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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 7 December 1890

-Tjf !,, -iPfc ft..ii..y...g,iMyTf:fl. The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. JlMiipaSaiIt Bagk The Eagle is the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. VQL. XIY, NO 18. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1890.--TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 2051. GREAT flE?!B BOB 93 hi Two JVCammoiitli Stocks to be Thrown On tlie Market! r REI1I2- The grand and elegant stock of j. A. Talmadge, formerly 230 Main Street, and the large and splendid stock of E. J. Foster, 219 E Douglas Avenue, will be sold regardless of cost in the next 30 days. These two stocks combined complete the grandest assortm't of Christmas New leap Pr esents EVER DISPLAYED IN ANY ONE STORE IN THIS CITY. 1' l Comprising the most magnificent splendors in all kinds of foreign and domestic wares, Royal Dresden, Royal Worcester, Antique Ivory, Old Saxon Ware, New French Designs, Polished Crystal, Douiton China Ware, Glassware, Silverwa...

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. — 7 December 1890

2?Ix WLitWt gaily Snglc: Jwiitfenj gforuiucfr etjemtrcr 7, 1890. THE GOVERNOR SIGNS THE SCHOOL HILL UNDER MOTEST. ' lipiJIi ii wBHm M The Sections Providing for Separate Schools Held to Invalidate the Law. A Breeze Created in the Council by the Publication in the Eagle of Presi , dent Gardenhire's Speech. The House Finally Adopts the Memorial to Congress Asking for Permission" to Hold an Extra Session- and or Further Help for the Heedy-Notes. Special Dispatch to the Dally finely GUTnmE, Ok., Dec. G. Following is Governor Steele's message to the legisla ture accompanying his approval of the school bill: "Gutiiiue, Ok., Dec. 5, 1600. "To tho President of tho Council, Territorial Legis lature of Oklahoma: "I have the honor to return herewith council bill Xo. 2. I am fully apprised of tho fact that there has been a great deal of difficulty encountered iu the formation of i his bill, and more particularly so on the subject of mixed or sepurate schools, em braced iu sections 112 to 120 in...

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. — 7 December 1890

S&e tSaielriia jpailij gagte: jftiufcy fftirmrotj-, geamxlici: 7, 1890 i s; TT u N. A DULL DAY IN BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS. The Senate Still Discussing the Pro visions of the Federal Elec tion Hill. Tho Eepublican Members of the House Census Committee Agree Upon the Hew Apportionment BilL The Treasury Department Preparing to Add to the Volume of Money in Circu lationMr. IngallB Denies a Charge General Capital; lTotes. Eta TVAsnrxGTOX, Dec. 6. Mr. Paddock pre sented the protest of the Farmers' Alli ance, now in convention nt Ocala, Fla., ngainst the pa&sage of the Conger lard bill. Mr. Sherman introduced three bills, and one amendment to a bill, all of which were referred to tho finance committee. The now bills are as follows: "To amend the law relating to tho refining and part ing of bullion; to amend tho act authoriz ing the receipt of gold coin in exchange for sold bars; and a bill authoriziiig the rocoinage of subsidiary coins of the United States. The amendment is one to ...

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. — 7 December 1890

4 3ux WHtkitit gixiltj gaojc: Jwuclau. gturnittg gecciutrcr, 7, 1890. 31. M. MfKPOCK, Kdltor. It is said that the Brazilian govern ment is about to impose a high duty upon American petroleum. Tho annual meeting of tho stato bar association will be held in tho senate chamber on Tuesday evening, Jan. 20, at 7 o'clock. Tho annual address will bo delivered by Judge Robert Cnzier, president. ., Tho president is enrapport with tho west on one subject, if no more, and that is the subject of irrigation. It is a question that will ultimately prove to be one of national importance, though at present interest in it rests mainly in tho west Jcro Simposon's bare thanks havo brought him more fame than his brains, besides landing him in a good paying office. Congressman Spinola alluded to Jero's sockless shanks amid deafening applause day before yesterday, and Har per's weekly contains his portrait. Ic will be observad that in the Alliance convention at Ocala, Fla., a southern dele gate "riz" up w...

