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A FAREWELL.
Farewell, farcv.ell, unhappy earth,
Tliat cannot see u.i t o as one;
And fnrcwcJ, hUy of little worth.
Till thou canst linn,; a brighter sun.
And wekome, Ocean! I cm thine,
Oh, touch me vnth thy l)itu.-r i.ias;
Give out, v ith vilJi r fane 's birth,
A na.l of iaes to anguish run
Oh, tal.c me to thy crystal breast
And lhar m Ik ncc a myriad miles.
Till thujear duth in the i.est.
And next ycdr m the Orient smiles.
Sin to me, bnn to me fairer dreams
Till so-ne reiv sun in heaven gl.-ama;
Till then 1 1 now uot jjoacef ul rest,
Unmarrtd by passion's sleeplesb vv lies.
And farewell, maiden, loved too well,
I fear, I hojy, I smile, I sih;
I Lear my pint's final knell,
I hear the joj btlb. in the s'.;v
Till sprm ac;ain ialh bared hi r feci
Out of her i inter v lading sheet.
Over the forest and oer the fell.
Through loveless countries wander I.
V. J Henderson.
N. F. N1EDERLANDER,
-i Lsta
Q I
III I
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Loans
DANGERS OF MATCH-MAKING.
Striking Kfl ft", of I.ong-Contiiiucrt Phos
phorus roisoniti The llcmedj.
In the imkin; of lucifer matches, the ends
of the wood, suitably duetl and split, are
dipped into a pito composed of pborphoi 113
and chlorate or nitiato of potash. Of coure,
there are the dangei - of explosion and acci
dental burns from these chemicals; in addi
tion, tho employes, chieily i omen and chil
dren, arc poisoned by 1 times of phosphorus.
Almost all of them are p-ile and badly iioji
ished; complain of piins in the stomaih and
th sjwp-iia, bile m my of them ha e a catarrh
of the stomach, Jung diseases cpcia!ly
catanhs and" consumption ac ficqncnt.
Socio mattli mantifactut ei - y that tlio 01 le
mon U-co'ik dull and htupil, and ho no
energy or "he.n t' m tlifir oi 1c
lh. ino-tsinkins ollt-ct of Jo'iEC-continucd
phos-phoi u poisoning u. to pi odine death of
portions of bone-, iait:eul.irly th.it of the ,
lower jaw 'ihLs disease- apj'.ir-, aftei tour
01 lie jfars' implojnn nt in thi- busnies,
and 10 or 1J per tint ot tho old hinds become .
thin allivteCl 'looth.iche is genera!! the j
fht thing w ron that is noticed, then pains I
m the fuce, swelling and tenderness of the
gtiins.enlaif;ed glnnd"., etc, 7 hen an a!sces5
form.-., winch dNchaigcs offensive mattei, :uil
toonei or latei it is disc overed th it a j art of i
the bone la dea.1 When the upper j iw 13
atrectod tho dtseaso is blow in its progress; m !
the lower one it runs a shm ter i mu-e ard is 1
attended bv moH'-uirermg II the dead loue
is iemod hv suigie.il opeiation, ieeoei 13
the lulu, while iio to '$ iier cent, of those 1
neglet t'"d die. I
To pie cut this painful and sometimes fatal I
disease, the nio-t 1 omplete ventilation ol the
v 01 l.in looms, p 11 titulaily near the lloor, '
tv hue the h-ay .ipoi sink foi atin.e,
should 1 enforced As the foui thoaindth
part of the ajor of oil of turiKristine in the .
air proveMls the gn mg oil' of phosphorus
vapors at oulm iry tmjH'ratuies, dilito con
taining tln- suhsJ.incc should be fiecly di5-,
twbuu-d about tho iloois of the looms Tho
English workmen i an smill tin Loes c or-'
tammg thLS oil suspended fioni then necks, 111
Older to prevent inhaling tho jxhsohoih
vapois Children should not lie permuted to
cngago in yiu-h empknment, and all cm
ploe- who hno nnpcifcKt teeth should bo
lejec ted. for the poison lHHjucntly gams en
trance to tho bone of the jaw thiough adc
fectivo tooth The so called "red phosphor
us" onl fchottld lo allowed 111 tho mnnufac
tui e of 1:1 it lies Tim ts nnn h moi o epensiv o
than thf ordm 1: y loi in, but it is not poison
oin 'lhe matches made fioni it lequuo to bo
mamifa' tured 111 a. httlo more caieful man
ner, but tho use of the ordmarv white phos
phorus should lx sti ictly prohibited b- lav
Cor. Globo D3moc1.1t
-- -Hs '.. r uicncm mnfV
niiuuui ."- 1
w-' jki nil '!fNi
i-?.JS--- -;l-a r ?6 rt-"- S,." -.- -il-2.5'.
