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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 1 May 1873

mmtr"W V nil nl"M'iinaWWC g"!!" 3194 '2'"""1 N VOLUME II. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1873. NUMBER 4 .-MM. mmm be fftrMa Yi..MrtZKKBwSsMLrF:-T-- v Pa fade. IW'O UOLLAIM I'l.'i YEAK, iNAUVAXCKT .gvgnaf6sA?rs xns cm: ca .tmiCiBcs. THK U.VTKS vc linc i-MaWUIieil for tuhcr-li-inwillbrstiirtlj adhered to in every in kUncr. Tlirj nre as low aj cliargeilliy iimijori.v of the invni in the Weal, mid iu luur as any pa T iuniihl(pu a linn aud tatting baoii, with a lar-e. circtibitiuit, will (Jo busincni. We think, liuiim-ss ineu can jret vav received by luliertU inp with un. We uaL no one to patronize us out of harity, and do not want a man's monrv unleM ve giTe hi in value recched. We roulil easily il 1 our column with loreijoi mlvertlii'ineiita, liumbUKS, patent medicines, etc., at b'-s than our rigular I alts. Hut we hope tli.it wr never will be comiielled to do so. Nullum; epeaWs o well lor a town and the enterprise of its utiieni its crowth ..nil proiiertiy us tne c...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 1 May 1873

i.wifii nmnw mmtmtmmmmimm ; (. n Cjre Hitita (gaglt. M. M. MURDOCH, Kdllorand Proprietor. WICHITA, TIUJIWDAY. MAY 1. 1873. The reunion of the aoldicro of Kan tat will be held at Lawrence on the 30th day of May. Arrangements are being made to secure transportation for soldiers over the variout railroads of the state at reduced rates. The Parsons Sun of Saturday fives an account of the murder of Lucas Eigejiatz, a baker in that city, at the hands of Franklin Mc Peer son. The murderer had been-tttrnedHoese on straw bail, re-arrested, and a second or third time had escaped, and was at large the iast time heard from. We. are glad to see -that a move is being made by the farmers throughout the county to ameliorate some of the disadvantages which they have so long been laboring under, and to se cure to themselves benefits which will arise from an united effort. Schemes heretofore introduced by farmers and laboring men of the country, which should have resulted in great good, have almost ut...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 1 May 1873

i 4i Cjrt fflxttyte CagLe. - ---i WICHITA, THUEDY. MAT I. XK73. 'ITYAND COUNTY NEWS. Servicei mt the Catholic church next Sabbath. The health or our city la extrcmrly good at present. Hall, at the Oyster Bay, "set tip" splendid icecream. The lateat term for killing a man la "Mo doced him.'' Capt, Folks and Major Abbott, or Oxford, called oil n this week. On the outride ol this lsue will be found an article entitled Wichita. The Methodist nitnUter or thla place la against voting railroad bond. The recent rains seemed to make everybody happy and business more brink. The otBce or the city clerk can be" found at the atore of4. F. Nessly Son. tart Sabbath wan rather a damp day for the display or spring styles and furlx-loc. Orclffenrtoin bought a very nice deer to adil to the collection or animal In his park. T. P. OoMard, Mr. ScIIr anl Mr. Tetre, or Eldorado, called on the Kagi.k thla week. The Baptist Sunday school meet on Sabbath morning, at 9 o'clock, at the school house. Mr. Hoffman...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 1 May 1873

rtfWMWHWr"Wj mm i swss: ItiaicaHgtfay ei tsci xeti, fees CCes la ZagU Bl::k TREES! TREES! TREES! bUllsCKIITlOX TWO DOLLARS IN ADVANCE. Swoot Potatoes. All will asrcc that the yellow Nan epniotiil. for market and table use, is excelled by none in this climate: but it is a late potato and only a moderate jieldcr- A lew jears ago nab intro duced the Brazilian, a month earlier. a lnucb-bHter yiclder and of jrood qual ity, and it has deservedly become verv popular; but unfortunately it sprouts poorly and is a very poor keeper, and hence can never be" brought into gen eral nc. Wu now recommend the Southern Queen aR a substitute for the uruzuiau uaviug its canine1; ami pro ductiveness, and is by far a better early, table and market potato, keeps well and combines all the pood quali ties of all the early varieties, as the yellow Naiisomond docs of all the late sweet potatoes. Location and soil is a verv impor tant item in the culture of the sweet potato. Dry, rolling ground is indis pensabl...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 8 May 1873

