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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 October 1890

y'naWigj3waqBa llxe icltila JMIij gaglc: j5ttucTuj IHamiug, drifter 19. 1890. 21. M. Mtrunorir. I IU p. Mrnnocic. Editor. I Business Mana;or. M. M. MUED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlne to tho bns!nps of the print InK department or bindery, or for ndrertlslne plionid bo nddreed to the business manager or other communication to the editor. The only dally paper In Southwestern Kansas or the ArkaiiHns alley recelvlnc both tho day and ull'bt Anaoclato Press neports In full. iuims op RrnsrnirTioN' n Aii.r eagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. PMly, one copy on year Pally, one. copy, ulr months.. Dally, one copy, three months jsm , 2 ) Pally, one copy, one month... . . Three times a -weolc. any days desired, per y r. . 4 00 Three tlmr a. trek. any days delred, sir mo... 2 J Sunday Edttion, lfi paes. one copy, one year ... IV) bunday Edition, 16 pases, one copy, bix months. 1 2a WEEKLY EAULE. Oneropr, one Tear H J One copy, six months. . ... , ,. M Hemlttancn m...

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. — 19 October 1890

pe W&itMtx gteilij fpcfe: mifowj l&crniitt'Sf, 9iotolcer 19, 1390. YOUNG PEOPLE'S LITEUAIIY SOCIETY. This flourishing society held its weekly meeting in the Baptist church. The fol lowing program was rendered in an excel lent manner: Recitation, J. Luther Burns; recitation, "The Modern Medicine Man," J. F. Adams, Esq. An original poem by T. J. Irwin was well received. The society paper, the "Boomerang," which abounded in choice wit and humor, was then read by the editor, Mr. B. F. Root. Debate followed on the question, resolved that novel reading i pernicious. Messrs. Theo. Forby. R. F. Knight and J. Luther Burns advocated the affirma tive; Messrs. F. Stansbury, B. F. "Witiver and Chas. Lease the negative. The judges, Messrs. John Miller, Horace "Welch and J. Webster, decided by a vote of two to one that the affirmative produced the better argument. The vote of the audience fav ored the negative. A spirited general dis cussion ensued, many members taking part. The critic's r...

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. — 19 October 1890

5grrT1T- 3?Ixjc Miiclxiht gaxlij gagle: luttffssiiteJtfft xirjcr f9,-1890 OS LIVING LNT NEW YOEK NYE PUTS THE EXPENSE AT MORE THAN YOU GET. $500 He Also Slake Other Intrrstln Re marks About existence in tlio Metrop olis and Tell Some Things About the Secret Ballot Lavr. Copyright by Edxr VT Nye Thorndyke Smiley, of Sandy Hush Townthip, N. C, writes: "Would it be too much trouble for you to tell me with regard to the expense of living in New York for a man in moderate circum stances and who is willing to economize? I beliore that if folks in New York only thought so they could save a good deal more money than they do. Why do folks kick so with regard to cost of liv ing in New York? I get $30 a month here, but am offered $40 to go to New York. Oughtn't I to go in order to ad rance, and also to make so much more money? "Will you also tell me what you know regarding the new ballot and all about Its history, if not too much trouble? We all read your stuff at our house and re gard it as a...

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. — 19 October 1890

t 303 TO 309 l C fVx &l 303 TO 309 EDOUGLAAVE. HiwvwA B DOUGLAS AVE. Opening Daily Lots of Fall and Winter Merchandise. SEE THE y w PRICES! No Otlier Honse in tlie Can Toncli Tliem! The masses that constantly throng our spacious establishment is certainly good proof that bargains offered by us are not duplicated by others "We advertise to let the people know what we have and how low we can sell. As to quality and variety our stock speaks for itself. More depart ments, more sales people and larger space under one roof than anywhere in this southwest country. BLANKETS. 69 Cents Brown blankets, -worth $1.00. $1.29 Silver grey blankets, very cheap. $1.89 Extra heavy silver ffrey blankets, the like elsewhere is $'2.50. $2.75 The finest blue grey blankets ever shown for the money. White blankets, all grades, from the lowest to the finett. 19 Cents One case of red damask. 22 Cents Good red twilled flannel. 5000 skeins of all wool yarn at 5c each. 89 Cents Ladies all wool plaid flannel ...

