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S&e icMta Sails Ssste ' Saturday Ptaraing, ctober 23, 1886.
CHERUBS OF THE HOTELS.
ruciiitiy IVays of tlie Mature Children
of the Ton-n Juvcullo "Wretchedness.
Tbcrc is fomctlung uncanny about theso
mature children of the town. I was at (ho
Windsor hotel at dinner with somo friends a
tlioi t lime ago when a pompous little woman
strode dovrn the long dining room, followed
- lj two little girls hand in hand. Neither of
them was more than 9 years old. They set
tied themselves in their chairs, folded their
fckhmy litllo hands and then proceeded to
stare about them and comment upon their
fellow-diners. The elder of the two children,
after looking intently at a' maiden laxly of
rather noticcablo attiro at an adjoining table,
turned to her mother and said conuwsedly:
"What a really startling old fnunp that i,
'Which one, dearP asked the ttrict cli.se'
plinarian of u mother.
"Tlie cheerful guy beside the bald-headed
man over there."
'Oh, yes,'' paid the mother, with a well
bred smile, "I've seen her befoi-e. But don'fc
be fo slangy, Clarion. Have moro tor.e.
Order your ilimicr now and Fee that you let
puree and lamb alone. It's too rich for you."
Then to the waiter: "Take her tiller, An
gusto." The waiter leaned obsequiously over tho
child, Mho was studying the menu with a
frown on her little face.
-Xo soup, Ogecsr," sho said intently, "but a
bit of weakfishwiUi egg sauce, an' A kidney
omelette not flat, you know, but liiee and
puffy and artichokes "'
"Ver" Sony, Mees Maryon, but there is no
"There, I thought so,' .said the girl, slam
ming the card down on the table and biting
her thin lips. "It's the meet provoking thing I
Whenever 1 set my heart ""
"We have somo green corn '
"Eat it yourself P said the child iA a huff.
The waiter was quite unmoved, lie seemed
to be accustomed to such ebullitions of temper
and went on suavely taking the orders of the
others, v. hile Miss Marion sat the picture of
overdressed, pampered and pouting discon
tent. And tho children of tho Hats. Who ever
hears of these shy and melancholy littlo be
ings who speak in whispers and have lccn
bullied, reprimanded and scolded by servants,
tenants, janitors and parents until tJiey glido
about like shadows and dare not laugh for
fcarof diiturhmg conic one? Tho joyousness
and life of childhood have been eruvhed out
of Hum. And the children of tho boarding
house, who live under a perpetual protest
from the grim and snappy landlady and tho
testy boarder of tho "first iloor front," who
must have the hou.-o quiet so as to enjoy her
afternoon nap. ZvcarJy every boarding house
that advertises now puts forth tho fiat "2vo
children,' and tho little ones nrcso thoroughly
cowed that they are as pitiful in mien aj in
body. Then there are the children of the
tenements and tho scums. There is no end
to juvenile wretchedness here. For a place
that children should bo kept out of, commend
mo to Xtw York. Blakely Hall's Kew York
!l.-::ti a Hotel Keeper.
A friend of mine the other day cams to
Fettle for his night's lodging at a bedbuggy
little hole in the wall near the railway station
here in Neuebatel called tho Hotel des Alps.
In addition to the charge for apartment, ser
vice, lights, etc. , was the item, "Eh dejeu
ner." I ;ill put into plain English that
"But I didn't order any breakfast.''
"That was no fault of the house, mon
sieur."' "Do you mean to tell mo that you wMi to
charge me for breakfast I neither ordered nor
"flic brakfnst wa prepared all the same,
"You pretend that you provide a regular
tabic d'hoto breakfast every morning and
hai-"efor it whether 'your guests take it or
Yes, monsieur. See tho mem? Hero it
is,'' and the linn, yet polite, landlord pro
duced his regular "a la carle." "My f i ior.d
turned it iijh:de down. Thoti ho carefully
periled it. Then he said:
"How mu'li of this do you servo as your
regular breakfast p
Yuytbing you lil.v, monsieur.'
"Very well. Bcccipl the bill, and, as 1 am
topny lorn breakfast, please God I will eat
it. BrLig m: a liliet ol lecf with mush
room?, a half chicken grille, a rum omelet
and a pml of Chablis. 1 shall wait over until
lhenc:U trai i."
3: " jo host of (he Hotel dis Alps 1 okcd fa-A
stupMiid and then disgusted, and, finally
gre pin.; the situation, ho ran into his office,
alt nxl hK bill in conformity m it h the fact?,
an 1 hunting back, cried: "Here, monsieur,
here is jour bill quito cone t six Iraucs
thirly fio centimes andjou will jusfc have
ti:n to atch your train." Henry Watteron
in I ouri'-r-Journal.
