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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 sufferlnR
Intensely all the time. Every morning there eould
1e nearly a dustpanful of scales taken from tho
rtieet on my IkkL some of them half as largo as the
envelope containing this letter: In the latter part
of tho winter my skin commenced cracking open. I
tried everything, almost, that could be thought of,
without any relief. The 12th of Juno I started west.
In hopes I could reach the Hot -prinffs. I reached
Detroit, and -was so low I thought I should baoto
no to the hospital, but Anally trot as far as Lansin?,
3IIch., where 1 had a sister li in?. One Dr.
treated me about two -weeks, but did mo no good.
All thought I had but a short time to live. Iearn
nestly prayed to die. Cracked through tho skin all
over my back, across ny ribs, arms, hands, limbs
feet badly swollen; toe-nails carae off; flnger-nails
dead, and ham as a bone; hair dead, dry, and life
less as old straw. O my GoOI how I did suffer.
My sister 3Irs. E. II. Davis, hail a small part of a
hex of Citicuua in the house. She wouldn't give
wp; 'aid, "We -will try Clticuha." Some was ap
plied on ono hand and arm. Eureka! there was re
3 ,ef; stopped the terrible burning sensation from tho
word go. They immediately got tho I1esoi,ye."T,
Cctictka and Soap. I commenced by taking one
"Word can scarcely do Justice to tho esteem in
which the"1 great skin cures, bood purlilers, and
greatest of humor remedies are held by the thou
Kinds upon thousands who have found them tho
only source of immediate relief and of speedy, per
manent, and economical cure of skin, scalp, and
blood diseases which have rendered life almost
CrucrRA, the great skin cure, instantly allays
the most agonizing, itching, and inilamation, cleats
the skin and scalp of e ery trace of disease, heals
ulcers and sores, removes crusts and scales,
find restores tho hair. Clticttka Soap,
the greatest of kln purifiers and beauti
flers. Is lnilespensablo in treating skin diseases
and Imby humors. J t produces tho whitest, clearest
tkiii and softest hands, free from pimple, spot, or
T1 -rPI.,EP, blackheads, chapped, rongh.red, and
Jt XAL o'ly skin prevented by Citticl'RA Soai.
JTRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Satnnlny Eve, April 3.
Law and Labor, Property and Poy
crtr. The Great question of the Present Day
Price H) cents. All seats reserved. Sats on salo
Mondav moi ning Jlarch 31, at Chapion's book store,
S-edffw fck blyck. 109-lw
Quaker oats 10 cents a package at Rock
Maud grocery. 117 3t
Speaking of I'ort "Worth Spring Palace.
You can buy round trip tickets via Santa
Fe Route, at one fare, to Ft. "Worth, any
time between May S and 28, and have until
June 3 to return.
In Ft. "Worth you can purchase excur
sion tickets at a low rate to points reached
via Santa Fe route in that state. Ft.
Worth is the gateway of Texas. Once in
hide the gate, every facility will bo given
for looking around. This'fc an important
fafi for land seekers and health seekers.
jbTw cap -way to seo Texas. Inquire of
locaigent, Santa Fe route, or write to G.
T. Nicholson, G. P. & T. A, Topeka, Kan.
Fourteen pounds best granulated sugar
$1. Rock Island grocery. 117 lit
Grand Army Hcunion and Camp Tire.
To be held at Great Bend, Kan.. April 7.
3S90. The Santa Fe route will sell round
trip tickets at one and one-third fare, $3.93,
April 0 and 7, limited for return April 7.
Twenty pounds nice light brown sugar,
$1, at Rock Island grocery. 117 3t
"Mrs. Newcomer "What flour shall I use?
Airs. Goodtaste Imperial, by all means.
IMrs. Newcomer Who makes it?
Mrs. Goodtaste Oliver & Imboden Co.
Jlrs. Newcomer "Who sells it?
Mrb. Goodtaste All grocers. 110-tf
All package coffee 25 cents at. Rock
Island grocery. 117 3t
"Mrs. Jay How did you get a girl that
bakes srch good bread?
