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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 5 April 1890

t xt WxsMbx Jpa gaolc: J5 ahittTatj pr.omht& &pr3 5, 1890. '11- p W fe (l jr. Jr. jrcRDocir. I R. p. Mcrdock; Editor. 1 J.usluess Manager. M. M. MtJEDOOK & BEO. publishers and Proprietors. All letters portalnlns to tlio business of the. print ing dejwrtment or binder', or for advertising should be addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only daily paper 5n Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas valley receiving both the day and -night Associate Press Heports in full. TEIOIS OF feUTlsCHIPXION DAILV EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy ono year J3 (X) Dally, one copy, six months- i (nj Dally, one copy, three months 2 uj Dailv. one conv. ono month rr. Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r... 4 00 Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 .V) Smday Kdition, 10 pages, ono copy, one year. ... 2 (rt tttnday Kdition, 16 patjes, one copy, fcix mouths. 1 25 WFEiar EAGLE. One copy, one year fl 00 One copy, six months...

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. — 5 April 1890

"JV 53 6 glxe ictrifa gailtj gagb: Jatatla:g ltattntrj, gqml-5, 1890. ijffi won THE LECTURE TOXIG1IT. "Law and Lahor, Property and Poverty" is the theme of the lecture tonight by the favorite lecturer of Wichita people, who is also the friend of this city, going out of his way to say a good word fortius place. Joseph Cook's fame is world wide and his subject of universal interest so that the First Presbyterian church is sure to be full tonight, indeed a large portion of the scats are already sold and those who desire good seats should repair at once to Cham pion's book store. WOKK OP GAKFIEIil) 1'OST. At the meeting of Garfield post a com mittee was appointed to secure an orator for Memorial day and the following reso lution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the thanks of Garfiled post are due and are- hereby extended to the Uniformed Rank, K. of P., Patriarchs Militant, L O. O. P.. Wichita light infan try. Battery A. Firt light artillery, Metropolitan police, McMahan's patrol...

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. — 5 April 1890

'?svrVirrv-ttxmfFt?xt' J -8SM"-'f-r' ?4SV7ir40CKSF rr L-p Ixe tgtfjcMia gaily gagle: Jmtardaij ;gl0nmtg7 gtprxl 5, 1890. - -r -4- & I?.' i'-, ; fcUl rS 5 W r t THE PHAAIDM CAVALRY. Several years ago the -writer was one of a party of seven formed for tfce purpose of exploring that portion of Northern Arizona" designated on tJio map as tho "Painted Des ert." It is a part of the tablelands constitut ing tho great Colorado plateau, which has on altitude of from 5,000 to 7,000 feet above sea level, the western edge of which is marked by the grand canyon of tho Colorado, and extends north and south from the Atlantic nnd Pacific railroad to tho Utah line. This vast section Is a wild and desolate waste, cut in all directions by great chasms hundreds, and even thousands, of feet in depth, and as tho existence of these mighty fissures is not apparent at any considerable distance, travel is rendered so tedious and uncertain that it remained till the present day comparatively unexplored. In...

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. — 5 April 1890

8 3ptc WLidiitx ixiliji fpwjle: & aitmfcnj lovrntiQ, :pil 5, 1890. & Mi Psoriasis A startling revelation of suffering1. Entire person covered -with dry scales Every morning a dustpanfal, some as large as an envelope, taken from the sheets. Tried every medicine and many doctors and hospitals. All thought lie -would die. Uody a mass of disease, hair dead and lifeless. Snfiering fear ful. Cured in six weeks hy the Cutioura Remedies. ZN". B. Tina cure -vas made in 1879, and has remained permanent to date, Jan. 27, 1890. Cured "by toave teen afflicted for twenty years -with an ob stinate skin disease, called by w)mo il. D.s Psoriasis, and otners ICprosy, conimcndm on my scalp; and In spite of all I could ilo, ivith the help of the mot ldlful doctors, It Mowlyljut surely extended, until n. year ago this w inter It covered my entire person In tho form of dry scaler. For the lass three years I have been unable to do any labor, and suffering Intensely all the time. Every morning ther...

