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'gixc 'SStrcMta: gailij ulz : gaxsilaij 0vuxiig, goxreiixlucr 16, 18S6. 8 s Wtzs&zr 11. vi. MriMinrK.v i tun.. j-.ii'-. ItEAL ESTATK TKANSrKKS. The folio via are tas re il estate transfer? recorded iu tha o3i;j of thi Register of Deeds yesterday: V L Richardson to C P King, lots !, 11 l.'J, 15, "Williams' sub-div- S L "Williams to M L Richardson lots 0, 1 1, lo, 15, "William sud-div C Rogers to It 0 Camper, lots 10, 12, 14, 1(5, Rogers' sub-div. E P Ford to J Leis, lot 21, Orchard ht Keiser's add J H Boue to 21 E Tucker, lot, 7, blk 0, Cohvich 540 500 700 GOO 1SO0 J Purter to T A Denton, commencing at s e cor of Reerve e Dodge ave, Lawrence 2nd add, thence vr 125 ft s Soft, el25ft 1400 TV .Mavuik. to J 1$ Otto, undivided 1-2 int lot 4J5, -15, 47, !), 51, ."VJ, Laura ave, Ilvde's add 2100 G A McGre-v to G AV Grant, e 1-2 of &e 1-4 24, 25, 2G 2000 S P Grant to G A McGrew, s e 1-1 2-1, 25. 2G 5C00 A I"!t-oh(1 to LF .ione, lot 5 blk 4 Cheney 127 O xli,..i uiuu m .) r Jiuler, lots 41, -Yi, blk 15 Junction Town Co add T J Sheppard to C A Colletr, 117 ft off vv end of lot 5S Mead ave Jones' aad. B G G reeii to fl W Lawrence, lots 2. 4, 5, S, 10, 12, Martinson avo Law rence's 4th add A S Witon to Mitchell & Clay, lots 1, 2. :5, blk 21 Chenov IwM Grainger to W G Shaaibaugh, lot "L"' Rock LJan.1 ave Rouk Is land 2nd add "W-S Morris to F .Stern-:, lots 1, :',, 5, 7, Emp -na ave E.igle add "W D McCormicfc lo C J ItaoJes, lots 3!, 41, 43, 45, 47, Hydraulic ave Mc- Comuok's add 000 759 1G0 250 1 2000 GC0 Martin "Wollmau has returuei fro:i a bus iness trip to Kansas City. All the members of the liie department aie requested to meet at the hall of Hose Co. !No. 2, on South Topeka thi evening. Dr. James E. Finlay. of Jefferson county Ohio, uncle of J. K. Finla', of Emporia, the tv.o were in the city yesterday euroute to the State line. II. C. Hartley, geneial claim agent of the St. Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita railroad, and family, left last evening on a viijX to friends in Kansas City, Lawrence and Tonc ka. Our friend, Dan Jones, 1 oir for Schuyl kill, Pa., his old home, for a six week' visit and a Thanksgiving. He hasiTt been back for 1!) ears and the trip will be a great treat no doubt. Mr. A. Caldwell, with his family have ar rived in the city from Io a and taken i csi denco at the corner of Main and Eighteenth street. Mr. C. is uncle to our fellow-citizen J. D. CaldivelL D. J. Kellar an 1 family, of Leavenworth, have arrived in our city to take up their permanent lesidenco and the E.vci.n wel comes them. Their present abode is at 715 North Emporia avenue. Mr. A. C. Brockaw called yesterday morn ing and showed us a letter just receivou from L?e Hixou, which contained Ihe wel come intelligence that John M. Ste-Is wa-. elected by a handhomc majority over his leading competitor. Hi thousand and one friends here congratulate. Judge Campbell hr.s decided to build a residenco in the University addition on Men tor avenue. It will be a to story frame with ten rooms and mmio according to mod ern .architecture. The co t is estimated at $-1,500. Tt is probable that ork will begin in a few days and the building rushed to completion. oiii l'Dur. If you have an old roof that leaks call on Ira O.Miller. He w ill guarantee to .stop it or no pay. 155-lt Try our fine teas, t.o import them our selves, and only biry teas for drinking qual ities. Steiuhauser-Merkle supply Co. dl55tf Notice is hereby given that I withdraw from sale my property, corner First and To peka avenue, lots 1G and IS Mead's addition. d!55-lt E. P. Mc.wv. For cheap