The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 26, 1892 · Page 3
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1892. •frjree little kittens, soiled fljeir iJilrlerjs, Afid didqt kijov/ WtpX to do; -fill Wise old friend C Jb'id recofjjnjer^d LAIRETTE SOAP ONECENT POSTAGE Sotrue. jh^u §OAP *| "W ^^cse little kifterp, washed %ir mittens ^ihisSOAPof^ber fa Quick!/ vii\isl]ed e&cfy st&iq, Jre as bricfyl- arjd soft as riev/ CLM RETTE SOAP-MADE ONLY BY N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. ST.LCOIS. ROCK fcift \ ALT Y Ail /iff Hutchinson, Kansas, The only manufacturers of i t West of New York. Strenuous Effort Made to Reduce From Two Cents. A CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTED. G-tiaranteed not to Harden in any Climate. OTTIR. BPL-A-lsraS: WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT, K ~ We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to eitheri the 'Ashton or Higgins Imported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agree with U6. R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask your grocer for it It will suit you, mi**** UMCQUAINUD WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY WILL 08TAIS UUOH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE CMcap, Rod Islaml & Pacific Ry., Th« Direct flouts to and from CBIOAOO, ROCK ISLAND, DAVENPORT, DBS MOINES. COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA, UNCOLN, •WATEBTOWN, SIOUX FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH. ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPEKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPBINQS, •ad PUEBLO. Free Beclining Chair Can to and from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGE CITY, and Palace Sleeping Can betwaen CHICAGO, -WICHITA and HUTCHINSON, SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS _.Hpere, Free Reclining- i. I Can dally betneen CHICAQp, DES of Tbrough Coacbn, sleepers, Free Reclining- Chair .-v.. • . between CHICAGO, DES NCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA and LIN- - jugh Can and Dlnini MOINES, COU- _ COLN, and .Mnai. CtflOMH). and DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS End PUEBLO viaSt Jowpb, or Kansas City and ToMkn. Excursion! dally, with Cbolc« of Routes to ana ftom Salt Lake, Portland, Loa Angela and Ban Francisco. The Direct Line to and from Pike's Peak, Manltou, Garden of the Gods, tu« SaDlturlunu, and Sctmic Grandeurs of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Express Trains dally between Chicago and Minneapolis nnd St. Paul, Kith THROUGH Beclining Chair Cars FREE, to and from those potnta and Kana# City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper between Kuril, Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls via Rock Island. , Ei Favorite Line to Watertowri, Btoux Falls, the I tVSramer Resorts and HunUng and Fishing Oraundl of '.*••?» Northwest. Tor Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired infbrmauou . apply to any Coupon Ticket Office, or address (. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN, Owl Manager, Gtn'i Tkt 4 Pass. AgU CHioaao. IXL. CURE 'YOURSE^FT TGleet, Whites.Sfiermatorrhcea» forauy uunutuiu. discharge***™ /your dri)fu:l=t '..r a bottle of I Dip O. It cures lu H few days I doctor. Nou -jKjiBonous and 1 Ftinnitite*! not to stricture. \The Universal American ftyv. Manufactured by w The tans Chemical Co .l CINCINNATI, O. U .S .A. Remedies anil Treatment for the Core of / Call on or address the W - Kaeley Institute of Indian Territory, OKLAHOMA CITY, 0, T: KIRKS DUSKY Healthful, , Agreeable, Cleansing, Cures Chapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Bto. Removes and Prevents Ban draff. WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. Specially ^'apted for Use in Hard Wate* CHILD BIRTH • • • • • V MADE EASY! " M OTHERS ' F RIEND " 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 for it AND MORE. U Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " M OTHERS "mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price |1.60 per bottlt BfUDFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga.. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Report of PoHttnnflter-GeherAl Wnrutinattet aa to the Effect tlin Itetltictlon of th« Fotrtnl Ki.tc \JI1I Hare on tho OoV- numt Uev«n tie—Lower Kat* Would Not Incr*4a*« H tuition* Sufficiently. W ASHINGTON, April 20.