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9fte $2liclnto Ipatlxj gaxjle: jatttrtfog l$tormtrg, l$fog 5 18&8,
To overcome the People's interest in Onr Bargains.
50 doz French Ecru corsets all
sizes finely stayed, never sold for
less than $1.00. Special at 49c.
See what elegant bleached
jean drawers we are offering at
29c. Cannot be matched for
less than 50c.
An immense line of balbrig
gan undershirts in unbleached
and gendarme blue for 39c.
Just received a full line of
gent's French balbriggan under
wear in fancy and plain that
are worth 81.00, we offer for
See those fine plaited white
shirts we are selling at S9c.
Ladies kid shoes, $1.25.
Ladies fine Brazilian kid shoes,
worth 82.50. for 1.98.
Ladies fine hand-turned shoes
worth. $3.50, for $2.50.
Ladies opera slippers worth
$1.00, for 60c.
Ladies fine French-turned" slip
pers worth $1.50, for 1.00.
We place before, you 100
dozen 'Jersey Ribbed Yests, ele
gant shape, worth 50c, for 29c.
25 dozen ladies chemise, ele
gantly trimmed in lace or em
broidery, made in fine muslin,
,vorth 1.00, choic 49c. '
So fa, So MmM h Magnetic.
, xwWcn, .v -nuvUUj
GREAT NECKWEAR SALE.
200 dozen gent's fine neck
wear worth from oOc to 1.00.
Choice Saturday 25c.
As the trade making Specialties at the ENTERPRISE.
COMMENCING- MAY 10.
Wiehita : Exposition
70 genuine full-blooded Indians
headed by the noted chiefs,
Bed Cloud and Wild Ilorse.
70 cowboys, Mexicans and cow
girls, riding bucking horses
and lassoing wild steers.
A HERD OF BUFFALOES.
100 wild mustangs, wild Texas
steers, wild untamable horses
that have never been saddled.
The attack of the stage coach
by Indians and rescued by
Grand Encampment and Indian
Watch for the Street Parade !
Play-rain or shine. Admission
25 cents. Gates open at 1
p. m., performance at 3.
-TF.W PRAWFORn RRAN'D.
iN L. M. CRAWFORD, Manager.
Saturday, May 4th,
GRAND MATINEE FOR LADIES &, CHILDREN.
MADISON SQUARE THEATRE SUCCESS,
Wm. Young's Charming Comedy,
T : H : E :-: K. : A : J : A : H
OVER 280 NIGHTS
- At the Madi-on Square Theatre, N. Y.
A. Superb Comedy Company' Original Grand
fctenorj ! Brook of Real Running Water.
REGULAR PRICES. - SECURE SEATS.
-T7ICH1TA MUSEUM A. FAMILY T HKATRE
Fked. Roniu:ss, Pioprletor Manager,
south Mr.in struct.
"Week Commencing Monday, April 30th.
GRAND DOUBLE BILL.
First appearance in this city o the sreat
Tho Stronccst min on Earth, in wonderful feats of
Also will appear
Ventriloquist and Maprician.
In Second Sight Mystery.
Mr. Jules Garrison in tho latest motto songs.
Mr. Davo McCord in now wooden shoo song and
Punch and Judy, for the little folks.
Commencing Monday the domttic comedy drama,
TOBY, THE TIMES.
Commencing Friday foyi.pcci.il requt of a number
of tho patrons Mr. 1 .no McCord laughable
comoii tiraia, muiieti
THE :-: TBAMP.
Will be pioduced for the balance of tho week.
Performance evcrv aftci noon and night. Ladies
and Childien's Day'Satuidav afternoon.
10c ADMITS TO EVERYTHING. l'Vs
E ery lady visiting the rau'eum w 111 receive tick
ets for handsome Genuine Din'nnml Ring that will
be drawn Saturday Hftpnioon. Ma ID. Now on ex.
l.lbition at MobacherV lewetry -tore.
