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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 December 1890

I Today the Advertising Col umns of the Eagle are not only business like but truly artistic. The Advertisements in the Eagle travel hundreds of miles between sunrise and sunset It is up and away before the Ad vertiser has his breakfast I ! 4V "VOL. XIY, NO 20. TVIOHITA KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MOEN1NG, DECEMBER 10, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 2053. t hi it am o wvi j.m4A 15 a Y '- i (.. WASHINGTON. SHE NEW FINANCIAL MEASUKE OF SENATOR PLUMB. Jbc House Disposes of a Large Num ber of Public Build ing Bills. Provisions of the New Apportionment Bill As Agreed Upon by the Census Committee of the Honse. JBeport of the Nicaraguan Canal Company to the Seoretary of the Interior Mexican Lotteiies and American Mails The Compound Lard Bill Capital Notes. WASHINGTON, Dec, 9. Communications rrere presented from the attorney general, In response to resolutions of tlie senate calling for information as to voting places unci as to election supervisors. The attorney general states that his de partment has not the means...

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. — 10 December 1890

() Tixt WLi&vAx gaxltj xx$lz: Wt&TmT'WloTnhxg, get 10, 1390, p'p . -, WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigkal Omen. Wichita, Kan., Dec. U. Tho highest temperature -was 05 , the lowest 22, and the mean 47, -with fresh southerly winds, cloudless weather, rising temperature and falling barometer. Last year, on Dec. 0, the highest tem perature was 00, the lowest 38 , and the mean 49, and two years ago tho corres ponding temperatures were 57, 25 and 11. Fred L. Jonssox, Observer. "WAn Department. Washing ton, D. C, Dec. 0, S p. ni. Forecast until 8 p. m. Wednesday: For Kansas and Colorado Warmer, southerly winds, except in western and central portions of Kausas, stationary temperature For Missouri Warmer, fair weather, southerly winds. A FATAL FALL. TOPKKA, KAX., Dec. 9. Mr. Degan, an iron worker on the dome of tho state bouse, lell this morning and was instantly killed. Ho was at work on the inside of the dome, and stepped on a plank which slipped, lie fell 150 feet, and struck an iron crossba...

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. — 10 December 1890

jfyir.-TftlTiir, .T.inTr'.Tii "r ";..' -,"I kW. WLWiJIHwpg?1 .M.ByjH-ji".'W' 4, " ''" v "'' $Itc icttita gaily gaglc: Me thus (tag PfornitttL tmnbtx 10, 1890. If I1 FHMKE WTOHITA MAEKETS. Tteceipts of Live Stock at tho Union Stock Yards during1 tho past 24 hours -800 Cattle, 992 Hog's. Shipments 464 Cattle, 65 Hogs. The receipts of cattle at the stock yards iyere good today. The offerings were good And buyers were active. Business in the cattle alleys was lively all day. Good native cows and heifers sold from $1.25 2.40. A lot of Texas cows and heifers brought ?L50. One load of Texas bulls averaging 1,190 sold for $1.23. Native feeders and stock steers brought $2.15 2.75. The mnrket closed steady with about everything closed out. WICHITA LITiTsTOOK MAEKET Wichita. Kan.. Dec. 0. The receipts or cattle were good today. Mar ket was active and stronc Satire shipping steem. rood to extra.. .$3 25 4 03 Uaod to extra native butcher steers, 100O 15001bs 2S0 3 00 Native feodlng steers 2 25 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. — 10 December 1890

T $ftc WkMhx 5paxhj gitgfe: 'mctXmsdm fjloraittg gtuvxba, 10, 1890, Trtc yy g)F yPjBpBBKiBBBfff-'np IBfrfw Jl. M. MUHDOCK, Editor. The earnings of tho Northern Pacific for November were $98,201, against 82, 9G1 in 1889. Every man wants to buy a farm now, eo as to bo in a position to procure a gov ernment loan at 2 per cent. The Cotton-seeders of tho South got nway with the Hog-larders of tho North in a most pronounced way at Ocala. WE WANT MORE MONEY. Windom's Scheme, Sherman's Plan and Harrison's Desires Will not Do. Blizzards to the north of us and snow storms to the south, but the flowers con tinue to bloom in Sunny Kansas tho 3anie as they did iu tho spring. Chicago is makiug progress. The city council has passed an ordinance author izing tho issue of city bonds to the amount of 0,000,000 for tho world's fair. It is a noticeable fact that tho princi pal opposition to Pamoll, even in Eng land, is confined to the opponents of home rule, while in Ireland the people are well-nigh un...

