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

THE WICHITA DAILY PABT TWO PAGES Mi WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1890. ' EAGLE. MATS HEROIC CHAEGE. A THRILLING EXPLOIT AT RESACA DE LA PALMA. Taylor' Men, Fighting Bravely bnt Out nnmbcred, Saved by a Forlorn Hope. A Cavalry Charge Forward and Back. Brilliant Daring at the Cannon's Mouth. Copyright by American Press Association. J' , APT. CHARLES '.ax. alo.x'o caval ry charge on the Mexican batteries at Resaca de la Palma holds a con spicuous place among deeds of daring. It was not a grand military movement, but was born of a cri sis, was tnougnc of in a twinkling and executed with Eudden dash. Yet it turned the tide of battle and doubtless deter mined the result SZi of the whole cam paign. When Gen. Zachary Taylor took up his bold stand on the Rio Grande and opened the Mexican war, telling the Mexican com mander that he sbould maintain a block ado of the river until his government or dered him to quit; that if the Mexican au thorities could not control their ferocio...

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. — 9 November 1890

10 xt Wtidxiiit Jpailxj uqXc: JJiratJaij 1$.ajttutt& QsvimbcK 9. 1 890 WOaia. a.i HOME. HOW THE FAIR WOMEN OF PARIS GO OUT ON RAINY DAYS. Points on Xnnsinjj Armenian TVoraen. Training "Women's "Waists Mother the Itcst Doctor Complexion Jleautlflerg. Good Thoughts for l'alr Headers. On somber and rainy days the half rich woman, who has only 200,000 francs in come, goes out in her carriage; the valiant work girl, who must protect her poor shawl, hhoes and stockings for economy's sake, gets into an omnibus; the little bour geoise lady, for whom cant is an ideal, would believe herself disgraced if she went out otherwise than in a fiacre; but the grande Parisionue goes out ou foot. The grande Parisienne! that is to say, to what ever circle of society she may belong, the woman truly beautiful and elegant, the woman liberally supplied witli physical gifts; she whoso drcfes, hair, attitude, bold and simple hat and tight fitting but not small gloves are harmonized like the work of a grea...

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. — 9 November 1890

fr -T& KJ ?" f f 5 - glie tSUtixIxifa; Jpaittj Ipujfo j rmttiaj IJtcrmiitg, fpfoixemlttr 9. 1890. It f OF THE liOUbEKEEPEE. tOME SOUND COMMON SENSE FROM MRS. CARSON. The IIouso and lis Fittings Are Made for tho Family, Not tho Family for the House Do Jfot Constantly Try to lrin Isli Your Work. Copyrizht by American Press Association. There are housekeepers and house keepers. There are housekeepers who keep House too much, housekeepers who keep nouso too little and housekeepers who do not keep house at all. There are also housekeepers who keep house for the sake of the house and housekeepers who keep house for the sake of the .house keeping. With so great a variety there must also be a wide difference of opinion as to which housekeeper is the best one. Housekeepers of today cannot go wrong for lack of instruction. If an ything they are instructed too much. They are in structed to death, so to speak, for if all the precise and detailed directions con tinually hurled at tho head of...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 November 1890

5 12 'gixt WLxrtaia. Jpitilij fptaje: '"j&wtTaitj l&mtitrg "i&Bmvttfoex, 9, 1890. i. IN CRIME New Orleans' Long- Chain Ghastly Murders. of ASSASSINATION OF HENNESSY. Blood Went Before nnd IJlood Han Como After tlio J'amous Police Chiefs Tragic Death miliums' Strange Kxperiences. llotv Jzmc HerrlnfjtonYVabPorsecutcd. A story of Wood such as the newspapers of the United States have, perhaps, never before had to tell is that of the murder of Superintendent or (as he was always known) "Chief" David C. Ilennessy, of the Now Orleans police force To begin with, asgaabinations have for many j-ears been frequent in the history of the Ilen nessy family. Dave's father was killed by Tony Gucrin; a friend of the murdered man shot the murderer, and, in turn, was himself murdered. Then Dave's brother was assassinated, and Dave played his part iu the bloody drama by killing the man who killed his brother. It seems to bo generally agreed, however, that this re markable series of crimes h...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

