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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 January 1887

tie tmicftita Baits nQlz: tettiiesclan ptorninn. anarg 12. 1887 U adXS?swjX$ M tl tUmix-cu, 1 Krtltor. Kiu-in 'anaer. I. M. MURDOCH & BRO., Ptl ImIici-s and Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 12, 1587. All l-iu-rs if rtaiiilni; to the buniut-ss of Vie printing ouw or blmlery, or for Information of j.dcrtk!uc. hould lutilressrtl to the lniiies niniiat-r; all thr (o:iiiMiiiil'jit1u ' tiw ftitor. TlHMiiuy unit fixx'r In boutliwest Kaitrjw or trtf ArXHii-w. valley rrceiviii); ooia me c n.uu ui Ajonltv1 Pr.su. i-himiH. ill full. TEHMs OK SlIBSCKIITIONS. (1AII.V BT MAIL. rOhXAOK rltkfAIU. One copy, oue year ui.r.iiii, mx month On copy, tlirve it . hs 0--'-iiy, ui mo h . 8. currier. :r year B carrier, tlutf months . -- Twenty cent per week dcllrerrxl by carriers ell v. WEKKI.Y. One copy, one year. In the State .. 4 01' .. 75 .. lOOJ .. 250 !n the .$1 inw copy, kix mounts TO ADVEKT13EKS. Our rates for ad vprUslni; sliall e as Sow as those ol ay other imperof iua! value as an advertlKl...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 January 1887

Ixc 'SSlichita Dailtj gagle : WCcdncsdnu pXoming, Jaimatnj 12. v887. The Discussion of tne Military Bill in the German Reichstag Disclosed a Feeling of Grave Apprehension for Con tinued. Peace. Prince Bismarck Delivers an Im passioned Appeal for Prompt Aid. He Disclaims fur the Government any Hostile Intentions, but Expresses Distrust of Their old Enemies, The French, -who, he Declares are not Only Anxious but Actively Pre paring for a Renewal of the Conflict. OYER THE OCEAN. Prussia. Berlin, Jan. 11 The Reichstag was crowde Jtoday, the occa-ion being the call-! ing up ot the'government's military bill in , its amended form lor .second reading. IJerr Von Wedell Picsdorf, president of the chamber, read committee'.- report on the bill The committee said they were not authorized to advocate any propo-als in conneciiuii with the measure because none of them -ent obtainetl the sanction of a majority of the committee. Gen. Moltke opened "debate iu fauor of the second read ing on behalf of...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 January 1887

ftote& r li 6 Iie OTicftiia itetln 'Eaole: Sgtcjftncsrtnu Jclmuinrj, Jamianj 12, 1887. BUY LOTS IN iajgflte T" '"itf gaifojMn WOMAN'S TEARS. Tlie fountain of a woman's tears Lies closer to her heart than man's Sho lives by moments, he by years; She p:t:es where he looks askance. First she to act the Christian part, Keener to feel for Rrief and pain; Perchance it is because her heart Is less a stranger to her brain. Iloubeit 'tis womanly to weep, And her sweet, sudden teara f t shame Our better selves from torpid sleep To win a purer, nobler name. Dear, tender, tear-dimmed, woman eyes! How oft your tei.dcr. pit ing tears Have lifted frowns, garment-;. ue. The int-Hp bitterness of j srs now oft j our tears m pome daric day, Down dropping, cwH.t as bcented thyme, On our rough hcaits, have Ussed away The slam of some intended crime! -KobsrtOgden Towler in Brooklyn Migazino. CALIFORNIA RANCH LIFE. How llic Women "While Away the Time. 2"ot 11 Desirable I"istcncc. Tho v. omen often bho...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 January 1887

