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V'S,WVTS1!SJ' -i-" -r- . r- ' ': T7- 7T-""- ' iwwmaMWWBi J-w gr Jt-rf isrffiLi--4- SP!?'5 asaCSePSSS8a!n5a"Sgfera .5. r3Xi3riPt- - 3S,nA. -3E-. "iBSPg: nswri- a-AMw.'g v a'BTgs -- i i i 1 lb '(!Mufi;i (baalf. M. M. MUHDOCK, Editor WICHITA, TliritSDAY. NOV. In toi-timonr whref I, tliiima A O<orn, ;Ncmor of the Matr of tv!i--, Iiarhcriuntu iilerilil my name I'i.L anilcauseil to lie ailixeit the (,-n-at .-i:il if this t.lle. Done at the citv of Tojir ka, this oih 1j ofXonmiicr, a. li. i!;i tiioji a. o-i;oi:n. W. II. fSMU.voou, -t-critary of -IjIp Tho Paola & Fall Rivor Railroad. Some three or four years since a local cilbrt wa- made and a local com- pany organized to build a road from 1'nohi wc-t or onthwo-t, in the di.ee - tiou of the Arkan-a- vallev. Tlie en tcrpri:c was based iimaril upon lo cal aid of hilbsidiei- in the way of township anil county bond-, to be thereafter voted. Miami county vot ed the lir.-t in-tallmoiit, but before the compaiiy made any tangible move to wards building the road, the aid tlm voted lapsed, or was lorfeiicd. Tlie t'ompauy then took up their initial ...:... .. : i i ... ,..mt o. .,,....i.." a.... ..,...; !;-. u ,aiiicii, uieie .-ecin ui oilier iiuiiu- which va put into the work of grad ing from that point w:l in the direc tion of Le Koy, Colfey county. In the mean time the contractors, for want ot iuiiiU orcoiiicthing L-lse, failed failed to pay their hands, and failed to meet other obligation-. The last failure was something like a ear ago. Sever al attempt- have since been made by the company to sati-fy creditors and to get the enterprise upon its feet. All of the-e facts have appeared from time to lime in the E.u.e and most of our readers arc fully po-ted, having been intere-led in the entcrpri-e be cause ot its pointing in the direction ol thi valley. Of late Win. Spiiggs, the I'lesident of the road, who live- in Ander-on county, together with other ciliens ot Carnett and Ander-on county, have been making another ell'ort to rai-e money for this road. Sonic of its olli cers wrote to the editor of the Times at Lldorado. proposing to build to the latter point with a branch vi.iTowau do to Wichita, and another branch via Augusta, Douglas, etc., to Arkau-as City, providing a certain amount of county bonds were voted, or rather asking if county bonds could be voted for such line- or upon such a proposi tion. Several leading men of Auguta in Itutlcr county, visited our city last Alonday, and in the evening met a few of our citieus to "talk railroad,'' with a iew lo organizing a local board or directory, a corporate body looking to the construction of thel'aolo & Tall K'tvcr Kailroad to Augusta thence to Wichita, itli a branch, we suppose, from Augusta down the Walnut to Arkansas City. The next lav their meeting wa made public at Kagle Hall, where a general talk was had, and at which wc were piesent for a short time. The company was duly organized, we be lieve. Willi every man in Wichita, orSedg wick county, who owns a dollar here or who expects to make this hi future home, we arc interested in everything that promises prosperity or threaten disaster. Ami, personally, the man who pays only ten dollars tax is as much interested a he who pay his hundred1 its their all. Without a single exception Wichita is more fav orably located In a railroad point of view than any town in the slate, being nt a teriuinu, which terminus com mand the trade of not only several counties, but a portion of the Indian territory and of cstcru Texas. Then anything that Wichita or her people might do tending lo jeopardize that interest, that po-itiou and that power, would be a mii-fortunc to the town. The burden thai might be assumed to day to pull a new road in would as surely drive the old road out, and beyond Us. The new road that comes unaided and unsubidi.od will be valuable to tax and valuable is a competing line, and no further. Someday, probably in the near fu ture, cither the Ft. Scott, Humboldt & Western Kailway -which latter road has more woik done upon its line then the other or the Fall l'ivcr road, will reach the Walnut valley. When that time arrives, Wichita and Sedgwick county's opportunity will nave arrived, and not ueiore. it i nothing to our people at what point lhcc roads or cither of them strike the Walnut valley, so long a they cannot btrikc it out ol our teach. It i better to get a road without bond than with bond. County bonds are played out. Any action grounded in even a proba bility will onlv tend to render us inse cure in that which wo alreday abso lutely enjoy. The points above enumerated t cciii Ions sound, and perfectly plain. It i not the interest of Vi'ichita to play the doctor to an enterprise that has no life in and of itc!f, not wise to coneul to become a cats paw lo pull out hot chetuut for other localities thereby1 loosing the clic-tuuts she already has. I Qn Cfinli nc in" n.-mii!- i?ii! -,llr' ! shall produce a surplus of commodi ties; when we are able to hip out in stead of shipping in: when near mar kets become ncsessury to our wealth, then will we want a direct line east. Then will be time enough to aggitate the bond proposition. A Terrlblo Storm. A terrible storm occurred last Mon day in northern Alabama, Teuuesec and other southern localities. In Ala bama it left death and destruction in its path. In one iiibtaucc it picked up find threw a locomotive down an abyss leaving the train standing on the track. At Selina twelve houses were blown down and seven people killed. Half of the town ofMoutevallo was destrov- Oil At TllCiMlllllllfl tU'nlVf, Yl.'rnitC .. .... i--ii.i i - , v u iwui-it, iuuviii;; ilium va-mu ui iiui A-t..r ... ..i.ti j c v.- .. ?& . l x VllllUtVII 't s,sllllVl o Mooroand T. G. Hodgings, edit the Chronicle. The storm did much damage at Nashville ami Memphis Tennessee, extending as far north as Cincinnati and a Jar east as Philadel phia. At New Port and Covington Kentucky main thousand dollars of damage was done. At Cumberland, Mil., and Trenton, New Jersey, much los- was sustained. Ti.n fove villo 7"i7f.'.7. n.io cf tim leading papers of Kentucky, does s J J - tt 1. .. a 4 m. ..ABiee null wtn IliA T." a -. -. Iv.ee '" ' .---- ..... ww. .-(.. inn uouor iu vut,.-iiitL, .uciMiabs . editorial upon "the political situation.", iol the Mate liotit-c at iopeua msi ""'""'""""-'"'. . , . ,, .,, , , At a resuu oi mis, mere win uca irau- - . . i - ., , . ., i wants of the neon c. , him was her own brother, jet sticli .... ,.,. r3o ,i,.- ,i , ed. lat ilondav. a committee ot cm- BY THE GOVERNOR OP KANSAS l '"" ' 5- ? . ,la' aS The tlc-thiil.o!, i, not general, but iirc the fact-. Mrs. Leichardt inform j "" "" v, ,, v m tern to L ------ - contributions for the rv, i ".'l '" '' ""'"; '" .ru- ----?. It jlv contiaud to the , (hat sh, COIltriblltcd goods and ! "" J n"t; u; ! , destitute of Ka3 and Nebraska. I ... .. . , ,- nor- ami li-feinng to mloimation . frontier co:iutie, :n which tlie grow- ,. . .... , . , o(., i through the center o: the sun r disc. (incurring in the i coinmcilationol Jlli l.- ' . . n , !i,,.n-,,.r,i .i.! i....t L moiievs for the expedition which start-1 " ..,,-.! I .-.llencr tlH-1'n.i.l.nt..rtte Uulu.1 m. M .to fr" varioue portion of the Halo; to i C'.I"."C estrocd by t he gra,s- he-liot much vancty tI,C'r' c,lhcr '" Sp" ' A wollla uhh abo' answering the ,.....,. .,..., ... i:.... i ........ r. i r.. i hopper- in the montlis ol Julv and ctl lrom tenl:ie in i&i. liiAUiiinm.. ,...,i -,; w , ... ,. r. ""i ! . ..,.'; .7 V ",..,C' ' " .. H.IB. ' """' '""'."."'""iAiikii.i. in the older counties there .vlativc were lost to the world. The ''" . '" .' . , e- -, uccnpuon oi me iong-ios: onaney ;i :;; "Sua .he V. ; ;r-; Tr.;i ":,;"C" ,,y , u f ovt'n,or a,,u "u,,er 'ta,c bu..daCe to meet U, Vva.. of the t ll)V.,ton., it fcccni5 5; nbout t( b0 v now roauce a , e c . Jos, has been traced to St. Gather- K-ritet Rini , n.l I Kconui.4 to aliens... that other-, and al-o icjioru ol the -ay- people, but. t there are dclim-iicics a :.,,,, ;.,d it ia 8IIII1l0.B,l that " thcproblem, uppo-e the plane ol IUC8f 0ut.. by detective. The child m that lUviiifj- lav a-i.h tiitlrunliniiryrariit.ir iugs and doings of unauthorized par- to some crops, the people have means - " - li venu-' orbit to be inclined three de- js j custodv and the woman under lurmlu .n.l a.-cmi.le i.. thrir u.i place, ..f .:,., ...,. ,.... ,..... f(. .,... .:... ...... inocure iiecucu supplies lrom wisc.i miii .; -i. .u.....m. . .-. tweiitv-tl.recmiiiutes and uren-:,.,, rgiiliitnghc UuaLi to the feupn-mc i:uir.i . , , . , , ,. . aoroati. nil the exception ol the and slave of the blacks ol Ocutrai " ,,u,, t ti..! .....,...-.. .....n .'- vasing ca-tern states, but which mi- froniifr eoimiii-s Ini wh!Mi ilw. Inst. . .. ., ,r . ,.r, ,. ,.