The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 4, 1892 · Page 2
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1892. BETTER, Agency's Report as to •QSneral Trade. jw |ii8^ DOING WELL. i'^fftt^/Xho Cttlei Are Ui'ocralljr Kn- (rlns ^poonlBtlon HIM Mot M -y, IS^ A*lre -Nam (>«r of Failures J pMMT 'jtJio I .labllltlM For the •v^'i .Cj ^tt^Tt.'r I .<Mm Than Hame *,*T?> * 1 : Time Lant Veilr. ' rM 4 (Wf Vfrjuc, April 3.—R. 0. Dun A iV %neldy review of trade says: BjHjMS business outlook is distinctly ff»#. There has eorae a distinct in the marketing of lnonn- tfctanxl products and greater activity Intoutajrlinesof domestic trade This U In pert due to more favorable weather tit most sections and the improved con- ditton of country roods and to the prospect* of au early spring. The manufacturers are doing well. Probably -the cotton manufacture has never turned as great a quantity of goods at •Joy other time ns it has this year thus far, with less accumulation of its products in the hands of manufacturers or -wholesale dealers. The distribution has been remarkably large and the remit of trade generally satisfactory, as prices of the material have declined, while goods, though on the whole as cheap us at any other time, are fairly maintained in prices. "The woolen manufacture also shows distinct improvement in some branches, though not in carpets, nor the lower grades or mixed goods for inen'« wear. The better all wool goods, worsted and dress goods are more largely produced than in the past years and no ,undesir- »ble accumulation is seen. The boot and shoe business is also increasing and active, shipments now exceeding last year's and orders being large and urgent "Reports from cities are generally encouraging. "Speculation during the week has not been very active. Wheat has declined 2% cents, corn K cent, oil a fraction and pork 25 cunts a barrel. The decline in wheat is mainly due to the •hrinkuge in foreign demand, western receipts continuing large. As the new crop draws nearer, and the prospect ia that it will bo very large, prices naturally tend downward. Although cotton receipts have been smaller than a year ago, the pressure of stocks here and abroad have caused a further decline of a sixteenth. Coffee is also % cent lower and the general tendency of prices ia toward a lower level. But in the icon trade bottom seems to have teen reached. More business is seen at Philadelphia and many furnaces have ceased production so that fewer forced sales are reported, though a new and large furnace in Alabamjtbegins work. ,. Ho improvement in seen in bar iron, but aomc in plates, and in structural iron the demand ia better than a year ago. Copper is unsettled and irregular, tin •lightly lower and lead dull. The market for coal is distinctly firmer. Money markets here and throughout the country are abundantly supplied, and there ia no sense of anxiety manifested in any quarter. "The failures during the first quarter of 1892 were 3,864 in the United States against 3,345 lust year and the liabilities •39 ,284 ,349 against $42,167,631 last year. Increase is seen in the eastern states, but a great decrease at the west and some decrease in every other section. "The business failures occurring throughout the country during the last •even days number 218 as compared with a total of 231 last week. For the corresponding week of last year the figures were 243." A DEATH LKAV. A Woman aud Child Were Killed While Three Other Little Ones Wero atuimod. BKIILIN , April 3.—A dwelling house in Fosen caught fire last night and before all the occupants could got out the •tail-cases were burned away. In the fourth story were a woman and five children, and the only way for them to attempt to escape was to jump from the windows. The crowd in the street procured a blanket, which was spread open and held in position by a number of men, and the woman and children wero told to jump. The woman jumped first, struck the blanket with such force that it was torn from the grasp of the men und she was dashed to the stone pavement and was instantly killed. One of the children then jumped and met the same fate, it seeming to be Impossible for the men to hold the blanket firmly enough to break the fall. The, other three children escaped death, but each of them received injuries which will probably prove fatal. Xjexlngtou, Jtto., Primbytery. OuntTOH, Mo., April 3.