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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 November 1890

; ". n-nprwj ThWirMg ,Kirn istoK The Wichita Daily Eagle has the Largest Circulation of any Daily in Kansas. The Wichita Daily Eaghe gives all the Kews of the day in a Bright, Crisp, Compact Form. m YOL. XIY, NO 4. WICHITA KANSAS, FRIDAY MOKNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2037. Jlailt) 3kg I' THE NEW YORK STOCK MARKET CLOSES HEAVY AND DULL. A Slight Gain in Trices Over The Figures of the Trcceding Day. Confidence Being Bestored in the London Market A Heavy Failure at the Quaker City. A Plausible Explanation of the Present Monetary Situation by a New York Banker President Adams Beady to Eesign-Other Financial Notes. Tower, Jr., was elected president. A syn dicate, consisting of Drexel & Co., Brown &Co., The Providence Lite and Trust company and the Pennsylvania company IOr tlie insurance Of lives RTIli tJm rrranflnrr of annuities, has been formed for the pur pose of advancing the Finance company of Pennsylvania any amount of monev that may be necessary to to meet its outst...

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. — 21 November 1890

ffn wsBn-"' W1"WR? Ft"-1 -RWf-wF. f ifjwjVgjii iuy..i I,., yyw NMNtMffWp 2 JIxc titlxiia aily aglc: ffiiflag-onxmxr; fJcrucittTrer 21, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. "Wichita. Kan., Nov. 20. Tho highest temperature wasGG, the lowest 41, and the mean 54, -with warm cloudless weather, gentle to fresh boutherly winds, and nearly stationary high barometer. Last year, on Nov. 20, the highest tem perature was 55. the lowest 41 , and the mean 48, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 30, 25 and SOP- Fr.ED L. JonxsoK, Observer. TVAR Department, Washington-. D. C, Nov. 20, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Friday: For Kansas Fair till Saturday night; slightly colder, except slightly warmer in southern portion; variable winds. For Missouri Fir till Saturday night; warmer, southerly winds. WHAT IS THE REMEDY? SmXGFIELD, III., Nov. 20. The dis patches from Berlin have been notably barren of surmises as to the exact thing which constitutes Professor Koch's con sumption cure....

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. — 21 November 1890

Site WLitMix Hatlg $: gri tog fftoomittg, gtaarmfar 21, 1890 m RHANGBANDOOHHBBCB "WIOHTTA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during1 the past 24 hours -634 Cattle, 1,216 Hogs. Shipments 424 Cattle 405 Hops. The receipts of native cattle were light. There were several loads of Texas cattle on the market, but were forwarded in first hands. The demand for butchers stuff was cood. Xo feeding cattle were on the market, but there was some inquiry for this grade. No change in prices. The run of hogs was good today. The quality was a little butter than for the past few days. Some sorting was done by packers, who took the bulk of the hogs bold. Shippers held off today and as a consequence about 1,000 hogs were left unsold. The market was slow but prices remain about at yesterday's quotations. A few Mexico and light hogs were about nil that were sold for shipment. The market closed steady. WICHITA LIVE ST00K MARKET Wichita. Kan., Nor. 20. CATTLE. The- receipts of caule w...

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. — 21 November 1890

'T'TST. "i 4 3P tKidwbt gsrilg gaglc: f rulajj Ipxamiitg tJowuefcer, 21, 1S90. M. M. 3IUKD0CK, Editor. The Philadelphia Times proposes as a good method of reciprocity -with Cuba, to send her free all our cigarettes and cigaretto smokers and admit free her cigars. A good scheme. They have had are having great times over in Britain. The B(e)aring Bros, have been doing their level best to prevent the Bulls from getting them down, and finally had to call on the old lion for help. There would be a little consolation in the reflection that this is an off year; but when one thinks of about it seriously it is too awful to think about. The Demo crats, on final count, gained auothor con gressman from 3Iichigan. The rapid decline of the Democratic party in Kansas might be arrested by the prompt application of Prof. Koch's con sumption cure. The bacillse in its organ ization are very numerous, and unless they can bo killed it is doomed. Gen. Lew Wallace prefers to remain an author, and does not...

