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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 6 August 1885

EBI :,:. : BMBaBBBBBtrtllMill ', ' HU HMMWMaMnaMaaHiM "w il?? .X.A. iiili rfc srs-rr. i v ss skat 4ft a 4- MrMt a . . r iimii 'i J 1 'P..'- .X iailiTaniasl In orderto rrcrlTr prompt attention, all busi ness lrtters slionlJ te addressed to " K. P. MURDOCH, Buines Manager. list the Laraetl Circulation of,imy fltilj Pcprr tiiouthicetterit kanutt. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DULY KT aLSlX.. On...,y, one tar... ... - w Onecopj. 61X iuontkB.. ........... 4 W ilur copy, inrce momns Ojp coiry, one month. ....... ...-.... B carrfrr, iwr J.ar "2'2' Bt carrier, three month -' Hi carrier, one mnnlh v --- Twenty cent per week delivered by camera IB the Uiy. Postage prepaid. WKLKLY. Ofie copyt one year..... ....... ...... One copy, t month.......- ..--.. F0B8ALE No.6S3,smallhonse and 2 loll on Church street; east aoJ sootn front. If. F. Jilederlander. FOR SAXE Or trade second-bald haraesi Bon, or Wichita Carriage Works. Side-bar bnarr and J? second-haid harness. Inqnlre oflnnea 4 d6-tf FOB TRADE A lo...

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. — 6 August 1885

MSSPWgg ,' jft AJIK. JS&2ESg3SSSS3ea3&gg5,rEggasaagg3fty liWW I WW I T III i 'II 111 ;.. -n THE WICHITA, DAILY EAGLE; WKHHa. rAMSAS. THOMDAt MOftMNG. ACWtttt, 1866 n ?5L . , Y --. . - - ,' i" 7i?mKMmrma M. M. MURDOCH & SOOTHER. Proprietor. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS The "wanted" column feature of this issue. an important The Sunflower brought in a big train passengers last evening. 8. Lyman, road master of the Frisco, registered at the Manhattan. of The Sunflower Co. are about to begin buildinc a new water tank at the river. Col. D. II. Nithols, master of transporta tion of the 1'ripco, is a guest at the Manhattan. Mr. John Gafleny, general roadm aster of tic Sunflower, came in on the train last evening. There arc no dull days at Xeiderlander'e. A rcferenco to the "for sale" column will explain it. Sheriff J. A.Mellainca, Montazuma, la., is spending a few days in the city, a guest at the Manhattan. A special train went south on the Santa Fc yesterday to bring soldi...

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. — 7 August 1885

" !& ??ras?Ea?s 1 f IJi I WUCTIWU .'.1 ..'.i1: VOs -n V ""S- -.-- r- --' 1l - ,-awggjc v.X- A . - . '--? i: .Ig WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 66. WHOLE NO. 379 xi COUNTVS CREDIT. The tact was mentioned in the common wealth, the other day. that Topeka six per cent bonds, lately issued, could not be sold at their face, and the advice was given to dispose of them to the state school fund. We were also glancing over some figures, yesterday, in the Emporia Kepublican, touching Lyon county's finances. It is probably true that Sedgwick county bonds stand higher than those of any other county in Kansas. A small block of six per cent, ten year, Sedgwick county bonds, put on the market last week, brought 101 J and twenty-five thousand of Wichita school, five per cent bonds, brought 97 cents. We know of no other flvo per cent bonds being issued by any school district in the state. Sedgwick county is practically out of debt and her taxable property is increa...

