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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 29 May 1890

Jpe W&tabt Kity gtogife: "f tastta gtowmg, fj&m 29, 1890. r IK r h ''I , faSlafi.&Sife II. M. JIcnDorjv, R. p. Mimnocrc, Business ilanager. iflltor. M. M. IIERDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertnJnlnc to the business of the pr la inc department or liinderj, or for advertising thoold be adilre-cd to the lmslness manager; al other coromunicntions to the editor. The only daily paper In !-ouUiwetern Kansas or the .ArXans Valley receivinc both tho day and nifiht Associate Press Reports In full. XEItM OF tTDSCnrPTION" dailt eagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pally, one copv one yonr JS 00 pallv, one copy, six month. 4 00 Ballr. one copy, three months, 2 Oil Daily, one copy, one month 75 Three time a eek, any days desired, per yr. .. 4 00 Three time a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 M Sunday Fdltion, 1C paces one copy, one year ... SCO Sunday Edition, 10 pages, one copy, fcix months. 1 23 vixiar eagle. Onecopy. one year jl no One copy, six months 50...

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. — 29 May 1890

p , .- v H9Ei y 6 c MicMfct Jpaily fpagpfc: tosctaM. IPffittgllXag 29, -1890. HHICUSSE OilfATTTTOM f SIT OF INDfftN LEGENDRY FROM THE UPPER OTTAWA. SlaaalicMatyHTomaliawked Slaliinjran Be-ause-bo Xattor Ato tho Sacred. Lamb. A Corse that Xastcd Tlirougn Several 'GencratIons,JEnded in a Dog's Death. TV&ea the first white missionaries en-Bcavored-toxsplaiitto Indians tbo Chris tian xeligion, theffectnvns at times-rather sterling. The Indhsas mistook the sub itznce iar the symbol, tho objective for the -snbjecEive. Ibis not surprising therefore -that an Ogfberwny chief, who once traveled 5athe earfydairaxif Canadian civHization arasMontrea-and met there a-Jesuit Tnisslanaiy, having received from him a lamb as ji jrrcscnt, mfetoffk itfor the Lamb Df5od, concerning -whom tho missionary ,,had talked much, .and taking it with him ' when he returned to his people, impressed -upon them tbo sacredness of this wonder t uL-and to hem, strange beast, enjoining upon tiemihe necessity of -wors...

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. — 29 May 1890

2P tfiRfeMa Slailg gaslr. Itasflag pTuruittfl, ptag 29, 1890. M K MSTEKEES OETEEOBY, THE. M1NUT5 WORKERS THAT PRO DUCE VITAL ACTIVITY. filaa. -a, World Witbla Hdxnself Forma tion ol the Cell and Eliclr Theologi cal JJatlfta Tk Democrats and Aristo crats A Story of Mankind. Somo days ago a person, remarked in my hearing'that, while science dealt with both tholiig. things and tha little things of life an! nature, it had in reality thrown very little light indeed on the more intricate bodily processes in virtue- of which lifo is carried on. The plaint of my friend was that science knew about things "in the rough," hut could not descend to take cog nizance in the same degree of thing3 of minute estate. "So much the worse for science and mankind at large," I replied, "were your assertion'true." As a matter of fact, there is no Held of inquiry which has yieidedsuch a large harvest to the truth seeker of late years as that of microscopic research. There is scarcely a great discov ery which...

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. — 29 May 1890

W9M9&&&&&r" 8 p WlitMiz gaily; gagle: Itestag lomwn;, Htsa; 29, 1890'. sr'iwsS!S5,B"GfwwlBa -i - w--J- ' -, V J ' M' U!'''.J-U CUT RATES 191 N. 1 15 CITS! The most desirable styles of "E & "V" coll sirs will be sold today at 15 cts. These are all nevr, fresh and hot from Earl Jc "Wilbon's factory, our price to day 15 cents. Others sitru a contract to "do you" for 25 eehts. WHAT IS COMPETITION "WORTH. MORE CUT RATES. doz Monarch -rc-hitcshirts for $5.75 doz Monarcli -while shirts for G.121 -., doz Monarch, open front, for ti.lii1 Here is au opportunity seldom ofi'ered. Cut .A-gaiii. About five stvles, leading shapes, Black Derby Stifl'llats at $1.75. Our price has always been $3.00 on them. Neglige Shirts Cut. "Wo v. ill sell you today our handsome "Monarch" Xejrlisre Shirts, in Zephyr, Oi-fords or French Flannels at $1.S7-., u orth $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00- For This Day and Trip Only. a The Halter and Haberdasher, 149 ;n MAIN ST. GliAXD COXCERT AT FIRST : PRESB...