"; i m immt-M"4miSatmitK - " ? VOLUME II WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 8, "1873. NUMBERto w miiUk litD fame. t iftkjrifa &rgk. mvoTuum..i:s i-i:-: yuau.-ix auvaxoi:. Zsvianasa sates g5s rcx; ::t i?ni:in::r. TIIK UAIKS wc liarc i tiiljlMii-.l lur ntlu-r-lUins will lii strirtlj ivlhcrol to In every in fetHiicc. Tlit- ale- as Iuwm clnrfjrtlliy nmijoiity ol ilic .iH'r in tlir V?t, nml as low at any )ia iwr fumislinl m u linn nml liinim basis, willi a Ur-t cuctilutiiMi, will l 1ju.-iuh-.--i. We think l.nnnoss men c.iii jct-t vnlue it-crmri l-y ailrt-rtU-iiijc with lis. Wcii.sk no one to -.-iti.ni7iMH out of charity, ami lo not waul a nun's moivy tiiilrs wc gire liim 'nine rt-cc-lvrri. Wc roulil tasily fill our column with foreign nelwrliscmciitji, liumuilgs, att-iit iiii-iliciiiux, rlr , at less thin our regular rates. Uut we I'm- that e ni-Tt r will Ijc com'iellril to do ho, Nutlnnt; --iraks o.) w i II for n town and the c-utt-r-iriM- ol its itiitin it srii-Atli un...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 8 May 1873

$10 V vac- waasss33StSSeCKK S2233 Ct ilfltirjrita- (agk M. M. MURDOCH, Edhorand Proprietor. WICHITA. THURSDAY. MAY 8. 18T3. Harbour county has produced gold scaring quartz enough to excite the citizens of Butler county, mid they arc making extensive preparation for giv ing it a thorough tent. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. From Wichita to the Gulf of Mexico. Tht Emporia Xews announce offi ritily that the Kaw IudiaiiN are to be moved to their new reservation in the Indian territory. Friend Thomas Stan ley will accompany them to look after their interest. A mail ear on the M.f K. & T. It. R. was burned, together with the con tents, near Dcnnisou, Texas, on ThurM (ay morning last. A large mail for Texas, and all the baggage belonging to the passengers, was destroyed. Galvkston. April 25th, 1873. DearEaqle: Wc arc a long way. to-night, from the busy little city .of Wichita and the enterprising and ener getic men who hold her destinies in hand, but that is no reason why we should be debar...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 8 May 1873

y1rjr&,na-mefT'9 '" mt tyTtywptp' -"tw-i Ct jfgitfcto WICHITA, THUUSD VY, MAY 8. Ih73. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. The city was alive with farmers Saturday. The express train comes in well filled daily. The city assessor, Mr. l)uy. Is intervening the citizen. The walls of GrclffenstcinV new building are completed. The delinquent lot and lunJs have been on ale this week. Our country Itt being bleed ly a series of spring showers. Those of a piscatorial tuin of mind arc hav ing abundant harvest. Todd & Hoyal hate a tew more bushels of cotton need to dispose of. Geo. Shlichtcr has gone to St Louis to re plenish his stock of hardware. Cedar trees from Harbour couuty hate been netlingon our MrecU this week. See interesting communications on "castor beans," "taxes," etc., on second pace. J. Wolltnan, or Leavenworth, brother-in-law of Kohn Bros., was in the city this week. The big Arkansas river lias risen a little in the last few daj h. caused by the recent rains. A postofllcc has been c...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 8 May 1873

..assss&ssisi a.erMtew.. .i... . Cljt Wjita lt. Ittui ta tttiMay cf clta wth frsa Cfico is Zaelt St 8t;ncniPTioN rtvo noi.LAits is advance. Farm and Household. Prepare for the lujf of spring work. H:ivc teams in proper condition for effective 1 tbor. Lose no time in petting all the" 6ecd that may be needed. Get all crops in jib early as the state of the laud will admit. Keep stock off meadows and pastures until the ground is well fettled. Sow clover, citlieralone or in winter grain, and dress with plaster. Plant fruit and shade trees when ever the weather and land are favora ble. Slake fences thoroughly secure "man high, bull strong and 'pig tight." Be muster of your business, drive your work, or it will drive you and that is slavery. So soon as Jack Frost permits, put in force Old Richard's maxim, "Plow deep while sluggards sleep." Give :i linal examination to all tools, implements and machines, and see that they are in good working order. Pull out red root, cockle, and other n...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 15 May 1873

