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M. M. MURDOCH, Editor.
THURSDAY 3IOKNING, MAY 22, 1SS4.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
.,A delto "cntlon of thc Itcpnlilicans or
tho Statu or Kansas will be held in the rity of
Topeka, on -
, WEDNESDAY, JULY ICllf, 18.!
at 4 o Uock p. in. for thc purpose of placing in
nomination candidates for State officers and
electing a Itepnhlican State Central Committee.
1 ho ofliccrs io be nominated are as follows:
One ClUcf .Tustico of the Supreme Court.
Associate " "
(to fill vacancy)
' Lieutenant Governor.
' Secretary of State.
' Auditor or State.
" Treasury or Mate.
" Attorney General
. ,V s.l.ate Superintendent ofl'nb. Instruction
..A,!j?tizcns wh. orc ln favor of oleating and
iIlKnirjing American labor, protecting and in
tending home industries, giving free popular
idncation to the masses of the people, securing
free suffrage and an honest counting or ballots,
and effectually protecting all human rights, in
every section of our common country, and who
are willing to support tho nominees or the con
vention, are incited to co-operate with Ik-publicans
in the Primaries and Connty Conventions
sending delegates to this Convention.
The besia of repreentation shall be the vote
cast for Hon. James Smith, Republican camli
date for Secretary or State, at the general elec
tion held in lsa. Eacli county shall he en
titled to one delegate and one alternate for
e cry 0O votes so cast, or any fraction thereor
r IS, or over, woviiiut that everv county shall
lie untitled to at least one tlclrgafc and one al
ternate in said convention, according to the fol
Counlict. loIctccxt.Vcl. Counties. I'otacatt.lhf
Osborne. . .
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lnMnfCOI,",u"n1?a that 'legates be selected
in County contentions on Sati miw, Ji ly 12th
snf,1 u ll'e1l,ri"1!lri'-,s for the same beheld,
1 ?i . a ' .,',u,y 5tl1' in RUch manner as the sev
may jinvhlo " Coi,nty CcI,tral Committees
County Central Committees should give at
least two weeks' notice or the tujun.r holding
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MT8. J l
epublican .State Central
A. L. Itrmn.v, Chairman
a- i ,. w'.t W. Walton-, Stcretarv.
lopeka, Mayftth, ltv-,1.
THE WICHITA AND McPHERSON R. R.
To Ike JMilor of the Daily Eagle:
Will you please advise ilio voters of
Wichita In- whom and what respons
ible parlies yon are informed "the
money is ready now to build the Wich
ita & JlePJifif-oii railroad,"1 and who
the parlies aio that will furnish it, as
many thinkers express doubts as to
t h' probabilities of these frequent statc
:ncnts. The day of election is cominjr.
I.etV -ee dollars, and not so much
wnui, iieioro we embarrass thc
viui a iiuinii'M picugc tnai mav pn
vent us from extending rcqui'acd a
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It is ordered that delegates forward a ropy or
their credentials to the .Secretary or the Jtei.nb
lican Mate Central Committee at 'lopcka, im
mediately follow ing th ir election-
" oruer or i u- ir
.sistancc to approaching realities.
This (juer comes from 'onic one
who failed to give us his full name,
and we nly answer it for the reason
that we do not desire to mislead the
public in the least in thU m-iftcr, for
the aluc of cuch a connection to
Wichita all adiuif.
Xow, fiom the lirst the local director-
of the line residing in Wichita have
assured ns on their word and honor
a gciitlciiH'ii that complete arrange
ments had been made for the construc
tion of the road and that thc only con
dition imposed by the men who were
- to furnish thc money was the voliii"
"-of the bonds for 'lock.
l)f conr-e we have been shown no
money, nor even given the names of
the men who were to furnish it.
As to the item referred to by our
correspondent, its language is exactly
as. furiiMicd us by a banker in (his
city, although in one or two respects
his language was more emphatic than
Of course there are many s-chcnics
and humbugs now davs; i) ,cn
must trust more or less to the honor
of their fellow men. One thing wc
are sure of, and that is no bonds will
be issued by Wichita for a paper ro id.