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. — 30 May 1890

yr Kans. Historical Societyl WHOLE NO. 1877. yol. xni, NO. 10. WICHITA, KANSAS, ERIDAY MOHXING MAT 30, 1890. i ' !i a COMMERCE BETWEEN THE STATES TO BE RESTRICTED. The Senate Passes the Bill Subject ing Liquors to the Laws of the States. .An Amendment by Mr. Vest to Include Dressed Meats Voted Down Sub stance of the Bill Detailed Vote on Passage of the Measure Both Parties of the Finance Committee Will Prepare Schedules on the Tariff Bill and Submit Them to the Senate Notes. Washington', May 29. The presiding nicer (Mr. Ingalls) presented a message from the president with a communication from the secretary of the interior, recom mending an appropriation to continue ne gotiations with the Cherokee and other In dians, for the cession of land. Referred to the committee on Indian affairs. On motion of Mr. Spooner it was ordered that, tomorrow being Decoration day, the adjournment today shall bo till Monday next, an amendment to make it Saturday offered by M r. Sherman being voted down y...

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. — 30 May 1890

a nuiiiwwtiiuMH P TOfcftxftt Saxlij fragile: ff rMarj'lfemx&llXki 30, 1890. s THE WESTERN KOADS MAKE AS AGREEMENT. Trans-Missouri Lines Will Imme diately Give Notice of tlie Old Tariff. June 9 Designated as the Day the Peace "Will Become Effective Under the Agreement. All Roads Bound to Maintain the Contract Sixty Days and Give Thirty Days' Notice of Withdrawal Santa Pe Men Elected as Officers of the Atlantic & Paoific WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, "Wichita, Kan., May 0. The highest temperature vras 8-1, the lowest up to 7 p.m. 07, and the mean 70, with brisk and high south wind, low barometer and warm, partly cloudy weather. Last year on May 29, the highest tem perature was G'2, the lowest 4S, and the mean 55, with .OS inch of rain. Frlv L. Johxsox, Observer. , "Wak Department, "Washington, D. C, May 29, 8 p. m. Forecast until S p. m. Friday: For Missouri Fair weather, followed by showers in the afternoon, cooler by Satur day morning, southerly winds. Foi Nebraska and 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. — 30 May 1890

fa MS&afc 3fe WmlB-W Wvm$, W 30, 1890, n l' FIlIEANDClll WICHITA MAEEETS. Receipts of live stock at the TTnion Stock Yards for 24 hours 103 cattle, 1312 hogs, and about ten cars which arrived too late for today's market and are not included in above receipts. Private telegrams from Kansas City this after noon quoted the market "rotten" on nearly all grades, and few cattle selling at any price. Such reports affected buyers on the market and they did not take much stuff except at their own figures. All classes of butcher grades got a black eye. Thin, grassy cattle very slow sale at anyprico. Hog re ceipts fair. Market ruled steady throughout the day at yesterday's clos ing price, $3.70, although the Kansas City market closed 2 1-2 cents lower. Prices will probably be lower tomor row unless an advance is noted on eastern markets in the morning. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita. Kan-. May 29. CATTLE. Receipts 103; shipments 155. Frlvate telegrams from Kansas City noted such a dull...

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. — 30 May 1890

' 'Tft,;S;; rT4ttu&ltSa$t3Bpzlr 4 P W&itMiix gaily fpgle: frickt$- ltft'nitKj, ptey 30, 1890. r ffiRflffik JT. 3T. JirKDOCK, Tdltr. Colonel Griffin, an American and an army veteran, has been chosen president of the Baptist Union of England. The chair of "journalism" in the Cor nell university is empty. Journalists, that is newspaper men, are at their best in active service. Isext Tuesday the census enumerators are let loose on the country. The enumerator himself cares just two cents whether he gets your name. Ten members of the present congress liave died and but one of these was from the senate. This does not argue; how ever, that a senatorial life is conducive to longevity. Indianapolis experienced a shock of the earth "Wednesday. As our president lias not made any appointments lately outside of the Iloosier state such action might indicate divine protestation. The reputation of being one of the po litest and most courtly men in Washing ton is enjoyed by General Nathaniel ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 May 1890

