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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 27 February 1887

xr3Mfsm$3ri-muamiemBmmiSM w V j , !? ,7 V3A '- x - i ,Wj, - J-1 -w, - S&e Wfefcita gafl& n&U: ixtidHg ptoruitig, cbrtmrg 27. 1887. K. P. HUBDOCX, Busing Mani?cr. M. M. MDKDOCK &, BRO., p-a'blisliers and Proprietors. SUNDAY ilORNDJG, FEB. 27, 18S7. AMUSEMENTS. T ECTURE COURSE. The 'XV. C.T. XT. season tickets will be on sale at the Union Ticket office. Price $1.50. No extra charge for reserved seats. Single ticket 75c and Si .00. Kate Field. March 9. To toe fc llo wed by the Alpine Choir and Tyrolese Company. J L. K. Crawford, Manager. Comracnclni? WEDNESDAY EVE, MARCH 2d. The Lotus Opera Company Gilbert and Sullivan's Aesthetic Opera Entitled. : patience. : With MIS'? LILLIAN BROWN in the title role. 45 SUPERB VOICES 45 .Beautiful Scenery I Eltgaiir costume ! Charming Music! Reserved Seats on sale Monday morning. w ICHITA MUSEUM, Ej.ms & Youso, Proprietors ana Manage b. South Main St. near Douglas Ave, Tbe popular family resort and the Only Place of Amusement In ...

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 February 1887

:W4Nsil !ftf :f : PfMfl He fY x;i i gfte mtcfciia Sails guflle : &uu:i$ &&; Wttvxv27, X 887. 5 PH CAPITAL BUDGET. AN EXTRA SESSION INEVITABLE. Washington, D. C, Feb. 26. Despite the wih of the president and of the mem bers of both houses of congress to avoid the necessity for a railed session of the two houses or sj ecial session of the senate, the opinion is entertained today that matters in respect to appropriation bills are rapidly drifting into position, if indeed they have not already reached it, which maKes a called session inevitable. 3Ir. Allison says that in all his service ia both houses he has never known such a state of back wardness in regard to appropriation bills, and fur this condition of things he declares that neitler the senate nor its committee on appropriations is in any way responsi ble. Mr. Beck, a member of the senate ap propriation committee, declares his belief that it will be impossible during the re- maininir days of this session to finish 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 February 1887

6 gfee Wieftiia gaitg U: Mnutam Wtt& &mx 27, 1887. $SIA m & fB&mtimxr 4Sr n SPECIAL NOTICES. Wheeler's addition. dG3-tf Haplo syrup at 70 cento at SteinhauFer Merkle Co. 84-tf For bale. The Star livery stable on Douglas avenue, at a bargain. Barnes & Sox, dS4-tf Druggists. For Sale. A rood card cutter in first-class order. Will sell cheap. Enquire at this office. db'J-tf Read the Enterprise advertisement on last page. A fine snare drum cheap. Post, the nawn broker. dGl-t W. O. Riddel! & Co., over Kansas Nation al Bank, have buys for good bargains. Send in your list and your property will go. e have more buyers than we can find property to fill the demand. 83-tf Ladio3 slippers 75c, at the Parlor Shoe store, 4 doors west of Manhattan hotel. Wheeler's addition. ladles' Kcal Estate jjxchancc. We have fitted up a real estate office espec ially for ladies, where they can list their property and buy and sell, having a large and desirable list of property on our boo...

