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WICHITA. TIUI!MAY. OCT. 2).
ScpaoHcan State Ticket
Ml.l I.U1I UNOIC
THOMAS A. OSISOI..V,
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" Kill S ISCTAItV ' i-tatf:
I Ott Al'IUTOR OF fTATI..
1). AV. WILDER,
I Oil Till. L'llt.K UK hTATh.
-. SAMUEL LAl'I'IX,
I OK ATTCIIlNhV I.LM 1HI.
A. M. V. RAXDOLIMI,
loitsi'rmvTKMikVTor rcnuc inti:i ninv:
ioit tcici ite jr-Tirr; ornn:rt cot i:t:
roil chmjiu.ssmo. .'inl District.
W. R. IIROWX,
rem m.natoi: Mil llistrirt
II. C. St. CLAIR,
Dr. Allen's Record.
Tholr Political Status.
'Without regajd to a-t party aflili-
It is a significant fact that all I lie re-1 Willi a delight that is almost fiendish
publican lawyers of this city, hovvewr ami a hati-i-d that they vainly endeav- ' :itiim r piincipli--." i'iu Imgns con
Mrongly siiiie l" tlirni may' have up- or to ciun-i-.tl.lliu piebald yelperx are vi-ntiou declaii-- that ii nunc-- to the
posed the noiiiiu Uiuii of W. IS. Stan- i nightly -all iujr, forth into the countv, I work of purilieaiiuii. That's high
ley, are now not only heartily m favor! their leather cheeks bedewed with
of his election, but faithfully working j crocodile tear, and their bowel ot
to that end. Those lawyers who' are , companion knotted pj like the bellv
opposing him arc not republican and I of a -kiui-milk calf, bemoaning the sad
Bowdy Joo Murdered.
have not Mipported the republican
party .-'nice the.r resilience here, what
ever their profcx-inu may be. II there
is a republican Iawver in the county
opposing the election of Stanley wc
would like to have him pointed out.
Let us give the boy a rousing majoiity
for the honorable and honest manner
he obtained the nomination, and for
the gentlemanly way in which he has
conducted his canvas.
Tho Reform Convention.
ion i:!.I'1ckm:ntatiti: :
E. 15. ALL EX,
of Wii-liita Tow usbip.
FOl: CI.KKK OK ll!TlilCT COUI5TI
C. W. REEVES,
tor. I'KonvTi: .iuikik:
W. 0. LITTLE,
mi: countv !ui'i:iiinti:mirnt:
.1. L.ZI.M ME R.MAX,
roi: county atioknky :
W. E. STANLEY,
With the bold faced trickery that
chat actericd the making up and run
ning of the mixed convention, the
manner the delegatus were picked up
upon the streets to lepiesent several
townships together with the tact that
manv townhips were not represented
at all, we laniiol ce how the lione.-l
ileuiocrat'. ot fceilgwick county can
vote for its nominee-. It is an undis
puted fact that many of the townships
in the county never held a primary
election for nor -cut a delegate to that
reform convention, while Wichita had
sixteen delegate upon the lloor and
the Mate of Illinois four votes. If
that convention was a specimen of
legitimate leform we want but little,
for a little would go :i great wav.
Tho Pooplo Understand It.
The people of the county pretty
generally under-taud the animus of
the fight that is being waged by a few
old, vet comparatively brieflless, law
yers against W. E. Stanley. The suc
cess and growing business of one so
young sets like gall upon their billions
stomachs, and to beat him and keep
him down and to vent their bitter
green 'plecn they go about making
night hideous with dolorous howls.
Such men talk of honesty and integri
ty. Great heavens! If the game was
worth the aii.uuition we could give
one or two of them a "iccord" shot
that would double them up like a pos
sum with the bellev ache.
Another One Spotted.
Of tho Republican Party of KansaB.
HtmlrtJ, That the powers of the general
KMiTiiincnt haling liecn stretched to :m mi-lu-althy
extent to inert the crn-iof chil war
and recoii-tiuctlnM. ihoulil now lie restored to
their norui-il' action; that the inhhe debt
should he reduced, not spasmodically, hut
gradually ami surely, and in a way that will
not burden the Industries of the country by
execssne exactions; that any and all schemes
ot taxation devised to meet the extraordinary
demand, should Im modilled according to the
dictates of the strictest principle of economy
and justice; thatolllclal prodigality, reckless
ness and corruption incident to times ot haste,
irregularity and ronwiMon, must gle place
to economy, stability and honesty, and Anally
that the only tet of political preferment
should he capacity and integrity in the dis
charge ot (ifllrl.il trust. That as the policy of
the republican party In n lation to the finances
lia ailorded the people not only a safe, sound
and popular currency of equal and uniform
wortii in cery portion of the commonwealth,
but has greatly Improved the credit of the
country at home and abroad : we point with
pride to its rrropl ami aroomplislinient In tins
regard, and ulillc reallirming the policy an
nounced by the party in national convention
in 1N13 and 1ST-, and triumphantly endorsed
liv the people at the poll-, n policy whiih
while contubiiting to the public credit, h is
also enhanced the individual and collective
prosperity of the American people, we favor
stall legislation as will make national banking
tree to all, under just and equal laws, based
upon the policy ol spnie resumption at such
time as is consistent with the material and In
dustrial interests of the country to the end
that the Miliiine of currency may be regulated
by the natural laws ot trade.
1,'moIrrJ, W'ldle all the ncrcs-ary wants of
the state government should be supplied by a
reaonab!e, just and uniform taxation, the'li
hor and product ion of the commonwealth
must not tie crippled by the cmplov incut and
maintenance ol loo many oilier holders; hence
It becomes the duty ol the legislature to les
sen the number of'ollleials. and make suih a
revision ol the laws of the state as io provide
for a more teonomic.nl ailiiunisiration of our
state anil county atlair We arc opposed to
all otliuat gratuities under the guise of an in
cieasc ot pav or alaiirs during olllcial terms.
EttohtJ, 'I hat the peril ol the government
lies not so nun h in high ambitions as in low
dishonesties, and the pressing duties ol the
day is to sieure honesty and purity in the
public sen ire. Wc commend the courage ot
the republican party in instituting investiga
tion ot corruption' in olllcc. p-iriug neither
tricuds nor foes, and ve dem tud such legisla
tion as nill bring to certain punishment any
olliier who being entrusted with the charge
of public fund-, appropriate the same for his
own use or fail to properly account for them.