Even body, we presume, concedes
the right of certain eminent bus'me-s
men of Xcw York City to meet and
pass a scries of resolutions endorsing
anybody they want to for president,
but nobody any longer is bowed down
with any particular amount of rever
ence for (lie so-called eminent business
talent of that city. It
city. It so happen-in
latter da that tin. is m ..ivml ,
deal of busini.es talent in this count ry
out-ide of Xew York City. Business
talent lhat is engaged in following le
gitimate pursuit, and not gambling
in stocks with other peoples money.
Thc opinion of these so-called eminent
business men of Xow York no more
reflects the opinion of the business
men of this country, than doc- the
opinion of the business men of any
other city or state. t.
A petition j bciii"; circulated which
is receiving the siyn.it urcs of many ,
prominent citizPiirciiHcsting Senator
11 umb to urge the passage of his Okla- i
homabill. There is no question but
what there U a ilcc'ulcil cliamrc in the '
bcntimcnl of the people iu southern
Kansas in relation 10 this matter. ,
Many who were inditrerent or oppo- j
cd to opening -that country to settle
ment are now strongly in favor of hc
government, determining at once it
proper status, and if the land belongs '
so thi" government and it has not been '
set apart for any Indian reservation,1
then the people arc opposed to its be
in" controlled by cattle rings. ad are
in favor of its bVmg declared open for
settlement. The question ought to be
determined promptly. t
AN OLD DEMOCRATIC FRIEND OF BEN
NETT ANSWERS WEB WILDER.
To the' Editor of the Eagl :
Dear Sib:- lam in receipt of thc
Daily Eagle, which affords me much
satisfaction to say is a credit to the
publisher and thc city But thc
echo of thc Hiawatha World does
great violence to thc truth of history
in thc statement concerning Van Ben
nett, and the publica'ion of the Cop
perhead. The statement in thc article
referred to states "that Martin Vau
Burcn Bennett was thc only man in
tho United States who, during the
war, published a paper called tho
Copperhead. Bennett did this in
Iowa. All the time lhat thc war
lasted this traitor sat in his office and
abused thc Union soldiers, President
Lincoln and the patriotic men and wo
men of his native land." Bennett
docs not happen to be of Iowa "to thc
manor born," so the proscy of refer
ence to "his native land" drops out.
But it is not that injustice to Bennett
I write to rorrect. JNIartiu Van
Burcn Bennett went early in thc war
from JUnoxvillc, Marion county, Iowa,
into the Union army as the captain of
a company of one hundred democrats,
stayed late and was reputed a good
soldier, and came home broken in his
general health. He has never, I un
derstand, entirely recovered, but nev
er asked for a pension. Thc Copper
head was not published until after the
close ef thc war, and sometime after
thc death of Mr. Lincoln. Bennett, in
common with democrats generally,
greatly deplored thc assassination of
Mr. Lincoln. As they believed that
he, like Greely, Sumner, Chase, Sew
ard and others of i ho great forwarders
of ihc Republican party earnestly de
sired "to speedily bridge the bloody
chasm." Xo unkind words were pub
lished in thc Copperhead of Mr. Lin
coln. But the folly and crime of
Wilkes Booth was then denounced
with the seventy of invective of which
Bennett is one of thc great masters.
I have, at present, no apology of
Mr. Bennett. We parted company,
politically, when he shipped with thc
prohibition crew. But not to defend
him from tho raw injustice of the Hia
watha World, were to write myself a
By giving this the publicity you did
thc article from the Hiawatha World,
will be but an act of common justice.
SHOULD APFLY TO ALL.
Senator Culloin, of Illinois, has in
troduced in the i-enate a very impor
tant bill, which bears directly on the
recent financial complications in New
York. It provides that it shall not be
lawful for any president, cashier, teller
or other chief executive oilicer of any
national banking association having a
capital stock of $200,000 or upwards,
to engage in speculation in slocks,
bonds, or other securities, or in grain,
provisions, produce or oil, or in mar
gins, on his own individual credit or
for hi- own per-onal profit, cither direct)-
or indirectly, or to have any
partnership or other financial interest
in the operations of any piivalc bank
ing or brokerage linn or business. The
penalty for the violation of such law,
if passed, is fixed by the bill at notless
than one or more than five years. Such
a law would undoubtedly do much to
put a stop to the disgraceful defalca
tions which are occurring every week
throughout the couutrv.
