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THE WICHITA DAILY EAGLE: WICHITA, KANSAS SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 1886.
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M. M. MURBOCK & BROTHER, Propri.tora.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL ITEMS OP NEWS
L- M. CB-lWrOKB, VANACES.
Extra! -: Important!
The Strongist Attraction ever brought to
Commencing Monday Evening, May 3,
25c Matinee Tuesday Afternoon at 2 o'clock
Special Encasement of America's Moft
Supported by her own carefully selected
company, pre-eniing on .Monday niai
Alexander Duma's' 31aterpiece,
Introducing the ceMiraeted Duel Scene
Tuesday nisht, May 4th. Charles Dickens'
Grace Hawthorne as Xascy Sykes,
Special Slatincc Tuowlay after'n at 2 o'clock
No advance in prices. Seats may be secured
at Baata Fe office without extra cb arge.
Undo Billy Polk says, cat 'em up Jake's
partner is m town.
Strawberries have made their appcaranco
in the markets here.
IS. L. Walker returned from tho western
part of the state yesterday morning,
Dr. and Mrs. 11. O. Jones, of Hayesville,
are the visitants of Dr. L. J. Jones, 857,
Mr. John T. Kelly bought the remaining
stock of carriages belonging to Mr. II. K.
L. N. Crawford, the Iceseo of Turner's
opera house, returned to Topeka last even
ing after a two days' stay in tho city.
The Indies concerned in tho production of
Amorita will meet Monday in rooms 1 and 3
in the Xoble block at 3 o'clock, for prao
Work was commenced yesterday for tho
foundation of Dr. Purdy's Turkish bath
house, on AVest Douglas avenue, near the
Mr. C. S. Keitb, who arrived hero a few
days ago from Indiana, will commence in
structing a class in higher mathematics in a
At the solicitation of a largo number of
citizens Miss Lillian Brandom has consented
to repeat her entertainment on the evening
ot the 11th inst.
Geo. W. Knorr has moved his stock into
tho store No. 512 Douglas avenue, next door
to the Arlington house, pending tho fixing
up of his old stand.
Mrs. Brander, sister of Mrs. Martin Hel
lar, left yesterday morning for tho eastern
part of the state, where she will spend tho
summer uith friends.
1'icnicing has already begun. Tho fifth
and sixth grades of the First and Second
ward schools held a picnic at Riverside park
yesterday and had a, good time.
Miss Franc Stotler and Miss Kate Mur-
dock who Lfcd been enjoying a two weeks
visit with the family of their aged uncle at
ElDorado returned night before last.
The Episcopal church of Wichita is finan
cially th best fixed of any parish in the
statn. The church lias no stated minister
bnt thousands of dollrs in the treasury.
This is Children's day and tho little ones
will have k hippy time in nil tho churches.
Special exercises uro prepared for tho child
ren of tho Christian churoh Sunday school.
Mr. Campbell, the contractor of Robert
Black's new mansion, showwl a reporter the
plan of the boueo yesterday, and it is a
daisy. It will probably bo tho best built yet.
Go into any real estate office or any other
place where there is a city map nnd you can
find folks looking oyer it almost any hour
in tho day.trying to determine where he had
W. F. Green, city assessor, has completed
tho fcsicsementof four-fifths of the real estato
in the city. lie says the bais for taxation
in tho city will bo inoro than double what it
William Ross left lat evening for the
slate penitentiary, where ho has accepted a
job of three years. IIo was accompanied by
Sheriff Hayes, who bears the papers of rec
ommendation. Chris Kimmerle has sold out the Wichita
marble works to John Kimmerle, who will
conduct tbo business in first class shape. IIo
will keep marblo mantles and everything in
tbo marblo line.
Ransom I'ayno & Co., or Cincinnati, havo
located in this city. They say that they
havo thoroughly inspected all tho towns of
tho west before deciding and that Wichita is
the town for them.
There is a car load of material for tho
Schuyler electric light at tho depot, and
they jroposo working today at that business.
They were putting in thoir wires at tho Man
Measures are being taken by so mo of our
prominent men in tho southern part of tho
city to get the Garfield University located
there. Bids have been sent in from every
point cf tho compass heretofore.
Tho congrcgationalists have decided to
put up a new church building in the south
ern part of the city. A committee ap
pointed to pick out a suitable site was look
ing over the ground yesterday.
Tho regular meeting of Garfield post oc
curs on Tusday evening, May 4, and as it
will bo held in tho now hall it is hoped there
will be a large attendance. There will be
important business transacted.
Mr. Frank Campbell, son of ex-Senator
Campbell, of Iowa, was in the city a few
diys last week- He was hero in the interel
of an eastern company that is expecting to
establish a whokva'e boot and shoe store
Mrs. IJerneJ Kelly and family are in the
city, gueets of Mrs. R. 1. Murdock. They
will remain today and tomorrow and then
go to Emporia, Much will be their home
during Bro. Kellej's eldership of that dis
trict. J. IS. Gamble the t ickct agent of the Sun
Foner road at this station, bus obtained a
month's leave of absence from his work, on
account of ill health occasioned by the use
of electric instruments, and will go to his
home in Kansas City to recuperate.