w,?sw g--Begy 'fgr'ji .yKUgjyxyjjc !pe mitWu Jpljj gwtle: f titlan. ptamiu giaq 30, 1890. 1 I 31. 31. MuRDorK, H. P. Mmtnocrc, Business Manager. jjaitor. M. M. MUED00K & BEO. Publisliersand Proprietors. All letter? pertalninjr to tha business of tho prln 3ns department or bindery, or for advertising Fhonld be addrrssed to tho business manager; al other communications to tho editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or tho Arkansas " alley receivmc both tho day and nlcht Assoclato Press Iteports In full. TEKMP or SLTBCKlPTIOX nAII.V TAGLE. Jn Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy one year $8 00 Daily, one ropy, sir months 4 (X) Daily, one copy, three months. 2 00 Dailv, one copy, one month 75 Three times a -week, any days desired, per y'r... 4 03 Three time" a -neck, any days desired, sixmo... 2 SO Sunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, ono year. . . . 2 00 Sunday Edition, 16 pases, one copy, six months. 1 25 VEEKLr EAGLE. One copy, one year $1 no One 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. — 30 May 1890

Hlxe WcMte lailtj gagje: 'gxidzaj, ICsmxina, taoj 30, 189:0Q 6 (Continued From Fifth page.) time has long since come -when aman, in order to distinguish himself in. any field, must devote himself exclusively to a-single branch of knowledge. In fact he must have a hobby. Watt's hobby was to tinker with broken pieces of iron or wood; to make water wheels. The result of Tiis in vention now dashes from city to city bear ing the products of field and factory and swelling the commerce of the world. JFarady's hobby was to make coils of wire: to test. No one can attain to the good who never enters the race for it, and to those who have not feet their ideals high, the poet has said: "Couldst thou in vision see Thy self the man God meant; Thou never more would be The man thou art content." "What Shall It Be?" by Miss Andrews "My youth and inexperience make politi cal, theological and scientific tnemes impossible- We, as graduates, are standing where the brook and river meet. Our ideas are unf...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 30 May 1890

gfce WlkniK gailij UQte: f daaj gfemhi l&uj 30, 1890. 7 I OUR FALLEN HEROES. HE angel of the na tion's peace Has Tvreathed with flowers the bat tle drum; We se the fruiting fields increase, Where sound of war no more shall coma The swallow skima the Tennessee, Soft winds play o'er the Bapidan; There only echo notes of glee, Where gleamed n mighty army's van! lair Chattanooga's wooded slopo With summer airs is lightly stirred, And many a heart is warm with hope Where onee the deep mouthed gun m heard. The blue Potomac stainless rolls, And Mission Ridge is gemmed with fern; On many a height sleep gallant souls, And Bull the blooming yeara return. Thank God! unseen to outward eye, But felt in every freeman's breast, From graves where fallen comrades Ua Ascends at Nature's wise benest, With springing grass and blossoms new, A prayer to bless the nation's life. To freedom's flower giro brighter hue, And bide the awful tuuns of strife. O, Boys In Blue, we turn to you. The scarred 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. — 30 May 1890

Tte lailxj fagle: fjfriilag txzmug, f$teif 30, 1890. IsiSESiK CUT RATES TROY N. Y. 15 CENTS! The most desirable styles of "E & V" collars -will he sold today at. 15 cts. These are all new, lVesli and hot from lEarl fc "WilbOii's factory, our price to dav 15 cents. Others sijrn a contract to ""do von" for 25 cents. WHAT IS COMPETITION WORTH. MORE CUT RATES. J? doz Monarch -whileshirts for $5.75 V doz Monarch white shirts for (.12 & doz Monarch, open front, for C.12K Here is an opportunity seldom offered. Cut Again. About Ave .styles, leading shapes, Black Derby Stiff Hats, at .$1.75. Our price has always been $tf.OO on them. Neglige Shirts Cut. TVe will .sell you today our handsome "Monarch" Xelige Shirts, in Zephyr, Oxfords, or FrenchFJannels att$l.S7, worth $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00- JTov This Bay and Trip Only. If)ff " The Hatter ami IlaWaste, OUjJ 140 MAIN' ST. CKAWFOIID-GKAXD o o I,. 31. CkAU'fokd, Manazor TWO MGHT& ONXY, Commencing Monday, June 2nd. THE CALIFORNIA OPEB...

