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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 26 January 1887

he LUcUiln Snili gali tSllcchicscUiB $lflrnLn& Jamumj 26. ISS7. 8 s&was M. 31. :I U UPOC K A, H KO. . Proprietors. AYEDXE3DAT MORNING. JAN. 2t5, 1SST Ui:.U KST.YTE TKAXSI'EIiS. Tha following are tSii real estate transfers recorded in the o;ii-e of tlio resistor of deeds yesterday. , G Davis to A B Cartw right, 11. 1-, - Emporia aw, JMeCulIoi ' add 2 jOO Garfielil University to T Cook even M to 42, also h'2 to JK), Elizabeth ave, University Place add M03 Garfield UniverMty to T Cook even 8 to 18 Elizabath ave, univeiMty Place add. 3400 J E Hume to" DP Alexander, s 10 ft n o ne cor, Texas ave ana uabi, Hilton's add, o 150 ft, n 75 ft, w lo ft, rrr.ft- ... 4 500 S L Cunningham to J V Edwards (W Pattie ave, Hyde's add. . . . . ..... - - BH Fisher to G 31 Haskms, 00, 0-, c Tr it- 20003 C H Hunter to A Trammel, ueat s e cor. 43, Hatfield'.-, add, s 21 leet, w 9C feet, n 21 ft. e U6 ft. . . . - .- : J A Ratliff to J H Washington, Jl, 2.i, Fourth ave, ZJnimerley's 2d add . . . J00 J...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 January 1887

jlH jg Mmk VOL. VI. NO. WICHITA, KANSAS. THURSDAY MOBNIXG, JAXUAEY 27, 1887. WHOLE NO. S43. 61. Styles & Smithy REAL ESTATE 112 DOUGLAS AVENUE. He Indites Some Pungent Para graphs Upon Legislative Proceedure. Pictures a Lifelike Photograph of Municipal Suffrage Advocates, And Transmits an Autograph Bout Between a Masculine Man and an WILL PUT OK" SALE Monday Morning. Jan. 31st, Be Sold 175 Lots on Waoash avenue sub-division, two blocks from street cars, fine location for resi dence or speculative purposes. This Property Mast And at prices that will be sure to return Large Profits in a short time t j every purchaser. The property will be put on sale at 9 o'clock Monday morning. First choice to first pur chaser and there is a good deal of choice. Tnis property is the cheapest and most desira ble ever offered, and it will go quickly. Be on hand if you want to make money. STYLES & SMITH. DOUGLAS AVEISTUR Embryonic Ansel Concerning Certain Idiocyncrasiea Entertained by Said Celes...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 January 1887

syy. "- hc Sx&icliita fculy gagle: SlmrscTmj gj&orninjs, January 27, 1887. 31. 11. JIUKIIOCK, Eaitor. THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 27, 18S7. WICHITA'S INFLUENCE. A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump. The influence of a single energetic person in a community often makes a live town out of a dead one. A wide-awake, enter prising and prosperous city will effect for good a whole state. The great railway construction enjoyed by Kansas last year and which now promises to be greater for the year 1837 was brought about -by "Wich ita. This city in its successful efforts in certain directions forced other corporations into defensive movements and they others, until the results enjoyed were attained. "Wichita as the leading city of the state, as the prominent live point, and the pre-eminently prosperous place, commanded the attention of capitalists and investors to such an extent that a real estate boom followed such as few cities have enjoyed. X ow this boom promises to spread. Catching...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 January 1887

