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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 25 May 1884

trf. w.w f&yz v r "u, ' "-i- "' W'"-W"-A " r I . t, - -r'"yp ,Mk, t VJ". - A v " .-. ff!? - m - - J - ft t r A r iff W -i Ptt ttfflt. ? r ' r( r l V v c v P B ' ". ! k T1 w ffr VOLUME'!. 444r - V - "Wait for the Wagon! Greatest Special Sale! oj Embroideries liter Seen Saturday, We liavc l,r.no pieces or Hamburg embroideries, of our own importation lrom St. Gall, Svwt7ci Intnl. anil oiler them as cheap at, any importing bouse in this countrr. They will be eold at 1-4 llcincmber tbc dUeount is 25 per cent., and friends and neighbors to come and ROBISON BROS., The One-Price Dry Goods House! 21 Main St., Wichita, Kansas. Don't Forgot Bank of Commerce. (IIATITKLU V. HAKTLKY.) Loans Money on Real Estate, Personal, and Chattel Securities. Eeceivcs Deposits, Timo and Demand, at Interest. Buys and bclh exchange; makes collections; negotiates municipal bonds, ami transacts banking in all its branches. No. 17 Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas. UOIIOL1MI lIAnrii:i.I),i;roBI.l.-nl. A.M. PENNY....

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 25 May 1884

' i "(S "-",- ,s SssrrriSiWirrf'-A i"-&- TfTr -utz j jc?Ji asr'SSJrvESjartwr, V- ... - . T - t , itr'"- . TS.j ti t' " -.-' '?" 3" :VIJ!3i5,rSSf9'?rCSS rS1MMfO T W - 1 j.- - T " - r 1 - SailiJBfgasIe. M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. SUNDAY MOHNIXG, MAY 23, 1884. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of tliu ltepnblicaiiB of the State of Kansas will be lifld in the city or Tonelca, on tVEDXESDAY. JULY IGnr, 1881 at 4 o'clock p. m. for the purjiosc of placing in nomination candidates for Mate officers and electing a llepnblican State Central Committee. The officers to be nominated arc as follows: One Chief Justice or the SaiiTenic Court, " Associate ' ' (to fill vacancj) " Governor. " .Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. ' Auditor or State. ' Treasury or State. " Attorney General " State Superintendent orl'nlj. Instruction. All citizens who are In favor or elevating and dignifying American labor, protecting and ex tending home industries, giving free popular education to ...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 25 May 1884

pTfTPS '. yjjf K-jM1- f" ' JfcjfWllM r -.JitaKS.v.4: '., J: J"T"-- .-" "JffWWPPilPPi '& z 4." li'w N. F. NIEDERLAISTDER, &y5.iv- -pr,, w..w tsts ?'i r5:;-:?v-S .3. :."".vi:-' 'z-jr.tS.i' zzr.,-..'-;ii- y "'Jv.'i""" ' j.m 5- ' " .,- f -r 'I- . . bjV i - T- V. ; -K-?- TTSff-SVv:r-7 VrSiCNrf?.1!. r- - -T- - ' 1 W "-I rff J M1 -Tv... " -i' p fWMT t',7-,1""JnV - J? 7. IttT !r a--f jh.-T CVWS.-ur-1 JTltfiL--. . "IL il.'KilT' 1 1 ' ..tlT5-mni.'1i: -wrr-nT-rSi T-..(.Tr . Lf. J-Z V.'2. CS-J? , - ---- .- - - r j-f'-Tft&jrj fp ;r!r'&& j -'''I.' ' I laitWfc8X. b J'' & w 1 1 1 A'" 1& s. 3? u . r' 1 - V: L v t-. r . V cr. 1 V to t- lr M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. R. P. MURDOCH, Business Manager. Hat the ijirgeU Circulation of any llailij Paper m Southizettcrn Jiamat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILY UY MAIL, One copy, one year $3 00 One copy, sixiiionths 4 CO One copy, three months 2 00 One copv, one month 75 Twenty cents per wcik delivered liy carriers In the City, l'ostage pr...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 25 May 1884

