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The following arc tha real estate transfers
corded in the ollice of register or deeds yes-
JCM Humphrey to I F Newcomb, lots
17, 1, -XII, Jimpona ave, .uniaern s
C Henderson to P Jl Sherman, lot t.',
Water st, Gremcustum : add
C Beitz to C E Banuse, lot VX), 132,
blk 9, Ornio & Phillip's add
6 L Rou to It S Saw r, lots 10, VJ,
blk 5, v abatn ac, V. aslungton ave
W Mathewson to C E Casey, lot 42,
Cleveland ave. Mather son s 3d add . .
IE Milder to "VV II Aswald. lot 3'J, blk I,
- Santa Feadd
W C Oswell to T IV Wingh, lot 30, blk
1, Santa re add
F "VV Colby to H O Ualch, lot 1.1, .Mam
I A T Buckcridge to It E Buckcridge, lot
15, Court st
A E Harding to .7 T Miller lots Kfi, 107,
101). 1 11, iloaley a e, lola add
1 .7 V Miller to J A M..n,to:i lots 4'J, SI,
f.3, 5j. Jiosley ave
! J P Miller to .1 A MYirton lots :i'J, :Vi,
blk ti. Fairview add
' E Johnson to M B Marstou lot-, 102,101,
r blk 8, Onus 6c Phillips add
I G Luuds to .7 G Blight lots 10, 10 i, bll:
18. Onne & Phillips add
Hl$ "Windsor to P A Ozane undiv hf
int in following, blk 1. Butler iz 1 :sh
J H Taylor to H B Windsor a part of
lot .5, oik 4, Uawrence !yw,coinmen
ing n0 ft s of nw cor then e J(5 it, s
50 ft. w ST, ft. U-.7J ft
I E Chase to VT S Price, even lots 120 to
151 E11N ave But r.s add
X, O Smith to .7 Koenfc. lots f5, 7, -. 0,
Douzlas ave. blk 5 Minneapolis add
! A S Garrison to T O Douueil. lot, if, 11
Oak st. Garrison's 3d add
Wichita Cemetery Co to C llGrifiin,
lot 74. .section t', liiqiilana tomotery
A C Rogers to C Martin, lot 55, Sher
man ave. Waterman s add
JGWiltuertoMAAllen, lots 13, 15,
17. 19, Laura ave Wallmaus auu
J F Harris to M A Allen, lot 2.'-, Ash ht
Park ulaeo add
R S Moore to J F Harris to M A Allen,
lats 13, 15, 17, Ash st Park place add
i J P Miller to S E Jolison, lots 3, 30,
! blk 6 Fairview add
The river ro-o about tivo feet yesterday.
J. D. Gallespie, who dislocated his auklo
about .-b: weeks win, was on the streets
Mr. J. E. Sh.av. a drngiist,from Mulvane,
was in the city yoilorJay attending to -some
Rev. G. "U. Downey, of Westarville, Ohio,
who has been conducting the camp-meeting
at Latham, called yestarday.
Tom and Jap Tricksy, two of Wichita's
i old timers, were in thf city yestei-day. They
, report Mul ana as pnjsjiermg.
Capt. P.. F. Witt, t Indianapolis, passed
through the city yesterday morning, stopijing
I long enough to size m our boom.
Dr. Whitloek and fauiily will spend sl
months in California. Tir; doctor on return
ing will erect a nice residence on South Main
street near English.
J. B. Blaker, of Augusta, came over yes-
lerday to mark up the price of his V.'ichita
property. Ho disd.iiincs any purpose of
moving here but its to, t, t, too thin.
" 'Tommy Shea, formerly propi ietor of the
Kansas Tea house, purchased the Fruit
Palace of V". J. Christman, and will add to
tho present stock of goods a fine line of Hour
A L. Schach, a skillful fresco artist ar
rived in tho city yesterday. Mr. Schach is
tho workman who finished some of the finest
buildings in tho state. Ho will open an office
here, if he finds any encouragement.
