9. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1892. /UNCERTAINTY 1 As to When the Cherokee Strip Will Be Opened For Settlement. THE COMMITTEE ON RULES, M to BatMHrted, Can Facilitate the Suttar, Mr micro Is l'ructloallr No Opposition Im lh» BUI—Premium Will Bm Brought to Hftv* the Order Mnd* Within » Wcok. WASHINGTON , April G.—Delegate Bary^y, «f Oklahoma, is one of the busiest ven in congress. The prospectl' •penlng erf the Indian lands brings to Wn> daily hundreds of letters which have to be answered. Bach of these letter* 1> on the i>anw subject und contain the same inquiries. They come from Missouri, froih Kansas, Nebraska and ai Jar away as Colorado and Georgia. To eaoh the same stereotyped answer Is returned. Nothing is as yet definitely known as to how soon the lands will bo open to settlement. As lias been stated, the Cheyenne und Arapahoe lands will be . opened by the 15th of April. As to the Cherokee strip, Mr. Harvoy has hopes that the proclamation will bo issued bo- fore many months. Hut great uncertainty attaches to the proposition as yet. Delegate Harvey's bill opening the Cherokee strip will be considered by the committee on Indian affairs today. It will be approved by the committee and then go before the house, If the committee on rules will report an order setting an early day for the con- alderation of the bill, there is no doubt that it will pass the house. There Is practically no opposition to it. The early consideration of the measure rests alone with the committee on rulus after U>c bill is reported. This order may be made within u week, us its friends hope, and it may be delayed indefinitely for other business. Whatever pressure can be brought to liear on the committee will be exercised as soon as the committee on Indian affairs is through with its share of the work. John III nlceV merchant,. Ueorire Illake, his son, aged 11. Miss Annie Uobbins, postmistress. Karl Kerr, ajfi d II; .Mrs. John Kerr. C. L. \\ uHtfiiite. clerk. Chicago: Edward Mott, aged 'i. Horace Matt, aged 5. Ilavld Hulctt, Infant. William (Sownn, aged 10. Samuel Harsdnlo, watchman. Miss Mury Wulsh, a visitor from Jo- llel, 111. Alice llulett, aged 7. Wamogo, Kan.: Mrs. Albert Eggera, farmer's wife. Two children of Mrs. Kggers, aged 8 and 5. Joseph Johnson, form laborer. Charles Taylor, farmer. Mrs. Charles Taylor, his wife. Nine-year-old child of obove. Augusta, Kan.: Albert Barnes, farmer. Infant child of William Rhoodes. Harmon Hosklns, farmer. Infant sou of the latter. Mrs. Herbert Abbott. Wellington, Kan.: Mrs, waiters, farmer's wife, child. William Little, farmer. Four children of tho latter. Bangs, Tex.: Miss .Tackson. Louis Brooks. Frank Brooks. Mrs. Frank Brooks, Strong City, Kan.: John farmer. Mrs. John Olosser, his wife. Infant child of the above. South Haven. Kan.: Benjamin H. Muple, farmer. James II. Maple, his son. Wichita, Knu.: PatrickMarlin,farmer. Eureka, Kan.: M iss Mary llizer. Moberly, Mo.: Mrs. James Connelly, St. Joseph, Mo.: Seven-year-old child of Rev. E. It. Buslinell. Santa Anna, Tex.: Willie McCullom, aged 14. Dubuque, la.: An unknown man. Winterset, lu.: John Bard. Vine Creek, Kan.: Miss Smith, farm er's daughter. Cove, Ark.: Two unknown men. i>EMONKTIZATION OF Sll.VKU. Tho Ueprcsalou lu Its Value Cuuse* a 1.0D' don PtipiT to Ulamc America Therefor, LONDON , April 5.—Inn! long article on the situation in India, growing out of tile fall in the price of the rupee, the Tunes says: "From the time of llv demonetization of silver in 1S73 to the passage of the Bland bill India has been helpless. She sees her currency the plaything of foreign legislation. The present rates of exchange are an intimation to everybody and to every firm with money Invested in India that they may soon have to write oil its value o&e-half of what it was valued twenty -five years ago. As far as can be seen the rupee has not yet reached Its loweBt value, and that it will scarcely reach Its lowest point while the American treasury continues to make en forced purchases of silver." A MKltlKS OV CHIMES. Joseph Sho- Her infant Glosser, WIWTEKN HAILSTORMS. Bard to twat- low — tho great, griping old-fashioned