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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 8 June 1890

ht WlitlxiiK p&Ixj $r. Jfomtog mhxgr girac 8, 1890. k, iuijfi 7? n&S& II imm mm.iM!L ssa A i iSMh ""' I'Hfc X CHArTER XXXII. AFTER LONG TEARS. !!i !!!!!j f This fat her forgot his injured pride. When old Gilbert was informed that Nicholas would be coming home in a few days he exclaimed, -with triumphant thanksgiving: "I knowed hit! Bless Glory!" "Hukkom you knowed hit?" sneered Glory-Ann. "Is you tiyin' ter niek out you 13 Solomon en' de prophets?" "What 1 done tell you. Misy?" pur sued old Gilbert, serenely indifferent to this taunt. "Put yo' 'pendenco in ilawsc G n'ral Fletcher." "lie had nothing to do with it!" cried iasy indignantly. "Brer Nicholas wrote o' h.s own accord; lie said never a- word of your 'ilawse Gm'ral Fletcher.' I won't Id indebted io Gipt. Fletcher. We've xetirned all he did for Brer Nicholas, ani there's an end of him." Is dasso?" said old Gilbert regretfully. "VIII well! Tubbe sho!" Hukkom you is so sot beginst do tson all of a suddent?" Glorj-Ann...

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. — 8 June 1890

fly iLfwntf1 f1 gfo ISEitfxxfct gaily gagle: tog 1$W3 Sane 8, 1890. CARE. Ton may ride In the early morning, You mcy rid9 In the dewy night, You may rid till your eyes outrival All the eter eyes1 light, You may stray to tho graceful motion Of your sonstHvo, thoroughbred mare, ou may race with the winds and the ocean But yeu cannot outride care. You Twr ride tvtth the gracu of an angel. With heart aad a soui on fire, Yeu waf ride tin ycur road swims beneath you, Until you and ytwr thoroughbred tire. Yen mjr ride tffl your checks are like roses, "VNIth tbe red, rich Trine of the air, You may ride till the night; ruta to morning But you cannot outride care Ella Higginson. SEE F0EG0TTEN PAST. He stood under tho spicy pepper trG6s looking doivn at her. his face softened by a great tenderness. Hotv dainty and sweet she wa3. Why was it that he seemed ever to stand at the portals of paradise, catch ing glimpses of the glory within, hut nevev permitted to entr? And yet she had promised to bo...

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. — 8 June 1890

SRipMaSailtj gaglt: j&ra&qj ipcrntmga girac 8, 1890. 11 WASHINGTON AS A STATE MR. NYE POINTS OUT PORT TOWN SEND'S BEAUTIES. "Injun" K omenclatTLro: SnohomishvSquea mish and Swusethoxaish At "Harv," In "Tatt bel E"J-awDg8" Soiao Trlcis of the Paclflo Coast. Oopyrifjht by Edfrar W. Nyo. Port Townseud is the first port on en tering Pnget sound from the Pacific ocean. The city Is beautifully located, and at this time ogers perhap3 the best opportunity for the investor of any in America, sa it3 prospects are fully equal to thoee of any other American city, Vrhile its real estate quotations, taMng all thia into consideration, are more rea sonable. M8L0,r ' iA-a .- THE LANDLORD'S TRICK. The average rainfall, which is really the beto noir of the Puciite coast, is leas rirulcnt perhaps at Towtiaend tbun else where. While Dnnunt j has 20 inches, Whatcom 28. Kamihh 9. riwinomi .h :J2, Stilliguamifch 40 and Snohomish G5, Port Townsend has but 10. Possibly the names hstvi something to do...

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. — 8 June 1890

12 xt fgaicfciia Jpailxj gagle: f iwtlay !p.omiu& f itue 8, 1890 A'DlTJOfiCIULDfiEIf. THE ANNUAL SABBATH EXERCISES FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. inday and the Manner in "Which Ho V 'ances Are Slade Charming xvifh erg and Recitations Church aiusic, Flow Decorations. -ijjht, IGCO. C!!y' h WQS a Pace of terror Years ago .ho enure. 'lttle oaes Trere teken to lively chddreu. Thsv thcIr feet duly to church, whether r couM the floor or not, and wnethtx Ug num derstand tho termon, with ?heerweari. heads, or had to po napping from m nees. If they played any sly pnu hfch Jaxed the Gtiffnc3S and decorum w. , thought necessary for churcsoers, o.. young, it went bard with tnem.-ior- u Jk. A FLORAL LIGHTHOUSE. the stately tithing man, whoje duty it was to remind any youngstar of his churcnly duties if ho failo J to observe ttaetn. A'CJ r a while tho ofHce of this functionary was abolished, but as churches ww still far from comfort able, unwarmod ani furahrhed with hi-h, stra'ght benches, an 1 tho p...

