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Highest of all in Learening Power.
L. II. CltAwyoitn. Manage
S3rstreet Cars at the door after each performance
Two nights Friday and Saturday April 2t 2i
Engagement of tha consolidated.
Fhenomlna Pre'ntlnK the
WONDER 0FTHE19TH. CEXTUARY.
MARTHA E. STEEN.
In an Interesting exhibition of mind reading and
second night CHAS. V. STEEN. who will nightly
Mii'ora Solrltuallr.t!c hurabu&rery. such as slate
KTltin? Cabinet work Materialtlon eto.
The Georgia Maznet Hw Mysterious Force Ac
complices among other tilings the following:
The four strongest men In the audience cannot
lift her from the floor.
Standing upon one one Toot lie will resliPtne united
effort of four strong men to move her.
Four men cannot take a cane from the palms or her
open hand. . .
She lifts men Into mid-air by placing her open hands
upon thMr heads
She lifts eight men atone time with case and grace.
Eight men strive In ain to hold a pole to the vrlth
the heavlst man ecated on it. while ho lifts It
from the floor.
Asa guarantee against trickery or fraud the
abo e amount will be forfltted If any Is attempted.
Prices 23! 50. and 15 cents.
Change of program nightly.
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The records in the Register of deeds
office show the following buyers of real
Alliance Trust Co sw 21-25-2 e, s d.. .$
Alliance Trust Co, nw 13-28-1 e, sd
"Vm J Ingrahaui 29 and 31 Mead ave
Hodson's add, w d
T J Oliphant 29 aud 31 Mead ave
Hodson's add, w d
Win S Eno, trustee, 23 and 31 Mead
ave Hodson's add. w d
L B Bunnell 24 27 29 31 blk 3 Fair
view add. s d
L B Bunnell 8x20 rods in sw KK
Ii B Bunnell 18 20 22 24 Chautauqua
ave Douglass' sub div shf d
LB Bunnell 130 30-37x333 ft ne cor
Ohio ave and Frisco Ry shf d
Caroline E Smith 146 Waco st, city,
and meets and bounds tract adjoin
ing same on the north shf d 400
Caroline E Smith 17 19 Fourth ave
Zimmerly's add, 8 10 13 14 Everett
ave Lawufield add, 21 Wabash ave
Mathewson's 2d add, 146 Waco st
city, and tract ndjoinine same on
thonorth.shf d 200
Joseph A Brubacher 1040 and north
15 ft 1038 Jackson ave Greiffensteia
Sth add wd 2000
C H Clapp ne 28 29 lw wd 3S3
L O. O. F. excursion to Wellington,
April 27, Santa Fe Route, round trip $1.17.
Special train and nice equipment leaves
Wichita 9 a.m. Monday morning. 137-2t
Change of time Santa Fo Route, Sun
day, April 2G, 1891 the Kansas City ac
commodation will then depart at 8:05 a. m.
Chicago vestibule at 10:20 a. m. instead of
1:35 d. m.. and south bound Texas train
leaves at 5:45 p. m. Also a new train is
scheduled to arrive at Wichita 12:45. p. m..
stops here. This irain makes connections
at Newton with trains from the west
without delay. 137-7t
Large stock of verbenas on hand. Also
colons, geraniums, pansies. roses and all
kinds of bedding plants and bulbs. Now
is the timo to plant out your flower beds.
Cut Hewers always on hand. C. A. Rose,
ilorist, 404 North Water street. Telephone
Visit Waterbury's Shorthand school, Y.
M. C. A. building, and see one hundred
words written per minute by two months'
students in the now rapid system, d 13G-3
One Hundred Dollars Kovrard.
TheAndalo Building and Loan associa
tion will give ?100 reward for the convic
tion of tho party or parties that set fire to
and burned tho blacksmith shop owned by
W. S. Kopp and John Price, in this town,
on Tuesday night, Anril 21.
D. C. Haki'Ki:, President.
C. S. WATSON, Secretary. 136 0 v
Rowley & Davoy, real estate and ex
change brokers, Maryville, Mo., have for
sale a first-olass plumbing stock and busi-'
ness, or will exchantefor good land. This
oiler is to experienced workmen only.
