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M. M. MUI.DOCK, Editor
WICHITA. TIirr.MIAY. 'OV. .".. 1S7J.
NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Sedgwick County Republican.
The -Whole Dimceratic Ticket Defeatei
Judga Brown Go-is to Congress.
Allon, Stanloy, and tho Entiro Re
publican Ticket Endorsed
by tho People.
Kansas For True Reform.
Osborn and tli9 Entire Slats Ticket Elected.
COBS, PHILLIPS AND BROWN.
Massachusetts Democratic and Ben. Butler
REPUBLICANS CARRY ILLINOIS.
Tennessee Still Hanirs to Andy
Georgia Believes in Alexander Stevens Ever.
Different Towns in tho Stato.
The full returns from the county,
which will be lb it ml in tabular form
elsewhere, ttre a correct as we could
possibly obtain, anil are very nearly
or quite reliable. They chow that the
entire Ueiiublicaii ticket was elected
by liant.Miiiic majorities of ranginj:
from COO to COO. (.rant, Lincoln and
Miuueha were the banner townships,
followed elo-ely by I'liion. Illinois
township went -traij;ht opposition or
democratic by a larjro majority. The
whole Republican strength adds up
UGU to 161, or little over double that of
the opposition. The jrreat light in the
county vab made, upon county attor
ney and coiigre-ifinan, but both the
republican nominee- came out over
200 ahead, while Allen, Little, Reeves
and Zimmerman wet e elected by grand
or overwhelming majorities.
Leavenworth gave Parrot t, demo
cratic candidate for rongro-s 700, and
Oiborn, republican, for Coventor 1,
fiOOiinijoritie. .Judge Hrown had line majorities
ranging Ironi 100 to .r00, in lJiiiliu
gatne, Emporia, Pealudy,Tocka,Xew
ton, Osttgc City and Creat lleud, as
did the entire republican ticket.
Alexander Stevens was re-elected to
congrc1- without opposition, with
general democratic gain1- in tl.e state.
Democratic gains, both in the city
and the country, is shown by the re
turns, at least two-third- of the con
gressman will be democratic.
The state of Tennessee has gone
democratic by 25,000.
Gen. Ben. Butler, it is estimated,
was detcatcd (or congress by 1,000 or
more majority. Banks was elected.
It was conceded that the state had
elected Gaston the democratic candi
The news from .Missouri up to yes
terday morning was very meager, but
that the Peoples ticket, was defeated
by tho democracy there was no doubt,
while all the congressmen were demo
cratic. "That lays sjchurz upon the
Snn KrancUco, Nov. '2. Nevada re
publicans estimate they will carry the
state by .r00 majority. The excite
ment to-day in Virginia City is in
tense. Great interest is felt in the
The relief bonds wetc defeated, we
are sorry to announce. Our table
shows that there is a majority of sixty-two
in the entire county for them,
fifty-four of which belong to the city,
but the law made a two-third vote
necessary. Tho city done better than
the country. There was no effort
made by anybody or any institution
outside of the Karli: to carry them
and considering all the surroundings
we arc proud of the popular majority.
It showed we were with the people
even if the bonds were defeated. AVe
look upon their defeat as a calamity,
for we. cannot sec how the destitute
can be carried through except at a ru
inous sacrifice of county scrip and
county credit. But we feel wc have
done our whole duty in the premises,
having explained the entire bearings
of the law and the probable result.
Wc must now prepare to go down in
our individual pockets ami help our
l he fo!lfiiat.ihle Miow complete tviiirii
upon t.ito and eouuly oi-iern. conrtm.in,
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I tho other the opposition:
Wichita City 1
NiMl OP CaSnillATLS.
Turned C Cusey
Fur Lieutenant Cuvi-mor;
K.t niter .
E Hcrringlon .
Fur feecrtlaiy of state:
T II Cirunaugli
w. lot so
For Auditor of slate:
I) W Wilder.. .
; I'Mnith .... . .
C0 a -
For Treasunrof state:
James H V atsou
For Attorney Central:
A M K Kaiidolph
J K Hallowtll . .
For Sup't of Public lnstnictiii:
John Frazer. .
VV It Christopher . .
As-ociate Justice of Supreme Court!
i M Valentine . . ..
W I' Douihitt
101 ,103 30
if, 37 21
.-311 SW, 40 24
W It lirown
J K Hudson
For --enator 25111 District:
It It SnfT..ld,
E It Allen .
William 1 Jew i tt
S4 7i'l IH'M
ss "- ro.37,
For Clerk ol District Court:
5 W Kieves
M A llslph
For l'tobatc Judge.
W C I.Ittlc . .
Charles A Maffird
For County nuneriiileiideni:
J I. Zimmerman
John la is . .. .
Fur County Attornev
W i: Stanlry
(i II I.nlii-li
W II White
Jotili F ltte.c
For Itellet llond
Aaintt IlUief Itondii .
THE VERY LATEST.
Tho Stato 20,000 Republican Ma
jority. Special Ditpalch Is Ikr Eaglt.
Trti'KKA, Nov. tth, 8 p. in.
The republican majority of Kansas
is full twenty thousand. Col. Phil
lips, of the first congressional district,
and Judge Bt own, of your district, are
elected. The second district is close,
with chances in favor of Cobb.
Toi'KiCA, Nov. 4th, 9:30 p. m.
To the Eagle:
Later returns from Cobb's district
would indicate that he will be elected
by a small majority. The country re
turns from Xcoslio and Anderson
counties turned out better than was
expected. Goodin carried Johnson
county by a small majority. Phillips
elected and hundreds to spare.
Brown's majority will not reach re
publican estimates. II. G.
Complete arrangements were made
by us for receiving full returns by tel
egraph up to the time of going to
press last night, but we were unable
to ge, anything over the wires for love
or money after nine and a half o'clock.
Putting all the public and private dis
patches and specials together wc figure
that the democrats have gained in at
least twenty states out of the twenty
three holding elections. Our next
congress will not miss being demo
cratic very far.
Seven towns in Judge Brown's dis
trict gave him a majority of 1,191. It
is probable that Brown's majority
will teach 1,800 to 'J.OOO.
From Sumnor County.
News received from Sumner, up to
yesterday afternoon, indicated that
the republican ticket would be elected
by a good majority, except as to coun
ty attorney. The contest between
Willsie and McDonald was very close.
St Clair for Senator was way ahead of
his ticket. Brown was coming out of
the race about 1.50 ahead.
The oid stamping ground or free
dom, the very cradle of liberty and all
that in Kau-as. Douglas county, has
been so rent with factious and disten
tion among leading republicans, that
two democrat representatives, one
reform senator was elected, Cobb
carried the county, but ex-Gov. Rob
inson was elected to the senate.
From Butlor County.
The light in Butler county was amu
sing as it was ridiculous. A gentle
man in from that county last night,
aid it was impossible to tell anything
of the result, before tho official can-va-s
was made, and even then he
thought it would bother the commis
sioners to even get head or tail of it.
The Times claimed to swing all the
tickets but left the head oil" of one.
