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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 March 1890

KIxe la "gcXQht Jawflsqj !& ffcax& 30, 1890. s 9 ft? fpbttT AEnQIf Or THE ADVENTURES OF oln-lJonM-AARvcL-A Servant or His Late: if Em ?f Majesty Kn My f -YEAR3 16V2-3: OTtfTTEM EY HIMSELF--- M 8i$&8$&&!dzrZ CHAPTER V. MY ADVEXTJIE AT THE "THHEE CUPS." t Secure of pursuit, and full of delight in the ijiare's easy motion, I must have traveled a good six miles before the moon rose. In the 4rosty sky her rays spsrkled cheerfully, and hy them I saw on the holsters tuc silver demi Bear that I knew to be tho crest of the Killi cpews, having tho fellow to it engraved on ijby sword hilt. So now I was certain 'twas MJsolly that 1 bestrode, and took occasion of tkre light to oxploro tho holsters and saddle ap. Poor Anthony's pistols wero gone filched, o doubt, by tho captain; but you may guess y satisfaction when, on thrusting my hand ceper, 1 touched a heap of coins, and found ,iem to bo gold. 'Twos certainly a rare bargain I bad driven .vith Capt. Settle. For the five or ...

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. — 30 March 1890

"!; '""WfSl si-"'yi's,jcayy,,,ii ""-"i"y8v':i-er'TSs !5.'?'j' 10 gltc fitittata gtrilg gaglc: JhmAag Scorning favd't 30, 1890. 1 - '? " F ft-yHr -" xi- 1"V And so I say .Mistress KUlicrew, tato me for your servant." To my extremB discomposure, as I dropped her hands, her eyes were twinkling with laughter. ''Dear now; I see a dull prospect ahead if we uso those long titles." "But" "Indeed, sir, please yourself. Only as I Intend to call you 'Jack,' perhaps 'Delia' will be inoreof a piece than 'Mistress Kiiligrew.' " She dropped mo a mock courtesy. "And now, Jack, be a good boy, and hitch me this quilt across the hut. I bought it yesterday, at a cottage below hero" Sho ended tho sentenco with the prettiest blush imaginable; and so, having fixed her screen, we shook hands on our comradeship and wished each other good night. CHAPTER VIII. I LOSE THE KING'S LETTER. Almost before daylight we were afoot, and the first ray of cold sunshine found us step ping "from tho woods into the plain, 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. — 30 March 1890

glte tSUtcMta gail'ij gagle: timing pointing, pCai-tlt 30, 1890. 11 1iEPBB"3ii? WILD WESTEM JAUNTS. 3ILL NYE REVISITS THE SCENES OF HIS JOURNALISTIC CHILDHOOD. Kiting Real Estate How a Man Got Rich by Beinsr Compelled to Stay in Denver. alt Lake Lots A Pious Ajent for City Lots Paul's Latet. Copyright, 1800, by E. W. Nye.l Wmtten at Salt Lake, in the Territory ) of Utah, and so on. Whenever j- an Opportunity Occurred. J The past week has beea one of great personal interest, although it has had little effect on public affairs. I have been, vi&iting my old haunts in Colorado and Wyoming, after about seven years of absence. I have also been in TJtah, where spiing has come in the rich valley of the Jordan and the glossy blackbird, v ith wing of flame, scoots gayly from bough to bough, deftly declaring his af fections right and left and acquiring more wives than he can support, then clearing his record by claiming to have '-Lvd a revelation which made itall right. ' One cannot shut I...

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. — 30 March 1890

u lliicMta gaily gagl'c: jimttlay Xmxhxg, Sjfottxft 30, 1890. 12 i .MISS ALICE B. SilfiER. THE PRIVATE SECRETARY OF PRES IDENT AND MRS. HARRISON. How the Correspondence of the White House Is Handled by the Deft Fingers of a Toang Woman How She Was Brought to 3Ir. Harrison's Notice. Copyright, 1S90. "Washington, April 2. HE calling and visiting public of the capital num bers ten thou- Isand. During a season the ladies of the cabinet re ceive this many, and senatorial la dies who are well liked meet half this number. The list of the most popular representative's wife rarely goed over three thousand, and even the ordinary individual passes the allotted fivo hundred friends before the winter passes. One can conceive the immense labor .attending the proper care of so many callers, and can understand Mrs. Chief Justice Fuller's plaint when bhe said: "It takes my three older daugh ters and myself every morning in the week putting down the people who call on a Monday and answering in vitati...

