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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 10 November 1886

jWJWnffjJjin.toiwfBOCjiii f: Six WZiciuiu gailxj gastc : ctfuestfay JJfonmhifl, otfimxtar XO, 1886. 8 as r M. ?I. 3IITKDOCIC A 15KO., Proprietors. KEAIi ESTATE Ttt.YXSrXKS. The following aro tli3 real estate transfers recorded in tlio office of tlie Register of Deeds yesterday: J J Thomas to B Flesher, beg 043 ft s of no cor .j3 -27-le: thence s YJS ft, o G30 ft "VVm Mathewson to A L Thomas, lot 14 Mathewsou's add 0100 R O Hcnnig to Caldwell & Pollock, lot 5, Emporia ave, Mead's add COCO II R Moser to A L Houck, even lots 5S to 78 Record st JMaple Grove add 1 G W Sigman to E J 3Iorrison, lots 10 and Vi, elk 1, Wabash ave., Wash- ington ave 850 J Horn to H R Campbell, lots 22 and 24, "Washington ave., Lincoln st add 400 J Horn to S V Reigel, lots 10, IS and 20, Washington ave., Lincoln st add. . . GOO Win GreiiFenstein to C Demaries, beg. 4-i ft iv of nw cor lot 100, "Water st. GreifTenstein 5th add; thence s 2o ft, w25ffc, ii273 ft, o25ft 500 Junction Town Co to W L Lot-e, lots ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

Zoole t9s, 'H 8 8, ocl. e(y vgl. v. $ro. 151. WICHITA, KAKSAS, THURSDAY MORNING XOYEMBEB 11. 1886. WHOLE KO. 778. MUNSON 4 23 and 125 v. 12 10 Doz en nanciKei Embroidered Edo-es also 50 doz Embroidered Edges and Embroidered Corners, all At f A WRAP 1-1 Our Annual Sale of' Fine Wra THIS k Own all Our Goods MDNSON & - ' McMMARA Main Street: and -13 and Initial Corners; 11 s WEEK. mid Sell Them Orete chiefs ! Eaeh. S, WRAPS ! j tin-new proofs within a few irj McNAMARliffiK3H? I but trifle more expensive than tho; The President's Hule Not to Re ceive "Visitors Except on Official Business Goes into Effect Today Report of the Agricultural Depart ment for November. Secretary Planning Issues His Circu lar in Regard to Prepayment of Interest of Public Debt. The New Process of Sugar Matin; Now in Operation at Port Scott. Gives Promise of Important Results, The Yield Now Keiug Increased Fully 1'orty Pounds to the Ton. "Weather Report "Washington-, D. 0., Nov. 11, 1 a. m. The following are ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

v 2 Site tsatclxtla ailtj u$U: Jxxks&vq $Lovimm, ?lovztubzt XX, 1886. gaiwEgl M. M. MUKDOCK, Editor. THURSDAY MORNING. NOV. 11, 18S6. Hon. S. R. Peters' majority for congress in this, the Seventh district, as ascertained by official count, is 9,773. Senator Plumb takes the ground that the Cherokees cannot sell and that the govern ment AvilL never consent that the lands of their reservation shall be sold to a syndicate. We have received a written communica tion, or' rather lay sermon, from a corres pondent at Attica, but, as the Eagle is not engaged just now in adjusting differences between Democrats and Prohibitionists, we trust our esteemed correspondent will par don us for filing the article away for tho present. The first Confederate monument ever erected on the Gettysburg battle field .ar rived and was put in position on the 6th inst. It marks the position of the Second Maryland infantry at the foot of Culp's hill, the ground over on the Confederate left with Early's corps' ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