Kuruczzlchicut is theft anil ought to lie pun
ished as such.
.VofiJ,Tli:il all the i.iilroad corporations
of the state are the creature of its legislature
audit is thedutv of that body to subject them
to such vviscanif impartial enactment as will
protect the people ot the state Iroiu extortion
and secure thrill transportation of product,
merchandise and passenger at reasonable
KrxAuJ. That a rcvi-io.i ol the patent law
of the United Mates I imperatively demand
ed so as to prcv cut a monopoly ol iisclul in
xentioiix, and at the same time give proper
encouragement ami I enumeration to inven
tor. Kftvht.1, That the present "pcaic polio "'
of dealing with the. Indians has failed to af
ford adequate protection to the frontier set
tlers, and mi mi! in favor of traiislerring.the
Indian bureau to the lontrol of the war de
partment. linvUtil, That wc commend the action of
conglcs in repealing the act Known a the
back pay law, and favor an amendment to the
national" constitution which shall loreverpns
liibit aiir congress fiom increasing its own
Jittolrttl. That tlriinkenne- I one of the
greatest curses of modern society, demoral
izing even thing it louche, imposing tearful
burden ol taxation upon the people, a fruit-
ill breeder of pauperism and crime, and a
worker of evil and only evil continually;
hence, we are in lav or "ol such legislation,
both general and local, a ex'pciience slnll
show to be most eliietual in destroying this
The opposition having failed bv
their personal abuse and vilu slander
to weaken Stanley's strength, but who
by their persistent lying will compel
many decent men of the opposition to
vote for him, are abandoning their
former line of policy and say he is ;i
railroad nun. Throughout the can
vass every speech made by Stanley has
hail tho right ring on tins' question.
Stanley never luid any connection with
railroads in any capacity, and while
county attorney will accept none.
Spot another lie and vote for Stanlcv
record made by Dr. Allen upon the
'mortgage exemption bill.' They
he.irlily w:!i it were otherwise but,
ala, the record cannot be expunged.
What ii pity('f) The crimes of munlcr1
and areu sink into utter iiihignificeiicc
when brought into the strong light of
comparison with that vote upon the
mortgage bill !
Sensible men ate getting tired of this
dimally prolonged whine. Dr. Allen
ha repetedly said that he feared the
law wa an improper one. and his vote
upon it a mistake, and that he was
glad it was repealed. The same law
is in force in several states, at this
time and why don't those wi-eacros
tell the people wherein it enforce
ment prove a burthen to the people
of California and Xevv York. We
should like to ask thec imaeulate
purifiers, if they are honet in their
protestations, why they don't tell of
other portions of Dr. Allen's tecord?
Why don't they tell the people of his
untiling efforts for the passage of a
bill distributing the railroad tax of
each county per rata among all the
school districts of tho county? Why
dout (hey mention his speech and vote
iu advocacy of the law which compels
railroads to pay full price for all stock
killed, with the cost of suit and a reas
onable attorney's fee? Why don't
they tell about his bill for the protec
tion of farmers hedges and crops
against theincurious of Texas cattle?
Surely ji mead of commendation was
earned by a winter's faithful work
and one mistake, if mistake it was,
should not consign a man to eternal
and irredeemable infamy. Xo, to do
the Doctor justice, or even half way ac
knowledge his merits, would in no
wise suit their selfish purposes. These
gentlemen are in favor of reform (?)
but only by such rules anil tluough
such persons as will forward their per
sonal schemes and selfish ends. Their
convention, their platform, tLeir
speeches and all their actions warrant
the assertion that their fight is not
one of the people, but of personal hat
red, not one for principle but for
Mayor Hope received a letter from
J. W. IJrockctt, now at Yankton, con
taining the information that Rowdy
Joe, alias Joseph Lowe, so well known
sotindiag, di-i tere-ted and patriot-' at Wichita, was with the parly which
ic. Let us scan the men whom they ( was en route for tho Black Hills, and ,,3gcof the Kagle with no signature, botb
navesei up io no sucu wouuer: ror which was attackeil uy Indians ami a ' replete with personal abuse, and gross iob
Represcntativc, W. T. Jcvvctt, a man i portion ol its number killed. The no-1 tions ot the truth, and were written by a man
For the Kicle.
Who is Sand Burr His Record.
To the editor of the Wirhita City Eagle.
The lat issue ot the K u;lk and taton con
tain two article ia regard to Mr. Jewell,
written by the same per.on. one signed "Sand
Burr,'' in the racon, the other on the first
For the Eacu.
A Blast From Union.
Mr. Editor. According to ap
pointment the representatives of the
celebrated reforn. party held a meet
ing at our school house, (Advance),
for the purpose of sowing the seed of
distrust in the minds of our vote'rs
against the old aud tried fbttt not
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who has never cat but one single oal- ; tortotts Rowdv Joe fell first mortallv ' "uo ,s 3n cncm i jir. jevvett s, aatmg tmn found wanting) republican nartv. It
lot in the county that any one knows wounded. We last week published an " ,K """- "' . tuaru.v uaiure.
of, aud that vote was for saddling rail- account of the attack, but the dispatch- 1 JZZ, " Z, E
es had his name John Lowe, instead of ( character in this cowardly attack of '-Sand
Joe. Thus this violent man met a vio- Burr's," and do o lor the purpose of showing
lent death. Several of hts.victiins arc the peroLal enmity of the author, andhisut
taking their last Ion;; sleep beneath , ler "regard lor the truth.
the prairie sod of this border. Andcr-' in uoi jir.Jewctt third advent upon
son, another, is here in Wichita, totally
road bonds upon Park township; heav
en only knows what his politics arc.
For county attorney, Geo. II. English,
an old time democrat, but who has
never cast a vote in the county. For
clerk of district court, M. A. Ralph,
who we believe was formerly a repub
lican. For probate judge, Cha. A.
Stafford, a lite long democrat. For
supcriutendaut of public instruction,
John Davis, an old democrat. The
nominee for coroner has been and is to
day a republican. Iu his own language,
he fought four years for the preserva
tion of the union, aud he couldn't train
with that crowd he neeeed no rclbi m
ing, so declined to be their stool pig
eon. Then we have, one w ithout poli
tics, one republican and three demo
crats, and that's latter day reform.