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. — 7 August 1885

ss "'' -sjrp ri f 1 v JjC TBDK WICHITA liAILY EAGLE: WIGHITASAS. FRIDAY MORMNG. AWW1T 7, 1886. SK?? 3axtgWlflI M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. FRIDAY MOBKING, AUGUST ' TROUBLE AHEAD. Withiu a few months, perhaps weeks, the Democratic administration is going to get this country into finan cial trouble if its officials don't stop dickering and trading in gold with Wall street banker-. Nothing better could be expected ot Boss Manning who holds the Keys to the people's money vault. ISu-incss men are alarmed, but each Mirceeding day num erous transactions between the treas ury and the bank are secretly made. Money was never o plentiful or so cheap in interest to those who have good collaterals. And yet in time of profound peace moneyed men are afraid to invest it in any manufactur ing iuterest. There arc pf-ople who voted for a change in administrations, who have been fondling the beauties ot free trade and reform, who can not understand the "hard time-."' of which they are complaining. They can ...

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. — 7 August 1885

isss-S - -- '3g?J -- . K 7rr rpfUjl.' . Ti- ftr; atHt?$i :tt: - hi 3itilyaif2acilc la o,lert.,rr-rlTeprorait attention, all bnl ne.a letters should adlresael to K. V. MURDUCK, Business Manager. ( i the Lcgett Clrciafin. of any fte'jr Fepil t ovtkmrtem JfaeJaJ. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION DAILT HI HAIL, O --oy. ctlf jrar .- . ... O -ciy, si niontba... O tipy, three aivnlhe........ ... O vy, tfDr mtinlb........ ........... II .-arrler. iff ear . . . .... ........ Ilv carrier, three rjutaths.. ...... .......... ' l. carrier. id niniti... . ............ ?' TenlT tents i-er fck delivere.1 brearrlersta the City. 1'o.tsKe iireald. WEEKLY. 0 .e ropy, one year.. ..... . O ! copy, hia ruuntba.. ...... .... . ... 4 ... SO- . i FOB RFST Sew honse on East Itons la aV enna. X. F. Mederlauil.r FOR REST T.a-re rnrn'.berl room Sn Temple liu'I'llD, "tltiblr fur Vri-!nr room -r li.ht bon.eeri'nx. Imjulre if F.riell, tblrtl door noilUuf P U. !&:. F'Olt KENT Two handromely fnml.hr.1 toot rooru-1 jientleii...

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. — 7 August 1885

THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS. FJUDAY MORNING. ATOCST ?, 1885. i - M. M.MUROOCKfc BROTHER. Proprwtora. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. City op Wichita, Exicettx Department, August 5, 1885. The people of the city of Wichita are desirous of making proper demonstrations of their grief for the distinguished dead, of their admiration and respect for him as soldier, statesman and citizen. It is but fit and proper that we should do so. Therefore, 1, 15. W. Aldrich, mayor of the city of Wichita, do respectfully request that all the business and manufacturing bouses In tho city be closed on Saturday next, August 8tb, between the hours of 12 o'clock noon and 5 p. rn., and that the people at tend the various memorial service;, and join in all suitable demonstrations in memory of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant B. W. ALDKICU. Mayor of the City of Wichita. A new crossing "sras put in yesterday on Douglass avenue opposite Boiler alley. The bond of J. W. Winyard for the bui...

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. — 8 August 1885

.1 - " -.- ' It ? . J --i --e j! r-i-T r ; ST""-" " VOL. III. NO. 67. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST S, 18S5. WHOLE NO. 380 -..ii:. l&gle UKhita I w- INSTITUTE NOTES. Yesterday, as usual, the attendance was good at the opening of the session, shoving an increasing interest in the work from year to year that few can understand that have not attended the Institute. I remember the institute held in Eagle hall by Gen. Frazier when he was state superintendent, and if there is anyone in this institute that was there and can rememember the old dirty hall and the method of instruction, as well as the small number attending, and then com pare that with the present Institute, Eagle hall as it then was with the high school building, the teachers of that year with those of this year, and the small number of us that composed that Institute with the 180 to 200 that compose this Institute, they will be able to see the great advancements that have been made in Institute work in this ...