Have for eale,:on line of WICHITA & COLORADO RAILROAD
north-west of Wichita, town lots at new towns of
MAIZE, 9 Miles from WICHITA.
BAM OF WICHITA.
Corner Douglas and Lawrence Avenues.
J. G. FlStf; Pmfccut..
W. P. ROBIKSO:".
J H. SLATER, Cashier.
j OLIVER UCET. F. W. WILSOX,
CEtVSR DUCK. Vlcc.Prck-tal.
J. G. FI9H.
O. D. BARNES. K. Ii. HOYb, FIXLAY ROSS. A. I- HOUCK, -
Oliver duck. j.vmes o. fish, f. vr. wilsox.
J. H. SLATER. H. M. DUCK.
W. P. ROEINSOX,
L. X. WOODCOCK.
B. S. GARRISOK,
ABSTRACTS k LOANS
Office, Dorsey JBuilding. Opposite Court House,
FOURTn KATKMfAL DANK, Kew Yorfc. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL TJANK. St. Lcute, Mo.
BAXK O? KANSAS CITY, K&a.-as City, Mo.
General Banking Business. Respectfully solictit a share of your patronage.
HA. YEN, 33
Trains are now running regularly on Kailicmd from Wichita tc
These towns are in the best portion of
Sedgwick County, Kansas.
Maps of Towns and Prices can be had a3 hftreinafteret forth :
At Wichita, call on N. F. Niederlander "or Kos Harrie;
At Maize, call on H. Londenslager;
At Colwich, call on Geo. W. Steenrod;
At Andale, Call on Bank of Andale.
T.IH. Randall and W. S. Maokie, for Mt. Hope lots.
At Haven, Call on Ash & Cnaries-
Kansas National Bank.
No. 134 Main Street.
Capital Paid Up, - $ 1 00,000
Surplus, - $10,00o
Loans Money at Lowest Rates,
Issues Sight Drafts on ai! Parts of Europe,
v Buys and Sells Government and Municipal Bonds.
Pays Interest on Time Deposits.
H. W. -LEWIS.
President, T. W. JOHNSTON, Cashier.
G E. FRANK, Assistant Cashier.
h. w. LEWIS,
ROYEKT E. LAWUESlT,
. E. FRANK. . A.
SOL H KOHN. t'rebldcut.
A. W. OLIVEP., VIcc-lr.sIlt."!t.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK.
Successors to Wichita Bank. Organized 1872.
. n. KOHN,
A. W. OLIVER.
W. P.. TUCK EH,
M. W. LEVY.
S. T. TITTLE,
Comanehe, Comanehe County, Kansas.
A new city on the Cimmarron, at its junction with Big Bluff and
Cavalry creeis, offers more inducements to the investor than any
other new town platted in Kansas this year. Only three miles from
the great natural salt deposit; a fine water power at the foot of
Cavalry Valley, with its hundreds of fine farms, many under culti
vation. A chance to get in now on the ground floor. No lots given
away. Many trie!: and frame "buildings going up. Write for full
particulars to the
COMANCHE TOWN COMPANY,
New Kiowa, Kansas.
F. w. swab,:
iSUCCELSOl: TO I STACKMAN '
Keeps on hand Fne Goods of the latest styles The largest stock in the
city Satisfaction guaranteed. No trouble to show goods Call and see me.
F. W. SWAB, 1st door N of County Building.
N. K. NIEDKULANDKP, Itsidt nt. V W. KIKKWOOD. Lactl Examiner. M. W. LEVY, TirMt r .
A. V. OLIVEP., VleM'ret.Mcnt. J a ULTAN. Sxrctwy
Kansas Loan and Investment Co.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Farm and City Pronerty
Of ficein "Wichita National Bank Building, Wichita, Kan.
DO A GENERAL BANKING. COLLECTING AND BROKERAGE BUSINESS.
Eastern and Foreign Exchange bought and sold LL S. Bonds of all de
nominations bought and sold. County, Township and
Municipal Bond bought.
AtlElmer, call on J. A. Meyer.
P. G. SMYTH & SONS, Wichita.
N. P. NIEDERLANDER,
ANGLO-AMERICAN Loan Office.'
KOS HARRIS, Wichita.
P. V. HEALY,
Resident on Baid Addition
J. 0, DATID30X. Pres.
C. A. WALKER, YlcePrcs.
JOHN C. DEr.ST, Cashier.
i:H T!icy IV01K It.
