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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 November 1886

v.J5.t). jrr, 735 . " r -fg, "V - ' px, rl Site zraiicfcita 3ailij gagle: 'gvuVdij movmna. ftouenxltcr 19. 1886. jjjtl4&& iW . iL MUUUOCK. I R. P. ClUJVfK, Ertltor. j Bueiri'" innaKT. M. M. MURDOCK&URO., Publishers and Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNIXG. NOV. 19, 10. All U'tters. pertaining to tin- l.tiMm-tf of the printing bonne or blnderv, or for Information of ttiivertisini:. in mid be addrWed to tlie busine-s manager; all oentr commiiulcitlons to tlie editor. rti ouly Daily Paper in boutiiwot KausuH or tln-axKansa-s Valley receiving lth the dav and nUtu AM-MX'lated l'rts reports in full. TKIHIS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. DAILY BY MAIL, TOSTAOE TRCTAID. One copy, one ye.ir. S 8 Uj Anitnv oft llllllltl J (HI Oue copy, three it ...l.s.... , "2 Go Uik- oopy, one nio .n ... i i B carrier, per v ear ",' B carrier, three months Twenty cents per week delivered by can-Jer in the cliy. VTEKKLY. One copy, ono year. In the htate,. One copy, six inoutliM SI 00 50 TO ADVERTISERS. Our rates for ad...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 November 1886

WVrf, tWs4--. 4 f Txc WLicXxitzt Sailij gagls : grMmj learning, Stoiimttfrer 19, V886. .--, -v t. , . r--r:yy t AV -3--5M'3-ar"" r.v. Mii'fius hi l 111-? col .linn mil lie churned for i. i (" of J n. Ceills per line per vvek. No nil mo ei.ts m'-tii for less than '2T ceuts. and will if .m u.-.l r.nul ia'il for. WANTED. -rrrANTED ood eaipet salesman. at 1M . Muiu si, upstairs. ChII at once - .t " t AM ED li' good sills tor Kfiieral lioui-ework Cilia O-cc. 151 .N Jlaln st. up stu re. HA AV iA.NTKb We wan the m.-icli.iiits of v. k-lil'A jiirt surrounilinir citlus ttlanw that ve win Kiinnli liinn .villi il-hi'-aof lieli) at .ill timet. J.a N Alain rt up stairs. '-'-r't "TT ANTED We vv-.iut contractors and lioiwovlveo . lOKimwthatuu will Mip,,l tlicm with the J-.-stor lit lp at all times. 151 N ..lain. Up sl-lrs. --ot TTANTED-A Rood girl to ilo general housework . V Apply at cor isccond and V. .ice " it "TXTTED A girl to do encrl housework. Ap TT ply at AW e Central ave. t,t -itt ANTED Gi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 November 1886

BRTfPZ- 1 vA. 4j& - - - ?vy' m rp i-ftfy aj53 glxe Wfftitott iaift fgafidje: fgfctoag gHcruiiio, 3?o;uemfor 19. 1886. 6 &? -&sz&S$' err 'V W. L. Mc L i ? BEE EAGLE THE WATERMELON. Whcn rolb tho broad InJIus, and Katare rrclinca Wliilo stratvbemes redden on tropical vines: When; noldcn globes follov. tho oranps's blccta, And lemon trees blossom where cp.ccs porfun:e; "Where poppies bloom xvd and the LI in fear Turns pale at the siqat in the aie of Cashmere, VTo plucked the nch melon whose green beauty cheers. The languorous coul with its emerald spheres. Vhen cloudlets of April their showers distal, And zephyrs of Jlay s'jip o'er valley and hul, Vv'hen soft nights of Juno with an odoroub sigh DL-solvc in dtrets at the dawn of Jul, "When wtlterras August in rubicund iro iTts over the dark Laves ha ashs of Gre. Then Chloe com- tnpn.ng with jolly delight, In ebony limpii.s and ivory w hitj; Comes fad.a with preen globes of exquisite wine, Of beauty bucolic and intago div...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 November 1886