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. — 19 October 1890

9 - -.-?. .jTi mill WICHITA DAILY PiCES MJ WICHITA KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1890. THE EAGLE. if Jr)? L FOUND AT LAST. IBy T7. H. BALLOU. Illustrated by PEE tfANDO MIBANDA. Copyright. AD rl-"hts reserved. "Happy I may not call thee until I learn that thy life ha3 been happily end ed." Thus soliloquized young Mr. Henry Henshall as ho reclined, day dreaming, mgainst the cushions of his seat in the forward section of a Wagner car. The New York Central train was speeding him on and on, to which fact he was utterly oblivious. Ho had secured the forward section to escape observation. Ho sat with his back to the passengers. Himself was companionship enough. He desired only to think and to dream. Ho had but a few days since put Co lumbia college, so to speak, among his 6tock of reminiscences, with her highest honors in his trunk. He had mentally given over his father's great manufacturing interests, which invited him to take immediato posses sion and give the aged sire his desired...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 19 October 1890

10 gltc WLidxiivt gailtj gitglc: JntucTay f&jrouug, Bctabcx 19, 1890. luin; when ho was m-r, witnuis strange eyes burning into her face, or his fingers pressing her pulse, -while he proteuded to look at his -watch, she was as power less to resist as a bird under the fascina tion of a enako. Fortunately, the doctor was now away the greater part of every day, and Edna would take advantage of his absenco to comfort herself with the magic violin. She shunned her father, because he was forever sounding the praises of the doc tor; and, for the same reason, she avoided Miss Brown as much as possible, though that lady's increasing devotion to Mr. Crawford did not escape her notice. One evening after supper she heard Dr. "Watson saying to her father in the hall, "I expect to see u party from the west to-night, and if there is anything of importance to communicate Til wako you up on my return after 12." To this Mr. Crawford replied in a nervous voice: "If there is not a cer tainty of arra...

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. — 19 October 1890

gltc icMte Jpailtj gaglc: miflaij Morning. dabvc 1 9. 1890. XI r i L.M KITCHEN GARDEN WOEK. A STORY OF A MOST INTERESTING SCHOOL. It la Located In New Torlc, and There Children Are Taught How to Do JIany Thine That Will Bo Useful to Them In After Life. Special Correspondence. NEW York, Sept. 22. The kitchen gar den is n systematized plan to teach chil dren by toys and songs to do housework. Its founder, Misa Kmily Ilnntington, calls it the alphabet of the cooking school, be cause it prepares tho way for children to enter that, as tho kindergarten fits them forth grammar school. Miss Hunting ton's environment was calculated to set her to thinking how tho vices of the street might bo supplanted by something that SETTING TIIK TAIJLE. nhould offer greater attractions, nnd at the fcamo time give children useful knowledge, for she lives in this great city where young folks have nowhere else to go when not in the house. The kitchen garden provides bongsand exercises for almost every sort o...

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. — 19 October 1890

12 3Pe WLidixkK gailtj gacjfe: .fumTatj piorumg. xicrlxcr 19, 1890. Hast thou eaten of pomegranates that thine eyes Hold tho loot of one who ' er faintly siglis For a land of bleated shadovr, strangely sweet, Where a kins in days loss vanished stayed thy feet? Hast thou eaten of pomegranates that thy mouth Bears tho Etainof that rare fruitage from tho south T Is it that which through thy pulses soft has stirred. O'er thy cheeks Its rod v.-ina flooding at a word Some day as we stand a-dreainin there Bhall ring Clone from Bilver bitted boras of the kins. Wo Khali turn to give thee question, wonder eyed, But to find that thou host vanished from our tide. O'er the belted bees' sweet humming there Bhall fall Far and near throughout the morning tender call, As we wander, heart a-hunered, for some trace In the meadows and the pastures of thy face. Mourning Ceres lonj went calling, worn and faint, Till at last the cods pave answer to her plaint; But for us no sleopkis Ida watch doth keep. A...

