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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 February 1884

MfC jA t .P. A P-YEAR DROP!' 7:Wf II ' I I' W 'i - 1 i Ccv.r5ce'ris ' "- -' 'rJ '"" -rifirrfsss,s? Ft'''"-'4!' " -? sU Wij&g&Sfcg&tto't fr?- wt-gse ji-n-i - , v - K - -SW V -U- ,V- iV:S-rt v - -VWArfj; -, VTfetrt,Vjr5 ..ays-, -s volume xn WICHITA, SBD&WICK: COUNTY, KANSAS, THUESDAT, FEBRTJABT 21, 1884. NUMBER 48. irTfaj .mi inr-ji J.ai'''sei-g " T&5sW'335lii .. ...wwa.nwuKer -jgTTSaSWBBBHHPPBBJSSSMiciww .. . . -. .,,---:X -m? 1 HBIEii in i . CSS - U V H 4 v , &''' r -t s 4mmmi&&0mMmm8&&msm - - ir W - . - V V. " CS XlaaMB)a sjafsaMsst .. . Ba, I . -" ' " " -3i J-v .iO f. - - - k alalBSt, alBSBW .iSJaV . A f .i-u- 1---V- Tkj " s .. - r.fc .. i -.alalalalalalBSBlatW -aSBBHHa gk ' ';"A-?m 7 r ' ' ' " ' ' "" - - - - i iwim tiUr - i t '( I in ft "H'-'. "jMaSssstiT . t.mi CJ . JCCEDOCK. ' E. r urnnorr. M. M. MURDOCK & UltOTIIEH. rmmnzra akt rnonuKToia TWO I)OLLAKS TElt TEAK IS ADVANCE, AS7nTia3 satis mil iscto cs ArmcAnra. ATTOItXEYS. IIATrOX. Ii...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 February 1884

-. "IC jc " .-" i-trf Frra MP '-? - - V pgigjp T - wsy; r " " '''V i i ni , 1:?yHf Mi! fszJ:'' I H a 4 & 3P ffgaflt M.H.IUHDOCK,EdTur WICHITA, KANSAS, FED. 21, 1884. A. E. TOUZALIN'S LETTER. Without itojipins to question the propri ety of the members of the State board of railway commissioners airing themselves through the columns of the public press, or denying thelrrighttoeupplement their fled lng with public tirades against the person al head of a preent railway management, we will express the conviction, however, that the reply to their last letter, made by Mr. A. E. Touzalln, last Saturday, trans fera the positions of the scalper and the scalped, leav Ing the hirsute epidermis of the commissioners as bald at a coot. If we had space we should like to glv c Mr. Touzalin's letter In full for he sayg he writes for the public's eye believing It time for the rail Way managers or the State to disabuse the mlndiof the people touching misrepresent ations which have been asserted and...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 February 1884

Moore and Jennie E. Ross), er.,coBnecUa,.wUUAUen& Tucker as d"m or tl -e the forj " " ment n beni seen! FTl '1 "?asFW5 iTi,irasiig!grrip7,'f'3rJsrtfr-- WICHITA EAGLE SUPPLEMENT. JI J ail VOLUME XII. WICHITA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 21, 1884. NUMBER 48. Jobsene season, "THE PUBLIC SCHOOL QUESTION." To the Kditor of tke Eajlt. Your article of last week, I must say con tains very many truths ; in Tact tbe general tenor of your article it correct. In regard to graded schools I think jou slightly mis taken, as the advancement of pupil sin well regulated graded schools, is much faster than in mixed schools, as any toucher who has taught in both well knows. The trouble of our school in Wichita, it the one that permeates, the entire public school system throughout tbe state, and 1 may say tbe United Stales. Tbe tendency is to crowd out pupils at the bottom, In stead of the top. The original and primary object of our public school system was to give every boy and girl a common English education...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 February 1884

