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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 21 November 1886

f- -S ."ti- i' ,,rii --Crt'ft3p "" "iTJ$ &jc WLtehitii Sails gagls : Bxm&XQ Scorning, gtocrjemlrjcr 21. 1886. 8 Iteesssr lallfWlasXe ", 31. M. MI'KDOCKAKIM)., I'roprlctor';. 1JEAI. ESTATK TKANSFEKS. The illoivhi are th'j real estate transfers record I in t'ao olli;- of tin Pister of deod.' yesterday: C S Richmond to A T Uusli. Legir.nias at u o cor of n -.vqr t',G-'2S-l v.; thenca w 22 rds, -10 rds o ?2 rd n 40 rds. . 51000 MSmith to G W Clark, lot 2S 3Liiu st GreiffeiisteiuV add 20w E R Stewart to 31 Leonard, lot 4, Jiapie 6t. Stewart's sub-div E J Davis to FLTV.Hnshast, lot C", .56, 33, Fourth ave, Hilton's add R Hatfield to G A Hatfield, lot 32, Mathewson's add M Ullrey to Simmons, lots il, i, Meridian ave. Simmon' add G C Strong to V C Jieattie, be;j at s w cor of e hf of n e ur 2 J-27-1 e. thence e fiTG It, n 002 It, w 0715 ft, s Oc52 ft. . . C S Ehey to J Kenned-, lots'.). 11, bile 11, Fourth .are. Ormo & Phillips add Rock Island Land Co to "Win Mc Cuno, lot 3 Kock...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

"grt&sry fSfS?'"" 'tc&-ifeC .s? -$sas -v- -v -.-j sjjjsfE T- -''' v-' -1SV '' " ' r"-i- t P ' VOL. VI. KO. 5. WICHITA, KAXSAS. TUESDAY MOPtNESTG, XOVEMBEK 23. 1886. WHOLE NO. 7S7. wltlfliW MDNSON ft 123 and 125 The Public With the great "bargains now be ing offered, in every depart ment in our store. if Is of rj HIGH: 11 OJi! How Cheao: 1 The very large increase in our business is clue in a great measure to our thorough system of low prices. Although our store room is the largesr in the city, 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 JL 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 nevr goods, and ihe lowest prices possible. Cloaks and Wraps. Sales in this department continu...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

v-,rti'---'V'jJf'5jf ;fcc mictet gattg gatjlc: msfaxu gtonmiiifl, goujcnxfcex; 53. 1886. 31. 31. KUKDOCK, Editors TUESDAY MORNIKG. NOV. 23, 1SS6. A LITTLE FOOLISH. Kansas City Whistling to Keep up Her Courage. Judce McCrary, the solicitor of the San ta Fe road, in an interview with a Kansas City paper affects to believe that the exten sion of the Sauta Fc to Chicago will not hurt Kansas City. Judge McCrary is cither a novice in railway and transporta tion matters or he takes the people of Kan gas City to he very verdant. The Santa Fe andUuion Pacific roads tcrmtnaiing at Kansas City have for years been delivering the entire traflic of two or three states and territories at that point. So firmly have these roads dominated the territory named that all the trunk lines reaching west from Chicago and St. LouU were compelled to go to Kansas City and there fctop. This fact alone made and constituted Kansas Cny the great entrepot for Kansas, for the Indian Territorry, Colorado, New Mexico, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

Ig , ? V-viV!-! "Wj-Sf1..' ?Sf, -jxSSbSSwISSJSRS 5Dp WLiaxiiu gaiXtf gagle: gtucscTaij lcxming, gjtrttnnfcia, 23, tS$6. s5U2SS' CiT.. ."Y k 'mxiuiv. R. K. TIME TABLES. St. L., FU S. A, AV. K. 1. KABT BOUXD TTVUX3. TKunlMTM Wichita 9Ja.m. and 7:10 p.m. Triiln arrives from the east. ...8.10 a. m. and 7Hi p. m. WBBT BOUSD. Tain leaves SJE9 ft. m. and 3 p. m. Twin arrive !)5 a. m.and7S0p. in. "Wichita &. Colorado. Train leaves for IIutohlnion 9. a.m. and 7iJ) p.m. Train arrives from Hutchinson.. 9:24 turn, and 7.-05 p.m A.. T. A 8. F. Jt. It, Arrives. .. 7.W p. m. ..11:15 a.m. .. 8-25 a. m. ...7.4H p. m. .. 2-'p. m. Leave. .. 7 4itp. m. ..U.I'j p. m. . kSa.m. .. 2-J)p. m. . 8JS a. m. .. l.Utp.m. SotaS Korth, TassenBer. Going North, Accommodation . 3oint South. Passenger Going South, Passenger Going South, Accommodation . Going North, Fawonsw Sotux North, Accommodation. Colli Suth. l'ahneuicer Cttln South, Accommodation . Cctii NrUi, P.VKtenKT GolwrS ft. Pahsenj?er Wichita .t Western...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