Sfec W&xckitz gaittj atfe: 'SSteaiiesclaij gaming, January 12 1887. Ms Ipailjj c?C.A Y . && GOOD-BY, SWEET DAY. TLo' loath to siy good by to this sveet day This day that brims at lip . ith amber tvine Lrovved of sweet memories, Thia syren, wooing bees To dreams of vassail with tne columbine And lingering glances of cnamonng 3Iay. Tho" loath to say good by to such as ths, I fill my heart wth no sad requiem, But from the mountain s crest, Into the billowy v est, "Watch the dear guest go down, and as tho hem Of evening s curtain folds steal a last lass. Good by, sveetday' Over the white, white gown That soon will fold the daisy downs in sleep Thora will a shadow be Of thy loed face, to me A promise of thv coming back to Leep Taith's tryst, and light the sta-s in spring s rich crcvn. "Wade "Whipple SOCIAL LIFE IN ENGLAND. The lie.. Henry "Ward Uetclier Hsprecs Hi-. " iewi-U lilt He S nr. TiiO Re Henry "Waul Beecher, refei ring to his last viMt to England tvrent. -three Tears...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 12 January 1887

Jaas&&pr yyfc SASSfe, i2&2s: ' - v V".W f " J.- rf-"-"- 3 IP gtxe -3icMla ail Sarjfte edneseUig 21omiuQ, gamtarrj 2. 1887 fl r -I 'K Til l&T - VV 0 ! Ctf &' M. 31LKIOCK A. 1SKO.. Pniirlrnir. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JAN" 12. Sb. KKAii CSTATIi TKANSKEKS. Thu following are the real estate transfers recorde-l ill tha ollice of the register of deed yettrtay. G C Strous to F D Gri-Ks lots CA, CO, CS. LuU uv", Strontr's iuW 3". II L Smith-on to M J P Kcrnasi lot 8, 1'tiliiier-ton st, Simtb-on'-. -uo-div... C O0--011 to F Spears lot.. 00, ."iS Bay ley's Milniiv A J "Wnddell-to P A Jone- lots lu.15,17, 111, 21, Ne-owl :-t, ai. i, S. Chautau qua hv, 2. 4, Koiiiiuers ave Wad dellV siiImIiv W U Carroll to J Shank, lots It, 11, U lX'3 uve. M;utinm' add J1V U'liifiiiitoKJI Jones lots OK, 71, - s:i. Water tt. En 200 700 2500 7M glish's 0th add -, 14S0 U ,LrU oce.ll lis, IULSJ i-;, 12u Market st Lee's add "00 V II II Campliell to G G Stearns lots is () ' -4. Waba.-h ave. Canm- ii'll'...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

"SU Wichita VOL. VI. NO. 49. WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1887. WlUiLK NO. li C23B H x ?& f es sF-is rjpa feyss s?3 1 1 JiAJi M H ft) te x2&F-a v r23 and 125 MM mum JAUARY Our immense Stock Sacrificed. Come ill HAHgj o 11 ffit M ?s? li , & WvT pfz JsL b " c ft 1 j&cvv. r & ti H bt Tl 1 1 Fniiac leiDma A Corner Douglas Closing- ULlt U UU Needing more room for our constantly increasing Dry Goods trade, we have de termined to close out our Boot and Shoe Department. We have a stock of about $12,000 worth of Boots and Shoes, which will be sold at any price to insure their speedy- sale. We must -have the room for our early Spring Business. Come and Get Bargains. A.. S. W Corner Douglas Main Street. GIOUS OJLjj Once L; 1 3 J J av. and Market St. llpiuirfiTipril uGUG.illlulll Ave. and Market St. T The Preliminary Work of Place- Filling Being Completed, and the Governor's Message Received, Bead and Referred to the Committees, The Legislature Promptly Pro...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

aatfHifegrt'K - " rsjKeEsascsa222E """ ' ' n ; 'if Site Eiclttta gailtj gagle: Sfturstlag doming, Jamiavxj X3. 1887. KiSAM gaxioj y (' - saw II. M. S'UIUIOCK, hrtltor. THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 13 1RS7. THE INTERSTATE EILL. Mr. Newman Revic-K-B the Matter. 3Ir. "W. IT. Newman, the General traffic manager of tlie Jliouri Pud fie .-steni, lhau whom there is no belter informed man touching the tiunsporlutiVn question in the United Stales lias mldiwerf a letter to General Manager Clark with refer ence to the interstate commerce hill now before congies. The letter is very long and comprehensive and even more ex haustive than that of Mr. Poor, the ac knowledged expert. In speaking of the compromise bill or Cullom's interstate, Mr. Newman holds that the first section of the bill goes further even than did the original Reagaa hill; in truth it deals with water routes when operated in conjunction with rail lines. Under if the Moruan Steamship Line between New York and Galveston or New Orleans, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

