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RSBSrJBI ra"rj ,'J Jtfm&emivE&nw 'gw-wiww EWt-jrOTtttcggStfasres sMBtmiJilliasyuflMBaui V" SSSSSSSSSSBSSBSSSS i ! - , '. - - ilitljlta dgaglt. CI i Y AND COUNTY NEWS. WICHITA. THUItSDAY. A1T.IJ, 8, 1875. The trees alon,j Ibo river arc lassllng out. The prairies are warming with curlew. J 'rait tree planting is an epidemic hero now. The grass is up e crai inches and grow ing finely. Nest hiding, anion; order. the birds, is now in Gardens have been planted fur eoeral weeks, in this pirtoi the state. Nineteen members were received into the l'rcsbytcriaa church bit Sunday morning. I'arasoli and linen coat made their flrt ap pcarcnto on our streets last week. The buds arc bursting and a full chorus of sweet Inglng birds are v ociferou)y cheering. The face of nature has liecu washed by late raln, ot her withered brown, and is primp nowin green and flowers. The time for holding- serried at the liaptist Church has bem clnngcd from 11 o'clock A. 51. to 10J o'clock A. 11. A good girl capable ol doing genera 1 lioti'O work ! wanted. Apply at W. A Thomas & CoV, Occident! I'.lock. W. V. Cox kolicillng sgent for Wichita township lias returned from the ca-t alter ar duous labors rpcntln btha'.f or the needy. 1 he pulpits of the MethodUt and Kaptist churche were occupied last Sabbath by mem bers of thdVrcfcbytery of Emporia. Otcarltccd. the uurocryman, i mailing bis sjirlndclhcry. He and IiU tree can be found cst of the depot, and a f.no stock he Iia. Last Saturday w as tlio warmest of tha v cry w arm daj s-'thU (.pring. Tlio tjcrmomctar fctood at 75 degri'cs In the sliado at 1 o'clock p. tn. Henry chwoterpropocs to ride on a wag on filled Willi the relic of our polar wac if it takes all summer, l'ricfly ho will peddle Ice. Ste special. llarcfoot boytt arc around knocking the f-cn-t'racnt out of Wlnttlcr's poem, by mcaklng on tarnplc stand In front of grociry houses and begging apples and "tlch". Several car load ol brick were brought here from Scdgw ick city, to keep things run ning on the new brick blocks. The demand cscccdi the supply at present. JlifsKmmallus'cll, of the firm of Mcllll lanA Co., who has bi-en abnnt in Leaven worth during the whiter, rctu-ned homo to Wichita this week. Hr. Hornerinforms us thnt h Iia made ar riingmLnts with me-'-rs Harlelc .t I.ngbot lom to handle his stone -lights point and that hercjilcr It will be sold a! liaidpan prices. Improvements are i ife In cv (yry pait of tow n new dwellings, additions to oH one, added porches grapy nrbor, palntln?, etc., and ' mw alreadj wo begin to glisten in the i-pring sun. Of the several hundred cvtra eopies pub lished of last week's KtULi:, containing a re view of the eltv'i, business but twentv-fho cople remained on Innd the 1'ridiy morning following. Teams have been crossing the new bridgo o cr the hit tic rit cr at tlio west line of Central Ave., forsevcral weeks. The structure ocr tl.e Ilig river Is already completed. All done, even the approaches. Mr. Matheis,ottliu well known linn of llatheus, Kiiigsburry .V co. Ifansas City, was In eTur city lait week looking alter the inter ests of hi firm. He thinks this will be the great calt.c point lor 1S7S. Kwtj thing in the economy of inturp seems to be well regulated, thoroughly systcmatl7ed harmon.ou! blended, except burk beer tea ton and cttj elections. Iljck beer wont come till May, then srrc-ts will be in order again. Townhip trustees have an Important work to perforin this spring in connection with tho listing of property, and that is tho taking ol thuccmus. lllanksinttiuaions and so forth, will bo furnished thern, and, wu believe, the law cuu off ibo pay lor the fonrr- Ii;thcUtter worivisucglcctod. Jim Anderson gets away with tills conimu nlty In the poultry line. He has several lien I hat are lav Ing close tip to tlio golden egg, goose billing". One brought to our ofllco by bun, last week, matured 0 inchci around oi:o wjj, and 7j inches tho other. The sjiriug crop of dogs Is already littered, the) can be teen at anj minute of the day and In mi) direction, staggering woak kneed over pralrH shc!... gohnf down on their jowls over clodsord-.ublingupllkoajack knlfo in at tempts to -;2t off foot high ldcwalk. Joi c Ij n ha edaiBttiin ol importance jin our am ei Using columns to Tarmers, rrcla-ht-ers and all who lino to buy corn. Partus' in wantot grain should go to the Depot at oner w hero it Is h-uidlcd cheapest, and .Jocclyu keep It in quvntilics lor all comers at car prices. Look out below, for what do you call it"? S.ic, he puscd through hero la,t Saturday wearing a linen coat and trouer. white lace veil, pirama hat and silk parasol. It was supposed to !c the apparition ol sprin, but lid not materialize sum clently on account of the Inrlrmrnrv of the weather. 'i ho 11. i: Sabbath whoo! concert ktt '. U da) night, under the supirvlslonofiha supei Jntcndcnt W. J:. Stanlcj, was well attended. Tho young folks were assisted by tho church choir 1'nc proceeds ol tho concert are for purtha-ingga'ibj-th school books. The sn pcrintciident announced that the vhoa! was preparing to givo another In a lew weeks. Wc tco a statement In some of our exchange to tho effect that Kcv. J. C. l'ost Is laboting to secure the pvrdon of oc Holmes, fonncrpoI inaslir of this city Holmes was a member of llr. IVs chunli, and Hie I ttlcr gentleman, wUbraam olhcis In this vicinily, novcr be lieved Doe guilt) of the crlmo of whleh he vs convicted Jlr. I.ascin, who live twelve miles north of Wichita, in Crant tow n.hip. tells us that ho can t.o tho entire city quite ollcu In a mir age, generally iu tho early morning when the atmospheric conditions arc such at time that he can even count tho house- with distinct nc.s and certain!). Tho scene appears at au elevation or twcho or thirteen degrees anj is quite eiiehsnting. 