-. ty-isme "econds to the plane ot the I THE STATE RELIEF COMMITTEE. Organization. Action and Addrcse. , ., , ; . I A large number of the denalo.l inc.nber- of the Kaiu-as pciitral re icf committee met in the -enate chamber authorized agenla had never reported or bent anything back to tho;c stand ing in need of aid. In the evening a permanent organ- izatiou of the committee was decided ujion and accomplished by the election of Gov. Stover as president: Captain Henry Kin;:, -ecretary : and l". Y. "'", trca-urer. Tlie organization wa- completed by the election of an executive commit tee eniisi-tiivr of Ifev. 1'. S. Mi-fnlii. a ,,, Wc,c)) ;1(1 Umu Wm g. of 1 ToJ)c!.a . Kcv u- c Teuil ()f La. rence; llon.Tlioiuas Murphy, of Atcli- ion ; and il. M. Murdock, of Wichita, uliowcic to act with the permanent ollicers. Tlie hundreds oi letter-, received i from tlie cant as al-o the demand ot eastern and Kansas railroads made the organization of the committee imper ative. The railroad- universally de- eiiiicn lo -enil relict gooiis and "rain f.cc u.lU ;l colIlmit,ccof re Ilonbibl perbous would agree lo receive and see them properly distributed, while many charitably inclined persons east would only send to a regularly organ ized and re-pousible committee. The gcneial conclusion arrived at was that a prompt and aggressive movement should be made to collect and distribute relief, and to that end Kev. Dr. McCabe, (len. John Fra-er and M. M. Murdoch were appointed a committee to prepare an address to the people of Kaiii-as and to the peo ple of the east, which address we pub lish in connection with this article. Gov. Osboru appeared before the committee and expre-sed his approval of the proceeding-, and announced hi readiness to co-operate in the propos ed wo:k. He -tated, a!o, that in pur suance of an order from the depart ment, issued at his cainest reipic-t, a consignment of army overcoat, trous er. shoe- and blankets would be sent to him within a lew day-, by the depot quartermaster at Fori Leavenworth, and that when received they should be promptly turned over to the commit tee for distribution among the needy. The details of the plans of tlie com mittee's operations were left to the executive .committee. The general features of the plan may be brielly stated: It i de-igned, lir.st, lo collect authentic data concerning the amount and eiiousiie-s of the destitution in the state; secondly, to furnish a chan nel through which the charitable ol our own and other states may safely send donations, of which an account is to be kept and published : and thirdly, to frustrate the operations of unauthorized and unprincipled solic itors of aim at the ca-t. The coui uiitccc do not contemplate interfering with the work of local relief commit tees in Hie state, but is anxious lo pro mote that work by co-operating with such local organization. It will be aimed to provide as far as po-iblc, for having donations sent direct to the neoily distlicts fi om the place- ,lii;ic such donations are made, a lecord be ing kept at headquarters of all sup plies thus furnished, and as equal a distribution as pos-iblc secured, ac cording to the degree of de-titution in dillerent localities. The committee die not contemplate sending out so licitors of its own, but will recom mend to the governor for indorsement such agents as the counties or town ships needing aid may properly recom mend a intelligent and trustworthy. All the leading railroads of the coun try have agreed to transport free ol charge all relief goods consigned to the committee, or shipped under its direction. Lach solicitor under the authority of the committee will be furnished with blanks and report so that the committee may know jiisi what such solicitor is doing and who makes the contribution. The Commoiticcnlth speaking of" the committee says it is composed of some of the most prominent and reputable citizen of Kansa, who are known all over the slate and in other state east, and whoe names arc a sure guarantee that the arduous and dillicult task which they have voluntarily undertak en, without any hope or de-ire of am reward ave the thanks of a grateful people, will be hoiietly, iudu-trioti-h and di-crecily performed. We be speak for them the earnest support and assistance of all good citizens, and cheerfully certify to the outer world that they are in every way worthy of confidence." To local committees ol Sedgwick. Sumner, Harvey. Butler, Cowley, How ard, and other southwestern counties where the K.vdi.i: is read, wc would respectfully urge that they imincdiatc- Iv make reports to the ocictv setting forth all known cases of destitution, the general condition of their respec tive territories or township and an estimate ot the amount and kind of aid needed. Any such reports handed or forwarded to the writer of this will be looked after. The following i theaddrcs report ed and adopted by the committee: Rooms or Kansas Ci:nh!ai. Ui::.u:r Co.m.mitti:i:, ' Toim:ka. Nov. 'JO. 1S7I. To the Citizens of Kansas and th 1'co- j)le of tin Eastern States: The Kansa Central lielief Commit tee is organized chiefly to secure aid within our ow n state for those of our citizens who are victim of the grass. i. ..i ?.. i.... ... .i iioppei aj-uc. ' "'"ci J" '"c "'oic successful dischntgc of their dutj. the committee issue this address, duectcd sncciallv to the residents of eastern Kausa-, and also to our friends in the eastern states, from whom communi cations are daily received requesting authentic information as to our condi- The calamitous destruction of crops, I which will make the vcar 1S74 nicmor- able in (he history of the northwest, ha not snared the state ot Kansas, A If lifttirrli llio tsitinrl ltiOi linrn Khaii H - id.dv i.iVi.ii!nf.ji kivi- tim ,.n.i,,n-, ! i ., ... .,. .. ........ .. . . . ... ...... .... ( hrrosslv eva-rirerate the amount of dc- titution in Kansas, vet information ro- o-iccivwl through the state board of as- iiLtii.tiii; tin. i u.iiii .uiicr leucine source?, dearly Miow- that the winter whirli has now fairlv set in. tliult- many people in our .s"tat0. especially ucwly arrived jiionecrs iu the lroutier counties, destitute not only ot" fuel and ' wit 1 t )' a tilt ll (t fi-.ee irilirni liirt Kill .j...-. j... ...... ,. -"s. - ? aUo ot ade.iuatc means tor (he substs- teuce of man and beast. Appreciatinjr tho eitent of the dis- aster which had befallen our people, and having full faith in the ability ol" the state to provide for its own destt tute, tne governor conveneu me icgis- - Vl.fctm.Ion hi wS , ea a .a "a . I a it. - , ., , in0 je-iiaiurc nem, mat nutter tlie -" constitution, it had not the power to ' en -- e-e .. . . ... . . ' .,...,.(.,.,. 1..1 - Imlml t ... ..iIi.',l Ii.. .11111 lllilk VjHU " -, aJ ..- -w - - - a a il Til l. A -.!. I141UU4 V i IIIMUkillulu l'l)Vttlt- I ! ' make appropiiations adequate to the emergency, itircctly lroui ilic treasury. ' it did, however," authorize certain 4"i.rkitt.. ;... ,. :.... i,n;.. ll,Illll.I KMlIlltl-, IU 13SI4L; U1UI1 .7 II bonds in ai.l r Hie iioceMitiea of their citizen-. l.r vaiious reasons, not nece?i.iry here to enumerate, the legis- , - ............ ......... . ...-,... . ..u . :ltivr :irM nil in. liiiliol tn - ii.t-o flu- two or three years have poured an un- preeeuenieti line ot enterprising and worthy settlers of very limited means, the proportion of people not able to provide for themselves is as small in Kansas a it is in any state m the Un ion. The limits aigiicd to this address do not allow us to go into details. It is feullicieiil to say that many persons in the frontier counties are g'reatly in need of grain, provision and clothing and this need will continue through out the winter, anil until May or .June of next, including the demand for grain, for seed and for support of work animal-, in putting in ciops. Lven in Ihe-e lroutier counties, the lack of supplies exists chiefly among the iinmigiaii s who have come into the state within the last year or o, and had no dependence for a living but the sod crop- which the grasshop pers destrojed. Strictly speaking, a large number of the destitute are hardly citizens of Kansas at all. They have but just arrived, with very slight resource, from states eat'f Kansas. In our judgment, it is the duty of iho-e who live in the older portion of the state lo see to it that even the immigrant ot yc-lerdaj, having push ed on to i lie horder with the honet purpo-e of making a home for himself and his fiuuilj, shall not lack thence esaries of life. Such a course is dic tated equally by justice, by charity , and by sound policy. We "are sure thai the people of the older and wealthier portions of the state are both able and willing to ren der assistance to their needy neighbor-. One main purpo-e ol'tiie estab lishment of this committee is to fur-ni-h a channel through which churches and other