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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

Slxc WXicMtci gciilij gagle : Stoinsdaij XovniiXQ, ftoenxlm 13, ISS6. 5 s-V'V s -v s- S"'V' rs-r K. 7.L Mcanocn, Editor. 1 R V. hUOBOck, , B:l!:i.s yanapcr. ?,i. ii. iruiiDOCK & Biro., PulJs3ierB -atl Proprietors. S ATCRDAY IMOPJ-rSG. SOY. 13, l&g. All le:ur pcnninlnc to the lnslna&5 of tlw printing 10 iweoi tunatTv, or for Information f a-lteriMnj;. i i ouM b- mlIrVse'i to tfie IjiiMnon Manager; s:J . her comniuniclio to tne cihor. The only Uniir i'apw in bou4nv,t Kansas or the ArfeanviN V.iIIiy receiving: luth the dajr nad ulgat ArsochKi-tl Pns-s reports lis full. TI;R3IK OF SUZSCMVXIOXS. rtiA fv.n-r ... vvdr. ......................v -J Onecoji. six monrii One copy, t:irpe:r . Onecoiij, 't:c :no ..!i By carrier, i r year i " SM lirtittxiitaptr'ttfeh .lcliwod by carriers m the city.' TV2SRI.Y. Cn copy, nnc yoar. In the -State,. Cks coj.j , fci moatas $10" 3 TO ADViiRTISEUS. O-jr rat- for 1 vcrtfcslng ?bH o; as Iott ; t:oe of enj c-i it .-; ajnr of equal rsliwas s.nac!er...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

Site "Sctlicmta uttu -gaflte: iixurxia g&onmia, goucmBci; X3. vBSB. XXs i ' I :i lb: milium s lit bv eluuoil lor nui per Hic icr week- ?.o art -' J tharf 25 cents, and ivill n i-a'd fur. ti ur W ANM'iil). "YlANTED Drwrnakluc Any one wlshloK tine 'it -es matte. or starts wartc and triairocJ -., .I Uo well to !! on lire. E. l'MiUtr. room "i up n-JrUt-.c.Y. Sv.lth blue. No. SH S. Mala. CtttUn a-dU'i i,- Bpecfciitr. Mre. E. Pcllllps, lrew:nafccj-. IS'-Cr "YT7"AVI OJ-A man to cut hedge ar.i c!an up lan-l. Apply to Hardy Solomon. 3H Ix-egU. avnue. IJ8-U TTr-VN'rKt A warm f nrnlsed room f r ths lntr 1 V l-x ji-lra'e fatal!-, by r. elagla man. AMress, I, Zl B , 1 jefc box 3.'T. city. - lSV6tt XlANTD-Sealcl proposition from property t V own- for iu51e!ent land, not 1pm than W it. can'' b to .iiUt a prTajanut lteoevotaat Hotao at. 1 J - ial. Proportions to ba siint to taj offlv t tj,i Lcn. . olcus. ttoiuf, 5J5 X. JjIi iX isr-q "n OTCD A"e have twetty ijod aleaiea v. Sh M h 4 p?itlcn. Appl...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

In 'ghz WtitMte ailij gagle: Saturday glomiiiuj, 2Jo:ucmlJcr 13, 1888 ARefinilajp-AvakneheS Goods k C 5 A S T- " 9 "T TT T -wr -m m -a -. - "V - 0 - t. , Zl -1 ,H I I r I i M M : THE CHILD'S TOYS. Jry iitt!eEon, -.vbo looked from thoughtful eyes, tuiu R:oveii and spolce m quie wise, Ea ius my law tho seventh time dfcobey'd, struck liiia, ami dismiss'd With hard rords and unlass'd, His mother, -uho was patient, being dead. . Then, fearing lest his grief should hinder sleep, I visited his bed, And found liim slumbering deep, Willi dari:en"d eyelids, and their lashes vol Trom hL late sobbing Tret. And I, with moan, Kissing avray Lis tears, left other:, of my own; For, o'i a "tabic drawn beside his head, IIo had put, within his 1 cadi, A box of couiiteri and a ied-veind sioee, A piece of glass abraded by the bench, An 1 ' is t . '"i --.hlK A b jttlc with bluebells, And two Trench copper coins, i-anged thei o with careful art. x'o comfort Lis said heart. . ) when that right I pray'd T ) ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

