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lire WLitMiix gaily, gagle: Saturday ffctomittg. gettmbtv 6, I 390.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
The "jVoTjutton" night shirt for men
with "nowives" is our lntcst
Good Tliiiis1. Going
like hot cakes.
Jfierht robes, just the thinp for those
cold -winter nights, cost $1.25; and an
elegant embroidered front gown for
61.00. Great line of gloves. See our
51.25 -walking glove's.
ii 1117" TIip. Ifflffpp and Halwiklipr.
149 N MAIN ST.
I.. M. CHAWJ oiil). Mnnrag
F"Street cars at the door after each pet formance.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER G.
The LItt!o Electric Magnet,
Supported by the Xatural Actor.
CITAUIjES r, MOHTilSOX,
And his company of Comedians Sincere and Danc
crs, in the Great fcensatioual Comedy,
The Fireman's Ward!
SEE THE G11EAT FINE SCEXE.
Charming Music !
SEE THE GItEAT ENGINE-ROOM SCEXE.
Pee the maraoth tank containing ."P-WO gallons of
water, ni-,0 tho beautiful lull rig ball Yalcli.
(Fnralrfied by the Deam Abstract Co.
The following transfers of real estate
wero Hied for record in the office of the
register of deed.
Susan McCoskey to N F Van Dusen
1 35 Wn ter street Elpaso w d
D O Williams to C 11 Noble .'J3 35 37
39 Chautauqva ave Spanenburgor's
sub-dir w d
J T Dotsey to Z Tuttle an undivided
interest in Swans addition to Wich
ita w d
S J Gibbons to John P McKce, 12
blk41 Mount Hope wd
Rufus Cone shf to Bradley, Wheeler
& Co. 122 124 120 128 130 132 134 1SG
avenue F motor line Secoc addi
tion shf d
TV B Beebe to Emma C Carleton neV
se V scl-4 1 29 2 cast q cd '.
Mary E Bibb to Caroline Woodrow
51 53 55 Lee avenue Tracy & Bvers'
addition to Clearwater, w d
L P Reynolds to A Disantz wf 2
Lawrence ave Zimmerly add. . .."...
A T Fletcher to Alliance Trust Co 10
12 14 Ida ave Hyde add
Jennie Ranch to Anna Brown 1 3
Osago ave West Wichita
U 23 blk 3 Rapid Transit add . .No cons'n
i Brown to Jennie Ranch 1 3
Anna uve West Wichita
Mfclaucert. fcCormick add ... .
-------,-, -- -iuiit.1 wursn 1 w
Roller skating to iK"s!c n tho rh H
night Don't forget it. . 1 l 1
The Tidal "Wave
And can't be viewed in any other Clothing Establishment in the city. T)ur price3
loosen the purse strings of the closest buyers, and our goods please everyone. From
the finest tailor madeto the best of every day Tvear, we can suii your eveiy want.
Come early if you want the pick of the stock, for goods are moving out by the
Mothers, This Way Please, for B
Men's "Working Pants 62c: better ones 97a 4-ply Linen Collars oc
Heavy Seamless Cotton Sox oc. Heavy Yfool Sox 9c or 3 for 25c.
Men's and Boys Caps ISc. Heavy Men's Suspenders Sc. Under
shirts 17c. Heavy all wool Undershirts and drawers 33c.
Our sizes are still regular, but each day will see them more broken.
Don't delay but take them by the forelock.
M c i
Ch'lfirrn stilt. 4 to 12
rerr, plented front ami
lo k. irth ti tmom
r, McnttM Ii-ont aim
V.. irth i tmom
J r re Ek A hniid--orao
lrernt ctven 'with each
C!i -is J t
X. B. A MCE LIVE TURKEY OE A SACK OF EL0UK. will be!
eiveu away with each Suit or Overcoat, . ...
U S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Tonight there will be music at the rink
and everybody is invited to have a good
time. 17 1
Take notice that I have asked the pro
bate judge of Sedgwick county, Kansas, to
grant me a druggist's permit to sell in
toxicatiug liquors for medical, mechani
cal and scientific purposes only, at 728
EHst Douglas avenue, in the city of
Wichita. Said matter will be heard by
said judge on the 24th day of 'December,
1S9 . D. TV. Tanner, Pharmacist.
