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M. M. HUKDOCK IIKO., Proprietors.
BEAti ESTATE TKANSFUS.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the oflice of resistor of rfoeds yes
terday: -T W Ttn.vU to Howard M Davis, lot 5.
. hlk 7. Collesra Hill add WOO
rnins T Kmilli ui Alfred Threlkeld. lots
0. 11. blk Allen and Smith's add. . 330
Samuel Botts to VT II Yaivell, lots 45,
47. Waterman's add to Waterman's
Ij G IVooil to Elineda Johnson, lots 15,
17. 19. 21. Aiken's add to Clearwater 200
Leonard Field to Win B Baker, lots 1,
U. 5, 7, Field and Carmichael's subdi
vision of lot 5. Butler and Fisher's
addof out lots 930
L J Field to Theo D Craren, lots 21, 23,
25, 27, Field and Carnicheat's subdiv
of lot 5 Butler and Fishers add of
out lots 000
Robt C Cutler et al to Simon Letrecht
lot CO Baltimore are El Paso 1000
Lafayette Simpson to W 1$ J'endryx,
lots 53. 57. .V.. 01. University place
Moses Gluick to Berthold Bettlehiem,
lot 10 blk 8 Perrv's add 1000
Wm W Lvnch to J M Monroe, s hf lot
4blkS Kinkaids add 4C0
Jacob Endicott to Ella M Woif, lot 4
blk 4 town of Cheney 200
Finest liue of willow ware iu the city.
Children's rockers, swings, etc.
dl01-2t The Fair.
We take pleasure in announcing to our
numerous patrons and the public generally
tnat our dress making-department win ue re
opened the 20th of this month.
Ladies desiring to have good work done in
this departmep.tare advised to place their
orders as early as possible.
We are better prepared than ever to do
first-class work, and will guarantee to our
patrons satisfaction in every respect.
Our-dress goods stock will be complete in
the assortments of new and desirable fabrics.
All the latest novelties in silks and woolens,
velvets and plushes, varying from the com
monest grades up to fine and elegant goods
never shown in this market before.
Our stock of buttons and trimmings will
comprise all that can be desired.
No one can go away dissappointed who in
spects our superb assortment of all that
enters into the "make up"' of an elegant cos
tume. Marvels-of beaut in design and colors are
many of the fabrics in our new showing.
Call and see them at the Whito house of
100-3t Lxscs & Ross.
Parties wi-liiug to procure fresh Knoblauch
wurst call at '.Hi, Ea-t Douglas meat mar
ket. dlOl-Ct S. S. H,
Fine Eine of new baby carriages just re
ceived at The Fair. Come aud !-ee them.
Good goods and low price-. dl01-3t
Will sell milk al 4 cents per quart at the
milk depot 307 East Douglas avenue. d58-tf
Partieo contemplating attending the va
rious excursions" will do well to call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. 1 25 West Doug
las avenue, and provide themselves with a
substantial truuk, valise, satchel or hand
Doll cabs of all kinds, styles and prices.
Come and see. dl01-3t The Fair.
For your traveling equipments call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. 125 West Doug
las avenue, and you can procure anything
you need at very reasonable price. d!J9-lm
For fine frames aud moldings, mats aud
art goods, we can show you the best line iu
the city. Come and see us. No trouble to
show goods. dl01-2t The Fair.
Anyone wishing bargains should not fail
to call on Coine & Kiddcll. See ad in an
other column. d'.)S-!5l
In Norwich, the young railroad center-
cuoice business lots troni one hundred and
thirty dollars upwards. Terms, half down,
balance on time.
Two railroads already there, a third pro
jected. Great demand for buildings.
For particulars call upon, or write to
F. W. Hawkes.
d97-12t Norwich Hotel, Norwich.
Boys, if you want the bast velocipede ever
made, come and see us. Wo havo lots of
them, and cheap, at The Fair. dl01-5t
Kcduced Excursion Kates.
The St. Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita in
connection w ith the Missouri Pacific railway
will sell round trip excursion tickets as fol
lows: To Kansas City Sept, 13th to 18th, at $0.35
with 50 cents additional for admission ticket
to fair grounds. The Fort Scott train for
Kaucas City leaves Wichita S:00 p. m. Three
hours later thau the Sauta Fo train and ar
rives at Kansas City 0:15 a. m. Making the
run two hours and forty minutes quicker
than the Sauta Fe. Has au elegant through
free reclining chair car, also Pullman sleeper.