'glxz WtizMtx gaxtij Sa&ls : gmvsinvi Wyoming, mmnKQ 27, 1887. R. R. TJAIE TABLES. Denver. Memphis Atlantic. WEST. Mixed Train, No. 1. CUOa. m 7-05 XA1IE OF STATIONS. east. Mixed Train, Xo.2. ...Lv Belle Plalne Ar. TiWrr Hlvenlale .73 ;i Anson 6:43 10$ &Couway Springs jg Juau Milton 10-.50 Norwich IISM Belmont 1155 Alameda 12:25 r. m Ar v,rrmn Lv 1255 Lv Kingman a,... 1:35 Pcnalosa :40 -.5:20 ... 452 ...4:35 4r "3:45 .35 153 Iuka Junction 250 2:15 Turun 2:30 Trains N03. 1 and 2 run dally. Train No. 2 will wait at Turon until Train No 1 arrives. Trains will stop at all stations. FITZGERALD & 2IALLOUY CONST'C'N CO. D. J. THAYER, SAM'L HUNT, Chief Engineer and Gen'l M'ng'r. Train Master. St. Ii., Ft. S. A.W. K. K. E 4ST BOUND TRAINS. Train leaves Wichita 9:35 a. m. and .:20 p.m. Train arrives from the east....S.2J a. m. and ,2V p.m. WEST BOCSD. Train leaves .950 a, m. and 7:40 p. m. Train arrives S-J - in. and 930 p. m. Wichita A. Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchinson S:J0 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 January 1887

m8"rnpfnifiiiB mn m XIic micMla ml nc(lz: Kixsamj ptomiifis, graxtrajfeg 27. V887. ""S-" I 'inE K1GGKST YET gEiHllr ai K. XL Musdock, Editor. R. P. ;ilxrai0CK, Bupinws StaunRcr. 51. M. 3IURDOCK &, BRO., Publishers anil Proprietors. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 27, 1SS7. AU letwrs pertaining to the business of tbf priatiag house or blntlcr-. or tor lnfommt'.on or Rdverclalnij-. nould be addres?c3 to the business manager; aa other co'cmunlcatlons to t lie editor. The only DaHy Paper in Southwt Kansas or the Ars&nfaw Valley receiving both the day sad nlbt Associated ?rt reports In t nil. ' "TERMS OF SOiiSClUlTIONS. DJULT BY HAK, rOSTAOK rlUCr.UD. One copy, one year One copy, six month One copy, three ira.hs Ono copy, one mo.v.a c By carrier, per year By carrier, three month.... .-'""'","' Twenty cents per week delivered oy carriers .3 SW . 4 00 .. 2 00 ,. 2 rai In the city. WEEKIT. One copy, one year. In the State 5' j Oaooopy.slx months " TO ADVERTISERS. Orir rate for ad vertlslni? ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 January 1887

"".. VT- neSlicMtagaiXB-ganXe:STxxiL5(laij pXoiuins, Saimanj 27. IfcS. y'l r raa 1 r i - Continued from First Page. lie did not regard the question as one which Ihe senate was at liberty to consider or to set aside as it chose. The power to make the proposed investigation was not only unquestioned but irresiMablc. Mr. Evarts, a member of the committee, sustained the resolution and argued that there could be no better time than the present for making the investigation. It was of ireat impoi tance to the country to the slate of Texas, and to the southern people that now, when there was an op portunity' to prove under the authority of the senate that this was a mere "waving of the bloodjj shirt. It should do so. 3Ir. S.iulsbury offered an amendment re quiring the investigation 10 be in "Washing ton county. Texas. Mr. Hoar opposed the amendment. The question should be left to the discretion and judgment of the committee. 1 lie amendment was rejected yeas , nays :2. Mr. Call opposed the ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 January 1887

- --- - mf 33ttchita ai gaQle: gtuifcsctaij torutng. January 27. 1887. amavmk iqtfg inr1 -sasaSiaiar- c fegXe nkxym VHEN JACK IS TALL AND TWENTY. When Js.cl; ia tall and twenty. We know v ha- Jack w ill do. With sirls so S'veet and plenty. He'll find him one to w oo, And soon the lover's t- -light Will hear a story told. JLn j Jack ill tlie or ily sky high For sake of hair of gold. Hearken, Jack, and heed me Yonder what I say! "T is fools are sold for locks of gold, For gold iwll turn to gray. - But Jack, if truth be spoken. Is simple Jack no more; If gold hk heart has broken, T is scarce the gold of yore. He i ots of dower for daughters Not all in ringtets rolled; To beauty steeled, his heart will yield To stamped and minted gold. Hearken, Jack, and heed me Ponder v. hat I sa y 1 If gold hath wing, as poets sing. Then gold may ileet an ay. When Jack goes forth a-wooing, If Jack has heart or head, And would not soon be racing The hour that saw him wed, He will not pine for graces, N...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 January 1887

