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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 November 1890

"'IHHHEfliH" vfD 1 I 1 ,T fwis. Historic! Socya VOL. XIII, NO 144 WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING-, NOVEMBER 2, 1890.-TWELVE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 2021. ',i THE POLITICAL BATTLE rBACTI CALLY CLOSED. Mr. Blaine Winds Up the Pennsyl vania Campaign at the Quaker City. An Eloquent Appeal for Harmony and Support of the Party Ticket A Hand some Endorsement of Harrison. Hallowell Finishes His Campaign for Con gress Last Night A Joint Dis cussion at Junction City Be tween Colonel Phillips and John Davis. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 1. Secretary Blaine arrived from Washington at 1 o'clock this afternoon. An enthusiastic crowd cheered him as he stepped from the Pennsylvania station, and no received a great ovation later in the afternoon as he appeared upon the stage of the Academy of iMusic to address the Republican mass meeting. The spacious building was crowded to the doors, and hundreds were unable to gain admission. Mr. Blaine was accompanied by several members of his family and Postmaster General ...

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. — 2 November 1890

" "'H5Alti,l"W5. 'VM '"ikisMf" lp&J&tlJF&3tii?ik UH ' 'tt' ps'T1, Site 3iticMia gaily gagl: nuitau gftjaxufug, 'gwcmbtx 2, 1890, WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Knn., Nov. L Tho highest temperature was 72, the Jowest 40 o, and the mean 50, with warmer cloudless weather, lower pressure, gentle northwest winds. Last year, on Nov. 1, the highest tem perature was 40, the lowest 35, and the mean SS, and two years ago tho corres ponding temperatures were 78, C3 and 10. PnED L Jonxsox, Observer. WAnDEPAHTJIEKT.WABHIKGrOX, D. C, Nov. 1, 8 p. ni. Forecast until 8 p. m. Saturday: For Missouri and Kansas Fair and caoler till Monday night. ABILENE RACES. ABILEKE, Kans., Nov. 1. The fall race meeting closed this afternoon after four days of successful racing. The chief fea ture of today was the match race between Nettie C, and Patsy Curtis, in the last heat of which the latter lowered the state 2-year-old record of 2:34 to 2:81'. The meeting has been profitable throughout, ...

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. — 2 November 1890

i, - ppe WLxthiiK gailg xgU: j&mfliqj Ittmm.xremcr 2, 1890 J 'FINANCE AND COMMERCE WIOHTTA MAEKETS. Hecelpts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 24 hours 42 Cattle, 658 Hops. Shipments No Cattle, 030 Hoirs, 4 Horses. The supply of cattle today was light and everything that, was on the market was gold. Good feeding steers sold well at from $2.40 to $2.55 The supply of butchers' cattle was limited and the market closed firm. The hog receipts were good for closing day. Most of the trading was done early and the pens were about all cleaued up be fore closing time. One load of hogs were forwarded. The bulk of the hogs was taken by the local packers at yesterday's prices. The week just past has shown larger receipts than any other week of the month. Prices have fluctuated very little during tho week, and the market on good hogs has been about steady. The market on light hogs and pigs has gone off badly owing to the demand for this class of hogs being supplied. 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. — 2 November 1890

--y. C'.'VXi(OTy,l,ar;-!)ggB,,i.1gl'r7TOTiiTO 32Ixje SJicWta Jpaxlij gagk: mttlaij &crrmttg 0jwm&jes 2, 1890. 3r m. writDOCK, j.-me,r. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JCSTICE. Albert n.Horton Shawnee county GOVXHNOK. Lyman U. Humphrey Montgomery county 1AKVTZSAST GOVERNOR. A.J.Felt .........Nein&ha county fiLCRETARY OF STATE. "William Uictrlns Shawnee connty STATE TREASURER. E.G.Storer Republic county ATTORNEY1 GENERAL. L.B. Kellogg Lyon county STATE SCrERINTENDENT. Georce W. WInaim Geary county bTATE AUDITOR. C.M.HoTCr Thomas county For coxcnnssu JAMES n. IIALLOWELU of Sedgwick County. For tho State Legislature. T2A District Ocorse I. Douglass. SM Dlstrlct-E. W. Phillips. Mlh Diurict-J. E. llcnley. County Officers. Probate Judce "W. T. Buclcncr. Cocnty Attorney W. S. Morris Clerk District Court Clias. II. Lullnc. Superintendent Public lntrucUo' 1. S. Pence. Commluloner Flrnt District H. C. Smith. A vote forJere against Wichita. Simpson is a vote If visionary cranks and n...