JEvery thing is now ready for the Grand
Army fair, which wilt begin on next Tues
day night Tco list o! articles to bo votoJ
on and auctioned off is immense, and there
will bo a big time. Immense preparations
are being made for the ball the doting
It is poor way at best to pick items
from another paper. Yesterday theEAQLX
announced that Mrs. C D. Phillips was
taken down with pneumonia. The reporter
who took that item mado a mistake; Mrs.
Phillips is not sick, but yesterday evening
the Beacon had exactly the same item.
Those who pick their news from smother pa
per often.got left.
The Horticultural society met yesterday
and transacted some business towards per
fecting the premium list for the fair next J
' falL This part of the work will be com-,
pleted at their next meeting, which will be
held next Saturday morn icg. They decided
to bare eight thousand copies of the pre-;
ninin list prinreo. xne contract was
Marietta the Easxx.
Vice-President and General Manager
Smith. D. J. Chase, general soperintendant,
H. B. Nickenon, superintendant middle
division, A. C. Armstrong, purchasing agent,
Mr. Osborne, superintendant of bridges and
buildings, and Commissioner Foulks, came
down from Topeka on a special train Friday
night and remained over night. They went
down to Arkansas City yesterday morning
and returned at 420 p. m. and after spend
ing about twenty minutes in consultation
with parties who own property in the neigh
borhood of their depot location they left for
Their business hero was of course in con
nection with the new depot mapped out by
the Eagle yesterday morning, and every
thing is fixed but the opening ot Mead ave
nue to Williams street. A representative of
the Eaole tackled "Vice-President Smith
for fuller particulars than he already had,
but that gentleman said the scribe appeared
to have about enough judging by that morn
ings Eagle. "Yes, but," said the scribe
"when will yon commence!" "Well now
I'll tell you" said the pleasant official, "the
whole thing turns on the opening of Mead
avenue. It depends on that contingency
whether wo will build down here this sum
mer or not.
Mr. Smith was unwilling to state further,
but the scribe determined to sift the matter
to the bottom and hero is the result of his
dive: The depot is to bo located on the
northeast corner oi Williams street and the
track, provided Williams street is opened
out to Mead avenue and Mead opened to
Douglas by the city. .Sow here is where
the rub comes in, H. A. English owns 300
feet between tho railroad and Mead avenue,
Mr. Stone owned a piece in there also and
so does come St. Louis party. P: V. Ilealy
and his brother owns property between
Douglas avenue and Williams street through
which the lino of Mead avenue runs. Row
tho nigger in the fence is getting this prop
erty condemned. Mr. Stone is willing to
give the right of way through his place and
says it would pay the others to do the came,
becauto of the way it would enhance
the value of the remainder, but Mr. En
glish can't see. it that way, nor is it
likely that Mr. Healy regards it in that light
because it would take altogether too much
of his place; the whole length of the block.
Mr. Healy, however, expresses himself ready
to do tho fair thing, and it is probable the
council will take immediate action in the
matter. People are not inclined to be very
liberal with the Santa Fc, but this thing con
cerns ourselves equally with tho Santa Fe.
The writer is satisfied that if tho company
is assured that this street will be opened
they will begin laying material down here
within ten days- It is a matter worthy of
special and speedy attention.
AN OVERSHOT WHEEL
Tho scheme of constructing a race in west
Wichita, which was mentioned in last Fri
day's Eagle, is attracting considerable at
tention among some of our business men.
Many consider the plan is feasible and if so
no one can doubt its influence upon tho fu
luro growth of Wichita, if any company
should take tbo matter in hand.
A gentleman 'alio has had considerable
experience in similar business said 3-eiterday
that another plan had suggested itstlf to
him. He believed water could be conducted
in a pipe, say three feet in diameter, along
the aforementioned route and turned on an
overshot wheel, would give power sufficient
to run a large establishment. Tliij could
be done at a much less expense than it
would take to dig a race, but of courso
would not furnish as much power as tho for
mer. Some parties were over yesterday
looking at the situation and taking in tbo
lay of tho land gonerally.
THE CITY YESTtRDAY.
Yesterday was one of tho usually live
Saturdays. Tho streets weru crowded with
peoplo all day and there was a rush of busi
ness all round. Tho real estate boom boiled
red hot all day and tho agents report nearly
S100.000. Fulmcr's property, corner of
Douglas avenue and Wichita streets, whero
his old blacksmith shop stands was sold for
$10,000; Lee and English bought a block of
land for $15,000. Superintendent Chaso, of
the Santa Fe, bought 121 feet on East Doug
las avenue, near Hydraulic avenue, for S4.
000. Tho property bdonged to Mr. Hess, of
the Manhattan clothing house, and Mr.
Johnson, tho real estato man, had it for silo.
Johnson offered the property for sale to Jno.