Airs. Gay Buy Imperial flour and you
will .always have delicious bread and your
girl ill never leave you. 110-tf
Just received, one car of salt, one car of
four, one car of groceries, at the Bock
Island grocery. 117 3t
Professor Koenig will give a gymnastic
exhibition at the Jvatatorium on'Wcdnes
day night, April 2. Tickets 25c Let every
person attend. dllG-2 -
We will sll more groceries for five dol
lars than any one house in Kansas. Rock
Island grocery. 117 3t
Cobs for sale-at the Zephyr mills. ?1.2o
ptr load delivered. Telephonic 1CU. 00 tf
We are aware that we are becoming very
conspicuous from the advertising that we
having lately irom seeral quarters. We
are much obliged for the, ame. but we are
w lhng to gie &100 reward to find the
party or parties that write the anonymous
letter signed "Shipper"' and mail them to
the patron of this market.
iO tf Yamhvei: & Bryan
on -will want a new hat for "Easter.
Yon generally buy one this time of
You have paid -very high prices,
You "want to have money, don't yon?
You haven't got as much money this
You want a nice, stylish hat.
You "v ant to got it as low- as yon can.
"U ell. come -and see the millinerv at
tlie GLOBK. We have 200 trimmed
liats of all kinds, lai'ge hats and
Mnall hats, prices DSe. 1.23, 1.4S, 1.9S,
2.4S, J.ys, 2.23, 3.4S, 8.9S.
11 w e have none trimmed to suit von
-e can trim any way yon like. "We
charge yon nothing for trimming. We
ask you to come before Satnrdav ami
pick out your hat, as the Saturdav be
Sbre Easter is always a very busv
mil'inc-ry day. If you haven't enough
jjueyto take it today you can make
,t part mayment and i e will lav it
aside for you. Try and come as ea'rlv
as possible, our good, prices and
styles M ill buit j ou.
M. B. GOHN, .
GLOBE, 418 Boiirias Ave
tablespoonfnl ot Resolvent three times a day
after meals; had a bath once a day, water about
blood heat; nsed Cuticcra Soap freely; applied
Ccticcra morning and evening. Kesnlt: return
ed to my home in just ls weeks from the time I
left, and my skin as smooth as this sheet of paper.
HIKAM E. CARPENTER.
Henderson, Jefferson Co., X. Y.
Sworn to before me this nineteenth day of Janu
ary, 1SS0. A. M. L.EFFIXGWELT..
Justice of tho Peace.
We hereby certify that wo are acquainted with
the aforesaid Hiram E Carpenter, and knew his
conditllon to have been as stated. Wo believe his
stwement to be true In every particular.
L. IJ. Simmons & son, Merchants, Henderson.
G. A. Thompson, Merchant, Henderson, N Y.
A. A. Davis, Henderson, N". Y.
Millard E. Joiner Merchant. Henderson, N. Y.
John Carpenter, Henderson X. Y.
A. M. Leefingwell, Attorney and counsellor-at-Law,
Henderson, X. Y.
In answer to yours of Jan. 21, ISM), I have to say I
am and have been In uniform good health for tho
several j ears that have passed since I first used
your Ccticcra Remedies. I believe there is no
remedy or medicine prepared that will compare
with them for the relief an euro of obstinate skin
diseases. H. E." CARPENTER,
Henderson, Jefferson Co., X. Y.
Jan. 27, ISM
blemih. CrTiccitA Resolvent, the new blood and
skin purifier and Rreat est of humor remedies, cleans
the blood of all impurities and poisonous elements,
and thus removes tho cause. Hence the Cirricm:A
Remedied euro every species ot agonizing, humiliat
ing, itching, burnlrfjr, scaly, and pimply diseases of
tho skin, scalp, and blood, with loss of hair and all
humors, blotches, eruptions, sores scales and crusts,
w nether dmplo, scrolfulous or contajjeoui, when
the lest physicians and all othT remedies fail.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticcua, 60c: Soap
25c. ; Resolvent, 5-1. Prepared by tho Potteu
Hhcg and Chemical Corporation, licton.
