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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

. . . .'" .V- " x J"- 1, ans. Historical Society T V T-f jm 'V a. - - .. BiiiaaaaftlWaaaa 'BflBfe4aaaaaMC . .a"a . 4 P .-- Jr 1 Bl V a V V aaaVVSXBaBVBVBaBh-. T v W W V ' T W YOL. XIQ, NO. 72. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MOKNIXG AUGUST 10, 1890-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 1949. -w-rr-j r ttti -r -r-- - I HIS OWN WIN. SENATOR HOAR DESIRES TO PRESS THE GAG RULE. He Unexpectedly Springs an Amend ment to the Rules to Limit Debate. No Determination Expressed by the Repub licans to Favor the Measure at Present. Mr. Enloe Refused Permission to Pass Out Pending a Roll Call The Speaker Asks the House to Decide a Mem ber's Eight to Do So Manu facturing Figures Col lectorsItems. "Washington, August 9. The resolution introduced in the .senate today to limit de bate in that body is the one adopted by the Republican caucus but it was pre sented upon Mr. Hoar's own motion. So far as can lie learned there has been no nction taken by any nuember of Republi can f-enators to support the resolution at this or ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

yjriGjfr'p Jgfec tHtticMta gaily; gagjc: Jiractag ptoruhnj gaigusl 1$ 1890. GREATLY REDUCED. THE CONDITION OP THE COUNTRY'S CEREALS. ' A Fall of Twenty Points in the Average of the Corn Crop. Almost Every Section Suffering from Long .Continued Drouth Heavy Showers Come too Late. Potatoes the Next Greatest Sufferer Prom Ten to Fifteen Points Lost on Other Growths Panners of Western Kansas Preparing for a Large "Wheat Acreage Crops Eeports, WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., August 9. The highest tempera turu was 03 o the lowest was T2, and the mean 81s with generally cloudly weather, very warm this afternoon followed by brisk southeast wind. Last year on August 9, the highest tem perature was S7, the lowest 70", and the mean 7S-, and two years ago the cor lesponding temperatures were 83, 5S and 70. Fred L. Jonxsox. Observer. War Department, Washington-. D. C, August 9 , S p. in, .Sunday: For Kansas Local showers, winds shifting to southeasterly. Warmer in northeast stati...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

S&e Mfttais gailg Hartl: jfcmtjsg Statittg, gag-osi 10, 1890. J l J i I. TOJHTTA MABKETS. Beceirits of Live Stock at the Union l Stock Yards during the past 24 hours- s-27 -770 rw.tt.ia 1.565 hofirs. Sn.itnient3 ' hntys. Receints for the "week iust closed, 2,641 cattle. 13,040 hogs and 22 horses. The cattle receipts were the smallest for sonic time and the quality of the offerings as a rule were very common. The market was rather draggy and prices a little weak. Good to choice butcher cattle are in de mand and would sell for a good price. There is really no demand for thin cows and heifers, and if sold they go at a very low price. "Not much euquirry for stock ers. The supply of hogs was fair for Satur day. The market was very slow until after noon as the local packers were filled up and did not care to buy more to carry over tomorrow, and things looked a little discouraging for the salesmen. But after dinner Armour's buyer came onto the market and purchased about 1,050 hogs. Pri...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

4 p W&xtMtx Jpacftg gatgle: jfcracfag lffrmmj, &nmist 10, 1890. 51. M. MUKDOCK, Editor. FOR CONGRESS JA3IES R. HALLOWELL, of Sedgwick. CALL FOE REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. COUNTY Xotlce is hereby given thnt a delegate convention cl the Republicans of Sedgwick county, Kansas. will be held at Garfield hall. In the city of Wichita, on Saturday. August 9, ISM. at the hour or 10 o clock a. ta., for the nomination of candidates for Clerkoi the Dlttrlct court County attorney. Probate judgo. . . ., j Superintendent of public instruction, and Sixteen delegates to the Republican state conven- There -will also be held at the same : plnc and im mediately after the adjournment of the Republi can county, invention, a cnvent.on to nominate a representative district, and also a convention to representative of the Ki'hty-second district, ana ai to nomni;ue araii didsto for commissioner of the First commissioner The-C representative convention for the Eighty third Represenmttve district will meet...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

