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LONDON -:- TAILORS ! !
M. i. vrunnrK' two.. imnritnrs.
1 155 North Main Street, WicMta.
ItEAr ESTATE TKANSFCHS.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deeds yes
terday: George TV Darlinjr to TV S Plum, lot o'2
on Fourth ave, EiikILJi's add 1000
Abe Smith to TV TV Tag, Jots 21, 2
25 and 27. blk 12 on Grant ave fli
Allen & Smith's add ?C0
Sherman Town Co to Dewitt C Harper
lots 11 and 12, blk S, in tova of An
HarvevD G race to Charles Roller, lot.
1112. l'J4, 190, 193, Hvde & Fcrrell'h
add....'........:.-. -.. 2500
Geo C Strong to Alexin S F Taylor blk
2, SchnitzlerV 2nd add -&
C Kiukai.l to Gardner TVork. lofe 1. 2,
y, 4, blk 2, Kiakaid'a 21 add :50C0
C Kinkaid to Gardner TVoik, lots 1, 2,
blk :J. and 1, 2, ;J, 1, blk fi, KiukoicTs
2d n.W W0
Goo TV TYalter to theRocklsland Town
Co, beg si ioil 6 1--' it w ot 40 rods
n of e cor of nc qr of 21-2S-le,thence
v 1 JO ft, thence s 125 ft, thence 140 ft
e, thence n 125 ft to place of be" .'5000
Geo W Walter to Hock Island Town
Co "beg 20 rods w of se cor of ne qr of
sw qr ot yi-27-le,t hence n -S2 rods 7 tt
thence -a- 105 It. thence s 40 rods,
thence c 0 i oJs to place of !. 24000
George TV Walter to the Eat Doug
las Ao Land Co, lots 1, :, Moley
ave. Smith's add 5000
George TV TValtor to East Douglas
Ato Land Co. begat :0 1-2 ft east
oifthe hf sec liue'of s w cor of n e qr
21-27-1 e: thence e" 25 ft, thence u 150
ft, w 25 ft. s 150 ft to place of beg. . . 1350
George TV TValter to East Douglas
Ave Lund Co, lot tfT, Douglas Ave,
English's add 0000
George V TValter to East Douglas Ave
Laiid Co. lot 51 Douglas ave, Ab
botts add :5'-
Geo TV TValter to Ea-t Douglas Ave.
Land Co, lots 5.), 01, Douglas ave,
Abbotts add 4000
George TV TValter to East Douglas Ave
Laud Co. lots :y, 41, Douglas ave,
Smith's add 4000
Geo TV TValter to East Douglas Ave
Land Co, lot 23, TVaco st llcimau's
Gtwigo V. TValtor to Ea--t Douglas
Avenue Land Co., beg 375 1-2 feet
east ou lit sec hue of sw cor of ne cor
qr of sec 21, twp 27: range 1 e, thence
e 25 ft, iciice n 150 ft, thence wet 2-
ft thence s 150 to place of beginning. 1100
George TV. TValter to East Douglas
Avenue Laud Co.. 105 ft oil' w end
lols 2 and 4, blk 4, English's 4th add. 2i0)
Rebecca A. TVilkiuson tn East Douglas
Avenue Laud Co., 10 1 ft oir w end of
lots (5 and 8 in blk .?. English's 4th
L. D. Skinner tn Last Douglas Avenue
Land C. lots b?, 8.) Douglas nteenue,
Hyde's add :;'co
Total . T S7741 5
Total for week $224,074
CKUHCH CHIMES. -
Friends mretiug and Sabbath school on
South Lawrence m Fnst waid school build
ing, up stair west room. Sabbath school at
9:15 urn. Religious services 11 a m. Rev.
Thomas TVootan and Warren Johnson, -will
bapieent to conduct the services. All are
Firt Baptist Usual sei'. ires at Hie church
today. Pleaching by Rev. J. C. Post.
