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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

xan& Historical mm VOL. XIII, jSTO 114. WICHITA KANSAS, SUISTD AY MOBXLNG, SEPTEMBER 28, 1890.-TTVELTE PAGES. TTHOLE 1ST0. 1991. . " " V . FfflODS QUESTION. THE TARIFF CONFERENCE REPORT AGREED TO. Only a Slight Deviation From a Strict Tarty Tote. Messrs. Coleman, Peatherstone andKelley Vote with tie Democrats in the Negative. A Resolution for the Pinal Adjounnent of the House Next Tuesday Adopted Without Division Washington News. WAMIIXCTON-, Sept 27 Mr. McKmley, of Ohio, asked that the reading of the jour nal be dispensed with in order that more time might 1m? gieu to the debate on the tariff conference report, but Mr Turner, of Georgia, objected The journal having been approv ed Mr. McMillan, of Tonnes fcee, withdrew his demand for the reading of the report, in view of the fact tli.it the icport was printed in the Itecord Mr McKinlej said that it was understood that tLc Republican members debited no mor than one hour for debate lie asked, there fore, that the debate should con...

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. — 28 September 1890

,1 ii iM.jftT) fni tii jjmiiijtm i i ifw "yrrrW" rai Slix MicMta Jpailij gaglc: mtiTabj pfowftig, jRqrtenxtre 28, 1890. tL. ig-Jtr;liiniWlinr11ij jpw.il j u n i i. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Sept. 27. The highest temperature was 70 o, the lowest up to 7 p. xn. was 49, and the jnean C2, with cloudless weather, light variable winds and very high barometer, yo, 292 at 7 p. m. Last year on Sept. 27, the Inchest tem perature was 07, the lowest 40, and the mean 54, and two years ago the cor responding temperatures were 05, 50, and5S. Fr.ED L. Johxsok. Observer. War Department. Washington', D. C, Sept. 27, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Sunday. For Missouri Fair Sunday and Monday, warmer, northeasterly winds. For Kansas and Colorado Fair, warmer, variable winds becoming southerly. .mnrcpw. rv WFBB NOMINATED. Topeka, Kan.. Sept. 27. The Repub lican representative convention of the ior-ty-first district met at the court house this afternoon and went throuuli the formalit...

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. — 28 September 1890

ppe WixchxiK gailg gagte: jpuucfrnj xxning, cptemtrjei: 28, X890 FINANCEANDCOMMERCE VQOHITA MAEEETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 75 cattle, 700 hogs and 23 horses and mules, and for the week 2,586 cattle, and 3,707 hogs and 102 horses and mules. Shipmens Today 9 cattle and 1,175 hogs. There was a fair run of cattle for Satur day. There was quite an active business hi the cattle alleys and prices ruled about bteady. Packers aiid speculators took juost of the offerings' which was composed of nearly all kinds. More good cattle could have been disposed of at ruling prices. The demand continues strong for gtockers and feeding steers. Taken as a whole the closing sales of the week were very satisfactory. Chicago market quiet. Kansas City dull and v. eak on all but choice grades. The hog supply was good for closing day. The market opened weak and57Jj cents lower than yesterday's close, owing to decline on eastern markets. Later re ports from the...

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. — 28 September 1890

"yljpKV v?jnr' gfec miclxito ailtj gagfe: Jwucfag Utoruiug, Jfeqiewfaa: 28, 1890. I), IB W '& 31 m. HCKDOCK. rrtltnr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. cninr justice. Albert H-Horton Shawnee county GOVEHN'OU. Lyman U. Humphrey MontRomery county LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. A.J. Felt Nemaha county SECRETARY OF STATE. William HIcclns Shawnee county faTATE TREASURER. S.G. Stover Republic county ATTORNEY" GENERAL. UIJ.Kellor Lyon county STATE SUPERINTENDENT. Qeorce W. Winans Geary county STATE AUDITOR. CM. Hovcy Thomas county for Congress. JAMES R. HALLOWELL. orSedswIck County. For tho State Legislature. FM Dlstrtct-deorce I. Douglas. Hid DWrlot-K. W. Phillips. h DUtrlct-J. E. Henley. County Officers. rrobato .Tudcc W. T. Buckner. County Attorney W. S. llorrle Clerk District Cpurt-ChuK. II. tailinc. SupcriDtendeat Public Instruction .1). S Pence. Comnilsbloner First DUtrlct H. C. hlth. COL. HALLOWELL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. II. Hallowell, Republican candi date for congress, will address the voters o...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