ij-jssssssewatp.-r?!1--" - '- i - , - - .t --Sr--v, Tte 'SQXijchita gaily 3$UBle: gTrjascUtij iporuing, January 27, 1887. - "if-. -'s?" rw-'i Its m ii" rf h 3' BSfeM a ".sa- axm ssr "Kiy liV-Wy- THE MESSENGER HOT. THE PLEASURE OF WAITING A HALF HOUR TO SEND A MESSAGE. Out Into the Itnin and IJarltness A Chilled Boy Shivering xviili the Damp ami Co!ilrro:n Ten to Twelve Hor.rV "Wort-. Whir! Whizz izz izz zs-z! goes tho call box, and 3-ou glance at tho clock wit'i the comfortable aauraiicc that tlieinessenser 15o' will bo on hand in just throe minutes. You turn again to your letters, and your faith in the 'service"' being complete become absorbed hi the work before you, determined to lill those iVree minutes witli as much earn est endeavor as they arc capable of holding. The clock tides on your pen scratches in dustriously across sheet after sheet of note paiKi'till you start up suddenly with the dim cons iou'-iiess that more than three minutes have jiasscd, and behold! fifteen of 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. — 27 January 1887

MHMMMtM0atfMIMMII jjirXupC'1' iyJ-iaySiBH v 8 he Wichita JMhj -Euglc : gtoxvs&nxs Bjonvi:n, January 27. 1887. v' i --i VT ""VJf J, V. SiritllOCK A. KliO.. I'roprlt-'iora. THURSDAY MORNING. JAN 27. 1.7. KKAIj KSTATB TK YNSFEUS. The following arc the real estate transfers recorded in the o:lce of the register of deeds yetiterda'. J Kennedy to G 31 Carver, 9, 11, blk 1 Fourth ave J A Smith to A "VV Oliver, even 2 to 30, PopTar st, Oliver's sub-div S E Oannchael to J 31 Hereford, 41, 42, Lula ave, Kellogs st add A Mathews to H Duninire,mvqr,."l,2o, 2q EC Had" to J Stover," 2, blk i, Law recce ave "V7 P Bullard to I F Harsch, odd 1 to 45, blk 1, Harris & Hoffield's sub div J Hagermau to W Faucett, o'J, 01, Em- nnrtn nvfl. 'English's add 2000 3750 4000 2200 5000 4G00 8000 A E Allen to F M Hill, odd lto&i, "Water st, Allen's sub-div oVW J A RatlifT to O Delany, beg on Maple st, 101 ft e of nw cor Jat -', du. o, Lawrence add - - J Rich to il J Loyd, 212, 214, 216, 2 18, Beatrice...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

.QibbbbbbbbbHhBbb- s3rtf& mk . tcpa WICHITA, KANSAS. FEIDAT MOKNTSTG, JAXUARX 28, 1887. WHOLE s O. 8. VOL. VI. XO. 62. Styles & REAL 112 DOUGLAS AVENUE. WILL PUT ON SALS Monday Morning, Jan. 31st 175 Lots on "Wabash avenue sub-division, two blocks from street cars, fine location for resi dence or speculative purposes. This Property And &t prices that will be sure to return Large Profits in a short time to every purchaser. The property will be put on sale at 9 o'clock Monday morning. First choice to first pur chaser and there is a good deal of choice. - Tnis propertv is the cheapest and most desira ble ever offered, and it will go quickly. Be on hand if you want to make money. STYLES & SMITH. DOUG-LAS AVENUE. Philadftlnhia Store Corner Douglas av. and Market St. Closing loe Our Needine more room for our constantly increasing Dry Goods trade, we have de termined to close out our oot and Shoe Department, . We worth of have a stock Boots and sold at any price to insure t...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

