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2. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, APKIL 11, 1892. NOT IN THE RACE,lr„r«!!sr£ So Says ft Washington Correspondent in Regard to Mr. Blaine, WHO SPOKE DELIBERATELY. Whltt He Still* Hi Aimwer to a, Query From I '' III* Physician - If Ap*ur«d of lllft Noin- biatimi nuil Klcrllon to tho Presidency Hl< Health Wnulil Not Permit. Htm to A«- nr.pt. * PlTTHiiii'noii, I'a., April 10.—The Times prints the following from a staff correspondent at Washington: "If any answer had been needed to the anonymous story Hint HcCrcttiry Itlaine was complaining that he liad been badgered »ntl hounded by friends of President Hurrlson into writing his celebrated letter declining to be a candidate for president, Mr. Dlninc himself answered it yesterday. Nobody here pretended to believe the story save a few of those who are so anxious to got some strong name to vise against the (Trowing strength of Mr. Ilnrrison that thuy are willing to put Mr. 'Maine forward in the attitude of a weak creature without the courage to withstand pressure, ot the manliness to abide the consequences of his own nets. In the course of conversation with a representative of the Times, and one of the leading' physicians of the country, who has occasionally attended the secretary, the physician remarked: "l^ee some of the newspapers continue to connect your name with the presidency, Mr. Secretary Promptly as one answers a question •upon which he has done deliberating, Mr. lllaine responded: "The president's uftiec is a most laborious and exhausting one. He has no vice, no alternate substitute upon whose'shoulders he can share responsibility. There is a vice president, but our scheme of government does not permit him to assume the powers and duties of the president except in ease of the death, removal, resignation or disability of the president. It dues not contemplate the vice-president as an occasional acting president for a day or two or a Week or two, when the man who haB been elected to that office may need rest and recreation. The presidency is an office without sleep. 1 am now 0« years old, and although you have told me and I believe that in heart, lungs, kidneys or otherwise. I am free from organic disease, suffering only from torpidity of the liver. 1 do not believe that if I were to be inaugurated president I would live out my term. 1 find life too full of congenial •work and too full of happiness to feel culled upon or inclined to throw it away. If I were assured, therefore, of a nomination and election to the presidency, I coutd not accept it. Atiny age and with my temperament, and knowing what the effect of a. long life of exhausting labor has been upon my vitality, it would be constructive suicide." The secretary spoke with the emphasis of perfect candor, and with an apparent desire only to make himself delbiiti-ly understood. KII.LF.D 1IV 1 IIO!tSI:». Four Heaths, l-.'ueh in u IIIHVrent I'lnee, From lim Same Cause. LKXINOTO.N .Mo..April 10.—John Welsa, aged 11), livinj* seven miles froin here, was thrown from n horse wldch tripped on a stick Thursday night about 8 o 'clock, dying from his injuries. GALLATIN , Mo.. April It).—The young eon of 'Mi's. Ivnte Hubbard was thrown from a horse here yesterday and dragged nearly a mile with his foot in the stirrup untl bis head on the ground. He will die of his injuries. FAYHTTH, MO ., April 10.—:Miss Rose, IB yours old, daughter of W. <\. 1'eacher, of Estill, Mo., was caught Thursday under her falling horse and her neck broken, The horse was mired and fell In its struggles. KAH'I ' Sr. Louis, 111., April 10.