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'gfxc WLithxtzi gailu gagle : Saftirdas IJfXoimiue, (Bctahtx 23, 1886.
5t. M. MUKDOCICitllKO.. Proprietors.
KKAIi ESTATE TJ:.NSri;KS.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deeds yes
31 Matbcvtbou to A Iidv.ell, lot-s i2l, 'So,
Wabash avc, Ha then son's 2d add...
H Sehmeiter to C lloif, uud hf of tract
of land commencing at a stake being
tho sv cor of n bf of nw qr 21-27-1 e,
thence n 1- chains, e 10 chains, s 11
chain, n JO chains
TV A Sombart to T VorwartS, lots 40,
4S, 50, 52, Fitzgerald's add
J 2sT Baugherty to 31 1C Campbell, lots
50, 55, Church st
HNCorwintoC B Corn in to C K
Campbell, und hf interest in lots :?,
SO. 11, Orchard st, Hause's add
G T "Wells to a O "M Buckncr, 77 ft off
inside lot 1. Cannon nt, and 7 ft oil
HMdelofJ, St. Johnst, Hilton's 2d
J 11 Wall to A T Heller, lots 25, 2f, 27.
ol, Grant avenue, block 7. Allen &
A T Heller to S E Johnson, uiuhv 1-2
interest, lot GS and : ft. oil" s side, lot
(0, Baltimore avenue, lil Po?o
Junction town lots, "M E Draper. lots
"M, 15, 10, blk 4
31 It Slower to F Stern--, lots 55. 57, 59.
01, v, 05. 07. Racstoue ave
M R Moser to F Bait, lot I'.TVall street,
Mason's snbdiv WW
"XI K Moser to F Bait, lots 5, '!7, .'J'). 41.
5.", 4 j, 47, i'.i, .. ".. . Central avo
Waple Grace add
J Rich to F E Jarmentor,lots 2, 4. U. S
10, 12. Jcannette ave, Rich's add
T Vonuart to W A Sourlmrt, lot-. 2
and -1. l'attie ave. Hyde add
31 R Moser to S F En-en, blk 5, 31o-er
eve, JMoer Mib-livision
HC Boyle to J Huffman, loti 1, '!, 5
and 7, Boyle t, Boyle's add
E F Faret to J Young, beginning at
- irrrcorof lot IS Burn's avc, Ford's
second add. s 5.) fret, "00 ft. n 50 ft,
I Richmond to G W -Meyer, lots 11."
and 1 15. Richrner'.s foui th add
B Ivekcli to (J TV Sumption, lot 4i,
"Mead ave, Stancei .s add . . .
At the DomestiV Moving machine parlor,
129 Main street, Wichita, v. here will be ex
hibited the line.-.t lino of decorations, all
made on the machine. There will be expert
operators to explain and instruct in the art;
continuing one week, beginning October 25.
Every lady in soutlme-t Kansas i invited to
be present. Don't mi v lhi- as it i- once in a
The Dunham Con- ert company, of Chica
go, will give an entertainment at the Pres
byterian church on Mond.ry evening, Oct. 25,
ntthoclo-.e of v. hi. h they will organize a
musical convention Prof. Dunham is a pop
ular and well know n author and an expel i
enced musical dh error. All aro invited to
tho concert free of i barge dl!5-u"
I hereby withdraw my North Water street
propertv from the h'liwK ul" lbt real estate
agents. II. 3Iri:i.T.i:jt.
'Oct. 2.', I.sn;. di:r, j
Notice is hereby given that I hae with
drawn all my property from all real estate
agents, and" will beivifter make all sales
mysell. df:J5:it A. Smith.
Koike is hereby given that the to-partner-ship
existing between Henrv Sjlr.veitcr and
Charles Iioil known as the Vicluta Ice Co.,
is dissolvel, ITcnry Schtveiter retiring, Chas.
Hoff collecting all bills and accounts.
