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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 2 March 1887

, -W . L,s - t. ',- . 8 Site WHicltttapaiXsSaaXc: Wlt&msfons j&ovninG, Stanxfc 2. 1887. gajBgjgte Jl. M. AIUUDOCKXUKO.. Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MCH. 2 1SS7 KEAli ESTATB TUANSFKKS. The following aro the real estate transfers recorded in the resistor of deeds office yester day: J C Colo to J XV Arthur 54, 50, Ellis ave Lincolastadd 350 J M Boj d to J Horn even XG ro 3l 5th ave HodgMMi add 1200 it iinnaus to .i ii. riorn l Uuio ave Coffey a add A H Beak to E J Alexander 50x12 ft off s hf of 0 Glenn ave Lawnfielri aid B Konmsou to B M Cutter a 3-4 11 oik 8 5th ave l'erry'o add E B Mulvoy to W C Stafford GO Plum Bt Corwin's add &50 GfO 10C0 400 J E Hiobitts to VV AValker odd 41 to 47 John st Butler & Fisher's add 1500 C W Swiney to E Hods even 34 to 40 Chautauqua ave Rogers' subdiv 1200 It Sam iels to J L Cramer 145, 147, Lawrence ave Lee's add 4750 K C A Walker to F Holhs even 14 to 20 ii blk H University add CG0 Ii W Knoll to S A Howard odd 35 to 30 Meridian ave...

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

VOL. VI. NO. 91. WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAHCH 3, 187. WHOLE NO. 873. . ?& - 123 and 125 Housekeepers Benefit Week. "We have for some time been "busily engaged in i 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 different 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 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 bargain. 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 every place. At Thirty-Three Cents Per ...

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

tfi s - ' s .- .-s x - ,, .MJiaMMaWiMwwn - "Hfyg'if vvwiMge-ry) iy"iyBwycy $1 Wtictitta failg jtfte: SSSSK5raffi2&ra5g55KSS ; "toww"cpp m&z33&?sl: zzc" l -iwwx r 1 ' ', 111 iii 3 - Jl. M. M. MOEDOCK", Editor. "THURSDAY MORNING, MCIL 3. 1887. THE G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT. The department commander lias issued an order calling the Kansas state encamp ment of tbe Grand Army of. the Republic to meet in Abilene, on Tuesday, 3Iarch 8. Abilene is in all probability the smallest town in which the annual encampment has ever been held, and lest there may be old aoldiers, or their friends, unacquainted yrilh this locality, deterred from attending ly the fear that our city is not large enough to accommodate the vast crowd, or that the hotels may be inadequate, we think it best to say a few words to allay all such fears. " Before the order was issued, an expres sion of our citizens was obtained by Com mander McDivitt, as to their willingness to .;ct in iliia rather larirc undertaking. The ...

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

"Sjtv hc 'mirtxitn nilu$le: gtmvsaxQ $&&&$, &lxxch 3, 1887. h'H V lr- $$lt R. R. TJMU TABLES. st. t,, rt. s. &w. k. it. KAST EOUXD TRS133. Train leaves Wichita 3.35 a.m. and 7.20 p.m. Train arrives from tho east 8JS) a. m. and ISO p.m. WEST BOUND. Train leaves . 50a.m. and 7:40 p. m Train arrives 920 a. in. and 9511 p. m. "Wichita fc Colorado. Train leaves far Hutchinson.. ..8:40 a.m. and 730 p.m. Train arrives from Hutohinson. .853 a.m. and p.m A., T. fc S. K. K K. Arrive ,. 7:10 d m. .11:15 a. m . 25 a, m. ..7:40 p. m. 2.10 p m. I eaves . 7.4p. m. .12:15 p. m. 825 a. m. . 2.30 p. m. . 825 a. m. . 7:40 p.m. Solng North, Passenger...... Solng North, Accommodation Jol.nR South. Passenger. Oolng South. Passenger Going South, Accommodation v Going North. Passenger Going North. Accommodation Going South, Pmwcnger Going South, Accommodation Going North, Passenger Going South, Passengsr Wichita Js Western. Arrives. . B.20 a. m. . 7:15 p. m. .121X5 p. m. Leaves. . 8:45 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 March 1887

