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THE WILD ROSE'S INVITATION.
Clasp roe, O coatliA.'inJ, about with thins arras;
Leva mo with kiss tact hida in Ihj lips;
Eafo on tbv throbbing heart, Eootiiad by tba
balm3,
Love's Joagiag tenJcrncss orer vaz slips
Bwinj; .3 and 3,7 mo an J tenderly sins;
Fan my faint lip3 with thy liTo-giving breath;
Kept from tbo nectar thy kisses trill br.ns
I must surrender iny beauty to death.
Lingering, loitering, vrhy do you wait!
I am as fair and as fond a3 of yore.
Hasten, I pray, for the day growcth Late;
Twilights Eoft shadows creep round me onco
moro. Brooklyn Magazine.
A TYPE-SETTING MACHiNE.
Description of Its OpcratlonA Practical
Test The Kesudt.
A Jaro number of peoplo visited Colt'3
nrmorr the ether day to witness tho operation
of tho "machine invented and dcvolped by Ur.
Joseph Thorn, tv hieh sot3 and dutnbutes typo
nt a great pace, and vrhich has had a practical
tost of more than a year in New York vrhero
Kivcral liavo been steadily in uso during that
timo. TLo machine looks liko a roun 1 tov.-cr
with a 1 board in front end shelves at tho
ride. The operator plays on the key.;, and type
carried out V) a trough and on to tho
rhclf v.L'VO tho proeecsion of pieces of rcrtal
is cut r.t nil. rrals, each correspondins to tho
length of a l:n Hero another operator
justMes Ih- matter, that h, takes out or puti
in spaces to make tho -.rords come at proper
distanc ? from each other and tho typo exact
ly fill the l:ne. "While thl is going on other
typo is b ing distributed. To understand
thisitisneceiary to go back to tho upright
cylinder first mentioned. This is mado in t.vo
parts, on? revolving abovo tha other, and
each having ninety vertical grooves in vrhich
tho type lests. Each groovo in the louver
cylinder, which L stationary, has riJge?
within it which correspond to tho projecting
tumblers in a lock, thosi in each groovo being
different from those in any other. Each typo
ha3 corresponding notches cut in it, bko
wards on a'steel key, and tho arrangement ia
euchthat tho typo fa'b from the upper re
volving cylinder only when it3 notches cor
respond to tho wards in a groovo of tho lowor
cylinder over which it is passing. Xovrby a
simplo arrangement a wholo lino of typo n
thrust into the upper cylinder. Tiu3 :z re
volving fast and when tho lowest typo finds
Its appropriate groove in tho lower c. lindor
it drops Lito it. Then the ono just abovo it
goes through tho .same performance and than
tho next, end eo on.
There i; an ingenious arrangement by
which tho typo that 13 set is got into a trougli.
Tho motion of tho key simply throws them
oat horizontally. TL3riall on mound platoa
littlo larger than tho bottom of tho cylinder
In ono of whovj grooves they liavo beo.i rest
ing, and its motion throws them out against
its circumference vhcre at a Lertain point
thcyaro shunted into tho trough and o on to
their final place.
Tho machLi" was voi king nicely and was
said to rt at tho rate of 1,003 cms an hour,
1,000 being fast woik for a man. A book
printed froai typj "Kit by tho machino wai ex
hibited coitus certainly a a cry creditablo
picco of -..ork. llartfcnl L'ourant.
THE PASSION FOR CAM BUNG
Raid to J5o on ths Increase In lUo SXc
troitRlib V.liat .Shall Via Do."
Tho passion for gambling :.fuic'ut every
grado of New York's population. In tho
hotels the scullion? below stairs, the porters
who shoulder monstrous tnmlis and bhiuo
your boots, the waiters in tho dining hall, tho
newsboys at tho stationery count n the gonial
cleik in tho office, tho 'artiste'' in tho bar
and tho hospitablo ijroprieJor himself bet in
discruniuutely and constantly on oveiything,
from a steplo chaso to a raco bet v. eon snails.