Shades of Rip Van Winkle, and sleepy
hollow, who ever heard tell of progress
Fraudulent tickets, headed "regular
republican" "independant reform," aud
so forth, which are straight republican
tickets with the exception ol two or
three pet candidates which have been
designedly interpolated are being scat
tered around over the county. Look
out for them. That no republican may
be misled we have printed several
thousand extra tickets, straight repub
lican from bottom to top, beaded with
a big eagle with folded wings. Any
voter getting possession of one of these
tickets may rest assured that the tick
et is composed of the regular republi
can nominee, county, district and
state, and it can't be counterfeited.
blind; Walter Recbe, who helped Lowe
to escape the officers of the law at this
place, is in the penitentiary, and
Josephine Demerit keeps Bccbe com
pany. What a list of crimes Joe has
gone to answer for.
Mayor Hope handed tts an account
of the attack clipped from a Yankton
paper, from which wc make the follow
''Of the Yankton companv. Lowe
was instantly killed three ' bullctts
piercing his body from a volley tired at
theteut ; Chas.'Allen was wounded in
the leg by an arrow; Raden wa3 shot
through the chest, probably fatally,
while Orton received a llesh wound in
the arm. The Indians then retreated
from the field, when the Yaiiktonians
put the body of Lowe, together with
the frontier. He was br.rn in Ohio, in the
yearlSS, lived there until 1SSS; moved to
Illinois in that year, and lived there until the
fall of 'TO, when he came to Kansas.
'ow, ilr. Jevvctt isnotan adventurer, and
when "Sand Burr" made that statement he
was cither mistaken or has told a falsehood,
and from an acquaintance with the man, we
believe his natural tendency toward the false
hood. He ha never been before any conven
tion, cither in l-.U own tovvnhip, county or
state, asking of them any favor of any nature
whatever. Sol. II. Ivolin informed me that he
had no recollection of Mr. Jcvvett's ever a-k-
ing him Tor any appointment of any kind, aad
if he was now called upon to take his oath in
regard to the matter he w ould o swear.
So the soft impeachment ot hi being an of
fice seeker, falls to the ground, and as a mat
ter of fact never had an existence, save in the
brain of "Sand Burr,"' whose bad digestion
causes him to dream facts which he thinks ac-
In all the canvass made by tho re
publican nominee of this countv no
hard names have been used, no piivate I
characters assailed, but upon the other
hand the personal character of every
nominee of the mongrel convention
has been lauded, even to that of Sand
Hill Davis. Tpoii the other hand,
some of the stumper on the other
side have denounced, abused and vili
fied the republican nominees for every
thing they could lay their tongues to.
A desperate cause makes dcperate
men. The people have heard both
sides aud will judge.
Accompanied by Col. St. Clair and
Captain ISooth, arrived in the city this
(Weieday) morning. The canvass
has nearly drawn to a close and Judge
Drown has 'met the people in every
county in his district and addressed
them upon the political issues of the
day. l)y his oj en manly style aud
honest maimer of handling all ques
tions he has made friends wherever he
has gone. His election is assured by
several thousand majority.
Judge Brown on Bailroads.
Ordinarily patties are held and ad
judged by their platform or declara
tion of principle. The mongrel plat
for of Sedgwick county was drafted by
a dyed in the wool democrat and con
tains but one 'nrgle idea, but one soli
tary sentiment: a denudation of the
republican partv bv hard names. "Re
publicans, thieves and corruption" is
the head, body and tail, the entirity of
that wonderful instrument. Upon the
other li'ind the republican platform is
an embodiment of living principles
taud vital issues. Read the two.
The reform menagerie showed at
Minncha school house one night last
week. It was- estimated in addition
to tho speakers, that there were pres
ent 2,000 persons, lacking 1,993, name
ly : Tom Smith, four other republi
cans, and two dog. The bob-tailed
dog tried to ascertain the material of
which a iclbrni speaker's leg was made
and got kicked for his impudence.
Xo other damage was done by the
speaker, Furley and Harris. With
tho exception of tho four republicans
and the bob-tailed dog, the meeting
was solid for the reform ticket.
The republican meeting held there
on Saturday was attended by fifty, and
with hardly an excepi.m wete for the
straight republican ticket. The meet
ing was addressed by Doc. Allen and
Unscrupulous men desiring the suc
cess of the piebald ticket more than
that of any principle, have been circu
lating the repnrt through the south
west that Judge Drown, the republi
can nominee for congress, is iu sym
pathy with the monopolistic spirit of
the age, that he i a railroad man, and
such like stuff, hoping by these mis
representations to injttic his standing
among farmers and grangers. What
are the facts, and what is his record
upon tliis) question? Judge ltrown
has had four important railroad suits
to decide since election to the bench,
all four of which were carried up to
the supremo court by the railroad
companies and every one of which
have been atl'iriued. And that is not
all. Before 1 he convention that nom
inated him there was a railioad can
didate, with over a hundred strikers
and henchmen, fighting Drown. And
that is not all. Judge Drown did not
receive the vote of a single ra'droad
delegate in that convention. Away
with the contemptible spirit that seeks
votes through prejudice and misrepresentation.
wounded man. Itailen. into their wjit. ''"' occurred. Now what is the railroad
on. and turning their faces homeward, j ""gaboo. Let us see it he. (Jcvvctt) demon-
iraveictiaii night, leaving Jlr. isattcn
at the Bohemian settlement and bury
ing Mr. Lowe a few miles further ea"-t
near a soldier camp, occupied by a de
tachment sent out from Randall to
guard the settlers. The survivors ar
rived at Yankton on Thursday night.
Their wagon bears timmistakable evi
dences of the bloody light the party
had with the Indians being completely
riddled with bullets and covered with
the gore of their wounded and dead
comrades, for it acted the part of a
fortification behind which the bovs
concealed themselves as best thev
could during the time they were be
sieged. The survivors of this expedi
tion will most likely give up opening
a stock farm iu that portion of Xebras
ka lately visited bv them."
Kor the Kii.ix.
Perry B. Maxon.
