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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, JCANSAS. SUNDAY M0RNING0VEMEK i 1884!
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M. M. MURDOCK, Editor.
SUNDAY MOKNING, NOV. 2.
JAMES C. BLAISE.
JOHN A. LOGAN.
forCougrrea SAMUKL K. 1'KTKltS
lilce. of 1 t cott
.lull II II
A Vnleiilliie, ol Ola)
A J Jell, ofNemaliB
I O. l'lcke rinp. ! Jolineon
.J I. DrmilMiii, ofjeeeielio
.1 M ilillcr, f MorrlK
F V. Mhitm, ol Cluinl
W". liltpn, of lrego
. T T. TaIur, nf lie-no
Kor Chief Jitnller.
A. II. HOIiTOV, r AiiJiinun
Kir AfcsnciHte JuHlce,
W. A JOHNSTON,"! OtIRWB.
JOHN" A. M MM IN oi .Uchibun.
A. I. IHDOLh. of CntwMrJ.
' For 'secretiry of Mat.
i:. It. ALI.KS.nr 'wlftwIcV.
K. 1. McCAIIh, ol e.ruhnm
h T. IKiWE, r.Mitrion.
For Attorney General.
S. 15. IIUADKUUII. orOi-anc.
Forfiiierlnt mlei.t I'ublic instnictli n,
I. II I.AWIIKAI), of ISourlmn
For Mite ".entor, .3rd District,
.IOIIX KKI.IA . of Sedgwick
ttep. IKrtli diet
hokum k i.wvkenci:
Clerk 1)11. Court C. .A VA S : SKSs
I'mbiitp.Jndiro . ' ' Jr." r. I 1
Conntv Utoracv . J M HALKKItSTON
Sl.;hr.n . . It I) HAMMOND
Coram, let dltt
h. A. WII!ON
STILL DEFIED !
THE CITY ADMINISTRA
TION REFUSE TO
Their Organ Insults Men who
Would Protect their Homes
By Appealing to Party Prejudice
and by Charging Occult
Tlio appeal of the citizens committee to
the mayor and council to clc.tr the city of
the I ms-roii and unlawful cVment which
is nightly robbing our people goes un
heeded, and the sentiment which called the
meeting ol citizens forth is defied. The fact
that the movement :i solely in the inlerct-t
of good go eminent and mutual safety,
added to the f.ict that still aguin night be
fore Iiibt the robberies went on a umhI, and
all reinforced by the plain and undeniable
iniths et forth in the Kaoi.k jeknlay
morning, it was hoped that some
thing would be done jcpterday.
Kut there was not. The maj or in the morn
ing concluded that it was not safe to longer
ignore the dt mand for action, and went so
far i.s to say and to notify the Kaoi.k that a
proclamation would be ready for publication
last ecning. No proclamation came, nor
was any is-ued. AVhy, the citizens of Wich
ita need not be told. TliOmen wlio luo
been manipulating the ntlairc of lln city for
year-, simply would not permit it. They
cannot nllord to hiue that clas driven fiom
'the low n. The oflicial paper of the city and
the organ of the Democratic p-irty, still far
ther in-ults the p-ople by saying that thi
desire to protect life and property, is
only a partiMiu move. Was eer such an in
sult flung into the faces of a people! If
n partisan mon will free thi town of the
thugs mid robbers that infe-t it by the score
and the hundred, then in the name of fright
ened women and children let the parti-an
move go forward. We tell this city admin
istration and it organ that if there U any
partUanhip in the whole liu-inees it is upon
the other side; that it i in the iutcnt of the
parly to which th Heacon and the city ad-miui-tration
belong, or at lea't in the inter
est of the bosses of that jvirty.and oh, such a
set of lfo-sc. Tweed in hisp-dmiest days was
nowhere'. "We know, and t-e) docs that
committee of citizens Know, that thero
are De-mocrats in this city, and a large num
ber of them who will not touch the outfit
sailinir iHider their name with a ten-foot
polo. lSuttlito men, some of whom met
with the wgilanee committee, lineno inter
est in keeping the city full of alley thugs
and night prowlers, but upon the other
hand are anxious becaiiK' of the safety of
their home" to ge t rid of them.
In this matter, which in oh es ourpiop
eTly, our home"!, our families and our Kir
theKidl.K appeals to the citizens eif Wich
ita without regard to their party convic
tion. THERE IS A LAW.
Thero is a United Slate- election law
which was pawd to goiern all elee tion-at
which congremen are elected and which
empowers I'nitcel State's marshal" to arrest
any fraudulent lotcrs. Xext Tueday, con
gressman are elected in K-iusas and any im
portation, repeater or other men intending
to who knowingly ca-t an illeg'd vote will
do well to remember thi.
A HUNDRED TIMES WORSE.
The editor of the organ of the city admin
istration, the Wichita Daily Keaeon, delilxr
ate'lysaysif allairs in this city were a hun
dred tmie worse than the Kaoi.k has shown
them to be, it would oppose a ligilance
co.nmittex', In other words feir the sake of
doing the work of these men it would rather
two or four hundred roblierie should be
committed nightlv than Iwo or four.
The Democrats are trying to eare Repub
licans who bet that the state of Kansas would
go twenty thousand majority for .Martin.
