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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 July 1884

V"" --v3-v-vji,,iwnl-ij.9--. -Vt. '-Vr v4 4?-".. ' v-v Tr .j.- j r. j 3--r.JI .:-j- -fr. !-.: v- -. c . 1 mTr-"Jr37'.1" v i . .fcmi.si jjjiil' r rvcKangETecvfFissmTTT --" -" y - '-Ki: "- -- vUiV "" -'-k. ;?r vw-j'v;j:; rrs-n-r ,?" - " r-""- .S tru , "-" V -.i VOLUME 1. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1884. NUMBER 43 ?1 lv legale WiMfa . r THE NEW CHURCH. LAYING OF THE CORNER STONE OF THE NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH. A Proud Day for the Members and Friends of That Church OVER THREE THOUSAND PEO PLE WITNESS THE CERE MONIES. Brief History of Catholicism in Wichita, Etc. List Sunday marked an epoch In the his tory of Catholicism Sn this city, fraught with great interest to the member of that ancient and religious sect, the occasion being the laying of the corner stone to their new temple of worship, now In courtc of erection, located at tlieeoutbcast corner or Fourth avenue and Second streets, and whose piro will ere long be pointing heav enward, Iieckoulug on to a higher and bet ter ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 July 1884

srajCSBSSZSIIZ MtfWJVftl l -"fr"a pg?? Irt litfga9 M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. TUESDAY MOKN1NG, JULY 8, 18S4. FOK PHESIDKNT, "" JAMES C. BLAINE. : tors. VICE-VRKSIOKST, JOHN A. LOGAN. for Congress SAMCEI, It. 1TE3 The Emporia Itcptiblican goes on fighting for Solon O. Tlisrlier or home nthpr mau to beat Colonel Martin. What i the matter with the Republi- rau anyhow. Capital. An attack of the mugwumps. The"fauutio" can now join iu the hnwl. ltti) nml Ion'', asraiii't the mi- nrcmc court of the slate of Kansas. Topcka Journal. "Wc have often thought that the aver age supreme court is the most relia able political weathercock yet Hi covered. Mms.li Miirtlock. of the Wichita F.Afir.v. is jrivimr the llenublicans of Soilmvick countr eoinc cooil. .sound nflrioo which Ihev will do well to heed. Leaven worth Times. Sedgwick county is a Republican county, a very large per cent, of its vo ters being ex-Union soldiers who came imrn in wt lands : ami AVieliita o:i a full vote is Republican by a smal...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 July 1884

-'iVS EFJ-&-;'&i " wj--- gWfc, 'vraW Jv """ I -Wk-X 'JS- , iV '".rt'twji Haihj e. M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. t.P. MURDOCK, Business Manager," Hat the Lararit Circulation of any -Daily Tayer 'in Sfittlhiccttern Karjat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : - IIAJI.Y BV MAIL, . . ' ; V unecojiy, one year .... ,.;..- w Onecojiy, six months W) One copy, three months 2 00 Onecopy, one month 75 Twenty cents per w eek delivered by carriers la mc uiy. I'ostsge prepaid. .- ,-v t WEEKLY One copy, one year One copy, six months.. $2 m l w TO ADVERTISERS : t Our rates for advertising shall.lie sslcwm hosoof any other paper of cinal -va!u" as an dvertislne medium. All transient t-lvertlsemcnts must lie paid for I u advance. Kntrred in the 1'ottqfZcc at ll'ichita, rt itcond clatt metier, and entered to trantitwn though the mailt at turn WANT (X)LUiLN. Adtertitemrr.lt in thil column will be charged for at the rate of 'itc Cmlt per hne vtr mel. .Vo tdrertltement taken for lett than 'i'i rrntt . f Jjj T i 1 if...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 July 1884

ss?J.iiri3pSPfiU: n9wrein;rs'ricwMw&ve9KJSvi wyw" '"i i'-ctV S isfjn4- sr fcBSKSSSse; l RfiS?S ?IWj3S?!238.?'V w-w -Ka iMMMMiMHiriHt i,r M M MURDOCK 1 BROTHER, Proprietors. kRSOiTaL AND LOCAlTlTEMS OF NEWS Therp are now clccn persons confined In tlio county jail. Gas ten ice it being put in at the Kanas National building. Water ten ice was put in at Thos. I.j neb's dry goods Etore yesterday. Kcubcn II. Hoys yesterday filed his bond us a notary public -with the clerk of the rtlxtticl court. Kvcrjbody that can should make arrange ments to go to Kl Dorado with the excur sion on the lCtli. All those who recched fin-t .communion at the Catholic churce last week were con tinued by the liishop Sunday. Thir are drv hot times with the prevail' hi" wlmN in the wrong direction. Don' holler drouth, for m e hai cn't. Tlora's esamlmtion was postponed again It will now take place at nine o'clock this morning in.Jiir.ticc Ilobbs' court C.C.Kuodcs, representing the Uurlington (Iowa) Insurance co...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 9 July 1884

