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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 November 1886

gltc WLicmtn uX gagle : Sitcstfay fgtorttiug, gaxremftjer 2, 1886. "- &tlifili: fgte St. M. Hotit.ock. j R. P. "Icedooc, Kdltor. I Brvlnes Manager. ST. 31. irURDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. TUESDAY 3IORNING. NOV. 2, 1SS6. AH letters pertaining to the bosluesj of the printing boras or bindery, or 'or information of adrertisln?. should he addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only Dally Paper In Southwest Kansas or the ATKaotts vnucy receiving notii mo aay una mjr.i Associated Press reports In full. EREE TRADE Gets it in (he Neck Jjy tho UonoriVble Xiodolph. Hatfield Last Evening-. Tiio Biteak-r ra.Torsd a TarI3" for Protection r.:itl Held np the Itcveaac Only" Plea to JJlulcule. Tacts for Premises and CoceluHlona IncontroTcrtablc. TKKMS OF SUBSCKIItUOXS DAH.T DT HAIL, rOBTAGE rSSrAID. Oaooopy, one year. One copy, rlx months .-. Oaaeopy, three m ..La One copy, on mo .h By carrier, por jcar Brfturlfj". thrflp imn?lifl ...... ....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 November 1886

$fce WLxcXxiUx $Kih gagXe : gxxcscUtrj jomitig, gfouemlrer 2, vfcSe. .1 M SjtfXtfIEaj Airt:rt!-r.e.ntItM5 column Hl kc charged Tor at e rate of Five Cents ptr lino per week. ?,'o ad-xott'E'-centtHica for less thtin 23 ccsij, anil wlU tv c ? lus-'rtccl until paid for. . IVAIfTED. n" "ANTED Imtnedlat&lf . salesmen to noil nursery V V stock. Addrc&s Q. 1. Butler, Halle Maine, iian. dWMtr- "4 ANYilD The reader to eco posters for llvo Ftock 1 V tale at Fair grounds, Wednesday, Nor. Vi ISA;, tobsglveaby tbo fanners of Sodgwlcit county. ur information sec l'lalt or 'iiii Fcuu, 151 Hain street. dl-tt "1 ANTED Parties looking for cnop"nlnt; ladry VV good or uardvr&re business to call at 701 Oak street. ullu-Gt' ' T ANTED Al-onns man In dr t V with experlenco preferred. Jtain street, upstairs. r Rood ptore. one Call at 131 North dl43-tt "WANTED A few linst-class boarders, at 2!3 North YV Marfect street. dMSGt "TTrAKTED Evcrvbodv In the city to vijlr the V V When gallery and itt th...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 November 1886

6 Jpe IBSicfrtte gailt gagli: guesflas torninB, IJoueratrec 2, 1886 '-""'-jar- igXe AS OLD BOOI WOM. WHAT HE FINDS IN A BOOK BE SIDE THE LETTER PRESS. lorluncb in Tine XSooJzs I-aiioli Uxpcntl itnres to Illustrate "Dlotleri literature. "VFtat "New Tork Publishers Fay for I2:ignijn;-s and Prinliiij-. Ho was such a queer-looking old gentleman that the writer paused in his walk to examine him more closely. Ho was standing in tho doorway of one of those dimly lighted book stores which lino Nassau street, between Ful ton and Ami, eagerly scanning the pages of a hoar- volume through his old-fashioned gold spectacles. EL? wide-awake straw liat had drifted back to the apex of his crown, and had anchored itself permanently among tho straggling fctrands of snow' hair v.hich caressed tho frayed collar of his alpaca coat. His white waistcoat was unbuttoned, and tho ends of the black bilk handkerchief which served him in lieu of a necktie bristled do iiantly. "I ha c just made an astounding disc...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 November 1886

