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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 6 July 1890

wn.iiipi.wwN'mppi-'Mw.Pi mfm Kans. Historical Society TOL. Xin, INTO. 42. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOEXDTG JULY 6, 1890.-TWELTE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 1909. ) ? y v l THE STATE RAILROAD COMMISSION ERS' DECISION. The Board Dwells Upon the Im portance of Wichita's Job bins Trade. It Also Cites the Pact that "Western Kan sas Is Directly Interested In tha "Wichita Market The Board Officially Announces the Num ber of Cattle and Hogs and Sheep Hand led at "Wichita as Substantiating Their Decision that the "Wichita & "West ern and Chicago, Rock Island & P'xific Must Maka Connection. Special Dispatch to the Dally Eagle ToPEKA, Kan , July 5 The following decision has been handed down by the state railroid commissioners Before the board of railroad commis sioners of the state of Kansas Major and council of the city of Pratt, complainants, vs. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, ana Wichita & Western railway companies, respondents DECISION' This case is brought by the maj or and council o...

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. — 6 July 1890

h& Wlkhiln laily gagfe: mftlaij iatahxQ, gwlxj 6- 1890. WOOL MEN 011. EOrOSED CHANGES IN THE TABIFF SCHEDULES. Senator Hale's Idea of Reciprocity oil that Article Denounced as Dangerous. An Address to the Wool Growers of the Gountry by the National Association, Uncertainty in Monetary Legislation the Only Serious Drawback to the Unpre cedented Trade of the Season The Business Situation Ac cording to the "Weekly Eeview Items. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sif.XAL Office, "Wichita, Kan., July ?. The lushest temperature was 93, the lowest up to 7 p. m. i2 . and the mean 7S, with fresh southeasterly winds, wanner, cloudless weather; a sligfc fall in pressure. Last year on July 5. the highest tem perature was Si, the lowest (30 and the mean 72, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were t)3, 72 and 82. Fkkd L. Johxsox, Observer. "Wat: T)eiai:tmhnt, "Washington, D. C, July 5, 8 p. m. Forecast until S p. 111. Sunday: For Missouri "Warmer, generally fair weather, southerly winds. For Ka...

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. — 6 July 1890

Ife WteWx Shifts $: Jbmffag lxrmitxsltilg 6, 1890. L s "RTOHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of Iiive Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 24 hours owing to the fact that there was no market and so understood by shippers, and this being closing day, they probably thought it best to hold their shipments over until Monday. The day's market on both cattle, and hogs was rather discouraging to shippers, and they no doubt thought the early part of the week would develop stronger markets andbetter prices. Today's close certain ly looks that way, especially on hogs, as the market closed firm and 15 cents higher than Thursday. Kansas City closed 15 and 17 1-2 cents higher. There were too few cattle offered to test the strength of the market. Kan sas City closed 10 cents higher on nearly alll grades. WICHITA LIVE STOOK MAEKET. Wichita. Kan., Jnly 5. CATTLE. Receipts very light. Shipments 5T. The sunply was the lightest In months. There was no life or activity In the market for there was not en...

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. — 6 July 1890

jy or Miw-a? ji; g'J jl ' 'I1 "? 1'J i1-"' Site SSIicMta aily gagfe: jixrattey ttwgSitlu, 6, 18 90. I I . M. Tt. MrKDOCK. railtor. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CON VENTION. Dopge Cixr, Kan., June i, lKfl. A flclccnte convention of tlse llepublicans of the Fevetith Congressional district of tlio state of Kan Fas, is hereby called to be held nt Dodce City. Kno., on Wednpfday, July SU, ISO, at in o'clock a. m.. for the purpose or nominating a cardidate for congress from said district. Tlio basis of representation to paid convention will be one delegate at larso from each county In said district, and one delegate for everv 300 votes, or fraction of ISO or more vltos cat for lion. R. H. Inters in 1SS3, under which rule dele- Rates are apportioned as toliovvs: CO. DEL.I Co. Barber 41 Laiip.. Del. ... 3 Barton i ilcl'lierson.. .. Clark 3 Memle Oomancho . 3 Jlortou KdtvnrdB. 3 Now Finney 8 Pawnee Ford 1 Pratt Grant 2 iteno Gray 2 "Ice. Oarflcld -' "h Greeley - gcott..... Hamilton 2 SrdKiek Harp...

