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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 5 June 1873

k Hfcbila VOLUME H. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, IS 73. DUMBER 0 lita faok ' " I I'- t TWO DOU.AllS l'K'i VKAU, IN ADVAXCK. -svzsTiasa uzzs ma 3swj cs -ppuc-teh. THK KATKS lie have estuliliMied fur udier Using u ill be strictly adhered tii In eicry in stance . The y arc as liiw as charged by a majority of the pa)ers in the West, and as low as any pa"- )ier furnished on a firm ami lasting basis, villi a arge circulation, Mill do business. We think business: men can get value rcceiicd by advertis ing ith in. We ask no one to patronize us out of charity, and do not want a man's money imlt-ns jfire him value rccelied. We. could easily fill our columns with foreign adicrtiscments, humbugs, patent medicines, etc., at less than our regular rates. Hut we hone that we never will be conicllcd to do no. Nothing seak so well for a town ami the enterprise of it citirens its growth and rHHritv as the column of the local pajier well filled with home advertisements of home tr...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 5 June 1873

i rt-rrsrrBngirfrmn STf TiliX- f-r- it --T' ' EDITORIAL RESOLUTIONS. i8ug (LCliCUUil VlljuL j Thef.dlowingi777opyofthcrc.so- - - ! lulions passed by the ulitors while on MMUHDOCK, EdiMrand Proprietor. t,c carj!j c route for home, hist TlllllS- wicihta. THi;niMYii'Nnl77 Jay: l'csolreil. Tli:it tin members of tlic - I I John A. liiugham has been appointed i Editorial ami Publishers' association miniMer to Japan. The public debt has decreased -$3,-.V25,282 during the last month. A voting man in Topeka sent oft" his first postnl card. Alter writing antes Kige on the buck he unclosed it in nn envelope, chipped on :i three cent stamp ami dropped it into the poslofliuc. re marking that it was a very hand v ar rangement and should have been intro duced years ago. FIRE IN BOSTON. ISosloii hat hud another lire, which broke out last Saturday morning on "Washington" street. Several blocks were consumed before it could be got under control, and in view of the late great tire caused an intense ex...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 5 June 1873

& f A (-' t Wktk ( "vvTuiirrA, TiimisoAY. junk a. ht3. tMTY AND COUNTY NEWS. Sec statement of the First National bank. Todd k. Royal (told three car load of pota toes thli week. Is Wichita pliig to take any fourth of July in hcr's this year! The muddy rolling tide or the Hig river threatens to till the banks. The Einporialtcs arc talking of "excusing" to Wichita on the 4th or July. A party ot U. S. surveyors came up from the Indian territory l.it Friday. Twenty ears of freight per day is now re ceived at the depot at till- place. Prairie j-rass Is about one root high, and grow ing with wonderful rapidity. Wshavc had lor the l.it two weeks what the fanners term growing weather. OvMcr Hay has been serving up this week delicious htrawberric floating in cream. Fred Schattncr, our county clerk, has come into possefe-ion om pair or prairie dog-, and it happy. . Mrs. Wat-on & O'Connor will receive this week a large invoice or new niminer goods or latest styles. During the past wck ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 5 June 1873

t mk le. CROCERS. DRY GOODS. BANK. CROCERS. CREEN FRONT. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. RAILROAD. linii a Ti-:ii7 cf c::t veil, fc:c Ce fc IieSt S:-.:l SUBSCRIPTION' TWO DOI.T.UH IN AttVAXCK. "Top Knots. ComeEownl" There it-hnnllv anything in llic world so beautiful as t'lie licad of a bfautiful tvoimm, or even of a pretty woman, or a line, well-formed woman". The linn, lurc curves, the poise upon tlie neck, the gentle sweep of cheek and chin, the line air of womanhood that there if in it almost always, even in thofrc caf.es in which the "face and the figure, the limbs and the extremities arc not beau tifulall thes-e make it one of the most truly admirable things, in nature. And yet it wins to be one of the prime ob jects of woman in drebsing, one of the chief ends of her existence, to destroy all that she can of the beauty of her form, to conceal the grace of its move ment, and to deprive it of all that characteristic expression which is its indefinable glory. It is one of those things the ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 12 June 1873