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. — 21 October 1890

YOL. XIII, NO 133. If WICHITA KANSAS, TUESDAY IORNlNa OCTOBER 21, 1S90. WHOLE NO. 2010. A TREASURY DECISION OF INTER EST TO I3IP0RTERS. Mooting of Attorneys to Take Ac tion Regarding the Death of Justice Miller, Proceedings of the Havana Chamber of Commerce to Seoure Reciprocity With the United States. The Scottish Rite Masons Mr. Blaine's Denial Suioide of Architect Mullett Admiral Porter's Condition Other Matters of More orLssa Interest. WAsniKGTOX, Oct. 20. Applications have been made to the treasury depart ment by the importers who had tobacco in lwnded warehouses prior to the passage of the act of Oct. 1, 1800, for permission to withdraw the same at the weights ascer tained at the time of said withdrawal. These applications are based on the second proviso of section 50 of the tariff act, which prescribes that "when duties are based on the weight of merchandise deposited in any public or private bonded warehouse, said duties shall be levied and collected upon the weight of such ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 October 1890

2 Iie MxcMfa gaily gaglc: f usday iowrittg, (llrffftr!; 21, 1890 WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office. Wichita. Kan., Oct. 20. The highest temperature was 05 o , the lowest up to 7 p. m. was 40, and the mean 5G, with increasing cloudiness, and .04 inch of rain after 2 p. m., southeast to east wind, much lower pressure. Last year on Oct. 20, the highest tem perature was 58, the lowest 39, and the mean 48, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 54, 32 and 43. FRED L. .Tonxsox, Observer. "Wah Department. Washing ton. D. C, Oct. 20, S p. m. i orecast until s p. m. Tuesday: For Kansas Colder, northwesterly winds and rain, clearing Tuesday after noon. For Missouri Cloudy, warmer, and rain, southerly shifting to northwesterly winds and colder by "Wednesday morning. A MASHER. St. Joseph, Mo., Oct 19. Henry Fewell, X young man emplaycd at Connett's brick y.ird.was found two miles south of this city ihis morning with seven knife wounds. He claims he was held up by three men and rob...

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. — 21 October 1890

Ste tSRMriia gailij gatjle: uestlag fjfltoftfhn, Qctofter 21, 1890 r r TOfflTA HABKETB. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during: the past 48 hours 645 Cattle, 604 Hogs, 47 Horses. Shipments 632 Cattle, 485 Hoars. The receipts of native cattle have been light today. Good butchers' cows and heifers brought good prices, one lot selling for $2.25. A largo number of Texas cattle were on the market, but went out in first hands. The supply of stockcrs and good butcher and shipping cows has not been equal to the demand for the last few days. The prices on this kind of stock are firm at good figures. The receipts of hogs were fair. A good deal of sorting was done and top hojjs brought 3.90. The mar ket was strong at Saturday's figures. Shippers took most of the hogs, packers not being suited with the offerings. Sev eral late loads were closed out at ?3.S2. About everything was sold thatwas on the market. More well fed medium hogs could have been sold at fair prices. Kau nas Ci...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 October 1890

4 $xt WLitWz guity gagfe: luxstlau tcaxdns, Qstobat 21, 1890. Jl ". MnSPOCK. Frtltor. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. cmur justice. Albert n.Horton Shawneo county COVEU-NOR. Lyman V. Humphrey Montgomery county L1KUTEXAAT CCVEIIXOIU A.J- Felt Nemaha county SECRETARY OF STATE. "William Illcclns Shawnee county STATE TREASDKER. S.G. Stover ., ncpublic county ATTOUNEV GEXE11AL. L.n.Kc-lloec Lyon county STATE SUPERINTENDENT. GeorceW.WlnaiiK Geary county STATE AUDITOR. C.M. Uory Thomas county For Conordss. JAMES K. HALLO WELU or Sedewick County. For tho State Legislature. Ki T)Mrlct--rorse I.. Donclas. Kii Dtetrlct-K. W. I'MUIps. S4th Distrlct-J. E. Henley. County Officers. Trobate Jndce W. T. Buckner. County Attornrr W. h. JlorrU Clerk District Court-Chus. II. Lullne. Superintendent Public Instruction ,D. S Pence. Commlsfcloncr Flret District II. C. Smith. COL. HALLO WELL'S APPOINT1IENTS. Hon. J. R. Ilallowell, Republican candi date for congress, will address tho voters of tho Sovunth district a...

