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Highest of all in Lexrening Power.
p R AWFORD-GRAJJD
L. 3L Cuawford. Manacei
ONE NIGHT ONLY
'Tuesday, November 18.
The Jolly German Dialect Comedian and Sweet
CIAS. : A. : GARMER,
Supported by a Talontcd Company under tho
SIDNEY R ELLIS,
Producing on a Grand Scalo the New Romantic
An Idyl of the Tyrol.
Hear Gardner's New o:igs, Includinehis Great Hit
Scenery Carried by the Company.
Sale of scats commences Saturday, November 15.
M. Li. Crawford, Manager
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
"Wednesday, November 19th.
A MUSICAL TREAT FOR WICHITA!
Rice & Dlxey's Grand Production of the Beautiful
Comic Chinese and English Opera, Entitled
EARL OF PEKIN!
50 CLEVER ARTISTS 50,
All the Original Scenery.
All the Original Costumes.
All tlie Original Music.
And In fact a mncnlflcent production by a Superb
Company of sonc birds.
IRATVFORD GRAND. o
j o Ij. M. CRA Wi ORD, Maneag
Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 24 and 25.
W. T. OABLETON'S OPEEA CO.
Unquestionably tlie largest, Strongest and Bost
Comic Opera Company In Exlstance.
Perfect Production of the To Greatest Comic
VTith splendid sjx clal scenery, crorceous. costly cos
tumes, ma nlllcent mminilnKS superb
Prices-First floor. $1.50 and $1.25; balcony, $1.00
and T5c; gallery 50c
On Raffle A fine breech-loading shot
gun at Monarch Billiard hall. dl 5t
California and the North-west.
If you are going to California, Oiegon,
Washington or any point in the north
vest, be sure to leave your name with the
ticket acent of the Missouri Pacific rail
way who will book you for tlie regular
weekly excursion via. the Missouri Pacific
railway and Denver and Rio Grande rail
way through the Grand canon of Colorado
and Salt lako city. The Missouri Pacific
railway will run weekly excursions to Cal
ifornia and tlie north-west, leaving "Wich
ita every Sunday evening at 5:15. These
excursions are all taken charge of by regu
lar excursion agents who run through to
the Pacific coast, looking after the wants
of aeach nd every passencer. The Denver
and Rio Grande railway is now a broad
cuace road and the Pullman tourist cars
run through without change. Remomber
tno road anu tno time, ljowiarc anu the
best accommodations that can bo given.
For further information call on or address,
E. E. Bleckley,
P. & T. A. Mo Pac R'v..
dltf 120 N. Main St.
Hundreds of people will bo interested in
kuowing that John E. Watkin's Cut Rate
Notion Store has moved from the old stand
it S03 East Oak to 35G North Main, near
corner of Third, whore all our old and
many new customors are all invited to call
and seo us. Wo will continue at same low
prices that we always made at the old
fctand, So don't ferget us when you want
dry goods, shoes, not ions, stationery, con
fectionery, glassware, tinware, etc., at
lowest prices. And don't fail to see our
line of Holiday goods and get our prices.
For three years past wo sold Holiday goods
nt less profit than any house in the city,
hnd expect to do so again. Don't forgot
the Cut Rate Notion Store. 330 North
Main, near Third. JqhnE. Watkix. 1-1 1
1 will opon a school of music in room
410 Sedgwick block "Wednesday, Nov. 19.
Tor information inquire at tlie above
number. Miss Pickrell.
Night express for Kansas City. St. Louis
and the caM leaves Wichita ac 9:40 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
train. Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Continuing Business. $25,-
000 worth of New Goods
White Idd gloves this wock at 19c.
Great Hat Sale this week at 39c.
Great ribbon sale this week, 5c to 29c.
Groat pocket book sale this, 10 & 14c.
Groat hair ornament sale at 10c.
Great cloak sale this week.
Great millinery sale this -week, off.
Come on. buy bar-gains only
to be seen at
GLOBE418 E Domlas Ay
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 2889.
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds.