raaincd to be sung, youthful ami moilot md fw words unit- tin' w ajt ofi or good or J. II. Black, liarry l'eckuam and George Hellar, two practical young which enables us to t 5&Sw,&-,i'K. - - , Don't Throw This Away.. 186t--18Hl TWENTY YEARS OK CONGRESS. TUHHIUB VQKHS HtOM LINCOLN TO CARFIELD. A Hook irliieli errry 111:111 r uiiler.st:uid i(r will raicl'iill.v rend. ILLUSTRATED. J"i".';' " " 1861--1881. IE K JIM A SUCCIXCTaud IMPARTIAL Worj of National Legislation. U,'" 'ff 5t;iiehtlims arising from SECESSION and the tlUL WAK, including EMANCIPATION. RFCOX- 7...V..' V a rulft' t,ie "JPlsACHMEXT of PRESIDENT JOHNSON, the work of the ELECTORAL COMMISSION, and other important Domestic and Foreign Measures. Also of the COX-' TEMPORAY ADMINISTRATIONS with Sketches of the leading prominent men in Congress, for the Twenty Years in- eluded in the History, and INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS showing the remote and immediate causes of the Civil War. Illustrated with Fiftv-Seie.. FIXE STEEL PORT...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 February 1884

y x --rtw -"ii 'ti n, -jf."-vl iaS6s22Ci;' -.-ie.?3, ,. ,jfuav fev3"wT7 i 1 V L X f PC I i h ii I.V I Jl x v it F ftje Iff aglje PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF SEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, FEB. 21, 1884. CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. There will be a meeting or the llepubllcan Central Committee of bedgwick county held at Aak's hall, in the city or WlchlUi on Saturday, March lit, 18S4, at 1 o'clock aharp, for the purpote of "general consul tation'' and Important business. All mem ben of said committee are expected to at tend, and all fflends cf the Uepulillcan par ty are Invited. Jxo. Kelly, Chairman. A. B. 'Wright, Secretary, The Turnert hate made Jetse A. Ask superintendent or the opera house lie hat given bond for the faithful perlormance of his duties, and Kilt make contracts, col lect rent and have a general supervision ot the building and ground. Hi James 1. Mead Ef q., clerk or the court of Kingman county, called on Uie Eagle Tuesday, and reports their city on a regu lar boom. Mr. J. W. li...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 February 1884

-MVt. i'& 3 jiJJV",.! iv-iit . bzwt ir7:&uj?fi' &3zzd . - jsasrr...- asegar,i.iBi. v ii V'-VJ W;J&toS&&Sg$g &J y lit Bis. C agt dunscmraoN two dollars in advakck. I nul w Ilmity tui. Tietfcaa Cflci U Itgli Bttttog. STOCK IN WINTER. As cold weather comes on wo must remember to add to tho rations which .... ...wuusij ml-uu sumcicnt lor our stock, iu order to niako up for that which will be consumed in keeping up i no annual neat. Specially should at. enuon bo given to this where the siajlcs arc open and cold, as we find uicm on many farms. While such is the case we cannot possibly avoid sup plying the necessary warmth to the Btock by means of food given them. The animal system will first take its fuel from the supply of food given, and if this does not leave a sufficiency lucre will bo a consequent falling off in the milk, flef.li or growth, as the case may be. It U a great economy to havo warm shelter for all kinds of stock. Besides making the animals more...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 February 1884

