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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 16 December 1886

xz Sictxita Sails n& : finvstom WovxiIvlq, gecemtar 16. 1886. sx 5ss?" SJnifapKc r..i' UlXtU j .!. M. iinillOPKA UKO.- r.iir!iiir KliAJ, ESTATE TK.YNSL'EHS. 550 GOO 700 1G00O 1000 1000 030 200 500 12o 700 10.7) ICO GCC0 1000 G000 :;oo 2400 tT.00 The folio-.vius aro ttij real estate transfer records! in th-j o:K;j of the register of dee.Is yesterday. G S Ireland to 51 J Kcchelie, Jot 7,- Tarlton'h '.l add 3 G00 F G Smyth to J-S Sniithson, lotS-J, ulk G, Junction Town Co G L Rouso to T J Harris, lots 12, 14, 10, IS, lilk 7, Washington ave, add... J S Parmell to 51 31 Kessler, lot 97, Church :t -- E R Stewart to G C Uruner, lot V.), Stewart's sub-div "W I' B.-unes to 31 Ziminerly, lot 118, DomrTa avo TV A Horn's; to S G Sisson, lots 15.1, 157 TojM'ku ave, Orme & Thiiltp" add... 31 Ziiinneriy to 31 P Barnes, lot 113, Douglas avu f- G 31 Boyd to it C IJostick, !.;s rJ-'J, -55, 47, 4'.), 31. 3", 3, 37, blk 2, Marquis add J Horn to R A Fi-h, lot 14, Wa&hing iugtou ave, Lincoln ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 December 1886

S"w?v-- - w-v - -S"5!J1 " i.T Vfe-T-'f-IV '- ' '-? -is. -v5. stfttlli fall Soeitlr fitgk If. yCJ & j VOL. VI. NO. 26. WICHITA, KANSAS, FPJDAY MOItNTKTG, DECEMBER 17, 1886. WHOLK NO. 8)8. K- lif- -sir- Js &? ; MUNSON & 123 and 125 peoiiw 3 8 How Handsome They Are. 100 Lovety Plush Boxes full of fine linen note paper, envelopes and regret cards, worth $2 at $1 each. TREMENDOUS I Opening of novelties for Evening and Wedding Costumes. High class novelties at the lowest prices ever known We have just visited tii9 market and obtained "bargains in these goods, which we offer to you at a smali advonce over cost. Gome and see. Be sure and come whether you wish to "buy or not. A child in Fairyland or a rejected'and despondent lov er in the sof c embraces of his relenting loved one neither could feel more delightfully dazed than the visitor who gazes for the first time upon this feast of splendor and magnificent glow of colorings for adorning the female form divine. H tat id See 4 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 December 1886

gstm&tfv&x flailu gagte: Ifridatj piorttitifl, geczmbet 17. 1886. p2 rari JL. M. MURDOCH, Editor. FRIDAY MORNING. DEC. 17, 1888. ABOUT THE SIZE OP IT. From tho Lawrence Daily Journal. The "Wichita Eagle has a larger circula tion than any paper in Kansas, and a larg er circulation in the state than either of the Kansas City papers. Its growth as a daily has heen even more stupendous and phe nomenal than that of the magical and wonder -working city in which it is pub lished. This coming from one of the oldest editors of the state, who is undoubtedly one of the most competent judges of the relative standing of the various dailies to -which he alludes, is a little astonishing, but probably not more astonishing than true. It is very certain that the Eagle's circulation by news dealers in the towns of the south west and by train boys, is phe nomenal, and it is a circulation that has grown in and of itself, and not through agents or solicitors. The news men simply telegraph their o...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 December 1886

