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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 18 November 1890

SKctHicMta Jpafty gaglc: Jgnestfcqj IJxrmhtg. evmlcz 18. 1 890. 5 ( I JI.M.MtrnnorK. 1 ll-P. MronocK, Editor. I Business Manager. M. 2 MJEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. .All 1r ttrr pprtalntnir to the tro!np of the prlnt Ine drpartmcnt or lilndprr, or for ndvenlMne flionld lx addressed to the bnslness roanazer or otbrr communications to thp editor. Tbo only dally paper In Southwestern Knna or the Artaniw alley receiving both the day and nlcht Associate Press Reports in full. liUMROr RrBCIUPTIONnAIT,rrGLE. In Advance Postace Prepaid. Tlallr, one copv one vrar , fl",r, Pally, one copv, fix months- JJ Pally, one copy, three months 2 m Pally, one copy, one month.. . , i-j Three times n week, any dayndVMrol. per y r .. "J Three times a week, any dava deslrod. six mo... 2 31 Pnnday Kdtjlon, 1C paeea. one copv. ono year ... 2 m fcnnday Edition. 16 papes, one copy, six months. 1 2o WEEhLrr-AOLE. Onconr. on rear -.51 JJ One copv. fix months M Ilrmlttancc mar hn made nt mir risk ...

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. — 18 November 1890

. f .. . , i irawu't-iawocae lUMUaflat 2BB ess 6 JSpje Wz&iiIk ailtj $ Sitesctfttj fxnmiug iMmH :E6fpl890 HOBBIES 01? BISHOPS. MANY OF THEM HAVE BECOMC GREAT INSTRUMENTS FOR GOOD. Bishop Vincent and Chautauqua Cishcr Whlpple and the Indl.ius IJinhop "War ren and tho Sciences liisliops Perrj Hurst, Dudley and router. Special Correspondence New York, Oct. 23. Bfekops have hobbies? Why, of course; they arc mortal. But they generally ndo them, not to death, but to life. ' For instance, there is Bishop John E. Vincent, of the Iethodist Episcopal It jTJ' w k;.- w '" h.pj' F BISHOP VINCENT. church. Grand and effective as his work as a bishop may be, ho will go down to the future, not as the great bishop, but as the man who conceived and perfected the Chautauqua movement. He well de serves tho title which has been given him, "Tho Nemesis of Illiteracy." Ele vation to the bishopric has not weakened his interest in tho Chautauqua work. He Btill gives to it careful thought and di rect pers...

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. — 18 November 1890

pc ISBttctota Dailg gaglc: Sacs day fjfltaaihtg, fjtonem&cr 18, 1890. iM Houses. VERY QUEHS 1MLN& A REMARKABLE TRIBE SURROUND ED BY A NATURAL WALL. AIL ABOUT TEA JACKETS. Wichita Wholesale & Manuiactur OLIVE HARPER HAS HERE COL LECTED SIX SAMPLES. There Is Ko Doubt About the Fact, as She States It, That tho Tea Jacket Is a Most Fetching Garment, and Hero Ar Pictures to Prove It. Special Correspondence. New York, Oct. 23. I shall expect now to be canonized. I know that I have long deserved it, but I hope that tho reward of my merits will come now as a just recognition of the gathering to gether of six perfect and beautiful tea jackets. Tea jackets are taking the place of tea gowns, which are usually pretty costly, and while usually beauti ful and graceful can never be quite bo popular as the handy tea jacket. Fig. 1 is made of pink and green India silk, with the sleeves of cream colored guipure tyud smoothly over green silk. Tho frontiis of the lace draped gracefully acro...

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. — 18 November 1890

aKteffiKiJcMte gaili ftagl: gtuestlatt, fJJonritag, gtomemfott 18, 13SQ02" 6 .( Highest of all in Lexrening Power. ABSOLUTFXY PURE -AMUSEMENTS. p R AWFORD-GRAJJD L. 3L Cuawford. Manacei ONE NIGHT ONLY 'Tuesday, November 18. The Jolly German Dialect Comedian and Sweet faliiKor, CIAS. : A. : GARMER, (KARL) Supported by a Talontcd Company under tho Management of SIDNEY R ELLIS, Producing on a Grand Scalo the New Romantic Comedy, 1 ! j-: "FATHERLAND":- i 1 An Idyl of the Tyrol. Hear Gardner's New o:igs, Includinehis Great Hit "THE LILAC." TYBOIjBAF QUA11TETTE. Special Scenery Carried by the Company. Sale of scats commences Saturday, November 15. M. Li. Crawford, Manager ONE NIGHT ONLY! "Wednesday, November 19th. A MUSICAL TREAT FOR WICHITA! Rice & Dlxey's Grand Production of the Beautiful Comic Chinese and English Opera, Entitled EARL OF PEKIN! 50 CLEVER ARTISTS 50, All the Original Scenery. All the Original Costumes. All tlie Original Music. And In fact a mncnlflcent production by ...