J3y.5end for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," CI
pasjes, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
Et DVCSkin and Scalp purified and beautl
jli) L O fled by Ccticcr-v Soap. Abso
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds yesterdy:
Jasper Marlett to B. A. Mead, tract
13x40 in ne of se, 29-27- le $ 2000
n A Ozanne to Henry Shweiter, lots
lR) to l'Jl Avenue (r Motor Line 2nd
Elms Figg to Lois Zeno, lot 103 Uni
versity ave L mversi ty lJlace add . . . bou
Emma Carson to Helen B Prosser,
lot 3J Duncan's add 1(0
Sarah A Ingalls to B P Peck, lot 23
Mead ave Hudson's add 1000
David Mekins to George C Cers, lots
1.3-5 Mead ave Morton Wollmau's
Gabriel Hutehings to Elizabeth
Hutchiugs, lots 00 to 72 Paik Place
ave Lauck's add and lots 217 to 223
Emporia ave Stafford and Wight's
George W Gehlbach to David A Wil
son, n.ir of nw 27-27-1 w C000
Union Citv Town Co to Wm McCal
lister. lots 8S-30-40, blk 13, Colwich 2o
Robert lebrecht. to R S Turk, lots 1-3-5-7,
blk JI Wheeler'sadd 1
Bufus Cone to Sarah E Field lots 33
35 Field and Cormichaels sub 50
CUT WITH THE JO'ITE.
And Knocked Out on tho Very First Round.
The Missouri Pacific railway knocked
them all silly when it announced cut rates
to St. Louis and Pueblo.
Remember, commencing March 7th,
cheap rates will go into effect to St. Louis
and points beyond, also to Pueblo. Denver
and other western points via the Missouri
H you are going east, west, north or
south, buy your ticks via the Missouri
It is the shortest line to St. Louis by 4S
miles and over two hours the quickest.
Elegant new reclining chair cars just re
ceived from the Pullman Co., on all trains.
These chairs are free to all patorons of
the Missouri Pacific railway. Come and
get our rates. We are here to stay. City
ticket office 137 North Main street. Depot
corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 137 .North
Don't forget the low rate-, to Chicago,
St. LouN, Denver, Pueblo and Colorado
Springs ia the G reat Rock Island. 110 tf
Old panel's for sale at this office 25 'ents
per hundred. 23tf
Keep This for riiture Reference.
The Fort Scott. Wichita & Western rail
way "Missouri Pacific Route" is the only
line running solid trains through from
Wichita to "Kansas City and St. Louis.
Leaving Wichita at 0:15 p. m. you arrive at
Kansas city next morning at 7 o'clock.
Pullman palace sleeping and free reclin
ing chair cars through, to Kansas Citv and
St. Louis without change. Remember if
you jib via the Fort Scott Route you are
not dependent on main line connections at
Junction Point, but you go right through
on solid train-,. This is the oulv route
whoe main line runs through Wichita.
All trains are made up here and run
through solid to Kansas City to St. Louis.
It is the shortest line by lorry-eight miles
and two hours the quickest. Two trains
daily to St. Louis and all points east.
Ticket office 137 North Maiu street. Depot
corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley.
Pasconger and Ticket Agent, 137 North
Main .ueet, Wichita, Kan.
H. C. TOWXsFM).
G. P .Jc T. A., St. Lotus, Mo.
Emigration to the West.
If you have friends in the ease who con-
u.'mjjiiiu.' coming w est, or u you are going
east, remember you can save time and
money, likew be your friends, by buying
tickets over the Mi-ouri Pacific railwav,
the shortest line between St. Louis arid
Wichita bv 46 miles and over. Two hours
the quicke-t time. This i the only line j
Kiving you choice of two routes, eith'er via 1
Kan-as City or Fort Scot". Elesrant free
reclining chair cars Iwtween Wichita and
St lxmi!, alo between Kansas Citv and
ichita. without change of cars. Pull
man sleepers on all trains. Be sure that
jour tickets read via the Mioun Pacific
railway and thus save annoyance of j
changing cars and unnecessary delavs. j
Remember also that no charges are made i
uy porters tor ruling in chair cars. The-e
porters are paid by the companv and are
not allowed to charge any one. lie thev
local or through pWengers. Thev are
hired to attend to the wants-of the iravel
City ticket office, 187 North Main street,
Wichita, Kan. K. E. Bleckley,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
H. L. TOWNSEND.
Gen&ml Passenger and Ticket Airent,
St. Louis, Mo. iu2tf
Cut Rates via the Grtat Kocfc Island Rome."