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 February 1887

' THw-fV JS-" Al"-4-:;r rt"?4 ?U iiS lw Wicfctfct gaiXu nrt: Santas. Sfcorrixima, Hfetettars 27. 1887. r V l k lails 1 J afgggte SPECIAL NOTICES. Notice. "Will tho lady that callwi upon Frank Smith of Eaglb bindery yesterday, in refer ence to uritui iii-hel rooms, pleaso call at Sol Is. Maiket.st. today. 87-2t- Cheap tobacco! Q lality and Quautity, a solid one juniud plus for SOctb, at the Occi- vuhu(,iiki:7. e Leave your houe number before the first, an 1 we will call for your order-. We are no- j:oing in the real estate business. Occi aeutalciocery. 8-3t Special Notice. One of the be-t improved farms iu Kechi township consisting of UK) acres, is for sale dirt cheap if sold between now and the first duy of Mai ch. Enquire at 718 East Douglas avenue. "Word to ttie wife, etc. S7-oi Teas! Buy your teas at the Occidental grocery We iniortour teas direct from Japan and Sell them cheap S7-3 Otto Weiss & Co. We have a lino list of improved farms in Iviugnian and Ileno counties to rent...

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 February 1887

. in.!. ,.,... .-. , ..i y I., ,,. ;. -p-.--.im .--i lJWtiin ..... ..-.... i ,irr., mj I, ji Ti -. i ... '""WeiwrtiOTIHawimaUIMMnB .-.--' ..rt-'-' -. .- v - .. .-" .'."" '.' .' ."' .-- -.-.- --. . i , . V 'ViiA';;1.',!''-,' 'i' ' J'JL-,'. ' ' 1" 'iH'yi-m,' .. , tli .i.VT j.W.w.r-sS'.-rw-Wi.'l jj.iVi'niirIIWmllJ JIIIHWI V -""'"'"'i '"S"'"- BS5f "W " t - .? 8 glue SKirftita gails Xfl(k: Strodas Sanruitig, foroag 27. 1887. gBaflle M. M. MOUDOCKi IIKO.. Proprietor!,. SUNDAY MORNING. FEB. 27. 1887. KKAL ESTATE.TKANSFEKS. The f ollowins aro tho real estate transfers recorded in the register of deeds office j'ester day: A H Brock way to A Katz, odd 21, 27, Grand ave, Allen & Smith's add 1220 J P Frayham to E Buxton, s hf of mv qr l4-28-2e 2400 B Smith to J It Wall, even 10 to It,, blk 4, Euclid ave, Allen & Smith's add.. L R Cole to A F Girard, e hf of w qr 32-20-le 1100 SCO W W Vincent, 51, 53, Mead avo, Ran- son& Kay's add 500 Stites Bros to J XV Robertson, odd 25 to 31 Park ...

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

JlJKZiA "V. 1 " - -- "y?""!. ' V "ij,n-jp,Li":"2 " rr-si--- - W. Socles VOL. VI. NO. 89. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1887. WHOLE NO. 871. wichtta Ifditle. .1 Yt N"V rfc I tT l5l Jf KL C jj -ln. w H.liv - "flB 123 and 125 Housekeepers Benefit Week. "We have for some time been busily engaged .in procuring rare bargains in domestics and housekeeping goods, and now we are ready to give our patrons and the general public a benefit. At Six and One-Quarter Cents Per yard we will offer one case of nice lace scrim, twenty dirrerent pattterns. forty inches wide, and well worth twelve cento per yard. At Ten Cents Per Yd. Fifteen pieces of fine lace scrim in new de signs and well wortn fifteen cents. At Eiglit Cents Each Alarge lot of damask, fancy and crape finished towels in different numbers and worth from ten to fifteen cents each every one a bargain. At Twinty-five Cents Each One lot of fine damak towels, double knotted fringe, large, and handsome patterns they will please y...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 March 1887

vr. pte WMcfttta fag gagle: Sttcadag pcmming, fpfafctt 1. 1887. 51. J!. 3IUKDOCK, Kdltor. TUESDAY MORNING. MCH. 1. 18S7. The secret of Kansas City's big bank clearings is given away by a Kansas City man, who writes to a Boston finance paper that the bulk of the bank, business is done bv real estate men, and it is the custom for the buyer to give his check to the agent, and in turn the agent gives his check to the seller. One transaction thus doubles itself. The Commonwealth of the 23d speaks of Geo. A. Crawford as governor. Why do you call him governor? We made a simi lar mibtake once, and you advised us to post ourselves on current events. Man hattan Nationalist. Both Sam and George were elected to the governorship of Kansas Sam got his seat but George didn't. So you have made a mistake again. "INTER-STATE COMMERCE. Gamblers may dabble in the whirlwind prices of property in such towns as Wichi ta, Birmingham, Topeka and Ft. Smith; the even-niinded, clear bended, legitimate operator...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 March 1887