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. — 19 November 1890

3 iocity K&ns, The Wichita Daily Eagle has the Largest Circulation of any Daily in Kansas. The Wichita Daily Bash: gives all the Ifews of the day in a Bright, Crisp, Compact Form. VOL. XIY, NO 2. WICHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 19, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2035. JljWirljila BaiJt) Uagfe THE LATEST PHASE OP THE NEW YORK MONEY MARKET. Annual Report of the Operations and Condition of the United States Treasury. Present Status of the Indian Troubles in the Northwest Launch of the Armored Cruiser Maine. Official Returns of the Late Election in Kansas The Knights of Labor Meeting in Denver Equal Suffragists in Session at Atchison Items. New York, Nov. IS. The shrinkage in tin" volume of business at the stock ex change, which was so marked yesterday, mado further progress today, and the re turning dullness, indicating that no ma terial demand for stocks existed, induced more belling by the bears. The tone of the market was weaker than it has been since Saturday morning, resulting iu...

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. — 19 November 1890

2 fee TOctaia aily gaglt: tSEUftuesoaj crrmwry, fjoisemtioa 19, 1890. -Y&C WEATHER. BULLETIN. - Sigkal Office. Wichita. Kan., Nov. 18. Tho highest temperature was 61 o, the lowest 85, and the mean 4S, with warmer cloudless weather, gentlo north west winds and higher barometer. Last year, on Nov. 18, the highest tem perature was 56. the lowest 2S, and the mean 42 and two years ago tho corres ponding temperatures were 30, 31 and 34. FrtKD L. Johxpok, Observer. "WAn Department, Washing rox. D. C, Nov. 18, S p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Wednesday: For Missouri and Kansas: Fair until Tliur-day night, slightly cooler, except stationary temperature in southern por tion; variable winds. A RUNAWAY CAR. JiinMlXGHAM, Ala., Nov. 18 This morn ing a freight car loaded with gravel, on the Belt road, broke loose and ran down a heavy grade. Thoengineeer of a passen ger train in front saw it coming, and made n desperate race to get his train out of the way. Tho wild car crashed into the rear coac...

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. — 19 November 1890

.gwyretoy-r, iiaaji -.va 4-, . S&e StticWia Sails gagle: tSfedttesffitg pluming, fjtowirtrer 19, 1390 H FJNANCEANMOfflERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 24 hours--356 Cattle, 1,000 Hogs. Shipments 399 Cattle No Hoes, 28 Mules. The supply of cattle was fair today. The hulk of tbe cattle were taken hy specula tors and shippers. Goodstock and feeding iteers sold at fair prices. More of this class of cattle could have been disposed of. Butchers cows and heifers brought fair prices and all that were offered were aold. Tho market closed steady. The receipts of hogs were good today, oyer 1,000 being in the yards. The market xipencd at about yesterday's prices but soon began to weaken and was weak during the day, closing 10 to 12K cents lower than yes terday. Packers sorted to some extent tnking the bulk of offerings at 53.50 $3.C2. Heavy hogs were lower, tops sell ing for $3.65. About everything was sold, only one or two loads being h...

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. — 19 November 1890

p WttcMfo gailvj gaglc: IcttnestTatj gJXorufotg, gJtoractH&ct 19, 1890. 31. jr. MURDOCH, Editor. , If the work of the Indian Treaty com mission is found to be all right, congress at the incomiug session, will undoubt edly take the necessary fateps to open up all the lands treated for. Parncll's love for the Irish people is all right, but he should not have concen trated so much of it on a single female representative of the race, however beau tiful her face, bearing the suggestive name of O'Shea. KING CORN. The Republican organs do not appear to catch on to the Eagle's suggestion of Frank Dostor as an Allianco . candidate for the 17. S. Senate, and, for that mat ter, the Alliance is a little slow itself in appreciating his peculiar claims and fit ness. mdmmm - Tennyson has reached tho conclusion in his old age that "it wisest in a man to do hia work in tho world as quietly and ns well as he can, without much heeding the praise or dispraise." He would have -cached it long ago had...