S. L. Johnson to Emma Pool, 42
and 44 Morgan ave Richmond's
Pittsburgh add wd 2
Charles B. Thacker to Julia Cham
pion, 27 Schiller ave Getto's3rd add
Alice D. Caldwell to Abbie Sawyer,
89 90 92 94 Fern aye University
place add w d 500
Ellis B. Ebert to Wm. H. "Wilson, se
qr27282e, wd 2500
Arc You Afflicted With Rheumatism?
If so try Crippen's Compound for rheu
matism. J. H. Pumpelly, C. A. Wright
and Chas. Snider (policeman) can tell you
of its merits. For sale by Crippen & Co..
711 East Oak street, Wichita, Kan. dl6-6t
Note Change of Time.
Commencing Sunday, Oct. 5th, the Mis
souri Pacific Fast Mail and Express will
leave Wichita at 2 o'clock p. m., arriving
at St. Louis next morning at 7 o'clock.
Chicago Express will leave at 8:45 a.m.,
arriving at Chicago (via Kansas City) at 8
o'clock next morning. This makes the
fastest trains for both Sc. Louis and Chi
cago. Pullman hleepers and chair cars
through to St. Louis without change.
Th Phases of Life Thron-h "Which South
ern California Hits Passed.
Southern California has rapidly passed
through varied experiences and has not yet
had a fair chance to show the world what
it is. It had its period of romance, of pas
toral life, of lawless adventure, of crazy
speculation, all within a hundred years,
and it is just now entering upon its period
of solid, civilized development. A certain
light of romnnco is rast upon this coast by
the Spanish voyagers of the Sixteenth cen
tury, but its history begins with the estab
lishment of the chain of Franciscan mis
sions, the first of which was founded by
the great Father Junipero Serra at San
Diego in 1709.
The fathers brought with them the vine
and the olive, reduced the savago Indians
to industrial pursuits, and opened the way
for that ranchero and adobe civilization
which, down to the coming of the Ameri
can, in about 1840, made in this region the
most picturesque life that our continent
has ever seen. Following this is a period
of desperado adventure and revolution, of
pioneer state building; and then the ad
vent of the restless, the cranky, the in
valid, the fanatic from every other state
in the Union.
The first experimenters in making homes
seem to have fancied that they had come
to a ready made elysium the idle man's
heaven. They seem to have brought with
them little knowledge of agriculture or
horticulture, were ignorant of the condi
tions of success in this soil and climate,
and left behind the good industrial max
ims of the cast. The result was a period
of chance experiment, one in which ex
travagant expectation and boasting to
some extent took the place of industry.
The imagination was heated by the nov
elty of such varied and rapid productive
ness. Men's minds were inflamed by the
apparently limitless possibilities. The in
valid and the speculator thronged the
transcontinental roads leading hither. In
this condition the frenzy of 18S0-7 was in
evitable. I saw something of it in the
winter of 18S7. The scenes then daily and
commonplace now read liko the wildest
freaks of the imagination.
The bubble collapsed as suddenly as it
expanded. Many were ruined, and left the
country. More were merely ruined in
their great expectations. The speculation
was in town lots. When it subsided it left
the climate as it was, the fertility as it was
and the valuo of arable land not reduced.
Marvelous as the boom was, I think the
present recuperation is still more wonder
ful. In 1S90, to bo sure, I missed the bustle of
tho cities and the creation of towns in a
week under tho hammer of the auctioneer.
But in all the cities and most of the vil
lages there has been growth in substantial
buildings and in the necessities of civic
life good sewerage, water supply and gen
eral organization; while the country, as
the acreage of vines and oranges, wheat
and barley, grain and corn and tho ship
ments by rail testify, has improved more
than at any other period, and commerce is
beginning to feel tho impulse of a genuine
prosperity, based upon the intelligent cul
tivation of the ground. School houses have
multiplied, libraries have been founded,
many "boom" hotels, built in order to sell
city lots in tho sage brush, have been
turned Into schools and colleges. Charles
Dudley Warner in Harper's.
neat or Cold Has No Effect on SnailV Eprs.
