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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 January 1887

;: hz WiicMtK gaiXtj gagle : Ttnrsrtmj f$tarniucj, ganxrarg 6. 1887. 5iXras1 K. M. Htodock, Editor. It. P. "SUBDOCK. M. M. MURDOCH & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 6, 1S87. All letters attaining to the business or the printing bouse or bm.ery. o fr information of advertising, houli! te iiddnscted to the business manager; all Other coinmunlcatlonfl to the editor. The only Daily Pajor in Southwest Kar.wa or t lie Arkansas V?:lley receiving both the day and nisht Aoclate-l Press rojxirt in full. TEUMS OF SUn&CKIITlONS. DAILT Br JIAIi, TOtiTAOE rUKrjJD. One oopy, one year Onecoy.8lx months Onooopy, three ir ...Jis One copy, one mo..Ji By carrier, per year By carrier, three months ...... Twenty cents per week delivered by carriers city. .5 8 - 2i$ I 10 VI . 250 in the Oae copy, one year. In the State CI j; oae copy, six tnontns TO ADVERTISERS. Our ratos for advertisif.x sluUl be as low as those of may other paper or equal -value aa an aaverusinK mo AH "t...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 January 1887

gteicfcita jataj gagte: glrorscUnj ptorutno, Samratu 6, V887. is swt rvrfegXe A-PER "Wittrock, alias Cummings, States that lie Compromised with the Express Company Through Pinli- erton for the Removal of a Mortgage On His Mother's Home, thus Se curing the Objects of the Robbery. A Family of Eijrht Persons Mysteri ously Poisoned in Brooldyn, i Y.; Two Dead, Others Dying. Further Accounts of the Terrible "Wreck near Tiffin, Ohio A Ghastly Find in Lexing ton. Mass. THE V,. & O. lTOKROJR. Additional Details of the Frightful "Wieck as Obtained from Wit nesses Thereto. Clvi:l..ni), 0., Jan. o. 'The following additional details of csterdiw wreck on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad near Tiflin, are furuisifed by a special dispatch to the Leader: It is openly charged that the con ductor of the freight train was intoxicated. "Whether this is true or not is not positively known; one thing is certain, and that is a great share of the responsibility if not all of it rests upon the conductor...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 January 1887

pje CicMta ml vl&z: gtarsdag Toruiiig, gaimanj 6, 1887. A! MSA UN' A UAIJ5UAT. J no. S. Cozine & Go. THE TRYING EXPERIENCE OF SOME THOUGHTLESS EXCURSIONISTS. Real 17- 5 staie Agents, A Blade Cloud Coining Oat or tho Glassy "Waters. Tho First Deadly Peril. ITixlla of "Water A Yawning Abyss. . Safe at I.as,t. ITo ran out of tho inlet straight to sea for fifteen miles, and then threw oar lines for cod. It was a Xew Jersey catboat, and thero wcro ton of us in her open cabin men, v. omen and children. Tho wind died quite array as onr lines went over, and tho ripples pasod off old ocean's face and left it; as smcctii as glass. Thero was not a breath of air aloft, and tho July sun beat down with the strength of fire. It was just 11)2 day for a thunder storm, but no ono gave it a thought. Koon came, and wo ato our lunch. Our lics wero ready again, when there was a. low growl to seav.ard, and we looked up to note tho od-jo of a black cloud coming out of tho glassy waters. It had c le...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 January 1887

Txe ticfciia Saittj Satfk : kfcurs&uj f$foiiitts, gamrarij 6. 1887. --X! - CIRCE. ENGHSH AS SHE IS SUffG. - WHY SO MANY AMERICAN SINGERS FAIL TO PRONOUNCE DISTINCTLY. The glovring in her eyes Oh, that slo-xin;! This ii was that held him strong iind fast; Held him -rchila all holy visions passed; Acd the p-Jace-land3 that they promised sroYrisp Tar and fainter, sank rrora siht at last. ' " "Why, she conquered him tr'th just her smiling; ' With her pure eyes aa-1 thesr itching lure; "Withbrrripa hps, dear as though heaVc-mire; TVithia hr breast saow; firei Ah, world, re- TillE". Tell us which high soul is all secure? O that slowing ia her eyes! "What his praying! Not on field is fought the direst fight: "What, when heart and soul and all Life's might Meet the Circe-god an angel straying! And that temptress all incarnate hght? Edgar L. 'Walreman in The Journalist. ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. Tho Sclicmo of a firooliljn Dentist The Plan of ilakinjr AVeeiilv Payment-. ' ' rery thing is ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 6 January 1887

