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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

Kans. Historical SocLetytf YOL. XH NO. 104: WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOEOTNG. MAECH 18. 1S90 WHOLE NO. 1814 IE (Mil CIRCLE. ITS C1ECUMFERENCEAXD ITSCOJI MEBCIAL CENTER. Less Than One-Twelfth of the Area of the State has Given Kansas Her Name and Fame. The Peerless Princess of the Plains, tha Pride of their Perenial Prairies, and the Hagic Magnet of the Meridan is Wichita. Some Very Important Pacts and Pgures Taken Prom Official Reports, Together With their Logical, Irresistable Conclusions Touching the Garden Spot of Kansas audits Metropolis. '"In Itls hand He took cartlen composes to circumscribe Tbe holQcn spot of tho planet." Kansas is not only the "Central State" o,f the Union in name and.geographically, Ikit as a. comnionweath, Kansas is be coming to bo recognized as the center of Agricultural products, as also a center of -wealth and enterprise, of prosperity and of a high standard of general in telligence. While these facts are now so universally acknowledged and accepted, a ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

'giic mhUiii gaily gaule: JBicsfcru. foruiufl, HXavxTt 18, 1 890. TROOPS EN IM GENERAL 3IER1UTT OBDEBS THE OUTLET CLEARED. Calvary Moving SIowIa; So That the Boomers 3Iav Have Time To Vacate. Prompt Compliance With the Order Will be Demanded with as Little Hard ship as Possible- The Probable Disposition of the Troope- Ifost of the Invaders Eetnrning-A Spirit of Eeaiatance Appears South of Oaldwoll-The Situation Along the Border. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, "Wichita. Kan., March 37. The highest temperature was Tit"-, the lowest H82, and the mean 5S,witli much warmer, partly cloudy weather; light variable winds, shifting from southwest in The morning to northeast at night; lower but nearly stationary pressure. Last year, on March 17, the highest tem perature was ti2 , the lowest 45 c , and the raean.r40. "WASHINGTON, March 17. Forecast till 8 p. m. "Wednesday: For Kansas, light rain, northerly winds, lower temper ature. CALVAEY MOVING SLOWLY. The Invaders Given Gpportunity to Eet...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

" "?&?-; V , -p-,iJw1?'BCi"' gfte Midxita gaxltj fgagle: litscTaaj prtmig, JPimft IS, 1890. - r-rSBT,?'Hv Ar? - M b? WICHITA MARKETS. Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-60 cattle, 660 hogs. There -was a short supply of cattle to day. The market opened steady to strong on good beef and feeding cattle. iNew buyers on the market today. Pat cows and heifers wanted. Also a good demand for stockers and feeders. The receipts of hogs were fair for opening day. The market opened 2 1-2 to 5c higher than Saturday's close. Advices from eastern markets reported a weak er feeling with a decline of a nickle and-this market broke to $3.90 which was Saturday's top price. Bulk of the business was done on this basis. The close was called a little weak. WIOHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan., 3Iarch 17. CATTLE. Receipts fit), shipments 50. The receipts of cattle to day were light and not sufficient of any class to sup ply the general demand. Choice fat cows and heff wre ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

jjgjjls i)W:!) 'J"JMftftKNg. - -3 give TOeuito Jpailij gargle: twsJfaff ifcomrag, ptaft 181890. 4 HWyv'-ai J ' . II. 31. 3rCRD0CK, Kditor. The Southern Kansas annual confer ence meets at Ilutcliinson tomorrow. Tippecanoe, the oldest elephant in Fore naugh's show, dropped dead in Philadel phia from heart disease yesterday morn ins. Tippecanoe was 114. years old, but Dan Eice outlived him. Texas has a woman 145 years of age and she admits that she never saw "Wash- fnrtnn. Now what, by all that is reason able, is the sense in living to be that old and not "be able to tell that you knew the Lrst president of the United btates. A man has turned up who for several rears has drunk nothing but cold tea. the New York Star, at the risk of pro voking an inquiry into the manner in which it got the information, declares that the man is not a United States sena tor. Ex-Queen Isabella of Spain has the reputation of being the lest poker player in Europe, but the people of Missouri will le sorry to ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

