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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 October 1890

IK - Kfcw. Historical Boctatjl WHOLE NO. 2000. WICHITA KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1S90. VOL. XIII, NO 123. r r x m ,yi J BENJAMIN HARRISON'S JOURNEY ACROSS THE COUNTRY. The President Meets His Old Soldier Comrades at Galesburg. Illinois. The Two Bens Temporarily Act as En gineer and Firemen on the "Q" Eoad. on An Eloquent Address to His Fellow-Citi zens and xormer Comrades the Duties nof American Citizenship. GALEsnuiiG, Ills., Oct. 8. President Harrison arose early this morning, but wis not early enough to escape the thou sands of eager people who had assembled it round his hotel in that city struggling lor aright of their distinguished visitor. The president was deaf to all entreating, however, that ho remain longer in the city, and stoutly maintained his intention of devoting the entire day to his soldier friends at Gnlosburg. He agreed only to address briefly the immense crowd that had assembled at the depot to witness his departure. At 7 o'clock the band serenaded the...

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. — 9 October 1890

VI Tit Wlictefa gaily gaglc: ilmi'stTaij fj-fotithig, ttctoei: 9, 1890' WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Oct. 8. The highest temperature was 74 , the lowest up to 7 p. in. was 5G, and the mean 65, with slightly warmer, partly cloudly weather and nearly -stationary low barometer. Last year on OcL S, the Inchest tem perature was 8L, the lowest 4, and the mean Co , and two yours ago the cor responding temperatures wore 77 3, 50 3, and 01. Fr.KD Li. Johnson. Observer. Wjiit Department. Washing ton. D. C, Oct. 8, 8 p. in. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday: For Kansas Colder.northwostorly winds fair wgh titer. For Missouri Fair weather followed by fehowers; southerly winds, cooler Friday morning. TKE DUPONT EXPLOSION. A Complete List of the Killed and "Woundod. Wilmington, Del., OcL 8. The follow ing is a complete list of the killed and in jured in yesterdav afternoon's explosion at the Dupont powder mills: Killed William Green. WilliRin Mc Garvcy, Martin Dolan, James Dolan, ...

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. — 9 October 1890

- S& tMMtiia gailij gagl: gta-tteij gtoij, tttftet 9, 1890 Hfe in r ri y W$$B&B3t tflOHETA MARKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 420 Cattle, 1125 Hogs, 14 Horses and Mules. Shipments 384 Cattle, 500 Hogs, 14 Horses and Mules. The receipts of cattle -was 4S9 head, of which 329 were Texans. The market was slow but about everj thing was sold, but at prices slightly below yesterday's. The close was 10 cents lower than yesterday. The receipts of hogs was the best for any day this week, so far. Most of the hogs were taken by the packers, a few loads only being taken by shippeis. The market was quiet and slow, closing from 5 to 10 cents lower than yesterday's quotations. WIOHITA LIVE STOOK MASEEH Wichita. Kan.. Oct. 8. CATTLr. Tlic rocnipts or caltle wore fair. The market was blow and Wl loner. Satire filliping fcteers. cood to extra.. .18 25 Q3 75 oocmi mi extra native Dtitcnci stoorfc, iwjft 1200 lbs 2 50 2 "5 2 25 &2(K 2 (rfl ft2 0...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 October 1890

Wl t Wlidiihx gixilxj gagl: $fcursfcnj orwiurt, doUv 9, 1890' 4 M m. ytntnOCK. Kdltnr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JUSTICE. Albert n-Horton Shawnee county GOVEltNOlL Lyman U. Humphrey Montgomery county 1AVUTESAST OOVEIUNOIU A J Folt Nomaha county hECItETAKY OF STATE. William niecln Shawnee county bTATE TKEASUnE. g.G.Stor Republic county ATTORNEY OENEKAX- I,.B. Kell Lyon county HTATE HUI'EKINTESUENT. Coerce Vf. l eary COUBty KTATE Auuriuiu C.M.Hcney. .Tbewas conty HOR COXGIIESS. JAMKS It. HALLOWELU ot SedRwlolc County. For the State Legislature. K2d DWrha-Oeeroe L. nwisliu. KM I)lrtriot-K. rt . I'MH"I Nlh Dtotrfot-J. h. Henley. County Officers. mUme. Superintendent PuuHo lJt-JLV,im-C oramlwtteaer Kin Dietric-U. C. SmIO". COLrHALLOwiLL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. R. Hallowoll, Republican enndi diito for congress, will address tins voters of the Seventh dibtrict at the idnces aud dates following SprlnefleW vrknliHJ Vudn r-Mjfihar DoJk'f'Olty 1nwrru Inu'Hllfi (nrdea City J.mlnenoe Knvuni...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 October 1890

