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THE WICHITA Mitt EAGlE. Wiclttf A, KANSAS, BUNDa MDKMNG, My 11, 1886,
M. M. MUROOCK fc BROTHER, Preprlrteri.
PRBMMAL AKD LOCAL ITEMS OF NBW8
B.T. Churchward, of the Zephyr naillj,
Imrtt today for Berea, Ohio.
C. H. Peckham learea today for Cold
water, Michigan, to bo gone about ten day.
E. A, Dorsey had a case against one of his
tenants for some swindle in rent before
Squire B. 8. Garrison yesterday.
Hiss Lucy Ford, a graduate of the Illinois
conservatory of music, desires pupils at No.
600 South Topeka avenue.
The early closing movement seems to
commend itself to our merchants generally,
as it certainly should during this equatorial
TVm. Matheweon of this city, assisted by
a numbcr'of brother Odd Fellows of King
man, instituted a lodge of that order at Le-
xado last week.
The funeral of Fern, only child ofG.A.
and Carrie Ostergren, took place from the
family residence, 223 North Mosloy avenue,
at 4 p. m. yesterday.
A man working on Boot's building or
Xnrth Towska avenue, fell a distance yester
day of twenty-five feet. He sustained some
injuries, but nono of a serious nature.
A boating party consisting of Mr. Clif
ford Sawver and Miss Lillian Brandom; Mr.
F. F. Clark and Miss Grace Bear will glide
over the placid waters of tho Xittle river
Parties wishing to go from this city to Jet
more or Hess City can take tho evening
Frisco train, make close connection with
Uffman stage line at Speamlle, arming at
Ne the next evening.
T. F. McMahon, of Quincy, 111., called on
tint Kaole vesterdav. Mr. M. comes to our
city with strong testimonials from his for
mer homo. He is associated with .sir. .toy
in the practice ol law.
J. E. Smith. L.E. Fitch and J. W. For
tr. of California, were in the city yesterday
discussing the matter a city directory. Their
last work, of Lincoln, Nebraska, just out
we must say is a very creditable booK.
nomnnr .1. W. Wincard held an inquest
on tho body of Mrs. Julia McClintock, at
her father's residence, last night, ma jury
rfltnmpi? ft verdict in accordance with the
facts as set forth in our published account
of tho tragedy.
Thero will be T. M. C.A. social to
morrow night. Ail tho arrangements nee-
flisarr to insuro a crand success are Dcin
made. One thing not to be overlooked,
and which will certainly bo enjoyed is tho
supply of 100 new fans for the occasion.
The amount of receipts returned by tho
Wichita nostoffico for tho quarter ending
July 1st was S7.22G.50, or at the rate of
S2S.903 rer annum. This amount would
havn been increased by about $2,000 had
there been flvo hundred moro boxc3 to rent.
Quito a row occurred on West Donglas
ftvnmin lato Fridav meat. One or the par
ties concerned applied a heavy cane to his
oDDonents head, inflicting an ugly wound.
Tho samo instrument has been used quito
frequently of late days by tho samo party,
and some of the boys aro talking ot Ueclar
ing it a nuisance.
Mr. A. L. Wood, the big farmer who
lives near Towanda, in Butler county, was
in tho city yesterday and says ho has in
1.070 acres of corn, which ho fears wiil bo
somowhat injured by the drouth unless rain
should come soon. Mr. Wood came in to
sell our millers 2,000 bushels of b year be
fore last wheat crop.
Mr. Wolfe, an attorney at law from Mary
land, mho comes west with a view of locat
ing, and wbo bears letters of recommenda
tion from prominent men, called yesterday.
We found Mr. Wolfe a young man to
whom tho west and its ways are new, but
who is a bright, pleasant gentleman, who
will not fail to catch on should ho deter
mine to locate.
Prof. D. S, Tence returned yesterday from
a week's visit out into ess county, lie re
ports fine rains in that section and a genor
ally encouraging outlook. The professor
savs the most advantageous routo to that
section Is bv rail to Sncarvillo and from
thero via the Cannon Ball stagoline. Ho
says tho competition between the Cannon
Ball and a rival lino has run the speed up to
ten mile: an hour.
Mr. M. L. Garvcr has just received a lot
tor dated: "Edinburgh, March C." It is a
poition of tho mail forwarded from Queens
town. Ireland, on tho steamer Oregon,
which went down offFiro Island. March 11.
and was recovered from the wreck July 1.
It is in a very nico slate of preservation con
sidering its long sub-marino sleep, and one
would scarcely suspect that st had boon
buried in tho "briny" about three months.
Tho writer thanks Mr. Garver for a copy of
Tho Democratic county central committee
met at P. V. Hcaly'a offico yesterday after
noon and oleclod tho following delegates to
tho Democratic congressional convention of
this district, which convenes at Lamed the
13th of this month: IL G. Toler, N. A.