Next to the question of division, and
anti-division. Redden and Akin, can
didates for Attorney, were making the
most smoke, the race being close.
Btown.it was estimated, would carry
the county by a small majorty only.
Until a lute hour Tuesday night the
Eaoi-i: office presented a lively appea
ancc. The office was crowded by can
didates and politicians of each party,
until two or three o'clock in the mor
ning. Jokes, cigars, apples and guess
es on results were free, and each new
return reported, created fresh excite
ment. Some of the nearest precincts
to town did not report at all, while
Rice brought in the returns from Un
ion, eighteen miles, and Woodcock
from Lincoln aud Payne, nearly the
same distance by eleven o'clock. The
reception of the news from Illinois
township, which went democratic two
to one, made republicans feel blue, and
democrats lively, resulting iu several
bets aggregating several hundred dol
lars. Scattering figures were received
over the wires from the east, and dif
ferent towns in tho state, which were
read aloud. As it was one year ago
and two years ago, everybody came to
the Eaoli: office for figures and re
turns, and even the news that went to
the associate press went from our ta
ble. The public debt statement shows a
reduction of $6S1,4S1 during the month
The Secretary of the Treasury has
issued a call for $5,000,000 of coupon
bonds of 6-C9' to bo redeemed Febru
ary 3d, at which date the interest will
The Nevada Republicans estimate
that they will carry the stato by 5,000
majority. The excitement in Virgin
ia Citv ras intense, aud great interest
is ftlt lathe election.
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Drouth and Fire.
The people of Kansas during the
latter part of the summer were scourg
ed with dry weather, but copious rains
ended it in the fall. Not so with some
of the middle and other western state.
In Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana the
dry weather still continues, and we
read daily, almost, of destructive fires
in the timber. The dispatches yester
day from Virgina dated Nov. 2d, saB
the line of the Pan Handle and C. O.
railroads, state (hat the forests are on
fire at various points. Near Parkers
burg and along the line of the river,
the woods are also on fire at a number
of points. Dense smoke overhangs
this section of country.
A dispatch from Cincinnati says
fires in the pine woods in the southern
part of Fairfield county sent such a
dense smoke into Lancaster to-day
that gas lamps had to be lighted. The
forest fires between Bainbridgc and
Bouriieville, Ross county so destroyed
crops, fences, live stock and houses as
to leave many farmers destitute. Mea
sures arc being taken for thcirrelief.
Tits citizens of Russell, Ivy., on Sun
day were making strenuous efforts to
prevent the fire from the surrounding
woods burning their town. The woods
for thirty miles back oftlicm were on
fire, and a great deal of damage is be
We received a letter from "Sand
Burr" refuting singular, and as a
whole, the asperations and charges
made by '"Fair Play'' in last week's
Kaui.i:, but unfortunately we lost the
letter between our office and the Occi
dental, on last Monday.
Well, the election is over, and -'Sand
Burr" and '-Fair Play" being both
honorable citizens, and as people take
electioneering charges with a large de
gree of allowance, and as only a few of
our readers know who the parties are,
we have no doubt it is better that the
whole matter should drop.
A bone hauler iu from Kingman
yesterday brought the news that ow
ing to a want of mail facilities the in
habitantsof that county had forgotten
the day of election aud had followed
the lost herd of bullalo west, but
that he thought them straight for Cu
sey and the reform ticket. Later by
grape-vine telegraph the news reached
V. T. Jewett that one ballot had been
cast in Kingman which read:
'Tor Ocncr.il Principles,
Don't rare a d m ; tlioj'II all ftcal anyhow."
Information has been received at
Louisville of the death of E. Uuiiiey
King, Minister toEcquador, at Quito,
October 10. He had been iu ill-health
for several months, aud resigned, but
was unable to start home. He was
the youngest man that ever represent
ed the Government in a foreign mis--ion,
being, only thirty j ears old.
Shrpvepoit, La.. Nov. 2. Business
is fairly suspended here to-day. The
election paed off in the most quiet
and orderly manner. The ballots arc
now being counted. The conservative
ticket is ahead in Spring Ridge. Sum
mer Grove ami Mooring Pot. The
vote on the state ticket in theoityis
very close; not more than 200 majori
ty either way. The election of the
entire conservative ticket is conceded.
The con-ervatives claim the parish by
from 300 to 500. Many negroes voted
with the white people. The republi
cans admit that the merchants were
active, as many who had not taken
part iu politics were engaged actively
in the canvass. One ward iu DcSoto
pari-h reports a heavy conservative
A Times special from Homer says
Clayborne parish gives 700 conserva
tive majority. A special to the same
paper from Miudcti claims 300 major
ity for the conservatives. In Webster
the Evening Telegram, republican,
says, we are satisfied that there ha
been a full and free election, aud that
both parties will abide by the express
ed will ot tho people through the bal
New Orleans, Nov. 2. The election
passed oil" quietly. No official returns
are received, but the indications are
that the city has gone conservative by
12,000 to 13,000. Mauy prominent con
servatives claim 15,000 majority in the
city. It is generally believed that
Gibson has defeated "Syphcr for con
gress iu the first district. The con
servatives chiim the election of Ellis
iu the second, though the race will be
verv close. Democrats claim the slate
by 4,000 to 5,000.
"New Orleans, Nov. 2. Midnight
No returns yet received of the city
vote, but enough is known to warrant
the statement that the conservatives
have not less than 10,000 and possibly
15,000 majority. Reports from the
parishes are meagre, but show a con
servative gain over the vote of 1S72.
The indications are that the vote in
the state will be close. The conserva
tives claim four congressmen. Repub
licans admit a loss of but one. No
disturbauce reported from any quarter.
Yesterday the republicans estimated
that they would carry the state by 20,
000. Now tho most sagacious only
claim it by 10,000, other by a small
majority. The vote for congressmen
in the 3d. 4th, 5th and 6th districts
will be very close from present indtca
tioti, AH points heard from report a
heavr coloicd vote lor the conserva
tives". It is estimated at twenty per
cent, of the colored vote poHcd. Tel
egrams from fourtccu stations in the
parUUfis report f "at the elections pass
ed off ouietly,
For the Eaole.
Editou Eagt.k: In the communi
cation of last wcekV EaJi.K roncern
iug the last lunar eclipse, it is
stated that the moon's orbit being in
clined live degrees from the plane of
the earth's orbit, explains why the up
per part of the moon's surface first be
gan to emerge from the earth's shadow.
Now as this five degrees inclination
would hardly be perceptible to a com
mon observer, will not the fact of the
moon passing through the upper part
of the earth's shadow almost wholly
explains why the upper part of the
moon first emerged from tho shadow.
Perhaps all observers noticed a dis
tinct delineation of the moon's surface
when completely covered by the earth's
shadow. The upper part being bright
er than that below it. The moon is
not a self luminous body and must
have received its light from some
6ource, else the earth's shadow woultl
hare totally obscured it. A portion of
sunlight that falls upon the earth's at
mosphere is diffused aud carried far
around upon the shadow side where
direct sunrays cannot go, producing
what is called twilight, and giving
those beautiful tints we sometimes see
above the eastern and western hori
zon before sunrise and after sunset.