4 Xhz SBMcfttfc fails gagle : ghuvs&ay ptmtttftig, ptaixft 3 1887. , M. Murdoch, Editor. R. P. -UCBDOCK, Business Manager. M. M. MURDOCH & BBO., Publishers and Proprietors. THURSDAY MOKNLSG. MCH. 3. 1887. All letters pertaining to the business of the printing boose or bindery, or for Information of advertising, koBld be addressed to the business manager; all feer communications to the editor. The only Dailj Paper In Southweht Kudssa or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the day aud night JMnrlmr rl Prop report In full. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. DAH.T BT MAffifpoeTXGE PIUtPAID. OM OOP, one year. 9 B 00 Oee eopy, alx montln 00 Oaeoopy, three ir...hs 2 ' Otte copy, one mo..ch -- 75 f carrier, per year W w y carrier, three months 2 58 Twenty cento per week delivered by carriers In the alty. WEEKLY. Obc copF, one year. In the State 1 "J QMCop7,slx months TO ADVERTISERS. Oar rates for advertising shall be as low as those of By other papr of equal value as an advertising me llom. . ....

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 March 1887

rW"-KZZZ35, idS&ttjK. mttYmmessZvt P F NEWS IN GENIAL Dodge City is "Threatened -with a Real Estate and Buildiog Boom El Dorado Rejoices over the Purchase, near that City, of Thirty Acres of Land by the Miseouri Pacific Railroad Company, for the Location Of Their Machine aDd Repair Bhope. The Sunday Shootiujr Affray at Corouado, Wiclilta Co., Tallies Three Dad and two not Ex pected t Live The Eud not Yet Other News Items. Weather Report. Washington, March 5J, 1 &. ui. The following are the indications: For Mis souri, fair weather, followed by local rains, colder, followed by slight rise in tempera ture in northern portion. For Kansas and Nebraska, fair weather, followed Ijy rain, warmer, north westerly wiudi Roomiujr Dorijre. Special Dlipatch to the Daily Eale. Dodge City, Kan., March 2. Dodge City is on the eve of a real estate and build ing boom. Many investors having within the p:ut week purchased laud and lots in the city. Bucklin, the Chicago Arnica Salve man, has under...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 3 March 1887

6 gfce Wlicfttta gaitg Xajjle: Sfatrsdag Storvlttg, fjltetxft 3, 1887. gaiH'HjgXe SPECIAL NOTICES. "Wheeler's addition. dG3-tf The best property on best terms, is in the Ohio add., corner ltJth and Hydraulic. Belcher & Co , cor. ilarket and Douglas. 88 tf Don't fail to sea lots and et prices in Ohio add. Belcher & Co., T-'O E Douglas. SS-tf -To Gardeners. Twenty-five barrels iertilizer to sell at Poultiy yaidson Washington ave, '2 mies noi th of Douglas ave dSS-Gt There having been a considerable demand for share's of stock in the Wichita Union Stock Yards company, none ot which has been tor sa!c, the to tid of director- has do cideil to sell ?W,0(W of the shares m small blocks Applications should be made to J. O. David-oii, 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, biick makers and dealer-, to compete with any prices to be had in this maiket. Of...

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

: 't'T ' 7 j.'.'t ; $fce Wticfcita gattg &: Sfcttestag iJXortrfiig, fjfcatxfc 3. t887. ?? ; " 1 i v. -.,1 K ' 7 SPECIAL NOTICES. Call at the Wichita runic Factory. 125 W Douglas ave, for your truuks, valise?, satchels, &c, as we have the largest aud most complete stock west of Chicago dSO-tf The Mercer Real Estate and Investment Co. are sole agents for the Orchard Grove addition. 80-3t The highest ground in West Wichita is Orchard Grove. 8-3t JCottce. All persons are hereby notified not to pur chase any personal property of my husband, Win. O. Hammond, as all the property claimed by him belongs to me, and should any one buy of him the sale will be con tested. Mks. Aslojda A. Hammond. Feb. 38, 1887 89-3t Special Bargain. Five lots, east fronts, in McCormick's ad dition only 50 ft south of Zimmerly et., at $300 each if taken at once. Stafford & vyebb, 89-1 1 -l E Douglas ave. Special bargains in Lincoln St., McCor mick's and Alien & Smith's additions today. Cull ou Sto...