jxr- "-eiiS5- eji-' - ' -xr- '&. S&e Otttfttta Sails S0 Ssaag Storuiug, gffarcfe X, 1887, T i KM ri r gaiiriEfile R. R. TIME TABLE8. st.r, Ft. S. AW. U. K. EAST BOUND TBAISB. Train leaves Wichita sU5a. m.and i20p,m. Train arrived from the east.. ..S3) a. m. and 20 p.m. WEST BOUND. Train leaves 9W a. m. and 7rn p. m Train arriv-ea 3 2D a. m. and 950 p. m. "Wichita A. Colorado. Train leaves for Hutchlnson....9:l0 a.m. and 1 730 p.m. Train arrives from Hutchinson.. 953 a.m. and p.m A., T. A S. F. II K. Arrivo . 7.40 d m. .11:1T a. m . is rv. m ..7.W p. m. 2.10 p rn. t eavca . 7.40p. m. .12 15 p. in. 325 a. m. . 2.30 p. m. . 825 a. m. . .W p. m. Oolng North. Passenger Solng North. Accommodation .... joins South. Patseni?er Going South. Passenscr..... Going South. Accommodation Going North. Paasenser Going North. Accommodation Going South. Pa-swiiger.... Going South. Accommodation 'Going North. Passenger Going soutn. r-as Wichita A Western. Arrives. . 8.20 a.m. . 7.15 p. m. .1231...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 1 March 1887

'"--, -!' " -- ' tr rv - r t? - ?k "-l &" '& if J sf s&'"Tyr'!s TT'Vav-iKJ '-iJ-So- ?;s T ' -J:-V -V-jg, fce IS&LicWax, fails Satfe: gttesaag StortAtxe, ptarcfc 1. UB87. "" SaxlifSr fagXe - X. Jcriock. R. P- ntTKWOCK. Editor. Btulnrnw MEnflffer. M. M. MCBDOCK & BRO., PubliBners and Proprietors. TUESDAY MORNING, MCH. 1, 18b7. AMUSEMENTS. T ECTURE COTJRSE. - -. m -rr ... Al.l... ,II1 Via m era in T J.YVrfeU'r ? niVS. ii 3L No extra chance for reserved seat. Single ticket 75c aiid St. IW. Kte Fleia. siarcn . Tto be ft Ho wed by the Alpine Choir and Tyroiese Company. fj L. M. Crawford. Manager. Commencing WEDNESDAY EVE, MARCH 2d, The Ixtus Opera Company is Gilbert and Sullivan's Aesthetic Opera Entitled. P" A UKMJK. With MKK LILLIAN BBOWN In the title role. 45 SUPEKB VOICES 45 Beautifal Scenery! ... u.ui ..-mines! fc Charming MufilcJ Reserved Seats on sale Monday morning. "WICHXSn &Yoo. Proprietor, and Manage. South Main St. near Douplas Ave. The DODular family 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. — 1 March 1887

'."- ? 2 ?," ' "W,--SV ' "-tC " -" -tJi w-'i'siiSjftS 1 &e Wttcfctta Satta Saate : $tc6as WtfttAvLQ, Sfcaixfc X, 1 867. f r 49TH COISTGURESS. Continued from First Page. days what the hoube had not done in three months. lie criticized the Democratic majority for their failure tc perforin their promises to effect a reduction of taxation and to pass revenue legislation. It was true that the country had been given some literature in the shape of letters pasting between the speaker and the gentleman from Pennsylvania (Mr. llaudall), but here were the last days of the session, without reve nue legislation, without a reduction of tax ation, without the passage of appropriation hills. Mr. Bmterwortb. of Ohio said that the Democratic party has come into power by reason of its nrofessed devotion to civil service reform and the virtue embodied in that form, and it now sought to hold power by practicing the views which it haa as sured the country it would issue. One of the provisions of 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. — 1 March 1887