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. — 31 May 1890

' ' '"'' ' s- YOL. XIII, NO.ll. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY MORNING MAT 31, 1890. WHOLE N"0. lSia THE ENDURING MEMORIAL TO MR TYRED GARFIELD. Its Dedication Observed with Solemn Ceremony and Glowing Eulogy. Thousands of Veterans in Organizations and as Citizens Attend the Event of the Day. Ex-Governor Cox, of Ohio, Delivers the Chief Oration President Harrison, General Sherman and Many Other Distin guished Men Speak to the Multitude The Monu ment Described. Cleyeiavd, O , May 30 The Garfield memorial in Lakeview cemetery was dedi cated today vv ith imposing ceremonies in presence ot the president of the United estates, members of his cabinet and diatm guished men from all pirts of the country The memorial is a colossal structure, tow trmg 183 feet abov e .in eminence in the cemeterv which overlooks the city and surrounding countiv The edifice cost $150 000, of vv hich amount one half v as con tributed bj the people of Cleelind, the re mainder coming from everj state and ter ritorj in ...

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. — 31 May 1890

2 'gkz XSEMtila ilailij 3te: jiatorttay ptxmtmgy 1890. IES. ITHE nATPY CONDITION OF WEST ERN TOWNS. Bapid Growth, Present Prosperity and Future Promise of Beaver City. A Coming Metropolis in the "Western County of the Great Oklahoma Territory. Pacts and Figures "Which Need No Explana tionThe City of Geueseo and Its Con stant Advancement Local Hap penings at the Cities of the Valley "Western Items. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., May CO. The highest temperature was 0 tho lowest up to 7 p.m. 02, and the mean 71 with cooler, cloudy weather and ji mild thunder storm with heavy rain dur ing most of the afternoon; low followed by rising barometer. Rainfall .78 inch. Last year on May 3,0 the highest tem perature was 03, the lowest 42, and the tnean 5, Fred L. Johnson. Observer. War Department, Washington, D. C, May 30, S p. m. Forecast until S p. in. Friday: For Missouri Rain, followed by clearing weather, winds shifting to cooler north westerly. For Kansas Fair weather, pr...

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. — 31 May 1890

S&e WLMt& -gaifrj garjlcj Sahtr&aj fptxprororr, $tag 31, 1890. 3 R I Xj l '( 0! fiaieanbImmerce WICHITA MAEKETS. Seceipts of live 6tock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours 300 cattle, 1689 hogs. The receipts of both cattle and hoffs were fully up to expectations. There was very little if any improve ment in the cattle market today, but quite a business was done. Buyers pur chased at about their own prices. There was no particular change from yesterday. The hog market opened 2 l-2o below last night's close and more than half the hogs sold at these figures. Afternoon advices from Kansas City noted a decline of 7 l-2c and the buyers dropped the price to $3.65. The mar ket closed barely steady. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita. Kan.. 3Iay CO. CATTLE. Receipts TOO; shipments 5!. . , . . Tho cattle receipts were quite literal considering the weak state of tho market. The buyers took hold very well but purchased at about their own Jrloe. Dold was tho heaviest buyer today. A...

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. — 31 May 1890

4- , 32Ixjc WLittxtix mi fa:gfe: Jahtt'Satj gaming, Ulay 3 I, 1-890. jr. su 3in?j)OCK, rditor. Sirs. Benjamin Harrison has given her idea of a perfect, ideal woman, but she didn't use Mrs. James Gillespie Blaine as a prototype. The London Telegraph pays George Augustus Sala, the British journalist, $10,000 a year for contributing four ed itorials a week. Arbitration is the word. The western hemisphere will set the world the exam ple of settling all questions that arise be tween the nations upon the broad princi ples of equity, not force. A few individuals are at present trying to affirm to the country that Blaine will not be a candidate for the presidency in '92, but nobody lias taken the pains to refute a like statement in regard to Cleveland. George Francis Train claims the cir cumvention of the world in sixty days, but with diplomatic modesty says that Pyschicdid it. This is relieving Mr. Train himself of any unpleasant skepti cal view the world might take of such a claim. Seattl...