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. — 6 April 1890

-&r Kans Historical Societyl YOL. XII, INTO. 121. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUXDAT jtfORNTSTG. APRIL 6, 1890.-TWELTE PAGES. TTHOLE XO. 1831. & h w y i it w BEST IN THE WORLD. WICHITA'S PACKING PLANTS UN SURPASSED IN COMPLETENESS, Resume of the Industry From Its Inauguration to the Present Time. The Capacity of the Dold and Whittaker Packing Houses, the Output of Prod ucts, the Modus Operandi of how the Live Animal is Trans formed Into Finished Commercial Form, During the early fall of 1SS7, the Wichita board of trade which is composed largely of our heaviest and best business men, be gan to figure on getting some one or more of the great packers of the west with es tablished reputations and undoubted capi tal to come to Wichita and erect a large packing house. The stock yards were al ready built, the railroads were here and some of these gentlemen liad the utmost faith in the future of Wichita as the great livestock market of the southwest, but without packing houses it would be next...

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. — 6 April 1890

Site WlkWtz Sirilg gaglc: Jtouflanj gtorwii gri! 6, 1S90. it K KO CONCLUSION BEACHED IN THE OKLAHOMA BILL, The Conferrces of the Two Houses " Hold a Long but Unproduct ive Session. Greer County One of the Chief Obstruc tions to an Agreement Mr. Per kins Much Encouraged. A Long List of Measures Passed by tho Senate The Bill Passed to Issue Dis charges to the Lane Prontier Vol unteers Mr. Morrill "Will Pill Out Governor Martin's Un expired Term as Na tional Home Man ager Items. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Oefick, Wichita, Kan., April T. The highest temperature was 75 c the lowest 48, and the mean 02s, witJi gentle southeast to brisk and high south winds, decreasing to fresh at night; warm er, partly cloud y weather; lower barom eter. Last year, on April 5, the highest tem perature was 73 , the lowest 42, and the Uican5Sc. Fred L. Jonxsox. Observer. AVAr. Department, Washington, D. C, April 5, 8 p. in. Forecast until S. p. m. Sunday: For Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri Fair, followed by thr...

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. — 6 April 1890

3pre WLitWn. Jpailij gagle: jgmt&nj ffontitttL &pvxl 6, 1890. 3 r W' -U r FINANCEANDC0MME1 WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-85 cattle, 728 hogs, and for the week 666 cattle and 6,194 hogs, a slight increase in cattle receipts and a gain of 551 hogs over previous week. The ca ttle market was again strong on good ripe grades. Poor and medium grades dull and weak. More fat butcher grades wanted. Stockers and feeders still in demand and selling at strong prices compared to other markets. Hog receipts fair for Saturday. Prices average strong with yesterday although eastern markets note a decline of 2 1-2 to 5 cents. The market closed a little weak. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita. Kan., April 5. CATTLE. Receipts S5. shipments none. The market was Ggaln active throuchout and owlnn tc light re felpts buyers did not Ret their full Quota. Prices ere fully as strong as yesterday. There were tn o lots of good beeves which sold to shippers...

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. — 6 April 1890

i tf 4 xt W&Mbx fails f&oje: Jfottcfeaj IJtomwcr, gwrfl 6, 1890. Ipl? jr. m. MrnnocK, rditor. Thelivest town in the west today is Wichita and the state of Kansas may now confidently expect to catch a pros perous breeze. The Kansas City. Missouri, editors worry so much over Kansas political matters that they do not get one good nic;ht "s rest a week. If Prof. Snow -should succeed to the chancellorship of the state university, ivhat would become of the states weather posthumes and the bugs? The Alliance at Westmoreland, Potta watomie county, agreed to disagree over the Topeka resolution on Ingalls and the political atmosphere of the Kaw valley has been rendered sulphurous and blue by the contention. It would seem that Major Davenport's campaign for re-election to the mayor id ity of Kansas City, Mo., is going to be a swinging walk-away, if we may judge irom the scurrility of the Times' cam paign against him. As between the ceaseless activity of the nihilistic Russian bomb thro...