AVrite for particulars at once. 186-5
It Is Painted 1(el.
'1 lie Kansas City and Wichita special 1
i ram vm mo canta xe runs without
change of any class, and has in its equip
ment it new reclining palace chair car
v, hich is free. 13 tf
SI. IS Odd Fellows, T.ko Notice.
The Rock Ibland will sell to the Odd
Fellows and the public excursion tickets,
Wichita to Wellington and return, at the
low rate of S1.2S. Tickets on sale April 26
and 27, nood, returning, until and in
cluding 2Sth. Morning train will leave
ichita Monday morning. 7:30, April 27.
Returning train leaves Wellington S:40
p. m. City office 100, corner Main and
Douglas. Depot, corner Mead aud Dou"-Jaa-
W. H. WlSHART,
13 Ct C. T. and P. A.
Wrljrlit A .Miller.
Real estate and rental agents.
Always Leads and
A Hancisoine Buck Board given free with Childrens
Suits, age from 4 to 15 years, for 50c and upwards.
S. GOLDSTEIN & CO.
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
U2 East Douglas Avenue.
U, S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
O. O. F. Celebration at TVcUtnirlon, Kan.,
Monday, April 27th.
The Santa Fe Route will run a special
train from Kingman to Wellington via
Wichita, which will leave the Union pas
senger station at 9 a. m. Returnig arrive
at Wichita at 9 p. m. and Kinzman at 10:30
p. m. This will enable the members of
the order with their friends to go and re
turn on the same train at a seasonable
hour and spend the day in Wellington.
Excursion tickets on sale April 26th and
27th. good returning April 2Sth. Inquire
at City ticket office 122 N Main street and
Union Passenger station corner Douglass
and Fifth avenues. dl33 6.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running an afternoon train Wichita
to St. Louis, leaving Wichita at 1:20 p. m.
and arriving at St. Louis 7 o'clock next
morning; 48 miles the shortest line and
three hours the quickest time. 327tf
At a Bargain.
Property formerly occupied by the Far
mers' State Bank of Augusta, Kan. A
one story brick building with good vault,
burglar proof safe and all equipments for
doing a banking business; well located
and a rare opportunity to engage in bank
ing business. Address
F. L. Atp.ES, Receiver.
133-tf Augusta, Kan.
Blanks of all kinds used in real estate
transactions, court proceedings, justice
blanks, all kinds and descriptions, can be
purchased on the first floor, in the business
Are You Colin; to
Topeka, Leavenworth, Atchinson, St.
Joseph, or Kansas City, take tho 8:45 a. m
rain on the Santa Fe, it runs solid and
rrivos at Kansas City 5:30 p. m. dl2 tf
If you are going to any point north or
east "be sure and take the Great Rock
Island train that leaves Wichita every day
at 855 a. m. and reaches Kansas City 5
o'clock the same dav and Chicago early
the next morning. Remember the Rock
Island Route is the only line between
Wichita and Chicago on which you do not
have to change trains. Evening train
leaves Wichita at 9:55 n. m. Citv ticket
oilice 100 E. Douglas avenue, corner Main
street. W. II, Wisuart.
111-tf Ticket Agt
For Kansas City, St. Louis and all points
east take the Missouri Pacific railway.
The shortest line to St. Louis by 48 miles.
No change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and br. Louis. Unlv ntty nours
between Wichita and New York City via
the Missouri Pacific railway. City ticket
office 120 North Main street 101 tf
Take a Day On".
Here is a chance to take a little spring
vacation, renew memories of the war, anil
see some big salt mines:
Santa Fe route will sell round trip ex
cursion tickets to Hutchinson, April 26, 27
and 28." good until May I returning, for the
State G. A. R. encampment, atone fare.
Buy your tickets via the most comforta
ble line to Hutchinson. Local agents A.
T. and S. F. R. R , 122 North Main street
and passenger station, corner Douglas aud
Fifth avenue, are the parties to call on for
information about what train to take.