The Kaolk tells such Republicans tint the
talk is only made for tho purpose of getting
Kepublicaus to oiler to withdraw their bet".
John A. Martin will be e-lected by seieral
thousand more than twenty thous-md and
and our adiicc is to hold the mugwumps to
NEV YORK. "
James (!. Klaine can be elected without
Xew York, but the carry ing of New York
by the Republicans de'eide the tight for the
Kepublicaus bey ond question. Tho editor
of the Kaiili. is in receipt of ndiich,rough
privnto sources from unquestioned authori
ty, which is to the etlect that the estimate or
poll made by the National Republican Cen
tral committee gii ing Klaine New York by
2i1,lti0 is a safe one.
The subsidized oflicial pajwr of this city
has the impude'iicc to assert that thoy had
been told that the conimitte-e, or gentlemen
composing it, who met at the United States
Commissioners' court room, were pnrtizan
Kcpublicans. While we were not there-, we
know, ho know or should know, and the
men who were there know, that as good
men as this city aflbrds were present, Demo
crats and Itepublicms alike- Wo arc fur
ther informed that party or polities were
not once mentioned by any one'. They
xvereanAious men. but true who proposed
lend who still propose to protect themH-lics
and property, to do that which the Ilea-
con's bosses had so notoriously neglected
andTcfu6celtocio, ami that Is to give tins
citj- a decent government-
HOW THEY HAVE LIED.
The Oklahoma boomers have industrious
ly and unblushingly asserted cier since
their nttempt to settle Oklahoma that Sena
tor Plumb Lad cnttlo interests down there,
and that'll wns therefore opposed to the set
tler's move., and responsible for the attitude
of the Interior Department toward Payne.
Senator Plumb made a speech a few ilays
ago at El Dorado, when it was n'ked about
these matters. He made answer by going
all over the entire question. As to the charge
that he owned any cattle in the Territory
he said if all the cattle in the Indian Terri
tory were to turn up dead he would not be
one cent poorer. After explaining the em
barrassments of the Indian committee in
congress upon that question, and telling
jut what efforts he had mado in behalf of
the settler moic, he wound up by saying.
"I belieie that cicry acre from which the
Indian has hcen remoicd should be open to
settlement by the people, free from the con
trol of corporations, railroads or monopo
lies of any kind, and as fast as it can be
done with justice to the Indians the whole
Territory should be opened to the settlement
ami control of the white man."
WHERE THEV COME FROM.
In answer ton query where diel all the
floating population in "Wichita como from,
and what arc they here for wo can only an
swer, go to the polls iict Tuesday and see
who votes them. There are thousands of
these men to spare in Jlissouri and the asser
tion made that the liquor dealers of Kaua
City, in pursuance of their bargain with
(Hick, were sending out thesemeninto Kan
sas towns seems about so. If the Krewer-'
association could afford to rai-e a campaign
fund innningaway up into tho many thous
ands of dollars', why couldn't tho whiskey
men afford to take care of this imported
A SLAP IN THE FACE.
The organ of our bosses 'ays, and deliber
ately says, that tho man or men who would
uphold a meeting of citizens called for the
protection of their homes, are more danger
ous to the peace and safety, order and pros
perity, than all the burglars that have cier
been in this city, and then cites Cincinnati.
Welcaie that slup in the face to the men
who met to take some steps, toward persuad
ing the mayor and council to do something
to relioie the town of the presence of men
who would murder or burn with the same
readiness with which they would r obhome
and stiml if the opportunity ollercd.
A VERY LITTLE THINC.
"We want to say to all fair minded honor
able men that the report that the Kepubli
can state e-cntral committee were sending
out or printing u black ticket, or an in
graved ticket, which cannot bo altered or
scratched, and about which the Democratic
papers haie tunird themsuhes inside out, is
simply a falsehood lieuuifaetured out of
whole -!oth for political t fleet. "While each
p-irty has a perfe t legal and moral right to
decide upon the style of its ticket, we bale
seen no ueh ticket as has been described,
nor do we believe any such tieket was cier
A WONDERFUL MAN.
Take the speeches, made by lilainc in the
last month, from throe to ten each day, and
especially his speeches in Xew York city,
where In1 made a speech to the preacher-, a
speech to the bn-me-s men, a speech to tin
Irish-American8, a sitcech to tho financier-,
and a speech to the women, all perfectly
and comprehen-iiely applicable1 to the scl
eral audiences, and wo say, fully understand
ing the meaning of ourword-, that .lames (I.
lilainc is one of the most wonderfully erudite
men the worldhas eie r produced. In many
respects he viands without a per among
The Keaeon .iys tint the Democratic
p-irty has nothing to do with the city gov
ernment. We could hope not, but such a
hope Mould be folly. The city goi eminent
consists of an exeeutiie, lcgi-Iatiio and judi
cial elep-irtmenU. The executiie and his
clerk are 1 )emo rat, the legi-latiie staml
fiie Democrats to three Republican-, the
judicial might be said to be a stand-off, the
judge being a Democrat and the attorney a
1'c publican. Oh, no, thi- city is not i un by
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM.
Let fiery 1U publican on Tucsd ly read hi
ticket from top to bottom before voting it.