1 he district court adjourned until the nine teenth of the proseut month, when It will heir the Injunction .ae ol Sol. H Kohuvs. the County fomniissloners, and the cac of S. A. Knghsh vs. The Cltv of Wichita. Iholift-t Is with reference to the removal of the countv olllccrs to the Occidental l!!tck, aud the latter is a question of sidewalk tares. IT wc have au) subscribers who arc Iu ar rears aud who have more voting elm tree than mousy, we say to them that we would like a half down trees or that variety, say about tweut) feet hli-b, from twelve to twen t) inUics in circumference at the butt, with nice top and good root. Tor such ticcs e,iheringl,b) twos' or a uiaiiv a a halt doxm we will allow a good cvsh price It deliv ered nt our homo w ithln tho nct ten da) . John Kent the grevt seed man of St. l,ouI sent evcraldoMii package or t-eeds to the Count) Commissioner for dMribution. ln-ca- .lohn Carjientcr and John Tinker div ided them equally among the (liflerout townhlps The agricultural departmsnt at Washington sent tho fomiulsIoiiers a!o, through the State Heard ol Igricullurca lioso! oats and bmora corn K;d which was distributed in th same m.nner. At great length. ar.d often In the past vcars have wctllscuscd the blue gra qucstiou. If any one doubuit growing In this valley wc a-k tlicm to look Inidc the enclos ure ol Win. Rrlefientecii. J. n. Mead, J. C. I'rakcr and othrrs of our citizens. Tlic gns from tho seed sown a year ago looks splendid aud In she Instance nvcicd solid sods arc formed. What a grand country this valley w 111 l.e when once eovcrcJ with blue or other tame grass. Oreca gras thsn until after Christmas and by the Cr-t or middle or March In tho spring. Trie standard or average laowuri or the atmo-tphrrc too, would b much greater. Wo long to sea the day when our prairies will be it leat dotted with green pastures or blue grass. City Election. Tho city clc.etion passed tiff pleasantly enough so far a good feeling was concerned; the usual amount fliudlum was gone throng It with ;micU as processions of carriages, bear ing placards, like: "Do wn with the tyrants.' "Otir city In sack cloth," also, "Vote for pu rity and business." The omnibus w& coi er cd with painted cloth, which through the -efforts ofeight horses and a driver was flaunt ed at the various voting precincts, while a brass band tooted up and down the streets, the whole resembling a harlequin attempt at the metropolitan. All this probably had something to do with bringing about the fol lowing IlESULT. CANDIDATES. Mayor: Georce E. firms G. W. Ilobb J&mvs O. Hope Police Judge: J. M.Atwood K. 1!. Jcnitt City Trecturer: R. G. -Wright It. Cotell City Manhal: M. 3Ieai;lier ., , D. r. Parks . bmilh , City Attorney: B. II Ficbcr. Vm. Baldwin I. M Italderston Trraturer School Hoard: I 78 o: 40 41 CI 1)0 32 33 .1. 110 101: 12.1 10S w WJ3C1 109.310 4j 378 w'jto 69..31 14 a Vsiic 41iW 17210 J. P. Harden. . . ... Jmttcei cf the Peace: D. A-Mitchell K. If. MlMier 8. W. McCoy Cha. Itatton VV. II ilead. . C A. Stafford Conttallet: .1 TV. McCottmy . J-K. Iliimplircr. Wiu. Kinij. John Karris ti'jb ie7 icy 71 1J0 73 21! SJ ( si sriu 41175 76 .'10 :u 4i 40 i'j; 79 117 13-J 133 Sffi lw.ni 121,145 51$ 3MV4 10, 32! 27U53 Councllmcn elected: M. Zlmmcrly, Ut ward; John Forn y, 2d ward ; J. Kimiilneky, Si waiil; J C l'raker, 3d veard and J. L. D)cr to fill a eaacy School Hoard: G. P. Ilargis, Ut ward; K. I.. .Tdcksoq, 2d wanl; A. A. Hjdc. 3d wanl; II. J, Hills, Uh ward. The county commissioners met on Monday. A canvass or the vote on the bond election discovered the bonds to have becu debated by a deafening majority. Last 1 hursdvy was "all fool day," a fact not only announced but experienced by us. I.Ike the cirly bird we were around betimes when wc met sbcrlffMisscy who with much fuss and leathers proceeded to show an article ofsugar which he declared ho had made from sorghum molasses at the same time desiring our opinion, and hoping tint wc would not fall to notice It, which we now proceed to do. It was nicely granulated. With an c)o of a connoisseur wo stired It, praising him for his enterprise and dilating at large upon the pos sibilities ol the future sorghum crop. Just there we should have thought of April 1st and stopped, but w c didn't. We tasted it. Of all the vilhinous compounds that over went Into a poor editors mouth, that mixture of salt, uugaran.1 pepper was me vuet. l.clOrc wc got through sputtering, spitting etc., the meek eyed shcrifl was two blocks away Inno icnlly reading a sulipecna to a witness In a di vorce caso. Hut docs ho suppo'o that wo will cver.'orgct the Indignity, never. Wo have heard of birds being caught by sprinkling 6alt upon their tails hut a mixture orsalt and su gar Is too thin for an Kaoi.i:. Alter all, AVIchllVs lato t're cm only be viewed in the light of a "blessing .n di-guW' even if the diguic wis a hot flame that con- sumeun good m-iny hard earned dollars. Tho unsightly gap mide right In the business center ol the town is already being filled up by two substantial and permanent business houses whleh aro being built by Geo. Sals- bur)- cq, and Hope &, Itiehard. Tnreo more oftlic loU made vacant by the firo will bo supplied right away with permanent brick buildings. J. II. Herington will erect a line two story business house upon the cite of the old Southern hotel. Jlr. Tcwsberry ol New Hampshire has Instructed mes5rs. Steele & Levy to replace his lo-trrame with a pcrnn ncntbilck, and Will Woodman tells u that the linn ol W. C. Woodman .t Son hav e de termined upon electing a brick business house in place of the ono detro)od for them. v hen all tlieso builuings aro creeled and with tho First National Kink and Todd A, Uo)al's building on tho north, tint block ol our city may be called pretty sale. Champion walkits oarsmen, and fightlsts, have all received through the press, the full meed or praic. vet has nothing, or vcrylittlo lirci tnlil until now, on Ilia mlyut r iiamj.. on bridge builders. Wo have this individual at Wichita, In tho person of W. J. Iiobon, who has just completed the illth bridgo built by him, oyer the Arkan-is river. 