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WICHITA, KANSAS, AU(i. .10, 1883.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
At a meeting rf the Republican Central Com
mittee of Sedgwick county, Kaneaa, held In Uie
city of Wichita, on the 2Mb darof July, 16S3,
ine louowing tirocccuinge were nod :
I. That a delegate couenllonof Uie ICeimb-
llcauaof Sedgwick county. Kaniat, be held In
tbe city of Wichita, on ilia 27th day of Sentem.
Ier, lax, at 11 o'clock a.m., for Uie lainwr of
nominating caoOMatt-e for county oiDcin, to be
elected at the Novenilwr election In lBn.1. to It :
Comiuiaaloner M dlelrlrl, to fill raeanry.
1. That each township ami ttard be entitled
lo tend delegates and alternates to uld conven
. . B
It In recommended that the primary nieetlnge
to telect delegates and alternate lo said con
vention be held In the eeter&l townahlp and
wardi lu the county on the KM day of heplrm
ler liettrren the honra of it ami 4 o'clock r. v.
In the townahln.. and between the honraof S
and C. o'clock r. m In the warda oftherltyor
'Ine contention! to nominate Coiiimlailoiicra
Mill beheld eejiaralely, and will convene I in-
mediately alter inecounlr com rntlou adjourn..
It la expected that none but ltelibllrana will
vote at Hie primary nieetlnge
lly order or the umnly Central Committee,
W K. KTA.NI.KV, Cfaalrnuui
JNO KKU.Y, Secretary.
Hrit Ward Keclil
Second Ward .5 IJncoln.
Third Ward ., ... .7 Morton....
Fourth Wanl. . .7 Mlnneha . .
Attica 8 Mnnneacah
Aflon ; Ohio
lielano ..4 Park
Erie . 2 lloekford..
Eagle. ,3 1'ajne .
tirant..,. , .7 Salem.....
Gypsum,. .3 Sherman .
Greeley. 3 Union
Garden I'lalna 2 Viola
Grand Itlier .2 Waco.
Illlnola 2 Wlclilu...
N. il. Sotilhwlck will be a candidate lie
Cole I lie Kcptiblican county convention for
tbc office of enmity clerk.
T Ihe IXtlor of Ike to fir :
l'lea aiinotitu-r that I mil a catulidatc
for the offlcc or County Clerk, Mibjert to
decision of tbe KrpuMicau county conven
tion. Ii. 1. Kuitli.
To the Editor of tin Eagle
I'lca'C announce my name ax a candidate
for tlie office of Kegi-acrof Heed. oTSedg
wick county, Iinusa, Mibjert to tbc ilrcl-
inn of Uie Ccjiublicaii county convention.
II. I). IlKIHKKMAN'.
To tltr Editvr of the Eagle :
You will plcar-e announce in your col
umn that I will be a candidate before the
Itcpublicau county convention for the nom
ination for the otllce of sheriff.
Wichita, August 11, 1S8.1.
To the Editor of the Eagle:
1'leaee announce tbc liatno of Kill, llrotvn
or Union toivni'liiii, n a camllilatc lorolicr
IIT of Sedgwick county mlijccl to the dccls.
Ion of ibo Uepubllran county convention.
l'lease announce that I atua candidate for
tbe olllce of county trcaktircr, subject to the
decision of the Uepublicau county coutcu
lion. Jko.V. Wai.tku.
SXELTON'S SUNDU SERVICE.
" 'TU rcarful building upon any tin ;
One mlMhlef enter'd brings another In j
Till cuatom take amy Uie Judging sense
That to offend Me tblnt it no offenae.
Save tbe trcmnlou luutlc made by tbe
llntlCM flutter of tbe pendant leaven o'er
bead and tbe oft ripple of waters from
dipping oan near by, tbe temple chosen by
T. J. Sbelton, last Sabbath wherein to
womUlp bis God, was as quiet as tbe dim
alsk-a of any old Cathedral, an-l as grand.
Tbc day waa God's onn.in tbc tweet Influ
ences of a matured summer tbe closing
day and the ripened season. Incongruities
for the hour were veiled from sight and
forgotten by tbe walling multitude. No
gentler breeze ever fanned tbe browol
Olivet, no more tranquil sun ever lit the
tea of Gallliee. But our brother did not.
with the golden key, rhc atoe the earth-
stained surroundings and open tb palace
of eternity and bid ut enter, or even afford,
through assured hope, a glimpse of glories
above and beyond hit confines. Upon tbe
other band, he talked like one who had
drank only of dregs, dregt which teemed
to have embittered a heart of generous Im
pulses, and engulfed in darkness a life that
only louged for light. The inconsistencies
of the churches seemed to outweigh all
good that had ever flowed from them to
bless, the generations; and, religious hypo
crites to hide Irom his view tbe vast con
gregations who worship the Ever Living
God In spirit and in truth. Our brother
sent bis flock back into tbe world an hun
gered and uneatltfled.
Time triumphs over all that is mortal,
but as surely will eternity triumph over
lime. Time did not make Sbelton from a
worm, nor from a form a thousand times
lower than a norm, by evolution or other
wise. Trove to us that earth is the author
of man's life, and we will concede, not on
ly that there is no such thing as "sin or tbe
sinner," but thai there is no eternity; for
whatever this earth produces she In turn
absorbs. With equal surety and facility
she takes back to her bosom the blade of
grass and the monumentof brassorgranite.
There is nothing over which she holds do
minion that she does not reduce to allies
If our "tinner" would brace up and live
half way up to tbe light be has, be woulJ
not only sec hie own way clear to a harmon
ious life beyond these tears, but be tbc
nivalis ol Ktajing the faltering footsteps of
many whom lie now, with apparent honesty
only, pusbei back into darkuess unutterable.
John Ligbthody and family moved to
Wichita last week. John hat resided in
this city for many yean, and proved a very
good citizen. We are sorry to lose him
from among ut. "Great Mend Timet.
Wheat, dry and In condition lor mill
Wheat, shipping 3575
lion. W. K. Stanley returned from the
mountains on Monday, after a three weeks'
absence In tbe snowy regions of the head
of the Nile of America. lie looks splen
did and says be had a splendld'tlmc trout
fishing and tramping.
II. L. Tierce returned last week after a
pretty thorough doing of Colorado and
New Mexico, thoroughly bronzed by sun
and wind. lie leaves this week for Chi ca
ge where he becomes a partner in a large
railway supply house.
Prof. Fahrenburg has just finished a life
size oil portrait of-Mayor Greiffenstein
which Is pronounced equal to any work he
bat done lu tbe city. Tbe picture Is a strik
lng likeness, giving the life-expression of
of the subject without a fault.
Farmer Doollttle fires back attbcNln
netcah protectionist this week. As to the
weight of his mlssle or the accuracy of his
aim we leave it to our readers to determine.
At to the sage of the Nlnncscab, if he im
agincs bo has been hit or hurt we will be
sure to hear from him again.
Mr. E. rhilllps, whose place Is juat ad
joining tbc lair grounds north of the city,
brings us a seedling peach raised on his
place which- for size, fragrance and deep
rich color is seldom excelled. lie wll1
name and propagate the new variety. It
measured ten Inches in circumference.
KIND 0L0 FACES.
A. K. Stanley is a candidate lor county
clerk, subject to tbe leclclon of the Uepllb
tli'uti county convention.
To the Editor of the Eaqte:
Tleavc announce that I will be a candi
date for county clerk, this fall, subject to
tin: Kcpuoliean county convention.
T. G. McI.AL'CllMX.
I hereby announce injulf a candidate
Tor tbe nomination for sheriff of Sedgwick
county, subject to the decision or the Ho
piiblicau county convention.
To the Edit.r of the Eagle:
lie good enough to announce sue as a can
didate for re-election to the office of treasu
rer of Sedgwick county.
I.. X. WooncocK.
l'lxase announce in your paper that I am
a candidate for sheriff of Sedgwick county,
subject to the decision of tbc Republican
county convention. W. 11. Hknsi.kv.
I, Win. Greiffenstein, Mayor of the city
of Wichita, by the power voted in me by
law, lo hereby request the merchants to
Jose their places of buslne? on Thursday,
August .loth, IKS!, between the hours of 1
o'clock and C o'clock r.M., for the purpose
uf attending tbe County Kair.