Christian, coi uer of Second and Market
Mi eats Preaching at 1 1 a in and s p in, by
Elner TV. D. Hendi'.-; Sunday school at 'J::;0
a in, Prof. Pence superintendent. Children's
mission meeting at 4::5t p m; strangers in the
city welcome io all services.
Christian, corner of Lincoln and Law rence
streets Preaching at b p in by Elder TV. S.
Payne: Sunday school at: pin; prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening; young people's
meeting Friday evening.
German M. E. Sunday school in the moi u
ingat'.::0: in-caching at 10:45 and S. p m;
young peoples meeting on Tuesday evening
atS; prayer meeting on Thursday evening at
S. Allarecoidially invited to attend the
Presbvterian Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. ;
preaching and reception of members at 1 1 ;
Young People's meeting at 7; union services
atS. Rev. Harper is out of the cit The
address in the evening will be delivered by
Dr. C. Humble, superintendent of Sunday
school work for Kansas, Colorado aud Utah.
Come out and hear about the Mormons.
Oak Street Presbyterian Sunday school
at .' p. ni.; pleaching" by Rev: Mr. Gairisou
at 4 p. m.
Plvmonth Congregational Corner Second
and Lawrence, Rev. J. H. Parker, pastor.
Communion and reception of members in
the morning. A sermon to youug men in
Emporia Ave. M. E Cor. Morris street
and Emporia ave. Sunday school at 9:;0 a
m. Preaching by Rev. N. E. Harmon, the
pastor, at 10:150 a m and 7:150 p m. Class
meeting following tho morning sermon.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening.
All are cordially invited.
First M. E. Rev. A. II. Parker, of
Valley Center, will occupy the pulpit at 10:150
a. in., and S p. m. Bro. Parker is one of the
rising men or tho southw est Kansas confer
ence, sound, ardent, eloquent, a master work
man. The public is cordially invited to at
tend. Evangelical Luthern Serrices at opera
houc at 10::50 a. m. ; Sunday school at 0 a.m.
Services at Greenwich at 2:30 p. in.
Dodge Avenue- Psesbytcriau Sabbath
school ;5 p. m. ; preaching by tho pastor at
S p. m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday eve
ning. All are invited to tho services.
St. John's Episcopal church. Harvest
Home festival day Sunday school at 9:150,
morning prayer and sermon by the rector
on "Man's Copartnership with God," at 11 a
n, offertory 8 and 10, evening prayer and ser
mon by the rector on "Providence and Na
ture,"' at 8 p ro, offertory S and 10. The
sermons, the services and tee music w ill all
be appropriate to the Harvest home occasion.
Tho church is handsomely decorated, every
Congregational, Olivet Services held at
S02 South Topeka avenue, Sunday school at
D:o0. Prraching, communion and tho re
ception of members at 11 a in. Everybody
Congregational, Mayflower Services held
in North Lawrence school house. Sunday
scnooi ana preacmng at , ana 4 p ui.
Mr. and Mrs, TV. B. Mead have been ex
pecting thoir sou Albert homo ever3- day,
when they received a letter yesterday from
him, written at his office in Guymas, on the
19th, which states that in the first place thir
ty miles of the Souora branch of tho Santa
Fo was was washed out by a rain which was
simply a Hood, and that following this disas
ter tho auditor of tho road was taken down
with a fever, so that he was forced to jKNt-
pono his visit. Mr. and Mrs. Mead, and in
fact, the whole family are wofully disap-
Our old friend, A C. Brokavv, sends us
from Washington Territory a box of what
he says are Hungarian Prunes, but which
look like California plums, in size about as
large as duck eggs. He says that is the kind
of fruit raised iu that territory. The prunes
are a very delicious fruit. A. C. will please
accept our thanks. His fruit get away with
anything of tho kind we ever saw.