&& -tT- rf?4?n?zs fVSMBfS -sr. !' gfce WLichitn gailtj gasle: guesclas ptmmiiiQ, So-oemfcer 2. 1886. 3b m j 9KcaM'40' xy au;g3g Sie THE WILD HORSE. The scene near the Comanche and Loap creeks, eastern Colorado; tho time. A. D. well, about thirty years ago, say." The per sonages, two tall, sunburned hunters, guides, or both, -who are piloting a somewhat long train of emigrants across the plains. They had encamped for the night, and were smoking their pipes around the camp fire. "York, did yc over see the 'White Head.-"" "No; I don't know what you mean." "Did ye ever hear of him?"' "2fo; I never did. "What is it j" "He's the greatest critter that goes on four 3egs, and this is his 'stampin ground' for the present. I may as well commence at the beginnin: "The White Head's a horse an' sw.'h a horse, that ye must see him ter take him in. Thar never was his equal yet. He's faster than an antelope, stronger than a bufller, kin fight like a painter, an' is es cunnin' es a coon. Thai...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 November 1886

8 z WLtUi1&QvLfyzx&z: 'Smsfta Sitsriiinfi, gpfxrero&ia: 2, 1886. Mg gsmy aw . .. twjpjajlit - . Sl. 51. MCKDOCICtnitO.. Prnpti-tnrs. KSAIi ESTATE TRAKSFKHS. The following; are the real estate transfers recorded in the oIEco of register o deeds yes terdar: Chas G Chamberlain, to John E Pctric, beginning at s w cor lot, blk 3, Law renco's add, "West "Wichita, iheaco n CO ft, e 220 ft, s CO, w 226 to place of beginning Goo E Allgaler to Monk Fitsworth, lot e&io 15, Indiana ave, iusthewson's third add 2,403 Charloy KForduam to George E Har ris, lot 11. Chicago ave, Malthewson's third add 1,400 B P l'ord to John Youus-. lot 15. Bueu byo, Ford's 3rd add 500 Uoo is UJaze to Ueo 1 1'rico, lots 50, 52, 54, 50, Moieiy ave, Glaze & Jocelvns add "... B b' Taylor to Afootum 1) Stouder, lot3 3, 3, Leo ave. Traav &B vers add COJ to Clearwater 1,000 A. A Stouder to Carrie T Taylor, lots 1, 3, Lee ave, Tracy & Bvers add to Clear water " 1 ,000 Hock Iblaud Town Co to Frank...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

ssvaoKsrTfxVf J.JUUgsjcyfi.'iJ'JM jvmmmmmiSm VOIi. V. XO. 144. WICHITA, KANSAS. "W3SD2JTESPAT MOKXEKTG, 1STOVEMBER 34 1886. "WHOLE STO. 771. . . -v ' MUNSON 4 123 and 125 Condensea I'LL SILL II GOODS 0 HOSIERY. 20 dozen -Misses Hose; black aud colors, all wool, regular made; sizes o to 8 1-3, worth 30 to 45 ceuts a pair according to the size, all at tho uniform price of 25 cents per pair. HOSIERY, 50 dozcu Ladies Iioso, all wool, not full length worth 40 cents per pair at at 25 ceuts per pair. 10 pieces of Cameletle, 42 iuche3 wide, all wool, now colorings, never sold less than 80 cents in the regular way; the biggest, thing on earth at 49 cents per yard. Dress 5 pieces Camels JTair, 50 inches wide, greys and browns with handsome borders, formerly $1.25 per yd. They won't last. long at 69 cents por yd. Dress 10 pieces plain colors and 10 pieces fclripe bottclo to match advertised last week, at 29 cents, did not arrive. They will surely bo hero Monday and will bo put on bale. Don t m...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

fgg&gn'MiT7raw,jaMeaBui urn a&5sy!iivC STxc WStitUitx, ail gajgflc : Mletfticsclmj XoxnhiQ, goxrumbcji 3. 18S6. gJEHOJ -ncsMZfSas M. 'WfT... ..-Y . awj 3IUKDOClv, Editor. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOV. 3. 1SSC. The Missouri Pacific lias been finished into McPherson. The Missouri Pacilic is compelled from the force of traffic to order 400 new freight cars, 150 passenger coaches and additional engines. Tiie company is investing some $3,000,000 in new equipment. Few among those who consume the cheap and popular luxury, peanuts, con sider the magnitude and importance of the peanut crop in this country. It appears that Cincinnati is now recognized as the center of tflis branch of trade, in referring to which the St. Louis Grocer jocosely - avers that the nickname Porkopolis so long applied to the Quccnciiy should he chang ed to Peanutopolis. THE RAILROADS. The Battle of the Giants for Southwestern Territory- tlic Tivcntj;-fie Thonsand 3lcn EnllMcd Tie JJock Island's l'rcsh Start In Kans...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

