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WICHITA, KANSAS, XOV. 15, 1883.
HUGENT NOT CORONER.
Doctored Returns and an Unfair Count
THE TABLE OF THE OFFICIAL FIGURES HAKES
IT A TIE.
Great excitement was produced In pollti
cal clrclei tbla morning upon tbc discovery
being made lij an expert In the Eagle of
fice that tlio official rcturtia made by the
county commissioners for publication, with
relation to tbc office of coroner, were, In
tbc column! of totali and majorities, Incor
rect, The Republican candidate, tbc Hon.
Thomaa Glorer, on tbe face of the returns
ties Esquire Nugent. Tbc county clerk ba
been enjoined by tbla office agalntt Issuing
a certificate until the county coinmUtloncrs
can be convened and tbe matter officially
and Judicially determined in the Intercut of
the perpetuity of American luftitutiona
- and tbe final victory of tbe Republican
J. I. Ilorton, of Anthony, U in tbc city
on business before Ibo United Slate Land
J.,E. Caldwell came down from Kuiporia
laat weclc and moved his family to the form
Mr. Oacar V. While, of Memphis, Is pay
ing bia mother and CapL W. S. White, hU
brother, a vl'lt.
Mrs. Dyer, wife or Hon. J. L. Oyer, la
not expected to live. Hho baa been sinking
rapidly for lome time, and la notviitelQtr.
Tbc tax levy for this county la four lnl
lara and ten cent?, while we tec I.) on
county's la five dollars and eighteen cent.
We bad a pleasant call from A. Kerrlrk,
of Hello rialne, Illinois, who Is visiting bis
on, Thomaa, who reticles In l'aync town
ship. It. V. Sherwood, or Rochester, Nciv York",
who ownca tonic valuable property near
tbo city, was In the city this week on an
Died, Itftuta city, Monday. November 12,
Leslie M , only child or Frank Y. and An
nie imvrr, rgeu three year and twelve
There maybe no lack or human sympathy,
no dearth or sympathetic tear;, but these
will bring no surcease to tbc agony or that
bomc. Ita light bat gone out, its Joy tud
denly vanished in night, leaving aching
hearts and distracted minds filled with un
utterable questions that touch God and Hit
wisdom and Ills mercy. An only child, the
first, a proud, boy lull or beauty and grace,
with a face that won all hearts, who one
day was making all the bouse resound with
bia Joyous, llfefull laughter, is tbe next day
struggling for breath as be pleadingly looks
Into the eyes of distracted father and moth
er for help, and, tbc next, cold and still in
death quiet, UDknown, Incomprehensible,
mysterious, awful death. Tbe bright day
ia clouded, soft summer is changed to wrath
ful winter, and a raylesa gloom, barren and
deep, settles down on tbe hearts or our
friends. Ob I tbe saddest cry of ibis earth,
and ever recurring, is, "where Is my little
boy that died?" Reason can furnish no an
swer, and If tbc stricken soul cannot then
there Is none. Another boy, his father's
hope and mother's delight, slips through
somo strango illness, and why then, why
should my boy be taken 1 You will tee him
riding bia wheeled charger, bear blm pat
tering through tbe house, catch assuring
tonca of bia childish voice and see, with
slartlius dlktinctncss, a look from bis great
bright ejes in somo fleeting shadow, all of
which will cause your tears alrcsh to flow,
but little Leslie will return to you no more.
Tbo wby, and the why, and the oh, and oh,
of tbe soul, audit waa my boy, my boy ! are
longing (jucstiona that can alone be answer
ed through the heart by Him who notes the
sparrow's fall ; and, while these uetlons
will be the burthen of your home and swell
the volume or tbe cry wblcb ever ascends
from human lips, He who bid little children,
will care for your Leslie until Timo shall
have soothed your sorrow and carried vou.
also, clone to the portals of that eternal gato
which ho lias entered In bis youth and
TWO TERMS OF COURT.
It is already evident that one term annu
ally of U. S. District Court at Wichita will
not serve tbo cndi of justice. In tbla Judge
Foster, Attorney Hallowell and U. S. Mar
thai Simpson all agrec,aa do tbe local officers
or that court. The county Jill is filling up
with U. S. prisoners who will have to lay In
confinement for a year unless Judge Foster
can sec tbe way and find the time to bold
an extra term. And tbe business will in
crease and that rapidly. There is but one
power that can increase the number of
terms and tbat Is Congress. Our citizens
should move In tbc matter at once. Until
such time as a new district can be formed
with both circuit and district courts, at
leaat two terms annually of tbe district
court should be provided for, to which mat
ter our member or Congress is most re
Caleb Tcter Tell so good over the general
result of tbc election last week, that be
came In and paid three years' subj-rrlplion
on bis KAGLK.
John Exlon has returned to hitifirrt lor,
that ol selling limeaud stone, and "ill be
found at bis old stand south side of Doug
. aa avenuo near the depot,
Tbcro will be pleaching next Sunday
evcuing. 18th Inst., at Kaglc Hall, ('Squire
Hobb.' office) by Rev. F. 1'. Smith, IT. I!,
minister. Special call ror organizing.
Thirteen full bags and pouches of mail
were received by Monday morning's ex
press from the north for this city, or neaily
a half ton ot matter in one siuglc mall.
Mayor Griflenttciu returned Irom the In
dian Territory last week. Hi adventures
by flood and field were of a lively, and at
times serious character, but he came up
U. H. Marshal Wade took N"i life ttalley lo
Topeka Tuesday evening, where she will be
confined In jail. Stanley .t Wall, her law
yers, are endeaverlng to have her released
on a reasonable ball.
CAS LIGHTS-OLD BLINKERS.
Sedgwick county polled almost fourtbou
sand votes, mid the full vote of tbe county
waa not cast by at leant five or six hundred.
Thie puts Scdgwlrk ahren'-t the leading
counties oT the State..
We call attention to the new feature in
real estate loans, introduced by tbc Valley
Land und Loan Company. They arc loan
IngatGpcrceut. Interest. See their adver
tisement in another column.
'The boys" In the HaGlk oilicc desire to
return their thanks to Captain George W.