"VV - TT.V-.j,,irV.- ' 1.-. i?Pl(ti: WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 9,.1884. NUMBER 44 VOLUME 1. iH' -'"$ vv 1 k A yt I fttj m s vl" I IjrVfl LILC'L THE VALLEY CITIES. Notes From the Growing Towns of the Great Southwest. CLEARWATER. Tlio Fourth was celebrated lure with fire works in the evening. Since the railroad reached here the hide track has heen filled with cam of lumber and goods which furnishes several men and teams employment in unloading them. The wheat harvest will lc nearly done thin week one of tlie best on record. The oat crop iH immense and will be readv lor the machine next week. The corn never proml cd t-o large a ield i in thik county ai. no-. Ytt, unless we have rain very oon, our hones may be blasted. Strangers are ttcttling in our new city everyday. Now lumber I plenty having live large yard and sWlin,; at living prices, people are preparing to liuild resi dence)!, and in the next two months we expect to -ee lift' lesidence built. .-ev-irul elevators an...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 9 July 1884

JtgSM nrwllil !g,ja'rgrS'.Lt ' i" 2r- ' .. . ""'-"'-'i.""- SE'.jft4j Vf- v v,w-"-g?ws HaittrHllagte. M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. WEDNESdTvV MOUN1NG, JULY 9, 18P4. u vwuufepOlt PRK9TDEXT; JAMES C. BLAINE. mil VICK-rilKSIDENT, JOHN A. LOCAN. For Congress SAMUEL It. 1'EIEIIS The Democrats will make some blunder, oiourc lliey will: but, just suppose that blunder should be the nomination of old Hen Butler? Mr. Ingnll graduated at William college, in the chM5 of 1SS5. Tho de grees LI.. D. recently coiifurrl puts the handle of l)r.rtipoii the -enator's name. The Topeka Capital -ayh aliowl will go uj) from the democracy of Kansas that the supreme court ha- given pro hibition a black eye. Ye-s, a howl will go up, but it won't be from the Ueiiio crat. as the supreme court will learn. The Topeka Capital of yesterday .ays the tuitions are again opening in that city, claiming that the late decis ion 1i greatly in their favor. The hii pi cine court may have weakened but we a.-surc the Capital that it ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 9 July 1884

-- ? S d - SSJ H.. arr BK)&mW& M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. lias the largest Circulation of any Daily Taper in Southvettern harsas. ""T ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILY BY MAIL. One copy, onejear " VD Oue copy, six months 00 One copy, three months '-' One copy, one month "5 Twenty ct-nts jxr vrrL delta-mi by carriers In 1 the City. Postage prepaiil. WT.KKI.Y One copy, one jear... One copy, six months .4i l . i on TO AUVKItTISKUS Our rates fur aJwrtislnir shall lie aaluwai hose of any other paper of eqnal talne as an.. iHcrtlalnR meaium. All transient adveTtlscments mast ! pahl for iunilranre. Entered in the rottojfict at Wichita, at second class matter, and entered to transition thtvugh the mails as such WANT COLUMN. Advertisements in this column vtll ue charged for at the rate of I'tve Cents jier line yrr week. So advertisement talen for less than 2., i en. MIMCKZlTAirSuVS. T ""MTAVIKIl A. Drst-claHs Ironer. man or V woman, for steam laundry. AWresr T...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 9 July 1884

ai, JJ mi'i .'rrelfflgiStij. " . --mH- " ". r- W, " tJt A 2X"M'-y: . 4 it i- kn-w mw w ' m - .-iGr - v. Daily U M MURDOCK BROTHER. Ptapntlon PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF MEWS TO OUR CITY SUBSCRIBERS. It seems tbat tlie relation of Mr. AV. E. Dowdle, the ritj circulator of the Eale to the patron of the paper aud to this of tice U not fully nmlcn-tood liy home. Mr. DouUlc lias role control of all pipers deliv ered lij liiin-elf or carrleis. ami will make lolkvlious for the inc. lit? takes the pa per" aH tlit nine from tlie prc-n and di tributos lliem to the city subscribers be coming ri"ponili!e to the proprietor of tlie Kutt.K for the whole number Iall ta ken, and to him the proprietors look for their pay aud In- to the subscriber", to that if any toni-iderable number i-bould fail to be prompt it uonM seriously embarrass bim Hid liN force of carrier-. Mo prefer to colli ct once a week and in no case wants a sub-crlbcr to pay less often than once a month, tiniest, it U paid in advance ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 July 1884

