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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 November 1883

l0HCM!iaBaBMIBSBdCBJRHSSi4SHM9(BflMttl mdrifa BB aBaMinssw flB9BBpflBBM&!ABBBBKKBflt9B(BHBaBHk br,Uocier i , r VOLUME xn. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883. NUMBER 33. Ci'MAI? i U K. UUUDOCK. R. r. ucurocK Jf. M. MURDOCK & MIOTIIEK. I'lULlSIIEHS AXD 1'UOrniCTORH. TWO HOLLA KS I'EIl YKAK IN ADVANCK. Aimrmsj satis tun is:tc w attu-i-ct. MAILS. Mall U. A..T. AS P. rail roul, from the north, arrivath.33a. in., 0iarU t ti:KI; from iheaoalh, arrltrs at 5:40 p. in , depart at A. 45. Express snail arrive at 10 p in Mall via. hi. I.uls .VMu Francisco railroad, arrives ate. lop. in. anI departs at 8 Via. in. Mall via M I. .It ti.X W. It K. arrlies at":IJp. in.: departs at8 34a. in. Ilarjxr, Uiinnlinede, 1-erj, Milton ami Kuby, arrives Wednesday and alurday at 4 p m ; departs Monday andllinrsday at Bt in. fiinirniau, Waterloo Marshall and Alton, arrives luesday, Ihursday and Saturilay at at 6 p.m.; departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday at G a in l'..l.l... C. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 November 1883

AMWMMWHMMiiiP) ij-5?. -w '; .' ' 7"" -" JV" &-, 1aA V Vote of Sedgwick County 1883 ' JOCELYN &?THOMAS, fre W gagtc 11 aaa 3 M.M.MUROOCK.Edltor. n WICHITA, KANSAS, NOV. 8, 18S3. NAMES OF CANDIDATES. -, - Tt v sin in S Mr & fe. '. j. .i.j"f y. I k fZ 1 1 1 . ' 'i; i IV tff - i- , , 4. w r -. , r MLi.p.nsvu). w uUM'ShiAtV" iWt"svHj HWW- isMH.sviiii i-sli svfuvi fa.i r ' ipi'Hfclll f mfi I HV. SHfcwjtsy kvmv-4- '' -up vs - i' mti -fmm nirtf wmrlmi&. cS M i Lfl ft OTOKY! VI UP REPUBLICAN RANKS pLOSING Situs Elected by One Thousand. WALTER. FORO. HEISERMaN. BEAR. OLIVER AND NELSON ALL ELECTED. The tabulated returns, found elect, here, tell the result of Tuesday's political figlit In Sedgwick county. It was in some respects the birdctt, most earnest fought battle, up on the part of true Itopublicanr, ever wit nessed In tbc county. j:ery conclctablc clement was combined and pitted againts tbe party, backed by tbe raloon Interest which was organized to beat Murray Myers and H...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 November 1883

SVwg- Ty" ttffi"7 -;ifr-i '. "WtF y ".no-1 "i ' y-fj- s. -s. I U 't, fr I 4 I! i' - v Of a i ifi?ii i i if i V I' 2?Trc oxf! . ir . agis 1'KttSONALANI) LOCAL ITI.MS OKNKWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, XOV. 8, 1883. Mrs. rcyton Slontgomery, of Kama City is in tuc city visiting. l.hlnHon .V Cuciiocl Lave Mcured oue of the rooms in ttie Ilec-c block. Ilcv. Kelly goes down to Ilcllc J'laln Sun day to preach a dedicatory sermon. Mr. O. A. Walker and dautgtcr, Kt a, liavc rUunicd from tliclr Ohio vl.lt. I)r. JCcciey offer tliree liundred tons or liy for talc. Sec advertisement. Sllss Dcdc Itusscl, of Lawrence, nintcr of airs, ii. T. iloorc, l visiting in tlie city. Doctor I'lilllipa will jireacli at lie Jl. E. Churcli next Sabbath morning ami eiening. Dr. Durand lias gone South for the winter montha. lie will pcnd mot of the time at Chattanooga. Jack Illillard was in the city this week. Do has hold out his livery biiclness lu Ar kansas City. K. W. Kcaiu has coaic to our city and Is making arrangemen...

