The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 12, 1892 · Page 2
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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2. HTJTCHiySOH DAILY NEWS, TFESDAY, APRIL 12, 189*. ONE AT A TIME. That Is the Way in Which Pre-emption Claims Must Be Made. BO HAYS THE l-AND OFFICE. That U ConimUniiiurr Carter Madtt » Statement an t<i llic rroimr Mode of tVorrdur*)— Old Moldlnr* to He 1'rolrnt.Ml In Seeking ifc Ilnxnp IQ Uuod I'ttltli. HVABiunn'rov, April 13.—The attention of Commissioner Carter c/f the general land office, was last night culled to the dispatch from t .nUirio relutive to the excitement occusftmod ot Kingfisher as n result of the instructions sent from Washington to tin* limd oilleers at that place and at Oltlahoniii City prescribing mips for tin- opening to settlement' of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe lands. The commissioner said that the telegram as sent to the newspapers from Washington was strictly correct. The commissioner further Nald: "For many years the rule has existed that declaratory statements could be filed only by the individual in person or through an ae/ent appearing 1 at the land oflice. Soldiers 1 declaratory statements never have been recognized when received by mail. Mnny years ngn Cora- ralftsioner Drummond ruled on this point. The ruling has been steadily adhered to, so that us to the use of the mails as a medium through which soldiers' declaratory statements might be presented no change lias been made. The instructions merely call attention to an ancient rule whieh has never been deviated from. "As to homestead tilings in general, the law provides that the paper when forwarded by mail must have been prepared before the proper ofiieer in the connty In whieh the land is located. As at the date laud in question will be thrown open to settlement, there will bo no officers In the counties in whieh the lands are situated. It follows that no papers ean lie legally prepared In •uch counties. Consequently without any rule on this subject whatever, the mails .cannot be made available as a. medium through which tilings eau ba presented at the time of the opening, Tho commissioner, being further Interrogated with reference to tho proposed rule limiting the number of declaratory statements U> be presented at one time by the agent, said: "Abundant evidence hits been furnished that the department agents have advertised extensively for powers of attorneys for soldiers authorizing them (the attorneys) to locate lands in tho Cheyenne and Arapahoe country. Some of these agents have received as high us 1,000 powers of attorneys to locate lauds under soldiers' declaratory statements. Many of these locations, it is alleged, will be. made, if made at all, for speculative purposes. The proposed rule was made for tin? purpose, of protecting the soldiers who might be personally present at the land olllce. His rights might lie seriously invaded by permitting one peraoii acting as agent to secure an advanced position in the lino and through him the tiling of 100 to 1,000 claims, covering a large portion of the desirable' land, while the old soldier Immediately In the rear of such agent would be compelled to talte what might be left or buy from the agent ut such price as his cupidity might dictate, u relinquishment of one of the claims which the agent had succeeded In capturing. In other words, it is the purpose of the department to prevent persons accomplishing more by their absence than they could accomplish by their presence. "It is the purpose of the department to giv«; to these old soldiers who have collected in large numbers and who are honestly seclting a home an opportunity to obtaiu a good truct of land on at least an equal basis with the agents •who have industriously advertised for powers ot attorney, and are now prepared to cover all the desirable land in the ceded country to the exclusion