Commencing March S the Rock Island
Route will sell tickets from Wichita at the
followim; rates; '
Chicago, first class, $14.13; second class.
St. Louis, first class. $u.i3.
Comuieneinx March W: Denver. PueMo
and Colprado Springs. $10,75.
Remember the Rock 1-hunl is the onlv
line running throutrh vestibule reclining j
elwir cars free. Trahv- lcare AVichita at I
7;40 a. m. ami i'..V p. m.
If you are goine: north, south, east or '
wot call hi the city ticket otliee. 1W Eat
Douglas aietme. nwi e the lowest cut
rates. C. X Rctokeforb, ',
27 tf. .Ticket AzznU
Value of Personal Clianna ia Women,
Young women are also often led to depeno
for happiness upon personal charms. Do nol
be beguiled into such a belief. Beauty is sue!
a subtle thing, it does not seem to depenc
upon facial proportions, or upon the sparkle
of the eye, or upon the flush of the cheek.
You sometimes find it among irregular fea
tures. It is the soul shining through the f ac
that makes one beautiful. But alas for thos
who depend upon . mere personal charms
They will come to disappointment and to a
great fret. Do Witt Talmago in Ladies
The Emblems of Our I"Iaj.
When we consider what the flag of oai
Union represents and through what perils i
has passed, we may be excused for indulging
in sentiment over its beautiful folds. Tin
Hon. Hannibal Hamlin is credited with hav
ing said, on presenting a flag to the Bangoi
(Me.) school: "Perhaps a little history of thii
flag will not be out of place. Tirst, considei
the beautiful red stripes, an emblem of valor
the white, an emblem of purity; the blui
field, the blue arch of heaven, and the stan
which bestud it, the freest government oj
At the North Cape.
At Tromsoe, the sheltered capital of north
era Norway, our steamship remained jusi
long enough to allow us to visit an interest
ing encampment of Lapps and their reindeci
in the neighborhood. Tho company we vis
ited had pitched their tents on the side of thi
mountain, and about a dozen or more seemed
to live comfortably enough in a space wi
might portion off for so many hens and chick
ens. Temolo Bar.
Railroad men employed by tho Pennsylva
nia company, like all others, are more o:
less superstitious. Their superstition run
in numbers, and for years 1,313 has alwayi
been regarded as an unlucky number, na
matter in what particular it was used. Man
cars bearing these figures have been wrecked
at divers times, and when a locomotive was
constructed and numbered 1(313 there wen
not a few who predicted an unfortunate
A rule, which physicians say Is a good one
to determine the normal weight of man is a:
follows: A man should weigh just as marrj
kilograms as he measures centimetres it
height after deducting one metre. A mar
who measures in height 1 metre SO centimetres
(5 feet 11 inches) should weigh 0 kilograms
or about 100 pounds. Tho rule is both in
genious and approximately correct.
The daily average of visitors to the People:
palace in London is about 1,100, and at pres
ent the number of books for their use doe;
not amount to 12,000. The Clerkenwell Frei
library's return as to what books are most ii
request shows that out of 47,000 volumes is
sued to readers over 37,000 volumes wen
Pall Mall, tho famous locality in London, ii
Eaid to be so called from the i'act that in earliei
times it was an alley for tennis playing, and
took its name from the name by which the
mallet was known pell mell, or pall mall.
