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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 September 1886

fglxz mtcMta gailij gagle: WlzavLtsamy. gfcXoniiutj, cpiemfcjer 22, 1886. M gfr. v..4 fcMyg xj -c i gagXc M. 51. Mukdock, Editor. K. P. ..ukdock, Uaslnc Jlanagcr. M. M. MURDOCK & BRO., Publishers and Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT 28. 18SG. All letters pertaining to the business of the printing house or binder', or for Information of advertising, should be addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only Dally Paper In Southwest Kansas or the Arkansas Valley recclvins both the day and night Associated Press reports in full. TEKMS OF SUUSCKIPTIONS. DAILY BY MAIL. One copy, one year. $ 8 00 One copy, Mx months ! U) One copy, three months 2 W One copjonc month 75 By carrier, per year. 10 00 By carrier, three months 2J) By carrier, one month SO Twenty cents per week deliered by carriers in the city. Postase prepaid. WEEKLY. One copy, one year 51 00 One copy, six months 5J TO ADVERTISERS. Our rates for advertising shall be as low as those of a...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 September 1886

She Siclxtta pailia.gle: aietlnesas pfofcttittg. jpcptcmbcv 22, vbSB. ; L- s. K r R at SSIfcfc fgngle Advertisement.-. In this column will be charged for at the rate of Fi- Cent- per line per week. So ad vert somen ts taken for Ics tlian 2.1) cents, and will not le Inserlc-d until paid for. WANTED. '117 AXTKD 5 jjoo.1 carpetters Immediately. S-.SO ? Ic-r aay; ail w inter jou. .). J Kemvorthy, 50$ Douglas ae. 10S lT XITANTED-Man and wife, n ithout children; good W wases. J. K. Kenworthy. luS-U XU"ANTEI-Ore hotel clerk. 10) railroad men, free Y t tMiiLruiHfiitmi' i liwu-fi. wntito! for every cln of work: .Seamstress Insurance men, anil fe male heln of nil kinds. Address win iiamp.. Kcnwortlfy, COS Douglas avc. 1(H-Ct XTANTED A good girl to do housework. , No W washing nor mm!n. Hrw H. Imboden, XiX Emporia nve. -Y7"AXTED-Tailore-s. a young girl "hocati make pant and vc-M: work all j .ear round, answer soon. Afldrcbs 1' O box .7. Eureka. Ka J. M w TT-ANTED-Two good coat V?ue?SiS X Stead...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 September 1886

6 S&e WLitW, gailg vlqz : Ig&e&ms&m Wovning, jepiemfrjer 22, X886 LIVELY BAILR0ADIK6. EXCITING WORK FOR THE ENGINEERS OF THE CALUMET BRANCH. A ltoail that Winds Around a Mountain and Kiscs -100 I'cet in a Mile Tlio Way the. Train Comes Down A Leap Into a Canyon 2,000 Feet Deep. "It's a short seven miles from Heela station ill Brown's canyon, on the Denver and Rio Grando railway, to Calumet in the moun tains," said a former employe of that road, "but when you get to Calumet you aro just half a mile higher up in the world than you were at Heela. That little branch has the heaviest curves and the steepest grades of any railroad that uses the ordinary' drive wheel locomotive to run its cars in tho known world. A grade-of 200 foot to tho mile and a fifteen degree curve and that's almost like taking the same track back when tho cars round it aro common oirm hat is known as the Moun tain division of the Rio Grande road; but tho Calumet branch hasn't a grade on it less than ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 September 1886

