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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 25 October 1890

t-- - . - - -,.,. - -7 -, , , i: 57 T - -. "- .- "-' "i1 "" , L " mmmmumuoaai torical society! VOL. XIII, NO 137. WICHITA KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2014 V j- j.ii:iUXiaugaif. f i i , ) r v SPEAKER EEED ADDRESSES A GREAT MEETING AT CHICAGO. The Wisconsin Enemies of the Pub lic Schools Preparing to Poll Their Full Strength. Governor Hill Talks to the Bourbons of West Virginia The Ohio Law makers Finally Adjourn, The Late Justice Miller's Successor Not to be Appointed Until After the Meeting of Congress Gen eral Motep From the OapitaL Chicago, Oct. 34. Speaker Reed reached here this morning from "Watertown. la. Ho was met at the depot by the officials of the Union league, who escorted him to the Grand Pacilic hotel, where an elegant re ception wa held. He will deliver an ad dress this afternoon here. At 4 o'clock this afternoon, Speaker Reed was conducted by a committee from his rooms at the Grand Pacific hotel to the Union League club, where he held a re ce...

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. — 25 October 1890

i 2 5Ixe Wlidxiiz gaily gaglx: jxittnTay fftaruhtij, eta&jcr 25 1 S9Q. i WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Oct. 2s. The highest temperature was 70 0, the lowe&t up to 7 p. in. was 44, and the mean 00, with warmer cloudless weather, nearly btationary pressure, light variable winds. Lat yonr on Oct. 24, the highest tem perature was (JO, the lowest 4b , cind the mean 5S, aud two yours ago the corres ponding temperaturos were CS , 42 a aud 55. For Kansas Fair weather, southerly winds, shifting to westerly, coolor by Sun day night. For Missouri Fair weather, winds gen erally southerly, warmer. Frku Li. Johksox. Observer. "WAP. DUPAISTMRNT. WASHIKGrON", D. C, Oct. 24, 5 p. in. Forecast until 8 p. in. Friday: BEHRING SEA. OTTAWA, Ont., Oct. 31. Sir George Baden Powell was in town today. While hi British Columbia he made inquiries into certain matters connected with the sealing bu8iiu's, and goes back with in formation that' had not previously been accepted by the Brit...

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 October 1890

-.HWW ''iHwyM?gS!SS!lg Sfe tBKieWtK gaits gaole: Jfetwrfcnj gtwmwg, (Arteries 25, 1890 A i rf i Li " i ft It V NANCEAf VaOHTTA MAEKETS. Eecoipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during1 the past 24 hours 20 Cattle, 695 HoffB. Shipments 436 Cattle, 1,250 Hoes. There were no cattle scarcely on the market. The receipts were merely nom inal. One bunch of feeding steers sold for 2.42)4. The alleys were quiet today, not much being done. The prices on cat tle remain about steady, there being no fluctuation worth mentioning. The hog receipts were considerably lighter than they have been for the past two days The quality, however, holds its own. The hoiji arc beginning to bhow the feeding of the early fall. Considerable sorting was doue by packers and shipper-5, and some tail enders sold for very low prices. A few of the early sales were made lit j csterday'b prices, but the market de clined 5 cents before the close, and late Miles were made at the decline. Market closed slow and 5 cen...

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 October 1890

"tf M. JJTI KllOCK. TMItftr. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CHIEF JCSTICS. jvnwrtll.HftrtoB Stawneo county OOVKttXOK. ryinnu U. UNmetae Mesttrowery county 1.1KCTKXAXT JWVKKSOB. A.J. Ft Netasea county SrCUeTAnY 01 rfTATB. Yimmfegte Shawnee ceanty fcVATE TKKAfsCKEE. KO.Stovor KepvWic ooesir ATTUKNKV GENKKAL. L.U. Koltawr Ijyonoeaety KTAVK CW.IMNTBNWtNT. CcwrcW. biases Geary cetwty STAVE AUOlTOK. C.M.IIwor Tnwseacesaty I"OH COJMJKHS. JAMR5 K. HA11.0SM,- ul sSedevtelt (Jess. For the State Legislature. n I)Wrtetr-Oeor I Dihhchu. K-l I)Wrt-K. WT 1Unb. UlU Ukarict-J. K. Healer. County Officers. rrnbntc Judcc W. T. BwefciMjr, C -otuity AUonwy- W. S. MorrU; tlerk rostrV Oowrt-Cnsa. H. Laltec. huiwrtatondent I'uWtc Inrtroc4Jkm-.il. Jle. lusiuMvDer First Dlftrlct-H. C. SmtUi. COL. HALLOWELL'S APPOINTMBNTS. Hon. J. Ti. Hallowell, Republican candi date for congress, will nddrusw the voters of i lie Seventh district at the -places and dates following: "MiPUflreon ip.tn., o r l.yuiiK .lp.au 1 IttleJUver...

