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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 September 1890

mmmmimmmmmmmmm kaiw. Hittorlcl SftcMroft liiWiM aiJt) Kaglt YOL. XIII, NO -109. WICHITA KANSAS, TUESDAY MokNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1986. I BY MORAL SUASION. THE KEPUBLICAKS WILL TRY FOR A QUORUM. The Langston-Venable Case to he Carried to the End If Possible. Decision of the Republican House Caucus Called Immediately After Another Fruitless Sesfdon. Legislative Leaders Think Adjournment Probable About the First A House Bill Providing for Purchase of Choctaw and Chickasaw Lands Senate Proceedings Capital Notes. "WAsmKGTON, Sept. 22. About the only conclusion reached by the Republican rep resentatives in caucus this afternoon was to go on with the Langston-Venable e ec tion case at all hazards. There was a long discussion and some members who have been lukewarm iu their bupport of the elections committee, and others who are extremely anxious to get away to attend to private business or political matters, bought to escape the necessity for remain ing in the city. It is said...

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. — 23 September 1890

QU XxcMta gailij gglc: Tuesday toxning. gepitmbtK 23, 1890. If 1 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wictiita. Kan., Sept. 22. The highest temperature was 71, tho lowest up to 7 p. in. was 51, and the mean Cl, with cool, generally cloud 1 less weother, higher pressure and north to northeast winds. Tho rainfall in tho late storm was .39 inch. Last year on Sept 22, the highest tem perature was 76, the lowest CO , and tho mean7if aud two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 75, 02, and CS, with .92 inch of rain. Fked li. JonxsoK. Observer. Wak Department. Washixgtox, D. C, Sept. 22, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. i Sunday:' . For Missouri and Kansas Fair, except rain in southeastern Missouri; stationary temperature, variable winds. THE BLUES' PENNANT. Nothing Bat an Extraordinary Eun of Bad Luok can Beat Them. KAXSAS Citv, Mo., .Sept. 22. The Kan sas City Blues made it three straight from Minneapolis todiiy and landed tho West ern association pennant high and dry. Nothing but a ...

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 September 1890

Ifee WLitMix Ipaxlij-gaglc: ItfjestfeM. gaming, Jjpfoufco; 23, 1890. WK&B& WIOHITA MAEKETS. tloceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 48 hours 1360 cattle, 540 hogs. Shlpments-25 cattle 307 hogs. The cattle receipts at the yarhs was very large but the most of them were Texans and were not for sale. The supply of pa tives was very limited. The cattle market ns a whole was very quiet and but few were'' eold. The scarcity of stock at the yards is due to the busy time of the season, as so many are sowing their wheat since these Inst rains. The Chicago market is dull and weak and but few selling. The supply of hogs today was a little be low the average, as it usually is on Mon day; but what few there were sold readily. The market opened up at Saturday's quo tations and closed 5 to 10 cents lower on packers and from 10 to 130 cents lower on lights and pigs. The highest price paid was fi.30 for a choice lot of Mexico which Bold on the early market. The pig s...

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. — 23 September 1890

11 f'jifS mmmmimiMiilim 4 Iie Miclitfa; gaily gagle: gtwstTau ;potniwg, cntewbcr- 23, 1890. 31 M. MlKIOCK. TVIItnr. EEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JUSTICE. .Albert IL norton Shawnee county ROVEHNOK. Lyman U. Humphrey Montcomery county LIEUTENANT OOVEKNOK. A. J. FeJt Nemaha county FECRETAKY OP STATE. "William nicelns Shawnee county STATE TKEASUIIEB. 3 G. Stover Itepubllc county ATTOKXEr CENEIIAU twRKelloeir ."...Lyon county STATE MTrEniNTENDENT. GeorceW. Wlnans Geary county STATE AUDITOK. C.3I.Il0Yey Thomas county Fon CoxanESS. JAMRS It. HALLOWELU of Sedgwick County. WITH FLATTERING SUCCESS. For the State Legislature. M Dlstriot-Oeorze I. Douclas. Kid Diitrlct-K. W. Phillips. Wth District-. E. Henley. County Officers. Trobate Judce VT. T. IlucWner. f "ounty Attorney W. S. Jlorrls Clerk District Court-Chas. H. Lullntr. Fuperlntpndent Public Instruction ,D. S Pence. Commissioner First District-!!. C, fcmlth. It is said the anti-lottory law will bo te&ted in tlio United States supre...

