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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 26 June 1879

7 T.ST 7Vt? n - ik !WKSs'ii?t '' It I. ii .1 ft I n J !f ""QMiiRM. tlaBOTta. , rrr-Arr iKit is fctiMamyioH w,wuai or abtawck. CBEBBT PUDDING 0ai'MonmAr9HmM, oaepiBtof ugar, ftwr eggs, a quart of milk, grt " ed lcmoa risd, a little powdered dana- mon, and jsalt. . JUxtboroBgUy, batter ,.-A would, and spread in a thick layer of the preperatioa, aad thea a layer of H cherries, thea aaothor layer of bread aad obc of cherries, alternately until it is filled. Close tight, aad steam for two hours. Mrketwiwrhavc1eft $61.20. But It may be urged that it costs mach more to raise the graded steer than the Texas. vWeH, let as allow $10 for the cost of the Texas ateer, which deducted from the $30, the act proceeds, aad we have $10. Say the graded steer cost three tapes as much as the Texas, or $30, which dedacted from the $61.20, leaves $31.20 as the net proceeds of the graded agaiast $10 for the Texas. While it costs a little more to raise good cattle, the profit is greater, and there is some pl...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1879

" '' " "-" "Vr av - w-gb3pWiyife.i f - VOLUME Yin. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1879. NUMBER. 3V "v 45 - S T - ,' - ".: 1ltV 3 - Wtiiita jhm-ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmT 'TJ' 3. K-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmuar&. 4dNPKire s'vlsT-ilK,': jl Bii Cits Y . r " ? H. Hi F' X.-H B''B"'? sm'amVlsP :: mis-" i B? ' 'i BR - r ip Wngite 6gk, M. X. MCKDOCK. B. r. MCKDOCS. M. M. MUKDOCK & BROTHER, I'CBLISUEBS AND FnorBIETOSS. tWO DOLLARS PEU YEAR, IX ADVANCE. MAILS. Eastern Mall via A., T. AS. F. railroad, mall and express arrives dally at 10.30 ji. m., aud de parts dally at 3:45 a. m. JVrkan-as City via Winneld, EI I'aso, Littleton, Itashnell and Oxford, arrive dally, except 8un dav, at T . m., depart dally, except bunday, at) a. in. Fort bill, via Fort Reno, Cheyenne Agency, Darlington, Caldwell, Anadarko, Welllnrton, Rome, South Hatrn, Alton, London, Belle 1'laln and Waoi,!arrlvei dally, except Snnday,at9p.m., depart dally, except Sunday, atCa. m. Milan, Haedonla, Sunii...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1879

ipi-iiiPwiS-f? --? kKai cpa Jk M. M. MURDOCK. Editor. WICHITA, KANSAS. JULY 3, 18TO. COXGRESS ADJOURNS. y; If the extra session of Congress falls to adjourn to-day, it will effect that de sirable end by to-morrow, and the country will be most thankful. For po 'Iitical reasons only lor the sake of or- -"lnizlng the Hoiic under democratic pile was the extra session forced upon the country by tbo Democrats. Atfor gaining their end, even at an extra cost 1 to the tax payers, had they passed the appropriation bills and gone home like wise statesmen and honest men, their chances for the next presidency would have been as five to four in their favor, but to the party not even a forlorn hope iu that direction remains. The majori ty got too hot to keep on its lion t-kin and for ninety days the ugly at-s has protruded at every' point. The people became worried, business men disgust ed and statesmen frightened over the developments made, and loyalty every where now comprehends what would have ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1879

rjgp ji tKtKll;&K&msaSqV &XIZ$$ w&&amnnMimt yiwypjumuwgjiWW iieAn-.!,. I.1W.W I iwii.Wi..jiilUWigW8'JWTJ' ft I ifitpt . WICHITA, KAXSAS, JULY 3, 1879. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. The Infant child of W. Hellar died in tbli city Monday. The registration law will cut out three or four hundred votes. Hin Mamie Caldwell entertained about fif ty of her friend Thursday afternoon last. Mlts Kelllc Walter, formerly of this city, Is up from Winfield visiting her sister, Mrs. Col. Taylor. The residents or the Second ward want to know why the vacancy on the school board from that ward Is not filled. Henry Koss, son of the editor of the Mil waukee Hirali, has settled in this county and cays he expects to stay. 311x8 Minnie VanXcss left the city Tuesday morning for Macomb, Illinois, on a visit. Her many friends wish her a pleasant visit and a safe return. The trotting race that was to hate taken place latt Saturday, was postponed on ac count of the heavy track, until to-morrow, Frid...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1879

