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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 November 1886

.r 'ghz WCmtiinnity i$U : gKvtxs&m $foxrxmQK ipxrjerofcer 4r, 1886. -a 8 -S8'4S l50jrs"JvS rrv &sSX5r .iWeJA j 31. . )H'J)Ol'K.V Bi:0.. I'foj.rli'toi-s.' RHAIi KSTATi: TRANSTSUS. The followm aro tli3 roal estate transfers recorded in tha oSbe of tho Register of Dctfdo yesterday: P Bailly to 11 Bailly' lot '.), Slalhe-.rson & Finfcliam's add r30:X) Sfc Jonesto jtLJ.i JJ.ivi:, io yj, oo, Pattio i: Hyde's add P E Dacy to It Rose, Jot 3 blfc: 4 N A EaglSi to I P Fran , lots 77, 70 DousI " ave, Englsh'.? add . , I Richmond to J .Sellers, lots 10, 12, Richmond avenue, Ridunoa l's add. J V7 Hin.ddlu to .T Lumhart, 120 acJca off s side of 5.r qr, tit, 2 15 w G. A. Hat Held to .. R. Daabcsu, lots 13, 14. Y, Morris st. Hatfield'.iadd... R. Hutchinson to G. VT. Churchill, lots 10, 12, 14, 1G, Fifth ave, Viola add... H. iinitzler to J. R. JDanhaii, Iot3;174, 174, 17'5, 17b, Wichita st, hv.'eUcr'd 17. V. Wise to E. Smith, lots 12-3, 130, lik S, Orms&PIiilim'i; add G. L. Soue to J...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 5 November 1886

SS&WWKimiltll jAj'lgSSgagg!BSgg5agS3a -. - euv Sddt e? i tf viS'i'3S2atoitr'rrS&?5B3Ss YOIi. V. 1STO. 148. MDNSON 4 123 and 125 s "3 oncieiiseo uMuj lUu Win I auux o 20 dozen Misses I lose; black au J colors, all wool, regular made; sizes 5 to 3 1-2, worth 30 to 45 cents a pair according to the size, all at the uniform price of 25 cents per pair. HOSIERY. 50 dozen Ladies Hose, all wool, not menao, black and cplors, regular made, fnil length worth 40 cents per pair at every store where they have thcin at all. at 25 cents per pair. iocs O 10 pieces of Carnelette. 42 inches wide, les3 than 80 cents in tho regular way; tno per yard. Dress 5 pieces Camels Hair, 50 inches wide, greys and browu3 with handsome borders, ionnerly $1.25 per yd. They won't last long at GO cents per yd. ress 10 pieces plain colors and 10 pieces stripe boucle to match advertised last week, at 29 cents, did not arrive. They will surely be here Monday and will be put on eale. Don t miss them. T? nnlra J 50 ...

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

" j "jer'"" tre 'UT&ithtin gaily gaglc: gfcidau gXamiiig, gotfjerofccr 5. 1886. 51. 31. 31U2CDOCK, Kdltor. FRIDAY HORNING. NOV. fl. 1SS0. COKKECTJON". Iu die article from the Kansas City Times upon Kansas journalists and also in the brief mention of it as they appeared hi these columns 3'csterday morning tncre were somy errors. Iu the coirmeut item it should have read "size" of his pocket book, icotcid of "use," etc., and in con clusion of the article proper the editor is made to say Ui..l he does not want any thing outside of his "name," etc., when it should have read "home." These mistakes, while they may seem trivial to the reader, are annoying and vexatious to the writer, inasmuch as they smack of an egotism un lookcd for in the modest gentleman, and not at all befitting the subjeel of this matter. Written for the Eagle. THE ENGINEER'S STORY. A rolling Plonc gathers no moss. Era poi ia Globe. And a setting hen never gets fat. Eldo rado Republican And the watched pot never bo...

