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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 January 1884

VOLUME SH. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1884. NUMBER 43. 4 I u HtWlagt H It. UUIUIOCK. B. P. MLUCOCIC. M. M. JIUKDOCK & UROTIlEIt. 1'rauiuiB! axo 1'cornirrocs. TWO UOLLAllS l'KU YEAU IX ADVANCE. ilAlLS. Mall i la. A.T.iS F. rallroa3, fromTh north, arrlcsatb Jja. m., departs at 8. l(tj from ihe oath, arrlvrsats (0 ). n. , departs at 5.15. Uxprrss mall arrives at 10 p. m Mall via St. Louis & s-an Francisco railroad, arrives at 0:40 p. m and departs at 8 Ma. in. Mall Ala M L ,11 S.A W. II It. arrives at.:3p,m.: dciiartnate.SCa m. IIrpr, Uunnlmede, I.vy, Milton and liuby. ttwupD"r nim aturuay at sii.lu ; departs Monday ac) lliunulav at b a m. Kingman, Waterloo Marshall and Afton, arrives runway, lliursday anil Saturday at oi up.m.i oeiuiru Monday, W rdnrsday anil Friday at ( a. in Castlcton, St. Marks and Gerruanla, arrives Monday, vv ednesday and Frldny at 1J in ; d- parts aatue oars at 1 r Douglas, lloes lllil and lowavllle, arrives Tuesday, Thursday...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 January 1884

w ffTWSgSBB rt.'S-arjL" s? .1? V :5JSSS$ES5IS?S? sat.' W:' .' ''-eft tea ?fif&igjrl"4frHPyi J3J?fe'-KS'J && Fvj-xyrr1 ?sr sb SSM rg &&: &teSiF ssi86 $353 assaesassfe gfljtgKggiiiagg fe: .' . if "!'. v - v. it ft re- n- .3. n & i? Jr- i'flt - 1 S ' SPS- 3?Tlast M.M.NURDOCK.Edltor. f-agpf'., WlClllTA, KANSAS, JAN. 17, 1884. THE EAGLE'S CANDIDATE GEN. SHER MAN. Quietly l)Ut distinctively tbo Eaglk'8 candidate for president is coming to the front. Ills superior qualifications, his un doubted nalriotUm and tbo security with which he holds the affections of tho battle stained heroes who saved the country twenty years ago, arc becoming more wide ly recognized every hour. The very reasons and arguments put forth by us why lie should be the Itcpubll can nandldale are now being used by lead ing men of the country. General Strclght, who came near to bci-jg the Ilcpubllcan candidate for governor of Indiana In 18S0. is enthusiastic for General Sherman's nom ination fo...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 January 1884

i,. f) i '' i i i iU -wi . z 1 . . ' . . : $fcWi3t TEBSOXAL AXD LOCAL ITEMS OF NKWS. wichita, Kansas, jan. 17, issi. There arc some fino blooded stock to be told at the York tale. Bead In another column the advertise ment of the York talo of cattle. Finlay Itos of the great furniture Kmpo rlum, has a brother visiting him. The Wichita XatlonaUhowa up this week Id a satisfactory statement of Us affairs. Gov. Sharp has been spending a week in the city looking alter business matters. Mark Oliver and Mr. Kirkham, c f Fargo, have been in the city visiting scTcial days. superintendent Miller, or "-a Sunllovvcr road, spent a couple of days in the city last wceic. "Maxims for Farmers' Hoys," written by a farmer of this county will appear in our next edition. rin Feathers, in his Eagle-Downlsit week endorsed the soundness of our prediction touching tho values of real estate in this county, made years ago. We will furnish him a more striking Instanco: Mr. n. W. Lawrence told his thirty acres 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. — 17 January 1884