mtSrt? -$ &?" a ., ? -. fyfv- nr -v. --r--t ari J. I5j -. r - f 'TSls r -fWV" J-"' j.-ggygirafUVKtaBg .. imT'f- rw ' f i ?$&? -- " tBMhila UiUi A i 1 IU I' ; VOLUME xn. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1884. NUMBER 49. fttJC wr -t-. 9s a v. wcjiDocK. ii. r. ucnoocK. M. M. MUItDOCK & IJUOTIIER." PunUSUKBg AXD lIM)rUKTOR9. TWO DOLLARS l'Ell YEAR IK ADVANCE. ATXTI33 UTtS USX tKCTO CS imiCAHW. ATTORNEYS. HATTON. KIIGCMfe Jt PARSONS, ATTOaXETS-M-LiW, Wichita, Kanxas. - II. A. GEESISKA, Arron.E'v-AT-LAir, Wichita, Kanas. Office orrr Kaniuu State Hank, cornrrof Slain ilrwt ami DoukIsk avenue. All business HI receive prompt attention. 1S-20- Jl II. HOUSTON, ATTOUXSY-AT-1.AW OOice over Kansas Na lonal Itank. 3J-tf- STAXLKYAWALL, ATTouxrrs at U, Wichita, Kaiuaa. Offlc firer lllssanls A Duller. 38- 1IARK1S. HARRIS A FIUEUAUG1I. ATTOKrm at L.ATT, Wichita, ICaias Onlce lutbe bullllnKuccnplevluyUieU. h. Land Ofllce I ...an n.i.tll.t1 -.. tn..K....t . .I. ,.. t ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 February 1884

vSJ6SMB3y2sKifWKS3SSS - V, as&zJZg&itSz-izgxn.. ..... 1-W1 isp,ftA. V X s.tai-sesdfc:- - is-jSagasK!gg ' 5" '2. - -- v , 00Xr -i - -- JT . K M.M.HURPOCK.Edllor. WICU1TA, KANSAS, FEB. 28, 1884. RAILWAY FREIGHTS AND TARIFFS. In the early days of railroad building lu Kaniai tbe editor of thin paper was for a period covering four sessions of tbe legisla ture, chairman of the joint committee of the two houses on railway. Kvcn at that early day, before an j-railway had reached within a hundred miles of this great v alley, there were those vvbo thought it high lime to sit down on the railroads to bring their managements to a fall realization that tbe people owned and proposed to run Kansas. The bills Introduced looting to this end were numerous, some ot thcra extreme and lllog. lew. We call to mind one Introduced by 6t. John, afterwards governor of tbe State, compelling all roads to fence with oak posts and boards the entire length of their re ipectiv e roads. As a result we w ere ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 February 1884

!.-,,,- lw k- T lh, mtM ssiSiassasscsasBWMGKs; " A "!, ", ' i'l VJ $fcWt3t l'KUSOXALAND LOCAL ITEMS Of NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, FEB. 28, 1884. The red bird, blue birds and robin red brents have put In an appearance. litis Xlna Caldwell, ol Emporia, U In the cltyTlslting her sitter, Mrs. Holland Mur dock. Whitney It. Tucker's office la at the dla. mond front, Black's old stand, on Main street. Don't forget Uiat J. C. Hyde's tale of Short-horns takes place next Saturday, March 1st. The Wichitabulldingand loan association Is going to be a popular way to secure homes. Dr. Dean, the dentist, will resume prac tice about March 1st, on Main street oppo site Harding's book-store. Wm. Illggins, targcant-at-arms of tho United States llepublican Central Commit tee, made us a short call last week. Several very Interesting communications were unavoidably crowed over to tho first page ol next week, all of local interest. Sanborn will be here on the Cth. Tickets can be secured at the Post-office Itoo...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 February 1884

Jgl&! i , I,- , j -jsssaair i mtm rn IMjfgafit N. E. OSBUKN. H. F. FBIEKD. J. F. FABXTJH. 6- Six Per cent Interest. -6 J. M. ALLEN & CO., H. F. FRIEND & CO., SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOU.AES IN ADVANCE. According to our usual custom at this season of the year wo have WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL tmil a Tktnixj tck tk! fr Ofici U Zili Sanioc- STOCK IN KANSAS. J. M. McFarland, statistical agont of the State board or agriculture, has sent to the national department of agricul Real Estate, Land Scrip & Loan Office! Marked Everything Vay Down! Djownl Down! THE VALLEY LAND & LOAN COJ ; ; ! If you want an overcoat for yourself or boys, for this or next winter, como and see us, and , Be Astonished at the Low Prices! Be Astonished at the Low Prices! w Wo arc prepared to give you a benefit on '' t ' Black Worsted Suits $4.00 per suit Lower! Than any other house can offer you. GROCERIES, Is now prepared to make loans on Sedgwick county farm3 at ture a lengthy report for the month of Januar...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 March 1884

