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gtac xicUxctnia SailB Saflle: & SPmnxittrj, gjcuenxlier 5. 1386.
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r l. ssattm 3e-J','-1.irgtj ir-r---.-t-r-w?Moiiaiw
rolSotvs TVho Couplo tho Cars.
I was ivatchiug a bralicir.au coupling
ars in the Grand Central yard the other
ftenioon, when my neighbor, one of tho
rincipal freight officials of the read, said :
"You wouldn't believe it to watch that
spert and nervy fellow risking his life,
zat there is a, new car-coupler invented
very working day of the year, and yet no
atenc nas so lar l)een hit on that will re
mix inc Avonc oi tiie nana m making a
aupling. The couplings themselves aie
inch better and safer thar thev u&ed to
e when they consisted simply of a ring
j nd a pin, but the work of making a
oupung is still one of peril. ilMiy o
.ic automatic couplings do very well for
,ght cars, but they cannot stand the jolt
ag and jerkincr and the heavy strain of
Xtdcd and ponderous cars, running now
low, now fast, shalang every hit o loose
on about them till ic lings like a bell.
t takes coinage and intelligence to make
man an expert coupler. A first-class
is.ii in that line doesii't stay there very
ang. lie cither cats killed or promo.eu.
'The mortality among the Fccoud-chiss
icn muit be something leariul," l .sug-
"On tlic contrary, they last much
ongcr. You i ee, they are more careful,
-t is the smart men who get reckless,
lon't, observe piecautions and so get
"Wliat becomes of a brakeman when
ic gets crippled ?" I asked.
"If he can liold a Hag, wc make a flag
nan of him. You will lind one-aimed and
ne-legged llagmeu nil along the lailroads.
.'here aio several men without arms i!ag-
mg it. it a man loses both legs or
.an't get around -lively, we put him m the
tore sheds unu supply de:;;a tments. v e
1 icver let a man go who i3 crippled in our
.crvicc, if ho can possibly be helped m
-annus a hvincr." S.. l. acws Uabble.
SMITHSON & CO.,
THE ANGLO-AMERICAN LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY,
117 Bast Douglas Avenue,
J-r.iid, Loan ami Insurance Agents. Money alwac s on hand. Interest at low rate XO DELAY.
i"irnm -i in- lrii m Kami. Citv. Chattel or Prrsoral fccurlt. call and wo u. Coins In cr tend a
-nil iWrintion of our ftnn or Cftj property. Wt. handle larRe amounts ofboJ Eastern and Foiv.gn
Capital 'or Inicetinint in Real Estate, ana arc thus enabled to make rapid eales.
Correspondence fcolldicJ. & L. SXITHSOK. Mauser.
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J. M; ALLEN & CO.,
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112 Douglas Avenue.
L. N. WOODCOCK,
13. V. IORSEY,
DORSEY & CO.,
: o. T A MO
AMI IMAli JUJiLlft tt IJUJUB
llio "Lie:: It is Do:io Ily."
Tlic ceremony of conferring the order of
' aiighthood at tho hands of the queen is
lot imposing. It is not, in fret, a public
srcmor.ial, and oniy those arc permitted
o v. itiiv. 5 it wno, by their chicial conncc
ion A.-ltli the queen's household, may at
end l,wr. The loyal subject upon whom
ach dl i.nguishcd. honor may he conferred
nay iiCt ccn invite his "best mar.," nor
he i.' nVrj cf his pergonal chile cf rcl
:tivci cr friends to he present. Arrayed
n vslu 1. vcr uniform he may be entitled to
.vcar, or whaleer dress court etiquette
mil II " t'mo of l:ly make projxr, if he he
i civilian, the subject presents himself be-
.orc Lis ioiireign and Kneels at her loyal
"eet. Fcr.ted on. tho throno chair, tho
huccn lajs tho shining blade cf a sword
icross the shoulder or the kneeling but
ixaltcd bcnnilciary, and 5.J.3T, using the
title v.hich she is about to tonfer, "Arise,
SirSorndSo." Plain XTr. Clullcnham
Broni i thus by a smlo stroke of htr
3iajestyV. sv.oid transformed into Sir
Knight So .Mid So, and he i; pcimltled
perchance to kiss his sovereign's linger
tips in pratful ailrnov.lcdginent of the
In oJier caes than tills of v. plain
knightl'oo 1, und v. hen the title carries
livith it a decoration, tho queen, with
ficr own 1 vi Iiauds, pins Ihe glittering
I and covet. 4 btmblo upon tlic coat of her
elevated subject. This is all, but to the
recinient it is a great deal.