'tsp lite ftittcMia Baity gacfc: S&ttKstbqj gEtcrramg. dortrcK 9 1 "8913. r y i y- JI. 21. Mcnnorit. I 1 P. Mmnorit. Editor. I Business ilanajer. M. M. MTJEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlne to the bulnpw of the print line cirpnrtment or bindery, or for aitvertwine should bo adrtreod to the business manacer or other communications to the editor. ,,,,. The only daily paper In Southwestern Hnni or the ArkanwiB Valley rerelvlnc both tho day ana ncnt Associate Frees Reporte In full. li-miK or stTnscntrTtox paii.t t. ague. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pally, ono copy one year ? m Dally, one copy, 1x months. ; J Dally, ono copy, threw months 1" Dally, one copy, one month i--v"i-UV.V" t u Thrco time IW any doyn -J!, per r. .. OT Three Umos a week, any days rl. i Ixmo- ; $ Sunday Edition. K pases, one copy, one year-.. - wj Sunday Kdith,n, 1C pace, one copy. Mr month. 1 1 WKfcKXV KAGU- r-l 00 Tnecopv, one year m One copy, sir months IJV,;;." ,, ncralttanre...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 October 1890

ht WSAtWiK gailggagle: Jntrsttey lOtaming, dorfer 9, 1890, SP Wichita Wholesale & Manufacturing Houses. AN AGED HEROINE. if A Canadian Woman Once Celebrated In BotU Hemispheres. A recent demonstration in Ontario re called to the public memory a "woman whose heroism thrilled tho people of this continent thirty-sbc years ago, and so won upon Queen Victoria as to cause the be stowal of unusual honors. Abigail Beckej, the heroine, is nowbut 59 years old, though it vras in November, 1854, that she saved the lives of seven shipwrecked seamen. MRS. ABIGAIL BECKER. She "was tho daughter of Charles and Mary Jackson and the wife of Jeremiah Becker, with whom she resided on tho lonely sand spit running out from the On tario side into Lake Erie, and known as Long Point celebrated a few years later for tho encounter between two noted American pugilists. Mr. Becker was a trapper, and his wife often assisted in his hardy labors. They lived many miles from the nearest neighbor, and on tho night...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 October 1890

glte WLicMii ipiltj fpujfe: irittrsttatj ''gfaahQifolrtt 9, IWO. 7 f y V HUNTING THE MURDERER. EcmarkVblo Search by the Cincinnati Tollco. Tho police and detectives of Cincinnati nave recently ended successfully tho most thorough mou hunt of recent times, in which every covert of crime has heen beaten, every old rookery and haunt of vice explored, even to the extent of explor ing beds and drains, and the tunnels and crevices in tho wharves looked through, tho results among tho criminal classes being as sensational as those described by Dickens in tho Bill Sykes episode of "Oliver Twist." After all, tho man was found by a sort of tccident at a lumber camp on the Ken tucky aide of the river, tcti-miles from the qty, ana so great "was the public in terest that within a few minutes af ter the arrest was telegraphed a large crowd had gathered to wit ness his arrival, and a score of po licemen had all they could do to keep off the crowd and get him into tho prison. His ED. m'caetiit. name...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 9 October 1890

mi i I irani in ..nil illH UIHIII, l I" K m .1,, ti 1 ,....pt, iW tn 1 m 1 1 ji.iiwunyimnJH'f'' ' ' c3 . A BIG- LOT -OF- "Will "be put on snlc .it 10 o'clock this morning-. Price 15c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita CKAWru fU GKAND o o M. L. CnAvrronn. Manao G -: SIX XI GUTS -: 0 CommcncinK Jlonday Evening. October 13. THE GIFTIH) ACTOH. NEWTON BEERS, In grand Mid realistic productions. The crcat- ct of great pl s correctly costumed and btaged. MONDAY, LOUIS XI. Mr. IJecrs as Kins Lewis TUESDAY, CIRCUS IilDEIt. Mr. Beers as Dawdleasey WEDNESDAY. IAGOX. Mr. Beor a The Stranglcr THURSDAY, EXOCTI A JUDEX. Mr. Been, as Enoch Arden PRIDAY, WILD OATS. Mr. Beers as .Tack Rover SATURDAY, LOST IX LOXDOX. Jlr. Boers as Job Armtoyd Pr.ce 2S. 85 and JOc No extra charge for reserved .feats, now on wilont box office. Doors opn at 7 .'SO, cnrtaln rices promptly at S:l&. SPECIAL SCENERY. GRIFFIN & "WILSON. Proprietors and Managers ItKAL KSTATK. (Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