' T"" '.... - i- w"mm v - TT c r -rr rs v- 4. P.- .v., -l -9fes MJH ! aitij y.f sg M. V. MUROOCK ic BROTHER, Proprietor. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. The following table piles tlie arrival anil de parture of trains at 'Wichita. ATCIUSOX, TOPEKA & SANTA FK. GOING SOUTH. AK1IIVK. L.AVJ.. Kxprt-bS l:l A. M. I j:ircs..iu:3. A. M. Wichita Kx.!i. OOP. M. I . GOING NOKTII. Aiiuir . Kansas City Express Expresn . 5:311. M. Ac.Frcight ll:XiA. M. jtuns uaiiv. All others ilally except Sunday, ST. LOUIS & SAN FKAXC1SCO. Hall train from St. Louis arrives at C 00 p. m. ; leases for the, north at 0:O5 p.m.; 3IaiI train leaves for the cast at J:.Vi a.m. WICHITA A WKSTKKN. Accommodation leaves the Union depot for Cheney at 10: a. in.; Freight dci-ot at at 11:0U a.m. Ketnrning, Ieaes Cheney at 3.10 p. m., arriving- at Union ieot at 5:00 maUng connec tion for Kansas City with the regular passenger fronithesouth. hT. LOUIS, Ff. SCOUT A WICHITA J.t.AVJ-". Ex. & Mall...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 27 May 1884

ibe .ijri VOLUME 1. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1S84. NUMBER 7. I- si ll Il . l n h trfu K. i t ., & J r l t !-. JV Si - S V ' n It" .v 3' Is lis .- I I l S I? v' I : , TRANSFORMATION. REALIZATION, PROPHECY. The follow inj; congratulatory letter from Senator Infills, though strictly person.il and private, is ko characteristic that wc give it to our readers. It shows how much a consummate master of the English lan guage can gct'into the briefest space the past, the present the future all, in five lines. Editor Eagle. United States Sexate, ) Washington-, May 23, 18SJ. J " Deau Mausii: Volume 1, No. 1, is a beauty. I congratulate you and Wichita. Fifteen year ago, the desert and solitude : to-day the city, the railroads, the daily paper! What a sublime transformation. How splendid the realization, but how much more inspiring the prophecy! Yours, J. .1. IXGALI.S. KICKING BIRD. His Compliments to the Eagle. Pleasant Reminiscenscs of the PastMatters And Things at the Mod...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 27 May 1884

3 " 'wr - -KWIS -J jpS " ' JS iij?l. .-:r""" - i. .--, - --iir & t " SM'S? ?fe -! " fc "iF A !J'"-j-.: - '."'TW 43t JT, v -' -lx f, t i. f" " " a -. " ?n SaiXij t. M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. TUESDAfY MOttNING, MAY 27, 18S4. KINGUAN AND INGALLS. Apropos to tlte letter from Senator Ingalls in this issue: The other day Chief Justice Kingman in a conversa tion with us at Topcka touchiujy the possibility ot "Wichita becoming a com manding city aud the wonderful fer tility of the Arkansas Valley, said that in 1864 he and some other parties came over on to the Little and Big Arkan sas rivers for a buffalo hunt. So im pressed was he with the country thnt he wrote a description of it for the Atchison Daily Champion, which at the time was beiug edited by John J. Iugalls. The Judge said when he re turned he asked Ingalls if lie had pub lished the letter. Ingalls answered, "Yes, but it was so extravagant, ill t I was compelled to cut about half of it out." Senator Ingalls ten years afterward vi...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 27 May 1884

S'is$3.-;yr""" vTv 5S fcj ' fjy.' tre 1 - ft P i iV - l U K r lr K : ... IV it Ii V. -, I : Y.. itr i - " r S ,1 1 v r "iBfl .r'V.,;F Saittj "W. . "V . sgK M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. Hat the Largest Circulation of any Daily Paper in Sonthtcentern Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY nr MAIL, One copy, one jear Onecopj, fix months One copy, three months .$S 00 .. 1(0 .. i! (fl oue copy, one month " Twenty cents per wool, ck-lb cred liv carriers in tlic City. Postage prepaid. WKKKLY. One copy, onejear ..$2 oo One copy, i months 1 do TO ADVKUTISEIIS. Ourrates for adtcrtisinj: Miall he as low as iuumj i anj "wica jfui:x ui eijuui aiuc as an advertising medium. All transient adiertl&cments mnst be paid for in advance. Entered in the I'ostojjicc at Wichita, c.t second c'.att matter, and enteied to liansttion tltioitgh the maiit at ttieh. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. The following table phes the arrhal and de parture or trains u Wichita. ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA Ke...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 27 May 1884

SPPP5 jlr-' V'1 V " r,i',ri'' "S, i M. MURDOCK & BROTHER, Proprietor PERSONAL A'.D L.OCAL. ITEMS OF NEWS. Don't forget dard to-night. the social dance at God- Scvcral parties have already engaged rigs for Memorial Day. The office ol the Douglas Avenue house is being repainted. Now i a good time yards and premises. to clean up your If you want to have a good laugh go to the skating rink to-night. J. A. Wallace's new implement ware house is ucaring completion. A new walk is being laid across Douglas avenue just west of the Golden Kulc store. '.'The Yankee in Cuba" will be presented at the rink to-night by the Wichita dramat ic company. A very nice cash office i9 now being made for Magill & UHss at the carpenter shop of W. 1. Stem. The iron ware for the front ot Pollock & Tierce's new brick on Douglas avenue, was put in place yesterday. Messrs. Leshcy & Goss have purchased the Santa Fe house, near the depot, and will conduct it in the future. Lovers of works or art shou...