J J xz WLichitn gailB g0l : 'Sc&efeesilais WoymiUQ, 0xrjembjer 3, 1886. n ' - " 1 y z a R. B. TIME TABLES. st. iu, rt. s. i. w. k. k. - EAST EOUXD TRAILS. . Train loaves Wichita 0 33 a. m. and 7-40 p.m. Train arrives from the cast MO a. m. and 720 p. m. vST bok.t). Train leaves .s ."3.30 a. m. and 8 p. rn. Train amies ,...9:03 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Wlclilta X Colorado. Train leaics for Hutchinson. ...9 13 a.m. and 7.30 p m. Train arrli cs from Hutchinson. .-'; 1 a.m. and 7:03 p m A., T. A. S. r. K. K Solng Korth, Passenger Going North, Accommodation 3oIn(j South. 1'asscnger Going South, Passenger Going South, Accommodation Arrives. Mp.m. 11:15 a.m. 825 a. m. 7.40 p.m. 250 p.m. Leaves. 7 40 p.m. U IS p.m. 823a.m. 2.30 p. m. ... . 823a.m. 7 10 p.m. Going North. Passenger Going North, Accommodation. Oolng South, Passenger Going South, Accommodation . Going North, Passenger Going South. Passenger "Wichita i. Western. Arrltes. . 8-20 a. m. . 7 15 p.m. .12Sp.m. J.eac3. . 8 43 a. m. . 7...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

IIWlliftlWlMMIII'liiiiil&l'i glxc gmxcMta gattaj gagle : OTfeatesadaij gjoriiimj, gfoaerotet: 18861 4 o, sssw4gss-" MsWfagX "Sees-, :F.a ai. II. Jlusnoar, Editor. P P. DEIKK3. Dii'Inrxs Manager. M. 3T. MURDOCH &13HO.. Publishers and Proprietors. WEDNESDAY ilORKING. KOV. JI, 1SS5. All latter imrtaSalnp to tfcelmini- of the prlatlus boiwe or Irimlerv. or for information of adiu-tlsir.c. ehonltl lw ndtlresseJ to ihs liasines3 roarjascr; uli other communlsatlons to tlio editor. Tie only Daily Paper In Soutlnvwt Kansas or the Arfciasas Valley recelrln- botU the day una jiigi Associated Press reports in full. TKE3S oirSDJ5SCiIlTIOXS. DAH.T EV ItAII, rOSTACIE rKWJJD. One copy, one year Opo cojj-. Fix wontrx; , Ciccopy, threcir ..fcs One copy, one mo ,ih "- I3y carrier, jryesr. 2 arc . 4 IV '. 30 ft) liycaiTier, uin-t; JI1UUUU5.... .; -j Twenty cents rented" delirevd by ;rrieri la tna 50 cuj. Ono covy, one year. In the State,... Ose copy, six months ...SI ft) ... KJ TO ADVEHTISEItS....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

SBBte Wii chitu 33aiXtj gagXje : mXcxtuescTaij fgtoinxiiHj, goocmfccr 3, V886. . ii.-7t'.crt-ntsJn tills column v. ill be charsed "cr ,t i" v ru.e . f 1 i'e Cents rcr line per -,re!t. Xo rul- n-i'-ni-B'stiKiiiuriess man -j cents, arm vw.i , it 'nrrtc until JW lor. "WASTED. V AI.TED Partner in tlw grocery bitacsw: T t-aiau capital requires; Address A. B. liagle ofilce. reXereaces eschensed. li-ai W; AxrTFT A "vm1 ?ir fnr inprl ho"JPVTort-: T email family. Aynly at ttn Waco St. U-J-fit w rAXTED The ladie3 of "Wichita to know that thiirM'ihnv.,'lliiir rii-csses ami baSU'lCS rai.de at 43) X 21? in street; cutting ant! fitting for larce aa.I Miifcllatreasonah'.e pnce. Call or address X-, c K.W. Orders receive prompt attention. KMt' TTrAKTED A competent girl to do creeril honso- V work Inn small family. Mrs. H. U l'ec. 104, n Topeka. ui 5 "VTTANTKL' Uramarrarid wire vrithoct iactiin V t brr-nce. a situation In tfeo tity; nllllag to make themselves useful in any capacity. Jlot.'i ha p a bu...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

