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

3?Ixe Mxita gaittj gagk: aimrtlavj gLammgt itgixst 23, 1390. I, A i v ' I r . 21 31 MunnorK I K P Mranorrc tditor I Business Manager. M. M. MTJED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlns to the business of the pr I Injr depnrtirent 01 bindery, or for advertlsln choald bo addressed to the business manager; a other communications to the editor The only dally paper In Southwestern Kansas o the Arkansas "V alle receivinc both the day and Stent Associate Press Reports in f ulL aEKMsornnscniPTioN nAiiTTACLE. In Ad ance Postage Prepaid Pally, one copy one ear fS on Pally one copj, six months 4 00 Pally, one copy, three months -' 01 Pally, one copy, one month " Three times a wetk, any daj s desired, per y r 4 00 'J bree times a week any days desired six mo 2 VI Sunday Fdltlon, 16 pines one cop v one ear 2 00 Sunday Edition, 16 paces, one copj. bix months. 1 2a WEEKLT EAGLE. One copv one year tl 00 One copy, six moiths 50 Remittance may b mode it our risk either by dr...

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 August 1890

2Pte WLicMiK Jpttxltt; gagle: Jtoittrffau. ltfrimMj, Jatrntsi 23, 1890. 6 .isisasass inrs "3 i i inr"a H 1 A II AT A j TT " California" architecture. I mm W KBSJKffiS&ffi!6A!rt? NUt BH H A. & 8 d U . b -. tea SS A.' ,, -. -r IX -.-.. -.. The 3SIan TVbo Is Pitted AS.inst Eepre- sentotavo BIcKiale- John G. Warv-ticSt. the Demoi"raticxiom- ineo for congress, who is contestiE tho Sixteenth district of Ohio with "da j. 31c- Kinley, is act Irishman by birth nd an American by phoice. Though his caveer V, has few saliont points for the biographer, it is illustrative of that numerous class 6 f men who have s-cocessfully raised tbeu selves above their original environments and achieved a considerable success. ZMr. Warwick was born in County Ty rone, Ireland, about sixty-three years ago. and he arrived in tbe United States in 1S50 with his brother. He became a dry goods clerk in the little town of Navarre, O., and moved to Massillon a few years later. In those days the Ohio canal was t...

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 August 1890

xt 'Wikliiiii ailg gagle: Jfatatlaij ptrrmtwg, .gst 23, 1890. V y IOWA'S COAL PALACU A Strntsturo Wherein a Novel Exhibition Ia Soon to Be Held. Corn and culture have for a long time been staple products in Iowa. Having be come foremost in the production of the former, and leading the Union, in tha least per cent, of USteracy, Iowa ia now about to take a step in another direction, and ex- BEAEED IX HOXOB OF KIKG COAL. Mbit to the states her resources for "light, heat and power" In a word, her vast store of bituminous product. The palace idea just now is the prevalent one, and bo "while her corn palaec has been built in the region of her great corn belt, and her blue grass palace located ia tho center of her best meadows, it is natural that Ottnmwa, being in the center of the coal fields, should be chosen as the site for hor coal palace, a unique and massive structure which hag been in process of construction for soma time and now nears completion. Primarily the coal palace will repr...

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 August 1890

a xz WLidtilx paiX ftagte: j atitrttoj ptorixhxg, uijtf5t23, 1890, Absolutely Pure A croam of tartar "baking powder. Fliffliest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Keport, Aur. 17, 1S89 ''YOUMAFS" FALL DERBY HATS Just Received. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita "E. & W." Collars 18 cts., others ask 25 cts. CRAWFORD GRAND o o M. L. CKAwroRD, Manaer TWO NIGHTS ONLY. CarcunaHclng Monday August 25. TJ World-Wide, Wellknown. Welcome Favorite PETE 35AKEB, America's Most Versatile Comedian. THE -. EMIGRANTS! MONDAY CHRIS : AND : LENA! -TUESDAY Replete with a grand, luirmnnious lilending of pretty souks witty .i ing and omical situations, villi tin-bright sunshine of music, supported bj a totnpiM.y of atkuoiVleilKed vocal and comedy iibilftj, jiretty fares, exquisite toilets elegant cos. t limes, niacittflcent venerj. lunniost pldjs eer vritteti. Dou't miss theiii. The richest dressed and most laughable comenies, KsonstrucleU bv hhn-elf. A niie comiwny, Including the most ...