IV vie w"i oil' a jjreat many very anrionL
.ioke-- aloul tlio big (liamo.ids Aorn by hotel
tW3c,"' roni!iikt I a salosir.au a) (-lie Hotel
Aiidiiiiu la-t night, an I a..i result most
l)cro'i- bjtc KotScn the ilea into llicir heads
tli.it thov tiuiodiamoihls aie nothing hut big
.! mik- r ia-t'.'!
'J) .u nKh tho great leading pnlilie Jo
iuur tint tluy arc anything clsof
I d', juvt that 3Ic-t of tlie diamonds
-; opi hv hotel eli l;s mv genuine. Only hut
vlr, Mliilu 1 was at Atlantic City, I saw a
Lot l c-leik fiom ihoso hivast o:-e of tl'o
l.iri t and xirest diamond 1 over niw glit
tcrwl. IJut, o coui-so, he didn't pay for it.
i" 1, to tell tlie truth, it diiln'l belong j
'I il.d-ff Ivlon-tohimr
'"'c , my il 'ur bi3', it diiln't. He was ear
in?h lean advertisement. A great many
.ic tl.y iirnw advertise their goods injiut
thai -way. Almost any M-ateiing place j'ou
nv go to yoti iviil seethehottl clevis blaz
ing it h diamonds that will makv your c'. os
bul T o'lt 1 l"s a good doigo f r th" jewt h r
an 1 it p.-;!?- tho clerk."'
rut how i the jeweler bonofitciir"
'Well, it don't cot nnj thing to lot a clerk
wear a diamond a few months, and during
that time rich visitors arc sure to inquire
nbo.it tiic stone, sisk where it wa-. pnich.'sed,
and -oon. Tlio ckrk cf Conine telis what
hous it raiiio from, recommends the visitor
to k"o there, and aft en gives him a card of in
troduction totheproprirtor vo'" rittbtirg
"Junction Town" Addition lo Wichita !
This addition lies west of the city of Wichita, ard immediately
adjoining the Fifth ward in said city. West Douglas avenue runs
through the center of the addition, and in the future growth of
Wichita the lots on West Douglas avenue must become
BUSINESS LOTS !
This addition was placed on the market in February 1S86, and
out of 700 Jots there are only '
LOTS LEFT 125
Paid-up Capital, - - $200,000
Stockholders Liability, - . - $400,000
Largest Paid-Up Capital of any Bank in the State of Kansas.
C. 11. MILLER,
A. R, EITTKfO.
H. G. LEE.
8. L. IUVJDSOX.
W. E. STANLEV,
J. O. DAVIDSOX,
JOHN T. CARPENTEH.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
HOTGHKINS & WHEELER,
REAL ESTATE I EXCHANGE BRIERS
SOLE AGENTS FOR
This Addition is located in tho north part of thf city, between
Fairview and Arkansas Avenues and io in the hip-hest part of
city. We offer Special Inducements for tho next 30 days.
No. 201, S-3 CORNER DOUGLAS AVENUE AND MARKET ST.
United States, County, Township and Muni
cipal Bonds Bought and Sold.
B. LOMBARD, JR., President.
J. V. ALLEN, Vice President.
L. P. SKIN1JER, Cail Jer.
W. II. LIVINGSTON, Assistant Caf lilci
STATE NATIONAL BANK.
(SUCCESSOR TO KANSAS STATE BANK.)
0. LOMBARD, Jr., J. P. ALLEN, JOHN B. CAREY, KOS. HARRIS, J. H. ALLEX
L. D. SKINNER. .PETER GETTO, TT. F. GREEN. P. V. HEALY.
GEORGE E. SPALTON.
NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC, New York.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Kans33 City,
! STEINIMUSER-MER K LE SUPPLY CO.,
Groceries, Specialfe, fruits. Nuts,
And All Kinds of
S. D. PALLETT,
W LKIl IS-
NATIONAL BANK OF AMERICA. Chicago
BLACKSTONE NATIONAL BANK. Bostpft I
U. LOMBARD, SR., IrWeat.
JAJIM L. LOilBARD, Vlce-Pusldeus.
Of this addition to which the attention of those seeking investments
is directed :
FIRST. The land is higher than any part of the City on the
east side by at least 15 feet, and the entire drainage is to.
the Big Arkansas River. ;
SECOND. Garfield University, the State Christian College i
a building which, when completed, will cost over $100,000 Money on hand. No delav when security and
lies immediately south of the addition. I and title are good. Rates as lo "W as-
Northern I Southern Pine Lumber,
LATH, SHIIIGLES, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.
OFKICK JKi WHITE Vlr. V W VTw F? t,f I.it?ra4 wo.
