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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 November 1890

'f ", -'A. tt WLituitx gaily gacjfc: Jhtntfcuj l&tfrtthi0, flmxcwutr 23. 1890. m 1I.M. lltmnortr, ! 1J. P. Mmnorrc, Kdltor. i JtaMnR Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letter jwrf atnlnc to the bn;!nr of Mif print Inr department or bindery, or for advertising flionld be ddreHd to the business manager or other communications to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Knna or the Arkan valley recelrinc both the day and fclclit Associate Pros Reports In full. TEIIMP OP RtTnTniPTTOX n AII.V F A.GLE. Jn Advance Postajo Prepaid, Pnllv, one copy one venr...., ? M Pally, one copy, Ix month JJJ Pally, one copy, three months, 2 00 Pnlly, one copy, one month i Three times a week, nnv days desired, pery'r... f nn Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 SO Funday KdUlon, Ifi paces, one copy, one year ... 2 OT Sunday Edition, 1C paces, one copy, six months. 1 2o WECKLV EAGLE. Onecopv, one rear ' 52 Onp copy, six months J Pemlttance mav be mndn...

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. — 23 November 1890

'glut WiicMiK Jpailg ggle: uncfo gptoohxgr, xnuemtyer 23-&90. v WWII. !!. ' " '"WW W' THAT TK& 6 x DOUBT 103 TO 109 DOUGLAS Offers to the trade more Bona Fide Bargains than any house in the City of Wichita. This week we give a sale that will eclipse all previous efforts, haying just closed a deal of Ten Thousand Dollars on leading lines of Merchandise at such sacrificing figures enables us to place a lot of values before you that is is utterly impossible for competition to be in the ring. "We have said enough as papers print anything you dictate, but all Ave ask is that every reader of this advertisement call and be convinced. GETTING WHAT IS ADVERTISED IS THE GREAT QUESTION. Our past Reputation stands by us and the future will "be a Repetition, excepting that Increased ., . Facilities will make it all the "better for our patrons. Chance of a Lifetime At 15e 50 pes double fold all "Wool Flan nel Suiting in solid colors and gray. Remember, only 15c a yd At 22 l-2e 27 pes soli...

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. — 23 November 1890

S&e WLitMtx -pailM. gagfe: JRra'facs $smxm$f ffrnximhui 23, 1890 F1NANCEANDC0MMERGE WIOHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours No Cattle, 630 Horrs. Shipments No Cattle, 769 Hoars. There were no cattle on the market to day except some butchers cows and heif ers, and a few steers. There is no change in prices. Good cattle would find ready sale, but there has been a lack of anything approaching a sufficient supply of cattle all this week. WIOHITA LIVE STOOK MAEKET Wichita. Earn, Nov. 21 CATTLE. But few cattle -were on the market. Prices remain onehanKed, XaUve shlppine fleers, rood to extra... $3 25 Zi W Good to extra naUve butcher steers, 1CXU3 UOOlbs., 2M a? 75 KetYva feedlfir steers 2 Zi 2 Co Native stockers . 175 2 K5 Choice cows and heifers I 7o !t2 25 Fair to good cows and heifers 125 1 75 Bulls and stAC 125 1 75 Fatyearllnc 150 2 50 Good year 11 des 175 aim Grans cows 1 33 (l 50 Canners .. 10) 1 10 Poorer erodes and Bcallawaes ...

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. — 23 November 1890

8 h&Wlitkite Qaityxqltt .gixnilxy'g&swxiug, wstmbct .23 .$8.0-, TURKEY READ THE as - STORE'S OR A LARGE SACK OF FLOUR. Will be given away for Thanksgiving Dinner with every suit of clothes or overcoat bought at the FAMOUS. Full Page Advertisement on LIVE BOSTON As I will carry no winter stock over for moths to eat next summer I have put the knife in my immense stock of Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc. And will give the benefit to my friends and customers at about half its value. Come and be convinced. GOOD GOODS and prices speak for themselves. PAGE 6! PAGE 6! No old shelf worn or moth eaten chestnuts, but all new and fresh goods just bought from the manufacturers. Overcoats worth $ 3.50, Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth 6.00, 10.00, 1400, 15.00, 16.50, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50, 25.00, 27.50, 30.00, Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits worth worth worth worth worth worth $ 5.00, 9.00, 12,50, 1400, 18.00, 16.00, -20.0...