ijlii 3T ijMtfavmWtev - Site &c&icMta gaxXij vlqz: Sfridas pXoruing, December 17, 1886. 3 jgjJt"ii,'iiuuL tp m iWiiiiiiii jMmwwwun i m1! Minqlff'liilyWuwM n "in u mii.ji H i m- crfry M R. R. Tf ME TABLES. St. I.. I't. 5. S.VT. K. K. rsr nousi) trash. Train leaves Wichu Vrioa. m.ani7.40p,ra. Train arrh es from eai ..3 10 a. m. and 720 p.m. WFKT SOLTiD. Train lcaes 8.30 a. m. and B p. m. Traln arrives 9 OS a. m. and 730 p. m. Wichlta A Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson.... 9 45 a.m. and 7.30 p m. Train arrUes from Hutchinson.. 'JiH a.m.aud-ttpm A., T. A. S. F. It. R. Arrive Sorng North. Passenger..... " W r m. 3olng Sorih. Accommodation "!' ; - Joins-South. Passenger Tiii'Sin Going South. PassenRpr.. m Going South. Accommodation i eaves Going North. Passenger..... P- m- Soing North. Accommodation r ?,?' m Going South. Paengcr.... raiu ni! Going South. Accommodation IS a! in Going North, Paenger 2J m! Going South. Passenger y" IVlokHa A Wwiwra. Arrive. . S30 a. m. . 7 15 m....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 December 1886

'S55IBSISP." 'V':".:ir'--7'"---'?'. hc WCxthitci gailg gagte: gridag pXomttig, iecemlier 17. 1886. -ttji'kag'"" ffiatfrtfi R. P. UIUWJCK, Editor. M. M. MURDOCH fc BUO., Pn blisli era and Pruprietorsi FRIDAY MORNING. DEC. 17, 18S. All letter, puriainliu; to the liislne.-i.s of tin- printing house or tilmlerj-, or for Information of ailvei-tlMa. mould be dritlivHiwxl to tlie btuilnw.s manager; all Otnr communications' to tilt ftltur. Tbe only Dallr l'ajer In Siulliv-i.t Kurintu. or thi ArkHiiia Valley rovivlnn In.th the la and nisnt AH-o-'lmeil l'n- ri'xrt- In full. TKKMN OK SUUsCKHTIONS. DM1A BV MAIL. I-OhTAUK riCErAIO. Oao copy, one year $ 8 O'i One ni. Mi iii'Uitltt 4 ll One -opy, three ir ...Us - !" Oieopy, nr nio .h ,f ' Br vtrrirr. pfx J wtr ''' B an-ler, three month ' Tw-nty cent per wee delivered by carriers Sn tne city. WEEKLY. Ono copy, one year, ln the State SI t'J One copy, nix inonthh 5" . TO ADVERTISERS. Our ratw for ndvertislrix bIirII le as low as those of iy oilier pa...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 December 1886

,V,-.-i- ' Stic SJStic&ita Sailtj gagle: fgtfflag g&ortiitis, iccemfcer 17, V886. IteJm c gi Advertisements !u this column will be cnarged for ... i HU- t Five Cents per line per Wwt No ad-i- 'ts-nmtstaJicn for less thr.a "i cents, and will t - o inserted until paid for. WAITED. "TVT ANTED 2 cooks for railroad camps; 4 cooks for tt Wichita, 3 dining room bojs, 5 tmin hands, 23 railroad rani for ths Kock Island road. J. K. Kon- worthy. SiDcaIasave. 2U-8t WJ ASTKD-Agents thoroughly rcqua!at"d with M tlio grocery business, Jo take charge of an ex tensive bukies-s la e..eli emmty seat In the state. A bond of IT 'in 3100 to S0 Is required, o one ne?d applv tha is not competent and nble to comply with" the a'-ove; the tiny Is big. 'or circular f par ticular, encln.-e 10c In stamps and address J. It. Ken worthy, P2! Douglm ave, 26-6t "Wi ANTED Position by ajouni man as stenogra pher jind type-writer or clerl:; espcrlenci d and leference Addrc-aH. II. taIeolliie 26-Ctt bjou TTTANTE1...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 December 1886

n - '". ' csaTcsyfsPP C - . - - ,; : "v5 2'ttc "QmicTxita gailrj gagle: rictmj WfiovninQ, Qzzzmbsx 17, 1886. SiSpilf&gie u THE ISLE OF ROSES. 2ow lovingly caressed and anon fiercely LulTetcd by the waves of tlio Baltic, between the coasts of Pomorania and Sweden, lies tbe Danish island of Dornholm. It is little knowii to the world, and the profusion of wild roses indigenous to the place has acquired for it the sobriquet of the isle of roses. The environs of the little town of Allinge. on thn northwest, are especially picturesque and remarkable for the peculiar mildness of their formation. Wc are here, suddenly ai.d without any prelude, confronted with a mag nificent natural panorama. Making Allinge my starting point I ucd often to visit the old castle. The road at first; lies along the strand, then winding to the left commences an ascent; after half an hour spent in scrambling among the rocks the 'Vale of Paradise"' is attained. Through the heart of the dell encircling the castl...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 17 December 1886