I gftj ttcMtaSatls'Saele: Storst XovniriQ, "gnnxxKVJi 6. 1887. .rSiKT 't&mu 31. 31. MUKDOCKA-imo.. I'livni-wi-". THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 6 lbVT. IlEAIi ESTATE TUANSFEU5. The following te tho real cctata trailers recorded in tho oiiicj of the register of deeds yeterua3 W R Moser to S A Rockwell, lots C2, , Ci, GJ, bS, Burr ave, Maplo groyo add S 800 M J Shackelfoid to S A Rockwell, lots 2, 4, G, S, 10, 1'3, Greeu st, Oliver's subdiv 1350 J O Davidson to J C Riffestou, Jots 90, 92, 91, 9G, Maiket- st, English's Oth add 500 B S Garrison to fc-eusvrick Co, llSO It s of no eor ot uv qr ol ss qr 16-27-lc, thaco w 0U. it. s 7.) it, o iii it, n to feet .............-..... - G C Strong to J il Deraubo, lots 2, 4, 0, Ellis ave, Strong add G U Strong to J D liny, lot.-? ', 57, 59, Hydraulic ave, St o ig'b ad I G G Strong to J V Cooler, lots 77, TV, 81, Ellis ave, Strong a add G G Strong to J W Cooper, lots 90, 92, 91, 90, Lu-u ave, Strong's add G C Strong to S E Carman, lots 11, 10, 13, EUi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

If S. je r THLTVI. KO. 44. WICHITA, KANSAS, FEIDAY MOKSTESfGr, JANUARY 7. 1887. WHOLE NO. 826. LOtlrfltfll V I T 1 Su4r& m jfir o JIM cM"jE f i fctoXBe 12 and 12s Main otreet. PRODIGIOUS bALu iBfe NATIONAL CAPITAL Two Cases of Contested. Seats inthe tHouse Have Been Decided. be settled within . wo or three days. A meeting of 31 r. Randall's friends will be held at his residence tonight. There are several members who voted for considera- j tion who, it is saiq, do not approve of the bill now on the calendar from the wavsand Changes in Senate Committees Consequent upon Logan's Death. The Monroe Doctrine to be Main tained by Constructing a CanaL The Senate Committee on Foreign fairs Looking After Our Inter eats in Frozen Regions. AJ- Tiie Controller and the National Banks Tariff Tinkering Our Phil anthropic Chief Nomi nations Tid-Biis. CAPITAL BUDGET. C The nominations Our immens o took Sacri u. Come at Once fej 1 BS 51?, JIt5? M h L fiWi) ft? W f5ji S3 t g? ?' tf ir t 0 Hi 13? .Sr...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

n-?v3U .. vr. g&e 33ttcMta fails gaale : Uriflag Jttormno, Jatiuarrj 7. t887. 33VS WlUMteBailvCSlnals-uJEXtnxsLJz aiigfScjpigXe M. 31. 3ITJUDOCK, Editor. "FRin A Y "TlORKING. JAN. G," 1SS7. TOPEKA SPECIAL DISPATCHES. An Important Feature to the Readers of The Eaerle. Commencing with January V and continu ing daily until the adjournment of the Leg islature; the Eagli: will contain a full tele graph report of all news of interest irans piriugatthc state capital, v.liich will in clude importint legislative- action of both House and Senate, the nuns of the diflerent departments of state, together with all in teresting movements made on the political hoard, and every other matter of state inter est or importance. This service will all be by wire and of course expensive. No daily paper of Kansas over attempt ed so great an enterprise. The Missouri River dailies have employed regular correspondents in the past, whose matter was transmitted by mail supple mented by a small wire service ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

