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glxe Wfftitott iaift fgafidje: fgfctoag gHcruiiio, 3?o;uemfor 19. 1886.
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W. L. Mc
Whcn rolb tho broad InJIus, and Katare rrclinca
Wliilo stratvbemes redden on tropical vines:
When; noldcn globes follov. tho oranps's blccta,
And lemon trees blossom where cp.ccs porfun:e;
"Where poppies bloom xvd and the LI in fear
Turns pale at the siqat in the aie of Cashmere,
VTo plucked the nch melon whose green beauty
The languorous coul with its emerald spheres.
Vhen cloudlets of April their showers distal,
And zephyrs of Jlay s'jip o'er valley and hul,
Vv'hen soft nights of Juno with an odoroub sigh
DL-solvc in dtrets at the dawn of Jul,
"When wtlterras August in rubicund iro
iTts over the dark Laves ha ashs of Gre.
Then Chloe com- tnpn.ng with jolly delight,
In ebony limpii.s and ivory w hitj;
Comes fad.a with preen globes of exquisite wine,
Of beauty bucolic and intago divine.
O, luscious perfection of f raita;je, how dear
To all hearts of childhood j our memories are.
Vlit clones expectant can over compare
Vjih thy npe completeness to nch and oo rare?
Come, Chloc. no- Uouribh the glittering steel.
Just Lear ho'..- it cracUes as if it could feel
'I he erquisite iain of a heart that is leal.
In luscious r sponse to our thirsty apinsaL
I-1 other lands boat of their sunnier climes,
Of olives and figs, pomegranates and limes;
But giv me the land where the apple trees lcnd
XVu l lruits 1 .ushng red as the vjb&Ui descend.
V"Lil o' i.r the l...!ock the mt-lon me trails
In Ik 1 Is l.non a of boyhood, whose fortitude fails,
Vrinn tv.ught and moonlight too temptingly
V.I. r .oodlcU begin and the rail fences end.
O 1 t in" in t ever thy sweetness forget.
For t v. agv.s of conscience caue tears of regrrt,
111 lips may be scorched by tho Liss of red wme,
Let li ;ht eyes will tparUc when recalling thine.
Vli-t trei.iors of horror, what showers of blss,
Gives sadness m tht, but gives gladness in this.
11 S. Hopkins in Courier-Journal.
SWINDLING WESTERN VILLAGERS.
A Schcmo "U'liich is Successfully Worked
i:i Illinois Country Towns.
TIu v.ays of iaa!;in-;i living: rnc a.s multi
fai ions aslhe i aid to h'.avui, and 1112113' of
tiii'iia.-e as unorthodox. A icportcr camo
across an ingenious .sjlitnio the other day,
which v. as iJcmg v.orfied with considerable
sii 'vi v- 1:1 tno country towns of Illinois.
Four n-Hows composed the business partner
fch.p. Some bright morning thc3' descend
ujkhi tho peaceful tommy ullage and toou
tlio blrecta aro Hooded with circulars an
nouncing that Piolc-vsoi John Smith v. ill de
liver a kvtuio that evening on "The Shaken.,
thr'ir lehgion, habit and peculiarities"
'Litre 13 iiotlimg nev. in the idea of a lecture,
but the circular goes on to 533' that the lec
turer w as adopted at an early ago ly tills
peculiar ieopl'', and linally became- an elder
among them; that a genuine Shaker dance
wnl be pcrfoiined, ai:d tliat Professor Jones,
Brown and Ilobinvm nnexci'llcd artiits ui
thor v.aj will sing plantation mdodies,
Tbii i- quite in the beaten track; but
the lLial announcement catches :dl eye.
Prizes will be given to tho lazie&t mail, tho
pntticst girl, llit moit jKipular warned wo
man a:.d I he homeliest man, the pi lies to bo
uw aided accoidmg to the pojwiar ote at ten
cento a vote. Of cour-e e erybody tui us out,
including the.--jrr.ing men with their best
guL 'J lie lecture i stuff cribbed fi 0111 the
ei V3 clopaxtia, the ShaLt r dance is a traveMy
oil air, thing 111 tl.o heavies above or tho
cirlb leiifath, and the plantation melodies
ni 111 1 much i Kilter.
TIkii comes, the voting. Tho cheap, showy
pnrt aix exhibited fioin the platform, whcio
ciistanc-e lends eiiel.antmcNt. So:uo cnthasi
abtic uth casts a vote for a village belle.