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. — 23 November 1890

WWirP aPafligftagk Bead the Eagle's AVTiolesale and Manufacturing Directory on this page. Wichita has more Wholesale and Manufacturing houses than all the cities of Kansas combined PART TWO. WICHITA KANSAS. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, IS90. PAGES 9 TO 12. The houses given below are representative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished thus for ready refer ence for the South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers and inquirers should correspond direct with names given. OHAS. T. CHAMPION, WHOLESALE BOOKS, TOMIsflOlM GOODS I carry the lnrgegttock of abo, o in the state and am prepared to fill orders promptly with the newest and Lest selling goods at EASTERN PRICES. CORltESrOZS'DENCE SOLICITED. 118 East DouglasA.venue, GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS, MANUrACTL'KEIlS OF Steam Engines, Uoilers and Pumps, and Dealer.4 in Brass Goods, Rubber and Hemp Packing, Steam Fittings, Etc. Hepairhig of all Kinds of Ma chinery a Specialty. Orders promptly lilled ...

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. — 23 November 1890

'f 10 Iic m&bxka ailxj gaglc: utttoa fotttiug, Sowmfecr 23, 1390. A EOMANCE IX YELLOW. LOVE AND WAR ASSOCIATED WITH THE ORANGE AND LEMON. Xho Golden Apples of Venus ono Too Good for Common rood in Thcso Xatcr Days ramoni rcoplo Who IXnvo Tasted tho Trnlt. Tho orange and the lemon are first cous ins. Both belong to the citron family, and each in its way is unrivaled. Nearly all tho year round one or tho other may be Bean in tho market. Piled high on stands A STHPET VEVUFU'fi STAND. at tho street corrers the tempt the passer by, and ealhen with theohrightness of their hue tho otherwise dingy aspect of bnsy thoroughfares. Possibly the oranpe was the "apple of discord" awarded by Pans to Venus, and perhaps, too, the golden talismans with which the Goddess of Love armed Milauion, that ho might win the race from Atalanta, wero also plucked from the splendid and prolific Indian tree. This,, however, is moro speculation, but there remains a sufficiency of romance, historically estab lis...

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. — 23 November 1890

tjr fi",j(y J SM-. 7g.TSr;-igjR ,1 3l IStidnia paily gaglc: jmttfay fHoruiitg. gmrnnTxci 23, 1890. . 11 SPLENDID IBS. A Thousand at the New York Horse Show. BOSEBESRY, THE HIGH JUMPER. Gossip and Facts About the Swell Equine at Madison Square Garden and the Swell Humans Who Go There to See Tfaem. If King Richard III, the famous hunch back of English history, could have been transported from the Fifteenth century to the great amphitheatre of the new Madi son Square Garden, New York city, Monday night, he would have taken the first steamer home and called in that historical bulletin he once issued on Bosworth Field, "A horse! a horse! My kingdom for a horse!" For if there were u even thousand regal Dicks instead of one, the National Horse Show Association of America (limited) could fit them all out with "a horse apiece" before any one of their royal highnesses could think of his favorite swear word. One thousand monarchs v.ould then be horsed only to be unhorsed, paradoxically speakin...

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. — 23 November 1890

f 12 BKBaaaHBKSOaKn9KiaBBeJttBMJltJMaM2flQMBIIaBi9nrnttH9S3!3 HE GABBIED AEEVOLVEB AN ARMED AMERICAN NEWSPAPER MAN'S EXPERIENCE IN IRELAND. The Authorities Allowed Him to Keep His 'Weapon Under Absurd Conditions. A Police Spy Wlio Succumbed to the Seduction of Poteen. fCopyritfht by American Press Association. The visit of Mr. William O'Brien to this country reminds me of the time I first met him ill the Imperial hotel in Dublin, when, in the person of a slender, quiet gentleman with the manner of a student. I saw the "Firebrand of the Land League." There is a story connected with my visit to Ireland which is wonderfully characteristic of the methods which Mr. O'Brien so fiercely de nounced. It was in 1882 that Mr. William Henry Hurlburt, then the editor of ThcXew York World, decided to send mc abroad to write Vil&NV I v - fa But the tun 1 Had out or tnat revolver and the Dublin police passes words. Whenever I left the city to travel to Eng land I reported the esit and the retur...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 25 November 1890