Wu-him, Kan.. Oct. 22, "li-Mi. l'"5- it
Now York Millinery, l5- North Main
j.treel. bason view a grand selection of the
lines!; tiimmcd hats and bonnets in the new
est styles. Ladies do not fail to make your
The r.'ew York Millinery, Kis. Noithldain
street, now offers a largo stock of ladies and
Misseo felt hats at lowest prices over named.
Come and secure bargains. d 155-2 1
Parisian millinery, 24" North Main street.
Latest "styles, bonnets and hats. Pi ice-; to
suit all. New goods weekly received,
Lois in Merriman Parkaie going like hot
griddle-. Thev arc for sale at Niedcrlan
dor'. ' i:r;-st
1iiiiCH lut ert-sloil in OHr.ilnUiif. l.tivil Tills.
"MiTs Emma Utiles, an artist Irom Chicago,
will soon organize a clas in painting. You
can see some of her w ork in the window at
the Fair store, 1 17 Main. Watch tho papers
for announcement of Miss Stiles" opening,
when she will exhibit her line paintings.
Mrs. M. Kleutz will sell her
until all are sold.
;ooils at cost
Yhrf regular weekly shoot that take- 'aiv
at the fair grounds in "West "Wichita, will lv
shot every Thm sday. Shooting commences
at 1 o'clock sharp. "These are becoming very
popular, a- it give- all who enjoy in field
sports a chance to enjov an afternoon's sport
at a small expense. The object of these
shoots is to promote wing shooting without
the merciless .slaughter of game birds, and
places every shooter on an equal footing.
iotyour pins cleaned out and take the
stieet cars that come direct to tho grounds,
and have tome sport. .). F. Stmtokd.
ror.V. Second Addition.
North Main street ear run to this addition
every twenty minutes. The land is high
with sufficient fall lor perfect diainage.
The water is excellent, and is reached at a
depth of 25 to '50 feet. The lots are 100 feet
v ide by "509 feet ""u depth, and arc the sie of
eight 25 feet by 150 leet lots, and are selling
for $500 each right along, or at the rate of
$02.50 for 25 feet fronts. Nearly forty acres
of this addition is already sold. I also have
a beautiful ten acre tract adjoining this ad
dition at a low price. Terms are as reason
able as the moil unreasonable man can ask
for. Don't pay from 615') to $250 for 25 feet
lots wlkn voucau get them near the business
part of the citv lor -02.50. Call on E. P.
Ford, count v clerk. dl'52-lOt
Hats from 25c to sd.OO worth twice the
amount. Hand-knit all-vtool hoods at Mrs.
A full line of cloak-, undcrw ear, corsets,
bustles, handkerchiefs, ostrich feathers, birds
wings, ribbons, tdvets, plushes: be sine and
Cct bargains at Mrs. Kleutz. l;l-St
The badness men should all leave their
orders for any kin 1 ot coal with Hacker &
Jackson, the largest coal dealers iu the south
west, who will keep the largest .toclc of coal
on band of any coal dealers in the city. TVe
are now storing numbers of cars of Canon
for bad weather tu winter when storms and
snow blockades will prevent transiortation,
as in previous winters. Look to your inter
est and leave your orders where the greatest
supply is kept." 1'51-tf
Notice The up-tow n ollice of the TVichita
Coalaud Fuel Co. is still the most convenient
place to order your coal. In going to and
Irom vour business stop in ami see our sam
ples. "No. 151 North Main street. Ciryor.
ders promptly filled. l"tf
lo You Want
. To iuvist in lots in Junction Town Co. "s
addition ou Douglas avenue, or in lots in the
old plat of TVest TVichita, or in Xeysers ad
dition, or in TVaco avenue yroperty close to
business, or in a 700 feet liver lrout on Sene
ca street TVest TVichita. or in one of the very
choicestlots in Brcokhn addition adjoining
JL R. Moser's ro-ideuce and the beautiful
residence of A. A. Hyde on tho ''hill", or in
one of the highest lots in Frisco 2d add, or in
from one to fifteen lots fronting on the Little
Arkausas river in Riverside addditiou, on
one of the prettiest drives to be found in the
United States, or in a o or 10 or 20, or 40. or
100, or a 400 acre tract of land, at poor men's
prices, just call ou E, P. Ford, county clerk.