.- M.anro- ytc Wtichitn gailij aatc: Sainrclaij Pfomxiiis, oaremlijer 13, 1886. HXIOYIM w. .- & i$ THE CRUMB BRUSH. Tt was tho crumb brush did u'l tho harm. STou know tho white hciso hah- brash, with an ivory back and handle, tho shapo of a reap ing hook or a Turkish saber, they uso in middle-class houses when tho servant, or some times the lady of the house or her daughter, goes round tho tabic brushing the crumbs oil the cloth after dinner before the dessert is set on tho table. "Well, the brush was my ruin. I had not tho slightest intention of marry ing. At 23, you understand? I had plenty of time to think about that The head cleric in the oflice a real good fellow, who, used to forge my name on the presence sheet when ever I was late had often told ino so. "If I were you I should not marry at all. I and a family man, l had to set lo work m earnest, uood-by to tho charades m Tho Slonde Illustre. Now I had to plunge up to my neck in those revolting documents. I am working up t...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 November 1886

JtoucmlJci; 1886. 8 mTT"P 7M J 1 a n irik W ?Ti" 'AL J o AA H p hJjrJ.. A yi Fl 111 O AM. LO 'It it -v fit A5 -S-A- yn r &. ilUAIXJllJllMJ) in. And this tune it Trill causa as much M. 31. IUKIOOK A ltttO., Proprietors. 2JTxc tixtUcUtta gaily garjto : Attuning SSforuiufl, SL,(S &r 'Sgaeqa? csrT ir . IK: &&& a s S-k -s R B-'l i 1 L li J.I;AIj kstate tkaxefexs. la. fol'jwie.5 ar. th reii esf-t-J transfers rijr.I-lin tin oHi;i '? tin Rjistir of Deeds 3'esteraay: T Howell loEM Thorna?, lots 11! and IIS, Fifth ave. North park add J Phillips to J S Forte, I&fcrt, 3,3 4, blk 1. aUo lots 1, 'J. ", 4, blfc 2, Capi tal hill aid - - - - Junction Town Co to IT. Hitfcings, lots K5, 17, blk 1. Iota 5, G. blk 10, Junc l inn Town Co add 03G 1500 50 .Tjiuctio.i To,vq Co to :. A Lovlau, lots ;', 4 5 ;. blk !". Junction Town Co add....- -"- T S Tnit to B B Taritou. lots . 10, 1 1. V2 l:j, blk 4. Perry's add 8390 13 J tfteel to S J Tellar, lt 10, blk 17. Cheney 2 L 21 Fiu to J li...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

VOL. V. NO. 154. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUXDAY MORNING, NOYEIBEK 14, 186. TVHOLK NO. 780. MUNSON I 123 and 125 Well Sell v I Oil 1 s r 1 f 1 Is I Hit We liave just opened an immense assort ment of knit goods, including Infants' Misses' and Ladies' Toboggan Caps, Hoods. Fascinators Mittens and Leggins. These goods are from the best maker in the coun try, and run from the cheap goodsup to the very fine. Quo let of Children's Clonks., sizes to 12 venrs at 75 etuis. Ono lot of Children's Honks, size? 1 to 12 vearj nil at tho uniform price ot -"lo0 Oho lot of Ot1' "Xewmrirketssizer 12 o 14 vwirs i 3.50. fno. rasp go ml blue and gold prints at 5 cents per yard. One bt of 'ill-wool liair Lino Stripes blue and red. brown and 'd, green and red, 40 inches wide :it G7 cent?. One lot Jersoy H-ms, all color-, worth 2o cents, all at 17 cents each. Nev Plushes "and Trimmings-r-very hand some goods are just opened. WE HAVE A We are 'closing out NEWMARKETS Short wraps are the fashion and all our New marke...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