To Knights Templar triennial conclave at
St Louis September 18th to 20th at rates as
low as the lowest. Iu this connection it
should boj'ememberedthat the Wichita com
maudry Knights Templar have contracted to
go in a. body to St. Louis over the Fort
Scott and Missouri Pacific roads. Join the
procession aud go with the Knights.
lo bt. Louis lair, October 2nd to Sth, at
Indianapolis, Indiana, Sept. 0th, 7th, 10th
and 11th at $21.00.
To Quaker meeting at Richmond, Indiana,
September 10th, 11th, 17th and ISth $23.00.
lor tickets aud other information apply to
EASmith, commercial agent, 109 Main street,
or at depot oflice, First and Wichita streets.
C. P. Rector, D. F. & P. Agent, dW-tf
Ouepau bay marcs, 100 graded merino
sheep, 1 sulky, steering plow, 1 riding corn
cultivator; will sell or trade for city prop
erty. Inquiieat 1(13 North Lawrence ave,
or at my house throe miles east of the city.
J. C. Kinkead. d.)G-7t
Madame Sarteile from Kansas Cit3, has
located at No. US We-t Douglas avenue,
room 17. The Madame is a miud reader, re
vealing the past an I future. She invites all
to call aud see her. dlOO-Ot
Kansas CH J Inter-State Fair.
The Fort Scott road will sell round trip
tickets to Inter-Stato Fair at Kansas City,
September 13th to 18th, tickets good to re
turn until September 10th, at one fare for
round trip. Elegant reclining chair cars
free, and Pullman Sleeper, leaving Wichita
at 8 p. m. arriving at Kansas City 0:10 a. m.
without change of cars. Train returning
leaving Kansas City 1:20 p. in. arriving in
Wichita 8:15 a. m. Tickets on sale at 109
Main street aud depot at Second aud Wichi
ta streets. d9G-tf
Fort Scott Railroad.
On Sept 10th and 11th, the Fort Scott
railroad will sell round trip tickets to In
dianapolis at rate of $21.00. And on Sept
10th, 11th, 17th and ISth to Richmond, Ind.,
at if-V5.uu. iegnnt reclining cnair cars
through to Kansas City and St. Louis with
out change. Elegant rullman sleeper on
evening train to Kansas City. Choice of
lines from Kansas City and St. Louis and
close connections made with all trains
Tickets on sale and information regarding
routes and accommodations cheerfully given
at city ticket office, 109 Main street, and
depot ticket oflice, Second, and Wichita
Money to Loan at Sight.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day in the week. S. W.
Cooper, 137 Main street d-SO-tf
Proposals for Music.
Proposals will bo received by the Arkan
sas Valley Agricultural society from brass
bands to furnish music during four "days, of
our fair. Sept 21, 22, 23 and 24. Address
proposals to the undersigned up to 1 o'clock
p. m. Sept 11, 18S(
U. A. aUTCHELL,
Elmer Ingnls-vvenbto Wellington yester
True Richardson' BeliePiainoVouly mil
ler, was in the city yesterday.
Dr. G. W." Wire and P. J. Lacy, ol Wil
mington, O., are in the city on a prospecting
Robt. J.McKim, of the Tremont, left last
evening tor a visit to ins son m meaae
Lee Clark, representative of Patterson,
Thomas & Co., went with his family to take
in the Kansas City fair this week.
Miss Grace Bidwell returned yesterday
from Goddard, w here she had spent Satur
day and Sunday with her friend, Mrs. Harry
Mr. Jas. Brown who has baau rusticating
in the Rockies for the past few months, re
turned this evening looking much unproved
by his trio.
Rev. Noah Aiher, of Belle Plaine, was in
tho city yesterday and left with Rev. Har
mon last evening for Goddard to conduct a
Sunday school celebration at that place today
The j'oung people of the Baptist congrega
gation will hold a lawn social at Mr. E. J.
Fosters residence, G3S North Lawrence ave
nue this evening. All cordially invited.
Yesterday, as the superintendent of schools
in making Ins rounds, was crossing Douglas
ave bridge in his buggy, a horse hitched to
a spring wagon, without a driver, came
rushing up behind him. When the animal
reached him ho waived his hat and the horse
rushed past him and striking a farm wagon
became detached from tho vehicle and ran
out West Douglas.