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Ys?7&Sr&i A
(juLLtM
- HILL -
THE - FRONT.
Shaved by a Craj liarbcr.
Tho demented Rhode Island bai lci , t ho
cut tho thioit of .1 customer the othei lay,
tvi.ll have theeno"t of injuring histiatle if
nothing toi-vj happens to him I was s,ha
fid U that bailor on uumeioits otcasiuiLS,"
' said a Piovilenro merchant tho other day,
"and I thou;ht that he ai ted funn sometimes;
hut as that ls not unusual fo a barbel I
thought nothing moi o of it. Iticinbk to think
of what miht havo been tho conseijuences
had my tin oat Ikmjii cut in onu of his c rar ?
freaks " It is now said that it had been kno.Mi
for a long tnno tint tho baibjs bram was
disordered, and that a pb sk iisi had ad lstd
hu romov al to an a.s lum f 01 treatment. Still
he wa3 pei nutted to maiupulitu the razoi and
put men'i hves m dangei till at List ho made
a lctitn of an unfortunate fellow
It certainly pas.es understanding how any
body can justifv tho carelessness that penults
a crazv baibcr to nursue his calling And
yet I am told thnt one of the ' crack'' barbers 1:1 1
a well-known hotel m this city was for se en '
months an miiiato of an m-ano usylum 1lor
that public attention has Iwen dircetctl to this
matter it is probable that there w ill lc a lai go
number of ni"ii who -will pattern after tho
president and slim, e themselves The pi esident
boasts that he has not been sha ed by a bar
ber 111 tw cnty yoan, prefen mg to bha o Lim
sclf. The ci azv bai ber ami tlio fact that a
man v ho sh"v- es himself has been elected pi ev
ident are not su h things ns wnll improio
trade 111 tho barber ihois Alfred Trumblo
In lew York Xowh
Land
Small Lots.
One Acre Lots.
Two Acre Lots.
Five Aere Lots.
in any quantity on the Hillside and
Beyond.
s is the field for speculation.
lots on east Douglas and Washing
ton Avenues.
North Main and South Market.
choice residence lots on North
peka ave. very cheap.
BANK OF WICHITA.
Corner Douglas and. Lawrence Avenues.
Authorized Capital
Paici-Up Capital
J. G. FISH, President.
W. P. ROBINSON.
OFFICERS.
J. IL SLATER, Caihkr.
Directors.-
$20C,00G
$76,000
OUVER DUCK. Vte-o-I'na.Ident
OLIVKIt DUCK.
F. W. WILSON,
J. G. FIsH.
fi. L. DOCK
-Stockholders.-
0. D.BARXES R H.ROYS. FTVUY ROSS,
OLTVE P. DUCK. JA5TES G. FISH.
J. H. SLATER.
A. L. HOUSK.
F. W. WILSO.N
H. il. DCCK.
W.P.ROBINSON.
W. L. DUCK.
-Correspondents.
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK. New York. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL BANK. St. Louis. Mo
BANEO'K.VNSVSCITT. Kansas Cltj. M.
General Banking Business. Respectfully solictit a share of your patronage
Kansas National Bank.
No. 134 Main Street.
Capital Paid Up,
Surplus,
$100,000
$10,00o
Loans Money at Lowest Rates,
Issues Sight Drafts on all Parts of Europe,
Buys and Selis Government and Municipal Bonds
Pays Interest on Time Deposits
H. W. LEWIS, President,
Ck E. FRANK,
T.W.JOHNSTON, Cashier.
Assistant Cashier.
-DIRECTORS.
J L
. LEWlfc.
DY1.R,
SVMUEI. HOUCK.
T. W. JOHNSTON.
ROBFPT E. LAM ItU.CC
C. E. IKVNK. A A.
SOL II EOHN. iTfsldcnt.
A. W. OLIVER, lee President.
H. W. LEV, Cashier
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK.
Successors to Wichita Bank, Organized 1872.
Paid-up Capital,
Surplus,
$125,000
$25,000
-DIRECTORS.-
S.II. KOIIN. A.W.OLIVFR. M. W LF Y. S T. TUTTI E. N. F. MKDERL.VNnit,
w r Tucicru. jou.n u vyidso:.. J. C UUTAN.
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 Bond boupht.
W. C Woodji vv. President.
Wm, S Woodxav, Cashier.
WiulC V, ooDV?. AtJ'tCi-hltr
First Arkansas Vallev Bank.
(The Oldest Monej Institution in the Arkauaas 'allaj J
No. 83 Main Street.
"Wichita, Kansas.
Tl
B
usiness
Lots
A few
on
Do a General Banking Business in all its Modern Functions.