"in-iiMT-nruj mm irr I i ' "" """f"" Sttje WlxtXxitet gailig SnrjXje : Mnestfctij loruiwj, Iliroimxfcjer 3, 1886 TiniWiWTiffimrrwi-irMfr PHjgte CAVALRY SER7IGE. DISCUSSION OF THE MERITS GOVERNMENT HORSES. OF W. L. McBEE, Sedgwick County Abstractor. Hardships of tlio Scrvieo on the West ern Plains Selection of Gallant Steeds for Undo Sam IMgorous Examination The Last Test Good 3Iemory. A few davs ago a reporter engaged in conversation with a recruiting sergeant in the United States cavalry service, and in the course of the chat the officer drifted into the discussion of the mcrit3 of horses supplied to the service and the manner iu which they are furnished to the govern ment Not long since 500 horses were pur chased in this city, St. Louis, Chicago and other large mercantile centres for troops in the four big western departments of the Platte, Dakota, Missouri and Texas, in which divisions it is estimate 1 that three-fourths of the army of our country is comprised. "Alost of our cava...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

-I 3N , It i xz ximicTtila fatty gasle : 'SxftcxatTjesclaxj pcreuixicj, Spojxcnxfecr 3, X886. 'imr.i.rj.T 2sfer ..y,y ,-cu iw- W' ' 'I WORDS TO LITERARY ASPIRANTS. ,AU the Professions Hindered for "Want of lien to Do the Work. Literature, like the ministry, medicine, the. law and all other occupations, is cramped and hindered for want of men tc do the work, not want of work to do. When people tell you the reverse they speak that which is not true. If you desiro to test this you need only hunt up a first class editor, reporter, business manager, foreman of a shop, mechanic or artist in any branch of industry and try to hire him. 1'ou will find that ho is already hired. Ho is sober, industrious, capable and reliable and always in demand. He cannot get a day's holiday except by cour tesy of his emyloyer, or of his city, or of the great general public. But if you need idlers, shirkers, half-instructed, unambiti ous and comfort-seeking editors, report ers, lawyers, doctors and mechanics,...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 November 1886

8 gfcc mtclxito gailtj fgstgle : Sfcxtacsdag Sfcwmiug, gouremtwv 3, 1886. saKi 31. rr. 3IUi:noCI .tliUO., Proprietors. KEAIi JiSTATK TKANSrCKS. The follovriuj aro tho real estate transfers recorded ia tha oHIoa of. resistor of elects yes terday: O H Rockhani to P R Canninghasi, -lots. 1, 8, r, 7, i), 11. 18, 15, 17, J9. 21, 23, Estello ave, Peekliam and Gilby's odd i,tao M R Closer to J Stoncr, lots 80, 41, 48, 45,47, 49, 51, 58, 55, Hillside ave, Maple Grove avo. 1.S00 IiCfl'illingha.st to Q Church, lots 43, 44, 4'., Fifth ave. lead's add 0.000 G E Tobias to 1.1 E Bell, s o qr 2(5-27-1 vr 5,000 J E Caldwell to J Baker, lot ICG, Wich ita st coo L J JSvcu to J S Suiithson, lot 41, Muth ewsous add 1,250 C A "Walker to Ji Colin,' lots 85, 87. 80, 41, 'W, 8S. 40, 42, Locust street, I'ark Placoadd 1,000 A E Tohlhsou to C E lieardsiy, lot? lb', aud 20, UUio ave, JJlliott & Ham mond's add r.... J ililicr to S I llellar, lots 5 and 7, WasliinjIon avo.Thro:-l:moi-tons add J? T Lewis to H...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

