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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 31 August 1890

3$ WLitlxitK gailij gagfe: iufag Sfcrmnig, &itgnsi31, 1890. Kdltor. I Business Manaser. M. M. MTJEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irttpri" jwrtnlnlnc o tho 'bu8ine;s of the pr I lnc department or bindery, or for advertlsln , fihooW be addressed to tho business manaser; a other communications to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both tho day and I nlfht Af oclato Prew Report in full. teiuip or prnsrmrriox n An.r r gle. Jn Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy one year. (V) Bally, one copy, Plrmontlii Dallv, one copy, three months 2 m Dally, one copy, one month Three time a week, any days dwlred, per yr. .. 4 w Three time a week, hny days desired, bIx mo... 2 so Sunday Kdltton, 16 pages, one copy, one year. ... 2 (XI i Eunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, six months. 1 -J WEEKLY EAGLE. One copy, one year $1 fj One copy, plx months " Remittance may bo made at our risk either by draft, express, express money or...

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. — 31 August 1890

--inw"V"ft gqyr-'-' m n- s... at" ' ay.-jfp- - 3ptje irMtagaxIggkgIe:mflaylxmnng, &ngusl 31, 1890 !.. Ir. -I-irnniiii - ' mfimE&BBtoa ikiiu. llfu,vlAl a, M. l x it . E world "" ;,--.- uu h W III MKH W iV V VAU Hfl I' HO HM1C0G JAMES GOEDGjN7 BENMTT HIS LIFE BEFORE FOUNDING THE AND AFTER HERALD. Extraordinary Success JTolloirlnp Many Failures Tlie First Man to Publish a Veritable Newspaper Complete Devo tion to His Calling. Bpocial Correspondence. New Yoek, Aug. 21. James Gordon Bennott liad clearly a geniua for jour nalism. He was the founder of the modern newspaper in America, which in time influenced the newspapers of Europe, notably those of Great Britain. The Herald, which ho established eixty five years ago, had from the beginning, and always lias had, any number of de fects; but its unvarying and redeeming purpose has been to give the news. "We can hardly understand, unless we have examinedold files, how dull and dreary were tho blanket sheets over which our grandfathe...

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. — 31 August 1890

-flT .k Site Pftcltiia: $aift gagl: ifatofag SPnttitto:, ugast 31, 1890. 7 1 v IDEAS EULE THE AVO'ELD. THIS IS EXEMPLIFIED BY CERTAIN JOURNALISTIC SUCCESSES. Joseph Pulitzer, of Tho Ne-nr York "World, and His 81,800,000 Annual Front. Col. Taylor, of Tho Boston Globe. James fir. Scott, of Tho Chicago Herald. Special Correspondenco. "Washdkjton, Aug. 21. Modern jcrar TialiBm in America is bringing to tho front now men and new ideas. Most conspicuous of tho reoent successes is Joseph Pulitzer, of Tho New York World. The story of the riso of that journal in popularity, and of its proprie tor in wealth, is almost like a fairy tale. "Guess how nrach money The World earned as clear profit last year," said one of Mr. Pulitzer's friends to me a few days ago. I hazarded a guess at a half million dollars. "You fall far short," JOSEPH PULITZER. Baid tho gentleman. "Last year The World made a net profit of $1,200,000. The receipts from Tho Sunday World alone are enough to pay the entiro ex pense...

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. — 31 August 1890

Qlxz Wlxthiict JpaxXg fgle: Jmmlay lomhtg, nijtxst 31, 189CL a- i' PHILADELPHIA STORE Jt HERB ARE THE WINNERS 5 N. NEW POST OFFICE CORNER. EXTRAORDINARY MILLINERY SALE I have purchased the entire stock of millinery lately belonging to Mrs. Kenyon, of North Main street, at less than 15 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, And have moved it to our millinery rooms in the rear of our store. We will make price that will insure the sale of the entire stock within one week. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 2, AT 8 O'CLOCK, All of the trimmed hats will be sold at $i and $2 each. There is not a single hat in the lot that Mrs. Kenyon sold under $6 and many of them as high as $15; the tips and trimming on many of them are worth from $6 to $8 each. Real ostrich plumes, Kenyon's price $ 5.00, our price is $1.00. Real ostrich plumes, Kenyon's price 8.00, our price is 2.00. Real ostrich plumes, Kenyon's price 10.00, our price is 2.50. These are the finest goods ever brought to Wichita. Real ostrich tips the very finest qua...

