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HH9lABflK.' '""I., ii ' ' ' -- r iwWHTI it 111 . . "?- ". iV -i"f: T V esfs - C4mAzx , t ' ''jifvi MpgAw fc I W . Wikfyh . CI uinr TlHMtSDAY, 1KC. SO, l!74. Is the rircman's Kciuciubcr tli.it to-night ball. -ec mlist Illack .V CorljcU fay about buying Time. Micnt73Iaoy lifts moved hi otliee Into the jail liuiititng. !.. Ilais and children arc exported home ll '. v ovk. Vi-s Ilaldwin lm returned, alter mi absence of several weeks. J. I,. Wober i making Wichita M head ; -.art' r for ibe preont. Sec notice or a eah for a mooting of Stoel: l.clder of the rirst National Hank. ". up Sehattntr ant! .Jim Autrim have rent c ' Kagncr'o jtsrkir bIHiard reouis. Notvi iJlistamJiu- tbe hard time from ten to twenty loaded ears- come In dally. The work on the continuation tit the New t ark biock is prsanTisssh,;; finely. Mrs, W. 1). Peyton anil children have fuiie to Dnporfa to spend tin- boHday. Ta cily wiieois jed tor the holiday v cM.on. Will opcu swain on next man Jay. ... P. SilVsIttrr has been appoluWJ Post master at IaWnl-illa, vlee J. 0rrtttritie4l. M, lata Uuntonk jd 31aler Charles " 'r or JSmjwwfa, arc tpenditm tin lwvHdiys I'.ccity. A. ut ou Iirif ! Km aatr ' " stale, t; ndod Dtroae vveek, missing an iue da s' n holiday v-sat.. i..' Pressbriurtiu Sundav toiio! had a f at nn ChrlMinas cr.. In hta at a tree, awl a. - c'.i attended. .1 i. . l.tsiMeht and 31. W. Levy attemiwl Um Instalment ol otSceni, MaKiirio, ami the htl at II .tv.lnnon. toH JItiKUy nffflit. i::i.U A 0rtU MeU 'IXtFMky to l.rm car ha4 of caatar bea Mmr- I ... r f I il-.-ci .r . liu 1 .' Uanci .-.a m nt ami ' M.n! '... . ar la . - 1 hurficU 'f'- of Uw I".a3Urt Sa'..- . iiinnertt the MUtotani I ,ri-unday. -M.-In;- from U-.e manlier ji.'jit i mirth ly tho' TJi li, I! Items From "Dos Creek. Some very good people in Uocklord town clilp ill need assistance this winter, yet tliev are not discouraged, all look for an Y AND COUNTY NEWS, 'abundant lian ct nest year. K-q. I.tt!o nho lias vifited psrltor lov.i and 31Noruri, tin:e Aug-J't, has rctunictl. lie say lie i non- wiilins to make thlsi-allcy Us home durins the remainder cf hi life. 3Ir. Little sold lily farm, con-Hling of a hall section liciorc he lea here, but U now maUn',' prcpamtions to improve another of the fame SI7C. Lait eeptcnilicr I looked lorivard to thin vnntcr.aml thought I should haro a hard time to get turoti;!i, I v,-as almost discouraged, but I firmly resohed ro economize. I had a glutton of a dos that was covins me about two dollar per neck to feed, so, I made Tom Williamson a prccut of lilra. II the wor-t come I am now determined that rather thin suffer for something to cat, I will make limb er sacrifice and itnt "cliewcn plug tobacker." llnice I.oyd will move on his farm In 1'ocL- ford, next spring, lie is making preparations to farm extensively. Trlckey llros. will havi two hundred and fifty acres broken on their fine farm in Ilock fonl next jiriiijf- Tom says lie want-, to ptit In a little patch of wheat next fall. Mr. Moon and Frank Moon, and Albert law are eating "simtnor-." and trapping In "Ar Lsnun' this winter. Iloekfonl uiwnhipand the northeast eor nr or sunnier county ha more dear running ktrennis than any other part of Kama;, of the satire extent ot Urritory, but oh, Midi names! Iloro Is Hitter creel., and bkuuk creek, and Dog creek, and role-cat creek. Jt some one. will atcrrtnin who named these streams and bounce a lirirh-bnl off his head he will obtain nt neriatting "ralltuilc. In speaMng of tliene creeks, I make no reference to K-'i- Wm. Crctiki, who live on Uog creek. Ho i a granger and "sound on the gooe." Diek Wagrtcs says that a man who lives on lite dhiile, lietwecn Dog Creek and 1'o'c-cat. hauled water lor house use and for his fctock twojear, n distance of two and a quarter miIK. Tins winter he dug a writ eighteen leet deep, and found water in abundauce, Ioc i:erj;erlhe? upth"re b.itit wan't him. The Dojf Creckem and 1'ole-Caters and SliiintccHK srangers, will have a foa.t at the I.ittta aettool house, Sumner coinuy, next Saturday night. I uiil be there that the irohef" inay'be fulfilled ivhicti sayeth " V here two or three are gathered together. j to eat a yoller legged chicken, behold there am . i-r'leHW nn CkriiUuaa , I In the midst of cm. I '.va-, north ol here the other day, :md met Jolnr.liuks. said' lie: "I'armcr, lawyer Tuck er," ol Wichita, is a repudidamnatlonlst.' Said I, ! giiens not," shld he, "ucm jc, didn't he for two hundred dollars repudiate live thousand dollars, bridge debt for this township,' said 1 "tomo panic here enjoin ed the collection ol the bridge tax, and Tucker was their attorney." taid he, "if it cost two hundred dollars to get Tucker to repudi ate five thousand dollars bridge bond, how much would itcoit to set him to repudiate two hundred thouaud dullars ol railroad bond." Said I. "Now go lo lighting the S. I". railroad, ami they shipping -grub' free to keep us from stan ing," said he, "Santa Ve rullroad nothing, they don't own the bond?. The S. V. railroad company agreed with tliftn to complete the road bed, icady lor the iron, if hey would liiiisb.lt. The S. W. rail road company let the contract for one hundred and twenty tlmu-and dollars and they hold the balance, eighty thousand, in Wichita, and col lect the interest off of the county ach year." "Where do you live that you don't know that?" Mild I. "1 live down on Dog creek," said be "you do ' said I, '-Yes, I doo-." r.niMKr. Dooi.iTTl.n. December ICtli, lTl. At a mans meeting belli in the city of Wich ita, ill tire 31. I. Church on the tcning of November 10th, -tST.'i, a committee of li c was appointed, consisting of W. I. Campbell, I). A. .Mitthell, 11. 11. 1-Vher.J. C. I'ost and W. I. Stanley, and the committee instructed to pitber rtatitiics as to the condition and ncce t4tie of the county, with a iew to dcic mwe means of relief. On the morning ol Kovember ITtti the committee met and organ ised by the election of W. 1. Campbell, eh dr man and 1. A. Jlitchell .secretary. Tlioy agreed to corre-pond with the clerks 'of the cbool diatricts in the county, and obtain from them degiredinformatlou. It is hoped that the soi,cral K'hool district clerk will rc spoad promptly by isiting the head ofcich fomtly in their reiec:ive di-tricis, and obtain tin tatormatkMi r4jnlr"l In tr.e foHon itur blank ant! forward the came without delay to D. A. MMaliaR, Hseretary at Wichita. Wu al-o dc--irc the nmne of any iiersou who lias v.orlc to do. Taw tmTtaOi'p Inisttses are reiiiotetI to inniiah the informatton for the territory in UietrrevpacUve towBliivi not organizod into mskool dMrtct. gUtlU of thlny-tsvo siiool districts hi Sedgwick o:nty, Kauaai : r.fcts ol winot on IiamI 'I.raii ll-1ielolMini T,'M1 Baialwla of oU t.l.-.r. I'oniuls ot meat " lll.IWi rooo of weal and floor oi haixl. ... 'Jl.WT Ko. ol families 4S. Xo. over !? yean M . 1.1U1 Ho. uailer la year M 'i'- . taoraea and imKe on batxl l.Wt No.eaUteMlnuHl .. S;HS Ao. hog oa bnad l.SsO Tbo caatWfMee axtukl reapertluri; tepori 3Ir. Lane was driving his fine horse Christ mas day, and by a sudden turn of the animal the buggy was upset and he was thrown out olthcbuggv over a fence without being in jured much we are glad to state, the horse be came detatched from the chicle and soon found his way into the stable, which wa near by. All the damage done was a ".cry badly smashed up wagon which looked a if it had been run over by train ol cars. Our city shools arc In a very prosporuas condition, and the parents of the children are certainly salisUcd with our core of teachers. Wc learn from the principal, 3Ir. Ward, that the average cnrollemcnt tstiirce hundred and ninety-seven, the average attendance three hundred and seventy-ave, being a per ceut in attendance ol nlr.cty-jcvcn. Whole number enrolled during this month four hundred and eighteen. An increase over the corres ponding month of Iat year of one hundred and fourteen. ours has Ketii received lor -.; iww4ut, tat jMtgttl had to be paid a ,- wliH-h unonn'ed Vo over one hundred ar iuc Po-tjMMe 'unmade soother mote, it ,i i M In the 4a lime, tM ttate. It eau lie f -..n-I in MWer bc:dinc;, nest doer to tlw I .m .nd front alore. MrMillen A Co.fberse is tliiiiiitd. it is nice. We ') not wish Jlac. any bail luek, but we ..i no one erlB die in llH country lr the r. vt I r.n.Ired years to come. Ou'tr a Unje party ol youii" hiHas ami gun Hi lien nfrt out, oo CJuMmai day, to the r - IriiM nt E. 1. Thowqiaon. awl npent the w .:h Ihr Jllaaoa Tfeouipaoti k .. - i CM ket boa I l'.ndi r In V. -: store i ' . 