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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 July 1890

fte MicMta gailtj gagtc: gucsttai fHoruhig. Shtlij 22. 1890. ;r" : W '7 y 3L M. 3ICEDOCK. Editor. Business llanaser. M. M. MHRD00S & EEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All tetters pertalnuur to the busJnesg or the prl n lasr department or bindery, or for advertising t-noald be addressed to the boslneas manaserv al otter communications to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both, the day and tight Associate Press Reports in full. TEHils OF PC-BSOUPTIOV D AILT EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Tjallv. one copy one year $gon naily. one copy. lx months- 4 00 Iaily. one copy, three months. 2 0) JHUy, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, pery'r... 4 0) Three times a -weet, any days desired, six mo. 2 50 rnnday EdiUon, K pajjes. one copy. one year. ..2 60 fcanoay Edition, IS pases, one copy, sir iontiw. 1 25 WEEKLY" XAGLE. nne copy, one year - $1 CO One copy, six months ' 50 Remittance may be made at our rteSi ...

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. — 22 July 1890

'glxe WLicMU Ipaittj fpngje: ncstlatj f&crraitts, fnlw 22. 1890. I Iri TASHiaNSIN FOOTWEAE. LORENCE FINCH KELLY ON THE ', ABSORBING SHOE QUESTION. 'Shall the leather Covorinc; of Woman' IiOvrcr Extremities Be "Low and Sen sible or High and Frcnchy? A Most Important Question Discussed. Special Correspondence.! New York, July 10. Which is it to be which is it high heels or common sense heels, corsets or health waists, newfangled or-old fangled arrangements of underwear? There are people who declare that low heels and broad soles have gained no -wearing worth speaMng of r that French heels are as much the favorites now as they ever were; that corsets and other orthodox underwear etill command the faith and the affec tions of all the feminine sex save a few cranky exceptions who are not worth mentioning when the subject of apparel is under consideration. wnicn SHALL IT EC? 1. High and Frencby. 2. Medium and popular. 2. Low and sturdy. And there are others who declare with just as mu...

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. — 22 July 1890

, &Ja& v3)fji-f 4"S3fc1"SS3sjSwE5iBS5 Site fflSicftEte ailij gagte: gttcsttag fwnxfug fulg, 22, 1 89 Q. u 1 y i Lv V. A HOTDATINTHEHOUSE THE SPEECHES THAT MAKE VOTES FOR THE TALKER. The Congressman of Today Is a Special 1st and IW'AU -Bound" Statesman Is BylneOnV-Th Congressional Record and IU Poor Hundred Writers. Special Correspondeaca. j WashDtGTON, Jnly 10. It 13 a hot, anil aayln the capital of the United Stafeai and I see no ason why I should go-hoBtEng afcontfor somerfiang iater estingto write-of -when a paaorama of human nature is spread out before me. I sit inths press gallery of the house, fifteen feet above a great floor which ia fnll of desks, chairs and men. There ar&aeran rows of deaks, each describing a half circle. In all there are 835 seats, but not more than one-third of thezn are oocopjed. A man is making a speech on tha proposed federal election law. He is a-paztisanof tha raoat bitter type and is making a savage party speech. He denounces the people ...

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. — 22 July 1890

JPV"lKg"'iPv& J"" r-itf. y&siv .-fcrw-' 5JV?WPS xt mirttxix gnxixj gatgte: .ltesd'atj p;ormug, fttlxj 22, 1890. Absolutely Pure0 A cream of tartar Tiathiff powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. V. S. GovernmentKeport, Aug. 17, 18S9 i. LimiMhnjiji.im-imM lm-i I'm inMBMmJu ALfTHElATEST STYLES TRADE 149 N. 31AISST., WICHITJ.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Each. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. To the Editor of tho EaIe. Pleaio announce me as a canldilatp for re-election to the office of Clerk of the District court of Seils--.vicL 3tinty. subject to the action of the Koimbllcuu county cou cation. Respectfully, C. H. LrLINOr Wichita, Knru. June 0. 18M. 119 tf w tf "VV. S. Morrift-ib a cftnlidut for re-election to tho office of county attorney, subject to tho decision of tho lleputiUCftri county contention. Leggctt Brothers Deep Water i:xctirsIon to Gal veston, Texj?. On July 29 Leggett Brothers of Kansas city will conduct a grand excursion to Gal veston, Texas. Thi...

