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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 April 1884

ESSKSS yzZM ' ;. . -w-i-rv; 22 ' v iw fcMarfewrttttt- NfMawiriwawwi miw wMUm m SSKKtiSK?" 5atefessK3?SjSSSSSS ssfeeit -jtr? t -?wiv w-fc &. & I J! I. 3 V i f : ? 3?Iuc lagt rBSOXAI.AXD LOCAL 1TKMS OF NEWS. "WlCniTA, KANSAS, APR. 24, 18S4. Jlr. .Tames Locke i opening a new drug store at Valley Center. Mr. Ellcmn, after several months ab sence In Indiana, has returned to Wichita. ltenicmuer tbo Guard' ball at the opera bouse May 1st. Everybody Invited. Tick ct, ei. Itcmcrabcr that tho Clifford combination will appear one night only (Motiday) on their return. Dr. C. C. Furlcy and Dr. D. AV. Smith arc putting up around their respective homes very fine fences. The Clifford Dramatic Company will re turn to our city and play Ingomar, ou Mon day evening, April SSth. The llaptlst Church will be dedicated next Sabbath, a completed edifice without a collection. All are invited. The dedication of tho Methodist Church at Mt. Hope was postponed until the 11th of May. The storm last Sabbat...

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 April 1884

WSSvggSziSLllZm slSslessSs; && - ftr -""S -. .." -r - - steiecsssi $Ul3WSRW99!8KiSS: SMfetettHCtiU T iwwjfctfiswa8itf'piiiflja r.V . muuiwwiti. Wmfw' -t an - W N J 1 U t 1 flasl acnscnurioN two doixap.s in advancjc lamia Utility net Tssktna cg; la Xt-li Sanji-j. FACTS FOR THE FARM. Grow neither weeds nor thistles tliis year. Paint and whitewash are good in vest men I s. The literature of agriculture is n power in the land. A great many Clydesdale horses Will bo imported this year. California now produces over 10,000 ooxes oi raisins every year. The New York market iscxtcneivc ly supplied -with foreign eges. Sand-paper will whiten ivory knifo- haudlcs that have become vellow. There is quite a demand in the west for Jersey bulls for breeding purposes, A woman has been elected president oi the Indiana bee-keepers' assfociiv tion. Eggs are higher iu tlio Uoston mar kct than they have been before since 1865. General Ixs Due makes a farmers' paint of sweet skimmed milk and ce ment...

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

BiK!iSii.ss5wK3i.!!5HIBI ESPttc& wtAiLfifaz. rr x?t i jgaii JssssjsmsdssssiSSS 'StiSSSSj&CSWKiailSSSwuw "riciVi-1'"25-5 !Sj32bftaSiciS3l; i VOLITME xm WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884. NUMBER 6. jf WtaJru.uHWtefc.fcJ,.,.MTii Mmiwifcmii w.iwww.lawb , Uteljifet JftgLt. R k. Lv I l I I fh J f J v J. 1 $It ox., .-v . gis . N. MUBDOCK. n. r. JIUttDOCK. M. M. MUUDOCK & BHOTIIEn. Pchlisjixks akd rnornirroiu. TWO DOLLAItS PElt TLAIt IN ADVANCE. AITIXIiaSS SATZ3 Kill XKCTH C Jt ATPUUTOS. ATTORNEYS. E. C. UUGGLES, ArroBKir-iT-LAw. omc over No. 32, Wain Street, VWchlU .Kansas. sj- HATTOX. KUGGLES A PARSONS. AiTOiiarrs-AT-LAW. WichlU, Kansas. 43- J. P. HOUSTON, Attokxxt-at-Law Office over Kansas Na lonal llank. 33-tf- STANLEY A WALL, ATTpanrri at Law, WichlU, Kansas. Office over lUssantz A Duller. aj. IIAKU1S. IIAKIUS A mtEIiAUGIt. AJT?,H'.TATLx,r'w'cl'ttKI" office Inlhe bulldingoccupiedby theU. s. 1-a.nd Office Loans negotiated on Improved lauds In Sedg i ick...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 May 1884

