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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 26 November 1890

Irc '(IStMrifct gaily gagk: WXtihxes&ni f&ovmug, fjmmttftcv 26. 1890. 1 1 1 V ai.M.Jlcnnocrc. I Jl-P. Mrnnncrc. Editor. ' Bulne5 Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Pnblishors and Proprietors. All lrtte- prrtalnlne to th bu'ncs of the prlnt Inr dpjinrtrn'Tit or blndrrv. or for julvcrtMnc Fhonld lv fiddrrovrt to the bnMnes'j nianajer or othrr communication1? to th editor. Tho onlv dallv nnprrln nnthwctcrn KAnaor tho Arknna Valley receiving both the day and nlfiht Associate Press Reports In full. iekwh op srnrniPTiox' n Ati.r r olk. In Adrance Po5Ujo Propald. P"v onecnpvo"e veir ., f JJJ PbIIt. onecopr. 1r month jJ Dollr. one ropv, three month -2? Ilallv. one copr, one month 12 Three times n week, anvdnvfi lelred, per v'r JJJ Three tlme a -week, nnr davs detred. lx mo... w Sunday KdlJIon, 1(1 pace, one copv, ono rear . . - J" feunday Edition. 16 paces, ono copy. feU months, l - WKUKLV LAULU rneropr. one rear One conr. lr months nm an Pemlttanre mav he made at our rlMc nvr 'r tfr...

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. — 26 November 1890

w" ? t&r&t&'?rZa v wfcjWrt11 pe MicMfa gaily gaoje: ISUifaestlag lifarufttg, fgLtmi3tt.u-es.26, 1890. i; YTORSK THAN HltUTES. There lives at Twenty-first and Arkan sas avenues an old man named William Thompson and his family, consisting of a wife and several children, among whom Is a son, Bob, about 23 years of age. On Monday night the family cot into a row over some matters pertaining to the title to the property where they live, which, it seems, is in Mrs. Thompson's name. The sou, Bob, knocked his father down, who, by the way, is 60 years of age, and then kicked and stamped him in a brutal manner, the old lady in the meantime standing by and encouraging the young brute to kill his fathpr, handing him a club to beit the prostrate man with. A neighbor who had heard the disturbance happened in just in time to prevent the using of the club. The police were sent for, but .as no one would make complaint no arrests were made. Mrs Thompson told one of the police men that she ...

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. — 26 November 1890

5EIxc TOcfriia gaily gaglc: IwTucstTatj g&omiug;. gjcraeniuev 26, 1890. 1 ;1 l w R! l'"i jjS u .t MARGUERITE IS WASHING DISHES. First a pan of water, cleor, Snow white dishcloths lying near Foamy soapsuds, for you know Soapsuds make the greaso 6pots ro. Back and forth the email hands glide, To and fro the tea towels slide. Bee that roofet determined air. Setting quaint on faco bo fair; Soon all dirt she will abolish. With that most emphatic polish. In and out tho water swLsheR Marguerite- is washing di&hes. Sleeves above tho elbow rolled, Dusting cap o'er hair of gold. Brown eyes full cf grave intent, On the old blue china IkjuL Now the glass and silverware, See how speed combined with care Workcth marvels: bands so fair. Make such lowly tasks a pleasure. Marguerite's a household treasure. So I think, but dare not say it. Might as well talk lovo to ashes Marguerite is washing dishes. Sho can paint and she can sing, She can play most anything. And bbe does mu .i fancy stitchi...