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. — 10 December 1890

S? '--CT'F pe midiita gaily gaglc: jctlncstTaijanthtg, gctcmtjci- 10. 1390. 61. - 1. u " u ll.lt. Mtrcmoc-. K P. MrnnorK. Jsuylncs Manager . M. MTJ1D00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All lrttnr Trrta'nlmrtntfcn lmlnMof th print Sup department or Wndery. nr Tor ndrprmln Flioald be addressed to the business manager or othrr cnmmnnlratlons to the editor. The. onlr dallv pnper in Southwestern Kansas or Uie ArknriyB Vnlley receiving both Uio day and nleht Aiwoclate iTesa Reports In fall. hums of pmrnTPTiov n a ii t r ole. In Adronce Postaso Prepaid. Tlntl-.oncen'PYone vejir. f IS Dnllr. one oopv, six months J" Dr11t, one copv, three mrnths -1 ilnlljr, one copy, one month 12 Three time a week, nnv dnv lef trod, pervr... g Three time a Vfeelt, any days desired, six mo... - f" Fnnflav Edition, lfi pases, one ropr, one yesr ... - ' Eunduy Edition, 16 pages, one copy, six months, l WUKV GL1 Oneeopr.on rear 92 One copv. Mx months... . . .; , I?emlttnee mnr h mnrte at onr rlk ;,1r."v f...

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. — 10 December 1890

'ght TOtMIa Daily gagle: Wie&itcsiMj Pitting, gecemKev 10, 1390. f A FAMOUS OARSMAN. Australia Has Produced Tevr Better Scull ers Than Kcll Mattorsou. Australia, tho birthplace and cradle of great oarsmen, has given to the world few better men with tho sculls than handsome and plucky Neil Matter.son, whose picture appears herewith. He was born at Kemp sey, N. S. W June 6, 18W. An inch added to his height would make him a six footer, nd his professional weight i3 133 pounds. His initial public appearance was at tho Grafton regatta in 18S2, but tho victory that first gave him world wide prominence was when he defeated Peter Kemp for $1,000 a side on the Kcpean river Oct 18, 2884. Kemp gave up the fight after rowing one mile. In May, 1885, Matterson defeat ed C. Messenger for $1,000 a side over tho Paramatta river championship course. On Dec 18 Matterson lowered his colors to W. Black in a great race for the world's championship and $2,000 over the same course. He went to England i...

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. — 10 December 1890

!fte TSEictais Jpailxj gaglc: WttHmsdm mxmg, Jpcmtrtrcr 10, 1890 iri s n II L fe TBI WAR OYER. Baseball Rivals Have Patched Up a Peace at Last TIIE P. L. A THING OP THE PAST. W. X. Harris Reviews tlie Situation and Tolli How tho Problem lias Been Solved Flans and Prospects for the Coming Season. Copyright by American Press Association. It cannot bo said that tho Players' leflgne is exactly -wiped out of existence, but it is in process of liquidation and will in a few weeks no longer bo a factor in baseball. Tho baseball war is over and the cranks will be glad of it, although many of them will sorrow over the demise of tho Players' league, which they have supported loyally during tho past season. That it is a failure and that it will soon bo a memory was be cause it was not built upon a solid founda tion and because it was run rather upon sentimental than upon business methods. "While tho Players' league has been tho cause of the loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars to the corpor...

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. — 10 December 1890

S&e imicMta pailtj gagfc: IctXMCsttay'piomitt Semtjei; 10, 1890. 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. AMOLUTElff PURE -AMUSEMENTS.- PRAWFOKD GRAND VV ' M. L. CKAWronn. Manager jy Street cars at (ho door after each performance. ONE NIGI1T ONLY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. Imre KIralfy's Grand Spectacular Production, Sur PbfsIdz all previous revival of AROUND THE YORLD Under the Direction of KIRALFY BROTHERS. A Grand Company of Tcrpslchorean Artists. The New Great ilikado Ballet, ContiUtng of 100 Dancers, The Suez Canal. The Kccentrlc Palace. The Ganlcn in Toklo. Wreck of the Honrletta. The V. P. K, It. Train. The Olants Stulrwny. THE LIVE ELEPHANT MAZOUK. c HAWFOJtD GRAND.- -o I..M. CiiAwioitD, Jlacage K27Strcct Cars at the door after each performance. ONE NIGHT ONLY, DEC. 13. ENGAGEMENT OI" A. M. PALMER'S CO. nto.M im: Madison Square Theatre, "N. Y. In Sir Charles Young's Famous Play, JJDI, THE PENMAN !J J r "The preatet Success the JIadlson Square Theatre has ever known." Now York Her...