Done at Wichita. Kaneax, thU August
'.Mb, 1SS.". Wm. Gkkifkrx.stki.v,
Attest: KitKH Sciun.Nr.i:,
Capt. White was off Monday evening for
the State University.
The site lor the new union depot has been
lixnl and ground" secured.
Albert Hess received last week in one
shipment live hundred harrvla of salt.
The catamaran, launched at Itivcrtide
I'ark and plying iti water, seeing to be lin
ing a good business.
One of our favorite writers furnishes us
with a pretty poem of sentiment which
will appear next week.
Twenty-five or Ihlrly solid Illinoisian
landed here last week In qurst of farming
lands and cattle ranches.
Trof. Ilallock and Miss .!o.c Ucyuolds
went to Emporia Monday to attend the
State teacher's examination.
Jlr. Samuel Stewart, of Wichita town
ship, liuds after threshing Ills wheat that
be has forty-three bushcN to the acre.
What with the fair and a new baby, who
wade his appcarauro on Tuesday, William
Matthcwson has bis bands full tbls week.
S The contract for the building of the new
Ilaptist Church was awarded yesterday to
W. II. Sternberg, to be tlnlvhed lu ninety
The Union Square Company played to a
good bout last evening, and gavn univer
sal satisfaction. .ll Keilson Is a good
The '.. Smith llrowti corner aud tbe Val
ley House property adjoining, belonging to
A. Hay, was bought yesterday by Mr. Dud
ley, of Topeka.
.1. K. Flnlay and Mr. Huldrii, from a small
town In I.yon county, were in the city on
Tuesday, taking in the wouderofthe great
metropolis or Kansas.
S'. S. Itldle tilt purchased n half section
of land In flutter county where he expects
to take his Hock of sheep and enter more
largely Into the business.
Tbc United States District Court for the
Indian Territory and Southwestern Kansas
will convene at. Wichita ucxt Monday,
Judge Foster on the bench.
Master Ilurr Thomas lost bis coat on the
road between this city and Waco on Sunday
last, Will the flnderplease leave it at .Incc
lyu .V Thomas' land office. .
Mrs. It. 1 Murdock left Monday night
for Waukesha, Wisconsin, to visit relatives,
In which point she will be accompanied by
her mother, Mrt. J. E. Caldwell.
Moses Tarter, anew comer In this coun
ty, borrowed &V) la.t spring and rented a
place, lie says he will have from four to
live thousand bushels of corn to sell.
J. K. Itceso will sell at auction at G. W.
Anderson's farm, near Mt. Hope, a lot ol
two-year-old steers, heifers and young cat
tle. Sale to take place September 13th.
The game laws of Kansas are that prairie
chickens can be killed between September
first and January first, and quail only be
tween November first and January first.
Three alarms of fire Were sounded on
Tuetday afternoon and night. Thlt Is the
season for fires, and It would be a good
Idea for our fire company to put In a few
evenings In drilling.
We don't know what the explanation It,
but two car loads or fat cattle were shipped
rroni Kansas City to tbit place at a less rat,
than cattle can he had at In this county last
week, and butchered.
II. J. Harding was visiting friends last
week in Springfield, Massachusetts, from
whence he sends ut a paper. He wilt re
turn at soon as ho shall have purchased his
fall stock of books and stationery.
Mr. Harry St. John arrived home from
Washington last week. He came after hit
' wire ;and fatally who accompany hlai back
this week. Mrs. St. John's father and
setter wHl occupy the homestead.
Tbe Eaguc's farmer patrons are advised
4a keep their wet wheat at home. Sch
' f wWt sold yesterday (eras ceMt, whea the
h jeelM wared as that tbe satae wheat kepi
Gov. Geo. A. Craw-lord spent a day In
Wichita last week. He had been down to
Kt. Scott for a few days visiting old friends.
What a lactor little Gcorgic used to be in
Kansas politics, and bow all tbe old time
fellows yet love and respect him for bis
countless virtues and accomplishments. A
gentleman and a scholar he is, and, in
thinking it over, we believe he always was.
He lost a fortune during the years of Kan
sas reverses, but whoever heard him com"
plain or repine. His present home is at
Grand .Junction, a thriving city in central
Colorado, which he laid out. When he sat
down to talk with us tbe other day be look
ed ten years younger than when he left the
State. May his shadow keep on increasing.
Mr. Guilford Dudley, one of Topcka's
mott solid bankers and oldest citizens,
dropped in on us Monday last. It was his
first visit to this great valley although he
has lived in Topeka nearly twenty-seven
years, In which time he has grown into
wealth aud affluence. His surprise over
the size of this city, its din and racket and
voluminous business, was akin to amaze
ment. In his own language, "It upsets
every preconceived notion which he had
held. Emporia was larger and greater than
he bad expected, but lor business, life and
activity Wichita Is without a rival lu tbe
Stale, and he should proceed immediately
to invest a few thousand.dollars." Away
back In the winter of 'ort, or rather, early
in the spring of 'S7, Mr. Dudley and the
writer, Henry Cowles. T. U. Murdock, of
the Commonwealth, and Aaron D. Stevens,
who was afterwards bung with John Ilrown
at Charleston, lived together in a house
10x12 made of boards, up and down, and
located In Topeka, on Kansas avenue, just
north of tbe new government building.
Those were gay old days Into which lots of
fun and history were crowded. Stevens
was a very quiet man, but terribly profane
when any of the boys pretended a desbe
lief in the inspiration of the llible, which
"Gull" often did. Outside or the llible
Stevens held to but one dogma,and that.: "all
men arc born tree and equal, and my bones
shall bleach on the plains of Kama before
a slave shall be held on Its soil." We laid
out lots ol towns in those days, the names
nor even locations or few of which are re
membered afier twenty-six years. We
welcome Mr. Dudley to a town that Is
"bouud to make It." Hut where is Shcllon,
or Mission creek; Shell Kock Falls, or
Madison county ; and.Forcst Hill, ol lircck-
cnrldge county? The echo from tbe corn
and pumpkins that now grow in their once
busy thoroughfares alone can answer.
Governor Isaac Sharp, ot Council Grove,
a man who was a Democrat in Kansas In
tbc days when the sight of a live mossback
was only less rare than a real circus, but
who has stood for governor, and made po
litlcal canvasses lor bl ticket when the few
Ilourbons we did boast were making It con
venient to visit their wives' relations In
Missouri, spent Sunday and Monday In
Wichita. In the antediluvian periods of
courts in this State, when Judge Watson,
of the fifth district, held court at Iiurlln
game, John Martin, of Topeka, Isaac Sharp,
of Council Grove, and Judge Rugglc, of
Lmporla, three or tbe biggest Democrats
In all the Southwest were sure to be there,
and for a time It would seem as if the mem
ory of Jackson was really cherished in Kan
sas. Hut, alas, Judge Ituggtes Is dead,
Judge Martin has turned non-partisan, and
the only one or tbe trin who sang with such
reeling "tbe wearing o' tbe green," or with
such tag froid 'moved his Honor, the
court," is tbe glorious old patriarch Isaac,
who sat down with us on Monday to Ulk
of it all, as a dream, over again.
Henry Ward licecher, who is on his way
from the Pacific coast to Hrooklyn, has con
sented, after much boring, to stop off at
Emporia and deliver that people a lecture,
and now the readers or tbc Emporia pa
pers will be given a rest on "steamboat"
excursions an Janauschck, wc sincerely
lion. Allen It. Lemon, editor or tbc New
ton Iiepullican, who was in the city Tues
day, says tbe Itepublican or Harvey arc
going to not only maintain their organiza
tion, but elect their ticket this fall dispitc
ail opposition of whatever name or charac
ter. That is the kind or news which assures.
Let all be sure and assemble at Eagle Hall
on Saturday, September 1st. J. N. will
bear all Tor this cause. J. N. thus says lu a
postal from Chicago: "If I am honored
with a crowd on Saturday, September 1st,
In Eagle Hall, in Wichita, I will lift the veil
and reason all force away. II the people
are not ready to assemble, I'll tee them
Mr. J. A. Nelson, who, while acting as
condemning commissioner, was taken so
suddenly and seriously ill, is not yet able
to resume the work, and Judge Harris has
appointed Commissioner Steenrod to act In
his place. The many friends of Mr. Nelson
throughout the county will be ;;lad to hear
that be Is now considered out or danger.