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. — 1 April 1890

tol. xn, KO. 116. "WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOENIXG. APEIL 1, 1890. WHOLE NO. 182a w IGBBAKOmm (FIELD, GRAY AND GREELEY - COUNTIES. irpassed in AgriculUiJ Past'oral Lands. r k and 3w Gountrj in Kesonfces trat Abound ing in Industrial Enterprises. !(Seap Lands, Little Indebtedness, Light Taxes, Convenient Markets, Com mercial, Educational and Social Advantages Equal to the Fullest Desire. Garfield County. Tf Tc cifitntwl lwi-.voon f.lin TYinin linr. nf hc Santa, re .and Great IJend extension )d .about one mindred miles east of tjie st line of Kansas and a little over three nndred miles west of Kansas Citv. The il is unsurpassed in fertility, and her lilding stone is a marvel of beauty and cheapness, it being found in abundance in ill parts of the county. The snarklintr U i-at?r, bubbling from springs from the c. va uuu .tiimru i.ailtu lltcij v J111.J1 j i'ast, forming the best of drainage and the 5 fijest watered bottoms for stock and Iiav to 'je found in southwest Kansas. Jlavanna, ...

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. — 1 April 1890

--SMT55a.;B pf&T -?&&& - ' V"- '"Jffeg gfre TOcMta glailxj gagfc'gilesttaij Xxrmittg prt 1, X 890. THE METTMN MRDER THE AWFUL BUTCHERY CASE STILL DAM. A Terrible Suspicion that Daughter 3Iay Have Deen Implicated. the Additional Clews in the Shape of Blood Clots in the Mettman Besidence. The Accused Husband Not at all Disturbed and Protests His Innocence Queer Acts of the Daughter Sheriff Back, of New York, and Assistant Sentenced Criminal Eecord, WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal. Oj-tick, Wichita, K:m., Itfarch 8L The highest temperature wis -10 , the lowest up to 7 p. m. 28, ami the mean Hi, wlh sleet, followed ly cold, cloudy weather; brisk and high northeast winds., and high and rising barometer. Kainfall tJiib storm .07 inch. lMit year, on March 31, the highest tem perature wa M c, the lowest 4S, and the )nea.iistf, with almost half an inch of rain. Fl!El L. Joiixsox, Observer. "WASHINGTON, March 31. Forecast till 8 )). Tii. Tuesday: For Kansas and Missouri: Kains. easte...

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. — 1 April 1890

"TtssssassfaawBtfiriBt I f SS J J N pe EStfeltfte ailij garjl: acstfeg Pwmmrr, &! 1, 1890. 3 1 1 i i ' , 'J J IV I .NAMANDCOMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. jjec,ipts of live stock at the Union Stock t yirds for 48 hours-13 cattle 919 iogrs. Cattle receipts fair. The market 'was hardly as active as usual, several ) of the buyers being away. Prices ruled 'steady. Hog receipts liberal for open ing day. Market opened steady at yes terday's top prices and ruled strong throughout. Bulk of sales $4.00. top $4.02 1-2. WICHITA LITE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan- March 3L CATTLE. Receipts SI, shipments 340. The irarket opened about steady, but :i little Inactive as some of tho hea, lest lmyors w ere out of the city and some of the others were not anxious for cattle. There were tome vory good stock among the offerings. Somo cattle were held for tomorrow's market when more buyers will be present. Xative shipping steers, fancy. lKXXSlSJO Goodtoexto"l3aiaiTOV."V."V.'.V.V.V".'.".V.3 40 i bo Good to extra...

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. — 1 April 1890

wgmm yjmiiQfiW 4 ?-viSK55n8,,3r - r It. St. Ml"K"OCK. Kdltor. All-fools day! lzers. Lonk out for victim- The Topeka paper stick to it that they have fifty thousand people in that city, one of the papers claiming lifty-five thousand. It strikes us tliat June, 1890, is perilously near for such talk. "Western railroads are said to be hold ing a conference regarding Nebraska corn. Unless they have better success than they -had with the Kansas emer gency the effort will bo so much labor lost. The report of the agricultural depart ment at Washington shows an increase of 73,909,000 bushels in the wheat crop of "ortii America for 1S80 as compared with the previous year. The wheat crops of the world show a decrease of 111,593, 01)0 bushels for the same period. The Missouri state university is in the same kind of strait as the Kansas uni versity; that is, it is minus a head. Va cant chancellor&hips seem to be hard to fill. The Kansas and Missouri regents might do well to put their heads t...

