower would have it that all the peaches
were killed. They drammed away at tbe
assertion until the Eagle so announced
Now the truth I. and we have examined
for ourself, there will be a good many
Tbe county commissioner contemplate
Improviug the court houe and jail square
on upper Main street, with which matter
in view they requested by 'resolution three
gentlemen to look the premises over aud
report or suggest the best and Most econ
A United State, surveyor tells Hon.W.
E. Stanley that the name ol tbe pellucid
stream on the west side does not mean a
betfer's hide at all, that Cowshin is an In
dian, name and la spelled "Scousqueln."
As to who has probably stretched It, la left
with the acute reader.
Mr. Robert Lawrence, at tbe late aeaaoa
of the Emporia Prebyeryt was chosen as
delegate to tbe National General AsasiiBbly
wblch meet next month at Saratoga, New
York. The honor was worthily bestowed
and the duties or tbe responsible position
could not have fallen to better hands.
Flolay Bos has received, a set of .parlor
ftoraltsre -consisting of. ven plealttit
price orwhlch Is 9300. HI sale room it
by ISO feet on first Door and his stock and
althlng room M by 100 feet second. Hoor
with an elevator that works to a charm.
He Is doing a big tsd growing buttnes.
Emporbt Dally Kw.
Quite a number of newspaper through-
et Use State have craptiMBtd )i. M.
JCawdoek, of the Wichita EaGU, by jmb-
MiMistMereeeat poem on 'Tho Nile of
V TMt will dmbtl4avt u
feaire a isajittW iBtwte.t'tm Mm
h MavsW of. Webster VasaJWsmJssW'a
a . ' & -. ,imlt',Br '.tS.i .A.ik
it CmifTUN PHILOSOPHER.
The iter. Or. A. O. Briclunan, who baa
been lecturing and preaching In thia city
tor a week past, is a Chriatlan philosopher
who reaches for eatentiala and ultimate.
He ia unquestionably a man of wonderful
power' and great erudition who hat not
only pried Into the secret of nature with
the methods of the scientist, but whore
trained brain baa gone far Into the myatery
of hidden tblngt, Aa a atudent of the at
tribute of God and theophilantbropiam
we, have never heard hia equal. With blm
tbt croeds are bat tbe outward husks; the
loveof Cod and ol tbe neighbor tbe pre
serving Irult that savea and elevatea the
aoul. He who can direst himself of preju
dice, be be ealnt or tinner, can only hear
Dr. Briekman with a benefit which cannot
be measured. Hit lecture on manman the
actual, living, substantial spirit, the ego,
at the Presbyterian Church, aa also bia ser
mon at tbe Baptist Church on the Heavenly
State, differed from the ordinarily orthodox
Tlewa at lull daylight differs 'from an early
dawn, and tbey were Just aa scriptural.
now.fromihe hand of Infinlte'Love could
come both everlasting happiness and eter
nal punishment was, for the first time in
our life, made not only reasonable, but ab
solutely unavoidable. And this ratne In
only Incidentally, yet it la a problem which
has clouded tbe lite of thouaanda of tbe
roost brilliant and logical of men. We
would like very much to give a review of
what we heard on these two occasions, but
It would require far more space than we
can epare. It would take columns to give
even our own impressions. Dr. Briekman
was originally from the German school of
philosophers, educated at the University of
Berlin, became a divine in tbe Lutheran
Church, wrote a history of the orthodox
churches, also scientific text-books, besides
being a professor in an educational lni mil
lion in Baltimore, Maryland, hia present
home, formally years; therefore he is u
thinker, who was only induced to come to
Wichita because he waa persuaded that be
could do good. He will deliver three or
four more lectures and maybe one more ser
mon and those who miss them will miss.
Ilfflllltlll tlllVt tllff .. w.l .if .rr.l.i ft -In
J ol cur;e.oUlv tbe more enllcht. ned will
comprehend all the sublimities iu which lie
deals, but all can understand enough.
We were very much gratified with the
position taken by Itev. Harper the other
night. All honor to the manhood and the
true Christian spriit which he eilnccd, and
which would have been uproariously ap
plauded but for the time aud place.
THE NILE OF AMERICA.
In addition to tbe honor of having a doz
en leading papers of the State reproduce
our poetical picture, or rather succession ol
pictures of the Arkansas at sunset, comes
the flalteriugjuatterof a review from Maj.
