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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 October 1890

pe WLicMtz gailg Iptglc: rhircDqj fSforttiito,, defter 11. 1890. H y R Jl.3I.2Hrnnorjr, Editor. Il P. MntnocK. IliiBlnes llanasor. m. it muedooe: & beo. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irttpr pprtalnlnc to tlin bnlnnv of the prlnt 3nc (Jppnrtmont or blnderv. or for rulvnlsinc Fhotild le nddrePMX to tJi bnlnws manager or other communlcntlons to tlm odltor. The only dally- rmer in southwestern Knna or tlic Arkanvis valley recelvlns ltoth the day and tolfbt Assoclato Tress ICoports in full. ZEftusor "irBf-fitn'TiiiN jimi r fagix. In Advance Postage Prepaid. rally, ono copy onr venr ?J JJJ Dally, ono copy, lrrnonth 4m Dally, one copy, three month - Jw Pally, one copy, one month ...... Three times a week, any days delrel, per vr... 4 jw Three Umea a week, any davs desired, six mo... 2 SO Sunday Edition, IB pikm. one copy, one year. ... -' 01 Sunday Edition. IS pae. one copy. lx months. 1 2a Yrr.hk.LY LAoLa. Onrcopv, on renr ?l TO One copy, six month 50 Ilemtttanco may he mad at mr rl...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 October 1890

3ftje 3i&xtatajpailjjgagle: ji attreilay' Wyoming, tote 11, 1890. S? HE WAS A MJlEU JURIST. The Unhappy I-Ifo and Painful Death of Judge Isaac I. Christiancy. Death camo as a welcome relief the other day to a lonely old man, bowed down by years and sorrows and tortured with in curable disease. His name was Isaac Peck ham Christiancy, and not so very many years have elapsed since he was a legal and political power in the state of Michi gan, and prominent as well in the councils of the nation. Born .seventy-eight years ago at Johnstown (now Bleecker), X. Y., ho foujiht his way upward step by step and secured an education through unaided personal exertions. After qualifying as an attorney he removed to Michigan and re sided at Monroe from 1837 to 1857, com bining the professions of editor and lawyer. Ho was state sen ator iu 1S50, Free Soil candidate for governor in 1852 and delegate to the first national Republican con vention at Phila delphia iu 1&5G. He became a jus tice of ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 October 1890

be IllicMht laili$ gaglc: atacTatj 3PxiUx?, tfxrXrjcr XI, 1890. y ii A n T f . it a- AN ECLIPSE. Bhe stood between me and the light, A graceful figure, toll and fair; Iler eyes wore stars of summer night, And dark 03 summer night her hair. Between me and the sunset glow, That crimsoned dreamy world and sty, One idle moment, leaning so, To watch a bird's wing flutter by. Between me and the llght--but when She moved O3ido with Rraoious speed, Recalling etiquette ah, then My earth and he-area were dark, indeed! Pittsburg Bulletin. Sure That He Will Come. "Wo saw a littlo Indian girl a few weela ago at Laquna, N. M., in the Pueblo set tlement there. Her feet and legs were incased in gaeer linen bandages that simulated stockings and shoes, all in one piece. She wore a calico skirt, a red bodice and a black thawl that served both as bonnet and wrap, and on her lit tlo sleek head she carried a great sun baked water jar. "Josephine," asked Tho Courant representative, "are you going to bo ma...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 11 October 1890

i mi i win ii 111 ii irn itwnimiri a Qhe WLirtxiix gaily ftagTe: j&thraTaaj oxuing, titto 11, 1890. A BIG LOT -OF- Will be put on snlc at 10 o'clock tbis morning. Price 15c Each. JOE, The Hatter 149 N Main, Wichita THE A. AAMOLI) CONCERT COMrAXY AT THE FIRST I. E. CHURCH, Tuesday Evening Oct. J4th. ADMISSION 25 CENTS Children Half Price. Seat for snlf at Hyde & Humblc's book rtorc and C. F. Champion's. c lllA.VrlO,fD GRAVI) -o- M. L. CHAwroRD, Manao G : SIX NIGHTS -:- G Comineneinc Monday K von In?, October 13. THE GIFTED ACTOK, NEWTON BEERS, In grawl and resilstlo production. The rrcat- t of great jilayti correctly costumed and btugiU. MONDAY, LOUTS XT. Mr. Iteers as Kins Lewis TUESDAY, emeus kibeh. Mr. liters as Daxrdlcasey WEDNESDAY, I AG OX. Mr. Beers as The Strangler Thursday, EXOC1T AltDEX. Mr. UetH-s as Enooh Arden FRIDAY, WILD OATS. Mr. lieorw .16 Jack Rover SATURDAY, LOST IX Loxnox. II r. Users as Job Armtoyd Prices . 35 aod f 0c. No rtra chre for reserved tRflt, no...

