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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 5 October 1890

rtfi ctiT irmia P ART SECOND. WICHITA KAXSAS, SUXDAY 3I0EX1XG. OCTOBER 5, 1390. PAGES 9 TO 12. imn h IV ru ? V. Mj Heart's Delight. By LOUISE STOCKTON". Copyright. .All Uijhts Resorved. CHAPTER L "J am Jfiss Margaret WooUUtie." The newspaper which Heuben Hale and I own and edit i, I urn aware, a "one horse" itlTair, but we arc satisfied with it. It ia a small eight paged "weekly, largely made up of advertisements and sciasorings, and the subscription price is one dollar a year. Wo have no reporters; we never print telegrams nor murders, and wo have a tubscription list of 172,000 names farmers, gardeners and country people, because wherever there are people raising fruit, truck or .flowers there goes the little Seed and Graft, and we are old fogy enough to employ girls to fold and direct these newspapers, and these girls do their work cheerfully and seem to bo happy. When one of them marries we give tier a sewing machine and a dining room table. One day I caine into the office after ...

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. — 5 October 1890

y &1J?f 10 ftc (Sfticltita ailij gagtc: JiuutTaij orniiicj. dotuei; 5, 1890' VSX jniast, tne men coma not navo Dcon more startled, more electrified. Thoy 6tood Htock still gazing at hor. But Bhe gave no hced.to them, but song louder and olearor until her voi co aoeaied to fill the air, mak ing it pulsate with enchantment. For what was she hinging Ah, for what was she not singing! For life, for bulp, for frco dom, and, though ahe know it not. for love. Her faocg went soaring to the skies, and prayed to bo saved from these cruel men, and it came bock to earth, and begged them to bo human, and not to be as the boasts, hungry for prey. She sang like one inspired, and her whole heart went out in the cry, "Angels ever bright and fair, take, oh, take me to your caret" and tho song seemed born of the night and of perill And then, behold, from one of tho huts thore was a great cry, and out there rushed a man, torn, weak, bandaged, and he looked wildly about him, and seeing her he ran to ...

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. — 5 October 1890

V 3jjfcc txJXichiia JpaxUj gaglc: jMtuilag SKoming,. ctouci; 5. 1 890. 11 ft 'K, LOLA. From the back of theatre, a dingy spot that contrasted sharply with the fine front entrance of the building-, a number of women were emerging, their faces ex pressing disappointment in some cases, an ger in others, and exchanging as they went remarks of n petulant sort, to the effect that some child of whom they spoke was neither brighter nor prottier than their own. Within, in that mj'stcrious locality known as behind the scenes, one young woman still lingered, standing before the leading lady, who, dressed in walking cos tume, reclined in a large velvet chair, and a portly manager, who stood jingling his watch chain and looking down upon the group over his large waistcoat. The woman, whose little one had beea selected to play a child's part in the piece, was receiving her directions as to its re hearsals, the hour of its arrival at night and the hour at which it must be taken home. "I would stay...

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. — 5 October 1890

12 fo W&itkiiz gailjj gaxjle: j&xwtlag piornhtg. xMrjer 5, .1890 ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT. TWO HUNDRED CONGRESSMEN WOR RYING ABOUT ELECTIONS. Walter TVollman'a letter from "Washing ton Soplcti ho Anxieties of the Statea znan Who Im't Sare Whether or Not Ho Will Be Returned to tho Capitol. Special Correspondence.! Washington, Sept. 18. This is the period of discontent with our statesmen of tho house of representatives. They (J?Py imw 33 sr-M! SSfciK' rrr. a. HOM1S OF A COXGRESS2IAX. on the anxious seat Something oro like two hundred of them are candidates for re-election, and eager, oh, so eager, to go home and get to work in the po litical field in which their rivals are al ready making hay. Scores of our con gressmen have already fallen by the waysido because their constituents failed to renominate them. Ono of tho odd phases of political life ia the manner in which ambitious men are cut off in tho 3ower of thiur youth for causes which, ' to tho average mind, seem trivial and j ...