—Yesterday morning's session of the Lexington Presbytery opened at 8:80, and the morning was devoted to committee work and the election of delegates to the general assembly, at Memphis, Tenn., in May. Ministers J. H. Hout, of Warrensburg, and Taylor Bernard, of this . city, and Elders Hon. T. ,1 •yVhltset^ of Centerview, and Hon. J. W. Moore, of Kansas City, are the delegates. The afternoon was taken up in a debate on foreign missions in its various phases, and was rather exciting and entertaining. Evangelist W. 8. James, of Weathorford, Tex., preached a stirring Bermon to u big audience last night. All the pulpits in this city will be filled by the visiting ministers Sunday. A Noted Steamship Owner Dead. LONDON , April 8.—-Alexander Allan, senior partner of the well known steamship firm of Allan Bros. & Co., whose vessels ply between England und varl ous American und Canadian ports, died in Englund to-day. Xloath of John llutehlili;*. ICANBAM Cirv, Kan., April 8.—John JfJutclunga, of Lawrence, Kan,, general uttorney for the Kansas City, Wyandotte & Northwestern railroad, died at au early hour this morning at the home of his brother, Attorney C. F. Hutchings, on Eighteenth street, near flraml- vicw avenue. His death en me after a sickness of nine months and was due to a complication of maladies that baffled the best of physicians. Mr. Hutchings' health began to decline lust summer, at which time he weighed 210 pounds, but he was not eoi;flned to his bed till the middle of July. SUMS OF MONEY SUBSCRIBED. Threats Against the Establishment of an Irish Parliament. . LONDON ', April 3.— The meager official report given to the press after Thursday's private caucus of the Unionists of Ulster gave no idea of the warlike tone of the speakers at that meeting. Knowing that their days are numbered as belonging to the government majority, and seeing that the Irish parliament is the dominant fact of the near future, these advocates of constitutional order under the tory regime mot to declare a civil war in the event of a liberal majority altering the constitution. The war drum throbbing throughout the speeches was, however, only faintly heard in the resolutions adopted. The meeting was held at Dawnshine house, the residence of Lord Arthur Hill, comptroller of the queen's household. All the Ulster members wore present except three. Some fiery spirits urged a plain declaration of an immediate resort to arms when Ulster is placed under the Dublin parliament. But, though menace was often used publicly by Col. Saundcrson and others during the home rule crisis of 1886, the leaders of the group now find it prudent to wll their throats in more moderate language. The liberal papers treat the proceedings as buncombe and the prediction of u rebellion as mere vuporing. Interviews with several Ulster delegates in the lobby to-day gave the impression of an intense hostility to home rale, even keener than at the time when the movement was organized. Money was partly subscribed to arm 800,000 men, and Col. Saunderson boasted that he would respond to the call to a revolt. As shrewd an observer as Lord Randolph Churchill still professes to believe that Ulster will light, but no fear of this feature will in the slightest deter or alter the liberal policy. In the meantime the Ulsterites' plan of campaign will be a vigorous agitation in Ireland and Great Britain, working up the constituencies to believe in their menaces. An abundance of money enables the chief committee, composed of Col. Saunderson, Sir H. T. Harlan and T. W. Bussell, to organize provincial committees, the first development of whose action will be disclosed at a convention in Belfast about Whitsuntide. Although the national Irish members consider the matter only subject for derision, Mr. Sexton last night called Mr. Balfour's attention to the fact that a crown minister, the comptroller of the queen's household, proposed a resolution inciting a section of the Irish to disorder. Mr Balfour declining to commit himself by any statement in reply, Mr. Sexton in timated that he would recur to the subject. In Favor of Cleveland. KANSAS CITY , Kan., April 3.