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M. M. MURDOCK, Editor And Proprietor.
VriCHITA, THURSDAY, SEPT. .(, 137:!.
For Vice President:
W. A. PHILLIPS,
D. P. LOWE,
s. a. conn.
or Coi ernor.
thos. a. osnonx.
for Litutrnant Governor,
K. S. STOVEIL
for Seerrlar of Slate,
'"W.ILsTHALLWGOD,? .. .-
I). V. WILDER.
T. E. HAYS.
Tor Chief Justice,
S. A. KINGMAN.
for Attorney General,
for Srperlntcndtnt of Public Instruction,
ii. i). Mccarty.
For Presidential Electors,
C. II. Lanoston, or Douglas countv.
Jxo. Gutiihie, of Shawnee countv!
Louis Wkil, of Leavenworth countv.
.1. S. Mekieit, of Pottawatomie loutitv.
W. W. Smith, of Marxian county.
THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
The republicans of Sedgwick county,
pursuant to published call and prima
ry meetings, met in delegate conven-
t ion, at the court house, in ichita, on
Saturday afternoon, the 14th of Sep
tember." The convention was called to order
by C. C. Nicolh, chairman of the coun
ty central committee; Albert Emerson
was chosen chairman and L. X. Wood
cock, secretary, under the temporary
. On, motion, Triekcy, Buttles, and
h-etirinjii wre appointed a commit
t?(JoiiWJic',',tiaU, and Priile, Jewett,
Neley,'VnzV;iViid Goodrich a conimit-
tec of live on pcri.e,,t organization.
'i'Ji..:coniHiittce on-...,...,l,..,ti!.u ,.,.
10 to ithiu the convention :
.Nemaha to ..c.;u r Buc.k
Grant township, Thos. A. Hass, S.
Waco township J. M. Xelon, Win.
Payne township Jos. Corwin, K. C.
Wichita township Daniel Hoover,
W. II. Kettcrman.
Park township C. C. Xicols, J. T.
Carpenter and T. Jewett.
Gypsum township L. F. Buttles, J.
Lincoln township L. X. Woodcock,
"VV. II. Hazel.
Kechi township W. D. Goodrich,
Xinucscah townliip Win. Ror-s, J.
G. Duuscomb. -.
Delano township-It. E. Lawrence,
3IcMurray township-rE. Parsons.
Rockford township Geo. Manning,
R. A. Xcelcy.
Eagle township .T. W. Camp, E. II.
Wichita City 1st ward, M. B. Pride;
2d ward, J. M. Trickey ; 3d ward, Al
bert Emerson; 1th ward, W. A.
The committee on permanent organ
ization reported for president, Albert
Emerson; secretary, Jos. Tnckey,
which report was agreed to.
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A motion was then made and cai- I
ried, that the convention vote by ballot
in making nominations. The motion
did not even call forth debate or re
monstrance. Mr. Woodcock, ollercd a resolution
requiring candidates to pledge them
selves to stand by the nominees of the
republican party, in county, state and
national tickets, which was carried.
At this point C. C. Xicols suggested
that he had heard that one of the dele
gates from Xinueha township was a
Greeley man. One of the delegates
from that place replied that he guessed
- that it must lie a mistake, that he did
'not know n Greeley man in the whole
A motion, being sustained to proceed
to ballot for the candidates for the
highest oflice, Corwin and Buttles were j
appointed tellers, and E. B. Allen and
K. P. Thompson were put in nomina
tion.. Mr. WomlfOfL insisted upon ln mo
tion as to pledges, am! deired an ex- (
precsion from the candidates as to how I
tlinl kfiiiifl iififiti tint mititv lino iittnk- t
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rw.n mill itt.i.11 fln iiiiik.tiwi V fink iw.. I
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election of benator S. C Pomeroy, a
man whom he considered unfit for the ,
high position of 17. S. senator.
Dr. Allen came forward and in effect
answered that it Was not fair to ask
from him pledges upon questions
which the members of the convention
had not pledged themselves. He would
support the nominee of the conven- j
tion. whether he was one of this num- ,
berornot. He belonged to no rings, the lawyer, and should find its way to
was opposed to being trammeled with ,ho ' of every merchant, banker,
instructions from a convention, h,. 4 trailer ami nici-haiiic. It is originated
. "-wanted, lobe nominated honnrablr and l"?sly for, and prepared and pub-
fairly, it at all. and with the full conti- . MwA j" K:l'"'. vet. notwithstanding
denceofthe convention; that if elected t,,at' i,s ,,u'rl.t loun'1 il si market be
lie should act and vote in the legslaturc vol,(1 1,'1' f this .state. It is one
for the best interests of his oontitu- ' 'fte few works that decrr-itpoi-.
,. .- ..., . ., nhirifv, omol the tew works that area
ents as his judgment dictated, outside. 1 m.,lit to (lie state. It is published and
of the enmities, prejudices or favors of J sold by Crane & Byron, Topeka, Kau
any man or set of men: would not a- &"' per copy, postage paid.
pledge for.or-against.S. C.-Poinerov. ' -
f Ih fefeVHig tiftl bortii phaVof the j OUR COUNTY TICKET,
resolution, ho spoke of an editorial in With pleasure we come forward to
last week's Eaoi.i:, explaining that it I endorse the work of the convention of
had tio rcferogt6Tt him whatever. (In itlast Snturtlay.Tixb proceedings of the
justice to Dr. "Allen we here state that covention were marked with no acri
the editor of this paper had not heard tnouy, nor could we discover anything
-n.yxHiingof thekhid of him, and in no like wire-pulling or the results of any-
'Vehicular tfjd'j.V lifte rcirtrtwrfiiin. , thing that indic-.ited "cut and dried''
The article in question wa called out by ' work. Unanimity and harmony pre
thrcnta that he heard upon tins street vailed throughout. Our space -will
with referenctTio other parties. 'not permit of our giving each and
Mr. E. P. Thompson then came for- f every nominee a special notice or men
ward and addressed the convention in tion of particular qualifications; suf-
tfVTrlH'rtHdihua,io3te word. He tice it to say that the ticket through-'
said it. was the hardest tliimr in the out i on wort In- of mtmnH ami ..n-
worm to wisely or even tiu-ees.fullv
bind a man up to any Mich pledge-:,
He was a reimWinni, and proud to say
that he had never yet bolted. A to S.
fi. Pomerov. oerisonallv. Im had im tiar.