Geo. T. Nicholson,
Gen. passenger and ticket agent. di33-St
Kansas City and Chicago leaves Wichita
8:10 a. m., arrives at Kansas City 5 o'clock
p.m., Chicago next morning at 8 o'clock.
Colorado express leaves Wichita at 5:35
p. m., arriving at Pueblo for breakfast and
Denver for dinner. Chair cars aud Pull
man sleeping cars through to Denver, via
the Missouri Paciiic railwav. 107 tf
Mioses' and child's, men's and boy's
straw hats and caps at 520 East Douglas
avenue, opposite Carey hotel. 132-0t
Kocb Island Route to tho Pacific Coast
If you are going to any Pacific coast
points, now that the Union Pacific have
changed the time of departue of their
trains from Denver west, you can save
twelve hours in time by leaving Wichita
via the Rock Island train, which runs
daily, leaving Wichita 8:55 a. m., arriving
at Denver 7 o'clock next morning, making
direct connections with the Pacific coast
trains with tourist cars throught to Port
land, Ore., and San Francisco. Office 100
East Douglas avenue, corner of Main
,tieet W. H. Wishart, C. T. and P. A.
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Adtrss the WichituEAGLE, Wichita Kan,
Kansas State G. A. R. Encampment at
nutchinson. Kansas. Sauta Fe Route
will sell excursion tickets at one fare for
the round trip. Dates of sale Anril 26. 27
and 28; final limit for return May 1st. The
iiui-cii.ts-er via. oiiiua re route can spend
the entire day at Hutchiuson by leaving
Wichita at 5:30 a. rn.; returning leave
Hutchinson at 8:30 p.m., thus avoiding
any extra hotel expense. This service will
continue during the encampment Apply
at City Ticket office, or Union station.
rirt Floor Rlank.
Blanks of every description can bo found
in the business office of the Eagle, first
floor, in quantities to suit. Call at the
WOMAN'S ACCOUNT OF HER
FIRST LESSONS IN DELSARTE.
L Vivacious Description of Interesting
Scenes in the Claaa Boom Where Beauty
Learn to Move -with Grace aad 1.1s
omeaeu Sitting and Walking.
"So yon, too, belong to the Delsarte dis
ciple class?" I heard a man say to a pretty
wtman at a dinner.
"Pray, how do you know?" with a slight
lifting of the eyebrows and a suspicion of
"From the manner in which you sat
down at table, then took that olive and
now nibble it. You are unconsciously con
scions of a new mannerism in which you
are not perfect, but which you practice
whenever you remember to do so. I have
detected a dozen women within the last
two weeks making the same effort. Come,
own up. Aren't you a Delsartean?"
The pretty woman laughed so heartily
as to attract general attention. A conven
ient lull in the service gave opportunity
for a broadside of questions. The pretty
woman, now thoroughly roused to a spirit
of repartee, confessed that she did belong
to a female class who had been making a
study of the Delsartean methods; that all
her set were in it."
Oh, yes, our spirited little informant was
quite willing to "give the whole snap
away," with illustrations too.
"You all laughed at the manner in which
I took an olive. Now I'll show you the
difference between the old way and the
new. Mary," turning to our hostess, "just
help yourself out of that dish."
Mrs. B put her hand straight out to
the dish, captured the olive and drew it
straight back to her mouth, evidently be
lieving that the shortest distance between
two points is the straight line that joins
"Oh! but that is too awful," shrieked the
Delsartean. "Now watch me."
The little hand was poised, the wrist,
moved slowly downward in a gentle curve,
the finger tips dropped on the olive like a
butterfly on a rose, the hand returned to
the mouth in an upfe-d curve, the whole
motion describing a parabola, and with
the slightest turn of the wrist olive met its
The movement was so pretty and grace
ful that we applauded vigorously and
asked for more.
CONTRASTS EN COLORS.
So she went on:
"It was very funny the first day our class
assembled. We all went in street costumes,
and were drawn up in a line feeling rather
ashamed and inclined to giggle as our very
stern and aesthetic Jooking teacher stalked
in and eyed us keenly. She wore no stays.
