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DARKNESS. The night iiaa a thousand oyee, And ih« day tmtone; Yet lb© light of tho bright world die* With tho setting Bun. The mind l\tw n. thonnand cyi». Bat tho heart, font one; Yet tho light ot llio whole life dies When lovo is done. —Now York PTCHS. ONE SIDE OF A TALK. A windy Novombor evening closed in dork and diurnal, threatening wild •weather in tho night. Tho tea things pnt away early, we gathered around tho Are, each of ua in chosen cozy corner, for a long, quiet evening, listening to tho wind and tho sort, half looking for a shipwrecked crew to coino tonH, when brisk footsteps sounded onteido and our friend Robinson CITAKOO bounded in, leather jacket and fishing boots dripping with rain nuil Bait spray, his checks glowing and his hlack eyes snapping with fun. We all started np with the same quick question of what was tho matter, fancying all sorts of mishaps to his lighthouse or his dory to account for his appearance in tho st/orm and darkness from the fnrthor side of tho always rough channel. But ho seated himself serenely near tho door, merely saying by way of answer: "Well, how's 'Mngs over your •way? Thank you, inarm,. I won't come no nearer the iiro; I'll set ri' down here with my boots, so's not to inns yer floor up nono," hanging his sloek wet fur cap on his knee to drip and to dry. "That plaguy dory of mine, she leaks like thunder. Diumo how she 'll stand it, laying to your wharf in this way c' tho wind, while I sot. But I guess she won't damage none bnt what I can git acrost in her. 'Tain't only a conplo o' miles anyway." His shaggy black hair dried in a tangle as he talked, smoothed down from time to timo by a hand sent aloft when not fidgeting with his buttons, or the chair, or his cap. "I dojino how my man Friday'll get along while I'm gone. He's kinder scat o' that lectio tower o' mine, an don't bo hato wuss'u pison bavin mo gone! By tbundorl But of ho ain't old ernuf ter stay alono nights nwhile I'll tell him he'd better bo gettin him another job. Lord! he's forty-one, an me goiu on twenty-five! An I ain't scat. Oh, he's a big fooll It's his watch till 12 tonight, anyway an ho can make tho old gal go well enough if he's a mind to an don't go ter diclccrin with the machinery." There was a shado of anxiety in his tone: he lose and tiptoed heavily to the window, peering out to catch a glimpse of his faraway light. "Thero she goes," ho said, "She's all right. Ked, ten; white, five; oh,I guess tho old boy knows what he's about, but ho's Buch an old fool, really, ho don't know half the timo which side his bread's buttered." Bitting down again ho stretched one log out, while he dragged up from the depths of his trousers pocket a letter wrapped in newspaper. "I come over to seo if I could bony a postage stamp," ho said; thon suddenly laughed aloud at his thoughts. "Jim's so scut I didn't say a darned word how 1 was comiu off after supper. I jest set him washin dishes, and that takes all Ihu mind he 's got, an I mmok out au lot tho dory fly; an when she struck tho water ho coino a-bustin out tho door on deck; thinks I'd fell overboard, ye know: and 1 sings out, pulliu out from tho tower, an the wind a blow- in—I says, 'Goodhy, Jim,' says 1, 'I'm goin ter leave yer now;' an my Lord! ho stomped int' tho entry and shimmed the door to. Choking mad, he was. My Lord! gut 'ss he hain't got over a-cussin yet! Alius says when I do somethin out o' common, says he, 'Deuced tomfoolery,' says he;" and Crusoo buffeted his cap in a tumult of boyish gleo. ! "Wben I git buck ho'll be awful glad, but ho ain't a-goiu tor let on, mind; he thinks I hain't got but half an eye, anyhow, an ain't never up to his tricks. But I know him, Kir— inarm, likoabook! Ho'll let mo haul the old dory up single handed au think he 's (akin his spite out that way, but, good Lord! 1 kin run all 'round him, as fur as tricks goes. Why, it dont tako more mind than I've got iii my collar button to git 'roun olo Friday. Don't mean no reel harm,.nor I don't never reely hurt him, bnt ho iB rich nn old fool 1 like to hector him some. Kf it blows a haf a puff o' wind ho's scat or tho tower tuinbliri down. "That night it blowed so—it's two weeks eomo next Monday—1 tell yor tho old gul shook, an Uml's a fnek. But, my gracious! she's as tight as tho hair on yer head, an don't scare me none. But wbon wo was to supper, an tho seas was u-bangin IUI a-bustin on her, and the dishes a-rattlin, 1 jest hit tho table log a clip an says solemn ter Jim, 1 says, 'Jim, wo'ro a gouor!' au he up an down a-pruy- iu. 