local organizations and so cieties in this state may send their coutiibtitious to those who arc enti tled to leceive them. AVe carne-th appeal lo our own people to lake im mediate and ellicient measures to fur-ui-h help to their fellow citizens who are sufferers, not lrom any fault of their-, but through unavoidable ca lamity. The needs of the suHerei are pre nig. and the early arrival ot winter forbids delay in efforts lor their relief. We learn that in various parts of the ea-t individuals are soliciting aid for mi lie re rs in this state. We-have siillicient proof that in some eases these solicitor are unprincipled per sons, that the ai e actuated by selfish motive-, and that they are entirely un worthy of confidence". We but discharge an important duty devolved upon us by our appointment, when we warn our fiiends in the east against placing their benefactions in the hands ot unauthorized, irrespou--iblc and mercenary parties. If there are tho-e outide of the state who desire to aid us in supplying the wants jof our hardy, industrious but now unfortunate pioneers (and geneious, voluntary pi oilers ol such aid are constantly being sent to u) thi committee ail'ords them a medium through which their contributions may be judiciously applied to the end proposed by the donors and fully ac counted for. All persons now engaged, or propos ing to engage, in soliciting contribu tions in this state or beyond it, upon sati-fxing this committee of their lit uess for said service, will be recom mended to tlie executne department of the state for endorsement. Such endorsement made by the governor of the state will be a guaranty of the re sponsibility of the parly towliom it is granted, and the lack of said endorse ment in anv ca-e should not be ovcr luvWc.l t,y Tiiu-e io wnom application may lie made. Whatever contributions of money or supplies may be sent to this com mittee will be promptly and judicious ly distributed among the needy. Railroads, probably without excep tion, will forward lelief freight fiee of charge, if such freight is shipped to the c.ire of this committee. Individuals or local committees de siring more spceilie information con cerning mailers connected with the relief of our people, should addres diicctly the secretary of the commit tee, and icmittauccs of liiuds should be made to the treasurer, at Topeka. With emphasis wc assert that our -tillering people are not wanting in enterprise nor courage, nor in any of the elements of true manhood. The uncomplaining patience with which even women and children areendui ing the misfortunes (hat hac fallen upon them is nothing short of heroic. Our people have not lot faith in themselves nor in the resources and pro-perts of the state in which they live, nor in Iliui without whom not ii sparrow falls to the ground. In their behall we confidently appeal to ihc liberality ol thoe who'eoutit it a piivilege to miiii-ter to the wants of the siitlering, e-pecially among their own coiuitmnen their own kindred. Signed: V.. ". s. ( : Lieut, (tincriinr, ('liairmin. UI'NKY KIM., i:.. "t.Viiimomv.iltli" See. I V. I U. Pi e-.Toni'ka N.it"l 1! in'.. Trej. JOHN 1 KA-i:i:, -tatc -itperinteiid't -cliooN. W.M. --IMS. nwr-cer stale i.'r.-iiisv. llTr'l OltAY. s.-c. -tat..- ai-rirull'l .-ocietv. i l!KV. r. .-. JICCAIII", l. U . Tresliy. pa-tor. O. T. W'I'I.CII, laud and insurance aent. S. T. ICIX-I"!. state board of agriculture. A. h. VOOIMll'l-", Uiissell county. ISnv. V. C.'t'l'NNr.Y. Iloiiirla. count v. C. II. I.II'ISOM), banker. OicLin-on "countv. Ilov. i:. N. MomtlLb, llnn'ii count. Ilov .1. it. "liW'AKPs. i:ili. county. Ilo.v. riIO- Mflll'lIY. inarnrof Atcni-on. Ci. A.TIIOMIV-ON. Mane- countv. C.k.n. (.'. V. libAIlt, Itoiirbon i-uiint. Col.. I. 15. Pl.t Mil. I a on countv. " Ilo.v. .M. l. .Ml'ItDOClv", Seds'xfck county. VammttUt. A Private Lottor Aid. Jiunn'Tille, Mai!ion Co . X Yoi ) No ember SaUi, lsTI Khitor n.oi.i:. Enclosed fine one dollar, for which please send me the I'aci.i: as long as it pays for. I used to take the paper and liked it much, but since I have returned to Xcw York, have neglected sending for it. If a good as it Used to be, 1 will take it regular. The liberal minded arc making up a box to iend to the unfor tunate settlors, but arc undecided in what part of the statcyou are the most destitute from the efTect of the grass- nopper.tc. lam much interested in your state in fact should be as I have some property in your vallcj and city, If differently situated. I would be an inhabitant as t In time will no . doubt be with j ou. Yours Sec. G . T, Rockwell. Whoever jou send j'our box to mark it "Care State Aid Society!'' so it will come free. I'd. Eagle. Santnnta is worth two dead Indian yet. The President has directed a tel- cgram to be sent to the governor ot Tea. requesting him not to execute the death sentence ot anianta until . ., . it can be satisfactorily ascertained wlictlier or not he violated his parole, The President is of the opinion that , ,,. , , , . , lhc o!' huck has been impo.-ed upon. , r ;," r"" . , . ihe authorities at ashington have information that about siity -xhite mea are workinji on the Sioux rcser- ... .... . vatioti iii the Hack liilis. Ihc war . , , A department has been requested to re- move them. Xothii'c lias been heard ofthe '.Vichira bovs of la:c and we ,unnose ,,ev are of tho nariv uf -irtv. "e Z Maderia has been lost in 1. a AIaiI.I Aa.a.A . . . - 1 1 a t the Mediterranean, and several of her cw drowned. Leichardt The Explorer. It.!. known but to few of our citi- ..... ......l.ol.li- rl,.i l.i.ii'li:iiilt. ihe f.tll- li,l..,l'. ... ---. --, roatiiid lo-l .-M.lor,T. n-a brolLcr- f, . Mr-. U-ifliarU of Wichita, ,,-. i -, i-t u-itii aiiu '- v....-.. ' "" .... . - ta.us the valuable medals given by the sovereigns of Europe to her brother- in-law. Next week wc shall publi-h upon the outside an account of the discovery of the circumstances and place of Lcichardt"s death. Tho Atchison Scandal. Atchi'oii'i in the full enjoyment of the Hoke-Marbourg ciw. con. cae. The Ch'impion publi-hes full reports. The licecher-Tilton affair becomes tame in eompari-on, for in this cae the full "bill of particulars," the limes, place- and names arc all given. Then Mrs. Hoke is no little scrimped up af fair with cork crew cuils and a face flu-hed only with a weak sentimental ity, but a woman a full as the "Lady Godiva." M.trbourg could hardh help loving such a cousin. The world imagines that it know all that's going on around it. but it knows nothing. The lifting of one little curtain here and there now and then et ita'I agog. Chicaeo. The Baltimore ."c Ohio railroad scut out its lir-t through train from Chica go eastward Iat Monday. A heavy gale prevailed in Chicago Sunday night and apprehensions weie felt for the safety of the shipping out upon the lake. l'orti.e Kai.lk. Prom Kechi. Liirron Lac:m:: With our cold weather wc can report lrom this local ity a feai fill fatallityamongf.it bogs. From twenty to thirlv head per da have ceased to lay in high priced corn and now lav in salt. The eager butch er knife is still at work, and if our Wichita ''meat cutters' don't hare to pay more than three and a half cents per pound for dressed pork from this on, its our treat. We are plea-ed to report, also, two new llocks of sheep in this vicinity. Our enterprising neighbors, Lee and Vandegiif have each bought fifty head. One hundred more such llocks in Kechi ami we -hall want the IIaui.i: to advocate a woolen factory. Hut, Mr Lditordon'i mention it (the factory) jet; one thing at a time is enough these times, and that mil! on Chi-hlom aint linished jet. ISut the water did run beauti fully I lirough the race last week. Wonder if something like the plan of ''relief for the destitute" as submit ted by Mr. Kelij-, cannot be adopted. Its most objectionable feature i- prob abl j- that the county could not take all tliis scrip on thisjears' taxes and havi siillicient cash to meet its expense. This i one reason why the boud sceined nceessarj-. Mr. Kelly over looks the fact that the law for the bonds wa gotten up with a special view to keeping out imposters. It doc seem, however, thai even- time we turn around some of our lnonej goe.s ca-t. The law taxing mortgages which our farmers movement men iirasi til as ;i iii.istn-jiici. uf nfuicii, and which our democratic friends ad vocated in order to catch granger voles work- money light into the hand of eastern capitalists, and ir tuallj takes it away from our honest settlers. Just taxation would be to tax a man in proportion to his actual worth, and not assess him for both what he owns and what he owe. Hi- farni is only hi-, le the incumbrance When he give a moitgage deed there is virtual! a transfer of a ccrtaii amount of that farm in proportion to size ofthe mortgages yet he must paj tae- on the whole. The mortgagee, il" a