Mr. Robert II. Smith writes to a friend
that his bon Edward, at Clarksburg, Iud.,
who for a time was not expected to live, is
now improving slow!', and he hopes that he
will Ikj able to return with him to Wichita
Dr. E. A. Waggeuer, a skillful and well
known surgeon of Carrolton. Missouri, ar
rived in th? city yesterday inoniiujj as tho
guest of his old friend, Uobt. Mclvim. The
doctor expects to remain and engago in the
practice of his profession.
Rogers, the photographer, who nover per
mits tho slightest occasion to dodge his
: camera, sends us up two pictures of tho as-
I somblod members of tho late teacher's insti
j'tute. We believe every face is recognizable
in tho hundred or more.
J. E. Shane, postmaster at Mulvane, was
in the cit yesterday and reported that they
aro going to have a government building in
; that place. Hotaynlhat when thoy w,aut a
j government buildine; at Mulvnno they don't
monkey around for government appropria
tions but proceed to build it themselves.
Thero will be a special meeting of Witchita
lodgo Ino. 93 I. O. O. F., at 7:30 to night, for
(instruction in the team work of the initiatory
degree by special instructor MeKenzie, of
'Ohio. All Odd Follows in jrood standintr arc
invited to be present. Wm. Sicix.veii, X. G.
F. J. Cossitt, See.
A Beacon reporter says some bright lawyer
has made tho discovery that tho legal organ
ization of tho present school board is ques
tionable, claiming tho announcement as
news, it that lawyer will turn to the second
Qpago of the Eagle for August 14th. lie will
id his discovery just two weeks old.
Hon. Rodolph Hatfield of Wichita siient
iFriday evening in this eitv. lie liu:r an
Id-schoolmate of ours we of course enjoyed
. fow moments' conversation with him. Ho.
i other Wichita men; is very enthusiastic
ver tne future propecto of that citv, and
rell ho might be, for no city in the west has
I bright prospects as she. Pnntagraph.
Mr. Al Thomas, tho real estate rustler, sold
I Joseph Morris $10,000 worth of property
erday. He also inodo quite a hit on Ma-
i Grove addition yesterday, having sold to
10 eastern parties several thousand dol-
i worth. He seems to think that the hot
weather has not entirely stowed tho eomtner-
L spirit out of tho people.
The law firm of Symth & Brooks, rocentlv
ited in this city Tmvo brought with them
i of the largost private law libraries in the
te, making a valuablo'acquisitiou to tho
il literature of the city. JBoth the gentle-
,i composing this firm left lucrative prac-
icos and located in Wichita, believine it to
;hve tho most promising future of any city i
i the west
Hon. H. C. Taylor, member of the Ohio
,tivo assembly from the city of Colum-
district, and D. K. Watson, Esq., a law-J
fir from that city, who have been looking
t'throogb. tho counties of tho southwest, spent
j In Wichita and may spend many
dajssoontror later. These gentlemen
that while they had heard much of
ichita they found the place equal to her j
P., W. Case camo over fron El Dorado
S. A. Evans of ITeodo-ha arrived in the
F. D. Cline is spandiug a f jw days at
J. 3L Henry, of Lawrence, arrived in
the city yesterday. t
C. W. Collins of Caldwell spent yester
day with his friends;.
Mrs. Hani: Hciserman returned yester
day from Colorado Springs.
George Gardner, of El Dorado, was in
tho city a few horns esterday.
P. WayckoIT, a groceryman at Arkansas
City, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. B. E. Keils, a banker at Medicine
Lodge, was in tho city yesterday.
Seymour Peck and W. C. Alfred of Ka
zleton were in the city yesterday.
21. M. Lev. is, of Washington, D. C, was
registered yesterday at the Manhattan.
Mr. J. B. Glover left last evening for In
dianapolis where ho will visit some weeks.
Mr. John Mckay, proprietor of the Med
icine Lodge house, was in the city yesterday.