xz ticfcifct gai ntfiz : WZttlmsdnz iPortxiitg, jeplcrofcer 22, 1886. it gailgcflXe THE SOUL'S LANGUAGE. Scad in my eyes, dear love ! for speech is cold Sly hopes and fears ia fullness to convey; These blissful moments arc too bright to stay. And irords of passion must remain untold. O mom! whose glory changeth into gloom! O feet ! too fleet to fly the Acinn shore ! O beaming glory! set to screen some secret doom! Beyond this life there lieth something more. Say, doth serencr, sweeter bliss await Earth's mated souls, who may not love declare? In newer Life, will they bo mated there? Death nor the grave can bring me dread nor HI; More kind than life; Oh, come and quick distill Kcpenthe's draught, down by the golden gate. Luther G. Itiggs, in Arkansaw Traveler. HOSPITALITY IN THE HIGHLANDS. Deaa Stanley's Cordiality An Old Manor House .Delightful Drives. I tvos once traveling in a Highland train "when atsomo obscure little station among the hills I heard my name, and looking out at th...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 22 September 1886

t jA&idktib gaiitj gagfe : Wti&msHm Sarttitrg, eptemtf 22, X8$ 8 gaiiHXe M. M. JIUKDOCK&BKO., Proprietors. IlEAL KSTATE TRANSFERS. The following are the real estate transfers recorded in the o53.ee of register of deeds yes terday: "W B Barley to Joel S XcGill, lot 12, Stauberry's add -S 1000 Robt fcj Cook to Henry V.r Ide, s 1-1, of e 1-4, s e 1-4. sec 14, tn 27, range 1 e, 10 acres 3000 Robt S Cook to Henry "W Ide, s c 1-4 of s w 1-4 of s e 1-4 of see 14, in tp 27, range 1 e, lOacres 4000 C A Walker to Fredrick B Gehrnng, lots 2, 4, 0, 8, Bark Place add 400 J F and J L Nessly to Alra C Broad way, lot 0 Kessly's sub division on Oak street, in Hilton's add .. 1200 Samuel Glover to Amos Aspey, lot 57, Main st 0 W 13 McCormick to James Drew, lots 0, 11, McCormick'. add "-00 "Wni O Brewster to J E uohnson, f0 ft send lots 1,3, 5,7, 1), wl-2 lot 11, Greiireustein'i. add 1 100-3 Dean & Stewart to E Benjamin, lot 12, Meyer's original plat 2000 Nancy Vamer to M Zinunerly, lo...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

sw; asiSSr3Krt38 mm ilttJiMmUiTaOn'''! ?" tOtdjtt s--y. a -ir' VOL. Y. O. 109. WICHITA, KAKSAS, THUHSDAY MOKTSTIlSrGr, SEPTEMBEK 23, 1886. TTHOIiE XO. 735. 1 . -ii j MUNSON t McNAMARA 123 and 125 :-: AT Dry IN THIS mui Largest Bargains in Every Department for FAIR' WEEK. Special early opening ."of High Class Bx clusive Styles in Silks, Plushes, Dress Goods AND FINE WRAPS All Visitors in the City are invited to our establishment whether they intend to purchase or not. MISON ft McNAMARA, 123 and 125 Philadelphia Store Corner Douglas av. and Market St. The Fastest Electric Prices APPLIED TO Blankets, Bed Comforts and Domestic "Goods. Sheetings, Shirtings, Tiekings, Prints, Cheviots, Sateens, Blankets, Bed Comforts, Etc Ete. Par Below What They Cost the Men who Made Them A Windfall For Hotel Keepers, Boarding-House Keepers, Restaurant Keepers, Room Keepers, and others who are uow Refurnishing. Twenty Tons of Above Goods on Sale This Week. A. KATZ. S. W, Corner Douglas Ave. and Main St. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

f. 'firtmt ..Tri-wmi" 'fe'Wt -MJ-TJuiiii.; -v-r "GTWTTt1 tp$rex&m&&!pGrr&-!t!z-ti '4 6 She WRUXtOa Sattij gagfe: gtmxaOag IJXobt'ucj, Bplemfeer 23, 1886 ray, .linn ... hi.jh ( -y?sr'"y'""L.Cg-r''. ""'" - SSMfa utli ugXe IF MAIDENS BUT KNEW. A good wife rose from her bed one morn And thought with nervous dread Of the piles on piles of clothes to be washed And ths dozen of mouths to be fed. "There's the meals to get for the men in the field, And the children to fix away to tchool, And all the milk to be skimmed and churned, And nil to be dene this day." It had rained in the night, and all the wood Was wet as it could bo, There were puddings and pies to hake And a loaf of cako for tea. And the day was hot, and her aching head Throbbed wearily as she said : "If maidens but knew what good wives know They'd net be in haste to wed." "Annie, what do yo;i think I told Ned Brown" Called lh" fanner from the well And a Hush crept up to his bronzed brow And his eyes halT bashfull...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

