The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 14, 1892 · Page 2
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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2. HUTCHINSON DAILY STEWS, SATTJBDAY, MAY 14,1892. ROVING BILL NYE. HE TALKS ON PRISON LIFE FROM A VARIED EXPERIENCE. William Writes rrom Newnrlt, O., About Glnrtnblowcrfl, Aztecs und »Jiill*—Open­ ing u .Inr of Str»wl>urry Jnm 1B Not All Jny and Knpturn. |Copyrlgl:t, !»«, by Edgar W. Njc] Newark, 0., is not as large in point of population or manufacture as Newark, N. J., but it is a very good looking city, well paved, with wide, handsome streets, a certain number of miles of which are paved onch year in t.lio most durablo atylo possible. Newark lias also a glass works. "Wo visited this institution, ft is not devoted to tho manufacture of cut glass, but mostly to the construction of tho prosaic beer bottle of tho work-a-day world. Can any littlo boy or girl who rends this tell mo how o beer bottle iB made? OPENINO THE STRAWBERRY JAM. In tho first place, different ingredients aro fused into a red hot uioltcu mass. Tho molten mass is not a religious serv- ico, though it has tho same temperature as tho doctrine winch was taught me as a child by my pastor, who wns a rigid man and loved to scare me with his wonderful and gifted pictures of hell. Quito a lot of ingredients are used in tho manufacture of glass, and 1 would lovs dearly to tell my readers all about it, but just before I left tho works 1 promised the owner of tho factory that J would not reveal tho process of making glass undor penalty of being boiled in soap at low tido and afterward used in u Chinese laundry, so 1 think it is better to simply describo tho making of bottles »s briefly as possible. At thu proper moment the glassblower inserts a long, hollow brass tube into the molten mass of salt, soda, sand, etc., which goes tomake glass, and turning it about in Ihe midst of it withdraws the tubo, on tho tar end of which is a gob of red hot glass. The blower now rolls this gob over a sort of table covered with oil or something of that sort, meantime standing at a respectable distance from it, for it is unite hot. Then when it is properly shaped ho dropB it by means of tho tube, but still attached to it, into a mold which he can open and closo by pressing a lever with his foot. Opening this mold ho lets tho rosy gob fall into its open jaws, closes it with his foot, blows gently into it through bis long tube mid then removes it at once a complete bottle with tho exception of tho rim or nozzle, which is put on tho toil of tho neck by another man. It is quite a trick to obliterate tho wain made on molded glassware, and work- mon who can do this get u little better prico for it, I am told. As the reader knows, perhaps, tho glassblowing fraternity is better equipped for controlling wages and prices than any other trade in tho world. Only so many apprentices are admitted each year, and ,tlie foreign and domestic glassblowei's have a mutual understanding so that, wages re main good, and very likely always will, and yet thero aro no strikes necessary. This factory also makes the various kinds of fruit jars used in putting up fruit. 1 bought a dozen and a half of these fruit jars, hoping this season ta put up some berries for home use and possibly sonio for tho market, also a jar of jell for tho pastor. There is a new jar, sort of itself senior, which works on tho principle of the beer bottle, with a rubber stopper and iron fastener, which by pressure with tho thumb opens or closes the top HH that when closed it is as air tight as the best old fashioned fruit jar, and oven mora BO, it is Baid. , I put up a jar of strawberries one year mysolf, according to a receipt which I reod in Tho Uallded Plowi/nu, a paper which I have taken for ye^/s. I noticed as tho glad Yulotide .ftpproachod that- tho corner of tho jar scorned to have a convox appearance, but 1 recked not. I had some difficulty in starting the lid of my fruit jar, as the pressure from thq insido was greater than I had wotted of. By and by, howover, thero was a low, hissing sound like that miido by a steam radiator that has been cornered; then I noticed a strawberry halo around the chandelier. * Once, also, 1 read a recoipt in the Hamo paper telling how to preserve eggs for winter so that they would tastu like a new warm sumiuor day in a clover haymow. 