The Frisco lin will 6oll round trip excur-
hou ucKeis iroin icuua to uanviue, In
dianapolis and Plaintleld, Indiana, Septem
6th, 7th, 10th aud lUh, good to return until
September oOth. at the low rate of $21. and
to Richmond, Indiana, round trip tickets
rorfad, tickets on sale September 10th, 11th,
17th asd ISth, limited to September SO. 16S6.
TUi is rare opportunity for our people to
vWt their friends east at little expense. Pull
zft&n palac sleeping cars an trams leaving
h&reat9:25a. m., and free chair cars on
traias leaving hern at 9:20 p. m. daily. Tick
et Oince a iiv -u. uuuu at ouu ai union ae
H. G. LEE,
(Capitalist and Real Estate Eroker.)
Dr. E. E. Hamilton left last night for
G. A. Irvine of Derby, took in the city
-G. M. Magill of Euglewood, is legistered
at the Manhattan.
-D. S. McKay arrived in the city from
Ft. Scott yesterday.
-David A Fischer of Washington, D. C,
was among yesterday's arrivals.
O. H. Kroh, of Lawrence, was in the city
3'esterday the guest of the Tremont.
E. J. Day. of Frisco, Morton county,
came into tho city on business yesterday.
M. J. Loyd of Gaideii Pi.iius, was in the
city yesterday the gucat of A. TV. Davis.
-G. II. Baxter, ti a vcling passenger agent
of the C. B. & Q. rail: oad, is in iha citj'.
Abe Smith and wife, having taken their
summering off among the northern lakes, are
at home aguin.
Willie E. Clark, tlu sou ot policeman
Clark, arrived home yesterday tiom a visit
to his grand-lather in th. vv e-t.
H. TV. KcL-dle arrived home from the
east Friday night. He U accompanied by
his niece, Miss Merta Kendle of Ripley, Ohio.
A. TV. Sellards, of Stanton, uud A. G.
Sel'ards, of Greenup, Ky., arrived in tho
city last evening on a western prospecting
Miss Haloey, v. ho i- to conduct the kinder
garten, has an ived in this city and will com
mence the school on Wednesday instead of
Monday as previously announced.
Col. Sumner of Aikansas City, the pis
catorial expert, is in the cat-, ne is think
ing of delivering a series of lishy lectures for
the special benefit of Col. Woodcock.
Louis G. Jcnes has decided to sever his
connection with the Times and will attend
the high school in Wijlfita. He expects to
leave for that city tomon ow. Clearwater
Mrs. M. F. Brown leturned home Fiiday
from an extended visit to friends east. S'ie
went as far as Washington City, leturning
by the w ay of Chicago. The trip v.tu an en
TV. C. Green, of the film of Gieen &
Thomas, the popular young contractors, who
are at present engaged upon so many of our
line buildings, arrived homo Friday night
from a pleasant ti ip to Chicago and St.
Just received. A full line of zephyrs and
Saxony .varus; our yarns are first quality.
We aho keep second grade, as cheap as any
house in tho citv. A. Kn viiEH.
Lessons for ladies aud gentlemen Tuesday
evening, Sept. 7th. at Beacon hall. For la
dies and children, same afternoon at 4
o'clock. Scholars recoived at any time.
Office hours at Shaw S miuic store or at hall.
(194-1 1 A. Fisher.
The largest assortment of stamping pat
terns in Kansas at Mrs. A. Kramer's. In
delible stamping done on light coloied goods
iu three minutes time. (194-lt
3Iesr.-. Blackburn fc Van Dorn will open
on "Wednesday next. Sept. b, Tho Detroit Art
and Refreshment Parlors, 22.J East Douglas
avenue. An invitation is extended to the
ladies and gentlemen of this city to call and
inspect tho ork on exhibition T A visit to
our rooms will convince those interested of
tho merits of our work. All are welcome.
The K. P. baud of this city will give a grand
concert at our parlors iu the evening. Don't
miss this. (UH-3t
Mrs. A. Kramer has been receiving new
millinery goods during the past week. New
goods will be added to this stock almost
daily from this ou. This is theoldest,
tho largest and the cheapest millinery
house in the citv. Next door to postoflice.
recdlnjr Steers for Sale.