E c-r - "N - di. -Hss." . Tte WLizixitK gailu ?5aote: griaaxj Scorning, November 19, 1886. gi-mj as: gtitgii SUMMER "VISITORS. TTe that 3. ITm Turtledove csd nrrfclf ha-J just core into possession of a small houso out of tov.ii, a cottao two stories in height and about tv.-eivo feet square, with a small cabbago garden in the rear and a grape vino and a cherry treo in the front yard. V.'c liad never owned any property before, and wo couldn't help feeling a little proud of this, though, lito Ilorlcena Ken wigs, we had been taught that it was "sinful1 "Come down and pay us a visit, we lsad said to every one with whom we shook hands, as wo Lade farewell to the city; "como and sec our littlo place in strawberry time. And every one had answered: "Wc shall bo delighted. Our parlor, with its Indian matting and whito curtains and spider-legged chairs, was a model of airy comfort. There were always flowers in glasses on the mantel, and there was a bird in a cago in the window. Peggy, the "gir...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 November 1886

t t-"j" '" 5 a rw5 - 3 fre ExfticMta ailg gagle : gfrttfegr S&ornitxg, Uouerofcifl: X9. 1886. - - t4 -siSM'aw gnjgXe n it ii s KEAL KSTATi: TIlAXSrKKS. Tbo folio win; are cue roil 5tat3 transfers recorded in tlia o fije of thi R.ji-ter of Deeds 3'esterday: F A RuBelI to IV F lius-sell, Idt 14, Hoc!: Wand ave. Rock Iblaml suld 1S00 1 530 500 700 150 000 1G0 $1500 10C0 1000 150J .HS00 500 P. Pittiuger to "W A Booth. XA of lot ." hll: -1, EuirlMi 4tb add J E Hume to E Miller, lots 28, M, -1th ave F L Ti!linlidi.t to II H Tompkins, lots 17. IS, Second St., Tilliughaats sub div D llutcbins to J Miller, lots 141, 14.5, blk 14, Orme & Phillip's add G. P. GInzeto C Briiinmiui, Jot ', Motley ave, G!az & JocdynV add.. GPGJaze to J C Callahan, lots ."il, 51!, ,mt .?, Washington ave, Glaze" Jocetyn's ad 1 G P Glaze to D P Warum. lot 40. Mos lev ave. GliiC & -In -el vn a M M Riesback to V H Brooks, lots o'J, 01, 63, Pattie ave, Hyde's add J b rCitchell to .1 i K.-ll -t al, lot- 1...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

rUr- ?4S - -r?' aSFr, irr ?; - v: 'XiT.SFiis PSr v 'saesr&ar?7 rT9 l&mler $ ICIIIICl VOL. YI. KO. 3. WICHITA, KANSAS. SATUKDAT MOPvNiyG, XOYEMBEI 20. 1886. TTHOLE NO. 785. ". j -i. r "t-'0-. w - V'.-itfti!riW2-CVE(s'-I. i " - f n: - ;?'i ,stATy?i .- J J -..-i '? '5 i-v to MUNSON & 123 and 125 We'll Sell You "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 goods up to the very fine. One lot of Children's Gloaks, sizes 4 to 12 rears at 75 cents. One lot of Children's Cloaks, sizes 4 to 12 years, all at the uniform price of 1 50. One lot of Misses XewmarketSjSizesj 12 -,o 14 vcars at $3.o0. One case good blue aud gold prints at 5 cents per yard. One lot of all-wool Hair Line Stripes blue and red, brown and red. green and red, 40 inches wide at 67 cents. One lot Jersey Caps, all colors, worth 25 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

" . --yt wm&tyBgUlfMr IWJtrWgW TTxc SSXicTiita SaxTtj gagtc: Satarttaij Wonting, oxer 20, 1886. 2 '"Vl4?rD" I THE LEGISLATURE aX:gllr gmjle JIUKUOCK, Kdltor. SATURDAY MORNING. NOV. 20, 1SSG. RICHFIELD WINS. Governor Martin hist evening issued a proclamation organizing Morton county, and designated Richfield as the temporary county seat. This is one of the counties created by the hist legislature, situated in the extreme southwestern portion of the slate, and named after Oliver P. Morton. THAT POOL. As was disclosed by our dispatches yes terday morning the Arbitration board ran onto an unlooked for snag when they evi dently thought there was only smooth sail ing. The Missouri Pacific's new demand that Eastern as well as Southwestern Kan sas should betaken into the calculation, -was a bomb that scattered the work of -weeks and sent the Kansas City scheme glimmering. "When the new proposition shall have been met, if ever. General Xew manwill have a few other propositions. "Whatever...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