glue &icfrtla ai gagls: StoKs&gg frovniug, ovexribec IX, 1886. '4s miiWwlpt3l R. k. "time tables. St. I.., Ft. S. A. XT. K. K, EAST EOChD TRAI2.S. Train leaves VTIchlta 9J35 a. m. and 7 10p,m. Train arri cj from the cast. . . .S.10 a. m. and 7:20 p. m. VTESTBOUM). Train leaves 8:30 a. m. and S p. m. Train arrives 3:03 a. m. and 730 p. m. "Wichita A. Colorado. Train leaves for Ilutchlnson 9 45 a-m. and 7 JO pjn. Train arrives from Hutchinson.. 921 a.m. and 7:03 p.m A., T. A S. F. K. K. Arrives. Going North, Passenger ,7? p-m Solng Xorth, Accommodation ii:i a. m. 3olng South. Passenger XT?,- " Going South, Passenger .irJp'C?- Going South, Accommodation -V,p?r Leases. Going North, Passenger..... Ji?S"S" Going North, Accommodation Ji J,-1 Going South, Pa.-ven(jer.... o"m Going South. Accommodation i-?"S' Going North, Passenger -?J-m- Going South, Passenger .up. iu. Wichita a 'Wcstcni. Arrhes. No. 2. Mall and Express lis Sim! No.4,Exprps iiflr.ii in. -SVay'Frelght ULcivS No. 1 Ma...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

WSAKnteblSMIiHMB'SwMVM&l r Stcc tmicXiiiVL gailu vlqIc: glmvsam jftoKtOag, gtararolter IX. 1888. SairfeiBXe XT. 31. jIureock, Editor. R. 1'. livanocs. TJ. M. MURDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. THURSDAY HORNING. NOV. 11, 1SSC. All letters pertaining to the bnsincsa of tie printing house or bindery, or tor Information of advertising, cboold be addressed to the business raanacer; all other communications to the editor. The only Dally Paper In Soutliwwt Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the (Lty and night Associated Press reports la i ulL TJ2K3IS OF StriWClUPTIONS. DAILY BY KAIL, rOSTAOB ntEIMII). One copy, one year One copy, hlr month-. One copy, three ir iJ.8 ..$ 5(0 .. 4 .' .. 2i One copy, one mo...h ., By carrier, jKir year. lw By carrier, ttireo months - M Twenty cents per weelc delivered by carriers In the city. WEEKLY. One copy, one year. In the State, $100 Oae copy, six months .-. 50 TO ADVERTISERS. Our rates for &! ertlsins shall be as low as tho...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

Ixe WLxclxitn Sailij gsrjlc: S&ursdaij Sfcoruing,; gjatfcmfccr XX, VSSU. j.ia 51B?:?5 -' - SMm'T4TF i.Yirnfc 3a . ,T'r-M A-lvcrtN'-ments in this column will be charged for at ifc rate or Five Cests per line per vreefc. No ad iwtenu'iitt. taken for less than Co cent?, and will not bo in-.-rfel until paid for. TTXSIED. l ANTED Part of small store, or space In front T lnilovr for cactlr on ilaln or Douglas ave. Address, 1. S. Uerrv, Hutchinson, Kansas. 51-Ctt J ANTED To lilre a horse and delivery wapou TT for one moikh to peddle produce In Wichita. Address. J. A. Barnes, Wichita, Kansas. 51-Cti "TT7"AN"TED A situation as bookkeeper, or to do Y writing of any kind by a Iadv. A No. 1 penman. Can cive the best of reference AddressG.w.. P.O. box 471. 51-Ct inrTANTED-Tenant f or a flrst-clxs-s storo room on V the best business street in the city. Klesant location. Address P. O. box II J. Heal estate men need not apply. .l-GU "TTrANTED I'artles deslrouj of engaqlnz In a iwr- f rANTED Par...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

smmuMtKt irMiiumnimi nmrTinmrna glxc 'uSttctotn gaily gaglc : gjltiirstlaij S&osuiiiQ, 3Jo;ucmbcr IX, 1888 fr w. l: mcbee Eaole i t nrr EAGLE" ARegulaf AvakaeheS Goods Our House is Too Small to Hold Our Immense Stock.of DRY GOODS, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks Carpets, Ete. We Will Make Cuts in Every Department Until Stock is Reduced. Pure Fruit Extracts. Sedgwick County Abstractor. MANUFACTURED BY G. A. BLinn& Co. 2d. St. bet. Main & Market. For Kale by Grocers Generally. OLIVER BROS., Lumber Dealers Wichita, Kansas. -HMr"" Si e Company, t . -YARDS AT- Wichita, Mayfield. Wellington, Harper, Attica, G-arden Plain, Anthony, Arkansas City, An- dale and Haven. WEST WICHITA. For Bargains in Eeal Estate Call on . E. H. DEVORE & CO. VREDEITBURGH ' S M i&$z 3$ts3 SgfcAAlV 1 Masquerade Co'-tuim ami AVi I.inporlum. Will open for llio season XomjiiiUt 1st Jt'i a full and complete line of Costumes. WIs, JIaskt.tte., to rent for Ham, I'.irtit-S. ji-ukmux, etc. Our patron "11...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