J. Biiukley of Hamilton, Ohio, was
among yesterday's arrivals in the metrop
olis. Miss Annie Mercle,of Morrow, Ohio, is
visiting Captain Perry Crosson, of Lewis
Charles Wheeler of Atchison aivivod m
tho city yesterday to take a jwsition in the
Edward DeLoug, who was called to Ohio
by the illness of his brother six weela ago,
Mr. L. L. Jennings, accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Knight, leave today for a visit
to Kingman and Pratt Center.
W. S. Starncs leaves tonight for Chicago
and Nov. York on a pleasure and outness
ti lp. He has concluded to make Wichita his
home and will open'up in business hero.
Dr. Bonuey of Quincy, Illinois, arrived
in the city yesterday on his way home from
a sbc months' visit to Colorado. He is tho
guest of his old acquaintance. T. McMahaa,
A. A. Lutrcll has returned from his trip
cast. He reports having a good time and
says ho saw so many goods that were cheap
and new that ho could not resist buying a
very largo and complete stock.
Dr. J- II. Tilden, wife and daughter, of
Litchfield, Illinois, arrived in tho city yester
day and are stopping at the Tremont. The
doctor expects soon to open an oliice here and
enter upon tho practice of his profession.
Dr. J. M. Rboacls will more to Denver,
Colorado, in a few days, where he has largo
The road-tar gang of the Ft. S. & W. 11.
R., under tho charge of F. M. Hantly, of Fort
Scott, have been eniplo ed for several days
repairing the high wayo of this county. They
were at work yesterday north of the Garfield
uni verity gsouudi. Mr. H. informed that
the company's road tax along the lino
amounts to more than ?2,0C0; and, moreover,
that of all tho counties in which ho has been
on the route Sedgwick is tho best.
Last evening a gentleman drove up in
front of the postoilice, and, alighting from
his buggy, left the horse standing unhitched.
The animal, not appreciating this lack of at
tention, started up Main street on a lively
gaite, but was finally captured by some
gentleman in front of Gandolfo's. '"How
much longer is this thing of leaving horses
standing unhitched in the street going to con
tinue.'" said a bystander.
To tho Editor of t!iul:.i:c.
When a live western city begins to draw
out unfavorable remarks from tho newspa
pers of rival towns it is safe to assume that
her future greatness is assured. Wichita can
afrord to regard all such criticisms with good
natural -silence while she continues to build
a good sized 'rival" ever- year. The primi
tive burgs of old Missouri will find it difil
cult to iccoguiza the growth of tho groat
western metropolis, but then it affords the
opportunity to cultivate a spirit of charity
the best of Christian virtues.
Messrs. G. A Blinn & Co., manufacturers
of fruit extracts, perfumes, machine oils, etc.,
have rented a room on Main street, and will
move their plant to this city and have it hi
operation by the middle of next month. They
manufacture from the raw material, employ
twelve or fifteen in their establishment, have
now traveling for tho houso three, men, and
will push their business to the front as fast as
money and energy can push it. They have
been in Newton two years and done a good
business, but will, of course, do a much larger
business being located at a wholesale point,
where they can meet buyers.
Mosler, Bowen & Co., the great safe and
safo lock manufacturing company, of New
York, havo opened a branch office in
Wicliita with J. F. Gillen in charge. Counties
or banks desii iug vaults, safes and locks of
this celebrated make can address Mosler,
Bowen & Co.'s Safo company. Wichita, Kan
sas, with perfect confidence that they will re
ceive entire satisfaction. The Mosler Safe
and Lock company are tho solo patentees and
excmsivo manufacturers of the round cor
nered safe, constructed with one continuous
plate and filled from the bottom.
TITK XEClv-TIK SOCIAL.
Tiio neck-tie social tit Miss Braudom's yes
terday evening was well attended. The lawn
was artistically decorated with Japanese
lanterns, giving it a very inviting appear
ance. Tho fittt exorcise was that of selling ties:
tho eagerness with which the gentlemen
searched for the lady wearing tho tie cor
responding to his was remarkable.