rh 0 vATtrlif-fiSlllS iStr f "3? r 1 Kans. Historical Socltt VOL. XIII, NO 124, i n i r miiiiii MyLmsBassttBm&mmKmnrmm s i i i i i i a a h Co (5 5 gBBBBHBBHHBBstr o y V WICHITA KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2001. t 'J N TUB PRESIDENT'S TKIU3IPHAL PRO GRESS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. The Presidential Parly Visit the Ottunnva, Iowa, Coal Palace. An Address by the President on the Beauties of the Common Things of Life. The fan. to Reach the Capital of Kansas at 9:30 O'clock This Morn ing Notes and News of a Pleasant Journey. Ottumwa, la., Oct. 0. It was 8 o'clock this morning when the presidential party reached tin's city. A delegation beaded by Hon. J. G. Richardson and Senator P. G. Ballingall, president of the Ottumwa coal palace, met the presidential party at Gales burg last evening and escorted them to Ot tumwa It was due to the forethought of Superintendent Wilson and Manager Bishop that a pleasant night's rest was afforded tlio president, by the train being bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

Jpc OTcMia gaily, ganjc: ff ritTag pTonimg. rfoTJer id, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigkal Office. Wichita. Knn., Oct. .The highest temperature was 80 o , the lowest up to 7 p. m. was G2, and the mean 74 o , with warm, brisk, southerly winds, shifting, about 0:80 p. m., to north erly, with rising barometer; cloudless weather. This was the warmest day since Sept. IS. Last year on Oct. 9, the highest tem perature was 81 , the lowest 51 , and the jiiennGG0, and two years ago the cor responding temperatures were 73, 57, find 05. Fred L. Jotixsok, Observer. Waij Department, Washing ton, D. C, Oct. 0, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Friday: For Kansas Colder, northorly winds, fair weather, except preceded by raius in extreme southeasterly portion. For Missouri Colder, northerly winds, fair in southeastern, followed by rain in northwestern portion. PULLMAN WINS. BOSTOX, Mass , Oct. 9. In the United Btate circuit court today a decision was filed in the chxc of the Pullman Palnoi Car company versu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

IP WLMtiiK glatlij gagle: friaag pfowtmcj, tfxurer 10, 1890 f s , t y r WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours 675 Cattle, 1380 Hogs. Shipments 431 Cattle, 385 Hogs. The receipts of cattle for today were CT5 head, natives and Teans 33ut few cattle except butchers' heifers were bold, a good many going on in first hands Prices v ere tery little changed on Rood cattle, but scalawags were peddled out at low prices. Some pretty good butchers' cows and heif ers were sold to the packets. A good many cattle were held 0cr. The receipts of hogs were good as to numbers but the quality was common. The packers bought the best of good hogs at $3 bOlS 63 Armour bought a few good lioga speculators took a few loads at a cnigepnces, while a number were for warded in first hands. Prices sold 5 to 10c lower on medium hogs Pigs 15c to 25c lower. Heaies$3G0(ft3 7r. Quite a num ber of poor hogs were left in the pens WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET, Wichita. Kan...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

4 $Ixe tWLMtiiix gattij gargle: Ijricfcrtj lxrimiirg, afoueK 10, IS 90. JI M. WITIDOCK. rdltnr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JUSTICE. Albert ILnorton Shawnee county GOVERNOK. layman U. Ilnmphrey Montgomery county LIKLTKNANT GOYEKMJK. A. J. Felt Nemaha county SBCRETA11Y OF STATE. William HIcglns Shawnco county bTATE TKEASUIIKR. S.G.StOTer Republic county ATTOIIXEV GEXEKAL. L.B.Kelloi:g Lyon county state nur-Eni.vrE.vnB.vr. GeorrCW.Wlnans Geary county bTATE ACDITOK. CM.IIovey Tbomas county Foil Coxgkdss. JaMKS It. HALLOWKLI, ol SoJcwlck County. For the State Legislature. KM District Oeore T Douclas. Kxl DlRtrict-K. W. Phillips. Hth District-.!. E. Hentey. County Officers. rrobato .Twice-W. T. IUipIcmh-. ounty Attorney W. S Morrie Clerk District Court Chas. II. I.ullnc. Superintendent Piiolk- latrucUoii .1). s Pence. Commissioner Fin.t District H. C bmtt. COL. HALLOWELL'S APPOINTME.TS. Hon. J. It. Ilnllowell, Republican candi date for congress, will address the voters of the Seventh ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

