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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 15 November 1890

&mmw$MPM'm wr,',iiA,wwr'p ' T'W llxc MicMfo gaily gaojfc: actarcfag fKoratag, fjta&ciufrcr 15. 1890. lI.M.MmnorTr, Editor. P.MmnocK, Business Manager. M. M. MTJRDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. jit letter pertalnlne to the bnilne of the print ing department or bindery, or for advertlslne fhoald be nddreved to the bnlncss manager or other commnnlratlons to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arknnsus valley recelvlnsr both tho day ana nlcht Aiwoclate Press Reports in full. aiLis of prnsmipnov nAii.rr aolh. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dull-, one ropy one rear f JJ Dally, one copy, Mr months JJ Dally, one copv, three months - LV Dally, one conv. one month. Three time a week, any Anx desired, per v'r .. Three time a wet. any days desired, 'k mo... 4 m !W 2ft) r-unnay t,imwn, ih puce, one. copy. "n Sunday Edition.' IB pnttes, one copy, six months. 1 2o WEEKLY" LAGLK. PneropT, one yesr ' J One copy, six months "",","" , Pem'ttanee mnv Iks mndo...

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. — 15 November 1890

35&je Wliclixix ilaittj gagle: jMttr&tt IJfowxiMk ftfiemtrer. 15, l'ff&0. e Ips Wichita Wholesale & ManufacturiM Houses. How dem'are thy down dropped face, Bending o'er the open boot, T?ith thy linger on the place, And thy earnest, studious loolrj "White lids veiling thy dark eyes. Sometimes raised in sweet surprise, Dearest maid that e'er drew breath, Winsome- maid, Ulzabethl Would I were a poet, love! All for thee my rhymea should flow. Would I were a carrier dove. On thy errands swift to gol Would I were a devotee, At thy beauty's shrine to be. Loveliest maid that e'er drew breath, Hare, eweotmaid, Elizabeth! rm in lore with thee, dear onel Do you know it? Have you guessca it? I am glad at last 'tis done Glad I have at last confessed it Glad if love has found you. too. And your heart to mo is true; Glad it only one light broath "Whispers "Yes" Elizabeth! Boston Transcript. TRYING TO DEFEAT THE LAW. Jlcver Imitation of nn Idiot Given by a Shrewd rrofcsntonal Crook....

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 15 November 1890

flwwSFTT ri ' ? Jffi -wtrtFj. l" 3?Jxjo WijcWta pai gagfe: jalurffaij fpfoniiug Lofmtrjetrtr 15, 189CL PATE AGAIjSST THEM. GALLANT WORK BEFORE MARYE'S HEIGHTS AT FREDERICKSBURG. Heroic, IJIoody but Useless Clmrgcs of French's and Hancock's Divisions. tVlicro Leaders and Men "Went Down in Tliousamls. Copyright by American Press Association. HEX the Army of the Potomac was led by Gen. Burn- side to the Raima- f liuimock, opposite tuo uonieueratc camp at Freder icksburg, it took position on Staf ford Heights and could look down upon some of the most formidable of the enemy's v works. The atmosphere was clear, the view unobstructed, and it was a fascina ting pastime to study the ground at safo range, and let fancy piny with things that might come to pass. The ground was too low, as we saw it from above, to give an idea of -danger, and its sloping front looked to be ssablc, so far as natural obatruc t o" cro concerned. The Confederate lhrut f v'11 tue exception of a few guns VnrJfCii art...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 15 November 1890

8 tt WitxiU gailijagl: ahtrtlatj ponxiug, xrtrjemTr.cr 15, 1590: Highest of all in Leavening Power. aLEav Bn Ka! lip MrBk. 91 9l m l ?g?0 iOWflCF ABSOLUTES PURE A BIG LOT -or- "Will be put on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. Price 18c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita -AMUSEMENTS. 1RAWP0RD GRAND. o -o L. M. CnxwronD. Mancag TWO EIGHTS Friday and Saturday, 3for. 14 and 15. and Saturday Matinee. ARIZONA JOE COMBINATION THE IllO EASTFIt.V DRAMATIC SENSATION Headed by Uuffnlo Bill's Only Klval ARIZONA: JOE, The Shootlnc Star Famous Scout, Actorand Cham pion Kifle Shot of the WoriU, t-upported by a. lccllly rVlected Karteru l)ram utlc CompHny. and the. Greatest Acting Dogs in the World! IX TWO REALISTIC DRAMAS. Black Hawks -AND THE- Wild Violet Jnmbo, the Larce't 5t. ncirnard T)og In the world. Introducing two hordes on tho bluge. Company carry their own Special bcuuoty. Seats now on wile. c llAWFOUn-UUAN -o j. M. CiiAwroiiD, Manager ONE NIOHT ONLY Tuesday, Jfovcrnber 18. The Jo...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