'Tho con tract for this last bridge, spanning both river wa3 taken on the 1st day or March, and com pleted, accepted and paid for on last Tuesday. Tho structure is substantial, M hundred feet long, anil built oNnrd wood, well braced, with abutments on piles driven twenty feet. Mr. Hobson goes hence this week to Peace, Kinsas, on tho Atchison, Topeka & Sant-i Fc Kvilroad, where ho has taken a contaact to build a bridge ov cr the P.lg Arkansas, JCO feet long, at a iot of S'l.CCO. Tins, when com pleted, will mako tho sixth structure ol the kind he ha placed over tho same river, and within a radius or a hundred mllc. Loon Touquet has returned from a winter spent in tho vicinity or his childhood's home, noir Paris France. His father and mother came with him and they will all work togeth er on Leon's fine farm, northwest of here twelve miles. They brought n any seeds and culling from Franco that if got to giovv Ing here will add a new feature to the produc tions of this soil and climate. Mr. Foqtiet the elder, is an experienced grape grower and or clnrdcst and wo expect, not many )ears hence, to cc Fieneh wine, homo made, added to the attraction of our hotel bills of rrc. Wc welcome them to this laud bo It o or not and tnit they will all livelong and bo con tented and happy. Several of our fanners huvc told us tint in sonic localities the chinch bugs arcquilu thick In the pralile gras. and Inve a'ked us our opinion of burning the grass to destroy them. Aarutowe are opposed to burning off the prairies, either In tho fail or spring. No doubt ihcanmivl destruction of old grasses cflccts the moisture ol the almosphcro to a lirgo degree b) destroying its natural humidity. Hut ihe the suggestion of burning up these pels by liring tho prairies, seems a wise one. and wc should like the views ot experienced pralrlo f irmers upon this subject. Tho In-coining coach from Wellington, last Saturday afternoon, was met this side of E' Pao by a party In pursuit or a hor-o thief, w ho had at "pcepodn " that morning, rodo otl a dapple grey, tho property of ono or tho pur suing u.ty. The thief had left one or his ganntleli In the -table, a ncat-looklng glo e, showing tha wearer to bo small handed as w til as liglit-tingered. Tho party swung away oi cr the prairie on the trail, w aiing the gaunt let high ia air. while each anxiously clutched the lariat rope hung to hN (.addle pummel. A determined look was in each face, indicating that ifcaught. thcthicr would lore hMdcntity in tills world, speedily enough. The new and elegant ock ot poods just un boxed. at the store or AY. J. Hobson, Main street, two door north or Woodman's bank, includes an cudle-s aariety of new. styles and the bct brands of ladles' shoes and slipper-, alo gentlemen's wcarot cicrydc-crlption, in the way of hoots and summer shoe. Call and examine this -lock. The entire outfit, includ ing fUrul-liing goods print, itc, wa- select ed with reference to the well known taste or Mr. II. 11. Lilt, in charge. The fhcapest cah -tore in town, remember. . ' ' T. C Hull-ton and Milo 11. Kellogg swap ped property ta-t week. Hull-ton gao his farm twclie miles north of town ia exchange for Kcllogg's hou-end lot on Emporia Ave Mr. UuUston ha demonstrated the fact, after a thorough tct, that he I not a farmer. He i a t iccbinic and a good one. A regular old time, five years to learn the trade, black--mith, williugto engage in the buslnc-s pro vided he cu get employment. He was pop ular In his neighborhood, a thickly settled one, and could influence a con-idcrable trade to his employer. Marion Centre, March 31, 1ST5. Mis. Editor : In your paper, dated March 1Kb, 1 notice reference made totho watch pre sentation at the 31. E. Conference, held at In dependence. In that notice you say that '-Col. Iluckner, ihe gallant commander of one orthc best regiments Ohio sent to the war,"!snow the preiidlnr clderot thU district. Icallaour attention to tho tjet that he was colonel or the ' glorlou- old Seventy-Ninth Illinois regiment, j in-tead (fan Ohio regiment. Pleisc mako' the correction, and say that hc.tnakcs a good f prc-ldlng elder. " Your rjre tfu ly i C.A.SlX, An interesting and instructive article on ed ucation will be found on our editorial page. The proceedings of the presbytery, which met here last week, will be found on our sec ond page. The annual .Meeting of the Sedgwick Coun ty Agricultural Society, for the election4 of of ficers, was held in Eaglo Hall last Monday af ternoon. A report of the proceedings will be found elsewhere. Jones Bros, have secured the valuable ser vices of Col. 11. Stewart as salesman, to assist n disposing of their Immense stock of groce ries and queensware. Without further notice, parties who have engaged hedge plants of Mury Schweiter are requested to call for them as the demand is growing so fast that it will be" impossible to hold tbcm longer than this week. Our county treasurer's quarterly report was received one day too late, but will appear next week. The report is very full and shows Mr. Woodcock to be an accurate and prompt offi cer, which everybody concedes be is. Dr. C. C. Furlcy was summoned by tele graph to Nashville, Tuesday evening.' His wife, who is on a visit to her mother at thvt point, is dangerously ill. As proof against the report that there was any citizen here willing to sacrifice himself, or to spend money for a petty city "poslsh," wc offer the fact that at this office alone, seventy live different combinations were made, the number of tickets exactly aggregating 21,300. Hon. Jolm J. Ingalls paid this commu. nlty a visit last Wednesday. He expressed surprise and gratification at our growth and apparent pro-pcrlty. Senator Ingalls left on Thursday morning's train for Atchison, lie looked unusually well and was In the best of spirits. The Wichita L.efiLi: is out with a big histo ry ot Wichiti, its business and prospects. Wc hopo they are as good as the Eaglk repre sents them. Leaztnicerth Timet. A "doubting Thomas.'' As good as repre sented, or course they arc! Como down and see us, Colonel, and wo will warrant that you win ne constrained to exclaim, like the hltor fcal queen, aud like thousands who have vis ited our)oung city, "hi, the half has not been told inol" A stroll along the principal thor oughfares ot Wichita would remind jou ol Leavenworth in the da)s of 'C1-C5. To all subordinate granges in Sedgwick county: You are requested to send your mas ters, past masters, their wives, (who arc ma tron) one delegate for every thirty members. and ono lor every fraction of thirty equal to liltccu, to a meeting to be held at Kaglo Hall, Wichita, 'Ihursday, April IS, for the purpose ol organizing a eeimty grange. It is earnest ly hoped that every grange be fully rcpre ctcd. L. A. DoksY, Scerctary County Council. Sl'KCIAIi NOX1CLS. Bridgo Notice Wichita April C, 1873. L'r. Kvclk: Ily order of tho board of di rectors of the Wichiti lJridgo Company, we wish to Inform the people of Sedgwick coun ty, and others that on and alter Monda; April 12, 187S, wo will lose the bridge for re pairs for a few da)s, alter which it will be opened as a toll bridge, with a marked reduc tion in the toll. This action is altogether ow ing to an iiisutlielcncyof runds for its pur chase at the present