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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 March 1890

Kans. Historical Society tf YOLXLL NO. 109. WICHITA, KANSAS, SITXDAY JlORXIXG. MAECH 23, 1890-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 1819. HEIi STATUS ASA JOBBING CENTER. Her Advantages in Time w Dis tances and in Freight - Kates. Some Pacts and Pigures for the Eyes of the Lang-Headed Business Men and Successful Dealers of Otjier Citier. A Young Commercial Giantress Wichita HeifTfls the Acknowledged Mistress in the Midst of One of the Greatest Yallevsof thnOnntinp.nt. finnrfc. ins: Rivalry. Challemrimr all Competition and Commanding a Con ceded Supremacy. Tbe large trade enjoyed by this city from Vie extensive and widening territory of v hicii it Jsthe center, continues to increase in volume commensurate with its marked advantages. The surprising expansion of Wichita's jobbing trade is a .subject for nniety on tlie part of older jobbing towns along the Missouri river, and the demand f r all that she manufactures reveals a hcaltJiy condition. The popularity of this yonng center throughout a territo...

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. — 23 March 1890

-gppmmmmmu 8igHniciwK.B The glicliita gaily gaglc: jSttutlag gXimtwg, pcta 23, 1890 WILLIAM'S SELF-ILL THE MILK IX THE COCOAXUT OP GER3IAX AFFAIKS. Implicit Compliance With the Em peror's Ideas Demanded of the Ministry. Bismarck's Eefusal to Uullify a Customof Port Tears' Standing Caused His Eesignation. The Kaiser Makes All Ministers Eesponsible to Himself Alone The ex-Chancellor Will Decline the Titles Conferred - "Upon Him A Change Likely in the Austrian Ministry Poreign Gossip. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., March 2;i. Tlie highest temperature was (SO , ( lie lowest 42, ami the mean 51 c, with brisk north windfc, decreasing at night to light northeast, higher pressure, cloudless weather. Last year, on March 22, the highest tem jierature was 45 , 1 he lowest 33 , and the mean 42 , with .84 inch of rain and about 5 p. m, a few flakes of snow. Fred L. Johnson, Observer. "Washington, March 22. Forecast till S p. in. bmiday: For Missouri Fair weather, winds, stationa...

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. — 23 March 1890

7" gkt WLuMiu gailx gagle: j&tutfcuj gaming, tzxth 23, IS 90. FIANCE All COMMERCE WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours-146 cattle 653 hogs, and for the week just closed, 85 1 cattle 4,573 hogs, again over last week of 1 1 cattle and 336 hogs. Some good cattle on sale today. Market active and strong on good stuff. Stockers and feeders in demand at strong prices. Common grades slow sale. Hogs opened strong at yesterday's prices. The market was active from the open ing. Several cars of choice hogs sold at $3.90. The close was strong with pros pects very good for the early part of next week. WICHITA LITE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kaa., March 22. CATTLE. Receipts 146. shipments none. The receipts were Verv good for closing day. There -were some very good cattle anions the receipts. The market opened earlv and at strong llgures. The trading was active from the start. The competitloi was strong and all the buyers wanted cattle, Shippers of choice a...

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. — 23 March 1890

j" i?-4- -.-t&fi - ? w-'&v,5S. fjfrt -- "w?; 'X - t'-&jpm$ fi J --v-nrpuf-V--! ?SSTO'- 4 Site Miclrita gaily gatjTc: wnfiag' fronting, 1'ar.dV 23, 1890. " ""Vwc" 31. 31. 3ICKDOCK, TMitor. The Montgomery county auxiliary to the State Immigration bureau has con tracted for 10,000 copies of a descriptive of that county, to be printed in newspa ler form, for distribution through the east in the interest of immigration. We note that a number of counties are doing the same thing. Such efforts cannot fail of beneficial effects in the matter desired. Noble L. Prentis dropped in last even ing to tell us what he would do and say if he was again the managing editor of as good and solid a daily as the Eagle, fiinong other things intimating that he 'would everlastingly roast tiie particular fool alliance which had gone so far in its insanity, in this enlightened day of American liberty, as to promulgate the infernal lie that evictions was a com mon occurrence in Kansas. The word evic...