Ssaefeasssasfeai f Ifoafc VOL. Y. NO. 145. WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MOBNING, NOYEMBER 4, 18S6. WHOLE NO. 772. MU NSON' A "4 .' r23 and 125 sed Conden WIU IELL YOU HI HOSIERY. 20 dozen Misses Hose; black and colors, all wool, regular made;-jtizes o to S 1-2, worth 80 to 45 cents a pair according to tho size, all at the uniform prico of 25 cents per pair. HOSIERY. 50 dozcu Lidio3 IIo3e, all wool, not merino, black and color, regular made, full length worth 40 cents per pair at every store where they havo thorn at nil, at 25 cents per pair. DRESS GOODS, - 10 pieces of Camelet'e, 42 inches wide, all wool, new colorings, never eo'd less than 80 cents in tho regular way; tno biggest, thing oa earth at 49 cents per yard. Dress Goods. 5 pieces Camels Hair, 50 inches wide, greye and browns with handsome borders, formerly $1.25 per yd. They won't last long at G9 cents per yd. Dress Goods. 10 pieces plain colors and 10 pieces slripo bouclc to match advertised last week, at 20 cents, did not a...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

? f'.'Tr FAgfPI' glxe 32Xtclxita ailij gacjle: Jmrsclai IPoruiutj, JljoujcMfccr 4. 1886. i " "w y'PMpf'r'F -ssgg&Mfcsr'- .' . ... ... s 9k' VVV'M .it C3"5 31. 3L JIUKDOCK, Editor. THURSDAY H0RX1XG. 'SOW -4. 1S&5. Mr. 31. Vv". Reynolds Kicking Bird), an editorial and magazine writer, te writing for the Kansas City Times :i J-cries of sketches of Kansas men. In the Times of last Sunday morning appeared the article concerning Col. 21. M. Trfmdock which is transferred to these column5:. The editor -would probably offer some comments upon his biographer's observations touching the color of his hair, weight of his brains and use of hi3 pocket book were he at his post, but as it is, the article is given just as it appeared in the Times, picture and all. In dismissing the inauguration of the statue of Liberty in tint city and its .signif icance us touching our institutions, the New York "World very aptly remarks that if Anarchy shall raise its head menancingly in this favored land, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

Xfce 'aaiit&tfei Sails Haste : 6ursdtaj orntuft. gtraember 4, 1886. bTe. TFVrE TABLES. St. 17., Ft. S. i. W. K. E. EAST EOOT) TEAEfS. Trila leaves Wichita 9.33 a. in. and 7-4.1 n.m. Train arrives Izoza tho cast.... 8 10 a. m. and 72) p. re "vvest cotnro. Train leaves 3:30 a. m. arid 9 p. in. Train arrives 933 a. m. and 7:3) p. m. TVIclilta. &. Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson S 45 a.m. and 7:3) p m- xnun amvts ironi iintctlnson. .92i a.m. ana 71c p.rc A.. T. A S. F. E. K. Arrtvea. 3otngXorth, Passenger 7 Mp.m. tfoinsorui. Accommodation. u piud. 3olnz South. Passenger. 8-25 a. Going South. Passenger. .7 40 p. m. Going South. Accommodation 2:0) p. m. Going North. Passenger 7 40 p.m. Going North, Accommodation U 15 p. m. Going South, Panbenger Sana. Going South. Accommodation 230 p.m. Going North, Passenger BJSa.m- Golng South, Passenger 7 .J p.m. "Wichita JL "Western. No. 2. Mall and Express No. 4, Express Way Freight No. 1 Mall and Express No.3, Express WarFreUht .. . Ar...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

s. "$&c imistotte gailtj gacffef Stoqairtoxiiis, fjoxremter 4, 1886. i ,..; $& - - z&t8rM, :j0mmi3$z &&cwZ. -juhjz zi:M-,t 3;st3 fss3$SHI4 vCy a y-r J PS 5.4 Vt Jr9 i H! T'Y'tV I ? 3 - -' rv a.-,!. :E-nocK. R. P. jictuocs:. i.G!tor. 31. 31. MUBDOCK &BSO., Publialiers and Proprietors. THURSDAY MOUSING. KQV. 4,-lSSG. AH letters rvertalnln; to the business of the printing hottseoVbinalrr.or lor Information cf advertising Cher oommuulcatloiis to the editor. Valley receiving ijotU tho day ana ni-,re awcJted Prta reports mfaU. TBRMS OK SUBSCUU.TIONS. Bixcv-jrr mju rosrGZ toepxid. nu orvr n vT... ........- ........... ; necouy.slxinontliv. , .Ouscoyr, tiireeirj ..be .r - an CHKtn)I.ominu.n - M0f.fi city. WEX.Y. Oa copy, one year. In tc btatc O&eoo;y, fclz uiontiis ...81 I .... Ol TO ADVERTISERS. Onr rat-5 for cdvertlslng shall be low m t!ioe oE auyoti:rj3i.Tor eqoal valutas an aUTcrttoli. nie- AIltranMeiit Ycrtlempntfl inst 1 paid lor In advance. Entered la the ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