xz Wdtlxiixt gailij gagle: jratfeg pflmmg, wxjnst 10. 1890. LV il. sr. McRnorrr. t U. p. MranocK. Editor. i Business ILinaser. M. M. ttUEDOCK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letter pertaialne to the business of the prla lr.K department or bindery, or for adverilslnr f-hoald be addressed to the bnsiness manager; al other commaniraUons to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kana. or the Arkansas alley receiTins both tho day and nlsht Associate Press Reports la full. TElms OF siTBSCRTPTIOJf D K ILV T. VGLZ. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dallv. on eopv on -rear m Dally, cae copy. lx months.. 4 (0 Dally, one copy, three months 5 00 Dally, oae copy, one month T5 Three ttra a -eek, any days detred. pry'r. .. -t 00 Three times a week, any days deMred. -lx mo.. . 2 3) Snndny Edition, 16 pasn, one copy, om year 1 00 gcnday Edition. 16 pages, one copy, a months. 1 25 WKEKXr EAGLE. One copr. oa year . $1 00 One copy. lx inoatH J Remittance mar be raiili r onr riot fknrr br...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

S s- t"hf r V-3War-T5gtC 2pte IfptMia: Ipailtj fptgle: JfomtTarj ftomiiMj, August 10, 1 8 9 P. 6 "WHERE THE HEART IS. To Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, on the death of their baby Marguerite J. "Where soo'er thy treasure Is, There thy heart will also be." Where thy heart will wish to dwell There thy fcoul will long to flee. And the treasure flown today Is the dearest earth can show. And to vhere this prize is gone Can come neither grief nor i oe. Ask not back the little roehud. It Is fairer now to dwell In the homo of Him who gave it Than if full blown here 'twould swell. For the world at best is trials. Hard to combat and endure; Filled with wicked, dark temptations. Poor, weak mortals to allure. Then with joy resign thy baby To the realms of Heavenly bliss. Knowing "w ell that its pure tpirit Finds a better home than this. And though here thou'lt mics thy darling. Knowing all a parent's srief. It will help to make us worthy When the Reaper claims the sheaf. "Mec" ABOUT THE 1WIR. During t...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

- pe WticMiMQhtiMixMu Wyoming, August 101890, HNE HATS AND GOWNS, OLIVE HARPER TEl,L6 THE LADIES WHAT THEY WILL SOON WEAR. Clio Fashions lor the Fall Are to Be Hswjisoiuer aad .More Fetching Than EroivTho Hats "WlUxBe Xrge -Plaids TOU Bo Seen Everywhere. ISflPoigi Correspondence.! NkwToee, Jtiiy 1. Do you want to jHxraaate-oftfce early fall -hats? If yon do htliey ar, 60 large that tho fadi iooapi parasola-a -cwnptetely cast into the fikade. Thoy bead and flap and twurc in every direction, and are gen erally "very becoming to the young, though, elder women find them very try- 2TEWEST HATS AST) WAISTS. ing. Very many of the new hats have narrow ruches of ribbon around the edges, and others have very fine em broidery in Persian colors worked all around the edges of tho felt brims. These must be done by hand, which makes them quite expensive, though very rich. One in tins style is illustrated be low, and has a bow of tinsel crepe and a bunch of sumach flowers as trimming. These will be...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

'ght Wxdais. Jpailg fpnjle: JuttuaufEommg, guwjttsl 10, 1890. ,IL THE LATEST STYLES ARGAINS! TRADE REYNOLDS BRO.'S Ladies' Hand Turned and Hand Sewed Shoe, in all the widths and sizes. The regular price has been $5.00. We make special prices this week at $3.00. i9 jr. itrjiix st., wichiijl. T! ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled to Demand 25 Each. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. 69c. 47c. 69c. 5c a yard JiTBE rNSTJEAlSrCE. All our 10c and 12ic Sat- Guaranteed Red Damask Table Cloth, 2 yards for 47c. All our Sc and 10c Dress Ginghams,-10 yards for 69c. Challies formerly sold at 7ic, Sc and 10c, now at 5c a yard. ines to go at 6cc for 10 yard j Germania, Westchester, Milwa ulcce dlcch an ics, People's, Secretary, l'vovidcncc-Washinfjton, Oakland Home. -iTT -r "rTTTT?T) 135 North Market street Hi L, lUlLJjJLilj Telephone 135. patterns. a ) JyiywrMi DOLLARS i8C iiyr TrfE Si Ml i fH li KEAIj KSTATE. (Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.) The following transfers of real estate were filed for record...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

