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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 May 1890

W:mi! wJflHS&iBWBJBy g 'ygiwgg-qyr- - Kans. Historical Society YOL. XDI, NO. 5. AVIGHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING MAY 24, 1890. TTHOLE NO. 1872L THE WISHES OF RESUBMISSION ISTS COUNT FOR CAUGHT. Governor Humphrey Does Xot Ap pear Before the Business Men of the State. The Intended Memorial Hot Presented by the Kansas Republican Resub mission Convention, A State Organization Effected and Many Speeches Made The Nullification Spirit Evinced in Some Quarters Denounced as Dangerous The Memorial as Prepared for Presentation, Special dispatch to the Dally Eazle. Topeka, Kan., -May 23. The state Re publican Resubmission convention met in representative hall at 2 o'clock this after noon with three or four hundred in at tendance. Hon. A. L. Allen, president of the Re submission club of Kansas, addressed the convention as follows: 1 MR. ALLES'S ADDUESS. Gentlemen or the convention : The Republican rcsubmissionists of the state of Kansas, believing that constitu tional prohibition is workin...

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. — 24 May 1890

ywnvg hz Wlxthttti gailtj gagle: j&turdtoj fEtfmmg, IPay 24. 1890 NO CESSATION. BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS ENORMOUS. STILL Great Increase in the Volume of Trade -with Corresponding Confidence. The Great Industries All in Good Shape foreign Trade Very Heavy Money Comparatively Easy, Eeported Damage to 'the Kansas Wheat Crop Greatly Exaggerated Copious Eains Doing Much to Improve the Condition Insect Pests at "Work in Illinois. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sigxal Office, Wichita, Kan., May 23. The highest temperature was 74 the lowest up to 7 p.m. C3, and the mean 08, with light showers during the forenoon, followed by cloudy weather, nearly stationery pressure, lower tempera ture, .01 inch of rain. Last year on 3Iay 23, the highest tem perature was 80, the lowest G0, and the mean 7G. Fked L. Jonxsox, Observer. War Depaktmext, "Washington, D. C, May 23, 8 p. m. Forecast until S p. m. Saturday: For Missouri and Kansas Cloudy weather and rain, southerly winds, cooler iy Sunday morning. EVERYTHING F...

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 May 1890

lxt WUcMitc gailtj K$ki aiurflaij Waning, ftay 24, 1890. SteUHl WICHITA MABKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours 80 cattle, 1,130 hogs. The cattle receipts are running very light on account of the break in price and light demand in eastern mar kets. The export demand being almost at a standstill. Choice light butcher grades are the favorite sellers now and prices on this grade of stuff rules steady to firm. Hog market opened 21-2 cents higher than yesterday's close, owing to an error in a telegram from Kansas City, quoting the market higher, when it was in fact lower. The market sold off to $3.65 before noon and $3.02 1-2 purchased most of the afternoon re ceipts. The close was steady. o WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan., ilay 23. CATTLE. Hecelpts 8th shipments 100. The receipts are running light on account or the late break in the eastern markets, and the le-. de nwnd foi hcaTY cattle. The export trade has got a black eye for the present. Choice ...

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 May 1890

b.3r?' -ip- js-p? -Tj.pi.Jw jiiii(js!'SS!'"v'w5,!e-" ;Sa?'W' ;& 4 Jgfce McMte gaily; fagte: atniflaitt ipomhtcj, fpfou 24, 1890, Jf. 3T. MCKBOCK, Editor. Laiixed, Kan., May 11, ISM. There Trill be a meeting of the Republican State Committees at the Copeland hotel, Topeka, Kansas, Slay 27, 1S00, at 4 o'clock p. m., for tho punose of filling vacancies in paid committee, naming time and place for holding Republican Stato Convention, Cxing basis of representation for same and trans acting such, other business as may properly como before it. Hexrv Boom, Chairman. Biox S. HcTcnixs, Secretary. "What is the matter with Erie division K. P. Twenty-nine men in Topeka, and cant drill a full division. "Walt "Whitman, the poet, intends to know where his body is going to repose "when lie dies, for he has made the selec tion of his grave. The widow of the late General Thomas P. 3Ieagher is said to be about to marry Millionaire John A. Creighton, of Oma ha. This is a mere rumor, though it is a p...