Gcntle:nens grand watch draw flig Friday night of
The following are the transfers of
tte liled in tho recorder's ollice ye
.Hermes & Smith to G W Walter 1
Garfield Land Company to II G Ros
lot;. 49 to 51 Lincoln st Garfield 2nd
W P Gossard to W R Brunnoek s w
or 15 29 4 w
HH Cober to C A Lewis lot 22 to S2
block 9 Millwood ave Wheelers
H Brown to J O Rutherford lots 1 3
and 5 Mascot ave Steet & Ellrotfc
S E Woltz to A Brown n w qr 21 2S 4
C L Southwick to B E Rowlen n w
qr20 27 3 w
P Getto to W C Moore lot 5 Schiller
ave Gettos 2nd .
S I) Everett to J Hucton, n hf lot 3
Spruce st Park place add
L A Merchant to W Karr lots 10 to 10
Erie st McMill's sub
Geo W Walter to D O Smith 1 acre
J Stewart to S E Woltz nw qr 21 2S
H M Warner to II Remie lots 35 and
37 block 15 Orchard Grove add
H E Dawrence to D M Kirkbride lots
1. 3, 5, 7, Davtou ave Gleudale. ...
K Cober to J R Wallace lots 2 to 14
block G Milwood ave "heeler's
Parties having nice furnished rooms to
rent.m the vicinity of the Occidental hotel,
please report at once at the Occidental
oflice. A. X. Demlng. 146 2
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Personal property statements have been
left at pach hou.se and place of business in
the city. It will give better satisfaction
to eacn tax payer to call at the assessors
office and assist in adjustinctlieirnerson.il
property statement. Those who do not
attend to this matter will have a return
made for them by the assessor.
"W. F. Greex, Assessor,
d 139 tf 103 W. Douglas.
Jas. T. Johnson's circus, corner Fourth
avenue and First street, for one week,
commencing Saturday, May 5. A great
old time circus. Don't fail to see it. Su
perb cornet band. Free, exhibition every
day at 1:30 o'clock. Hard time prices.
General admission 25c, reserved seats 25c,
children loc. Every thine chaste, moral
and refined. Can be visited by ladies and
children can come uitn propriety. Good
order will be maintained throughout.
Basket. Baskets, Rackets
We have just received the finest line of
covered willow baskets" that ever was in
the city. Come and select your before the
assortment is broken. Chas.Fuller, 202 E.
Douglas ave. 146 2t
Vestibule Trains to Chicago,
The Vestibule train is a new factor in
western railroad transportation. Jt is
claimed for these trains that on account of
their being connected by steel hoods all
danger of telescoping in ca'-e of an acci
dent is removed, the train beinc: practically
one long car. It is certain that the oscilla
tion of the cars is greatly reduced, and it
is also certain th.it the vestibule trains
afford the greatest comfort yet known to
traveler. The adoption of this style of
train by the Chicago, Santa Fe S;Cali
nia Railway between Kansas City and
Chicago is a strong bid for the passenger
traflic between the west and Chicago.
This new toad is in many particulars
ahead of any of its older competitors, and
will undoubtedly be the poDular loadto
Chicago. . 140 12t
NEW THROUGH OAR SERVICE.
Via. Colorado Short Line to Pueblo and Denver
(Missouri Pacific Railway.)
Commencing today, Sunday April 1
solid trains composed of coaches ana Pull
man buffet sleeping cars, will be run daily
between Kansas City and Pueblo and Den-
er, via the Missouri Pacific railway and
Colorado Short line. .Leave Kansas City
at 8:'J0 a. m. Train leaving "Wichita at 3:0
r. m., connects with the train at Geneseo,
Kan. For rime tables, information and
reservation of sleeping car berths, call at
the city ticket ofiice, 127 Main street, or
depot office, corner 2nd and Wichita Sts.
N. C. Keeran,
dl7-tf Passenger and Ticket Agent
Sxnta Fe Route.