rates to Chicago, St. Loui5, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, etc., etc , call at Stem-, the ticket broker, 2J,5 East Dmu-las avenue. (1155-tf .'nekton A Shnnm. The real estate firm of Jackson & Simms will be pleased to have strangers and citizen call at their place of business Tliny have at all tunes elegant driving teams hitcla-d at their place of business, and whether they sell or not will be pleded to show our live, thriving and splendid city, and tluy wish to say to the public that they make a specialty of Imines lots on Maiu street ami Douglas avenue. In fact they have the finest list of properly an I lower prices than any firm in the city. GUI -e 121 N Maiust, Wich ita, Kas., up stairs oner Shaw's Music tore. dl51-12t Now York CWh-r. I have just received an invoice of strictlv pure York state cider. Chas. D. Fuller, " dl.VJ-Gt 202 S. Douglas ave. Look out for our new published price list. Prices lower thin ever. Steinhauser-Merkle Supply Co. dl.kJ-oC If you want to make money don't forget to call on S. Drukker & Co,, the live real estate brokers. They have some good bargain in Main street lots and propei ty on College lull. Lots in all parts of the city. Some good houes, etc., etc. Now is yqur time lo invest and don't 3-011 ferget it No. 151 "orth Main street. letweeii Doughis and First street. dl5,'.-tf Art l-ii-iMs. I am now prepared to give lessons of four hour. (for 50 cents, per le-oou) in oil and china painting, mcluding work in faces. d1-1 u a"ittie Williams, Room 10, Davidson and Throckmorton block. ,. Special Notice. 30x43 is the size of the comitv map of Kins man county. Business men suh-orilw. Address, Rf.yxoi.ds & Daulixg, dl47-tf Jviugnian. 1 have some acre lots that 1 would like to trade for inside residence or business prop erty. Call on J. E. Humphrey Jr.. with Lombard Mortgage Co. " dllo-tf Car load after car load of groceries still coming in. "We have lately received 5,000 bushels of Ohio potatoes and will start them at (55c per bushel. Good Rio coffee G lbs for $1.00. Grauulated sugar 15 lbs for -51.00. Dark brown sugar 20 lbs for $1.00. Tea, a liue drinker in 1 lb baskets, per lb 4oc. Pure N. O molasses 45c per gal. Sugar cured hams 12c per pound. Sugar cured breakfast bacou He per lb. Sugar curt-d shoulders JJi per lb. Maple syrup, gallon cans 75c each. Honey in comb 2)c er lb. Extracted honev Sc jcr Kuml. Three lb cans tomatoes 10e each. Three lb cans table peaches 15c each. Two pound cau com, extra line, 10 cents. One pound can salmon, Columbia river, 15c Jiew lmckwheat flour 4c lb. . California raisin-. 10c per lb. Cheese, 15c per lb. Lurd be per lb Choice country produce at vcrv lowest market prices. Wewishtue public generally to under stand that we are here to stay, and will meet all competition. "We are prepared with all facilities to take orders as oiteu as anv lir-n in the city. Orders solicited from all parts of the country. "We not only meet but teat comnotition. Steixhauser Mercantile Surri.v Co. 155-tf Try our fine teas, e infno'-t them our selves, and only buv tas for their drinking qaalities. Ste'mh-ius.'r-M.--.'-le Scpply Co. FIv Year. You can get a plumbago roofing cement roof, warranted to last five years, oy calling 01 Iia O. Miller. 