YELLOW PINK Hl Ak.rnatbeHtrn.1.
Lombard Mortgage Co.,js
IN KANSAS MATE SANK uUiLBING.
A "MoiUtii i:c:ui llriiinmell'" Outfit.
YluU! est are very much tho fashion
just now.,- anil .n collar tunicil jsliarply
ikwu in front. Patent leather shoes,
trousers twenty-two inches round the bot
tom, a four button cura way coat of diag
onal doth, anil a silk hat with a half
weed, are inchi'leA hi the outfit of the
modern Brmnmell, not to mention a bam
boo stick w .th a buckhoru head, and a
la r of tan-colored gloves broally stitched
on the back with black, lie wears a wide
blatk i-Ik libbon with a old buckle
hanging from his fob pocket, half a dnzen
rings apon his finpers, a bc.if pin worth
a small fortune, and carries a wnqle eye
glass, which ho seldom look through,
and sees nothing when he does, tfuch is
the exqubite youth, who has nothing in
tho world to do but help t0 ?pend his fath
ers millions, and marry a girl 'with as
many more. He is ever present at tho
casino, on the beach, in his tandem dog
cart on the avenue, at dinners, receptions
and balls, and nobody denies that he is nt
once the choicest and most remarkable
production of advanced civilization. New
York Cor. Bostoa Herald.
THIRD. The Catholic society are building a college im-
meGiately west of this addition, the cost of which will be
$100,000, and this plant is to be added to frem year to
FOURTH. The Missouri Pacific R. R, will in a : ort time
place shops on the addition, and a depot of W. & C, and Ft.
Scott R. R. will be placed on this addition inside of 30 days
FIFTH. The new Fifth Ward School buildincr is completed, the cost!
r ,. , r,-.rnrv NO. S3 Mcllll Street.
orvmen ;s $io,uuu.
3CALL ANT) SEE US.'
S. S. KING,
MONEY TO LOAN
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
LOWEST-:-BATES! V NO -:- DELAYS!
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
W. C. Woodka.v, Prc'"eiit.
Vf,S. WorwLv Cashfcr.
Wnx-C WixtXAr Afj.'tCaWcr
SIXTH.The street cars reach this addition; making it only 10
minutes time from west side to corner of Main st. and-Douglas ave.
SEVENTH. The fair ground lies immediately north of the addition.
LASTLY. The addition is booming itself, and the facts prove it,
The west side of the river is on top. All other additions are being
bolstered up by PURE WIND. "WINDY WIND." The investments on
the west side are booming the addition.
F, G. SMYTH, SR. P. V. HEALY.
KOS HARRIS. N. F. NIEDERLANDER.
GARIS0N & H0BS0N. t . ANGLO AMERICAN CO.
HUSEY & KRCENER"! J ; . A- H. DEVORE & CO.
First Arkansas Valley Bank.
The OMt MosiT Ia'Si'iifm iB loe- ArfcaciM Vllt-j-.
FOR SALE ! !
Moneyed Men Read This!
Do a General Banking Business in ail Its Modern Functions.
J3"Loan both Foreign and Horne Mocey In any amonut on all ;:Isfcciorj colI&teraU res!,
personal or chattel stad accomodate the borrower -crithtfra roraonedsy toveyrrs. Sil
tickets by the fostt and fafcatllasof Stealers la the world n.or from all principal European
ports via Konh, German, Lloyd orCunard Lines.
We are selling lots m Carey ParV at the extreme Jov price of $225. $250.
$275 a-d $300 each, tHc latte- a'c comers The zbr,e pr.ces mcide 5ds
vaks ail laid Terms eas It has been reoorted that we were craitmfr VrGO
obt of Caev Part and cet full oartt
B. O. and L. R COLE.
1329 Douglas avenue. Opposite Manhattan Hotel. 79-t?
f ana ,duu per ioi. t is not so. tvery tot n Care rau viH frnng that
spring. Remember that Carey Park t from 12 to K feet hak&t tkon
f las avenue Street cars run the ent're length of Carey Par'' You are
i to call and see a otot of Caev Part and cet full oarttcula", of
join s. cozi.ve.
COZINE & RIDDELL,
Real Estate Agents,
City Proyerty and Farms for Saie-.-Rents Collected and Taxes Paid.
Corrtsp ondence Solicited. Business Promptly Attendedto.
lseN. mahtst. - wichtta, Kansas.
New Dry Goods at Retail !
10 to 20 per cent less than regular pnees. I am novr receiving a
fine stoclc of Pall and Winter
New Drv Goods, Notions, -
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc.
JOHX O. ALLEN.
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