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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 December 1890

.,..- g"r-HB5B r " ' WWirhila Baito ;agk The Eaglets the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands everyday; 2 cents aline a day. T 1 YOL. XIY, NO 13. WICHITA KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2016. 73 w 335 VI '.',,! r, J" A N U Pi t,s Washingtoi, Dec 1. Following Is the president's message to congress: (Totlie Senate ami Honse of Rci-eseitnHve: The reports of the several executive de partments, which will he laid before the congress in the usual course, will exhibit in deteil the operations of the government for the hist fiscal year. Only the more im portant incidents and results, and chiefly buuIi as may bo the foundation of recom mendations I shall submit, will be referred to In this annual menage. The vast and increasing business of the government has been transacted by the several departments during the year with faithfulness, energy and success. The rev enues....

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. — 2 December 1890

xz TMxdxiU 3paily gaglc: itescTaij ftoxuing, gtciMalxej; 2, 1890, which this payment has been made is about to expire, and those colonies have refused to renew tho contract, unless tho United States shall pay a more equitable portion of the -vvholo Mini necessary to maintain tho service. 1 am advised by tho postmaster general that the Tinted States receives for carrying the Australian mails brought ro San Prancir-co in these steamers by rail to Vancouver an esti mated income of $73,000, while, as I have stated, we are paving out for the support of tho steamship lino that brines this mail to us only M0.000, leaving an annual sur plus resulting from this service, of $),000. The trade of the United States with Australia, which is in a considerable part carried by the.se steamers, and the whole of which is practically dependent upon the mail communication which they maintain, is largely in our favor. Our total exports of merchandise to Australian ports during the fiscal year ending June...

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. — 2 December 1890

Ifec IxtTtitac gailtj gagle: iwsflag ptarriurj, gcamTrci; 2, 1890 3 LJ l 1 f'1 I WICHITA MAEEET3, Hoceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during1 the past 48 hours 260 Cattle, 555 Hogs. Shipments 190 Cattle, 223 Hogrs. There were but few cattle offered today. Good butchers' cattle are in demand and will sell rapidly at top quotations. There was a train load of Texas cattle at the yards, but were forwarded in first hands. The market is steady, WICHITA LIVE STOOK MAEKET Wichita. Kan. DefcL CATTLE. The receipts of natiro cattle were light, butcher fctuff was in dsmaud. Ntle i-BlppInjr fetcors. food to extra...! Uoofl t o extrA natirc butcher fcteorn, 10003 joodto extra... $3 25 03 (32 75 & d CJ2 2.1 I75 (Si 75 rr2 50 12001bs Native febdlnc steeru Nntlteftockers Choice towa and helfons 1 slrto uooil coirs and hoifers.... Bulls and fttRC nt Toarlini; Good year lines Gra.v cottb , fanners I'oorercradcsand scallawai;s... Wal calves, per head , 1 exns steers, good to extra '1 cx...

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. — 2 December 1890

3?J WLxclxiiit ipailtj gaglc: gnjcscfcry piruiug gcjcmfar, 2, 1890 w rcif M. M. 3IUKDOCK, Editor. Sam Wood of Stevens county, who is again in deep trouble, is greatly more tinned against than sinning, to hear him tell it. News from the Indian country during the past week has been of a rather sensa tional character, but none 01 ic couiu De termed hair raising there has been no scalping done. The report of the commissioner of in ternal revenue shows that during the past year 1.550 retail liquor licenses have been granted in the Btate of Jiansas, yes, prohibition prohibits. THE TEN CHIEF CITIES. The len chief cities, and the popula tion of each as given oythe last census, are: 1. Oh The reading world has been treated to "In Darkest Africa," and "In Darkest England," but "In Darkest America" remains unwritten, no one, so far, hav ing manifested the necessary courage to thoroughly explore Chicago for the req uisite data. The National Farmers' Alliance meets in convention at Ocala, Fla. I...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 December 1890