Vaughelm, the famous Hanoverian sports
man, 6lew wild boars by the hundreds, bui
ran away from a table upon which there wai
a roasted pig, or fainted if unable to beat t
TYLIIe parched pine3 are dying
Thy hair is tvet with dew,
"While hearts are faint with crying
And sharp swords piercing through,
Thou standest all unknowing
Of chains and prison bars,
Thy hair behind thee flowing,
Thine eyes upon the stars.
Thou hast no need to borrow.
Yet nil men give thee alms;
What knowest thou of sorrow,
fierce storms and sudden calms?
And what of nights that follow
Hard after blazing noons,
"Wan stars in heaven's hollow,
And lights of waning moons?
"With eager eyes unfailing
Thou lookest out to sea,
To where thy ships aro sailing
With precious gifts to theo,
And down full fathoms seven
A diver, in the swirl,
Falls back with strong heart riven,
And in his hand a pearl.
Fireproof Japanese nouses.
The combustible naturo of -Japanese houses
renders large fires a frequent and disastrous
calamity; hence, smco a long time ago the
more wealthy Japanese merchants, as w ell as
farmers, have been in tho habit of building
a kura or fireproof mud house contiguous to
their shops and dwellings, yet generally en
tirely isolated. Into these aro buried, at the
first alarm which indicates a fire approach
ing tho premises, tho portable property,
household stuffs, merchandise, etc., and the
kura is then closed, and if time permits the
joints of windows and doors are sealed with
fresh mud. A fire passing around and over
such structuro will leave its contents un
harmed. Detroit Free Press.
Two wealthy Massachusetts women,
eharing the common impression that wo
men cannot understand business, left the
management of their property to a neph
ew. He managed it so well that in a
short time he had forged their names to
tho amount of $33,000, which the ladies
paid rather than have a scandal in tba
family. Able financier that.
This powil-r never rsr.es A maTel ' pantv.
rtrcnjln and w.o.siinicne-s Mv."c - in"nr cal
than tbe ordinary and? and cannot be vM in com
petition with thn multitude of low tea short weight
iilnna or phosphate powder Sold onlv Jn caAs.
lloyal BaVins Powder Co., US Wall .-:. N v.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
no .v. 3rAZXHT rrxcMTU.
ALL OTHER DEALERS AHE
ccmpelledXk Demand 25 Eaeh.
ITS A COMBINATION!'? OUT.
For wall naner so to 15 X. Market .
J. A. Bishop has the finest hne of Minsk:
TRADE ) Jt yty MARK
IiIl" tuc Li i !!?
lFhere can I purchase my Easter
bonnet ana feel sure that I am getting
the latest style, at a decent price, and
at a place where there is a stock so
large and varied as to suit me, no mat
ter whatmay hemy taste, peculiarities
or judgment? Ladies, this is easily
and truthfully answered. Kanfman
& Roller's is the place. Theirs is the
stock and they are the ones who -will
help you in every way to he satisfied.
Indeed, is will pay you to call, if only
to inspect their admirable, complete
204 2STOBTH TsLAIN.
Bids will be received at the office of the
county clerk of Sedgwick county, Kansas,
np to noon of Wednesdav, April 9, 1S90,
for furnishing coal for the use of Sedgwick
county for the ensuing year. Bidders will
state price on the different kinds of soft
coal, also on slack and anthracite. The
commissioners reserve the right to reject
any and all bids. S. DuxKrx,
dll5 ilfc County Clerk.
If you want a good smoke try the Span
ish ZVIaid cigar. For sale only by Keister
& "Wallace, 400 E. Douglas avenue; J. T.
Dorsey. 224 North Main; Norris & Cook,
corner Main and First. 114-12
Another Kednetion via Santa Fe Route.
Commencing Tuesdav, March 25, the
Santa Fe will sell first class limited tickets
to Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and
intermediate points, at $S.2o. Free chair
from Xewton. Pullman reservation may
be obtained by calling at 122 North Main
street, and at new union depot, corner
Fifth and Douglas avenues.
111-tf "W. D. Mur.DOCK, Agent.
Spanish Maid is a long Havana filler and
hand made. Try one. 114-12
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads 'in Oklahoma. "We
use Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
Are you going west? Are you going
east? If so, take the Great Rock Island.