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. — 26 November 1890

v -Wjrgwwwi JPttltttaia JpaHtj Itagle: Witdnts ctatj ptomitrg, iptoffmtrc 26, 1890, s Highest of all in Leavening Power. IbbbbbbL jIb rQHwvr S K JBliCs-9 Jul n. Haft 1&5 JEBPL, ABSOLUTELY PURE AMUSEMENTS. CRAWTORD ORAM) o o M. h. CiiAWtonn. Manager THURSDAY. NOVEMBER '.Til. AMI TirAXKSGIVIXG MA TIXEE. Special EnRaRf nif nt of tlic Xhw York Laughing feucws -: RUNNING AYILD :-1 By Chas. T. Vincent, antlmr of 'A Gruss Widow." "Tlio Editor " Etc . ns plnvcd in all the lead ing cities of the United status. Sparkliujr Climaxes, Unequalled Specialises, Prettiest Tirls. Prettiest Costumes KKAIj KSTATK (Furnished by the Dciun Abstract Co.1) The following transfers of real estate rreio filed for record in the ollico of the register of deeds. John S. Garrison to David J. Garri son i) 11 30 32 34 30 33 Groi e avo 33 33 37 Guthrie ave wd 2000 J T Valentine to Mrs Janie M Cook 30 32 Green ave Firebaugh's sub lot 4 Chautauqua wii 500 J T Valentine to Mrs Zoc Morris :iG 2S Grten ave Firebaugh's...

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. — 27 November 1890

TTT1 rtlT4 1 ! Y f 17 1 - The Eagle is the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. JL i -YHOLE NO. 2041. YOL. XIY, NO 8. WICHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, KO"VEMBER41890. i HANS. CONFLICTING REPORTS FROM THE NORTHWEST. Alarming Telegrams to General ililcs from the Governor of South Dakota, A RantAman Declares the Scare to be Devico of the Settlers to Procure the Removal of the Indians. The Army Making Preparations to Protect Life and Property from the Supposed Danger Strangers "Warned to Leave Pine Ridge Agency Other News and Notes. CnicAoo, Nov. 20. Last night Gen. Milos received tho following telegrams from Governor Mellette, of South Dakota, and immediately after the wime wild that Generals Itm-er and Hrook. xveie making nil preparstioiib possible to protect lives nnd protwrtj. Thu dispatches have leen rcnoaleu to tho war dojwirtment at Wash ingto...

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. — 27 November 1890

-rmttrf- &. ' y.jy Mippsft ue MicHta &ailg gafftc: g&WKStTag foxttiu& cnrcmTr.cr 27, 1890. WEATHER BULLETIN. Pigxal Office. Wichita, Kan., Nov. 20. Tho highest temperature was 51, tbe lowest 24, and the mean 33, with fresh north winds becoming light and var iable, colder, cloudless weather, and high barometer. Last year, on Nov. 2G, the hiahest tem perature was 35, the lowest 31, and the mean 33, and two years ago tho corres ponding temperatures were SO2, 33 and Fred I. Johnson. Observer. Wak Department. Washing rojj. D. C, Nov. 20, S p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday: For Kansas FaL till Friday night; no change in temporaturc, variable winds. For Missouri Fair till Friday night; warmer winds becoming southeasterly. FAILURES. DULUTH, Minn., Nov. 20. Bell & Eister. bankers, have suspended. The following notice was posted on the bank door this morning: "Owing to the great stringency in the money mar1- et, we Und ourselves wholly (lunula to meet our obligations,...

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. — 27 November 1890

Sfte KHxttaia Jpailij gagle: gixtirstTai ptoraiug, mremuci: 27, 1890 3 I h K rta ki i.'. WIOELTA MARKETS. Receipts of Llvo Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours--42 Cattle, 1223 Hogs. Shipments 28 Cattle, 370 Hobs. The receipts of cattle were fair. Some fair cattle were on sale and sold at good prices. The market remains about steady at quotations. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET Wichita. Katu Nor. 26. CATTI-r. The receipts of cattle , wot fair The market re mains uncimncea aim u3 .. .,....., . Nntlye shlpplnc 'teer. food to 'X,,SV1''-3 s Good to extra natlTe butcher steers. NWJ3 12001bs j-SJ Native feedlne steers 1 Z Nntlvestockers....... J i? rhnfo rows and heifers - 1 ii 4 00 (Z2T5 2C5 a2 25 Falrto pood cows and heifers.. Bulls and ntat'8 Fat yearllnir Good yesrllucs 125 a i 75 1 25 (Xl 75 1 M A2 50 1 75 (22 fO 1 35 (21 50 Canners 1 CO Obi 10 Poorer trades and pcallawaRS m el IU Veal cat voa, per bead W fG g0 Toiasstoers, pood to extra 2 SO d'i 5 Txas steers, fair 2 (...

