2. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, APRHi 26, 1892. THE LYNCHERS. Adjutant-General Wickham, souri, at Forsyth. of Mi»- WATCHING THE GRAND JURY foe Mccond Time the Chief or MlMtmrl'a Military KtulT linn lluit to Visit That Hertlon to Altl the Authorities of Tatifty Oouiity—Fiititu of tliu rrnvlnun Vlitlt ItiTUllutl. SPIilNDKIKI.tj, Ma; April lid.—Among the passciifriTB who hoarded tho Chnd- •wick train for Forsyth here yesterday morning was .Joseph A. Wickham, the •<ljuUiut-K «iie .rul for Missouri. He arrived in Sprinfflleld from .lelterson City at 6 o'clock in the morning, and joined at tho I'helps avenue depot the Taney uointy party, which was unusually Inrjfc, a number of the leading attorneys of tlie Springfield bar having been rcttiined by George L. Taylor and Madison Day, tlie two alleged murderers of Deputy Sheriff Williams held by j Judge Collier, of the Christian county probate court, under a bond of 11,000 to await tlie action of the grand Jury that will convene at Forsyth tomorrow. The adjutant-general and the Springfield .attorneys left here at 11 o 'clock for Ozark, where they expected to take bucks for Forsyth, a distance of thirty miles. Mr. Wickham wasscenat tho depot but had little to nay about the object of lii.s visit to Forsyth. He suid he would remain in Taney county during the session of the grand jury, or until some action should be taken by that body respecting the murder of Deputy Sheriff Williams. He seemed to regard with some surprise the release of the prisoners. This is the second time the state of Missouri has sent the chief of its military staff to Forsyth to aid the Tutiey county authorities in enforcing the laws. At the request of a committee of leading members of the' militia, or tinti-Hald Knobbcr fuction, Gov. Mur- madukc had Adjt.-Gen. Jamison go to Forsyth in 1SMIS, when Capt. Nat N. Kinney was the imperial chief of the "White river regulators. Adjt.-Gen. Jamison found u most remarkable situation at Forsyth when lie arrived in that little town on the Missouri border. Frank and .Tubal Taylor had been lynched by the Bald Knobbers but a few months before. Hill Taylor, a brother of the two yoitng men hanged by tlie regulators, was then under guard, charged with the murder of a liulf-vMt- ted fellow by the name of Dimmoek In the western part of the county near the scene of the- late tragedy at Roork, so soon followed by the killing of Deputy Sheriff Williams and the lynching of hlB prlsonor. Bright. Capt. Kinney had Taylor in custody and would allow none but Bald Knobbers to guard the terrified prisoner. The lluld Knobbcr chief would often say to his prisoner wliile the regulating forces stood around in hearing: "I can break your neck with a orook of my finger." Such was the state of affairs at Forsyth in 18NQ when Adjt .-t*en. Jamison went there to negotiate with the llald Knobbers. That Gen. Jumisou treated with Capt. Kinney as a kind of belligerent chieftain is a matter of history. He had the Bald Knobbcr leader marshal his legions on tho public square, at Forsyth. Tho adjutant-general niuile a speech to the regulators, advising them to peaceably rtisbnud and leave tlie punishment of crime in Taney county to the lawful authorities. Capt. Kinncv followed with a farewell address to his comrades, reviewing tho peculiar history of Taney county that hud made the regulating regime necessary. Then pledging the adjutant-general his services in the interest of a new era of peace for Taney conncy the stalwart chieftain of the linld Knobbcr organization formally proclaimed the regulating legions of the Missouri s border disbanded. Up to tlie day of his death at Forsyth on the 20th day of August, 1888, Capt. Kinney'perKistently claimed that this was the Inst regular meeting of the Ituld Knobbers of Taney county. Three Tli»UMtiu<l Innocent Vlllufrera Slain. SHANGHAI , April ail.