— The Wyandotte county democratic convention assembled this afternoon, at the Tabernacle, in Kansas City, Kan., to select delegates for the Salina convention, which will name the state delegates to the national convention. Resolutions in favor of Grover Cleveland for the national presidency were passed. Drive Ihtm awry—tho aches, pains, weaknesses and ailments that make woman's life miserable. Some of Uiom may Be serious, and of long standing; they'll need time, perhaps, and patience. But all of them can certainly be cured and corrected with Dr. Piorco's Favorite Prescription. It's a powerful, invigorating tonic and a soothing and strengthening nervine; a legitimate medicine, purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, and carefully adapted to women's delicate needs. At tho two critical periods in a woman's life—the change from girlhood to womanhood, and, later, tho "change of life"—it is a perfoctly Mfe and an especially valuable- remedial agent that can produce only good results. For all" female complaints," irregularities, and weaknesses, "Favorite Proscription" is the only remedy so unfailing and effective that it can be guaranteed. If It doesn't benefit or euro, in every case, tho money will bo refunded. Another Chance for a Home. It is expected the Sisseton and Wahpeton reservation of lands that are near Watertown, South Dakota, and that join Minnesota at Lake Traverse, will by President Harrison's proclamation be opened for settlers under the homestead act, about April 15, 1892 The great Rock Island and Albert Lea are the only lines giving choice of routes to Watertown. You can go via the twin cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and see the great wheat center of the northwest. The other route is via Davenport, Cedar Rapids, Spirit Lake, Iowa, and Pipestone, Minnesota, to Watertown South Dakota. The land office is located at Watertown, and this is your chance to secure a quarter section of good land. Address for full information as to rates, etc., JOHN SKUASTIAN, 4-2 G. T. & P. A., Chicago. At HOTEL BRUNSWICK Room 34. Hutchinson, Kansas. Consultation Free. Ml The Homeliest Alau In Hutchinson As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to eall on any druggist and get, free a trial bottle of Kemp'sBalsam for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely on its merits and guarantee to cure all chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bronchitis and con sumption. Large bottles 50 cents and SI It is a truth in medicine that the smallest dose that performs the cure is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perform the cure and are the best. Beam's Midland Pharmacy. Fine Playing Cards. Send (10) cents In stamps to John Sebastain, general ticket and passenger agent, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railway, Chicago, 111., for a pack of the latest, smoothest, slickest playing cards you ever saw. Just the thing for High Five parties. For a 50c express money order or postal uote will send you five packs. French Tansy Wafer*. These wafers are for the relief and cure of painful irregularities, and will remove all obstructions. They are sure and safe every time. Manufactured by Emerson Drug Co., San Jose, Cal., and for sale at A. & A. Drug Co., 100 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kan. Mrs. R. L. Smith, M. D., The Eminent Specialist can tell your disease without asking questions, or having ~ any previous knowledge of your complaint. The doctor is a graduate of both the old and new school of medicine, with a practice of over 20 years',and will GUARANTEE A CURE in Catarrh, Bronchitis, Incipient, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Cancers, AND AU. DISEASES J'KCUMAR TO WOMKN. KOCH is not the only medical discoverer. DR. SMITH by the aid of the microscope has discovered n sure cure for all ulcerations of the mucous membrane wherever located, and ladies who are' suffering with complaints peculiar to their sex, can be sure of a speedy relief and permanent cure. Patients given up by other physicians are invited to call for a free consultation and advice. Tho doctor treats all diseases of whatever name or nature and will proform any necessary opera tion in general surgery when desired Can Catarrh be Cured P 29 Hicks St., Utica, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1888. This is th certify tnat I have been a great sufferer from dyspepsia and nasal catarrh. I commenced last June to take treatment of Dr, Smith, and after using her remedies for two weeks my dispepsin vrinished as if by magic aud in six weeks time my catarrh was gone. As Dr. Smith had cured mc after other physicians have failed feel that I can not have csay too much in her praise. Any one writing or calling on me can learn the truth of the above testimonial. MRS. IIBNIIY RUQOLKB. Six Mfii Muiijclcd Hy Dynuniito. BKBSIC.MI '!'