1 was to put the eggs in bran, 1 believe, either with tho largo or the small oiifl down, after varnishing th#iu with shellac or gum copal, and then set in a dark place. Where tho man who wroto tho receipt erred, I think, was in neglecting to tell llOW to properly open thu eggs for use iu winter. He should have said that they ought to be opened on a deserted fair ground by means of a rovolvor at thirty paces after obtaining a burial permit from tho city. At Newark it is the custom of thu youth to attend tho various entertainments ftt the opera house without pay- tag any admission. I spoke thero to a large and intelligent audienco. Most every ouo was spellbound and delighted beyoud measure. Tho speaker went it somo length to speak to the audieiu-t in a torse way, expressing himself i :i wonderfully beautiful language, some of which conveyed ideas. Every one was pleased and delighted. In the midst of tho speaking there wan a slight noiso heard overhead and a boy's leg was seen to suddenly burst through tho ceiling and agitate itself through the brilliantly lighted atmosphere. The incident attracted a great deal of attention and made asuccoss of tho entertainment. It was heartily enjoyed by one and all, with the exception of tho boy, who will have to got another pair of trousors, it is thought. Nowark bus one wonderful feature. It consists of an ancient fortification and numerous Indian mounds of uncertain ago. The fortification must bo many centuries old. as there are trees growing in the embankment and in the moat which aro soveral hundred years old, no doubt. Inside the fortress thero is now a race track, and tho whole is used as un inclosuro for a fair ground or agricultural exhibit each year. Some think that this fort is tho work of the Aztecs. Of course no one can tell accurately, though a great many scientific men come hero, look wiso and go away to write tho wholo thing up anil settle it for all time. I presume I have just as good a right to my theory us nny ono else, i am the author of tho Aztec theory. 1 have made a study of tin. Aztec people, and the Montezuma family is as familiar to me as own. My theory is that tho Aztecs once owned and operated tho entire country now known us'tho United States, but yielding to tho false and wicked Blandishments of free silver they at last were driven to poverty and shame, and gave up one after another the different states called doubtful till at last they wore driven to Mexico and were succeeded by Pocahontas and Columbus. The Aztecs obtained a good many good ideas from tho Tolteca, some say, before they went to Mexico, and others after. At any rate, they were well advanced in some of the arts and sciencen, though they were idolatrous and often sacrificed human beings to their gods. Here they also used very poor judgrneut. If instead of offering tip their most attractive young people, girls especially, they had used the politicians as far as thoy would go, the Aztecs would have been on deck today no doubt and the Montezuinas would have been giving pink teas ou Pennsylvania avenue. It is estimated that the Aztecs sacrificed over twenty thousand people annually to their gods, notwithstanding the fact that these gods had repeatedly shown their total inability to attend to things. History tells nowhere of a more inadequate sot of gods than those employed and paid by the Aztecs. The Aztec god was also a complete artistic failure, being excessively plain. He was also very unsuccessful socially. All that ho could do successfully was to accept the bleeding sacrifice of innocent school children, look pleasant and scare the farm horses. Tho