—Advices from tlie interior arc that 3,000 innocent villagers were wantonly murdered by the imperial troops during the recent rebel warfare, while the Veal rebels made their esciipc. On their return to Trent- Sing many of the troops were loaded with booty. The villagers declare that the troops were move cruel and wanton than the rebels. Daly (UtUcuH at (hit Navy Yard. WABHJ.NOTO.N , April 20.— Secretary of the Navy Truuy has decided that none bnt American citizens shall be appoint ed'to places in the civil forces at the different navy yards, and the foreigu- born men who have found places must cither become naturalized or declare their intention of taking out papers. North Dakota I.i'glMltttoi-N Curt'lea*. OUANO FORKS , N. 1)., April »«.—The lust state legislature by some oversight made no provision in revising the luws for the election of presidential electors uud politicians are much alarmed in consequence. An extra session of the legislature is believed to be tho only solution of the dilliculty. Wt'Uli Tin l'liltu Worka (.'omlnir. SWANSKA , Ap.'ll ill.—It is stated t,hat owing to the depression in tho llritlsh tin plate trade, resulting from tho workings of the MuKinley tariff, tho proprietors of a number of the largest tin plate factories in Wales inteud to erect works in America. Kutletl From VVIUNL'U, Tux. VKI.ABCO , Tex., April 20 Tho Hrltish steamship Anstcrlitz sailed from hero for Mverpool yesterday with a full ear go of cotton and oil cake, including 400 bales on deck. It" crossed the bar this morning at half tide, drawing sixteen feet two inches. boarding-house stairs. Ho the enrtman rigged up a tackle from the roof, put "Danger'' cards on the sidewalk and hoisted the dangling rosewood and ivory through the window. The hall bedroom boarder next door watched her arrival with mingled horror and curiosity. "I'm afraid she means business," he remarked sentcntionsly to the hall bedroom board at the other end of the hall. •'Some people have pianos for ornament, but nobody h'ists up a planner with a pulley unless they mean business." That afternoon the piano-tuner arrived, and when he went away the owner started in, ravish*! the ears of the hall bedroom boarder with a steady stream of melody from four o'clock till dinnertime, and after that she hung to the keys until quarter past eleven. And every time she trod on the loud pedal the hall bedroom boarder fairly shook in his bed. The next day the musical arrival devoted herself to vocal exercises. "She has a new system," exclaimed the hall-bedroom boarder, who had taken it in through the keyhole. "She stands off in the middle of the floor and takes flyers at the music." "How do you mean," asked the old gentleman from the second floor, who had come up in his dressing-gown and carpet slippers to discuss the situation. "I mean she loads up with a page of music, and then stands off and poppers ] the piano with big and little notes." "It's worse than cats," added the hall- bedroom boarder sadly, ns he turned in. The next, morning was Sunday, and at eight o'clock the new boarder was at tin 1 piano. She kindly omitted scales and exercises, and worked off "Consider the Lillies." The hall-bedroom boarder next door dressed with feverish haste. A moment later he knocked at his neighbor's door. "I beg pardon for disturbing you," ho said, when she appeared, "but I have a trifling favor to ask. I notice you have been singing 'Consider the Lillies.' I want to ask if you won't sing the companion song, 'Consider the Hull-Bedroom Boarder.' It's asking a good deal, but the whole household is interested in your music." You're impertinent, sir," she said, angrily, slumming the door in the