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. — 6 July 1890

life WixcMtx gailtj gglc: gim&XQ Iptfnxhxg, SxxtiT 190 5 a IM :s ,) i j r .s u ? 31. 31. MtntnorK-, Editor. 15. P. Jttj-itnoric, Business Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. A51 letters portalnlnc to the bnslnos of the irl n Jnc departiront or bindery, or for advcrtisini; t-liould be addressed to the bulness manager; al other communications to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas A alley receivlnc loth tho day and Sight Associate Press Keports In full. TEKJIS OF sntSCRtPTION" T UI-T TIAGLE. In Adrancc Postase Prepaid. Dailv, one copr one vear S3 CO Pally, one copy, ?tr months 4 00 Dally, one copy, three months 2 00 Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days deircd, per y'r... 4 00 Three, times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 .V5 Sunday Edition, lfi pases, one copv, one year.... 2 00 Sunday Edition, 1C pases, one copy, sis months. 1 2i WEtKLY 1.AGLE. Onecopv.one year 5103 One copy, six months... 50...

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. — 6 July 1890

J-y," -','M'Ait'-s3.'3e: -"ft -'. '-r'- 8 !2Iic tlEMxxia gaxlxj gacjfc: jixtttfcj Xjcanxhxg gxxlx 6, X89IX - uri &ri,a&- "r- ' - xffssjffiry SOME SCHOOL HOARD FIGUltES. The school board will meet tomorrow evening and in all probability the contract for the addition to the High fachool build ing will be awarded. There will be a con siderable amount of routine work to at tend to. The clerk will file a statement of receipts and expenditures. The receipts from various sources for the year ending Julyl are $205,035, while the disburse ments were $1G1,o32, leaving 43,502 on hand. The total salary paid male teachers dur ing the year is Siy,7."i, while thac to the female teachers is 35,053. The estimated value of school property and grounds is 5395,050. Bradycrotine cured Headaches for Jere Hollis, Macon, Ga. A SPLENDID TIME. Mr. George A. Chatfield, of College Hill, tendered an excellent party to quite a few of his friendly 3'oung associates. Mr. Chatfield acquittedhimself very com...

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. — 6 July 1890

3S&C IBRic&ite gjailg gaglc: jforoflag fjforttittg, fultj 6, 1890. w 3 r t JS 0 TOOK A TUBKTSH BATE A NOVICE'S VIEWS OF THE MYS TERIES OF THE INSTITUTION. they Roasted Him, Froze Him, Steamed Him, Drowned Him, Beat Him and Then Rubbed His Bruises with Oil. But Ho "Was Clean and Hungry. The man who had never takn a Turkish bath said the reason he had tarried so Ion" was because he did not want to expose himself to the scorn of the attendants, who would discover at once by his mistakes that he was a novice. But if his friend would promise to steer him against the game, he said, and instruct him, so that ho would not expose his ignorance, he would go willingly enough. A man behind a desk at the door took 1.25 of his money and gave him a ticket, a rubber ring with two keys attached and an envelope. His guide ran his hand through the rubber ring as though it were a bracelet, put his watch and poncy in the envelope, wrote his name on it and gave it to the clerk and then started of...

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. — 6 July 1890

8 THIS STUPENDOUS SALE MEANS CRUSHING, IN FACT, PARALYZING THE VERY LIFE Thrown On the Our Buyers are preparing to go to the market to make fall purchases. Summer goods have to be moved out regardless of Our RED MARK Wades into Small iNotions. Hatchets -worth 2." cents now 15 cents. ."5 Tuck hammers worth 10 cents now cent-a. Carpenter hammers worth 25 cents now 15 cent. Screw drivery worth 8 cents now 4 cents. Oil cans worth 15 cunts now S cents. Can openers worth 5 cents now 5$ cents. Lemon squeezers worth 25 cents now 15 cents. Hair curlers worth 25 cents now lOcents. Sleeve holders worth )0centsnov5ceuts. Collar button 5 cents per-do.eu. Tape, two rolls for 5 cents. Blacking, 2 cents. Shoe dre ing, per bottle 0 cents. Kick rack, 12 yards for 4 cents. Tape lines 5 cent-.. Machine oil S cents. f ucilege 4 cents. Tooth brushes i) cents. Nail brushes 5 cent. Lead pencils 1 cent. Pins, per paper 1 cent. Pins, mourning, per box 3 cents. Safety phis ; cents. Child's hose supporter, 0 c...