He had a close call.
Mr. N. Kenncii, who bought the Iliggin
bothau place north or the city, has two
hundred acres or com which he says will
yield twelve to fourteen thousand bushels.
Mr. F. is a practical farmer and so far as
his observations go the Eagle's estimated
yield or the corn croporthts county, Is not
too large. Ho would not sell his place for
twice what he paid for It,
W. C. Woodman, the pioneer banker of
Wichita, was in Tbe city on Saturday last,
looking at the Sumner county marble used
in the construction of tbe buildings or Joe
Smith and Dr. S. Manu, to see If it would
not be good material for the construction
or tbc fine building for banking purposes
ho expects to erect. The commodore Is a
man or wealth, and will erect a fine edifice.
From a field containing four and three
eights acres, which belongs to Mr. Hooks
between the rivers, G. E. Klrkpatrick
threshed three hundred and fifty bushels or
red oats, machine measure. Hy weight
11 pounds to the bushel there was one
hundred and five bushels to the acre.
Marion Edwards and J. II. Furnish both
stand ready to testify to the correctness or
the above statement.
OUR INSANE PEOPLE.
An order was recently Issued to tbe pro
bate judge by the superintendent or tbc
asylum Tor tbe insane at Topeka, for the
removal of Chesterfield HI It, an incurable
patieut from this county, who has been con
fined In the asylum for the past four years,
for the reasou that it was necessary tomakc
room for recent cases, localizing tbe very
inadequate means which tbc county has for
properly taking care of such cases and
having some recent 'cases on hand, which
it was necessary to have admitted, the pro
bate judge went to Topeka, aud on last
Saturday he had an Interview with Super
intendent Tcnncy for the purpose or see
ing whether or uot some arrangements
could notM made so that the order would
be withdrawn. He found that Sedgwick
county has in the asylum, at Topeka and
Ottawatomle, nineteen patients, a large
percentage of which, taklug It from tbe
time ol their confinement.'nre probably in
curable. Tbe full capacity ol tbe Topcka.'asylum
It 250, and It uow has 337 patients, with
several more applications or recent cases
pendiug. Since the 7th day of July, '33,
there has been sixty-eight applications for
admission all applications for the admis
sion of patients being made to Tenny, at
Topeka. Sleeping roomt Intended for one
patient have had to provide for two, an un
pleasant and dangerous arrangement.
No arrangement could be made regard
ing the retention of Hilt, and he was
brought home by tbe sheriff aud is now
confined In the jail. Other counties have
taken borne patients, and it was necessary
that we should do the same. The superin
tendent estimates that there is nearly three
hundred insane sow In the State, confined
In Jails and rooms that ought to be taken
care ot in asylums, and yet our percentage
of Insane is no greater than In the States
generally, and not nearly so large as In
tome of them.
The probate judge speaks very highly of
tbe management of both of our institutions
by the superintendents, and thinks that
they are doing all they can for the manage
ment and relief of this most unfortunate
class. The patients seem to recognize
Superintendent Tenney as a kind friend.
In going through the wards with visitors
the patients, many of them, would greet
him very kindly, and be bad a patient man
ner and kind word for all that approached
We think that at the next meeting of the
Lefittatars appropriations snMciently large
to provide for the care of all these people
ought to be BMde. It Is certainly, is assay
iMtaaces, Inhnsaaa to coalae these people
in the coauaoa Jails or the conntry, and
the aistter. eaght to be rtsnedUd ai tooa m
possible. Kattaw ha ao atore instieja
praportfoa to her Inhabitants, sad is ex.
xiiac a atore aseaty Jer thte pvrpeot
at 9VtM CsHVSp i arM IfNJ
vbUK aWOTaT 99 M eSaMa alkjjT
Judge AV. P. Campbell left with bis fain
lly for Carthage, Missouri, his future home,
last Sunday morning. Carthage is a grow
ing town of enterprising people, the best
Inland town in that State if wo except
Springfield, but our Kansas man will hold
his own. Wc commend Judge C. to the
bar and pcoplo of that city as a gentleman
whom they will delight to know, and whom
tboy cannot fail to respect.
That was a shrewd remark made by May
or Greiffenstein the other day in reply to a
gentleman who was dwelling upon the idea
that tbe saloon proprietors composed tbc
liberal elements of the city, when be said
"It is not tho owners of saloons but the pa
trons of saloons who compose the liberal
element, for you will find the saloon own
ers as illiberal in one direction as aro the
extreme prohibitionists in the other."
A week or two slnco wo were asked to
give the very latest touch in house paint
lng tho esthetic extreme. Wo did not an
swer the query for the reason that we
thought nobody would ever assimilate such
an extreme, but as Col. Stewart has shown
the requisite nerve, we give what is consid
ered the highest perfection for color of a
wooden cottage : Roof, lake red ; body of
house, chrome or bright yellow; casings,
ebony black; sash, carmine; other trim-
black or red, or both alternated.
A Mr. St. Clair, of Wheeling, Virginia,
a wholesale druggist and manufacturer ol
proprietary medicines, was In our city on
Monday and Tuesday with a view of eatab
lisblngsuch an enterprise at this point. He
expressed himself as well pleased with tbc
outlook, unhesitatingly declaring Wichita
to be the best point lor such an Investment
of any town he) bad visited In the West. A
personal friend or Mr. St. C, living here,
says he don't doubt the early establishment
ol n largo medical aud drug depot by him at
The cottage of Mrs. Kyucarson, a widow
lady, situated on Fifth avenue, was discov
ered to be ou Ore Tuesday afternoon. Tho
building was very dry and burned likn a
tinder-box. and being situated over a tiatf
mile from tho engine-house, waa pretty Well
burned out on tbe Inside before tho lire
company could get to tbc place. After the
hoe was turned on it was not to exceed two
minutes before the flames were under con
trol, and btiUa few minutes moro until It
was all out. The fire company need a little
drilling, but did very well.
Mr. G..W. Hacker returned last week
from the Gunnison, Colorado, coalfields,
where he had gono to sec what the chances
would be to get anthracite shipped to Wich
ita. Ho believes be can get It laid down
here at least two.dollars per ton cheaper
than tbe present cost or Lehigh coals. The
Gunnison anthracite is said to contain but
five per cent ash, or sixty-six per cent less
ash tbau the Pennsylvania coal. The only
other residue Is about five per cent or vol
canic matter. Mr. Hacker thinks it it to
perior anthracite We hope be may suc
ceed in his enterprise for Wichita pay too
much ror ban coal by one half.
After leaving here Janauschck appeared
in Emporia, which village well nigh went
stage mad over the fact that a real star bad
at last condescended, etc. The paper of
that town could not stop at the usual notice
of such an event, but went off in columns
or gush and taffy. Now, the truth. Is,
Janauschck plays Zillab in a very credita
ble manner, we might admit, superior
style, but as a woman andjas an actress she
is on the "western elope," and well down
it, therefore can afford to visit even Much
villages as Emporia when they happen to
be on her route between Wichita and Chi
cago, or other important points whose
people are noted for their liberal patronage
of histrionic personages.
The Emporia EejmUican sap it has infor
mation to the effect that the Wichita
Creamery wIU close withia a few daya be
cause or s failure to pay. This will be
news, we are satisfied, to a majority or cur
people if aot to the proprietors of that en
terprise. The Cresatery It turning oat, or
was when last visited trots two to f oar hun
dred pounds of batter per day, for wMeh
there carely can be ao lack of market. It
it as lae batter at ever was atade, bedag
eleaa yellow, hard aad sweet, with at least
tea to afteea cents per poaad Bsorethaa. the
average batter oCered la Market. TTs
(tea the JUpMicmU grataltoaa fllag
castes ttf the bet that Bstpsria has ao aaeh
lastltvtioa aar is HsMe to have.