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. — 19 November 1890

2?Ixc Wlidxitii Qxilxi gaglc: WBU8msfox$ flfonratg, gtaamfccr 19. 1890. M. JL Mranocrc. I 1. r. Vrrmoi-K, Kdltor. I Busings Manasor. M. It MURDOCK & BBO. Publishers and Proprietors. All If tie ri prrt!nlnc to tin binlnr of the print Jnp drpnrtmrnt or blndrry. op for ndvortlslnc rTionld lw nddrowxl to tbi bn!noss manafer or othorcommnnlcntlotm to tho oilltor. Thf only dallv paper In Southwestern Knnvmor the Arlanon" VMIey receiving both the day and. night Associate Prem Reports in full. tn-mis op pnwnipnov n aitv r vgi.c In Advnncr Poft&se Prepaid. rnilv. onecopvone yenr J11 P"llr. onoropr, slrnonth Dully, oneconv. three manMia. - ' nntlv.onr copy, oiif month Three tiipe a weeV, nnv Av rilr per v'r. .. 09 Three time a weV. miv ds v detreA. six wo... I m Snndny Bdlfion, 16 puces one conr. year 52? bunday Edition, 1C paces one cops. meatus. 1 - WEMiLY LAGLL. ,noronv,on9 vrar ?' K One copy, nix month " Tleiwlttnno" m he nrndi t onr rllc either hv drnft, express, exprcs monerorde...

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. — 19 November 1890

p Wlictein Dactfoj gagfe: echttsttag Ipmmiug llmtttrefoK, Iff, 1390, COUNTY CLBEKS. Continued from Papo Five, finally finds its wny into his .account when nil is .sold or collected. Then I would a&k again, is tho trciifaurer responsible for any more than ho collects? I not, why charge Jiirp. direct? When you charge general tax you indirectly charge the treasurer, and when he does actually collect it you coun tersign the receipt and then charge his ac count direct for then ho is wlioly respon sible. Aside from this one new account which I call general tax account, your accounts are the same. Therefore, nothing remains but the mode of the daily work, which is done in this manner: First procure proper blanks for these orders mentioned in sec tionf)7, and when a. city, township or school district treasurer comes in to draw Ins money from tho treasury, he comes to you, gets his order and goes to the treas urer, who pays him the amount named in tho order: takes duplicate receipts, at ...

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. — 19 November 1890

-wr iiij W lW . wr ' ,",iiw'"W4w,; 3fo ijclxitagailtjgagle: (Twjestly 0ruhig0rrmcr 19, 189 Q. Liviktt luvl a. Family. TWELVE HUNDRED PERSONS EAT AND SLEEP UNDER ONE ROOF. It Is Not a Prison Either Immense Suc cess of the Civil Sorvlco Supply Assoc! ation of Great Britain After a Twenty five Tears' Test. Twenty-five years ago the government employes of Great Britain organized them Belvea into a "Civil Service Supply associa tian" in order to enable each member to purchase at wholesale prices food, clothing and furniture. A chest of tea was tho first investment. This was equally divided among the orig inators and subscribers, and the price of one pound of tea to each member was so Bmall that the news quickly spread, and thus originated "The Civil Service Supply association, limited," which has now be como in England one of tho most powerful corporations. None but civil bervice em ployes are admitted to membership. These include all branches of the service, such as the war office, fore...

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. — 19 November 1890

'gfafflitW larly; gagfe: MitftustTay Prtfttmg, gjfauoewfott 19,-i8$0; 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. nFnmPHny POfci ES I Ml&l pkam flL wLBk ASSQUUTEItf PURE AMUSEMEKTS. 1RAWFOKD GRAND o- -o M. h. CitAWronn. Manager ONE NIGHT ONLY! "Wednesday, November 19th. A MUSICAL TKEAT FOIL WICHITA! Rico & Dlxcy's Grand Production of tlio Beautiful Comic Chinese and Kngllsh Opera, Entitled PEARL OF PEKIN! GO CLEVER ARTISTS SO. All the Original Scenery. All the Original Costumes. All the Original Music. And In fact a macnlflcent production by a Superb Company of song bit ds. c KAWFOKD GltAND. o I.. l. CitAAvroitD, 3Ianeag ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 21 and 35 V. T. OilKLETOYS OPERA GO. VijquctflonaMr tho lMrge, htronguot and ttost Comic Opera Company In Eii&tanee. Tcrfect Production of the Two Greatost Comic Opera Successes, N MONDAY TUESDAY- THE MIKADO. "With splendid spi clal scenery, jronrtous, costly cos tumes, ma ninceut mounting, bupurb Choruses. , Pr...