-. .4,-MtW. -S. V&H. WWSV.. 1.1W be ife bi NUMBER' WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1873. VOLUME II. rw gHH -fit3flBi. - f - ' ""' --' mm' a'lti. ayi TVOlOLLAi:.S Vl'.K YKAIt, IX ADVANCE. i3vr;ns?3 satis visz ::to est it?li:ati:. rrilK U.VIES we have esUlilIsbeil for ailver 1 tisinp w ill be strictly adhered to in every in stance. Tliey an- as low an cliargetlliy amajority tf tlie iaHrr in the Weat, ainl as low a any pa ler rumishfd on a linn and lasting basis, with a lir;e circulation, will do business. We think business men can pet altie received by advertis n;: w ith ti. We ask no one to patronize us out of charity, and do not want a man 'a money unless we give him laluc received. W'v could i-nsily fill our column? villi foreign advertifements, humbugs, patent medicines, etc. , at less than our tegular rates. 15ut we hope that we never will be compelled to do so. Nothing peak fo well for a town and the eiitcrvriw or its citizens its growth timl prosperity a...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 15 May 1873

i -. ,T..-l,ligIWfi Is t mtftoi k! M. M.MURDOCK.Ediiorand Proprietor. WICHITA, TIIL'BSDAY. MAY 15.J673. , Near Wilson station, on the Kansas Fucifie railway, sonic desperadoes or Indians have made a dash along the Smoky Hil! bottoms, and run off all the stock forseve ral miles, leaving only two rnn.urnptivc-lookin;j little oats or kids. Oaken Atne, of Masanhusettn,"and James Brooks, of New York, the two prominent figures in the rredit mo hilicr. are both dead. The strain of that long trial seems tohavedcslroyed the physical life of both. Whatacom mnt upon the dark ways of political corruption and ;rrapiu; for money. News has been received of the death of H::ll, the great Artie explorer, who died of apoplexy. For our part we never could appreciate this sacrificing of life and property, being every few entw made, to find something, nobody pretends to know what, among the eternal ice-fields of the Artie region. The spring races of the Shawnee county driving park association will commen...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 15 May 1873

WICHITA, TnURSU Y, MAY 15, 1N73. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. N. A. KuglUh ha disposed or e vend valua ble lot (luring the week. Toftin's train of twenty wagons was In and loaded this week for Fort Sill. Ilobbs & Pittlnger bare opened a brokers' office in tbc room over their atorc. Todd & Iloyal xold eighty buihcls of cotton aced to Sumner conntv farmers this week. Thuman Woodman has been confined to bis room for several days, lck with brain lover. A disease of some kind is among the chick ens In town, which In almost every cac proves fatal. Mr. Ilanman bought of .Steel & Ievy the aoutbeast quarter of section 3, township 37, range 2 east. There are a many worthless cur as ever running; around the streets. Let's have an other order from the mayor. J. Brush Kenton returned yesterday from a visit to the Pacific coast, lie gives glowing account of that tropical clime. Over twenty heavy cattle men arrived In Wichita this week direct from Texas, all of whom have herds upon the road. ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 15 May 1873

S2K2E F&grvteim- sbm i'HWf iw I'wu'ifr'i'if Hit'tr4V75?;!n"!ii'.'ng'?tJi ,Btmwwjjwjfvi'rijfertaaKamii.ji aawagacsaafayT,.ffasp?ajgi Cjjt Kps Ie. Iinsi K Rusliy c! sufc rtii, Jraa CCc is ! Slccx SLTlSCRIPTIOX TWO DOLLARS IX ADVANCE. Household Recipes. Nice Brown Bread Two and one hair quarts of Indian meal, three pintR "" of wheat flour, one quart of slewed pumpkin, one tcaspoonful of ginger, one and one-half cups of molasses, and two teaspoonfuls of soda. Mix with sweet milk or water, and bake over night in a brick orcn. Washington Pie One cup" of white sugar, one cup of sweet milk, one tcaspoonful of cream of tartar worked into a pint of flour, one tea spoonful of soda dissolved in the milk, one egg, one tcaspoonful ol melted butter, and a Utile nutmeg. Cake without Eoos Two cups of wnue sugar, one-half cup ot sour cream, one-third cup of butter, one and one-half cups of milk, one tcaspoonful of soda, and a little nutmeg. Mix pretty stiff. Feather Cake One cup of 6iigar. one-ha...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 22 May 1873

