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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 September 1890

hWiihila Historical Society mwmsat r-MHnr YOL. XIII, NO 107. WICHITA 'KANSAS, SATURDAY MOEN1XG, SEPTEMBER, 20, 1890. WHOLE NO. 19S4. 1 mk m KS )EMOCTtATS KEEP LANGSTON OUT MOTHER DAY. Unobstructed Doonvays Allow the Minority to Stop Business "Without Trouble. Quorum Secured Only Long Enough to Approve the Journal Eeed's Strange Euling, Mr. Plumh's Bankruptcy Resolution Prac tically Buried "Upon Assurance that no Bankruptcy Bill will be Passed The Senator Continues His Demands for a Better Pinancial System, "Washington, Sopt. 19. In the house fhis moraine Mr. Crisp moved thnt . esterday's journal bo corrected, but this motion was laid on the table yeas 340, na3B 21, and Mr. Crisp raised the point of no quorum. The speaker counted 1G1 members present- a quorum. Mr. Crisp challenged the correctness of the count. The speaker said he had taken great pains In the count, and had no doubt about jts correctness. He was informed by the doorkeeper that there were a dozen Dem ocrats in the lobb...

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 September 1890

xW-.i 3Sfte WkWfo ail QU:Jgtittxfa&'2Lttzvthx$f qifauftei; 20, 1 S90. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal OFricK. Wiciiita. Ivan., Sept. 19. Tho highest temperature was 06 o, the lowest up to 7 p. m. was 49, and the mean 58 , with much cooler, generally jloudless weather, brisk north to light northeast winds andmuch higher pressure. Last year on Sept. 19, the hiehest tem perature was 80, the lowest 50, and the mean Co , and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures "were 93s, 6S, and S0 . Fked L. Jonxsox. Obrver. Wae Depabtmext. "Washington, D. C, jEept. 19, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Saturday: For Kansas Fair Saturday and Sun day, warmer southeasterly winds. For Missouri Fair Saturday and Snn "wnrmor variable winds, becoming south erly. GRAIN MOVEMENT BETAEDED. of Products Need AdjuEtment, "Which Is Looked for Soon. Prices New York, Sept. 19. R. G. Dun & Co's. weeklv review of trade says: The root of 1 ho difficulty is that wheat is quoted at flSJc at Chicago, $1.02 here, and ...

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 September 1890

mmmmmmmmmimmm ?9KflOTWW gfoe tagicMta gatfg gagB? 'atifrte& Sumarftfg, epiemtar- 20, 1890. 3 FINANCEANDCOMMERCE WICHITA MABKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 24 hours 330 Cattle, 814 Hogs, Shipments, 712 Hoes. t There was not a very large supply of cattle at the yards today. The market ruled steady and quiet. The most of those that were at the yards were sold at fair prices. There is a good demand for pood beef cattle and yearling steers. Chicago market ruled steady at yesterday's quota tions. Kansas City market Liberal de mantl for good grades and a shade higher. The supply of hogs today atthebtock yards was limited. There were but few left unsold at the close of the afternoon market. The market rose o cents higher on good stock. The highest price paid for hogs today was 84.2."j for good choice packors The pig receipts were light and the price of pigs and singers remained un changed. The market closed strong and quiet. Chicago market active a...

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 September 1890

PPbB' 4 gfrc ISticIxiia hxihj aglc: jafemTa?4 S$ttitt& JicrolJrci: 20, 1890, SI M. aCKDOCK, rriltnr. KEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JUSTICE. Albert n. Ilorton Shawneo concty aovEUNOiu Lyman V. Humphrey Montgomery county LIEUTENANT OOVEKNon. A.J. FoJt Nemaha county- HDCRETAnY OF STATE. WllUam HIccms fehawnoe county STATE TllEAbUniJL S.G. Stover Kepubltc county ATTOIlNEV G ENBIt Al ii. B.Ke0Cg Lyon county STATE bUPEItlNTBNDBNT. George W. Wlnau Goary county STATE AUJUTOIC C.M.Hovey Thomas county Fon Coxcnnss. JAMES R. HALLOWELL, or Sedgwick County. For tho Stato Legislature. SM nUtrtct-Oeercc L. Douglas. Kid DlBtrlat IS. w. Phillips. Win Obtrict-J. E. Henloy. County Officers. JYobate .Tiidce W, T. ISucknor, oenty Attorney w. S. Slorrte Clerk District CoHrt Cbu. H. Lnllng. Jupecndent Public Instniotlon .1). b Pence. . rintomnilwiloner First District II, C. Smith. How perverse ib human nature. It is not so much tho thing prohibited as it is tho act of prohibition itself that brings o...