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. — 20 November 1890

. i m-- -ht j irT. v JljWirpa JSaaSttQiaaulBctetr The Wichita Daily Eagle has the Largest Circulation of any Daily in Kansas. The Wichita Daily Eagle gives all the News of the day in a Bright, Crisp, Compact Form. YOL. XIV, NO 3. WICHITA KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2036. M S. ANOTHER CONTRIBUTION TO THE STANLEY CONTROVERSY. - The Great Explorer Said to be Part ly Responsible for the Rear Guard Troubles. Secretary Balfour Charges the Irish Lead ers With Magnifying Irish Dis tress for Political Purposes, Dillon and O'Brien Convicted and Sentenced for Six IMonths The Irish Envoys on Parnell The McKinley Bill and Canuck Fishermen Other For eign Notes of Interest. fish entering the United States from Canadian fishermen or dealers, while United States fishermen can enter their catch obtained in Canadian waters free of duty. The board points out that this provision will ultimately lead to the con trol of the Canadian fisheries by Ameri cans, and the government is...

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. — 20 November 1890

!Iie tMitTxiia gailg ncfit: hiiX5iti"Wm'Bovitmitt 20, 1890. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. "Wichita, Kan., Nov. 10. Tho highest temperature was CO , the lowest S5, and the mean C0, with warm cloudless weather, light variable winds and high barometer. Last year, on Nov. 10, tho highest tem perature was 61, the lowest 30, and the mean 46, and two years ago tho corres ponding temperatures were 43, 29 and 36. Fred L. Johnson, Observer. Wah Department. Washington. D. C, Nov. 19, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday: For Missouri and Kansas: Fair until Friday night; warmer winds, becoming southerly. MARRIED A JAP. Detroit, Mich., Nov. 19. Kullatoeo Fukushima was a Japanese nobleman and the central figure of n colony of his coun trymen at Michigan university, Ann Arbor. He fell in love with a sparkling eyed country girl who lived with her parents in a cosey, picturesque home near by, and her dowry was naught. The nobleman was rich, and had thousands in his own name, and was dazzling i...

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. — 20 November 1890

S&e WLithxi Dailij KQlt: Mxsfa Wowing, fjjtonemfeK 20,1890 41 FINANCEANDCOMMERCE VIOHITA MAHEETB. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 365 Cattle, 1,611 Hogs. Shipments No Cattle 489 Eo3. The receipts of native cattle were fair. The demand for butchers' cows and heifers was good and quite a number were sold at strong prices. Local butchers were good buyers today taking a large share of the offerings. There were no feeders on the market today, consequently no change in prices. The market clofeed strong. The receipts of hogs were good today, there being over 1,600 head in the yards. The market opened weak at yesterday's prices and continued weak and on the de cline till the close, closing strong, 10c lower. Speculators were timid about tak ing hold of the offerings and quite a num ber of loads were held over. The bulk of the hoes w ere bought by the packers and top prices were paid for the best packing hogs. Heavy hoijs again brought the top fig...

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. — 20 November 1890

4 &fce taaicfcita Jpailtj gaglc: JPrtuscTanj fHotuituj. 'Qtmmxbev 20, IS 3D, II. 31. MURDOCH, Editor. Chief Justice Roycc, of the Vermont 6upreme court, didn't want to die with his official boots ou, and &o resigned. He Is 70 years old. The "Wichita Eagle wants congress to pass a law restricting foreign immigration to tiiis country. Kansas City Gazette. That's right And as to the character of immigrants referred to, aren't you? Speaking of abbreviations, the Boston Transcript suggests that a good abbrevi ation for Alaska vould be L. S., which, as everybody knows, means the place of the seal. The Democatic papers of Ivansas keep continually harping about the demora lized Republican party of Kansas. "We don't know that this is any particular consolation, but there is not enough of the Democratic party left to be demora lized. The very hole through which it disappeared has dwindled into nothing. Dick Blue is up at Topeka talking for Funston for governor of Kansas two years henc...

