The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 18, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, April 18, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1892. CASTORIA J9 WOTO KiUifrouble can cope, |S ul .sfee cant vasfe ter cJofyes _ to perfec) ion sJie knows, *lSrbante Clairette Soap* N.K.FAIRBANK&CQ. —s— St Louis. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturers of SIFTED TABLE Al DAIRY SALT West of Now York.. WESTERN, RiVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. Wo guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to elthon the 'Ashton or Higgins Imported salt in evory respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agree with ns. R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, mmmrmvm THE GEOOMIWOF THIS courai'wiu.ogwi IIUOH VM.TOBU IhFOBUATlON FROM A 8TUDY OF TIII3 HAP OF THE Chicago, Rock Island & Me Ry, Ths Direct Boole to and from CHICAGO, ROOK WLAKD, DAVENPORT, DBS MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA, LINCOLN, WATERTOWN, STOUX FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOFEKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, mad PCT£BLO. Free Kecuntng Chelr Can to and from CHICAGO. CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGE CITY, and Palace Sleeping Cam between CHICAGO, WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Through Coaches, Sleeper*, Free Reclining Chair Can and TlQlng Can dally between CHICAGO, DEB KOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA ami LINCOLN, and between CHICAGO and DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO vlaSt Joseph, or Kansas City and Tocwka, Excursions daily, with, t'botce of Routes to and ftom Salt Lake, Portland, Los Angeles and San Franclico. The Direct Line to ami from Pike's Peak, Manitou, Garden of the Gods, the Sanitariums, and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Express Trains daily between Chicago and Mir.iWft.wlW "id fit Paul, with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars FREE, to and from those points and Kan» eos City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls via Rock Island. The Favorite Lino to Watertown, Sioux Falls, the Summer Retorts and Hunting and Fishing Grounds or t be Northwest, _ For Tickets, M&ps, Folders, or desired Information apply to any Coupon Ticket Office, or address E. ST. JOHN,' JOHN SEBASTIAN, Gent Manager, Gen'l Tkt <fc Para. Agt* CHIOAQO. ILL. "CURE - r rOORSELF! , ^if troubled w I th (lonorrhceaV JGleet, Whites,KpermatorruooaM Joranynunaturul discharge aakV •your druggist lor a bottle of • lllp <J. It cures in a few days I without the nlil or publicity of a B doctor. Non-poisonous and iRunranteed not to fctrtcture. \Tht Universal American Cure.*• Manufactured by i w The Evans Chemical Oo .l k CINCINNATI, O. o.a.A. flemedlei and Treatment for the Cure of UQUORandOPICMEABlTS Call on or address the Kieliy Institute of Indian Territoij, OKLAHOMA CITY, 0. T: The Uelebrated French Cure. w ^r"APHROOITirJE' , sa D! I Is S OLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to ouro any form of nervous diu- eoao or any disorder of the generative . organs ot either Bex,' whethor arising « t <"z^ , i'Li trom tho excoa- Ar I Erf slve nao ot Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscretion, over Indulgence, Ac, Buoh as Lass of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Bearlngdown Paine in tho back, Boinlnal Weakness, Hysteria. NervoUB Pros- tratlon,rJooturnalEmls8lons,Ijoucorrh05a,Dli- tlness, Weak Memory, Loss ot Power and Ira- DOtenoy, which It noglecteo often lead to nre- mstore old ago and Insanity. Prloe fl.00 a box 6 boxes for $5.00. Beat by mall on receipt ot '^JtVlHTTEN GUARANTEE I S given for every 15.00 order received, to refund tho money It a Permanent ouro Is not effected, we nave thousands ot testimonials trom old and young ot both sexos, who have been permanently oared by the use ot Aphrodttlne. Circular* tree. Mention paper. _ Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. _ M Washington St, CHICAGO. Uilk For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. BEFORE MANHOOD RESTORED. Before*.After U M.