Elton in Mr. ChasoV presenco and the latter
gntlcman said ho would tako it. The bar
gain was closed. Everything goes. There
never was a time in tho history of the city
when there was such a demand for real
AN AGREEABLE SURPRISE
Yesterday was the twenty-ninth birthday
of Mrs. John Kau, and also tho fifth anni
versary of he! marriage. In honor of the
event she was tendered a very pleasant sur
prise party by her husband, the genial pro
prietor of tho Germania house, and her im
mediate friends. Truly it was a complete
surprise to Mrs. Xau, as she knew nothing
of it until the invited guests commenced to
assemble last evening about 9 o'clock. Ar
rangements had been made for a supper
one hour later. At tho appointed
time thoso invited, about seventy-five in
number, had assembled, bringing with them
many nice and valuable presents for Mrs.
Nau. In the meantime a choice supper had
been prepared. The tablo was tastefully
decorated with tho most beautiful flowers.
At the appointed hour the guests were seated
and discussed the supper at length. The
latter part of tho evening was spent in danc
ing. At a late hour all returned to their
respective homes, feeling that they had spent
a very pleasant evening.
An Eaglx reporter, a few days since, hap
pened to get on the inside of a new scheme
in tho lino of social sauce. This city has
not exactly the exclusivo patent on tho new
plan, or idea, but it is growing here with
marvelous rapidity in these la--t few months.
What is it Well, it u this: It is a species
ol semi-known, or unk.no c, corretponJ
nce. One party, say a gentloman, sees a
lady who he admire, and hts not an op
portunity to form her acquaintance. He
appropriates some of bis best note paper
and proposes a correspondence. Some
times ho gets left, and S3rnetims an answer
is received in duo time, if not before. The
ball is then opened, or rather the corre
spondence, and the fun commenced.
One party trying to find out
who the other is and tbo other careful to re
main concealed. Of course tho one who
makes the first advance is always a Mr.
Jones or Smith. Tho gentlemen, however,
do not always make tho first advance. Sev
eral of our young men have unexpectedly
received letters from Miss Smith or Miss
Jones. They, of course, without delay or
hesitation answer with greatest of pleasure.
It must not be taken for granted that al
ways both parties are strangers to each
other. Sometimes it is very different, both
parties being acquainted and the one who is
at the disadvantage is looking among
strangers for a solution of the mystery.
Certainly this it giv'nS some of oar young
people an opportunity for drill in tho de
It is no wonder the Easts Fe and Frisco
should think of building a good depot here,
because of the immense business they are
dotnc here. The remittance from this sta
tion for the Frisco alone, yesterday, was
$1,$M. One hundred and thirty-four car
loads of stone for building purpose wvra
received last month on the same road from
A.H. Beese. representing Fairbanks Jet
Co. of St. Louis. arenU of the Westiso i
kOBte Mtrtwetic mint, is in town. '
Episcopal Regular morning services will t
be held at St. Johns church. Sunday,
school in the afternoon at the usual hour. .
No evening services. i
Catheiic Begular cervices will be held at
the Catholic church today, both morning '
and evening. j
Plymouth Congregational This church
will be dedicated today. The morning
sermon will be preached by Bev. J. G.
Merrill D. D. Dedication prayer by Bev.
Joel Harper. Financial statement and
collection Bev. A. Blanchard.
Union services in the evening at the
Presbyterian church, conducted by Bev.
Richard Cordley D. D Lawrence and city
Emporia avenue M. E. church. Services
in First ward school house, west room up
stairs. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., D. J.
CbatQelJ superintendent. Preaching at
10:30 a. m. by tho pastor, Bev. N. E. Bar
man. Class meeting following tho sermon.
Presbyterian church Sunday school at
9:30. Treadling by the pastor at 11. Sub
ject, The end of this dispensation and the
coming of the Lord. Session meets at 10:45
to receive members. There will be no ser
vice of the congregation in the evening, as
the use of the edifice has been tendered to
and accepted by the Congregationalists.
The young people's meeting will be omit
ted. Prayer meeting Thursday night.
Teachers' meeting Friday night. Choir
practice Saturday night.
Evangelical Lutheran Preaching at the
opera house 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 2 p.
m. Preaching 8 p.m.
Congregational Sunday school in First
ward school house, lower room, at 9:30 a. m.
Brick school house North Lawrence
avenue, Sunday school at 3 p. nx. and preach
ing at 4 p. m.
German 11. E. Preaching at 10:45 a. m.
and at 8 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Young people's meeting on Tuesday evening
at 8, Mr. David Bombold officiating. Prayer
meeting on Thursday evening at 8. All are
First M. E. Preaching at the First M. E.
church today at 10:30 a. m., to be followed
by general class meeting. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m. No services in the evening in
consequence of the union meeting at the
Friends Meeting and Sabbath school in
the First ward school house, west room, up
stairs. Sabbath school at 3 p. m.; religious
services at 4 p. m. All are invited.
Christian Sunday school at the Chris
tian church will commence at 9:30 a. m.