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. — 7 December 1890

3ftc tx&icMia Jpailtj gacjlc: jmnTay fKaruiug, gcccmlkr 7. 1890. II. JI. Jlcnnortr. ls r. Mrnnoric, Editor. Harness Jlanajcc. M. M. MUBD00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. Ainrttorprrtalnlncrtothil)iilnporth prlnt 'njr dTnrtrp'nt or hlndrrr or for nrtrprilslne fhonld lx ndrtrccrd to the Tuislnras manager or other communications to Mip editor. Tb only dullr paper In ;outhwtrn Knn or thn ArfcnnM Yaflev rwlrlnc both the day and slcht .Aotoclnte PrMS Reports In full. "J1.UJIP or riwmtTTov iau v r gi.c In Adrnncp Postage Prepaid. DfltlT.onfronvoTio vrnr J JJJ rM1r, onn eopr, Mx months. J Dully, one copy, three month": 2 on Dally, one ropv, one month Three t1nv a week, nny dnvo delred. per v'r .. Three t)me n welc. nny day delred. It mn. . . vj Snndny Kdltlon, V, pn.ee, one copy, one yenr ... 2 JJ Sunday Edition, 1G paces, one copy, air months. 1 - WKUKI.1 LAOtX. Oneronr, one renr "2 One conr. fix months Ttemtttjinre mny e mnde at wr rlk either hr Ornft, express, express moneyo...

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. — 7 December 1890

glxe EHictota gaily gagle: Juuttay gtatiug, $emTrer 7, 1890. 6 A EESUME OP THE SOOIAL EVENTS POE TEE WEEK In the rounds of festivity and Mirth. Pickings from the social board. Little things that interestand big things that attract. Somethings about Christmas and several forecasts for the winter. The Coronado club's reception and the Grasshopper club's ball. Other soirees, teas and receptions. Personal, arrivals and departures. Miss Malinda Ross is visitinj in Ells- worth. 4 The more deaf a man is the more he likes to talk. Mr. RoberC Chapman, of Pittsburg, is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rankin will move to Kansas City. Valley Center has an active Shakespeare reading club. The costliest house in town contains seventeen rooms. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Jackson were up to Topeka this week. How few of Christmas presents can really be afforded. "Our Club's" nest ball occurs next Wed nesday, at Deal's. The Wichita man buys his children fire crackers on Christmas. - W. L. dinger and family, o...

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. — 7 December 1890

n' $lx WLicTuia. gaily x$lt: imtlay gaoruiug, gecciufacr 7, 1890. 1 l MIZPAH, I . -x.iJ ME. Apart! Yet memory throws Its Bunllt melloTlne rays Across tho lino of hills dividing thee and me. And far 03 past, with dreamy flash of purple haze, Illuminates lifo'3 cross aad crow a for thee and ma Apart? Yet-volccs tuned to sympathetic key Waft through uplifted gates an old song to the heart, "While vre are waiting for a day for thee and me, "Still doth tho Lord fceep watch o'er thee and me apart:" Apart T Yet guarded by the brooding skies abore, Where kindled glows Faith's btsiooa light for thee and me. Apart? Yet billows on far stretching ea of Love Blow white winged shipi with measles from theo to me. Life's tlda from my soul shore Mows Lick to thy dear heart, With "light of evontide" flung dear ccvoss tho sea, And 'Vtill the Lord :o wstea o'ir thee and me apart I" Amy SevZIo Wolff. HAVELOX THE DANE, On the eastern coast of Errand is a town called Grimsby, and they tvho live therein or...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 7 December 1890

MHMMHMMUMtaHalH Ite ticlxxta 33aily k$zi jRtHtfeg Ijformug, Jperjemfcev 7, 1890 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AVE. VtitiWW&SVL 103 TO 10.9 DOUGLAS AVE. OUR GRAND ANNUAL Of all Kinds of Holiday Goods Takes Place This Week. CTTTPfc TO HPTliT A O HKlblMAb Extra space has been alloted so that all Holiday Goods can be well displayed, an additional force of salespeople are being employed to wait on the thousands that usu ally crowd around our Holiday Departments, ample facilities of handling all of our patrons this year. Hundreds were turned away last year as we had no more space left to place salespeople to wait upon you, no Avails. "We have anything and every thing that can be named for a Christmas gift. Space will not permit us to mention the vast variety we have, but past reputation gives you an idea and allows us to state that for Christmas 3890 we far surpass all previous years. The old, the young, the rich, the poor can well be suited, we have just the thing to fill the wants of every pur...