" WW jFC MUfpAl gltc 'SaXic&ttn Jlailij 35aflle: JEhurscUnj looming, JJoBcntber XI, 1886. M4" Ipimaj MMW rv 4f?rYivTiS r.v MAKING LEAD PENCILS. DAILY CONSUMPTION BY THE COUN TRY ONE-QUARTER MILLION. Separating tho Graphite Dust According to fineness Mixing the Clay and Torc ing tho Coil The "Wooden Case and Filling It. The consumption of lead pencils in this country is estimated at 250,000 a day. This is at the rate of ono per day to every ICO of population, or about 78,000,000 a year. Graphite, which is tho softest substance dug from the earth, is taken in tho lump direct from the mouth of the mine to the reducing mill. Here it is pulverized by stamps under "water, thr particles floating off tvith tho "water through a series of tanks. It comes to the factory in Brooklyn in barrels, in tho form of dust. Tho powder is lustcrless and of a dingy color. It is finer and softer than any flour, and can bo taken up in the hand just as -water can, but is hardly retained more easily than ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 11 November 1886

8 'glxc WXithitit gai garjle : 2mrsrtnj gjg&omtiiuj, fovznxbcv XX, 1886. ? 3; 31. 3r. wrunocK a. i:no.. I'ropticfor. I:BAIj HSTATJ3 TK.YXSFEKS. Apples, I'olAtocs and Cabliase. TVc arc receiving car lot3 -weekly and aro prepared to suppl- the traic at the lowest tJOasihle prices. Send in your orders. dUO Gt Riciiardso:.-, Simox & Co., '23S IT. Main street. blk . 500 5500 ir,o 4500 1350 500 The following aro ths real estate transfers J raeorJe I in tbs ofnzn of th3 Itegisfcer of Deeds yesterday: Carey Park Land Co to A lies, lotsoS, 40, blk 1 Carey Park G Costlcy to C 11 Miller, lots 0, A. laylors add X F Xiederlander to E L Bullinger, lot 100 Seneca st Niederlander's add. C R Miller to E Costlcy, lots 3, 4, M of nw qr 2-27-1 vr W Graffeastain to E E Ilamilton, lots 1020, 1031 Bitting avo GreiTcnsteiu's 12th add SCO H Schwit?r to.G C Strong, blk U Schweiter's 2nd add 1503 Carey Park Land Co to C VY Graham, lots 41, 43, 45, 47. blk 4. Caroy Park. . J C "Wassinan-to It Mathers, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 November 1886

Soak- .. i iWmM. II han wis VCXL. V. KO. 152. MUNSON 123 and 125 -1,. SALE Nov. 12 00 Dozen Handkerchiefs! Embroidered Edges and Initial Corners; . also 50 doz Embroidered Edges and Embroidered Corners, all At A WRAPS, Our Annual Sale of ine W THIS k Own all Our Goods MUNSON 4 MoNAMAM Main Street. and 13 Cents Each WRAP; 13 SE WTB - E and Sell Tlieni (tatos. iP McNAMAB a .a;jLi WICHITA, KANSAS, S T 11 The Fatal Explosion of a Boiler Occurs in a Cigar Box Factory in Philadelphia Yesterday After noon, in Which a Large ITnmher of Men, Women and Children, Employes of the Institution, TVere Seri ously Injured and One Killed Cause of the Explosion Beinj the Filling of the Engine Eire TjOk Avith Sawdust, After "Which the Building Talcca Tire and is Partially Burned A List of the Victims. A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. A Boiler Bursts in a Cigar-Box Fac tory One Missing and Several Injured. "riLADKLPHiA, Nov. 11. An explosion occurred iu the cigar-box manufacturing company of Henry Sheph & Co., ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 November 1886