Ixc MicMta iailij gaglc: ltntfcwj IJ&Bmxns, JSqiiewfai: 23, IS 90. i Il P. M rnnorK. uuMness Manager. "tl.M.S'CTWorir. VAitOT. XL H. HITRDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irttrr pcrtalnlni: to the butnes! of the print ing department or bindery, or for advertising nhonld 1)0 addressed to the linslns manaser or 'ether communications to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or IJia Arkansas valley receiving both tho day and blcht Associate, Press Ittports in full. iriiiip or suiiPrntPTio.v paii.v r.AOt.r. In Advance Postage Prepaid. TllT. one copy one vear f 8 (V) Dally, one copy, six months 4 CO Pally, one copy, three months 2 00 pally, one copy, one month Three times a week, anv days desired, pery'r... 4 00 Three times a week, any dys delred.lx mo... 2 aO Sunday Edition, 16 paces one copy, ono year .. - OT Sunday Edition, 16 pacos. one copy, wx months. 1 - WEEKLY EAOLK. rnecopr, one year H ?J One copy, MxmontbB Remittance may bo made at our risk ei...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

nnwwLiyyiowKiiiiiiii mmimhm ,'"- r- IT &fte WfcBaIagaga:irafllIorttiiagf, jfejrtemfar 28, 1890. -1 TrtANSPOKTATJON TO Tlir FAIR. The Electric Railway company will com mence tomorrow morning giving five min utes service from the corner of Main and Douglas to the fair grounds. Rich motor will be provided with a trail car, making in all sixteen cars devoted to the fair grounds service. This can be done with out interfering only with the Fairview service, which will be given a mule car to connect with the electric at Thirteenth street and Main. When the crowd demands he mast transportation a three minute fcervice will be given, which as estimated will be sufficient to handle every one promptly. Mr. J. F. Kern, cashier of the bank of Santa Fe and Secretary of the Kern-Ilos-enthal Investment company, is in the city Mr. Korn is one of the solid substantial business men of the southwest who h:is creat faith in the couutry of his adoption. The Caronado club directory held a meeting last ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

xt Midrifo gaily gaglc: jftraflgg fHarafirgr, epiewrfeet 28. TS90. r :jUS! ANNIVERSARY GUIDE BILL NYE DEVOTES A LETTER TO TIN AND OTHER WEDDINGS. If Tou Are Certain of Getting Gifts Enough to Pay for tho Gruh and Other Things Distributed, Go Ahead If You Are Not, Don't. Copyright by Ed-ar W. Nye "Anxious Inquirer." of Wont Postel waito's Crossing, tins state, writes to know authoritatively the several names and table of distances between the various wedding anniversaries known throughout this couutry, and also tho stationery and etiquette of the elite which is customary. "Anxious Inquirer" also adds: "We live plainly here in a sort of hand-to-mouth fashion, but wo aro great huuds for gayety. and my husband would just make you die a-lauglnng when he gets to cutting up Wherever he goes he is the life of the party I call him Lit tle Sunboam, though lie is quite good Bize, and has to haven new gore put into his waistcoat every year. Whether it is a barn raising or a revival I care not, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

S tt WHtMiit 3a fSargle: mttlaij $Loxumg, gupizwbtt 28, 1390. CROWDED TO OVERFLOWING 1 I J People from Every Part of "Wichita and the Surrounding Country are Yisiting THE STON STORE Daily selecting their required wants from the immense assortment now on sale. Never was it known to hear so much praise of the very low prices we place on such good grades of merchandise. THE GREAT FAIR WEEK IS NOW AT HAND! Thousands of strangers are expected in the city and all are cordially invited to our establishment whether wanting to buy anything or not. Lots of competent salespeople and floor walkers to give you attention. Read of the many great values we offer this week. 39 Cents Black Brilliantines, sold at 50c, elsewhere. 42 Cents Colored Brilliantines, sold at 60c elsewhere. 25 Cents Brocade Mohairs, sold lay others at 35c. 25 Cents Oriental Cloth, &uiting sold "by oth ers at 35c. 25 Cents Grey Tricots, double -width, very cheap. 25 Cents Flannel Suiting, all wool. Broadcloths at 89 and 99...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