Tt OTttcfcita gaily vlqz: glnxrsclaij horning, Jautrarg 13, 1887 3 i'fi g&iXxj crr. --v . gw$4je R. R. TIME TABLKS. Denver. Memphis Jt Atlantic. west. XAME OF STATIONS. et. JILrcd Train. Mixed Train. No. I. No.:. 6 40 a. . Lv Belle Plalne Ar 7?j r. 7ti3 lliverd:ile .TAT. IZS Anbon 6:t3 lOo?) tvCoHV Spring 103) Jlllton 5:U1 l')3i Norwich 5i) 11. j) Belmont iSl 1155- Alameda S5" - J a Penalosa 3aS 1:53 IntaJutictlon 2: 2:15 luron Si' Trains No I and 2 ran tt-Ul v. Train No. 2 will wait at Toron until Trin No 1 arrives. Trains will stop at ail stations. , KlTZi.EKALD & 3IALLORY rONSTTCN i D J THaYEK, SAM'UHUNT. Chief En -iuetr and Gen'l M'ng'r Train Master. M. I. Ft. . A V. K. K. EajT BOCTSD TRAl.NS. .. . . TrilnWves -Wichita .. .. -? ' ?nrf -v? 1 n m Train arrives from the e-t .. S.W a. m. and .- p.m. Train leave-- ... Train arrives.. s:3) a. ci. awl S p. ni ".".... 9i5 a. m. and -a p. m. H'irhita Colorado. Train leaves for Hutcniuson. ...9: a-m. and 7i) p m. TrllS arrm from H...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

fr?-gSgS Tue WLiclxite 3ailg uqU: gTtursclatj ptoruiugf, ganuanj X3. 1887. i llJi fsrfinsx &hj l "lltU,K Krtitor. K P. CiUnjCK, nuxln nnctcer. M. M. MURDOCH & KKO., f'nhlisbera and Pruprietora. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. Vi, 1687. All i ix-ru-lnni,; the tiusluewi uf the jirli tin.. i.ieor liliiiler" ,ir for inforiiiatliin of mltertLsli.,, buld tx' ftiMr;sil to the business fnumurer. nil th-n-inini!ii!iT.ri(iiis lo the editor. Tnen'i'f limit J-aper tn bout nvk eft iisn or rhi ArWmi'.v4 Valley receiving both the 'in- sral nUh A.(viHicl Press report" ill full TntM Or slfHM'S:lITHH. DAIt V BV MAIL, rot?lOJ I KXKAlD One copy, oueivar. OniTojn.six jncntl'i One cop, three r , bs . it1 j tecojn, tic mo n B exrrier, in r jear nrj Br carrier, three months ' Twenty i ents per week dellTered d carrier .n uk city. WEEKLY. ' 0?e copy, on year. In the State ' 15! Oae copy, six months ,J TO ADVERTISERS. Our rateH for af v rttsiuK -DhII low a Ui.-ie of nj other pciv-r .." -.'' Millie as an orfve...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

'She 'SSUchita Dalit .-gagle: SIuxrscTa$ ptoruiug, January 13, X887. MESSAGE. (Continued from Firm Pase ) During the last fiscal year 419 students wereiu attendance, notwithstanding the fact that several of the lower classes had been discontinued. The State Agricultural College The work, growth and present condition of this importaut educational institution are fully deluded in the reports of i.s regents and officers. The new college hall has been completed; forty-four acres have been added to the farm; and the value of the college property has increased, during the past two yearsfrom $14.j,So7 93 to 207, G7b" 03. The annual attendance has in creased Iroiuc59o to 428. representing sixty L.ausas counties and eighteen states. State .Normal School The reports of the regents and officers of this institution show that it is in a very prosperous condi tion. It-, graduates are in demand as teachers, and the enrollment of pupils at tending is steadily increasing. During the liscaljCear endi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