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

7-H . 51 ?5&.'' it - -" " ""t; Jt " r&itinSfeSi- .4'lv;:: p,- If J S ?K5'-V-,.V r-syf , t& i - "jf 4 ' ft ( V VOLUME WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1884. NUMBER 8. t He" 'r .v- -.- ""W ''"' . -n " ' '5. .- "9rg:?- Yffg-fer " v v--s a&W . rf ' - '' ? ., 't T -. SSr'ss?' '-.f"Ls "Tsar -. ' J? , v"- te?TOir .SFYS Jlf"J- A ? c 'JSlcoi- . . . VJt " i--. -".: ,V7ri ,. tjr: - "a.. ' -"-kb-u- - -: - nr '- - r ZZ . . . 1. r: -) j HOT ir .. r. Jll M T b (V ; . A ' W Q s i i. V IN X f S" TEMPERANCE SER MON. ITivnwiv Mot- fft Iflftl J ' " A'vcry common way to find fault with those who attempt to accomplish 6omo needed reform, is to ask why other evils arc not attacked. tcS. L." does not seem to realize that the best plan is to do one thing at a time. The evils spoken of by him arc admit ted and deplored by all good people, be they prohibitionists or otherwise, and no doubt the purification system will be extended to the other depart ments of evil as soon as the. pri...

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

m fii -fcv., I Sailg M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. WEDNESDAY MOKNlKG, MAY" 29, Wl BUT ONE MAN. IklAtlif ft I I 41ti UltAmiiiAfti n arAr Kf j , , ,. , ingcanvacscd by tc republican party lor the hrfct place on the national ticK- ei, there is but one that would be uui- ver.-allv hailed with a welcome, and 1 ll.nl ,.n, ;c Wllli-m Tm.l, Shnr- man 41rt 1mtf ntiil nairirkt flitlrtvnl. ., .wo m.,v, ...... i""""'j " j old hater of shams aul the loyal old lover" of his country. BlaincVnorn- j inatiou would be followed bv heart burnings within the ranks, Arthur's by jealousies and unpleasant criticisms, Edmunds' by sectional dislikes, Lin coln's by distrust, but Sherman "s by one universal acclamation ofjpy and confidence. There is 110 other such a figure in all the range of political pos sibilities as that of the grizzly, gray old warrior who led the bo.rt from Atlanta to the sea. DEMOCRATIC RULING. Judge Martin, the democratic judge of the Topcka district, made a ruling on Saturday, which is a wea...

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

.?jS " aSi-v --KJ OJ7 wjp h-. i-. JT fM-r- '.-"."jr " " -. w- - . 7 i -'I X? WMOLUMN N. F. NIEDERLAKDER, iVI .AAvertitcmentt in thit column trill be charged for at the rate of Five Ctntt per line per ireei. Xo advertisement talcti for ten than 25 centt. 'K M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. R. p. MURDOCK, Business Manager. WANTED To rent furnished or unfurnished rooms in a new house ; choice location. Enquire at southeast corner of Emporia avenne ana Second street. . S-lw WANTED A girl to do housework in a small family ; good wages given. En quire at C. II. Allen's harness shop on Douglas avenue. 8-1 w "T7"ANTED To rent a nicely rurnisbed front YV room to one or two gentlemen without board : location pleasant and central. Address II. T. S., this office. 8-tr WANTED Day boarders at residence of George Eaton, east side of Market St., 2d door south of Central ave. 7-1 w tf' Hal At Largett Circulation of any Daily raptr in Southwestern Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILY I1T MAIL, One copy, one y...

