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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 14 June 1890

ltt WIMxiix gailtj gaglt: aiitrtlay gaomiug, gunc 14, 1890. 5 M. 2kL Jicimocic, It. P. JlrnjiocK:. Business Manager. iaitor. M. M. MJEDOCE & BEO, Publishers and Proprietors. All letters portalnlnc to the business or the jirln ins department or bindery, or lor advertislns fhoold be nddre-el to tlie buMncisd manager; al other communications to the editor. The only daily paper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving lxitU tho day and night Associate Press Reports in full. axniis ov srnsrmiTio.v dailvtiagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, odp copv one ir $8 00 Ilallv, one copy, 1 months i nfl Pally, one lopy.. three months 2 fi) Dally, one copy, one month 7." Three timosa v.eet, any daysdeircd, pery'r... i 03 Tliree time a in eck, any days desired, six mo.. . " ) Sunday Fdltlon, lfi pases, one copy, one year .. 2 IX) bunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, hlx months. 1 23 WEEKL.V EAGLK. Onecopy. one year $1 (V) One copy, six months , go Itemlttanco may be made at ou...

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. — 14 June 1890

Jrff!FP3 Pjuf-- jj. -3r-'1 "pt BWf r-r'-w-a' ' -. i-v--o-';tess3pu.s,spsHKa Iic WLxtixxkx gaihj ga,glc: .pahirtfaij prxrrmttg, gnm 14, 1 $30. 6 -VS5Kf '"jp?--" M"g'ag3Sl '" nniMg"" ii ii iriinn.inm. WHAT SHALL WE WEAR? FASHIONS THAT ARE APPROVED AT HOME AND ABROAD. 2fw Features of Tailor aiade Gowns A Stylish and. Eocodlag; "Walking Co tuxno lUubtratod and Described Of Fine English. Tweed and 3asculine Cut. Tailor made clothes cease to resemble each other with almost mathematical ex actness, but have all a style of their own, and almost every costume differs in some particular from its neighbor. The plain severity of the mora manly style is often tempered by charming little innovations in braiding, draping, etc, which, -without be ing frivolous, Rive a coquettish look to really useful gowns. WALKISG COSTUME. A pretty tailor made costume in one ol the most popular and becoming styles ia .shown in the cut. This is of fine English tweed, with a trimmed side panel and a natty jacket of ...

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. — 14 June 1890

' &" Tixt Wiiclxxhx gailgglje: jaiimTitg forimttfc gfmxcl4a XS90 5sr&- -v WQOT BE POOLED "WITH., SO SAYS FAIRCHILD HOUSE CIRCLE ABOUT GROUND HOGS. Members f tbe Cirele Relate TJieir Ex periences with the Smart Animal It Don't Seem to Pay to Interfero wltU 111m Instances "Where Ho Got Even. The subject of ground hog camo up for dissection at a meeting of theFairchild house circle the other evening, said Judge Ben Wright: "I had a little experience my self with a ground hog when I lived In Woodhull that set me to thinking that it wasn't well to try any experiments on them. One summer a cheeky chap of a ground hog set up shop in a clover Held of mine and was a four storv nuisance with a mansard root He defied all my efforts to J induce him to die or leave the country. 1 1 was reading in my newspaper one evening, ' alter a long day's work binding and stack ing wheat, and came across an item that pleased me. It was about a man down in Jersey who had hit on a plan to ameliorate th...

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. — 14 June 1890

?4?i' ejRW"rcr- 3P& fS&teftiia Hailtt. Sfll: Jatocfaij IPmrmg, gitm 14,. 189.0. 8 gmiu. tt; 3 v Lj!s?,!jy Smi fcWif WWESTfeaBD Absolutely Puro. Tills porriler rcvcr v.iricj. A marvel of pnr7, ctxenptti raid wholesuinecess "tloe economical than tho ordinary kimLs j.ud canno;. be mid iu com petition v, ith the multitude of low teat. twtt weight alum or piiosnhiUo powder bold oLjy in coos. Koyal Basins Powder Cu.. luG Wull St. . 1". SfettSSOT ' v.p i a 4 E& trr7 J3 V We received this day a shipment ( f Joshua Turners English lerby lints, in black (lined and unbind) uud two or tlireo light summer sh:i.des.. which bhould have reached us (hi April 1st. They were lost in transit and just came to hand. Ouriiibtruciion are ''to sell them." We will put them on sale beginning today at $J.23, they are worth $3.00. JOB, the llti.tloj, 149 2forlh Main Street. "E. fc W."(Earl & Wilson) collars all new and the latest styles at JLSc. 1RAWFORD GRAND o o I.. M. Cn avtfobu, Mauago Kev. ...