?;??y8 it ( 6 gfce icftita iailg Sagle: gtaesflas orniug, Jatroarg 13, 18&7. MS WJ a I 153 s IJfc "TEAT'S A TWISTER." ADVENTURES OF AMATEUR CLIMB ERS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTANS. A Tarty or "Tcndcrfect" on the 3Ionn taln Top After a Tiresome .Tourney. An Approaching Storm A Sccno of Wondrous Beauty. "That's a tv.ister," said the gentleman from Kansas. "You mountain connoiseurs may net grasp at once the full meaning of the ver nacular of tho plains, but I wish to say, as emphatically as I can without swearing, that there is a twister with the corkscrew end down, and if there is u dugout in this vicinity "1 think we had better creep in." Saying this he pointed with a cyclonic twisting motion of his extended arm toward an ugly looking black cloud flaring out above and on cither side of Cameron's cone; pointed to tho forked chain lightning, every bolt of which seemed to strike on tho face of the mountain cono like a fifty ton sledge hammer, with a sound every time as though tho thunderbol...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

2Ixc Smictota Sails 15aaXc: STxttrsOag burning, Jairaarsf X3, 1887. s'4af agXe (ivtrtiM.-mvnts In thl column tvlll Iks caarged for i tl.erut. of rive Cents per line jer week No ad vert Iwti'.'r.fc: t.ifcen for less than 23 cunts, and will u t ' ln rted until paid for. Y.T ANTED. f ANTED Mrs. J K. Bayly, a lady of experience and ability, wlsl.es to secure a claa in music; will teach on cnhcr tlie ordan ur pinno. A 111 bv glad to leach m anj part of tt.e city, but prefer a clas In the nortte. n part as her home Is there. I'ie fcnstfachii'gatilic lioute of the pupils, bat can teach at home, 10J! n Liwreiue. 49-6U 1' TAXTED Situation In store or: travel'iis sali-s- Lawieiice VII- 4-J Ct man. Not afiatd toTvork. II Bon, 1211 II Market. TP J-ANTEb-A iv.sltion as cook or to do general r hotisewo.k In family of to or three; SolIJ'r" crcuce glv en and riiiutrea. Addi ts I. O tnis on u it. -T ANTKD-Llve enercetlc lady canvassers to to V licit fnrthe Kaleor the M-t skirt pprlns and extender ev...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 13 January 1887

:gifws3pss 8 xz ?2licTtita gailij SagTe : glxixrsctarj 3loniiQ, Jatiitftiij 13. 1687 ! li it to 'iji :Ji I A3 ;J PI gamOlADDMMAPE I K IK THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 13. 1SS7. KEAti EST-lTK TKANSrKKS. The following are tin real estate transfers re.:or.!e 1 ia the o.fics of tun resiiter of deeds yetruay. A Knight to X C Knijjlit, Jots 4.", 47, 4'.), Market st, Greiir-ustein'.s add ii Gallagher i.o J K AlcUivgor, lot 37, Topui.a live. English add II S'iivieter i-o J Grady, lota 1, 3, , 7, Johsjuy ht, Lincoln st add H S :U winter to V II Chri-mith, lots 17,10,1,5, Johnny fat, Lincoln st Jlili.$:er Bros to J C KeflVr, lots liU, lill. lUi.n-rt.son'.s sui.-di v A .laper to II 1) Baker, lot 37, Oak st, JoiifV add "IV FJrt.'h'-r n PI II H's, Jote r, (, 7, S, I!. 10, II, 12, 13, 14, l.r, lo.rourthave, FleU-hi-'a athl F A Lowers to J II JlcC'aH, lot 77, .Mar ket st C V Mill'M- to I' Xorth, Jots. 01, 03, 05, Foursh ave, English's add IV S Dixon ro C P jliller. lots odd from 23 to 47, hlk4, and even ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 January 1887