English, Chas. Carlisle, J. E. Hume, Kufus
Cone, A. H. McKoe, Amos Harris, P. V.
Healy, D. M. Dale, Wm. Grciflenstion, J. E.
Wingert of Cheney, and C. F. Guyer.
Tho county convention to cloct delegates
to the state convention which meets at
Leavenworth August 4th, will ba bold in
this city Saturday, July Slit.
The Western Union telegraph company
have extended their wires as far west on tho
Eagle lino as Haven, whero they now have
an offico open for business. This will ba a
great convenience to the public who havo
business in that section. Tho lino will be
extended on west as rapidly as circumstances
will admit. The company also havo a line
under construction from SL Louis to Wich
ita which will give them direct connection
oast. A third lino to Kansas City is also
being crecWd. Tho incrcaso of business is
so rapid at this point that it is doubtful if
their present elegant offico ill afford them
room enough to transact it a year hence.
The Fifth ward was the sceno of quito a
serious accident yesterday. It was near
noon when Mr. W. F. Iieddint, of Bancs, at
tempted to board the west bound freight
train which was moving at a fast rate, He
was thrown several feet and struck some
pieces of timber, breaking one arm, inflict
ing several serious wounds on his head and
is thought to have received some internal
Some men who happened to see the acci
dent rushed to his assistance and he was
carried to Mr. Gould's drug store. Medical
aid was toon secured, but wa unable to
bring immediate relief to the sufferer. His
injuries, though serious, are not pronounced
of a fatal character. He will probably be
taken home today.
THE mOCK ISLAND ROAD.
The long expected and earnestly watched
event, the location of the Bock Island road
through this city, U bow on tap. The com-
. peny representative filed his acceptance of
the Head avenue route with the city clerk
The reporter is in pnssearion of tome
peJtan,tboufh they are sot positive state-
SMMtabr aay mm aaiaoriaaa to apa
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A Jealous Husband Shoots
Down His Wife in Her
And Then Sends a Ball Crashing Thro'
His own Breast The Green-eyed
Monster Prompts a Deranged
Brain to Double Murder
C. R. McClintock's
About 8 o'clock yesterday morning an
Eiqle reporter learned that Mr. C. R.
McClintock shot his wife at her father's res
idence, No. 1151 South Main street, and
then put a bullet into his own breast.
Through the ceurtesy of that well known
and obliging hack driver, G-String-Jack,
tho reporter was driven immediately to the
scene of the terrible dual tragedy, whero an
appalling sight met his eyes. In the frent
roem lay the unfortunate man upon a bed
with his head and shoulders bolstered up,
and groaning from the pain of his wound.
Tho bed clothes were crimson with the
fresh blood that issued from his breast and
back. On a chair by the bedside were the
clothe that had been stripped frem his
body and were red with gore. Ho wai per
fectly conscious and ablo to converse,
though suffering great pain. The ball en
tered squarely through the left nipple of tho
breast, glanced around a rib end posing
backward and downward, lodged about
half an inch under tho skin at tborearof
the kidney on the left side. The wound is
not considered dangerous.
Passing from this room into the next, a
still more distressing sceno presented ittelf.
Stretched upon a bed and surrounded by
her mother, sister and another lady, lay the
young wife and victim of a jealous mind
and a semi-demented brain, in terrible
agony, with a bullet hole through and
through her body. It was a sight not soon
to be forgotten.
In conversation with Mrs. and Mils Shel
don the mother and sister of the unfortunate
woman, tho reporter gathered the following
Tho young ceuplo wero married in this
city about a year ago, not very long aftor
Mr. McClintock's residency in this city be
gan, and have no children. They wero each
about 2G years old. Tho McClintock fam
ily came frem York state to Lawrence.Kas.
about sir years ago, whero they resided un
til somewhero about a year ago when Mr.
McClintock sanior camo to this city and
bought property on south Lawrcnco avenuo
below tho Wichita and Western railroad.
Hero tho author of this dreadful tragedy
built a storo whtro ho conducted tho gro
cery business until last spring when he sold
out to Mr. Lamphoro. Tho family lived
over the store until a short time ago
when Mrs. McClintock, who has been
clerking at the Enterprise store in tho
Eagta block for some time, le!t her huibiLtl
on account of his jealousy and for other
reasons -which tho family don't care to have
stated. Mrs. McClintock was of a cheerful
and rather frolicsome disposition and on
that account tho husband becamo jealous of
her, in connection with almost everyone
with whom sho had any conversation, but
his brother, her relatives and all who knew
her intimately, assert that there wero no
grounds whatever for tho husband's suspi
cions of faithlessness on his wifu's part. lie
has been physically and mentally weak for
some time, and to his mental weakness is at
tributed that jealousncss of deposition
which culminated yesterday morning in this
About a week ago Mrs. McClintock
went into a barn whero Mr. Linipher?,
tho gentleman who bought out Mr. Mc
Clintock was, and thoy sat down on the
hay and chatted, sho being of a socisl de
position. Thisreachod the husband's car,
and he went to see Mr. Lamphero and threat
ened to shot him. (Thcso latter facts wero
learned from friends of both parties). Mr.
