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:'C -pf?1 v &' . rx $ftc WicMta gailg gagle: fcursflag marnittg, letrctranj.l, 18 94;. 8 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. H L "' t l a2K5 ABSOLUTELY PURE QRAWFoKD GKAJfD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEB. 2-3. The Comedy Success Farmer J. C. Lewis, And a Select Company of 20 -Talented Comedians 20 In the Xauznable Yankee Comedy 'SI PLUNKARD' The Only Yankee Show Traveling. Every New, Fresh and Original. n 171? Tlie Great R. R. Scene. N H. ft The Threshing Machine Scene. MUXJ The CoUntry pjr Scene. Reserved seats on sale at the box of fice. Prices 25. 50. 75 and 1.00. Matinee 25, 35 and 50 cents. pKA'WiOKD GKAXI) n T. M. ciiAWronn. Owner GEO. ZS BOWEN. Local Manager. Ionday, February 5th, THE AJ. G. MELD COLUMBIAN MINSTRELS ! J-HALF HUNDRED ARTISTS (Largest Company In the world ) ALWAYS : THE : BEST And the most Laughable Burlesque ever presented ou a minstrel stage. THE DARKTOWN FIRE BRIGADE, Sse the Grand Imposiug Sppctalulnr Etree? parade at 11:30 a. ra. Hear the beautiful B.iud Concerts in fiont tlio Theatre, at 7 p. m. Thay are free for all. The only minstrel organizntion in the world owning and using an entire train of palace cars to transport the company, and the scenic, electncal, calcium and mechani cal effects. JOHN' W. Yog EL, Bus. Mgr. KA1"01CD-U iuxu o- Juet One Long Laugh. Five Vights, Commencing Tuesday, Feb 6. THE FLINTS, HERBERT L. and MARINA. Mesmerists aud Fun Mnlcers, in a 6erics of startling and amusing scenes in Mesmerism and Catalepsy. A lady .free Willi each 50c ticket re served before 7 p. m., Tue&day, Fcbj 0 Prices 25, 35 and 50c. L. J. MEACHAM, Mgr. KKAI, ESTATE. (Furnished by Applegate Ss Ma'.lory, Abstracters.) The records in the register oC deeds office show the followine buyers: J Simon lots 1 2 s hf of ne qr and lots 34shfnw3 201wwd $9000 J W Freeman lots 2 4 Newiu student wd 00 M. Robbins n hf ne 2S 2S le wd 1500 Mortgage releases 2180 If you want to save labor for your wife f.nd daughter buy the New Leader Was li ng machine now ou exhibition at 224 East Douglas. d 6G if. Undertaker H. W. Kendal will here after be found in his new office at 213 North Main street. Telephone No 02. d GO tf. No family can afford to miss the trial of the New Leader Washing machine now on exhibition at 224 East Douglas. Ladies are esneciully luvited to cull and mjo it work. " d CO tf We desire to call attention to purchasers of queensware and crockery coodx that our stock has been moved from East Doug las to next the EAGLE office, where wo will be pleased to meet all our previous cus tomers and ptice our plentiful stock of goods to you. J. E. Caldwell. 65 3 If you want to mako money quick and easy call aud see the Now Leader Wash ing machine now on exhibition at 224 East Douglas. d CO tf. Ten days loss of tinio on account of sick ness aud a doctor bill to pay. is anything hut pleasant for a man ot a family to con template, whethar he is a laborer, me chanic, merchant or publisher. Jus. O. .Tones, publisher of the Lander, Mexia, Texas, was sick in bed for teu days with the grip durluc its prevalence a year or two ago. Later iu the season he had a second attack. He sajs: "In the latter case I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with considerable success, Ithiuk, ouly being iu bed a little over two days. The second attack I am satisfied would hae been equally as bad as the lirst but for the U9e of this remedy.' It should be borne in mind that the gtip is much the Fame as a very severe cold and requires precisely the samo treatment. When you wish tocure a cold quickly and effectually give this remedy a trial. Twenty-live aud f)0 cent a bottle. For sale by all drugsjtsts. TAKE A PEEP 2225Tir KfcMMaWaaWaaa-y 2.urelcarB At our East "Window; 50 dozen Men's and Boys' Caps, worth the world over, 50 and 75 cents; choice this week, 24 Cents. Men's Overcoats, -worth 15.00 aud $18.00, At $7.77. Baking -t W? MVI "Wlien ! You go east take the Frisco line, for the reason, that it is the only Wichita line baviug two tolid trains daily to St. Louis without chanse. Chair cars, (seats free), and Pullman "palace sleeping cars in both morning and night trains leaving Wichi ta 10:35 a. m.t and 10.35 p. m.; arrive St. Louis union depot C:30 a. m., and 6:30 p. m. Reliable always on time insuring certain connections with diverging lines. Call at Douglas avenue station or city ticket office, 156 North Main street. 