JhWiiW & " V NAJ YOL. XIH, NO 156. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NO VEMBER 16, 1890.-TWELVE PAGES. WHOLE NO, 2033. WILL STREET. THE STOCK EXCHANGE AGAIN IN -AN UPROAR. M7 7n. f 1 1 S&47 && 123 to 127 North Main Street. We Will beat any Closing Out Sale, on Earth. It may Cost Us some money "but we can stand it. We never do keep quiet and see trade going to Closing Out Sales. We can, and 'We will, keep you trading with us. Every yard and piece of colored dress goods at cost; big lots less than cost. Cost at our store means 1 5 per cent less than it would mean at houses with cramped or limited credits. Buy of us because you can buy cheap and besides you give your patronage to a representative house that is always ready to protect your interests. Our Prices this Week are Record Beaters! Some more of those fine lustrous 19 inch black surahs at 48c. 21 pieces 19-inch colored Faille silk, fforth $1.25 at 79c. 3 pieces 19-inch black Armure royal silk (very new weave) worth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

Ixc icTiita gMIy gafgle: JmutTag" jptarainxj, IJcramtuxi: 16, 1890. ?, AN IN. SEWS AND NOTES AT HOME AND ABROAD. 3Ir. Tarncll Creates a Sensation by Allowing the O'Shca Case to Go by Default. Professor Eooh Kapidly Becoming the Cen tral Figure of the Scientific World Opinions of Other Physicians. ATopeka Mother Murders "Her Child in Order to Prevent Separation by Death Present Status of the Honduras Eovolution News and Notes. London, Nov. 13. The case of Capt. O'Sboa against his wife for divorce, in which Mr. Parnell is co-respondent, came up for hearing today. Neither Mr. Parnell nor Mrs. O'Shca was in court and they were not represented by counsel. They allowed the case to go by default. In presenting his case Mr Clark, for the plaintiff, said the husband was cruelly an noyed by the defendant, but ho (Clark) would be able absolutely to disprove every possible eucgostion against him. He could show that the charge of connivance was groundless.and that when O'Shea first heard of the ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

mk;3FJA V WSflw W pe WLitltiix Hailg ixcilt: nmUMongaviembtK 16, X 890. 'TH"!'W Jj S&BF H i1 , AUTHOR OF FOUR HUNDRED PLAYS. The Enormooi JLItertry Activity of tho lAto Dion tfouclcault. The Nineteenth contrary Las produced no tnore prolific or successful playwright than Dion Boucicault, who died the other day in New York city. He began his career as a dramatic author when 19 years of ago Kith "London Assurance," which was first produced at Covcnt Q trden theatre, Lon don, in 1841, and still remains a favorite with the public. His last effort was "A Tale of a Coat," recently on the boards at Daly's Now York City theatre. Between "London Assurance" and "A Tale of a Coat" that is, during the fifty years of his activity Boucicault w rote or adapted at least 400 plays. Many were ephemeral, but others made phenomenal hits. r--y m DION BOUCICAULT. Among the latter may be mentioned "Tho Willow Copse," in which Couldock scored his first stage triumph; "Rip Van Winkle," with which the na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

4 'gU'mxdxiiii gaily gaglc: tutfcuj fpottthtg, itawmte 16, 1890. M. H. MUKDOCK, Editor. "Where was Broderick when the Moon light went out? asked the Topeka Demo crat. Ho was left in, of course. Boston has caught the rapid transit fever; she will hereafter use two horses instead of one on her street cars. The school board of Cherokee, la., re quires its teachers not to marry during the school year. This is a new phrase of prohibition. One-fourth of the total number of immigrants to the United States last year, were from the Britibh Isles. "We didn't suppose there were 'alf so many. George Francis Train predicts a gen eral financial panic. "What a pity that George Francis was not a candidato on the Republican ticket at the recent elec tion, and gone down with the wreck. Here's another case of "I told you so." The Atchison Champion reminds its readers that it "predicted two months ago, as its files will show, that Tomlfeed would n t bo the speaker of the Fifty- ieconcrcongress.'' Peopl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