of those persons who have appeared in their own proper persons to exercise their rights." MR Hri'llk In Wl>«ul. CIIICAOO , April 12. —A whirl of excitement marked the close of the session of > the lwanl of trade, the break in the price of wheat from the high point of the day being over four and a linlf cents. Edward Pardridge, the noted plunger, who for the past three days was supposed to be nearly at the end of his rope, is credited with winning half li million dollars on the decline; Hhuotliijc Merape. KANSAS CITY. MO ., April Abraham Grayson, a member of one of the negro corps during the civil war was shot at l> o'clock this morning by Carroll Tolbert,n night porter at the Centropolia hotel, The shooting took place in a lodging house at 70S Wyandotte stroet. He was sent to the city hospital and will probably die. The limnoiinttla Wlirwuiu llvirun. CHICAGO , April la.—Tho lirst shovel­ ful of earth was turned in the work of erecting the democratic national convention wigwam on the lake front. According to contract the structure is to b* completed before June- B. FACTS AllllliT UKt'l(>ROi:lT¥. Senator Mui'Ktui WtHhri* HvtiiUs In KeKurd to llaytl iiml <i<>rumny~ oihur Mutter* la the Heimtc. WAHHINOTO.N , April 1'J.— In the senate Mr. Worgun offered a resolution requesting the president to communicate to the senate the items of taxation upon Imports from tho United States Imposed by the laws of lluyti, upon which the president has based his liml- ing uud proclamation that the tariff 'uws of llaytl arc reciprocally unjust to the United States; also requesting the president to send to Hit senate any agreement made bv lilm with (.lermany and the correspondence relating to the subject of such agreement ITI wblch it ispi-oooscd thutsuLrnroraiiv Other Herman production of export shall be admitted into the United Mates free of duty and that he Inform the sen ate what articles of Amcricad produe tlon he has proposed or demanded that Germany shall receive free of duty, or upon a schedule of reduced duties. It went over until lo-morrow. The two resolutions offered by Mr. McMillan last Friday in regard to the rejection of bids for the construction of warships ut lake ports niul In regard to the agreement ls'twcen the United HtnU's ami (ireat Itrltain, covering the naval force to be maintained on the great lakes, were agreed to. Mr. Palmer introduced a bill to remove tlio limitations to the payment of arrears of pensions. Mr. Stewart offered a resolution calling on the secretory of the treasury for the information connected with the purchase and coinage of silver and gave notice that lie would , occupy about' fifteen minutes to-morrow in calling attention tuthestalcmentof the secretary of the, trensury as to finance. The bill heretofore introduced by Mr. Oulllnger for a commission to select a site for a sanitarium for pulmonary patients was taken up and Mr. tlullinger addressed the senate. At the close ol his remarks the bill was referred to the committee, on epidemic discuses, anil then, on motion of Mr. Cameron, the senate proceeded to executive. Imsiuess. ^Cleveland nml flnij'. INDIANAPOLIS , hid., April !«.—Tho democratic convention of this, Marion, county was held Saturday. Although this is tin: home of ex-Oov. Oray, tho following resolution was adopted with but few of the TOO delegates voting in the negative: Resolved, Hv the i-L-prcwnUUlvosor tho demo- uratk' party t>! Marlon cnnniy in convention assembled, Ucat, UK uirltT reformHUOUUI be&uu will Do the paramount Issue tn thn next iircsidcuUol election, ft in the Judgment and iv 'Jsh ot Lais convention that Uruvur Cleveland should be tho nomine*' M the democratic party lor president and Gov. <.:ruy tor vlco-prcsUlent. Killed at li CroffKlllK- VAI.I.KV FALLS . Kan., April. 