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WICIIITA, KANSAS, DEC. 13, 1883.
Dobbi bai struck Augusta vritti the "Spy
lion. J. W. AJy, of Newton, was In
Miss Lulu JlcCabc, of Topcka, ia tn tlic
Win. I'ray has established an intelligence
office at Ilia rcttaurant.
Hill and sociable at tbc Occidental parlors
lull Thursday evening.
James Donaboe, Hcllc l'lalne' banker,
was In tbc city Jlouday.
Remove tbc leaves from your bluegrass
lawns before tbey kill It.
The Eagle job ofllce printed tbe "Opera
Glass" forDcain & Wren.
ilrs. Frank JUcbardion.ofKurcka Springs
is visiting friends in the city.
Our city markets are well mpplled wltb
venison, gect-e, ducks aud fib.
Dave Dale, Kcutlcy, Itugglcs and Kibcr
arc attending court at Kingman.
Tbo Wlcbita Guards will ghe a ball at
tbc opera house CbrUtinas uigbt.
Tbc new 1'resbytcrian Cburcb will be ro
tledlcatcd next babbatb morning.
Tbe Turner's will give tbeir annual ball
at the o; era boutc Hew Year's eve.
Miss Kirkbridr, of Ohio, is spending a
few days with her friend Mrs. Will (ilcnn.
Somebody is evidently lnterefrtcd in ay6-
tcm of ewcragc in tbe ;city. Itettcr go
Sternberg lias tbe contract for building
Kcrrcll's new brickblock. opposite tbe pot
ofllce. Ki-v. 8. I'rlcc, of Wellington, pent Mon
day night In our city and made us a plcat
ant'call. Illram Imboilen Is away on lni'Incut per
taining to the Interest or their great mill
J. 1.. l)er returned ycnterday inoriiiiig
from KIk con nly where be has been lor rv
.1. O. O. Morre, or tho H'tllinijlviiiun eauie
tip to tbceityTueday ccnlngand rcuiain
f over night.
Tbc sale or stamp in the Wichita pot
ofllce rortwo montlix, emling with Novem
ber was 73,000.
Miss Kills, of Iligglncpoit, Ohio, l Mt
lug her sisters, Mrs W. A. Thomas and
.Mint Kiimia Kllin.
I)ac Hays told u coutldcullally tbu oth
er day where tbe new union depot Is to be
located. .Ul; him.
C. H. Klclilioltz goes tn Mcl'herson on tbe
'Jolli I u k t . to sell a lot of Klinrt-liorii, sixty
bead, for .loscp .Scott.
W. II. riitWon, of Fort Scott, spent t-ci-cral
days in the city latl week in tbe Inter
est or the gas works.
Tad I lar.lctt was engaged ill cutting in
the pork packing bouse and accidentally cut
one or bis bands very badly.
Whitney Tucker, 1). A. .Mitchell, and 1M.
Dorsey arc among the number attending
court in Kingman this week.
The Methodist people in Kecbl township
have built a nice neat church, which they
dedicated lal .Sunday a week.
Wc had a pleajant call yc-tciday morning
from Mr. Itlco, one of tbc junior members
or the Fort Seott Monitor firm.
William llildcrback will build a brick
livery stable on tbe lots just north of Hit
ting Itrntbcrs. Work has already begun.
The Mrs. Uoot anil Mrs. John Hell, or
Kllsworth, Kansas, aunts and sUteror Mrs.
Kate Itutscll have been In the cltv isltlng.
Charley Case has rented one of the rooms
in tbo Dagnsr building, which Is being oc
cupied as an auction room, Tor hli barber's
W.F.Stcvcns, or Antbony.passcd through
tho city Monday euroutc home from Kansas
City, lie reports the Suulloiver route all
Hitting llros. hae changed their ad. this
wc xhould Judge rrom reading It
vas a chance to got some clothing
ir the M. H. Church at
.Sunday l.iM, a debt or
$1,305 wairflllM.Jicv. Kclley, or this city,
Xassuer .V lllpli have moved into the
IEccsc block and arc again ready to sec tbeir
friends and the public gcucrally who want
to buy cheap.
Kassel, tbc Jeweler, has bis stock for the
holidays in, and don't you buy till you sec
what be lias got, for ho can suit you in prlco
style and' quality.
Wont the opera house management bac
that stage carpet taken out and lot the wind
Mow somoof the dust out of It before tbe
Chief Hustjyhcad of the Cherokee Nation
was married November 1st, to Mls Kloisc
Hutlcr who ranks, by tltlo and courtesy, as
o,u ecu or thoCberokccs.
.1. S. Terrey.who has been In New Mexico
ror'about three years, but on his way back
to Illinois, an uncle or Mrs. I). Hays, called
on the Kaglk yesterday.
8. S. King, representing the Lombard
banking company at Wichita, was in town
yesterday on business con nee led with that
institution. CalltctU Journal.
W. W. Mason, for several years a resident
la. has returned to Topeka, where
to Wichita, and
go has a new super-
lnlcndciiUTSBflwaiMboiit time tbo ex
change was extending the Hue to neighbor
Ing tonus, as was promised some time
When It comes to roses or the cboTecst
varictlU, annual or perpetual, C. A. Par
sons takes tbe lead. One can get the finest
varieties known In tbc catalogue, rrom Mr.
Harding & Fisher have as fine a display
and assortment or holiday goods as can be
found In tho State, with prices for articles
ranging from a penny up to one hundred or
It must bavc been a trifle awkward for
Marsh Murdock when a gentleman stepped
up to him in a hotel at Washington the oth
er day and addressed him as KII l'crklm.
Orders for the postmaster to "plcaso send
my mail to this place," without a postmark,
date or name on the card containing the re
quest, Is no uncommon occurrence in the
D.J. Chatfield has a new sign swung out
in rront or bis hardware establishment that
is not only handsome, but conveys to tho
mind of tbc reader and pasr-by that there
Is buiincsa going on in the store.
D. h. Green has returned with bia family
rrom a trip to Indiana to tbe Happy Valley,
more than ever in love with hie home and
surroundings, llo docs not think there Is
any country quite as good as this.
