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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 November 1890

Historic socs Hans 1 1 I - 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 everyday; 2 cents aline a day. I VOL. XIV, NO 11. WICHITA KANSAS, SATURDAY iTORNUSTG. NOVEMBER 29, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 2014, "i'"""""" m I -y f f . - - , v v I to m si , ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TOST MASTER GENERAL. Facts and Figures Showing the Growth of the System for the Past Year. The Increase in the Oiroulating Medium of the Country as Shown by the Seoretary of the Treasury. The Brazilian Visitors Received at the White House Senator Spooler's Pros pects for the Attorney-Generalship Other National Notes. WaHINOTOV, Nov. 28 The postmaster fjcneral in Ins annual report reviews the Gestation of congress for the improve ment of the postal Venice, and dwells ut some length upon the change for the bet ter during the past jenr in the administra tive methods of the department The fol lowing reductions in expenses...

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. — 29 November 1890

H , 'V-J!? " r- Jpe liclxita UiiIij ixo;!: aturtog Harumgouciul)cr 29, 1890, WEATHER BULLETIN. Sioxal Office. "Wichita. Kan.. Nov. 2S. Tho highest tompuraturo was 57, the lowest 35, and the mean 40, with nearly stationary temperature and pres sure; fresh to brisk northwest winds, and cloudless weather. Lost year, on Nov. 28, the highest tem perature was 27. the lowest 15, and the moan 121, and two years apo the corres ponding temporaturos were 41 , 80 and 36 . J'"nKD L. Johnson. Observer. "WAr. DEPAItTMKNT.WASHIKr.rOK. D. C, Nov. 23, 8 p. m. ForccR&c until S p. in. Saturday: For Kansas Fair till Sunday night; no change in temperature; variable winds. For Missouri Fair till Monday night; no change in temperature; variable winds. THE WESTEBff COUNTIES. Tho Material Condition of the Western Part of the State. TOPEKA. Kan., Nov. 2S. J. II. Pitzor, of Arkolon, Seward county, is in tins city, ongaped in the case in which Sam "Wood is interested. Whon questioned upon tho material condi...

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. — 29 November 1890

Hgfte icMta gailtj gaglje: ahtrtlag-plcrrmtx xwjemlrcr 29, 1890 I l nil ujii u Vi MANCEANDCOMMERCB WIOHITA MAEEETS. Receipts of Livestock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 24 hours 40 Cattle, 640 Hogs. Shipments 16 Cattle, 380 Hours. The cattle receipts were light. There tvcre a few good feeding and htock steers on the ninrket which brought pretty good prices. The rest of the offerings were butchers' cows and heifers which sold Steady. The market was about steady on good stuff. Poor stuff was hard to sell. The receipts of hogs were fair aud the quality of offerings was somewhat better thau for a few days past. Packers took the bulk of the good hogs. The specula tors were somewhat timid and bought light. The market was strong, 5 cents higher than Wednesday's prices. Mexico hogs brought $3.G0, and some fancy pnck Ing hogs sold for SJ.GO. Bulk sold at from F3.52X3.57K. The market closed steady. WIOHITA LIVE BTOOK MARKET Wichita, Kan Nov. 23. CATTI.E. Quite a fair number of catt...

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. — 29 November 1890

4 gfe WLxdxitd g. gsnjlc: jMrfurifeg ptoraittg gtoiratt&eK, 29, 1 890. 31. 31. 3IUKDOCK, Editor. If Governor Hill should go tho United States senate from New York it would make "Jones of Binghatnton, ho pays tho freight,' governor of tho entire btate. How tho "scales" do turn some times. But time balances it all in. the Politically, the little town of Gay Head, Mass., is one of the most interest ing places in the country. It contains just twelvo votors, of whom eight are Republicans and four are Prohibitionists. There used to be a lone Democrat in tho town, but he is dead. Senator Allen, of "Washington, is an optimist of the first grade. He is quoted as saying that "tho McKinley bill is the best measure yet prepared on tho tariff question, and the people will ratify it in 1892. The Republican party has tho brightest prospects for that year." THE MATES OF 2JEN. The wholo Irish cause now hinges on the escapade of an Irish woman by the name of O'Shea. Oh, Shel A woman by the name 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. — 29 November 1890