"3?Ee t&Mrila gaily gaujle: jgmxclay fEommg, gutgxtst 10,. 1890. 9 i 1 II SI1HL" By JOSEFHIHE BOWEN. tGyrigbt by .American Pmss Association. GHAPTEBL "Hold on for your life!" A few miles from where the Sonder drops its turbid -water into the Missis sippi it passe3 through a region which lias all the elements of the picturesque. A few hundred yar&3 from the eastern bank there is a range of mighty bluffs, sparsely clothed with oak and cedar, and cleft in one place where a road, winds down from the highlands beyond to cross a bridge, rustic 6nougk, but heavy and strong to withstand the spring freshets. A quarter of a mile above the bridge a dam has been built to turn the water into the wheels of an old mill which, lazily turning, grinds out its dole of flour and yellow meaL On this bank of the river are also scat tered a few humble dwellings, each with its garden patch, and in the summer its dooryard filled with hollyhocks, enor mous sunflowers and an undergrowth of annals whic...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

i.r zsr ;'fft'i-.Srrair $ 0 ft.e ISlkMta gaily gaglc: jfumlau, fPxrmxmj iigitst. 10, 1890. ;mu been rcjoctoa, By Jove, straignt ana square. And sea here, Ssiwyn, if hav ing1 a fine head stuffed with science and intellect makes a man as blind as a mole, I am glad to be classed with the brain less variety. Have yon seen Janie lately? She is going to die unless you save her." The doctor started as if he .had. been shot and grasped the young man's shoul der. ""What do you mean?" ho asked; "speak, can't you?'' "Drive out there at once and see," re plied Forrester meaningly. In ten minutes Dr. Sehvynwas on his way, "but as he drove along ho reasoned that it was altogether unlikely that any thing serious was the matter. "She has no organic disease, I know," he said to himself, "and Mrs. Burton is a sensible woman; if Janie were stricken with fever her mother would have sent for me." Thus reassuring himself ho drove through the cleft bluff and along the seldom used road carpeted with rustli...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

9P.e 'Sx&idxila pailij uq!c: jlmtfottj pCcrruittg ijMtrjusl 10, IS 90. IX I SOME PKOBLEMS SOLYEB. BILL NYE ANXIOUS SETS THE MINDS OF INQUIRERS AT REST. Inside Information About the S. P. C. A. The 3Iost Digestible Part of a Clam la Itg Shell Home Doses for Ailing Hus bands. Copyright by Edgar W. Nye. The following correspondence received during the past -week is hereby answered in a, brief but succinct manner: Mrs. R. Hyphen SMnner-McPhelim, of tho Windymear flats, New York, con templates spending the summer on Staten jQsft S4m. Z&t&fte &&zMi o &K 42t&zz I ATE THE WATEHMELOX. Island, and asks to know if the island has a society for the prevention of cru elty to animals. It has, Mr. Skinner-McPhelim, it has. It is one of the most pungent and. vocif erous societies for the prevention of good that we have, according to reports. Agents of the organization make it very hot for people who own animals, if I am correctly informed in the matter, and I advise you, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 10 August 1890

T-W ftbg?m&-Z-f 12 gfee TOeteia ailvj gagto Jfottfas PtaroincL gaigwsi 10, 1890. Ll-i MATEIMONIAL CKANCES. THE HAVANA LOTTERY AND "A SURE CARD FOR THE GRAND PRIZE." Our Own Lottery and Its Clianccs One Prize and a Thousand Blanks Wliicli TVXake tlie Best "Wives, Klcli Men's Daughters or Poor lion's Daughters? Copyright by American Press Association. It is an old, old saying that marriage is a lottery, and so it is, for neither man nor "woman can possibly know what card he or she has drawn from tho pack, shuf fled, cut, shuffled again by a mocking and inscrutable fate until their fingers have closed upon one, voluntarily or in voluntarily, thej' never can fully decide which, and the choice made they find themselves possessed of a king, a queen, parhaps a knave, or haply only "the cVuce"' or "ths d l's bedstead," as I have heard the four of spades dubbed in iter's, horror and dismay. Were yen ever m a lottery country, H?vana, for inslane: 'i If sa do you re mtiJibr the lite-ond-de...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