This diffusion of sunrays through -the
atmosphere into the earth's shadow,
was the sutirce of the beautiful oraugc
browu light seen on the shadowed
moon during the last lunar eclipse.
The upper part of the eclipsed inoou
being brighter than that below it is
accounted for by that part being near
est the circuinleroncc of the cone of
shadow. N. B.
Wichita, November 2d, 1874.
Treasurer's Notice to Tax-Payors.
TltEASUIlKR'8 OFFICK, WICHITA, I
Kansas. No ember i. 1S74. J
Pursuant to law, notice is hereby Ueu tiiat
tlic county clerk lia-i this day placed the tax
roll of Sedwick comity, lor the year 1H74, in
my hands for collection, and that the follow
ing table exhibit the amount of tax levied on
each one hundred dollars :iluatiou for the
several purposes named, to-wit:
State tax $ 00
County tax 100
County bonded 10
County jail bond . .
County railroad bond
Outstanding scrip ...
Lincoln township ..
(J rant tp
Payne ti ...
Garden Plaincs tp...
: CO 3 CO
3 00 3 00
'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.. 1 O0
. .No lew.
. . 75
. .2 25
SYNOl'SIS OF TAX LAW, 1871.
One-half of the taxes lor 1J74 arc payable
between the 1st day ot November and the
20th day ot December, 1874.
One-half U payable on or before tho 20th
day of June. 1875.
It tin one-half payable June 20th, ls73, i
paid on or before the 20th day of December,
1874, a rcbateof five percent, will be allowed.
It none of the tax is paid bclorc the 21t
day of December, 1874. then the whole be
comes due and a penalty of live percent, at
taches to the whole.
On whatever U due and unpaid March 20th.
1873, an addition.!', five per cent, penalty at
tache, and on all taxes remaining unpaid
June 20th. 1873, a final penalty of live per
Where no part of personal tax is paid prior
to January lt, 1873, warrants itic for the
whole, ir the first half is paid according to
law, and the remaining halt i not paid, war
rants for said la-t half isue on the 1st day ot
band on winch the taxes are not paid will
be advertised in July and sold in September,
1875. The first year after sale thetixcsand
coU will draw interest at the rate of two per
cent, a month After the flrt year the inter
est will be three per cent, a month.
Three years from date of tale ths holder of
certificate will be entitled to a deed.
b. N. WOODCOCK.
Treasurer ol feedgvvick County, Kan.
Of Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, it is
said that she is ruddy-faced, with a
profusion of gray hairj and somewhat
stout figure. One summer Mr. Beech
er had gone toPcekskill in advance of
his wife, who remained behind to see
that the house was left in proper con
dition for the vacatiou. A new coach
man was hired at Peckskill who had
never seen Mrs. Beecher, and the day
of her expected arrival he was sent to
the station to fetch her home. After a
time he returned alone, and in answer
to Mr. Beechcr's inquiries, he said that
Mrs. Beecher did not come on that
train. "That's impossible" said the
astonished parson, "she telegraphed
this morning that she would take the
five o'clock train. Did noone gelotit
at the statiott ?"' '"No otic except an
old Irish woman." "Go right back,"
said Mr. Beecher. "and fetch the Irish
womatn. She's my wife."
C. W. Johnson, Esq.. make the fol- j
lowing predictions in the Kansas Far
"I predicted the drouth of 1874 by
the logic of a natural law.
By the same ljgic, I now predict a
wet, snowy, stormy, cold winter, like
ly to be followed by heavy rains next
season, reaching sb near to if not -passiug
the period of maximum sum
mer heat that drouth will not be seve
rely felt ucxt year before July 21.
There is more "danger of the winter
freeze and dry- March weather than a
lack of water after the wheat crop
starts next spring.
for congress is es-
Interestinar to Tax Payers.
Topeka, October 31, 1874.
To the tdJtr of tht Coaaonvcallh.
Will you be kind enough "to publish
for information of all concerned, the
following opinion olMr. Ryan, county
attorney, as to the time at which pay
ments inavbc made under the tax law
ot last winter, the old tax sale certifi
cates, the rate of ititercst they draw,
and the liability of any part of delin
quent part of road taxes to the re bate
of five per cent, for full payment oil or
before December 20.
I send you the entire correspondence,
and remark that, as to the time of en
dorsement on old certificates, Mr. At
torney General Williams entertains tho
same "opinion as that expressed by Mr:
Ryan, that being the only question
submitted to him that lie has had time
Topeka, October 26, 1874.
Tiiomas J!an, Esq., County Attorney.
Sir: Will you please inform me in
writing, whether or not, under section
7, of the tax law passed at the last reg
ular session of the legislature, tax sale
certificates issued under the old law
can be permitted to have the tax of
1874 endorsed thereon prior to Decem
ber 20, 1874.
Also whether or not, after this en
dorsement of the tax of 1874 on such
lax sale certificates, the rate of inter
est on such tax of 1874. in redeeming,
shall be computed at the rate of 50 per
cent, under the act of 18G9, or at the
rate prescribed by the new law above
mentioned. And again, whether or not, any per
son having a road tax assessed against
him on the tax roll for which he holds
the receipt of the road overseer of his
road district can be entitled to the
benefit of the rebate of 5 per cent, on
the one-half thereof, provided the
whole of said receipt is surrendered to
the county treasurer on or before the
20th day of December.
Respectfully, T. M. Jami:s,
Topeka, October 27, 1874.
T. JJ. James, County Treasurer.
In answer to the interrogatories con
tained iu the forgoing letter, I am of
1. That the tax of 1874 should not be
endorsed on certificates of sale issued
prior to the tax law of 1874, before the
20th day of December next.
2. That the rate of interest in re
deeming must be computed according
to the law in that behalf in force at
the time of sale.
3. That the 5 per cent, rebate does
not apply to a case described in your
last interoatory. Respectfully,
Thomas Ryan, County Att'y.
Mr. Ryan's theory iu regard to road
taxes is that their levy and collection
provided for by the road law itself:
that they are all due November first and
paynblc at any time between that date
and December 20, and that no rebate is
allowable for full payment during that
A dispatch from" Washington says,
Gen. Humphreys. Chief of Engineers,
has recommended the appropriation
of $100,000 for the opening of the
Louisville & Portland canal, according
to the pious heretofore adopted.
John It. Smith,
L. I. Harris
District Court 13th Judicial Hi-trict, Sedgwick
By virtue of an order of u!e issued out of the
District Court o the 13tli Judicial District, scttin.
in anil for Sedgwick county, Kansas, wherein
John It Smith is phiimtitr, and I. II. Harris de
fendant, I will, on Wednesday the 9th flay of De
cember A. D. Is74f between the hours of 10
o'clock a. in .and loclockp.m, on said day,
at the court house door, in the city of Wichita,
offer for sale at public auction, to tho higlit-t
bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title aud
intere-t ol the defendant I. II. Harris in and to
the following described real property, to-wit
The south w est quarter C4) of section No. thir
teen, (13), iu township No. twenty-seven, (27)
southo! range No. one, (1) east, iu the county of
Sedgwick and state of Kansas, and appraised at
Ave dollirs per acre. Said real properly is levied
uponas the property of defendant L. II. Harris,
andwill be sold tosatisfeeaid orderof sale.