Walter for a box of line cigars. May he
never know "bow sharper than a serpent's
tooth It is to have a thankless" constitu
ency. Mrs. A. J. Cook rendered the iiule ones
or our bomc excessively happy by present
Inir them with a crv fine full.lilond maltesn
kitten, whose fur rivals the seal or mole for I
softness. The vote of thanks was unani
A desperate attempt wa made by a pris
oner, at the county jail, on Monday morn
ing last, during the serving of breakfast to
escape. While Ills wife guarded the re
maining ones, Sheriff Watt ran tbo fellow
Into a barbed wire fence and took him in.
The work of Hying the rails on tbe new
extension from Wichita lo Kingman was
commenced In earnest on Mondpy by a large
force. Tbc end of the track was four or
five miles west Inst evening, and will go
forward at about one mile per dsy tiutll
L. F.Jones, of Cheney, came to the city
Tuesday night. It was dark, and lu cross
ing tbe bridge ncro-e the slough west of
the city, bo waa thrown from his carriage,
causing bia team to run away and complete
ly demolish bl,rig, blmfclf sustaining a
a number of bruises.
The finest set or retorts in the State, the
best works and tbc mojt capacious mains
are features pertaining lo tbe Wicblta gas
works. Judges or such works unhesitatin
ly declare that no city In the State possesses
such a complete system. That the gas
made and furnished will he of an excellent
quality there Is not the least doubt. Judge
Hill baa already invested upwards ol forty
thousand dollars and the expense is not yet
stopped. The works have been fired up,
and within a few days the manufacturing
process will he begun. In this connection
we desiie to call attention of tbo people
and of the city government once more to
the failure of the old blinkers, by courtesy
Tor years called street iamps, scattered here
and there about the city, and along ourtwo
principle business thoroughfares. Wc
(ought them before and after adoption by
the city, but our .light was in valu. Yet
they are Just as much of a rraud as they
cer were. Everybody lias known them to
be frauds. The have barely served to ren
der darkness visible, und to make some
show ol a pretence of city airs, and that's
nil, and at a cost that should have given us
ten times the light. One good gas burner
would give more light than a dozen ot those
odoriferous, wind-shaken, blinking, so-called
street lamps. One Iloulcvard lamp, like
the one lately erected at the corner of tlic
Kansas National Rank, Tor light is worth a
street full or the old frauds tbat wc have
gone on year after year paying our money
for. The timo has como to Lick them out.
Wc don't know what gas is going to cost
per thousand feet, but wc have no doubt
Judge Hill will be fair in his prices. At
any rate the city council should make an
immediate effort to transfer the cost of the
present nnn shadow-casters to something
descent. Outside of tbc fact that Judge
Hill's enterprise should be encouraged, tbc
tax-payers have some rights, and a dozen
or two Iloulcvard lamps would afford more
light than all tbc old smokers now lumber
ing our streets.
A MULE FARM.
The Chambcraburg, (Pa.) JStpoiitorg, of
last week, contains a long account of the
golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. William
Wilson, at their bomc, in Path Valley. The
aged pair are the father and mother of Mrs.
Jol-n F. Reese, of this city, who was pres
ent on the happy occasion. Besides the
children and grindehildren, numbering
thirty-one, there were a large number of
other guests present, and tbe present
were numerous and valuable. Five per
sons were present who witnessed the first
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of filty
years ago. The tables were decorated with
a profusion of the choicest flowers.
In this connection it cannot be out of
place to send greeting to tbe aged pair, and
to say that their son-in-law, Mr. J.F.Beese,
is one of Wichita's most respected citizens.
He has just completed a brick business
block, iron and glass front, which is an or
nament to the city. The upper floor 60x100
feel, is divided up Into private rooms and
offices, supplied with water and gas and
wasto pipes. The building is located in
tbe business center and will soon be a reg
ular bcc-blve of Industry and life. Tbe
rooms on the ground floor are intended for
mercantile purposes and are as handsome
and convenient as tbo best in the city.
Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bui-
linger was the scene of a happy party last
Wednesday evening. The children and
grandchildren, to the number of twenty,
bad made a party in honor of Mrs B's. fifti
eth biilhday, which found her hale, hearty
and happy, in a iioflie supplied by every
want, and whoso lights seemed more bright
aud whose music was more joyous, by the
presence of loving sons and daughters
grown to manhood and womanhood, and
who, nllh their pledges of love and affec
tion, wero there to cheer her who had
watched and lot ed them through all their
years. Mother once, grandmother now,
but lovely aud loving In both. Tbc pres
ents were mauy and appropriate, all of
which will be treasured by 'be dear old
mother, not for their intrinsic value, but
because or the hearts tbat suggested them
and the bauds which gave them. A boun
tiful supply of the conserves which furnish
ed the tabic reached our own evidencing
the bounty enjoyed by all.
We have given our bilU to Herman Stetn-
buchel ft Bro. to collect. Their office is on
Main street, up stairs la Dignei's block.
Anybody against whom we had accounts
before the first of September, 1868, Is here
by requested to call and settle with Herman
Stelnbuchel ft Bro., who are hereby author
ized to receipt for same.
33-2t Das. Wunxocs: ft Wnnxocr.
If you want a loan on good real estate
for one, two cr three years, consult your
best interests and call on the. Lombard
Mortgage Company, and they will satisfy
L. W. Ong, the photographer, has just
received a one lot of picture frames for the
holiday trade, which he will sell cheap.
Two good plasterers can gat steady em
ployment by calling on Stone- ft Burson, at
Kimmerle ft Adams' marble works. 33-2t
Mrs. Dr. Emerson will treat all diseases,
and never falls to get at tbe true state of
the patient's health. Sore eyes and syph
ilitic disesses a specialty. First stairway
north of poaloOce, Temple block. 34-4
Hay Tor Bali.
Dr. Wm. Neeley has about three hundred
tons of bay, stacked tour miles southwest
of this city, which he desires to sell in the
bulk, or to some party who wants to feed it
on the ground. In ease the hay is fed on
the ground he will put up a five-acre corra
without extra charge. Address, Dr. Wm.