time. J(cpcctfully, C. 1 Gilbeict, I'rcsidcnt. N. McCliies, Sec. W. D. Co. l-2t To UUILDLKS -MJ COXIHACTOKS. Being largely interested in tho prosperity ol AVichi ta, I have made iirrangcmcuts with Hurtle & Longbottom to furnish stone and lime at great ly reduced prices. Tho best lime will be sold at thirl) -liv c cents per bushel at their lime houo near the depot, and orders rccclv cd for stone at from four to five dollars per cir, according to quality, par ties pa) Ing their own freight. This arrangement docs away with jour men who hcretoloro have inade.btiildiiig material so expensive that none but the rich man could have a foundation or cellar under his house. Now It will come within the reach or all to enjoy the luvury of a good cellar. I will promise )ou good, full car loads of stone, snd the very best of lime. A. T. llOUNER, Florence Quarry. llcnrr csiiinetiur win run an Ice wagon regularly during the entire scaion, to all parts of tlio city. im Allen is handlm: corn and oats by tlio qusn tlty and will sell a low as any one dare sell. 4IMf Tie peaches only 20cts a can, at Allen's 49-t Wc are prepared to compete and will, with Within, in goods aud pritc, .1. G. Duns comb, West t ichita. 4S-2t. Take j our hides to C. 31. Garrison, the old est hide buyer in "Wichita. 27-tf Wanted to trade, ten shares of Occidental Hotel flock for country or city property. For further information inquire at this oflic. 4S-ti Knowing that vrc can buy, at Alien's, cider, pips lect, California honey, buckwheat flour, Mijjar.loaf sj rup, saucr-'-nut, etc., shouldn't ttc be happy? 4(t-tf Ono marble soda lountsin and generator, ucd one season, for sale cheap. JlKYtr. iCo., Utl Hutchinson, Kansas. Wanti:i. FI c hundred mulberiy posts, Inquire of A. T. I.ouusbury or C. C. Allis- ton. 40tf Fine farm for sale on the While water. One hundred and sixty aerc ol rich land, part of which Is culthated; houc, stable and corn crib on tlio place. ANo, 3 stock ranch of six hundred and ninety-four acres. All tllablc land with li lug water. Both places for .ale cheap. Apply to Win. L. Pratt, Augusta, or at Cha. K. Deanc's lumber yard, near de pot Wichita. 48-tf. Two hundred sets of w. g. teas, Fifty sets of w. g. codecs. Six dozen of w. g. ewer and basins, Fifty dozen ot goblet, Six do7en of glass sets, Phted ware, iory and rubber handled kiiic, and best a-ortment of cutlery in Southwestern Kaiisii, at Caldell A Tils wortbV. i-tf Sweet potatoes, sweet potatoes At Cald well & Tits worth. 00-tf Emllio Bu.cr will open an cmbroidcrv school for ladles and children for teaching all kinds of fancy work, as silk embroidery, can a's broidery, crochet, tatting, netting, knlt- Itlng. Ilcideuce on Main street. oproite Oc cidental. .Makes taquct, children's saquc. hood, mat"., men's c.arf, ail kinds of silk embroidery and canas broidery. SStf The large, (9hiouab!e and well assorted stock ot goods jU't received from the eastern cities bj W. J. Hobson, Is in charge of that elUcicnt and popular salesman Henry. B. Lltt, who isin'tructed to sell at the lowest marg in, while hu natural charactcmlic, to repre sent ood Jut as they arc, make this ono of the dry goods house ot Wichita grewing in trade and firor among the people 45-tf Now Heady tor Orders. Alter consid erable delay, the Kansas City Lithographing Company are now ready to receive orders for their map of the .tati of Kansas. Every bus sincss man should have one. It is the only reliable map of the state that has been pub lished Tor a number of years back, and it i guaranteed thoroujhly correct In every re spect. A year's labor has been expcudd in the compilation and engraving of the map. The vast number of changes that have occur red in the stat In the last live years render almost urele ihe maps cow iu use. As this new wall map embraces M the surveys up to the present year, location of every town and pot office, it becomes a necessity to ev6ry bnsiccs man. It is four by -even fret In size. Price $10. Address Kacia City Lithog-iph-ing Company, Ksnas City, Missouri. 42-3 A new lot ol. pumps and pipe recleved by Shiichteri Ruell. SStf" The Franklin Cook stove, best in the mark et at shlichter Russell's Svtf Tho lightest manny breaker, Isthe"KceK" which you And st SbSeater BosseU'c. COtf The best tinner it to be lound at Shlichtcr and UusselTs sstf English -piced rolls at East and West Gro cery, Terr nice, try a slice. 41-St Spiced pigs feet st J, 3J. AUea's Grocery. Patents on all land entered prlorto April 1st, 1874, are now ready at the land office. It would be well Tor tie parties to whom the patents belong to get them and hare them duly recorded, which may tare a long and tedious litigation at tome future time. 44-tf TO MV CC8T0MKBS JJXD TH PUBLIC: Having purchased the Interest of H. Schweiter in the old lumber firm of Schweiter Davidson, I will be pleased to tee my old customers and any new ones that may see it to their advantage to call and see me, before purchasing anywhere else. I intend to keep good grades of lumber, and won't be under told by any firm in "Wichita- X purpose to deal on the square with all persons doing bus iness with me. Call and tee me at the old stand on market street, between Douglas ave nue and First street. Very respectfully Jobtit Davidson; Lost. A brown tetter pup four moatha old. Any information leading to the recovery of the tame will be paid for liberally at Dieter Si Kiscrs barber shop. S0-1L Judd Herrington has a large assortment ot diaries for 18K, which he is offering at cost. 00-tf All varieties ot garden AllsnV and held tectfi, at W-tf William Tucker is prepared to plow town lots on short notice and in the best ma- er, guarantees not to injure fruit trees or shrub- cry. Leave orders at Caldwell tTittswortu. The old patrons of the Diamond Front gro cery, will find W S Corbett at Miller's brick store, ote door South of the old stand. 02-2t No oetter place to get a square deal and good groceries, than at W S Corbett's in Mil ler's block. 5e-2t W S Corbett's business has more than doubled the last two month?.. Ills motto Is good goods and squire dealing. 52-2t Miller's room at No. 23 Main street, is now occupied by W S Corbett, who has added largely to his stock of choice groceries, and now can ofler superior Inducements to custo mers and others. 