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

ww;1 :&k&: ' ' mw9emmm-WiMi.HSJ9vtrnttimiMtni tuMtuwwtawwi'iwiiHWi; i i M m th ; 1ft rlaste subscription" two dollars in advance. IisilraTitniysteaviii!riaClelxZtltitSlbf. LIFE ON THE FARM. "Nothing but a farmer" is a phrase that is heard now and then In America. It would probably bo heard in no other country short of Algiers. In the best, at least, of the older coun tries', the tradesman, the teacher, the mechanic not to say the commercial traveler would congratulate, himself on the good fortune that promoted him to the social standing of a freehold farmer, even though his acres should be counted on his fingers. The notion that the man somehow stands a little higher who wears fine linen and bends orer a counter or desk than the man who wears overalls is a backwoods notion. If it has had any influence as it doubtless has had in beguiling young men from the farm to the shop, the mill and the office, it will not hare it much longer. As a new-country sentiment it will go the wa...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 15 November 1883

KKStnautKoaaaeiBmwmoeamaKjaB'nnwms.nimam m H , 7 -(.fjfe.t -v- " &V ' V v- - VOLUxME XII. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1883. NUMBER 34! wiMfa 01& 99HIHHHk i- fllHiwmCSSw' ft $ t W gaSI H X. MX'BDOCK. H. r. ML'BkOCX M. M. MUKDOCK & VltOTIIEK. PCTILUnaiH AKI) 1'KOI-BIKTOB. TWO IlOfXAIlS PER TEAK IN ADVANCE. txranajw xatk xixx rsrro ca attliutics. JI A IU3. Mall via. A..T. AS K. railroad, from ths north, arrlvesat B.3Ja. in., dejiarl at n Kl; rrom the south, arrive at a 40 p. in , depart at a-5. hvpress malt arrlvesat 10 p.m Mill via. St. I.oul San Kranclseo railroad, arrive at G.iQp in. and departs at 8 .Via. in. Mall via bt. 1. . Yt. S. A. W. It It. arrlic at 7 3ip.ni : diurtBt8.3!a. m. Harper, i:nnnlinede,aTy, Mlltmi and ltiiby, arrive Wednesday and Saturday at 4 p. in ; depart Monday ami "Inumday at b a in. Kingman, Waterloo 'Marshall and Afton. arriira Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at at f. p.m.; depart Monday. Wednesday aud Friday at 1. a....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 15 November 1883

ijajiaflllsl ftTwtJMtflM ww $fcWl3t Official Returns of Sedgwick County, Kansas 1883. JOCELYN & THOMAS, ZKI M.li. BURDOCK. Editor. WICHITA, 1CANSAS, 3C0V. 15, 1883. NAMES OK CANDIDATES THAT STRIPED TICKET. (SUCCESSORS TO J. 31V STEELE,) J i f li & .9 9 Tlie "red, wliite sod blue" tlclct, bearing the names of tbe Sedgwick county Kepub- 1 1 can nominee, printed by us, gate our cs teemed contemporary the grunts. He bad 'cm bad. It was a sporadic caic, but malig nant. We guess cerybody understands wliy that ticlct nude the Jleacon mad, but should tlierc be any who do not, we will tate that the Kcpublican party Is opposed to counterfeiting, and that llcVet was got ten up in that shape to preterit the friends of our esteemed contemporary from as they bad been in the habit of doing heretofore: counterfeiting the Itepubllcan ticlet by putting Democratic nominees on it. They couldn't print any thing like our red, white and blue ticket, hence the Eeacon't lionl. Wc found no Republican...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 15 November 1883