mithik lita fanle. m tv- r2 -A?iw VOLUME II AYTCHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUXE 12, 1S73. mjMBEPMO - A mil , Two ioi.lais pi:: ykai:, in advaxu:. Asvunaas satis tur -:rv ch at?i.i:.ili::-. Till: KA1KS e liave ctalilMii il for adrer tising w ill lip trirll-ndhered to in ctcrv in stance. 1licv nre n- low hs cluirgedlir am Jority of thr .iert in the West, and as low" ns any inT- iht luniiiiicuiiii a unit nun la-img li.isi, twin a large circulation, will lo limine WV Hunk i liusincss men ran get value rcreiw-d liyndierti- i ing w itli us WV ask im one to intromit us wit nf , pliant, and do nut v. ant a nun' iiiuiipv iiiiIpm ve gire him alne receit.d WV muld easily mi our columns wild im-cign autini-eiiiini, humbug, patent m ilit-iii-, i tc , at It than our regular rates. Hut Me Iwim Hi it c never will Iip e.iinicllcd to du so. Nothing i.ii::ik-o well turn town awl thecuti nirimr of Hi riti7cn it growth untl iiroiprity a the column ol Hip local impcr well tilled with home a...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 12 June 1873

-- - f'!9tjJ "" " " rp "M .. Tf STOTjgWWWan tUicjjiia le. M. M. MURDOCK, Editoi-and Proprietor " wichita, Tmn:Y juxe i2,lsra." The eotiiliieiuvini'iit exercises of Baker University will take place June loth to 18th. Correspondence nftlie Kacle. SENSIBLE DRESS. At the soldiers' rr-uiiiuu, at Law rence, the. pnpern ivpui t an nf tendance f from eijrltt to ten lhnu;iiul heroes. An nrxomplico of the Inders whs raptured Iat wtck in Texan, hut com mitted suicide in ih Indian territory mi the road to Kaiih. At Denison lie imulc some Important confcswioiiR ami promised on hij arrival to tell all In: knew, hut final, put an end to bin existence. 11 i siippoocd he knew the whole htorv. Cowmen. June 7. 1873. Mn. Kditok : The question is oitcn asked, p.nd by the gentlemen, "Do ladh'B 1'iilik of anything but dres.?" They have lyien reading- no doubt the article in yuir last issue, '-Top Knots. Come Down." I have a word to say in that roffnrd. You :i8l: the voim" MATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Letter From...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 12 June 1873

&n .,vj w, J-r.- --.- t s r 1 Wit$t& ifagle. WICHITA, THURSDAY. .H'NE 12. IS73. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. .1. F. Nessly & Son make choice cigars a apecialty. Clark A Mclvor, have an liiiincnsc stock of new good. The colored folks have organized a church in this place. It has ralncil every Sunday for the past seven weeks. Our new ivrstma-ter. II. I.. Wet, has been duly installed. Cherriea are being old from our fiult mar ket this week. .7ud;;e Emerson, who ha been at Ft. Dodge, returned home on Sunday. Hemcmbcr the matinee, at liable hall, on Saturday afternoon, at i o'clock. Strawberries are worth from thirty to fifty cent per quart, owing to the quality. It. H. IJMioit hai gone to spend a month with folks at home in Flint, Michigan. Tiie lull in trade anion;; our merchant hat ceased, and business has apdn revived. The youiur man who "a" wounded by the oldier last week is Retting well Movvly. Tierce's Star stable has been moed to the corner olloiila avenue and Market treet. ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 12 June 1873

GROCERS. DRY GOODS. BANK. CROCERS. CRECN FRONT. OOKS AN STATIONERY. KAILR9AB9. ) fa StKii a Zlmlij cf nil stii, hts. CSee ir Zie Bicei unscniiTioN two dom-ahs i.v auv,nce. Correspondence of Commonwealth. How to Make a Lawn. Tosm:ka, June 4, 1873. In landscape gurtlciiing one of tlie essentials is a green sinoolli-liiivt,ii lawn. A landscape cannot be effective without this. The arrangement of the Ircc hm1 elirtibbcry. ami the laying oil" of meamlerlng walks arc, of course, matters of first necessity ; hut the vis taf. of green sward, with their chang ing lights and (-hade', arcindispeiiMble in order to complete the living picture. The lawn cannot receive too much at tention. There arc multitudes of peo ple, wc regret to hay. who know very little about the method and labor nec essary to secure a good lawn. It is by no lncaiiH uncommon to hear persons of taste and leiniirc, who would be sup posed to he uccjuaiu ted with the sub ject, inquire at a seed store for the seed of that grass ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 19 June 1873