About S:30 Miss Braudom announced the
beginning of tho program. Several beauti
ful recitations were oratorictilly delivered bv
thelittle ladies. The charade 'wardrobe"'
was side-splitting in the extreme; ih actors
were all highly complimented. Mr. Leah's
instantaneous love-making in the first act
was truly apiialling. yet it seemed quite
natural for Harry. In the third act, the
tenderness with which he carosied "the baby"
showed a knowKige of that art, al-o. Mr.
Keonan's impromptus wero Iwtter than the
original, which he had not the opportunity
After the program refreshments were
served by tho ladies. In this act each one
played an important port. While supper
was in progress tha K. of P. baud appeared
on tne scene and furnished some so(u)le-in-spiriug
About 10:30 tho crowd dispersed in regular
order with sweet good nights to the hostess.
Tho social was a grand success and all who
were there can testify that Miss- Lillian
knows how to entertain her guests.
Mr. L. E. Williams, the gentleman lately
from Louisville, Kentucky, and who has be
come interested in this city, having heard so
much about other Kansas towns, returned
yesterday from an extended tour of the state.
He says he found many very fine towns which
were growing and flourishing in an encour
aging way, but thai he was compelled to the
conclusion that th&e is but one Wichita
ono coming great eitj. Correct
To the Editor or tne Eagle.
JIf Prof. Mickey was formally elected by
an undoubtedly legally qualified and regular
ly constituted board the question is can tho
present board, in view of its questionable
validity, oust him? Or turn about and ad
mit that the pres-ent board had tho power to
reject him, in what authority did they take
on hundred and twenty-five dollars of the
people's money and give it to Prof. Mickoy?
We cannot answer tli9 question, dear
morui. In fact, that school board has been
mixed for weeks far beyond our comprehen
sion. We are not acquainted with Prof.
Mickey, and don't know to what position he
holds. Ed. Eagle.
In his search for the fleeting items the
scribe can generally hope to find one at least
wondering around tin police court or buried
in the books that go to make up the library of
tho judge. Yesterday, however, when his
note book gavo hint of no suicide, fight, deep
scheme nor highway robbery it appeared fato
was against him, when after climbing the
stairs to the ciiy office the genial judge smil
ing (aid, "nothing today." But the disap
pointment was not long, for Shaw, the vic
tim of that 500 highway robbery Wednes
day night, furnished one, in which he, this
time, figures as the handler of tho fire arms.
Ho had gone into the restaurant of
which he was formerly proprietor and
called for a sandwich, after eating it the
colored boy in attendance asked for his pay.
This so completely offended him thathodrew
his revolver and placed it in the boy's face,
cussed and cwore atjsuch elfrontry. Just
about that time, TomMcNnmara came along,
and as ho did not approve of such exhibition
of property arrested the exhibitor and
marched him to the city prison. After his
honor had heard the case, he fined Shaw $10
and costs for carrying concealed weapons
and 15 and costs for drawing them, ne
was on the street late last night looking for
money to pay the fine but had not succeeded
in his search at last account.
JU3IUO It AX.
A gentleman in this city who has just ar
rived from a visit to Saratoga brings back an
item with him. If the affair was near as side
splitting and amusing as represented ono may
well consider that town supplied with mate
l ial to augh at for (-oino days.
It seems that the proprietor of a hotel
there named Bonner who is noted for being
very small, only weighing 20'J pounds before
dinner, got into a row with a sun-dried lad
w ho at his Lest tipped the beam at one hun
dred. The latter had been standing besido
the former's beer kegs all day and had blowed
iu his money, amounting to several dol
lars. Late in tiie evening he was very
thirsty and asked for a glass, stating he had
no money. He was summarily booted out
the Lack door of the joint department with
instructions that ho was not needed longer in
that establishment. The big man had waked
up the wrong passenger. The little fellow
made at him v. ith a knife and shoved him
down the back alley at a good speed. Soon
the two were upon the street, but the chase
was not discontinued. The litfclo fellowand
knife followed him for several hundred yards
through tho town. Finally tho retreating
party succeeded in getting into a room and
locked the door. In a fow hours after he
sallied forth with several six-shooters and a
few shot-guns in hnnt of his pursuer, but ho
was not to be found.