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 August 1885

r v x a&5g? - s." "-rtt.-. --- THE WICHITA DAILY EAfttfe: VlCfiiA. kAiSAS. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST S, 1885. I. 4 th at . : 'Ci-S -a5 i ?ftihlW!aste It. M. MURDOCK. Editor. SATURDAY ilOBNING, AUGUST 8. NOT AN ANGEL Tint m a rlifpVy piece of. deiua- "gogisnTWEcrein President Cleveland T aired bicTof his private letters through the associate press in which he ret down on a Democrat at Cincinnati for signing a petition for anion whom the petitioner did not really desire to see appointed. Cleveland rises up, away up, higher than the Washington monument in his virtuous indignation. Very cflcctivc and very beautiful, hut wc will wager him the Wichita post oflicc against the poorest place at his dipoal that he Ins done the veiy self same thing a thousand times. Cleve land is no angel and he can't make the American people believe he is. KINGMAN NEWSPAPERS. The Kiugmau leader has been en larged. Kingman boasts of three very finc papers, all weekly. In such week ly papers as the three nam...

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 August 1885

.". JJ.-L B ASJU THE .WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAl SATCPAI MORNING. AUGUST 1,1886. 2pstxlx ry.T ss la orderto rtcs Ire prompt attectlcs, all Lut!-n-s letters should te addressed to K I. MURDOCH, Business Masaftr. e ft- Lctrt Ci'CfCtltm cf cny Doiiy Pom ,n -tditMw-rfffrw Ac.a. TKRMSJFSUSSCRIPTION : OAIL1 Bl MAIL. 0-.Apy. onrynr O Jf copy, six niunilis One copy, tbrrr months -.. Oil copy, one month. ....... ....... limrrirr, ir -ar tti carrier, ttirv months ..tso- .. u ..2 00 .. i lo.w . 2.1i' lit rarrier. one momu ...... ... - Tirenty cent, per week ilellrered by carriers In the City. Fottaga prepaiil. WKKKLT. One copy, one year. ........ ..... One copy, el months. ....... ...... TO ADVEKTISEHS. Our rates for advertising shall be as low as tbnteurany other paler of equal value as an ali-rtlilntc medium All transient advertisements must he paid for n advance. Erjcrtd-in tht I'otlojict at Uuhitc. at jcroruf--;t mollrr , end enlcrtd to trcmitum through tlu mal e, tuth St. L.. Ft...

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 August 1885

a- v ' rMB yr- J- lWPWWsiWI--l LfitlsiL STKCSsouBSKSsaeMrivmKmffKeMeacns jaswaagtawgaasrn T THE WICHITA DAE,? EAGLE: WiCHlTA, KANSAS, tU'MLDAt ORNING. AUGUSTS, 8S& M.M MURDOCH BROTHER. Proprietor. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. Citt or Wichita, Encuroc DxP-UtTMEST, August 5, 1885. The people of the city of "Wichita are desirous of making propsr demonstrations of their grief for the distinguished dead, of their admiration and respect for him as soldier, statesman and citizen. It is hut fit and proper that we should do so. Therefore, I, B. W. Aldrich, mayor of the city of Wichita, do respectfully request that all the business and manufacturing houses in the city be closed on this Saturday, August 8th, between the hours of 12 o'clock noon and 5 p. ra., and that the people at tend the various memorial services, and join in all suitable demonstrations in memory of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. B. W. ALDKICH. Mayor or the City of Wichita. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The committee ...

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 August 1885

-"i.-" ' " ? '1 ? UJ-WWU... ' l'laJlll..WU,M zj.cu.'.. iss Li ' rf v- .-se TiY "J t'T " J'- js. e r -- :v ... WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 9, 18S5. VOL. III. NO. 68. WHOLE NO. 381 tssafsasasasasasasavsasasav 9 .flh oy LOVE'S LABOR ENDS The Great General, Pure Pa triot and Sound Statesman Laid in the Tomb. Grateful Nation Pays Her Last Sad Tribute to Her Noble Ulysses. Loving Hearts and Loyal Hands Mournfully Bear Him to His Sepulcber. While the Wide World With Wonderful Accord Lament His Death and do Homage to His Name. Details of the Grand but Mournful Pa geant Tendered by America as a To ken of Respect to Her Loyal Son, Which in Magnificence of Parade and Numbers Was Worthy a Great Na tion and City to the Great Dead, Full Account of the Memorial Services, Display, Tokens of Grief and Mani festations of Love, Etc. General News of All Kinds Received by Associated Press From Both Hemispheres. The Last Sad Rites. New York, Aug. 8. Chief of Police Murray, at I o'clock this mo...

