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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 4 December 1890

,-i mt -v s"- J. , Jpe WLitlxitx gitilij gagle: glxurstlay pfonttug, gcmnhtt 4, 1 S90. N i M.M. Jlcnnoric. k. P. VrnnorK. HuMncs Manager. Editor. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers rfncl Proprietors. All Wtr rTti1ntnc n t bn1nrs of the rrlnt Ijie rtrpirtirrnt or bindery, or for ndvcrtlslnc fhonld o nddrewil to the bnMncss manager or other cotnrrunlratiom to the editor. The only da"T pnper In 5outhwetern Knnea or the Arknn Vnlley recelvlne both tho day ana alcht Associate Press Tleports In full. uuix.e ok KrnTntPTiov n mi t t Afii.r. In Advance PostAce Prepaid. DutlT.otiecoDron" vear $ Dallr, one copt, fir month.. .. - - LV Dully, one copv. three wonths -II; "'lr. one copy, one month , !2 Three time n Treelc, any darn delred, iwv r .. J Threetlmeawek. anv days deMred. sixmo . - jjj SnndarFdltlon, 1fipace. one copv. one vear . faunday Edition. 16 rces. one copy. six months. 1 - Oneropr, one roar in Onecopr. Mt month" -. Pemlttance mnr lx made at onr rMk '""br raft, express exnrcF mon...

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. — 4 December 1890

'ghzWLithiix gailtj f&gle: feurstlaxj vgtoxmug, ttzmbtx 4, X890. 6 x JNO )&UDL,j ritJENTS. THE BRIDE OF THE RJTUPE WILL GET NO GIFTS FROM FRIENDS. And for This Reason Will Not Have to Return tho Compliment "When the Aforesaid Friends Commit Matrimony. Gorgeous Displays of Former Times. "Tbero was no display of Rifts, although they have been pourinp: in for many weeks from tho two continents." This significant statement appeared re cently in a newspaper account of the mar riage at New York city of Baron de Vriero nnd Sfiss Annie Cutting. The bridegroom is a Belgian nobleman who has adopted a diplomatic career, and is connected with EAKOX AKD BAr.ONESS DE VT.IEnE. the legation of his country at Washington. He, or rather his father, possesses amplo fortune, and the bride is also from an old nnd v. ealrhy famil y. Naturally the numerous friends of tho young folks desired to shower them with presents and presumably did so, but whether the shower was only a mild affair or a regula...

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. — 4 December 1890

2Ixc SlMtxtagailijgcxgle: llxxtrsclay Ufoniiug, jccoutrcr 4r, IS 90. 7 I WJaJfffr Wiahn-Q Whnhoflla A FAMOUS FOOTBALL BOYS. Eorae of the Cracks "Who "Will Play Thanksgiving Day. Which will win Princeton or Yale? That i3 the question every collegian past or present, and every oth er man in America who is interested in football, will ask himself on Nov. 27 when the king college teams of the FOE. WAKIIEN'. conntry come together in their annual strug gle for supremacy in the intcrcollegiato se ries. Princeton won last year, but will she win again? BLACK. Three of Princeton's crack players who did yeoman service last year and who will play again Thanksgiving day are Capt. Pop, Warren and Black. Poo is only 19 years old, but he can play football as well as his great namesake could write poetry. In his favorite position of quarterback ho plays a wonderful game. He has thorough command of his men, and his generalship is excellent. He is a mod est, boyish, but sturdy looking little fellow, a...

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. — 4 December 1890

8 3ftje WLitJxtt gaily gagle: Iturstlatj ptotuxtrg- Setemtor 4r, 1890 Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOlUTBClf PURE GOOD THING-VERY I The "Xolmtton" night shirt for men with "nowives" is our latest Good Tiring. Going1 like hot cakes. CANTON FLANNEL KJsrht robes, just the thin" for those cold -winter nifrhts, cost $1.2.1; and an elerant embroidered front gown for $1.00. Great line of glovca. See our $1.25 walking gloves. )) The Halter and Haberdasher, 149 N -AIMS ST. .. AMUSEMENTS.- c RAWFOKD GRAND. o -o Ii. 31. Crawford. Mancag SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6. Ladies and Childrens Special Mat tincc at 2 P. M. Tho Littlo Electric Magnet, OLLIE REDPATH, Supported by tho Natural Actor, charles r, MOintisox, And his company of Comedians. Slnpcrs and Danc ers, In the Great Sensational Comedy, The Fireman's lard! SEE THE GREAT TIRE SCENE. Charming Music ! Funny Comedians I Artistic Dancers! SEE THE GREAT ENGINE-ROOM SCENE, fee tho rnntnoth tank containing .TT.Oit) gallons of water, also tho be...