Sheriff's office, Wicfiita, Kansas, November
2d, A I. 1S74. 1". II JIAsSKY, Sherir,
Sedgwick county, Kansas. 31 LI
Walter fl. Iteaman,
District Court, 13th Judicial District, fredgwic-
Ity virtue of an order of sale issued out of the
District Court of the 13th Judicial District, sitting
in and for sedgwick Countv, Kansas, wherein
Walter II. ISiaman Is iilantln', and T 11 Jenklo
ilefeuilaut, I will on Wednesday the 9th day of
December A.'D li74.;hetween the hours of 10
o'clock a m , and I o'clock p. in., on said day,
it tlie courthouse door, in the cite of Wichita,
offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bid
der fur cosh in hind, all the right, title and in
terest of the defend.intT.il. Jenkins, in and to
the following described real property, to-w it .
The northe-ist quarter () of section No thirty
four, (14), in town-hip No twent-stx, (),
range two, (!) cat, in sedgwick county, state of
Kansas, and appraised at three dollar- anil llftv
cents per acre, viid real property is levied ujmmi
. the property of Defendant 1' II. Jenkins, and
will be sold to"satisfy said orderof sale.
sheriff's office, Wichita, Kansas, November
2d, A D. 1874 P II. MA-ssSY, Sheriff,
-edgwick countv Kansis.
SLUss'.l DYDi:, Pit'ffs att'y 3It3
id Eli7 i J-
Mevrcsand W. D.
District court, 11th Judicial ditrlct, Sidgwick
Ily virtue ofan order of sale issued out of the
district court of the 13th judicial district, sitting
in aud for Sedgwick countv, Kansa-s. vvhtreiu
Joieph W. storrs is plaintiff, and C .Me res and
Kill i Me res and W D s-nders ure deftndants.
I will, on Wedncsil.iv the 9lhdiyof December
A. D ls74, bitween the hours of 10 o'clock a m
and 4 o'clock p in , on said day, offer for sale at
the court house dwr, in the city of Wichit i, at
public auction, to the highest bidder fur cash in
hand, ail the right, title and interest of the I)e
lendantsC Mevres ami EIlii Meyresand W D
saniUrs, in and to the following described prop
The south eastjpiarter of section number fifteen
(IS), iu township number twenty-eeven (27) range
two west in the county of Sedgwick, and state of
Kansas, and appraised at three dollars and llfty
cents per acre said real property is levied upon
is the property of defendants C Meyrcs, Kliza
Meyres and W. D Sanders, and will he sold to
satisfy order of sate
Sheriff's office Wichita. Nov 2d. A D 1-74.
P II MASiET, sheriff,
Sedgwick, county Kanas, hv
sLUss A D YE, I'lt'ffs att'y 3113
Field, I.titcr A Co.,
M M Drew and I. 71 Albaugh
District Court, 13th Judicial District Sedgwick
Ily virtne'ofanevicntion Isued out of th dis
trict court of the 13th Judicial di-trict, sitting in
and for sedgwick county, Kansas, wherein Field
litcr&Co , are plaintiffs, andM 31 Drew and
I, II Albaugh arc defendants, I will, on Saturday
the I2thday of December, A D IS74, at2 o'clock
p m at the court liou- door, in the city of Wichi
ta, nffir for -ale at public auction, to the highest
bidder for rah in band, all the righs. title and
interest ot the defendants SI M Drew and L It Al
baugh in the followingde-eriled property to-wit
iAit.Nos 79 on JIain street in the city of Wich
iLi, county of sedgw ick, state of Kansas, and ap
praised at t)li --aid real property is levied upon
as the proiwrty of defendants 3.1 JI Drew and 1. it
Albaugh, and will be sold to. satisfy said execu
tion Sheriffs-office, Wichita Noreroberith 174
P 11 MAS-EY, sheriff,
Sedgwick counry, state of Kaasas 31 J5
A J I.omis 1
Ellas Pennington etal, Minerva (
Pennington anil V I) fanders, )
District Court, 13lh Judicial District, Sedgwick
P,v virtue of an ordtrof sale. Issued out of the
District court of the ISth Judicial District, sitting
in and for sedgwick CoanU , Kansa., wherein
A J Loomis is plaintiff, aod Elias Pennington
etal. defendant. I will, on Wrdnediy the 9th dav
of December, A D ls71, at the conn hou-e door,
in Ih city of Wichita, between the hours of 10
o'clock a m , and 4 o'clock p. m , on said day,
offer for sale at p die auction, to the highest
bidder for cash in uand, all the right, title and
interest of the defendants Ella Pennington.
Minerva Pennington and W I) Sanders in the
following described real proiwrty, to-wit
The north half nrthe north westqnarter (',) of
ection numb-rtwrotv-six. (26) ftituwHship nnm
tver twenty-eight ( "snnth of range numberone
'I) vi est In sedgwick coontv Knas, and apprais
ed at eight dollars per acre -aid real property
Is levied upon as the proirty of defendants Mian
Pennington, Minerva Pennington and W D
ander, and wiU be sold to satisfy said order or
-heriff' office, Wichita. NovemberSd.
A. 1) 1-74 II P. MAssEY, sheriff,
sedgwick Co , Kansaa.
sLUSs A DYER, Plfffs att'y Jlti
Haraec G Ere, i
J C Smith and f
W J sacders, )
District oort, I3;h Jadicial District, sedgwick
Coat: j-, Kaaaaa.
Br virtue of an order f ea"" iurd out of the
District Court or the tst JodUa'l Di'trict. sit
ting In and Or sedgwick Coosty Kansas, where
in Horace O Lee is pUIrnff. and John C. -rolth
and VV I) sasdera are defendant,, I will, cb
VVrdnf-Iay the Sth day fcf Isrcmbtr A K 1-74,
at the court hca- door In the coy of WjthiU,
between ihe honrs of 10 o'clock a. ra . and 4
O'clock p m . on said iJsy offer foT.,!eattablic
auction, to tae hlgtest bidder fcr cash in hand,
all the right, title and i:ret of th defrodants
Jobs C siaiti and VV D saaler In and to tie
following described real propsrty, to-wit
The sooth tulfof the soath west qnarT. (HI or
section noraberten (!) iotowatWp number rwea-
ty-!x )X). range oae easi, in se-it aa.-,
state of ivassaa, end appraised at ore dollars per
sudnr.1 prlpeitv Is levied upoa sit
rrVrdefeiUaU JotoaC sialih and W . D
SS V WA SL . C 4 M TS ..H M ! 1 4ft sj
sanders, asd will be id to aatiify uH order of
Sheriff's oScfe Wldiita. Nov. &1, A.D. IC4.
f II. MA3St, SheRT,
Swlgwiek CoontT, Kansas, br
- " S1V!K5DYEK, tit's ttt'T X13
Elizabeth Walter, "
Alexander Holmes A f
W. D. oanders, J
District court, 15th judicial district Sedgwick
By virtue of au order of sale is'tied out of the
district court of the 13th judicial district, sitting
in and for Sedgwick county, Kansas, wherein
Elizabeth Waller is plaintiff, and Alexander
Holmes and W I Sanders are defendants, I
will , on Wednesday the 9th day ot December, A.