44tMK volume n. WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1873. NUMBER 3i i vi n -- " - -w -mmm .( iinuiir.irtiinr imwy , witUk tt 4Mf ml m aym j:- V m$ &$l 1 WO DOLLARS l'K't YEAlt, IN ADVANCE. "BTO5isxsi satis xisx iotk oh iiruwnsa. THK RATK3 we have established Tor atlver tUiug will be strictly adhered to in every In stance. Tliey are as low. as charged by a mtjortty of the papers in the West, and as low as any a er lurninlird on a firm and lasting basis, with a larxe circulation, will do business. We Uunlc business men can iret value reoeired by advertis ing with us. We ask no one to patrouize us out of charity, and do not want a man's money uiilem we fjiTe him value received. We could easily fill our columns with foreign advertisements, humbugs, patent medicines, etc., at less than our regular rates. Hut we hope that we never will be compelled to do so. Nothing 8eaks so well Tor a town and the enterprise of its citizens its growth and proserity a the columns of th...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 22 May 1873

r n t W&t. tfaglt M. M. MURDOCK, Edliorand Proprietor. WICHITA, THURSDAY. MAY 22. 1873. There it every indication that the Fifth Parallel road will be built at once. Judge Delahav has issued a writ of injunction restraining the county Treasurer of Butler county from (telling railroad lauds for taxes. Senator Sumner declines to permit any -of the salary grab to "enter his pockets. He has not any use for it.' One by one the true menof the country are putting themselres on the record. MANDAMUS. " W. B. Webb has filed in court a peti tion for mandainns on the secretary of the interior to compel him to issue land patents for certain lauds iu Kan sas. This land is. a part of the Osage ceded land, and it is said this case is a test one in which two or three hun dred thousand acres are involved. INDIAN OPPOSITION. Tho commissioners sent to the Red Cloud agency to prepare the Indians for the building of the Northern Paci fic railroad, report that they have seen a number of representative...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 22 May 1873

h y V r5 s H Cfce mm (fcaglc. WICHITA, THURSDW', MAY 22, 1873. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Travel has fallen off considerably In the last Bonth. Several herds of long horns are within hail ing distance of Wichita. Johnny Mclvor has been sicV for several days, confined to his bed. J. H. Steele has just returned from a visit to his former home In Doniphan county. In fin spirits. The familiar form and sonorous voice of Shanghai Pearce is again seen and heard upon our streets. What is the matter with our West Wichita correspondent? We haven't heard from him in a long time. W. C. Woodman & Son offer some choice lands for sale at low prices, at 12 per cent, per annum on deferred payments. Mr. John Cline informs us that three car loads of cattle have already been shipped from tills point to an eastern market. The Vt. Sill stages arrived all In good shape. The reported attack proved all moonshine. The drivers say everything Is quiet in the In dian territory. The Douglas Avenue House has been ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 22 May 1873

n(ji"'HWjiWi .lMylgC3WW . C&t iia . ttnsi a Thirst; ( Mch Wsi, fro OSes Is Zgl Hack CBSCRIPTIOIt TWO DOLLARS IK ADVANCE. Neither a Boy nor QlrL Mons. D., of Roubaix, has five charm ing daughters, and eagerly desires a son. A short time since he was in ex cellent spirits; Mine. D. was for the sixth time to make him a father. She being taken ill, midwife and physician were summoned. Mons. D., being very sensitive, walk ed out to be away from the scene, be sides he was very anxious about the result, and a promenade diverted his thoughts from the engrossing subject. When he thought all was over, he made his way back home. He met the physician; he was so excited he could scarcely speak, nevertheless he man aged to gasp : "Well, doctor, is it a girl ?" The physician smiled, and said, "No." Mons. D., crazv with jov, exclaimed, "Then its a boy !" The doctor smiled broader as he an swered "No." " Mons. D., confounded, stammered "out, "What 1 neither a boy uor girl? What is it, theu ?" "T...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 29 May 1873