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

HI Tfte SStttctiita ifciln Ig&rtte : $ftutsdxg SKaming. gflarsft 3. 18' 75 8 r y-t.iv'' gaiSskjglje M. M. Jlt'KltOCKA Itl'.O.. I'roprlptors. THURSDAY MORNING. MCH. 1887 HEAL ESTATE TKANSFEltS. The folWwing are the real estate transfers reonrdrcl in the register of deads office yester day: N Anderson to K George, 1S1, 183, Mcsby ave, Rauni & Kej-s' add 575 I Richmond to A L Whuthnrn, 234 Simmons ave. Richmond's 2d add ... 1 E D Marklaud to D D AIuMliersburgh 27, blk 4, Wabo&h ave. U'ushington ave add 250 W Kuttier to Sittmbudcl & Dunbar, tract com 4'.b ft v of pt WO f z s of n ecor of u w 321, 27 Je P Henniug to Tryou & Thompson 70, 72, 74, Mosby ave. Ransou & Keys add J D Keating to L AT Rhoades 41, 43, blk 1. Grand ave, Allea & Smith's add M J Rochelle to L 11 Rhoades uudir intr lot 7, Tarlton's 3d add A A Luttrell to L C Bird 34, 30, Fourth 9000 825 500 2000 ave, Thomas add 3200 P M Dole to 3 Ratsell, add 89 to 95. blk 5, Carey Park add . 3000 J J Dumel...

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

- - ' -- 'U. .'.- i.lMil!w,f,..,!!BIJiail..!X,LiMJB L. UUM""' !'.milU.. .-,. '"r ' -;-. v ., "41 ret: ft -It's SB"' - " ' "Sir T ftbSocfef; --i Ifdgle .- VOL. VI. NO. 92. WICHITA, KANSAS. FRIDAY MORNING, MAECH 4, 1887. WHOLE NO. 874. Wichita 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 watrons 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 cento per yard. At Ten'Cents Per Yd. Fifteen pieces of fine lace scrim in new de signs and well wortn 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 bargain. At Twinty-flye Cents Each One lot of fine damask towels, double knotted fringe, large, and handsome patterns ...

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

v'si&i'-- 44sgl" 2 3Jfte ffl&ichite, gailg fgagle : Wtoming, gtacfc 4. 188 7. &u4i gailip 31. M. gkgtje MUKJOOCK, Editor. "FRIDAY MORNING, MCH. 4. 1887. A NON--PARTISAN ESTIMATE. The followiug handsome compliment to Speaker Carlisle is from the St. Louis Globe Democrat and coincides with the writers views exactly: Undoubtedly it would be better for. the Democrats if Mr. Carlisle should iorego his ambition to be speaker of the house in the fiftieth con gress and consent to lead his party on the floor instead. "Under Mr. Morrison's lead ership the party has been badly handi capped for the past few years. The retire ment of Morrison gives Mr. Carlisle an opportunity which some men in his place would be constrained to take advantage of. Be has now held the tpeukcrthip four years, and another two 3 ears' term would afford him very little glory or prestige. In fact, as leader of his party in the popular branch of congress he has a cliance of adding to his fame and making himse...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 March 1887

.SiSI-ISISi ft- v- 5?" Sit tcfcita gatts gagle : ffcittas f8fcmrcitt& gXarcti 4, 1887. M tam ??-,. r . && R. R. TJAIE TABLES. St. I, Ft. S. A.W. U. K. EAST BOUND TIAS. Train leaves Wichita 9.33 a. m. and 7:20 p.m. Train arrlvoa trom the east... .8.20 a. m. and 72. p.m. WST COCXD. Train leaves 3-" a. m. and-jn p. m Train arrive iW a. m. and 950 p. m. VlchIta fc Colorado. Train leaves fr Hutchinson. ...80 a m. and 730 p m. Train arrives from IuthI&on..S-- a.nancl7 p.m A., T. A. S. F. K K, Arrive 7 40n m. .11:11 . m . 25 a. m ..7,-Wp. m. 2 ) p m I eaves . 7-f)p m. .ti 15 p. m. 3:25 a. m. . 2 p. m . 825 a. m. . 7 40 p m. Solnx North. Passeneer Solng North. Accommodation . 3oig South. Pas-seriner Going Smih. PaseKer Bolng Routh. Accommodation . Oolng North, Passenger..... Going North. Accommodation Going South. Pa-snenger Going South, Accommodation doing North. Passenger Uoing fcouui, ---.. Wichita A Western. Arrives. . BiWa-m. . 7.15 p. m. ,12:05 p. m. Leaves. . 8-15 a. ...