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. — 20 September 1890

$fce WlkteU Ipaxfij v$t: gtfjtijglonxhtq, gcplemhcK 20, 1890. - Itf. ST. Mrmnoric. I R- P. Mranonc. Editor. I Business Man&zer. It It MUED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irttors prrtalnlm; to the bnslnrss ofthe p 5rc A epnrtment or bindery, or for advertfs tlionld bo Hddrefsed to the business manager; other communications to the editor. The only dally paper In Sonthwetern Kansas or the Arkansas alley recelvlnjr both the day and alrht Associate Press Heports In full. iuiH8 or PtTnsrnipnoxnAiLT f.aolk. Jn Advance Postaco Prepaid. T)llv, one copy one vear , sum 5ily. one copy. lrmonth. '. .4 00 Dally, one copy, three months 2 01 njlly. one copy, one month 75 2.?ree J. M K wcek, any dnyn desired, pery'r... 4 00 T hree tlmef a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 50 hnnaay Edition, 16 paces, one copy, ono year.... 2 00 bunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, hlx months. 1 2j WEEKLT KAGLK. fine copy, one year. , jl Of) One copy. Mi months.. M Remittance may bo mndo at our ri...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 September 1890

gfee WlicMix Jpailij gagl aiuttfeij pglts? epfroto;20. 890- u THE PUIN& $he mountain peaks hfive stokers every day. This is God's hill, whereon he loves, 6ald oca, To dwell forever. But tbo plfiin hath none. Whore open country Btrctches far atvny, And tho blue hcavoa environs every vray The strange, round world, until the fading tons Of dim blue distance loses at God's throne Her misty features. Yet the rushes sway JIuslcal, soughing to the cummer wind Beside the silver stream that, moving slow. Mirrors the thirsty cattle as they go Knee deep among forget-me-nots. And kind Smiles down the full face of tbo sun, where red Ripen tho poppies in a waning bed. Christina Catherine Liddell. His "Way of Advertising. "I beg pardon for intruding upon yonr time," said the polite, smiling man with tho small valise in his hand. "A peddler is a nuisance. I know it as well as any body. But there are various kinds of ped dlers, and all of us must live. It isn't our fault that wo are here. Thoso ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 September 1890

7 1-W! rw HOW HE WAS CUEED.' WHY A VIVISECTIONIST MADE UP HIS MIND TO REFORM. llo raised a Night of Horrible Snirerlnp. Samlbagjrcra Practice on Him as He Had Kxperimentcd Many Times on Dumb Animals A Mighty Good Lie. "1 was once a vivisectionist, but I re formed, or, if you medical gentlemen who believe in it prefer the term, I gave it up several years ago and have no de Biro to resume my investigations," re marked Dr. S. K. Wilson, of Kentucky, to several fellow practitioners at the Richelieu. "While practicing I lived in a New England town. I was young and zeal ous in the cause, and it was not long be fore every one within the limits of the county knew of mo as a man who tor tured live animals to death, and what little practice 1 had I lost in consequence. But I had some means, and remained at the village until the occursvnee of the episode which 1 am about to relate. "1 had been in receipt of many threat ening letters informing me that unless I ceased my cruel pleasure 1 would b...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 20 September 1890

gfte pticTiila gpa f&gleJhlttKfeg ptomttof, Jqrfmtra- 20, 1890. a POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar li.aTrinjr powder. Highest of all in IcaTpninjr strenfftli. V. a. Government Report, Aug. 17. lo "YOIJHAK'S'' FALL DERBY HATS Just Received. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main. Wichita "E. & W." Collars 18 cts., others ask 25 cts. CHA.WTO;(D GRAND o o m. L. Cuawpobd. Manaer TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Wednesday & Thursday, Sept, 24, 25. McCABJS 0 YOUNG'S OPERATIC MINSTRELS ARTISTS New Songs! New Jokes! New Ideas! EVERY ACT A FEATURE. Don't Rill to Pec JlcCnbo & Youns's Beautiful Bower : Garden : first : Part! WATCH OUR GRAND Street Parade at Noon. Box office opens Monday. SopLjG. JtKAlj KSTATK. (TurniBhod by the Dcam Abstract Co.") The following transfers of real estate were filed for record in the office of the register of deeds. Jtufus Coue, Hlieriff, to J JI Pollock, i:ianpl5, block 11, Ornee & Phil lips add .r)0 John Fober to T J and L M Mahan, ficqr, 18-25-3;vest 2.j00 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 September 1890