I Articles of incorporation will be filed to
day by a company for the construction of
several lines of railway called the Kansas
Southwestern railway company. Th8 incor
porators for the first year are C C. Black of
Winfield, J. J. Burrus of Bell Plaine, L. D.
Skiner of Wichita, D. J. Thayer of Kingman,
T. S. Stuart of Sharidan, Iowa. The place
of business is Wichita, Kansas. Capital
stock $12,000,000. Number of miles proposed
to be built GOO.
Dr. Mathews informs us that a man by
the name of Edward Wiuton from Tennessee,
aud who was euroute for Wichita fell ou" the
cars at Topeka Saturday night, and although
ho did not see him personally a gentleman
who did gave him tho facts. Several cars
passed over the man horribly mangling him
to such an extent that he couldn't possibly
live. The man said he had relations living
in Wichita. It was thought that he fell be
tween the cars of a freight train twelve or
fifteen of which ran over him.
To the Editor of the Eagle.
Tho members of tho Hypatia are preparing
to give a grand concert consisting of the na
tional odes aud shining war songs, of both
federal and confederate armies. Two of the
bravest foes that ever met in the shock of
battle. The proceeds of this unique enter
tainment to be given to the Charleston suf
ferers, "that doomed city by the seaf ' And
wo who once listened with bated breath to
hear tho notes of victory mingle with the roll
of union guns, now stretch forth hands of
helping, and hearts of sympathy to our sister
city in the dread visitation that has fallen
upon her. A full program will soon appear.
M. E. Lease, Pres. Hypatia.
Judge Foster, of tho United States court,
houored us with a pleasant call yesterday af
ternoon in which tho fraction of an hour was
consumed in a pleasant entcrchange of opin
ions on railroads and other matters pertain
ing to our city's future. The judge is a very
observant man, few things escape his atten
tion. As for tho present term of court he
says he has little idea as yet of its duration.
There are many important as well as many
frivolous cases, besides several very grave
ones. While there are a host of witnesses in
the city, consisting of full-bood and half-
blood Indians, cowboys, colored man, soldiers
and military officers, all from the Indian
territory, still there will be many more wit
nesses who will have to bo sent for in tho
event of certain of the more serious cases be
ing brought to trial.
LADIES' BENEVOLENT HOME.
Annual meeting ou Wednesday at 3 o'clock
p. m. for tuo election of four directors whoso
term of oflice expires. A full attendance of
Tue Buffalo, .(N. Y.) Times, in speaking of
tho SchubertQuartetto says: "Tho quar
tette were nearly all encored, giving the ben
efit of a double program. Wo are sorry for
all lovers of music who did not have the
pleasure of hearing them. All hail to the
lasting success of the ShubertQartette.
AT THE Ol'EUA HOUSE.
Thojcntertainuient given by Pof. Granger.
last evening for tho benefit of tho K. of P.
band, increased in interest aud amusement
from the first, until the end, when he re
ceived almost au ovation. He successfully
produced tho Davenport i ope trick, slate
writing, spirit writing and other features
promised. But the moat heartily enjoyed
part of the performance w.is the fiuab, "the
mesmerism. our persons were
completely under the influence
fishing, duueiug, swimming, partly undress
ing, looking for bumblebees, washing clothes,
marching to music and other antics at the
order of tho profossor.
To-night the performance will be repeated
and there is no doubt but that the eminent
success of last evening will draw a large
Miss Burroughs wishes to announce to her
pupils that owing to tho opening of the city
schools she finds it necessary to rearrange
her art classes. Hereafter the children's
classes in both oil painting and drawing will
meet at her studio at tt o'clock Saturday
A good card cutter in first-lass order.
Will sell cheap. Euquire at this office. dS9-tf
Hydraulic Press Brick.
We have the agency for the above named
press brick and can furnish them on short no
tice to any 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
T 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 J. T. Holmes nas tie finest Berlin coach
and team in the city, especially adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied with bell, speak
ing tube, card case, hand mirror, etc, in
fact everything that goes to make up a first
class carriage. Telephone; Office No. 115
South Main street; residence 503 South Water
street. d-107-tf J. T. Holmes.
-f Grand Opening.
Grand opening of River View hotel, Sep
tember 14th; dinner served the 14th; dance
and supper on the evening of the 14, 1886;
Everybody cordially invited. dlOl-lt
Telephone your orders to Freeman for
hack or livery. d70-tf.