Colorado and Utah excursion rates, com
mencing April 1st, 1SS3 and continuing
sale until September UOth, 1888, unless oth
erwise advised, the tAtchison, Topeka &
Sauta Fe railroads will sell tickets to the
following summer resorts, viz: Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Trinidad for
23 round trip; Salt Lake and Ogden $45.50
lound trip, tickets good for three months
from date of sale with a limit of thirty
dajs going and returning with stop-over
Erivileges. The Santa Fe is the only line
aving morning and night trains to these
points, also the only stone ballast line be
tween Wichita and Denver. Its bridges
are all iron and stone, making it the
smoothest, safest and most comfortable
route to the west, besides saving from eight
to ten hours in time. For further infor
mation about side trips etc., call at Union
ticket office, 122 North Main street, Union
depot, Oak street and Douglas avenue sta
tion. .W. D. MURDOCK,
119-tf Passenger Agent.
Laws of Kansas.
Dassler's compiled laws and session laws
for 'b7 for sale at this oflice at the standard
Evaporated peaches 20 cents a pound at
S. M. Supply Co. 127-tf
at prices to suit the rich and poor, great
and small. Will hold 1 to 4 according to
circumstances. Go quick to Robinson &
Successful Opening of the Great Ellsworth
(&U Louis A San KrancUco Railway.)
The now, the cheap, the most direct and
popular line to all points in Wjoming,
Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington
territor. The appreciation of the Un
equalled advantages offeied by this line to
the traveling public is amply shown by its
liberal patronage. Those contemplating
moving or making a pleasure trip to any
point "in the above named states or terri
tories should not fail to write or call upon
W. D. Murdock, passeuger and ticket
agent, 122 North Main street, who will
cheerfully furnish maps, time tables and
any other general information desired.
116-tf General Passenger Agent
Wanted to Rent.
A modern improved 10 or 12 room house,
located north oi 13th street. A family of
adults, firstclass tenants. Address "G,"
Eagle office. d93-tf
lintel for Rent.
A newly repaired, painted and papered
fourteen room hotel, one-half block from
Douglass avenue. Fine location, every
convenience. Price moderate to good
tenant. Also good three room house m
same locality. Write or see H. F. Knight,
tinder Cituens' bank, this citv. 155-"tf
Mackeral in tomato sauce 25 cents a can
at S. M. Supply Co. 127-tf
Don't forget when you want a good
harness or a nrst cius. trunk or traveling
bag and ummer duster go to the Main
Street Harness store, 350 North Main
Yon C3U save money by going to the 5
and 10 cent store for your tinware and
glassware at 3562 North Main street.
You can find a complete stock of ham
mocks and fixtures, Iishing tackle, ilags
and Chinese lanterns for decorating and
fireworks in variety cheap at the 5 and 10
cent store, 356J North 3fain street.
"Happy Gold Canst," No. 14.713, A. J. C.
C This highly bred Jersey bull will be
kept for service at tur barn," 1405 Fairview
avenue. L. F. Sherwood. 142 6t
To sell Underwear at Such Low
Prices as we are going to at
Our Great Grand
ALL WEEK! ALL WEEK!
Gents white Merino under
shirts worth 3Qc at 15a
Gents white gauze undershirts
worth 40c at 1 8c.
Gents grey summer undershirts
worth 50c at 25c.
Gents salmon colored under
shirts worth 50c at 25c
Gents white gauze lock-s bitched
undershircs worth 55c at 29c.
Gents balbriggan silk bound
shirts and drawers worth 60c at
Gents extra fine angola silk
bound shirts and drawers worth
75c at 38c.
Gents French balbriggan, Feb.
neck, silk bound shirts and draw
ers worth $1 at 49c.
Gents Din stripe balbriggan silk
bound shirts and drawers worth
$1 at 50c.
Gents solid colored rench bal
briggan, French neck, silk bound
shirts and drawers worth $1.50
Gents fancy striped undershirts
and drawers wortn $1.25 at 65c.
Gents lancy striped French bal
briggan, French neck, silk bound
shirts and drawers worth $1.75
Gents fancy striped French
balbriggan, French neck, silk
bound shirts and drawers worth
$2.5 at $1.25.
The opcortunity of the season
to replenish your summer ap
parel at the acknowledged
418 E. Douglas Avenue.
To I'artlr s Pa ins Rent.
Now is the time to secure a home on
easy terms in the noi th pait of the city.
Make your monthly payments on a home.
Apply to L. F. Sherwood, 1405 Fairview
avenue. 142 Ct
At Liberal, Kan.