She SE&ixMia Sails 35ajjXe: ffriOag oruiug, JJejcembev 17. 1886. lailgWkflle STORY OF 1 SKULL. 4 EAGLE y HOW THE ELDER BOOTH CAME IN POSSESSION OF THE RELIC. A Curious Gift From a River Tiratc. Saved by the Chief of a Lawless Gang. Visit to a ConvictScared Servant Girls. One Sunday night in Louisville a number of people called on Edwin Booth, and among them a doctor who had considerable local celebrity. IIo wanted to see Mr Booth be cause ho had luiown the tragedian's father, and he sent word to our room that he wished to place in his hands a valuable relic that be longed to the elder Booth. Ho was shown up stairs by a little darkey, who carried some thing wrapped in a newspaper. It proved to be a well preserved skull, thoroughly cleaned and the parts joined by springs and hooks. On seeing it the nigger lad s eyes stuck out with fright and he hastened away, declaring, fob God, sah, he'd nebber touched dat ting ef he'd a knowed it was a dead un's head. Then the doctor related 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. — 17 December 1886

r sTTte??'?-" ' ' '-jS-SS-J-' Eft micMta Sails kq& : gtutfaij l&onxittg, gecetttfcjer 17. t88S. KiJttrC Li - W3- U. C F.i or 31. 31. lirKDOCK &liltO., Proprietors. KEALi ESTATE TKANSFEUS. Th2 folloiviruj aro tiiu real estate transfers recorded iu the oflica o the register of deeds yesterday. TV D McConnick to W B Smith, lots 23, 25, 27, LI), 31. 1, ), .w, -'J, -u, , 45, 57, Faunio ave, MeCorniick's add W D McConnick to M 11 Grainger, lots 15, 17, Fauuie ave, SIcCormiek's add Ni JNlwIei lander to C M Garrison, lots 71, VJ, Wichita st, Niederlauier's nil 1(520 500 Jrfjnithsou toODelony, lots (X), CS, 80, Phillips st, 2,&1, CM, OS, JO, Ed ward st, lota 2, 4, Smithson st. Smith son's sub-div - l-WO J S Smithson to A U Anderson, lot .J, Douglas ave, SmitL ton's .sub-div. . G C Strouj: to W K Stacv, lots 77, 70, m Vnunin .ivc. Rtromr's add 250 500 G C Strong to E J Burnett, lots 78, 80, S2, Ellis ave, Stronpfs add 5C0 R 11 Tarleton to 31 A Conrod, lots 5, (i, 7, 10, 20, 21...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 December 1886

Fmmmmw l"?Z -t i-S:iS''(,'S ' lh fbole VOL. VI. 1STO. 27. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNISTG, DECEMBER IS, 1886. WHOLE NO. S09. .nnVHnfiHnW -j-flm . .wnMnnnn --51 Wichita MUNSON & 123 and 125 -fl$ , Specialties For How Handsome They Are 100 Lovely Plush Boxes full of fine linen note paper, envelopes and regret cards, worth $2 at $1 each. idd Opening of novelties for Evening and Wedding Costumes. High class novelties at tlie lowest prices ever known We have just visited the market and obtained bargains in tliese goods, which we offer to you at a small advoace over cost. Come and see. Be sure and come whether yon wish to "buy or not. A child in Fairyland or a re.iectsd'and despondent lov er in the soft embraces of his relenting loved one neither could feel more delightfully dazed than the visitor who gazes for the first time upon this feast of splendor and magnificent glow of colorings for adorning the female form divine. COME Con ami See Pmladelpma Store lorner Douglas Four Speci...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 December 1886