The Keaeon of this city has unnounn d that
it will print a ticket headed regular Repub
lican, with Klaine and Logan's ii-iiue at the
top and filled in with Democratic and mug
wump candidates. Such a ticket will mis
lead and deccii i" the most wary unless it is
read over name by name.
(it your tickets of some ono who holds on
the straight ticket.
Wo want a Kepublicau legislature so a- to
e'lect a Kc-publicau United States 'cnator, so
that the senate of the United States witl be
Republican under the administration of
.lames G. Klaine. To bring this about lote
for Republican nominees.
STILL IN LINE.
To Hie VMltorortliollslli Knalc
Apreqios of the assertion made in Friday's
Keaeon, that the utterance's of the clerical
bigct Kurehard in presenting mi address to
to Mr. Klaine had the effect of alienating the
Catludic Republicans of this eutv from t lie J
Republican p-irty and to cause them to pull
off their badges. I desire to state that the
Republicans referred to are still In line and
wearing tlioir badges. 1 confess that the
language of the address at first staggered
me, but when I come to reflect tint neither
Mr. Klaine nor any of tho managers of his
canvass were in anyway responsible for it.
1 see no reason why any Catholic should de
sert Mr. Klaine or the Republican.partv
simply because a bigoted crank made iis.i
of insulting expressions in presenting an ad
dress. The spirit of the adelro- in question
does not harmonize with Mr. Maine's, senti
ment as expressed in a letter concerning hi
family and religion, written March the 10:h,
"My ancestors- on my father's side were, as
you know, always identified with the Pre
by terian church, nnd they were prominent
and bonorenl in the old colony of Peniisj 1
vanin. Kut I will never conent to make any
public declaration upon the subject, for two
reason; Kir-t, because I abhor the intro
duction of anything that looks like a relig
ious te-t or qualification for otlice in a re
public w here perfect freedom of con-deuce
is the birthright of every citizen; and, sec
ond, bcism-e my mother was a dentcd
Catholic. I would not for a thou-.ind
presidencies speak a disre-pectful
word of my mother's religion, amino pres
sure will draw me into any avowal oflm-til-itv
or unfrienlincs- to Catholic-, though I
have iieicr iwcliecL and do not expect, any
political support from them." If Catholics
feel agrieved at the language in epiestion let
them turn to the other side and whit will
they find. Kragg's insulting utlcraneos at
the comcr.tion that nominated Cleveland;
Gro cr himself xvho requjsed tlie w ithdrawal
of the "Freedom of Worship" because it
would cuibara-s him George William Cur
tis and the Harpers, who are well kifbwn as
the most bigoted anti-Catholic wTiters in the
world and w ho are now the ardent support
ers of the Democratic candidate. In view o
these fact and hundreds of others which I
have not time tocnnaiuerate, I sec no reason
changing my jwlitics. lave or die, sink or
swim, survive or perish, I will stand by the
nieputjlican party through thi campaisn.
-y. IL Giutta
To Iht.Etlitor of He Datln iUiqle:
The best of the wine was reserved for the
end of the fea-t. We have had some good
meetings at Derbv this fall, but it was re
served for Judge Peters to aroue the most
enthusiasm. I am like the lady who had
used many superlative- in describing beau
tiful objects; when the looked at the sub
limity of tho Xiagara Palls, she said :
" What shall I say? I've ued all my adjec
tives. The judge was e-corted to the place of
speaking by the Jfuliane Po-t bind, and a
number of our most prominent citizens. He
was introduced by Dr. Tucker,
and gaic us a masterly speech
on the issues between the parties.
He was eloquent, fair, logical and witty;
made many happy hits and no enemies. Ho
talked a if he were ono of u, and not a su
perior sort of being whom it wa our duty
to worship. Time and again he iia- inter
rupted by vociferous applause. Whatever
man be thought of his politics, thero were
none that did not recognize Ms earnestiie-s,
and beliei e that Judge Peters would not do
all in his powar for his constituency. 1
think there i- no doubt but that Rockford
will roll up an old temo majority.
The faithful Mulvano Post band play ed
some fine martial music, ami many an old
soldier's heart beat fater as he heard again
the music to w hieh he had gone forth to
light and to comiuor. Our thanks to tho
.Much of the success of the meeting was
due to the exertions of tho-e stalwart young
Republicans, Samuel Waugh, James McCoy
and John Kingder.
No politi al meeting in Derby ever drew
so many good looking ladies. 1 wish you
could haio seen the smiling faces that greet
ed the judge. All honor to tho ladies that
graced the mectiug with their presence.
Maria Halpin Gives to the Public a
Statement Relative to tho
-jpccial to the Inter Ocean.
Nkw Yoiiic, Oct. CO. The efforts of Gro
ver Cleveland's friends to defame Maria
Halpin and to surround her name with
scandal more lilo than that which is attach
ed to her through her association with .Mr.
Cleiland haie at last brought from Mrs.
Ilalpm the first words she has spoken in her
defence. A series of affidavits were niado
public to-night which show that Man i Hal
pin is not the bad ami elcsiguing woman she
lias been pictuied by her Millers, and th it
while Air. Cleveland has been shouting "tell
the truth"' to an iniestig-iting committee,
his friends have not 'topped at perjury to
suppre-s it. Mr?. Hatpin's affidaiit was
made xoluntarily and without sugge-tion
from outside sources. Soon after reading
Henry Warel Kecehcr's defcu-o of Mr.