Real estate and land reliably represented
by H. V. Nichols. References, 2. Sliank
lm and J. B. Carnes. capitalists, Trenton,
Mo., and W. C. Shinn, capitalist. Bodge
City, Kan. 135 lm
Three cans of green peas for 25 cents at
S. M. Supply Co. 127-tf
Passengers for Wellsford, for Coldwater
and Ashland be sure and take Lake's
straight line and save twenty-four hours'
time; arrives at Coldwater at S:30 p. m.
List your property -with A. E. Shober,
rooms 2, 4 and C. No. 14GNorth Main street,
over Santa Fe bakery. 110-tf
Each Township Treasurer should
have a Treasurer's Record. Stray Record,
Transcripts. Compiled Laws of'lSSS, and
a full assortment of blanks. For sale at
Free reclining chair cars are now running
on all trains on the C, K. fc N. railway,
"Rock Island Route," between Wichita,
Topeka. Kansas City, St. Joseph, Chicago, !
St. Louis. Q ti
We want reliable men for each county in I
the states of Kanas and Missouri to sell I
the best "mllintr article extant, Atrents are '
making from ten (?10) to twentv 7SC dol
lars a day. Address Moes &. Luster, 3SI
Bond treet, Cleveland, O. dl29 24
By not buying your book's stationery
etc at Robinson & Champion's. dll2-tf
Buy your blank books and stationery a
Robinson & Champion's new book store.
Free wclininir rJiajrvrtarTinTT- -nnn;nr.
on all trains on the C., K. & N. R'y. '-Rock
xsiana. flouw," Between ichita. Topeka,
Kansas City, St. Joseph. Chicago. Su
On Strictlv choleft inrir? cut r,rn.. a
coed improved farms. Money on hand.
Interest paid annually. L. W Claff
So-tf. 107 S. Mata,
This powder never rarie. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St..
Are you "all run down" Hood's sarsa
parilla is the great building up and
strengthening medicine. 142 tf
FKEEt FKEE! PKEEI
OIonarcb,"209 N. Mala Street, a. SCO
Music Box Free.
To introduce to the smokers of Wichita
our elegant line of cigars, tobacco and
smokers' supplies we will give with each
purchase of 25 cents or upwards a ticket
entitling the owner to one chance on tho
music box fiee. The prize, together with
the finest line of Key West auu imported
cigars in the citv, now on exhibition at the
Monaich, 209 N. Main. W. E. Reeves.
Maple svrup 90 cents per gal. can at S.
M. Supply Co. 127-tf
Eagle ruDiisiilnz House.
M. M. Murdock & B'-o., proprietors,
printers, binders, publishers and blank
book manufacturers. All kinds of county,
township and school district records and
blanks. Legal blanks of every description '
Complete stock of justices' dockets'and
blanks. Job printing of all kinds. Cor
respondence solicited. Address all com
R. P. Mubdock, Manager,
dSS-tf w24-tf Wichita, Kansas
All Drivers have positive orders to pre
vent passengers from getting on and off
front platform of cars, or btand on tho
Passengers must keep off of the front
platform. Wichita Stf.eet R'r Co.
Money to loan on improved real estate at
room 505, Sedgwick block. Jno. E. Coul
To hire a good, steady driving horse for
three months. Will be cared for bv com
peteutman. L. W. Clapp, 107 S. Main st
We hereby give notice that R. J. Singer ,
formerlv citv solicitor for us. is no longer
in our employ. Wichita Ckackek Co.
The popular line tor California, Oregon,
Washington territory and all Pacific coast
points is tho Missouri Pacific, "Ft. Scott
The Kansas Loan & Investment Co. have
money to loan on improved city property
for 6 or 12 months time. Office over Vich
ta Nat'l Bank: ISOtf
All the time you want, at 6 per cent in
terest, on vacant lots in several good addi
tions by making a small payment down
See A. E. Shober, rooms 2, 4 and 6, over 140
North .Main street. 110-tf
Money to Loan.