The snails' eggs are not so numerous nor
yet so microscopic as those of the eel. Their
claim to notoriety rests solely upon their
reputation for extraordinary vitality, which
claim, wcro it not for the testimony of
wmc eminent naturalists, would be beyond
belief. It is claimed for them thnt they
may be dedicated in a red hot furnace un
til reduced to minuteness barely visible,
aud that thoy will again regain their origi
nal bulk and dimensions upon being damp
ened; that then the young may be brought
forth successfully, as though the eggs had
never been molested. When it was found
that heat had no appreciable effect upon
them extreme cold was tried.
Dauber, of Stockholm, kept them frozen
in ice for eighteen months, yet they hatched
when removed as readily as if they had al
ways been in their native element. Next
artificial cold was tried. A phial of the
eggs was submitted to a temperature of
what would be equal to 100 clegs, below
the zero mark of Fahrenheit, still their vi
tality did not seem to be injured in tho
least. St. Louis Republic
Traveling 1" England.
"I find some errors prevalent here in
New York," an Englishman observed,
"about the cost of railway traveling in
England. Is is erroneous, for example, to
say that the third class carriages, which
carry passengers at the rate of a penny a
mile, according to law, are lacking in any
desirable comfort or convenience The
fact is that they arc satisfactory in every
way, and are kept in excellent condition
by careful servants. They are used by the
vast majority of our travelers and by the
mot respectable jeople of all classes and
both sexes. You can see in them, in every
train, business men and fashionable ladies,
as well as mechanics and others. When I
traveled with my family over Great Brit
ain we always took third clas fare, and we
never had rtsw-ou to recret it. The law re
quires that every passenger shall be pro
vided with a seat, and both thb law and
tho penny a mile law are enforced. There
is a saying iu Europe that only Americans
ami fools ride in the first edasa czrrfegea."
Now York Sen.
TWO STAGE R0B3ERS CAUGHT.
They Are Typical California Road Agents
an! Have Ball Records.
Two desperate California stage robbers
have been captured in Chicago. Both are
stained with crime, and one is an assassin.
They are Charles E'l'lm, alias Dorsey,
alias Moore, alias George H. Lee, and
George Shinn, alias Je Thompson. Tlie
arrests were effected bj a special agent of
the Wells-Fargo Expr is company and a
C. H. TIIORN. GEORGE EHINN.
number of Pinkerton detectives. Thorn
completed a third term in the California
state prison for stage robbery in 1878. He
then promised reformation, a promise he
did not keep, for the next year he and a
man named Patterson "held up" a stage
near Morris Flats, Cal., and killed one of
In 1S83 Patterson was caught at St.
Louis, taken to California and hanged.
Shortly after Thorn was arrested at Union
City, Ind., and though he was proven to be
the actual murderer he got a life sentence
instead of the death penalty. In 1SS7 Thorn,
in company with Shinn, who was serving
fifteen years for wrecking and robbing an
express train, escaped. No trace of them
was found until a few weeks ago, when
two stages were robbed by them at Morris
Flats. The authorities pressed hot on
their trail and finally located them at Chi
cago. KILLED BY A NEGRO.
A St. tonis Toliceman Shot Scad in
The other evening Officer Gaffncy, of the
St. Louis police force, found a crowd of
negroes engaged in an altercation on the
sidewalk in tront
of a saloon kept
by a mulatto
Stark. Ho ordered
the throng to dis
perse, and was
On arising he was
again, his princi
pal assailant being
The negroes then
OFFICER BRADT. ran into the sa
loon, and Gaff ney, after firing twice in the
air as a signal for aid, followed them. He
was attacked with billiard cues and shot
at, but made a good fight till his revolver
was emptied. Then he fell beneath an
overpowering crush of enemies.
At this moment three other policemen
appeared and "took a hand." They were
greeted with a volley and promptly re
sponded. Duncan was intrenched behind
the bar and shooting as fast as ho could
pull the trigger. Officer James Brady
made a dash for him and got a bullet
through tho heart. Brady's companions
finally won the battle, and secured Dun
can and two or three other rascals. The
prisoners were locked up and the dead of
ficer's body taken to his home. Brady bad
been four years on the force, was 28 years
old .ind leaves a wife and four children.
His murderer, Duncan, who was wounded
twice before he succumbed, is 27 years of
ngo and an extremely tough looking African-
TOO LITTLE TO PUNISH.
A Long; Branch Burglar Set Free- Be
cause Ho Is Only Seven Years Old.