53-Loan both Forelfrn and Horn"- Money In any irnouut on 11 eatlr-rartorj collateral rcnl,
per-onal or chntiel ai d uccomodntc the l rmi-i with time iromonr da tn f -ytrrr-. bell
tii keta l th- fngieet and eafest lloeaot -te'ainerti In the world to or from all prluelpal Kuropmu
ports ia North, German Llojd ormnaid Lines.
J. O. DAVIDSON, rres.
C. A. WALKER, Vlca Pros.
JOHN C. DEUST, CaJJllcr
To-
Laree lot with six new tenement houses cor
ncr 01
iimpona avc. ana icwis st. pay
ing a o-ood interest,
CITIZENS BANK.
Paid-up Capital, - - $200,000
Stockholders Liability, - - $400,000
Largest Paid-Up Capital of any Bank In the State of Kansas.
DIRECTORS:
. MTT.T.r.R,
a. R. BirnNo.
8. L. DATIDSO.S
W. E. STANLET.
J. O. DAVIDSON,
JOHN T. CARP2NTUR.
Tho Modern Linen Slilrt.
If there i au thiug that shovis a tendenev
of some Amerieans tonn m .1 1 at, as it ivei e,
it is the mtvlcrxi linen shirt. 1 he sanw old
vest !: lo lias Ixxv.i in uso for oar, .;.i 1 u
olmast buttonoil up to ono chi.i. The l.ttlo
view of tho ihut tint is lef: is covet el um by
neckties Yet men go on w cat Jiff tLtir&liirU
Miiii tho fronts down to th"ir va.bt-, lauinlued
until thej are a., still as a boil r plite. They
nuht justas uellhao the back ol their ests
ironed and iolished Denier in Globe
Democrat llussian Coin-; to Cuiuc.i.
A Kuian tra oler v ho haj w on the f riend
!np of v eral of tho Papua.i chiefs of ZZcvr
Guinea has iisucl a manife to settinj; forth
the nth amazes of that ilan I as a Kirctau
colunj, and several hundred jerso:is have
already loft Rjsj.a m resj-ouso to his call.
Chicago Tribune.
Twenty lots in Perry's addition at $ oo each.
Seven lots in Ormc & Phillips' addition at
-Pod
o eacl
A oc Damajiei Suit.
A man ho has jut vii el liLi term in ths
Nebraska state prison has brought suit against
the attorney who deleudel him lie elaims
that ha ws convicted 0:1 account cf tho Kw
vc:s malpractitv, and dinauds ?30.0W)
damages. :cw Yo: 1: Sun.
It is bettor to be innocent tjsn to he iwni-
tent.
An Italian rnneral in Uoiton.
An Iian funeral n-ss a recent novelty in
Boston. The ceremony was as distinct a pos
sible vlth the American materials at hand.
Inside tha white, ornamented hevirso wreaths
of gav t'owcrs were heaped high over tho
caset of .1 htle ehild. and the mourner in ;h
carriages Itehuul vere bright with Itahan cos
tames, the women be:n especially ixouccable,
Aritli orange-colored scarfs, beails and jowclry.
All the mouniers were bareheaded, and :iw
of the men v. ere w ithout coats, but in holiday
attire of many-colored garments, and gokl
earrings and other Tewelr Chicago Times.
Tho tower of Iabel is supposed to have
reached the height of TSO feet.
The bay window is gradually going qu- 0f
public favor m New York.
Hosa lierig are now tho popular idea H
California.
Lots in Chautauqua add. $200 each.
Lots in all parts of the city.
A few special bargains in residence property
Abstracts gratis to our patrons.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
United States, County, Township and Muni
cipal Bonds Bought and Sold.
D LOMIURD. JR., Prwldent.
J. P. a I i.f.n, Vice-Prwktent.
STATE NATIONAL BANK.
(SUCCESSOR TO KA3AS STATE BA-VE.)
SMITHSON & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
THE ANGLO-AMERICAN LOAN AND INVESTMENT 60MPAMY,
117 East Douglas Avenue.
Lacd. Loan anil Innrano- Apents. Jloney alwrayi. on tuuul. Iat?rr at kr rates. 0 DSL.VY.
r-'fore inaVluu lKian Kurnu Ci. Cbattr! or IVrxnwl tKurlty c-Ul and o. Conap I or k4 a
full ilrM.ri liun of jrv.r Itani ir Ctty troflT W hanlle Jarvr amiunt f both Ea.fwi and ricrV
PajiltaJ for InrfNtnifnt ui itral ttaU, and aiv thus eaaljSrJ to make npkl !.