'Oh, what'Il we do?' says he. An I says, 'Jim,' Bays 1, 'mebbo she'll fall to landward,' I suys, an by gosh! wasn 't ho mad when ho ketched on I "1 ben washin loduy. Did yer see my washin out? Washed aud ironed same day. Sue my shirt? Ain't it clean? Can't 1 wash good?" he askod brightly, standing up and throwiug open his jackut, boating his breast, as if wo, too, might comu forward if wo would aud tunito upon his uiaulj shirt front. A fine deep red surged up in his weather boatou cheeks in pride of per foriuuu;u. "Wo gitdono terrible quick, wo do. .Shove t .hu table up 'longside tho Btovo an lot her "go.' Hain't got but one tlatirou, so 1 dvivo her awhilo, au tht>n Jim, wher. she's hot agin. But don 't Jim niako a kick, though! My Lord! Suys his'n good enough of ho folds 'eat an Bets on 'em awhile, but I don't want no man roun mo that don't iron his cioes good, an I keep him at it, an while ho 's jawin 1 jest keep to leeward au lay quiet, "I'm a terrible good washer an jroner myself, but it 'B mondiu gits me. I've got a hole in tho heel o' this sock I'vu got on now, »i> kilts mo to wcuv a hole. Au blamed of 1 kin sow it up. An buttons off—can 't go that neither; I 've got throe off n those pants Tvo got on, but I can 't sew 'cm on. You bust your buttons off, terrible, hangin on that ole dory, o' mine, up an down ov'ry time yer use her; an 'tain't 'nuff I er me to, but Jim,he's got to go a-bustin 'em off my does 'cos ho hain't got 'nuff of his own to his back. 1 oonldn't never learn to sew, fiomehow. I'll tell yer how it is—it's this way: You take a pieco o' cloth, an yon clap a button onto one side of it, an then yon go to work an try to navigate through from t'other sido with a needle, an ef yon don't stave tho point off ov'ry single time Fll awaller it! "Old lady down to Moose island, where I come from, lost winter's done my button sowing for two years back, an comes kinder rough on mo doing of it mysolf. Jim hod ougbtcr to know how to sew, didn't he now? But ho don't. I says to him somotimes, 'Jim,' I Bays, 'you'd orter bo ashamed, big OK you bo an can't sow.' But don't do no good, only makes him madder 'n a set- tin hen. Alius does when I get foul er any o' his lacks. But ho's a good feller, ] Jim is, ony ho ain't never been brought up right. It makes a lot o' difference to a feller whether he's been brought np." Friday's critic was spread out at comfortable length in his chair, worrying his fur cap tirelessly as ho talkod. I don't mean that kind o' fetchin up tho big bugs set out to have," he explained, warming up to u now idea. "My grocions! there's ono or two houses I go into sometimes, summer folks down to Moose island, in town for winters. 1 ben to 'em. I know how they done! Yor can't tell me! Why, I 'gwin there awhilo an seems ez ef I should dwnp thro' tho ruf, makes mo so deuced on- comfortable. So Eton up i in p'ticlur them kind o' folks is, yer can't fetch a step but what yer come down on some er thoir notions. Good Lord! in some of them rixtocratic houses yer hare ter split a bean t' eat it. Ef I want snm'n t' oat I druther eat off'n tho floor than be go awful slow and mannery. Now, 1 like to come over here, yer don't have ter act anyhow. "Now, I'll tell yer, did yer ever notice," (balancing bis cap on ono fist and beating it around aud around vritb. the other) "it's jest this way—sometimes yer have an awful sight better time when it don't cost nothin than ye do when it does. That's what's tho matter. Now I'll toll yer. I set out to go to Yarmouth on a Sunday to see my cousin, Maria Collins, an so I staid over till Monday. Well, I'll bo blamed ef I over bed a better time iu life; an do ye believe, tho wholo thing didn't cost fifteen cents. Nor I couldn't tell ter save me what 1 done, only set roun an loff cd, an I dunno what I was laff'n at. Maria's a tearer and she makes things hum—an so 's her children. Terrible nice children. "I've ben places where I'd git rid of fifteen dollars an wisht all the whole time I hadn't went There's lots o' things you pay for that's poor investments, I say—'specially parties and presents. Now I'll tell yer. I went to a party down to Moose Neck, an me an nother feller we laid out five dollars for tho two of us, an blamed if it