Cloi eland and bis slanderous attacks on the
life she led prior to and since her acquaint
ance with Mr. Cleveland, she 'cut for her
son and announced her intention of defend
ing her womanhood and her family. Acting
undi r his advice, -he ha- mado the" following
state meut under oath:
State of New York, county of AVe-tches-ter.
.Maria IS. Halpin. being- dulv sworn,
say: I reside at New Rochelle, in the
county of Wcstche-ter, slate- afore -aid. I
am the person whose name hasbee-n pub
lished m connection with tint of Gioicr
Clei eland as the mothi rofhis on, I bale
been induced to remain silent wl.:1- the dis
grace and sutl'i-ring brought upon mo by
Groie-r Cleiclaud haie been di-cu--i'd and
criticised by the public and the pre--, and 1
would most gladly rem tin silent even now
but fr the duty which I owe to my aged
and afflicted father, my children and my
-i-lers, to whom mv troubles were unknown
until made publfc by publication a few
months ago. My duty to tho-e relathe-, to
the friend- who knew me before my ac
quaintance with (irener UN it-land, who-e
kind uuranei-s of hue and sympathy and
(nlldeiiee h lie rciihcd me-, etnupi 1- me to
make a public state-mi nt and denial of many
ol the statements wluihliive 1kn.ii made
liublie concerning me .iiul my charaetir
and mtK'ii- while in Puflalo. J would
gladly avoid further publicity of this t ni
ble mi-fortune if 1 could do so without ap
pearing to permit the foul and fal-e
statements concerning my chaiactcr.
and h Jilts cspeeially those mule by Mr.
Horatio C King, and pubh-bul with
dlegt-d approial of (i urnor Cleiclaml
himself. These st itcun-iit- haie been ac
cepted by iiriny journals a- true, and ap
pear to the defense or excuse of Goiornor
Clei eland for his action toward anil treat
ment of me, as well as his story a to mv
h-ibits and character before and 'during hfs
acquaintance with me. I do not believe it
possible tint eien (inner Cleveland could
attempt to further bheken me in tho eyes of
the world after all ho has compelled me to
endure for him and their sake-. 1 deny that
there was anything in mi actions or again't
mv character, at any time or imv libice, un
to the hour I formed the acquaintauee of
liroier tleieland, wlncli ho or any otlier
person can ca-t the slightest su-picion oier
mo un to Ih it hour. My life was a, pun
and spotles as that of anv lady in the cilv of
Kullalo, a f let which (,roier Cleveland should
be in-in enough ami just enough to admit, and
I ilefv liim fr ntii nf liw fneiwli in sl.ilo u
. : . . . . . . . . i
-inir i.iii m i .- 4t -uiin- HIV IVItrill. Ul JIUIMJU
of mine to which any one euiild take excep
tion. 1 always felt that I lnd the confidence
and e-teem of my employers. Me rs. Ilm-in-iii
& Rest and Flint & Kent, and this I
could not maintain if I lnd been the ile
w retell his friends would hue the wot Id be
lieve. He sought my acqu lintancc, and ob
tained an introduction to me from a person
in whom I had ei cry confidence, and he paid
me mtv marked attention. His character,
so far as then knew, was good, and his in
tention, 1 believed, was pure and honorable.
The e-ireum-tam e'r under which my ruin was
accomplished i too revolting upon Gron-r
CleicHnd to be m ide public. I did not see
Grover Cleveland fur liicorsiv weeks after
my ruin, and then I was obliged to send for
him, he being the proper person to whom I
could tell my trouble. I will not at this
time detail my sub-equent sufferings ami
the birth of our beiy on September 1 1, 1S71,
but 1 will say tho statement published in
tho Hull ilo Telegram in the main is true.
There is not and never was a doubt as to
Lin..!., f iixr nf .... .. .1 . (tinl. lhniil..(i . ikIihii '
the piterniti of our child, and the attempt
of Grover Cleveland . hi friend- tocoiiple
the name.of O-car Fol-oin or any one1 else
with tint of the boy for Unit purpo-c is sim
ply infamous and fdse.
Attached hereto is a statement jirepired
and submitted to mo by the friends of Gro
icr CIci eland to sign. Kut I declined to do
so because the statements therein contained
are not true. Miu i K. H.u.rt.v.
Signed and sworn to before me this -?th
dav of October, lsSI. Cms. G. Kink,
Notary public, Westchester county, New
York. " F. F. Hxmmv,
H. C. IIemikk-ox,
F. . Renoih.
THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS.
All tlio ftatos Mill elect presidential elee"
tors cm Tucxliti, Xouinber -4. Thesei
eral states ate entitled to e-lcetors as follows:
I niHsitia is
Vlrttl!i . ..
II est Vlrstoln .
M iKxiosln . .
Ncessnrj to n choice Sul
On the t into day ejections will he hcM in
scerjl tate' a foliiw?:
Alabama will elect congressmen.
ArVaii'is will e-Iect ehiefjustice of iu u
prvnie exurt artel congressmen.