ISflt'." && V ,' 'Z-4 F. t X i v. v iEr" w IS 11 wam IV l?a"""""f , acBscsirrio.v ttto dollars in adyahck. Iml Titular net Tirtftoa CS txXtclsSiSilig. HEAVES IN HORSES. "Heaves" is the well known common name for a very prevalent discaso of the respiratory organs of the horse. Althongh it Ss so common, its nature and character arc but little understood. One prominent fact in'regard to it is a key to its origin and its nature; this is that it prevails only whero clover hay is used, and is unknown where clover hay is not in use. It is called "broken wiud" in England, and is there quite as frequent as it is in East ern America. On the plains it is un known excepting as it may be found in horses brought from the East and already affected by it. But then the i:hangc of food soon relieves the ani mal, which then EtifTci-s from Ihccffljets of the disorder very little, and then only when. hard dri en. The cause of it U suppsf ed to be wholly mechanical at first; but this common impre...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 January 1884

! JIU IIIIPLUUU ,'W VOLUME xn. WJ.UM1TA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, "KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1884. NUMBER 44; , e MBtoHHrHftriii iin.HiMMMi.. " " - i-t-v-x.- 9aVaVHHJiJHV'M 7 M.BHaflPfli " A ' " " T --1 i if jut? rrT n- jttt( -vttt " " ' T . . - - Bv .f tf r, J, ft vie If ves h PS ,i, mssssms. fK sa'ttiji - mmm $fcri33i I. St. VCBDOCK. K. r. XrtmtOCK, M. M. MURDOCH & 11R0TIIKR. rcnutncca ajcd I'KorBirroM. TWO DOLLAUS TEK YJKAK IX ADVASCK. xtTTinara sins iuxe sk:ts ea AnrJCArnca. .MAILS. Mail vl. A..T.4S F. railroad, from the north, arrival ste a. m., departs at 8:i; from the sooth. arrlvest:40 . n. , departs at 5:1.1. Kxprrss laalt arrives, at 10 n. m Mail via. St. luls A San Francisco railroad, arrives at 0.10 p m. and depart at 8:30 a. m. Wall via st L , it 8. A, Y. It. K. arrives t?:33p. m.; departs at 8:54 m. Harper. Kunnlmrde, Levy, Milton and Ruby, arrives WMluewlay and festuraav at 4n.u j depart Monday and Thurwlay at i a m. Kingman, Waterloo Marshall and .Arton, arrives Tues...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 January 1884

-, 7 i ( E ?'t v&m j .v- "" " " ' .Zil It Im. ' TtWTa. -... the apprratlon or a million doWars tor X Jwr . SAM.Uiii.0 ! LI I XI XI sH I I f AT P Wv ' ' - T 1 U r ffi? " W.iUBOCK.EUr. g. ffff g--"''"V. fe7etutrt wdthride'oftt'rMl wt OPTICIAN! - . '- c , ' 1 P 'WICHITA. KAKSAg,jAy.2f18M. iW members of the board were present : j. "Lle,oMIa''to'TupCOthe ' ' ' . - ll l n11!!. ffia ag!ggrt op quincy, Illinois, REAL ESTATE, FARM LOANS, " " J J IvL A Toun- utt, tullayer of Dukes the KoblntoJ Geore W, Martin, John A. Mar- The New York Timet, though a frectnule 17 7 J v , "T l S Pi.nM.1r.Hl. l.i.J . ... - MWx.uuui.m. . IU WUHIIU- 1IMUIUIWII WIG Ml IKi wn ll.uui. la .)nm. nr Mi-M.nl t Ih. 11N OU IA flli U. P SO WILL EVERYBODY BE. TheTUawatba WcrliU for General Te umtch Sherman for president Eldorado IitpMian, bo Is the Wichita Eagle, and aluo the dally CjpiUl. Capital. Sovrll!cerjl)ody be From Atlanta to the sea. A TERRIBLE TALE. The City or Columbus, aXcwKngUnd coat tteanicr, nentdonn las...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 January 1884