™A strenuoui effort is being made by persons interested in tho passage of the bill recently introduced in the house by Representative Post, of Illinois, to reduce lettei postage from 2c to lc an ounce. A circular has been distributed broadcast and has been received by nearly every member of the present congress, stating that 104 members have promised to vote for the bill, and urging non-committed members to support it. The circular has been sent to the people in all doubtful congressional districts, asking that that their representatives be instmeted to vote for the measure. I E response to requests from the house committee on postoifice and post roadi as to the effect of one cent postage. Postmaster General Wumumiker hae answered that the estimated revenue from domestic mail matter of the first class chargeable with postage at th« rate of two cents for each ounce or fraction thereof, mailed during the yeai ended .June 30, 1300, was $38,068,197, which amount was equal to 02.5 per cent, of the total revenue of the department. There has since been no change in the rates of postage or conditions affecting the revenue, and it may be assumed, he believes, that the proportions of the dif ferent classes of matter, shown will apply at the present time. The total estimated revenue of the department for the current year has been $72,777,150, of winch amount $45 ,485 ,719 has been received from first-class matter. The reduction of the rate from two cents to one cent would, in the opinion of the postmaster general, be followed by corresponding loss of $22,742,850. Mr. Wanamaker thinks that while it may reasonably 1MS expected that the stimulus of lower rates would result in something more than a normal growth ol the business, it is not probable that the revenue derived from the extra business would, at the present time, compensate for the loss incurred through a reduction of rate. The postmaster general 'is in favor of a reduction of letter postage at the proper time, but he does,not believe it has yet arrived, and. he will consequently oppose any contemplated change on the ground that it is impracticable. THK I'BISONKKS SAFE. The Wyoming Prisoners All Landed Safely at Fort KuHfiHl. C HKYKNNK, Wyo., April 20.—Maj. Egbert, in command of the Seventh infantry troops, which relieved the Sixth cavalry from Fort Mo Kinney as guards of the captured stockmen, designated 7 o'clock yesterday morning us the hour for the party to start from Fort Fetterman. The governor expressly stated that the train should mave only during daylight. All the men slept in the cars Saturday night The special was preceded by a pilot engine and caboose, the latter filled with a construction crew and tools to repair any possible damage which might be done to the tracks. Two men with field glasses were stationed in the lookout of the caboose to carefully scrutinize the road for breaks. Their position was maintained until Bordeaux was reached, when all chance of danger was believed to bo passed and the lookout was suspended. It was just 3:45 o'clock in the afternoon when the train slowly pulled into the Fort Russell depot. A crowd of several hundred people was waiting to receive them. "This is the toughest part of the trip,'* remarked one stock man. * * I would rather face the rustlers than the crowd outside." f Two long lines of soldiers were drawn up. One was stationed along the length of the train, the other some short distance toward the fort, thus keeping an unoccupied space between them. Maj. Egbert here received orders to hold the men in charge until further orders. Wnlteau 'H Attorney l )e»d. B ALTIMOUB, Md., April 20.—Charles H. Reed, of counsel for (xuiteau, the assassin of Presiden Garfield, is dead In this city, aged 58. Mr. Reed had made his residence in this city ior the last four or five years. During the trial of Guiteau several young ladies of Baltimore were in the habit of visiting the court roytn and one of them, Miss Fanny Daniels-, daughter of a wealthy brewer of tins city, made the acquaintance of Mr. Reed and marriage followed in a short time after the trial. the first nsUtoiivU silver convention. November, 1889, at St Louis, believing that ihc exigency has i.r.srn which euUs for earnest <loUh«n»tion and united action on the part of bimetallism throughout the United States, hereby calls a convent Ion, to be known as Iho second national silver convention, to be held at Washington on Mny ~\\ anil '.27, one of the objects belnK to organize a national metallic association or league for the better promotion of the rame of Tree bimetallic coinage. This action is Impelled by the manlfcHt determination on the part of the gold combination to suppress the silver issue for at It'ftst another decade, and it possible by transmitting existing debts, into gold obligations and otherwise to fasten forever tho single gold suundtud upon the people and thuB to perpetuate the subtle system of robbery that has been carried on for twenty years by means of a money standard that is constantly increasing in value. His understanding muBt be defective who does not know that the demonetization of silver Increased the raonoy standard ot tho United States and of the world, ami his conscience must be soared when he would attempt to Justify It. Hut this increase still goes on, nnd will •goon as gold grows scarce and dear, until the bimetallic Htandanl established 100 yours ago by Washington. Hamilton and Jefferson is relieved or the strain or being the only money of final redemption for other forms of money and credit. An tlie money standard is rained prices fall And ihc debts are increased. . The one is the count(.'i-part of the other, and the whole is the