.. Aln., April 3.—Yesterday afternoon the Sterling dynamite works were destroyed by an explosion, the cause of winch is unknown. Six men who were at work were instantly killed. Nearly every pain of glass in the town was broken and the force of the explosion was plainly felt in Birmingham, fifteen miles away. Mills' Assignments. WAHHINOTON , April S.—Senator Mills, of Texas, fairly entered upon his senatorial duties yesterday, and accepted as his committee assignment .the places vacated by his predecessor, Senator Chilton. He will thus be a member of the committees on coast defenses, mines and mining, patents and post offices and post roads. Faith Care's Victim. CHICAGO . April S.—When Mrs. Jennie Nichols, n widow aged 35, died to-day after a week's illness, the police promptly arrested Mrs. Stcb- bins, so-called Christian scientist, who has been in attendance. Others associated with Mrs. Stebbins in the affair would, it was reported, be also taken in custody. A Nevada, Mo., Merchant Hulcldea. NENADA, MO ., April 8.—Michael Jordan, One of the most prominent business men here, left his store at 10 o'clock this morning and went di rectly to his residence, and then went to the barn and, climbing into the hay, deliberately cut his throat with a penknife that he had ground very sharp. '•Late to bed and to rise will shorten the road to your home in the Bkies." But early to bed and a '-Little Early Risar," the pill that makes life longer and wiser. Beam 's Midland Pharmacy; Neuralgia Cared In 15 Minutes. Mr. J. S. Sturtevant, editor of the Waupaeo (Wis.) Post, says: "Last night Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured my wife of neuralgia of the face and tooth in fifteen minutes. We would not be without it." 50 cent bottles for sale by C. B. Winslow, 15 South Main, » Winter Excursions. Salt Lake and Ogden—Round trip 851.50. Tickets good for ninety days. Las Vegas and Hot Springs and return—Round trip tickets, good for ninety days, 825. On sale every day in the year, Pacific Coast Points—880 for round trip tickets good for six months, with choice of all routes. Helena, Butte and Melrose, Mont., round trip 800; tickets good ninety days. Rates to the following Texas points are now in effect. Tickets good returning until June 1, with transit limit of thirty days in each direction: Austin, Texas 824.85 El Paso. Texas 37.95 Deming, New Mexico 37.95 Houston, Texas 28.40 Lampasas, Texas 24.10 New Orleans, Louisiana 44.80 J. W, TEPFonn, Agent. Tho packet A. L. Mason completed Its flrBt up-stream trip Saturday, arriving from St. Louis at Kansas City at 0 o'clock in the morning with about 651) tons of freight. Halifax is to be made a general cattle- shipping port for all of Canada. President aud Mrs. Harrison gave a reception Friday evening to James Whitcomb Riloy, the Hoosier poet, who gave some recitations. The White house was decorated in his honor. Manl notables were present. —"You know, Dorothy, these biscuits of yours," lie began, as he reached across tho breakfast table and helped himself to tho seventh. "Ves?" said his wife, witli a wintry, feeble smile. "Ah! they're nothing like mother's." "No?" And the smile was gone. "No. Not a bit. You see, mother's were heavy nnd gave me dyspepsia, while yours are as light- ns a feather, and I can eat about—why, what's the matter, Dorothy?" She had fainted.