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. — 5 December 1890

Kans. Historical Society JhWir 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. YOL. XIY, NO 16. WICHITA KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5," 189Q WHOLE NO. 2049. 1 -! GrST ! rT 4 A rmai art mitftfr h M? !.-- - r --- f 1 A m?-JLUL JL JL a is y o " e ' T I $ M C x V. omxr 11 TIIE INDIAN TBOUBLE AGAIN DIS CUSSED IN TIIE SENATE. A Committee Appointed to Look Into the Relations of the Chero- kees and the Government. Tho House Discusses the Pension Appro priation Bill The Charge Against Baum Again Aired Mr. Blaine "Welcomes the Memhers of the Intercontinental Eailway Commission Nominations Sent to tho Senate General Notes of the Day. WAsmxGTON, Dec 4. Among the num erous petitions presumed and referred, was one by Mr. Hiscock, from bankers, im porters and merchants of Xew York, ask fng for an extension of the time for tho withdrawal of goods from b...

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. — 5 December 1890

xt Mliclxita 4$ixxh5 xqU: riffag 3?lorniugt gcmwbjcr 5, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Offici:. Wichita, Ivan., Dec. 4. Tho highest temperature was 4S, the lowest 2S, and the wean S, with slightly wanner, cloudy followed clearing weather, brisk bouthcast to high southerly, decreasing to fresh at night. Last year, on Dec i, the lushest tem perature was 01, the lowest 30, and the mean 48, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 07, 27 and 47. JFnnD L. Joiixsok, Observer. YTAJl DEPAIITMEKT. "WASHING TOX, D. C, Dec. 4,8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. in. Friday: For Kansas and Colorado Light snow or rain, winds drifting to northwesterly, colder except in Eastern Kansas, warmer. For Missouri Rain or snow, southerly windf. THE ITaTIONALIST MEETING. Action on tho Retirement of the Irish Leader Again Postponed. London, Dea 4. Tho Nationalist mem bers of the houc of commons met again at noon today to further consider the ques tion of Mr. Parnell's leadership. All the Irish members a...

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. — 5 December 1890

-Wvtfta ifo tictoia Jpailg gacjle: ff ritlarj giamBi Ipexamttrcr 5, 189 0- i M VIOHTTA MAEZETS. Receipts of Livo Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 64 Cattle, 054 Hogs. Shipments 766 Cattle, 1000 Hogs. The cattlo receipts were fair and good cattle were in demand. The demand for butcher stuff is more than equal to the supply, and this grade sold strong. Two fancy butcher cows sold for (2.75. Medium cows and heifers brought $1.G32.00. A few feeding and stock steers sold at good prices. The market closed strong with everything sold that was offered. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET Wichita. Kan.. Dec. 4. CATTLE. The receipts of cattle were ffljr today. Market Closed stronjr on cod grades of cattle. JatiTO ahlpplnc rteem. cotxl to extra... 3 25 Q.t 03 Oood to extra naUTo uuicncrsvcerK. juvjy l'JOOlbs Native feeding steers Entire atoclers holce cows and heifers I airto nood cows and heifers Bulls and stags I atyearllnc 2S1 G300 2 2fi e2 63 1 75 62 C5 1 75 J2 25 1 25 1 73 1 ...

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. — 5 December 1890

4 JjP tHKietota IpitiJtj gag! c: gf xritlirvj IJmnmtft- lwtrcr, 5, 1890. 51. 51. JUrilDOCK, Editor. "Will our Alliance friends this winter forget to abolish the state cow doctor? Jay Gould saj's there will bo plenty of money by the middle of January, and he oven thinks that it may by that timo be a drug. . Dr. Mary "Walker has decided not to die; at least not until she succeeds in getting a pension from congress. By all means let-'-but never mind; congress will no doubt appreciate the feituation. THE ALLIANCE PABTY. Tho touch of wintry weather that we had yesterday was inspiriting and health ful. Two&uehdaysas "Wednesday and Thursday are well calculated to make every one confident that life is worth living. Governor "Warren, of "Wyoming, who has been elected to the United States senate from that state, began as an al derman twenty years ago, and has been pretty much every kind of an official since. He wont west and grew up with the country. Tho report of tho secretary of the int...