Ciilifornia Tvill elect legislature anel con-crcv-nien
to olo upon three nrotwsj
Miiwnelnients to tlie state constitntion, one
autliorvins water iroAs in citic anel t-jwii,
one provieling fur a t-tate hoarJ of eelucition
anel one providing for a jtato hoard of cqual
izatien. Colorado Vill e'lect state otlio-rs, !egMa
ture and congrerstnan, and vote upon three
propev-cel amenel:nevnt to tlie ttate constitu
tion -uluch relate to the legfcLiive depart
raent, extending the f esions and increasing
the juy of mouihor.
Connecticut will elect state officer-. lcsi
latitre and concre-nien.
Delaware will elect legislature and con
gressmen. Klonela will elent coernor, lieutenant
governor, Wulattire aud cQticre5rnen, and
vote upon the ejucstion of holding a conven
tion to revi-c the constitution of the ftatc
Oeorgja will elect congre-stnen.
Illinois vr.U elect state otSevrs. leffulature
and congressmen, and vote upon a proposed
amendment to the ttaUi coc'titution, giving
mc governor power to veto any part ot too
lsl.3Mi.1 . In
e alUoinlk s,
Culwrailn -. . . . i
Coniin-tlrul . .
Flurnin .-.. I
Inn a Sa
Krntkcki . . It
L Uii-i . s
Mlliuis l.-i 7
appropriation bill while approving the
Indiana will elect state officers, legislature
Iowa will elect minor state officers and
Kansas will elect state officers and con
gressmen. Kentucky will elect congres-men.
Ixiuisiana will elect congressmen.
Maryland will elect congressmen.
Massachusetts will elect state officers, legis
lature nnd congressmen.
Michigan will elect state officers, legisla
ture and congressmen.
Minnesota will elect an associate justice
of the supreme court, legislature and con
gressmen. Mississippi will elect congres-men.
Mi-souri will elect state officers, legisla
ture and congressmen, and vote upon two"
proposed amendments to the state constitu
tion, one nnthorizing a special tax for street,
road and Lridge purposes, and the other re
lating to the judicial department, and au
thorizing an mcrea-c of courts and jndges.
Nebraska will also elect state officers, leg-i-lature
and congrc-sinen, and vote upon
two proposed amendments to the state con
stitution, one of which relate-- to the legi-la-tive
department, and the other provides for
a railroad commission.
Nevada will elect judge, legislature and
e-ongre-sman, and vote ujion the question of
holding a convention to revise tho con-titu-tion
of the state.
Nev Hamp-hire will elect goiernor, legis
lature and congres-men, and vote upon the
holding of a con-titutional convention.
New Jersey will elect legi-lature and con
gressmen: New York will elect two judges of the
court of appeals, assembly men anel congress
men, and x-oto upon a proposed amendment
to the state constitution which prohibits tho
loan or use of public money for private pur
poses and restricts the indebtedness of coun
ties, cities, towns and vilbiges for any pur
pose whatever to ten percent of their valua
tion. North Carolina will elect state officers,
legislature and congressmen.
Pennsylvania will elect legislature and
Rhode Island will cloct congressman.
South Carolina will elect state officers,
legislature and congressman, and x ote upon
a propo-ed amendment to the stato constitu
tion which forbids counties and towns to
incur debts hereafter to a greater amount
than 3 per rent of the assessed xaluc of tho
taxable propertv therein.
Tennessc will elect goiernor, railroad
eonimis-ioner, legislature and congre-siuen.
Texas wilt elect stato officers, legislature
Virginia will elect congressmen.
Wc-t Virginia will elect congressmen.
"Wisconsin will elect state officers, legi-lature
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Wach, Jcwlry Siivcruare
.Xl-o liraiith 'nire fnr the L'dIImI f-tatr
V.'aieli Lotiiinuy Er One l'ir we-t of tlio
.ill) lluiisr, iiiuj!lasaiPiut 1-
A FEW OF THE REASONS
Why on should not fail to lm j.mrpjcc
tvlps i if
YOST & BENSON,
I Img -Xiiicin-i ennble-siuc toonler fn)m
liir.nulm-inrer-i l-iire--f eiiiv1es rlpllniiustMl,
and lo bait- them nlwaysou hnnd. ( piir-iiient-ly
iiisUituers, with tlio exception of eAtreme
ra-e-i. eiiBur no delays
i At our eiltx- ii-n ill Hint ill llie appll-Huec-
known to mdern scieme for thedetec
tlon ofiinperlccl sl n, Hmereceiitlj rerell
itl from (ic-rmani a tioiiderlnlly riii-tni-ted
tnstri'iuent ratlisl the llptliiu ter, a irre.il iiu-
iroennent in o.tlcil liistruiuei.t for the 1
lcllon nt the1 iwiwcrg of ie-oiniiiodatliiorr.-ich
.J I careful examlii-itiiiii is m-ide with I
-trunieuu that oiut out all theilefnts to be
i ll-tiinj: Ho-propi r lenes (orgla-fces, and
fulli nuder-tsnd llieir respective- iul--l-irn eee
aiesble to lust-it them in bow -, or Irnmes-, of
anj material de-lri-d li the customer, selling
the len-cs (or Blase.) at the proper aiiRle Also
in bows or proper wlillh. .nilju-linc llie lenses In
fmnt of the pn M) that the cone oi llie len-e is
dlreitli in harmoiij with the lenseof theere
5 Ilj lnvlhc len-cs (or c!a.-esj made of
Rrazililan pebble, protird iill-he-l, ami mi con
structed in s spe throughout. aConlini; surh
perf.ct eae and comrott tothewrarer In-lead
ofa ev.nt nual loss ol sight vi-io-i mtuillv Im
i rTs by Ihelr use iirne an I see lor yoiir-se-les
talk u lth those that have given "them
nln.il Hear what thei hale tosai VonullI
beconiinccd to have jour en properly fitted i
Itti m ii.tr nf ir ImiimiMl Lit... II ill n.t
"" I ' --.- -i----- - .v.. - .. ... II. .