work of U-Kislation. The will of man could not devise a scheme bettor calculated to enrich one class at the ox- pense of another than by tho device of an Increasing money standard and under the operation of this device, since ( 18*1., hundreds of millions of dollars annually 'of the wealth created by one class havo been stealthily appropriated by another. For twenty years^this has boon going on and yot a mugresH pledged to tho people to remedy the wrong hesitates and pauses as if hypnotised by tin- wand of gold. The m-ople want no 70 cent dollars neither will they forever tolcrato under the hypocritical pretense of "honest money'.'a dollar that has thrown to bo a ISO cent dollar and I H still growing at an augmented rate. Th»'t*e may he those who are tired of the silver questimi, hut, the consequences ot gold mono motaUi.im are too threatening to^permlt tho cause nf silver to be smothered and to abandon It Is tnidvi? over to ultimate slavery the toilers of the land. 'Ni>. the silver question will not down. It Is a quest inn paramount to all others. Although it is nevt -^sarily a political question in the sense that, tho remedy must be a political action, the question of rehituetallic coinage Is not a partisan question nnd tho convention is not called tor any partisan purpose, but to urge on all parties the Justice of a question so vital to the public welfare. Thu call \A extended to all who earnestly favor the immediate restoration of free bi- motallu' coinage in the United States and each congressional district is requested to send two additinual delegates at large. Farmurs' Alliance organ!/.at Ions, state granps, Patrons of Husbandry, Knights of Labor and all other industrial organizations favorable to the fre« coinago of silver aro also invltrd to send one delegate for each local organization A cordial invitation is also extended to all citizens who by pen or otherwise have been ad* vocatis of bimetallism. Members of congress and uf the legislatures of tho several states who favor tho restoration of tho bimotallio standard and tho coinage of silver on tho same term.s as gold are especially invitod to attend and participate in the. proceedings of the convention. By order of the national stlvor committee. A. J. W AUNGR , Chairman. L- KB CitANDALh, Secretary. Washington, April 23, 1893.*. Maid for easy Housework Pearline. .'/ijc/c' lo !iav« work aivl wear in all kinds of washing and cleaniny. J/irrfc into a powder for your convenience. Made as cheap as pure soap for economy. Made harmless for all purposes for which soap is usea. What a friend —a friend who did half your washing and cleaning and made the other half so easy that yo \i did not get too tired to en- joythetimesaved; besides made things last longer look better. That's just what Pearline will do for you if you'll let it. On the back of each package you'll find how it will best befriend you. Every gro- of your sooner or friends use later—the it—ask cer keeps Pearline, and many them the about better it. for You'll use it both of us. Beware tiling in place nf Pearline, An the honest thing— semf it hull sooner Tcthllers tuu! some unscrupulous ^rocevs -will tell you '* this>« as goml as" or "the same as l'enrline." IT'S FALSE—, Peiulineis nes'cr ueiUUeit, ami if vour urocer semis yon some- iSo JAMES rY !.U, Now York. Saturday's IlaacbaU NATIONAL LEAOUE. Ki'w York—New York, 8; Wiishing- tou. 1. Second game, Now York, 4; Wii^luugUm, 5. Huston—Itoston, 7; Baltimore, I). Second same, Boston. 19; Baltimore, 0. Pittsburgh—Pittsburfli, 4; St. Louis, 8. Second g"ume, Pittsburgh, 15; St. Louis :i. Brooklyn—Brooklyn,1'J; Philadelphia, 0. Sicoiid frame, Brooklyn, '3; Philadelphia. Cle 0. 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 —11 vo roads, AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Best distributing point In tho west. All parties wanting' stoekers and feeders should try thi» market. Information furnished upon Application. • BENJ. W. LAPP, General Manager. COMPANY. MANHOOD RESTORED. 8ANATIVO," the Wonderful Spanish Remedy, is sold with a Written Guarantee to euro ail NetTous Uts- auch as Weak Loss of firala. .... UoadautLe, WakufulncsSfLoritHsn. hood," Lyases, SUC ITower, ... Nervousness, Lassitude, all draiua and toss of power of tho Generative Orajana In either sex, caused by Before aV After U»e.| Photographed from life. awSHHMMI^MMaaW. CUUCt «*, wu<~~ uj OTer -eaertlon, youthful Indiscretions, or the excessive oaeortobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity- Put up In convenient form to carry In the vest pocket. Price •I a packate, or 6 for M. With every |6 order we live a written Kuerantee to cure, or refund the C oney. Tint by mall to any address. Circular free plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, - MABfUD CHEMtCM. CO.. Branch, °°« V. »• A. Its Dearborn street, CHIUAQO, ILL, FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS BY A. I. Beumhardt, Drugfiat, en* 4oor notuiof Saata Fa Hotel 8. II. II. Clurk to Itetlrv I 'rom the V. V O MAHA, Neb., April 2(3.