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. — 27 November 1890

-fag,, -re j5,-3- .- .T'nAfttSre'T!NMJIfi(t3 4r Iijc IxUidxita gttilti gagTc: feursflmj fjtloiariwj fjffuiucfar, 27, 1890. "M. M. TH1 KIOCK. J.lltor. Kansas and Maine are the only two states left with prohibition in their con btitutions. , - Governor Humphrey's new term of office begins Jan. 12, 1891, one day before balloting begins in the legislature for a United Scates senator to succeed Senator Ingalls. A few regiments of government soldiers with fctraigbt business orders would do jnore thau uuytliiiiK cls to Siouxtho the restless red men. Emp .ria Republican. "What ever the effect upon the Indians, it don't Siouxt the soldiers, just at this &eason. .,...,. ....i Another immense English estate with a lot of American claimants comes to the fore. The dispatches tell us that the claimants are nearly all Eafcin for their great-grand-sire's wealth, and wo wish they may get it. Kansas leads all the rest of tho states in condition of the winter wheat crop, and also in tho per cent o...

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. — 27 November 1890

gfee Wdrite gaits gajjlc: $ftursifay ftariug, gouxmtrci; 27. 1890. , fit a'.' I , 31. M. MCKnort?, Kdttor. J'.r.Mi'nTtorK. )Sn1nr Manager. M. M. MUBD00K & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All lrttr prrfalnlnc to thn lm'slno of th print Ire dcTmrtmrnt or Wmlorr. or for advert "nine should N n:drw1 to thp hn.'ncss manager or othr comninnioiit4on to th editor. The only dolly naprr In Pnnthvrftern Knnn or mo Arvnnw vnu lev recPlvlnz both tho day and nicnt ABociit itcm Hrporto in full. 3iauiporisrnniiPTiovTM!! rrtGin. In Adrnnop Potase PrcpaM. Ti"v. on" cnjtr ot vrnr JS M Pntlr. onr copr, itiTnonti.. .. m Pullj-, OTii copr. tliro months 2 01 Dn 1y, onr ropv. ono month "5 Thro1 tlTies wpok, nnr lvs rtoc1r"1. pTv'r .. 4 ffl Thrw TlmoF n ttppIt, anv daf riVslrod, "It mo... 2 W Snndnjr FdlJ'on, Ifipnpps, orio ropy, one yrr ... 2W Sunday Edition, 16 pnpcn, one copy, Mr mouths. 1 - WEEKLY KAGLU '"Tircnpv on vrnr ' 5n Onrropr, (cmnntn. ... l Ppm1ttnnri ronv b mml" at nnr rlV pith" iv trnft,...

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. — 27 November 1890

"eKT')r'KJnk r5CJ" Ixje WLithite gaily gz: IntrstTaij pioruitig. JcrowTx.ev 27, 1890. 6 - ' -ijHlliil f -v m . w 1 -b 4 Ti HT . K YY WmrAnQ TTlMV lifTTTV. fftL LiiRHISJPliftl 1 lili!hiin lAlliAlAnniA Ft fill nYiiiin nrnxTintf U Ail AAA sst vv mi vv twmt1. cv im n . r h n . THE PEDAGOGUES. A goodly number of teachers from Cow ley county are expected to attend the meeting of the Southwestern Kansas reachers' association in this city todny nuil tomorrow. Prof. Rice of Winfleld is on the program for a paper on "Physical Training of the PupiL" Mrs. Caton will read a paper on "Teachers' Examinations and Issuing Certificates." All the counties in the association's jurisdiction will be represented in the meeting, and many others from different parts of the state are expected to be in at tendance and participate in the services. THANKSGIVING CMLDKEN'S DAY. To the Editor or the Kacle. Another day for the annual expression of gratitude for our many blessings is Iierc. A generous public has alw...