Iuman through the columns of his paper,
the i'alina JrralJ. As all army officer sta
tioned on these plains before the advent of
civilization, as ttic compiler of a history of
the first Spanish exploration oftbU valley
and as an author of several books, such a
notice Is of course very gratifying. Major
Inman is not only a scientist but of a high
poetic temperament, and the spirit which
has ever hovered over this stream Is as fa
miliar to him as the face of a friend. He
"On our first page we publish a poem
with the caption of this article, written by
Hon. M. SI. Murdock, of Wichita. The
subject, to us w ho knows tbe strange stream
of which ho writes, la as fertile in historic
facts as tbe storied river of Kgypt's sandy
plalus. The author hsa not only caught tbe
cadence of the "silent river" as It drinks up
the infiltrated rain-drops on tts restless way
to the sea, but tlie prophetic afflatus also of
the "great Talley" of the years which are
'It would be difficult to assign the vers!
ficatlou to any regular system. It is pecul
lar ami resembles, nearer than any other
perhaps, the early Saxon poetry, known to
literature as the alliterative,
The description of thcalmot illimitable
stretch of "Wind-swept swells transfixed"
watered by the Arkansas, as it was before
the march of-civUlzatlon In the first five
verses ia beautiful and poetical without
'The reference to the "river" as Corona-
do's Nemesis, is no doubt historically cor
rect, for in all probability, near where Wich
ita nestles so lovely in tbe beauty ofitssur-
rouudlngs, that celebrated Spanish adven
turer in search of the mythical Cjuivlra,
parted, necessarily, with tbe majority of bis
bravo little command, who retraced' their
steps to. Old Mexico, while he, with only a
Wil-jfcoreormore of his proud nobles, rcluc
tautly marched northward to seek still fur
ther the Alnaschar of his dreams.
"The last verse, which sings of the regen
eration and the metamorphosis of tbe det
est Into a wonderful empire, baa the living
facta for the endorsement of Us truthful
uess." BERMUDA CRASS.
A week or two ago we had somthlng to
say ot Bermuda grasa and Its probable adapt
ability to our soil. We wrote to Siontague
county, on Ked river, Texas, where it
grows very luxuriantly, for Information,
and the following letter gives all the impor
tant points as to its excellence, its manner
of propagation and where It can be ob
tained: Montague, Tkxa.x, April 12, 1S83.
X. il. iturdoel:
Ittsr-KCTKl. Silt Yours of the 0th inst.
received and in reply have to say: Bermu
da grasa surpasses any grata I have ever
seen. It surpasses the Kentucky bluegrass,
it stands tbe severest drouths, will fatten
hogs, flue for horses and cattle, never dies
out ouoe set out, and you have the finest
pastures in the world. Your State would
grow It finely. Once you try it you would
be delighted with it Prepare yourground,
plaut it four apart, and in twelve months It
will cover tbe ground. One acre planted
two.feet apart. In twelve month' will give
you sets enough to plant forty acres. It
will grow on hard ground, In old roads.
But plowing and setting out ia best. Cut
oil' a branch or sprig two inches long, stick
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plenty of the roots In St. Loula at 99.00 per
1,003 pouuus, wmen win set out nve acres
It ia fine to set out in court-bouac yards.
JA8. SI. GltlGSLEV.
AN IMMENSE AFFAIR.
Sir. Dravcs, of Park township whose Hoi
stein cattle and cheese factory enterprise
we alluded to last summer two af three
times, has got matters Into shape and has
. V ... - l. ,- a f. .J .l.t Af
gone to Xcw York to. receive and ship fif
teen car loada of Uolstein cov s and heifers.
His main creamery building Is 40x70, two
torles high and the lower story is entirely
ol flag stones. He will milk 7C0 cows. The
stables and stall of the milkers are very
finely arranged, each cow being held to her
place by a little chain arranged on the plan
of the fastenings of penitentiary cells so
that by the slipping of oue bolt an hundred
cows are released at a single turn of tbe
wriat. A twenty horse-power steam en
gine ia being put In this week. Eleven
families are engaged to run the creamery.
Sweltzer cheese will be turned off by the car
load as will be common cheese and cream
ery butter. II 1 the biggest thing or tbe
kind in, the state II not in the west.
CORN IS CORN.
The selling and shipping of corn to east
ern market will soon be thing of the past
In this valley. Corn will only be shipped
after It has been profitably picked on the
inside and outside of the ribs of cattle and
hogs, In which1 shape ten bushels can be
shipped for the cost ol the shipment of one
bushel on the cob or in sack shelled. Corn
is corn therefore and will be a long a
hoga are hog. Horace Carpenter, one of
our bog buycr,ajs upwards of nine hun
dred thousand dollar have been paid to the
farmers of Sedgwick county for hogs alone
within year. He aaya his bank check
book show that he has paid out up
wards of two hundred and forty thousand
dollars, or an average of 2t,000 per month.
And corn will be corn in another respect
and that ia scarcity, and price be fore the
next crop can be matured.
We shall get through telling about the
wonderful anccas and profit of live stock
raising In Sedgwick county when ouj farm
en jaU tsWaf us of their sneceseea, prob
ably not .hetera. .George DadJanaa cold
last Saturday on .this market thirty-four
two-year-old ateert which averaged 1.M6
pounds, and which brought him the asm of
ceS.W ceats. Mr. D. said to us farther
that he had toraet. of his farm the past
yaar esata to 9&M worth srf grata, pro
Mw sM stock, ilf the Sacks hoaM etoar
of rack awn per aBBn hair the
aa4 ensrka hi the' eoaty weald
iasft aMtaVaMssvasataasMM saTavvaraSaawhleh
TrK POWER OF THE MTU W9KS.
