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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 May 1890

'rnSISrXS!Sl3SkltgmjJkSgfgflliKX xt W&tlxiU gaily; lti JfatartUqj lE.crrmu.cj, Eax 10, 1890. i Ji.AUJiUHDorK i Business Manager. M. M. MU1D00E & BEO. Pntlishersand Proprietors. AH letters nertalninc to the busines of th e prin !Sh.SSt bindery. r Tor advertising fboalrjw acl(ircs-ed to the business nianazer; al other communications to the editor. The onl v dailv paper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley recei vine both the day and Bight Associate Press Reports In full. -LIUIS OF PCBSCItlPTIOX DAILY F.AGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dnilv, one copy one year. f S 00 Daily, one copy, sis mouthy.. i 00 Dnllv, one copy, three months 2 no Dally, one copy, one month....... ..... a Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r... 4 00 Three time- a week, any days deired, sis mo... 2 50 Fundaj Kdltion, lflaues, one copy, one year ... 2 00 fcunday Edition, 16 pases, one copy, six months. 1 2j WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopy, one year. $100 One copv. six months. 3J remittance may bo m...

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. — 10 May 1890

6 h& WiicMtn Jpaiftj gagfe: ateclaij fcrromg, $tat 10, 1890. fL MAKING AN ONION BED. Th Story Told of How It 3a Bono Down in Suimy Bencunla. Tho mating of a BerEmda onibn. bed Is a Tvozk that reqt&res a vast amount of time and calculation. There was a lot about 200 tost square on tho outskirts of Hamilton, inclosed vrith a high, -wall, so near to the hotel that I saw it every tiny and had an ejocelteat chancs to Tvatcli the operation of cultivating it. The soil was dark and rich, smooth and friable, aa most- of tho tillable fcoil inBormuda is. Threo men, all colored, went to work at that lot the last week in January and began the preliminary work toward making an. onion bed. Thoy paced it Oil from north to south, east to west; measured It with poles, paced it off again, then lay down under a trc-e to rest. This measuring and resting took several days. When they were sure of the ezact size thoy brought in a horse and plow and began to turn over the soil, one man driv ing tho ...

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. — 10 May 1890

Ixe WAtW,xc Ipisxlt agle: Jfajtar&aj IJStormug, Utey 10, 1890. (I of ram fair. Sights to Be Seen in Central Park, New York. KITE KEAKNEY'S GOTHA3I GOSSIP. Pen Pictures of Those "Who Ride In Car riages Along tho Great Pleasure Drives. The Sin Stained Woman and the Inno cent Child Slistaken for Venus. Copyrlghfc 18a0. New YOBK, April 17. If you want to see Vanity Fair at its best these spring days you must drive out in the park. There the rich and the poor are certainly met together, and everybody seecos to be drinking in tho good fresh air of heaven, delighting in the sun bhine and "wondering how it is the grass looks bo fresh and green, nobody ever stopping to remember that It has been a spring shade all "winter. The smart trap is the very hign Vic toria on. a G spring with a wide dashboard, all upholstered in leather, and with a rumble at the back. Tho horses' tails are properly docked; the coachman and the footman have immaculately smooth faces, and my lady's liveries are just...

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. — 10 May 1890

JP&e WLxth&K ga gagle: jiaterciaij tixming, Play X 0, 1890. Absolutely Pure. This pomder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and vrbolcsomenpss. 3Ioro economical tntn the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold In com petition with the multitude of low test, short eixht .tlam or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans. Itoyal Eating Powder Co.. 10G Wall St. N. Y. ALL THE LATEST STYLES TRADF 14.9 y. MAXN ST., WZCniTJL. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Eaeh. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. c RAWFORD-GRAND- -L. 31. Crawford, Manager One solid week and Saturday Grand Matinee, com mencing Monday, May 5th, IIOIDEN'S COMEDY COMPANY, Supporting the Talented Emotional Actress, MSS MATE STEVEXS, And the Popular Young Comedian, Mil. LEWIS A. jtfABB, Opening In the Musical Comedy Entitled A DOUBLE MAKB1AGE During the action of the play the latest songs, dances and melods 111 he rendered. Entire chango of play each evening. A valuable prizo ghen away each night. Admission 30. 0, 30 an...