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. — 24 August 1890

YOL. XIII, NO. 84. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOKNING AUGUST 24, 1S90.--TWELYE,PAGES. 1YHOLE NO. 1961. I GEAIN ELEVATOES. A COERESPONDENT DOES SOME IN DEPENDENT THINKING. And Brings Out a Number of Ideas Cloth ed in Terse Pharseology and Poetic Sentiment A Re view of the Subject. To the Editor of tho mile The writer hereof has been addreed on the question of the establishment of gram elevators. "Whether the communication was sent us with the idea that we have grain elevators in the holloa of our hand to bestow upon this city, or as an msinui tion that as a member of the bo ird of trade we w ere not doing "anv thing," or whether it was a hint to go to w ork, vv e are not able to determine "We are, ho ,v ever, "puffed up at being addressed, ev en if an insult was intended, as insults prove that one is not forgotten "Remembrance Is sweet, and wo would 1)6 remem bered If addressed with the idea that we have Influence, 'tis with A sadness and loncinc not aVln to pain, What J-eeinblt3 sorrow...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 August 1890

2 5pe WUchihx gaily gaglc: g imttay UtmJaxs &vt$nsk, 2 1S90. v WEATHER BULLETIN. I Sigxal Office, "Wichita, Kan., August ' 23. The highest temperature was 88, the lowest was G4,and the mean 76, with increasing cloudiness and light rain from 3:30 to 6 p. in.; falling barometer. Last year on August 23, the highest tem J pcrature was Si, the lowest 60, and the mean 72 ; and two years ago the corre sponding temperatures were Si, C0, and 72. Fr.ED L. Johxsok, Observer. War Department, Washington. D. C, August 23, S p. m. Forecast until 5 p. m., Sunday: For Missouri Showers in northwest, fair weather in southwest; southerly winds; warmer, except in northwest portion; sta tionary temperature. For Kansas Local showers in southeast, fair weather in northwest; southerly winds slight chances in temperature. A HEAVY LOSS. The Ness City Sugar Mill Totally Burned. NESS Cnr, Kan., Aug. 23. The Xess City sugar mill was totally de.tro3'ed by fire at 12 o'clock this morning. "When first discovere...

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. — 24 August 1890

""' l&e WLitMlvc gfcitg 'gxQU: Jtawffsg Ctmfmg, &ngnst 2 1890. 3 w .J i . FINANCEANDCOHS WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours-20 cattle 512 hogs, and for the week just closed, 1,128 cattle, 467 calves and 8,653 hog-s. There were so few cattle on sale today that very little can be said of the market. Good butchers' stock is wanted very much and high prices are being realized on every thing that is coming in. Some good butcher cows and heifers sold today as high as ?2.35:$2.40, which is fully 25 to 30 cents higher than one week ago. Buyers have not been able to get one-fourth as many cattle as they have wanted during the week as there have been so few on the market. There has been a fair run of Texans which were not on sale. Packers have taken nearly all the butcher stock and shippers and order buyers have done a very light business. There is a good demand for native stock steers and prices on this grade of of cattle are 20 ...

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. — 24 August 1890

4f glxe ISlitlxita gaily gagfe: j&rrafagj fjforwriuo., gutgust 24, 1890. M. MDRDOCK, Editor. EEPUBLICAN TICKET. For Congress. JAME R. HALLOWELIi, of Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. 2.1 District George L. Douglas. FSd District E. W. Phillips, flth District-J. E. Henley. County Officers. Probate .Iu1cc W. T. Huekner. "oi ntv Attorney W. .S. Morris Clerk District Court-Chas. H. Lullnc. Superintendent Public Instruction-D.S. Pence. Coiumibsloner First District-H. C. fcmith. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A dflpcsto convention of the Republican of Kan foh will t. held In the city of rmOuk.on Wednes dn v. the fid day of Soptember. ISO, at the hour oil o'clock p m., for tho nomination of candidates for- Chief justice of the hupremo courts (lovfirnor. Lieutenant sovernor. Secreturr of state. Auditor of State. Treasurer of state. Attorney general. Superintendent of public Instruction. Defecates to the convention mentioned above, shall ! elected by county conventions, duly calle...