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. — 31 August 1890

I'lix iw .. wmntr $ WLxtxx l&itij gagte: iitig fPrnnttwij, &itgttsi31, X890i 9 WEATSEAELWEWEiE? FASHIONS THAT ARE APPROVED AT HOME AND ABROAD. foQeai Worn at Fashionable "Weddings, Including Description of ree De signed for the Stcnlcy-Tcnnant TCed dlnc Costumes for Uttlo Bridemsids. Dresses designed for weddings always command a certain amount of Interest, and thia intorest becomes general when the persona to bo married are as well known throughout tho land as aro Mr. (Stanley lind his bride. Naturally Miss Dorothy Tennant'a gowns and bonnets were quite a la mode, and offer numerous suggestions to prospective brides. As a mere description conveys but a vague Idea wo have attempted to make matters quite plain to onr fair readers by Illustrations. The t. run and bodice of tho wedding dress depicted wore of whito poult de soie, tho eear.is of which were sewn with pearls. Under si iws, vest and tablier wore in white satin er Voidered in pearls. CWfars of orange blossoms appeare...

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. — 31 August 1890

Jpc tS&kliifa gaily gagtc: JfowcTroj fgfa-uhrg tigxtsi 31, 1890. 10 NEW YOKE'S FIREMEN. ADMIRABLE QUALITIES REQUIRED OF APPLICANTS. Education of the Men Before They Are Appointed Tests of Proficlcuoy What Conttljutes a Fireman Courage Is Very EftsentlalcOIust Bear Smoke. "Firel ThehooaeiscnTe!" "When that cryis-hoard ina blinding panic seizes upon tbo inmates ana", indescribable confusion ensues. Some one -xtins to a. lire box and bends In"Ja-alarm,. which sounds in every onflih6 housoin this city. TheTasoonsoon the part of the firemen and their horw:5is unznediato. There is haste without blundering, there is no in terference of one man with another. Eager ness to bo off and 'restflctlon to work are depicted -oifij each man's face. In ten fcc ends the drivers arc on their seats, lines in hand, waiting the order to go. It is given, and away-theydash, the horses needing no urging, the men clinging with one hand to a rail of tho cart, wrjecgling into their rub ber coats. Not many m...

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. — 31 August 1890

-rr-zr- Ixe fMixMta gailg gaglc: j&mffag ptemrag gutgitsl 3 17 1890. XI i s. It UJXUEE SAUTS BUICDINQS TWO HUN DRED AND FORTY COMPLET ED AND SEVENTY-FIVE BUILDING. Some of Then Aym Are&atootoral Hoc. atro&ltiesj Some &x fTavki of Art To tal Oot, Including Grond, Estimated at a Hcndrod and Kino Millions. Special Oorraapoodenoa. WABHCWTO, Aug. 18. Undo Sam is a Ttal f0 ownet n a pretty largo soak. In additiaa to his property In this city, val ued at lmndreds cf millions of doling, be hwa Keat number of flno buildings in the more Important cities and towns through- 1. Troy, IT. Y. S. San AntoaJo, Tex. out the oountry. If all tbe congressmen vrbo wont appropriations for public build ings could have their wishes gratified, in a few years, every town and village would be provitSed fon. When Undo Sam pats up a building for the use of bis postal employes, judgos or tax collectors he usually put up tbe beet building la town. In most cases structures of much smaller cost would...

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. — 31 August 1890

X2 Jpe tWixcMict gzilxj gatfe:" imfej Wlmm atgitst 3i; 1890 ,IF SHE HEED THE EEINS! GENTLE WOMAN USUALLY MORE UN MERCIFUL THAN MAN. A. Tally-Uo Driven by "Women TTbo Should Be Co31cotor of Custom.of the Port or Vovr TorkS A Female Ambas sador Tlio Brido''Bowldcr. Copyrisht.by American Press-Association. It -was in Washington, and I was in one of the Eomi-privato rooms of the jOapitol allotted to chairmen of commit tees and such liko dignitaries. I was f hore to try to cfotain somothing'which I wished, and to prevent something I did not wish, and to gently guide the mind of a very positive person intoa-courso ho liad no intenfion of pursuing; in fact I was lobbying, and with, what result I need not hore mention, although it is marvelous sometimes to see what for midable nets can be gnawed .asunder by tie teeth of very little mice, and also how ungrateful the lion generallyis as soon as he is free. On this particular occasion thointer viow was cat tiort by a messenger eent to hasten m...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 September 1890