AnotLci chap staits a rival leaut, and tho
cunt t grows interring. At this junctuio
")V 1 vd iage loaf c r, hnvd for tho pmioo l3
lb' 1 tin er and hi- partner, ste-ps up and
en. t"; a heat y vot for a colored woman. This
l.noi-i. the brys S1H3' for a :ment and then
tlif 3 join forceps and pitxv .1 to ouUote tho
lat st (audidatolorpopulaiuj. The upshot of
the irnttcr is thai theeohvul woman islxian,
but om altr the 1oys have exjK.nded their
a.t ui'iie. The pnre aie tlwn uwanled and
for a SU cent album the schemers take in
anv. hero from Oio-iO 1:1 dimes, to say
nothing of J he oto on the other pnCo. Of
court- tb-y !of n: tune 121 getting out in
tnu Thocoiuiti3' boy mn3' be slow to seo
that he has Irvii vi tiniiAl, but when hLs
ey aiv ope'iicd iie is aj)t to ute vigorous
mea ant , and the lecturer and In-, pai tncrsare
"Will aw are ol the fact. 2s'est day the tamo
Iiror.iinme 1 . lvjioatcxl in another town, and,
lairing a rough exieilenee now and then,
when their scheme is seen t hi ougli, the quar
tet make an easv-and comfortable In mg.
Chicago Ti lbur.e.
13ow 'Vl!:iiiie; J.ost : Cit'ren.
When Wninnvg was at the height of its
boom, moil y wa- so plentiful that even a
Kor man can khI a big roll of bills carelessly
stuffed into hi; pocket, and the denomination!)
ivtioa. oltn huiuheds as lower. A toung
111111 01 ilmneapoh-, conveited his pioicit3
iufX) c- h !::! tai ted for the 1101 thern llldo
rado, reacluug theix) with the sum of ?11 .-,
the Mini of Iih w orldl3 ixisksioiis. To beep
tip up;cai aucei he bad Email bills changed
int j on &I0J note, and w nipping thL mound
the 1 est start d out to "cut a splurge." With
a part3 of quondam fi iends bo strollcnl into
asaloo.i and "set 'em up'' lor tho crowd.
Then. 11:1:11111 Ifiil of contingeneicf., be osten
tation ly pulled the big bill off the 1 oil and
laid 1 on tho lar. Tioui the attendant:
'Have 'o.i nothing smaller?"'
'Sony, no Dut it 3'ou can't change it I'll
hand ou the amount nest time rmii!,":uid
Ann i us reached out for the bill.
TLc bai ten ler quiet I3- toix1 the notointwo
and handed back half, sing:
"V hen 3'ou come in and pav for the driulcs
i'Dti';! get the rest."'
Vt mnipeg lost a citiaen next dn Slliinc
nix' -, Journal.
Or. Ktii'- Salsnna ldu-try.
In t'lvgon tho catehing and canning of
si' . tmplov" 'J.000 w'site men in various
ca ..a. It cmpk)3si.500 Chinese. It ein
l .i rteen tugs and eamboats, rnd makes
bu ft i- a half a dozen iu iv cumlovctl
n . . . ly 1.1 tho rralTL- of tho nvcr. Itcm
1 '. , i 1 It--, hua Irods of boutmaLcre, ssiil-
11 -sar.diKt v.oacrs. It u tho basi of
tbj 1 -oicnty oC the city of Astoria, and at
tra.s imuh of our fori i-n eoaunercc In
due.. 33, iio bcneCts reov-a ovcr- b-aness and
near!, ver3' person m ta.- state of Orcrton.
Thd rtaiathis toaso:i1s inn of snliinn
lcatl' Ihe Oregoaian to i-ound this note of
w..rn.i ': "ihe neceitj' of taking Mens to
kc nu.i thosalmon Mi'olv is now EMroihnii
ever apaivnt. It u a necessity that cries
ak 11 . v e caa..o go on uracil longer lcap
uigwL re we do not sow. In a few more
ver , it notning is don?, tae annunl salmon
-uns wi.l ceaoo, and an nulatrv whuh brines
nt 1 1 j;e slat iaa tear nearly SJ,CJi,C00 of
on.-aniai'ne", widuieout. Llncjigo Ilei-aliL
lli'sia: a Good Cl:a:icc.
