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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 13 November 1890

,'- " l v J ' I J aaaaa JljWirM fhfSMi5yiln 1''.i n I r. nficnrTTtllinlrfWlFpiMllfw'Ll'1 'lJflEMWaKgPWMaaM&MBMfefSsTsrW. l J r YOL. XIJX NO 153. WICHITA KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOTEMEER 13, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2030. BULLS AND BEARS. T1IE LATEST FROM THE SCENE OF THE LATE PANIC. The Stock Market of New York Gradually Recovering its Former Tone. Two More Pirms Porced to the "Wall as a Eesult of the Present Tightness in the Money Market. A Report That the Gould Crowd Have Again Obtained Control of the Union Pacific Railroad Scenes and Incidents of the Day in the Street. New Yoke, Nov. 12J The stock market today showed a materially better feeling both in the street and on the outside, and there was a most gratifying confidence dis played, that not only was the worst now over, but that the improvement would bo quick and sharp. The action of the clear ing house committee, in coming to the re lief of the banks in difficulty, was the means of restoring the confidence of many. "while the i...

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. — 13 November 1890

'xt WlkHln gzify gapgfa: 'ghmsiXzq Lamiua, tjfauemfei; 13, 1890. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Nov. 12. The highest temperature was5SO, the lowest 2S, and the mean 4o, with slightly warmer, cloudless weather, gentle northeast to east winds and higher prea bure. Last year, on Nov. 12, the hichest tem perature was 41, the lowest 27, and the mean. 34 and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 48 , 34 and 41 . Fued L. JoiiXSON, Observer. Wak Depaktmext. Washington, d. C, Nov. 12, 8 p. in. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday: For Kansas and Colorado Fair, warmer except slightly cooler in extreme eastern Kansas, variable winds. For Missouri Fair, slightly cooler, ex cept stationary teairerature in extreme southeastern portion, northwesterly winds. GENERAL CROOK'S REMAINS. Washington. Nov. 12. The remains of the late Maj. Gen. George Crook were brought to this city this morning from Oakland, Md., and were interred wi-hmil-itary honors in the national cemetery at 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. — 13 November 1890

!& WLkMiz pailij gaole: Jmis3x$ IPmrmtj, ffoiieiixoci: 13, 1890 FJNANCEANDC0M1ERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours -805 Cattle, 475 Hogs. Shipments 629 Cattle, 430 Hoga. The receipts of cattle were fair. The market was strong on good stuff. Three loads of Texas cows brought $1.75. Good fat native cows brought ?2.30. More good cattle could have been sold at good prices. A train load of Texas cattle went out in first hands, also two loads of native feed ing steers. The run of hogs was light. The trading was done early in the day at yesterday's prices. The bulk of the hogs were bought by the packers, purchasers holding off. Heavy hogs brought as high as $3.G0. Medium and packing hogs sold at from (3.45(33.55. The market closed steady at yesterday's quotations. WI0HITALTraST00K" MAEEET WirtiiTA. Kan 2ov. 1! CATTLS. The supply of cattle was fair today. Tho mar 1 ft waftrongon pood stuff. Texas cow brought H 7f, ttood native co...

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. — 13 November 1890

3?fe MicMfct gaily gaglx: glntrstTatj pCovtxhtg, ifaunuhxv 13, 1890. M m. .Jl'ltlXJCK, TVUto. Oklahoma's spring bonnet is to corao inthe6hapo of several annexations and a speody race for statehood. Tho exact amount of flesh Grover Cleveland lost when he heard of Plumb as a presidential iiossibility in '92 is not recorded. There have been five tidal-wave years 1840, 1852, li74, I8S2 aud 1890 in the annuls of American politics. K. C. Gazette. And the last one was the worst of tho lot: a sort of culmination, as it were. At present in doesn't appear that any amount of gerrymandering Governor Hill may bo able to do, will prevent Cleveland from being tho next Demo cratic presidential nominee. According to the consensus of occupa tions of the members-elect to the next legislature there will he four lawyers only in that body. "What a time they will havo trying to keep the enactments an duo form of law. OH YES, NOW WHISTLE. The Republican party of the state emerges from the smoke of the most...

