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Will tho Coming Woman Marry?
The conclusion o inflexible logic is that, if
the coming woman is to be free, equal, inde
pendent, nnd to havo open to her all tho ways
of a grcal career, sho will not marry. As to
posterity, tho owes it nothing. Sho can bo as
exalted above that as the Shakers. Or if the
debt to posterity is to continue, tho elevated
woman canjelcgato it'to the lower order.
On the other hand, if tho coming woman
shall marry, she will bo about tho samo man
ner of woman ca sho that is now tho sweet
ener of tho cup of happiness; and the talk and
laws of emancipation and equality will bo all
in vain against a naturo which makes her
subject to man. Therefore, the abiding faith
in tho future elevation of woman, and that
tho taste of liberty asd education which sho
has now got will work in her a great trans
formation, is logically obliged to Lelicvo that
tho coming woman will not marry. Cincin
W, L. McBEE,
Sedgwick County Abstractor.
Dies at Englisji Summer Kcsorls.
And tlio chief reason for this Arcadian de
lightfulness seems O be tho abxnce of worry
about dress. Nobody wore anything finer
than a gingham or cambric frock on thoo
celestial mornings; a short frccJ: innocent of
trimming, a cheap shade hat, no gloves. A
duke's daughter-in-law appc2,:cl in thopamo
thecked gingham gen n every morning for a
fortnight tho samo or it3 fellow. It might
havo cost .'$. and sho looked in it tho high'
5oni beauty that sho was. Her ducal mother-in-law
had been heard to remark that only
Americans and cads would dress for a water
ing place public
It was only at dinner time, in the privacy
of their own circle, that theso sensiblo Eng
lislra omen put oxi lino clothes and ornaments,
cor always then. They havo como thither to
rcbt, and thoy would not vex their soul with
thoughts of raiment. They would return
homo with brightened complexions and new
energies and money in their pockets for tho
next London season. Harper'b Bazar.
With tho Grace of Gcildcssc-.
Tho new walk, ' tho tennis strut,5' is as hor
rid as its uamo implies, and I do hope that
really nice girls will not, even for a freak,
adopt it. Fashionable walks are usually
without any excuse for being. Instead of &o
tSany cxcrcLes in gymnastics if women
would only study walking how much liand
EOincr they would appear on tho strreL Trot
ting is not attractive, and most of our girls
do trot. There are exemptions in Xow Or
leans. There women walk with the grace of
goddessoa, without any consciousness they nro
tho embodied lino of grace as they move.
Perhap they are bom a little more lithe than
other ..omen, but I doubt it; hut they do
take more care eaily in life to attain case in
If I had a daughter I .should do e cry thing
in my power to help make her physically
beautiful. Tho religion, whichsver it L,
that calls for respect to the body because it is
mado in the image cf its Maker was Jiota
religion that mado thowoild a Lad one, at
least I do not think it was. "Bab" in Kew
Women in tho Tieaiiry I!uri:ut.
Complaints of inaccuracy and carelesmess
on tho part of men wero l.iadc frequently
during (Jen. Spinner's administration of tho
United States treasury, but inch complaints
against lady clerks wero few. Tho shrewdest
and quickest detectors of counterfeit currency
wero wom:i, and in cases of disputes as to
tho genuineness of money Gen. Spinner in
variably took tho judgment of a Miss
Graudhi, who was for a long time emploj'ctl
in his bureau. In speaking of her ability in
this pai ticular ono day, Gen. Spinner said:
'If 1 were a believer in clairvoyance I would
say that she possessed that power, but asl
am not, I call it instinct.'' There was aruio
in tho department compelling lady clciks who
married to resign their positions, and v. lien
this lady married the eucrablo treasurer
asked that 1 lie rulo bo su upended, bccaiuo thu
govci ujneut could not well dupensj with her
ktvicc .. Chicago Tiibuue.
A Woitian'a Idea of 3icn.