TVe have a special bargain 100 acres of
fine land in east part of city for platting pur
poses -we will offer for a fevr days. Hardy
Solomon. "J27 Douglas ave. dl25-tf
Leave a list of your property if you wish it
sold quick. Hardy Solomon, 027 Douglas
Stolen from TVichita, Sunday morning,
September 5th, 1SS0, one light sorrel horse,
sixteen hands high, several barbed wire cuts
on breast, bald taced, a little thick vinded,
eight vears old, shod all round. One light
bayhbrse, eight years old, about sixteen
hands high, star in forehead, one white hind
foot, fistula mark, weighs about 1.109 pounds,
trots in harness and paces under saddle, shod
all round. 25 dollars each for return of
horses, crSlOO for horses and thief. Address
City Mar.shal. TVichita, Kansas. d90-tf
Take the Trlsco X.lue
For tho St. LouLs exposition. Double daily
troins rnn solid to St. Louis and the only line
that can offer this unsurpassed service.
Pullman sleeping cars on trains leaving union
depot every morning at 9:25, and elegant
new reclining chair cars on trains leaving
even evening at 9:20. For tickets, etc., call
at Frisco ticket oflice, 119 N. 3Iaiu street, or
at union depot. 105tf
I have 400 acres of laud on the Ft. Scott
Railroad near tho Garfield University which
I offer at a low figure. This laud is nicely
located for an addition to the citv. Also a
quarter section on the Frisco Railroad well
adapted for tho same purpose; Price very
low. For particulars call on
j:2 10 t, E. P. Ford, County Cleric.
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 lIatton& Ruggles, office over
TVichita Natianal bank, or Bayley, Bros. &
Co., 110 North Market street. dGO-tf
The traveling man's favorite medicine is
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. J. P. Allen and Aldrich & Brown.
The most convincing evidence of the great
value of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
fair trial . J. P. Allen and Aldrich & Brown.
If you would not have consumption, cure
your cough or cold while you can. Cham
berlaiu'.s Cough Remedy will do it
TVill sell milk at 4 cents per quait at the
milk depot "507 Ea-t Douglas avenue. dSS-tf
"What is J lie use.
Of paying out one half a good salary for
rent, vi'lien you can buy five acres in Ford's
third addition for sO'JO 00 one half cash, the
balance in one j'car at 0 per cent, interest.
The very best of land, and within a short
dktance.of the city. Hero is a chance for a
cheap home: and a good living. Call en
1552 10 t. E. P. Foiid, County Clerk.
.Money o Loan at Mtiht.
T f.-ni rlos.i n "on 1 o'tv loan at lowest rates
in three hours any day in tho "week. S. TV.
Uooper, !( Jiaiu street. u--u-ii
('.ill On! Call On!! C.ill On!.':
11. P. Ford, county clerk, at anv hour in
the day or night. Tho lowest prices and
easiest terms for the best bargains in real es
tate to be found in Sedgwick county, and ver
ily you shall not be disapointed . J'52-lOt
TVe will bo pleased to have strangers and
citizens visit our oflice. TVe have at all
times elegant teams to drive them to all
parts of the city, and if not wishing to buy,
it will give us pleasure to show them our
live, thriving and beautiful citv.
dl25-lf "27 Douglas Avo.
For the l.eueib of our patrons we have
opened nn uptown office at 151 North Main
st, in addition o our Douglas avenue. of lice.
All orders promptly filled. TVichita Coal
and Fuel Co. l'JO-tf
Business men may ca'l and leave their or
tiers with tho TVichita Coal and Fuel Co. at
151 North Main street, thus saving tho ne
cessity of ordering by telephone. 1'50-tf
I'oi traits in Oil.