applicant's face, and again the flow of melody began. After dinner, just as the boarders were beginning to stroll upstairs, a pale, determined-looking woman hurried down to the landlady. "I wish my bill immediately," she said, in an excited way. "Yon arc not going to leave on Sunday," remarked the astonished mistress of the household. "I am. I will send for my piano tomorrow, if you will have the dynamite taken out." "The dynamite!" gasped the landlady. "Exactly. There's a notice .on my piano which says that enough dynamite has been placed under the keys at C major to blow me a mile and three-quarters. I tiptoed around and packed up the few things 1 had out, and now I'm going. You have a miserable house and a horrid, hateful crowd of people," and the musician snapped her pocketbook on the change and flounced out, leaving the landlady bewildered and speechless. lint far upstairs a form was leaning over the fourth-story banisters and an excited whisper came down: "Hey, Wilkinson, how did it work?"—N. Y. Tribune. Republican Committer Meeting, The Republican county central committee is called to meet at the court house in Hutchinson on Wednesday, May 4th, at 'I o'clock p. m. Every member of the committee is requested to be present. J. B. VINCKNT , Chairman. .T. F. BTOIIT , Secretary. d-w llucklen 'R Arnica Halve, Tlie best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,' Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures PilcB, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice, 25 cents per box. For sale by C. R. Sidlinger, Little Judith, the 8 -yenr-old daughter of Mr. Jlullineaux, of the Inland Cliristian Advocate, Des Moines, Iowa, on learning that her special playmate, a child of hqr own age had taken the whooping cough, took a bottle of medicine, which hud cured her of a troublesome cough, and went over and said: "You must take this medicine; it will do you good. Mr. Mullincaux was curious as to the result ond on making inquiry learned that the little neighbor, who had been unable to rest at night, had been greatly relieved in that respect. The paroxysms were neither so frequent, severeor enduring. The cough, under the genial action of thisftdiuirablc remedy, was loosened. The medicine liquefies the mucus and enables the sufferer to throw it off. The attack in the beginning gave every evidence of being a severe attack of whooping cough. Indeed it was a genuine ease: but this preparation, while perhaps it may not be a positive cure for the disease, is undoubtedly able to alleviate it. If it docs not cure it, it will givo unquestioned relief. \.The medicine referred to is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale, by C. B WINST.OW , Druggist Ift S. Main St. Stamped out— blood -polfiana of ovcry name and nature, by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It's » medicine that starts from tho beginning. It rouses ©very organ into healthy action) purlflee and enriches the blood, and through it cleanaes and renews tho whole system. All Blood, Bkln, and Scalp Diseases, from a common blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofula, are cured by. it. For Tetter, Salt- rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils, Carbun- clos, Soro Eyes, Goitre or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Olands, Tumors, and Swellings, it's an'uncqualod remedy. Don't think it's like tho sarsoporlllas. They claim to lxi good for tho blood in March, April, and May. " Golden Medical Discovery " works equally well at all seasons. And It not only claim* to do good—It (/uur- anlecs it. If it dosen't benefit or cure, in every case, you have ybur money back. You pay only for the good yon get. Can von nsk morel _ CURE Btek Headache and teliove all tho SnraWni focf* Aest to a fclUoua