A conespondent writes from
(rrensboro, N. C, to the Washington
licpidilican to assure Mr. Arthur's
friends that he will get two hundred
votes fiom the South" on thc first bal
lot, and to urge thc administration
men in thc Xortli to hunt up 110 more.
In that event the eleven additional del
egates nccc ary to a nomination, the
sav s can be found in
When there is a $100,000 mortgage
iudcblediics- per mile on railroads that
cost :-20.000 and -:?0,000 per mile, it is
only natural thai this ii,.lebtedness
should fail to lloat at par. Everything
above 20 or :)0 per cent, represents
wind and water.
Obrin A. Carpenter, who was tried
aud acquitted of the murder of Zura
Burns at Lincoln. 111., a few months
ago, is settling up his business in tint
place, ptcparatory to removing to
SEDGWICK COUNTY FRUIT.
" Wc believe there will hardly be a
peach in thispart of thc state, aud in
this emergency wc fall back ou thc
booming editor ot (he Wichita Eaolk.
If our memory serves us correctly, he
had an articlea 'av weeks ago on the
pe:ich prospect in Sedgwick county, in
which he predicted a fair crop there
tn. in round numbers, 17,000.000
bushel-. Iho hirures mav not oe ex-
.'act; it may be stated a little under his
e-tnnatc, but (he editor of the Laolk
is a man who don't care for a few fig
ure- in a matter of this kind, and wc
do not pretend to be exact. But we
would a-k him how the matter stands
now; if there arc still peaches enough
left in Sedgwick county to supply the
state. If there is, wc shall be better
contented with life in thc far west."
Xo finer prospect of an abundant
corp of fruit could be desired, wc arc
happv to inform our incredulous
friend of Ihc Xcws. Not onlv are thc j
,.,!, t-- r fi,;-. c.; 'i.,io,i,l
pcacii trees 01 tins section laucucd,
J , , !
but the apple, plum, pear aud cherry.,
trees as well, as aKo tho berry vines. J
Of course the old still clav of central
Ivanas is not expec
ictcl to rival a na-
tural vincvanl like this vallcv.
"When it was announced, to Jay
Gould eight cir- 'igo that James K.
Iveene wjs en route 111 a private pal
ace car with $:.000,000 to use in Wall
street Mr. Gould remarked: ''We will
end him back in a freight car.'"
Kccnc Marled a- a milkman in Cali
fornia, but it lemaincd with thc Wall
t root fellows to Miow him how milk-
was (lone. .
Ward studied tho method of J'a:iy-
'ng to J1'1 Grant" better than the j
fellows did four vars aro. Ho ha f
beaten the'whole Grant familv, inclu-
ding thcic sisters and cousin and their
THE NEW BISHOPS.
Thc Methodist General Conference
on Thursday last elected four bishops.
Thc bishop on whom thc eyes of
Kansas people will rest with thc most
pr'-s is Bishop J. M. Waldcn. This
gentleman, on May 13th, 1857, twenty
seven years ago. started at the now
dead town of Quindaro, a paper bear
ing thc singular name of thc Quindaro
Chindowan, and remained doing thc
Lord's work as aJFrec State editor un
til June 12, 1858. In July, 1857, if r.
Waldeu took all active partrin a Free
State convention held atTopckaand
reported the usual resolutions sustain
ing thc Tojicka movement, denying
thc validity of thc Territorial Legisla
ture, etc., etc. lie was elected as a
member of thc house of representa
tives at an election held under the To
peka constitution. He was nominated
as a Free State candidate for superin
tendent of public instruction under
thc Leavenworth constitution of
which document he was one of thc
When the future bishop left Kansas
we do not know, but he went to Cin
cinnati, and for many years hi3 talents
as a man of business have been made
available by thc Methodist press and
book concern. He is a sagacious, im
perturbable sort of a man, biding his
time antt is quite sure to bring into
camp anything he sets out after.