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. — 7 October 1890

WHOLE NO. 1998. WICHITA KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1890. TOL. XIII. NO 121. IV tt Y ' THE ANNUAL REPORT OF TENSION COMISIONEIt KAUM. Information as to the Pension Of lice Operations for the Fiscal Year. A Large Increase in the Number1 of Ad justments Made Over Any Previous Tear. The ''Completed Piles" System of Great Importance in Securing Prompt Set tlement of Oases Upon Motion of Claimant or His Attorney. "WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 The annual report of Coinmibtiiouer Green B. Il-ium, of the pension bureau, shows that there were at t he end of the last fiscal year 537,044 pen hionors borne upon the rolls and classified as follows: Army invalid pensioners, 302, 800, aiiny widows, minor children and de pendent iclatives, 104,4r(', navy invalid pensioners, o,274; navy widows, minor children and dependent relatives, 2,4(X); furvivors of the war of 1812, 413, widows of soldiers of the war of 1812, S,G1(); our xivors ol the Mexican war, 17,51(?, widows of soldiers of the Mexican war. 0...

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. — 7 October 1890

gttc Wiidixtti gailtj gagfc: gttcstTaij framing, dobtt 7, ISSO WEATHER BULLETIN. Washington', Oct. C For Kansas: Fair veather, variable vriuds, stationary tem perature. For Nebraska: Fair, variable winds, Blichtly cooler. For Missouri: Slightly warmer, west erly winds, fair weather except preceeded by rain in extreme houthea-st portion. KNIGHTS OF AURORA. Lawrence. Kan., Oct. (5. The Knights of Aurora, nt a special meeting in this city tonight, decided to iihj a call for h dele gate meeting of the templar throughout the state, to be held here October 30. This notion was taken in view of the fact that the Bupremo officers have failed to make a satisfactory explanation of the charges of mismanagement published a month ago. DEMOCRATIC RALLY. Abilene, Kan., Oct. 0. The chief Dem ocratic rally of the campaign was held this evening ut the opera house. Charles Rob inson. Ij. U. Green and Park Warren de livered the addresses which x;re listened.to liv u ?ool hi.hiI fuulifiiie The meetinir J...

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. — 7 October 1890

gte Wlithiix gtxUxj gagle: xesclaij pinmfag, rftflrcr 7, 13 90 7 w WIOHTTA MAEKET3. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours 369 Cattle, 648 Hogs. Shipments 468 Cattle, 327 Hogs. The receipts of cattle were pretty fair but quite a number were not sold and wore shipped to Kansas City. The prices in good butchon stuff wore steady, but any thing off in grade sold slow and at low figures. There was not much of anything left in the yards at the close. Chicago re ports receipts heavy, market dull and weak. Kansas City quiet. The number of hogs received was pretty good for the liret day's market, but the quality was mean. Packers sorted tho hogs offered, taking the best at 4 cents. The rest were peddled out to speculators at almost any price. About everything was sold and the pens pretty well cleaned up. Top $4.00, bulk $3.758 90. Chicago was quoted active and a shade lower; tops $4.35, bulk 4.00. Kansas City uneven; bulk S-L10. WICHITA LIVE ST00K MAEKET. Wi...

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. — 7 October 1890

-r" Site tSttic&iia Ipailg gaglc: gucsiTag pforating, rtpltti: 7, 1890. M M. Mt'HDOCK, I rtttor. BEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JLbTlCE. Albert H norton . ShRwxe county corri&oK. l,ynian TJ. Humphrey . Montcomery county L1ELTW.AST 00 EIlOIt. A. J. Felt.... . omaha county BECUETAIVV OF STATE William Hlcclns Shawnee county bTATL TnEAhUHEB. S Q Stover .. . Republic county ATTOllNET CEMIRAU L B. Kelloec . Lya county bTATr bUi Iuti:sdbj.t GesrceW loans Geary county STATfc AUDITOK. C. II. llovey . Thomas conty I OH CONGItr5 JAMES R I1AU.OW KLU or Sedgwick Ctmnt For tho State Legislature. J2d nistrlct-Oearee L. Douclas. M DIstrlct-h W7 PMIHim. SUh DMrlct-J 1 Heiile County Officers rrobate Tudce-W T. Boekner. t ounty AttornpT-W . Morris fieri. DIMrlct iWt-Chafi HM.ullns Superintendent l'ubllc Instruction D S Pence C ommlsMoncr rirkt District II C smith COL. HALLOWBLL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon J. It. Hallowoll , Republican candi date for congro-';, w ill of the iSeenth district dates follo...