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. — 10 June 1890

- Xans. Historical SocJetya tol. xm, JTO. 19. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 10, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 18S& BY A Measuie Kcpoited to the House tor the Protection oi Amciican Citizens. All Absentee Land Owners Obliged to Become Residents Within Ten Yeara or Withdraw. VTast Estates in the United States Owned by Subjects of England and Other Countries A Grave Question Be fore the People Mr. Cockrell Speaks foi Tree Coinage Items from Wash ington. Washington, June 9 Representative Oates, of Alabama, from the committee An the judicial j, todav reported to the hone the bill to prohibit aliens fiom ac quiring title to or owning lands within the United States "Yom committee has ascertained,"' ,ajs the report, "with rea fionable certaintj, that certim noblemen of Europe, prircipallv Englishmen, have acquired and now own about 21,000,000 acresfcof land within the "United States We have not sufficient mfoiination ro state the quuntitv owned by whens, nor is it so important, as it is gener...

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. — 10 June 1890

- -"- $fo Witlxita gaily gagfe: Siwsflag ptoahto;, gam 10. 1890. 2 vxi";y- ' ONLY A PRETENSE. EUROPEANS NOT SUPPRESSING THE SLAVE TRADE. Afripan Territory Seized Under the Gauzy Pretext of Stopping " the Traffic. The Awful Commerce in Human Beings Actually Encouraged by the Pow ers of Europe. Terrible Suffering in Upper Egypt from Famine Cannibalism Eesorted to by the Starving People The Country Bereft of Laborers by Eng land's Wars Old World GossiD. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, "Wichita, Ivan., June 0. The highest temperature was 77 the lowest 54, and the mean Go -with cloudy weather, stationary temperature and falling barometer. Last year on June 0, tiic highest tem perature was (VJ, the lowest 04, and the mean 02, with 1.50 inch of rain. Fred Li. Johnson, Observer. "Wak Department, Washington, D. C, June 0, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Tuesday. For Missouri and Kansas fair, warmer winds becoming southerly. ATBIOAN SLAVETBADE. European Nations Allow it to Go on Without Restr...

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. — 10 June 1890

;ftx WicMU Jpail gagte ucfclmj fjpfomug, gfmtx 10, 1890. 11 F1NANCEANDC0MMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock yards for 48 hours, 367 cattle; 742 hogs. Shipments 164 cattle. The cat tle receipts were liberal for opening day. There was a few of nearly all kinds offered. Reports from eastern markets were not favorable to strong prices or an active market. Some cat tle were unsold at the close. Chicago market slow and dull, Kansas City lower. The hog: market opened 2 1-2 cents lower than Saturday's close, and about half the hogrs sold at those fig ures. Late reports from Kansas City recorded lower prices and this market broke to $3.50. The close was barely steady at the decline. WICHITA LUTE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan- June 3. CATTLE. Receipts SG7. Shipments 104. The receipts were composed of nearly all kinds ana Kradea very sooa. i .rwl TTo1i- mnnriti fmtn PAtpm markets wer6 rather unfavorable to sellers. I raums wc, a little tame and prices averaged fairly...

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. — 10 June 1890

4 Sfec tfflUxifcfcte flaabj gagle: litesOatj ptomiurt, gmxe 10, 1890. 31. M. 3iriI)OCK, Krtltor. CALL FOR REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. COUNTY t a meeting of the Kepublican central committee ofpodirwlck county, Julio 3, 1H, tno undersigned were instructed to publMi the following notice: Xotico is hereby givt tLs.t z. Kepublican conven tion of Sedffv.-ick county, Kansas, will bo held at the District court room in the city of Wichita, on Satur day. June 11. ISO, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of fcolectins twenty delegates to attend the Kepub lican conKrefi-fonU conicntion of the Seenth dis trict, to be heM at Uodgo City on the SOthdayof Juiv, li- Tlie convention will consist of OT delegates, dis tributed a1 follows- "Wichita, Firt ward Second " Third Kmirth " " Fifth " Sixth " Attica, township .Uton " Delano " Kric " VM&6 " Grant GreIty ' - Gypsum " uard en Plains twp. north MH11I1-. THE TRUE REPUBLICAN SPIRIT. Oraml Itiver Illinois " " Koclil " V IJncoln " j? Morton J Minncba - ...