Site 'S&tctxita gaily "Eagle : fridaij ornitig- Jaixitari 7, 1887. &l4& Hag R. R. TIME TABLES. Denver, Mempjiis Atlantic. . west. 2TA.ME O" STATIONS, kist. .Mixed Train. Mixed Train, So. I. So.2. &40A.2:. Lvl " ; 'neAr. 7Wr. 7-05 . .. .j 7:05 75 Aavji- 6:13 110 Coaway Springs gg 10:30 Milton 5: 10;M Norwich 530 USD Belmont 432 1153 Alameda 1225 P. 51 Ar-, ,Lr & 1255 Lt -ingan .5.45 135 Penalosa 315 135 Iuka Junction -2:jO 2:15 Turoii ' "Trains Xos. 1 and 2 rnn dally. Train So. 2 will wait at Turon until Train 'o 1 arrives. Trains will stop -at all ftatlon. .-,-.-.r . 1TZGERALD&3IALi.UUl lumi u.t, -v- SA-l'L HUNT, Train llastcr. Chief Engineer and Gen 1 sn; St. I,.. It. S. A W. 11. It. EAST CODD TEAIJS. Train leaves Wichita 9:85 a. m. and 7.49 p.m. Train arrives from the eat 5.W a. m. and 1c3 p.m. WEST BOUXI. Train leaver .S50 a. in. and S p. in Train arrive 9:05 a. m. and 750 p. in. Wichita. A Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson 5:15 un. aad 750 pn. Train a...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

WPJD1hnBWiBSli7 fte micTttta gaili SgXc : Jfuidatj ptoruing, latiiranj 7. 1887: 4 m,CT;....1Yn;ffilimm JTQ. jftri-p BragXe H. P. IUUWCX, Editor. M. M. MUBDOCK&15RO., Publishers and Proprietors. FRIDAY .MORNING, JAN. 7, 1S67. All lecu-rs (Ttalnl:it- to the busiucu. or the p.-jntlns honsaorlilnderv. or for information of cilvertlMiie. tkauli be nddressed to ths UusIjjeMi managor; all Other communication to tho rrfitor.. The only Dallv Fajwr In Souinw5t Kansas or the Arkansas Vslley receiving !.otb th- any and night Assoola'e-l Prrtw rcM-i t in full. TEK3IS OF SI7HSCK1ITIOXS. UAlt.y BT Kill .VodTAOE rSKI'AID. One copy, one year One copy, f-u months Oneoonv. three ir.,.fc .S S (JO . 2 l Oiecii. itc mo...1i , j! Br carrier. t-r year " B carrier, tluv? months -."-; ";,. J Twenty cenu per rreek delivered by carriers In the dry. - weekly. One cory, one year. In the Jatate, ' i Oae oepy, six months " TO ADVKHTISEKS. Our rates for advortUlnj; shall l.-J as 1ot as those or any ottor ipf r ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

$Iic WXichxtii Bails gagle: Jfrictag gtorniug, cinuarij 7, vB87 -asra'ig "" V glEXi 'CI B W ?oci Uv. The Murderer of "Young Codman, ITear Boston, Confesses alls Crime. Two Passender Trains Attempt; to Pass a Crossing at the Same Time. The Foul Murder of Rev. Had dock Divulged by an Sye "Witness. A Statistical Statement of Destitution in Texas Produced by Lat Year's Severe Drouth. Chicnjro Uoycntters Astonish Uecalci- trnnt Manufacturers Severe Earthquake in Trxas, The JJ.&O. Wreck. Destitution in Texas. Fort Wouth, Tex., Jan. G The Ga zette has marie the following e-timate of the number of destitute families in the drovvth stricken reirion of Texas: Callahan county ot), Parker "loO, Tavlor 200, P.do pinto 250, Coleman 150, Jack ?i)Q, Ste nhens&SO.lvunuells 200..Iones 22o, Shackle ford loO, Haskell 30, Youmr 130, Brown 4(K), Ea Land 300, Cou'anche 300, No Ian 30, Fisher 100. Erath 130, Morton 10 and Hardeman 130. A Texas Shake-np. Paige, tJ-x , Jan. G A slight .shock of earth...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

