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   Lawrence Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1885, Lawrence, Kansas                                OCTOBER OF Real EstMMi and Low Special attention givtfn to ABSTRACTS OF buying and selling REAL ESTATE and OOBBBCTINa DEFECTIVE 704 state j BRETT tells Real Estate and loans money if you wint to or rent a borrow money or loan some on real estate or chattel call on tne at Eastern Star M Abstracts of Real Estate Office 736 Massachusetts 838 Maasachu setts old number liratclass work only moderate D LAWRENCE Vermont near the Court hai been newly fitted up and offers firstclass accommodations at reason able PERSON 181 Lunch at fill and Western Bakery Depot and Naisachusettsl near Choicer fruits STOJVE8 SOUGHT especially for students at Al fords Hardware Stove 28 Massa setts north postoffiee 6tar Wind and American Sewing Money Loaned on Real Estate or CHATTEL SECURITY Insurance written in leading Fire and Tornado Insurance SEOOHD HAHfi The highest prides paid for all kijadsof house Store in Raymond Comer ot Massachusetts aud Berkley streets Ripel and rass Steam and Water Soxlou Co Elegant Stoves nnfl 910 Massachusetts I SUCCESSOR TO First Door AVest of Drug Attentionftiven to Nice Repairing j G 92S Massachusetts of few to the public tfce very best accominoda lions in the Day bpard per 21 meal tickets for a i JOHNSTON V F T T i TBROAU LOW THICK i THJN HEAVY LIGHT HEAD Qr any other kind of head is fitted tastefully with JOHNSON PATENT EASY FITTING for sale at JEWELER K m CITY I Massachusetts Flae while i attendinr the fairt j A COMPLETE STOCK i And no old spoiled Call and See LEONARD P ITICKET AGENT K I POIHTB AS CHEAP AS THE CHIAJFBST j 51 Eldridffe House Block WEST I I ittfK BELL j Seal Loan and All kinds of property scld or exchanged dp a general law and collection loan money on real estate and chattel and insure against cyclones and 915 Mas sachusetts I BRICKLAYER and Work in City or Country promptly attended and satisfaction I Pennsylvania and Hancock Abstracts of Title and Fire Corner Room under Eldridge GLEASON Real Estate ui Loan EWridge House I BRUCE j Piie Hair and all kinds of U MMMMthMMitte KMBMM Buy and Sell Real BRVCB j Negotiate Examine Rent Houses and Over Crews Book Store 141 MASSACHUSETTS j I Eldridge Housej AND OPENED UNDER EN TIRELY NEW Commercial Sample Rooms on the First DO YOU KNOW THAT UriDflii Climax Fty Totow with Red Tin Tag Rose Leaf iine Cut Chew ing and Brown aud Yellow SUfCFfS are the beat and quality Insurance Agency OF Companies Represented FIREMANS FUND and of San Francisco GIRARD OFFER FOR SALE on favorable terms the fol lowing described property ONE OF THE FINEST IMPROVED FARMS in Douglas IT JuINS the city limits of is one and a half miles from POSTOFFICK and less than two miles from STATE IT CONTAINS 220 acres of land divided into nine fields by substantial plank fences 50 acres good 80 acresin tame 90 acres under THE HOUSE is a substantial brick two and a half stories with sixteen high ceilings and well finished well sup plied with pantry and bath Cel lar under whole with cement door and divided into THE BARNS AND OUTBUILDINGS are all of the most convenient One large stone barn 50x100 one smaller frame one hay granary and corn large cat tle sheds and other TENANT HOUSE of five rooms conveniently three large orchards of the finest varieties of fruit ami jileiitv of small IT IS WATERED by the Kansas river and by three good wells and several tine lias windmill lor pumping THIS PLACE has been improved without re gard to and all fences and other improvements are of the most solid anil substantial A RARE OPPORTUNITY is offered for any one wishing a delightful home near the pleas antest city in where all the advautajr es of and churches can be had in connection with a tine stock IT IS MILES from Kansas City and about same distance from thus affording ready access to in i IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY will bo taken in parr if Gas and Steam Fitting and AND PUMPS A Tin Braw Ctooda ami Sheet Iron The Crown Jewel Base Burner Leads all THE A Perfect Soft Coal Base The Bristol Range Wyoming Cook Stove Have no i FULL m OF mm These goods were bought for bash and will be sold Jive me a call and examine 137 MASSACHUSETTS A RARE CHANCE TO OBTAIN A BEAUTI FUL HOME IN The tract contains SIX and lies just south of and adjoining the city of about one and a quarter from the The neighborhood is and the place one of rare The house is a mod ern style 2 with high ceilings and finished in natural wood it has 10 with a splendid cellar un der whole not and cold water in kitchen and bath House heated by ood brick carriage The grounds are elegantly laid out with blue grass lawn in front of lonty of evergreens and other shade good orchard of and plenty of small THIS is ONE OP THK MOST ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCES in the State and is offered at a ow as it belongs to an estate that has to be settled up Its prox imity to the city and to the State University makes this a most desirable home for any one wishing to educate a For full call on or ad dress GUEASOX Real Estate Parties wishing to purchase city or farm prop will find us prepared to offer the best that is for sale in the way of improved property or vacant letters promptly and the best of reference given when IRWIN COS Establishment is just North of the National 39 where Irwin can be found at all times by those requiring his II Fine Assortment of Goods ALWAYS ON HANDJ DEALER IN STOVES AND Steam and Water Heavy Sheet Iron Work Gas Brass Job j Work Promptly j j Btmet Positive bargains in Lace Embroid eries and White at I j Our Notion department is equipped all the requisites for Embroidering iancy IA Ml ratt of Underwear for THE FAMOUS CLOTHIER HUD H GENTS 11 WILL SELL YOU LOWER THAN ANY COM ALL GOODS ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIG ONE PRICE TO DUE AND AIL 907 MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN Whips 122 lusackvsetts Street BMRDIIG i HACK STIBLL Comer of Wintbrop and Vermont I attention paid to boudlni L j washing for taking entire of I those domestic duties and having j i a small stove in his apartment on which i his meals were Several months Indian ago a brother who lived for many years October Bushyj iu dud and left him a fortune v i u and he at all times supplied with of the Cherokee here j mQ5Vy This moruing he his last having come on i direct itourfamily by suddenly entering the room the He laughed when asked if where they were sitting with a large saber there was any special significance to his his hand and announcing it WM hu ini i i tentiou to at once behead all of and said he should Ijave to look They the room for places of safety KAXSAH KIIRONK A womans suffrage club has been or with tiftytvo mem round a day before he could answer The fact the administration of the Cherokees is involved in a financial snarl so that this blood thirsty scheme could not be carried and Arnold then left the About 10 oclock he appeared on Eighth iu the heart of with a mur derous knife iu his at which time he was When searched he had in HOW H s Octobcr 13 7 with the United States Rep resentatives of the antiadministration party of the Cherokees liavje been here some time looking after the interests of the Some months ago they succeed ed in getting fiom the Interior Depart ment an official statement showing how electiouof senators and their nation stands on the books of this From this it appeared that they had received on account for sale of their lands west of the Arkansas long stretch of bracing over of j known sis the Cherokee Strip r seven Representatives is conceded by the October Returns from GOO wards and precincts territory Foniker Hoad aild Prohibi It ganized at y The number of entries of all kinds made at the United States land olliee in Garden City during was Simeon a boy 17 years who lived twelve from was killed last week by a kick from a The old folks of Wyandotte had a party last There were guests their average age being 75 is to have a street rail A company with a capitol stock of has been chartered for that pur Miss of was run over by a train of near Monument on the Union Pacific the other day and Josialt Price at Eldorado the other day lost by the destruction of three large wheat stacks on his farm near Oleu Smith Smith Centre Pioneer Sheriff Carson lias been suspected by a fevy j Tue returug are coming in very i has received notice of 20 horses being and charged by them that sjich was the aml u wm be to give definite j stolen in one None of them have state of the but this was believed in the There the impression was that the was an additional sum themon the lands transferred to the Nez Poneas and The official statement ob tained a few months ago has aroused the Cherokees to realize the They see now that they are in the posi tion of having made a sale of the strip to the United States and received 000 of the purchase Jt is true the lands thus purchased shall be used only for the settlement of Indian but this government no longer has that use for the and already commissioners have been scut to the to negotiate for terms under which the condition may be waived aud the lands opened to white The recent election turned in part upon this question of let ting the strip go and the party opposed to that policy was largely in the It is apparent to the Cherokees now that they must get this sale reconsidered and the arrragemeut of a plan by which this may be accomplished is receiving atten The section under which the was paid to the Cherokees is as follows figures before All the wards been recovered or thieves and precincts heard from indicate that the Blue Strange Rapids Times The littleson of was brought to town lust suffering from a rattlesnake ing Forakers election by pluralities rangHis limb was terribly but ing from to and a large ma j will Republicans are making large gains in all parts of the and they are claimi j jority in the BOTH IAKTIES October is to day in the throes of an otl year political As a off year elections are I not considered of any great I but the contest ot today has attracted I more than usual attention because of the act that it U the important political i contest that has taken place since the adi vent of the Democratic national More than the legislature to j be elected today will be called upon to elect a United States senator as successor to John A Republican legisla ture of the return of Gar lielus secretary of the treasury as his own successor should the legislature be captured by the the proba Garnctt Journal Another installment of children from the aid society in New will be brought to Garnett within a short time for the purpose of finding homes among our Erastus one of the veterans who attended the was so severely in jured by a Topeka street car that he died in a few A collection was taken up among his comrades for the benefit of his cashier of the ionngs savings lately purchased acres of land in Thomas a number of gentlemen from Youngsville are expected to settle in Thomas and Sherman Active operations will commence Mon bilities are that the grand old day for putting iu gas works in Welling exSeuator or Johnny McLean J The council is now in session locat of the will carry off the j jng one hundred street The en A heavy vote is being polled this morn gineer will be president of but the outcome of the contest can That the sum of is hereby apj of be Both parties propriated to be paid into the treasury of j have made a vigorous and both are Cherokee nation out of funds due un der the appraisement for Cherokee lands west of the Arkansas which sum shall be expended as the acts of the Cher okee legislature direct this amount to be immediately provided that the Cherokee through its power authority shall execute