| Photographed from life. "8AHATIVO." the Wonderful Spanish Actnedy, Is sold with a Written Ouurentoe to cure all Netvous Dls- eases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness, LontMan. hood, Nervousness, Lassitude, all drains and loss of power of the Generative Organs In either sex, caused by over-exertion, youthful indiscretions, or the excessive use of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lend to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put up in convenient form to carry in the vest pocket Price fjl a package, or 0 for $S, With every |5 order we give a written guarantee to ouro or refund the money, sent by mall to any address. Circular free In plain envelope. Mention tills paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for TJ. S. A. sra Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL, FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS , B Y A.J. Baumhardt, Druggist, one door north ot Santa Fe Hotel. KIRKS DUSftY IIAMON TAR SIMP Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing. ; Cures Chappod. HancU, Wounds), Bums, Etc Bamorss and jProYants SssdraxT. WHITE RUSSIAII SOAP. Specify Minted WU»e in HvdWtw* NO SPECULATION, The Object of Land Commissioner Carter's Ruling. FOR BENEFIT OF SOLDIERS. That Is AY hut the Commissioner Declares Will I(o the Itesult —Evidence of Good Faith .Must Ho Shown Ity Old Soldiers lining on the llronnd In Vcrson. W ASHINGTON, April 17.—The attention of Commissioner Carter was yesterday called to the series of resolutions adopted at a meeting- tit Kingfisher, Ok., protesting against tho enforcement of the rules of the general land office, prohibiting persons from filing more than two applications at one time to enter lands In the ceded Cheyenne and Arapahoe country and directing that no application by mail be received. Mr. Carter said: "There has been no ruling changing the manner of doing business at local land offices. Speculation in public land alwayB has been repugnant to the letter and spirit of the law of this country. Soldiers' declaratory statements, presented in good faith, give to the soldier [The above map shows the now lands. The new counties aro designated as C, D, E, F, G and H. Tho dark lines aro boundaries of the Cheyenne and Arnpithoo lands.] the period of NIX months within which to onter upon the land, but no filing can be considered which is bused on advertised and notorious intent to violate tho law for speculative purposes. Agents have advertised extensively for soldiers' declaratory statements to enable them to file on lands at Kingfisher and Oklahoma City for the express purpose of speculation. Soldiers have been advised by these agents that they need not settle on the lands at all and hundreds of persons who have no intention of making homes in tho new country have forwarded papers to these agents authorizing them to make filings. "As indicating the character of tho advertisements, 1 quote the following from a circular extensively circulated by an agent who is now no doubt at Kingfisher preparing to carry out his programme. Among other things the circular says: 'As soon as the filing is made I will send you a certificate of the same. Then you will have six months to go on the land and can make your improvements; or during that six months you may sell your relinquishments. Relinquishments of soldiers claim sell from tSO to S100 according to the location and quality of the land.' "A few persons obtained authority under such false and fraudulent representations and seem extremely anxious to push their speculation to a successful rcsu 11. A few persons provided with tho declaratory statements undoubtedly contemplated standing at tho head of the line, and by handing in their thousands of filings secure control of all tho desirable land to the exclusion and great injury of tho soldiers present who actually desire to secure homes for themselves and their families. Then, according to the advertised programme, these agents would begin to reap their harvest in selling relinquishments. The rule of this office was promulgated for tho purpose of defeating this speculative scheme." "The rule will operate in the interest of tho soldiers who» are on the ground and by their presence give evidence of their good faitlt and bona fide intention to secure homes." OARTEK'S BULINO UPHELD. W ASHINGTON, April 17.—Commissioner Carter, of the general land office, has received the following petition signed by 163 residents of Kingfisher, Ok.: "We tho undersigned soldiers and civilians, qualified fAmcstcad cntrymeD, tbo better to protect our rights, as well as thoao of all other qualified cntryraen, and to avoid fraudulent practices and In view of the fact ot tbo opening ot tho Choyenne and Arapahoe country at an early date, earnestly, severally and collectively ask that, you make a rulo governing tilings In your of- flco, to-wlt: That 'no man bo pormltted to fUo moro than one homestead and declaratory statement or two declaratory statements, ut one and tho sumo limo, after which he must go to tho foot ot the line and take his turn to make a Uko filing. An oider substantially as petitioned for was made by the commissioner some days ago. GOV. SKAY's PROCLAMATION. GuTnnin, Ok., April 17.