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. — 21 November 1890

i S glxc Mliclxitct gailtj gacjlc: gfrMag WLomhtQ, IJcoxcmfrcv; 21. 1 890 K Is M. II. MDRPorir. ! ll r. MmnofK, Editor. I Business Manasor. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. .All 1r ttor jwrtalnlncr to the btnlnfs of the print ire iT"tn,ont or bindery, or for advertlslnc rhonld be nddrcwflil to the business manager or othfr commnnlrntlons to thp editor. The only dally pnper In Southwestern Knna or thr ArVnnMis Valley receiving both the day and nlcbt Associate Press Keports In full. uuuip op rnrKtPTiov hati.v t.agle. In Advance Postase Prepaid. P11r, one copy onn rear f ' Pally, one copy, Mr months- J JJ Dolly, one rnpv, three months - U.1 Pally, one ropy, one month ',' Three times a week, any days desired, pery'r... Three times a weelc. any dars desired, sir mo... ' Pnndav FdlJIon, 16 paces, one copr, one year ... i J" Sunday Edition, 1G paces, one copy, sir months. 1 WKLKLY EAGLU. rnecopy. one year 92 Oncopy, sir months. Remittance mav lm made at our rislc either...

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. — 21 November 1890

6 p michiU gailij fgagle; gricfcqj Piiht& Sghromtes 21, 18 W, CARLTON OPEKACO. Jeannio Winston's operatic training anil methods were never seen to greater advan tage than with tho Carleton company. The wedding party in tho first act of "Nanon" as given by the Carleton com pany, is extremely amusing. In this scene Clara Windom appears in a make up, that, although bordering on tho gro tesque, gives evidence of her ability as a charaotor-actross, and the same applies to her performance in 'iErminie." Opera house Monday and Tuesday even ings. RUXXIXG WILD. It is a long time since the Court Street theater lias put on a better play or had a better house than that of last evening. Af tor the galleries and boxes had been Jillod by people who could get no seats auy whero else, the last of the comers went away to return pt'rhaps some other nigl. . "Running Wild" is much funnier thau the average light fun. the puns and say ings art, iimv nnd ljikintr. and the claim of miscellaneous made by...

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. — 21 November 1890

$Iie WBMv&x gailxj gaglc: IfriOay Ptoruiug, fjtanem&er 21, 1890. ! m FASHIONS OF THE DAY, WHAT IS LATEST IN THE LINE Of DRESS FOR LADIES. Somo Gowns That Are Tailor Made and Some That Are Home Made "What I the Proper Thine in Mourning Garb. Other Matter. Special Correspondence. New York, Nov. 13. Like the Mar chioness, I like to "make believe" some times. Orange peel and water make de licious lemonade if you only think so, and by turning and twisting and making over, old gowns can bo made into seem ingly royal raiment if you only "make believe" hard enough. But it is rather monotonous. You may deceive your friends, but never yourself. Now, here is an illustration of this the ory: Here is a young lady serenely uncon scious of herself and happy in her perfect -tilFi ' TAILOR MADE HOME MADE. tailor made gown of gray serge, with i5 dainty little bands of embroidery up the front, with its pretty capo with the double rows of silken balls and its all in all finish, with the hat to ...

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. — 21 November 1890

8 Jpe tfiKicMta gailrjgagte:. gf ritlmj portt, Staroenfc' 21,9,0. Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. n ' s&& ixjwocf ABSOLUTELY PURE Cut halo of High Grade Hats. "Joe the Hatter" bays that ho never sold bo many fine stiff, Derby and soft felt hats, in the fcuuie time as he has in the three lavs of this week, us per advertisement in thfs morning's EAGLE. At the request of u great many clerks and others, who do not get their pay till Saturday, he has con v w1m1 to continue the sale todny and Sat urday, to give everybody an opportunity t 1 make liieir purchases. Stetson $4.50 a nd $6.00 bats now selling at S3 "A Either Knox or Dtnilap styles at $HM worth $3.00. Joshua Turner's (imported) English Derby iat, S3 CO, worth &3.U0. Our $3.00 stiff hat at tJU5. Our trade mark is in every hat and every lint is mmranteed strictly firstf class Joe the Hatter, 140 North Main street. AOTSEMEim- raWFOKDGitA:-r V j o I.. X. chaw yonn, ilaneac ENGAGEMENT...

