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CKAWFORD GJtAND. o
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F. F. Oostov, Local Manager.
Commcnciuf Monday, Dec.
Supporting the Charuiin;
Actress nni VocaJi&t
MISS MATTIE KEEN.
20 PEOPLE 20.
B ND AND ORCHESTRA.
Popular prices 10, 20, 30 cts
Monday Jiijrht kulii-s five it accom
panied by a. 30c paid ticket.
(Furnished by tlie Deara Abstract Co.)
The records in tho register of deeds office
jshoTT tho followine buver of real estate:
G W Anderson 1 2 3 G 7 16 17 bit 4
Andale vd S
G W Anderson 4 8 9 H 15 blk 4 An
J P Reese sw qr lot 4 in 3 2S le w d. .
'Frank Dasda bf iut sw qr lot 4 in 328
A. P. and S. W. Beck s hf sw qr 18
23 4w wd
Professor Blume will lead tho orchestra
lit MibS Lucy Ford's dancing academy for
the dances on New Year's afternoon and
Evening. d3G 4t.
' A gold watch for the best score made
Mils week, at Knapp's shooting gallery 311
East Douglas avenue. d2(5 5t
Public attention is called to Sec. 7 of
Ordinance No. 5S5, approved September
10th, 18S8. and reads as follows:
"Any person who shall place or throw
out upon any street, avenue or alley, or
public ground of the city, any diit, rub
bish, or filth, which will obstruct the free
passage of s.iid btrcet, avenue or alley,
or which is liable to be blown about by the
wind, shall he fined in any sum not ex
ceeding Fifteen Dollars."
Notice n hereby given that from and
nfter the First day of January, 1S92, patrol
men will bemstiucted lo rigidly eufoice
tho coudtions of that ordinance.
By the Board.
d-33 3t- II. L. Taylou, Secretarv.
At the urgent request of a number of
friends and former pupils Mrs. A. Dres
cluiux, who has recently returned from
Europe, will leopau her classes m German,
in room 29. Fletcher block. Instruct ions
given afternoon and evening. d!5o 4
KWS A. NEWCO-Mn,
407 East Uoui;Us APiiub KlrlilHlld Blorlr.
We are in tho music business. If you
want a piano, organ or anything in "the
music line you should call "and see us; we
only handle lirst-cliss goods and wo guar
antee lowest prices. We have been doing
business for the past twelve years iu "Wich
ita, under the firm name of Barns & Son;
we own our store and pay no rent; with
low expenses wo are able to make tho
closest prices. We are sole agents tor the
Bradbury, Henningnnd Rodger Bros, pi
anos, Lohr & Co.'s and Newman Bros.'
organs also Standard sewins machine.
All sold on uasv terms. Old instruments
or machines taken in exchange. d22 tf.
On and after July 19 a change of time
will become eflective between Wichita
and New York, so that a passenger leaving
"Wichita on the Missouu Pacidc railway
can leach New York in 49 hours and 15
minutes. 1 he tram leaves Wichita daily
Mt 12:5T p.m., arming in New York at 2:80
p. m. the .-econd day following. Only one
change of cars is necessary, which is made
in the St. Louis L'nion denot. This is
teveral hours quieker time 'than can be
made by any other line out of Wichita.
Seats lieem chair cars. Pullman sleep.
Jug cats if desired
Ji. 1 BLECKLEY, P & T. A
120 North Mam street.
Are Ton (.oliic to VI .-.liln;ton Irriltorr?
Paities (migrating to the northwe&
tyiil find t to their interest br calling a
the Bock Island ticket olheo for in forma
lion regaithni; rates., loutes and accommo
clHtions via this, hue Do not not bedel
wiven ov agents oi ot tier lines ss to this
route. You are invited to call nt the office
and be convinced h to the superiority of
the Great Bock Inland route oer all
others. By patronizing this line oucnn
liae the choice of four different" routes
west of Denver. For speed, safetv and
comfoil tho Rock Inland leads the pVocea
fclon AV- H- Wl"Ain, Ticket Agent.
Office ICO Last Douglas aenuc, teorne
Mai u street d6-tf
When you go, take the Frisco line to St
Louis and the cat lor the reason that it is
the only Wichita hnu runnin.- ivr.i .ni;,l
train daih without eliauge of any class to
.ui morning nu m-rnt. and it u the
onlr line having prince reclining chair and
X ullman bleeping cars in morning and
night trams. Always on time and sure of
making eastern connections at bt. Louis
union depot; 24tf
Through Sleeping t ars Kaunas CUT to Hot
Commencing Nov. 15 the Missouri Pa
cilic Railway company will resume its
hrmigh sleeping car wsrvice between Kan-
mrough the beautiful Tndmn T-rr?-
and Arkansas valley via Coffeyville. Wag
oner,!. Gibson, Vau Buren, Ft, Smith
and L ttle Rock. For ticket, descriptive
and illustrated pamphlet, and further In
ormat ion call on or address companV
gents or H. C. Town send, G. P. Act., St
ouls. to tf
Extract from One of Mrs. Stowe's letters.