Btata ot tho system, such as Dltzinon, Nausea, Dro^rslneai. Blfltraw Biter eating. Fain In tho Side, Ac. While their snoefi leuttkabLe cucceea ha* boon, atiowa la (HZlSQ SICK Bead&ehtt. jot Carter's Littlo LI TO Pffla at* equally valuablo in Couatipation. inrtug and pre* Tenting thlaanDoyhiKCOiaplalnt, while the? also correefall disorders orthr.a tomacIi.aUmulatij tho liver and regulMo tho bowels. Zreail UktjooiJ ' HEAD Acbathoy woaIdboalmoatpricelGtstotho *6wIi(| •offer fromlMs distressing complaint; butforta- nately thelrgoodneaa does not end here^nd thoso whooncetry them will find Uxoaa HtUopllla valuable tnao many wnys that they will not bo wll- liotftodowJihoutihoia. Bakafterallfdckliaaij ACHE IM tbe bane of to many Uvea that hero In ttherft weraake our great boost. OurpuUcureltwhila others do not. Carter'a LltUo Liver Pills tiro very small and very easy to tako. One or two plug makoa doso. Thejr are gtriolly vegetable and do not grlpo or pnrgo, but by tiiolr gen tlo action plftaso all who uaothem. XnTfotaivt2!ScentQ; tlveforSl* Bold by drogglata everjwhoro, or sent by mail. CARTER MEDIC. HE CO., New York; SMALL PILL. SMAI.I. IMF. SMALL PRICE ENEMIES IN THE AIR. Eacli Dust-Conn. May be Inhabited by ft Mighty Host. If our eyes were microscopes, what a world of wonders, and even of terrors, the atmosphere would appear to bel Even ah- that is apparently pure contains a great number of microscopic floating particles. There is dust that has risen from the ground, and been transplanted from afar by the winds; there is powderly matter that has been ejected from the interior of the earth by volcanoes; there are minute particles of metcoritic matter that come fWating down out of interstellar spuce, and there is a great variety of living germs aud organisms, some of which produce diseases aud death. Tlie investigations that are going on concerning the origin of the influenza now afflicting mankind in various quarters of the globe have led some men of science' to conclude that a micro-organ- inns, or bacillus, of some kind, which lives and is diffused through the air, is tho cause of this most troublesome disease. But even a bacillus, so small that the utmost powers of the microscope, arp taxed to render it visible, must have something to live on or it will perish. In absolutely pure air it could not survive, \>ut Dr. Symes Thompson maltes the interesting suggestion that minute particles of organic dust floating In the air niuy serve as rafts for it to live on. What a strange' picture this suggestion forms in the imagination! Purticles of matter, too small to be discerned with tho naked eye, floating through the atmosphere, and bearing, like a microscopic lluct, uncountable millions of organisms, whose combined attack •offices to render a large fraction of the human rucc miserable. But knowledge is power, and the more we learn about our microscopic enemies in tho air the better prepared we are to resist their assaults.—Youth's Companion. IT DID NdT WORK, Votui-y of the Vbe Had l-;x|kerleiii't! uf » ' Vlunu. She was of uncertain age and thin aud she could not get her piano "p th" HERE IS A GOOD THING FOR YOU. A Man, or „ ™, of Intelligence and quick*wltted enough lo kno\va"tiood Thing' at sight, but who ban lost tbe most precious possession on earth, viz. Good Hearth, will not require a second telling to be induced to become,a pur- chaflerof 1 Br, Gregg's Electric Belts and Appliances. Do you know why? BccauHe it is plain to be seen that the truth once told is enough. The surprising qroraptnens with which all classes of people respond to our announcements, and the rapidly increasing demand for Dr. Gregg's goods wherever introduced, conclusively prove that true modesty Is always recognised and tltc quality of merit takes care of