While belting is the commonest and most cpen
f onn of gambling hero it must not I13 forgotten
th it ovory known dovico is cmploj'odlo tempt
tho thousands who nro tainted with tho divaso
for gambling has really boconu tlie.mo3t
troublcsonio malady tliat i.illict? tho body
social in tho country's commercial capital.
A well known journalist of tho city said to
mo tho other evening, whib chatting in tho
private oUico at V"allacks thcatro: 'dn Nciv
York gambling has practically killed moat
other formi of homo amusement, l'okcr
is tho rago in private circles. Why, it is liardly
ere litiblo, 3'et I personally know it to bj truo
that for months past pokor has nlisorlxxl up-
lov.i sociotj v mo oiciusiou 01. mi oi uiiary
pleasures. It has coma to tho point that as
toon as tho cloth is removed after dinner out
coma the cards and chip? and tin long sessions
begin. Dig money is on and lo-t m arhto
cratlo homes whnro tho women, tspecill3,
play 7ilh a i-cokle; desperation suiiiasing
belief. '-Cut then what aro yoa going to do
about it? Ilvcrybody gambles hero 111 ono
form or olVr, and tho mildness is fjirea'Vi ig
1101 th w:ird with every new rason. It i-, a
mildew that is fast rotting away the fn a 'a
tion of s,oe:ety. Thsrb is only ono remh for
it; lot womf,n .sot Uieir faces against it i:i pri
vate honi"3 mako it unfashionable up town
an 1 yi e tliall mMii see a hraithy change. Will
they do Hi Well, hai-dly over, for when tho
woman of Now York starts her toboggan she's
going to the bottom of tho slide or break her
neck." Co wise, O Gotham! or it shall bo mora
tolerable for tlu laud of Sodom 1:1 tho day of
judgement than for thee. Now York Cor.
Detroit Free Pkns.
Ucttluj; on the Uslituini;.
Tiio other evening, i hen a storm was at its
height ami lightning was playing tag acrcsa
tho black tky, thrcojoungnien of a neigLboi
ing city climbed up into tho loft of a tele
phone oftic-e. Tho switch boards and annun
ciators wrre bjins manipulatoil b- m nbb
boys. Uluo "snaVks woro jumping from point
toixlnto: thabirj switch lward?, and scores
of drop-. .cre constantly ratthng down
ngaint the urass ral? of tly annunciator
frames. The boys ivcro very busy jmshing up
lcal drops, sjid tho pui 1 little at tort ion to
tho ont-of-tcvn indicators Inch are crranpe.1
on the front of cabinet s suppoi tel hy rev m
machino tables. Theae drop; were all down,
and tho visitors i-cpla-wl thorn and stood wait
ing to ta them fall aam. Naau street
(NcwYcrk) cat do.vn at the first flash, and
before tho sir," 3a ajun i'lmnhntod, Kliza
ixAh. Newark, and 1'aterso.i went rattling
down. Siriug stioet anil John street fell
tiniultaneonslj dun'i" tho next ten second-,
and Orange tg n- tnmbling after.
; lien the drop? .ero replaced one of thoJ
youug men renu.-ked that the Hiiz:ilth drop
was doing more f illrig than any other drop.
Each of tho others thought that a particular
drop on Ins table woald bo llrt to go do.vn,
and they boga to back their opinion with
dimes. The coins v. ere laid on the cabinets
over the favorite drops, and th o backer waited
patient! for a Hash of lightning to hit their
particular wires and cuncli them. Uetting
vas lively for half an hour, and it was ob
served that tho-smart youth who lt on wires
entirely to tho east of ths oilico w on nearly
all of tho mouy, and it was found af torward
that the storm paaed over in that da'cetiou.
New York Sun.
ilarshall Field, the Chicago merchant, iys
$1,200,000 a year m customs duties to tho gov-
omment.
House for nn EartlKjuaka Country.
