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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 13 July 1884

v ; .4"'5fi.f !r T WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1884. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 43 r -; rppisisi - - i. - r.--w . . v '--. - " --j--i.- '- .. ftT-r t 't:t, rear ..- ry t v. -a & p A MORNING BLAZE. Supposed to Have Been the Work of an Incendiary. At a little before 3 o'clock tbit morning, an alarm of fire was sounded by the fire bell, and was quickly taken up by the wMitlas. A representative of tue Eaglk repaired to the scene and lound the cauie of tbe alarm to be tbe burning of a small, one itory frame dwelling In tbe southeast part of tbe city. The reporter found upon Investiga tion that the building was owned by Mr. Kramer, and one-balf of it was occupied by Wm. Kullen lore and family, and tbe other by Mrs. Emma Howey, Fullerlovc'i sister-in-law. Mrs. Howey sated nearly all of her house hold effects, but Kullerlovc lost everything. Tbe house was moied to its present loca tion last spring, and was alucd at kometbiug over 9200. Te were unable to learn whether It was injured ...

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. — 13 July 1884

mbGQ; ' -J " V 'aKV-.--svWr i-i - v 1,.jfc-'j-i.-r.--rr7-j-: . A $: jifvsr- v-s- A rfc ?. - VtK.' k --? SJ mil hi ,rt7- jT $tSsX. M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. SUNDAY MOKN1XG, JULY 13, 1884. ---' FOR PEESIDEST, JAMES C BLAINE. FOlt VICK-rilESIDEXT, JOHN A..LOCAN. ForConj-ress SAMUEL K. I'KTEKS DR. ALLEN'S CANDIDACY. The gentleman, wIiobc name will be presented to tlicl'cpublicau state con vention, at To'cl;a, next Wcdnc-day, for the nomination for Secretary of State, Dr. K. 11. Allen, is not an office meeker in the ordinary acceptation of that term. His candidacy, if it may properly be so designated, did not come of hi"! oni motion or suggestion; but it came of a recognition, upon the part of his many friends living in this f-cction of the slate, of his eminent fitness for the discharge of the duties of that honorable position. True, the claim of location may have been urged by some in in ducing him to consent to the use of Ids name, but the moving conviction was his abilities and the stre...

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. — 13 July 1884

- - -,f J, -j j- .'j.r,i ; vWrV' A4 r -& ::? I ".'( J gailgWfgagl M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Butinett Miniver. flat the Largett Circulation of any Daily Paprr an &iifil0rt'rn KuMfll. in Southioetlern Karjat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILT BT MAIL. One copy, one year 0 One copy, six month M One copy, three months 2 M One copy, one month ' Twenty cent per week delivered by canien In the City. l'osta&eprepalB. WEEKLY. One copy, one ear 'i Oil One copy, six months 1 M TO ADVERTISEItS: Our rate for advertising shall be as low as hose of any other paper of cqnal value as an dvertlslng medium. All transient advertisements must be paid for In advanee. Entered in the Pottofflce at Wichita, at tecond clatt matter, and entered to transition thiough the mailt at tucn WANT COLUMN. Adrertiiemtntt in (nit column trill be charged for at the rate of ftr Ctntt per line per tore. Ao adl-crtlicment taken for Iff thantb centi . WANTED. A good, competent girl to as lit lont hoinf wo...

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. — 13 July 1884

&;WriagafMm' jt -" " ' .-- r -. .-sS'iiTP'v wmummwTwrnmn,.. u,..---. laitganlagt, M M MUROCCK & BROTHER, Proprietors. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS Regular meeting of the city council to morrow evening,, II. L. Tuayer, of St. Paul, Minn., was In the city yesterday. Will the city council please look after tliofc miction engines i T. A. I'ullcn and J. II. Drown, ol Atclii mii, are at the Trcmont. Tickets for the 1 Dorado excursion ire going on like hot cakes. Will the city council please look after that numbering business? Good wool is now only worth about 11 cents per pound in this city. See that the streets and alleys are purified, aud thus prevent pcstillential disease. W. I PoDonoe. iuuior. pronrlctorol the Occidental, left yesterjay lor Chicago. There will be 1"3 or more school teachers employed in this county the coming school year. G. II. Baxter, western passenger agentof the Yandalia line, was in the city jestcr day. The Sedgwick county teacher's institute will conv...