"KCfcja? -'WlttMaiC?i jnf"""" JljWirM Kns. Historical Society tt YOL. XIII, NO. 91. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 1890. WHOLE NO. 196a ! W"SJ TTS I mtmttm. ennnnnn ii a nMnllnnnll i " " .'ennW ( A A . r .1 ! en . P' w ' -ni t inn -an)nnnnBB-B-B-B-B-BMnnnnnnnnnnnnnn)annnjnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnjBB v " iH Hi agiMliiP1 a ii i ) r:ai ' J MB'S ALLY. FEXATOR PADDOCK PLEADS FOR LOWER DUTIES. jN'o Effect Made on the Senate, Which Adopts the Commit tee's Recommendations Buncombe Blair Attempts to Secure Bec- ognition of Labor Day by Taking an Adjournment. The Iowa and Sac and Pox Treaties Rati fied by the House Representative Smyser, of the Raum Committee,, Resigns Because Pound to Own Stook in the Refrigerator Company Items. WAsniKGToy, Sept. 1. The senate met lit 10 a. m. but it was hnlf an hour after ward before business could be proceeded with, owing to the absence of a quorum. Jn tho meantime Mr. Blair asked whether a motion to adjourn would be in order. Thib was "labor day...

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. — 2 September 1890

gkt ffltetifik W islE&sttSPtJffmltta. M&fihx&tt 189D. 2 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., Sept 1 Tho highest temperature was 94, the the lowest was 70, and the mean 82 , with warmer, generally cloudless weather, fresh south winds and a slight fall in pressure. Last year on Sept. 1, the highest tem perature was 63, the lowest 6i, and the mean 75 ; and two years ago the corre pponding temperatures were 78, 57, nndCS. Fr.ED L. JonNSOX. Observer. VTau Department, "Washington, D. C, Bcpt. 1, 8 p. m. Forecast until S p. m., Tuesday: For Kansis Light local showers, cooler, northerly winds. For Missouri Fair followed by local showers in Missouri, stationary tempera ture, boutheasterly winds. MOEE ELECTION GRIMES. Judges Intimidated and a Candidate Shot Dead. Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 1 Excitement "was caused this morning when the hour for tho opening of the polls arrived. The two colored judges appointed by County Judge Hill to serve in the third ward, were fjectod ...

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. — 2 September 1890

It- . 'ghc tSMiia giaili glials: giiescTa IPsmiwr, tpitmbm 2, 1890. V maSSgomerce WICHITA MABEETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours-390 Cattle, 335 Hogs Shipments 342 Cattle. , The cattle supply was quite liberal hut the hulk of the stuff was billed through and only stopped here for feed. There were a few head of butcher cows and heif ers and some stock steers. A large per cent of the cattle which were billed to this market arrived lato and will be on salo to morrow. There was little life in the mar ket on account of the light supply on sale. There is an increased inquiring for stockers and feeders, and orders are being placed hero daily with commission men for from M.to 100 head. There is a fair demand for butchers' cattle. Chicago and Kansas City markets un changed. The supply of hogs was the lightest for months. The supply was so small that there was but little activity on the mnrket. Prices ruled firm and 2X to 5 cents higher than Saturday...

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. — 2 September 1890

"r .-! " &&- - g&c KcHia"SiuIij gagE: f mistlaPxanrnFc); epiemb 2. 1890. t R'Hi V HIiJWPupi H M. KCKDOCK, rdltnr. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Conokess. JAMES R. HALLOWELL, of Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. PM District Oeorge I. DongUs. fcld Distrlctr-E. W. Phillips. Win District-J. E. Henley. County Officers. TrobatcTndce "V7. T. BucLncr. County Attorney-VV. s 3Iorrlg Clerk District Gmirt-Chas. II. Lnllns. Superintendent Public Instructlon-D S. Pence. fCommlusloner First DUtrlct-H. C. Smltli. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A delicate convention of the Republican ofKan s will be hold In the city of Towka. on W edne--ay the M da "of September. lEsti. at the hour of I I S diSK, for the nnmlnailon of candidates for i Chief Justice of the bupreme courts Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Secretarv of state. Auditor of state Treaxurcr of plate. Attorney eeneral Superintendent of public Instruction Deleet" to the convention mentioned aboyr ; shall 1 elected by eount ooinenUon...