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. — 23 September 1890

' ' liiiisijppww J Xjj pe ffllkWix gailtj futgle: -gttcstTarg lcrniu jg tpkxabtt 23, 1890 M.M.MranorK. I !t-P. Mrnnonc. Editor I liusineu Manager. M. 1L MURDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors, A 1 Icttrr pertnlnlnc to the business of the p Jn c department or bindery, or Tor advertls th onld be addressed to the business manager; other communications to the editor. Tho only dall paper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas valley recelrlnc both tho day and Sicht Associate Pross Iteports In full. TEiuis or spnscjtiPTiov daii.t table. In Advance Postage Prepaid. r)a"r onoropvone year , $8 ffl Dally, ono copy, six months.. 4 00 Dal'y. one copy, three months 2 00 Pally, one copy, one month.. 75 Three times a week, any days desired, pery'r 4 CO Three times a week, any days desired, six mo.. S W Funday Edition, IB paces, oni copy, one year Z Mj bnnday Edition, 1G pages, one copy, siX-month. 125 vnyjvi.Y zjlGI.c rre copr, one rear fl rn One copy, six months. .. . . . SO Remittance may...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 September 1890

3Jxc MMtxta Jpailij gacjle: itjestlaij WLoxuinQr Jfepfoxiritee 23, 1890 f WIELDERS OF THE RACQUET. Some of the Crack Player at the Tcnnl Tournament. Two of lihe most significant indications that the game of tennis is coming to the front are the increased interest and the nnparallelud num ber of entries in the All Comers tournament at Xewport. Promi nent among the crack players is O. S. Campbell, of Brooklyn, a Co lumbia college man. During t ho present season and prior to the All Comers, Campbell won three tourna ments out of Ave, and took second prize in a fourth. R. P. Huntington, Jr., defeated him SLOCCM. in the fourth, but succumbed to Camp bell in three of the five. Campbell won 876 games out of C37 during the season, giving him a percentage of .50, and defeated fcuch players as present champion H. W. Slocum, Jr., P. S. Sears, R. P. Hunting ton, Hovey, Carver and Tallant. R. P. Huntington, Jr., is another college man and hails from Yale. During tho present season ho has played ...

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. — 23 September 1890

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm WBIPlPWWMy $fcc WLithil a gaily gagTe: gujesfonj Stonrfmfr Sqrfcmfor 23, 1390 WHAT SHALT, WE WEAB? FASHIONS THAT ARE APPROVED AT HOME AND ABROAD. Coitumos fer Children That Show JTew and Attractive Features Useful and Becoming Black lace Dresses Suitable for Dinners and Evening Fartles. In tho cut iero given aro illustrated three new costumes ''widelv-varvinc in Btyle, and yetralL"Jii,ra,Jpi!6prTate"aSa in" iasmon. J-be flrsti Jugura sjjpxva a jacket THKEE CHARMESQ COSTUMES FOB CHILDREN, bodice and box plaited skirt in plain serge, effectively trimmed with bars of velvet placed slantwise on eacli box plait of the skirt below the knees, as well as on tho fronts of tho jacket, and on the puckered part of tho sleeves, which are close fitting from the elbows to the wrists. The jacket opens over tto full pointed bodice, which is finished with a belt of gros grain ribbon. The central figure illustrates a dress and cape in white nun's veiling with open em broidery. The tur...

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. — 23 September 1890

F SWSBW! Qh&WLitffibx J3ailg fuigl: gttjcsttay ptomiug, exTif.cr 23, 1890 & g - - "YOUMAFS" FALL DERBY HATS Just Received. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main. Wichita "E. & W." Collars 18 cts., others ask 25 cts. CRAWrG.fD GKAN'D -o o M. L. Crawford. Manaer TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Wednesday & Thursday, Sept. 24, 25. McCABE & YOUNG'S OPERATIC MINSTRELS ARTISTS New Songs! New Jolces! New Ideas! EVERY ACT A FEATURE. nnn't Fall to So McCabe &, Young's Beautiful Eowcr : Garden ; First : Part! WATCH OUR GHAND Street Parade at Noon. Box office opens Monday. Sept. IS. c (ItAWFOKD GRAND o I,. 3i. cixawtord, Manager. Three Nights Engagement, Commencing T,IOXJ)A Y, SEPTEMBER ZOtlu, Of the Prince ot Entertainers and Comedians, JOHX -:- DILLON, bunportcd by a Superb Company In a Repertoire of Delightful CcmeUles. Monday eve., Sept. 29 "WAITED THE EARTn." Tnc&day eve, Sept. 30th STATES ATTORT2Y." Wednesday eve., Oct. 1 "A COLOSSAL LIAR." More genuine fun to the wjuare Inch than any ...