onlv -"ale ji.ur inoree but save your risbm i
the islworvrhlch cannot lre-oniptitedtnItri I
dollars Alwais .it my ofiice line nt the best
naturisi menjoiievcrsiw No trouMeio sh 'r
Sooils or answer question, if jou will tak '
jonr turn as the do In coinp to mi 1 ir i nr
cae 1 a ilesjrerate one, if jour eye,-have been
nmllcaliy treated or siivcal'V operalel on.
aiier uincn aunosi ir.taTiani sc'aeiesare rot,
quired It li of preat linirtanee io ion rf
hae the proe'r f-itfi les, thse ?sseslnj;
all thr tm-iits aboved iscril)ed
If jouaieskeptlral bfli-n jour oculist or ur
Cun with y u It I a plea-tire to do business
with tho-e that nnder-tund Imii'ss IxIkmv
sell mi imnr vel 1 ne to the ntedtral fraterii-
Ity -.-I I ay t the rest orcrvatlon procure
s)ctacls w here thu-e do that uvierstand the
merits or demerit or the same j
Slain Street, next door north of Postoffice '
Urecn nOTr rata a dally tec from Klnsrm&n
to Saratoga, l'ratt tenter, acel
Cow Water, Comanche County!'
Thi. l In fact the inly illrrct mnt to I
txiM W K.UT. A Us txxim Uirr. wlih j Ioly of I
vacant Iar.il. thr be-t rtb The. Cacntiti- I
tall if t yon thfir threilavsqnlcvr lhn any
olhr irav. Tbc CaimooLall Iratn Kltsmuth
artcrtireatfi.t anil lanilj you IK mMr- wr-t tn .
or Iiy, an-t c1ixuj:m hcrs ciry clht rollc. I
Leas- Kionan at C 5 a m , arfiTf at sara.
at OoM Vtt:tp. ra . .iihI eor Ihli tt
ity ZJ- QtLt la Klamisn ;
l-tt GREEN'S LIVERY STABILE. I
Noi'ce for Publicstion.
Um OjncK -it tticum. K.n.
Xotieeu htrfby 0Tn that tb follnTeln? it
tier hi' !tl cctic if Ills icteotloa nixtr
t3Dal 'tlraent of his claim, ajset thl tb
pri'of Tftllti n.Mt before tee l'nltJscai
lanilf (it Wichita, Ka., i IK-rnir
15th, Iss4. fix W W Tnraer. hom-ti p
jilicaUon for th northf4 ejurtor.
ise;ID 13, tonn-lilp 2 .mth ran; 1 w,t He
nm th fnlldisltc wiif in lirnve ht ctn-
llnnos'. rriWrcc cisiu, aud ccltlTafia f,
H larut tit
l luoran. of tVlehlta, Karuas
W T Jw It, nf Wichita, Kanrt .
K n Jftif tt. or w sciilta, hiiwr
Iteary IloilOB.f alley Ostrr, Kanj
aju-ft Re I WAtna, Kfstaer,
BUNNELL & ROYS.
Agents A.,T. &S. F. R. R. Lands
The nMest established real estate firm in the
city. A large list of both city aad eonntry
propertv for sale at reasonable irtces
Money to Loan at 6 Per Cent
OUK INSURANCE AGENCY.
Aetna, or Hartford $,1M,CM
German American, or New Tort 4.0fVJ,lrtd
Hartford, or Hartford 4,M1,.4
Hsme, of New York 7,44s,B
Ins. Co. or North America, or Phlla.. D.OTl.KK
LIv. & Loud., & Globe, or Liverpool, 5,771,i9
Phcenlr, of Hartrord 4,433.0tt
Underwriters, or New York 3,G!tt,7!M
The Equitable Lire. orNewYork 50.000,000
33"OflIce in EoyV block, upstairs, over Bank
COK. DODO LAS AND LAWKENCE AVS
On and alfir Jlondar, October l.itli, lfs.1, w
On dhow and Kourtli a rimes In our Glaze and
Kalkenstein Additions, between tlio I'nlon De
lK.t and the Santa Ke and Fort Scott Junction
north, at low nrlees- and on laiorable UntH.
This N the best llilu cuing In flio nay of desir
able subnrbai. heiniea. Nenr the present Union
IeiHt termlniHortlie Mrect Itullwaj , and on
the route or Its jirolnblo earlj extension,
l'rl'm anil terms at ouroflicp, 110 Donjtlas ave
nue, K-ii?!e block.
J0CELYN & THOMAS.