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. — 11 May 1890

YOL. XII, NO. 151. TFIGHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING MAY 11, 1S90.-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 1S61. (I LEISURE AND PLEASURE. One of the Secrets of Wichita's tractiveness. At- "How all the world is made for each of us." f 2,- - o CITY IX KAN- ai aiiorus so many attractions to its in habitants as does the city of Wichita, and no other city of the !west catches so quickly with its beau ties the commenda- ations and favorable o pinions of the stranger. And as, in .the sum total of the Jhappiness of this life. Jmuch is drawn from external surround Sings and impressions, f so few of those who jllive in Wichita ever Fdesire to leave it, and few who have left it kltF v- q-that do not long to return. The sobriquet of "Winning Wich ita," is ever suggested to those who for the first time are shown her diversified attrac tions. Probably no single feature of the city is so much commented upon as her trees. All of the resident streets of the older portions of the place are lined with trees. In lookin...

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. — 11 May 1890

2 fee W&ithiiti gaily gagfe: jgrnttfatj fcrramcfr IPS 1 1 1890. WORSE THAN A BRUTE. THE AWFUL CEBIE OF A FEEXCH MAN. Brutally Murdered His Mistress' Child and Concealed He Under tlie Bed. The Crime Confessed "Without Signs of Ee- morse Consigned to the Guillotine. A Startling Story of Human Depravity in the French Capital Murderer Sage Found Guilty at Marion, Lid, on His Wife's Testimony Crime U ews, Copyrighted, 1S00. by Jams Gordon Bennett. PATSiS, May 9. A meek, inoffensive-looking man of middle ape at the the Paris Assizes today was tried and condemned to death for a double crime almost unpar alleled in atrocious savagery. The mon ster is Jean Vodahlc, a Paris car ter. "Voidable used to live with a scavenger, .Famine .Malhlatre, who, al ter three years' experience, wearied of her lover's brutal usage and showed him t lie door. Breathing threats of vengeance, "Vodable went away and remained absent a month. On the morning of November 30 Mme. Mafilatre found Yodablc in her apar...

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. — 11 May 1890

!&e WJlcWlk gadttg $: mtctay $xmtittg, gHaij IX, 1890 BNAHBAf COMMERCE WICHITA MARKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-519 cattle, 1326 hogs, and for the week just closed 2,588 cattle, 8,504 hogs, again over the previous week of 851 cattle and 1,901 hogs, a daily gain of 142 cattle and 317 hogs, which is certainly a magnificent" showing for the new hve stock market of the southwest. Among the receipts of cattle today wer 416 head of thin 2-year-old Texas Btockers, which are going to Alma, Kan. There was a lim ited supply of good butcher grades and all the offerings in this line sold at top prices. There were some few shipping steers which sold at the highest price of any that were ever sold on this mar ket. Stockers and feeders in light sup ply. The market closed steady, al though telegrams from eastern mar kets quoted cattle lower. The receipts of hogs were larger than expected and the heaviest closing day receipts in the history of this market. 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. — 11 May 1890

-"-'w'tfrKrs,jQ,'; f1 4r 'glxc ItiitMtac Jpailij ftaglc: J iwcfcqj f$torttittc(, Ulsy 11, 1890. aaewt-"iip'-'-- ri Jt. r. KCRDOCK, IMttor. INDICES OP GBEATNESS. Another of "Wichita's Prominent Fea tures. The measure of tho spirit of any people will be found in their architecture. Their pride and ambition are mirrored in the stateliness of their public buildings; their enterprise is embodied in the magnitude of their business edifices; their religious and moral standard will be reflected in the grandeur of their churches and charitable institutions; their love of learning reflected in tho types of their educational structures; their love of the true and the beautiful in their homes and surroundings. . A short time -since the Eagle pub lished sketches of three of Wichita's most imposing and costly public edifices, to-wit: the government, the county and the city build ings. Two of these surpass any structures of like cliaracter boasted by any city in the great sunflower state. This mor...