James Travers is tho boy burglar of
Long Branch, N. J., and althongh but 7
years old is slicker than many a bigger
sized thief. Sinco
April he ha a
robbed the same
store three times.
His method was
to enter at about
the hour for clos
ing and conceal
person under a
counter. W h e n
everybody had left
he would ransack
the place and es
cape by means of the front door, which
fastened with a spring lock easily manipu
lated from the inside. The scheme worked
well twice. The third time it failed, for
when Jimmy tried to get away after filling
his pockets with small change and cigar
ettes he found that the door was held on
the outside by means of a big padlock.
While trying to overcome the difficulty the
youngster knocked down a lot of tinware
ind made such a noise that a policeman
appeared and took bim to tue lockup. He
protested against imprisonment, saying he
"was only 7 years old and too little." The
judge, when the case came to court, took
the same view, and let him go on his
mother's promise to send him out of town.
Swindling tho Xeiv York Janitors.
An old trick is being played anew by a
rascally flat hunter in jsew York city.
His man is to select a vacant apartment in
some fiat house aud enthueover it. When
he hears from the janitor tne name oi tue
owner ho immediately claims acquaint
anceship with him. He leaves to consult
his wife, and the next day turns up with a
check for an amount about $10 or $15 in
excess of the first month's rent. He de
sires the janitor to cash this check, which
is worthless, and hand him the change.
Of course the man never turns up after this
As to my dancing, it se.-ns to be a popu
lar imprtsuion abroad thai uiy legs do duty
for my voice Why, it was only the other
day that a friend of mine who saw me
shaking my leg--l had been laid up for
several days witlra boil on it innocently
inquired if I was "running the scales."
Dancing is not i mere matter of legs. The
audience not only watch the legs of a
favorite dancer, but they also observe his
eyes. The brain of dancing is in the eye.
The end of the dance that calls forth ap
plause depeuds more on the expression of
the face than on any movement of the feet.
The hands play as real a part in dancing
as the feet Francis Wilson in Kate Field's
European countries have built largo
numbers of torpedo iKVtU. Italy has now
about 200; England, 175; France, 150;
Russia, 130; Germany. 100. and Spain, 20.
On this side of the Atlantic th Argentin6
Republic has IS; Brasil, 15. and Chili. 10.
Of course you wish to know bow many our
own nation has. Well, we have one.
John M. Ellicott in St. Nicholas.
Cairo, Ills., boys are dciag a wholesale
business in sparrow. The bird make a
roost of an oid chimney in as abtuxloeed
houte. The bors have seeurtrd a ut, aad
after the birds go w roosi a. msni uxtf
spread the net ever the cney a tofi
Evrry morning thy have from 63 to SIB
sparrows, for which they get one and a
Take stage at Wharton for Stillwater,
Billy Snyder, proprietor. d4S
Tourist Excursions Sooth.
Tourist excursion tickets are again on
sale to points in Georgia, Florida and other
"winter resorts." The conditions and lim
its on these tickets are reasonable. For
full information call at 120 N. Main st.
E. E. Blecexey.
149tf P. and T. A. Missouri Pacific By.
The Roller Rink is now opened every
night. Special nights will be reserved for
parties. Music every Saturday night.
J dl52 6t
TV. C. T. U. National Convention.
The national convention of the W. C. T.
U. will be held at Atlanta, Ga. A rate of
one and one-third fares for the round trip
will be made on this occasion. For full in
formation please call at 120 N. Main st.
E. E. BLECKLEY,
149 tf P. and T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry.
Take your exercise at the Boiler Rink.
New Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railway Wichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. doS tf
"Where Rolls the Oregon."
California, Washington and Oregon are
having a "boom" on solid basis this year.
The country is fast filling up with farmers.
Business is lively in all branches. If you
happen to be one of the many who are
thinking of taking a trip to the Pacific
coast, for pleasure or business, write to G.
T. Nicholson, G. P. and T. A., A- T. & S.
F. R. R., Topeka, Kan., for Pacific coast
literature: or apply to local agent Santa Fe
route, 122 North Main street, or Union pas
senger station, corner Douglas and Fifth,
Hnd learn all particulars about personally
conducted parties. l3 tf
St. Louis express leaves Wichita at 2
o'clock p. m. Through sleeping and
chair car Wichita to St. Louis, via Mis
souri Pacific railwav. 107 tf
Look before you leap.