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ii'Slintiyr' ill Sflvinie Hint t in ctnto tins
.been dlcrftred in till" llllllllirr li tlll I
A'lectiofidf V. S.-'PenatoTS itrthe oast J
l.nt as ... m-.L-lnv nm- .iio.l.m, ti.nt
...':." . c . .umiiv iiirouirn nvc vear ot war -ovcmoer e.vneci io near o a iar"c s
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))s .manhood he unetjuiy-, convention will be found elsewhere. ' and seven e;tr- of administration. m.ijoritv from Delano. Eiikn.
ocallj objected. He never had been
bought, and he hoped he never would
be sold. He was further opposed to
any division of the county under any
circumstances. Sedgu ick county was
tiie finest county in the slate; this
whole county the finest that he.ever
saw ; it was his present and future
The remarks of both Dr. -Allen and
Mr. Thompson were well received by
the. convention. C. 0. .N'icol followed
them with a M?a(i'iiiig"rcljukc at this
nttempt'to-pfodgos. It showed weak-
nes and distrust that injured the pari
ty, its 'course, and men, and besides,
such pledges were a humbug. A large
majority f ,uc convention was evi
dently of the same sensible Opinion.
The first ballot was then ordered
upon representative, which resulted
in 22'rotcs being cast for E. 1$. Allen,
and 10 for E. P. Thompson.
On.niotion of M. B. Pride the noin-ination-of
Dr. Allen Tor representative
from Sedgwick county was made unan
! The ballot for county attorney re
sulted ao follows:
ILCSIiiok . 18
:.I. Dier 14
Mr. Slus was decided the unani
mous choice by acclamation vote.
For probate judge the lirst ballot
W. C Little 20
"W. R. Kirkpatrick Vi
On mMion, .Y. C .Little's nomi
nation was made unanimous.
For clerk of district court Geo. W.
Reeves Was nominated by acclamation,
(here being no opposition
For Miiperintcndent of public in
struction the firt ballot stood:
Albert Eiiieron. ... 10
T. P. Weeks K.
and Albert Emerson was declared the
The following gentlemen were named
as the central committee of the repub
lican party for Sedgwick county for
the coming year:
L. F. Stickles, Lincoln township ; II.
C. Dunbaugh, Payne; Jacob Massey,
Ninneha: L. F. Buttles, Gypsum; Dr.
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, scan: .). Aeion, naco;.ioun .uci.or
,nickf I""'"; C. C. Alli-on, Wichita;
II. L. Dewy, Kechi; C. P. Baker,
Grant; AV. T. Jewett, Park; W. Ir-
'--, . A,'-Inrrav; M. Camp, Eafi'.e;
ichita city, 1st wot, ..... s)7utt
ncr; 2d ward, W. R. Kirkpatrick: 3d
ward, G. W. Reeves; 4th ward, A.
Mr. Woodcock offered a resolution
denouncing Senator S. C Pomeroy as
unworthy the confidence of the repub
lican party, and instructing our repre
sentative to the legislatuie to cast his
vote against his re-election, should he
be a candidate.
The resolution was unlooked for and
.entirely unexpected, as the convention
had once betore rescinded its demand
to its pledges and the candidates had
refused to take pledges.
Mr. Xicols denounced the second at-1
tempt as ungenerous, short-sighted
and uncalled for, after the sense of the
convention had been so plainly indi
cated by previous action. His speech
was shftrt tand to the point, and was
replied to by Mr. Woodcock, when a
vote was called for, which resulted in
two votes for the resolution and twenty-one
against it. hereupon the con
The delegate- from thelirsl commis
sioner's district then organized and
put in nomination for commissioner
from the first district Mr. John T. Car
penter. After which it adjourned.
The convention, taken all in all, was
very harmonious and satisfactory. Xo
ill feeling "was shown, and no attempt
to gag or force. A spirit of unanimity
ami a desire to get 1 he best men seemed
to pervade the entire proceedings, and
we sincerely congratulate the mem
bers of the convention upon the results
i of its effort.
This work, from its voluminous and
admirably arranged contents, stands
among recent law publications as
standard. Xo freatiso for use in jus
tices' courts in any of the states con
tains one-third of the number of au
thorities contained in this volume.
Being wholly statute and common
law, .standing alone upon the merit of
voluminous authority, and not upon
the dicta of tnere practitioners, no
work of its kind can supply its place
or find sale in a market where it can
be procured. The first edition is near
ly exhausted, and but tew of the jus
tices of the peace of this, state are
without it. As an assistant and guide
to the officer, practitioner and bui-
nejs man it has no equal.
over one i.uinlred business forms, over
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four hundred los;..l forms, and over ten
thousand standard authorities-, togeth
er with the cases decided b the su
preme court of the state of Kansas u
to its publication. Every justice of
the peace, attorney at law and busi
ness man should Mipph himself with a
volume. It is a guide for the justice
ii ,i, . rt
nml ,'"'ie, a mine oi authority lor
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lideiice. Dr. Allen will make an able
and trustworthy reprtseumti
we entertain no doubt of hi tndore-
incut at the io!! in November liv th
t.om.i.. ..f .,..nvii- .. " i'..
p edgetl and tintran.tueled he will goto
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sorv.. - one v,e- rb..l a..-..-.. .. Tl,. I
avu.-a-r... ii tu.. uc-i iiussiuii? Mtitiiiu hi
ret of the tii-kt't Ii ..mii.- .ii n,i ,
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JUDGE D. P. LOWE'S SPEECH.
Judge D. P. Lowe, who his for the
past two years so ably, faithfully and
satisfactorily represented our young
commonwealth upon the floor of the
-national congress, honored AVichita
with a visit on last Monday. Judge
Lowe is one, at least, among the prom
inent men of the state against whom
nothing can be said derogatory, either
as to his ability or honesty as a repre
sentative, or as to his public character
as a citizen. Called from the bench J
two vears ago, bv the almost- uuani-
inous voice of the republican partv, at
a time wlien tlicry was tor "A man
whom we can trust !" he was again
nominated at Lawrence two weeks
since without a dissenting voice. On
Monday night he addressed our citi
zens in an able (Tflbrt (a few of the
prominent features of which we give
below). The meeting Avas largely at
tended and enthusiastic.
It was opened by the election of
Judge Tucker as president, and M. M.
Murdock, as secretary. Judge Lowe
opened with a splendid enlogism of
Wichita ; alluding to her location, her
lively enterprise, schools, churches, etc.
He said he had heard much of the
place, but he must declare that he was
perfectly astonished. Mr. Lowe said :
While the democratic party comes
before the country pleadingguilty to
its former unpatriotic career, and ask
ing that its past be forgotten, the re
publican party advances its principles
and its candidates with no apologies
to make for its existence, and n re
grets to offer for its past career. It
points with pride to its patriotic his
tory and its successful achievements
in "behalf of liberty and good govern
ment. When three and a half millions of
our countrymen were held in abject
bondage, when every free state was the
hunting ground of the slave-holder,
when arrogant despotism was stretch
ing out its hands to clutch Kansas and
Xebraska for slavery, when the church
was used to crush" the conscience of
men, and the law to annihilate freedom
of speech and the press, the republi
can party arose as the nation's protest
against "iniquity, and as the nation's
avenger of the wrongs of two genera
tions. When the conspiracy against
the republic was eulininati'.g, wlien in
the interest of slavery the constitution
was about to be subverted and the
country rent in twain, when the stars
were failing away from the national
firmament, when" the army and navy
were surrendered to the catulines of
i., ,........;., ti... rt...t.i...nl mirtv, em
bodying the sentiments of national
loyalty, seized the reins of power.
