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$bc IKwMta aila gagTc: uuila faormiug, pweitttrct 12, 1893.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report;
which promises more than
it will perform is of perma
nent ral ue. We recogni zed
this truth loni- ago and our
success is largely duo to the
fact that we have never ad
vertised anything but the
We have a line of hand
some, well-made, perfect fit
1ing and stylish cut, all wool
Beaver Overcoats lined with
sergo and flannel. The col
ors are blue, black, brown,
mode and tan, that Ave are
gelling for the low price of
$9.45.- These garments
were made to sell for 812,
them and let us
"how about it.'
Herman & Hess
406 E. Douglas.
Y. P. S. 0. E. Lecture Course.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
SHUT MB. BELL RIXSHIS CO,
Saturday, .November 181 h.
Flrt of ionise aenti itflinnients. Course tickets
ll.JH1; Miule ndmUsion SOc. Kcsorved beat ( li.irt
at, I.urrMi -'i ding store. 15.1 w
fFnrnished by Applegnte & Mallory,
The records in the register o deeds office
show the following buyers:
"Wichita National batik qcd lot 99
Emporia live English -'5rd add $ 83
xi J' iiHvn'S sur u lot no scimier avo
Gtto't 3rd add ,...
V L Wood vd lot o! 01 Lulu avo
C D Williams vd se U m--c 17-7-4w..
F G Hollar wd lots D aud E Paulhns
J C Manning vd beg o() ft vr 1187 ft s
of ne yi -e V of 29-27-le w 1G0 ft s
72 f t c 110 1 t n 72 ft t o bog 3000
Amount of mortgage relcaseb 1C25
BLACK PEARL COAL
This coal is sold by no other firm in the
xity. We are the sole agents for same.
It is the best cheap soft coal on the market
All otli'erconls iustock. Wichilo Coal Co.,
i18Eaht Douglas. Phone 9J. 1454
The Manhattan cafe will serve a regular
dinner today fiom 12:30 until 2:30, at the
regular price. . ill 53 It
Important hausc of 'Mine
On Santa Fe Bouto on Snndav morning
JCbv. J2th. Oklahoma ami Ft. "Wonh tx
press will leavo at G:15 a. in. instead of 7:20
i. m. as foimerly. The Englewood ex
press daily except Sunday will leave at
H:20 a. m. intend of 9:10 a. m. dial tf
MVlJrT IJMi 'lO I.ICoiNNl OMAHA.
ljocic isumi itoru:.
Aug. 20 the great Ttock Island placed in
Vervice fast trim for t he above points. Leav
ing Wichita ntlPJSa. m., anivingat Jiin
lohiUp. in. and Omaha 30:50 p. m. Ele
gant chair cats on this train w ii hout extra
ibaige. J. ii. Phillips,
City Ticket Agent, icltita, Kan.
T. J. AndliisON,
HWtf A. G. P. A., Topeka, Kan.
.'olid VrstiluU ,11 nlns, IVirlilti to Clmagoatiil
W itlilta tni-ort Wimli. Iimc
August 201 h the Gi eat Rock Island route
will pine in service a solid vestibuled
ttain, conipoEi'd of lccliuing chair c.ir,
Pullman slu-pirs and smoking rar. This
this train will run daily, hning Wichita
t!t:2bi. m arnvingin Chicngo at 0:30
next nioiuing; leaving Wichita at G:30 p.
ni.;miiji!g at Union depot, Foit Woitli,
'lVx.. at li4o lu-xt morning. Xo change of
cars benum iciiita and Chicago oi Fori
Woith. The Ilotk Island i the oulv line
landing pa.'fciugu.s at Engleooil, uithin
cue mile of main entrance to world's fair
g I omuls. Jhiggnge ciui be checked to
Euglewood, thus aoiding the m-h in Cbi
isgo. bliepuig uir sj.aie lesenni and
gcLeral lnlminalion can lie l.ad bj calling
on 01 addiusMiig, j. h. Phillips,
C'iiy Ticket Agent, " icbitn,
AG. T. a ml P. Agent, Topeka, Kan.