Xeeley, Postofflce box 133, Wichita, Kan
Ong has so arranged his gallery that be
is now In better shape than ever for mak
ing fine pictures. He also has a fine opera
tor and retoucher. 3411
The Lombard Mortgage Company will
loan money at low rates for six, Beven or
more years, and give' an option clauso If
Ferrell has laid out in town lots 30 acres
more, just cast ol Hodson's bouse on Law
rence Avenue, which it will pay purchasers
to examine. 13-tf
Frank S. Carlton bought the Clydesdale
thoroughbred stallion brought in by Lind
say from Canada. The price was In o thou
sand five hundred dollars. Mr. Carlton
says without doubt ho has one of the finest
horses In the United .State, aud the ludira
tious are that he has.
The A. M. E. Church have received a now
pastor tn the person or Rev. Turner, who
Is a well-educated, bright scholar, a thinker
and a man evidently up with tbo best
thought ol tbo times. Tbat the church
will grow and pro-per under his ministra
tlons we think there ia no doubt.
XcGriffft BOrkcrldge have been turning
out some. excellent work in the lino or bug.
gles and wagons. The delivery wagon
built for Corbctl is not equalled by any
work seen on our streets, most of which is
from eastern shops, while tho material is of
tbe very best aml.tnoit lasting qualities.
Joo Furroan'a blood bay thoroughbred
Norman colt, Kansas Roy, two years old
past, now weighs one thousand four hun
dred pounds. He is a maguiflcenl animal
and will In maturity tip the beam at seven
tecu hundred. Mr. F. was offered one dol
lar per pound for blm this fall.
Surveyor Jackson, of the Santa Fc, says
tbat the road they are building from this
city to Kingman, when finished, will be the
best piece ol rallmad in tbe State ot Kan
sas, and tbat the brldgeacrosslbe Arkansa
river is the best bridge or the kind built tn
tbe State, afl ol which means that It will be
ued Tor heavy work.
George Bergman Is stepping rather lolll
Jy considering Its only a girl baby, but !
ter babies are weighed with delicious
sweets for balances, while brother babies
are weighed with rocks and bricks, scrap
Iron and sticks. Where there Is pride for
boys there ls!lnjv for girls, and we congrat
ulate ueorgc anu ins wire.
For the second week lu Jauuary the
Grand Army post,of Wichita, have made
arrangmcoU for the presentation of a play,
under the auspices of a Philadelphia gen
tleman, which -is said to be tbc tincrt con
ception yet or army and prison life. Home
talent, of histrionic proclivities, will be
given a chance In tho Ideality, and applica
tions must be made soon.
Tho indications seem to favor au open
winter, at least tbe weather prognostic!
tors all lean in that direction. Open win
ters are very pleasant, but tbo best crop
years follow severe winters, yet, tbrrailfall
ba been so extraordinary a dry wlotcrmay
not hurt., Tbe first Ice formed last Monday
morning just perceptible and winter
wheat never losktd so well.
Gardner's Karl Company will appear In
this city 'Wednesday, Nor. SL Mr. Gard
ner la a German dialect comedian support
ed by Miss Paul Rosa, a clever soubrettc.
lie has- melodious voice with which he
delights hla audiences in bia songs, thief
among which are tbe "Lullaby," and "Veg
etable Vender Mr. Gardner waa hero
once 'before, and wilt be warmly greeted
with a good house.
General B.BJgg!caton has been appoint
ed general tuperintendent of tbe water
works system or this city vice J. A. Jones
resigned. General Egglrston, while we
sWiistbW of his special qualification
far en position, is - solid man of large bo
tees experience whose interest!, are
thoteagnty identified with tbe city, and
who, we believe, will make a very popular
superintendent. We are much pleased with
1"iJjT'J?'f-''. I .mi.,
Mr. Geo, W. Thompson, of this city Is
Mr. W. W. Smith, of Vacaville, Caliror
nla, owns some choice land in this county
which he purchased In lb3, including one
section, or mile square, four miles cast or
town. Mr. S. arrived here from California
on Saturday last, when be informed us that
h was en route Tor the blue gras hills oT
Kentucky where lie expects to purchase a
number of tho finest jacks to be round,
which will be sent out to this county and
to the section ot land above mentioned. He
will then visit the horse markets ot St.
Louis and Chicago lu see what can be had
In tho way ol Amcrieau brood marcs. If
nothing happens Mr. Smith will bo ready
in a Tew weeks to open upon section twelve
one of the most extensive miilo Tanns In
the west. The man who will have charge
or the enterprise has spent his lilo in tbe
business, and Mr. S. thinks the success and
profitableness ol such a farm in this valley
arc bej ond que'stlon. Horses and mules
are unirormily healthy here, grass abundant
and tbc demand fur mules unfailing. -Hut
more of this in the future. As we said Mr.
Smith came to Wichita lu 1ST3 Tor the sole
purpose oT investing In cheap lands. From
here he went lo ttie Xappa valley, Califor
nia, where be bought a young fruit farm
paying sixty dollars an acre Tor It. Lat
week he was offered four hundred and forty
dollars an acre ror the same place which Is
now annually loaded with fruit. He says
Mr. Gricflcnsticn offered lo give, him tbc
lots now occupied by the Citizen's Rank
and Gossard's building. If bo would put up
a twclve-hundrcd-dollar bou,o on them.
He would havo done so but he could secure
neither carpenters or lumber. The loU are
now worth eight or ten thousand dollars.
Col. llartzill has leased tbc J.K.Caldwell
property, on VV atcr street, whero be will
open out housekeeping in a few days. The
residence will be very handy to his office
and stables. The Topcka papers speak of
one or the bears of Hartzcll's Park getting
loose, violently attacking and severely
wounding a man who sues tbe Park Com
pany for several thousand dollars damages.
Col. Hartzell has no longer auv interest In
that company, and is therefore In now way
responsible for the damage.