The above gentleman writes us from
Topeka and desires us to take back the
assertion made through the columns of
the E.ujm: that he had bolted the re
publican party. We take back noth
ing. Mr. Maxon you are a bolterof the
worst stamp, and we are glad the tc-
formers have got you.
Wc respectfully ask Mr. Perry D.
Mason's attention to a lctterdated the
Department of the Interior, signed
Willis Driimmoiid. which says that
charges of corruption were proven
against Mr. Perry P.. Maxon while reg
ister of the U. S. land office at Inde
pciidaucc. Prairio Gem Meeting.
Editok E.mile : Tho republicans of
this township had a grand rally on
Wednesday evening, the '21st inst.
Union school house was filled to its
utmost capacity. Many ladies were
present. Harry Rice was called to the
chair and introduced W. E. Stanley,
who poured hot shot and shell into
the ranks of the enemv for an hour
and a half. Ho was followed by Hon.
E. D. Allen iu an able and telling
speech. Doth speakers were frequent
ly applauded. Horace Carpenter, the
old ''wheel horse" of the republican
party, and chairman Rice made short
earnest speeches. We don't want any
reform. We will take ours straight.
Old Union still is true. Votkk.
Col. St. Clair,
The republican nominee lor the state
senate i doing yeoman work in tho
canvas, not for himself, for bin major
ity will be :i,000, but for the whole re-
pulicau ticket and the future of the
The reformers of this countv have
got out a ticket headed with an appeal
or an address to farmers, long mon
grel thing which purports to give
each man's occupation until it comes
down to Ceo. II. English, where the
occupation is left blank. Would our
reform friends have us understand
Jt'ttolcfJ, That wc reiolee with the citizen that their candidate for countv attor-
reMilltu; on the Usase Ceded land over the ,.;, .;1i,, ., j ir:.t
late decision or the I'nited Mate Circuit "'J w ''it an occupation ? Iftnat
Court in their favor, and point to that dc-'is the cae we pity him for he will
cision a evidence that the ripht of the l.co- ,,.,,. i, ;, i ."c ..,,,,.. .,i......
pie are sate In the hand" of the courts. "el "-' occupied as county attorney.
Jifiolriil, That the unwritten law enacted by We wonder if the little democratic
the example ol the father ol his countrv in , ;,.,. ..f ;!( .,..,,,.. .i. mi
declining a re-election to a third presidential ril,r '"' " ,c,",rl "lloe they will
term, i u controlling a though it was imor-, catch any republican farmer in Sedg-
poraiot iu me national constitution and oiim
never io lie Moiateu.
litrolrtd, That the public land ot the Pin
ted Slates be sacredly held for the use and
benefit of the actual settlers, and we condemn
and disapprove of anv lurther n'ants ol the
public domain to railroad or other corporations
Who is "Old Settler" the ten year's
acquaintance of Ceo. II. English, who
know so much of his character and
ability, and yet so little or truth?
Why asert in print for facts things
that every body knows to bo untrue ?
English was down here some four
years ago, tcmporairly, helping io de
fend a man charged with murder.
That he has over been a tax payer, or
even owner of any property whatever
until within a lew mouths, the records
do not show, much less that ho paid
taxes before any lawyer now living iu
the county. If (J. II. English ever
paid any taxes iu this county the treas
urer did not receive them, and we
would like "Old Settler" to show any
tax receipts to that effect.
It is just as well to be honest iu pol
itics as iu everything else.
A Lawyer'3 Bosh.
See that every name on the ticket is
Dogus tickets will be offered at
every voting prccuijtt. Look out for
AH kinds of stories will be circulat
ed on the eve of election. Spot them
wick county with such clap-trap. The
ticket puts down the reform candidate
for state treasurer as a farmer. Out
upon such hysiering, such bold-faced
impudence and cheats. We have per
sonally known Watson for twelve
years and wc have known him only as
an express agent and railroad ticket
agent until he was elected treasurer of
Douglas county, lie is now treasurer
Mr. D. II. Fisher, who counts him
self a lawyer, appears in a communi
cation in the licacon opposing the
voting of aid to the destituto, denoun
cing the law and winding up by pro
posing a plan of his own. Such bur
lesques are worthy only the derision
of intelligent men, were they not calcu
lated to mislead voters. Had that
erudite and extra specimen of legal
lore ever read the law which he so
pompously condemn, he might, if his
meagre amount of knowledge would
hare permitted, seen that the act itself
provides for the very thing he advo
cates. Every reader of the E.VGi.n in
Sedgwick county knows that to be a
Tho joint discussion at Prairio G'in
school house, we learn from Mr. Alex
ander who was present, was a pretty
gootl thing, resulting iu nothing, but
good for the regular republican ticket
and its nominees. Dut one of the gen
tlemen challenged put iu an appearance
and he could not be persuaded to
touch upon the reform platform or the
county convention, the only matters
that were to be discussed. Mr. Ceo.
II. English talked of national finances
and such far away subjects, but lie
had taken along S. M. Tucker, so well
known as the quite, moral and chasto
attorney, who let loose tho llood gates
of his pure mind iu gentle criticisms
upon W. E. Stanley, Judge Drown and
thcEAOi.t:. Every body who knows
the man, the caste of his mind, and
the high moral and religious notions
entertained by him, will readily un
derstand that as a reformer the reform
ers could ctioose no brighter or more
fit champion. Judge Daldcrston
brought down the house by intimating
to English that ho was surprised that
lie should employ a mud thrower like
Tucker whose tongue was no slander,
to come down there to do his dirty
work, when English declared that he
didn't know what Tucker came for or
what he was going to say. Of cour-e
begot off' the stalcold played-out tale
of Stanley's wicked character. That
high-toned gentleman has had little
use for Stanley since he crossed swords
with him at the last term of court and
The speeches of Mr. Stanley and
Daldcrston were earnest, honest efforts
for the right, and iu defense of princi
ple and were appreciated as audi by
everybody present except by the man
who cheered for Ceo. IS. McCIellan as
againts Lincoln, and the mud-flinging
high-toned gentleman who accom
Lawrence both. They have got C. P
Smith down as a farmer, too. Dab!
Why not be honest!
county has given us good officers in the
past. Stand by what has proven satisfaction.
While these reformers are going
The republican party of Sedgwick I around Sedgwick county howling
atiotit the pronigacy ami corruption of
the republican party of Kansas thev
alwavs forget to tell the people that
not one dollar has ever been lost to
the state by any republican state of
ficial, and that the only attempted
swindles upon the treasury was by
men who to-day arc howling reform.