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. — 6 April 1890

""""V glxt WLitMU pai gaglc: j&mdag Xormug, pril 8, 1890. hfr c i IT 21. 31. McnnocK, Editor. K. P. Jlmnocir. Business Manager. M. It MUED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertnlnlnc to the business of the print ing ilepartmenc or bindery, or for advertlbinc should be Addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas "V alley receiving both tUo day and night Associate Prets Reports in full. TERMS OF SUBSCKIPTION' DAILT EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy ono year f8 03 Daily, ono copy, six month-, 4 00 DRlly, one copy, three months 2 (K) Daily, one copy, one month 75 Three times a i eek, any days desired, per y'r... 4 00 Three times a week, any daj s desired, six mo.. . 2 50 Sunday 1'dition. 1C nacres, ono cony, one vear 2 00 Sunday Edition, 10 pages, one copy, six months. 1 25 WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopy.one year $101 One copy, frlx months 00 Ttemittanco may lie ma...

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. — 6 April 1890

" "??p'S!,'p' . tifffjiyrewfstfiffti 6 fec Mxiia gaily gagle: jgimttat); fcrrmMgf, Qpxxt 6, 1890. , -imtnf jf;iri.. r .' 1.1 SOCIAL SWIM. i A RESUME OF THE SOCIAL EVENTS TOR THE "WEEK The Friendly Gatherings of the Closing: Week of the Lenten Season. Depart ures and arrivals of Interest in social circles. General resume of the happen ings in social life. High five still reigns. Social forecast. Brevities and Per sonals. The close of the lenten season has naturally had a tendency to keep matters tuiet in society, although the week has been replete with little social gatherings. The young folks have found as much en joyinent in these quiet parties as they can hope to realise from the swell affairs promised in the fuiure. Society is suffer ing for -omething new and some of the young folk want to introduce a new fashion in the dances. The idea does not meet with general favor, however. It has occurred to some of the chaperons that a slight remodelling of the modern dances w ould he a, g...

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. — 6 April 1890

,3 w u WExclxxici gaxlij gagle: j? mxtlaa IBtf.nnwj, gqml 6, 1890. r; JBfjJBBIite PRINCE BISMARCK'S RESIGNATION. London, April 5. Of course Prince Bis marck's resignation has been the absorb ing topic of the week. The great man. like Cardinal Wolsey, has fallen, and all Europe resounds with his fall. A woman is at the bottom of it all. In fact the trouble has been the work of several women, and the chief of thorn is an Amer ican, the wife of Count Walderse, a smart, "clever lady of about 4o, who is credited with great influence over the empercr. It is said, and has been said for a long time, that her influence has tended to make his majesty much more anxious to rule "by the people, fir the people," and that as a result Kaiser Wil helm has determined to meet the rise of the Socialistic opinion in Germany by peer and men pop- alar government. Uf cours-e she has had to contest with Bismarck's hatred of all things approaching democracy, and it is that he made her, like an energetic woma...

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. — 6 April 1890

J glrc midlife iSiutit gagte: mttlavj; IJtca-tmKf, gqiril 6, 1890. DO YOU WANT TO as ar as $10. Then don't miss the Special Sale of House Furnishings at the ENTERPRISE. OF PEOPLE i 9 O'CLOCK A. M. IS THE HOUR That the Popular Enterprise Store will open their new - department of House Furnishing Goods. Grlassware. VISITED TuTware. , Crockery, &do, Every Housekeeper should take advantage of this Opportunity to buy house furnishing goods at just half the price you pay to the regular dealers. Come to-morrow and see the astonishing bargains. These arc Goods that Every Lady is Posted On! And every lady will admit after'looking through this new department that for house furnishing goods, and all other fancy goods and notions the only place to save money is at A.T THE BOSTON STORE imiDAJY EYE, To say it was a success is but a faint attempt at the remark, be "proven bv those who attended. Many people, - wondering at Such surprises, such exclamations of joy, such crowds can only the varie...