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. — 2 November 1890

"55J?" pe WLidxitK glailij ga-gle: J ltirtlaij xrnratg; fjoiawljei: 2. 1890. 5 U.M.llCRDorK, I K'P.MrnnorK, Editor. I Business Slanaser. M. M, MUBDOOK & BEO. Pnblishers and Proprietors. For theZaclc A KEMIMSCENCE OF 1886. Pn ronr. on ye ar One copv, kIx months. All letter prta)nlnc to the business of the print ing department or bindery, or for ndrcrtislnc eboald be addressed to the bnslness manaser or other communications to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Knnsas or the Arkansas Valley recelrlns both the day and alffht Associate Press Reports In full. lEajiKorproRCHirTioviiAii.rTiAGix. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pllv, one copv one vear s 21 Pally, one copy, lrmonths J" Pally, one copy, three months - "J Pally, one copy, one month TJirte times n -week, any days drslreA. vrr y'r. .. 4, m Three time a week, nnr days desired. lx mo... 5 SO Sunday Ed Won, 16 paces, one copy, one year.... 2 TO Sunday Edition. 16 paces, one copy, six months. 1 25 WM.M.V EAOLC Jim so R...

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. — 2 November 1890

ESEZI32EZI $ftje micjiita Ipailij gag!: Jtwtoj fPimtiiKj, Ifxwimtuje 2, 1890. HAloLOWKLT. OR SIMPSON-TVHICU AND WHY. To the Editor of the Eazle. As a Republican, who is tinctured with resubmission sentiments, aud out of liuinorwitli the "McKinley bill," I assert that the failure on the part of Kansas to return to congress a full delegation of Republicans to both houses will give a full nnd free warrant to all men to "hack and hew" candidates next year, and weaken the party for the struggle of 1S92, which, by all signs, will bo memorable in the history of American politics, and every state will bo a battle-ground, from the eastern to the western sea-board, from the lakes to the gulf. . . At the risk of wearying your readers, 1 desire to give my individual views on the "congressional campaign," my reasons for supporting Hallowell, and my opin ion why the Republicans should Btand bv him, and lastly, why Wichita "should be for him. Every reason I give, is applicable to every dis trict 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. — 2 November 1890

pSSwp5BwB?swpir! &fce WlkMixgzxlj'gixQle:gixMx)iWlBmxxxg, ftoxrjemtrei;. 2, 1890, i; i i ', ( P , Sflfaic- w COLUMBUS DISCOVERED. THE MAN WHO FOUND AMERICA RUN TO EARTH BY BILL NYE. Tfa Notorious Genoese Surprised While In a Waxy State and Only Partly Clothed. Benjamin Franklin's Burglarious Ten dencies at Last Czposed. Copyright, 1890, by Edjrar W. Nye. Wandering nbout the other day and waiting for Otero to como forth and dance at tho Eden JIusee, the manager said, all of a sudden, as he noticed that I was being mistaken for a new wax figure, and that I seemed embarrassed by tho way people, especially strangers, 4lr&v - . cxAMStR or hoaroksJ MvTxr ' 1pK Oil J1 W fp III VjMyjffcS try' m,mm WW am wl i 11 TAKEN FOR WAX were feeling of me and wondering if I were hollow: "Como up stairs with me. I want to show you something. Did you over go into the work room where was figures are made?' "No." ' Well, take the elevator with me. Otero will not danoe yet for an hour and you can se...

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. — 2 November 1890

iMlip i7jTl IflujjwiSlH II HMJI " IIIHMg Mj 8 fit WLithxtH fpailij fpujle: jRmtfcqj pCfficmttg, muemtra 2, 1890 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AVE. 103 TO 109 II r j DOUGLAS AYE. K t i ha rvx V-V ruu r MW1X1 J ? . ft Five Hundred Dollars in Presents Donated to Our Patrons Deeember 31, 1890. The Grandest, Most Useful and Handsome Lot of Presents ever Shown. Nothing done by Halves. "When we do anything we do it right, and our customers get the Greatest Benefit ever offered in the State of Kansas. Below we give you a list of the valuable present we give away. Grand Double Reed and Double Cooper Organ, the very best made, given away December 31. 1890. Valued at $90. Singer Sewing Machine, latest improvements, five drawers and all attachments to be given away December 31, 1890. Valued at $60. bHHHHHHH Bed room suit, 3 pieces, bed stead, wash stand and dresser, 16th century finish, to be given away December 31, 1890. Valued at $60. Tilting silver pitcher with gold lined goblet, jnven 2 away December ...