Try the Aluubuttitii for
California poetesses n delightful
clinnitf. Almost eeij daj is balmy and
fill! ol siinsliine. Tolnu in -nclinir a few
months nmy s.,ve you a big dccioi bill. It
iliM-sii't ccs-t ninth to try. '1 he Frisco line
Hiid Santa Fe mute will cany you to Los
Angeles, .m Dieyo or San Francisco au
ila, on last votibuled express tiain. lit
Pullman or tourist se-pei. The 3 urney
is through Xvw Mtxico ami Anzons.
wrhere heavy snowfalls Mldom come. It ib
fhoit, quick and toiufoi table straight
across, not muml-about. Once a week
personally -conducted excuisioiia are ruu
lo the Pacific co.ist iu tourist slipper.
Competent poileis and agents in ch.uce
Secoinl class titkets honored, and good
care taken of ladies and clnlurcu without
escort. Very cheap rates fur one way or
round trip, now 111 tfTeit. Write to D
Wishart, G. P. A , Frisco liue. Si. Louis,
Wo., lor copy ol Calltoiui.t excursion leaf'
let and a handsomely Illustrated book
entitled "To Cahf ltu.i and lnek." Near
est Itt-al agtnt oi Fri-co hue 01 Sinta Fc
loute wul l)cli ! tmine ticket late-, and
fuinishiJisirid lufCimationaoiUt iLe tiip.
Don't be u't.iid to ask que.stiotis.
lcn Tr.un s. r o.
Commereiug Oo.oLer 2-M the Great
Keck Island iailway will iLOUgurate a
Jitw touiisr car line between (Jhiaigo,
Wichita, Foit Wcith, Ei Paso, Lo5
Angeles and Fa!i Fumcst-co w.ihout
change of cars. This liir w i.l rnvr V, ich
Ha Amiy foi t'litoi:ii:i p .mts i 0:5 p. in..
nnu 1 01 viiitp.igo in l iioiutsti.st nV 8.2S a.
m. Tin-U, c.u Ji4,k -Island r- 1 liovpiiTy
line luiiiiiiig tl.tough tcunst w,r.--ro CIi
fcrnia will out c-hari.- of cais. Tor
lunlitr iiiljLiiais. ohIt' rtt"Rtc;k. fslm!
:ul.et(polly.coiuer Mam .ntvfPTVfgls
.ciu .. 11. Phillips
t :t tjckPtrnmii.lns.t.iii. ..r 11. .1,1. CI.?
o. Rck Is 'aud and Pnciiic r,iiljy: -
United Presbyieiian church, corner of
Ohio and First, Rev. Janies A. Liwrence.
pastoi Public worship at U a. in. and 7:30
p. m. This being the week of prayer for
young men, the morning-subject will be:
"The Way of the Young 3Ian." Evening
subject: "So Loved (he Woild " Sabbiitli
school '.):50 a. in. Y. P. S. G E fi 30. led by
Miss Lulu Knitxht. Services at Mossman's
hall, Centi.il avenup: Pre idling at 3 p. m.
and Sabbath school at 3:45 p. m. Junior
C. E. at 4:15 p m. Tlimsdny. Praier
meeting at 7:30 p. m. Bible cl i-s at 8:15.
The inteiest i- groiiug in the Bible class.
Come and worship with us.
First Presbyterian church The pastor,
David Winteis, will conduct services to
mormw at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. The suli
ject of the niornliig discourse will be "The
Oi line and Curse of Do-JSotliininsui." The
subject of the e'niiig sermon will be
"Some Perilous Stepping-Stooes lor the
Feet of Young Men of Today." It will
be a sermon for young men. The Sunday
rhool will meet at 0:30 a. m. Th6 Juuior
Y. P. S. C. E. wili meet at 3:30 p. m. At G
n. m. there will lu a union meeting of the
Piesbyterinn Y.J?. S O. E societies or" the
city, which will Ije adlre--ed by that vpry
interesting speaker, Itfiss Wishart of New
York. The floral decorations will be line.
Tlit ev.mgtlistic meeting, will be con
tinued everj- night next week, except Sat
urday. Come to them.
Sr Paul.'s M. E. Church,, corner Thir
teenth street aud L'lwrence avenue Snn
duj school at 9.30 a. m. Preaching at II a.
m. aud 7:30 p. in. by the pnstor, D. McCor
mick. Class meeting at 12 m. Young peo
ple's prayer meeting at 0:45 p. in. There
will be special evangelistic meetings every
evening during thb week. All aie coi
Emporia Avenue Baptist church Rev.