fc. ,.-,.,. j.. a --.. g,, Mt"T:afM"'11""- .riaagpirtMnmi u""'nliTitrmTwKiiir iwn , rv - v " Vr J T??T5S'"t'x: ; " ' vl Wjjite fajlt. litwtteiteyitMifcwatMwIiltoMMiC CBMKIPTIOW TWO MMX4M IK ADVAXCK. MAKING AHOME EN KANSAS. Wc arrived here on the last of June, two years ago, with a good work team, consistiBg of three animals, two wagons (one light one-horse wagon) and nine in the family to food and clothe the old est fourteen, and very little money. We came to Cloud, as wc hod dear friends here, hardly expecting to find vacant land, but after a few days spent in look ing around, were fortunate in finding 320 acres joining, which was entirely vacant. The first thing, of course was to se cure the land, then procure a breaking plow and begin opening a farm. The second week in July found my husband treading the weary round of a half-mile strip of ground, and not being used to farming, found it very hard work, but stiil kept going, until thirty-seven acres were broken. He then commenced q...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 10 July 1879

- - k v i"r?iBia? HnnHMR j, ,.. - -j -, c fiflL -- ' "- T - w asBfcgTadga . ?;- .':' - i - - . j i --u'T ' , ,n t.,,,-. i...-- . , .- 1 ? .i.- 0ffrt yf- y (ity- . , '& tt, siiiMI sit y . YOLUME Yin. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1879. OTJMBHR15. r'illPfifTSlra col cb i te m ntc.it i - jr fy j; -v m v wj-' BBaw af mm j --bbB " bbV bbB bbbI bbB w bLV - fl --. bH H H 'H H It! r M. V. UL-EUOCK. X. r. MCIICOCK. M. M. MUKDOCK & BUOTHEB, rLBLI8llrC8 AT I'JtOI-ItlETOBS. rwo OLL.vns peu year, is advance. ASTS7IO SATIS JUtI I2TCTO 0 APTUCATBJt. 3IAJI.S. Kaelera Jlail t la A.. T. & S. K. railroad, matt and vi.reMiiirrlft(lllj'nt IOJCji. m., ami le iinrts ilslly nT5:45n. m. Arkanai City via tVlnfleld, Kl Paso, Littleton, Itn-hnell ami Oxford, itrrivi dally, except hun lay, at 7 )i. m., ilriarU dally, except hunday, at 7 a. m. Kort Mil, via Fort Ileno, Cliejeune Agtary, Dnrllnjrlon, Calilnell, Anailarku, Wellington, Home, ShmiUi Haven, Alton, Inilon, Utile i'la...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 10 July 1879

-ss'''??'---;,;?- stf " jd?t-i v-fii- ' .' wy fJ2. la; i" " 'j""-- .lTr c s8. -Ca .fjfV. ." - - -j -iW V !&"" jg-g y iM F ty WkW (fcagk. X. M. MXTKBOCK. Editor" WICniTA, KANSAS, JULY 10, 1879. Secretary Scburz tenirtate8 visit ing the Indian agencies during the ram mer. SENATOK LVGALLS SPEECH. Senator IagslU' speech will be found in fall on the first page. It is a grand, comprehensive ei ort and speaks for it elfin every ringing sentence. It k now reported that meetings are being held in Pawnee, Hodgeman, Ness, Sub, Bafalo and Lane counties to or ganize relief societies, and appeal for aid, owing to failure of crops from con tinned dry weather. It is evident from all reports, that some of the frontier settlers will need assistance this winter, as .the crops are very short two hundred miles west of here. 1NGALLS' RECEPTION. The people of Atchison without re gard to party, tendered Senator Ingalls a magnif cent reception on his return home. Fireworks, an illuminated city, mssic, s...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 10 July 1879