feasaagaffisaftaSBaaaguJftfl i&''- Sj&c 'SSticftila gails giwflc: Saiu-stta iJXorttittfl, gotrcmljei; 4 bSis. gaJJfegXe Advertisements In this column will bo charged for nt tliera'e of Five Cents per line per week. 2o &i vprtlsi'menU taUcn for loss than 25 cent?, end will not be Inscrtcil until paid for. WA3TTED. rJTAVTm-Pvprvhndv who wants to CO to Fort V Smith. Arkansas with team-? or without to work oa railroad to come to my olllceby 6 ociock tjvln-rmil fpt. it frrn lines to tho WCrll. J. 1- Ken- worthy, DCS DousUis avc. KS-Ct "W7"ANTi:i 2 cash bovs.t shoe balesman. 1 clotlilus Y salesman. 2 cood JoofcK. 1 laundry boy. 6 girl for pccral lioiMwork, 1 washwoman. Appil, ' North Main bt up stairs. r ANTED A EeanT.tres3 by aiame ". ""' VV room 11 Throckmorton ii DavJd.son biccfc, Ao. 117 N Topeka nve. H3-t "W; Kan Walth, -TTTANTEU-S Krainers at S3 per day. 3 ,Pa'?,cI7" VSi.K)Fcrdayt503 Dulaii ao. - 1- fcn vrorthy. Hi-ttt Call at Ooodi car hotel. . -T-rVTrD-lMrtner in tho g...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

',f ghz WLichitei fails gagls: SEmrsfcg learning, gotrttttfrjer 4, 1886 s$t4 bUqU WINGED SCAVENGERS OFTHE SOUTH Fundamental racls as to tho Itatnro and Utility of tlio Turkey Buzzard. The so-called turkey buzzard Is not o buzzard, but a Tulturc. By Insisting upon this distinction the buzzard tribe could Improve its reputation for cleanli ness. It i3 against the law in almost every southern stato to shoot a turkey buzzard. There are two excellent reasons for this prohibition; the buzzards are the scavengers of the south, and there is no telling" what sort of a pestilence a dead turkey buzzard would bring on if anybody should kill one. The turkey buzzard is a knowing bird. He knows he is not good to be eaten though his knowing this does not imply that lie lias superior knowledge and he is not shy of mankind. Ho hovero over the market places in tho southern cities, wait ing for business to close; and when tho crowd of purchasers has departed tho buz zard descends and feast3 upon the od...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

apaawif!liaKSggss u.wMaW i ,ratn i.. -... 'g..'-,- Jsf - """ S&e 'S&ixfetla gailtj gajafte : gfcnrsdatj i&jrttiitg, IpffjemfceE 4, 1886. .jfLJe-AW- 3.A-V .WSSC gJiAj , 1;YY1 or)' THE CKUEL MACHETE, A STORY OF THE LAST REVOLUTION IN CUBA. Terrible 1'ato Which Overtook a Uand or JXoblo Spanish ChivaIry-OIislvo Trom u liravo Chlcasoaa Shadows rf a Starless Sight. "Bat the machcto means something to the Cuban," said the old don. "It isn't merely a rusty old relic It has drunk much "blood. Whenever it is dravm, either against tho soldiery or in riot, omebody dies. Do you want a little tale of the machete one that is true and ehowa -what avful havoc may be done with it? "Well, at the outbreak of our last re bellion here tho Spanish forces in the island made no headway against tho brave work of tho insurgents under the noble Cesnldcs, who, in October, lSZ, with but lifty other stoat hcart3 about him, raised the standard of independence on his plantation at Demajagus, and by Dec...

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