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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 27 May 1890

u YOL. HH NO. 7. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING MAY 27, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1874 SILVER AND GOLD. The True Solution of the Money Question. To the Editor of tho Eagle. There is a marked antagonism between the east and the -west on the silver ques tion. The east is controlled by the banks, the money lenders and those living on fixed incomes, and want gold coin made the only legal tender for debt. They want every dollar in legal money to rep resent the largest possible amount of property. The west produces all the gold and silver of the country and of course is interested in having both gold and silver used as money; hence, it de mands the free coinage of silver. Up to 1873, gold and silver were on an equality in coinage. For thirty-four years previous to that time, however, the silver dollar was at a premium over the gold dollar; that is, the bullion value of the silver dollar was more than the bullion value of the gold dollar. At one time the silver dollar was worth six cents on the do...

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. — 27 May 1890

Tsy."" ,-",,yi''S -!'!" sj--- 2 $6 Wtfiiia gailij gagle: ntsdmj fjtactag, ipteu. 27. 1890. V TO COM HIS CRIME. ATTESTED SUICIDE OF A TWO TOLD MUItDERER. A Ftirm laborer Takes the Lives of Ilis Employers Kcar Sedalia, Mo, Pears of Detection Lead Him to Seek Death by Strychnine, but Unsuccessfully. He is Pound and Given Medical Aid A Man Supposed to be Benson Under - Arrest at Cawker City, Kan The Kecord of Misdeeds. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., May 26. The highest temperature was 71, the lowest up to 7 p.m. 53, and the mean 02, with heavy rain which began at 6 a. m. .'is a mild thunderstorm, but turned into a soaking rain, ending at 12 p. in. and followed by warmer, clearing weather. Total rainfall for the day .80 inch; total previous rainfall for the mouth .52 inch. Last year on May 26, the highest tem perature was 77, the lowest 55, and the mean 00, with .17 inch of rain. Fred L. Jonxsox, Observer. War Department, "Washington, D. C, May 26, 8 p. in. Forecast unti...

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. — 27 May 1890

ggfte WXxOabx pails lzt 'gpesfa IPatwmrj, ;pag 27, 189a. A FINANCEANDCOMMERCE "WICHITA MARKETS, Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 48 hours 54 cattle, 664 hogs. Shipments 155 cattle. The re ceipts were the lightest for several weeks. There were not enough cattle to go around or hardly make a market. The market ruled strong on good to choice cattle. Everything in the yards in shape of cattle, changed hands, and at good prices for the quality. The hog market opened 2 1-2 cents higher and ruled strong at the advance through out the day. Light runs both here and Kansas City. The market closed strong. WICHITA LITE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan, Zlay 26. Receipts 64; shipments 155. There was not enough cattle to supply the actual fronts of the buyers. Tho market was firm and active to the extent of the pupplyon good to choice cattle, only a few of that kind being offered. Buy ers were wanting more hogs at the close.. Chicaco reported market Arm and active with 13.000 on sale...

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. — 27 May 1890

A u tmcUiix Sailg qU: gwjestTau pXomhxtj, HJmj 27t 1890. JBjjPJjSgfe T. ?r. MURDOCH, Editor. Sir. Claus Spreckels has again authoi ized tho statement that he does not con template joining the sugar trust and that Iris refineries are not for sale. The Rev. Anna Shaw is said to be one of the best speakers in the service of the Woman's Temperance Union. She was for a time pastor of a church on Cape Cod. The former viceroy of Ireland, Lord Spencer, is mentioned as a probable suc cessor to Gladstone in the leadership of the Liberal party. That is, when Mr. Gladstone retires. "Gold and Silver."' See the article on first page in which a New York city cap italist largely agrees with the Eagle as to what the Republican party should do with the currency question, and the writer, Dr. Miller, is a prominent Re publican. Marsh Murdock was red-headed yester day when the governor refused to go. Capital, It is left to the governor himself to say whether or not there were any exhibi tions of anger, ...