255-It Toilet soaps at price never heard of before: 25 c ier dozen cakes. Steiuhauer-Merkle Supply Co. . d 155-tf The naer hanging and decorating in Ful ler & Sou's grocery store that attracts so much attention was done by Martin &. Schnack, 12l N'orth Market st., who haw jut received an elegant new stock of wall paper, pictures, mouldings and window shides. Thi-y are jnst completing a job of fresco work at Aldri'-h & Browu'o lrug store that speak tor itself. Thtsy are artist and ask your patronage. d-155-lt. Try our fine teas-, we import them our selves, ami only buy teas for their drinking qualities. Steiuhauser-Merkle Supply Co. Notice. I hereby withdraw all my prop2rty from real estate agents and the public m general. It. C "Willis, d-155-lt 334 North Topeka. Slop TliaTLcak. The plumbago roofing cement will do it warranted to do it or 110 pay-- 155.lt Chamberlain'-. Io anil Skin Ointment Is cooling and soothing, when applied to sensitive parts, it promptly relieves inila mation, hafing and sorene of skm, and all smarting anil itching dieaes. It has cured ihronic inflammation of the eyes, when every other treatment had faile-t Sold by Aldrich & Brown and J. P. Alien. 155-tf For the benefit oi our patrons we have opened an uptown office at 151 North Main .t, m addition to our Douglas avenue office All orders promptly filled, Wichita Coal aud Fuel Co 180-tf O.ir Native I.aiu; or, ('lini-c. at American Scunerj and I'lace. From D. Aii)letou & Co, N.mv Yoik, come thi supjrb volume of 015 pa 413, with 3-;i lllustialious of the ln;utM cliatacter, twing in all cases from sb t -lie taki 11 on the spot by their artit, and lepsvaeiituig a cot ot over $:J0,(H) to the punli-ii -r, ho under stand how to bring together intelligent and animated description of the more pictur esque aud sublime phase of scenery 111 our ountiy. A common lepmach addressed to intelligent Americans abioad is that "the-. kno.v so little ot their own country," then critics forgetting that the country 1 so vast in extent tint some oi its mou wonderful scenery is difficult of access. Foreigners come to America as tourists, on the other hand, with the cxpies- purpo.y of making themselves acquainted with the striking aspects of life and nature which it fumi-dies, travel with a distinct end in view, while the journey ot the American 111 hi own country are natur ally limited, for the most part, by the ex esreneie of busine. or the bound of a short summer tour lor himself and family. This iK-autifully and copiously illustrated volume affords the reader a vivid pijfme of all the straiiLjy and vaiied featuresof our land, liom the shores of Maine to Cali 01 111a, and ti 0111 tlin St. Lawrence to the Gult ot Mexno. So attempt has been made to follow an con secutive order in the narrative, so tha leader ma' fancy hiin-oll on the magical carpet, celebrated in the Arabian Night-;, whisking the traveler lrom place to place and from scene to seen" with tile swiftness and caprice of fancy itself. Mis. L. S. Carter, at 51G south Topeka avenue, general ugeuG for the state of Kansas, is now canvassing this cit lor the sale of the above described valuable work. We besp-ak for her a laige number of orders to be filled in seaou for holiday gifts. rtl51-t If you have lots to sell leave them with the restli' and sleep'""' and sell quick. J R. Snivel, 114 and 12-J Mam st. cll50-Gt Land to tiade for city property, city prop erty to trade lor laud. J. R. Suivoly, 11 f aud 122 Mainst. dl'50-Gt A Bargain Two acres in Parry's addition, on street car line, price $4,0.W. J. R. Sxively, dl50-0t 1 1 i and 122 .Main straet. One acre, Perry addition, neir street car liue, price 1,5'JJ. a choice bargain. J. It. SXIVELY. (1150 Gfc Ill and 122 Main street. If you want goo 1 lots or tra -t; of from one to five acres iu Perry's a Id ch -an, call on J. R. Snivel, oili -o 11 i and 122 Main street. A Bargain Two lots on South Topeka av enue. .$1,000. J. R. S.MVELY, dl50 Ot 114 aud 122 Main street. 