Uev. W. X. Ninde, another ot thc
bishops elected, is n scholarly nuui,wiio
has preached to important churches,
but is better known by his lubors as a
Itev. Willard F. Mallolicu represents
the Methodist church as it is in Bos
ton. He is considered an able man
and a fine preacher.
Thc brightest man of thc lour, ana
thc only one of them whose name we
find in the handiest encyclopedia, is
Itev. Dr. Charles IJ. Fowler. He is
by birth a Canadian, the sop of a
Methodist preacher, but brought up
in thc states. He is a broad-shouldered,
hearty, witty man, full of mental
and physical resources ; and a line off
hand talker or writer on any subject.
lie it was who was selected to deliver
the address for Illinois at the Centen
nial. He is a handy man with a pen,
and for four years edited thc Christian
Advocate at New York. He is forty
six years of age; in the full maturity
of his powers, aud will be heard of.
Mm. Wendell Phillips is reported
Thc Tootlet is iho name of a paper
published in Clarksville, Tcnn.
A Buniham, N. C, man has patent
ed a machine to make 200 cigarettes a
It is now said that thc ex-Rev. W.
II. II. Murray is keeping a restaurant
Yankton, D. T is to have a poi k-
packing establishment with a capacity
of 1 ,000 hogs per day.
General Grant's cottage at Elbcron
has been prepared for use, and the
family arc expected there to-day.
Professor Asa Gray, the distin
guished American botanist, is visiting
St. Louis, and is thc guest of Mr. Hen
General Basil W. Duke is to deliver
thc literary address at thc Mississippi
Stale Normal School at thc commence
ment. A "royal" sturgeon was caught in
thc Ousc, near York, England, recent
ly. It was over seven feet in length,
and weighed nearly 182 pounds.
The Uev. Arthur Little has gone to
Nashville, Tc,iin., to deliver the com
mencement address before Fisk uni
versity Thursday. He will, return in
season to be in liis pulpit next Sunday.
It i expected that ncarlyl,0C0 mem
bers and associates of the British Sci
entific association will cross the ocean
in August next to take part in ihe
meeting which is to be held at Mon
treal. Queen Victoria is negotiating for the
purchase of the Villa Nevada, at Can
nes, in. which Prince Leopold breathed
his last. Her intention is to convert
it into a convent and chapel in memory
of the Prince.
The Itev. Arthur Sloan, who was
recently obliged to give up the rector
ship of Christ Episcopal Church, Slrat
ford, Conn., because of his belief in
"faith cures," will soon begin religious
work in New York City.
Henry William Eaton, member of
Parliament for Coventry, who mar
ried the only daughter of Mr. Thomas
L. Harniaiijof New Orleans, has just
paid 0,200 guineas for Landsccr's orig
inal "The Monarch of the Glen."
Mi-s Eliabclh Pcabody, the philan
thropist, celebrated her 80th birthday
at her home in Boston Friday, aud
among those who called to congratu
late her were Dr. aud Mrs. O. W.
llohnc-i, Mr. and Mr. W. D. Howol!,
George Parsons Lathrop and Hose
Hawthorne Lathrop, Mrs. Olc Bull,
and many others distinguished in lit
erature. THE RESULT.
Thc result of thc National Republi
can convention is very doubtful. Mr. (
Blaine will probably have thc most '
votes on the first ballot. Alio great ,
.Inn .m linitriMTfin 1 lito lltrft 4V rt f 4 It n f
UilllUUI j lIUUi; Cl , IIW 111 MtKi JtlVsl tint I. i
the delegates who are in favor of olh-
Antiiiiilafnc it'll 1 rnr' li troll lr
against him from the first. Blaine is
a very positive man uoiu aim ag
gressive. His sriends arc of the same
material. His friends believe in him
enthusiastically. His enemies are
stubborn in their opposition. And,
those who are not for him arc against
him. It he should lack fifty or sixty
votes on thc first ballot, it is not at
all probable that he will ever get them.
