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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 7 November 1885

W-1ZF' "JV I v a v I frU VOL. III. NO. 1-45. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7. 1885. t1.r IBwhibi J&cWJIjv WHOLE NO. 457 - ., r i k -.. y v W i H j I ,. MIXNIE. WALKUP , Captain's Office and To the Get Your Discharge Papers, Because Twelve Men, After 40 Hours of Thought, Say So. The Announcement of Her Acquittal Hailed with Many Demonstrations of Delight by Her Ardent Friends. What the Emporia Republican Has to Say in Regard to Her Trial and Acquittal. When Informed of the Verdict She Exclaimed, with Tearful Eyes, "My God, is that So?" Not Guilty-' ,. r- v.. r. ti. ;... In !... . u..w - lJ1imU,n.u.,.7.0.-.u.ju,. '"'."" il mtt f nftnn. nd Ihfl ;mt,r,.tiinT, nromlli timt U ".-ill lio unsliln to agree. the "Walkup case verdict of "Xot J..ATKR. Tho jury in have jti:t returned n verdict (iuilty. SrilL LATEiL-The Emporia Daily He-! publican will contain tho following irtlclo to-morrow morning, on tho verdicl T of the jury in the Walkup case: J ..v 11. 11 .. ' . :. ... ......

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 7 November 1885

i - - ,--fca'feg'a fVrPy-r;, . xi -., ...Tr-rrr'-r Hr!i!fV .- THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. -. irtsir -? "- Ii-TMfekitli -ZiaeHKi. csv-"- M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. SATUKD.VY MOKN1NG. OV. 7. The Commonwealth says that the Eagle's head is level touching the ns sijrued reason for lite 1'enublicau de feat in New York. Geo. 15. Jlirris, formerly assistant general manager of the Atchison. To pcka&S&ut.i !e Uoail, has Lccn ap jiointcd assistmt to President Touza lin, of the llurlinglou & Northern. The Kansas City papers arc keeping tip a wonderful guess ing as to w here the 20,000 extra male- of that city came from.. Let thcra look up their hotel registers. They will fiud the auto- graph? of fix out of ten of these men, most of whom live in Kansas'. Teams arc coming into Conway Spring- to level the grade ready for the rails of the Atlantic, Memphis & Dcmcr railroad. Track laving will commence this- week. "Wellington Tress. Which ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 7 November 1885

PsSW'' !'' " ,.1' -v- - 1 V 1 1 ; r- THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. SCwi .i ? . "J K Vf,.t Sflii In onlerto receive prompt attention, hllLusi nesb letters elioulit be adjlrrssed to R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. i-l fir fagot " miction of my 1' prr ll Sovihieestem Kcptns The on y Atso rrttx Diljuitih Paper m the South' Vfit TiKHS OF SUBSCRIPTION I.A1LT R MAIL. - "ni-y. o- jear-. .. .....-.... On-jy. ftiv months. ..-.......-- catouiy. tlirt-r mouths. ....... ........ .s ue . 4 (JO .2 00 (Inn copy. on- munth j P.i ramer, irjnr Ho (i Itv earner, three months... .......... ... 2.KI Itv earner, cue lixowth... . ...... . ... ft Twenlv cents er vrL. ilellTered by carrtera In the City. I'ostaKe j.repaM. WKKKI.T. One cony, one year............ - Oinjcopy, als n.ontns... .11 (m . 1 00 TO AIVKIlT!SKr.J Our rates for a'lvertUin shall be as low an thoeof any other ,aj er of ejnal value as an aleneinc irtr.luita Ml tranti-nt advertiEercents mutt be...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 7 November 1885