"What do women lovo beat in men?" was
asked a quizzical analyst of human-nalure
tho other day. "Si.-," said she, '-(hey lilw
force! Civomo a jjan with couitesy and
polish, without force, and ho Is like a linen
collar without staich. The toxturo may bo
fine, but it needs stiffening. Women tiro of
lorceliTi incji and would prefer a vigorous
heail yeortan to a K-ontcd, nervous dude of
the draw irg icons."' Don't you lfcc to tec a
man danf 1 queried. "I Avould rather see
himdijgiug a trench, or hew in j a tree, or
driving a team," uiid she. "To uij a dancing
man, a lion lapping nulk or an elephant play
ing a guitar are all alike. Men, lions and
elephants were meant to be strong and
masterful. When they fail of their destiny
they lwonvi caiioatr.res." New York Mcr
cury. A Strictly Oiij;in:il l'l.jn.
The Buffalo Com lev tells of seventeen 3 oung
and prcli3' maidens, none under sw eefc 10, all
residents of Buffalo, w ho havo just wound up
a very pleasant vacation on a sti ictly original
plan. They hired 11 cottago at Eden Center
and ran it themselves for about two weeks,
doing Uii'ir ov.n housekeeping, baking and
washing. The summer days were spent in
botanizing, tramping about over fields and
through dells, Jind in running a'reco toseo
who w oui 1 c-jnseoutthe fattest and biownest.
All cams kick w ith a considerable addition
to their avoirdupois and as brown as Spanish
Real h Estate i--i Loan
T n -m.-. MM.rt1 -- rWn-n -.r 1 nTmf rio crYYa Dotq "Do vrr e inc? in A ir"H
I ita Real Estate. Now is the time to invest; if you hold off for
lower prices you will be woefully disappointed. Prices are still
I daily advancing and will continue to do so.
For the Investor.
75 f et front on the corner of Tenth st. and Wabash Ave.
50 feet front on Main st. in Fairview addition.
1 acre in Perry j addition; good location and a Bargain.
75 feet front on corner of Emporia and Kellogg sts.
100 feet front on the corner of Emporia and Lewis st.
5ofeet front on Fourth ave. 4 blocks south of Douglas ave.
10 acres in Tarleton's 3d add, very cheap; suitable for sub
dividing. 37 feet front on Market st.; new house, 4 rooms.
We iiave some very fine Business Property
that we can sell-at Great Bargains.
1 Im e oponcl u first Jlav Lit ury Stable on South Water streol, next to the Doujlis Acmi cllutt!, viicrc
will bo found ilrst class Turn outs,
Now Ciiir!.ics nice DilWn? Hois?"?. E e? tiling new anl Ur5t class. Ghemeacall.
" r nf iSi1 UiU RELi uuii..r.
' 'ft Finest : Restaurant : in : Kansas.
V Ntl 8? mW &W9M M W ! we make a specialty or tkopicai. fruits
ifaSrl IOH. FJ ami MAIN Streets.
!S-US:ulflrS ! Cor- House, New Kiowa. Kan.
There are no newshoys in tlio City o Sles
ico. Tho papers are all sold by rromen, ho
hold ih"m oat to jisscrs-by, but never saj- a
Tho life of a beautif Si vrouiau L? ever mo
noloiioi'j:. Tlicro h a glaniour over her moat
Pictures are decorative, more so than f urni
lure. and iev never v.-car out!
A loilcrn Dcisiostliciic;.
ITugh Sainton Lcgare, of South Carolina,
was a yo-.l specimen of a cultivated orator.