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. — 21 October 1890

ywmmr' TrS.W JVSJ '.SM-'sgir!--jp'aL ifee W&dxite gaitij ganle: $nestto f&toi-nhio.. jcW&ck 21,1 890. ( JI.M.MrnnocK. R. P. Mrrcnocic Editor. I Hnsiness Manager. IL M. MTJEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All If ttrr pertaining to the bu!n" of the print ing department or bindery, or for advertising Fhoald be nddresed to the business manager or other communications to the editor. Tho only dally paper In Southwestern Knnas or the Arkansas ' alley receiving both the day ana ulcht Associate Pres Reports in fall. lEiuis ok srnpmiPTio: n ailt t.koix. in Advance Postace Prepaid. pnllv, onocopvonn rear ? m Pnily, one copy, ivmonths " Pally, one copy, three months - LV Pally, one copy, one month... . ;. As Three, times a week, any daj s desired, per y r. .. in Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... - M fiunday Kdltlon, JC paces, one copy, ono year.... 2 00 Sunday Edition, 10 paces, one copy, blx months. 1 - WEEKLY ZJLGLE. Onecopr. one vear fl Jj One copy, six ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 October 1890

Ixje WlitMix J3ai gagle: gitjestlafrj 'gXl&ttxmg, Ariste 2 1, 890, HELEN mm John Ward's Wife on the Stage Again. HER GOWNS IN THE WHIRLWIND. Edith Sessions Tupper Interviews the Star for the Benefit of Our Headers. What 311 us Dauvray Has to Say for Herself and Her Play. Copyright by American Press Association. The return of Helen Dauvray to the stage is one of the topics of dramatic interest. The romantic circumstances of her marriage to IIELEX DAtn'RAT. John Ward, her subsequent projected re turn to the stage, which her husband for bade; the mystery surrounding their sepa ration, all are recalled and discussed and conjectured about. Miss Dauvray has al ways been known as a painstaking and conscientious actress, who has labored faithfully in the interests of the American drama. She mudc a hit in "One of Our Girls," though it is generally believed she was a pecuniary sufferer by her Lyceum ventures. I had not seen Miss Dauvray since I used to watch her enthusiasm over baseball, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 October 1890

IRt IS&icMfa gaily; fagle: ttiscfai Stamig, Qdxfott 21, 1890. fe' j , SCIENCE AND PROGEESS. INTERESTING KNOWLEDGE PRESENT ED IN BRIEF AND POPULAR FORM. The 'Wonderful rhonomenon Known as Mm Milky Way, Which I a Marked l'caturo in the Sky at This Season. What Scientists Have Thought of It. The Galaxy or Milky Way is familiar to all readers, and although visible all the year round is perceived more plainly in August, September and October, or at the beginning and ending of that period. This tone of stars was well known to the an cients, but Galileo was the first to decide that it is formed of stars. To Sir John Herschel much of the information we have concerning the Milky Way is duo. In this wonderful zone of btars the cen ter of our system, the sun, is placed. 1235. - t -" ' 4ARKsCt VST ' ! iz&R&r . . r SteX. JF " :"- THE MILKY "WAT. It was supposed to bo divided as in tho diagram here given, the inner portion be ing the stars seen in their thickness, and the outer ring r...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 21 October 1890

p WLitlxiizt Ipaxl'gagl: -njestTaij gaming, dvibtt 2f X89TJ, a I, A BIG LOT -OF- Will lie put oil sale at 10 o'clock this morniuff. Price 18c Each. JOE, The Hatter, 149 N Main, Wichita KKAIj estate. (Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co. The following transfers of real estate were filed for record in the office of the register of deeds. Lee Robins to Marilla A. Pease lot 3 blk3Goddard 400 Abram Smith to A B Wnsrht n 20 f t 27 and south 20 feet 20, Topeka ave Hilton'sadd 1 John Mendeuhall to F M Scott s w qr b war and lot 7 in 10 28 le 3SO0 Alliance Trust Co to C. W. Morgan 3 Main st, Schumacher's add . 1000 J B Proctor to II G Felter 1-10 mt of J of w hfseqr and swqr also ehf s e qr all in 8 lw 350 Kufus Cone shf to E M Fairchild ISO Main st. citv 1 Kufus Cone shf to E M Fairchild 9 to 39 Buffum ave, Riverside add 100 Rufus Cone shf to Mattie A Burrell 29, 31, 33, 35 blk 4, Washinton add. . 50 Nancy M Lawrence to James M Davis 115 117 blk 4 Orme & Phillips' add 800 E M Fairchild to...