Lamohere assured tho husband that his sus
picions wero entirely groundless, and that
he no moro thought of talking improperly to
bis wife than if she were his own sister.
Tho pair had somo dispute on Friday night
and yesterday morning Mr. McClintock
came to his fatbcr-in-law'! house whero his
wife was stoppping,und after somo conver
sationnot of an agreeablo cbaractir the
wifo told her husband that sho would not
live with him any longer, and she
then essayed to pass from tho front room
where they had been talking into a back
room where her mother was, and just as sho
had crossed the threshold he shot her. Ho
flrod two shots at her, but only ono wound
was discovered. The unfortunate woman's
mother asserts that bo shat her in tho back,
but the doctors say tho ball entered her
bowels about an inch below tho navel and
passed directly through her body. She fell
into her mother's arms. McClintock then
turned tho bull-dog pistol to bis own breast,
bent on self-destruction, and fired with the
effect before montioned.
Dr. C. C. Furloy was called in, and in
company with Dr. McBurnio extracted the
ball from tho man and did all that was pos
sible for tho wounded couple.
The reporter saw Dr. Furlcy in the even
ing, who imformed him that his impressions
touching the course of the ball in tho man's
caso were srroncous. Tho doctor shotted
tbo reporter the ball, which koro no evi
dence of having struck a rib. IIo says tbo
ball passed through tho left brent and took
downward course, passing through a lobe
of tho lung, keeping to tho right of the
spine and lodging over the kidney. The
doctor thinks both man and wifo will die.
About 2 o'clock, at Mrs. McClintock's
request, Mr. Lamplane visited her, and in
asmuch as his name has been coupled with
tho affair as tho immediate cause of the
tragedy, ho feels his position very keenly.
Both the families of the unfortu
nate pair aro from "cw York
state, and both are rcipectable.
Mr. E. E. Shelden, father of tho woman,
was working on tho Wichita and Western
at the time of tbo shooting, and being ap
prised of tho sad occurrence by wire came
in last evening.
Later Mrs. McClintock died about 4
Mr. Lamphcre, the gentleman whoso
name is to intimately connected with this
sad affair, called last night acd said there
were some errors in the Beacon's statements
and that the foregoinc is in the main cor
rect, with the exception that he had bought
Mr. McClintock out. Tho fact is be has
been in partnership with McClintock's
THE CITY COLLECTOR.
Police Officer Jap Marala'.t, who is the
collector of customs for this port, for consti
tutional law-breakers, turned over $S00 to
the police judge yesterday, which snug
little pile is the proceeds of collections for
the past ten days, on account of violations
of the city ordinances. SI40 of the pile
comes from males who carry on some ille
gal foolishness it has another name, but let
thMl m. Each fallow whacks ud S27.
The presidents of six housu of HI shape
cosinsniea 920 eecn, sasing $iou. men
comes eighteen of the common herd with
$10 each, which makes up the graad total
of $860, which Jap turnel over to the
jodce. It was not a bed week in collec-
tietu,ftdifUie lively policeman keeps up
kia racket rifbt sdeec,hi opersiioas wUl
First Baptist. The pastor, Ber. W. F.
Harper, will preach today at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m.; Sunday-echoel and pastor's bible
class at 230, Dr. D. W. Smith superin
tendent; young men'a meeting Tuesday at
8 p. m.; weekly prayer meeting Thursday at
6 p.m. All cordially invited.
Catholic. Kegular services morning sad
evening will be held In the Catholic church
Presbyterian. Sunday-school at 9:30; ses
sion meeting at 10.45; preaching at 11;
yourg people's meeting at 7; song service
and preaching at 8. All aro welcome. Oak
street Sunday-school at 2.-30; preaching at
Emporia Avenuo Methodist Episcopal,
corner Emporia avenue and Morris street
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching by
15av. 2f. E. Thurman, the pastor, at 10 a. m.
and 8 p. m. The public are most cor
Plymouth Congregational, corner Socond
street and Lawrence avenue, Rev. J. H.
Parker, pastor Preaching at 10 a. m. and
8 p. m. Sunday school at C:30 a. m. Prayer
meeting at 8 o'clock Thursday evening.
Evangelical Lutheran bervices at opera
house at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 9 sum-
Services at Greenwich at 2:30 p. m.
First M. E. Regular preaching today.