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. — 12 October 1890

"ttTjl tUT 1 1 "M4HBMtfHHMi" f (LtT I i Kans Historical Socletyi YOL. XIII, NO 126 WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1890.-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 2003. I IIP VVTTITTI AA22Bmmm3 MUtTTm Tf T A I rt my miiiiiiff iiiiiMisisXMaii.iH i jiiiii i i i r (o 5 5 SHfflRT o iA ,ii HI M '? ir i 'A :;r ME PRESIDENT'S PLEASURE TRIP DRAWING TO A CLOSE. An Address to the Business Men of St. Louis at the Chamber of Commerce. Tho future Development of the Great Southwest Pictured in Glow ing Terms. A Banquet at the Fair Grounds An Amusing Hurdle Eace A Big Con cert at the Exposition Build ing The Incidents and Events of the Day. St. Louis, Oct. 11 The special train bearing President Harrison .and his party rolled into this city promptly at 9 o'clock this morning. The trip from Kansas City to St. Louis had been without special inci dent. The special train bearing the presi dent was manned entirely by G. A. R. em ploj'cs of the road, Engineer William Cotty handled the throttle, and Conductor S...

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. — 12 October 1890

3CTxe Wlxtlxiiix Ipailg xqIc: SfaucTitg fKoruxucj, .tixrfrer 12, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Oct 31. Tho highest temperature was &3 o , the Jowestupto 7 p. m. was 05, and the mean 74, with a trace of rain at 7 a.m., followed by warm clearing weather, brisk south winds and falling barometer. Last year on Oct. 11, the highest tem perature was' 83 , the lowest 5G, and the mean 70, and two years ago the cor responding temperatures were 72, 3y3, andCC3. FRKD L. JonxsoN. Observer. Wap. Department, Washington. D. C, Oct. 11, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. in. Sunday: For Kansas Cloudy weather and rain "winds, shifting to colder northwesterly. For Missouri Increasing cloudiness and rain, preceded by fair weather, in southorn portion, colder Monday morning, south westerly winds. qiidrpmp r.niiRT nFr.isinNR. 7 Topeka, Kan.. Oct. 11. The following K' rlnntcinn wttyn wTwl.rnH liv til a Kiinrrm ...., .,,. .-- . "J -I court uMiav: Bv Norton, C. J. The "tnte of Kansas vs....

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. — 12 October 1890

l&e mtihSSx fpailggggle: gmCLnq gaming, dsbev 12, 1890 m j VIOHITA MAEKET& Heceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during tho past 24 hours 37 1 Cattle, 655 Hog3, Shipments 500 Cattle, 69 Hogs. Tho receipts of cuttle today were good for closing day. But few native cattle were on the market, the offerings being mostly Texnns. Two loads of fat Texas cows were sold to packers at $1.73 per hun dred. Tho receipts of live stock for the week have been heavier than for any pre ceding week for several months. The number of cattle received in the past six dnys was S.-JST; hogs, 4,903; sheep, 1,094; horses and mules, 14. The market has been dull and unsatisfactory both to coun try buyers and to the shippers. Good to choice feeders and stock yearlings are in demand and could bo sold at fair prices, but poor grades and scalawags are slow bale. The markot closed dull today. The run of hogs was good for Saturday. Tho market opened 5 cents lower than yosterda s close, and upon the r...

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. — 12 October 1890

4 $M mictekx ga gagle: j& wuttarg lox-uimj, jrtaow 12, 1890. M !. Ml KOOCK. rlltor. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JUSTICE. Albert H.Horton Shawnee county GOVEUXOIL Lyman TJ. Humphrey Montgomery county LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. A.J. Felt Xeznaba county tiHCKETAllY Olf STATE. William HIceius Shawnee county BTATE TREASURER. S.O. Stover Ilopubllc county ATTOKNEV GENERAL. L.B.Kellocc Lyon county 8TATE SUI'EHIXTENMKNT. Geon:eW.Wlnuu Geary county STATE AUUITOU. ClI.Hovey Thomas county POK CONOHESS. JAMES U. HALLO WELL. or Sodcwlck County. For tho Stato Legislature. FM IMftrictr-Goonje I,. Donclas. Kfd Dlstricfc-K. W. Phillips. MtU Dlbtrlot-J. E. llanlcy. County Officers. rrobatc.Tudce-W. T. lluckner. County Attorney W. S. Morrtt Clerk District Court-Cliao. H. Lullnc. Buperlptonde-nt PuDllc Instruction .D.S Pence. tommiRdlontr First District H, C. famith. colThallowell'sappointments. Hon. J. It. Hallowell , Republican candi- date for congress, will of the Seventh district dates following: F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 October 1890