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. — 11 May 1890

Site WtTiita gwlij gajtc: mtaj Stoning, J)ta XI,- 1890. i " : Il il. M. Mukpock , TMiinr. R. P. Mra nonr. Business Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letter? nertalnlnir to the business of the pr In Inc deDamnent or bindery, or for advertising fhLldPb addreed to the business ma nacer; al othnr communications to the editor. ThfioSydailv paper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley recelrinK both the day and night Associate Press Keports In lull. TEKMS OF SCBSCniPTION- nAlIjT TjAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy one year ?8 0j) DallK one copy, sx months i 00 Daily, one copy, three months , 1 Dally, onecopy, one month.. & Three times a week, any days desired, pery'r... 4 CH Three time a week, any days desired, sis mo... 2 M Sunday Kdltion, 16 paces, one copy, one year. ... 2 01 Sunday Edition, 18 pages, one copy, six months. 1 2j WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopy.one year. ......$101 One copy, six months t m Kemittance may bo made at our ris...

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. — 11 May 1890

6 $foe WLidxiiii gtdlxj gagle: jgmtOaij ptewmg, W 11, 1890. DEMAND FOR MORE YARD ROOM. Unable to Handle Promptly All the "Wichita Ireisht Only a. small per cent of last Year's Grain Crop yet sold A Pointer for Elevator Capital. The railroads are confronted tvith the question of securing more yard facilities. Never before in the history of the city were they so badly crowded and working under such disadvantages. It is absolutely im possible to accommodate all the cars loaded with grain billed for "Wichita. A single freight train over the Wichita & Western yesterday brought in sixty-two cars of live stock and grain. The live stock was taken to the stock yards, but twenty cars of grain were cut out at College Green and left on a switch there because of the fact that there was no room in the yards here to receive them. At the Missouri Pacific freight office it was learned that they are laboring under the same difficulties; about one hundred cars of grain side tracked in towns close ...

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. — 11 May 1890

n u --JI lle 'SSlicTxita Jpaxlij 'k$z jixttfctoy xwwiug, lag IX, 1890. 7 1 ACTORS' EARNINGS People "Who- Have Stopped in a Season from Kothins to .Big iloney. Thastage, Uko creryother calling known, neelis hardworkto vrinsaccesa. ifr. Henry Irving came to this conntiy in 1SS3, after neatly tvrenfcylvayears of arduous "work. When the total receipts of M3 1S4 perform ances xfiachod $403,63 they might fairly be quoted as a proof of the need of hard work. This was equally true of the 158 performances of Mine Bernhardt in 1887, which brongbtia $398,317. But when Mrs. Langtry appeared in New York in 1B31, wjthout any stock in trade but a good fig ure, the theatre in four weeks took in $G1, 603. This was precisely three-fourths of what Novr York paid a year earlier in four vfceks-toseo Mnie. Barnhardt, at once the first tragedienne and the best trained and most experienced actress of her day. In two or three years Mrs. Langtry, having added some ability as an actress to her reputation as 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. — 11 May 1890

Jg&e WLickiix fpaiJg gagde: Jfomtag fjtatrag, $& 11, 1890. UNPARALELLED BARGAINS! BIG BREAK. New York Auction ! THE BOSTON STORE OFFERS Tomorrow Morning We will Offer Our Entire Purchase of Solid and Figured French Satincs at 18 CENTS! Former Price 35 and dOc. Absolutely Pure.. Thsjyoxr6tT never varies. A marvel of purity, fttrenjrih and wholesoineuesa. 3Iore economical than tho ordinary kinds and cannot be sold In com JjeUtion Trtth the multitude of lou test, short wclKht alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans. Koyal Bakln Powder Co.. 106 Wall St. X. Y. Bargains that competitors can not touch. 3sfo place in the city of Wichita rounds up as many desirable lines each and' every week as we do. No house makes it so great a point to show you plainly every special sale. ! il . ALL THE LATEST STYLES you plainly every special s WW lililii TRADE IhAPn r ffit: l9 349 y. jirix st., iricniTJi. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled to Demand 25 Eaeh. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. W. L W. ...