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. — 22 November 1890

t " e Jlj'Wiihfla Elans. Historical Society The Wichita Daily Eagle lias the Largest Circulation of any Daily in Kansas. The Wichita Daily Eaglx gives alii the News of the day ia a Brigh t, Crisp, Compact Form. YOL. XIY, NO 5. WICHITA KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, N 0 VEMfiER 22, 1890. WHOLE NO. 203a Haifa lag w lvr; ' t . THE NEW YORK STOCK MARKET DECIDEDLY BULLISH. commercial centers than might hare been expected. At Philadelphia money is tight and commercial paper almost unsaleable. The Late Feeling of Distrust and Alarm Succeeded by One of Confidence and Hope. An Agreement Said to Have Been Reached by the Gould and Santa Fe Interests to Maintain Rates, The Condition of Business as Shown by Dun's Weekly Review Other Pinanoial Matters at Home and Abroad A Broken Bank Motes. New York. Nov. 21. The stock market toda j was quite active again, and at the bame time decidedly strong and even buoy aut at times; and the improved temper to speculation was continuous throughout the day, the upw...

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. — 22 November 1890

!fee WXidxiiz gailn, gagtc: fffrhnrffinj ptommg, ftoxftttfay 22, 1390. GENERAL if S. THE NEWS OF THE DAY FROM ALL OYER TliE COUNTRY. Report of Surgeon General Hamil ton on Foreign Im migration. A2f6w Railroad Company Organized to Ran a Line Prom Omaha, Nebraska, to Galveston, Texas. The Movements of the Paimera' Alliwica The Congressional Returns of Kan sasThe Hennessey Assassins Others News of Gen eral Interest. WEATHER BULLETIN. EiKAii Office. "Wichita. Ivan.. Nov. 21. The highest temperutuie was CO5, the lowest 43, and the mean 515, with pcncrallv cloudless weather, fresh south erly winds ihiftinc to brisk northerly, with falling temperature and rising bar ometer. Laitycar, on Nov. 21, the hicbest tem perature wnsfiC, the lowest SO , and the mean 46, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 41, 2D5 and FnED L. Jonssox. Observer. Wai: Department. Washington. D. C, Nov. 21, 8 p. m. Forecast until S p. m. Saturday: For Kansas: Fair, slightly cooler north erly winds, fa...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 November 1890

f. "Twr)"! ij'wm;jpijiiifmpnjwi!UPPW'ini'i' "n- --- putx-a X"-S fce IBlicMia gaifrj gag!: jahmlag lmtmcj , nmiribtz 22, 1890 X FINANCE AICOMIiE WIOHITA MABXKTS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during tho past 24 hours 516 Cattle, 1,094 Hogs. Shipments 444 Cattle, 165 Hogs. The cattle receipts were mainly Texans, which went out in first hands. The offer ings consisted entirely of cows, heifers and bulls. There is no change in the market, as there is nothing sold for shipment, the local demand taking all that is offered. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEXET WichjTA. Kan., Nov.2L CATTU. The cattle market was dull and uncharged, KatlTe KhlpplnE rtrr. eood to extra... f4 23 Ql 00 Good to extra nath c butcherKtesrs, 1000& 12001bs 2.V) S2.o Kathefeedlncstters 2 25 zt2 ffi 5ctlTetockrs 1 5 A2 ffi Choice cowi and heifers 175 t1 Z 1 alrto food cows and Uelfcrs 1 2i eel 75 Hulls nnd Btfltfi 125 175 tatveaillnc lad (XiM Good yearllDf - 1 5 3 OJ Grass cows 135 (4150 Cannon T. 1 0U el If...

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. — 22 November 1890

" Y&&HF&P0,,vi- - wprvi" -,3"y-fi 4f xt WXciafct Brats gjtglc: aforcflag ptemiag Stomebc, 22, 1890. 31. 3J. 3IUHI)0CK. rdttor. It would seem that the people of the Central Arkansas valley have no riparian or riproaring or other kind of water way rights which any ditch digger of Colo rado can recognize or respect and our fino fish aro left to gasp and gurgle and give the ghost Hon. Marsh Murdock lias more solid tatisfnction over the murky political at mosphere, probably, than any Republican editor in Kansas. -Topeka Democrat. "Why should we no cssarily rejoice when our friends whom our warnings failed to save disappear frfcra sight in the depths of the toup? India rubber pavements have been tried in Germany- and the trials have been very satisfactory, especially on bridges where the absence of vibration is a great recommendation. The pave ment is said to be cheap as well as noiseless and durable, and the patentees nre arranging to introduce it into this country. Would Plu...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 November 1890