Several or our citizens are dealing in corn
options on the Chicago market, who walcb
very eagcriy the quotations of tbc market
dally. Tbey belong to the bulls and so far
tbeir Investment promises big returns.
The Harber county bar a the last termor
court, which 'was held at Medicine Lodge s
short time since, passed some whereases and
resolutions complementary to Judge Ames
Harris and bad them spread upon the rec
ords. Rev. J. W. Anderson, who bas been
preaching In the East Wichita district for
tho past year, is to broken In health that be
bad to give up the work, and Rev. J. F.
Nesslcy will a;t as a supply the balance of
O. S. Northrop, living near G arden Flalns.
to In tbe city one day last week with bit
farm team, one of which was a two-year-old
Xemaacoitof the Norman and Hcllontalne
breed, which tipped the beam at twelve
If there le anybody that keeps paco with
Use eoMtry la their business, It It the Ira
tT KtMMtie X Adas at'lhe Wichita Mar-
MtJWMk,, They have m anther of moan-
lartaurSleafcafU that are beautiful
l Mid lb' work rtt-ehvsa.
r, r.Trk, htiMti. Mmiii
Sol. Smith Iluttcll U billed in this city (or
Tuesday tbc 18th. Those who bavc beard
him once will go to hear htm again and take
tbeir friends. Mr. lluiiell as a delineator
has no superior, and there It nothing in the
entire performance that la objectionable, be
blmself being a real gentleman.
Mr. George Hcllar and Mlti Irvie Smith,
daughter or W.ripcrSmitb, were married in
this city on Wednesday evening or last
week. It was a quiet wedding, no invita
tions being issued, and no one except the
families of tbc contracting parties being
present. They are keeping bouse on Waco
Read tbe advertisement in another col
umn or tbe iloscobcl Ureeding Farm Short
Horns, Herkshircs and I'oland-Chinas. Dr.
llugh Smith, tbo proprietor, is from Ken
tucky and knows what ilne'stock is, and be
has tbcm on his farm two miles southeast of
tbe city where they show for themselves
what kind or stuff they are.
On last Thursday ev cning the young folks
or Valley Center and vicinity gave Willie
K. Davis a pleasant surprise In commemora
tion of bis nineteenth birthday. After
spending tbe evening In a most agreeable
manner they dispersed at a late hour, leav
ing an expression of tbeir kindness and lib
erality in numerous and useful presents.
Rev. Kclley, of Wichita, entertained large
and aaprcclativo audiences at the M. K
Church Sunday morning and evening, Mon
day night and Tuesday night. Mr. Kclley
is a preacher or great earnestness and pow
er. Our people will be pleased to listen to
Mr. Kclley at any time and hope this may
not be his last V Islt. iltdicine Lodge Crtntt
There is no question about one thing
Wlcbita is now making rapid strides as re
gards increase or wealth, influence and pop
illation, and wc candidly bcllcie that it will
ultimately make tbc largest town in Kansas.
A short visit there this week enabled us to
note the changes that have taken place with
In a year and they arc remarkable. Anthony
Tbe weighty question discussed at the
colored literary society on Monday evening
was: "Which Is or tbc most service to the
housekeeper, the broom or the dish-rag."
Alter a very lengthy and able discussion
upon the part or the pot-wrestlers in the
ncgatho, and tbc chambermaid- in the af
firmative, the preponderance or the argu
ments presented was decided to be In ravor
or the pot wollopcrs, by a learned and criti
cs! set or judges.
"K-mcralda," one or the licit or modern
plajs, to be presented in this city December
20th by tbe Madison Square Theatre Com
pany, U well known to our theatre-goers.
This play, it will be remembered, original
ly had a run or :"0 nights at the home thea
tre In New York, and has since been played
in ecry city and town In the United States.
The company wc are assured U one or great
excellence and confaiun ecral well-known
Frank W. I'cam.well known in this coun
ty, was in town Monday selling goods ror
liU wholesale cracker house or Wichita.
This company have opened up a lirst-class
lioue where the best brands ol crackcrs
cakes, etc., will be kept, and Mr. Ream will
visit the towns or the valley quite often in
the interest of the WichiUi bouse. Their
arrangements are such that their stock is
always fresh and of the host. Our mer
chants will doubtless find it to tbeir advan
tage to order extensively from 3Ir. Ream.
Most of u, when wc get mad all through
Willi the telephone, hao a way or grabbing
the crank and whirling it round till our arm
aches, in the belief that wc are tilling the
soul or tbe telephone monopolists with ter
ror. Hut wc arc not. With one turn of
the crank a little shutter at the central of
fice is made to drop; the turning of the
crank does not ring any bell at the central,
and docs not make the least noise. The
merest touch drops the shutter, so that all
subsequent ringing docs no sort ot good.
Thus are wc robbed or our sweet revenge.
Mayor Grcificnstcin has consummated a
lease or ten years on the unoccupied lands
In the Indian Territory belonging to tbc
rottawatomlc tribe or ludians. The tract
leased Is about thirty miles square and is
occupied only by a. Tew families belonging
to the tribe who have alt the land they cul
tivate, lenrcd. Tho lease is a very valua
ble one on account or its locatiou for graz
ing, and is also well supplied with water.
Tho mayor's many friends arc no doubt glad
of his lucky strike and wish that ho may
soon be the possessor of cattle upon a thou
James L. Lombard, of Crcston, Iowa, and
It. Lombard, Jr , or Hostnn, were In tho
city this week. Tho names or these gentle
men arc familiar ones In this part or the
State, they being a part or the great money
loaning concern known throughout tbc
West as the Lombard Mortgage Company
also among the principal stockholders In tho
State Hank. They, like everybody else, who
arc absent from our city for a time are very
much surprised at the gicat change. Tbey
are very much pleased with their Invest
ments and tpeak in the warmest praise of
Mr. Skinner of the bank, and Mr. Spalton
or the money loaning department Tor ac
counts which tbey have rendered or their
On Tuesday evening, the 13th or January,
aud the three succeeding nights, there will
bcprcscutcd at the opera house In this city,
under tho aupicca or Garfield Post or the
Grand Army or the Republic, an allegorical
military play entitled "The German Vol
unteer." In some respects, all plays round
ed on incidents and scenes or the war, are
similar, but this Is as different as possible
rrom any that has been played here. It will
be under the management or Mr. Will D.