conveyances satisfactory the secretary of the inte rior of tlie United in trust for the benefit of the Xez confident of The candidates for governor fought the same battle two years and while a few Republicans have expressed douhts regarding the policy of running a defeated candidate like Judge the majority of the party have held that the questions which entered into the campaign two years ago and contributed to Forakers defeat are absent from the present Missourians and now occupying the same as they spectively occupied the same before the lhe Part 1S moreover on Demo payment of said i cratic dissatisfaction caused by scrambles after tlie quarrels of thePayne and A Minister j Peiidleton The democratic man October gentlei agers ou the other hand say that the party our water which are the best in the Topeka Capital a mem ber of Lincoln while at the cemetery yesterday in attendance at the burial services over the body of was stricken with aud immediately taken by conveyance to hie John janitor in the Leaven worth was recently arrested upon a charge of robbing the Some of the property was foundin his posses He was taken before United States Commissioner dough and bound over in the sum of Topeka Capital The executive couimil man discovered Friday morning lying j is well united with a candidate strong be tee tnc laboringmens party of this county has issued a challenge to the can didates on both the Republican aud Dem ocratic tickets of this county to meet them in joint debate upon some date to be mu tually agreed Sterling Gazette There is still much ex citement manifested over tlfat wheel the boys captured at In the time it is safely stored iu the armory of company H in this where the propose to let her It will no doubt be put up as a prize at the next annual The state board of which has been in session for the past three dead on the roadside about eighteen miles from here on the Salern Houston just over the Dent county From let ters on his person it was learned his name was and he was a Presby terian minister lately from On his person were found recom mendations from the president of the na tional bank at also evidence that he had been a student at Vanderbilt uni versity of that In a diary which was also found upon his person an entry was made that he had bought a horse at a day or two He had stopped at Wrights that aud inquired the way to but no one could tell whether he intended to stop i here or was going through to some other j When discovered he was lying i on his face his right in which he had a double action Smith was i cause of his former victories and that Sherman does not care whether Foraker is elected or not if the legislature is The prohibition vote is an uncertain Managing Editor of the Leader says it will cut into both but mostly into the He however that thousands of Ger mans in the largjb cities will vote the re publican legislative He thinks that the legislature wiil be largely republican and Forakers majority Editor of the Cleveland Plaindealer says the legislature is in with the result depending upon Hamilton and Cuyahoga but that Hoadley will be now IT October The German vote seems to be going solid ly for while the prohibition vote is much lighter than the bulk Weston about 30 doubled under and his left hand was j of that party voting for No dis in his The chambers of the pisJ turbances of any consequence reported up tol were One ball had entered his head just behind the left ear and came out on the opposite The indications were the deed was as he had stood his umbrella up by a tree upon one to I UOCKIXG VALLEY October the indica tions in the Hocking Valley count for side of laid Ills valise oh the other Ohio is going Republican and hitched his horse some distance j A f f rh An inquest washeld Esquire i A neavy IS and and the jury decided that the young man i are one m favor ot His ma had committed A gold watch and joritythroughout the Valley will supposed to be worth and i De in cash was found his His vaI Use contained some wearing a pocket compass and several sketch books j giving accounts of his life and The jury did not have time to read and VOTE i October Prominent Germans are riding about followed through their work this morning and near ly all left tor tlieir i tomes on the noon Eightytwo persons were of whom eighteen failed to The next meeting of lie boartl will be held in this city January The probate judge of Shawnee county has revoked the liquor permits of two To peka drug because they were ing too much and did not comply with the The oMiquor at these drug though they did but an nary business in the drug were larger than any other stores in the Augusta Gazette Lust week was a pretty fair one for Augusta and vicinity so far as new settlers was a colony of fifty having arrived from Illi by bands of music and enthusiastic Uia JlxPWVdB avuiC letters found in bis possession appeared to In the Irish wards the usual have been written by a young ladys father to the The name of the writer was Jefferson A Maniacs October a wealthy resident of has been acting strangely for some three years past Daring that time be had lived in a room by He refused to allow anyone to do any cooking or majority will probably be THE WESTERN October The Western Reserve is a solid vote Reports thus far received are very but there is nothing that would indicate any change in the vote usually cast in that section for the llcan nois and three families coming from The fifty are members of the Dunkard and are the forerunners of a large number of that faith who expect to make their homes in this Leauder a young farmer living few miles south of Butler was struck on the head with an axe and He had been to town in the af ternoon and was known to have about in cash about all of which was When he was in an and has remained so feared his injuries are the unconsclow It U No doe to   

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