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. — 25 October 1890

pc Wxdxiiti JpaiTy gaxjlc: atttwtag fHonrhtt), tfo&ei; 25. 1890. 25 .7 F Slii6,Ti3R'BHKtwPHIfc fl U.3I. Mrunoric. 1'. P. Mranoric. Y d.tor, Busings Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All lottrri pcrUinlnc in tho buslne" of tht jirlnt Sntr flejxirtTTMit w b'nclmr. or for advertising i-honld be adrtrpBBil to the business manager or vtlier communications to tlie otlllor. Thp o-nlv dully paper In Southwpotcrn Kana" or tlio Ark'ienn alley receUlne bovh the day and Jiicht Associate Pre Reports In full. lhKMvor I'HnitPTlnN DAII.TEACtE. In Advnnce Postage Prepaid. Dnr. onooopvone venr 7)p.tlv, onrropv. ' jnontl Itmlv. one copy, three nioiiUis. . 21 Dd'lv. one copv. one month , i? Th'ee times a week, any lnv d-ird. per v r .. 4 vj Tliren tlm a 'u-eek. anv day delred. six mo... - tn Minnay hfllj.Kn, IB pases, one copy, on j bunday Edition. 1C paces, one copy, wi monUi. J -J WkEivLV KAULh. Oneronv, one rear ' -5 Onecopv. slxirontif - '" PomUtnnv mav le made at nn...

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. — 25 October 1890

6 IxC'S2licTxita 5pailij acjte: jaiimfag fjorcuifl, jrf0fe-25 1890, GEQEGEL SENEY'S IlOffll IT IS IN A BEAUTIFUL SPOT MID NEW JERSEY HILLS. tTJiore the Railroad Financier and Meth odist Pliilanthropint liaises Horses and Cattle, Knjoys the Delights of Domes ticity and I2utertainB Ills Friends. Sjxjclal Correspondence. Mbndham, X. J., Oct. 13. Mr. George I Seney is known all over the country as a speculator in railroads, as a collector of pictures and as a zeuloua contributor to the charities of the Methodist denomina- maklm MR. SEXET'S nOME. tion, but it is not generally known that he is also an extensive fanner and a breeder f f horses and entile. Xo man of his day "has been mors successful than Mr. Seney n tittitinK several btnall railroads into one comprehensive system. In this kind of manipulation he made a great fort une, which he was enjoying in a very unselfish way when the panic of 18S4 was precipitated by the famous failure of Grant & Ward, and values of all kinds were ...

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. — 25 October 1890

fSHWiifiRPW''!iP!wi $Iw WixcliiiK paiIijfagTi: .fainrttacy Womxut rfrrtke 25, 1890. il I V THE DIREFUL SEA PUSS. HUMAN SACRIFICES CLAIMED BY THIS MONSTER OF THE DEEP. Fruitless rijrhts with Death The Un lucky Bather "Who Ig Once Caught In the Tolls Rarely II sea pes to Tell the Story What Gauges tho Fun. Few persons as they sit on tho shore and gazo on the ocean realize the whole truth of the waves. Fewer still comprehend the many dangers that lurk along the sands within two or three hundred feet of the shore. Tho white caps chase each other in rolickaomo frolic, the waves in their un dulating motion give a restful and quieting feeling to the spectator, and the fascination of plunging into tho surf and toying with the breakers grows apace. Who would suspect, much less suspicion, that there could bo any danger within n hundred feet of the shore? "Why, the water scarcely reaches to one's hips. There are hundreds of people in the surf, and a sug gestion of peril would be treated with d...

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. — 25 October 1890

jfce WiitMiu xili gaglie: -gabix'to pfomittg, ttote 25r 1890. Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar bnkinr powder. Highest of all in leavcnm: Htmigili. r.S.GovprnnientHeport.Auir.l .lbJ i . .im ilium 111 A BIG LOT -or- Willbcpiit on sale at 10 o'clock thus inorniu?. Price 18c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 K !M"ain, "Wichita KfcUj KKTA'IH. (Furnished by the Dcam Abstract Co. Tlio following transfer,! of reul estate wore fllod for record in the oliice of the register of deeds. Ira P. SwRii to Hiram Thomnkins 5 7 9Toieka me DuBois iz Corud s ;uld wd 4m Executon, Nettie .lorome to I W Wordy 117 Court st city 5S 00 To pekn live Zinnnetly's !ird '- Ira P 9wn to Hiram Thoinpkins mt in 85 S7 Cliihholin t city wd.... 4000 Margaret ifermes to Eliza M Fai ie 0 8 Wash in fit on ave Hermes add 8 10 Washington ave Abbott's add wd 2400 Albert Law to J F Law nw ne1' SCtewd 200 Leopold Havs to Jeannetle Kick 45 to 61 IUer st Waterman's 2nd add SfitoM Walerht G rieffenstein's add 1214 16 Lawn nvo Kir-h's M...