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 September 1890

yol. xin, NO 110. WICHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24. 1890. WHOLE NO. 19S7. VTi THE END OF THE DISPUTE ON THE TARIFF. Conferees Best from their Labors Without Agreement on Sugar or Twine. Efforts Now Baing Made to Secure Con cessions from the Advocates of Tree Binding Twine. The Metal and Glassware Schedules Set tledThe Eeport Delayed Until Thursday Two House Contests Decided by a Bepublican Quorum "Washing ton Hews. WAsmxr.TOX, Sept. 23. The Republi can conferees of the tariff bill were in ses sion again this morning for two hours. After they had separated it was said that there was no further progress to report. The principal items of difference are those that have, obstacle-like, been mountain peaks in the way of agreement from tiie beginning Migur. binding twine, metals nd glassware. The key to the whole situ ation is the sugar schedule. Were an agreement reached on that less than five minutes would bo required to bottle all other questions. It whs expected, however...

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 September 1890

-smmmmmmmmm mwmv ' 1& WkMhx aily gagle: tSSjeiutjesfcnj ptacahtg, Sfcpfettt&ci: 2 1 S 90. GIVEN TO PAYNE. (Continued from First Page.) Siccossary. We cau locate this institution without expense. Mr. Neai moved this committee now rise and take a recess until 2 o'clock. Ad journed. . At the house afternoon session the roll fhowefl as absent Adair and Barker. The lioubo went into committee of the whole. Section 1 of the substitute as to the man ner of locating the agricultural college "Was up. . Mr. Daniels moved to insert "with the consent of the houses of the legislature." Mr. Waggoner I am not a Republican, Imt I believe the committee appointed by the governor straight. Mr. Daniels I fonr the governor may make a mistake and his decision should bo ratified by both houses. Mr. Clark That is the way the bill reads. Mr. Matthews The gentleman draws on his imagination when he supposed the committee appointed by the house would hermit personal interest to interfere. Mr. Terrill Th...

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 September 1890

ppw HP MPJWWWtfJUJUWijjJiffpfc. "Twrr w? P WLitkiiK JpaiTij gargle: MetXwjestTag Srumcr, ie:piemto 24, 1890 1 FINANGEANDCOMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during1 the past 48 hours 103 cattle, 34 calves, 1066 hogs. Ship-ments-1280 cattle and 360 hoys. There was more life in the cattle trade todny than for some time and all grades Fold at good values. The competition was htrong between the local packers and speculators. There was a fair supply of good butchers' cows and heifers, which were in good demand and sold at prices quite satisfactory to the shippers. The supply of feeding bteers and stockers was rather limited, not nearly enough to sup ply the actual demands. There are sev eral buyers on the market now for that kind of stock, and prices rule strong. Bulls seem to be in demand and sell very well. Thin cows and heifers are very Mow sale and prices low. The market closed strong. Chicago steady and prices unchanged. Kansas City reported a li...

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 September 1890

bHBIWPPPWWWWP Wl H gfte imiclxifa gaUg gagte: mcxTiwstTatj $foaumg, 5 eqicwfaa 24, 1890. M m. wriwocK. rvm PLAIN TALK. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CTIIEP JUSTICE. Albf it H. Ilorton Shawnee county GOVEKNOK. Lyman TJ. Humphrey ....Montgomery county ueutexant governor. A. J. Felt Nemaha county SECRETARY OP 6TATK. WUUam HlcBlns Shawnee county faTATE TREASURER. S.G.Stovcr. HepubUc county ATTORNEY GENERAL. L.B. Helloes Lyon county STATE SUPERINTENDENT. Oeorgo W. Wlnan Geary county 8TATE AUUITOIU C. M. Uovey Thomas county Fort Congress. JAMES II. HALLOWELL. or Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. S21 DItrlct Oeorce L. Douslas. SW niMrlot-K. W? Phalli. Wlh District J. K. Henley. County Officers. Trobato Judce W. T. Uucfcner, ounty Attorney W. S. Morris Clerk District Court-Ctias. H. Lullnir. Superintendent Public Instruction ,1). S Pence, t'ommlsblonor First Dlotrlct H. C. Mnttta. Jere Simpson, the Prohibition-Democrat and Alliance-reformer, will not bo ;n haste to meet Ilal again. Hal...