Ono of the safest houses for an earth
quake country would bo a ono-storied,
strongly framed timber house, with n
light llattish roof inado of shinglt3 or
sheet-iron, tho wholo resting on a quan
tity of cast-iron bails carried on flat plates
bedded in the foundation. Tho chimneys
might bo made of sheet-iron crrried
through holes free of tho roof. The orna
mentation ought to be of light natcriaL
The Argonaut
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W. L. McBEE
Sedgwick County Abstractor.
' AK?' 4Jb CHC'ChOMSVrr.a TnCUgAHDS MORE IN TOE VVOSYS CgTKEWES-rgj t?rt?&-.
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I am preparsd to offer to Investors some Bare Bargains in Wich
ita Real Estate. No-- is the time to invest; if you hold off for
lower prices you -will be voef ally disappointed. Prices are still
daily advancing and will continue to do so.
Below is a Partial List of our Bargains and Sure to make Big Money
For the Investor.
75 f ot front oatao cDrn3r of Tenth st. and Wabasn Ave.
60 f e3t front on Main st. in Pairview addition.
1 acre in Perry 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.
60 feet front on Fourth ave. 4 blocks south of Douglas ave.
10 acres in Tarleton's 3d add, very cheap; suitable f orsub
dividing. 37 feet front on Market St.; new house, 4 rooms.
"We have some very fine Business Property
that we can sell at G-reat Bargains.
0. BUGBEE-:-LIVERY.
;!aveor.MXMliwIrjijI.i, Uverz Stable on S nth Water strojJ, nj-st t3 t!ioDaj;l.w AcauoUjtel, where
m 111 hi found llnt el.iss Turn out1?,
N'cw r irrli ;e3 n!co DrU In Hornes. F. erytlilajnew and flnt cli3S. Ol e rae a call.
O. BUGBEE.
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V. . DEAN.
DEAN I MAXWELL,
Real Estate Dealers.
We liavo property In werr deslrabo locality In the dtp: also a Isrgo list of Farm Property. By mnr
ourofiicopoucangetour prices and seo our property free of charge.
O lar6tetUTTvIois"o'rWlcliItQNa;loiiatB'vnc. DEAN & MAXWELL'-
j. n. nompAY.
J. R. H0LLIDAY 1 CO.,
Wiahita Grocery,
Successors to MAJOR & EOLLIDAY, Dealer la
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave., "Wicliita, Kan.
ZIMMERLY'S ADDITION.
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 611 S Market st.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel Mortgages and City Property,
IN SMALL OR URGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST BATES,
Wicliita Banking Oo.
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
DW
GANDOLPO CAFE.
SFinest : Restaurant : in : Kansas.
"' 1VE MAKE A RPECI VhTY OF TKOPICAI, KIICIT3
AND R.vr.E CONFECTIONS.
:V(OR.Fl'-- and JLVIN Street!.
Vj'O O.VNDOIO & KOSSI. Proprietors.
Cmntn House, New Kiowa, Kan.
J3TN. B.-Ordcr? for ICE CREA3I In any flayer pack
ed In Jloulds or Bulk, promptly filled.
A. II. 3I.VXWELL, Notary Public
O. WILED"
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
ALDRICH & BROWN,
Who
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street,
J. E. JOHNSTON,
Heal Estate and
Investor S of S Capital
Business Lots and Sub-Dividing" Aere
Property a Specialty.
CTRAlTGrEIlS visiting tlie city with a view of investing, will find
it to their interest to call at Eoom ITo. 1, IToole Block, Corner
Douglas and Topeka avenues, and see plats of the Three Inside
Additions, all of which are within ten minutes walk from the
Business Center.
Sole Agent for these Additions.
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FOR SALE
Improved and Unimproved City Property
on the best improved streets in the city.
Lots on the inside on street car lines and in
outside additions. Suburban lots on the east
side in Maple Grove addition.
Business lots and business blocks for sale
at special bargains. Several fine tracts near
the city for sub-dividing and plating.
.Improved farms and grass lands in all
parts of the county; also ranches in this and
adjoining counties.
All parties wishing to buy would do well
to call and examine my list before buying
elsewhere.
W. A. THOMAS,
The Oldest Real Estate Agency in Wichita.