fortress near Newark is only one of several peculiar earthworks regarding which we have no authentic history. They may have been erected by tho Aztecs, the Toltecs or the Woodteca. No man can tell. Only a f ow have tried to do so, and they did not know. Newark has the most desirable jail in tho stato of Ohio, and possibly in the United States. It is built of cut stone, iu a modem and artistic maimer, with a beautiful porch, handsome lawns around it, and in every way resembles the dwelling of a wealthy merchant instead of tho calaboose of a city. Criminals come hero for hundreds of miles to bo incarcerated. Men contemplating crime try to arrange it so that the offense may be committed in Newark and themselves also. It is certainly one of the most neat and attractive jails that 1 huvo ever seen, and I have made jail life a closo study for years. While in Franco 1 visited u fncsimilio of the old Bastile, which had been reconstructed exactly by a French architect. Tho Bastilo was built in 1870 by Charles V. It was the state prison. The stones of the old Bastilo aro now used in paving the streets at the forks of the road in Paris, called tho Placo de now it is tho great national holiday. July 14 all tho French yeomen and nlli- aiK« people throng tho streets, bringing their lnnoh with them, including a long, black bottle of sour wine, with which they fill themselves in n wild and ineffectual effort to get intoxicated. On this day also the beggars and cripples of France are permitted to invade Paris, and ouo will see a greater assortment of excrescences and deformities than in a New York hospital in a lifetime. Remunerative abscesses and incurable sores are brought out on the beautiful boulevards, and the'Champs Elysees swarms with beggars' whoso limbs are so crooked that thoy seem to bo trying to -dinib up their trunks. Odd and whimsical wens start out from these people on tho slightest provocation, and curious wounds aro utilized to rake in tho centimes. One man had a bullet nolo in his trachea, or windpipe. Inclosing his mouth and nose and inserting the mouthpiece of a bugle in this hole he was able to play a time pretty wo!!, and he seemed to have a crowd around him most of the time. Ho told me that lie was very thankful becansea kind Providence had provided him with such a convenient slot, as it were, for people to put their francs and centimes into. Winter grain is looking especially well in Ohio, and ihe green hillsides are dotted with bright new lambs. The coming summer bids fair to be the best that the fanners have ever experienced. Look out tar counterfeits, imitations, and substitutes, represented as genuine, but sold at lees than regular prices by dealers in medicines not [t authorized to sell Dr. Pierce's genuine medicines. To guard against fraud and imposition, tho mnkei's of Dr. Pierce's genuine medicines now sell their world-famed remedies onlj through druggists, authorized ns agents, and under a jjcvriftue auaruntce of benefit or euro, or monoy refunded. Authorized agents only can, under these regulations, furnish Dr. IHovee-'s ornume medicines, which always havo lieon. aro, and always will bo, Bold at tho following prices: Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery (tho remedy for all diseases arising rrom impure blood), $1.00 per bottle. Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription (tlic-reiuedy for woman's chronic weaknesses and derangements). 81.00 per bottle. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Itho original littlo Liver Pills). 25 cents per vial.. Hut they're tho cheapest medicines sold, becauso you pay only for the cood you get. Uoufnpss Can't lie Cured by local applications, as thpy cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets nflamed yon havo a rumbling-sound or mperfeet hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness isthercsult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will he destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten ire caused by cartarrh, which is noth- ng but an intlammed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One llundrend Dollars for any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that we cannot cure bv taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. V. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo. O. Sold by all druggists. la Bastilo, or whore the Placo runs into one the Rues. Paris is tho greatest town for Rues that 1 have over seen, Gommon Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps Hands. IVORY SOAP DOES NOT. SayjjHires Do you Root Drink • Beer? BOLD AND ENJOYED EVERYWHERE} / / \g%s^ PRISON STUDIES. The Bastilo had eight towers, five stories high, iu which prisoners could ba confined and be entirely cut off from the rest, und even the prison authorities did not need to know they were there. Hero literary people who had written pieces for tho papers over the signature of "Veritas" wore incarcerated for weeks and months and years, only to he at last beheaded by tho light running and noiseless guillotine. Those who sassed tho administration were gathered in by moons of tho Latter do Cachet, and that was sufficient. We should bo glad and proud 1 hat we live in a land where one can havo not one trial alone, but seven or eight, together with an arrest of judgment and executive clemency. The Bastilo was destroyed by tho Fiench revolutionists July 14, 1780! u»i THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements inserted In this depart mem will be charged for at the rate ot one- half cent per word: they must he Inserted for a dcllnlle number of ttincs and paid for when insertion commences. This rule will be strictly observed In all cases. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WANTED. Dining room girls and cham- ........... . ... W ANTED . bermald.i at Midland hotel. W ANTED—Resilience pro; Must be cheap for spot cash, CIORC In. Call at at furnished Sherman. Call at 114 good East ^ANTKD- „ To rent, nice furnished room suitable for one or two gentlemen. IIS West First avenue. ANTED—Purchasers for the w chine In use rremler type writer. The best ma- V. Iluttim, agent. • lly a lady who nei lints work, plain "sewing, sunlmnncts M fifth avenue east. Smith m; tf eds and line., tf W ANTED- wants a,specialty. W ANTED— con head of stock tu pasture al the t.riyd & Lagutry ranch, "i mile east undone mile north of Kent. ,- ranch, one-half if Ivcl lly St. wk -:t. ANTED—Man of ability to manage ilary to i lens. Inter-State Co., branch iilllee: salary to start ??•"> Per month and eouimtr •' ' • w molll liUHS W ANTED—Live agents In city l try, to sell an article wantei Kansas City, Mo tt md conn- I in every dav to ri«Ht box in. At eh house and sluve. $4.00 p, men. Address with stamp, J. isen. Kansas. "\I/"ANTED- An energetic man to manage >V a branch oMce; salary SH'O per month and tiilerest In the business: must have good references and from $.->uo to $soo cash. Address Hex Ull. St. Louis. Mo. It PHYSICIANS. O H, SIDLINGEB, Physician and Surgeon, omcc over Sidlinger's drug store' telephone, 10: residence, 00. it D ,RS. STEWART, 32 DU. J. 10. STEWART, Practice limited to Surgery and Dls- of Women. eases c North Main. DR. K. A. STEWART, „ Eye, Ear, Throat* and Nose. Glasses'! properly adjusted. J W MAGUIUE, M. D-, Treats Kyo, Ear, None anil Throat Disease* 1 Ciirnrully. OtUce, No. 110 North Main. Residence, 60S | North Main. £ i J G. MALCOLM, rliyslelan and Surgeon (Homeopathic) Olllce 112 1st avenue east. JNO. ATTOKJIKYS. W. HOllEKTS. Attorney at l,nw; Rooms '.1 and +, Mo. a South Main. ESLI E it CRAWFORD! At ti.rueyN at LIIU-. Successors to Swtgart A Crawford. Pennev Building. nppostte'C'ourt House. 71DWARD A. HAKKIMAN, Attorney ntlJiw. omce in Hutchinson National Bank building •^yM. WHITKLAW, AMormw at \A\\x, omce over First National Bank. Entrance on Sherman street. W Be Beautiful! BEAUTIFY AND DEVELOP THK FORM* Oar Complexion Blench Pcrrorm* Miracle* Wrinkle* can bo absolutely removed; alM super* (Hums hair, freckles aeno. ecxema, |'lmple», lanjo ]H)res»tuolev moth, u&tcaes and black heatis-Wo are ihe only specialist that sueoflwtrully develops and beautifies the puny Uniba and bust into well-rounded and healthy one±< upon sok'ntltlu principles. PKICK U ST. Complexion Bleach ... < PGT bottle psxt «. 