The eleventh annual exhibition of the
Sedgwick County Agricultural, Mechanical
and Stock Association has been open since
Taesday noon, and will be, practically, the
balance of this week. The races for the
last three days no doubt will be fine as were
ever witnessed in the State, or should be as
it is known that (2,000, without any rebate
Is the sum offered for "goers," exclusively
Upwards ol $5,000 are offered In premiums
aud cattle, sheep and hog men will carry
home snug sums. Col. Hartzell, who is tbe
superintendent of tbe speed ring, has made
arrangements for carrying everybody up
and back for twenty-five cents. He will
have hacks and conveyances run from tbe
upper Main street part of the street railway
so that you can get on the street cars any
place and be taken to the grounds and back,
or tbe round trip, including car-fare, for
twenty-five cents. All day Tuesday the of
ficers were very busy getting the grounds'
halls, booths, pens and stalls into shape.
Betides the stock show there will be a num
ber of other attractions during Thursday,
Friday and Saturday too uumerous to men
The Williams Dramatic Company will
commence an engagement at the opera
house next Tuesday night, in a new play
entitled "The Little Dutchess," and remain
during three days or the Farmer's Fair.
Though tbls company has never visited
Wichita it has earned an enviable reputa
tion through the State, and other States in
which it has travelled. The Holla Herald
Aug. 9th, says : "The Williams Dramatic
Company is the best that ever visited South
western Missouri." "Tbc Little Dutchess,'
a new comedy drama, written expressly
ror Miss Matie Williams will be produced
at the opera house next Tuesday evening.
The play and supporting company havebad
unqualified success wherever It has appear
ed, and with tbe added attraction of a first
class orchestra will no doubt score another
success here every night. Reserved seats
for sale at the Tostofllce Book Store. Tbe
Williams Dramatic Company, with Its effi
cient management, new play, young and
talented star and Its stiver cornet band and
orchestra, will undoubtedly draw large
auclenccs to the opera house. Opening
bill, "Tbe Little Dutchess," Tuesday night.
To the Editor of the Eagle:
Mr. Koss' s.iic of cattle, at Clearwater
last Thursday, went off very satisfactory.
The arrangements for selling and dividing
were such that the entire lot, 1C, were
told singly except four pens or calves
between 11 a. m. and C p. m. Tho stock
brought good prices, one cow and calf sold
separate brought 31U.&0, one pen or 11
heifer calves brought $25 each, one pen or
13 steer cahes brought $20 each, one pen
of 11 steer calves $1C each, one pen of 11
hcircr calves $13.75. The cattle were in
good fix, the attendancegood and tbc bid
ing lively, and Mr. Eichholtz proved him
self a very good salesman and gave entire
satisfaction to all present.
So the Republican Voters of lioclcford Tbwn-
You will meet at your respective voting
places, on tbc 22d day of September, be
tween tbe hours of 2 and 4 o'clock p. m.
and elect delegates to the county conven
tion to be held in Wichita on the 27th day
The 1st, or Derby precinct, will elect two
deligates ; and the 2d, or Mulvane precinct
will elect two delegates.
Hy order of Committee.
A. Mixkicii, Cbcirmaii.
There will be a meeting or the Republi
can county central committee at the office
or Stanley A Wall.jn Wichita, Wednesday,
September 5, 1SS3, at 2 o'clock p. in., to con
sider the selection or delegates from this
county to attend the judicial convention or
the 18th Judicial district, at the city of Har
per, on the 12th day of September, 1883. A
lull attendance is desired.
W. E. Stanley, Chairman.
On Thursday morning last, in this city,
Mr. Reuben Roys and Miss Ilattie West.
Mr. Roys is one or the largest property
owners or our city, and his rair
bride is the daughter or W. C. and Mary
H. West. Tbc wedding was a home affair
with cards afterward. The newly mated
pair left on tbe next train lor a tour of Col
orado, from whence they will return by a
northern route through tbe lake country of
Wisconsin andthencc cast. We wish
them a pleasant voyage and a lire or hap
"Fixed to no iot it happiness secure,
'Tls nowhere to be found or everywhere
Notice to the Tublic : We have a good
many seats which we borrowed Irom Mr.
Barnes and Capt. Richey, so that wc can
, t. i.
iifairiiHTi.- .aJooiT; ,3
- "t j dl ryjUt)A-
. Loire? i'tUt-.ZAt- '
Attractive Styles, '' -
-'' " jViwt;f t '" ?: 'no: -.!'
"". '" 04 tt r,- . ,.?.w: -. '
Y ' ' Is, the-or tier i'of the day jtmk i.'r.-ai-l-'"j
"ttrtwui . 'i ! -.'; w !'' !fls -A
Slashing Summer Slaughter sin, 31the .Prices p& rp?Go6dsltt
G" The late cool weather has left us with a good many Summer Good on Imn.l which we must get rid of fcafore the tessoa closes.
TJLiiJY HIA."7"E, BESB2ST IVT A"RjIED X)OW2T TO &EKJIL,:
To increase their attractiveness, wc hare organized a
g.b:akd :o.l e a r i n g .out, s;A,ii e i
ivl.i.ad ryjf ? '?
ws liita - -. -,-
,yi vi '
t- ,.,.. i.n wMch everylhlnfr in'lheslore is MarkS. Down
'-.:$ & meetSL tmtei&tt 3tl- &w W ; ;' : 'Jf'
From a'Pin to aParasol;
K) ix ,he'; afco
-! SSSfc .
From a Towel to a Tablecloth, r EromBlahkets ;tb "Bunting!
i 6-i'i .
EST I have just j iftnrndd' from the ;East,'an'd, as imial, have llie
NEW GOODS? OF THE
Our store is filled from tloor to coilinir wilh the
i v i '.'-! .v r
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST STOCK OF GOODS!
' 25 Per Cent Below the Regular .Price. .,
. I i . r i Hf.
. .,1 T. Those of.our, customers who purchased dry goods ai our last regular sale of winter goods, will vouch for tin truth of our adrertNeinsn't that
Everything was Marked Down It was1 No
g" You will find the same at this lime. We will give yon Ilargain in everything in our Immense-' FsHlilMimont.
will save yon money now. We offer great inducements to those who are iii want of Dry Good. , . '
' :. ,-?
We saved yiTi'iTu'oiicy'llien .ve
OF .NEW, tGOODS!
t r 1 I . ' i
Must he reduced to the very lowest notch in two weeks, to make room for' the largest
stock ever seen
in tlie U'otl.
If you don't find Prices as we advertise, don't buy them.
A word to the wke.N stitlii-ieiit.
Ever brought to Wichita.
" A guarantee, accompanies .everything- bought at our establishment
-i -f 1 ' ,: f - -i 1 -if i
that it must be exactly as represented, or the money is refunded.
" I A , . .' I
! 5 1
CLOTH I IMG, &
BOOTS & SHOES.
t . f
r it'Hf ;l M'
accommodate all friends of tbc Second Hare
tlst Cuurcb who may visit us.
J. II. Bell, I'astor.
There will be an examination of appli
cants for positions lu the city schools, Sep
tember 3d and 4th, in tbe Fourth ward
school building in Wichita.
By order of tbe president of tbc board of
To the Editor of the Eagle :
Grant township having never had a
county officer, and thinking it is entitled to
recognition from tbc Itepubllcans of Sedg
wick county, wc Itepubllcans of Grant
township hereby announce T. K. Brown as
a candidate for the office of sheriff, know
ing htm to bo well qualified, and ask bis
nomination from the Republican county
convention to lie held at Wichita, Septcml
It. H. Hatfield,
It. L. Kcagy.
SI. W. Dewing,
A. 3. Weaver,
U. II. Jlayfield,
Thomas U. Hose.
A. II. Glffin,
II. K. Giflln.
John D. l'lngel,
J. II. Smith,
J. K. Cook,
. Y. Goounck.
T. L. Black,
E. 1.. Carnaban,
T. S. Spauldlnir,
J. SI. Hutchison,
W. C. Baslow.
J. T. Carpenter,
(1. W. Black,
W. W. Davis,
It. L. Carnaban,
K. M. Carnahan,
L. C. Waller,
A. J. Finch,
George W. Davit,
A. B. Fisher,
It. J. Allen,
J. C. Hyde,
8. L. Uaymontl,
N. L. Palmer,
G. H. Davis,
11. II. Carpenter,
.las. TV. Stead,
Hcv. W. C. Somer,
J. W. JicSIIIIen,
A. B. 1'eckover,
It. W. Cavilt,
Jay. lord au,
It. C. Noble,
K. L. Carey,
ltcv. W. J.Sandefur, G. K. Avres,
Lewis Kassett, A. J. Pease,
J. A. Clark.
C. C. Campbell.
S. T. Davison,
f. u. noetic.