pill; and that's not the hardest part of it, cither. Your trouble* are only beginning when you get It down. It's all nonsense. You con get more good, and without bav ins to suffer for it, with Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Not merely temporary good, but help that laid. In a perfectly eaiy and natural way they cleanse and regulate the whole system, and keep It regulated, Sick and Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels ore promptly relieved and permanently cured. They're the original Liver Pills, the smallest, easiest and best to take—and they're the chtaprst, for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money Is returned. You pay only for the good yon get Thta is true only of Dr. Pierce's medicines. A perfect vest-pocket remwly, in small vials, and only one necessary for a dose. AtHOTEL BRUNSWICK Room 34. Hutchinson, Kansas. Consultation Free. AM Idaho llunoher's BU Daughters Implicated In Tlieiu. SALMON CITY , Idaho, April 0.—There have been of lute numerous hold-ups of the stage near Harvey's ranch and suspicion was finally directed to old man Harvey and his family. The sheriff, with ton men, waited in aiding near the place the robberies usually took place and when the Htage arrived there a short time afterward six bandits stepped out in the rood and stopped it. The sheriff appeared and took in the whole gang, who proved to be Harvey's six daughters in mule attire. One of tho girls weakened and told the whole story. She said she never liked the work and was glad they were caught. They were trained to it by their father and the proceeds were shipped east for sale, so as not to excite suspicion in the country. Iteulproolty With France. NEW YOKE , April 5.—non. Whltelsw Held, United States ministry to France, returned from Paris on the Bteamshlp IA Champagne yesterday morning. Mr. Reld was seen on board the steamer and talked freely concerning international affairs. He had with him the reciprocity and extradition treaties between the United States and France. Speaking of the treaties, Mr. Reld said: "Signing these treaties completes all but a few details, every matter of negotiation pending between the United States and France. It only remains for the United StateB and the French ohauibur of deputies to ratify them." The 1'arUIan Auarehlst. PARIS , April 6.—Ranuchol, the infamous Anarchist leader, has confessed that he was responsible for tho Boulevard St Germain and Labau barracks dynamite explosions and has named his assistants. To the ex umining magistrate lie said: "I am proud of what I have done. You will not get a single word of penitence from mo. If I hod not been arrested I would have continued my explosions, sparing no ono connected with the condemnation of other anarchists." For lleutluif II ur child to Death. DUBLIN , April 5.—The trial of Mrs. Annie Margaret Montague, wife of Mr. Robert Achesou Cromie-Montague, of Cronmoro house, county of Londonderry, indloted for manslaughter for killing her 3 -year -old daughter Helen, and for cruelty to Austin, Walter and Gilbert, three of her young sons, began here to-day. Crowds collected in the vicinity of the court house and immediately after the opening of the court room it wan crowded. Mrs. Montague was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced for one year at hard labor. THE IWATII HOLT.. List of fatalities From the. Statu of Texas to Chicago. ST. LOUIS , April B.— The following la a list of the deutha caused by tho recent . storms: Townuchi, Kan.: Dr. John D. Godfrey, retired phyaleiuH. - Hersliel Cujp, farmer. Several Cities In Kansas und Missouri Struck By Them. BUHMNOTON , Kan., April 5.—Sunday about 12:30 o 'clock a hall storm struck this city, breaking out nearly all the window lights in buildings on the south side. Some of the hailstones measured eight inches in circumference. The M, E. church and public school building suffered heavily. A great deal of damage was done to farm property east and south of here. Wind and rain accom panied the storm. AT NOIUIORNTC, 110. NORBOHNIC , Mo., April 5. —A terrific hail storm visited this place at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, doing considerable damage. Stones fell measuring four inches in diameter and weighing from one and a half to que and three-quarter pounds. The storm came from the northwest and was accompanied by very little wind. The skylights in the photograph gallery were all broken. There was a very slight fall of rain. AT LKXINOTON, .MO. LKXINOTO.N, .MO ., April 5.