Last Thursday Miss Nellie Huls, a laun
dress, made a complaint to a prominent law
yer in the city that Miss Sarah Hart, a guest
at the Douglas Avenue house, owed her a bill
of $0 and refused positively to pay it. The
attorney in somo manner camo to tho con
clusion that he had best serve an attachment
on Miss Hart's effects or he would stand a
good chance to get left in his little suit. Ho
prepared the papers and placed them in tho
hands of Doe Worrell to be served. He
hustled off to tho scat of war and he found
it the seat of war, sure enough. He was met
by the clerk and his posse, who disputed the
right of the officer to enter the establish
ment. Ho produced argument as long as
anything of that sort was likely to meet the
wants of the occasion, but finding it impos
sible to effect an entrance iu that way ho
resorted to a sort of tactics that jiroved more
successful. For some time the struggle"; was 1
doubtful, tt.s the little pugilist was sur
rounded with lads sticking in theold-fashioned
licks, which, though inferior in quality was
thought of somo cousequenco on accounnt
of the abundance. Science at last prevailed,
and showed as evidence several beautiful
black eyes and highly-painted cheeks.
Having cleaned out the mob at the foot of
the stairs ha started for a room
in the third story. in which
was deposited a trunk that he was very anx
ious to obtain. On reaching the second story
he found another detachment of the cnemv
wel! fixed to give him a warm reception.
Well, thoy did so, and were accorded another
in return. This hand to hand battlo ended
iu favor of the officer and his opposers beat
a hasty retreat.
TT. l.o .v, l,.j 4- -I.,. J r i
he wished to enter. He there found some
parties on the inside who gave some broad
hints that he had best suspend operations and
abandon the campaign in toto. He was not
of that opinion exactly, and placetl himself
against tho door in such a way as to find him
self in the room with a party who proved to
be not exactly his friends on that occasion.
Iu n few minutes they were led to allow Doc
his way in the matter, and he seized the trunk,
starting on his retreat. He met with some
opposition on his return, but suffice it to say
ho got out of the concern with the plunder.
Tho Thomas-Houston light will bo furnish
ed to anyone deairing it for 55 per month.
Send orucrs br mail or call on general man
ager, p. BacePw 150-tf
Feeding Steers for Sale.
Two hundred head of 3-year-old grade
short-horn steers, good style and colors;
will wens h eleven mmtlred or mors. Address
Geo. E. Rhodas, Anthony. Kan. d7Sw22tf
Socrt talked until ha was voted a bore,
but our talk is heard wish huxsas. especially
whan i concerns $5 cassimera trousers that
wo soil for 2.50.
d$3-tf Famous, S. Goloseet & Co.
Look out for our prica list on iocories.
Sreinhausor-Merkle Supply company.
Telephone your orders
hack or liverv.
Tim EYE, EAR AND TIIKOAT.
Ir. Breex, OemllM and Aariac
""-",-" "";f "1,a 'iihi.mw uh -week to amir of
e je, oar or uiroai wui Had ma at 110 Vcmgm $2.50. S.
atcuuu. uiawa mum i saort none, ant-im t
THE INF1RKABY" JLND SLTHGICAL 1X5TI
Remarkable Operations and Cares Performed.
Towasda, Aug. 20, ISSo.
To the Editor of tho Ecrald.
From a desire to benefit the sick and who
mriV chanCO to TPMi tlio nnrwrw1vl tttbmont
j I am induced to ask you tho favor of the in-
sertion of tho same in your valuable little
It is not, I behove, generally known that
our neighboring city of Wichita affords to
thoaj afflicted with, any of the Tarious dis
eases of the eye, ear or any of tho cases re
quiring surgical skill, an opportunity for
inedical treatment equal to any in tha Unitod
This, however, is true. The Eye, Ear and
Surgical Institute, No. 232 North Main street,
Wichita, of which Drs. E. Y. Hunsell, L. S.