J. K. Atn,
J. A. Hampton.
C. S. Palmer,
V. W. Gray,
C. A. Kace.
E. A. Pollard,
A. W. Benton,
u. w. More,
W. K. Lewis,
J. II. Harmon,
J. H. Host,
Fred J. Host.
J. C II. Swann,
II. II. Havne-.
L. C. Baxter,
G. W. Underwood.
E. W. Lassell,
Charles M. Pease, ,
J. H. Slowry. I
J. F. Mo wry,
J. C. Terrell,
Si. E. Goodell,
1). S. Illxon,
SI. F. Brown,
W. B. Poston,
W. II. Wofiender,
B. F. Bates.
Vt. E. HolbrooV,
Speed Biag of the Sedgwiek County Agrienl-
J. W. Hahtzkll, Superintendent.
Double team trooting race 3 in ; to har
ness. Purse, 950.00. First money, 23.00;
second, 15.00 ; third, 10.00.
Running, half mile beats, 3 in 5, weights
up. Purse, f 50.00. First money. 25.00;
second, 15.00 ; third, 10.00.
Trotting, 2:45 class, 3 in 5, to harness.
Purse, 8150.00. First money, 80.00 ; second,
40.00 ; third, 20.00 j lourth, 10.00.
Trotting, 2:28 class, 3 in 5 to harness.
Purse, SJ200.00. First money, 120.00; sec
ond, 50.00 ; third, 20.00 ; fourth 10.00.
Running, novelty race, 1 miles. Purc,
$50.00. First half mile. 10.00; first mile,
15,00; first mile and a half, 25.00.
TIUBD DAY. -
Trotting, 2:."-) class, 3 lu 5 to harness.
Purse, $200.00- First money, 120.00; sec
ond. 50.00: third. 20-00: fourth. 10.00..
Trotting, 3:00 class, 3 In bj to harness.'
Purse, $100.00. Fint money, 50.00; second,
25.00; tblnl, 15.00; fonrtb. 10.00.
.'Special trotting rice, in hanfes,to 'light
! . a ..rfnt . ...
roan wagon,, unvcu oy tauics oniy. nine
beats, 5 in 5. Purse, $100.00. First money,
50.00; second, 30.00; third, 20.00. One
heat to be trotted in 3 minutes or Ijctler, or
no money paid.
Trotting; 2:20 clafcs, one beat to be trotted
in 2:27 or better, or no money paid. 3 in 5
to harness. Purse,500.00. First money.
325.00; fecond, 125.00; third, 50.00.
Pacing, 2:20 class, oue heat to be paced
in 2:20 or better, or no money paid. Sin 5,
to harness. Purse, $400.00. 'First money.
250.00; sernml. 100.00 : third: M.Ofl.
, r , r
Rtnnlng, mile heats, 3 In 5, weight up.
Purse, $200.00. First money, 115.00; sec
ond, 50.00 ; third, 25 00 ; fourth, 10.00.
A good girl to do general bouse work.
Wages, $3 a week ; no washing. Enquire
at II. Imboden's, Emporia, avenue.
If you want to sell or trade your farm or
city property', call on or write a description
to Nl.xon Elliott,
21-tf 12S Douglas Avenue, Wichita.
Mr. J. O. McCoy, the well-known feed
and commission man, has established a
"fruit and honey depot" at II? Douglas
avenue, where will be found all kinds of
fruits in their season, also a large stock of
new white clover comb and extracted honey
In all sized packages suitable for family and
dealer trade, which will be sold at prices
that defy competition. 22-4 1
Parties that are thinking of taking a trip
to eastern points should not forget that at
the union depot they can bare tbe advan
tage of two lines or railroad, both of which
get you through on time and sake close
connection at Kansas City and 8L Louis lor
all points. Rates always as low as by any
other line. n
Nanseur Hlpsh are receiving their fall
stock and things are lively around tbe Koyi
block, receiving, opeabig aad marking
good, which by the way they are aurklBg
very low, believing that they eon do better
oaqaick aalea aad seaoH proBU. it
Two acre west of depot fee sale, orl ex
change for cheap land. Will be divided, if
send adsUtlM. ImUim aad aatr Unas
to that who wis to we their aaetM ta
! the) all Ma; awt) pantoi wlataiktMft
eiatjjt --! &! e aM aew
I WMaW StMsVCB9eMoMiMAWMah-
J' -- :tAi:ylMS'i', ; vsss&u -
ti- jew8': vffim4immwm
- ' - ' - " -'--uni-nB?. '"!'---1 j. m i..-. :jr3BMrtfcgamr , ?v. .-srfc-
Choice Lands Fcr Sale.
We arc the owners of and have for talc
tbe following tracts of choice grazing lands
In the State or Texas :
17,712 acres in one body In Roberts county.
17,712 acres in one body lu Crosby couuty.
13,000 acres In one body in Crosby county.
20,000 acres in one body In Archer county.
Twenty years lime with S prr cent. Inter
est will be given 011 a part of tbe purchase
money, balance on easy terms. For further
Information call on E. AV. Israel & Sons,
Wichita, Kansas, or
C. W. Israel & Co.,
Bankers, Henrietta, Clay County, Texai.jr
Fer Sale Farm and Saesp. "
320 acres 24 miles west 6f Wichita, ou the
Nlnuecah river; second bottom, well wa
tered, adapted lor either grazing or farm
ing, 80 acres under cultivation, bouse, sta
ble, wool bouse, 1 J-acrc correl, good well ;
2,500 head graded sheep, 1,400 Slerinos
balance Cottswolds and Southdowns mixed.
Have been improving original stock for
tbe past four years with Ohio and Michigan
thoroughbred Merino bucks. Will sell
sheep at $2.00 per bead. Price of tbe farm
and sheep, $7,000.
10-tf JOCBLYN & TnOMAS.
Farmers Take Ketiee.
We have leased tbe Farmers and Mer
chants Mill, corner Topeka and Donglas
Avenues. Will exchange or grind your
wheat and warrant bar Sour, as we make
nothing-bat a straight xxxznewproeet
flour. Give ua a trial. Corn nteal aad
groned red always on iiaad. ' .'
18-tf Hurst Xa-wcor.
TiaWiiirWaWI-aeT. tarmyae, '
Will stand for service at "Msplewood
farm" one-half mile tewat ot Arta
tat River bridge. Terms, $2.00 invariably
at time of service.- Abo Jersey bnH, "Dak
of Sedgwick," at the some place. Teraw,
5.00 at time of service. '
S-U R. E. LawstarcK1
All the money in the world ie of ao Tah
to yon ualets yon have health end stteagth.
Dr. Jackson's faatous Soot and Herb Cor
dial wiH snake you healthy, strong aad rig
orous; "vitalize, porify aad enrich year
blood. Sold by all droggUta. W-M
Don't forget the ItabaidXertgagaCoaa
ia their aew quarters corner of Mala ateatt
The cheapest lata am la BHott'i
? - .j-a. K''i fc
aaassa. ftMsVetaat off Hoafloasa'ai aaaaaw a
eMaWJtMtnaawitlah aittlpaaW t
' --- W. "". J"ta. V-. Jj
Baggiei, Carriage! and Spriag Wagoai by
the Car Lead.
Gen. B. B. Egglestou has just returned
from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he purchased
with cash, a large assortment of carriages,
buggies and spring-wagons all manufactur
ed by.D. W. Miller CacrIageCompany, and
which he expects will arrive about tbe 10th
of this month. Any one contemplating
purchasing a carriage, buggy or wagon will
do well to wait and examine his stock be
fore purchasing'. As he bought for cashand
from first bands' be can save the purchaser
two or three commissions and give him a
Xo. 1 article. So shoddy about any thing
be sells! All will bo warranted just as rep
resented. "So wait for the wagons and yon
can all take a ride." 20-41
Don't Forget that we are Going Out of the Boot and Shoe Trade.