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. — 26 October 1890

Historical Society I, YOL. XIII, NO 138. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1S90.--TTTELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 2015. .tf0fi3ftBfeiutoiflBtaftftafBiinRante--, - 5--- I -4 (?A &n& iiaiiBiiuQ malt T I if i v. !i y ; JAMES G. BLAINE TAKES STOMP IX OHIO. THE An Historical Review of the Tariff Legislation of the United States. The Benefits to be Derived from Reci procity With the South American Countries Ably Set Porth, A Sarcastio Eeply to the Argument Set Porth in Oarl Schurfs Boston Speech Other Political News of Inter est from Various Parts of the Country. Cautok, 0., Oct 25. Secretary Blaine arrived here at noon from Pittsburg. He whs met at Alliance by a reception com mittee from Canton, and escorted to this city over the Pennsylvania road. A crowd of 3,000 people greeted Mr. Blaine with ?oud cheers as he alighted from the train, And followed his carriage, cheering all the way to the home of Major McKinley, whose guest he was during his stay here. Mr. Blaine was accomp...

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. — 26 October 1890

r 4- Jp WExchxtct gaily lv. fgmx&x mxhXQktitfbzv 26, 1890. 2 SPEEOH OFSENATOE PLUMB At the Crawford Grand Opera House, Wichita, Kansas, October 23, '90. Mr. Chairman. I-ndlos and Ucntlemiui. Fellow Citi zens or bedf-wlck County: I have always found great pleasure in coming to Wichita; first, because in all ray political aspiratious I have enjoyed the cordiul and effective support of all her peo ple during that period. I am glad to come to Wichita because in this western country Wichita represents what Mr. Conkling so aptly said of Gen. Grant, the "arduous greatness of things done." I feel when I am in Wichita that I am in the current of things, betokening growth, prosperity and all thn things that go to make the typical American common wealth. Two years ago just about this time I came to urge those who heard me to vote the Republican ticket, from president down to constable. I presented then, as best I could the reasons why I tuought Grover ( leveland and his narty ouuht to be 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. — 26 October 1890

"v 'j-,nyy-Viy8gfV"' ?' S&elSRMiitagailggagle: Jwutlajj-pfWittg, ttotfcr 26, 1890 l f ,(' ' (( 7 fHRHpS? FINANGEANDGOMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 24 hours 416 Cattle, 484 Hosts, Shipments 304 Cattle, 319 Hoars. The receipts of cattle were light today. A train-load of Texans were at the yards but went out in first hands. Good native butchers' cattle are in good demand at fair prioes.,Cattle have been steady during the entire week, no fluctuations being noticed. There was a strong demand the first part of the week for stackers, but during the latter part of the week the demand has not been so good. The market closed steady at yesterday's quotations. The run of hogs was light today. The market was off a nicklo from yesterday's piices. Trading was slow during most of the day, A few late loads caused a little activity just before the close. The best sorted packiug hogs brought 87K cents, but tail enders on squeelers were sol...

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. — 26 October 1890

-nrtyv-.tyi.-t1L,,i,m.Wt, ,fM) ayg-Tyanijua mm ..f -ir..-ivTOvrytJ"yfji 4 3fee MMxitit -gitiftj gagl'c: Jfantfag HEcnmiwrf, oioba- 26, 1890. EEPDBLICAN STATE TICKET. CIHEF JUSTICE. Albert H.norton Shawnee county GOVEUNOU. Lyman U. Humphrey Montcomery county LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. A.J. Felt Nemaha county SECRETARY 01' STATE. William HicEins Shawn eo county BTATE TKEASU1SE1L 6.0.Stover. Itepubllc county ATTOIIXET GEXEHAU X.B.Kelloefr Lyon county STATE SUrEUI.VTBN-DE.VT. Georcc "W. Wiuaiih Geary county STATE AUUITOIU CJI.norey Thomas county For Coxokes1?. JAMES II. HALLOWELL. or Sedgwick County. For tho State Legislature. fSi Dlrtrict Oeorcelj. Douc'a. fcSd Dlstrlct-K. W. Phillips, fcith Dbtrict-J. E. Henley. County Officers. Trobate Jnfice W. T. Uuckncr. County Attorney W. b. Morrle Clerk District Court-Cbas. U. Liillmr. Superintendent Public Instruction-.!). S Tence. CommUisioner First DUtrlctr-H, C. Smith. COL. HAL-LOWELL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. Jl. Ilallowell, Republican candi date f...