Jpe WlicteU gailij gaole: twcTatj pfonriug, rforbw 12. 1 890. nV W Ki . M.M.MPnnorir. i K.r.Mnnnorrc. Editor. I Jtu.-tne Manacer. M. M. MURDOCK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All lottery pertalnlnc to thn bu1no of tH- print Jnc dojwrtmont 01 Irimlerv. or for julveriMmt EhoaM be nlrtrtl to the lnulnea manager or ouht commuiilCHUooM to the cdttnr. i n oniy iau A BIUTHDAY SUKPKISK 1M.UTV. y paper In so)itiiwtern Knnft or allov retolrJwt In iba Ur and 4 on 2l TS 400 5 V tfip ArknnsnR i blckt Atuciat Vrm I(poH4 In fwll UEiuisoKsmTKiiTiov 1111 vrwit In Ah-Hncc I'cMtasc lreirL Pullv, oneoopv on vwr Jinny, one copy. tr month.. Pally. on copy, thrt months Pilly, one copy, one month Three tlmcw a wmW. any dv dwirwt, per y'r Tlir timix a iviiaL uiv djiVH llrt. itr mo.. Sunday KillUon, If. jWw. ojw er, yr. . . . I W bunday Edition, 16 page, on copy. ix months. 1 WtfcKI. LAM.U Onrcopv, nn vivir $101 Onocopv. six tnositlis M HmhHMik mar b- inl at otir risk rtther hv draft, nnrfKW. t-xprev...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 October 1890

6 IP WLittetx Qnil&QU: Muniin Waxing, rfxrtret 12, 1890. M- actly like the vultures of caucasses upon the frame of poor, old Prometheus. Ho tells us in a broad, sweeping, John L. Sullivan style, that our liver is dis eased, our lungs and stomach are sadly cut of order and that we all without ex ception have catarrh of the head and throat. And ho further tells us that lie has drank deep of tho Pierian spring, that he has wandered far away many years from the beaten hoof of travel into the hidden mys teries of the vegetable kingdom, and lias nt last compounded a sweet decoction of various roots, herbs and leaves, which he guarantees to run the bile out of the liver, healthy air into the lungs and give to the Btomach a tone and vigor which that much abused orgau never before possessed. Tho dark shroud and pall tarry in our thoughts, visions of the grave flit before us, deith on a dark horse is seen approaching in the near distance, and we forget that lie is a crank, an enthusiast, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 October 1890

UMwauMMtnMi pe WLitlxitx aily gaglje: itnclaij crruiug, rfxrr 12, 1890 7 I h biSYMtALTAKlSlAJN DEiNS RARE COMBINATIONS OF LUXURY, COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE. Tito Sanctums of Scientists. Critics and Literary Genlnt.es of World "Wldo Kcp utatlons "Where the Bright Lights lto tiro to Do Their Chosen AVork. The sanctum of M. Louis Pasteur, for example, is ono of the most simple in the high order of truly phj'sical comfort. It is not encumberad with tho scientific paraphernalia often met with in tho houses of medical men. A largo carved oak tahlo stands by the side of tho arm chair in which the great scientist often cits in quiet contemplation of his past experience and future hopes. In that high staok of green cases at which ho casts an occasional glance stores of valu able notes are classed in perfect order. They are ready for reference should, a fresh problem arise in tho course of his Inbors in bringing about tho prevention or cure of that terrible affliction to tho study of which ho h...

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. — 12 October 1890

pu WLitkxttt iJailg f&gte: xtutTatj PTorttiw xtoitt: 12, 1390. s I UPWARD and ONWARD! No Cessation, No Dull Trade. You cannot Teach the people anything but what is to their interest to know and everybody knows that the popular S Is the general trading place for this Southwestern country. Try as you will nothing tells but prices, quality and quantity. All these advantages we claim to have. Many thousands of dollars worth of bargains go on sale this week. Large lots have been cleaned up at far less than value, our patrons get the benefit. DRESS GOODS. 89c, 9flc and $1.25, the best line of broadcloths to be seen in this city. 7.1 cents. 54-inch habit cloths, all the new shades, elegant values. GJ) cents. 41-inch habit cloths, no house can equal under 75c. 49 cents. .'8-inch ladies cloth, extra line value, all shades. 39 cents. 38-inch wool sackings, in solid and prey mixtures. 25 cents. 30-inch wool suiting-) all in solid colors, very cheap. BLACK GOODS. 42 Cents Black Brilliantine...