Saphar, or Philadelphia, who has given tbe
play in Philadelphia and other cities, and
never with any result but success. The
cast Is nearly full and will be the strongest
amateur cast, taken as a whole, that ever
appeared before a Wichita audience. Tbc
play will be put on for tho purpose or re
plenishing tbe "reller rund" or the Post,
and as such and because wc believe the play
to be really meritorious, we ask ourcillzcn
throughout the county to patronize it.
"NOTHING BUT FLACS."
Garfield Post No. 2.'., G. A. IS., received
last Saturday, by express from Philadelphia,
two flags and twenty-five guidons. Tbc
Post flag Is a solid piece of white silk bor
dered with heavy buc silk fringe. In the
centre Is a facsimile of the Grand Army
badge. Abovo tbc badge, In a scinl-circle,
arc the words : "Garfield Post No. 25," and
below tbc badge In a semi-circle, ''Depart
ment of Kansa, G. A. K." It is mounted
on a jointed, finely-finished ash staff, sur
mounted by a gold bronze spear. The oth
er Is a regulation flag or finest bunting, bor
dered with heavy yellow silk fringe, and
mounted on a Stan equivalent to the other,
surmounted by a heavy gold bronze eagle.
The whlto flag is !SxT2 Inches, and the bunt
ing flag CVixSl inches, and both furnished
with very a heavy blue-and-whlte-sllk cord
and tassel. The guidons are made of
the finest white bunting, bordered with
fringe, and each one contains a fac simile
of the badge of an army corps, so that on
tome one ol the twenty-five every comrade
will recognize bis old army-corps-badge.
They are a handsome collection of which
the boys may well feel proud, and when the
Post turns out again ror parade, it will pre
tent a "goodly tight to sec."
THE UNITED STATES COURT.
Yesterday when the Guir train from the
north arrived' a JomVor reporter discovered
Colonel Uallowell, United estates attorney,
aboard, and approached him Tor infonna.
tlon concerning the status ol the law pro
viding for a term of the United States dis
trict court In this city, and why there would
be no court held here. Tho colonel said be
would be glad to Impart any information
that be possessed upon tbe subjoct, that it
was a short story and soon told :
At the recent term of tbe court bcld at
Wichita, the law establishing a terra or
court at each Wichita and Tort Scott, was
construed by Judge Foster, who held that
the act creating a court at Wichita and pre
scribing it jurisdiction, did aot confer any
additional Jurisdiction upon the court at
this point. That under the system provid
ing for a term of court in Fort Scott, tbe
court has no jurisdiction to try any eases,
except those which 'are especially, set lor
trial bere by the court or sent here by agree-
meat of parties. Jadfe McCreary bad bees
consulted 'open the question aad coaeurred
wlthJudfeFoster. Col. HaWeR also isM
that he hadV'straudy atfaed acataat the
opinio of Jadge Fester, Md esriesjtly de
sired to hava a tern or otmrt rat MM,
but after heartic JM TaasasM jtf.the 'eowt
aad the aaaaiaa f Jsd(e IMDrMrr.h waa
aot prepared to aay ttjat Um sm -wraag .
flVsiW isW BBaMWVBy WarTaj
trattea JMMt m a
The new law regulating railroad freights
makes freights higher in Western Kansas.
If that law applied to every railroad in tbe
United States it would result in much good
to people living near , the seaboard. Tbe
farmers in tbo Middle States have long been
kicking like striped mules because the rail
roads have carried through freights from
the West for about tbe same as they were
compelled to pay. When western states
men succeed in making the roads charge a
certain price per mile the East will then get
justice. Did you ask bow that will benefit
the West; You must be tick! It it not
tbe province ol legislation In this country
to benefit the West. ...The corn market ia
"middling" firm and steady. One hour It
will be 25 cents and the next 30. If one of
the buyers leaves the street for three min
utes, when he returns he never thinkt of
makibg a bid until he aaks bow the. market
is running... .Wo beard a man say the oth
er day that he had traveled in nearly every
State in the Union, and right here in Sedg
wick county was the only place he oversaw
that be could not tell by the style and dress
of tbe women, whether they lived in the
city or in the country.... The farmers out
along the line of the new railroad are anx
ious to know what the prices for grain will
be out there at compared to Wichita....
Some very fine, heavy bogs aro being aold
on the Wichita market. We have heard
men say who are posted in the stock busi
ness, that Wichita is bard to beat in tbe
quality or its hogs. Sedgwick county farm
ers have found out that it pays to keep good
hogs. ...John 11. Carey says that tbc price or
lumber has advanced in tbe pineries, but
Wichita keeps right along at old prices and
is doing an immense trade. ..Mr. Hlack
burn has moved Into his new residence out
on tho cast end or Douglas avenue, out to
ward Augusta. ...Mr.IIumc, who settled in
Illandcnsvillc, Illinois, in 1837, and has been
a resident there ever since, was in tho city
last week. In relating his experience Ju
tho Mormon difficulties at Nauvoo, Mr.
Hume said be was personally acquainted
with Joe Smith, "And now, there is one
particular thing that always makes me think
of Joe Smith. I beard him preach once
over at Nautoo, and Joe says, 'now breth
ren, these orthodox christians claim that
they arc In God and God is In then, and II
that is so, God is responsible for their ac
tions, for God is in them aud they In Him.
And now, brethren, don't you think He is a
sort oT fussy Godf He must be lor He Is
in the orthodox christians and they arc
eternally getting up a fuss.' I can sec Joe
Smith now just as plainly as 1 could that
day when he looked over the congregation
and said : 'Now, brethren, don't you think
He is a sort of a fussy God;'" Mr. Hume's
talk reminds tbe writer or "Floating Eagle
Down" that in 1858, D. 31. Crabb, or the
same county In Illinois as Mr. Hume, told
us that ho was with the McDonough militia
during those troubles, and said tbeir com-
pauy guarded the jail at Carthage after Joe
Smith was put in. He said Joe Smith was a
friendly fellow and would come to the door
and talk to them, and ono day Joe said to
them, "Now, while you McDonough boys
arc here, I am sate but aucr you arc re
moved the Carthago Grays will come on,
and then brother Hiram and I will be killed."