Choice residence lots 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, one-third cash, balance on
time at 8 per cent interest Apply soon as
they will not be long on the market. P. V
Baby carriages, baby carriages, yes, lots of
them. Don't cry for them any more, but
come and get them cheap at The Fair.
Dr. C. C. Farley.
Contintues in the regular practice of medicine I
Office in Furley building, opposite the 3Ian
hattan. Residenoe, 1014 North Lawrence avenue.
Telephone No. 116. d52-eod-2in
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 &
Humble's stationery 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.
I have returned from my trip to Minnesota,
and am ready to resume my business.
101-6t R. Matthews.
In choice residence and business lots for
a few days.
Two Go-foot east 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 f rout on Wichita street,
nedr 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 railroad
switch. A number one business location.
Fifty-foot front on Main street, just north
of Elm street. This is choice property.
Prices low- terms easy.
Also a No. 1 quarter section of land, im
proved, within 1 1-2 miles of Frisco heights;
price .$11,000, easy terms. Call on
dOS Ot E. P. Ford,
At Office of Co. Clerk.
All kinds of boys' w agons, carts, wood
axels, iron axels, wood beds -with iron wheels,
and the famous Gendron, all iron. The
The Frisco line will sell round trip excur
sion tickets from Wichita to Danville, In
dianapolis and Plainfield, Indiana, Septem
Gth, 7th, 10th and 11th, good to return until
September 30th, at the low rate of 21, and
to Richmond, Indiana, round trip tickets
for 2J, tickets on sale September 10th, 11th,
17th and ISth, limited to September 30, 1880.
This is a rare opportunity for our people to
visit their friends east at little expense. Pull
man palace sleeping cars an trams leaving
hero at 0:25 a. m., and free chair cars on
trains leaving here at 9:20 p. m. daily. Tick
et office at 110 N. Main st and at Union de
Lessons for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday
evening; for children Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock. Scholars will be received any
time at Beacon hall. Office hours at 10, 12
and 2 o'clock, at Shaw's music store.-
dl00-2t PBOf . tAFlSCHER.
Notice is hereby given that my wife has
left my bed and board without cause, there
fore all persons dealing with her are hereby
notified that I will not be responsible for any
contracts made by her. H. T. Sheiuian.
Grand opening of a new jewelry store in
Wichita, Saturday Sept. 4th, at 126 North
Main st, first door north of postofficc. All
tho latest novelties at lowest prices. All
goods sold engraved free of charge. Fine
watch repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
guaranteed. R. Allen Hall.
Hydraulic Pressed Brick.
The finest brick in the country for fronts of
buildings and residences. Also best qualities
common brick. Call at the Wichita Coal
and Fuel Co., 618 East Douglas avenue. Tele
phono 99. d-70-tf
Stolen from Wichita, Sunday morning,
September 5th, 18S0, one light sorrel horse,
sixteen hands high, several barbed wire cuts
on breast, bald faced, a little thick winded,
eight years old, shod all round. One light
bay horse, eight years old, about sixteen
hands high, star in forehead, one white hind
foot, fistula mark, weighs about 1,100 pounds,
trots in harness and paces under saddle, shod
all round. $25 dollars each for return of
horses, or $100 for horses and thief. Address
City Marshal, Wichita, Kansas. d96-tf
Feeding Steers for Sale.
Two hundred head of 3-year-old grade
short-horn steers, good stylo and colors;
will weigh eleven hundred or more. Address
Geo. E. Rhodes, Anthony, Kan. d78w22tf
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will bo received up to tho 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 be seen at tho office of Rush
& Gile, architects, at 125 East Douglas ave
Philadelphia, July 28, 1SS0.
Wichita Eagle, Wichita, Kansas.
Gentlemen: We have seen one of your
Mortgago Loan Registers at the office of the
Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co., this
city, and shall bo obliged if you will send this
company one similar in all respects at your
earliest convenience, and remain
dOS-tf x Secretary.
Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, the cheapest
aud most desirable residence property in
Seds-wick county, terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at llatton& Ruggles, office over
Wichita Natiaual bank, or Bavley, Bros. &
Co., 116 North Market street dGO-tf
Druggists' liquor statements can be pro
cured at this office at $1 per thousand, post
age extra. d95-tf
Notice Heal Estate.
Agents: My OJ.f acres, Tarleton's second
addition, and lots 40, 51, 53, 54, Ford's addi
tion, are taken out of the market
d 10!-3t F. W. Wibkixg.