itself. Metaphorically our statement is the Button—the Public Press it, and DR, GREGG'S ELECTRIC SPECIALTIES "00 THE BEST. 1 The extent of pressure on the button and tbe success of Dr. Gregg's Electric Goods in "Doing the Rest," Is most satisfactoril shown in the marvelous growth of our bus! nesB tbe past GO days. Repeated and increasing demands for THE GHEGG ELECTRIC "FOOT "WARMER" are coming In from all parts of the country with profuse acknowledgements that so much comfort for $1.00 (the price) was like buying gold dollars for ten cents. The delicate organism of woman subjects her to many peculiar ailments and unfortunate misery. The extreme sensitiveness of her nervous system very frequently re quires artitlcial stimulus. The Gregg Electric licit and other Appliances supply this, as nothing else can. The rugged constitution of man. when once broken, becomes pitiable in the ex* treme, from which there is absolutely no es- caqe without assistance. The Gregg Electric Belts and Appliances, in cases of this kind, have honestly won their title of King of Hemedies. Rheumatism is conquered, sufferers from Obesity are sneedilv relieved, Dropsy quickly vJefds,-Spinal difficulties and Paralysis disappear, and many other diseases of men and women are permanently cured, fully described in complete catalogue for Oc, or elaborate circular free. We guarantee to " yorr " THREE CENT COLUMN, Advertisements Inserted in this department will be cnargcu for at the rate of one- halt cent per -word-, they must be inserted for a definite number of times and paid for wlien insertion commences. This rule will be strictly observed in all cases. w WANTED. ANTED—Day boardera, at No. 4 South Main street. U W ANTED~Glr) for general housework, Mrs. B. W. I^add, Ml First avenue east. tf W ANTED—A girl to do general work. Calfat No. \\f Plr»t west. W ANTED—Good hotel cook lladyl dress Hotel Morris. Uttle Rivcr.Kan- A<1- W ANTED—Boot and shoe repairing by D. W. Carpthcrs In P Martin &. Go's. Attention, Ladies. If you want neatMorninjr Wrappjfc, Stylish Tailor Made Gowns or HtlSfl Dress, Handsome Tea Oowns. Elegant. Kvening Costumes, call on Miss E. A. CHURCH, 32134 North Main. College Building, Room No. 5. French, English and American fashion plates to choose, from. All work warranted to givo entire satisfactioM both as to fit alid finish. I most respectfully solicit the patronage of all who need my services. shoe department. W ANTED—Good elrl for general IIOUHC- work In sinalffainlly. C. B. Wllllcy, 017 Avenue A. east. W ANTED—Services of some energetic men, steady work and good fay. A. h. Hall, N. Main. W ANTED —Purchasers for the Premier type writer. The best ma chine In use. Hutton. agent. Smithin: tf EABTWAOn. No. 22, Mall and Express No. M, Night Express.. : *??0. 04, Freight Accommnfl 'aVlon' *2fn No, 2a, MaU »nd Express "fo. 21, Night Express No. 03, Freight Accommodation, "HTANTKD—To sell twenty live pairs of $5 VV pants In the nest ten, days. E. O. IUchuioml & Co., No. 7 Sherman Btreet east. tf I W ANTED—To buy a soda fountain, appa ratus havliiK wall case with mirror Apply Immediately by telephone to tele phone No. 214. Wichita. Kan. • 2t No. 91 runs to Pratt only. No. "3 runs through to J)odge City ana lji ocrai. *No. 0-t dalty except Sunday. •No. 03 dally except Sunday. S HOE SALESMEN wanted to carry rubbers as a side line on commission. OnJya few samples necessary, kinson. President, Colchester, Conn Address, Geo, Wat- Ot EASTWARD. Local Freight (dally) leaves.... St. Louis Mall (dally) leaves W. &C. Acc. (dally) mixed leaves. ANTED—A good driving mare, to be " ' en single, must be perfectly ecn- L" for a woman nr child to drive. Applv at72H cast Sherman or at Hutchinson Packing House. A line Album for SI aome colored plush, full quarto size, elegant Interior, a rich gift for a for friend, or in elegant ornament for your own parlor. If you want one of these albums, send me 81 at once, as the supuly Is limited. Six for 85. Address H. F. STEWART, 48 W. Eleventh St. Philadelphia, Pa. WESTWARD. Local Freight (dally) leaves.... VV.