toieljit Zftole a ffaai hit Socio! vol. vl no. 50. WICHITA, KANSAS. FBIDAY MORNING. JAXUAEY 14. 187. WHOLE NO. 832. 1 ffiS fca JCJi B .a f V i& Hfe !lii try s?v i 8S Sts wa ca -ec s x " V3Jt4 K? y53 KM ?a S3 fiTi aSSUi sm E9 J& i ; w til M. s vn vs t. am . wpv rf:- Ik W 5SAtV lis Jrfc r Fl cl- -A " 123 and 125 PRODIGIOUS Our inuneiise Stock Sacrificed. ll icf Era 8k pi nJ rtNflt I K sy jyk jr Tar Mf Philadelphia btore .Corner Douglas av. and Market St. Closing 0 Ulil Needirio- more room for our constantly increasing Dry Goods trade, we have de termined to close out our oot and Shoe DeDarlment. We have a stock of about $12,000 worth of Boots and Shoes, which will be sold at any price to insure their speedy sale. We must have the room for our early Spring Business. Come and Get Bargains. S. W Gurnet i- - s . iKsrvw. 'nz ms Main Street. Out MPPrtmp 1 n m 1 UliUlll. Kaa p. .-; HSfcT""' St. Q A J C 0 n pp TIE EAGLE'S From His Capital Perch Gives out Some Cheery, Chip per Notes. U...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 January 1887

4 2 gfre tcTiita Sailg ntflz: ridaii Corning, Samwrrt 14. 1887. aiI$S aglo 51. SI. MUjKDOCK, Eilltor. "FRIDAY" MORNING. JAN. 14 1SS7 WICEiTA'S GRIEF. "Wichita's boonl has received a check in the way of railrcjads. The liock Inland boom has fallen to the ground and lost it- wings. That road has given up its St. Joe circuit and Kansas City will bo the yate Avay. Thi's kills the Wichita hope of se curing that road. Then the Kansas, Colorado & Texas -will lapse. Unfavorable chcunistances pre vented the "budding of that road on time, consequently the aid voted has been for feited. If the road succeeds in building, local aid will have to be voted over again, and the probabilities are that the time is entirely loo far distant and before that ulti matum can be reached Wichita will have enough to do in keeping what she has. "Winneld Telegram. And yet the good Lord in his inscruta ble wisdom will permit men with no better sense than is evinced in the above to live and play the role of ins...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 January 1887

fie atcMta "Haiti Sagle : Jfritlaij Saomtnn. gauturctj 14. 1887. Sfogle R. Jt. TfUE TABLES. Denver, Memphis J: Atlantic. west. NAME OF STATIONS. tupt. 3Ilxt.il Train. Mixed Train. No-1. No.V. GMUa. m Lv Ik-He I'lainc Ar Tsair 7tC .". llixeriiale 7:03 7;'ij Anson c:45 ' ;,rrVinvnv Snrlni-s',T 620 wi'J J-v - -Ar ti.00 llt.30 llll 11:.) 11:55 12rrir.si 12:55 . 1:C 135 2:15 Tr.ilns Nos. 1 anil 2 ran dailv. Train No. 2 will -wait at Tur.in until Train No 1 arrives. Trains will stop at ail M.-itioii-.. KiTZt.KRAl.IJ & MALLOKY OONST'C'N CO. D. J. THAYr.it, SAM'I. HUNT, Chief Ejri Inetr and Gen'l K'ng'r. Train MasWr. .Milton S:J0 Norwich 5:20 Helmont ti .... Alameda 4.ij Lv h-'usiuaii Ar s.t. I'cnalofia 3:05 ..Iuka Junction 2.50 fur on 'Hit PHYSICIANS. G. M. BIBBEE, M. D Offlce and residence corner of 4th and Douglas aves. Hacker & Jackson's building, Wichita. THE SALTATION WORK. P. D. St. JOHN, M. D. Offlce 219 East DouKlas ave. Resilience- 153 Nci th Emporia avenue, near corner of...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 January 1887