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. — 2 September 1890

- '- mXJL I ;" . -rrnw-- J41W', ? '- ,it J-j. TvawW"lTI"' -r-- , .- -.. .-1 - . j, ,, . ,. . . - . - ttW m-''.'''''ltJw,J"fipiwii'jw iilv'iii.'vitwpTj4.,a;'y.'' vv"v-WtM'Vir''AjP-' tt-1 -uauyw P taKMriJa gIg gsgle; Iitesfay IStaiug, qrfmux 2, 1890. M.M. JIirnnorK. TMItrtTV K- P. M rnnortc. jluMncss ilanacr. M. M. MUED00K & BEO. rublishers and Proprietors. Al' 1rttrrtr'rti',nlrptothe bnijni of the pru Injr dfjwrtiMnt or Mnilrry, or lor advrrtlbl f-honld bt- rddrrw-rd to the lm!neh manager; other comtnunicuxions to the editor. Tho onlr dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas valley recclvlnc both the day and Jiijrbt Associate I'ross Reports In full. T1.KMSOF PCTlMTHrTIOK nAIIrTAOL". n Advwioe Postage Prepaid. Pallr, one copy one ypjr .. JR 03 Dally, one copy, six month. , . . . 4 m Dally, one copy, three raonths. 2 fin Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three tlmos a vreeV, iiny day delred, per y'r .. 4 00 Three times a week, nny dnys desired, rfx mo... 2 SO hunday Edition, ...

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. — 2 September 1890

3?ft WRithttx gaily gagle: xtjesclay ptnnng eprimTrjer 2,1 8 90, " ,ii A wma Wiflhita Whrtkalfl A larnifarlnrintf Hamas jig fish we jeakds. AN ENCOUNTER OFF HATT'EHAS WITH MARINE MONSTERS. Cnpt. Gliocn.T.tlU a TUrUUnff Tarn About: an Advontaro Alanj: the Coast Fish That Ttefnsod. to OJe Takon0y Moans of Boathoola Ono 1 naMy Caught. Capt. Gheec. othecbooritr Abby Gheen, eawstracgcttiitiiigs off Cape Hatteras on his voyageofthis port. Heroes not claim to havoseon.tho sea serpent, bufriie did see a number of "monsters of theidecp'that put nliweUmditcdsea btoriwhi tho shade. Thcapaii is a man whose veracity is not doubted. Tho captain brought hia vessel from Rio co Janeiro, and it was Tvben twenty mila-ofT'Capc Hattorasrtfeat he ran into a school of sea monsters such as ho had never bafcre hoen. The monsSKivpvero skirted by oneof the crew. They win nearly a hundred yards ahead of the- Vessel and were apparently rushing toward her. "When first seen by the bailors thcjV&ought tho ship...

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. — 2 September 1890

Ixe Wiidxxtcc aily gagfe: JgitcstTag gatntftttj, JTcrffetirKer 2, 1 $90 SEEN IN A PICTURE. little ftfrlnpon the street, Laughing eyes and tripping feet, WlUyroar hands all running over, Daiay oloorag.aad flower of clover, You to aoea plctaro bring Of 41Clteaaa3rvprlng: Wavhweoiaaavailaueset aides Else-Uto dreams off paradise. XJttlo girl, trhea coraiar days Hold for yo thalr memoriee; tYioa la Wxaaaiood'a lair land You than, happy, one day stand, Eeepyoor childish fattas as sweet As loo blwworns at your fcot; Though your hands no" more run over With the daisies and the clover. Some day, little maiden fair, "With the wind tossed, sunny hair. Shall 2ou flush at love's sweet praises, That are sweeter than the daisies; Woman's hopes and woman's love, Sweetness sent by heaven above. With these shall your hands run over, Dropping dalgy blooms and clover. Boston Badge!. A SAILOE IN AEEICA. The British bark Margaret, on which I was carpenter and sailmakcr, had put into he port of Quiloa, on...

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. — 2 September 1890

w yimn" --ir - 8 gfe tS&icMia Jpailij gagte gtwsffag lJotmiKf, Jepiettrfree 2, 1890. POWOEi Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar linking powder. Highest of all in loavoninjr strength. U. S. Government Report, An k !" I88 J "YOTJMAIvS" FALL DERBY HATS Just Received. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita "E. & W." Collars IS cts., others ask 25 cts. 1CBAL. KSTATE. (Furnished by the Deum Abstract Co.) The following transform of real estate were filed for record in the office of the recistor of deeds. JIOBalchto Eliza A Bnlch w lif andchfwlif s hf 4 Glaze's add and 21 ft ofT west end s qr lot 4 and allehfsqr not conveyed to SG Burnett and 20 ft ofT wiht end woat Jif n liaj s hf lot 4 and 20 ft oil west end of same also all my right, title .Hid interest in lot 4 Glazes add and M Wichitw at city and 157 3 ."50 lfil Hiddell ave Logan add and 11 1 17 15 blk 2 Gem City add aud :JS 85 :i 3ft Norris sub division wd 1 JIOHrIcIi to Eliza A Balch 0G OS Fourth ave English add and s hf lot 0 G...