Mr. Crabb said In a tew days they were or
dered home and the Carthage company took
their places, and just as tbey were starting
ror home they heard reports or tho guns at
tbc jail that killed Joe Smith. The Mor
mon prophet was dcad,andanothcrcoward
ly assassination wasrecorded in history....
W. K. Stanley says the election or Carlisle
will make the Democratic party stronger
that 1, ir he acts judiciously....,!. W. Wil
liams, ot Montgomery, Alabama, uncle of
Henry Williams, the grain buyer, has locat
ed In Wichita. Mr. Williams says he finds
this a better country than he expected It
seems to me that there arc most too many
people emigrating to Kansas rrom Demo
cratic parts or the country, to insure 1 19 po
litical health.... Joo Houston says Carlisle
is an old Kcntuckian, and that covers a mul
titude or sins in bis eye. Yes, sir, be says
Carlisle Is a good man, rnd don't you for
get it. ..Westovcr says bis wholesale busi
ness is increasing, lie thinks Wichita it
bound to be a jobbing centre.. ..Charley
Hatton is going to have Sherman and Lin
coln for the next Republican ticket. ...Cap.
Payne says the lawyers are of opinion that
the supreme court will be in bis favor. Cap.
is going to meet Ruflalo Hill at Indianapo
lis to-day. ...The last examination of the
county treasurer's books showed that dur
ing this year $137,000 of the people's money
had gone into the hands of L.N. Woodcock.
,V critical examination by experts shows
every cent of this largo sum is represented
in tbc county vaults by cash or vouchers.
This does more than to prove tbe integrity
or L. N. Woodcock, it vindicates the right
or the Republican party or Sedgwick coun
ty to rule. When a political party, through
its organization, fills the offices with honest,
faithful men, it has done well. What party
could do more than this?.. ..Levi Hranson
has gone to Missouri and Ohio to visit his
rricnds....Weinet Col. Uayne last week,
tbc railroad man from Harper county and
Greenback nominee for lieutenant governor
last fall, and said, colonel, .vliat shall wc
tell tbc readers or tbe Eaci.k about tho ex
tension or tbe Fort Scott railroad. "Why,
tell them that tbo trouble now is to convince
tbo men who furnish money to build rail
roads, that the people of Kansas mean to
deal honestly by the roads, The Fort Scott
is all right and will be throwing dirt on the
Harper county branch this winter." How
about politics? "Well, you may tell them
that I am for Ben Hutlcr for president. I
think he is tbc best man in the UnltcdStates
for that office.".. ..Mr.Macafce says it don't
make any difierence what the Democratic
congress docs this winter, that he has made
up his mind beforehand that it will be all
right. ...Wo were shown a letter lrom Col.
Houdlnot, the big Indian lawyer, tbc other
day, lrom which we Inrerthat he is opposed
to tho cattle man getting control or the In
dian Territory ....We should like to sec:
This corn crop bring our farmers 40 cents
per bushel ; men who get drunk quit talk
ing against prohibition; Gen. Arthur elect
ed president; "One or the Macs" tell us
what he thinks or our election law; Judge
Camp'jcll come back to Wichita; Captain
White modify his views ou the free school
system; our officials cither let the saloon
men alono or dose up tho whole outfit; the
boys quit passing around cigars loaded with
powder; tbe railroad companies furnish our
elevator men cars enough to ship their grain;
a lino Catholic Church in Wichita; tho ed
itor of the Kaglk and Judge Sluss arrive
salcly borne ; and this good weather contin
The Occidental Hotel, Wichita, under IU
new management, Is receiving a larger pat
ronage than ever before, it deserves it.
Mr. Davis, ono of the proprietors, is an old
hotel mau, and W. P. Popenoc, Jr., the oth
er, is making a popular boniface. Will is
happy all over at the marked success or his
new venture. All who visit Wichita much
know that the Occidental ia the best hotel
building in that city. It Is on street-car
lines to two depots, and only a short dis-
tanco rrom tho third. Commonwealth
Among the new towns springing up on
tbe line of tbc Wichita & Dodge City road,
Is the town of Murdock. The town of Wa
terloo, in Kingman county, which lies some
three or four miles north oflho road, like
the late town of Marshall, Is taking wings,
wheels or something, and moving to the
railroad. The railroad company is doing an
unusual amount of grading for depot and
side-tracks at Murdock.
The bank of Cheney commenced business
last week with O. M. Thorp in charge, and
discounted $1,500 of good paper, received
$993.85 deposits, and sold $750 in exchange
tbe first three days of its business. And
all this in a town which three months ago,
lived only in imagination and on the sur
vey plot. KifH Etpublua.
At an informal meeting held by the busi
ness men In Eagle block a vote of thank
was passed for Councilman Zimmerly for
tbe wide and elegant crossing put down at
the bank corner, end they further ask .that
the blinker and auction sign be restored
from the bank corner to complete the Job.
There Is a great deal ot exclteatent la
Kingman and Pratt counties over the rail
road being built west from Wichita aad the
country Is being built up Terr rapidly, as
settlers are flocking in to thee ceuaUesat
they did ia'Keao la 18 aad 7S.-BtMHm
jrre. - '
President John Taylor, the official head of
tha Mersaoa Chareh. is pruarlac-aa- eVah-
,! alatf mrial nf tha 'natHlfl-'' msal
attttade rf Ue Latter-day Batata! far tta
January aasahar taa'JsWtt .(surina A-
, ,asjnnrs s. a aMNfauBaaam a.Wvuasssat
nalsatate ;dMiwtv f aWsjradV
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PWUC MSTALUro-a. A. R.