On invitation we witnessed a teat of the
power of the pumps at the water works tbe
other day. With twenty-seven pounds
boiler pressure of steam, equal U twelve
ponndsto tbe square inch vacuum, and
ilxty seven and one-half pound preore to
the square Inch on the mains, thirty bar
rels of water per minute waa thrown out of
tbe top ol tbe stand pipe U0 feet above tbe
ground. This was with a single pump, at
about forty strokes to tbe minute. Mr.
Myers, tbe engineer, assures us that he
could, in additien to the above volume, fur
nish water for ten fire nozzles without in
crease of steam or pressure.
SENATOR IN6ALLS ON GARFIELD.
Because the entire press of the Nation,
as well as tbe pulpits and political rostrums,
for a year were filled and rang with matters
connected with the life and character of
the lamented Garfield, none need therefore
expect Senator Ingalls address will lack In
the essential elementof freshness. Those
who have beard it, unhesitatingly declare
that nothing like it has been uttered or
written. In truth there is nothing stereo
typed or second handed about Senator In
galls, or In his make up. He Is wholly
original and intesely unique in hia ways
and expressions. General Wilder and No
ble l'rentis have both written reviews of
his lecture on the character of Garfield.
Ingalls knew Garfield nearly thirty years
as boy and roan, as Wilder says, "a good
subject to paint; a skillful artist holds the
brush." He attended school with blm ; was
co-editor with him In a college paper, and
knew him Intimately in all bis alter life.
None cau afford to miss hearing Senator
Ingalls next Tuesday night at the Si. E
IT BLOWED. DIDN'T IT?
All tbe spare zephyrs of the world mar
shalled hereabouts last Friday and we were
treated to a blow which would have silenced
the bowling winds that encircle tbe icy
throne of old floieas. The regular thing-
of sitting down on Its bind legs and just
simply bowling was abandoned by the storm
ol Friday as being too tame, and the breeze
just turned summersets and tore up the
turf. A full-rigged woman sailing dowu
street was a sight not to be forgotten when
one got the sand out of his eyes long enough
to sec. Tbe sight of a 'woman making
against the wlud wasn't possible, because
shecouldnn't. No great damage waadone
to far aa hearJ from. The stable of W. B.
Williams, containing slxhead of horses, was
blown to pieces, but none of the horses
were hurt. The frame of a new bouse be
longing to Mrs. Hunter, on the west side,
was blown down and a number of light
sheda, and so forth, were stood bottom side
up In different parts of the town. The
blow kept up till after midnight when a
splendid'rain settled matters.
Abblc, child of Kobcrt and Laura Law
rance, aged three years months and fifteen
O, Uodt Thou doet all things tUely, and I
question not thy dec re !
Perchance 1 had forgotten that m treasures
were lent torn;
Rut, ah 1 tho benumbing anguish, to list for
Aa the dear form chills and stiffens In the cold,
cold clntchof death !
It Is the hand of the Infinite Father that
lets fall the dark curtain, but on the other
aide it is all bright if we would only see.
Faith can and may catch a gleam of the
beauty of your sweet Abbie's new found
home, where she will develop in loveliness
as she waits, surrounded by a glorious com
panlonsbip for father and mothsr and for
grandpa too. The wasting burning check
was only the visible clay, which was dear
becauae Itneld that which was precious,
but Abbie's baby face, is unchanged ex
cept in that it has grown more winsome
and fullcrof grace in every feature. So think
of her, and the gloom of that little tomb on
yondera slope wblch belds only what was
the envelope of her bright loving soul, will
give place to restful assurance and a sweet
anticipation of meeting beyond the con
fines of time and change.
Sir. W. G. and Mary M. Hacker have been
overwhelmed with sorrow. Of a bright,
happy family of five children a few days
since, but three arc left, two of these but
Infants. Words, in the presence of such a
calamity, arc of no avail. Two have died
within n week. Little Charley, tbe father's
pride and hope, waa tbe last to go. The
whole community sympathize with these
unhappy parents whose home yet, In the
deep quiet, echoes with the happy laughter
of the biother and sisterly group which has
gone, almost hand in hand, to a home where
disease and pain can never enter. But tbe
father will miss little Charley from bis side.
' ' Look on his pretty face for jnst one mlnnte,
Ilia braided frock, hia dainty button shoes,
Ills arm shut hand, the favorite plaything In It,
And tell me, fathers, wasn't tt hard to loose
And miss him from my side
My little boy that died?"
When good-night kisses 1 all 'round am giving,
I Leep one for him, though he la so far.
Can a mere grave divide
Me from him though he died ?
Little Newton B., tbe bright little gem of
Mr. S. D. and Sirs. C. E. Pallett's home,
died, of a relapse of spinal meningitis
brought on by an attack of the measles,
last Sunday, at their home in this city.
He lacked only a levr days of being two
years old, and the manly little fellow strug
gled hard against tbe terrible disease. Ills
little body was taken to tbe family burial
place, at the old home on the Cowakin; his
spirit went swiftly back on bright wings to
the God wbo gave it.