1 or H battles i .VUU Pama, to rcmoTo superfluous hnlr I&00 Wp Itouve 50 Crown Kxquislt« Face rowuer 60 tXtnoua Toilet Mask 51M Medicine with full Instructions to beautify and develop the form 5.00 Goods securely packed and tninitniittud by express on receipt of remittance, or if desirod, can forward ^O. D. MtftL ADA f. IVAM, Complexion Specialist. 110 S. State Street. CIIICAUO , lu. ANTED—Kverv biiHiiuvw man In West ern Kansas to know mat I am manufacturing Kubber Stamps In Hutchinson. ' .'Uveivd (tar {oUowlnj; order Work ilo Carr. 11 ami Kl Kant Sherman A. M. tf "\ I r ANTK I>~8 a ICH m e n YY new uivUil sneclaUiea lor busine Freeman & Haines, HOUSE AKD SIGN PAlKTEltS. PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING A SPECIALTY. Also'dealers in Paints, Oils, G-lass and Painters 1 Smplies. No. Hi Second Avenue East. 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. The Ceiend BEFORE AFTER i APHROD!TINE"«SI Is SOLD OK A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to euro any tonsi of nervous dip- caao or any dla- ordorof the generative organs of either ecx,' whether arising from tbo excea- ... Bivo ouo of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful iudieciation, over inaul* gence, Ac, enca as L«8S of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Hearing down FalUB in the hack, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria. Nervous Proa- tratlon,NoctumalEmiBftlon9,tjeucorrha:a.Dii- ilness. Weak Memory. L083 of Power and Impotency, which if neglccteii olten lend to premature old ago and lusaulty. Price £1.00 a DOS 6 boxes for 15.00. Sent by mall on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE to given for every W.oo order received, to ref und the money if a i'eruianent cureisnot effected. We have thousandaof teetimonlalafrom old and young 01 both sexes, who havo heen permanently trared by the nae of Apnroditlne. Circulate troo. Mention paper. Address THE APHRO MEUICINE CO. OT Washington St, CHICAGO, UA. For sale liy A. & A. Drug Co. men. nlto side line for Send I'm- samples Hi on WRKiHT Mt'U. CO. even-where les for bus drummers, lily for ess pay. :)t Park Row. N. Y Kt-Sly • ja r-vl r™ Awhn have to earn their LAUI B Ollvtng ran make It easier I I \S /"> r"I A 1,v selling our Eleclro- rl T V3CIA \Magn«tlc Corsets than anything else. For terms apply to Western Corset Co.. St. Louis. Mo. Sly-i:it ladles of Hutchinson to W AJiTF.n- The laillt know that M rs. M. A. Mead has reopen ssmaklng department at 41.'l She cuts ami llts bv Ihe latll ' ed her dr North Main. - . .. tailor system introduced bv Mrs. J. M. Shady. Patronage solicited. ' si W ANTKI)— Dressmaking, by Mm. M. A. Mead at u:i North Main. Mrs. Mead cuts and llts bv the ladles' tallorsvslem that was Introduced bv Mrs. J. M. Shade. Mrs. Mead solicits a share of the ladles of Hutchinson's patronage. .'it- A line Photograph Album for 51. lland- ^me colored plush. „ lull quarto size, elegant interior, a rich gift for a lor friend, or an elegant ornament for vour own parlor. If you want one of these afbums, senu me $1 at once, -•• "• ' =1- Address Philadelphia. Pa VKKY one In need of information 011 the , as the supqlv is limited. Six for IS. s 11. F. STEWAKT, •!« W. Eleventh St. E subject of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of •'lioolt (or Advertisers," .'lilN pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postage paid, on receipt of price. Contains a careful compilation from the American Newspaper Directory of all the 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 Howell's Advertising llureau, IS Spruce St., New- York, tf LOST. L OST—A dog. Ilrown water spaniel. The Under will receive a liberal reward If he return same to K. L. Meyer, at the First National bank. The dog answers to the name of "Ills.