QhtWLxtMfaQvahi gaglc: JfaturcTau, filcrmntg, IJtfttciuftev 29. 1890. IV ? N u rv M t M. ji. m rnnortt. P. Mmnnnt. KJltor. I liuMnest Manager. M. M. MUED00K & BBO. Publishers and Proprietors. AlllMterxprrtalnlnirtoUT? bulne of tho print ing drjiHrtmnt or bindery, or for ndvprtlslnc Mionld b ndrtrfwwl to the bnMness manaser or otbrr eommnntrntlon to tho editor. Th only dally runcr In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas alley recelvlne both the day and alcht Arsoclato Press Reports In full. lEHMonr rnrm trios' daily-r aglc In Advance Postaee Prepaid. Patlr. or.eropvone vear ..$ "" T)11v. one copy. plxmonths 4 0" Dally, one copy, three months 2HJ Pally, one copy, one month . , i2 Three times a weelc, any davs desired, per v'r .. 4 no Three tlmos a m eek, any days desired, Mx mo... 2 SO Pnnday Kdlflon, 16 paces, one copy, one year ... -. Sunday Kditlon, Jfi paes, one copy, blx montlis. 1 - WEEKLY EAGI.L. fneropv, one rear " Sn One copr, six months.. . . '" nemlttanc may be miide nt ...

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. — 29 November 1890

8 ftjc MJcMtitgailtjgagleratm-ttayltlofmMg, gtaoemfcer 29, 1890. WOMAN'S TvOBLD. A SUCCESSFUL WOMAN'S EXCHANGE IN UPPER NEW YORK. Tiie Chicago Temple Co-operative Ilonso kceplng Some Society Expenses Cush ions Galore The Latest Slourning Fad. Men Like Aprons. H.irlem doe3 not propose to lie out done by any other portion of the city. Its latest success is an exchange for woman's "work, established on a very small scale two years ago and now flour ishing beyond the hopes of its incor porators. It is situated at No. 40 West One Hundred and Twentj'-fifth street, has helped to a livelihood more than 200 women, who probably could not have been reached in anv other -way for it deals vr&h a peculiar class of consignors. "Women -who malrp and sell fancy goods and domestic articles for "pin money" are rigic&y denied' the institution's bene fits. The applicant must prove that she needs tho money and that it means a material lightening of the burden she bears. The proper committee inves...

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. — 29 November 1890

3Pjc W&itkitz gailij gagk: jainrtknj gforuiiicj, gfxrjujciutyjet 29, 1890 Si l R5 . as; u FIGHTER FITZSIMMONS. Re Claims the MIddlovrei(rht Champion ship and May Meet Dcmpsey. The newspapers bare been tilled of late with negotiations between Jack Dempsey and Bob Fitzsimmons looking toward s fight before the Puritan or Olympic clubs for a larfie purse and the middleweight championship of the world. Fitzsimmons, whose picture is presented in this article, la the middleweight champion of Austra- BOB FITZSIMMOX3. Ha, boxing instructor of the California club and a pugilist who has speedily con quered every man that has had the temer ity to stand before him. A series of easy ictories over men of note has placed him. at par with the leading middleweights of the world. Fitzsimmons stands 8 feet in height, is well put together and has a long nnd for midable reach. Since his arrival in America ho has met and easily worsted three good men, Denny Kelleher, Arthur Uphani and Billy McCarthy, ...

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. — 29 November 1890

Fffa 8 gfrt WLMxii a Jpaily gaI: atettatj lEljortxtug, llxrtr.em'&tr 29, 1990, pjwSipAjigimwfi11" Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOUUTEOf PURE i:i:aij estate. (Tnrnlslicd by tlie Deam Abstract Co. The following transfers of real estate were filed for record iu the office of the recistcr of deeds. United States to Isaac "W Arnold ne Y33 2S2e patent S G W Larimer to Beach & Dewing swV1232wwd C500 H L Dewing toKovilla Guest wnw 13 20 lewd 2000 Candace A Myers to S J Malian et al 3S Douglas ave Mends add wd &00 RO Sidles to A A -Mutcalf 12345 blk 3 Amlale w d SjO A A Metcalf to Clara Metcalf I -' 3 4 5blk3Andale wd 000 T J .lames Sr to T J James Jr swqrSisnjiSS 3w wd 8000 Henry Miller to John Guthrie nwqr mv qr nw qr 31 21) 3w w d ....... . . . 200 James H Freenan to Scogj;in & Scoggin 32 34 blk 15 "Washington nvendd wd C00 John P Lewis to American Buscuit & M'f'g Co s K l'ourth avo Meade's mldqc d ' 500 F M Knapp to John B Cable X nte est in II Matthewsou ave ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 November 1890