From'that time to the present it has
been the mission of that party in battle,
on the field, and in the forum, to fi-rht
the enemies of the country, and to an
tagonize the friends of caste and op
pression. As the fruits of its career
of eleven years of administration to a
country restored to national unity, to
the overwhelming of all its hosts of
enemies in the field, to the restoration
to liberty and equal rights of four mil
lions of our countrymen, to the guar
antv by constitutional law of the per
petuity of freedom, it claims as among
its great achievements, that whereas
it found the country at the close of
the war burdened with a debt of nearly
three thousand millions of dollars, it
lias administered the finances and rev
enues of the country without financial
embarrassment, and with a gradual
but constant dimiuiiatiou of taxation
and of the national debt, while its cur
rency and credit has rapidly depreciat
ed and all the industries of the coun
try have prospered in an unexampled
degree. At the south, where bitter
ness and resentment over the results of
the war frequently culminated in riot
and crime, the strong arm of the gov
ernment has been extended to protect
the most humble, and approximate
peace and quiet lias hecu maintained.
Preferring conciliation to revenge, it
lias restored the former enemies of the
republic to the rights of citizenship,
and since the sword was sheathed ha-
inflicted no punishment on those who
raised it against their country. In its
administration it has been mindful of
the friends who rallied around the ban
ner of the republic in its hours of
dread, and has testified its gratitude
by heaping bounties upon the surviv
ing soldiers, and bestowing pensions
upon the disabled and upon the wid
ows and orphans of those who laid
down iheir lives for their country.
And now this republican party,
whose principles and policy were
founded in euiiitv and righteousness.
whose practical administration has
preserved the integrity of the country,
which has vindicated the right of even
citizen to equalitv before the law.
which has restored peace, order and
universal prosperity, which has in
augurated justice and economy in the
plenitude of its usefulness, and sur
rounded with the trophies of a thous
and victories and successes, advances
again to the people under the leader
ship of the hero and patriot. Geueial
Grant, and asks for a reaffirmation of
the policy and the principles which
have made liberty and nationality pos
sible. The contest upon which we en
ter, while it may be arduous, is not
doubtful in its results. The princi
ples of the republican party are en
shrined in the hearts of the loyal
masses of the country. It imio ts lit
tle to them whether this or that man is
successful or not in his personal ambi
tions, or vindicated in his individual
rescntinciits.'but it is of infinite con
cern to the country whether the policy
of the party that "gave liberty to the
laud shall continue to endure, or shall
be betrayed into the hands of its ene
mies. It isof infinite concern whether
the party which has made justice pos
sible shall continue to hold up the
banner of equiU and right, or whether
that banner sluill be trailed ignomin
iotisly in the dust. The republican
partv is the nation's organization of
liberty and of law, of economy and
thrifL of equity and equality.
Mr. Lowe dwelt at length upon the
charges made against Grant and the
republican party, vindicating them
ably and with felicity against all just
lti nliiil iikWin lin cntil TtTniisnc limilfY:
lie the Knst to ? btirk on the ivconl I
ami principles of the reptiMican partv. '
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Kansas ,1C hrst born of the rept.bh- j
can party, which came into beiiitr a a j
territory and a state amidst the tears i
of republican women and the blood of
republican free-Mate men, should re
member the baptiiii with whieh she
had been baptized, and adhere un
flinchingly to the principles and policy
which had given free soil to Kansas
and the west, and good government
and equality before the Ihw to all the
people of the land. The signs of the
times were auspicious. Iu every Mate,
where election had been recently held
the voices of the people were heard in
earnest protest against any steps back
ward. Maine and Vermont answered
t0 -North Carolina in increased major-
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November would how that the good j
sen - e and patriotic iudsrment of the !
loyal, reflecting iinisicS "of the iieoidc
wen? not io tin irvwt uv viiuiMra.
lou or MailllwIIIIf,.,; but that l.V ad- '
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irtiiu.' io iiib ltioii'.iirRS aim nniirinips
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Ot'llio roimlilioii n-irlr tkm- rnii!il ijv- t
c1"' to the future the Lenefactiou and '
''lesMtig - of the prcent. achieved to
POMEROY RESOLUTIONS. - -
At the county convention two at
tempts were made to instruct against
the Hon. Samuel C. Pomeroy as U. S.
senator from Kansas. As. we fave
stated before, we are not over friendly
to S. C. Pomeroy, and he would not be
our first choice for the high and honor-
able position w Inch he has filled for
the last twelve years, but -re are
friendlv to the interests of the settler,
to the Southwest and to the interests
of Wichita : and these interests win be
. - if .j
conserved uv us in eery insiance
t where thev can be without detriment
t . .. , .. i. ... ..-' t
; to ine rcpiinucau pari or us prmci-
We do not doubt Mr. "Wood-
cock's honesty or purpose or purity of
motive in offering the resolution, we
OUM i uuut ruin uiu uiii;4iiiw i.i,imit;i,
and the want of specification. If Mr.
Pomeroy has ever in the twelve ears
past betrayed the rcpuUican party by
word, or bv vote in tin U. S. senate,
specifv resolution andciteto the re-'
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cord but do not deal in meaningless
wholesale deiumciatiois. If he ever
, ., . . .
nas proven rucivsiiu luuif. niiuiwis ui
the settlers on their Iidian lauds, or
recreant to his trusts ii any particular
tell Us when and where in your reso
lutions and then it will not be thrown
at us by his friends that malice alone
dictated such action.
We do not know Hat S. C. Pomeroy
will be a candidate for re-election, but
ti.-.e .,. .ir. i.-t..,,' i.. i ni iF..i.it
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U. S. senator from the state of Kansas. ; Dram-shop petition 'of Geo Spiccr,
... . ., . .,.., , , LNciiuescah township, granted at .100
with inttiirmio in Washington, .and , I)cr .,, ,,re-,,aid quarterlv.
with the administration, second to no The meeting then adjourned until
man in the length and breadth of this ! Tuesday, the following day.
land, which fact his worst enemies .