re-ident or settler, jiaj s taxes also, but if an eastern capitalist hegoe free. Is it wise, i it jtist ? K. I'or the IIai.ix That Lunar Eclipse Eiutoic Kaole: 1 once more ask the indulgence of yourclf and leaders, while I offer a few more words on the subject of lunar eclip-es. I make the following extract from "N. 11'." arlicle of la-t week. '-The moon's orbit being inclined to the plane of the earth orbit is not the cause of the 'virieij' of eclip-es that occur during a period of eighteen year, hence was not the cause of the moon pa ing through the upper part of the earth's shadow in the lat lunar eclipse."' I5y a conre of reasoning peculiar to himself, he reaches the following con clusions: 1st. "Then what is (lie cause? It i fhc ratio of the earth', and moon's revolution and of their rate of mo tion.'' 2d. ''The amount of the moon's iu clitiftiioti form no part of the calcula tion of the eighteen jear period of variety." Ilefore considering thee conclu sions, I wish to notice "X. IPs.' pcr verion of my language in tho use of the word 'variety, without which pcr-vcr-ion his whole article would be iiieaningle. I -aid in my la-t article, "Every lunar cclipe for the next eigh teen jears would be unlike the last eclipse in regard to its passing through the earth's shadow." and ex plained whj, by referring to the dif ferent serie, and stating that in each eclipse of each series the moon would pass'through the hadow a little hijrh er, or a little lower; and I summed it up if these words. "This gives u a great variety of eclipse." That is, one will be total, another partial; on will be an eclipse of the upper part of the moon, another of the lower part Sec. In a word. I meant variety of ap pearance. "N. 15." makes me say, "va riety in number and time of appear ing." I think any candid reader of my article will uuder-tand that word "va riety to mean what i intended. Hut I will take-.V II V' interpretation of the won), and show from bis ou pre - ! ,:-- tl.. r.tt.-. ..c l; i . i ....-us ..re i-.ui. w. hi- cwnciH-toti-. He S.1 S. "The r-atlst- of thi- vriet- la ,".-.. " the ratio of the earth ? ami uiooa- re- ' ..t...:- ..t.,, r .- n., i olution? and rates of motiou. The ! nrohlom inrolvml in tht; i. nne fnmil ' prooieiu ill. one.! n JIl.s, . one lamil- . iar to school bovs and usaailv civen. ' - ' .?- in llltollrrtlial nnShmntics in th.e ,.":.. , ,.'.-.' WOrUi : "IHC IlOUranil inmate IianiiS t - of i r-locl- are n'-.ssJir.r t frrtrn aam "J" "r f-Wut atea r S3 a an Altec OI a Clock arc .opener S. I.VCIVC ner fee ia laid tha. ami far tbt ttle af the when will they be together nest." Let IIS applv this problem to tlrC motions , ,.i , . heavenly bodies, in Considering the fnllrttvinre ni'fitinis- Ci'-r-n In ..let. lOtiOWinp; q.C--Uori5. U..cn IO plan- els, a the earth and venus. revolvins j .muni rt,r c,, rvt, I n ,!?aii f?,-. 1 ' .' , " , . I ivnowmg tae time oi tae rcvoicticn oi eacli, and the supposition that llicl plan of venue, orbit is in the plane of the earth's orbit, Ictus note results. Usinjr this problem, wc find that vc nus will be between the earth and the sun every 583 days (I omit the fraction) earth's orbit, and let us note results. This creates nodes, or point of inter section. The ratio of motions has not been changed, so there will be an in feiior conjunction of venus every 5S3 days, as before, but only now and then a tran-it, bec-iiic at nearly all of the inferior conjunction venu will be too high, or too low. The transit will oc cur in this order or in successive in tervals of one hundred and twenty one and a half year, eight ycir-: one hundred and five and a half years, eight years; one hundred and tweutj one and a half years and soon. Hero is variety in lime, and there will be variety iu appearance-. The new con dition, the inclination of venus orbit, introduced into the problem, gave the-e new results, hence we say it is the cau-e, (we uc the word cause in its qualitied sense and not it ab-olute sense). We will now apply thi- problem to the earth and moon. Given the earth revolving round the sun in a given time. Knowing the daily motion of the moon through the heavens, ami the apparent motion of thesiiii and on the suppo-itiou that tlie plane of the moon's orbit is in the plane of the earth's orbit, let us note results. Solv ing this problem, we find that the moon will make a supeiior conjunc tion with the earth every 29 day, (I omit the fraction. Knowing other conditions, as the size of the moon, the distance of the moon from the earth. fee, it follows that even twenty-nine daj s there v. ill be an eclipse, and evcrj one of them will be total, and in each one the moon will pass through the center of the earth's shadow. Not much variety there, either in time or appearance. We will now introduce a new condition. The ratio remain ing the -ainc, suppose the moon's orbit to be inclined five degiccs and over to the plane of the earth's orbit. Nodes ire now made. The moon is in con junction now, a- before, every twentj nine daj-, but theic is not an eclipse every time because the moon at some of the conjunctions is too high, at -oino too low. Each one during a pe riod ofeiglitecn years, (and we usual ly have twenty-nine, "N. 15." says iwenlj'-oue.) belongs to a separate se rie which cover a long period of time Here is variety in number and time. There is, also, variety in appearance as I said in the first part of this at tide. The new condition, the inclination ol the moon's orbit; gives us this variety, and thi- variety in time or appearance cannot be produced without it, hence we say iu common language it is the cause. The ratio might be changed, so there would be a superior conjunc tion of the moon's every ten days, or evcrj sixty or seventy day- but that would not give variety. This propo sition, that the inclination of the moon's orbit is t lie eaue of this vari ety, is recognized and stated in plain terms in all of our standard works on astronomy. What, then, Iwoni of "N. 15'.' conclusion, reached "by rea-on and deductions from science," that "the ratio of earth's and moon's revolutions and of their rates of mo tion is the cauc of the variety ol eclipses."' 1 pronounce it crroucou. In con clusion, let me ay that 1 believe your reader- will understand. me, whether I have given "N. 15." more light or not. And now Mr. Editor, begging pardon of you and your readers foi having noticed the criticism ol" my first article, a criticism w hich seemed to me unjust and uncalled for, 1 here promise to aj nothing more on tln subject through your paper. 15. C W. Wichita, November 23rd, 1871, Official Returns of Kansas. Tho official returns of the late elec tion as returned to the state board of canvas. cis and reported by thorn, -hows the aggregate vote to have been: For Gotfrnor: Ostium Ot-ey Mar-liill O-born'- in ijari'y.... I-i'-uttnant Gatrnttr: Miter Harrington Ilrouu Salter's lanjorfiy...... StiTfiary of ittttU: C.i-:umu;ti Abbott ." Iteaih Ca-nunugli"s nworlt Auditor of Stilt: WillflT .smitli Ite-tcli Wllder's rnajoritj' ... State Tri3iurr: 47.070 35,017 -,-i i I2.!-!! .... "i2,092 .. !..": .. 1,207 19,!.-.9 .. re,wi . 31)1,-. .. 1,33 -21.010 .. o2r5V ., o,2si; .. 1,253 MiilO Ii'iliin W.u-on Fairciilhl- jppln" riiajerily.,.. Ativrn'y Otxtrjl: il.TlldoIj.il llationcll KanUolii"!'- minority.. . 4M97 . a.7S . 1,S9 t,! XMQ 3S,m itn S?trilri4kl of PiMie Jatirutlim; fra-er ....". ",153 CTiri-toplicr r2.7d 3Ir-. Siiaron 1mS i- racT majauiiy . . . Atncini Juttitt: Valentine Dmilhllt Valentine's majfirlty. IMi -,.22 , 3t.l2 isjKS coNcnsi. Firtt District.- i-hmifH if.-as rarroti H.lTtJ Grea 1) l'hif.smJorUy Setryd Itutrttt: CoW lltt G-xhIIb liji Goodla'- unrity . . Third District.- ltrewn 11,113 , 715 Ileiboa i&rf Urovrn s marHj 4jsn A peueral ortler ha been iiromBl gatnl from the war departraiMii aa uoutieinjr that recruiting w!H be r 'tiinHl under certain restrictions. Publication Notice. h thtrTaST " Cwtr " ?t The -t Joseph Mantrtarturtaj j eenifsatsy, 1'laiauff j .zains fv2fwL?rS", ES2 f - 41'' L JJr Defradaate The boo. e aataed defeaslaate. Jaatee J irl. ( iw.ni. ufc," Woodwcl ami Jaha K Hi ""'" i . "T1" "ake rtotic- that they ha-e beea saed by Uf- , . 4ce bbsmsI pijiatiff, ia the abeee aaaae c. all, l that aaies. ths-r answer the tuuoa of safci! piJuaUffaraiatttheiBiiiedtn W aectoo ta laa 1 ojeaftjrrko'ihaKirart, brt:thAa7af , rB7- "--"I ad f-ftitioa will 4-e takes at trae I aaaysufraeaJ will be nattered ta read actxts la , t" "M tJiubStat ipi-H Wwhu. JaaieJ W oodward tar lbe earn at aae hm.nl : " . aadetrataml funr-fir one haixtnlri daaljrt b. alerts oaidtWfre the-a aaraf tebnur-r, un. at the rate aft'S fiercest peraa- wtai aad fur u ftirther Ba of S.3 a an Altec- ebnurr. IS7. t lise rte eften per seat pera- fouo-m-ur described ml e-Ude trlasu b. the The alhei.f qatrteraftbe sanbes..! aurbtr arel tlsr aarihea.waaxref aflbeusiataner ofeeettoaNo 7 awlthenera.ru.rasrlere'th- iia'et oarter aad tAr Ha!lrr qatrteeaf ttH cetft, aaarvr af nxtia .No. a. aOts neer At Nl,ei,t k ttm a.r k.