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. — 27 November 1890

3pt icTxita gaily g 27, 1S90. I r j tf-i Wt ;V fl TSt x'rl lHil Il 1 HftSfiEW Awl) Yix V&aflbJsss; (2piy,'BBvBTstonS5r' THANKSGIVING, 11890. Oo-vriht by Amcricaa Trews Atooiatlon 1 B'ore a lxferul ocMan yean ago. I ' n r coaM all desolate with www, A M-rw lurked the wolf mid aiill iimm-h aaviqre fui "ho hUn in Migrans l.nlt in Kraotudu I nto tlio kh r of ail earthly ood- " Ith ditb and ciarr hy their ndi alw ay, iw L't! in tin se dismal days ha J the ,r whit li to I i I uL-J ta thanksgiving pray . 'ien as the offset of their leafs and cares reedoui lIow to worship Ood v.ax theirs. Nor had tlio patriots littUi rmton more In the lont; ItuvoluticHMiry war. When fato uat-h day but new disaster horo To follow iu Uieir stern forefatlier's wj- And yield w hat Mouied the mockery of pralAo. Today with lint's in happy phtocs cat, IUchtT than ail th tniipint f tha iast, Tht gray j;IoIxs'h ;rus.t oirsprinR and the last. What havo ite not. Inn that with one accord Tho land nhould render homa...

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. — 27 November 1890

'"WWkjff'WWJSll3!"' J&etHHitWta gailij garrle: Jgfarastlag pdsmhagf, Stamemfccr 27, 1890. 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. PlrSVsJ Baking &B 1OWCIC1 ABSOUUTEIf PURi -AMUSEMENTS. CRAWFORD GRAND o o M. L. Ciiawiord. Manager THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH. AND THAXKSGI VI XG MA TIXEE. Special EncaRnipnt of the Xhw York Laughing Success J -RUNNING WILD-1 t r ByCnus. T. Vintvnr, author of 'A Grass Widow." "The Kdltor." Ktc, as plaj ed In all tho lcad- lnc cltivs of tho Cnlted Stntcft. Sparkling Climaxes, Unequalled Specialties. Prettiest irs. Prettiest Oostuuies Spcr la 1 Notice. One-fourth off on milliuerv this week. Open evenings. "Varrens, d8 4t 232 .Mam. Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska, form for Oklahoma, for sale at this oflicij. Ader&b tho AVichitaEAGLi;, "Wichita Kan, 147-tf Three Tliroush Twins. Two night, one morning, Kansas City to Chicago. The Santa Fe route. -i'S-il Look before 3011 leap. Take the Frisco Flyer to St. Louis. dll3-tf Aie you going west? Are you gomg ...

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. — 28 November 1890

WWii i The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. The Eagle is the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. i i YOL. XIY, NO 10. WICHITA KANSAS, FBIDAYMORXLS'G.NOYEAIBER28, 1S90. "WHOLE NO. 2043. r V? ' w$ I 3 PE0DU0TI0N AND EXPORTATION. Soma Pacts About Indian Wheat To tho Editor of the Knjlo. Tho producer of any commodity natur ally desires to know what are the facts in relation to the advantages, if any, enjoyed by his competitor and there being whether international or not a vabt amount of misinformation feet afloat as to Indian wlieat production and exportation. I have tuScn much paint, and bpent a great liniotinr of both time and labor in invest i gnting the subject, and, with the Eagli:'s lissibtanee, will j,ive the people of Kansas tho benefit of such labor, being impelled to do so bylnidwgtiie following absolutely false statements in a recout issue of a journal of nation-wide circulati...