L!;iHllILJ..WWIMlldlF''npill i'lic ?r3UcItita lUxxhj 35aglc : JTriclaij pConiing, January 28, IS87. II. HOltDOCK, icaitor. FRIDAY MORNIXG. J AS. 23, 1887 THE ROCK ISLAND. The fool assertion that the Chicago and Rock Island have gone into an arrange ment -with the Santa Fc is loo foolish to deny. The Hock Island crossed the Mis . souri for the purpose of reaching Wichita, the acknowledged center of the southwest, and the Santa Fe nor no other corporation can balk the declared intention of the di rectory of that road. The road will not only reach "Wichita but will go directly from Wichita through the Territory to Texas. The rumor that the Union Pacific and Fiock Island have gone into a general understanding touching territory to be oc cupied by each respectively is propably true. WICHITA AND KANSAS CITY. Savs "Gath:" "Kansas City, though in "Missouri, gets its morale and manly senti "ment from Kansas, aided by her free "stale comrades." lie might have very truthfully added and but for...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

2Jxe aicftita gaiirj gagU : gridag orning- 23. VSS7. moj Jr. ?-V-rV I S. eSik E. K. TJ TABLES. Denver. Jlcznphls ,V. Atlantic W.T. IIe Train. Xo. 1. eio .... 7-05 .. 735 7.15 Iftu) ' I0O- 10-.3U . 11:3) 1133 12:23 p. Jt 1235 1J5 155 SAME OF STATIONS. -AST. ILe Train, :so.2. ...Lv Belle Plalne Ar 7:31 r. Riverdale .75 Anon C -13 LConway Sprlnjs.. .Lv 6:20 6JUD S ....5:20 . .... ... 4a" SIC -3 15 ....316 230 ....2:3 Stilton ... . . .Norwich Ifelraont . Alameda ... Kingman.. Penaloa..... Iuka J unction, r Turon 1.15 Trains Kos. 1 and 2 run daily. Train No. 2 ill wait at Turon until Tram ol arrives Trains wui mop at all stations. . ,-,r. FITZGERALD JIALLORY CONST-CTNCO. D J THAYER. SASI'L HUNT. Chief Engineer and GeiTl 'g'r. Train Master. St. L., Ft. S. &. i. K- ". EAST EOITSD THAECS --. , Train lear Wichita.. . Zlll-&kX Train arrives from the et .3 a. m. and .) pjn. W EOCVD. t.,,- Wc . j):Jd a. m. and 7 40 p. m Train S5L ' "iTa, a. m.an.30p. m. Vlchit.i A Colorado. Train leaves...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

"Tl. -.- VJV? '$& ixz ijclttta failg gttjjle: S-Ki&ig pCjoruiug, latnrarij 28. 1887. h- HilWXe i . M. Mchdocjc, EdiUir. R. P. "UUCDOCK, Business i!ena?cr. 51. 31. "&IU12DOCK & 3RO PuTalisliers and Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 2S, 1SS7. AU letters pertaining to tho business or the printing Jiouse or bliulery, or for information of advortlKinK, aould be addressed to the Jnssijiess manager; all other commuuicutlons to the editor. Tho only Dally Taper In Southwest Kn. or the Arkansas Valley receiving both Uo day and nlht Associated Press reports in full. TEKMS OK SUHSCKJITIONS. DAILY BY MAIL, P0TAOK I ItErAlD. O&a copy, ona year 8 U) One copy, lx r.jontl. , 4 U) Oaecopy. careen-jn.fcs 2 03 One copy, one mojvii "S By carrier, per car 10 00 Br carrier, three months 2 50 Tffenty cants per .vee!i dellvcrpd by cirrlira In tho dty. WEEKLY. One aopy, one year. In the State,. Oxecopy.Elx months SI 00 TO ADVERTISERS. Our rates for advertising shall be as low sk those of ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