TT T O
This is the best chniiec roil ever liml to
in ;boots & ,sh:oes.
nsntsrEs fc boss
, ., '
SSSSS )N-X-T-P-0( SSSSS
&&&& Under the Horaeahoa. &&&&
&&& , , . ! &&&ic. i
ItHRR t) ' i - Rlllllt '
OOOO .m.v - ' OOOO - .
1 A For Salter Trade: '
At a bargain. One corn mill, elevator
cleaner, one. bolting reel and chest, belts
pnllcys,:shafting ,all complete and in run
ning order. Address
20-4t Wichita, Kana.
Stock ranches one of 3,500, one ot 1,200
and one or 1,000 aires, for sale cheap by
21-tf Nixon Elliott.
For Chills and Fever, Ague. Dumb and
Third Day Ague, remittent or Intermittent
fever, or any disease of a malarious nature,
use Collins' Ague Cure. It is an absolute
and positive cure, thoroughly cleansing the
system ol all germs ol malarial poison, act
ing directly upou tbe liver and bowels.
Every bottle Is warranted to cure or money
refunded. Price, .V) cents. Sold by alt
Oood business lots on Douglas Avenue,
for sale by Nixon Elliott. 21-tf
Fiat Resident Lett fu Sale.
Mr. Wm. Qreiflensteln offers for sale on
eaonable terms and fair prices, a number
of resident lots, each containing a full acre
of ground. For particulars call on him or
J. M. Steele. 4-tl
I j-j ' . n?
XA. largo variety4f choicest reset ror sale.
C. A. Paksons,
l.Vtf Motley avenue, north of First st.
325 grade Merino sheep under Tour years
old. Cheap if told within 15 days. Address
J. II. Royer, Urbana, Kansas.
S. T. Jones, sash, door, blind, scroll and
bracket manufactury, west side of Main
street, north or tbe Occidental Hotel Wich
ita, Kansas. 43-ly
We have a few fine, pure-blooded Buff
Cochin cockerels to sell at one and two
dollars each. Lawrence avenne, 3d bouse
south or Donglas, Wichita Kansas.
2-tt Baldwin A Sox.
Collins' Ague Cure Is a strictly vegetable
remedy which never tails to cure Chills and
Fever, Third Day and Dumb Ague, and
every form of intermittent aad malarial dls
ease. Beeu'lti are produced with this rem
edy that are simply Impossible with qui
nine, or aay .other preparation. Price, B0
cents per 'bottle; every bottle warranted.
Sold by all druggists. 19-18
ColMaa' Agae 'Care aot only 'breaks np
chills aad fever at once, bat it remove the
MMd" WUout secretions, thoronghly
elesneee the system aad permanently cures
thediseaae. It i the grandest aaU-bllioua
reeaedjr aad Mver regalator la the whole
eld of aaedlHan. Priee, 60 cents: every
hOtMe wwraatod. Sold by all druggists.
8. These at Joaesv-cesrtraetor aad bulld
r : alto aatm, door aad Wind auanCacturer,
Main street, S doors aearth ol the Occidental
Hotel, WUhttsy Kinena 43-ly
: I have ao dit-
aeaitiew to heart ai the sacrKa of osry pa
tent aaed(eiae,.bat three. 1 wtatatn ago I froao
y foot aad have iafed a gnat deal. I
have tried a'-greaanaay dlsraat Ueida of
laHdMaev hat .of ao aae. TearAB-HeaJ-
togBWsaaihaeaeaaaaoessa. 1 t
,4aaaamata aaaa. s -.xa.. 'W
THE ARKANSAS VALLEY AGRICULTUEAL SOCIETY!
their JVew Grounds one-half mile north-west of tho west end of the
iron liriilge at Wichita) t , .
Sept.-4th, , 5th, 6th ; & 1883.
The entry books wilj be open Saturday, August 25th, at the office ol
I). A. Mitchell, Secretary, over Ilarilinjf &., Fisher's bookstore, Main street,
ami remain open until .1 p. m. on Friday; .-iller wlnrli tlicy will be
the Fair Grounds.
See Premium List.
'Also Glass L, Specials.
Silverware Premiums in Kassel's Window.
Speed Ring, 2d, 3d & 4th Days.
i 1 '
r j je
I ' riitMLiPREMIUMS.
Nolle la hereby (ivtn that all parties are
prohibited from potting noticm aad piloting
atgnt npoo, or ta auy manner dlttfnrin;, th
Iron hridn loeatd at the wvst end of Ooaglas
arenne, Wichita, Konsu, nndr psnalty of ?
dollars for each and stctt obom. JThla. ordtr
will b rigidly enlbrcwl. '. T
. O. W. STKEXROD,
A. W. OUVKB,
O. W. WALTER.
AttMt: E. A. Doaur, County Cltrk. 9-
The Eureka Springs Lumber Company has
now a full tupply of lumber In all all its va
rieties, viz : Dimension of all sizes includ
ing 6x6 of different lengths of pine and oak,"
cypress" aad pine ahlngle,fenelag and plas
tering lathi sawed aad splltvoak aad cedar
posts, corn-crib and fencing lumber, fioltb
log and boxing leather, flooring and siding
and dressed itrlpe, and long' heavy joists,
together with oak plank suitable for side
walks and brides, all ol which I will tell at
araea lower frUet than ever before offered In
Wichita. I am permanently established In
the lumber business aad propose to do aa
advertised. Join Dana, Agent.
Sheaf le? Sale.
I will sell at a bargain, if taken aeon,
about 120 head of graded sheep including
four Merino rants la good condition. May
be found at aay farm six miles east and half
a mile south of DoagUa aveaae, or address
W. O.Clark, box 467, WlehUa. -Jt
From one to two thousand ewes, princi
pally two-year-olds. WiH be let In numbers
to suit, on very liberal teraw, to the right
kind of men. CaHoaoraatdreea
21-tf C. A. Bcdd, Wichita, Kansas.
166 good three, 1W loog two. Aay par-
tie wanting to hay leading steers will do
weH to call oa W. W. Melaa,iVaHey
wmlJ'-a o wa wt t.'ta'- iri . '
a""i " " -r " '"" ""'
The wealth of Sedgwiek oaaaty
to loan by Wxoa WWrtt.
Why do yea easajlela mt If yea are
feeHag had, take Pr.Jaektoa'a Boot aad
nerbCaedtal. It WW toflaatato. atreagttj
ea,ivKeaHae aad enrich year htawaj, aad
give yea new Hia. Tor ni braH drag
TSrf!- .-f.n .5;ii5
W f vi
Learal Notice. ,
(Flrat pablkatlin Aarnataotkr't.)
lu the District Court of Stdrwlck eonnlr.
saniora u. raraoursc, piainiio.
t-'th 3, Johnson, defendant.
to arm s.jonnton, aejenaauf
You are notified that tou have been sued In
the Dietrlct Court or Solirwlck molr, ansas,
br aanford II. Paxkhnrat. plaintiff, aad jou
snout answer the petition flint In told action In
the ofllee of the clerk or aald court, be aald
piainun, (Bini( jou, ou or oerure uciouer inn
A. 0. 1st!, ur the hrm will be token at true,
aad Jodameat will be rendered accordingly.
The prayer of sold petition U as follows, viz. :
to sen your interest in me roiiowine real eeuie
prayer or said pe
f vour interest In
tltnated In the coonty of 8edgwlek. Slate of
honaoe, towlt: The west half of the eontnteet
quarter of section two, and the east halfof th
eoatheatt quarter or tectloej three, la townahlp
twenty-nlae south, or-nage three weat, tub
Ject to the moTtgafe lieu oa tatd land, to aatUfy
a Judgment for aiM.tr.-wlta latemt thereon
from Jlarchtn, 18, at aix percent, per an
num; and for any other rtller niullable and
Jaat In tae premise
Uateil AnguetaKh, 1883.
eiANruRll U. PAKKnCKST,
Notice by Publication.
rrirtt publlcaUoa August 23, IS81J
la the District Court of Sedgwick county,
State or Kaatae.
Doalet I- Grove, plaintiff, 1
The above-named Elisabeth Grove is neralr
notlaed that she has beta sued by plaintiff.