—George Vogt, aged 1-1, was thrown from a horse here yesterday afternoon by a breaking girth and dragged several hundred yards to his death. A passing train frightened the horse and as he galloped along threw the boy against a fence, breuking.his neck. mi» to hear the proceed- gs. The. total number of delegates and visitors in Independence will reach 10.0011 people. The space in the rear of the alia*' was occupied by a choir of fifty voices. President Joseph Smith looks better than at any time in the past five years. Although 1)0 years old, he still preserves all his faculties, hears well, speaks plainly, and is as much interested in tho proceedings to-day as he was thirty years ago. He handles this large body of men without a jar. Perfect order prevails at all times, and even in the discussion of important questions the courteous and kind manner of each speaker toward the other is striking. Till-: IIATli FIXKlt. t'lieyt-iine anil Arapahoe Jti"ici*\«tli>ii to He Opcnrtl April 111—Nearly Tour .Million Acre* tn lie 0|u>m>il It, Settlement. WASHINGTON . April 10.— The Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian reservation will be opened for white settlement at high noon, Tuesday. April 10. At that date nearly "1,000,000 acres of land will become subject to pre-emption and settlement.' Secretary Noble yesterday afternoon sent a telegram to the special agents of the department in Oklahoma naming the opening of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservation on Tuesday. April 10. Commissioner Carter, of the general land office, has sent to the land ofliecs at Kingfisher anil Oklahoma City letters of instruction which will govern their action under the. forthcoming proclamation. The commissioner directs that no person be allowed any advantage over any other person. To this end he direets that no person be directed to make more than one entry on his account and one as agent, if such he shall be. After making these entries the applicants will be required to step out of tlie line and give place to the next person in order and if he desires to make other filings he shall take his place at the foot of the line and await his proper turn. The commissioner further instincts the otllcers that the use of mails will not be permitted for filing homestead declaratory statements. NOllI.K XOTU'lES SEAT. CrtiTHlUK, Ok.. April 10.—The following telegram was received by Gov. Seay last night: To Hon. A. .1. S 'Miy, Gnvernor, Guthrie, Olc: WASUINOTON , April 9.—It will not be possible to open the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservation before noon of April 10—Tuesday. The task of getting the lists of lands and the maps showing t,h<! exact location of allotments has been very great and all the force I can use will not enable me to get them ready, transported to Oklahoma and distributed, as must lie done to avoid confusion and trouble before the day named. Make this known. JOHN W. Nom .E. TOWN SITES TO BE I'llOTECTEn. To A. J. Wciv;, Governor, Guthrie, OH. WASHINGTON . April tf.—The military has orders to protect county seats; you can advise the officers; you can use the special land agents as you suggest, and the inspectors are already instructed to co-operate with you. County seats are merely reserved by the secretary to be opened under tho law and your supervisors. The seats are public domain until niadeeouuty town- sites. The military has the right to be there, therefore, until opened as town- sites, and to protect all to answer the purposes of the government. Any man crossing thelinebeforethehourof opening will forfeit rights to anything inside —land or lotsi also if he takes advantage, even if he isotherwise authorized to be inside, it must be an even chance for all, for lots as well nx homesteads. There is no doubt, in my judgment, but you can keep trespassers oft' townsites until you have all ready for opening, but it should not be delayed longer thnu neeecssary. Get United States marshals, and use them in ease of difficulty rather than military, but use both if you must to enforce justice. The opening will not take place until the 10th in order to get maps ready. Jonx W. NOBI.E. WOODS 1 It'ii a plan that proves something — hut only the kors of Dr. co's Goldon Medical Discovery D adopt it. It's • plan to give you what you expect, or tako no pay. If, In any can, their remedy falls to benefit or curs you, they'll return tho money. That proves, for one tiling, that it's pretty sum to do all that's claimed for it And what thoy claim is, that all diseases or disorders caused by a torpid liver or impure blood are cured by it. For all tho many forms of Scrofula, and for tho most obstinate Skin and Scalp Diseases, Salt-rheum. Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas, and all kindred ailments, it is an unequalcd and unfailing remedy. It proves that tho 't Discovery " is the best blooa-modlcfno, or it couldn't be sold on such terms; and tho cheapest, for you pay only for tho (load you got And it proves, too, that nothing else, offered in its place by tho dealer, can be " just as good." Bo.vnro of spurious imitations or dilutions, at lower prices. oov, n.mvicHS' KLKCTIOX K.M'KNSES. It 1* Cluu'iciMt lly u N»nv York Paper That He (luutrllmti-il Liu-Rely Inillieutly. NEW Voitu, April 10.—A morning paper has an Albany dispatch dealing with linv. Flower and his official hatn its, in which occurs this: "When he •WUB nominated for governor M r. Flower gave, as his election statement shows, C5,000 for campaign expensea Mrs. Schley sent to the democratic executive committee, it is said, to Daniel (irifllu, its chairman, a blank cheek on her bankers with directions to fill out for any amount that might lie necessary to serve Mr. Flower's candidacy. The check came back filled out for *a40,000 and this enormous sum was cheerfully paid." Mrs. Schley is a sister-in-law of Gov. Flower. Mhe is said to be worth 17,000,000 or more. Another Chance for H Home. It is expected the Sisseton and Wah- pcton 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 laud 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 SEBASTIAN, 4-2 (1. T. it P. A.. Chicago. It is a truth in medicine that the smallest dose that perforins the cure is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perform the cure and arc the best, lieam's Midland Pharmacy. Flue PlayinK 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 ROe express money order or postal note will send you five packs. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGII and Hronchitis immediately relieved by Sbilob Cure. Por sale by A. & A Drug Co. Winter Excursions. Salt Lake and Ogden—Round trip S51.T>0. Tickets good for ninety days. Las Vegas ami Hot Springs and A : turn—Round trip tickets, good for ninety days, 82.1. On sale every) day in the year. Pacific Coast Points—SS" for round trip tickets good for six months, with choice of all routes. Helena. Ilntte and Melrose, Mont, round trip Still; tickets good ninety days. Rates to the following Texas points are now in effect. Tickets good turning until June 1, with transit limit of thirty days in each direction: Austin, Texas $2-1.8 El Paso. Texas 37.0 Deming, New Mexico ,17.05 Houston, Texas. 28.40 Lampasas, Texas 34.10 New Orleans, Louisiana 44.SO J. W, TEHFOKTI . Agent. Positions for Minister Kguu. NEW YOHK , April 10.—The Herald's correspondent in Valparaiso cables his paper: "United States Consul McCreury said to-day that Minister Patrick Egun had been offered by ^Secretary of State Blaine the appointment of minister either to Paris or to Pekin. .Mr. Kgan, so Mr. MeCreery says, after thinking over the matter, declined both otters. He did not want to go to Paris on the ground that it was too expensive. His objection to Pekin was the distance." The Piilon I 'at -ltlc 'H Anawcr. ATCHISON , Kan., April 10.— The Union Pacific railroad bus tiled an answer in the district court of Atchison comity to the suit of the Hymns Grocery Co. vs. the Kansas railroad commissioners, growing out of the-order of the board of March 5, affecting fifth-class rates. The answer Is similar to that tiled by the Rock Island a few days ago, and admits that com pi la nee with the order ol the commissioners would constitute an unreasonable discrimination against tho complainant. I.ATTKl"M»XY MA1NTK. The Third Utty'w rSeHdlon at Independence, Mo.—Over 3,000 Persons la AtteiHhiiic-e. INDKI'E.NHEWK, Mo., April 10.—The third day 's work in tho gathering of /the Hnlnis at Independence, was Us interesting us that of the first, The «wwd was larger. The Auditorium, lllliioU Kiu-uuipiut'ut (1. A. it. SPHINGHU'.I.D, 111., April 10.