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. — 31 May 1890

gftc tHPMdte Ipailtj gagle: aira-tfeg Ptarahaj, fjfonj 31, 1890. 31- M. Mtjnnonr, I'- P JtrnnncK, Editor. I Uwlnev, Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & ERO. Publishers and Proprietors. -All letters pertain incr to tbo business of the prln Inn department or bmclerv, or for ndvertfsln? ehoald e aldreod to the n 4ness manager; al other communications to the etor. , ifle only daily paper in outnu extern Kansas or i 1 the Arkansas Vr.llej leceMnfr both the day and if ai?hr. Acuvluto Tru.i. Kniinrts in full. tekjis of PCBsnniTiov haiw eagle. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dnllv, one copv one year jg ff) pally, one copv. ix months 4 ($ Jlallr. one copv. three months 2 00 Daily, one copy, one month 75 Three times a week, any days desired, perv'r... 4 00 Three time- a week, any dajh desired, six iiio... 2 59 Sunday Kdition. 10 pages one copy, ono year 2 () bundaj Edition. 1C pages, one copy, sjlx months. 1 25 H EfclUA EAGLE. One copv. one year $100 Cne copj . six months. 50 Hemittanen may bo: made at ...

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. — 31 May 1890

glte WLMMk Hiltj Iptgle: jianttctais gaming, HCsxj 31, 1S90 6 WIBB&fBS$& CRAWFORD GRAND. The California Opera company will beat slie Crawford Grand for two nights only, commencing Monday, June 2. The favor able impression made by the company on its last appearance would insure good bus iness, but the heavy advance su.e i a surer indication. On Monday night Aube 's ro mantic opera, "Fra Diavolo," will be pre sented with all the accessaries. On Tues day the well remembered light opera of "Said Pasha" will close the engagement. The same principals are still with the company and about the only changes in cast will be a little additional strength in the chorus. The prices will not be advanc ed but it will not bo advisable to defer your choice of seatsunt.il the last moment. GEORGE JAMES. President William Stryker, of the Cen tral Normal college, wrote concerning one of George James' lectures before the col lege students there recently as follows: "His lecture on 'Memory and.its c...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 31 May 1890

'J$x Withiici Ipaxlg $&: jaMwrcfag fgformixg, pXaij 31, 1890. . fj DUTIES OP A COMPAMON ONE OF THEM GIVE9 SOME OF HER SHORT EXPERIENCE, Called a Sister, Tot Sho Was Expected to Do the Mesial Work of a Servant The Profession Does ot Require Educated and Keflned TVomen. "Poverty mates strange room mates," observed one of tho transient boarders at a Business "Woman's homo. "At present I Kharo my fourth floor hall room with a yfiong lady v,-ho doubles her negatives and eats with her knife. A mill girl? No; her profession, to let hdr tell it, is tho same as inine sho is a 'companion.' You say 'non sense' because you are a novel reader and are under the delusion that a lady's com panion must be a woman of education and refinement. She months ago I thought just as you do, and so Igavo up my music pupils, thinking I could get an easier berth as a professional companion. As I play and ring rather well and ana a good reader and ft patient listener, I wassurethatlwas just the person for su...

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. — 31 May 1890

s fce WiicMiK pailtj fpajle: jgafttrttau: lattimQ, Paij 31, 1B90. P YALMS' Absolutely Fure ThlGpcrader never ran rs. A nmrrcl of pnrit7, ftrengtii and wtotesomtness. More economical than tho ordinary kiuds art! cannot be sold In com JXtltian irttli thanv!U!udof low test Fhortweijibt lUura or pliophate powder Sold oiiry la cans Koynl IJftWW Powder Co , l'J. Wall St. X Y. CUT RATES TROY N. 1. 15 CENTS! The most desirable styles of "E & Vt"' collars Avili be sold today at 15 cts. TliOhC are all netv, fresh ami hot from Earl & "Wilson's factory, our price to day 1 5 rents. Others siiru a rontract to"do yon" for 25 celits. W1IAT IS COMPETITION WORTH. MORE CUT RATES. 4 doz Sionarcli w-hiteshirts for $5.75 doz Monarch -white shirts for 6.1 2 V doz Alonarch, open front, for G.121- Ilere is an opportunity seldom olfered. Cut Ag am,, About flvo stvles, loading1 shapes, Blade Derby Still' Hats at $1.75. Our price has always been $3.00 on them. glige Shirts Cut. We -will sell you today ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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