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. — 15 June 1890

Xans. Historical Society TOL. Xjn, JST0. 24 WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING JUNE 15, 1S90.-TWELTE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 1891. "1 'V 'lefts A THE PEERLESS PRIXCESS AS A ME TROPOLIS. Improvements Sow Being Made In volving Expenditure of Hun dreds of Thousands. Excellent Eailway Pacilities, the Whole sale Trade of a Vast, Kich Territory Compel Eapid Growth, The Public-Spirited Liberality and Shrewd Business Tact of the Poundera and Residents Mainly Responsible for a Constantly Increasing and Healthful Advancement. The growth and development of cities affords an interesting and profitable sub ject of study for the financier. Chicago, Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City, Wich ita and Denver, in the northwest, west and fcoulhwest, are typical cities, each repre sentative of the intelligence, the enter prise and the liberality of their founders. However favorable the conditions, and however great the necessity for large busi ness centers to supply the wants and com mand the trade of a given territo...

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. — 15 June 1890

ff r $z-Z- """yU7 ' f 2 It WLxdxii(i -Badlx gagle: mcTay IJtormtuj, gitue 15. 1890 JU-- - rJr SETTLERS F1IED. 'EWLY ACQUIRED LMDS SOT YET OPENED. Ilie Iowa and Sac and Fox Treaties Must Jje Ratified bj Congress. the whole (Mr. Burrows, .of ilichigan, in the chair) on the sundry civil appropriation bill. After a number of amendments of mi nor importance had been disposed of the committee rose and public business having been suspended the house proceeded to pay tribute to the memory of the late Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania. Homeseekers "Will be Eigidly Excluded Until the Papers are Pinally Agreed to. A Bill Eeported to the House to Secure Honorable Muster out of the Service for Major Houts, of Missouri An Uneventful Day in Con gress Capital Botes, WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., June 14. The highest temperature was 01 the lowest up to 7 p. in. 72 . and the mean 82 , with fresh south winds shifting to west and north during the afternoon fol lowed by rising baromet...

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. — 15 June 1890

'gkc WiMxiiK 30 W$J$p&!!& Wfce&ljjpg, fiutc 15, 1890. F1NANCEAND WICHITA MAEKBTS, Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours102 cattle, 1248 hogs, and for the -week just closed, 1485 cattle and 7254 hogs. The cattle receipts show quite an increase over last -week but the hog receipts fell a little short. The cattle market was ac tive and strong on good, tidy stuff, and everything sold at good values. The market on light and medium hogs was Arm and active throughout at $3.55. Heavy hogs averaged 2 1-2 cents higher. The market closes 5 cents higher than the closing day of last week. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan., June It CATTLE. Receipts 102. Shipments MO. The market was active and strong to tho extent or tlie supply. The ollcriny consisted of suippinz. butchers and feeding steers, some stockeri and Rood cows arid hi'lfers. Tho buyers took hold w nil suid a good clearance was mmK Chicago had 'JJOO on sale, market steady. Handy cuttle were btron...

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. — 15 June 1890

-35pPSE1tPiSS8(S! 4 glxe MicMia fclailu, Hiwjle: .Jfomcfcaj lltariittj, gituc 15, 1890. "'-?'&' v--;,''-,i-5t'-5S'?:?)f-- jr. 3T. 3ITRDOCK, Krtltor. EEPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CON VENTCON. Dodge Citv, Kan., Jnne I, isno. A delegate convention of Use Republicans or the Feventh Congressional district of the state of Kan sas, is horeby called to be held at Dodge City. Kao., on Wednesday, July 50. 1630. at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of nominating a candidate for congress from paid district. The basis of representation to said convention will be one delegate at large from each county in said district, and one delegate for every 300 votes, or fraction of 150 or more vites cast for Hon. S. R. Peters In 1858, under which rule deie- mtmarn annortloned as follows; rr. DeiI Co. DEI- Barber Barton Clark Comanche ...... Edwards Finney Ford Grant Gray Garfield flrreiey Hamilton Harper . Harvey HodKcman Haskell Kingman Kiowa 41 Lane J . 6i Mcl'herson g . 3; Meade 3 .3' Morton - . 3 Ness ....