BwesaWBg'-" 'i mwi fce ;XicTxita gailxj garjXe: gWflas Iptomtaj, gowenx&ci; 12, 1836. 2 Mg -SS? si;g -V 31. 31. 3IUBDOCK, Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 12, 1SSG. Henry George is for free trade. Pow derly is for protection. Between the two the workingmen who arc divided on the tariff question arc in a quandary as to which shall he recognized as the leader. The Ft. Scott Monitor says: "The de feat -which Governor 3rartiu sustained in Jus own county is in no wise discreditable 'to trim. The vote of law breakers, al though they may be one's one neighbors, is not as desirable as the votes of honest, law-abiding people." The Chilian government has formally disestablished the state church of that country and announced perfect liberty to all forms of Christian faith. The catho licity of vital Christianity demands soul liberty wheresoever, and its march of pro gression will not be stopped so long as hu man laws attempt to bind the consciences of the human race or any portion of it. A day ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 November 1886

Site taatcWia: gatla gasle: ffrictag Wfrovuing, ovtinbev 12, 1886. I R. R. TOEETABLESi St. u. Ft. S. A. 'W. E. K. EAST EOUD TRAKS. Train lea Wichita 9iC a. m. and 7 40 p.m. Train arrivc3 from the cast....S 10 a. m. and 7:20 p. m. wxsteousd. Train leaves 6-30rum.andSp.ro. Train arm e3 9:03 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. "Wichita A, Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson.... 9 4' a ra. and 7.30 p m. Train arri es from Hutchinson. .3:2 a.m. and 7:05 p m A., T. A. S. F. K. X. Arrives. 3olng North, Passenger. 7 40 p.m. Going North, Accommodation UJIJ a.m. 3oing South. Passenger. '2ja-la Going South, Passenger ip,m Golnjr South. Accommodation iMy. m. Leates. Going North. Passenger. ,TP' Going North, Accommodation cJ Going South. Passenger nS"S 250 p. m. Going soum. Accominouauuu Going North. Passenger Going South, Passenger. ass a. m. 7 40 p. in. "Wichita A "Western. Arrives. . 820 a. m. . 7 13 p.m. .laiCp-m. leaves. .Etta, in. . 730 p. in. . 223 p.m. if o. 2, ilall and Expres3 No. 4, Express Way Fr...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 November 1886

2Tte WLxctdtti gaitjj gagXc : fsKiOatj gowiiiuj, gDowmlJci: 12, t8SQ. 4 Slp?lae IL H. JICR-OCK, Editor. K. 1. V. . 1-u ! liaiiagcr. 51. 31. M CDOCK & BRO., P"blis-iers and Proprietors. FRIDAY iiORNIHG. 2?OY. 12. 1890. ' All letters pertaining to the business of the printing honso or bindprr. or for Information of srivertulair. tiouid be nddrteQ to the M-Un master; ail Other IcaUr to the editor. The only Dally Taper In Southwest Knn or the Valiy rec-lvinc both Ilia day and nLflit sjIh Press report In full. OF SUBSTRUCTIONS. CULT 1ST MAIL, rOSTAOE rr3I. Oo copy, one year.. ..8 - W ... 4 W Oia vjiiv. six months Omii copy, three u.s Ono copy, one :no..th By carrier, per year .. 10 f'J rj Twenty cents per tv-cclr delivered by carrier In tho city. WEEKLY. Ono copy, one 7ear, in the fitnte, CI Oa. copy, six months - TO ADYEUTISERS. Our rates for Advertising shall bo as low as those of. jr other paper of equal value as tin advertising mo- -In-. . ... - . All transient advertisements mus...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 November 1886