S&e TOtMta Jpailij ga0lc; JtaJtariTanj fBta&thtg, gmwmtrcr 22. 1 890. 1 ? J JI.M.SIranorK. P. MmnocK. Kdltor. Bulnoa Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Mler ixrtalnlns to tho bulnp-. of the prlnt lne drpnrtrtK'nt or bindery, or for jidTprtlMne flionld b nddrpflwjd to the business manazer or other commiin!c.at Ions to thf Mltor. The onlr dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkanas valley receiving both the day and &lht Associate Press Kcports In full. iLiuiP or rnruirTioN n ur.r tugle. In Advance Postaeo Prepaid. PMlv. onecopvon vear , ?S no Dally, one copy. lrmonth JJJ Pally, one copy, three months. 2 JJ? Pally, one copy, one month Thren time, a week, anv days desired, per v'r . no Three times a week, anv davs desired, six mo... 2 SO Sunday EdUlon, 16 paces, one copy, one year ... 2 01 bunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy. tJs months. 1 23 AVKEKLY KAGI.C rne copy, one vrar ...... "2 One copy, Mr month, . .... J nemlttanee iray b made at...

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. — 22 November 1890

6 feje WLitlxiiz gaily gagXc:atitttTatj WCmtiug. mmbti 22, Clara Lime, the prima donna soubretto of the Carleton Opera company, is said to be the most bewitching little beauty on the stage. Besides singing like a bird, sho is a sprightly dancer and has a personal magnetism that makes her a veritable pet especially of the ladles. "RtrxuiyG "WILD." An extra grand matinee will bo given Thursday afternoon (November 27), at Crawford's opera house, on which ocxa eion the New York laughing success and popular farce-comedy. "Running Wild," will be given- "Running Wild" is fresh from its Chicago success and comes highly recommended, having received the unan imous endorsement of the press every where. The piece is full of action and good wholesome fnn, together with start ling climaxes, unequalled specialties, side splitting absurdities, bright mimic and new songs, and is acted by a company of unusual strength, ALL AttOUiw .OUSE, Flower Cushions, Saciiets, Screen Panels and Toilet Table Slips...

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. — 22 November 1890

$fce mijcTxxtagaxlHgitglc: atarttaij Itamg, awjemXrcr 22, 1890. I r JLYSTIU HbCELLANY. NOTES AND NEWS OF THE VARI OUS SECRET SOCIETIES. A Description and Picture of tho Odd Fellows Homo in Course of Construc tion at Worcester, Mass. It Will Cost 830,000 The Other Orders. A few weeks ago the little Massachusetts city of Worcester was crowded with a veri table host of enthusiastic men and women. There were nearly 10,000 of them, and they had traveled from all parts of New Eng land to witness the laying of the corner stone of the Odd Fellows' home, which is in process of construction in that city. This home, now soon to bo realized in a handsome building, is the result of long years of argument and hard work by mem bers of the order who realized the impor tance of such au institution who realized the duty owed by tho order to the children of brethren who have gone before. The building will face the south, and consists of a main structure 100 by 40 feet, with a large L at the rear 50 by...

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. — 22 November 1890

Jpe WLitW&K gaily fSagte: afitrtTatj losraug, 'jcrucmtvct 22, ,1 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTELY PURE OUT SALE OF FINK 310NAHCH SIIlKTS. "Wo -will also pat on sale for the day, only, at cut rates, all our "Monarch" shirts. See these prices: Six open back "Monarch" shirts for &. Six open back, finer "Monarch" shirts for $G.G2S. Six open back and open front "Monarch" EhirtsforSS.OO. Six open front, extra grade, "Monarch" shirts for $8.13. . ., On all full dress, French hand embroid ered bosom "Monarch" shirts wc will de duct 25 per cent from the regular price. . &. W. COLLAKS 12 1-2C. We have about 50 dozen "E. tc W." col- n- 101 AAlite This may bring forth further caiise of "stereotyped letters" from "E. & W." to their 25c contracts-signers. But "E. & W. may catch onf) some day "Some day, fcomo dav, we will meet you," &c. &c. but right now, and until they do slip us up, we will use our best endeavors to break up "that trust." Today our pric...