issiasiga p JM; i ; r 4 THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. - "" y wyntmO' H A :v' V M MURDOCK & BROTHER. Prcpr.ton PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS THE ECIIUBEUT QUAUTETE. OPEUA-IIOUSU, Toe-dy NlgM, Xuv. lu. J. I JOHNSON", HretTecur, HOMEi: r. STONE, Secon.l Tenor, J.NO K. 1 Yf.EY, Iiarltcne. GKOEGK II. IOTT, Iiass, .U't-ted by illlS. LENA GOETZ, o.rno, !I- GEOr.GIELL LAY. Placi't TLU Coiarany have been onpajrul by tie Ko roma Clnli at heavy exine, and lliey come with the hlRhcst recommendations; Ulierevtrttasy liavc spieared they have re ceivej notbine but unqualified .U from lre-e and ub'ic. Stats now on sale at Keeler's llcaet office, op posite iiostoOce. Admission 7Sc. Gallery roc. No extra charge for reserved scats. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The follorrirs aro the real estate transiers recorded in the office of the register of deed yesterday: lVtcr Jlurrav to G. II. Power lots -13 Central' avenue S 0 Geo. I. ltou'e to Frank A.Mason par...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 November 1885

m .t,- J . H 4. - 9 J$ Hiite ale VOL. III. NO. 1:6. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8. 1885. WHOLE NO. 458 . ''tSSsVaaSSSSaSSasESaasaa.Pj.T . . -k m . V- gHyfMr. jHBPttialssflaKDBSilliiZBHi' 4 v. .t J i THE EAGLE LINE. WICHITA WAGING WEST WARD. The Colorado Railway Under Contract. Work to Commence This Week, and the First Section of Twenty-Three Miles to be Completed in January. The Eagle is more than ordinarily hap py this morning in announcing to iU many readers that one of the three lines which we commenced the advocacy of this spring is under contract. The papers were signed in 'ew York within a day or two after the return of the gentlemen who went lrom this city t Chicago arid the announcement only has been withheld pending the Eettlement of some important preliminaries. Immedi ate and active operations will now take the nlacc oi Decollations. Our local directors .!.. ...J. it.. imnln mlftnl'O t HTmllm I uu. Hiauc u. ...s. .. the time of the aid voted, which necessita...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 November 1885

f sw J-. " SSCT jj-r-75 tm-mrt'iii 14 : ' vT " " V 'TTVJ '"VJl" 71 THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1885. V M " tfj-y gailiilgagle M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. SUNDAY MORNING. NOV. 8. POOR MINNIE. The beautiful Mrs Walk up was cleared. Six of tin-jurors, iu sitiio of lierpliyeical magnificence, licrgloriobs Jy ncllingcvM and bright face be lieved i;lio polsoncst the old fool who couldn't ret until he had cantilted her, but alter bciujj worried over lbt ty hours gave over their convictions to the r-idi-of mi'ici to the tide of an attractive oiuan. 'Ihe othrr ix surrendered oa Msht. Iti probably ju-tx well, but in all the evidence there i-s nothing to show how WalKup came to hU death other than b poi-ou. Tiiut he polsowd himself in tentionally nobody claimed. That his wife had bought and hail in her pos session inougli poieon to kill 11 hun dred people nobody denied. CAR LOAD LOTS MUST STAND. A Chicago dispatch sa s: All of the principal lines vct of Chi...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 November 1885

T . - -$-.?; MKS PS.-, S;iu;x THE WICffltA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1885. A I Mi gae In orUprturtct-iromJl attention ..all hull ne& lctiers tbould le adu rested to K h. MURDOCH, Business Manager. " 1 'nrit t trtX'ttllon of city J prr in Srulhwf?fj i A'ottit TA? en y a Pr D tnatch Pitper is A South west WOMAN AND HOME. AN ELABORATE CRAZY QUILT AND ITS CONTRIBUTIONS Or NOTE. A Tliou,litIes. Cruel rractlco Keepln ltcr!ios Treatment r HjsUrics A Creat Oieiui.l on ltonnets Sou Notes unit Paragraphs. (Detroit Free Press ,IlouslioM.'J A LaletJoscopic quilt, who e every silken scrap liriii. to vjgiv toms surprise io ths tniLroiJercJ mrns or initials of celsbrith of the day, i, beirr? ravls by l!r Robert M. Yot, of Si. Iioai--, ila The juecos for this elaborate fabric bave boen gathers! from far and near, aal in nearly all cases vera nccomrwnial by autocrat.), letters fr ra tl)9 contributors Ui--s How Elizabeth Cleveland, oa behalf of Ler brctcer, sent a ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 November 1885