P. Reynolds, pastor. Preaching at 11 .1.
111. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 10 a.
m., 11. P. Cailton, superintendent. Meet
ing of Y. P. S. C. E. at G:30 p. m., Mrs. P.
Olivet Cougiegational church, corner of
Topeka avenue and Orme stieet Pleach
ing at 11 a. 111. by Rev. RobeitJ. McGinni-,,
pastor of Mayflower church. Evening sei
vice at 7:30 o'clock", when Iiei'. Ij. P. Broad
of Topeka will pre'ich. Suudjy school at
12 o'clock. Come, you are welcome.
West Sidn Presbyterian Services at 1L
a. m. and 7:30 p. 111 , conducted by the pas
lor, L. H. Shane. Sabbath school at 3 p. m.
Junior Y. P. S. C. E al 4:10 Y. P. S. C.
E. praise service at 0:45. You are cor
Dodge Avenue M. E church Snndav
1 school at 9:45 a. in.. J. E. Weaver, super
intendent. Pleaching at 11 a. m. aud 7
p. m. by the pastoi , Z. W. Anderson. The
Juuior league meets at 3 p. 111. and the
Senior at 7 p. ui. Welcome to all.
First B iptist church, at the Y. M. C. A.
building, corner Topeka aveuue and First
stieet Regular preaching services 111 the
auditorium at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. ui , L.
A. Hall, pastor. Subject o'f morning ser
mon: "Miignnninutv in Service.5' Even
ing prelude ou next Sunday school lesson:
"How to be a Christian." Evening ser
rao'i: "Will Siucerity Save a Man ?"
Young people's meeting at G:30 n. m.
Sunday school at 9.30 a. in.
Unitaiian services will be held Sunday
at 11 a. m. iu Board of Trade hall. Rev.
W. S. Vail of St. Paul, Minn., will preach
on "Sutvivals of Ancieut Ide.ts iu Modern
Life.'' Au interestiug musical program
will be given by the quartette, composed
of Mr. aud Mrs. Garr, Mrs. Hubert Child
and Mr. Boyd McKnight. The program
Duet "Let the People Praise Thee"
(from Eli) , Costa
Solo "Consider the Lilies" Topliff
Quartette "The Lord is My Shepherd"
Suudny school at 2:30 p. m. .The public
ate cordially invited.
Church of Chiist (Scientist) Services at
11a.m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Bible
reading Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Study "of
Suudny school lesson Thursday at 2:30 p.
in. Hall southwest coiner of Market ucd
rust streets. All are invited.
St. John's Episgpal church, corner of
Thud street and lopeka avenue Services
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 111. Morning service
regular choir aud music by the Silver
Lake quartette. Popular topic for ser
mon. Sunday school at 9.80 a. m., Harrv
Gordon, superintendent. Young people's
chapter at 5 p. m. All cordially Invited to
Pastor Sims invites you to' the Central
on Lord's day. "Was Chiist Seeu Affer
His Resunection ?" is the theme for 10:45
. m. "Down Into Sodom," is the . subject
for 7:30 p. m. Come, you are welcome.
Lincoln Street Piesbyterjan church, cor
ner of South Emporia avenue aud Lincoln
street The pastor. Rev. George R. Smith,
will conduct sei vices both morning and
evening. Preaching services at 11 a. m.
ami :.) p. in. Sundiv school at 9:45 a. m .
Y. P. S. C. E. nt G:S0. p. m. All are coi
dially invited to these services.
Y. M. C. A. At the Y. M. C A. meeting
Sunday afternoon Robert J. McGiuuis of
me .mencun Home Missionary society
vill speak. Meeting at 4 o'clock in the
Y. M. C. A. auditorium. Men welcom-.
Mayflower Congregational church ex
tends a cordial imitation to all its services
Preaching at 11a. m. by Rev. L. P. Bro id
of Topeka. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30.
Robert J. McGinnis, pastor.
At the First M. E. church, between Sec
ond and Third streets, ou Lawrence ave
nue. Don S. Colt, the pastor, will preach
ut 10:30 in the morning and at 7:30 iu the
evening. The cloitis choir, uudcr the
direction of Mrs. Nellie Hobbs Smyth,
will render the mr.s.c at these services
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m., W. E. Stan
ley, superintendent. Epwotth league at
7 p. m Reival service in the evening.