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. — 2 November 1890

feiiyPtrw ime'mym'mf PART TWO WICHITA DAILY PAGES 9-12 WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1890. THE EAGLE. ii 1 I r Jr f!mM wrmmr J tW m-COLLISIONS AND COLLTJ SIOWS. By NELL KELSON. Illustrated by Mrs. JESSIE OTJETIS SHEPAED. "Oh! how good tho fire feels," said Miss Brown, as she rolled over on the soft Persian rug and presented her left shoulder J.o the open grate. She lay with her elbows on the floor, her chin in her hands and her feet crossed, purring like some regenerated cat as she toasted herself a bright scar let. "Oh! how good it feels," sho repeated, gazing into the glowing coals through the iron bars of the grate and recrossing her neatly slippered feet. "Tho best fire that ever blazed. If I ever get a home of my own 111 have a grate in every room and a roaring fire in every grate nine months in the j'ear. If there was nothing else in life but hot coffee, hot water and a hot fire it would still be worth living. "Coffee is tho best thing that ever went down a human...

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. — 2 November 1890

'L Pee mxdxit-A gaily n(fit: itmTag fptowim, gtawmtar. 2, 1890. 10 This lady iiaa qtnetlj entered the car by ono door as Henry Henshall, power less in tho grasp of Detective Burns, was ejected through the other. She was dressed in an elaborate light silk go'wn, totally inappropriate for traveling-, sad over a dainty little theatre bonnet was pinned a heavy dark veil that completely covered her face. Beneath the veil w&3 the tear stained countenance of Lena Henshall, who had been aroused by the tragic oppression of Edna Crawford'e face into thinking there was perhaps somo ono else as unhappy as herself. Ttto hours before, when Honry Hen shall left his young wife for the pursuit of his fascinating ideal, Lena had wan dered aimlessly up and down her little parlor, a prey to bHtor meditations. Sick at heart from brooding over her hus band's neglect and tho thoughts of a lonely and loveless future., she called So ftlt Edna Crawford, etttlng with boyotd iwad. Mrs. Smith ana announced ...

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. — 2 November 1890

g'miWwu'ywnr 11 . i K k CONCERNING QUARRELS. AN INTERESTING DISSECTION OF THE SUBJECT BY MRS. LESLIE. Q nan-eli of Lorem Women's Qnarrels. Quarrel 'of Friends ComradoxUIp Be tween Man and Woman Difference Be tween His Mode of Quarreling and Biers. Copyright by American Press Association. I have said a good deal at one time and another about friendship, claiming for it perhaps the highest place in the scale of the happiness of life not, mind you, of the pleasures of life, for the delirium of love brings a rapture which friend ship never attains. But on the other hand all love is of the nature of la grippe. It seizes vivaciously, it clings tenaciously, it rapidly attains a domi nation over the whole being, before which every other sensation pales, and then it vanishes. Its rise is position, it attains its climax, during which some victims expire, and all fancy they are going to, and then tlien it begins to disappear, slips from ono hold to an other, and finally leaves the system worn,...

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. — 2 November 1890

r r f V ?Ixe ISlicIixf a plctily gagfe: tmtfeg p&mhg, llmxemfrer 2, 1890. 12 GREAT SPEECH OF COL. J. R. HALLOWELL, Republican Candidate for Congress, At Garden City, Kansas, Octo ber 7th, 1890. Fellow Citizens: This salutation Is also Intended for the ladies. They are my fellow citizens; and dnoo Jerry Simpson hsjs declared against continuing the pensions of our deceased comrades to their depeadent widows and rpbam, if the ladies could vote, I would defeat him by more than fifty thousand majority. (Laughter and applause.) THE CANDIDATES. The so-called people's party at their Great Bend convention nominated Mr. Simpson for Congress. Our friends of the Democratic party aet at Pratt City and passed a resolution declaring it inexpedient to nominate a can didate. The vote upon this resolution Btood thirty nine against to forty five for, of the latter number ten of them were cast by one delegate from Sumner county, he being the only delegate present from that county. Upon the passage ...