Sheriff Watt and Marshal Cairns are a
team and when a horse-thief can get away
from either or both of tbem it is a cold day.
Tbe leaders of the gang, two of whom were
shot at Hunnewell last week, were taken In
here by Watt and Cairns and several horses
recovered. One of them, as he passed his
pistol to Cairns, cocked it, and had not our
marshal, with the quickness of thought,
knocked the thief down he would have
been a dead man. Sheriff Watt says it waa
tho closest call he ever saw. Frank Wil
liams and Jim Merrill, who were arrested,
came up through the Territory with the two
Ross brothers who were killed tbe day be
fore by a posse at Hunnewell. Pat Corne
lius was another oi the gang. Sheriff Watt
says all the horses disappearing from here
last summer were taken by this gang and
sold in Texas.
We notice that McCoy, the feed-store
man, has removed eight doors west of bis
old stand, into Brown's building, formerly
n..iiln.l a a titllnlial- al.nn -, j. Iia l
UII,U)1CU 9 M UUKUU SUVJ-, UIC U Ul-
ample room aud proposes to do the feed
and commirsion business in good shape.
With ample appliancesincluding a tele
phone, be Is sure to do a good butincsa.
He has christened bia business place '-The
Boss" and tbe future will probably justify
Wichita has a musical prodigy in tbe per
son ot Master Frank Bidweli wbo not only
composes but plays In a wonderful manner.
"The Belles ol Kansas," a waltz, Just pub
lished by Perry & Son, i a ringing piece of
music, at least a rendered by himself,
uruiiBUb iu iuuc sou measure iu uie last
note. Frank ia only sixteen years old, he
tells us, but a piano fairly jumps off its teet
when It keyboard i subjected to his ener
We always thought the Wichita Eigijc
could not be excelled for beauty and make
up, but now comes the flipper itself and up
sets all our theories on the question, by so
far out-shining its former beauty that we
would hardly know it. The Eixge has
been enlarged to a ten column paper and
given a new top, which speaks In thunder
tones of the taste or tbe readers. Writing
Ionian. A farmer in this county last fall went to
one of our bank and borrowed money
enough to buy three hundred head of cat
tle tc feed his own corn and hay to. He
paid thirty dollars per bead for the cattle
for which be has been offered this spring
seventy dollars per bead, or an advance of
10,500. Pretty good price for hi crop of
corn we should say.
Senator Ingalls ha sever appeared be
fore a Wichita audience- Tbe opportuni
ty to hear the acknowledged orator of the
State will be offered next Tuesday evening
at the Methodist church. His scholarly at
.talaments aad polished address are even
prosaiaent la nek a body u the IT. 8. Sea
ate, afaet of cosamon aoterlety aad reaurk.
Mr. DrWIshart, of St Loh, the geaeral j
passenger ageat of the St. L. S. F. &. R.,
peat Saaitey aad Moaday la or city. Ha
aaya bo ptaee oa theiraiaehaadred aaUeaaf
that railway Ua-rowlaMMbajUaaialryaBs1
rapidly aa WieMta, or aaywhonaoar K, except-
fW)tfBe)iv', BsrHssjaas4t. Jsosal-BriV 2'
Avery beaiaM aa4 1 iiiri.ia ,par. ia
nxwai iavy..Mjrtiaiu. nii:mr
aMiiNr aMwasti arsatiitiiit assta. pjas4WjaijafeVdS aZS2?SSSaSS3mS5.i- ,ratas-l'fcsfci y-y're.v.-Urt-f'T- 7 'z.1 - ... :
Tbe following are detached paragraphs
from the Hiawatha WotWt review of Sena
tor Ingalls' lecture:
Ingalls did not succeed in making Gar
field a hero ; did not try to ; It was the as
sassin wbo made his fame earth-wide
Garfield's approach to sublimity waa on his
death bed, shot by an assassin, tortured by
Ignorant medical men, but uncomplaining ;
a Chriatlan sufferer.
Our Kansaa Senator ia as happy as.Dean
Swift when he gets hold of a human rep
tile that be can torture with bis Plutonic
rhetoric The late Guiteau filled tbe bill
lor tbe first time. Tbe monster was paint
ed without naming him, and buried in
measureless oratorical vituperation and
the gentle hope was expressed that tbe
hideous wretch would be "an alien even in
Mr. Ingalls was also at home In dragging
poor Hayes out of his grave, placing blm in
the funeral audience at Washington, and
stabbing him as the "hypocritical hiatus."
Probably Ingalls attended some of those
dry presidential dinners given by Lucy
Hayes, and be may stilt remember that
Rutherford never drank wine when he bad
to pay for it.
There were marvelous pictures of scenes
at Washington, the journey to Cleveland,
lbs people there, the final burial In the pit
iless storm touches recalling Thucydides.