25 tf W. D. MUKDOCK, D. P. A. Important (linngc of Time On Santa Fe Route on Sunday morning Nov. 12th. Oklahoma and Ft. Worth ex press will leave at 6.45 a. ra. instead of 7:20 a. ni. as formerly. The Englewood ex press daily except Sunday will leave at 6:20 a. in. iutead of 9:10 a. in. dl51 tf Hack lane. Perrv, Wharton to Stillwater. Leaves Stillwuter 7 a. m.; Perry 1 p. in. Also Ex change stables at Orlando and Stillwater. We make a specialty of carrying passen gers between tliese points. SIIIVXLV, VAXWYCK & SlHVELT, (321 tf. Kansas and Missouri Stone and Coal company 'lelephone 113. Htrd and soft coals; prompt delivery. d&OOt incursion to lex.is I'olnts. On Dec. 12, 1S93, Jan, 9, Feb. 14, March 13, April 10 and May 8, 1804, the Great Rock Island will sell tickets to all points in Texas at one fare for the round tiip. 'lickets are good for thirty days, and stop overs will he granted on going tiip in Ok lahoma, Indian Territory and Texas. For further information call .at Rock Island ticket, office, comer Main street and Doug las avenue. J. II. Phillips, 19 tf City Ticket Agent. Cnllforn'a. California possesses a delightful winter climate. Almost every day is balmy and full of sunshine. To live iu such air a few months may save you a big doctor bill. It doesn't cost much to try. The Frisco Hn9 aud Santa Fe ioute will carry you to Los Angeles, Sau Diego or San Francisco any day, ou fast veslibuled express train, m Pullman or tourist sleeper. The journey is through New Mexico and Anzoua. where heuvy snowfalls seldom come. It is short, quick and comfortable straight across, not round-about. Once a week personally-conducted excursions are run to the Pacific coast in tourist, sleepers. Competent porteis and agents in cuaige. Second class tickets honored, aud aood caie taken of ladies aud children without ehcort. Very cheap rates for one way or round trip, now in effect. Write to D. Wisbart, G. P. A.. Frisco line, St. Lonis, Mo., for copy of California excursion lea let and a handsomely Illustrated book entitled "To California and Buck." Near est local agent of Frisco line or Santa Fe ioute will be glad to name ticket rates and furnish desired information about the trip. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always be used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays nil pain, cmes wind colic, and is the best lemedy for diarhoea. Twenty-fiva cents a bottle. Used by millions of motheis. clGitf w4titf High Five or Enclire I'artles Should send at once to John Sebastian, general tickctagent, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad, Chicago. Ten cents, in stamps, per puck-for the slickest cards jou ever shuffled. For &1 you will receive tee by express ten packs. Did yonr pipes freeze ? We make it a point to carefully look after this class of work. Betrani & B?tram, 116 South Law rence. Telephone 2G6. d59 7t The experience of Geo. A. Apgar of Ger niau Valley, N. J., is well worth remem bering. He was troubled with etironic diarrhoea and doctored for five months and whs treated cy four different doctors with out benefit. He then began using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrhiPi Remedy, of which one small botilo affected a complete cure. It is for sale by all druggists. THK WICHITA 1'KERl.ESS EXfKESS.' Ncvr Tram fcei rice. Commencing Sunday, Nov. 19, the Mis souri Pacific railway wiil place in service a new train "Tho Wichita Peerless Ex press." between Wichita and Kansas City and St. Louis and all eastern points. This train will start from Wichita, daily, at 9:05 p. m. (Stat ting from here it will necessarily jtlways leave on time.) It will run through to Kansas Citv, solid, con sisting of PuUmau sleeper, chair car and coach. The Missouri Pacific Railway company. 