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. — 27 May 1890

li- ft Ifee WikkM ? gagfc: $ittsfcj ptamiug, pteaj .27, 1 89 0. 3L IT. Munnonr, I P- MranocK, Editor. I Business Manager. M. M. MUED00E & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertnlntns tn the business of the prl n Inj: department or b'ndery, or lor advertialne should be addressed to the bnslnesa manager; al other communications to the editor. The. onlr dally paper in Southwestern Kansas or tho Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and night Associate Press Ucport.3 in full. TE11MS OF SUBSCHirTIOX DAH.V EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy one year .....$ 00 Dally, one copy, sir months 4 00 Dally, one copy, three months. 2 00 Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r. .. 4 00 Three times a week, any days desired, sK mo... 2 50 Sunday Kdition, 10 pases, one copy, one year.... 2 00 Sunday Kdition, 16 pages, one copy, six months. 1 25 WEEKLY EAGLE. One copv, ono year .. l no One copy, six months 3) Remittance may be made at o...

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. — 27 May 1890

6 !Jxe idxxia.ailxj fagler ttestTaij xmim, Hiag 27, 1890. Ri r LODGE EOOM GOSSIP. " HEMS OF INTEREST TO THE VAST I ARM1, OF fJINERS. f J. IT. "Ward, Jr., a Pacific Coast Notable, "Who Has JlcWevcd the Proud Position of Grand Secretary of tlio United En dowment Associates General Xevrs. J. "W. "Ward J5r., .grand secretary of the "United Endowment associates, is one of thoso frank, cantEd, enthusiastic men ivho create friendships vxherover the7 go and put life and activity into any work they undertake, fays-TheSton Francisco Exam iner. Mr. T7ard-clanEs3oston as his birth place, and is alaw .yer by profession. since 1871, and is known es jtensivelyin fracr Bal circles. In the years gone by he lias -occupied poa- ry tt-?4-.1i rJvft CifiifZ I'eHow&.tljcWork- jaen aud t hue Sxtights orHoaor. Fire years ago he entered upon tbo aictiesof hispres- J- - AEi, jb. ent position, nfter liein the main instru 3nent in establishins-tlie-order of the TJ. E. .A- Irs jrovvfh. andxiewelopmenft have ...

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. — 27 May 1890

'ySif' 3$ WUcMin gailn Hagle: luestfog ptoittfj, l&mj 27, 1890. TEE MATTING OFCATHAI HOW IT MAY BE USED FOR DEC ORATIVE PURPOSES. It Is Very Effective 'When Made Into Portfolios, Which May Bo Decorated with Verses, Clover Leaves or Painted Designs Two Examples. Copyright by American Press Association. Chinese and Japanese mattings are very desirable materials for maMng no end of fancy knickknacks. The Japanese is of finer texture tnan the Chinese, and cornea in a greater variety of designs and coloring, which makes it, of course, con siderably more expensive. The novice should begin work with the common matting which comes around tea chests and which may usually be had for the asking. This requires more care and patience in its use than the Japanese, but the saving in cost will, in most cases, more than compensate for this. A JAPANESE HATTING PORTFOLIO. To remove the lettering and any other soil whicli may bo upon it, it must first bo washed in strong brine, using as much suit 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. — 27 May 1890

5t - 8 $&e Wlitkiitt gailxj fjpsgle: JpDescteg Bflmmnst lEag 2f7f l&SJft. 5F Tl i IMS Absolutely Fure.j This jpinrder never vnrlca. A marvel of purity, ftrensvn Ap4 wholcsnmencss. 3Ioro economical than the omlnary kinds and cannot bo sold In com petition -wjth ihe xnclUtudo of low test, short weight runm or phosphate ponders. Sold only In cans. IIojaI Bailie Po wdur Co.. KW Wall SU N. Y. 3' FITS EASY AND WEARS "WELIi "MINGO" IS "E&W" LATEST COLLAR. OUR PRICE IS 18C Those who knuckle down to "E. & W.'s" copper-hottomed contract are compelled to sell them for 25c. "We save you 7 cents on each, collar. 55 The Halter and Dabordasher, 149 ZM- MAEN" ST. GRAND CONCERT FIUST : PRESBYTERIAN : CHURCH MAY 23. ISM. MISS NEALLY STEVENS, Of Chicago, Planlste. AXD MISS LILLIAN HAMBLIN, Wichita's Favorite Vocalist. A amission SO cents. Seats resen cd at Champion's bookstore without cstra charge. CKAVTOB.D-GIIAND o I o Ii. 31. CiiAwroRD. "Slanasor TWO NIGHTS ONLY, Commencing Monday, ...