Two hundred head of 0-year-old grade
short-horn steers, good style and colors;
will weigh elev on hundred or more. Addres3
Coo. E. Rhodes, Anthony, Kan. dTSw22tf
Seo tho ad of "Woodworth & Stearns.
They aro displaying an immense stock of
boots and shoes in their new room, UJ5 X.
Mnin street. They say they ti ill make prices
on shoes that will astonish every one. 1KM"!
Notlco to Artists. 1
I have a largo stock of Artist's materials,
studies, placques, etc., which I am selling at
very low prices. Parties wanting in artist
materials will do well to call at
d-94-lt Mrs. A. KnAMEB.
Another invoice of our 2,500 pairs of sam
ple boots and shoes now on sale at the new
City Shoe store. We will mako wholesale
prices on them in every case. Woodworth
aud Stearns, 15G North Main street. d90-Gt
Hydraulic Pressed Brick.
The fiufet brick in the country for fronts of
buildings and residences. Also ho-t qualities
common brick. Call at tho Wichita Coal
and Fuel Co., 01S East Douglas avenue. Tele
phone IK). d-TO-tf
Money to Ixan at Sight.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day "in tho week. S. W.
Cooper, Vol Main street d-0-tf
We have just received the best "odorless
excavator'' m the state, and are now pre
pared to clean-vaults, cess pools. etc. remove
dead animals, aud everything pertaining to
a first-class scavenger business. Pnrties ueed
ingtheir spring work dono can droo a postal
to Burton & Foster, Box 17J, City. Tele
phone No. 9. dGl-tf
For cheap business lots in vnness call on
G. A. Hatfield, Wichita, Kan.
For novelties in children's clothing go to
the Manhattan Ciothmg Co., 320 Douglas
D. J. Delay, practical carriage painter, of
London, Canada, is now connected ith the
City carriage shop, taking the position for
merly occupied by J. A. Paulis, d9345t
Tickets to Sells Bro's. circus given away
to everybody buying 10.00 worth of goods
at the Golden Eagle one price clothiers. Cor.
Douglas and Lawrence ave. d93-2t
Only For One Week.
The Golden Eagle one price clothing house
will sell all wool red undershirts and drawers
at 45c each. They are displayed in their
window. Call and see them at the corner of
Douglas and Lawrence aves. d93-2t
And Sood to Arrive.
WAIT FOE TKEM.
-:-Dress Goods Direet from Paris-:-
-:-0pera Goods Direet fromBerlin-:-
Ladies Wraps Direet from Paris
And Much the Largest Line of
American --:-- Novelties
In Dress Goods Ever Offered by
o This House o
We have searched the markets for
NEW -:-:- PATTERN'S
In Carpets and Curtains.
Brussels- Point Curtains, Silk
Curtains, and all the new
Novelties in Curtains.
New Effects That Are Very Nobby.
No pains have been spared by us in securing Latest Styles in
NEW TOEK STORE,
KOHN & CO.,
A complete assortment of kilt suits for
children. Manhattan Clothing Co., J52G
Douglas ave. d93-Ct
"Winter under wear, neck wear aud hosiery
arriving daily, also immense line of gloves, at
Goldstandt Bro's & Co. 0l-4t.
If you have a house, store room or furn
ished room to rent, remember that Drukker
& Hoge make that their specialty, 131 Main.
Gold and Silver white shirts, fancy shirts,
also ilannel and Jersey shirts at Goldstandt
Bro's & Co. , 20i Douglas avenue. 91-4t
New Ilats, Fall Styles.
We have all the new and popular styles of
fall hats now open, and ask your inspection
of same. Making this an exclusive business,
wo have better facilities for handling hats
than any clothing store, and vhen you want
a nice fashionable hat come aud see us at 204
91-lt Goldstandt Bro's & Co.