-t-t-fci rv-- I iJ he h . The Eagle is the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. TOL. XIY, NO 12. xmw irmia Jaailtj Eagle The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. I WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY JVIOENING, NO VEMBER 30, 189Q.-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 2045. I$222V otn 123 to 127 N. Main Street. CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEF I SCOOPED THEM ALL! The Tidal Wave of Popular Appreciation has made the J g oadmg Slaughter Sale SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS LA.T THEI AT THE- Monday morning we Trill opon the largest and handsomest line of Christ was handkerchiefs ever shown by us. These annual sales of handkerchiefs for Christmas have always provteaa reat success a success "for our cus tomers in their securing by far the best goods to be obtained and a suc cess for us in largely increased sales, thereby enabling us to oner these bargains. At 25 Cents. This line embraces over 200 dozen of very handsome embroidered, rever...

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. — 30 November 1890

5jiSS9? - Hr"--, grrs-afl state mm, NEWS OF INTEREST TO MEMBERS OF TIIE GKAND ARMY. The Candidates lor the Positions to be Filled at the Next Encampment. The Sanitary Commission Declaros the State to b8 Free From Oattle Diseases of Every Kind. Meetings of Several Kansas Sohool Teach ers' Associations The Hutchinson Salt Works Said to Have Been Purchased by Gould Other State liotei. SABETHA, Kan., Nov. 20. Department Commander Collins lias grunted n dispen-h.-iLion to all posts to hold I lie regular meetr ingfor tho election of oflicers1 (the first reg ular meeting in December; t J o'clock p. ni., if they fo desire. L. J. Webb has resigned the position of judge advocate of the department of Kan sas, on account of pres of business as commander-in-chief of the Sons of Veter ans. F. J. Close, of Kennedy post No 292, Troy, Kan., will fill the unexpired term. The attention of posts is especially called to the matter of representation of the department of Kansas in the twenty-fifth nationa...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 November 1890

"Sjpw " 'uwnmmapmi ""-r " i 'ww m, z&t,pxtog?r-s. Yrpt&c-f wi lb tJItixTxiia Ipailij gacgle: jitucfotj pioiuittg mremhci: 30, IS 90 !J JS l fo. T, ' Hj 1 I ! M 11 GLADSTONE'S REPLY TO THE PAR NELL MANIFESTO. A Flat Denial of the Statements Made by the Home Rule Leader. Oommouts of the British Press and People on the Irish Leader's Latest Move Michael Davitt's Views. The Composition of Professor Koch'a Lymph to Remain a Secret Hope3 of the Triple Alliance Bourbons Failure of Koch's Remedy in Certain Oases. IoKDOX, Nov. 29. Mr. Gladstone hns Issued a reply to Mr. Parnell's manifesto, in which he denies in toto the statements made by the Irish leader in regard to the retention of Irish members of the imperial parliament, tho settlement of the land or iisranan uimuuity in lreianu, mo control of the Irish constabulary, and the appoint- ment of the judiciary in Ireland. Hebe lieves, however, that he showed by his course in tho matter of the special com mission appointed to investi...

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. — 30 November 1890

4 Jgftc WiicUU ISTtj gaglc: mtcTan ptoumcs Smmwtrcr, 30, 1890. M. M. MUKDOCK, Editor. San Francisco has struck a fresh boom. Senator Fair has just made a .$5,000,000 Investment in realty in that place. The trial of "William Benson, the alleged murderer of Mrs. Mettman, at Leavenworth, will probably come tip in the United States circuit court in Topeka uext Tuesday. Tho trial will be an in teresting one -and will t xcile tho atten tion of the entire country. If the correspondents out on 1 he frontier can have their way there will surely be a big Indian war on paper, at leabt. It would bo a sore disappointment to those enterprising and brilliant ind viduals if tho Indians should finally conclude to quiet down, as now seems probable. If it is true that Jerre Simpson killed thirty deer iu the territory, we may wifely look in the near future for the cognomen "Deerskin Jerry." Ashland Journal. That would do as well as any other "wild west" appellation, but it wants to bo borno in timid th...