12. —John B. Addcrholl, an intelligent young man 18 years old, was hilled .Saturday afternoon on a railroad crossing near town by a Santa Fe train. lie .evidently failed to hoar the whistle, if there was one, and drove his team on the track. Both horses were also killed and the wagon knocked into kindling wood. A Clerk Held Up at Iteiilek, Mo. MOIIKICLY , Mo., April 12. —Burglars broke Into the store of T. IV. Oenola & Co., at Reniek. and compelled the clerk, at the muzzle of a revolver, to open the safe, from which they took Jlin. They also broke into tile drug store of Dr. Forrest and tried to open the safe, but foiled. Clerk or Olny County J Mo., Head. huiKiirv, Mo.. April J-J. —Col. L. W. Bums, county clerk of I ijfts. Clay county, died at his home lust evening. He hurt been ill for several weeks. Col. Burris was a prominent man in state as well as local polities. He had been clerk of the county court for twenty-two years. A sCroriffi heaWiy woman instead of a tired and ailing one I Bounds lite a miracle, doesn 't It 1 But It Isn't. It's only tho ordinary, every - day work of Dr. Plorco 'B Favorite Prescription-—just tba work that it wis raadd for. It's a woman's medicine, carefully compounded for hor by an experienced physician, and adapted to her delicate organization. " makes weak women strong, suffering women WBUL It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothing and bracing nervine, and a certain euro for all tho functional dorangements, painful disorders or chronic weaknesses peculiar to tho BOX For ulceration, displacements, bearing - down sensations, "femsle complaints" of every kind, it's n never-failing remedy. And, among Ml the medicines that claim to help women, " Favorite Prescription" Is the only one that's Guaranteed to do what is S romlswl for it If It doesn't lwnoflt or cure, • any case, you have, your money back. Is GomethiuK else, that inay pay the dealer better, llltely to ba " jtttt as good," tor you• Allium-,- Men ludoric II. I'. I'. Wilson. ST. JOHISI'H , Mo., April 12.—Saturday afternoon the Huchanan county Farmers' Alliance sprang a surprise on the democracy by indorsing Congressman R. V. C. Wilson. TKI,l-:tillArlllC IIIIKVITIKS. The wages of all the iron f nrmiee men of New Custle. I>n., have been reduced. The New Kngland Southern M. E. conference lias voted against admitting women to the general conference. Incendiary tires continue to cause uneasiness in Vicuna. At Lioufelden, in tipper Austria, there have been several iires of tills hind within the past few days. .lohn K. Porter, senior counsel for the people in the trial of Garlield's assassin, fiuitean, and for the defense in the lleecber trial, died at Waterford, N. Y., yesterday. The supreme court, of Kansas in a lengthy decision has reversed the district court in the suit of the eity'of Atchison against the Chicago & Atchison Bridge Co. The regular quarterly meeting of the KauBiis City Presbytery, which has just closed, adopted a resolution approving the action of the last general assembly in the Brlggs case. William Brown, foreman of a switch crew on the Belt line nt Kansas City, Mo., while engaged in his work, was run over Sunday and received Injuries from which he died. Vreaident Harrison and party, including Lieut. Parker and George YV. Boyd of the Pennsylvania road, litis returned to Washington aitcr a brief trip to New Church, whither they had gone to shoot Buglish golden plover, which abound along the peninsula. The trotting meeting of the St. Louis Fair association and jockey club this year will Ue held during the regular fair week, October S to H, inclusive. The programme provides for three stake raves, one for f 1,300 for three-yunr-olds eligible to the 2:!I0 class, one for 93,000 for trotters eligible to the 2:110 elus3 and the third for 15,000 for pacers eligible to the class. Snow fell to the depth of two inches over the greater portion of southwest Texas on Thursday, beginning nbout 200 miles west and reaching into the northwestern border of Mexico. Advices received from Samoa show that the feud between King Malietoa and Chief Mutoafu