Wichita, Kan., Nov. 20, lb90. d4-4t
Buy your coal of Hnrrisou & Pool
oflice and vard First and Fifth avenue.
Telephone 271. dl2tf
New Dlnins Car ScxtIcc.
Hereafter passengers leaving Wichita
on the .Missouri Pacific fast thiough train
at2p. m., for St. Louis or points east of
Fort Scott, will enjoy the benefit of hav
ing .supper served in a dining car at Fort
Scott at 7:25 p. m. Likewise passengers
leaving St. Louis at 8:20 p. m. will be
served breakfast at 7:20 a. m. in the same
way. Thus is the "Pleasant Hill route"
becoming more popular daily with the
travelling public. K. E. Bleckxev,
Passenger and r reignt agent,
Missouri Pacific Railway.
120 North Main, d6 tf
Are Von Going to
Topcka, Leavenworth, Atchinson, St.
Joseph, or Kansas City, take the 8:45 a. m.
train on the Santa Fe, it runs solid and
airives at Kansas City 5:30 p. m. dl2-tf
Big sale of Eucliing.
Big sale of Gloves.
Big sale of Kandkfs.
Big sale of Mufflers.
Big sale of Millinery
Bis: sale of Cloaks
All Toys will be on Display
GL0BL 4J8 E Doodas Ar
of Popular Appreciation
Suit $1.62: better ones $2.78. All wool worsted 8478.
Mens Overcoats 1.5S; better ones $2.S5. A fine, heavy Overcoat
and "be Coin vine eel.
S. GOLDSTEIN, JR.
422 E Douglas Avenue.
A Benevolent Sluger.
The principal singer of the great theatre
at Lyons one day observed a poor woman,
with her four children, begging in the
Btreet. Her decent and respectable appear
ance, in the midst of extreme poverty, in
terested the kind hearted vocalist. He de
sired the poor woman to follow him into
the Place Bellour, where, placing himself
in a corner with his back to the wall, his
head covered with his handkerchief and
his hat at his feet, he began to sing his
most favorite opera airs. The beauty of
his voice drew a crowd round; the idea of
some mystery stimulated tho bystanders,
and five franc pieces fell in showers into
When tho singer, who had thus in the
goodness of his heart transformed himself
into a street minstrel, thought he had
enough, he took up the hat, emptied its
contents into the apron of the poor woman,
who stood motionless with amazement and
happiness, and disappeared among the
crowd. His talent, however, betrayed him,
though his face was concealed; the story
spread, and the next evening when he ap
peared on the -stago shouts of applause
from all parts of the house proved that a
good action is never thrown away. New
Addresses of Correspondents.
Whoever has lost a valuable hour or two
in hunting for old letters in order to find a
necessary address which a correspondent
has carelessly neglected to give, and has
not lost his temper, is gifted with a rare
degree of patience. In these busy days no
person has a moral right to levy upon the
time of another by writing a letter upon a
sheet which does not contain the printed
address of the writer. When people ap
preciate this truth it will be a sure sign of
the dawning of the millennium.
Until then wo must endure the evil with
the best grace possible, and devise such
means of individual relief as we can. I
find much assistance in an indexed blank
book. As soon as I read a letter containing
an address down goes the address into my
book, and though my correspondent writes
me a dozen times and never again gives
me his address he cannot compel me to
waste my time going over files of old let
ters. The same is true of all addresees
which I desire to preserve for future refer
ence. No consideration would induce mo
to dispense with this to me necessity.
The Indian of Canada.
Canada appears to have practically solv
ed the Indian question. Instead of that
"disappearance before the advance of tho
white man" which seme theorists find it
convenient to represeLt as inevitable, they
increase in number in the eastern prov
inces, while even in tho far northwest
they show a tendency to adopt tho meth
ods tf civilization. A striking token of
progress is tho fact that 2,000 more chil
dren are at this time in the Indian schools
in Manitoba and tho territories than were
receiving instructions in 1SS1, and the
number is stated to bo increasing. The ef
fect of this increasing contact with civil
izing influences is shown in the improve
ment in their dwellings, tho gradual
abandonment of many of the old heathen
celebrations, such as the "Sun Dance,"
etc., and the increasing number who stay
on tho reserves and endeavor to get some
thing out of their land. Chicago Herald.