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. — 7 October 1890

hc WLxtMix gailij gagle: gitesctmj Slarwhtg, citf&cr 7. 1890. 5 h k9 l " 'j ll.M.MDRnorK. I R-P. Mrnroric. Editor. Business Manner. M. It MTJED00K & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters jvrtalnlnjr to tho bu!nr of the print ing department or bindery, or for adrertUInc should be Addressed to the business manner or other communications to the editor. The only dally paper In "outhn etem Karmn or the Arkan&n Valley rpcoivlne lxrth the day and alcht Awwolate Press Reports In full. lEKMRorncnorKinios daiitpaole. In AdTance Potace Prepaid n&lJr, one copy one xmr W Dally, one conr. fix months. - 0? Dally, one copy, three month. . 3 S Dally, one copy, one month . Three time a week, any dars desired, pory'r . 4 03 Three time a week, any dayn desired, Mx mo. . 2 M Sunday Edition, 16 pases, one copy, one year 2 fO bunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, sit months. 1 'RKEKL.rZAOLK. One copr. one Tear fl 00 One copy. Mr month J Remittance may be made at our rink, either by dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 7 October 1890

t-lafr-itxsf"zp 6 gfa WlMiftx Daittj gagle: "gocs-fag ptorMug, tfotna: 7, 1 890. ,Ja(fr THE DEERING MOWKK. John T. Kelly & Co , agents for Deering & Co., had offered a mower for the best five bushels of wheat at the fair. In the Kward of premiums by mistake the mat ter was overlooked. This may be explained by the fact, however, that the mower was not on the grounds. Tne mower, how ever, is referred to as a dandy and the Sumner county farmer getting it will, no doubt, often think of his fine wheat and prize. HAS IXTS OF MONEV. Mr. J. H. Stewart of Peabody, of the Doyle Lumber company, spent yesterday in the city and gave it out that some of the .fellows in his town want to see Joe Young and Asland Wilkes trot a few lines by their own sweet selves. As an induce ment to see the show they will put up for Young $5,000, provided Asland's friends put up the same amount. The race to bo run on the Emporia track within thirty days. He made the talk among some of the boys. It is not kn...

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. — 7 October 1890

O' xz WLirtv&xt pretty w$U: xwstTvttj looming, rflibzv 7, 1890. y V WOMAN AND HOME. UNIQUE KEEPSAKE MADE BY A DOT ING MOTHER FOR HER BOY. Pecuniary Servitude of YVItcs Tlio TTom. nnly ffonun-Saluda Tor Tanners' Ta bleii Effect of Education on Women. A Child's Ailments. Speaking of babies, said a lady the other day, a baby boy of my acquaintance will possess some day if he lives a treasure in the shape of a book prepared for him by his mother and entitled, "Baby's King dom." In the first place, hhe herself is an oddity, always thinking of and doing something nobody else ever did. The child Was very popular wheie he lived. When he was born the fond parents had birth cards printed and mailed to their friends, unnouncinK his arrival, name and weight, rioral offerings, telegrams and letters of congratulation began coming in thick and fart. When the babe was 1 month old tho mother procured a large book, which through her ingenuity has become a treas ure. She cut out the pagf". insulti...

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. — 7 October 1890

-f -ajjWBPfBWW S itWXtWsx Ipaxfoj gsajle: gisttaij pCDMiiiig, ctotrer. 7, 1890. A BIG LOT OF Will be pnt on sale at 10 o'clock tliis morning. Price 15c Bach. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita ORGLA.N RECITAL AT TILK FIRST M. E. CHURCH, Under the Auspices of the Epworth Leajruc, by the Celebrated Con cert Organist, Frank Taft of IN" ov York City. Wednesday Evening, Oct. 8th. ADMISSION CO CENTS Scat for sale at Hyde & Hurable's book btore and C. r. Champion's. CRATVTOItD GRAND o o I- 31. CiiAWFonDManaEer ONE NIGHT ONLY. TUESDAY, : OCTOBER : 7TH. LILLY CLAY'S Colossal Gaiety Compiiy Io a Grand Tripple Bill. Beauty in Duaveland, Itobin Hood, and the Oriental Extraviganza Antony and Cleopatra. 3 X BIG SHOWS IN ONE '-, 3 " KEA l7KKTATE. (Furnished by tbo Deam Abstract Co.1) The following transfers of real estate were filed for record in tbo oflico of tho reuister of deeds. Charles W Smith to D F Nixon and II W Harris 2 4 6 8 Baockiugridge ave J'ilot Grove add iv d $ 1 GuMave Heiman...