Subject of this morning's sermon, God
Knows Best. Services begin promptly at
10 and 8. Sunday school at 2:30. The au
dience room is large, elegant and comfort
able. Seals aro free and all are cordially
invited to worship with us.
St. John's Episcopal Sunday school at
9:30. Morning prayer and sermon on Or
ganic Union with God, at 11. Evening
prayer and sermon by the rector on The
Power of Little Things at 8.
Friends meeting and Sabbath school in
First ward school building in west room up
stairs, Sabbath ichool at 9:45, religious ser
vices at 11, All are respectfully invited to
German M. E Sunday school at 9:30,
preaching at lC:45,and at 8. young peoples
meeting en Tuesday evening at 8. Usual
prayer meeting on' Thursday evening at 8.
All aro invited to attend these meetings.
Christian, corner Second and Market
streets Sunday school 9:30, preaching by
W. B. Hendryx at 11 and 8. Young peo
ples meeting Monday at 8 p. m., earnest
workers mooting Tuesday 4 p. m-, mothers
meeting Wednesday 2 p. m., followed by
Ladies Aid society. Regular prayer moet
ing Thursday 8 p. m., subject, "Prayer and
Exhortation." Toachors meeting at tho par
sonage 1 1C X. Topeka ave, Friday 8 p. m.
All are cordially invited to all these scrv-
July 10, at 12 o'clock. Earle, infant son of
William E. and Jennie E. Phillips aged 3
months and 24 days.
Funeral services will bo held at tbo hou'e,
corner of Oik and Washington streets, at
3:30 p. ni., llav. Mr. Hodgson officiating.
Friends of tLo family aro respectfully in
cited. This 1 jvoly bud, so young, so fair,
Called henco by early doom,
Just came to show how sweet a flower
In Paradise would bloom.
ON TO THE GOLDEN GATE.
For tho information of all who desire to
go with tho crowd to San Francisco and
witness the grandest demonstration that will
occur this season on tho continent, tho fol
lowing arrangements are announced:
A through Pullman sleeper will ba char
tered and placed at the disposal of thosi
who will rendezvous at Wichita, and start
from this point and Valley Center; leaving
hero at 5 o'clock Monday evening, July
2Cth; stop over at Los Angelas from Tbnrs
Jar evening to Saturday mnin"; arrive at
San Francisco Sundy morning, August
1st. Fare for the round trip, not including
cost of berths in eleeper, SoO, tickets good
for three months. On return trip choice of
all tho various routes aro offered without
extra charge, except via Northern Pacific
For thof o residing in this portion of the
state, anil who do not desiro to return via
Omaha and Kansas City, the bctt "route
offered is i Central racifle to Ogdon, tak
ing in Stlt Lake City, then down through
tho Gunnison country and Grand canon, by
tho Denver und Rio Grande, to Pueblo, and
from thenco to Manitau and Denver without
extra chM-ge. Meals will bo furnished on
tho routo to all persons taking the Grand
Armv train, of which the sleeper from
Wichita will furnish a porter, at 60 cents.
Information with regard to berths, etc.,
will be furnished on application personally,
or by letter, to M. Stewart, II. D. nciser
man or J. A. Ask.
An anti-monopoly convention was held in
tho court room yesterday afternoon, at
which tho following ticket was nomiated :
For representative of the 82d district, Dr.
L. A Pratt. Tho reprcsentavo of the 83 J
district will bo choson by tho executive com
mittce. For tho 84th district, R. Slyter; for
probate judge, E. A Rsiman; county at
torney, J. E. Hume; district clerk, Chas. E
Strector; countj superintendent, J. D. Cald
well; delegates to tho state convention,
Frank Grocn and J. A Shearor; alternates,
J. S. Jennings and William Ross.
A central committee wa3 chosen and other
important business transacted.
SHEEP AND WOOL.
Mr. J. T. Oftings, of HaysviHc, ono of
Sedgwicks couuty's successful sheep grow
ers, and who, by the way, is a true blue Re
publican and a high tariff man, brought in
yesterday his 'SG wool clip. Ho sold to Lee
Hays for twenty cents per pound, tho htight
of the market, realizing just eleven hundred
and sixty-one dallars for the clip. Mr.
Owing's sheep arc all grades.
OFF FOR OKLAHOMA.
Socru Haves, July 8.
To the EJltor Dally Eicl:
Fleaso publish in your pper that there is
a party going into Oklahoma on the 15lh of
this month. If one-half go in who say they
are going and who are making preparations
to go thero will bo from twenty-Are hun
dred to three thousand. We will start from
this place. E. H. Ncoest.
The officers elect of local lodge A. O. W.
will be installed into office at the lodge hall
tomorrow evening, the exercise beginning
at 6 o'clock. The public are cordially in
vited to attend and witness the interesting
ceremonies. Rjfresbments will be served
in tho hall during the evening.