SSassS38aS fir3-sr rf -JhlfflaWMftw-i 2E2$2 &Z&? -JHtw K !aSMa&a.SCrQtfteKftS rtl si i! r 1 "J J l-1fr a ft Ttt l'KUSOXALAM) LOCAL ITEMS OK NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, MAY 1, 1884. THE ANNUAL MEETING. Tlio directors of the entire Santa Ke ys tern held their annua! meetings In Topeica last week. After having made a careful In spection of the main anil all the subsidiary lines, as also a searching examination of the affairs and hoots of that great corporation, VT. 11. Strong was rc-elcctcil president, A. K. Touzalln vice president, and A. A. Hob- lnon general manager. This action was, of course, an endorsement of the management of the past year. That this action will prove highly satisfactory to the patrons of the road, especially in Kansas, there la not the least doubt. Iloth Mr. Strong and Mr. Touzalin are recognized by the country at large as being great and successful railroad men, and a successfully-managed railroad means more to tho State than can be set forth in one shor...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 May 1884

iSSSSSSteBaSJSSjSw-" ., m. ai A2TX2TT oflt h $fcWlast X.M.MUItDOCK.Edltor. WICHITA, KANSAS, MAY 1, 1884. Mr. Mark Tlltsworth returned from New York Slate last week after a pleasant visit. New steel rails ana stone ballasting Is be ing pnt on the road between Wichita and Kenton. Anna Dickenson, the fatuous, will appear at the Methodist Church this Thursday evening. Tho fiult to lato is uninjured. The promise for an abundant crop could hardly be better. The Eagle's poet, E, D. Win, wrote bet ter than he thought, probably. His Kan sas Spring-Wind Poetry has started tho rounds. The Santa Fo directory, at their last meeting, decided that tbn Kingman exten sion should go forward,' and orders were given to that effect. "Win. llosi, the sage of Clearwater, came tip yesterday. He says the Sunflower read will reach the umbrageous banks of the Xlnncscau within Mity days. Levi McLaughlin called Friday and re ports the fruit crop In the Xiuncscah val ley all right, the wheat never looked better ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 May 1884

si"El lSsil!e5li.J, gs.:::5'"sg n wmwinwirtf m y5g5tz e-iSesSSM!CSSeWS ST f -1 M & V til ttl IM I s iW Satfe sncscitiPTiox two dollahs in advaxcx. ImH nlamtsy tttt TiUfrca cg;t tofagliginilM. About HOLLOWNESS. Well Fed Cattle That Have Hungry Spot in Them. From Western Rural. Wc are in receipt of several commu nications in which the writers take exceptions to our position that what is called hollow-horn is simply a symp tom and not a disease. It would lako up too much space to puhlish theso communications, and the subject would bo hardly worth auothcr reference, except that it involves somo principles of feeding and care which arc of the utmost importance and yet seem to bo imperfectly understood. One corres pondent, we may notice while passing, asks if wc "ever bored a hollow horn or any other kind of a horn." "We never did. Wc have seen them bored when unfortunately wc had no power to stop it. It will hardly be claimed that it is necessary for one to do every thing or to exper...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 May 1884

WiAi-w - -o-.jrf (.( ;2ag& fc--5a&!AS&, " iiWKMTlwW&kMnW'un "MJUBWl " VOLUME xni. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, TECUKSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. NUMBER?. .Mipb'enwsK&tooTvtMNw . wihito JmIU. IT .:. r:w i - . rwo cm nt-st J lckandcis ' Anoidi ' l'ltYSI i DuufrU v roues. t rnne at t I I'm ui lug &qij irlnlhl t 12 I i'UVSl DUial e. and j ir. Lawf Onlra Dtxtltl Lrect, ojt lEXTIf JclllU.j tlLYTl) ore, Cn ontrac J iVill di -., .1-1 OD " s Door JSrre Cf SI wrpniv ti7.f wl t miptly toller jr. St MTlroc , k Irlcari III 34 p n M Cotlw u s fUt-sioS ' je held. , thrr 1 uni.- j ild In ' rrvbtl twrrn f teilcol 1 ' Kt W , -otice I urU -l iiake U l saldl I id CO! J Mav, 11 nw I Ir tarns tinuoit i 1 Und ,' ' odbrz ( -rn an; ewlckl .' e ! ' Ac i, vti: isv i itbr F the M. A.1 Ad f1 VIE C tntew b ilbrf itbei eascdi otlctj alloiii llineryl Waco I .artcrly use. !.. II. D ONTI t I I'artiMS ir of at ices. I wrenc gaSt it. UCHDOCX. E. P. SICTICOCK. M. II. MUKDOCK & IIKOTIIER. lTmjSHEB...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 May 1884