1 Turt . , .U d. 11- : ;-na: a 1 33 .'it' - a auff but week, abx) '; e. . in sne mntl. Will 1 .-! leave it at ! InUbs A .ii their reward. ' rtainaaeat w weU at . i.naemeat atxl extra .''i no nek iteca-ion- sl- t . !. ir i .--:.i t . ItU. j IIM i-. ,irt ..: aa :4tor Mlt IHt- ' i nut I . 'i.jidof T. I. itay- 1. Mfwe." Uu borne is .Hi' animal. He tol: ' lirtkUfUI. ' i ne . I" v. .. . weal i .V I . 1s. . '(. ii-albn - Mr 1 o-l ;. tn in '-i 'i s witttottt any fs i ih laMatityk ofdre : i.:u l'arin. Sauta tlie U. i. .tty exactly. . ., ..! wTiiribMiaoB, one "".tndw, gpaat, wbicii at :; t mi .aMetl W 51, W. This .cd aad fed by the iaat lour days makre i etter on aaeotmt of ice toco lirlffrtuna mp 1 ark about ike atate C 1. - f s I . II. I .-my . .. il a u 'e .in e 1 M ' I i l " I ,..: be - . . . ;:. in-. i nfc f'W "' .i :. .i p - 'aott , tr v 1-1 ma l.trtir I . be a v to and S t -itueat . Mr. . ,.. .t. aa m HjI .nc iMi I'letr . I Iteai r .. i. ... t . ' ,i. ..' i ran- ii. i ty - . sn " l .. ... ,tia i'-u l. . ! ... " Sis,-.- o u bk ' !.' t'. ISM hi ' 4bfir. : Uu i a the at!MMjaiit of a piaaM for a OattMn ler. The asouwaint i s-taart judfos tabeaer) . bowa aMoiated bv - .. T Jtacaaaor eotuaty -i- talaMtlw tsojeetiag :.. - Ma letter ,3Jt, rila- iil nuts. . . i' i-aaui wtta i aobctt n -tmaacr eootdy, write. , i- n tteSattaaU, troaa ; ! of rani aad a box ol ' - i l.-i it. i ' ii- ri. fie can be U SLiJMmm mati- irr at rtawwifa kard- . r , n':1be tdaasad to saoet i . ...U. . ;: rj akaaaahjlH i-o-aii ;.r IMs atate; ovkae i-Ti- iaaat guallfcaarty sa.!;.t boy tlrataaa: : r i : i- )a i( i -: i .,v a n ! &: tbe "". ! ill iiii r at.t .a retaHtnsr ii, a note U . !,. be jJ a I4re the .i l.' :; i .-a arst at,bala rxn- .. i!'. of tie me v at. the above -tatiea a Use reimU of laeir imes UralicM into the coaditioM sad deHtuUoii of fedfjariek eouuly.ia tbirty-two telxtoi district no scral ditrit made no report. It nill bo otMH-rved that mt of the report were made during the nioutb of Nm ember. aad at bi date the detthntloM i mil en -tits. rrUatt taaatatiotics tbuv !raBn tlHsMScbeot this comity, desiring aid, IU be uppaed by tbe -'Ladies Aid s dety," in Wichita, aad parties so sapl int-, ill be repaired to present an order from the to -Msbip tmstec of tttelr town-hip. or from some other -tenon who U known. Till prc eau'ton ho- been adopted In order to guard apdaft latpofton. I. A. iliTCinxL. Secretary. lite taa reqvrin( the preKiment ot post age on aerpaaT soe fto elTect on the tlrt urouch das f larst inontti, when the publisher, In 1 stead t the ml'wribrr, win pay tbe pttare - , , TWa t to be don by taniHt made lor that . ,-r. Mr i.i- If. -.t.i- . iniaiMl J.. iIm. .ipka-e. '. t'je (Jira.n t'ir,-r ... , .. .. . , i Mortuaaa. ' n bait '. ' ;w m-. 1 "f at j -. .an t. .ill ' stiOjC .- am- e ! -1 'W K law .t !iterl4ae - '. o.-eva a aitL b.irb pkk .a' ;!.,- pmp..- if a lum- tr ssrdaM il ! v i. at b '. St Jhi avaataaaaaw n- mtati A .tBiea'' Ifll 1th' a t A-buag hi. i tor i i:! to Ml r nd W i !ia-, ...flj; 1 tfe ii. r-miMi. Jtark ;.'. a Itataf :.:i-l e. amUHii.tti . 1 1 :.!.wUs to I ' '.41- ' i r. sdratJ tUk ploee M. l:vai. arao BM.U J . r . ..aj-ot rrty.t.. '.r . 4 . . .wot; . 15 . mid is . n,'i'. writ tb. tti larl- ,.u i.r". .l!...' !. I m-ir- . ., ! ' . and n " !.k d bv W iv.. ..: i i .:. a ! : .V -:i t not t I. .nd t rfa. W "i.jan. a -t. tUer " A .'eat . f rbters sui t -.uw en a. tu' t tiport i: t. . i: er T j j r.pei uat'.r. am . ritra .Hid, .' - 'ill' :. s.l Urm .n ,. i'i i .a l 'Hilt .ttlfereta' uUaa et ' aief. M . ilr a a i . u- f ari: . le tiaei r wei !u!n : pet a -il. numlxr ii I ar': s. nu-e aae. U iii' r. of l.n. p.'.l J u l . e - to the wel(rtt the pajiers to be taciobeaj at the paMt atUce. and receipt gtteu to the .ntbHiber for tbe ttamp aflied. How tbis.ua-ar ptea win ork no one tuons, neith er tbe Patau ster or pttbiixher. s-a1)0 tbiuk it writ be aaenttte (ailore. ubile 4her tluuk that it wi tacititat the work and be a sa Inc ta "be ahaaartaneat. ITie stawt prepared tanae tram taro rents to saKty dollars. We eAamlatU mnv vt tbe ftomp Jut rceelveal b tn-a , -twaiateroftlrts place, raatsinf trom ten eeattoMa. -'tur. Thej are ail of a uiil (.raj -ice, harjier than a leltasr ani' -ahout oar ii. -h wide by one aad urn -'iia'1 Inch k or. In.tbi iot He a there wtt but lu ...''ar-.the tweti s -tour cent -tantp i in a earinloe wk.i . tbe S mire on the stamp we shooid judge r-an-euMiied ttee. The eoter of tbe others lr,HH tvat.v-ur eont- down are black, and the tanuv rapre ' awts abe Haure Mi the alomc the national eapttol . On each atainp at the ntier eoraer i ttnires to deaote the aluc of the taaafi and ia the crater the MiLcrption I", k peotaajv. aad at the bottoai also the tbv noaainaiiot: of the stamp. They m doubt loot. well to rren beatr. Bale- it I pubiiaihers, for it a ! aaaddttioaai expense to them. p.-.- .nplaiat tne Iruoi !- nho hu" to crrni n.ir i. J. -maU's tana. . ; i i-.-.l a. ii lit1,)!:, and i- i.t taaam ! ir an. i.-h' to b-k a", r be a vi lead jiil h rbap .. t!r I J . tm -a a' ft. i ub f iBbi. Main: i I Mi 1 ' Iia c. fat- I la ItU h. ia ibal tb ci V4. and ral'.H'. i i, Ikaper. liarns . thai -' U. Vahta : n!iii:j has be at that aid. attt had snacaadltd in ; a aaa 't i teat '. an oiaumaajtion par . aad -on. n:n . iiuiaatta appiihilad aih t"".ua.p i'itejf aaf ha a rt-satu- v .ra Uasd with ahtiaalact :. lli M , i tstMaihaa ta tbe react 4 In respoaar to a eallki lat week's 11.VHLK, ricned aaor.y ettiaen.. a brae number of tann er, asiabatd at Ke Ilatt. An orjcanixition n )iaWaolBB by appointlat; or cieetlng one nwaaber fraan each teAvhip. Tbl organixa- Uon ban tat view no other object, than that of aex-urtaf aarain. privet pally corn and cheap traa-aaf(atiot for the swe. When tbe have auaaniph-bod ihU ebjeet they are con teat. Agtrat mam ot the larmer teilmit tbev can jtet earn tbrouffa free, or even at re dared rate., they ran Ua.e it donated to thorn by tiMir Irtend- n-t, but they arc not able to ' bu) ft and the freight on it also ; while ' tMMatKirs) of tbean bare an: the money to eith er bay or pay tbe fretgtit. Tor the benefit ot Ihart two cla was tbe orgautxation gottfii aaaal ftt H..V I aaa. nd ft Wii ill tV9 WlC eOnfilCi 1tb any ami im tuay , gfcw. $)nUF ta oxt?uinee. .aaTar of Kan- Louis the S. W. Uichmond wntes from St following: To Jons Ti'CKEit, County Clerk of Sedg wick county, Lans-.is. I this day forward to the Mate Central Committee at Topeka. thirty barrels of Hour and two boscs of clothing, and one bundle of clothing and four mattres-i-, lobe forwarded to vou. Yon will picae hand them over to the distributing committee of Delano town-hip, 1. McDonald.. lohn Unn iev and lili Jlcntcu. Vours for the caue ol life poor. S. W. IttciiMOND. The following letter from 3Ir. Woodman speaks for itself. We nublisb. it with the hope that some nill hear a voice saj ing Go thou and do likewise ;" To the Ladia Aid Socitt'j, Wichita: 31o,cd by an appreciation of your commen dable efforts in behalf of the worthy destitute In our city and county, with kind gr .