Denial L. Urove, la the Otetrlet Court of eedf -wick
county, Btata or Koaaae. aad that aalees
the aarwer the petition of ptatattaT. aMed aaalaet
her In the oBfceof the clerk of eaM eaart, fcy
the tU day t Octeber, A. D. leaf, eaid y-
be loaea oa true oao iadcsaeatwtll
last her, dlroretag ablaut
aad araaUaa- toaitiaUff the
core aad custody of Etta May Grove, ia aeeonl-
aoce wiuj uie prayer or aaia pea uea.
gTAXLKY M WAIX,
li-4 AUoraeys Cerrtaintle.
be readered aga!
from defendant, i
f first publleattoa AunstaMfe, lata.)
n aieaeraaw aware tf i mrf i
Tae aarttrslaieit aeUtluaaie.
koaeeholdereof Baa eeaaty ot leaaakh. Kaa-
sas, aad tustdlaf la she vleJalty of the road
aerela prayed for, ietinlaHj swttuoa year
hoanrabM body. atyoaraext eaaaal meellna.
toaaakeaaaMOfjnaUoaof soar hsadreddol
lare to aid bt baUdlag a brldeje nemos Cktahola
td raaaeng aewth aad aaaehreal the tee-
lae read raaalna
tasraahlp tweatr-elz can. raaaa
aiiawatad ta the Board af Cenaiylsentatetlna
Wm9 aaV fffsaaweTaT eTwaeaBJajajaw JnjaaaBBBBaaaf aeaj ejeawevaaewre eweaaVa
eeaiajr aa sfvrsartattea at, ae ta aassst ta
ttleBaaataaa aaesea 'lean stash wises aha
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DiriRTMENT Or Till I.1TSKIOU,
Orrica or Isdia! Arriliw
UjimilGiox. DC . Anauat 17. l!KI.
Sealed proposal., ewloraet "rrool r.ir
the construction of an Industrial School llullcl
loirat tbe Wichita Aireiicr, Indian TerrlU.ry,"
wlllbero-elredntlhUoaire uuiil 12 o'clock m
iloD.IT, Septrmlier t;ili, 1KB.
The bnllillnn- U to lie or brick, which are lo
be rurnlatml krthe Indiana, ileilrrrnl on the
alteor the bnllding
Complete )lane and aierltlcitlona of the work
ran beetamlnedattheofficeorilatkfllA Wooal,
To il a, Kanaaa.Tiic Eiiium Wichita, Kanus,
ana Journei I at Kaneu City, ill.iwiiirl
The contract will be awarded to the lowe.t
reaponalble bidder, aiiblrct to the approtal of
the Secretary or the Interior, 'the Hunt Is,
however, reaerred to reject any and all bid ir
deemed lor the beat intereet or the aervire,
Proiioaats roust slate the lenxth of time re
qulred for the completion of the building; after
the approral of the contract
Eeery bid most be accompanied by n rertlllcl
check upon some United Mat. a deiioaltorr for
at least A" per cent, of the proaal, lajablr
to the order of the Commlaiinner of Indian Af
fairs, which cheek will be forfeited 10 the
Unitnl statea In c.e any bidder rrceltlazau
award ahall fall in eiecute promptly a contract
wilhgoodond aufficleot anretlcas vtherlep
lie returned to the bidder.
The contract wll I provide for three patmrnta.
two or which will be made at audi stage, of the
the laal imrment io be made when the btilblhi.'
work ae will fully protect the, L'nltnl Htatm
U comideted tod accepted
nefollemlng rnltt eorn ntte ratet ef tdenlit'
lng U the tl'icAlM nit Enale:
All traMlet cdeermemmtt tieenti-Jlte ttnlt
fee line for Ike Jlnt interim; flu- emit fer
tine foi ench nrntt'eipient titter lion.
Etery detcripliom of local, intlvdimq coutmer-
twi wironioaowi, areeitoject totpectmt ceafrerr,
depending upo-tt tpoce and length of time tor vkicl
AU legal adeerluementi. including tnote of
mtatr, couiifjr, tug or toiontnip, alto tneryj tale
and pttblUmlloH nolUtt, Ike rain prtttnled if
AU adoertitenentt are counted at lkotm tet in
lolld tunfareit, the bod) Igpe uted and ten linet ol
wiiH-ji eoviitruie n ttjuare.
Notice, for Publication.
LAND OVflCE l
At Wichita. Ka.. AuL-iist 8. la. f
Notice la hereby friven that the loliowiny
naineil settler has tiled notii-eofhW Inten
tion to make flnal'prpof In support of his
eMm. and that said tirodf.will ticniailp be
fore the U.-S natfd'Ofllce'.at Wichita. Kan
sas, on r nuiy, Hrptember Slat, le. viz :
Joaeph S. Jlaraliall, D. S. "o. 1,734, for tbe
a nwj of sec. 2j. twp. 20 aouth. range 3w.
Ho name tin following wllneaant to
prove hi continuous resldt-noe upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: Thro. Kerr,
It. Green and Wm. Nlgbtwongtr, of 1'eo
tone, Sdgw!ck county. Kansas, and James
Jiighswonxer.. of Clearwater, edgick
county. Kan. on.
2(WJ R. U Walkkk, ltegi.ler.
In the rrobate Court of Sedgwick cosnty.
In tbe matter of the eaUte of J. William
field, Frank '. Field and John A. ritld, min
or helm or John A., field, ileceaeil.
Said minor helra and all other. Interested are
hereby notified that on the zlat dae or July,
IBB Helen H. field, the duly apinlcted ami
iroallned jruardlan of the etuteof Mid heir..
Bled her.Dettllon la the I'robale C.nrt ot Hnlj-
wlek- county, Kaiuaa. praying for nnonlerof
aniii cnurt nnuinruioK ner, as uen mianimu. lo
cell all the rlrnt. title and Intereet or aald beire
la the following reel eaUte Ijlnirlu feilxwlrk
county, Kane., to wit: Lot aeteetr elpht (7S)
on Uoorlos avenne In the city of Wlchlu s and
that aald petition wilt be heard on Anen.t .tut.
18SJ, at the boorof 10 o'clock a. m.
'narllanwr the t.tate ofaatd helra.
Slaw llatton. Attorneys.
8ervice by Publication.
(first publication Auruat ISth, IWC )
In the DUtrlct Court of Sedgwick county,
HearyA Kellotrg, ptatmir, )
D . A. Kellocjc. defendant. )
Th defendant aboTe-nemnl 1 hereby notlaed
that she hae been aned be the nleJetlo alnva.
named, and that ualees th answer th petition
led agauut her In the oMee of the Clerk of th
District Court of aald eouaty, by ih t7th day or
aeptembcr. Ian, said petition will b taken a
trn aad Jodrment radered ocalatt her, dlTore
rat; plaintiff from defendant, la accordance
with th prayer of aald oetlUoo.
Attorneys ror l-UiaUC tl-4
Service by Publication.
ftlrst publication August Wth, 10.)
Ia tk District Court or Sedgwick county,
Rachel Earner, plaintiff.
Jaauee O. B tin it. defeudaat
Ta. defendant qaor-naad la beretToiad
that he hae been eued byptalsUff named, aad
that anleee he aaawer the peUtiou filed aaalnst
alas la the oato or th Clerk of the District
Court of aald county, by th Bth day of Sep-
aer, eee. eeuu peuuoa win n uaea a trn
ludaiaeat be rendered aaalaat klm. dlrnre-
Isar ptaiaUC from defeadaat, la aecordoae
with ta prayer of aald peUUoa
aaaaaaana af aMaaaa aaal. aaaaaaaraaa Bl" eaB
.f y-Satawei Jaaa. aaaa. s ..r..l.. ass . aidiH . s . I r!Pjea
"'" ' T- ' 1 ' t- - aaeaatwap-. -;...;-3 -uvtreawaB'ar at'imBaiipk
aaan ; CIaaMaiaTaoie ta OsatVa elaaaii. ,-, -,-f. "-i -''I'-"aij tf" iw'ir i Tl'i i im'&tmfmmmi?SSmi
mmmj:: ,. -j .:. : &r&tsK i. : - n .:.- -.. ;w
(nrst publication August Jtb. U83 )
HoeU hereby trlrea that at th regnlar
... -. ..- ---rii 1 1 ii
sasaj feahtta tJateaar.aiislelltB.wMl baare-
mta aeuar nrsa eeawartailaa of aeHta
ak. via : Oa oa ta tnaathln Haa bHna
eh tawiahtaa of Great aad bead Between eae-
twa. at, raaaa 1 eaet, aad see. S as twa, as.
rn-erl nrTinrn rsi Trhiri sail mssl laaaais
easel es ers thlp ltatweeiM.a)rtwB.(.
aaaf 1 east, aad ate. S of ten. S. raaaa 1 aaei.
flsneeawaaBBBBr en aaaytaji
, aaa uuaea.
ftll .frJyi -. ,
District Court. Elxhteeuth Jmllrlal Dlairlrl.
etSWica county, Kansa.-.