2 S&e xxcTxxia gailij gaglc: ikutxlmj SPoruing, gjooxemfcer I4r. 1886. SI. 31. MUKDOCK, Editor. SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 14. 1RS8. "Wellington thinks it is in a condition to compete with Wichita. Exchange. The fable of the toad and the ox is re spectfully commended to the thoughtful consideration of our aspiring neighbor. Some fellow has gone to far as to predict an extremely cold winter in Kansas. Exchange. He was a Kansas Democrat, for a chestnut. Almost simultaneous with the announce ment of the selection of Prince Waldemar of Denmark to succeed Prince Alexander to the Bulgarian throne, by the conven tion called for that purpose, comes notice ofthc3-oung prince's declination of the honor and position. This will revive the hopes of the adherents of the deposed prince, who have steadily clamored for his recall regardless of the consequences. There does not appear to be an- very clear sailing immediately before that distracted, not to s:3" beleaguered country. The Hutchinson Xews of...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

rrp- - --s-5sc-j r'"f" '$&J-f"2fg&i?!ZfiZ&rip'jf: Tu XicMta aiTij gagle: JatucTmj forixiug, tJotrcmfrer X4-, 18S6. 3 HMia- gjailajsB: liable R. K. TIME TABLES. St. Ii., Ft. S. A. W. U. It. KAST BOUND TVS. Train leaves Wichita 9.35 a. m. and 7-40 p.m. Train arrives from the east.... 8.10 a. m. and 750 p. m. west boc:.d. Train leases 8.30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Train arrives 9-03 a. m. and 750 p. m. "Wichita. X Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson 0 45 a m. and 7:30 p m. Train arrives from Hutchinson.. 9:21 n.m. and 7:03 p.m A., T. S. F. K. JJ. Soin:; Uorth, Vasscnser Soing North, Aecomniodntlou . 3lolng South. Pa.vencr Going Sow h, Passenger Going South. Accommodation . Coins North. Passenger Oolnx North, Accommodation. Going South. I'uvsoujrer Golnj? South, Accomirodution . Going North. I'a-eiisGr Going South, l'ass.-nRcr Arrives. .. 7.40 p. m. ..ll:lr a in. .. 8-i'in. m. ...7.10 p. m. .. 2.3 p. m Leaves .. 7. U) p m. ..12 11 p m. . 8a in. .. 2 J J p. m . 8 a. in .. 7:'.0 p....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

' JTic 'Sc&tcMta gailrj hqXc: MxntVd$ Eloruiug, fjowemlrcr 14r. 1886. SaiPaxjXe K. M. UtTKDOCK, Editor. R. P. CRlxjCK, M. Al. AIURDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. SUNDAY MORNING. NOV. 14, 1S&0. , All letter pertaining to the Sus!ne3 of the jirintliv hous-or blmlery. or for inrornwtlou bf advertising, hould tw utldrussetl to Oie business manager; all tMT communication! to the editor. The onlv Dally Pnn;r In southwest Kausfm nr th. Arknnis"Vallev rwelvliiff lK.Uf the day and nijjht AMueUted Press reports in full. TEKMS OF SUCSCUIPTIONS. L'AILY BV KAO, rOSTACn I'ttEPilD. One copy, one year 8 3 l') Onecopy. sli month w One copy, three ir ..Jts Jy One copy, one mo. .h By carrier, per year. J '." By carrier, three months Twenty cents per week delivered by carriers In the city. WEEKLY. One copy, ono j ear, in the State,... Owe copy, six months 81 Cm Si TO ADVEBTLSEHS. Our rates for advertising shall be as low as those of any other paier cf equal valuers an advertising m...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

V""" -zgx ", ",.' 'Itc 'g&licfrila i)ailij gaglc: Mm day omiiia, gJoMCiufcer 14, V886. "'"". "s.v ""'"'" -55$ -U- CT'' ni5JC '&ttXJA -ri it myitis iii :'! .cnlunfn will be charged for .-.t. f tlieCwis por line per week. Xo ad meats t:A"ii for less than "." cents, and will uissrtei usi:il paid for. WAITED. T ANTED A younc; man well posteJ with the real esttr and insurance business to work on Interest. Address iu full B. 15.. this office. 151 t TTTAnT0-Speclnl inducement, for a few rfav T only, two .M-acrcs desirable eollce hill prop erty, lo tk'fauhl at a sacrifice. It is to your latere to call at Kaufman's, 3I" East Douglas avenue. 15-it J""" ANTED A situation as se-imstress or to do lipht W hou e vvwi'-i-ic a private ramiiy naere i m no: be exposed. Address ll.li., city, any time next wees. dl3l-l "WTAXTED A lady room mite, one who Is em VV ployed during the duy. Xo. 23i Aorih Jjalu street, up stairs, room 1-5. di-i-w -T AXTED-A tlrst class dry iw wtman for V V our lre rim-...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