Whv don't our i,. form friends 1v. r.x-t.,ov. Itobiiison, ot Lawrence, who
plain t the people how their convcu- VM P""--'1 for '"'pcachmeut on
tion was manipulated! Reform, eh ? tlic K'0""l,i a H0'"1 'indle " our
cany uisiorv is now running on inc re
form ticket lor the state senate.
Don't be deceived by the cry of re
form. Read the platforms of the two
conventions and decide which are gen
Mr. W. J. llobson, of Wichita, has a
contract to build a bridge across the
ltepublican at Clay Center, to cost
$1 G,t00. Common tcealth.
Mr. llobson is one of the most suc
cessful bridge builders iu the west.
Three bridges that span the Arkansas
were built by him. Clay Center will
get a good bridge.
of his county and the treasurer of1 fact. For simple stupidity the article
alluded to is only equalled by a "con
stitutional criticism" upon the same
act. which appeared iu the same paper.
Doth are inexcusable bulls. Xo doubt
it is a nice thing to be fed, clothed,
supported and cared for while sitting
around ami discouraging all efforts to
aid those who really need it, and play
ing the part of tho monkey upon the
The law is ;ood. wise in its provis
ions, and well guarded iu every par
ticular. Asa matter of true ecouomr, as a
measure of immediate relief, and to
save the credit of the county, let every
tax payer vote for the relief.
We published some two weeks since I
the entire law, but to refreh the mem
ories of our readers upon the point in
Kor the Kcole
Editor Eagi.k: I want to tell you
about the good meeting wc had on
Thursday last. It was a meeting in
the interest of the nominees and prin
ciples of the republican party and was
held at the Parallel school house.
Giles Ilamdou wa made chairman,
and the meeting was addressed at
length by Hon. E. D. Allen and W. E.
Stanley. Eq. The principles and plat
forms of both parties were fully dis
cussed, aud I must say I never heard a
more fair and manly discussion in my
life. It took with democrats as well
a republicans. The great reform
movement is exploded. Wc see
threush it all up here in Greeley.
You will hear front us again in Xo
Farmer Doolittlo on Stanley.
EntToi: Eaoi.i:: It is of the great
est importance to have good men elec
ted to office. The rule of the wicked
always brings miserv to the people.
and when bad men arc brought for
ward for office he' who exposes them
render valuable service to the com
munity. Yet he who wrongfully ac
cuses a good man and destroys his in
fluence for good commits a far greater
offense against society than if he up
held a bad man. What if W. E. Stan
ley is a gentleman, a charitable man,
a cousciciicious christian, could cer
tain men iu Wichita comprehend the
evil they are tloiiijr by bitterly de
nouncing him ? Xotwithstanding Mr.
English's friends arc pursuing Mr.
Staiflcy with a bitterness uncalled for,
to say tho least, he speaks kindly of
Mr. English. At the liicctintrin Gvn-
stiiii township Mr. Stanley told the
people that Mr. English was a good
lawyer, and if elected would make a
good county attorney. The perfect
gentleman, that he is, refuses even in
a political campaign to abuse his op
ponent. I have been witness to one
charitable act of Mr. Stanley that will
caue me long to remember him kind
ly. Last fall I stopped into a grocery
store in Wichita, it was just after the
culmination of the dreadful financial
ciisis which swept away the fortunes
of so many rich men, aud brought
hunger and misery to many an humble
cabin. Iu that store was a man who
seemed heart broken, he was the very
picture of despair. When he left the
store I akcd the merchant. Who is
that sorrowful looking man? Well,
said he, he lives here in town, and his
family are suffering for the necessaries
of life, and we have furnished him
with goods until wc cannot stand it
any longer. Just as he finished speak
ing that poor man re-entered the storo
and laying sonic money on the counter
called lor several different articles.
When he had gone otic of the partners
in the store said to the other, Where
did ho get his money ? "Stanley gave
it to him!" A few minutes after I saw
Mr. Stanley standing alone on the
street, probably where the poor man
had left him. He extended his hand
and I noticed his eyes were tilled with
tears, lie merely shook my hand, and
said, "How do you do Farmer," and
then turned and walked away. God
bless the brave, generous, warm-heart
ed, charitable W.E;Stanlcy. Like Allen,
and Reeves, and Little, he is a man of
the people and thc people's friend.
This is the man whom we arc asked to
scratch from the republican ticket,
and all the gnus of the opposition are
turned upon him. The same old guns
that were used on Massev last fall
trated the capacity to cut fantastic tncks be
fore hi;! Heaven, to the same extent that
"Sand Hurr" docs in making false statements.
Jle, (Jcwett), did advocate the voting of
$JO,0Oi) additional bond,-, and bavin; tirteen
miles more road In the county, the ro-vd run
ning by Park City, to Wichita, which bat
long since been demonstrated would have
been the better policy, but the proposition to
vote 8200,000. and have the road direct to
Wichita was put before the people, Mr.Jjvv
ett opposed for the reason above stated, and
Mr. sill's savs: "1 never made an albdavit
charging Mr. Jew ett with acting the partdfa
JSut "hand Ilurr" oppped the bonds, v.-as
one of the judge ot the election when Park
township cat a vote of iOrl vote. 3y! again-t
thf hoiidswitha population not toexeeed SU
souls, and to jo, hi memory a little, we ask
him it he was not accused of stulfing the ballot
box, anil when Horace Carpenter threatened
to put him vvhciethe "dogs wouldn't bit him"
if he didn't come to the conclusion that f 1 -
rado had a good (.lunate for the brom...tes.
and if he didn't go there, aud stay until the
wrath of Horace had subsided.