",'SSfBaSr 6 Jgfoe Wttcfett gailj ae : ttedaj sytomiufi, gytatxft lf 1887. "" 7 Mfca aiwragXe SPECIAL NOTICES. "Wheeler's addition. d03-tf The best property on best terras, is iu the Ohio add., corner 13th and Hydraulic. Belcher & Co , cor. ilarket and Douglas. SS-tf Don't fail to soe lots and get prices in Ohio add. Belcher & Co., V) E. Douglas. SS-tf To Gardeners. Tweaty-fivo barrels fertilizer to sell at Poultry yards on Washington ave, X rates noi th of Douglas ave. dSS-Gt "We are mating extremely low pi ices on ladies' children's and inise:' hcsiery. Lari mer &8tuu. 8S2t There harms been a considerable demand for share of stock in the Wichita Union Stock Yard company, none of which has been for sate, the board of directors has de cided to sell $30,000 of the shares in small blocks. Applications should be made to J. O. Davidson, president of tho company, at the Citizens bank. 87-tf A Jtcllsh. Thunder aud lightning bottled at tho Oc cidental grocery for 3o cts. d87-3t...

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

S&e WKcfttta Sailg llarfle : Sttrgdag Storentna, gOarcft 1, 1887. s - r r SPECIAL NOTICES. Four firafc class single and six double driving horses for sale at a bargain Every horse fully warranted. Two are first class ?!& hoi7ie9- Enqire at Star Livery, 409 E Douglas st. Nelson & Slaymaker. dSS-2t The Ohio Addition Corner Hydraulic and 13th sts. These lots are in the best residence part of the city and forsalo on easy terms 88tf See Kansas addition. $d d dp d cp cp a) q) -vs Ohio Addition Thirteenth and Hydraulic ste Good lots, easy terms. Belcher & Co., SStf 120 E Dotglae. Cheap tobacco! Quality and Quantity, a solid one pound plug for 30cts, nt the Occi dental grocery. 87-3t Leave your house number before the first, and wo will call for your orders. We are not going m the real estate business. Occi dental grocery. 87-3t Special Notice. Opo of the best improved farms in Kechi township consisting of 1(50 acres, is for Fale dirt cheap if sold between now and the first ...

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

, f, &-. " v -.-; &&&' &&L?--i i'S&X laf-ISS-v.- Efes HicMta Sails f&flle: gtiescUig Saomino, pteixfc X. 1887. 8 -s vi 3S-c gaiSaagg 31. MIJKDOCK& IJKO.. Proprietors. TUESDAY MORNING. '5ICH 1, 1887. KEAIj ESTATE TRANSFKKS. The following ara the real estato transfers recorded in the register ordeeds office yester day: BIHellarta C Fordham, odd 1 to Jl, Voluuia ave, Oliver's Mib-div G Lineniermeyer to F Schsitzler, ten acres square of to cor of w hf of sw qr, 33-20 le J Rosenthal to E L Hibarger. even 'M to 32, RoseuthalS Mib-div S Mam to L C Murdock, odd ::; to W), blk 4, Jackson ave, Carey park add. C Mourcr to L Steinbuchel. 46 48, "Whitney st, Kirkpatrick's add...... L C Murdock to D F Nixon, odd 3o to 39. blk 3, Jaeksou st, Carey park H L Palmer" to D VT "rTolty, 41, 42, blk in .Ttinr-r.inn Town Co 1S00 35C0 750 2000 GOO 4500 1025 M Fkrry to H Reiir. 1)23, 924, Waco st, GreiffensteiuV 7th add -WJ N M Hilton to j Ji ijane, .o, w, ou tral ave, Hi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 March 1887