Co-rrpaclmoe s,ijliti H. I- SSlITliSON". K-rc.
j. M. ALLEN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
112 Douglas Avenue.
Kx-Cunuty Tr-n'r.
i:. ''.tiAllKl-ON,
fc V I)OIUEY.
Fjc-OaatT Ofk.
WOODCOCK, DORSEY & CO.,
REAL ESTATE, ABST1UCTS it LOANS
Office, Dorsey Building, Opposite Comt House.
WICHITA, s:.isr.
F. W. SWAB
(SrCCEI.SOR TU bTACtO! V
Merchant Tailor
Keeps on hand Fne Goods of the latest sty'as The largest stocV in the
city Satisfaction guaranteed No trouble to show goods CaII and we mc v
F VV SWAB, 1st door N of County Building.
K MKUK1 M'l'li. It-Klrnu W . W. MHKW OoD, Lunrt Kiiutiwr. Jl. t lJtV;Trr -e
W. OLIVKl "irn-Idnl. J C hCTA. h. rtaff
laiisas Loan and Invcslmcn
Capital, $100,000.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Farm and City Pronerty
Office In T.Vchlta National Bank BulMlnR. Wichita. Kan.
S. D. PALLBTT,
VLEU LS
Northern I Southern Pine Lumber,
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.
OFFICE and VVIUTK I'N VKI Wi-M I'r .r lVMUln run. WlPH ITA R'AM
H.IW 1-ISF HI or--Ui.r-l Wlonl I H, inn.
MONEY TO LOAN
OK
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST -:- RATES! V N O -:-DELAYS!
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
New Dry Goods at Retail !
10 tv, 20 per ceii-. Jess tban regular pnrHS. I am now receiving a
fine stock of Fall and Winter
New Dry Goods, Notions,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ku.
To aMAort PJJ lar- lf-ir on band hick I oflT t prCM. m mmm! Wt. grptttnmj t lrbMi 1r -01
JO MX I). ALLKN.
US il.tln St. trl-"u !iwirh
L. D aKlNFF-Cahr.
W. H. LIVLNOSTO.S, AKtaa Caalil
N. F. NIEDERLANDER,
Cor. Douglas and Topeka Aves.
WICHITA - KANSAS,
Paid-up Capital,
Surplus,
$100,000
$5,000
Gl OKE IRON WORKS!
Founders and Machinists.
lanuiaoturers of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Iron and brass-- castings, pulleys and sliaf ting and ail kind of m
cnlnery. House castings in any design to ureter. Doan KUaun pun ;
and pumping macnlnery. All kinds or repairing done on short notu u
and satisl action guaranteed.
A. hLAGG, Proprietor.
DIRECTORS:
KOS. HARP.n.
a rnvtnipn Tr J. P. ALLE. JOH B. CaKET.
L. D. SKiyXKU. J'ETEB GrTTO W F OP.EE.N. P. T. KZALT.
GEOP.GE Z. SPALTOS.
3. X. ALLEi
.PAaIXMHJTS-
. VTION" VL BVXK OK THZ REPUBLIC. New Yorfc
FIRST ? TTO AL BAXK. Sanu CitT.
B. LOMBARD, a?. !TtMect.
J.ATIOVAL aWX OF AXZRJCA. CSJcx?c
BLACKSTOVE NATIONAL BXS K. Bow
JAKS3 L. LOKBaHU, Tle-PrH5at.
iOO C-6-Ii
CANON -:- CITY -:- COAL!
BADGES LUM3EB CO., WEST DOUGLAS A"72.
MONEY TO LOAN
!
T AlTlKciPr1 1Fnpf (TQ fiPi JO ! On Chattel Mortjrasres and City Property,
LOlilDEl Q lYlUl IKdMo LU., ! 1N stvULL OR URGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RATES,
Wichita Banking Co.
Ill KANSAS 6 1 Alt dANjv duilUi?G.
Money on hand. No del?cy when security and
and title are goocL Rates as lo w t.s
tne losveot.
CALL AND SEE US.-::0
S. S KING, Secretary
110 WEST DOUGLAS AT2KTJ3.
E. 7. BROr.
F Y. YaXTVZ. Atvcini7 .:-Lkw.
TTl T "R'R.o-WTIsr &; CO.
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROEERS
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL. $(50,000.
Money Always or Hand to teas o Irapreve Far aa &if Prsperty
j Hae Loaned Wort Aoniy in SoiuWa Kana Ufi ay CmfO0y "z
bua;e
k. irii-rm in iwr -iii'' kjju :.- wvxj
i 9ES il IXo-t-5 Ue,
T7TCHITA
FtrTEV Rtsci- tai Acrt Iretfrtj-. H&m 2 x&4 l
KANSAS.
Conor JtUa itf-t uJi. IosL- As-! J
mmh, USDBAS.

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