—-Gov. Seay this afternoon issued a proclamation fixing tho time for opening county scats as follows: In counties I) and H, at 1:30 p. n>., central standard time of Tuesday, April 19; in counties B, JT andG, at :s p. m., and county C, at 4 p. m. , GOV. .SEAV'S AJ'I'OINTMKKTS. Names of the Officers of the 8lx New Coun-. tie* WI10 Have lleen CoinruUsloued, G UTIUII E , Ok., April 17.—Gov. Seay has commissioned tbo following officers for the nix now counties in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservation: County C—Probate judge, Amos Ewing; attorney, T. J. Fuxrar; clerk, George Rarey; sheriff, D, 1\ Smith; register of deeds, W. H. Granger;, treasurer,: B. Jf, Orerstreet; surveyor, ?!. P. McCoy; aonv lnissioucrs, Abraham ,1. Trice, "C, \V. Garland. Lafayette Wells. County TJ—Trolmto judge. T>. ,S. Workman; attorney. C. Ij. Koode; clerk, George N. I i titter: register or deeds, Onirics 15, King: treasurer. Robert K. Innis: sheriff. Thomas Temon; commissioners, Abraham Hummer, Anail Bracht, Elliott M. Dixon. County E—Clerk, Thomas Rirtley; probate judge, Charles (). Masserly; sheriff, H. Mason; county commissioner, H. If. Tote. Comity F— IVobato judge, 11. M. Carr, clerk, \V. II. Hallett: sheriff, John II. ^MeAvers; commissioners, .1. 1). Sterling, W. C.; attorney, A. tl. Cunningham; treasurer, Sat Rowdcn; register of deeds, John W. McC'ook. County (3—Probate judge, J. W. Clevinger: attorney, 11. E. Vanivers; clerk, E. l'l. McPherson; register of deeds, J. J. Kennedy; sheriff, Charles F. Gorton; treasurer. 8. ,J. Oyer; commissioners, D. W. Dpchurcli. J. I). Connelly. John B. Coykcndall. County H—Probate judge, 11. A. Lam- bcison; clerk, George II. Bennett; attorney. J. C. ffoflius; register ot deeds, A. S. "Trather; sheriff, W. B. Thralls; commissioners, W. II. Murphy, Harry Little, William Jnrvis; treasurer, Seal Ragland. Those men represent Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Iowa, and were chosen out of over 400 candidates. AT KI.ItKNO ANIJ KINGFISHER. Thousand* Anxiously Wnltlnc; — About Eight Hundred Colored People Near Klngtlslier. K I.HENO, Ok., April 17. —The anxious boomers have at last become convinced that there is no doubt about the time of the opening and are drawing close to the line, i'cw schooners are to be seen about the town. , About 3fi,U00 people will pass Easter Sunday in camp along tho line. There are a number of ministers among the colonists, und everyone of them expects to preach an Easter sermon on the border of the new "Promised Land." Not a single shooting hasyot occurred among the colonists. It was reported that a man named Pitts was thrown from his horse and killed in tho Wichita country near the line of county G, and also that a woman and three children had been injured by a runaway team near the line of county C. AT KINOFISIIKIU luNQFisiiEB, Ok., April 17. —The boomers are camped everywhere around the town. E%'ery hollow has its half dozen or moro wagons. On all sides the men can be seen practicing their horses for the great race next Tuesday. There aro about 4,000 settlers about this town, and of this number about 800 are black. The negroes do not stay very near town, however, most of them being camped near the line. Part of this colored contingent is newly arrived, but many have been living in the black jack regions of Oklahoma ever since tho first opening. Few of them have $10 worth of property, but all of them expect to secure claims a.nd most of them probably will. They are a rather odd lot. The big men among them aro the ministers and tile "squires," whoso word is la.w. METHODIST CIIUHCH SOUTH. Election of Delegates to tho Annual Coil-| Terence. [ II.utnisosviLLE, Mo., April IT.— Tho district conference of tiie 51. E. church, south, convened in this city and is having a harmonious session. Among the more distinguished visitors are Rev. Drs. Tigort, Rankin, Itishop, Alton, Brown, Whitten and Downing from Kansas City; Rev. TV. T. MeClure from Jefferson City; Rev. C. H. Hriggs, agent of Central college; Prof. A. A. Jones, president of Central female college at Lexington; Dr. C. C. Woods,, president of Scarritt college; Rev. S. W. Cope, of Chillieothe, and others. Among -the more widely known laymen In at tendance are Witten MtsDonuld and W. H. Chick, and these two gentlemen were elected as delegates to the annual conference which will meet in Independence in September. Centnil Kansas Teachers. KsirosiiA, Kan., April 17.