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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 3 October 1890

$fcc WLhMfa )ailtj gaqgflie: ftf fay fmmntrj, xrtoow 3, 1890. w M.M.Mnnnorff. I I'..r.Mrni)n(T. '-alt or. I Business llanacer. M. M. MUEDOOE: & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letter prrtalnlni: to tho business of the print ing flepnrtraont or bindery or for advert Islne should bo addreoved to the business manager or other communications to the editor. Tlie only dally paper In Southwestern Knnsas or the Arkansas Valley rorelrlnff both tho day aad al2ht Associate Press IteporU In full. aiut8 or prnruttTio.v DAtr.T fActc In Advance 1'osUice Prepaid. T)allv, one copr one year 53 ntl J'ally, one copy, !lrnionths . 4 01 I)ally, one copr, tliree months 2 03 Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r . 4 00 Three times a wwl, any days desired, sir mo.. 2 50 Sunday Edition, lfi paces, one copy, one year ..2 0) fcunday Edition. 16 paces, one copy, fclr months. 1 23 WEI.IiLV EAGLE. Tneeopv, one vear Jim Oiecopy, nix months . 30 Heratttance may be made...

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. — 3 October 1890

mum S 'gixt WfrMta Saitij gajjle: ff-rittaj '&imtfn$'tt0'beic 3. 1890. ASEBALL Tiffi. W. I. Harris Throws Light on the Present Situation. SOME REMARKS ABOUT DEALS. IVlndinc tip with a Lot of Gossip About the Men "Who Flay tho atIorml Game, and Their Prospects for tho Coining Season. Copyright by American Press Association. The record of the past vreek in tho strug gle for the pennants has upset many calcu lations and made a number of baseball managers perspire pretty freely. Manager McGunnigle, of the Brooklyn National leaguers, has been one of them. Mac had it all figured out just what his men would do, and had also, as he thought, a clear idea as to what some of the other fellows would do. But "the best laid schemes o' mice and men gang aft a-gley," as Burns put It, and McGunnigle's experience has only been similar to that of some other men who have bached 'sure things." That Philadelphia trip tore his heart strings. To lose one game to tho Phillies he had thought possible, bu...

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. — 3 October 1890

3?fa WiicWvc Ipailtjfptgle: ffrMay fpGrruittg, ritolret 3, 1890. 7 V w f te :v y r IHllll Wif.hitfl Wklflsalfi k Mflniifartiirinrt ffmiftpq A CIGAlt EOX'S STAMS. THEY GIVE INFORMATION REGARD ING THE CIGAR INSIDE. IT Ton Bay Imported Cigars It Will Pay You to Take Heed of tho Various Brands and labels What Most of the Colored Posters Mean Homo Brands. The interior wrappings and lithographs tell about the cigar when the box is opened, but more can be told about it from the outside. It requires somewhat close ob servation to note all the marks on a cigar box. On a box of imported cigars, for in stance, there is branded the name of the manufacturer. That is usually tho name of some factory and the placo where the factory is. The name of the factory gives an Indication about its location. The brand "Campa Gral de Tabaco del Filipinas" shows unmistakably where the cigars that were put in thRt box were made, unless the brand is a counterfeit. It is seldom that counterfeit brands ore found ...

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. — 3 October 1890

a Qte WlitMlvc gagagte: ff ri fcnj loramn, rffer 3, 1880. A BIG LOT -OF- A GALLANT YOUNG CATCHER. His E&W COLLARS Will Tie put on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. Price 15c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita I RAWrOXD ORAyD- 31. L. CBArrORD, Manae Three Nights and Saturday Matinee, October 2, 8 and 4. A Cyclonic Disturber of Risibilities. The Ferguson an&Mack Comedy Company, T'ndcr the Direction of MB. '. CHARLES E, '. BICE, Presenting the Mirth ProTokinc Farco MCCARTHYS MISHAPS BY BARNEY FERGUSON. New Music, Songs and Dances, Funny Situations and Ludicrous Antics. A Revolution iu Laughter. Barney Ferguson as Penis McCarthy Seats of palo Monday, September 29, at the. box office. Parties Ilrlng out of the city can secure a lialf fare rate on railroads during this engagement. ORGAN RECITAL -AT TllE- Baseball Experience Aids Him to Sure a Lite. When, at the beginning of the season, George Mosely, a 12-year-old Now York newsboy, sifined as catcher for the Young Buffaloes...