Qhc WiicMtK gaihj gagk: ricTag maniiug, xMrcr 10. 1890. f! y M.M. MrKnocK, 1 K. p. MmnofK, Editor. I Buslnei Manajcr. M. M. MUED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Mtprs pertaining to the foimine w of the print ing di-pnrtrrpnt or bindery, or for advertising phoald be addressed to the business manager or other commun'.rat Ions to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kudsa or tho Arkansas Vnliey receiving both the duy and Jjifiht Associate Press Reports In full. li-llMh or RPMSOtllTIOV uaii t r CLC In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pallr, one copy one vear. . ? IS Dally, one copy, Mr month.. .. JJJ Dally, one copy, three month J!J Dally, one copy, one month - . . S Three times a week, any days des'red, per y r... 4 00 1 hreo tlme a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 jfl Sunday Edition, If! pap. one copy, one year .. - CO feunday Edition, 1C paces, one copy, alx months. 1 ii wxiciu.r baulk. fnecopr, one year "1 S One copy, sir months. Iterolttano mnv be mndn at our r...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

2!xj fBttcfatfc gailijgagl: Ifx-May IPtfinrius, xlxrtrjer 10r 18 9 0 JUSTICE ILL TH MEAT EXftWM KEMEIT, BEECHAM'S PILLS For Bilious ail Minus Disartei MWKth a Gciaea a Box" fcri soil for 25 Cents, ST ALIi BRUC6IST8. WOMEN DECOEATOITd Instances Where Murder Will s Wichita Wholesale 4 Manufacturing Houses. THERE IS ONE IN CHICAGO WHO HAS ACHIEVED SUCCESS. Xn. Benfey' Viewa on Beautifying the Homo Expensive rurnUhlngs Not a Ne cestlty The Correct Ubo of Material the Main Tiling. The development of the art of household oecoratlon has opened to women one of the most delightful and suitable profes sions that in these days of woman's work can. attract the time and talent of the sex. To transform barren, often ugly, rooms into attractiveness is a truly feminine task. .AH women arc supposed to have some aesthetic taste, or at least to love beauty even if they are so unfortunate as to lack all power of creatine it for themselves. Who, Indeed, does not admire the talent that changes a graceles...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

Ixe Mitfiifa ailrj gagfe: IfricTatj IPormug, cMucr 10, X89P. W fv r,i J V A 'if ' MAKfc YUUK MAUN. In the quarries shculd you toD, Make your mark; Do you delve upon the soil, Slake your mark; In whateTer path you po, knarbatev plac you stand, Jforlng swift or moving alow. With a firm and honest hand. Make your mark. Should opponents tatxise yowr way, Mako your mark; Work by night, or work by day. Make your mark; Struggla manfully and well. Let no obstacles oppose; Xone, rijht shielded, ever fell By the weapons of bis fees. Make yocr mark. What though born a peasant's son, Make your mark; Good by poor men can be done; Make your mark; Peasants' parte may warm the ooW, Peasants' words may calm a fear: Better far than boarding gold Is the drying of a tear; Make your mark. Life is fleeting 3 a shade; Slake your mark; Marks of some kind must be made; Make your mark; Make it while the arm is stronj. In the golden hours of youth; Never, never make it wrong; Make it with the stamp of truth; ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 October 1890

a pe WisMU giBjgagIe: gfricfaij looming, dubtt 10, 1890. A BIG LOT -OP- E COLLARS "Will be put on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. Price 15c Bach. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita COMING ACROSS. Ttcscj Bcfl Is foB as and ta sky And tho sea blaxs with llht. And tharaooa mid her rirrtna gUdea oa As St. JJrsnJa xnfcht; And tho taroo of tho pubs nerer stopa In tbe heart of the ship, ; As her moasurai of water and flra She drlais dorm at a flip. Yet I nerer can think. a3 I lie. And w Tvearflr toss, That by salct. or by star, or by ship, I am owning across. But by lijat that T know In dear eye That are beat on Uio sea; And the touch I remeinoer of bands That are waiting for me: By the light of the eynt I could come. If the stars should all fail; And I thick If the ship should go down That the hands would prevail. Ah! my darlings, you never will know How I pined in the loss Of you all. and how breathless and glad I am coming acrou. Helen Hunt. THE A. ARNOLD CONCERT COMPANY AT THE FIRST...