Flyer to St. Louis.
Take the Frisco
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cen
per hundred. 23tf
Three hours the
Quickest to St Louis
Missouri Pacific railway.
lilwav. 124 1
What line runs three through passenger
trains to St. Louis without change?
What line runs Pullman sleepers and
reclining chair cars morning and night to
The Frisco is the only line.
What line has the fast train toSt. Louis?
The Frisco, whose flyer leaves Wichita
at 2:23 p. m. daily, arriving in St. Louis at
7:30 the following morning.
Does this fast train connect with other
trains from St. Louis?
Why, certainly, with all east bound
trains in St. Louis union depot. d50-tf
For fine holiday photos see Brittingham
& Sawyer, 112 E. Douglas avenue. 148-12t
If you have a railroad ticket to sell or
want to buy a cheap ticket to any part of
the country, don't lail to call on W. H.
Baker, the ticket broker. Office in Man
hattan hotel. OStf
'otc the Importance ofThls.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running three daily trains between
Wichita and Kansas City and Wichita and
St. Louis. Morning train leaves Wichita
at 8:45 a. m.. arriving at Kansas City same
afternoon, Chicago next morning at 8
o'clock, and St. Louis 7:30 a. m. St. Louis
express leaves Wichita at 2 o'clock p. m.
with through Pullman sleeper and chair
car Wichita to St. Louis without change.
Night express leaves Wichita at 9:40 with
sleeper and chair car through to Kansas
City and St. Louis. This train also con
nects at Yates Center with the through
express for Little Rock, Ark., and Mem
phis, Tenn., via Fort Smith, Ark. If you
are going east, west, north or south, re
member you will save time and money by
going via the Missouri Pacific railway. It
is the short line to all points east and west,
St. Louis and Pueblo and Denver. For
information, Pullman reservations and
tickets to all parts of the globe, call at the
city ticket office, 120 North Main street, or
depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley,
i6 tf Passenger and Ticket Agt.
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The Wichita Eagle,
dTl tf Wichita, Kansas.
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Aderss the WichitaEAGLE, Wichita Kan,
Three trains daily in each direction
between Wichita and Kansas City, Wich
ita -and St. Louis, via Missouri Pacific
railway. 107 tf
Brittingham & Sawyer still leads in fine
photos. 112 E. Douglas avenue. 148-12t
Colorado short line, Missouri Pacific
railway, through car service to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver, Missouri
Pacific railway. do8 tf
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
alwnys be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, alleys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the beat
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-fivecents a
bottle. Used by millions of mothers.
d64 tf w46 tf
St. l.oiili to Colorado t! Wichita.
Commencing Sunday, July 13.1890, the
Missouri Pacific railway will run through
sleeping cars from St. Louis via Pleasanc
Hill, Rich Hill, Fort Scott and Wichita to
Gcneseo and from thence to Pneblo. Colo
rado Springs and Denver. This change
rn made on amount of a creat manv neo-
I pie from the east goincto Colorado being
desirous oi going via lcima. xiie train
will stop here two hours, giving all a
chance to view the "Peerless Princess" and
still land nassentrers in Colorado same
i ... BD t , . u"... V;H Kmiw? Pitv
j jt gives the citizens of Wichita sleep-
i mz car service from Hereto coioraao. ite-
tnmincr it mrroa Tia ThrOIlCm S PPIliniT CMX
service frichita toSt Louis, and gives the
Colorado people a chance to go east via
Wichita. This change will undoubtedly
be appreciated by the traveling pubhc.and
especially by the citizens of Wichita. If
vou are going east or west go via the pop
ular new through route. Through chair
and sleeping car service. New route just
completed between Fort Scott and Rich
Hill goes through the finest mineral and
.tfrfoiiltural conntrv in the weat. Don't
forcet the new short line to St. Louis or
City ticket office, 120 North Mam street,
40-tf E. E. BLECKLEY. P. & T. A.
Take the Frisco Fiver at 2:25 p. m. to St.