—At yesterday's session of the Grand Array encampment, department, of Illinois, resolutions were adopted expressing confidence in Russell A. Alger and opposing the appropriation by eofjgressof tl 00,000 to entertain the national encampment; u resolution to appropriate flow to the Confederate Veterans' home in Missouri was voted down almost unanimously. Ed Harland, of Chicago, was elected commander- i n-eh ie f. 1-lucel of Kcelpi'iiclly oil Cnlmn Trait*. WASHINOTON , April 10.—From the first of January to March 1,1802, imports of flour into Havana compared witli the corresponding period in 1801 were as follows: First two months of 1801—6,W!> bags from America and 50,2ri5 bags from Europe; Hist two months of 1802— 83,04!1 bags from America and 100 bags from Europe. Suli'lilo til a Kaunas (,'lly I.untitle. NEVADA, MO ., April 10.—Martha Waukerhoguii, of Kansas City, confined in the asylum here, this morning tore up the bed clothes ami made a rope. This she tied to the bars in her wludow, und stepping down from the sill, slowly strangled to death. She was soon to have been discharged us cured. The Oroker school house, tho oldest 'n Des Moines, burned. The pupils /t'ere successfully inarched out of the building, though several were severely injured. Tho defense in the Deeming trial will be insanity and many experts will be culled to testify us to the species of At HOTEL BRUNSWICK Room 34. Hutchinson, Kansas. Consultation Free. CURE Dok Headache nod reliovo all tbo 'xoufelii fnof* dent to ftblllooa etatoof tho system, such a* Dizziness, NM ?soa, Drowsiness, SUtnM after a*ting. Pain In tho Aide, &o. Whllo UielYmoaft. remarkable success lies been shown ia GOttag w SICK Headache, yet Carter's Littlo Liver TtttM am equally valuable lu Constipation, curing and pro- venting this annoying complain Uwhllo they also corroctaUdiBordcraofthOfitaiaaclijrtlniulAlotUo livar an d rogub.to th a bo w ola. Evau.il UttXOUl? "HEAD rAobathe7Wonldboa1mc4tpr!celcaatot&OMwIi9 fewer £rom (Ms dlatnmlng complaint; but fortunately their goodness does notond here^nd thorn who oncotrytheta will llad ttiosJ little pills valuable luao many vaya that they will Dot bo vU- Hag to do without them. But after allalokhes4 ACHE flatbebanoof BO many lives that herelawhew 'wemakeourgreAt boost. OurpiUacuxoitvUilo Oiiiurs do not, Cartor'a I.Ut',o Uver Pllle aro very email an<t very easy to take. OnaortwopllUtriaJceadoeQ,, They aroatriclly veiiot:iblur.iutdo not gripoor purge but by Uioirgontlo action idcMoall who luoiuem. In vUKiatiMc'.'iiU; livoforlt Bold by druggist* everywhere, or bent by mail. CARTER MEDIC: ME CO., New York; SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE 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 und new school of medicine, with n practice of over 20 years'innd will GUARANTEE A CURE in Qaturrh, Bronchitis, Incipient, Consumption. Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Cancers, ANT» AI.I. IHSKAHKS I'ECUMAll 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 arc suffering with complaints peculiar to their sex, can be sure of a speedy relief and permanent cure. I'atieiits given up by other physicians arc invited to call for a free consultation and advice. The doctor treats all diseases of whatever name or nature, and will preform, any necessary operation in general surgery when desired. Can Oatai'rh be Cm-edP 20 Hicks St., Uticu, N. Y., Oct. Hi, 1SS8. This is th certify trint I have been a great sufferer from dyspepsia and nasal catarrh. I commenced last June to take treatment of T)r, Smith, and after usinfr her remedies for two weeks Hi3' dispepsia vanished as if by magic and in six weeks time my catarrh was gone. As Dr. Smith had cured me after other physicians have failed, I feel that I can not have say too much in her praise. Any one writing or calling on me. can learn the truth of the ubove testimonial, Mus. MESHY IU'OOI.KS. Rheumatism can be Cured, And is no longer a mystery, from two to eight weeks being snilicient to remove this dread disease. Thomas (.1. llrooks. Union Valley, Cortlundt county, N. Y.. cured of chronic rheumatism in one month. He will rcplv to any questions by letter. Mrs. O. 