She 'WmzWte ailg gagle : vi dag 3$tortiittg, $atiwarij 14. 1887. lpid' X. M. MCKDOCK, Editor. K.1. lURDOCK, Bugln-oii Manager. M. M. MUHDOCK & BRO., Fublisliers and Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 14. 18b7. AU lettpra pertalnlnR to the burflnwi. of the priming ouse or bindery, or for information of advwtlr.liic bould be addressed to the business maiuiKt-r: alt tbr communications to the editor. The only Daily Paper In Southwest Kansas or th Arkansas Valley receiving bith the day and nlKht AiMOClated Press reports In full. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. DAILY BY MAIL, rOSTAQB I'nKPAlD. One copy, one year $ 8 WJ One copy, six months "J One copy, three rr-a .lis z JJ O'ieop, one mi!..th ,s Bv rrlp.r. ir,var. "SI By carrier, three months -' Twenty cents per week delivered by carriers In the city. WEEKLY. One copy, one year. In the Mate 5i J One copy, six months J TO ADVERTISERS. Our rates for ad vcnisinx shall be as low a? those of ftcy other paper or equal value as an cuvenuong me (Slum ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 January 1887

lie Wichita Ilaihj Lanier friclatj Homing, gainrarr, 14, tS37. BATTLE OF -TBK UTANSL The Republicans of the Ulinois legislature Nominate C.3. Farwell, and The Democrats Choose Horizon tal Bill Morrison to Contest for General John A. Logan's Seat in the United States Senate. Judge David Turpie Downs Saddle batrs Joe McDonald m the Demo cratic Caucus iu the Indiana Ijefri.-O.nturefnr the 'ominatiou to Suc ceed Senator Harrison W hitthorne aud iiates Draw the Lucky Numbers iu Tennessee. STATE LEU1SLA.TUI1ES. Kiin&aB. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 13. Most of the mi rniug session of the seriate was occupied iu the consideration of the report of the jspftial committee on rules, and twenty-one bills were introduced, among which w:u one, by senator Sol Miller, changing the name of St. John couuty to Logan. 2soth iu. was done during the-afternuon se-iou ot the senate excepting the consideration aa J adepuon of rules for the conduct of the senate. Iu the house Messrs. McNeal, Veile and Clogbtou wer...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 January 1887

'tffTHssmmmml 6 he WLitkxtu gaiXg agte: gjricTag orniug, gamtarij I4r 1887. M'4-a PARTED, BUT LOVING STILL, In lue crowd they have come together; On her facs tho lamp light falls. As in smiling he ivondcrs whether His parting words she recalls. He should never marry, he told her, Since such was to ba her will; And now he is thirty years older. And they both fire single still. lie spoke it in despsrate faslu'on, And in griefiiis voice grew wild; It touched "her with dainty compassion That he-could cry like a child. This tale of the past he remembers, And laughs ns ho lifts his hat. The llame has died down into embers, Gray, like his hair vjtat of that? It was out of his youthful folly The act that he most deplores; His night shall be none the less jolly; But she, at the play house doors, Tor the word of her footman waiting, Disputes with tho lonely yes.rs. And her C3-es, hi that dull debating, like a child's have filled with tears. Jno. S. Cozine & Co. Real Estate Agents, City Pr...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 14 January 1887

$fce icltita gailij & SSriflag SPoruxitg, Satiuary 14, 1887. ffl n33VlBfc SDE MIST KATYDIDS. Oil iJ The first katydids of the season were dis puting in a lively manner down in. the coin Geld by the brook. Their rasping notes -were borne up to the open kitchen -window, and through it and oat to the back stoop, whore the Old Settler was smoking his pipe after sapper, and little Peleg, his grandson, was nibbling at a ginger snap he had carried away f rem the table when his grandmothers back was turned. 'IVhat is it them bugs is hollering, grand popr asked Poleg, shaking a small shower of cake crumbs over the floor of the stcop. Them hain't bugs, Eeleg," replied the Old Settler, '-an1 consekently they hain't a holler in'; but I know what a boy "bout your size'll be hollerin' w'en his gran'mammy sees them crumbs an' that'll be 'Boo-h-o-o-o-o!' an' Outch:' an' 'Boo-h-o-o-o-o!' ag'in in a voice melogeouscr th'n a hoot owl an1 twicet as penetratin'." 'Ain't they bugs, grandpopr' said Pe...

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