t- y- rJ -Sg3? .1-, , " i, Ll WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH fr, 1884 VOLUME xn. NUMBER 50. 3?2s'&?fcjk.. IWk IT w- v 1 IS JCl l&.liEf - -f if. i ifi IPte W Ste H. 91. MCIIEOCK. n. r. jtmcocK. M. M. MURDOCK & BROTHER. PcsusnEiu ax rnoriuxTOns. TWO DOU.AUS PER YEAR IK ADVANCE. astotcttj uni xaiz xs: ca unsusea. ATTORNEYS. HATTOX, RUGGLES PARSONS, Attobxets-at-Law, Wichita, Kansas, ti ll. A. GEESEKA. Attobskt-at-law, Wichita, Kansas. Offic oTrr nansas ciate iuidk, corner or .Main street and Douglas avenue. All business will receive Irorait attention. 12-20- J. D. HOUSTON, ArrottXKT-AI-lw. Office over Kimu Na- tonal llank. 33-tf- STAXLET 4 WALL, Attohsxts at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Office over lllwnctl Duller. ss,- 1IAUU1S, HARMS A FIKE1IAUGH. Attobsktb at Law, Wichita, Kansas Office Inthe bulldlngocrupledbythe it. S. Land Office l.ana &v?oUatd m lniroel lands In Sedf- i ick and dumner counties. 35- DALE & DALE, ATTonxKT at Law, Wichita, Kansas. No....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 March 1884

JSeSraassaiSSSSacssBwOTs && ' -- vstseu!!prvz ' " 1wrt I ; 1 1 r, Pft MH K J V 1 I W m ft &WlSt M.M.MURDOCK.Edltor. WICUITA, KANSAS, MAIL 6, 1881. A GREAT VICTORY. Farmer Kunston, Kcpublican candidate lor Congress In the Second district against Sammy Klggs, tlie free trader, to fill the pla,:c of the lamented Dudley C. Ilatkcll, was elected last Saturday by au overwhelming majority, beating the Demo cratic comcrt by oer 8,000 votes. Kun ston being In the New Second will bo re nominated this fall without doubt. This lclory means more for the Republican party in Kansas llian can be said in a column, it means Volumes. A. A. ROBINSON. Tho news of the appointment of A. A. Itoblnson as general manager of the Santa Fe will meet with a hearty endorsement from one end of tho line to the other. He docs not plumo himself on being a great financier, a great statesman or anythlug ol that sort, but ho Is a thorough railroad man, having been with tho Santa Fg (or years, first as a citi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 March 1884

g3SggSSgBSSS --z,- v-.-'-i-tv E . V fo ri'7 , rKKSOXALAXD LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, MAR. 6, 1884. We hear but little complaint or tho con dition of the wheat. Tho "Farmer's Daughter" was poorly rUycd, and Urso had a poor house and did not give satisfaction. Capt. White savs sho uocs not rant with tho greater artists. Fcrrcll's block is under way, and tho firm which Is to occupy it tclogranhs blm that mey will bo on with an immenso Hock as Boon as tho building is ready. AH members of tho Grand Army who aro not posted in the unwritten wotk, and who desire Instructions, arc requested to meet at the Tost headquarters next Saturday at 71 o'clock p. m. The ground hog evidently knew what he was about when he went back into his hole and pulled his shadow in alter bim. The township assessors met on Monday and decided upon a basis for listing proper y for taxes as follows: l'ersonal property, vO per cent, of Its actual value; real sstatc. 0 per cent. This is not law, but is not on...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 March 1884