-tings, I beg to hand you cnclo-ed check for S.V),00 ('or the month of December) and wi;hyou to con sider me a monthly subscriber to that araout until lurthcr ordered. Very respectfully, W. C. Woodman. OLD YEAR GET OUT. the Report of the ladies' aid society lor week ending Saturday, Dec. 2Gth, 1S71. City $3'J,iC and Mx pair of shoes, and one fourth ton of coal i Attica and Carden 1'lalr.s 10, 00 ana one-fourth ton of coal; Ninncscah 17,13; Waco 7,17 and one-fourth ton of coal, three pair ol shoe?: Union 11,17, one pair ef shoe; Illinois 12,12, four pair ol shoe-; WIbIi ita3,M; Grant 5,'W; Kagie2f37; Greeley !.0T: ;yp-um 1S7, one pair of shoes; Lincoln l,7o; Salenm 12,13; Ohio 5.W); Delano 2,60; Minneba S,ST one pair of shoes; Uockfoni 3,00 and Ke chi C,9j. Received from Smith Davis, of Angclfca, N. Y. 7,00; from Immanuel church, Cambridge, :ias., through Chas. D. Dean, i?100.00; from W. N. IMrdoe, $223,70, I'anloe, 1. O.. .fier cer county, I'ennsyhania. 3Ij:- Ii. 11. Kisiiek, I'res. 3Irs. J. II. Todd. Scc'y. School DlBtrict, No. 2. At a meeting of the citizens ol Wichita township held on the 22nd day of December, 1S74, S. W. Fitzgarrald was chosen chairman, and S. S. itidlc, secretary. The followlngpcr sons were appointed an aid distributing com mittee to lecche and ditribnte aid to the needy of the township : W. l- Green, Wm. IT. Cox, Geo. 31. alordon The proceedings of this meeting Here ordered to be publi-kcd in the Wichita papers. S. W. KiT7.cni::.ALi), Chairman. S. S. Hidi.e, Sec'y. I'oithe 1:a.:.u: From Kechi. 31:. llniToi: : "It is not good for man to be alone."' and this early proclaimed and eternal truth is constantly re-asserting itself. Here is our jovial friend Jimiay Williams who has found that out from experience, and being a practicle man he has applied the remedy and got hiniscll a help-mate. 3Iarried on Christmas day at the residence of the bride's father, 31r. Ja. Williams and Mis 3Iabcl llrlnley, .-.11 of Kcchi and l'ark townships. Here's good luck to .lim and his !oc!y bride, Long life, prosperity and much betide, And may no ills their joiimcj betide, Ah down life's rher they smoothly glide. May the winds of adversity never be blown Our the "mav-beJl" now all his own. K. Get out. old year ! Get out 1 Get out ! And don't keep lingering here about. Wc don't care whether you have got the gout, Or what's the matte r ; but just get out 1 (ou stupid sorrowful, sad old year. You maundering, mischievous old year O law! we're hearty glad, old year, To enjoy the kicking yon out. Your lfe is is a chapter of gncf and woes, You were always treading on people's toes, Till you set great nations at brutal blows. And gave their braves to kites and crows. You savage, slaughterous, sad old year, You mocking, murderous, mad old year O law ! wc are heartily glad, old year, To enjoy the kicking you'out! You prolonged the plague that destroved the ox, You d.isiied our ships on the grinding rocks, You aimed at credit such cruel knocks That on came panic uith ruinous shocks. You spitelul, slanderous, sad old year, You mumping, miserly, mad old year, O law, we're heartily glad, old year, To enjoy the kicking you out ! , You stirred a quarrel of class and class. And when we thought we had a chance to pass A wise reform, you abused the mass, And slang the lew. and it went to gras ; You sulky, scandelous, sad old rear, Yen mouthing, muddling, mad" old year, O law! we're heartily glad, old year, To enjoy kicking you out! Come in, New Year, with your bopeful smile, To end our ditty of blare and bile, That mean old cuss was enough to rile An Angel's temper; but you'll strike ile You nice, no naughtiness, neat New Yc:r You smiling, saucy face, sweet New Year, Your look increases the treat, my dear, ur McKing tnai oiu noumi out : ii:d. Lovcra A. wife oi Dr. S. 15. Street died in the town of Partuburgb. .N. Y., December IStli. Ifc7t, ol typhoid fever. MARIUl'D. SPECIAL NOTICES. Go East By way of St. Louis. In these days of competition the wise traveler selects his route before leaving home. In'ttaKx-t ev ery instance he desires to reachwliW 'cTest!n tion as speedily as possible, and for the ac complishment of that purpose the Missouri racific through line from the west to the cast, .ia Kansas City and St. Louis, offers Induce ments unsurpassed by any other line in the country. Everything connected with the Mis souri i'acilic railroad is first class, and the adoption of the 31illcr platform and Westing house air brake, together with iu L'ullraan sleepers, and reclining chair coaches, render a trip over the line perfectly safe and pleasant. Passengers from all Kansas City, Leavenworth, Atchison and other prominent cities, are land ed in St. Louis at seasonable hours morning and evening, and In ample time to make direct connection with all railroads .for every point in the north, cast and south. Particular in formation with maps, time tables, etc, may be had at the various "through ticket" offices In the we-t, or upon personal or written applica tion to G. II. ISastcr, western passenger agent, Kansas City, 3Io., or E. A. Ford, general pas senger agent, St. Louis. JIo. 5-tf Emilie Buser will open an embroidery school for ladies and children for teaching all kinds of iancy work, as silk embroidery, can vass broidery, crochet, tatting, netting, knit ting. Kesidencc on 3Iain street, opposite Oc cidental. 3Iakes tacjucts, children's sarnies, hoods, mats, men's scarfo, all kinds of silk embroidery and cam ass broidery. Sotf Take your hides to C. M. Garnon, the old est hide buyer in Wichita. 27-tf At the rcidencs ol the bnles father in De lano township, by the Kev. J. P. liars?, 3Ii- 31aria l'rinlor. to James C. Williams, of Kechi. .No doubt but Christmas was the happiest day of their young lives, and may each suc ceeding Christmas as It roll around, add new and greater joys; and that they may live to see and enjoy a golden wedding lilty years hence, is our wi-h. The fair bride will please accept our thanks for wedding cake. Near Wichita, at the residence of the brides father, on Thiir-dav Dec. 21th, 1S74, by the l'cv J. P. II.ir-ca. 3Ir, .Ioeph Corwin to'Miss Elizabeth C, Watson. Joe is married well wc arc glad to hear it, Joe, for that nice farm or yours wasn't com plete without a woman to share it with you. Yet youmeighbors say that you kept thencat cst and best bachelors hall In the valley. Hut it is gratfyltig to know that tho change of the household allairs have passed into good hands, and what is a home without a wife. 31r. Corwin will please accept our thanks for her rcmberancc ot us in the way of wedding cake. Wc join with your many friends in wishing j ou much Jiappincs, and a peaceful and hippy Ii!c, LIST OF LETTERS Uncalled for December 31, 1S74. LADIES LIST. Al.ander Jiiss 11 m ItjlesMrsil Hun Isabella licll Jtifs I Ilrialry Miss m I'rsunt iir.a ll A CaiLiua Mrs. I II Caropbill.Mrs K Campbell Miss X Carter iirs I" si Chip.iitnxrd LJ Campbell A Heaorciirs-siC Fuller mm O Fisher .sirs It Crita iirs II llirrtson Mra-CS Kcuiila Mrs Jan? . Kirby Mij m J.rws ill -a .1 CEXISi' Ll.ST. Aleianiler A GrcyTIios Abell XV S (,rar Jumcs Itiilev K F Harrington 1" I! ISeuman Geo W Ilerron .1 lielinettlC Hall mU liutiimorcm linguist S ISoyd It Hiil'tein S 1'urris ane Hamilton W Jones I, A Leslie Mrs J I.eiuinon irs A .M.inian iirs A .Miller uUaF Mcl'urnMfss K -lairr lira m K 3Irh Miss m Mattheua 3fi3 1 Itaimond llri I K I'jisinstill Misa m hlepliens Mi-s I! Smilb Miss J Whitenbeck sii A Wilson nir-sH Woolfmrnl I YViuans m :u Wygant miss m Wagner nuss m Van Xcss miss m Itatv 'I hoi Hidden si m Ilrassly V,' II Cook J Cardnell J (1 Cllne John Canton F.I Crane U i arlc c ueimiig inr Jones J Jennings J I) ICruer (,1uj Keofc J O Kitlr.ni I' lieilmoml C Il'iseiistill P liulisou II Itlehards II Uice J II Kiclmnl m fchaw I) .Stocknill i Sherar Ceo Stover m h Scbeele W 1 Smiike Wm Stearns XV I) Sansoiu KirLpatrick -wc Thoinson J W ilosty A Jltcrs II Morrow II Heroine I) f l)r ilixlleld.l I' 3Ii. W. E. Stanley was thu receipicntof a hand-omc present from the parents and friend'", of the children who attend the 3Ictlio dist S.iblntlis.liooi. It is a I.rge handsome knit scarf rf bcrutilul design. It is certainly nice, whit the ladies would call pcrlectly iplcndld ! exipii-ite ! The presentation took place at the reideuceo .Mr. .J. E. Caldwell, where a few of the friends wcra asemb!cd. wa presented by 31rs. Cabin ell who said : "JIu. Stanli'y: Please accept thi from the parent of) our scholars and friend-ol the, Minday -cbool, as a slight token oflheirregard ' tor- ou, ami yournouie euons to icau tue.r dear one to a loUng Saviour.'' To which 31r. Stanley, in the fjllowin ap propriate remarks, replied : For the token of our esteem, which 111 in just leceUcd. 