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

-'-' wmmmKAiSiSSi gfcje WCiCtiiix aittj gaflle: xi&m toruxtxg, igavmbf& 5, 1888. -&, 3- tl 5W'' lailaf crr, ar sw? B. E. TIAED TABLES. St. I-, Ft. s. i. W. l:. K. HAST BOOT) TP-UX3. Train leaves Wichita 0 .33 a. ra. and 7 40 p.m. Train arrive frosi the east S.U a. in. and 7:2) p. ej. vtsst eozso. Train leaves , 5S)a.m.anlSp.m. Train arrives 93)3 a. m. and 7:3) p. za. "Wichita i Colorado. Train leaves Jor Hutchinson 9 13 a.m. and 7ilp m. Train arrivearom Hutchinson. ,2iM a.ni.and7iG p-m A.. T. A S. 1'. K. K. Arrives. 7 40 p. ra. 11.15 a. in. SCSii. m. ...7 -4) p. m. 2250 p. m. Leae3. 7 40 p.m. 12.15 p. m. 823a.m. 23) p. m. " S.2Sa.in. ." 7.40 p. in. Going North, Passenger Going North, Accommodation . Soin? South. Pashe.iger. Going South, Passenger Going South, Accommodation . Going North, Passenger Going North. Accommodation. Going South. Passenger.... .... Going South, Accommodation . Going North. Pa.--aser. Going Soath, Passenger "Wichita A Western. Arrives. . SSSJa-ra....

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

g hc ac&icltita gailtj iglc: Jfridaij pCoruiiXQ, gXoxTcmbjer 5, 1886. i ZZglZfrcgSF f Tlir, XATIOXAI, On-VJIPIONS. Hailsjl SftTsa-fYl's ,?HR'S-3"VW'V V- y J.SL3IraDoar, 1 B. P. uexjock. Editor. Busings JJansser. 3L M. JIUP.DOCX & BKO., Publishers and Proprietors. FRIDAY 2JORKIXG. 2JOV. 5. lfeSfi. Alii haiuci Iwinlil hit aflflrl other comrauuications to the editor. The only Dally Paper In bouthwpt Ksnt.'- or the Atkwwas Valley reccMns; both the day and night Associated Press reports ia. i iui. TKICMS Or SUHSCKITTIOSW. DAILY BY WAIL, rOSTAGU TOUEAID. One copy, one car.. one copy. PlxKtontlH One coi'V, toree rp i-l" . 2tt) One copy, oao mo .lit By carrier, per 3 car. .-. '"" Bj' carrier, tnreo montiJt v""i t TWtsatj-eeats per -wei.fc delivered by carriers mtu city. VKHKLT. One cepv, one j esr. in tie Slate. Ose copy, hix months 51 ta TO ADVXHTISES9. Our rat"? for advcrtUIng .hall be -s low as those of arjy other rajwr oi equal alue a3 an acrvirtuuig me All transle:.t advertisem...

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

MWh rTfT"n .i i-.sjt g .j-jt. i5iir!riiuwH jlT 7? !- a 2tc iclutrt ilciilij tujlc : fjrictai Sotning, gcmcmbcr 5. V8SU. v. ? ftc rii tj la Oil 111 I- OH 20 Si 23 ja to o: tl F a I ia 3D 1 Hi a ,-I r 'ie a a. ggmi sac .g:l-e V ,vert meet- In this column r. Ill be charged for a.r t-t- rat of rite Cents per line per week. Xo a.J ruristsucnts taken for lc-3 tliau. 23 cents, and wl rt t v Uverted until pi J fur. "WANTED. TTTAXTEI A man -ccjualated with city trado in TV retail groceries Apply . Bo-glas. HS-61 f AXTllD To rent about i-room cottage In caofeo V lorhoo Aildress. IvIh terms, lucatkm V(v aail f uU particulars, Win. 1 Bullaru. city. U!r6t "Wia . troaian cooi at once at 1 AJ.TKO To loan, at lovr rates, money Y and city property Kone always TTTANTED tmploysient by a -rg man 21 years V old. Haveaf.nr tnowledpe of tho f aniUare ana nnaertaerj DUstne-s. uavawrMru " .0-.- j at house and carriage patutlafr. and am r&igy TOt" , any fcind of worS atrcisonabSs wag. -A'f!., J. j M.n,Es...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 5 November 1886

