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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 October 1883

IKS ill llJl lU-t to become the Ire brtc'-' " perknee c can hi i a rcpu I 'ox & A ; tbc to Md btlr sow, ?! UlltJ III Hence, ilt, l.ae i.StOO; tunly I 100;'o' 1, SjIOO din Knj jT.V). .Miller KAN hut r home, i-li 1 leading-thorough ll. U cniintr. aiull ll'lw e as Kansas is concerned, even the dietinc tion of the sources of bo much evil. Can there be any doubt at to the result? I think not Bat the powers of eril control mnnv men. and as the ence ereat Demo cratic party practices Ha new war cry of "Down with the temperance fanatics and up with the licensed saloons," every crim inal in the land hurrahs encouragement, with the eonl stirring addition "Kmtm- ber fellers that you are fijhting for us." With pleading eyes the victims of folly and greed turn to the Repuhlioacr, and beseech r.n not to leave tlicm drfer.ee less, and I can tell you tny friends, the will not be alia-doned. And now ypui,; rar. ' a,ir rou m which of there arm'isdu ym prop?te to cnlifet? If lie hiatal .edouiiniueB...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 October 1883

ov on exhibition hi tne ccoiiicthcleadis' f V H . 3C' irtci need. fP'SyPS' 5rff.-7irri 11 ul iul iail IjlUuliH. - II the bu'inoi with tlic dc- 1 :J&&&&' ieigB&r '-r&X "Vf- r SWWMiI -?., .!-- .-"V-SpiT iJpjfi'Lj - rf y f-H"vi3'-5p5iMct' -1 jsg5t"6i -JBw rags off llj llfl nflf t& ' t?- I mat of in&, in ?.. n i ndreil c , laid iu OIK' .N't s: itlitC p- for a loi . 11 out ai the rll i-o tl longer. ahOi-Ial Itho'iO ,.J home, met with an accident in ,-!i. The "osm-iU'1 wa ocr- Oar camp is getting bigger every day, and we propose to continue enlarging until it embraces the whole town. As long as I am county atumey try whole duty will be performed, and cur docket will never be without whisky cases unless happily the period is reached, when there is no body to prosecute. My duiy is plain, and wbtlher the temperance people stand by ne or not, it wUI be discharged regardless of indignation mtetiDge, instructions from connty commissioners, orthesorrowirg walls Jl...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 October 1883

i-.vi".-r y t WVt&mC'V '' VTW'WK'w!,'r" -rPl pssaaette 14 "W VfVf-AJ .' J : , H .1. Ri. !! v I I ' v ,? D I If I I' & ' i 3?fc lagtft l'KHSON ALAND LOCAL ITKMS OFM.WS. WICHITA, KANSAS, OCT. 4, 1883. Messrs Thomas & llammond, old time milk men, litre started a wagon again. Scott Corbett and family went down to bt, Louis to attend tbat city's annual fair. Col. Stewart baa cone to Michigan, and perhaps to Ohio, to male selections for bis pens. Frank 01icr and wife went to St, Louis Mondij mornlngnbcro they will put In tbc week. Itev. J. I). Hewitt goes to Emporia thli week to attend tbc annual session of the Presbytery. Charley Caldwell baa been confined to bli borne for tome time by an attack of in flamatory rheumatism. George Washington baa fell in the cstl nation of the American people about o r.c- thlrd on po-Uee stamps. The Santa Fe company expect to bac tbeir Wichita and Kingman road complr l'-d and in operation by December 1st. Wb, Weis.ncpbcw of Mayor Orlffentcln, r...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 October 1883