On improved real estate in the city: also on
farms room 505, Sedgwick block. Jno. E.
improved farms made at
Lombard Mortgage Com
RttA. and Order Wnit Ton Should Hare,
Each township trustee should have a '
comply ti nil iu3 Xjlyt
trustae's record, road record, noor record
and a full set of township records and other j
blanks, worth at least o. Also some sta
tionery. Each township treasurer should hare a
Each township clerk should have a clerk'3
record and warrant book.
Each justice of the ppace should haTe a
civil docket, criminal docket, stray record
transcripts, compiled laws of lSSS, and a
full assortment of blanks.
Each constable should hare an assort
ment of blanks.
Each road overseer should have a road
overseers account book, receipt book for
labor, receipt book for extra work and a
receipt book for material used.
The above should be furnished to the
officers of each well regulated township at
the expense of the township.
For sale at the Eagls office. Orders
promptly filled by mail or express prepaid.
For Vauj Ontr.
First motor will leave Thirteenth creet
at S a. rn. for Burton Car works and Valley
Second motor will leave Thirteenth street
at 0:25 a. m. and every hour thereafter
The car will leave Douglas avenue on
even hours, as uual. commencing at
S a. m. 117 tf
Only $23 round trip to Denver, Pueblo
and Colorado Springs, and $45 ronnd trip
to Salt Lake and Ocdea, via the Missouri
Pacific railway, the sew short lias. Free
echsing chair cars, and Pullman sleepers
us throach. 120 tf
TESTING- A GREAT IMS.
VISIT TO THE WORKSHOP OF THE
LATE ALVAN CLARK.
Finishing tho Object Glass of a Great
Telescope rolijhinj -with the Palm oi
tho Hand A Peep at a Star A
In 18S2 I called to see Alvan Clark, the
distinguished constructor of telescopes, who
has just died. I found him at his homo m
Cambridgeport, Mass. His sons -nere busy
putting the finishing touches to the great
telescope object glass then being made for
the Russian Astronomical observatory at
Pulkova. The Pulkova objective was to be
placed in a temporary mounting that very
evening to ba tested for the first time on
It is in the after correction and perfecting
of tho objective w hich calls for tho special
skill which has made Alvan Clark's name so
famous. The largo objectives, such as tho
Pulkova and Lick glasses, are giound and
polished by machineiy. Tno levers work in
opposite directions, and are so arranged that
any part of the glass surface may be reached,
doing tho n ork. The final polish, i hich is of
the most delicate natui e imaginable, is done
with tho surface of the hand. Sir. Clark went
so far as to say that one revolution of the
band in excess n ould change the correction.
On a tables as the finished Pulkova lens
m hich weighed 450 pounds, and consisted of
two lenses each thirty inches in diameter.
Generally these lenses ai e made to accurately
fit, and are joined together with Canada bal
sam, but in such large glasses as the Pulkova
and the Lick, they are fitted in a metal frame
with an adjustment so that they can bo made
to approach each other, or other" ise.
When tho evening was sufficiently advanced
the great Pulkova glass was placed in its tem
porary fitting in tho garden. There was no
moon and tho daikness was intense. The glass
was brought out on a four wheel hand truck
and lifted into the tube by five men and fixed
by revolving it i.i the screw fitting. The tubo
was forty-five feet long and weighed with the
attending fittings about seven tons. Two piles
of brickwork supported the whole. There
was no clockwork movement and the rough
est apparatus was employed, the telescope was
raised and moved by a guide rope, tho mo
tion of an equatorial "movement being imi
tated by using a common windlass. As the
motion of the earth caused the object to pass
across the field of the telescope, the observer
gavo the order '"follow," when a slight turn
of th9 windlass kept tho object in view. Such
were tho rough appliances used to test this
VIEW of a fixed stab.
The planets had all set, and I had to be sat
isfied with a view of a fixed star, which is an
excellent object for testing the optical proper
ties of a lens, but very uninteresting other
wise, as the largest telescope can make littlo
impression on a fixed star; no disk can bo
seen, morely a speck of light. The star se
lected was a small one, and barely visible as
a pale, minute object. On looking at it with
this magnificent instiument its wonderful
light gathering pov.ers were at once evident,
for the star shone with the luster and brill
iancy of an electric light. It was an object
which brought out all the imperfections of
the glass, and to the eyes of Mr. Clark and
hN sons many were evident, and, it was said,
two month-.' work was necessary to correct
them. During the trial tho lens were lowered
and fivo men i evolved the glass in its fitting.