1 Hi mv V l V 1 I , r.ri .1. ir 1. B. I'errcll is spending tbo week at Council Grove with old Melius. Mr. Hamilton, or the WtUinatonian, was In the city yesterday, on business. John Extern lias established a coal, grain ana lumber business at Uardcn rlalnes. Prof. Samuels, tlio optician, is In Uio city and thoso who wear glasses will do well to read what he says. The liurns celebration at the Occidental to-morrow night will be a brilliant affair a feast of reason and a Dow of soul. The city council still hold on to the mis erable old (ticking blinkers, aud gas mains running along every business atrecL Norman Si. Soutltwlck has been appoint ed postmaster at Garden l'laitis, and lllcu don has been changed down to Goddard. Miss Jackson would like all tlioso wish ing to join a class to call at once at her rooms, as. Mic wants to commence work immediately. A Marino clock, fromJhe cfctahlUbmcnt or Wm. Kassrll, has been placed in each of the cars of the street car line ana closer connectio...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 January 1884

6- Six Per cent Interest. -6 'FRISCO LINE." ifv 1 i 1 1 k a& I1 ,:- - I BIK'-. ' Jrl 1 BCBscRirrioN two doixaks is advakck. lHtloBHtrly:iTtltr:5CEciItIti!tI!tIlliis, MAXIMS FOR FARMERS' BOYS. H. F. FRIEND & CO., Real Estate, Land Scrip & Loan Office! To bo useful, bo industrious ; to be respected, bo willing to do your duty in all things ; to be loved, lore others: to be neb, bo frugal; savo pennies aud dimes will follow. If vou cannot make a pot out of a small board, you can make a pot lid; everything is worth saving, for everything is useful for something. Perseverance built a house, and all difficulties arc overcome by diligcuco aud assiduity. Your busi ness will bo attended to if you attend to it yourself; if yon trust to your neighbor to watch your pot tho fat will bo in the fire. T)o not look for wealth without labor. Do not look for courtesy from those who never see it ill you ; good manners save money, aud good conduct, and not good looks, wins friends. If you ra...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 31 January 1884

VOLUME XII. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1884. NUMBER 45. 1 K J 1 1 ( WS . e IP I f. S T&aie X. X. KCEDOCK. n. r. HUHCOCX M. M. MURDOCIC & BROTHER. Fchluucks axd rnoruiErous TWO J)OI.LAIC FKttYKAUIN ADVAXCL. iimnass un: viti eksto ca Arra:in:a. 11AIIJ5. Mill via. A.,T. IS F. railroad, from the north, arrive at 8.33 a. in., departs at 8:10; from lie sooth, arrives als-40 p. ru , departs at 5:4 Kxprrss malt arrives at 10 p. m. Mall via St. Louis &an Francisco railroad, arrives att:40 p. m and departs at 8-50 a. m. Wall via St. L . 1 1 S. A VV. K, it. arrives Bt7:33p.rn.:drpartsat8.3Sa m. llarjwr, Itunnlmede, levy, Mlltou and lluby, arrives Wednesday and atunlay at 4p.m ; ueitaru jinuuay anu i nursiay at a a m Kingman, Waterloo Marshall and Alton, arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at at 6 p. ru.; departs Monday, V ednesday and Friday at 6 a m. Castleton. St. M&rksand Gennanla, arrltes MonIay, Wednesday and Friday at lint.; de parts same d...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 31 January 1884

m "W'Wijii n.ri jb ii I, i ihm in" i mhiiii ,1 n ii mi p iiiniii'ii n ,i in pr nun ii ipi , iiJM aBMtaasgwEJfeaiiL SefiSriailKPsSP ky srcsrSffidKasJSi lV-sSS .J5-.1! c.-jrr- iwtM:.'V? r n..-- J-" y ir?1 "-"- "-?)? j- I.tl i I" t. 1(5?" I ."" Ijr 5 'W o k I.VlL-" ' U SSP t '. lJs st-K Btf- P: fVLUsssMF-yCSJl- --t P mm:, S&'S? mmr tl-i'Z :)&& S W.MURPOCK.EilHor. WICHITA, KANSAS, JAN. 31, 1884. 1NGALLSUTTER. The Lincoln Journal remark concerning tfeeloirails-Uttcr John Brown controversy, her the Pottawatomie creek executions "there ws no more talk about non-resist ance and no Free State man had to leave Kansai from that day lr he had any pluck in him." The Eagi.i: will print In full, ntxt week, the masterly answer of Ingalls to the ca lumniator of freedom's hero. Tuo answer appeared In tho current If ue of the Xertk American Hnitic and is a historical produc tion which will live when John IJrown'a defarocn all shall haro been forgotten COL. ANTHONY ASSAULTED. When the histo...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 31 January 1884