Every woman adores love letters, and
here is an extract from one embodying
such a high ideal of womanhood that every
girl and woman ought to paste it among
her scrapbook treasures: "There is no
woman like you in this wide world. "Who
else has so much talent with so little self
conceit; so much reputation with so little
affectation; so much literature with so lit
tle nonsense; so much enterprise with so
little extravagance; so much tongue with
so little scold; so much sweetness with so
little softness: so much of so many things
and so little of so many other things?" The
letter was written many years ago by the
Rev. Dr. Stowe, to his famous wife, Har
riet Beecher Stowe.
SEVERAL KINDS OF GIRLS WANTED.
ronn; Women Are in the Hablc of Skip
pins the Period of Girlhood.
There is something that is getting to be
awfully scarce in this world. Shall I tell
you what it is? It is girls. That is what
is missing ont of the sentient, breathing,
living world just now. We have lots of
young ladies and lots of society misses, but
the sweet, old fashioned girls of ever so
long ago are vanished with the poke bon
nets and the cinnamon cookies. Let me
enumerate a few of the kind of girls that
are wanted: In the first place we want
home girls girls who are mothers' right
hand; girls who can cuddle the little ones
next best to mamma and smooth out the
tangles in the domestic skein when things
get twisted; girls whom father takes com
fort in for something better than beauty,
and the big brothers are proud of for some
thing that outranks the ability to dance or
ihine in society.
Next, we want girls of sense girls who
have a standard of their own regardless of
conventionalities and are independent
enough to live up to it; girls who simply
won't wear a trailing dress on the street to
gather up microbes and all sorts of defile
ment; girls who won't wear a high hat to
the theater or lacerate their fset and en
danger their health with high heels and
corsetb; girls who will wear what is pretty
and becoming and snap their fingers at the
dictates of fashion when fashion is horrid
And we want good girls girls who are
sweet, right straight out from the heart to
the lips; innocent and pure and simple
girls, with less knowledge of sin and du
plicity and evildoing at twenty than the
pert little schoolgirl at ten has all too
often; girls who say their prayers and read
their Bible3 and love God and keep his
commandments. (We want these girls
And we want careful girls and prudent
girls who think enough of the generoud
father who toils to maintain them in com
fort, and of the gentle mother who denies
herself much that they may have so many
pretty things, to count the cost and draw
the line between the essentials and the non
essentials; girls who strive to save and noc
to spend; girls who are unselfish and eager
to be a joy and a comfort in the home
rather than an expensive and a useless
We want girls with hearts girls who are
full of tenderness and sympathy, with
tears that flow for other people's ills, and
bmiles that light outward their own beauti
ful thoughts. We have lots of clever girls,
and brilliant girls and witty girls. Give
us a consignment of jolly girls, warm
hearted and impulsive girl3, kind and
entertaining to their own folks, and with
little desire to shine in the garish, world.
With a few such girls scattered around,
life would freshen up for all of us, as the
weather does under the spell of summer
showers. Speed the day when this sort of
girls fill the world once more, overrunning
the spaces where God puts them as climb
ing roses do when they break through the
trellis to glimmer and glint above the com
mon highwav, a blessing and a boon to all
Who pass them by. Chicago Herald.
The Home and the Household.
Housekeeping is becoming an art so capa
ble of being systematized and simplified that
ifc need no longer be a burden. We are be
ginning to live in a world of finer forces,
axid especially in city homes, where hot
water is always ready at the turning of a
faucet; where rooms heated by steam do
not require the extra work of makiug fires;
where gas or electric lighting does away
with lamps and their care with all these
and other conveniences of the day the do
mestic work is reduced to a minimum.
Housekeeping in apartments is absolutely
a fine art, and in it a young couple can en
fay all the privuey and charm and sweet
encredness of a home a life so infinitely
preferable to that of hotel or boarding
lionse and yet take upon themselves none
of the burden of ordinary housekeeping.
But while the average country home can
not have all the conveniences of the city
house or apartment, the devices of labor
saving are rapidly accumulating.
The making of jelly, for instance, has
been one of the unmitigated hardships of
the housekeeper, involving a complicated
und mystical process full of fatigue and
uncertainty. Mrs. Stowe, in her encomiums
on "faculty," that highest gift and grace
In the New England judgment, mentions
as one proof of the poosession of "faculty"
on the part of the mistress of the menage,
that always would her jelly turn out a suc
cessfirm, clar and crystal-like.