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. — 7 December 1890

HMiiiUMjyuj-.i.,.in,, j ,Ui J iJfwU-mJKaa: 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 PART TWO. WICHITA KAXSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1890. PAGES 9 TO 12. 1 TF" TIT' 1 IP HIT l f If ahah The houses given below are representative ones in t'lieir line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished thus for ready refert ence for the South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers and inquirers should correspond direc with names ffiven. CHAS. T. CHAMPION, WHOLESALE BOOKS, STATIONEET AND HOLIDAY GOODS I oarry the largest stock of above in the state and am prepared to fill orders promptly with the newest and best selling Roods at EASTERN PRICES. COKRESPOJN'DETCE SOLICITED. 118 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF Bieam EnjrineH, Boilers and Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods, Ttnbber and llenip Packing1, Steam ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 7 December 1890

matmvMtx ptiltj gaglc: Jutuctai gtlflntiun, JpttimxTm- 7, IS 90. SADlii MAttlM Gossipy Article About Charming Actress. FAME WOOED AND Vt'ON BY A KISS. Her Remarkably Realistic Osculation Gave Ilcr Iimtnntly a Ijisthijr IMaee In tlie Ilcarts of Thcatro Gocrt. Some ol Her Best Known Furls. Sho leaped into popular favor about five years ago and by a kiss. Tho operetta "Xanon" was exquisitely staged at tho Casino at that time, and Sa die Martinot in the short skirts and cap of the barmaid was delightfully insouciant and altogether captivating. She sang well, but with more expression than voice, and her acting had all tho charm of a Frenchwoman's: but not until fADIlI MARTINOT AS RKTT1NA. nho took her lover's good, stupid face between her plump hands and kissed him heartily, lingeringly, full on the mouth, und in the doting way women usually de vote exclusively to babies and dogs, did che make the dude expand into their very best smiles of approbation and delight. She was ho roguish, so ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 7 December 1890

"J-""" .J. -J'j 'ii.-:-- Bpe IStxtftiia gailtj gagtc: jgitwitetj IHcmtjiig, getcmlrcr 7, 1390 11 f ; I WICHITA MAHKET3. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stocl Yards during the past 24 hours 208 Cattle, 455 Hogs. Shipments 1 78 Cattle, 66 Hogs, 24 Mules. The receipts of cattle were good todaj There was considerable uctivit yarnong tht cattle men, and quite u number of .salt -were made. A lot of fine butchers' cow wjre sold at from $2.00Y2.oO. A bunch o vange bulls sold at $1.151.30. The market on good butchers' stuff was strong aud shade higher. Good cuttle arc in denian. and bring top quotations, while poor stuL i not wanted. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEEET WicuiTA. Kaiu. Dec. 6 CATTLE. The receipts of cat lo wore cood. Good to choice butcher cows wore htrous ana a bliado biuiior Ntle shipping teer. cood to oxtra...8 35 0 (jOChi loextntuautt! utucwra ikiiit, ivjjvz IMOIIm ? SI fl3 ft a 42 (S us a:"- 1 7T. J 20 1 K ei "5 1 1 ' 1 M 2 J 175 W 1 .ii wl ffl i (ju si io NatlTe feeding steers...

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. — 7 December 1890

gfte IBKcWta Sailg gagle: itntfeg cantittn;, pcemter 7, 1890. 12 WOMAM AiNJJ lULdii. MORAL SIDE OF THE QUESTION C MARRIED WOMEN TEACHERS. How Some Women Go Shopping Scntiln Flowers by Post Women Who Fee. Young To Make Girls Think CarlyU on Jfovel Writing. The objection made to married womci In the schools was not that they failed hi any way as teachers. We prant they havi generally had moro experience than the unmarried and aro more settled in their plans. They are indeed admirable teach era, but how muoh more admirable would they be as mothers. Some entcrprLsint; person collected the Illustrious names among sons of clergy men, and then attempted to compute what the world had lobt by the celibacy of the priesthood. So wo might compute the loss to our own time due to this false ideal of a childless marriage by referring to tho chil dren of those cultivated women who have found in homo and family their broadest sphere of action. Miss Philippa Fawcott, who won the highest honors at Cam...