4is tile only hue that gives the Wichita eople-a ktrictly Wichita train, that is to say, 'the ccriy line that starts its trains from Wichita. Remember this, and when'you contemplated trip leaving Wichita iu tb- evcr.ins, don't fail to take the Missouri Pacific, and thus start on time is advertised. Tf Villi klimilrl wicli tn ctmh mi nnt. journey in the day time you can't possibly ' w.ci iuiiu iu iiivo i ut: .uii-suuri x.iuiuc fast mail and express which leave Wich ita at 1 o'clock p. in. and lands you in St. Louis the next morning at 7:15. By taking this train east you save nearly four hours between Wichita and St. Louis, making New; York iu less than fifty hours from the time you leave the Peerless Princess. The new time card which goes into effect Nov. 19th will show a number ot import ant changes, which will be fully showu in time tables published in the daily papers. Passengers can learn tull particulars rela tive to this superb train service by callinc at Missouri Pacific city ticket office, 114 North Maiu st. dl57 tf A RETIRED BURLGAR'S STORY. Curious Happealnffs la a Houm la m Pena. sylvaai Town. I think that about as carious an ex perience as I ever had," said a retired burglar to a reporter, "I had in a' town in western Pennsylvania. "I had got into a fine big house there without much trouble, and had fonnd things when I got inside about as I expected to find them. There was some silver in the dining room, and I nipped a few little things that I could get into my overcoat pockets handily, but I had other things in mind, and I went on in to the next room, which turned out to be the library. As I threw my light around this room, I saw on a table in the center a magazine open and lying IUCC uununitiu. x jjiuivgu u uiu magazine and turned my bull's eye on it, and saw that it was open at the be ginning of a story. The title caught my eye, and I stood there for a moment with the magazine in one hand and the bull's-eye in the other, and read a few lines. It seemed to be a mighty inter esting story. Whoever had been read ing the magazine had sat in a big leather chair, which still remained along-side the table. I sat down in his big chair, stood the bull's-eye on the table at my elbow where its light would strike the pages, and began to read, and became so interested that I forgot that I was there on business. "I don't know how long I had been reading, maybe twenty minutes 'or so, when I felt a hand on .my right shoul der. I looked up and saw standing alongside of me a tall man in a dress ing gown. He had a lamp in his right hand; he had touched me with his left, and that hand still remained upon my shoulder. He looked down upon me coolly. I confess that as far as I was concerned I was surprised, and when he asked me what I was doing there I was at first actually too flabbergasted to reply, but I finally told him I was reading a story in that magazine. He asked me what story I was reading, and I told him. I thought I saw just the faintest flicker of a smile on hi3 face at that, but I couldn't be certain about it. " 'What do you think of it?' says he. "I had come back to myself by this time, and I told him I thought he ought to be able to see what I thought of it himself; that I was interested in it enough to let him come down and find mo reading it, but that I wouldn't undertake to say what I thought about it absolutely until I had finished read ing it " 'Well,' says the man, 'don't let me interrupt you. Go ahead and finish it.' "He was looking perfectly calm and cool, just as he had been when I first looked up at him. He set his lamp down on the table by the bull's-eye