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. — 24 August 1890

3P Wtttkitx gailtj gaglc: j&raclag gforahtg, gutgwst 24, 1890. 5 D u y 21. M. MntDOCK. 1 K. p. MrunocK. Kdltor. 1 Business Manager. M. 1L MUED00K & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letter pertaining to the business of the pr i Inn department or bindery, or for advertisln i-lioald bo nddresed to the business manager; a omer communications to tne editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kanas or jo Arfcacyis alley receiv-ins both the day and the liight Associate Press Reports In full. TEIlilS OF SUBSCKIPTIOV DAILY KAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Tally, one copy one year. . . . . . f S (H Pally, one copy, six month".. 4 Of) Dally, one copy, three months 2 (V) JJally, one copy, one month. . 75 Three times a week, any days desired, per v'r... 4 00 Three times a week, any davs desired, six mo. . 2 50 jpunday Kditlon, 1G paces, one copv, one year ... 2 01 feunday Edition, 16 pases one copy. lx months. 1 ' WEEKLY EAGLE. J)necopy. one year 11 Of) TJne copy, six months. . 5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 August 1890

&B tHRicHia jpailu; fpxgle: Santlay lemming, ltgttst ""24, 1390. 6 fE9Hfl053t? WILD BEASTS OP INDIA. SPORTSMEN FIND PLENTY OF EX CITING QUARRIES. JTIic "Willi Boar Is tho Best and Bravest. TUe Rhinoceros Acute Senses of Smell and Hearing Points on Hunting the Savaco Animals. ' Of all Indian animals the wild boar is tbs.best.and bravest. Thaverseen a great deal ofim, having formaayyears-nunted him on horseback or with a line of ele phants to drive him out of the thick coverts, so that other men well mounted on fleet horses might pursue and slay him with their spears. I washutan indifferent performer with the hog spear, and have no leats of prowess to recount though I onco .-took a first spear where about tan other -men were eagertfor that honor; but it was avery small boc?, and 1t was quite his own ifault that he fell into my hands, for I was sitting smoking at the end of a covert, just thinking of starting for home after a "blank morning, when the animaL rushed out and in self d...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 August 1890

- -i- ie icMia paily gagljc: Jfattflaij Hlomxiuxt, August 24, 189 0. !' SIT DJ W. I. Httrris' Opinion on the Perplexing Baseball Outlook. 2TCCH MONEY IIAS BEEN SUNK. Neither Side "IViU Compromise Now. Thoy Propose to Fight It Out to tho Bitter End, but to Preserve the a tional Interest in the Game. The agitation by baseball writers of the question of compromise has accomplished something, inasmuch aa it has brought out the fact that there is no prospect of a com promise during the present playing reason unless it be of a nature not at all likely to occur. Al Spalding, who seems to have been selected by common consent to bo the mouthpiece of the Xational league, de clares that tho only compromise that tbe league will listen to must contain at the start a proposition of unconditional sur render. At tho same time Mr. Spalding claims that the league has no animosity toward tha majority of the players and suggests that moat of them will find this to bo true when the surrender, which ho s...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 August 1890

a 'gktWLithiiz pailij fprgl: Jxmttatj pCorwing, itttst 24? 1890. PRETTY AND CAPTIVATING. " Miss Lillian "Walters, "Wlio Has Made a Great Success In tight Opera. Evangeline made the ..longest season of any of the extravaganza companies IstJt Beason, closing at Des Moines, Is aa July 4. Tho tour extended from Bangor, 4It., . OR NEVER! AT THE! -' S Absolutely Pure A cream of tartar baking ponder. Highest of all in leavening strength. F. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889 mrr""""-1-1 ' "YOUMAFS" FALL DERBY HATS Just Received. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita "E. & W." Collars 18 cts., others ask 25 cts. -RAWFOnD GRAND o KJ o- M. L. Ckattfokd, llanaer TWO XIGIITS ONLY. ConinicncinK Monday August 25, The WorM-Wnle. Wellknown. Welcome Favorite PETE BAKEE, America's Most Versatile- Comeiilan. THE -. EMIGRANTS! MOXDAY CHRIS : AXD : LENA! TUESDAY Replete with a grand, harmonious lilendinc ol 1 1 itty Kjnp, itt - infjs and comical situations, w,'h the bright sunshine of inuic supporte...