O-t. tfc."c - EL'"r'- -1- - - ' JWjtrar f 9mejaiJiMtMm . M.T,Mt ftifoat - ..- Jf..--'wls "ii-wir i nmiwafntrr' thmhiMh unwind wt . n uiiau. jhu SEsacaStesssaBs Bk. I Ci I M.M.IIUBDOCK. Editor. "WICHITA, KANSAS, MAY 8, 1684. OFF WRONG. The Atchison Champion and Topeka t'i a have been discussing, of late, and at aotae letgth, tho Improbability and the almost Impossibility of a change or the statutes governing prohibition. Each pa per has gone on dwelling upon "the neces sary two-third oto In the Legislature either for the purpose of resubmission or lor calling a constitutional contention, and that j earn must elapse before such pro- ccnes wouia oc anally determined. Upon this basis both papcra seem to conclude that whether the majority will It or not prohibition has come to stay. While we are inclined to think that the doctrine of prohibition hai come to stay, w e want to call tho attention or our en thuslattic brothera to the Tact that this I a country and a government of simple majo...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 May 1884

SBsaEssaaS J' sase "T rnrirtafctm-rwiiwiwri, t, jlit -f- WWWftISJssv -wJ53ra36 -VA-asfeiafes!cfUs3Be :i??'J;5' -i;-- --'- :jc: !TS l XklJ I,. 3 MSKSOSALASn LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS. AVICII1TA, KANSAS, MAY 8, 1881 Ben. S. Richards has come homo content to remain lor tbe ruture. Sin. Bcilharz, of Fremont, Ohio, arrived In tlie city Monday evening. Rev. 11. Kelly came up to the city Monday evening, and returned Tuesday evening. The Misses Wood, teachers In the city schools, are off lor their home In Sew York. Xyman opera house, at Goddard, will be opened by a ball on or about the 4th of June. Dr. C. A. Mcdulrc, of Iterance, Illinois, is In the city and contemplates locating with us. ' b Great embroidery sale to commenco at Inncs & Rom' on Friday. A bonanza for the ladles. J. F. Goggin, attorney-at-law of Anthony was up to the city Thursday and gave us a lui-asaui can. IV. A. Ycagcr, postmaster at Augusta, a guest of II. y. Kendle, called on the Ea cue yesterday. J. C Kinney, of Mansfiel...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 May 1884

r"-t- &8i3Sfe-, a r '.? r BftW-i-i-iv K'-TS' ',( :, - . flit - :T2$n -a OWKWHSUlM,,. " WlW1SS2EHK!RKr5eUM. 3S?s&iffiasEaaiBEi E33sg?' wg oi-r ygsaaM wW!0iJi".uwreJB.i w . it. J& . j-rj r L ' Pc'i-t-T."'-"!- w gatf 'f i 2S I BDB3CEIIT10.X TWO COUiM IK APVAXCK. Imit w Taotlay tut tmMto 0Bc to & hnuif . OUn-WHEAT.AKD CORN. The quarterly report for the quarter ending March 31st of the State board of agriculture has just been 6sucd. Under tho head of winter wheat the board says that, as compared with tho area of 1883, there has been an in crcasp jfor the State of 14 per cent., making a-brcadth of 1,868,000 acres. Of this area, 52.600 acres are winlcr- killed, or an unusually small loss from ' this cause of but three per cent., the larger proportion of which comes from tho southeastern counties. The con dition of the crop is still more prem ising than it was either in 1882 or in 1883. Even in tho southeastern coun ties, whero tho largest per cent, of damage was sustained f...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 15 May 1884