'r'-'V-' r "? H 6 xz Wichita gailij gaofre: Sitnxtaij vglowmiQ, ovtiubev X4, 1886. ssMte ' 1 W. L. McBEE, FOR EMERGENCIES. gaitijr fgaxjXe 7 A f T TZr 9 J LlsJr. Or JLv JZL A SHELF AND THE THINGS THAT SHOULD BE KEPT THERE. Remedies That are to lo Kcady for Sudden Sicliness A List of 3Iedicines and Their Ubes Tilucigc, Cement, Shoe 1'olisli, Eta. If there is anything that adds to one's com fort in an emergency, il is a closet shelf pre pared for emergencies. That is clear. Acci dents, nervousness, sudden pain, midnight calls for help, parcels that -rant doing up, broken crockery or ornaments, all find a ready answer to then calls on this carcf ully prepared shelf. It is so easy to prepare and keep in order, can Lo fcnall or large, as ono decides to confine its contents to a few things or enlarged to many. I intend to givo a list for the smallest one that I think it advisable for any one to keep, bo she keeping house or boarding. First of all come tho things lliat are to bo ready for ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

- Vtvl ltc 'Scgictota paily ac(lc: JtatcUttj Homing, fjcwcm&er 14, 1836. 1IAKIXG WALL PAPER. THE METHOD BY WHICH COLORS ARE APPLIED. THE IIoiv Ground Color ia Distributed A "3Iica." Coat Alacliincs "Wliicli I'rint from T o to Ttvelro Colors at a Time. Hand rrintiii". The paper on which the designs arc printed is manufactured especially for this purpose, and is of varying weight. It is received in large, heavy rolls, resembling the rods of paper used in newspaper offices. This paper is first passed through tho 'grounding' machine, where tho ground color, be it light or dark, is applied to tho surface of the paper by roll ers, and then is nibbed in and thoroughly distributed by means of a set of brushes, some of -which move from side to side, while others arc stationary. Some of the improved machines can apply this ground color to two rolls at the same time. If it is desired that the paper shall have the silvered appearance seen in some papers a -mica ' coat, as it is called, is a...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 November 1886

wafctumiiiTiTi. m in ,i.iii mxxMMii mi wawcea VS-t -- " -V '3-'' v 5t-4.--'- -if -m.M. y-ii-Jj 'if' 2lic XictxitH.iails hqU : SmUlajj taming, ;toujctttfcer I4r, t886. 3 "- - .!- -PgSUES-' gailS at3'. -y 31. M. IlL'KDOriCX HKO.. I'ropdcfors. itKAi, estatk tuansfeks. Tfaa following are tua re.il estate transfers rcordsl in the office of the Register of Deeds yesterday: C it Lousuiillcr to S. C Sherman, lots 40r42, Grove st. Park lTaco add D L Douglas to T Howell, lots :13. 37, Central ave, Stiller's add MM Granger to T A Berry, lot K, Pirk Island 2d add E Giant to J A "Wilson, lot G2, Main st, Grei il'enstien's add i00 S3o 1 4000 TV S Woods to J 31 Crank, lot 13, blk 1, Greenwich 10 J G Bright to V Ulil, lots v, rj, n asu-iu-ton ave, McAfee's add L C Wood to J G Bright, lots 27, 2!), Washington ave, McAfee's add It "W Elmore to A Crov. ."5 ft of s side lots 15, 47, Puttie ave. Hvdes add... S L Sippit to A A Hyde, lot 2, 4, (!, 8, 10, 12, 14, 10, Volutsin ave Lippitt & Aldrich's ad...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 November 1886