&" ..W-iv3 i-(-3 m&. --ri x Sttje ixfcita gailgagle: gltestag ptortxiug, geptetubex 23, 1886. 3 lu't 4 lr l I ti MiM R. R. TIME TABLES. St. Ii., Ft. S. A. V. K. R. EAST EOU.ND TRAINS. Depart St. Louis Day Express ami Mail 0.10a.m, SU Louis Night Kxprro and Mall SO0 p.m. Kansas Cit) I)iy Express and Mall 910a. m, aii City NUht Express and Mall S-0U p. in. freight and Accommodation 12.-00 m. W1.ST BOUND TIIAINS. Depart St. Louis Day Express and Mall 2" p. m, St. Louis Night Express and Mall S.n.'i a. m, Kansas City Day Express and Mail 7.i p. m. Kansas City Night Express and Mall 85 a. m. Freight and Accommodation 12 43 p.m. Dally, f Dally except Sunday. Wichita A Colorado. Depart Mt. Hope Accommodation 1-00 p.m. Arrlc MUIIope Accommodation iS.l'ia. m. tDally except Sunday. A., T. A S. F. It. K. Solng North, Passenger 3oln North, Accommodation . -olug South. Passenger Going South, Pu-enger Going South. Accoinmodation . loins North, Passenger ' oing North, Accommodation.. Olng ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

'C-4" 2to WttcMte gaits S&3:, Sfcurscfcuj ptanmixj, Jettrf" 23, 1886. -j s&'te fgggXe M.M. MUBDOCIC, I K.P. JiURDOCK, Editor. I 15usln ynnager. M. M. MURDOCK & BBO., Publishers and Proprietors. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT 23. 1886. All letters pertaining to the business of the printing house or bindery, or for information of advertising, should be addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only Dally Faper In Southwest Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and night Associated Prebs reports in full. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. tiinv nv mitt. One copy, one year. t 8 00 unc copy, six mocm One copy, three months One copy, one month By carrier, per year. By carrier, throe months 4 00 . 200 . 75 . 10 00 . 250 By earner, one montn ".": . Twenty cents per week delivered by carriers in the 80 city, i'osrage prepaiu. WEEKLY. One copy, one j car Ome copy, six months. .$100 ,. 50 TO ADVERTISERS. Our rates for ad crttslng shall be as low as ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

4f '$- ':.-?. L l ---- i ? ? v I , -. jr'? nasxaKy jjjV,rtMi,Mtyin..nt )fl.-ljs r , Ixe mtjcfeifet gaiiugaste: Stmrsflaij ptatxitiij, jieptsrotat- 23, v&Stf. J" . - V. i i ?.V?-.r.ny,-ri. "Advertisements in tl's column will bo charged for t the rate of rhe Cents pcrlSie ier week. No ad-Veftl-cments taken nr1CSs- 23 cents, and will -not Vc Inserted until r-alrW. jCXted. -iATED-S5r--rraood cash boys at stclo-MMr W Supply Co. TTTANTED A pOl girl- Apply at S.L. Davidsons 10? it li loau oOlce. lWHntel. A first elnMBlpK paint ""TTr ANTED er at Db-l--0ity. Kan. J. A.Ann.iu. -. T h" ri&$ W pcrua;-vlntcr job DougU av ithoutchliafcu-.BOO'l -TTTANTED-an and wife, w V wages, -t. 1'- Kcwortli . Wi-CX T '. I TTT-.n-.d !iiiil free -rANTE One howl clerif. ' ',"",. V transp-V-Ulon; "-T8 " .,. -reul fe ci-:, of.w ""., JUS wltli swfr. A- male help'. " ; "' ltS-tt Keuwortny vn w5'" No 3 N vsr i" mjorlu"','. : nor iroiiinif- lltf CI 7 sir.-y" -,,, .1. M. .v,ve. -rri-v -fhl VWl -in..-.-.- at oiic...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