Munselland Dr. Crabtreo are proprietor
being the place; the first-named being tho
chief surgeon, and of which I Lave no hes
itation in saying a better cannot be found
west of the Alieghenics. This assertion is
made in all confidence, being based upon per
sonal observation and knowledge "of cases
treated, having spent considerable time at
the Institute during the present summer with
my wife, who is under treatment for the cure
of glaucoma, a very dangerous affection of
tho eye, it bein necessary to rerform an ex-
I ceedingly difficult operation one requiring
ootn Knowledge ana skin on the left eye,
and which, I am happy to say, was
attended with complete "success," there
now being every prospect of a final cure of
the disease for which we both feel very grates
fui, since we realized the certainty of her
going totally blind, had she not b"yn skill
fully treated. For my part, I can conceive
of no greater calamity being visited ujxu a
human being than total blindnes" and
therefore deem it my duty to recommend to
any who may be in danger of losinc; their
eyesight, an application to Dr. E. Y. Munsell
for advice, and if not too late for. treatment.
I can assure them of a candid statement of
his opinion of their case, and further, that
no attempt will be madj to ran up a bill.
Another matter of importance to those
who may, from the nature of the case, re
quire treatment for a time under the doctor's
personal supervision, is the pleasant, home
like and comfortable character of the Insti
tute. The arrangements for board and lodg
ing of patients arj under the special care of
of Mrs" E. Y. Munsell, and aro perfect in
every detail. Charges are much less than in
like institutions farther east, and the kindest
of treatment is assured in every case.
For fear of occupying too much of your
space, I shall not give a detailed account
of the various cases I saw treated,
suffice it to say that among them
were cases of catarrh, polypus in the nose, ear
troubles, removal of tumors, straightening
cross eyes and removal of hopelessly dis
eased eyes, all of which were successful. I
could mention many other cases of chronic
diseases and deformities of every character
which I know of but did not see.
In conclusion I will say to any unfortun
ates requiring medical treatment, whatever
the nature of your troubles, do not give up
until you try Dr. Munsell. You are certain
of kind treatment and very reasonable
charges. Yours respectfully,
dS7-lt A. W. Steauxs.
Stone cutters and masons, stay away from
Winiield, Kan., until cdjustmsnt of strike.
dS7-Gt Pros. S. and M. Union.
Bomb No. 2 Tho Famous is selling fine
black worsted and cassimere trousers worth
SO for f 3.50. S. Goldstein & Co. dSG-tf
Don't fail to secure one pair of those fine
black worsted trousers it orth 0 that the
Famous sell for ?-3.50. S. Goldstein & Co.
The firm of Arp, Billman & Meyer have
this day dissolved partnership, heretofore ex
isting between them under the above linn
name, by mutual consent, Mr. H. L. Billman
retiring. The business of the firm will here
after be conducted at the old stand, at No.
107 East Douglas avenue, under the firm
name of Arp c Meyer. The new firm will
I pay all claims asrainst the old firm, and will
1 collect all bills due the same.
dSG-St Aitr & Meter.
Iljrtranlli: .Trcwod Urick.
The finest brick hi the country for fronts of
buildings aad residences. Also best qualities
common brick. Call at ths Wichita Coal
and Fuel Co., GiS East Douglas avenue. Tele
phone J0. d-70-tf
3Ioncy to Ian at Sight.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day in tho week. S. W.
Cooper, 137 Main street. d-SO-tf
"We have just received the best "odorless
1 excavator"' in the state, and aro now pre
pared to clean vaults, cess poois, etc., remove
dead animals, and everthing pertaining to
a first-class scavenger business. Parties need
ing their spring oik doii3 can drop a postal
to Burton i Foster, Box 171), City. Tele
phone No. 9. dGl-tf
Look out for our price list on groceries.
Steiuhauser-Merkle Supply company.
Iljdraolic I'rcss Ilriuk.