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 East
Douglas avenue, corner Main street.
Commencing Sunday, March 23, the
Great Rock Island route will place in
service between Kansas- Citv and Denver
their new and macnificent dining cars,
"Pence de Leon," "Delmonte" and "Ray
mond." Passengers leaving "Wichita on
the morning trains for Pueblo, Colorado
Springs and Denver will be served with
dinner and supper on these trains. 110-tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The Wichita Eagle,
d71 tf Wichita, Kansas.
Tarnish in large and small cans at J. A.
Bishop's, 150 North Market street. 103 12t
J. A. Bishop has bought out the Wichita
Paint and Glass Co-at 150 North Market
street, and will continue the business at
the same place with a full .stock of paints-,
oils, varnish, glass and wall paper. 103 12
INlirror plates at J. A. Bishop's, lo0 X.
Market st. 103 12
Those'in correspondence with friends in
the east who contemplate visiting Wichita
on business or pleasure in the near future,
should be adviV-d of the series of homo
seekers excursions to be run by the popu
lar Frisco line from St. Louis to Wichita
on April 23, Mav 20, September 0, Septem
ber 2J and October 14, 1SO0.
These tickets are good to return thirty
days lrom date of sale and are sold at the
extremely low rate of one faie for the
round trip. The Frico line is the only
line running two daily express trains
between St. Louis and Wichita without
change. D. Wishap.t,
General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
TIic City Plumbing Company.
No. 110 South Lawrence avenue, is still
at the front with better facilities than
ever for doing all kinds of plumbing, gas
fitting and sewer connecting, promptly
and in the best manner. dlOO tf
I'or Sale or Trade.
Three hundred and twenty acres gbod
land three miles west of Valley Center at
$15 per acre". Only $.1,000 cash required, or
will trade. Fine residence on Waco street
between Third and Central, eat front, at.
a very low figure, small cash payment.
Fifty feet and ten room house on Emporia
avenue, one and a half blocks south of
Douglas avenue: small cash payment. Fif
ty feet and ten room house and stable on
New York avenue between First and Sec
ond streets, for sale very cheap on easy
payments. Northwest comer Fourth ave
nue and Central, 75x140 feet, for sale cheap.
The Siiepakd & Chapman Mop.tgage Co.,
02tf 20:j Sedgwick Buldiing.
I.AM) OFFICE BLANKS.
We have a full line of land office blanks
of all descriptions. Orders will be filled
and sent by return express. See list of
blanks on another page.
Free Iteclinins Chair Car Service to Denver
and Keturn, via tho Santa Fe Itoute.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe are
now runiiine; daily free reclining chair cars
on their nicrht train to Denver. Passen
gers leaving Wichita at 4S0 p. m., will
arrive at Pueblo for breakfast the next
morning, Colorado Sprint's at 10:'J0 a. m.,
and Denver for dinner. In addition to free
reclining chair car service Pullman reser
vation may Ik? had upon application at
uition ticket office and union depot.
W. D. Mfrdock,
dlOl tf Pass, and ticket agent,
Ad Ice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winsiow's Soothing Syrup should
always lie ued for children teething. It
soothes the child, softns the gums, alisy;
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twentv-flvecents a
bottle. d(k tf w4S tf
Window cla-s. plate glawv colored gla?,
bent how case phW. enameled gla-s. mir
ror plate both German and American, at
J. A. Bishops. 13) N. Market st. 105 12
"Frisco Line" ' M. I.oHland the Katt.
The best, quicki-st and most direct Kne
from Wichita to M. Lonis and all princi
pal eastern, southeastern and northern
The Frisco line runs two dally expres
trains from Wichita to St. Louis without
change, equipped with Pullman palace
sleepers and free reclininc chair cars. No
other line doe it. lo-e connection in St.
Lonis union depot with solid veatibule ex
pre train.-, without chantre. to Chicaeo,
ixnisvilh Cincinnati. Cleveland. Pitt-
bure-, Philak-lpaia, Xew York and Boston.