-v - '"- " sj r ijSj-"-k. 'iC--'- ff . P-'i st .-. 1 l&zTmaiwm PJSsgHglte A TRUE IOYER OJ 1646. - Thsy say loving has gono out of fashion, 6irocthcart; then am I saro that neither you nor I can bo in tho fashion. For surely, if lovo bo out cf fashion, kissing must lilrc-vire bo; and that vas a kis3 you gavo mo tvhen you took leave of no (and sad leave it was, sxvcetheait!) both ray mouth and thino will testify. Your lips trembled, eweet, and tho teara stood in your oyes, and yet I loved that gentle quivering better far than even tho brightest smilo you ever gavo me, when first I saiv you sweetheart, ah, so long ago! Do you remember tho first time? You have blushed at it many times privateby, I'll warrant, for Ihero was neither sho nor stock ing on your foot. You -.vera daintily fording a swollen brook when my horse neighed, and heigh, presto! your gown was dropped, and" at sight of mc tho blood cams surging up in to your cheek. Sncethcart, that was long ago! Jiany a blush you ha...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 5 November 1886

---v ' - ""' - 1 gtac xicUxctnia SailB Saflle: & SPmnxittrj, gjcuenxlier 5. 1386. i EAGLE" fry gircmi 28t -v . r:r ' ' A A. C3-y A'V r l. ssattm 3e-J','-1.irgtj ir-r---.-t-r-w?Moiiaiw BAMOr VlCnlTA: rolSotvs TVho Couplo tho Cars. I was ivatchiug a bralicir.au coupling ars in the Grand Central yard the other ftenioon, when my neighbor, one of tho rincipal freight officials of the read, said : "You wouldn't believe it to watch that spert and nervy fellow risking his life, zat there is a, new car-coupler invented very working day of the year, and yet no atenc nas so lar l)een hit on that will re mix inc Avonc oi tiie nana m making a aupling. The couplings themselves aie inch better and safer thar thev u&ed to e when they consisted simply of a ring j nd a pin, but the work of making a oupung is still one of peril. ilMiy o .ic automatic couplings do very well for ,ght cars, but they cannot stand the jolt ag and jerkincr and the heavy strain of Xtdcd and ponderous cars, running no...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 5 November 1886

it-,?. . "v 'SsT a&' 'T "AT" -7 ? "'' -v - -- ? "- - STxo'emicTxitaiailajaflXe: ffrxcTatj Stomiii4 SowBmfor 5, 1886. -1 .4"- - ";"s"r - 3 .-sc: '&Ql& H. 31. 3iri:i)OUK A I1KO.. Proprietor-'. EEAIj IZSTATfi TKAIi'SFEKS. .Tha following arc tli3 real estato transfers recorded in tho ofllso of tha Resistor Decd3 yesterday: E M Conklin to J II Patterson, ccm mencins 49 rods s of n v. cor of n w 1-8 10 27 1 c, thence s 10 rod", o -10 rods, u 10 rod?, iv -10 rods $ 31 GrcuTenstem to J Shorn ood, lots 102o, 1027, Bitting ave, GreilTenstcin's 7th add W MBovrby to LI HWdin, o of s .o 10,27, so v IV T Broughton to "W II Fry, lots loo, 157, 159, Fannie a ve, Burn's add M J F.owly to n e 17. 2S 1 L E "Wcoliuan to J P Bauseimau, blk B, lots V,, 4, 5, C, Brown are. Brown's sub-div H Sclisitzler to SS Miller, lots U, 71, 73, 75, 77' 79, 81, So, S3, 87, Ida avo. Lincoln st add CCx Chamberlain to SG Fisher, lot 2, 400 000 200 250 7200 4000 1000 blk S, Lawrence add 1000 G ii Itonse to J J ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 November 1886

iya-sinr tcra, -it ,tit-,l r .pfth- t twnia'Riag'a Tws,ajT'g$ajqa&iuiv m a un "'Biaa ' tfl "J jQau j' "uasM-a jjowsaw ?..wiuiiiaairtMag'uiiw '5wyr,g'!y jO-ohpw W3g!wjiMwaaiiwiMin ' y ; yMang rtfjimm JWjM;MuwM)MjiuEiwiuijagjM.'gi3g x -r YOXr. Y. XO. 147. WICHITA, KAXSAS, SATURDAY MQPJOXG, XOYEMBEK 6V1886. WHOLE sTO. MUNSON 4 .123 and 125 Condensed WILL ILL II HOSIERY. 20 dozen Misses Hose; black and colors, all wool, regular made; sizes 5 to 8 1-2, worth 30 to 45 cents a pair according to the size, all at the uniform prwo of 25 cents per pair. HOSIERY. 60 dozen Ladies Hose, all wool, not merino, black and colore, regular made, full length worth 40 cents per pair at every store where they have them at all, at 25 cents per pair. DRESS GOODS, 10 pieces of Camelette, 42 inches wide, all wool, new colorings, never sold less than 80 cents in the regular way: tne biggest thing on earth at 49 cents per yard. Dress 0 pieces Camels JTair, 50 inches wide, greys and browns with handsome bard...