&C. Acc. (dallylmixed arrives Denver Express (dally) leaves... BARGAIN! Photograph "" Hand- E VERY one In need of Information nn the subject of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of -'Book for Advertisers," 30H pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postage patit, on receipt of price. Contains a careful compilation from tlie American Newspaper Directory of all tho best papers and class journals; gives the circulation rating of every one, aud a good deal of information about rates and other matters pertaining to the business of advertising. Address Rowell's Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St.. New York, tf E rtOR SALE! east. FOR 8 A I.E. Mare, heavviii foal. 105 Sixth 51 HlB SALE OK TltAI>K, rito TRADE—100 acres of good land, clear. X for city properly, clear or lightly encumbered, tf IJ. V. CAIN. forfeit twice the price of any Goods found to be not genuine. We ma Dr. Gregg's an elegant little $.'1.00 Electric Belt, which is selling very rapidly and which we will take In exchange for anvhiphur power belt (except S5 Belt) and credit S-'l on the price ol new order. Remember the Electric "Foot Warmers" arc Jl a pair, worth 510, Address T he G rkgg E lectkio C uke C o. , 501 Inter-Ocean Building. Chicago, lit, and mention this paper, cri FOR KENT. F OR RENT—Furnished and unfurnished rooms in the Woodard block. IBS PHYSICIANS. g H. SIDLINGER, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Sldllnger's drug store, telephone, 10; residence, 00. Be Beautiful! BEAUTIFY AND DEVELOP THE FORM, Ottr Complexion lllcachPerforata Miracle* WTtnkVcHcanboivbso^uVtlyTiiitioveiSj al&o BUPCT- fluoua balr, freckles, ftcno, oczermi, ptmpies, largo poros, moles, moth patches and black hcadB.we are tho only BpoctuljBt that? successfully develops and btiautluea ibo puny Wmhn and bust into well-rounded and lieuUhy ones upon (scientific principles, PRICE LIST. Complexion Bleach J per bottlo RJOO - )ur 3 bottles 15.00 Pant*, to remove nuporfluouH hair (2.f" WHY IS THE _ W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENtt&flEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It UaMftmlM&nUoe, v?ith no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet, mode of tho boat fluo calf, stylish and easy, and because tee make more thoea of thU grade than any other manufacturer. It equuli band* Wwed shots costing from to $5.00. (BR OOUeituiiie Hand -Hewed* tho finest call 99a shoo ever offered for $5,001 equals French Imported Bhocs which coat from #84)0to #12.00. it A. I>f> llnnri-ttfiwed Well Bfaoc. Dno calf %P m Vm Btyllsh, comfortable and durable. Tho bcBt shoo over offered tit tills prlcu ; same grade as ou» lom-iuade shoes costing from ta.(X> to fa.00. tt<» 30 Police Mho©| Farmers, Kallroad Men 9wi ,ond LetterCarrlcrsalL wear them, nnocnlf, •eamloBS, smooth Inside, heavy throe solas, extension edge. One pair will wear a year. 4&A 50 flue cnlfi no bettor shoe ever offered M &4mm thfi price; one trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. ^ t *n £3 and 8'J.OO Workinsman's shoei jPafia aro very strong and durable. Thoso who Dave given them a trial will wear no other mako, DAVA' tVJ.OO a&d 91.73 school ahnes are DOIB wurabythaboyaoverywheret they sell on their merits, as tbe increasing sales show. I <a#lta >«2 #3.00 Jlnud.newed shoo, best eVCsU ICO l)ongoIa, very styllsht eciuala Frencb. Iniporttfl shoes costlnrf rom $4 .00 to WJW. . ladles' -H.SO. W1.00 and fi.75 ahoo for lUsses are tbe heitflnelKingoia. Stylish and durable. CJautloD .