'llie Frisco" Is the only line from Wichita that run double daily train solid to St. Louis with out change of cars of any kind, making di rect connection for all point east aud south east aud north and northeat Rates always a low a via. other lines. For pai ticulars, maps, time tables, etc., call oti.W- D. Mur dock, ticket agent, FrLco Hue", 11!) North .Main street and Union depot, or F. D. Hus scll, geneial western agent, 327 Douglas avenue. dl3G-tf Druus-lstK' M.ttiMitcnts. Druggist' liquor statements can be pro cured at this ollice at $1 per thousand. pot age extra. (105-tf Milk. "Will sell milk at 4 cents per quart at the milk depot 307 East Doughi avenue. d5s-tf For sale. Some choice acre lots. Call on J. E. Humphrey Jr., with Lombard Mort gage Co. d113-tf Before buying your winter clothing give the Queen City Clothing House a call, exam ine their goods anil get prices. Corner Doug las and Topeka aves, Wichita, Ivan. 100-tf Anthracite coal, any size. Call at Wichita Coal and Fuel Co., 151 North Main street or GIS East DOll'-llLs nvt'lllll .-mil lli'ivn :r- rxy tiers, or ring telephone W. "l30-tf All kinds hard and soft coal. Wichita Coal and Fuel Co., 151 North Main street, or 016 East Douglas ave. Telephone '.. Harper for Ilaj. Hay at Har-K-r iii car lot. Quality guaranteed. Writ' for price. dl20-2m Rogers & Sox. Hm-per, Kan. Art Studio. Emma Stile- has oeued her studio in room 13. No. 221 East Don 'his; jivhhiik nn) r?ll give instruction in oii and china painting. 11100 111- Look out for our new published price list Prices lower than ever. Steinhausor-Mei kle Supply Co. Car Michigan apple at J. M. Allen & Co. di53-Gt Look out for our new published price list. prices lower th:m ever. Stemh:uisor-.Murkle i ouppiy uo. Car Utah potatoes at J. M. Alien & Co. ul.&tit Look out for our new- published price lUt. supply Co. Mouev to Lan at Sljiht, I can cloo a good city loan at lowest rate in three hour any day m the week." S W Cooj)er, 137 Main -tr-t. d-0-tf Parisian millinery, -40 North Mam street. Latent style, bonnet aud hafcs Prict to suit all. New goods vveeklv received. d-KU-lmo " Leave ahtof your property if vou vMi it sold quick. Hardy Solomon, JtiT Dou-'la avenue. dliVtf AVe have a fine lann near the city that we offer at a great bargain. Hardv Solmoo.v, dl45-tf :t!7 Douglas Ave. - We have Mjme special Uirgams in 2 1-2 and 10 acre plat on CollegK Hill Hardy Solomox. d!45-tf 327 Doula--, Ave. The "Wichita Eagle printing houe keep in tck a complete line of juu? and legal blanks and tovvnhip blank.- of all kinL. We have a !pccial bargain ItM acre of Cn land in east mrt of city for plattiuir pur P" w e will oiler for a few da vs. Hardv Solomon. 227 Douglas ave. " dl2.Vtf " Colwlch Cornice "tVorks. Are prepared to do any kind of galvanized iron cornice work, and put up cornices m any part of the state. Send in your draw ings and v. e will give yon figures, or seud you designs and j-rices. Address, Swift Mankoff, Colwich, Kan. References: Bank of Haven and Bank of Colw ich. dl55-Gt Worse Than a Tire Alarm. One of the most dreadful alarms that can be sounded in a mother's ears is produced by croup; dreadful, because it is known to be dangerous; the more dreadful because the life of a loved one is in jeopardy. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is a never failing safe guard against this "dangerous disease. Its reputation as a preventive and cure of croup is fully and firmly established. In fact, it is the only remedy which can always be relied upon. "Sold by Aldrich & Brown and J. P. Allen. dl55-tf Dr. C. C. Furley. Contmtues in the regular practice of medicine and surgery. Office in Furley building, opposite the Man hattan. Kesidence, 1014 North Lawrence avenue. Telephone No. II (5. d52-eod-2m A new hotel in this city, handsomely furn-Lsh-d, for sale. Hardy Solomon, 327 Douglas avenue. dl25-tf Acre Lot-). Acre lots for sale in Stewart's subdivision one and a half mile. 