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. — 11 May 1890

S&e WLidtitii Daily; fc: jtattfofj gaming, ipaii. 11, 1890. i 1 Y-f-C IT t B Hil 'i IMJK.' wlllf. II MB-SPwfL?, R$I , lT!-s?Ix& CHAPTER X. HISS ELVIRA'S WAT AND THE COLONEL'S "WAY. "J you hit me, Col. Thome," said Furni val. The rain was done next morning; the sun shone upon Thome Hill, and the mocking hirds made a din in the garden thickets; the guinea fowls and the geese and all tho denizens of the poultry yard kept up a cheerful clatter; only the hu man voice was mute or hushed to a dis heartened whisper. The colonel had his coffee early and rode away; Mrs. Thorne and Flora break fasted in their own room; thus Miss El vira and Missy were alone at table. Missy had lain awake an hour the night before, dovising various plans in her poor little brain to induce her father to recall "Brer Nicholas," and one of these plans was deliberate starvation; but -when morning came she was too hungry to carry out this project, so she ate a good breakfast, thinking to go without dinner. Mi...

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. — 11 May 1890

gftc tHicteta gailtj gaglcr JumtTaaj ploriifttrj, fmj 11. 1890. Small Rhymes. As my trife and I, at the window on day Stood watching a man with a monfcey, A cart came by with a " broth of a boy," Who was driving a stout little donkey. To my wife I then spoke, by way of a joke: "There's a relation of yours in that carriage. To which she repliinl, as the donkey she spied, "Ah, yes, a relation by marriagel" New York Herald. A man sat down on a hornet's nest; Quick his form uprose and fell. It rose like a shot, but it didn't rise One half as hijrh as his yell. Philadelphia Times. ME JE THE FAB NOETE THE PUGET SOUND COUNTRY JUST ABOUT SUITS HIM. Aspirations of Alfarita Bowles Some Ad Tico to Theatrical Amateurs Scenery in a Famous Tunnel on the Northern Pacific Railway A Night of Suffering:. Copyright, 1S9Q, by E. W. Nye. Ox the Northern Pacific. The star of empire never did a better thing than to take its way westward, nnd especially over this rorfd, as it has dodged the blockade most e...

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. — 11 May 1890

$fcc WtMta gatltj gaglc: j&rattatj Iimratg, Pfetj 11, 188D. 11 GET A WIGGLE ON, MY LAD. Get a wiggle on, my lad, Don't walk at a funeral pace; Don't stand lazy, moping, sad; Don't sit with that drowsy face. Hustlo around, and do your share, In the town, or in the bush. Bustle here, Had bustle there; Hustle, rustle, bustle, push. Push out; don't stand idly by; Elbow forward, push and squeeze; You w ill get there if you try; Swing your shoulders, brace your knees. Don't live in a little den; Don't jco half starvod, hungry, cold) Pigs were made for such a pan; TViggle, work, and push out bold. Don't jump If your shadow moTes; If the world won't go with you, Let it slip in its old grooves, Strike out bold; try something new. Get a wiggle on, my lad; Get a bustle in your talk; Get a rustle on; get mad; Get a hustle in your walk. Yankee Blade. ME. BBOWN. A broad, vine covered, piazza, inclosing in its quadrilateral embrace a red roofed cottage of orthodox seaside form, but built with ...

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. — 11 May 1890

12 Sire WtxtMia zihj gagle: hxn&n gJtammg, glag XI, 189b. WBJSSSk TH MAN FOR THE HOUR Tradition says that when of old Great Cadmu3 needed men, 218 sowed upon the new turned mold The dragon's teeth, aad then 1 Uprose a host with arms bedlpht, Prepared to Etrive in instant fight. All day the doubtful contest raged "With f-pear and bow and shield; And when war had Ma thirst assuaged, Thtf stood upon tho field A chosen few, who built the walls Of Thebes, and graced her civic halls, And still, if unto earth there como A call for earnest men, There is no need of trump or drum To rouse them up, for then The cold clods quickly stir with life, And men are born for instant strife. For, as the ages como and go, Tho leadera of the van Are proof that this is ever so The hour begets tho man; He's Nature's heir, and he alone Has right and title to her throne. Not wealth, nor yet a long descant Through many a famous line, Can give this power to manldnd lent From Nature's hand divine, For with t...