;iic 'Salicmia gailtj gagle : grUTaaj ptornitig, 28. XS87. THE OIEN'S SPEECH. Her Majesty, Victoria, Queen of England . and Empress of India Welcomes Her Lords and Gentle men of the House of Commons In a Speech from the Throne, Reciting the State of the Nation. She Rejoices at Continued Peaceful Relations Avitli all tlie Poiverd and at Progress Untie in Conquests Made in Foreign Lauds Anioujr "Weak TJarl'ariaiis no Less than ller Suzerainty Over Ireland. OVER THE OCEAN. England. London, Jan. 27. Parliament opened today. Following is the queen's speech: My Lords ami Gentlemen: My relations with all foreign powers are friendly. Affairs in southeastern Europe are still unsettled, but I do not apprehend that disturbance of European peace will re sult from the- unadjusted controversies which have arisen in that region. While deploring events which compelled Prince Alexander to retire from the Bulgarian throne, I have not judged it expedient to interfere in the proceeding for the election...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

'glxz 'SSlictaia gaily gngle: sularj ptcwixiis.. gimrwrrj 28, 1 887. -"sss" y- sgswis? rrr .'V r ifr Jj Vt-Tj fi s? vCv s W W&ni ' v ''' THE WOOD THRUSH. Wliat is it jou aro triiisperin, solemn v.ooJs? What hulo and hint 3 e, slopes of sombre Rreeu, AVhosa dark reflections blur the ciimson slieen Of the lal:o3 mirror, whereon sunset broods, Traucs-hke and tender? Spsechless, conscious moods Are youru, y.j purpla mountain shapes, that lean Out of daj'sdyins glory. 'Whatmaj aian This stillness, through whose eil no thought intrudes With earth-sho 1 feet? Can any oice unfold The tremulous secret of an hour like this, So burdened with unutterable bliss? - Oh, hush ! oh, hear the soul of tv night bing! One poH knows this mystery. Everything The landscape dreamed of lias the wood thrush 101(15 . .., Lucy Larcom in The Atlantic A BROKEN HEART. Down in the heart of Kent that most beautiful of English counties stands the fcrantl old Noiman castle of Avonleigh. Built upon a gentle elevati...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

'4T' "v -!-s?:,(fc'-i' jjvsliP't''-'V,''E" glxe micTiita iailij afllje: ?ririaaij Stonxfrifl, Januartj 23, 1887. F'; 'fi . 'lam: litilsr - vYfrT & TO FAME. "Bright fairy of the morn, with ilowers arrayed, "Whose bcauti-s to thy youns pursuer seem Beyon 1 the ecstasy of poet's dream Shall I o'ertake thee, ere thy lustre fade? "Eipe glory cf the noon, to dazzled eyes A pageant of delight and power and gold, Dissolving into mirage manifold Do I o'citake thoe, or mistake my prize? "Dull shadow cf tho evening, gaunt and gray, At random thrown, beyond me or aboe, And cold as memory in the arms of love Have I o'ertaken thee, but to cast awayi" "No mora, or noon, or eve, am I," she said, "But night, the depth of night behind the sun; By all mankind pursued, but never won, Until my shadow falli upon a shade.11 It. D. Blackmoro ia Harper's Magazine JEAXXKS SMILE. A young man aii'l a fair young girl were .sitting in the Park ZUonceau talk ing in the fcha3t "You say you have found me very n...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 28 January 1887

'She saucliila gaUii SQlc: grictaij gioniinfi. Jammxu 28. 1 887. 8 -S35SM- muxm $ M. 3f. JIUiCiiOC'f A UltO.. Proprietor". FRIDAY MORXIInQ. JAX. ii 16bT Hi'AL KSl'ATE TKASlKIt.. Tlie followlns an tfc. reU tate transfers record ed In tho nfflce ot the rcgi.tr of dci-K j otcrd j . H Wollman to W W Dill, icn 5S mi.-Ida &- Woliman's add ;-; JHOtto t jII Lomltneon, Iocs 1!. 11. 15. 1C, uik b, Jmjrtloi Town Coa.ld M HJorooutoliDUuuitU. loto-,Hinlou aw. Hint jh's sub ill. -, , ;," JSto-va ttoHLSmillmn. ot .i and s lie lot 7j.KourtUae. Mead add .- . C Bar ie to A T Ilouh. lols . en 2 to J, blfc. D, University place add - O .Smith toSUBjtcN. loia-M, -l. blk -"r,t ave. Allen &finitli'B odd CAMatLor lo J K Mej ei, lots 'J to -C .Seneca st.blk a, DnUcrsltvplaco add.. . r, t 'cin. m p n henn. lot 7. Douglas ue. SCO 1JX) lJOlO STJCQ ITOO hralthon's add....................... .; :; KZlmtneriytoi siraiioii, iu' . .i...j N AJJnVHgii VoVvvK lUutjVe."Jotlu;. ila'ln n't. Grelffensteln's 3d add ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 29 January 1887