The new process of jelly making does
away with all the drudgery that attended
it in the past. The little package of gela
tine, of currant, grape, crab apple, quince
what you will is put into a glass, boil
ing water is poured over it, and behold
the jelly, perfect in color, consistency and
Canned and preserved fruit may be pur- i
chased, if in sufficiently large quantities, I
as cheaply as they can be prepared at home, I
nnd this all takes off a great share of the '
work of the autumn. The time is not dis
tant when the individual household will
no more do its own canning, preserving
and pickling than it does its own weaving.
Domestic art is becoming a finer and
simpler one, and its days of drudgery are
rapidly vanishing. New England Letter.
To Find a Husband.
If I were on the lookout for a husband I
should play the game by adroitly flattering
my contemplate! victim; listening with
rapt attention when he spoke, and gener
ally seeking to create the impression on
him that I thought him in wisdom and
charm not inferior to the angels. At the
same time I should endeavor indirectly to
bring home to him the fact that in me he
would find a person with a heavenly tem
per, brimming over with domestic affec
tion. I should take care to be becomingly
dressed, but my "get up" would look as if
it cost nothing. I should eschew slang
and manly games, and I should be severely
proper in my general behavior. In my
movements I should cultivate grace, and
with this object- I should secretly take
lessous in dancing. My likes and my dis
likes would be those of my victim. Lon
Took a Son's Tlace.
One of the most successful business '
women of tee present day is Annn Beck, j
eldest born boy-that-was-to-have-leen of
Charles Beck, of Philadelphia. The young ,
woman, whose birth involved so much dis
DDointtaent to her father on account of
her sex, rvsolved that tnis accident should ,
not debar her from being the same help of
her father's declining years, iu all that per
tained to business cares, that a son would
She is a graduate of the high school, has
taken the f nil collegiate and post graduate
course at Wellesley, aud passed the rigid
Harvard Annex examination. Her tastes
and instincts are pre-eminently those of
the student, but when ifatiier's health ;
began to fail she rcUnav&M&llI scholastic i
interests and took np the practical study
of the business in the proper place, at the
bottom of the ladder, precisely as her
brother would have done.
This involved much menial service, ex
tremely distasteful to one of her mental
accomplishments, but she accepted all un
complainingly, refusing all favors offered
because she was a woman, and so proceed
ed round by round by deserved and regu
lar promotion, until she is today not only
a member of the firm, bnt the treasurer,
secretary and financial manager of the con
cern, which is one of the largest exporting
and importing establish ments in the United
States. New York Sun.
Water as a Medicine.
The human body is constantly undergo
ing tissue change. Worn out particles are
cast aside and eliminated from the system,
while the new are ever being formed, from
the inception of life to its close. Water
has the power of increasing these tissue
changes, which multiply the waste prod
ucts, but at the same time they are re
newed by its agency, giving rise to in
creased appetite, which in turn provides
Persons but little accustomed to drink
water are liable to have the-waste products
formed faster than they are removed. Any
obstruction to the free working of natural
laws at once produces disease, which, if
once firmly seated, requires both time and
money to cure. People accustomed to rise
in the morning weak and languid will find
the cause in the imperfect secretion of
wastes, which many times may be reme
died by drinking a full tumbler of water
before retiring. This very materially as
sists in the process during the night, and
leaves the tissues fresh and strong, ready
for the active work of the day.
Hot water is one of our best remedial
agents. A hot bath on going to bed, even
in the hot nights of summer, is a better re
liever of insomnia than mauj- drugs. In
flated parts will subside under the con
tinued poulticiug of real hot water. Very
hot water, as we all know, is a prompt
checker of bleeding, and besides, if it is
clean, as it should be, it aids in sterilizing
our wounds. A riotous stomach will nearly
always gratefully receive a glass or more
of hot water. Hall's Journal of Health.
The Dread of "Washing.
So many of my sisters appear to think
washing the greatest of earthly trials. I
have known delicate women who would
carry pails of water to the barb to water
the horse and feed the pigs or pitch hay,
who regarded the washtub with horror
and considered it beneath their dignity to
even hang the clothes out on the line to
dry. So many people make such hard
work of washing. But ironing is much
more injurious to the health of the two.
Ask your physicians if it is not so. Yet
many a woman hires her washing done
and does her own ironing on account of
poor health. Washing was always the
easier for me, tbere is so much more variety
of work and position.
Above all things don't spoil your Sun
day by thoughts of washing on Monday.