warn't a clean fizzle. My boots was too small, pinched awful, an there was too many girls. Ef there's one tiling I hate, it's too many girls at a party. An I hain 't went to another party since. An just see what I laid out, now, compared to Maria's, nn didn't get no lasan satisfaction! "I gnesB I'll be goin now. Jim he'll be cussin an jawin an lookin out the door ov'ry little while t' see ef I'm corn- in, but soon ez I heave in sight under them tower steps, ho'll in and slam the door an make believe not know I'm aroun. Oh, ho's a sly ono, Jim is. Well, good night; 1 guess I'll be goin. Hope to seo you over to my house, some o' these nice nights. Well, I made a visit, hain't I, this timel Ef ye stan up it's a call, an ef ye set down it 's a visit. Well, I guess I'll be goin. Good night!" -Boston Transcript, A ItEMABKAttUft CASE. An Indiana Man Is Saved by • Discover*/. A remarkable cam has occurred in our territory. J. N. Borry, a man about thirty years of ago, was going down rapidly. lie tried physician niter physician, patent medicines, home receipts — in fact, everything. He went to a noted binitarlum nnd returned no better. Wo all thought ho was dying with consumption, and that only a fow weeks of lite wore left for him. He commenced taking Dr. Pierce 's GoMoh Modical Discovery, and at tho same time commeDoed to mend. Ho has used about two dozou bottles, and is still using it. He has gained in weight, color and strength, nnd is alilo to do light work. It is just such a case as wo should have liatonra to rather suspiciously, hut when wo see it, w» must believe it. It has trebled our sales of " Golden Medical Discovery." JOHN HACKKTT i%, SON, Druggists, Hoauoke, hid. "Discovery" strengthens_ Weak LniigSj tion of the millions suffering with Short Breath, Palpatation, Irregular Pulse, Wind in tho Stomach, Pain In Side or Shoulder, Smothering Spells, Fainting, Dropsy, etc. A. V. Davis, Silver Creek, Neb., by using four bottles of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, was lompletcly cured after twelvo years suffering from Heart Disease. This new remedy is sold by the A. & A. Drug company. Hooks Free. 5 nnd cures Spitting ot blood, Shortness oj Breath, lironeliilis, Severe Coughs, and kindred affections, Don't bo fooled into taking something else, said to bo " just as CIKKI," that tho dealer nmy make a larger profit Some of the Grand Army boys may bo interested in the following, from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C. Commander department Tennessee and Georgia. He says; "We have had an cpideinio of whooping cough here (Stmvurt, Tcnn.) nnd Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that has done any good."' There is no danger from whooping cough when this medicine is freely given. It completely controls the disease. 00 cent bottles for sulo by B. Winslow, druggist, IS South Main, This Is Vrety Unocl. Mr. JoliuC. Goodwin, a carpenter of Danville, 111., writes: "About two weeks Hgs a heavy saw log fell upon my foot very badly crushing it, so that 1 was unable to walk at all. I sent for a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment and kept my foot well saturated with it. It is now two weeks since this happened, nnd my foot is nearly well and I am at work. .. I hid I not used Snow Liniment I should have been laid up at least two months. For healing won mis spraines, sores anil bruises it hr.s iu equal. No inflammation can exist where Snow Liniment is used. You can use this letter." lleware of nil white liniments suhsti- tuted for Snow Liniment. There is no other liniment like Ballard's Snow Liniment. -Sold hy all druggists. Chnmborliiln's .Kyo anilSkln Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Kves, Tetter, Salt lthem, Scald Head. "Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling and soothing, Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after all other treatment had failed, It is put np in 25 and 50 cent boxes For sale by C. II. Winslow. Dark, yellow, greasy skin is a symptom of disordered kidneys mid liver, and unless treated promtly may result in a dangerous disease One bottle of Beggs' Blood Purifi will entirely remove the cause nnd leave the skin clear and transparent, sold and warranted by A. .1. Baumhardt, Is your hair falling out or turning gray, Try Beggs' I lair Itenewer. acts lige magic. Sold and warranted by A. J. Baumhardt. Advertisements inserted In tills