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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 13 April 1890

'iws.--A-,A'7-'"JS3 ?t -- ".., -K. stjBrtsersua ..AByjytge,,, .. ..-.ggt 'W Site HUcMia gmlij fflle: iradag pLonriug, gtpril 13, 1890. 5 il I 1 r . i i : 'A M. 31. Mranoctr, tditor. K. P. Mrnnoctc. Husmess Manager. M. VL MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. .All letters pcitainlns to the busings of the print tnif department or bindery, or for advertising should bo aildres'-e.l to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley reccivim: both tho day and Bight Associate Press Report-, in full. TJS1DIS OF SCBSnillTIO.V DAILY EAGLE. ' In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy one year $8 00 Dally, one copy. Klx month" 4 (10 Daily, one copy, three mouths 2 00 DaHy, one copy, one month 75 Three times a t eek, any days desired, per v'r. .. 4 Itt Three times a week, any days, desired, hl.x mo.. . 2 00 t-unday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, one year 2 U) bunday Edition, 10 pages, one copy, six months....

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. — 13 April 1890

yaqg'ffqv,y - F3EF Jpe TOdxiia gaily gagk: xtmUxj XsmhiQ, gupxil 13, 1890 . life m$$m Will) LV y Pt$ -i2F -i?-' '''mm 's if Iwf A EESUME OF THE SOCIAL EVENTS TOE THE WEEK. The Swim Goes off Into a Maelstrom This Week- Swell Parties "With Long Lists of Names. Little Parties With Little Lists of Names. Teas, Soirees, Receptions, Balls. Surprises, Recitals, Dinners, and Parties, Social, Peach Blossoms, Weddings, Dances, Club Meetings, Gossip, Talk and Hodge podge. Host, Hostess and Guests. A Little Hostess of Three Years. The General Appearance of the Girls of Wichita, and Reading to the Taste of Everybody. A DEBUTANT'. JfOM vry wearine-is Slip slept, yet breathed. In dream0, the frag rance of success. Sweeter to her desires tlian cooling sliowcn- Tlian perfumes hived In flowers. Or tlian those sonfra which, ere the night 13 done. Jireak fortli In raptur ous worship of the sun, The longed-for prize. f licard delighted plaud Jy itsrie. " ril?i mr frtnnnnat Twill r, In beaming eyes. "Oli...

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. — 13 April 1890

St-; -'-v- C 1 Ixjc Mtita Jpailtj ftagl: Jhto&uj XoxuhiQ, Qpvil 13, 1890. 7 K V ,r Cf f PROPOSING BY PHONOGRAPH. An Orljrlnal Scheme of a Very Bashful Xounff Man aud Its Success. While a phonograph was on exhibition up town a short time ago it was put to a ure which even tho "tv"izard" Edison probably never thought that it would be. At an hour when there were but few in the place a well dressed, good looking young man came in and stood for some time watching and listen ing to the wonderful machine. After a short time hs entered into an earnest conversation with the man who was operating the instru ment. At first the operator wore a mj stifled look, but that gradually melted into an amused smile as the conversation went on. Finally he seemingly consep&d to the young man's wishes and they both Vent closer to the phonograph. The visitor looked nervously around, but as there was no one near by, he began talking into the machine. He said only a few words, and thon, turning to tho...

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. — 13 April 1890

8 it WXtWrn Jpaxlij kqU: JimtTrnj ptemrg, &pxxl 13, 189CL Miraculous "but True. "Wonders Never Cease. Bead and Ponder. Spot CashistJie Stuff that noclcs DZard-up Manufacturers Silly. THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! With Pleasure we Announce to our Friends and Patrons and the Public Generally that Our T! TJ ET i "8 Ci B H! KEAL ESTATE. (Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.) The following transfers of real estate were filed for record in the office of the register of deeds yesterday: I Charles C. Allen to Cornelia Collin3 -'lator.'itjjbourtnave jj erreils Bel. . uuuu William Mathewson to A and M J jtfcCool 20 Pennsylvania avenue Mathewsons 4th 500 J. F. ZVIcConnell to X. E Compton 43 44 42 blk 3 Junction T Co add 600 P L Arnett to Win. C Litjle GO 6S Central ave Hiltons add 4500 Wm. C Liitle to Xew Hampshire Trust Co GG and CS Central avenue Hilton? 1 John P Miller to Eva C. Gill und K 2 to 10 Cherry ave Vreelands GOO THE BOSTON STORE EOFFERS 2 11 if viQirrmnrn tm)inn xTtoPW uiiu iiiciiii...