iW3fcW'S l-i.'!W ." Of1ric-i"!"'"i"flt 'f THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S. 1885, jhiilg 4.sim M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. SUNDAY MORXDJG. 'OV. 8. SIMPSON'S RANCH. Ik. A. Hayoi to Harper' Bazar. L I don't tea no sensa in it, noliow."' It was ths cider of two stalwart "cow-punchers" that delivered this oracular statement la private life he w J once probably Mr. Smith or Mr. Jones, but this must have been in days which were prehistoric as far as his fellows in the cattle country were concerned. To them he was, and had al ways been, "Broncho Sim;" and eld Bill Kensett, up on the Divide, whoso age was beyond mortal ken, and who was a stalwart man when he trapped .with P.uxton and traded with St. Vrain, was on record as saying that he "allowed that when t'uet thar youngster come from the states he hedn't no other name than Broncho Sam.' That settled it. Tbet thar youngster" was a relative, cer tainly not a positive, characterization; for Broncho Sam was a v...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 November 1885

W.J-V" ;, . Ip$rt'f.?iiir " y-v'" - vrT'- ' I - ) THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOYEMBER 8, 1885. V JUUWJWl.LlLl-1-UIL", .11. , '. ' F-v . 4 - I .' ' Haiti) fljf gafiU In orderto recflv prompt attention, 11 holi ness letters sbontd be addressed to R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager. lies Ijirqeit fircxlctto of ey Pper ia SoUhirntti Kcntct The ony o Tfti D ipa'ck Paper in the South-vc.f run sjxjt FOK SALF All the iou?h J.J grown on UJ acre.oi lsnU. with n.e if houses, burns, leed lou ata ps-tii'-e with ir r'lesre of fee.iiui Oil nrnulrc ootll .rio;. Call e- ly -;ti-x lis-jaln to feeders. M A SMm, AVb.ta, K.-u d!!6 6:- COnSALL No Ti.: JL iieka Ate ( tze en ci'tti Yn- aeratir tciiool lioa-e. u ai'-W -.tdti'aaMer. rf ' U- "DEER-STALKING." 60ME ARGUMENTS URGED IN FAVOR OF THE KINGLY SPOrTI". TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : OMIT I.T HAXX., -opy, one year........ . tS 00 Due copy, six months..... 4 00 One cjiy. tbree months. ....... ............ 2 00 On copy, oue month.......

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 8 November 1885

spgrssraaig I II it ill TiT i ',- SV I 4."c, v' 3C- Ti1 i THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S.1885. t' r-v aiItjWgSte M. U. MURDOCK It BROTHER, Propfulari. PERSONAL AND LOCAL. ITEMS OF NEwi TnE scnrBEitT qlwutete. OPERA-HOUSE, Tuesday Nljbt, ot. 10. J. L. JOIINSON. First Tenor, HOMER F. STONE. Second Tenor. JNO i:. TTI.KY, Baritone. GEOHGE II. IOTT, Ban, Assisted by MRS. I.KNA GOETZ, Soprano, 511 SGEOHGIEt.I. LAY. nasl-t Thl Cnmrany have Wen mgtg" br tie So Lnma t lub at licavr eipenfe. and tbey come with tfce lilghett jecommendatlonf; Wherever thy have appared they haye re ceive I nothing but unqualified j.nlie from re8 and jmb'.lc. Seats now en sale at Keeler'a tloict office, op posite stofilce. Admission Tie Gllry '0e. No extra charge for reerved state. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. The following are the real estate translcre recorded in the office of the register of deed yesterday: D II Peck to X F icderlander, s e qr 8-29-4 w S 1CO0 Ark Val Loan & ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 November 1885