Ob Tuesday evening, January 1, 1884,
(New Tear's night) the officers elector Gar
field Pott No, 25, will be publicly Insulted
at the opera bouse In this city. In addition
to the usual procceedings on such occasions
there will be a flat; presentation, music,
singing, etc, these exercises to be followed
by a supper aud'socisl dance. It Is hoped
every comrade In tbo county will be present
with his family and a well-filled basket pre
pared to have a grand, good social time.
Further details will be made known next
It is desired that all fine-stock breeders
meet at D. A. Mitchell's office on Saturday,
December 22, 1883, at 1 o'clock p. m. for tbe
purpose of organizing a fine-stock breeders
association in the Arkansas Valley.
C. S. EicnnoLTZ,
W. n. Banso.v,
E. S. ALDiucn,
11. E. LAWBEKCK.
Wheat, dry and in condition lor mill
ing Shipping wheal
Cattle sold In Kansas City on the 11th
from $3.50 to $1.75.
Hogs from $5.00 to $3.50.
Wheat from 53 to OU.
Corn from Hi to s2.
Oats from 23 to 25.
W. C. T. U.
G. W.Atbuckle, well and favorably known
as a singer and temperance worker, will
give two ol his Inimitable entertainments
in the M. E. Church, December 17th and
IStb, for tho benefit of the TV. C. T. U. of
Wichita. Admission : first night, 25 cents;
second night, 10 cents. He comes highly
endorsed by all tbe leading papers of the
There will be a meeting of the Arkansas
Valley Wool-Growers' Association at two
o'clock p. in. on Saturday, December 15,
1SS3. All members are requested to bo pres
ent as business of importance will come be.
fore tbc meeting.
,Vm. C. Little, Secretary.
In view or the re-opening or the Presby
terian church next Sabbatb, there will be
no service at tbc 31. E. church.
At the M. E. Parsonage. Haysvillc, De
cember G, 1SS3, Mr. Henry A. Kellogg and
Mrs. Mary Rochctt, by Rev. E. C. Harper.
On and after Novcmbcr25th, trains on the
Siflowcr road will run as follows :
Depart Passenger 9 o'clock a in.
Freight, 10 a. m.
Accommodation aud freight !) p. in.
Arrive PasscngerG:25 p. m.
Freight, 10 p. m.
Accommodation and freight 7:10 a.m
Trains run daily except Sunday. :!S-tt
A Christmas Present Free to All.
Everyone calling at the bookstore of Miles
& Lippltt, Douglas avenue will bo presented
with an illustrated Christmas paper con
taining Christmas stories', poems, customs,
anecdotes, etc. 33-2t
Wichita Employment OSce.
Located corner Douglas and Lawrence
avenues at Pray's restaurant. Those seek
ing employment; or those wishing to cm
ploy, will please call.
3S-4t WM. FltAY.
The Chicago Uazaar wish to dispose of
their millinery goods by the last of January
and arc offeringtthcir stock at cost. 3S-H
I warn all persons against trusting or bar
boring Mrs. Augusta Uusenhark, as I will
pay no debts of her contracting. She has
left her bed and board without cause.
37-3t Hexry BUSEXnARk'.
December 3d, 1(83.
Mortgage sale at tbc town ofMarsball, in
Grand River township, on Saturday, Dec.
15th, 1883, at 10 o'clock a. in., one grist wind
mill and all machinery complete.
!7-2t J. C. Deax, Mortgagee.
Sirs. M. Whcro did you get that nice
coffee, It is just splendid?
Mrs. D Why, I bought it at the Wichi
ta Grocery. They roast It fresh three times
a week. They don't sell any stale roasted
I have a few bushels of black walnuts for
sale for seed. Call on F. G. Smyth & Co.,
or my farm between the rivers.
37-21 J. C. Davis.
John, when you go to town stop at the
Wichita Grocery and get me a dollar's
worth of that fresh roasted coffee. Mrs. M.
had some for dinner yesterday, and it is
the best I ever drank. Now don't forget
Kotica to Contractors.
Parties wanting sand rrom my premises
on the Little River mutt first obtain writ
ten consent and terms rrom Joeelyn t
Thomas, my agents.
N. H. My agents are authorized to pros
ecute any, and all trespassers upon this
property. D. Shkkwooii,
33-13t Wichita, Kansas.
A full line of solid silver goods at Kas-
A book like "Practical Housekeeping"
or Cookery and Housekeeping, over three
hundred in use in Wichita aud vicinity at
tbc present time, must have somo solid
merits on which to base its popularity.
Everybody possessing it without a single
exception, gives It unstinted praise, conse
quently tbo demand for it Is constantly on
the increase. It is In every sense a most
excellent, economical, practical, common
sense cook-book, and has been found to be
an exceedingly "handy thing to have in
tbc house." The chapters upon children,
tho laundry, health and sickness, medical,
home dress-making, etc, either or any of
which arc worth tbc price of tbc whole af
fair. It is not intended as a parlor orna
ment to be read and laid away, but a help
ful every day book, which consulted as it is
almost dally, not only saves time and trou
ble, but money. Any who wish to obtain
tbc book may address or call at residence
or T. O Pakiiam, Agent,
37-U South Water St., Wichita, Kan.
L. W. Ong, tho photographer, has just
received a fine lot of picture frames for the
holiday trade, which be will sell cheap.
Stock ranches one of 3,500, one of 1,200
and one of 1,000 acres, for sale cheap by;
21-tf Nixon Elliott.
Tbe wcaltb of Sedgwick county farmers
to loan by Nixon Elliott. 21-tf
The largest stock of ladies' and gents'
gold watches Is to be seen at Kasiel'r. 35-tf
Dear me, what nice quince preserves,
grape jelly, pear preserves, plum preserves,
apple butter and raspberry Jam they do
keep at the Wichita Grocery, they beat the
Ferrell bas laid out la town lots 30 acres
more, Just east ol Hodson's house on Law
rence Avenue, which It will pay purchasers
to examine, 13-U
.The cheapest Iota are la Elliott's addition
Option clauses inserted In all mortgages.