You are cordially invited 10 th:;se services.
WHERE THE WIDOW IS STRONG.
She Is 1r Exactln-r, Understands
and la Canning In CTatteiy.
The peculiar charm of the widow is
derived from the broader views she ac
quires during her marriap;e, says the
San Francisco Argonaut. Her connubial
experience taug-ht her to he unselfish,
considerate, sympathetic, and these
arc, above all other attributes, those
which go straight to the heart of a
man. A .widow understands men. She
sees down into the recesses of their j
hearts. She knows how to feign that
she appreciates them. She is familiar
with their weak spots. She Icnows
what form of subtle flattery will sub
due them and what will disgust them.
She has learned what things to say and
what things to leave unsaid. She is
aware that man is a selfish beast, and
that, to effect his capture, a woman
must efface herself and shape her con
versation and behavior so that he shall
be the main object in view. Most men
are always thinking of themselves,
their aims, their hopes, their fears,
their pursuits, their appearance. It is
the cunningest form of flattery for a
woman to make it appear that these
are the things in which she is inter
ested; this the bright widow can do
until she infatuates her man.
The unmarried girl is like the man.
She, too, is always thinking of herself.
She is impatient when the conversa
tion is diverted from her charms and
her thoughts. Her idea of the world
is that it is a smalishrine in which she
sits on a pedestal and the man kneels
at her feet. Now, she may be pretty
and sweet, with cheeks like roses and
a voice like music, but the kneeling
posture becomes fatiguing after a
time. The man longs to rise to his
feet and stretch himself. This strikes
the girl as evidence of unappreciative
n'ess and indiff erence,and she resen ts it
Her idea is that permission to worship
at her pretty feet ought to be enough
for anyman. She knows that she is di
vine, and what more can any man ask
than to bask in the light of her divin
ity? In a word, she is selfish, conceit
ed, inconsiderate and thoughtless, and,
after a careful study of her, men leave
her to woo a widow.
1000 PARLOR CLOCKS GIVEN AWAY !
"With every purchase of $2 5. 00, we give away Free an Elegant Parlor Clock. Bead card be
low for explanation. -
jo j 25' 1 25 25 25 25 25 j 25 25 25 50 1 50
50 50 i 50 50 j 50" 50 50 50 50 j 50 j 50 j 50
$25.00 XX $25.00
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
226-228 E. Douglas, Cor. Lawrence.
50 50 50 81 1 $1 1 81 1 61 1 81 1 61 1 81 1 81 1 '81
50 50 50 50 I 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 j 50
This ticket with all the marginal figures punched
out will be received iu full-payment for one Parlor
"When you purchase anything at our store, present your
ticket and have the amount punched out. Nothing less than
25 cents can be punched. Any larger amount than that will
be called the amount nearest to it which is divisible by 25.
Thus 40 would be called 50, 35 would be called 25, etc Cali
and see the Clock and you will surely use this ticket aud tell
your friends about it. Anyone can have a ticket by asking.
Sioux Love of Coffee.
The Indians have become extremely
fond of coffee, which is largely issued
to them, and which they have learned
to prepare well. They have it at
every meal, and often between times.
The squaws are good breadmakers, too,
baking it before the fire in cakes like
loaves, crusted equally on all sides.
Stewed dog is the piece de resistance
of dancing feasts and meals of cere
mony, and perhaps the flesh would not
have tasted badly even to us, had we
not witnessed the dreadful prelim
inaries to its cooking. One killing
took place before our eyes just outside
the lodge. An old woman caught the
unfortunate cur and held it flat on the
ground while an old man beat out its
brains with a club. The carcass was
then held over the fire long enough to
singe off all the hair, after which it
w as carved into email pieces. The two
cooks paused long enough in their op
eration to devour the raw liver as their
perquisite. Some tribes always roast
the dog, but these Sioux boiled or
We lead in Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes.
We have the Largest Stock, Best Goods, and Lowest Prices.
Our Baltimore Tailor-made Form Fitting Mens and Young Mens Suits
qualed in the city and at prices to knock all competition.
lAdy MayoreM Chain.