mmwtmtnm wwuwwmv 8jBffgWgft,t - M9Mty JUlLiMtlJWK.4-,Ll KB if I 5 4 1 gke mLirtxite gailij gagXe: Seicfcrr, fporrotig, gamiari! 7, 1887 6 U i .-. , ,. fnttrfjmimz,m -s-CsMa sprite THE CIRCUS Ef WINTER. A YOUNG LADY IN TRAINING AS AN EQUESTRIAN PERFORMER. Dangling from the Arm or a Gibbet. "Knee "Work" for Beginners Teaching a Noiice the Desired Motions "Which Add Grace to Uio Itiilcr . A broad-backed -ivliite horse, -with a silver silk mane and one of those billowy tails rarely met with in real life, cantered into the ring. There -sras an arch in his sivau riedc and a proud carriage of his head never seen outside of the circus ring. A v.hito corded girth secured a pad on bis back, and thclines leading to his bit ivcre or blue silk, fraj-ed and soiled. Then the invaluable young animal, ;hoo capacity for taking up tricks vras limitless, camo on. She pushed asido tho calico hang ings at the curtained doorway and walked to the hordes side. She v. as a girl, with a big bunch of yellow ha...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

SGrS5MSSasi JEStl Site WLicXxita. Sails "gaffle: JsvicUtg gamming, Jjumanj 7. V887. J gailifSir SasIe IN THE GARDEN. tTas It thou, Mignonette? For while ths south vind sfills his low complaints To Iar the cens.r ot thy rich perfume, I read upon a terrace warm with bloom, Flower stories of the Virgin and the saints. I read that 3!ary, pass-ng through a field, Her heart oppressed with that mysterious gloom Which ever falls on those whom heaven has sealed Tor glory's crown and doom Stooped often in her meditative walk To plfick some favored blossom from its stalk. Some happy flower, which bowed its beauteous head And summer's odorous benediction shed. But one poor fragile weed, Nor beautiful, nor sweet, Which shs would never heed But that it clung so close about her feet, With tender touch she gathered- to her breast And to her lips the sligutfd floweret pressed, Because so frail, so hopeless, loved the bestl Oh, thn the pale weed strove To v.iuper forth its rapture and its love; And w...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 7 January 1887

'ffxz WLxttete gailu vlqU : gridag Anting, Jaimarij 7. 1887. T- M. "H. Ml'ltDOCUA '.!:.. ri.il.rH Fitl.'AY MORNING. .TAX. 1-fr KKAli ESTATB TK.V.Vb'K!!S. Tiie folio ivins ai-o tho real estate tra.n-.feij rjcorJJ in tha o"i of the reenter of ileutii I yesterJpy. II Solinccr to 11 F rrev.-coinb, lot .'5.", "Mathevr soil's ad J 2J00 Kansas, to S A Stucko, Ji e qr o n u qr, alt-o s lif of n qr of of 10-27-29... B 11 Campbell to il it Mo-ei, lot 10, Tcpeku. 3.VL', Ililton'.s add TT Solomon to J T Jlorgaa com at n o cor of Nineteenth ami Washington avc. thence n SO ft, l.VJ ft e, "j0 It s, 150 It v vv T Berry to Kelly Alexander cc Balm, l'si, 11, 1". Tariton ave. Beace iz Berry's sub-div Eiiomwwi -MX Vir:iliasa.-, Iu.. !, 11, i:, 15, Vo'utsia arc Holers'' Mib sliv. J P Hanson to B L-vi, lots 13, 12, Morris st, Hal field's ad-i G ilauer to il 11 llanch, lots A and B Kim cfc Xw comb'j. add - J Snliard M H Rsucli, lot o'J, DiXiglas 10000 500 4C0 soo ceo couo soo 375 2500 1S00 1000 S i- rtnoc...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 January 1887