.--- Kt - - -C(j3VA- FifwnariSSSseWiaSSSTSSSS . - J 'V4 ! I i i i 'hc W ggt SDBSCItirTION TWO DOLI.AIIS IN -AWVANCK. Iitai4ciTlirli;ei:iTiil&eaC2cliIir'.oIi21if. GLANDERS IN HORSES. Every horse-owner is more or less acquainted with that loathsome dis ease the glanders, ami every one should be aware that it is both contagious and fatal, not only to horses, but also to mankind. The fact that the disease bag to this day bafllcd all treatment is sufficient reason why the detection of glanders in a stable is always looked upon as serious. If tho disease always assumed the fcamc characters, if every glondcrcd horse presented the three special symptoms essentially belonging to it, namely, tho greenish, sticky, and at limes bloody discharge at the nose, tho hard, painless, and adherent swoll en glands at the jaw, and, above all, the peculiar and characteristic ulcer ations of the mucous membrane upon j the cartilage of the cavities of the nose, thcro would be no difficulty in recog nizi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 October 1883

w WtfMta "A cii hh volume xn. IWICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 18'83. NUMBER 29. 4yAI?4 t .. if lltf sj w last St. M. HUHDOCK. 11. r. MCRDOCK, M. M. MURDOCH" & imOTIIKIt. I'iiilisiiciui axu rnomirroKs, TWO IHM.I.AKS 1'KU TKAU IN AIIVASCK. ismnarj tin: xaiz zs:to ca unaivsa. PROCLAMATTON. Delano Township Election Notice. Whereas. The board of county commis sioners or bcdgvvick county, in the state or Kansas, at a special meeting or said board, duly held on the 12th day or .September, 1SKJ, made the following order to wit: At a special meeting of the board of coun ty commissioners, in and ror the county or .Sedgwick, and Mate of Kansas, at the of fice or therniinty clerk of said county, In the city or Wichita, in said county, on the 12th day or September, 1KSJ, there were present, an members or said board. Qcorge W. Metnrod, chairman, and A. W. Olher and George W. Walter, the olher two Members thereof, and commissioner of aid county; and I". A. Dorsey, coun...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 October 1883

- Wv- " T nimmwimuii ' t t 1ft W ggl M.H.MUROOCK.Cdltor. WICHITA, KANSAS, OCT. 11, 1883. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Kor Jiuieltli District II. C. fct.U&S Korbhfriar MUltttAV 1IYKUS ForTreuurrr .UKOUUK W. WALTEK Kor ClfrV. . . . E. 1'. EOKI) For ltsjslstsrvr 11 II I). IIEISKKMAX For Huncj-or JOHN W, KEAIt For Coroner .THOMAS UI-OVEK For Coromlssluner, l Ilt A. Y. OMVKK For Commlionr, 3.1 Diet... .J. A. NEI.ON WAVING THE BLOODY SHIRT. TUc private organ of the "conlemporay of Tlios. Jefferson," with its left tusk seizes in nva5 gl-c the worn banner of prohibi tion ami waicH it mightily under the noses ot what it contemptuously terms .the "Kc puhtlcan saloon vote," and squawks out, 'Shoo, joii snipes, what you doing In the Slu and Jlycrs Holds J Don't you know all such game as you, belong to A11101 and John J" Itut to the unutterable, disgust ol thcii.o. the '-licpubllcan saloon vole" tloii't shoo ! Thereupon it reaches fortli Its other lang and grip a banner on which la em blazoned,...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 October 1883

irr v- & m 'i II Y; Iti W last 1'EttSOXAI.ANll LOCAL ITEMS OP JEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, OCT. 11, 1883. No frott yet In this portion of the At lanta! Valley. Oak Davidson has returned from a trip to the New Inland States. J. W. Kollett, postmaster at lHrch, called onthel'aGl.K ycftcrday. The ucw railroad bridge ncro? the Croat Arkansas Is about completed. llev. Wootcn, the pastor of the A. M. K church, lias removed to 1'arsons. It. II I'alenger, of Lamed, late puMUhcr of the Ckronotcopf, called yctterday. Mr. Grlbl, the carpenter and contractor, is preparing to build a line residence. Illram lmbodcn and family arc enjojinc a hit from hi parcnU and two auntt. Mrs. Dr. JlcAdaro and children hate re lumed from their summer islt to Illlnoia. All our lolls, Including (tome twenty or thirty, got Jiotiie safely from the St. l.ouls lair. J lien Uichard l back to Wichita t-atbllcd that there la no other town like It In thit or any other State. The good people out at Sit. Hope arc go ing to e...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 October 1883