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. — 4 October 1890

Historical Society! WHOLE NO. 1996. "WICHITA KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTORER 4, 1S90. YOL. XIII, NO 119. In t i TO THE GREAT WET. THE PRESIDENT PREPARING AN EXTENSIVE TRIP. FOR "Will Attend a Reunion of His Old Brigade at Galesburg, 111 A Day in Topeka, Kan, Will bo the Guest of His Brother a few Hours in Kansas Oity, Mo., and Then on to St Louis. The Annual Report of the Governor of Utah Polygamy a Pestering Sore The Usual Budget of News From th6 Nation's Capital Notes And News. "Washington-, Oct. 3. The preliminary details of the president's western trip have been arranged and are subject to blight changes. It is finally decided, however, thut the president and party will leave "Washington Monday morning at 11:24 o'clock on the Chesapeake & Ohio road for Ciuoinnati, where a short stop will be made Tuesday morning to change cars. The party will then proceed via the Ohio & Mississippi road to Vincennes, Terre JIaute and Danville, then by the Indian npolis. Bloomington &...

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. — 4 October 1890

3Ixc SlxtHta gaily gagtc: aiitr tfaij gESriintrj. jdo&er 4, 1890 tion from Speaker Daniels and a resolu tion. Mr. Post moved to make the capital bill a special order for 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. The clerk read the resolution by consent of the bouse. Mr. Merten I don't seo what we can do with the resolution. The bill has never gone out of our possession. Mr. Terrill Resolution is not needed. The bill is the property of the house. Mr. Trospor A man who does wrong and apologizes bhould have the apology accepted. Mr. Clark If an v one took the bill let iim return it. Mr. Barker Let the house pass a reso lution of condolence. Mr. Neal I expect the house to act on the bill. Mr. Campbell It was taken from the Louse by a member of the body. Who? Mr. Peery I am a member of the com mittee on enrolled bills and handed that bill to the speaker. I suppose he .siKiied it. The clerk handed it to me. Being the proper custodian I did all I could do took it to the committee of the other house...

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. — 4 October 1890

!&c WLitMx pailij fujle: j&aforc&yg pDcrmiucr, xMrcs 4, 1890 Ki ' CV J- W!$S$Sm VTIOEETA MARKETS. "Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: tho past 48 hours 460 Cattle, 700 Hogs, 28 Horses and Mules. Shipments 00 Cattle, 440 hogs, 28 Horses and Mules. Owing to the fact that there was no mar ket Thursday tho supply of cattle was iery good. The market opened steady, but be gan to decline soon after noon. All classes of cattle went off f romlO to 25 cents The quality of cattle offered was rather better than usual and about everything went over tho scales Stockcrs and feeders closed from 10 to " cents lover. Butchers' fatufl sold pretty well but declined in sjm pathy with all other grades Chicago market was reported steady, and Kansas City closed with best grades higher. Hogs opened strong with a fair supnly and most of the trading was done early in the day. Tho market began to waver as soon as eastern advices ere receh ed, and finally broke 10 cents before t...

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. — 4 October 1890

4 lie lEtcItiia gMly cjT.c: Jfoturdfatj f$ewiug, ctxrlxcr 4-, 1890. 31 1W. SI UK DOCK, Kdltor. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CDIEl' JUSTICE. vMbert n. norton Shawnee county GOVElt.NOlt. Lyman U. Humphrey Montgomery coaDty LIUCTEXAXT GOVERNOR. A. J. Felt Nemaha county SKCnETAltV Or STATE. YmUam Hlrelns Shawnee county bTATE TBEASUUKS. .0. Stover. Republic county ATTOJINEY OEKEIUL. L.B.Kellocg Lyon county PTATE SUT'EllINTEN'DIiNT. CesrceVr.AVlnaD Geary county bTATE AUDlTOlt, CM.Hovey Thomas coanty Foit Coxoress. JAMBS R. HALLOWELL, of Sedswlck Cwty. For tho State Legislature. i3d District Georce L. DoukU. IfcSd Dlstrlot-E. W. Phillips. Win Dlstrlct-J. E. Honley. County Officers. Trobat Judce W. T. liuckirer, Coonty Attorney W. K Horrte Cltrlc District Court Cha. H. Lullny. Superintendent Public Instruction ,1), S Peace. Commissioner Firet District H. C. Smhfc. COL. HALLOWBLL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. It. Hallowell, Republican candi date for congress, will address the voters of the Seventh dis...