1 mot "incerely Ihank jot I tie more man two nunureti scuoiars oi ii. Sunday choo!, by almost countless acts of e teem and kiiidne , hic won a cry warm place in inv affection, and it 1 certainly grat- nying lo t.iinw tuni. i am not mrgoiicii uj tlieir parents. 1 hope 1 may alwajs try prove mvcclt worthy tue Kinuuc: prompted your ginerouogift. Moss 1' Mann S McGill Thou Jlrlinnan Wm Over J i: I'rcscatt A r.igrJ.I I'artirageJ W Trait It l'arrish W ,1 Dbl.il J I Duiraii J W Ueilcnrick I KscusThos t letrbir A J FajetteC L Ferguson III Foster J A Funk S Fuller V." (Jilbert I Vi Ask for advertised letters. H. L. Wi:st, 1 lKllllpsOil .1 IJ 3 Tracy Oil Trr) S L Tucker S XV Wllhelm ft Gra ham ffwi : Watt K Wight K Walsh. las Williams J II Wilson. Ia Warren J X Wall'llio3 Postmaster. SPECIATj N'OTICLS. Jlincc meal in live pound n.it and West grocery. pails, at Alien's, s!9-2t New Orleans iuolasc Allen's. Extra quality, at 59-4 1 to whie i l'rilit butter, l'ruit butter. DIlTcrcnt va--icty; so nice, at All.itt's. 30-lt Something new for Invllids or or any other man Ganioh, or prepared wheit, at Johnny Mien's. 30-U Wichita. Kan., Dee. 20, 1874. According to previous announcement tki lanners of Sedgwick couiilymct and organ ized by the rla'ction of the Hon. E. -P "faa4itison, pre-ident; it. A. 0'3icalcy, see rctarjr'- Hon. John Keiley wu called on to cxpU.u the olyect of the meeting and responded t tin. call in a brief but plain statement of the condition of the affair ol the people, and tb ' object of the meeting. Hon. E. P. T'louip-ou addres-ed the meet ing on the condition of the people and the re lation of the people iu tho ea-iern counties iu tbl state bore lo the wereni counties. It was motioned and seconded that the Hon. John Kelly be elected chairman of the per manent organization. The motion was dis cussed by -Mr. Kelly and other, Jlr. Kelly op posing it. '1 he motion was put and lot. It wa motioned and seconded that a com mittee oi one be appointed Irom each town ajilp to form a county aid society. Tins mo tion wa discussed at ome length by ilirTercr.t individual, which seemed likely to rcult in ill Seeling between the citizens of the city and the citizens of the ceuntry. but all ill feeling -remtd to wear away before the discussion ended, mid the question was put and carried. The citizens of each township then proceeded to oiect their committee. Ijncoln. none; Payne. Allemus Cobb; 31iunriia. Jlr. .Mead; ( nr.it, none ; Kechi.;. P. '1 hompon ; l'ark. I. W. Chase ; Wichita, ll. M. Jordan; Gyp-mm. E. V. W'atcr; Itorkltnl, J. G. Samp-on; Eagle, none ; De Imo, P. JlcDonnrl ; Greolcy, none ; fnlon, II. Carpenter ; Atties.Squirc Lesley; Garden Plain, uoat ; Waro, 31. 3Icnd; Illinois, J. A. WIUoii ; salem, none ; Ohio, S. D. Pallet ; Niuneoah, T. C. Phillip. The city refused to appoint any delegate. It wa moved and carried that the commit tee be accepted. A discitsion. It wa motioned that the county organiza tion coaline their operations to the cheapen ing of lreight and to the handling of nch poods as arc not strictly donations. It wa offered as an amendment to the mo tion that the committee from each town -hip aet in concert vv ith the ladies aid society ui Wicbita. It was motioned and carried that the motion and amendment both be labl on the table. It was motioned and carried ihat the com mittee from each town-hip be in-tructed to meet Wednesday, Dec. .10, 1S74. It wa. motioned and carried to adjourn. I would respectively announce to my pat--ons and the public generally that I have mov ed my stock of books, stationary, to the build ing recently occupied by the Keystone re Murant, two door north ol Schiicter at Kus ell's hardware store, thanking my friends for at lavors, I mot respectively solicit a con tinuation ol your patronage. 39-lt. II. J. IlEIMEr.1". More l'.our received and mare sold by Lud lum : Co., than any other flour dealer In the Southwest. 39-lt. Corn shelled ; -acked, or in the bulk, not on the cob, at ;Ludlum at Co. Douglas av enue. 39-lt All vv cask i that parties desiring to buy llour and grain will come and sec our stock jiind lind out prices bcloro purchasing. Ite- member the place, one door cast of where the postolllco was, bclorc it moved the sacond time. 39-lt Great slaughter ol ury goods ! Bankrupt stock for sale ! W. J. Ilobson oilers for sale a large lot of dry goods, gents' furnishing goods, hats, caps and everything connected witli the trade. These goods have been bought for cash and will be sold below the market price lower than can possibly be bought at any other point in this section of country. They are bound, and must be sold. Now is the time to get good, first-class goods, and at ex tremely low figures for cash. Come one and all and examine the good and you will be sati-licd that these goods arc for sale cry cheap, and can bo bought far below the mar ket price. 3Ir. Henry 15. Lilt has charge of the establishment, and you will find him a courteous and pleasant gentleman to deal with and he will always be ready to show you goods and give you prices. West side Main street next door to St. Louis hardware store, Wichita, Kansas. 24-tf Jaeks the peoples' clothier is still field. in the fy-tf Oak Hall clothing store Is tbe only clothing house in the city that has brought on a fall stock of goods. 26tf Iloibuscuit and nice light bread is essen tial to man's happiness, and in order to have it you must have good four, all of which you can get at C. B. Ludlum & Co., one door east of Eagle block. S7-2t Select oysters at Halls .t Jlartins, Oyster Bay, lor the Holidays. 3S-U- GBASsnoFl-ER Goods. A large stock of Jeans suits and pants just received from the manufacturer, and are offered at a very small advance on cost, at tho Oak Hall Clothing Store. 33-tf Patents on all lands entered prior to Dee. 31st, 1S73, are now ready at the land office. It would be well for the parties to whom the patents belong to get them and have them duly recorded, which may save a long and tedious litigation at some future time. 44-tf Taxes Paid. Those persons who own land in Sumner county, Kansas, but arc non residents, will find it greatly to their conveni ence and advantage to forward the money necessary to pay tax on the same in money order on Belie risine post-office, Sumner county, Kansas, to J. W. Forney, attorney at law, at Belle IMainc. Mr. Forney is prompt and reliable. 39tf 3Irs. Buser is doing superior worsted work. She makes sacqucs, hoods and all 'kinds ot silk embroidery work. Kesidencc on Market street, north end. SOtf Coal On., I'louk, Salt! At wholesale or retail, by Caldwell & TitswortB. 4-tf Pipes of all kinds imaginable at Miller at Co.'s for sale at greatly reduced figures. SSt! Howling, Turban and It. It. caps at the Star Clothing House. 35-tf II auk times have come. And wc have re duced our prices accordingly. Our stock list bought is cheaper than any old goods in the market, even if they are offered at cost. Wc will not be undersold. 33-tl 110I5SON at Cox. Wanted to trade, ten shares of Occidental Hotel stock for country or city property. For further information inquire at this office. 4M1 Kkuit! I-'iiuit! Fkcit!! Wholesale or retail at Caldwell at Titsworth's. 21tf Coal Oil Hy the car load, or barrel, or gallon, at Caldwell at Tito worth's. 32 Ilobson's bankrupt stock is zoing off rapid ly. Hi clerks arc kept constantly cuiplojed for the simple reason that he is selling at east ern cost prices no freight added. 25-tf Kemember it i not Hall that has rc-opened the Oyster Hay. No man ha; a right to that nameiii Wichita, but J. T. Hall ,'c Co.. next door to Ueham's auction room, near old southern Hotel. 