The lady mayoress of York is the
only mayoress in England who wears
an official chain. At the beginning of
the seventeenth century a chain was
presented to the then lady mayoress,
and has heen handed down ever since.
In More Ways Than One Archie
"So, since you lo6t your fortune, you
have had to give up your viiict, eh?"
Reginald "Yes; since I ot rid of the
cares aud annoyances of wealth I am
tny owi man ajain." Judye.
Elixir of Jjlfe.
Xo. 115 Williams si icet. one lor. 3-room
houe aud rmrt. or ndjoiuiu house loci ted
between city building mid iio-tofiice.
Cheapts-t Ini-mei locution iu center of
town. Suitable for CHiriayc repository,
wholesale lruit or uaieliotKr.
llARTlORII JN ESTMEXT CO.,
H9 tf H tnH02 fcedt,mck Block.
laKectaycat "oble for Ictumseh. Bu
.mil shortest loute. ai. fcHKAREi:.
The MNsouri Pacific Jtaiiw.iy conip.my
has. plated in its train service tue mo-t ele
t:nnt lechniuK chalr'c.irs tli.it ever appear
ed in the equipment of any line ne-tof the
Mississippi nver riiee cars, now run
daily hetvurn Wichita and St. Louis and
Wichita ai.d Denver. Ti uyaie models of
Leant y ai. 1 comfort. Tint ch.n!r- are -nation'
e.isily .idjntted andcomfortableaud
oi the mm;, Juiot iUmjiu. iwerv c.ir is
equipped wuli ihe celebrated Piutscii j;a.
lyht Mjtem vrLeiehy piisem.-ei--. cm ix.-ul
" vreli .! l.y ihi.M, ,il:i Lulus nun
with tiie obnoxious ouoi emanatim; from
oil lamps. Cars are hc.ttetl by steam from '
me enmiie thus : llo:itnm .m eien temper
ature llirougi.ou iliewtr s fll a- nvoitl
inj: i he t!i ers eijienencu! in the oM car
rtuve -Mtin. It jou toulcmpl.ite "OIIli;
east or cs. trj ll.e.Mi-uim Kiciu'c rail
w.ij St. Louis i".ist express Jca es Wichita
cmly nt 1;JT p. in. .usiw.s in St. Louis at
:lo next nn.ri mi;. Den wr expt es leaves
Hlm.i .ft 00 p. ui. dully. liss tf
mstmtm : r
"We have always bad the reputation of carrying the Largest. Best and Cheapest stock of Men
Overcoats from-$1.7o and up. Boys Overcoats ages 14. to 19 from si.oO -iipChildrens Capo OvercoaU
ages 3 to 1-2 from 89c up. ' . " ' '- , '.'" "-.'" "
Eemember we sell the latest bhapes in Derbys and Fedoras, such as Enox and Dunlap styles worth
$2.50, $3.00 and 83.50 at $1.18. See west window.
In 'II h i I ii' I' i i h mi i Hi! ! i
KANSAS TO THE FRONT
W Ith a 1 ast and Jmprim 1 Train Scr ice to ICan-
.iSUitjt at. ljimt , CIu..ii And thu
George f. Greenman, 252 X. Market St.,
Wlchitii, Kansas, m ikes the followim;
statement: Two ye ir- o I took a severe
cold which settled on my hums. I imme
diately applied to a physician. Ha at
tended me for some time witliont-any ben
efir. Thinking; some other physician might
help me I chanced. I gradually rew
worse; iu fact I gradually went down al
together during tha two yeirs I waa
treated by seven different physician.
Three of the seven told nn I ha 1 lung
trouble and there wis no Jialp forme
Had coughing spells that would last from
one to two hour. The pist eight months
1 was not able to lie down to sleep; had to
it bolstered up in a ch dr. Was reduefd
in flesh to almost a skeleton. Was not
able to walk a block without stopping to
rest. Hearing of the wonderful cures
made by Dr. Terrill I applied to him on
the J th of September. He gave mo a thor
ough examination and told mo hn could
help me aud probably cure me. He com
meuceil to nive me the wonderful 0one
truatmeui generated by the Static bat
tery. I commenced to g iin at ouce. H ivu
gained twenty pounds in weight iu eigne
weeks. Can lie down and leep comfort
ably. Can walk two miles without
fatigue. One wanting to Know more of
my wise cm call on or addr- me at the
itbovp n.inil)r. GtORGE.M GkseXMAX.