Louis fair, it is the fastest train in and out
of this country aa the time will show.
The Santa Fe is the short line Pneblo, to
Colorado Sprincs and Denver. Note the
time: Leave AVichita 4:10 p. m.. arrive
Pueblo 6:35 a. m.. arrive Colorado Springs
7:40a. m., arrive Dener 10:30 a. m. Tbrongh
Pullman chair car and dining car service.
Are you going west? Are you going
east If so. take the Great Rocfc Island
Finest accommodations and lowest rates
to all points. City ticket office, 100 Eat
Douglas avenue, corner 3Iain street.
Has it ever occured to you that the
Santa Fe route has a very fast train to
Chicago and the east leaving Wichita at
12:40 noon, arriving in Chicago the next
morning, making all eastern connections.
It is a fact. d 50-tf
Chicago express via the Missouri Pacific
railway, leaver Wichita at S:45 a m. Chi
cago next morning s o'clock. Missouri
Td3c railway. 17 tf
This office is prepared to fnrnteh all the
blank which are o?rd in connection with
pnc up homesteads in OfctatHWw. We
Coon j. blanks, which are tfa oly
blanks printed that have been apprised by
the land coaimiialoaer at W aahinston.
Grand : Guessing '- Contest
GROWS MORE INTERESTING EVERY DAY.
PRESENTS HUUliLllH I HlU
Thousands of guesses at the beans in the jars. Bear in mind
with every 50 eent purchase you get a guessing coupon. A grand
opportunity to buy goods cheap and get a chance to win one of out
elegant prizes, worth from 20.00 to 90.00 each.
A Bare Chance for a First-Class
We will sell all, or a part
of our stock, and give our
good will and aid the purch
aser on line of credit as
shown by our books. We
desire to sell, as our object is
to engage in the wholesale
hardware business in Wich
ita at an early date. Call on
us at 110 E. Douglas Ave.,
Wichita, Kansas, or address
us at same place.
Trimble Bros. &Threlkeld
L Yard. Ml west DotigUx
Branch office 127 North Main. Telephone 192. dlKtt
Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 Per Day.
M. Stewart, Owner and Prop.
J. E. Koher, Clerk.
C O. PAGE & CO
Sole Agents for the
, .Cook Stoves,
Newest , Designs, Best Mountings,
Smoothest Castings. The Favo-
xites have no evnal. See
518 East Douglas Avenue.
Announcement to Publishers.
The A, N. Kellogg Newspaper company
have purchased the business of the ich
ita Newspaper Union and will formally
take possession at an early day. It is tho
intention of the Kellogg company to con
siderably increase the existing facilities of
the Wichita house, and within thirty days
or less they expect to be turning out ready
print here in all respects equal to that
supplied by their Chicago. St. Louis and
Kansas City houses dl51 6t
Take the Frisco flyer to St. Louis and
the cast. It leaves Wichita at 2:23 p. m.
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
At the Roller Rink lots of fun. New
ikates and musio dl52 6fc
Peep Water Conrentlon at Galreston. Texa.
The above meets at Galveston, Texas,
Nov. 20 and 21. The Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe will sell excursion tickets at one
lowest first class fare Nov. 18 and 19 with
final limit until Dec 16. Tickets are good
for stopover returning. For further in
formation apply to the undersigned at 122
North Main street, or Union passenger
station. Fifth and Douclas ave.
W. D. MUP.DOCJC,
dloltf D. P. A., Wichita.
An ETen Climate.
New Mexico is noted as having one of
the most equable climates in the world
Sudden changes ot temperature are almost
unknown. It is an ideal place for winter
residence. Very low excursion rates to
Las Veeas Hot Springs, where the cele
brated Montezuma hotel is located. It
doe not cost much to run over from Hot
Springs to Santa Fe, the capital of Nfw
Mexico, noted for its many scenic attrac
tions. Inquire of local agent of San U Fe
,t v2 North Main street, or union
passenger station, or address G T Nichoi- j
Sen, U. if. K J.. A., iupct4. rausas, iuj
copy of New Mexico folder, just issued
Brittingham & Sawyer are turotaz out
finer ohotos than ever. 112 E. Douglas
Tcree Tnroosh Train. r
Two night, one morning. Kansas City to
Chicago. Unefcanta reroute. t-ii
Excoraions via the Sasta Ye. Kent.