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 15 June 1890

SKSSSfcj pe WlicMtcc gnib$ rglc: ttuttau tJUmthia;, fftmc 15, 1890. rrfr,ijjm'1ff-;-t 31. 31. MmtDOCK, I K- P. Mtmnonr, Editor. I IJusiness Manaser. It M. MUEDOCK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertaintntr to the business of the nrln Ins; department or bindery, or for advcrtjsin? Fhoald be addressed to the bnincss manaser; al other communications to the edit -. The only dally paper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both tho day and sight Associate Press Reports in full. TEllifS or SUBSCRIPTION' DA1LT EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pally, one copy one year $3 m Dally, one copy, six months. 4 00 Bally, one copy, three months 2 00 Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three timosavreek, any dajs desired, pery'r... 4 00 Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 .7) Sunday Kdltion, lf paces, one copy, one year.... 2 00 Sunday Edition, 10 pages, one copy, six months. 1 25 WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopy, one year $1 m One copy, six months. 50 Remittance...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 15 June 1890

- -,-t w---.5-y(ST-s-- r!" 3It mMxifa Jpailtj $: jixtmTmj faarmtrg, Kxtue 15 1890.n 6 vA t.j-w , Hi p yxevst- A.-?4.'a 1-7 SEDGWICK BEPTBHOAKS Contlsraed From Fifth Page, means, to secure his nomination, and if he be nominated -we pledge to the Repub lican party of the district the largest and most enthusinstic majority ever cast in Sedgwick county." The reading 01 me resolutions ;i& greeted with enthusiastic cheers and often 3Ix. Van Ness was interrupted, but he seemed to enjoy that part of it. Mr. W. R. Payne moved the adoption of the report which prevailed and there were cries for Col. Hallowell. He soon made his appearance, when the most enthusias tic cheering of the day commenced. Some of the delegates stood on their chairs waiv ing hats or anything they could get hold of. The Colonel being presented by Chairman Wall as the next congressman from the great Seventh congressional dis trict, said: . "Jlr. Chirman and Gentlemen of the Convention. It would certainly be a case of ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 15 June 1890

Tsi' fjxt WikUirt iiltj gaglc: Jfcracfenj gtorMdhig, gun 15, 1890. 7 ' "cImZr& crmTZTNG obe tdhas. NOBLE WORK OF CATHOLIC MIS SIONARIES AMONG THE INDIANS. A Quiet and Indolent Tribe That Has Bren Almost Overlooked Being Lifted Up Through the Efforts of a Band of Good Women The Boarding School. There is little in this small city of SOO in habitants to attract attention except the extreme heat, which varies with the sea sons, but is always oppressive. Fort Yuma is conspicuous for its industrial boarding school, maintained by the Indian depart ment. The Indians hero, belong principally to the Yuma tribe, though there are a few remnants of other tribes to be found. The total number on the reservation is 1,123 by actual count. Their reservation consists of 45,000 acres of arid land, almost wholly worthless without irrigation. The only crops they raie are grown upon the over flow lanchPrart to the Colorado river, where a very little very primitive farming is at tempted. The river usua...

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. — 15 June 1890

-. fi ;j itWLitdiK Jpaxlg ftaglje: Jfomftag gorumg, gune 15, 1830. 8 OVER THE G-HAND GUESSHSTG- CONTEST AT y S" ?"- )f g iSl w ffl PI W First Prize $75.00, Second Prise $50.00, Third Prize $25.00. All Paid in Cash as Soon as Officially Announced. iNb dull trade with us. Our grand June Sacrificing Sale drawing immense crowds. Every $2 purchase entitles you to a coupon to make your guess upon. Buy Two dollars worth of goods and you may get one of the above prizes. Read our list of bargains for this week. 12Kc Dragon Black Organdeis. 25 styles. The best values shown. l2Xc 25 pieces cream and white dotted Swiss. "Worth 25c a yard. India Linens. Sc quality now 5c. 15c quality now Sc ISc quality now 10c 2 Cents. 25 pieces figured Lawn. 25 pieces figured Lawn. 19 Cents A yard for genuine Turkey red Damask 100 dozen fancy-frinced all linen nap kins in this sale at 29 cents a dozen. Towels. 4c c;ood Turkish towels. 15c for two liire size huck towels. 35c for two all linen knotted-fringe tow ...