,55.. -." S; y'sfc "-f XS "5- "" " ,.- o-s glxe tS&ictiita aihj 'gagle: atitrflau Slominru Jtoucmbcr 20, 1886. zxi&s ail:g Yrl erv-v'y R. R. TIME TABLES. St. L., Ft. S. A. W. K. K. EAST BOCXD TEAIS3. Train leaves TVIchlta 9X a. m. and 7 40 p.m. Traln arrives from the east....S:10 a. m. and 7a) p. m. WEST BOUND. Train leaves 8:9) a. m. and 3 p. m. TnUnarrt-.es 9& a- m.andi-3)p. m. "Wichita & Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson. . . .9 1 a.m. and 7 JO p.m. Traill arrivS from Hutchinson. .934 a.m.and ..-to p.m A.. T. A S. F. K. K. Arrives. .. 7:10 p.m. ..11.11 a.m. .. SOx m. ...7 4U p. m. .. 2ap. m Leaves. ,. 7.4) p. m. .U.13 p m. . Si5a-m. . 23' p. rn. . Si5 a. m. . 7J0 p. m. 3oiw? North, PasaenRer..... Solns North. Accommodation ... 3lni? South. Paseeutter Goin? South. Psuen-er .... ..... (Join South. Accommodation ... Going North. PassenRer.. ----- GolnK North. Accommodation ... Coliv South, PaM-'ii,rer -Golnz South. Accommodation ... cin . v.rrh. Pavencer GoIuk So...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

.H, .IS tz WLichxix ciiX gaIc: gatircdaij SPoriiiiis, oorenxljcr 20, 1886. 4 Si?gXe M. L Munnocrc, Editor. R. P. lUIOCK, Biulns Manager. SI. M. SIUEDOCK &BRO., PTlisliera and Proprietors. SATURDAY HORNISG. NOV. 20, 1SS6. All letters pertalninR to the business of the printing hoe or bindery, or rr information of advertising, should b Hddrc-Jd to the business manager; ull otnt-r communications to the editor. The only U.ilb-1'aper la Soutliwfst Kansas or the Arkansas Valley recelvlnj; both the day and night Associated l'ros reports in full. . TKKJIS OF SUMSCKI1TIOXS. DAILY BT MAIL. POSTAGE PREr.UD. One copy, one year. $ One copy, six montb Onecopy, three ir j.Iis One copy, one mo ih Bf carrier, iwr year. J By carrier, three months.... ;; Twentrcpntsjwrvrcek delivered by carrier in city.' 8 00 4(1) 2 iw ;out 2 50 the VEKKI-Y. One copy, ono yoar. lu tho Stale.... One copy, pi montlis ....1 00 50 TO ADVERTISERS. Our ratt-s for advertising shall be as low at those of aty other paper of...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

LPfeH-' - ' S3..-r - -" " : -"-- - Giv Y-t -'t-i -ftiw? " -riv " "-4J .,. i--; Ite WLichitn. Sails -agle : aturclay kerning, goxrenxlrer 20, , 886. -0?- v iJ1r. rrW V :. .' Svi o Advertisements In this column will be charged for Rt iwraw of Five Cents per line per wt No d-v,....-. merits TaK.n for less t)i 2.1 cents, and will ni.t nwt- until paid for. WANTED. TVTANTED A. position as a compottnt inir-e Y be had by cillins on Mrs. Todd south Main -1.17. Ktferencc, Dr. -.toner. ttnt wife can Ct -ct-ta .TFD-Evervotie to kr.ow that they can set Vn.ii.ir.t- next to o'jera house; xt e reasonable cvcryiUIuK home lie.. . TVTss.SSjra lst of references, wages no objet. i-.n.-. "-ASTED-A man a nj I ''iSSl-S V place in a pnate fan 'JaIUu S-eti reference. AdarosD.Jholl: TAXTKry7un;la.ly wnaihm todo V wrUing. Address C. Kagic ""11- -TTTANTED-Everv plat and inu ' e to SPH WichlL I will lrlyby Janua tbouFaml. or lots and Improj - tt, avo. t ry 1st Kaufman 3tct."1Ji . i. i.t...i rt. ftf AY ut or cw; ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