—This section was visited by a severe rain and bail storm at 3 o 'clock yesterday afternoon. The hailstones were larger than marbles, and fell so fast and furious that the ground was soon hidden. The roof of the police court was broken and some panes of glass suffered. It is estimated that during the afternoon there was an average rainfall of one inch or more. AT COFFEVVII.LE, KAN. COFFEVVILLK , Kan., April 5.—A terrible storm visited this locality yesterday afternoon. The wind was accompanied by hail and rain. The lightning struck the tall tower of the Episcopal church and tore the steeple to pieces. No one was in the church at tho time. Windows were broken by the hail, and barns and outhouses overturned by the wind. AT BMPOBIA, OABLAND AND FORT SCOTT. EJiroRiA, Kan., April 5.—Hail stones an inch and a half in diameter fell lost night, breaking much glass and doing other damage. In the afternoon a very heavy fall of hail 'occurred south of tho city. FOBT SCOTT , Kan., April 5.—Garland, a town of 400 inhabitants, twelve miles north of this city, was last evening visited by a severe hail storm from the west, and scarcely a window was left on that side of any building. This left most every house open to the long continued and heavy rain storm which fol lowed. This city was visited by one of the severest rain and wind storms ever experienced here, even exceeding in damage thot of last Friday. Another Chance for a Home, It is expected the Sisseton and Wah peton 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, 1802. 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 us to rates, etc., JOHN SKBABTIAN, 4-2 G. T. &. P. A., Chicago. The Homeliest Mnn in HiitchluHon As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call 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 chronicandacute coughs, asthma, bronchitis and con sumption. Large bottles 50 cents and SI that THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements Inserted In this department will be charged for at the rate of one- half cent per word: they must be Inserted for a dcllnitc nuralier of times anu paid for when Insertion commenceH. This rule will be strictly observed In all case*. WANTED. ANTED^Qo^^au~ragH ;it the KKWS pressroom. at~No. 4 South If PHYSICIANS. g HTSIDMNUKK, * rhrsielan und Surgeon. Office over Sldllnger'R drug store, telephone, 10; residence, utl. J'JHS. STEWART, 327 North Main. ANTED—Day boarders, Main street. ANTED-Aglrl to do general housework at 509 A east. DR. J. E. STEWAItT, Practice limited to Surgery and Diseases of Women. W ANTED—A girl to do light housework at 1,0111 North Main street. tf W ANTED-Glrl for general housework. Apply at :113 First avenue cast. J W. MAQUIRE, M. D., Treats Bye, Kur, Nose und Throat DIseaeM Carefully. Office, No. no North Main. ResMeMe, t•« North Main. W ANTED—Good clean, cotton rags at the NEWS offlce press room. Will pay good price. tf wish to advertise anything any _ : at auy time write to Geo. P. How ell & Co., No. 10 Spruco St., New York, tf I F you whereat auj J Q. MALCOLM, Physician And Surgeon (Homuapathic) QMce 112 1st avenae east. "ITTANTED—To sell twenty-live pairs of $5 W pants In the next ten days. E. O. * ' ^ " - street east tf Richmond & Co., No. 7 Sherman i Mrs. K. 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 vears'iand will GUARANTEE A CURE in Catarrh, Bronchitis, Incipient, Consumption. Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Cancers, AND ALL DISEASKH 1'ECUI.IAR TO WOMEN. KOCH is not the only medical discoverer. DR. SMITH by the aid of the microscope has discovered a sure cure for all ulcerations of the mucous membrane wherever located, and ladies who urei suffering with complaints peculiar to their sex, can be sure of a speedy relief and permanent cure. Patients given up by other physiciuns are invited to call for a free consultation and advice. The doctor treats all diseases of whatever name or nature, and will proform any necessary operation in general surgery when desired. ANTED— Services of some energetic men. Good salary paid to responsl hie' parties. _A.,'S. Hall. 1!)K North Main Hutchinson, " "" A.i Kan. 3t-T.W.