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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 6 June 1884
a , " V WICHITA, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUKE 6? 1884. NUMBER 16. VOLTJA4E 1. - fhe I B 1 1 4frtfiit hbIIlIKwT ' :' viyii K 9 ' V ... v ' f - ' if n " 5 v . tSKv t't WfysWmMMl M. M. MURDOCK. Editor. R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. IJijj the Isirgctt Circulation of any Daily Paper "hi Soulliictttrrn Kantat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : IiAILV IIV MAIL, One copy, one year One ropy, sl months One copy, three months ..$8 IKJ ... 4 UO ... 2 ou uuu copy, one luuimi Tvventv ctnts per week delivered lty carriers in ' the City. l'ostage prepaid. WEEKLY. One copy, one year One copy, six months . 1 U) TO AUVEI.TISEKS: Our rates for advertibint: tliall lie as low as those of any other paper of equal value as an advertlsuiKine.nuin. ; All traiuieiit advertisements must he pail for in advance. V.ntcrrd in the Pottojfice at Wichita, at tceond tlatt natter, and enteied to trantition Ihiouah the mails at tveh RAILROAD TIME TABLES. The following table tfves the arrival amide- partureor trains at Wichita....
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 6 June 1884
; $.?- "T- Twjvts iv MmmmM?hmk, J.I" . .- . V "J1, K V'.. -v v- .a ! - . . . . - --5 r-T .5 TS. -'v'-jAr'-sr-' vfV-ESS'SKK' r. - -. - . - - -- .. 'i . . .J"-; ,a- M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, JUKE 0, 18M. ENCOURAQINQ. 0SAWAT0MIE BROWN. A Wichita business mau iu Chicago, ami who is in uo wav connected with Kansas politicians, wrote the cdilorof this paper yesterday that he had put in a whole day moving about from hendquartcis to headquarters in order to be able to make up an estimate sat isfactory to himself. He says: As a crowd, the Blaine fellows beat the Arthur fellows for hurrah and enthu siasm, but that the Arthur people are working quietly and earnestly in every conceivable' direction like bees, and that a large per cent, of Arthur work ers arc business men and not poli ticians. But in the event if they both fail, then it is my opinion that the mau you fo long ago named will come suc cessfully to the front. General Sher man's name whenever aud wherever mentioned as th...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 6 June 1884
' ir I Mm I II n IH "V' ,i?.r- . '. .1-J' ys&jpl vs7S 1 r - N -. ".' c-f 1 i 4 -- fitfiTBMM PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOR". TKKRY & DUMOXT, Architects and Superintendents. Office In Hove' block, Wichita, Kbnsag. 8-tf D. VT. SMITH," Dzxtist. Eagle building, Douglas avenue, Wichita, Kansas. . HARMS & HAKIUS A FIKEUAUGH, Attorneys at I-aw. Commercial Mock, Wich ita, Kausag. STANLEY & WALL, AttornejsatLaw, Wichita, Kansas. Office over Citizens' bank. lT7f Ur.KTz rhysician and feurgeou . Office o er Fuller 4 Son's grocery. W. V. WALKEIt, Attorney at Law. Office oer KantaafNi-' tlonat bank. L. V. SHERWOOD, Dentist Office in Ferrail Building opposite IKiotoffice, ilHln street, Wichita. Kansas. Teeth extracted wllliout jiain by nitros oxide Ka- J. J.'ciUST, Architect and Superintendent. Office, Emil Werner's block, Douglas avenue, betweenTo-K-ka avenue andLawrenre St., Wichita, Kan. j. v. iioutox, r. w. bbntlkt. HOUSTON' .. 1JKSTLEY, ) Atlomcjs at Ijiw Office oer Kaniaa Na tional ba...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 6 June 1884
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 7 June 1884