' u. , "-, y j'-u " " '; tj.1, " ; i . s-v-it'f s?' v&J&iZr'"-jK$fT' 8$iP"rif v1tja''.y t fe Wctoia rilij gagtc: ttcsdaij gfemtimn giarefe 18, 1890. , jt ., yjtt, tgyQ.lf-i. lyg- M. 31. MCKDorir. I It. P. MrnnocK, Editor. I Business Manager. M. M. HUEDOOE. & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. AHlettors pertalninc to the business of the jrinU iS5-?Jrt"SSLSL1l1Pd.t?vr. ror advertising T m . .. " l" ,ne oiwiness manager: all other communications to the editor The oniy daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both tho day and iiljrht Associate Press Reports In full. Tt'lUIS OF SUnSCBIPTIOX DAILV EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy one year . . g rr Dally, ono copy, six months .".".".".'."..""."."'. t K IJaiiy. one copy, three months 2 tt Daily, one copy, one month 7;. Three times a week, any days desired, per v'r... 4 OC Jt.'S.? we?k' "" davs desired, felx mo... 2 x SS .y 5 ,i.tloa' , Paees. one copy, one year.... 2 a isnnday Edition, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

jf t ISicMte paili$ gagle: Sitsxlag fiararat& gj&mfc 18, 1890. 6 " ilB,i2ate8JIIB tl ALL AROUND THE HOUSE. WMpjB SMITH'S SUERESDEB. J , LAST FIGHT OF THE WAR, TWENTY FIVE YEARS AGO. ! At Palmetto Kanch, Texas Colored Troops of the Sixty-second United States Infant" ry Pirod the Last Shot Kirby Smith Tights Alone Beyond tho Mississippi. On the 13th of Slay, 1665, twenty-live years ago, the last gnn of the civil war was fired. The first gun was fired at Sumter, on tho Atlantic coast, the last one near the Boca Chico strait, in the southwest corner ot Texas. There were four Confederate armies in tho field at tho beginning of April, 1865, besides detached commands under Gens. Sam Jones and M. Jeff Thompson. The four were those of Lee, Johnston, Taylor and Kirby Smith. April 9 Lee surrendered to Grant, April 26 Johnston surrendered to Sherman, in North Carolina, all tho forces oast of the Chatta hoochee; May 4, at Citronelle, Ala., Gen. Richard Taylor surrendered to Cfccby all th...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

gftc WLxdxilx gaxltj ggle:-ttjestog fjfoovnutg, fttar.di IS, 1890. Willi MiALL WJi VVEAIit NEW YORK, LONDON AND FASHIONS IN DRESS. PARIS Seasonable aiilllnery in Bridesmaids' Hats, Kid Ifonnets and Bonnets Suited to Mid dle Aed "Women Costumes Designed Especially for Faucy Dress Halls. "The very latest idea about feathers in bon nets is that they should be worn uncurled. The innovation is a French one, which Uew York milliners are not at all certain they will adopt. Parisians say that an o-er curled ostrich feather loses its beauty. But an un curled feather certainly looks as if it had been out in the ruin. English women have always been taught that ostrich feathers curled naturally, and to wear them uncurled will seem a violation of the laws of nature. A bbidejiaid's hat. Here Is a bridemaid's hat. It is of pala French gray velvet with gray feathers. It is designed to bo worn with a puritanical dresj of gray with a white waistcoat. It is not always an easy matter to find a dressy a...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 March 1890

Arfwtsjew. .pn -.w - ; a!'JfysTytrg? s xt WLXMutx gailij xqU: Jgitestfafu; gaming, $arrii 18; 1890. Hill RAW. OR THREE DAYS MORE ALL THE LATEST STYLES Malcolm Ford Writes of the Fine Points of the Game. " $'w: UA8X RECORDS AND HOW TO 3IAKE THESI "A 14,0 y. 3IJLIXST., WICTIIXJ.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled to Demand 25 Eaeh. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. S RAWFOKD-GftAND:- -L. 31. Crawford, Manager Trlday and Saturday, JIarcli 21 and 22, also Saturday Matinee. Only appearanco lierr ol the Original Sparks Com pany in the most successful and funniest or Hojt's comedies, as performed over JTjO nldhts in New York City, A BUNCH OF KEYS, or, THE HOTEL. BV CHAS. U. HOYT. The Grand View Hotel Scene. Introducing Two L'letairs l!oom, Grand Staircase, Klevator, Electric Hells and nil the Orlcinal Mechanical Effects. Entire Change and Now Specialties. New Features. New Medleys. New Suns'.. New Dances, Ami more Fun than all Others Combined. Sale of ptmXs opens Wednesday, March 13. t A NNO UN CE...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