St. Louis and Sji Francisco Railway Free
Chair Car Service Between Wichita
and St. Louis.
Commencing Monday, August 23rd the
Frisco lino will run elegant new reclining
chair cars on their trains, one and two, be
tween St Louis and Halstcad, daily without
No charge for seats in chair cars will be
made for passengers holding tickets from
Wichita to Carthage for St Louis and be
yond, or vice versa.
Train No. 1 arrives at Wichita daily at
6:30 a. m. Train No. 2 leaves Wichita daily
at 9:20 p. m.
The Frisco 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
S:25 p. m., and arriving at Wichita 5-50 p.m.
No. 4 leaving Wichita 9:25 a. m., arriving at
St Louis next morning at 6:45.
D. Wishart, G. P. A.
F- D. Russell, St Louis, Mo.
G. W. A., Wichita. Sl-tf
The Eye, Ear and Throat.
Dr. BREEN-Ocuiist and Aurist
I hare ere faJUrr
that can be had In our.
J&rge cities and any
-ums mm (weaves c
the eye. ear or throai
wiu find me at 110
Glasses Fitted at Short I.'oUcc.
14 nd Soop
WAIT FOE THEM.
-:-Dress Goods JDireet from Paris-:-
-:-0pera Goods Direet fromBerliii-:-
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 -;-:- PATTEENS
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
ST9RE -BOSTON- ST0R
Ready for the Fall Trade
To prove that our buyers have spent their
time judiciously among the mills and
importing houses the past 60 days,
we offer the following bargains:
"We have secured 3 lots of
which has been retailed at $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.25, we place the en
tire shipment on sale, Choice for
Don't fail to see this extraordi
nary purchase whether you buy
Largestline of Plushes, Velvets
Velveteens, Astracans and Dress
Trimmings in every design at
prices that defy competition.
Thursday, Sep. 9,
We place on our counters 96
dozen Ladies Kid Gloves, rang
ing in price from $1, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.25, in Blacks, Tansj
and Operas, all sizes and styles,
Tour choico, that day only, 49cJ
Tnis sale has never been
In our next advertisement we will quote
prices that will astonish the closest buyer.
WALLENSTEIN & COHN,
Tireless and Restless Workers for Trade.
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Latest Styles in
KOHN & CO.,
On same day and date we offer
you 75 dozen Gents Colored Bor
ders, Hemstitched Linen Hand
kerchiefs, the cheapest has never
been offered for less than 50c,
we give you choice of selection
for 23 cents.
A f ull line of
always on hand at the Boston
Store, One Slate and ten Slate
pencils for 5c. A Scholar's Com
panion 3c. Tablets 4c upward.
Boots and Shoes.
Our new department which is
full and replete with all styles at j
prices in proportion to our other
Our blankets, Flannels, Ladies,
gents and childrens underwear,
Men's overshirts, shawls, hosiery
and cloaks are arriving daily.
For the nextTwo Weeks will place such a Low Figure on
That every Customer taking advantage of this Sale
"Will Speak of
t:-THE :-: ENTERPRISE-:-
For Many Days to Come,
I need all the
Fall Goods and Novelties for Fair Week,
Which I purchased while in New York and which are
arriving daily by the car load.
109 DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Of cases of New Clothing, Hats and
nishings every day in
bargains in odd suits and boys and children s
clothing. Come and see us.
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
N. B. Keceived twelve cases of Stylish Stiff Hats at $1 each
Regular price everywhere double that amount.
OHIO I WESTERN MORTGAGE Al TRUST CO.,
Farm Mortgages, No Delays-
Interest at J-owest Rates.
ACT AS TRUSTEES FOIt COIURATKNS. CO PARTNEIISUIM. ESTATES AND INDITII)AI.
DAVID ROBISON. JR., PncsiDEKT, Toledo, Ohio.
Government, Municipal and Comity Bonds Bought and Sold
CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
The Nicest Lots in the City are in
Eetween Park and Tenth Streets, west of "Washington Avenue
Prices Low and Terms Easy.
BUNNELL 61 MOREHOUSE,
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick
School house in connection. For further in
formation call at 6 1 1 S Market st.
.AVI I III
lil Nil mm IV 1 1 I'll "
. - . GOODS
room I can get for
the week. We have
JAMES J. ROBIiiO;.', SBr-iurTAJiy,
- MLJlLlSr ST3EET-
ROBISON BROS,, 127 MAIN ST-