—Kate Weld 'a Washington. CURE Mck BsvUcho and relievo ill the *oaMM mot- Atnt to abuloas sUtoof ths tyitetm. saoli M Bltstnen, Nuuev Dromiaeas. Vittr— site* eating. Sain In the Side. So. While their most • * i shown iaewmS-/ SICK BetaMfce, vet Oattofa Little liver MM aw tquilly valuable is fci^Ur^oacurUigaiid pre- Ten Una wUsiwoyinKCompbunl, while (herein corrfMsfalldlsordorsoftheatomachAUniDlaUtna liver and regakie too bowels, Evaaif tberoalf HEAD fsVckatherwealdbealmaMprloelesateihasewM eroffar from CUs distressing oompI&lnt( butfortu- Bitely their goodneai does notendhon^andthoea whoonee try them will find these little plilmlo. able la soxosay ways that ihoy will not be wil- iltag to (to without them. Out af tor allsluk head ACHE lis tho bans of so many lives that hero to whan -wemtkoourcToatboast. Ourpillaouroitwhile Others do not. Carter's Little Liver Fills aro very smalt and very easy to take. Ono or two pills wake a dose. Tooy arestrlotlyvogotabloanado not gripe or puree, bat by their guutlo action please all who wo them, lu vialunt'JB coins; Uval'or*l. Sold by druggUtseferywhcru, orsouiby malL OARTER MEDIC. A1E CO., New York; SMALL PILL. SMALC DOSE. SMALL PRICE Rheumatism can be Cured. And is no longer a mystery, from two to eight weeks being sufficient to remove this dread disease. Thomas G. Brooks, Union Valley Cortlandt county, N. Y., cured of chronic rheumatism in one month. He will reply to anv questions by letter. Mrs. O. 15. Bennett, 707 Dominick street. Home, N. Y., cured of a severe attack of rheumatism in 24 hours, the third dose removing the severe pain. Mrs. C. YV. Uowiek, 32 Hicks street, Utica, N. Y., had female diseases and pronounced incurable by her family physician was cured in six weeks, and is now at work in one of the cotton mills of Utica. Particulars of her case will be given at the office. THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements Inserted in this department will be charged for at the rale of one- half cent per word; they must be inserted for a definite number of times and paid for when Insertion commences, this rule will be strictly observed In all ctutcs. WASTED. WANTED—Good, clean rags at the News press room. W ANTED—A girl to do general Housework at 501) °\ east, tf w w 'ANTED—A girl to do light housework at 1,010 North Main street. tf W ANTED—Olrl for general housework. Apply at 313 First avenue cast. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. PHYSICIANS. g H. siDLuraSnT Physician nnd Hnre;ee>ii. Office over Sldllnger's drug stare, telephone, 10; residence, 00, "IP Ofllce KS. STEWART, 387 North Main. DR. J. E. STEWART, Practice limited to Burgery and Diseases of Women. Eye, Ha? Throat and Nose. (Masses properly adjusted. ANTED-Olrl Good wages. for general housework. Apply at r.W North •11 W. MAG HIRE, M. D., Treats Kye, Ear, Nnae and Threat Mseaaes ' Carefully. w 0n }£V.°- 110 North Main. ReeMence, 0*8 I North Main. W ANTED—An apprentice girl at once at Miss Ketle's dreeBmaklng rooms.Santa Pe block. at W ANTED—Girl for general housework Call on Mrs. Colvlllc, at all) Second avenue east. W ANTED—Good clean, cotton raoa at the NBWS office prcsa room. Will pay good price. W ANTED—Permanent position as typewriter, bv a lady with llrst-class references. Address "A. this office. WiBh ' to advertise anything any- j at any time write to Uco. P. Row- cll & Co., No. 10 Spruce St., New York, tf I P you where at any "HTANTED—To sell twenty-five pairs of »5 fY pants in the next ten days. E. O. Richmond & Co., No. 7 Sherman street cast tf w -A good jsirl No. Washing, By Mrs. Woods, U'-JO Sixth .avenue eata. (or housework. Harry 0. S ALESMEN—Enevg< _ prepaid outfit. One of our agents has earned over JMO.OOO In Ave years. P.O. Box 1371, New York, 3t C OUNTY offlcent should call or address us when In want of printing of any description, blank books or binding. We give satisfaction. NKWS CO.. Hutchinson, Kan, M ONEY TO LOAN—(Unlimited) on first- class farm and city property. I wish also to buy purchase money mortgages. Write or call on L. A. Hunker,"25 North Main street, Hutchinson. S ALESMEN WANTED—To sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail trade! Permanent position, wages, advertising, etc Liberal salary and expenses paid, —Money advanced for . For full particulars and reference address Centennial Mfg. Co, Chicago. III. *0-14. DJ1DPAIIJT Album for 31. Hand- llllfflllli IIV _ some colored plush, UnilUlTlIll full quarto size, cle gant Interior, a rich gift for a for friend, or au elegant ornament for your own parlor. If you want one of these