-.C. ' ' 33 WW5gPI v-. y ,,: ?" &&? i ,-j. ?v vt ?- Ss.-- .. asst. SS r ' 6 i'hc 'aaitcttita gailij gafltc: Jfttedaa iStruniiiifl; 3$ttcralei; 20. 1886. PaiwwgXft AT SPOTTSYLYAKIA. bnow S now INTERESTING EXTRACTS FROM THE DIARY OF GEN. BUTTERFIELD. A Quiet march in tlio 3iht A Single Shot l'rom tlio Encmj-The ".Long lloll" A Surprise aziil :i Capture The Losses of Ono Urigaile. Gen. F. YV. Butterfield had a very com plete and interesting diary of the- operations ot a portion of Gen. Hancock's rorps (tho Second) in that memorable campaign under Gen. Grant toward Richmond. It is a faith ful record, v.rittcn down every day some times after a desperate battle, while j'et on tho bloody field; sometimes after long and weary marches. It is a record of almost one continuous, bloody battle of fifty-one days' duration, the corps being under tho enemy's fire every day of the lif tj'-one excepting two. Following we givo extracts which are of tLrilling interest: 3Iay 11. The two armies h...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

sTvIavU, j x f'ii fe-i'Kj';- ' gr -q,,,. ,p. '"vy'egeyrrgggr'v 'CgSf f-j Site OTtidfcit aiiij 3$asle: Satorflas Scorning, SJiwcra&cr 20. 1886. v- ias i 319 gszfef- "--ii?TRv,J;S- r-rv j. &r 4 'A n is C3V'A'VV ILIIXOIS FRUIT DRYING. THE ANCIENT AND MODERN STYLE OF DRING APPLES. Jlov the I'roccs of Evaporation N Xow Conducted by Trnit Drjcrv-In an lap oration EstablishmentExtent of the Industry Wages Paid. The apple drying of the early days is now the great and growing evaporation business of to-day. Alan's ingenuity has not only done away with the old ulul laborious manner of taking out the price of fruit for home con sumption, but it has built up an enormous trade in which not only the meat of the fruic is preserved for future use, but the peel and the cores aro utilized. The instigating cause of the vast spread in the business is found in several facts. Numerous storms blow the fruit fi om tho trees to the ground, making the apples unfit to ship, and the cider mills fail to...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 20 November 1886

-JT-i-i ?' r.aiVV-tr -,,,' - , -w ct"ff Site 'miclxitii gaxlu nc(lz : atxtrrtay loruiog, Iptaojerofcin; 20, 1886. 8 vAW -.! Jrfc "ferv. 1' M. M. JIUKUOL'K a ItllO.. lii.;ipet-s. nn.vii kstati: tuansfeks. Tha following aro i!i3 real estate transfers recor.liliu ths oliii of th" H;jiiter of Deeds yesterday: Gr "W Gehlbruck to J S Tnimbrei, ccr:i- lneiifiutroOftfi audi Wit w of ne cor of se qr 2.1-27-1 e theacc vr 140 it s ."() ft o 14') ft o iz to beg 3 JSTrumlWto J R Shocfcey. com mencing :;0 ft s mid WO It w of ue cor of e qr Ui 1-27-1 e v.- 140 ft s 50 ft c 140 ft n .rx) ft to beg Ii Hays to S Goldstein, uiidiv hf inter est in 10 acres oat ol :w cor of sv qr of s'.v qr o3-2C-l e A McDonald to to V T Green, lots 1. .. 5, 7, Cleveland ave Allen's add E P Ford to C Sudlow. s hf of lot 21 l'aj'ne ave Ford's 2nd add J P S Elliott to L :I Hnckei-, lots 10:K, 10.'V5, Jefferson ave, Gmireusfceiiih ith add r. Win- Greiffenstein to J P S Elliott, lot, l().i, 10:", Jefferson ave, Greiifen ste...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 November 1886