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. — 23 July 1890

SJuAfG ailtj Uagk Kans. Historical Society! "VOL. XIIL 1ST0. 56. WICHITA, KANSAS, "WEDNESDAY MOENESTG JULY 23, 1890. TTHOLE NO. 1933. :i L ! THE MANUFACTURING INTERESTS. Secretary Blaine Speaks in Behalf of the Nation's Industries. From the New York Financier Mr Bliine lias announced his intention to open a market on the Ameiican hemis phere, for tnc manufacturers of the "United States under such circumstances as will yield a commerce of considerable magni tude The prominently distmctiv e feature of Mr Blame's program of faonng re ciprocity -with countries that produce so little of what we hav e for sale, is probablj a matter that he would not care to put over his own signature but it is there just the same, and it is an affair of large conse quence, The question of Mr Blame's attitude is Fiiictly non partisan, but it must be con ceded our secretary of state has put forth a large bid for the support of both parties, this, however, aside, the question under discussion, directly appli...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 July 1890

et;-f,!,''''nJ nni--'V3!3r v.i,vs5' Ix WtTxita gixilxj uqU: cititcscTaij pCoKitxtrg gttlw. 23, 1890. BY RAW WATERS. A COLORADO CANYON- TOKRENT SWEPT. The Towns Along Clear Creek Iso lated by a Terriflic Cloud - Burst, Complete Destruction of All Structures in the Narrow Valley Ho Loss of Life Eeported. List of the Injured in the Wreck at Limon, Col., Yesterday Morning A Trainman's Neglect Causes a Wreck at Willard, Ean. Other Casualties. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal OrricE, "Wichita, Ivan., July 22. The highest temperature was 8S.00, the lowest up to 7 p. in. 72.2, aud the mean 80.1. The -winds was veering from southeast to south, light, the relative hu midity being SG with, a low barometer. The cloud movement was generally from the north, the clouds being lower than at any time during the last week. Last year on July 23. tho highest tem perature was 93.2, the lowest 75.0. The corresponding temperatures for the pro ceeding year were 04 and GO .Fred L. Johnson. Observer. War Department, ...

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. — 23 July 1890

v ""tVrS.r --- jr."av!'7' g; nr""'r!T.' ipapigpB&ippB'- ' 1& imicMia pailg .gagle: mettmscTagorttmg, gtilti 23, 1390. t . RNANCEANBCOHUEtCE WICHITA MAEKEI3. Beceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours390 cattle, 150 calves, 3.563 hogs. Ship ments, 55 cattle. A large portion of the cattle were from the Panhandle and -were billed through and -were laid over here for feed and rest. Only a few natives on sale and consisted of butch ers cows and heifers in fair grades. The market was fairly active and near ly everything sold that was offered. The close was steady. The hog re ceipts were the largest by over 300 of any day in the history of the yards. Ev ery train from every direction brought in hogs. The market opened steady at $3.37 1-2 to $3.40 and all the packers grades which changed hands went over the scales at those prices. The local packers were not very heavy buyers today. The Armour Packing company was the heaviest buyer. Heavy hogs sold about...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 July 1890

-.; ' - glxc ISticMta JMhj gaejle: fSaecTittstferg Ptomimj, givlx 23, 1890. M. r. MCKDOCK, Edttor. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CON VENTION. Dodge Crrr, Kan., Juno 4, 1300. A delepnto convention of Use Republicans of tho Seventh Concreslonal district of the state of Kan sas, Is hereby called to be held atTJodeo City, Kao.. on Wednesday, July SO, 1690, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose or noniinatinff a cacdidato for congress from eaid district. The basis of representation to said convention will be one delegate at large from each county In said district; and one delegate for everv POO votes, or fraction of 1.7) or moro vitcs cast for lion. S. K. Peters in 1SSS. under which rulo dele gates arc apportioned as follows: ro. Barber Barton Clark Comanche .. Edwards.. . Finney Ford Grant Gray GarfleW finplAr Del. Co. Dei ... 4 Lane JlcPherson. Jleade Morton Xes Pawnee Pratt Iteno Hlce Huli Scott Sedgwick... Seward Stafford Stevens Sumner Stanton Wichita Hamilton 2 Harper jiarey Ilodueman......