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. — 5 December 1890

Sue WLirtxitix gmfy gaglc: ffriflaqj poxmug. tcsmtex 5. 1390. I li il.JI. SltmnorK. j 1 r. Mrnnoctr. Editor. I Huslns Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All leftrr r? rtnlnlnc to the bntn of the print Inc 1rnrttrpnt or Wndory. or for ndvertl.Mnc flionld be addressed to the business manager or other communication to th editor. The only dullv Taprr !n Pouthwetrn Knnn or the Arkan.a valley recelvtnsr both the day and nicht Araoclat Pres Report In full. aiatws or prnTnirnox imi.r tiaole. In Advance Postage Prepaid. PaUv, oneoopvone year - !' " Pallr. oneropr, MxmonttiK.. H Pally, one cony, threo months. 2 0 Pally, one copy, one month J Threw time n rreet. anv davs delrl, pery'r... ' " Three times a weelc. anv dars desired, sir inn... 2 "JJ PnndayKdltlon, 11 pare", one copy, one yenr ... 2 ) bandar Edition, 18 paces, one copy, felx months. 1 2j WKKKLV LAO IX. fne coot, one year .-.?lm One copy, six months. W nemlttance mav be mad at our rlV -!t!ier liv raft. ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 5 December 1890

- . . WiemitMiz Jpailtj Sagle: f ricfag ptoraftrg, getembrac 5, 1890, 6 " . . BROKEN FLIGHT. I saw a bird, light winged, Rray. Leap fro-n tho oarth in clrclinR flight, I satr it cut tha clouds of gray And dart into tho drifts of light. And I I envied and I yearned, Lil:o it, to broat the bars of fate While fierce the flame of longing burned To do and dare but not to wait. I caw a bird beneath rey feet, Laid in tho dust trith broken vring; All hushed the minstrel music sweet A crushed and wounded, dying thing. Ah, me! not those who-cleave the sky Are safest when tho storm gods jeer J"ot those who fret and fume to fly Are always fitted for that sphere. Abl-woll that o'er our judgment weak A heart of mercy throb3 for all To hold from us tho hurt wo peek. And, pitying, now a sparrow's falL Mottie Bonner in Philadelphia Ledger. DOCTOK'S INHERITANCE. Two gentlemen, both past middle age, wcro (seated beside a glowing grate fire, chatting as old friends will who have met after along separat...

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. — 5 December 1890

- , 3?Jxc WMxxtagailtjgaglc: ffriclaij l$0i:uiug, tczvxbcx: 5, 1590. l n WpalWafr Wirtiif a WklARfllfi k Iflniifar.tiii)in(f flmiftps SCIEJNUi xiMJ -JitUbrliESS. INTERESTING KNOW .EDGE PRESENT ED IN BRIEF AND FOPULAR FORM. The Dractsna Draco, n Curiom and Itnro Tree, a Native of t" Rust Indies, Val uable for Ornament it Purpose's and for Its Gum Product. The accompanying illustration, made originally lor La Nature, depicts a rare tree one of a few sp'fiinens naturalized in Europe, and growing iu the gardens of one of the royal palaces of Portugal. It is probably about 250 years old, dating from the time when the species was lirst intro duced into Europe. A CUP.10CS THEE. This specimen of the Dracajna Draco is described as follows by Popular Science News: The foliage is 115 feer in circumfer ence, and begins alxut tseven feet above the ground. The thickuew of the trunk is often equal to the height of the tree. The leaves, growing in terminal bunches, are about two feet long and one t...

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. — 5 December 1890

8 Itje TOthiia aily gagte: ffrMan. f$jo:romu. gtetemhxt 5, 1890. Highest of all in Leavening Power. ft. -222 JtOWCICF ABSOLUTELY PURE GOOD THIM-YERY! The "Nobnlton" night shirt for men with "nowivcs" is our latest Good Thiuj;. CJoinj; like hot cakes. CANTON FLANNEL 3fiffht robes, just the thins for those ?!dJlln""L.L olctfnnt embroidered front frown for si.oo. Great lino or gloves, see our $1.25 walking gloves. 55 The Haiicr and Haberdasher, 149 3? MAE- ST. .. -AMUSEMENTS.- -1RAWFORD GRAND. n V o I,.M. CitAwroitn, Mnreag CTStrcct care at the door after ich performance. . SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6. Ladies and Childrens Special Mat tinee at 2 P. M. Tho Little Electric Ma-not, OLLIE . EEDPATn, Mipported by tho Xntural Actor, CJTAItLES F, MOIilllSOX, And Ills comimny of Comedians, Sincere and Danc ers, In tbe Great bcnfcutional Corned r. The Fireman's Ward! SEE THE GREAT TIRE SCENE. Charming Music ! Funny Comedians! Artistic Dancers! SEE THE GREAT ENGINE-ROOM SCENE. -ee the niamotli tank con...