"- VS U' fi3 'j& Si '-ssvisvi Of, BJSS: -5- S. TV,B-&j mKm- K U r' C -T WICHITA, KANSAS, JULY 10, 18T9. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Don't forget to register at the Clerk's office. MIm Mcesia Tajlor Las gone to Iowa to see licr uiotlicr. V. S. Dubois' child has been quite tick for r eral da n. An infant cliild ofK. D. How en died on Mon day, aged nine months. Miss Ancni Lynch is spending the heated term in Illinois among friend. l R. Attorney for the State ol Kansas, llal- lonell. was in the city on Monday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. It. L.Jfeely, a bounc ing young miss, July 4th, at Fcotone. Kev. J. C. Post sajs from a little eminence In Union township he counted 117 wheat stack1.. Treasurer Tuekcr lias gone to Topcka to make hi- annual settlement of the State Treasurer. Charley Mauley returned from his Ohio trip last Saturday. He lift M'. K., wife and baby w ell. 3Ii-s Xcllic Coffin, of Lea enw orth, is iit ingwlthC.AV. Tollman's family, In Ninue wall township. J. K. William, of Anders...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 10 July 1879

'&&GF jsi. rH kss v act? SV$yW 2ft?LV"S - "" - , f -Vv W .-Wfc Zj??t '- JaL.. feitaCajjlL. ST'-- ,IMtWIIWWlilM Ml-. -D .rnox two doixabs ix advaxcz. AN INSECT DESTROYER. The crow destroys more grasshop pers Una say other bird. GOOD LAYERS. A Reading man has thirty-eight hens, white Leghorn aad Dominique mixed, which, he says, have laid 1,000 eggs feince New Year. He afforded them warm shelter during the winter, and fed them thick milk, corn, and occasionally wheat bran mixed with thick milk. TOMATOES. The West Chester Xevu says that in 1823 the first tomatoes were eaten in that town. A gentleman in 1819 brought them from South Carolina and planted them in his yard, where they were look ed upon as a curiosity, and praised for their beauty. Tomatoes wen; then (-idled "love apples." REST SOIL. The best soil for beans is a mellow clay or sandy loam. Prepare the land as for corn, lilted in the nicest manner. Plant ten days or two weeks after plant ing corn. Marrow beam, require o...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 17 July 1879

r3Li0 lis, fyEgfc 2& SanvjR re "A-i3T "st..fe! ."W- -i-?- r-".. SSSrEV.j iBI.i i fegS' -3 r V fejW TVff-KS Tte- " -Oi ' 0. iN T"- -.-. .a" . w- ,7- j- ,. iTTf i..r .sPim wj.-iwu!ri, ? M cvti. bftSp" "u s:-" i-..vjr SkW.' .. .i. l,t.- -VTi. . f U - ,vjj.&.Ws31?'3W-m-:. .-?... rfl volume m WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 879. ? -j yr ' "j , rl,30'C. i UinMIH! A ft' &Z" ' r:- ". C ' r. - .. rvm -l -. W iST&r"w - v-s-,- iZ'&s-&&r -&-r--.r. .jsa, J-" - . - --a ?-" V yca .. " - i -uc tW?U!W t- .J.r.-.,.V- V A. -" !', "-, :iJ :- IF 4-V.-. .-BL JJtKii.''J 3j"'. ' -V ' -ljG, alaHc,s3f&? r - - -w -'- - f,r . J- .J- . Z lfO "-" , i'-JS- V - T . - ,-. J.--'(53'JK.--S w. " mt IP liPB I I II I I x m. m M I I II I 1, 1 l id i lv re f. X. HCBOOCk. . J". ITCBDOCK. M. M. MUKDOCK & BROTHEE, PCBLUIIEKft AND ritOFBlKTOM. tWO DOLLABS PKH YEAK, IX ADVANCE. i&nzttsaa usss xisx tssira ex iwiima. 31 AILS. Eutcrn Mall lit JV., T. S. F. rnllrouil...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 17 July 1879