Persons desiring portraits in oil, of them
selves or their children, painted fiom life
sittings, can .secure satisfactory work on
reasonable terms bv calling at the art studio
or Miss Nettie TVilliams at No. 1 15 North
Topeka avenue, in the Davidson & Throck
morton building, up-stairs. Any one who
has a distinct and life-like photo ot a deceased
friend or child which the- desire reproduced
in oil and life size, can have the work done
on satisfactory terms.
A limited number of pupils will be taken
under instruction. dl27tf
Notice to Uulldcrs.
All kinds of building stone constantly on
band. Call on the Augusta Stone company,
702 East Douglas avenue. dll4-tf
I lvave some acre lots that I would like to
trade lor inside lesideuce or business prop
erty. Call on J. E. Humphrey Jr., with
Lombard Mortgage Co. dllo-tf
Having sold my house I am compelled to
close out my business. I w ill sell all my
goods and fixtures very cheap.
The TVichita Eagle printing hou-e keeps
in stock a complete line of justice and legal
blanks and township blanlcs of all kinds.
TVe make a specialty of renting dwellings
and stores and collecting rents. Place your
collections and houes w ith us, we will give
them prompt attention. Ilaidv Solomon,
327 Douglas Avo. . . " dl25-tf
Anthracite coal, any size. Call ut TVichita
Coal and Fuel Co., 151 North Main street or
01S East Douglas avenue and leave your or
dersorring telephone 99. "l30-tf
All kinds hard and soft co.il. TVichita
Coal and Fuel Co., 151 North Main sti'ect,
or Ols East Douglas ave. Telephone 99.
Britiiugham, the finest operator west, is
with Rogers. K'-O-Ot
TVe have a large list of dwellings and
stores for rent. Hardv Solomon. 327 Doug
las Ave. j ; dl25-tf
Harper for Iljy.
Hay at Harper in car lots. Quality
guaranteed. Write for price.
dl20-2ni Rogers & Son, Hai -ier, Kan.
TVatch for it! The first symptom of true
croup is hoarseness, and if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is freely given at once and
the doses frequently repeated the dread dis
ca-o may be entirely prevented and all dan
ger and anxietv avoided. Sold bv Aldrich
."c Brown and .1 . P. Allen. " 120-tf
For sale. Some choice acre lots. Call on
J. E. Humphrey Jr., vwth Lombard "Mort
gage Co. " dllS-tf
Before buying your winter clothing give
the Queen City Clothing House a call, exam
ine their goods and get jirices. Comer Doug
las and Topeka aves. V, ichita. Kan. 109-t
Headache, bilious disorders and eonstipa-;
tion aro cured by St. Patrick's Pills. They ,
are the most pleasant and mat effectual phy-
sic inuM J. P. Allen and Aldrich & Brown
Dr. C. C. Purler.
Coutintucs in the regular practice of medicine
Office in Furley building, opposite the iTan
hattan. Residence. 1014 North Lawrence avenue.
Telephone No. 110. do2-od-2in
I make a specialty of sei!m: Douglas .ave.
anil UoUege Hill property. Briucf ia your
list if vou crUb to sell.
dliJo-tf 3"-T Dou-las ave.
lliiy No Tickets
This morning for tho St. Louis Exposition
untif you have first consulted tho agent of
the FriMo line, at 119 North Main street.
TVe have a large b'st of property in all
parts of tho city. Call and examine our list.
d!25-tf 327 Douglas ave.
Tor Sale. t
A good card cutter h first-class order. ,
TViil sell cheap. Enquire at this office. dbO-tf j
Cheap Excursion Kstci to the St. Lonis impost
ttonia Frisco I.luc.
The Frisco line now have on sale round-!
trip tickets to St. Louis at very low rates.