'."'"vV.-sv" '. "a l K tt-Hs , Kw"t 6 t- r-; , J s'fe Tf-sf f i'.iJiniHpiii i nniniiiui Hlf ym.W '""' '.f ' l V u ft - -' 3?fo r!lsU I'EOSON ALAND LOCAL ITEMS OK NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, XOV. 15, 1883. HUGENT NOT CORONER. Doctored Returns and an Unfair Count THE TABLE OF THE OFFICIAL FIGURES HAKES IT A TIE. Great excitement was produced In pollti cal clrclei tbla morning upon tbc discovery being made lij an expert In the Eagle of fice that tlio official rcturtia made by the county commissioners for publication, with relation to tbc office of coroner, were, In tbc column! of totali and majorities, Incor rect, The Republican candidate, tbc Hon. Thomaa Glorer, on tbe face of the returns ties Esquire Nugent. Tbc county clerk ba been enjoined by tbla office agalntt Issuing a certificate until the county coinmUtloncrs can be convened and tbe matter officially and Judicially determined in the Intercut of the perpetuity of American luftitutiona - and tbe final victory of tbe Republican Prty. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 15 November 1883

-t. eaBaBBBBBBBaaBaaa' . i m mill iwiiiwiiiiiiiiniiiwiiinl I in ' ' - ut..i..i.nw-riy;-i"1 . V 0- iLVT gL ; tr J V-J 5 1 ' j- x- X., ' H. J. IIARDrNO. FBANK ISHXB. "FRISCOi&INE." fc 3?tjwfsi SUBSCRIPTION' TWO DOLLARS IN ADVANCE. Imil ct 7t iniij na Tntfrca Cge la Ittlt Statin. BOARS' TUSKS. A correspondent of tho Breeder's Gazette saya : "STy experience of forty years as a hog-brccder lias taught me that the tusks of a pet male hog are dangerous weapons and that they fcltould be taken ofl. Hours at times arc very ticioiiR, afmid of nothing, and will tusk horses, cattle, or any other stock, not excepting his keeper, or any other man, woman or child. To take them off is an easy and safe operation, after joti have caught and downed the animal. Utc a bar of iron one-half inch thick, two and one-half inches wide and two feet long, (farm ers generally have an old plow coul-1 Icr) and a Jiammcr. Insert the iron bar in tho hog's mouth back of and under the tutk, ono end resting on the f...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 November 1883

jvui "tyffi'Kiyw IlKdrifo tiii.i-. ""HS VOLUME XII. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 22,1883. NUMBER 35. 1Z MM? SSBHUHfta fJL HBHvRiCSEni'v r" L ' I K VIrV.r fit 4it drift C32J-T M M MCIirOCK. K. r. -TttLGCK M. XI. XIUKDOCIC & IM.OTIIKK. l'llIUMIEUS AMI rilUI'llICTOIIK. TWO lioixAKS l'KU KKisMivXsci:. 127ZZ71ZTSZ ZlzklZZ ZKTS C3 UKXlZXa. MAILS. Mill via A..T AS F. railroad, from tin north. arrives atv.33 a. m., iler.arts at 8:10; I im liesonlh, amvesat3:40 p. ni , depart xt 5 4. i;iirr' mail arrlres at 10 p. m Isll via. M. Isolds & an Francises lallroad, srrlveeatG.iup. in. ami departs at t:.7) a. in. Mall via M I. , It S. A V. It. I:, arrite lit 7. 35)i. in : departs at fi.3Ja. in. Harper. Uiinnlinrde, I.evy, .Mlltnii ami Kuliy, arrive Wednesday and Saturday at 4 p. m f departs Monday anil 1 liur'ay at 0 a ni . Kinsman, Waterloo Marshall and Alton, nrrited 'luef lay. Ilmrtilny and ratnrday at ot Op. ni.; depart Monday, Wednesday anl I'rl-Uy atlin 111 I'a...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 November 1883

lJi.Uniii.MWl jFlW nKMUBimiasiwwjwBM "5ri-N-' Jt " V jK3MjW-yAMWjJ'Jiii n , ., I h -vttls-.iBB' $T W lsi M.M.MURDOCK.Edltor. WICHITA, lvANSAS, NOV. 22, 1&93. ORGANIZE. Tlic attention of the earned, trucltcpub licans Is called to the necessity or a city or ganization of tlic party, to the end that next spring we may not be forced, as a par ty. Into unpleasant and false attitudes. The got ernment of this city and Its school affairs belongs properly to tlic Kepublican party, and mc bate only to organize to talc pos session, and become responsible to tbc peo ple. As a county party tlic Ucpublican or ganization would also be stronger was this city In Its bauds. Wc earnestly urge that tbls matter be no longer allowed to go by default. If wc as a party arc whipped wc will bo no worse off than we are now, nor than wc Imc been for jcars. Tlic reor ganization of tbc city gotcrnment from top to bottom would not be a bad thing In any feature, while It could be bettered in many. All that Is ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 November 1883