Mr. J. S. Jcvvctt, tbe proprietor of River-
view Farm, situated between the rivers,
brought In twelve sweet potatoes that
weighed Just one bushel, or fifty-six
pounds. Three potatoes to the peck does
pretty well even for this voluptuously pro
ductive valley. Mr. Jevvett raises such for
hotel purposes as they arc entirely too un
wieldy for family use. A popular boarding
bouse might manage to get away with one
at a singlo meal, but such basherics arc
Collins' Ague Cure not only breaks up
chills and fever at once, but it removes the
morbid bilious secretions, thoroughly
cleanses the system and permanently cures
the disease. It is tbe grandest anti-bilious
remedy and liver regulator In the whole
Geld of medicine. Price, DO cents; every
bottle warranted. Sold by all druggists.
S. Thomas Jones, contractor and build
er; also sash, door and blind manufacturer,
Mam street, 3 doors south ol tbc Occidental
Hotel, Wichita, Kansas. 43-1 y
If you want to sell or trade your farm or
city property, call on 'or write a description
to Nixon Elliott,
. 21-tf 123 Douglas Avenue, Wichita.
Collins' Ague Cure is a strictly vegetable
remedy which never fails to cure Chills snd
Fever, Third Day and Dumb Ague, and
every form of Intermittent and malarial dls
case. Results are produced with this rem
edy that arc simply impossible with qui
nine or any other preparation. Price', f0
cents per bottle; every bottle warranted
Sold by all druggists. 19-18
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i , ' .WeiiBiUtKttfor'4
We arc informed tbat a majority of the
saloon men, who were fined last spring and
were released by tbo commissioners on tbe
payment of costs and a promise to pay,
have deposited one hundred dollars: apiece
with the tieasurcr.
Wc received several telegrams and letters
on the election, but this on a postal card is
cute and characteristic :
Caluvvell, Nov. 0th, 1863.
Glory to tho Lord I You did well in
Sedgwick. Bully Tor Sluss. Hctcii.
ItOO.NK l'OSTOFKICK, KaN'.,X0V. 0, 1683.
To tkt ,htor of the Eagle.
Please say in tho Kaoi.k that Joint Dis
trict, No. C3 and S3, want a teacher lor tbe
present winter tirm or four months.
R. J. Hukle, District Clerk.
'. CITY MARKET.
THE BEAUTIFUL ENCHANTRESS.
r of a brilliant waltz jast publish
es! by W. B. Head entitled, "The Occident
al." Tsn eossposlUon Is a deUghlfnl one,
4 lsWetstesMic' was out or press the
K. '?&tawakt. wW be very
kW'IX ' . ?
C. Rally, the dark-eyed, trim.
handsome young woman, the fire of wbo'e
nature so surely enwraps all with whom
she conies In contact, uow being held in
this city Tor thciurdcrof Clement Botbam
by, the I'nglishman, hut whoso face and
eyes have persuaded evcrvbody of her In
nocence excepting the U. S. attorney, her
prosecutor, turns up in a new role. Robert
Rcisc, the tvvcnty.tvvo-year-old son of a
rich Mllvvaukecan, comes forward at this
unauspicloiH season ami sues our beautiful
Nell lor a divorce, alleging that he had met
the Taelnatlng being at the Waukesha
springs lal April, when, by her arts, she
married him against his will. Poor fellow!
He allege that while she lingered around
she lavished all the passions of her firery
nature upon him, but alas, she went away,
and now he asks that the red-hot cord that
bound their melting heaits In one be sev
ered, legally. Peck's Sun, commenting on
the perils which thus surround the innocent
young men nbo flicker around summer-
resort girls observes, that there Isno know
ing whether one of them is loaded for bear
or not. Outwardly they wear the resent'
blance of angels, or a daisy liver pad, but
at last they bite like an anocanda or shoot
like a cowboy. It seems that tbc Waukesha
joulh trained too long with our Impressive
Nellie, and hi now awakes to find that he
Is a man of a very numerous family with
several prescinds to hear from; but, until
heard from. Sheriff Walt will guard our
precious ward aud )cr many jewels.
A package or box or stoekings and mit
tens for mnnirna and papa and the babies,
was received through the malls at tbc Wlch
Ita office, one day last week, without so
much an tbc scratch or a pen to tell where
tbe came from or where they were going
to. Some kind-hearted graudmotber, no
doubt, put in the summer in this labor of
love, for they arc all knit with great taste
and caro, and It worries us tbat they should
have failed to reach tho loved ones. To
consign them to tbe dead letter office,
where torn of such love tokens are ever be
ing poured, seems too bad. We with this
paper might reach tbo parties lor whom
they were made. Packages- by the dozens
and by the thousands are sent to tbe dead
letter office to be sold for a song simply be
cause the senders fail to use strong paper
and strong twine, the address getting worn
and rubbed off in tbe heavy grinding mails.
There are pretty baby fixings, fine laces
and ribbons, bonnets, hats and flowers, and
a thousand love tokens, but we never saw
a package we regret so much to send to the
recepUcle of the vwdalsaed as this one
which is, so evidently from some dear old
loving heart and finger.
Among all the candidates who failed of a
nomination before the 'Republican Conven
tion last fali, m one acted mere manly than
Charley Stanley who was a candidate .for
clerk. He dWn't oereMM a etngle aeur,
but went heartily to work for the whole
ticket. Hie eathnsls and goodnature
wewstatpnrnassed by sej lay nominees.
Heant onty swide' several tripe to the eoao
try to' see and advise with friends, bat
beta to canvas eyei voter in twn of, the
warts, 'aMt , , man in the party was nwrc
hsjnamaT naTsmaf ammsw mmMsmmVaml ammmsv& ism ammn sMsmmmYsT
smfn.VTn sTbwV mVmTrw sBa Wmll net MSTV Wmrlj
Wheat, dry and in condition (or mill
s' 11 ' 7X
Shipping wheat njT3
New corn 22
At tbe residence of D. J. Chatfield, on
Fourth ave.. by lir. R. Kllv. on Thursday
evening, November 8th. N. M. Stephens, of
usKaioosa, jvansas, to jiiss JMeuie JtieeKcr,
oi una city.
The bride has been living in our city but
a short time,Htit bud made a number of
pleasant acquaintances, who gathered' at
the residence of Mr. Chatfield on the Sat
urday evening following to congratulate
and wish them a happy journey through
Wichita Still Booming.
