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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 28 March 1890

. in. ite)mT)i.i-V'iiifrJy ""WOfff1 '&'&&!!'!&. 4' ' n-aAv-, , ,., -y-.j-j - ;gifoT -vi -. N- y-- - W-V ---t, "yJjS'fgg!,',JgJgey,-?iW''y',- -J""Vc -nMT15 "2W?rfipB-3' I taUelrite Sailtj gaglc: Fridag 3ttovmun, Blarrit 28, 1890. 31. 31. 3Itni)orK. Editor. It. p. MrnnorK, .Business Manager. M. M. MUSDOOK.& BEO. Publishers n d Proprietors. All k-tters pertaining to the business of the print Jn depHrtinent or bindery, prlfor ndtertlsini; should be Hddresbeil to tlie lnifcinte munuger; all other communiutticms to the editor. Tlie only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or t Arkansas, Valley receivwK both the day and "' -mx-in-iaie rres uejwrtB in lull. TBIUIS OV SCUsCIMPTIOf DA1LV FAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Hnlly. one copv one year $s m ny. one copy, sis ionths 4 11) Itelly, one cop, three months 2 (0 I i"l one copy, one month . . 75 I hree limes a week, any dav-frlednil, ier j'r... A W Three times a week, anv day3 deirl. six mo.. . 2 SO Sunday Edition, 1C pa...

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. — 28 March 1890

',"aSii8ir- ' TjiSv -T- J'V-ft ; '4. A -"j xe 'Pticlxxia gaily gaejlo: Friday p;.ovnhxg, Piarxfx 28, 1890. - aWa5C'E' s-setjto.- 'K5p3-r'-'sSSJS55v I JUUZffifS OF BAUOMEI. FEMM-1'WA'RRfORS WITH VHOM THE FRENCH SOU31ERS MUST FIGHT. They Are 'IVaJned to Arms, and "Torm tlie XTinclpal Part of Their Monarch's Army. Tie Strict BuJcs vrlth "Which Their "Llxes Aro Stnrouudred. Here, indeed, is a novel state or affairs. Iraece 5s at "war vdih. Dahomey, and the c&vwJrous sabreurs--iid tirailleurs of a nation noted for its .politene&s and defer ence to woman are to march inland from the west coast of Africa with the inten tion of carrying .Agbonic by storm. Ag bome is the capital of Dahomey, the resi dence of the king, and is defended by an army of 4,000 amazons. It will become necessary in the ensuing conflict for the French soldier to Uglit and light hard, for the foe he is to meet, although be longing to what is known as the weaker sex, has as far as possible been kept from any kno...

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. — 28 March 1890

U' Pie WUchiia, gaily fSaglc: ff ridatj gttotumg, Btarcft 28, 1890. 7 wall with his feet outstretched. There tvas something he held out towards me, groping for toy hand, and at the same time whisper ing in a thick, choking voice: "Here, Jack, here; pocket it quick!" 'Twas a letter, and as my fingers closed on it they met a damp smear, the meaning of which was but too plain. "Button it sharp in thy breast; now feel for my sword." "First let me tend thy hurt, dear lad.' "Xay quickly, my sword! 'T13 pretty, Jack, to hear thee say 'dear lad.' A cheat to die like this could have laughed for years yet. The dice were cogged ha&t found it?" I groped besido him, found the hilt and held it up. "So 'tis thine, Jack; and my mare, Moily, and the letter to take. Say to Delia Hark! they aro on the stairs. Say to" With a shout the door was flung wide, and on the threshold stood the watch, their lan terns held high and shining in Anthony's white face and on the black stain where his doublet was ...

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. — 28 March 1890

ghe Wiithiiix gaitij gaIc: grtclau ISlcmtincr, ptattft 28? 1890. 8 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tothe Editor of the Eagle Fleas? announce me as a candidate for council, man i 1 om tho First ard. W. N. Castvcu. To the Editor of the Eagle. Please announce .r. F. Xesly as candidate for member school board lor Fourth ward. iJ tt 31a y CnizEts. To the Editor of the Eagle. Please annomicttne as a candidate for rc-flectloa for councilman. Third ward. OsCAIt V. Baiixj.s. READ plendid I herein- announce my-elf a candidate for the posi tion of councilman in the Third ward and solicit the support of the i otcis In said ward. Samcel J. Hoivr. March. 10, ISO. dlOJtf For Councilman. Sixth 'Ward f has. Mosbacher is a candidate for councilman long term trom the Sixth ward at the ensuing election. April 1, Itf'). dHMf JNTEW ITElTTJII-E D CHILDBBNS CLOTHINQ ""Lwa a Fine Serial, 181 The S BOTS AN Absolutely Pure. TMs powder never . tries. A rranel of pnrity, Ffrcncth mid a ' oii-im"t'". More economical than the. or...