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. — 10 June 1890

't S&e WBxdxtttt Jpailtj gagfe: gtxestlay pl.crmiu gixue 10, 1890. a r f t SI. 31. Mtmnonr. I R- P. Mmnonr, Editor. I Husiness Manaser. m. it muedogk: & BKO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters DertAlnln: : to tho l)osine3 ot tlie prln Inir rlpnartment or lindpry. tor advertlsln: t-lioald In; addressed to the business manager; al other communications to the editor. The only dallv paper in Southwestern Kansas 01 tho Arkansas " au receiving both the day and night Associate Press Reports In full. terms or snEsrournox' n aii.v f. vole. In Ad a nee Postage Prepaid. Dally, one cop? one vear. e no Dally, one copy, sis months ....... 4 0) Daily, one copy, three months 2 00 Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r. .. i OT Three time a eek, any days deired, six mo... 2 .VJ Sunday Kdition, 1G paces, one copy, one year 2 O) buuday Edition, 10 paces, one copy, sir months. 1 25 IVE-IvLY EAGLE. One copy, one year $103 One copy. sLx months 5U Remittan...

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 June 1890

tvyra! 'mr!Vm!!tiggftiZ&8imiim,t ?&g' SKDtSSi 6 hz tSHicTxiia paiXtj gagtc: uesctag learning, gxrae XO, 1890. t."S W ; Rll BBEiKEB. V ' Herbert Mapes, the Famous Champion Hurdler. S02IE OF TEE BACES HE HAS Tf ON. 3Ialcolm TV. Foyd Writes of Kis Career and EJs Method of Pcrforenlns Three Brothers, Who Are Also Athletes, Who Uavo ZMade fJood Records. College athletics during the past year or two hare assumed such prominence on ac count of proclucing unnaually high class records that they bid fair, at not a very distant dati, to take import-ant places among the best aincteur athletic records of the "world. Tho illustration below shows Herbert Mapei, who won the intercollegi ate diampioafjhip at bosh the 123 yard, 3 feet 0 inchea high, and tC yard, 2 feet 0 inches high, hurdle races la3t year, break ing the intyrcollegi.-ite record i n each event. He did 16 X-5 seconds for the former and 2GS-G seconds for the latter. H e m&do his debut in athletics in 1SS7, and since then hi...

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 June 1890

SS $ $?''' ,'K,a,15w9D",!r"7',i IxiiMxiia gaxlajglje: 'gxizsHmj pCoruiug, gtiuc XQ, 1890. PRINCE, THE BICYCLIST. The Man Who Bosted Beading: in lh - . Great Race at OiaxUa. '. JACK TUZSCR. Once dore Jack Prince faa3 demonstrated bis light to championship wheeling honors. BtJoaoks; afc Omahn, Neb., he defeated Nod Reading, the phenomenal soldier rider, in a brnfatog race of sue days, riding eight hours a day, for the championship of tha world, la defeating Reading ho won what was uudoutrtedly the greatest contest that has ever tabon place in the history of cy cling. The scene at the finish was a very exciting one, and the enthusiasm of the crowd was at fever heat. Up to the last lap Beading was in the lead, but in tha stretch he was unable to stand the paca and Prince crossed the line first, amid the wildest; excitement, winner of the world'g chqmplonship by half a wheel. The total distance covered was 716 miles and 9 laps. Immediately after the race Prince an nounced his desire to m...

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 June 1890

'" r $fce micMia gailtj gajjfc: Siwsitinj SKrarrctasf, Srnie 10, 1.890. Absolutely Pure. Thlspowdcr never varies. A marvel o purltv, f-troncth and wholejomeness. More economical tnau tho ordinary kinds and cannot be sold In com letitlon vrlth tlto multitude of low tet. short weight nhim or phospbato powders. Sold only in cans. Itoyal Bakini; Powder Co., 1 Wall St. N. V. We received this day a shipment of Joshua Turners English Derby Hats, in black (lined and unlincdj and two or three light summer shades, which, should have reached us on April 1st. They were lost in transit and just en me to hand. Our instruction are "to sell them." We will put them on sale beginning: today at $3.25, they are worth $3.00. JOE. the Hatter. 140 North Main Street. "E. & W."(Earl & "Wilson) collars all new and the latest styles at ISc. To the Editor of the liifilt. PlcsL-o ajiuouiK-e me at a candidate for le-clcctlon tothcolHoe otcierkof tlie DNtiiu court of Scdg v Ick county, uubject to tlio art...