!W rf-,-"-1' .&? w "rf'TWUMTf VOLUME II. "WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1873. NUMBER 11 4MMMM piMa mh faole. ''svJ.''g3::. . U i Sclw jjita (Sagk. two iiou-aim vi:i y.i: yrvrznciiTs z.in g.n tcn IN AHVAXCI:. ::: Arm-in::-. Till: ItVTir no linve -taWMiil lismi; uill !.. strict!) :nlhi-r.-il to n lor nclvtr- sun.-c 'lliry nrv as low as harz. il liv n ni ifontv ewry in- 1 Hie KiK'rs in the Wcit, alula low" as any )a-M-r liiriiinhi-ilon a Hun anil Listing basis, uitha Iar:r-- circulation, wilt 1. Ikimik-s We tluuk l.iisliisss mm can gi-t aliic n-r.-i r-l by aili.-rti in? with us V a-k no un- to iittroiuieii out of charity, nnl do not want a man's jnom-j iiiuVss We sire li'.m value reci-iie.1 We could easily fill our column with li-i;rn ailii-rli-.mt-nts", liurutiuj;, patent iiu.-.tlriiipg, etc , at les than our lobular lairs, lint He Inns- tli.it uc lluMr v, ill be Cfjmpclle.1 to .lo w Nothing eje:ilv- so well Torn town anil the rntrriiii-eofiH eitieiis it pro...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 19 June 1873

v' - '- " "'-f'-? f--i '&& y?V'i m!mm!&m&miismm M M MURDOCK. Eclitorand Proprietor WlCHITATHUn?!) Y. JUNKW. ISTsT SOL MILLER. White Cloud ha a new paper. The ditor of the venture is a stranger to u and. wo believe, to the slate. His tir-t issues arc devoted to tht'Hbitfc f the man who has riven to White Cloud nil the notoriety and rouerqiicnt pros perity ever cnjoicd by that village whose boundaries are m.tikcd alonu 1y the frowniujr bluffs of lier sleepy hollow. For fifteen lonjj Vcai s, in pite of this most inwardly local etiport vouchsafed to any couutiy newspaper in the etatc of Kansas, did Sol Miller, by the reverent economy and hardest l.ihor. isue the Chief aX White (Jlnud, never miasiiinii issue in all tint time, I a thing unpi eredented almost in the hi.c . . ,. lory of country newspapers. And I... paper wa no thin basta.d nor idiotic, drivel either, but such an one a not oulv "avc its editor a more than state- wide reputation, but commanded the lespect of e...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 19 June 1873

WJ----?. "-- -irftiptZ?, Cftc gabfeite (Eagle. WICHITA, TnunSDAY.JUNE 19.187$. cItyXn DCOU NT YN EWS. New potatoes an J turnips are in great abun dance in our market. Superintendent George II. Nettlcton was in our city on Friday last. Trickey llron. fc Co. received this week a car load of salt, Ko one of flour. Sedgwick City ban a grist mill run by a tt ind mill. That seems odd, but it." n fact. Doc. Holmes, at the pnatolliti! book store, lio received a lot of tire work's for the lourtb ot July. The rocking chair, at the Methodist festival, was roted to Miss Simmon?-, f Tones., by over a hundred majority. The excursionists said that the Kansas val ley was good, the Neosho alley better, and the Arkansas tnllev best. On the outside ot tlii pajier is a true copy of the timber tree law, issued by Willi Drum mond, commissioner ol Kinds. Fame is. fuid to be a thren line puff in a country newspaper. Wichita in to become famous through the Illliuoia pres. Doc. Kil)er returned home fiom Clev...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 19 June 1873

la Ml Sk;r:iay cf act Tttl, fccn CSti is Zijie Eli:); euBicitiPTiox tvo dollars in ad-axce. Tho "Grange" Movement. A political movement hut been i(0 injr. on for some time at the west that i may possibly have an important infill- I ciic'i; on t'n' I'nt nre of the country. J This seems the more likely because ot j late it has been rapidiy gaining J strength. Early in 18G8 a society of farmers . was organized in Minnesota under the j name of the 'Patron', of Husbandry."' ' The several societies or lodges were , -ailed grange , ami from this fact, the movement, which lh thus iar only the jncreac and action oi this association. lias come to be called the "Graiurc" movement. The order of the Patrons of Hus bandry spread slowlv at lir-t, in Min nesota', and then in other M.-itce of the northwest, but particularly in low a and WisooiiMiu. For four year lhat is to the close of 1871 the organiza tion numbered but about sixty thou sand members. In a little more than ti j car since that time, ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 26 June 1873