and pulled up a big chair himself on the other side, and got another chair, to put his feet on; he had only slippers on, and I suppose he thought his feet would be cold on the floor. He sat down on the big chair, put his feet up tip on the other, and pulled his dress ing gown up around his legs, making himself quite comfortable. Then he picked up a book off the table and went to reading, while he waited for me to finish the story. When I had finished it the man said: " 'Well, what do you thing of it now?' "And I told him, and that's what 1 did think about it, that I thought it was immense. "The man laid bown his book and got up on his' seat again. He picked up his lamp and stood there for a moment holding it and looking at me. He said nothing, but it was perfectly clear to ' me that he was about politely to bow me out of the house. 1 laid down the magazine and picked up my bull's-eye and moved toward the door just as I might have done if I had been a guest. The tall man opened the door and calmly bowed me out As I went down the steps I heard him bolting the door j after me. "You know I wondered who it could be, but when I came to find out, I won dered that I hadn't thought of it my Belf before; he was the man that wrotf the story." N. Y. Sun. Crashing;. At a certain fashionable bazar a short time ago a gentleman asked for a cup of coffee and inquired the price. The lady who served it and who was the daughter of an earl took a sip out of the cup and said: "A guinea, if you please." He then put down the guinea and said: "Thank you, but would you mind giving me a clean enp?" London Tit- -Bits. Xot So Short That It Wasn't Sweet. Gayson She answered me rather shortly when I asked her to be mine. Townson Indeed! How? Gayson She said "yes."' Truth. Children Cry for ditcher's Castoria. i;x iirlons. On Jau. 1C, Feb. IS, March 20, and April 24, 1S94, tho Missouri Pacific Railway company will sell excursion tickets to the following described teriitory at one faro for the round trip: To all points on the St. Louis, Iron Mountain aud Southern railway in Arkansas east of and including Fort Smith; ou the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis railway, iu Missouri beyond Springfield and in Arkansas on the Kkusjis City, Memphis and Birmingham railway; on the Mobile an Ohio south of Tupelo: on the Illinois Central riilway south of Memphis, but not including New Orleans. The limit ou thes tickets will be thirty days from date of sale. For further information call at the Missour Pacific ticket office, 114 North Main street Wichita, Kansas. E. E. Bleckley, Pass and Ticket Agent. Mrs. Emily Thome, who resides at To ledo, Washington, s-ays jbe has never been able to procure any medicine for rheuma tism that relieves the paiu so quickly and effectually as Chamberlain's Paiu Balm and that she has alio used it for lame back with great success. For sale by all drug gists. Winter Tom lt Brits vfatlie SanU Fe Konfe. Commenting Oct. loth and to continue in effect until May 1, 16W, the SanU Fe route will sell excursion tickets to Texas and New Mexico ncints eood for rrtnm jpassage until June 1, ISM. Stop overs allowed enroute. Two trains daily, morn- I ing and night. Through chair and sleep-1 mg car service, ror iurthcr particular call ou any local ticket agent or address the undersigned. W. D. MCBDOCK, Dist. Pass. Agt, 15S North Maiu Street, 129 tf Wichita. Kan O. W. O. Hardman. sheriff of Tyler couuty, W. Ta., appreciates a good thing, and does not hesitate to sy o. He was nimost prostrated with a cold, when he iim-nnxl -n lmitl.. f r:.n.i-t.t--- r 1. Remedy. He says: "It jive me r.romm ! relief, rfiml it tn 1 n in .i!iiI,1o r ! I forcougns and colds." Fo- le by all Mechanics Eat ' Oo JiL Ol t 1 l? WB 1 .! Jwevt UV-'Au QUAKER CHALK TALKS. ' The good mechanic needs a ready brain and well trained muscles. Quaker Oats furnishes more brain and muscle than beef, at one-third the cost. Sold Only in Quaker Oats. FARMS