A commission of Frmch experts has de
cided that the best n eans of rapidly re
frigerating viands and preserving them at
a low temperature cot sists in spreading a
refrigerating liquid o 'cr a mass of coke.
The air, striking the mass, is chilled by
contact and is then conveyed to the stor
Medicinal preparations from the euca
lyptus tree are comi lg into notice Tho
fluid extract is used in scalp and skin dis
eases, aud has proved effectual in destroy
ing the bacteria of t-i MDelatous affections.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
has made the
, I fa 5 I f 1' 'fa IT
I have just received a new and complete
line of frames for holiday portraits. Rog
ers, The Photo. tU2-6t
Free Talking Dolls
With $5 sales. Warren's, shoes, milli
nery. No. 232 Main. !6 3
Fine Playing Cards.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastiim. rmnorol ticket and Dassen-
ger agent Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific.
railway, ior a pack Ol tue latest, amootu
est, slickest phiying cards that ever glad
dened the eyes and rippled along the ling
ers of the devotee to High-Five, Seven-Up,
Casino, Dutch, Euchre, Vhist or any other
ancient or modern game, and get your
money's worth five times over. . 16 tf
Millinery H Off
At Warren's, 232 Main.
Tourist EirnrMomi Sonth.
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 X. Main st.
E. E. BLECKLET.
149tf P. and T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry.
2sev Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railway Wichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. d53 tf
It Is Painted Red.
The Kansas Citv and Wichita special
f train via the Santa Fe runs without
change of any class, and has in its equip
ment a new reclining palace chair car
which is free. 13 tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The Wichita Eagle.
dl tf Wichita, Kansaa.
The Santa Fe's new vestibuled train,
leaves Wichita 10 a. m.. arrives at Chicago
next morning at 8:50. This is the fastest
time made to Chicago. About fifty miles
the shortest line, and CU3 miles the best
line to Chicago. dl2-tf
Look before you leap. Take the Frisco
Flyer to St. Louis. dll3-tf
"Wliero 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
cojist, for pleasure or business, write to G.
T. Nicholson, G. P. and T. A., A. T. & S.
F. It. R., Topeka, Kan., for Pacific coast
literature; or apply to local agent SantaFe
route, 122 North Main street, or Union pas
senger station, corner Douglas and Fifth,
and learn all particulars about personally
conducted parties. 139 tf
Old papers for pale at this office 25 cen
per hundred. 28tf
ote the Importance of This.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running three daily trains between
Wichita and Kaunas City and Wichita and
St. Louis. Morning tram leaves Wichita
at S:43 a. m.. arriving at Kansas City sahie
afternoon, Chicago next morning at 8
o'clock, aud St. Louis 7:80 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 traid also con
nects at Yates Center with the through
express for Little Rock, Ark., and Mem-
i.:, n' ..: t . o...:.i. i. Tr ..
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 est,
St. Louis and Pueblo and Denver. For
information. Pullman reservations and
tickets to all parts of the globe, call at tLe
city ticket oflice, 120 North Main street, or
depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley,
CC tf Passenger and Ticket Agt.
Kansas Cit3" and Chicago leaves Wichita
S:45 a. m., arrives at Kansas City 3 o'clock
p. m., Chicago next morning at S o'clock.
Colorado express leaves Wichita at 3:15
p. m., arriving at Pueblo for breakfast and
Denver for dinner. Chair cars and Pull
man sleeping cars through to Denver, via
the Missouri Pacific railwav. 107 tf
Take stage at Wharton for Stillwater;
Billy Snyder, proprietor. d4S tf
Excursions via the Santa Ke Reute.
Semi-annual meeting of Kansas Traders'
association at Concordia. Kas., Nov. 22,
one and one-third fare on certificate plnn.