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. — 13 April 1890

pe TOcMia gmhj gargle: rracku. fj-fonmrg, gqrcil 13, 1890. .a II 7! v JIE IS ffOT SOFEEKIKGr. HE AND THE MOB HILL SET UNAF FECTED BY DULL TIMES Charms of San Francisco in tlte Balmy Month of March A landlord Grossly Imposed Upon The Oceans of Sympathy Xarlshed on a I'enurious Traveler. .Copyright, 1S0O, by Edgar W. Nye. California has a rainy season -which -takes the- place of winter, and lias some ram left for other purposes. Last -win ter it rained and did other things for five months," bat on the day that I burst upon the coast like a long legged benisoVfroin a clear sky, the sun came forth from his long seclusion and lit up the grand old main the ocean main, I mean, not mine. Then the timid songster caroled to his mate in low, passionate tones, the gay orange poppies began to give gorgeous coloring to the green billows of Held and prairie, and a thousand bright and beautiful wild flowers garnished the great American vineyard, orchard and conservatorv. - "? SHE WAS TUB DRCMMER. Y...

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. — 13 April 1890

10 3glic WLidtiU 5)aiiu. feaflic: Jiuudaij 'ggLomiuQ, Ju-il 13, 189)0. fff IFtafRS-nPTHF AnVFNTURES Or m fe Irmw-M tff a 5 .it is. Ml w-TCcrrv KlMT P -TA3 HsKJi'.sflU PfeTO CECAPTER XVTL I MEET WITH A KAFPY ADVXXTCRE. The rest of this signal victory in -which Seventeen hundred prisoners wero taken, be sides the Maj. Gen. Chudleigh, and all the a ebols' camp, cannon and victuals I leave historians to tell. Por very soon after the rout was assured (the plain below full of men screaming and running, and Col. John Digby"s dragoons after them, chasing, cutting and Jailing), a wet muzzle was thrust into my hand, and, turning, I found Holly behind me, with the groom to whom I had given her in the morning. Tho rogue had counted on a crown for his readiness, and swore tho maro -was ready for anything, ho having mixed half a pint of strong ale with her mash, not half an hour before. So I determined to see the end of it, and, paying tho fellow, climbed into the saddlo. On the summit the Cornis...

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. — 13 April 1890

jry T T" 92fce WicTxitit gaily gacjlc: midavj ptontiug, gqml 13, 1890. IX -scts?- $v-.,r? T i' ' ; I Tliby passed." out at the small gate, and by the sounds that followed wo guessed they were hoisting their burden into a cart. Pres ently they recrossod the path and entered the house, shutting the door after them. "2h"ott for it!" said I in Matfc.'s ear. Gliding forward, I peeped out at tho postern gate, but drew back like a shot. I had almost run my. bead into a great black hearse, that stood thare with tho door open, backed' against the gate, the heavy plumes nodding above it in the night wind. "Who held the horses I had not time to see; but, whispering' to ilatt to-give me a leg up, clambered inside, "Qulckl" V pulled him after, and crept forward. I wondered the man did not hoar us; but by good luck tho horses wero restive, and by his maudlin talk to them I knew he was three parts drunk on tho funeral wines doubtless. I crept along and found the tool chest stowed against the farth...

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. — 13 April 1890

'---?r' 12 g&e IMxtteici pti 'gpglz: j&mdaaj Ptomhtg, ywl 13, 1890. OP TIE DIVIDED SORT.' PSV ITi;AN EVOLUTION OR DID. IT COME INTO BEING COMPLETE? jnorenco'-Iincli-Kelly. Compares It to tho .Bloomer, tho Trousers of the Turkish tTVoman and the Dress of the Chinese Woman. Copyright, 1690. Slowly but surely the divided elrirt question -is setting womankind against itself bifurcating, feminine opinion as distinctly as tho skirt itself is divided. The views pro-and con are as emphatic as .feminine views- are apt to be, on what ever subject, and the question gets ar gued between-believera and unbelievers, "wearers and non-wearers, an increasing number of times every day. L It IryW; I 111 I 1 It'll iA i 4fj . b '." I i I'.lfL . ' If I X) r v L- A ft I .1 HiallJ THE DIVIDED SKIRT. For, .undoubtedly, the divided skirt is gaining ground and has won already a large army to its wearing and defense. It has been only three years since it sprang full gathered, trimmed and divided, from t...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 15 April 1890