In regard to the taT-V), steal, the facts arr,
that when the Park City district voted bond.,
Mr. Jcwett went with the advice and con-cut
of the other members of the board to Law
rence and dipoed ot the bonds, and as a
matter of tact sold them tor more than any
other school bond of Sedgwick county, of that
car. Jaine Hammond, who was at that time
a member ot the board, Informed mc that he,
(Jcwett) did not receive his actual expenses
The reason that they have no school in that
district, is that since the downfall ot l'ark
City, there has only been two families in the
district. The land being held by speculators,
upon which there are no famllfes living "Sand
Uurr" being one of them, holding hi? laud, in
his mothers name. The charges of breaking
into the school house, and using it for a barn
decrve notice, only to show how- contempti
ble a spirit prompts "Sand Burr" to slauder
These are the facts in relation to Mr. Jew
ett, and if "Sand lSiirr'o" statements had hid
the sanction of an oath he would to-day be a
perjurer, as it 1, he has proven him-elfto be
the mo-t contemptable of all human creatures,
a slanderer. Sow, who I "Sand Ilurr?" I
have proof a strong as holy writ that he has
always, until this election, been a iinon pure
Democrat. And hi neighbors charge him
with being a "ballot-bo stutter," and with
having killed Texas cattle not belonging to
him tor hi own uc, and in the many other
crimes against moraliand decency. Xovv my
advice to "Sand Hun" is. that if he wants to
throw stones be bad better replaco bis pres
ent iloniicil with one not made of glass. 1
could state many other fjcts about the man
"Sand Burr," if it were not tor imposing on
your good nature. I only unkc this state
mentiu defense of Mr. Jewett" character; a
he i abcnt I claim the peculiar right to do to.
was really amusing to hear these re'
formers, who have a great deal more
tongue than brains aud more whiskey
than either, speak ; not that they have
anything very amusing to say, but the
audacious cheek that these political
sore-heads have, is what gets me. A
grunt and splutter against the republi
can "party, for they can't say anything
very defamatory, was all it amounted
to. Taking the worst men that the
republican party ever nominated and
showing their short comings to the
public eyes, as it were, through a mi
croscope, is their forte.
The first called to the floor, was M.
A. Ralph, candidate for the office of
clerk of the district court. Mr. ICalph
spoke but a short time, aud his was
the only talk that was worth listening
to. We believe Mr. Ralph to be a fine
man aud about the only one that is
worth the powder it would take to
blow them up, and if he was only on
the other ticket wc would vote for
him, but he aint!
The next on the programme was Dr.
Furley, who sickened his patients for
a "right smart little bit." He had a
good deal of medicine to administer iu
the shape of words, but as they were
bitter pills against the republican par
ty, wc did not swallow them. If he
had offered us a little of that out of
that bottle under the cushion of his
buggy scat, that he and English road
upon, wc might have swallowed that
with a better face. Dut there was not
much to offer, only about a gill, aud
that was found and drank up by a
young cuss that hadn't refoimd yet.
Xext on docket, was G. II. English,
candidate for the office of county at
torney, whose eyes sparkled with the
fire of not that bottle oh no some
thing else. He made a very good
speech. There was only one thing
lacking, that was sense, but then that
didn't matter as long as he was run
ning down the republican party.
Last but not least was Judge Staf
ford, candidate for probate judge,
who made a good many excuses, said
that his office didn't need a good
speaker. Good thing it didn't, for ho
wouldn't have been nowhere!
Dut I believe that is all I have to say.
I don't remember much that they said.
It was all like Jack Goodin's broth,
"salt, sour and sutty, full of hair aud
stunk a bit." Iluarah for the republi
can ticket. Gkoikik AV. C. Jones.
October 27th, 1874.
XEAV YORK, STCXRE!
We Aim to Keep Things Mov'it.
M. KOHN & CO.
A. WISCJA2T3 CO., Pftpriotas.
lUv-ins pctd a Itrentry tu WlcMuw.r
KCs.'V.'''''11"" .?.' '"-r J foanfry tr.le
!'l'Vlm.''.,b"', AIJ ""J'1 'riM ho olc. Alw
Ilotttrd llrrr and Mr for ttunltr njr.
W'liolfale and Kctall
DEALERS IX DRY GOODS
Clouting, llm. Cup.
boots, snoss, &.ti:ri7j, sto.
Con. ok Main and Douoi.as Avk.
Wagon and Carriage Maker!
ItXEi: Dl'OT, DOUGLAS AVh.
IMiceen Main and Water Streets,
FLOUR AND GRAIN.
FLOUR AND FEED STORE!
C. B.X,TJT3DIJ-CrM: &c CO.
Wholesale and lielall
DEALERS IN FLOUR AND GRAIN.
W. G. HoBim,
J .O. Wist.
HOBBS & WE3ST,
W'bolemtlc and retail dealer In
PROVISIONS and QUEENSWARZ.
REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE IN
THE BEST STYLE.
Shop on Water Street, one JoorXorth
ot uie lexas Hotel. '.'.Mm -
Highest Marktt Pried pill In Cwh for Grain
Coino and re in. Ptrt duvr Knt of
llnjjlr Itlc'k. iMr
S. H. HESS,
OSAGE SHAFT COAL!
Kor Ihf Karle
(3T Olllcc South Siileof Dou-jlai
Avenue, near Depot.
Order Jen nilli A l. Wheeler, Gralmn X
Mevcnsnr Moore A s-rcufe, will w ,r,.ln.lr at
tend, it to. .r-.,;m
(.uccMr to (J,., liar,.,)
A full line or Clnirr, OluUn and Vntinz
c-onnlantlj on hand.
North M Ilunglaa Aientte, belnrcn Ualn and
CI" All Weik wirnle,l -j -
Kditoij KAtti.i;: As wc have just
had a total eclip-e of the moon, which
was witnessed by a good many per
son's, a few facts iu regard to lunar
eclipses may not be without interest
to your many readers. Lunar eclipses
ocur only when the moon is full, for
that is the only time that the earth i
between the sun and moon. Of courc
it is 'cncrallv understood that lunar
eclipse are caused by the moon enter
ing the earth's shadow, but it is not to
generally known why we do not l-vc
a lunar eclipae every full moon. We
can imagine the earth's shadow to be
a very large cone 8.")0,000 milcn long,
with its base, having a diameter ,
nearly 8,000 mile, resting upon tin j
dark side of the globe. As the av or- I Curner lr"' " Mmm ''"' "l'l"" '"
nfrn flifitflltrw, rit" flm mr.nii Pf.-itit 1.,. t National IUnk.
"o" ""-- . ...u ....,.. ...,,., tut
earth i less than JI0,00O mile-, the
Wi: auk Constantly I.hckivincj
Direct from eastern market, and our facllitlei
enable ui to offer fetiperigr inducement to
lho wlihlnjr to )urchlo anf-
thiuB la our line.