uSSSMAi&wrfaAwi uutmw-n .. w '. it jx? WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER lO, 1885. WHOLE NO. 459 VOL. III. NO. 1-47. gaol ,- i r WASHINGTON Quite a Large List of Big Bug and Little Bug Post masters Made Correspondingly H. aPPy by Receiving Appoint ments to Office. The Roach Yards Started Up Yesterday Morning Amid the Blowing of Whis tles aneGlad Huzzas. Judge Allen Grants a Divorce to Fred Tabor, of Boston The Rev. Downs Scadal, the Cause of It. Murder in Missouri Other Crimes Throughout the Land Foreign Flashes Markets, Etc. Survey Completed, ."pedal to tLe Haily Fegle. I'katt, Kan., "ov. 9. Tho Anthony, Attica & Northwestern railroad company fini'bed their urvcy to thio point yesterday. WaahlnKton News, mo nuos. Washington; Nor. 9. Tho President to day appointed the following named presi dential postmasters: S. K. Gcarington, at Girard, Illinois, lce A. S. Teghi, commis sion expired; 5. Iiunncll, at Newton, N'. J., vice W. It. JlnttUon, commission expired; J. S. B...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 November 1885

THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1885. V gailjj 9K7 osfTJt ss M. M. MURDOCK, Editor. TUESDAT MORNING. NOV. 10. KANSAS CITY A WORTHLESS HOQ. Wichita tliinks there is a howling need for a wholesale butcher enop within her metes and bounds. What is the matter with the Eaole office? K. C. Times. Xothing. The Eaole is engaged in the butchering business as the Times undoubtedly foci 5 from the amount of squceling it docs, but the carcass tureatliens to be worthless by the time wc are through with it. What the Eaoi.e is after is a butcher shop for cattle a well for hogs. TOO PREVIOUS. The Wichita Eagi,k,uow that Daven port is defeated, thinks that he is a "millionaire dude.' The Eaoi.k made 110 such discovery before the election, and we doubt now if it can prove that Mr. Davenport is cither a milliouaircora dude. Athison Cham pion. Your observations are entirely gra tuitous. Wc made Hie discovery be fore the election, but whoever heard of drawing the ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 November 1885

SKXSC&KZ-WUIrUjM Ot tm CT'."fu?:..r: THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1885. ' ' 'i 1 , A paxljj H (.. t Sgw In orderto receive prompt attention, all bnl nes letters should be addressed to R. P. MURDOCH. Basinets Manager. let the lAiqrat Circulation of any J' per in Soulhvettern Kantat. The ay jtuo JVtm Ditpatth Paper in ike South-tretl FOUSALK Alltbe roBjh feed grown on CI J aerefot land, with ne of houses, bams, leed loti and jatnre with privilege of feeding on premUes'untll huriD?. Call e rly at It Is a barfratu to leaders. 31. A. -ales. Wichita, Kau. dllG u Telephone your order Uibarger hack or livery to Freeman & 70-tf FOR SALE No T.7. Cott-ipe .n "iontU To PU.(U' . BfirUW M.1IUUI llOll't, lortl'fei N K Medrlaoder duo Ct TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION : lAlt. I., HAIL, One-opy, oae yea........ ............-.-..8 U0 O eiiy. si months 4 00 Our ropy, three months........ - ... 2 00 Otp copy, one month........ ............... 73 It carrier, imm ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 10 November 1885