( '-rfi5s?gsti P? y T - z ' 'W in- " & ? i" .- i "j. Lc 3" . , ' jr - ."" " . . She .- - tT '. VOIAJMK lailS 1. -!rr . t . Mt4&w WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNEV884. NUMBER 17. M, M. MURDOCH. Editor. R. p. MURDOCK, Business Manager. hat the largest Circulation 0 any ftaUy Paper in Southieettcrn Kantat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILY BY MAIL. One copy, one year. One copy, aix months One copy, three months Ono cony, one monin z""'"i' ! Twenty cents per week delivered by carrier in ' the City. Postage prepaid. as oo . 4 00 . 2 00 WEEKLY. .$2 00 One copy, ne year. j jv One copy, six months w TO ADVKKTISEKS: Our rates for advertising shall Iks as low as those or any other paper of equal value as an advertising medium. . All transient advertisements must be paid for lntTi'n the rctojficc at Wichita at tecond clett mallrr, and entered to trantxtion through the mailiai tuch. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Tt, fallowing table eivcs the arrival ami le- partureof trains at Wichita. 'ATCI...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 7 June 1884
-"i-? -"''-A- I Sails "tfcC"Jt"j osrif. ir SB M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. SATUKDAY MOliNING, JUSK 7, 18S4. JAMES Q.BLAINE. The Country Editor, The Statesman and Our Next President. Mr. Blaine was born at Iudian Hill farm, Washington county, Pcuusylva niii, Jan. 31, 1830. His great grand father, Col. Enhram Blaine, was a fricml of Washington, and had charge of the commissariat of the Revolu tionary forces during the terrible win ter which they passed at Valley Forge. At the age of 12, Blaine was sent to school in Lancaster, Ohio, where he lived in the family of his relative, Hon. Thomas Ewing, then secretary of the treasury. One year later he entered Washington college, where lie gradu ated at the head of a large class in 1817. In 1850 he went to Kentucky as a teacher in the military academy at Blue Lick Springs. Here he met Mis3 Stanwood, a Massa chusetts girl, who subsequently became his wife. In the course of a year or two'Blrinc made up his mind that teaching school wasn't his forte, ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 7 June 1884
llll III mmiM) m I jl Li. Illnfll I I kiJKEV r i- A - ai!g jjf aglt, PROFESSION AI DIBECTORV. TKKItV & DUMONT, Architects and Superintendents. Office in Hoys' block, Wichita, Kbnsas. 2-tf D. AV. SMITH, 1)ntit. Eagle building, Douglas avenue. n icuua, iiuusas. 1IAURIS A HAKUIS FIREBAUGI., Attorneys at Law, Coinmerclal block, Wich ita, Kansas. STANLEY & WALL, AttoruejsatLaw, Wichita, Kansas. Office nr Citizens' liauk. i-flt ItKNTZ. Iliysician'ul Surgeon. Office over Fuller Son's gncery. W. F. WALKKU, Attorney at Luw. Office oier Kansas Na tional bank. L. F. bllKKWOOD, Dentist. Office in Ferrall Ilull'llnKOj.pofclte iKtoffice, Msin street, ichlta, Kansas. Teetii extracted without lin by nltros oxide gas. j, j. cmsT, rchltect aud Sujierintendent. Office, Eroil Werner's block, Douglas avenue, between To jicka avenue and Lawrence i t., HcIiita, han. .. n. Houston, r. w. ihcxty. HOUSTON" & KESTLEY, Attorneys at Ijiw. Office over Kansas Na tional liana", Wichita, Kan. STOVElt &a...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily eagle. — 7 June 1884
PPPj 5 r "- 4 " . 4 M M MUROOCK fc BROTHER. Proprietor!. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS. J. 1. Traster came in yesterday from Mt. Hope. X. W. GusUin, of Newton, registered at the 'Fremont yesterday. Dr. S. I). Coflian, of Law rence, was on the streets yesterday. -Mr. Win. !. Thompson was resting some easier yesterday, though lie is jet quite fccbl, W. W. Hupp received .1 very fine thoroughbred bird dog Irom the cast yes terday. John Tytherlcigh, with G. 1. .Tones & Co., or Emporia, stopped at the Occidental ycstcrday. J. 1. Conckliu, a prominent banker of Kiugmau, was doing business yesterday in this city. Dr. W. 1. Knots', who assisted in dress ing the wounds or Chas. Eagan at the Douglas Thursday night, very generously refused pay for his sen ices. The hose company will have a meeting this evening at 7:30 o'clock sharp, at the opera house. A full attendance is desired, lly order or Major Jesse Ask, foreman. "The Valley house is being greatly im proved under its new managemen...