S T A T K
O. It. roMKHOV, ritl:nii)K.vr.
rail term cj.inrnencen Seiittmlier Pli rl-
DecemlMr IGlli; examination fur ailiiilmloii,
'tuition ami u-e r teit-lvxAi In Normal Ie
partrnrnt frve Incidental lee. for term J lai
Omt oflKMrd In jirliat fjinlllr. from M ito
si ii .er weea. imi or ixianuuir ejr, from
SI 7 to Ji 25 ht week Kur;il(.nl robin. Iu
boarding hall fur ladirt, ! U) .er nvtntti Af
idteatlon Tor llieM- room, 5I1011I1I bf mailr In
ailvance. Kor further information, addreM the
Manufacturer of anit Uraler In alt klaU ,.f
Parlor, Chunber, Ihnlllng and Kikoen
A Full Line of Undertaker's Goods.
Undertaking- itnne nn ilmrl u..llr- nod In the m.x
jiA'mtKvjia, t'Aiti'irrg, ciijiTAi.vs, rjr
moon, when lull, would necessarily
pass through the earth's shadow a- "
be eclipsed, if the plane of the moot.'
orbit was in the plane of the earth's
orbit ; but the moon's orbit makes ar
angle of over five degrees with tl
plane of the earth's orbit. One-h:.'.
of the moon's orbit is cou-equetitly
above or north, and the Other half is
below or south of the plane ol the
earth's orbit. The lull moon, when in
that part of its orbit which is north,
would pass above the earth's shadow ; 1
and, when the part which is boh'",
would pas below the earth's shade, v.
When the full moon is at or within
twelve degree of cither of the two
points in its orbit, which itcrsect the'
plane of the earth's orbit, and which i
arc called node0, it must pass through '
the earth's -h&tlow, and there will be '
EAST AXD WEST
3R0CERY STORE GONE
rilE STATK OK K AX-AS,
Sedgwick Countr f '"
In tbe. Prolate Court, In and for said ( ntinljr
In Ihc matter of the l..!!e of J
lame .Mcculloch, Ieeae.
.Volice la hriel.r glten that I-fller. of Adminis
tration hae been granted to the liiiipr(nr. on
the eiutr ofJarn.a MrCullofb, lite ofi.l.l rwui.lr
i!e-eaiK-I, bj the Honorable, the robale liit f
tba coantj- and utale afore.alil, ilalol the Wi ilr
of October, A 1) l"7t .Now all i.erna baelnir
claim aealnat the taut eitale are hereby MlllSed
that they iooii ree nt lb aame to the uniler.i;n
e! ri,r allowance within one rear from Ihe dale at
.aid letter? , or Ihey may be precluded from ?
benefit of urhe.'ale, and that If .neb elaima li
not exhibited lllilu Ihree year, after the date of
aid lellera, tbej- .hall lie rreer barred
JI V I.KV 1 , .Vlmlnl.tr.t.r
of the eidnte of Jamea .Mcculloch, deu-awd
Wichita, October nil. A I J7 t-H
a total or partial eclip'c. The moon. '
If in pa-sing from the southern to the
a few dis'atisCed parties can defeat northern part of its orbit, is in its "-" ,
Wni. E. Stanley when regularly nomi-; cending node, and, when parsing from
natcd by the republican party, I shall ! the northern to the sonthcrn part, it I
conclude that the great principles un-1 in" its- dc-cending node. During tit ;
deriving the republican party have no j eclipse on Saturday night, the moon
very strong hold upon the affections ' was iu (he accuding node, and in
of the people of Sedgwick county.! courc through the earth'- shadow na
However, wait until you hear from the ' not parallel to the plane of the earth'
country. Pakmhr Doomttle. i orbit, but was ascending. This tr,-,
. i plains what was -o perplexing to
Xot where the Woodbine Twiueth I
nirr isuci.y mxutu) in
"SnEV- -Z"OIl2C BLOCK
0inlte VutittUtt, Uoaglu Axecae.
Notice of Final Settlemtat.
STATK Or KANSAS, )
Cauntyof fedfwlck (M
In Uie lrobale Court, in and for nMt Covoty
In the matter of Ihc Ijui. id ,raak llaree. lie.
credltora and all nlher Jrn lotereitn) In !
afure.aid ealalr, are hereby n4ir,sl, that at the
next rcsnlar term of the 1'iobair Court, Iu and for
ald County, U b benn and held at the, Conrt
iinom. in nirniia. Count or eI?w)rk. .t.i .1
aforeaaM. on tb flrat .Monday In tb rnoHlb of
.-orrmoer, .1 1, is,i 1 rni apply u. ad Curt
lor a full and final tiienvnt ,,t .aid Mute
it W f.r,T, AdmlMitrafar
cf the filiate of frank tfaf re, deeea4
Wichita, OrtoVr Mbf A Ii l7i T,-H
Notice of Final Settlement.
STATE OF KA.VA-.
County of fsedffirUk I
In I be Probate Coart, In aix! for ?aM Omtlj
In Ue matter of Uie l.tUt. of 1 jnlbla ll.rri, J
Ceaaed. Creditor and alt ttttit ( lot((ed la lb.
aforetald "tale, are beffcy aollUd, Ut at Ik
next rerolar term of the I'rob.le rt, Uand far
r.ld County, to be bran and heM at tb MMtrt
rom. In wicaita. wunlr f "-lietl, t-te of
aroreaald, 09 the Srit Monday la Umi iwmu t
Xorerober, V Kl . I le-all apiaf to Omi
tor a full and final wttiernentof f eaM locate
ofttie e.tate of Cyntbia llmTTit, decaae4
Wiefcita, Oct atb, A I Kl B-41
!ttct In alt Uirl
JT U IR, 3ST X T TJ IR, "B,
Carjirla, Window hado,
NO. 31 MAD.' STHEi-T: '.''ICIinA. KAS5JU5.