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

xt cittota gailij kqIc: tur&gg 9orixiii0, f&otferolrer 6, 1886. 2 3IUBDOCK, Editor. SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. G, 1886. THE HEW POOLING TOINT. Wichita Must, Inevitably, 1'ecomc the r-V Southwest Polar. The readers of the Eagle will very dis tinctly remember that some two years and a half ago when this paper first opened up its Yigorouq war on the railway policy of the western trunl lines which compelled all Kansas to pay a local rate from and to Kansas City s a general pooling poini on nl clasFes of freight and without regard to tuc distance 01 iau uaui tnuu .-. 31. 31. City, that we then said that the logic of old slave states, we learn with amazement ' t &Sh A-A. Tal events the development of the southwest, that she furnished a larger number of so!- ' ral manaser, and James Smith, more particularly, would force a new pool- re particularly, woum lorce a x.u uux- ms point anu mat uuu pumi nuu.u Wichita, because of her leading position and from the fact that all the trunk lin...

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

"g'tl.i-i'.Jl'J g!!"fu' Li" "UH-'CJ "i niVl.-1 a"? r q;ixc ictota gailjg "galc: ittiirtlay itomiing, IJoaenibcr 6, 1886. rvH3!ir2i13SF"t- svW- Mu i m A A B. 3S. time tables. EAST BOUSD TRAIN3. Train Icarcs Wichita r 9.33 a. in. ami 7 -Dp,-. Train arrives from tho coat... 3 10 a. m. and 7:20 p. in. WEST EOC5I. TrelnlcaTM S:30 a. m. and S p. m. Train arrives 3j03a- in. and 723 p. in. Wichita A Colorado. Train lea-rc for Hutch insoa. ..S 13 a.m. and 75) p ns. Train arrives from Htxo:i..4 a.m.and iffipa A., T. X S. r. It. ... Arrivca. 3olng North, PassenRcr . i7.5'S' Going Korth, Accommodation oJ?"2r Solng South. Passenger -'Si.T.Tn Going Souln, PasaenKcr..... ntTm Going South. Accommodation ji. Going North. Passenger J'S Going North, Accommodation "' s-am. Going soutn, 1-Ci8cnger Going South, Accommodation Going North. Passenger Going South, Passenger. 623 a.m. 2 .33 p. s ESa.m. 7 i J p. . AVIchita A "Western. Arrives. 3:20--m. . 713p.m. .1205 1'-ni. Leases. . S 15 a. m. . 7i-1p.ni. . ...

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

glxe mtxchxtix gailu ctQU : Matxxicdhii SXomitig, Iterates. X8S6. Ws s etyr... .ir XXQ tf. SL Muedock, Editor. K. P. AiCRuocx. Biwlnfl J'annser. M. M. MURDOCH & BRO., Prfblisliers and Proprietors. SATURDAY MORNIXG. NOV. 0. 1SSG. All letters pertaining to the business or the printing fcoaso or bindery, or for Information of ndvertMnir, hould Se udilrosed to Uio bttsiness manager; all Other communications to tlie editor. The only Dally Paper In Southwest Kmina or thp Arkansas Valley receivinB botli the day and idgnt ACH?uiCfi iTnw rej-uii in " TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS BA1X.Y BV MAIL, TOSTAGE rKBTAJD. Oaa copy, one year.. One copy, six montlis Oaeeopy, three n- lis One copy, one mo Ji By carrier, per year S8W . 4 (i . 2W '. 10 in tiy carrier, uireu jmjii "is --- Twenty crnts per week delivered by carriern Ic the 2,-ri city. WEEKLY. One copy, one year, in the btate,. One copy, six months SI f 50 TO ADVEKTISEKS. Our rates Tor advertising Khali Ik: &3 low as those of any other paper...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 November 1886