- at"''-' "4KT .., , U-fi. '-- PART SECOND. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1890. PAGES 9 TO 12. EACH OF FAITH ByEJALMAR HJOBTH BOYEBEH. Copyright. AU rights resoired. CHAPTER I. There was a prayer meeting at Lara Etconsrud'a farm. The Bitting room was crowded with people, and all around the open windows eager listeners were stand ing, straining their ears to catch the words that fell from the preacher's lipa. A current of foul, moist air, charged with the odor of human exhalations poured ouc into tho hallway where men and women stood packed together like herring in a barrel. Outside in tho farm yard some small hoys, now and then for getting tho solemnity of tho occasion, fell to punching and testing each other, and were sternly rebuked by their elders as Boon as their altercations becamo audible. Half a dozen young girl's in calico gowns and colored kerchiefs on their heads made o feint of listening to the fervid discourse of which a phrase now and then reached them, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

ID IIre WLitMtzQttify gaglc: Jniuttag fJ&onriucj. jgjeuicnibci;28, 1890. i m:.m ofiice bj' a wai;iscoted Wall of aan, tlie doorkeopcr conducted tbo two cxpect uut Norsemen Into the chitl'a presence. Gunnar found himsolf face to face with a robust man of 43, vrith a brown beard .sprinkled with uray, and fine, energetic features. He was carefully, almost fash ionably, dressed, bat thore was in his bear ing something angular and uncompromis ing, a kind of lioinciapun, blunt directness. His expression was, however, a trifle wor ried, and his eyes were restless. He looked like a strong man with a bad conscience. "I thought I'd drop in and see you," be gan Lawson uneasily. "How much?" asked Norman iiiickly; "toll mo how much you demand. You know I havo no time for fooling. And please giTo me a respite now. I think I've earned it." "How you do go on!" grumbled the gro rer. "I haven't said a word about money. 1 ju6tr brought you this young man, who is looking for a job. You'd oblige me ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

9- 3?Txje WLicTxxhx axlij gaglr. Jwntlaij l&tfruiug, jgqrfcmlm' 28, 1890. It WOMAN'S WOBLD. THE BEAUTIES AND JOYS OF THE SWEET SUNBURNED FACE. jChe Importance of Women Tho Dow-ag-er Queen of Portucal A. Recluso for Ifomen-Tho Study of Grace The Question of Chaperons. "When I was a girl," says a woman not yet very gray haired, "we thought it was not quite nice for a girl to go out "without a veil. When I first began go ing about tho streets without even a lit tle thin veil over my face I felt rattier bold and not happy. It was much tho eaine feeling we liad when we left trim ming off our dresses three or four years ago as if wo wore not quite dressed." In those days Bunburn was unknown in tho full blown rose of its present perfec tion. There wore never stories told of girls paying fifty cents a piooo for an Imitation freckle then, and tho posony like noses and damask cheeks of the pres ent whloh refuse to palo for days at a time would have been accounted an in fliction, an afflic...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 September 1890

12 gkz WHtlxitz gaily gagfe: Jfawtteij fjoixttCf, jqrtemtrtr 28, 1890 THE SHYER CITY. Tho moment the traveler puts his foot in Merida, the capital city of the state of Yucatan, he finds himself on ground that teems with tho associations of many centuries. Merida lies in the very center of the district now famous for its vast production of henequin, and as a city it can easily be classed in the same cate gory with Mexico's capital. With a pop ulation of 80,000 Bouls. it is thirty miles from the gulf coast, and is connected with the port of Progreso by a line of railroad which runs a daily train be tween tho two cities. Very little over land traffic is engaged in between Mer ida and the City of Mexico, owing to the wild nature of the country. My object is not to describe the city of Merida, but to give a truthful version of one of the strangest stories that it has ever been my fortune to hear in this strange country a story that I have every reason to beliove to bo true; one that by t...

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. — 30 September 1890

2fV Tf'y-"wcJfc;-!St?aBpff yjpaaae' Mgg.'s &-yyi sp$Tr?!gr- ;T$ tol Society. OL. XIIL NO 115. WICHITA KAXSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1S90. WHOLE KO. 1992. "s -?& i-pss?sr' Hr aim W "' ea" m'-Hm" ' J cwh SHslSennammSniammmauaamflffar-I & ! I Sss ..aw Iaa 1 x I i mi; i 11 mini b n -i t"i nrT in" iri i i t rr- v Hi 4.4. Jt-tggp,1 uu u u a.u i j: VOTE TO BE TAKEN OX TIIE TARIFF BILL TODAY. Mr. Carlisle Will Address Senate on the Question. the Fourty-four Pension Bills Passed Twenty-five Minutes Proceed ings in the Houec in The Wheat Investigation Progressing Service Pension Bonds Bill Other National Capi tal News. WASHINGTON, Rent. 20. Mr. Ingalls (by request) introduced u bill to provide for payment of arrears of pensions on applica tions filed since July 1, 1SS0. Referred. The senate bill giving, upon certain con ditions and bills therein contained, the as fcent of the United Suites to certain ca.se, of rights to mine cosl in the Choctaw na tion, was taken from the...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 September 1890