ue BSCichita SaiXtj gaglc: grMntj sxxv&aQ, ovnixbtt: 12, 1S86. t A 'vertkcineiits Jn this column will le charged for .' thcrcUs of rive. Cent per line per week. No ad-, erli. Miont taXt-n for less than 2j cents, and trill not li lr.sertv.1 until paid for. V,"A'TED. ,' ' ANTED G I rl for general house work. TT photographer. Rogers. 132-6t "TTTANTED-Everyoae to know that Brittingham. the finest operator I ever had. H with me until after the holidaj s. Rogers, the photographer. 15i-6t WANTED-A good saleslady. V U.ilalnup stairs. Call at once. 131 132 et TTTANTED-T) good waltors: also 1st and 2d cook. W Call at once, 151 North Mala st up talrs.W6t "XTTANTED Young man to work in laundry. 151 W '-Mala st-upstairs. 1---5t WANTED-A Ktri wishing a good place for the winter, with light work and good wagw. to call at No. 115 S. Lawrence, up stairs. " -VTT ANTED-Part of small store, or space In front VV window for candy on 'n orDnSlM e. Address, D. S. Uerry. Hutchinson. Kansas. 51-tt. Addre...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 November 1886

Sttje Wtricmtx Sailij qU : rMay CoxniuQ, oxmrxbzy: 12, 18813 BAGLE ? y W. L. McBEE A Regular Avalanebe Goods to 6 PaaSwjXe HOME OF THE BANMA. HOW THE POPULAR FRUIT IS SHIPPED AND TRANSPORTED. Growth of tlio Banana Traffic lllslw of tho Trade Varieties of tho Tlantain. Toluo of an Aero of Bananas Tlio CropHotr to Cook Tliom. A fovf voeks ego I stood under a bunch of ripe bananas hanging from a beam in a houso in Catacamas, ono of tho most thrifty of Olancho pueblos. As a personal favor tho Indian owner of tho houso suspended for a moment operations on tho bedstead ho was Lowing out of solid mahogany, and sold tho fruit to mo for two reals. That was equal to twenty cents of American money. I can provo that tho fruit was paid for, for a dozen witnesses saw tho wholo transaction, and laughed at my companion -when ho jauntily caught hold of ono end of tho bunch, and let go to get a better hold. He had not expected that tho thing would weigh nearly or quito 100 pound.". The coniandante, i...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 November 1886

19 12 gfce 'oSIxjcTiitit gaily nqlz: griclmj IPforuiiirj, ommh 12, 1886. THE JUSSIIG DEED. I am a Grant .1 know there aro other Grants. A clumsy Englishman onco told mo that Grant was a very common name. There aro the Grants of Grant and the Grants of Dalvey; thero aro Grants in Edinburgh and Grants ia London. Alas! the Grants are a disinherited race, for their grandfathers, it seems, always squandered the fortunes which they ought to havo left to their sons. At least, I know that it was tho case of my own Grandfather. Had ho not played ducks and drakes with my inheritance I should now havo been but there, I am content to bo what I am,- Grant of Tullybardano, and never a dearer or lovelier home had Scottish man to dwell in. Jly wifo often laughs at , ms for being so fond of tho place. But then tho strangest event of my lifo is bound up with its possession. And surely I may well remember and b3 thankful for that event, for without it yonder lady with tho silver hair would scarcely 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. — 12 November 1886

m gfce W&icxiV& Sails n$lz : gfrMHy WtoridnQ, goawmlwa; 12, iS86. liX 8 5: 'T3 it $ t ;2 MS -ili ,tf i i & tS, 31. M. MURDOCK A 1JKO.. l'roi.rlctor-.. KEATj KSTATi: TKA'SFEKS. Tho following arc tha real estate transfers raoordeJ in-tha oHiso of tha Register of Doetls yesterday: L Sumption to E Gunt, lots CI, G3, C". 66, C'J, 71. bill 12, Orino & Phillip's add; also lots 5S to 72, blfc 11, Ormo & Phillip's all $ 6000 2 Whitman to J L Cummer, lots 38, 40, Fifth avo 170 Merriman Park Laud Co to 31 S White lot a blk B, Merriman park 1300 J C Mossniau to C E Martin, lot 11, Mossrnaiis add "0 C M Brooks to F S Brooks u i lot 1, Hillside ave, Ceaar sr, uouego uw add J W Boyd to J K Moll. 7u ft off u end Reserve H, Faid's add Arkansas Vallev Town Co to jI Howe, Iot2, blk 11, Valley st E Hume to J Si Flian, vr M s:v qr 23- 2D-.".w I C Wootai to 1 P Campbell, odd lots 145 tol5." Wichita street. English's 6th add J T Carpenter to J S Barnes, lots 34, .16, 40. blk 2; lo lots...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