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. — 23 March 1890

xt WLickxU gailtj gaglc: jfnuuTatj gXarixmg lEarclx 23 1 1890. o tElS-i-sPS? II. M. MCEDOric. R. P. MrnnocK, Editor. uuswcss .Manager. H. M. MUEDOCK & BEO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertninlnsr to the business of the print Inn department or bindery, or for advertlslns Fhoulil bo addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The only daily liaTper In Southwestern Knnsas or the Arkansas Valley receiving both the day and ntciit Associate Press Iteports In full. TERMS OF btTBSCIUPTIOV DAII.T EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Pally, one copy ono jcar f S 00 Dally, one copy, sis months- 4 (0 Dally, one copy, three months 2 (0 Dally, one copy, one month 75 Three times a w cek, any days desired, per y'r. .. 4 00 Three times a i veV. nnv dav ile,lreil. shr jno.. . '2 .V) Sunday Kdltion, lu jm;es. one copv, one year 2 00 Sunday Edition, 10 paces, one copy, ax months. 1 25 WELKLY EAGLE. One copy, one year ?l 00 One copy, six month. JO Kemittance ...

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. — 23 March 1890

6 lite midxttix ga igh: xmTaxj $LoxvW$ larrlr 23, 1890. SOCIAL SWDL A EESUME OP THE SOCIAL EVENTS TOR TEE WEEK. What Mrs. Grundy is Talking1 About The Prettiest Girl in "WichitaLocal Gossip and Humors That Society Folk Ar6 In terested in Some of Our Local People and Their Distinctions-An Opinion or Two-Surprise Parties-High Five-Marriages Past and Prospective Teas and Soirees-An Elopement Denied Whist and Other Card Parties An Evening With "Loto'-Hush Club Still Alive Last Meeting of a "High Five" Club Personals Departures and Arrivals Hosts and Guests. NOCTL'KNn. Lore, throw thy Jnttice open to the nicht, -nd shuine the moon, that iloth o sadly 5-hIne lion the v orld, with that clad face of thine! Gaze down npon me with thine eyes more hrlght Tl..in Uiom or aiifffls from you dizzy heisht Of heaven peering out; and be It mine To feel uplifted to thee, like a vine I.c i up the trelll ladder by the Unlit! Then, v.hll" the earth in purple shadows deep Lies huhhed, and, dreaming. dumler...

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. — 23 March 1890

ht micMta grilg xqU: jsmicuui gtorwftig, gHavtlt 23, 1390. ?jjc-gv(S:25r SUIT. CIIAJIBERIiAIN KESIGNS. Yesterday morning Mr. J. T. Chamber lain, general superintendent of the Burton car works, informed. hi3 men that he had re signed his position some time ago and that he had received word of its acceptance. Thenev was very much unexpected to the employes, and in addition, their at tachment to him was to strong that it was sad news indeed. It was at once decided to .show some lasting evidence of the high es teem in which their superintendent was held, and one suggested that they present him with a diamond ring. All cheerfully chipped in and very soon $200 was raised, and a solitaire diamond ring from Mos bacher's had been secured before noon. The presentation was not made un til the works closed in the evening. Mr. Chamberlain was in tuo office as usual when a delegation invaded the quarters, and the chief book keeper, Mr. Ed. Hallo well, in a short speech, conveyed to Mr. Charabelai...

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. — 23 March 1890

gfo; WLMiite gniXxj gagle: J&mto pfomcwj, ptaoxft 23, 1890. LATEST STYLES MARI COLLARS I8C "JOE" SHATTER, 149 y. stain-st., menu J.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Each. IT'S A COMBINATION I'M OUT. .ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the Editor of tho Eaclo. Please announcu me as a man from the First ward. candidate for council- W. N. CASWELL. To the Editor or the Easlc Please announce J. F. !Ces3y as candidate for member school board for Fourth ward. 103 1 iLixr crrizExs. To the Editor of the Eacle. Plense announcf me as a candidate for re-election for councilman. Third ward. Oscar D. Bakxes. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the posi tion of councilman In the Third ard and solicit the support of the oters In said -w ard. Saml'el J.Howe. March, 19. 1S.0. dlOGtf For Councilman, Sixth Ward Chas. Mo-hacher is candidate for councilman long term from the bistli ward at the ensuing election, April 1, ISO. dliOtf GEO. KEXNA3T -AT THE FIRST AT. E. CHURCH, SATURDAY EVE, 3IAP.Cn 23. SUB...