aik Hagk Sans. Historical Society! TOL. XIII, tfO 108. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1890.-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 1985. fhWirhil tTHE OFFICERS AUD LEGISLATORS OF THE NEW TERRITORY. Sketches of the Men Honored as the Pirst Representatives of the Territory That Was Settled in a Day Men Who Axo to Build the Founda tion of a Splendid State, FEDERAL OFFICERS. EDWAUD B. GREEN, CHIEF JUSTICE of the supreme court of Oklnhoma, was born in Blair county, Pennsylvania, De cember 129, 1837, and is, consequently, 52 years old. His early education was in the common schools of that state, but he re ceived a thorough clas sical education and was engaged in teach ing for some time in 3S5S. Ho was called to the chair of Greek nnd Latin in "West Liberty academy, but tfy resigned at the end of v' one year to engage in the study or law. Jte Jnoved to Illinois and was admitted to the bar in the supreme, court of that state in 1SG0, and located at Mount Carmel, in southern Illinois, where ...

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. — 21 September 1890

'ght Wtiufflx gailg gagjfc: Jf mittey ptoruftxg, $ jepfcmotr 21 1890. I . NK RELIEF BILL PASSED BY THE HOUSE. The Council's Measure Appropriat ing the Funds Ready for the Governor. Concurrent Resolution Asking the Gov ernor for Census Statistics Passed Other Bills Given Attention. The Counoil Passes Bill ITo. 6-TheEush to the Iowa and Sac and Pox Lands New Appointments, Town Site Corporations Chartered Notes. Fpoclal dtapatch to the Dally Eacle. GUTiinm, Ok., Sept. 20. In the house this morning a mego was read from the council, returning house concurrent reso lution No. 2, passed as a substitute for house resolution No. 10. Amended and passed. Substitute for council bill No. 0 was pasted and a conference asked. The committee on fish and game re ported house bill "No. 14 and recommended its passage as amended. Section 4 was amended by adding a jwiragraph forbid ding the trespassing on the premises of anyone for. the purpose of fishing and hunting. Under the provisions of this bill th...

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. — 21 September 1890

S&e WBHithiiz gailg gaglje: g ttutfog Pljcrmiti jerofter 21, 1890, FINANWilMEiE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 680 Cattle, 529 Hogs, 120 Sheep For the Week 2,467 Cattle. 5.114 Hogs 120 Sheep, 78 Horses and Mules. There was a small run of hogs today and there wore few or none left unsold at the close of the market. The market re mained unchanged and ruled steady and firm throughout. Several loads of good packers sold at $4.25, the top price. There was a fair supply of pigs and lights which were readily sold at yesterday's figures. The market closed quiet and btrong. Chi cago market was dull and from 5 to 10c lower. Kansas City average selling at $4.40 to $4.00; heavies f4.00 to $4.33. There was a liberal supply of cattle at the yards, hut the majority of them were not on the market. There was a fair sup ply of natives on the market the most of which exchanged hands at yesterday's quotations. Tbe market ruled steady and un...

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. — 21 September 1890

4 Ite Wlidiiix glaily gaglc: jEanffag ptoKttitxg, j5 eqiettrtrcr. 21, 1890. 3i m. strnnocK, rmtnr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. cniEr JUSTICE. jUbert II. norton Shawnee county GOVEHKOU. Lyman V. Humphrey Montgomery county UEITTEXANT OOVEKNOK. A. J. Fdt Keaaha county hllCRETAIlV OF STATE. "William niccu" Shawnee county bTATE TUEAEDKEB. S.G.Stover Itepubllc county ATTOUNEV GENERAL. L.B.Kelloeff Lyon county STATE SUPERINTENDENT. OcorceW.'WlnaiiB Geary county HTATE AUDITOIL CM. Hover Thomas county FOIl CONORESS. JAMES K. HALLO WELL, or fcedgvrlcV County. For the State Legislature. tSA District Oeorce L. Douglas. Eld DlstrJct-K. W. Phillips. feUh Dbirlct-J. E. Henley. County Officers. rrobr.te Judce W. T. Uuckner. County Attorney W. s. Morrlf mrk District Court Chat.. II. Li Clerk Dlstr Court Chah. II. Lullnc. : Public Instruction .D. S Pence. Superintendent Public Instruction- Com-mlssloner First DIetrlct-H. C. Smith. One week from tomorrow the greatest agricultural fair over seen in Kansas...