depart r at the rate of one half cent per word: they must be inserted Brij'ht people are the quickest to recognize a good thing and buy it. We sell lots of bright people the Littlo Early Risers. If you are not bright these, pills will make you so. Benin's Midland Pharmacy. Druggists say it. is a pleasure to sell Bergs' Family Medicines, ns every hot tic is warranted for all that the label alls for, so ouv customers are perfectly safe in buying them. Sold anil wtirrautcd by A. .1. Baumhardt. THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by A. & A. Drug Co. It is a fixed and immutable law that to have good, sound health, one must have pure, rich aud abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer route than by a course of Do Witt's Sarsapu- rillu. Beam's Midland Pharmacy. THREE CENT COLUMN, ment will be charged for at the rate of one- .V; they i " " for a definite number of times and paid for when insertion commences. This rule will be strictly observed iu all cases. WANTED. W ANTED—DliiiiiK room girls and cham bermalds at Midland hotel fit W ANTKIJ- furnlshcd Sherman. Hoarders and roomers, fro is. Call at 11+ Ki ;ood ast W ANTED—Clond clean, cotton rags at the NKWB octlce press room. Will pay good price. it llrjtNTKD—To rent VV suitable for one West l'Mrst avenue. nice furnished room or two gentlemen, lis w chine in use, -Purchasers for the Smith- r. The best . Hutton, agent. ti Premier tvjpc writer. The best ma- W ANTEU-Hv a Uuty whu needs and wants work, plain sewing, sunbonnets a,speclally. At 4'5i Fifth avenue east. tf W ANTEtt—A girl wanted to do housework. Call SOS Sherman street it. :it Mns. IS. L. MKVBIL llrANTKD—SSSS for two rears. Will pay VV, 10 percent, anflno commission. Ullt edge security. Address "If this office. St W ANTED—son head nf stock to pasture at the l.o\-d & t^agutry ranch, imo-half mile east amlohe mile north -.if Kent. dly st. wit st. W ANTED— Man or ability to nianag< branch office: salary to start ^Jfi per month and Kansas City commissions. Mo. Inter-State O tf ANTUD—Salesmen everywhere for new metal specialties for business men. alto side lii.e for drummers, big pay. Send for samples at oncc- WMIUHT MFU. CO., :14 Park How. M. Y Nt-SIy PROFESSIONAL CARDS. S. PHYSICIANS. n. SIDUNOERT Phyfllvlun ami 8urg-oon. Office, over Sldllnger'n drug store, telephone, ll)j residence, 80. t BS. STEWART, DR. J. E. STF.WAKT, Practice limited to Surgery and Diseases of Women. 337 North Main. DIt. K. A. STEWART, Eye, Ear, Throat and NOHC Glasses. • properly adjusted. J. W MAQUITtE, M. D., fronts Kyo, Ear, TXom nnd Throat Dlnrnnen Carefully. Office, No. HONorthMaln. Residence, 808 North Main. J O. MALCOLM, Physician and Surgeon (Homeopathic) Ofilcc US 1st avenue cast. ATTOKNEV8 JNO. W. ROBERTS. tlttorllt;: Rooms s, 3 and 4 my nt I .UW. , Mo. :i South Main. 4 X KSUE & CKAWrOKD, Attonit \Yn iitl.nw. Successors In Swlgart & CrawEotrrt, Penney building, opposite Court Houae. W ANTED-The ladles of Hutchinson to know that Mrs. M. A. Mead lias reopen department at 413 North Main. She cuts and ills bv the ladies' tailor system introduced by Mrs. J- M Shady. Patronage solicited. .it "her dressmaking ills; There is one remedy which every family should keep at hand. 5fr. John Carpenter, of Woodland, Indiana say* of it; "I tried Chamberlaiu's Choice Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed}- for diarrhoea and severe cramps, and paiu in the stomach and bowels, with th best results. Ixi the worst never had to (five more than the third dose to effet a cure. In most cases on dose will do. Besides its other pood qualities it is plesant to take." 25 and no cent bottles for sale by C .T1.' Winslow, Druggist, IS 8. Main. The Hi>melle»t M»n in Hutchinson As well as the handsomest, and others, are invited to call on any drujrg'ist and get, free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lung's, a remedy that is selling entirely on its merits and a guarantee to cure all chronicandacute coughs, asthma, bronchitis and con sumption. Darge bottles SOcents and SI It is a truth in medicine that the smallest dose that performs the cure is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perform the cure and are tho best. Beam's Jlid- land Pharmacy. ARE YOU IIUNRY FOR A HOME? If so write to Geo. T. Nicholson G. 1\ & T. & S. F. ]!. R. Topeka Kansas, for a copy of the new edition of Oklahoma folder, eon taining full account of