mfHM0mn) wmmmsrimn.rvn-vttm.tim iMifcy"ji"j !" VOLTJME II. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, -JUNE 2G, 1873. NUMBER 12 UW8ffrwMBWWg'iWH BUHjJ.1 Tn , nrTWln-fc 7:gfrl ' -'' ' -' ' '.'. ffibe pirita Pb laole. U rite (Eagle. iwo iom.ai:s ri:t ykak, jx advance. Asyssnsxrs satss sa:r ctcttx c:t at?ii:ati:k. THK KATKS nr luv-e estiiMished for advcr tulnK will lie strictly ndheird to in eviry in stance. 1 licy arc a low n rliarged l.y a inijority of the pnpcriTiii the Wet, and as low any (wi lier liirniahed on a firm and Iu-liiij basin, viitli n Jaie circulation, will do liusincw. Iff think Immure men cin jtct value received by adverti inp with u. We ask no one to patronize tia out of charity, and do not want a man's money tmli-M we giVe lilm Gallic received We could easily till our columns with lon-ijm advertisements, humbugs, patent medicine, ., at Ies than our regular rate. !ut we hope tlrtt wr nererwill br compelled to do no. Xotlnni; ienl.ii ko well for a town and tlie enter...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 26 June 1873

- -'ij5SJ t WMfik tf&jle. M. M. MURDOCK.Editorand. Proprietor. WICnTTA7TnURll)VV4J;NE 2vTsT3r The Topeka Commonwealth lias hrarird us asain. It copies n statis tirtil article from the Kaoi.j:, credits it to niiullicl- pflpcr, and in the stunt? ppiitence npnlopizcH lor the theft, not vithtniidin it rfinld have found the Fame nrlirlo. properly credited, in one fourth of the papers in the state. The firft opportunity we shall steal one of its brightest efforts and credit it to the Perry Times or some other of its neighbor. THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. The commencement cxrrcinrs of the State Normal School at Kinporiii were held on Thursday of this week. A large number of visitors were present from various sections of the state. Miss Clara M. Davis, of Marvel, Mo., and Annie C. Rollins and Huttic (1. Vnil, of Manhattan, were graduated. President Hoss delivered the bac calaureate, presenting three claims of physical education. T. D wight Thatch er, of the Lawrence Journal, delivered the d...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 26 June 1873

.-. c -lll-f.f..-. ., M, ,, .I,.- Cjit tfticjpta a0lc. WICUITA,TnURSDAY..IUNE 2fi7lSTn. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. There is but one Wichita in the world. Laat Sabbath was the longest day of tlie year. New potatoei, beets, turnips, peas, etc., are in market. In another column Judge Etncron gives no tice of a teacher' examination. A clothing cutablishment is about being opened In the Salisbury building. The Lawrence paper are filled with the usual amount of "free bridge quarrel." See notice of J. II. Todd, with reference to certain assignments, in another column. The El Paso bridge. spanning the Arkansas was opened to the public on last Friday. J. F. Ncssly & Sou with lis to fay to our readers that they make tea a specialty. Col. Go, of the M. K. & T. land depart ment, spent lat Sabbath in the cattle metrop olis. . Mr. Tucker arrived at thi pInt from Texas on Tuesday, bringing w Ith him 2,000 head ot cattle. James McC'ulloeh lias returned from his eastern trip, an account of which ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 26 June 1873

linU m SatraUy of auk k, from Metis fafUlix UIUCKiniOH TWO DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. A United States Senator's Doserted Wife. There Is a queer story rcjjardinp John H. Mitchell, the newly elected senator from Oregon. Briefly told, it represent him a n lawyer of Butler rounty, Pentm-lrania. bearing the name of John tf. Hippie; then aa a de serter of hit wife and child and cred itor, and flnallr aa a senator with the name'and location nrt given. A reporter of the Pittsburg Lender has interviewed Col. Thompson, late law-partner of Hippie: He say that the lady whom Mitchell married wns Sarah Hoom, ami that she was one of the mates of hia childhood. Previous to her marriage, in 1857, 6hc gave birth to a child. Suit was brought acainst Mitchell as the father of the child, and to avoid further difhVnltv he married the woman. Thcv lived tin - happily, of course, though another child followed the union. "I really ocnevc, says v,oi. inompson, "my marble, the most beautiful nt all ma old partner trie...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1873