V aav Hf&mi i WQlt rEBSON ALAND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS, TFICHITA, KANSAS, JAN. 31, 1884. tft jfc m Read special Id another column of power w mutant lor sale. Mr. Cb. Ma-slll. of Kinsman. ,. Monday to thU city in the transaction of ousincst. TU Walton, editor of the Caldwell Jour. nl, called on tbo Eagle a Tew day since. - Ho waa up atteuding tho York tale or cat tle. Onr wonderful twilight have atlasl been satisfactorily figured out at the result or a contact between thcatmo'plicrool the earth and the comet' tail. Ex-Shcrlff Watt took possession or bis new home. In the northern suburbs or the .city, Tuesday, and Sheriff Fisher moved into the Jail building. Mr. L. B. Fcrrill returned from St. Louis Monday. The contractors have already commenced operations on his new block or buildings opposite the potofficc. Those interested in line Block will do well to remember that J. 0. Uvde will sell his herd on March 1st; also some fine hogs, nou a icw articles or arm machinery. Mr. I". Salizg...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 31 January 1884

6- Six Per cent Interest. -6 "FRISCO LINE." a n es-Wi, H. F. FRIEND & CO., v Real Estate, Land Scrip & Loan Office! scsuftiok two notXABs in advance. According to onr usual custom at this season of the year we hare Marked Everything Way Down! Down! Down! Saint Louis and San Francisco ;tiaipttoTMatTMttnaCetUSnUBtntet, THE C8RN OF KANSAS. THE VALLEY LAND & LOAN CO. &WtWtflU J. I !l IV n iSKf ; jsmt. BT XUJU! r, AU.CKTOX. SmUUujana beautlfd, hwen'adome Bends softly over onr prairie horns j Bat the. wide, wide lands that stretched away Before my eyes In the days of May, " rolling prairie's billowy swell, Breezy upland and timbered dell, Stately mansion nd hnt forlorn. All are hidden by row of com. All Qt Hide world It narrowed down To -walls of corn , cow sear and brown . What do they hold these walla of com, Whoae banners tosj In the breeze or morn Ee who questions may soon behold, A great State's wraith these walla enfold. No sentinel guards these walla ofcnru, Xerer I...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 February 1884

''&.,- r-- wort-r -sar-ws? ep-e, 5T5! ,. , - ijdrtfAEMfVi ;r'ffr-- .- s- MCRi4rtfr . -.v. -.-w,-sW.. . -WU ?. Mu-tfw i .. 1 rx .'L VOLTJME XLX WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1884. NTJMBER& ' "St B IMF 1".T. T g - -C. siFrt3rg:. JmjmjmjmjmjJ , , wl -" ' --.? - ml '7'-"":"Tyt"j",f "fr" !rT.""jTn3SrjSS:r, Wchita IIBMp'ii HjaUftMMMa?9MMtBM9MMtz8MKMA. Jfmr , x tv :.-, a w iW CX i ? I 'r .If mN. dilb.ri' lit WW k. w. ucrdock. a. r. hurcock. L M. MURDOCH" & BR0TI1ER. Pciiutnias and rnormrrOM. TWO DOLLAKS TEU TEAR IS ADVANCE. AimixsKS us: Jtm ckvh cj APraunar. MAILS. Mill tU. A..T.4S F.ratlroad, rromthe north, arrives at 8:23 a m., departs at 8:44; from the south, arrives at 5:40 p m., departs at 5:13. Ki press mall arrives at 10 p. in Mall via St. Louis & San Francisco railroad, arrives ate:IO p. m. and departs at 8'SO a. m. Mall via St I. , It S A W. It. It. arrives 817:33). m.t Oiwrtsat 8:3C. m. Harper, Unnnlmede, 1-cry, Milton and Uuby, arrives W...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 February 1884