-i'- ' ' THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1886. ""-tfe F-V M. M. MUROOCK BROTHER. Proprietor!. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NBWS THE SCHUBERT QUARTETS OPEEA-HOCSE, Toet(37 Xlgbt, Xot. 10. 3. L. JOIIVSO.V. FlrstTenor, IIOMLll F. STONE, Secund Tnor. J.NO It. TYLEY, I!riton. GLUIIGE II. IOTT, Bmu, Asti'ttd by JIUS. LFXA GOETZ, Soprano, MISGFOIGIEI.L LAY. FlnUt. Tills Cnnijians-bvebn-nsgMl bytieJfo fcnmalabat heavy avrnre. and tney come wltb tbe blghett irennunmdatloni; Whrwvrr thy have apprd tbey bare re erlel noiblnic bnt unqualified jjiUe from pre-s and public. SeatanowonaaleatKreler'a llciet office, op- l05!te JiOBlOfflCe. Admission 7Jc. Gall'ry -'Oc. 'o extra charge for reserved arata. ICIINEK'S OPEHA HOUSE, L. V ClUWrOKD, MAXASEK. One MgUt Only! SATURDAY, EYEXIXG, XOVEMBFR II. The I-anrhible Event of the Seasoa. E. D.Tan- nehlll's FUX-OX-TIIE-UKISTOL COMPAKY. Jll'l ST. GEOnCC ilCKORT Etiecially enlaced for her great character of utn... ntn.t.n...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1885

''r;t - -, ,- -?2o Jy .' I -'-- Wdjifei VOL. III. NO. 1-48. WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11. 1885. WHOLE NO. 460 3SS3 &al& S ,i x li' TS 1, Annual Report of the First Assistant Postmaster General. During the Year 2,121 New Postofficss Have Been Established. The Total Number of Postoffices In the United States Reach the Figures, 51,252. Now At a Cabinet Meeting Yesterday All the Members Were Present and Discussed the Navy. The Usual Number of Handouts Passed Around to the Truly "Loil" by President Cleveland. Governmental Departments. A!kMML CEI'OKT. im!ij-gto.-, Soy. 10. First Assistant Postmaster General A. K. Stevenson lias sutimiU d to the postmaster general his an nual report upon llio operations of his bu reau for tlie (bra! 3 car ended Juno 20, 1SS5. It appears that lli number of postoffices es tablished during tLe year was 2,121, and the number discontinued v.ssfcSC, making the whole number of postoffices at tho end of tlio fiscal ear, 51,2.VJ, 11 not i...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1885

!2E2222saSS23eaasS33SSe -"$V s ..-. -I." .1 --,-'.. ws?- "-?rg NS" --Vts,'-;- THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1885. anmste M. M. MURDOCH, Editor. WEDNESDAY HORNING. NOV. 11. THE MEDICINE MAN. A Story of a Kansas Pioneer By the Philosopher of Yellow Paint Creek, Kansas. The fnllunln? poem was written by lion. Eugene. W are, of Ft. icott. Kansas, for the To ronto rest, G. A. It . of Toronto, Kansas, and read at tne graiid encampment by Col. J B Mocaton. Stories often teem with sadness tlii is deso late nnd grim; ll is of a Kan'as doctor and the way we treated him; And the object of these verses is an eloquent appeal To those higher, nobler feelings that of course, ou know you leel. Any man who hears this story is obliged to shed a tear; I read it to the editor that runs the 'Topic" here Hopeless melancholy took him in, and for a week or more He was wading round in gum boots through the tears upon the floor. Out to Kansas came a doctor, wide aw...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1885

" " '' "" "-tj"-Vr"if"''-fi?';f"?4y;Trft?t" '"'t''"nam ' " ---.'T?-'ff'l'. 'Tm'- JT- i L-i i- aafca;f!:, - V V -Sr-rf -" '" '-- .- -nr- v;i P - N THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA. KANSAS WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1885. i ' , rr - U- Il&itlJ! TffV ffcariYl. ezj- In orderto receive prompt attention, all bntl ness letters ttiould lie addretteil to n. P. MURDOCK, Buwnesi Knaer. roit salt: FOK SALE Crj AlirgennmberofOermin Carp, both scale and mirror, or suitable aze for brteJintc In fpiinjr or 10. Thev are strictly pure arlttifs. having been received from the laruous -ew ersey Breeding pondf lt spring. urov tnts carp win da eoja at nne-Qainne rtsartl price ivansss. Addreo Byraa A Go , Bellel'laln, an.'ti fir fiv , ofi-Circ eiion ef cay J per t J SnUhvrtrri Kavat The OR y Atto- Preti Ditpaun Paper in lac South-vrett. TJ :H- Or SUBSCRIPTION, c -i i JlAll. jw, (tup ar........ .................94 00 c-vy, sii n.tjatl.t nu . Yk:br months. ....... S 0 H, . o ranntli 75 ' mtIt, tr ?!...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1885