Tl (?tt1tT -i - dttfeHiJKillilMfe f (L4T i Sana Historical Society! YOL. Xin, NO. 73. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 12, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1950. H H oW ,V VI m f oWlr r .nm H r -- - - .r03L. oiiK.2fi9bn&noVV9aioliioKAo1oflBTJoiiiHotlow -.ZHnTAonVVt.. . om .uh A! .ooiMV B A TBr T mt " j0k -oV oW v oV - H V" v i ii mm TTirn i i. rw Tneto i riBKjferrirtia- iji m i i f it jlt hi n - - . ,y OKLAHOMA'S LEGISLATURE WILL BE ORGANIZED. Governor Steele Opposed to Await ing the Election of the Kew Members. The Capital Pight to be the Issue in Choosing Successors to Messrs. Reynolds and Burke. Congressman Peters En Route Home The Old Time Majority Predicted for Hallo well The Colored Men Select "Waller as Candidate for State Auditor Gen eral Political GUTHRIE, Ok., August 11. Governor Steele being asked what he would do now that two of the members of the legislature had died said: "I shall call an election immediately and shall not delay the call ing of the legislature together for a...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

"cst-jt arvjjw & -- - ht WikMtti gaily tguXt: ujcstTaij ptemfttg Jt-ttaxtsi 12, IS 90. E LITTLE USE FOR MILITIA. Albant, N. Y., August 1L Adjutant General Porter has received word from General ITarnsworth saying that every thing is quiet at Dewitt and the passenger trains are moving. The general said when ever trouble occurred he did not propose to take the views of the railroad officials, but would have one of his own men report whether the services of the state troops were needed. Third Vice President "Webb has telegraphed asking for the protection of the state troops at Dewitt. A commit tee from District Assembly No. 24G, headed by Secretary Price, waited, upon Governor .ram mis morning ana srciieu umi iuc btriking employes of the Central road in this section would not molest the railroad company in any way. Buffalo, N. Y., August II. The situa tion on the Central road is unchanged. Tho strikers are growing in numbers and remain quiet. Trains are coming in sev eral hours late...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

rofxsnatsawpr-jr .-,,,,,3 ,... ,ilWHiP' ftfc-T'BY-'j'tr -Sftrac!3sr- - Hftjc Wtftiia Sailg gagfc: J?ttesaaj"l$ffimron, gutgitst 12, 1890. CI -er ftsa," .fe- Wj-wriiv -"j- : 11 toSi& '1NANCEANDC0MMERCE WICHITA MAEKET3, Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards during the past 48 hours-610 cattle, 868 hogs and 16 sheep. Shipments-761 cattle, 1,045 hogs. Most of the cattle were billed through and only stopped for feed and rest. There were bo few natives on sale that there was little life in the trade. Not more than a dozen head changed hands during the day. Everything sold that was offered. There is a good demand for good to choice butch ers' stuff, and prices are strong on good stuff. Thin cows and heifers slow sale at verv low prices. The supply of hogs was the lightest for several weeks. Only a few loads of choice packing hogs and they sold at good prices. The market was fairly active and prices steady to strong. The close was fully 5 to 7 cents higher than Saturday, and s...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

4 Jpe WBftthxhst gailij gaglc: guesttan ptarahtg, &psi 12. 1890. ?r. ?I. aTI'KDOCK, Kdltnr. EEPUBLICAN TICKET. Fob congress. JAMES K. HALLOWELL. of Sedgwick County. For the State Legislature. S2d District George L. Douglas. STd District E. W. Phillips. iilix District J". E. Henley. County Officers. Probate Jndce W. T. Bucfcner, Countv Attorney W. S. Morric Clerk Circuit Coun-Cliai. H. Lullncr. Superintendent Public Instruction-D. S. Pence. Commissioner First District-H, C. braltli. CALL FOB REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. COUNTY Notice is hereby civen that a delegate convention ot the KepuWicana of beJffwick county JkajMj. will re held at Garfield hall, in the city o Uichita. on haturday August 9. 1. at lh0 llour ?f 10 clock a in., for the nomination of candidates for Clerk of the District court. County attorney. Probate judge. SuDcrinwihaent 01 pamic iuuuiou,ui hlxteen delegates to the Hepubllcan state conven- Tliere will also be held at the same place, and Im mediately after the adjou...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