On account of strangers who daily flock
to our city, we have concluded to reduce
the prices of groceries and provisions in
order to make room for daily arrivals of
fresh goods. We offer to cash buyers, C
packages of Arbucklcs coffee for $1, other
roasted coffees in bulk, from 4 to 9 lbs. per
(I. Teas and sugars at a big reJuctlon
Fine sorghum syrup for CO cts. per gallon,
Also about 9400 worth of pure apple cider
vinegar at 30 cts. per gallon in small lots,
25 cts. by the keg, and 19 cts. per gallon in
barrel tots. J. R. Turner, & Co,
South side Douglas avenue, 3d door west
of Main. 33
Tu Rolls of Sedgwick County, Kio.su, for
the year 1883.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFOTCK I
Wichita, Kaxsas, Nov. S, 1983.
Notice Is beraby given that I have this day
rscefved tba tax rolls of Sedgwick county for
thit year 1883, and that the following Is a correct
staumant of the tax levied on each on hundred
dollars valuation Tor State, county, township,
school, city, and other purposes.
Regular communication Wicblta Lodge,
No. 99, A. F. & A. M. Monday evening,
Nov. 19th, at 7:3.1 sharp. Work in third de
gree. All M. Ms. arc cordially invited to
MEMPHIS ROUTE SOUTH.
KANSAS CITY TO MEMPHIS WJTHOUf CHANGE OF
Tho attention or the people ol tho West
and North-west f called to the Memphis
extension or the Kansas City, Fort Scott &
Gulf Railroad, now completed and in oper
ation between Kansas City, Missouri, and
.Memphis, Tenucsscc. Tho completion of
this short line to tbe South brings that
heretofore to the West practicclly inacces
sible sectlou into close relation with the
West and Nonh-wcst to the very great ad
vantage of all. .
Through trains for Memphis with Pull
man palace sleeping car and elegant day
coaches leave Kansas City daily, saving fre
quent changes and many hours timo to
Memphis, Jacksonville, Fla., New Orleans,
and ail Southern cities. Tourists' tickets
via this short route to Jacksonville,Mobllc,
New Orleans, and all tbe winter pleasure
resorts or the South, will be on sale at al1
coupon offices throughout tho West. A
map of this new route has Just been pre
pared and will be mailed free on applica
tion to J. E. Lock wood, (. 1. AT.A,
Kansas City, Mo.
Containing one 20-dollar gold piece, t9
greenbacks and about 810 in change, with
Theodore OtU' name on slip of paper. The
finder wilt please leave It at this office, and
get $10 reward. 34-3
Netlei to Euttn.
All persons are. hereby notified not to
trespass, by hunting or shooting, on lands
belonging to the following persons residing
in Union township : J. K. Steele, S.Maine,
J. W. White, C. Jlerklc, R. Tucker ami W.
F. Stevens. Trespassers will be prosecut
ed if apprehended. 44-3t
rre-arraugements for kitting should be
made if possible al Ong's gallery from now
until after the holiday, as he is crowded
with work. You will then be waited upon
at the appointed time, and thus not have to
waft so loug. Pictures that you want be
fore tbe holidays order soon.
34lf L. W. OHO.
Option clauses inserted In all mortgages,
if desired, by tbe Lombard Mortgage Com
pany, cnableicg the borrower to pay before
due. If it is inserted in the mortgage it
will be all right, it it is not, we did not
promise It. 3atf
By 'going to .Ong's gaHery and enVsrtng
some of these fine cabinet photos, whteh
he always make, yon wlHbavoaehaneo
of -getting .an album worth '.. iThWle
the finest sJbnss ever hraBgkt'te the city at
Wichita, and win be given awsy to the
lnekjr one on 'Sew Tear's Diy. CaHaasI
see it at the gsRcry, it Is a beauty. Sesf
rf. . ..LI.
A nlee let of FcUad-CbiM nigs, ale
few Bfcart-born tgrsrf hnsls,
1 ssiaful mtam? As? amliSa a"sm ! fm mta'a J
MMmwmm sasnrsm nan jmnj v ajnasjasysB. Vsvsnjnsmjnnmr
that defy oompetsilen. JOrnm gtM..U 4a
w-. T--- -L" 5E j
SCHOOL DISTBICT UCV1E9.
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yV;JtWo.e, 4aw4t h.4a4S4rB, s.i.Aoi0.,!al
"This Week Only!".
9,000 Yds. Bleached Muslin!
Almost at good as Zontdale, at the low price of
8 1-3 Cts.
B5" In order to distribute these goods as far as possible, wc will positive
ly refuse to sell more than one bolt to any Eiugle purchaser.
Katies U Oeatneton.
Parties wanting sand from my premises
tn the Little River must first obtain writ
ten consent and terms from Joeelyn &
Thomas, my agents.
N. B. My agents are authorised to pros
ecute any. and all trespassers upon this
property. D. Shrrwood,
33-13t Wichita, Kansas.
A. L. Austin offers for the next few day
a bargain in a new bouse and block or land
in Ferrell's Addition to city of Wicblta.
If you expect to make a long-time loan,
call and consult freely with tbe Lombard
Mortgage Company 32-tf
We are receiving large Invoices of staple
and fancy dry goods and In consequence of
a a lack ol room are offering some special
bargains. Call and sec us at 33 Main street,
31-tf Larimer & Stikson.
If your security Is good and title perfect,
you can take yocr money home with you
same day loan is applied for at tbe Lombard
Mortgage Company. 32-tf
For Salter Trade.
Good cows with eslves.and thoroughbred
bull. Will sell or trade tbem for horses.
Bnx D. Allen,
Corner Topeka and Douglas avenue.
Wichita, Kans., Oct. 1st. '83.
To all concerned :
Pubtlc notice is hereby given tbat tbe
undersigned, a contractor on tbe Wicblta
& Western railroad, will not be responsi
ble for any orders, time checks or other
obligations made bp sub-contractors or em
ployees unless signed by James Beilly .con
tractor. 39-Ot .
A large variety of choicest roses for sale.
C. A. Parsons,
15-tf Mosley ave'nue, north of First st.
Ts Let en Sham.
From one to two thousand ewes, princi
pally two-year-olda. Will be let in numbers
to suit, on very liberal terms, to tbe right
kind of men. Call on or address
21-tf C. A . BUDD, Wichita, Kansas.