fe fr- n-5& - ' . iMifn mil - . JiMMm ,. a, - fl A Kans Historical Society! TOL. XII, jStO. 128. TTICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 15, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1838. ininnf Oi a il ii - --fiJ1aBSifflBBKi essr Tli nO H TO ETERNAL REST. EX-SPEAKER RANDALL SUFFERING. BEYOND lojig Life Devoted to Public Duties Ends at the Sab bath's Dawn. A Loving Glance and "Word for His Wife and He Passes Gently Away. The End of Two Years of Pain A Sketch of His Laborous and Eventful Career Appropriate Action by the Souse and Senate and His Per sonal Friends An Inde cent Scramble for His Seat Begun, Washington, April 14. Congressman Samuel J. Randall expired Sunday morn ing just us the bells of a neighboring church were lolling ." o'clock. Around the bedside wore Mrs. Randall, Miss Susan Randall, Mrs. Lancaster, the married daughter, and her husband: Samuel Itan d;ili, Jr.. Robert E. Randall, his brother: )r. Mull.'in. Postmaster General 'ann- maker and the household servants. A few I moments before...

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. — 15 April 1890

kc WlicMiti gailtj gagle: wjesclaij gjtorarag, pril X5, 1690. A FHKI1TFUL DISASTER IN THE PA CIFIC OCEAN. One Hundred and Seventy-Nine Lives lost With the Steamer Suett. The Vessel Strikes on a Hidden Eeef and Sinks in Less Than Three Minute, Almost Three Hundred Persons Cast Into the "Waters-Seven Passengers Droned at Saginaw by a "Wheelsman's Mistake Damaging Storms in Dlinois and Indiana Other Casualties. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal, Office, "Wichita, Kan., April 14. The lushest temperature was 53, the lowest 41, and the mean CO5, with colder, cloudy weather, higher liarometer, aud fresh northeast to east winds. Last year, on April 14, the highest tem perature was 00 , the lowest 4-1 , and the mean 52. Fr.ED L. Jonxsox. Observer. "Wat. Depaktmevt, "Washington, D. C, April 14, S p. m. Forecast until S. p. m. Tuesday: For Missouri and Kansas Fair, clearing in southern Missouri, warmer northeaster ly winds. THE SUETT "WEEOK One Hundred and Seventy-nine Lives Lost in the Catastrophe. Ra...

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. — 15 April 1890

P IWitMte IpaHg gagfe: Sxtesctoij UKorathrgr, prit 15, X 890. 3 MB COMMERCE WICHITA MAEKET3. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-115 cattle, 626 hog-s. Receipts were only fair. The cattle market opened steady and act ive at about Saturday's prices. Good to choice grades in active demand at firm prices. Common to poor stuff slow and draggy. The hog market opened at Saturday's top price and advanced 2 1-2 cents on advice from eastern markets, which recorded quite an ad vance. The market closed strong. Some of" the buyers look for lower prices tomorrow. WICHITA LITE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita, Kan.. April M. CATTLE. ' Receipts 114: shipment." 2?3. Tho market opened Btc.idy at alout Saturday's prions. The buyers Tivere c n hand earl v and wanted cattle. The market was active to tbu extent of the s-upply. Good to choice cattle sell quick at Rood values. Common nnd inferior grades are veak and draggy. Chicago ' reports the market lower with 1AX) on tale. Kansas City du...

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. — 15 April 1890

iTWs? 4 Ixc tiiicMi a gailij gaglt: ucs&uj pfowwn, pxil 15, IS 90. jr. ar. kurdook, liditor. Tlie Eagle has set a lot of Texas papers to bowling. Let 'em howl; abuse of the average Texas newspaper is no slander. Speaking of gold finds, a plowman upturned a bag of gold, about 800, one day last week, near Torxnnce, Hiss. It was no April fool, but actual stuff. It is Supposed the treasure was Jiid there by pome miserly old sinner "way "fore de wall." Yesterday, April 14, was the twenty iifth anniversary of the death of our iirst martyred president, Abraham Lincoln. The death of Samuel J. Ran dall that occurred twenty-four hours be fore that quarter-century anniversary, could not but add peculiar solemnity and pathos to the occasion. There is Avar between two rival Metho dist churches in Norfolk. Virginia. As a supreme resort, one society has engaged a brass band to play in front of and in Bide the church edifice in order to draw saints and sinners alike from the house around the co...