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. — 26 October 1890

Site WB&Mht gaittj gagte ira(fag Pfanriug, jtou"& 26. i 890. ! , , i . K ' ( M.M.MURnocic. Kdltor. I. P. MrnnocK, l?ustnes Manager. M. H. MUED00K & EEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters prrtntntnr to thn bmlnes of th print ing department or bindery, or for advertising phoald be Hddreosed to the business manajer or other communication to the editor. The onlv daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arlcnnpa Valley receiving both the day and night Associate Ptom Report In full. H.HJIH or prnsrniPTiox daii.t rAGLn. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dullv. one ropy on vear JR M Dally, one copy, pir months... . J Dally, one copy, three months .. .. 2 no Dally, one copy, one month . i Three tlracsaweet, any da s !"' rl, pery'r . 00 Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 M Sunday Kdltlon, 16 pages, one copv.ono year . . 2 TO faundar Edition, 16 pages one copy, btx month. 1 WEEKLT EAGLE. Onecnnr, one year ' 5n One copy, six months. . .. & hemlttance mav bo made ...

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. — 26 October 1890

6 3?fa WSiitMix gailggagfe: nnUn'WlimtinQfidabn 26, 1390. TnE VTIL.ULMID C. L. S. C. On Friday evening there was an attend ance of fifteen at the TVilliard Circle, and a very interesting program was rendered as follows: English History Lesson W. M. Grove. Astromony Questions.... Miss Jessie Clark Roll Call Quotations From Tennyson's Idyls of the King Our English Review Miss Lida Mills. Reading Saxons Discuss Christianity Miss Nora Woody. Music Quartette Sweet and Low Mrs. Clifford, Miss Sue Weaver, T. E. Weaver, Will M. Grove. Select Reading.... From Idyls of the King Miss Sue M. Weaver. Questions on Chautauqua articles. All formality has been laid aside and the meetings are as pleasant as a home circle. Everyone is interested and seems to be getting all the good out of the work that is possible. Mr. Darney and Miss Josie Millen are now members, and are taking up the work in earnest. There is a scarcety of young men in the circle, only numbering four, while there are twelve young la...

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. — 26 October 1890

pc WixclixtK patiltj gaale: J&mrfag SJsfowriag, doJmt 26, 1890, ill 1 'I A '' At WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Oct. 25. The highest temperature was 60 o, the lowest up to 7 p. in. was 44, and the mean 55, with slightly cooler, cloudless weather, fresh northwest and brisk to gentle north winds with high barometer, 80.30 at 7 p. m. Last year on Oct. 25, the highest tem perature was 65, the lowest 40, and the mean 55 , and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 72, 42 and 57. FllED L. JoirxsOK. Observer. Wak Department, Washington, D. C, Oct 25, 8 p. m. Forecast until 3 p. m. Saturday: For Kansas Fair weather, varaible winds, warmer by Monday morning. For Missouri Fair weather, northwest erly winds becoming variable and warmer by Mandap morning. Cures while you waitPreston's "Hed Ake," STANLEY'S REPLY. London, Oct. 25. The Herald will puTj lish tomorrow an interview with Mr. Henry .M. Stanley, in which the explorer says 'that ho con fd blast the reputa...

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. — 26 October 1890

8 Qht WLitkitx pailij "ExqIz: tttttTaij imftxg, (SteMfer 261890. 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AVE. 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS AVE. V, h n tfwtoXorfc WW JElJjJEki A BLACK DRESS GOODS Twenty pieces double "width, black cashmere, worth 25 cents. Eighteen pieces 36-inch black cashmere, good value at 35 cents. 19e 25e QQo Twenty pieces 36-inch English cashmere, black OOlj only; worth 45 cents. 39e 49e 59e 39e See Fifteen pieces all wool black Henriettas, sold elsewhere at 50 cents. Twelve pieces all wool 40-inch wide, fine finish Henriettas. Thirteen pieces 40-inch black Henriettas, extra good quality, silk finish. 49c, 59c and 69c, the best line of black brillian tines in the city. our beautiful line of black and white plaids, camels hair and Drap d'Almas. HOSIERY DEP'T. 19 cents. Ladies all wool ribbed hose. 25 cents. Ladies ribbed cashmere hose. 35 cents. Ladies fine cashmere hose. 29 cents. Boys all wool extra length bycicle hose. 3 for 25 cents. Childs all wool ribbed hose. 39 Cents 40 pieces all -wo...