jg.H1 "W? sW Kh&33?x;-ZQ?-- & wi ;s ?c Vf gfts &itMt& atfg aste : uzs&$ ptoruxus, J&oxrenxlter 23, 1836. -' JECTgpQ rhJv 21. 3L HrRwocK, alitor. !. M. ATURDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. TUESDAY MORMNG. 30V. 2-'5, lSsO. AH l"tter pertaining 10 tb buslneta of the jiriiitins 6ou o.- bliidery. or for Information of advertliln. should be itddrwmd to tho lraslaexa manager; ill otncr communications to tlio aUtr. Tij5 onlv Dally I'api'T In Souttiwettt Kansas or thi Ar)Q.iL'jVir.ey receiving berth tho day ami uliUt AMcUtd ftwa report In f nlL TEXMS OK SUHSCKIPTIONt?. 1AILT BY MAtt, rOHTAQE TOETAID. Oaceopy, ono year One copy, hbc uioiiMh Onocopy, thrwjir Jt One copy, oue ;no ifa Br carrier. jcryear ft W ! Kft ny currier, mi r mmi. ....... .............. - -" Twenty cents per wrek tleUrereil by mitwt. In the a y niy. VTKEKI.Y. One oopy, one yi-r, l:i the fctivte,. One oapj. ilx monti-j. -61 f' - 37 TO AIVKKTISEI. Oar rates for advert If !ng ehnll bo w low...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

Alf-is;s4r'p.f '3&ii& itSSSSi & rhz tS&izltitzi Sail, gagle: ixi.srtaj oruiurf, goajcmluer 23, V886. f- cs3"43 ArtTt:-er.ir-:itE in this column "will bo charged for , r.THi. f rive Ccarp.r lino per -wee No ad ,'isment t.'.iceu orl- than i cents, mid will r.r 1 5s; los'tri .d until paid C7. VfA-N'TED. "VT7"ANTKD Ocu jrood family horse to se tbls T winter for tropins; ery light use. E. I) . Hunn. Mt TS ANTED Ill.-swihlns to take lessons in all i.inri.n- riiiiKir nnrt sii"l an r.lHl arrasene kenslDRton. embroidery, etc Cull at 33. S. Water St.. ana bo. .ampica. b.!aapln and work dene to order. vvsi V ANTED TO" ta'ice Isn.s or. a Ktsitar from a V Btst claw Instructor. Address, with re.ldwlc'. G. Kagle ofllci. ;-u - . .Rs.-t- f -. ,- .. (nT-nefrtr. In rffui TiTO?'- V .nv.notin -dirt" lxu of dirt offered, and j. i -11.- 1t.fr .ih -illr linn!-. I.fl.11 At KauT- t jnan.s rial .state oHl o- M Ponylm ave. -TTTANTED-Vou to know we can w-H ou a lot from Ui to JiW. Taylor A Taylo...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