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, olliceover Wichita Natiaual bank, or Baylev, Bros. & Co., 110 North Market street. dGO-tf I make a swoeialty of selling Douglas ave. aud College Hill property. Bring in your list if you wish to sell. ILvnnY Solomox, (1125 tf 327 Douglas ave. We have a large list of property in all p irt of the city. Call and examine our list. Hardy Solomon, dl25-tf 327 Douglas ave. For S.ile. A good card cutter in first-class order. Will sell cheap. Enquire at thi ollice. dbO-tf We will be pleased to have strangers and citizens visit our olice. Wo have at all times elegant teams to drive them to all part of tne city, and if not wishing to buy, it will give us pleasure to show them our live, thriving and beautiful city. Hardy Solomon, dl25-tf 327 Douglas Ave. Business men may ca 1 and leave their or dera with the Wichita Coal and Fuel Co. at 151 North Mam street, thus .saving the ne cessity of ordering by telephone. 130-tf The Frisco Have elegant dining cars attached to all trains passing through Wichita, which are under personal supervision of an experienced caterer, and are supplied at all time with every luxury the market affords. Try the Frisco dining cars. dl40-tf Special Notice. Loan aud real estate agents should have the new map of Kingman county. Address, Reynolds & Darling, dl47-tf Kingman. Notice; The up-town ollice ot the Wichita Coal and Fuel Co. is still the most convenient 1 laeo to order your coal. In going to aud tiom your busiues slop in aud see our sam ples. No 151 North Alain street. Citv or. dtrs promptly tilled. - lG2tf Portraits in Oil. Per-oits desiring portraits in oil, of theni elves or their children, painted from life -ittings, cm secure satisfactory work on reasonable terms by calling at the art studio of Miss Nettie William at No. 115 North Topeka avenue, in the Davidson & Thiock uiorton building, up-stairs. Any one who has a distinct ami Hie-like photo ot a dece ised iricud or child which they desire reproduced in oil and lite size, can have tho work done on -ntisfactory term. A limited number of pupils will be taken under instruction. dl27tf Notice to Uuilders. All kinds of building stone constantly on hand. Call on the Augusta Stone company. 702 East Douglas- avenue. dll4-tf Loan KejWter. Philadelphia, July 23, 1SS0. Wichita Eagle, Wichita, Kansas. Gentlemen: We have seen one of your Mortgage Loan Registers at the ollice of the Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co., this city, and shall be obliged if you will send this company one similar 111 all respects at your earliest convenience, and remain Respectfully yours, THEODOItEFROTI INGHAM, dG5-tf Secretary. Hpcrial Notice. The new map of Kingman countv gives names of all land owners; mounted on cloth, varnislud, township colored, etc. Address. Reynolds & Darling, dll7-tf Kinginau. We have lor sale for a few days four new hou-es each on 50 feet of ground in the cen tral part of the citv. They aie special bar gains and will be sold on easy terms if ap plied for this week. Hardy Solomox, dl45-tf :i27 Douglas Ave. Wanted. On the Tndian Territory extension, north of Red river, Texas, 1,000 good teams, rock men and responsible sub-contractors. Ap ply to Daniel Carey, Gainsville, or to Mor gan Jonas, Fort Worth. Texas. dl43-lw Kiev ator for Sale or Kent. The valuable property known as Todd Ele vator, with 75 feet frontage on A., T. & S. F. R. R., track, scales,etc, will be sold cheap on easy terms or rented, after December 1, 1S5. 