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. — 24 August 1890

r Jpe WxtWnx gattvj gagle: Jmuclau Htcrraiucj, ttgitst 24, 1890. 9 Guests at Camp Nineteen Br TR&BKHB PILE. Copyright. All rights reserved. CHAPTER L TWO TATTERDEMALIONS. "Dad,"" she said. A gust of March -wind caught up a bushel of the dust from an Arkansas road, threw it into the air, kept it -whirling high for a minnte, and then let it settle to the ground. As this dense clouding of the highway slowly ceased two pedestrians developed into view, as though materialized on the spot, by scene whimsical phenomenon, from that which the Bible says wa all are and shall return to. That the dust was a corporal part of these persons was not hard to believe, for the new deposit merely mixed itself with that which had pre viously whitened their heads, shoulders and other places of chance lodgment. They did not take the trouble to brush any of it off their clothes. They clapped their hands together, and having thus shaken it from chose members they rub bed it from thir facts. One ot them w...

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. — 24 August 1890

' - - 10 Qkt WtitMivt. axBj fpqjle: jrmTanj Lomiiig guujitsl. 24-7 1890. trertaeccrs- ,ne nonnoo woman, and that is all he -probably knows about it. Ho Vfill tak& ilia prisoners back to Apahoqne intna morning." "Thsft is a rough town, full of Okla homa boomera. Wo came through it throe days ago." "AndAUoway epoke o the chances that an Apahoqne mob might lynch his captives, becausssomo of the bogus bills havo been passed there. He talked to "Wiams about this danger, and Wiams offered to proyido half a dozen men for a posse. Hnshl" The admonition -vras caused by Deuce's incautious cry of alarm. "Don't you Bee," she said, "that if Wiams has made two men scapegoats for himself he -will get them lynched instead of Baying them? They'll bo murdered." "We will muster a force to defend them." "Better release them to-night." "Howf "Well, somehow anyhow." The girl was emboldened with her pur pose, and her companion caught from hex an ardor of spirit uncommon to his calmer temperament. "Let...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 August 1890

3P Mx.ita gailij fagle: juucTafi ltfruhicj, itgust 24, 1890. 11 i. j n I A '.J- t jf j M03BE MBION HAELAM). WHAT SHE HAS TO SAY CONCERN ING WALL FLOWERS. They Aro of Many Varieties The Pre destinate the Most Common The Blind ness of Men Who Sometimes Pass by the Sweetest of "VVomon. Copyright by American Press Association. The Indians call pursley "the white man's foot." It follows the squatter as surely as the domestic fly, and dies out with the decline of civilization. The human -wall flower may be said to sprout in the track of fashion. "With the first social entertainment among "our best people" of the infant settlement, be it apple bee, quilting or sugarin' off, the perennial plant is set against the walls or in the outermost borders. It is the same generically -with the sumptuously appareled rows that line upper ten ball rooms in Boston, Xew York and Chicago. The specimens are presumably "flow ers' or they would not be in society. Weeds and Mtchen herbs are not suffer ed to li...

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. — 24 August 1890

12 Jxz W&ithiict pailg garble: Jfomcfaxj Ptoruiug August, 24, XS90. SOME LMJiKillNjDr MEN. STRONG AND PtCTURESQUEuCHARAC TE&3 MET AT WASHINGTON. Walter "Wellman "Writes of '3Ex-Senator Palmer, George R. Davis, President Roberts, of the Pennsylvania Hailroad; George Boyd, .Col. Conger and Others, Special' Correspondence,! Washdcgtok, Aug. 14. The World's fair at Chicago is bringing to the front some-interesting men. No moroiattract ive and picturesque personality can be found anywhere than that of ex-Senator Palmer, president of the Cofcimbian ex position. Tv7iatI!ike,abontithe.ex-sen-ator and I discover that others like in him the same thing is his strong Amer icanism. He is an American of the Americans. He was in Washington a few days ago, where he-dined with the president and renewed his youth with all his old friends. Someone asked him how he had liked it ewer in Spain, whence he returned a few months ago, after resigning his post as minister to Madrid. "Oh," replied this...