&P..Ji C OUNTY officers should call or address us when In want of printing of any description, blank hooks or binding. We give satisfaction. -NKWS CO.. Hutchinson, Kan. ANTED—The party who took the cornet from the hand room, hetweer January 5 and 10, to return it at once, oi his name will he made public, and prosecu tion begun. Return withiu three days; party's name is known. Lewis Iloaglauu. S ALESMEN WANTED—To sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail trade. Liberal salarv and expenses paid. Permanent position. Monev advanced for wages, advertising, etc. Fof full particulars and reference address Centennial Mfg. Co. Chicago, 111. *(!-14. It is a truth in medicine that the smallest dose that performs the enre is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perforin the cure and are the best. Beam's Midland Pharmacy. Fine Playing Cnrds. 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 note will send you five packs. French Tansy Wafers. These wafers are for the relief and cure of painful irregularities, and will remove all obstructions. They ore 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. Can Catarrh be Cured P 20 Hicks St., Utiea, N. Y., Oct. 16,1S8S. This is th certify tuat I have been u great sufferer from dyspepsia and nasal catarrh. I commenced last Juiie to take, treatment of Dr, Smith, and after using her remedies for two weeks my dlspepsia vanished ns if by magic and in six weeks time my catarrh was gone. As Dr. Smith had cured mc after other physiciuns have failed, I feel that I can not have nay too much in her praise. Any one writing or calling on me can learn the truth of the above testimonial. MBS.-HENBY RUOGLES. Late to bed and to rise will shorten the road to your home in the skies." But early to bed and a '-Little Early Riser," the pill that makes life longer and wiser. Beam's Midland Pharmacy; Neuralgia Cured in IS Minutes. Mr. J. S. Sturtevant,. editor of the Waupaco (Wis.) Post, says: "Last night Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured my wife of neuralgia of the face and tooth in iiftean 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 VegaB and Hot Springs and return—Round trip tickets, good for ninety days, $25. 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 860; 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 37.05 Doming, New Mexico 37.05 Houston, Texas 28.40 Lampasas, Texas 24.10 New Orleans, Louisiana 44.80 J. W, TEPFORD , Agent. 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, Cortlnndt county, N. Y., cured of chronic rheumatism in ono month. He will reply to any questions by letter. Mrs. O. B. Bennett. 707 Dominiek street. Rome, N. Y., cured of a severe attack of rheumatism in 24 hours, the third dose removing the severe pain. Mrs. C. W Howick, 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 ease will be given at the offlce. Testimonials of cures in Hutchinson Great Bend, Garden City and other places in Kansas, given upon application at the office. Missouri Crop Bulletin, COLUMBIA, MO ., April 5.—The weather crop bulletin of the Missouri weather Berviee for the week ended April 3, says: Correspondents generally throughout tho state, complain of the' backwardness of the season, and especially of the retarding of spring work by excessive ruins. But little plowing is being done in the northern part of the state and no outs sown except in southern Missouri. Wheat is generally in a poor condition, meadows and pastures, while late starting, are doing well. Fruit prospects ure good. Murgaret Mather Meek* Divorce. CHICAGO , April 5.