IT" 7" f't -.,f- ' T -" u' I r ... i " '"IT IJ-L-"TT"1 vjvjjl - -jjipgr-j jatt3jBjaaaLaF'jpniiL-sJ . . v strTBaaMBBBgjm. i 'wwaiw'i' IBIlrJaaTOPT''iffTwliaTT?wff,tBWaaaaTWaWHWWr g"fWHKJWBaWaffllaWaLi -"t"aF,,ll,l",!wPafwsaM -, 3 f I fctolfc X. X. KUKDOCX, Editor. WICHITA, KANSAS, JULY 17, 187. Tea" Davis mvs lie is not a candidate for the United States Senate. Vice-President Wheeler has sent Gov. St. John $100 tor the refugees. The extra session of Congress cost the people one million dollars. But it was more expensive than that to the Democratic party. Governor Jt. John, according to a correspondent of the Inter-Ocean, was indicted in 1854 for takinga colored hoy from a slave State into the State of Illi nois. An order has just hcenissued by the Department at Washington for the re moval of the United States Land Office forthwith from Hays City to Wa Kecney. Great anticipation are being gener ally expressed for the twenty-fifth anni versary of the settlement of the State, to be held...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 17 July 1879

HV?sSRfe?tet?P n.W ITf . .:' . .-"J- " -tw ,ii ", - -.'---' Vfl.. -"-"i. s,.--.... Vi --" nt j - - . w - - 'V-.--" i:iffiPU.'JJi 7j6S?E?-' P. 'nmKO&WSE&? VJfiH8 aTT. , ,j: . wr -J--?r&'5.Tr,' --.--. ?" -l?-- V5-'?WW O t, tws . Kitf .$HwsawW jWfohcfeyaaayiarewyatM aJOiarIVtff'aci!eejftiV3fe Btjk!twgv!iiiia4arthiSi m"i, wm , v, ,? - VTJXmkiWv s tsrfWJJV?ftw3rfSh o2j j. r nVK &A. "W.,. , i li I f. Ik V I I, f$r Gepa Oaglt. WICHITA, KANSAS, JULY 17, 1879. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Kin Davidson, an aunt of Mrs. Hattoa, it in the city vltl ting. Every Indian you meet, squaw, papoose, buck or chief, in chewing gum. O. P. Oliver, of Waterford, Pennsylvania, brother of A. W. Oliver, In in the city. The Cheyenne Indiana arrived in full force yesterday with their teams for supplies. FclcUhclmer't building, corner Douglas Avenue and Market, is going up rapidly. Cholera lLfantam, or a like trouble, exists to a large extent in this city among joung babies. Fcrrcll, in order to furnUh ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 17 July 1879

. V -v X I "-r- --if $,G -t-j5-"fi7 jUjri awe Mffdw wm cr JMigajflaiwwTMWwwiwp .... . . -. , - ii i i I - irT - "I i Ir r-.m.i- i t -r - irr V W X' f j, Ns!?'1 C :?p m v? '-r, v ? - a A -. .-i ., .r jr AtjS, j 464te.- mv --- tr; -jriss- gsrafi -i0t?viiftw " rjitr?,-jrmrgympi, H "-p p f ifskajsaj i, mi J"WsJ' tW rr?7"' 3-r viTf. sanirnn? .jiiCM-u-s-..av-sSrtia.-- ?-gJ -& C. - V "3' m.z Sffitp (&. ImmI Kltartdij ef cl wii fan 6fi: 1: Itflt Isilifcr. UBKKIPTIOX TWO DOLLABS IN aDVAXC. PEOTONK rKU.ETS. To the EiUor of tit Eaglt: Notwithstanding that certain parties took special pains to break up our celebration at the Silas Sackctt grove by going about the country and telling all that there will not be any thing go ing on there on the 4th. Now, Mr. Al itor, permit to offer thanks to those par tics and at the same time 1 would ad vise them in the future to be sure of any assertion they may make that they may not prove to be fasehoods. There was a goodly number present, and there w...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 24 July 1879

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Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 24 July 1879

rtK-T". - -.t -xU-xzf ? Jh - --ir5s. SiKMT ft .' - -,3!ese??,?wr.sr"'wpAi -a 'i I ri- A w .,.--- lT(,t J" ft5s--'. ' ' -- '-. '-. t i C-i 1 . "V . -w 3i I Cjjt eticpa jle. WICHITA, KANSAS. JULY ., 18T9. MAD. The Brigadier Congress proving too much for T. B. Wall's conscience as it has for thouwmds of others throughout the land he boldly and in a dignified manner announced that so far as he was concerned the Democratic party could no longer have his vote or support. The ..circumstance-has proven gall to several MoSbbacks, if not to others. The Dem ocratic paper of the city and couuty pub lishes a communication on the subject, over which Mr. Wall nor the Republican party will lose any sleep. YELLOW FF.VEIt. Tnr. South TmtnATCNia) with Sort- r.ovv and Death. The fact that the terrible scourge which swept over the South last year has again commenced its work of death and deso lation can no longer be disguised. For a week the dispatches have cotaincd re ports of what was said to be spora...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 24 July 1879