IJ. 1S7I, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 o'clock p. m , on said day1, offer for sale at
Uie court house door, in the cftr of Wichita, at
Eublic auction, to the highest bidder for cash in
and, all the right, title and intenest of the de
fendants Alexander Holmes ,and W. t Sanders
in aud to the following described real proprty
Lota three anil four and the east half of the
south west quarter (l). of section No eighteen
(IS), in township No. twenty-seven (-27), rang
two (J) west, in the county of sedgwick, state of
Kansas, and appraised as follows to-wit; Iots
three appraised at I2-J; Ioit four appraised S13t),
ami the east half ( V,) of the south w est quarter of
section eigh een (is) , iu tow nship number twen-ty-sev
en (-27J, range two west, apppraised at three
dollars per acre, said real prony Is lcVie.
uiion as thd property of deteudanU Alexander
Holmes and W. I) sanders, and will be sold to
satisfy said order of sale
Sheriff a ofhee, Wichita, NovemberCd, A.D
1S71 P II. MAssEY, Sheriff
Sedgwick county, Kansas.
sLUss ADYEi:, Plfffs att'y 3115
Joseph W. Storrs 1
John Chasmirc and
District Court, 13th Judicial District, Sedgwick
I!y virtue of an onier of sale, issued out of the
District Court of the 13th Judicial District, sittiug
in and fur Sedgwick i ouuty, Kansas, vvhereiu
Joseph W storrs is plaintiff, and John
Chomire and Yirgina Chanmire are de
fendants, I will, on VVeilnesdad the Dth day of
December A D. 1S74, at the court house door
in the city of Wichiti, between the hours of lo
o'locka.m , and lo'lockp. m , on said dav, offer
for sale at public auction, to the hl&cest bidder
lorcishin tuud, all the right, title and interest
of the defendants, John Chamire and Virginia
Chasinire, in and to Uie fullowiug described
1 he south West quarter (H), of section number
seventeen (17), in tonshIp nuiubertwcntv-seteu
(27), rangetwo west, in sedgwick county Kansas,
and appraised at three dollars and twenty-live
ceuis per ucre said real property is levied up
on as the property of Defendants John Chasniue
and Virginia Chasmiie, sndwill be sold to satis
fy said order ol sale.
Sheriff's office, Wichita, November Id,
A. D ls7l P II. MASSEY. sheriff,
sedgw ick Co , Kansas.
sI.Css DVEK, Plt'ffs att'y SIti
In thedistrict Court of the slate of Kansas in
and fortheCouuty ofseilgwick.
Austin Corbin, PlainUff,
11. A. Thonihill, Mutil
A.Thornhill and . A. 1
Ihornhill, Defendant!!, j
1 he above named defendants are hereby nutifb
thatlhe) liavebeeueuedbyAustiitCorbiuaud .
his- petition is filed in the oiuce. ot the Clerk i.. ..ie
District Court in and lor the Count) ofaforcb.J,
claimiugofsuiddefenilaiit If. A. rhornliill, two
nundreu dollars and interest in umount as fol
low s, to-w it. One hundred and sLty-tlve dol
lars with twelve per cent inteiest from Augu
-23th, lc74, on lus promissory note, given to r' VV
Dun ton on the 4th day of February, 1374, and thirty-live
dollars attorney lees for lurclosing the
mortgage herein alter mentioned. And pniving
said court for h decrie foreclosing a mortgage
giv en by the defendant U A. '1 horiihlll and Ma
tilda A.Thornhill to said P. W. Duuton on th
4ih of February, 1S74, to secure the pajm- j
mud note, attorney tecs costs, on the foll .u.r
described real estate situated in ttic Count of
seitgwick and state of Kansas, to wit
I he soiithwe-t quarter ofwetion No 0 siv. In
I'ownshipNo. t-2ij twtut.v-t.ighl in rangeNo (2
two east, ami lira) iug sulii Court for au order to
sell uid premi-es or us much thereof as may U:
neccssar) to aati-t said debt, attorney fr
aud co-ts. And al-ii pra)ing 3.iid Court t ar
aud foreclose the lein or interest ot the sat ile
tenuaut. A Thoruhilf iuand to.aid preinis. ind
barnugtheequitv ofredeiujition ot each of said
defendants in unit to said pri-mi-es.
Anil said defendants un- notined that unless
they answer said petition on or Ixlore the 17lh
day ot Decembir, ls7l, Ihe same will be Liken as
true aud Judgment vill be rendered and decree
granted ns prayed in said petition.
31-1 Altorot-i a for Plaintiff
II IJ. Finney,
3Iary CoUmanand (
VV . 1. Sauuers. J
District ( ourt 'I hirtmith Judicial District, sedg
wick county, Kahsas.
Ity virtue of un ordir ot sale issued out of the
District Court of tin- ISth Judicial District, sil
ling in and lor sedgwick county, Kansas, where
in II 11 Finney is plaintiff, und .Mary Coleman
and W 1). Sanders are defendants, I will, on
Wednesday, the Mh day ot Decembir, A 1) Is74,
at the court honse door, in the city of VWcnita,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a m and 4
o'clock p m., on said day, offer for sale ut ublic
auction, to the highest bidder for rash in l.ari-t,
all the right, title and interest of the deft ml,.,...
ilary Coleman and VV D. sunders in and to the
following described property, to-wit
'I lie northeast quarter of section number eleven
(11) in township number twmty-scven (27) south
of range one il) west in the county of sedgwick
stale ol Kansas, aud appraised ut six dollars per
acre said real propel ly is levied iqon as ihe
f-ioprrty of defendants .Mary Uolemau and VV D
sundtrs, mill villi be sold tosattst said order ol
shcrltr office, Wichita, Kansas, Oct. 2, A. D.