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 October 1890

Kans. Historical Society! w WHOLE NO. 1999. WICHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S, 1S90. TOL. XIII, NO 122. V V '.A AN OVATION GIVEN THE PRESI DENT ALONG THE ROUTE. Touching Scent at the President's Childhood Home in, Indiana. Peeling Addresses in Acknowledgment of His Cordial and Enthusi astic "Welcome Ten Thousand Indianians Await the Ar rival of the President's Party at Terre Haute Scones and Iu cidents of the Day'a Journey. f NonTn Vfrvon-, Tntl MOct 7 Today his been one of oation for thechief magistrate of the nation. Kentuck, Ohio and Indiana have joined in doing him homage, and in the hind of Dixie the greeting w as no less warm than in the natie state of the presi dent It was hardly more than d.ij brenk when the president's train passed through Newport ind Covington, but the president was up and bowed his acknowledgements to the bristling, enthusiastic Kentuckians that ciowdcdthc depots .is the train passed through Cincinnati was reached it7W u m , and here Hon John C...

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 October 1890

2 &e Wddxiii 3patg gaglc: WLtfaitsfax pfotutng. cWfer S, 1890- WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. "Wichita. Kan., Oct. t. -Tho highest temperature was 70, the lowest tip to 7 p. in. was 43, and the mean 00, with cooler, partly cloudy weather, and light winds in the morning followed in the afternoon by brink south erly winds, with falling barometer. Last year on Oct. 7, the highest tem perature was GS, the lowest 40, and the mean 54, and two years ago the cor responding teuiporatures wore 72, 41, and 50 s. Fr.F.D L. Johnson. Observer. War Depaitoii-nt. Washington, D. C, Oct. 7, 8 p. in. Forecast until 8 p. m. Wednesday: For Kansas Fair weather, followed by showers; southerly shifting to northweht erly winds; cooler Thursday morning. For Missouri Fair weather: southwest erly winds; stationary temperature. CATHOLICS IN CONVENTION. Washington, Oct. 7. The convention of the Catholic Young Men' National union began this morning with high inn at St Patrick's church. In the chnncel of the...

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 October 1890

ifo SKicMta Sails gajcjfe: MwTttestla. pimmtg, rtxtoer 8, 1890 w VJ V ft r WICHITA MAEEETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 24 hours 225 Cattle, 1050 Hoars. Shipments 18 Cattle, 202 Hogs. The receipts of cattle at the yards today were not very heavy. There wore very few good cattle on the market, the offer ings consisting largely of cows and heifers. A few Rood feeders bold for prsttygood prices, and cue bunch of Texas cows and heifers, good quality, brought a good price. Culk and canners sold for almost any price. The market was weak and uncertaiu. Chicago steady; prices un changed. Kansas City 10 cents lower. The receipt of hogs was good and about everything was sold. The quality was a little better than yesterday. Good hoes hohlreadily.it fair prices. Mexicos were 30 cents lower than yesterday. The market all through was draggy and life less. Chicago cloed 5 to 10 cents lower. Kansas City opened firm, closed dull 5 to 10 cents lower. Bulk H35. WIC...

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 October 1890

4 JxcWlxdtttx.Qttibz gpujtc: SgUffajescTatj fjXomhtQ, ttcrtm' S, 1890. m . iH'unocrc. TMItnr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. cninr justice. Albert H. Horton Shawnee county OOVKltNOlt. Lyman U. Hnmphroy Montgomery county ULUTKNAXT GOVEItNOIL A.J. FoK 'emaba county SRCItKTAKY OF STATE. IVilllam Hlcguis Shawnee county HTATK TltBASUKBB. S.G.6tovw llcpaMIc county ATTOKKKY CSNliltAL. L. B. KoBees Lyoncouaty STATU bUl-BHl.VTF.SUB.ST. Oearge W. UImuh Oenry county hTATIl AL'IMTOll. C.M.Hovev Thomas county For Co.vonuss. JA5IBS It. HALI.OWKLL. of Sedgwick County. For tho State Legislature. f?d District OeoreeTi. nouirtos. KM Dtetrlet-E. " I'hilHi.s. Hih Dkrict-J. V.. Henley. County Officer. Trobate .Twice W. T. Huekmr. ( ounty Attorney-W. s. Mortis lerk DiHtrict CoHrt-CJmK. H. Laltae. huporlnteiKlout Piihlk: Instrwtlon .1). S Commlsbloaor Kirut District 11. C. Stult COL. HALLOWBLI.'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. R. Hallowell, Republican candi dnte for congress, will .'iddreijes the voters of tbe Seventh d...