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. — 1 April 1890

- c .frfr-fl -i -iiiii wwtmitmamZfi "H. or f-5' 7-r rx pc MlMxita Hailtj gaglc: agujcsfajj ptoraua, rrl 11890. 1 r , I s M. 3L Mcnnocjr, JMitor. It. Pj MiTinorK. Business Manager. It M. MUEDOCK & BRO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pcrtam'nc to the liuMness of tho print ing department or binder, or for atlcrti9Rie f-lioold 1h nrtclrr-l Jo the business manager; all other coramunk-atloni to tho alitor. Tlie only daily rwtper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley m elvins lwtli the day and night A-oclatP Prer Reports in full. TmtSIf: OF SUBSCRIPTION' 1A1!.V FAt?LE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dallr. ono copv one year f 3 m IMlly, one copy, six months 4 (11 Dully, one copy, thro roontht- , 2 Dfllly. ooe cop, one month 75 Three times a vK. anv rfw vf desired, pery'r... 4 08 Thr litre a vi eefc, any days iltlrl, six mo... 2 W Sunday Edition, 10 pa-es, one op, ono year 2 ) btmday Edition, 36 pa?", ono copy, sii. months. 1 23 WEEh.LV EAGLE. One copv, one vear J 1 00 One...

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. — 1 April 1890

5iiWIUwftlBwMMgMJij2f' 0' ' tjf r?i & saros" --- xt WlxtXxilK pai fpHjle: ttjeselag omixtg, &$xxl lf 1890 8188053 IN A RUNAWAY ELEVATOR. Visitors In a Hospital Spend a Lively Half Hoar, Trying to Get Oat. What might havo resulted In a fatal acci dent, but developed Into a ludicrous circum stance, happened a short timo ago in the Allegheny General hospital. A -n-ell known man In that steel business, -who 13 popularly called Tom,Tvas attacked by a serious trouble in the head. A physician persuaded him to go to tho Allegheny General hospital. Ono Saturday four men from tho steel works formed ajparty.nnd called upon tho sictf man. His roonzwasion the second floor, and it was necessaryTto ' take the elevator. Tho trip to the room passed off successfully; very differ ently, however, on tho return. After re maining with tho invalid for some time it was suggested that it would be advisable to SO- Coming nround to tho elevator, the bell was rung to call it. A pretty blonde nurse, wit...

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. — 1 April 1890

:T' V Ixc .Mtita Ipailtj gacjlc: gitjestfay gjoraituj, gqpril 1, 1890. 7T lf i- Hi W i THE ASSOCIATION. W. I. Harris Writes of Its Chances for the Season. THE BROOKLYN TEAM'S MAKE-UP. It Contains Few Stars, bat tho "Kids" May Ssrpslfio the Prophets IUs Journal ist Hauler General Gossip of the Pres ent Baseball Situation. The prospects of tho American association in November were bluo to blueness. 2sb ono hesitated to predict that it was dead. There didn't seem to bo ono chance in ten for it to weather the storm. I was quite as gloomy aa other writers. This is the way I put it: "And the American association. "What of it! It is dead beyond resurrection." Of course it was a figure of speech; it didn't imply that the Association was extinct. I referred to its prestigo and its importance. "Well, I over drew tho picture. It's not so bad as that. Indeed, although the Brotherhood stripped it of its great star players and four of its best clubs resigned, it has survived the cruel blasts and ...

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. — 1 April 1890

cT6WWy, wortftfrw f?aJgnBiiTSjfafcPTyra:SjL' - -ir-i 3?fe WicHte fflaifa gajlK Siussfaj gtraming, itil 1, 1890. ' POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thtapowdcr never varies. A marvel of purity, trcneth and vliolesoineness. 31ore economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in com petlUoirwIth tbe multitude of low test, short welsht ulam or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans. Itoyal BalTlng Powder Cp 106 VTall it. X. Y. ALL THE LATEST STYLES TRADE 149 y. MAIXST., WICUIX-L. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled to Demand 25 Eaeh. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT: ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tothe Editor of tho Easle. ritaie announce me as a candidate fbrcouncll n?an from tho First ward. W. X. Caswell. Tothe Editor of tho Eagle. Please announco .1. F. Kei!y as candidate for inembpr school board for Fourth ward. lC3tf 31AXT ClTIZEXS. To the Editor of tho Eagle. ricase announco me as a candidate for re-election for councilman. Third w ard. Oscar D. Barnes. I hereby announce myself a candidate, for the posi tion ...