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. — 24 September 1890

PWP PSWRP' $& Wxtbaist IpaiJu; gaglc: WBU&ntstixy Ptoruiug, j5 cptcmcr 24, 1890. M.lI.MrnporK. I H. P. jf ranorK. Editor. I Btulnes Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Inters pertninlnc to tho business of the p nc department or bindery, or for advertls ihonld lo addrcshed to the business manager; ther communications to tho editor. The only dally paper In Southwetern Kanna or tlie Arkansas alley recelvlnc both too day and nlcht Associate Pros Reports In full. 3UuiR of srnsciu trios da t lt fagle. In Advance Postace Prepaid. Pallr. one copy one yenr .. ..fR m Pally, one copr. six months. . ..4 00 Pally, one copy, tbree months 2ft1 Pally, one copy, one month. 75 Threo times a wfyle, any days dplrel, per y'r... 4 0(1 rhree times a weefc. any days desired, nix mo... 2 60 Sunday Edition, 1C pace, one copy, one year . . 2 00 bunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, bix months. 1 2j WEEKLY KAOLIN fnecopr, one rear . .$100 One copy. Mxmonthp ..SO Remittance 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. — 24 September 1890

xt WtlidxttK Jpaxhj gagle: tSjeflujescTatj fHtfmtug, Ijxtejttrlxet: 24, 1890 ' FRENCKSOCIETY QUEENS. WOMEN WHO RULE IN THE UPPER TENDOM OF THE PARISIAN WORLD. They n&vo Wealth, Hank and Polished Manners Representatives of the Old KnjjJmo and of the New Order Som Talr foreigners. Copyright by American Press Association. Jfiv ft 'VA&n&f f'Wl'lrr, UUi II I MAKQUSE DE VILLENKUYE. Tho Marquise de Villcneuvc, nee Bona partf, is the youngest daughter of Prince Pierre Bonnparte, who shot Victor Noir. She was brought up in the bitterest priva tion at Auteuil, uear Paris, in an old house lost in the depths of an immense parden full of beasts, for Princo Pierre owned n regular menagerie of lions and wild boars. His pet was a huge lioness, which had the frcodom of the garden, and often crouched at its macter's foot. After the fall of his family he would certainly 3iavo starved but for his wife's exertions. Prircesso Pierre wont to London, set up fi milliner's shop there and failed. ...

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. — 24 September 1890

Ifec WLitWx gnxT$ix$i: Mjcttwesffky pCtfniiwg, .fcptctttljci; 2, 1890. FASHIONS OF THE TIMES. OLIVE HARPER WRITES OF FASH IONS FOR CHILDREN. ? Wichita WJiaIaoqIa h Marnifaflinvma Uaiioao ! ai mm iiiiii ..ii ir. bu iiiii 11111111.1 1 7 .. IvUAUX IJL ilUAvUlAJLU i AIXUJLiUllJlvLUXlll XXvlAUUkJi Styles fo7 the Uttle Onos Grow More and Mor Simple, and That Is Surely a Good Thing Some Sample That Trore the Statement. Special Correspondence NewYoek, Sept. 11. The styles for children's dresses grow more and more simple, letting the brightness of their sweet young beauty Bhino undimmed by an overshadowing mass of fuss and feather. The big sister puta on her first long dress. It is tan colored Australian crepe, made in the plainest fashion, also the neatest, and garnished only with self covered buttons. Her pretty brown hair is brought low on tho back of her neck and tied in a catogan braid. No ruffles, illil c-fv f f. at 1 Twfj?N6f CHAS. T. CHAMPION, -WHOLESALE- SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPP...

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. — 24 September 1890

a 'gha Wiidxiiix gaily; fkgte: WLc&ntsfax phmmtcr, ertmtrcr 24, 1890. "YOUMAFS" FALL DERBY HATS Just Received. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita "E. & W." Collars 18 cts., others ask 25 cts. WAWFOfD GRAN M. Ij. Cka wroim, Manaer TWO NIGHTS ONLY. "Wednesday & Thursday, Sept. 24, 25. jrcCABE.fi YOUNG'S OPERATIC ELtfSTRELS ARTISTS New Songs! New JoJccs! New Ideas! EVERY ACT A FEATURE. Don't Fall to Sec McCabe & Young's Beautiful Flower : Garden : First : Part! WATCH OUR GRAND Street Parade at Noon. Box oBice opus Monday. Sept. 22. c RAWFORD GRAND O o f m. CitAwroRD, Manager. Three Xiffits Ewjafjcmcnt, Connmondnjr 3TONDA Y, SEPTEMBER 20m., Of the Prio of Entertainers and Comedians, JOIIX -:- DILLOX, Supported by n Pupcrh Company in a Repertoire of Delightful Comedies. Monday eve., Sept. 20 "WANTED-THE EARTH." Tuesday eve. Sept. .'JOlli "STATES ATTORNEY." Wednesday eve., Oct. 1 "A COLOSSAL LIAR." Vro genu I no fun to tho qtuire Inch than any other miraeUoii on ttte rom...