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. — 13 May 1890

Kans. Historical Society TOL. XII, 1ST0. 152. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOEXIXG MAY 13, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1S62. THE BUTTER-WORTH BILL. Wind Deals and Crocodile Tears of the Chicago Board of Trade. to the Editor of the Eagle. EAR SIR: I take my pen in hand to let you know that I have read the Butterworth bill regulating options now before con gress, and also the memorial of the Chicago board of trade opposing the bill, and I hope you have enjoyed the same great bless ing. The Butterworth "Bill" is worthy the deliberate and thoughtful consid eration of every man who believes that agriculture is the foundation of American growth, prosperity and wealth. The memorial is worth the atten tion of every logi cian who desires to learn the art of dodging an issue, assuming false premises and draw ing favorable conclusions; worthy the study of every special pleader who desires to hide the truth and build up a case on a contrary state of facts, trusting to scare the other fellow off by his "paper f...

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. — 13 May 1890

'SWfftW- MJW'-S2' Jgfee ffflticMta gailtj gagle: Saesttaij Xoxniug, ptaxj 3. 1890 - I I ) ." u " l L- TIE PROSPERITY. KAXSAS FARMERS WHO ARE IG KOEAXT OF WANT. Glorious Crops and Choice Lands for the Asking in the West ern Counties. Results of Excellent Soil, Paithful Work and a Perfect Season for Grow ing Cereals, The Observations of a Correspondent in Clarke and Portions of Cjmancne Coun ties Individual Cases Cited to Show a Season's Re sults "Western Items. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigval Officf, Wichita, Kan , May 12 The highest temperature -was 8-5, the lowest, up to 7 p m , 59, ana the mean 72, with very -warm fcouthvvest to -west winds, and much cooler high north i mds after 1 30 p m ., low followed b rapidly rising baiometer Highest veloc ity of 'wind, north, thirtv fhe miles per Lour. Last 3 car on May 12 the highest tem perature was 61, the lovvast5s, and the mean 60, with nearly half an inch of j am. FuraL Jon vox. Observer. AVab Department, Washington, D C, Hay 12, S p m -Foiee...

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. — 13 May 1890

S&e miO&K gzxhj kqU: uxsctcuj msmxiuQ, uj 13, 1890. 3 FINANCEANDCOMMERCE WICHITA 1IAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 48 hours 170 cattle, 605 hog3. Shipments 679 cattle. Eeceipts of both cattle and hogs were the light est for several weeks. Cattl8 receipts -were composed largely of shipping and feeding steers and some stockers. Butcher grades in light supply. Not enough cattle to test the strength of the market. Everything sold at good figures. The hog market opened about steady at Saturday's closing price, $3.77 1-2, and the offerings all sold at these figures. The market closed steady. WI0H1TA LIVE STOCK MARKET. "WICHITA, Kan., ilay 12. CATTLE. Receipts 170; shipments GTS. . , , Tlie receipts were Iifrlit and consisted mostly ol Etipnim; steers, feeders and stockers. Tlio oiler lncsin good to choice butcher grades were very light; In fact, there were not enough cattle totct-t the strength of the market. Not enough cattle in fomo grades to go aroun...

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. — 13 May 1890

k vSVSSfsr- 4 x& Wttbafa gailrj futile: gtr.es clan, fotnmnj, g$gg 13, 1890. M. M. MfKDOCK, Kdltor. It now seems that the outrageous story started against Carlisle was the work of Democrats. A down-easter claims to have invented an anti-profanity pen. He should at once turn his attention to perpetual motion. The coming musical craze, says an ex change, is the l-ag-pipe. This will prob ably cause no little apprehension among the "Wagnerian enthusiasts. STRAWS IN THE WIND. In its criticisms of Ingnlls the Kansas City Times would do well to remember the old proverb which advises those who live in glass houses lo pull down the blinds. !! i in mi miiimwi The EAGLE predicts that Wichita is des tined to become a greater city than Kansas City. Every loyal Kansan would be glad to see it. Wilson County Citizen. And the Missouri town is feeling it in her bones. The sixteenth annual meeting of the Kansas State Temperance union will be held in Topeka May 16. The railroads of the state have a...

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