ihiU?fi4ribl-.l1iitt ai-tiLV flftlf4tftf 9jicmttTrtc Si-miirTv .""JO -Ltt 8 x --?& gfts ictalaailij gagXe: gfetirsxlay ptortting, em1ter 23, 1886 SQSwU IF MAIDENS BUT KNEW. A good vifo rose from her bed one morn And thought with nenous dread Of tho piles oa pHra of clothes to le washed And the dozen of mouths to be fed. "There's the meals to get for the men in the Celd, And the children to fix away to school, And all the milk to be skimmed and churned, And all to bo done this day." It had rained in the night, and all the wood Was wet as it could lie, There were puddings and pies to balco And a loaf of cake for tea. And the day was hot, and her aching head Throbbed wearily a3 she said: "If maidens but knew what good wives know They'd not be in haste to wed." "Annie, what do you think I told Ned Brown f" Called the farmer from the well And a llush crept up to his bronzed brow And his eye; hall bashfully fell. "It was this:" And coming near he smiled. "It was this: That j-cu arc th...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

alEJSlSSi&eflJSSl te 'BSttcfctta gattij mle : gftnrstTitij Wyoming, Meptnribix 23, 1886. J sbSMM iftjr est?.. . . SERGT. LONG'S SHOT. A BEAR KILLED WHICH SAVED THE GREELY PARTY FROM STARVING. "Weakened Men Excited by the Ncw That Bruin Was in Their Neighbor hoodA Long Chase Over the Ice Kill ing the Brute. Sevgt Francis Long, of Brooklyn, a survi vor of the Grcely Arctic expedition, tells the following bear story, which has hitherto been scarcely more than mentioned in the accounts of Starvation camp. Ho says: "The day before we came to our last round of rations I had discovered the tracks of a bear. I had followed them about until I was exhausted trying to meet tho beast, but had utterly failed. This day a light snow fell i tho morning, just enough to obscure the trail, but still I hunted. I gave it tip late in tho afternoon and returned to tho camp. Brain crd had gone to tho shrimping ground and was still absent when I laid by my gun. Suddenly ho appeared, running down Ceme te...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 23 September 1886

tSS' y xz WLxtMte Saitoj.iasle : j mvsfo doming, gptraseg 23, 1886. 8 HftiXig 31. M. 3ILIM)OCK&IlKO.. Proprietor".. HEAIi ESTATE TRANSFERS. - The following are ths real estate transfers recorded in the office of register of deeds yes terday: && , ' W D McUonnfcfc to John F Stites, lots 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 'SI McCor mick add..: 5 1400 "W D McCormick to H J Krans, lots 10 12 McCormick's add 200 TV D McConnk-k tq.FE Cornwall, lots 2 4 G 8 McCormick's add .100 Robt Vamiesterdstand to Geo "W Cle ments Jr, lota 38 40 Xiucolu Street add..... S30 Ilobt.Tinkinsto JJelloF Newconil), lot C McKune & Newcombs sub uiv or lot 35 .Mathews add 1800 1000 Joseph Miller to D M Duncan, lots 51 5G Bailey's 2ml sub div J E Howard to Lloyd Kalau e 1-2 nw 1-4 w 1-2 no 1-4 sec Zi-Zo-zvr o p m containing 159 acres 1C00 Edward Smith to J Hagerman lots 41 42 blk 15 Junction Town Co add 450 Rodolph Hatiield to O E Cramer lot Xi blk 12 Allen & Smith's add 200 W D McCormick to W J Bed: ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 September 1886