Thp WirfritaHailt) la air. The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. ; iuum. Huoricanipeicc i?or .evidence or irospenty of the Peerless Princess look-at the Columns of the Eagle. YOL. XIV, NO 7. WICHITA KANSAS, TUESDAY ATOEN1NG, NOVEMBER 25, 1890. WHOLE NO, 2040. V I, li.tJ m . nu a urnD n t JLrSLSt T oof JL OPERA Acknowledge by the Wichita Press and Public the BEST Opera Organization which has ever visited Wichita, ""LJ"1 JCuLSOXmHIRIMl'AabdUL AUTinTTm i f HI'rH IVlUUIil I With Gorgeous Japanese Costumes Imported from Japan at a Cost of $1 2,000. YOU have NEVER SEEN THE MIKADO except you come TONIGHT and see the Most Correct OF rp a mty o L. M. CRAWFORD, Manager. Performance ! Performance ! COMPANY, mmesm- - 1112X3- ana Gorgeous W. T. CARLETON'S MIKADO TONIG H T i Production )3 I ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CONTROL LER OF TEE CURRENCY. The Growth and Operations of the National Banking- System for the Year. The Latest Predictions, Surmises and Pac...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 25 November 1890

vnyy(f -afrytv. 'j '"" ,--''a"i Site liclxiia ail'y gaglc: SscTinr3ouiug,0fTOmtjcr 25, 1890 j. vv " ? ' ajv PARNELL TO RETIRE FR03I THE LEADERSHIP OF HIS PARTY. Synopsis of the Queen's Speech to be Read at the Opening of Parliament. Measures to be Taken to Believe tlie Dis tress of the Starving People of Ire landOther Matters Alluded to. The Latest Phase of Eussia's Persecution of the Jews The New Queen of Holland-Booth's Plan for Sav ing the London Poor A Jale on the Brit ish Coast. LoXDOX", Nov. 24. It is stated this even ing upon excellent authority, that at the meeting of the Nationalist members of the house of commons to be held tomorow before the opening of parliament, Ir. J'ar ncll will announce his retirement from the leadership of the Irish party. Mr. Davitt, in n speech tonight, said he believed that Mr. Parncll would tomorrow prove himself a greater patriot than his enemies believed him to be, by taking a course that would minimize tho danger to autonomy for Ireland. THE ...

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. — 25 November 1890

Site WLxcMiu Kity agle:. ittsttaij IJItfmmigf, IJtftfcwTrcr 25, 1890 i w i ffi iV Fr iSVi 1111'. i t n l FINANCEANDCOfflERCE WICHITA MABBBT3. Keceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards durlngr the past 48 hours--163 Cattle, 658 Hogs. Shipments 161 Cattle, 974 Hoffs. There was no change in the cattle mar ket. Only a few native cattle were offered. The receipts were largely range cattle which were forwarded in first hands. WICHITA LIVE ST00K MARKET Wichita. Kan., Not. 2t CATTLE. But i a w cattlo -were on the market. Prices remain unchanged. Ktwe rtlpplwr (ftp. cooflto oxtrj-WZS 2 00 Good to Mtranatlvabutcfcer steers, 1000 1200 Ib M 2.5 Katlve-f.edlnx steers. " - 2 - JCatlve Mockers... .. .55". i 5 Choice cow and hrffcn... - J ' - 1 alrto Koed cows anil heifers 1 Zo ' ; Bulls and Mn jj? J Jji ralToailln? f gm Good yearllns . '? j cJmH.w.7.. ... ..!.!!...:................. i ot s.i io 1'oorercradMnnd pcalluwags W 2-J 5 cnlcalv.,. porfcoad J" J IV 1ejfiSPtcr, coodto ustra - - ? 1 -x...

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 November 1890

o 4 glre Wtitlxxhx Sailu; gagle: itcstTity XnViucr omuctea', 23, 1890. 31. 3L MCKDOCK, Editor. Sister Wyoming's two new United States senators, both Republicans, Carey and Warren, will be a credit to the new state. The electric cars are run at too high a rate of speed very often. The surprise is not that an accident has happened, but that there has not been many another. The mild weather is against the coal trade, It is paid that the production this month will be larger than it ought to be, but in December things will be evened up. THE AUSTRALIAN SYSTEM. One week from today trouble will le gin again at the national capital trouble to the reading public who try to keep up with the daily routine of congressional proceedings. The wheat prospect in Northwest Kan sas was never lietter at this time of the year. The s one may be said of the crop in the southwest; in the northeast and southeast, and in the center in fact, all over the state. "When it was first sought to introduce the Austra...