av s-,l : -&. 1 Jfje Zlnale 3 VOL,. VI. STO. 63. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY MORNING, JATJAHY 29, 1887. WHOLE NO. 84:5. uKdrifat I, i' hi- 4 Styles & Smith REAL ESTATE 112 DOUGLAS AVENUE. WILL PUT ON SALE Monday Morning, Jan. 31st 175 Lots on "Wabash avenue sub-division, two blocks from street cars, fine location for resi dence or speculative purposes. This Property And at prices that will be sure to return Large Profits in a short time to every purchaser. The property will be put on sale at 9 o'clock Monday morning. First choice to first pur chaser and there is a good deal of choice. Tnis property is the cheapest and most desira ble ever offered, and it will go quickly. Be on hand if you want to make money. STYLES & SMITH. DOUGLAS AVENUE. PMade Corner Douglas Closing Out Our Shoe 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 wi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 29 January 1887

t'-i"Sir (.rf ' wPipPpJ 5w,- lie tSEixtofa gaily gaijle : atarctaij Issuing, Jatmarg 29. 1887." ) M. 31. KUKDOCK, Tlilltor. SATURDAY XOKSEN'G. JAN. 29, 1337. WAIT TILL NEXT MAY. The dodges made and the expediences resorted to, l3' outsiders, to belittle and discredit "Wichita's unparalleled growth and prosperity, and to impress people with the idea that some other town in southwest Kansas is to overtake "Wichita, arc very amusing to the average citizen. The world was not made in a day, nor did Koine decay in a week. There is no par ticular rush about the matter. Just wait till nest 3lay or June aad then lake in all the western cities of America and note what town is leading thpm all. There is 110 man with an ounce of brains or the splinter of a shattered observatory that entertains any doubt of the verdict. V7ICHITASKEABiNG HOUSE . Nothing so plainly indicates to the world "Wichita's activity as the weekly statement of her clearing house. The total clearan ' ces for the week ending ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 29 January 1887

f: iSPSK??!? ZZ&&Sr?4R&&Am&0L WsgrTCpSc t " Si' ' jv f " r '5 iff . ; vtl -"i r Iti il S . V j'fcj ,5'. glie Sixctota gailtjgagle: Saturday glorniug, Shuxuiujj 23, 1887. ' 3h f " -v HS gOMUxu &&l K. Ii. TJ-ME TABLES. Denver. Memphis X Atlantic. WEST. ilbced Train, Xo.l. 'tUA.M, 7iH J23 VME OF STATIONS. KiST. Sired Train, . XO.-2. ...Lv Belle Plains Ar 1St. RUerdale .7a(B Anson 6 15 &Coiway Springs "g 3IHton 5 W Norwich Sii Belmont il Alameda 4:33 HngnumE Penalosa 3:03 lulca Junction 2-A Turon 230 :13 10:00 10.3) MfcSO lli 1155 1225 p. j: 1AS5 133 "155 2.15 Trains Kos. 1 and 2 run daily. Train No. 2 wi.l wait at Turon until Train No 1 arrive. Trains will stop at all stations. .-.,-,-,-. FITZGEKALD & 3IALLORY CONST'CJ CO. D. J. THAYEK. SAH'I. HUNT. Chief Engineer and Gen'l Jl'ng'r. Train Slaster. St. L, Ft. S. A W. Ji. K. EAST E0C3O THAJXS. Train leaves Wichita 935 a.m. and 720 p.m. Train arrives from the east.. ..S3!) a. m. and ,20 p.m. WEST BOUSD....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
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