I ,i I I'l'i i li I. im H i' wii i iirtr, mil mi, ,a iMiIMjihw,S.iihi ii Tii i . ! fgfc j , i.uji, i. fi i mpi i i IML i'i ,L "i g '""frrgT?Piff?TMIlPPBIPP V gfce $a&icftita gaits garjle: gusBdats grains, IJtotfimitiua; 23, 1886. -5p. THE RAGPICKERS OF PARIS. 3Tiia IJaily I'lcltias Visit to tho Home of a Notcil Ksjjpickcr. 'In the daily pickings," said tho ragpicker, "first co:no the bones; we dry them, and then sell thciu for so much a pound for manufac turing common buttons and making pou dered manure. Hair iras formerly very valuable, but sinco women aro satisfied tvith their own there is no market for it; ras of every color and description aro carefully picked; several years ago v.o used to get much more for these, but now tho market is flooded with them, especially sinco some paper manufacturers get their rags from the cast. Then glass, old bottles, old iron and ths rinds and peelings of vegetables for cur iiogstiad rabbits. In very hard times my family and I havo eaten tho...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

;V flTftlr; s- 4 - &' y-- ,y3"f tr-,r,s,-si W-JSfi' WTrf 2 j$ - sr .'a"?"",.? ?"- x J"-'-:-. jK ' -il;i STxjc SBftctttta guilg 3jq(Ijc : SxicsOag 0rtinijg, goxrcmfecE 23, 1886. ARTISTS' COPYRIGHT. " OBLIVIOUSNESS TO THE FACT THAT 1 . a THEY HAVE LEGAL RIGHTS. t"'- . Tho Tmv: nna tiirt cnaltj Maltreated Copies or E-sccllc-.it ra5alus Uo-.v a Painter Stopped Uio OfTcnse-ill"ff a Pirate. Tho subject of tho copyright has recently become very familiar: tho gallant efforts of American authors to protect themselves and j vu'jir uicLureii uuruau uisum muiimij uui? of property as oven barbarous nations extend to the owners of pots and pans, have had tho sympathy of Christendom; but there is one phaso of copyright matters not i.o often dis cussed; it concerns tlio claims of artiste to their work. An entire misapprehension of o artist's rjghts, or rather an entire obliv iousness to tho fact that ho has any rights, has gotten a pood many peoplo into trouble lately, and it i3 rather for the ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 November 1886

.,- . .--i y g T .. " j "" -ISS5 " "-'rS." 'S. '. H&&S? .-- -V" 5jssy.wy, AVE' 0-" " of" jrtyt -? 6 2j& iclxita gailg gagfte : gtxcstog gjitouing, patis-ii&sr 23. 1886. muxi el. "H. iiritDOCK .V I5KO.. I-rijirl'inrs. ICEAIj KSTATK TXANiKIW. Tad fullowinj urn tlu real 3tate transfers rosorJd 1 id tht ofli - o" tha Roister of F Burt to XV CIarou-e, lots 2-5, 2S, 30, 32, Estello add, Feirbatigh's add M J Oliver to J M Boyd, lots 2, 4, G, S, 10, 12, Grecu st. an J odd loss from 1 to 11 ami even from 2 to lUonEstelle ave, also odd lots from 1 to 11, Vol utin ave, Oliver's sub-tliv 00 3,000 J M Eovd to .1 M Khuckeiford, even lotoErom " to 12, Green eve. and odd lots from I to II E-sl-;l- avo, Oliver's rab-div. C RomiwTd to C 2,1 Doyle, lots 77, 79, 81, 83, Butler & 1'isherV mid Merriman Tail: Co to .7 S Foote, lot 1. 00 900 1,11: IL lle-rimau Pari; Co's add 1,300 SI'S Eiliott to G IV Clark, loi 23, llaiiis-t, G -e:lTra-t -ins add M A MilU t A .7 KfttfiaD, lot-; 14, 10,...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

mrvHV'.va yMKfj'VK,- '4. imn HKt&tl fE Wmk V Hk559MSS ES5S S9ES&e SVKAll "i ; wtchlte y L & X mi? kife racier BVOLr. VI. NO. 6. MUNSON 4 ,123 an3 125 Ik Public "With, the great bargains now be ing offered in every depart ment in our store. Is of The very lanrc increase TOO H GH: Oh! Mow Giieap due in a great measure to 7 system of low prices. room is the larg-esr -.most constantly crowded, the result of nu merous and unequaled bargains in all classes of dry goods from good to ihe finest, ur Dress 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 the lowest prices possible. Cloaks and Wraps. Sales in this department continue so large that we cannot quite undrstand rhe direct cause. Ben die lowest; prices possible cannot always draw sujq crowus to a cloak department as we have...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