nm.nr ii.iiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiijtiuMyvBWluiiiii "TV "ss-- ..nai society I ans. tt"wwu YOL. xn, NO. 105. WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MOENINO. MARCH 19, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 1815. 1if,i-rmiip?T r" "i "" - i"" mi "" "" ji A VERY SEW YET A VERY OLD PLACE. The Site of Wichita Marked (in the Maps of the "Earliest Explorers. Kansas Produces One-Ninth of the Entire Cereal Product of all the States and Territories. Something of the"Magnitudo-arid'.Grandeur of Our Cammonwealth and Something of the Elements Which EaveXlon- spired to Make Wichita io. Commercial Metropolis of Xansas. "God made the country and man made the town" is a saying more ancient than true. God made the country and the country made the town -would be an expression coinciding more closely -with the experience of mankind. No town ever became a city or a center of popula tion that was not located -with reference to the country; and, it is generally, if not universally true, that the location of every such center of population -was pla...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

TtF -S"'i'"Wfiii"''1'" A ftc WkMbx gmfy gkgle: KMnesOag lPtomiit& pfeuxft X 9, 1890. r B1SMRGK- STEPS DOWN EPi03I THE CHANCELLORSHIP. Emperor William Believes Him from the Office Upon Urgent Solicitation. The Breach Between the Two Beyond Re conciliation General Yon Oaprivi May Succeed the Prince. AH the Prussian Ministry Hand in Their Eesignation The Spirit of Eeform in Various Abuses Evinced by the New Trench Cabinet The Miners' Strike Por- t eign Hews. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Omen, "Wichita, Kan., March J S. The highest temperature was 69 ,with warm, generally cloudy weather; fresh Iiortlieast winds and nearly stationary, low barometer, followed at night by "rising barometer and north winds. I.ji'.t year, on March IS, the highest tem perature was 52 , the lowest 42 , and the jneau473. "Washington-, March 18. Forecast till 8 p. in. Thursday: For Kansas fair, cooler; in southern portion; stationary tempera ture; in northern portion, easterly winds. BISMARCK EETIEES. Kaisar Wil...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

Jgfoe Wtitkiiz paxlij gaugje: UEtKesdaogf fjtari&g, iprmit 19, 1890. FINANCE1ND COMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-88 cattle, 1,162 hogs. The cattle receipts were light to day and not up to the demand. Prices on good stuff was much the same as for several days past although eastern markets quoted them dull and lower. This market was active, competition strong and prices strong-. The hog re ceipts were the largest for several months. The early market opened about steady at $3.87 1-2 but soon broke to $3.82 1-2. Bulk of the offer ings went over the scale at this price. The close was called strong. WICHITA IKE STOCK KAEKET. ViciUTA, Kan., March 13. CATTLE. Recelots S3, shipments 47. The run of cattlo ivas Bgaln light today, there not being enough to meet the actual wants of the lmyers. The competition was strong and ilie market active. Prices -were mcch the same as for several days past. Kansas . lty reported cattlo slow and lower...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

"e5t4-!siF,r-? 'eH""! "&t f t-v-? , y"BspSBTl t. gfec MtcMta gailtj itglc: tSRiefliastfeaj t&oinmtcjf, 'gfatcfe 19, 1890. 4 ltf!v.-i,,,jr, fiElLft&Sife jr. 3r. jrntDOCK, i:aitor. Telegraphing money by the postal tele graph lias beeen instituted in England, beginning with March 1, after a number of experiments. The limit is $50. The census bureau will use patent counting machines in summing up re turns, and thus do an ordinary eleven liours' work in one hour's time. These will bo machines of Republican persua sion, of course. It is rumored that Prince Bismarck will resign, but rumors about that doughty old German are below par. The character of a diplomat and politican is 80 marked in himjtliat even at his age a retirement would be a surprise. The dexterity of a thief is never laud able, but it is sometimes wonderful and amusing. At Beloit, O., a tramp jumped from a slowly moving freight train, seized a gold-headed cane that was standing at the door of a residence, got ba...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