Oiuntlii lljo I'iOi In tho i'rclftc
The ere itomer.t about tho Canadian
I fisheries gh c a hint as to tho prospective
value of or." of tho undeveloped ic-otirccs
!jf the noithwest. Thcrhoro 1" hlng of
tlie pro inr , on tho Vtlantic i ii, u of
sullicient ii pcrtanco to bring tho United
States r'l its neighbors to the verge of a
quaml. Lt it is a small matter compared
with the oi poii unities open 111 the Eortii-
?c trnw tors on this sulo of tho ccnti-
ne:it. ina macserci usumg, Vimcmsiiio
present matter of dispute, is of 110 l:ss im
portance tiian the banks coai.slung : yet
tho whole extent of tho Newfoundland
banks i c nly about 70,000 scjiiare miivc,
whila in the Tacilic and Oi:hot: k we hav
vOO.CGO 6 inarc miles, in Bthxuig sea
alino t as 7 inch more, and around the
Chci'ir'-ri inlands fcO,OOU : altogether
jieaily ten times the area of tho Atlantic
ba:.Ls. Tn" total money value per an
num 1 f ihk ll jherlcs on tho banks and off
the c. si roast cf the British North Ameri
can! ovine is is in the neighborhood o
s2j,Ik ).U J, lunch embraces tho catch of
the vc 1 a c f I'll nations ieacrtng there.
, "Wlien the l,c-liciics of the noithPac-hic
are develr pel to anything hku the cxtmt
of the.-e of the north Atlantic they will
foim oik of ll c great indu&tnes of this
cea..t, J-an Tiancisco Call.
Ofrice5 Dorsey rBuilding, Opposiie Court House,
ComaneheAComanehe County, Kansas.
A ne7 city on tee Cimmarron. at its junction -with Big Bluff and
Cavalry creeks, offers more inducements to the investor than any
other nev town platted in Kansas this year. Only three miles from
the grea-t natural ealt deposit; a fine water power at the foot 01
Cavalry Valley, with its hundreds of fine farms, many under culti
vation. A chance to get in now on the ground tloor. 2To lots given
avay. Many "bricli and frame buildings going up. "Write for full
particulars to the
COaiASTCEE tottn cgmpanit,
ITew Kiowa, Kansas.
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Have for cals, on line ot WI0B1TA fc CGLCEADO .RAILROAD
north-west of "Wichita, town lotd at new icweb of
MAIZE, 9 Miles from WICHITA.
ucciiion 10 k.
Keeps on hand Fr.e Goods of the latest styles. The
cltv. Satisfaction cruaranteed. No trouble to show goods
F. W. SWAB, 1st door N of County Building.
rgest stock in the
Call and see me.
x. i. Nirnri:r.AXim, PriMcm.
A. V. OLl Kit. Vict l'nsltfei.t.
V. "V. KIKKAVC01). l-i.nt Kxamintr
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f inn no ci nnn onfl iDTlACiTmO
liOiUOflO UUftli ftliU 1UVU0UU
ii. W. J EVY, Tr.-rsuro
."". C. iiL i'A:, fccttttur
ney Always on Hand to Loan on Farm and City Pronert?
Office'in Wichita national Eant Building, Wichita, Kan.