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. — 15 April 1890

pe fSfticfcife. Jpaifej gagle: iifisctaij Xomhig, Jril 15, 1890. R. P Mntnnnc, Business Manager. M. IL MUEDOCK & EEO. Publishers and Proprietors AH letter" pertalntns to the btisine of the print ing department 01 bindery, or for advertising thould be iddrewcd to Hit business manager; all other communications to the editor The only dall paper In southwestern Kinas or the Arkansas Vallej receiving both the day and night Associate Prtss IJeports In full Tl-KJtS OF SCBSCKM TION DAII - F GLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dallr, one copy on ear . JS 03 Daily one copy ix month.. 4 00 iMily. one cop, three months . . . 2 OH raiH,ocop one month 7i 'i"hre times a w eek, an da vs desired, per y r -1 (JO Three times a weelw, an daj s deired, mxtno . 2 0 -unda FdJtion If imkc one cop, one vear 2 (1) faundaj Edition, 16 pases, one copj, ui months, 1 & WEEKIA EAGLE. Onecopv, one year $1 0!) One cop, six months 60 Remittance may be made at our rik either h draft express express roone order, ...

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. — 15 April 1890

Jf?, 6 "glxt WiMxiict Jpailij gaxjlje: 'itcsdaaj pijontrng, gril 15, 1890 MAKING. Different Development of Men " in Similar Lines. SHOET LEGS AND LONG LEGS. Apparently as -lucli Depcndn on an Ath lete's Disposition oa oo Ills -Inscnlar Slakenp Says Malcolm "W. Ford Famous Itunnsra and Jumpers Cited as Instances. - Followers of athletic sports often ask, "Where does So-and-so get the power to trav el over tho ground so fast?" or in some other case, "How is it that such a heavy follow is so active?' Any attempt to have certain rules by which to answer these questions with even a fair degree of accuracy is thought by most instructors to be useless, so far as ana Jyzing muscular development is concerned. Good athletes vary so much in height, length or girth of limb, weight and age that it is most perplexing to oven a careful observer to think out why it i3 that So-and-so can accom plish certain athletac feats, when some one else who looks just as strong and takes as much practice cannot...

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. — 15 April 1890

gfoje WLkMkm gaily Hacjlc: gucsflatj fEca-inwg, Qpxil 15, 1890. . ( CAIXED A FISH OF APEE". THATS THE HERE FT FRENCH OF ITj BUT IS "APRIL FOOL!" Tricks of the Villas and the City Tha Old Timers AU loolfl Day The ,,HuU of Hindoostss Its Possible Origin Sozao aiedlarval Fran Irs. "By George, there's a dollar!" Dorra goes the eager boy's hand to grasp the bright sil Ter disk -which Hea so temptingly in the edge of the gutter. He grasp3 it and fa rising, when "Ow ouch 0 LordyP he yells, and, flinging down the dollar, thrusts bis burnt fingers in his mouth, -while e roar of laughter Issues from the convenient grocery, trhere the practical jokers are on the watch. The boy hurries away, and the jokers proceed to reheat the dollar for the next "April fool." TBZ SILVER DOLLAB SELL. This is the old standard joke of the village. It has been played ever hvnee silver dollars were coined, and probably will be for many years to come, for where is the boy, not strictly on guard, who could refrain f...

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. — 15 April 1890

e 3pre tSEicMta Jpailtj gagle: ms&x)z j$lamingt Qyvxl 15, 1890. Absolutely Pure. Tbta powder never varies A marvel of purltT, xtronirLb and vvfcolesomeness More economical Jthan the ordinary lands und cannot bo sold In coin XwstltJon with tliPrruUitude of low test short r eight idnm or pho-phate iiowdors ''old omy In cans 210 al Uaklnc Powder Co 10U "Wall fat Y. ALL THE LATEST STYLES TRADE J4 A'. XAIN AT , iriCIIITJL. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled tv Demand 25 Eash. r$ 4 COMBINATION I'M OUT. AMUSEMENTS. fRAWFOKD-UKAND V -h M CmwroHD, Manager THREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY JIATIN'EE Commencing Thursdav , April lTth, A Cyclone of laughter, Mil tli and Merriment! THE LITTLE 'MAGNET, rXELLIE WALTERS! In a Repertoire of Musical Comedies Tlrcrsdav, April 17th, In the Greatest of all Protean Coinedic, "CRISS CROSS." Friday, April IS, the Domestic Comedy, "KITTY," OR. THE OTIIER HALF. Saturday Afternoon, April i9th. Grand Family Mitinee in "GRISS CROSS." Siturday N'Ight, April 19. "YIXIE,"...