Xo other Senator, no other American, has
made such an imperishable portrait of Gar
There will be a grand sciopticoii exhibi
tion at Eagle Hall, on tbe 19th Inst., by El
der J. II. Bell, pastor of the second Baptist
Church, in the interest of that church. El
der Bell was called to the pastorship o
tbe church on the 0th Inst., for one year,
and has the foundatiou of a uew church
constructed and paid for. The Elder has
about "3 or 80 different scenes to be pre
sented on the 19th Inst, and will accompany
each one with an explanation. Coma ones
come all, and help us to help ourselves.
Admission 25 and 13 cents. Doors open
at 7 o'clock.
SIRS. SI. L. Covington, Secretary.
DARWINIAN-IS MAN THE DECENOENT OF THE
Rev. A. O. Briekman will deliver a prac
tical lecture in the Slethodist church, Wed
nesday evening, the 25th Inst. Subject
The difference between man and animal.
or the hypotheses of Prof. Hackel, of
Geua, and Prof. Darwin reviewed in the
light of spiritual-rational empiricism.
Wheat . U5
Export Steers 4(jG
Slesteycra Tourists will be in the city for
one night only, and will be the last enter
tainment by Craddock A Davis of the sea
son. This is a funny show fun from the
time the curtain rises until it fills ou the
last act. If you want an hour of rich,
rare fun, now is the golden opportunity.
The ticket office Is open to-day.
tOsage City free Press 1
We omitted to mention a week or so ago
as we should, the great improvement re
cently made in the Wichita Earlk. UN
now unquestionably the finest weekly pa
per in Kansas, and the finest one we ever
saw, mechanically, and it has alwajh been
conducted with marked ability.
The annual shearing under the manage
ment or the Arkansas Valley Wool-Grow
ers' Association will be held at Packer's
stable In Wichita on Saturday, April 21st,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.
W. II. ItAXSOX,
Fine Resident Lot For Sale.
Mr. Win. Ureiffeuttein offers for sale on
reasonable terms and fair prices, a number
of reatdent lota, each containing a full acre
of ground. For particulars call on him or
J. M. Steele. 4-tl
Wa2tei A man who is lame wants to
get employment herding sheep, in Sedg
wick or llutlcr county. Address, Herder,
at this office.
I wish to announce to the ladies or Wich
ita that I have just returned from Chicago
with a fine stock of spring wraps. Also the
latest novelties in hosiery, both silk and
Hale. The finest selection of neck wear in
tbe city. An elegant assortment of dress
buttons and trimmings. Children's linen
suits, infants cloaks beautifully embroider
ed. Infants robes and short dresses. A
fine assortment of silk mitts and gloves in
newest shades and tints. Ladies and chil
dren's underwear, corsets, and In fact eve
rything to complete a lady's wardrobe.
Call and examine; no trouble to show
goods. Mrs. M. J. Sherman,
4-2t so Main Street.
It Will Coit Ton Nothing
To'gct from Drs. Starkey & Palen, llt
G Irani street, Philadelphia, an honest
opinion in your case, if you are suffering
from any chronic disease, as consumption,
catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism, or ner
vous irritability and weakness! They are
making wonderful cures with their new
Compound Oxygen Treatment. Write to
them and give a clear statement of your
case. They will answer promptly as to tho
chances of a cure. Thiy male no charge Jot
coiuultatloni. If, however, you do not wish
to consult tbem at present, drop a postal
card, asking for their Treatise on Com
pound Oxygen, in which you will find a
hiatory of its discovery, nature and action,
and a large number of reports ol difficult
and desperate cases which they have treat
ed successfully. It will be sent free.
Mr. Lassell, Dear Sir: 1 have used your
valuable Balaam and cannot speak too high
ly of its healing qualities. I bad a valua
ble horse badly cut by running on to a
barbed wire fence, In January last. One
cut on his breast at tbe lower edge of the
collar mark extending from the right shoul
der across the wind pipe, about tea inches
in length and three iu depth, In the deepest
place, and several small cuts on the limbs..
It was twelve hours be'fore I could have
any thing done for him after tbe accident.
Tbe weather waa extremely cold at the
time and continued so for several weeks. I
applied your All-Healing Balsam according
to directions, and 1 am happy to say that
my horse Is entirely well and at no time did
his flesh swell, nor did be at any time stiff
en or lame, and at the end of six weeks be
was ready for work. It is with pleasure I
recommend your All-Healing Balsam to the
public as one ol tho beat healing medicines
I ever saw. Respectfully yours.
. Joiix K. Cook.
Suxnv Dale; March 20, 18S1. 4-tf
We have a few fine, pure-blooded Bud
Cochin cockerels to tell at one and two
dollar each. Lawrence avenue, Sd bouse
south of Dougla?, Wichita Kansas.
2-tI Baldwin & Son'.
Hall's Vegktabus Sicilian Ha:::
REXtrwKtt Is a scientific combination
of some of the most powerful restora
tive agents iu tho vegetable kingdom.