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. — 11 October 1890

Mrt f. .. - -- . Utt M M v - AflHlHKHy rZ- " d " vdw -- Kansfcistorical Society TOL. XIII, NO 125. WICHITA KAXSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2002. V J HI m m m m f V& f mT Hl V W W V m .d V 1 Htl(: IllB" latIM I lll JL . W A. m MM. HI VN. m m. MA m w 'V w 'l ' HARRISON'S FIRST VISIT TO THE sumowEi; state. Kansas is supremely pleased at the visit of the distinguished president today, and we receive him with open arms and extended hands, and gne him a thorough welcome. I Applause I now present to you the president of the United States " Thirty Thousand Old Soldiers Greet the President at Topeka. Tho Duty of Supporting the Constitution and Laws of the Country u.bly Set Forth. Senator Ingalls Talks to the Crowd About Early Days in the Great "West The President and Party Ban quoted at Kansas City. Atchison. Kin , Oct 10 The president aroe earlior this morning thin on any previous morning during tho trip rlho liist reception in the state of Missouri was to take pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 October 1890

-r-s-r "jr'iT1'- . p MitMfa gaily; gagl: Safurttatj fJSoroimfc ttelrjer 11, 18 90 nil " tin iiimv L W Applause. A community in which every mau, black or white, rich or poor can vote once and have that vote honestly counted. Applauso and cheers. Fellow citizens, there is, I am happy to say, in this greet ing and salutation to the chief magistrate of the union no partisanship. We are here not as Rcpublicahs, not as Democrats, but as citizens of the United States and citizens of the state of Kansas. There is no stato line in our globing salutation. There is no north, no wnitn, no east, no west, in our greeting and balutation. We greet him as the foremost citizen of the Republic, and bid him hail and farewell on his journey eastward." Great ap plause. Ex-Governor Anthony and several other gentlemen of distinction addressed the vast audience before the meeting ad journed. The president and his party were driven rapidly from the fair ground to the special train which polled out promptly a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 October 1890

i& WteWnx JPafltj gagle: Jfeifag, pfntitt fhfter 11, 1890 . y i f TTIOHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yard3 during the past 24 hours 529 Cattle, 483 Hogs, 1093 Sheep. Shipments 507 Cattle, 814 Hogs. The receipts of cattle at the stock yards were good for the last part of the week. There were a few good feeding steers on the market today that brought pretty fair prices. There was a strong demand for jearling stackers today with a light supply. Many more good yearlings could liave been sold. There was no material change in prices from yesterday's quota tions. The market was dull ami several loads of Texas cattle were forwarded in first hands. There was a considerable falling off in the receipts of hogs today, loss than 500 being received. The packers took the bulk of the offerings at $3 C53 S3. Two loads n ere f orw arded in lirst hands. There w ere jio new features in the hog market today, prices remaining at about jesterday's figures. The pens were pretty...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 October 1890

4 Ii WLxtlxihx JBaiJtj fptgle: jnitrtfctij Xornittg, jotoTjct 11, IS 90. M M. mTKIOCK. Krtltnr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. cmnr jc&tice. Albert n.Horton Shawnee county OOVEUXOH. Lyman U. Humphrey Montgomery county LIKL'TENAST GOVERNOR. A. J. Frit Nemaha county SUCRETAIIY OF STATE. William Hlzclns Shawne county 6TATE TREAfcUHK. S.G.Stovcr Hcpubllc county ATTORNEY CKNBIIAL. KB.EelloCf: Lyon county KTATE bUI'EIlINTENUKVT. GeorcoW-Wlaans Geary county bTATE AUMTOU. C.JI.Hovey Thomas county For Congress. JAMES K. HALLOWELL or Sedgwlk County. For the State Legislature. Rd District Oeorco T.. DoucUs, Kid PIstrtat-K. W. I'hllUps. Wth Distriet-J. K. Henley. County Officers, Probate Judce W. T. llurkner, CountyAttorney-w. f. Jlorria Clerk XHntrict Court Tim. H. I.ullnr. buperlntndent Public Instruction , ," J Commissioner llret District-!!. C. Smith. COL. HALLOWBLL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. R. Hnllowell, Hepublican candi date for congress, will address the voters of the Seventh district at the...

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