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. — 21 September 1890

-- rffaiqrt"- 'nimwywwawwypiiu" ji "mpwjiipnyMBBfwiiim m?iM3g 3pte SJijcTxita gailij gagfe: jxwcTcitj $Lomhx$f qrfcmTra 21, 1890 a II. M. Mctuiock. I ll. P. M rnnorK. Kdltor. I Business Manaser. M. 1L luJRDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. Alt VttcrTPrtn'nlnctothobuRlnpRof the p Inp d erriment or bindery, or for adertls thonld Ixs ndilrcfsed to the business manager; other commnnicat Ions to the editor. The onlr dally rmper In Southwestern Kanyis or the Arkani alley receiving both tho iUy and tolrht Associate I'ross Reports In full. ixiiMP or srnscRtrriov aii tfaoie. In Advance Postage Prepaid, PaITv. one ropy one vear .. .. fS W Pailr, one copy, plx month?.. .. m Dallr. one copy, three month 2 00 Pally, one copy, or.e month 75 Three tlmcn a eek. nnv day delred. per y'r . 4 M Three times a week, any days desired, lx mo... 2 SO Sunday Edition, 16 pace, one copy, one vear . . 2 00 bunday Edition. 16 paces, one copy, felr months. I 25 WELKLV EAGLE. riieropv.one year . f 1 00 On...

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. — 21 September 1890

Tmqjjf . "tTWS '" J.WJJB! 3pte fflRicMta Jpaily gagle: jg xrafoqj ptaraittjgf, epfemfrjer 21, 1890 Mr. J. A. Nelson yesterday entertained nt dinner a few of his friends. Among them were: L. J Jones, S. Dunkin, Geo. W. Stecnrod. Lon Hodding, Wm. Nevil, Jno. W. Wallace, P. V. Healy. The police commissioners at their meet ing yesterday evening, decided to make it a little brisk for home plug hat toughs that have been trying to monopolize the side walks for a few days and fingering the chips. The Philadelphia & Reading railroad ac cident given in yesterday's EAGLE, was quite interesting news to many in this city from that locality. Of the twenty report ed killed, Mr. John Davis knew fourteen of them personally. Mr. H. G. Toler reached home yesterday accompanied by his campaigners. He was receiving the congratulations of friends on the fine showing made by Ashland Wilkes and Myron McHeury. His stables will next appear at the southorn Kansas dis trict fair. A hunting party leaves for ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 September 1890

V 'gkc WLklxih Jpailij gagl: j$ utttfog pming, ieiwto 21. IS 90. TOTOG FOLKS' COLUMN. DEVOTED TO THE ENTERTAINMENT OF GIRLS AND BOYS. How rcnnuta May Bo Transformed Into rnnclful Characters by Sticking? Pins and Matches Into Them and Adding Bits of Wax and Tissue Paper. There are medium sized, commonplaca peanuts, like some of the ordinary persons one sees every day, and out of which noth ing can bo made, and there are short, pudgy, self important looking peanuts, and round, fat little peanuts that look like the -wee, vreo pfg that couldn't get over the door silL Then, too, there are grace ful slender peanuts, with elegant figures, resembling genteel ladies with their skirts tightly tied back, some wearing bustles and some wearing none. If you want to turn a pile of peanuts into fanciful objects, such as hunchback men, pigs, babies in long clothes, and old women in caps, get your pen and ink, a little wax, some pins and matches, and prettily colored tissue paper. Do yon want to make...

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. — 21 September 1890

fmtTrg, THEY ARE ROLLING IN FAST SmTTTil MERGHAND Car loads of stuff bought under a depressing market for spot cash enables us to place before you the most gigantic, best assorted, best selected and lowest priced stock of goods ever brought to gether under one roof since Kansas has been a state. ISTo hard times and great cries of dull trade with us. No second hands, no middle profit. Everything purchased direct we can sell you goods at prices that competitive houses pay for them. For two weeks, day and night, our force of people have been busily engaged in marking, assorting and placing our mammoth stock in their departments. 0 OF ISE THE : FIRST : BOMB : OF : THE : SEAS Is to be Let Off This "Week. "We propose to Crowd Out Establishment with Patrons and Make every Prudent, Helpful, Saving and Economical Housekeeper Happy. ON Come to the bargain feast tliis week. Black Dress Goods "So department in our house has "been jriven any more attention than this. We are the leaders in this l...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 September 1890