TWiBftMW '' "srpwjet;-')' - Vf - gftc TOcMia Jpailtj gangrlc: gucstfag ptomutg, Jpecxm&cr 2. 1 891. i i A J M. M. MtmnocK, ls- P. rnrnorir. Editor. I Ru.lnps Manager. M. M, MUEDOOK & BEO. Pn"blishora and Proprietors. .All Vttnr rrtlnlnc to t tin bn1np of the print Jnjr department or Mndrry, or for advertising t-bonld be addrcsod to the linslnos-t manager or other communications to th editor. The, onlv dally paper In Southwestern Knnn or the ArlcnnPKfl valley receiving both tlie day and lht Ansoclato Press Reports In full. iuuip or rnrniPTiON n ati.v r Kor.c In Advance Postage Prepaid. Ddllv. one ropy one rear ? M T)allv. one copv. six months. JJJ Rally, one copy, three months 2m n11". nneronv. onn TTinTith To Three times a week, nnv da vs desired, per y'r .. fljl Three times a week, anv days desired, six mo... 2 Sunday Kdljlon, lfi paces, one copv, one year ... 2 01 Sunday Edition, 1C paces, one copy, six months. 1 -j WEEKLY EACI.E. rne copT, one rear -?1 JJ Onecopv.nlx mont...

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. — 2 December 1890

e JPtje SiitMtegaxItjgagle: Tuesday pforimtigf, jcjemfces 2, 1890. iiSOiSELA TYT1 1 'j YYT1 1 "1 0 HW 0 L TT sussse wip.nra wnmp.RflP. a san iflmrno hahrak EXPERTS ON WBIHIfG GENUINENESS OF LETTERS AND SIGNATURES AS A STUDY. ases In Which the Testimony of Theso Men Was Important Times When One Has Confounded Another Somo Re markable Suits Ahont Chirograph'. The handwriting expert is a conspicuous witness in all lawsuits where the authen ticity of signatures, or other writing, is questioned. He knows all about inks and hc effect of age on them; about the quali ties of papers, and the appearance of sur faces. He tells how erasures are made by decomposing inks, or by scraping. Ho points out where the paper is thin. He illustrates, by demonstration, how altera tions might ho made. He describes styles and peculiarities of handwriting, strokes and curves of the pen, the slants, and lieig"hts, and spreads, and spaces of writ ing. He has enlarged photographic copies of the questioned writin...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 December 1890

. . gfcc Micltif a ga gagle: gitesclaij Sfoa-mucj, Jpeccmfcei; 2, 1890 ' tf l v WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita, Kan., Dec. 1. -The highest temperature was 60, the lowest 30, and the mean 49, with fresh northwest to northeast winds, lower barometer, nearly stationary temperature. Last year, on Dec. 1, the hiehest tem perature was 05, the lowest 34, and the mean 49, and two years, ago the corres ponding temperatures were 42, V) and 80. Fred L. JonxsoN, Observer. "WAr. Department. Washing rox. d. C, Dec. 1, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Tuesday: For Missouri and Kansas Colder, fair weather, northerly winds, cold wave in Missouri. OKLAHOMA NOTES. Epecial Dispatch to the Daily Eacle. Guthrie, Ok., Dec. 1. The house, it would seem, owing to the fact that church sociables and dram die troupes require the hall, has trl-weekly session it tries to meet three times a week.and fails. There now is a determination to ignore all re quests for the hall in future, and devote the few remai...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 2 December 1890

a ftje MitMfa gaily gagle: iwsiTag IHtottitxg. getcmtrjet 2, 1890. t Highest of all in Leavening Power. JL v &&&& ABSOLUTELY PURE -AMUSEMENTS CRAWFOHD GHAND. o o 1,. M. CBAWFOBD, Maneag SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6. Ladies and Childrcns Special Mat tincc at 2 P. M. The Little Electric Mapnct, OLLIE RJEDPATH, Supported by the Natural .Actor, CJTAHLES JP. MOJtltlSOX, And his company of Comedians. Mazers and Dane era, In th Great beubattoual Comedy, The Fireman's Ward I SEi: THE GUEAT 1'IBE SCENE. Cliarmiiiff Music ! Funny Comedians! .Artistic .Dancers! SEE THE GREAT EXGINE-ROCW SCENE. See the ma moth tank containing 37.0LO gallons of water, also the beautiful full ric ball Yutcli. JtEAIi ESTATE. Furnished by the Deam Abstract CoJ) The following transfers of real estate wero filed for record in the oflico of the rccister of deeds. G "W Ring to Julia Champion &5 37 39 Fairmount ave Fairmonnt Place add 2725 Mary E Ellis to Sarah E Field int 1 and 3 Second st Field & Cat M...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 3 December 1890