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. — 29 March 1890

-a- - XtePMr T-t&r v .. s m n .-,. .- .Ofes Jt ,.0 A s. lofiM giiip il 4 .. .,-iikaiittiiMi ., j ewr- i - StTT Kans-Hilfrical Society! -TOL. XII, NO. 114 WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 29, 1&90. WHOLE NO. 1S24. i tt fta va itt-j i n t 1 Okj i xa . ' . "jbc-TwyjsjTjarsv Tr -i..sHBaFBiBtaMmiHrF r-3 -v -jp "- i te-i a -. .1 m il. . nnw. THE GREAT SOUTHWEST EDWARDS, FIXNEY MD FORD COUNTIES. Three Magnificent Gardens in the Valley of the Kile. Uasnrpassscl Areas of Parm, Garden and Eanoh Lands. Watered by the Arkansas, its Tributaries and a Splendid System of Irrigation Unlimited in Variety and Yield Products and Live Stock Edwards County. Edwards county is situated one tier of counties west and one south of the center county of the state of Kansas. It is watered by the Arkansas river, which flows through the center, and by the Big Coon, Little Coon and Itattiesnake creckb. Kinsley is the county beat aud is the junction of two railroads, the Atchison, Topeka & Santa...

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. — 29 March 1890

&c Wlichim gjaitg gaglc: aJMaflag f&oaithwf gtoclx 29, 1890. KST A D &H0GE3KG MUTILATION OP A MURDERED WOMAN. The Wliitechapel Crimes Fully ' Equalled by a Case at Leavenworth. The Body of Mrs. Mettman Pind on the Eiver Bank Dismembered and Disemboweled, MlvFlWn Continued from First Page. Every Limb Severed Prom the Trunk Eobbery at First Supposed to be the Motive Her Husband Sabse gneatly Arrested An Inva lid Lady of Pratt Takes Her Own Life Items. Leavet?ORTH. Kan., March 23. Two Ixjys made a horrible discovery this morn ing. On the river bank about a mile and a half north of this city they lound the mutilated lxxlv of a woman "of about 50 j cars. The body had bt-en quartered with knife -and disemboweled. Both legs had been severed from the trunk. Three deep hibs in the breast had left gapping wounds. There was a hole made by a bullet in the back of the head and fifty iounds of rocks fastened in a shawl were tied about her neck. The intestines and one leg were found ab...

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. — 29 March 1890

3pte WxrfhdAx garflg gagle: j&rfnitfag IP'ca-mnrr, gHarcTx 29, 1890. b FINANCE AND CDH WICHITA MAEKETS. Eeceipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-157 cattle 623 hogs. Hogs sold at $4.00 on the "Wich ita market today. The hog raiser in southwestern Kansas ought to be sat isfied with this when he has a plenty of 10 and 12 cent corn to fatten them on. Cattle receipts were very good. The market was fairly active and prices ruled steady. Some cattle held over for tomorrow's market. Hog receipts fair, but not up to expectations. The market opened strong, 2 1-2 cents higher than yesterday, and soon ad vanced to $3.97 1-2. One load sold at $4.00, which is 7 1-2 cents bettor than top price yesterday. Market closed strong. o WICHITA LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita, Kan., March 23. CATTLE. Receipts 157, shipments Hi. The market opened steady and was fairly active throughout the day. The oSerines were not as roo1 quality as hate been on tlio market ome days during tho week. So...

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. — 29 March 1890

Sji;i;,v;iig wiiJBiwiiHiftl"!iM'at'-'j!gg'''gga?!f'r MMNS 4 lw lailtj fugle: JttttrtTau. fEouiiucj, SJUnxTt 29, IS90. IT. 3r. MTKDOCK. Editor. What's the matter vitli our state treas urers? They are not all all right. If the Fort Scott Monitor really thinks the resubmission move amounts to nothing why is that paper making such a noise over it? Tlie grand'jury in New York City, in their report to the judge, says the sher iffs office is a dfcgaace to the city and a khanie to civilization. "Did you ever think how few people n"1 killed during wars?' asks Thomas Mnane of Boston. Mr. Sloane was prob i'hly thinking of people of Grover Cleve land's stripe. For every week that passes there comes taiotlier candidate for the governorship ti Oklahoma. The latest report says that the friends of Major Calvin Hood of Emporia, have quietly been urging liis iiinfcHs upon the president. Congressman Tarsney, it is reported, has made the sweeping charge that the ntire Missouri delegation has guberna to...