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. — 28 May 1890

Xans. Historical Societjf TOL. XIII, NO. 8. WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 23, 1S90. "WHOLE NO. 1S75. til STATES EIGHTS BEING CAKEIED TO EXCESS. The Wilson Interstate Commerce Bill 1he Foundation for a nigh Stone Wall. Traffic in all Articles Could te Absolute ly Prohibited by Such Legis lation as Proposed. 5he Question Only of a Proper Construction of the Constitution or of a Sentiment The Finance Committee Eeaches the Tariff BiU-Pigures Show ing the Country's Indebtedness-Capital Items. TVashixgtox, May 27. Mr. Blackburn asked to be and was excused from further service on the committers on territories. .Mr. Allen presented a remonstrance of citizens ot Burlington, ja., against the im position of auties r ores fl.OI11 iexico. The senate rested consideration of the Dill subjectinr imported liquors to the pro visions of tb,. ot the several states, the qiiei-tj'j being on the substitute re ported I'om the judiciary committee pro Vf. 1? tnat li.llors when so transported Pa -. (...

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. — 28 May 1890

, -r.'-,-w-fwe repG Ixjc lEklxiia gailij -gagfe: W,tfaw5fa1$LBxmugf fpau 28. 1890. ;".-5--- If! v'SfKt' BAD REPORTS. THE AVERAGE CONDITION OF WHEAT LOWER Cheat, Insects and Drought Doing ScrionsWork inilany Sections. Abundant Eains Tnroughont Kansas Aid the Crops Materially Summary for tie "Week. Cotton Booming on the Hew York Ex" change Shorts Making Great Efforts to Cover A Big Dry Goods House Pail3 in Kansas City Business Matters. WEATHER BULL IN. Sigkal Office, "Wichita, Kan., Itfay 27. The highest temperature was 83, the lowest up to 7 p.m. ofi, and the mean G9, with fresh southest to brisk and high south winds, generally cloudless, warmer weather and falling barometer. Maximum velocity of the wind &outh t9 miles hour. Lut year on May 27, the highest tem perature was bl, t lie lowest 54", and the mean 6S, with .10 inch of rain. Fred L. Jouxbox, Observer. "War Department, Wafiiixgtox, D. C, May 27, S p. m. Forecast until 8 p. in. Wednesday: For Missouri and Kansas Fair weath...

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. — 28 May 1890

(- f.a, ggto Wcttte Jpsiloj laglc: ffglgattesagg ftozrorj, Utaij 28, 1890. 3 i i Ji WIOHTTA MAEKETS, "Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours 1000 cattle, 1639 J hogs. Shipments 700 cattle. There was a good supply of cattle on the market today. There -were several cars of feeding cattle -which were going into the northeastern part of the state to feed. There was a fair run of good butchers' grades, ' also some shipping Bteers and some stockers. The market was strong and active on good to choice grades and some good sales -were made. Poor and inferior grades weak and very slow sale. There was a fair run of hogs, but not up to expectations or the want3 of the packers. The market opened steady at yesterday's prices and all the car hogs sold at $3.65. The close was strong. WIOHTTA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita. Kan.. May 27. CATTLE. Receipts 1.000: shipments 700. There was a good supply of nearly all Kinds or cattle on the market. Among the receipts were peveral cars o...

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. — 28 May 1890

4 t Wichita fpaiXtj Saxjlje: t&etfaesfcm, fjtonmxa;, fgbug 28, 1890. 31. 31. iintDOCK, Editor. Colonel D. R. Auchony's friends are making big efforts to .have him asked to run for congress. -Leavenworth Sun. This perhaps contains the explanation of some transpirings thereabout of late. "We shall see. Senator Hawley's reference to the de fenselessness of our northern Pacific coast line was like going all around Robin Hood's barn to get in at the hack door. The swing around lad the desired effect, however; it swung into line the -western representatives from that quarter in support of the proposition. PLUMB AND THE WEST. Its been a hull fortnight since either Joe or -George has said a word about their towns being the biggest inthestate. But its no matter, boys: our Uncle Sammy will be around counting noses next -week, and the dear old soul lias very blunt though amiable ways of telling the truth. "We'll know by-and-by. Several papers in the western part of the state are talldng of...