Denver, Colo., Nov, II to 22, the general
assembly of the Knights of Labor, oue and
one-third fare on certificate plan. Ottawa,
Kan., Nov. 27 to 29, Southeastern Teachers'
association, one aud one-third fare on cer
tificate plan. W. I), Murdokk,
d 151 tf D. P. A., Wichita.
Who is the 3Ian?
Having the management of the Wichita
Bic3-cle company to which I wish to de
vote my time, 1 offer my stock of groceries
for sale, new, neat and clean, well located,
doing a good cash business; in fact, the
most attractive stock in Wichita. A good
chance for a live rustling grocer.
J. T. DORSET,
224 North Main.
Truly aJlodcrn Jnotatlon.
The Santa Fe's Chicago vestibuled ex
press, which leaves WTichitaat 10 a. in. ar
rives at Kansas City at 9 p. m ; Chicago
next morning S:50. No change of anj
class from Newton. Free reclining libran
chair cirs, vestibuled coaches, Pullman
palace sleeping and dining cars. d!2tf
W. C T. I". National ConTcntlon.
The nntional convention of the W. C. T
U. will be held at Atlanta, G.i. A rate of
one and one-third fare-- for the round trip
will lie made on this occasion. For full in
formation please call at 120 N Main st.
E E BlECKLET,
149 tf P. and T. A Missouri Pacific Ry.
otlce to Depositors.
Please present your sav.nys pis? books
at our counter between Dec 1 and 10 for
the entry of the Mmu-annunl interest.
Savings Bank of Wichita
d4-17t C. E. CURTIS, Cashier.
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Aderss the WichitaEAGLE. Wichita Kan
Three 'ihronch Trains.
Two night, one morning. Kansas City to
Chicago. Tho Eanta Fe route. 43-tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trarv, the Fri-co line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Trj it. 50 tf
Ixm Railroad Jlstrs tor the Holldiys.
The Missouri Pacific railway greets all
its friends ith a wich for the merriest
Christmas and the happiest New Year,
and take pleasure in offering i:restly re
duced round trip rates to enable them to
visit their friends at any point on this
road, not over auO mile distance. Tickets
are on sale Dec. 24. 25 and 31 and Jan. 1.
good to return until Jan. 10 For tickets
and all further information, apply to your
local ticket agent. 10 tf
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 tfttf
This office L prepared to furnish all the
bhak which re ud m conaectioa wu.
proving np bomtMesds in Oklahoma. Wr
n Coop-, Hank, which are Ue oulj
tttanks printed shut have leen approved b,
tbe land cOuiEii-iouerat WaabtB-iow.
We have for sale at this otitee a sectioaal
map of what k known as tkr Cherokee
oaUt. to-fclber with n vamp ai India ter
ritory, Okiboma aod Indian reer
vstfen SS3CS7, ob paper S1-5 printi-d oo
cloth 3L Ktt
rrrv J - '
A &&aia)iskaeri9h is? a . eoUk-
tjc tb- Ma f C rfw. pa twO tm
iwtdte boueiesv iwt-i. A eiKS,M:,Jrs5
ini1VTfi I..v a ME-- E5r. CiSNCU
xi til e3c let a oca w-ci. I
Three trains daily In each direction
between Wichita and Kansas City, "VS i ch
Ita and St. Louis, via Missouri Paci fie
railway. 107 n
Take the Frisco flyer to St. Louis xnd
the east. It leaves' Wichita. at 255 p. m.
St. Louis exoress leaves Wichita at 2
o'clock p. m. Through sleeping and
chair car Wichita to St. Louis, via Mis
souri Pacific railway. 107 t
St. .Louis to Colorado Tla "Wichita.
Commencing Sunday, July 13.1690, the
Missouri Pacific railwav will run through
sleeping cars from St. "Louis via Pleasant.