"- s". Vi A 1 M 2?ttje $U PEKSOXAL AM) LOCAL ITKMS OF NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, NOV. 22, 1883. Lovrry has left us. fcbe has gone Mrs. home. It U understood that Jobn Deri)' will be deputy sheriff under Kisber. SJn. Holtscbnelelcr Is preparing to go to Iter busband in tbe mountains. Sirs. Jutil-nuaim ant liar daughter Kate arc off for Tor a Islt to Xcbrasla. Mr. Tborp, a banker of Kingman, i mak ing arrangement to start a bank, at Cheney. A new paper readies us from CalJucll, called the Standard, by Joe li. Carter. Tal ent, Uccd IJrolbcrs bave gone to California to rpend tbe winter In search of belter health, rent and recreation. It Is said that Mrs. V. V. Campbell docs not like Missouri and urges Judge C. to come back to Wichita. One who is an adept at catching Uaglet feathers and floating elovv n, contributes the contents of bis bag for this week, which will bo found elscvvbcro The Tolled-Angus cattle, bought In Scot land last rammer by Itcv. J. I). Hew ill for Hold. Lawrence, wc lear...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 November 1883

'9F- wfcfrfc wm'UudHWMwt UW;pmMJWPWWtHMMLjlMil " 1 5-JT, " " -5gK-- f'J: --Jt Jr --' .-eY r- t t H. J. HAKDINQ. FRANK: ISJ1EB. & S :l I-d: lit lSl BUBSCKIITIOS TWO DOLLAItS IS ADVANCE. Jimi a Tlsrilij i:i itk!rci CSci Ulir'.t ZtEilzj. AMONG THE POLAND-CHINAS. Col. Milton Stewart, of this city, on his late trip to the Kast, visited But ler county, Ohio, the home of the originators of the breed of swine known as the Poland-Chines. He communicated the results of his ob servations in a letter to the Kansas City Indicator, from which wc make the following extracts: From Plainwell we took a straight Miool southward for Somervillc, But ler county, Ohio, where the real Simon-pure Poland-China nabob- man age to cscitt. AVc found a nest of them here, and the cleverest set of men, one and all. Me ccr met. The weather was simply superb; the blue-grass and white clover under the influence of recent raius and warm sunshine were as pleasing to the ej c as a basket of flowers, and the swine, al...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 29 November 1883

tjmtAm ' Ifeljifei ' jEife : Spoilt " l - hte Jtl..... -""W1 r i M ! H t volume xn. an 131 h x. vchdock. n. r. vrncocic. M. M. MURDOCK & BROTHER. I'miLKUEBS AISD I'COrBirTOK.1. TWO DOLL A ItS 1'KIl YEAuTxVANCKL aztzzhzs j tin: kaii terra cs Arni:ATz:a! itAIIJj. Mall ill. A..T. AS. F. railroad, from tin north, arrives at B.35 a. m., departs at 0.40; from ihesoulh, arrives al -40 p. m , departs at S'"i. Kxpress malt arrives at 10 p.m. Mall via ht. Iuls A han Francisco railroad, arrives alG.lop. m. and departs at b:30a. in. Mall via ht I. , 1 1. S. A. W. 11. It. arrlvt-s lit 7 33p. m.: dejutrtsatb 30 a.m. Harper, Kunnlmrdt, I.vy, Sllllon anil Ilnby, arrives Wednesday and hatonlay at 4i.m.; tleparts Monday and Tburailay at b a n. Klnirman, Waterloo. Marshall snd Afton, artlTrs Tuesday, Tburaday and hatnnlay at at cji.m.; urpans aionaay, neunewiay ana Friday ate a. in. Castleton. St. Marks and Gtrmanla. arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday at li ra.; de parts same uaya ai i p m. Doug...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 29 November 1883