VZ T V- Sfaole Kma3 his Society VOL. v: NO. 45. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATCPtDAY MOB2TNTG, JANUARY 8. 1887. WHOLE 1STO. S27. ,tw,.-;r. av t..v--j7rr, wicpta I I l ii isi sMi ipt "f ftk S X5js35XbC A& is 123 and 125 in in a t A U V xJAUAni Our Immense Stock Oi Q.PTlll OclUl ill Come "W WlfLlil $g$ & -" - 'Ajw um IWbh i4 M 6iM x i 1 4 Jl JhI Mf? fi r r? r 1 y 1 i-i Si I i s IliiCtiLiUi U Corner Douglas ay. and Market St. "n rui - m otx 1 j- "J j 1 ' n i c One lot 42 pair White Blankets for $5 a pair, fully worth $ro. These are the largest size made and an extra quality. - One-lot 84 pair all-wool 11-4 Scarlet Blankets which we will close out at $3.30 a pair. Never sold before under $6 00. - One lot 10 pieces fast color Turkey Red Table Linen 25c a yard. It cannot be du plicated at 50c. One lot 33 dozen All Wool Red Mittens A. KATZ. S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and Market St. H Main Street. VTTn I 5 5 v LJU 1 1 U11UO. Bai ev - -L L tf s& ' a ASr ftJflKSF' t 1 ESS !,'? 6 7 r . r r mia...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 January 1887

ntQvfmixvxiivi "g&QTz ': atxrrflag 5trSSgTmmnxQ 8, 1887. E l ajgjgXe JL. 21. JKDUDOCIC, Kditor. SATURDAY MORNING. JAN. S. 18S7. The "Wichita Eagle should buy its tele gntphic proof reader a geography of Shaw nee county. Topeka Journal. Where is Shaw nee county, and what "would a map of her cost ? The nomination of .M. S. Quay for Unit ed States senator by the Pennsylvania Ile publieans, which, in this case, means lnV election, is a triumph of the Cameron ele ment of the part- in that state. Kansas towns and cities are wakening up to a realization of the effect that the iutcr-stale commerce bill would have on inland Kansas and boauis of trade and city councils, are sending forward their protests. The Lawrence Tribune says: Dr. J. v . Alderman's place, comprising about 200 acie. lying across the road, west and nnrtliw..,t of the Haskell institute, has NICKEESON CHIPS. been f-old to the government, $17,500. institute, consideration The Kansas legislature and the Kansas Equal Suffra...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 January 1887

W $fce tggticfttta gailiragfre : atxirday ptomiug, gamrarij 8, t887. wtfc-- jyinwj -v.-., -s-i , ft. ana J -w&&m'4 mxmW: wmu R. R. TJ-ME TABLES. Denver, Memphis A Atlantic. west. txXVl?. OF STATIONS. eat. ilixed Train. Mixed 1 rain. No. 1, No. J. cuo a. u Lv V 'V ' . 'Me Ar -A)r. 7-tO Rs .. .j 7i 7;25 As.ajU C:43 " IftlM ftCouwuy Springs Jj 1U.S) Milton .1:1(1 lOp-l Norwich 5:20 11S Belmont 4.52 ll-o Alameda 43. 12r25 r. m Ar K,mn I.v 4:05 1255 Lr Kingman Ar .j;13 1:15 I'enaloca 1.-U5 155 luka Junction 2:Vi 2:15 lurou 2:3) Trains X oi. 1 and 2 run dailr. Train No. 2 will wait At Turoii until Train No 1 arrives. Trains vrJII htop at all station. KlTZCEItALD & JIAI.I.OUY COXSTCX TO. D. J. TIIAYEK, SAM'I. HUNT, Chief Engineer and Oen'l M'n?'r. Traiu Master. St. lu. Ft. S. AW. It. K. KVTT 1.0UND TItUSS. Train leaves AYlohitn &-"" in. and?:) p.m. Train arrivi-3 from tlio east ...S.ll) a. in. and .3) p.m. AVKST cousn. Train leaves oia. m.aiul 8 p. in Train arrive..... 9)3 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 January 1887

a-ttfWfeffl SaiHpwjle K. M. Kcrdock, Editor. R.P. lUMVjCK, IhuilnnsR Manager. M. XI. 2IURD0CK & BliO., Pn"blishei'a and Proprietors. SATURDAY MORNING-, JAN. 8, 1SS7. AU! ; to the business of the printing houtflnrhlnSiTV-or fnr liiformxtirm fit arfvprtialn: should be adctrejwd to the business iwautger; all Othn.r communications io the pdircr. The only Dally Paper In Southwest Itnrj or tlie Azjcanxas Valley receiving both thi day cud night Associated Prea reports in full. TKK5IS OF-SUltSCHIITIONS. DAILY BY ilAIL, P0-!TA5 PESTAID. One copy, one year. m....2 2 ''-' One copy, .six montbn ' Onecopy, threcir .u.!m .- 2 'j Oae copy, one mo..th "' By carrier, j.-er year , .-.- 10 iw By carrier, three months 2 50 Twenty cents pr week d-sliTered by carrlsra In tun city. WEEKLY. One copy, one year, iu the State, SI ') Osocopy, six months ' TO ADVERTISERS. Oorrate3 S3 for advertising shall be as low a? tfcofe of paper of 'equal value as an advertising me way other dlnm. All transient adverti...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 January 1887