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. — 28 May 1890

r IJfce Wfcteto gailtj fgagk: Mt-rtuesctay g-torwngr, glfat! 28, 1830. '3 I, wpiaBSfe M. M. Mranonc. I B. p.rtrnnocK. Editor. I Business Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertatnlnu to the business of the prln Jnjr department or ltnlcr or for advertising fchoald be addrced to the business manager; al other communications to the editor. Ihe only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas alley recoivlntf both the day and Eight Associate Fress Reports In full. TEiuis of srncnirnox nAiijr EACLr. In AiU anco Postage Prepaid. pally, one cop one ?.ir hnilj, one copv. hix months Dally, one copt", three nontbs Dully, one ropy, one month Three time-a week. n days desired, porv'r Tliree tlmo a w eek, anv dn s dtlred. six mo. Sunday Fdit'on, Ifi jbikos, one com, one lenr .JSOT . 400 . 21 75 . A 00 250 200 bundaj idltlon. 10 pact's one copy, six months. 1 23 Onecopv.one year SI 00 One copy, tlx month's w Remittance may b made at our risk either by...

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. — 28 May 1890

g&e tBBftfcfla 3M3 gagfe: WLe&xxts&m Wtetz&m, Wm 28, 1 8 6 ;r EFFECTS OF CUT LIFE. ITS DEGENERATING INFLUENCE OVER v THE HUMAN RACE. Jlapid Increase in the Number of Peopla Enjiaced In Scdoutary Occupations Sani tary Utiles Iprnored by the Classes Better Houses Needed. - "Writers have directed attention to the grave problem of city lifo and its condition as af fisjting tho race. They point to the tremen dous injur of country life -which takes place pearly into London and other great centers Df population, and they tell us that tho city Dtrcs it3 ekiaf vitality to this infusion of fresh, healthy blood into its masses. But in time these infusions will bo affected by the prevalent causes of town defeneration; and fco the great mill of life continues to grind us flown, fclowly, it is true, but to grind U3 out Jn time (say the physiologists) altogether. Of course, tho causes of tho degeneracy which city lifo is sifd to effect are to bo found in the generally unhealthy con...

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. — 28 May 1890

4r" $) WlitWn nify kqU: W&etXixts&caj gftaxt&ixg, &$ 28, 1890. 7 a OIIL.L. MIVarttK. Who crer cares from cff tho jjround To pfeii tio fallen peach? And yt will climb and liftnsers brava For those beyond their reach. Dorn in the vale, w o Ipnj: to see The beauties up the hill; When, toiling on, the spot tro sals, Unreached find beauties still. Then idle not at mountain's base. But early sow your crop; Aim for some goal; though hills are stoop There are prizes at the top. Philadelphia Times. HAD SHEA HEAET? The marquis walked excitedly up and down his private office. He was expecting u telegram from his business friends in Milan. Every minute he looked at his watch, until, in the course of a half hour, the movement of his hand to his vest pocket had become quite mechanical, lie had invested enormous sums in the doubt ful enterprise of a new railroad in Calabria, he had been extravagant in his personal habits, ho had lost much at play, and a certain beautiful dancer in ...

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. — 28 May 1890

8 P WtitMix gaifoj gaogifc: taUctaesfog ltatm& gtag 28, 19.9J& &i2jnJESt Absolutely Pure.j This powder never rar!es. A marvel of purity, Ktrcaetli and vhtesonienes. More economical man we Qrajniur kinds and cimnot bo sold In cora- retltioi: i wun ia fflth the mnltitude o low test, short t Phopl;are vaudrrs. Sold only In iVlns Powder Co, 10G Wall St. X. v. weight iiiuni or Itoyal Ba" cons. CUT RATES TROY N. Y. 15 CENTS The most desirable styles of "E & "W" collars will lie sold today at 15 cts. These are all new, frcsli and liot from Earl & Wilson's factory, our price to dav 15 cents. Others siyn a contract to "do you'' for 25 celits. "WHAT IS COMPETITION WORTH. CUT RATES. j doz Monarch whilcshirts for $5.75 Jj doz Monarch -white shirts for C.12J "l .' doz Monarch, open front, for 6.12K Here is an opportunity seldom offered. Chit Again. About five styles, leading shapes, Black Derby Stiff Hats at .$1.75. Our price has always been $3.00 on them. Neglige Shirts Cut....