iDkl (utditb Ill m VOL. Y. 3TC. 110. mm k McNAMARA 123 and 125 wm -AT THE- Largest Ihy IN THIS Bargains in Every Department for . FAIR WEEK. Special 'early opening of j;High Class fcEx clusive Styles in Silks, Plushes, Dress Goods AND FINE WRAPS All Visitors in the City are invited to our establishment whether they intend to purchase or not. MIS! I WML 123 and 125 Philadelphia Corner Douglas av. and Market St. The Fastest Electric Prices APPLIED TO Blankets, Bed Comforts and Domestic Goods. Sheetings, Shirtings, Tiekings, Prints, Cheviots, Sateens, Blankets, Bed Comforts, Etc Ete. Far Below What They Cost the Men who Made Them A Windfall For Hotel Keepers, Boarding-House Keepers, Restaurant Keepers, Room Keepers, and others who are Twenty Tons of Above A. KATZ. S. W. Corner Douglas Ave. and Main St. Main Street. EXP T Goods House CITY. Main Street. On Reeord. now Refurnishing. on Store WICHITA, KANSAS, IN A The Knight Templars Conclave at St. Louis Conclude the Session "With a Parad...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 September 1886

'---- ..-- 2 gfee WUcMtn gaily gagle: Ifri&U truing, eptcwdbcr 24, 1886 .nr, - nilif&r' IptJgXe H. M. MUKDOCK, Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 24, 188G. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE TICKET. For Associate Justice D.JLVALEMTNK, Franklin county. Ftor Governor JOHN A. MARTIN, Atchison county. For Lieutenant Governor A. 1. KIDDLE. Ottawa county. For Secretary of State E. B. ALLEN. Sedgwick county For State Treaaurtr- - J AMIS W. HAMILTON. Sumner county. For Auditor of State timothy McCarthy. Pawnee county. For Attorney General S. B. BRADFORD. Osage county. For Superintendent of Public Instruction J. H. LAWHEAD, j Bourbon county. FOIt COXGUESS3IEX. First Diotrlctr- HON. E. N. MOUIULI., Brown county. Second District HON. E. II. FUNSTON. Allen county. Third District HON. B. W. PERKINS, Neosha county. Fourth District HON. TII03IAS RYAN, Shawnee county, lfth District HON. A. S. WILSON, Washington county. 81xth District IION.E. J. TURNER. Sheridan county. Seventh District HON. S. R. PETERS, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 September 1886

Sftc WHOM fails gasle: IWaaij fJSforaiug, &eptera1ta; 24, 1886. ""ir ' $8i?&?Hclttgle i R. R. TIME TABLES. St. I,., rt. S. A.. TX. K. R. JUST LOUND TRAINS. Depart St. Louis Day Express nnd Stall 9.10 a. m. St. Louis Night Express and Mall 8O0p.m. Kansas City Day Express and JIail 9.io a. m. vansas City NiKht Express and Mall S-OO p. m. jfrelghtand Accommodation 12-00 m WEST BOUND TItms. Depart St. Ixuls Day Express and JIall TSp m St. Louis Night Express and Mall 8,.Ca.ni' Kansas City Day Express and Mall 7ii; p m' Kansas City Nisht Express and Mall 85 a. m" Freight and Accommodation 12 p m Dally. Dally except Sunday. Wichita & Colorado. Depart Mt.Hopo Accommodation 1.00 p.m. Arrh Mt. Hope Accommodation S.13a. m. Dally except Sunday. PHYSICIANS. E. HAMILTON. M. D. Specialties: Diseases of-the Eje, Ear, Nose and Tlirpat. Catarrh and fitting glasses. Office southwest corner Douglas and JIarket. up stairs, Wichita, Kans. J. H. TILDEN, M. D. . Special attention Rh en to Surg...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 September 1886