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. — 9 December 1890

"Zrt !! ii mui Kans. Historical Society m JljWirMla Today the Advertising Col umns of the Eagle are not only business like but truly artistic. The Advertisements in th Eagle travel hundreds of miles between sunrise and sunset. I is up and away before the Ad vertiser has his breakfast. VOL. XIV, NO 19. WICHITA KANSAS, TLTES DAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2052. V W tl 1 ELECTION BILL STILL FORE THE SENATE. BE- Scnator Gorman, of 3Iaryiand, Fig ures in the Hole of a Financial Alarmist. The "Way and Means Committee of the House Besolves in Favor of Fiee Sugar Ifrom the Sandwich Islands. Eecommendations of the Interstate Com merce Commission in its Annual Ee port to Congress A Supreme Court Decision Bond and Silver Purchases Notes. Washington, Dec 8, The resolution appropriating 5,000 to inquire into the cause of the Sioux outbreak was referred to the committee on Indian affairs. Mr. Hoar asked unanimous consent to have a time fixed (Friday next, at 4 p. m.), for taking the fin...

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. — 9 December 1890

SbcHicMte hu!ij ftaglc: utstlaij gtbrnferg, Hetsmfctr. 9, 1890. subsequent insertion 20 -cents; publishing list ofJands upon wblcb tho taxes are de linquent, 10 cent. Houso joint resolution 2Zo. 22, htcs olution praying congress to grant the mil itary reservation (the sejf and s w , sec tion 34, tou-nsbin 12 north, JL 3. west) to the county of Oklahoma, ivas taken up. Mr. Neal spoke strongly in favor of it. Tho opposition desired the territory to have the benefit of the grant. Mr. Jones thought that since it-was a mili tary reservation that it was right and proper that Oklahoma county should have it. Mr. Colcon It does not belong to the general government. There was a bona lide settler on it. Mr. Peery When the time comes that the government acre shall 1 sold, I shall not object to Guthrie's having the Tjeneflt of it. Mr. Barker I think Guthrie should get no more than Oklahomu City. Mr. Jones She does. All she has has been given her. Sbe -received 1,280 acres of land, while Oklahoma...

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. — 9 December 1890

" i",,",ugj' Ty-yt-syr mi. $Ix icMta gailxjgctglc: itcstlay lrum $ecemer 9, 1890 3 i .' .' I I WIOHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 48 hours -20 Cattle, 770 Hogs. 48 Horses and Mujps. Shipments 122 Cattlo, 114 Hog-s, 48 Horses and Mules. The receipts of cattle the past 4S hours have been light Some good butchers' tows and heifers were on the market to day and sold for $1.702.10. This grade of cattle are in good demand, and sell at strong prices. More good cattle would have found sale today at quoted prices. The cattlo market closed stronjr. WIOHITA LIVE ST00K MAEKET VTichita. EAn., Dec. 8. tattls. The receipt of cattle were lleht today. Good butcher Btua In demand and market strong. Entire thlpptng teers. good to extra... 5 25 03 liooa tocxiraoauTv ouicocr steers, iuuua 120011m. :m 3 00 Kt-tlTe feeding steers RntlTeitocLers , Choice cowa and heifers , Talrto good covri and heifers. pullf and stags .. 2 2i - 175 2C5 ITS S 25 al TS i:s (22 ...

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. — 9 December 1890

3$uc WLichiitC gaily; gacjlc: ucscTirtj Ixmriug IpcjccmTrer, 9 1890. 31. 31. MUKDOCK, Fdltor. It is reported that tho Rock Islond company has lately purchased a Largo body of coal lands near Trinidad, Col., mid will extend one of its Kansas lines to Trinidad next vear. An exchange very aptly says: Scratch a southern Alliance leader and you find him grateful. He has an itch for office. In this respect, however, tho southern Allianceman is not dissimilar from his brother in tho north. That is usually the first symptom of tho ailment. WE TOLD YOU SO-MOBE MONEY Of course thero will be a new national party in 1S92, the backbone of which will bo the horny-hauded farmers of the country, says the Topeka Democrat. If fo, the Eagle will wager a peck of pea nuts that the esteemed will aspire to be the organ of tho Kansas contingent Electioneer, the great Palo Alto stal lion, died last Wednesday night, Dec. 3. Ho was tho siro of some of tho most noted race horses on the continent, Sunol, 2:10, ...