So many otherwise good people do that,
while some even go so far as to begin their
washing on Sunday. Now don't look so
indignant. What do you call it but be
ginning your washing if you get your
tubs, benches, boiler, etc., all ready for
use on Sunday and the water pumped,
while some even put their clothes soaking?
If you must begin the day before, wait and
do your washing Tuesday. Don't spoil
your one day of reit by such unnecessary
preparations. If is time to get ready when
you are ready for work. Cor. iJew Eng
The Kind of Women Needed.
The strongest man in the world, says
Mary Seymour Howell, is the one who is
also most tender and has great sentiment.
So, if mau would know the depth of wom
an's love and capability, let him not find
one who is but an ivy, but one with brains
and independence, able to stand without
him, but far happier with him, and he will
have discovered a queen who will give him
the homage due a king and will bring into
his life that abiding sentiment that en
dures beyond time. Victor Hugo has said:
"Woman is the social problem, the human
mystery. She seems great weakness she
is great strength. The man on whom an
entire nation leans must needs himself lean
on a woman. The day in which she ia
wanting ail is wanting."
We are soon going into a new century,
which is calling for strong women as well
as men. Self sustaining women, thinking
out the great problems of a finer and
higher civilization women who will puri
fy social life, ennoble the political arena
and help solve the vexed questions of the
nation women who will bless home, make
Wives worthy of the best men of the coun
try and be the mothers of a nobler race
Detroit Free Press.
Man's Best Friend.
A man's best friend is a wife of good
sense aud good heart, whom he loves and
who loves him. In woman there is at once
a subtle delicacy of tact and a plain sound
ness of judgment which are rarely com
bined to an equal degree in a man. A
woman, if she is really your friend, will
have a sensitive regard for your character,
honor, repute. She will seldom counsel
you to do a shabby thing, for a woman al
ways deires to be proud of you. At the
same time her constitutional timidity
makes her more cautious than your male
friends. She, therefore, seldom counsels
you to do an imprudent thing. Rely, then,
on her wisdom and faithfulness, and scorn
the thought of proving unfaithful to the
tenderness which, should occasion demand,
would impel her willingly to die for you
as when the brutal Emperor Claudins com
manded the death of her husband, the
wife, Arria, stabbing herself, handed him
the dagger, with the immortal words,
"Pietus, it does not hurt." Lord Bulwer
Why Snmn Men Do Not Like Florae.
Some women expect their husbands to
admire them more than other women.
Now, when they have pnt aside all the se
ductive little looks and ways they seduced
them into marriage with, and when they
take no trouble with their dress and ap
pearance or surroundings, and when they
are even too lazy to brusii their hats and
give them a goodby kiss to take to busi
ness with them, or a welcoming on their
arrival home, they expect their love u be
just as deep for them, when they make -no
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study the interests, wishes or likings of
their lords. Some women
children to be healthy when thef tal4 no
care of them; sood when they take na
trouble with tlwm; on their way to heaven
when tbey don't show them the way.
They expect their servants to work from
momins; nil night at home whue the po
out and enjoy themselves day after day,
and never to ask for an hour's recreation
or want it. These are I he women who
frighten good men from seeking wivec.
and are the caue of there being so man
miserable homes. Dublin Timea.
Citizen Only. i
The desirability of care in expression can i
hardly be too forcibly impressed upon
those who write advertisement, circulars t
and public announcements of all sorts.
great fair there -will be htphly amasiox
donkey races and pis races.
"Competition in theac trvo contents open ,
to citizens of the county only? Youth '
Averypecuiiareuectrasproauceaoytne aaace 55: Viag as rdaaBc Uikd -saw- .1A Ummb-7J br- li wSo . mopm .
following announcement, contained in the diwnce to k-ry a k f ttTJ! " Ji T wiiv? '
i It , fwi-. i.I nmfskiE. and m"r.tjfc iltr JOTiiauoa come aoa CO Trttfi ut, ,
advertisements of a county fain ' c?1! traces, protefjoc mm rV""Tr -i.... ., ,v . -u -v- -a ,i
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"Among other attractive features of this is-s. ,hr am fe ber5Trrled. Hanor Ntrw Yrar ' Office CttT Ticket
BABY A SOLID SCAB
Torturing-Diseases of -Blood, and Skin:
Many Doctors Fail: Cured hy
I h ave a sister troubled with blood or skin disease
It commenced when about one year old. We i ould
try one doctor and then another, and it seemed lixe
they were glad to get rid of it, When they would
commence they would say it Is easy dried up and
cured, but at last tbey would say It could not be
curea. it ran on about two years. We had tried all
the doctors around and they had failed. I saw your
advertisements In the paper.and wrote you for direc
tions and you sent me a copy of your book at once.