M ,7 fi VK .13r-kWW $Uc 3aiLi M.M.MUROOCK.Edltor. WICHITA, KANSAS, NOV. 23, 1883. A GREAT ENTERPRISE. A New Railroad Scheme From Wichita to Texas. A railroad corporation lias been organiz ed in Texas with Mr. U.A.I.owlt, of Wich ita Falls, Texa, n president, for the con struction of a railroad from Arkansas Pa, Texas, i la IIrownillc, San Antonio, 'Wich ita Kails, Indian Territory, Arkansas City to Wichita, Kansas. A wealthy syndicate Is at tlic back of the enterprise, a full ac count of wfclch we will publish next week. SHERMAN FOR PRESIDENT. The Wichita Eagi.k Is for Gen. Sherman for President. Our friend March had better not be in too big a hurry about tbe Itepub licab candidate in 1KSJ. The action of Con gress this winter, the drill of public senti ment in tbe couutr) during the next (he months, and a great many other things that may happen, nil! determine uho should be nominated. AiclAion Champion. OI course wc may be too fast. Ho man can tell. To catch the drift of public opin...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 29 November 1883

-.ka ??$; t ,.... J1. -H"fr- ISw -f " w i m "& t tsahtv. -itv-.aY" -?Sw-vT 5VJV KltSONALANI) LOCAL ITKJIS OFXKWS. WICHITA, KAXSAS,OV. 29, 1683, Mayor Orlcffenttcln ! off again for the Indian Territory to lie absent several days. George Wiiliama returned from Incl'a ciflc coast last .Saturday, looking as natural aa life. At tlic 31. 1". church one night last week, a literary lyceum vtu organized vrlik-li, wr lc1icc Includes a lecture courtc. Stewart and McMillcn, our tucreshful packing house men, commenced tbeir tea- fon'a oppcrallons on Monday. Gov. Isaac Sharp, of Council Grove, a regent or the State formal School, uaihecn in the city several daya on business. J. W. Miller, of the Wichita road, lias atfumed the office ol general freight agect of the road In addition to the general auricr-inlcndt-ncy. Win. Uoeeni-tell purchased nearly an hun dred head of cattle, Which he brought home from Miaaouri laH week for feeder and breeders. NELLIE C. BAILEY'S LIFE. Few Stray Tirtads Conne...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 29 November 1883

-USHs". v- I., 3V" $it Jg fpigle dOBSCItllTION TWO DOLLARS IN ADVANCE. littil a Tfcsriiiy i:l vsilfrsa CEci !a Zirji Statist. TO TELL A SHEEP'S AGE. At one month old the lamb lias eight temporary teeth in front and three temporary molars ou each side of each jaw; at three months one permanent molar is added to these three; at nine months a second permanent molar ap pears; at fourteen months the first two permanent inciters appear in the center of the front of the lower jaw; at eighteen months a third permanent molar appears ; at twenty-one months the tccoud pair of permanent incisors appear, one tooth ou each side of the first pair; at twenty-seven months the temporary molars arc changed for per manent ones; at thirty months the third pair of permanent incisors ap pear, aud at forty mouths the fourth pair is complete. The sheep is then full mouthed, and is rising four years. After that the 020 is indicated by the appearance of the incisors and molars ; but this is deceptive, because...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 December 1883