—Advices received in this city leave no doubt that S. H. II. Clark has been offered and has declined the presidency of the Union l'ltuiUc, and will retire from the road this week, devoting himself wholly to the Missouri Facifio and its controlled roads. Ed Dickinson, who is now at Fort Worth on a tour of inspection, will be general manager and the officials whom Adams displaced and Clark reinstated will remain undisturbed in their positions. N'otaulf* to Go to St'.w York. W ASHINGTON, April 'JO.—The president, Secretary Foster, Ki 'eretiiry -Busk, Postmaster (leneral Wanumuker and Private Secretary flulford will leave Washington to-morrow afternoon in a special train for New York to attend the loyiiif,' of the corner stone of the Gi'ant monument. Seerutar and Mrs. Klkins will start to-morrow morning and will dine with Mrs. Oriuit in the evening. A SlI.VKIt CONVKNTJOM, Cell For u National Meeting of the Friends or Sliver at WashliiKtuu May ao-'il. W AWIWOTON , April 28.—The nation*! stiver committee lias issued the follow injrcall: Tlie national aUvoroommlttee, aDpolatod bw eland—Cleveland, 1-t; Cincinnati, 9. Chicago—Chicago, 0; Louisville. WI-.SI'KItN I.EAOUK. Kansas City—Kansas City, 8; Columbus, 1. Minneapolis—Minneapolis, 3; Milwaukee, (V St. Paul—St. Paul, S; Indianapolis, 3. Omalia—Omaha, 5; Toledo, S. Similar'** Ilttseball. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Cincinnati—Cincinnati, 10; St. Louis,S. WKSTEItS ASSOCIATION. Kansas City—Kansas City, 3; Columbus, II. St. Paul—St. Paul, 5; Indianapolis, 8. Minneapolis—Minneapolis,6; Milwaukee, !l. Over 150 C OIVM and Uoraca Hunted. N KW YoiiK, April 20.—fire started in one of the outbuildinfrs of the Cheshire Improvement establishment in Park, ville. I J. I., early this morning and spread rapidly to three bigbarns, in which vscro stabled MO or more head of cattle and horses. The barns burned like tinder, and the engine which arrived, played upon them with little or no effect. Overstreet Stretch of the company and a lot of the employes worked hard to save the cows and horses, but despite their .efforts it is reckoned that 150 or more perished. The total loss is |75, 100; insured; PmKffiMl Uiittar the Wheels. K\NSAS C ITY, Mo., April 20.-.-Thomas Carney, a switchman, was run over in the Missouri Pacific yards in the west bottoms about midnight last night and fearfully mangled. He was taken to his boarding house nt tho corner of St Loui-i avenue and Mulberry street and died about half an hour later. Carney was in the east end of tho yards and attempted to step on the footboard of engine as it was passing him. He missed the hoard and was drugged under the wheels. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Iron Safes and all kinds of the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods Especially "prepared machinery, being tho only one in the city to siove having W Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of tho city at reasonable rates. Years of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household Goods without the least injury. If you wunt to move your office or household goods we can do it hotter for you than anyone elsd and save you money. Storage Department. Wo have the largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving tho city can hasre their goods packed by us, Htored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. VVe guarantee our work to be first-class In every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price It all we ask and a trial will convince you that wo are the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down-your stoves, move them and take all the nickel parts off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store them for the season for the small sum of 82.50, the season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and makes a small job for tho man who eleunB, it. We do not polish 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. Complete Accord Wltb the United States. L ONDON, April 20.—The house of commons resumed its session to-day upon the expiration of the adjournment for the Kuster holidays. In reply to a question by .Mr. James Bryee, the well- kaoen author, Mr, .1. W. Lowther, parliamentary secretary of the foreign office, stilted that complete accord had j been arrived at with the United States in regard to the Behring sea modus Vivendi. A UI K xt. l.onU I'trm A HH I KU*. S I . L OI.'IS . M O., April 20.—The Martin Clothing Co., HVA Washington avenue, has made an assignment for the benefit of creditors. The assets arc stated to bo $i"s,ouo, but the liabilities are not given. shot by a Negroes. H OUSTON , . Tex., April 26 .-^-Sophie Jones shot and killed Andy Sanders with a musket. She literally blew the fop of tils head off, for which she wrus arrested and lodged la jail. Both were drinking at the time. John Donnelly. Wholesale Lipr Dealer Handles WINE BEER A WHISKEY Kansas and Pamilv a Specialty Write for catalogue. 429 Delaware Street, Kansas City, Mo.

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