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 July 1890

Jg&e WLxdxiU -Oaxtij gaglc: mecfoestfeg ptcrnmtg. f ttlij 23. 1890. 5 .y 31. 51. MmtnocK, I R. P. Mtrnnocir, IMltor. I Business Manaser. M. M. MUED00K & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlnc to tho business of the prl n lnc department or bindery, or for advertising tlioald be addressed to the bupiness manager; al other communications to tho editor. Tho only dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and night Associate Press Reports In full. teiuis or SUnSCHIPTION" DAILT EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy ono vear $8 00 Daily, ono copy, sir months.... 4 (t) Dally, one copy, three months 2 00 Daily, one copy, one month "a Three time3 a week, any days desired, per v'r... 4 00 Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 50 Sunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, one year.... 2 00 Sunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, sir months. 1 25 WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopy,one year $1 00 One copy, sir months 50 Remittance ma...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 July 1890

-.-. ivfc r-fc .' 6 Jgte tfflttcftiia Jpailij gagjle: WLttlmstlK moxninQ, gitlij 23. 189U. When the can shines tben'I sea Shadows underneath thoitreo Gliding merrily nrcacd, Jf ever laakiny any saand, 1 Playing at their games, no .doubt Gomes I do net know about. All day Iqsc together so Lightly o'er tho ground tbsy,go; Meet and Gopara.cs and meat, Scamper 3own the shadow street; For an Instant hero, &ad then Just as quickly gone-aain. When with clouds the akiesara gray In their house tho fchcdotr5:Cny, "With their picture bootes acd-toys, like a31 other girls and boys? But as soon aa, shines the sun . Out of doors they gladly run. " . 4 ' Bo for hours they play upta inks the sun. behind tho bill; "ThQn, like me, they go to hod-' In thetres houss-ovKrhcad, And the Triads thcircradles .swing To tho hollabies-thcy fiing. 1 rank Dempster Skenaaa io Harper's rToung People. SIBIL "" Sybil stood still behind the lanreliftrasb.es an the garden of the old homestead, which eke had inheri...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 July 1890

lite Wlitlxxiz, J3iily iXt: tBtcfftrcstTag gforuhig Sitlg, 23, 1890. y tf WHY THE -COWS COME LATE. " Crtrasoosaassfc baratng Golden ate Qs meadows, Buh"riaTted:iia tills; Quiet la. dssirm house, Horns thaia-mo.. hte3, Eat hid WlTe ia witching, Shadta- anxious eyta, hOs she lagers with hsr pall beside the barn yard gate, Wondering why her Jenay and the cows cons Jenny, brown sycd maiden. Wandered down tie Ions; That wnsTsVa- tha daylight ' Ead begun to wane. Deeper srowthfcshedows, Crclisg swallows cheep, Katydids ace calling; cw ., 2II?S oer m3 creep. fata tha aotb.ar chadea her eyea beside the bara- ysTdgcta, Ana Tronders where her Jenny and the cows can be so lira. I-OTlns sounds are falling; Homawsrd saw &C last. Speckle, Bess sad Brmdla Taronjjh tils gsts-haw passed. Jenny, swecij- "ahs-oas, J&iuia giave aad styr. Tafces the paifa from mother, Wfco 3i3 aAest by. Net one weed ia spoieo. as that ti? shnts the B now she Iteo-vs why Jeatry and tha cows came honta 39 late. Om...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 July 1890

,-s-f -v'-v'r-pwi.imim-i'm!' "-1 8 BtetcMta gailgl&gle: tSEexIttesctay garmtxg, gulg 23, 1890 Absolutely Pur.. A cream of tartar "baking po-wdcr. TliffLcst of all in leavening strength. IT. S. GoverninentKcport, Aug. 17, 18S9 HE LATEST" STYLES 149 -Y. MJl r V A T., lTXCUIT.. ALL OTHZR DEALEHS ARE compelled) Demand 25 Hash. 7'S J COMBINATION I'M OUT. To the Editor or the Lacle. Vi(np announce me as a cn.nf('date for re-election tott'eoOko of Clerk of tho District court of Seis- 'ck tount.Mibjfictto the notion of tho Itopublicau county c.ouciition, Iles-peilfully, C. H. LnJXC, "Wichita. Kan.. .Tune 0. 1&9. U9 tf w tf W. S. 3Iorrv5 Js a candidate for re-election to tho office of count attornej. subject to tho decision of the HepublicHn county convention. KKAIj kstatjc. (Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.-) The follouiug transfers of real estate were filed for record in the office of the register of deeds. Emerson Y Foote to John M Cress 8 blk 4 Mcrriman park 1 liobert Duncan to...