On its beinp: placed in position again one of
tho sons was about to make another test when
tho old man shouted: "Wait, boys, let her
I was curious to know what this could
mean, and Alva Clark explained that tho cor
rection was so delicate that the heat from the
hands of the five men holding tho metal case
of tho objective would change the correction,
so it had to "cool."
In a conversation with Mr. Clark on tho
advantages of immense telescopes such as thw
one, be admitted that the telescopes of mod
erate aperture, say from ten to fifteen
inches, were preferable for general use even
for tho highest purposes. Ho spoko with
pndo of such an instrument he had made,
with which he had seen all that could be seen
even with colossal telescopes. Only one di
covecy has been raado with the Washington
telescope of twenty-six intjiies diameter during
it? many years of use. Tha Russian Pulkova
instrument, delive: ed by the Clarks in 1S52,
has never been heard from, and those who
expect immediate and extraordinary result3
from the Lick thirty-six inch objective wdl
probably be disappointed. Theso huge tele-
crnnnr rrit lht gatherers and useful
for photographic and spectroscopic work, but
their deGmtions of tho surface of the moon
and the planets are disappointing.
A storv is told of a French astronomer whs
traveled hundreds of miles to lok through
the great Ross telescope. When asked what
he would like to see be called for the planet
Saturn, which was then in good position. On
looking through the teiescop and finding tfc
wretched dsfinition of the object he said:
-"You tell me 1 hav looked at the planet
Saturn, so I most bcheve I have dona so, but
I was not aware oi tLa fact." John Micfaela
in 2iw York Sun.
A "Watch "Without ITands.
The watch withont hands, which has re
cently been brought before the public, in
simply a watch with ordinary wbeebrork,
in which the intrmediate :eth are want-
fng, and which gear every minute and
hour only. The contrivance, though ad
mitted to possess some inconveniences, is,
on the other hand, claimed to present
come genuine preferences over the ordi
nary make. Thus, the construction cot
only allows the reading to be accurate,
but also permits of estimating the time
that Mparates each passing minute. There
Is not only an optical signal given, but
also an acoustic one, since st rerv change
of figure the ear perceive a slight jandt
and consequently is becenss useless for
one to examine his waici ia order to
measure a given interval of time a feat
ure of special Talue to engineers, physi
cians, officers, traTelera and obserrers.
The experimenter knows exactly when a
Kicutc blns tad eidscrlvtX Ywk ss '
In our Parasol Department, our Hosiery Department, our Laces and
Plouncmgs, our Underwear Department, our Gents Furnishing
Department, and don't forget our new
109 E. Douglas Av(
C. E. Lewis & Co,
Have just received and now exhibit the
Largest, Finest and Best selected stock of
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
Ladies, we cordially invite you to call and
examine this fine stock.
Ladies hand sewed turn but
ton boots at - - - $3.00
Ladies hand sewed turn kid
Oxfords,low button andPat
tisfrom - - 1.00 to 2.50
Ladies patent leather and
French kid Oxfords, French
kid Edisons, Regents, low
button, eta - 2.50 to 4.50
If you are hard to fit or hard to please,
COME. Our stock is the lareest and best.
C. E. LEWIS &CO.,
HO N MAIN STREET.
The One-Price Cash on Deli
and Shoe House.
llonrr to Isoan
On strictly choice inside city propcrtv and
Kood improved farms. Money on hand.
Interest paid annually. L. W. Claw,
06-tf. 107 S. Main.