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

,?--' ' . ,. lailig . M. M. MURDCCK BROTHER, Proprietors. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. Travel on the street railroad continues good. Martin Hellar was down to Clearwater jestcrday. Everything is booming. Wc learn that the dance at Gotldaid bit night was well attended, and was a very pleasant affair. During Judge Glenn's absence at the State capital his olbcc will be presided over by Judge Ilobbs. E. T. Schattner to-day hhipped by express averyfincbloopeddog to his brother who lives in Nebraska. Dr. 0. E. 3Iartin, book-keeper at Hibar gerllroa. grocery, is out in l'ratt county, prospecting. Mr. Worth's class, of the Ilaptist Sunday school, gave a festival at Master Jameg Ilobbs' last evening. Mr. JJ. P. Hitchcock and Miss Mary IJuthgcns, of this city, wore married by Kcv. I. W. l'hillips on the 23th inst. A new lamp post was put in yesterday on the corner by the Douglas hotel, and also one on the corner by the Kansas State bank. The PL Scott road, iu pulling out for Anthony, cro...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 29 May 1884

Fj3W" 'ts r?5-' ft1 '".33a a 11 v & VOLUME 1. WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1884. NUMBER 9. aijr - MESai &a9i& K "v '' L P - r f B k ' It; H. ' c i 1 4 4 S THE ELECTION IN DELANO. Tuc proposition for subscribing ten thousand dollars to tbo capital stock of the Wichita & McL'ncrson railroad will be voted on in Delano township to-day. The desira bility or this proposed outlet, connection or link goes without argument. It means a second or competing line to the mining regions of the west, as .also another outlet to Kansas City. The only question we hare heard raised has been one touching the ability of the corporation to make good their part of the contract. Of course if the road is not built no bonds will be issued or stock taken. The men who are working up this franchise assure us on their word that arrangements fqr the construction oi the road has been com pleted long since, and that in the absence of a black Friday or a gencrat financial re version, the...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 29 May 1884

n. 3'v - UWK r " 3 ifjT &" 5 r If! " i i .i i i M ? I iMts M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. THURSDAY MOKN1KG, MAY "isi, KANSAS DEMOCRACY. The democracy of Kansas is prick iujr up its cars. The memory of the victory of two carg ago, ami the thought that possibly a like thing might happcu again lias had the effect to get out quite a stato convention at Topeka yesterday. Blair, Penloii, Car roll, Harris, .Norton, Click and Park held as earnest and solemn consulta tions in the chief executive's office as if they had been born to the thing in a regular and legitimate way. No doubt our dispatches this morning will bo full of high-sounding demo cratic platitudes uutil it comes to the tariff question when they will weaken or fizzle down to the Ben Butler point. Tildcn may or may not be en dorsed, but that the convention was solid for the old and almost cucofllned mummy there is no room for question. We suppose further that Glick will bead the delegation to Chicago, fol lowed by perhaps Fcnlou and...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 29 May 1884

SS!P-!p! ff'll IWMWWI II, HMIO.W ..Iff lgl.g JJf:limiHliP,JUiJlllI,UJMIiPIPpi ,' SM, 1 vV i- J'l ' tu c j 1 V '. ? i Ch v 1'V s N-.'iJi!l' S9E I. M. MURDOCH, Editor. R. P. MURDOCH, Business Manager. Ha the Largett Circulation of any Dally Paper in So-Jthicettern Kamai. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION PAIIY BY MAIL, One copy, one year , One copy, six months One copy, three months . 4 CO . 2 U une copy, one mourn .. Twenty cents per week delivered lv carriers in the City. Postage prepaid. WEEKLY. One copy, one year One copy, six months , .82 00 . I ( TO ADVERTISERS: Our rates for advertising shall he as low as those of any other paper of 'equal jalue as an advertising; medium. All transient advertisements must be paid Tor In advance. Entered in the I'oslnjiee at Wichita, at second clats matter, and entered to trantltion through the mail at tuch. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. The following tahlfl ghes tlie arrival and de parture of trains at Wichita. ATCniSOX, TOl'EICA & SANTA FE. GOIXO SOUTH. I" mi...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 29 May 1884

'' '. v" V r fe s"P4,.ls- t? PWIBIf!B S2sJi(Mi-5a-S! tpn-svs- FL "- ,T--;i-tW SI xjf-"' 5 V ' -4 t-l jw i.'"- t laitg M. M, MURDOCK- BROTHER, Proprietors. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. To-morrow will be decoration day. Don't Tail to see Charlotte Thompson Jane Eyre. in Securo your scats for Thompson entertainment. the Charlotte A new sidewalk was put down in front of the Douglas Avenue hotel yesterday. RootUro'ti. hac made 6omo needed and substantial iinprorcments to their transfer stables. Several car loads of very fine building tone arrived at the depot yesterday from Augusta. Remember the art reception this after noon at the Douglas avenue studio of Miss Anna Jackson. - Yesterday workmen were engaged in laying a new walk across Main street near the Occidental hotel. l'robatc -Judge Jcwctt yesterday granted a marriage licensd to Jona. II. Coolcy and Eliza Young, both of this county. Our Nimrods should not forget the prac tice shoot of the Wichita gun club at Riv erside park Fr...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 30 May 1884

