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V. SI. MriJPOCICA JJUO.. JijrIetorN.
Thfi following are the real estate transfers
recordatl in tho oTica of register of deeds yes
terday: H Schweitcr to C C Ackley lots 5, 27,
1?.), ;1, Fannie ave, Lincoln st add...$ JO0
WDormantoiC A Crawford lot 17, blk
ll,Ganlen Plains 1
J C Joues to Geo Hayford tract of land
as follows: bounded on the n by Oak
st, c by lot : Oak st, Jones' add, on r
by St L & & 1- traclr, s uy a nuo w
ft s and parallel to Oak st
J M RhoaJ-5 to "WLamb, lots -11, 43
Lulu ave, Hyd'.s add
C P Parsppis to G T Lynn, lots 1, '2, o,
4, .", , 7, y, Parson' add
D Barnes to G "VV Morrow, w hf of ne
or VA-S-1e
G Hayford to W B Jor.e-., r. hf blk 7,
Kevatono sub div of n w jr -i-37-le.
VT B'Jones to G UnJronl, lots 1 1, IS,
Oak st. .Tone's add
Garfield University to L Simpson, lots
55. 27. 57, t,'.). 1, Hire:n ave, Univer
sity Place add 3200
B il Condi tf to A A Atpey, lot o, bee
17, aud lot 11, sec 18, all in 27-1-e 400
H F Rhoads to W P Stern, lots 101, 10.J
S Lawrence ave, Lee's add SK)
Total $14,i:J5
New Kansas City I.lnc.
Commencing Sunday, August 22, the St.
Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita railroad, iu
connection with the Missouri Pacific railway,
will run daily a solid through passenger
train to Kansas City, consisting of baggage
car, coach, elegant t:ce reclining chair car
and a regular Pullman sleeper.
The new train will leave Anthony daily at
5:25 p. m.; Wichita, 8:00 p. m.: El Dorado,
9:20 p. in. ; Eureka, 11 :00 p. in. ; Yates Center,
12:20 a. m.; Leroy, 1:15 a. in., arriving at
Kansas City (5:15 a.m.
Leaves Kansas City, west-bound, at 0:20 p.
m.: Lcroy, 2::J0 a. in.; Eureka, 5:17 a. in.;
El Dorado, 0:57 a. in.; Wichita, 8:15 a.m.,
arriving at Anthony 1 1 :00 a. in.
St. Louis tickets will be good via Kansas
City on this train.
This new train leaves Kansas City after
tho arrival of all trains from mo east, west
and northwest, arriving at Wichita one hour
in advance of the A., T. ic S. F. train. Leav
ing Wichita for Kan-as City three hours
later than the A., T. & S. F. train, and ar
riving at Kansas City only fifteen minutes
later than that train, and in nleuty of time
to allow passengers to take breakfast and
make connections for all points west, north
west and east. Please note there is no change
of cars of any clas between points on St.
Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita road and
Kansas City.
Tho morning train will continue to run be
tween Anthonv and St. Louis via. Ft. Scott,
and will ha .e free reclining chair car between
St. Louis aud Anthony. For the accommo
dation of those who desire a hlceiwr pace- v. ill
b roserved in tho Tesxs and St. Louis s!eei
or, between jort Scott and St. Louis, for the
travel which may go via. Fort Scott.
C r Recto::,
d8S-0t Div. Pass. Agent.
Tor Sale,
cutter in first-cla-.s order.
Enouire at this cilice. ub'.-t
A good card
Will w?ll cheap.
Special Harsahw
In choi'o residence and business lots for
a few days.
Two 00-foot east fronts on Wa?o avenaj
between Pine and Oak streets, running back
to the Little Arkansas river, opposite Riv
erside Park.
Five :U)-foot west fronts on Waco avenue
corner of Pine.
One 50-foot cast front on Wichita street,
near the Wichita and Colorado depot. A
splendid location for a wholesale house.
Ouo 25-fool front on Water street, near
Douglas avenue, running back to railroad
switch. A numlwr one business location.
Fifty-foot front on Main street, just north
of Elm street. This is choice property.
Prices low; terms easy. Gallon
d8 fit E. P. Foud,
At OfllDo of Co. Clerk.