Cherokee Strip and Chickasaw Nation. DO YOU WANT .SOME YELLOW GOLD? It can he easily obtained in the new mining camp of Cripple ^ Creek, Colorado, near Pike's Peak, directly reached via Santa Fe Route. The sensation of 1S'J2. ARE YOU THINKING OF GOING EAST? The Democratic Convention at Chicago. .lune 2tst, and the National Educational Association meeting at Saratogo, July 13th, affords good chances to buy reduced rate tickets via S>.nta Fe. Route. A COOL RECEPTION IN HOT WEATHER, Can be had by buying tourist tickets to Colorado, on sale beginning June 1st. It will pay you to investigate what the Santa Fe Route has to offer, before making final arrangements J. W, TEnFoun, Agent. W ANTED—Dressmaking. Mead at 413 North Main, by Mrs. M. A. Mrs. Mead cut's ami ttls bv the ladies'tailor system that was introduced by Mrs. J. M. Shady. Mrs. Mead solicits a share of Ihe ladles of Hutchinson's patronage, at. JgDWARD A. HARKIMAN, Attorney at T-aw. I Oftlce In Hutchinson National Bank building "YyT -M. WIHTELAW, : Attorney »t Law, Office over First National Rank. Entrance on Sherman street. "JHT15SIDE & ULEASON Attorneys nt taw, OlUcc,,l> l 2, :i, 4, over No. 2-4 South Main Sti rjlAYLOU & TAYLOR, Attorney* nt Law, Odlce, np-stairs, Maaonic Temple. Attention, Ladies. A l«'ortmiate Greenhorn. When 1 came to this country," said n merchant recently, "1 was a lad fresh from old Ireland. My first homo was with friends in Cambridge. In ono of my walks, before I had been here a week, I camo across a queer, old fashioned bouso that interested mo Immensely. I described it to my friends, and learned that it was the homo of tho poet Longfellow. That increased my interest. "Tho next day 1 went again to the queer bouso arid stood gawkily looking at it and at an old gentleman sitting in tho yard. I stared so long that tho old gentleman noticed it, and coming to the fence asked mo what I was looking at. I told him that 1 wanted to see the man who lived there, becauao I had read his works in the schools of Ireland. "The old gentleman asked mo what 1 knew about Longfollow's writings, and I told him I know enough about one poem to repeat every word of it. "When ho ncurd that ho askod mo to come into tho house and recite tho poem to him. I went in and repeated 'The Vil- lago Blacksmith' without making a mis take. That pleased my listener, and putting on MB hot ho asked ine to walk with liim. Ho said that I should have something that many people had asked for and tried in vain to get. "Ho stopped under a bigtroo and said 'This ia tho trco under which that poem you recited wits written. Tho village smithy was under this tree.' "Then tho aged poet marched up and with his own hand broke oil a branch of that famous troa and gavo it to mo."— Boston Herald. Clip" lined by Ten 1'mterrf. The teacups used by tea merchants in tasting tea aro mudo especially for the purpose of the iinost French china and huve no handles or saucerB. Tho teas are carefully weighed ont nnd placed in tho cups, when boiling water is poured on thorn. Ton tastora nowadays de pond more upou tho odor than tho taste of teas and some of the most export <h* not taste them at all, but rely entirely upon smelling them, — Philadelphia Lodger. I>r T (Sunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a sure cure for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will stop a cough in one night, no matter how severe. It is just what its name implies: an onion syrup, compound in such manner as to do away with the unpleasant taste and odor of the vegetable. When in need of a cure for a cough or cold, try it. Price SO cents. Sold fay B. Winslow, druggist. 5 -.ll Freneh Tansy Wafers. These wafers are for the relief aud cure of painful irregularities, and will remove all obstructions. They are sure and safe every time. Manufactured by Emerson Drug Co., San .Jose, Cal., and for sale at A. & A. Drug Co. 100 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kan. Freeman & Haines, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. PAPER MIGIIC M DECOMIIIE II SPECIHuI DADOAIMV Album for SI. fland- niinilllini some colored plush, WnilUniHl full quarto size, elegant Interior, a rich gtft for a for friend, or an elegant oruament for your own narlor. If 3'ou want one of these alliums, send me Jl at once, as the sutxily Is limited. Six for $*>. Address H. F. STEWART, 4H \V. Eleventh St. Philadelphia. Pa. E VERY one 111 