I Kans. Historical Society The Eagle is the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. TOL. XIY, NO 14, WICHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2047. - vO (9 V9 I o y " " u PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONGRESS FOR THE DAY. The Substitute for the House Elec tions Bill Called up in the Senate. The House Orders the Previous Question on the Copyright Bill Provisions of the Measure. The Annual Eoport of the Secretary of the Treasury The New Apportion ment Bill Introduced in the House Senator Plumb's Free Coinage Bill "Washington-, Bee 2. Among the vari ous communications and petitions pre sented and referred, were numerous peti tions for the amendment of the tariff bill, by providing for n rebate on manufactured tobacco; one from an old lady in Vermont 305 years of age, w ith photograph attached, asking for a pension; the annual report ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 3 December 1890

Site tSticteia aily gagle: BJjecTitJC6tTay JpLoxuiuxj, Jpcrcmlxcr 3, 1890 SETTLE BEFOREITIS TOO LATE A Thanksgiving Sermon by Eev. F. V. Stevens, Pastor Congregational Church, Wellington, Kan. "Ifye-wIlIPtni abide in tills lnnd, then wllll build vnn and not null ou down, and I Will plant you .nd not pluck you up; for I rpprnt me of the evil thut I liao dono unto jou." Jer. 2: 10. This Thanksgiving day is partly relig ious and partly civic. We arc assembled jis worshipers in a sanctuary of the Lord. Yet we are here, not by ecclesiastical man date, but by proclamation of the president of the United States and of the governor of the commonwealth. Wo are met as worshipers of God, but also as citizens of a nation. We are together in a joint meet ing of church and state met in response to an earnest invitation from the one whose chief function is not to mviu, but to command and compel. In this wo see the recognition of the interdependence of church and state, the voluntary character of th...

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

Qfa WLxtMtz gmhj iXQlt: WU&utsfaq pCoriwug, Jpexsmlrcr 3, 1890 "0, ft I i WICHITA HA3KETS. Receipts of Live Stock at tho Union Stock Yards during' the past 24 hours -106 Cattle, 1228 Eogs. Shipments OS Cattle, 150 Hoes, 36 Horses. The receipts of cuttle wore 100 head. There were wine good cattle on the mar ket, ouc lot of shipping steers soiling for S3.2T.. The supply of good butcher cattle has not been equal to the demand for.some tinys past. This grade of cattle would tell readily at tho quoted prices. The receipts of ho:cs were 1,2'S head. The market, was weiu from the start, buy ers not beine inclined to pay tlie prices asked. Considerable sorting was done, and there was a good many pigs and light liogs that sold at &1.252.55. Packing hogs sold from .3.25fa,;U13. The market closed 10 cents lower, with about lo0 hogs UllbOld. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET Wichita. Kan. Dec 2. cattl:. The rccelpisof cattlo were 100 head. The supply i pood iiuicliern' cattlo Mas not qua! to tho...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 3 December 1890

--- - 3T -3.rrr &i? 4 glte tiritita JpaiJu; gmjlc: Igletlucstfaij UXoruiitg Jpmwuci;, 3, 1890. I v f,wmf 5pp-s II Jt. M. MUKDOCK. Kdltor. This Hill-Cleveland contest is getting serious for his fatuleucy. Tho Peters burg Index is added to the Hill platx.011. This makes nine papers and spokesmen. It is a very dull day in Peoples party circles that some now namo is not mentioned as a senatorial possibility. The last is that of Judge John Martin of Tcpeka. mirmimmmmmm President Harrison simply proposes to fctand by tho previous policy of his ad ministration as made of record by the first session of the present congress. Our general's spine is equal to any emer gency conceivable. FOOD SWINDLERS. What has become of the WicbiU Eagle s bright column of "Sunflower Shimmer?' It is greatly missed from that, excellent journal. Atcliibon Champion. It took the Son-flower who shimmers about two days to get over bis Thanks giving. --- "Sockless Sinison" is what the east ern papers call him, but...