Originally h:3 -v oico had been luu-bhand weak,
nhiloadofective shapa and ill proportioned
anus (on- cf which had been s'tiTeneil w ith
fcinallpox in lib youth) seemed to render it im
possible for him ever to Attain a graceful or
an expressive fTcstieulation. Yet, by a solf
trainij to .-mi tho famoiu: oue of Denios
thencr, wa almost nothing, ho vanviuishftl
thece formidiblo disadvantage:. By tho
prae'i'eof everything that could stiengthcn
his ut tor .nee, givo him tho command of its
modulations and improve ls wholo enuncia
tion, ho absolutely created liimself a vcico tho
most powerful and one of tho m t perfect I
had ever heard. It bec:i:no clear, musical,
delicato and true in its most minutest intona
tions, wlule, hi its mora vehement bursts of
sound, it grevicsrablo of liilhig tho largest
hall with thunde: ing tones, to v. hieh wo havo
of ton felt tho walls of a legislature ring and
lie overcame, hi lic maimer, or contrived
to hide. hN bodily defects, so as to attain a
command of gesture quito sufficient to second
tho beautiful recitative of his voicoand tho
play of features unusually striking a noblo
and commanding countenance, full of intel
lect and passion, and fit to mirror all that tho
glow of hi eloquence could express. Sir.
Legare was United States charge des affaires
at Brussels f rem 1S33 until 1SSG, and was ono
of tho most popular diplomatic representa
tives our country has ever had at that re
fined court. Appointed attorne- general by
John Tyler, ho accompanied him when wo
went to Boston to attend a celebration of tha
battlo of Bunker Hill, and was taken ill,
dying thero on tho 23d of Juno, lC4o. Ben:
x t a.-4am ,-.. Trr nrv KX in nnr flr.vnr nnnfc
ctl Iu Moulds or Eulk, prumitl filled.
V. X. DEAX.
A. II. MAXWELL, Notarj- I'ubUo.
DEAN I MAXWHL,
Real Estate Dealers.
We have property in evcrv ilclmblo IckmIUv In the ejtp: also a large list of Farm Property. By icallin
our ofllee pou tj.ni get our prices uj tee our property free of charge.
OI FICE:-KOOM 4 EAOLE KLOCK.
First stairw ay east of Wii-hlta X.n
DEAN & MAXWELL
j. n. noujDAY.
J. R. HOLLIDAY I CO.,
-" Successors to MAJOIt .t aiOLLIDAV. Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave., "Wichita, Kan.
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick
School house in connection. For further in
formation call at 6 1 1 S Market st.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel Mortgages and City Property.
IN SMALL OR URGE AMOUNTS.
SHOET TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES
Wichita Banking Co.
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
BANK OF WICHITA.
Corner Douglas and Lawrence Avenues.
W. P. BOBEfSOX, President.
J. B. SLATER, Cashier. OLTVKB SUCK, Vlce-frecidear.
W. P. EOBINSOK, OLIVER DUCK. F. W. WILSOX. JAMES Q. FISH, W. I DUCK.
O. D. BARNES, B. H. BOYS, FIKLAY BOSS, A. L. HOUCK, W. P. ROBUfSON,
OLIVBR DUCK, JAMES O. FISH, F. W. W1LSOX, W. L. DUCK.
J. H. SLATER, H. M. DUCK.
FOURTH NATIONAL BAKE, Kew York. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL BANK, St. Loo!, Ho.
BANK OF KANSAS CITY, Kansas City, Mo.
General Banking Business. Respectfully solicit a share of your patronage.
Kansas National Bank.
No. 134 MAIN Street.
CAPITAL, PAID UP,
Loans Money at Lowest Rates.
Issues Sight Drafts on all Parts of Europe.
Buys and Sells Government and Municipal Bonds.
Pays Interest on Time Deposit
H. W, LEWIS, President, T. W. JOHNSTON, Cashier.
C. E. FRANK, Assistant Cashier
J. L. DYER, SAMUEL HOUCK, ROBERT E. LA7RENCE.
H. YT. LEWIS. T. VT. JOHNSTOX, C. E. FRANK. A. A. HYDE,
SOL H. KOHN, President.
A. W. OLIVER, Vloe-Presldent.
M. XT. LEVY, Cashier
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK,
(Successors to Wichita BvK. Organized 1872.)
Paid-;ip Capital, - - $125,000.
Surplus. - - $25,000.
S. H. KOHX,
A. W. OLIVER,
W. B. TUCKER,
K. VT. LEVY, S. T. TUTTLE, N. F. NIEDERLAKDff
JOHN DAVIDSON, J. C. RUTAN.