spiiwictiifiispiirsMi : HraaHaasF aawBfnrssessq": -' i xft""-" sSj56- feSj&f Vj ! ', m ,fl JL. M. MUKDOOK, Editor. ?fii WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOV. 24, 18S6. TRIBUTARY TO US ? jmsasCity Wistlin to Keep up Iler Courage! The Editor of the Kansas City Times Unloads for tho Delectation of St. Xionls Through the Post-Dispatch. t JTrsm tho St. Louis Post-Dispatch. , .. Dr. Morrison Munford, editor of the Im i as City Times, talked about that expurgated edition of Chicago this morning at the Southern. "When Mr. Gould was in Kansas City he said to me that in fifty years our city would be bigger than either St Louis or Chicago will be then." "Do you believe thatf "Most certainly I do. "We will catch up with St. Louis in ten years. The signs are all in our favor. The boom in real estate t continues, the sales amounting to a million a week. ' Then we are getting three new lines f railway, the Kansas City, "Wyandotte and Hbrthwestern, the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul, and the St. Louis, Kansa...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

gSFaT?- ...AiT FvivSi?;" WZt'? ' gttc SSSicMla gails gaglc : tgatottaesflag DKoraiug, gtroerater 2, 1886. 3 M -S -a ? s r m re SXtfSPfewXie E. R. TIME TABIJES. St. Jj., Ft. S. &. TV. K. K. EAST BOUND TRAEfS. Train leaves Wichita 9.33 a. m. and 7.W p.m. Train arrives from the east 8.10 a. m. and 720 p. m. WEST BOUND. Train leaves 830 a. m. and 8 p. m. Train arrives 9-03 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. "Wichita A Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson.... 9.13 a.m. and 7 JO p.m. Train arrives from Hutchinson. .921 a.m. and i .-05 p.m A.. T. AS. F. K. K. Arrives. 3olng North. Passenger J1,4??-' Going North, Accommodation oii" 3olng South. Passenger 2-f.S" 2," Going South, Passenger is!5,m' Going South, Accommodation "Leaves' Going North, Passenger..... iT'isS'" Going North, Accommodation HJS?'' Going South, Passenger.... nZZ Er Going South, Accommodation uEm" Going North, Passenger , 5tS?!?' Going South, Passenger i .wp.ro. "Wichita A "Western. Arrives. No. 2, Mall and Express 5?; No. 4, Expre...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

V6 "i "'" ?3fc5TS5-2SSSir fS5?SES5Si526iBaranHSiraBlBMHHHHSB "- "- -. ifc' Site mtcfcita gails gagXe: Wedttesdag Ptxirttiiis, llotrerafcer 24. 1886, AW uz fe i: rtr- ft f5; ij; t ; & ?-, -X. 18? mt y 57 ib 9 Ff t- r v . & a FXU rV m li M . hM m. L'JkaL XexsocK. ra&oac. saitac BasfciPf .najjer. J,,i;-S M. M. 5EUBDOCK & BSO, Publishers and Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNlKGt. NOV. 54, l&tf. AlkWai nertalnlnr to the txwtoass of the nrtnUtu; MM me bestiary, or far lnforriuuion of advortixln?. Mtf24 be addreMed to th buiOaarj autuager; alt eomtaaniqmoaa to tee editor. VM esJr Dell Paper In Seuxhwmc iZansan or tlio Mmh Taller reo6fYin( both Uu (loy and uiulit sswnsliitml Pkm report lu fulL TERMS OF SUBeCRIlflONS. DAILY BT Mn; POSSVLOS PILE-Ail. py, one year. .8 8 H .. .. 3 .. 75 .. M W euT.uxtMiia ... aopy.tfcreaw.hs.. oodt. ase awrJi rrier. per year. aerrier, tbree uanu 2 31 eestx per weak deltrared by murines in the "i - VTSBELX. ve espy, one year, fci the State,. -Sl ee...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