&s. Sfrt '-r,!-s-,,? T: "- rait, radwa jaans4rc ta rlrs. tS: ,ree- .r ..t ,.m!a-, aLC-is A DVEC. zt-t riiacr Aa'y The cities of Lawrence, Leaven- worth, Topekuand Atchison arc mak- ... , ,s. t nig an orgauizcu eii.irt to setm renci to the frontier. They knew how it was themselves in lsS.). Publication Notice. Stats or Kas.-a-. ) Ceuatj of scdjrwieV J'' In the district court of -aid Sedjrvricl. County Joacuolne Williams, I'laiatiS', 1 Airain-t ! Willi ira J Willfamuaad Uazh I II William, Kefendand-, ) The above named dfeudJBt-, William J Wil liara and Hush. U William, are hereby notified tint tiler hae ben sne.1 by the bo" e named lilamti'f, Jureihme W iliUm-, and thit ualc- they tin.-vrer tlR-mUtiop. of djid plaint S uzaiu-t tbtm tlied in faid action in the fti!Ice of the clerk of the district court ol said icdiwick Count) bj the Till day of January. A I IsTA said iielllion will be taken as true and judgment will be ren ilered in uid action in ftor taid tdamtidT le (jumnsthe suddeftadaM, WillianJ Willi'W'.. to jiay to the iilaintio .lo-ephine Willtam a--alimony in ;ro- fur hersupiuirt, he suni of five thoumd doll trj.andclttr.:u!rthe I;eal Kti!e of the defendant Willi an J W iliiam., in -edw ick Co'inty, Kan., w ith the parment ,f the Dame, andse'ttinsadileand annllmfrarouvtyancemailc by the defendant William. I William to the de tendant ilusli It. William fi.rthesoull east tiuar of bcction iJ, In Township., otiuth uf Kane 1 u cil; al-o lot three and tour, aid the -outh lull ofthe northwest qaarterof section one in town ship ia, south of ran? 1 'Ve-t; aUo the outhets quarlerof section 34. in ltnnhii -St. south of ranpe Jeaat, alllu th." countv of scdwicV and state ol ljin-&4, and excluding the defendant, Huh It Wilbanis tromall interest in said real e-tate, and lor the aleof said real e.tatcto-itiilJ said allowance ot alimony, according the prer ofaid petition 'I he said defendant will Iiirther take notice that on the 17th day ofXoveiuber, A . I. 1-74, an order of attachment wa dulj Hsued in said ciuse, and Wi:, on the 1-th dax ot Novem ber, A II. 1S74. dulj Jcrktl by the ahcrif-f setlw itk county. Ka'nsa. UKn the s-ild al e described leal estate, and that said real estate will he sold It) irIueofaid attacl.ment proecditis to -alisfy the judgment rendrml in s ml action NovembtrSkl, 1-71. sl.l'-s .. 1 I.II. Sl-I Attornejs lor l'lfC. FRANKLIN COUNTY NURSERIES! 10 THE PEOPLE OFSEDSWICK COUNT". 1 am preiKirl to furnish Fruit, Shade or Ornamental Tre:: Small Frail and Osags Hedgt. AT BOTTOM PRICKS. Al-o to Contract for ivttinj Orchard w llolge and iiiure. Tor further I'.irlianlar-i Cull uu or Address OSCAR REED. Wichib, Eas., or Iniaire at the Eagle Office. .il-.-.m OSCAR REED. GROCER I ES. J .0. WST. W. (j. IIoucs, HOBBS & "WEST, Wliolrtalc and retail dealer. In G-BOOEBIBS PROVISIONS and QDEESSWARE U'i: Aim Constantly Uiickivino IiiM'.CE SUI'I'IjIES; jf- FRESH GOODS! l)iret flom eaatern niarktts, and our facfllti unable nt to offer Mip-rtor ihdueeinentu to lh." rtibliiK I Hirha any- tMn; la earifae. Corixr Iint awl Main atrrct, 9f-tHi Hm I' Nslisaal Iianlc. Ti... ...... , - ,..r ii.;in.iiu;ii Mnnn:.. East and West Grocery Store.feJ-e.MiMJr. J day uC DoMnher A D W7I, tetwtaw rat hwrra V .,iiL3n, '1weBlaiKl EetsillXaicrUi r-z. t. ri r tp -o t rn ci i "s- -- " "-- --"- -1- J ' - ; joaia w Whu f aW D lSaden ; ' Xtvicrin ..rt. Una, Jtu-Ul tatrirt, seitevtch ', coamtf Kbjmb i By vlrrae'Tf aarr nf tale iee-l m at tbn 44a .' trMt evrt ef tha Uih iaHxtai 4i r ttnom a ami tor -Vrw-k eoaaty, hanaw vherebv ' lmimti swer? ii btauMJJE. a4 orjia ( StncU ConItiir In pnrt of'- SUCaK HibeJi u kurisigf. COFPEGt,Kpm&Qtn CTueke:. TEAS Fintset aror. Vtim ton. SYP.L'Pa-C'im't be feet. j TOH ACCOES-PinH ystrtt I-tail , to Chapost & 1 i t , ISw J-.1..:aa Zlammmii v-ik'.-vis mrnx 'iis.:' I .,. r- r ... ,- , 1 ; liict-wrai;!. ww"". -. w!BrTiTBBaatsVr I ! other. . .. "-a a r-" T MW f , aTa-r laYl aff at ' 1 ' ;t;.uc-iaa.i.ie.-.s.j - rtrrarv i Vn nttS'Ti rtTsI lKiaia. .wu unir.u ri.in " .. . , Ererj - thin? in iu .soa. . . ..... . I.''.. u, ,.r .S.. . .k .A . ut.i.i r--: n.rj n... n..-. l"i' nw '" "---J "" - ' -. -, . - . , . . , . ' ..en I on. nrart, liiwiis. ..i CT7TrTTrTT A - "FZ-AJi'TSji.S. , . - .,.,. ,. Broaa Corn Wistti. I aill extthanr ryadr xaaaV Uragbft Sat cara d tarefnl u asy pi-re d-col WTtaiU V U ilt LECALS. Sharif's Sc. GiorgeJ. TiHofcwa. v- " CJias J" llolbroo- f and W. H.Simter. I IJistricr Court, 13h Juiiieiat !i.Tict, sJg-rict County, Kaai-tj Bj virtne of an order of sal U-atI oat of the lli.trict Court of ih- lith Judicial l)i.tricJ, il tingin anIforSrtl;wictontT. Kn-a., lirre in George J Tilljl-on is laia:ia, ami 1 iurirf F linlbrook acd 1 -anderi are i?luUn:s. I .vill, on Muadav the llthitjrof leiemHr, A I 1-TI, between zfce nouis of lo uVloc t m . ami I o'Clixrkp 13 , at the eourthou-e doar, in theciry ot Wichita. ofer for Me at tiublic auction, to the niche.- bidder for rt-h in mud, nil the right. .llli-sou imerrti u tar ueieaujau v luncs r Ilolbroai. as J W I) Sanders, maiiJ li I he fol lowiusdejcnbcl r-ronerlT. ti-vit 1heMuthet CilquartcroeetwDVo twenty- I Tea iz.1. in town-uin ao (.' twemv-aine. nnse tit two ea-t in -elWicV county, state of Ivau-is. and amirai-e.1 at ss.uj tr acre. Sam real property i levied upon, a the jiroperty ot iteientiants i urte r iio.orook ami t if sau ueranl will lie sold to satisfy yaidonler of sale -hcruT"oCice. Wlchta, Kausa-. November 7UJ. A. II. 1-74 I V II. JIAssKV, sheriff. j .-li:s Uycr. l-Iam,tff- Attorneys. 35 tssna s Mis. il Undtey Leu, ) v Airreifli. JeViar ,V W I. Sinners ) District Court, laid Judicial District, Sedjprirlc ixHiBty, Kansas lit- virtue of an enler of ! ioueil out of lh t'islrirt Court of IbeUlh Judicial District, sittins in and for .-tsipwivS. Coanty, Kaaas. where M Ltadley Le plamtUT, and Alfred II J 4-in and W I. ,-awters re Drfend.nls. 1 will on Monday tile tltadavof Decrrnlrr, A I 1S74. betwu-nta" tie hour- of 10 o'clock a ia and t o'clock p m at the coort.miw d.r in tfcc cit; of Wicbiu, K3RIU.1, otfer torsale at obllc nuv uun. to the highest bidder (or cb in haml. nil ibe rtht, title and interest of toe defendant; Al fred 11 .lenl.inand W t) -aa.irn in and to the follww ua described prot rty to-wit Ihe no- tli half of we noutiiiast qoarier cf sec tion number (II; elevet,, n township No tin) Iweniy-nlue. niiije 1 et, in thrnnni of-r,! Aiek iwl Ktafee of i,aa. and appraised at eini l .liars peracre -at real initerty I levied up ou as the proper of detendanu Alfred II Jen kins and u' D -ander, and will be sold to oat-i-fy -MKlonleraf -ale -tiiriiT'soiaec. Wichitv. Nov 7Ui, V 1 1-74 1 H MAaSKY, thrriar -lu-JL Dyer, l'laintlff ' Attorney 3-4 Shrriff's Salt. Marr K -taitU. rUintitT, t t Lycursn. Hunlap, Mary f DanlaiiAW 1 -aiHlrn. ) District Court, 13lh Judicial DUtnct, -edgwwl. Count; . lvanaas l', virtue of an onir of sale i.ued out of the District ( ourt. of the 13thJudiei.it !ii-tnct,itttLj; in and fur Solew icl, Loimtj . Kan-a, hereui Jlary K -mith 14 ldaniiiir. ami Lcurvu linniap ilar llunlap. and W 1 nander.aredrleudaut, 1 wi'll, on Monday the lllh dy or Keo-niher, A 1) s;4, hetHeell the hours of 10 i.'clock a 111 and 4 o'l-l.x'fc m , at the citirtlioue door, lu ihe citj of H ichita. Kaniaii, tiller for wile at pub l.c atK:ion,ti the higheat bidder tor null iu hand, II Ihe nsht, title ami inlrrest of the drfendint l.reurui llunlap, Mary Itiuilnp hih! W I s.ia. den. in and Iu ihelullomns dctcribeil property, to-wit. i he northwest (') iuarierof the northcan (ll quarter, of section o (23) twenty -three, intoin--liip.No (is) twcnty-lH r, soiilli of raitcc No (1) me west, in the i.iunn of -.dHicli, stale ol fans.ta and aptiraired at IT. e ilollara ler acre -aid real prop, rty h le.ied uiMiiao the pr .ert. of itufeudauUi Ljriinni'i llunlap, Mary llunlap awl W li -andera, ami ili t mdd lo eutiaf. faid order of sile -herllt oce. Wichita, Nor 5lh, A. I IS! 1. II MA hi,. sheriff slnsa.. ln.r, I'laiiitiff. Attorney -n SliiTiff's Salt-. II L Sills", I W A Mcljtiry ) District conrt lttli Jiiduul Dulricl, . -edgwiel. County, Ivanoaa II. virtue of. in order of sale iantt"! out of the Outnrt Court of the Mill Judicial district, ttiinx in and for -editwuk roiiulj, IniiHas, uherttu II C. -lino ipi nn'iir. u.d v A. McLaiiry i delnidant Iw.i' i Mi.