Hill, Rich Hill, Fort Scotc and Wichita to
Gene3eo and from thence to Pueblo. Colo -rado
Springs and Denver. This changu
was made on account of a great many peo
ple from the ea.st goine to Colorado being'
desirous of going via Wichita. The train
will stop here two hours, giving all n.
chance to view the "Perlesi. Princess" andi
still land passengers in Colorado samti
time as if they had gone via Kansas City
It also gives the citizens of Wichita Bleep
ing car service from here to Colorado. Re
turning. It givefe us through, sleeping car
serviceWichita to St. Louis, and gives tho
Colorado people a chance to go east via
Wichita. This change will undoubtedly
be appreciated by the traveling public.aod
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
agricultural country in the west. Don't
forget the new short line to St. Louis or
City ticket oflice, 320 North Main street,
4tMf. E. E. BLECKLET. P. & T. A.
Note Change of Tone.
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 &43 a m.,
arriving at Chicago (via Kansas City) at 8
o'clock next moraine. This makes the
. fastest trains for both Sc Louis And Chi-
,cago. Pullman sleepers and chair cars
throogh to fat. Louis without change.
No change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and St. Louis via the "New Mis
ouri Pacific short line." d5S tf
Three hours the quickest to St. Louis
Missouri Pacific railway. 124 tf
What line runs three through passenger
trains to St. Louis without change?
Vhat line runs Pullman sleepers and
reel!. ting chair cars morning and nig'at to
The Frisco is tho only line.
WhK line has the fast train to St. LJouis?
Thp. r risco. whose fiver leaves "W 'ichita
at 2:25 p. m. daily, arriving in St. Louis at
7:80 the A llowing morning.
Does thik ' fat train connect with other
trains from St. Louis!
Why, cer ninly, with all east bound
trains in St. 'ouls union depot. d50-tf
If you are go. :ng to any point north or
east be sure itd take the Great Rock
Island train that leaves Wichita every day
at 855 a. m. and reaches Kansas City .1
o'clock the same day and Chicago early
the next morning. Remember the Rock
Tsland Route is the only line betweeu
Wichita and Chicae " on which you do not
have to change tra ins. Evening train
leaves Wichita at 9:5!.' p. m. City ticket
office 100 E. Douglas a venue, corner Main
fctreet. C. A Rutheckord,
Hl-tf Ticket Agt.
Take the Frisco Flyer at 2:25 jx. m. to St.
Louis fair, it is the fastest train 'in and out
of this country at Che time will show.
Chicago express via the "Missouri Pacific
railway, leaves AVicluta at 8:43 a m. Chi
cago next morning S o'clock. Missouri
VaciSc railway. 107 tf
A Bare Chance fo,v a First-Cla-is
"We will sell all, ccr a part
of our stock, ana' give our
good will and aid tftbe purch
aser on line 'or ciceait as
shown by our books. We
desire to sell, as. our object is
fn Pno-no-A in tlift "vrholpsalp
hardware business vji Wich
ita at an early date. Call on
us at 110 E. Dougl ns Ave.,
Wichita, Kansas, or address
us at same place.
Tbdible Bros. & Threlkeld
We are not Goins Out of Business.
Rut will Close Out Cloal.s, Bonnets,
Abtracan and Dress Xining
at Half Price.
Trimmed and nntr mined hattwillbe sold Atles
thnn thirty cent on the dollar. Fuie yarns sue!.
a Heur do l.. I topia, Oernmntnwn, Shetla id
Wool and Klo, Berlin Zepbjrs test Imported,
'-enora and standard '-mono. Ico Vool. Falr
Zephvr and ( and all kinds of fancrsoixl!i
maurlalb on hand at reasonable- prices, at 153 2iorlh
ilaln fctreut. . ,....
MP.S. M. E. KLEJfTZ.
Should you insure with the Connecti
cut Mutual Life Insurance Co?
BFCAt'SK it maintains a ui3ier standard of reerv
than any other company
BtCAVtE it pay tah dlridends eTery ar. thn
Clin? insurance at net coc and permits no foi
feitnre of any part of premium.
BEf-AUEithas for forty-four years paM larger
dividends than any other company.
BhCAUPE it cuarantt. on llfn policies, a larcer
cah nrrendr Talue, for net premium paid, than
any other company
Bht'Al'SE every man thai can read the EtEllsb
language can understand Its contracts.