President Arthur occupies thc best
position as a compromise candidate
llis administration has been endorsed
by every Republican convention ) et
held. If tho convention can be per.
suaded that he can carry Xcw York
his nomination would be easy to ac
complish. If wc were called "upon to
name thc candidates in thc order of
their strength with tho people, we
should do it thus: m. T. bhcrman,
Pl,.li. A Arllmr Cnn V T.M ,.i . .1 ?
James J. Blaine. Osaga City Free
Senator Plumb, ot Kansas, said: "1
don't want to be interviewed, and I
,. . ,.. , .. , ,;. , . .,
never allow tuvself to be if l know it.
A 2Yibuiie reporter came to my room
last week, had a little talk v.-ith me,
and then went oil aud put word into
my mouth winch I never uttered and
which arc not true.
I "What did he say?" j
1 "He made me say that the prairie
1 were all 011 tire for Air. Blaine; that he
j would get all ihe votes from our dele-J
gation, aud a Jot of other stuff like
that, which I never said, ami the pub
lication of which caused me groat an- '
"So it wasn't true?"'
"Vcrv far from it. Mv -tatc is
vkletl between Itlaiuc and Arthur
about evenly, aud that is all I have to
"How will you vote?'
"I haven't jet determined I want
to help nominate thc best man and the
strongest candidate, aud I ranuot de-
cide that until I know what
ins i in the other parts of the coun
try. 1 am pledged to no man, and
and have no instruction."
Grain and Produce Commission
Chicago market reports received every fifteen
minntcs from 9:30 a. k. to 2:29 p. it. Office
unJer Citizens Bank, Wichita, Kansas. Deal
ers iu grain and produce invited to make my
office their headquarters. d-J-tf
f . J. BL0Q1EB & BRO.
N. 80 Main St. -
Though goods in our line are lower than
for many years, we still offer inducements
to close buyers, especially in
Sugars, Syrups, Coffees, and
We mean this. Conince yoursches.
Telephone No. 39.
"ST Nearly opposite Wichita Wholesale
Machine Shop !
NEAU IKON imiDGE.
R. McFARLAND, Propr.
In the north part of the city. Apply
J. M. TUIINKH,
Or Joslj n & Thomas.
J. A. STEDMAN,
Geneial Insurance Agent.
Firo, Tornado, Life and Accident
OFFICE 100 DOUGLAS AUEJfUE,
T)cr IJarnes' Drug Store.
Lanest Apcy in tie Valley.
WANTED A ImjiT for a quarter-section of
good raw land ; for sale clu-np ; well wa
tered ; sitnati-d in innesrah.
.J. V. Dlf!llH!T,
3-tr (with Judge Campbell.
Thr Photographer. Pictures in all sizes and
stjli'8. lie also cnrriis the llnost assortment
of picture frames in tho citj. Gic him a
friendly call and examine shmples. d-2-tf
PI - CD
Contractors and boll.lers.on Flrf t Hrl,vrl !
of County liuililin?
OiwiulrorflneeArriasehore-". vrt-11 miZ-Jj-
iirilve. .l, on new liiti.n hill M-lt on
time witli apprornl njritj-.
Kmmrc : rar
rr'lilfBC on uairr
trppt. MUe in rr ut
Woilran' lank. it, I'.Jims. t.T
T - . ' i
J, E.. RICHMOND,
Wagon an.d Carriage Maker.
DOES AXIi KINDS OF EEPAIEISG.
Light Work a Specialty.
With Klaus & Cole, Market et reel, south or
Doashu avenue, Wichita, Kansas. tf
ORGANS TO RENT
W- B. ls& IE .A. 3D ,
. OrAililrcrv TockBorSj,
Contractor and Builder,
SHOP 136 & 138 MAIN St.
Residence on X-irrcnce Avcnne, near Central
Avenue I'ost-Ofilco IJov COS tf
Killeen & Stoekinger,
Practical Plumbers. Steam & Gas
Gis Fixlurcs. Siwpi ikling iM'cnlitoliiig a
Specially. Esliiiuies Furnished.
S3" Shop on Main st'oet. oiil Arkansas Val
ley Hank Iiuil.liny, Wichita, Kansas. 1'ost
ollicc I5o 14.1. (V4
FROOMAN & PECKHAM,
l!OI.k.-AI.U AM rXTAU. DKAI El S IK
Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, Fruits, &c.