'li. Bennett, 'v(IT Dominick street. Home, N. Y.. cured of a severe, attack of rheumatism in 24 hours. thC^ third dose, removing the severe pain. Mrs. C. W llusvielt, 32 1 licks 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 Utiea. Particulars o£ her case will be given at the office. Testimonials of cures in Hutchinson, Great Hend, Garden City and other places in Kansas, given upon application at the office. THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements lnncrteil in this tlepart- tacut will be charged for at the rate of one- half cent per word: tticv mum be limcrtcd for a iteMnitc number of times and paid for when Insertion i:oininencc^.. Tilts rule will be strictly observed In, all cases. W ANTMU-Day boarders, at No. -1 South Main street. W ANTED-Ciimil, clean rags at the press room. tf W ANTKD work at 000 A east. A girl to do general linuse- ANTED; A girl for general housework at 54f> Avenue A east. tf W ANTED—(Jtrl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. C. H. Mcnkc, 510 A suit. ;it W ANTED— Good clean, cotton rags at the NKWS omcc press room. Will pay good price. Vf W ANTED—IntclliKent young men out of employment to call on A. S. Hall, V.iy, North Mafn, Hutchinson. . 4t I F you wish to advertise any — . .._ . anything anywhere at any time write to Geo. P. Rowell & Co., No. lOSpruce St., New York, tf TTTANTED—To uell twenty-live pairs of J5 TV pants in the next ten davs. E. O. Richmond & Co., No. T Sherman street east tf ANTED—To buy a car leail of eggs before the 15th of this month. We pay the highest cash price Fc block ,1. A, Hopkins. Santa W ANTED—Salesmen to travel for wholesale Whisky tlrm. Vine case goons specialty. Address, with stamped directed envelope, Ijock Box 801. Lexington, Ky. It C 10UNTY otllcers should call or address us j when In want of printing of any description, blank books or binding. We give satisfaction. NKWS CO ., Hutchinson, Kan. W ANTED—A few good, energetic men to handle our goods on the road. None but hustlers need apply. Call this week at 114 East Sherman street. CLAUK &PUAY, M. T & Th. W ANTED-Manager for branch onicc. Entirely new business enterprise In connection wfth the world's fair. Liberal arrangements. First-class references required. Enclose stamp. V. C. Bolcy. .158 Dearborn street, Chicago. It S ALESMEN tVANTKD—To sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail trade. Liberal salary anil expenses paid. Permanent position. Money advanced for wagey, advertising, etc. For full particulars and reference address Centennial Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. «tl-14. DADOAIMT Album for SI. fland- nUllllllllV! some colored plush, UflllUflllll full quarto sin-, elegant Interior, a rich gift for a for friend, or an elegant ornament for your own parlor. If you want one of these albums, semi me SI at once, as the supqlv is limited. Six for JS. Address II. F. STEWART. 48 Vt\ Eleventh St. Philadelphia. I'a. T 71VKKY one tu m-i.-d of Information on the li subject of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of --Hook for Advertisers," :t(IK pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postage paid, on receipt of price. Contains a care fill compilation from the American Newspaper Directory of all the best napcrs and class journals; gives the rliculatlon rating of every one, ami a good dial of Information about rates and other matters pertaining to the business of advertising. Address Howell's Advertising Bureau, id Spruce St., New York, tf LOST. I OST—A small gavel, he irlng the Initials Ji D. of II. Please leave at this oDlce. tf T OST—A sum of money, by the man who J tiuys his paints, oils, ylass or palntcrH* supptles of any other house than Freeman & Halnc-s, No. Hi Second avenue cast. tf J'Oll SALK. Oil SALE—Old papers In packages of 100 for sale at the NKWS ofllcc. OH SALE—A few household goods at 100 First avenue west. ;it F OR SALE—Household goods, this week. Enquire at 208 A east. J. A. Mullholland. 