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. — 8 October 1890

Jpe Wxtteto. grify K$t: Mettucsiliuj ptarachig, (BdoUt 8. 1890. k LV V 31. M. Jlcnnorir. I K. p. Mrnnorrc, Editor. 1 BuMness Mauazcr. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlne to the builne w of the prlnt Jnc department or bindery, or tor arlronlslnc FlionM be addresod to tho hnslnoss manasor or other communlcftt Ions to the editor. Tho only dally paper In Southwestern Kna or tho Arkansas Valley receiving both the day ana nl-t Associate Prens Reports In full. tumr or suns kiptiok haii.t eagle. In Advance Postaco Prepaid. Pallv, one copy on, vear TJ JO Dally, one copy, k!x months- JJ: Dally, one copy, threo months J' Dally, one copy, one month .. ... ; - Three, times a wept, any dav desired, per y r .. 4 00 Threo times a vreek, any days desired, six mo... 2 .0 Sunday Edition, 16 paces, ono copy, ono year. . 2 m faunday Edition, 10 paces one copy, sir months. 1 - Whl.KLV -AULL. rnecopr, one year W J3 Onecopy. six months.. Remittance miy be made at pur...

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. — 8 October 1890

'T'f "." "ghe W. icMta Jpailtj gagle: MjetXwestTag fjfowuhig, rfxrtVjrc 8, 1890. DEESS WITH A EISIOKT. WHAT THE SOLDIERS WORE IN THE OLD COLONIAL DAYS. How Tart of I ho Uniform Haf Survived to the Present Day The Orisrln of the Uluo and BfT and What the IUHoruen AVoreu In tlio colonial days the militia -wore the dress that they had inherited from England. Three, at least, of those cos tumes have survived to the pi vent day. One ia that worn by the City 'troop, of Philadelphia. Modifications, it is true, have been made in the hat from time to time, but they have been in derail of form, and not at all in character. The uniform was and is one of the handsom est that was ever worn by a soldier. There is a coinpanyiu Hartford which still wears scarlet coats and the hat of the last century, whicm call to mind the British Grenadiers and tho soldiers of Frederick the Great, In Richmond, Va., there is a company that wears an abominable hat, invented in the time of tho Stuarts, and pojissinr ...

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. — 8 October 1890

fa WLithiiit ga gaglje: 5jecTtts(Taij jBLmnxtig, oitftcz 8, 1890. 1 k v r JINNY. Bho bed o paw npr maw Ner any blood ni.lnt thet's huccome u happaaed Tho. wo all took her in, A poor, peaked little orittor, lied headed, palo au' thin. Six boya Uiar wiw o' we uns. An' pap ho UMsd to 'gna Thet live of us wus likely As you would wi&h to see. An" one of us wus slowly. An' thet thar one wus rno. An' Jinny used to plep mo Fer beia bijj an' loan. All hands nn' feet an' freckles, Th thickest ever seen; Bho Jedged 'twas only sunburn Kept me from lookin' green. First off 1 didn't mind it. Them funniu' ways of hern, But when she took to growta Like a slim young foreaX fern An' did her bur up on top, why Her jokes begun to burn. I knowed I wasn't nothln' Set off 'ginsrt Johu an' Jim, An' Uud well, he was sightly. An' Ted I looked at him, An' sensed bia ciutnee with Jinny WU8 big an' mine wus aluo. So I 'lowed to never mention now much I heered for her; Cue I jedge to pine in secret It pose r...

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. — 8 October 1890

a 'gWmicltitK ailij ftacrte: WLc&ucsiXa pCorniug, thrtter 8, 1890. A BIG LOT -OP- IVill be put on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. Price 15c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita CnA."WlrOD GRAND o . o-y.M. L. CRAwronn, Manae G -:- SIX JflGHTS -: 0 Commenclnc Monday Kreuliur, October 13 THE GIFTED ACTOR. NEWTON BEERS, In Brand nnd realistic product Ions. ThccrreaU oct of great plays correctly costumed and Maged. MONDAY, LOUIS XT. Mr. livers as King Lewis TUESDAY, CT11CUS JlIBEll. Mr. Beers as Dawdleasey "WEDNESDAY, IAGOX. Mr. Beers as The Strangler THURSDAY, EXOCJT AJiDEX. Mr. Iieern as Enoch Arden FRIDAY, WILD OATS. Mr. IJeors as Jack Rover SATURDAY, LOST IX LOXDOX. Mr. Ileers as Job Armtoyd Price. 2ft. STi and 0e. No extra charge for reserved H .it, now on naif st Im)k oIIIi-m, Doors tjxHi at T .W. ciiiihIii rli-p? promptly at 8:15. SPECIAL SCENERY. GfUFKI Sc WILCOX, Proprietors anil Managers ORGAN RECITAL FIRST 11." CHURCH, Tudor the Auspices of the Epwortli Lunelle, by ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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