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 November 1890

o xt WLitlxiiK gailij gaglc: gucscTay itlofirhig. gjfonjciufcct 25.. 1890. V I: U. M. Jlrnnorir. I II- P. Mmnoric. Editor. I Bulnfs Manager. M. M. MTJED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. M 1rttor jf rtalnlncr to tn bnslnww of the print ing depart irrnt or bindery, or for ndvprtlslni: phonld be addressed 1o the nnMness manager or other comnwnlrntlons to the editor. The only dailr paper tn couthwetern Knnonoor the Arkansas "V alley receiving both the day and nlffht Associate Prcas Reports In full. TLltMS or erBTRIPTIOV n AtT v r ACLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dut'r. oneeopr one enr ", S Pnllr. oneeopr, s1xmonth JJJ Pally, one ropy, three month - J. Pally, one copv, one month 1? Three ;lmw a week, anv Anv desired, per v'r... '' Three times n vrek, anv dovs deotred. six mo... - -J" Sunday Fdljlon, If. paces, one copv. onevear ,. 2J" Sunday Edition, lfi paces, one copy, six months. I wr.KKLY KAGLE. Pnernnr, one rear ?! One copv. six months.. " T?raltf .nxii mrtt i mnrte nt oir...

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 November 1890

$ glue WiitkxiK gaily gagle: gittstlay fftorimxn;. otxtxabn 25, "1890. GALVESTON'S .U'BIIjEE. Galveston; Nov. 20, '90. To the Editor of the Eagle: The Galveston deep water jubilee was inaugurated on the morning of the 18th by a grand excursion on the Steamship Comal of the Mallory Steamship line at 9 n, m. to the jetties and outer habor. At 2 p. m. an oyster roast and lunch was pre pared near the Beach hotel, at which all the visitors to the city participated. Ex Governor Lubbeck, of Texas, as champion oyster eater of the day, was presented with the leather medal and in a fitting speech acknowledged the compliment. Senator Jteapan, Congressmen Stewart and Moore of Texas, made short complimentary (speech. Mayors Gardner, of Cleveland, O.. and Clement, of Wichita, were introduced and spoke in glowing terms of the hospi tality of the Galveston people. At 9 o'clock a. m., of the 19th, the visi tors were given another excursion on the bay and out to the jetties on the lighters Bessie and...

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 November 1890

3ptc ISKwtata gaily Iptglc: $stTay plcanratg, gajmtrci: 25, 1890: Si ,; I L THA I U I i ww UnJUL Worn only by tho son of Mars, fflioso garb was onco the well known bins; With boncet prido none dare demy That little badge is worn by you. It speaks of more than wealth or fame, Or titles prancl by nobl Urth. It Gpets of those who tolled to save The fairest land of all the earth. That little badge, how much it tells Ut days of carnage, years of strife; When for his flag, that dear old flag, Tho hero offered up bte life. Its luster speaks of far more worth Than rubles red or diamonds bright, Of eona end fathers who w ere once A needy nation's strength and might. Then proudly wear it; well you may; Your valor prored your right and claim To that one badge which shows today Tour title to a soldier's name. Exchange. THE TAVERN. 1 Michigan, as a territory, and even in its younger days as a state, was a resort for Borne of -the most noted criminals of the arc. Separated from Canada by a river ...

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 November 1890

'gki WLitlxiiix wlxj f&rgle: 1'tttstlai lllomfttcjt, ftpyittmotr. 25, 1390. Highest of all in Leavening Power. 1 &b rowwci ABSOLUTELY PURE AMUSEMENTS. RTnTORDGAND. r o I,. M. Craw ronD, ilaceag J3XGAGEM33XT EXTRAORDINARY Monday and lueidav. Nov. 21 and 25 V. T. CAKLE1WS OPERA CO. Cnquestlonablj' tho Largest, Strongest and Best Comic Ope: a Company tn Kxlfctance. Perfect Production of the Tuo Greatest Comic Oiera faucet sees, MONDAY TUESDAY THE ItflKADO. Wlti splendid sp clal scpnerv, gorceou. costly cos tumes, ma niflcent mountings, suporb Chorus-es. Prices-First floor. 1.M and $1.25; balcony. I1.C0 nnd ""ic, gallery 50c. 1KAWFOKDGIIVND- -o M. h. CitAwroRD. Manager THVIISDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH, AM) THANKSGIVING MATINEE. Special Encasement of tho Nhw York Laughing buccebs. -RUNNING WILD:-j By Chas. T. Vincent, author of 'AGrast "Widow." "The Editoi." i,tc..-8s plnved In all the lead- Ing cities of the Culled States. Spflrklinff Climaxes, Unequalled Specialties, Prettiest Girls, P...