JjWidjil aim Kagk "VOL. XIII, NO. 151. WICHITA KANSAS, TDESpAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2028. J - -- --.is AM I AttiOST A PAXIC ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. Remarkable Decline in Almost Every Speculative StoGk on the List. No Eoason Given for the Sudden Shrink age in Values Jay Gould's Advice to Those Who Desire to Make Monej. A Peeling of Alarm and Distrust Pervad ing Financial Circles in Xondon Sud den Death of a Member of the New York Exchange Secretary Window's Action. New YonK, Nor. 10 Noon Money 1s tight, with no offers, and 15 per cent bid. In the stock mnrket, after 11 o'clock, the heavy pressure was removed to a certain extent; but stocks continued to come upon ihe market, and prices again took the downward direction. The Grangers, Vil lards, and New England, were the chief bull'orers In the decline. DETAILS OF THE FLUnRV. New York, Nov. 10. The stock market today continued the rapid and heavy de cline of the latter part of last week, and for a time this mor...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

ilxe WLxdxilzc ailrj fjfrtjl:- !gujcscTag Ijcammxr, fltrucrotar 11, 1890, WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal OrncE. Wichita. Kan., 2?ov. 10. Tho highest tcmperaturo was 47, tho lowest 28, and tho mean' 34, with cold cloudy followed by warmer, cloudless weather, gentle north to east wind, high barometer. Thin ice on pools and ground frozen slightly in the morning. Last year, on Nov. 10, the highest tcm peraturo was 64, tho lowest 34, and the mean 37 and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 72, 54 and C3. Fr.HD L. JomSON. Observer. " War Department, Washing rox. D. C, Nov. 10, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Tuesday: For Kansas Wanner, southerly winds. For Missouri Warmer winds becoming southerly. CARRIED OFF BY A WHALE. San Francisco, Nov. 10. The loss of six men from the whalei Charles W. Morgan, which arrived Saturday from the Okhotsk sea, is just made public. The men left the vessel in a small boat in pursuit of t ho wnaie. Tiie wnale was succcssiuny harpooned, and started off ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

f'mti!S&:n:m?ii!-' ffwgnvtm 'gfct tSKidxxbt Jpailtt; gaglc: aesUasuMmmCbte il, 1890 WICHITA MARKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours 476 Cattle, 300 Hogs. Shipments 357 Cattle, 849 Hogs. The receipts of cattle were good. The offerings consisted mostly of feeding steers and stockers, both native and Texas. The native cattle brought good prices and sold readily. Texas feeding steers brought $L75 and ?L50. Some good cows and heifers sold for good prices. One buuch of light butchers steers sold for $2.30. The cattle market closed steady and unchanged. The run of hogs was light. The market was about steady at Saturday's prices on heavy and medium hogs. Common htufl and pigs were some lower. Trading with the hog buyers was done easily, the pack ers taking about everything that was offered. Heavy and packing hogs sold at $3.453.f0. The pens were about cleaned up, and the market closed steady. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET Wichita. Kan.. .Not. 10. CA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

'wvnrt i TfOS 4 &e Micfrita gaily gagk: ucsttaij ftyrohxgf flffurtttxfot4 Xl7 1 SSO. HQt ' "& "" si v. r cnnor K. rnt. The London Times has nominated Grover Cleveland for president in '92. What caused it? Everjbody, every thing: nobody, nothing. It was a sort of Topsy. There are but four lawyers in the Farmers' house. Not enough to fill the judiciary committee. OLD JOHN DAVIS. Humph! Is it Humphrey? A. C. Dis patch, D.-A. Humph! Of course it is. In their behrch for "a way out" the burthened agriculturists seem to have taken the other end of the road, which led them in to office. He laughs best who laughs last, but the "last" fellow has failed to put in an appearance. Howevor, the late marshal of Maidsou Lodge is yet to bo heard from. The Times says that Humphrey de clares that he "will make Leavenworth hum now." Conceding that the governor j is correctly quoted, what can Wichita CXJKKSt. JudgoSIuss and Col. Murdock are not the only Republicans that have gone ilshing. Valley ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