i-- '"vvff r sss.-?"1- '-"" '"'' tWiSK ii-r,. '-.-".! ijct' r .. 5f. "5"'? rtgnraraBsagi tewSfflse3SKSS - --21 ?Wm3 sessissKsS: I .. m ,, a . ea,M:r " r ixi r v v- -i ' "X '," Wgnyag i u. iii iwi MMiSeWst!!KMtt v iwa!s tfg-jgyjiWW"W'i'.'raiaacw-H fr ' K , WwS'i r? i.; if ill I I $ft agHast M.H.KUROOCK.Edltor. AYICUITA, KANSAS, FEB. 7, 1884. WILLIAM TECUMSEH. The Republican State Central Committee mecta in Topeka to-day, Wednesday, to prepare a call for a State concntion to name delegates to the National contention to nominate a president, wben "From Atlanta to the tea," The people of tula country, Thla land or the noblo-frce, Will alt unanimously be For old 'William Tccutnseh. THE FREIGHT AND TARIFF QUESTION. After a rc-ueariujf, the Kansas Hoard of uailway Commissioners, not only affirm the original schedulo of rates fixed by tbcm for the Santa Fe, but define ci en shorter hauls at lower rates. What the result will be is hard to foretell. Vice-President Tousalin, In a letter, expre...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 February 1884

'ML " S:-r . Sftfe?stfaaflpMai2rwia V K2k r-' r-f -x yytiijf! W,, 1 : " Coyoayt. "" Vts Mf -- - .1 - Cn' y"i- . " - -x : " -i-rn?-- .tr 'f - ij.ii, m-fl ., -.ft 7 - TJW-VM -y V r i 1 H w I' Wtmsu PEBSQXALAND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, FEB. 7, 1884. Owing to an oversight on tbc part of our piper manufacturers who failed to ship the Handing monthly order on lime, the Kaole wiu uo ueiayea ibis week. As no other paper In the Hate uses as large a sheet, wo arc compelled to wait for a shipment made from St. Louis on the 2nd, and before our telegram to express had reached them. We hope to get out by Thursday noon. Capt. Murray Myers Is off for Wenona, Illinois, to tec his boy who is there colne to school. lie vv ill be absent three or four weeks. The delightful weather of bright sunshine and soft breezes, which had prevailed since the severe storm of the holidays, suddenly came to a close last Sunday night in a storm or thunder and lightning and a heay rain rail. In a ride about...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 February 1884

vsfe'! TM 4&s&aehu0, UkJm V l'i!SwjF33,l gSSSFf-' "wi(Sri f.' .up, mi ii w'yir iffiiU'i"" n jnijcw... iS WMsr tv"" i 2itnf-amtMnmm t.tfaS6 IJ,inriT1lTfn'ii)fTIJliniiB-MJ) Jrnjuntiunwuuii y -Mi r M-J'JM-l-' EMWw JJi w iS-, mr-i; fcaw-t-wi- N. E. OSBDBK. H. F. FBIEKD, ' J. T. FABKCH. $fcWl3t 6- Six Per cent Interest. -6 J i 11 M SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS IN ADVANCE. Iiml Ttifidt7 wa Tutftca CSeit&Xi(ltSt2Ut;. Next to Australia, wc are now pro ducing more clollihig wool tbau any other country on tho globe. In 1876 our product was 115,000.000 pounds. whilo last year it was not far short of 350,000,000 pounds. In the dooryard of Dclos llotchkiss, nt Cheshire, Connecticut, stands an apple tree, which is supposed to be the oldest, largest and most fruitful in New Eugl.ind. It is the last survivor of tho orchard which was planted by the first settlers of that neighborhood, and popular belief fixes its age at 180 years. Tho tree is sixty feet high, and tho tips of its outmost bran...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 February 1884