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. — 26 November 1890

i . .uu,..u.,. , ,, MU..L, . VMHHHHHHHIHHIII v o I Kans. Historical feoclety The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. The Eagle is the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. I "VOL. XIV, NO 8. WICHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 2041. tI rA7 11- pT t tT 1 IV A s r. hyy & I THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT AGAIN IN SESSION. Program of (he Government as Out lined in (he Speech From the Throne. Mr. Gladstone Advises Mr. Parnell to Ee- tire From tbe Leadership of the Irish Home Rule Party. Disastrous Ploods in GeimanyTbe New French Tariff Bill Berlin Crowded wjth Foreign Physicians Other Foreign News of Interest. Lotcdov, Nov. 25. Parliament reassem bled today. The queen's speech opening the session was as lollows: "Mr Lords and Gentlemen No change has taken place in the foreign relations during the short period which has elapsed since the close of the preceding session. T...

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 November 1890

2 ;itc Wlxdtxix ailtj gagle: Wt&m$ftxl Elcrrraitgf, crtxerafrci; 26, 1890; LnoiiiMiuiu. Continued from rirtt Pace. 18S2, after the terrible murders in Phoenix park, Mr. Parnell, nlthough totally reliev ed from any idea of responsibility, had spontnneouslv written me and offered to take the Chiltern Hundreds, an offer much to bis honor, but which I thought it my duty to decline. "While clinging to the hone of a com munication from Mr. Parnell, to whomso ever addressed, I thought it necessary, viewing the arrangements for the com mencement of the session tomorrow, to acquaint Mr. McCarthy with the con clusion at which, after using all the means of observation and reflection in my power, I had myself arrived. It was that, notwithstanding the splendid services rendered by Mr. Parnell to his country, his continuance at the nresent moment in the leadership would be productive of consequences disastrous in the highest degree to the cause of Ireland. I think I may be warranted in asking...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 26 November 1890

S& W&xthxix gailg gaflle: Slexlwjcstlag IPtfntmg, g0HroIc;e 28, 1890 IV Lv 2. i ft .1 !' i i 4 t; I fl WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at theTJnlon Stock Yards during tho past 24 hours 627 Cattle, 1187 Hogs. Shipments 401 Cattle, 367 Hoes. The receipts of native cattle were fnir today. A few butchers steers were sold at a good figure. Some good cows sold for fair prices. The bulk of offerings consist ed of cows and heifers most of wnich went to tho local butchers. Speculators took a few of tho best grades. There was no change in the market. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET Wichita. Kan. CATTLE. Nov. 25. Th receipt of cattle were fair. One lot of butch ers' steers sold for fi 50. Tha market closed firm. Native riilpplnc rteers. cornl to extra... S3 2 CU 0) Good to e xira native butcher steers, lUUU'a l20011.it 2.7) 02T.- Native feedlnc stoers 2 25 32 Co Native stockers.., 175 fl2 fS Choice tows and heifers 175 ft'.' 25 J Rlrtonood rows ami Lolfcrs 25 0175 KiiIIf and stac 1 2...

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 November 1890

" jjapjjf-- r'-ifr 4 Jpc iclxitax gaitg gaglc: jcttwcsttiVij IPmmmg IJUmtw&cr, 26, 1890. 31. 31. SlUItDOCK. Kdltor. The available balance in the treasury is now $55,221,704. The EAGLE didn't think that the people were tired of patching up the old constitu tion before the election. Stanton Repub lican. Well the Eagle just did think so and just said so in the plainest possible terms. Kansas grain is especially sought after by exporters because of its peculiar dry ness, while grain grown in the central states is so humid that it frequently spoils in ocean transit. ANOTHER FOLITICAL PREDICTION. Dom Pedro, ex-emperor of Brazil, is translating "The Arabian Nights'' into Portuguese. Tho honest old man no doubt feels that he should make some compensation for the asylum afforded him there. It is something of acoicidtyico that tho mining interest in South Dakota should have received fresh impetus ju-t at the time t o Indian scare i roko out. For the moment the red skins sem to have tho De...

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