If desired, by the Lombard Mortgage .Coav
paay, enableisc the borrower to pay before
due. If it Is Inserted la she asortgage It
wiS bejaH right;. 11 it la Mtwe did aet
Breads 1L "' W-U
Hills tear It "SaUd Cossfert'? aad
doa't in ferftt K. JLtk year rreeer sr It
any M-rytt-aad be happy. v .
Gatriaan atakat tfca heat team harases
TWea gartastahlf. haawa as the Hoase
aaswlaaayeas jaaraaa, aaLJtaa Vang abase
aaraaf aasd aasaasaBaa'aartr'nava aa
wjsjmABW- mai-iKr, x -"
A Cold Wave is Coming'
And We Are Amply Prepared For It.
Winter, with all its chill ami piercing wind, has suddenly
dropped in on us. In spite of all, however, wc arc able to
.-keep the entire community warm and comfortable, and pro
tect them from the colds and fouh' now so prevalent. Our
Overcoats, Ladies' Wraps,
Elc, etc., is complete. In the last week we have received
largo invoices of all classes of goods from New York, where
our Eastern rcsidont buyer has picked them up at forced
bankrupt sales. The advantages that wc can oUcr in prices
on these goods we deem it unnecessary to state. Wo will
quote no prices here, but will ask you to
ca-IjX. aitd see for srou:e,s"EXj-v-"ES.
I'rc-arrangemcuts fir hitting should be
made IT possible at Ong's gallery from now
until after the holidays, as he is crowded
with work. You will then bo waited upon
at the appointed time, and thus nor'havc to
wait so long. Pictures that you want be
fore the holidays order soon.
3f L. W. O.NG.
H your security is good and title perfect,
you ean take your money home with you
same day loan is applied for at the Lombard
Slortgage Company. 32-tr
Kassel has tho very latest styles or jewel
lly going lo Ong's gallery and ordering
some or those line cabinet photos, which
be always makes, you will have a chance
or getting an album worth $35. This is
the finest album ever brought to the city or
Wichita, and will be given away to the
lucky ono on Xcw Year's Day. Call and
sec it at tbe gallery, it is a beauty. .'Mtf
New and nobby styles or bracelets at Kas
Call at Kascl'g and see the immense stock
or jewelry all new goods. 35-tr
Onir has so arranged his callcrv that he
Is now in better shape than ever for mak
ing line pictures. He also has a line opera
tor aud retoucher. 34tl
A nice lot or Poland-China pigs, also
four Short-horn pedigreed bulls, mostly
Bates and H-se of Sharon breeding Prices
that dery competition. Timo given If de
sired. J. C. Hyde.
ir you want a loan on good real estate
for one, two or three years, conuIt your
best interests and call on tho Lombard
ilortgage Company, and they will satisry
Wc arc receiving large invoices or staple
and fancy dry goods and In consequence or
a a lack of room are offering some special
bargains. Call and see us at 33 Main street,
3I-tr Larimer & Stisson.
" The finest selection or set rings is to be
seen at Kassel's 35-tf -
The Lombard Mortgage Company will
loan money at low rates for six, seven or
more years, and give an option clause if
If you aro going to buy a wind mill do
not fail to call on Cbatueld,Douglas avenue,
and examine the Leach mill. It is tbe best
mill on tbe market. 34-tf
K. TV. LiSSKLt, Dxak 8m: It affords
me great pleasure to speak In the highest
terms of tbe value of your All-Ucaling Bal
sam as a medicine that should be In every
family. Being afflicted with pain in my
back and having tbe kidney complaint, I
was induced by your agent, . Yangundy,
to purchase and try a bottle of your All
Healing Balsam. I took the medicine ac
cording to directions, and now, having us
ed it for the past three or four weeks, I find
myself relieved .entirely from tbe pain in
my back, and my kidneys no longer afford
me any trouble. I have no hesitation la
saying that one bottle of medicine, for
which I paid fifty cents, Is the best invest
ment I ever made In my lite. I heartily
commend your All-Healing Balsam to the
public, as being Just what you represent it
to be, and good for all the ailments set
forth In your circulars. Yours, tc,
Clawon, Kass., April Mh, 1888. 7tt
If you expect to make a long-time lean,
call and consult freely with' the Leasbard
Ilortgage Company M-tt
B. . LUBKdYS
1M Baaliac Balsam. A Oartnm On far
Scalds, bums, eraara. aJdnhT lomiiialaL
eats, bails, bunions, carbaaclfs, chapped
hands, scratelH,. calks,, kicks aad all aid
At the earnest soJieiUUoaafsaaay
aad aatjaalatareai, waa bare atade a.taar
aia'aad sasie&etory trial of myAH Baal
las; Balaam." I tafce this method af laere-
daietat K ta aha paMt atlarie, ttamahaa-
aam ta he darlTedfteailta aaa maybe eajay
adayaw;waaaraaamstad wish aaf af ttt
MttMLsMsV 4sssaWaTT"st 9estVwSnWMLt WawW JMavV I
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Dress Goods, Woolens;
. A 1 x S "- 's
Notice to Jail Contractors.
Vntlr la lierelir elTen that the board of
county ' commissioners of Sedgwick county.
jvansas, will rrtrmr juwinfams u. iilviulcvi
the connty clerk, in Wichita. Ivansjs. up to
noon ofMomlsy, January 7th, 18SI. fur the con
struction and nlsclnir of threo (3) atrel-clad
jail cells In the county jail in Wichita, Kansas
according m piaiM ana gpeciucsiLOD nw un
file In the ofllce of the comity clerk.
3i- K. A. DOUSE , County Uert.
(First publication December Cth, 1A1.)
Notice is hereby eiven that there will Lo a
petition present! d by Mortou town to the cum
mbuioneni of Sedgwick county, aUnc fur an
aunroprlatlon u( Sjl.ouo to aid in bullulue a
bridge across the North Ninnescah river nt or
near the point where said stream cmssea the
line between nectiunsloamlis, town 23, ranee
4 wet. Estimated cost of said bridge, J,i"s).
Ij. E. lU.M'.S,
7-4 and other.
Notice for Publication.
at Wichita, Kansa?, Nov. SI, 18X1. S
Notice is hrrebr eiven that the Mlowlnr-
named setUer lias filed notice or Ids Intention
to make final proof in support of hU claim, and
that said proof will be made before the U. S.