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. — 9 December 1890

ujjWHWmiiifmjpi Wp$" RWBWW i-&wid!ftf'yj'' ftOf v-'H-jw. r nei.--v ,, ',i.raS'5yS!j3H "wwmrtsiSrJ Ixc teliclxifa gaxlij gitglc: ucsctaij ptowntg, gcc.emlvcr 9. 1890, v ,r V A ,i U.M.Mi'nporrc. 1'. P."Trnnnrrc. luMnp"i Manager. m, m. murdooe: & bro. J?nl)liskers and Proprietors. AU lrt tcr prrtatntnc to fh tuplne of thp print trc rtcrwrtTriMit or mn3y, or for advrrtlMns: (Jionlrt be nddrel to tho bnlness manager or Mhrr communication to th alitor. The only dally paper In outhwoetern Knna or V ArVn) vnlley recelvlns both the lay and nlcbt Associate Pros Tleports In full. TJ.itiis or srTumiPTiojf i ait t r gle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pnllr. onrcopTonw rrar T)Jlr, onrropy, flxmontli . Pullr, ono copy, throe month Pall)-, one copy, one month TTiroe times weet. nnr rtnvn dcclrcfl. Prv r, '. 4 no . 2 no Three tlmcp a week, anv days deMred. Ix mo.. t-nndar Kdltlon, lfi pace, one copy, one year ... - J Sunday Edition. 1C pace, one copy, bis months, J 2W WEEKLY LAOLC fnrOTrr. on ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 December 1890

rjtjcjn 6 Kfeje MxcWia gaily gagle: guestTaij f&osuitttf. gpacemhxr 9, I 90. t -r-4 -V - ,77V 4 L NO QUArt i irt. A sage once nald to me: "Of two things; warn I thee. And one is Death. Ko skill can etay hi3 arm. 'Gainst him avails no charm, Pra3'ers are but wasted breath. "When Death is standing near All rain is fraYndihip's tear Or love's wild woe; Then turn theo to the wall Away from friends and all. Only to wait his blow. "That other thinjr is Want, Potent the soul to daunt. To curse cud blight. On him that hath col Rold The very sun 8hlms cold. And mal;eth no day bright. "Friends wall to .see thee die; From poverty they fly, Nor heed its call. Who dies hath lived his day; The poor can truly bay: We have not lived at all!" George Horton in Chicago Ilerald. Evidences of a Higher Civilization. "It does ino good," observed the stranger leaning against the awning post, "to sea that there are human peoplo in these big cities even yet." He pointed to a larj?e wagon In which a poor ...

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. — 9 December 1890

' " ' nww !"W"iwmhhwipwi wHimm - v -,c v&'--,l'i lite micMta gailij gaglc: ttfistlai gaomiiig, gcccxttTici; 9, 1890 tf V in A BAGGAGE MAN'S YAEN. HE WORRIED OVER A COFFJN HE WAS CARRYING IN HIS CAR. Thought the Box Contained Taacott, the Alleged Murderer, and Had It Opened. The Dlncovery Caused His Surprise and Grief It "Was His Mother. "Wo are not a superstitions setgener erally," remarked a grizzled baggage mas ter of the Pittsburg, Port Wayne and Chi cago road the other day as he lighted a cigar in the Grand Pacific and aat do-wn for a talk. "We are not superstitious, but become accustomed more or leu to the presence of death in the corpses that are transported in the baggage cars, for a day scarcely goes by but we hare from one to three 'stiffs,' as the boys call them, on board. Yet there is always a check held on one's impulses. A follow don't feel like letting himself out naturally when he knows that a corpse is in the same room with him, or at least I can't, and I'm nearl...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 December 1890

8 xt Wlxtlxx(, patly ixU: trjostfccg Hcrrmn Jpeteralrjer 9f 1890 Highest of all in Leavening Power. XJ S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Dtk!i-wp m xzzL rowuer KQ I. x ABSOLUTELY PURE AMUSEMENTS. 0 RAWFOKD GRAND - -M. L. CKAWronn. Manager tlT"Streot cars at the door after each performance. ONE NIGHT ONLY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. Imre Klralf y's Grand Spectarnlar Production, Sur pnsslDC all previous revn al t of AROUND THE WORLD Under tho Direction of KTRALFY BROTHERS. A Grand Company of Tcrpslchorcan Artists. The New Great Mikado Ballet, ConsiBtlne of 100 Dancers, The Suez Canal. Tho Kccentric Palace. The Garden In Tokio. Wreck of the Henrietta. The U. P. R. It. Train. The Giants fctairway, TIIE LIVE ELEPHANT MAZOUK. -tRAWrpRD GRAND. o j , 0 UJL CBAwronn, Manaco wntivetrCars at tho door after each performance. OKE XEGHT OJfLY, DEC. 13. l.XGAGEME.ST or A. 21. PALMER'S CO. FHOJl THE Madison Square Tlieatrc, N. Y. Jn Sir Charles Young's Famous Play, JDI, THE PENMAN! READ ESTATE. (Furnished ...

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