grows more bitter daily and that an outbreak is probable. Mutaafu has started avival government. New post oiilees have been established in Oklahoma as follows: Arapahoe, Q eouuty, John B. Nichols postmaster; Taloga, V> county, Harvey M. Cleaver postmaster! Wittonga, C county, John 11. Dillon postmaster; Cloud Chief, H tounly, J. A. Williams postmaster. Dr. M. F. Horine, of Chicago, filed suit in the circuit court in Kansas City, Mo., against Alfredo Burlli for alienating the affections of his wife. Or. Mori ne asks for *. r >0,00o as a salve for his wounded feelings^ | The world's fair investigating committee lias returned from Chicago. Its expenses wore loss than *750. Anotlmr Ctiancu for n 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, 1802. The great Hock Island and Albert Lea are the only lines giving ehobe of routes to Watertown. You can go via the twin cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and see the great wheat eenter of the northwest. The other route is via ttavenport. Cedar Uapids, .Spirit Lake, Iowa, and Pipestone, Minnesota, to Watertown, South Dakota. The land ofliee is located at Watertown, and this is your chance to secure a quarter section of good liintl. Address for full information .as to rates, etc., .lon.v SKHASTIAK, 4-2 t). T. «fc P. A.. Chicago. Ur, Cumi's l>nion Syrup. This remedy is'a sure cure for all diseases of Ijhe Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will stop a cough in one night, no matter how severe. It is just what its name implies; an onion syrup, compound in such manner as to do away with the unpleasant taste and odor of the vegetable. When in need of a cure for a cough or cold, try it. Price AO cents. Sold by C. B. Winslow, druggist. »-:>l ' Winter Excursions. Salt Lake and Ogden—Round trip 9 &1..10. Tickets good for ninety days. Las Vegas and Hot Springs and return/—Round trip tickets, good for ninety days, S2r>. On sale every day in the year, Pacific. Coast Points—S80 for round trip tickets good for six mouths, with choice, of all routes. Helena, Butte and Melrose, Mont., round trip SKO: tickets good ninety days. Hates to the following Texas points are now in effect. Tickets good i turning until .Hint; 1. with transit limit of thirty days in each direction: Austin. Texas 824.8. El Paso. Texas 37.05 Doming, New Mexico RT .95 Houston, Texas IM.-U! Lampasas, Texas 24.10 New Orleans, Louisiuna 44.80 J. W, TsiiFoito, Agent. IVORY SOAP 99^ Pure THE BEST {OK EVEKV PURF0IC CHILD BIKTH • • • • • • MADE EASY \ " MOTHERS' FRIEND " is .1 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 for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to • Life of Mother and Child. Book to " MOTHERS "mailed l ; R£E, containing valuable infonnation and voluntary testimonials. ScntbvexprCdS on rci^tinluf juice |t.fio per bOtUt B8ADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Mltnta.8*. BOLD BY ALL nTUIOOIBTB. At HOTEL BRUNSWICK Room .14. Hutchinson, Kansas. Consultation Free. 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 yenrsiiand will OUAR- ANTEE A CURE in Catarrh, Bronchitis, Incipient, Consumption. Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Cancers, ANO AI.T. UIBKASKS PKTOI.IAU TO WOMKK. 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 are' suffering with complaints peculiar to their sex, ean be sure of a speedy relief and permanent cure. Patients given tip by other physicians 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. Can Catarrh be Cured P 3!) 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 ,lune to take treatment of Dr, Smith, and after using her remedies for two weeks my dispepsin vanished os if by magic and in six weeks time my catarrh was gouc. As Dr. Smith had euretl me after other physicians have failed, I feel that 1 can not have say too much in her praise. Any one writing or calling on me ean learn the truth of the above testimonial. Mils. Huxnv Kuom.Es. Rheumatism can be Cured. And is no longer a mystery, from two to eight weeks being sufficient to remove this dread disease. Thomas (!. Brooks, Union Valley, Cortlandt county, N. Y., cured of chronic rheumatism in one month. He will reply to any questions by letter, Mrs. O. li. Bennett. 