*' tf Kilt S.Vl.K. Call at No. :117 ill TIOK SALE—Old papers In packages of 100 for sale at the NKWH office. TTIOH SALE—A good organ. X? Ave II east. F E I TVMt SAI.K—At a bargain, Steimvay piano. J K mi litre at No. IU, Fifth avenue wont. lOli SAIJE- machine. Large steam Singer Sewing Enquire at this ofllce. tf jWRSALK—ChoicelotHtn ECCICB' addition . Lasthouse avenue A east. It F OR SAM!—Two job printinc presneH at a llgure that Is away down below actual value. Inquire at once at the NEWS ottlcc. or write for description. tf W 111TES1DE & 0LEASON Attorneys at Law, Office, L 2, ft, t. over No. 24 South Malit St. T [1AYLOK A TAYLOH, AttornpyR ut Law, Office, upstairs. Masonic Temple.* list. 1 Attention, Ladies. If yon want neat Morning Wrappers, Stylish Tailor Made (..owns or Street, Handsome Tea Gowns. Elegant,! Kveniufr Costumes, cull on MlSSE. A. CHURCH, 1 134K North Main, Collepe Huilditi(r, * Koom No. 5, French, English und American faah-ji ion plates to choose from. All work jl warranted to (five entire satisfaction IU both as to lit nhd finish. I most respectfully solicit the patronnpe of all who need my services. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Hock Islttml. EAHTW AHt>. No. Mall and Express No. tl4, Night Express i •No. «4^'reIghtAccomjmjdaJIon | No. S3, Mall and Express No. 21, Night Express *No. 03. Freight Accommodation. IlEPATlTfl, H :fio a. m )l U:50 p. m .l l.l;^5p.m)| '~i>EPAttTS. 0:'J0 a. m . 0:55 p. ralj No. £1 runs to Pratt only. No. S3 runs through to Dodge City Liberal. •No. 0-4 dally except Sunday. •No. U3 daily except Sunday. KA8TWAKH. Local Freight (dally) leaves St. Louis Mall (daily) leaves W. &C. Ace. (dally) mixed leaves. WESTWARD. Local Freight (dally) leaves W.ifcC. Acc.(daily)mixed arrives. Denver Express (dailv) leaves... Cars run through to St. Louts chance Chair Cars to Denver free of charge, la the short line to all points west. P. J. LRIMBACH, H. C. TOWNHENP, Gen. Pas. Agent. Hutchinson & Southern. •No. '2, Mall and Express... tNo. 0, Freight and Acc'n.. *No. 1, Mall and Express... tNo- 5, Freight and Acc'n.. PEPAKTS 8:00 a. m,' 8:1» p. m. 7K)R SALE—1,00(1 bottles of the famous It sells like hot cakes [with maple syrup) In winter and like soda water in the sum- th rati'. J. M Pharmucv Beam, proprietor Midland •Daily. tDaily except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutchinson andf Kingman with diverging lines. P A Stocking that Fits. Made tho exact shape of the loot, allowing the toes to retain their natural positions. ThomoildurableamUlioonlycomfottabloliosc ThebigtoehavlngroomonoughBtaysinsiJo. IDKTOWIIIX imllf. corn,, bunion,, etc,, due to weiring tho old utyle itocklliR, *n> |nt- veutcd or relieved liy WttukeulnMC. UuufHtureil by WATJSSHUOBI Co., BOSTON, MASS. Far sale by Younyheim Jk Tanueliaum REMOVED. I have removed my bakery and fancy grocery to No. 16, South Main street, where I will continue to make my famous cream bread. K. K YDK. Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies —on- 1 Other Chemicals are used in the preparation of W. BAKER & CO.'S Breakfastta which if abaolvMy pure and toiuble. It has moret han three times the etrcnyth of Cocoft mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It Is delicious, uourlstilug, and BASILS DIOESTKD. gold %f flroi-om {rerrwhtrt. W. BAK££ & CO., Dorchester, Haw. j -IOH SALE—A tine farm; '-'^•. 1 acres of Ar- karmas river hottom , land l!i miles from Larneil, Kansas black sandy ioani. as '(.