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. — 29 March 1890

gue WLxthitet Jpaittj gacjtc: atnrtlay povmun;, pfcuxfe 29, 1890. M. 31. MtntDOfK, R- P. MrnnocK, Editor. Business Manager. M. M. MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlncr to the business of the print ing department or Wndery, or for advertising shonld be addressed to the business manager; all ot her communications to the editor. The only daily paper in outhw e-tern Kansas or the Arkansas A alley rcceivinc b'th the day and night Associate Press Reports In full. TEBMh OF SUB'-CniPTlOX I1AII.V VAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dallv. ono CODV onn liur torn Dally, one copy, six months 4 10 Paily, one copy, three months 2 00 Pjily. one copy, one month 7f Three times a wek, any days dttired, pery'r... -1 00 Three times a -n eek, any daj s desired, fix mo... 2 a) Sunday tdition, lfi jMure. one copy, ono vear 2 ff) cunday Edition, 16 iat;es, one copy, six months. 1 25 V fcfcliLY EAGLE. One copy, one year si m One copy, sis months 50 Remittance mav he made at o...

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 March 1890

ir--r'j-st.v-t SIxe tmicltita gaily, gagfe: Jatuwtaij pConrfug, ptaofc 29, 1890. 6 fBSBfiffSfe TnE 3IETHODIST PASTOKS. At the recent session of the Southwest Kansas Conference held at Hutchinson, Bishop Cyrus D. Foss, LL. D., appointed the pastors of the Methodist Episcopal churches of this city for the ensuing con ference year. They vrill all minister to their congregations tomorrow. Rev. R. T. Savin, after a year of marked success, and in answer to the unanimous request of the First Methodist church, re turns for the second year and will preach tomorrow in the morning on "For His Sake" and in the evening will deliver the fifth sermon on "The Christian Life," tak ing as his topic "Sanetification." At Emporia Avenue church Rev. J. W. Horner, who has been so successful during his pastorate of only a few months in this city, returns to his people. Rev. W. J. Tull whose pastorate at the Dodge Avenue churclL, West Side, was so remarkable in results, is to be succeeded by the Rev. C. C. ...

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 March 1890

$?tic Hixlxita Jhtilrj gaglc: jiatunTatj IHovnmg, gjsXavdt 29, "1890. JBQQBBBSe UiA AjYD HUiLL THE DRESS AND HOME OF NEW YORK'S FASHIONABLE WIDOW. Aro TIjr To Grandmothers Today? umry TTjk for Woaou-A Jferr Oj der of Heroine Honr to Keep a Friend Facts About Prominent TVomcn. In 2fw"S"ork tho fashionable widow not only attires herbolf ia tho habiliments of woe, bus lovaa to ulom every trifle ber lineno, scent glass, umbrella handle and penholder with a bow of black purplo or mauve. Slip pers, purse, blotting pad, prayer, letter and bank book are all bound in ebony leather; ber jowelod watch is incased in steel, and any jewelry worn on her fingers, wrists or neck is of blacfceued silver or platinum. No flower but tho pure whito lily Is allowed to perfuma her room, and she will ertduro nothing buC the odor of violets to scent her sachots. But this is not all. Tne leader of fashion summons tho upholsterer as soon as the un dertaker h been disnisod, and at once tho oriolo suite L$ consi...

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 March 1890

j5" -nR -''rniM-;'sgyg3ffg " p titidxiia 3axlij gagle: jiaiurttatj l$crnriucfr platxlx 29, 1890 8 A Terrible Eczema One of the -worst cases on record. Seventeen years of suffering. Head, face, and ears, one solid scab. Body amass of disease. Hair matted, lifeless, or gone. Limbs contracted and helpless. Unable to walk. Got abont on Hands and Iknees. . Physicians and all medicines useless. So hope of relief or cure. At the end of seventeen years hears of the Cuticura Eemedies, uses them eight weets, and is cured. .B.-This miraculous cure was made m January, 1S79, and has continued complete and permanent to present date, January 2 G.1S90. Cured toy Outicura At Uie age of three months a rash (which after wards proved to he eczema or salt rheum) made its appearance on my face. A physician was called. He said teething was the cause: he prescribed some coollns medicine, hut the sores spread to my "sJvSf'Vk Another M. IX ivWST'jZa professed to the case; call ed it "Kind's Evil," and prescr...