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 November 1890

, "--,-, " - ."-.--- ".-.- '-S-T! tsb.-. ,.-- r- weviVlfltgnwip' 'tWIlJWlH-' T1 yfJWHWH "' ' """TJWr',yg 'W V" "" W JhMit Kn. HUtocK Soctots 1 lflllVHHBHrSBHBvpillBM' vf) i T 1 T I tmHWPHia"g EaftK Y I VOL. XIII, NO 145. WICHITA KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 2022. t i) HI CHESSES AKD ESTIMATES FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. Tha Political Complexion of the tat Iloiise as Figured by Both National Committees. Gen. Palmed Oh&nces in the State of IUL nois The Iowa Republicans Confi dent of Redeeming the State. The Republicans of 'Wisconsin Hopeful of Victory Over the Bourbon Combina tion Against the Bennett School Law An Exodus of Pub lic Officers from the National Capitalx "Washington, Nov. 3. The congress ionnl committees have about completed their campaign work, and have figured out the possible results of tomorrow's election The Democratic committee estimates the Democratic majoiity in the house at thirty. In this estimate are included all the districts claimed...

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 November 1890

xt WLitWi a failg $ti IpocscTatj f&mthxQ, mcmbtt 4, 1890, WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigvai. Office. Wichita. Kan.. Nov. 3. The highest temperature was 57, the lowest 24, and the mean 40, with cloudless weather, high pressure in the morning and very cold weather, followed Ijy rising temperature and falling barome ter; light northwesterly to brisk westerly nnd fresh southerly winds. The tempera ture in the morning was '24. Last year, on Nov. 3, the highest tem perature was 54, the lowest 32, and the mean 43, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 71, 43s and 57. Fred L. .Tohxsok, Observer. Owing to the interest taken in tomor row's election the weather indications for every section, of the country are given: Wak Dei'Aktmkkt, Washington. D. C, Nov. 3, 8 p. ni. Forecast until S p. m. Tuesday: For Maine and New Hampshire Fair; BUghtly cooler, westerly wind. For Vermont Fair, followed by light rainB; stationary temperature; northwest erly winds. For Massachusetts, Connecticut ...

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. — 4 November 1890

!(&mgmm J&e TOtMia gailtj gaglc: ajestlag omiUg, fjjfanrotfaK 4, 1390 ( , fV TflOHITA HABKET& Receipts of Live Stock at theTJnion Stock Yards during the past 48 hours l,e28 Cattle, 700 Hogs. Shipments 1,232 Cattle, 224 Hogs. The receipts of cattle for the past forty fcight hours have been hoavy. The bulk o the receipts were range cattle, most all of which went out in first hands. The cattle market has been steady; a few feeders changing hands and the local butcher de mand being about all that was done. The market closed steady with fair demand for good stuff at strong prices. The bog receipts were fair for Monday. The quality was good. The local packing demand took about all the good medium hogs that were offered. Some heavies were bought for shipment. Good hogs were strong at Saturday's figures, but pigs and squealers were blow at poor prices. One load of extra fine hogs brought $.'5.90, with bulk at $3.82r. Some late loads were beld over. Market closed stxady. WICHITA ...

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 November 1890

3lxe Wtxttxiiit a fpujls: yxtsdw$ &mmr owsmb&v 4 189 0. r ?t -vt. MtntDOrtC. rdltwr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JKSTICE. jUlxrt n. Korton Shawnee county covxuxoir. Lyman U. Humphrey Mont comery county MEUTBf ANT OOVEKXOK. A.J. Felt Xcmaha county bECnUTAUY OF BTATE. SVilllam Hicclas Shawnee county BTATE TREASL'IlEB. fa.G. Stover. KcpuMIc county ATTOIuniV OESHUAL. 1.B.KcHok Lyoncounty STATE SDrETtlNTEXUKXT. George W.WInanfi Geary county feTATE AUIIITOIU C.SnHorey Thomas county FOK Coxgktss. JAMKS K. HALLOWKLU ot Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. FM District GenrreT,. Douglass. Kid Illrtrict K. W. Phillips. 4ih Dlfcirict-J. E. Jlcnley. County Officers. J'rolNito.Tndce W. T. IJuckncr. ornty Attorney W. 8. Jlorrte flcrfc District Cmirt-Chaa. H. LnlJnir. Superintendent Public Inntructlo'i n. P. Pence . wnmliudoner Klnt District U. C. Smith. Let Wichita stand by "Wichita to a man. today, The available balance in the United SUites treasury, Oct. 31, was 503,857,301. Ka...