Please bear in mind that the Frisco is tho on
ly line from TVichita that runs double daily
trains solid to St. Louis without change of
cars of any kind. Pullman palace cars on
trains leaving Union depot at 9:25 every
morning, and elegant free reclining chair
cars on trains leaving hero at 9:20 every
evening. For further information call on
TV. D. Murdock, ticket agent, 119 North
Main street, and Union depot, or F. D. Rus
sell, general -western agent, 327 Douglas avc
TVe have forty acres of land on the top of
College Hill which is offered at a bargain.
Hardy Solomon, 327 Douglas Ave. dl!itf
The Frisco 1.1 ne
Are selling very low round-trip tickets to
St. Louis. This is the only line from TVich
ita that runs its trains solid into the Union
depot at St. Louis. For full particulars call
at the Frisco ticket office, 119 North Main
Druggists liquor statements can jQ pro
cured at this oltice at ?l per thousand, post;
age extra. d95-tf
A new hotel in this city, handsomely furn
ished, for sale, nardy Solomon, .''27 Douglas
Choice Wjtco Ai emie Proper!;. .
I have somo veiy choice pi operiy on this
street, which is one of the finest avenue? in
the citv, 115 feet cast front l mining back 225
feet tothe Little Arkansas river, opposite
Riverside park. A charming location for a
residence: has a three-room house, nearly
new. and is well set with fruit and shade
trees. Also, 350 feet it ess front on the cor
ner of Pino and TVaco with two three-room
houses. Prices verv reasonable and terms
easy. Call on E. P. Ford, c unty clerk.
lijtlraulic Press Hiick.
TVo havo the. agency for the above named
press brick and can furnish them on short no
tice to any contractor or builder. Tho best
brick iu the market for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jaclsou, comer of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 TVater
Cheap i:cursioiiltatcstoSt. Louis llxpo-ition.
Persons desiring to attend the St. Louis
Exposition should bear in mind that the Fort
Scott route is fifty miles shorter than an
other line, and that rates by this popular
people's route are always a low as the low
est. For full particulars call on E. A.
Smith, at city ticket office, 109, Main street.
u. i . iiECTon, uiv. rass. vgt
The l'ojal Museum of Anatomy.
Tho Royal Museum of Anatomy now on
exhibition at the. postoffice building has
the finest collection of anatomical models
tliat has ever been seen outside tho seclusions
of the Roval college of surgeons. Open daily
from S a. "in. to 10 p. m. for gentlemen; Fri
day from 1 to 0 exclusively for ladies. Ad
mission, 25c. 130-Of
For the benefit of our patrons we have two
offices, it hero the proprietors or one of the
other officers are always on hand to welcome
you. All orders promptly filled.
131-tf Hacker & Jackson.
Notice is hereby given that M. TitU worth's
property on North Fourth Ave., No. 239. is
withdrawn from the market. 132-Ct--
For anthracite coal, any si.e, call at Hack
er & Jackson's now office" 112 South Fourth
avenuo or J 17 North TVater street, .-cuth of
postollice, or telephone No. 10 South Fourth
avenue or No. 9 North TVater .street. dl31-tf
All kinds of soft coal, hard coal (Lehigh
and Pittstou), Canon City, Osage, Liberal,
Rich Hill and Pittsburg Coals, at No. 112
South Fourth avenue and 117 TVater street.
Telephone No. 10 or No. 9.
dl31-tf Hacker & JackoON.
GET THE BEST,
IS THE CHEAPEST
IN THE -END.
on Stylc, Fit and Weas,
WAKE Qc MEN'S SHOES
OUR STOCK OF
Men's Fine Boots and Shoes
Is now Complete from the
best manufacturers, and
they "will suit you in
Price, Style and Durability.
Do not forget to give us a
call, as we will guarantee
satisfaction. Tours Eesp.
120 E. Douglas Ave.
SPAll G oods Warranted . 3 -v3-tf
Will Uo all kliu! of carivntcr and joiner work on
Micrt node. Stair, bialr Raillnzs Sah Door,
Bllails Door an.! Window Fraiue. ainl Scrtviw.
jyShop, 12 Main stwt. Residence on I-iivrence
avenue cesr Centra!. Io3to2'c box SIT.