ACROSS THE SEAS. Attesipts to cultivate potatoes in the Nilgiri hills, India, from imported English seed have been only partially successful, on account of the deteriora tion of the seed before it reached its final destination. Over a million acres of coffee land were sold during last year in the single state of Vera Cruz, Mexico. The pur chasers were of various nationalities, including Americans, Englishmen, Germans, Frenchmen and Belgians. The- coffee plantations of Coorg, India, have been invaded by borers, which threaten great damage. There are two varieties of the coffee borers, the white and the red, and both are equally destructive in the larval stage. Tbout culture has been successfully undertaken in South Africa, the eggs having been carried there from Eng land. Several thousand young trout from the hatcheries have been distrib uted to various rivers in Cape Colony. Prof. ScHRruAUx, of the National Agronomic institute, Paris, reports that of thirty-nine varieties of oats with which he experimented, the best was the Beseler. It surpassed all the others in the production of both grain and straw. SOME GREAT COMPOSERS. Meyerbeer could sing popular melo dies at two years of age, at seven he was an accomplished pianist, and at nine was considered the best performer in Berlin. Bellini was the sou of an organist in Catania, in Sicily, -and began his musical career by playing on the organ while held in the arms of his father. Berlioz, the composer of many ma jestic works, never learned to play any instrument save the guitar, and that so badly that no one would willingly listen to him. Spohb always declared that he owed his knowledge of composition and harmony to the study of Mozart's scores, who, in turn, admitted his obli gations to Bach. Mozart was small and slight. His face was very thin and pale, and his nose, always prominent, became much I more so from the extreme emaciation of his later years. ' Haydk was fond of imitating animal sounds in his symphonies. In these compositions will be found imitations of the cat, horse, cow, cuckoo, grass- kPPer and donkey. THE PUNISHMENT OF CRIME. Capital punishment in Denmark is executed publicly with an ax. If sev eral are to be decapitated on the same date one is not present while another is executed. In many cities of Europe women of known bad character are forbidden to appear on the public streets during day light save with a written permission from the ehief of police. Nearly one-fourth of the arrests in .Calcutta last 3-ear were for not abat ing nuisances. The sanitary laws in a tropical country must be strictly en forced if public health is to be pre served. Oxe penalty of infraction of French prison discipline is seating the prisoner on the ground, bound hand and foot with strong belts fastened to rings in the wall, so that he cannot stir. The treadmill and crank labor are still in use in English prisons. When a prisoner is unable to perform this kind he is set to breaking stone or picking oakum. His only reading mat ter is the Bible. A MUSICAL MELANGE. GoTjXod received his first instruction Jn music from his mother, who was a distinguished pianist- He won tho grand prize at the Paris conservatory jwhen he was twenty-one. Doxizetti was his own librettist. Several acts of Lucia and La Favorita, 'as well as of other operas, were writ ten by him, the libretto furnished not suiting his views of what it should be. Beethoven liked to work either in the fields or" in a beer garden. In sum mer time he always wrote in the open air, when the weather permitted, and generally with a glass of beer at his elbow. Fbederick the Geeat was ambitious to be thought a composer of music Over one hundred and twenty of his pieces have been found, and are now jn the imperial library of Berlin. They are, if possible, worse than his poetry. A CORNER-ON JOKES. Was it comic opera that you heard last night?' "Pooh, no; I couldn't hear half that was said by the people in