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. — 15 July 1884

r52W35 ' vMyy u - . tf . M;?J --rf VOLUME 1. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1884. NUMBER49 Mu -J.VvM.;.- r3".'3if .tiJ..'ij;"-.-t-"i.w Ji2 jj"T:T''!nR3F-yTWsT!WHWSWBHHiWOWWIPBMMP1HPBBBBHIHWHiMHH -XXfpSS r ' -- ' - -v?-w v. ' . Si,.i" 1 . r vvi,- -" .. . I J - . .. - - - -, -.". . XX I A V F a (v" I I "I I I I II I I C?1 jraHCS2lSjl&ilB SiyfB.K J mwLs '"-?f A i ' OFFICIAL STATISTICS OF SEDGWICK COUNTY FOR 1884. Taken from the Assessment Rolls on file and showing by Townships the Acreage of the leading Products, the number of Cattle, Horses, Sheep and Swine, the num . '.'-'- i - - -i i . . ., . . , , . .I - ... i "".,"' ' ' j y" - i ii i ----' i ' ;;" " l ; I g f ' fl " ' . - "" ' a J c 5- c. - S .2 ! a 5 iow.NSHi.fl. fc 5 3 S S j: 5 - j I o 4fg S j g J ? I - .2 .2 , . . " ;;-; j ; ZS wB WK & S -, s. i. " S S S ES2i-S2fejt,ocoo3o o . - . g - . - -; -?s;C . y. 'A 'A 'A 'A & X 'A H H S Attica Anon Dplsno KaRli- Oraiit )iMim trcelpy ('iinleii l'laln Jrand IMirr Il...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 15 July 1884

XZXU I,-"'1- ..IHM M !! ! II Hljll ' ' if f " -O'H'" ?i-J-' J r5Pi"'4iSr5 t'-x - T JN"Kf . dSvV I?:' . r x . . '- IS rfs .a laittj ?'. .ir s? M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. TUESDAY MOUSING, JULY J3, 18S4. FOK PKESIDENT, JAMES C. BLAINE. FOK VICK-PKESIDKNT, JOHN A. LOGAN. ForConp-rt. SAMUEL It. PKTKIt-i WONDERFUL WICHITA. A Few Plain Words about Some Simple Facts. Within tlio limit f a period of time to brief as to bo oompasel by the recollection of acliool boy, the buffalo hunter couM stand upon jjcntle swell that tUIrts the ern confines of tbli city, and that, the a green wall, hedged in a ast solitude, and look out upon a limitless plain ot gras ktrctcliing away and away until its sheen of waving greenj intermingled with the stead azure of the sky in an encircling horizon of irntneasurable.distanccs and in. lc cribable louclinof. Save the thin rank of straggling cotlonwoods that stood guarding the weary wanderer whose shift ing waters idly crawled on to the sea, no shrub nor tree broke th...

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. — 15 July 1884

"ct Sr.' 2.m!V V V -T-V - "S, 4.- 35? '.-,-k.. JSw3S - - V . ' Je-MT- "i;i KaF3nEqgssgffi M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. "J R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manag-cr. Uai the Jjtrgett Circulation of any Daily Paper n Southictitern Kaniai. TERMS CF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILY BY VAtL, One copy, one yen S "0 One copy, six months W One copy, three months '- 00 One copr, one month Ti Twenty cents per week delivered by carriers in the City. Postage prrpalfi. WEKKLT. One copy, one year $2 00 One copy, six months 1 00 TO ADVEIITISEUS: Oar rates for atlrertlblug shall be as low as hose of any other paper of equal value as an dvertislng medinm. All transient advertisements must be paid for JS- In advance. t Entered in the Pottoffice at Wichita, at tecond clou natter, and entered to tranxition through the ntailt at tuck WANTJCOLUMN. AdvertUemihtt in thit column trill le charged for at the rate of Fire t'tntt per line per te-eei. .Vo advertttement telen for lett than 25 centt . 17"AXTEU A purchaser for 4D arrea of la...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 15 July 1884

& yiiwigm'vy'Mt8ijWteHl Kft&ftnm '"""""-nr " M M MURDOCK& BROTHER, Propctou. P KRSOItAL. AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS lingular meeting or Garfield po9t tbls ev ening. Tbere is not a vacant buslncs lioiue In the city of Wichita. Mr. W. II. crill has purchased a home residence on north Lawrence avenue. Wichita offers the best opening or any city in the webt force cral lines ot manu facture. A marriage license was granted jckter day to C. T. JIulKev ai-d Klla Iticc, both of Garden Plain. The water in the lHg and Utile rivers is now very high, and in places has over flowed the hanks. Thcro ha a been over 2,500 deeds lecord cd in the register or deeds' ofhec since the first ol last January. Our leading merchants say that their kales thi year will be fully fifty percent, greater than those or any former year. Dr. Andrews has bought 100 feet front by 300 rcct Jeep in Hyde & KcrreH" addi tion, on which he proposes to build a lianel soxnc residence. There is not a tingle point in ...