Semi-annnal meeting of Kansas Traders
association at Concordia. Kas.. Nov 22,
one and one-third fare on certificate plan.
Denver. Colo., Nov. II to 22, the general
assembly of the Knights of Labor, one and
one-third fare on certificate plan. Ottawa.
Kan , Nov. 27 to 29. Southeastern Teachers'
association, one and one-tbird fare on cer
tificate plan. W. D. MffEDOKK.
d 151 tf D. P. A., Wichita.
If vou are going to any point north or
cart "be re and take the Great Hock
Lsland train that leaves Wichita eTery day
at 555 a. m. and reaches Kansas City
o'clock the same day aad Chicago jrlr
t he next morning. Remember the Rock.
Iand Route is the only line betvrrea
Wichita and Chicago on which ytw do boc
have to chase true. Evening train
learea Wichita at Ifc&o p. SB. Hty urfct
office 100 H Douglas avenar. coraer Mln
street. C. A. BtmiXroso.
111-tf , TidLctAjft.
Our unloading Slaughter Sale on Suits, Overcoats
and Furnishing Goods will be continued as advertised in
last Sunday's Eagle.
226 and 228, CORNER LAWRENCE AND DOUGLAS AVES.
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY.
158 N Main, Corner First St.
DISEASES OF W OMI- N Dr lerriU has niil
diseases of wonn-n a si'ec'alfy for thoimst twenty
yean and lhea to statu that ho 1mu11 lue late in
struments biitteriev, elfKlrodee, etc.. for Uielr suc
cessful treatment, inuudlnir fibroid tumors, dis
placements, enlargements, yrolapgu. ulceration,
Ieucorrhaea, dleaesof the ovarlr. puliirul. lrrtfu
Iar or profuse menstratlon. etc Dr Tcrrlll uaa re
cently spent Mtveral months In the larae boapltalu
of tneea&t in lue special Muuy o eiciiricuy uuuis
the only physician In tho outowet thoroughly
familiar with Its scientific application
.MiKVOL'S DlhliAShS-Dr Tcrrlll vrlstes to
call tho attention of tnoi,e uff ertcc from nerrou
diseases, parolys's, nervous prostration, rtc, to tho
tioSdcrlul curatlre effects to bo derired Iromriec-
Mate that ho makes the application of electricity In
trlcity when oentltlcaJ.y appiieu ami ueires w
nervous dlsees a ypeclal
feature of hi practice.
Tho iivtnr hoi th ifnrtt nftr cell diamond carbou
balttry ever seen In Ibb west and all the appliance
especially acopted to the trentmeut of lost manhood
or seminal weakne v;hkh be quickly ana perman
ently cures by the aid of electricity.
I'ATAKWll Every Caw? of catarrh Is curable If
properly treated. Dr. Tcrrlll uses Halleya new
SKIN DISEASES of all kind cured when others
I'lI.Ks. KISTCIjA and all rectal dUoa. cured.
No knife no pain. A cure (rnaranteed.
LUhTliKAl. STKlt'IlKli quickly and per
manently currd b electrolyi. NocuUfnt', no pain,
no money until t ured
LHKOML IHsUASFS-Brancnhls. asthma. hay
fever, all throat and lunc trouble. drp-pl. dis
eases of the bowels, hean and liver rnuinatbm.
dropsy, brlchts disease. Madder, k dnry and ureii
arr dfeaf et, blood poison and private dleais.
SYPHILIS That drtad dlM- of mankind
quickly and permanently cured by tho new trekt
m"iit without the polMJnouii drug of day gone by.
Jledlclno sent to all parta of the country. Consul
oatlnfree. send for l"bktILU ft
$2 TO S3 PER DAY.
m us Hiwisa
Fine Casairacre and Worsteds PnLi irorth $5.00, $C.OO, 7.0O, kofee
Heavy Storm Klnr Overcoat, -worth 2.00. only l.?5. Children BoUa. 4 1 IS,
worth ?2JrO, only 98r. IIavy undvrshirf ad drawern vrorth ,
oaly 23e. Boyn and merui cap, worth SOe, ow ij. At
S. GOLDSTEIN JR.
422 EasD Doucrlas Avenue.
St HOI OS OIIIJST AND AUHWT-Olva
special attrntlou to 1 seanes of the eye, inoludiotf
the sclei trlc Adjustment of cUwc to cofreot Im
A'l Kit AC!