Rev. Mr. Hendryx will preach a sermon on
Sundey schools and missions at 11 a. m.
Young people's meeting Monday at 8 p. m.
Sunday school toacheis' meeting Friday at
p. m. There will be no services this even
ing owing to the dedication of the Plymouth
Y. M. C. A. The regular young men's
meeting will be held this afternoon at 4
o'clock. Mr. H. L. Smithson will lead. A
cordial invitation to all young men to at
Rov. M. J. Caey arrived homo from Leav
enworth yesterday morning in high spirits
and received many congratulations on his
success in securing an Episcopal See in this
In conversation ivitli a representative of
the Eiolk Father Casoy said that although
the loc-Uions aro unaltfrably fixed it will
tike at least rix months bt furo theie will be
a bishop here, but tiie sooner tho building?
could ba got re dy tho toonor e will hive
the bishop and all tho rest. There is con
siderable of what is co.nnionly railed red
tape about the matter. It will have to be
pasted on by tiiu province 'f bishops, who
convene in St. Louis iiuiucdiale'v. After
that it will go to R01110 for sanction, but all
these aro malUrs of form. Futher Casey
savs that now work will begin in earnest,
and when he says work be means it.
The South 1 stern dioa sc, of which this
city is to be the headquarter, is composed
of tho counties of Harvey, Sedgwick, Sunv
ner, Harper, Kingman, Pratt, Barber, Mc-
Pherson, Pratt, Commanche, Stafford, Rush,
Kiowa and all tbo counties west to the Col
THE Q. A. u FAIR
Important Committees and So Forth,
Supper Committee: Mesdames Kent,
chairwoman; Dean, Martin, Scott, Rochelle,
Russell, Balis, Stanloy, Stoner, Ford, Tu-
dons, Tudors, Shackcl ford, Coville, Down'
ing. Ruggles, Fisher, Pratt, Conklin, Ken
dall, Richey, Burnbam, Cochran, Wrought
cn. Mearriss, Oliver, Appleby, Woodard,
Neiderlander, KatzslI, Stansberry, Har
mond. American Booth Mesdames E. Hills,
chairwoman; Jo wett, Dumont, Hills, Uod-
Well Misses Blanch Martin and Murray.
Iceland Booth Mesdames Rizer, chair
woman; M. Myers, Baldwin, C. Fisher.
French Booth Mesdames Heiscrinan,
chairwoman; Lease, Martin, Waiter, Cass
well. Spanish Booth Mrs. Houston, chair
woman; Mesdames MacMillan, Stewart,
Misses Bannum, Hickson, Wilson and
Domestic Booth Mctdames Dutton,
Craddock. McNoughten, Rock, Aley, Zart
German Beoth Mrs. Rrubn, chairwoman;
Mesdames Ask and John Martain.
To sell the ring cake Mis Aggio Som
mers. O. A. R. FAIR LAST LIST,
Donations Mrs. Amelia Bowman, one
cake; Mrs. W. Y. Bowers, 60 cents; Mrs. J.
D. Bodkin. 25 cents; Mrs. J. D. Wood, one
cake; Mrs. E. L. Sescholts, one cake; Mrs. J.
E. Kife, chicken and pickles; Mrs. G. Hod
son, package coffee; Mjs. Long, one take;
Mrs. Hardinir, angels' food; Mrs. Rogers,
cake; Mrs. Dr. Prudy, lemons and sugar;
Mrs. Dor.ov, cake; Mrs. Parks, cake; Mrs.
Garver, coffee; Jlrs. Uajs, butter and eggs;
MUs Kate Thovies, toilet set: Mrs. Francis
Turner, 50 cents; Fred Ford, $1; Mrs.
Hutchins, something; Mrs. Wilson, some
thing; Miis Rowley, fancy fork; Mrs. Brod
wick, something; Occidental grocery, fruits
and candi;; Mi-s Lowe, something; Stein-houer-Merkle
Supply company, fruits and
randier; Sophi King, loaf cake; Miss Boyd,
Indiana baking cake; Mrs. Roger, table cov
er; two dresses a&d cake.
Mr. Rogers, of Mansfield, O., is in the
city and expects to put up a suspender man
ufactory. He has been successfully engaged
in the buiness for some years in his native
citv. If he should start a manufactory of
the kind here he would suspend operations
at Mansfield and concentrate all his capital
to this place. If be should locate here it will
give quite a number employment and make
our industries more diversified. He teems
to be favorably impressed with Wichita and
able to fully comprehend the fact that this
is in the near future going to be one of the
great cities in the wesL
ROLL OP HONOR.
The following pupils of Fairview district.
No. 20, have been neither absent aor tardy
for tbo month beginning March 22 and end
ing April ltj:
Loa Neagle, Wienie Bertholf, Tbomae
Neigle, Eldon Bragg, Walter Woltx.
E. Roes, Teacher.
Only one person attended Jad(e Glenn's
customary reception yesterday morning,.