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. — 3 September 1890

r- Kans. Historlcul Soctetr ljpWirhiI YOL. XIII, NO. 92. WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDMSDAY MOEISTNG, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1969. s-. a-r I D Mk DOM TO SUGAR. THE DAY IN THE SENATE SPENT IN DEBATE. Mr. Allison Shows How Unnecessary to the Government are the Sugar Duties. A Statement of the Eeceipts and Expendi turesNearly Fifty Millions Surplus This Year, Several Amendments Offered Together with Mr. Hale's Reciprocity Scheme Mr. Gannon Shows the Government's Good Financial Condition, While Mr. Sayers Figures Out a Deficit Iternsj WASHINGTON, Sent. 2. Mr. Evarts pre sented the resolutions of the Buffalo mor chants' exchange favoring reciprocity, not only with the nations to the south of the "United States, but also with that on the north. The house bill in relation tp lotteries was reported from the postoflice committee and placed on the calendar with a notification by Mr. Sawyer that he would ask fpr its consideration as soon as the tariff bill is passed. Mr. Quay gave notice that he ...

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. — 3 September 1890

.ypmaaBpl fo MicKxia Jpaitij gagte: eauxstTaij pConiitrg. j&pfemo-ei: 3, 1890. 2 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., Sept. 2 The highest temperature was 92, the .'the lowest waa 63, and the mean 60, with cloudless weather, fresh and brisk south winds and nearly stationary pressure. JLast year on Sept. 2, the highest tem perature was 88 , the lowest 70, and the mean 79 ; and two years ago the corre fcpoading temperatures were 78, 53, and 03. Fred L. Jonxsox. Observer. 1 Wak Depaktmext, Washington. D. C, 'Sept. 2, 18 p. m. Forecast until S p. m., I Wednesday! For Missouri Local showers, cooler, t variable winds. For Nebraska and Kansas-Local show- 1 ors, preceeded by fair weather in Kansas, cooler variable winds becoming northerly. EANSA3 MORTGAGES. (Tig-ires Trom Forty-Three Counties Con cerning Farm Liens. TOPEKA, Kan., Sept. 2. In answer to in quiries addressed to the county clerks as I to the number of farm mortgages fore closed during the first six months of the t...

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. — 3 September 1890

- V '& MicMta Hailij garjle: jetlttestlag Pffmitttj, .cpiemW 3, 1890. h HH1HB WICHITA MAEEETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours-85 Cattle, 1,435 Hogs Shipments 115 Cattle and 210 Hogs. The supply was quite liberal and was composed largely of fair to good butchers' fctock. feeders and stackers. There was more life in the cattle alleys than for some time. The buyers for the home market ns well as for the shipping trade were all on the market and wnnted cattle. This jnade the competition lively and the cattle nil sold at good prices for the quality. The jnarket was active throughout and closed strong. More good cattle would have found ready sale. There is a good demand for good butcher cattle at all times. There is also an extra demand for native stock fcteersat present. Chicago quoted cattle higher and Kansas City closed active and Btrong. There was a very fair run of hogs today. The market opened strong and fully 2c to 5c higher than yester...

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. — 3 September 1890

4 l&c Widatk aitij gagter tSfteffttesfog gtortriug, eptciutrt 3. I8S0. M M. MCnDOCK. Editor. EEPUBLICAN TICKET. For Congress. JAMES K. HALLOwELL, of Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. ' BM District Oeorc L. Donglas. ! Kid rMstrlct E. W. Phillips. I 8Hb District-.. E. Henley. County Officers. rrobate.Tudce w. T. Buckner. County Attorney V,'. K. Morris Clerk district Court-Chas. H. I.ullnf. Superintendent Public Intructlon-l). S. Tence. Commlwloner First DUtrlctr-H. C. Smith. EEPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republlcanof Kn- Chief justice of tuo bUpreme court Oovernor. Lieutenant coventor. Secretary ol Htate. Auditor of SUte. Treasurer of state. Attorney Ecneral. Superintendent of public Instruction. Delegates to the convention mentioned above shall be elected by county conventions, duly called by the several county Republican committees, under such rule and regulations as may be by them prescribed. The baols of apportionment of delecate to MJd sU...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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