The popularity of this hoe being uni-!
ver-ally acknowlwiieed brail compt-titors. i
all pa ncr train.-, of oilier railway line
entering Wichita from tlie north. rtifi
nndwwt arrive m time to conn wit i
the Frirco hne iast erprt&s umbs to the
If von cannot purchase tkroas tickets ,
readme via Frfcoo hne from yor tanmsr
3 .oint. it will pay yuu to pnrcha r Wk u i
ita ia owter to secure ihe d-antafas aad
comforts of t hi line.
For further information reeardinj? rare. '
tiit conet:un and throush n-trvatum
of steeping ar .-rri.'rjiinndatj:: isli upon
or ? 1) V-.rtI.xw. 'KkK asrnt.
12s Norii M .--- i.rifcu -r- uatozi .
I WSPLM 0PEBI86
DISSOLUTION OF FAKTXERSIHP.
(The senior member will retire.)
$40,000 WORTH OF
Purchased expressly for thi3 season's
trade will be
Closed Out at Actual Cost
SMITH & STOVER,
144 NORTH MAIN" ST.
I. Yard, H Wee: Dousl".
Uranch office 137 Xorth .Main. Telephone 192. dl33tt
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST YOUR FARM!
The Immigration Committee is hard
at work and enquiries for Kansas
Lands are cominjr in from all sides.
Send full description of your farm
with price to
200 EL Douglas Ave.. Wichita, Ean.
TILE CBYSTAL ICE COMPANY.
Now re4F to MippJr all wWitoz tr Pan- DWni
dtT!, at swjI pric. Oac juj4 Ywry
Vae. 0 rnnA Pearl s. WeH "Ma. Or-r
ook7w. W. Poirr ft TuM. Dowcfe Arc. l4.
Ocddental Hotel Cor. feroad and MmIb.
Felejpboes No. 2C J. A. SOUK
2H Xokth Mae? Steezt.
Ke- Snrx Good3 at Bottom Pricae.-
IMtiSfM I iSIM13 7
?t..p .1 p.r 2 v t; Wc rta- aI pa.
ot (-offee .-. , .'i gr z.a s hc- u
uin-r v r - j r c-v
yv ctx jp inrb r.-tfl '- j
cheap" V f tk ai a-J - hat
rAff- Ym4 sfl HV- ?K Y&-Z IA
wwrid. C I. Faller, iXS Douglas Tareoot. j
A-rYDTT 9 AT 8
Veeks Anelllg made to "VLsT M-iHcry
Lvy of Dry tu"-:- mrnishinguoou,,
lds, Gents' and aaics clotnUiR and other
tioes rSrnUea to the citizens of lobtta.
1 BOAZ & GILL, "XSSL
I L'XDERTAKElis AXD KMBALMERS I fmB& life
H 32T V. DouIa.. Telcphor.o VS. Sj lifigyKaS 'ffijfcfo j dTl? .ISf f!K
HOTEL ST. LAAVEEXCE,
2 X LAWRENCE AVE.
Bott JlOOpcr dnv hons in the Mftte. mot rn
tralv locaint hcuo In the citv. n"K msniw mwc
aml'newlv lurnlsbed. Tianclunt r.u&ttl IU to Jli.
per tin r. nay uoartj is uu 10 ti w par -w eK, reom nuu
board t W to ib OJ per week. Come and try li
d 108-1 m
A. S. XEWSOJN', Proprietor.
First-Class in all Respects
RATE $2.50 PER DAY.
Cor. Tremont and Mfchunic Streets,
Coal, Gravel Kooflng', Hoofln and
TELErHOXE XO. 104.
18th St. and 4th Ave. Wichita, Kan
tVICinTA, - - - - KANSAS.
ElT-ator. Stm Heat. IUUi Wj&m.. KTctrte U8s
Good Samplu Koojm LJirblM l7 Elerlrtrtty. 3e
pant rooms with baUi tzlpwdar Tern 1 as4
2 j0 pr day. PJrtt-cl la all rnpectl.