1S74. P. II MA-sh , sheriff,
sedgwick county, Kansas
Sl.L'ss JL DYEIt, Plaintiff Atl). 31-5
Amy G. Smlth.l
Job Dai is and f
W. 1 Saudi rs j
Distib-t Court1hirfieiithJudici.il District, Sedg
wick county, Kansas
fly virtue of an ordr of sale i-ncd outol the
District Court of the 13th Judicial Di-trict, sit
ling in und tor Sedgw i k count) , Kansas, where
lAmy)i Smith is plaintiff, aud JJob Davis and
vV D Sanders ure defend nits, I will, on Wed
nesday, the 9th day ot December, A II 1S74, at
lie court hou-e door, in the city of ichita be
tween the hours or 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock
p. m. on suld day, offer for sale at public auction,
to the highest bidder for ca-h Iu hand, all the
right, title und interest of the de.Vndanta Job
D iv is nml VV D auders, Iu and tothe follnw.ug
described teal property, to-w it
'I he southwe-t quarter of -ectlou number eight
It) iu town-hip number tw nty-eight (2S) sooth ol
range two (2) vves, in sedgw iek county, Kansas,
und upprui-ed at three and fio-lno dollars per acre
said leal propertv is levied upon as the propert)
uf defendants Job-D iv i unit W D Sanders, and
will 1m-"old to satisfy said order of sale
Sh riff's office, W ichita, Kan , NovimherS, A
D. 1-71. P. II .MA'-El.shi.ritr,
-edgwick county, Kansas
6l.Uss X DVKI1, Plaintiff's Att'y .11-3
31 II. Eourle, 1
J. I) W (ireevierf
and W. D Sanders )
District Court Thirteenth Judicial District, Scd-
wick County, Kansas.
Ity virtue of an order of s-ile issnedoutui i it
District Court or the 13th Judicial District, sit
ting in and for sedgwick countv, Kin-as, where
in 31 It laniric Is plaintiff, and J. 1) VV tine
vierund W. D. Sanders are defendants, I vvill
at the court hcusedoor, in'thecit) of WicI
on Wednesday, the 9th day of December, A .'
1-74, between the hours of to o'clock a in ami 4
o'clock p m , offer for sale at public auction u
the highe-t bidder forcai-h in hand, all the right,
title- and Interest of the defendants J D. V.
(Jreevierawl VV. D -aielers, iu and to tha fol
lowing described proierty, to-wit
Ihe nrirtlMM'l quarter of section number thlr y
two (32) in township Lumber twent)-six ,)
range one (I) we-t. in s,.(ginck county, Kan--anil
apprai-ed at five dotlais ir acre -aid i
properly is levinl upon as the property of
ftndants J D VV (.rcrvier and VV. D sandi . ,
aud will be sold to satl-fy aid order of sale
sheriff's office, Wichiti, Kan , Novem)r2, A
I). 1-71 P II 3IASSEY, Sheriff,
-edgw irk ountv , Ksnse
SI.l"v AIM Ell, Plaintiff's Attys ' 31--
Jlar) E -iiutli, )
Anton Kneidles and W D -anders 5
District Co-irt 13th Jiwl.rial District, Srd.-t.
Ily virtue ofan order of sab- issued ont f th
Distnrt Court of the 13th Judicial District, tiltln
In and for -odgwiek county. Kansas, where
Mary E -mlth is plaintiff, and Anton Kneidl
and VV D sindVrs an- defendants, I wi!
Wedn-eday the fth diy nf Dwvinber A If. 1 I
at the court hou-e door, in the city of Wiehra,
between the hours of la o'clock a m , a-l I
o'clock p m , on said uy. offer fr sale at pub
lie auction, to tbchlghe-l bidder Tor cash In hand
all tbcriga , title and interest of the defendant
Anton Kneidles and M D Sanders in awl t.
the following described property, tu-wlt.
loit number one hnndredand twenty-two (122)
on 3Iaia stre-t, in theclty of Wichita, and bt
namberseven (7), and twlve (12) on Fourth :
enne in J P Hilton's addition to the rit. .!
Wichiti, and the fallowing de-ertbed land 1 -wit.
ISrginning at the south eaat corner, of m
north east quarter of seotion No "iiteen (K) u
township No twenty eTCn (27) south of ranir
one east, thence canning north twenty r. ...
thence VVV-t eight rods; theme south twesij
rod-, tbenre east to place or bcginmsg, all i
-edgwlek countv "tale of Kansas I.t No IS2
appraised at J3i)j lot No 7 appraised at i; .
No 12 at SV); land applied at ilfl -aid real
prorfy is leld upon as the property m d. j
danta Anton Knenlles od VV D Sanders, ..
will b ld to satisfy mhI ordr of sale
Sheriff's Diarr Wichita, N"v 3d, A i
1-71 P II MA-sEY. sheriff,
sLl-s ADiEll. Pit Us ally. M-i
Ceorgt II Htrrhigten
J W Phlllippi. trotef the estate.
of a K Ohmert, a eoavlcf. C. A. FMJ-
Ou. n.l I Jnbasae.
District Court. ISth Judicial District, slgwirk
Count;. tana.s ,
Ilv vlrtee of an rdr of file iessssd tfV
District Court of their Jadieul Dl-triet. Ml! In
la and far --dgwtek County. Kama, wherein
Oorge 11 IlrrnngJon is plaintiff, awl J Jj
I"bUIip trustee as afowrajKl. awl A Ptsiaji
and- C Joanna t defsUBH. I wiU. u
WedneMav the Mh day of Iccnlr, A. . I 1- .
at the eort hooe dot.r in the cKy f e. -,
l-tween the owr of I o'eleek a. D , sad 4
o'clock p ta . on said dav, offer tor le at ca
lic sOKtH-.ii, to Ue big-. -st lir hr wb
baivl. all the right, tide and wtret of Ue -fendsstW
W ItulUpf tratee aa atare-iW and
L A rhUlips ami - l Johnsoa m and K tte
Mlowmr drtcnlx-l real property '
The soua e.t sjaarVT r Ox tu! qoartee
r-retinnsmertelv 'Hi and Uh-r.t. at
oaartrr of the rU! -a Barter A seOo vm
ber ttwrteeo fit). twS 't
H-veattTi rtUiof nuf trambrr oat II,
aad the sMi an! jaars.r of tb; -& wt raar
terof tion annsfcer ive .,, ail tfc nj"
west oturter of thecth ws-t nrlrf rvctomn
onailsrr eightrrsj (I?) a K" waar tri-iT-ven
(27, Mitli of nnf iual-T r (I) t.,
Intheewrniry of-edgwKk, tut t Kaasa awl
ai..rll af i Ti prf - 5"1 pf - -fty-
nVfi.1 apa tf! n?r"&;!.
VV Italinif trutse f ifiieuH. , "'
lip and s C Johaww. awl wvU be wM l-i--fy
saW order fot ,
-tjeriff SLte. Witluu Nvar I. A
i. irffi P II JIAJ-EV. -bsTtr.
.-dgwlticoaaty. Kanji. by
. UATTON &rPl.-r. ENCUtit for IfrTt, --i
. imti tmrr.v CIa ee.n!r. BS bQS fut at
Ktttilit-X Hx rttlsM, TttsnlAr aad
ewi-eed & lje - llay G&i UW -
IrSLScij a ca. w to. !w.
wnxuac a co- acUEr Bsy 5.
E. J. Blood t al
District eonrt. ISth Judicial district, Sedjict j
By virtue ofan order of sale issued, out of the
District Court or the nth Judicial District, sitting
in and for Setlgwick County. Kansas, wherein
Charles McDougal plaintiff, and E. J. Blood t .'
al is defendant. 1 will on Saturday Uie 3th day oft
iiecemuer. .. n. i3f,.aunccoun nouae 4ioor in
the city of Wichita, at: o'clock p m., offerfor
sale at public auction, to the highest bidder upon,
the following terms, to-wit. One third of the
purchase money cash in hand, one third in one
year from datcol sile; one third in two years
from day of sale, the defered payments to be se
cured by notes secured by mortgage on said
premises, notes, on defered payments to bear
seven per cent interest from date of sale, all the
right, title and interest of the .defendants E.J.