v '-t, A? s -vi t' '-!,,''v -"-"JJ. -siss- siJjjgSsi.j:; to ffoole tCIWtt -e VOL. VI. STO. 4. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOBNTNX, NOVEMBER 21. 1886. WHOIiE NO. 786. MUNSON 4 a,2 and i2q He Public With the great "bargains now toe tag offered, in every depart ment in our store. TOO fflfltt Is of Oh! TT 1! MOW uneai The very large increase in our business is due in a great measure to our thorough system of low prices. Although our store room is the laresr in the citv, it is al- most constantly crowded, the result of nu merous and unequaled bargains in all classes of dry goods from good to the finest, Our Dress Goods Department Has this season experienced a boom that is even phenomenal in this Wichita Country and has been surprising even to ourselves. "We believe the direct cause of this boom to be, Finest Goods, Ex clusive novelties, Largest assortment of new goods, and tho lowest prices possible. Cloaks and Wraps. Sales in this department continue so large that we cannot quite undratand ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 November 1886

?1TS5 2 X&c 3&ttctxiia itxlu gaQle : Samtmj floyminQ, cwerober 21, 1886. 4g&g"JKS tf-f&fiZ -" '-Varf V" SM4& 31. 31UKDOCK, Editor. SUNDAY MORNING. NOV. 21, 18S6. OUS STREET RAILWAY. The Art of Interviewing'.It3 Use3 and Abuses. Tho Right of Petition and its Perversion. To the Editor of the Eagle. luy reason for again asking to be heard through your paper is that I consider this public method of discussing a public ques tion much more likely to lead to correct conclusions than the circulation of peti tions and remonstrances, or the still more questionable plan of interviewing, which ig at best but atf ex parte presentation of the case. It is now four weeks since you published a letter giving my reasons why it was neither right nor expedient at pres ent for "Wichita to destroy the property of the old street car company, to make room for f-omething untried, and at present im practicable. I have seen no attempt to answer the argument offered in that letter in any pub...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 November 1886

PjP? i-'jtv'"-' -"" - &? -w"-r'J5 -r ' rv. 50t(e tol fails aalc: Swcdaij gfeXomhicj, gflxrcnibcv 21, 1886. W-i&vmzza: jalflac fjflgls K. R. TESIE TABLES. St. ., It. S. A. "W. K. K. east uocsd Train leaves Wichita Train arrives from the east.. nms. . 9255 a. m. an J 7:40 p.m. .8:10 a. m. aatl 72W p. m. Train leaves 8.30 a. m. and 8 p.m. Train arrives 9:05 a, in. and 7.30 p. in. Wichita .fc Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson.. ..9:11 a.m. and 7.30 p m. Train arrives from HutchIn.-on..'J-,l a.m. and 7:05 p.ni A.. T. AS. F. It. It. Arrives. Solng North, I'assenser ,7-7i)p-,n Going North, Accommodation 1i-j2a-m- Joins; South. Passenger SrJ,a m Goluz South. Pasienser. Goln South, Accommodation . Going North, Passenger Goln? North, Accommodation Ooln South, Passenger Coin? South, Accommodation . Golns North, Passenger Goln South, Passenger. 20 p.m. Leaves. 7.10 p.m. . ...1.1.15 p.m. . . ScZi a. m. ... 2SJp. m. . 3.25 a.m. .. . 7.Wp.m. Wichita A. Western. Arrive. . 3iM 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. — 21 November 1886

MMnaJmeMcMM MMaMWKBlHaaMM HMMMMI s"i- v '"&. T'-JS $faj&&& 5Sa-S's''ii'' v" V5W?5S yw f'QyPi !0s" fce TMitkiiz gailu SS: Stradatj fj&taiiituj, gtoaxsmtrer 2X, 1886. -3ar pu$e H. M. MCRDOCK, Editor. U.P. SlCKIXCK, 31. M. MUBDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. SUNDAY MORNING. NOV. 21, 1S3. All letters pertalnlnK to the basing of the printing hou-e or bindery, or for Information of adTcrtlUiK. should lu addressed to the bulnu manager; all etaer wmimunieatlons to tiw editor. The only Dally ParT In Southwest Kansan ( the Arkansas Valley rctvlrlns both the day tnd nlht AmwJnted I'rtKS report In f ttlL TERMS OF SUBSCKIITIONS. One copy, ene year.. One copy, Mxmo..t' On copy, tlireeir--iA Onacopv, oneHio.?Ji ...8 8 00 ... 4 00 ... 200 Dw Anlp mn VMr ... ............ Iv l" 10 W gallic., " jv.. ...... . -n Br carrk-r. three month -- " TWwity cents per delivered jr oanieri In the dtf. WEEKLY. One oopy, one year, lu tha &tnt 51 to Ob copy, Eli inonUis "" TO ADVER...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 November 1886