3SIxjc Wlxthllz gaxRji $:gxxmTx fj&amftts, qpiM(btz3tot 1 890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigkal Office. WicniTA. Kan., Sept. 29. Tho highest temperature was OS , the lowest up to 7 p. in. wus 40, and the mean 54, with cloudless weather, gentle to fresh southeast winds, nearly station ary high barometer. Last year on Sept. 2J), the highest tem perature was 71, the lowest 51, and tho mean 61, aud two years ago the cor responding temperatures were 74, 45, and CI . Fr.ED L. .Tonxsox, Observer. "War Department. Washington'. 1). C, Sept. 29, 8 p. in. Forecast until S p. in. Tuesday. For Kansas Fair, followed by light rain in eastorn portion, warmer, southeasterly winds. For Missouri Rain, warmer, easterly winds. AFTER THE WESTERN ROADS. CniCAGO, Sept. 25). The interstate com merce commission i after the western ronds again, this time for the purpose of regulating the lumber rates. Some time Hgo the board of trade of Kau Claire, Wis., hent a petition to the commission asking that bodv to compel...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 September 1890

vJ l&oe WLithxtK Jpaihj gagle: gussilag pfcrrmg .qrfemfor 30, 1890 WICHITA MABKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours 394 cattle, 474 hogrs and 47 horses and mules. Shipmons-57 Cattle, 297 hogs and 47 horses and mules. The supply of cattle was fair for Monday. Good corn fed cattle in demand. Stock steers are being sought by feeders and are Belling well, as is prime butchers stuff. Common and poor grades are hard to sell at any price. The, market ruled about with the close of last week. The hog sup ply was only medium. Quito a number were taken by shippers. Good hogs are active but poor and culls are not wanted. The market was a little weaker than on Saturday, tops selling at $3.753 95. Bulk at ?3.90. WIOHITA LIVE ST00K MAEKET. Wichita. Kaiu Sept. 23. CATTLE. The nrtivityln the alleys was mnch tho same as forFceraldiis doo.1 to choice grades solllni: well, medium and poor blow and low or. Native shlpplne steers. Koort to extra. $3 23 8 75 Go...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 September 1890

U" 4 Sire Wlichitix ipailu, gttglc: gitcsctatj ontiug, Jferftctvtrci; 30, 1590. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CniEF JUSTICE. Albert IL Uorton Shawneo county COVE1LN01U Lyman U. Ilumphrey Montgomery county LIEUTENANT OOVEIIXOK. A. J. Folt Nemaha county PECHETAnY OF STATE. William Hlsclns Shawnee county STATE TKEA SCKES. S.G.Storcr KopuMlc county ATTORNEY GENEHAL. L.B.Kellorc Lyon county STATE SCFEniyTENDEXT. Georce W. Wlnaus Goary county STATE AUDITOR. CM. Hover Thomas county For. Congress. JAMES H. nALLOWELL. or Sedfjwlck County. For the State Legislature. R2d Dlstriot-Georc L. Douslas. 63d Dlstrlct-E. W. Phillips. Mth Dlstrict-J. E. llonley. County Officers. Probate Jndce W. T. JStickner. County Attorney W. s. Morris- , Clerk District Court C'hao. II. I.ulln;:. Superintendent Public Instruction ,D. S Pence. Commliusloner First DIstricU-H, C. bmith. COL. HALLOWELL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. R. Hnllowcll, Republican candi date for coiicreftS, will address the voters of the Seventh district a...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 September 1890