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. — 23 March 1890

lue tx&Mxita gaily gagle: jptracfaij IPxantmrr ptoxfr 23, X 890. 9 vXtmAte-r'' &Xll$C SS IBM. A ffigkt Assault, aiarcli 25, 1865. THE STONEWALL JACKSON CORPS It Storms tho Union Forts The Last Or fcnsivo Movement of Lee's Army Decis ive TaJIure and DIro Disaster for the Confederate Forces, Tho night sortie by tb.o Confederates under Gen. John B. Gordon on tho lines of the 2Jinth corps, at Petersburg, March 25, 1883 twenty-fivo years ago cave tho Army of the Potomac its flr, complete surprise. The fa mous flank Movements of Stonewall Jackson on the Prninaula and at Chaneeilorsville had "een wukod upon by tho Union commanders 115 jnong tho possibilities of the situation, anfi wore in a -measure provided for. At "ea.st they rrero not surprises. The same may DSsaid of Gen. Lonsstrcetfe bold and "well ffiigh successful as- sault on Gen. Sick- . - Tes' line at Gettys burg. But-of the movement of .Gor don's ejnifriand to break throa g.h Grant's lines of in- Su Jvj" 'VttS vcsuncm ai...

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. — 23 March 1890

... Site miirtuhx aiXij aglc: mitlaij Ijj&owmwr, Mnxtix 23, 189. 10 THE REWARD. After our time of toiling, After our tide of tears. After our stormy voyage At last ft port appears. After our time of anguish. After oax lovpand loss, After our test oy Are, Tie gold eschews the dross. After our lengthened struggle, After our life's last wave. After our jwun and passion Wo find a quiet gravel Chicago Herald. LGYFS OHIOIf COMPACT. Tberc are many curious phases of amatory conditions which are peculiar to individual cases. It may be that love, in its esential qualities, is the same iu every instance, but there are wide variations in the phenomena. Its manifestations are infinite in their vari ety, and many are unique and interesting. A specimen or two of some forms or symptoms developed by the lovelorn may bo worth presentation. One day in summer time, when the Juno roses were radiant auth blooir. and tho air was heavy with the scent of flowers, I was stopping at a hotel in Madison. It...

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. — 23 March 1890

"ZtgVt-? """ is;w,'-refrs'--S5S7Sa -- -fw-!?--- - (A glic tclxtta JMXtj gaglc: Jimxdatj Imbruing, 8arcTi 23, 1890. 'rtf"f' t MICM WAR Horrors and Infamies of a Dis puted Kentucky District. RECOLLECTIONS OF A HOY Gl-65. Tiio Incidents or a Four Years' Fight in a Badly Divided Kccion, by Ono Who Was There Murder and Robbery Brave Defense and Cowardly Attack Some Amusing Incidents. By WABREN & BEHTOJJT. Copyright, I860, by American Press Association. In my native village in Kentucky the people were about equally divided in their sympathies between the "Union as it was" and the "secession doctrine." The recognized leaderof the latter was a bright young physician, who has sinco achieved fame in his profession. This doctor enrolled a company and organ ized it as an incipient army, and armed them for purposes of home protection against any "invasion of Kentucky." There was a young man in the town whose sympathies were with the Union, and he likewise enrolled a company and began to dril...

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. — 23 March 1890

t2 ! gfec Wtkltite, gitihj'giXQlc: Jfoutfag gHwmns, fBattfc 23? 1890. IT 11 IfiViVfi A French Ballet Girl as Seen at Her Home. CHAMPAGNE 17AS NOT FOR HER. Xhr Tirst and Only Appearance of a Clinr iiomau in the Grove Scene of "Hamlet." .4 Gathrrinfr at Which tho Music Was S;ronser Than the Tea. Copyright, 1890. ZCevt Yore. March 13. "Would you like to tee what a dansouso is liko at homo J'' askod Eomcbody. "What? A bona fide ballet girlf I ex rlamied in a ton? of benign satisfaction. "Yes, and no less than one of tho sylphs kwnying-before ui now in the glamour of tho footlights." This, fragment of conversation took place .nng one of Wagner's operas at the Metro politan Opera hoube and w bile a very beauti ful ballet w:is in progress. WALLET GIRL OK T1IE STAGE. Now, I'd seen tho ballet girl limes withou nmnlxjr on tna stage, one of a hundreo" othr.s. pointing her satin to?, radiant m r professional smile and a gauro skirt half a yard long: I'd teii hr behind tho scene? yawning dreadfu...