jagg-, -S",3W2jTajec5 jr f , i-yt? f ffiv JSv 'Sf' reZffivSffiJfgS njj' 1lffiy"ffi " "i r n r-i ," '!?t - c" -. -- : , - j-t-j ?.Ji.ts.. .&.-- -"rsrt.--stiJA.&3.K'-"i &x.r -ii -t jj - - r. -v .rr - i 3, r , t: . - izrxwb'3:jK33KSiSHBnMMHdHRHiB Jg l fcs icfcila J?ailB gatffe: fltaeMntj Storuittg, Staero&eK 24, V886. .5 : V tztttz : . I l ' I -r I ft r w ',1 ihsv hlJ i ! $ U " 'te 5 na (5 TXT I F Advertisements In this column will be charged for ni thereto of Five Cents per Une per weofc. No ad rtleemeat8 taken for less than U5 cents, and will n.tt be lnsertod until paid for. WANTED. -rrrASTED- -A good clrl to do general house work; Dr. Win. Hall. 143 N Main et over V npiy to Dr. wm. nail, us Woodman's bank. 8-ti W ANTED A position to do vrrltln? of any nnd W all kinds; -wages $U per niantb; work done as - neatly as ny penman that demands 30 a month. f? Good reference. Address G. W. Lanfcl or Newton. Kan. O-Ol" 'ANTED One hnndred men and teams: sub contractors. work on...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

gl3"i fMfe r trfj'' . J - i-v-- - - ..a .-i a.rf-JT3L- i -WJ-t. i, . 6 Sicfita fails ga9Ije: MtbidairatoK wm24;i86 h" ;-&?r B?"' M - ap&i!ir CtTT.. . -V . mj DRESS WITCHERY. A sweet disorder in the dress Kindles in clothes a wantonness; A lawn about the shoulders thrown Into a fine distraction An erring lace, -which hero and thero Enthralls the crimson stomacher A cuff neglectful, and thereby Eibbanda to flow confusedly A winning wave, deserving note, In the tempestuous petticoat A careless shoestring, in whose tio I see a wild civility Do more bewitch me, than w hen art Is too precise in every part. Kobert Herrick. 3L TV. CHAMXESS, Treasurer. D.B COOK, Bresldent, (VIee-Pres't and Casb'r First Nat'l Bank of Kingman.) ELLSWORTH E. "5VEIR, Secretary and Manager. The Kansas Collection, Loan and Trust Association, (DTCORPOEATED.) Make a specialty of difficult collections in all parts of the state. Have attorneys and banks in every town or city in Kansas through -which we do busi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

w-p-sasiHwraK?o-'f ap miM4DW'-iWBBrA4r.ikMNMr i 1MM I 1 lllll iiiiiiawjimir-TMi II 111 HIIIII i - ,--" 'vw -- fJ? ' AirZiim &, J SSMfa w i wnflc ca 1 SOLID FUNERAL. 0"E UP WITH SOME RFRARD TO MMETRY OF CONSTRUCTION. v Several Important Points to Observe in the Arrangement of the Procession. Differences in tho Tunerals of Various Nationalities The American. "That's Tvhat I call a solid funeral,' ob served a Grand street funeral director, as he stood at his window ono afternoon and watched a passing procession with the eye of a connoisseur. "May I ask what you mean by a 'solid funeral V" inquired a reporter who stood cfc-ot hand. trrW wiuiium uireuuur sinuai wjm mo ivuuiij- houiea ana expansive smile peculiar to lunerai directors. "I suppobo you never noticed any iiespecial difference in funerals," he said. "Well, that's the way with most people. It is remarkable how much people in general t don't know about such things. Not ono man .V i in a thousand has tho remotest idea how a y...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 November 1886

. - .. - '-.t " yc& w-. vp- t? - ir ? -?; . v j: s'rri&w-XFir6! 'irvtMtsrmifexk'Jsimr. ' -f?t ry, i& ;vt$ V -.fir t5f- m- V P w. ril IE im ,r L' ST .:u&:i?v i-ir&iAZ'frr' &&.??& Cg ' w V yJ'a'- -J iii-A,'-T'H'.P'ii' -Sw&r sMA- . Jtfae M. 31. IUKIOCK& UKO.. Proprietor. KE.VIi ESTATK TRANSFERS. The following ara the rail estate transfers reoordsd ia t!i3 offl!:3 of ths Rasristsr of deeds yesterday : Citizen's Land Co to N A English, lota 65, GS. Mam it. GreiCknstom'a add.. 6,000 "W W Moses to A H Ward, lota 31, 33, 85, 37, 39, Stance ave, Maple Grove odd...... 3,000 W L McBoe to H H McAllister, lot 28, Emporia ave, English"s5th add., i. . . 2,200 M Greiffenstein to H Reeso, l5te D01 and 1X)3, Llewellyn ave, Grieffen stein'd 7th add 250 F E Parmenter to CE Barwise, lots SI, 33, 35, 37, BarwL) ave, Paraienter's 2nd add 573 P E Parmenter to C E Barw&e, lots 23, 25, 27, 29, Barwiso ave, Parmenter's 2ndaad 700 Merriman Park Land Co to J S Black w...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 25 November 1886