—Actress Margaret Mather's application for divorce, reported in Pittsburgh as having been filed here a month ugo, has been made pub- lie. It was not handed into court until Saturday and was suppressed for service until this morning. Orchestra Lender Emil Haberkorn, the husband, Is charged with desertion. John Conderniiiii, living ueur Carriage, 111., was killed by a horse's kiclc Secretary limine, after an absence oi six weeks, on account of sickness, appeared at tho state department Satur- urday morning/ Ho devoted an hour or two to routine business, The Sediiiii Mining & Prospecting- Co, has"been-wrgai»iMd at Sedaliu, Mo., with $50,000 chpltal to work ond develop coal nilneB^n that section.. Common Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps . lands. I Y SOAP DOES NOT. Photograph — Hand A D P Jl I M V Album for SI UnllUlll some colored plush _nilUnilll full quarto size, elegant interior, a rich gift for a for friend, or an elegant ornament for your own parlor. If you want one of these albums, solid ine SI at once, as the supqly Is limited. Six for $5. Address H. F. STEWART, 4H W. Eleventh St, Philadelphia, Pa. [j^VERY one in need of informatlonon the E subject of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of "Book for Advertisers. 3GH pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postagi paUT, on receipt of price. Contains a care fu compilation from the American Newspaper Directory of all the best papers and class Journals; gives the circulation rating of every one, aud a pood deal of Information about rates and other matters pertaining to the business of advertising. Address Row• • -- -• New tf ell's Advertising Bureau. 10 Spruce St, York, A small gavel, bearing the initials " " Please leave at this oftlcc. I " OST- J D. of H L OST—Pocket book, containing about $10, between First and Avenue A. Liberal reward for the return to this offlce. '~'t L OST—A sum of money, liv the man who buys his paints, oils, glass or painters' supplies of any other house than Freeman & Haines, No. HI Second avenue east. tf I'Olt KAl.K. 1 7K5R SALE -A heifer Jersey calf. Inquire J of W. O. Devicr. R SALE—Old papers In packages of 100 for Bale at the NEWS offlce. FOR KENT. E V5R RENT—Furnished and unfurnished rooms in the Woodard block. 153 T710R SALE— JC machine. Large steam Singer Sewing Enquire at this office. tf reeman & Haines, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. PAPER HANGING HID DECORATING t SPECIALTY. Also dealers in Paints, Oils, Glass and Painters' Supplies. No. 16 Second Avenue East. Renedtes mil Treatment for the Cure of ffl BABfl STATE AGENCY 0. S. Life Insurance Company of New York City. R. M. H ENDERSON, Manager Issues all the popular pol cies, the continuable term and the guaranteed income being the moBt popular. The former furnishes insurance at cost; the latter can be used as collateral for a loan from the company. These are very popular plans. All policies non-contestable and non-forfeitable. The simplest contract extant. All losses paid without discount Boon as proofs are received. R. M. HENDERSON, Manager. Call on or address the Keeley Institute of Indian Territory, OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T: ARLINGTON NURSERY. ARLINGTON , Reno Co. Kan, Grows u general stock of nil trees and plants especially adopted to this region of country. The oldest and largest nurcery lu central or western KansuB. Sond for price list, or call and examine stock before engaging- elsewhere. Sale yard on south M»in street. Hutchinson, where stock may bo secured ut eanic rates ns at nursery. Arlington, Kaa. B. P. Hanan, Prop. (SUCCESSOR TO WM. MORRISON.) Corner of Main and Fourth. The place to buy your beef, pork veal and all kinds of, sausage, oysters, fish und game. John Ilurtman, cutter. Telephone 83. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. R. A. 9TBWAJW\ Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Qlaaset properly a*)mstod. ATTORNEYS. j 'KO. W. ItOltERTS. Attorney at f.aw. Uooms 'J, H and 4, Mo. :\ South Mala. L ESLIE & CRAWFORD. AttorneyH at Law. Succe-^HOrfi toSwlpart A I'rawlord. Penney Uulldlng, onporfltcl'ourl House. •JgJDWAUD A. HAK1UMAN, Attorney at Laiv. Ofllce In lluti'lilnson National Dank building "^yMTwlHTKLAW, Attorney at Law, Omcc over First National Bank. Batrauce on Sherman street. -yyniTF.aiDE & GLKASON Attorneys at. Law, Odlce, 1, a. a, -t, over No. -M South Main St. 