r'rf!- i- j- -te. . oir ;BsJasias.ll1Jl.nay,JlB's-w ttr, -rK .WftJT. MM . -saw. ap"3; v ZaU?ei,tr SLfcci - f""7f; :H OTmaiMOD J 'I 'f j volume xn. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1883. NUMBER 37. mdrita u s 11 h J $fcW!ast M Jf. MCBDOCX. It. r. HU11COCK. M. M. MURDOCK & BROTHEK. 1'raniniB! aid rnorcirroM. TWO DOLLAUS I'EU YEAR IN ADVANCE. AimixcoK sin: tu:i ik:wu :a ArmcATics. MAILS. Mall via. A..T.4S Y. railroad, from the north, arrlr.salH.35a. m., drparts at b 10; from b. south, arrives at 540 p. n , deiarts at S. 4.1. Kxpressmall anivrs at 10 p. m. Mall via St. Lonls & Sao Francisco railroad, irriVMitC.IOp. m. and dsparts at 8 SO a. m. Mall via bt. L , VX S A W. It. It. arrives al7:33p. m.: departs at 8:30 m. Harper, llannlmede, Ivr, Mlllon and Ruby, arrives Wednesday and r-aturday at 4 p m ; depart Monday and Thursday at 8 a m . Kingman, Waterloo Marahall and Afton, arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Satnrday at at 6 p. m.; departs Monday, Wedneaday an...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 December 1883

fl"V-,v"T m i 7 & K'1 j HFftje gafit M.M.MUROOCK. Editor. WICHITA, KANSAS, DEC. 6, 1883. NEETING OF CONGRESS. Congress assembled on the 6J innt., at 12 o'clock, 31C members present. Tne roll war called on tlic Domination of tpesker result ing in 181 for Carlisle, wbo returned thank, and took the oath. States mere called for representatives to come forward and be qualified. When Kansas was readied Mr. 1'etcrs, rcprescntitUe-at-Iarge from tbat Hate, at tbe request of Mr. Springer, was asked to step alde. Mr. Springer stated tbat tbe governor of Kansas bad forwarded to him a petition, signed by himself and oth er State ofliccrt and a large number ol citi zens, protesting against the admission of Sir. I'clcrs on tbe ground that under the constitution and law s ol Kansas he is ineli gible to bold tbe ottke. He, liowct er, w ilh dreu his objection and Mr. 1'cUrs took the oath. SPEAKER? Mr. Cirllsle was dieted speaker ol the loner bouse of Congress. He was backed by a solid South and w...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 December 1883

ff Kf ft U 0 3?Ttje i?.lr B rEUSOKALAND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. WICniTA, KANSAS, DEC. 6, 1883. MJ Powell, of AuguiU, wa In the city thli week. Ho extra charge on tbe through sleeper i'ellow JJolU "Spotless (t) City," is what an agrieTed citizen dubs onr city. J. A. Hollingerand wife were up to the city for thanksgiving. Mias Clara Jenkins of Kaniai City, in In tbe city vltltlng friends. Mlu Alice Slurdock. of Eldorado ii visit Ing her 'Wichita coutint. A. S. Llndscy, of Anthony, editor and postmaster, ii in the city. A, girl ii wanted to work in the Ragle bindery. Call Immediately. Dr. Kelly dedicated a Metbodia church at Modlcluc Lodge lal Sabbatb. Mlu llutler, of Cheyenne, titter ol Mr. L. I). Bkinncr, I vialting fn the city. John Hughe la building a large and com modious residence on south Main ttrect. The members of the colored Melhodlkt church have organized a debating society. The old Dutch sign Is, as the three first dijs of December arc so will the winter be. I.cwlj 1'eckbam, o...

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

'-&' A- ., - . s " ,1- s gptoe w. . "FRISCOLINE." 'W '- icI 7.tX gi ., laWSt Iff scbscmitiox two ioi lars ix advance. Ii::jJntiitll7 cicS vitlfrga CStt lalttlsSilillsj. FATTENING CATTLE. Tin) more we rt-eirain tlie moc tnrnu of the body the prcatcr is the aptitude for fattening. Contentment aids the formation of fat. "laupli and grow fit," Mi) s an exchange, is n jm ov crb with a foundation in fact. Violent excrete, by stimulating the lungs, con sume' the fatty matters. The size of the lung has a marked influence upon fattening. A largo lung, developed by abundant exercise, burns away the heat-produciug matter and retards fat tening. On the other hand, a fcnmll lcg and a small liver, though they render the possessor much more deli cate, arc favorable to fattening. The experiments of .Messrs. Lawcs & Gil bert show: (1.) That a large portion of the fat of the Iierbivora fattened for human food must be derived from substances other than the fatty marg in the food; (2.) That whe...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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