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 August 1885

vrxp-i Vircij-jv-i '& !$ VS? -i?'3fc-Vi 'ii.'7 Vj V- -t. V"a W "W I rV r-- -f JS, .. I - n Snilg M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. 'SDJTDAY MORNINO, AUGUST9. PUSEV JONES. The Democratic papers of Kansas and Kausas City are hot overhe ap pointment of ex-Republican Pusey Jones as U. S. marshal for Kansas. Oh, but things are unusually hot! All the Democratic factions of Kansas are denying that they had any hand in it. The Kansas City Times publishes his penitentiary record in full, and com ments as follows: 'The history of Col. W. C. Jones' management of the Kansas peniten tiary is ample proof that he is not the man he was represented to be to President CleTcland. An officer that would permit a notorious debaucbe to occupy a place affording him opportu nity tor robbery is not fit for a place under the Democratic administration. Public office is a public trust, and we are sure that President Cleveland would not knowingly take into the government employ a man who has shown an utter disregard lo...

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 August 1885

;te, i- . ,ti-. 'JU-i1 ,e""rr THE WMilTA DAILY' JBAOLE- WICHITA. Oh.VwV Stf&DAT HiJfoNJLim AttmT, lift. irirnTVi I i i i i ii . iaihfW'gagli; Ta o.-rtfrJ-ri' prompt attention, all bnsj n.i"ltlrTi sbol-l adirwtcsl to K P. MURDOCH. Butipm Hmt--. c Mi Laifrit r.r.afclws! eTais" DaiJj rfr TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION DILT KT MAIL. Nttv nr"Tar... .- -' Q . coy. all njonlns. ...... ...-.-- copy, thrrr niualbs O ir t'T. our inoulU. ....... .....- ! ..mr- r Vpar . .. .. ..... Its--mrr, thr months j" T '&'" I wa d.lH-n-dbT carriers In thrt.ll J. IMUK i.rrpia. !" S 00 ... TS $10.(P On WW. VEfcKLT. onf yrar. ...... si months...... i F'.K Kl"T Nx Imnu.in East tv-i!i - , fOR TRAUK A lwfl'ft of eta7FrtpTt7 tan. . T Mdlandrr ' r for Srfsrsrlci itt land. IjikoK'w rara rcai&s c.iiua una r. . lf(IntaCT. TO TRADE I or sobnrbaa eropatty. nrsi clafsresldrnee. fine aronads andlii'l flrst- ela-s locali:y . a M'rsral baaln lVr a few df ,ty l(iiu Lnu Loan Company !6!-tf T?OK KENT rrrnl.hed rooms r bats...

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. — 9 August 1885

'i8sSr IWJHB. AA'JWIJ J' !. 'J H THE WlCHiTA- iiAILl' KAGL&i WlCOTtA. KAN&AS, StjtfiU? tiORNUG. AUGUST , 1886. !' ac M aSSa a. aMa aa aa1 M. M. MURDOCH at BROTHER, Piopr'wlara. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS IN MEMORIAM. E. J. Pyle, of God3ard, took in the funer al yesterday. Mr.Lewellcn.tlie Goddard livery man, was in town yesterday. Win. Crughton was arrested Friday even ing "for selling intoicantf. His trial was set for Monday. Miw Annie Kaufman, the sales lady of Larimer & Stinson's big dry goods store, is visitjnj; at Independence, Kas. There was considerable grain in tho mar ket yesterday and a horde of buyers mounted each wagon as it came on the street. Special meeting of the "Woman's Relief Corps, So. 40, at headquarters on Market street on Monday cTening at 8 o'clock. The Union memorial services at tho new Methodist church this evening will be at tended by as many as the church will hold. Thevcw York store has put up on the corner of Main and Douglas avenue a ...