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. — 23 November 1890

ThWirhila Hailu iEagk The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day For Evidence of Prosperity of the Peerless Princess look at the Columns of the Eagle. T YOL. XIY, NO 6. WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, N OYEMBER 23, 1890.-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 2039. VI Zloin -fjy LATEST NEWS OF THE TBOUBLE 15 THE NORTHWEST, in. f I I jy7aAL mi m am m i - 123 to 127 N e will Give :ver and we wi! The attempt will be made here again to force off an old stock at big prices. Will you be the one to be taken in? It is not a bankrupt stock. Innes & Ross pay every dollar in full and have property left. It was not sold cheap, or the Merchants here would have taken it in they were all on the watch, and knew its value. The owners paid too much for it, and can't sell it cheap. We warn you the object is to fool you, and under the excitement of the hour, to get big prices for old goods, and take the money away from Wichita. Will you supply that money? Our business is s...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 November 1890

Site Wiiclxiict Sfoxly gagle: nucTatj 3P40rttmg; cajmtrr 23, 1890 aiii EVENTS OF A DAY SOUTH OF THE KANSAS LINE. Work of the Two Branches of the Law-making Body of the New Territory. A Number of Important Bills Passed by Both Houses The Cattle Provision of the Publio Health BilL The Entire Stock of INNBS & BOSS can be Boiiglit for Fifty Cents on tlie Dollar. A Couple of Distressing Accidents Cause tho Death of Two Children The "Weekly Budget of Social Gossip Prom Guthrie Personal and Political Points. Special Dispatch to tho Dally Eacle. Guthrie, Ok., Nov. 22. During the paf-t week tho legislature has done considerable work. Several good bills have been passed, and the committees of botli houses have wrked hard. The school bill is now in tho hands of the governor, and we are in a fair way to have laws. Tho danger is that legislation from this on will be too hurried, il'hreo sessions a dayare now the order. The councilisareverential body. During the chaplain's prayer the other mo...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 November 1890

ufJ fv; u--JsaP(yuuw.. . I 3Itje MijcMtaaiIgBle-:mHtay0ruxu0; gxmmtrer 23, 1890 3 AEESUME OF THE SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK. Society Not on the Qui Vive Exactly. A Party Hero and There to Relieve the Monotony of a Not Over Exciting Social "Week. Anticipations of Turkey, More Dancing. More Parties and More Enjoyment. Some Gossip in Time and Out. Some Thing's that People are Talking About. What is becoming of the "Nelly Bly" caps? Harry Bancrrf t has gone back to Colo rado. The women can vote at the city election next spring. Wilson Behiing is building a cottage on North Topeka ave. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Murdock went to Emporia, yesterday. Miss Jennie White, of Rix's Mills, Ohio, Is visiting in the city. Miss Virgaline Lucy has returned from her visit to Kentucky. There was a big wedding in Wichita re cently where nobody cried. John Metcalf and his mother moved to Oakland, Cal., Wednesday. Bob Neff, a Wichita man, went away with Rice's "World's Fair." A new young man in town who is not 10...

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. — 23 November 1890

iWWilMlyy.BJ - - - " " , "" 4 Jpe iSHicfctte gitilij gaglc: mT ptatiing mr, 23, 1890. HftSJijiftiff'ignfH ji. 3L MURDOCH, Editor. "It is keyed up too high," isiho pres ent comment of Congressman Abner Taylor of Clucago, on the 3IcKinley bill Ho voted for it The great harvesting machine com panies have consolidated, with a capital cf $35,000,000. Another perplexing knot for the Alliance to untangle or cut off. FortheEacIc BORROWED TROUBLES. Speaking of municipal indebtedness, there are five cities in Massachusetts that have, each, a larger debt than the aggre gate indebtedness of twenty-fivo of the chief cities and towns of Kansas. The people of Kansas teem to view propositions to amend the state constitu tion pretty much in the same light as mending an old garment with new cloth. You know what the Bible says about that It is about time for the opposition ma chine to begin throwing mud at J. G. B. Tw o years is a long time to keep it up, but it is a known fact that the machine referr...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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