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. — 6 July 1890

3ftje WLxthiiz Jpaily Xt: JmmXay WLoxxxxuq, gitlij 6? XS90 A I 1 1 . r M V f f ' Corner In S&awnee. TETJE STOKT OF A WALL STREET HEEO BY HKNEY CLEWS. Cofcrrighted. AH rights reserved CHAPTER I. AX EARLY PASSION. ..f--M 'S-taP- Annie Stockwell's blve eyes looked straight into his ovm. Thirty years ago Daniel Hardy was employed as a teamster for a saw mill in Posket, Vt. Born on a farm, his boy hood camo to an early end, for stubborn nature yields her harvests in the Green Mountain state only after a severe strug gle, and even infantile hands are re quired for the work. Little knowledge liad he of suoh things as are set down in books. A few years spent at the district school when he was just big enough to be in his mother's way, and not strong enough to be of service, had resulted in his acquiring a passable knowledge of the alphabet and various forms of mis chief, and during his teens an occasional term at the winter session had added to his learning the rudiments of "figgering" ...

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. — 6 July 1890

to glic t&Miila gailtj gaglc: jimxtlay fjtoniiucj, ttlxj 6, 1890. I "It is, Mr. Hardy," groaned "Wellman. "PVaps," went on the torturer, "p'r aps you may be able to sell those fictish yous 2,000 shares to a somebody for sutk in1, but I don't keer for 'em. Lemme see, I think you clever people, you with the eddicated intellecks, calls this ar rangement a corner. I believe you used that word to me once. Didn't you?" "Wellman's answer was a convulsivo shudder. There was silenco for a mo ment, and then Hardy fairly shouted: "Look up, Mr. Wellman!" Startled, the broken speculator raised Lis head. Hardy stood up, and looked down at him for a full minute. Then he said slowly: 'Tve been lookin' for'ard to this a long time, an' now 3rou've got to settle, an' you can't, you can't do it." "For God's sake, Daniel Hardy," cried "Wellman, "do not continue this useless cruelty. I am in your power. You have ruined me; it will take much more than I possess to satisfy your claim, but name your fig...

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. — 6 July 1890

3It WLititiiit Ifcili) gagtc: jitmctatj fHxrrnhtg, gulij 6, 1890. 11 y AS SHE -WAS PICTURED. VAS THE WOMAN OF YESTERDAY CORRECTLY REPRESENTED? Contrast Drawn Between Her and tha Woman of Our Own Day by Heani of the- Illustrations of the Past and the Present. Copyright by American Press Association. m& A GRACEFUL ATTITUDE. fFroxn Godey's Lady's Book. Reproduced by permission of the publishers. Did the people of forty years ago real ly think the women of that time were beautiful? If they did it only shows that people can change their ideas more quickly and radically than they can any thing else. That is, of course, if tha magazine illustrations and other pictures of the day reflected the popular idea of a charming and beautiful woman. I have lately been looking over some old magazines of the middle of this cen tury, and the conviction was forced upon me that the maiden of lSoO could not walk up Broadway in 1890 even if she were dressed in modern style with out creating looks of wo...

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. — 6 July 1890

i9?s"s-s-w-"r--i -vi $foe SSSlictota gaxfoj gagfa: ituttay ptendug, gttnj 6, 1890. 12 A EEMAEKABLE SHOT. A CITY MAN IN THE ADIRONOACKS SAVES HIS WIFE'S LIFE. JIo T7s Always Practicing and Conld Sialic Sorao Really "Wonderful Target Shots He Kills a "Wild Panther -with an Old Colt KovolYer Having Two Balls "The best marksman lever saw in St. Lawrence county," the Adirondack guide said, "was a Buffalo man named Birgin, who came here a few years ago with liis vife. She was threatened with consump tion, and the doctors had advised her to try the air of the mountains. Birgin had a neat log cabin huilt about two miles in from here early in the spring, and when he had furnished it handsomely he moved in with his wifo and two servants. He seem ed to have plenty of moiyy, and didn't have anything to do but take care of his wife and sketch and write ulittlo and prac ticeshooting with a icvolver. "One day Birgin showed mo a shot I would, not believe could be mado if I hadn't seen him mako it t...