Bids for 85,000 square yards of plaslerin;
Specifications can Oo sen at
The Standard Accident Insurance Company
Of Detroit furnishes fifty-two weeks indem
nity for the same that other companies
charge for tweury-hix weeks indemnity. At
setsii:;0,2S2.4l. J. M. Kuapp, agent, Wich
ita, Kan. Oflice, 155 Main street, over Lon
don Tailors store. d'JO-'Jt-1'
See the ad of Woodworth & Stearns.
They aro displaying an immenso stock of
boots and shoes in their new room, 1(5 '.
Main street. They say they will '.nake prices
on shoes that will astonish every one. i)0-0t
Another invoice of our 2,500 pairs of sam
ple boots and shoes now on sale at the new
City Shoe store. AVo will make wholesale
prices on them in evcrv case. Woodworth
and Stearns. 150 North Main street. dl)0-0t
Tho Wichita Boat club will receive propo
sitions for a boat house site for tho next ten
days from parties interested along the Littlo
Arkansas river, the river front to be not loss
tlian one hundred feet.
A. G. Waldos, )
Geo. Git ay, I
A. W. Olivkh, V Committee.
O. C. Daisy, 1
For Few Days Only.
For sale at a great bargain, iftaken within
a few days, choice business lots iu tho boom
ing town of Norwich, located forty miles
southwest of Wichita It's second railroad
now grading through town and a third pros
pective in the near future. Terminus of the
A., T. &J3. F. road for tho winter. Thes3lots
in first hands no commissions.
F. W. Hawkes,
d-SJ-5t Manhattan Hotel, Wichita.
Dancing and Deportment.
Prof. A. Fischer, teacher of dancing, will
open up a school in dncing, at the G. A. R.
Usui on Uio corner oi lursiauu. iruier streets,
commencing for ladies and gentlemen on
Thursday, September 2nd; for ladies and
children same day, at 4 o'clock p. in. Oflice
at Shaw's music store on Main street Office
hour 4 o'clock in afternoon and S o'clock
in ovening. All latest dances will lo taught.
dSO-Ot Respt'y, Piiof. A. FisciiEit.
Tho Thomas-Houston light will bo furnish
ed to auyono desiring it for G per month.
Send orders by mail or call on general man
agar. P. Bauer. 150-tf
Freddie Suyrs for Sale.
Two hundred head of 3-year-old grade
short-born bteers, good stylo mid colors;
will weigh eleven hundred of moro. Address
Geo. 15. lthodos, Anthony, Kan. dTSwiX'tf
Stone cutters and masons, stay away from
Winiield, Kau.f until adjustment of strike.
L. Moonc
dST-Ct Pros. S. and M. Union.
Bomb No. 3 Tho Famous is selling fine
black worsted and cassimero trousers worth
Zti for fo.50. S. Goldstein & Co. dSG-tf
Don't fail to secui-c one pair of thoso fine
black worsted trou"5ers orth $0 that the
Famous sell for $15.50. S. Goldstein & Co.
Hydraulic Tressed Brick.
The finest brick in tho country for fronts of
building-f and rcsidonces. ALo best qualities
common brick. Call at tiie Wichita Coal
and Fuel Co., CIS E.vst Douglas avenue. Tele
phone 09. d-70-tf
Money to Tjoan at Sight.
I can clow a good city lain at lowest rates
in threo hours any day in tho week. S. W.
Cooper, 137 Main street. d-SO-tf
Look Here
We have just received tho best "odorless
excavator" in ths state, and are no" pre
pared to clean vaults, ces3 pools, etc t remove
dead animals, and everything pertaining to
a first-class scavenger business. Parties need
ing thoir spring work done can drop a postal
to Burton & Foster, Box 170, City. Tele
phono No. O dGl-tf
For cheat) business lots in Aiiness call on
O. A. Hatneld, Wichita, Kan.
Hatfield for
cheap lota ii
S. D. Jackson, of Cash City, came in yes
terday. G. C. Cary, of Augusta, va.: iu the ciiy
A. E. Sweet, of Cheuoy, was in tha city
Mrs. J. 21. Austou leaves for a visit to
Iowa today.
-J. F. Galbraith, of Kingman, was in the
city yesterday.
William Lemon, of Douglas, was among
yesterday's arrivals.
F. R. Rauford, of Winfield, was in tho
city a fowJiours yesterday.