lmwiwiiMiM wiirtin -&. (A . , lift w W BUBscnirnos TWO DOLLAHS IX ADVANCE. Intel es Taurisy ticl mitts C2co lzZif It EtOllif . REFORM IK FAIR MANAGEMENT. Tho last i,uc of Hie Kansas Uity Indicator lias the following : "Au ex- hibition that will be well worth trav cling a long iliMaucc to sec will be the procession of nbout COO thoroughbred cattle on tho streets of Kansas City, on Thursday, November 1st, tho open ing day of the fat fctock t-how. The breeders of polled cattle promise to furnish about 300 head of this unpre cedented parade." This is a step in the right direction. One of the needs of the hour in con nection with all American bbow s of livestock is better facilities for public inspection of tho animals on exhi bition. jll fair-goers are cognizant of tho difficulty of obtaining a "good look," especially in the horse and cat tle classes. Stalls arc either locked up tight, or animals arc so covered with blankets as to render a satisfac tory examination out of the questi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 October 1883

widhifa V ; So -ii . c;g0 clef, oy HHIiftL l IIVViWZwmmmb I t VOLUME XII. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. NUMBER 30. 3?fc & K M. XUEDOCK. II. r. HL'BtOCK. M. M. MUUDOCK & IJltOTIIKK. 1'ttlLISIir.H AMI I'EOrHIETOKS. TWO HOI.LAKS l'KU TKAK IN ADVANCK. MAILS. Mall via. A..T. AS K. railroad, from the north, arrives lit 8:35 a. m., departs at 8:10; from ihesouth, arrives at A:0 . m s depart at !:'. Kxpres mall arrive at 10 i. in. Mall via ht. Iuls A can Krancisco rallroail, rrliesatG:40p. m. aud departs at tt:.7 a. m. Mall la M. I , It H. .. W. It. It. arrives at'3Si.m.; departs at 8:30 a. m. Ilarjier, ICunnlinetle, Ivv, Milton ami linby, arrlvea Wednesday ami hattinlar at 4 . m ; ileijirt Munriar nml 1 liursilar at H a m. Klncman, Waterloo Marshall and Alton, arrives 'luesflay, lliursilay aii faiumay at at r i. in.; IriarU Monday, Wednesday ami Kriilayatc.)!! Caatlrlnn. bl. Marks ami Ormanla, arriie Momlay, Wednesday ami Krldayat IS m.; le part same...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 October 1883

-. -sru'-- " -J " 1' : I 15 S. i T i 1' 1 ' lit Bfc-B gagl M.M.MURDOCK.Edltor. AVICH1TA, KANSAS, OUT. 18, 1883. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. KorJu'lclhIltrlct II. C SI.tS Korfcherlff MUKUAY MYhKS Kor Treasurer . KIMKJ K W. VA I.1 EK Fur Clerk. . " K. 1". I OKI! For Register oMltrils ..H 1). IIMSKKMAN For Surveyor J01ISW BEAU ForOirumr . . .TlIOJIA-j GEO EU For Commissioner, 21 Illit . A. V. OLUEK For Commissioner, 3d Dial ..J. A J.KIAO.V THE SALOONS TAKE A HAND. Wc arc Informed tliat the taloont of Wich ita Ime contributed a large turn of money to be iticel to tccurc the election or Joliu 1'islier lor Mk riff of this eounty and of Amos Harris forjudge of tills district. This matter is one for the serious conxidcration of etcry rIglit-Uilnking man in this count. The question it, v ill j on allow a lot of sa loons to run the couMyandcoutrolits court ami officer, and will) oil tontri'jutc our oto to help them to gain a i Ictory ? If I'lkherand llarri, or cither of them, arc elected it w i...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 October 1883