4t 1 710R SALE—We sell Just as much ULUS1I J of HOSES to gentlemen as to ladles as they also desire a smooth, clear complexion. J. M. Beam, proprietor Midland Pharmacy. FOK SALE Oil THADK. rrto TKADE—100 acres of good land, clear, X for city property, clear or lightly encumbered, tf L.F.CAIN. FOR KENT. Tjiort KENT—Furnished and unfurnished X! rooms In the .Woodard block. 153 F OR SALE—Large steam Singer Sowing machine. Enquire at this office. tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I'HYHICIAXS. WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE centTeVn THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It is a Beamless shoo, with no tackn or wax thread to hurt tho feet; mailo ot the best fine calf, sWlUb ana easy, and because we make more shoe* or thU grade than any other manufacturer, it equals band- aowed slioun costing from $4.00 to e5 .00. ftC OOrJeiutlue Iluud-aoivcd, tho finest calf 99i shoe over offered tor $5.001 equals French Imported shoes which cost from #8.00 to $ 12.00. CtA. 00 llnnd-Sewed Welt Shoe, Uue calf. S»"ti styuBh, comfortable and durable. Tho best shoe ever offered at this price j same Rrode as cue- tom-marto shoes costing; from $0.00 to $0.00, 30 Police Nhoet Fanners, Railroad Hen , _ J rod Letter Carriers all wearthems flue calf, aeomloaa. smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, extension edge. One pair will wear a year. A A SO fine cnlfi no better shoe ever offered M 9*Sa this price; one trial will convince thoaa who want A shoo for comfort and service. tO 39 and Ut.OO Worklnaman 'sj iboet ««Sa are very strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. DAI/A' IW.OO and 91*75 school shoes ara QUIO wornbythebpysoverywhere; UiejMU on their merits, as the increasing sales show. I oHIofi 93.00, Hnntf-wewed shoo, best EnClU ICO libOBola, very sty liflhiequiu^wencb Imported shoes costing from $4.00 to $0.00. Indies' 4,50. «!|.00 and 91.75 shoe for Misses are the best flnel>ongola. Stylish and durable. Cnatlon.— See that W. L. Douglas* name aod g If. SIDLINGKR, rhysleian untl Surgeon. Ottlce over SidUngcr'a drug store, telephone, 10; reHidence, 00. CHILD BIRTH • • • • • • MADE EASYt " MOTHERS' FRIEND " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS' • FRIEND" • WILL DO all that is claimed foi it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " MOTHERS " mailed FRBE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. - 8»ntby t»p>«M un receiptor |>rlce tLMptrboOM 70B CO.. MtMUfct* J-JHS. STEWART, 027 North Main DR. J. K. STEWART, Practice limited to Surgery and Diseases ot Women. Attention, Ladies. If you wtint neat Morning Wrappers. Mtylish Tailor Made downs or Street Dress, Handsome Tea flowns. Elegant. Evening Costumes, call yn Miss e. A. Church, HlMJi North Main. College ltuilding, Room No. fi. French, English and Amcricnn fashion plates to chooHO from. All work -warranted to' give entire satisfaction both as to fit ahd finish. 1 most respectfully solicit tho patronage of nil who need my services. T ailroao time tables. Rook Inland. KAHTWAllO. No. Mail and Express. No. 84. Night Express. *NoJi I .Freight Acconunodation WKSTWARU. ~ No. 2 :1, Mall and Express No. -1. NlRllt ExpresR •No. US. Freight Accommodation. DEPARTS-. H :G0a. m 0:50 p. m. 11:40 p.m. DEPAHTfl. <J;20 a. m. 0:55 p. m 2:00 p. m No. ^1 runs to Pratt only. No. runs through to Dodec Olty am] Liberal. *No. U4 dally except Sunday. •No. na daily except Sunday. Missouri Pacific. EASTWAHU. Local Freight (dally) leaves St. Louis Mall (dally) leaves W. & C. Acc. 1 dally) mixed leaves. WKSTWAltl). Local Freight (daily) leaves W.&C. Acc.(daily)mixed arrives. Denver Express (ilallv) leaves... 