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. — 25 September 1890

jjWirijil atltj Kaglrr " TOL. XIII, XO 111. WICHITA KANSAS, THURSDAY MORjNTNtG, SEPTEMBER 25, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 19Sa I " "11BBHE"""J-J,ta----'',5w'lBfaK.-i? ;v N MR. KENNEDY'S SPEECH WILL NOT BE MINTED. The Gentleman Makes an Eloquent Speech in His Own Defense Without Avail. No Apology Offered for His Attack on the Senate's Members No Agreement on Tariff. The Senate Passes the Bill Naming Eleven Members of the Board of Soldiers' Home Managers The Bill Defining Jurisdiction of United States Courts Passed Items. Washixgtos, Sept. 31. The desk of Mr. Iang-ston was profusely decorated with flowers this morning. Mr. Miller of South Carolinia, who was yesterday declared to be elected as a representative from the Seventh South Carolinia district, appeared nt the bar of the house and took the oath of oflice. Mr. Hitt, of Illinois, from the committee on foreicn affairs, renorted a resolution calling on the president for information re- juuve hi i in- Killing 01 uen. .uairunuia. Mr. McCreary, o...

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. — 25 September 1890

plav JxjexcMta.gaxIggajgije:Mr$(Ta0nxmg? $tpftmhtt 25, 1890 charter for nlnety-nino years, backed by heavy monopoly. It may civo temporary reliof, but in eighteen months the gentle man -will ask relief from its oppression. The company has succeeded in lobbying through a committee of the house of rep resentatives at Washington the bill. The secretary of the interior requests congress not to pass it. Now is the time for Okla homa to speak out. Mr. Currln moved it bo referred to the committee on railroads. Mr. Ncal When the resolution was pre viously introduced 1 could not give the re quired information. This artico the gen tleman from Logan read was proposed by an Jndian agent. I believe thoagentan honest man. He made it because tho railroad was -claiming 200 feet that did not belong to it. 'J. no nouso proposes to sit in juuwucuuvn the railroad without knowing thefacts. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas owns large bodies of land at McAllister. " e should not act hastily. Tho road will b...

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. — 25 September 1890

T -T , ItlMicMtxsalxs'g.KQU: 'ghuvsfaq ffiatmntf, SStpiemfxtv 25, 1890. 3 I. WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 102 cattle, 449 hogrs. Shipments 88 cattle and 438 nogs. The cattle market was again active to day and there was strong competition be tween the buyers. Among the offerings were twenty head of good shipping steers which were driven in from the country. They averaced 1,381 pounds and sold at 1 10. There was a light supply of feeding Ftecrs and stackers, and all the offerings in that line sold quick and at good figures. There was a fair supply of good butcher cows and heifers which found ready sale. Poor and half fat stuff not wanted. There was-a strong feeling at the close. Chicago closed weak. Kansas City quiet and prices unchanged. The supply of hogs was very light and the maiket was about a nickle lower than yesterday. Quality hardly as good. Trad ing was fairly active to the extent of the supply. Packing grades rule...

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. — 25 September 1890

MWWMpMM 7rr"iiTif ' M'iliViiiTi7VfT;iTSBS Tt !Ixc Wdtxii Quill ggle: gtotrscTay gaWuiftg, etfcttfocr 25, 1890- M M. WUKPOCK, r,dlto- REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JUSTICE. Albert II. Ilorton Shatvnce county GOVElUtOlt. Lyman U. Humphrey Montgomery county LUlUTENAST OOVUIUsOK. A. J. Felt , Nomaha county SBCIIETAHY Or 8TATK. TVMJam HieEtai Sfaawneo county STATE TltRASUIUUl. E.O. Stover UepuMlc county ATTOnXET OENEHAI- I,.B.Kellorc Lyon county HTATE SL'1'EHISTB.VBE.VT. deorce W. WlnanR Geary county STATE AUniTOIt. C.M.IIovey Tliomas county For Coxounss. JAJJKS V. I1ALLOWELL. ol SedrwJoV County. MORE REBELLION. For the State Legislature. BM nMrlct-Oesrse L. Dftucl. m njetrioir-n. w7 pmiuiw. Ilia District J. K. Henley. County Officers. rrolwite .Twicc-W. T. Huckncr. I'Mnty attorney w. R. Morrta ilerk District Court-Ths. H. Laltsc. Haix-rintoudont Public Instruction .). S Peace. GemraisMfoser rinrt District II. C. Smltli. RESUBMISSION REPUBLICANS. Tlio Republican County convention this f...

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