' , , , ,, .... I September 10. Board met at 1 o clock
even acknowledge: and knowing this,
we do not want, needlessly, and fool- ! "present Sol. II. Kohn, K. A. Xce
ishly, to call up his opposition to our ley and II. C. Itcmlow.
great interests in this vallev. We I Bill of We-t & Mann, to be paid out
" . .... . .. ofOel.ino-ti(Wnhip fund, allowed . . $:0 00
know farther, as every man in V ichita , , ,)f u. A. Set-ley, county commis
knows, that he has proved h'mself a , siont-r'- fees SJ
. , ,,.. , . . a. . ...
true friend to Wichita, and it ii neither
wisdom or policv toubnso or condemn
a friend without even so nu'ch as a
fact in the indictment. It vas only ,
four weeks ago that he wai in this
countv, at which time he ws waited
upon by a large number oC settlers
with complaints that certainujings of
the secretary of the interior .verc bur
densome and unjust. Iiiste:! of com
pleting the canvass that he had marked
out. he dropped everything md start-
cd to Washington, and Within ten
davs both rulings were' chau-'ed
,.,, , ., , . . ' .
through his pcrsoii.il endeavor-, and
both rulings have already been pub-
lished in the Wichita E.uj.ii withiu
two weeks. '
Xow if Mr. Pomeroy is not to be our
next U. S. senator, all right, and we
will say amen to the action of our leg
islature if he is not chosen, but our
voice shall be raised against every ef- '
fort to denounce him without speciti- j
cations, so long, at least, as he is doing
all in his power to serve th6 people of
the Southwest, the settlers, and the
city of Wichita, without regard to '
party, and without ever asking their '
vote in return. Marston, the poet, was
right when he said that " lie that tloeth !
public good for multitudes finds few I
"Ingratitude is a monster '
To tie strangled in the birth, not cherished." !
Conv-eMiuUntt or.ln- i.a.i.r.
rEOM WEST WICHITA.
Editor Kagi.i:: Quite
change has been made in our bury
since last you heard from your semi-
occasional correspondeifl. 1 don't wish
you to imagine that nothing occurs
worthy of note because no report is
made, for everything has been very
lively here for several weeks past. The
streets are almost daily lined with
(cams, both local aud emigrant, and
every one seems to feel that we are
bound to become a town.
One of the most important items of
news, is in regard to our school. A new
district has been formed, including
eight sections of land aud the town
site. Ilonds have been voted aud the
building is nearly completed. Mr.
Geo. Warden is the contractor, and as
he has had a good experience in the
business, the work will be done in a
thorough and workmanlike manner.
The building is located jirt south of
town, in as central a location as the
convenience of all would permit.
School will commence about the 1st
Xext in order of improvements is the
grading of the low place between the
bank east of Walker's liverx' stable and
the bridire. This work is being can ied
on under the superintendence of Mr. j in the credit of the Mobile railroad.
Stanton, road overseer in this district, "e wishes this denial made in the most
The grading is tiftv feet wide, and two comprrtieiiMvc -cii-e. and nl the aine
p. e . ... time so as to meet cverv detail of tin
ted high, and is to be covered with CandaIous charge. He never owned
hard dirt mx inches deep. This is an anj stock nor had an interest of any
improvement which has long been kind in it. Gen. Garfield, who hasju'-'t
needed, and which all will yric when ' nduined from the Indian terntorv has
' , , , . . ' to-dav had the first opportunity of see-
done. Even those who complain of J ; UlB charge connecting hi- name
injustice in being warned out to tcorA- i with receiving -hare- of the credit of
will be consoled when the fall rains j the .Mobile railroad from Oakes Ames.
come, in that their work was in the , ''' ".' " -tatemciit that he
' I never subscribed for a single share of
right place. j tia( stock, and that he never received
Mr. F. A. Hodge, after culargingaud or saw a share of it.
otherwise improving hi- feed stable.
has sold it to the Jack-on Ilro-., who ; The State Fair,
intend running it in the ilio-t approved Topkka. Sept. 16. The tate fair
stvle. The liverv billables? seems to opened here to-dav under very favora
be" vcrv good here now. a there arc , ble au-piccs. The weather i- all that
5 . . . cmilfl he ri pat rod. with vcrv irooii nros-
inrce. an tiomg a goou ousiue-, :
.. ii i - .1 i - nnii
anticipate a larger amount a-soon a it
is colder weather. Intact, the river
beingoii a high so long, ha- greatly
I l,rtia,t.4.,,l aT.lt . . ra.Jat aitf..
'; -- ..., v......
amllt hna 0"e ,k"0U" ,hat f "
terms can he had here a-am where, in
l ne ueuer cias? oi people rejoice n. jj., witj, u,t. products orortThwest
greatly over thq closing of t)iat den of cm Katisas and the Arkansas vallej.
infamy and vice, which tliat moti-ter
in hiimau form rtiu for a slujrt time in
our midst. W-e only hope his rcwaml
m.ty be as he deserve.
Mr. J. C. Walker has a bnildint: to
rent to some one w ho Mill open a first- operation- are delayed by ho-tile Indi
cia hotel. There area large number an. Lieut. Diu iddie, 2d I. S. cav-nrt.ni-..nii
win i tii.itptlifirli.-idnii.nr. a!r. in charge of the ecort arrom-
v. ....... ,
ters here, aud we arc coutiient tin; right
man would make Mich abusiues profit
j A large amount of hay i being put
up in tlii vicinity, and many are pre-
l':" '"e-.1" "'Illra'1-' " . ,TOJ "'. p
ucei. raniirr are soiu "ta r'11 h
.,!. nf tl-l.a.t f.lllv sfi.t.c.l till.
wjjj be a good heat grow ing country,
rolitical fever doe
not run verj-
high, a all. or nearly all. are true re-
publtcatis. -atihetl with Cirant pat
n-coni and uillimr to trust him anoth-
. , J. , .-...
II LIF1I. (1IM. .1 I...... . a, - a. .Mill ........
. 1- . .- .
r inrtii. 1 ni strnataaij are iasi rt?iiini-
t.irr .itiavillinie to etil ernie ivlif.li tliprjs
is enough ami to spare that U better,
back in the republican rank-. .eit
Proceedings of the Board of County !
Cocxtt Clebk's OrncE, Sept. 9, 1372.
September 9. Board convened at
7 1-2 o'clock p. m.
Present Sol. H. Kohn and II. Rein
low. Absent R. A. Xeclev.
r ;,...,.?,. ..,.:.:.... c..i. ..,. f- Ct
mst u'jc.ita wa granted, $150 per
annum, pre-paid quarterly.
The following bills were then al-
" A' B' KIIU' vP,n wun,3r pa" m
pel.. ....... . . .-iw
Jno. A. Sroufe. platting anil suncy
.Mi, . mt..u xi-ivin.. r.,.,i
' Alex. McWilluiu, iening roail and
,r. P. Haren, examinlm: teachers
William Pray, S days sen ice road
,,,, Measln-r", sheriff en ices' and
S. C. loii!ion. balance due. on Julv
S. C. alolin-on, two months' house
rMit, (credit til)
Chao. II. Bush, clerk of flection
Mrs. McAdunis two months' rent
county poor house . 00
t . s.ciiuiini r, coiiniv clerk's sen ices
and. leputj's two months .