707 Domiuick street. Home, 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, V'tiea, K. Y., hud 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. Testimonials of cures in Hutchinson, Great Bend, Garden City and other places in Kansas, given upon application at the office. Grand Island railroad employes are not satisfied with the present scale ol wages. Morning Noon Night Good all the time. It removes the languor of morning, sustains th«* —-orgies of noon, lulls the weariness of night. Beer delicious, sparkling;, appetizing. Don't be deceived (fa dealer, far tho take of larger profit, telli you H&mc other kind fa "Justus tood"—'tis f;iUe. No imitation la tti good aa (.lie geuuinc HIRKS^ ,5rOLD MBDAL, PARIS, 187a W. BAKEB&CO.'S Breakfast Cocoa from whluh 'bo cxceei of oft hoa 1>- JQ maovod, J* abaoluMy pure and it to BoUtble. No Cfiemicals are iued la H» preparation. It tiu riors than three time* itie strength of Cocoa mixed with Btsrch, Arrowroot or Biigur, and li therefore far more eo-o~ comical, to*ting lt*9 than on* cent a cup* It fa delicious, nour. lining, otrengtheniog, EASILY DIGESTED, and admirably adapted for IDVUIICIH at •woil OM for penont In health. Bold lijr Grow eyerywhera. V. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Maas MIDLAND HOTEL. Mont centrally located hotel iu the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Patronage of traveling men solieted. THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertlncincnu! Inserted tn thin department will be cnarKcil for at tnc rate of one- half cent per word; they must be Inserted for a dctlnltc number of tiincn anil paid for when Insertion cninnienceH. This rule will be stricttv observed lu all caocR. • ANTE D-Dav boarder*, at No. 4 South Main street. tf ANTED—Good, clean rags at the N»WB press room. W ANTED—A girl to do general housework at son A cast. tf ANTED! A Rtrl for general housework at fi4?> Avenue A east. tf ANTED—To buy or rent, a cornet, at No. 7 Eighth avenue east. :H W ANTKD—A etrl to do general housework, at 4tf :i First avenue east. 4t W ANTED—Girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. Cl II. Mcnke, fill) A cast. 31 w good price. ANTED—Good clean, cotton racs at the NEWS oltlcc press roora. Will pay W ANTED—To buy a gentle bugiry horse, low price for cash. Inquire BUS First afenue cast. at W ANTED—lutein Rent young men out of cmploymcntto call on A. S. Hall, liljt North Main, Hutchinson. ' 4t • I F you wish to advertise anything anywhere at any time write to Geo. p. Rowell* Co., No. 10 Spruce St., New York, tf W ANTED—To sell twenty-live pairs of $5 pants In the next ten days. E. O. Richmond & Co., No. 7 Sherman street east tf w ANTED—To buy a car load of eggs be* fore the l"»th of this month. \vr pay the highest cash price. J. A. Hopkins. Santa Fe block. C BOUNTY officers should call or address us j when in want of printing of any description, blank books or binding. tVc give satisfaction. NEWS Co.. Hutchinson, Kau. 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. CUAHK &PHAY. M, T * Th. S ALESMEN WANTED—To sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail trade. Liberal salary -ind expenses paid. Permanent position, ^foncy advanced for wages, advertising, etc. For full particulars atul reference address Centennial Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. »u-14. RJIBPA IMF IIH fill li IIV 1 S0Inc colored plush, UnilUnilll 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 tneae albums, send me £1 at once, aa the suptiiy is limited. Six for SC. Address H. F. STEWAKT, 48 W. Kleventn St. Philadelphia, Pa. E VKKY one in neeil of information on the sublect of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of -Hoofe for Advertisers," :.