He gaye his name as James Dyke, and was
arraigned for drunkenness. For the leek of
$7 be was test below, and las probably
been ushered into Utepresaaos tlttt
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Penary, of Lead-
ville.CoL, are visiting at the residence of
Mrs. McGee, North Topeka avenue.
W. B. Smith is home from his long visit
Hon. W. B. Brownlee, register of the
land office at Lamed, came in from King
man yesterday and left for the west.
P. P. Burns, of Winfield, will stay in
the city until tomorrow.
John Hutson, of ML Hope, arrived in
the city yesterday and is stopping at the
George E. Malison, city editor of the
El Dorado daily Republican, is in the city.
Hon. E. B. Allen, state secretary, b
stopping at the Occidental.
THE FIFTH WARD.
The building of new houses on this side
is still on the increase. The foundation for
a business building on the north side of
West Douglas avenue belonging to S- Chap
man has just been finished. Chas. Lindsay
has commenced work on a residence on Oak
street. Tho house erected by M. C. Mosley
on Oak street has just been completed and
presents a tasty appearance.
John Fletcher who has been seriously ill
was worso yesterday.
The slaughter bouse nuisance has been
settled, for the time being, at least. By
mutual consent between the residents and
proprietors a committee consisting of John
McCormick, H. W. Lawrence and John
Reid were selected to examine the slaughter
houses every week and see that they are
kept in a clean condition. As soon a the
proprietors cease to live up to their agree
ments suits will be at once commenced
against them, as they already have been
commenced in Squire Thomas' court and on
the above condition withdrawn.
Tho sale of unclaimed express matter at
Mulnix & Alden's auction rooms drew a
large crowd yesterday and the prizes occa
sioned lots of fun. There was all manner
of old papers, opera troop bills and trash of
various kinds, but no one reported having
struck it rich.
Wheat on the Wichita market last week
sold for 90 cents per bushel, tho best of it,
while No. 2 wheat sold in Kansas City for
76 cents, that is No. 2 soft. Our buyers
here claim that they will not continue to pay
these prices. They claim that Kansas City
No. 2 wheat is better than tho wheat they
are getting in this city, and tho railroads
will give them rates on wheat from Kansas
City that will enablo them to get wheat
cheaper than they aro getting it of our
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deeds
Geo H Blackweldcr to Hannah E
Rovs. lota 2G. 28, 30. 32, 34, 36, 38.