3?Txe WLitlxxtx gaittj gagl'c: Jgucstfag kXomhxQ, jgqrfcmftci: 30, 1890. 31. ir. Munnocir. I ll' T. Jtrnnonr. Editor. I BusJrxws Manager. M. & MUEDOOE: & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. .All lrttors jwrtalnlnc to th bulnr of the prlnt 'nR flppartmfnt or blndorv, or for advertising Fliould bo nddressed to the business manacer or ether communications to the editor. The onlr dally paper In Southwestern Knnanr tie Arknnswvs Valley refelvlns: both tho day and nlfibt .Associate Press Reports In full. 11-KliR or RCTITRirTION- nH.T TAGLE. In Advance I'ostnse Prepaid. P11y, one copy ori year JS 00 I)Ily. one copy, 8lrmonthi 4 01 Dally, one copy, three months 2 00 Pully. one copy, one month "' Three times a week, any day delrwl, per y'r... 4 (M Three tlmt-s a week, any day desired, mIx mo... 2 Ml Snndav Edition, 11 papes, ono copv, one year ... 2 (r Bunday Edition, 1C paces, one copy, hix months. 1 25 WEUKIA EACI.E. Onecopy, oiw vpt ft One copy. 6tx months... . W remlttanre may be ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 September 1890

6 t WMcMitt gaily gaIje: gtws&oj fpming, epiciartrjet 30. 1890. TIIK IIENLKY-MJLIjLSON CONTEST. Tho arrangements for the Safety bicycle race between the well known cyclists, Henley and Millison, were completed last evening at the office of J. T. Dorsey. The race will be five miles on the fair grounds track on Tuesday, October 28. There is no fctakefor the winner and can expect one of the most spirited races ever given in Wichita. NOTICE. The Young People's Literary society has "been reoganized and will hold its first meeting for the season at tho First Bap tist church on Friday evening, October 3. The following question w 11 be debated: "Resolved, That the government of the nited States is being undermined by class legislation." Affirmative: J. J. Fegtley. T. J. Irwin, If. E. ZUcElroy; nega tive: Prof. H. S. McMichael, D. Diamond ZVfitchell, Prof. Theodore Forby. The pub lic is cordially invited to these interesting exercises. BIKTHDAY l'AUTV. Yesterday being the 12th anniversar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 September 1890

P WixclxHk cixlxgixqlt: gitjcsfonj 3$foruiurf, J5e;jrfemlnr 30, 1390. CATCHING 3LUEFISR SPORT ALONG THE JERSEY SHORE AND AT jREAT SOUTH BAY. On Boar1 a wishing Smack The Ques tion of tackle and What It Costs. BJaeflshln for Business and Pleasure Combined Catching Blocs on Shore. - A -slight breeze ruffles the ocean. The Ypesds ecud by under full 6ail, and the fishing boats, off on tho banks, rise and fall like logs on the long ground swell. The Bnrfp breaks on the beach in great combers, -Which throw themselves high upon the Band and then xjzsh back to mingle with the more congenial ele ment. On the bluff at Seabright stands t mau whose eyes, shaded by his hand, are bent fixedly upon a small dark patch on the ocean over which are clustered excited sea gulls. Now and then the patch scintillates with silver spots, and the gulls throw themselves from their lofty height into the silver kaleidoscope. It seems to be moving nearer shore. The watcher perceives it to bo a school of bluefish....

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 September 1890

V i-j7TT"rg?q!a " a !3pe TOxftiia: Jpai gagfe: Ixtsstfcqj glorm0, qrfjenrfra 30, 1890, R-Ts-'ll I A BIG LOT -OP- E COLLARS "Will be put on sale at 10 o'clock this morning:. Price 15c Bach. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita CRAWFORD GRAND O o" I 31. CnAwroRD, Manager. Three Xights Engagement, Commencing MOXDA Y, SEPTEMBER 29th., Of the Prince of Entertainers and Comedians, JOED -:- DILLON, Supported by a Superb Compnny In a Repertoire of Delightful Comedies. Monday eve, Sept. 29 "WAITED TIIE EARTH." Tuesday eve, Sept. 30th "STATES ATTORNEY." "Wednesday eve., Oct. 1 "A COLOSSAL LIAR." More genuine fun to the square lech than any other attraction ou the road. Prices $3.00, 7oc,50c,2oc, Seats on sale at bor office. CRAWFORD Q It AND o o M. L. CuAvrroiiD, Manner Three Nights and Saturday Matinee, October 2, 3 and 4. A Cyclonic Disturber of Risibilities. The Ferguson and Mack Comedy Company, T'nder the Direction of ME, CHARLES E, RICE, Prcmtinsr tlje Mirth Provoking Farce MCCARTHYS MIS...

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