We then got Coticcea Kemedies and used it. It
dried up the sores and healed them dd right away,
her face, head and parts of her body were a solid
scab. Ihe way it would commence it would raise
a small lump under the skin, thea became a small
pimple and itched so that she got no re nisht or
day, and she would scratch thein.and yellow matter
would come out of them and they would keep
spreading and itchin?. I am sure from h.it I
know of the Cuticcra Remedies they are the
best medicines for scrof ula,or blood or eUn di-eases
thatanyone can use. GEOKGEG. GA.RTON.
HIsh Point, Decator Co., Iowa
These greatful testamonlals tell the story of great
physical suffering, of mental anguish, by reason of
humiliating disfigurations, and of threatened dan
gershpplly and gpedily ended, by the Coticcra
Remedies, the greatest fakin Cures, Klood Purifiers
anu Humor remedies the world has ever known.
Cuticdua. Resolvent, the new Blood and fckin
Purifier Internally (to cleanse the blood of all im
purities and poisonous elements), and Cdticura
the great fckin Cure, and CCTICUitA Soap, an ex
quWte Skin Purifier and Beautfler, externally (to
clear tho skin and scalp and restore the hair), cure
every disease and humor of the skin, scalp and
blood, with loss of hair, from Infancy to age. from
pimples to scrofula, nhen the pest physldaLS. hos.
Pltals. and all other remedies fail.
Fold everywhere. Price, CrriCtmA. 50c.: FoAP
25c: IU -or vent JI. Piepared by the Potter
Ikcc and Chemical Corpouatiuj.-. Boston,
drSend for "How to Cuie bkiu Diseases," 64
pages. 50 Illustrations, and ll testimonials.
"P T PLES, black-head,red.roush chapped and
-1- '- oily skin cured by Cuticoua bOAP.
NO EHEUMATIZ ABOUT ME!
In ono mlnnte the Cutlrura
Antl.nnln Plaster relieve rlieu-
'matlc. sciatic, hip kidney, muscular
and chest, pains. The first and only
instantaneouspain killing strengthening plaster.
HOME HINTS AND HELPS.
V el vet Rolls: Three pints of flour
one cup of sweet milk, one teacup of
hop yeast, two eggs, two toblespoon
fuls lard (or three of butter). Work
well, let rise, work and let rise a sec
ond time. Make into rolls and bake
when light. These are simply delicious.
Detroit Free Press.
New Orleans Molasses Candy: Take
one cup of New Orleans molasses, one
cup of sugar, a piece of butter the size
of an egg (sweet, n6t salt), and a table
spoonful of vinegar. Boil these to
gether, but do not stir until the mass
hardens when dropped into cold water.
When done stir in a teaspoonful of
soda, and beat well. Pour into buttered
pans, aud when cool cut into slices. If
flavoring is desired it should be added
just before pouring out to cooL La
dies' Home Journal.
ToCure a Beef Tongue: There ia
no better method of curing beef tongue
than the following: Make a brine by
adding to three gallons of water four
and a half pounds of salt, three-quarters
of a pound of dark-brown sugar,
and three ounees of saltpeter. Let all
boil together, and skim; then remove
the brine from the fire, add one-fourth
of a teaspoonful of cayenne, and when
quite. cold put in the tongues. They
wiU be fit to use in a week, and will be
found of a color and flavor to satisfy
the most experienced and fastidious
Marble Veal: Boil, skin and cut a
pickled tongue as thin as possible and
beat it in a mortar with a pound oi '
fresh butter and a little pounded maoe,
until it is like paste; stew four pound)
of lean veal and pound it in the oam
way; then put some of the veal into .a
large potting pot, and lay some tongut
in lumps over the veal in different
parts; then nearly fill with veal; presi
it down hard and pour melted buttei
over it. When served cut it across in
thin slices; put them on a dish and gar
nish with curled parsley. Keep it in a
cold place, tied over with a paper.
Cardinal Jelly: Soak one ounce of
gelatine in three-fourths of a pint of
water for one hour; then add one-fourth
of a pound of white sugar, the juice oi
two lemons and the whites of two eggs
whisked in a little cold water; let settle
a few minutes, then pour through a
flannel jelly-bag into which a small
stick of cinnamon has been broken.
Strain through this two "or three times
to get the flavor of the cinnamon.
When it is quite clear add nearly half a
tumbler of red currant jelly. Pour into
a mold to set. When required turn on
a glass or silver dish and garnish with
white flowers. Housekeeper.
An excellent cough candy is made
of slippery olm, flaxseed and sugar.
Soak a gill of whole flaxseed in half a
pint of boiling water. In another dish
put a cup of broken bits of slippery
elm, and cover this also with boiling
water. Set these stand for two hours,
then strain them through a muslin
cioin into a saucepan containing a
pound and a half of granulated sugar.