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. — 25 March 1890

YOL. XII, NO. 110. WICHITA, KANSAS, TUESDAY MOEXIXG. MAECH 25, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1820. 1S11ET SUGAR STATE. KANSAS' S0KGHU3I BEETS. AND SUGAR Six Hundred and Forty Tons of Sugar Manufactured in South ern Kansas Last Year. The Experiments Have Been Expensive for Beginners But Net Discouraging, as This Season Will Show. If Farther Successful Kansas Can Produce Enough Oane Without Entrenching on Her Wheat, Corn, Oat and Other Eields to Sweeten the World and Smother the Balance of Mankind With Her Surplus Molasses. Six hundred and forty-sis tons, or 1,293,274 pounds of sugar were manu factured in Kansas last year by five mills from less than four thousand acres of borghum sugar cane, the total value of the product of the four largest mills be ing Sl'56.31!). The ground from wliich tliis great amount of sugar was produced represents less than the area contained in thirty of Kansas average farms. f all placed in one field it would not be much larger than some of the corn patches planted by s...

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. — 25 March 1890

' WSyc-S&JMg' i 3?Ixe WLithxttX JMItj gaglc: lixesday Ipxa-tmxg, Ipaxxlx 25, 1890. f,, jinm COVERED Ml EAM THE RE3IAIXS OF CEOOK IN THEIR LAST BESTIXG PLACE. Laid Away with Solemn Ceremony in the Quaint Old Cemetery at Oakland. Distinguished Army Officers, Old Veterans and a Large Concourse of Eesi- deats at the PuneraL The Impressive Burial Service of the Pres byterian Church Bead at the Grave Pnneral Services at Washington Over the Remains of Gen eral Schenok. WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Office, Wichita, Kan., March B4. The highest temperature was 72 , the lowest 55, aud. the mean G4 , with warmer cloudlets weather followed by rap idly rising barometer and in the forenoon a dust storm from the south and in the afternoon from the northwest. The high-.-l velocity of the wind was south 31 miles per hour at 8:35 a. m. Last year, on March 21, the highest tem perature wasl50, the lowest 42, and the mean 49. Fred L. Johxsox, Observer. Washixgtox, March 25. Forecast till S p. m. Tuesday....

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. — 25 March 1890

'gkt SJEieMta gailij gacgle: gitssdag ptumitig, SHruxIx 25,-1890. 3 FINANCEANHCOMMERCE - WICHITA MAEKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 24 hours 128 cattle 602 hogs. The market opened active and steady at about Saturday's prices. There were some good cattle among the offerings. There were several out side buyers trading on today's market. Stackers and feeders continue in strong demand and choice fat cattle find ready sale. The hog receipts were only fair for Monday. The market was very much like that of Saturday. Pack ers purchased all the hogs and -were short of the amount required at the close. Bulk $3.87 1-2, top $3.90. WICHITA LITE STOCK MAEKET. Wichita, Kan., March 21. CATTLE. Receipts 129, shipment? 291. The receipts were fa'r for opening Jay. The market opened parly and nctue with prices ranslne much the sime as batur da There were several outside buj ers on the mmket.'-omeforfat cuttle and othPrs for ptockers mid feeder. All wanted cattle and business v...

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. — 25 March 1890

gfreffiKeMte gailtj gagte: gtwscteg Hammer, fjtawft 25, 1890. Viih;-ff--0-Jr J. ZZ2UXmeY.n&-t v1)cJ VWVVvvj -35S M. 31. 3HKIOCK, Editor. WELCOME, GENERAL ALGER. General R. A. Alger, commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, will be the guest of "Wichita today. He comes as tlio representative of the na tion's heroes, himself a very hero of martial encounter. No man in America, PotI laps, if in the world more fully illus trates the possibilities of human endeavor rightly directed. If there ever was a fcelf made man, R. A. Alger personates tliat character in the fullest sense. Los ing both parents early in life he was left to light the battles of life alone, single handed, unaided save by a firm resolve and determination to succeed. How well lie lias succeeded the political and military history of the country that is familiar to all who are in any degree IKBted in these tilings le&t attest. No patriot served his country with greater faithfulness and credit during it...