(irluudo Manon t
S. A. Knirliah and lo A Knll.h. )
IIT rlitueoranonlerofelvl-eiirtluitor the
Dialrlrt Court or thi HlKhtreiith Judlrlal 111
trirt, .itinirlnand ror .sedxnick ronntr, Ken
an., wherein Urlando Man i. plalntliT. ai.d
N. A. Kna-llah an-l Oila A . Knull-li are defendant-,
I will, on
Honda, IkeVtlh day of September A. D, lw!,
at -J o'clock r.M , st thrmirt-b..i. ihnr, tie
inirat thernmtof the liiill.Ilnx knnfn a. lie
fheraon block, on Main atrpet, Ih tliecitynf
Wichita, Kunaaa, offer ror anle al pulille aur
lion to tbe hlzheaC bidder rorcmli In liainl, all
the rlitht, title ami interntor lliedne i.lniif.
N. A. Knicllah end O.le A. HnKll,li, In ami t
the rollnwlni;-deerlbl n-l priivrly, ainulnt
lu the county or .Sedgwick, Mai ,,r Kann-.
ImU number, one (I), three IX). lite (1),
eelreu (7). nine (I), eleeeu fit), liiirtreu (I.IJ,
lirteen (IS), aereuteen (II), nil eteen (l'J,,twe-ty-one
(-.'!) , tnenty-three fit) and twentyrio.
(.). on fourth atrnue; and Iota niuiibere Iwf
It), tour (1). tix (ii), elKht if), ten (iu. I.lr
(12), founeru (11), ile-u (111) elxhteen (Hi.
twenty (Ju), twentr-tuo (it), twenty-four r.'l
end twenty-alx am, on Cmuirla areuue : all In
.V, A Kngll.h'a ith aiidltlon to the rlly of
Wichita, nrconlluK to the rrrvrded plat tliereor
Sard real property i 1IkI upon oa the pni
erly of defendant. .N. A. fcnailali ami Hale V
t'l2l!sh,and will be aild to aali.ly n.ilil urder
Mirrlff. Oilier. IVh-hila, Kanaaa, Anjriut tltli,
A D. lt.
ii. K WArr.
sheriff Sc!l.:Lri,uiit), Kaua.
ho llarrla, rialutlff'e Attorney. ro-
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X. O. Welle aad J. l.'Tw.ll. r arm. Li-
wick eouaty. Knasa , aad T. Drake aad V. ?.
aad name th follow!
llorner. ot Wlchlu. Kaiuaa.
K. L. WAMfEB, Beadtter.
NEW RICH BLOOD.
pamvs nmm tm iu mm
RkP'wf1.""1 eoarptetelr eaaag ta
blood la ta entire systsas la thraa moattae.
Aay persoa who will tax I pill each ai-at flora
I to It week mar b reatoiedta. aiuTuu
lfanchaUleib itlM. Sold every where!
or ant try mall for eight letter staaw. Sead
ffnea laaaaalaa ff eat affaajaafew at. i w " .
aa -MtawwutBTB, . . aVDaKtVH tvU AOHOB.
MAKE HENS LAYI
Aa Eaclieh Vetertoarr
anw travtuag la tat eoottry, ear Hat moat si
ta nun aau uttsa luauer (pea aae am
worth! tranfe. He earn that - - - f-
dltloa rowdm are tbeolafty mn aad tav
neeaeelyrelaahl. Tthls ua stash a Ml man .
keaaUy Ilka (Haeridaa' CeaasHaa l-ewitss.
Doe. oteaape(afalet seeded Bead, aarfd
mrrtttn, or at by avatt fsr aaM lataar'
taaataa. t.S. JHattt&5S;2Z
Sold sWleulta try A14t1eaVwa Wa
trraatil. anaatiar a
ay Weaaa Taeawea Vaj l M a af i
ii the Dl.trlct Court ot Ihe fcl.iliti-.iilh .Imlir
lal Dl.trlrt, anting within ami lor Ibemiiulr
or !eilawick, in theta'eof Knamt.
Ihe Central Uank of Kanaaa. plalutlfl, )
Dutbl Morrhoti-e and Charlee II. More- f
henvr, defendanu. I
lly Tlitne ori, alia, onler l aate l.tued to me
out or tald Olalrlct Court In the abote-entltled
action, I will, on
Monday, Ike Ilif dug of Seplrmlier, .1. II, Iwrt,
atlo'elorkr. x. or aald day, at Ih eaat front
doororthe tourt-hoiiae, lieina; at Ihe fnintof
the building known as McPheraon blork, on
Main street. In the city or Wlchlu, In the
county or fedgurlck. In the Stale of Kanaaa,
offer at imhlle aale, awl tell t the highest end
beat bidder, forcaah in hand, an tbe following
deaerlbed rent estate, to wit:
The nortb-raat quarter I.'.) awl the eouUi eaat
nnrter t!i) or aectlon twenty hue til) In u.u
ahlp twenly.iilne () , range I e.t or the ixlh
l'ilnclal MerMlao. lying aud altiute lu lb
county of edgwlek. In the -tat of Kaneee.
Ihe auore-derlbe.1 real eatat la ukeu ae
the property of .aid defendant-, awl I. dire, to I
by aald onlerol aale to be auld.and will be
sold without airaiaemenl, to albrr Mtd order
H it. wa rr,
(herlff r Sedgwick county, Kenan..
.1 Ii Merarland.ur Tpeka, KanM., Attor
Crlrst imbllcitlon Auguat leth, 1ml.)
In the District Court or Sedgwlrk conn It.
Ii.Urt lllark i
John I. Liana awl bla Ktene.
I he ahoe-nauirl John I'. Krar.e and Ida Kr
ana are hereby notified that the hare heed aued
by th abnre-tiamed r'alutla Ut the lll.trlct
O.Urt rse.lgwlek eonnty, -Ui. of K ..... awl
tbat unle-e they aaawer ihe petilloa uf ald
plaintiff galnt them, Oie.1 In aald actio In
tli oitlce of Ihe clerk of said murl, by themtb.
da or Septenitier, IKJ1, eaid trillion will I
taken ae true, ami lodgment will l rend, red
k !d action In faror of eaM plaintiff sit
againal aid datandjuaU for ibeaum or 77 .V,
with intereet thereon from Uie latday or June,
law. at the rale of I per cent per annum, and
for the sal of Ihe following real etate. Irler
and tltaat In the county of f e-tgwlck a h Miale
of Kanaaa. to wll ;
Theeouth-eaat .,nart.r (V) of tectioa thlrty
flv (SI) la townahlp tweuty-oln (n eoutb, of
rang three ft) wet, awler a mort;ag, id aat
lafy W anm of money, Intereet awl eoeU of
eald action, in aconUuc with th uraTtrof
SLTJSS A BATTOX,
l-i llalntlff'e Attorneys.
Notice for Publication.
at WlebiU. Kanea. Aagatt U, las. , .
Xotlc Ie hereby rlten that th rollowlne;-
namedeeUIer hae fifed notice or ke tnteaibra
to make llaal oroof la eapport of her cUlm. awl
S" n"5J1",r' Jereof at the U. it Lao.1 I t
oeje at Wlchlu. lUneae, oa Saturday, th ' ,V
J?1 "H? ofSeotemtMrr. lad, tU: Bell. rrk. 4
D. ft. So. .7i4. ror th w BM, ee nw.
nw).-Mi.-andne.'.'.wU.ae.,lwp.Js.,r.Jw, , 5