We havo tho agency for tho above named
press brick and can furnish them on shoi t no
tice to cny contractor or builder. The best
brick in the market for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hackor & Jackson, corner of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
address and wo will call for
J L. Sheldon, from Topeka, will tune for
al who order per postal card or lea e orders
a Thos. Shaw's music store, Main st. 23-tf
The Mammoth livery stables have added to
their already larze stock of livery an clezant
five glass landau. This carriage is espccially
adapted for ladies calling, shopping and plea
sure noing. it win not oe used as a street
hack. It is equipped with a hand mirror,
card case, and bell. It i in cverv way the
l finest carriage in the city.
leiennone orders jo. ti. ia!i. o 114
f South Main street.
dj-tf S. W. Ford, Prop'r.
Bargains in Real Estate.
A line agricultural and f tock farm, three sr.A one
lialf mil's from citT, nbout 1C5 acrei broke, one quar
ter ecUon fcacc-d for pature, plsnty of water ar.cl a
Ab2M low ii city Paely located aad ',n jrood
nehrhoil. Special terms to tlioj wishing to
Mo nburlmn property. For further particulars
so Chris T. i'arve, agent for Vm. UreLTenstein. r.t
city offlce. tllTS-tf
address and we will call for
Call on G. A.
cheap lots iu
46 1 pairs of cassimero trousers just receiv
ed worth 95 but will b sold for ?2.f0 at S.
Goldstein & Co.'s Famous. d83-tf
To keep up our reputation as leaders of
low price we aro selling ca-ssimero trousers
worth $5 for $2.50.
d;3-tf "Famous," S. Golusteix & Co.
LcaTe your address and we will call for
your orders. Steinhausr-Mcrkle Supply com
pany. Acre LoU.
Acre lots for pale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, the cheapest j
anct most aesirame resilience property in
Sedgwick countv. terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at Hatton & Rurgles. office over
Wichita Natianal bank, or Bayley, Bros. &
Co., 11(3 North Market street dSO-tf
Everv lailv and gent in IViciita to know
that "T. T. "Bolnies has the finest Derlin coach
and team in ths city, especially adapted for
ladies calling. It ii supplied vriih bell, speak
ing tnbe, card case, nana mirror, eta. in j
i fact everything that goes to make up a first-'
class carriage. isJepnone; u'lice .a lioJ
South Main street, residence WJ-i tsratn S ater
street. d-IOT-tf J. T. HoL'zs.
Prirato families -svho may havo rooms for
rent orvrho arc willing to board either
voung ccntiemen or iaiiie vnu piease leave
L at 213 East 3d st. or address box 4. J.
The weather is too warn to work to make
ile you help youraalf for on
S5 caaKmor trooaars for
Goldstxct a: Co., Famous.
Choice residence lota in Hinton's addition.
Large fruit and shade trees. Only three
blocks from Douglas avenue. One and a half
blocks from the Third ward school house.
For sale cheap, onerthird cash, balance on
time at S per cent, interest. Apply soon as
they will not bo long on the market P. V,
address and wo will call for
address and wo will call for
Dr. C. C. Furlcjr.
Contintues in the regular practice of medicine
Office in Furley building, opposite the Man
hattan! Residenoe, 1014 North. La-rrenco avenue.
Telephone No. lid d52-2m
Owing to the pretrscted illness of A. A
Hyde, he haa employed H. J. Harding to look
after the interests of Merriman Park. He
will be found at Mr. Hyde's desk in Hydes &
Humbie's stationery store. Parties i ho have
been waiting for the pa.sk month to select
their lots in this most delightful part of Col
lego Hill can now call on Mr. Harding.
bt. Louis anil San Francisco Kallway lec
Chair Car Scrricc Between "Wichita
and St. Louis.
Commencing Monday, August 23rd. the
Frisco line will run elegant new reelining
chair cars on their trains, ono and two, be
tween St. Louis and Halstead, daily without
No charge for seats in chair cars will bo
made for passengers holding tickets from
Wichita to Carthago for St Louis and be
yond, or vico versa.