--- 3L. -, iXtinwirtMiuL "Tintf ju. j,i ,..-.. . .. " " ' " k ??,'r?r2j3'2ES22SS2SSS3S5irt r "",; ,- T.rv - r'-Tirmgrfytfiifliil ts- VOLUME m WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1884. NUMBER 8. SJJfcWfSaESSSgg C4aa; IN Jf ' "? ? L' -! n 'Hi li i-u ! fcJ v yT' ij 1 i! . .i-al wm - v.W taUA" 'm ii.i w j? l-!j j' . ,.. )! . . w i j? 'jf A1!, m 'tT, rT' fr!llifflfrli ife Sj.nia'aftMi-'.ft! - il"ir" ' 'is A Lll" tf tftife EJHtltfa1 ttJijirf. Q-U-' iL& jjujfaini. ' -" ' "Z4itii -fct , "" ..- ."jffi' pp. w I . V 'BanEVtiMtt.BB' $fc W V. t. aiCBTtOCK. a. r. ML-nEOCK. M. M. MUKDOCK & lmOTHEK. f -" H two nor rcnusimts and rnorntrrocs. TWO DOLLAItS PER YKA.lt IN ADVANCE. iimnasj iate: ifzii ikcts c:t irrLi:ir::a. ATTORNEYS. K. C. KCGGLES, ATronxET-AT-LAW. Ofilce o er No. 32, Main Street, WIchlU, Kansas. 52- IIATTON, KUCGLES A PARSONS, Attorvkts-at-Law, Wichita, Kansas. 43- J. I). HOUSTON, Arrt-Bxsr-AT-LAW. Office over Kansas N lonal llank. 33-tf- STANI.ETAWALL, ATTonsav...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 15 May 1884

ksstk.. aS&TSBi -;JV -" ........ ,..,. m iioamwKtBoias , Ik tr itt- lie r l U. JV ITfTyiagtt M.M.MURDOCK.Edltor WICHITA, KANSAS, HAY 15, 1884. THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. A few persons in tills State appear to be amiclcd with a dclutlon. Tuey imagine tbat the convention! called by the recog nized authorities or the Republican party, and made up of Kcpublieau delegate! elect ed by Republican votert. are not Itepubli can, but prohibition convention, and they will have only ono Idea, object, aim or pur pose in view, viz., prohibition. The organ or this amall body of persons appears to be that eminent apotlle or prohibition the Kansas City Timti, aided and abetted by a llUJe evening paper of limited circulation, and less influence, published in Topeka. It may not be out or plaee to gently re mind those bilious persons and their allies that the Republican party or Kansas is not a branch or the organization which meets at' Pittsburg, and is not identified, cither directly or Indirectly, wit...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 15 May 1884

fr5vvWf'J3''f3?t?'",5:ff5 !. fr W wu&.:i..SU. j;r r . . . -r "I'W UlHWl'wa-WSfcWw,.... I 1 i'-'J , .jsr 1 M XH y ,1V J iWSast X'gBSOXALAXD LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS, WICHITA, KAXSAS, MAY 15, 1884. Will ilrs. Sophia Kilpatrick call at this office anil get her pocket book? Miss Jackson's studio reception has been postponed until the last Thursday in My. Miss Stella ltusscll, daughter of Dr. Hus sell, leaves this week for a summer's visit among friends In Iowa. Mr. David Koss came down from Musca tine, Iowa, last week, when lie was joyful ly nailed by many old friends. Anthony, it is Id, is booming in aulict patlcn of her new railroad. Dirt is flying m a lively rale southwest or this city. Col. Martin Adams .anil wife, of Sew Washington, Indiana, arrived hero Monday on a visit to their daughter, Mrs. T. D. Fouls. W. T. Jcwctt is back from Ohio, hating been In that State ever since lie went there with tho corn train. Mayor Crciffenttcin has not yet returned. Coming, Hyer's Colored Comic 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. — 15 May 1884

"V&r -t.-w . r- T 'iK3Srf ""tJMBBK "i,. no - -wW-A"1 J:" " v- F ---? - -. W fcK if- m r. .t-. rinii ffcW t i i V -J M Ui '.! ADBscnirnox two dollars ik advakcx. IiiuI n atrtUj sica TMiftca C;i ltltrU tmtor, RASPING THE REDS. Their Profitable Adaptation to Kansas oenoiuiy uuettioned. Kansas Citr Lire-Stock Indicator.! The correspondence below explains Itself. It was written by a prominent citizen one of the most extensive and experienced breeders of hoes for pork in Kansas and pointedly suggests some questions upon which a good many persons besides the writer would like definite nnd unquestionable in formation. "Wc hopo our readers who have that sort will come forward with their substantiated facts and present them in the Indicator. Guesses do not count. To tbe K. C. I.lve-Stocl. Indicator As you are an authority on swine, (hogs we call them) I enclose yon a copy of a letter 1 have written to , Grimicll, Iowa, in answer to a circular they sent me; possibly it may interest you. Th...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 May 1884