C. Haython, of Bello Plaine. was in the
city a few hours yesterday.
Miss Grace Bidwell has returned from
her trip to the northern lakes.
R. D. Seaman, the West Wichita real
cstat&igent, has returned home.
R. R. Iludsou, of Anthony, is in the city
attending to some business matters.
Mrs. R. A. Love will leave in a few days
for a visit to her old homo in Illinois.
"William Lennox, of Douglas, was regis
tered yesterday at tho Trcmont.
Frank Hill, superintendent of the Wich
ita and Western, is in St. Louis on business
H. C. Tucker, S. L. Hamilton and Jamas
McCary represented Derby in the city yes
terday. Mr. Charles Lawrence and wife returned
last evening from a visit of two months to
Now York.
W. J. Decker, of tho Indian Territory,
licensed traveler for the A. T. & S. F. rail
road extensions, was in tho city yesterday on
Charley Snyder, the popular policeman,
will, with his wife, start in a few days for a
trip to tho Hot Springs of Arkansas, and to
his old homo in Peoria, 111.
For some timo tho question of a streetj car
line to College Hill from the central portion
of tho city has agitated tho minds of the
property owners in that section. A few days
agoa proposition was submitted by tho street
railway company to extend their line in that
direction. Thes3 interested in the matter
met at Mr. X F. Niederlander's oflice yester
day at o o'clock to consider tho offer. It was
finally decided to accept it. The cast
Douglas avenne line will bo extended to Clif
ford avenue, being a distance of one mile and
a quarter f i om tho present terminus. The
amount of money to bo donated by tho citi
zens i i $2,500. If that amount is paid in at
an early date tho cars aro to bo running by
the 15th of next November. Tho matter is
now .settled and College Hill is booked for a
street car line. This has removed (ho only
objection heretofore set up against that part
of tho city for residences. A prominent gen
tleman who has been visiting the city somo
days says that Collega Hill will in the future
bo tho homo for tho moguls of the metrop
olis. Mr. Theodora O. Vogel, a wealthy gentle
man of Fort Worth, Texas, is in tho city, his
first visit. Ho looked over tho city j'ester
da' in company with Col. W. E. Hutchinson
and Mr. John C. Hall, former acquaintances
of his in Texas. Mr. Vogel not only expressed
surprise at tho wonderful growth of Wichita,
but said that half had not been told him. Ho
will remain among us for soveral days, and,
of course, will eventually como and shaic
with us tho future greatness of our flourish
ing city.
Mr. Abley presented tho Eaglo boat crew
a few days sinco with' a cast eagle, measur
ing eight inches from tip to tip. It takes its
position on top of tho flag stair and tLc donor
has tho hearty thanks of the owners of the
boat for tho appropriate gift. The Eaglo
crew spends several hours each day clearing
the river of dangerous snags. The task is
rather a difficult one but a sufficient number
has been removed to allow tho boata to run
with littlo danger.
All thoso parties who expect to enter tho
public schools for tho first time, and those
who have not been regularly promoted, are
requested to call at tho city superintendent's
office in tho .high school building this week
for examination and cards of admission.
Tho street railway company contemplates
taking up the track on Central avenue be
tween Main street and Topeka avenue and
abandoning that section entirely.
Look out for our price list on groceries.
Steinhausor-Merkle Supply company.
Hydraulic Press llrick.
We have tho agency for tho above named
press brick and can furnish them on short no
tice to any contractor or builder. The best
brick in tha markot for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, corner of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 "Water
street. d35tf
Leave your address aud we will call for
your orders. Steinhauser-Merklo Supply
l'lano Tuning.
J L. Sheldon, from Topeka, will tunc for
al who order per postal card or leave orders
a Thos. Shaw's music store. Main st. 23-tf
Special Notice.
Tho Mammoth livery stables have added to
their already largo stock of livery an elegant
five glass landau. This carriage is especially
adapted for ladies calling, shopping and plea
sure riding. It will not bo used as a street
hack. It is equipped with a hand mirror,
card case, and bell. It is in every way the
finest carriage in the city.
Telephone orders No. 74. Stables Xo. 11 1
South Main street.
d5G-tf S. W. Fonl, PropV.
Look out for our price list on groceries.
Steinhnuser-Merklo Supply company.