Itlood ct al In and to the folio ing described raal
Lots Nns 14, 147. 149 and 131 on Main street.
and.lotsNos. 1W. lis. La) and liion Water street
all of said projierty being in the city of Wichita,
sedgwick county, Kansas Said real proitrty Is
levied upon aa the property of defendant E. J .
Ulood etal, and will be sold L satlsly orderof
Sheriff a office, Wichita. Oct. 31st. 1S74
P II 31 ASsEY, Sheriff.
Sedgwick coanty, Kansas, .31-5
Wichita Wholesale and Retail Prices
(The first colamn Is the price br the jiackage,
the last column the retail price. Prices ot ail ar
ticles liable to change every day )
Y'gh'n, c'n to choice, -pib
Japan " "
New Orleans, Y lb
New York C
White Coffee A
Powdered and Cru-hcd
Corn Meal, per cwt
onI -20 73SI Oi
733I 10 1 KH.1 40
.iiOi.il eo 1 u31 a)
.C0.J1 00 I (nsjl SO
. . ,.4i 4l't.
... .23 SOSoa
s soya m
Manilla. -p lb..
Natural Leaf, s lb. .
.. 73 US
.. 40il 70
..2 55(31 OJ
..3 .'5l t)
,.'2 o(m4 Ol)
..S OtKi7 CO
. 90 1 00
, . 33 ,)
. 7K 10
.. 8 Utt
. IS 3D
. 10 23
.. 9 11
II 5) la
10 SO 121,
2 10 2 W
.9 00 12),
.5 30 :w
. 20 25
. 2S 33
,. Id SO
.. 0 30
. 23 30
,. 23 3tl
.. 5 K)
.. 0 ft)
Iit-cf cattle gross
Veal calf, each
OKA IN, ETC.
torn, per bu-hel.
ll:i) , per ton . .
Palm, t lb ,
Shaffer's Evtra Family
Castile, genuine ...
Dry (.nl, V lb
No. 1 3IakereI, large
.No. ' do. do. Vhf. bbl
N'o 3 do. do. Vlkit
Family do. do.
Pickkd Salmon ...
do. Herring, V bid
do do. i hf. I.bl
inoked do. V bov
White Hah, V hr bbl
U)ster, if dozen in csi-ie, " case
sardines, qr. box, , bov
Almonds, Tarragon, soft shell, "rl lb.
Itrazil . .
Star, H lb
'I allow. .
I'.lack Pepper, t1 lb 33 50
Pimento .,. 20 40
Nutmeg No. 1 : 110 ISO
r.ingtr, pure ground . SO SO
3Iiist-ird 33 Ut
Cassia . . . . 50 i
Cloves 70 1 00
Peaches, 2 doz. ill case, Is case . . . . 5 50 30
Itirries, itc .. . 5 (0 3u
Portland Sugar Com, 2 lb cans, cose.,C 23 .13
COCNT11Y PItODUCE, .MEATS, FOWL,
AND FItllSjII FISH.
Apples ' 2'3oi)
1 in nips 40 ui
Iteets 4'l Ol
Cabbage, -p head 3 13
New' Potatoes, V bu-hel 73 125
-pring Chickens, dozen 1502 23
Hotter, v lb, choice 23 33
Eggs.Vdozen 8 12),
Onions, "js bushel 150 2 5o
Navy Ihuns ,3 50 4 J
Uuffalo dried 10 12
I.ard ... 10 13
'.lack and speckled bass, V lb.. . 25
V Idle fish and Chicago trout 12);
Cut 10 12),
finlden syrup, 11 gal 1 On 121
-uga' House CS so
Viw Orleans 3lolasses loo 120
sorghum .... .
Kaisius, Kcdless, 1 lb , 4 () 23
do la)irs 4 (V 23
Currants, V lb, new 10 12Js
Prunes. 17 23
thcrrles 35 40
Uosperries 4s GO
Illackbcrries 2) 23
Apples I3 IfiS
Peaches... .. II 1CS
CAST OU I1EANS.
Common, V bushel
-ea Island ....
Lumber, I-t clear di'dV m.....
2d ' " . ...
3d " "
Flooring, dressed match, lit. 2d
and Sit class 32 50, 47 5", 42 5n
-iding, dressed, 1st and 2d rluM. . . 32 .V), 27 .V)
-locks, dres-nl, A, II and C . u' 00, .V. fi, 12 50
Hough barn 35 W
Sheeting .. 33 W
Fencing. .... 35 no
Dimension, 1G feet ami under 31 11
11and2nfeet 37 50
shingles, A, and No. 1, rash
per in COoain
Lath, Chicago and river. V I'l.-... I
Uroom, common to extra, 1 dozen. - 5T3 ,JJil
-alt, Vldil .. 4 ()
" V bu-h'l 1 00
Ohio inter Halt . . 3 Uyi Ut
Hire, vih llwllf,
Indigo, common W 1 W
do good I J (
-fla, hi carb , Drlands . , II lis.
do Delands, In iiers ... . 1I1!S
-al sVida t Hi
(ream lartar, prime . . .. 3R ou
do. pnr . . 30 78
Powder. V keg S tvi
Horseshoes S 2ft
Valla ... . OWrale
Oak grained, ? Sb . 7
Wul nut graiued ... 7 ,
It'uestrfi-ed, blue tint ground ..7
Imff striped, biff tint gntowl 7 l
Plain bine tint .' Ji
Plain bff tint., . . 7 SH
eiling, light trine . 7 $,
' Muminous, Ure ami ilamp proof .... 2 '
l'lalti Unnl 3
, lurrniLoaid ... ... 4 S
Tarird wool sbeatlfig
' lant nn.Bng paper
V arj-t lining
; Pawr oil cloth and carp-ling
I -uir car)elln2
Double tsilnti-d pat-er taeks
Wood moajding.'r1 IftiOfrtl . .
I "M lime In blk. .. ......
' Kankakee Ilrne, In Walk. pr bushel...
i It'weD-laU cement .
I 'ttca cement
Vkron ceroeul .,,
MiettfTan two . . .1 SS
New York stucco .. .Jffl
ljihd idaiter .....
Ukite sand 1 50
Plaaterer'i bair a ksMts sacks) Mr sack
i Fire clay. -fhrl .. -J
i Kankakee stone, "V fMH
J VlarMe IfOSt, Wl
1 lH pal. nt (.- Irwi raag. y w..
Itrtek. eomxDsMi, m t
i llareivce tie (rakMei j tni
Fire rKl,'f m ,
-. Itriek pressetl
Ohio prewd brfcl . ...
1 -t Luebi preswrd bttek,
j HIDES, 1'BLTK, KTC.