in j- -4 VOLUME 1. WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY lO, 1884. NUMBER 46 s r 'y 7 m '& 'y r - 9LLLLiLLLLilftBaTa; iL BSpppiBBBBfB v jkslw WHO SHALL IT BE? Is the Question Agitating Minds the Of the Democrats Assembled in Convention at Chicago. The Cleveland Men Claim That His Nomination Can be Made on the First Second Ballot, or While Thurman's Followers are Confident of His Success. Indiana Will Stick Solidly to McDonald. Cochran or do one else could be allow-' ed to speak unless to present the name of a candidate. Cockran replied that he was there to second the nomination of Judge Thurman and he wns allow ed to proceed in mucn contusion, lie said he was too warm friend of Cleve land's to want to see him subjected to the humiliation of defeat which was greeted with laughter and confusion. Cochran maintained furth er that Thurman was the man who only could unite and lead the grand old" party of Jackson on to victory. Portions of his speech were well re ceived and frequentl...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 July 1884

" .-t-rjfr.T -'jm?-- .- V K-f.'s V1 ;i-V -- - s- -, ViUjV faWlfas M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 10, ISM. ' FOR PRESIDEST, JAMES C. BLAINE. KOIl VICE-l'UESIDEXT, JOHN A. LOGAN. rorCongrws SAMUEL It. 1'KTKltS The ln.t issue of Harper" Weekly weakened. lis caricatures were ill! against the Democrat. Nowleflliein show tip Butler's parties ami then et back into Hue with the people. Hii i88 Kansas had 158.970,828 bush els of corn, or nearly twice a much as was grown in any other Mate. Kan sas farmers rcceited for their corn nearly $.1.1,000,000 more than was le ceived b the farmers of anv other Mate for their torn crop last year. The Current, in its initial number of Vol. II (.lu!y .") make- a t-liht change iu drc-B, thereby attaining n still high er grade of typographical excellence and beauty, the m?c of the type having been enlarged a trifle. No loss iu the variety of the published matter will occur, a- the Current will, even more rigorous-ly than heretofore, require co...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 July 1884

-.&- W i fl'l - "V '$- ' -- :J r.' Hlfc. .tiuiP SailaWgfrflte M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Buiiucti Manager: Hal Ar Largeit Circulation of any Daily Paper in SoufAuwfrrn Karjai. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : t daily ur MAIL. , 1 One copy, one year tS 00 One copy, elx month t W One copy, three months 2 00 One copy, one month T5 Twenty cents p-r week delivered liy carrier In the City I'ostSRc prepaid? ' . WKEKLY. Onecopr, onejear 2 00 One ropy, klx months 1 00 TO ADVKItTISKKS , Oar rates fur adtertlsin shall 1 nslowas hosoofany other paper of eqnal value as an dvcrtUing medium. AH transient advertisements must Le paid for in advance. Entered in the Voitorfce at Wichita, at lecond clctt matter, and entered to trrntition thiough the mail as tuih WANT COLUMN. Advcrtiiementt mthit column vill be charged for at: the rate of l"tve Ctntt per line per week. Jio adrerliiement lalcn for leu than 25 ceiitt. 'MiSckiAjiovs. " "ITrANTEl) l'artles indebted to the old ilrm W or J. It Turner, o...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 July 1884

'-..g,,; ? i' -V. (..... ,fm- i'"- lil3flBiasfc M. M. MUBOOCK It BROTHER, Proprietors. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS Business in West Wichita is not very brisk at thcpretcnt time. Only two deedn were register's office cstcrdav. recorded at tlie The county commissioners yesterday audited over 3,000 worth or claims. There are a large number of strangers in the city, and our hotels are crowded. Several car loads of goods were delivered to the Wholesale Grocer house yesterday. The Greeley and Union township people are expressing ome anxiety about their -nilroad. The A class of the Baptist Sunday school hirl n drlirhtful time at their social last evening. Somcbodv, we don't know who, left upon our table a splendid lot of late cherries of immense size. Douglas A'. Donnelly is building a very fine addition to liN resilience on north Fourth avenue. Mrs. Win. I.awson Is erecting a new barn on her property, on the corner of Main and English street-. In the district court yesterday Mary M. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 July 1884