Telephone your
hack or livery;
orders to
Freeman for
Dr. Uroen, Oculist and AurlM.
I have every facility that can bo had in our
largo cities and anyone with diseases of the
eye, ear or throat will find meat 110 Douglas
avenue. Glasses fitted at short notice. d72-lm
We are giving lower prices than anyone on
groceries of all kinds. Steinhauser-Merkle
supply company.
Xotice to Carpenters and Builders.
100,000 ponuds sash weights from 4 1-2
to 10 lbs. at $1.75, at Globo Iron Works
Everv lady and gent in Wichita to know
that J. T. Holmes lias tha finest Berlin coach
and team iu the city, especially adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied with bell, speak
ing tube, card cao, hand mirror, etc.. in
fact everything that goas to make up a first
class carriage. Telephone; Office No. 115
South Main ;treec; residence 503 South Water
street. d-107-tf J. T. Holmes.
Tho weather i5 too warm to work to make
sales, henco avo lot tou help yourself for one
week to a pair of $5 cassimere trousers for
2.50. S. GoLDSTtix & Co.'s, Famous.
Leave your address and we will call for
your orders. Steinhauser-Merklo Supply
Leave your address and we will call for
your orders. Steinhaasor-Merklo Supply
bt. IiOnis mad San Francisco Railway Free
Chair Car Service Between Wichita
and St. IxrnU.
Commencing Monday, August 23rd, tbo
Frisco line will run elegant new reclining
chair care on their trains, one 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 Carthage for St. Louis and be
yond, or vice versa.
Train No. 1 arrives at Wichita daily at
0:30 a m. Train No. 2 leaves Wichita daily
at 9:20 ip. m.
The Frisco lino offer this unsurpassed ser
vice in addition to tho Pullman Palaco cars
which will bo run daily on their trains,
threo and four, No. 3 leaving St. Louis at
8:25 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 C:45.
D. WlSHART, G. P. A.
F- D. Eusseix, St. Louis, Mo.
G. W. A., Wichita. 81-tf
Choico residence lots in Hinton's addition.
Large fruit aud hade trees. Only three
blocks from Douglas avenue. On3 and a half
blocks from the Third ward school house.
For tale cheap, one-third cash, balanco on
timo at S per cent, interest. Apply soon as
they will not bs long on tha market P. V
Healy. dSO-tf
Dr. C. C. Furley.
Contintucs in the regular practice- of medicine
and surgery.
Office in Furley building, opposite the Man
hattan. Residenoe, 1014 North Lawrence avenue.
Telephone No. 110. d52-2m
Owing to the protracted illness of A. A.
Hyde ho has employed H. J. Harding to look
after tho interests of Herriman Park. He
will be found at Mr. Hyde's desk in Hydes &
Humble's stationery store. Parties who have
been waiting for tho past month to select
their lots in this most delightful partofCol
leco Hill can now call on Mr. Harding.
Loan Keclstor.
Philadelphia, July 28, 1886.
Wichita Eagle, Wichita, Kansas.
Gentlemen: Wo have seen one of your
Mortgage Loan Registers at tho office of the
Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co., this
city, and shall be obliged if you will send this
company one similar in all respects at your
earliest convenience, and remain
Rcspoctfully yours,
Theodore FnoTniNonAM,
dG5-tP Secretary.
Wo are giving lower prices than anyone on
groceries of all kinds. Steinhauser-Merldo
Supply company.
Leave your address aad wo will call for
your orders. Steinhauser-Merklo Supply
Leave your address and wo will call for
your orders. Stcinhauser-Mcrkle Supply com
Acre Lots.
Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision
one and a half miles west of Arkansas river
bridge, near Garfield University, tho cheapest
and most desirable residence property in
Sedgwick county, terms easy. Enquire of
A. T. Owen, at liatton& Ruggles, oflice over
Wichita Natianal bank, or Bayley, Bros. &
Co., 110 North Market street d60-tf
"ConiP 1st a? livo with the children." Treebcl.
'p"pZ3 p"i
"Will Open a
Monday, Sep. 6, 1886.
On Second Street, between Lawrence and Topeka
avenues, conducted by MM Ilalsev, a Rttiduato of the
Chicago Kindergarten Normal. For terms apply to
Miss Halsey at school room or Mrs. Miller at W. C. T.