! (flees Hldsl
-ahhUcs . .
j Dry Ont hlda . . ..
1 fvrv tall
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-sVses;. Wu. ere id tttf slasgmrr, .
-htj p-Mf, lry ...
Tataww ., ,
Knriwax . . ...
BOOTS AND SHOrW.
Ccc mash) men's Frese easVf jxgsd
!" d'to'leealfl-ej-ied txwts
Freiwla itp l
Val kip Wsts
Ilearjr or iura us
I.ralas itcrgs kip
IHs's tocU -s. ...
WoTAFCi'S (Mff Uviu.rJi
W enea' -t falirl
WeoxB'a eaM Vatewwali
Mls-rv e.l.' kal.-brals
Mumti' esiff tainwraU
ChtVtnsx'a : aaxl aK kilrat.
Metj's bearjr as era asirl slls
l.41tV 6n asd ssa, bTy
Wmi' otrrsati aa4als. rxrj
ftea't vrrs ad aaA-tals. alt-aeJUg
Ladsea rrr aad sastsl. artf-axejag
ieM. ? eattoo
Pars- rftntt, ytwit . ,
OVJ TJt wilUj
Old Runrtsn -wfeUk
CattfanU wle ...
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NEW" YORK STORE!
We Aim to Keep Tbisa MovMrg.
M. KOHN & CO.
Wholesale and IleUil
DEALERS IX DRi' GOODS
Clulblng, Ilnta, Caps,
soots, suoes; a.ti:rers, era.
Con. of Main and Douo'las Avil,
Wagon and Carriage Maker!
REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE IN
THE BEST STYLE.
Shop on Water Street, one door North
of the Texas Hotel. 25-3 in
Coal! Coal! Coal!
S. H. HESS,
OSAGE .SHAFT COAL!
Sir Olllcc South Side ot Douglas
Avenue, near Depot.
Orders left with A. If Wheeler, tlrahaiu A
tevens or Moore A Sroiife, will be promptly at
tended to. 27-411
ItTO BLIVEJLL SCHOOL
0. K. PO.MKIIOV, 1'iti.MiiiK.NT.
Fall term comnietKeii September 9fb( cloe
Deeembrr 10th; eaamiuatlon for admission,
Tuition and use of text. book In Normal De
partment frit. Incidental fre Tor term 2 ),
Cost of Win! In private families, from 3 ') to
lit") per'wnk. Cost of Ifoapling iM-lr, from
el 75 tu 92.23 jier week lurnUhe.1 ne iiis in
boarding hall for ladles, M 50 er monlb Ap
plication for Ihe-e phiiim sboold be made lu
advance. For further Information, address Pie
fill; STATE (IF KANS.AS. I
sedgw Ick l ounty j "
In the Probate c.m1. In and foraaid County
In Ihe matter of the Estate of)
James Mcculloch, Deceased j
.Notice Is hereby given that letters of Adminis
tration base Iwen grautnl ft the undersfirtirfl im
Ihe estate of James SlcCuIloch. lale of id county
deceasel, by llie Honorable, the Probate Court of
the county and state atoresatd, dated the 9th dy
of October, A 1) IS7I Now all rons having
rlaims against the mid estate are li.rrhy nitirl I
that they must present the same to the undersign
ed for allowance within on yoar frwm thvdaieol
aaid letters, or lfiy may lie precluded Irom any
Iienefft nfsurh estate, and lhatir such rlalma b
not ethl dted within thlse years after the date ot
said fetters, ibev shall be forever barrd
J! vv i.. t Atiiuini.trator
of the estate of James )lc I mIIim-i.. ftecease.
WlebiU.OeiotierMh, A D IS74 5.jt
Notice of Final Settlement.
srA'l EOF KANSAS, I
County of setigniek I "'
In llie Probate Court, In and for astd Cnuaty
In the matter of Ihe LsUtr ol Frank 3!K", Ds
eease.1 t rrditor arxl all otlier rr Interested in th
aforraald estate, are hereby tsvtlCe!, that ai llie
next regular term of the Prebat ( urt. In ami far
aid Csxlftr. to I" tM-ailu and hrl.1 at the (onrl
Itfiorn, In U Irtitta, losintv u "-estgwlck. Ut f
afaresaM. on the SJrat Mvwlay In the nxvnth af
N'srembsr, A If Is7l. I slodl aj.pir tonlurt
(or a full and final -itlni..r.t t s.f.t ltat
l VV I.KVT, Administrator
of the if nl Flank Magee, dsfs-aastl.
WlsbiU, CMotsrr Mh. A If Kl fl.lt
W. U. Hgana.
J .O. Wait.
KOBBS & TEST,
Whotstalc and rsialt deajert fa
PE071305S isi QUEE5SVAEI
Wr. Aitw iIJfrA'NTiir llrAjntvizfl
Dirre Uvm erfrs''mi:its, J sow fcsSK.
s4I GV ln&rr Mf'W ll4is4 t
IXom l.ttg 1st pcrrfca acf
tkikg la tatHzi,
J'lCw" J'trtt aad iux Hrrt, ttyyvtiit tk first
33 ' NiraJEiik.
EEM AN DALE.
I C H1H! t-f.
A. WISSAZn) & CO., TropriatcR.
llavlne oiieneil a Itrewerr in Wichita w ,r.
prepared to supply the city and country trad
with the beat A l and lleer. on abort aotie. Also
uotueu Us-er and Ala lor laraity nr.
11EER DEPOT, DOUGLAS AVE.,
Between Alain ami Water Street,
FLOUR AND CHAIN.
FLOUR AND FEED STORE !
O. B.LTJ-JJLTjnv 35 CCL
Wholesale ami Itrtall
DEALERS IN FLOUR AND GRAIN.
Highest Market Price pail in Cash for Grans.
Come and see us. Klrl door East of
Eagle lllock. l'.l-lf
X). 3SdTc KZEJL-V-y-,
(Successor to Geo. Harris,)
A full line of Casslmerrs, Cloths and Vesting
Constantly on hand.
North tide Douglas Avenue, betwetn Main and
tj AH Work warranted, -fa T-l)
Manufacturer of and dealer In all kinds of
Parlor, Chamber, Dwelling and Kitchm
A Full Line of Undertaker's Goods.
Undertaking done on short tollce and (n lb iot
MArri:fsi;s, ;AitPi:r.s,(HlHTAiNi, kic
G-i 3vr-fviONr sxaaonat:?:,
J.T. 3tCMILLlv. c. (,'. IHIfOtEI.L.
Iiealsrs in all kinds ol
jT TJtt 2TT T XT tt IE,
Ofli'li'li Window Shade,
NO. 31 MAW STIIELT: WICHITA. KANSAS.
Schscl x nTritnro Hascfictzrins Cc,
Toi ciiKwixrr sii'Mir,
Maus4afOss? ft IS"
BEST AND flNEST rURNITORE
Uet.ur.nK . ffinsfi,ilAPi, (Jiiakt
Vhw! ppllea la (ia-asoral.
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KANSAS MIDUND RAILROAD
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