' ! . M l . "V Ttjc CK.-,- SS PKILSOXAI.AND LOCAL ITKMS OF NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, OCT. 18, 1883. The O. A. ll'ii. annual TrlJay, November Otb. ball will occur A. 12. Dodge and family bate rtturmd from tbiir visit in the cast. Ktcry Sunda) school worker should ar range to attend the convention next week. i:crj Sunday school should tend at least two delegates t the county convention wllh a report and a contribution. .1. C. Kinkald bought two hundred fine graded sheep of A. J. Granger last week, lor which he paid four dollars per head all round! Jlr. Dunlin, of Ha) s I lie, his 1 1 turned from bin trip cast, and ha laid in a line lock of good. He wants bU friends to come and mc blm. William Toll limes a mammoth cabbage head, ol his own raining, in the Kiglk of fice, which be declared growed In a i-iuglc season and wc believe him. Ucmembcr the Annual .Sunday school convention next week in the M. '.. church iommriicingTuc-da) evening and closing Thursday atteruoon at 4 p. ni. A joungilr....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 October 1883

,r ' -.v i- ''5 - -ij Trw . ,j. f T 7 i tf-il I i! ft I u x. M 3?Tue ? 2?Wr1U &V sDBSCKirnox Tit o dollars in advance. Ii!silrs7isr:lsTCitiTfcifc:BC:eisI!:iiBtiliiir; GREEN FOOD FOR SWINE. Prof. It. S. Thompson, of the Xc hratka Agricultural College, cjicaks from experience on pork-grouiug, in tho American Agriculturist: Green food jnakeh thriftier and larger hogs. Tanners w ho raise many pigs, and feed (hem exclusively on corn, know that fomc of the F-hoats tt ill cease to grow at an early age, be gin to lay on fat, and ncicr reach the M7C of good mcrchaiifablc liogs. This tendency to fatten irematurcly, at the expense of hone growth, is not seen to any great extent in gras-fcd hogs. A pig fed on bulky green food will dc clop a larger Momach than one fed on concent rated food like corn: and when ou conic to fatten it, this enlarged capacity will enable it to cat and iligcbt inoic oni, and thus fatten faster than the other, and be a more profitable hog to grow for market. (Jrass...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 25 October 1883

iaxiKmMimsiimmiMiBwmm.mtij Uihite . "'e.f Ortc,; 9tr VOLUME xn. -WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883. NUMBER 31. i!Ulv Li K . ! LI ?, r JOCELYN (SUCCESSORS TO "The Old Reliable" It is no longer necessary to Fpcak iii tinceitnin terms of the cnpabilitica of Kansas. Slie fctantU pre-eminent among (ho agricultural States of the West the acknowledged queen. Anil what Kansas is to the other Western States the region comprising the lower Arkansas and Ninncscah Valleys is to Kaunas the garden bpot of the State. The Inst ten yean have demonstrated beyond question that Southern Kansas is more genial in climate, more bountiful and certain in productions, than any other portion of the West. tlioe conditions unite in such harmony of the ideal farmer1 home. Many Mich arc springing up into living pictures, and adorn the landscapo on every hand. The projection of two lines of railroad from Wichita west and south utM through the county and bejond opens up a hitherto practic...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 25 October 1883