mM&xm,'v&!ffm ujMgf?ti-Tr-' - glxc tStictxifa Jpaitij gajglc: westTay fjEfaatfug, gammbtx 11.1 815 0. ll- P. Jrrortonc, Hulne9 Manas M. 1 MUEDOOE & BEO. M.M.Mrnnorir, Editor. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irtfrr pM-talntncr to the tmMnra or the print ing department or Wndrry. or for advert lslnc ftioald bn addressed to the lmlness manascr or other commnnlrjitloM to the editor. The only dally paper In SonUnretcrn Kansas or the Arkana.i Valley recelTinjr both the day and nljrht Associate Presi Reports In full. ii:tK op snmnurnox t aim r aoix. In Advance Postage Prepaid. JWr one copr cne vear f JJJJ Dallr, one eopv, lr months.. JJj la1r. one ropy, three montht - JJ? Da'lv. on ropr, one month , ii Three time a week, any (lava de'rd, per v r... j" Three tlmon a week, anv darn desired, six mo i w f-nnday FdlJIon, 16 puces, one copy, one Tear ... - jw Sunday Edition. 16 paires, one copy, felx months, i WEEKLY tAOLE. OnecoDT, one rear .....tlW OnecopT.elxmonths.... " remittanc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

6 3Ptfe WLicWx a&uglti 'gixestXvcii-Wavuim ottttrer 11, 1S90. A MuMORY O? T ri OLD FARM. It vou'to been a happy row Through tfie fields cf fragrfflct cloTer, Where life Is all a simple ron-d of bliss, . When at eve the ew JWmdU'os And the stars are fatally if 'Ukinp You can call to mind a picture such as this: Hark! the cows are homeward roaminj Through the woodland pasture's gloaming, I can hear them gently lowlnjj throush the dells, And from out the bosky dingle Comes the softly tangled jingle And the oft repeated echo of the bells. Strange how memory "will nine her Arms about some scenes wo brinfj her. And the fleeting years but make them stronger grow; Though I wander far and sadly From that dear old home, how gladly I recall the cherished scenes of long ago. Hark! the cows aro homeward roaming Through the woodland pasture's gloaming, I can hear them gently lowing through tho dolls, And from out the bosky dingle Comes tho softly tangled jinglo .And tho oft repeated echo of t...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

gfre W&kMin jpa ggglc: Siwsflaij pv!ij 3jJoiuetoa:, 11, 1890. TRICKS OP OPERATOES. RAILROAD TELEGRAPHERS USED TO GET A LITTLE SLEEP. A roftftlble Explanation of Some Terrible IVrecka Moat 3Ieu Itcallze the Grave fteipouslkUIty Which Ik Upon Them A Boy's Cohtly Sleep. The most undesirable work and the least remunerative among telegraphers is that of night operator at some lonely station on a railroad. The mien of the company re quire that these men shall remain awake at their posts from 7 p. m. till 7 a. m. to report passing trains, and to receive and deliver such orders as jt may be necessary to convey to engineer and conductors to regulate tho movement of their trains. On doublo track roads their presence at their posts is of great importance- only in emer gencies, and to be hiire they are always on hand. A system of signaling is in vogue on most roads by which every operator is required to report by wire to headquarters every half hour during the night. iju me central uauroad ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 November 1890

- s htWLitkx& ailij fptgt: ucsdjtij ptcwthig; aamfotx 11, 1890. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Roy&i kin iB89 Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE A BIG LOT -OF- W COLLARS Will Tie pnt on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. Price 18c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N" Main, Wichita -AMUSEMENTS. C .1AWFOKD-GKAN -o L. M. Chawfokd. Manager TWO NIGHTS OP FUN". Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 10 and 11. HOYT'S ' NEW UPROARIOUS SATIRE, A TRIP TO CinSATOWl NEW MUSIC 1 EXQUISITE COSTU3IFS! PERFECT SURROUNDINGS! Sale of ?ats commences Thursday, November 6. c RAWFOKD GRAND- -o M. L. Crawford, Manager Carnival of ilnslcal Burlesque Ki-traiaganza. Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 12, 13 TWO NIGHTS ONLY! The Eorcenusly Illustrated poetic musical dream, undur the direct jiersonnl ma.uagemmt of E. E. Rice. The World's Fair Rendorcd In nil It claborato completeness by the cclcbrn'ed Rice's : Surprise : Party COMltalSIRG 60 SIXTY ARTISTS 60 hupcriatIo In unexampled d.izzltnjj splendor, tegal In mnKnlflcent scenery. prod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 November 1890