For farther reason and sj-eoloon policies, ad
dress, clvlne date of Mrth.
WALTER IT. GRAVES.
151 Main St., lVichita, Kan.
400 EAST DOUGLAS AVE.
In addition to a full and moitcompleto (
stock of drupd you can now And ax.
eleirant aasortment. 01 tionaa '":
tie.-. comprLsinsr an enniei-.s Tanety 01
u.-efnl and beautiful articles too uum
crous to claaity.
Prices the modt reasonable.
0. 0. PAGE & CO
Sole A cents for the Celebrated
Heating. Cook Stoves, Earies,
, JV' FasortSs ba a epss.
51S Eat Douglas Avenue
Brxici c2c OS Ssnt Vta. Tetejiffso tn. T
49 Cents f $1.00
lS-inch plush, regular price 75c. Sample line or silk mitts.
39 Cents , ,
40-Inch black BriUiantines, good 19 OentS
valne at 50c. Heavy Merino ribbed vesta.
54-inch ladies cloth, extra -worth. QQ CentS
- All -wool cashmcro ribbed Tests.
All linen towels. j TARGET OUR
ah linen piLHweL 16x32. M Mi Enterprise !
T , "" v-'yJ-,-i'-3 Every 50c purchase entitles you to a.
Large size Damask towels, cheap at guess. A clianco to get one of our val
25 cents. uable prizes.
Our unloading Slaughter Salo on Suits, Overcoats
and Furnishing Goods will be continued as advertised in
last Sunday's Eagle.
22G and 228, CORNER LAWRENCE AND DOUGLAS AVES.
SELLING OUT AT COST
Going Out of Business!
Bankrupt Stock, Etc!
(V"" No fakir's tricks w Ith u" We urn polling goods upon thflr merits. Thcnrw eroefcrrr ttor hat
-. . poods that defy competition, nil tho following prices will show- Cup and iuur 40c per t
plntes. 7-in. 40c prr set, table tumblpri2lc per; t, lamp chimneys be each. 10 pie m Kngllih printed toilet
set tZ.; decorated raw lamps with American duplex burner $2 75. luill and llt.Mry lamp the lariat
line in the city trom J2.50 to J20 CO; Engllch porcelain underglure decoration, litl drc dinner Mt IU.0
l: n. Leonard's celebrated Vienna C hina dinner sets 116 pieces 130,10.
HUSE & CHARLTON CROCKERY COMP'Y,
220 Jf Main Street, Wichita, Kansaa.
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY,
158 N Main, Corner First St.
I)IhASf Of HlfN l)r 7err.ll has msde
dleacs t.f women a fiet.alty frr thr tt twenty
yrars and w!slic to state that he bar dilthe late In.
Mruments Uitttrios, eletrod. ei .for their Uo
ceksful treatment, irxiuglm: nbrold tonim. dl.
pljcem,nt, eulm-frments. pro4apu, ttlrratlws,
Teucorrbaea. diH-a'isof the orarln. jwJnful. Irreji
lar or profuse inenM ration, tc lr Trrnll ba re
ently cjtiil M-veral months in th lars hwptiaU
rtbeeaU in the )hm In -tody f e rttrUitj Htfl li
the only ptiysinan IB the ruathwrst tLoroucniy
familiar THh ll I'ntlftc apnitratlcio
.-MiltVOlN Jil-hASl.s. In Irrrlll wte lo
rail the attention ot l)x) MiCrrini: trom nT'n
illieAes (.aralTM. nervos prtrlJo rte ttk
wonderful curative effects to I e demed from elec
tricity whD K'rntilUaliy spplled swi lelre lo
Mate that he makes the applkatloa of elect rtclty a
nervous dls" a nerial feature of Hm praetWe.
The doctor has tlie Cif-it flft re4l (ilaateiMl carbve
battery ever teen In lb west, and all Ute pUaes
tpcUllj adopiwl to U trmUtfiil f Kt lia-l
or fmlnnl vreaki.cs, wbkh be quickly and jwrman-
utly cures hy me m or ectrKiiy
CAlAKHJi- f.rt'J cae of camrrh H cvrabie If
Terrlll an Hattsy's nw
SK1.N OISKA'JF-Sofall Vlnd cared hea bUiera
I1L.IA. nvrt TA aad all rreial Jlras cared.