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. — 22 October 1890

aaajajamepanj f VOL. Xin, NO 134, WICHITA KAXSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22, 1890. WHOLE NO. 2011. a;lapPv5' -- i . -r - . , - " - ; - " 3 ' mi -r r W ' I WICKED WAYS. TIIE DAY'S RECORD OF TIIOSE WHO FOLLOW THEM. How an Illinois Loan Agent Pro ceeded in Order to Raise the Wind. A Jealous Woman Attempts to Put a Bullet Through Her Pormer Lover's Heart. An Aged Wife-Beater at Atchison Com mits Suicide A Police Officer Shot by Bnrglars The Usual Batch of Suicides, Assaults and Minor Offenses. HABVARD, HI., Oct. 21. Charles Arm strong, for forty years one of Harvard's most prominent citizens, has proved to be a defaulter, having robbed his clients of 625,000. Ho had always borne an un blemished reputation; but now it tran spires t hat for years ho has been practic ing systematic frauds. Armstrong, who is now 77 years old, and very feeble, has carried on a general collection "and loaning business, besides being a justice of the peace. He loaned large sums of money, making thirteen lo...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 October 1890

Ipe mxtWa. girilg Wxtfto: WWtuesffaqj "pton:itt& Qxfofar 2 2, l S 9 0 v WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigxai. Office. Wichita. Kan 21. The highest temperature was540i the lowest up to 7 p. m. was 49, and the mean was 52 , with a cold rain, followed by clearing weather toward night; rising barometer; fresh to light northeast winds; rainfall, .00 inch. Last year on Oct. 21, the highest tem perature was 67, the lowest 46, and the mean 50, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were 40, 40 and 43 , with .86 inch of rain. .Fred L. Johseos, Observer. War Department. Washing ton, D. c, Oct. 21, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Wednesday: For Kansas Fair weather; variable winds; blightly warmer. For Missouri Cloudy weather and rain; variable winds; stationary temperature. BRIEFS. The population of the state of Oregon is 312,400 and of Portland 47,294. In honor of Count von Mollke's birthday there will be a torchlight parade in Berlin of 100.000 persons. The whole city will be illuminated T...

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. — 22 October 1890

lailij gagle: MMittstTag Wyoming, Qrtabtv 22, 1890 w .. IB $p? 1 WICHITA MAEKET3. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Tarda during: the past 24 hours 191 Cattle, 1,401 Hogs, 25 Horses. Shipments No Cattle, 403 Hogs, 25 Horses. The cattle receipts were fair. Most of the offerings consisted of butchers' cows and heifers. Some feeding bteers were fcold at good figures. Stockers also sold well but were scarce. There has been a constant call for Mockers, and especially yearling steers, during the week, but the snpply has been very light. Poor cows nndthin stuff sell at low prices and are not in much demand. The. hog receipts for the past twenty-four hours have been good. Nearly 1,500 hogs were on the market yesterday. The quality of the hogs was good. The market was from p" to 10 cents lower today than yester day, bulk helling at$4.S0. Packers took the berft of the hogs at top prices. Shippers also bought freely. The late market was quite active at ruling prices. Heavy hogs aro in ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 October 1890

4 be SSBGtc&a ailij gagl: eauesfcnj ptoxmtwr, efofaa; 22, 1 890. M V. Ml'KDOCK, Kdltftr. BEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. CUitV JUSTICE. Albert H. Horton Shawnee county OOYEUSOJt. Lyman U. Humphrey Mtmtcomery county UEUTaXAST OCVZKXOR. A.J. Felt Nemaha county SECBETARY OF STATE. William Hlrcin ,. Shawnee county STATE TntAiUHER. S.Q.StoTer Kepubllc county ATTORNEY CENERAL. L.B.Kellosr? Lyon county STATE tfOTEKINTKiTOBNT. George W.Wumuui Geary county JSTATK AlUMTOH. CJLHovey Thomas county For Co'gkesb. JAMES It. JJALLOWELU or Sedswick County. For the State legislature. K& DUtriet-Oeorse I. DoueU. Kid District E. W. Phillips. Mth I)itrkt-J. E. UcnJy. County Officers. Probate Juflee W. T. Buekner. Cotnty Attorney- W.K.. Morris- CMerSc DlitrlctCourt-Ctuit.Jl. I.uHnc. Superintendent Public Instruction .D.S Pence. CommUeloaer First DUtrlcfc-11. C. bmlUi. COL. HAL-LOWELL'S APPOINTMENTS. Hon. J. 11. Hallowell , Republican candi- dato for congress, will of the Seventh district dates following...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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