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 August 1890

Kans. Historical SocietrS VOL. XIII, NO. 85. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 2Q 1890. "WHOLE NO. 1962. TO END THE TALK. MB. ALDRICH SUBMITS A FrOGKAM ON THE TARIFF. General Debate to be Closed Septem ber 3, a Vote to be Reached the 8th. Senator Gorman Acquiesces on Behalf of the Minority Mr. Plumb Objects to Immediate Action. The Resolution to Come Up Today Sena tor Plumb Argues for Reduction of Dnty on Mexican Lead Ores Representative Watson Dies Suddenly Capital Notes. WAnGTO, August 2o The senate met at 10 a m The resolution heretofore offered by ir. Plumb to prohibit the sale of spiritu ous, vinous or milt liquors in the senate ti ingot the capitol was tiken up, but in the absence of "Messrs Bliir and Barbour ii ho had offered amendments, it went over till tomorrow The tariff bill 11 as then taken up Mr Aldrich referitd to the unusual length of the discus-ion that his taken place on the tariff bill and s ud that that fact and the knoii ledge shaied bj all that the busine...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 26 August 1890

kt Wktofo. gaily gaglc: westTaij gtXormttg ttmtsi. 26, 1S90. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., August ' 25. Tbo highest temperature was SG, the lowest was C6,and the mean 76, with cloudy weather and .06 inch of rain at 7 p. m. Southeast wind until C:40 p. in., when it chanced to brisk and high north west. One and one-third inches of rain fell in the thunderstorm ending Sunday . morning. Last year on August 23, the highest tem perature was S3 , the lowest Gl , and the mean 72; and two years ago the corre sponding temperatures were 74, 6G, and 70 , with .59 inch of rain. Fred Li. Johxson, Observer. Was; Department, Washington. D. C, August 25, 8 p. m. Forecast until S p. in., Tuesday: For Missouri Showers; cooler, except in southeast portion. For Kansas Rains, clearing in north west portion; variable winds; cooler except in extreme northern portion; stationary temperature. LINCOLN AND STANLEY. LONDON, August 25. Mr. Lincoln, the "United States minister, strongly denies t...

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. — 26 August 1890

Jpe TOtMia gailtj gatrle: ticsttag pLorrtimg, gutgtttst 23, 1890, 3 FINANCEANBCOMIRCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Beceipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours 800 Cattle, 82 Calves, 560 Hogs, 87 Sheep, 25 Horses and Mules Shipments 681 Cattle, 212 Hogs and 25 Horses and Mules. t The cattle receipts were liberal but -were mostly Texas, "which, were fed and.watered at the yards. They were not offered for sale on this market. The offerings today were composed largely of native feeding and stock steers, which found quick sale at strong prices. There were a few head of fair butchers' cows and heifers on the market,-but not half enough to supply the actual demands of the buyers who are wanting that kind of cattle in good grades. There is also a good stocker and feeder trade. The Chicago market was slow. Kansas City steady on beeves and cows steady to 2o cents lower. This market closed strong. The hoc receipts were light again today and the market weak and lower, ?3.75 be ...

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 August 1890

r 4 gfcc imMxxia Jpailu garde: giKsctau IKararag, gatgnst 26. 1390. JI. MCKDOCK. Editor. EEPUBLICAN TICKET. Fon Coxgiikss. JAMES R. HALLOWELL, of Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. FM District George h. Douglas. S3d Dlstrict-E. W. Phillipe. 6Uh District J. E. Henley. County Officers. rrobate.Tudce W. T. Buckner, County Attorney W. S. Morrit Clerk District Court-Chas. H. LnlSnp. Superintendent Public Instruction U.S. Pence. Commissioner First District-H. C. fcnilth. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republican of Kan- Chief Justice of tlio supremo court. Governor. Lieutenant governor. Secroturv of state. Auditor of State. Treasurer of state. Attorney general. Superintendent of public Instruction. Delegates to the convention mentioned above snnll be elected by county convention?, duly called by the Feveral county Hepublican committee, under such rule? and regulations as may be by them prescribed. The basis 01' apportionment of delegates to paid state c...

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