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 curs, thoroughly cleonalng the
system ol all germs of malarial poison, act
ing directly upon the liver and bowels.
Every bottle Is warranted to cure -or money
refunded. Price, SO cents. Sold by all
The wealth of Sedgwick county farmers
to loan by Nixon Elliott. 11-tf
Stock ranches one of ifim, one ol 1.9M
and one of 1460 acres, for sale chesp by
21-tf Nixon Elliott.
Zepbyr Mills lour is "Solid Comfort" and
don't you forget it. Ask your grocer for it
bay it try it and be happy.'
Garrison makes) tbe best
made In the eitr of Wichita.
We have a few fine, pnre-btoodod Ban
Cochin cockerels to aell at one and two
dollars each. Lawrence avenne, Id kerns
south of Donglss, Wlottta Tensas..
u . Biuwx se:
Wby do yon complain ner If yea are
feeHag bad, take Dr. Jackson's Kent and
Herb Cordial. It wlH in vlste, strength
en, vltaHss and enrich yonr, hlasoy and
giro Jon ski waiter "Psc tateyalieirag-
O. G. Mstthews has left a
f Jewelry at any stare for thirty any wnsek
I wm snfl slsw neat, JM ssn jsnl get
Notice to Jail Contractors.
Notice la hereby given that tba board of
county Gommlaaloncra of Sedgwick county.
Kansas, will receive proimsais at ma omce or
the county clerk. In Wichita, Kansas, np to
noon or Monday, January 7th, 1884. ror the con
struction and niacins' of three (3) ateal-clad
jail cells In the county Jail in Wichita, Kansas,
according; 10 puna anu apeciueaiiona now on
uie in in omce or ma conn it ciera.
34- K.A.DORSET, County Clerk.
(First publication November 1", 1883.)
In the Probate Court of Sedgwick countr.
Klliabeth Tanle. suardlan of the minor heirs
or Warren Yapla, lata of Sedgwick county.
nansas, uecaasvj, piainiin.
Ellxa A. Tanle. Mary It. Yanle and James TV.
Yapla, minora, defendant.
To tech of laid aifnor defendant! :
You are each notified that Elizabeth Taple.
your guardian, has flint In the Probate Court ot
nedgwick county, Kansas, her petition, pray
Inar for an order from the Probata Conrt of said
county authorizing and empowering her to sell
eacn or your several unumueu inieresu in anu
tothaawXof section 28, township S3 south, or
range t east, in Sedgwick county, Kansas.
Maid petition will come on for hearing Decem
ber 1st, A. D. 1883, at on o'clock r.K., at the
Probate Court said Probata Conrt being held
In Temple block on Main street In the city of
Dated November Oth, 1883. 34-3
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
Corner of Emporia avenna and William street,
aouin or uougias avenu.
Foi rail particulars Inquire at Conservatory.
A Bart Bargain.
One of the most desirable and valuable
residences In the city if sold in a few days.
Inquire at tbe Eaguc office. 31-St
Lombard Mortgage Company do not re
quire borrowers to send drafts cast to pay
coupons, all interest belngpayabte In Wich
AU the money in the world is of no vslue
to yon unless you have health and strength.
Dr. Jackson's famous Boot and Herb Cor
dial will make you healthy, strong and vig
orous; vitalize, purify and enrich your
blood. Sold by all druggists. 19-18
Lombard Mortgage Company have funds
on band applications are not sent cast foi
approval. , 32-tf
Will stand rbr service af'Msplewood
farm" one-half mile southwest of Arkan
sas River bridge. Terms', 93.00 invariably
at time of service. Also Jersey bull. -Duke
of fjedgwiek," at the same place. Term",
95.00 at time of service.
Lombard Mortgage Company have loses
parable (without exchange) In Wichita.
Mat. EdWaKD Laboka: I have no dis
position to boast ol tbe merits of any pa
tent nsecaeine, bat three winters ago I froze
my feet and have suffered a great deal. 1
have tried a great many dlterent kind or
medicine, bat of no ase. ToarJUl-IlesJ-
ing Balsas has been a success.
Con a ELMcClaxb.
Jfareh 9Nh,t8H.- "tf
Ossan lots for sals ia BHott's addition.
,K. W. Iiotti, Dzak Sot: It affords
ate great pleasure to sneak la the highest
tanas of toe TnhM of yew An-HeaHag Bal
aaat as aaaectteine thatshoaU be In every
wMk ansa isimy
kr isbji sajaat, K.,Ysegan ly.
tor a nettle or year ah-
,to!t:t2 rfsfit "'"rvnyf &
4 YEARS TO 40!
r. i - . -
2 DOLLARS TO 20!
Ages, Sizes and Prices I
' r CT O T &
A NEW BASE BURNER! -m
For 100 mad 00 Geate.
'First-Class Double Heater!
Ladies' and Children's Winter Wraps!
Beaver Dolmans and
Ail-Wool Tricot Dolmans!"
Brocaded Ottomans and Wraps!
Sacqies ni Jackets!
Rissiam Circilars, Coats,
Consisting of a
"Pair of Blankets!"
"FOR. 10O CENTS.
The Best Bargain in theUlS.
To be fouad only at
We are offering n
Splendid Line of Blankets and Comforts!"
AT BAXKJIUPT PlilCJSS.
Etc., Etc., . Etc.
TFe make a specialty of
" Children's Wraps ! "
From 4 years to 16.
Call and see for yourselves.
INNES & ROSSi
N. X. T. P. O.
50 Cases. 50 Cases. 50 Gases.
. I ' - -.
Purchased at the Into niniiufariiirrrs' r.iIo
"Awfully Cheap!" "Awfully Cheap!"
tVe lire Scllina them
"Woefully Low!" "Woefully Low!"
"We Can't Be Beat on Prices!"
(jy If you Jon't think them cheap, don't buy. Yon don't have lo. Hut
you will miss a bargain nil the same at
iisnsnEs & iross.
1ST. 31. T.IP.O.
INNES & ROSS.
Larimer & Stinson,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
28 Main Street,
85" Call anil sec lis. Our goods anil prices will please you.