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. — 6 April 1890

L'W-T C" gfcc WLxchxtx ga gaglc: j&mtfat) gttffruirtg, gqml 6, 1890. 9 ' K4 fe feSp1 sff-orTHg .Adventure' qfsJS HK AASrr Kb-? Charles. 1, inthe xlil Wjfe Kim ItinQBQm mciU5ii frfHSVW33fts CHAPTER X CAPT. POTTERY AM) CAPT. SETTLE. "Now either I am mad or dreaming,"' thought I; for that the fellow had not heard ournoisowos starkly incredible. I stepped along the deck towards him; not an inch did ho budge. I touched him on the shoulder. ,He faced round -with a quick start. "Sir," siid I, quick and low, before ho could get a word out "Sir, wo are in your hands. I will bo plain. To-night I hare broke out of Bristol Keep, and the colonel's men are after me. Give me up to them, and they hang me to-morrow; giro my comrade up, and they persecute her vilely. 2ow, sir, I know not which side you be, but there's our case in a nntsholl." The man bent forward, displaying a hugo rounded face, very kindly about the eyes, and set a-top of the oddest body in the world; for, under a trunk extraord...

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. — 6 April 1890

wti&ifVz 10 3Ixc WLithibx gaily gaglc: jgxiuclatj gXormttg gtpril 8, 139CL J Very early next morning I awoke, ana, hearing no sound in the loft above (whither, fince my coming, Joan had carried her bed), concluded her to be still asleep. But in this I was mistaken, for, going to the well at the back to wash, I found her there, studying her face in the mirror. "Luckily met, Jack," she said, when I was cleansed and freshly glowing. "Xow fill another bucket and sarve me the same." 'Cannot you wash yourself?"' I asked, as I did so. 'Lost the knack, I reckon. Stand thee so, an' slush the water over me. "But your clothes!"' I cried out; "they'll be soaking wet!"' ""Clothes won't bo worse for a wash, neither. So slush away." Therefore, standing at three paces' "tlis tance, I sent a bucketful over her, and then another and another. Six times I filled and emptied the bucket in all; and at the end she was satisfied, and went, dripping, back to tho kitchen to get me my breakfast. "Art earl...

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. — 6 April 1890

"?S"'- SHWs' i gfrc MitMta gaily Is&sto Mudaij gluing piil 6, 1890. "" -"tfffiljgrfi)efS&(t "Vl-TPWf-ijsy-- rT-TJSJ"". fla Jt IVisvSw-jsfaJSJj.'-"; -?w-?- :r to ftx I Bise, heart! thy Lord is risen- Sing his praise Without delays IFho takes theo by the hand, that thou likewise "With Him rnay'st rise 'lhat, as His death calcined thee to dust, Eis We may make thee jfold, and much more just. Awake, my lute, and struggle for thy part With all thy art! The cross taught all wood to resound His namo Who bore the same; His stretched sine s taught all strings what key Is best to celebrate this most high day. Consort both harp and lute, and twist a song Pleasant and long! Or since all music 5s but three parts vied And multiplied, Oh, let thy blessed spirit bear a part. And make up our def cetSTt ith his su eet art. I got me flowers to strew thy way, I got me boughs off many a tree; -But thou wast up by break of day. And broufcbt'st thy si eett, along with thee. The sun arising in the ...

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. — 6 April 1890

u- -- -3SKnpisqps5?''ssy-- '-v3K-ev7wrir5'Tr sfcFT!s!WWg,5Wr3ftWae'"-9W 12 p tMxiia Sailtj gaglc: JKuuflaij S&xanmtg, tiI-6? 1890. $-I ( 'THE PHOPHET'MSINESS. B?vL NYE ADOPTS IT IN OPPOSI TION TO WIGGINS AND ANOTHER. Consequent Pnrcliaseof Oakland Seal Es tate Tho VicIfisitntlesMjf UioTViirter TrT der Across thevCont2aent Tho "Ways of tJjo Hailroad. Copyrislit, 3330by.E. W. KyeJJ Have just-boughJAsamotmorotreal es tate. It occurred in Oakland, Cal. I hadtbeSoistaiicoof a prophet. I hope the loss5riIlrHOfcoverbahiBce4;he3rophct. It occurred, in this -way: A,prophet on a bioycle,.wio -was hard p, camo to Oak land suddenly a fcKsveeks j?zo and be gan to ridG up and down -on a two vrheelerand tor to warn tho jeople to TT? IEEIE.'G 2IE. J- SIDES, flee 1o the -high grounds and also the wrath to come, lor, Jie ssaid, tho waters of the great deepAvoald arise at about the middle of the month and smite tho people of Oakland and slay them, and float tho pork barrels out of their cellars, a...