DO A GENERAL BANKING, COLLECTING AND BROKERAGE BUSINESS.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange bought and sold. U. S. Bonds of all de
nominations bought and sold. County, Township and
Municipal Bonds bought.
J. O. DAVIDSON, Pf es.
C. A. WALKER, VlcePres.
JOHN C. DEPJ3T, Cashier.
Paid-up Capital, - - $200,000
Stockholders Liability, - - $400,000
Largest Paid-Up Capital of any Bank in the State of Kansas.
C. U. MILLER, A. R. BITTING. II. O.LEE, S. L. DAVIDSON.
W.E. STANLEY, J.O.DAVIDSON, JOHN T. CARPENTER.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Have for sale, on line of WICHITA & COLORADO RALLROA l
north-west of Wichita, town lots at new towna of
MAIZE, 9 Miles from WICHITA.
COLWICH, 14 "
Trains are now running regularly on Railroad from Wichita tj
These towns are in the best portion of
Sedgwick County, Kansas.
United States, County, Township and Muni
cipal Bonds Bought and Sold.
I!. LOMBARD, JR., President.
J. 1'. ALLEN, Vice President.
L. D. SKINNER. Cashier,
VT. II. LIVINGSTON, Assistant Cashlci
STATE NATIONAL BANK.
(SUCCESSOR TO KANSAS STATE BANK.)
C. L03U3AUD. Jr., J. P. ALLEN, JOHN B. CAREY, KOS. HARRIS, J. M. ALLEU.
L. D. SKINNER. .PETER GETTO. VT. F. GREEN, P. V. IIEALV.
GEORGE E. SPALTON.
KATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC, New York,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Kansas City,
NATIONAL BAI.'IC OF AMERICA. Chlcass.
BLACKSTONE NATIONAL EANK, I!osJo
a LOMBARD, feR.. President.
JAMES L. LOMBARD Vice-President, i
Lombard Mortgage Co.,
IN KANSAb blrtlr: Bftft. doiLUIuG.
Money on hand. No delay wnen security and
and title are good. Sates as low as
'CALL AIn'D SlillLl US.-O
S. S. KING, Secretary.
J. A. TALMADGE CO.
Wholesale aid Retail Dealers
230 North Main Street.
We are ITow Open With the Largest Stock of
Crockery, China Glassware,
Lamp Goods and Rich Fancy Goods.
To be Found West of the Missouri River, j
We respectfully solicit an inspection of onr stock and guaran
tee as low prices as can be found la the state for the same class of
Maps of Towns and Prices can bo had as hMroinnfter sot forth
At Wichita, call on N. F. Nioderlander or Koa Harria;
At Maize, call on H. LondenBlager;
At Oolwich, call on Ooc. W. Steenrodr
At Andale, Call on Bank of Andale.
T. H. Randall and W. S. Mackie. for Mt. Hope lo1.
At Haven, Call on Ash & Cnarus'
At Eimen call on J. A. Moyer. ' '
THE "EAGLE CO." HAVE ALSO FOR 8ALS LOTS N
"Junction Town Company" Addition
This Addition is at junction of Ft. Bcott and W. & O. Railroade
one-half milo west of Eridtfoon Big Arkansas river, and arc very
desirable lota. Street cars are now in operation, connecting thia
Addition with the east side of tho river.
JOHN S. COZINE.
COZINE & RIDDELL,
KEL ESTATE AC3-JC3STTS.
City Proyerty and Farms for Sa!e-.-Rents Collected and Taxes Paid.
Correspondence Solicited. Business Promptly Attendedto
156 N. MAIN ST. - WICHITA, KANSAS.
Price List cf this Addition can.be peen by callinyon:
P. O. SMYTH SON8, Wichita. KOS HARRIS, Wichita.
N. P. NTKDKRT.ANDMB, " P. V. HEALY,
ANGLO-AMBRIOAN Loan Oftc. O. MARTINBON,
Raaidect on amid Addition