Jpc TOcMto kilij "gixQit: j&ratfag IHamiug, tmitmXscK 16,. 1890. 5 in M.M. Mcnnorir, K. p. Mrnnocir. Editor. I Bu.lnci Manaccr. M. M. MHRD00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. .All lrttn prrtfllnlnir t the builnc" of the prlnt tnc ,cprttnMit or bindery, or for artvertlslnc fhonld bo uddrpmed to the business manager or other communications to the editor. The only daily paper In c5onthwetern Knn or the Arkanuis valley receiving both tho day and nlcht Associate Press Reports In full. iekmr op simornirTiov nAii.r eagle. In Advance Postaso Prepaid. j-nii. iurj vujiy Ulin vcar. ... ? Dally, one copy, Mr month 2 Pally, one copy, three months. 21" jjauy, one copy, one month ;, Three times a Treek, nny days deirM, per y'r .. 4 ) Three times a week, nny days desired. fx mo... 2 n SnndarKdlMon, Jfipaees, one conv. one year ... 2 0 Sunday Edition. 16 paces, one copy, six months. 1 i WKEKlT UL.OLE. Cnecopr, one rear M JJ One copy, rtx months . " Tlemlttanre mar be made at our rlk either...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

fcNJ 3P Wiiclxiin gaifcj gagle: j&uniTaSataHiug l&craaKfaav 13890. ---r A EESUME OP THE SOCIAL EVENTS TOE THE WEEK In and Out of the Festivities A Score or More of That Delightfnl Social Exigency The Surprise PartyPeople Who Entertain and are Entertained And Numerous Tid-bits Fished From the LIrs. Grundy's Grab-bag. fire if you want a pleasant odor in the party" Monday evening. The guests were house. New York people pay $3 a quart j Sir. and Mrs. George D. Cross. Mr. and for them for that purpose. Mrs. B. B. Cushman, Mr. and Mrs. Will J Fraser, -Mr. and Airs. Harry liytle. .miss This is a week of surprise parties. You can't drive a pin with a pile-driver. Mrs. M. B. Cohn is back from Kansas City. Roy Xiederlander has returned from his eastern trip. The newest young man in town is the handsomest. Professor Metcalf will move to Oak land, California. Mrs. Is orthup is visiting her parents in New York City. Mrs. Charles Hatton entertains the Pi ano club, tomorrow. The Lewis Acad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

' s"TgihV'mto2vqfTTr' 'wyv -zmfcvyi-fsv IP WLitlate Ipailij gagl: imitag llruiug, fjtaxmTrcr 16, 1890 4 1 ' WIOHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during1 the past 24 hours 25 Cattle, 340 Hogs. Shipments 12 Cattle 680 Hogs. The receipts of cattle have been very light for the past two days. One load and a few drove in are all that were offered today. The local demand for butchers' stuff is very good, but eastern markets are somewhat off. The offerings consisted mostly of fat cows and heifers, which hold at fair prices. The market closed bteady. The receipts of hogs were liht today. Business about the hog pens was quiet. The market was strong and a shade higher on top hogs. Good sorted packing hogs brought S3.C5, and heavy hogs sold as high as $3.75. The packers took every thing except a few of the heavies. The market closed firm at the advance. WICHITA LIVE STOOK MAEKET Wichita. Kan, Nov. 15. ' CATTLE. The'recelpts of cattle -were light. Prices remain Arm on...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

8 xt TOcTxiia gailij gagle: .mttlaij &tovnmQ, avi&mbcv IS,. $?&. Grand Guessiner Conteets! N 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AVE. K$m&SVL 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AYE. 8500.00 8500.00 Twelve Elegant Presents VALUED AT FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS. Every fifty cent purchase entitles you to a guessing coupon, every one dollar purchase two, and so on. Beans in the jars in the middle of our store rooms exposed to vied, giving every purchaser an equal chance. Further particulars see our circular that will be placed at your door. Every body tells you how cheap they can sell you and how much under their competitors the prices they maze are. Crowded house daily shows where the trade goes. Boston Store claims that medaL Ladies Vests. Just closed out one lot of 100 dozen samples ladies line cashmere ribbed vests at less than 50 csnts on the dol lar. The goods were intended to re tail at from $1.25 to $1.75. Wo offer choice At 69 Cents Another lot equally as cceap, in ladies union suits At $1.69 Ladies k...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