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. — 24 July 1890

YOL. XIII. NO. 57. WICHITA, KANSAS, THUESDAY MORNING JULY 24, 1890. WHOLE STa 1924 J V LAID TO CANADA. ENGLAND'S EXCUSE FOR A CHANGE OF POLICY. A ProTince Must Speak Before the iteiore the Behiing Sea Nego tiations Will Continue. British Pretense to Sealing Privileges Pounded on the Eight to Traffic on the High Seas. The Voluminous Correspondence Between the Two Nations Laid Before Congress The Plea for Suspending Nego tiations Held to be Puerile by the President Ex cerpts From the Letters. TTashingtov, July 23 The president today sent to the house in answer to the ttS- ;lon "rtroductd by Representativ e .iihx the official correspondence betvv een the government of the United States and the government of Britain touching the fee d fisheries of the Bthnng sea TH FIIJST PROTEST The correspondence includes thirty eight sepaiate pipers beginning with a. letter tiomIr Edwards, first secretirj of leg i tion and charge d'affairs after Minister Wests recall In his firt letter dited August 2...

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. — 24 July 1890

5?Ixc IStxcIxxta Ipaity &Xz Ixixrsdaxj WLoxnhxg xtly. 24, 1890. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., July D3. The highest temperature was 04.7. the lowest up to 7 p. to. 69.5, and the mean 8L1. The winds was from the northeast in the morning, increasing to ward noon. There were few clouds with a movement from the north. The pressure in the northwestandnorth easfc was generally lower with some rain. Last year on July 23, the highest tem perature was 8S, the lowest (S 4.. The corresponding temperatures for the pro ceeding year were 93.5 and C9 Fred L. Joiixsox, Observer. "War Department, Washington, D. C, July 23, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday: Missouri and Arkansas Fair, northly Winds, slightly cooler.. Kansas and Colorado Fair weather.pre cened in southern Kansas by &howers, northly winds, cooler in Kansas, station ary temperature in Colorado. A TRAFFIC DIVISION NECESSARY. CHICAGO, 111., July 23. The committee of railway officials .appointed to devise ho...

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. — 24 July 1890

f"l Sfo WSStcWax .$safa$ gangfe: MttstTaij IPimmig, f it 24? 1890. J u ! I'M ! ip VQOHITA HAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock yards during: the past 24 hours 21 cattle, 2,411 hogs. Shipments 316 cattle, 150 calves, and 1,371 hogs. The supply of cattle -was exceedingly small, and notenouehto supply the de mand. The buyers are all on the mar ket again and much more activity is manifest. There is an active demand for good fat butchers steers, cows and heifers. Very little demand for stock ers and feeders or yearlings. Thin heifer stock very hard to sell and prices very low. Poor and half fat stuff not wanted at any price. There was a good supply of hogs again today. More sorting is being: done, pigs and lights, also heavies, being taken out. Lights selling at $3 to $3.25, bulk of heavies at $3.35 to $3.40. The early market was weak at $3.35 for packers grades, as reports from eastern markets noted a decline. Later reports, however, re corded an advance and prices here re...

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. — 24 July 1890

4 U WXicUin ixilxj iQh: JglnrcsiTmj iPcrmwg, gull 24, 1890. U. "r. MUHDOCK. TMItnr. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CON VENTION. Dodge City, Kan., June 4, 1SX). A delepato convention of Use Republicans of the rVvputh Congressional district ol the fctfite of Kan ms, Is hereby called to bo held at Dodge City. Kao., on Wednesday. July 30. ISM, at 10 o'clock a. ra., for the purpose of nominating a mrdldate for congress from wild district. The basis of representation to paid convention will b one. delicate at larg from -n.(-h -nimtv in oniil district, and one delegate for verv 30 votes, or fraction of 150 or more vltes cast for lion. S. It. Peters in 185S, under which rule dele- R.itesarc apportioned as follow For the Eagle. TWJ1,IIIT. Co. DEL. Co. DEL. Barber 4 law Barton McPherton o Clark led , J Comanche 3 Morton - Kdwnrds Xes Finney 3 Pawnee Ford 4 Pratt $ (rant 2 lleao Oray 2 Ktoe 'iarflekl 2 Hush On-eley 21 Scott..... - Hamilton 2 Sedirw Harper 6 Reward. - Jlarvev 8! StAfford Hodaehian 3 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 July 1890