3S-tf. No Hour oversold in this cily has given such unbounded satisfaction as that known as the Wichita City Jlilt", Hour and sold by C. 1!. Ludlum at Co., one door cast ot Eagle block, Douglas avenue. It is tirst-clas. every sack alike. Every lady in Wichita who has used this flour will have no other, and C. P.. Lud um at Co. are kept busy supplj Ing the de mand for this splendid article. 33-2 Tobacco. Clioicu Virginia leaf and Con necticut tobaccos for sale at cost at 3Ii!lcr at Co.'s S3-lf Choice brands of cigars at JlUier at Co.'s by the box at first cost. 3stf Kejioval or PosT-OFriCE. In conse quence of the same wo arc still more deter mined to close out our stock at great sacrifice. The last chance jou will have in the jear 1S74 to procure great bargains at the Eagle Iiiock clothing store. N. 1!. Store for rent and fixtures for sale. 2 Hones axi Hornes. Ten thouand ton of bones and homes wanted immediately at the depot, at Hess" scales. Will paycashon deliv cry. Looms at Co. Wichita, K?., Dec. 12th, laTl- 37-2t Two hundred sets of w. g. teas, Fifty sets of w.g. coffees. Six dozen of w. g. ewer and basins, Fifty dozen of goblets, Six dozen of glass sebj, Plated ware, ivory and rubber handled knives, and best assortment of cutlery in Southwestern Kansas, at Caldwell & Tits worth's. 4-tf A choice lot of confectioneries farsale cheap at 31iiler t Co.'s 3Stf LAND! LAND! LAND! STIEjEXjIE & ,lbyy, Real Kstate Brokers and Insurance Agents Near Northeast Corner of Main Street and Douglas Avenue, (Opposite the Eagle Block) WIQTTTT.A, ST-TTXyWTCEEs: COUJM'X'Y. -RTATTSASa TIIE OLDEST KEAL ESTATE AGENCY LX THE SOUTHWEST! Agents for the 11ED STAR and AlLERICAXXlnc of Steamships. Tickets sold at lowest rate to and from all points in EUROPE to and from all points in KANSAS. Below will be found a partial list of lands that we hare for sale, and which is changed each week, rartie wishing to examine or pnrchase lands will find a conveyance on hand to any of them, free of charjre. All property purchased for parties nt a distance is carefully selected and personal! v examined.. In connection with the real estate business., wo have an Abstract of Title office, sliowinjj all transfers by deed. or mortgage, liens, judgments, or defects in title to any lands or lots in Sedgwick county, and therefore guaranty the title to any property purchased through this ofBce. gy Collecting rents and paying taxes attended to promptly. v OORBESPOITDElSrOB SOLICITED. (gpA faithful adherence to dut)- in the interest of our patrons involves continual office work and precludes our "camping at the gate" of every new buildiug to solicit. If you want insurance that will not fall you in the trying hour" favor us with a call. "iVe represent the followiug companies : Continental, of New York, Capital $2,500,000 Phoenix, of Hartford, Conn., American Central, St. Louis, Mo. Brewer's Fire, Milwaukee, Wis., Globe, Chicago, Illinois, Kansas,"of Leavenworth, a a a u u $1,678,613 1,375,000 486,000 460,000 250,ooo HARDWARE ETC. OLD RELIABLE St. Louis Hardware Store. HOTJOK &c BRO., Wholesale ami Itc-tail Dealers In ZEE -A. IR, ID -W -A. Tb B , IKON, GLASS, CUTLERY, "lu connection with the following list wc have for sale several tracts of land, ranging from 1 to 20 acres, adjacent to the city, suitable for suburban resi dences, and choice residence lota in all parts of the city. Wc also have the ex clusive agency of several of the best business lots in the business ceutcr of the city. Call at our office for infor mation as to price aud location. SVECIAL KOU A FEW DAYS. 0. 3731(50 aires, northeast i.uarter kprtlon 10, towusWp tM, 1 wet. rriceCOO. NO. 374 lfiO acre?., southeast quarter ot ec tion ). towxijhlp 2C, 1 west, come im provements. Price. Wxl NO. 377 1C0 acre, 10 miles ca?t of Wichita, watered by Four Mile creek, lo acres of hard-wood timber, 10 acre In culti- ation,35aacrei ciidocd by good board and pt feuec. and good frame dwel ling, -ituated in a pood neijrliborliooU and within half a mlloot Midland pot oSice. Price. 1400. SO. S35 Southeast quarter of section IS, town-hip 27, range 1 cat. 13U acres ; half mile north of WkUita; lu 0 acre of timber. 60 acres lu cultivation, 14xil 11 torv frame lioue In good condition, watered by the Little Ar kaiia ri er. Price $:t.MW. NO. 531 100 acres, northwest quarter of sec tion 14,townliip2T, range 1 west, ..1 miles west of Wichita; 100 acres in cultivation. 12x14 pine luiu-e In koo.1 condition, three-quarters of a mile In hedge. Price $2N)0, part cash and balance on time. NO. 340 1C0 acre,S miles northwest of town, SO acres iii cultivation. Price $0 per acre. NO. 349-lfiO acre, 4J miles "utliwci city, bottom land. Price ?..0 t of this AMMUNITION, Money to loan for one, three or live year. at twelve per cent, interest, secured by mort gage, in sum of fifty dollars to file hundred dollars. Apply to Wm. C. Woodman at Son, Wichita. "17-4 C'OltN, Cor.N, COUN, COI1K, C'OKX. COKX. C. 1!. I.uilhim at Co. rcceiicd this week lour car load ot the nicest corn tli.it cier canto to thi market. They want parties who want to puriha-c corn to be sure and call at their hoiiso before buying, and find out what they can gtt corn for and tee it. They mean busi ness aud that all the time ; are willin? te sell on a small margin, choosing rather to sell large large lot on a small profit than small lots on on big protili. Then when you want to trade ingrain or flour go and see them and price their good and if jou don't buy it shan't cot vou am thing. 37-- Wc suggest the propriety of parties want to buy grain that they call at I.udiiim & Co's before you make your purcha-e. becau-cthcy might make it liitcrcting to you. KMt- A new lot ot pinny Stilicliter.t Unwell. and pipe recievrd by 2)tf Qroetinsr. 1 ir.nia.ir. lull lo-ntcM. cvry4vdv ifcmt dance- ami grra! RHMt (hat aH't atom tvM ia-a then . A 34 alt take teHotVat wW Im th. ir 1-est tolbr aad vrHi tlMfe fini4a. Schaitucr bev band will W ttwrc and of course be will ita- tbrtu lu best music, and it will be good i'maiiflh far aniKfaaiy to dance by. ItiC nionr) takes ta m tautt under 'ttafttl,' ttftrr itelraj lag the oxf mM ,rffl be Wanti.k 1C0 dozen quails and prairie chicken wanted at the lMamorul I'ront gro cery, h'or which the highest market price wilt be paid. .TiMf. The highest market price paid for all kinds of game at the Diamond Front grocery. 53-tf. Hankie .t llutler at Emporia, ICaS-as, an sole agents for Hunt, llarnes ,t Co's raw oys ters resell od direct from Haitimorc daily wholesale, select a'weent-, seal Si cents. S-3 AMiBLict, Dec. SJ, 1ST, j Dra:: Sin : I semi yeu another draft for $13 1 fW ol It frwin cm. Win. Witan, now of! The Franklfn Cook stoie. best in the mirk ataektwnvttte, Ftornte. aad fa from his wite. ct at Sblleatcr Kmsetl's 3Dlf smith D.w.n I T Ha. S. L. DaiidsD. J Tho lightest unany breaker, isUicUecd.." I aurally Bctaiwwle.lge receipt o! the fore-J nhic.ijrou llnd at Sblicnter .t P.u.ell'. SOU. Catns ilralt fr i 15, w hich I bai e handed over ! ,. t'n Sv. lra.ll,r nf liP U.UrS aid anWMv f.,r lh bt' lSnBer IS tO b lOUCd at Shlidltf r . - 1 sn.l I!. rll :-""" - distribution. The xmouui now received by the hand of our good friend, Smith Davis, esq. Jm to tfec I.atlte' Aid scakty It I a bwe- lis J res up t over $C). 1 alo have notice oi tH'MlMeir txiiel fttual. 'ITicnJall that tan ' one package or clothing oa the way. all of co3viilaat"atabvSj"t to htrfp the boys out in which arc donated by out good people of An the ci.tJfriit. ,,., IccIica.N-.Y. s. L. David so.v. SOtf Mrs. Uuscr just received jumping patterns lor slik embroidery ad braiding; also em broidery and saddler silk in a'd shades. Will teach school girls Saturdiy morning and atter nooa. sstf Ciif.lsTsiAS is coming and every parent wants to make his children a holiday present, and in so doing they ought to select some thing both useful ai well a ornamental. 'I lien go to I'.oltc Furniture store and buy a nice willow rocking chair, or a nice high chair or a nice little wagon, and it will make your chill just as happy a to buy it a jumping- jack. And then Uoite ha some nice thing for your wile, such as pictures, picture framei wall pockets, bracket ol all styles Innginablc, eay chairs, omcthing for the tired husband when he returns home of an evening after oahngalldiy, to rct hi weary bone. Rut we can't tell you halfor tne thing, that llolte has got. Go and see them, and you will be urc to buy for he sell so cheap. 