the next box." "Has Dr. Bitterpill had a great prac tice here?" "Well, I should say so: the cemetery has had to be enlarged twice inside of a year." "What is Hopper wearing ear muffs for? Is ' "On account of the mild weather." "Great Caasarl why?" "The girls next door can keep their win dows open when they practice, now." uLoiuoua; old leuowiso ner lawier said yes when ou asked him? '"Yes. T7 w AlA nn .,.. Vx nnottinn-1 "Asked him if ,. ,A nm-ob-tion to 2-lb. Packages. WIT AND WISDOM. Wife (reading paper) "I see that the life of a paper dollar is five years." Husband "Not when you get your hands on one, my dear" New York Journal. Diamonds are said to be in bad form In the morning. Still we have known a chap with five diamonds to be envied by every one else at the table quite iarly in the morning. Boston Bulletin. What He Enjoyed. "Do you enjoy holidays?" said Johnny's uncle. "Yes, sir." "What do you enjoy most about them?" "Bein' able to stay home from school without bein' sick." Washing ton Star. Weary Smith Don't I wish I was Jim Corbett, though? Tired Jones What do you envy a bruiser for? "What? There! Read that! His wife buys everything he eats!" Cleveland Plaindealer. Action Somewhere Outall Knight (in Chicago) "Do you suppose that can be the sun rising over that tall build ing?" Dearborn Streeter "Guess not; more likely the tall building is sink ing. " Exchange. "You must excuse the beeT," apolo gized the landlady, "the butcher prom ises to do better to-morrow." "Ah," mutterd Fitzgoober, "we are all en tered for the futurity steaks, as it were." Atlanta Constitution. "I was surprised when I heard that Grabrox had joined the church." "I wasn't. I happened to be present when lie and his business partner shook dice to see which member of the firm should join." Indianapolis Journal. Groundless Apprehension. Banks Rivers, will you lend me an an en velop? I believe that's the way we are told to pronounce it now. I was about to say ongveloap. Rivers (complying with alacrity) Certainly. I thought you were about to say an "X." Chi cago Tribune. Kashless Congratulate me, old fel low; I've got Miss Scadds-Scadds as good as won. Churaerly She has inti mated that she loves you. then? Kash less Not directly, but I discovered last night that she has my picture in her photograph case right next to her pug dog. Buffalo Express. Gentlemen who are members of learned professions usually afiix their particular society's name by initials A medical society was formed, called the Association of General Practitioners in England, and every unfortunate wight who belonged to it had, consequently, to subscribe himself a M. A. G. P. L E. Tit-Bits. The dissemmination of ideas is slow. The light of learning and genius travels at a snail's pace. It was in the year 1S93, A. D., that a maid of Athens stood with her fellow in a drug store of her town. "What will yon have?" he asked. "Milk shake," she rejoined, enthusiastically. And this in a town that was once described as "the eye of Greece, mother of art native to fainouj wits." Detroit Tribune It Grew Monotonous. Maud Charley De Softleigh Is an awful bore. He is always in love. Marie I should think that would make him interesting. Maud It would if it wasn't always with some other girl. N. Y. Herald. BEWARED GRIP Dr. Edson fears another epidemic, aiftf sounds the alarm. In lung and chest pains, coughs, colds, hoarseness and pneumonia, no other external remedy affords prompt preven tion and quicker cure than BENSON'S POROUS PLASTER. Indorsed by over 5,000 Physicians and Chemists. Be sure to get the genuine Benson's, may be had from all druggists. SEABURY & JOHNSON, Chemists, N. Y. City. SNAPS 1 equare Piano $ 35 00 1 square Piano 50 00 1 square Piano 65 00 1 new npnght Piano. ... lo 00 2 new upright Pianos, each 1S5 00 2 new upright Pianos, each 165 00 1 second-hand -upright Piano 100 00 1 second-hand upright . Piano .. 