Extract all the liquor you can, stir the
sugar until it ia melted and then boil h
until it turns to candy. Pour it out at
once when it reaches this point on to
greased papers. This is the old-fashioned
rule. The candy is more pal
atable H the juice of two lemons is
added to it after it has cooked for tea
minutes. N. Y. Tribune-
a farmer in Jefferson county. Wis.,
dislodged a huge rock at the bottom of
his wdl? wfaen ,fc ont of g re.
vealinjr a Eubterranean lake,
Aa T&feal Shaknard.
Muynd -Did ye read that poem 3
marked far you?
Misfc Smatter Tea.
Mr. ifuyad What did you think ol
Miss Smarter Oh, wasn't It long
lPnblthed Dec. 30. 181-1
Ordinance 2o. 1 109.
An urditiABce to repeal ordinanc K. S xj
prorwl February 25, liS. aad jw Wlebtnl
February 2T, lv
Be it ordained bv the layor aad Coeucflaea
of the"lt of Wichita.
Secttow 1. That ordisance No. CS eamld
'c. - This onlmance hall tak estset aad
be ta xorr from aafi atttr iw jKiblicanoa ?
ta tb Wichita Daily Ea?lk.
uuiaren ur)' tor ntcners oastona,
. ED ru-rilnivrxk in .IfflPIH! MUO! & Ol OTOl- i Tl- .1 . l .1... . J I
Holiday Excursion Kates. ii
One fare for the round trip withisW
m ues -via. tne jsock xstana route. xwe.
on sale December 24th, 25th, 31st to Jaju
1st, 1802. Goodreturnine up to and ai-
cluding January 4tb, '92. City ticket
office cornerMain and Douglas ave. Pis-
senger depot corner Mead and Douglas
avenue. H. H. WlSHAKT. f
City Ticket and Passenger Agent
The Missouri Pacific Railwav comrjaur
will sell holiday excursion tickets to any
point on its main lines or branches, within
a distance of 200 miles from point of start
ing, at the rate of one first class farsFfor
the round trip. Tickets on sale De 24,
25 and 81, 1891, and Jan. 1, 1S92, final re
turn limit Jan. 4, 1S92. For full informa
tion call at 120 North Main street.
23tf E. E. BLECKLEY, P. & T. A.
Holiday excursions via the popular
Frisco line. The Frisco line will sell ex
cursion tickets at one fare for the round
trip to points 200 miles distant. Tickets
on sale Dec. 24, 25 and 31 and Jan. 1, good
returning until Jan. 4, 1892. Call at 15S
North Main street or Douglas avenue
Advice to Jlothcra.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teethincr. It
eoothea the child, Mrftens the gums, allwys
all pain, cures wind tolic, and is the best
lemedy for diarrbcen. Tweuty-tiveceutsa
bottle. Used by millions of mothers.
do4 tf w4i5 1
lirst lor Klsiim.
Blanks of every description can be found
In the business office of the Eagle, first
iionr, in quantities to suit. Call at the
State Association Teachers. Topeka. Kan.
For the above the Santa Fe route offers
excursion tickets at one fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 2S and 29, lim
ited for return trip up to and including
Jan. 2, 1892. Two morning trains, leaving
Wichita at 8:05 and 10:25, also evening
train at 9. Special chair cars will be pro
vided going and returning for the mem
bers of the association and their friends.
Call at 158 North Main street or Douglas
avenue station. W. D. Mur.DOCK, D. P. A.
23 16t -
We Heartily Recommend
The new route to Utah aud northern Cali
fornia, via A. T. and S. F. and Colorado
Midland, because: It is picturesque; it is
quick; it is always on time. You see Col
orado by daylight. The new fast schedule
allows two hours for sight-seeing at
Manitou. Two daily passenger trains
each way. Palace sleepers to Ogden, con
necting with Southern Pacific for San
We also recommend the Santa Fe route
through New Mexico and Arizona to Los
Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco, as
a direct and pleasant liue for winter
Excursion tickets may be bought going
ne line aud retu rning the other. d32-tf
Go east via the "New Short line, Mis
rouri Pacific "Pleasant Hill route.'
Through sleeping and chair cars without
change Wichita to St. Louis. 5Sd tf
For Kansas City, St. Louis and all points,
east take the Missouri Pacific railway.
The shortest liue to St. Louis by 48 miles.
No change of cars of any kind between
Wichita and St. Louis. Only fifty hours
between Wichita aud New York City via
he Missouri Pacific railway. City ticket
ffice 120 North Main stieet. 101 tf
Quick and Comfortable Trip.
Two new trains have been added to the
alieady excellent connections east that the
Great Eock Island route has been offering
to its patrons.