Wichita. K.m., Nov 2. ISM H5J it
Commencing Sunday, Mny 14tb, the
Missouri Pacific iailway placed iu opera
tion in addition to its present service, n
excellent through traiii between points in
Southern Kansas and Kansas City, St.
Loui-, Chicago anp the Woild's fair. The
new tiaiu, 2o. 4G2, leaves Anthony daily
nt 6:50 ii. m.; Wichita, 0.00 a. in.; El Uo
rauo, 10 n. m.; Yates Centre, 12:30 p. in.,
aniving at Kansas City at 5:43 d. m., mak
ing diiect connections with fast Missouri
Pacific trains to St. Louis, aud with all
line to ChicJigo.
This it- probadly the most satisfactory
and service.inle schedule ever placed into
effect between points in Southern K.ms.is
and the north aud east, aud places the
state of Kn!us on an equal footing with
other states in the matter of f.ist trains to
the Worlds Fair city. An elejrant equip
ment is used in the make up of this special
and everything is looked after th.it vvii
dd to the comfort, of the passengers. For
further information lttj regard to rate-,
ioutes, maps, time tables, etc., addtess
uearest Missouri Pacific mil way ticket
agent, or H. C. Townsend, general pas
senger and ticket agenr, St. Louis Mo., or
E. K. ULliCKLEl,
P. & T. A. Wichita, Kan.
Telephone 211, 114 North X.aiii i.treet.
A 1 rip to ijoutliern California.
Children Cry for
Tiie mill-tier owrjlto Xew York stor,
tins rcnutl rutins KOXorth Main, and be-
tore muinTi"H.k to same will ell all4
jraiiaiiu cai', iiictnuiug IKitlein hnt-. at'
n gfeai reiiuciion nb couimeucing Tri-djv--omori.iir.
.Vcv. JOtb. nd cantinuinir
rt h 2t
C-il.roniU Mid-Wlmcr spo-,l Ion.
On account of the above n.imtil occa"ion
1 tickets to tue Pacific coast will be availa
ble at greatly retiticed rates. Tha atten
tion of tne unl'lic 13 called to siiwrinr
r.ceotnmodatiou". .is well as train serv.ee '
and equipment otlred by the Missouri
P.icidumil-tav m counccttoti vr.zh the
Denver ..ml Rio Gmnde an 1 Snuthern
P.'ic.fic ralhvny or Union I'acific anil
southern Pacific ru I roads. Iis-eucerd
Ue-iirmg a southern route can be accum-
ntoda'eii in like manner. Bj calling at '
this Qtuce I will take measure in farnisti
nniil Xt.v. 15i.
Hegiuning Oct. 22, a daily tonrist car
will Le run from Cfiirasro to the Pacific
couxt, via "the great Rock Island route,
Cl icago i o Kansas City, thence Wichita
aud through the beautiful Indian Terri
toiv, via Fort Worth and Ki Paso, Te.v ,
to Lo Angeles and San Francisco. This
car will leave Chicago daily on ttain Xo.
11 at 0 p. m., and passengers t.iking this
loute will not only receive the benefit of
very superior accommodation, but also
will save a great many hour iu time.
The new southern roureis particularly de
sirable iu fall and winter season, .mil the
well knowu reputation of the Hock Inland
Jnurc pnsengers a comfortable trip.
Our patrons arealwavs provided lor in the
t best mnuuer po-vsitl , and these cars will
lie in cuarge of a Pullman conductor
vell as pprter, and everj'thing pertainiag
to the cimfrt of our patrons will b Ctre
fuily looke I after aud a pleasant trip
Adding this daily car to the "Rock
Island S rvice" does not iu any maimer
affect the present Phillip Rock island
Tourist Eucursiou- that run eutt-uci kly
from Chicago over the Rock I-Hud to
Pueblo, at d via lite Scenic tud OUhu
toiite- to Su Francisco n'il Lo- Angeles
without change. J. II. PHILLIP.,
CjTicW. t Ag.-:.
dT49 tf U. P. A., Cnicago.
T-. fi ..
Fine W.irm Vinter Footwear. Xr
bettor Warm. Goods made.