It restores gray hair to its original
color. It makes the scalp white and
clean. It cures dandruff and humors,
and faHlng-oot of the hair. It furnishes,
the ' nutritive principle by which the
hair U nourished and supported. Jt
saakes)' the hair moist, soft and glossy,.
aad is nnampamed as a hair dressing.
It ia the nost economical preparation!
ever offered to the public, as Its effects
rental a. long tune, making only an
tsccaakwal application necessary. It is
RcoBsaaended aad used by eminent
anedkal nsen, and ckUry endorsed by
the State Aatayer of Massachasetts.
The Bopnlartty of Hall's Hair Beaewer
has increased wHh the test of many
years, seta ia this country aad ra
fsrelga lands', aad it is now known and,
la aa she civilised ceaatdea of
ror aala ejr all dealeta.
STkesaas Jaaea, ceatraetor aad build-
: also sask. door aad blind BHsanfjtetnrer,
Xata (Matt, S doers south ol the Occidental
Mel, Wichita, Kaaea. -ly
sesltitWMt af Atteaa-
'If ,''l,'" '""""f
Also Mrs? aaaa.-")
ssVtbt saw. p W jTeW
"-"- -J' ' '
n'a Mm i'.r 11 '11 e
Haying purchased the entire
Elian & Katz, I shall offer for
25 PER CENT.
This is exactly the price I bought hit interest at, and if only done
for the purpose of "
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The Stock it Complete in Everything you want in ;
DRY GOODS, .rf!;
CLOTHING, & ''';"" '
;. -'j-. sjr
Will be here in 30
daya, aud we
KT Recollect that tbe above
last 20 days.
.ja . ?'-v- "V y
We respectfully make the announce
ment to the citizens 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, on
Main street. Our stock is new, and
comprises a nice selection of late styles
iu spring and summer goods. Call
aud see us.
LASIattK c STIHS0H.
We liaro just received lor the spring, trade the
largest and most complete assortment of Wail Paper
- -ever brought to the State, while we have the hand
osmeet line of
Cheap Wall Paper
In the City.
We hate made a specialty of
JTine Art Decorations,
having tae only complete stock of decoration' paper in
Will furnish plans for decorating public vnd pri
vale rooms. No trouble with paper-hangers, as we
hang our own paper (employing none hut the best
workmen). If you want the
full line of
orders with ,ns.
Window Shades and Fixtures. '
WICHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE.
For the reception of pupils in
Penmanship and Dofible Entry Bookkeeping-.
tcpmc . S PENMANSHIP, Course of 15 Lesions $ 5 00
1EK.M-S - BOOKKEEPING, Course of 5 Months 20 00
KCSSnX HALL. Mala Street.
The Chicago Baauar, the great aalllfaery
aad ilrtisaaahlng easporlaa of HrlehHa.
steaks te bJaawwtheaeHpeeniarrtv
sort ia she city far osytadtesof fash
Mrs. Hay, stem St. Pan!, eats dress aa by
the 'gesnttae Taylor systeai; nsarsset' It
guaranteed. "West side lUa streot, thtce
doers north of the Arkansas TaNey Sank,
GerrisM aanfces the best
in the dty of Wichita.
sail Wssil Waall
I My to esath aad I
', It jm hsVrw'airy wsiet.1
mswmtlMtitmtMmm Btasa ta .ss ysggigy. Sn9F w; SMBsjss.' imikMmmi-lC.imv !l-?"ry-,--?S:;Si?M -Tn
interest of Mr. Ellas in the iate firm ol
BOOTS & SHOES.
'O - OODS!
shall then ask a profit again on our
exceptional bargains will only
- 3 '
Boom in Town,
We also have on hand a
r. c. nmwwM, Trtutipm.
Call aad see ns, and yon wiU be sarpruwtl
ksnrehesevea cm get a good, retUMsi
Aatwieaa .watch, fatly warraated at the
Boos Jewelry Hesse. V-
TO ASY FUCK Oat XAKD IS SEDG
Hav the Mtffll set ot Abstract in
nt door to
flsMsTf MlaWVf OtfsMl MM
wast M ft Xata
DfV-" e! .v'sMt;
. - .1-1 - :, . -
ibeeMtast-. Teataie Bases:
aasssam - v , - . , jf . - , - . a. ';. i i sl -'U' U.; "J'xnTrA A - 1 1 1 am asaa k,. 7- , '.sV .- --l Baa. ca ' mTaa J-. - sfeK Ti i -. -. sssr.. ...:.-.JeWl -- . 1 --
vt: hi . .' "'- ri -i-i.-,s-jrwirxi7 r.iru"T'ssTrrs ""-"TmT' - ' r - ." iti n t -
'.'Just too sweet
L i J. -f"
Tm tohat the laitl
Ne Spring Goods
I! & fit "i-Kfktb ' ti
AT IXXESA JtOSST.
-I'i-''- TT .,'
It what the other one said.
"What an endless variety of colors,
shades and styles!"
Did you see those
But what takes the
crushed strawberry silks, with para
sols, gloves and hose to match."
Said the daughter.