3-rr-'-iTn r v -; - Rfi Ixe ugftxfrita gaili gcrgle: Jtolrtrtlay &0rtriu, gXsxicnite 6, VSS6. t. T 1 rft - jaHXii Adverti-'-ments 5a this column trill be charged for At the rat. r Fire Cents per line per 'week. 'o ad veniwmci.k tken for less than 2j cents, and will r.n tf '.ns-rtctl umi! pan! for. "WAITED. ANTFD Br youn? married mm, nice room. y fumbhelor unrnrnisliol. with boant. Private family preferel. Call or address iloalt-r Safe and, Locfc Co , 127 Main sr. HT Ct "TYr-aTED Cattle "We have romc Que land, no V Incumbrance, to trade for cattle. A half sec tion; One farm, to trade at ca.-h prk's- Jloseley & Jacqnes, room I.o.Sil E. Doubles ave. U-6t VCTANTED A pood too at the Nlcfcle Plate Ke- I I itiuiaiUf . tiuur,.'. ifcfti.. ..... - w In ' required. Jlo-Lley & Jacques, iwm No. SI l East uougus ave. 117-121 TVANTED-A pood skirt trimmer. !U pay a ctwi V price. Sirs. 1- J. :ol. a. Jlarket st. H-- -TTTATTED-A man acquaint! with ciy trIe In V retail procrj. Apply &W ...

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

6 She jsxO&cMte, gailg kqz: aturrtai Iftoruititj, gCjouewxXrer 6, 1888 -ss'45i w&$ A PAYMASTER'S STORL I hed been -waiting a vrcck ct Jefferson for instwcliom from Washington. I had writ ten for permission to go to New Orleans, as I Iiad relatives th-iro -rith whom I -wished to pass tlio vinter; but at the end of the -week my' hopes were all nipped in the bud bv the following missive: "Majoh: You -will proceed at once to Fort Stetson; thence, with all possible dispatch, to Fort Carson; and thenco to Fort Kearney, at which jxcts you will pay off the enrolled men and officers, and also settle all duly authenti cated hilli against the office on account of provision, forage, camp and garrison stores, etc. "It L particularly requested that ycu will bo careful and eract in 3'our return of esti mates for the coming winter months. "Capt. Goodwin will detail for 3-ou b-ach c:ort as j-oa may require "J havo the honor to hi, etc., 'G. P. Bovtma:, D. l 3L G., 'rSIajor and Paymaster, U. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 November 1886

gtxe maictoiia gailij gagle : SatxxrcUuj gJXorrihig, gloMcmber 6, 1886. Sagxe SMITHSON & CO. ROBBED BY GUIDES. COURIERS WHO FLEECE AMERICAN8 TRAVELING ON THE CONTINENT. Confession or Ono Who Has Bono Slucli Stealing Uotr it Is Done Advico to Thrw Who TVi-.li to Make : Cheap Trip. A fevr clays ago I wo3 speaking on the sub ject o Americans on the continent to an ex perienced courier, from whom I glerinclscra3 information that mav have some interest for your readers. Ho had just eoaio hero from Paris, after having escorted a St. Louis fam ily through the chief terras and places of in terest in France, Germany, 6-svitzeriand end lly, and seemed very ell pleased -with tho financial results of the journey. "TTou make some money at this business cf yours, I presunw1? said I, vrith an air of af fected indifference. "I should think I do," aid the clever courier, twisting his features into an expres sion of diabolical cunning. "I have a good pile at the Credit Fouckr and in the Italian g...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 November 1886