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. — 2 April 1890

t Kans. Historical Socletyl 4 5 TOL. XII, NO. 117. WICHITA, KANSAS, "WEDNESDAY 3IOENING. APRIL 2: 1S90. YHOLE NO. 1S27. IT: THEGREATSOUTBWEST IUBPEB. HAMILTON AXJ) HODGE MAN COUNTIES. Three Thrifty Communities Chal lenging Admiration, Railroad Facilities, Fertile Farms, Pros perous Cities and Towns. Industrial Enterprises, Mineral Waters and Other Deposits, Artesian "Wells, Schools, Churches, Social Ad vantages and Equable Climate, Harper County. Harper county.Kansas is bounded on the north by Kingman, on the east by Sumner, on the south by the Indian Territory, and on the west by Barber county. It is .situ ated about the center of the southern tier of counties. The county was organized in 3S7S and has a population of 15,000. The surface is slightly rolling, sloping toward the east and south, which renders artificial drainage needless. The Chicaskia' river Hows through the northeast part. A number of other htreams course through it, among which are Bluff Creek, Silver Creek, Sand Cr...

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. — 2 April 1890

yni'"' 2 fec WLithito JMIy gaglc: Mfcttaescfatj lointtug gril 2, 1890. Lw pa HORRIBLE THEORY. 3IES. METTMA1TS 3IURDER THE SEQUEL TO DEPRAVITY. The Woman, Probably Butchered by the Criminal Husband and Daughter. Her Discovery of Shocking Relations be tween Them Lead to the Ter rible Crime, further Evidence Which Tends to Impli cate the Son Embezzler Olaasen of the Hew York Sixth National In dictedCriminal Record. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Okficu, "Wichita, Kan., April 3. The highest temperature was 4.1s, the lowest JJ, and the mean 'iS, with wanner cloudy weather with rain after 4:30 ). m., froh and brisk northeast winds, nearly stationary, hih barometer. Pain full up to 7 p. ni., ,."12 inch which is more than twice the total miufall for "March. Last year, on April 1, the highest tem perature was T8 , the lowest 41 , and the mean (50 , and April 2 was the wannest of the whole month, t he highest being flO . YiiED K Joiinox, Observer. "VVai: Depaijtmext, Washington, D. C, April 1, 8 p....

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. — 2 April 1890

"s y ."-"- -? tvsg&KZ"' ' mi v m Jg&c Wxctete gmhj gaglc: WLt&ut$fy morning, &pal 2, 1890. T " I s w I . f ; ) ? miEANDCOMMIII WICHITA MAEEETS. Beceipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-210 cattle, 1,587 hogs. Cattle receipts fair. Several new buyers on the market. Trading the most active for several days. All the buyers -wanted cattle and there was not enough to go around. Fat butchers' cows and heifers are much sought after and command strong prices. Stockers and feeders sellwelL Good market for bulls. Hog receipts the largest for several months and few days in the history of the yards that the receipts have been larger. The market ruled strong throughout. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. "Wichita, Kan.. April l. CATTLE. Receipts 210. shipments ffl. Tlio market opened Ftrenc on good stuff and prices ruled higher for the (inalitv than on any previous day on this market. There were several new buyers on the market and the trading was active from the open...

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. — 2 April 1890

KtyyM jii , i i 1 1. . m iTBIfcjrMgiPfS --- -g--- 4 g&c Wcteta jpaitij ngh: mi&vtesSa HVotnmig, frri! 2, 1890. 51. 31. MURDOCH, Kdltor. Sioux City proposes to have a corn palace and Yankton a cement palacd at the Chicago fair. The western cities generally will have some specialty pre sented. "Wichita will be on hand in her wonted role of originality in the design of her exliibit. , A state convention of Kansas trade and labor unions is to be held in Topeka, May 1, to organize a State Federation of Labor and consider the eight hour ques tion. A call inviting all trade organiza tions in the state to send representatives will be issued in a short time. Massachusetts is likely to amend its constitution to as to get rid of annual legislative sessions and be in fashion. Only five states adhere to the yearly plan, and none return to it, when once tried and abandoned. Perhaps it could make a departure that would be followed by trying a legislature on the four-year plan. The new deci...