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. — 11 December 1890

WWirijila Bailtj Hagk The Advertiseenlfihty Today the Advertising Col umns of the Eagle are not only business like but truly artistic. Eagle travel hundreds of miles between sunrise and sunset It is up and away before the Ad vertiser has his breakfast J I TOL. XIV, NO 21. WICHITA KANSAS, THUESDATJMOIlNINaDECEiAIBERll, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 2054. r fc i W1SMM SENATOR FARWELL INTRODUCES ANOTHER SILVER BILL. The Amendment to the Tobacco Schedule of the Tariff Act Sent to the President. The House Devotes the Day to the Consid eration of the Measures Reported by the Committee on Indian Affairs. A Circular From the Secretary of the Treas ury in Regard to Bond Purchases The Number of Members in the House asPixed by the New Ap portionment Bill Other Capital News Notes, WASHINGTON", Dec. 10. Mr. Reagan cavo notice of several amendments winch he proposed to offer to the elections bill. Among the bills introduced and referred, were the following: , , By Mr. Farewell: To amend the silver act of last ...

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. — 11 December 1890

'She WiicWs fpailij xqlt: ItnrstTag piommg, gtmxrtux 11, is go. T0 TIE OLD SOD. TIIE-GHMGE OF BASE IN THE PAR MLL FIGHT. The Irish leader Received by Followers With tiic Wild est Enthusiasm. Bis The Uncrowned Tmz Immediately Pro ceeds to Make Things Exceedingly Sultry for His Enemies. The Anti-Parnell Manifesto Issned by the Members of the McCarthy Faction Expressions of Opinion by Various Irish Bodies ITotcs. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal. OrriCE. "Wichita. Kan., Dec. 30. The highost temperature Tvas 72 c, the lowest 81, and tbo mean 52, with very warm, cloudless weather, gentle, westerly to southwesterly winds and fall lug barometer. Jjahtyear, on Dec. 10, the highest tcm oeraturo was SS3, the lowest 38, and the menu 48, and two years ago the corres ponding tempcrutures wore 03, 2S3 and 45. Fhkd L. Jonx&ox. Observer. Wai: Dcpaktmext, "Washing rox. D. C, Dec. 10, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. in. Thursday; For Missouri and Kansas: Fair weather, colder, nothwcslerly winds, except in ea...

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. — 11 December 1890

3$ Wlxtkiix gaily gagle: glitfrscTag iPtfnmtxj, jecemlrer 11, 1890. r i, i I. ?s FiNANCEANDCOMMERCE i'ncMTA MAEEETS. Receipts of Live Stock at tho Union Stock Yards during: tho past 24 hours--114 Cattle, 902 Hoars, 15 Horses. Shipments 233 Cattle, 283 Hog's, 15 Horses. The receipts of cattle were fair. A good many good cattle were on the market but buyers were nil full handed and took hold Slow. The local butchers bought only the choicest o tho offerings, which left the bulk to be taken by shippers and specula tors. Some extra cows sold for Christmas beef for fancy prices. This class of stock will bo in good demand until holidays. Beport8 from eastern markets showed a tendency toward lower prices and buyers took advantage of the decline. The mar ket declined 510 cents and was dull at tho close. WIOHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET Wichita. Emu Dec. 10. CATTL-, . The receipt! of cattlo were fair. All grades bd 10c lower larket closed dull. NaUe fchlpplnc steers, rood to extra.. .325 3 03 ood to...

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. — 11 December 1890

3P WLxttein gaily gaglc: Sfcitcsttag ptawriag SftGemtet, 11, 1890 I 4 21. JimWOCK, Editor. It is Bcid that in New York City there is one millionaire in every 1,600 of the population. There is very little comfort in that for the less fortunate 1,599. Succi, the faster, lacks only five days of completing as long a term of ab stineuco from food as did Dr. Tanner in life famous effort of forty days. But Succi lacks it all of establishing the theory he started out to demonstrate, i. a, that man can live without food in definitely. It is a significant fact that Kansas papers wliir.h rwenived invitations to httunU tho Pulitzer building ccremonicSj the Wicbica EAGLE was the ouly one invited to the champagne supper. Topeka Capital. On the contrary, the Eagle has reason to believo that the Capital is the only paper in the state that did not receive fcuch a bid. JOINT KEEPERS PINED. Since the first of the present month twenty-one fines of $50 each have been im posed by Police Judge Leland on t...