40, b'.k 3, Fairview add S1375
Charles U Pool to (Jharlcs JiUIer,Iots
25. 27. 29. 31, blk 6, Euclid ave, Al
len & Smith's add 400
J A Miller and A A Miller to Chas
II Pool, 100 feet off the s side of lot
3. Cannon st. 100 feet off of s side
lot 4, SL John st, Hilton's add 6000
George McMillan to Thomas W
WiUon, s hf cf e hf of no or, 26-29-
Noah Seiver to Sedgwick county, 20
feet ici ne corner ot s hi' of ne qr, 2-27-2w
Thomas C Fenton "to P V Healy, n w
1. 7. 28. Z e 5000
Thos E Keller to Jo B Reed, wlofu
w 1, 13, 29, 2 w 2500
Wm Conner to Jo 1$ Reed, elofuw
J, 13, 29, 2 w 2500
A A Hide to MrsJE Hall, lots C9,
71. 73, 75, Ida aye, Hydo's add 200
J W Uan-s to N O and F AVibking
lots 49, 51,63,53,Topekave,Ford's
Albert R Musseller to Chas F Stearns,
lots 1,3, 5, Topeka ave, Ford's add COO
Albert RMuseller to U U Castor, lots
7,9, 11, 15, 15, Topeka nve, Ford's
Chas H Poole to J A Miller, s hf 22
N F Niederlander to Wm Dustin, lot
79 Wichita st, Nicdcrlandcr'sadd..
Mary It Boyd to Alico Jenkins, lots
19. 21. 23. 25 Fairview add. Her-
A W Caller to J C Richey, lot 127
fticr Ei -
Lydia Benton to Jcnnio P Johnson,
commencing 365 ft s of nw cor lot
1 Wichita st. Waterman's add;
thence e 113 it. n 75 ft. w 114 ft, s
to place of beginning 12C0
John T Kelley to II K Tuller begin
ning G4 rods n of sw cor of sw qr
9-27-le, thence n 20 22-25 rods.e 143
ft. thence s 20 22-25 rods, thence w
to placo of beginning 2S00
Wm Mathewson to Josepb stover lots
49. 51. Washington ave, Mathew-
son's 2ndadd 600
John L Newt tetter to Ora M Grant
lots 36. 38. 40, 42. 44. 46. 48, 50, 5th
ave, Thomas' add 2000
Seymour Cunningham to L Morris hf
fnt In loU 1, 3. 6. 7. 9. 11, 13, 15, 17,
19, Washington ave, Throckmor-
Inn's eall il
Mrs D S44
John T Eilsworth to Allen and Smith
10 acres in sw cor of sw or 33-27-le 4000
Hacker & Jackson to H F Friend, let
79, Douglas ave. English's add 0000
M W Levy to Kos Harris, bt int in
lots 26. 28. blk 3; lot 10 blk 4. Col-
Union Citv Town Company to 31 W
Lovy, lot 16, blk4,Colwich 150
H C Spaun to H G Lee. lot 3, Main
st, Schumacher's add 2200
W O Hiibisli to r M Bisbee, loU 1. 3,
5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, blk
7 Grant ave. Allen & Smith's add
and lot 3, blk S Perry's add 2800
Jane R Tremain to J G Miltner, lots
107, 109, Douglas ave, Hydes' add. 3100
tslias oieinmcyer 10 .i vr .amuier, iuu
51, 56, Laura ave.Woolman's add. . 250
Wm M Tepton to W S Morris, to W
W Thompson, lots 83, 85, Main sL 10000
L 15 r errel to Maria ctronmant 100 It
off s hf of lot 3. blk 9. Ferrel's 4th
Wm A Smith to Manraret M Me
Adams, lots 16, 18. Fairview add,
Sherwood's add 1500
WWThomatoLD Skinner, lots
87, 89, Douglas ave. Hyde' add ... . 8500
U S to Alexander E Crews, ne qr 17
The New York Millinery! !
is positively the cheapest place in the city.
All those packages that were not deliver
ed today on account of the great rush at tho
fire sale, No. 102 Wett Douglas avenue, next
door west of Citizen bank, will be delivered
The New York Millinery! !
has the finest stock of goods in the city.
Have withdrawn from all real estate agen
cies the sale of lots 91 to 103 inclusive on
south Main street M. Jacks. dl40-tf
The New York Millinery! 1
spare no effort to please their patrons.
Handsome silk dresses made for $10, and
ladies wedding and evening suits at reason
able rates at Mrs. Bourgtti'i, in the Reece
The New York Millinery! !
displays an elegant line of trimmed hats.
Gents' fine calf shoes in Congress and
lace $1.75, at Hofftcastert.
The New York Millinery ! I
is seted for its fine goods and low prices.
I regret Teiy much to announce that it
will be impossible to have a formal opening
of millinery this season. With our pretest
large force working from early morning un
til late at night we have been naable to sect
the demand lor trimmed good. Thanking
our saany patrons for their liberal patrosage
in the pert, we U1 endearer b the future
to merit a continuance of tbetr tavcr by
keeping at all time ell the late aorajtia.
ud a desirable stock to sake selection
from at reasonable prices.
Jl0-n Xd. A. Kimn
Ladies, reaecsber that you eaa buy a
kid shoe for $3 that any oa tim will aak $4
fer the sase food. TVrare ilssart Jte-
The New York Millinery ! 1
is constantly getting in all the novelties as
they are introduced and are selling goods
cheaper than any house in town. Call and
be convinced. Kit. E. Vkxsxxvcro,
138 Main Street.
Gents' fine Mahdin kid shoes for $4 at
Beginning to-day, May 1st, the St. L., Ft.
S. &W. railway, in connection with the
Missouri Pacific, will run chair cars free be
tween Wichita and SL Louis every day in
the year. This is in addition to our regular
Pullman parlor and sleeping cars, which
will continue to run daily between vy lcniia
and SL Louis. We are the only line that
can offer such service to the public.
W. D. MuKsocx,
Agent, 109 Main St., depot Second and
Wichita streets. dl39-tf
The New York Millinery ! !
has the most artistic trimming in the city.
LeoU City, Wichita County.
A live town in a live county, offering great
Inducements to settlers and investors. The
most favored section of the west soil, wa
ter and climate unexcelled in the west. Ref
erence is made to the people of Wichita,
who have homes there, among whom are
Stiles Bros., Charles Hallo well, John Doran
and others, or to the business manager of
the town campany at Leoti, C. W. Garland.
The New York Millinery ! I
will save you money in hats and bonnets.
All butter manufactured at the Wichita
creamery is made or put up in pound prints,
branded W. C. None other genuine. Our
butter is made from pure cream. Anyone
finding our butter adulterated or anything
but pure cream will be furnished their but
ter for one year free of charge. Hoffman
The New York Millinery ! !
is located at 138 Main street, Wichita, Kan.
Just received a car load of the celebrated
Louisville cider. 'Steinhauser-Merkle Sup
A big drive in teas and coffees at Stein-bauser-Merkle
The New York Millinery!!
Is selling children's school hats very cheap.
The Beat Opening
In Sedgwick county for a general mer
chandise business in one of the richest ag
ricultural districts in Kansas. A fine chance
to make money. Address or call on E E
Loudenslager, Maize, Kas. dl35-6t
Two cars of Early Rose, Beauty of
Hebron, Early Ohio, Peerless and Peach-
blow potatoes at J. M. Allen & Co.'s.
If you have good, desirable business or
residence property for sale, and want big
prices for it, call on Cox & Stanley, and put
it on their books. Office o. 236 .North
Main street, "Wichita, Kan. 134-tf
Wichita, Kan., April 13th, 1886.