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. — 8 April 1890

R - J ? Kans. Historical Socletyl YOL. XII, jStO. 121. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY 3I0ENING. APRIL 8, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1831. y ; THE NILE OP AMERICA. Kobie Prcntis In Kansas City Star. E HEAR a great deal about the "Ar leans. is valley." Tlie history of val leys Ls the history of Kansas. Once it was the "Kaw Valley Town com pany," and later it was the "Arkansas Valley Investment f company," and so on, but Kansas riv- ' ers, separate nnu apart from their vallevs, arc not i' , commonly talked Civs? X) aoout: tlie stream '"" - Jl plays second violin Av fo its banks. Kansas humps itself up to an altitude of 4.000 feet in its northwest corner, but nobody talks of a Kansas mountain, and Kansas shares in one of the largest rivers of this continent, but the r;ver is not counted one of tho "bigthings" of the state. X am speaking of the Arkansas, and, at the first mention of it, come upon -a differ ence of opinion as to the pronunciation of the name. The only legislative opinion ever given on the...

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. — 8 April 1890

3foc Wiiclxikx aitg gagtc: gatcsclaxj gttxrruxwcfc prxl 8, 1860. AMR FIFE IMS. THE MURDERER OF MARY BALD TYI2J MADE OOWN, A Statement "Which Clears Her Brother "ft illiam, Xow Serv ing Lite Sentence. The Pal of a Dead Burglar Declares that the Deceased was the Heal Criminal. "Morgan Arter'lTow at Ouincy, TJL, Be sponsible for the Pacts The Story Corroborated by Investigation Mrs, Eoutzahn Acquitted of Eer Mother's Murder Criminal Eecord. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigxal Office, "SViciinA, Kan , April The highest temperature -was 91 the lowest 08, awl (hu mean 76s, with v armor, partly cloudy -weather. bn&k fcoutherly uinds, occasion illy high, falling barometer. UG f at 7pm Last j ear, on April 7, the highest tem pt ratiire iU! 72 , the lowest Jo3 , and the mean 59. rnEnL Joittsox Ob-en er. "War Bfv uu w nt, W vsnivc.ioN, D C , April 7, S p m Forecast until S p m 'J uefedaj : For Misfeoun and Kansas Fair, except light showtrb in noithern Missouri, cooler ywnds, becoming northwesterly. I...

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. — 8 April 1890

'gkz WlitW, gailg zgh: gitjesctatj Wyoming, k$xil Bt 1S90. 3 h FINANCEANDCOMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stockut the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-175 cattle, 907 hogs. Shipments, 249 cattle. The cat tle market opened active, with prices much the same as Saturday. There were some new buyers on the market. Choice butchers' cattle in strong de mand. Stocker3 and feeders a little slow. The receipts of hogs were good for opening day. Quality averaged very good. The market ruled about steady at much the same prices quoted Saturday. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MABEET. "WicniTA. Kan.. April 7. Receipts 175, shipments 249. The market opened nctive and htronfjer. as the buyers all wanted cattle. holco butcher grades arc the lcst sellers at pres ent. There Is not enouch of that kind of cattle he lm; offered to supply the demand. There were some, now but era on the mnrket and they wanted sood butcher grades. Medium feeding steers and tock ersarea little dull; sood Rraues Uirely stead j. Str...

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. — 8 April 1890

mtgmmwwGWQH Jgfee "SpMtttit gailtj x$t: "fuxsuatj frrauj-f, &jrrit 8, 1890. V wmm "tjwiw'HiS'j 31. jr. MCUDOCK, Kdltnr. Nebraska's estimated population is J ,400,000. an increase of nearly 50 per Cent in ten years. There is so much politics up in Kansas City at present that the people must iaste it in their butter. The people of Wyoming are prepar ing for a big demonstration upon the ad mission of the territory into the union. Tho Democrats passed the first prohibi tion law in Iowa. K. C. Gazette. And it looks like they are going to re peal it. A Philadelphia clergyman lias married 14,000 couples in his time. He is a good man, does not believe that marriage is a failure, and votes the John Wanamaker ticket. The Omaha Republican says a large mnjority of the Nebraska towns that held elections last week, as far as heard fiom, voted for high license as against prohibition. Eagles in large flocks are carrying off poultry and young pigs in Texas county, "Mo. It does seem strange that ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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