JR-jsri- W-mW-fJ jf iblWWit(-pW , ! ' lS- V u -,. tf WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3Q, 1884:. NUMBER lO. VOLUME 1. I L "l .bHHPgfHrjJCrMa fjR'lr 1M PNIHBalA1 She cilUI' t iv. W. rsT 1 J. ' Lx C , . 1 v: j . fir- I v ' ftr. )' eW&r laitxj M. M. MURDOCK. Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. lias the Israeli Circulation of any I)aihj Paper m Southirctlcrn Jiantat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY liV J1AIL, One coiiy, one jear Onn copy, six months Onr rniiv. three montliB, $S (K) . 4 CO . 2 00 One cojiy, one month - " Twenty cents liur 'work delivered by earners in the City. Postage prepaid. WEEKLY Onecopv, one year One copy, i. montlir. ..$2 (xi .. I (X) lO AIWEUTISEHS: Onr rates for advertising fehall lie as low as those of any other paper of cijnal -alne as an advertising medium AH transient advertisements muht le paid for in advance. .... Entered m the l'ostofficc cl Wtchita, at tecond clatt matter, and entered to trantition thtouy'i the vtailt at tveh. RAILROAD TIME TABL...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 30 May 1884

. C 'nTrTvl' -.v. V p -"- - - M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1884 OUR SLEEPING PATRIOTS. "On fume's eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread, And glory guards with solemn round The bivouac of the dead." So long as there shall rcmaiu a pen sion roll, so long as there shall burn within the hearts of the present gen eration a spark of true patriotic fire, there will bo thoc who, upon the re currence of this day, will gather into companies at the call of the fife and drum, and march beneath the folds of the starry banner, with hands full of flowers and hearts full of gratitude to where floats the spectre emblem o'er silent tents to where sleeps those whose hands were so bravely lifted in the defense of all that an unselfish pa triot holds dear. And I saw a phantom army come, With never a sound of fife or drum, But keeping time to a throbbing hum ui waning anu lamentation; The martyred heroes of Malvern Hill, Of Gettysburg and Cbanccllorsville, The men whose w...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 30 May 1884

f ' ' - S-N . . . I ' - . J. P. ALLEN. N. F. NIEDERLAKDER, kJ PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. TEUnV&DUMOXT, Every Thing Kept in a First-Class Drug Store. ' Architects and Superintendents. Office in Real Estate! uoyv diock, nicniiB, ivDnsss. 2-tf D. W. SMITH, Dentist. Eagle building, Douglas aenue, Wichita, Kansas. 1. v Jafla'Tfagl'. ', h ' 4 -tf fe : L' V 4V .' L .. -V 515 Jf r K T HAUttIS & HARRIS FIREBAUGH, Attorneys at I-aw, Commercial block, Wich ita, Kansas. STANLEY & WALL, Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas. Office orer Citizens' bank. E. B KKNTZ, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Fuller & Son's grocery. W. F. WALKER, Attorney at Law. Office over Kansas Na tional bank. L. K. SHERWOOD, Dentist. Office in Ferrall Building opiwcite postoffice. Main street, Wichita, hansaa. Teeth extracted without pain by nltros oxide gg. . J. J. CRIST, Architect and Superintendent. Office, Kmil Werner's block, Douglas avenue, between To pekaarenue and Lawrence St., Wiclilta, Kan. j. d. no...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 30 May 1884

VH "'-K V " T Tl ,, i ; Ml SaiXg M..M. MURDOCK & BROTHER, Proprietors. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS. This is Decoration day. "Camillc" at the opera house this c cu ing. Hut few farraerh were in the city yesterday. Remember Miss Anna Jackson's art re ception tbis afternoon. Let every one turn out to tbe decoration oftbc soldiers' graves tbis afternoon Our incrcbant tailors are now very busy maMnjj spring suits, some of wblcb arc very elegant ones. Work on tbo outside of tbe new build ings about tbe city, had to be suspended yesterday on account of the rain. There arc several good shots in tbe Wich ita gun clubjMicnce their practice boot at the park to-morrow will be worth seeing. Yesterday Mr. lien Del'ul received a let ter from bis old eastern' friend Tom Whit ridge, that he had lately fallen heir to$2T0, 000, by tbe death of an uncle. "The Dandy Fifth" will be recited at the decoration of tbe soldiers' graves to day, by Wm. T. Doyle, one or the Char lotte Thompson dramatic ...

Publication Title: Daily Eagle, The
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