T TrnTTAOiUPnEn and Prints llr
I I ' I ' U I I HcaAs. NoU H4u!. EbtJ?m, HaM
I I I Ml I cJwrn!. Weddlsr and Party Inrl
1,1 1 IIW UUenfL OUltac CrUv Lnrto
JJ1X11V tarCSTEond, Kontis'. CrUficat
ot Slock, etc n th Wlcclie. Etde odea. WJcfcltA.
YOU WILL ALWAYS GET SOTF.D IX PRK ES AXD QCATJTYl
a Mere' Suit in all Colors. Frock and Sacks, worth lrom 18.S to Mm- ahgJBe
ftw ft). 75. Good Worsted Sack and Frock Hnltm worth &0, at fl
A good erturj day wait, worth IS, at J2.S7.
Oar Biys' wi ClriHrefi's Ifcp'i CupWe.
Onr $2 knee pants suit at 9S ceum.
Onr $4.50 kne pant suits at 42.se.
Onr hi.(Hi knee paaw auttn at Jj J.r.o.
Onr Jo.00 knee pauut suite at $S.2r,.
School awl hor- uit vriih Urns
paat, frrm $2.50 ii p. 500 pair kf
paaU to be alaufffctyrod at lb awl 25e.
6 pair fffKHl heavy aockjg at 25".
A frood 25c heavy fcock, two pair far
C hildren shirt waists worta mens,
3 l't ri-nt.
Fant y percale skirts -worth $1-5 at
V hue ihfrti, laendrlad, vrUi 7.
, a. 1"i ceitt.
K Bsinrit'ffau thlrta ami drawers,
ji worth 30 at 25 et.
I Ht-1 handkerchiefs vorth 19e, 8 flw
ricm'titcbel hasdkrehittfo -worti
23c, three for a ieartr.
SSGolden Eagle, One
DIalccs J'rices to Suit the Times.
Tranvl'nt ntrq t '0 perdnjr
ltwm atul bnnnl fi l " pet Mk
dUB KHANK Vril.UAMi ProtrtoMr.
C, 0. PAGE & CO.
Hardware,, Stoves, IFindow Glass
Leather and Jtubber Uniting.
518 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kan,
W. L W. MILLER,
Germnnln Flro IniTaico C , Xen- V(Sc, .
mi. 4(u. I. ir , .ti.WlwJK
iflfnnUt MecHoato Iniwuer O. U-
wii'j.nMlJu., Utfi . 14SUSA
ProM" - W.ihJt, Jbhtmm C.
i-roiM9ii tiro lUWUlRff u. MtOMMM.
&scarltr In(rui- C !! IIavm. Caw
&seCi Jan. 1. tit)) . . tnau
W.L W. MILLEK AhT
152 N. Market Street, Ground Floor.
TO ART DEAL1RS AND ARTISTS.
Arttet't MattrUlt, Pllur, 31mJst bi Ttat
WtlrtJ! r6 retail. Caleg?a tit.
MAIL OROEM ?PXM PTI.Y ATTiWDED.
F.P.MARTm, 114 Market St.
THIS WEEK !
ISO l07en tn collars, worth 15s,
at & cate.
iHUoen tf jf tkz for 2c
A od tie mufmndoT fr 4c
YsmvnA Mhtrui worth 7a, crprios
l(Kdon imaposMlani, clu at 2&o.
200 Ooilvu -irlctto O. K. ufcirta. laan
dried, -xrortk l.iQ, r prien $1.0.
190 ton UMdwrwear, trtfrtk a,
tiro for tir.
5 mimI 7c handkcrrcMofifi go at 2
Drrby hats worth $ to $4. ft- $,J8.
Iaitt D!pArtmtml-V'j Uay9 Utam
for old mvl ymng, rteh aiwl jur, &Z
prion from 7$r to $7.
Cottia afi e m before Intytmz, vr
will 6t you motnty,
lTQf! Pun for th hyA hm taslt
tmL t-a away -riU ofry H$V
Onltr hy wutil prtmptl fillod.
V. S, Jltt-rrxking Sold j Adrorthwl.
in the southwest.
1 Cant & C. VimsM,
Ccr Dasalfes aad Lawrosce Aea