Train No. 1 arrives at Wichita daily at
0:30 a. m. Train No. 2 leaves Fichita daily
at 9:20 p.m.
The Jriscolino offer this unsurpassed ser
vice in addition to the Pullman Palace cars
which will be ran daily on their trains,
three and four, No. 3 leaving St. Louis at
S:25 p. m., and arriving at Wichita 5:50 p.m.
No. 4 leaving Wichita t):25 a. m., arriving at
St. Louis next morning at G:45.
J). WisnART, G. P. A.
F- D. Russell, St. Louis, Mo.
G. W. A., Wichita. Sl-tf
Pupils desiring to enter Lewis Academy
will please call at 213 East 3d st. to enroll
their names, or address J. M. Naylor. box
400, Wichita. d83-Gt
Philadelphia, July 25, 1SS6
Wichita Eagle, Wichita, Kansas.
Gentlemen: Wo liavo seen one of your
Mortgago Loan Registers at the ofiico of" the
Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co.. this
cityf and shall bo obliged if you will send this
company one similar iu all respects at your
earliest convenience, and remain
d05-tf " Secretary.
Ben ?rankliu's discovery and Prof. Morse's
invention were both wonderful, and so are
the bargains v e aro giving in 5 cassimere
trousers for $2.50.
dS3-tf S. Golesti:::? & Co.'s Famous.
We are giving lower prices than anyone on
groceries of all kinds. Steiuhauser-Merkle
We are giving lower pi ices thau anyone on
groceries of all kind.-. Steinhauser-Merkle
Xotice to Caipeaters and Ualltlers.
100,009 nounds sash weights from 4 1-2 lbs.
to 10 lbs. at S1.75, at Globe Iron Works.
For cheap bnsino-- lots m .vnne& call on
G. A. Hatfield, Wichita, Kan.
Going, but never to b- forgotten, our S5
cassimere trousers JJ.50. Ono wee"c only.
Famous. S. Goldstkia' & Co.
US JUST iicceiYct!.
A HAXDSOMC LINX OV-
In Flouncing and all Overwidths,
ALSO A MCE LINE OK
Crinkle : Seersucker
We are not selling goods at
cost, however you will find our
prices as reasonable as anywhere
in the city.
CALL AND SEE US.
i32 MAIN STREET.
0. A. GATES,
Real Estate Agent,
-And dealer In-
CHOICE IMPROVED AND UNIMPOVED
And City Property of all kind
or sale I
Galea a north si&r- cf DomIis .rnna, m eosd Afia
tx ? Market .t, ter Fuller's Grwwr. 1!mI
deer ! tk Jrft, vptlahu
Druggist and Groeers
First Block west of Tremont House
ELTIES ON THE W
"WAIT FOE THEM.
-:-Dress Goods Direet from Paris-:-
-:-0pera Goods Direet fromBerlm-:-
Ladies Wraps Direet from Paris
American - -
In Dress Goods
We have searched the markets for
NEW -:-:- PATTEENS
Brussels Point Curtains, 8ilk
Curtains, and all the new
Novelties in Curtains.
C A R P E
iNew Effects That Are Very Ivohby.
ITo pains have heen spared by us in securing Latesg" St3'les in
NEW YORK STOEE,
It Wili Pay You Gentlemen to Call at
C. E. Lewis & Cos.,
No. IU) Main
And see this Jlegant
just the shoe for this hot weather.
We place on sale today ioo pairs of them in
Button, Lace and Congress at
Which is less than Man actirrersorices.
C. B. LEWIS & CO.,
1 1 0 Main Street.
ONE PRICE CASH ON DELIVERY BOOT and SHOfc HOUSE.
GOODS at COST
J TTo-Trinrr rlAnirlAfl fn -siHr ?rrm
sale or retail my entire stock of
New Dry G- oods, No tions, etc
Or -xill trade simo for City Property or good forming lands
will offer special inducamenta to aay person wishing to engage in
bnainees, with lease on the beat store in the city.
CTOSJsr C3-. AT.-rmT
Largest Line of
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Ever Offered bv
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