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. — 3 December 1890

glxe MitMfa gaittj gacjlc: Ecducstlaij granting, Jpcxxmlrcr 3. 1 S90. I ij r f . 1I.M. 1Htriock. Keillor. li. r MrnnorK. Huslness Manager. M. M. MU1D0OK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irtf r prrtatnlnc to 1 he btjlne of the prlnt Jrc lf jinrtirmt or blncWr. or for jidrrtlslnir rfinnM )" artrtreel to the business manager or other commnntrnl Ions to tho editor. Tho onlr ilnllv paper In Southwestern Knn"Aor the ArVanft A alley Teeelrlncr loth the Uajr aim nfclit Associate Iros Reports In full. ii-iiuo or :rn'rBiPTiov r a u.v r gi.e. Jn Advance Potnco Prepaid. Dv, one copv one rear ... . . ..? JJ Pnllr, one ropy, ulr month.. .. JJJ pntlv, no copy, three month -55 J)11y. one ropy, one month. .. il Three time a wwV, nny days dftrrt, per y'r... i Tliren times a -week, nnv (lavs de1refl. fix mo... 2 i f-unrtav Kdltlon, Ifi pose, one copy, one year ... 2 w bunday Edition. 16 pr. one copy, dx months, l - WELKLV LAOLC fneeopv. on rear "ffi One copy, lx month. " nemlttanrn may he mn...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 3 December 1890

r7-? -SJT 6 'glxc tWiidxihx Jjhtiltj rg!c: -Bfeawescfenj ptotrittg, geocmtr 3, 1890. Ml UHlr Ml! They Will Use a Bdlloon to Reach the Pole. PLAN OF FRENCH SCIENTISTS. An Arctiis Expedition from TVh Icli Great IlosultV- Are Expected Tlio Air Ship Which la to SoXvo the Problem of the Ages 5? regions Disasters. Copjrt by American Tress Assoc lotion. What is fit the north pole land, ice or open water? To sofe tills proble a many faring man have lot their lives, a nd now two ingenfous Frenchmen propos e to try the solution by a new process. Th oj' have secured the money, perfected the) r plans and set the laborers to work on ilhe ma chinery, and now announce that tbley will Btart for the pole early in May, 1892. In strictness of language their plan is not new, but is a new application af an old THE balloon e:n" kocti:. plan by balloon bu-t their balloon and attachments are so very ingenious that r-c.cntifio men say tioir plan app-ian? feasi ble, and much may bo diHCcrvcred, even lliouqh ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 3 December 1890

Ixje MicMta gaily gitglc: tcifajcscTay WLnxmug, mnTrcr 3, 1S9CL vi i B v i SUGGESTED BY NATURE. WONDERFUL COMBINATION GRAY AND COPPER, OF Some ol tho X.atet Dainty Fixings for "Women Who Aro Beautiful nd In tho Fashion, Too Tho Use of Astrakhan And I'erblan Lamb. Special Correspondence.! New York, Nov. 20. A couple of years ago I was sailing down New York bay, and over to tho west great masses of leaden haed clouds were banked up, thick and morose looking, as if heavy with impending storm and disaster. Just as the boat camo abreast of the Statue of Liberty tho Betting sun, big and bloody, broke through tho somber clouds, giving to each of them a border of coppery red that gleamed hko tho glowing embers in a fire, sometimes dull and then again flaring up -with a dazzling brilliancy that caused tho whole heavens to glow with quivering lines of lurid flame. How grand and beautiful a sight it was, with DAINTY THINGS FOR rnnTTY WOMEN. tho tall sentinel with her uplifted hand appearing to...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 3 December 1890

li ISticMta gaily gagte: MetTttestTay Pining. Qtttvabtv 3, 1890. 3 Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSCMJUTEiy PURE GOOD THM-YERYf! The "Jfobntton" niffht shirt for men. with "novrives" is our latest Good Thins. Going like hot calces. CANTON FLANNEL Tfiprht robes, iust the thin.c for those cold winter u'irhts, cost $1.3n; and nil elejraut embroidered front A'ovu for $1.00. Groat line of gloves, fcee our $1.25 -walking gloves. MI?" Tim Mm and a hen am. 149 3f aiATN ST. AMUSEMBKTS. CKAWFOUD GHAND.- 0 1., M. Ckaavford, Mancag SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0. Ladies and Childrens Fpecial ilat tiuco at 2 P. Al. Tlie Llttlo Electric Ma-rnet, OLLIE . EEDPATH, bupportpd by the Natural Actor, Charles r, Moratisox,. And Ills company of Comedians hinder and D. mo ors, Jn the Great fccu.satioiiai i omedy. The Fireman's Ward! SEE THE GREAT TIIfE SCENE. Charming Music ! Funny Comedians! Artistic Dancers! SEE THE GREAT ENGINE-KOOM SCEKE. See the mnraoth tank conialnlnc .17.0U) cations ot water, aKo the be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 4 December 1890