k'WSf V ;"!?! --f&. '"Vi-" 14'' '5-- -H"-'-'gg-t- ivc?j 'r1 "" TJA;v'p'??f SpSSPS e licfeita Sails fale: .gtmfej 2tDta, gtojrentfiei: 21, V886. m Ig&iSplr&tflle Advertisements in this column will be chied for hi trie rate of Five Cents per lino per week. No ad TrrMpm'tit taken for less than 25 cents, and will not l? IiwrW until paid for. TANTED. l ATE1 Men and and teams lo work on the extension or the Port Scott & Wichita It. K. from Anthony to Kiowa report on the work 1m madiately. 1. I. Alexander, Contractor. i Ct" WANTED To Invest $1000 to SiryX) and my sen Ice T lnalt'sItlmatebUMlneorwill give Rood fcecurl- ty for a position. Good reference given. Address A. II. -S-U FOR RETT. "7,OK KENT Stabling for fix head of hortf s or less JL? Address or call at 2j n Jlead. V, T. Walker 3-tt I710R KENT Two nicely furnished rooms, north ? Lawrence avenue, also rooms suitable for man and wife for lUhthoui-ekeepIns. Call at htafford & Cleggs real estate office No. -ill East...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 November 1886

f -ess ---Vi. j. gTtc cBticliita 'ctil gagle: Sunday ptoruiiirj, S&owero&er 2X. 1886. 15 Vs &--1 - ' -s'46 -v -as " ipfgie A WILD FAMILY. CURIOUS DISCOVERY MADE AMONG THE CLUE RIDGE FASTNESSES. A. Trur Talo or tlio rsioimtalnfi Extracts from the Story or a Strang Trio in Ix)Za.non County, 1. A Pathetic Inci dent Tho rorsalien Cabin. Wo nil tcalrrtfatioa nt a little distanco from tho ricirety structure called their horn-, and awaited developments, Presently one of tha fexoalo creatures ventured shjiy to tho opon 1115 style! the door. The other timidly leaned fonrcnl upon Lsr hands and lences and ftrcL'-hod her head from tho side. They looked wild and rude, indeed, and as much excited over our presanco as ir tho clops of civilized Ix'in.T? had never beforo heen heard fay them. The one standing liad cy5 glisten ing black and roiling ::i quid:, restless mo tion, fixed upon tho group hho two fiery coals. She darted glances as if on tho alert for the least doubtful movement of...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 November 1886

WSSmWi 'K& Xhc SCicMta gailxj ziqIz: ntiflag ovniiiQ, outixlrer 21. 1886. vJas. -is -sfi . , . . jt a SSS. U$ CHARITY AT THE MINES. GENERALLY IT TAKES THE FORM OF THE BENEFIT RAFFLE. N. F. NIEDERLANDER, S a v -Lim u St ate !-and-s Loans The SoftcnSxifj lalluonccs of Humanity. Scctie at :i liable Tlio Money Obtained. A Fti.tnge Custom Explained An HonoraMo Seniinwnt. "Whilo all organised cfTort3 for purposes of charity iur.ong coal miners have failed, at least in the Lackawanna region, "' said an officer of one of the l)i coal companies of tho district, "Uicro aro curious customs prevail ing among thoso who cam their lh hjg in and about the mines, through which tho burdens of those of their number who aro destitute arc greatly lightened. Among these is tho popular 'benefit rafJc' TIicso rades occur so frequently that tho printing of tho tickets used for them is an item of no little import ance to tho lo-al frinting offices. In some offices the 'form' of tho ticket is kept stand i...

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