37-Jtt C. II. 1-ndlura at Co. I the place to buy your grain at low figure. ."7-2t I!uy your Chritma candies of .Miller."; Co. and get them one hundred per cent, cheaper than anv w here else in town. JXJtl Clo-ixo OUT of .1. A. Miller .t Co. Wo would rc-pectfully announce to dealers and users of tobacco, cigars, pipes and everything in a lineefa first das tobacco house that we arc clo'ing out our entire tock at reduced prices. Now i the time for larnur to lay in their stock ol tobacco at very low figure. Wo have alo a choice lot ol cor.fcctlonaries, candle, etc., that wc ofTer fpoci.il Induce ments ou to buyers. Wc mean basin. Mul and will ell no humbug about It. 3S-tf. N. It. Store far rent and fixtures fer sl. Ambition? Of course we are. 'Ti the l.)t of man, and we deem mergy and ambition well directed, a merit, cle there would be no progrcs; ele tbe boated ninetcrntli century in which we live, would never have been as it is the grandct time iu the history of the world. In a financial point of view wc arc all am bitious ; and it is but natural that wc hould t;e so, since "by the sweat of our brow" wc mut earn our li'"-'4, and the older we crow the harder it is earn the comforts that wc need. We should nil, as tr as poib!c, lay by something lor a rainy day. How to do this is the great question of the day and. hour; it Is h question above politics, or woman suf frage, or the granger movement, or the third term, because it is a question that appeals di rectly to each and every one of us personally. The answer to this question does net depend ou how much er how little yon earn, how great or small jour income; it depends en tirely on Ijow much or little you s,ind. If you earn but two dollar and spend but one, you are in a fair way to ncceed. It is tbe out-go and not tbe Income that determines our success in sai ing. In the matter of outvo, wc all find It neces sary to buy such (roods wc need, (lor we ire truly a needy world; and the important ques tion then comes in, utri tobay. Now our ad vice is not vv holly disinterested. We are in business to make money, and we wish to sefi our goods and advie you to come and see u and examine our stock betorc purchasing. We think, however, that while our adncc arrears not to be wholly OWnterested, that il 1 valuable far the faaliau-i-i rrsiaon. tit- W are determined to makeand ketrareirata.kn ! " IS- Lltt wtl0 ehzTZ er ,!ie twuVrarl forelling "Tiir best goods roc tue tcisi i tL ef dT ?' ' u!,", ? " HOXET." I Sls aIKl Pricaj. -Itf MC aatu j;UArrAU.Ca- lIU-Il va C1UUTS A?,2 Cv-.ronllri.S3. Uhck ,t Corbett will pay t-l.Sj per bushel, cash, far prime eatcr beans up to tbe th cf Deeemlaer, when they Intend ta ship. 3"tl Make yoa?r Inmes cheerful and boy and le; yocrwaB psperat Ileimer" book store. 5 Mr. J. T. Had, of the Oy.tcr Bay, having bought out John M. Martin's Interest, will continue to make tbe ever popular llay'' more pepubr than ever. For quaH on toast, iresh flab, P. II tske. and oyster, iu every style go to lUll's Oyster Hay. a"-t. Agricultural Implements, CHAMPION REAl'KKS &MOiVKHSf joiix pr.r.r., moi.ini: and uockfoko SKIKNKIt PLOWS, WHICH WE SEI.T. AT KACTOllV .'KICKS, STOVES, .TIN WAKE, I'UMI'5, ETC. NO. 34 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, tr KANSAS NO. iW NortheastquarterorscctIonl2,town ship 2S, range I west. 1C0 acres, good bottom iamC Price JSW. A GOOD HAUGAIN. NO. 314 1C0 acre. 7 mile northeast of town ; 12 acres iu cultivation, and hedge rows broke. Price "."0. NO. 310 1C0 acre good land, f miles north- we-t of Wichita ; some Improvements. Price 000. NO. 317 A good toU or agricultural """ 11-JO acres with 300 acre of timber; entire tract watered by the liltlo Ar- kansa and enclosed Willi wire fence; imi ,r,.4 in enltivatlon : 5 mlie north of Wichita. Price $1S per acre, part cali and balance on tune, secured ou land. NO. 324 1C0 acre. nrthea-t quarter ol -ec-tion. township 27, range 1 west, JJ acres in cultivation, 12x14 frame hoti.e, live miles nortliwert of town. I rice isoo. NO. 273 1C8 :i"-10) acres first ltottom ; 30 acre broke ; 2 mile from this city ; nunu cast quarter of section f, town-., J cast. Price ?2300. NO. .17 100 acre. 10 miles norm or v icaiia, 1 mile of Valley Centre station, being tho northw est quarter section 32. tow 11 ship 25. range 1 cast, part bottom and part upland ; has 10 aire 111 cultiva tion. li-.i!iicliouellxt0p!ati'rcd,god well of water. 15 apple and 'iV) peach tree, gratiu and other small trnlts planted. Price for next SOdavi,? 1000. '0 2C2 Nortliwestqiiarterofi'ectioiiri, lown sliip 27, range t west, all bottom land, 7 mile, from thi city Price .VjO. ED3AD THIIS. NO. 00-100 acres firft bottom; southeast quarter seelioti 33, township 27, range , -., al or,.u lltllliT I'llltnatfoli; pine frame hue 12-.1U, with kitch-u; li miles from Wichita. PriijC t"3,W. ;o. XO.St5 Lot No 4 In sretlon 1, township W, I nogr 1 vrt. umlsavof w of sa-rtiuu 30. , said ;;tnf otcclltn town S. nugr I re't- Cor.2lslsg!ll9crrs, las-sten crr ' of tlnibar) trn acre In culttvatioa and ' wstiredbr Ibo Arkansa mtr l'ric750. NO 5il Ca srrrs, in IlatlrrcountrKanaas, brine c b, town2l, Itanj-e 8 caC A gtaod stock t fanu. I'Ttcaj 3 r mere NO. 504 ICOacres ; northwest quarter section 20, township 2t. range 3 cast, in llut ler countv, within 2 mile of UUr Wal- , nut, Imifeaof IougIa.i.2niilcofMan- j jpy's mw milt; ha 11 acres in cultlva- , tion, and a good vvell of water. Price , J150. NO. 500 southeast quarter section 12, town- ' hip 23, range 1 west; 1 mllr from j New ton; ha good houx: with it rooms and cellar, bam 20.ri0, good well ol : water, 70 acres in cultlvalion. 15 acres. ' 300 grape In good condition. Price 83500: will trade for cattle. Addrcs ' NO. 421 1C0 acres ; northeast quarter of see- 1 tion 23, township 27, range twet; ha j G5 acre in cultivation, good IJ story frame houo well llni-licd ; a splendid j location, 2J miles wetof town. Price t 40 W. NO. 427 Northeast quarter scctlou 3, town ship 27, range I west; sis mile north, west of town ; inilmpro, ed. Price BMl. NO. 433 Southwest quarter of section f, town ship 27, range I west; unimproved. Price 600. NO. 437 1C0 acre ; 40 acre in cultivation ami lenced with rails, good 1) story log house, good Well and stable ; tbe south east quarter section S, township 2j, range 1 east, 3 mile south of Wiihlla. Frk 1500. NO. 412 1C0 acres ; llng between the ltlgand Little Arkansnt rivers. 7) mile north ot Wichita. The northeat qu.irtrr ot section 13, township 20, range 1 west. Twenty-live acre in cultivation, rin elling house 1 1x22. good ell. hedge rows broke, IOijO Irult and 1000 (crest trees planted, and school botie built on the land. PriteSOCO; onehalfeash and tlio balance on time to suit the purchaer at 10 per cent We have a Urge number of pieces of hwd In tracts; of from one to twenty acre-, adjoin ing the city of Wichita, suitable for suburban residences. NO. 419 Southwest quarter of section 17, townhlp US, rangi 2 eat, containing 1C0 acres; 41 acre in cultivation, pine house 11x14 with kitchen, mm half mllo of hedge planted and hedgn rows broke, good welt, and 30 apple and peach trees In good growing rondi tion. being 6 miles outhrastol Wichi ta and 5 miles northca-t of I'I P.io. Price 1200. NO. 4.VS 1C0 acres, in section 7,. township 29. range 3 east, bouse 12x14, 14 mile southeast of Wiihltn. and il miles east of Kl Paso, watered bv Maple crerk. Price 050. NO. 10) South half ol southeast quarter of section .Vi, township 2tl, range 1 east, and the north half of tha northeast quarter of sectlou'i, tow nthlp27, range 1 cast ; containing 10) acre, and wa tcredby a stream ol living water; 4) miles northeast or Wichita, like 1200. NO.401 South liilfcf the northrat quarter .of section 31, township 27 range 1 east, containing 60 acre; 2mltc southeast v or Wichita, bottom land. Price 1500. NO. 40.1 North hair of southeast quarter ot section 27, lowiihip 27, rango I cat, fflncres, I mile southeast of Wichita and all good bottom laud. Price IfiOO. NO. 4C3 Northeast quarter of scctlou 2, town ship 'li, range least. 