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. — 13 November 1890

i.. ? . . m t iffltp tjiaftnw , ..; , j,n1 ,v.. ,,j ,. j ' " ;i ?." i rtiiji of .. iNr-""a vgKg3r;iir i T "Tii Y , jwi. SIxc Miclxita; gailtj gaglc: Jg&ttrsifcnj fHrttar& fjtonxmoxr 13. 1890. M. M. Mrnnorir. j H. P. MnrnorK, Editor. I Jiulne4 Manager. & 1L MUEDOOK & BBO. Publishers and' Proprietors. M lritir rrf alnlne to th bn1nt4 of the prlnt Jrr flrpnrlnrnt or tilndrrv. or for mlvrrtlslne ihonirt Iks addrrownl to tho bns'ness manajer or othrr communlrMlonn to th editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kftn"n or Ue Arlanas Valley receiving Vitli the day anJ nlcht Associate Pres Reports In full. lUtjiPorsrnirnirTtovDAii ytkoix. In Advance Potaje Prepaid, Dul'r. one ropr one rear J' m Dnllr, onncopv, lx month JJ Pallv. one conr. three mnntfm "On Dully, one eopv. one month . J Threetlraesa week, nnr dvdelrel. iwrv'r . 4 m Three time n week, any dav detrl. Mt mo. J-nnnay t nijion, IB pace, one copv, one venr Ltm.l.i VJtlj. . . .. .... olrmfint THINGS THAT AKE COMI...

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. — 13 November 1890

-w "- pe itMtx giTXQU?htsfatz Wanting, gtowmTre); 13, lIr8So. 1HME Wirii to WhA oca b A Ma nnfa itiunnrf Hancac lllvllllUi II UVlvMUflv A. AfAMJAlAJLIAvLIAJL XAXW llvUMvUi WHAT b JiALL WE WEAE? AUTUMN FASHIONS THAT FIND FA VOR AT HOME AND ABROAD. A New and Attractive Gown "Which. Is Snitablo for Either Reception, Evening or Sinner Dross and Shows a Good Figure to Especial Advantage. Evening dresses are most of them devoid of drapery. A charming gown, appropri ate cither for dinner, reception or evening wear, is illustrated in our cut. This gown, which shows to advantage a good figure, depends greatly upon its absolutely per fect fit for success. The model here shown is in crocus green net spotted with mauve chenille wafers. It is edged around the Bkirt and along the coat tunic with rows of silver and mauve ribbon, two bands of which encirclo the semi-long sleeves, and are finished off with a bow. The atoma.her, cuffs and bands that en rich this go ,vn are in brilliant cut bead- WHAT...

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. — 13 November 1890

hc- WLi&ttz ipailij gagle: ImrstTatij ptumiucf .mmtbtv, i3? 1890. (V MRS. CARTEFVS COMING DEBUT. Edith gcssitan Tuppcr Tr rites About the ranniH Chicago Woman. .An event of dramatic interest will occur on Nov. 10, vrhcn Mrs. Leslie Carter will make her debut ia Mr. Paul Potter's play "The Ugh' Ducklih" " Mrs. Cnrtrr h. been an indefatigable student. She has resolutely worked and ttudied; has shut herself away from the public, taking no rest and seeing no one. Mr. lielusco has coached her. aud he intimates that the the- MRS. LESLIE CArTER. aire going public is about to be surprised. As the title of the play indicates the hero ine is at first a refl'jed romp, but who of course becomes a charming woman ere the curtain falls on the last act. A story has gone the rounds that Mr. Potter wrote a situation expressly for a $10,000 cloak which Mr-. Carter bought in Pans. I am authorised to deny this tale. There is uo such situation, there is no such cloak. Mrs. Carter's stago wardrobo was...

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. — 13 November 1890

sfr IP Wkxchiiz gailtj Eaglje: hixvs ifcuj $Qtxiin$, anembtt 13'-, 1890; 8 II Highest of all in Leavening Power. Frffal Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE A BIG LOT OF "Will be pnt on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. Price 18c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main. "Wichita AMUSEMENTS. CRAWFORD GRAND o o II. h. CnAwronn, Manager Carnival of Musical Burlesque Extravaganza, "Wednesday and. Thursday, Nov. 12, 13 TWO NIGHTS ONLY ! The corcronsly Illustrated poetic minlsal dream, under the direct personal management of E. E. Rice. The World's Fair Rendered In all its elaborate completeness by the celebra'-ed Kice's : Surprise : Party cowrmsmc 60 SIXTY ARTISTS 60 Superlative In unexampled dazzling splendor, regal In magnificent scenery, prodliral In glittering costumes, replete a 1th bewildering transformations Full of bowitchtng dances, sparkling songs of dulcet melody, rippling wit and humor rrt. 3rlmful of travesties on history, tragedy, comedy, yeraand drama. A Marvel in Theatrical History PRICES-S1....