-nl u the lllh day of lie eiulier, A. Il IsT-t. ui 1 o'elot p m at the coiirlhou-e .loor in the i in of icluu, -i-lgif ics county state of Kan-aa, offer iur sale at pulilu auction, to lh highest lildiler lor ali in hand, ill thensht, title and iniwel of the deleiidjui. i A MiLaiir), In mid to tlie foilov.iiisde-crlti i-l propel tj, lo-. it Lot No eiKht -lour on Maui blreet In the Cil) of l ichlla, in the culll of Slslgw irk, tilate ol .vana4, and jpprafocd at nine httmtrisl doll ir )aid rtut property 1 le. ied upon a the pnpert ofdeiVndanl A Mi Iiur) , and will be nold to alltl. said order of aak sherirf 'boiaie, Wichiu, Nor. Sih A I) ItfTI r II MA hY, shenir Ji-J simrik cuut)( baiiao!) ShcriiT's Sale. M Lmdler Lee, Lee, 1 i)i,etal ) I.y arcrus timLij Ilulrict Court, Mth Judicial ilUtnet, Sedgwick Count) K.mas lly irlue ot an order of a!e Uaueil out of lb, Iiiatnct Court ofthe llili Judicud ilKlrict. nit tiitje in and for -iibrwick county. ICnai.t where in i i. miller Leu u plautliiranil LjeiirRiia Dun lap ilary Diinlap and arid W II snudera ar. deremlanli., I will, on Mondty Urn lllh diy oi Ueuritibrr, A. I Kl, In'twcen the hour of K o'clock a in ami I o'clock p m , at tlie court hoitsi'door iu tlie citv of W ichita, offer for eal. it public auction, iotlie luxhea biddtr fur ifwh n luinl, all the rijii.'., till,- ami lnn-n-l ofthe de l.-nd:ints I,i-urxin llunlap, Mary Dunl.partd W l Sandcru, in and to Ihe follow loir dbcriben property, to-wd Tliesirtith half aiidthenrtlieat ntuirtcrof per linn No twent) -three, in township No twenty ilee, Miiith ofraiiKe.No 1 went, lu the county oi eilirwick and itale of Kanaat,, and appraiaed a lie dotLirx nr acre -aid reial property 4 lerii itfon ft lh property of delendant l.ycunru IMin- ip, Mary liumapand W 1 -MiHKri., and rtli lie sold to aatisfy a..id onier of ante -berur'a omce, rrbita. No. Sth, A I) IH71. ! II M-sKY, -,h.Htr. seilKwkck county, ' svw .. Dyer, rhuntilf'a Attorney" JS-5 Publication Notice. In the Ittrtct (. ilrt of the County of -edjtw lei in Ihe Btalc of Kaooun, nlliabethC' Ullncan. I'lalBtilf, .a, Peter lju, Wlllam H ssaudre, and Charles F. Ste.tr and llro Uerudam The abort uaroed detVnitanU, Peter la awl Owrle P Meiftrand iiro , n lit take notice thai they bare beei. owl That on Ihe 20Ui ibij o. May, A li Kl, at the May apecial lefiu of I In Jiatrict court for aaldroBfy, Ihe pUlalltl rveor ered a jiMlgmi-nl, ajramet the clef,lint I'et. I,aux, upon a afA ami niiintaie, Ivr lh mt of ?(; 23 and thenmofP1aatorn,f ' freaml iMt of aait tacd at I0 II and for the sale ot lb KiHtMt quarter of weiion No, W, lu towmbl) o. T,, aouttiof ranrfe .So t-i-a.t. In tlw rrtny ol -edtrwirk, state of l.amuM, to sattufy mikI nm ) moiic. I baton the lllh bJ ot Ausuat V 1 ls7l,an onier of ale .a liuel by the clerk ol -..Id coort, lor the ale of id rejl rautff ami al ttrward Ibeaame .raaduly appruisl and aflrr rdon the2lidaj of NiIen.br, A il, 1971, aid real estate wat sold lor the .un of If, (j dollar- (!lt Mini 1 m iihiic Ibtn t.v.-lbintaafil .nuraL.I v.lUel to WtlfV cWid IUHM Of moRer . inat mere .s ." uv nw. nvi, Mn,i, na, j 1 mn tlif..nm of Aiy 7'iHitri inlemit fromseiitm- ::'--. -.: '.:., ., t ,...1 1...,-. ber ii, I"7 1, at I.' per ceui , Ihit aaid mon?e i a lew upon Ibe -w!ll quarter of th mnli wM quarter of wrtion No ."7, in mn-hlpNo ST, range leaat. in tmui county of sdewiek. ! un leyoH. the mid l'tter IrftuiarKUbarleal' -Itljt- .rl l!n. ansuer the ortltlon uf the tdalnUB I attain! you Aleii in Urn trx ab.,r enUUol ml li. theofliceol the eicrk of -aft court br the -O da. of Iember A I' iH,i, wui petuvm wilt o. taken atn,e and Judn.Bt will ! rendereil foi t&c Mle of mhI "t deacrlbe-1 real otale, to mti fy mM nlti of Vi 71 with infreat from -ratern-A, VtfK. at J lf cent in tcritfltthr wrt tlv nrater of lil petition M.l"-f A IM'KIt ti, I'tt'C Attory ShcriiTs Sale. ieorgr 3 TiI!oto i K M. IlBrrimeud f W D.al. J 'MstritX atari 1Mb Judicial Dwtrlet Sntrviek OMnvty nanaBfi i By Tinas of aa order of Mal bxuud ant ol the ' rLtw4 rMHnrik, lath Jttiliiua4 duftrlra. aittlaw l,u.i tar .sbrwlck. eoaate. KaBMH, Wheretr, oTMa'clMk a m mkI 4 o'rilttek p m at tk coari . tMMiBt dm in ts eity of Tf Km, narr art -nit sf uhMw aawtino. lo the hiffeat WddVr tar ert bt hd, U the rihl, lid 14 ifrt at the e- -witBBn ff MilrrtMaMMl W D talrn, l axUarbt JbUwalait (tracriWd pnrn, ry . t-w namJVUMTitaa,0, 0mh !Brfrjwet.liewB4fi-r,Trk iuanati KjMiM, ma auutmUwt aS:Mpt at. Mlml maaMJ Vrtd ! ."f . pfVBMty vtMtmhamt K M HsrrtM a4Ml W ) Sb, N4 -till bfW t aataafy tatM rtl j sheriB"'oo-, ViriliU, Mo WW. KI I i r IT Ma!(T, MMrdT Sheriff's Sale. ' VfefeV aad w I aa-Mr- are drfr-adaaa. I will Mmbbt the !h 'T "f Otrmbrr, A O . i hatwmm tar hoar, of I cine a a am i 'efc-i ! pmat the exrilJe 4o-r thee J sflCtelMe amor far aatttifix ' amznt ta ie httrheac m4 Se Jar earth :o h.bd. all the niU. Ml oner- DWea-tkedclVaeiMV SArranB il !D.aVa4W,. I and to ! 1'itotrim 4vrTrhl i aevMrrtr. ta-v.t I The aaaattBvri awtfter f awtwia 19. tolalmT '. .mtt1li,'lrl ' real areas ttt u le.-el apoa as the uivorrtr SeHnwaaa SScrttaaa r w-arte a1 W aajele. I a4 will be aatd to eattaf r au4 araar at a) fherar aatoeWvitaa V lath a r K7 j at-3 r H MJJIAJCT. Hkerj Sheriff's Sale. e! Raaav-TLs. 4r a rW-b ao-I It .-ie-. Dha - r - : ' i' I- I ;; Js. ' I tslse 4 MUKmSt lsa Ti4itf tbSlnr:. SX.tf tm wjfteB rsvmmtn Caiae afceseta I aaamart haa..etea u lwttat aa4 lerr Pfceib. , t M. - . - ' Ciu.I SsiT i I. Si w aMal W 1 alialataf1atir I Tah. Tall llaMlTi tWlU Jtm 'M-mK. i rare ratr - rr vt o . wrea a aa maa r, rumra . a-aa . a the c srriae-4r .a ie 'e T . ; tSav, Kacaas e-ftrr . pa'dv . - the lu.a hidiiirr Sv -, kml r.i rv ng -,v ; aBB naenat at the 'K .It Healrrt. ia . ''-,!- ra v vtAi '-t ,. amrri Mf Am ht. ia I Ia s ahli Ha VotW Jr. s m tr rrear- ; a4 iii Iii it ! It M t-t a J" e- etsss real prwaan i. let sec i aassh ae me arawrrt? of 4etV4au i -ran ralt" j M !-,. J" aeee i-aam tamt ptvatrn a a the jejem of tfV4u ' .- - , ua-A" J V-. ao-S i. o e ,J to . taat - n i - o a- V. o e Is .r- aa afssjer at tai" wmrta flre Wih, W VK . HC. r U A.t. hhsgrttf Taits Vp. Ittcmni. Kaa . OdaVrrS, JJJt "f maa a & ama. . .. - .at -.- - a. a?V.. t at it sa- . da.. . B .a - mm a a a Vrtssra -tt.ii .-irf - i newri frrfai i af,r Tusetrfitl Irtl r it yiiitr .,!? . .t.i ...!. ..... '. . ."T' '7v7.rf!T caahartr aiKctb? tr-vtt3f ijw;rry tl ! yrtjfirk f3T !; Srr 1 attaut'MBrA h. JkJlaUa aas ii u-b. frrear-r j-k -TKtaJc. MAi-rv- f.Tj--v? vsmsfdiTzVtrr, zzvi C Mlrjac, KctTnr - LECAL. ShsrifTsSale. Eliiabeth W alter. 1 v : AIexander,IIo!me A f V D. sander, j Di-trict court, 123 judicial iiUtrict s-jwicj; County, Kansas. Dy virtue of an order of sale. Ined cat of the district, court of the lath Judicial dHtrict. alttins in and fir Se,i;mirl: cuantr. Kanaa. uhereln I.lizalieth Waller U pUintia", ami Alexander i wilt, on W elnesly the lull day o. liecember, A Holmes n.l I Mnuer are iiriennanu. I I) 1-74, tietween tne !umr ol iu o'clixri. a, rn., and 4 o'clock p in , on aaid day. offer I.ir sale at the coart hutke door, in the city of ichtla, at public auction, to Use huhot Ladder fjrcahiu hand, ail tha nrtt, title nd Inlenest of the de fendant Atevtuder Ilolaie- and W 1 Pander in. and to the followloff de-cribnl real prirty to-wit Lot three ami four and the east half of the aAita we-l quarter t,'), of rectum .No r l shirr n ll-l. In tnun.hlik Nn turntt-etn rTl . ranir two (i) ot, in the county of -rUwics, italrol Kauris, ami appraiK-t a soilow to-wit Ubi torre appraised at$l9; Lot four a,'irabsl SCO, ami tho east hilf Ci) of thei-octh Mrcl iarteroi rectiun riKh een (1?) . lu toirtuhu, nunaher twn- t-!ten CO"'), range two west, ppprai?cd at three ifollir per acre said real pnerty i lened u;xa oa thd property ot deiemUnta Aleamler ihlnics and W 1). aandrr, and viill It eold to aiuiv sail onicr oi aie SftcrilTa office, Wlrhir, XoterelxriM, A I) 1S74 I II. JlAsstV, sheriff seilrwlf county, Kana. .-Llss.tIVKi:, rifffiatfy 3tti- Sheriff's Sale. Joaepb W -tom 1 v 5 John I'ha-nlrre and j Ui-'trkt Court, Isttt Judicial I)itr:.-: s.stgwKk ioaaty, Kam$aa lly vtrrsc of an onler of Je, uwie.1 oat of the in-rnei uimi oi in,- uin jtkiiCMt I'l.lriet, iuing in and for sJswiek .oui.l. Kanao. vrbereiu J.e W siwrs is plainm, and Juhn ciuamire and Vlrzlna cnaniire are te- iVa.UuU. I will, on Wdnetdd the Sth day of llre,.ilM'r . I) l-,l, at the ronrt houe ,iaut in the city uf Wictnt, tsi-tw een the bou of j,, u'locka m , and to'loikp m , uiiaiddar, offer t'jr.Jle at public auction, to the tli;,! Cul.tr .orcntliu hand, alllherijrM, title and intcrot tf the defendant;, John Uiaaioire and trKinU chasiuire, lu and to the following docribed nroiierty. to-wtt lit nouth wc-t nartr tu), of section number eieniwii (ii), lu lown'Mp numbertweiilv-ereu UT). ru.etwo ..cat. Insedenickcvunlv Kantan. ao.t apprilted at ILire dollars and tuenty-liie cnis r acre said ral property l leried up on as ibe property of DcteuiUuU John clutmiie and Vlnclum ..hatmire, audi. Ill be .-otd lu rail. 1 aaiu oruer oi ..ue shenit'a otitce, Wichita, No. ember 3d, A. I) ls,4 I II. MAsshY , -hetlff, -wlfwlck Ci , UaiiM. -I.Lss A OVUR, rifffaatfy Jl Publication Notice. In the district Court of tc -ttr of Kanaa iu and for U.