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. — 24 May 1890

"fTfrWfi?;, ''! '"'yyuy.M.'.-y Ilxe tSUicWte iailtj gagle: JfehrccfeB priMg, fjfcru 24, 1890. R' ( I iSSllfiKSgi? I M. 31. arunnoTc, i It. p. Mranocrc. Ktfltor. I Business Manager. H. ,M. MUEDOOK: & BEO. fublisliejsaiid Proprietor s. All letters pArtaintns to the business of the pria injj depnrtmpm or bindery, or for advertteini: frhoald Ik? adilS-e-wd to the business manager; al other commnnfeailons to the editor. The only d.Tfilj paier in southwestern Kansas or ten Arkana-y tuey receiving bo:u tlio day and night Associate Press Reports in full. Ti-iuis tp stoscuiption' daily eagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one cojvv ore rer $8 0(1 Daily, one com-, sir month.. 4 (0 Daily, one cojpy, ttree months. ' (V) Dally, one com-, oie month.... 75 Three times h -weft, anv rtnys desired, pery'r. .. A 00 Three time's v wek, any days desired, sis mo... 2 50 t-unday Edition, K pages, one copy, one year 2 00 bunday EdiU'on. Jipacos, one copy, six months. 1 25 "WEEKLY 11AGLE. Onecopr.o...

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. — 24 May 1890

--- - - ,- i-Cfeavi inSKi 6 2P IBJicteta ailg gacjle: atatfoij pfomtittg, Ipfeg 24, 1890. ? A FASHIONABLE HEALER. Uow a' Doctor Must Bo Born and Ihe to Bo Celebrated In Chicago. Special Correspondence.! Chicago, May 13. I cannot write about doctors, naming them, because the fra ternity holds that to bo quacking of a sort to bring calamity on the people; neverthe less, the success of a doctor, these times (when nobody believes in doctors till he gets the grippe), must be a subject of value. X.st us suppose there bo twenty doctors in one building; how comes it that ono doctor will write more prescriptions than all the others together? The answer is "Success," but nobody can define the an swer. The best thing wo can do then is to describe this exponent of success in Chi cago, noting those things wherein he dif fers iroxa the ordinary doctor. In the very first place he is a good look ing man, decidedly. He is eo good look ing, too, because hois so deeply affected by my affair when I cal...

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. — 24 May 1890

xt Mktxiia gaitij gajlc: Jfehwtteij pitting, ffltog 24, 1890. MY HAPPIEST DAY. Youagfcthob;-pjestuayof all my life, And guess 'IT1 8 spent -oriax. one Lloved. Not so. uWc3CnTi rc with victory of -warf" Ah, nol "The conqnerca of ioe In mortal strlfef Nay, fricndJ ljriy hurt me with theso questions rifcieP In treason r ur nobler selves? "Why know Ye not wit Ad j&hearto man does glow Ararco of "" iove the love of irffe, Most helptpvi tran5dnd to win saccess, Denied to no'J" o matter how uncouth, The taxes ns 'o lasting happiness I've been It on, 1 ry since early youth ; Its graces on- are all but numberless lily hdppiesS . " vraapent la finding Truth. --JacksoaJlin Loaisvillo Courier-Journal. Tw 'XFOiiIUon Occultists. It is said if the- the Occultists ho.ro become bo powcri'"lcf'.iat the Sniritualtists have been 1 orcei come to terms 'with them. On this poi ns- no of the high priests of tho faith has in saf shed me with some curious details. Ac,rdlng to him there aro no fewer than ...

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. — 24 May 1890

"S 3pte fHEieMte jfpaxJu; fa:cXe: Jatartoij limtiwxj, f$att; 24, 1890. 8 i. nh . 4.- -ty Absolutely Pure.j Tlitfl twwrter ixsvcr varies. A marvel of parity, rtreneth and wjiolosonicness1. Jloro economical tlia.il the ordinary Iduds and cannot bo sold In tom petttlon with tio ooltHiHle of lou tot, 6hort weight, alutn or pliotpliate powders. Sold onlv in caiib. Royal BakinK Powder Co., 105 "Wall St. X. Y. "MINGO5' FITS EASY AND WEARS WELL "MINGO" IS "E&W" LATEST COLLAR. OUR PRICE IS 18G Thoo who Knuckle down to "E. & W.V copper-bottomed contract are compelled to sell them for 25c. We save you 7 cents on eacli collar. aTAfl" Thn Mm and Halioi'iklm. 149 X MAIN ST. GRAND CONCERT FIRST : H1ESBYTERIAN : CHURCH MAY 23. 1300. MISS NEALLY STEVENS, Of. Chicago. Planiste. ' AND MISS LILLIAN JIAMBLIN, Wichita's r.ivorlto Vocalist. Admission 50 cents. Peats reserved at Champion'3 look store without extra charge. REAL KSTATE. (Furnished by the Denm Abstract Co.) The following transfers of ...