IiARIMEB & STINSON.
EXTOHSPS "COAL" "STANDS!
John Exton lias again taken charge of hi coal yanis onDouglas avenne,
near uie tiepot, wncre
Colorado, Pittsburg, Osage, Ft. Scott ,& Anthracite Coal!
Will t care fully ecneseil and UllTtTl to caatomm fres of alsek and dost .
FRESH LIME & GOOD
6 Per Cefil:
fj-ffj ,, -ifcaSfs
Valley Land & Loan Oo.
Is not- prepared to make loans on Sedgwick couuly farms at
FEB OBIsTT. uSTTEKJEJaST.
Call Before Making Application Elsewhere.
Kansas, . .
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TO EXCHANGEl SS.SS51S3:
Ins;, smlaamaltatnckar Ilonta snd fthos awl
Grvcr)en- Will txehapga tor northern Kan
aka Land. Stock, swt phrt Oah. What hare
Tontotndat AddmaW.U MILLKB. Illil-
illfbnrj, Indiana. 31-i-
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
BISHOP & CO I.E. Proprietors.
HOUSE WORK A SPECIALTY.
0-i Wrlllngtim. Kansaa.
DR. B. H. BROWN.
South side Douglas atentie, near the
bridge. Trcat all klmla of iliscac anl
mil" arc stiliject to. Cnme ami sec me.
M. P. STAMM,
Albuqutniue, - Xeie Xexlro
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Consgmneiits of Hrst-Cliss Prodatc MciloL
plain axdoi;.vamk:tai. i-i.amtkiuko.
All nartlan dralrlna- work In ror Una wilt
aarso.daraat 4. 1. Allan'a DrnajStora
jy Country Work Solicited.
KLAUS & YIKE,
Alt Work Warrai.ted.
Shop naar corner fon-th awl Uonclaa
arennar, Wicblta, Kana&a. 31-13
aeraala ae.3t.twii.9l. r. tt.tirpsoa twp
160 acres In aec. , twp. S, r. 3w, Afton twi.
IttOacTaslnaM! lu, twi.., r.la, Oypaomtwdt
in aerea In tee. la, twp. &. r. 1 w , Ohio twp.
lGOacrca In sac. 30. twp. JS. r. 4W. Erla twp.
Allof the aboTUnI. will b aoldfurca.il. (oi
on time st 8 p-r crnt In'araaton parmant f on
iniril caan. A taxy man wi iwrrn any ims.
An ananratte man can Inreat tbanrocactlaorhU
crop In U.S. S prr eenU In tbraa years awl lira
(aepeuj on &ne.mi.ei.
Harris A Harris.
Oaee aam bnlldlaa;wlUi tl. S. Ijwd Ullica.)
IX-atorr bou.a and 8 lots In Cold wa tar, Mlrb.
bona 3 rooma. and lot In Junction . Itr. Kaa.
ICO-scra farm In Wabatar countr. Mo. 1 burl
neaabonMlngnaenCltr, Mo. U loU In 1-arsy-ette.
Indiana. ISO-acre farm t mile rrom Lar
ned, Kaa. aW-aere farm la Pawne countr.
Kaa.. ssoseraslaLacladacoaatr.Mo. 180-acre
Tana la Kaab eonatf, Kaa. St-ere stock rsoce
la uaraeman coonij, i.u. aw wwn iou
HaTmonr.Texae. 10 Iowa lots In Peaw. Texas.
J40 acres In Knox county, Texas. Hot In East
land, Texas. o acre nrm aqjoaisc aermoar,
Tnu. leo acres in Klaamaa coonir. Kaa. I
lou ID Bloomincua, ilia. -eci nu an in --
lowar coantr. Ho. 1 lot In Hntdilnwn, Kas.
on Pawnee rirer, Kas.
leas, inoiaaa. au
Sedrwtck eonatr. Kaasas.
Born and lot la Amer-
in Anew lownaMp,
tbeabovs nropcrtr to szcaaan for ursp-
srtr '" WUtta, or tot (ana ntwaertr- near
eawsnaanaa ' w saaaow atsawai' akrasssaea utwai nsemanv san
Wleaiu to excaaaae tor farm propsitr i
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or Hir ., nan e..r mi. i. tm tttj mw.wi
I correapoad wltB a pnt maoj psnirs Eaat
Who Intend to aeUIe la BedswVtk coantr.
for partlcnlsn call at Brstaesoa sooth aMe
of Donets srenne. a doors eaat of Brflwn'a
oad-baad store, Wichita, Ksaaaa.
jg-tr E. A. REIMAM.
Globe Iron Works.
Baaflu An., 2 Masks tart sf FitiffU Btftt
t Yi . t
afct aH kJaat af rrw 4 9nm CaiMap.
t.Cash raid Tor o!4 Braes, boa Csatlaas.
ur-.t v r$ " M-ar
S. T. JONES,
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ssnssTss " iSsssanaCnaaajwsiaag ;
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m3"' taaaasTnaatasVlRaa uy - ' y;Hj I
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twrntT.dre in), tans one we.t, api-ralaed at
be aold to il.rjr sll order of aate.
nadred and forte (84l dollar.
r I levied noon ae the brou-
rtyot defrndant ilenrr BoaenlMrk, ao.l will
tam real proper! T
Land oak at WleMta. Baaaas.oa fatardar.
Deenaber sta, last, tU.: naleaa Trier, for the
swK sac S7, twp. s seatk. at raaa 1 weat.
Sao aaaaes the SMIowlaaT wltaeaa.a to prore
aer coast aaoas raallaace aaca. sad eoHlaiton
of, said load, rls : K. J. afakjia, Parlo Sadler,
X. K.SadSar aael WlUtaaa oel ; all of Boone,
as- IC I WALKEB, Besieur.
N.X.T.P.O. Innes & Ross's. N.X.T.P.O.
bl.trlct Court. Ninth Judicial DU'rlet. liar-
ley Comity, Kauuu.
uoMpnine umierwoui I
Henry llarenbark. )
llr virtue of an execution l4uedootof th.