ATTENTION! A O U.W.
Tho installation of officers takes place
IforniAV r.i-ht the ISA and a full attend
ance is desired by the brothers, as it is an
open meeting. A sociable alterwards by
the ladies of the degree of Honor.
A NSW TOWN.
Word has just been received that a new
town, named Anness, has beea lscated acd
platted in the southwest portion of our
county, on section 85, in Erie township.
It is on the new lino of railroad running
through the south pert of the county.
The railroad is no w in operation to Clear
water, and graded to Harper county Ibe.
This town is in a fine agricultural district,
12 cr 15 miles from any ether tows sad will
be a great market cob Venice ca to the people
by e visit from
wse hemewjg yesterday
ltsssts. S. & Soy
seres serf J. W. TO-
Lafayette Jones, of Cheney, was in town
Gov. A. A. Glenn and wife returned
from the east Friday.
J. E. Wingert, of Cheney, was in to the
Democratic convention yesterday.
E. A Newman and L. M. Conkling, of
Kingman, are guests at the Manhattsn.
Dr. J. C Brady, of Louisville, Ky., and
of Lerado, Kansas, is at the Manhattan .
Mr.Byrth.the broad-beamed and happy
traveling freight agent of the Santa Fa is la
W. G. Shambaugh left last evening for
Chicago, where he will spend several weeks
E. F. Burnett, the genial traveling pas
senger agent of the Santa Fe is quartered at
H. Rennie will leave today fer Beno
county, where he will spend some days at
tending to business matters.
-Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. Crawford, ef
Wellington, were up shopping yesterday
and dined at the Manhattan.
W. C. Wiggins, who has been spending
a few days in the city left yesterday for his
homo in Pontiac, Michigan.
Mrs. Adams, wife of C. J. Adams, pas
tor of the St. John's Episcopal church, who
has been visiting in Winfiisld, arrived heme
S. L. Taylor, agent of the Wichita
Western at Kingman, accompanied by Har
ry Allen, tho Goddard druggist, eame in last
night to spend Sunday.
Arthur Carpenter, of tho Valley Center
News, will leave for Minneapolis, Minnsota,
next Wednesday to accompany bu wife
home. Mrs. Carpenter expected to remain
in the land of frost for several weeks, but
she is already homesick and although Arthur
has just returned after leaving her there, she
wants to come home.
Friday night tho light fingered brigade
sallied forth on South Topeka avenue with
the evident determination to replenish their
exchccqucrs. Th-jir first break was at the
residence of Mr. R. C. Nelson, 524 South
Topeka. They cut the netting on ono of
the windows and hooked out Mr. Nelson s
coat. Luckily for Mr. Nelson he had noth
ing in his pockots of spocial value, conse-
ouentlv sustained no loss. Had tho thief
been a little moro deliberate in his efforts
ho might havo found lying on a table in the
samo room, Mrs. Nelson's portcmonie con
taining a snug littlo sum of money. Mr.
Nelson found his coat in the morning hang
ing on a treo near the house, for which con
siderate act ho feels very grateful to his noc
Tho next placo visited was the house of
Mr. A. B. Calvert, No. 733 Ssuth Topeka
avenue. A sick child bad kept tho family
up until lato and Mr. Calvert had just fallen
into a doze. Tho grating of tho burglar's
knife as ho cut tho netting at tbo window
roucd Mr. Calvert and ho reached tho door
in lime to see tho thieves scamper off down
tho street. Liko tbo first mentioned this was
a water haul; nothing was gotten.
From here tho festive gang proceeded
south and next rounded up at the house of
Mr. Saltkill bevond tho railroad. At this
point tbo burglars mot with a little better
success. With tho handy penknife they
parted tbo veil placed to keep out the winged
intruders, and with the ready hoeked lifter
Mr. Saltkill's pants wore deftly drawn
through. They did not wait te examine tho
pocktts, but carried off pant,money and alL
The exact amount of money obtained is not
definitely known, though not a very large
amount. In view of their former failures,
however, tho robbors doubtless felt somo
what recompensed ns they realized that a
little is a prodig'ous percentage upon noth
Their arduous labors thus far provoked a
veaminir for stomach munitions, and our
heroei proceeded to raid the larder of
cood teutonic citizen not far away. The
jingle of cups and dishes aroused Hans, who
was sleeping in an adjoining room. Intul
tively taking in tho situation, and not caring
to tackle tho gang unarmed, and yet re
membering that his morning meal was at
their mercy, he called out to the sslf-lnvited
guests with: "iny, you fellers in dare; dond
vou est up all mine crup; I vant somo
breckfast und mino frow too." With
warning from his guests not to intrude upon
them, and a promise that they would leave
him something, Hans turned over in bod
and was soon dreaming of tho personal lib
erties people enjoy in free Amvisa in cen
trast with tho restraints of tho "fadderlandt,"
and tho marauders were lost in the shado
o the nighL
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in tho offico of register of deeds
M Hunwelko to G Walter, undiv hf
of nw or 21-24 2 e 150
Union City Town Co. to C M Hall,
lot 29, blk 4 80
H O Balck to A F Iluckendge, lot 15
Court st 3760
Union City Town Co to U II Uall, lot
J M Ulakely to D B Meyer, lota 20,
28, Main st, March's add
E Tucn to M B Brueggeman, lots 21,
23, 25, 27, Washingten ave, Tusch's
W N Smith" to C S Smith, "lots 2. 4. V.