"The first thing she did after looking us
over was to march up to Mrs. B , who,
you know, has a bright color, and touch
ing a turquois brooch which pinned her
bonnet strings said, severely: 'Don't you
know that blue and red, being opposite
colors, should never be worn in juxtaposi
tion? Your blue pin simply emphasizes
the redness of your cheeks, which, I pre
sume, you wish to subdne.' Mrs. B
blushed from red to scarlet, but meekly
took her turquois off and put it in her
"Turning immediately to Mrs. C ,
who is stout and was trying to suppress a
snicker, our teacher remarked coldly: 'May
I ask, madame, why you stand with your
arms hanging against your hips? You sim
ply increase your breadth by the width of
your arms. Clasp you hands thus just be
low the point of your stays, and you will
materially reduce your appearance w of
"Just then, as a happy diversion, Miss
G s, who, you know, is about as graceful
a woman as there is in town, came surging
into the room with a 'Hello! girls,' and her
regular little wriggle of her hand in the
"Our apostle eyed her keenly for a mo
ment and then spoke: 'Madam, your en
trance into the room was as graceful a
movement as I have seen since I left Eng
land; but the charming effect of your free
and easy carriage was completely marred
by that . abominable little flourish of the
hand. Never raise your hand above your
head if you can avoid it. But let us revert
to other matters more physical than es
thetic. Will you ladies please sit down
and then rise again?'
"As wo sank into chairs, fauteuils and
divans and then struggled to our feet
again the spasm of pain which shot across
our instructress' severe features told the
tale that we had done something awful
to her at least. Her voice sounded almost
sepulchral as she uttered her dictum:
'"Not one no, not one -of you ladies
knows how to sit down or rise again.
"She approached close to a chair, brought
her heels close together and satdown gent
ly in a perfectly perpendicular line, with
out any lurch or swaying backward against
the cushions. As she arose the heels went
slightly under the chair and she resumed
the perpendicular without any other mo
tion than a straightening 'of the knees.'
"We were all conscious now of having
made a terrible botch of the simple daily
process of sitting down. Some of us had
thumped down, others sprawled, and in
rising all of us had leaned forward with a
jerk, while a majority had used the hands
on the knees or hips as sort of levers to pry
GOrNG UP STAIRS.
"We were now asked to go up stairs one
by one. Jolly little Miss N , who is
full of mischief, grabbed up her skirts,
doubled over forward, and went up with a
rush. We all followed more slowly, sup
posing we were on precisely the right
"Again the incisive, steely voice blighted
" 'You all bend forward humpbacked,
with your nhoulders rounded and your
lungs contrted. You need air in your
lungs in climbing. Keep the body perfectly
erect, as in rising from a chair. The strain
will fall on the calves of your leg3 and
hips, and that is where it belongs.' So we
all marched up again, straight as broom
sticks, and really you know it is ever so
much easier, and I can now go up three
flights to the nursery without ever a gasp
" 'Now, ladies, I want to see how yon can
fall down. At the words "All fall" I want
to see you all lying on the floor.
" 'All fall!'
"There was a most absurd giggling and
wabbling and squatting and wallowing for
a moment until our teacher said: 'As I
supposed. Now rise, if you please.' Only
three of us could get up without help."
" 'Pleaae watch me,' and without an ef
fort she sank gracefully on one knee, then
inclined over on her hip, and turning side
ways lay flat on her back. Then reversing
the movement she was on her feet again in
a second. We all tried this over and over
again, and in subsequent lessons a lot of
us have caught the trickquite welL" New
r.irls and the 3III!try.
"If I wasn't a girl," said she, "I think
I'd like to be a lieutenant of hussars."
"Why. that's unnecessary, fraulein," re
plied the yonnc soldier gallantly; "yoa're
sufficiently irresistible as it is." From the
A Chance for a Trad?.
Mr. Simpson ( making an afternoon call)
Now, Jamie, what will you sell your lit
tle baby brother for?
Jamie (with unexpected alacrity)
What'ii you give? New York Beeorder.
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Biggest Bell in America.