Platrkt Conitor lb. Moth Judicial til.trlct.
alttlnK In and for llanrey c untr, Kau.ai.
wherein Joeenblne Ut.derwooil I irlalntia. awl
Ilenrr llnaenuark la defendant, 1 will, on
Monday, the 104 dey of Deccmlter, A I) , 1.V3.
st 2 o'clock p. in , at the conn hou.e dimr, be
Ina: at tbe fntuf the building Inown a. Mc
1'htnt.in fllnck, nu Main alreet. Intherllrof
Wichita. Kanniu. niter foraale. at nubile auc
tion, to the bltb?t bidder forca.Ii In band, alt
the right, title and Intere.t of the defendant,
lleory JloMnliuk, in and to the following; de
arrlhe.rreal iimuertr, eltuste.1 In tbe a unly nt
Sedgwick. sLitrof Ksn.aa. lo wit :
The nortu.eaitl quarter r,' J nraectlottuilrleen
(ID townshlu twentr-dre (Z1I nam mr (Ii
ennt, and apralei at three thousand (.1.0oi)
dollar.. AIm th. nnrtb-enat quarter Hit of
annth-weat quarter Vi) of aectlnn twenty-UirM
(.J) lown.Dip iwenir-nre (S) naxo one (U
we.t.amlapirat. ateisbt hnrdrwl (nartj did
lara, a1 ut aalil IsikI belnif in Sedgwick county,
Said real nmnertr la lerlnl umin a. the nron-
etiy of defendant, Henry Buitenbark and will
be .old to aatl.fy aald order of aate.
sneriB'a uuice, wicnita, nanaait, .-ut.i,
A. D.1S8J. II. K. WATT,
Vherlir, Xeilgwlck County, Hamas.
J W. Ally, Plalntlir'a Attorney :T-a
til.trlct Court. Ninth Judicial lllatrict. llar-
rey county, KaneM.
uonn a. jiuMnoara j
e T- I
Henry Bnaenbark. J
rtrrlrtneof si, execution liiieit out tf the
lll.lrtet Court of the Math Judicial Dl.trlct,
titling In awl lor llarrey county, Kanua,
wherein John A. Ilutenbark U plainllff, anil
Henry ltuaenbara la def.niUnt, will, on
ilndf, the W.h dog of Beennier, A. D. 13,
t I o'clock r.x., at the eouit-hoase door, be
ing at tbsfpint of the building known aa Me-
rnereoa cioes, on aaam airrei, in uieciiyoi
WlchlU. Kanaaa. offer for .ale. 10 the hliheat
bidder ror caab In hand, all the rlxbt, title ami
Intereat of tbe defendant, Ilenrr Bnaenbark, In
aud to the following described real properly,
eltoated In th county of fiedgwlck, Htate or
Kanaaa, to wit:
me aoum-weai qnarier Vil or eeciloo twelve
(13), town twenty-Bra (31), rang one (II eaat.
appraleed at fonrthoaaand (4,0M) itollara 1 al-o,
the northwett quarter (Ul of the aontbwi.t
qnarier f ?u or aecuon iweaiy-uree ll. town
f benifa OIBc. WlchlU Kanaaa. Novemlier
U, A.D.,13. II. K. WATT,
Sherltr, Sedgwick County, Kanaaa.
J. W. Ady, Plalntls Alt may. 334
Notice of Final Settlement.
(flret publication October Sib, 1MSJ.;
XUK STATE OP KAXJA8,
la the Probata Conrt la awl for said eoonly
la the matter of the eatau of Ueonce Loomls.
Creditors snd all other persons Inlereateu In
the aforetald tate are hereby notlSad that at
the next regular term 01 tho Probate Court In
and for aaldeoonty, to be begun and held at tbe
oflkoof tho Probnle Judge, lo Wichita, county
of Sedgwick and Slats aforesaid, on tee nr.t
Monoay in uie ronnin or January, a. if. um, 1
ill apply 10 aaiu euui s wr a inn ami unai aet
meat or aald estate, ami for aa allowance for
aerrlces aaoxeenlrlx of aabl eeUt.
ExeratrlX' of the eatato of Ueorxe Loumle.
WlchlU, October J, A. li.wa. 3i-
Sale of School Land.
Cocsrr Taaiscasa'a Orrica, )
haaowiCK Conrrr, Kasaaa,
Wicurra. October IS. ISO. )
Hotlee la herebr siren that on natardar. tho
lTih day of .Norember, 1WS, 1 aaall oser at pnl
lleasle. tothe alaneet bidder, tho followtag-
deaeribed tracts of aeaool toad, to wit:
.iwji bwm 01 aseuoa , lorraaaip sa, range 1
weat annraleed at BS.SS aer aero t lmDrote-
menu on eaaw ralaad at aflsi.w.
8WM bom or aeetura is, sowatain ss, range 1
weat 1 aypralerd at as.09 per acre ; Imsrore
nwats oa isaas rained st tTC.OO.
' sale will open for bids at 10 o'clock a. m . sad
does at 3 o'clock r. . . of aald day or aaie.
it. a. wouucwk,
30 4 Trraaorsr SeJfwUk eoaaty, Kanaaa.
Koiica for PBbHoation.
at WlchlU. Kaasas, Octoaer 3th, 13
Notice U hereby jrlrea that the follewlng-
nsnwu aeiuer use mm aoueo of aer internum
to mate laat proof la aapport of her claim, and
that aald proof will be seed before the U. 8.
Notice for PabHcevtion.
at WlchlU. Kaaasa. QeSaaar M. laat,
Xoltao Is hereby siren Mast tbo feHowlug
aamed settler sax saaCaotlesof aerlMeaUuo
to aaake anal proof ia eoaport of her eJala, aad
Skat aald proof wHl bo aaado bsforo tao V. 8.
Laar, Oafco at WehUa, Kaaaaa.oa Saturday,
aartarter atan.Uai, Tts; Uaarliels H.rtaian.
for tao let . sso.M, twp. as seatk, raaaw 1 ws-
ano aaneas aso aanowna; wiwemir"i
nor saallanans rsalS.afa ataa,aagoatslTaloa;
or, said land. rlxTwUUaaa Cilasssa, Jsha Ny(
aorer, wnnaas aeueraaw. 1 saa ueaajn r