rasassSMJSri! O&itmam ; - .Sr5f ;jl.mm.mrm urn vmJUMMmmsmaue&KBaMSB r . 5?SXflC3KBSSife!SSlSS-Si--. - -. xo-jpsW&i5 Kdw-T --sw?S5we3r w Hl. X&tHszX&X. v tBTlafll acBscniMToN two dollars is advance. XimlwniritoynetTtrttrcaCgtitoliiliBintot. FEEDING SOWS. While Uiu feeding of tho sow is in telligently douo by a great many, it is also carelessly douo bv a great maiiv, and unsatisfactory results almost inev itably ensue. What mny be called our coru-fecding habit prevails to a ruin ous cxtcbt in feeding sows, many of wiucli are actually fed with the hogs that arc fattening. The sow gets fat with the other hogs, and a sow that is pork fat is likely to have smaller pigs and do badly in farrowing. Tho food needs to be largely of that kind which is rich in flesh-forming elements, such as oats, barley or mill-shifts, the latter tho best of all. Barley is highly rec ommended by some experienced feed ers, aud from its composition we should suppose it to be very good ; but wc...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 March 1884

m j,m wijMii.iweaMtawcagwaB!aMaag -- -9'" iin , . Wflb, , TOLTJME XII. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1884. NUMBER 5t Ifefoite ak L rir asLsLsLsLsLsLsLsLar " 2t v. .' K J V s gas m. v. vuhdocs. it. r. JiunDocic. M. SI. S1URDOCK & IHtOTIIEK. luuutnms AM) I'nOrKlETOEi. TWO DOIXAKS 1'EU TEAK IN ADVANCE. attotiotj urn ltui rx:;ra ci ajplkaTkh. ATTORNEYS. UATTOX, KUGGLE3 & l'AUSOSS, ATTOmrrg-AT-Law. Wichita, Kansas. U- J. D. HOUSTON', ATTOiiMr-AT-LAW. Office over Kansas N'a lonal Ilank. 33-tf- STANLEY WAIL, Aitohxxts at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Office over Uuwantz X Uutltr. 33- IIAKU1S, ILVK1US A FIREBACGII. AnoierKTS at Law, Wichita, Knui Offic Inlhe ImlldlngoccupIedbytheU. i Land Office Loans npjmtiatnl on improved lauds In ScJr- wlck and oamner counties. 55- DALl A DALE, Attorxxt at Law, Wichita, Kansas. No 91 Douglas Avenue. Office J. 41. 3ALDEESTON, AiTonxxr at lavv.N Ichita, Swijfwlck county Kansas Office lu Outennlal JJIock, over Aley'e Shoo btorc. apJG...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 March 1884

g'Sa&--Sar3CsiP ?-asaSMfljBtTWWwmmmM ?&SE&S&&5Sms3J5 sass 1 '"X'iJStxoa . fizzxz KgaaWRBtWEgSEpiweg-igWiai' O'-, ! lgt M.H.IIUIlDOCK. Editor. WICD1TA, KANSAS, MAR. 13, 1884. BEPUBL1CAN STATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans or toe SUt or Kansas will be hold In the city of Topeka on Tneaday, April 29. I8$t, at 3 o'clock r. x., for Uio purpose of selecting four delegate; ana four alternate ut 1..-...I t. .,,..,., .. Vcblleao national convention to choose candi date for president and Ticr-prcsldent ; also to ii i AT "fimoucan presidential electors. ji ,vS""n who 8r ln faTor ofeleTallng and dignifying American labor, protecting and ex ending home IndiuMes, riving free popular education to the masses or tbe peoplo, securing free suffrage and an honest counting or ballots, and effectually protecting all human rights ln every section or onr common country, and who aw willing to support the nominees ol the He imbUcan national convention, are Invited t...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 March 1884