The MticMta Ihtilij gitojc: Ixurstlay Sftomwg, Shtlw. 24. 1890. 5 hs y 3' 31 Mrunnrr 1 nt 1 P MritnorK, HuMness Manager M. M. MUBDOGK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. ATI MtTportxinlne to the business of the pn n lr rlopnrttnpnt or biiwlerv or for advert wins t r II b ai!"re-"i to the Imsinesb manager; al . r i mum mentions u 'lie editor Tht onlv lily paper in -rmthw atern Kana or t' r rkns. "Valle rece'vln? ltrxh the day and iii.Ut late l'res- Keports in full h-hm-of-i BrnuTioN imily fgie. In Advance I'otage Prepaid Pa 1v one oop on ear J S OI 1 ioop h month' .... ltt) J n 1 ow cop) threo month-. ... - O) Pi I oncopj one month ., i Tvrre t me- weeV an dav- ileolred, per yV . 1 90 "Hire time a week xn davt desired Ms mo... 2 nla Edition, 16 jtace. niwcop) one year . 2 0) fcundaj tdition 16 page-, onecopj. ix months. 12a VVlKkLl EAGLK. Opecopv one Year ... . ... . ?1 DO Or c "pv -lx months 65 Pen- ttance mar le mde at otir risk either hy "ra't express expre---Ttionev order poto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 July 1890

6 'ghz WiickxiK gaily gagle: llxursdau. ft-rang, gttltj 24, 1890. r' i TO THE CRICKET. Didst then not teas and fret mo to and fro, Swet spirit of this Brimmer circled Held, "With that quiet voico of thine, that -would not yield Its meaning, though I mused and sought it so? Bat now I am content to let it go, To lie at length and watch the swallows pass, As blithe and restful as the quiet grass, Content only to listen, and to know That years shall turn and summers yet shaV shine. And I shall Ho beneath these swaying tires, StiU .listening thus; haply at 1 vt to seize And render in some happier verse divine That friendly, homely, haunting speech of thine, That perfect utterance of content and ease. A. Lampman in Scribner's. -otv York's Potter's Field. The Potter's field was different from what I expected. It bad nothing revolting about it, but was peaceful and even a pretty place, with plenty of grass and trees and birds around it. The process of burial is to dig a grave fifty feet Ion...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 July 1890

xt tcHixMta 33aily gagtc: Pcursttai pLoniitcg gtt 24, 1890. w y jf Vj r K BiTieiiis A Writer Discovers Fev Sen sational Costumes. SEASIDE GIIiLS WEAR CLOTHES, iTotwithstattOln the General Impression That They Don't, They Generally Garb Themslvej in Voluminous Robes That Effectually Hide Their Charm. Caprrk;ht by imcnotn Press Assok&Uoe. For many years it has been a custom to write ahout tfee generous displays of fe male ions, at the s-eade resorts. Being an embryo writer I anaed mvseif vnth a THE BEAL PrCTtTHE. &aap cara, a field glass nd a micro seope, hoping to reap many dollars by vis iti the bathins: places rbrI writing of the shocking things I aw. Some plee open eirlier than others, and the first "one to open te Coney Island, old Coney, so dear to the great unwashed of New York for so many generations. There are many women who go don to the sea there, and on Sunday afternoons when there is a vig orous sorf rolling up on the hard beach thousands of interested spectators ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 July 1890

xc WlitMU gaHg gagle: hxx$faotmug, Snlg 24, 1890. ALL IKE LATEST STYLES ?, TRADE rr 1 y 149 jv. 7J.AJ-V st.. irrcxr JT-t. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Eaeh. 7"S f COMBINATION I'M OUT. To the Keillor of the Ea?lo. T lease announce mo ai h canidilate for re-election l - Hie office of Clerk of the Ui-trict court of edK v. ck county. Mihjitt to the action of the Kepublicaa c oi.nty con eiition. Hi.iectf ully. C. H. Ll-LTXC VI i-hita. Kan., .Tunc P. MW. cil9 tf w tf V? S Morns is a cauciidte for re-election to the c1 eofconnty attorney, subject to the decision of t KepubMcan county convention. I a mi a nandidate for the ortiee of County Attorney r ' '-rwick coantv. subject to the action of the Ke j.i'j. tan county convention. I. P. CaMI'HELU d 57-tf The Carlton school 1ms boon papered by ti well known decorator, Jo-eph Parrott. Ir now presents a very bright, clean and c sj appearance. 57-lt Handsomely ecorted Traill. "By romiug down to the Santa Fc depot rs :5 ) p. in., Satu...

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