N' t nlf no pain A cure raaraaleet
ritifTllKAl. VJKItTl UK ViUtly aud jw
tr xirnMy cut-i by lectrcyM. NocuUin;. no palu.
u SBoney until rured
C3IKOMC IlJPA.KS-BrrhlfK asOiraa, hay
U Tr. all throat asd lu.17 trouble. (J.yp'ia, ijls
m e-of Ue bow. I, atari a.4 lir rLeoma.m.
di opy. brtcbts dte. bladder ic day 4 area
ai V dlss. tlv6 tOiKH. td priTt dlarr-s.
s)l'iill.ls That dreai '! of ataekind
(, iiekryabd peraaiieL red IT lb" treat-
r ttt oltbcjtUie p-J'. . or c ot aaya cooe ay
cdcine Mtt a . pr j . rvublry Coaacl.
uijulrvt fcecd 'or ,' i- it
HOTE T, irETROPOLE.
Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 I'er Day,
SI. Stewart, Owner and 1'rop.
J. E. Koher. Clerk.
J. R. HOLLIDA
AIL Gtjoljf II tirranlrxL
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M HliFON Of I I 1ST AM At KIHT-OIto
rplalatt'nt.oe 1 i'ufi f '!. ere iaetedlsr
tlt m lei t'tjf adjutltceut of ctaMes tocorreot tm
i AI hit t T rewoTed and stirbt resiorcl tomaey
wbo bavn utg hru total I blii4
ItossKI ! iraiffbUfl4. n maay cases wltt.
oat opera 1 loii
MUM i.ATFI Mnsaadatlformsof sorseyes
(JoU.tr rtrsi ArtlflrUl eye H4.
JU.Af hj- Alt ttrnr eat aroaiptJy erwl
Ot.SM- Ooiy tborwiMJia4tiUtraltu
Ute 'ttovUt itbit to lit ris" I'M thy dot bo
patleat mote barm ifeau co4 Jiaoy eues of
krroueaeMi. IrTHaMIItt lasoasala. aeiuiatta. ser
tlco aud eailas: atatalty rbllorea ar in to
dfrt!e rlntoaaoC ale reje4 at oar by tbeatf
(Jilrict oa of prtpr gitf lttf bttv patuta A4
eye bitila. orbita. tmp4 or Jcra4. If t ey
watT Ittbeleftors roa tofetaer ! rAlt if
Trrtblt. awiava or become tint bea aUea;liar
taaje the eyes for s ry aaort muhi tbore i
fault la iborea of alrat "ana rut b reWrved by
tfc npplkattoa of provor slaoww a few k t,t
atitroaat feliiK but eouat tt as writ a Uk t
frieod, MfJ pMvmt bhM a ways wef a frtt.
ingnprrtum wbwh U roatptrwra a4 dltr'-
Uir. tmvimur la youar la intrrt ovoipuua 11
palntatoeraar nf Uirat wtta irrtUUoo of rs,
tt'rUllT by artUkiai ligat All sorfc ea b rttisr.
kv .fc.ja t ,ntM .J1.ala. mt irt&
s a 11I.MIMI.M lidUiN tfr fardr basso
utirrUtr '.v tao pwuik. bae'o uty tcA
UKitkairof arr(T a tk Wirin'a 4Wa4 coiW
la o dr to ols k a'Jre ! o be soealts.
bib bviaoo dfofati eio f. ourss
ture of Ute a!as, aJp t ie. bll
twe.Uar aTaea". of b er. tumors.
ni4 isra eers, bare M. Tarteoejn.
bydrocilr, rJa(ed lao ia UtMt tl.
SHiua. daeaaen of k - kMat7s aid ui&arr
CTiVkMA Oft liltKWif r4 by aa rcUrsJy
CoatsutUet. ad elatrywOle t
kL. r riKbT. u. D.
$2 TO S3 PER DAY.