Fourth ave, North Park add 1100
E W Dean to G O Rebbins, commeno
ing CO ft c of no corblk29in Mount
Hone: thenco e 330 ft, n 5?0 ft, w
330 ft. s 0S0 ft 1000
C A Tincher to BuforJ and Georga
Implement Co, 20 ft off w side lot
182, Ross aye, Clearwater
M Fountain to C A Tincher, 20 ft eff
w sido lot 182 Ross ave, Clearwater
M Hammersle to G W Walter, undiv
hf interest in nw ur 21-2S 2e
G W Walter to C Hammersle, let 125
Main st English's 7th add; edd lots
127 to 143 Main st, Walter and
Wright's add - 1600
G W Waiter to t uiten, lot va
Water st, Walter & Wright's add..
G W Walter to W Kaseel, Iota 123.
135. 137, 139. 141. 143. Water st,
Walter & Wrisht's add
G W Walter to M Bumwclke. lot 125
Water st, English's 7th add; also
lota 12S, 130. "1S2, 134,136. 13S, 140,
142,141. Water street, Walter &
Wrignt's add ..... .... ...H.........
W M Birring to U Neideranuer, lots
67, 69, Water st, Berring's add.-...
U Fry to M E Ive, lots 74, 76, blk 8
Orraei Phillip's add.......... .
N A English to R A Wilkerson, lot 6,
blk 4, English's 4h add
A Cook to K A Wilkerson, lot 2 blk
3 Enr-liih 4th add
W R Clarke to P V Healy, lot
3 Ecslisn add...... .................
N A English to P V Healv. lot 5 blk
3 and lot 3 blk 4 Eccliih's 4th add
N E Jones to P V Healy, lot 29 blk 1
Santa Fe add . .
H Guesther to C F Smith, beginning
270 ft e ot ce cor lot 44 Eotrjish's
add. Fifth are, thence e 230 ft, s
153 ft. w 230 fun 155 ft
J P S Elliott to G W Wslte, lot 23
Waco it, Riverrnan s add.....
FVHsalytoEJ Healy. lots 37, 39,
Emporia ave Hilton's add.
A J Waddell to R A Wilkersos. lets
17, 19. 21, Oak street, Jone's add
C H Wines to J T HssseJ. lots 23, 31,
blk 6. Grant ave; also lot 18, 20,
22. 24. 26, 25. 20, 32. blk 3. Eadide
ave. Allen & Smith's Add
R Hofield to D H Baldridn, lots 28,
SO. Topeka ave, and 27. 29. Em-
Sna ave, iUmmeriys si aaa
Barnes to G W Walters, lots 1.
S, Heeler 4 Smith's aid
Wk Thomas toJSStiesos, lotke-EincL-x
ISOftnofnwcor Oak sad
Topeka ave,tbesce w 150 ft, a 6 ft,
e IMS. s 60' ft
S E Andrews to S LLfppitt, lets 42,
.. xsspona are,
to T H Oalby.h s
tsJjht add leas 17 to v i
G A Hall to JM Trickey.e UB
serve B Helbert's add
J O Stares to J 8 Turnbull, bee;
166 ft s 700 ft w or ne cor or se rr
29-27-le; thence s 49 ft,e 160 ft, a
AQ ft. w ISO ik. ..
Junction Town Ue a aaa.........
W A Bombart to J B Snlvely, lots 12,
11. Dlk, Perry's add
M E Bourne to T P Andersen, com-
mwiriffs; at se cor or nw ir 01 so qr
8-27-1 e; thence e 968 ft. n 808 ft, w
. 968 ft, s 808 It............
W Ii Hope to S B Hope, eoBsmeBeiBs;
at sw cor 18-29-2 w, thence n 20 rds
es40rd,s20rds,w 40; also, com
mencing at sw cor 18-29-2w, thence
s 40 rds, e 44 rds. n20 rds, w 44 rds,
s 20 rds --
CT Haines to G W Vice. lot9,blk
8. Mt. Hope, no consideration.
GW Vice to John Hess, lot 9 blk3,
Mt Hepe.. ....... ........ ............