- " Sb4"'i , "-i ---vt mA- .-. -sa-ajr-. . J, -.is .- , jfc,wmwi srnatasi.M i isnej luim 'tPala'aPaTaT--ijiii wi-ii earni enswaJ,fc--He-.- -- -. . VOLUME 1. THE VALLEY CITIES. Note- From the Growing Towns . of the Great Southwest. WELLINGTON WAIFS. The Press bulletin has been the center of attraction during the progress of the Chica go convention. Itev. Trice accompanied Chancellor Up pencottto Wlnficlci Tuesday evening. Hiss Helen Wccdcn has been employed for one of the departments of the city schools this winter. The water pipes arc being laid on South Washington avenue. Ed. Miner, charged with the killing of Maud Terry in this city on the Fourth, was admitted to bail in the turn of f.1,000 yes terday, in default of which ho was sent to jail. Frank Trice returned jeutcrday from a couple of weeks vacation, which ho spent In the Territory. The normal will close to-day and the teachers Mill hold their last sociable at the school bouse this evening. J. T. Sanders got home safely ycstc...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 July 1884

, ov , - $u " V QtihSmnSfal M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. "KliliTAV MOUSING. JULY 11, 1SS4. j VOX l'JBKSIUENT,. JAMES C. BLAINE. ' ! FOi: VICir-PUESIDKXT, JOHN A. LOCAN. For Congress . . .SAMUKL K. rKTEK: Alabama heads the IM of fclntcs rep resented :it Chicago, and Leroy 1'opc "Walker, of Jell Dm is' cabinet, heads this Alnhania delegation. Senator .Vance told a Washington reporte,recenty Mat he longed to get hack toXortli Carolina, and the sooner congress adjourned the better he would be suited. He said : " I want to wahc up in the morning and see the pine trees, and I want to Finell them when 1 0 to bed, a-i their perfume lloats into the window and makes me dream that 1 am a child again. I want to go out into our old fields, once more and see a nigger plowing with a one eyed mule, with a coffee-tack for a plow-line.'' Dr. Koch, the discoverer of the chol era germ in India, directed the body of a marine who died of the cholera in the Marine hoi-pital at Toulon, after been Mck only two ho...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 July 1884

" --5t 'TV-Vl 4 i J J gaitifMlagXe. M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. R. PMURDOCK, Busmes Manacc Hat the Largest Circulation of any Daily Paptr m Southwestern kantat. "terms oFsubscription i ,( IJAtLT BT HAIL, '- One copy, one year $s oo One copy, six months 00 One copy, three months 2 00 One copy, one month " 5 Twent) cents per week delivered by ewxlcritn theaty. l'osUgo prepaid. WKEKI.V. One eopv, one jesr i On One copy, six months 1 00 TO ADVEUTISEUSi Oar rate for advertising shall Te sslowss hose of any other paper of equal vclnc as an drertlainfr medium. All transient advertisements mnst bc-paid for Id advance. En'ered In tht Pottojice at Wichita, ct tecond elatt matter., and rntrred to trantilion thiough tht rncilt at tuch WANT COLUMN. Advertucmentt in thit column vill be charged for at the rata of Fire Ctnlt per line per icetk. Ao advtrtttmmt late for It ft than 2.1 ctnlt. FOK SAI.K A fine flonrinR mill and ma chinery complete, on side track ofthe A , T. & Santa Fe railroad, known a...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 July 1884

"" -t f. : Wc M M N'yROOCK Sc BROTHER, Proprwtort. ERSOKALANDLOCAiTItEMS OF NEWS Don't lorgct thg excursion to Kl Horatio on'next Wednesday. The jury fees for the present term of the ilUtrict court will amount to about 91,000. SedgwicV county will henceforth deposit iin fund" with the Wichita Xational and Kaunas SUUs banks. The theme or Kev. Phillips' discourse next Sunday morning will be -'The Obser vance of the Sabbath " .1. A. Wallace is having an asphaultum walk laid across Doughs acmie opposite hie implement house. - j ,- . AVc arc lu receipt of a letter on Anthony 'from our traellug correspondent, which w ill appear to-morrow. The count commUnioncr audited bills jcttcrday amounting to $3,084. They will probably adjourn to-daj at noon. " The woman Guild society had a cry in teresting meeting yotcrday aftcrnoou at the residence of 31r. S. D. Jackson. The large culvert on the cat side of To peka avenue, which cros-cs Douglas, i be ing recotred and otherwise repaired. Contractor i...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 July 1884