The embargo in freight traffic is raised at
all points on or reached via the Missouri
Pacific lines, and there will be no delay in
tho movement of freight to or from any
quarter on account of tho recent labor
troubles. u. r. hector,
124-tf Div. Freight AgenL
Wanted to sell or trade for horses a two-
seated carriage, . Tbos. II. Lynch. dl28-tf
The New York Millinery!!
Carries a superb stock of flowcis.
Ask your township trustee for Eagle re
ceipt books. You must havo one. One for
road tax, one for poll tax. w22-tf
"Money, money," chattel money at Allen
& Graham. dGI-U
Canon City coal delivered to any part of
the city by Rogers Uoal uo., 018 n. uoug-
las Ave. Telephono vu. qjjw-u
The Wichita Eaolx printing house keeps
in stock a complete lino of justice and uoal
blanks and township blanks of all kinds.
Raimm fVi IV, trill ffalivpr vnti nnn ton
of Pittsburg trial to any part of the city at
Money to loan on long timo at C per
cent on business property. Elliott & Mc-
The New York Millinery!!
Has the best lino of gloves and mits; cheap!
Every lady and gent in Wichita to know
that J. T. Holmes has tbe finest Berlin coach
and team in the city, especially adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied with bell,
speaking tube, card case, hand mirror, &c,
in fact everything that goes to make up a
first-class carriage. Telephone; Office o.
115 South Main street; residence 603 South
Water streeL dlOTtf J. T. Houfis.
Merchant's lunch at Gandolfo's restau
rant from 12 m. to 2 p. m. All the deleca-
ciesof the markets of New York and ew
Orleans and tho tropics served up in true
epicurian style. d64-tf
For pure apple cider and choice apples
and fruits of all kinds see John SchotLdllStf
The Kansas Wholesale Furniture Co.,
has iust received a car of carpets which will
be put on the market at greatly reduced
prices, r-xamme tneir stock. ain-u
"Money, money," chattel money, at Allen
JC Graham. aoi-u
A Bare Chance.
I will now offer for thirty days my entire
bottling business, glasswsre, bar supplies.
etc., will also close out my stock of cigars,
pipes and smokers articles, in lots to suit the
purchaser, from one box to the whole stock,
and at the very lowest prices. Dealers
and consumers take notice. The reason
for selling is this: I have concluded to join
my neighbors in building a nice three story
building at my present location and before
moving and locating the busines elsewhere
I make this offer. Call at 255, corner ot
Main and Second streets, Wichita, Kas.
130-1 mo Psrrxa Grrro.
Telephone your order
Hibarger hack or livery.
to Freeman A
For Sale Cheap.
New boarding house furnished through
out; net monthly income $250; in the boom
ing town of Garden City, Kan. Address 5.
H. ncrbeson. Garden City, Kan. d!27-tf
The New York Millinery ! !
wants your trade and will surely please you.
Gents' French kid shoes at Hoffmaaters.
The Lombard Xortsraare Company
Make city loans promptly at the lowest
current rates. No delay; anyone who has
ever done business with us knows this. Re
member tbe address, Kansas State bask
building, southwest corner Main street and
Douglas avenue. dl27-tf
If you want a loan on good business;
blocks or resident property, you can gel R
at lowest rates and without delay from Kan
sas Loan and Investoect Co. dl7-tf
We bare just received tbe best "odcrUas
excavator" in the siatt, aad are now pre
pared to cleaa units, turn pools, etc, re-
more dsad arrtmaw, ad ercryl&iasr pcr-
taidng to a ntx3a Kaveejer Itstbeai
IaiTw nroHnr tnctrrnrmr; warkdoeecaa
drop a postal to Barton fc Foster, Box 179
City. TeleffeMNc,. dim
Leave yosr orwst tor groessisa at tbe Jaet rscetred Soaa Isskj Xew Terk
rissakei Tfakls Smffij Co sil tffim. OtUM-Team.
N-E-W G -
NEW TOEK STOKE,
M. KOHN & CO.,
Mackeral, trout and white fish by the
kit st Stcinbaufer-Merklo Supply Co.
Wo have a nice, dry, oak wood, already
split and ready for use, which we will de
liver to any part of tho city for $2.75 per
cord. In can bo burnnl in ordinary coal
stoTcs by putting a piece of sheet iron in
bottom of crate. I'opkiss & Waller, cor
ner Second and Wichita. Telephone 80.
Pet Animal, and Bird..
W. O. McConnell fancier and Importer
of fine singing and talking birds and pet
animals will open on or about the first day
of May, at 305 East Douglas arenue, with a
fino stock. All lovers of pets are cordially
inrited to the opening.
Money can be had of the Davidson Loan
company on lone time and at lowest rates of
interest. Offlco in Citizens bank, Wichita,
Coi & Stanley have tome rare bargains
in resident and business property in this
city. For the proof call at their ofiioe, 236
Main street. dl23-tf
Money to Ioan at Blent.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day in the week. S. W.