—See that W. L. Douglas' name and price are stamped on Ihe bottom ot eaob aboo. ITTAKEKO SUBSTITUTE.^! Insist on local advertised dealers supplying you, W. lit DO CO I. AH, Brockton, Maaa. aoUb» YOUNG- BROS. Dp llOURQ Crown Exqi „ Famous Toilet Mask 5.00 qulslte Face l'owdcr,. Medicine wltn full lnHtractionsto beautify and develop the form COO Goods securely packed and transmitted by express on receipt ot remittance, pr if desired, cun forwurd <XO, & MM. ADA P. EVANS, Complexion Specialist, W0 8. State street. ctnoAoo, lu* The mwrnm mm uure. ^S d "APHROD!TiNE , ^?« Is BOLD on i POSITIVE GUARANTEE tocuroanylorm of nervous dta- oaso or any disorder ot tbogen. tratlvc orguin of .either BOX,' whether arlcilnK from tho oxoea- dlroasoof Stimulants. Tobacco or Oplom, or through youthful Indiscretion, oyer lndul PROFESSIONAL CARDS, J ^RS. STEWART, 327 North Main. DR. J. E. STEWART, I DR. R. A. STEWART Practice limited toJ Eye, Ear, Throat Surgery and Dls-y and Nose. Glasses eases ol Women. properly adjusted, J. W. MAGTJIKE, M. D., Treats Eye, Ear, NQHB mid Throat Diseases ^ Carefully. Office, No. 110 North Main. Residence, 608 •tfortn Main. J G. MALCOLM, Vhyalclun ami Burgeon (Horaoepathic) Otttcc 112 1st avenue east. ATTOKNEY8. JNO. W. KOBKRTsT Rooms: Attorney ut Law. , :i and 4, Mo. :i South Main. "f ESL1E & CRAWFORD. •J_J Attorney* atLiliv, Successors to&wlgart & Crawford. Penney Building, oppoditcCourt House. RAILROAD TIMETABLES. Ho.k Ialnnd. nKPAKTS. 8:fi0 a. m u:Bu p. m. lljir. p. m. DHPABTH. 0.20 a. m. 0: nr» p. ra, U:00 p. rn. Mlaaourt I'nolllc. 8:00 a. m\ »:»0 a. ml D:4r> a. l):4fi a 7:2" p, m' Cam run through to St. Louis without lange / Chair Cars to Denver free of charct' Is the short line to all points west. p . J- LEIMBACH, AgcntSI H. C. TOWNSEND, Gen. Pas. Agent. i HutcliluHou & Southern. •No. 2, Mall amVExprcsB.., tNo, CI, Freight and Acc'n., •No. 1, Mall and Express.,.. tNo. 5, Freight and Ac'c'n... ARRIVES. H::!0 p. ml ll:D0a, m! DEPARTS 8:00 a. m. -.'16 p. m. •Daily. tDaily except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutchinson and Kingman with diverging lines. Atchison, Topeka £ Snuta Fo. In effect on and after November 18,1891. WE8THOUND. Trains. Leave Kansas City. Arrive Hutchinson. Leave Hutch lnson. Denver & UtahV.Ex Calif or n I a &Mex. lim. Colorado night Ex.. Freights... Freight. ... 5 :i :ni 4!i 10:45 a.m. lOifrt a.m. 0:20 p.m. •1:30 p.m. 0:40p.m. 8:lS>p.m. 7:4."ia.m, :lM:ip.m. 0:40p.m. 0:40p.m. 8:20p.m. 8:05a.in, 7:0!ip.m. EASTDODNIJ. Trains. Arrive Leave Arrive Trains. 0 Hutch Hutch Kansas inson. inson. City. New York Limited Ex. 4 7:u0a m 8.10 am 4:40ipm Chicago Ves« Uhule Ex'ss Cannon nail 0 10:H2am 10::i:iam 0:05 p m Missouri river night Ex. 8 H:]j3 p m 8:.'!."> p m 7:00 a m Freights 30 i .00 p m 1:20 p m 44 8::). r ) a m 0::io a m Chicago, Kansas & Western Itallroad. Uutclilnson Extension. San Franc'coI & Texas Ex. Acco'md'Uon New York; Limited &x, Accom'tVtlon Leave Hutch- innon. R:20pm 8:20 a ni 1 Leave Kinsley ,4:B7 a m Arrive Hutcli- SOII. 7:50 a m 7-.ri0 pa Arrive Kinsley Armve Kansas City. 4:40 p m No. 3 carries through Pullman and touriti sleeping cars to San Diego. Los Angeles, Sal Francisco and City of Mexico. " th> _' and Denver, making connections at P^uehTa No. 5 carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Pueblo, Coloradao Spring and Colorado Springs with through sleepers for San Francisco and Portland, via. Salt Lake, No. 7 carries through Pullman sleeper to Dodge City and through coaches to Puebl. and Denver. No. 4 carries through Pullman aud tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St. Louts, No. 6 carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers and chalz cars to Kaunas City and