Jjpce WMtik mhj gagle: lufsilay Itamig, August 12, 1890. fe ,- 1 il. M. MtntDOCK, Kdltor. R- P. MCTinOCK, Business Slanaser. M. M. MUED00K & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertalnlne to the business of the prin inK department or bindery, or for advertlslne tboaM bo addressed to the business manager; al other communications to the editor. The only daily paper in Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas alley receiving both the day and nijjht Associate Press Reports In full. terms or subscription- daiit t:gix. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy one year 3 Of) Daily, one copy, six months.. 00 Daily, one copy, three months " W Daily, one copy, one month Three times a week, any days desired, pery'r... -J 00 Three times a week, anv days desired, six mo... 2 50 Sunday Edition, 16 paces, one copy, one year 2 09 Sunday Edition, 16 pages, one copy, fcix months. 1 2j WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopy.one year fl 00 One copy, six months. Remittance mar be made at our rik either by dra...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

6 3pt WLxtUiict gaily gagle: itcstlay l&0ruhtg; guxgitst X2, 1890. SALT AM) SADffi&, THE TOWN WWICH THE INVENTOR OF ALPACA GOODS BUILT. Who Sir Titos tiSalt 'Was -JIow Ho 'Be camo Known to J?tnao A DcHcrfption of tho :tfaiiiflcnt "Villase Xliafc Bears His Tfaxnc. Titus Salt was born in 1S03 nt Morley, near Leeds, in n-qnaint trzz fctoried bufia ing called the'Old Manor Hotibc. His -father, Dtanid, was a farmer, but havingn active mid energetic nature he tired of ag riculturcand moved to Bradford, then a rising industrial town, became n wool staplcnand showed considerable business. gajraciSy and acumen. In V&Q Titus Salt accidently stumbled upon a 4ock of tlie fleeces, bought it, re turned toBradford and after persevering efforts hit .at last on the device of using cotton warns and produced a,fabrio which in delicacy, luster and texture rivaled the much vaunted iobes of the Incaa. It soon "become popt-Uar, orders poured iu and it was exhibited In all the shop windows of t...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

fee WLittxxiix ailxj gagle: itestTay JPtftntlurr, gEuflttS! 1890. IV V WOMAN AND HOMST" THE PICTURESQUE ART OF ALWAYS DRESSING PROPERLY. JTe One Fault Peculiar Marie Bath krtscff "A Simple Home Body." American Girl Students Abroad Choose Twur Photographer Carefully. It requires something more than a long pnrso and a fashionablo milliner to enable one always to be dressed just as one ought to be. The best dressed woman is by no means always the one who is arrayed with the most splendor and costliness; and to. know how to dress according to the occa sion is as much an art as to know how to dress at all. In one's own home to out dress one's guests is a rudeness and an un kindness; the house, the equipage, the ret inue, the entourage the whole estab lishment, is there to speak for one; the personal attire can be of the most modest. One certainly would never revive the sin gular French ou&tom of receiving in one's niirht dress and hi bed, an affectation o simplicity which was really ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 12 August 1890

'gheWLxcMtx Jpailtj garjl: xtcsctag fIortmta;, gmijusi 12, 1890. a liilllfl Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar lialcin;? powder. Highest of all in leavoning strength. V. S. GovernmentKeport, Aiir. 17, 1889 hll THE LATEST STYLES TRADE 149 X. MjLIXST., triCMITJ.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled to Demand 25 Each. IT'S A COMBINATION rV OUT. KEAIj ESTATIi (Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.) The following transfers of real estate were filed for record in the office of the register of deeds. Rufus Cone shf to J C Rattan int in 770 w3 75 and sK 79 Fourth ave Mead's dd and 100x150 ff on Fifth ave Mead's add shf d -3 SC00 Clias A Dyer to American Real Estate & Investment Co n mv) 18-27-4W sv 32-27-4w s1-' i,v: 31-127-lw nK nwY (HiS-lw lots 11-12 blk23Chenev s) l'J-27-4v neT 21-27-lw also nv3 nwj 22-27-1 w wK m 15-27-lw mvY nK l-V27-lw lots 5 to 01 Smftlison's sub division lots 6S to 102 in Smithson's sub division lots 1 to G!) Palmerston st Martinson. rth add lots 43-44-45-4K blk 7 in J...

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