PWi W ",11"(PW"1'" 'i"llIlIeflS"v,' ' "" "" ",WWWFrrtlBn."w Vwf-f W jWHjmv ' ifyy-iii i .-ao,tirv j tt fit ,- v - ?-. -e -rj- - -r WICHITA WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, IS1 OTEMBEB, 16, 1890. PAW WO " THE DAM EAGLE. PAGES MS 1 '1 M BIELMETAPSHISJBBAIN HE ANSWERS SOME CURIOUS QUES TIONS FROM ANXIOUS INQUIRERS. Editorial KIghti to Deadhead Tickets. Fsst Railroad Time and tho Assassina tion of Hens Soma Pointers on Dress Suits and an Antopraph Album Verse. j Copyright, 1890, by Edgar W. Sye. Tho following letters of inquiry are awaiting answers, and I hasten to square myself with tho correspondents byre plying through tho customary channel in order that the general public may thus share in the benefits of a well stored mind and the patient research of a life time: Eeuben P. Coon, of "Waushara, Wis., writes as follows: "Will you tell me whether I ought to attack the theatre SITE RAISED THE IIATCHET. manager referred to personally or through the papers? Six weeks ago a theatre manager ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

10 glxc tlticlxita gailtj gtrgfo: jg xxxx clay gatxrruittg fJmuijTrcr, 16, X890, one op MAiaoys men. FLAG HERO JASPER, A FOLLOWER OF THE "SWAMP FOX." Enlisting Under Marlon, He rrores"Vorthy of Ilia leader anil Dies Defending the Color of Ills Command Ills Kxploltt nt Moultrie and Klsewlicrc. Copyright by Amenoan Prow Association ERGT. JASPER, the South Cnro linn Revolution ary patriot, who- dan up, sealed b a heroic dentil, d' placed his name sj among fame's few immortal ones, was a recruit brought to the cmup of the Sec ond oiith Caro lniK regiment by ( 'apt Francis. Mar ion Marion, who afterward earned the title "Swamp Vrx" went into the Rev olution with a popular reputation, and that of a. kind to draw around liitn lightn ing mon. He was known lo Imj of that stamp himself. He had volunteoted in tho Cherokee war, and, having nwn to a lieu tenancy, led a forlot u hone of thirty men, where twenty-three of t !- party fell. It is u test of a soldier's gr't v4.cn he chooses to unito h...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

gltc WSLxthiiix. gaily n$z: jgimtta:", l&crrraug, oxizmbty: 16. 1890. It 1 THE BEEVTEY 0E EAME. PUBLIC MEN OF OTHER DAYS NOT NOW OFTEN HEARD OF. Wharton Barber, C. 2f. Bliss, Ex-Governor Foster, Proctor Knott and Gen. I-ong-Btreot How Their Tamo "Waxed aud Wanod They Are All Klght Yet. Special Correspondence. NEW Yoke. Nov. 3.-.Jf any one should turn back the files of the newspapers for the past tea years lie would find a most striking proof of the brevity of fame. n that brief period of time men have sprung into repute which has put their names upon the lips of every one, and yet today many of thet-e s-uue men arc forgot ten. It is given to but few men to win n reputation which survives the curiosity and comment '.i the hour. There hangs up in the library of one of the jiibtices of the supreme court in Washington a photo graph in which all the members, of con gress of the sessions beginning with the war are pictured. Some of them were men of very great contemporary repute, and ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 16 November 1890

12 itWLxdxiiagnil gagTe: w trefoil fHoyniiMfc ovttvabtx 16, lpp. Rl RUBE'S END. It Was of Course by Means of Violence. AN EARLY MORNING COMBAT. The Tnlcln p Off of an Outlaw Who Has an Unequalcd Kocord as a Train Rob her and All 'Itouud Scoundrel Some of His Crimes. The world at large, and the state of Ala bama in particular, have reason to rejoice, for "Red Rube" Burrow is dead. Modern times have known no more "brutal and abandoned ruffian than this outlaw who fell beforo the pistol of a citi zen at Linden, Ala., early one morning re cently. If any regret is to be felt regard ing his end it is that he died by the bullet HED KUBE EUllROW. instead of by the rope, lie had shot un offending men down in cold blood, he had robbed a dozen trains and for years ho had defied the minorities and terrorized t lie connnunites vluch he scourged with Lis presence. "lied Rube," as itlio sanguinary scoun drel was appropriately called, first saw tho li ht in Laiimr com ity, Ala., thirty-three y "u-s...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 November 1890