Ijini! OOire at Wichita. Kansas, on Tuoday.
.JannaryMh, J4, viz: Alexander Well. D.S
o. JI.SIO, lor 1110 njise,4 0l sec. , anu uw;4
sw'i and sw.'i nw,' ot sec. !, twp. ' a. , r. 3w.
lie names the following witnesses to proTe
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
or, said land viz: John Williams 1'ave Jones,
Itobert Chamberlalu and Wesley Ulpe ; all ol
Alton, oeugwicKcuiimy, iiimvs.
3W. It. I.. WAT.KKK, Ketflater.
(First publication December 13, lt-M-i.)
In I be District Court of Sedgwick county,
Flora A. Walcott, plaintiff, )
Allen W. Walcott, defendant. 1
Tbc above-named defendant, Allen W. Wal
cott, is hereby notified that he has been sued by
tbe above-named plaintiff, Flora A- Walcott,
in the District Court of Sedgwick county, Kan
sas, and that unless he answer the petition of
the said plaintiff against him, filed (u said ac
tion In the office or the clerk nf said d.urt, by
the 21th day or January, A. 1). ISM, enld pe
tition will be taken aj true, and Judgment will
be rendered in said action in favor or paid plain
tiff and against, said defendant, divorcing said
plaintiff from said defendant, and for c"t ot
said action In accordance with the prayer or said
J. 11. BALDEUSTON,
33-1 Attorney for Plaintiff.
Uanofaetarers and D alers In
Harness & Saddles,
Also jobbers in '-
No. 106 Douglas Avenue. -
Lombard Mortgage Company do not re
quire borrowers to send drafts cat to pay
coupons, all interest belngpsyable in Wich
Lombard Mortgage Company have fund
onbsad applieatlobs are not sent castfot
TteMfakts BtB 8ot. 8frgM,
"Will stud ror service at"Mplewood
farm" one-hair mile sonthwest. or Arkao
saaBtver bridge. Terms, flM Invariably
attlaaof aervlce. AJJasJJersey ball, "Duke
of .Sedgwick at IJJMm- Terms,
. aitlme of W
Boaittos to bofcMpserlU or any'pa-
tsat vtxMdae, jBHpiB(en "S 1 1"
my restaadwIHPedagreatdeaL I
Imra tried lJHrMml kinds of
Mdtetsve, MHbe. Tosr AH-Heal-
i " . JSK9aA X JscfXun.
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EXTOU'S "COAL" -.KIDS!
John Extoti has again taken charge
near die depot, where
Colorado, Pittsburg, Osago,
Will lie carefully nrrrenM anl ilrllvrrsj
FRESH LIME & GOOD
" Announcement! "
It has been my endeavor since I commenced utnincss
in Wichita to always keep in stock the best and latest
fstvlcs of "oods : but I am happy to announce to tho
public that this season I have surpassed all former
cflorts and that I am in a position to exhibit the fin
est slock ever shown in Southwestern Kansas, con
sisting in part of
Gold Watches, Silver Watches, Diamonds.
Lockets, Earrings, Lac Pins.
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and be convinced
that wc can show yon the finest selection, and that
prices aro the lowest of tho low.
Jf. B. No trouble to show goods.
T tke CHkeis tf WkUta aid Tieiikj:
We would reapcclfully.call your attention to the feet that wc
are bow ready for bttsiae, and aro constantly receiving; anil of
feriBjr for sale one of the largest and most varied stocks of Fancy
Gooda ever on exhibition ia tha city, and at prices that defy com
petition. "The Faib" ia; aad will continue to be, the wonder of
Wichita. At"THK FAia";yeacaB find any and everything in
Fancy Goods and Toys. If yon don't see what yon want call for
it, m we have a great many goods that are not on exhibition, aa
we're very macE cramped for roonu Our line of Silver-plated.
Ware fnrpase aU former displays ; quality guaranteed, price
law. In Jewelry we Keep a eompieio assortment, ana nave ym
made a apecial order for the Holidays, araonjr which are i
braceieu aaa nags jot autarcw.
hnarisomrt aaaonaeai, aao, .are
frame to ortfer worlmmtJmp
doHbt. the ebeaoert. akeat aad
aide of Kaaaas Ctty ; marWe:topa,
Aal flassasirii 1
GI N S E 8 A N B
Avoid the Holiday Rush and Come EarlylK,
- We art offering : -'.'-
i'.,. i r
Unprecedented! Bargainsn& Opportunities.
MakeYoui Friends Happy
lT?KTTT PMPW.- Wo ,,av0 everything in the Dry G
&VJ i.Lb,i1lV make the female heart glad.
t A tvt'cc! If" vo wish to make vour homes bright anil happy, liny somo'
L.A1J lli& . 0r ,,osc - - .
N.X.T.P.O. Innes &
We have just received a large line of
Elegant Neckwear, Gloves and Hosiery!" ;
Call and examine the
"New Chenille and Lace Fichues!"
A Beautiful Clirislmas Gifl. K?'1 ,,C,"rc ai,I,rol,r!:" lha"
"Elegant Dolmans and Russian Circulars!"
'Just received a new lot in Clotb, Ottoman, Rep, Brocade and Sicil
ian Silk Cloth and Tricots.
"An Immense Variety of Children's Wraps and Cloaks.".
Unapproachable Bargains in
Call at the Famous Horseshoe Good I.uck to All Who Enter There.'
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IsT. X. T. J?. O,
of his coal yards on Ilonghw nvenne,
Ft. Scott & Anthracite Coal !
to ciutomf rj free of (lack unci ilutt.
xa vu raiuungn, ,
aatt frames, we bavi
r eaa-i ue tarnstnen
i of Ptwinfjs, Chmtmaa '
rVre cksiaroit oar aloeai
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of Something to Wear!
oods line that
Black Silks, Velvets, Plushes.
INNES & ROSS?
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
BISHOP .t COLE, Proprietors.
HOUSE WORK A SPECIALTY.
9-St Wellington, Kan.au.