-g-tS. - AS Mmk WICHITA, KAN'S AS. TUESDAY MOKNTBTG, NOYEIBEK 16, 1886. "WHOLK NO. TL. VOL. V. XO. 155. 2S? 4 v BKf Z3 fed a 11 11 I II IB ffi$3i3 tWWZafflmm taiHBBBMil1rlIBMfcps-JnSi,itAii'i!iirfes. LLP! I I I 1 I I I BPlu ..IPaaBglEMJi .Igg - - 9--?mwvw m:mmmM-s&Ukx2mmr v MUNSON 4 12 and 125 We'll Sell You h 1 i i 1 1 It 1 II L. 2 "We tave just opened an immense assort ment of knit goods, including Infants' Misses' and Ladies' Toboggan Caps, Hoods. Fascinators Mittens and Leggins. These goods a.re from the best maker in the coun try, and run from the cheap goodsup to the very fine. One lot of Children's Cloaks, 4 to 12 years at 75 cents. One lot of Chitdroirs Cloaks, sizes 4 to 12 years, all at the uniform price of SI 50. One lot of Missf" XewmarketSjSizes 12 o 14 years at .$3.50. One oao good blue and gold prints at 5 cents per yard. Onelo-t of . Mil-wool Hair Line Stripos blue and red, brown aud red, green ami red, 40 inches wide at 67 cents. One lot Jersey Caps, all colors,...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 November 1886

' - x- -frg ?1 - c 'ghc WCxcMtti gailij gaglc: guasdaij IPfortxiug, oaemfcc; 16, 1886. .- ' --ssHCi'4ftar gai M. M. MUKDOCK, Eitltor. TUESDAY MORNING. NOV. 10 1&SG. The Kansas City Times comphiins that it did not get the news, by wire, of the Purple tragedy in Hodgeman county last -week. The readers of the Eagle will re member that we gave a full account of the terrible affair, furnished by our special correspondent at Jetmore, by wire, the next morning after flic occurrence. The 'Washington Pobt slashes a bucket of brine over the raw-backed Democ racy of Kansas in the following observa tion: The party has lost through the blind leadership and selfbh mismanagement of Glick and his crowd the most glorious op portunity to succeed that it ever possessed in the history of the state. In place of the gallant host of hopeful and ambitious Dem ,.ritc M'l.ioh lio ;hh1 his crowd nlcdircd themselves to lead to victory, we have the the worst shattered and most thoroughly licked party in the...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 November 1886

m Tlxe icltita gailij x& : Sticscfoy Scorning, Soxueiulicr 16, 1886. lailcwXe R. R. TIME TABLES. St. Ii-, Ft. S. &.. W. K. E. EAST BOUND TEAIX3. Train leaves "Wichita 9:35 a.m. and 7 tOp.m. Train arri es from the east 8.10 a. m. and TiS) p. m. - WEST BOUND. Train leaves S:3)a. m-and 3 p.m. Train arrives 9:03 a. m. and 733 p. m. "Wichita & Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson 9 a.m. and "CO p m- iT&m arrives irom Hutchinson. .3:24 a.m.ana .as p m A., T. A S. F. E. R. Arrives. 3o!ng Soing 3olng Going Going Going Going Going Going Going Going North, Passenger 7 40 p. m. North, Accommodation llJ-i a. m. South. Passenger S'i"a. m. South. Pa-enger 7 40p.m. Rnnrh ArwTnmrw1atimi ZzaS I m. .Leaves. North. Pa.venger . W p. m Vorth livnmmAiiatlon .li-la D m. Smith. P.asxri2er . Si5a.m- South. Accommodation ?iJ)p m. North. Passenger ItJ3""1 South. Pasnger. .jp-m. "Wichita A "Western. .Vrrlvcs. , 0a.m. , 7 IS p. m 12 p. m. S 45 a. m . zj p m 2:25 p m. No. 2, Mail and Expre No. 4...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 November 1886