PHP SSS? 'gaz WLiclxitz gailu kqz : gatvK&z 'ijgLoviimg, gzczmftzv- 18, 1886. XWU. 533fiiTiiT3Sfe ;y -t -y '- ffeale M. 31. MDUDOCIC, Editor. "SATURDAY MORNTN'g7 DEC IS, 1SS6. A LITTLE INCREDULOUS. The Visitor of WiniiuM, or rathor the editor, we aro sorry to see, is inclined to be incre lulous touching The Eagle's .assurance of si boom for that town in the m-ar luture. "We are aware that a succession of di-ap-polutments are apt to work disastrously to tho best grounded faith, yet the the electrical and revivifying touch of a genuine bootn like a flood of sunshine follow ing a su miner ttoi m n ill revive the drooping spirits of our cotemporary and scatter his despondency as fade-, a morning fog before the anient gaze of the rising god of day. Brace up, old man. SALE CONFIRMED. Written for the Eagle. MYFATHER'S DRUNK AGAIN. The Little Rock, JlisMsbippi & Texas railway, which was told day before yester day under a decree of court, was bid in for the Jay Gould syMcrn at SnO.OO...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 December 1886

l&2rs&-' &?& Stic ixtiita gaiXxj gagle: attxr&nj learning, gejcember 18, 1886. W f h N -ejMsSSSff IpttjXe R. R. TIME TABLES. St. ., Ft. S. A, "IV. K. K. i ;t rot'VD traiks. Trata leares WIcU' - ..n.06 a. m. and 7.40p.m. Tieia wri en fnwj eat .8 10 a. m. and 730 p m. WOT Si J. . Trail lars.. ftain arrlTes. S3) a. m. and 8 p. ni. 95 a. m. and 7s) p. in. Vicita A. Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson.. ..9 45 a m. and 7.30 p m. Train amves from Hutchinson.. 9 J4 a.m. aad . p m A., T. .V- S. r. K. II. 3oln? Korth, Paseaeer Solng-Konh, Acoommodatlon jolng South. Pasen,jer Going South, renger Coiug South, Accommodation Goln North, Paeng ... Soiii? Xorth. Accommodation (Joins South. Paenger ... Going South, iccommodatlou Ooln? North, P.enger Going South, Pant;er .. Arrive . 7.Jo m. .ll:r- a. in. .3 3 .i m .7 (t p. m. 2 ;0 p. in. 1 ca(M . -yip- m , .12 13 p. n. 3:23 a m . 2-p. m. . 323 a. m. . 7 Vi p. i. Wichita A. "Western. Arrives. . S'JUa. ni. . 7 13 p. m. .12-03 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. — 18 December 1886

y$- -- 0psr;;l --T" S?? fte IS&icMta jBattg ??agXe: gatiirtUtrj itoniiug, ecew&etri8. 1886. t&-?MmmKmm&mrs'57?m2&iwL- w . . - m HPJ .VTT S IT ; 'fl' t or L M. SIukdock, Editor. R. P. motujock. Business Manager. 31. M. MURDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. SATURDAY MORNING. DEC. IS, 1888. All letftrt. pertaining to the business of the printing houae or bindery, or for Information of advertising. Should be addressed to the business manager; ol! other communications to the editor. The only Daily Psper In Southwest Kaiiwvf or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and night &Mwittted Press reports in full. TE1UIS OK SUHSCKIPTIONS. DAILY BT MAO, POSTAOB PKEPAJIl. One copy, one year. $ 3 0) One copy, six mouths t (J One copy, three rr.!is : 2 W One copy, one mo..ih a By carrier, jmt year 10 00 By carrier, three months 2 5J Twenty cents per week delivered by carrlcrn In the city. TVEKKLY. Ou copy, one year, in the State, 5100 Oae copy, six months 50 TO...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 December 1886