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. — 4 November 1890

w&Pfi& fce WLxdxiht aifrj gagle: gnestTagPfomhrg, gCmweuifiw 4. 1 890. 5 J'' tt II. M. llunnoric. Kdltor. 11. T Vmnocrc. jrusincwi aianazcr. M. It MU1D00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All lrttr pcrtalntns lo the bnnlncss of th prlnt 'nc department or bindery, or lor advertising sliould be addrreiied to the bnMneas manager or othxr communication to the editor. Tho only dally paper In Southwestern Knwi or the Arkansas alley recelvinz both tho day and night Associate Press Reports In full. 2EIUIP OK BUBSCRIPTIOK DAILV B A.GLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. PrIIv. one copy oni ver ... ..TW Dally, one copy, six months M Dally, one copy, three month. 2 J? Dally, one copy, one month ... Three time a weelt, any dav desired, per yr .. 4 01 Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 .7) Sunday Edition, IK pwR, one copy, one year. ... 2 00 bucday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, six months. 1 2j WEEKLY KAQLK. Onerojw.one rear $1 JO One copv, six months. . . ... 50 nrmliiinu ...

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. — 4 November 1890

xt WLxtlxxfa Jpailij gitcjfe: guesttaj jvmix7 tmzm'bzv4f 1890, KILLhD HIS WIFE'S SLAYER. A Tragedy Which Hat Brought Sorrow to a Happy Home. Crime has its fashion as well as dress. One criminal perpetrates a murder under circumstances 'which ama.e tho peoplo quite as much as they shock them, because the motive seems inadequate; other men of criminal tendencies ore infected by the example and imitate the crime. For the lost two or three years the sensational feature has been the killing of women by discarded lovers, jealous or dis satisfied h u s b ands, brutal par entsandthe like; and of XAXGDOX. all such murders none recent ly reportcdwas.Lii.'oDo.v seems more cruel and senseless, more pitiful and heartbreaking to thbafflictedthan there cent shooting of Mrs. W. M. Langdon by John "W. Grand Mound, la. Mrs. Langdon was Miss Ella Smith, daughter of Mr. George Smith, a well-to-do contractor of MadiBon, Wis. W. M. Langdon is the son of a wealthy man and himself well educated and well fi...

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. — 4 November 1890

m tpp fnm" . 1 J' I. 3S&e mirtnix g ailijgagje: ncstlay WLantmQ, ovtmbtt 4, X890. fSIRSBEglP AJN LSirEAKCE AGENT. BOME OF HIS TRIALS AND TROUBLES WITH CUSTOM ERa Women Ho the Beat "Work Diplomacy and a Hard Heart Ncccsiarjr to Success. Difficulty in Securing Xcir lilj.ks Pre miums Is Small Sums. Anions the many thousand bread wln nera of this big city thore is no class whero success depends so entirely upoa the merit of tho worker alone, and whero outside in fluence has so little control, as in what is known as the industrial insurance busi ness. Here the worker is judged by results only. His personality, what ho can do and what he may bo able to do in the future are never taken into consideration. What he has done, that, and that alone, is all that is ever looked at, and all that is ever paid for. Tho industrial insurance agent comes and goes as regularly as the weeks roll by, gathering in the nickels, the dimes and the dollars, and ever on the alert to write up new policies. A...

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 November 1890

8 'fee WLitJxiix jpaxltt; fiftgte: Sniscfcaj $&mmg, fjtoimBox 4 t.890. mi iv L-sr r ;AKlH POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. IT. 8. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889 A BIG LOT -OF- WCOLLA Will "be put on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. Price 18c Bach. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main. Wichita AMUSEMENTS.- rl IlAWTOnD.GRANu o j 0 L. SI. CiiAwroiiD, Manner TO-NIGnT! TO-NIGHT! In Itesponse to Numerous Requests, SPECIAL : APPEAltAXCE OF s I ALEXANDER ALVIN -AS- Don Caisor de Bozan I SPECIAL NOTICE. Elhctlnn Keturns will be rood from the stage be tween the nets of the play. This w 111 affoi d the only opportunity of hearing tho full loto publicly an nounced. c RAWFORD ORAND. o -o L. M. CHAwronD, Manoac By special nrrancemrnt Mr, L. M, Crawford will present on Friday and Niturdav, Xo ember 7 and 8. the blstlunulshed Actress. MAUD GRANGER . And her own company under the management of MR. IV". M. WILKINSON, Friday Evening First pres...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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