S. D. PALLET
Northern 1 Soutliern Pine Lumber,
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.
qsfici: d white g$Z- WICH ITA, KAN.
TIio Cray wquirrcl Will I':ol lly Smivr.
But if Profc&sor Gunning .shotilvl T;c
right tl .t v. llh :i fovr exceptions tlvc lio;:i
of ll is pl.u.tt v.ill ulthnr.toly- Iw 1 educed
, to cardtu r1- nts and Hie fr.uua. to Larn-
I'yard peU tliu few except icn&vi ill pre'oably
include I i American iray-?mnrrei. in
come way .r other natural selection has
inKincl it .survival by inuVably decisi;e
llsafejuri l--- It can run, it can climb, it
I' can sr.. 'ai aid it can nhro-t iy, for it can
not be 1 Jilt d by r. fall. In itc tiee .,r.r
roivs it can u-vive the hardest iutcr. If
nuts should Dil it can subset on buds,
seeds and birds' e3. In fcnllo cf inces
sant hunting it has thus survived in c cry
county cf rry foicst .-tatc in the x.nlon,
k.-nlvcuId prp:b!y survive the en.' v ex-
! tirpatJou ol torest trees, lor t :r. prooame
that the praiiie dog is nothing but a mcti
iied fray' souirrel. Dr. Felix L. Oswald.
Tiiln I.iCCtricUy fr I'orror J'urposos.
At a lcent fja'orli': of electricians
there was. t.'lk of cst-.Miiuisc: stations in
the coal legions of I'ennsylvMiia and of
Iransinltt-nc: electricity by wire for power
purpose iruload of transporting the coal.
It is not iirju-ol-ablc that great strides will
soon be nudo in thlj direction. The sug
gcrticnL another form of an idea that
was ct N.ri-1'ned by Siemens, who predicted
that tLo tune would como when coal
would le converted into gas at the mine
at Vz rrie of 40,tX0 cubic foot per ton,
andv.tulilo ptimped to manufacturing
centers, thu- Cuius avnxy with the expen
sive sy U.niof luiro.-'d trausnertation now
in ottte. Philadelphia Uecord.
c:i. r:r-icl: and I!r:t"-!i rsiffiiity.
Tie nrc-c"ce of rovalty always gives
i audit "our I y'.jlms to HuiLsh cntertain-
irnfs, v.Uvh at the bet ; re not remark
ahlftr caie. Socn after den. Schftick
aulv. 1 ai l inlstcr to Fnglrud ho at-
tTa'cd a I all at tr.-.w'.-rrv 1ILU, rrivea to I
lha Prince :. id Pi inc -. of Wales. At tho
pre per fno the court marched out ia
foru to t'e separate 5upxx?r room, every
one cLo 1 owing and and ltihlng a way.
The gu:-rrl was stdl ur.f?niihar with the
ctifiuette, and seeing the solemn proces-
slon i a-sirg along lie inquired vr.th meek
anr.Ic.ty: "Aro they GOing to look at tho
corpse." Adam Bade.m's Letter.
T3pranrrtll7ition of Clilna's 1'olicc 1'orcc.
Tlic Chinese government has lcen noti
fied by the superintendent of police that
secict socleticl ai-e demoralizing the native
pcl'e force i.nd rendering it i.ci.t to im
p&r le to obtain evidence in criminal
MONEY TO LOAN
City Property, Chattel Mortgages
AISTO PBBS03STAL sbgubity.
LOWEST-:- KATES I V IO -:- DELAYS!
L. B. BUNNELL & CO.
JNew JJry boods at ilexs
10 to 20 per cent, less than regular prices. I am now receiving a
fine stoci of Pall and Winter
New Dry Goods, Notions,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc.
To retort my liso stf0: on hard. wl,lch 1 olTcr .it prices rs ststcxlaboc, prcp-iistcrr torc'Iria frenx
Uuslnc, and rtcpcclfully solicit Uio attention ol jmrchwers gtncrallj-.