The largest bell In America ia that o
Notre Dame cathedral, Montreal, which
hangs in tho gonth tower. It is 6 feet high,
8 feet 7 incfce3 in diameter and weighs 24,780
pounds. It is ornamented with images of
the Blessed Virgin and St John the Baptist,
together with emblems of agriculture, com
merce and industry. It was cast in Lon
don in 1847. In the opposite tower hangs a
chime of ten bells, the smallest weighing
607 pounds, the largest 6,011; total, 21,696
pounds. The largest bell in the United
States is the alarm bell on city hall, New
York, which was cast by Blake, of Boston.
It is 6 feet high, 8 feet in diameter and
I weighs 28,000 pounds. Chicago Herald.
Are You Going to "Washington Territory?
Parties emigrating to tho northwes
will find it to their interest by culling a
the Rock Island ticket office for informa
tiou regarding rates, routes and accommo
dations via this line. Do not not be de
ceived by agents of other lines as to this
rqute. You are invited to call at the office
and be convinced as to the superiority of
the Great Rock Island route over all
others. By patronizing this line 5 ou can
have the choice of four different routes
west of Denver. For speed, safety and
comfort the Rock Island leads the proces
sion. W. H. WlSHART, Ticket Agent.
Office 100 East Douglas avenue, ceorner
Main street. d60-tf
Men's California buck, kid, goat and
dog skin driviug gloves, guaranted first
quality goods. For sale by J. L. Hodge,
520 Ease Douglas avenue, opposite Carey
No change of cars of any kind betwee
Wichita and St. Louis via the "New Mi
ouri Pacific short line. " d5S tf
Pine Playing Cards.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railway, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the eyes and rippled along the fing
ers of the devotee to High-Five, Seven-Up,
Casino, Dutch, Euchre, Whist or any other
ancient or modern game, and get your
money's worth five times over. 10 tf
Where Rolls the Oregon."
Three hours the quickest to St Louis
Missouri Pacific railway.
Ingersoll on California.
In a recent magazine article. Mr. Ernest
Ingersoll, the noted writer, says:
"The climate of Southern California in
winter closely resembles that of Egypt.
Its equability is constant, and its dryness
is proverbial. The only complaint made is
that it is too nearly perfect. Residents
bred in the eastern states confess now and
then that arousingstorm would give them
a grateful sensation. But this sentiment
meets with no favor from the man who has
just fled from a superfluity of wetness and
chilling gales. To him perpetual summer
seems perpetual paradise, and to the in
valid dreading the advance of disease, the
still, arid atmosphere is as the breath of
The most comfortable way to reach the
Pacific coast is via Santa Fe Route.
Weekly excursions in Pullman tourist
sleepers at low rates. Apply to G. T.
Nicholson, G. P. & T. A., Topeka, Kan.,
for folder. 93
The 1:20 p. m. Missouri Pacific St Lonis
express is strictly a Wichita-St. Louis
train. Runs solid between here and St.
Louis. No change of cars of any kind.
Reclining chair cars free of charge on all
trains. Remember the short line, the
Missouri Pacific railway. I27tf
C A. Ii. Encampment.
The encampment of the G. A. R. of the
state of Kansas will be held at Hutchin
son. The Missouri Pacific railway is the
only line by which you can reach Hutch
inson without change of cars.
Train leaves Wichita at 7:40 a. m., ar
rives at Hutchinson at 9:55 a. m. Return
ing, leaves Hutchinson at 4:15 p. m.,
arriving at Wichita at 6:23 p. m.
There is another train for Hutchinson,
leaving Wichita at 5:35 p. m. and one re
turning at 11:20 a. m.
The Missouri Pacific railway will sell
excursion tickets for this occasion at one
fare for the round trip. Sale commencing
on April 26th, giving a final return limit
to May 1st
For further information call at city
ticKet office, No. 120 N. Main, or depot
corner Wichita and Second streets.
d!31 12t E. E. Blecklet, P. a: T. A
New morning express, Kansas
hicago The canta Fe route.
A llltake Corrected.