-vel as a Hoor, -l to 7 feet to water, all fenced and cross fenced. Good tl-rooni house, stables.etc.: 1^5 acres in cultivation, more or less. HO acres in wheat. Has a line orchard of :i(IO Hen Davis apple trees, 100 Missouri Pippin, BU Early Harvest, ml Maiden lllustl. some Jonnathan. Hell Flowers, etc.; all line and thrifty, quite n number bearing; all live years old except about 100; also about HOD pears, some bearing; about SOU cherries, bearlne: 100 line peach, all bearing; about 100 plums, apricots, etc.; also about live acres of ^rapeH, bearing; also about D.000 walnuts, 4-year olds; also about live acres of grove, all thrifty and In nice shape; also hsh pond, etc;; sheds for 7, r *head of cattle, granery. etc. Price Silf) per acre. Knuutre at the American Clothing House, " " N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kan. ut wit Atchison, Top,;kn it Siintu Fe, In effect on and after November 18,1801. T WBBTBOUKI). No. 1 F rOK BENT. OR RENT—Furnished and unfurnished rooms In the Woodard block. 153 M' OD13RN WOODMEN OP AMERICA Meet in the hall of McClurg's store, at No. 20 South Main street, every Monday evening. Visiting neighbors always welcome. W. R. MAHSHAI.1,, Clerk. A. M. HUTCIUNBON, V. C MILLION DOLLAES Would not tempt the busy bustling, brainy American to part with the price less treasu re of good health, which he can gain and preserve by the use of tnoH« iHaf*:, effective and unfailing CHINESE VEGETABLE REMEDIES with which the great Lee Wing Brothers speedily and permanently cure every form of nervouH. chronic, private and sexual disease, lost manhood, seminal weakness errors of yovth, urinary, kidney ami liver troubles, diseases of the heart, lungs and throat, diseases of the blood or skin, diseases of the stomach and l>oweh>, rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, dlspepsla, constipation, syphilis, ghonerhea, gleet and all weaknesses and,diseases of any organ of the body. LEE WING'S remedies cure where all other means fail. Consultation anil examination free, and only a small sum for lUe remedies. Call for consultation, or write symptoms fully, enclosing stamp for reply. ^ LEE WING BROS., 151U Larimer utreet, llever. Col; Trains. Denver & Utah V.Ex California &Mex.llm. Colorado night Ex.. Freights... P'relglvt. ... SS p 3 4 Leave Kansas . City, 110:45 a.m. J tu:5^ a.m. " 0:20 p.m. 1 ,l:,'IOp.m. Arrive Hutchinson. 0:40p.m. 8:i;,p.m. 7:45a.ra. 3:43p.m. 0'.40p.m, Leave 1 Hutchri lnson. i l:40p.m. j HlSOl ^ii.] 8:0f,afta. | j KASTUOUND. £ Trains. % o 4 0 8 :io 44 Arrive Hutchinson.' Leave Hutchinson. Arrive , Kansas i City. |i New York Limited Ex. Chicago Vestibule Ex'ss Cannon ball Missouri river might Ex. Freights Freight % o 4 0 8 :io 44 7:r,0 a m 10:33am 11:15 p m 4:00 p m 8:35 a m 8:10 a m 10:32am 8;35 p m l:2tlpm 0:30 a m 4:40ip m < 8:08 P in! 7:00 a m Chicago, Kansas & Western . Jtuilrottd. Hutchinson Kxtenslon. Trains. p Leave Hutchinson. Arrive" Kinsley SanFranc'co &Texas Ex.. Acco'md'tlon :i a4i 8:20 pra 8:20 a in 12:30am l;20pu| Leave Kinsley Arrive Hutchson. ArrrlviJ Kansail Olty .J New York Limited Ex. Accom'd'l.ion 4 .14', •1:37 a u 2:25 p n 7:50 a ro 7:50 p m 4:40 pi .. s .... No. 11 carries through Pullman and tourli sleeping cars to San Diego, Los Angeles, Sal Francisco and City of Mexico. No. 5 carries through Pullman sleepers 1 and chair cars to Vuelrto, Coloradao Springs and Denver, making connections at Pueblo and Colorado Springs with through e for San Francisco aud Portland, vi per Sal (SUCCESSOR TO WM. MORRISON.) Comer of Main and Fourth. The. place to buy your beef, pork, veal ami all kinds of sausage, oysters flsli and game. John Hurtnian, cutter Telephone 33. Lake N°- 7 carries through Pullman Sleeper to Dodce City and through coaches to Pue"" and Denver. Pueblo No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist Hleepers, also chair cars to Kansas CltsJWul Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St. Lotil*. No. 0 carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. Scarries Pullman sleepers and. chair cars to Kansas City and St. Joseph, Ma. GEO. IV NICHOLSON, G. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan, J. "W. TitOf ORTJ, Agent Santa Fe Route. Hutchinson. GET WELL-STAY WELl It can be it one. it you, MAX, young ur old, havi »ny Weakness, MJdrorinutlon.DublUty^'' *' ur Kx$ __ _ . , ;p|^Vftf4ta RmTTMii'MMnu I tuinllod fret' Rfcftl'n/i. I OUR HEW BOOK i^! y-$ji"*

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