albums, send me $1 at once, as the supqly is limited. Six for Sf). Address H. F. STEWART, 48 W. Eleventh St. Philadelphia. Pa. W ANTED—F'ifty Intelligent persons to do writing (copying) at their homes. Twenty-five cents paid for,every 100 words. Fair penmanship and promptness of execution of work are requisite. Applications must be accompanied uv ten cents for particulars. Address: Prof, F- .1. Vanderberg, E resident of Leavenworth Business college, icavenworth. Kan. E v VERY one in need of information on the ct of advertising will do well tc copy of "Book for Advertisers,' 36M pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postage paid, oh receipt of price. Contains a careiu compilation from the American Newspaper Directory of all the b«st papers and class Journals; gives the circulation rating of every one, and a good deal of information about rates and other matters pertaining to the business of advertining. Address Rowell's Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., New York, tf Testimonials of cures in Hutchinson Great Bend, Garden City and other places in Kansas, given upon nppricn tion at the office. Freeman & Haines, UOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING A SPECIALTY. Also dealers in Paints, Oils, G-lass and Painters' Supplies. No. 10 Second Avenue East. Remedies and Treatment for the Core of Call on or address the Keeley Institute of Indian Territory, OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T: (SUCCESSOR TO \VM. MORRISON.) Corner of Main and Fourth. Tho place to buy your beef, porlt veal and all kinds of sausage, oysters, fish and game. John Hartinan, cutter. Telephone 33, TT OST—A small gavel, hearing the initials _Li D. of H. Please leave at this office, tf T OST—A small opened face gold watch Xj and chain. Finder please leave at J. S. Dunn's. Liberal reward. :u J O. MALCOLM, und Sarffeun (Hommpathlc) Offlce 1121st avenme east. ATTORNEYS. JNO. W. RODEWsT Attorney at Law. Rooms 'i, 3 and 4, Mn. 3 Bouth Main. T ESL1K & CRAWFOKD. I i Attorneys at Law.. Successors to Swigart & CrawfM} Penney Building;, oppositiiUourt Boaiw. I ^DWARD A. HARR1MAN, Attorney nt Law. Offlce In Hutchinson National llaak kalldkag -yy -M. WHITEI.AW, Attorney at IJIW, Offlce over First National Bank. BUrance on Sherman street. w H1TES1DB & GI.KASON Offlce, 1, 1 Attorneys at LHW, , 3, 4, over No. 24 South Mats St. y rpAYLOR & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law, Offlce, up-stairs, Masonic Temple. M' ODERN WOODMEN OV AJfRRICA Meet in the hall of MeClurp's store, at. No. 20 South Main street, every Monday evening. Visiting neighbors': always welcome. \Y. R. MARSHALL , Cleric. A. M. llUTCHIMSOM, V. c. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Rock iitlanjl. KABTWARD. No. 22, Mall and Express No. 24, Night ExprcBS ' *No. 04, Freight Accommodation WESTWARD. No. 23, Mall and Express No. 21, Night Express *No. 03, Freight Accommodation.! napAKrs. S:r,0 a. m »:B0 p. m. 11:45 p.m. nHPAUTS. 6;J! 8:bT> p. m 8:00 p. m No. 21 runs to Pratt only. No. 23 runs through to Dodge 01 ty as* Liberal. •No. 04 dally except Sunday. •No. 03 dally except Sunday. Mlsaourt Padua. KABTWAllO. Local Freight (daily) leaves..... St. Louis Mall (daily) leaves W. &C. Acc. (dally) mixed leaves. 0:00 a. m 0:30 a. m 4:10 p. m WESTWARD. Local Freight (dally) leaves W.*O. Acc. (dally)mixed arrives. Denver Express (daily) leaves. •. 0:46 a. m »:46a in 7:3g p. m. Oars run through to fit., uange Chair Oars to Denver free of charge. —* >'— *- ill poi-* P. 5.: .l^uto w*M »oat, T», la the short line to all points west. LEiHBAcn, Agent, H. C. TOWK8BND, Gen. Pas. Agent Hutcltlnsou ft Southern. L OST—Pocket book, containing about 81U. between First and Avenue A. Liberal reward for the return to this offlce. " OST—A letter addressed to Dr. H. J. Du- J val, between avenue A and First avenue. Leave at 10 South Main street It L OST—A sum of money, by the man who buyH his paints, oils, glass or painters' supplies of any other bouse than Freeman & Haines, No. 10 Second avenue east. tf PERSONAL. "f ADIES—The famous Iilush of Roses posl- :lv cures pimples, ^ freckles, black- XJ tlvel, . heads and moth and all skin diseases, or money refunded by the proprietor, M|ss Flora A. Jones, South Rend, Indiana by all druggists. Sold FOR HAI.K. •No. 2, Mall and Kxprcss... tNo. (i. Freight and Acc'n.. •No. 1, Mail and Express tNo. 5, Freight aud Acc 'n AltKlVBS. 