TtXY JXGMM S-.v--,-. 'gfiz Wiicftxin Sailt,- n$le r: MntntOnu gXorning, grnmimj 8, v887. ,il 'sk IP&iiifr' sgie BUSINESS ROOND OP. Dun's Trade Review Shows a Sat isfactory Condition to Gen eral Business. Wheat, Hogs, Oil, Coffee, Iron, and. Silver Quoted a Lit tle Higher. . Advance in Price of Checked by Large eign Realizing. Stocks For- Foreign Exchange Advanced .ind Im portation of Jold SiuspeiKled Domestic Out put (i renter. Phenomenal Increase in Railroad Kuildintr the Past Year Large -Increase in Failures. COLD TVATE. Jack Frost, V train Playing Teeter with Mvrtle and Magnolia. "Washington', D. C, Jan. 8, 1 a. m. The following are the indications for Uli mis, Iowa and Missouri: buow, followed by fair weather, colder, northerly winds. For Kansas and Nebraska: Colder, northerly winds, fair weather, becoming warmer in ttie western portion. Chicago, Jan. 9. The mercury fell stc.i hiv in this city until 4 o'clock this mornjng. when the thermometer registered 14 degrees below zer...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 January 1887

A4stoefiw&ttlr&& " I- UOkJmmiSKJ ii p nti h utuSJOIllU&9dSWutkftCS99R9Bn iiuij.i.ijj5uiijij.iMaiiiioift;iryirairtBBr. '.wuic. Txe tgaicMla ailg S0c : Jfalnrctari 2tortiiti0, Jatwaro 8, 1887. J no. S. Oozine & Co. --iv'Vv' i'itnwitij:wn,riilnij(. 'SS&8$,4S3&rm MUTES OF ALASKA. A STURDY PEOPLE WHO DWELL NORTH OF THE ARCTIC CIRCLE. Their Physical Peculiarities and Cus toms Powers of Enslurauce Ctnious Marital Arrangements Belief in Kill Spirits Curious Superstitions. In previously published works this race has been denominated as the trord "In nuit." This nomenclature arose from the incompetence of tho interpreters. "In-nuit'- means "men," being tho plural of iniiuk, "man.' These people have no name as a race, but designate themselves "ilutes," v.l'ich literally translated, means "a dv.eller at or upon." Tor instance, a native born at the village on Point Hope (Tigerach) is a Tigerach Mute; one born at Point Bauow is a Kbo-tvuk ilute, and so on, deriving the...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 8 January 1887

ghz WLithite Sails '&: aturcUnj 3$foraiit0, gatroartj 8, 1887. L-l '!' PmajWfiawX . N0TED LOVE'E DESERTED FALACE. Regard it well, 'tis yet a lordly place. Palace of Love, once warmed with sacred fires. Sounding from end to end with joy of lyres, Fra.-rar.t with incense, with fjreat lights ablaze. The iiros arc dead now; dead the festal rays; No mom the music marries keen desires, No mow tha incense of the shrine aspire?. And of Lovu's godhead there now no trace. Yet if one walked at night through those dim halls, Slight it not chance that ghostly shapes would rise, And ghostly lights glide glimmering down the v. alls, T"iri there might be a stir, a sound of sighs, And gentle voices answering gentle calls And gentle, wandering wraiths of melodies Philip liourlze Jlarston. THE GREAT THING IN BOXING. An i:xi;ert Talks About tho "Knock Out" IJIov. Facts About I'cncing. At tho entrance of visitors tho combat ants ceased their cutting and slashing, wliilo tho instructor came forward, ...

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