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 August 1885

rgvgfjnsif b s.r i 'J-sWEsRrwSBBBi'iiJiMMBiBilHBISS BBBa.v II II I II I II I II I I I I II II II I PI .1 a IIIM I I II I BaafcMM fci I ! I I I H II 1 ill" I II II III II. M 1. I I MMiaMlMWWIIIIM aa-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai l-f .-VXirv'-V ,ijj .!, fcV,, .,-. . - - . , . . . - a VOL. NO. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1SS5. WHOLE NO. 382 III. THE NORTH AND SOUTH. A Two Fold Value The Kinui City Tol Gate Must be Avoided. Touching matters of busincss.,experience what istrue of to-day is quite likely to bo un true of to-morrow. The methods of yester day are found to be too conservative for the demands of to-dav. Progress and growth cannot te guided or restrained by any rule of past experience. It used to be said, by railroad men, that no trunk line or system of north and south roads in the United States would pay. Jn some tensa that was true and it was true because of the rapid devel opment of the west whose only outlet and source of supplies wu the cast. Bu...

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 August 1885

-& rCStflsSSSS ZZBbCiZ'JJJLr-' TJ3e'iLi IHBIII Mill ME WICHITA DAILY iBJ&IJti WlCBTA. AiJSAS, TEUSDAY MOSNIN& AUGUST II, U "-fe ilsMS1 U. It. MURDOCK, Editor. TUESDAY MORNING .AUGUST II- THE TERRITORY. The understanding is thai every cat tleman and every other individual v)iois occupying lands in the Indian Territory, who is not a bona fide resi dent there under the law mmt go out. The recent order of the president, however, applies particularly to tffe having stock on the Cheycnuo and Arapaboo reservations. The attorney general, in his decision, contemplates a clean au-ecp of all attlemcn from the territory, and Secretary Lamar and the latter will urge it upon the executive to pueh things to that end. which, of course, will necessitate fur ther orders. Attorney Pollard, of St. Louie, representing Hunter & Evans, says that they will go with their cattle Into the Cherokee country, or some where eUc, and that before the end the matter will be taken into the courts. By ...

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 August 1885

:S?SR5 t-'W 'LAM!tJ ' J"Wi-iUL5g;'g-agie.anwww tjj'- r v; -ij r-JJSi T MTy - - -rr " srxji ,"t'-" !j i " i ."k ff M ' f'-a-i, ? - . ? " - ael THE WICHITA MILT lGLE:: WICHITA, AAS-'tOteDAY MORNING. AUGUST. H, 1885. gaiigaKgagU In fie: In or.lcr to rrcrlt prompt attention, all busi es letters should lie etlarrssed lo R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. u the Lcrgeit Circulation of any Deify Paper I TERMS OFrSUBSCRJPTlON DtlLT BY HAIL. t)nspyt one year.-.-.-.. Iliiecoity, st rownUe.. . One copy, three months.... One cojy, one rnuath....... Kycarnrr, per'jear....... Uy carrier, three months.. ity carrier, one xuonui 8 00 4 00 too ....... TO MM .... 2J0 80 ftf firnrr, line woiiuua. . .......-.. j Twenty cent per week deUvfted by carriers la tne uty. arosiaice itirpaiu. WEtKLT. One copy, one year Onecoity. six ruontha. ......... KOI 100 TO AHVERTISEUS: Oor rates for advertlsiiiR shall bo as low ma thirae of any other a er ol equal Talne as an aiirrlisinjr medium All transient aJTertlsemenU m...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 August 1885