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. — 25 May 1890

WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING MAT 25, 1890.-TWELYE PAGES, WHOLE NO. 1S73. YOL. XIII, NO, 6. TROUBLE PROMISED. BLOODSHED A POSSIBILITY U BEHRING SEA. Canadian Sealers "Will Entirely Ig nore tlie Order of President Harrison. Senator Macdonald, of Victoria, Predicts a Olash of Arms Unless the Matter ip Adjusted. Mr. Wilson's Bill Regarding Liquor Trans portation to be Acted Upon This "Week Senators Not Determined on Ac tion on the McEMey Bill Proceedings in the House? Capital Notes. OTTAWA,. Ontario, May 24. Senator Macdonald, of Victoria, B. C, is here. Speaking of tho Behring sea matter he said that sealers would simply ignore the action of the American executive The Canadian sealing fleet, said he, would go into Behring sea, as they considered they had a perfect right to do. "I have long thought that the whole matter will be brought to sudden maturity by some act of bloodshed on one side or the other. Some bold captain with a ship load of val uable skins and feeling himself legiti...

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. — 25 May 1890

?fi weafejagi'jNee fa imicMfa fgattg fgagfe: JSxitttlag ptetthig, ittay 25. 1890. t i ij- SALISBURY AWAKENED. DANGERS TO ENGLAND'S AFRICAN POSSESSIONS. Negotiations Recognizing Impor tant Concessions to Germany Suddenly Brought to a Close. Vigorous Protest From Chancellor von Caprivi--The Matter Probably at a Stand. Emperor William Celebrating the Queen's Birthday With Marked Effusiveness A Turkish ''Jack the Kisser" and Companions Sentenced For eign Gleanings. WEATHER BULLETIN. Figxal. Offick, Wichita, Kan., May 4. The highest temperature was 73, the lowest up to 7 p. m. 57, and the mean GG, with .(KJinch of rainfall in the morning and a trace at G:40 p. m.; slightly cooler, partly cloudy weather and light southwest to brisk north winds. Lat year on Hay 24, the highest tem perature was 07", tht lowest 50, and the mean G2. Fred L. Johnson, Observer. AVaix Department, "Washington, D. C, May 24, S p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Bunday: For .Missouri Fair weather, preceded by rain in ext...

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. — 25 May 1890

r a' ' "" g" t" ' ..'yrty"35aT8t- Sit MMiifaSasIjet-iraaatrPfxrmiti $$Iaij 25? 1890. 3" it INANCEANDCOMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours 40 cattle, 582 hogs, and for the week just closed 639 cattle, G009 hogs. Quite a Sailing off in cattle receipts, but a grain of 1,171 hogs over the previous week, and a gain of 605 hogs over the wsek before, which was the banner week in the history of the yards. Cattle receipts again very light and market stronger. There were some very fine butcher cattle among the offerings; also some stockers and feeders.-Everything sold at good fig ures. The hog market opened steady at yesterday's closing prices and all the car hogs sold at that price, $3.62 1-2. The market closed steady to strong. Some shippers held their hogs over for Monday's market expecting to get bet ter prices. Chicago market was steady and Kansas City closed strong. WICHITA LIVE STOCK: MARKET. "Wichita. Kam, May 24. CATTLE. Receipts 40; s...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 25 May 1890

v - ' ' glxe Wdxxiit gaily fgaglc: ifcmffaaj fjfommro;, pfetj 25, 1830. f ""' 1r 3T. M. JICRDOCK, Kdltor. Ljljsxzi, Kaiu, May 11, ISO. There will be a meeting o the Republican State Committee at the Copeland hotel, Topeka, Kansas Jlay 27, ISM, at 4 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of llllinc vacancies in said committee, naming timo nnd place for holding Republican Stato Convention, f xing basis of representation for &amc and trans acting such other business as may properly come before it. HnxiiY Booth, Chairman, Biox S. Hcrcnixs, Secretary. It will only be a little time now until the corn crop stories will begin to strike the tuneful lyre. Ex Not if present prospects hold out; his fate promises to be that of Oihello's. The Wichita EAGLE is now an ardent ad vocate of free trade and resubmission. The lNublicanism about the Eagle office now, is its traditions- Topeka Journal. A solid, well-connected and reliable tradition is not to be sneezed at. The day that the Butler county Alli a...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 25 May 1890