Winter Is not the only pleasant reason
in California. All months are equally de
lightful if ia summer one is located near
the coast The co-called "dry wesson,"
with its bright, sunshiny days and health
giving ozone, just suits invalids and par
ties needing an out-of-door life.
Santa Fe route runs low excursions
every week to Pacific coast Inquire of
agent A. T. and S. F. R, R-, 122 N. Main
street and passenger station, Douglas and
Fifth avenues. 123lf
A Few 5ucxTt'eB" 'or the Tonrlt.
When contemplating a trip of any kind,
the first thought that most naturally sag
gests itself is, "How can I derive the
mol comfort out of this trip." To tins
answer is, take the Missouri Paaiic raJ
way. Ihe next question to wive is, "Wbre
shall I co to set correct information rela
tive to this trip " The answer is, at the
Missouri Pacific ticket office, at 120 N
Main street. Last, but not least, Is to get
my ticket just as I want it. and tewegage
checked when I want it. and niy sleeping
car reservations through to my destina
tion. All these acconimodatioss you will
find at the MisiMiuri Pacific ticket office.
t 120 N. Mala itnei. lOl-tf
Advice to Jlothrrs.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums. allys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-fiTecents a
bottle. Used by millions of mothers.
The regular county teachers' examina
tion will be held at the court house, Sat
urday, April 25, 1891, beginning at 8:30 a.
m. D. S. PENCE,
129-10t w5-2t County Superintendents
When you go east remember that the
"only fast train" now runs over the
h Missouri Pacific railway. lake
the Fast Flying Missouri Pacinc ex
Dress for St. Louis and the east The only
line out of Wichita running three trains
daily between Wichita and St Louis.
$4.62 to Topeka and return. The Rock
Island will sell tickets from Wichita to
Topeka, Kan., and return at one fare for
the round trip, April 22d and 23rd in
clusive. Tickets good to return until and
including April 25. '9L Office 100 East
Douglas, corner Main street Passenger
depot corner Douglas and Mead.
W. H.. WlSHART,
dl316t C. T. & P. A.
A Summer OuUng.
It is almost time for your summer vaca
The Santa Fe route runs direct to Mani
tou Springs, Cascade Canon, Green Moun
tain Falls and Woodland Park, the pretti
est resorts in Colorado.
Watch out for announcement of tourist
rates to Pueblo, Colorado Springs and
Inquire of local agent A., T. and S. F.
R. R. Co., 122 North Main street, and pas
senger station, Douglas and Fifth avenues.
The Santa Fe route to the west is the
only line running in its train from Wichita
daily, a through family tourist sleeping
car to Los Angeles, Cal., without change,
and connection is made at Burrton with
through Pullman and touristsleepingcars
to Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver, San
Diego and San Francisco without change,
Accommodations can be reserved on appli
cation. Train leaves Wichita at 3:05 p. nx.
A handsome lithograph map of the city
showing all the streets and location of th
public Duildlngs, etc., for sale at thi
Ladies' laced black gloves, quality
guaranteed for $1 at 520 East Douglas
avenue. 132 6t
Personal Jot by Editor.
We have traveled a few miles in our life
time, and know what it is to be uncom
fortably housed in a poorlv upholstered
car and rudely tossed up and down on old
iron rails that are laid on a dirt road bed.
We have been there; but it was always on
other roads than the Santa Fe. Their main
line between Chicago and Denver is hard
to beat. The rails are of heavy steel, tho
track smooth and lock-ballasted; ana the
through "Cannonball" train that flies at
a fifty-miles-per-hour speed over this ele
gant roadway is as pretty a bit of work
manship as Messrs. Pullman ever turned
out. Each vestibule sleeper is a model of
luxury, and as easy as a cradle. Chair
cars, library cars, and day coaches are al
carefully adapted to the traveler's.eve
want. The Santa F rightly namr
"the most comfortably line." e
.New Dining Car Service.
Hereafter passengers leaving Wichita
on the Missouri Pacific fast through train
at 120 p. ra., 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 breakfabt at 7:26 a. m. in the same
way. Thus is the " lasant Hill route"
becoming more poptar daily with the
travelling public. E. E. BLECKLET,
Passenger ahd Freight agent,
Missouri Pacific Railway.