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. — 12 October 1890

"S PART SECOND. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 12, 1890. PAGES 9 TO 12. V 1 y, i A SAFE DEPOSIT. 'By REV. E. EVERETT HALE, D. D. Copyright. All riffhts reserved. CHAPTER I. Antony Blake luft the office of Rumrill & Co. a good deal disappointed. Ho was Ihlruself a, shrewd and intelligent fellow. He had secured the patents on his new in vention, and was ready to proceed with the manufacture. He had curried the pa pers, tho drawing, his model machine to Eumrill & Co and they had them in con sideration. Thqy now offered him 8800 for the whole thing If he would turn it all over to them. Ho had psoposed one and an other scbpine by which he should go into business as a partner with them. The.se had been referred by the managing partner to tho llr. Joridns behind tho 6ceue, who was an imaginary porson created for tho purpose of saying no when the managing partuer wus ashamed to. Practicality all these schemes had been refused, and An tony was now to take the $800 or nothing...

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. — 12 October 1890

10 IxcimMritaSairijgjtglcrmtTaijPtotmirg. dobtv 12. 1890. 1 want siaiply to Bay that you are unjust to me if you tli ink so. I know that from the standard of the novel writers of fifty years o;jo my pro Iposal was not tto bo beard o But I thiakthe ctandord -of .America is higher and better. Iiopo the standard of Tamworth is higher and better. 1 think men nud women meet each other with mutual respect and inutail confldonce. It is not In vain that we go to the samo schools, work in tho same causes, etudy in tho Kami) circles, and in a word live In tho cams life If you and I were "Ileary and Emma" or "Paul and Virginia" or "Silly and BUly" or "Fergus and Evelyn" or any other absurd people in a novel of course yon would not wish to have mo help you I in any sensible way, and I should never think of i proposing to. But seeing wo arc plain Tamworth people, members of tho same church and officers ia tbo same circle, I boo no liarm in what I havo done, and I will not say I do. Truly yoars, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 October 1890

hw"-"".'"! '-'mlni-Tiiiwd UHieiUMMIMMMttlMnto4U 'gkt Withxbx Jpailij garajfc: j5 uttttnj ptontiug. OMohci- 12. 1890. n jr V b "WOSAWS WOBLD. IAN INDIANA GIRL'S EXPERIENCE WITH A SNAKE AND SOME EGGS. - ,A Few Words About Lone Skirts A He roic TTotniin Komanco of a Child's Sboo l'ashlon's Newest Colors Co operatlvo Boarding. Miss Julia Levering is a 'farmers daughter, and she lives near New Paris, 2nd. Sho went out to tho barn Monday to gather hens' eggs. She was returning to tho houso with a dozen eggs in her apron when she saw tho head and part of the lody of a big blacksnake at ono eido of a big chopping block. Miss Lev ering stopped, and, as sho rolatea it, felt horsolf turning cold. Sho couldn't find 3icr voice to scream, and when the rest of the snake's body slowly appeared around tho chopping block she was her 6olf long enough to know that sho dropped to tho ground. Sho does not know how long sho was in tho swoon, but when she came to, and tho situation returned to her mind, sh...

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. — 12 October 1890

12 Qkz WLxtkxte gailtj lz: iraffag IPoruiug. rfdter 12, 1890 OF EAIB WOMEN'S CLUBS. THE CITY OF NEW YORK POSSESSES SEVERAL THAT ARE NOTABLE. , Sorosis, the Mother Club of All, and Its Eminent Members Tlie N.?wTorkWom an'i Club Tho Meridian Club The "Working Girls' Club TlioTv.tfnkle Club. Copyrisht by American Press A&tociatloa. Tho Twinkle club doesn't tho name suggest sparkling conversation, full of epigrams and repartee and bright stories? It means all tbet, and much more that is equally enjoyable, according to the enthusiastic accounts of the little com pany of women who have banded them selves together under that name. It is tho youngest and, if the aforesaid women are to be judged unbiased wit nesses, tho brightest and most enjoyable woman's club in the city of New York. Between its methods and purposes and tho methods and purposes of Sorosis the oldestwoman'3clubin the UnitedtStates there ia a wide difference a difference which illustrates very vividly the change there ha...