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

;f"-tii gfee liclxtta f atlg gaglc : 1ri6 WovhiUQi gjdatxfe 4; 1887. """u- c t$l m HI h'i f I n ''.! SiSPQ 8L JLMcbdock. Editor. I R. P. .hubdock, I Easing Manager. M. M. MURDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING. ilCH. 4. 1887. All letter? pertaining to the business of the printing kouse or bindery, or for Information of advertising. Mould be addressed to the business manager; all The only Lmilj Papnr in boutnwest Kaustta or the Aikana&s Valley receiving Ixitb the day und night Aaaociated Press report lu full. TKKMS OF SUBSCKIHTIONS. DAILY BV MAIL, PC6TACK rUKPAlD. Oae copy, one year $ S IW Oau copy, nix mouthi 1 00 One ooj'y. three n-w.hg 2 to On copy, one mo., tli 75 y carrier, per year 10 t'J By carrier, Utrce months 2 50 Twenty cents per week delivered by carrlor in the dry. WEEKLY. se copy, one yecr, in the Stftte 8100 fteeeopy, six motufcn 75 TO ADVERTISEHS. Oar rates for adterflslnj? pfcnil be as low r tboo of ay otber paper of equal rnluu as an adve...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 March 1887

' ' 'a--5(s-'5rs5rr'r !f 5-V? " '"'5A 1ff,--;j?ii , "S- l i ' Sbe licfeita Sails gaglc : ??victag adorning, U-tejcfc 4, IS67. V- rjf t y CAPITAL BUDGET. Continued fnun Kiit Pae J American congress refused to fcubmit, or stated that lie would not submit a proposed revision of the tariff or of the taxation sys tem of the country, I deny that ana ia' that it is not true. The question was put upon the confer ence report which was agreed to without division. Upon motion of Mr. Teller, the house bill to organize a land district for No Man's laud previously passed by the senate with amendments was recalled and the votes by which the senate amendments were then rejected md the unamended house bill was p i-std. The conference report upon the bill to provide for bringing suits against the United States was made and airreed to Mr. Mahone called up the vetoed bill for a public building at Dai'ton, Ohio, and it w-as passed over the veto 39 to 18. Messrs. Lrown. Call, Eustis, Fair, Payne, A. Vanc...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 4 March 1887

"V - - ""W gfc TWtcttita fattg &0fe : IjWUfeig a&ornittfl, Sttatxft 4, 1887. 6 SPECIAL NOTICES. Wheeler's addition. dC3-tf The bet property on bett terms, is in the Ohio add., corner 13th and Hydraulic. Belcher & Co , cor. Market and Douglas. . 88 tf Don't fail to 9 lots and get prices in Ohio add. Belcher & Co., 19 E. Douglas. SS-tf To Gardi-ncra. Twenty-five barrels fertilizer to sell at Poultry yards on Washington ave, 2X mies 1101 th of Douglas ave. dSb-Ot There having been a ctnaderublo demand for shares of stock in the Wichita Union Btock Yard company, none of which has been for sale, the hoard of directors has de cidedtosell $50,000 of the shares in small blocks. Applications 4iouId bo made to J. O. Darid-ou, president of the company, at the Citizeite 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 dealer, to compete with any .prices to bo had in this market. O...

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

-i--, ' ' ' . sjcaufcrt J j i a.-s- i. "'$ -"- 5 se -? fee Wticfcita Saitg Waate: Suites Stonming, gfcmxfc 4. 1887. TX lbs W h ' 88M4& lsd 1P SPECIAL NOTICES. Call at the "Wichita ruiik Factory, 125 W Douglas ave, for your trunks, valines, satchels, &c , as wo hae the laigest and most complete stock wet of Chicago d89-tf Special Bargain. "Five lo, east f routs, in McCorraick's ad dition only 50 tt south of Zimmerly St., at $300 each if taken at once. Stafford & Webb, S9-4t l E Douglas are. Special bargains in Lmrolu St., McCor mick'rt and Allen & Smith's additions today. Call on Stover Bro. & Keiter, at Wn hita Exchange, 224 E. Douglas, ave. feD 6t Notice. The partnership heretofore existing be tween Dr. H. Owens and Hall is dissolved on the22d day of February, 1867, and the books aud accounts will be settled at the office of H. Onens at the same place. H. Owkns. dbO-it Choice Property fr ialc. Lots 125 and 127, Douglas ave, GreifFsad, with 2-story brick building...