.esuissaaaaaaso3iSiS2assS3 i& . sasassBCgsiacasssKfflixsajsss :Tfi-'rZ52k3JK. -xS3 P &r$ssL PERSONAL-AXD LOOM, ITEMS OPXEWs! WICHITA, KAXS AS, MAR. 13, 1884. CITY MARKET. Wheat, dry and in condition tor mill ing Shipping wheat .9. y.au .2aa27 JIOCI. . 9-irQC7ln Butcher's Cattle S3 00ra.tl.00 f5.00Cjf5.75 Shipping CatUe.... ".'.'.". "." George Baker, of the solid old Common vealtk put in an appearance early .Monday morning and spent the day in the city. The Rev. S. Brink will fill the pulpit or the M. E. Church or this city next Sabbath. Wichita and Sedgwick countr takei the cake In the way or liberality to the Ohio flood sufferers. All honor to the liberal people of that county. Fort Scott Monitor. Hon. Cl In A. Frew, a prominent gentle manor wealth, whose home IsinFaxtou, Illinois, made us a call last week. He Is in loe with this country, and said If he could dispose of his property in tho Sucker State he would come straight to Wichita. At a meetingot the Wichita &McThc...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 March 1884

WSEL&t&JbJ a' "i"PWBPww MOHSxiBSKSt Ihmif IIJJKil UjJfclJJIJIUJUJIJiiiiiJLJBariP liLUL L.l JU JJJ. . -1UHI.L.I JW 3?fc iflte ncnscKirTlo.v two pqiaaps is advance. ImtlaItoili7KtTHtroaCgcilatirUBanit! TAME CRASS GROWING. An Osage county, Kansas, man writes to the Free Press of his county us follows : "Ten years hence the prairie grass will hare becomo a thing of the past. Where then will wo supply ourselves with hay? Hovr arc we preparing to meet the coining want? ilr. A. looks blue and says, I don't know." Mr. B. says, "I have spent a hundred dollars on Kentucky blue-grass, and have neither pasture nor hay for niy labor and money."' A dozen others echo Mr. B.'s experience, and when asked if they have tried auything else say "No," and becauso of tho failure on one kind of grass dare not invest a dollar in anything else. JIosl farmers say Kentucky blue-grass does well in its home, and why not here? They do not take into account tho difference in climate. Kentucky blue-grass ha...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 March 1884

&3a.&sEsg ituuumi'Mi.wrMH' njiemi nnjiii!amLi.iiJMLijiiuaL: :.MLA5jiimg-iiT- wn'j.taif iip pnyii.iHff ' ' " s-j'Mikt-sA-i.'.mw. tW'f'iT"'A!H-iJVKS j p"ftT"rTfiTii r wrm7imSnl m -!. ,Ti tn-m iT1a jAji jtmmJ.Tj T . -gitf. JJWsg-as jp-n i.r-r rVii Vi V-?"., - 'J,, JjVV'W " (,J1J I I. 1,1.11 t.l ,1 .ll, , v v " ----''Jm; -, ipwniii-H iiMn)(jjn.inii"jwy - - J "' TVV--' "-" TIT" t"' ' Tl 7 v ry'' ",j??-'l"'y7?y"FfJ"w"" fpii" n.5 ' v- . J-: . ii VOLUME XII. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1884. NUMBER 52. fll -U K '.-Jjf"-"1 '" --' Wichita itaak I t. I). lagt . . MVimocic. ' n. p. McnsocK. M. M. MURDOCH! & imOTIIEK. roiu.ur.KS and X'conuxTon. TWO DOl.LAKS l'EU TKAU IK ADVANCK. irvciicnT j sin: imii zs:to ex irru:in. ATTORNEYS. K. C. KUUGLKS, ATTOntKY-AT-Lw. Office onr.No. M, Main Street, Wichita, Kansas. Si- IIATTON, UL'GGLES A PARSONS, A-TORS-Trs-AT-Law, Wichita, Kansas. - J. D. HOUSTON, Attoknkt-at-Law. OiBce over Kansas J'a lonal Hank. 33-tf- STANLETiWA...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 March 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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