- Uounty of seilgwick V ut in C'orbin, I'lalntitT.) vs j II A Tbornhill, MtltbU IhornUill ami .. j ihomlull, Htfuidanta. J lbe alMixe named defendants are hereby notidi-1 that they hatclMenmiedb) AutlnCoi bin and that uii trillion i. uieii in mo omce , me civra. ii lite Ui.lnct court in ami tor the t onnly of aforratd. claiming ufwHt delendant II. A fboruhlll, Iku uuudred dollar anl nil. ret In amount as M lows, to-wtt One hiiudiisl and lty-Uve dot ,ara with twelve per cnt mleiest lYotn Aligns jriin, i&,i, on niproiuiMHiry uoic, gi.entor .. Uuntoa on the lib day of I ibruary . 1-71. ami thlr- -U.e dollan. atbiruev frra lor lorrloaiux the uiortae herein alter mentioned And pravlni; mid court lor a decree lorcuoatug a itiortirar i..n b. the dctemtautu II A 'I Uiiruhill kiid .la- ulda A Ihorimulto Haul I' U Huiiton on the libof r .bruao , lt,l, to secure the ta iiient ii4 -aid note, aliorne. I.-e eitf, on the lollowlna docribeit n-al dale iliiated 111 Uir Ciiuiitr ol -elcw ick ami tateof Ivai.sa. t. wit Ibe aoiitbw.-sliiuarlrr of ee-iiou o 8 ls. In Towiirhlp .No ls-1 twent- itthttn mni;c . (tj luo.utl, aiMl prajuu aid lourt for an order to .ill aid premise or ua much uterrot a iu.y be utccaaar to utily raid debt, attorney fee iriM .ii.ta. Ami alao praj inj; aoid t ourt lo Uai and tonclo-v the lein or luicrent ot the raid de- lemiant A lhurnlitlliiinndlittpicmleaiirt urrii the e,Uit; of red. iiipitoti ol each oi b1 Ulenttanta in miki to aid toeiui.-, Ami eatit defendanle are nouued that nnl9v hey answer aaid ietili in on r hrlore the 13th lay ol December, In7l, tlieaaHie mil be takn meawljuduiiuni ill be ruuered ami deeirc anieii aa prajeil iu aaiu petlllull II.VIJl:I-AIIAIIItl8. ai-i a Home for rbiiHtirr ShcrifTcSalc. clurieaMelHuitnt ) m i: J lliiKKletat ) DUtrlct court, l:ill Jwltelal district, nlj(wkl countv lv.naa. lly iitiieofan onlerof Kilo liBl out of the Metric luiirtorthe Uih Judirh.1 Ubtttict, Mttlng oi and for seiljwiek (otinty, Kan.aa. whetn4H h.rleyiclloiin.l is plaiiitllf, ml U 4 lllwd el I U defendant, 1 will on -idonia) Hie Slli d.j December, I) 1S7I, at thecvnit haue door in he cltj of w trhltn. at 'i o'eloek p a. . otter r ,.le at i' blie auction, lo the nigheat lldrr iimhi be roliowinK enn. lo-wit llae I hud of lb. .Mir.'f.e iiiooe ciwb lu lund, one lbitt hi oh. ear from date ot aale. oe tbini in two Year. rom day of aale. the detered pa. nitnta u be v cared by notea -cimd by iiiiitojje mi mI'I piemieea, not.-s un ib fereit lh.tneiilfl to bear teteii per cent iHierest trotu 'late ol side, all Ik iiithl. title awl IHiereal of the defrndauU L J ,li,nle4al in ami to the fotlouinf descrili"! mat ,iroieriT, to-., ii laitaSo II). 117. lliaml HI on Main ulrret. Hid Iota S't lta, lis, t.Viuod IK on Water alrnrt .li id .in prop.Tiy imiih( In the elly or w Irbik,. 'mwii ick county, i. ' .,aiv -pni eii miiMni evieii own a ine oroiieriT l iicihhmhi n ,i vie- lie. .'.,.. .t... .. ...".-... ttlood etnl, and will be otd to aatUfy order ol SbcrllTa ore, Wiclilni. Oat. Sttt. 174 l'llIART,MwfiK -jedcwlckCMnty. Kauxw, al-S Sheriff's Sale. I.omia I A. C, lluaranuvU tat. Miner ( PtmilnglM.ua,! W II Sindr, I HUtrict Court, lllh Jndjeial Di.tr 1. Nstgwh-k . ..unry, ijuuiaa lly TirtwofanSrUrrof Mle, isiwt out of the iiiricjeon oi iiimiih jwik-wi i miner, tiiia) n ami for Stutrwlek I omrr. Kanaa. wlinrMii lavimto U iiralHtlff ami l.liaa I'moliMto .1,1, .1. (entUBi, 1 lll, Urilnead.) the will if Deceuilier, A II I."l i Iheionrt rtowwrdoor in Ih. city of Wlcrtita. betwero the Immhh of If ,'Cbxika in , and t ' clock y in , a aatil "lt, ilfer for to I at public Mfrtlot,. IO the btlM4 bidder for eaoh In hand atttbe nichl, title aitt) aterst of the deleudaliU l.liaa l'eu4Hftw, IiiierTH 1'enHlAKtuii ami W D -amleralB Ibe follo-iwiiI-rnbe. real (inerty, U-wtl Ihe north b.ilo) the nntlh we4.f Barter Cii irf action ntb T twenty. mix (1 IB t WBlp B4HII- trtvmtiy-rutnitf) hmid ot raav wiMtn' t weat iH-edjfwicke.rtMity h . aMlnoofl- d at ebrht iioiMra iM-r acre 1.1 rini m.rr) leeied Bpti aatbe proipert. of ilefradulN f.tlM iVnaMiitoa. Mlnerta rnolftV,i awl l Mtsdere, awl will be told to wctafy aald Ardrr o Bherifl"' oe, WirhiU., N o. ember l. V II ll II I MAKY, cfcerw, -t-l(P iek C , Knaain SLl's& im.'K. 11l'fl-y Sta JaaephW enrrt . k1 KHa W. U I starrt C Meyer awl .weyrreasH -amlen ("Mtrict cock, lith Iwlieial dufrlr;. -.!;: wl rotnty KaiMaa lly Tlrtaeof aBotilrt- of aair laeuot ot of the dtatriet at of the Uth dirwl dbvlr-l illlu o ami It heiltrwick eoaB4i. hmM, wbereia I'f-p4 W. storraia pUintit. ad llrt.r. ewl liHa Meyrea aod W 11 -oder. are deiemtuBia. I will, oa We4tay ihe th .lr of Deeemlwr D Kl. befw-en IB b,wof oo'ii. a nt ind I o'clock p m . on said d-. otter t.r p ih court hone m. ib 11b- en, of VViebits., puMle BiMttcBt, lo the !iiirHet bobter for '"ah ;a piawi, ll the ribl. mi, aed imVreal of the l- readata( Jlirre. rnl htitm Merr an 1 H t eawir, taamt t- the foil wl i-rril-. pr'.j erty, to-wit rheMtthrMitarterorei,dBH.bT afl flS. la terWBehliBttibr rf t -rr rti, raene lw weal Ib therrmBly of -lrwik bimJ "I tttrmm, aA apjw,d at tbr-e l,.:lr ami an. t iee erre d real o-.nf lerinl opoa the peotrl r of .U-f..l,i. i Me.rra 1 ., Meftea al l Header, ami elfi he ..iJ t . 4atH.fr orier of ae herUrir Birbi'a Ji, 1 j j-j rilM--Kt shrirr Sed-wkk. eonBty Kans., by i.i ' in r.K, 111 anafl r V'l Shcrif; 3a!c, JIry h nH. ; ' , hahMiie KBeedlet aad W l HtmArrr IMstThn Cwtt Uth Jo.tf.al llatxk t tsedc ' Ik Vaamtr. If.ea.i Ky etrtae nt a oedrr of al booed ant if tfc IHatrtet i.asrt at raw tnh JavtMtel Irvirun itttaf aod tar Aehywlnh -wl Ueu h.n Uary K .mrrhMi bI.IbI ff ae iti K teSI. r urA W t 'taaArm r ea.da. I mm m t,4aeeity Ihe art. thu of (aenraaW II ' M the evert heebde deor ia ihe r.ly ef Wir nrtecea the bob r "f K "eVjk , m . ! t 'wt. m oaarfl4a oat, Im j ii m Hie aaptioa, b, tfcettthmit ker t-tr ' Sao.' tae eiitli , Hire awl mvmx 'tf roe Uw. labffuo ttseedler ed U . an aw . he VA'-amiMi aeaeriii-il yr"yf t-irii tM BGaatMr Mi imfrr4 aad fwsry-een !?? mi alma rat. ia iki,m f Wi tu - i ... aimie ee.ra C. "Ut,ii 'lb wo ',tu i. ow ib J J II. lt.e mt IKtee k fce eate ., ie,. a4 th :.li-w,i aaeafiti" )ae-' am HrglaaMn . rh" -f"h eaet earavt f ih eorh. eeet aarirt f ae ir ? ,ataea It m eaneah'f. " '.Mi e ei tc 'R vf rp. -e fav rw,rf t"e reiTi.j f., ha tese efeet eiin r." Jw-a-e a-jata fe , eit, theewe a) b, ;.1 f beBJMji; a.. siift lumatf -tMe ham. Lul "... 'K fym-mi ., l.i " , ' mamtart at w . l V 11 at lawl tfrtft a at real rer'- i ! d t-'i. BeiiTmer ' tit ttmta Sabmv. hwMetier ,! T ji aeasVt. I ati 'iv ,jd i ii,ti .J 'jr4mr A - . -ier . i4rf M-hifa ", $4 I. Ci. f M str rt S - .. K 'LI - a DTlii ru t, eve-: r. eei H tlamamvra 1 W fhtjlay-a, Inata M m r.-,ir at a X yaae.fl .mpvi.i fv. iaeteate t i basse tNacrtse strt Uea JaOk-M Iri-rrif t,ttvkt hamma , r,-e -.t aa -tlrr rj taar iaaeel B-ar- rf tiwo-ir1 -rr-. f ii-, rb Jwtesei tssetrart .' a fe4 ' '-erwsr Caad) Heasas waese3 ..k- I! Mrrrlsrtftst, rt sMit sad J w n .- iraecee ar.tfgeeeta. JsihamsB ere aieassd rhe ft, aaT - " rear. ae .- - r- a . ,ar ''b! Aar. aaW - -he ear 7- twrr aw-hsiw & , ,-' !Lf ' ' - . - ' ' ,w al eft -he ri- uiir avl Murstt rf He - 'trtvSC,! tr l.tJ.,. ZLH aa fV ,....- eet i )i IVsaai aamra-rat fh. eh -eel ,aartee .aarrmwaaahmtrta 'IM mamiammarh ease i-r , .a.rjs i- i-t wa raal ftiaaeieri . to-air , -e.jjr. '- "1 ; rati iaajl , jaausar a ose Bern ssaw aaeiee- t rvma aar otateea. 'an la leaie aatabee tweaf. rS, eaath at raamr asa eote i a ir eaaah ae- art the eearh srf te taiT eeeea r aael the aae-ra """' s--e -jseemr-a amurarr m r-rna -u.tb.t . m .a tftssaeaa-- aaai rttSft- f rVf inwrt e - - - m.i a rti .9 t asjfaasa.Bte I : m I a -, tatum .eks . a - V'.'i '-Jrl" at "- . ahta'lMBt aflahe ruM lirte aa? ,' .a . ri-f 4 n4eWMr-a, t teaaey , tarf rhTrnTt, K tkwk a a ea on - - - ---''" " "--. rahhreeajxtt i - eble mt Ks. 4!4 In StUrMAce ...i-JL.t .VT iT.. tamrmt MW,r .4 . J . . m . , -- . at aot-rp i osa i C .V lH- A te etatf m r e-riesl aayaa m hv yeeeny at 4etcasaasM ff l-hvatj- traeaet aa iajreeasf C J aha ib aerl sard rM be eotd ta wait ry uk tmrj af ie LECALS. Sherif f Sale Joan IL smith. J h. n llarrla j District Court lith Jo-lieial DLttiel, snlswirl. Canty. Xaxia 15r Tirrueof an .inter of salciaucd oat ol the Dlttrict Uturt ot the Uthjudiclal District, ettinc in ami for seauwick o.untr. Kanua. whereu. John It -mith I- pUlmtlff. ami L II. llartl. de fend int. I will, oa Ve.lo.