befftffo , ,-. .' -' ' s -. VOLUME II, WICHITA, SEDGWICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1ST3. NUMBER 8 AmUBSmmSMSSS" ' SK: WHUHVIZK mw-s-A - la faok , TWO DOLLAIU I'K'i VKAIt, IN ADVANCE smnsDra iatzs mst txswtt as imiurax. XIIE UATES we hart- rtal)liliwl for aitver tming will lie atrictly mlhrrt-tl to in every in lee. They are im low ua charReil by n majority of the pitjiere in the Went, and as low a any tia-rx-r furniilinl on n firm ami lasting basis, with a large circulation, will tlo business. We think husinns men can pet alitc received by advertia injt with u. We ask no one to patronize tu out of charity, and do not w ant a man' money utiles He give him value recpivt-il. We could easily nil our columns with foreign advertisement, humbug, patent mrtliclnra, etc., at less than our regular ratea. liut we hope that we never will be compelled to do so. Nothing c x-al. no well for a town and the enterprise of it citirens its growth and prosperity the columns of the local iiajx-r w...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 29 May 1873

w Cjjt WLkfh (fetgle. M. M. MURDOCK, Editorund Propi ietor. WICHITA, THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1S73. Cnpt. Jack has retreated to the North Pitt river country, so yesterla 's dis patches Kay. By last evening mail we learn that the late storms extended throughout the northwest. The Atrhison, Topeka and Santa Ve railroad are 'now carrying nil govern ment freight to the western posts. BENDERS. Just ar. we -go to press we learn that one of the Bender family was arrested in Dubuque, Iowa. No particulars. A later dispatch says nil four of the Ben ders have been arretted at Hillsboro, Illinois. WIND. Next to the delicate elixir of u Kan sas zephyr, pure and simple, the coolest and most refreshing thing we've htruck is the "open letter" of Sid Clarke, on the "impending' contest between the monopolists and the people," peculiar ly and appropriately addressed to Wind-cm. INDIANS. The secretary of war has received a telegram from General Sheridan, at Chicago, in relation to the raid of Col. Mclvenzic o...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 29 May 1873

tp : -. t V '." t MmW (gagk. WICHITA, TUITBSD Y. MAY , 1K73. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. J. V. Nessley ft Son have a choice lot ol gro ceries In atore. BUbop Vail preached at I lie old court house on last Sabbath. AU the fruit and shade tree cl out this spring are growing luxuriantly. Mr. Lewis hai four ol bis the new houses up, finished, painted, and occupied. l he Methodist sociable wait largely attended ou Tuesday night, at the Si. K. parsonage. O.K. McNary, or the Leavenworth Com mercial, has been spending the week in Wich ita. Brother Kelly, of the Winfield Courier, hon ored our office with a call in our absence la.it week. Key. Tcutschel desires us to say that Epis copal services hereafter will be held at 7:30 p. o. Sabbath evenings. Mr. Cox, the proprietor, inform us that he baa 50,000 cabbage and 50,000 tomato plants for sale at the city gardens. Mr. H. M. Dougherty, special correspondent of the Newark Daily Adtertieer, is doing up Wichita and Southwestern Kansas. A horned frog, n...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita city eagle. — 29 May 1873

-5 -, ,--- - . (Y afaHaMaawawsstagBAibui HI I MIMM , tj K33 T'- . . -rTt fri, h .w,jTr"gfWKii cgW(ttiTffatfsatr;yttaoi atWPJiiaiwa ) Wtamfra mfiurt yT-- WBxtfitz (fetglt. Itnsl ca thsriiiy t! Mek si, frm CSct Is Xigls BU:i SUFUCUIITIOK TWO DOLLARS IN ADVAXCE. While Adam slept, GoJ from him took A hone : and, an an omen. lie wade it like a acrgph liok, And tint created woman. He took till bone not from hit pate, To (how her power ample ; Nor from his feet, to designate That lie on her Bright trample : But 'neath hi arra( to clearly allow Hr al wa b should protect tier ; And hear his heart, to let him know How much he lioillcl rexpect her. He took thin bone, crooked enough, Mori crooked of the human, To ahow how much crooked Bluff He'd always find in woman. Dipping the Hand into Molten Iron. The thing has been discovered over and over again, observed Dr. Carpen tr, in a recent lecture that a man has gone and held his naked hand in such a stream of molten iron, and has done it without ...

Publication Title: Wichita City Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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