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. — 28 November 1890

T"3 Ttc "BSiicMia aily gaglc: ffrfflag ptoiimicr, Qavcxribtx 28, 1890. 2 M1KAL OUT SALE! THE USUAL XU3IBEU OF ESTKIES FOll THE DAY. A Couple of Indian Territory Jurors Arrested in the Court Itoom for Murder. me Entire Stock of INNBS & ROSS can be Bought for Fifty Gents on tlie Dollar. Jealousy Loads to a Tight Between a Man and His "Wife, in Which the Woman Gets Killed. A Drunkon low in a West Virginia Town An Illinois Murderer Convicted A County Treasurer Arrested Minor Offense?. WEATHER BULLETIN. SlrtXAb OFFICE. WICHITA, Kan., Nov 27. The highest temperature wasiri-. the lowest 82 , and the mean 47-. with warm, cloudless weather, liht southeast to fresh southerly windb and a plight fall in the pressure. Last year, ou Nov. 27, the highest tem perature wis -14 , thu lowest 27 , and the mean W, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 47, 30 and FltKn L. .ToilXSON, Observer. "War Dkj'AKTMknt. Washington". DVC, Nov. 27, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Friday: Fair til...

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. — 28 November 1890

r 3jfoje WLicteicC Hailtj gagle: fftitTay i&amhtcr, fjoucmuci: 28, 1890 I K ! tdl ti ilNCEAiCOMIRCE VIOHITA MAEKET3. K ' Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stop Yards during: the past 24 hours--No Cattle, 300 Hogs. Shipments 26 Cattle, 548 Hoars. There wore no cattle received and but one load shipped out Xo change was made in quotations. The receipts of bogs were conlined to four loads. There was a little business done before noon among the hog poll-, but it was at the closing figures of Wednesday. Buyers generally thought this would bo a holiday and but few put in an appearance. The market closed at noon with home hogs unsold. The prices paid were low and the market dull. WICHITA LIVE STOOK MARKET Wichita. Kau.. Not. 27. CATTLE. Ttpro tve.ro no cattle recolveu to-day. Quotations rritiaiu unchanged. Iw.tive shipping fcteers. erwx! to extra... J3 2j Hi 01 l,ood toextianattvebtcli6rters,lGGf jaWllHJ 210 27 N,x ve leedltiK slews - '42 t JftUPRlOCk-T - J ( r. -e cttWH Mid heifer - ...

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. — 28 November 1890

jpm. ?miimtmwi&iiMittiai4itq0'4n WjNWWftltwyl TJtc WLithiix -Daily; gtigTc: ffi'ttfcnj gtlovmug fXcrotucbcr. 28, 1890. I ytlq.flmm.lmcl M. M. SirKDOCK. 1-dltor. Because there is not half enough gold ;ind siher in the -world for the purpose of currency is that any rea&ou hy free coinage of silver should be denied and the purchase powei of gold doubled in the hands of the c dthy holders-' During the hist ten 3 ears the 8S cities rnd towns leprcacntcd m the retuins, by reducing their debtoi incicuoing their icsoiirces liao bettered then condition financially to the amount of "j, 777,019. "Wichita it. not in the list, hlit its c or.cti tion as to the lattoi pait of the foregoing clause entitles it to first place It ill be noticed that the sessions of iho National 1 nimeis Alliante are held in the bouth. Senator Ing.ills it w as w ho in a speech a j eai or so ago pictuied the probabilities of the south and vest join ing hands, th n needs, demands and in terests being mutual. 1 lu...

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. — 28 November 1890

f ..lyuimwji""! '"JgeBjuumji "n,. i 'mLi'.un !pc Wlkhite iaitij iXti f ritTatj Sttontmc), Itoumlkv 28, 1890. I rt IV. ? lil il.3I.Mrnr.orir. , H.P.Mrrworr:. Fdltor. i Buv!nc Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Vtf e pTtatntnir to thn bnlnf of the prlnt nir 1Trtm',nt or bindery-, or for ndvortNlne should bo sddrretl to the business niana?er or othrrcnmmnntc-nHrm to the editor. Thf onlv dsllv iwpcrin Southwestern Kunxor tho ArJ,an 1 nllcv receiving both the day and nlclit Associate rres Report In full. zzuys or 5rnirniTvTio.v n ut v r agls. In Advance PostJico Prepaid. P I'r, nno ropv ori ifar DaIIv, one conv, sis month.. ntly, on rnpr, three ir otth. . . . Pally, one copy, one month Three time a week, anv dad'l'rHt, per v'r Three time a week, any days desired, lx mo. bUDday Ildltlon. 16 paces' one copy, rixmontlis. 1 2j rt.tKLrEAGLi fneronr. on rear .... Tl 0J One eopv. six month remittance mav be made at our rlV either bv craft, express expres moncr ord...