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. — 26 October 1890

yrrlaW). ii imiiiTiiri.' , urn PARI TWO TA DAILY EAGE PAGES 9-12 WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 26, 1S90. THE L. if It i ; 1 u IV ONE PURPOSE AND TWO ENDS. By ALAN DALE. Illustrated by WAL TER H. M'DOUGALL. Copyright. All rights reserved. Lena Hartman, the banker's daughter, was one of those matter of fact maidens who seem to have been created as a use ful foil to the sentimental gushfulness of the romantic damsel. Miss Hartman was more than deli cately plump. Her appearance suggest ed an intense regard for meals. Like the German fraulein, who is not at all disinclined to talk lovo over a steaming dish of Frankfurter sausages, supple mented bj sauerkraut, Miss Hartinan was eminently healthy. As for her amiability, it was simply without limit. Miss Hartman was im pervious to the petty worries of life. One of her friends always declared that nothing less than an earthquake would ever cause her the least agitation. Henry Henshall called upon this portly maiden in due time, an...

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. — 26 October 1890

10 pc fSHiefciia gailtj gagfc: $mt0ag l&omhtg, rfohci; 26. 1890. swayed bacninasr sous "try'samo occu"lt magnetism "ho iras ancSgnEnt. He conHlaToeaidnradii far her, Taut that .he, a strong man, should be drawn like a pioco of iron Cling to the magnet by this fellow; whaca ha hated aad -whom he knew to bo a villain, mortified his pride. "It was only a chance coincidence," he said angrily to liimself. The next morning ho called at the houso where ho had been the night be fore with the singer. Ho had lost his programme of the concert, and could not recall her name. But ho trusted to his wit to find her. A colored man answerod his impatient ring at the bell. "Is there a public singer living in this building?' Honshall asked. "Yes, sir; there's two Mrs. Bucks and Miss Dudley." "Where is the man who was on duty last night at 11 o'clock?' ho inquired. "He doesn't come on till 6 this even ing," was the answer. "Well, you can take me to Miss Dud ley's," he said impatiently at a venture....

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. — 26 October 1890

ht W,itx&x 5paxlg fpujle: .Pmttlag Ranting, dxrttt 26, 1890. J J If Id . WF CHANGES. The Most Thoroughly Studied Bill Yet Framed. IT IS HERE SYtfOPSIZED. riio Last and Longed Fight on Sugar and Binder Twine Sugar Almost Un tariffed Xlio Bouia Carries Most of Its Points. Mr. Durfoc, clerk of the senate commit tee on finance, which had charge of the bill for the enate, has compiled a complete list of the changes, whion is presented here rrith. It lias been a work of great labor, requiring an expert knowledge of the tar iff. The first figures in each caso are those of the McKinloy bill; the last those of the law in force since the revision of 18S3. As the change in many instances has been from ad valorem to specific, it will bo seen that per cent, is in many cases only used in the figures for the old law: CHEMICAL SCHEDULE. Acetio acid not exceeding 1.047 specific gravity, IX cents a pound; 2 cents. Boracic acid, 5 cents a pound; 4 cents for commercial. Chromic acid, 10 cents; 15 p...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 26 October 1890

12 glxe WitiSfite Saa gagfc: xxn&mWrobtt2t 890. THESES ON KOYALTT. BILL NYE TRIES TO DISSUADE MR. REED PROM BEING A CZAR. J3a Cites Instances Sliowlnc That It'a No Fan to Iluvo to Ucijpi Ten Hours Every Say, aud Assures tliti Slun from Maine That Ho Wouldn't Jlcally Like It, lOopj-riht by Kdgrar W JTye. The terrible suffering and the pitifnl condition of the -working classes throngh out the conntrv, so easily traced to the acta of that fiend in linmau form known as Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, who has been very properly called by a free, fear less, bnt perpetually outraged press the Czarof America, leads us to inquire what is a czar and whither are we tending. If 1 had been told forty 3'oars ago that amid the citron groves and spruce gum vine- KBASQXINQ WITH REED. yardB of Motmt Katahdin, or in soma clover enameled pasture of tho mighty Pine Tree State, a great big coarse czar would be born, whoso influence would "be felt throughout Europe and as far "back as Rome City, Ind., I wou...

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