St. Joseph, Mo, GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan. J. W. TBDFORD, Agent Santa Fe Route. Hutchinson. •ptDWARP A. HARH1MAN, Attorney at Law. Office In HutchlnsonNational Dank building •^jyM. WHITELAW, Attorney at Lair, bfflce over First National Bank. Entrance on Sherman street. •^•HITESIDE & GLEASON Attorneys at Law, Office, 1, 2, 3, 4, over No. 24 South Main St. FJIAYLOR & TAYLOR. Attorneys at Law, Offlce, upstairs, Masonic Temple. M' ODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA A Witll-Kuowii ^|uu. "I want to publish tlu-Ki! poems in book form," said n seody-lookinif man to a New York publisher. I'nWisher—I 'll look ovur them, but I vuu not promiso to bring them out unless; you huvo u well-Unowa liumu. Poet—Tlmt'a nil right. My u»Jno is known wherever thu KngliMh luugtiuge in spoken. "All, imleedl What is your umno?" "John Smith."—Texas Sitting*. J. II, UulluwcU, 24 yi'iivH ot nge, enshler t>f it West Superior, Wis., bunk, who, with tho president, disappeared lust Wednesday with *sr>,000 ot the bank's euan.. wis captured in Philadelphia' YuHlerdav. Do you A Root Drink w Beer? •OLD AND ENJOYED EVERYWHERE! genco, Aa, exxtih as l *8i of Brain Power, Wakefulnosa, Bearing down Pains in tho back, Bemlnal WeaknesH. HyBtcria, Nervous Pros- trattonfKoaturnal GmlButona.triiacortLioea.DiE- Ktnefla. Weak Memory Loea of Power and 1m- potenoy, wliioh if noglcutou often lend to premature old nffo and insaulty. Price $1.00 a box 0 boxes for t&W* Bout by mall on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE fa g-frenror every ts.ooordor received, to refund tbe money If u reriu»iient oure la not offected. We have thousands of teatlmonlala from old and young ot both aexos, vbo bava been povraaufcnUy oared by tbe nseof Apbrodltlno. Circulars Creo. Mention paper. Address THt APHRO MEDICINE CO. 6T Washington St* OHIOAao, UJh For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. 0ZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS 8nr«, Prompt, Po«ltlT» Curt for ImpottiKt, Ion of Manhood, Simlnai Emlttlont, SptntatBrrhtii, Hnaawnm, 8tlfDlttrutt, ton of H§moru, *o. Will mailt you a 8TR0Na. Vlaor- out if OK. Prln II .06, 8 Bon»t f 5-00. 8otiM0lrtcthnt Utllt* ulttt tact to*. AMrm IllUiiUivluUmHt U., aw »LuoA»A«i. _ CT. LOUIS. • MO. Meet in the hull ot McClurg's store, at No. 20 South Main street, every Monday evening-. Vlsieing neighbors always welcome. W. R. MAHSHALI., Clerk. A. M. HUTCHINSON, V. C. KENDRICK & BURK, have just received a HBST-CLftSS WDBK. EVERYTH1HG GUARANTEED, Hutchinson, Kansas 200 North Main, Midland Block. "LUCK 16 PLUCK" If you havi' run a muck at"*" 1 ", some Dla- courarlng I>l«oi»sa which m" *>»'« want vow 'amity Aim to know about, remembar that - — —— expluliiB our Kicluaiv*• ana Hucceanlul Melh- ous lor Horn* !IVca^» ' ... 'i"iBjLplalnaout Kxcluilvft I OUR NEW I00K i ^^jir mini,- TesUmunl»l»: Hook mallwl J.awli. s , "PLUCK WINS LUCKI" MUSIC LESSON. I will receive pupils in music at my residence, 405 east Sherman. Vocal music taught in classes or private lessons, M rs. A. W. I nnes. OUSON & WATSON. One l'rice To All Grocery and Confectionery. (SUCCESSOR TO WM. MORRISu Corner of Main and Fourth. The plaee to buy your beet, fJork, ycal and all kinds of sausage, oysters, fish and game. John Hartman, eutter. Telephone Vi. MIDLAND HOTEL. Most centrally located hotel in the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Patronage of traveling men sollete Rates, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 a Day. 315 North Main. S U IITTI r 0 Pfl Eatubllihwl 1873. . Hi. IIU It * l»U.| 188 8. WATtR ST.. COMMI88jON N MERCHANT« BROOM CORtW jf«M * I**)** 0r,l » reauKktlat*ttiWitv HDTSIUP, Wamr k Ur«c«Nt ** tf. A, AlUn *(•)., WMII, "
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