V - M 1 1 HI I lJ-j' C 1ft W last M.M.NURDOCK.Editor. WICHITA, KANSAS, OUT. 25,1883. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. ForJudceiethDUtrict .11. C. SLUSS' For Sheriff MUUKV MYKUS ForTrtasurer GEOKGK V. WALTEIS For Clerk E. I. OM For Register of Veale ....II 1. 1IKISKKMAX For Snrrejor JOHNW BEAU for Coroner .THOMAS GI.OVLU For Commissioner, al l)It ....A. W. OLI EU For Commissioner, 3d Hist.. ..J. A. NELSON SALOON DICTATION. Jt la no lougcr an open question, that the ssloons of tills city liac raised a largo cor ruption fund Tor the purpose of securing the election of two or three candidate whose election It earnestly desired by the saloon clement. The fart that tuch a lurid lias been raised If now admitted by home of the saloon men and is no longer a matter of concealment. Wc do not think that one j car ago any intelligent man could liaic been found in the county who bclleted, cer tainly none who would hac expressed the opinion, that the saloons of the county would ever hac attempted to dict...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 25 October 1883

mmimme&maK l ,. " .A ? cP W$ PERSONAL AM) LOCAL 1TKM8 OK NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, OCT. 25, 188S. THE REASON WHY. Tbe reason why, and tbe only reason why, tbe Republican meeting! liavo not been licld during tbe past week was on ac count of tbe very Inclement weather. Are you registered r day. Friday Is tbe last WEDDING BELLS. James L. Lombard, with bis family Is vis iting In tbe city. J. I). Ilellarbas returned from Colorado to spend the winter. Dails & Forrey will take cbargc of tbe Occidental November first. Our two principal business streets need fixing up and tmootblng down. J. 1. Horton is up from Antbony, wblcb town be reports as being lively. Tbe Tour additional brick schoolrooms will soon be ready for occupancy. Mr. Gardner, banker and merchant of El Dorado, was in tbe city yesterday. Col. Itussell, of tbe Frisco freight depart ment, Is in the city calling on the patrons or the road. John Tingle manages to get around to the Kaglk office at least once n year, lie call ed...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 25 October 1883

'TT-' j'Vvi''& ' JK. .- : i ;;;p;u,:'.??.'; -!,:.'."? FF1 MMMMHHMMM I w U E i t. I Eli h s ost. . s suBSCRimoir two dollars in advance. ItnilantmiruekvMibtsCSeilsZtrftBtCliXf. Colts will not gnaw a halter that has been well saturated with four ounces of copperas dissolved in water. It is said that tar can be instantane ously removed from the hands by rub bing with the outside of fresh orange or lemon peel, and wiping dry imme diately. Tlio volatile oils in the skins dissolve the tar, so that it can be wiped ofH A correspondent of the Country Gentleman prefers lime to salt for sprinkling on bay. Two quarts of air slackcd lime is sufficient for a tan of hay. It is said to absorb the moisture and prevent inouldincss, and stock relish the hay thus prepared. A gentleman near Gainesville, Ga., lias a cow twelve years old that has not had n calf in six years. About the first of December every year she goes dry, and in the following spring begins to give milk, yielding over a gallon at ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 November 1883

-T& ' tt -, J V. A. we S, wWIII? r I' VOLUME xn. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. - t" NUMBER 32. Ttt ewr... ir anic a. at. mokdocx. n. r. xuut.ix.ic. r. si. mukdocic & ijuothek. Pchlisiueiui axd rjxomiiTOBP, TWO DOIXAIIS l'EK YKAIt IN' AIiVANCK. ismnaxi was zx rs:TO cs rru:ATi:s. MAILS. Mall tla. A..T. AS F. railroad, from the north, arrives at h:3S a. m., deiarta at M:o; frtini he south, arrltesal&:40 i. tu , departs at S:t5. Kx)irrumall arrive at 10 j. m Mall tla ht. lamia & han Francisco railroad, arrire at 0:10 .m. and departs at S.HI a. m. Mall tla t. 1, , Ft H. A W. It. It. arriies at7:3Sii. m.:dei"rtaat8.30a. in. Harper, Unnnlmede, I-evy, SI 1 1 ton ami Kuby, arrlvea Wednesday ami batunlay at 4p.iu ; ilriiarU Mouday ami Ihursday at a a in. Rlojrman, Waterloo Marshall and Alton, arrives Tuesday, Thursday ami fcatunlay at at Ci.m.; dearta Monday, Wednesday ami Friday at u a.m. Caatleton, St. Mails and Ormanla, arriies Monday, Wednes...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 November 1883