C Cinkaid to B Jacobs, loU 1 4, blk 8
Kinkaid's 2d add
S L Remigle to M C MeLain, loU 40,
Tdaava Hvda'a add........ ..........
J E Humphrey to D 8 Brands, beg at
eecor6-17-l; tbeaoeniO rods.w
76 rods, n 20 rods, e 78 rods 1960
L Glaze to L Stevens, edd loU 27 to
117 Washington ave, Glare ana
Jocelyn's add -
PBWoolf toCBTrasastill.whf ef
s bf of n hf of se qr 11-26-1 e
G H Bidder to A B Truesdell, keg at
necorof se qr 2-26-1 e, thence w
SO rods, s 80 rods, e 80 rod to
place of beginning
E E Brand to B A Wilkerson, lots 22-23-24-35-20-27-28,
blk 1. Santa Fe
J B Billinger to B Wilkerson, loss 17-
18-19-20-21, blk 1, Hanu re aaa...
BAReiman to P V Healy, lots IS-
is.i7-ig.2l. Waco st, Keimsa's ad
B Hutchinson to B W Littrell, lots
65. 67. 69. 71. Fifth ave, Vleia aaa
n rtintun m W R Fard. let 165.
Ceurt st, f - 10lt
H Sehwiter to O C Hlnkley lots 2, 4,
6, 8. Ellis ave Linceln st aca sou
W Uranmam uua itogen, in
91. XL Water it. 1
W T. tt.rr.n (n J florwin. lots 10. 12.
14. Plnmst Corwln's add 1000
T F Major to J JtcLetn lou oo, 01,
6, 71, T, TO, uyarauue ave, ju
J H Bichards to W K Taylor lot 146
Waco it, also plot or frrouna com
mencing at a w cor It 146, Wace st
thence e 182 ftnto hfsec line w,
132 ft a to aeeinninsf
N O Wilkins to S Hargraaa.loU 20-22
Cleveland ave, Garrison's add....
O Firebaugh to E J Beatlie, lets from
div. block 8 Chautauqua add 4080
s y.s ess inriniiin. r aa-Lsaauaiu a auw
WB Smith to U W- Wi
alter. Iota 89
41 TlauplaA ave 1980S
M A Kay to G G Clark, lots 66-88-70
Mead ave and Ransom and Kay add
W F Gran to J Johnson, n e J 80 27
2e L B Cole to R Smith, loU 99-101-103-
105. Douglas ave. Hay den's aaa..
JohnWenzel to O Zimmerman, beg
at a point on w side Wats st 26 it n
of section line between sections 20
and 29, township 27, 1 e, thence n
75 ft w to river, s down bend of
river 75 ft e to bridge
Tho following shows the total ef real es
tate for last week: -...
Monday 9 .01
Total this week $866,221
Total last week $469,4i0
One of the striking features ef lsst week's
transfers is the number of large transactions
recorded and tho decrease in the opposite.
This phenomenon In the epmion ef seme is
one highly cneeuragiag fer the city. It
shows that the meaied meaeftbe eeuatry
have coafidence In the future greatness of
Thos. Shaw reports the biggest trade in
pianos and organs the past month ever had
in one month. He ha the biggest stock
this siJo of Kansas City, and makes the
lowest prices wholesale or retail. He has
Steinway, Decker Brothers, Emersoa and
other good pianos, Estey, Kimball and
other good organs. You will save money
to seo him before you buy. d46-lt
At the City Shoe store, $1,000 worth of
sample boots and shoes, which we will retail
at whelesale prices.
WooDWoarn St Stzakxs,
d46.lt 188 N. Main Street
Te Our Customers.
Our employes having suggested that all
other classes of labor are enly required to
work from seven o'clock a. m. to six p. m.
we uiost cheerfully accede te their request,
and hereafter our busiaess booses will be
closed at six o'cleck p. m. iastead of seven
as heretofore, with the exception ef Satur
day evenings, when we will remaiaopeuas
usual. Honinir our customers will stake
their purchases as early as possible, ea
abling us to close eur doers promptly,
We are very truly
Larimm J Stistsost,
Ixxns & Ross.
J. F. Gi!en, Wichita, special agent, Moe-
ler Safe and Lock Co.. CinelnnatL Corres-
pondence solicited. 46-5 1,
If von want a shoe or slipper that will
give yon the best wear for the least money,
call at the City Shoe store.
WooswexTH A Stkarxs,
d46-lt 188 N. Main Street.