—Tho Kansas Central Union Teachers' association's annual meeting has closed. Class work in drawing was finally exemplified by Miss Emma L. Gridley, of the state normal, and discourses were supplied by Superintendent Moss, of To- pekn; President Hendy, of Emporia college, John McDonald, editor of the Western School Journal; Miss Alfreda Judd, of Emporia; Prof. A. 11. Newton, principal of the Amcricus school; Prof. W. I J. Huggins, principal «f the Kansas avenue school, Emporia, and Dr. I J . A. IS'ulez, musical director of the state normal school. Firm for Calvinism. Ami.KNK, Kan., April 17. —Tho Presbyterians of northwest Kansas closed tiieir annual conference. Rev. Mr. Crawford, of McPhersou, was elected moderator and Rev. Sawtell and Elder Swansen, delegates to the general assembly in Portland, with orders to stand firm for Calvinism in revising the doctrines of the church. • Askinc; Kemoval of City Officers. T OPBKA, Kun., April 17.— Thomas Dever, of Junction City, presented a pea petition of Attorney-General Ives signed by sixty-nine taxpayers, asking that steps be taken in the supreme court to oust the mayor, tho members of the city council and all the police officers and appoint u board of police commissioners. Shot Tlironjrh Ills Pocket. L EAVHNWOBTH, Kan., April 17.— At an early hour a fight took place between colored men in the north part of the city, during which Jerry Nichols shot and seriously wounded Marshall Wako. Pensions Cut Too luoh. W ASHINGTON, April 17.—The boiler prevails among senators that the house has cut the appropriations for pensions below the absolute requirements of tho law, and it is probable that the regular appropriation will be increased several million dollars when it is returned to the house by the senate. ' . Delaware farmers sent resolution* to aWBgres* denouncing the sugar trust. for Infants and Children. *^Mlll»l«tow^s<Ur<>dto AMrenthaJ ( reneniBcad Itai superior to anyprncTtptkaa raaowBtome." n. A. Aacrrxm, K. rx, IU8»axfccde«^Bxoe±Jr/B,rt.T. "The riM of'Cs^rfe'b tentorial and Its merit* so well known that It satins a work of supererogation to endofss 11 Few are the intelligent families who do sxrtkeep Caatoria wlthltetuy reach/' New Tork City. Iota Pastor Mrstwilwgtola Beiormed Church. OsMtotta ctsres Cbae, On—WljaSluu, Sour Blotnach, IltarrlMaa, Cructatioa, KOI* Worma, ft Tea slas* and pnataa W(>Joatbi}tiriaus medlos lists. s Far several rears I haw reeorni your' Casfcoria.' and shall always oontli do so as it has Invariably produood baa results," tswnf r. Pasaaa, It A, "Tbs Vflnt ^TC ^.'MMBtjraataadMjMa, MvTtsstOkj, fn CaxTjuns C SHSMST, ft Mux MAT HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yaids have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson—five roads. AS A STOCKER -AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Best distributing point in the west. All parties wanting stoekcrs and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BENJ. W. LAPP, General Manager. COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Uauling. Especially prepared to more Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one In the city havlne the necessary articles for tho moving of heavy goods We Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of the city at reasonable rates- Years of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household Goods without tho least injury. If yon want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone elsd and savo yo« money. Storage Department. if 3 T 0 ^ Ve * he lnr ^ 8t briok 8t ore room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can hare their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee our w"r£ ti be first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price is all we ask and a trial will convince you that we aro the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. S£ We will take down your Htoves, move them and take all the nickel parts off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store thera for tho season for tho small sum of s$, the season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and makes a small job for the man who cleans it. We do not polisli stoves, for that is out of our line of business. Hope you will give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, Manager, Office and Barn, Second Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. John Donnelly. Wholesale Liquor Dealer Handles WINE BEER A WHISKEY Kansas and Family 0 « a Specialty Write for catalogue. 429 Delaware Street, Kansas City, Mo. - ^••tZjiA 1 * T 00 " kno * the QOAND TBOTOS, the Main Vseta. taa

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