PART SECOND. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOEN1NG, SEPTEMBER 21, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 12. THROUGH SANTA (MBA ' WHEAT. CHAPTER 2t was the young inventor from the wheat ranch. In her desire to be alone and to evade the now significant attentions of Emilo she took advantage of the bustle that followed the hurried transfer of furniture and articles from the house to escape through the garden to the outlying fields. Strik ing into one of tho dusty lanes that she re jnembercd, she wandered on for half an Lour until her progress and meditation were suddenly arrested. She had come upon a long chasin or crack in tho soil, fully twenty feet wide ana ay many in depth, crossing her path at right angles. Fhe did not remember having seen it be fore; tho track of wheels went up to its pre cipitous odge, she could see tho track re peated on the other bide, but the hiatus re mained, unbridged and uncovered. It was not there yesterday. She glanced right and loft: the fissure seemed to extend like a jnoat or d...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 September 1890

MHHM 10 Qhc W&xttxxih gaily gac: jitmlay lEcrrumg, irfcwx,Brei:21, 1590. STUMPS SECOKD BAD). HIS PENNSYLVANIA EXPEDITION 1862. IN Jlorr Ho Seized Chambersburg:, Captured nor(.os and Stnrtled tho TCholo Country Both North and Sooth Sharp Tactics on tho Retreat A TlirUUnr; Talc. Copyright by American rress Association.! E B STUART'S -V f "ie- ride around Mc- cieiinn b army on the Peninsula in .? ne, 1862, ac complifebed very lit tin of impor tance in a military Rnse, but it un do u b t e d 1 y sng KOhtetl to thedash iuR cavalr3'inan and to bis cbiefs that long rides could be made within the ene my's lines, result ing in the destruc tion of valuable stores, the severing of communications, and the gain of valuable information about tho opposing force. The Peninsula raid was made by two regiments of about 1,200 men, and ended in a scare for the Union camps, tho temporary olwtrnction of the railroad supplying the Union army, and the wanton wounding of some soldiers and passengers by a...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 September 1890

Jxz WLxtMiix &xity kq: Jfottulaij ll&ornrittge jqrtewTwi; 21, 1890. 11 led USES OF THE HAIRPIN. IT'S A MOST USEFUL ARTICLE, SAYS EMMA V. SHERIDAN. What ao Useful an a Glove Buttoner, to Fish Things Out of Uttlo Cracks With, to Tick a Lock With, or In Fact to Do Tp Ono'g Hair With? Copyright by American Press Association. What -would the wuntry do without oysters? Where would mankind be if deprived of cigars, and what woul I be come of the average woman without a hairpin? She buttons her glove with it that is really its great duty her hair, as it were, holds it in readiness for such service. AS A GLOVE BOTTONER. She really cannot keep a glove buttoner, so you see her pushing under her hat brim for a hairpin. She does this in the cars, on the street, at JIuyler's after her ice cream soda, in church oh, any where. A glove buttoner may disappear at any moment, but one always has a hairpin. Likewise she buttons her shoes with it buttonhooks get lost, or they are "up stairs" or do...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 September 1890

Z;-;;wwmmmsmm& " WNMSBg&jSmKi 12 "ght WticWiK gaily gagTc: JfowtTag ptommg, gttftzxabtt 21, 1890 TflE OTHER SIDE OE IT. A FARMER TELLS BILL NYE ABOUT SUMMER BOARDERS. The Sad Talo of a New Milch Cow. Some Boy and Some Other Things. Deacon Decker and His Thumb; Also Jay Gould. Copyright by Edpar W. Nye. "Wo kep' summer boarders the past season," 6aid Orlando McCnsick, of East Kortriglit, to me yesterday, as we satin the spring house and drank cold milk from a large yellow bowl with white stripes around it; "we kep' boarders from town all summer in the Catakills, and that is why I don't figger on doing of it next year. You fellers that writes the pieces and makes the pictures of us folks that keeps the boarders has got the laugh on ua as a general thing, but I would like to be interviewed a little for the press, so's that I can be set right before the American people." "Well, if you will state the case fairly and honestly 1 will try to give you a chance." "In the first place,"...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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