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. — 30 November 1890

"t tmnMiiiKw lite Wxtkitoc Jpaitij gaglc: j&mflag fjUavniitg, QomabcK 30? 1 S90. ri i J. X fcd 'J ' 1 Ji- Jl.Ji.Jlpnrorir, Editor. T MrnnorK. Bti!ne-s Manajer. M, M. ITOEDOOK & BSO. Publishers and Proprietors. i : All Irtlpprrtnln'nirtnttinbiinpsoof the print Inr drpnrtrrent or lilndprr. or for dvcrtllne Fhonld lx drirrrd to the business manaser or other comtnnn1rtloni to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Knnw or the Arkana Vnllev receiving both the day and rtijrht Awociate Pres Ileports In fall. iijixp or rn:rni ptiox n Air.v r agle. In Advance Postajo Prepaid. Patlr. one cop v ore rear .... R on Pallr. one copy. fx months 4 M Tlallr, one copy, three month 2m Pally, one copy, one month Three times a week, any dnvn des'red. per vr... 4 nn Three time a week, anv dav de1rel. six mo... 2 S Snnday FdUlon, IS pape. ono copy, one year ... 2 m Sunday Edition. 16 paces, one copy, tXx months. 1 25 WKEKLT EAGLE. nmi)T,on'1 vear .... ?! One copy. Mx months.... ifl Remttt...

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. — 30 November 1890

6 P W&tWtii gailtj gagler f iwctai) Itt'tfwmg, gtawmBfer 30, IB 90 A EESTJME OF THE SOOIAL EVENTS POS THE WEEK. A Long Array of Thanksgiving: Dinners A Day of Rejoicing and Enjoying as Well as of Renderincr up Gratitude Wichita People and Their Personalities The Various Movements of the Local "Four Hundred"-Its Anticipations as Well Gossipy Little Items that .our Neighbors Have Not Heard About Arrivals and Departures and Personal Items of Divers Kind. Do you still have turkey for luncheon? Brown is the bon-ton color this winter. Mrs. Gillis Smith is visiting in Harper. The butchers give a ball Tuesday even ing. Miss L-roa Ash is home from her visit east. it Miss Annie Green is visiting in Pitts burg. Mrs. E. L. Mackenzie is visiting in Run nymeade. There is a doctor in town who has never lost a patient. Mr. and Mr. Will Radford have gone back to Chicago. Miss Nettie McPherson will attend school at Indianapolis. There was a real Irish wake the other night in Wichita. Mrs. Frank R...

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. — 30 November 1890

ffr"11!-1 i"--'',',T'vrMirtTrrrfitTT-!rTw yjwnassrarHr?i.wriw-tyi Hi - pje W&dxiU gaily gaglx: jgnwcTaxj gJJorrirag, oujemr 30, 1880 l m r I i-J y ' THE MILKY WAY. Unto tho starx I said one night: "Ye aro unhappy, as I doom. Your rays, 8t softly, moekly bright, Throush boundless spaces sadly stream. "And oft I fancy that ye go Like white clad mourners through tho sky, With myriad -virgins holding high Their torches in procession slow. "Lire ye one ceaseless life of prayer? In prief w ith your existence n ed ? For these aro tears of liht most fair, Not rays of glory that yo shed. "Oh, ancient stars, that lived and shono Ere gods or creatures flllod the years, "Within your eyes are bitter tears" They answered me: "Wo aro alone! "Tor each of us is very far From all her sisters seen by thee; Our beams do meensers can bo Of what we feel or what we are. "And cold, unfeeling space devours Tho final warmih of ".very ray." I said: "I know what yo would say, For 3 e ore llko these souls o...

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. — 30 November 1890

Jgfce WlitMix gaily gagle: $ tmfc ptomimj, gjtamem&tt 30, 1890. 8 1 a&fi&tofc 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AVE. 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AVE. YOUR DOLLAR Than Any House in the City. One of our Buyers jist ret-arcied trom tile Market, wlaere lie lias closed, out several large lots at greatly Hecbacecl Prices. V -:- WB PLACE THEM ON SALE THIS WEEK. -:- D0NT FORGET YOUR GUESSING COUPONS Every 50c purchase gives you a guess at the beans in the jar, a chance to buy merchandise cheap and get one of our valuable prizes aggregating in value -:- $500.00 -: No prize in the lot but what would make any family rejoice whether rich, poor or intermedi ate. All these prizes given away December 31st. 1890. 25e 500 dozen ladies' merino pants. This lot we closed at 30c on the dollar, and you cannot buy them in any house in this city under 65c 25c 300 merino muffs. 19c 200 fur boas, black and white. We open 25 boxes all silk plush 18 inches wide, at 49c a yard. Full and complete assortment of black and col...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 November 1890