THE EYE, EAK AT THKOAT.
Dr. llreen. Oculist and Aurist.
I have every facility that can be had in our
large cities and anyone with diseases of the
eye, ear or throat will find me at 110 Douglas
avenue. Glasses fitted at short notice d72-lm
Hydraulic Press 11 rick.
Wo havo the agency for tho above named
press brick and can furnish them on short no
tice to auv contractor or builder. The best
brick in the market for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, corner of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
J L. Sheldon, from Topeka, will tune for
al who order per postal card or leave orders
a Thos. Shaw s music store, Main st. 23-tf
Notice to Carpenters and Builders.
100,000 pounds sash weights from 4 1-2 lbs.
to 10 lbs. at &1.75, at Globe Iron Works.
Every ladv and gent in Wichita to know
that Tl. T. ilolmes lias the finest Berlin coach
and team in the city, especially adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied with bell, speak
ing tube, card ca.se, hand mirror, etc., in
fact everything that goes to make up a first
class carriage. Telephone; Ollice No. 113
South Main street: residence 30o South Water
street. d-lu7-tf J. T. Holmes.
Call on G. A. Hatfield for cheap lots in
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received up to the 10th
inst. for the erection and completion of a
two-story frame residence building for L. P.
Douglas, on lot 72. Waco avenue. Plans and
specifications can bo seen at the office of Rush
& Gile, architects, at 123 East Douglas ave
Grand.openiug of a new jewelry store in
Wichita, Saturday Sept. 4th, at 126 North
Main st, first door north of postoftice. All
the latest novelties at lowest prices. All
goods sold engraved free of charge. Fine
watch repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
guaranteed. ' R. Allex Hall.
Parents should see to it that their children
buy their school books at Ferrell's, 100 Main
street They give one of VanE vans' patent
book covers with each book. No other house
has them. 92-6t
Bids for So.000 squara yards of plastering.
Specifications can be saen at Aldrich &
Dancing and Deportment.
Prof. A. Fischer, teacher of dancing, will
open up a school in dancing, at the G. A. R.
bill on the corner of First and Water streets,
commencing for ladies and gentlemen on
Thursday. September 2nd; for ladies and
children same day, at 4 o'clock p. m. Office
at Shaw's music store on Main street Office
hoars 4 o'clock in afternoon and S o'clock
in evening. All latest dances will be taught
d!-6t Resptv, Prof. A. Fischer.
St. Louis and San Francisco Itailway Free
Chair Car Service Between Wichita
and St. Louis.
Commencing Monday, August 23rd, the
Frisco line will run elegant new reclining
chair cars on their trains, ono and two, be
tween St. Louis and Halstead, daily without
No charge for seats in chair cars will be
made for passengers holding tickets from
Wichita to Carthago for St. Louis and be
yond, or vice versa.
Train No. 1 arrives at Wichita daily at
6:I0 a. m. Train No. 2 leaves Wichita daily
at 9:20 p. m.
The i risco line offer this unsurpassed ser
vice in addition to the Pullman Palace cars
which will be run daily on their trains,
three and four, No. 3 leaving St. Louis at
8:25 p. m., and arriving at Wichita 3:30 p.m.
No. 4 leaving AVichita 9:23 a. m., arriving at
St. Louis next morning at 0:43.
D. Wishart, G. P. A.
F D. Russell, St. Louis, Mo.
G. W. A., Wichita. 81-tf
A good card cutter in first-class order.
Will sell cheap. Enquire at this office. db9-tf
In choice residence and business lots for
a few days.
Two GO-foot cast fronts on Waco avenue
between Pine and Oak streets, running back
to the Little ."Arkansas ri ver, opposite Riv
Five 30-foot west fronts no Waco avenue
corner of Pine.
One 50-foot east front on Wichita street,
near the Wichita and Colorado depot. A
splendid location for a wholesale house.
One 25-foot front on Water streetj near
Douglas avenue, running back to raihoad
switch. A number one business location.