'- 3? - ff,MMM.Socfe, VOL. VI. :nto. 90. WICHITA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2. 1887. WHOLE NO. 872. Hiv CPtchtttt iCtflfe JS 123 and 125 Housekeepers Benefit Week. "We have for some time been "busily engaged in Erocuring rare bargains in domestics and. ousekeeping goods, and now we are ready to give our patrons and the general public a benefit. At Six and One-Quarter Cents Per yard, we will offer one case of nice lace scrim, twenty different pattterns, forty inches .wide, and. well worth twelve cent per yard. At Ten Cents Per Yd. Fifteen pieces of fine lace scrim in new de signs and well worth fifteen cents. At Eight Cents Each A large lot of damask, fancy and crape finished towels in different numbers and worth from ten to fifteen cents each every one a Dargain. At Twinty-five Cents Each One lot of fine damask towels, double knotted fringe, large, and handsome patterns they will please you all. At Ten Cents Each A small lot of bath towels, large and good, worth twenty cents ...

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

WBMMW lxe Wttcfctta SaiXij gagl : fSJUdtteaagg Sfcoruitifl, gtarcli 2. 1887. .r i-vo' --j5ii i -SM 33-ir1'r ' CStfT. JT 4IL2I.U1JC v ? MUKDOCK, Kdltor. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MCH. 2. 1887. SOME BEFORMS. The country is certainly on the upgrade of moral reforms, at least in the matter of Balneal and state legislation. Among the more important miebures passed upon by the present congress -was theanti polygamy bill, which is the most sweeping of any i; ive .nnorosn nn that subiect. The failure of the effort to remove the internal tax on liquor is another item in the same n. And still another was the passage Mondhj- hy the senate of a bill prohibiting tbe transmissioh ihrough the mails of newspapers and other periodicals contain ing advertisements of lottery schemes. The postoflice department has been wrestl inff with this last monster of evil for sev eral years, and if the government shall at lat be able to throttle it thousands of people who have suffered from want of the common necessitie...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 March 1887

gfoe SRicfcifct gailggagle: W&taws&XQ fPorutiig, garcfc 2, 1887. R. R. TJME TABLES. St. I, Ft. S. AW. K. H. BAST BOUND THAI!. 8. Train leaves "Wichita 9 .35 a. m. and 7 20 p.m. Train arrives from the east 850 a. m. and 730 p.m. V.T3T BOCSD. Train leaves 9:5i) a. m. and 7:40 p. m Train arrives... 92d a. m. and 930 p. m. Wichita Jfc Colorado. Train leaves fr Hutchinson.. ..8:10 a.m- and 730 p.m. Traia arrives from Uuuhlnson. .833 sum. and p.m A., T. & S. F. K K. Arrive ,. 7.40 D m. .11:15 a. m ,. 25 a.m. ,..7.K p. m. 2.40 p m. I eaves .. 7.40p. m. .12:15 p. m. , fciSa-m. ,. 2.30 p.m. . 825 a. m. . 7.40 p.m. Solng North, Passenger Solng North, Accommodation .. .Solng South. Passenger Going South, Passenger Going South. Accommodation .. Going North, Passenger Solng North. Accommodation... Going South, Pofweuger Going South, Accommodation .. Going North. Passenger tolng South, Passenger AVIchlt A Western. Arrives. . 820 a. m. . 7:15 p. m. .1245 p.m. Leaves. . 8.45 a. m. . 730...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 March 1887