Real Estate Office
'TOR SALE Imprnrnl nnd nniniprovpil
i-irin-, eieaiuruy srojriy, ihcaui ioi,
for business or r".l-nc-s. anil Itrsi- stock
lnch-s 1 can e-ll Jou pnovl saburbnn jiroi
ertj witnlna ri'ftson-tblp nistnncf- of the prln-lm-lrpss
iHirtinti cif the cltytn tracts ol lrm
otiflinlf uji to twent acres Cill ami eminer
.Ann in Coil Secariir. inaran(e in
He Ut.it roiiij-aniej.
Ifntin,' nf fii anil Farm Trorij Cnrefallj
Cj" Oibce In ba-ement or CltUens Itanl
ISutldlug. cor Main street and Douglas are,
Druggists and Grocers.
FIRST BLOCK WEST OF TREMONT HOUSF, (
SO .V H-2 Douglas Ave, WirhitaKa",
Eyes, Nose, Throat, Catarrh, Ears,
Surgery and Deformities.
"ST. 2-CTXSsTSSI.X., 2WT. X
"oprletor aad Surseon la Caar
ia Jtorta Xam Street i
ejiiarru oi ri-.- , iQrwit ou tsrl
carnlbya mild aaJ nw prosrva Wilt Kit J
roDtfatoBCc. Core rrmjecnt awl jraar&s-
i ii.rth eae ant traeitriaLm I alw jm
th. T, ri w ,i. W ...,.r. ft. .h tMtfM.t . 1
S'iiM nl i:--tt! li '-. which U IcI-. I
j and never tailt to ruaV petly wnl j;itiinot ;
! earej. j
A Mir? Thing.
For the tnaaBt care (wiihoot joercarr la I
ny forc oreJlAIllt-, la eitirr Use liriftirr, J -
tolry or ternary t;w tcrufaJ. eopjr-
colored blotch on the tKtar j-etiB, eewtcer,
rH trt, eaUrrh. rhenrntlai, ecslct tA,
nicer, ranniactorn an ae an.icar;
friia b:Hnlioicia,ciirr4 bylr Taraer'elailUa .
Ittood Cot. A roasbbltt yrfef'H free
, For al bv 5e cUeJl Jt IHreyl, ilrnprleu, j
' nyj-lu ittuc. Wictilu. JUasM, lrV,i
fiTedollirsirciact. TVrriit4, lint
Oilers their entire slock of
SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
U'c lixie all styles ofgarments. They are' tailor made," good fitting, tastily trimmed,
anel the price mticli loner than tliey liaie been sold Ucre lieretorore.
SEE WHAT DECIDED
IMngonal l!eaicrl!u-i'in Circubrs, f(?53; north fli), lnadeoroodcllaonjl
Lieaier, u ide fur collar, ornament in the back. Diagonal lieaie-r Kiisslan Circu
lars, 5!) 75; north 14, same girment, uith iiidc fur elonn the tront and round
the bottom. Kiijian CirciiHr-In tolori (corset ualst), nicely trimmed, for til,
gli, 1.!, ?I4 anil $1.1. Mate-Iesie lJu-ian Cireulirs for 51(5, north freely l?i"i.
Ilrocade Silk Circular-i, trhnuird nitli hair, silk lined. 15. well worth, 350. Seal
I'lusli Ittistiaii tirflllars (Alaske djej, saliu Kneel, seal collar, an clc-gaut wrap.
I'rltc $G), o!d iu large cities lor $75 an I SS5. Newport!, for 512, made of finest
beaver, nitli Astracan collar, cuffs and pockets. Jersey Newport' and Jersey
Newiiiarket, plain for$I3; Astracin trimmed for $10. X. It. These idc-utle-al
garmenn arc 'old in town feirsJlS, by a Imuse adu-rli-ing to sell cheap. The
' Tourist,"' made either of beaie-r or Sek-iUi.in, for ladies or mi-ci, Our prices
for tiles'! lasjitou ible garments, ftoin $S.50 to $'0. Hiirrlocks. nridc of good loa
xer, a-tracau trimmed, for $7. Better ftir S, $fM). 10, ?II, $12. ?lt and 15.
Ilrocade Silk Malltese, bcaicr collar aud cult-, for J-Jo ,
OUR PLUSH CLOAKS.
A (ic-nuiiK" fr-cil lluli Cloik, good length, eiuilled lining, for ?I0, ivorlli
freely $"5. A (Icnninc Heal I'Itih,se.il ornaments, satin lined, fr $23. Ilest
Seal J'liish, (real AIa-k.id)e), ex'tr.i length. alin lined, a beiutiful girment. for
S-"!5. Same girment sold In l hicago for SliO Xew JL-irkot, ol best seal pliisli,
rich lining, trimmed entire length with genuine bcuier, loll rhlrretl in tuck,
seal orn intents. $100 ili-sf and childrenN Haiciloek, Circulars, Tourists,
Xeiv Jlarkets, ice., in all Mres.
X. 1!. A efppo-it of one r file- dollars nil! t-crtire any garment, anil the
balance can bu paid to suit the customer. Call on us.
FAMOUS CLOTfflNd CO.