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. — 4 October 1890

Hr riJwriii, ggfre miklxim gailij gagler Jateggag f&armug, Oabtx 4 1890. i j: i it $ aLM-'nopR I H.r.MranorK. Mltor. I Hu5ines Muna-er. M. M. MU1D00K & BRO. 'Pub 1 ishorsand Proprietors. ,,.,rt,?rs pertaining to tho bnxlnmw of the prlnt v.K Pfnirtinpnt or bindery, or for advertising tnoold bo addressed to tbo business manager or 9liiercommiinlntttnna tii..i.. The only dally paper In Soutnwortern Kansas or ,. . Arkansas Valley receiving botU tha day and Ulsnt AswoclaUs Prci,s Reports In full. 2EKHS or renuiTiov haii.t rAGix. In Advance I'osptase X'repald. JJv. one conv one vear. . . . . JS rt) IMly. one copy, jl month'- 4 09 Iially, one cony, thiw months 2 00 nally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a wee t, any days AMrfd, per y'r .. 4 00 Three tlmen a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 SH hunday Edition, lfipscis. one copy.ono year.... 2 fly ouud&y Kdltlon, 1C pages, one copy, bix months. 1 25 W i.t KLV LAL.I.E. One copr, one year ji no One copy, six roonthe jy Remitt...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 4 October 1890

5f$jT&ii&Z3f' ' "' mr.i&r-i'3f A-'Fb&Qj)!?f3&"&jf2P" 6 3P W&elxitK gailij gagfe: JF ateffag Ipormimr, xrtofoi: 4, X 80Ov OnGXX -KECXEAI The onran vras handled by Prank Taft of Xew York, who was sent hero by the "builder to exhibit its qualities at its first public opening. Mr. Taft is certainly a anost skilled artist, and he ranks as one of the leading performers of our time. He has few equals and no superiors. It was when ho struck No. 4, however, that he speedily got his audience en rap- J)ortwith him. It was "Old Folks at lome," and at once a hush came over the assemblage. It was an arrangement of his own, and awakened thoughts that the "Suanee River" never even gave him of. The great instrument seemed instinct wiih life under his masterly touch not the life of flesh and blood, but the great throbbing lifo of nature, whore the raoming winds, gentle zephyrs, roiling thunder and the sighing of autumn's dying leaves are the changing tone and undertones of...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 4 October 1890

pe mUtMx gailggkgle: atrtTay pteiijiKf, tMrct 4, 1890. LY lVf fo it- TAMING A FLOCK OF QUAILS. Unclnvhoat nnd Gradual Advances Con quer tho Wild Birds. Mrs. D. N. Snyder, of Jefferson town ship, saw a lot of quails dusting them selves under Bomo currant bushes in tho back end of her garden. Tho birds look ed bo happy and contented that eho thought it would bo too bad to disturb them, bo she returned to the house with out pulling tho weeds out of a patch of onions that eho had gone there for the purpose of doing. In an hour or bo the quails had disappeared in the tall timo thy of tho adjoining meadow, and Mrs. Snyder scattered some buckwheat around where they had been wallowing. On the following day tho birds came there again, gobbled up tho buckwheat, and had a good time. Every day for a week or bo Mrs. Snyder scattered grain among the bushes for the quails to feed on, and the birds soon got so that they looked for food in tho garden as regularly as they did for a resting place at n...

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. — 4 October 1890

a 'glut WLitkitx. Jpailu; gagl: Jkhtrcfan; IPommg, (Btivfozv 18.90. A BIG LOT -OF- b Will be put on sale at 10 o'clock tliis morning. Price 15c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita CRAWl0;fD GRAND o o SI. L. CuAwronn. Manae Three Nights and Saturday Matinee, October 2, 3 and 4. A Cyclonic Disturber of Risibilities. The Ferguson and Mack' Comedy Company, Under the Direction ot mCIUKLESm.,.KICEl FrrentUic tho Slirth Provoking Farce MCCARTHYS MISHAPS BY BARNEY FERGUSON. New Music, Songs and Dances, Funny Situations and Ludicrous Antics. A Revolution iu Laughter. Barney Ferguson as Penis McCarthy Scats of wile Monday, fiejitombcr 29. at the box offlcf. Parties JlWtu: out of the tlty can Recuroa half faro rate on railroads during this cniroKemout. Curtain Rises J'romptly at 8 O'clock. ORGAN RECITAL AT THE FIRST M. E. CHURCH, Under the Auspices of the Epworth. League, by the Celebrated Con cert Organist, Frank Taft of Nev York City. Wednesday Evening, Oct. StJi. ADMISSION 50 CENTS S...