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 November 1890

jSHBraailn Kan s. Historical Society YOL. XIII, NO 154 WICHITA KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NO TEMBER 14, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2031. (o s . nii.i -. ..t i .i.tmmdi m - i , ii 11-55 is--. a- -v MAIN. CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTHDAY OF ALLEN G. THURJIAN. The Event Made an Occasion for Post-rrandial Oratory by Dcmocidlic Chiefs, Grover Cleveland on the Responsibilities and Duties of American Citizen shipOther Addresses. A Distinguished Gathering of Mossbacks and Bourbons from All Over the Coun tryScenes and Incidents of the Day and Evening. COLUMBUS, G , Mov. 13 Unon tho cal endar which to the civ Hired w orld marks the cycles of time tho 13th of November recalls no significant historical ev cnt, but to the Demociacy of Ohio this dite has long been, as indeed to tho Democracy of the nation It has now become, sjnonvnious with tho term of "Thurman day." Seven ty sc en 3 tars oro today Allen G Thur man, the ' Old Roman" of the Buckeve Democracy, first saw the light, and the Democrats of the nation hae ...

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 November 1890

t WiicHiK cxihj gsgfo f ritTatj f&m&m wtmbtz 14, 1890. been stricken from said bill, nor otherwise acted upon, and the same is now a part of said bill; and. Whereas, The said bill, after its passage, nnd before being sent to the council, was grossly mutilated and emasculated by some one, by omitting therefrom said sec tion No. 10; and that said bill so mutilated nnd emasculated came from said council back to this house, and now is before this body for the bignature of the speaker. Therefore, the undesigned members of this house do hereby protest ugainst the speaker attaching his signature to said bill, as it is not house bill Xo. 4'J, neitheris it a correct copy thereof; and the speaker is hereby requested to withhold his signa ture therefrom until such time as the al leged facts can be examined into. V. II. Merten, W. S. Kobertson, W. II. Camp bell, R. J. Harkor, S. M. Lewis, J. L. Smith, G. TV. Clark, I. N. Terrill, J. L. Mathews, W. C. Adair. Mr. Terrill arose nnd apologi...

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 November 1890

S& Wiichxiu mlxji gayle: "gxitXw W swing, xntmbtz 14, 1890 WICHITA MAEKET3. Receipts of Live Stoclc at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours -97 Cattle, 933 Hogs. Shipments 135 Cattle 188 Hobs. The receipts of cattle were fair. Several loads of Texas cattle that were held over from yesterday were on the market today. Several loads of them were sold at $1.73 for cows and $2.00 for steers. A few good natives were offered. One lot of shipping steers brought $3.40. Butchers stuff was dull and 10 to 15 cents lower ac the close. Hut few cattle were held over. Tho receipts of hogs were fair. The market was strong throughout the day at yesterday's prices. Most of the hogs were bought by the packers, shippers and spec ulators taking very few. Several loads of late hogs were held over. One late load brought $3.00. Heavy hogs brought as high as $3.65. Pigs and lights were slow at low prices. The market closed steady and strong. WICHITA LIVE ST00K MAEKET Wichita. Karu Nor. 13. CATT...

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. — 14 November 1890

4 'ghz MicMia gaily gagfe: ffwtfatj fPofcuimj. fjoirmtlxcr 14-, 1S90. oiririciAL HETURsrs oir election Held, in Sedgwick Coxinty, Kansas, November 4tli, 1890. y Governor. Lieut. Cor. sec of fatatc. Auditor. Treasurer. jTr.Unex.TermAI.GenSt.su. Pnb. In. Ch. Jnancvc'oag'sl y. tffgfr- Probate Judga., Co. AtVr. Clerk. i County bupt. SCd D strict. SHU UUt. I S3J District. . Coantj COB. g? J ""CnfCM' ' f I f I : f f I f ! ? I f f f 5 f r F ? ? f f ! j I f f I I jellify! ? f f ft I ? jf? ? ? ? f ? I f ? f f f ! f ? f ? ? I l-fl ? : . r- a (First Preolnct 37 M2 6 2 51 ITi 9 2 M "lffl TI 2 .wlfc'u'-2 K 15 il " 2 K "Tffi ll "Tills; 57 IS "Ttj 2! &' KTS," Ulli m:loi,M TS "sijlo 24 lllasl" IHTgJ "" 2 T7j Hj wl 111 1 ................ "lH Tsj ,!$i VH It " iS f?i? First Ward jcond ITopinct 42 272 14... (3 24S 17.... SI 223 IT! 8 2W 2).... SJ 22T K .... S3 2H K .... 75 23S 85 224 17.... 87 Ml 13, l.H' 157i 154 79 IfO 113 161. 127 3 .... lilt Id 21 2i 111 15137 24!.... ' 125 12 25 1 TTOj 21... 1...