ii -o- Kahi Historical Sody ThWirhil Co (5 S tarn laglf. VOL. XIV, NO 1. WICHITA KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IS, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2034 i H 4 CONFIDENCE RESTORED IN THE NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. A Steady Improvement in Values Now Looked for on a Good Basis. Settlers in the Northwest Becoming Alarmed Over the Threatening Aspect Assumed by the Messiah Lunacy, Charles Stewart Parnell the Irish Leader Convicted of Adultery A Demand for His Withdrawal from the Leader ship of His Party The Knights of Labor. New York, Nov. 17. The stock market today, after having time to recover from the scare of Saturday, was much less active than for any day for the past two weeks; and the evident return of confidence caused a slow but material advance in values all along the lino, notwithstanding the fact that there were great variations find a feverish feeling throughout the entire day. There were two more failures announced, both due to the shrinkage in values. Hut they had but slight effect, the fai...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 November 1890

p- rt . ffwf 7jrr -&'? lxt WiicTxitii laily gagljc: SuescTatj Honxiiigoujemlrjci: 18, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigkal Office. Wichita, Kan., Nor. 17. Tho highest temperature was CO , tho lowest S4, and the mean 47, with cloudless weather, stationary pressure, southwest wind and rising temperature, Total rainfall in the late rain was 1.25 inches. Last year, on Nov. 17, the hiehest tem perature was 51, tho lowest 22 , and the mean 86 and two years ago tho corres ponding temperatures were 8G, 31 and 3i. Fked L. Jonxsox. Observer. "WARDEPAimiEXT.WASHIXGrOX. D. C, Nov. 17, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. in. Tuesday: For Missouri aud Kansas Fair, slightly warmer, except statienary temperature; in Kansas westerly winds. BURNED TO DEATH. Atchisox, Kan., Nov. 17. Information climes from Highland Station, Doniphan county, n village on the Burlington and Missouri river road, twenty miles north of Atchison, to tho cilect that at 12 o'clock Saturday night Mrs. Mary Herring was burned to death in ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 November 1890

"V Sire WLicMiK Jpailtf k$v. suij-lmJ iCwcmlrcr 18, 1890' n WICHITA MAEKET8. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours--414 Cattle, 322 Hogrs. Shipments 407 Cattle 185 Hogs, 21 Horses. The receipts of cattle were nominal. The demand is good for butchers' cows and heifers. There was nothing doing in the cattle alleys. Market firm at Saturday's prices. The receipts of hogs were light The market opened, strong at "Saturday's prices. The offerings were mostly disposed of car ly and the afternoon business was light. A little sorting was done among packing hogs and the bulk of hogs was bought for home use. Top hogs brought $3.7. and mediums $3.G0 to $3.6" The market closed steady at Saturday's prices. WICHITA LIVE STOOK MAEKET Wichita. Kan Nov. 17. CATTLE. The receipts of cattlo were light. Good fat cows and heifers brought top prices, Native chipping rteTn. good to extra.. .?3 25 1 00 oocxi to extra native butcher steers, 11X13 12)01bs !S) 275 Native feedin...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 November 1890

mmmmSmS!Sfi 4 $fte WLidtiiii JMIij gglc: ginsclag fpwmfci&.itaamfor 18, 1890. M. 51. MUKPOCK, Eaitor. A. M. Richardson, prohibition candi date for governor, has a total vote in the state of 1,098. Five great educational meetings will bo held on Thanksgiving at the follow ing places: Wichita, Salina, Newton, Ottawa and Kinslev. Does tho circumstance of Judge Brewer's discarding his whiskers have any significance as to the weather we are to have this winter? The returns on the amendments with six counties yet to hear from, show that the judicial amendment was defeated by 47,970, and the legislative by 88,701. A case of the hardest kind of luck is reportod'from Kentucky, where the win ning candidate for clerk of a county fell dead just before the polls closed on elec tion day, and now his opponent in tho race claims the office. The papers are all quoting Mrs. Lease ns admitting that the Democrats are en titled to the biggest share of credit for tho Alliance's achievements. It would...

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