'ft rjlAYIAlR & TAYLOR, Attorneys at .Law, omcc, up-stalra, Masonic Temple. M ODERN WOODMEN OK AMERICA Meet in tho hall of McClurg's store, at No. ?n South Main street, every Monday evening. Visiting neighbors always welcome. W.'R. MARSHALL , Clerk. A. M. HirrcuuiMX, V. C. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Kock iHlnml. KABTWAHD. No. 22, Mall and Express No. 24, Night ExproHB •No. 04, Freight Accommodation No. WEBTWAHO. 23, Mall and ExpreHH... No. 21, Night Expreas •No. o:i, Freight Accommodation, DH1M.UTB. 8:M) a. m 9:00 p. m. 11:45 p. m. DHI'AIITS. (1:20 a. m. 0:55 p. m 2:00 p. m No. 21 runs to Pratt only. No. 23 runa through to Dodge Oity and Liberal. •No. 0* dally except Sunday. •No. 03 dally except Sunday.; MUifourl Pacific, KASTWAHO. Local Freight (dally) leaves St. Louis Mall (dally) leaves W. AO. Acc. (dally) mixed leaves, WESTWARD. Local Freight (dally) leaves W.& C. Acc.(dally)mixed arrives. Denver Express (dally) leaves... »:•» a. m 9;.'10 a. a 4:10 p. m »:4» a. m •:4a a m 7:22 p. Blj St. Care run through to change Chair Cars to Denver free of charge Is the short line to all points west. P. J. LEIMBAOH, Agent. EL C. TowNSBNn, Gen. Pas, Agent Louts 'wlthb Thli llutchltmou ft Southern. •No. 2. Mali and Express ARB1VE8. U:30 p. ml 11:30 a. m •No. 1, Mall and Express tNo. 5. Freight and Acc'n DCPAltTS 8:00 a. m 2:15 p. in. •Dally. tDaily except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutcklnsoa and Kingman with diverging lines. AtohUon, Tope kit & Sauta Fein effect on and after November 18,1801. WEST BOON D. Trains. V, o Leave Kansas City. Arrive Hutchinson. Leave Hatch- lnson. Denver & Utah V.Ex Calif orn la & Mex. Urn. Colorado night Ex.. Freights... Freight.... 5 3 30 43 10:45 a.m. 10:55a.m. 8:20 p. m. ,1:30 p.m. 0:40p.m. 8:15p.m. 7:45a.m. 3:43p.m. 8:40p.m. 8:40p.m. 8:20p.m. 8:05a.m. 7:05p.m. EASTHOUND. TrainB. 'A o Arrive Hutch- InBon. Leave Hutck- lnson. Arrive Kansas Olfy- New York Limited Ex. Chicago Vestibule EX'HS Cannon ball Missouri river night Ex. Freights Freight 4 0 8 30 44 7:50 am 10:32am 8:15pm 4:00 pin 8:35 a m 8:10 a m 10:32am 8:35 pm 1:20 pm 8:30 a m 4:40 ipot (1:05.p in 7:00 a m Chicago, KiiiiKUK St Western Ballrotat]. lfutehLiiHon Extension, K ENDRICK & B URK, have just received a FIRST-CLASS WOHK. EVERYTHING ElMilEED, 209 North Main, Midland Block. Hutchinson, Kansas Trains. SanFranc'co] & Texas Ex. Acco'md'tlon New York! Limited Ex. Accom'd'tlon 1 Leave Hutchinson. 8:20 p m 8:20 am Leave Klnaley , 4:37 am ^48:8:36 pm! ,12:20an Arrive Hutch- BOO. 7:50 a ml 7:50 p m Arrive Kinsley I Arm vi Kansas City. 4:40 p at No. 3 carries through Pullman and tourist sleenlng cars to San Diego, Los Angeles, Saa Francisco and City of Mexico. No. 5 carries through Pullman sleeper* )lo, Coloradao Spring! Puebu and chair cars to PuebL. . and Denver, making connections at REMOVED. I have removed my bakery and fancy grocery to No. 16, South Main Btreet, where I will continue to make my famous cream bread. K. RYDE. and Colorado Springs with through sleeperi for San Francftco and Portland! via. Salt Lake. No. 7 carries through Pullman sleeper tv Dodge City and through coaches to Pueble and Denver. No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St Louis. No. 0 carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. 8 carrleB Pullman sleepers and chili cars to ICansas City anil St. Joseph, Mo. GEO. T. NICHOLSON, ' 1 Q. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan. J. W. TE»*OB», Agent Santa Fe Route. Hutchinson H OTEL THORN. Kansas City, Mo, has again passed into the management of Dudley Rhoads and wife, who will be glad to see all their Kansas friend*. CURB r YOURSELF!' Til trouble <lw lib (ionorrliooal /Ulect,WhltM.'l"'nnntorrha)a» Jorany«i"i"('',ri>l'll3cbnrge«jik* Jyour diusslii Inr a bottle of fjlig 0- eures in n few days Iwltlwutthcciii orpublMty of a 1 doctor. tlrn-polsonoui and lpuaniutced not to f-tricture .'i \T)ii Universal Amrkcm Curt.' fUI Manufactured by jjlho EWDS Cuomictl (b.l CINCINNATI, 0. !».«'' '
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