((J8 pages, price, on*.' dollar. Mailed postage paid, on receipt of price. Contains a careful compilation from the. American Newspaper Directory of all the l>eat papers anrt class journals; pivcw the circulation ratine of every one. ami a good deal of Information about rates ami otfiur matters pertaining to the busincKS of advertising. AildreRH Row- clys Advertising liureau, 10 Spruce St., New York, tf LOST. r " OST—A small navel, be wing the Initials Ji 1). of H. Plcawe leave at this ofllce. tf L OST—A sum ot money, by the man who buys his paints, oils, glass or painters' supplies of any other house than Freeman & Haines, No. \\i Second avenue east. tf Attention, Ladies. If you want ueat Morning Wrappers. Stylish Tailor Made Clowns or Stre<!J^- Dress, Handsome Tea tlownei. KtojJni .JF Evening - Costumes, call on ~ S> Miss E. A. Church, a24Jif North Main. Collog-e ilailding-. Room No. R. i French, English and American fashion platcB to euoose Irom. All work warranted to give entire, satisfaction both as to fit and finish. I most respectfully Solicit the patronage of all who need my services. BA1LR0AD TIME TABLES, Kook Island. EASTWARD ' ~~— No. 2'J, Mall and Kxnress No. 24, Night Express^. • •No. Wi^rclgMJicMTOmodWtion WESTWAHliT" No. ail, Mail and Eiprees. DRPMVTfi. 8:t"i0 a. a 0:60 p. a. 11;46 p. ui. DBPAH'IS. 0:30 a. m. 6:55 p. zn 2:»0 p. a mi. oipt £,xwcsa I 'No. tin. Freight Accommoaatjnri' | No. SI runs to Pratt only., UhcVal? rUD8 llm ' UKh to Doa 8 e CUT »n« •No. (14 daily except Sunday. •No. 113 daily except Sunday. MlMoarl Pnclllp. EA8TWAHI), Local Freight (dally) leaves St. Louis Mall (dally) leaves W. &C. Acc. (dally) mixed leaves. VfKRTWARD, Local Freight (dally) leaves W.&C. Acc.idaiiylmlxcd arrives. Bcnver Express (dally) leaves... 0:00 a. ml (1:30 a. m! 4:10 p. m. »:4r, a. m l):4u a iu, 7:2a p. m St. Cars run through to change Ohalr Cars to Denver free of charge Is the short Hue to all points west, Louis without Thl» P. 0. L£IHBAOH, Agent, H. C. TOWNSKND, Gen. Pas. Agent. 5 Hutchinson & Southern* •No. 2, Mall and Express... tXo. 1), Freight and Accn.. •No. 1, Mall and Express... tNo. fi, Freight and Acc'n.. AttBIVBG. 0:30*. mi U:a0a,ta. OHPAUTS 8:«o a. m. 2:lf>p. m. •Daily. tDaily except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutchinson and Kingman with diverging lluea. Atchison, Tupeka « Han* a Fe. In effect on and after November 18,1BU1. WESTBOUND. Trains. Denver. &| Utah V.Ex Callfornial *Mex. Ilm., Colorado! night Ex. Freights.. Freight. .. Leave Kansas City. 10.-4S a.m. 10:55 a.m. 0:20 p.m. .1:30 p.m. Arrive Hutchinson., S:i6p.m ?*.45a.m, •'):4.1p.m,, EASTUOUNO. Leave Hutchinson. 8:30p.m. &:0ria.m. !7":'ci5p.m'. Trains. Si Arrive Leave •Arrive Trains. o Hutch­ Hutch­ Kansas inson. inson. CHy. New York Limited Ex. 4 7:."i0 a m 8:10 a m 4:40,p m Chicago Ves­ 8:10 a m 4:40,p m tibule Plx'ss Cannon ball (J lO.'.'Uam 10:32am 0:05 p is Missouri riv­ 0:05 p is er night Ex. 8 8:ir>pm 8:35 p m 7:00 a m Freights no 4:00 p m l:2Bpm 7:00 a m Freight 44 8::i.") a m »:S0iio Chicago, Kuntinn & Weotorn Railroad. Hntchiutfoii KxtenHloti. I'OK SALE. ijlOK kALIC—OliI papers in packages of 100 n for sale at the NKWH oftlcc. F IOU SALE—A few household goods at 100 First avenue west. UV F OR SALE—Household goods, this week. Enquire at liOH A cast. J. A. Mullholland. -it F OB KALE—We Bell IUMI an much 1MA1SH of UOSKS to gentlemen as to ladies aa they also desire a smooth, clear complexion. J. M. Beam, proprietor Midland Pharmacy. Trains. Q Leave Hutchinson. Arrive Kinsley San Frane'eo & Texas Ex.. Acco'md'tion 3 341 8:20 p m 8:20 a m I2!20am l:20Tp>- Leave Kinsley Arrive Hutchson. Arrriv Kausat City. New York Limited Kx. Accom'd'tton • 4 :H2 4:.'17 a m 2-.'if, pm 7:G0 a m 7:50 pm 4:40 p m FOIl SA1.K «>lt TKAUB. rr\o TBADK—100 acres of good land, clear, i for city property, clear or lightlv encumbered, tf I,. F. CAIN. F I'OK KENT. IOU RENT—Furnished and unfurnished rooms in the Woodard block. 