'JcL'i," said tae wiicofa D.iko-Ut sottlor
Irhet. h cmne i.oaie from a trip to town, "old
IJi l d 1 v Lis: '"
"Vel., ('-at'. ,'il I 'Jovreil when I turned
im 1 i' 1 liCura iho otner aav that it
CU a . i i
!'- winter I! have to shoot
- J - to l:ec; a boas when it gets
1 as ho was. He 'jwared extra
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.iuv in that way some Chicago
a. a and shot lam by miMahe.'
L ' Weil, that's blame smart!
. a jet for hun"
1 . n itvas all riht, that vvo
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G.. .- i.-.- .-.woman, don't vou know
)tL.a' Vt . m blazes didn't jou WA 'cm
nu.'uri- .a buy h8 aad wnth Cl.'Jt
cx.t f i j. ' ais as if women never Lad
lr. . i liVra anyhow! You imht
1st i. v hitaiBi tnat, ie was a iiKKX.eu
I S3 an I taat r Lusband was county saen2
.d t a tlJof good, honast money f
l.teliaie (D.T UelL
Have for tale, on line ot WICHITA & COLORADO RAILEOAl
oorth-weet of Wichita, town lots at new townt of
MAIZE, 9 Miles from WICHITA.
COLWICH, 14 " WICHITA
MTHOPE, 26 ' "
Trains are now running regularly on Baxlsoad froia Wichita tc
These towns are in the fyest portion of
Sedgwick County, Kansas.
Maps of Towns and Prices can be had as hereinafter eot forth :
At Wichita, call on N. P. Niederlander or Koa Harris;
At Maize, call on H. Londenslager;
At Oolwich, call on GbO. W. Steenrod;
At Andale, Call on Bank of Andalc.
T. H. Randall and W. S. Mackie, for lit Hope lots.
A Haven, Call on Ash 5: Cnarles
At Elmer, call on J. A. iili-yev.
P. G. SMYTH & SONS, Wichita. KOS HARRIS, Wichita.
M. P NIEDKRLANDER, " P V. HEALY, "
NGLO- AMERICAN Loan Office. O. MARTINSON,
R --idMrit on said Additfo
"Junction Town" Addition to Wichita !
This addition lies west of the city of Wichita, a 'd immediately
adjoining the Fifth ward m said city. "West Douglas avenue runs
through the center ot the addition, and in the fuiure growth of
Wichita the lots on West Douglas avenue must become
BUSINESS LOTS !
This addition was placed on the market in February 1886, and
out of 700 lots there are only
Of this addition to which the attention of those seeking investments
is directed :
FIST. Their d is higher ihan any part of the City on th
east s de by at kast 15 feet, and the entire drainage is to
the Big Arkansas Rivr.
SE ,0ND.--Ga'fH'd U iversitv, tip. Shk Christian ("Vle
t r-u'ldin wtrch, whe omp et-'d, will cost over $100,000
lies i meiiLvelv south of the additi.n.
TH KD.i-Tliu C tholic sorielv ae buiid'ng a college im
meriii'e' vjst of ths addkio the tostofwhi h will be
S'OO 000, and this plant is to be aJded ;ofon year t
FOURTH, Th, Missouri acifi ' R. R. will in chor time
pl5c shoos on the addit'um, and a de:o of W. & C. and Ft.
Sco't R. R wiil be piacd o This ad ittion inside of 30 days
FIFTH. The new Fifth Ward School building is completed, the cost
of which is $1 5,000.
SIXTH. The street cars reach this addition, making it only 10
minutes time from west side to corner of Mam st. and Douglas ave.
SEVENTH. The fair ground lies immediatejy north of the addition.
LASTLY. The addition is booming itself, and the facts prove it.
The west side of the river is on top. AH other additions are being
bolstered up by PURE WIND. "WINDY WIND." The investments or,
the west side are booming the addition.
F. G. SMYTH, SR. P. V. HEALY.
KOS HARRIS. W N. F. NIEDERLANDER.
GARISON & HOBSON. ANGLO AMERICAN CO.
HUSEY & KRGENERT, E. H. DEVORE & CO.
Sedgwick County Abstractor.
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IGUI s s LulQiu
I a,m prepared to offer to Investors some Rare Bargains in "Wicb
ita Real Estate. Now is the time to invest; if yoa hold off t or
lower prices you will be woefully disappointed. Prices are still
daily ad vancing 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 3t froi'3 onth corner of Tenth st. an 1 Wxbash Ave.
50 feet front on Minn st. in Pairview addition.