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 March 1890

- i fcfc"--.. gKAtr KT fc, v , . .laaafeMh ' . . Hfeu f .o a .. Kans. Historical Society U tol. xn, NO. 115. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOBXEXG. 3IARCH 30, 1890-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 1825. lulKf- Ml l if jL - -"BaSHap jft MSr 1 tT i GOAL OF GOLDEN GRAIN WICHITA THE GREAT GRAIN MAR KET OF KANSAS. Two Million Bushels of Corn, One Half Million Bushels of "Wheat and a Quarter Million Bush els of Oats in Nine Months. The Demand for Eigger Elevators and Greater Storage Capacity for the Grain Seeking Wichita Markets. Some Facts Prom Wichita Shippers and Of ficial Statistics of Grain Products which will Astonish our Own People Ten Thousand Bushels Per Day Handled in this City. Very few people even in our own city, have any conception of the enormous amount of grain handled on this market. The Eagle this morning presents to its W. COR. many readers some facts and figures which will pro-e astonishing, not only to the people of Wichita but to every person thiouchout the country who may chance 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. — 30 March 1890

gfe MXicMta aily taxjlc: JwmTatj fHomrnxj pi.irclx 30, 1 S90. 2 FOR DEEP WATER. .the GALVESTON HABOR BILL PASSES THE SENATE. An Unsuccessful Attempt to Divide the Appropriation with Sahine an Aransas Passes. Enumeration Blanks for the Census Pre paredThirty Questions which will Toe Asked the People. The House Passes a Bill to Provide Boats for the Suffers in the Hooded Eegions Along the Mississippi Pensions for Kansas and the Territory Capital Items. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., March 29. The highest temperature ivas 72 3 , the lowest up to 7 p. in. 40 -, and the mean 56 , with fresh southerly to brisk sout h easterly winds, -warmer, partly cloudy weather, nearly stationary pressure. Last year, on jlarch 29, the highest tem perature was 59 , the lowest 44, and the mean 32 3. Fi:bd L. .Tonxsox, Observer. "WjVsniXGTOX, March 29. Forecast till 8 j). m. Sunday: 7i"or Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska Cold, fair weather, northerly winds. poeTdeep water. The Senate Passes t...

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 March 1890

'gkt WLxtMivc Ipailij gagfe: j&rodatj Wamiug, fglarcfc 30, 1890. 3 MM COMMERCE WICHITA MAEEETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-236 cattle 915 hogs and for the week just closed 1054 cattle and 4643 hogs, a gain over the previous week of 203 cattle and 70 hogs. The cattle market was more ac tive today and prices ruled steady to strong on all grades. There were some choice cattle among the offerings, and some were unsold at the close. The hog market opened strong to 2 1-2 cents higher than ruling prices yester day. Bulk of the hogs sold at $4.00 which is 12 1-2 cents higher than clos ing price one week ago. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita. Kan.. March 29. CATTLE. Receipts 236. shipments none. The market was active today, as buyers took hold In better shape, and stuff sold at good prices. There was a cowl showing of fat cattle among the offerings. Packer., local butchers and shippers were all strong buyers today. There were s-ome good cattle unsold 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. — 30 March 1890

3? fee WcMta hi ftante: Jnmctau g&onmta, giarcfe $0, 1890. 4 11. M. 3irKI)OCK, Editor. VALUABLE VERDICTS. Men of National Prominence Predicting a Great Future for Wichita. The president of one of the greatest railway systems of the west, vh?le stand ing on a sidewalk on East Douglas avenue a few days since in the early morn, at an hour before the traffic and life of that street had begun to make itself manifest, said: ''There is one "thing settled in my mind, and that is, 'Kansas is going to have a great com "mercial city and everybody knows that "AVicliita will be that city. And while "Wichita may be, and doubtless is, feel- 'the effects of a iinancial depression "which is general throughout the coun ty, and while some of her citizens may "be burthened and inclined to grumble, "yet Wichita will make, nevertheless, "and in the near future, such a rapid "growth as will astonish your own state "and the west, the ullimates of which "growth can only be measured by him "who can measu...