mmi'iim.jmjwwi i-i i li ipswnmmmnimnnnnnnpnjnnj ThWiihil f -"" ns. Historical Sodtty YOL. XIII, NO 152. WICHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY iUOENING, NOTEMEER 12, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2029. FILL STREET. THE LATEST FROM THE IIOME OF BULLS AND BEAKS. The Frcsent Condition of the New York Money Market Traced to English Speculation, A Scarcity of Gold in London Caused by Speculative Schemes in Eemote Qaar ters of the Globe. A Panic Created Among the Holders of Yillard Stocks The Post on the Situa tionCollapse of Several Firms General Notes and Incidents of the Day. New York. Nov. 11. The excitement to day in Wall street was greater than in any previous day since the present decline be gan, and while tlio downward movement in the general list was not as large as usu al, the unusually heavy drop inthoVillard Mocks made up for the lack of movement in the others. The power of the bears was concentrated today upon the Villard shares, and stocks, as a rule, would un doubtedly have advanced had it not been f...

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. — 12 November 1890

'1 pe WLidixlix a:tlrj gagle: Wlttlwts&nq ffcavnim, ftoumte 12, 1890. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wictiita. Kan.. Nov. 1L The highest temperature was 54, the lowest 27, and the mean 40, with generally cloudless warmer weather, near ly stationary high barometer, gentle north east to cast winds. Last year, on Nov. 11, the highest tem perature was 50. the lowest 30, and the mean 40 nud two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 44, 27 and Fked L. Jonxsox, Observer. WAr. Depaktmkkt. Washing rox. D. C, Nov. 11, S p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Wednesday: For Missouri and Kansas Fair, slight ly warmer, stationary temperature in Kan sas, easterly winds. THE G. A.R. MEMORIAL HALL. Decatuh. 111., Nov. 11. Since the national encampment of the Graud Army of the Republic, in session at Boston, Mass., last summer, gave its hearty en dorsement to tho projectof establishing a national memorial hall nt Decatur, 111., the birthplace of tho order, and recom- munHpl t.lmt. tlio ncppsKHr...

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. — 12 November 1890

Ifee WLitMiz Jpaily &qU: Wt&vv&lm& Waning, MwtK&w 12, 1890 FINANCE AND GOMMEKCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours 20 Cattle, 776 Hogs. Shipments 147 Cattle, 117 Hoars. The receipts of cattle were nominal Tho demand is strong for good butchers' cattle and stockers. Good fat cows sold to-day as high as S2.40. There is no im provement in common cattle. The market closed strong for good cattle at prices quoted. The hog receipts were very fair. Heavy hogs were a shnde better. Packing hogs were steady at yesterday's prices. Light hogs and pigs still considerably off, and are hnrd to sell. Packers bought quite liberally and some light hogs were bought for shipment. The market opened and closed steady at yesterday's quotations. WI0HITA LIVE ST00K MARKET Wichita, Kan Nov. 1L CATTI.E. The supply of cattle wns lltrnt today. Market strong at prices quoted. Good butcher btuil and f tuckers in actlvo demand. aUve Fhlpplns...

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. — 12 November 1890

4 ixt WLitWcx gailg gagtc: IKctfttesttaij fasttitttj, xnurmBrjci: 12, 1890 M it. HI'KPOCK, r"- Andnowitis the train robbery epi demic that sweeps the country. "What next? There are over GOO hordes in the coun try that have made 2:30 or better this beason. Emporia Republican: Tho resolute purpose of the People's party is shown in tho fact that their vote was just as strong in localities where Mrs. Lease spoke as where she didn't. EVOLUTION IN POLITICS. Everyb dy in Kansas but the Demo crats will have cause enough lor thanks giving on the 27th hist especially the Republicans and Alliance; the latter that the former is brought to repontance, and the former that tho latter gave them another chance to repent. The statement in yesterday's dispatches I We find the following in the Boston Herald: 'The report than the father of Senator Ingalls, who lives in Haverliill, will vote the Democratic ticket, indicates that it isn't alone the sons of the fathers that are kicking over the political t...