Fifty-foot front on Main street, just north
of Elm street. This is choice property.
Prices low; terms easv. Call on
dS0t " E.P.Ford,
At Oflloe of Co. Clerk.
Tho Thomas-Houston light will be furnish
ed to anyone desiring it for $6 per month.
Send orders by mail or call on general man
ager. P. Bauer. 150-tf
Choice residenco lots in Hinton's addition.
Laree fruit and shade trees. Only three
blocks from Douglas avenue. One and a half
blocks from the lhird ward scnooi nouse.
For sale cheap, one-third cash, balance on
time at S per cent, interest. Apply soon as
thev will not be long on the market. P. V.
Dr. C. C. Farley.
Contintues in the regular practice of medicine
Office in Furley building, opposite the Man
hattan. Residenoe, 1014 North Lawrence avenue.
Telephone No. 116. d52-eod-2m
Owing to the protracted illness of A. A.
Hyde he has employed H. J. Harding to look
after the interests of Merriman Park. He
will be found at Mr. Hyde's desk in Hydes &
Humbles stationerv store. Parties who have
been waiting for the past month to select
their lots in this most delightful part of Col
lege Hill can now call on Mr. Harding.
Philadelphu, July 23, 1SS6.
Wichita Eagle. Wichita, Kansas.
Gentlemen: We have eeen one of your
Mortgage Loan Registers at the office of the
Philadelohia Mortgage and Trust Co., this
city, and shall be obliged if yon will send this
company one similar in all respects at your
earliest convenience, and remain
Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, the cheapest
and most desirable residence' property in
Sedgwick county, terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at Hatton Ruggles, office over
Wichita Natianal humTr or Bayley. Bros. &
Co., 116 North Market street d60-tf
Telephone your orders to Freeman for!
hack or livery. d70-tf I
FALL :. AND .". WINTER . 1886-7.
We take pleasure in announcing to the citizens
of Wichita and surroundings that we have pre
pared for their inspection the most elabo
rate, the finest and choicest selections of
aim . . nv . . uaui
In Preparing for the
Fall and Winter
The Grandest Display of the
Choicest Manufactures of fine
Foreign -:- Goods,
Knowing Full Well
That our Patrons will Appreciate
Our efforts in trying to give
them the same advantage
We Claim us an Undisputuble Fact that we are
Kings of Low Priqes,
Being Importers and Jobbers of Woolens.
And . Constantly .'. Receiving .'. Large .'. Invoices
Fresh and Bright Direet from the
We Shall Make You a Good Overcoat for
$20.00 $25,OOand Up
In Suitings We Have
2,500 :. DIFFERENT . STYLES,
And our huyer in Europe is send-
ing Novelties both in suitings
and Trouserings, by every steam
er for our American stores.
Pronounced Styles and Patterns
are taking in this country.
OUR -:- $25.00 -:- SUIT
Is eut by the same Artists and made by the
same Skilled Workmen and brought up to the same
Ideal and Elegance
In Fit and Style as the $75.00 Suit.
OPEN UNTIL 9 O'clock P. M.
Be Found in this
We Will Assure You
That at no time will you
"be seeking Goods and
Styles that you cannot find
with us and at prices
will not reduce
Bank Account Very Much.
Our Specialties in Overcoatings Including
Fancy Worsteds, Venetians, Crom
bres & Carr's Elysians, Oxford :ind
Cambridge Grays, London Velvet
Overcoating, Bellgraves, Pall-Malls,
Moscow Vicunas, Etc.
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In the Purchase of Their
As is Enjoyed in the
LARGER CITIES OFfTHiS
COUNTRY and EUROPE.
Our Low Prices.
Excellenca of Finish,
Perfection :-: of :-: Fit :-: and :: Style
Enables all who Desire,
To Dress Well
"We have all the leading styles.
Prices for a good business suit
! range from .$25,00 up. Remem-
!ber the price has nothing to do
with the fit.
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