DR. E. H.BROWN',
South side Dougl.vt avenue, Dear tbe
liritlgc. Treats all kinds or dicae ant
maN are subject to. Como and see me. "r
M. P. STAMM,
Albu'iutrqite, - -, - - JTnr Xtmlto
PRODUCE CMHMSIM MERCHANT.
teL'CMW'WJbt-CsWs ProJace Solicited.
iWell BpVirtg and Drilling
rWBptty?donj In Seilzwlck ami nrroumllDK
eowiUM. ArtfIan welln mafJuaod pnaicttDfr
Iperlenre?. Outllta fur fAl. AiIJrfM
)rlfar OTir with M. A.Bnylen. tlAler In
pampn, etc., Uouslas A Ten tip, wlclilta, Kan
- A. SMITH. -Contractor-
Carpenter and Joiner.
Wilt do all Kinds of Curtatr and Joiner
work on short notice. Stairs. Stair lulling!.
9u, Doors, ISIinds, Door and Window Frame.
13" Shop, 1M 3faln Street; Itenldenfle on
Ttwrenrf. Aieone near Cenrtal ; lost'Offic
bo i : 17. 9-tf
O. B. STOCKER
VLAIS AXIOIlVAMENTAL PLA8TEW50;
All parties ilexlrlnir work In hit line will
esveo.ilersut J. 1". Alleu'it Drug Store,
25" Country Work Solicited.
KLAUS & YIKE,
All Work Warraiited.
13" Shop near corner Kouith and DoojIm
arennef, Wlcbita, Kamu. 31-13
280 acre In sec. 31, twp. a, r. Ze.Gyptnm twp.
160 acre In sec. 22, twp. , r. 3, Alton twp.
160 acres in see. IS, tiro. 28, r. 2e, Gypsum twdt
IGOar.re In see. 24, twp. 29, r. Iw, hto twp.
100 acres In see. 30, twp. 28, r, 4 w. Krle twp.
All of the above land will be sold for cash, (or
On time at 8 per cent In'ereaton payment ef one
third cash. A Ux)nunteilltlaTVt on any cllum.
An energetic man can Inveat tbe proceed of his
crop In U.S. S per cant In three years and live
(a spell) oa the Inte.est.
Harris & Harris.
Office sam bnildlna-wtUi U. . Land OSe.)
KIMMERLY & ADAMS,
ement ami Byildwt
rOa ! ut. Bar-
tea rii aad
DiW Ave. Stwmbuimify,
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Election NotiM Mortoi Townikip,
(Flrt publication November ,
Wnuxu. On the 1 day of Nore:
a peiiuon aifrnea dj m voiers or jss
ataloaakinrtocallan taction far I
of votinr township bond to'tk)
twenlr-Ore nundrwt dollBSSBssf
bnlldlnza brldre acrnaft aggjigg.
sectlona 10 and M, towaS fof4i
on or near section U iflssi asa
21. town 28. ranaaSwvat. . "
.Votlca It hrarSlvtIMl St special slsc'it.
will be held la Hafts SawMklp on
Tut,t1,tU MSBelsa a Bnimbtr, A. D. 1883,
for th iurasss afvtlnr boods ot said town
to tfca saannat of Swenty-flva handrad dollars
pw.MMIdlBa-abrfdfa aerms the Mellon
ft silmaa; section 10 and 13 when the line
asMast sW North Nlnneacah river, and on or
aar sactlon line between section JO aad 11 at,
as Bear a practicable, when said line erowe
ska South Nlnneacah river. The ballot ot
those votlnir against said bonde or proposition
shall read, 7Aralnt the Hoods" j the ballot
of those voting for the proposition shall read, ,
Said election shall be condocteil In aeeont
anca with tha provisions of tha general election
law of the Slat of Kansas, aad tha vote of
elector will be received at Jones' store or other
suitable place) at Cheney. Tha poll wilt b
open at 8 o'clock a. v. on tha said dar of tha
election for the purpose or recetvlnr ballots,
and will remain open nntll 8 o'clock r. u. of
II. Q. WILLI AMS, Clark,
U. T. SlIEAItON, Trustee,
(Flrat publication November 29. 1HK3 )
In the District Court of Sadg-wlek county,
IJertha Trlna;, plaintiff.
William 8. Prina-. defeniUnt.
The above-named William H. Prln la hereby
nouneu tnat as na ceen aneu uy iue
named piainim in in uuinci uouna
wick county. Biaie or jtanaae,
he anawer tha petition of saw
Dim meu In aiu I
d In said actloo. la BM
i court, by tb Wkhtf.
etitloa wWWSasMB I
sJatttt mmI saaaltMS aaaV
of said court
nt. lor a
ilsasfinf M lifts I
m4 far ska eaatewy f me minor children, In
neanieafjwawissi saw prayer oieaiu peviswn.
r '-' 3" KUGtSLES PAKSONS.
M J Plaintiff' Attorney
(First publication December 6th, 13.)
Oliver W. Little aad Levi McLsastlla.'l
Georae B. Taylor, defendant.
Before II. W. Adam, a Jostle of the paae
of Viola township. Sedgwick connty, Kaaaaa.
Said defendant I hereby notified that on tha
ZUdayor November, ISA, an order of attach
ment for lb sum of oa hundred and arty-two
dollar and aeveaty-flv cent was laanad by tfca
above-named Justice of tha paae agalast hsl
good and chattel, la theabove-eatltled action I
and that said causa will b heard on the list
lay of December, WO, at 10 o'clock a . u .
Attorney for Oliver W. Utile aadXavtMa-
Attest : ll. W. Adam, J. T.
. (First publication December Mb, lam.)
Xotic I hereby given that Um eopartaenhl l
heretofore exUtlaa; and dolaf boaioe at Val
lay Center, Kaaaaa, under the atyl aad ana
nam of McKay a Co baa bam dlaaolved by
mntaal eonasut. All aecouaU da Ik lata fmi
are In the hands ot W. J. McKay tor sattlamaatv
Valley Crater, 1
aad will eon til
pass patrakasw, w ask
Sode la hereby fives
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