;"W JKvSj&Ve - . -.- , ( hmbibhhb Jl A-f- -TvT1i-&V.r-1w-? rt r.tv-f w. rfefkHiitrHHiiJnLu t .1 EiijaaSivfi3S .s":5" ""- as bw fofll& V7T.T .TTl"l7 -v TTT ' k i I! I V 0 n j- IX ii 5 ' i .l"-1"-" AXJJ- &i4Bi " " r S WS3t JpCELYN . ansiwcK K. r. vckdoce. M. M. MUKDOCK & BHOTHER. PCBUMIklt. AD I'ROnHCTOIU. TWO DOf.LAKS PER TKAU IX AI1VAXCK. iSTisnaKa liiz: mcz n::j-s csirriKAris ATTORNEYS. J. I). HOUSTON, .ATIOIO.KY-AT-I.AW. Oflire nie IVIIBI JMIUK. ITa.iS.U Vb- sj-tr- Oflice f 5S- bTAXLKYAAVrtLL, ...'""AT & w!r'. .. ". n-niit. v j.uiirr. HA mas, IIAlJtlS A FlKEHAUGtl. ..ii i iMylU Wichita, Kansas. Office inlhubuIMlDKocylplwlli) thel). 8. Lutd Office .-,-.,. .nnuiii on iniproel lauds 'nSedir- WICLllul MlinmaB n.i..tl.. -- vmmhii uniuiri! A IALL- Jt DALE. ATTOUNrr AT I. AU 511.1,11. I....... Xo 91 lloilglas Avenue. & THOMAS, WICHITA, SEDGWICK COTJKTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. NUMBER 9. THRILLING STOHY OF A KANSAS BOY. (SUCCESSORS TO J. M. STEELE,) "Th...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 May 1884

h$ZZl -m ff -3SfWWSMS;rtJSi &J0vv-SJtC'-,rt ' " - vff "- . -. -. - i-irtHWa(aTta. r h i w If- $jiifi8t M.M.MUROOCK.EHMor. WICHITA, 1CANSAS, MAY 22, 1884. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A dclpjrato convention or the Republicans of tbc State irKan trill be held In the city of iviai via WKDXKSll.VY. JCLT ICtii, 14 at i O'clOCk H. IU forthlMirnmtAr filsrtni in nomination caii'lijalos for Mate officer and firciinR a ltcpnuucan Mate Central Committee. The officers to b nominated arc aa follows: One Chicr Jus tic of the Supreme Court. " .uodate ' (to Oil vacancy) Gotemor. " Lientcnant Governor twretary or State " Auditor ot Mate. " Treasury or Mat. Attorney General ' Mate feuncrinlclMlpnt of lnti Tnttrnrltnn All citicens ho are in favor or elcTatinp and tuxnirrine American laltor. imitpctlnc ami pt. tendlne liomi indntrie. Riving free io)ular education to the masses of the people, securing free cnSrairn and an honest countinR of ballots, and effecrnallyjprotecUnir all human right, in eTe...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 May 1884

klofi&l.-. -.- TB . . TB1M. -3fiSHE??' ijs.'-i' Asa "."sagsaaga a.3 j,-"1 at- r rv j - Acs-ii. u ji a - " BSS: &!& --&r?itl-tef&' bv -I & I 4 . . rv I rERSOXALAXl) LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. WICHITA, KANSAS, MAY 22, 1884. It is estimated that there were over 3,000 strangers in the city yesterday. There will be a festival at the Prcsbyte rlanchunh to-night at JIulvane. Kcllojg's market reports are a great con dolence to our grata and stock men. The Grand Lodge ofKnlgbts of Pythias ujuunieu ai aout ten o'clock Isst night. me uoiueu Cross division and Knight vuipiara uaiuyicit tor home last evening. The Wjandottc division did not reach Whlchla until jestcrday evening, hence lUIr stay in our city vs as short. As several persons arc desirous orjoluing theO. A. It., that organization will have a special mutter at an early day. ThoTancrcd division of Columbus did not compete fur the prirc vcstcrdsy. The Tancrcds must be after big fish. A large number of ladles in carriage...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 May 1884