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. — 16 July 1884

fS fki4kjt - n y Jrogpta a 5k1 5? ii ' --.wu? ":3gtgi -t at ff VOLUME 1. A TRIP OUT WEST, To the Editor of the aglt: Wild House I.akh, Jul; 4. A brief description of a trip through what lias been Know aa the "dry counties" may not be uninteresting to your reader, at tboie counties will probably prove val uable to Wichita in her capacity as a whole tale and jobbing point and commercial cen ... te r as toon ai the Santa Fe cut-off from Florence to Dodge City i completed. After leaving Sedywick county I took a westerly course through Kingman and Pratt counties, both or which arc now tet tlcd up, almost every quarter or land being occupied. Pratt I found to consist of rolling upland, the soil being a; rich black loam two or three reel in depth. The chicr difficulty to be contended with In this county is the depth to water, which is oery where from eighty to one hundred and twentvfect. This, hoecr, is a difficulty which baa been met with in al parts or Kansas. After following the! buney ...

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. — 16 July 1884

lppplpif " "52j ' v- -S -- -,V -; -e- :'-; y T " - " ,-tf - 3 M -0 " c Uail c.,. ir . s. M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. WEDNESDAY MOIiMNG, JULY 10, 188. ron rnEsiDEXT, JAMES C. BLAINE. KOK VICK-l'KKSIDKNT, JOHN A. LOCAN. for Concroas SAMUEL R. I'KTEIIS THE NEW ROADS. The Medicine Lodge Cresset Mill take uoticc tlial llic Eaui.k in its "guess" a to the southern branch or extension of the Santa Fc's coming work, we did not mean to convey the imprcs'-iou the road would run right along the southern line of the state for one hundred and fifty miles. "What wc meaut vw, through the southern tier of counties until about fifty or eiphty miles from the west line of the state, Mheu it Mill bear northwest. The Democratic bird ought to be a mule. The eflort of Democrat? Mas to find a man without a record. And they -succeeded. Chicago last night whs not as full as it wn. but this can not be baid of a good maiiv who Merc lcit over. 'The old Mar horie of Democracy'' did not have much of a show in the race....

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. — 16 July 1884

" - V S- r j- s';-H?t9 "v w - -M;3-.r-- Sv,j-w d$rSlsaSs?55'SSj?S5M!SI 3?4&i " i 1 M ft (JS "fc'-j'i' lailS 3WvT-v I ?J" M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. Hat the Largett Circulation of any Daily Payer m Soulhtcctfern Kantat. TERMS OF SUBSCrTpTION : nAILT ur MAIL, One copy, one year S3 10 One copy, six month w One copy, three months 2 Ml One copy, ono month "5 Twenty cents per wceV delivered by carriers In the City. I'ostageprepalfl. tVEKKI.V. One copy, one year One copy, six months . 1 uo TO ADVKIiTISEltS: Our rales for aitrertlking aliall be ns low us hose of any other paper of equal value as an dvertlsinp medium. AH transient adTertisements mukt be paiJ for in advance. lZntrret in the 1'mtojice cl Wichita, at tecond elatt matter, and entered to trantltion thiovah the mail at tuih WANT COLUMN. Adrertliementt in thit rolumn trill le charged for el the rate of five Ct nit per line per ami. So advertitemnt lattn for Itit than 23 eenlt. "irANTEl) To sell an e...

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. — 16 July 1884

. -S-iwfr-asrts336E jjaiwssstaaLittKSKa jwiw i nt-ww;ainwiw I t'l I -I'T1 'W-' fBiOWHftwWWWttftltfB'illlWlMaiitwii;! "- V ..j - rsf- --.----,; Wt1 ' - l .:" "w-t- - ". t-jt M M MUROOCK & BROTHER, Piopntot. ? ERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS The Tremont hotel nowsportsa new rej inter. To-dsy ) the time of the excursion Dorado. to El District court lias adjourned until Friday morning. Peaches, plums and other limit in he coining ery plentiful in this market. Secral Itcpubllcaus went to Topeka jet terday to attend tea fctate contention. Head A. Allen's advertisement giving notice of a sixty days' clearance sale. It. C. Deam yesterday rcceired a commit sion as notary puhlic from Governor Gllck. Some Tery fine tomatoes were brought to this city yebterday by Jlr. Teachey and his sou. The speakers' stand erected for the Dem ocratic ratification meeting was removed yesterday. The Santa Fe train from the catt was over an hour behind time in reaching this city yesterday. Remember that the ...