The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
has put on a new train, leaving Chicago
daily at 10:30 a. m., aud the Fort Wayne
Pen nsylvania lines), one nt 10:45 a. m.
These are daily trains, scheduled on
fMt time, and arrived at New York city
next afternoon at 2 o'clock, and via the
first mentioned Boston passengers reach
their destination two hours later.
The fMit vestibuled express from Denver,
Colorado Springs and Pueblo, via botn
Kansas City and St. Joseph, arrives at
Chicago at T 50 a. m daily, and the
vestibuled express from Omaha and the
Iowa main hntcs arrives at Chicago ut
S:05 a. m dail. JOHN SEBASTIAN
General Ticket and Passenger Agent.
E. St. John, Geneial Kanager. 3J-tf
Rock Island calendars for the year 1892
for free distribution at the city ticket
office, 100 corner Alain aud Douglas. Call
and get one before they aro all gone.
Wr. H. Wishart,
City Ticket and Pass. Agt.,
d7tf Wichita, Kan.
A holiday excursion ticket makes an
appropriate Christmas present. It fills
auy size stocking and suits any size purse.
The favorite Santa Fe route has made a
one fare round trip late from this place to
points on the A., T. & S. F., west of and
including the Missouri river, within a
distance of 200 miles for holiday travel.
Tickets on sale Dec. 24, 25 and 31, and
Jan. 1, good until Jan. 4 returning. 158
North Main street or Douglas avenue
"Attention, School Teachers."
The teachers' excursion to Topeka will
leave "Wichita Dec. 29, at 9:30 a. m. and
arrive at Topeka 2:45 p. m., via the "Rock
Island Route." Special reclining chair
cirs will be provided for your accommoda
tions and comfort. The county teachers
have decided to go in a body via the Rock
Island Route, and invite the city teachers
to join with them. d32 5t
ometh In- w Through Cars Uetwen Su
Paul and Kantas City.
The traffic between above cities has
so increased that the Great Rock Inland
route hub instituted a new order of things,
and has put on their train, a through car
between tbeco points. Ihe cars run on
this tervice are Pullman combination
chair car and sleeper, and are the embodi
ment of comfort. Ihe price charged for
this especial tervice is but little compared
with the accommodation given.
See that your tickets read na the Albert
Lea route (C. K. 1. & P.; E. C. K. & N
and 11. & St. L. Ky'f.). Maps and time
tables sent on npplication.
ben'I Tkt 3c Pass. Agt.
E. ST. John. Gen'l Manager.
General ofhees: Chicago. S3-tf
Hne Plalnjr Card.
Send ten (10; cents in tmps or coin to
John Sebastian, Gtn'l Tkt. aud Pass Ag't
Chicago, Rock Inland and Pacific Hy.,
Chicago, IU , for a pack of the latest
smoothest, fciicket playing cards you ever
taw. Just the thing for high live partie.
For a 0c. postal note will send you five
THE GKEAT HOCK 1M.1M1 RAlLTTAT.
Itftr ptt Ycar'a CreeUns. !Sti' To
the Sbool Tcbr of tLeUt of V teb-
tia and Kfltr1iJi (.ccnir.
It affords the Rock Island official much
pleasure at the clo-.inir of the past yvar to
thank you, one and all. for your kind and
liberal patronage and hope to be favored
with as liberal plrouge during the
coming year We are pieaw-d to leil yon
that for the Texchrrs Stat meeting to b
Le:d at Topek-.. Kan., DrC 29 to SI, VI the
railroed fare w:Il be one fare for tie ruod
trip, licitcts on Hie im. aiio a. in
limited lor return inpun'oanu includios:
Jan. 2nd 1S2. In anticipation of a larzi
attendance from tcU locality the Rock
Island company h arranged to place at
this point' a xnfhclent number of their
handsome and comfortable rechning chair
car for lb: accommodation and comfort I
cf tb tcberr mi their intnd who fa ror
the Kvk Island with their patronage.
A cent KO Conr ilula -?.
jso " SujArTSAi
O T. .fc I A tifaLssro. UU
- You want a
ana see our
TOT TETJKKS at 50c.
Work Stands, . Bas
kets and Pocketbooks
at actual cost.
WICHITA TfiUKK FACTOEY,
25 "West Douglas Avenue.
Geo. Stake Milieu
FARMS FOB SALE.
Bargains in City property
Houses to let.
WltlGUT & MILLTCR,
P hone 220, 107 N. Main St.
Da IT11DY & JOHN, Spcialisk
Prop rletors of The 'WIrbHa Medical find FikcIc
ahtltute. and HeimilKar Infirmary lAjorih Mar
HCPTCKK cured without the Vnlte or detention
from business, Kefertncex ruroistlied or cuiea.