J. A Miller, not wlehiag to detract frem
the beauty ef the city by holding so large a
tract ef land so near the center, has cos-
eluded to cut It ap Into IsU and sell a per
tlon, these beautiful lota being covered with
blue grass and the rarest varieties ef frnlt
trees, In bearing. Only these wha have
sweltered for years en sonny prairie lots.
trvicr to stow trees, can knew the valne of
shade, or the luxury ol sitting nnder one's
own "vine and flg tree," and enjoying the
the lascloos fruits, fresh frem the hand of
nature. The finest residence, blistering hi
hot July sunshine, barren ef trees, bears no
comparison to this sylvasf retreat. These
who wise to boild real hemes, sack as they
may hepe to enjey as well as peetority, are
invited to eotne and select their loss. These
grounds are situated four blocks frees
Douglas venae and three blocks frees the
high school, frontiag on Caaaoa street, EL
John and Grove aveaues. For sale by Kil
ler 4 Willis, roost 11 Farley block, Dong
This is inside property. 446-lt
Boots aa4 Shcea
Mr.Woodworta has Just returned from
market, bringing with him the cheapest and
nicest assortment ef boots and shoes that
could possibly be found la the east.
WoosweaTB St Srxuurs,
ItS North Hals StreeL
From three to ton pounds each at $L80
per 100 lbs (daooaate on large crates).
Wichita Foundry, sowU ef n. 3. A W. K.
B. depot, B. HeFariaad, Proprietor.
If yon cannot bay a pair of saea's abacs fa
$1.65 that win give yea as sjeod wear as
Wooswastn St Snun,
Mrs. Harry Hosreaad children retaraed
TBMyaetetslay frees a two aseaibe' visit to
Mm, Moore's awscjls at Laarea werth. Harry
OUR CARPET SALE
We sold more
great sale than we thought
could be sold at retail in the
THEY ARE HERE!
They are Here !
Our Axminster, Wilton Velvet and Moquet
Carpets will be on sale SATURDAY morn
ing, July 10th Sale for one week.
NEW TOEK STOKE,
M. KOHN & CO.,
(Saccesaors to MUNSON,)
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE . P0ST0FFICE.
Our Semi-annaal inventory
will be taken next week.
This week we
Reductions on Seasonable
Goods to reduce the stock for
We will offer some
Darin the Month of
carpets at this
will make big
For Bargains in
k. JonNso., n. !.,
DISEASE Or FEKA LEV.
Otawaad nail rr 1J'i tri.
sn er. in S Mela tx. WWaiu. Xaa.
XT McKUf DcBOIS,
tn. inna ulmr acna at
ffPliPv WW HWlfaa;
Having been requested by our employes
to reduce their hours of labor from 7 a. m.
to 6 p. m., except on Saturday night, we
have cheerfully acceded to their request.
Hereafter the White House of Innes & Ross
will be closed at 6 p. m., except on Satur
day. We hope that our customers will make
their purchases before that time, so that our
employes can have the same rest that all
other classes of labor enjoy.
INNES & ROSS.
Another Slaughter on Parasols.
1,000 Parasols Sacrificed.
The last grand chance to get a Positive
Bargain. We will close out our Parasol
Stock at prices very much below any tiling
ever known before.
Parasols. Parasols. Parasols.
Sun Umbrellas. Sun Umbrellas.
This Sale will Commence
It is positively the last chance for a Cheap
Parasol or Sun Umbrella. Children's Para
sols very low. Come and price them, and
be convinced of the great bargains we offer.
ON THE SECOND FLOO
Our Great aU-convicing CHEAP CARPET
SALE still continues. Shrewd buyers acknowl
edge the fact that the WHITE HOUSE is the
only place to buy Carpets and furnish a house.
We are compelled to acknowledge the same.
INNES & ROSS
Before we move our
now occupied by the
pany, we will give you immense benefits on
Clothing, Hats and Furnishings.
Jobbers in Fruits, Nuts, Etc.
Affentafor GOOD FAITH, 8COUT aa 8U0CBB Brawl of Clffftr
Saaft Se! la Dtaltra
FRANCIS TIERNAN A CO,
Contractors & Builders.
QS&. B-w tor. Stb fts4 K.rfc.ttU, ft Unit.
ijtu a wr k(ia l ! Inra . Wleatea, Kaa.
dIT-lf CIUSEI-UIE"XE M3IJOTEU.
Tbe Lot ar cloa to th dty limit, 1 lyis
OntraJ Ave. aad 2ad Btrat. exaart of town. TIum lota fcr sal
CHEAP AND ON EAST TERMS.
No CoIIesr. Union Depot or XmbJjm Sfcoa to b fcatit
them. For Term, apply avt
BUTLER k FISHER S HARDWARE ST0R
NO 1 10 DOCOLAS AVKSCUM.
i toaa aw t . 6W fuU KmX. W. " JBJgSt, mB
HWMnm;ie wiwoimiiiiMi. Tatfytxaaatf eaaf wm aasaa. wo aw
Estate aad Loan
Stock into the Rooms
Kansas Furniture Com
CR ACKER CO.
1 Pure Candies;
aty, mm 9r4tn UMmt
Olvan to Cil
xxcesro ats :.
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