In hard time's like these, it pays cvorybotly to save wlitcvr
they ran. Wa aro hero to sell jrood nut! tltirable inailo Glotlittig
Clieap. A'o Iiavc placet! a fine line of Overcoats for men and
bois lo to 2.") per cent cheaper than nny other iiestern houco over
ollcii"! tlicm before, haviii'j bought these joods late in tlie-oaon
at panic prices forca-h. Wool at 14c; wheat at iOc. Tlienbovu
fact can only be ascertained by paying nsa viil. No trnubloto
X. 15. White Shirfs
422 Douglas Avenue.
Bank of Commerce.
(IIATKJBM A HATrn.KY.)
Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities.
?.:c;-ives Depcsiw, Tine ana Demand, a. Interest.
Buys and telh exchnuye ; makes collertioim; vryotiule municipal Intuit,
and trunsnett baitkiny tn all it branches.
lo. 17 Douglas Avcntif,
Santa Fe Bakery
1872- ESTABLISHED. -1884
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Proprietors.
OnoDS DELI'i'EKrD TO AI.'Y PAKT OF TIUI CITY.
K X rJ O .N
Douulas irenne, near cpof.
Whitescarver & Co.
Ilav )at fittftl tttJiJr nsg en lh ft9tfc:
eonr o4 Jlrt ami Jilln. as-4 ar
to foraish tartijlojla litrlln'e
'9- XM.7 ITTC.JRI
to foraish afijtbis;
tn tiMTt Ssi!se. j
Maw Pftrrn; '
Short Orfer Jleala Serred at All Hoim. .
Giv 7L:n s. CL
C3 l i -, CJ A7 TnT
1 - -C4-' ' v-" v "- '
, iqiiixi IOC
UrViNl I Urt U,
DMiglss Avenue, - "inchil Ksar
Fall and Water Wraps at
BARGAINS WE OFFER.
PALIOUS CLOTHING CO.
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
KriiJE' a J jm tttr A mm v. fcrCsin!
Arct lMt-02Jf" IVn 1 tf
Wichita Meat Market,
All Ms of Mail Salt Meals
Uk f .2. V4ejn
BOYL OIL COMPANY,
TuRFESmUZ AJTD OASOiCE.
Ccal Oil aJ Gi.-'41n JUrerMt 11 VMMOf
si ia?la tc-
j Killeen & Stockinger,
""Practicil Plumbers, Steam Cl
A. - r .
of a Uc'diictloii ol
ConiisUnj; ol New Murletit. Itiisulati Circular, Dolnnns
in all Cotorx and MiitcrUI Jut rcccbc-d at
Eaglo Euildini? (New No.), Ill Douglas Ave.
m .vax snuiFr,
Institution in tlio
Capital ami Reserves, May 7, '84
Ikini (he btryett ijiialfjlal indttmnilu la tlepoiiturs of ntiy bank in the
v A7rtc of h'ciitiiM.
Does -a Regular Banking Business in All Its Functions.
Loans Lonij-Tinio Foroipn Monoy Lnrroly Upon SatiBfttclory
Hon! Estate Security.
Wm.C. Woodman, Pres. Wm.S. Woodman,
The German Grocery
FOR CHEAP GROCERIES.
A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
HOI. II KftltX, rn-ldnt
A. r.OU Kit, A lcsl,efdeat.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
OIlOAMEH l. ViTr.
KOIIN, A " OUVKIt, M. W.
x y. .vii;iii.i:i.,.vii:t:, w.k.tuckku.
LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK OF ANY BANK IN THE STATE.
Do a General Banking, Collecting t Brokerage Business.
Knilcrn ami Forefan Kschanye fajutiht ami ioll.
If. b. Jlomtt, of all tlenomfnaffonj. Lauoht ami tohL
R. WitltAKIt.Jr . I'trM-ol,
JA!j I. IfilillAVM. VIo-ITrt'i.
Kansas State Bank.
Paid-up Capital, - - - - 852,000
M- A LLKN.
GEO. E. Sl'ALTQS.
Htceitc J)cetxiU, Jfakc Collections, Jhty and Nell tlicfotngt, and Iran
act a G'neriif Hacking Itvilnca.
JK,Vf, I'ATOH .!! WlUWme St.. X. X
MtZKAlIXr. VA.nJSAU tJAMC. tV(a.
tSTAnUmZl) Ml IXCOnriiKATKU te
MAWnFACTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
X. &m C K
TteselTMi k.fcfea jt jAt llaeJ.
wrtir!V!rettStiab wfcrfrrrr istrwhserf,
LS AND BLANKETS
Xciv l.lnc of
A i kan
Caih. Wm.C. Woodman, Jr., A it. Ch.
HU8EY & KRCBNERT
vr lkw. cut
A WAI.KKU, AM'lt.hkr
.Kvr. .t. TtrriLic
f'ottnlj, TawttMhip atul jftip(riitl Jtovdt bvuytt.
V. .KIJfK, feblr.
OK. K HMWOJI, AM'tCwhUr
If. a IMV,
SATIOXAI. ISA'tJC UK 4MKXJCA, Ckkg
XKKCHAJiTV .VAT'I BAK.Km.4 Cltr
- fRolltr Pattnt)
Wm.1. ,lh , to. f..,.... . l
T (rr tlkenu U V. ( v1k Um ..
OLIVER 4 IMBODEN CO.
&, ?ftffMf& h