K7. S. COflBETT. President. J- U- BL-VCE. Secretary and Trcaarir
K. HESS. Vice rrcsIJeut.
WICHITA
Wholesale Groeer Company
Nos. 233 and 235 North Main St, WICHITA, KAN.
TO THE
LAKGE
Spring.:.. Work .:. at .:. Cost.
We will offer for next thirty days ourveryiargestoclcof Spring
work, consisting of one very fine "Vis-a-Vis, one 12-Passenger
Hack, a numher of fine Carriages of different styles, also Surrys,
Phsetons, Buggies, and Spring wagons in great variety,
AtlCost in Our Repository.
This is no advertising scheme, out anoticeto tho people, made In
good faith, in order to dispose of a very large stock before the close
of the season We will, to accommodate persons who are not quite
ready to buy. take a small payment down and hold goods for a few
days. "Will also take good notes on reasonable time.
Now is Your Chane
To get a good vehicle at cost. Come early whiiolthere is a large
stock to select from. Remember the place,
KELLY, ALEXANDER I RAHN,
123 MABKET STREET
OHIO & WESTERN MORTGAGE AND TRUST CO,
CAPITAL, $100,000.
Farm Mortgages, Interest at Low Rates, No Delay.
ACT AS TRUSTEES TOR COKPORATTOX3. CO rARTSTEISOnPS. ESTATES A:D INDIVIDUALS.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
DAVID UOKSO ZVL, Veesctext. Toledo, Ohio. JAKES J. HOBISOX. ScKSTiar.
OPFICSj 127 IMI-A-IIISr SIZ,S.S3I'Z,
CASKETS, R08ES, GLOVES, CRAPE, FTC.
Hare two ire bcare A prtrat" trlephosc direct to "Wichita Ccreetcrr- OSSre alwax opes on DotjU
avecs. T lchlta. Earsis. roaipt attention to order by Telegraph.
C A STAFFORD.
STAFFORD
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Office south side Douglas ave, 2d stairway w of Lawrence.
EEXP.T
WICHITA ICE
Will deliver ICE to any pan of the City.
Order by mail or give orders to drivers of onr -ons.
e ani Retail Drifflsts,
WICHITA, KAN.
PUBLIC!
STOCK OP
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H. W. KENDLB,
PUEKSAL -:- DIRECTOR.
M And Dealer ta
Wood, Cloth and Metalic Burial Cases
T. V. CIXC
& CLEGG,
CHAS.EOIT.
COMPANY,
Philadelphia Store
Comer Douglas
SPECIAL -.- SALE
THIS WEEK.
200 Pair all Wool
Scarlet Blankets at
&Q.50 Per Pair.
Worth Fully $5.
'or This
A. KATZ.
S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and Market St.
C. O. DAVIDSON, rrcjlilcn:1
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $(50,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in tho
State
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS It V!. Northwest)
Corner Hair, btrect end Douglas Atomic. J
BUY LOTS IN
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These Lots are close to the City Limits, and are lying between Central we
and Second Street, cast of town. These lots are for sale on cheap
and easy terms No college, Union depot or machine shops
are to be built on tftem For terms apply at
BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STC RE
110 DOUGLAS AVE.
( ESTABLISHED IS lS7f.
p? ' I J&k.
im fSSL-,
2vTjrz,i35,s:ojfs ids jjstid ctro?xJs
Eonzfctand Sold on Corainls3lon. lilberal advanceinends madj
on consignments. Everything gnaranteed a3 repra33nted. Auction
sales daily. , .... , n
0. B. ST0CKER,
DAIXP. IS
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Mantels, E I Pire Clay.
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Grates, B S r!re5-.c,
MAXBJJE- DUST, s WHITE ' SAXD LATH
Unie, Hair, 27er York and Michigan Plaster.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
av. and Market St.
Week Only
K. S. CATES, Examiner. H. W. GII.JIA:.', VIco-ITw . Ko)iu. N. n
WICHITA, KANSAS.
-:- Second -:- Addition
H, L, mill, rrcpneior.
V Ichita, Kansas
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