52-2t Sirs. Buscr just received stamping patterns lor silk embroidery and braiding: also em broidery and saddler silk in all shades. Will teach school girls Saturday morning and after noon. SlT Faiui FOR S ale. Northeast quarter of sec tion 11. township 29, range 1, east. A good house with two rooms, 40 acres or land bro ken, hedged on three sides, well improved and for side cheap. Ad'"lniag El Paso.bridgc. In quire on the premises. 50-2t Gro. Rirriin. An eighteen hundred and sev enty-Ove pocket diary, can be had at the pest office book store, at first cost. W-M Ludlam & Crawford have a large supply ot millet seed in store. 51-tf A large stock ot;wall jiaper just received at the I'ostofllce bookstore ol-tl A Cholco variety ol wall paper at the!'. O. book store new st) les and shades. 01-tf Wallpaper, wall.paper, wall paper in every variety, at the 1. O, book store. 51-tf Ludlam & Crawford have just received thirty bushels or Osage orange seed, which they will sell at low down fl'itres. 51-tf Ludlum & Crawford are prepared to furnish Early ltose, potatoes In any quantity desired. 50-tf Seed potatoes Early Rose at Luulum & Crawford's, next door to the nost offlee. SO-tf Farmers and feed men ill find a large sup ply of corn for fectl and seed, at I.udlini .V Criwfords, next door to the potoilicc. Ghc them a call. 01-tf Itenovate and dean up jour homes and then o to Hcrrington's and buy some nice wall piper, and ghc them tha CnUhing touch by putting on nice paper. &l-tf lluy good hedge seed vr lieu you buy. Allen warrants c cry pound he sells. 49-tf Coal Oil, Flour, SaltI At wholeale or ttall, by Caldwell A Titswortu. 4-tf New Goods. W. J. Hobson, has just re "eeh ed a splcnded new stock d! dry goed, fur nishing goods, etc., such as black alpaccas, 1 full line of (lrcss goods, caslmerei, jean, calicos and a general and well selected stock of dry goods at prices to suit the times. Call and examine our 'lock. 4s-tl 3Iincc meat in five pound pails, at Allen's, Eist aud Wct grocery. SO-'it National Steamship Line. General Emigration and Foreign Exchange OiUce, 'o. 2S0 Vet street, near Canal street New York city. Tho above splendid line of -learners, leave New York and the principle ports ot Europe, every week. Ta-sage at -really reduced rates. Persons wishing to nd lor their friends, can now purchase from t.c undersigned, through tickets to Wichita, by steamer from Liverpool, Qucecstowu or London, all needful care taken of passenger oiiarrhalat XewYork. It. riTKlw, agent Empire Houc. P. O. Box 19!. Wlehlta Ks March 17th 18T3. t3-3t VJLT-jXi'B'Y- HOUSE. 'iri'OSITK WICHITA RAILROAD DRl'OT. Most convenient locality In the city. S1.J0 per day. House thoroughly rt no atrd. Stages to allpolnum the southwest call every morning at S o'clock. Munmotb stables con nected with the house, tf A. RAY, Proprietor. DR,Y" OOOIDS, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS & SUOES, HATS & CAPS, TIIUNKS & VALISES. "W. J. HOBSON. Wc hare on band, ami wili keen a large assortment of JDJEirSZ: O-OOHDS To he soldchcxp for cash. Mv Store is uudcr the direct super vi'iouofil. B. LITT. BANK STOCK FOR SALE. IbTeS5,l-17ttiir STOCK IX THE FIUST XATIOXAL BAXK of Eltlaradn, Kaaut, srhlei I wtlj eetl oa surso tieom tersu, as I delre t nix and oe max moiwy, AKCIUBALO ElJJtS 2m-il Chtlica, IsaUtreo., Kan a-o to MURPHY & REILEY! to boy year GROOEBIES! At Wholesale and fetail. Highest Cash Price Paid for Hides! JDOTTO-XjAS -A.-a7S., 4th Door F.at oj DouglesAve, Routt. NoticCi Wichita. lhirJi27th. 1RT3 TherewUlbeameetinx of tbe Stack-holders of ine svicmta !STin uanK, at tne banking boose, for the election of Directors tr tbe ensuinc Tear, ruesday, April 13th, at 4 p. A. SOL. KOILV. TIee Presd't. NOTICE. U. S. Internal. Sevenae Special Tanc MAY 1, 1875 TO APBIL 80 1876. rpHE REVISED STATUTES of the United X States, Sections 3232, J837, 3238 and 3239, re nuireeverrDersoneiunuredliianv lnuineu. . cation or employment wbieb readers him liable J to a sr r.ui al i aa, to fkocuke AXD PLACE CONSPICUOUSLY IN HIS ESTABLISHMENT OK PLACE OF BUSINESS m STAMP denntmr tar payment or sal Special Tax for tbe peclai Tax Year beginning May 11875, before commenc ing or conunmny susinesa aiier April 30, 17S. The Taxes Ciibracetl within the Pro visions of the Lavy above Quoted aro the following, viz : Rectifiers aaoa oa Dealers, reUil?iqnr.. ..,,, ...25 00 Dealeis, wholesale liquor . .100 00 Dealers in malt liquors, wfeilesale ..50 00 Dealers in malt liquors, retail,..., ,....) 00 Dealers in leaf tobseco ... I... 2500 Retail dealers in leaf tobacco JOO 00 And on sales of over 1 1,000 Oily cents for every dollar in excess of SI, 000. Dealers in manufactured tobacco 5 00 .Manufacturers of stilts .................50 00 And for each still manufactured 20 00 And fur each worm manaDtcturcU 20 00 Manufacturer of tobacco., 10 00 Manufacturers of cigars ..nl 10 00 Peddlers uf tobacco , first class (more than two horses or other animals) 50 00 Teddlers of tobacco second class (two horses or other auimMs) 25 00 Peddlers of totfceeo, third class (one horse or ether animal) 15,00 Peddlers of tobacco, foanh'class (on foot or public conveyance) 10 00 Brewers of less than 500 barrels 50 00 Brewers of 500 parrels or more 100 00 Any person, so liable, who shall fail to coroply with the foregoing requirements will be subject to ectcru leucines. Persons or Arms liable to pay acjr of the Special Taxes named above must nppiy 10 samuei rr. ueput 1 xlIector of Internal Revenue at Junction city, Kan, and pay for and procure the Special T Stamp or'Xamps thev Deed, prior to 'May 1. l!!75, und WITHOUT IURTUErSoTICE. J. W. DOUGLASS. Commissioner of Internal Revenue OFricaopIvTinxat. Revenue Washington, D. E. , Feb. 1, 1875. . FRANLIN COUNTY NURSERIES 10 THE PEOPLE OF BERWICK COUNTY I am prepared to furnish Fruit, Shade or Ornamental Trees! Snail Frill and Osage Hed. AT BOTTOM PRICES. Also to Contract for setting Orchards or Hedge and insure. For further Particulars Call ob or Addren OSCAR REED. Wichita, Zas., or Iniuiro at the Eagle Office.- Jt-tm OSCAR REED. Wagon and Blacksmith Shop, Main St., old Albaush itaml, C. BEALLEY, Proprietor. I stand tendy to do all kinds of work in tho blacksmith lino on short uo- tico aud in first-class order, and especially do I inritc the farmers' to call on inc and try my work. A TRIAL IS ALL I ASK. Wagons and Carriages Made and Repaired,' GIVE IMS. -.A. C.AJE.I..' ' aBRADLEY Mtf ifcCAXLESS-' & JON'ES, west vCIIITA, - - KANSAS. DRT GOODS, 6R0CERIES, TDTW1RI. namtdFood,whleh he's 111 ell at WlrblU prieee au Kintl l Country rnrtuce un In exehante, 1'Joor at irtolrle. 