JOTEST G-. ALLEX.
1M S!t!a St, bsot'n DoBgl?
A enue aail flirt it.
HxlcKlcd 12xiloralion of Crater rkc.
A party, under direction cf officers of
the United states geological survey, is
about to mako an extendcxi crrjloraticn of
Crater lake i:i National park. It will be
ncressary to lo;ver them 1,000 feet down
the stony cracs in order to reach water.
Cliicago Heralds - . , , ..
QBE IRON WORKS!
Founders and Machinists.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
A. FLAGG, Proprietor.
a brass castings, pulleys and shafting and all kinds Oi ma
louss castings in any design to order. Dean steam pumps
cnlnery. All kiuqs oi reDairing uoae uu xuvi: o iu liuc
CANON -:-.OITY -:- COAL
BAD&SK LTJIdjBEH CO., WEST DOUGIiAS AVE.
C. O. DAY1DSOK, rrcsideat"
H. . C.VTES. EJUilcIeer.
U. W. GUJUA. Vlee-rres, :;a.Jea. N". H
The Davidson Loan Company
PAID-UP CAPITAL, SGOOO.
Money Always on Hand to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property.
Have Loaned More Money in Southern Kansas than any Company in the
mcE wrrn cmzEXS iun. Xorthw-w:
Comer Xzua iuvel &ua uouat" ' i
Trains are nov running' regularly tn K.U'ioad from Wichita, to
These towns are in the best portion -of
Sedp-wick County, Kansas.
ilapa of Towns and Fricos can bo bad ts hereinafter sat forth :
A l, Wichita, call en N. P. Niederlandor or Koa Harris;
At HaJxife. call on H. LondwnUiger;
At Colv7:ca, call en Gso. W. Bto&r.rod;
At Andale, Call en Bank of Andal,-.
T. H. Eandall and"W. B. Maokio, ior Mt llopu 5o;.
At Haven, Call on Ash & Cnsrics-
Corner Douglas and Larxence Axrenues.
J. C. HSH, ITfeWci:t.
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J. 1. SL.VTER, CaAfcr.
ouvra ZsVck. v. vr. tvnoK.
OLIVET. BUC5. nc-rrwUcci.
O. P. EAUXFS. R. H. I'.OYS. Tl NT. VY RCsJS. A. L. HOCCJC.
Oil VKlt DUCK. JAMES n.yiSIt, 1. tV.WJLsOK.
J. H. i-LATtR. H.iI.DUClC.
V.. 1. ROXaSON",
W. U DUCK.
pour.ra atioxal bank. : Ycrt. st. ixus national r.vnk. s ij. ji
BANK OK KANSAS CITV. Kan.iCItr. Siw.
Generai Banking Business Respectfully soiictit a share of your patronage.
JL V UJLXJXXKJUJ
3STo. 134 Main Street.
Capital Paid Up,
Loans Money at Lowest Rates,
Issues Sight Drafts on all Paits cf Europe,
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.
J. I.. DYER.
H. W. LEWI.
SA21UR!. IIOL-CK. R0BBtlTE.E.VVSritENCK ......
t. v. aou.vrru.v. cr.Fii.vNK. a a.uyijb
SOL II HORN. iTrtldeu:
A. 7. OLIVER. Vfo? TicsWeat.
31. V.. LBVY, CashUr.
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK.
Successors to Wichita Bank, Organized 1872.
Afc ?iiner, call on J. A. Meyer.
F. G-. SMYTH & SONS, Wichita.
N. F. NIEDJDRL.ANDBB,
A1TGLO-AMERICAN Loan Offlca.
KOS UASHIS, VJiohii.
P. V. HSALY,
Rduident on said Addito
"taction Town" Alfa to Wichita !