!&8&I!tgr VS9W"i fMwmwmwm xt midxiix gaily ganlt: mtflaij SJomta& f&Xmi 25, 1890. 5 5Ff5p I A 1 fi ? K 1 M. M. JIurdock; K. r. Mcnnonr, iMiitor. Jjusmes Manager. M. It MUED00E & BBO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalninc to tho business of the pr In Jnc department or bindery, or for advertising fclioald be addred to the business manager; a! other commimicatlnns to the editor. The only dally paper in Southwestern Kansas or Jie Arkansas Vknev receiving both tho day and night Associate Press Reports In full. Tiauis op srnsciiirrioN raiiv eagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dallv, one copv one year fSOO gaily, one copv, six month 4 00 ally, one copv, three months 2 00 Daily, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any day? desired, per v'r... 4 00 Three time a -w eek, anv days desired, six mo... 2 50 Sunday Edition, 16 paces, one copv, ono year 2 Of) Sunday Kdiuon. 10 panes, one copy, sir months. 1 25 WKEKIV EAGLE. One copv. one year $100 One copy, t-i...

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. — 25 May 1890

3Efte Ipaaggagle: jimxfonj ptoxxmr, l&ay 25, 1890 es 6 THEBABBELFAOTOET. A EAPIDLY HTGSEASING BUSINESS Plant Being Enlarged to Employ Fifty Men and Calling for "Weekly Pay KollofOver One Thonsand Dollars- One of the important business establish ments of the city is the barrel factory of J. M. Moore & Co., located at present near the corner of Twenty-first street and Fourth avenue. Mr. Moore is a young man who ha given his attention to that business and has worked in factories of the kind in every city of importance from the Atlantic to the Pacific. His infonna- J. M. MOORE & CO'S tion and experience in the business is quite varied and he is fully prepared to look after the business from the purchase of material to the selling of barrels. George "V. Mastin, Esq., of Howe & Mastin, is associated with Mr. Moore in the business, and while they have experienced many difficulties incident to starting a business the result has bv no means caused them to regret that they inv...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 25 May 1890

3S& WLMxiiit axlij gaglje: J5 mrdctg $tormttg, IPag 25, 1890 r ! w it DOINGS IN SEATTLE. BtLL NYE INVESTIGATES THE TEREDO NAYAUS AND SUCH, lumber Business of Seattle The "Civil ized" Chlnooks Polite Woodcutters. The "Worm That Bores and Ib Sot a Worm, but a 3Iollnsk and a Teredo. Copyright by Edgar W. Nye. One of the bright pictures of the fut ure cherished by the people of Seattle la that of a fine navy yard at Lake Wash ington, a beautiful sheet of water twenty-six miles long and averaging four miles in width. It also has a good and sufficient depth for the anchorage of the Great Eastern anywhere through its entire length. There is already a log canal connect ing wim me land through Union lake, and it would not be a big job to make a Bhip canal, as the lake is but a few feet stcdyixq ran teredo. higher than Puget sound and the ground easily worked without blasting. The chief advantage of a fresh water harbor for ships, of course, is that the teredo or ship worm, the pest of al...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 25 May 1890

r-pxg--frtsr- s , 8 'gke W&taK Ipailfl; gagle: Jitwitaij LatninQ, ttai$ 25, 1890. VALUES BOSTON STOBE XJl JL- 1 JlL LEADEKS 0E FASHION, THE GREAT BARGAIN WEEK BOSTON I D! Will offer for one week only, 420 pairs of pants in cassimere, worsted or cheoviouts in dark and light colors. Lot 1. 150 pants, worth 3.50, go at 1.98. Lot 2. 163 pants, worth 4.25, go at 2.48. Lot 3. 107 pants, worth 5.00, go at 2.97. These patterns are good and are the choicest goods offered this season; call and see them. FAMOUS, Qiie-Prioe Clothing Co. 422 EAST DOUGLAS AVE. S. GOLDSTEIN. T. Jo It's all stuff about goods going up. Our resident partner in New York has been able to buy goods cheaper than ever before. Remember we guarantee our prices lower than any house in the city. 39e 25 pieces China Silk, worth 50c. 18 ( 100 pieces French Satteens, j worth 35c and 40c. 5e 2,000 vards Challes, worth 8c to 15c." Os 100 dozen Gents' Linen Collars, OO worth 15c to 20c. From New York auction. A i -Op I'000 yard...