mmsm VWi&i. ""-j TW "V . YS ,- -vVxsa . --WV3 U tort, ' VOLUME in WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1884. NUMBER 47. 3 M. rik w '-c:v . ia lawk V I - V . M I , y a1 IV J' gagt M. If. MCJID0CK. n. r. MCBDOCE. M. M. MTJRDOCK & BROTHER. l'COLUIIIKA XKD PUOrKIETOBS. TWO DOLLAUS TKU YEAR IN ADVANCE. iSTXsiisnra tins iu;z :- cs mKia. ATTORNEYS. HATTOX, UUGGLES A PARSONS, ATTOE.trr-AT-Lw, Wichita, Kansas. 4J- H. A. GEESKXA, ArrpttSKY-iT-LiW, Wichita, Kansas. Office ovsr Kansas btat liank, corDerof Main street and Douglas avenue. All business will receive prompt attention. 12-20- J. V. HOUSTON, ATTomcir-AT-LAW. Oflice over Kansas Na lonal ) nlc. SJ-tf- staxleyawai, Arromnvs at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Ofllce ever lUesantz A llntler. aj. HAHIUS, 1U.K1US &F1KKBAUGU. i "SiT" AT Law Wichita. Kansas Office nine balldlDRoccupleabv the U. h. Laud Office Loans negotiated ou Improved lauds In Sedc- .... ....:. wiuun, JJ. DALE S. DALE, vAlJ.r-VKr.JlT I'AW.WIchlU.Kansas...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 February 1884

";-r, 'SBff tZ--3prlZmZ wiwiji ids 6 J&S -f W , y7 i(wywf. iij . .i.MirfrttTWIweilftlfM.,.-. .5agBgwg.agBg ,'lgjiwn u ' ii nin i i iii i JiijjlIWi 2 i,u.i.ii,. ---Wf M jjjyippJSwSBCajiaHaS ' -- - '-sl FA s?iss ' 3a w S) B u h i! II M.M. MURDOCH, Editor. WICHITA, KANSAS, FEB. 14, 1884. . FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. Dr. E. B. Allen, o! Wichita, well known In Tppeka, is on a visit here. He was a member or the Legislature In 1873, and in 1882. He is being talked of a good deal as a candidate on the Republican ticket for Secretary of State. CmmmuttalU. The eminent fitness of Dr.E. B. Allen for the position with which the. Commonwealth bai connected his came, has often been can vassed among his rrienda in this section of the State, who, we may observe are unani mously for him, as we believe would be the Southwest "generally. As to Sedgwick county, no man could command a more hearty, sincere ormore unanimous endorse ment, than Dr. Allen lor whatever be might in a political way ask. In ever...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 February 1884

Hi.l,TJ"iiL i.2L.Ek&. ww BHBaOHKXHKXSEXSRS:"" ""eas; HHBilm'nPiiiffTtmiiWun 3 V . t r V V ,1 3 4 I? A' r fit WW PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, FEB. H, 1884. Balrd's minstrel troupe will appear at the opera house this evening. A. IV. Oliver ii confined to bis room at the Occidental with rheumatism. Quite a large party onVcllingtonlans arc coming up Friday evening to Fay Temple- ion. The TV. C. T. U. lunch room la ODen atall hour for the hungry, with a good hill of re encap. The Eagle wa honored with a call from George M. Fliclc, editor of the Kinsley Mtr. cwy, on Monday lait. The rtorm ol the last two days has been more icrerc on unsheltered llvc-stocl. than any storm of the winter. T.M. Curtis, of Kane, Illinois, called Monday. He has brought his iamily and will make this city his home. Fay Templcton's opera troupe will ap pear in an English opera In this city to morrow evening, Friday, February 15. R. B. Hill, of Vcrdln, Illinois, called a lew days since. He...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 February 1884

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