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. — 17 July 1884

'. - 'T.. .-t ' j,,r,r""''5 - f,Lvs- -'" ' - Jsic a-ww -jvcr - H:i?S s? WTJ, - " i- 1 BT W ' , .? 1 WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1884. VOEUME 1. NUMBBR 51 Sttldl p V AT TOPEKA. THE CONVENTION GET TING IN SHAPE. A Fight Expected on the Pro hibition Question. BIO DEMOCRATIC RATIFICATION AT LOUISVILLE. Other Interesting Political Points From Various Sources. THE STATE CONVENTION. Spmtl TthfTtm to Iht Befit: Toi'eka, July 16. The iutcrct in the success of the many candidates by their friends was over-shadowed much of the day by the fact leaking out that there had been three caucuses held lait night to fix up a platform. One by the prohibitionists, one by the anti-prohibitionists, and one by the etraddlcrs. From what could be gathered there seemed no hope of harmonism. The planl. on the one jiiL"tion of what we shall driuk and where, but before the hour of convening the representatives of the different factions had a confer ence and it was understood that thiug-4 hud been ...

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. — 17 July 1884

'' &n35T-7 - hfl JWrfT i -- - - - ,.. .r.. -i- .(kIv'ViM:si. jT-wcc-, . .,-. "-- YT1- .. .' r.?V, T - -Spv-W"? " i-- '- "--; " T " ' t -fM-B,. C 0wmm!rafiSri mi j. lwjl.iwffuuaeu-iiwtfyr..wtji.r'iwii.Mly,w. ,-. m ..j.m' faitij ogf. Jt 9 M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1884. KOli FJU-UD-XX,.! JAMES C. BLAINE. FOR VICK-1'KKSIUEXT, JOHN A. LOGAN. KorConRress SAMUEL R. PETERS John Kellr lias frequently been kicked before, but was never kicked before and behind quite fo effectually as this time. Wc shall sec how laine lv he f-ubmits. Mr. Morrison, chairman of the com mittee on platform at the Cliicago convention, declared that American labor needed no protection. The toil ins millions, of the country will not give Mr. Morrison's candidate many votes in Norcmber. Mr. Cummins, of Massachusetts, said in the Democratic ctinventiou on Thursday, speaking to New Yorkers: "Do not forever bring us war and with it a candidate that means defeat." Xcw York came with war, aud "l...

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. — 17 July 1884

JTV"- JP"J" 'V. ' tv r-r V" "Nt s - '"a "T.?,."" "" t'V, ... - - J- r , 5-1 l '' f :i 4 1 - t &. ? r l (i- SailsBfgagt. M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Business Mumper. THE WEDDING-CAKE. Custom of Hat the Largcit Circulation of any Daily Payer in Southvcttern X.aniat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : iailv nr MAIL. One copy, one year W tw One cojiy, six montlis 4 00 One copy, three month 2 00 One copy, one month 73 Twcnt) cents per work delivered bv earrii-ra In tlie City. Postage prepaio. WEEKLY. One copy, one ear 1 00 One copy, six montljs I 00 TO ADVKIlTlSEItS: Our rati for ndrcrtl&inir shall he at low aa hose of any other paper of equal value as an tlvertlslue medium. All transient advertisements must he paid for In advance. Entered in the Poitojfice al tt'iehila, tu tecond ctatt matter, and entered to trantition through the Mailtdi tuch VANT COLUMN. Adrerti'(mer.tt tn thit column will le charged for at the rate of I'tvt Ctnti per line per iceek. Aa airertucnent taXtn fcr l...

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. — 17 July 1884

sdKja4t4lCflElS& mis '"s.t-ji -M7 V"fc' - i-r . Kv-'-J-- 2ra33E- ft"WJQ '? " rv M M MURDOCK & BROTHER, Propiittort. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS But lew fanners were in the city yester day. Water i-crv ice ii being put into Smyth's implement bouse. Yesterday was not a very pleasant time for the Sunday school excursion to Kl Do rado. A handscme new sign now adorns the front windows of the Wholesale Grocer House. Unless there is another Democratic ratifi cation meeting, the city council will meet next Monday evening. Solomon Corn and Miss Mary K. Snively, both of this county, were granted a mar riage license jesterday. The Wichita delegation that went to To peka to attend the state convention are ex pected back this evening or to-morrow. The street cars received a very liberal patronage yesterday, which was principal ly owing to the muddy roads and side walks. The heavy rain of Tuesday night and yesterday morning, did thousands of dol lars' worth of good to the corn crop o...