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. — 16 April 1890

Kans. Historical Society yol. xrr, no. 12a WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORXTNG. APRIL 16, 1S90. WHOLE I0. 1S39. OPEN TO BOTH RICES. DECISION IN OLATHE'S PUBLIC SCHOOL CASE. A Peremptory Writ Ordering that Colored Children he Admit ted With White. Judge Sums' Opinion on the Case at Xength The Statutes in the Ca5e Plain. The Question Already Settled by a Supreme Court Decision Some Important Points in School Matters in Second Glass Cities State and Territorial Gossip. Olatiif, Kin , April 1" The long talked of race question in the public schools, which nss been in. the district couit here Miioo lat October, w as settled by Judge B Wtjs "who decided th it under thcltwsof tbe state of Kansas boiids of education in nies of the second class have no authority , establish or maintain separate schools ioi white and colored childien This de cision ism keeping with the decision of the supreme couit in the celobiatcd c ise of Pinnon s the boird of the city of Ottawa, reported in the twentv sixth...

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. — 16 April 1890

ut WLxtbfta. IJathj ngU: WXctlucsfaq MLoxxxiug, ginril t6, IS 90. TI PRUSSIAN DIET, IT IS OPENED BY THE KEW GHA3 CELLOIi. A New Order of Things Not to be Expected Under the Change. A Speeoh Well Eeceived by the Legisla torsCongratulations Tendered by Several Hembera DifForent Loaders Announce the Demands of Their Parties Prince Bismarck Announces That He Will Mot "Become a Pault-Iinder To wards the Government Poreign Gleanings. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sional Officf, Wichita, Ivan , April 15 The highest temperature tvus 52 D the lowest 4o, and the mean 48 , with cold, cloudy weather, and light ram after 1pm, ficsh northeast winds, nearh stationary, high barometer li nn fall up to 7 p ra Winch, but it was then beginning to nun faster Last year, on Apul 1 the highest tern p( rature was 71 , the lowest 42 , and the mean 50. TredL JonAsON, Observer V.'AR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON-, D C , April 15, S p m Forecast until S p m "Wednesday Tor Kansas and Colorado Cleaiing warmer, ariable winds THE DIE...

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. — 16 April 1890

- 9wr'ri74;;TSE!,l? fctWfejPiiW'fflR tit WAthilK gaxlaj cc$tet WitSints&KVi tmmingf Qpxxl 167 1890. FINANCEANBCQMMERCE WICHITA MARKETS. Eoceipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-673 cattlo, 1213 hogs. Among the cattle receipts "were 340 Arizona Bteers -which went into the country to be fed. 803 head of butchers and shipping cattle went over the scale, which makes the largest day's business ever transacted in the yards. There was an active demand of good to choice stuff and prices ruled steady to strong. Poorer grades not wanted and market slow. The hog re ceipts were not up to expectations as to numbers. Quality averaged good. Market opened easy at about yester day's prices but later broke 2 1-2 to 5 cents on advice from Kansas City, re porting the market a strong nickle lower. a- W10HITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. WicniTA. Kan- April 15. CATTLE. Receipts "; shipments 93. Tho receipts tverp lib cral. There were 340 head of small, thin Arizona Fteers which went into th...

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. — 16 April 1890

;aai-BgBWWagKgSBt MjCduairTiWrrgajua 4 gfce mirtuiix 1 ailij gaIe: Mttesaau. fptoumgv SMwJI- 16, 1890. 32 JI. M. 3IURDCCK, Editor. It has now been more than a week since Granny Blair was heard from. The election of Prof. Snow to the chancellorship of the State University meets with general approbation. The Wichita board of trade, at its Monday meeting, passed a resolution favoring free Mexican fius: ores and for warded the same to congress. "A rum-soaked failure," is the way the 6aintly St. John, who filled Kansas fuller of joints than a dog with fleas, speaks of General Harrison's administration. The volcano Vesuvius will be in a state of eruption next summer according to prophets. Much in the same way were San Francico and Oakland destroyed by a tidal wave day before yesterday. Elections in Peru are held on Sunday. There is some doubt whether this is a Fcheme on Peru's part to throw a good atmosphere ahout the election or a coup to popularize the right of suffrage. An Illinois gir...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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