5re bri.Ije toll nd rt jfuod 1. A JiCt.Vl3. SO-tf Weft Wichita. Kim.j Treasarer's Notics sf Sale of School Laatis. Omci or Coftt Iiuran, I SJrwKk county, Ka, March II, isa XoaeeHhprtbyeiTeBtlistlwin on satertlsy. lb inn day ! Anl, A I l'CS. I my ofbce offer fr eale sod kII ! rbe fclstest UWrr ia le rl BbdlTtiM, the fUowic; tfe-enlW school land ia jedjwlek eOBtr tt of Kjof. la-wit ctioa as, TosrciWp , naeje ;ut. Xe V, of ne , srprsl""! at S3 M per sere Nw-Sof) 5SO. of eh , " 2 SO " v Stofae s M Vof nr " S SO NS,ofiiw4 " 2 JO S Vof nw li " S SwSofmrS, . 110 " eVof:: " IS) .Swofi. iw -'of u. .. " it " sws. of . tea . ofssrv " in ej of . Bids assy V au4e karwees). t stars f Us nu a4 S p. st i Jrwooncocs. OisMlirtioB Nfttjce. Tbe firm of Hacm A CkLiaIl &u ?h Ar. liissolved by Jnctml eoaist. J i llr4. reoir iar. II. II. fCebifdi wilt eoattaae ttx. bai&eM, eoUect all bills ssd jay all cUtsu f is I te Sna. II H.KiaiAJnP-'. Wittft San, X J , IS?. 0-t MEW ADVERTISEMENTS.' FLOUR & FEED STORE 0.B.IiTT3DXiTnM: St CO, Commission Merchants. Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN FLOUR AND GRAIN. ffigtat Xtrket Priw ptU ia Guh fcr Oni. Come and see us. First door East of Eagle Block. IB-IT Kaw Valley Nursery! 100,000 Apple Trees, 2 & 3 years, fiat. 130,000 UEDGE-Two years old. 50,000 APPLE CEAFTS-16.00 per thoasaad. SO.COO VAPLE-3 to 5 ft., 13, J to 3 ft., f 10 per M. 39,000 BCDDXD Teach Trees, also 50,000 STrE!DTiTN'Q-S For Groves and Fruit 1 to 4 feet, $2.00 per hundred, SKI. 00 per thousand. Pear, Cherry, Plum, Apricots, Neetariass, Ornamental Trees. Small Fruits, Shades, Evergreens &c. O Send for Catalogue and Price last. -3 E. R. STONE,- Topeka, Kansas. 40-ly ALE AND BEER. WTOJd-L'J.'. BBEE?, AND ALE BREWERY! A. "TTIZGAND & CO., Proprietors. nTinz opened a Hrenery ia Wichita yt are prepared to supply th- city and country trad, with the best Ale and liter, on short notics. Also Bottled Beer and Ale for family use. BEJSR DEPOT, DOUGLAS AVE., Between JJain and Water Street, , WTCHITA, 3CA.IT. BL. J. R"E3I-M:-E!ES MA1X STREET, WICHITA, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Ceepi coaitantly on hand a full line of STATIONERY, TV ALL PATER, ' TOCKET CUTLERY, and NOTIONS. A fall line of CouiUctly on hand. ily A Bare Bargzin ! I will exebisj 100,000 OTGrRS Tor Dented Lima in. smcrER or sedswici ars. Will waat part Or all HoUom Ia i. Th Oftrt arc aallahle forth ttui. Addna W. A.TILTO,TolJa Okie, T S-la QUI, TltJCKM. Qril WICHITA 22ZWIS7. EMIL WEKXER Jt CO, Props. BEST LAGER BEER & ALE alsrsr oe saa4 Orlersfraa aJiroad Soiieited aadfrsaBj'Sr' tendriSa. OFFICE KO. IT 5IATX STBEET, WICHITA, Tf 4 VT tf-5-' LAND! - LAND! ;LAND! s . A " 'ste'ble ac 'xjimVirV Real Estate Brokers and Insurance Agents Near Northeast Corner of Main, Street ami Dock Avowe, (OfpMete tka Iak Blee) WTCiU.'.L'.A,- SBIX3- W J.J3st OOUJMIL'Z. IKLAJNCSAS. TKC OLDEST Agents for the RED STAB and AMERICAN Line of StetUMaiM. Tkksto aM at towwt k(m t m4 tnmM mmV la EUROPE t awl fre all poiHtaUKAKSAS. - Below will be fouBd aiwrtial lkt of lutda tkat we kart for sale, aad wkkk ia waaa id aaek weak. ParUaa wlaalaa to ezaatiae or pnrckaae laada will iad a coareyaace oa haad to aay of tkeat, frca afeaarge. AMwapaitj aarrtaii? for parties at a distance ia careful! j- (elected aad penoaall v exaauaed. Ia coaaeetiaa with tka real eatate aaaiaeaa, wa bare aa Abstract of Title o&ce, showing all transfer. by deed or aaortcage, lieaa, Jadgawata. er delects ia tMe te aay laada or lots ia Sadgwick coaaty, aad therefore caaraaty .the title t8 aay property aarcaaaed thraagk tkia asltf. tjoiieetiBf rests aaa payiaa; taxes aneaaea to promptly. . OOSREJSEOITDESrOB SOLIOITBD. iTTA faithful adherence to duty in the interest of oar patroaa iaTolTes caatiaaal'aCc work aad Mee)aaa aar "caBBaiagatthe jrate" of erery sew baildiBg to solicit. If yoa waat iararaaea that willaet fail yea ia the "trrlac hoar'' faror us with a caU. Werepreseat the following coBBpaaics: 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, la connection with the following list we haTe for sale several tracts of land, ranging from 1 to 20 acres, adjacent to the city, suitable for suburban resi dences, and choice residence lots in all parts of the city. "Wo also have the ex clusive agency of several of tho best business lots in the business center of the city. Call at our otBce for infor mation as to price and location. SPECIAL FOB. X FEW DATfS. NO. J7J 160 acres, northeaat quarter aection 19, towwhip 28, 1 treat. lMce COO. NO. 37 160 acrei, loutheait quarter ot aec tion 29. townhlp 28, t weit, tome Im proTeraenU. 1'rico BOO NO.S77 IOOacrea,10mUea east of Wichita, w.t.nl hr Vaar Mile creek. 15 acres of hard-wood timber, 10 acres In culti vation, 35 acres enclosed by god board and post fence and good frame dwel iinir, situated ina good neighborhood and within half a mile ot Midland pott office. Price 1400. SO. 3$3 Southeast quarter of aection 18, township 27, range 1 cast, 13U acres : halt mile north of Wichita; has 30 acres of timber, 60 acres in cultivation, 14x24 11 story frame house tnfcood condition, watered by the Little Ar kansas river. Price .t,500. N'O. SSI 160 acres, northwest quarter of sec tion 14, township 27, range 1 west, -J miles west of Wichita: 160 acres In cultivation. 12x14 pine bouse, in pood condition, three-quarters of a mile In hedge. Price $2500, part cash and balance on time. NO. 340160 acres, 3 miles northwest of town, 30 acres in cultivation. Price t per acre. NO. 349160 aeres, 41 miles southwest of this city, bottom land. Price f.50. NO. AO Northeastquartcrof section II, town ship 28, range 1 west, 160 acres, good bottomland. Price sou. A GOOD BARGAIN. NO. 314180 acres. 7 miles northeast of town ; 15 acres in cultivation, and hedgo rows broke. Price S550. NO. 316 160 acres good land, 5 miles north west of Wichita ; some improvements. Price $800. NO. 31T A good stock or agricultural : firm 1120 acres, with 300 acres of timber; entire tract watered by the Little Ar kansas and enclosed with wire fence ; 100 acres in cultivation ; 5 miles north of Wichita. Price 19 per acre, part cash and balance on time, secure on land. NO. SSA 160 acres, nertheast quarter ofsec. Uon9, tewnsuip ai, range wc-.i, acres inculthatlon,12xl4framehouo, five miles northwest of town. Price 800. NO. 273168 56-100 acres llrst bottom ; GO acres broke ; 2 miles rroni mis city , """ east quarter of section B, ti?wn 27, 1 east. PrlcotOO. NO. 517160 acres, 10 miles north of Wichita, 1 mile or valley centre suuiun, uiuS the northwest quarter section 32, town ship 25, range 1 east, part bottom and part upland; has 10 acres In cultiva tion, irame nuuw iim !'