8 STxje CijcMtalailSatjXe: MatuxClim WoymiriQ, &w&rribkv 6, 1886. ?J. Vi. MUKJsOCEAJlKO., Proprietors. ItEAl, KSTaTJ; TItANSFEUS. Tlia following ai-o tlia real eitata transfers reco.vbdinftha oTi;o of ths Roister of Doefo yesterday: J P Thomas to VTJ Graham, b at n o cor 23, 24, le, thence O'J'J feet, s 3-15, o 030, n 3 15 ft to bg, 2,750 L It Fiuke to Wichita. Coal and Fuel Co, lots IS, 20, blk e, Aca lemy add. . 2.'0 J Rich to I G- jliltuer, lot s;, Douglas avo. MathewsonV add 18,000 N Block to W Sclnreisser, lot 29, Mam st, Griffithiastiu's add W Schweisser to ' Block, lot 23, 3mm st, Grilliinstiifs add J McAfeo to J 31 Welsh, lot A, Wash 3,000 3,000 300 COO 1S00 ington ave, HarvttV s add J A Bro-.vii to C C Wjite, lots 13. 17, blk S, Goddard add "V. O. Brewster to J. A. Brubaoker, lobs 1, 3, 5, 7, Faauic avo. Breuster's add S. D. Falictt to E. D. Parsons, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, S, Parson's add W. S. McClenathan to E. G. Beubler.- lots 33, 3-j, Zimmcrly's 2nd add E. P....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 November 1886

uo WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOBNISTGr, XOVEMBER 7, 1886. TVHOIiE XO. 775. VOL. Y. 3TO. MS. MUNS ON 4 123 and 125 TV o ie se lor rme ise for The House for Selected for the Fine Retail Trade. "We pause in the hurry and rush and hustle to call your attenti on to the fine goods we have bought for you. Our bargain man has "caught on" to a big lot of them for you this week and they will be all ready for you Monday morning, but our advertiser sees piled to a mountain's height, fine and elegant goods that seldom get men tioned in the papers. None but the regular visitors to our house can keep up with this constant change and daily arrival of rich and elegant fabrics. EVENING TOILETS. Plushe, Failles, and surahs reign supremo iu ruby, dahilia, mikado,jold, pistnche, cream" Flieil, salmon and sky shades. Granilures ot crystal or Ro man beads to match, or in contrast. Languages fails to describe the loveli ness of theso costumes when designed by our modoist. But lot us pass on to the more sombe...

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

glxe TMichxVx ai gajgXe: Mnu&ai burning, gjjjoirjerofcer 7, 1886, H. M. JIUKDOCK, Editor. SUNDAY MORNING. NOV. 7, 1886. The proposition to hold a convention for the purpose of changing the state constitu tion was voted on in Ixw York last Tues day, and tois carried. Respectfully dedicated to the late Demo cratic (?) candidate for state auditor: De strongest tiling aint alius de hest. It's de areen persimmon dat draws upyer mouth. It am stronger den the ripe one, hut it ain't haf so good. IAXE "WE FOK WHAT? Br SIAJOR SIACXAJIARA. ilr. JIurd. so it is btated, "accepted his defeat gracefully." Considering that 3Ir. Hurd has been defeated five times out of eight lie ought to have acquired some grace in that direction. Iv. C. Times. Jcsso. The grand old Republican procession oes marching bravely on, receiving ac cessions to its ranks in its progress. The contribution to its sturdy columns of five congressional representatives from hitherto staunch old Bourbon Virginia, and two ad tio...

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

& 5 -- y .! -yyV'g? 'gfce Wichitzt aily gagls : jfxttutmj Coming, goiTjember 7, 1886. 4 'Y & rrH jmtf &&& e? E. E. THEE TA35LES. St. I,., Ft. S. IV. K. K. EAST BOCXD TRAIS3. Train leaves Wichita 035 a. m. and 7 W p.m. Trai arrives from the cast. . .h 10 a. m. and 7:20 p m. WESTBOUND. Train leaves S0 a. m. and S p. m. Train arrives 9303 a. n and 723Q p. m- "VVlclilta A. Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson ..OK a.m. and 7.50 p m. Train arrives from IIutc!ion..y4 a.m.ad7-05 p m A.. T. A S. F. K. K. Arrives. 7 40 p.m. 11 15 a. m. ,. .. Sa. m. 7 40 p. m. ... 230 p.m. Leaves. 7 40 p. m. 115 p. m. ... 6:25 a.m. .. 2-p. m. . iiSa-m. ' ".. 7 40 p.m. 3oIng North. Pas-enser Soins North, Accommodation . 3olng South, Passenger. Going South, Passenger doing South, Accommodation . Going North, Passenger (Joins North, Accommodation Going South, Passeueer Going South, Accommodation . Going North, Passenger .. Going South, Pisnnger A Ichita A 'Western. Arrives. . S3a.ni. . 7 15 ...

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