160 acre ; water ed by Uyuiii creek, 15 acres of tim ber, 4 mllca southeast ot Wichita. Price 2000. NO. 4CI Fast hall of soiilheint quarter ol sec tion 5, township 27, range 1 rat; c acres, one halfiullc north of Wichita. A splendid location. Price 1.VW. NO. ICC Soiithwi.t quarter of section 14, township 27, ramre 1 west; r0 acres 3 miles west of Wichita, bottom land. Price 050. NO. 4S0 1C0 acres ; southwest qturterof see lion 32. township 20. range 2 cast; 20 acres and hedgn rows broke; 7 nulcs northeast of Wichita. Price tflO. NO. I."" Northwest quarter of section 10. township 27, range 2 east; 15 acres In cultivation; walrr most ot the year. Price 00). NO. 4SC Northwest quarter section 27, lonn shlp2'', range2 east. 117 acres 18 mites northwest of Wichita. Price I l.'rt. NO. 4t8 Northeast quarter uf section I, town, ship 29. ranjre 2 wct ; 8 miles south west of Wichita: bottomland: lOairrs broke. Price f 450. NO. 4fe9-.'!2tarr; 7 miles southeast olV.'lih ita ; lacing-west balfol -cion fi. town ship 2?, rrhge 2 cast. Price ttWl. NO. 4fO Sottlhwr.t qiurter ol s-rllon r, township 27, range 1 east; W) roaU north ol fair grounds. Has about 5 acres of tlm!-r; watered by llie LtttI Arkan sas riv cr ; arrn In cuUlvatfon. Price a? IS iarr acre. 4&I Nonhsaat quarter ot swiHon 27, township 27. rang' 1 east; I) inl'". soiiU,ra.tol WidiiU; all botlum land. Frlr- , ITS 5outhnea.t quarter ol section 51, tov nshlp 27, range 1 cast : second lot. turn; otnmaods iftaod tlesr of town and vsJIry 2 mll sniitl.past nt town; claim iroproTeinents, Prsce f WJ. rViiitheast quarwr ot itHloa 24, NO. NO. NO. 4M.- Coa!! Coal! H. HESS, Coal! OCALCt! IJja- O.SAGE SHAFT COAT-! g- Office South Side o: Dptiglas Avenue, near Depot. ShRchter .t Kue! are ein: er than ever call and examine. Kisada SOtf j.'r.Ajcr.E. We will promise polite and earelcl attention. Our prices will b as low as the same quali ty ol good can l bough: anywhere. We rcspectlully jolieit joar pronage. Come and get acquainted with u, if you have not already done so. We shall eodcavor to giie you atLatacioa aad value rccrfved. Yours, for trade, S5-13 TV. A. TnoUS at Co. Hold-quarters tor year clothlag. besots Jtvl slsooes, hat and caps, at the Star C.v.WK; lleusc 35-lf m..-t !.!.. .rfmmm a .1 -.i aaaiutia nnujrt.tuuu, c,jmu i: h Ka , .,, w conrlnced that .be Star Cfethlng Uou I tie ptar to da yoor trading. SS-tt Eow, scarf, tie, the Uwst nflTeidcs in rallies variety sad sfylef at the Star CJotsSv.; Hooie. " -tr Orders Utl wita A.', U. Wlsertrr. OrsfeiQ A StivrasorMooreASrs-afc.wai Tbe jsrsimnlrst traitnl ta. 2n EDUCATIONAL- STATE iO.KOviSLAJEi SCHOOL KiroiAf Kans-is. C. IL POKKKOY, PKE'iai:--- rll ta-na eoisttnf- 5as.'l-r : tnrT JJa; exsmiuousa Ut &u&tn, s-rttwmistr i. TultiDa l bms aaf t-t-s"jk a CorJ IS--BsrtJUc-4rec. fecida-aui It few Uca tl ft Osst of Ward U pnrit fQjs, frcju M v. a HMi ur irsst. CJ t 1-asnUa-' atf. frora II3 la S iar vrrk, FnTnUSssaJ pxssas tc latssrdlsr tall &r !, U3 T tae&Gi. Sf BUcsUaa for toes rswibs sbuald It nude 1b I sdvaact. Tcr tzitttr Inrcnaiiloo, xZAzrn vut tmfelm. 290 ICO acres ; 25 aa're. r itmiier, ami "Aiuulpr fiiini illnn: corral oi ua;.es fenred; watered ly Arkans river; b miles from Wichlu. Price $1500; one-tlilnl cash, and bttntiee to suit purchaser, secured ou land. NO. 229 A first da hotel for sale, situated on the comer ol First and Water street, In the city or Wichita, being 2 storie high, containing twenty rooms. This hoti-o wa built three )car ago, and i doing a good business. lbl protterty can be bought for 0)00, on casv terms. For mil particulars j.lcae address us. ra-ateclc k Levy are the exclusive agents' of ov er i0,WO acres of railroad land, compris ing the land belonging to the A.,T. & .-. K railroad, in twp No. 25 .t 20, ranges No. I and 2 cast and 1.2 and. 1 west. Tlu-e are by far Hie best railroad lands in the Arkansas vallr-y, convenient to the city of Wichita, the largest and most enterprising city west oi rot-eka. The lands adjoining tho ol the railroad com pany are well Improved. Townships and school di.trict are organized. ehr.oi iioii.es built, and schools supirted In nearly all ol them. yon ami good Und aJjmntnj iean, try Hit. NO. 302 W acre; northwest quarter of the northwest quartel of section 23, town ship 27, range 1 east; 1 mile easi oi Wiihlta;a splendid residence site. Price 60iJ. NO SOI 240 acre ; the northeast-quirterand the north half of the southeast quarter of sa-ctlon 4, ta.wD.hlp 2'i. range 1 east ; has 25 acres liroa.r. aim ueiii'c rows bioke: i miles north of Wichita. Price 1500. NO. .TOW 1(52 ftt-100 acre: nortlieast quarter ol section I, township 27, rouge 2 east; 10 miles cat of Wiehlts. Prti-c iff). NO. 370 C40 acres ; being the whole ol section 3, township 26, ranye 1 west; gtvxl boujs and stable ; lwi acre In ciiluva- tion. 23 acre in tlmuer ni wiwthi in tb- Arkansas river; 1) miles from nostoifiee and ehurri.. Pi acre, will trade for cattle. NO. SSO Northeast quarter of section 4, town ship 2t5, range 1 west; 20 acre In cul tivation; 4's) foiest anal 40 fruit trees planted; honse Kxll. Price flt-psr acre. NO syl ICO acre, the south': qssarier of acrtion 2. township 28. rang 2 -vest; uniratrraved. Price "Vi. NO. " 1C0 acres, lb autJiwrj, quarter of cUon 12, uwn.l.lp 2., range l vei; splendid land. 3J roiles nwthwe. of town. Price 8 jaer acre. NO. 397 iitlisjt qiiarMr tf sztlU l. township 27. raojc 1 east; 1 n.8 jajuttiwe.t of town. Prk V N0.3-l!S 1MM tfx, IsHnc ortlrtrat UMittrt of ses-tion 6. wwu-lit-. 27, range i ..-; mil, north rftawii; 2iarri airs.r ar. lu nthitatlan: lS4frxil rUl frosa W'd&asuxi. waterM b luanu-. owl staWe lsd wattred l) f ttsln-f Sprl al-1 ."iaii .Trk- PrisM Little Arasa- Prsre for th n vt 00 i Xtiali. days for UtA with rtv? 15.t) p-r aer. ; q iiC0 rw is sesito-j 1 awl is. ts. ; t NO. 401 ICO r ; nrtba-si qvarvr s- j ,,, W( ncir j rav,; na acres) lion U. 18WBIP ! raac 1 s.-s , -j usuaer, rajacm; ,H tpiiiuva, iaar tiU nortbeinssf 1b; onajreJ .' hocse 2arl, sljsWai .j cm cribs; ; aplioaj. I'rio Vt. t MfturtH by ins- Artacivs rttfrj Sfi I -, ! a, .. i 1 lalk savuth cf WM.H, J SjlSf jsirt. . rang" " j. "JfWalef. ; asrirjitiiraJ Una. VrU tM. cuUivalfcia; 15x24 pine IXKJe aier-( , ed by tb- Arkaa.M iItct; 3 jvCe , SO.VC MSarw; the jrttrwt ajauir ef ' sajutheftown. I'rSeeaSfl. j nuon I J ad ssvath baJf tf il!it i f 17. Jownhlp"I. i-4r 1 et, ntsr r-rttraa cxanrA fin'! aoyUun'cln lb" cot- the -t Lntxttm. tn nvtnnrr row vSSSmwioM alSr o- trrer , tr,isrtm<. Price ttM 0fMala"-ra-ttat.dI6iirlasaeJ!e. ( ta-t. UarTer Lovctt or Steele- .t Levy. NO. 508 iiorttiesat quarter section St. (own ship 30, range 4 east, in LVwIev rt.untv ; ha CO acres Iu girod hardvioaMl timlacr, .") acre in cultivation. gTsod irsmo liouse lfv2S with cellar, hewed log barn with corn crib, and plank tenets around bam lt; waleml by "tValnut river; ha ; fruit tree of various varieties bearing; of a mile ol Kock Creek P. ()., church and school ; seven mile south o! fMugtas. Price (awi; one-fourth cash, and balance secured on land. Address Iticbard Wood. ItaVk Creek P.O., Kau., erstcclaj ,. l.rsy, Wichita, Kans, NO. 5os Southwest or 25, township 21, rangs 2wet, Improvnl. Price ?C0O. This Is excrllent Und and In a cooal neleli. borhooal. NO. 511 2M acres, 10 mile north of Wichita, on the Little Arkansas river, taring west one-halt or northeast r 35 and saiiithwest ol at. town.tilra 25. range I wet. mile of Valley Crntre station ; ha irame house, stable and corn crib; watered by the l.lttha Arkansas rlvrr, W acres, timber. !J acre 111 cultiv at Ion. peach cherries and other fruit tree In good condition. Price- f.troo. NO. 512 A rare bargain. Northwest lS.luwn- ship ra.i. range I east, adjoining Ihs town of loiudon, iu .sumncr county , ha G5 acres In cultiv atlon, frame hoiis l."s;S3 2 storic. barn .ix4.), ICO rods hedge, snriiy; and well tt gix water. 