"It is the only place
satisfaction in everything you buy ;
everything is genuine and honest."
That's ichat everybody says".
."Come and see for yourselves," , :f
Innes & Ross
Land aid Tswa Lets Sakjsst tt Taz-Dsad
onieaiaw 1, iow. t
Orrica or Conn Tuasdhsb, j
Wichita, Kakia. April i. ISO. i
Mat ot Kansas, Sedgwick County, aa.
Notice la brtby given that tba following
tracta of land and town lots, aitoated ia the
county and SUM aforesaid, bavins been anbjtct
to taxation for the year 1879, and aald taxes not
bavlnr been paid, tbe Treasurer of Sedgwick
county offered for sale and sold tbe a ante on tbe
;tb day or September, 1880. for tbe tsxea and
ebarxea or 1879, tbe same remaining anredeem
rtl at tbls date. Tbe following table sbowa tbe
total amount or tax, charge and Interest on
ench tract of land or town lot. calculated to tbe
7lh Jay or September, 1883, being the last dav
or redemption allowed by law, aad unleu re
deemed on or before aald "ih day of September,
1SSI. they will lie conveyed to holdrra or tax
ne,V aec 11 town range te '"H5
nwK sec 11 town SS rang ' 1 ll 80
seX sec 11 town range lj 1JJ IS
sw.UaeeU town SS range 1 1.j0
lot ltnaeeW town Wie................... H-S0
Beginning at ne cor of aw of ee1, ol n!,
thence west S3 rod thence south S V rods
thence east 13 rod thence north )i rods
to place or oeginnina;, vim . w
7 range le..
Mary E. English e of se.V of n," of
ewVaee 21 town S7 range le
N. A. English beginning at or of
Bt'i or w thence weaf o rude north
407 ft west 170 ft south 467 rt thence 170
It to beginning, all In see St town 17
rang Ie.. ...... .........
SO acree off the e aide of X of ne.'i sec 38
town 27 range le
Beginning 1169 ft wof necorotnJaec
29 town f! range le thence weat SMtt
thence south 23 ft thence eaat ft thence
north 23 ft to place of beginning aee 29
town 27 range le
Tbe undivided H or tract beginning at
nw cor. of e of nwif , thenee eaat 1SJ ft
a 44630-57 ft. Wl95rt, n 4430-37 rt, to
ulace of beginning
nV awX fH as.'s of w of see , tw
28. range2e .-...
Lot No. AS Georgia street El Paso...'...
.. 69 "
2 Backner atreel, tl Paso.,..
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12 " "
15 " "
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MX hX aee as town nn lw.
neX w.Vf seeattoaraSS nap lw
TOWN OP WEST-WICHITA.
1 28 Walnut aims..
nwX see IS town 27 rang w..
wii aee 11 town M raaaj lw.
HaMSiianrannN .. w
neXofew-iandaXewyeee as Iowa
yTLSjarfSW.. i 90
nwU eecSS town S range IW IW 15
neKeseSttowaSsnauretw ..i... iMii
nwVseefltowaStnatj lw.... IS St
wtf wXtow lw as 40
yitttsiiffiafir-..M - sjjs
nM see 7 towaStaaa) lw.
nwtfeee 7 town w.........
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mH sawn m ns) Sm.:.-....,
Ita 1 MsdtswM wasnaiw.
CITT OT WICWTA.
. 117 H
, 47 80
Lot So. IM Wichita strosl
do 11 4 do..
A.. sTrnm , asm
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sM "s) st M
4) SSartt 40.... , SS
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4o MMkA?.llasa4l..M . MM
do SS ...... S
4 SasM 4 "4... ,;..;. SJS
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enormous stock! V
lovely, new, white
cake is those sweet,
where you can
Vf stern an
Uealnnlofr at ne cor Lot No. 3 Wlihii
street MTsterman's add to city of
Wichita thenre s 230 fcrt thence wri-t
US tut thence 70 Teet east I It feet
north 70 reet. . .
Lot 37, River at, Watemun to Wale mimi
LotS!) do ito do
Beginning- at a iwlnt 114 ft send 731 .VII)
wof ne cor awls sec 21 twn27rnnjce le
thence a 284 ft e 72 rt n 284 rt w 7J ft to
place of beginning; w,f f above. .
Lot -No. 33 Chicago ave Shaman's add .
Lot no. 1 Uoselr at eet Abliolt'e add
Lotno. 2 Mosler street Ablxitt's add ...
Lovrrnte Artn0mtlcFhlWpt Addition.
Lot No. 2
... 1 S3
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Lot No. 1
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Ore 4- Phillip-' Addition
.1 53 Lot No. 87
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95 1 55
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10(1 1 53
101 1 S3
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105 1 55
10B I 53
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140 1 55
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143 1 55
145 1 55
147 1 65
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do 101 do do do
do 103 do do do
do 105 do 'Io do
do 107 do do do
do 78 Mil are do do
do Ht) do do do
do ftt do ito do
do 84 do do do . ...
do Hi do do tin
do 14 do do do,
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do 91 do do do
do tu do do do
do let do do do.
do ns do do d
do loo do do d
do 10-2 do do do
do ti'4 iio do do
at So. 37 Wichita tt Waterman to
9t Xo. .1 Wichita st. Waterman to
Vli linveriii:rtiulic(i oor
GREA T S HO E S iAME.