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. — 8 July 1890

YOL. Xin, NO. 43. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOENING JULY 8, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1920. 1 J J K A COMPROMISE OX SILVER LEGIS-LATION. Four and a Balf Million Ounces of Silver to be Purchased Monthly. Treasury Notes to be a Pull Legal Tender Redemption in Gold -or Silver. Silver Men Show Their Strength in Defeat ing Immediate Consideration of the Tariff Bill How the Substitute "Was Arranged The House Proceedings Capi tal Notes. Washington, July 7, The conferees on Che purt of the two houses this afternoon Feached-nn agreement on the points of dif ference in the silver bill. Tills result, which was hardly expected to be veachcu so soon, was brought about hi this way: After the first ineffectual conference last Thursday, the Republican tnenibers decided that an agreement could be inore speedily and satisfactorily reached by a party cousultation rather than in a conference open to both political parties. Accordingly Senators Sherman and Jones and Representatives Conger and Walker entered upon t...

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. — 8 July 1890

555-5S 9T ii,-"3Sr"5S&5nsT p3r,Jffli?,T5- 5?Ix tSEicIxita Jpaily fglie: xtstlaxj ptxmiittfl; gttlg 8, X89SX WEATHER BULLETIN. , Signal Office, "Wichita, Ivan., July $. The highest temperature -was 97.8. the lowest up to 7 p. m. 75.3 , and the lueanS6.5, -with fresh southerly winds, cloudless weather and a continued fall in the barometer. Last year on July 7, the highest tem perature was 90, the lowest 74, and the mean S2, and two years ago the corres ponding temperatures were S9, 70 and SO. Fred L. Johnson, Observer. "War Department, "Washington. D. C, July 7, 8 p. in. Forecast until 8 p.m. Tuesday: For Missouri and Kansas Fair weather, northwesterly winds; cooler, except in fiouthern Missouri, warmer. THE CROP COSDITIOIT. June Hot Altogether Pavorable for Grow ing Cereals." TOPEKA, Kan.. Julv 7. Secretary Moh ler, of the state board of agriculture, has Issued the following monthly crop report: Correspondents of this board, number ing about five hundred, and representing 304 of ...

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. — 8 July 1890

je irMta jtei ltx JItxcsclag p0nxm gfttltj 8, X 890, ti r j W7 y fr WIOHTPA MAEKETS. Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours 130 cattle, 1,072 hogs. Shipments 128 cattle. The supply of cat tle was fair and consisted of some 70 head of good shipping steers and for which a good price -was offered by a local shipper. The owner would not accept the ofFer and they were shipped on without changing hands. The balance of the offerings were com posed of a few of all kinds only apart of which changed hands here. The market was lifeless as the local buyers who purchase on, this market and ship east claim they lost money all last week, and they would not buy today except at their own figures. The supply of hogs was good for opening day and ahead of expectations. The market was active throughout and fully 2 1-2 cents higher than Saturday's closing price for packers' grades. Heavies and roughs sold about 7 1-2 cents under those grades. Market closed strong, and lo...

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. — 8 July 1890

vggj&j4l ' -rfttjyTyMJ 4 xc WLMnix aijtj n$te: itcsclay formiwn; IttBj, 8, 1890. "ST. jr. HCTtDOCK, TMIfor. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CON VENTION. Dodge Citt, Kan., Jnne 4, ISM. A flelecate convention of Use Republicans of the Seventh Congressional district of the rtate of Kan Eas. 1p hereby called to bo held at Dodce City. Kao., on Wednesday. July30,lSS0. at 10 o'clock a. m.. ror the purpose of nominating a candidate for conzress from said district. The basis of representation to Eald convention will bo one delegate at large from each county In said district, and one delegate for every S00 votes, or fraction of 150 or more vites cast for Hon. S. R. Peters In 18S3, under whlcn rule aeie- gates are apportioned as follows: CO. Del.1 Co. Dei- '.'.'. ft H.ixhr i I.nno SIcPherbon Barton C Clark ? 3leade ;' Morton - Xess Pawnee J Pratt 5 Reno Hice i Rush Fcott 2 Sedewlcfc 0 Soward - Stafford fctevens - Sumner J Stanton "Wichita - Comancuo IMward Finney Ford ..... Grant Gray Garfield Gr...