- . ft w ell or water, 15 apple and 250 peach tree, crape aud utlier small tmiia planted. Price for next SO days $1000. NO. 282 Northwenquartcrorctuontf,ioii- shlli 27, range I wen, an uoii " 7 miles from this city. Price BOO. 0RE7V.X) THIS. NO. 90 ICO acres flnt bottom: southeatl quarter section 33, township 27, range I cast; 60 acres under cultivation; pine frame houc 12x10, with kitchen; II miles from Wlihlta. Price .1,000. NO. 250 ICO acres : 25 acres of timber, and SO under cultivation ; corral of 5 acre fenced; watered by Arkansss riser; 8 miles from Wichita. Price S1100; one-third cash, and balance to suit purchaser, secured on land. NO. 229 A first clas Intel for sale, situated on the corner of Kirst and Water street, in the city of Wichita, being 2 Stories high, containing twenty rooms. This bouse was built three years ago, and Is doing a good buniiieM. This property can be bought for tCCOO, ou eaif terms. Kor full particulars please address us. CJTSteele & Levy are the excluUre agents of over H0.0U0 acre of railroad lands, conipri Ing the lands belonging to the A., T. t H. K. railroad, In twp No. 25 A 26. ranges No. 1 and 2 eat and 1, 2 and 3 west. Tee are by far tbe bent railroad land in Ibo Arkannas valley, convenient to the city of Wfclilta, the large.t and most enterprising- city wet of Topeka. The lands adjoining those of the railroad com pany are well improved. Townships ami school districts aie organized, school houses built, and schools snpiorted in nearly all ol them. Dt you wnt jooi larj tijtininj lovn, try ti. NO. 302 40 aeres; northwest quarter of the northwest quarter 01 scuon , town ship 27, rauga 1 east; miles east ot Wlrblta: a splendid residence site. Price 800. NO. 804 -240 seres; tbenortheaitquarterand the north half or tbe southeast quarter of section 4, township 20, range 1 east; has 25 acres broke, and hedge rows bioke ; 8 miles north of Wichita. Price 1500. NO.J0J-1C2 64-100 acrea; northeast quarter of section 1, township 27, rouge 2 east; 10 miles east of Wichita. Price Kfl. NO. 17 640 acres ; being the wools of section 3, township 26, range 1 west; good bouse and stable; V acres In eultivs IIqii. 23 acres In timber and watered by the Arkansas river; 1 miles from posteflce and church. Price 10 per acre, will trade far cattle, NO. 390 Northeast quarter of section 4. town ship 2d, range I west, 30 acres In cul tivation; 4U0 forest ami 40 fruit trees planted; bouse 12x14. Price flOper acre. NO.SSft 10 acres, the southeast quarter of section 2, township 28, raogi 2 west; unimproved. Price 700. NO. 34 160 acres, tbe southwest quarter of section 12, township 27, rang I west; splendid land, 31 mile northwest of town. Price 8 pr acre. NO. 387 Southwest quarter cf section 31. township 27, range 1 east; 3 mik southwest of town. Price KC NO. 388-163 10-1CK) acre, being. Bortbeast bouc, gexx! stable and watered by Wttie Arsasjss. iwtiwiwcjuw tlays for Uwl with crop 15.W jr tat. NO. 61 100 acres; nortbJt quarter of -tlon 14, towtshlp 27, ra&je I et; 2 miles cortnea.t , beibptoti cpland. Price VT NO. 410 1Q acres, la sertlos 33. ttrsmsiJp V., cultivatiB; lSt24 ptc fci; w sirr ed by the Arkansas river; S jrik oath cf lows. Price XSA. fJTIf ysO eaesftt Bad airrtilngSa t4ss c4- J uasss that suits yn 3 at war nxm, conser i of Hals street tsi Dv3u avensa. 1 Tbe coautlc of &d?Uk, Saaaser, J4iif raller XenecaJi. coonlrr tion ritBg ft ixrtru to zvelr tmia w.dlb. OJfa-.tyeaw. ,f JeM aisirsUtirl S3b iki tuni f T!i "". Walnut aad Wiit-ewttcr riycrs .HHU u JWafl ,hprtz . Grant VWbMm fw4 Cintlu m3t7 dVrf r. , ' with fcrtiM raiwy. j ce mjsj o. ae ri?y ana ur.usae js a rtcb aatwlj !. arrrat feet It, iWL A.2i7 of allkiausji tiasarpasseu, ina lirraperaiF, rauimr ci i-sitir Tataus4i ut .. f 1.. ..' . ' : T . - . . . -s. m ..- - , .. - - " mr-m sriu .mn 5 sextioo of the ewe, anjJ ia s other part a ciie-t horn be arcfcr4 vrJO. all the :!,.; rf ?il "t"hJ?Z caltar and scty, ara-jaaitoaa pf tk UrcoiB88lt f 6tferatfa. ThumtizmMl taJimiZ9 Al x qsalet) lsdaweaU for aaoaey iuTetaw in H bai- STEELE SEAL ESTATE AGENCY IK THE it XO.M8 Lot So 4 In section U, township 2C. range 1 west, and sw of sw of sectien SB? ami wS'fnworec Jl in town , Tance 1 east. Containing 1(4 seres, has ten acre of timber; ten acres in cnltlvallon and watered by tbe Arkansas river, 11 ice IX. NO i 6B acres, in Butler county Kansas, belac sec, town S. KangeS east Agoodslock farm tfrtc S per acre NO. 504 160 acres; northwest quarter section 26, township 29, range 3 cast, in But ler county, within 2 miles of Big Wal nut, 4 miles of Douglas, 2 miles of Man ley's saw mill; has 14 acres in cultiva tion, and a good well or water. Price 450. NO. 508 southeast quarter section 12, town ship 21, range 1 west; 1) milerf from acwion; natgooo uousc with l rooms and cellar, barn SOxtt), good welt ol water, 70 acres in cultivation, 15 acres, 300 grapes in good condition. Prim S3500 : will trade for rattle. Address NO. 421 160 acres ; northeast quarter of sec tion 23, township 27. range 1 west ; has 65 acres In cultivation, rood story irameuoute ncunnisiicu; a splendid location, 2 miles westof town. Price 4000. NO. 427 Northeast quarter section 3, town ship 27. range 1 west; six miles nortli wcktoftown; unimproved. Price CM. NO. 433 South west quarter of section 5, town ship 27. raiiu 1 west; ualiuprovcd. Price COO. NO. 437100 acres ; 40 feres in cultivation and fenced with rails, good IJ story log houc, good Well and stable ; the south east quarter section 8. township 29. range 1 cast, 3 miles south of Wichita. I mc i.w. NO. 442-160 acres ; Ijtn between the Big sp.l Little Arkansrs rivers. 