Dr. H. Unvns. surgeons st-nice
Lewi Scott, judge of election
taiii'l Ih-wortli, book-for rcsi-ter 40 03
J.a tJa l 1111.1.11, Cailll 1UI SIir.JI.aU-
II. Holte, cothus, bedsteads aud mat-
ress to countv . .
Black ii Nixon, groceries and rois
ions . .... 18 02
W. M. Ulajre. clerk of election . 2 00
Chas. W. Hill, jdass for poor liou-e 1 00
W. C. Little, county superintendent's
sen ice . 102 70
L. Burnell, chain carrier 2 00
3Irs. P. 3Ic(5ontlI, keeping poor
lioiie .... . . 09 TO
Sol. II. Ivolin x Bro., merchandise to
i county iwiipers 1 18 3T
) J.a .Waal.., ju-llvl. .V.O H.-
, Tia,u'-; cjsc
. '- H- ltoarkt'j justice's fees Tom
W. 11. Koarke, justice's fee
by . ...
John Hattielil, sen ices to insane per
son . . ..
11. C. Sliiss, county attornej's salary, 4.10 00
C. Pittmaii, witness' fees and sen iti;s
L-aseiiisant-person. . . 0 00
Drain-shop petition of Hattie Morri-,
Wichita township, was granted at .$300
per annum, pre-paid quarterly.
(J. Hcdderson, Jacob Sievcr "and Hor-
race Carpenter, were appointed ap
( praiscrs of school section 86, town -JG
j south, range i! west,
.l'ttin i"i' change of voting pre-
1 cinct m Ainneha town-lup was grant-
wl ,0 b(J ,.,,, .... tJ(J hoHse ofri.(.tel.
I Buck, center of township.
Petition for an election to raise
I funds to build a court house, after a
length v debate, was tabled.
Petition for a new township, to be
called " Laura'' township, was re
jected. Plat and field notes of the road com
mencing at the Arkansas river, section
'24, township '2'J. range 1 east, and run
ning through El Paso, was aciepted,
same to be recorded.
Petition for the formation of a new
township, to be called "Greeley" town
ship, was granted, as follows: All of
tow nship '2.", range 8 west, south and
west of the Arkansas river, and all of
township '2.5, range 3 and 4 west.
The following changes were then
made by the commissioners :
That portion of Delano township
situated in '2t5, range 1 west, was at
tached to Eagle township, and that
portion of Wichita township that lies
between the two rivers, in township
2(5, was attached to Park township.
''lie municipal, lurro-nips ut i- nr,
Kechi, N.uueha'Wicl.ita, Delano ami
Sand, constitute the second commis
sioner's district. All north aud west
of said townships constitute the lirst
I commissioner's district, and all south
the above named townships the third
The following taxes were levied :
For defiaing current expenses of
the county . s?10,r08.00
For outstanding orders, indebted-
edness, etc .... 15.0O0.no
Interest on countv bonds iued l'iOO.OO
Interest ou K. It. honds .. .. D.OOO.OO
Total .imouut to be rai-ed . . ?:!2,O08.00
On motion, a tax of I per cent, was
levied on all taxable property, which
was unaniinoitslv carried.
On motion of Mr. Hemlow, the coun
ty printing was awarded to the Wich
ita EaVCi.K. the same to be placed on
the journal as matter of record.
Hill of C'allen. Moore & Co. was re
ferred to overseer of poor for endorse
ment. Xo more buiness being before the
meeting the board adjourned until
their next regular term, first Monday
in October. " Fkkii. Sciiattskk,
.St. Louis, Sept. 16. The Democrat's
Washington special says Henry Wilson
arrived here this morning. He au
thorizes your correspondent to make
the most "positive denial of the charge
so nidch circulated ot late that he re
ceived from Oakes A rue an interest
,- .. 'PI' Ta l.a. , '
. . .."
,r .- -.,t, .."-so. There ha- been
over '2,000 entries made, the uaj has
been -pent in completing the. arrange-
inent-and getting things in order, aim
vn ii ii re na- uuvii u iiit: miuiuui n
- ,e oi the IL TIie cflllte,t of
f" .bctweni 3Iiori anil Ka,,-a-
iiroini-es to lie von spirited, as there
s n.inarEal)u ficMsPlay from both
?t3tc. 0, M kilI(la. 0ne fcattire of the
fair is the booth of the A., I.its. t.
News From the Explorers.
Washington. Sept. 16. Private ad-
' vice received from member of Lieut.
WhcHer"- exploring party, dated Fil-
more, ftali. .Sf tit. S. Mat that their
pan) itig the party, had an engagement
with the ludnn-'on the 1-t itiM-. urar
Heaver, in which nine Indian- were
killed and manv wounded. On r-aeh-
;ngDe-er.t ('it v. a town of aliout HO j
hotisC. on the 2d inU the found that
tilnpp l,..,.rMl l.v tli(-iiilml.it.irits. t!l(v-
living fled with their live -lock to rc-
- ..-- '- --- -.. t .'
- '.-.-.-. -T-l , ....!.
return to Salt i.ake Citv, and will not .
0 further south at pre-nt.
John B. Henderson. I
c? t ... ir-... -- i. .r .......,..
r. j.uli.cc . id. iijbuiiuui.-.
wl tivlav that "3C -riiator 'ohti H. Hen-
deryoii lia-accepted the nominal ion by
the repnbliraii Hate convention tor
overnor of thi- -tate. and that he will
take the -tump iu a few dav
CHICAGO HARDWARE STORE
W. D. RUSSELL.
CIIAKTER OAK STOVES,
IMPROVED AMRICAX STOVES.
S3"A large Tin Shop attached to thi- Hardware
TIXWARE MADE TO ORDER.
7i)i Ilot done Xeat!y and at the Loicai Figure.
Xsiil.S IIon: .SIkkh, Horse Xaili, and all kituW
of Ilulliliug Materijli constantly on h mil.
WE DE.VI. OS THE SQUAItK AND SEI.I.
AT THE IIOrrOM FIOUKE.
rkawgilc Ui.l call liefore hujlnget-iewlicrr.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, K5.
A. WIESA1TO it CO., Proprietors.
Ilovnifr opened a Itrewerj- In Wichita we are
prepared to Mipply the city and country trade
with the be.t AlV .ii,.t iteer. on short notice aImi
llottled Iki raul .lc for family ue.
UEEll DEPOT. XO. 20 MA IX ST.,
d.Vlo a line Hock ot Tobacco and Cisar-t
constantly on hand. aulily
SODA WATER FACTORY!
HARRIS & GO.
Are in full blAt, making noothinir berenife for
the thirtj public, and are prepared to nupply the
country for Hlly nille around.
AVat'oni will rnn regular once a week to l.ldo
rado, Au;ruitaand Winflcfil; aleo to IWIle I'laln,
Wellington and Oxford.
Order punctually attended to. Lock ICoi.'..