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. — 11 December 1890

Ttvhy,1 j-'vivwr """gyy gg' --" ' irH jfs-v- - Jpe tSfticMta gaily gaglc: glntrs flag ptomug, Jpctcmbcr 11. 1890. 4 1 I! U ( iy H I! lI.M.X!nnrorK-. I Il P. Mronnr. Editor. I BuMnes Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All Irtte-pertalnlnetothebusliiMSOf the print Jnp drpartmont or bindery, or for advertlslnc Flinald be ddrrJ to the business manager or other commiinloatlon'j to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Knn or the ArVanwu valley rccelvlnc both the day and night Associate Press Reports In full. iuui8 or wmcniPTios n aily r agle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. TWv, one copy ono vear tsrr . A" , 2 0" Pally, one copy, 1x mnnthn.. l)ai stly. one copy, three months iiaiiY. one copy, one roontn .. Threo times a wek. any dar desired, per v'r .. Three times a wee, any days delred. six rao... 2 & Sunday Fdlj.lon, lfi paces, one copy, one year ... 3 " Sunday Edition, lCpagos. one copy, six months. I - WLfckL." KAGLE. "n ropy, on year 2! Onecopy,...

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. — 11 December 1890

tftwrf5'' y,'";fwqwf - - t'1 --?jsgq Jl Hj, -v?- v Wx !w Jhwr- -p Mittola gaily gaciTe: ihtrscTatj gtoruhrg, gecemter 1 X, I $90, TKEAT1M blOK DOGS. HOW A SPECIALIST PRESCRIBES FOR AILING CANINES. His Customers At Mostly, If Kot "Wholly, Axaosg the "Wealthy Pooplo Overfeed Their Dogs Points on When to 1'ced sad TVTiat to Give tho Animals. "Yfcs, rm a doctor now," said a bird fancier to a reporter, as he dropped a capsule into the open month of ahull dog: ho had "between his knees. "Yes, sir," he continued, patting the dog, "I'm a real doctor now; that is, as far as dogs and birds go. Can I cure them if tey are sick! Well, you just try me. Xever lost a patient yet, and some of my cures are marvelous. Does it pay? Well, I'just reckon it does. Do you soe that bull dog? His iiver is out of order, and it will take just three days to cure him. At $1 a visit and one visit a day that makes $3 not bad for curing & dog's diseased liver, eh?" "Is $1 your regular fee?" returned the Ecribq, ...

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. — 11 December 1890

- 'o '-W TtTy 23 Wiitlxxlu Ipaxtxj $: $fairsttag gjloiaxrocj, gemtxTrct 11, 1390 'i to NEWWOIiLD'SWONDEBS. FABLED SEVEN THROWN INTO OB SCURITY IN COMPARISON. Bcorei of the Creations of Modern Times Surpass Any or All of the "Wonders of the Ancients Some of America's Ee anrable enlevement. Compared with the seven wonders of the world classified by the ancients there are seven times seven wonders now. The fabled Colossus of Rhodes, the Alexan drian lighthouse, the hanging gardens of Babylon, sink into insignificance beside the achievements of modern times. The Colossus of Rhodes was, in all probabil ity, a myth, while the Bartholdi statue is an accomplished fact, and undoubtedly equal in point of achievement to any of the seven wonders of the ancientB, not even excepting the pyramids. As a matter of fact, the real wonders of the world, albeit they have ceased for the most part to be wonders by reason of familiarity, represent inventions rather than engineering and architect ural skill...

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. — 11 December 1890

Ifce WxtWs, gUttly c$: SfttttstTag tcrmitjg, gecemtrt; 11, 1890. 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. DSVJ Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE -AMUSEMENTS. pltAWFOF.D GRAXD M. L. CnxwronD. Manager JF"Street cars at the door after each performance. OKE XIGHT ONLY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. Iraro Kiralfy's Grand Spectacular rroductlon. Sur passing all preiio'isnnnaNof AROUND THE WORLD Under the Direction of KTJiALFY JiltOTIIEIiS. A Grand Company of Tcrpslchorean Artists. Tho Kew Great Mikado Ballet, Consisting of 100 Dancers, The Suez Canitl. The J'ccentrlc Palace. The Garden In Toklo. rwk of the Honrictta. The U. I. J5. K. Train. The Giants fatalnvay. THE LIVE ELEPHANT MAZOUK. 0 RAWFOKD GRAXD.- -I.. 31. Crawford, Manage P?Street Cars at the door after each performance. ONE XTGHT ONLY, DEC. 13. EXGAGEMET UP A. M. PALMER'S CO. J ROM TUE Madison Square Theatre, N. Y. In Sir Charles Young's Famous Tlay, -L JIM, THE PENMAN! i i "Tho sTPatcst Success the JIadlson Square Theatre has ever know u."-evr York He...