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. — 14 November 1890

'ght "cKHMriia gaily itgle: ffx-Mau. fftcrrwiug, fpmbtr 1. 1 S90. 5 II. M. llnnpocrc, 1 I-P.Mnnocit, hilltor. i Umliiess Manager M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pprtalnlne to the lm'nes of th print Inc rtfpnrtmrnt or bindery, or for ndvprtlslnc Fhoald be addrefMNl to the business manager or other cnmmonlratlorn to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kn.na or tin ArkMiMS Valley recelrlns both tlio day ana nlcbt Associate Proas Reports In full. li-UM a op RrnsntiPTiov n a it v r aole. In Adrance Postage Propald. PbHt, oneropvone rear . J J1 rinllr. one poor, xlxmontha. 4 "' RallT. one conr. three montli 20 Dally, one ropv. one month .. Three times a week, any dav detrel, per T'r. ., Three times a week, anv davs destreil. six mo. . r. (01 2 .VI am Minnay I-union, lfl pnpes, one cony, ono vrur cuaaay tuiuon. iu pages, one copy tjz mouth. 1 2j VTEKh.LV EAGLE. nneeopT, one rear W (J! One ropr. six months .. .. " TlemHtanee mux bo made nt onr r...

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. — 14 November 1890

& 5P Mtita gaily gagle: ffriclag Sfotfttftig, IJmrmW 1, 1990. IB Wiriiitfl WhnlflQflh A IfliiiifaPtiiPiM Hniiono II1V1111U IIUVIUUUIU U HiUUUiUlilUiillg 11VU0UD. OLIVE AT THE OPENINGS. OUR FASHION LOOKS AT CORRESPONDENT NEW STYLES. And Here Sbe Sets Down In Black and "White the Result of nor Observations. Some rictnres That Materially Explain thm tetter. Special Correspondence New York, Oct 1C This week: I have conscientiously taken in four mil linery openings and live to tfil the tale, but -when I sit down with my faithful pen to tell about the bonnets and hats I feel that it is like putting decalcomania pictures oa a lily, or adding a ruffle to the petals of a rose. Such lovely little bonnets, just the Bhapo of a saucer with a piece broken The houses given below are representative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished thus for ready refer ence xor xne coum generally, as wen as ior cicy ana suDuroan buyers. Dealers and inquirers should correspond direc...

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. — 14 November 1890

ss 3pt WritlxitiX gaiUj gaglc: gfrtflcnj xrruxtrg ijtfjelxer, 14, 1890 """- - - ...j IEEYOKE! Mr Dtin FjiTnoi I am writing to tell you that I am still alive and now In England. May 1 come back to Ormsby Grange? I have been a bad son to you In the past, but I will try to make up for it, God willing, In the future. It is nearly thrco years since our quarrel, when I left home and went abroad. Since then I hare been wan derlng about the world, an exile from my native land, spending a wretched existence, which has both cbastoned and sobered ma I am a different man, believe me, to what I was three years ago If you will not have mo back again at the Grange at all events let me see you soon when and where you will. Myers, the money lender, to whom 1 gave the post-obit bond which was the unhappy cause of my final rupture with you, has heard of my return and is, I know, on my track. I cannot, of courbe, pay him his iniquitous demands unless you help me to settle with him. Tray write to me in ...

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. — 14 November 1890

S&e miickxtz gailu, -pIe: Hfrftfeg $,omm$, Qextewfotx 14, i9J?. 8 K Highest of all in Leavening Power. ASS A BIG LOT -OF- W COLLAR Will toe pnt on sale at 10 o'clock this moaning. Price 18c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 iST Main. Wichita CKAWTOItn GRAND. o o L.M. CitAwrOKD. Slancac TWO NIGHTS Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14 and 15. and Saturday Matinee. ABIZOM JOE COMBINATION THE IJlG EASTERN' DRAMATIC SENSATION Headed by Huffalo Bill's Only Jllvnl ARIZONA: JOE, The Shootlne Star Famou Scout, Actorand Cham pion Uifie bliot of llio Woi Id, bupiiortod by a Specially Selected Eastern Dram atic Company, and tho Greatest Acting Dogs in the World! IN TWO KEALISTIC DRAMAS. Black Hawks -AND THE- Wild Yiolet Jumbo, tho Largest St. Bernard Doc In tho 'world. Introducing two horse on tho blase Company carry tliolr own Spoclul bconcry. Seats now on wilo. CnAWrOKD-GltANi) o o L. 31. CiiAWronn, Manager ONE NIGHT ONLY Tuesday, November 18. The Jolly Geramu Dialect Comedian and Sweet feinj;er, CMS. :...