I take thi mean to Inform my old patron and
friend of Central, :south-rn and outhireMern
Kansas that are Mill on the "r path" and
are prepare-i to furnish any and eTery thin;r in
our inn a cbrap a the cheest Uur Mock i
And warranted an ?ond tw In in the market. 1
I hae recentlj b-iujrhtout
j TWO Xl'HSKIHEP.
i Jn the ticinibj of Topeka,
Which dd ranch to my facllitlr In making up
Are ackmiwledl li Le the l-t In the itair
It l; Newton, J " Abtyatt, James mufUr
and J I. Oark, trrnerl can r as. In ccti for
Sxnthw Mtrni K"ns.
i:i.FS.KK-NC-The hundreil who bare bonxat
of u in sajgn-jeit and adjoining CMictie
D. U. KILBOUUX, I'rop.
Corner Kantas Are. and Ilailroad St.,
3IcMF.KKtS 4 SOX, I'n.p
XOISTH TOI'EKA, KAXSA.S.
CJ-Ftw Da to and from ttxr City -C3
"W. C- W.KST,
CONTIIACTQH AXI) IIUILDEK!
X3T ORDERS SOLIC1TEIKJEX
Maaa'n Hantn arr --t.Te
Kcum ef CcpartrsssHj.
Ir II Owen and 1" A Medlis klex tfel
day eored bsto eojkartienhJp fr the peueral
pria-tire of raedlciav-3-r tbejr proJ'es.looiJ jt-tici-
IO the i-oj4 at Wichita at tiaUBlSy
S'.rieS atlestiMi to brl6 J ehxrrr rrva
He Offir.e mi Her obt iJaod, ooe Vrr a-xith f
llraeu Urar -fere, Xala rtn-et. wcji
Ts- . -
AH work da la the beet tsaaser an4 tite
ti& enaratitet, I.ere pVn at the oftre f
-fe-!e A -tnto. II lJ J KKlfrJo
WICHITA SAVINGS BANK!
Fre.sii.rnt, A. M. CLAUK, or Clark A Co., Leat
Mortii, Vice Preside..!, OL. II. KOH.V, of Wichita,
C4bier, A. A. HYDE, formerly with Clark & Co.
Organized Under the Jmic o the State.
DO A GENEUAL I..VNKIXC, COl.I.ECT
IX(J and IHlOUEttAGE UUsIXS.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold.
Manufacturer uf anil dealer iu all kinil of
Parlor, Chamher, Dwelling and Kitchen
A Full Line of Undertaker's Goods.
lmUrt.ikin done on abort notici- nud Iu Ihe itioi-l
.MATTUE.s5iy, CAIU'CTS, CURTAINS, Etc.
64: 3r-A.I3ST STEEET,
Denier in till Hie Litest stj ha itf
1MCIUKE EKA.Mi: .MOULDINGS.
XST-I''! tyt c 'Ctrl made to crdtr.JgX
rxni.ltl VKINT. in all It brniiche.i Colllii.
(.fu-t.iuth on lund.
Thosi-doKlriiinof ptirrlu-iii slifiuld tall nml
examine Hie larp--t Moik iu tfoutli. rn Khiimis
Ami tiling not kept there can be rent from mj To
p k'a huuitta Itrtiit tuber the pi jce.
Corner Douglas Avenue aud Jfitm St.
REESE & SAWYER,
Carpenters, Designers and Builders,
Vo 13 M-Un Street, ucnr corner Douglas .tr
.VII work executed inthetnoi-tduntble and mod
cm tIe , and wurranti d to fcie ftativfartfnn
l'laiis and i-i-ecitlc-itlotn furiiUlieil .lobbttiKof
.ill kimii! done to order mr:il-ly
! J-. X. T-T A T. Tl 5
, .... . ", t.r" , , . i i i
I't'itcttcal Watchmaker and .fcirdn:
' No OO Mnln Stn-ft,
Would respvctfull) infonn the rillenp-of Wichita
j and MirroitndiiiK coiintrj that he lut loratril here,
' whee he !) prepared to do all work in hi line
' '-h reatnc- and dlpatcb Wutrhe, lorkand
Jtwelrj neatlj and promptly repalr-il and war-
rauteil 'M,hm1 Vtork," "square Work," lhl
motto filre him a call Je"-ly
Oppotitt Ifovylm .irenue Itiute,
WICHITA, .... KANSAS.
COliDKlHO A CO., Proprietor,.
X?"ThI) I n Hr-"t-claii ho"le. and eople llt
Injf Wichita will llml it to their Interest to pit e
them a call I.f
I now opn to th puhlifj and ftttd up I th
Ittt't a ft? pvjst irnjtrvrt'l tfylf
i jrmiiir 7I ill"" uiuri lib (tiwt 1 1 - !
......t. ..rik- .liru .. .. .4-iiti , ..r
Imported and Domestic Liquor:
Stay Ik obtained at all time at market wtalln
IH.Ut: LICK W'ATEKON DIt A UGH T.
nr.NKittf. nri-OT ron
Jtraudon l Kirmryrr' celebrated
ALES AXIJ rOHTKI!.
sciiA'rr.vKu k bIioiit.
! Tltird Street, Xmr Jiiupiff; ffunse,
) "WXC.ECZT.A., 2LA.2Sr.
! ZA27SAS S7A7Z 2T022OL SCEML
' M' U jJHIOUT FBEB. i
USE OF TEXT BOOKS FREE.
Tie- fall term of O.W lJtJJ,l "fit "ftm
ter lllb. and cto-e lUeemhr X'itx 'issVsats
rttte-rinx f"t Vtw firt tuw are l b yrrt& fur r.
K-irdiar is ytUU fa.tut)e J O. tr
-k; iorjutrt il tiK.;S.. '
In witlltlr, tn ttte OJaal Inurb, h-bI(., j
drarlD( ad toel aae. r taoxW. ai TIUBt
Kit bvylrti t!ar -eyi of b-ka will fc I
AA& . ,1. hl..Hr rfc.1. '.It .fc.t . ...K MT.2M
.a... a., .a;. ..anau. .. ..... -. --T -
atn be epeorll la carat4M tar Var yUf it
vein (Sfwrf meat
ti-tir Ow eta nt Uve Jr ft rpci a4
caramel t-tt ttr-mr b-40I4U will tm ziaAj Urr vc
perM wlsfclnx feller sjurftkm,
totrs. "will 4trr-,
ueen-sm M:triK.vT. && w" noi
Who Wants a Home?
Jwnn K XaJ wftt it two haaelrrd lure rn
loVesarv V, ta tirlV jiarl f tte 4rj, ai !(,
l frtla wtfl i!VJ - ti-rsv f" - f
Treasurer's Sale of School Lands.