1 acre m Peny j addition; good location and a Bargain.
75 feet front on comer of BupDnaanJ K3llosts.
100 feet front on the corner of E.nporia and Lewis st.
5ofeet front on Fourth ave. 4 blojss 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 have some very fine BLisiness Property
that we can sell at Great Bargains-
I liave openeI ,t llrst aK I.iver St !)'' m S mf'i i r-"l, ,- t tau 1 mi i Viuue It -tel, whi're
'Vill b ' fnunil (lr-t oKn 1 urn nut-..
New CiUTiageH nice Driving llor&us. Kmtj tliiiKiiuw .mil flit o!in. OIvt rn u c ill
VT. . DEAX
'.iy;. SeSijT ' J7-N-. .-u r f
DEAN I MAXWRL,
Real Estate Dealers.
Ye Slave property lu pvery tlclrRW lvtallty In th eltp,
our iilJic ixu can yxl our prion ami
-rTICE ROOM F.A'lI.E HUCK.
Firtulr- rtu.1 of U'l-hlci Tjtionil
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AYE.
Street cars and large brick
School house in connection. For further in
formation call at 6 1 i S Market st.
J. R. HOLIDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
ALL GOODS "WARRANTED.
On Chattel MorUci?es
IN SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNib.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES,
Wicliita Banking Co.
116 "WEST DOUGLAS AV2NTFB.
Restaurant : in : Kansas.
JtAKE A SPECIALTY OF TROPICAL FItUIT
AND KAltK CONFKCTlON'b.
Mid MAIX Strwtfl,
GAM)OLKo A HOSSI. Proprlot r.
Urnnun Houc. New Kiowa. Kan. -
r ICP. CltEAM In any Bivor p?k
eI In Moutilsor HulW. promptly tlllei.
A. H. JIAXTTELL, NoUvrj TubUc.
aNo a lrr llt f Farrn "njif. By eallln?
see uur propvrty frp of chxre.
Rank. DEAN & MAXWELL.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave
and City Propcny,
A Regular Avalaneheo Goods
Oui- House is Too Small to Hold Our Immense Stock of
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks
We Will Make Cuts in Every Department
Until Stock is Reduced
NEW YORK STORE,
M. KOHN & CO.."
BUY LOTS IN
ler -:- it -:- Fisher's
These Lots are ciose to the City Limits, and are lying between Central Ave.
and Second Street, east of town These lots an; for sale on cheap
and easy terms No college, Union depot or machine shops
are to be built on them For terms apply at
BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STC RE
1 10 DOTOLAS AVK.
WE WANT AT ONCE
Some Large Mortgages -'-.
-:- From $5,000 to $20J0C0Each
ON BUSINESS BLOCKS MONEY NOW READY.
VIELE & SHEPARD, -
250 "North Main Street, Room 12. - - Wichita. Kansas.
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY.
FINE CRACKERS and PURE CANDIES.
418 and 420 E.V5T DOUL'VS AVENTTB.
Wichita City Holler
HUT KtlUSilKD 1S7C
-Mamuficvure the Following OIhrtJ nrimui-
rfvlPERIAL, Roller Patent; -WHITE ROSE, Extra Fancy,
X. L C. R., Fancy.
TTi- hTn1 hnt hn m h rnrtt-t nt r: nTth xml on1"" ' r"-. il tbr hr -
m-inl.lr r-(.ui ifl-. .-r.( tii.tu.iOKeu. luU) U.tl 1 lo .t; wiUHWi. V. c Ur njwsjr ln-i r-J-
OLIVER. TMBODKN & CO.
FRANCIS TiERNAN & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS OF
Water and Gas Works
( BSTAHUSiniD IN 1S70. )
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3oaghtaotl SoUl on Cotimtesloa. Uben.1 ad rnoenwodB bmui
oncoin-nenLB. &vryttia gu&r&nixX as represented. Aocslort
sales ciat!y. '
H L H 1 1 , Pr on-o-. -
0. B. ST0CKER,
T O Pfij
ft S 5lre Bricfc, uryTfflliff
.MAJUlLH- DCHT.' Willi K : AN h- i.A III
Lfene, Hatr, er York awl Uichiu Jr'jxer.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
A2rl1cr-w,"s,' Vficlri Asm
- rrm.nB ur-
Mil aaJ Elevator.
iscoiutsn .TKrv ir:
GIVEN TO CITIES IN KANSAS.
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