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 June 1890

-i " I" .' ' " """ ' X&ns. Historical Society! YOL. Xin, ST0. 20. WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE 11, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1887. BY MASKED MEN. A COT-TON BELT EXPltESS TfiAIU HELD UP. Messenger Xestott Reported Killed and Ten Thousand Dollars Booty Secured. Conflicting Acconnts of the Daring Crime One Authority That but $200 Were Taken. The Latest of a Series of Bold Eobberies in the Vicinity of Texarkana Lynching Promised the Perpetrators if Taken The Cross Murder Case Taken Up at Paris Minor Crimes, Texarkana, Ark., June 10. The west bound Cotton Bolt train, which left here shortly before 12 o'clock, last night, left the track in the spur switch two miles from town. An unknown man who was stealing a ride on the foremost baggage car was instantly crushed to death and passengers and trainmen were badly shaken up. The engineer and firemen had scarcely lnsovcretl from the shock when six-shoot-ers and Winchesters wero rammed in their faces and the' were ordered to lead in a inar...

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 June 1890

3fcc Wxtlafa Sailtj gagk: tSKeffitesttag fgowritHj, lwc IX. 1890. 2 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., June 10. The highest temperature was 90 the lowest C3C, and the mean 76, with warmer, partly cloudy weather, brisk and high south to fresh southwest winds and falling barometer. Last year on June 10, the highest tem perature was 72, the lowest 55, and the mean Gi, with .24. inch of rain. Fr.ED L. Johnson, Observer. Wae Department, Washington, D. C, June 10, 8 p. in. Forecast until S p. m. Wednesday: For Missouri Fair, followed by show ers; slightly warmer, .southerly winds. For Kansas Showers, slightly cooler, variable winds. ffOEMAL DTBTITUTES. A list of the Institutes, Time of Holding, Etc. Assistant Superindent Geo. W. Jones, has compiled a-liht of the county teachers normal institutes, to be held in the state this summer, together with time and place of holdiug the same, the conductors and instructors. The following is the list as published: , , , Allen, Iola, July...

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 June 1890

ggj -?: p mdicfts Jails Hauler nfettaesfcg ptoraimf, gtmc 11, 1890. tf-" FINANCEANDCOMMEI WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock yards for 24 hours, 247 cattle; 2015 hogs. Shipments 104 cattle. The cat tle market was tough as to prices again today. Private advices from Kansas City said they -would sell from lO to 20 cents lower. Buyers were a little slow to take hold except at their own figures. Good many of the cattle changed hands .and at good market values. $4.25 was offered on two cars of 1400 pound shipping steers and refused. The hog market opened 2 1-2 cents below yes terday's close and continued steady throughout the day, but closed a little weak. WICHITA LIVE STOCK HAEKET. Wichita, Kan., June 10. CATTLE. Receipts 217. Ehlprncnts 101. The market was rather unsatisfactory afcain to day and prices some lower. Early private ailvlres from Kanwus City said cattle -would sell 10 to 20c lower today and buyers were a little slow to ta Ke hold except at their own ...

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 June 1890

"'V" --Wv- -j---' " ' ' 4 IfecISlicIxiiaailiigagk.-'mccIttij lloruiwj, ftwe U, 1890. ---S"- VJ w- HT. 31". Mt'RDOCK, Tdltor. CALL FOR REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. COUNTY At a mcctinc of the Republican central committee of SedKwkfc county, Junt. j, MO. the uwlerbJjrned were lntructl to tiulilKH the follow Ins notice Notice is hereby given th.it a JMpublicnn conven t'on of Sedpwlcktountv, hausa ill bo held Ht the District conrt room m the city ot Wichita, on Satur day .tunc 14, 1SK), at 2 o'clock p.m.. for Uie purpose of selecting twenty delegates to attrail tlie Jtepub 'icanconcreisionril conention of the Seventh dis trict, to be held at Bodge City on the 30tU day of The convention vrill consist of 2T8 delegates, dis tributed as follows: Wichita, rir-t -ward .2a Second " " Thiiti - Fourth " rifth " H - Sixth " 1 Attica township Afton " - - 7 Delano - Grant " .'..'...' j Greeley " 'r' f.-rt.iim ...... ... ..... O Garden Plains twp- north 1 " " bOUtll Orand River Illinois Kechi Lincoln lort...