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. — 28 November 1890

- -MtMHiifci fce URicMta gailg gagle: gnctaij f)ifowriug, fijtottem&ei: 28, 1890.- 6 -yr owrwirt iwnp- "rsw'Ws' BIDING BCCX JWIPEKS. EXPERIENCES OH THE BACK Of HORSES THAT JUMP. Slack Jumpers Aro Found In I.urgo Num bers in AuMrnlia Bow It reels to lie in the Saddle on One of Tlee UousU An Account of a Dittirult Zilotiut. Mr Finch-Hatton, wbo lw much to n;. nltout burkt-rs, tolls w rhat sore tmcks ano gii th galling are t he tirscs f Aiibtruliai. bath nuiug curses wHch are thirfly dm to the carelessness of riders. A horfae fe" holc-ly on rasa &nd galloped nearly a linn drcd milea ut a stretch ib. of course, moii liable to bore buck than one fed upon oats, and an additional disadvantage to Au.stra Lan "walei-h" is that they are never groomed, tnd then-ions have very dirtj coats. Moreover, tby are ridden in a fchapeless, cumbersome machine called . colonial saddle, which is made of rougl leather, with a high pommel and cautle und huge knee pads. Altogether this unwieldy contri...

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. — 28 November 1890

3j!hx (tS&itfaia gaily. gagTc: ffzMatj fjlox-umg, IJcokwIjci; 28, 1830. I ', ; 9 HAED ON YOMG WIVES. HOW THE WORLD'S.CRUEL CRITICISM, AFFECTS THEM. Krer Action I Discussed by Busybodies. Much Tain and Annoyance Might Be Avoided if Mothers AVer Alive to Their Duties Power of Goebip. Few are conscious of how the opinion of other people affects our every act and deed. We do over and over again the very thing we dislike tho mot because of what people will say if we don't. We stay at home from places we long to see; we deny our tastes in evory way because Mrs. Grundy might object. Particularly we women, for men pay less attention to this mysterious yet mighty personage, although they, too, are constantly forced toacknowl edge the influence she wicldr.. In the majority of cases she is a very de sirable check upon one's actions, butthero are times when her influence galls and the rebellion against her dictate is stroug and mighty. Especially in the matter of our expenses is the influen...

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. — 28 November 1890

"- JFI--T-7 WmkMU gailij Eagle: f ritlaij par mug," Stattmftes 28, 1890. s Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOUUTEDf PURE KHAIj nSTATIi nrnlslicd by tho Deam Abstnict Co. Tho following transfers of real estate xvero filed for record in the office- of the recister of deeds. M C Long to John Lone 139 141 143 145 147 149 Fair-view nve Hammers addition to Clearwater.. 1 00 Ed Uraden to Rrchacl A Austin lot D in Waters add to ElPaso w d....:JG0 00 Rufus Cone fhf to Wichita Loan and Trust Co.5'25 327 529531 Rosenthal', sud-diviMon, shfs d 50 00 George Hoelzle to M Bloch n 14 "e ( r 29 le wd 20 00 Bufus Cone to F A Heed 1 Washing ton ave Viola add w d 50 00 J T Lchoonover to .1. F. Youngmey cr 10 12 Fourth ave Mueller's add wd 1,150 Wm Stancor to Geo W VanWerden 122 Main st City wd 4,500 Spc( ial Notice. One-fourth off on millinery this week. Open evenings. WAmrEX's, d8 4t Xtt -Mam. Deeds, Mortgages, eta, (NehrT-ka form for Oklahoma, for sale at this ollice. Aderss tho "VVichitaEAGLn, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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