.x '"' b lagk Wirhilg I The Eagle is the only paper that reaches the people of the Great Southwest on the day of its publication. The Want Columns of the Eagle are read by Thousands every day; 2 cents a line a day. I TOL. XIY, NO 15. WICHITA KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1890. WHOLE NO. 204S. Ik I 0 s LP ?3 H W : b: V THE SIOUX INDIAN TROUBLE BIS CUSSED IN THE SENATE. The Present Management of Indian Affairs Denounced by Senator Voorhees. The House Passes Without Amendment the Bill to Enable Foreign Authors to Procure American Copyrights, A Caucus of Democratic Senators to Out line the Policy of the Party on the Elections Bill A One-Cent Post age Bill Introduced by Sena tor Oullom Notes, "WAsnrxGTON, Dec. 3. In the senate to day. Mr. Hawley, from the committee on military affairs, reported and asked to have put upon its passage a joint resolution authorizing the secretary of war to issue arms uud ammunition to the states of North and South Dakota. Mr. Manderson moved to amen...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 4 December 1890

xt SlicTxita aily gagle: IxurscTag granting, JpctjemTxer 4, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. SIGNAL Office. "Wichita, Kan., Dec. 8. Tho highest temperature was 42, the lowest 24, and the mean 33, with cold, cloudless weather; fresh, northerly winds and risiug barometer. Lafet year, on Dec. 3, the highest tem perature was 01, the lowest 48 , and the mean 54, aud two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 42, 30 and Feed L. Johnson, Observer. "Wak Depaetment, Washing rox. D. C, Dec. 3, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday: ForKansas Fair weather, except in eastern portions; light rains; southerly winds; warmer. For Missouri Fair; winds shifting to souihorly; warmer. EAILROAD MEN IN TEOUBLE. Chicago Eailroad OfSceis Alarmed by tho Action of the Federal Grand Jury. Chicago. Dec. 3. The grand jury yes terday resumed its investigation of the alleged violations of the interstate com merce law by western railroads and ship pers. A number of shippers were exam ined, and among the more promi...

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. — 4 December 1890

lit WLithxiK gaily gagle: gtastTag WwmuQ, Jpetemlrcr 4, 1890 m v IV WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Livo Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 24 hours 1 500 Cattle, 1110 Hogs. Shipments GOO Cattle, 350 Hogs, The receipts of cattle were 1.500 today. 7msinesin the cattle alleys was lively mid a large number of cattle passed across the scales. The offerings consisted of Tex nns mainly, with about 200 native feeding 6teers and butcher cattle. Feeding steers weighing from 850 to 1,050 pounds sold for C3.50S2.75. Butchers' cows and heifers brought $1.!K)$2.30. Speculators were ac tive buyers of feeders and stock steers. The market closed firm at quotations. WICHITA LITE STOCK MAEEET Wichita. Kan Dec 3. CATTI.Z. Tho receipts of cattle were good today. Oood rattle wore active and brought good prices. Mari.it Cloid steady. Nmlva shipping tfeers, good to extra.. .$8 25 Q.I 00 LiotMi locxuuna.nc uuicner steers, Jiwas J-JUIbs Native feeding steers Jsatlve Mockers C hoice cowi Mid hotfer...

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. — 4 December 1890

5P" -FS" Jgfec WicMbx Ipiviltj gatjlc: JpursfUrg fjfatfttius .cmTrer, 4, 1890, 4 "?KFrr?"r' 31. 3t. MCKDOCK, Kdltor. Charles L. llelmick who went from Kansas a few months ago as a mission ary to Africa, died Oct. 20th, with Afri can fever. It is said now that the Simpsons are in the senatorial swim, Jerry and Ben. Odds the difference; anything will equal the delegation from this state in the other end of the capital. Cleveland is opposed to silver and hns no more patience with the free coinage k'ea than has his Wall street owners, vet the Democratic party talk of putting liirn i.p as a candidate in 1802. Fond mother: My sou, with your ad vantages you should rise above your fel flws; 1 hope some day to sco you in con gress. Ambitious boy: That's what I am aiming for, you see I am not wearing no Bocks now. Yesterday's dispatch from Washing ton in relation to the new coinage bill Mrerodin the senate by Mr. Plumb, Viited that the gold dollar provided for should bo of 28.8 grains. It sho...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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