0:00 a. mt U::i0 a. ra; 4:10 p. 111: 0:45 a. m «:45 a m V:Ha p. m Cars run through to St. Louis -wlthoia change 15 Chair Cars to Denver free of charge. Thii Is the short line to all points west. P. J. LEiMiiAon, Agent n. C. TOWNBEND , Gen. Pas. Agent. Ilutohluson & Senlliern. •No, 12, Mall and Express... tNo. 0. Freight anif_Acc'tl.. ARIUVES. " U :;f0 B . mt 11:110 a. in. •No. 1, Mall and Express.. tNo. .">, Freight and Acc 'u. UHPAH.TS' 8:00 a. m. 8:15 p. m. •Dally. tDatly except Sunday. Close connections made atllulchlnson and Kingman with diverging lines. Atclilsoil, Topeka & Kfuitu Fo. In effect on and after November 18,181)1. WKSTIJOUNO. Denver & Utah V. Ex, California &Mex. 11m Colorado' night F,x. Freights.. Freight. .. Leave Kansas City. 10:45 a.m. 10:55 a.m. Arrive Hutchinson. 0:40p .m. 8:15p .m. 0:20 p.m. 7:45a.m. •i::io p.m. :i:4:in.m. ^ 0:-10p.m. Leave Hutchinson. KASTIIOUNO. ,O:40p.ni. 8:20p.m. 8:05a.m. 7:05p.m. Trains. 21 0 Arrive Hutchinson. Leave Hutchinson. Arrive ' Kansas Cltv. New York Limited Ex. Chicago Vestibule P'x'ss Cannon ball Missouri river night Ex. Freights Freight 4 U 8 ;io 44 7:50 a m 10:il2ain 8:15pm 4:00 p m 8:35 a m 8:10 am 10:.'I2am 8:35 p m 1:20 pm Il::i0am 4:40,p m 0:05 p m 7:00 a m Chicago, Kansas & Western ItaUroHd. Hutuhlnson Extension. Trains. »i 0 Leave Hutchinson. Arrive . v ,' Klusleif \Jt\>- SanFranc'co &Texas Ex.. Acco'md'tion a a 4i 8:20 pm 8:20 a Dl 12:20am 1:20 pm Leave Kinsley Arrive Hutchson. Arrrive Kansas City. New York Limited Kx. Accoui'd'tlon 4 :i-l!! 4:S7 a in 2:25 p m 7:50 a m 7:50 pm 4:40pm No. .'1 carrieB through Pullman and tourist sleeping cars to San Diego. Los Angeles, Sau Francisco and City of Mexico. No. » carries through Pullman sleepers and chair car.s to Pueblo, Coloradao Springs and Denver, making connectlonn atPneula and Colorado Springs with through rileenera for San Francisco and Portland", via. Salt Lake. No. 7 carries through Pullman Rlceperto Dodge City and through coachey to Pueblo and Denver. No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago, also Pullman Bleeper to St. JiOuis. No. o carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo. c »j GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan. J. W. TEDFOKt), Agent Santa Pe Route. Hutchinson. price are stamped on tho bottom of each shoo. wd YOUNG- BROS. Kendrick & Burk, have just received a Nobby line of Spring Goods. hrst-class wdhk, Emtscumti "MKK . Hutchinson, Kansas IW «ikt««of Body andHln^ ).ff«it» --u»»«tor «uoiiu »«ai.r *:n>.. v ~lt ?«IUTl(»aT-«<n«»lit la ir «r«iM<M*iri"* nvncOKiM • ^jiirt>» s ll«l(MP,l,«; DR. R. A. STEWART Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Glasses properly adjusted. J. W. MAGUIRE, M, D., Treats Kye, Knr, Nose and Throat Diseases Curofullj', Offlce, No. llONorth Mafn. Restdence, 008 North Main. O. MALCOLM, PHydiclun anil Surgeon (Homeopathic) Office 112 1st avenue east. ATTORNEYS. JNO. W. ipiH5RTsT~~' Atturnoy at haw. Rooms 2, a and 4, Mo. :i South Main. L ESLIE & CRAWFORD. Attorneys at Law. Successors to Swigart & Crawford. Penney Building, oppoiitciCourt House. •gtDWARD A. HARRIMAN, Attorney at Law. Office In nutchtnson National Bank building ^yyM. WH1TELAW, Attorney at Law, Office over First National Bank. Entrance on Sherman street. •yyUITESlDE & GLEASON Attorney!, at Law, Office, 1, 2, 3, 4, o»er No. 24 South Main St. fpAYLOR * TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law, Office, up-stalrs, Masonic Temple. ODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA M' Meet in the hall'of McCiurg's store, at No. 20 South Main Btreot, every Monday evening. Visiting neighbors always welcome. : W. E. MAB8HAIX, Clerk. A. M. HtrrcHiNaoji, V. 0. (SUCCESSOR TO VVM. MORRISON.) Corner of Main u-nd Fourth. The place to buy your beef, pork, vcul and all kinds of sausage, oyster/;, fish and game. John Hartnian, cutter. Telephone 'ay. Remedies and Treatment for the Cure of Call on or address the Institute of Indian Territory, , OKLAHOMA CITY, 0. T: f 1 r r YOURSELF!\ JIftrouMoihv !ilit ;onorrl >iBa.\ ^<Jleet ,\Yhi :c,..- permnton-limal for any mtniitur .il, iischareeiAk™ fyour drtiiarU fur r. bottle ol Iwllbouttho aid or publicity of» • doctor. Nnn -poluinoui amjj W I Rnnrautwil iio'tToTidctumJ Tko Kiawu) American Om. J ' MunuiactUTGd by . I^lrio Evans Ohemical Co .l CINCINNATI, 0.

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