wuiMgaMwiiimi,uuiiiiiiitiiiiuijiLii mi umpMW j hiv?v WsMBSHtlflp, .1 vim jmumHrn'Mta ' V 1 j; IP I ' J- ..... Ls 41 A fc W9t M.M.NURDOCK.Edltor. WICHITA, KANSAS, XOV.l, 1883. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Judge Utli District II. C. SLUSS For Sheriff. . . .MUUKAY MVKUS for Treasurer. . GEOItGK W. TVAMTK For Clerk. ... E. 1'. FOItD For Ktf-Uterof Drffls II 1. IIKISKUMAK For fcnnevor JOHN V HKAtt For Coroner .THOMAS ULOVKH For Conunliuilouer, l Hint. . . For Commissioner, 3.1 Dl.t. , A. V OLIVKR .J.A.NKLSON INFAMOUSLY UNTRUE. Such a farrago or pergonal trash as 1 de voted to men who are not candidate was probably net cr gotten out in a tingle issue of any paper as appears in the litaeon this week. It is the last, the final effort, not to build up or strengthen the Democratic nom inees, but to throw mud over honorable men. So far as such portions as refers to tho editor of the Kaolk cither as a citizen, as a writer or as an official, is concerned, it contains ten words of misrepresentat...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 November 1883

bil'i UUJMUHLU.W'lfli'llHljNiWB-ww"' BBBaaawBawa, -e0.aBBBaaafr $TWW l'EUSOXALAMi IjOCAL IThMS OF XKWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, NOV. 1, 1883. Hon. J. K. Hallouell, U b. District At torney Tor Kansas, was In tho city on Mon day. Mrs. rarliatn, of Mukcatinc, Iowa, moth erofT. . 1'arliaro, Is In the city Uniting Iter ton and hi family. Mr. and Sirs. II. fctoll, who fotil their place a few weeks ago In Itiitlcr county, arc off for Southern California. J. J". York's annual talc of t-tock will take place AVcdnoday, 'ocmhcr Hth, at his farm, eight miles southwett of the city. Supply pipe for gas are being bid from the mains to jnany orthc principal huklucss Mocks In the city. The works are about ready for business. A. K. Gore Is keeping up a good fish mar ket, one that would be a credit to a much larger city than ours. He recchts daily, Ircsh from the lakes. Mr. DaI, a former proprietor of the Oc cidental Hotel, has associated with hi in Mr. l'opcnoe, of Topeka, and will take charge nf that house...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 November 1883

HUAMUBlMnMiHMMMMli --V 4, - v -T - i gywwiiwaiwniimtu n!& wjiBWBwwaiifc1 wiajwwaMaprawwaaw 4 f ' t' W t ' fc I lw rgaBte BUnSCKIITIOX TWO DOLLARS IN ADVAKCK. I iil rcTtmiiT uck vtilfrea CSci IsZtglt BsnUxr. CULTIVATE THE ORCHARD. Tlicrc arc few cases in which thor ough, judicious culture pays hotter than m the orchard. Wo liavo in mind two nii!o orchards jilautcd side by hide at the same time and upon simi lar noils. In one the trees were set thirty feet apart each way; in the ofher, twenty. The former was plow cd and manured frequently, until the trees were well in hearing; it was trimmed yearly, and, when the trees heffan to shade most of the ground, the whole orchard was treated every odd, light-hearing year to a heavy mulching of straw and liuely chopped trimmings from the trees themselves. The other orchard was neglected ; if it was cropped, there was little or no manure applied. The trees were not washed, and injects were not fought. A few years ago an average North' tii S...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
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