Node U Iwrrby (tiren that the unterl)rnet,
TrvasurerofSfdjwick county. tte uf Kama.-,
will, on thvXth lv of Jirii.rn.brr, A l. lsTi.
tHtteenUiehuunof!o'clicka ni ami 4 o'clock
p. m . sell at public 6le, at niy iaicr, wttMn the
ctlv of W Ichita, Sedgwick county, Uletif Kan
tsti, the folloniot;lecribeUhool laiuU in lefral
ubiiTi;ion, Diluated In the county ur.se.Uw ick.
aud state of Kn3s. to-w it.
lecrlptiu App. Val.
Xc ' Of the lie ' ec 16, tp 35, r2 wt, 4 t
Nworihene ' rcl, tpi.,r2 wvl. t t
e 4 or the ne. rc lt. tp . r 2 west, 4 w
3w of the ue J, m-c lti, l sd. r i wet, 4
Xe ofthr uw J mo lb. tpStt, riwwl, 4
Xw ofthenwiiieclt.. tpus, riwe.t. IW
fe ' of the uw cc 16. tp ai. r 2 went, 4 IM
w'41orthenw,isecti.,tpSil.r2 wet, 4 tc
Xe ' or the se t-ec is. tp , r3 west. 4 U
Nw '4 oftheiw '4 sec IS, Ipi, riwift, 4 IO
e of the e sec 16. tp JB. r S est, 4 )
' of the e !ec 10, tp Sb. ri West, 4 l
Xe orthesw ! see 16, tp. ri ri-rt, 4 0
li ! of tiie w I, m-c II., tp SB, Tt ei, 4 Ml
? 4 of the. b J trt 16, tp V. r 3 we-, 4 l
: t ofthe rc lb, tp iti, r a nt. 4 Ul
I'jsjn the terms ml romUtinns prr-crilTtl by the
ex ueral tatutr of the stair of Kansai,
. C Jolt.Nsi, Trrnv-urer.
WichlU, Kan , Au? 2Mh, liTi. -.'1-H
District court la:.. Judicial ilutriW, oluick
Mark. U Ithivw
lly virtue of an evecullon lslie.t out of Ilir .lis
Irict court of the Mthjuilicial ili-trict, jitllnjc in
anil fur Xscvick rotlnt), Kan. as, wheltin
ll.ouiu Koval Is i.Lilntiit. aiut .VHrks Withmw
lelrnlaut,I will, oa JtmiiUi, the 7th day of
October, A 1) ltT2, at 11 n'clock a m. , at Ihn
court bouse iloor In Wichita, oiler for Mle at
public auction, to the hishert blibler. for civh lit
hauil, all the riht. title ami iutrrrst of the te
fru.lnut, Marko VVithnm . in ami tu the follow
ing ilescrilwtt real t -Ute pruH rtj . to-w It
I he outlifat ipiarter ol eetiou ilv ('), tonii
ipSH, raii(r Srast
alil rt al estate pro. m Is levl,,l upon n lint
roieriy of UfriiiUiit. Mark V ill.rou , ami will
Im- sold "to tiU :llil rii..ua- l,'oal
birilTolUce, at Wichita. s,.',(rmlH r 4th, A.
ii i--.z- joii.n MKviiiiKi:.
sheriff .sedgnlck Count). Kauts.
ii-U t'r'n fee 87
V ! Ia.iI OlIIFK.
Whhih, KaiiMU, -, pt lti. l-Ci. (
(ompllint harlin: Ihhii entitid at thN oitice ly
W llllain Hopkins asain.t T - M.irpin Tor !-Tvr-e
O-mjjj tlllos No l.Ssl, datcsl AUjru.t II,
1K7I. niwti the northea.t i(tinrter yf sertlou ,
town-hip 21, rntiu-e 1 ea.t, in fedirvtlrk eniintx,
Kansaw, with a le to the cancellation of r-..t
tiling, the said ..artie are l.enbi summoned to
appear at till- oltlie on tho iuth la of tb'tolier,
Itili, at 9 o'clock a iu , to respond and flirnltU
Uatlinou) coiueinlnp said alleired tllim;
J l- l:i:HKli:i.l), Itecelter Ul-4t
I' Iu-i Orili r,
Wii-iht, Kaina-i, srpt d, lt'ir j
toiiiplaiiit having Ix'i II uteml at Ihisolliee by
Kitw aril II. Nugent uRjint .Merbbm Town lolli
pin) and W. ( ,stikel) lor udere ll.ace lllhij:.
No. 3iV and t.Vtl, dated Nor V, Kl.ttod .-ept.
t, fli, iim tiie uurttieaM ouarter of -e-tionii,
touiuhipX: south, miie I west, In Milli
ner county. Kan-jn. with a iev to the can
reltatioii of jalt tlllnjr. the i-ald partita art
hereby euiumoueil to appiar at Ihla ottire on tliu
l7llidayor Oct , i-i, at 'JoMi.ck t x , In re
eiond and fWrmili tretiiiiouy coticiruiiiK nalil al
W - JIAKIN:?, KryUtT
.1 ( UcbrlLLIl, IteCeivcf i!-tt
k". H Uxti Oltll I. 1
AViLltir, Kansas, -rpt II, t'1.
CoiuMjIiiI haYltUjr been entered at IhUailVrr by
.-ntiiuil Miiptcji utfalnut Jalnea Itoriln lor
adterse Os e tiling No tJ, dateil .March !.
lnTJ. upon the iuuthea.t 'iiiiitT of M-ctloit
t, toMu.-lilp '.T -Miutli, range t rl, in Sail.-.
wick count j, kaii1, nlth n le to lhr can.
cellatloii ofsaild eulr) . the Mid paill. are lia-rrl.i
tiniiuoneil to appear at IblolUeeotitlieUI da of
(Htober, IrtJ, at! o'clock a lit , to teiiud and
lilrnt-li letatiiuoni touceriiiiiK lajld alleged tiling.
W .IKNMN-, IteifMer.
.1 C IJI'.IIUKI.I), Itecelver Sl-.t
I -i l.l (liflfr, (
WtitnTV, KaniiK, us ti, IpTi
t onipl nut hm Inir been entered at thikolU.e b
Allen Maltox ntfatn-t .-jinnel Mnltli, for hImii.
doiiiiiK pre-emption tiling No linl, iHh it Maieli
I, liC,, upon th Mirth half ofnoillmet .puller
of nertiou X-, l.iHli-tilp 1 .Hitith, ranje I we. I,
in llnrvej count). Knna, llba xlew lotberao.
cellttiou ofaild llllli. tli" Mid parties a re he teb)
nitiuinonrd In appear at tbto oiUcc on the t da
or st, , l-i;.', at 10 o'lbxk a M , to le.Mid
ai.d toinl-li testimony mnccruinx i''l hIIpiimI
iibiinioiimeiit " JI.M.INH, ItittUler. .,
.1 I. I! 1.1 II-1 I.I.I I, l.rietrrr ?l-M
V 1 I.t
1 I.M linn ,
Wn mri. Knlm.t. Mu ."'. I 7a!
t'otunbiiut harliii been niternl at llnoilie by
l'arla O aldwrli against taltlu llenuitt fur
lib UKlnlillifC Ida ti.ilnts-ti ad elifr) .No. ill. I.
dated leb II, l-Ti. iioii lli norlliet iptar
ter of ncifii'ti 10. ,toMiiblp '.(I aoutb, nuiir"
J neat. In Mcltnrsoh County, lnu.n-, iltr
a Men to tin- iMinri Hat Ion ot al( mlrj,
the Faid parties are li.riliv nininiioiieil to appear
lit thisotllre on the Stli ibij olioiolier, IxTat, at In
'i Iih kit in . ! reNmi urn) fiinil.il liwlioioii)
couceiulny eaid alleril atiaiitonuietit
W nMhNklNM, IteKUter.