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. — 6 December 1890

x? ailt Hag Kans. Historifal Society 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. I WHOLE NO. 2050. WICHITA KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1890. YOL. XIV, NO 17. f t ThWiihflaB It I 71 M H EVENTS OF THE DAY AT THE NA TIONAL CAPITAL, A Long Wrangle in the Senate Over a Mistake in the Federal Election Bill, The Consideration of the Pension Bill in the House Made the Occasion of a ' Long Partisan Debate, Tne Barrundia Correspondence Laid Before Congress by the President Nomina tions Sent to the Senate Silver Purchase General Cap ital Notes. Washington, Dec, 5 Mr. Stanford in troduced n bill to provide the government with menus sufficient to supply the nation al want of a sound circulating medium, and asked that it lie on the table, stating that ho would hereafter submit some re marks upon it. The election bill was then (at 10:30) taken...

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. — 6 December 1890

llic WXitlxiix 4$nify ixqIc: jfolnrtTag fJKorttiug, gcccuiTrjer 6, 1390, AN ATTEMPT TO BE MADE TO RE POO THE UNIVERSE. The Kansas Faction Issue a Call for a Conference io Organize a New Milicil Tarty. A Slight Difference of Opinion Between th White and Colored Oxga:wations as to the Merits of the Election BilL General Rice Denounces His Former Politi cal Assooiates as the Tools of Monop oly and Imperialism The St - Louis Platform Amended and Endorsed Notes. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigxal Offick. Wichita. Kan.. Dec. Ji. The highest temperature was 42 o, the lowest 29 s. and the mean 80 s, with generally clomiy weather, fresh northerly winds, rising barometer. 1-ibt year, on Dec. 5, the hichest tern pcratnro was 44, the lowest 30 , and the mean 42, and two years ago the corres ponding tern pcraturus were 55, M5 and U. PrtKi) L. Johssox, Observer. Wai: Dei'Ahtmknt, Washington. D. C, Dec. F, S p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Saturday: For Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Col orado Fair, northerly ...

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. — 6 December 1890

jai'i'1 't.:-wnr .ic-,t S& itfaia Jparlij gagle: atttrtTptxmijWf, gctcmljci; 6, 1890 A 'f 1 iwliiipiife VnOHITA MAEEETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 21 hours 15 Cattle, 500 Hogs, fehipments No Cattle. 349 Hogrs. The receipts of cattle were only nominal. The demand was good for prime and jjood butcher cattle. There was some call for yearling stock cattle today, with but few offered More good cattle could have been Bold than were offered. The market closed strong especially on butcher cattle. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET Wichita. Kan. Doc. 5. CATTLE. The receipts of cattle were nominal. The riev rnand for butcher stuff was good and market closed strong. Native uhlpplne ster-. cood to extra...?. 25 4 00 Good to extra native butcher fctoertt, 10003 12001b 2.71 3f0 Ntl feeding steers 2 25 a2 C5 Native gtockers 175 (S!B Choice town and hclfen. 175 62 25 Falrtotood covts and heifers 125 el 75 Hull and stain 125 fill 75 Fut yearling ISO (2M l.ood yeariin...

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. — 6 December 1890

4 gfxc WLidxiiit Jpailtj gagtt: :ttittcT;tij wuitfl; Jprnwltttv 6, 18 90. M. M. JIUKPOCK, Kdltor. Mr. Quay says he will not resign, in which caso tho people will withdraw from his party. The rumor of tho sale of the New York "World to George W. Childs and Banker Droxel was denied as soon as it was publishe J. Perhaps the World had better remain in tho hands of its present owner. There is only ono J- -oepli Pu litzer. The Emporia Republican is out in an editorial urging tho Alliance to organize as a national party, and otherwise indi eating that it has gono by the board, while in the same issue it criticises the Topeka Journal for denouncing the Mc Kinley law, opposing tho force bill and calling the silver act of the last session a fraud. - In Boston, the other day, a motor un der an electric car exploded and the wood work of the car caught fire. One of the paseegers, a youug girl, was in jured, and a fue engine had to be called out to cxtinguihh the JInmefi. This is the first incide...