CASTVTXL, & BCCrCLEY
Haanfactorcrs of Galvaalrivl Iron
ivilric?. patterir.; and ftvilis.z done 1Ui neatse
anil 11? patch. ...
t2rfttuaatt3 anl dr!ss furaUfccxi oa tiort Edit
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS.
Jest corth of the OcticnuJ.
ARegular Avalaneheo Goods
Our House is Too Small xo
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks,
We Will Make Cuts, in Every Department
Until Stock is Reduced
OUR TAILOR-MADE SUITS
Are commanding "wide attention and being selected by
a large number of the best dressed gentlemen in tbe city,
because they are sold at 33 1-3 per cent less cost than
ordered suits from merchant tailors. In this department
we do not carry ordinary custom work, but PERFECT
FITTING- TAILOR-MADE SUITS. Workmanship, style
and material show n upon inspection. Always remember
S. GOLDSTEIN & CO., .
422 East Douglas Avenue.
E. T. BROWN
i V. 1IA11TIN. Attorney at Law.
El. -T- BZR-CXWXT & GO., !
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKERS.)
Dealers In choice Business ami ReaiJea-e Prooerty. rarmi. Kuiiehe-., aivl Aero IV perty. Kooms 2 ami 1 i
27 Ji. Douglas A e. !
WICHITA, .---- KANSAS.
1 i i !
100 dozen all wool scarlet un
der shirts at 33c good value at 65c.
75 dozen ladies' all wool scarlet
vests at 59c. Price elsewhere
125 bed comforts at 59c worth
5 cases Canton Flannel at 4c
worth 8 l-3c.
150 dozen men's all wool socks
12c worth 25c.
100 dozen ladies' all wool knit
hose 19c worth 35c.
The Laro-est Line in
We are having an Iimnense trade in our DRESS GOODS DEPABMM toch plea;-
give attention to and ask for prices. While in the rear part, oi our store give
our SHOE LINE a thorough examination and if in want of Shoes or Boots we are coni idon
'Havins: been wired by our Eastern Buyer to come on at once, our Mr. (John leaves thi
: morning for the Bast, where he intends purchasing many lines of goods at depressed price
LlOn Hmd Ik willfk Atafeil
Hold Our Immense Stocklof
WE PLACE ON SALE
MORNING, OCT. 18th
The Following Bargains to
500 dozen children's Jersey caps
at 2c cheap at 10c.
850 dozen plumes, all shades, at
24c. 39c, 54c, 73c and 98c, worth
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
ON THURSDAY, OCT. 21st,
We throw on our counter 250
dozen linen Huck and Damask
Towels, which are usually sold for
30c. 35c and 40c. All these goods
shall be placed together. Your
choice, 19a Towels on display
in the store during the week.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK OI
Ladies, Misses and Children.
the City .and at Prices
WALLENSTEIN & COHN.
For of all the attractions that have served to draw the thousands
to our store, attractions one hundred fold more
fascinating will be there today.
THE ENTERPRISE !
Will offer today and all this week.
Bargains Eclipsing Bargains.
Bargains that beat Bankrupts.
Bargains overshadowing fire and water fakes.
We do not quote prices, as our prices are always the lowest and
' our goods the best. Nor do we ask you to come at S or 10
o'clock sharp, but come any time of the clay and you
will find bai-gains and nothing but bargains all
over the store.
Are Selling Fast.
109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
that Make the Closest Shopper Purchacj
fail to visit the
We have the Best Stylos.
Just received, 500 dozen ladies'
embroidered hem-stitched col
ored bordered linen handker
chiefs, which we are marking at
.350 packages Hamburg ed
and insertings that havo bec"n
purchased at 50 cents on the dol
lar. We give you the benefit tnis
week of 75 packages allsllk plush
in all the latest colorings, nevnr
before offered for le3S than $l.7.f.
we offer this week at $l .03.
Wafch Our .Spare!