B r " ? 'itfrQBBHBMMlBBK r"-"filMasifiiHlilllllllllllliilllHS5""Se'IBBs!illlll Qm ;'-- if" prs -A- i4? - i EAfijLEi WtckrEA. iU&SASi- TUESDA ildtolNG. AUGUST ii 1885. THE WICHITA DAD ' - 'tmU' I CITY COUNCIL. SiiilyWgagte; M. M. MURDOCH Ic BROTHER. Proprietor.. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. The following an the xesl estate teansf en recorded in the oflce of the register of deeds yetterdsx: Alden Spear to 0. "W. Brainie. lots 1 2, bile 7, Cheney. $ 90 Alden Spesx to W. W. Usys, third in terest, lot S-4. Mk 15, Cheney 33 Garden Plain Town company to AVm. H. Taylor, Jr., lot 9, hlk 5, Garden PUm...........!! . 40 Garden Plain Town company to Wm. H. Taylor, lot 11, blk 9; lot IS, blk C, Garden Plain 90 Garden Plain Town company to W. H. Taylor and J. W. Pike, lot 1, blk 3, Garden Plain. 195 Garden Plain Town company to AY. H. Taylor, lot 2, blk 3, Garden Plain 100 Garden Plain Towh company to W. H. Tavtar, lot 15, blk 6, and lot 9, blk 12 W) Garden Plain To...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1885

r&wWW? liiJWUWWIWWl -- ;r - - .- -- -- tf ' rmi- , Twrtr-m "-"' -gJl Ai "IHOrWiC WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 18S5. VOL. HI. NO. A,iAaaW A n .3g yvr awj ate. f ITl 70. PROFESSIONAL DIRF.CTORT. AqjEYS:AT-LA '. J. M. Balderatoa, ATTOHsrrAT law, Wlcnlta. Sedgwick county Kan-a Office In Centennial Block. 183-tf Jno. 0. Davit, Attorney at Law. Office over Wichita National Bank. dSfcAws-Sm. I. M. Humphrey. Attoriioi at i an-. Citizen Bank KuiMing Wichita, Kau. J. C, Hilton, Attorney at Law. Ofiw over Boulte lurnilare store. Eagle Block, Wichita. 1U Mania fc Jewett, Attorays-t-Law. omee Temple Block. Joseph Keenly, Attorney-at-law. Offloeon Douglas avenue. uTer Lynch 'a dry goods atore. 130-tf. Edward O'Bryan, Attorney at U and General Collection At torney. Office with Jno. R. I'araona, over Kanaa National Bank. Janes F. Major, Attorney at I-aw. Will practice 1b all Kanaaa eonrta. Collectlona a specialty, Clearwater. Kansas. Hattoa ft. Rallies, Attorney! at Law. Eagle...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1885

-gx - "S: J-T'iAV" iy ES JU ti LUJl9.mULMJJJ&.imiWMM ii i-jaiinpi 3553S3SSn55?3C: TSSSSS3S9S . j - i THE WICHTTi 6AILY EAGLfi; mCHSrLMSSS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 1885. -" --- "' -'-3SSerfSK5 "Vr vi mxixyt -4LtlLt. J- M. M. MUROOCK, Editor. AVKDXESD AY MORMNG, AUGUST l. That was a cheap job of calsotninitig executed bv the civil service commis sion in the Aquilla Joucs ca'c. Xo Democrat cin do utoiij: iu the estima tion of the cx-slicriff of ISiillalo. The tlevil's reign in -hcol draws to a cJoe. The great hypocrite of the centiiricf, (leorjr? iVillfam Curtis has elected himself for the o-itiou of first head of the infernal rt'gions as soon as he gets through stultifying and Iving on thi- earth. The mugwumps arc wearing by the administration and the old time Dem ocrats bwcaring at it, while every lion-c-t Republican js prayiug that the fiuntry may be saved until the peo ple gel si chance to remove the hungry crowd front power. A BlfJ VERDICT. A man by the name of Cone, who...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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