V5B .sj,. - $fte Mtita Jpaitg gagte: jcclwestTag looming Ipatxli: 19, 1890. 5 , M. M. 3lrHDorir, I K. P. Mrnnocjr, Editor. I Business Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters portalnlntj lo tho business of the iirint inc department or bindery, or for advertlblne should be addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only daily- paper In southw estern Kan.sas or the Arkansas A alley receiving both the day and night Associate Press Keports In fulL TURM8 OV bUBSCUIPTION- DAII.T EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Delly. one copy one year IS 00 Caily, one copy, six months 4 00 Dally, one copy, three months 2 Ml Pally, one copy, one month 76 ThreetlmesaweeJr.anydaysdeHired.pery'r .. A 00 Three times a w eck, any days desired, wix mo.. . '.' .Yl Sunday hdltlon, 15 pages, one copy, one year. . . 2 (W Sunday Edition, JG pages, one copy, six months. 1 23 WEEKLY EAGLE. One copy, one year ?1 00 One copy, six months?. 50 Remittan...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

--, Ti-ijrf?r xwfl96LS"arv-t-j SgWifeyiiSngiJiWV''iyj to tUdlxita gaily fgagle: fSexTttjesflag IPtfrtraxg, Ifexfc 19, 1890. 6 'ieap'fr A MESSAGE. ghe wasn't on the playfcrouad, slio wasn't on tie 'atvn, Thft little ooo waimlssingandbedtlmacomlngon. We huntedln tho garden, trc poepod about to see It Elesplag under roso tree or Iliac sha might tii. B'-ttnothiajj cams in answer to all our cnriom cell TJBtn at length wo hastened within the darkening hall. rjl then upon tho stillness there broke a silvery ton Tho darling miteiras Etandlns before the tela. phone, ral softly, as we listened, came stealing down the stairs: "EHo, Centrall Giva ma heaven. I want to say my prayers!" Sidney Dajre in Independent THE STRA2fGE FLUTIST. Last January, on tho first evening that a light snow carpeted tho Toofs of Paris, a closed carriage rtjlIcU alqas the boulevards, spinning like a zefira. It -was So loaded with trunks that you -wciiW have thought an ac tress was setting out on u journey. Worse. "Wit...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

gfcc WitMi gaily garjfe: Hfcftuestfeg &mnx$x$, ffltocfc 19, 1890. 7 WOMAN AND HOME. BENEFITS WOMEN MAY.DERIVE FROM THE ART OF FENCING. 2Ien' Women" Defined Mrs. Kendal oa American 'Women Some Beautiful Wo men ot Young The Mission of ' Edu cated Women. Sufficient evidence that woman may be come a mistress of fenoe with the foils as the is always with the tongue is given in a spirited article by Margaret Bisland, pub lished in Outing. She tells us that it is in Paris, where the practical ugo of small swords among men has never been restricted, that the art of fencing has flourished apace since the days of "Le Grand ilonarch." Many vromen regularly attend the salles d'armes, of which there are a score, or practice in their homes, always under the eye of some Ekillf ul maitre. For this part of her educa tion tho French woman has a natural apt ness; the tradition, agility and wit of her race aid her in a rapid mastery of detail and graceful finish of execution. It was she, no doubt, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 March 1890

gfee WLkhftx hib$ mU: WLe&ncstlnij fpfomhwy, gfca-tft 19, 1800. 8 ALL THE LATEST STYLES TRADE 240 y. MAiysT.. in chit j.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Each. IT'S A COMBNATON I'M OUT. fflLUNERT! Was never shipped to this city than that which wc have just received and which is ready for your inspection. All of these eoous were carefully selected by us personally iu the foremost eastern markets, and they are worthy of "Wichita's culture and taste. It will pay you well to drop in and look around, and feast your eyes on a truly metropolitan stock of 3IILLIXERY. KAUFMAN ER. 204 NORTH MAIN. aicou rnAWroRD-GKAXD: y L. 31. CniWFORi), 3Ianager I'rJday and Saturday, .March 21 and 22, also Saturday Matinee. Only appearancn hro of the Original Sparks Cora- pany In the mmt successful nnd funniest of lloyt' comrdic;, us iierfcrmcd over JMnishts in Xow York City, A BUKCIX OF KEYS, or. THE HOTEL. 11V CHAS. II. HOYT. The Grand View Hotel Scenp. Introdncin? Two Oiistalrt Kocnis. Grand...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 March 1890