125 00 10 Domestic and White Sewing Machines, little used, each 25 00 500 Accordeons, -worth 8 00, each 3 00 A lot ot music boxes at half price. I want to clean out a lot to make room for spring Goods. Don't miss this big sale; THOS. SHAW, 129 N. 3,ain St . SIGHTS AND SCENES OF TEE TOLD - ART PORTFOLIOS These Art Portfolios are issued in 20 parts of 16 views each, a week, the whole series comprising 320 SUPERB ART REPRODUCTIONS Of the most famous places in all parts of AN ILLUSTRATED AND CONCISE HISTORY. o OF o o A Library of Universal Knowledge. Book of Relerence. Work of Art.e These Views Are THIS PAPER PLACES THEM EASILY Within the Reach of All. HOW TO SECURE THIS Yal liable, Interesting and Instructive EDUCATIONAL SERIES. T1VERY reader of this Pi pate in this distribution of these Art Portfolios. ! Clip 3 coupons of different dates and send or ! bring them with eight cents in stamps or coin, (coin prefered), .to cover cost of postage, wrapping, ; mailing, etc., to address given below, and you will receive 1 Portfolio containing 10 Photographic Re-r productions. 11x13 inches in size, with an interest-' irur n.nrl an than tic description accompanying each! photograph. The portfolios will be issued regularly each week. The entire series of 20 Portfolios; 320 photo graphs, if purchased at retail would cost, at a low estimate. SIoQ.ino suchopportunitv was ever before presented, or will ever again be offered. bnniArnKnv This paper has the exclusive right to UClllClllUGi distribute these reproductions. Qnonifll Poflifletpiease fovor yur frfends who OJJuMul UCqUCuimaynot be regular readers of this paper by informing them of the particulars of this unequaled offer. fiQuHnri In sending for Porfolios do not include vldullUllonv nfhfir ran uasts. innuiries. or business with your order, as it is impossible to answer letters ! in this department State plainly the particular! bring coupons, etc., to Coupon Department The Wichita EAGLE. Special NotieeiiiSa foi1-3 coupons and 10 cents in stamps or coin as above. By saving the extra coupons each -week, all back Portfolios can thus be easily obtained. The Western TjviH Is published quarter ly bj the Cfaico. Rok IInd and Pacific railway. It tell turn to get a tarta la lbs west, and it will be Dt to joa gratis lor ODfc year. Send uame und -drfrrs to "Editor Western Tr-il, C-icago," ad re ceire it or one year tree. U7 12s Jons Sebastian. G. P. A. J(c Trata hrr, Commencing October- 23d tb Great Rock IUcd ralliray will Inoug-r-te a ctw tonrift car Iiafc between Chicago, Wichita, Fcrt Worth, El Pao, Ix AngeJea and - PrnUco wlibogt cbacge of cars. Tbia car will lira- Wich ita dally for California point at 7;33 p. m. and for Cic-o nd po:st e&.tt 2$ , Thr Gteat Vjxk. JStd U tL only Hue nf throes- to-rlti er to Cli- fcrnla vriiltoat ciuuige cf ear. Fori fcrthtr prtclar cii at liock Island ticket cilice, corner Mam cd DocjjIai arena. J. II. l'BtlLif. City tick! and pMg;er agent, C&i- o, JScck islacd and Pc2c railway. part being issued every 320 B and most historical the earth. THE VARIOUS COUNTRIES AND RACES. The Most Accurate. The Most Authentic. The Best paper is entitled to partici ii For Colorado and California point talis tbe Mlri Pacific railway. CiforU fj'.tepiwalea Wklilt at &.O J. ra. dally. diitf Tot lias City, St. LoaJ and all jwf aU eat uke the UUsoori Pacific railway. Train 1t WicfaiU at t o'ek-ck p j t aad. &5 p. n No cbansof car. Take a. trip to Tex er tb riant roate, Monthly ezcttrskrs to all petal la Texa (and back.) Ose fare lex tb rai-d trip. liait4 thirty day. Du of mIi Ja- 9. Foiv U. Mrck ta, At-41 1& 4 111 h. WiIr tbtirt ticketa ataUgblly UthT rWwib lotr If :, es a-! erTJlr. 8P m ij r o j HA. to A-, Ccrpu. UbrUtt, YJ 1o I Gi'?o. H-a&toa aJ -Ati'uU, is I K?st4rr Text. j Call oa fcerr5. liari acrfit or feMfef. 1 W.B. JJtrK&ocx. It, V. X -(: 2ttX.2AiaVtc,u.& U "" '""""BBaBJ 1 -e.r Inter Ocean. - - - - i t. fue 4 &$. '' - ' liinTfr-ThT-- u'-j! -"'-'-- i'-t'- '-iiii-1 ir- i.i-JiklllfflffiW-----BffTi druggists.