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. — 8 July 1890

-Wttn-epr, e-5r -r -m xz WLitMiii JpaiXij gagle: 3ujesilinj goxniug, f:u!xj 8, 1890. , y V J l J, h. ILiLilmiDorK. Editor. H. P. MrnnocK, Business Manager. M. M. MURDOOK & BBO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlnjr to the business of the rl n lnc department or bindery, or for advcrtisins fIioqIiI be addressed to the business manager; al other communications to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas . alley receiving both the day and nlsht Associate Press Reports in full. lEitMs or suBScnipnox daily eagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy one year T3 0!) Dally, one copy, six months- 4 01 Dally, one copy, three months. 2 09 Daily, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, per y'r. .. 4 00 Three times a week, any days desired, tlx mo... 2 SO Sunday Kditlon, 1G pages one copy, one year.... 2 03 Sunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, fcix months. 1 25 WEEKLT EAGLE. One copy, ono year Jl 00 Onp copy, six months ...

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. — 8 July 1890

6 $! WMxiia Ipailij IpKtfe: Ittesfoqj atxim$, gttli.Sy 1890. La si, by luo tiuiup. When a Chicago and Eastern Illinois suburban train ws3 driving along through Eggleston, a suburb eight miles from the court house, at a rate of nearly a mile a minute, a man -was seen to spring from the rear platform. The engineer of a passing train saw the act and signaled a stop. Out piled the conductor, brakemen, engineer, fireman and a hundred or two passengers, all fully expecting to see thegiound scat tered for yards around with bones and mangled human flesh. Instead they saw a tall German, who stood ruefully rubbing the back of his head with his left hand, while in the other hand he held a new hat which he was brushing against his trous ers to rid it of dust. "Why did you jump off?" indignantly asked the conductor. "Tor hat, mine new hat, him blow off unt I yoomp after him." "You flabbergasted idiot, don't you know that it might have killed you?" the con ductor said as he pushed the German for ...

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. — 8 July 1890

3Ix fS&itfata gailg gagle: xwstfcqj forums, faxltj 8, 1890. xX S J p V THE THRUSH. "Where yonderaymph -with music takes Across the fields her silver tray, Wi6h mirthful molody she wakes Tho drowsing minstrel of tho day. Thero from his ripple haunted dream The meadow's blithest chorister, Enraptured by the singing stream. Clears Ids brown throat nd sings with her. The amber air with music fills; Like seed8, the notes sown In the hush Blossom In song between the hills "Whence echo answers to the thrush. Dear bird, whoso liquid carols come To me across the valley's spaa, I dream you are descended from That older minstrel, bhaggy Pan. For as the nymphs with dance and song In olden days his piping graced, This aylran maiden steals along Beside you in melodious haste. Xew York Ledger. Mr. Dopeir'a "Only" Box. Dr. Cbauncey 3L Depew told a little story tho other day about a young man who started an "only" box, into which he and his wife put all the small pieces of money they would other...

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. — 8 July 1890

8 QfaWtiuMtx gailij fpajle: fttjesfiau Loxuiug, gitltj 3, 18$0. fill Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar "baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. G overnmentKeport, Aug. 17, 18S9 ALL THE LATEST STYLES 0 TRAD MARK & 143 X. 2TAIXST.. irjGJIITJL. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled DBinand 25 Eaeh. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. To the Editor of the Eagle. Pleat announce me as a ranlddate for re-election to the oflice of Clerk of the District court of Heds tvlcU countv. subject to the action of tho Republican county cou ention, ltespectlully, C. IT. LUI.IXO. "Wichita, Kan.. June 9, 1800. dl9 tf w tf MADAME BLANCH Is again in Wichita and will remain for ONE WEEK ONLY. All thov -who Trlsh an interview with the Greatest Tllnd Reader in the world, and spiritualistic med ium must avail themsehes of the opportunity tills veek, asbhe will le.ve to meet other enpajeinents. Don't go on u journev. don't buy or bPll until vou consult this lad , for sho can foretell the result. .Las...

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