.1 l: liMU-ll'Ml, iteeelfer ti'U
P s l..r Orntr,
WicillTt. haiiMia, iil 1, ItCi
omplaint liattnjf lieen enlere at IhUottlre liy
( I i..UUnl etaMliut Martin h Itoehelle r..r
abandoning bin home. lead entry So Ifi, dateil
Ma) 2.1, lr7i, llill the eollthMe.t ipiartel
of m Hon M, toHlisblp .t eoiittf, luK' t"l,
In .S'-iljruIck loiiiitt, han.iM, villti a tl.w to
the r-ini'i lliitlfin of iuM tlllny. the ald partlea
are b reby nuiuiiMiiied to apiarat thlaoitMM on
on the llth day of October, Kt, at Io o'rlork
u , to rr-oinl and furuUb Ii.IImh.ii) KuiirjrrnluK
t.itld alleyeil abaudoiimeiit
W a .ll-.NhlN-, i:eltr.
.r t iti:i)Kli:i.li, Itecelrer t
P l.ii iltmir, i
U'll IIIT, K.l!lK, .U 311, Kt j
foinplalnt batliiK lieen enternl at tlila oltlee by
T K AXtell aalll"! (mi l -lliineli and John
Ilori'e) tor nhawloiiliiaC their tiom-teait rntil.N
V. If Is bo. I ll'J, dated .till): tt. Kl, iisin the
iiiat haltof the o..tliwi-t ipiaiter and nest half
of the iiorthKr.t ipmrter of M-ctlou Hi, towu.bip
ai-aoiilli. range 5! mI, tnf-eiliiwkk rountr. Kan
ha, with a view to the cancellation of id ,.
trlen, tile Raid rtiea are bely lltlilnaitiil Io
amwar at t.ila ollii on the nth day of llelobrr.
Is..1, at U o'clock a ni , to n.-.o t and tliml!i
t.nttiiHiny roiii ernlntf tvald ulifte-'d abandonifietil
V f. .IK.Nkl.N-, Itejtl.ter
.1 ( ItKHKIKt.O, Iterelter .K-tt
t' H Itiw OrniK, J
Wlf lltrt, Kan.a, Am , liTZ
t.illlplalnt hariliir been eutrred t till, oflire by
O.L'rt Mllt Kslivt Jacob A Me llli-ter for
abandoning Osye Qliujc No ,'.l.ni, dated Ma; ft.
I"1., Uin the viiitbvir.t ipiarter of ..rtl.m II,
totnlllp 2 eolllh, rabye 1 et, III td-
Ick eortnty. Ivmi.a., nlth rle-i l lb ran
rellatiou Of al't fllllof. Ibeealil N.r1le are hereby
miiiiiiemnl toa i-earat thl offlrr on the fh day
of Ortad-cr. I-C.?. at S.i'eloeli , to ii.i.mmI
and rurnUli feilitix.ny nonrenilnir ld ailetfe.!
abaiulonlnent W M JI.NKINX, Itri.ter.
J lO.llHI.I.U, lt.eel.er Ul
t i 1.4 t Drill n,
till i!J4. Kinuu, ng tt, Kt (
yilllplallit liallliaf t-.en elal-I'd at IbU ollt'e br
Ii I artlon "lalli.I I K W -el awl IVrtuafl
Sa-hl.l for abaieloiiiiiir Ot-i t!llr. .N.-. HUt a.
SO, UtI .ug Z, Kt. and May , ); o-m
the MaOtliea 'llrler of eellofs II, loMuafilp ft
moth, range i al( )u -t'l?" Ir k county . Kao.
eaai, nlttia r lew f. the rancettatlon of l. n-ti-y,
th- Mtbl partiee are ber-'by tnmtie.wl l ap
pear l thl oiue.. m th-b day nf -iiinb.r,
I'd. at Mtt'clork r , to respond ami furoi.li
te'tituony fourrnilt if Mlt atletd ti.ti.iiiiBt.
V. P Jj'.NkiS-. lUlfl.ler,
J " UKIiriri.If. Iteener xt-
p r.4u oru,K. i
WitriT4, Ka, An 2T. 1T J
fVmiplaint harlii b.n etvt-rel at Ibia offil. by
tpben II1etter acalmt Wl!r llarit tr
abawb-ninr hie Iwina-.travt ntry X IJI, ild
NT aW. Il. p ittf tjuartrr of eerliMi
tS, Innhip3lnfh, rauye i .t. la atnU-olrk
atuatj . kariatata., ith a t ir to 'tr ejutoUtl'-
of aMiid entry, tbr 4il jwrtie art hereby Mint.
"- '- riat l thU oKr on tk ji iy f
October. Kt, at V''cbrfk m .Utuicrif'
fitrnUt; ltUrmty cwte-rottif lf all-ij ab,
lii-orrvtit W JJkklXf". Ilr
4 t I.Mm:Ui. itftit W-
Sutler U lrb)r gt to K th rrelltr mv ih
! Ir.lret)1et la UfrUsJin hi ll'1 t IrUH,
tt "iun. that Seal efUmlt lA trenvKX
ataifo! etat ltj tmttXm hj tb. jiai,
wrt i nr irUirr Mw let tay f I ilWe, t-Cy
l'artie karis riaim afain4 aaid 1M M
aeat tla' ean iff il)wtiit (m1 final trttU Mat
tfr that date "T I tueritr barre"!
i, II Mnil. AUJalR-raV.r,
I'.y J UcCaUutt., h' tfUrtiff
OOTS AND SHOE.
FASHIOSAELE BWT A'D SHOE MAIEE.
Mtiefxtref f HlkA. U
BOOTS AND SHOES i
t tr .T ot'. r tut ia.t
Fine W'urk tad livi i'rtcc wy wf.
Xti -mari. wai-rMiled o "aiUhrflu -r art.
Je Krirwz A-ati ftr J ptay.
r Jt.'l eil ef tlf Et"i Xlttl fUi,