liiila lita fade. w " WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1873 VOLUME H NUAIBER 13 Kjjf'S2licjjita(KagIt. iwo dom-aus n:: yeah, in advance. .rvssnsss zir:: uazz jik-zv cs Arn.::An:st. Till. i:ATi; wo lmc f.siablMiisl for ailrrr ikiiis will be Mrii lly ii'llicriil lo in 'Very m Uiico 'llioy ai e ns low as clmrpnl liy a majority of tlie :imt in the West, and in low in any 11.1 1 ir fiirniKl'lni iiilrm nii't lalm" 1a1; ivitli a urpi.' rlrrtiiiition, will il lin-int'. He Hunk 1umiici- nirii ran ;?'t value rvceiiril by aihcrlis- n? Willi us AW usk 110011c lo )Kitromzviwtit of cl.nnly, ainl lo not want a man's money tulles'! me pfvr linn value reed veil We cnul'il easily till our columns with foreign aihertlseinents, limnliug, patent nifilldiu's, etc , at lrss tlian our epilar rates Itut we hone that wc nuvi-r will lie eoniH-lleil to do hi. Nullum; kjh-iVs to w II lor a town and thr enterjn isc of its citizen its crowtli uiul iro-ici itj as the columns of the local liajier...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1873

T.Yi-.i v. fJU Mill ," iLimrn -'Tri'aX'-?-'-!"'' ''''' r n , wttwitenfftwrti .-I y-aVt .-. -- Jif'ifeiiiv V; mikk dirglt. M. M. MURDOCK, Editorand Proprietor. " WICHITA, TI 1 UKsTuyTjUIA' aTib73. Correal on.Ience. oftiie Kagle. WEST WICHITA SCHOOLS. Constitution of tho Order of Patrons of Husbandry. "Northern Kansn. has been visited by another terrible wind ami rainstorm. In Clay ami adjoining, comities inncli corn destroyed. l'.eccher is out in another card r.bont certain Ictteis that should have been written to Mr. Woodhull. Jle nyK '"tlic rumors afloat arc grosly nntriic. but . mi 1 , 1 11c dioicra is not anaiing, out is rather upon the increase. In (Jincin ntti, Memphis, Xa-hville and he larg er cities many deaths are daily announced. in the afternoon clashes in ' wc derive all that constitutes wealtl y, rrainnier and hi The fiovrrnihcnt receipts for the fis cal year ending1 .June 30th are II.j.OG". 727. The estimate was 110,000,000. T'eceipts for the month of June were W,0:7J,0...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1873

awjinnnii.'i',i..iwi "T'y'.y.TvyTf yjiCSJWSSgg rpyt-syyrs; ' WICHITA, TIIUKSDAY. .HTLV :!. 18737 iTYAND COUNTY-NEWSi Tin; district court 1ms adjourned tine die. The Douglas Avenue house is thronged with f,rtict. Col. .lenkin is rapidly rccoieiiiig liom late sicklies. Wichita and the surrounding country will celebrate. The proud bird-of freedom will be handled at Oreenivay'ti grove if be lo.es his laU pin-feather in the operation. Yet we fear hid t District No. 2, Sedgwick county, has a brick school ITftuse. Clark .V Mclvor arc dealer.-, in cigar. extensive wholesale " Hill- A; Kramer have couinicnced work on their new building. I-. y. T. Tope armed this week, will be here in a lew davs. UN herd y Our postmaster, I.. I.. West, has made some fine improvement in the postullicc. The potolUcc will be closed on the 1th of inly, except iroin 7 to 8 in the morning. The ladies of the Catholic ociety will accept our thanks, for a nice cake sent to this olliee. 'apt. Tucker has been painting u...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 3 July 1873

ntiwartsBrmir- Isresi a Thinisy cf eich rcti, frrs Cce la Ii'.e 2!::i suijkcuiitiox two doli.ai:s in advance. Kor the Kngle. MALARIA. 1IV IK. C. K. MCADAMS. From the term malaria we generally iiiulerstaiul it to bcaminMiiaticpoUon, in the form of a noxious gass, which is Mis)enc1cil in the atmosphere, ami is supposed to originate from decompos ed animal or vegetable matter. I Pay supposed origin bceaiibc. as yet. it is only a speculative in pothers. Thif, like all other scientific problems, has been inquired into by some of the niost able men in the profession, but it has bafllcd all their "skill, and to-day it is as much a problem to the scientific world as it was a hundred years ago. There has been a great many ideas advanced as to the origin of malaria, and some very plausible ones. Tor in stance. I'rof.'.I. !v. Mitchell, of Phila delphia, a that he believes malarial diica-cs to be causal by a vegetable organi-.m, who-e -ubstancc or emeua (ious enter the body. Prof. Iianuon, of H...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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