V . "" ---.' asr" frl- ffrictaS Stoww& eplentficK 23, 1886. Txe Wmthitii gaily tats : ii i r lv v li. VI lY 1 S - T'Tl 'y' J M. M. Mcpoock, Editor. K.P. UCBDOCK, liuslnovs Manager. M. M. MURDOCK & ERO., Publishers and Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, SEFT 24. 1886. AH letters pertaining to the business of hc printing house or binder', or for Information of jyrvertlslne. Should be addniscd to the business -manager; all other communications to the editor. Thi onlv DailyPaper in Southwest Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and night Associated Press report In full. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTIONS, DAILY BY KAIL. One copy, one year.. One copy, bix months One codv. three ir Ls .$8 rt) . 4 0U . 2 00 One copy, one nio.i.h By carrier, per year '! )f By carrier, three months - By carrier, one month . o Twenty cents per week delivered by carriers in the city. Postage prepaid. WES"' ft, no One copy, one year i JJ One copy, six montlts TO ADVERTISERS. Our rates for advert Miir shal...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 September 1886

mxc W&xthiX gailijgitgXe: Ifcidaa gXotming, .icpicmfor 24, vS8G. l!l W. ""'-rar-" lailpgT; p.e Advcrll'semftits In tills column will be charged for at the rate of Five Cents per line per week. Xo ad vertisements taken for less than 25 cents, and will not be Inserted until paid for. WANTED. with S3.O0O to C3.0X)casli, to take Interest .in a new twncom pany or in bank on Kaiitas frontier. Call at rooms FnnTl 8, Farley's block, Wichita, or address V,. C. Oirard, Newton. Kau. TTTANTF.D-A iosltlon by a younc man at outside V work, such 'as collector. m. llcltor no object for the time being; best of reference, , curlty it reiuireu o. i'b"u -r"-a VTFn-To exchange one hundred and sixty S uldntprove.rpralr.e land near cou It it. in Woodson county. tKavvrViu1ni)hrevS. Belle Hoods or groceries Address J. humph - 10Ct ram. ivau. WASTED-jV Plrl ton'I '"" V family. Apply at Tlcj 1 airjj JiJen V supply Co. - V loan office. - . T7Ti,- Hist class hijpi palnt- WANr-D-InViV.'v-'V j'. Arnient. lW-i...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 September 1886

j?g ,p&ft?$--.1$'c- jSsasvsSsaM3wwcJrwrha . MUtf- P&X$ffiT; $fce mtcfctta Sails Ustflte : fftifias Ijitijrahyj, geplewter 24, 1886 g&gife BAY RUM ON ICE. Talk With a Karber Styles in Combine 7Icn's Hair Women Customers. 'Give mo some iced bay rum," said a cus tomer in a Brooklyn barber shop recently to the tonsorial artist ivbo was putting the finish ins touches to a "hair cut." A reporter, who heard the remark, was curious, and when it came to his turn to be shaved asked an expla nation. The barber said: "During the summer it is actually necessary to have bay rum cold. New York customers complained so often that my bay rum did not give satisfaction that I determined to put a bottle on ice. I procured the little ice box you see yonder, filled it full of ice and placed in it three bottles of bay nun. In an hour the rum was thoroughly cold and fit for use. The plan works beautifully. The effect of iced bay rum on the head during very warm weather is tho same as a shampoo. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wichita eagle. — 24 September 1886

Tfrc WlitKxte gailij kqU : gridau pCoruiitg, pteirtbei; 24, 1886. I Hi fe I' S&M4 gpfcpf&uiXe THE STAR. DcsiJe tin ftornal sea on3 night I slept; Cut soft oira fanned me. I from my dreamland broke, While nngiy btorm winds down the black west swept, And while night's clouds yet lingered I awoke. Afar, through infinite skies divinely clear, The star of morning trembled purely bright. As though thought, feeling warmed her silvery sphere, And throbbed within her living heart of light, yTith mellow radiance, pale, yet beautiful, She touched the 6ummlt of the dipping mast. The swelling sails above thohip's dark hull, The scudding mists that o'er the gray sea passed; And still the changing, yet unchanging sea Throbbed withast pulses toward the star of mom, And strove to sootho his moan to melody, I:st she, fair orb, should set in fear and scorn. Young birds began to twitter in the nest; Thin grasses whispered, dreaming of the sun; From high bca-polished cliff sea gulls, at rest, Wi...

Publication Title: Wichita Eagle
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