U. rooms. d9
Sells Brothers
Great -:- Eastern
ioo RenowneD ioo
In their Many and "Varied acts in
tne Arena, gives rignt to tne
title of the Best Circus
on the Earth.
The Zoological department em
bracing every rare, strange
and curious animal, fining
50 Elaborately Carved Gages. 50
Enables us to claim a mastodon
menagerie. Sensational fea
tures and startling surprises
shall be the chief points of
this Giant "Jove" of all
shows, around which all
other shows shall move
as satelites.
Will far outvie in splendor anything of the
kind ever presented to thu public
by an' other show
in the world.
20 Coin Chariots 20
1,090 men, women. ctsHdrea, horses and po
nle. Knipnn clad in arnsor, herds .f huge
ponderous El-Dhmnts. all gaily costumed and
sppvreled mch ng thronsh the public streets
to the m&rtlal tsnsio of many bras aad ttrinx
bands, fonUiiK in its entirety allTins pano
rama brlaht. bcaa'.iral and brilliant. l not
fall toeee thlviioa of golden gr-atness It
take place at 9:30 a. ,m, and remember it Is
free to vre;one, (rr toall, fre t rich aad
poor, old and joccg. Two performances
dailTat 1 and 7:X)d. si - Chan xcurs!oaoc
all lines of rail war. C90-21 wit
.And Sood
-:-Dress Goods Direet from Paris-:--:-0pera
Goods Direet fromBerlin-:-
Ladies Wraps Direet from Paris
--:--and Berlin.--:-
And Much the Largest Line of
Ameriean -:-- Novelties
In Dress Goods Ever Offered by
o This
We have searched the markets for
In Carpets and Curtains.
Brussels Point Curtains, Silk
Curtains, and all the new
Novelties in Curtains.
in Stylisn
New Effects That Are Very Nobby.
No pains nave been spared by us in securing Latest Styles in
Every Department.
The Boom
2 1-2, 5 and
They will open at a low price, and then go up
fast You cannot afford to lose tins
Por Information apply to tne principal real estate dealers or to
86-12t , KAGI3 BLOCK. WICHTti. KA.
to Arrive.
House -
Is Coming.
".' Gardens
10 Acre Lots.
ItWillPayYouGentlementoCa!! at
C. E. Lewis & Cos.,
No. 110 Main Street,
And see this Elegant
just the shoe for this hot weather.
We place on sale today ioo pairs of them in
Button, Lace
Only $2.50 Per Pair,
Which is less than Manufacturers prices.
110 Main Street.
Having decided to retire from business, I offar at coat whole
sale or retail my entire stock of
New Dry G oods, No tions, etc
Or will trade same for City Property or ffood farming lands
will offer special inducements to any parson wishing to ergaffe in
business, with lease on the best store in the city.
Only tlia txt companies reprontod. Low wlJuKtwl nnd p,i!d at tho olllco. Irompt uvl rarnftij
attention to all biLslntNj ontrusasl to ua. HUlu In unrounding country anil town fuxrptnl. &
Wichita City Roller
-l!anur.ictura the Following OMraUd nmn.1!-
IMPERIAL, Roller Patent; WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy; X, L C.
R., Fancy.
Thow brand have Wn on tho markrt cant, nnt, norta a.l iimttj fr tn jrtr. nnd thpy hAa Troa an
enviable reputation wheh-vrr introducod. To try theni . t. t-iy rltiUwm. Vr"arenlwoj In tlv mar lw
for whvit nt hlghust cash price.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
A., T. & S. P. E. E. LANDS.
Bargains in city and county property. Our insurance companies arc as
follows: etna, Liverpool, London, Globe, German-Arnencan, Insurance Com
pany of North America, Hartford, Phccnix, of Hartford, Home, of iNew York;
New York Underwriters.
Ex-Count Trftas'r.
Office, Dorsey Eullding,
Real Mate Agents and Insurance Writers.
The Best Com paries are represented by xxs. If yon want, an In
surance Policy -KTitten, or have Beal estate Tor sale, or wish to Pur
chase, call on vls.
Mikado shoe
and Congress
Mills and Elevator.
wcorj'on vno ira.
K. A. t)Qn?KY,
Kx-Cccctjr Cl'k.
Opposite Court House,
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