atuJLuivs&fn YOL. XTL-NO-loa" WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MOENING-. MAUCH 20, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1S16. LsTIaSV fi - HflRR7im HTINRfiR 11VXVXWUUXI JJIUIILUJIU THEEAELIER AXD LATER GLORIES OP KANSAS. 'here are "Women TYllOm tqHaYejductive as that now used. When this is once Loved Renders it Impos sible to Ever Love Again." Ho Genuine Eansan can Emmigratej Be may "Wander; Ee may Roam; He may Travel, He may Go Elsewhere, But no other State can Claim Eim as a Citizen." Before the steel arms of the railway had grasped southern Kansas, ero yet the virgin soil of this valley had been converted by the gleaming plow-share .jt into fertile farms, the versatile and brilliant Ingalls, now one of Kansas' honored senators, left the cowboy town of Wichita in an open vehicle drawn by a pair of shaggy Indian ponies, on a tour of inspection of all the country lying between this point and tho lino of the Indian territory, returning by the way of Winfield :ind the Walnut valley. 2sear tho end of the last...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 March 1890

,.,I,U H llt ; " fc gltc laic&ifa gaily gaglc: glnu-stTiuj gBrarao:, tJlartfc 20, 1890. 2 -r- BUM'S SUCCESSOR LB VOX CAPJUVI I)E CAPKAEEADE MOXTECUCULI. The 2rcw Chancellor "Will Xot Have Control of the Foreign Portfolio. Many Stories ASoat Eegarding the Causes Leading to the Eosignation of the Prince, Several Changes in the Ministry Mads by the Emperor Who the New Man Is The Russian Government Annoyed by the Eecent Denunciation Meetings-Foreign Matters. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Offick, Wichita, Kan., March UL Tho highest temperature was f9 , the lowest 32 . and the mean 40 , with fresh northeast to southeast winds, higher fol lowed by a marked fall in pressure, slight ly cooler, cloudy weather. Last year, on March 19, the highest tem perature was tfcJi the lowest 3is , aud the mean-JS. Fred L-. JOHXSOK, Observer. "WASHINGTON", March 1!). Forecast till 8 )). m. Friday: For Missouri and Kansas, warmer, fair weather, followed by light rains, southerly winds. BISMARCK'S SUCCESSOR. ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 March 1890

Ifte WXtixiiK gailxj lt: gtesclm lp0ntm& laaxft 20, IS 90, xf MM WICHITA MARKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-241 cattle, 818 hogs-The receipts of cattle were quite liberal today, and consisted of some good stockers, feeding- and butchers steers and fair to good cows and heifers. Chicago reported 1,300 cattle .on sale, dull and lower. Kansas City reported market dull. This market weakened a little on such reports and about 40 head of cattle were unsold at the close The hog market opened a nickel higher than yesterday's close and ruled strong at the advance throughout the day. Eulk of sales at $3.87 1-2. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita, Kan., March 13. CATTLE. Receipts 211, shipments 323. There were some very KOol cattle on today's market. 253 herd of tlie s-hip-ments were a bunch of stockers which have, been picked up at the yards during the past week and wereshlpped to Carthago, .Mo., this evening. Both t'hicsso and Kansas City reported cattl...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 March 1890

JUr.JgrtWMtSfl f -jjJ ,, p-j-, 4 he ftl laitij garnle: frttrsaatrf&ot'wit&atcri 20, 1890. jr. sr. srnitDociv rditor. Nohvithstanding that the cliff dwellers are a -wild and Avooly people, it seems that their exhibitor Lieutenant Sclvwat ka could get some very reliable pointers from them on sobriety and temperance. Miss 3Iinnie Wanamaker is- to many Dr. Ruth, who is the handsomest man in the navy and the teacher of the bible class in Papa Wanamakera Sunday school. This last statement is not au thentic. Of course it was a Missouri judge who decided that playing progressive euchre for prizes was a violation of the gamb oling laws. In any other state the judge wculd have been progressive enough to have made it the now all popular "High Five."' It is said that Minister Palmer of 3Iichigan, who has represented this country at Madrid since May 1, will re turn about the 1st of June, and that he will try to be governor of his state, al though on two former occasions he has failed. Bo...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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