I A'l KK.UT removed aad alcht rritornd to many
who have Iobit been totally btln
a been totally blind.
tKOSSm KS straightened. In many eaatawtth.
t.UA L'IATK0 I.IDS and all form of soro eye
quietly cured. ArllSdal rjt Uarrted.
J ivA t h- A II t urable ca w promptly ourod.
GI.iASSl-.y- Only tLowwBulmtohad special train,
in? should attempt to Ctctarsr, I'-st they dotb
patient more harm than cood 31 any eas of
nervouane. irritability. Insomnia, headache. vr.
tlgo aad Miemlnir stupidity In thlldrrnara doe ti
defective vision and ato rimovd at ow by tb ap
dllcatlon of pruper gle If cxhi have pale In Uio
eye balls, orbits. tniple or fi.reaead. tf tbo oyM
water, if Uio Wtr run tc-Uir when reading-. It
ever thine swims or broom dim whan aUempunj
to u Ui ey for a very short line, tbare laom
fault In i he orj.-an of night which can b rllvd by
tho Application of proper (flaw. A faw have o
unnleosont locllDifs but cannot sen as wll as tnlr
frlonds. "luch prsuns mewt always wear a frowrw
lnejpreion which U conspicuous and dtaflcur
111 eMclaIly tn yoa.ic ladl CHbrs -orupUla ot
pln intolerance of lift I wttb irrttatton of yA
Specially by artllkial Tight All ixvh can bo rtllev
ed by Hie sc-rntllVc adjul0)nt ot iriu,
A A ohM-.ltAI. sl ItMMiN Lw Furdyhsano
superior in !! XHilhwiat. kavtnft )ty rljrned
thocbairof urWT lath" Wu-blt MrJlc! (U
In ofdr to dot his n'lro Um to fata specialties
which lbetoae deformlUca. rt foot, ourra.
ture of tbe spine, kip )oal tttMes. wblu
swelling tiiivw nt btt, ntacar tamer,
old sores uitfs. bre Up, vartei,
bjdtoclle, eolaruM glaftds, stone to Madder. Pl'eo.
fjattla. dtseas" of tao ki. kklnays aaI urinary
UKKMA OK JlltKKCH cured by an caUroty
ConaUtton al .laBUfree r
J. B. HOLLIDAY
WICHITA . GROCERY.
All G oodn IVarrantciL
Tel. 205. 121 K Dout1m
Bhould you insure with the Connecti
cut Mutual Lire Inwuranae Co?
BFCAUSE it iwdstslu a hlrsUdrdof rearro
than y otk'r coa?ay
BM at;E Jt y oasa 4st4s very year.tfco
elVnjr oraAc at at . a4 yvwtU m f er.
fe' ' are of oy strt of peas).
HI' At'fBKhs for UtrVf-ttmr jn pt Urzr
dividend tB ay otter eooaaasjy
UK' ACHE nsars. Utm p-r. a tarter
cash vsrrir vahn.. for net prasolsjsn fraiS. tfcaa
any oUr company
BB( AVs)K overy roaa that rd tea KzgUtk
laaiiut Ca n4nrtajd Ma trmttnU.
tor rtber rutut awl ol yMMr. A
drrM, rlvraz Vu f Met
WALTKIt H. OIIAVEH,
1C1 N 3Iatu U, rf'ichfta, KB.
cuor to Keter A vraMai, VrnmtM. eer&or
t DositU aid Ttka Aim.
I a rsU stock at Tfeek Drsr. CkwtoU mtJL Kl-c--
wsmsny oa Lustf. A tirr Ur aaA U
rinat aofet T4Ut ArtW.i d OrazrbU
yt-yty i)isa snratirs m ;Stfolii sC,
mrxxr ye ta lo U uitmtA. Ur H tf. 'WaJUe
v .a etoLTfvt too ptMlt0 4ynmsJL
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