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. — 15 June 1890

;!ffiSW?e- 'ght Scftlfcr. pBt) gaglet ,f ipitlag Ifflxmixug, gun 15, XS90. SHE T3XKS WITS ME. V-A CHATvfBERMAtD DWELLS FEELING LY ON LIFE IN COflEY ISLAND, Her life as Viewed from the Standpoint of One of the 400 An Experience at tho Theatre The Census and Nye's Zilst of Questions. CopyriEhfcbjr-Edgar W. Nye. At the Hotel, Room 18. Sho has just gone. I was about beginning this letter in my room when some one tried the door by throwing iris whole beinj against it, then rattling the knob and afterward inserting a pas3 key. For Borne time my own key on the insidof the lock prevented the other from enter ing, but finally it tottered and fell to tho floor. Then tbe- bolfcmoved and the door opened. A tali girl, with a? porous jersey and a hoarse footfall, entered the room. "I DO NOT LOVE MY CALUKa My richly caparisoned rob do nuit lay across the foot of the bed. She caught it firmly by the sleeve and flung it into the wardrobe. I said: "Bon "jour, Mine. O'Selle." She did not reply. Catchi...

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. — 15 June 1890

sss -:nr'wp"jti" rwatj iw -""ewsyi3sir '- ,"?RP,x,s9'i 1 Ixc lltticttiia: ailrj ftagle: miftay gtloruiug, gimel5, 1890. Ernest Marvel, the boy reared best for at school, was now tall and handsome. He was a member of clubs, had concert tickets and art tickets, and there was no moment of my day for which he had not some plan. Then Harry Blake owned a big store, and so on, and so on, Jly head kept buzzing all the time. Briuht saw the most of me. He had a breezy way of monopolizing one, and be side he was just starting on a business trip to California. The last Friday of my Btayho went away. He shook hands, kissed my cheek, airily reminded me that I was his best girl forever, and that I might use his carriage as often as I wished. Sunday Ernest called. I rushed down to the parlor complaining that I thought myself forgotten. "No, I couldn't forget you, even a ininuW Ernest said somberly. A queer little chill went down my back, but I dismissed it. "I thought," he went on, liarshlv, "you w...

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. — 15 June 1890

i?5Vr-ffi5'-.$ i i-y-f- tl"' vtMjttT IxtUkMta gaily ftagle: f tracing fEjonrnxg, gntrclo, 1890. ' "Wrjmyv- , "V 3 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. GAMBLING PLACE RAIDED ACROSS THE POTOMAC RIVER. There XaSot Much Gambling in tho Capi tal, Ttough Tltere .Aro Many Polcer Games in Hotels, Homes, Hoarding Houses and Elsewhere Some Stories. Special Correspondence. Washington, June 2. When one cannot do anything eke in Washington he may sit down and gossip. It is a great place for gossip. There is gossip on the street cars and in the herdics, in hotel corridors, in the lobbies of congress, on street corners and in tho drinking saloons. Of late I have heard a good deal of talk about the morality, or the lack of it, of distinguished statesmen. In Washington the gambling laws are pretty well enforced, so far as the public houses are concerned; but over in Virginia they are not so particular. Last Sunday a resort on the Potomac river, across from the capital, was invaded by tho sheriff of tho Virginia count...

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. — 15 June 1890

12 3$:jc ISIitlxxfa Jpaxlxj 'gctQlt: ntrdag gjaruittg, fatne 15, 1890 DO YOU HATE TO TELL? FERHAPS, BUT YOU MUST WHEN A CENSUS MAN COMES ROUND. A Formidable Series of Questions to Bo Propounded as a Basis for Permanent Statistical Information Queer Experi ences Ten Tears Ago. ""Were you ever in jail5" "Are you male or female?" "Aro you, or is a"ny member of your fam ily, suffering from acute or chronic dis-'-.se, defective in mind, sight, hearing or speech, crippled, ranimed or deformed in any respect? If yes, give particular." ssr ?- p5 yivzCs v. tiie VINTAGE OF 1S7L Snch, in sober filth, are the sometvhat pointed question you will be called on to Hnsv.-er "within a few days after this article meets your eye; and these are by no means the most pointed questions the census enu merator will ask you. It is enough to make a Christian shudder to think of the lying that will bo done in the next few weeks. In fact, thousands of men (and possibly some women; will adopt for the occasion a h...