1$V rH & & vi eSi fsQ a. .).. Jl al S 0 jfl r- IS S3 & WW WHOLE NO.'TTO. WICHITA, IvAiTSAS, SATURDAY MOEXCO, XOYEMBER 13, 1SS6. VOL. Y. KG. 153, 'VJ tj. W " i. f - MJNSON j2s and -i2S 3 A w? yJt,JLSJL,13 rninsij &?$ 5 H B8R. W I Un Slov. 12 a 3fB tally' 100 Dozen Handkerohiefe Embroidered Edges and Initial Corners also 50 doz Embroidered Edges and Embroidered Corners, all At 1 Lents WRAPS, "WRAPS ! Our Annual Sale of in THIS WEEK. We Own all Our lioods jsf MDNSON - A If A A -Main Street. T ,T7 and Y"- W Q O OjKj XJ 9 1 m Sell Iliem Onseki toNAMAB iA. 1 H fa I W raps STHKB-ROBBM. The Situation at the Chicago Stocn: Tarcls Unchanged "Yesterday. With the Exception of Ovlb Biot- ous Mod of Strikers At- tacldng an Imported Workman's Household Gooels auel De stroying Them Iv. of L. Con iiiittees arc Still lloldinir SeorefScsslons Jim. Cummings, the Supposed ..Express Robber, .13 Writes Another loiter Dated ftt Topelia, Kansas, Whic-h te Addressed to the Missouri" Kc- publi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

glte WCiclxiUx gailiT xcflc: Saturxlaij looming, gjqucmfccr 13, 1886. -"CTVfcagr- 3Ei . 'rggfSSgs- c gg&Mg & 31. 31. liable 3IUKDOCK, Jidiior. SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. K, 1SS6. Xut for the Equal Suffrage club to crack In what way does the human family re semble the goal? Anthony Republican. We don't belong to that fraternity; but ayHI guess; Because it has a head and it usually goes that tray". AN AFFLICTED C03I3I UNITY". It is now asserted that Alorrison's ihrce-hour-aud a-half speeches dining the cam paign contributed as much towards his de feat as Iiis horizontal tariff reduction doc trines and ideas. Perhaps so. At any rate the two together was more than his Il linois constituency could endorse and they unloaded the whole business. Col. Bill Hackney, Cowley county's in dependent state senator, recently said to the "Women's Equal Suffrage convention: I hope to sea the time when no wife will give her husband a warm dinner, a smile or n kiss until he declares himself in favor...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

z icMta gaiiaj &$&: jsixliirdaij aiming, gjoucmljcr 13, 1886. ci nr. T ft BSI&1& B. n. TIME TABLES. St. T, Ft. S. .. "W. K. It. KAST EOCD TEAKS. Tratn leaves Wichita 0.35 a. m. and 7 40p,m. Train arrives from the east S 10 a. m. and 73) p. m. WESTBOOD. Train leaves S .30 a. m. and S p. m. Train arrives g-tfi a. r and 7:3-p. m. AUcliUa, X Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson 0-13 .m. and 730 p m. Train arrives from Hutchinson. .04 a.m- and 7-03 p m a., t. a. s. r. k. i:. Arrives 3oIng North, F-enger 7 10 p. in. Going North, Accommodation 11-15 a-jn. 3oIng South. Passenger. 823 3. m. Going South, Passenger .7 40 p.m. Going South. Accommodation 2:30 p.m. Leaves. 7 SO p.m. .. ..12 13 p m. 825 a.m. 2 J) p. m. . .. . SSiSL.ru . . .. 7 10 p.m. Going North, Passenger Going North, Accommodation... Going South, Passenger Going South, Accommodat.on .. Going North, Passenger Going South, Pasbenger TYlcl.Ua A Western. No. 2, Mail and Express No. 4, Express .. Way Freight No. 1 K...

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