w Sa62esftaSta " t rs?-S? ? - -.-S-V -Jija' iW in W" .n.... BtattHiiteriMliAeiet, SiriaHM wiiiJIWffBiWMWWi V u M ! . iUPSCRirT10N-TV0 POLLIIIS IX AltVANCK. A GALA DAY IN WICHITA. The Knights of Pythias Parade, and Prize Drill a Success. THE GOLDEN CROSS DIVISION OF ATCHISON WIN FIRST PRIZE. The K.T. Band of Emporia Score Anolh cr Walkaway. From ThunJar8 Dally. Kor sometime past Uic people or Ibis city lrao looked forward with moro tliau usual intcrcU to the convening of the Grand Lodge or Knights of rylblai in this city, and the exercises incident to the occasion liaic been lull? cauasscd, as the merits or the arIous divisions or the order and the various bands or the Stalo have been freely discussed. The ery unpleasant state or the weather Tuesday, roiling any public exercises impracticable II not impossible, cast a shadow 01 er all who had so expect antly awaited the time or the annual meet ing. Not wishing to disappoint the hun dreds of people anxious to tee their parade and dril...

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

3ttfl!'ii r.f 1 -itr isy! fear'tgoTSafeAjWt j IV3? r&v:icrd -1-.-, Si. . if 1 sV JM 8tftttHlftoriaii0Oatr .. ' 2.' l-;i VOLUME XIIL WICHITA, SEDGWICK COTJNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1884. NUMBER 10. 2s ssr.T; mifa M iMMMMMMM' m.B0W iafe W t IV. i- -t 'i 4 i M : ow. 4srm. X. M. MVCDOCK. ' II. r. VL'BDOCK. M. M. MDRDOCK & BROTHER. TUBLISIIKES AXD 1'COrllI ET0US , TWO DOLLAICS MJII YEAR IK ADVANCE. ASTXIIISISJ U7S3 VA2S tSCTH CS AITlKiTICH. ATTOItXEYS. J. D. HOUSTON, Airoaatxr-AT-LAW OOc over Kansas Xa l.inil Bank. s-tr- STANLEY A WALL, ATTOBXiri Ar LAW, Wichita, Kansas. Office ovr Blasajta A llntler. as. Harris, ilvrris fiueraugii. ATTOtOTrrsjiTLAW, Wichita, Kansas. Ofllc. I n the building occupied bjrths it. S. Ijiu J Office Loans negotiated on Improved lamls lo bedo wick and Sumner counties. 35. DALE & DALE, Attoexxt at Law, WIcbtta, Kansas. No. S4 Douglas Avenue. Office J. F. LAUCK, Anoiair at Law, first door north of U. S. Land Office, la Commercial Hlock, iWchlta, ...

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

U.-'- -' ft' irV -- tStti'Jfp' " -prr" WZ "WsELSa. rt. -.tt, . ifixs p?.-. SF-t r- r-J--i ,i.V. St- A :t-' giija-jyfefcj 5- Si' "II 1 1 M.M.MUBDOCK.Edlt,r. WICU1TA, KANSAS, MAY 29, 1884. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. .vA leKJ. JonTentlon of Uio Republicans of the tste or Kansas will be lield In tlicdty of Topeka. on v 3 i W'ESDAV. JULY 16m, 18r4 at4o'clockii.m.rorthot.nrpo'of placing In nomination candidates or fetato okcors and SiSF " ls?rnbllcan State Central Committee. The officers to lo nominated are as follow),: One Chief Jostlre orthe Supreme Court. Associate . ' (toflllTaeanc) " Governor. 1 Jentenant Go ernor. ' Secretary of State. " Auditor of State. ' Treasury or State. " Attorney General . ..' .Vto fcaiyrlntnidcnt ofPub. Infraction, ii 1;LlUcn vh0 arc In fr of elevating and dlsnlfylns American labor, protecting and ex tending home Industries. giving frco popular education to the masses of the people, securing free su&age and an honest counting of ballots, and effectuall...

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