6:30 p. m. 11:30 a. m MPARTS 8:00a. m. <:16 p. m. •Daily Close <• Kingman with diverging lines, tDaily except Sunday. Close connections made at HutchtMson and Atclilsou, Topeka A Santa Fa. In effect on and after November IB, 1891. WESTBOUND. TilOR SALEX! No. 004 F East. Hen house and fence. Cheap * 4t TJV)R SALE—A heifer Jersey calf. Jj of W. C. Devler, Inquire TjlOR SALE—Old papers In packages of 100 JC for sale at the NEWS offlce. F OR SALE—Fine ranch of 2720 acres at Callsta. Kingman county, Kan., for sale at a bargain. Also 000 acres pasture for sale or rent. Address Henry Bennett, Callsta, Kan. 33td&w F OR SALE—Farm. 100 acres; fourteen mileH north of Hutchinson: smooth, rich soil; 80 acres In cultivation, 10 acres young orchard: living water runs through pasture lined with elegant shade trees for stock: comfortable house; good well, stable and corral. One-third of wheat crop thrown In if taken at once. (3,000. F.O.Marshall, Inman township. It FOR KENT. TTWR RENT—Furnished and unfurnished i; rooms in the Woodard block. 153 "1J10R SALE—Large steam Singer Sewing X! machine. Enquire at this offlce. tf XfOR BENT—Pleasant furnished chambera, XI south and west front, avenue A Ot TJV)R RENT—My nine room residence No. X? 307, avenue B east. City water tn kitchen and bath room. Lot 00x105 feet. Bearing peach and apple trees. Lars bearing grape arbor. Enquire of J. 1 George. Ot ARLINGTON NURSERY, ARLINGTON, Reno Co. Kan. Grows a general stock of all trees and plants especially adopted to this region of Country. The oldest and largest nurccry in central or western Kansas. Send for price list, or call and examine stock before engaging elsewhere. Sale yard on south Main street. Hutchinson, where stock may bo cured at same rates as at nursery. B. P, Hanan, Prop. Mingled, Kan, S.IYUII ILt&UU.J v&bLuuitshed IB.... ,108 8. WATER 6T. CHIOAGO, XXJXI., COMMISSION MERCHANT; BROOM CORN P«|>« * Grein (omulitlM. l *W tiuntENo, Warner A I'a.', Ur«f*t*. '» W, A. Allan tt'oot, *t Trains. % p Leave Kansas City. Arrive Hutchinson. Leave Hutchinson. Denver & UtahV.Ex California &Mex.lim. Colorado night Ex.. Freights... Freight... fl 3 7 30 43 10:45 a.m. 10:55 a.m. 0:20 p.m. .1:30 p.m. 6:40».m. 8:16p.m. 7:45a.m. 3:43p.m. 0:40p.m. 6;40p.m. 8:20p.m. 8:05am. 7:' KABTROUND. Trains. a: o Arrive Hutchinson. Leave Hutch*, tnson,' Arrive Kansas City. New York Limited Ex. Chicago Vestibule Kx'ss Cannon ball Missouri river night Ex. Freight 1 0 a 38 44 7:50 a m 10:37am 8:15pm 1:20 p m 8:35 am 8,10 am 10:37an 8:35 pn 1:26 pa 0:30 am 4:40ip a 0:06 pn 7:00 an .......... Chicago, Kansas A Weateru Railroad. Hutohlunon Extension. SanFranc'co] & Texas Ex.. Acco'md'Uon New York! Limited Ex. Accom'd'tlon 8:20 pm 8:20 am Leave Hutchinson. Leave Kinsley 4:37 a ml 2:45 p ml Arrive Hutchson.: 7:50 am 7:30 p m| Arrive Kinsley 12:20am 1:20 pm Arrrlv* Kansa'l CitJ.^ 4:40 pm No. 3 carries through Pullman and tourist sleeping cars to Sau Diego, Xios Angeles, Saa Francisco and City of Mexico. No. 5 carries through. Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Pueblo, Coloradao Springs and Denver, making connections at PuebTs and Colorado Springs with through sleepers forSan Francisco and Portland^ via. Salt Lake. No. 7 carries through Pullman sleeper to Dodge City and through coaches to Pusblo and Denver. No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to SL t,ouls. ,Ji 0 '^ parries through Pullman sleepen and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers and chait cars to Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo. GEO. T. NICHOLSON, UUBe »'"' m< * G. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan, <•.• . . J. W. TBUVOHD. Agent Santa Fe Route. Hutchinson. rittrouM,-,] v.- ]"rh tWnorrlioml f (ilevt, w hi it* |,; icrmatorrhmil or imymmtf!!:, I diBchantsiik" 'your drutwH U:-t a bottle,of CI .T V ' 1,1 11 'ewdays wiilioiittfco.n.-l (.vnubllcity of a (-•vi doctor. 1 iSwHjcuurnnfccil i -pc .;R(,noim' and to Ftrlctuxe. I 't>>» Vt.lwni>l Awltar. Cure. Mitiiufaisturcd by ^Tha Evans' ChcoioalOo. CINCINNATI, 0. . E.«. ^^^^

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