Ccfcocl Furniture Kasrlictaring C:.,
781 OMKsT.IOr.' sniUjitTV
J. M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
Or OZSKKU. ELB-TJO
i-TATK Or K'AXrA" J
edrlx Camnly i
BEST AND FINEST FURNITURE
Croceriea and I'rarUlam,
1 many who witnessed the last eclip",
natndy, that the upper part of the FLOUR, SALT, IS A C 0 X,
The few reform paper in this dis
trict opposed to Judge Krowu. being
minus the wherewith to furnish a rt?
spcctable argument, arc engaged in
publishing a standing matter almost
each week, a list of fraudulent letters
tilled with falc and unreasonable
charges againt the Judge, such as that
A great deal is said about Sam. Lap- moor, .rfacc wa. ,.. vieible. when
pin. If pcttitiotis are conclusive evi- . , , . , ,
dencc. whv don't thev puplish Lio-'lho ,floon bc-an t0 Clner-C from ,h'-.
pin's petition in answer to Walker? ' earth's -hadow, in-tead of that part
They will find that he there gives full t which was first cclip-ed. If anv one
copies of the contracts which Walker i w:jt jraVv a circle nine inches in iliara-
charges Lapptn with having stolen t ,. ,.. to rennient a a-,!,,,,, !
out of lit trunir. to save
Thev -arc the -troncest cv
Lapiiiu ha jn hi favor.
ycr will tell you inst a petition tj0 of lne ,noon bv pa;ir; the pie
uiiiuiuu- u uuuiiunf ""-. " 3 i'lK"oi na-teboarU aero ihc upper ball ot
bin C3-?. , of ,! Mr.h . ihailnir. and rnt rtnt c
1UCIICC t.a-lt rirntVir riiWi nf naIhna.rr! f hr .
iUl SUV IStr- tnrh in i1!?iTnfr fn rinrnf n . '
en to be true on trial. A man may j the jar;:c c;rc!e ,rom ri?ht to left in a ,
zile a petition charging all manner of tK?llv a.eendinz roursc, he can tin-'
Crimes and misdcmernors upon anoth-'.i-r.tnnd l.nrr trie mom rnlore,! ,!
er; but until he sustains the : petition pasted trough the earth- -hadow. '
by proof, the inn so charged cannot . jj (j -y VKD
be published. Troy Chief. . :
Tell him to scud n- two dollars Jake.
he is a dissipated man. Judge ISrown
has not onlv nttfmld all tho district
. . . iiiii--iiiiiiii trait -i ii inn mi' iiiiiiii in f -. . ---.- -......-. ,
uonttorgct. , .. , '. courts ever held in Harvev countv. but
.... ,.... -TT-. , ,,;'-ue:,,ou- "vc ,',I'C"" ",c ,romo OI has been here off and on hundreds of I
i, c .u.c co .uiu ,c,r ..ii- rc.c-t action 7: i ,inle- ahnoit . aln0o- which was when I
bond, n is probable that not more ..-riic township board -hall reuuirc ! he was nimitur: for judge the last time. ' "For two weeks our Wichita Eagle
than half of them will be sold, but as
I a matter of ecouomv it i best to vote
iliem. With ready cash it will not
COt half so much to carry lis through -In nrire not .-vcpeilin-e onf dollar nor ISrown take a dron of intoxicatin"-. he reads thi-. will ask US. we will loan . Tkama. Mifter and sama-l Mc
i " w r j--- . - . . ' J . i .f . I n a
.TATE OF KA-A.
- lTKl CCCBtT i
i . r r. i -j m-wrjK jaMiv ir -m mr im
the applicant lor aid to preform labor! and during days when whiskey drink- has been -tolcn from our tame. v e toJ for tr Tovcbtp r wtc&iu cut, t f-
on the public highway or on other pub-'. ing was quite "popular here, to so es- don't like this. AVe can't put up with cosaty iai uteafoeruw
lie improvements, iu pavnicut for such press it, and we have yet to hear of it. If the guilty per-on, wbosccon-'W i rrsieraciw u rerua, j
aid. whenever the same" is practicable, i the first man that ccr saw Judge ' science will sting with remorse when ruzm 1 nt rrjun. (
TAf Stutt Kim, a lt t hn fAeie yp
KiwraJfj tbat t. V II Mu, aUrif f
-eujwiea MWip, e.aba, ij .ir?er IWmUHlftJ
In iw t-:il, hy thto pro-J.mUafco, ree W4N
that n t Twlmt y4lM int MaMay
is .Not.fi.t-er. A O ItJt tbef 1B b htU a
j-eerl lfMI m4 U 3abr at ttwfun ,,
eb-rn tee a. fiMm-t, toM
It UrSler.f Ck2Ta TWl4 f'imUJI
Ctebtmast livn rnr
.-ewetary f flla
Treanrr f -tale
-nt-ertlexiteaf I'atlh tiaaertia.
' Aaaoeial' Jaate.fNw.Paweeuelrt
, Ctr -tale 'srutar
j I'rtaJ ivif
I tVi V f O Ia irk Ca-K
Clt7 -Of-rlaleo4l f nHI e liH1gli.
Osc Kareaesuttxr to Ibe Mr l7alaM
Abw, by ori-T ru. ISMeJTtfe- (aA
t jrovyIao -rM l ttj4 la, r (etaf
ai cwoity; lo-k
un tbr board ef mmHf aawMeam i i
rxxe:irTltUwean14Haraf t.t.ttJk ftv
1,. .. -M'At .- - .. 1-. ...-. ... . .
Bvrevf a Buy b- n-WMCf . waxier a Jwe4 i
Vy ft VvleTaiar- ia rr "eetob u4 avvnmM J
ex!esW riet, lafl I
1V.se is ftr f fbe twtuxw . fetlef j
; mwm iji fcier wTBtejj w yrialr bar fcil- J
f JU& Jo b NleraHy tlaarkt.r-d. 11 to U? nA4 .a4 i-c .nan tu. vrtai ot rrm&A mc
" --'--. r. vm wrm -s. U,r IMtWU JtUt littl J. ,,'.
rORKlGX .Xl) DQMESTM I1.LITS,
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aud don't run over any candidates,'' dozen men around this winter buying, seer or other ojficer. who shall give ' further know, that at the election ' ately and steal it while we are not in, 05,r?Ifi"Aeirrofu'peeTr
was a Park township "ranger's advice ' "I ctinty scrip on speculation at lift-,hi receipt to the partv performing ' above referred to nearly tho whole i- "too much of a good thing." We f u iue.ivB..itp -ed-wick escty Kio-
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