71 miles north of Wkhita. The nor'hrast quarter ot section 13, township 26, range 1 writ. Twenty-lire acres In cultivation, dwelling house 14x22. good well, hedge rows broke, 10U0 trult and 1000 laiwt trees planted, and school house built on th land. Price 2000 ; one half cash and the balance on tinio to suit tho purchaser at 10 per cent. We have a large number or pieces of Isnds in tracts of from on to twrntv acres, adjoin ing the city of Wichita, suitable for suburban residences. NO. 440 Southwest uuartcr of section 17. township 28, range 2 east, containing 160 acres; 41 acres in cultivation, plus house 14x11 with kitchen, one half mile of hedge planted and hedge rows broke, good well, and 30 apple ami peach trees in good growing condi tion, being 8 miles southeast ot Wichi ta and S miles northeast of El Paso, Price 1200. . ' NO. 466100 acres, In section 7, townlilp 23, range 3 east, home 12x14, 14 miles southeast of Wichita, aid S miles east ofKl Paso, watered by il stile creek. Price 650. NO. 460 South half of southeast quirter of section 35, township 2U, range 1 east, and tbe north balf of tbe northeast quarter or sectlon2. township 27, range 1 east : containing 160 acres, and wa tered by a stream of living water; 4) miles northeastof Wichita. Price 1300. NO. 461 South half of the northeast quartet of section S4, towntblp 27 rauge 1 cast. containing 80 acres; 2 miles soulhrast of Wichita, bottomland. Price 15uo. NO. 462 North half of southeast quarter ol section 27, township 27, range 1 eat, bO acres, 1 mile southeast of Wlehlta and alt good bottom land. Prlco 1500. NO. 4C3Northcat quarter or section 2, toivo- siiiiizs, range 1 east, I inserts; water ed by Uyiura creek, 15 acres or tim ber. 4 miles southeast of Wichita. Price aw. NO. 464 East ball ofsoiiltieust quarter of sle tlon 0, township 27, ratign 1 east; KO acres, one balfiiille north r W'lrbita. A splendid Uxation. Price 1.W0. NO. 4CC omhwrt quarter of section It. township 27, ranire f weit; 1W) arre., 3 miles wt.t of WlchlU, bottom land. Price 650. NO. 480 160 acre ; southwest quarterof sec tion 52, townihlu 26. range 2eat;2o acres and hedge rows broke; 7 miles nortlisant of W Ichita, Price iw, NO. 4S2 N'ortbnett quarter of section 10, township 27, range 2 east; 15 seres In cultivation ; water most of the scar. Piico 00. NO. 456 Northwest quarter seetlon27, tn shlp2G,rngo2eaH. lt"srr-i : h ml. iwrtbnst of Wichita. Price JISQ. N0.4 Northeast quartercf section J, town ship 2S. range 2 west ; & miles south west of WIcblta ; bottom land ; 10 acrss broke. Price 8450. NO. 4tt-S2rtaerc;; 7m!les,oulhrstol Wich ita; being west hstfot seetlon ft. town ship 23, railgr" esut. Pries f IW0. NO. 4S0 Soulhttett quarter of t"tIon .. township 27, range I east; ti rod. north of fair zrounds. llasalmut Sim. nt timber; watered by the Mule Aikas- j sasrirer; Macrcs In cultivation. Price fw yxi aw c. NO. 491 Nortlieat qusrter of section 27, towmblp 27, rsnge I est; 1 mijrs soutbeattof Wichita; a!) botbim land. Price 83X. NO. 432 ftouihwest mttsrr of section SS, township 27, rang 1 eat; seeondUl tom, commands goxl view of town and valley 2 miles southeast of lonn; ritlm usprosements. Price !;. so. 4SC-Houtheatt quarter or reetlon 21, ( vo-.ii.uij. .,, range j west J 7 mi!-s west of Wichita. PrUe ajifl. NO. 407340 aeres fr $1000 j Ulng tbe soslii east of section M, and tbe south west of section 25, town.'tIs M, rng I broke: watered brUn Arksnsas eliee- ! 1. o-rs vi utnuer; st ir -a v ira uuiuri ; jm mm rv-aa and 6 miles north of WfcWta. NO 4S9 Nortbeasfpisrterofsertfon3f.ti.wn shln 27. ran?e 1 w.t. h. .t..i,... . ble Improveswnts , 5 ir.lir. ajthft ' of Wichita. Pi-fcJ fv;, isi. ; rawisi quarter of s.etfn 5, township 2S, rsnge J west ; JO sere. f cultivation; wstcrd by Onrst: creek ; piodld bottom Und j 7 laUss scuthwe.t o town. 2rW ffijO. NO. 501 Northwest qnr.r of section If. townsnip zj. race 3 esat; 4j miles corttea.t of Wkbiu. Prfre(13t t NO. SI -320aeres,bIj,Btiw.tcfM.:tiu ! "U and borthw.si ef sciloa 33, tow. , .blpW, range 1 west; 25 ar,e M. i ?'?? TV "L". ''" witBwe,t 1 ofnlchiU; sfl .pfcndid land. Pne ) tl 1 SO. 5S9 Kouthwcst quarter etlia 21, towo 1 tiep 27. range I west, 14 snis west ! Af VVkfilu , sj4odJd fa4. p,i j tvji. y NO. K1J2V) acres of tvi &r sivi gran j Und. SO m!U .t of Wirhltt, 12 ! Ue from Wmsrts, waleri fcy . Utx sprlirc aod elsis cmk. VtU 1Z.i!0 run . SO. HS-IW acres la secSoas I .. 1 j. towsv i .Up a. Sge 1 ea.t . kss ,f . Uu.r. 70 acres tn tolas tti, fe rHrl br tb ArVsiww tiw. -Hi , kW sottta m w iiiits, j. mj swrtl trat nt ftrfie Plslee -14 i f igrksHtuvt Una, I'tU tan. 50. JVC 244 acres, tlv ewUiwri qssrtr f -,rtii 17 n4 sAUth h.sif u! utailfxtt f ItffsnmitipS, ftar I ,, f,r lie tC A ljosxim, lo aartrf ey 6 ty,aelgv(ltsMoalijhJ. PVsllMrt cash. .. .... .- . - . .: -i CoIy end Ksftrr cwsbptU ut rr ut trj4ss a4 as ,. - t --M " Z '. "'. "- iMS.VV UU- SOUTHWEST! 11,678,613 1,375,000 486,000 460,000 250,ooo NO. 58oorttset quarter sevtion SI, tmtt ship SB. rmoge 4 east, la Cowfry county ; has 0 acres tn rood hardwood tlber" 5 cxt!J" eaWvstloti. goo, fra. hou 16x38 with celtor, hewed T barm with corn crib, and plank feaci arouml Urn lot; wstered by Wateut P ?' fh,"ai school ; sva miles south of Douglas. Pric 8Um" one-fourth cash, and bahwc, WW ri wSii.1 ai K" or Steel. A , .I "l"i. nans. N0.54-4outawe4 of 5(t. township 55, raw S w.t. Improved. lrlce . Tii borhSotj'8' -B,i ,a 6- NO. 5U-2M iwrej 10 Kile. Bor,b 0f WlcWta. on the Uttte Arkansas river belac west one-half of northeast of " aal southwest of 38. township 59, rairT 7 west, 1 mile of Valley Centrt sYaX, has trsmy hou.e. .ub'te anU cVrn crib watereabythrUlUe ArLanwTriver peach cherrlss sml other fruit tree. l good condition. Price fVj. NO. 2-A rw. bargalP Northwest t town- fLp.,irarT l,wt' 0innt th town of London. In Biimtftr coSn y 1 ?.?; "T,,n !". framehou.. iir 'Crin Br w"' " iPJ water. Fs'-itf ' " 'S"- ' f!' .?w ,"-..--"-- " " ""rei at i.o- .--- ilUB Ol BJ ' above -land fJSw casu, u u.ai3-ortj,.ast3l. towushrp ). ranges east, In Sumner county, hsns.ri.vt acres. 10 acres In Uml.r. acres In cultlvaUoo hoii, 12x14, watVrI bv r!o?ice,r,:MuU,or,Juu0- N0.5I6-16J) acres; the southwest quarter of ""V,0"33' 0W"IP yt, range "east, tBf of Wlchlu f baf 70 acre. In culllvatUn, all good bottom land goJ house and well of ..? Price XO MO-Xo, tl,w, c; a, ,. IS. town . rM.. , l"lc ln"ur,u prf ns.u. g NO Ul-Ui. a .n 9 ,j ,, . . f inlowBS!..r.ne.le;t, vaUwi, mall hoss. itM, f,Tl Wr'.J.t" ""Ills s. ta. Price ISso as'.ofseaiiaB Kffiv.7i'y.: r ' mu k;it, or W7..: . eurtai wua NO as-l0 acres mwV of Ml towns ,.. (,! mile, i, of ik'lu 1-ulilX Kaat Wornw .,..1 1 . . 27. r.. a w.7 b,- iJ Ve ' 7t,'. frn. how. Hxja . e.'n ."D, s; wl., one yer oiT l.te .rouwl tu l,L on the .lcc ut w,rr, ,- ii.-JJI.tt. 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