KV "W1 V" . '- .vii r'- y 4Hlt Ot-pr SSWWfWW - iwaftwrawepwwgwmrat.iHwiw' BevJ5wsS3s9J?TBi .sws avis- ifi". '"wy 'tnv-zP-Pyr "'ivj-r-ri,- -vSHs - rjcpj -"v t - - - --$ zjjf&sx t v -t i - -- -i.-j- Tsi-- .a fww.ii "- ..! t, - . i i -r it ..- ,c "- .ft'-'- j-iiT".w-'" ' ."-" -ii ... - j i7V. i '-zaiijie - sr . -ari -;' . I K tv 11 l?i B .- . 8&itita &jlt WICHITA, KANSAS, JULY U, 1879. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Dare HyihjroBetoBooB,rhIldephU aad hong Braach. Apple treea In town are again In Mottom effect of the hall atom thli apring. The Sedgwick County Fair coMacnce on the 16th or September and lanta foar day. Mrt. Mclntyre, with her Uttle child, fitter of Jirt. C. A. Walker It In the city vUlUag. The CO. D. Grocery, come oatedlately down, it the latett Mercantile venture In the city. Uncle Johnny Carpenter reports the grain and lumlrer trade of Valley Center quite lively. Mint Linda Carver, of Jackson, Iilinoit, it paying her titter, 3fra. William Woodman, a vidt. Henry Muell...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 24 July 1879

5S5gTS5?SSr?&FB -V- vjs-- '"S5i-s 'V V r H, T i.a i' t IS5 L'i i 4 1? ) J h i . ij JEjvWaJfaffc, eJewxtaw4TBfBwotfr0ahaifrBwaflig. CBaCaUrTIO TWO 8OTXAMI ADVANCE. Ixadon letter to San Fraocijco Chronicle. GENEROUS BUSKIN. How He Gave His Pretty Warp to His Friend Miixais Hih Pi.a tosic Marbiaoe. Between thirty and thirty-five, Hu.s kin met and was delighted with a very pretty and graceful young woman of a social position and nice culture. I should say he had fallen in love with her were he not of do peculiar a physi cal temperament. He admired her suf fldcatly to ask her to be Ids w ife ; and she, appreciating his giflt and bcholar- ship. and Mattered by the preference of so aisuBguiMica a man, accepted his ot fer. He questioned her, it is reported, as to the nature of her afl'ection 5 ex pressed the hope that it was spiritual rather then emotional, mainly platouic in character, as he confessed his own to be. As may be inferred, she answered in the affirmative, and doubtless bel...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 31 July 1879

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Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 31 July 1879

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Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 31 July 1879

"irryuaa i415W&S5 sSt) lri'lf ll iiiinwniawa T"" ? 7W ' -( fSr r .--, "VJ - -C5i"few i 3ft . j. -jC- , 5 j, tsji. u w ;S .-? Us SBnpx & agle. "WJCHITV, 1CAXSAS, JULY SI, 18TH. CI. Y AND COUNTY NEWS. Charley Case U back from Colorado lie arty and well. A pair ol full whole i-tock calf Mn boot." for f .1 at the l'hiladelphia Store. Sec notice In another column of a stock of -oodsfon-alc. A bargain is offered in this (ale. r lnne-.tCo. have added an extension to their biu-ince room, v.lilcli xxill he occupied this iveel:. Cliarlcy Statiky has started 0:1 the down ward road to ruin. He has liouyht a fast horse. The iinert and most select line of tliililrcii and infant's -hoes can only be found, at Phil adelphia Store. The President of the Farmer and Mer chants Itaiifc clsoix here announce- that he has $100,000 to loan. Treasurer Tucker niaken a complete state ment of the flnince-. of the county this week which "ill bo found chew-here. The Philadelphia custom nade shoes lor ladie...

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