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. — 30 March 1890

S&e Wefcite gaaJg fgasle: jfcmtfag IPommn, gfcnxfc 30, 1890. JLJLMnuwriTi I R. P. MrnnocK, Editor. Business Manager. M. M. MTJRDOOK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. Jill letters pertatninc to tho business of the prlnt Jnc department or bindery, or for .idvertiMnc fchnuld bo nddressed to the business manager; all other conimunlcatioiisto the editor. The only lallj- paper Ir Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas alley recelvme: both the day and nicht Associate Press Reports in full. TEims or sunscniiTiox dailv eagle. la Advance Postage Prepaid. pally, ono copy ono year $5 00 J)afly, one copy, siv months 4 00 Ijally, one copy, three months 2 01 Daily, one copy, o:h? month 75 inreoumesa weeK.any ilasletrert, pery'r .. 4 m Three Units a w eok, any days desired, six mo... 2 50 Sunday Kdltiou, in paces, one copy, one year. .. 2 CO Sunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, sis months. 1 25 WEEKLY EAGLE. One copy, one year i 00 One copy, six months 50 RemiUance mav be made at our ridk eith...

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 March 1890

. fw;iitfTSB5!!Siiw;5)i- - Jgfce midxiin?dty gagle: Jtmdsij gftmnavtg, f)Jarfe"30, 1890. 6 SOCIAL SWIM. A EESUME OP THE SOCIAL EVENTS TOE THE WEEK. The usual number of suppers. A num ber of squibs. What people are doin, saying and thinking. Parties that made pretensions and parties that did not, all equally enjoyable. Gossip for the curious. Matter for the dignified and pleasant -words for the host and hostess of the week. Personals. People are going, coming, entertains and attend ing. A good week. Tor the Eagle. KECOXCIIiEI). "YV meet acain 1pj ond the barren par. Beyond tho pride, the sorrows and the tears. nd eamluleav es the strife and hate ol j ears To flood our soul- with perfect pence at last. Our hearts In tru.stiiie faith forget the wrongs. The onndiux words and all the cruel w oe, Till Joy 1 all our lxnmdini; bosoms know And life Is glad w Iih rhapsodies of bong. Love, deathle and forglvlnpr, crowns with bay3 The future and our hopes as full of grace As jouth had fondly dr...

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. — 30 March 1890

gtxx lailtj gaglc: uxxlay gHoriimg, Xnxclx 30, 1890, f "i ORMTAl YESeEMCE. HtAVTHE CHINAMAN HAS PAID bh DEBT TO THE CAUCASIAN. He Was Forced to Kuy Opium, and He Has Taught the White 3Iau to Smoke It A Terrible and Constantly Spreading Vice. Nearly half a century ago the Chinese were induced, by ube of the cannon argu ment and the slaughter of uncounted thou sands of their brethren to permit the impor tation of opium from the East Indies. In thus "opening a market for trade," civiliza tion forced a terrible vice upon a vast people and reajd an apjarent profit in hard cash from the bloody transaction. Bu the outcome of the business demon strates that the profit was far more ap parent than real. A baflled Oriental does not limit his dreams of vengeance D3r the boundaries of a lifetime. He makes his hatred hereditary, and bequeaths to his an the accomplishment of the plans he has Slj'n unable to carry oat. Sooner or later patient, persistent, unrelenting hate will curve some way to its...

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 March 1890

gfte TOcMia gailg gaglk: JteHflag gstortmog, fjfcaxfc 30, 1890. 8 i; " ERSY IS SETTLED CROWDED WITH BUYERS! -H-Y? Hew York Buyer at Work. THE CONTBO V ' n . mm . w POWDER fitiflfln Absolutely Pure, Thte powder nrvpr varies. A marvel of purity, (trcucui id vliolcsomeiipss. More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold In com petition with ttie multitude or low: test, short welshl ftlum or phospiiate ponders. Sold only in cans. Koyal Bafcluj; Powder Co.. lOu Wall M. Y. AIL THE LATEST STYLES TRADE UV srt1 y UAR IflF" the mTTFh JWSE- 3IIB1 Si"M est Goods YOU EVER SAW. 1000 23cvests ... 1000 50c vests -1000 pair of 23c gloves 1 000 pair S5c kids -1000 vards calico 1000 yards gingham 1000 yards 13c Satlnes r0 bead -wraps 1000 yards Cliiiia Silk 3GKc 25c Gc 58c 4c 5 c oKc .$1 OS 39c 149 x. arAxtfsT., rncHzxj.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Eaeh. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. ANNOUNCEMENTS. TctheFdltorof the Eat'Ic. rirritc announce roe a a man from tho 1 irst ward. c...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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