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. — 29 May 1890

!r. vol. xm, NO. 9. WICHITA, KANSAS, THURSDAY MOEINHlNG MAT 29, 1890. WHOLE ISX). 1876. U TALK MINUS ACTION. NO CONCLUSION REACHED ON THE WILSON BILL. The Senate's Session Consumed in Argument For and Against the Measure. Messrs. Ingalls and Blair Attack the Sen ate Committee for Its Action on the Army Canteen Question. The River and Harbor Bill Passed by the House The Hennepin Canal Clause Retained An Order of Interest to Those Refusing to Answer Census Questions Items. "WAshin'GTC-v, Alay 2S Mr Sherman, from the committee on foreign affair;, re potted an amendment to be offered to the consular and diplomatic appropriation bill authorizing the president to cairy into ef fect the recommenditionof the internation al conference by the appointment, by and with the adv ice and consent of the senate, of three commissioners to represent the United States in the inter-continental rail "way commission; also to take from the army and n iv-v such officers as may be spared vv ithout detriment ...

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. — 29 May 1890

kz ISicteia gaily gagle: Tkxxxsxlnq oxuxug, gpaxj 29. 1S90. ah CONFLICTING STORIES BY SUSPECT TYIEE1AMS0N. He Gives a Poor Statement of Ills Connection with, the Moore Murderers. The Coroner's Jury Holds Him for the Double Crime The Pacts as Brought to light. A Serious Riot Between Michigan Univer sity Men and Employes of a Circus Treasurer Peake, of Kansas City, Makes a Plea of Good Inten tionsThe Criminal Eecord. YEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., May 2S. The highest temperature was 83 the lowest up to 7 p.m. 03 o , and the mean 74, with warmer, partly cloudy weather, high southerly wind and low ba rometer. Iriist year on May 2S, the highest tem perature was 79", the lowest 5S, and the mean CS, with .3S inch of rain. Fred L. Johnson. Observer. "Wah Department, Washington, D. C May !23, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thursday: For Missouri Fair weather, except showers in the afternoon in northwest por tions, southerly winds, warmer weather. For Ivansas Local showers, w...

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. — 29 May 1890

aryjr ht WLicMtxSml$-sg:xgU: ghmsfay Laming, laij 29, 1890. - - f. Ji FINAIEMeiHS WICHITA MAEEDTS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours 302 cattle, 1319 hogs. Shipments 285 cattle. Mar ket active and strong: on fat grades. Shipping steers sold pell, also butchers' stuff. The buyers were on hand early and the competition was strong. Thin cows and heifers duller than ever and sell at vGry low prices. The hog mar ket opened active and 2 1-2 cents high er than last night's close. Kansas City's close noted an advance of 2 1-2 cents, end buyers on this market paid $3.70 for the balance of the offerings. The market clased strong at the advance. WICHITA LIVE STOCK 1IAEKET. "Wichita. Kaiu May 2S. CATTIX. Receipts 302: shipments 233. The receipts taken as a -whole averaged good. The market opened active and prices ruled firm on all good grades throughout the day. Thin cows and heifers aro duller than etcr and the competition was active. Everything pold at steady to htr...

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. — 29 May 1890

3ffPT 4 pe m&fflht Jpaxtoj gatjle: toi-sttatj-iaommg, Hfcnj 29, 1890. f SZ-v'Vf'-, ,r 1 $ X. i. 3T. -VI. MrUDOGIT, Editor. OFF FOB ANNAPOLIS. The editor of the Eagle leaves this morning for the U. S. Naval Acadomy, nt Annapolis, Maryland, -where he goes per appointment of the president of the United States, as a member of a visiting committee to report to the secretary of Avar on the condition, etc.. of the school and cadet service. He secured the ap pointment some time since but had not determined to go until within a week, urgent letters having changed his mind. Sirs. 31. accompanies him and the duties of the position will probably detain Iiini from three to four weeks. Senator Blair, he of the educational bill, has announced his intention to speak on the McKinley tariff . bill. The announcement is considered ominously by the supporters of that measure. The New York Sun advises people not to answer the questions of the census taker. People will save themselves a good deal of t...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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