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 June 1890

V - if iFVi'X---K "is-f -f(J ?-R'qyjSa'?g"''gwaariawit kt WxcMiit Jpailij nlt: mctlutstl Xoxmuxq, gunc I V, 1890. - tr IttSp &z-pr i M T 31. 31. Mrnworir. I R. P. MrrmocK, KdJtor. I Business Manager. M. M. MTJSDOOE & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnine to tho business of the prl n Jnc department or bindery, or for advertibins FlioaM be addressed to the bus-lnos manager; ul other communications to the editor. Tho only daily paper in Southwestern Kans or the Arkanvis " alley recelriiiK both the day and night Associate Pre&s Reports in full. TKiut or srnsrnimoN- da'tlytiagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. iJnlir. one copy one vear js no Dally, one copy, six months- i m Dally, one copy, three month" 'i, no Daily, one copy, one month ". Three times a w eek, any days desired, per v'r... 4 01 Three time a w cok, any days deoirod, six mo... 2 50 fcundny Edition, IS paces, one copy, one year 2 U) Sunday Edition, 1C page-., one copy, tix months. 1 23 Wi.thXY KAGL...

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 June 1890

!if" 3to IBSicftito Jpaili gaglc: cfecsday laming, gime 11, 1890. 6 i"-:?-:.; THE PEOPLES TICKET. Continued from P.ise Five. Hon was made to close nominations, when Ike Deam nominated Charles Goodyear and urged not to be m a rusn. The secretary, Llewellen, asked to have sttlinT nnmtnnf.ioTIS DCmiitted. Mr. Snyder, of Kechi, was in favor of Mr. Dixon, saying lie couia oe reiiea upon if nominated. About this time one insisted on having Mr. Deam who nominated Chas. Good year said his candidate was a farmer in Waco township and an honest man. Goodyear decL'jied, and on motion of Gilman Dixon w is nominated by acclama tion. Being called upon he .said it almost knocked the breath out of him to receive a nomination so unanimous. He had been a farmer until 2S yaar- old and had never asked for an omccv in (0 he was a treen hacker and had always been with the in dustrial classes, and would continue in that line. Since nominated he would press every inch of ground for election of him self and ...

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 June 1890

4F 1 ht WxcUiix giuhj'gnQU: fiBBUibtxts&xQ gftomrag, gum 11, 1890. ELAM CHASE'S FIDDLE. "" ' Sometimes -when I get to f eelin' Sorter blue an melancholy, All to once there comes agfcealin', Hlghty faint, but mighty jolly, Music that jist sets mo dancm' Fairly sets my feet a-prancin' ; Seems I hear the prompter sinpin -"Balance partners! Down the middlel" Settin' every couple rwincin' Hear John Elam Chase's fiddle I Twenty couple all a.goin, Eighty eager feet a-soundin', Every whirl the music growin' Sots them eighty feet a-peundin!; j Sho, thot music BttH repeatin' Sets my poor old heart ft- beatin' As I heiy tfaownapter slngln', "Baltee partnersl Down the middle I All them twenty couple swingin'' Jist hear Elam Chase's fiddle! Sometimes Sabbath, right In meetin'. Even when the parson's prayln', Soems I hear them notes repeatin'; Hear John Elam's fiddle playin', Playin Bwifter, playin' sweeter; And the dancers' eager feet are Whirlln' to the prompter's slngin', "Balance partners...

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 June 1890

(z. S. -"' "V- , Vs' 3?ftu lEicMia pa gawjle: WU8,wts&sc WaxnhxQ, fittce 11, 18,90, 8 i-rtfr T'-tA"1 ' ygfmi p tiff Absolutely Puro, ThJspavrcIrrncvorMjrVs. A marrfS of puritv Ftrenfih and -rl)o06iiurue-t. More economical thau th ordinary kinilJ and cannot 1)9 ".)11 in com iwtltion with Uip muUiturtf of low tct. j4.ni wrisht, nlnm or phosphate powders. J-oItl evli in caBi lloyal Ealvinu rowiler Co.. ll Wall fet. X- -". -i, H fc- ?&& sass ju "We received this day a. shipment of Joshua Turners -fciitfiihii iJfry nai, in black lined and liuliiied) a ad two or three lijrht Milliliter shade, which should have reached its ou April 1st. They " ere lobi in transit iiud jut came to hand. Qurin.trnciion are "'to sell them." We will put them 0:1 sale bi'rinniu;r today, at $3.2.1, they are worth $5.00. .lOi:. the Hatter. 140 North .Main Street. "E. & W."(Earl A; Wilson) collars all now and the latent styles at ISc. To the Editor of the Easlf . Plfttie annowK'u 1110 as :i candida...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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