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

y 1 S "V J v3 . gfte SSftictotagaiXggagte: jjflag gtoraigg, gffstxfr 3. 1887. , 8 rf SXxrar' ae M. W. JiniM1'i A IU0 . I'ninriiir, Fill AY MOrtMM.. MCII 4 l7. KKAL, ESTATE TICANSFHKS. Tfao follovrias are tho re:il cstato transfers recorded in the register of deeds office yester day: O G Walson to Sallie Cruni, 03 Jfaiii st Fords add 2E B Jew ett to K McLean, undiv 5-12 w hf of s e qr sw qr of 3-27-le S Allestou to same, uudiv hf w hf se qr of sw or 3-27-le 1000 500 COO0 II E Brown to P E Boyle, even 20 to 24 Spence bt, Paid Piace add 2500 W u aicCuno to K J uoocuu, lot a, Griffinsteins reserve C Redmond to Wichita. Catholic In vestment Co, 20a 25-27-1 w G M Whitney to E C Wood, odd 11 to 19, even 2 to 14, Sher n cods add J "W St rough to Wichita Cathoiic Iu- ' vest Co 2a'2(J 2 7-1 w J Rosenthal to W Fletcher, odd 129 to 14:5, even 130 to 144, Rosenthal's sub div E J Beattie to E J Davis, undiv hf lots 1 to 47. Firebaujrhs sub-div 2S33 1 1S75 2400 3450 It Black to E J Davis, even 20 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 5 March 1887

WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MOBNINGK. lifAECH 5, 1887. HTHOLK NO. 1 i K P) I V i 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 cento 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 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-flye 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 every place. At Thirty-Three Cents Per Yard Five pieces of...

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

5SBg55s35aHBBHHBBOB3PW " ''-feTT " S?- "E! j? av,'-" ' 'vvA-'SV- .JSftjS. '-&& yt-ys. vt Site Wtddta Sails vl& e : SaimrOag Saforiiiiifi, fpforcfc 5. 1887. ! lV!.yi. v.'-grai St &$ 31. M. MUllIOGK, Hdltor. SATURDAY MORNING. MCH. 5, 1SS7. The dispatches this morniqg announce that a number of prominent Democrats nre uroini; upon President Cleveland the appointment of Representative Randall of Finnsj Ivania to the treasury portfolio as Wr. Man ing's successor. This is a right clever scheme on the part of the reformers, who seem to be at the bottom of it, to get Mr. Rur-ddll out of their -way. As for his fitness for the position named he is no doubt as veil qualified as any member of that party, and his financial views are un derstood to be more fully in accord with those of the administration than any other prominent Democrat. During the forty- eigth and forty ninth congress, however, Lc has rendered the count ry greater service in preventing harm from his party in the ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 5 March 1887

UPPB S& fT3fi5"-"1.is9:? 5J-; ,4v rFi-:? Stic mtcftila lailsafltc: Jattiraag gauming, fptarcti 5, 1887. i y r jjidlpElrlpXe R. B. TJME TABLES. St. ., Ft. S. iW. 11. Ii. EAST ROUSD TRAINS. Train leaves Wichita 9.35 a. m. nnd 720 p.m. Train arrives from the east.. ..8:20 a. m. and 7:20 p.m. WEST BOOT). Train leaves 0;V) a. m. and 7.W p. m Train arrives ,.5aa. m. id 9-3yp. m. "Wichita Colorado. Train leaves fer Hutchtwon....S M a.m. and 7.50 p m. Iraln arrives from Hutchinson. .353 a.m.at . p.m A., T. A. S. F. It Arrive ,. 7.WD m. ,11:15 a. m .. -.'5 a.m. ..7-Wp.m. 2 W p. m. leaves . 7 tup. m. .12.15 p. m. 8:25 a. m. . 23U p. m. . 8:25 a. m. . 7:i'J p. rn. 3oln gXorth, Isender Going North. Accommodation Joint; South. Pmwenger Going Soath. Passenger Going South, Accommodation Going North, Passenger. 6oln? North. Accommodation Going South, Passenger. Going South, Accommodation Oolr.g North. PasHiier Going South. PivAenger Wichita A Western. Arrives. . S)m. . 7:15 p. m. .12-05 p. m. L...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
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