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. — 17 June 1890

p i yrtA. i "-T" S rans. Historical Society YOL. XIII, NO. 25. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 17, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1892. 1 v . a J . r'& ";-' ':T?',V?p ""V q 'irr Y. P S. 0. E, Something of Its Good "Work and Great Advancement St. Louis, Mo., June 15. Special cor respondence. The Young People's So ciety of Christain Endeavor, for which the above magic letters stand, held its ninth international association at St. Louis be ginning Thursda', June 12, 1S90. Beginning at Portland, Me., in 1SS1, with a membership of less than fifty per sons, it has become international and em braces in the United States alone a mem bership of nearly three quarters of a million consecrated young men and women. Its growth, not less than its power as a religious organization is the marvel of the age. The convention city of St. Louis, though by no means the fore most city in the cause, is said to possess fifty-two societies and over 500 members of this order. To the Rev. Francis "E. Clark, of Bosto...

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. — 17 June 1890

?,KK "S5Vf? "g 2 fte tUMnla-lpaxIi gsglr. luxsctaij ptoraittg, gnwe 17. 1890. - --- -- ', v-s -''i'SJ "gy- ; - - -As- 5t- ENGLANSSPIES, THE SHADOWING SYSTEM BEFOILE THE COMMONS A Stormy Scene Between Balfour and the Followers of Parnell. Balfour Porced to TTso a Milder Term than "Orime" in Speaking of Irish Methods. Minister Boche, of Prance, Intimates a Change of Base by that Nation on the Tariff Question The Cholera in Spain Becoming Alarming News from Abroad. WEATHER BULLETIN. SigxAl Office, "Wichita, Kan., June JG. The highest temperature was 88 the lowest up to 7 p. m. 69 , and the mean 7S, with fresh and brisk southwesterly and south w inds, slightly warmer, partly rloudy weather with a trace of rain in the forenoon and threatening weather at night. Last year on June 14, the highest tem perature was S2, the lowest C2, and the mean 72, with .86 inch of rain. Fred L. Johnson, Observer. AVar Department, Washington, D. C, June 10, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8 p. m. Tuesday; For Missou...

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. — 17 June 1890

' " &- & hn W&tWix IPaiftj Igarjlc gvts&Bfllm&uxf, 'gum 17, 1890. go.- FINANCEANDCOMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards for 48 hours 627 cattle, 951 hogrs; shipments 672 cattle. The mar ket on fat cattle was firm, and some good sales "were made. Stockers in fair demand. Goodtochoics butcher's grades are good sellers and bring top of the market. Poor and half fat cattle inactive and "weak. Hog market much the same as Saturday on all grades. The market was firm and active throughout. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. "Wichita, Kaiu June 16L CATTLE. Receipts G27. Shipments 572. Anions the receipts were a train load of Texas F tock cattle which came In for rest and feed. The market on native fat cattle on the different crades was firm and active. Eorty-tLree head of good ship pin? steers sold at 4 40 per cwt., and was consid ered a good salo. Good, tidy butchers' crades are niways in demand and sell at good figures. There Is tome demand fo...

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. — 17 June 1890

- JB-o'SS'Syi "5p"2 x - tCS fVWJl 4 !fee ticMia liTiXxj gagle: litestlag -fifromg, fmxje 17, 1890 jr. jr. JICKDQCK, Editor. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CON VENTION. Dodge Citv, Kan., June 4, 1S20. A de'ecate convention oftlse Henubltcans of the Seventh Congressional district of the state of Kan sas UThereby called to be held at Dodee City, Hap on Wednesday, July 30. ISO, at 10 o'clock a. m., for tho Durpose of nominating a candidate for concres from said district. Tho basis of representation to said convention will bo one delegate t largo from each connty In said district, ana one delecatefor e verv 800 votes, or fraction of 150 or more rites cast for lion. 6. K. Peters in 1888. under which rulo dele- gatesaro apporviuueu. iu. ro. DEL. rv. Ttrx.. Barber..... Barton.. Clark rvwnnnol.A .... 4 e. Iioc j McPherson Jleado j Morton 7 Ness i ..... 3 .... 3 Edwards. .5 ...3 Flnnpv...... ...... ..... 3 Ford v. i Grant Gray - 2. Garfield.. 2 Grteley - Hamilton " Harper 6 Harvey g Hodgeman... 3 H...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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