120 North Main, dG tf
California, Washington and Oregon are
having a "boom" on solid basis this year.
The country is fast fillingup 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,
anu learn all particulars about personally
conducted parties. 139 tf
St. lionls to Colorado via Wichita.
Commencing Sunday, July 13,1890, the
Missouri jPaciuc railway will run through
sleeping cars from St Louis via Pleasant
Hill, Rich Hill, Fort Scott and Wichita to
Geneseo and from thence to Pueblo. Colo
rado Springs and Denver. This change
was made on account of a great many peo
ple from the east going to Colorado being
desirous of going via Wichita. The train
will stop here two hours, giving all a
chance to view the "Peerless Princess" and
still land passengers in Colorado same
time as if they had gone via Kansas City
It also gives the citizens of Wichita sleep
ing car service from hereto Colorado. Re
turning, it gives us through sleeping car
service Wichita to St. Louis, and gives the
Colorado people a chance to go east via
Wichita. This change will undoubtedly
be appreciated by the traveling public.and
especially by the citizens of Wichita. If
you 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 office, 120 North Main street
46-tf E. E. BLECKLET. P. & T. A.
Remember Well and Boar in Mind
That if you are going to Washington,
Oregon or Idaho, or any Pacific coast
points, it will be to your advantage to go
via the Missouri Pacific railway. The rea
son Is that you will save time and lav
overs at junction points. The fast Pacific
express leaves Wichita every day at 5:35 p.
m. via the Missouri Pacific railway, deoot
comer Second and Wichita streets. City
ticket office, 120 North Mam street
E. E. Bleckley, P.&T.Agt, Wichita.
H. C. Towksekd, G. P. i: T. A, Et Louis.
Take stage at Wharton for
Billy Snyder, proprietor.
Night express for Kansas City, St Louis
and the east leaves Wichita at 9:45 p. m.
Chair cars and Pullman sleepers on this
rain. MissouriPacificrailway. 107tf
$2 TO $3 PER DAY
200 pair of Lace
day price $3,00 and
ine roles and
Other lines of plaid and stripe, fast blk
Organdies from 15c upward.
See Display in Window.
A Pocket Map of the Indian Ter
ritory, showing the
With all the Indian lands, Capi
tals of Nations, Towns, Villages,
Military Reservations, Indian
Reservations and Boundaries, al
so the Mail Service of each town,
the Eastern and Western Land
Districts of Oklahoma, the Cher
okee Outlet, Etc. A complete
by 32 in. Colored.
The latest and most complete map
ever published of this new coun
try, which will be opened in a few
days. Will be sent post paid to
any address upon the receipt of
30 cents, orforX.OO we WI"
send the Weekly Eagle one year
and a map. The Weekly will keep
its readers posted as to the opening
of this new world, which is not
surpassed by any other country on
the globe. Address
R. P. Murdock,
Bus. Man'gr Eagle,
WICHITA, - KANSAS.
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We are prepared to furnish as good a Notary
Public Seal as can fee
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Offe. 1M North Main st. Wkhita, Xaa.
Curtains, regular ever
$4.50. Monday includ"
Stripe black Organdie
made, or Short Notice, at
R P. MURDOCK, Manager.
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Consmmdw gosday, Oct. ttfc, tb M!.
ouri Pdfle Fat All sd Expre will
leave Wichita at 1:30 o'clock p. m. atrrirJoar
at St Loals sext aoralng t 7 o'clock,
CbIco Kxsrro will Iev at & 10 . m.,
arrivlajc at Chicago ItU, Kn CI17) at i
o'clock next morn! a z. This iaxk tha
futMt train tor both St Loslt ud CbJ
cb0. PallniAa LcpfB aud chair cars
throcgh to be Louis wlthoas ctaasf.
Thrre trains dI!r In exeh dlnrtlon
fcetwa Wichita cd K&swa City, Wlch
iu and St Loci. vL Hiiouri VsuAHa
railway. jT IX
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railway, Jf WicfciU, at 613 a m, Chi
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