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. — 12 December 1890

JrjWirtiita paik Kagk g&ns, HlatorfORl Society Today the Advertising Col Timns of the Eagle are not only business like but truly artistic The Advertisements in the Eagle travel hundreds of miles between sunrise and sunset. It .is up and away before the Ad vertiser has hi3 breakfast YOL. XIY, NO 22. WICHITA KANSAS, EIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2055. i .! I n r V i Hv JCT 1 IHETLUMB RESOLUTION CONSID- Senator Blair Expresses a Very High Opinion of His Own Oratorical Efforts. The New Financial Sohomo to be Eeported to the House by the Committee on Banking and Currency. Address of the National Silver Committee to Congress General Miles' Eeport to General Sohofield on the Indian Trouble General Capital News and Notes. on invalid pensions, today received a communication from Commissioner Raum, in which he states that he has concluded examining claims recorded to Dec. 6, un der the new act. There are, he says, 172,946 original invalid claims. 55,823 original widow claims...

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. — 12 December 1890

pi. . i i w i ii ii i m r I i'i '. ""ff "aaajaalBaaaamwBjal IfoTOicfate toxlij gacjle: IftiiUq tJforuftrg, cnxtra- 12, 1890. W ' '-' !T WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita, Kan., Dec. 11. The highest temperature was 52, the .West 89 , and the mean 46, with folder, cloudless weather, brisk and liijh north winds and rapidiy rising barometer. Highest velocity of the wind 51 miles per hour about noon. Last year, on Dec 11, the highest tem perature was CI t the lowest 33 , and the mean 47, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 49, 31 and 40. JTkkd L. Johnson. Obserrer. War Department. Washing rojf. D. G, Dec. 11, 8 p. m. Forecast until 6 p. in. Friday: For Kansas and Missouri Colder, fair "veather, easterly winds. A HTLL HAflD. " H Man Kills Tivo People and Then Kills Himself. " Fort Smith, Ark., Dec. 11. Charles Joplin shot and killed five persons today nt the Ghenny Head mine, twelve miles from hero, and then committed suicide by fhootin? himself. Tho-o he killed ...

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. — 12 December 1890

gr-' 'gkt WLxthxix gaily gagle: Ifricftnj IJttjmnwg, $jcmtai 1 2, 1890. i1. ft I r: 1 :' ft t k SBSfSic WICHITA MAMET3. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 taours--46 Cattle, 748 Hosts. Shipments 40 Cattle, 318 Hogs, 50 Horses and Mules. The receipts of cattle were light today. Some 6xtra"'"fcws wer soilJlfoVOfa"iicy prices. Fair to common cattle were about steady at yc6terday's quotations. There was no great demaud for any class of cattle, but everything was sold that was on the market. WICHITA LIVE ST00K MARKET Wichita. Emu Dec 1L CATTLr. The receipts of cattle were light. Market ru about steady. Native shipping rteers. rood to extra... (3 25 Jl 00 Good to extra naUve batclieretoers, 10003 12C0lbi 2.V) daw Native feeding steers. 3 25 2C5 1 T5 d.1 05 175 2 50 NaUveitockers. Choice corns ana heifers Fairto good covrs and heifers.. Bulls and Btagi FatTcmllnc Good yearling Grass cows , fanners Poorer grades and scalawags. Veal calves, par head Texas, i-t...

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. — 12 December 1890

p Wtithxtz gailxj gagtc: 'guiXnxi Ptoruiug, gctewfcjcr 12, 1 89 0. 3C 31. M. 3IUKDOCK. Editor. female suffrage -went down, that is to gay it failed to carry, in the Oklahoma legislature. "We believe you. For the sako of tho loaves and fishes the Kansas representatives delivered the farmers over to the planters. An income of $890 a minute, day and night the year round would seem to be onough to place our Uncle Sam in afflu ent circumstances, and it would, but for the outgo of about the same amouut. Clerk McPherson has completed the roster of members elected to tho Fifty first congress, which shows 334 Demo crats, eighty-eight Republicans and eight Alliance, a Democratic majority of 336. The increase in population in the Unit ed States during the last decade has been 13,000,000, according to tho census re port, the total now being 03,000,000 in round numbers, including 315,000 In dians and SS.000 Alaskans. How we crow. . According to Secretary "Vindonis fig ures, there will be at leas...

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