VARICACE1.E, HTDKOCEtn, PILES, FlsaUKE. AND
Fistula cured without cutting or pain?. bTRic
Tunt dissolved and absofutelr and permanently
cured br Electricity. Avoid cutting or tlretchiui:
in theseca.es. It lu dangerous to life. The wonder
ful curative effects of Klectrltity are well known.
Our aup'lance are
Tirs of nil kinJt c
the luttsU e treat UEloriMI-
C3 of all kind'i. club-foot, curvature of tho spine.
hlp-jclnt disease, minora, ulcers, haro lip btoue iu
Cat A ruts cured In from thirty to sixty days.
Home treatment furnished.
Diseases or AVoiikk Ovarian tutnorc. Lacera
tions, displacements, prolapsus, leucorrhoea, paln
f iu Irregular or prorate period cured by the aid of
Electricity. Lut discoveries warrant u In raying
positively we. lullr restore the visor of youth In
either sex. Private dlueasei reated aud cure guar
anteed. WcClM. special attention to our Km and Ear
department. Cateract removed. CitosS Ei e-j
cralahteued without, operation granulated lds.
and all forma of sore eyes speedily cured. 01ase
LdJiiBtod to correct Imperfect vision. We are pre-
fiared to treat the opium and liquor hablu tucce
ully. liuvo the best of accomodations for patients
from a distance in the liibtliuto bulldln.-. ror
terms and other Information address
Have beat of accommodations for pa
tients from u dlstuuce iu the Institute
buildimr. Conaultntion lrue. fcseud
Drs. l'urdy and Jordan, 185 IS'ortli
Market Street, Wichita Kansas.
$2 TO $3 PBRDAY
$15 and $20.
WRITE FOR A CATALOGUE.
200,000 sold in two years
Merchants, School Teachers
Bookkeepers, Clerks, Sten
ographers, all give it the
JL P. Murdock,
Trjntr"Jenrit Kat ia lb Kant t1imtr.
The Santa Fe rcut hare placed oa If
Winter Touriat ticket to tho f&liovrtac
points: Auftin, Corpu CnrifU, El Pm.
Oalretton. Houotop. Laxbjph. Heck
port, San Antonio, Toca, IVmmj. Lake
Valley. Ijw Crucec. Silver Clty aad he
corro. Nec Mexico Traau limit of 3
days in each direction. w,ib flnal Halt erf
June I. IK. itop-over prirj)wir rt b
aliovred within tLr itmtu ta eacs direc
tion. For additional Iniormanoa apply at
I Dion ticket office, ISs Hoctk Mate, Or
Doagiajt aTenc Ktatlou
L&tf V. D. MCJHJQCZ, D. V. A.
A btwAfozr. lithograph taxp of thedtr
shorn ivR fl tli- ctrret n4 locatloa bt Ut
psbHc butldrns. etc, tor le at tbi
Hlank charter end all Uad oi ezi
blank for Je by
Iuk. Wjcarr iUgvx,
IBank of all kind ! la real ftMUr
uauLt&v trt pr6otJlDi0i, jstife
i"i ue Kim ct-njrtpsjdf, can i
!. t I
That Please Ton.
Grey Blankets, -worth 2.00.
Large Red Blankets, worth
Large Comforts worth $L00
Grey Twilled Flannel.
Heavy Striped Skirts.
Eiderdown, worth 60c.
All "Wool Dress
All "Wool German Henriet
tas, worth 60c.
All "Wool Camels Hair Test
Grey Ribbed Merino Vests,
Men's Chinchilla Overcoats
Great reduction in Shoes.
Cloaks at your own fig
ures and many other cut
prices space forbids mention
. We will offer spec
ial bargains in every
department during the
GOLDEN .- EAGLE
226, 228, h? Douglas. Cor. Lawreuco
THE - M USIC - MAN
I hare 300 Guitars in atock
and have reduced tho prico one
third for tho Holidays, also tho
Bame on Violina, Banjos and Man
dolins. This will cive vou a
chance lo got a fine Chriatmajj
preaent for a little money. Pian
os and Organs at jobbora rates
'till Jannary-jsi, 1M)2. What ia
finer for a present than a fine Pi
ano or Organ. Como to the atore
and eavo all commiaaiona and
traveling menu expensea and
where yon can alet from tb
largsst stock in tl Treat Xoa
Till H&re at leat 25 por cent
Don't forget this ia gpeoial for
this month only.
125 Xortfa Main Stni
J. E, HOLLTDAY,
WICHITA , GKOCBEY
Hulk Sted a SptchtUij.
J(l Goinlff Wmrraittrd
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