This addition lies west, of the city cf Wichita, ar d Immediately
adjoining the Fifth v'ard in said city. West Ecuglas avenue jues
through the center of the addition, and in the future growth of
Wichita, the lots on West Douglas avenue must become
This addition vas placed on the market in February 188G, and
out of 700 lots there arc only
s. ii. Kon:,
51. V. LEW.
, r. NU!DaRrv5rDEi.
V.-R.TUCKEK. JOHMJAVIDSO.V, J. C.110TAN.
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 bought.
:, O. DAVIDSON, eras.
C. A. IVALEEIt. Vlcol're.
JOILS C. UKllST. Cashier.
Paid-up Capital, - - $200,000
Stockholders Liability, - - $400,000
Largest Faid-TTp Capital of any Eank: in tho Stato of Kansas.
A. K. BITTOO.
n. O. LE2.
H. L. tAVnK.
T7. E. STAXLEY.
. O. DAVIDSON
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
United States, County, Township and Muni
cipal Bonds Bought and Sold.
n. LOMBAIU), JR.. Irr'dnt.
J. 1. ALLEN, Vict I'rcsldent.
L.n nCTT.VKIt. "ibfT.
w. 11 uvio:fro;.', auuisc Cuhit
STATE NATIONAL BANK.
(SUCCESSOn TO IZAJIS.13 STATE liAi.'U
Of this addition to vhich the attention of those seeding 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 Dig Arkansas River.
SEGQND.--Garfieid University, the Stab. Christian College
abulldin? which, when completed, will cost over $100,000
lies immediately south of the additon.
TH!RD.-The Catholic society are building a college Im
mediate! v west of this addition, the cost of which will be
$100,000, and this plant 14 to be added to from year to
FOURTH. The Missouri Pacific R. R. will in a short time
place shops on the addition, and a depot of W. & C. and Fl
Scott R. R. will be placed on this addition inside of 30 days
FIFTH. The new Fifth Ward School building is completed, ihe cost
of which is $15,000.
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 addfcion.
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. "WHIDY WIND." The investments on
the west side are booming the addition.
F, G. SMYTH, SR. P. V. HEALY.
KOS HARRIS. N. F. NIEDERLANDER.
GARISON & HOBSON.
HUSEY & KRCENERT, E. H. DEV0RE k CO
12. LOHEAHD. Jr.. J. P. AlJ-IK.'. .'L; C CAIiKV. KOB. 1UMU3,
l. d. sskocep.. 4'cntii cirrro. w. r. oiiBiaf. v. v. jieai;
OSOIMIS E. SPALTO-f.
.ATIO.VAL BASK. OF THE nd'UBUC, :t Yorh.
llilST .VATIO.VAl. nxiiK. Kaaj City.
NATIOSA1. 8.C?C OP AyVJUCA. CWJCiTJ.
TJLACE-fTOJkE HATlOStAis liAX. JJtO
B. LOMEA11D. KL, l'rcajt.
JAXE3 L. tOXHAUy, ;torfUJ&t.
omoara Mortgage uo.
U MbAS blAfl vnixk utiLyiiiS.
Monev on hand No delay whmmcoxsXry azu3
and title are good. Eattelowas
lll A2ad sim ua 0
S. S KING, Seciy.
r. c. rMttMf . YnOOmi.
yr.n. memu, cm.-.
ytr. twmfc mn rWw
First Arkansas Valley Bank.
Ko. 83 Haln Street.
Do a General Banking Business m all its kkdeni Finc1ies.
.rHwl r iut-'.4i .ttJ' V-n vi&V&'7Mozifif.' '. Mttl
tffXrt by Ui tam'nz. .u -ifr U f i-sr. la !s wwrfcl 10 er Intm til yntxriA Uc;orrJ
COZINE & RIDDELL,
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j r r r r
OTQ J a
City Proyerty and Farms tor Sale- -Rente CoHcctctJ arJ Taxes Paid.
ANGLO AMERICAN CO. jCorresooidenceSo'c.icJ Bitt jcssomp'yw-.cecxo.
156 N. 3A32TST. - TnCHTT, KA27SAS.