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. — 25 March 1890

$fec Wcltita gaily Eagle: Tuesday SHovniuc? ptavclt 25, 1890. 5 1L 5L Mmuiore. 1 R. P. McmnocK. Editor. I Buslncs Manager. M. LL MUED00E & BBO. Publishers and Proprietors. All letters pertaining to the business of the print ing department or bindery, or for advertising bhould be addressed to the business manager; all other communications to the editor. The ojlj daily paper in bouth western Kansas or the Arkansas alley recelvlnc: both tho day and nigni .associate i-ress reports in lull. TERM'S OF SCTISCIUI'TION DAILY EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Daily, one copy one vear Daily, one copy, six months.. Dally, one copy, three months Iilly, one copy, one month Three tinies a week, any days desired, pery'r.. Tiiree times a week any days desired, sis mo.. UndaV Kdltlon. hi n let, one rmiv nn vpr . - SS03 , 400 . 2 0.1 To . 400 2 50 00 Sunday Edition, 1C pages, one copy, sl months. 1 i WEEKLY EAGLE. Onecopy, one year si 00 One copy, blx months SO Remittance may be made at our risk ...

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. — 25 March 1890

- ?r?--wv&lz'?' IP WLicUici gailij gacjle: Tuesday Xorwhtg, pCavdx 25, 1890. 6 IISSIMHSIIp' AilTJSBMESTS. CKATVFOHD GKA-D. Tonight for one night only, "We, Us & Co." will be presented at the Crawford Grand. The advance sale has been unusu ally large and promises big business. Last night at the Academy "We, Us & Co." was produced. The skilt is well known to the public, and was accepted here, on its first production, as a gigantic guccess. Consequently a large audienee greeted Mr. Slocum's company last even ing. The piece has been entirehvrewritten since its last production, but i is very questionable whether it has been improved by its new arrangement. Last night the artists kept the audience in a continual roar of laughter, and when the curtain went down every one had laughed until he Was tired. The music is bright and catchy, the costumes novel, and the bevy of pretty girls who assist in the merrymaking re markably good. It is unnecessary to make special mention of any ...

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. — 25 March 1890

xz WAdxiXiX gaifcj gacjlc: ltstTaxj ftorUmg, gflardx 25, 1890 SIGNAL jVVhb kOti WAli. METHODS USED BY SAVAGES AND BY THE MILITARY SERVICE. Fire, Smoke twad Mirror Flashes as Opposed to the HellogTaph and Electrlo Light. The Manner In "Which Disaster Came to n Crow War Band. The signal codes of civilization are more scientific than those of the savage races, but it is an open question whether they are more efficient, taking it as an accepted fact that the signals are for transmission from eye to eye, and that their efficacy does not extend beyond the range of vision. The Esquimau of the far north depends upon the waving of his arms or of a blanket to notify his friend? at a distance of any important fact, such as the finding of a reindeer, or the need of as sistance, while the American Indian, in the old days when he was still unsubjugated, got bettor results from signal fires by night or columns of smoke by day than from anything else. But there was one objection to this method of c...

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. — 25 March 1890

JP WiirtxiU gailijf gagle: Igucstfag gtXcmtmg, ffltacfc 25, 1890. 8 Absolutely Pure This pomler never varir. A marvel of purity, rtrencth luid wliolr02iicnf"s. More economical than the ordinary kind and cannot bo sold In com petition wiUi the mnltitud of low tost sbort weight nlum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans. Jloyal Caking Powder Co., 105 Wall st. X. V. ALL THE LATEST STYLES TRAD H'j x. arAix st , wicniTJ.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Demand 25 Eash. ITS A C0hWINATI0nI' OUT. HEAL ESTATE. (Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.) The following transfers of real estate were filed for record in the office of the register of deeds yesterdy: J. F. Wheeler to Miles & Lyman scqr.S4-274w 230000 John It. Fan-oii to L. F. Harson, ne fir of 1 he se qr, 12-27-1 c .... 1 200 00 C P. Miller to Emma Dixon, 1 to 14 llk 2, .Sunn side add 1 030 00 H. O. Bnlek to Norman C. Kaff, 70 Douglas ave., Citv 15 300 00 Sheriff Cone to A. A. Hyde, lot 3 l)lk 1. Frisco Heights 2nd. . . . 100 00 Jo...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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