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. — 20 November 1890

fcc WLirtxiitt Jpailij gtcdc: torsttay puwriug. 'govcnxbtx 2X 1890. M. M. lltmnorrc. 1 . P. Mranonr, Editor. I Business Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. .All V ttw prrtalnlncr to the bnjlnw of the print ing department or blndrry, or for ndrcrtlslnc fhoald be 5drrwe(l to the linslness manager or uirrrcommnnirauonTioxne mntor, Thn nnlr 1a11v nnnpr In Cnnthwu!im TTaneoanp the Arkansas ' Alley receiving both the dar and nlcht Associate Press Reports in f nlL autiip op ftrnrniiTiov p aii.v pacliI. In Advance Postage Trenald- PMlv. one copv one vear fm Dallr. one ropv, six month 01 nllv. one copy, three months 2 00 Diillv. one copy, one month Three times a week, any dav delred, per v'r... 4 00 Three times a vreet. nnv davs delred. bIx mo... 2 SO gnnflay FdlMon, 16 paces, one copy, one year ... 2 00 Sunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, six months. 1 ! WEEKLV LAGLU, neconr, one rear tl 01 One copy. Mxmontlm M Remittance mnr lie mnde nt our rllc either by draft, e...

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. — 20 November 1890

3pt Wiithiiii Dailij gajjle: jposstteg iJtfttmittg jomujelr i'tfj 1890: THE FIRST HOT. A New Play's Initial Produc tion in New York. AN AUDIENCE OF FAMOUS FOLK. Hard Hearted Critics, Enthusiastic Friends of the Author and Performer and Distinguished "First Xightcrs" In discriminately fllized in the Chairs. A queer combination of cold critics nnd Tmreasoning enthusiasts is the average audience which gathers to witness the first presentation of a play in New York, with the balance leaning- toward the first named class. Confirmed "flrst nighters" aie plen- GEN. SIIERMAX WATCHES TIIE PLAT, tiful in the metropolis. They seldom go to the theatre to sec anything but first per formances, and long practice has made them specialists. They can tell in a mo ment if anything in the piece has been "cribbed" from pervious productions; they know all the little mannerisms of the act ors and actresses; they can detect at n glance any imperfection which appears in the construction of the play; stage s...

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. — 20 November 1890

""wnvrnw " rstf.-i-v "-y -jv.!- 3?ftct Ibftxto gailijgaglc: Irarsfiaij glxairiug lujemtret- 20, 1890. YOTOG FOLKS' COLUMN. JNSTRUCTIVE ANQ ENTERTAINING READING FOR BOYSf AND GIRLS. A. Short Story Showing s "Wonderful In stinct in Common Pigeons A "VVo.undod Bird Rescued and Borne Safely Away by Two Companions. The common pigeon Is not generally thought to hare a great share of intelli gence, bnt the following story related by a sportsman is an instance of a wonderful instinct at' least. Our object, he says, was wrr W THE 'WOUNDED PIGEON. to shoot a rabbit, but the evening was dry and windy, and the grass not toothsome enough to suit bunny's dainty palate. So looking around I espied a flock of pigeons blue rocks. One was pied, having white feathers in its wing. Getting fairly within gunshot I fired, and the rest of the flock flew away. The pigeon lay motionless whilo I reloaded and walked toward it to pick It up. Judge of my surprise when two pigeons swept past me, touched it on eith...

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. — 20 November 1890

IP TOtMta gaily fSagfle: "ghxxs tfcaj gtltain-g, mtm'b.cK. 2pj J 8991. 8 K Highest of all in- Leavening Power. lHB. H AMUSEMENTS. CRAWFORD GRANB. o o I,. M. CitAwrorro, Maneae ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Monday and Tuesday, 'ov. 2 and 23. W. T. OAELETON'S OPEKA CO. Unquestionably tho largest, Strongest and Best Comic Opera Company In Existence Perfect Production of tho Two Greatest Comic Opora Successes, MONDAY-TUESDAY- THEMIKAI0. With splendid sj cial scenery, gorgeous, costly cos tumes, ma nlllcent mountings, supoi l Choruses. Pr!cs-rirt floor. 1.M nnd f 1.25; balcony. Jl.CO and 75c; calico 50c KUAIj ESTATE. (Tnrnlshed by the Deam Abstract Co.) Tho following transfers of real estate were filed for record in the office of the reeibter of deeds. Kufns Cone, sheriff, to L D Skinnpr &" 87 80 91. Dayton avenue, Central avenue addition S 200 Rufus Cone, sheriff, to State National bank 13 3 7, Frankfort avenue, Central avenue add 100 Lottie Kellogg to Badger Lumber Co, 9 11 13 15 17 19 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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