Cooper, 137 Main street. d80-tf
White fish, mackeral, trout, salmon,
sardelles and Holland herring atSteainhauser
Supply Co. d-188-tf
For bargains in farms see Cox & Stanley,
at 230 Main stmt. dl2S-tf
Buy a box of cigars for $1 at tbe Stein
hauser-Merkle Supply Co.
The ew York Millinery! 1
lias no old goods; everything new and fresh.
Gold and silver shirts, E. A W. collars
and cuds, Wilson Bros.' summer underwear
and hosiery at Coldstandl's, 204 Douglas
Kxtra fine eating potatoes. If yon want a
large smooth eatbing potato, leave your
orders at 202 Douglas avenue.
d!37-4t Chas. Fctux.
A small f aft. Apply to A. EaU, corner
Douglas and Market, Philadelphia store.
I have some extraordinary bargains in
SUinway, Decker Brothers and Emerson
pianos until those on band are sold.
127-41 Steinway Hall.
M. a Clark, agent for Hall's Safe and
Lock company, manufacture Chrome steel
jails. For fall information addrtaa me at
Topeka, Kas. dC7.100t
of chattel mosey, at
Free, with sir 5 -Coka's Girl" dgan, a
bos of Swedish f-"'--g matches, dlte-eod
-Mosey, aocey." chattel
Cheese 10c per lb at Strnt-amser Merkle
Sap ply Co.
GotoEoprtCoal eosspey, S Doag
arena, for bcBdinc stc-je, red briek. Ire
brick. lis. Uir, eemect and plaster. AfaH
stock almrars oa nasi K4 proas pt (Uwrwry
W.O.McCosaea Ssksst m mfotm
cf as assing asd ta&icc tfewasstdnat
asiaaak win open esorabest tbe En day
tat stock. Xa JoTarseffwbare eo-eDy
isrised to the cpcnSns. -
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MUNSON & McNAMAEA,
MUNSON- -- MUNSON.
Main street, Opposite Post Office.
Another Big Bargain!
22 Cream Lace Batiste patterns, 45 incites wide, with fringe and Insertion to match, tho very
combination for either
Silk or IndiaLinen at the Extraordinary Priee
of $1.05 each. You don't care for the particulars about how thesj were bought to sell so cheap,
so we will simply say, they were made to sell for $4 00 each and we will
We have opened up a case of
Fine Dress Style Ginghams
at C 1-4 cents per yard, usually sold at 12 1-2 cents. The Gingbaw are an Indicator of tb
way we are soiling goods in the Domestic Department. Call at that counter and Inqsiw prlc.
We are making inducements to prudent buyers (and prudent buyers alway bay ometfaiafc
good,) in every department of our bonee.
and wash Fabricks, fine Embroideries, Flouncing and Lacs, fise Buttoss, Trimmings and Para
sol, The inducements to buy of as are threefold: First ia
quality, Second in price, Third in style
We place on sale thia week Imadred of pte- cHatta Uwma
omr ojMtuag May ial.
Muoson&McNamara. Muhsod AMcNamara,
19 HAH ST.
Grand Temple of Economy !
SHREWD BUYERS PATRONIZE IT AND SAVE MONEY.
WE NOTIFY 1HEM THAT WE
Open A Grand Parasol Sale
Next Monday at 10 o'clock.
From ioc up to $18.
Coaching, Steeple Top, Buttercup, Silk and Satin lined
A nice line of Children's Parasols. Make your choice early,
These Bargains will be picked up in an hour.
A GREAT OFFERING OF INCOMPARABLE VALUES IN
Silks, .-. Silks, .-. Silks,
140 pieces of Lyon's Bl'Lsilk,
At Prices that anniMieProfits
Full Boiled Cashmere, Sublime, Firm, AQ
Brilliant Finish, full width. JOU
T fi 0 MaSnificnt Quality full boiled Royal (jM iK
LiOl Cashmere, blooming Black, SpX 40
Beautiful Lustre Black Khodnme, elegant ri-
and superior quality, J I J
Fifty Pieces all Silk Surah, in all the QQ
New Colors, Ot V
A Great Bargain
Make Hay while" the sun shines.
Exatuiim these Bargains. Buy of
Innes & Ross,
And save your money enough to buy a corner lot. "Wu aro
showing special attractions in Embroideries:
Embroidered Edge lc, worth Be.
Embroideriesfor2c,wortl)C 1-4 Embroideries for 3c, worth 8 M
Qo 4c. " 10 do Be, 121.2
These are not trash; wo don't deal in it; they are worth what
wc say. India Linen at 8 l-3c worth 12 1-2. Hamburg, all over
net, for 24c, sold elsewhere for 35c. Victoria Lawn for 0 l-4c,
worth 10c. Carpets, Carpets, Carpets: Kngs, Rugs, Rugst
Matting, Matting, Matting! In our Great Bargains.
INNES & ROSS,
go this Week at
Walt Good for taU
in Summer Silk,
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