Xfee Sfflttcfctta Pailg ntfU: Hcdncadatvtoniingrtatclt 2.887. M gailsc fp$e , H. XUBDOCK, Editor. B. P. JIURDOCK, Bnatnnui JIanagor. M. M. MTJHDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. Tf EDNESDAY MORNING, MCH. 2, 18S7. All Jettons pertaining to the business of the printing or bindery, or for information or aarertuuiK, tboald be addressed to the business manager; Cher communications to the editor. Oil -Ttje only Dally Paptr In EoutI)Wrat Kiuuui.s or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and nlgbt Associated Proas reports in fall. TE14MS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. DAILY BY MJLH, POSTAGE mEl-AlD. Ome copy, one year t 6 00 Oaecopy, six months 4 W Oaeeopy, throe iruJi3 3 2 One copy, one mo..th ... - By carrier, per year. 10 W y carrier, three months 2 50 Twenty cent per week delivered by carriers In too etty. WEEKLY. m One copy, one year. In the State 81 00 Ofte copy, six months 5 TO ADYERTIBEBS. Oar rates for advert Llns shall be as low as those of ay other paper of equal value as an ad...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 March 1887

i'S w The Wily Manipulators of Hail road Traffic Meet in Gen eral Council In Chicago to Pass upon the Pro visions of the Inter state Law. They Construe Its Meaning and .Announce Their Rulings Accordingly. The Bright Escutcheon of Onr Fair and Famed State Besmirched ly the Semi-Savage Acts of Hot-Heiuled Impracticablea Repre Bentiug Rival Candidates for Coun ty Seat Location Four Per sona Killed and Many Wounded. INTERSTATE COMMERCE. The Trunk Line Mauajrers Parcelling Out the Patronage. - umcAGO, larcu i. uentral passenger agents of various roads in the Southwest cm Passenger association have just submit ted to the general managers a report re garding the interpretation and application of the interstate commerce law as relating to the passenger tratic. Passenger agents are agreed that tbe law meuns that all charges made for any service shall be rea sonable aud just. For like and contempo raneous service, aud for transportation of like kind of traflic under substantially sim ilar cir...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 March 1887

iiu.'s& 'g .Tygw?j?S3jBPPII! Side tttticttit gails gagle: ftednestag gftovtthig, gJKarcfc 2, 1887. 6 Mfci ilgl ugXe SPECIAL NOTICES. Wheelor's addition. dG3-tf The best property on best terms, is iu the Ohio add., corner HJth and Hydraulic. Belcher & Co , cor. Market and Douglas. 88-tf Don't fail to see lots and s;ot prices in Ohio add. Belcher & Co., 129 E. Douglas. SS-tf To Gardeners. Twenty-five barrels fertilizer to sell at Jroultry yards on wasnmgton ave, -s mio- ncitn or uougiss ave. d88-Gt There having been a camsiderablo demand for shares of stock ia tha Wichita Union Stock Yards company, none of which ha3 been for salo, the board of direetr- has do cidedtosellW.OOOof the shares iu small blocks. Applications should oe made to J. O. Davidson, president of the company, at the Citizens bank. 87-tf Wholesale coal the only strictly whole sale coal dealers in the city. Will sell in car lots to mills, users of steam, brick makers and dealers, to compete with any prices ...

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

Sfte Wttcftita $attg SEatfe- WeiTues&tij aWUnmiug, tarc2V887. V ,7 aiXscasTje TO A BOY PIPING. Rpe while thou may'st, oh happy boy,-. Thy songs bo true, so rar That cost a Iittb pain to ba As this soft natural air. That from thy lips tako easier birth Than violets from tho showered earth. Pipe while thou may'st, the world is deaf; This tiaie u all thins own; Tipe in thy mirth, nor waste a 6ih, Because thou art unknown; Tho songs that v. in a nation's ears Are red with blood, aro wet with tears. Pipa while thou may'st, anJ oh beware, When thou to love shalt bow. That she wiih whom thy pipe then j!cad3 Bo pure as thou art now. Nor let thy songs untuned bo Fy aught that shames the SIuso and thee. Pip-2 whilo thou may'st, for life Is short, And, ere these leaves are brown. Death in his hands thy nipo may grasp An 1 tots it rudely down. And bring the to the sunless shore, 7bere oice and pipe are heard no more. Longman's Magazine. HOW WHISKY IS "TAMED." Alleged Ilscoory of a Xew Vorlc...

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