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. — 5 October 1890

aSsSSSISS War In ;u) I r J Historical Society WHOLE NO. 1997. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1890-TWELYE PAGES. TOL. XIII, NO 120. nr- -,-; I, TillMfiil'Ji71 tjimi i'f i iMllnirlfffllHi - --..-$ yf . 4. 11? JUL A il ByijMKPRpgHgaggBBmiBp: r j - ' jijkbxt-m I,n - a-psamaaagir.j-:aqa ar x THE LAST DAY. BUSY SCENES AT THE NEW YORK CUSTOM HOUSE. Importers and Brokers Crowd the Rotunda Anxious to Make Entries. The Time Extended Prom 3 O'clock Until Midnight to Accommo date Importers. At the Treasury Department Mail Ser vice Promotions Campaign Lit eratureThe National Cap italDaily Budget of News. New York, Oct. 4. The most intense excitement has prevailed in and about the custom house all day. Whole troops of importers and brokers kept coming and going. As 3 o'clock approached the num bers increased until finally the rotunda of the custom house was filled with a solid mass of humanity. All carried large sums of money. They were on hand to enter uoods that were expected to arr...

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. — 5 October 1890

T t p.e MicMfa gaily garjlc: $ iwtlarj fHoruiwrt. jdcfaer 5 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. "Wichita. Kan., Oct. 4. The highest temperature was 74 , the lowest up to 7 p. m. was 53, and the mean 60, with clearing weather, gentle to brisk north to light east winds, a slight rise in pressure), nearly stationary temper ature. Last year on Oct. 4, the highest tem perature was 83, the lowest 50 , and the mean GG , and two years ago the cor responding temperatures were 82 , 55, andCS. Fred L. Jonxsox. Observer. "War Department. Washington, D. C, Oct 4, 8 p. in. Forecast until 8 p. m. Sunday: For Missouri Slightly cooler northerly winds and fair weather. For Kausas Cooler northwesterly winds and fair weather. MORMONS IN CONFERENCE. SALT Lake, Utah, Oct 4. The Mormon Kemi-annual conference opened here today by George O. Cannon. "W ilford "Woodruff, tae president of the Mormon church, was the first speaker. He gave thanks for the prosperity of toe church. He reviewed the missionary wor...

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. — 5 October 1890

"(syrny T'" S& tSKxclni Sails gugl: JmtcTag ISDmmttj, jctxrfor 5, 1890 ' h Y WICHITA MARKET3. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 60 Cattle, 217 Hogs. Shipments 75 Cattle, 370 hogs. The cattle supply was good for the last day of the week. There was some good stock in the yards and about every thing changed hands. Prices were steady on good stockers and butchers' stuff. Poor grades aro hard to dispose of. The market has been unsettled during the en tire week, owing to weak eastern markets. Chicago was reported very dull and little doing. Kansas City, demand for good grades better. Best lots higher with no change in common grades. The receipts of hogs were somewhat light and about everything -was sold except n. load that arrived after the market had closed. The market opened strong but 10 cents lower, closing weak. Some sorting was done and tops brought $4.03; bulk (3.noM.OO. Pigs did not recover yester day's decline and closed 15 to 20 cents b...

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. — 5 October 1890

4 gg Ixe Miclxita aily gaglje: Jfuufeij crrufug, cider's,"" 1890 M M. JTUKDOCK. Kdttor. EEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. cniEr justice. Albert H.Hortcm Shawnee county GOVHUNOIt- Lyman TJ. Humphrey Montgomery county LIEDTMf AKT OOVERNOU. , A.J. Felt.,. Xeinaha county BECHETART Or BTATE. William Hlcclns Shawnee county 6TATE TltEASUKEK. B. O.StOTcr KcpubUc county ATTOHNEr OEKERAi. Ij.B.Kellocg Lyon county FTATE SUPERINTENDK.T. Ceorce YT. Winan Geary county STATE ACDITOK. C.JI.IIovey Thomas county Fon CONGRESS. JAMES E. I1ALLOWELU or Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. KM Dlstrtet-Gcorce L. Douclas. S3d District E. W. PhUllpa. Ulh Dlarict-J. E. UeuUy. County Officers. Trohate Jndce W. T. Bucknw. County Attorney W. S. Mirr CJerlc DUtrict Cput-ChuB. H. Lulinc. Superintendent Public Instruction ,D. S Tenee. Coinmlsbloner First Dlstrict-U. C. Smith. COL. HALLO WELL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. R. Uallowell, Republican candi date for congress, will address the voters of the Seventh district at th...