RSSSi fe ? , 5sft5?S? ly ..' 't y ' My.y;iiJi i i i.jii . ag.i , fy K33EST533E: - - ..-s"- '?. " -5 r?- &$?' rp t THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE; WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER U. 1886. M. M MURDOCH BROTHER, Proprtetora. PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OF NEWS UEXER'S OPEBA HOUSE, rpUEXER'S OPEBA H L. JJ. CKAWrOBO, UXAtU. One Mght Only! SATUEDAT. EVEXIKG. XOVEMBFK 14, The Laughable Eicnt nf the Season, E. D. Tan fcehill's r u x- x-T i i r-n r i s t o l company. Miss St. George Hceset Especially en?acl far her gnat character of Mow O'Brien. Incidental to the play, in 2nd act, the Scream ing Iiurlesqce on the Charming Opera of 1! iPALKA! !l A Great l'iay. A Great Caat! A Gjmpsjiy of Comedian a. ! ! Xf w and E'.egant Scenery I I Reserved eat. -0 and 75c; Gallery. 23 and 70c. Secure beuts in aiirjince at Santa Ke Ticket office. opjioite PostoCce. Sale of seals commences Thursday mornlpjr. SEMI-ANNUAL SESSION. South Kansas Medical Society Met This City Yesterday. A Full Attendance of...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 November 1885

rlsSSSSSsmtmssaBKss aMMm!muiZrtiCyUSiLjM!B8mZ2 T ypf'ty-tyy ,ryv " ,.V,J-,w- - l-. , $JLL$ i ' iiw i H imamtmmm Haft T ,: '".J ' WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1885. WHOLE NO. 461 VOL. III. NO. 1-49. mdrite 0SS "-:T -r-Kf - rfT ll Hjgfe y a ? ; k ay u y i i If' y V ? J1J. Large Livery Barn Thirty-nve Horses Burned. and The Anmnl Flprrinn nf Officers i The Annual Election ot umcers i of the D. M. & A. Belle Plaine. at The Free Traders Meet in Chicaco with a Large Delegation, and Several Speeches are Made. Prohibitionists in Eastern Kansas Deter mined to Punish Violators to the Full Extent of the Law. The State Academy of Sciences Still in Session at Manhattan Proceed ings of the Day. Cherryvale on Fire. Special to the laily Kagle. ClIEKUYVAtE, Kss., Xot. 11. A great fire is now raging in this city, which threat ens to sweep the entire business portion of the town. The wind is blotting a strong gale, and ailh tbo headway tho fire bis made it i9 almost impossible-f...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita daily eagle. — 12 November 1885

mCMMM THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12. 1886. --TT- y- failaWllasI M. M. MURDOCK. Editor. THUKSDAY MORNING. XOV.12. PROHIBITION IN GEORGIA. The ett of Ueorgia is in a blazeovcr tho prohibition question. The light has lately broken out in tho olil Democratic city of Altanta. A dispatch to the Globe-Democrat says: "The prohibition question is the sole topic of conversation. Hotels, churches, and pri yats houses all aro turned into the aters for tho discussion of tho gravo prob lem whether the sale of liquor should be suppressed in the city. The streets are nightly paraded by processions headed by bras bands; Democrats salute fellow-work ers of color ns "brother;" women are hold ing prayer-meeting for themcccss of prohi bition, and all distinction between Democrat and llepublican has been for the moment forgotten. All this has been brought nbout through an order for an election to bo held on the Co'.h ius!., on a proposition to sup press the sale ...

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