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. — 15 November 1890

rpr"?'' nmuMniua Rlj. I IHyUI L II W -W IW W I IPI Jl IJIWliaaaaaBBaaaaBBJBaBBja alio Kag ThWirhil Kans. Historical Socftty j VOL. XIII, NO 155. WICHITA KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2032. Y MURDERER OF BENWELL EX HATES HIS CRIME, Vhe Mystery Surrounding the Com mission of the Crime as Deep as Ever, Vhe Condemned Man Denies the Authorship of All Confessions that Have Been Attributed to Him. fhe Prisoner's Conduct Before Execution and His Last "Words to the Hang man Mrs. Birchall's Condi tionPull Particulars of the Execution. Woodstock, Ont., Nov. 14. The pris oner Birchall ate a good supper to fortify himself for his last visit. At 7 o'clock Uirehnll had just finished supper, when a carriage drove up to the doorol the prison. It contained Mrs. Birchall, Mrs West .lones and Mr. Leltham. All three went Into the jail, hut only Mrs. Birchall climbed the circular iron stairs to her hus band's corridor. At 8 o'clock Mrs. West Joins and her companion left the jail ...

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. — 15 November 1890

;iie WLitWix hitly gagfr: J&ttmTag $omitxg; onuremTrer 15, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. SlGKAL Office. Wichita, Kan., Nov. 14. The highest temperature was 50 , the lowest 43, aud the mean 46, with lower pressure, gentle south to west winds and light rain. Rainfall up to G p. m. .40 inch. Last year, on Nov. 14, the highest tem perature was 40, the lowest 24, and the mean 32 and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 57, 38 and 4S. Fr.ED L. Joiiksok. Observer. WARDEPARTIEKT.WASIinarOK. D. C, Nov. 14, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. ni. Saturday: For Kansas Light rain, slightly cooler, northerly winds. For Missouri No change in tempera ture, variable winds. SOPH'S EEMEDY. Interesting Pacts in Eegard to the New Treatment for Consumption, Berltk, Nov. 14. The article by Prof. Koch in this week's number of the Deutsche Medizinische AVochenblatfc, a German medical weekly, is entitled "fur ther communications on the cure of tuber culosis, and experiments which Doctor Libbcrtzand staff...

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. — 15 November 1890

r,H,,,7Wt ""' - " $ ''T'--" JfteStticWtagailggagle: JfaiimTtj piantm gtoamfccr 15, 1890 3 WICHITA 1IAKKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours No Cattle, 844 Hogs. Shipments 12 Cattle 170 Hogs. The receipts and shipments of cattle were nominal. Nothing was offered ex cept some common stuff. Prices remain unchanged. Only one light load was for warded. Market closed steady. The receipts of hogs were fair. The market was active and '35 cents better than yesterday's close. Trading was done carlv in the dav, the local packers taking the bulk of the hogs at $3.603.65. Top heavy hogs sold for $3.70. There is not much improvement in the pig market, lights and pigs running from $2.402.55 The pens were about all cleaned up, there being nothing hardly left unsold. The market closed steady at the advance. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET Wichita. Kan., Nov. It. CATTLE. ' Th rcrtnt atxl shipments of cattle wore nominal. Prices unchanged Ntttut V.'ppnuc htoTF, KOfwl...

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. — 15 November 1890

4 3?fo WiicMtK gaily: gagtc: Jfaiurclaij f&or.ttiwn;. fJoittMheu 15, 1 890. 51 m. MntllOCK. Tytfr. Hero is what tho Democrls of Wiscon sin get for standing in the trough with all four foot, and noseing everything else away: The hog cholera has broken out and threatens to b 3 tho worst epi demic that ever occurred in the state. A PUBLIC BENEFACTION. The majority against prohibition in Nebraska is now set down at 40,000. Some people may not view it in that light, but it is nevertheless susceptible of being interpreted as a compliment to Kansas, with present indications of a mind on Kansas' part to return the com- ited members of the medical profession pliment, tho first opportunity. " will have no uitticulty m procuring the iormuia. ine suuermg puonc win, no Prof. Koch, the di&patches tell us, has decided not to give tho public tho form ula for his consumption cure. Come to think of the matter calmly, the professor is probably right. As he says, in the reason given for withhol...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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