143-tf H. AV. Lewis. H. McKIM DUBOiS Abstracts p ill I ifff have au accurate t of t-ook and am prepared to maVe foil and Complete Abstracts of Title To anr property In Sedgwick County. Onice OTwlSJlaln Stiv . "Wichita, - Kan. Pure Fruit Extracts. MANUFACTURED 3V G. A:Blinn& Co. - 2d. St. tet. Main & Market. For Sale by Grocers OenerUy. tJ Philadelphia Store Corner Douglas Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. We sell no Shoddy Goods' and our con stantly increasing patronage assures us that the methods we originally adopted is the only one that is - strictly just between' the buyer and seller. Our stock is always the Largest in our several departments. II PBIUE-M that Always the Lowest All goods are guaranteed to be exactly as represented. In all cases where goods are not satisfac tory, you are allowed to return them and the money is cheerfully refunded. If you want to do business with us come and see us. A. KATZ. S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and Market St. BOSTON Largest importation of Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk and Cashmere Mufflers 'to hand. All have been purchased direct from headquarters. For Beauty, Style, Elegance, Variety and Low Prices We Cannot be Equaled. Thirty pieces diagonal dress goods all colors, 6 1-2 cents. Twenty-five pieces cut plush, latest coloring, 69 cents. Fifteen pieces extra heavy red twilled flannel, 25 cents. Twenty-five dozen silk and silk velvet embroidered caps for children worth from $1.25 to $2.00; want to close them out so we use the knife and give you your choice for 69 cants. Twenty dozen black Coney fur muffs, silk lined, 89 cents; consid ered a bargain at $1.75. JL. Thirty-five dozen Yak lace hoods in all desirable colors, choice 33 cents. Lot of Rariton Chinchilla Cloaks, Four, Six and Eight years, all to go for $1.49. Ask to be shown our LINE OF BOOTS AND SHOES I One Hundred and Fifty Remnants of Table Linen at 50 cesnts on the Dollar. More Bargains to Arrive. WALLENSTEIN & COHN. av. and Market St. ARRIVAL OF NEW AND DESIRABLE ni MCUP AGAIN THE AX FALLS ! And tnis time it -will cause as mucli CONSTERNATION AMONG DRY GOODS ROUSES As an earthquake shock or a clap of thunder from a clear sky, and prove correspondingly pleasing and popular with the public. ft Special SANTA CLAUSE WILL FNTFRPR V LSI IL i! S UL With his load of Holiday Goods, Presents, Novelties, eta. and as these goods require room to be well displayed, we must make room therefore we will offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! In all Departments Throughout this Month. Now For .the Milk in the Cocoaimt. Do you want a bargain in a cloak, go to the Enterprise. Do you want a bargain in a wrap, q-q to the enterprise. Do you want a bargain in underwear, to 1 T to the iinterpnse. Do yoil want a bargain in knit ooods, o to the JLnterpnse. NOW IS THE APPOINTED TIME 2To time should be lost as these spctal inducements can only last through November. is Temple of Economy, 109 EAST DOUGLAS AVENUE. JaDPa UK TP flLuQ JAiba no Iu urrtn 105 ladies' gossamers, 75 cents. 100 dozen wool socks, 12 cents. i Twenty-eight dozen njgger heads jerseys, bladk, braw,n and ble, $1.43. Fifty dozen pulse warmers, 4 cents. i Twenty bales comforts just arrived, 59c. j Fifty dress robes, the latest, 25 per cant. off. j Two hundred pieces ladles' muslin underwear, very rare and choice designs at a saerafice. Fifty pieces canton flannel, 4 1-2 cents. Am imcei SOON BE UPON THE FANCY GOODS STORE iii ENTERPRISE th; 0 GOODS. R