Highest ca-h price iitl fur in!itee More
pools solil lnr tin--:iini inoiifx. ihin nnj other
llrmln the city. Uooih ilelhernl iinHiiptl to
any part of the city
. --.W K.NTK,
Thlnl Door Wist or Main.
Corner Doitsl ts antl
Y S. roiUIKTT. I'rt-Md.nt
it. ii. i:iciiai:d.
A 1II-S, Vice
WHO! Kli F
(fucorporalcd January 11, 1881.)
NOS. 73 AND 75 MAIN STREET, WICHITA, KANSAS.
I frnZy yZ&x. iE
O o r 1
SS 3 cq J tt
Wichita Oily Roller Mills
MANUFACTURE THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
IMPERIAL, - (Roller Patent.)
WHITE ROSE, (Extra Fancy.)
X. L. C. R. - - - (Fancy.)
11ir-ebr.sr.di liitvp bern nn tho iiiarlf U ErU, t, Norlli bihI South for tru Jfr. ami Iist
won an rniiftljle repntntlnn crliererer Introdnrtil. 'lo tr) tlicni ii to tav nlih lliru We are
atuayitln tlie nnrlet for wlitat at lillie't ca-b rice
SHELLABARGER, IMBODEN & OLIVER.
J la the Fincl
DIAMONDS, GOLD AND
t ROLLED COLD
88, Douglas Avenue. -
J. F. STAFFORD,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition
Huctinz outfits rented on reasoaable terms.
CORNER FIRST & MAIN, WICHITA. KANSAS.
- LUMBER DEALERS.
Garden Plain, "
Wichita Meat Market,
All Kinfls orFresbani Salt Meats
Ofihcvery best qualiy.
Tliursd-iy an J Friday.
Lake fish Wednesday.
B. EI. ttOWHT
Doiilns Avoniie, - Wirliitn, IvaiHtu.
Exton Elevator Com Mills.
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
Orders filled promj tly
Telephone ta Exton Co.il
rnsiilot. .1. 11.
ACII. Sit. :tnl Tr.-as.
H. W KENCLE,
PAP. CLOTH. AM BKTAIX1C BlIIIAL CISES,
ROBES, GLOVES, CRAPE, ETC.
Hat e two fine lieare A priral telMJione cSlrf et
to HicLlta Crnlry. Office iilw a j open
M iioii;i4 Atfnup, lhila. Kana.
IVo rp( eltmion 10 OntTt by Ttlrgraph.
SILVER WATCHES !
Lawrence's Brag Stor.
-The Daily Eagle!"
Prosperity and Happiness!
The One-Price Dry Goods House!
21 Main St., Wichita, Kansas.
.JtL-tr- Sample untied to any
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY'
LUMBER. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. LATH
Muiiilf:toluren of I Ik; cilclirntfd &
MARBLEHEAD WHITE LIME. f
Niiipfycvtii per cunt, pure Lime. Two ImrrcU will go m fur tw llir' of
" any other Lime. ' J
Lcnlgfrillo Cement, Michigan PlattT and Hair, always on hand.
H0LL0WELL & D0RAN
Arc to the front with the Latent, Nontext, Nobbiest atid (Jhopcnt line of
CLOTH ING !
na?s, cxa.:fs & FTJK,lrisia:nsrc3- C3-oors
TUT TIEniS CITY. f
Douglas Avenue, Ifetweci. tjruyth'
No 60 Mala
mL H '1
Handles a Complete Line of
Clothing, Hats, Caps and Fnrnishiiig' Goods
Frank C. Weir, Frik Mtckr M UtmL
aMri upon application.
AU.KX it TUCKKK.)
and WaJlurc'a Iniplcinent IIoijmm.
C I.. A DAW 5.
Kimmerle & Adams,
WICHITA MARBLE WORKS
Msfiuhtturen o( auj Dealer In
WJiOIOTS, T0BST05E5. IA5TLES jff TJlttE TOTS,
mns rzKcrva, snnsra stokz,
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