n, ' -- '-' f JSJ-85 5 r WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1884. NUMBER 47 VOLUME 1. - " widjita J THE VALLEY CITIES. INTERESTING NOTES BY "THE RAMBLER," Concerning the Growing City of Anthony. THE CROPS IN HARPER COUNTY IN FINE CONDITION. A Lot of Newsy Notes from Clear Water. ANTHONY. Tlie hamlcoaic little city nl Anthony is tituated on the located line of the St. Louis, Ft. Scott .t Wicliita railroad, tipvoiity-five miles southwest of Wichita, tlilrly inilcs Irom Caldwell, and nine miles from Harper ity, witli which place it is connected hy telephone. To daily hack line- rim be tween here and Harper, and a dallj hack mail line to Caldwell. Anthony i very tieautifiilly located upon the oreU of oncof tlioce gentle prairie ix ells which icwiiible un ocean billow. It romiiiandu a splendid view of the country in ccry direction and a fairer laud does not cii'l. .Vol til and south, rant and nest, lar at the ee can reach, may he seen the gently rolling prai rie teeming with the...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 July 1884

-.J-- . - 'J 4b&5r mTmTmu rdoc k7e d iTo 77 SATURDAY MOUSING, JULY 12, 18S4. - -TOR-PlE8nENT; '- JAMES C. BLAINE. "FOR VICK-l'llESIDKNT, JOHN A. LOCAN. For Congress. .. .SAMUEL II. PETEKS While vc are living in profound pence ami flic Democrats arc abusing the llcpublirau party because there is a surplus in the national treasury, nil Europe is kept under arms. For the last twelve years, fays a recent Trench writer, a field battery has been turned out every day at Woolwich areeual,aml 4,000 workmen never cca'-e their labors in Armstrong's factory. At Krupp's establishment the daily production i1- sixty field pieces and two heavy guns. The defensive works at Plymouth have already cost 38,000,0000 franc. thoo of Portsmouth more than 70,000 francs and to innrc the coast defences at other points and increase the cllicicii cy of her marine, England has expend ed over .'JOOjOOOO.OOOO francs Mtice 1872. Belgium ha:? spent .10,000,000 francs to complete the fortilicnlionsat Antwerp. Ital...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 July 1884

MwatBainKaie k It r-- littJMgagle. M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. R. P. MURDOCH, Businesa Manager. Hat the largest Circulation of any Daily Paper in Southwestern harjct. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILY UV MAIL, One copy, one year $3 00 One copy, six months 0 One copy, three months - ? One copy, one month ty Xw ent j cents per eek dellrereu by carriers In the City Postage prepdift. WEEKLY One copy, one ear One copy, 1 months ..$2 00 . 1 U) TO ADVERTISERS: Oar rates for advertising shall be as low as hose of say other paper of equal nluc as an dvcrtlslnc medium. All transient advertisements muBt bo paid for In advance. Entered in the rostoJf.ee at Wichita, at second clatt matter, and entned to trantition thiouoh II e mails ct such , WAXT COLOLN. Adtertuenenlt tnhhit column trill tethargid for at the rate of File. Ttntt per line per mcl. A adrerlltemnj UVeiCJor less then 25 cmfi . ' "17"AM ED A bitnatlon a a cierW by a man W or 24 xeara l.owl reference "-alarj to be ilrtenulueil by alne of fen I...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 July 1884

M Mj MURDOCH & BROTHER, Pro ,, .KRSoitAL AND LOCAL ITE?s"oF " NEWS Don't forget the excursion tor next Wednesday. .1 Dorado cvv peaches are now bcln' this city to the north and e i thipped from Politick .V lVarec place Mt' awning iu front of th' A handsome new grocery yesterday. jir Douglas aenue .las. Cairns has part of the city bought lots in the north He residence nd will build a comforta- Jlr. Klm tonce. ;osse9&io jcrly and Mr. Hartlc have taken north J 0r tucir fine bri:k bouse on j1 ..awrence avenue. " jdge Mitchell will soon build a fine lck business house on his Main street ioi next to the Little Parlor. We understand that ChaB. ISitting in tends to build a line house on his lots on Lawrence aenue immediately. A large and hundsomc Blaine and Logan flag w a- hoMed on cast Douglas avenue, in front of Iloger-' to:il ollice yesterday. The towiPof Mt. Hope is said to be on a boom. Several new houses are in course of erection, anymore arc talked of. Keformcd church unices ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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