"Wichita has more Wholesale and Manufacturing houses than all the cities of Kansas combined Read the Eagle's Wholesale and Manufacturing Directory on this page. T PiLRT TWO. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JSO YEMBER 30, 1890. PAGES 9 TO 12. I w .!' S I Wichita Wholesale & Manufacturing Houses. The houses given below are representative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished thus for ready refer ence for the South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers and inquirers should correspond direct with names given. CHAS. T. -WHOLESALE- BOOKS, STATlOfflHiLIM GOODS I carry tbo largest stock of above in the state and am prepared to fill orders promptly with the newest and best selling goods at EASTERN PRICES. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 118 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF Steam Engines, Boilers and Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods, Rubber and Hemp Packing, Steam Fittings, Etc. Repairing of all Kinds ...

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. — 30 November 1890

to $fcx WLiclxxhx gailughQlc: tau& Stwmusr, anembtx 30, 1890. ABOUT MMAKEN ft IT. THE PIPE IN GRANDFATHER'S MOUTJ- HOW GRANDMAMMA DANCED. "Will Ton Hnvo Some Claret? Caricature 'otf Kclitrticd by Tliclr Subjects "ron'i LaUgh at Your Oxm .Ichts" ATlieu to lit Xfuniiy anil "When Not to I.e Funny. Copyright by American Press Association We sometimes heur persons playfully warned "not to be so funny or thoy will hurt themselves." But it is quite true that mistaken ideas of humor often do lesult in mis fortune to tfie humorist, and one gener :illy feels that the misfortune is Avell enougli deserved. I knew ono young man who cut him self out of hid grandfather's will by slcetohing a, pipe as coming out of the mouth of that veuerablo gentleman's portrait, and a young huh who lost the gift of her grandmother's brocade dress of unknown value by humorously illus trating the old lady's probable style of dancing in her youth. As for more severe practical jokes, few persons in these days are...

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. — 30 November 1890

mtmifiaxipjjitjasu fr-iauai-W. taif8g:t .i-j- lite mMtiia pailtj gagle: nutlay gtorimig, tjjtjracrofccr 30, X 890 11 1 ? m. W m ' TV r 0 ij F1NANCEANDC0MMERCE WICHITA MABKETS. Beceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 24 Cattle, 694 Hogs. Shipments None. Tho receipts of cattle were rather light today. The offerings consisted entirely of butchers htuff and stock cattle. Good butchers cattle are in active demand and would sell for good prices. There is not much demand at present for feeding steers or 6tockers except on orders. The market closed strong on butcher's cattle and steady on other grades. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET Wichita. Kan Nov. 29. CATTL The receipts of cattle were light. Prices are Ftrong on butcher Muff. Native fthlpplnc steers, cood to extra.. .53 25 $ 03 Good to extra native butcher sleemiafta 1100 lbs. 3 rJ i to 2Z" 32C5 1 75 ft.2 1 75 2 1 Si 8l 5 1 23 1 73 , 1 SO 2 M , 1 75 2 J 1 35 (SI :o 10) ei io .vi ai 03 4 5U 6 O 2 SI &2 75 2...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 November 1890

12 She WLitkii. gaiftj kqU: tmtTag ptoramn;, fJcnwmlttK 30, 1890. v "mwAhkVS. ol2 THE MASTER BUILDER. The Truth Is a builder that bufldcth slotr. Yet builds exceedingly strong; Eaca.eeeaain$, inooasequojst trivial port Xi tried with tae test of a master's art; With the delicate touch of an artist's hand The lightest and tiniest grain of sand Is arranged in its place in that edifice grand Whose architect never goes wrong. The Truth Is a builder that few may know. The work is so vrondrously still; Noiselessly, ceaselessly delviog the earth. Selecting, inspectiiuc each object of worth, Exploring the depths of the sea and the aii; Or the realms of the inflnito everywhere Treasure of value beyond compare Is gathered with consummate skill. The Truth Is a builder that buildeth slow, Yet the edifice stands for aye; When glittering records of warrior's deeds. Bewildering rules of philosophers' creeds, The dogmas of schools and pohttcal schemes. Fanatical follies, enthusiasts' dreams, And all...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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