Bbp;ts, : STh;b
We will put x ..
VEOJSTElir I3ST THEIR POCKETS.
Vt? uiiHt lmt the smre i)y rciipy for our Dry GoolfV
WE HTJST GET
Job Lots at 50 cents a pair. ,
Job Lots at 75 cents a pair.
. Job Lots at $1 00 per pair.
A Splendid Boot for $2 00.
COME AND LOOK AT THEM.''
Il'yon ilon't think them cheap, don't tnkp them. Doii't miss this cbasct.
OUR BARGAINS ARE BARGAINS.
Xot advertising wind. Our ciibtoinors will fiml every jmlr
3:A.I2K:BI5 3DO"WlSr TO SBLlli.
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Fourth Strut Orm St failles'
Lot No 1.
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RID OF TJZttltf.
T - P - CK -
STEVENSON & FECKHAH,
Tiircrsscire tii teenn, Km.rjr A Taft,
iai k'.i!sjs i.&,wrcai.8is.
WHOLESALE A RKT4IL
DRY GOODS & CARPETS.
Finest Stock of Goods to be Found
in the State.
3111 Order from Ihe Couutrj eolleted, and
Satisfaction Guaranteed. SanipleeorGuodaand
Price will be sent on application. Send jronr
name and addresa lor our Spring Catalogue,
cdntalnlna; High Novelties In Dress Goode.
At the regular raeetlDgor Ihe Buarduf Counts'
OmmlMlonrr of tbe Countj or "edawlek,
State or Kan.as, begnn on the loth (lay of April.
V, II. 1883, the following order waa made by
sub! Itotrdol Countr Commissioners, and en
tered upon the rrt-urde of aald Hoard of Connie1
rrgulating the running at Urge f animals.
Ordrrrd, ba Ikr Board of Count) Cammtulonrrt of
He Count i of StdgxUt, .Stotr of Konnt t
That tbe following animal .hall uut lie al
lowed to rnn at larirewltblQ the bound or the
County or Sedgwick, Stat, or Kansaa, via
Horses, mares, mnlre, neat rattle, aheep,
swine and goats.
Thie order shall take eSe-l nn the llth lar of
Mar. A. D 1881 this order shall be pub
lished for four iHeaslr KerLs prior to the
date last named In Ihe Tlie K-uiLe, a aevre
!aier pnbll.hrd In sntd county, and )imof of
aurb pnbllcatbini-hall be entereil upoo thejour
nalof theprocetdlrgsof thtalwianl.
STATK OF XAX8A.-S, I
ijouniroi seugwirx, -
I. E. A Uorser. Countr Clerk of the Countr
of tS'dgwkk, SUIe of Kenaas, ilo hereby -er-
uiy lUAi ine loreoing i a irae enpe ur uw
onlf r or the Iloard or County Coramlsaloner or
Ihe 1 onnly or eUwlck, Stale of Kansaa, reg-
nlotlneei thai fnnnlhaf lease- . aelssn(ei a
appears of reront In ihe Journal of proreemngs
ni sent uuaru.
Witness my hand ami official seal thle the
I5thdarr April. A. II. 18KI.
sisL.l T. A. DOIHKY,
Conoty Clerk of 'f-lgwlck County, Kansas.
In the District Court of Sedgwick cuuly,
J A Crroll elalntia;. i.
Anule Carroll, ilefeudant. )
The abofe-named defetMtant, Annie Carroll.
Is hereby notlded that abe he been sued by the
alnse-nanml plaintiff Io the Dlstrlst t,urtf
fe-lgwlck county, haneae, and thatunlesaaho
auawer the petition tiled agalett her In eabl
action In the office nr the clerk of said district
court by the 231b day or May, A . D. ISM, said
Clltlon will lie taken ae tro and Judgment will
rendered la aald action, divorcing the plain
tiff rrom defendant and granting tbe ptalnilf
the care ami custody of muILi M Carroll, on
the groaml alleger la eald tltlan. ami Iu
arcordar.ee wlih Ihe prater ofaald petitloa.
SfA-SLKV 4 WALL,
3-1 Attorneys for rTaUtla.
In the District Court br dmmUk cnni.tr.
I 338tsteof Kansas. '
I 53 1 Margaret I'osey, plaintiff, 1
1531 t. V
55 1 (l. II. Pomt. defewtsat J
Tbe above-named defewlaat le hereby aoti-'
fled that he has tieea eoed by tfceaaid ptalntlff
la the District Court or Sedgwick cowatr. Ka'
aa. aad that unless bo aaswer the uetltlew Is
aid eaweflled In the oSke ot the clerk or eM
eoort. by the 13th .Uy or Mar. A. D. I88S, saM
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