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. — 6 December 1890

pc Mlictnfa htittj gaglcr Jtatnitfag ffitorriiun., gecewfrer 1890. i tr A f in ,. U.M.MDunocir, Kditor. IJ 1 Mrnnnpjc, Huslncs Manager. H. M. MUED00K & BEO. nblishers and Proprietors. All Irtter prrtjilnlnc: to tho bliif of t.h prlnt Jrc rtrpnrtmrnt or hlndrry. or for ndvrnlslnc fhooM bo nddrexwd to the bnlness manager or other commnnlcAtions to the rdltor. Thn only dnllr tispir In Southwestern Knnwor the ArVnnnn Valley recelvlnc both tho day and nlfht Associate Prow Reports In full. tuui or ?rn"rntrTtov n ii.y "gle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. T)nHr, one copy nnn vrar T W t)ally. one copy, sIt rnonth tm TiitlW, one copy, three month - m Pally, one copy, one month j Three times a week, any dnvs desired, per v'r... ' M Three times a week, iwv davs delred. dx mo... 2 jj finnday KdlJIon, If! paces, one copy, one year ... -J" 6unday Edition, 1(5 papes, one copy, bis months. 1 2o necopr, one rear '52 Onecopv. sir months W Itemlttanee mav be made at our r(k either br drnft, express, 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. — 6 December 1890

;gl IBJteMta gailij gaglc: J$ aiurtTatj gaming, Jpcamfocc 6, 1890. 6 ... . i o. Dorm In the meadow tlio Httle brown thrushes Build than a nest la th barberry bushos. And Trben it is flaishci all cozy caii r. :at, Thrco Gprcctlcd egss cuke their pleasure com plete. "Tvit-ter-eo twitter!" they chirp to each other, "Building a nest is no ond of bother; But oh, when our dear lUUo blrdlas v.-o see, How happy we'll be ? How happy we'll be 1" Up at the cottage where children are jjrowinp, The young mother patiently bits (it her sawing. It's something to work for small hobbledehoys That will tear their trousers and make such a noise; "And one must admit," ray" the rfcar little mother, "That bringing up boys is no ouii o a bother, But oh, when they kiss me, and climb on my knee, It's sweetness for mel It's sweetness for me I" Unidentified. A BALLOON TBIP. In the issues of the Bombay papers of Juno 4, 5 and G of the year 1862 will be found reports of Professor Mazam and his balloon "The Priri...

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. — 6 December 1890

fW"W &c micMta; gailtj gaglc: Jahtrcfaij..gitouiug, $Mmotr 6, 189 Qv gysyE-m Trgrr ' tT1MUII f sSBWwmtfl WhA'AQAA: iami intuitu iiuviuuuiu u iiiuuumutiiiiMg UUUDU8. AET EN1 PIANO MAKING. SIX YEARS ARE NECESSARY FOR PERFECT CONSTRUCTION. Great Care La All Stages of Manufacture Is of Vital Importance Exquisite "Skill Zi an Absolute Qualification in Every Workman. Few people are aware of Ihe amount of time and labor required to produce a piano. From the time the first log is sawed in the forest until the finishing touches and final overhauling are given to the completed piano from four to six years must pass. That is, every piano turned out from the factory or store today was begun four or five years ago, and ever since that time has been going through the various stages of preparation and construction. One of the large manufacturers, when asked by a reporter ns to the process of construction, cheerfully gave the desired information, at the same time leading the way through the man...

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. — 6 December 1890

8 lire WLitMiix gaily, gagle: Saturday ffctomittg. gettmbtv 6, I 390. Highest of all in Leavening Power. PjqVK Baking ABSOUTEDf PURE GOOD IMG-YERY! The "jVoTjutton" night shirt for men with "nowives" is our lntcst Good Tliiiis1. Going like hot cakes. CANTON FLANNEL Jfierht robes, just the thinp for those cold -winter nights, cost $1.25; and an elegant embroidered front gown for 61.00. Great line of gloves. See our 51.25 -walking glove's. ii 1117" TIip. Ifflffpp and Halwiklipr. 149 N MAIN ST. AMUSEMENTS. pliAYSTOHD GKAXD. I.. M. CHAWJ oiil). Mnnrag F"Street cars at the door after each pet formance. SATURDAY, DECEMBER G. The LItt!o Electric Magnet, OLLIE REDPATH, Supported by the Xatural Actor. CITAUIjES r, MOHTilSOX, And his company of Comedians Sincere and Danc crs, in the Great fcensatioual Comedy, The Fireman's Ward! SEE THE G11EAT FINE SCEXE. Charming Music ! Funny Comedians! Artistic Dancers! SEE THE GItEAT ENGINE-ROOM SCEXE. Pee the maraoth tank containing ."P-WO gallons of wat...

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