-Uy the Sth day of IVe ceniber A I 174 lietween tbe hour of lu o'cl.Kk am, and locluck p TO . on said day at tae court hou.e il.sir. In the city or ichita offer fjr sale at public anclH.n. ! tre" blithest bidder for c.s.h ialuml, alttne rirfhL title and lnlrTrM ot tie defendant L II. liarrli In aad l the following describeil nnl pr-U'erty. to-wtt Ihe outh wct quarter (VI of M-ctloo No thir teen, (13), Iu township .No. twrntjr-ee.nn, (ii) aoulbof imw. one. til rait, in the county of Setljtwick BQ.ti.tate of Kansae, and apprainl at fl.e dollar peraerc said real prolru Ulerii-l npunas: theprois.rtTof detradanl L. li llarrt, asd will be old trt satily t-ald orit.rof le. sberliTa ntSee, Wichita, Kanua, Noiernber id. A I 17I f II Ms,r.. -bertrr. Sedgwick conntr, lvauu airj Sherif Ts Sale. Warren It. ttcaraan. ) T II Jenkins, i Dlltrict Court, IJth Judicial DUtriel. e.lx-Wic luunty, Kaiuai By rirtue of at. order r aal,i Iiaant oi.t of the District Court or the Uth Judicial DUtrtrt. Mttinc lu and for Sedewlck Cwuol., Kaneaa. whrreta Wanrnll Iaman ta pUuliS, ami T. Il J.nkina delrodaut, I hill on ..vduevUy the Mb da of leceiuber A. I Is74 betweeu the boor ei IU o'clucka m .ami 4 o'rbck p lu, on aaklday, at the courthouse Amt. in the ell? otWIchl-a, offer far rale at public auction, to the hiytaeet bid dr ftr cash in hind, all the r(M. title and la teres, of the dcUmlanl T. II Jenkina, in ami ta the Ibllow in, described realpnsrrty , Uwii rhe nortbruat quarter ('.) of aectluo Sa Hurt, fjur, (31), tn tuwaibip No twei.ty-st-i. t ran-etwo. r." east, inseibrwlrk eauatr. iuterr Kaivsa. and appraise.1 at three dollan" ami SI fly centa fr acre -an! real pros-tl. ta brticl upua a Ibe pros-rty of Dte-Hlaiit 1 II. Jenkins am. w 111 be -old to aali-tv eabl onier of aale shentTa oSice. Wichita, Kao.as, .N'u..ivi 1, A li 1-71 I It M--.NV, -bens: sewjrwlck eounty K.u. -LI as A UYDi:. lM'iai alt'y tie Shorif s Sal:. Iield. Leiler AH... m t. M M Drew ami I U Vrfcaiij h i DUtrlct Court. lh JliMil DMnct -clf-t. i ciuinly, kauaas lly Tinuuof aneecutlitn ietuedvut of thedi trict curl ot the Uth Judlnul dutrict. slum.; in and f8r.-r.l-w ick county. Kansas, wherein liri I l.ellrr.t l'u . are rdailitll I', and.M M Drew ami I It Mtuujth are (irtemUnM, I will, on ,-atur.laT the Iflhib) ul December D l-:i, at3 do k p m at the rourt boiisc floor, In the rile of ' ichi ta, otter Iur sale at public auction, t'lhe hitjbet bidder for cash tn hand, all ibe tvhs, tut and Unrest ot the del. mlanta M M Drew ami I. il bau.h ui the follow lag deser(ted property bs-wil Lot o. 7! on Main sllret in the elly of W irh lti. raunty of .Sedwtrk, slate of haiitaa. ami ap pralsrd atl i .-aid real properly Uleilrd urao. a Ibe proiwrty of defendant M UHtreml n Albauh, and will I void to sali.ty mI.1 eecn tlsu sheritTaofft.-e, Wteliita No.embertthKI riIM-sti, slH-rlff. sedjtwlck coHHry, uteof K.nsas It" Sheriff's Sale!" II I, I'limrr, l Mar. Coirtiianaml f I) -audersi J District ( wirt Tbirtfeath J-aHeia litahTlat, -. uirkcouaty, Hahaee lly riiti-e of an onier at tataart aw of Ibe District . utt of the Mr JadwUI (.Mttlei, tins luand ler seJgwHk. mnnir. Kauss. mr, lu II li r'lnney I .llB.lff, a&i Mary Ci4ei.ua and W D -amlrr, are deOmUwu. I will, . u lr.lHm,la, tl Vthilay r Deeeflther. . Il bl at the cooi i boi.se door, Ih the en- ef t w im, between the houra or In o' clerk a in aH-1 I o'clock p in , ow Hl ilay.uiter furaa4r at p ' auetHMi. to ibe l.ljttve-l uoblrr Hat eh m beu all lbe riirbt, title ami true-eel of Ihe oVIsmlas Mary Luleiw.iii ami D -aler ih w4 . . . lulbiu ll.(- deacrlbed proxlly. wU lt northeast juarter 1 serliv.1 aaraesr . ie. (II) llllniMbli HHtiiber IWesMy-ioten ft") ..am ot rmiiie eiie (I) ..eat it. the eowMr al s.-fti. b ataleot Knitaaa, mt napMleed at .ivdalkir. p. ar Sl rcl ItttipertJ It le.lr.1 U.io M ,ii, leperty f dtieUmM Mary t ohim aad W D slcr, ad n 111 U aebl la aatatl) 4l.l eptei ' soertl's ohtce. WlebtU, KattaiU, Uat. t, D IM. I II MAffirJi . -tMetB .dywbkes.Holf , haoeaa SI.VViDTItK, 1-bli.tia'a AHt. -I . slcrlfrrSaTeT" llo-aeel. Ie, i I J I HiHltbaad C W D -aralere, ) tilslrret aort. tub Jadielal DttaHaT te-bywi k (.oOMy, KiHMaa. lly rlrtaeof ub order at afcr, laatM-l tM of in. Dietrlei . ot of the Mit. Jadtah-) .Hie. li( In ami lor -edkrwlak I oeoto. h -, wise i uoraee .. i.e ia kMeanu, atm J ho . ml W D isamlera mm d.fusaaui. . I wib -n. w eilneMtay the SO. dy t l-eemb r D I I at tae coart hsMse iiowr la th .-.r, .( ..i, i.,i Iwtwreti ihe leeara nt lo , . 4, rxi .o i i o'clouk p le., eaeatddar, otter Im e.li bH' AHclliH., lo the htp'tieet bublei n.r evh ts. bar I all Ihe rlftM. title and l-ifie.l ut the d.f.o.l.s . lobiii -intthendW D vtwlsre. rst ad u. . follow mit 'leecrib-il reel pr..perly, ta-wh I be auuih h.lf of the e-oiHi weal aaarter , I . ' ertlwH uwitherKu (I..) li. tuwuehhjiiHHnhsr .. ly-elj. I.S3) . r HHe owe eaer, 4a eedawhrk auoM stale of aaeae, awl appreieest at fee dssMors p. aere -aid reel propel i f latl-4 bb i prtspertTWitrteMtaHtaJvailC eioetb.adW U weter. and will he msPI hs-eltsfy aaWanlei i hertB"ar.laee tVlrhita. Nee trt, A II r II M sj.s,k Hkei eitfwick LaaatT, Kewesa, he nLl A IH HU, hit IT. an y WTI tf all. Shrriff's Sale. M 11. 1 1 . t - J D W iaeeaetarf etMtW D 9ea.aTm 1 Dietriet i - rhirteea!. lo a. ae,i( lek Cnutry, fiaaeas Hr.irti.i iw rfd. or , I, i, ,. , lllatm-l 1 ..on oi the I.TIB Jeilo I ,1 Di.felsrf, .. ttac II. ami .'or --.If.eleB e. ..l. K-io-.. , where In It II l,oWl'r o. pialotlf. sel J I' W t.n . steremi H li -aaueie er. i,l.i,iaor- I t it Ihe court h. M' d,r It. it i W t, a,i oa We.lne-.ta. roe arh ! lt.ei,, ., m WJI, between Ihe hoars ol P.. el.M IB an I i o'clock p rn offer B,r al i. r j.i.l.l ,. .urtsoe i ihe hhJIWrf bKldrr for '- in h-l l iv ni. ntte Bad lol.r.l .,( lbe -leiro bub I w l.feetter saol H t) -eacters ,n r I t,i rhe t leajlBf aM-iiied ineartf ., en Hb-1-artVi -luartel . f ae nunilrrtti r iwa !) in ... .sae.p nwl-i t,its alt if lll'-l,leH,rk.. ,l, Kan.es Iffee d'dU. s per i-ie aa ,., tats per i-r es the laeat" Beeper. K leafcrd aaasa e- the ueff tarelaaat J l (,r.lrr ama W ( tkeir, asal wlil be M la aaMaty a-ol eeaVr et sate WllWHS'f l KBtle, K . -aeenher 2 1 I) Mil I II M altr. faeriS M,L.t DTLK, n.loiiil. AMy. .-, sheriff' Sale. Stay ii rualdi. , I, Jah iHrfrtabat f W D hawtel ) !WeCaiirtTVraafJBh)taJIMaW w, . 1 1 tirtae at aa oeaee at eela er aa-Bis-aa-hHertaBBe Wk JM!J D(sMat 'iek eawoeji K vests, t aa Hie IHalriet l lairl of tae U t.ejr ia el tar i-slite 4 . Ami. I. h,i..SS. fc. I Mff lleele ts I H II -emWrs ere aVfteaaaei, are aerMsaessea. f Itt. a ' tmfat De.Wr A, b r.l . e faar, la the etir r VThaVK needeji Uteath the raiart bne twee the iManeT h ehsek a m inJIsVw. m aa ensrt rti. eoer tee i si pebita eae i ... rhe hth t bolder ri ,4u. ia lata' ell sr fc. ml, and iMereat ot clw tefeialaaai J. Hols tiel D -esfert. la end fc. the amli . . . leeeribed eel pe,,fty hWf IBe eonftieeat 'taMieref sertioa aaaaher ,. i IB Isswaekln aunth "f tereBtr irtaieasiik i ra twe I weet, lalMhywssk "mm, Ksew. aad praeeisrd ai itaeeeaad Ms hi .fcalMti . as re wi rsvt peT.T ss eisn etpri e tae mrmr of 4,l.so Joi. Iieeie Mel W I tmfr a a ill be eis44 tn sense's aeea erdr at eabs heris .olhVs H'lrhila Kan , layiii J . !: t' H HAamr.l7ma3 aertytrt i laaity, Kma I I X IM I U. nsKarK't aw'y M -, Publlsatlsn Notice. In the Di.rcMJ.oaTt fiber vmmtf afAMrre ,. k a rne eutw ua na Amytt arMfc, lr', . ee ' Je kaioi resdwaa . Wta l aeaateis Ixfte ) the asma ..r ..wj ajaheirf ia aaM -itm, ib ta aaVe riaer him o-l eierk W aBfl ' -art he Use hWk 4e f ,o bet 4 l Kl Mtrusa .! e uke .. war an rsatam rent e swVstmi .a . t. le Iasor of aeel H.iarttff aa4 eaiaeetst aas ' ear Jeete-H orlatsB fee 'h eete at va aa, aeree f- 'be 4 4.f - '" 4 Ufi . .. - .i I ha set ia rare of isse-re t taam p-i tawiawr ta ! alk ia aa err. ram j taxa-ra ul ft., ihe sate 1 the '! re.4 eebtle t n rW rwaer . Hale of It eases . t m. itt'W'Si I Syefe .. h eC -i- aK-rtbeee. farf - or ese4va e. r e rfm ta-'se sa eeaaeB.f ssiawi eeeatr at ... -. f saaa. amSie mur rmtpt oaais e aas4ee" . ul arj eelrt ya-M't annf .issstteroe . -- t taa ith bk eire aelat aaeevaf U A KVrvM. rkvr y. Notice U TratJitni. raeer -vim he a ectt eirmiiaa. taj Taw-t er.ef a4fiw-i. -ta "maatliy. Iiaasna t tttet atlhe iahi 1 ta Wtehrte Tata san V the kwi eiaMlim. ahieyeee as ah) feae here aVrfet feet s otaraeaw enj ataVa bmbbbV aa4 U eraa srse waehea eiBjant ahBss,ue raat he tereeras as 'a., .tataaaetwae ee Mh t. wi swrosteate. Ua4tirT KXt Htrt ar1 ' WtP " W'9tfmW JraawMPa Shrrlfh .Salf. t ijaaxn i f taaaea j lesvflha CaaW s.1 "T ssetae at ahv at maita. leoartes -art anthe Mha iaaVsu Ut ru i. Ml i sa aa eee eeaBPeitaa lataaelae tttaXa? te narf heaeae , (ShaattS mm fAsaeae W tt-saa j na I a ,i tm M -mbbv (He ta tearhat trt areas sty iervs -ah4reS'ieVeallaafaf the a-et i- j - ta, 4tait ussaxy jeta irf !:... aiaaapaMesaTelU ei rs - reeee aeal leal area. eft la tMadmm.,- www ZmuTai7iaf eerfe-t, .,,, -t a -srehiha. Jiae ta K Vm t s , . r- A .. . L f - H-i f n XAanfff sSweetc HOTICL t imr rinr.. , sstaeae 17 at( fii. Itub. ar . .. .. . .. .. 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