X'ow ou Sale at
Old Reliable Shoe Store
120 E. Douglas Ave.
u -'wm v,'vzrz'x -t
Tli best lines of Flno and Res 1 Fit
ting Footwear over brought t this
city. All widths, latest tUyleri all
h 7e: Ir m the llnest lo the t-oarpes
Wo nl?o wi.sh tf call your special al
ien tion ti our Cork Sole Goods foi
mi-n and women, a uoii-rcuductor ol
Jh-at ;md Aloie-tnie; the best ahte for
inter we irmado.
Alio a full line of Mens Fine Sewed
and lVgged Roots, light ami heavy
X"o trouble to show good?. All goods
warranted and sold at the Lowest Living-Prices-.
HATE i (OYSTERS
YOU -OUIlJ CLA2JS
TRIED j ( CRABS
: THE :
Manhattan Cafe and Restaurant.
IF NOT, DON'T FA1 L TO DO SO.
Try our BrsiNESS 3lENS Dl.vEK. 30.
V e cafr ti the public antc. Opn
daj- and night. A place Jo uJ;e Tour
seeihart, wif. mother, or sister fiftr
the theater. F. C. 3Ianoockt. Prop.
RigRarzains in Pianos and Organi
Time.i arti rlos for monoy; now Is the
time for r-i ih buyer.s to have mom).
Ten hijrh grade J'ianiM at f ictoiy cost
a lot of Pianos ind Organs from 15
up; good high grade P'ano little uieil
for $175: a lot of good boennd hatul
organ .$15 to A5o A little money
will buy a flue iuatrument- Wc -aill
be glad tohow you If you will call.
31y JJb ycles are going fast and will
Ik- all sold cheap till closed out. Dont
ftil to tall anil .see them 50 per ceut
It'-.- on most all kind.
'hiiagoaml Xw Tork pHcps on
all 3Iu-ical OooiIh to dealer. Largo
-tock jiibt in ported.
129 N. Main Street.
$2 TO S3 PER DAY
JX0.B. CAREY Prop.
C. Y. CAiiEY, Mgr.
Swab. The Tailor has re
moved to 13S X. 3Iain Street.
Xew Fall Goods are in and
you are invited to call and
Come and see the best
23.00 Suits in the city for
The Western Tr.-ul i nuhlilied qmrtsr- ,
ly by Uie Chicago. lio k I-land and Pacific 1 : ,. -
railway. It lelN how to act a farm iu U.- ' "' n,rr Tou-t-t Jlrts rtthe saota re- Uncur
we-t, nud it will Lcmltovoa gratis for Commi-nclns Oct. lT,tlj aad in cotiaac
or.fc vr,nr. Sud nn; ud adlrf- to j m tffeel uniii My J, 1G9I, Uic&iitn s
-Ion;. SHiiSTIAy. G. P. A. J page until Jnot 1. 154. Slop oYer-
iliowrti tnrontfr. TrroiraindaMV- morn-
Urc or iurhPs I'arUf ! in" afiil uizhl Tliromrh chnir kuA l--
once to -Toha -Sefwstiao, fingcor ervicsr. For lortber twrticaiar-
Should snd nt
ing nil nccejsary Iuformattou on ilu- sul- . ant-ml tictetagcm. Chicago, Rockl-Jaoi! I c?.ll on any local ticket ascut or addr
J!- , r. iv iJLhCKLEV, ant! Pncilic rniho id, Chicago. Ten cents, i the uoUer-iguwI.
P.tssencer and Ticket Agent. Alisonri in simi-. wMrt fr sW s'tel-Mi in!
I'dfUuc r.tflway. IU ortU ilniu atrfct. j yoa tvtr i.uil! !. Fr H you ilJ receive J
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Ill E. First.
The pnetcripiioa file, fcoro Frrd HfeLfn
drog lor- can in taznil At OzAutm ,"c
Djrr a. U'2 N. 3biia. AH y-ttmn, rkhjBg
prtscriptlcas refilled pita? notice
"Without a rival
for tone, toncfa
Barnes & Nevvcomb
407 SL DOUGLAS.
Vc trill rra& tmr URKTH i:.f, vr
TALlZliHfre for . vr:i'l t,rJnl,
losuiriiUcBlfcHiu irom CHHOXlt'
ftf na for psrucuUrj to
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