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. — 18 July 1884

-v ir -' ' ee ' y'A-TCV v 's.sl ''"- "" sV55 i-- -iX, X " , v-TT'TSS ?-- J ' " " ' 'J .-J.V-' lJ JKW ' ' J-- v m WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1884. NUMBER 52 VOBUIVIE 1. - -v. - - WIJiJ 'f CATTLE TRAILS. Arkansas City Traveler: Colonel Bene dict, Indian inspector, says the Caldwell Journal, baa stopped at the Southwestern since Monday; Ho has keen looking over the cattle trails across the Indian Territory, with a view to I uveitis; ating the troubles of the drovers in getting through that coun try. Ue has examined the Chishold and Western trails, and will report them all right and amply sufficient for the drive on those trails. He will also report that the cattle men on the Strip, deeming the two trails left sufficient, have closed the trail leading from Itcd Fork llauch to Clark county; but that this trail is needed by drovers wishing to pass from one marke t to the other, and hence must be opened' or placed in shape so that drovers can pans orcr it. The president oi t...

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. — 18 July 1884

wg?tf.t!ipyi"y """t!.ii'ljl --- y c"1'" ,w - vw"? tjt - r-CTJMWgmaM6ff;g;axjt.iia. HffJ, Jjwmuip BBJMWPa - - '." -t 1 V'' ''&&'' so--'Vpry '-etkTCVCf-fe t-s-vl ftst-Vsi L.ASWfW tV1 "t ;:sr iSks M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. KIUOAY .MOKNING, JULY 18,18847 10 U l'KESIDENT, JAMES C. BLAINE. roit vick-I'Iiesiijext, - JOHN A. LOGAN. IYr Congress . SAMUEL II. l'ETEUS Tlic-re aio 4C0 Ilolyoke, Mas., lil.tini'. lrih-Anicri(ans in who will vote for Ilcmlrickb nev'.T Miowcil up iniieli on lii own account, but by contrast with the man to whom he had been hitched, he looms iiji like si btntcrtiian. .Tunc weather was not hot. There wore only two lnj'fc were mercury was above 00 degree. Hut we arc making up for it in .Inly. The temperature has been 100 several times within the last two weeks. Itcports from all partB of the state arc encouraging. Wheat was never better and corn i growing fast. Ituins have not been frequent within two weeks, mj that there has not been much interference with the ha...

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. — 18 July 1884

A'V-- rSf-i -i 1t - " --.)" .5-.4 - .-' V"" "WHaWMWaHIVMH4lhM "O -'."-'"-"i-Si.t JX-jifV- -&-,; v fev ..?r. m r a tm gailjjagS M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. Has the Ijirgesl Circulation of any Jlaily Paper 'in Southwestern hartat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILT IIV MAIL. Onecojiy, one year $ 00 One copy, six months w Onncnjiy, three months 2 "0 One cojiv, oho month -.-t- " Tiwntv Vnta per week delivered bvcarrUwin tin-City Postage iprepaia." WKKKI.Y. One wy, "" year ti Ui One eojiy, M montlis .. 1 CO TO .MIVEKT1SKILS: - V Ourrates Tor adertl6lnz uliall ! as low an lioseorany oilier paper of eo,ual value ai an tlvertislnir medinm. All transient advertisements mast he iaiI for in alliance. Entered in Iht Postofftct at Wichita, at second class vtatler, cud entered to tiaisilion thiowjlt the mails as such I THE SLAVE AUCTION. AStrangoStory'byJiho last of Auctioneers. tho ricntr of Queer Experience Girls from ritorulalc Color to Nearly AVIiitc .Northerner the...

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. — 18 July 1884

(jtaci-'i--5S73 t in t . yi . f- -1 --- 'a; . it';V5J ' ic- , r --jS M. M. MURDOCK & BROTHER, Ptopi.f.on. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS The gtdewalka need repairing In several parU oftheclty. Geo. K. Karris, the great Ice klnj:, bat put a telephone to his office. DUtrict court will convene again atO o'clock. to-day The pay car on the Ft. Scott road will Kladden the hearu.of all employe) in thin city to-day. Arkansas City is taking the preliminary stepi toward organizing as a city of the sec ond class. ""ThTSanta Fepaycar came in yesterday, and the boys celebrated tha event in various ways. Several parties overcome with the heat (inside) were to be seen on the streets yes terday. J. U. Mead says the late rain insures 15, 000 bushels or corn on his farm south of the city. There Is a great deal of sickness In the city at present, mostly ol the dysentery or der. Miss Welle Oxford, quite well known In this city, died on Tuesday last, aud was burled on Wednesday. The front of the G...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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