JMHEHKWr iff " ' J " -'!" JeiSJra-"::'"; JCs. !-- -iC --- t" ,.5 ; tt ' -r Pr"-' ??;&" '.- J jw ' I I I ICItWt ' Jt nf X . i S W u YOL. YI. O. 7. IUNS0N A "T5 iS's and T2q S "jf-. Tie Pali With, tlie great bargains iiow "be ing offered in every depart ment in our store. TOO HIGH: Is of Oh! How Cheap: 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 lanresr in the city, it is al- rrtostxQnstantly crowded, the result of nu merous and unequaled bargains in all classes of dry goods from good to the finest, Our Dress GoodsDepar tment Has this season experienced at)oom that is even phenomenal in this Wichita Country and has been surprising even to ourselves. We behove the direct cause of this boom to be, Finest Goods, Ex clusive novelties, Largest assortment of new goods, and the lowest prices possible. Cloaks and Wraps. Sales in this department continue so large that we cannot quite Tindrstand the d...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 25 November 1886

33hc iSlidritii gaily gafltc : Sharsflaij gaorinuc.. Jloucmbct 35. X886. MtiTSPAQW M. M. JllfBllOCK, H iltor. THURSDAY MORNING. "oV. 25, ISSfi. THE SPEAKE iJSHIP. The candidacy of He n.Kodoiph Hatfield for the speakership of 4ihc House is meet ing with many heartf (indorsement? from all sections of Kanc as. The contest will be a very friendly tme, hut withal quite liTelv, no demist. .Judging lrom expres sions from pr.pcrs. and of memlKTS who haTe been interviewed by papcrs.it looks as if our friend Jlatfield was a long way in the lead. However that may be, h sup port will be of a very earnest character, especially of the men who lest understand his superior qualifications for the responsi ble nosition. He would not onlv make a dignified presiding officer, but an exceed indv liberal and fair one, consequently a popular one. THE C& A. FOR WICHITA. Ottawa llenublican: Since the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe have decided to build to Chicago, the Chicago and Alton begau the survey 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. — 25 November 1886

Tlppfe5! -rvvr Site Smictrila: gailg gale: Srorsdag .iporuiug, oucmlicr 25, 1886. $ niltnn B. R. TIME TABLES. St. l., it. s. a. w k. n. EAST BOCJfD TEAIS3. Irala l.'Ayes Wichita. 9.33 a. m. and 7 p.m. Train arrives from the east.... 8:10 a. m. and 71$) p. m. WEST BOUD. Tralnleavw a JS)a. mnnrH n tti. 95 a. m. and TsS) p. m. T-aln arrived PJITSICLV'S. L S ORDWAY, M. D. HoraooepathLit. Oillce corner Douglas and La-w-renco avenues. rooms 1 and 5; telephone 133. J. E BENNETT, mTd. Of the Arm of "Hall & Bennett," does a general practice, but rfes special attention to ttiecaru of EPILEPSY or falline flt. the OPICH HABIT. CATARRH. PILES and nrivate deseast in both sexes. Consultation free and confidential. Offlce 143 North iialnot. Telephone 33. (See display advertieraent in thi paner. 1" WM. M.D. J. E, 3ENlTETr, M.D. ,. Wichita A Colorado. T-ain leaves for HhtchInon....943 a,m. and 7:30 p.nu T,-aln arrives from Hutchinson.. 'J2i a.m.and7.-uj p.m A.. T. A S. F. It. K. Jtnjt N'orth, Pas...

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