lrfw ay-w-sT ' -ss'Tr s--" 4rsKi-,?f?a 3 - -U gr- Hi Hfteicfcita gailis 'gagls : tttirctaij l&ottiitio, December 18, v88G., 5 Vsv. r4f 1! -KMya Sa"- Y c? ..-r . ugw? -rrT VNTED iijrrl todo housework Call at 21f T M allien t-ouai eat once St -T-r,rA'srED We have present need of good icre propertv to mppli ciMtrii I mens Call at onrc tin lml t Masiiii 4t2 e Dtu,las ave 27 Git Y AMhB-l fe' boarders with or without rooms, 14jn tiaporlaaie Hra i. Sco-glu .1. jU -ittaVTI-D V Rood Grrniin girl tnewho iimler T btiuls house work will linn a 6ood place in a small fuiml b appljiug at C31 u TupcUavi be tween J ouUU a ui -. e-ti T vNTrD Afcirl todolUht houstivor-s In small fumllv fcuqllirea,. 1.M4 n I opekj v c .! btt -.it vNTI-D V. Iad cama er immedla'eli, call at .Kin Mala upstairs room S. -'-& t vVTLD The cltlzcrsof "A Ichlta and Sedgwick c uutj vvnuluve propcrtj or auj description iostll r . scj-iti-c wl I ll 1 1 It to thci- l.itarest to liic It w th Harris 5. Co llaiii.i, hen m tin....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 December 1886

P3: f" ' x 4. v v- -sv-pft ;-- sy "--5lfp KJJS -y -Or H j5-va 'v-'5St 6 Jgfte WttChxtu ail Salter .gateclatj iPoniitijg, jlecenxfrev 18, 1886. W7s&?W:5r?' - FjM a xt 'T 'szrC?!?. . "V . sgy.! Vxy,y IN HARBOR. I think it is over, over, 1 think it is over at last. Voices of poem and lover, Tlio sivect and the bittor havo pssscd; Life, like a tempest of ocean, Il&th outWoivn its ultimate blast. There's but a faint sobbing seaward, "W nib the calm of the tide deepens leovrard, And leho!d, Iiks the -welcoming quiver, Thj hcartrpuLscs throbbed through the liver Tluw lights in tho harbor at last, The heavenly hai bor at last. I frel it i over' over! For the winds and the waters surecaso; Ah, few were the days of the rover Th-i :sai!e J in the lxjautv of peace ! And distant and dim was the omen Taut hinted redress or release Troni the ravafio of life and its riot. V h-t iriarrel I y?a-n f sr the quiet "U men bsoes in the hsrbor at last? IV r 1 1 j hLt., ith their welcoming quit cr 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. — 18 December 1886

vSH'i fc. fc i l '-4i Ix 'SmicTxita ail Kaalje: 3vLtxxan Wyoming, gecero&er 18, 1886. M nl?P?" faiHW' p$.e THE CHILDREN ARE AT PLAY. . witched tb3 look of Strang? surprisa That came so s iftJy to h?r eyes; For mine were full of tears unshed Dut all the hu.ivy silence broke, Vera these the siinpVj words she spoire: "The children are at play," she said. I heard the words as tfcose who h-ar The voice of mentor sent to cheer Sad hearts that ask for rest instead. Again the s'lnce full of nloor.1 Was broken in our darkening room 4-The children are at play,1 she said. t lifted up my eyes to see -The children playing merrily, Then sadly turned away my head; Dut heard ain the sad refrain As though glad words were voieed in pain "The children are at play,1' she said. "Children at play? at play? at play? "iVhcn hearts are breaking every day, And life is woe, itself," I said. "Nothing in all the solemn earth Eo mocks at grief as children's mirth," "How strange that they can play," sho said,...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 18 December 1886

PTml If -f Site WLxtfxitu Sailij gaglje : .gatectats Ptorning, Secerofcea; 18. t886. i s m w crr. .-v 2cUUJ Or' M. il. MUKDOCK AHKO.. Proprietors. ICE AIi ESTATE TKANSKEKS. 1100 1500 450 1000 1930 003 &00 1500 1200 1400 1550 500 5500 1500 L'oOO -1000 20000 T00O 1500 1000 Tha following are- tho real estate transfers rocorde 1 in the oflic9 of the register of deeds yesterday. A T & S F to G M ililler, n w 29, 25 1 G..' A Oppenheimer to H Sobuon lots IS, 20 22, 24, 20, 2S, Davis add B B Pollock to 1 B Dickey lots -12, IB, e First -t, Fairbaugb'.s sub div T L Mayberry to W E Kiier r4 of s Mofne?, 2-20-CJw ... G M Boyd to G Graham lots 21, 2:5, 2o, 27, 2'J, 31, 3:5, 35, 37, 39, blk 2, e river side add il J Bandall to A F & A M lodge, Zdt. Hope imdiv )i interest lot !, blk 12 Mt Hope A J j Hicit to J T Royal n e i 12-'J',"av A L Hiett to H L Smithon lots 12, 14. ?.foririiaii ai e Itoval's sub div A Allen toJFerliuion, lots K28, 10J0, Jackson ave Grielleii-tein Sth add... 1400 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 December 1886