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. — 25 May 1890

ft v w hz WS&xtkiiz paxlxj agle: mxtlag jomttg H9tet$ 25, 1890 8 d 3 lgil JBfiESMv WWtfe. "gwaf-l Vrr TGmrn3rtatgfl. JCHH?etts fiesenred. JK&s KsS2 i2x2rsssaas4wtia"w CHAPTER xrr. A flEW PItAJt. "22 assais thai what you say is bound ah Kays to come true, 2fom Bee." Tho doctors summoned to Winifred Thome's bedside wero unanimous in th opinion that she should not be moved for some timo to corns; so, for two months or more, Col. Thome and Miss Elvira too up their abode -with Mrs. Herry. Zu3sys case excited universal sym pathy, though Missy herself did not make an attractive invalid; she was exacting and self frilled to a degree that taxed the utmost patience of all who -waited upon her, the colonel alone excepted, "who, of all her attendants, vrasto Miavy the least accaptoble. Misinterpreting liis.fixrxious countenance, Kho resented his -watchfulness as though it were intended to rebuke her rash escapade, and agTi and again she repeated .that she was not sorry she had tried to ...

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. — 25 May 1890

-'vrTsSJaeT-" -W ' !gZf',Jm&rt-m?:li g&e OTcMia aiftj gag!: jftrotoj ftontfwar, fta 25, 1 890. tliiMiS6Siiil "HerTace""vvas verypaTe," but In lier eTes was a -wistful look that made him un easy. "What is the matter, "Winifred?" he . asked. "Mom Bee has been .here." she .said. ?? AY 'You are very cruel,'" she said, hoarsely. iaf ter a moment's pause, and almost in a whisper. Thia did not seem to her at all what she had meant to say, but she ut "tered the first words that came. "Well," said the colonel, with a smile, "have your own way about Mom Bee, Winifred; make what bargain you like to induce her to stay. Provided you are pleased, I shall be satisfied."' Winifred uttered a faint ejaculation and clasped her hands. "She has been to see mo about Brer Nicholas." The colonel started; his color came and "went in violent alternations, and he sank helplessly into the nearest chair. "What does this mean?' he asked. "Capt. Fletcher" "And does he make a go-between of one of my old sl...

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. — 25 May 1890

x& WUcMx it gaily fptglc: Jfomffacg fftra-uhifl, SJtag 25, 1890. U Vl'y'gg g3S&Sftfl I OEDEB.fiAKDOLFSXEIM THE BEST SOCIETY WASHINGTON IS WRITER A MAN. IN He Entered tho Lists as a Reporter of Social News by tho 31ilitary "Way. "What He Offers Is Always Beliable. JUs Eventful Career. Special Correspondence. J Washington, Hay 13. One of the most Interesting men in "Washington is Mr. DeB. Randolph Keim. Mr. Kcim is the court chronicler of tho republic, the semi official, recognized and authoritativo pur veyor of tho news of society. Tlrra are other society reporters, plenty of them, and many who report more news and write moro gossip than ho, but whatever Keim writes goes unquestioned as to its ac curacy and undoubted as to the authority uj wmcu iis given publicity. Sometimes Mr. Keim is called the court Jenkins, but there is nothing of the prig or the dandy in his composition. He is bimply a polisli- DEB. RANDOLPH KEIM. ed, earnest gentleman, whose specialty in his chosen pro...

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. — 25 May 1890

to WLithifa gaily kqU: jSirotInj Laming, fpteij 25. 1890. 12 1 PDTS TOE IT John D. McPherson, the Cham pion of the World. HOW KE DOES HIS FINE WORE. Malcolin "W. Ford Describes His Planner of Performing 3Tot a Iirso Man, but Fall of SIuBcle anil Very Quick A Clial lecjjo Out for Currie. Tho illustration shows John D. McPher son, the great shot putter, as ho stands ready to perform his favorite game. He is not an unusually muscled man, but he is very strong. His height is 5 feet 11 inches, and his weight as the picture shows him is 173 pounds. Ho has just issued a challenge to put with any man in the world different weight shots. There is little probability that any one outside of Currie will take up the challenge, and it is generally under stood that 3JJePherson intends his bold deli especially for his big rival. McPherson is without doubt the most wonderful man in the world at putting the shot for his weight. George R. Gray, the amateur, is considered a phenomenon, but he weighs a ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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