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. — 14 October 1890

MM Co (h G TOL. XIII, NO 127 WICHITA KAXSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER M, 1890. "WHOLE NO. 2001. X .: J ( JUSTICE SAMUEL F.3IILLER QUIET LY PASSES AWAY. End of President Ilarrison's Long Pleasure Trip to the Great West. The President Puts in a Good Word for Major MoKinley at His Home in Ohio. General William W. Belknap. Former Sec retary of War in President Grant's Cabinet, Found Dead in His Room Heart Disease the Cause Notes from the Capital "Washington, Oct. 13. Justice Miller died tonight at eight minutes of 11 o'clock, without a &trupilean(l apparently without pain. A few minutes before lie died the phlegm in his throat irradually accumu lated and his frame quivered. It was evi dent that the end was fast approaching, and the members of his household who were not in the sick room wero hastily pummoned to his bedside. J3esides Mrs. Miller and her sou, Irvine, there were present Dr. Cook, J. Woolworth, an old friend of thejustise, who had just arrived from Omaha, the family serv...

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. — 14 October 1890

2 3pte WLicMi. gaily gagle: ujesttaij $Laxnittg, jdxrtrjer j.4-, 1S90, WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Oct. 13. The highest temperature wasC30, the lowest up to 7 p. m. was 43, and the mean 55, with much cooler clearing weather brifr and high north-west winds, decreasing at night to light. Highest ve locity, 29 miles per hour from the north west at 11:10 a, m. The rainfall in the lato storm was 2.20 inches. Last year on Oct. 13, the highest tem perature wasi 54 the lowest 4S, and the mean 51, and two years ago the cor responding temperatures were 70, 30, and 53. Fked L. Jouxson. Observer. "Wak Department. Washing ton, D. C, Oct. 13, 8 p. in. Forecast until 8 p. m. Tuesday: For Kansas Northwesterly winds, and fair weather; warmer Wednesday. For Missouri Fair weather; colder in eastern, stationary temperature in western portion; westerly winds. SENATOR PLUMB. Washington, Oct. 13. Tomorrow Sen tor Preston B. Plumb Hiid his private sec retary, F. Flanigan, will leave the...

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. — 14 October 1890

IBpe Wlxthiix mligK$z: ttcsciag Btxontinjgf, (Btixbtv 141890 I WICHITA MAEKETS. Eeceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours 359 Cattle, 321 Hogs, Shipments 380 Cattle, 300 Hogs. The receipts of native cattle were light. Very little business was done in the cattle alleys, but what trading there was, was done at about Saturday's prices. Sixteen cars of Texas cattle went out in first hands. The hog receipts today were light, and the market was considerably firmer than for several days past. Prices re mained at about Saturday's figures, and most of the trading was done early in the day. Top hogs for packing brought ?3.S0; bulk selling at $3.75. The packers took most of the hogs offered today, speculators buying highly. The market closed firm. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita. Kaa, Oct. 11 CATTI.!". The receipts of cattle for the past 4S hours were R9 head. Prices were about steady at Saturday's figures. Native r,htpplng steers. good to extra... ?3 25 3 75 ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 14 October 1890

P Wlidxitx teilij gaglr. guicstfcuj p0rniug, oixifor 147 1890, M M. iTl KDOC K, 7"rtttor- REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. eniEf JUSTICE. Albert n.Horton Shawnee county UOVEUXOK. Lyman U. Humphrey Montgomery county LIEUTENANT COVEIUVOK. A.J. Felt Nemaha county fcECKETAUY OF STATE. William Hlgclns Shawnee county STATE TREASUKEX. E.G. Stover. nepubllc county ATTOUNET GENERA U Ii-B.KelloEe Lyon county STATE snPEnJNTENDENT. Georce 'W. Wlnaiih Geary county bTATE AUUITOIU CM.novey Thomas county For Coxokess. JAMES K. 11ALLOWELU of Sedcwlck County. For the State Legislature. Aid Dlitrlctr-Ooorce t,. Douslas. Kid DlPtrict E. V. Philllpb. Mih BliUict-J. E. Henley. County Officers. Trobate .Tndce "W. T. Uueknrr, C oonty Attorney W. .. Jlorrli Clerk Diatrict CoutV-Chas. H. Luline. Superintendent Public Instruction ,1). P Tence. Commissioner First DUlrict-H, C. Smith. COL. HALLOWELL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. J?.. Hallowell , Republican candi- dat for congress, will of the Seventh district dates following...

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