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. — 12 November 1890

ifec WliMU Jpailij gagfe: f&tcEucstfeu. morning, fgtamcm'&cr 12. 1390. 5 21.31. Mrnnortr. I It. p. Mmnorir. FMItor. Itralnms Manager. M. M. MUED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. .All lrftT rrrtnlntnir In Jho lmslnc" of th jirlnt Inc deportment or bindery, or for advert Ilnc Flioald bo nddre"l to tho business manaser or other commnnlrotloni to lh" editor. Tlio only dally naper In "Southwestern Kansa."" or the Arknm 'Valley recelvlnc both the day and night Asoc!ato Ptmi Reports In full. 3eu!p or niri:!rTiov had y r ni.c In Advance Postage Prepaid. PHr, one copv one venr J 01 Pnllv, one copy, six mnnth m Tinny, one copy, three months - 2J Ptty, one copv. ore month , J Throe times a week, anv dnv rlev'red, perv'r... fJ Three thne a week, any da cleared. kIt mo... 2 j Pnnday Edition, in pace, one copv. one year ... 2 J Bunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, sir months. 1 2.1 CTEF.KLV KAGL.E. rnecopv, ono vear E One copy, nix months. . .... M P.emlttjtnr vnitv be mnrie, at o...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 November 1890

vimixii,-r $ 'glxz WHttW a Sailg gagle: W,ulmsilx$WlvmftxQf mjjemref 12, 1890; EAUNY DAY DEESSES. OLIVE HARPER URGES HER SISTERS TO HAVE THEM. They Should Be of Warm Color, and the Men Folks "Will Kise Up and Call Tou Blesticd If You Take the Advice Here Offered. Special Correspondence. New York, Oct 30. A dress for rainy daj-s should have a place in every lady's wardrobe where it is possible. Not some old gown that is to be worn on the dull, dark day because nobody is likely to irop in, but a dress specially designed for the purpose, and only put on to brighten up the surrounding gloom. For a rainy day dress the material should be red, garnet, pink or yellow, which ever of these col ors is the most becoming, and it should be as pret ty and dainty as clever little hands can make it. Put it on in the morn ing and wear it down to break fast, oh! my sis ters, and it will make you seem like a sunbeam through a dense cloud, and you will brighten up the whole day for those you love. Your ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 November 1890

-P flrtr -hj- t V P MMxitix lai gagle: UilitescTcrxj Itfonrnxg: Cxmxtrje&ex 12, 1890 7 d! A COlLu, iii'AGE. DAVID KER WRITES OF THE LACCA DIVE AND MALDIVE ISLANDS. A Most Intercsthij; T,jor from the Pen of One of tlio Most KtcHslie Travel ers lu Uulmoirn r,ands or tho Present Day. Spcial Correeponnence New York, Oct. 30. Few places are better worth lmpwiusr arid therefore, of course, few are less known than those strange little hermitages of the Indian ocean uiarlted on our inapa as the Laccadive and Maldive islands. The channel which passes between the two groups forms a Innd of marine .Broad way, through which vessels of all na tions pass by hundreds and thousands every 'ear. The four chief islands of the Laccadivo archipelago (the name of which signifies "100,000 inlands") viz.: Aineni, Kardmut, Iulton and Chitlac, have actually belonged to England since 1799, and the others are claimed by the Ranee or Becheo of Caunanore (a Hindoo princess under British protection), while th...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 November 1890

p WiitWx gailtj ftagle: Eettujeatfitylttimiiftg 'fgDinrmtttx 12, 13913, 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. PritaJ Baking 1 ssssi Il3WlCP ABSOLUTELY PURE A BIG LOT -OF- E&W COLLARS Will 1)0 pnt on sale at 10 o'clock tins morning. Price 18c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main. Wichita AMUSEME5TS.- O RAWFORD GRAND - -M. L. CiiAwrortD, Manager Carnival of Mimical Burlesque Extravaganza. Wednesday and Thursday, Nor. 12, 13 TWO NIGHTS ONLY ! Tlie gorgeously Illustrated poetic musisal dream, under the direct personal management of K. K. Itice. The World's Fair Rendered in all its elaborate completeness by the celehra'ed Kice's : Surprise : Party COMPMSIIIG 60 SIXTY ARTISTS 60 Superlative in unexampled dnzzliug splendor. regal in mngnltlcont scenery, prodigal in glittering coitumes, replete with bewildering transformations Full of be wltchlii g dances, sparkling fconxs of dulcet melody, rippling wit and nuinor and brimful of travesties on history, tragedy, couiccy, opera aud drama. A Ma...

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