153 1 7WR SALE—Large steam Singer Sewing _ machine. Enquire at this ofllce. tf F OR KENT—One section of land in south part of county; good fence and running water. Will rent cheap for cash, Address L, NEWS onlcc. tf Rates, $1,00, $1,25, $1,50 a Pay. Kendrick & Burk, have just received a FIRST-CLASS WORK. E¥EBYTHII6 GINUUITEEB. ""^SSSa^ Hutchinson, Kansas No. 3 carries through Pullman ami tourist sleeping cars to San Dtcgo. Los Augelea, San "ranclsco and City of Mexico. Mo. 5 carries through Pullman sleeper* and chair cars to Pucliio, Coloradao Bprinee and Denver, making connections at Pueblo • and Colorado Springs with through slecpere for San Francisco and Portland^ via. Salt Lake. No. 7 carries through Pullman sleeper io Dodge City and through coachen to Pueblo and Denver. No. 4 carries through Pullman anC tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St. Louis. No. tf carries through Pullman (deeper^ and chair earn to Kaiusaa City and Chicago No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers ajid chalt cars to Kansas City and St Joseph, Mo. DUO GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. T. & p. A., Topeka, Kan. J. W. TBDFOaD, Agent Santa Fe Boute. Hntchinson. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. S. l'HVSICIANS. H. SIDLINGERT l'hysli'liiu and 8nrgeon. Olllce over Sidllnger's drug store. Office telephone, 10; residence, GB. J-JRS. STEWART, 337 North Main. BR. j. B. STEWART, | DR. K. A. STEWART, Practice limited to Bye, Ear, Throat Surgery aud Dls- and Nose. Glasses eases of Women. 1 properly adjusted. J. W. MAQUIRE, M. D„ Treats Eye, JKur, Nose nnd Throat Diseases ' Carefully. Office, No. 110 North Main. Residence, 80S North Main. J G. MALCOLM, Physician autl Burgeon (Homeopathic) Office 1121st avenue east. ATTOKNKVS. JNO. W. ROBWriT Attorney ut Law. Kooms 2, 3 and 4, Mo. 3 South Mala. T ESL1E & CRAWFORD. . JLJ .Attorneys sttaw. Successors to Swlgart A Crawford. Penney Building, opposite Court House. JglDWARD A. IIA1UUMAN, Attorney at Law, Ofllce in HutchinaonNatlonal Bank building Hires'^ ! W e V uremen': 0ZMANLIS, ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS 8 «f , rwmpt, VofttSt* Out* for ImpctMc; ton of Manhood, Stmlnal EmfMlMi, Spsrmoterrasa, Ntiixmlntil, Stl/Olltrutt lou of Htmoiv, An. Will out Van. Prlet tl.00, « Bom, *» 00. , J aatelal Dlnettartt Hallid with inoli Bo». Minn BtU »l4CM »lWaKt Ot.. 8010 LUOAl AVJ. 6T.LOUI3. . MO. Marriage,&ecretfcilus, Losses, Evil l-oreliodlnot DMrcaaaiicy.Htuateil Orowthi.oto. «Xe«lu«ii«< <r«>Aaii> Blvu uss a.iouolv o/surc.M.' — i • tnalUM frt'.t for Hniltrit OUR NEW BOOH b^skSS"^ I 'huuaaliiln ut tlusranteed Toatlmoulsls tU»t "MEW STAY CURED." Attorney ut Litw, Ofllce over First National Bank. Entrance on Sherman street. •^yHITESIDB & GTREASON • Attorneys at Ijaw, Office, 1, 2 t a, 4, over No. G4 SoutU Main St. rjtAYLOn & TAYLOR, Attonioys at I>H\r, OfQce, upstairs, Masonic Temple. M" ODERN WOODMEN OV AMERICA Meet in the hall of McClurg's store, at No. 20 South Main street, every Monday evening-. Visiting neighbors always welcome. W. B. MAUHUAI.L , Clerk. ' A. M. IJUTCIIJSSON , V. C (SUCCESSOR TO WM. MOBEISON.) Corner of Main and Fourth. The place to buy your beef, pork., 1 veal and all kinds of sausage, oysters, fish and game. John Hartman, cutter. Tolepnone 32. Remedies ssd Treatment for tie Cure i Call on or address the Keeley Institute of Indian Territory, OKLAHOMA CITY, 0. T: CURE v 'VGORSELFf _ rillroiili|c,!M-lt!uionofrUc«\ roi«!t,Whii..i-: ;.,<rrnstorrbi»l Joriiuy v.n:ir < i.'.>l/;isdHW»a(V Jyour Uni.!jj!,i. lur a bottlo of JUte «. U nircs iu u few dan SwHIunuthonit; orpumicily of a lilooior. Json-po/sououa and 1 fruaraiitecd not Ui t'trfcture. Tha XMiversnl A<nr.rlczn Cure. Manufactured l>? k .Tte Evsas Chtmici 0o,| OINOINNATI , o. .».

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