Three cans of lima beans for 25 cents at
S. M. Supply Co, 127-tf
Freereclininfichaircar are now running
en all trains on the C, K. fc ". railway,
"Rock Iland Koutc," between, "Wichita,
Topeka. Kansa City, St. Joseph, Chicago,
St. Louis. 0 tf
Artistic in design, superior worhmanship,
elegance of style, perfection in fit and low
estin price. BruKgcraan, the artistic
tailor, 402 E. Douglas. dl41-tf
Via the Missouri Pacific railway, the
new short line to all Colorado, Utah and
Pacific coast points. Commencing: April
1st and continuing thereafter until fcep
tember 30. round trip tickets will be sold
via thus line to Pueblo. Denver. Colorado
fepnnss and Manitou at. 23 00, to Ogden
and bait Lake at $45.50 and other points la
proportion. Tickets eood three montiw
with limit of thirty days in each direction
allowing stop overs at any point. Leaving
Wichita at 3:20 p. m passengers have
choice of elegant new fre rerlininK chair
cars, (the only line bavins this service;, or
J Pullman buffett sleepers to Denvtr From
i Ccneseo through to Denver without
, change. Quickest time and finest road.
dm j, at cky tJckct ojTCCt No VJ7 yonh
X. C. Kekka.v.
Pass, and Tkt. Agt.
The general offices of tb Missouri Pa
cific railway, the Ft. Scott, "Wichita &
"Western, and the "Wichita & Colorado
railways are removed to toe Sedgwick
blocks rooms Noa. 405, 4G, 412, 415, 4'JO,
424 and 42a Hl-6t
The lightest and finest in the dty made
to order in Ohio Catfrry pattern, wjual
to an Hrewsten never owd and will I1
cheap. Call on secretary board of trade.
to the square Inch in one of our hammocks
than anything on record. If you don't bo-
iieTf it try it- liamsiOS Sc Cuaxfioi?.
Mrs. E. A- Kinyon, choice millinery,
Fletcher block, corner Main and Second,
entrance Second strert. 135-tf
Money to loan en improved Ann and
city propertT at Da Bob loan offtrv- Xo.
I45orta jiara St. ix.
Largest assortment of trimmed hats and
bonnets in the city, Fletcher block, corner
Main and Second trart. E. A. KiBToa
Money to loan on imnrrjred farm ad
city property at DuEob loan office, So. I
tj .mna juua rett, JSIt
Hanaraocki at Robinson Se. CiampJoa't
IB lil FOOTWEAR
Hammocks at Robinson & Champion's.
If you want to Jwrrow money for n hort
time on cood residence property, call on
Kansas Loan & Investment Co., ovor
Wichita Nat'l Bank. UJOtf
You are proparing to take a journey thcr
are certain things absolutely neceary to
a traveler's safety and comfort a through
ticket that you are positive i good ana as
a price that you know is the lowest posul
ble to be obtained anywhere.
Beside thevj esntlnls thero are ilwaya
some minor detail worth looking ftT,
such a- having your baggagu checked
through to destination, sleeping car bertha
secured when desired and correct informa
tion regurding fre reclining chairs, closo
connexions, union depou, location of
trains, tiin, eu.
To have th"c details attended to br
those of well known reliability, responsi
bility, inU'lligcnre and long expencno,
you will do well to call at the Union tlcki
oilic. 122 North Main trett, and Union
depot, near Oak street, end coaitilt th
employes of the Atchison, Topeka niwi
Santa re and St Louis and San Francisco
line, thdr autbonwd agents, repreeotlng
the best lines easf , west, north or south.
Four traln daily to tho t, all of tbm.
equioped with Pullman paace leepipt;
cars, both morning and night train.
W. I) MUHOOCS,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Tak the new abort line, C. K. &NV
Rock Island route, to Kansas City. St,
Joseph, Chicago and St. Louia, lli-tf
A 3 pound can of ptnapkin for 10 cnta at
S. M. Supply Co. 127-tf
Attorneys pocket dockets for sale at ihh
office. Orders by msH promptly filled.
Address all orders to The WiC7iTTA Eagle,
Wichita, Kaa., R. p. Murdock. Manager.
For farm loans call at Lombard
Mortgage Company Mou?7 paid as soon
aa papers are execated. dKJ-wSO-tf
On account of important basinets wil
offT for sale at a sacrifice, Iaje acd far
nltnre of The Stirling'' Ko. 'AZ 5orlh
3Iarket st. One of the bt rtaed in lb
state for family hotel. The hotwe ts now
luu or tt nest das of boarder. Mat be
.sold thi wrek. Xcne bet lbo meaning
businea need apply. A KASOCSZ.
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