" "tVn sM,"ift.U jr ,m ,,,-rilfc JJic Emicttita gailij --gactfe-: -Sucsdag BXornitiij, oxrcnxtrcr 16. 1886. 4 Eiiru JL 1L MUXDOCK, I R. P. UUJtOlK, Editor. i Unsln". "anaer, M. M. MURDOCH! & JJRO., Publishers and Proprietors. TUESDAY MORN1XG. XOV. 10, 1Sh. a ii tiT.-rsi ttort-iininrr to iht lmtiHsri of the Drintln: hO'in,- or bindery, or for information of cdvcrtisJni. itaild be addressed to the business manager; ail Otwr iHimtnuaiCRtlons to the collier. Tliu .inly Daily l'apcr in Southwest Kansas or the Arfcur.wi Valley receiving; both the day and night Ax:la.tea rress reports in iujj. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. daily nr mait, rosTAOB rnnrAiD. One copy, one year... .S 8 W ntwi ihiiiv Iy nmnths ............ .. 4X One copy, thref.f-ir. Jis One copy, one mo .ii B carrii-r, per year . 10 00 2 5U Twenty cents per week delivered by carriers In the - -city. 1tr,T?tTT A One copy, one year. In the State -"1 ! One copy, six months TO ADVERTISERS. Oar rates for advertising bhall be as low as...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 November 1886

A - i f- , -- X.- -4V-T-1 ! 5 S rC"C m OTc Wichita gailij gagle : Sitesjcttuj oruing, fjtosmta; 16, VB86. r n. aAlgwte j-i-,ojV4 in this column will Ix; ch.vwl for -rate of 'Iveteiit-. KTlini ptr nect No art ,- tM-i:- tkwi for less tliau 2.5 i-ents. and will rr --r.I limit pM for. WANTED. "TXT ANTED Board with vrlv'-te family Uy two tcochirs m nu'.)hc schools Prefer some iiLiC" north cf Ceniral ..ml west uf inporI. Address A. li. t.--. rjgie om c. i- "i "WAXTEn panol-t to travel with dramatic com psaynowon ttir road, iuiy pieferrc- Ad dress, Fred II. Wheeler.man.iier uu -tat Kiov.a, Kansas. I&r4tt ""Y7"AXTH aX) to T..OJ0 vacant lot, some houses V and low In -11 parts of the city. I eipect to lUOMK.ftheni before the first or Januarj. lsx. Kaufman's offlcc oU Douglas ve- i"-6e t ANTKD A light s-couil hand syrinr w.njon u double harness suitable lor small pomes, tall at Su. 115 Law rente a euue north. ISa-CU "TT ANTED Position and iLtervst in cstabU hed meixautile busiues.-. in Wic...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 November 1886

Six WMrtxitK gailij Sagle : Sttcsjdaij Scorning, owcmljcr 16, 1886. ft il i: SidHaXe WOMM AND HOME. REPLY TO A JOURNALIST'S CRITI CISM OF THE FAIR SEX. Amusements for Little Convalescents A Creole Brother's Advice "Womr.n's In dividuality Different "Ways of Crowing: Old Titled Englishmen Homo Hints. A man down in Hartford, who probably introduces himself as "a journalist," is terri bly and pitiably ignorant of this fact Ho sprcatcd forth the other day in quite a har angue of which this is a portion: 'This apartment of th9 household will bo found an interesting locality by those young ladies of the present time who are de voting themselves to novelties. Triiilo it is true that the rolling pin, in red plush dis guise, bos ventured into tho parlor, it does not signify that it is all there is of interest in the kitchen from which it came. There are several art iclcs of usefulness Li a well reg ulated kitchen to wliich our 3"oung ladies thould be introduced, before their 'cardb are fille...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 November 1886

r-3- glte oSlictata -tUtity aalc: Qxxcs&ciq interning, Joxremlier 16. 1886. Slailij THE BOOBY PRIZE. Stefano Gonzales -was a young Spaniard who had come to the United States to go into business. He had not decided just -what that business should be. but in the meantime he occupied himself by seeing the country and studying the social customs. It -was no: loner lwfore he gained an especially good knowledge of progressive euchre and of the german. j His opportunities for the pursuit of these ' 7,,ATi. - u" WOT ,ieuL'.r" uo ! uxu.iiULu.uuv ma iguoraxicu 01 coii'-xjuiuj. x.11-j Vih tr. intWV, -r-M, T,?. Jr, tl,m Tn fiOTnrt nthoT- pnnrfmpnf; nf cvinl lifrt Tin t "would have been at a disadvantage hid ho not adopted the habit of listening very little and tal ing a good deaL For conversational purposes he made a compromise between. Eng- -.. . -. V.U. !.... V ..V . w ,,i- i.i." tt . ; i,; i f- p Tr- i T 3 ,Wrfi self in English, and he "was not understood when he poie Spanish. He therefo...

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