2Xt peach and 2i0 nu'l Irrs lu grxxt crowing condition, all good bottom laud. Address It. ,s (ihrns at lain don. Kant.. ir Meele ,t I.rvy, Wichi ta, Kan. Price of ttbuva ta'nd f 12O0 cash. NO. 813 Northeast 34, township 30. range 2 cast, In Simmer county, Kan,; !5l acrrs. in acres in timber. 33 acres In cultivation, housaa 12x11, watered br Arkansas river. 5 miles msI of Hell's Plalnr and 4 mile south or Littleton P.O. Price '). NO. 510 Ifiu acres; the southwest quarter of section 33, township 20, raiigr I east, 3 mile north of Wlrhlta ; has 70 acre III cutlia atlon, all good bottom Und, gooil house and writ of. water. Pries f-'iW. NO 5.10 Vorthnesl ) of s 19, tosru r, rn 2 erst Coueltlrraljle ImuroTsnienls. Price (toi SO 131 Io)t t a nd 9 and east , of nt 'i of cttan lin town -s range I east, ea,ntslnln' 1J4 acivsi 20 acres of limber, i laerrs In etilil vatUn, amstl lieu. goo mrrsl wtth fi),Hls.B,r Tluee miles south of Wleh ita file. 1-ui SO Kaiir.rariMi nr t 0reo ai. town X. 2 east j 10 miles ne of Wichita Trla i NO iai lia se, neing the mirth K ot sw K of 'C it and east .', ofse ' of see 31, Iowa 2s), ranire least, h iJ acrts In culllta tiaau, HsISs frame tmnse, cih.I hI1 wllli IS rtofwuta-r, II miles wot WU lIU Holies north cr Kl Paso frlce IVM. two.(ttlita cash anil laalsuce oa one jears lima, NO .VU Kaat ofnw and w )j ofne, se I lawn 27, rangel Heel, ha In uric r lliulr frame liutiss, llsai ril corn rrlb.sUMs, well, one Jear old lieiljrti ruuwl entile plvcci Rrsiid rrul(lieeslnsTMl(row In JT condition, jii worti of walntil s on the (ilore ami wlrr-t I'f tho I owsfcln, 7 nills west of Widnto, 1'rtcs. lrs NO .Vrr--iuths.ti,v;;i towns), rsnge j ens, KM acres, s.iatra-un.ttrultitiou, farm Itreltlnar IJaa, g,l rIUr. curlsl, chlei eralimue, sUlile, grsiirry rlit., oeI wall near Lulls and spring; nf llflug water, MU Irult Irrrs, and lis) sj-res umter hftgr. all In gxl riiiiilitlan, 7 miles us uf W kbils SO 5a West 1, nfse, of itc; In towu 30 ran t east, eohUlnlnir Sii rre, I., sens upland and lti bataiwai I s (tso-l boitmt Mirt 1 .m tislrmllroflin.lon I'll 'iiilteol.s.inne scslirli.randJiiiileufikllerlalii. lvice tto ut NO SM onthwest, se S, town 11, iungr I j. In Aurnner conn's 1 h afra-.,.f llo.hrr Slserrsln ruliltsllou.sitult hutise, stable ami corral, waierr,! by the .MnnSM-sh, I H inllenf l!l!e 1'lalne I'rira. tj Adll.a. J II louheTI. Ilelle l-lsln, or Steele X Ixr J . ll If liiU, Khm SO MI fionilieasl. of SI, town tl, si 1 wei, 3 rail fa.niti-tr.t ,r tl lenlU, Ms sal acres iindef rnltitalbin. proo-l f'sni hvusat !!, small t.la-kamllli sttt si la-h trees sil .iihrr .null fnfTl, tw Xillesof lieitge all In p.l eqnIUioni a s-'Mxl stasrli corral ami tlnaerood Ketls ou tbe Tarm. Trie 10 1. r acie NO S4J.j)aes-es, naaiT!. .4 if tie V , UiwHTt rsnelriMl. l'.inrl or 1 Tawa. -lcsj NO tti nta)ihwet. nfse ft, ltM fi, raage 1 1 miles nsr -r IVarlilUi ) rri uiutrt col litattnn fr' Wl M) .',l-fts ! anil t ami saantSi J nfae. r J(rn K, raoiie 3 wei, Sim a Mle tin-Ur rulu Tati I'Hc-171 XO HiHsu r.f r, of 27, and feejUi ;, ef vrofeecil. UrnnU, rrs I . Hades s,,Mll.rtVlehilai hvtet acie nf llmt.ar W seres under ealllauu, w SMest.ntrr tttllf. einsllW "Vina- nl SUMI, (Cfxl tvctl til-ur Vtir tvr sbajf I ibue jn, XO JK JyitsSstd i ab! aoaitl. ( i.tn UufuH fajtroXT, tanfe I sresti Las Iff ai-jes uivtw etlllTsiia.nt six rnlleai usitdw.st of l I'fc. IU fslteiVI SO M;-U,atbwesl !infsfJj, Mwn jj, rsage 1 Weill s(.!.Bti.lj,la,( l.h.j, S ,,, un-lermllUatloM I'llreiid j;o MS octl.we.t 'i ofatlKloWaiT rsngetwest V) acrss under ralti!K,o, vi well of wler. Pries' 4W SO M-aonlhwri H 4 If u,wn 77. rsnse t M) VaNoilhwat a., , )uwH jj f p(JJp , wa-t .10,11 hnjttu.ew.enu. rrl r Rest aadxys .; ' I'ric 10 ier township 27, range 2 aS-ct; 7 J mll wet of Wfehlta. Pries' ;,. NO. 4734l acr," tor SIM'J : ba-ing tlie south cast of section 25, and the southwest fif section 23, township 2S, range I vt; 12 acre of llmlrerj li ae-rrs broke ; walercal by th Arkansas rtier, and 0 miles nirlb tf Wls-blu. NO. IS NortbratqarterifT'tion"Ji,tniv hip 27, range I wet. has v,rUt U tinprftTewnt : 6 wile sutliwrst ci Wltfalta. Prlee !., SO. 4r jntbcat quarter 15,' rlUm , township 5, range 1 west : W su-res i ciiiti atiun ; wata-rcd br Ofwstia rreek ; sfaltiwlld bottom Iasl , 7J wiles south we; of tron. Prta :i. NO. 'eU rttwt quarfr f sa-rUon li, township 27. rang 2 -t; 4 uiija northeast tA Wicbita. prlre 13fO. NO. ill 320icrs.HBi 2"; tnai BortLwesl shin t. r nre Utlft rows ltti ofV.lhtU; all ttAeauitl larist. I'rUA raw, ' NO. iJO ."Vauthwrst uurr iifm 2J, !-- . ship 27.rs5 1 !, !, ntUs wr4 ( i,t WUblts ; (taVB-M'S ul Prie fX?a ' NO. 3CI Itty acre f r! tola anal grass j laasl, V) ! ! v! V.'khMA. 12 JaO SSI-Norrthwrsi t, ofe t4WI 27. Senas I Sf est, I'rlsvs lor Bt 3 days 41 SO i'J S.rlh.I 1, a J. l6n W, rsnge J 3raa.sinaIri'e)tisatHm lemltisrtk east ut WkiilU frier 6 NO iiV-v,alWl H "- I. tsiws IX, iwstss I sstvM, ivel..ii.r l'ric' Ml i-4-Njra H af tsaltj. U if MM, aaT, L rii(t i sol. lt''f"mili4l.W-' lu a rsl Joe f lend. Mass M NO e-lVtsitnwrt u f srf M, aassra tf ; rssfs S mi. JO kV" l.rila- Ifaaere las Vak'sJI S-es) tJ rV-. l-tsae tiaHSa. Jll fwttHfttl tslesn4 w.iitf staUr. i fasiU fast of ta r rt-' Kfl 5''"-".a-an;!esj.rt.-rhf ,oq t ( :lssl htmmrt' It, ewlfftstioas lo tjasua J4S4. rJ tfes 4 ttlStewl SsMiS Ur lM.llIlo. twelse ftttSs Ia-Tt3sresj or lelnf , ',, (I no, rsull)wtiils-cjra ouu-iht l,ur(t: ! -a.rsua' Ol SWMon S3, Urwif I fceatia rvs.bis'a. I'ru. k.,lSi,t... -.- 1 west . 25 arres hV't t sowaajM't.a 1,1 tt .-............ 1 S. 9 mile southwest i SajaSlt Balr'aVf -lit l:'.rS.7 e li awr;. nfl aastj trtns trJ nil f WaewlU, U Sa Sra MS tOHiltOif iratsac tunsaf j;, Jr ntf , asMR rl.lI-(t piia jjxJ etiaf , Uft Hit Mrt rel Kval .)( gJ ffftv.l Mi.xl rvS, wliioa , ttil.4Urx )) jji tlstCMl,ka:ta4 KW KWast SO Zl-!lnieat ajmevr vf ft e ttw C laal'aal. Uaer'Sl assaltSrattW. t-ri iaesw Util. Vra-b SOst ffsjaas . M roart afsrsflBI tttttta, els ( 0 WKstSI fn l,'4s, OU.i Ktvsrs, nU 3 s, ahsssUas.s; Usee4. SmM sare Mi 'llfU-J. Sa, sverei m Vt. seres j , J . .- staSlaastsAf Js. iee ,mi tsaasaftve! (.a4ef aasiaar:. 4aa WaaJt 4 sais l-s's la Xs4 CitSSsaa. U a4!e .sSl . ,. T afWta teas H.1 IMS &esrUs 1 , suiee X trassss-e -Tas yt ,) -sw WtaSlsrsStasasj.aVtaJlwi fljjj SO"--wtirtiwes . srs ft rs Jesul. a t-n-i f" ft U4. Sm Haa.r Tlte (. trfrr -ssl'a sta teepee Itraa 13.t ssiief.efgHSvWeMMtbaeelf-HjrS f s rntm i SO las' Aofttsss-t sjvr!a- fi. t-i. rf VfSa g-rfe. Vo The fontie of -dTwick. Sumtar, CowJr an. r.atlVr OTflpH sa area of ttis hvl sgrictiltur! latwl Wrt of tl l f!iisirai Taller, ilie Ari.aiaa nvcr run' un'ivmr uiruan sjjs- vu-wct nairi, lunwsa;; hi lurti xsi menu t . . . a ..... ..aT.a, i sstrif a, I IS l.e fcf everaja eaT le.fe msimllHfld. aai.H 11 ISs I ltfr SS.... i Veae-h Valntstaml Whmrxater rivet, slate, Riuffr tspnoz, jr.aM.f CUi.lsolw HJJ ( omtlti rrlT ihirrr.ii IJ eonatrr witU fertile TtUlev . Tts? oj! of tb TaUrj xod ftpJaiMli ! rich gandr lo m. rrttd tfX In dtyh. Ve,t. tion ofsll i-JnA i 3irj.3-sL CHiastc iojKv:e, eq aaWtr a-d Jiitlije TJmwI ut se vf lJJ are: ,jfl u, VtUtznvai. umlrr th pre-iuptitin law for tbe 4le if the Cei Iadin Ir'J, wJiJeb f. oasrpa4.J ii fertiUij in ar action of Xif stair, at.il in no otlscr part can cJwsp Umn be j.;trc !.! yrUh all le julra,!-. f wl tJ, rjltttie .,i n-sinr. Oar txionlc an efltcn'n'inr. sni ! p vi wi jo-awjui asu yci - r7 u rvi, 23i jB prsfnt of etiParc anil oclet r. ar7 Minat to an of the OWtr ctntnMitiic f oilier stats-.-,. Tb yowtajj acu frowlm rts f WJe J, Svi -i., , Ta.V.nlMt't.at fSX)i!jbabilnt'.an! tirotsfriy callsNt tkeOrM-!. Oltr f lifc H"e. hrrti M.&t . nnalcd imlitcetnenti. for tnor JnresttncatJ to all baiiae" e.nltrpTW.t, aiwl bt wj-rdiJlj itt mvfarttTic sa?BEX,E tfe LEVY, B3AL ESTATE jCSrCTTS, mcmTA, sedgwicic couxxr, i:as Ai 3 If SI ll i " l rl SSI ?J M VA ft' 1 -'oamm"mmfiwiavr' Z?S?,-z . sifai'-' ajeaswsJtaMea:,aariae.'l,.ts i.ws.isa.i. ssTsi. r-gtjssj.- J '-- -csue '