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. — 5 October 1890

gfee WxtiaiK aitij gagle: ituckij fSforuxug, xtcffrci; 5. 1390, s liA v. :r 31. SI. Mcnrtnrrc. I It. P. r.rnnocK. Kdltnr. I J'dsiness Manager. M. H. MUBD00E & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. -Ml Irttrrc pertainincr to the buMnrM of thn prJnU Ihk department or blndrry, or for wlverusine phoald Ixs addressed to the business nsanaeer or other communications to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kna or tho Arkansas Valley recelrine both the day and blfiht Associate Press Reports In full. 1KMS Or fitTUKCRIPTION DAII.T It A OLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pally, one copy on vear J J5 Xlally, one copy, sir months- J" J)ally. one copy, three monthR - w Xally, one copy, one month j Throe time a eek. any days desired, pery r... 4 00 Three times a we-k. any days desired. Mx mo... - j Fnnday Edition, 16 pae. ono copy, one year. . .. - m fcunday Edition. 16 paces, one copy, fclx mouths. 1 - WKEKLl' EAGLE. Cne copy, one year H Jn One copy, nix months J Remittance may e rania a...

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 October 1890

a $& Wlithilx. Jpd&jgagle: ituttag Watnitxg, Qdobve 5, 1890. Goodlander, Forfc Scott; crochet sack Mrs. "Wilson, Fort Scott; crazy patchwork quilt Mrs. Omer, city 1, Mrs. Wilson, Fort Scott 2, Mrs. R. S. Cook 3; table scarf Mrs. R. A. Omer; pin cushion Mrs. C. E. Wilbur, cityl, Mrs. Omcr2; fancy knitting Mrs. H. Meiner, city; knit lace Mrs. E. T. Brown 1; calendar Mary Lewis, Bernal, Kan.; tapestry Mrs. Goodlander, Ft.Scott; chain stitch handwork Mrs. Fred Rush; hem stitch Mrs. G. A. Hatfield; rickrack Mrs. H. Schnitzlcr; most handsome throw Mrs. Goodlander, Fort Scott; handmade rug Miss F. DeLong; dresser Bcarf Mrs. Goodlander; plain sewing Mrs. Lewis Berual; fancy apron Mrs. R. E. Guthrie, Jr., 1, Mrs. C. A. RutheJford, 2; crochet skirt Miss DeLong; fancy pho to case Mrs. Freeman, Wellington; silk anlts Mrs. Wilson, Fort Scott; slumber robe Mrs. Omer: piano cover Mrs. Omer; display novelty lace Mrs. W. H. Livings ton; handmade handkerchiefs Mrs. X. A. English, 1, Mrs. W. I...

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 October 1890

3pt ixtaia ga gaglc: jgutffonj gj&arumg, jcrtofor 5, 1890 h 7 . BEVISING THE CENSUS BILL OF NYE GIVES SOME RESULTS HIS EXPURGATORY LABORS. Ho Says lie Occasionally Hung Across An Impure Thought Amnnc the Other wise Immaculate Returns and Offers Ono or Two Samples to the Public Copyright by Edprar Nye My thanks are due to the printer for advance sheets, promptly received, of a little brochure entitled "The Literary Side of tho Census," the receipt, or recipe, rather, of which is hereby grate folly acknowledged. It is a little volume of less than 200 pages, neutly printed by the govern ment, I think. It is going to be a rapid seller and a great boon. It is compiled from answers on file at the Census bu reau mainly regarding the interrogato ries issued by consent and connivance of government relating to incumbrances on property and other private matters. The publication of the book reveals for the first time the true reason for the60 com pulsory answers. Acting upon the hint alread...

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 October 1890

v ?MitMk g&ify'gxtflz: gnnttmsotmng, zlvtbM 5, 1S90. U TOO BUSY FOR US V TO ARGAI HT The past one has been the busiest week we have had since we come to Wichita and on that account we are too busy to mention all the bargains we will give our patrons during the next week. "We will, however, briefly mention a few and let them be an incentive to bring you to our house. Kead the list of bargains offered by the Dress Goods. House Furnishings 39 Cents Ulack Brilliantines, sold at 50c elsewhere. 42 Cents Colored Brilliantines, sold at 60c elsewhere. 25 Cents Brocade Mohairs, sold by others at 35c. 25 Cents Oriental Cloth Suiting, sold by oth ers at 35 c. 25 Cents Flannel Suiting, all -wool. Broadcloths at 89 and 99 Cents The "best values shown in this mar ket, the greatest variety of shades. TOWELS See All linen plaid, 18 by 36 inch. them. 3 for 23c. All linen knotted fringe towels, two for 38c. All linen fine damask towels, 22 by 42 inch. 3 for 50c. 49 Cents a Yard Special bargains bl...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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