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. — 2 April 1890

5fec mkliita gaily; gitglc: Me'tucstfen) UJjmiiug, pi-il 2, 1890, 5 "J- hditor. i liu-Jness Manager. M. M. MHRD00E & BEO. Publishers and Proprictois. AH letters pertaining to the lulnc of the print ing department or bindery, or for aatertfMnir thould be addressed to the Im-lnefc manager; all other communlrations to the editor. The onlv dallv paper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas, Valley receiving lmth the day and night Associate Press Iieports in full. TEIOIs OF SCBSCHIITIOX DAILY RAGLE. In Advance I'osUisc I'repald. Daily, one copy one car $J JJJ Daily, one copy, x nionthe. j JJ' Daily, one copy, three mouths -.' Dally, one copy, onenionth ..... .. ,!?. Three times a vi eck, any days desired, per r .. J Tin ee time a w eek. any days deired, six ino.. . Hindav Edition, 16 panes one copy, one ytar . - W fcanday Edition, 10 pngt-s one copy, bis months. 1 s WEEKLY EAGLV:.. One copy, one year 51 One copy, fete months . " Remittance may be made at our ri-1 either by draft, exp...

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. — 2 April 1890

i iwnwt nnnmmniiPiiHiiimWM0ji'Wfc i """BFV"",!P',-'p-'-"' wi" s Site tSlMiita gailtj gagtc: fSifcrTtiestlag fj&rrcttucr, gil 2, 1890. Ill THE BARS Criminals Who Dislike the Re straints of a Prison. WOXUEflltfJL ESCAPESlOF THE DAY A Teancssea Eacal Posses Hia "Way Out of JaU arcGaie:sle-8 ffllght to Canada. "Baak'TVrockcrGlve Their Reasons for "Departure lobbing a Detectives Office. Tho starling iu. tho cago "wanted to get out." So docs every irrprisoncd thing that draws tho breath pf life,Jhut tha creature to whom the want 13 most persistent and recurrent is the pro fesMonal criminal, and to the problem ) securing freedom ho brings tho full resources of a mind rendered a b u o r mally acuto by a .life of continued igjjporil. How to com- Jw- 'P353 tno eua m view depends, of course, to a ereat 'W' extent ousurround- clat JOHNSON. -ngs-andopportuni-Liberiy may be assessy of attainment lies. as it was to the man w.lioarowing tired of confinement, "opened Ilk door and walked out," or...

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. — 2 April 1890

Igfoe ifflicfttta gatltj g3&: Mjetwesflag g&mtitt& gril 2, 1890. te N If n t. sM fiQSRfgi? A CURIOUS AFRICAN PEOPLE. Tliey Are Prone to Human Sacrifices Th Tat Queen. Swaziland, in South Africa, has recently been brought to the attention of the civilized world through the visit of an English com mission to the queen regent of that country, to settle questions o boundary and to arrange for a friendly understanding between the na tives and whites. THE QUEEN OF SWAZIES. TJsibati, the queen regent, is enormously stout, and, as a sign of exemption from any kind of labor, grows her nails, both of the hands and of the feet, to an extreme length. Her dress consists of a collection of dirty black skins, and she is a constant user of snuff. Although a personally good tempered old woman, she resented "with vehemence the suggestion of one of the commissioners that she abolish human sacrifices, which are quite common among the Swazies and be come wholesale slaughter immediately after...

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. — 2 April 1890

'JJ-'' Xc tri- p-f"-sprss? s glte WtitMhx & gagls: HKettaesOfrg gfoKtmr& ril 2, 1890. ZJ&1 - -s if 1"v-.v4 " r Scaly Psoriasis A startling revelation of suffering. Entire person covered -with dry scales Every morning a dnstpanful, some as large as an envelope, taken from the sheets. Tried every medicine and many doctors and hospitals. All thought lie would die. Body a mass of disease, hair dead and lifeless. Suffering fear ful. Cured in six weeks hy the Cuticura Remedies. Ii". B. This cure -was made in 1879. and has remained permanent to date, Jan. 27, 1890. Cured by Cnticnra I have been afflicted for twenty years with an oh rtlnatd skin disease, called by some M Djs P-oriasIs, and others Leprosy, commencinir on my scalp; and In spite of all I could do, with tho help of the most skilful doctors, it lowly but surely extended, until a year ago Mils winter it corered my entire person Jn the form of dry scales. For tho last three years I have been unable to do any labor, and...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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