g"'?svm$-r "''Sf'-- b: 5 -- Soak VOL. VI. NO. 28. WICHITA, 'KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1SS6. WHOLE NO. S10. .UNSON 123 and 125- fa tlffi I: Ill Gome Out For Mt Oar House For m Sale of Evening Fans. During our last visit to the market we bought 89 imported sample fans, everyone a gem. and everyone different from the other. Not one of che33 f ans is w dt cq less than $2.50 and half of them are worth $4.00 each. This Christmas Week Sale the entire lot will he put on sale, your choice for $1.50. :'.JiiA...a!a Sale of Stripe Velvets, Evening Shades. One lot evening shades in stripe velvets for this Christmas ;-week sale at 97c per yard. Come to this saie. We are open svenings this week, you can select the colors by evening light. Bower of In the center of the house the decorators have constructed a Handkerchief Pagoda, and trimmed ic with handkerchiefs of the Litest importations 12 L-2cto $9.50 each, A hankfcerchief to suit every tasce and every idea of price. Ccme and see. Ope...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 December 1886

FTTg" "SP Z 2 wmrfmm '??- 'f&5i&' rfii. JR 5 U fc.1A ' lf&iJplff$gle X. 31. 1IUIIDOGK, Editor. SUNDAY MORNINS. DEC. 19, 1SSS. A DREAM OF GRANDEUB. Kansas is the central state of the Union. The state lies in the immediate path of the modern and great national highways of steel. Kansas is the Interoceanie State pre-eminent, of America, considered with reference cither to the Atlantic and Pacific seas or the lakes of the north and the gulf on the south. Her position is commanding, stragetic. Born in blood, cradled in a struggle, she became the marked child of destiny. Within fifty years the two Americas will be one beneath thcSame flag the stars and stripes. Union the great plateau, lying between the Mississippi val ley and the Rocky ranges, equitable in temperature and cliEiate, healthful in ele vation, broad and attractive, will be locat ed the capital of the twin continents of the western hemisphere. The center of that plateau is Kansas, the center of Kansas is Wichita. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 19 December 1886

SppafSiPfl! cH -V- V ' gtte ttctttte gailjjgasde: .fxradas morning, Seceraber 19, 1886. gailsSrajgXe R. R. TJ ME TABLES. St. I-., Ft. S. AAV. It. It. 7. "ST 5.0 S3 Tarw. Train lenes Wie'i Sftfi a. m. and 7 40 p.m. Train arrive; from i 8 10 a. in. and 720 p.m. Train leave.... Train arrives... . . .8-30 a. m. and 8 p.m. .9-05 a. m. and 759 p. m. Wlrlilra Coliralo. Train leaves for Hutchinson .. 43 a.m. and 750 p m. Train arrives from HutchinKn..9M a.m.and itk p.m A., T. A S. F. It. K Arrlie . 7 10 t) m .11:16 a. m i 5 a in ..7 Up. m . ) p. i.i . 7 4 m. .1- 15 p. .ii. s-25 u m . 2J p m . Sifa a ni . 7 ") P m 3oinf? North. Paft-enper Solng N'lrlh. Accommodation Going 51UU. PasjllRiT Golpr outii. Accommodation .. Going North. Pasf-enger Solng North. Accommodation - Oomgfeouth P.tscner ... Goli South. VccomiiKMlallon .. Goiiik North. P.-seii'r Ooln South, P.uvngcr Wichita X Western. Arrives. . 8) a. in. . 7.13 p m .12Jf p. m Leaves. . fc 1" a in . 7.V p m . 'ids e m No. 2. Mail and Expres...

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