need of information on the subject of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of "Rook for Advertisers," 3(iH pages, price, one dollar. Mailed isistage paid, on receipt of price, Contains a careful compilation from the American Newspaper Directory o'. all the best papers and class Journals; g.ves the circulation rating of evcrv one, f.ud a good deal of Information about rates ind other matters pertaining to the business of advertising. Address Rowell's Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., New- York, tf LUST. L OST—A dog fluder will receive Brown water spaniel. The liberal reward If he return same to E. U Meyer, at the First National bank. The dog answers to the name of "Uls." tf FOR SALE. If you want neat'Morning Wrappers, !>tylish Tailor Made Gowns or Street || Dress, Handsome Tea Gowns. Elegant Evening Costumes, call on Miss E. A. CHURCH, 324 H North Main, College Building, Room No. 5. French, English and American fashion plntes to choose from. All work warranted to give entire satisfaction both as to lit ahd finish. I most respectfully solicit the patronage of all who need my services. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Koek Island. EABTWAUO. No. Mall and Express. No. 24. Night Express *No, 6-1. freight Accommodation DEPAIVIS. ,S:iiO a. m| 0:B0 p. CO. U:4fi p. raj F OR SALE—A good organ. Ave B east. Call at No. :U7 ut WHSTWAUU. 1 No. "3. Mall and Express No. 21. Night Express *No. 611, Freight Accommodation.I mti 'AivTfl. 0:20 a. m <i :rui p. ml. 2:00 p. ml F OR SALE—OId papers in packages of 100 for »ale at the NKWS office. JWIS SALE—Large steam Singe Sewing machine. Enquire at this office. tf F IOU SALK—At a bargain, steimvay piano. Enquire at No. 1:1, Fifth avemu* west. OH SAVJIS—-Two Job printing presses at a tlgure that ia away down below actual .aluc. Inquire at unce at vhe NEWS office, or write for description. tf Also'dealers in Paints, Oils, Glass and Painters' Supplies. No. 10 Second Avenue East. OR SALE—1.000 bottles of the famous X> Blush of Roies for the complexion. It sells like hot c?ke» fwlth maple syrupl In the winter and like soda water in the sum- J. M. Ream, proprietor Midland narmacy. MUSIC LESSON. I will receive pupils in music at my residence, 405 east Sherman. Vocal music taught in classes or private lessons. . MRS. A. W. INNES. MIDLAND HOTEL. Most contrally located hotel in the city. . . NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY, XJTOK SALK—A fine farm; «Hfi acre* of Ax- Itansas river bottom land IS miles from Lamed, Kansas; blaclc sandy loam, as level as a tioor, -l to 7 feet to water, all fenced and cross fenced. Uood (J-room house, stablert. etc,: 125 acres In cultivation, more or less. K0 acres In wheal. Hai* a fine orchard of :i00 Ben Davis apple trees, 100 Missouri Pippin, 50 Early Harvest. 50 Maiden Mush, some Johnatnan, Hell Flow ers, etc.; all line and thrifty, quite a number hearing; all five rears old except about 100; alwo about '400 pears, some bearing; about 200 cherries, bearing; 100 line peach, all bearing; about 100 plums, apricots, etc.; also about five acrc-a of grapes, bearing; alst: about !l,000 walnuts, 4-year olds; also about five acres of grove, all thrifty and In nice nape; also fish pond, etc.; sheds for 75 head f cattle, granery, etc. Price ?Sft per acre. Inquire at the American Clothing House, No. 7 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kan. Ot wit M 1 .1 Itanl KHtalu Uootn Attracts the attention of every property holder in this city. But when Dr. Franklin Miles, the eminent Indian specialist, claims that heart disease is curable and proves by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures by his New Heart Cure, it attracts the at ten- Patronage of traveling men solieted. Rates, SI,00, $1,25, $1,50 a Day, Just 24. In Juat 24 houra J. V. H. relievos constipation and sick hcuducbes. Alter It gcta tho system under control tin occaalonat dose prevents return. Wo relor.bype rnitjjsiou,toW.K. Mar ahull, Bruafr wlcltllouBo .S F ;Goo A.Werner,fSIColiiormu St. 8. F.; Mm. C. Mctvlu. 13a Kcaruy tit. ti F auil innny others wlio hiivo lound relict from constipation audaltttticiulacaes. 0. Wf.Vincent, of 6 Terreuco Court, 8. F. u-rltcs: "I am 60years ot age ami Have ticen troubled with constipation tor 23 years. I was recently induced to try Joy s Vegetable Banaparllln. J recognized "ill it ut once nn herb that tlio Mexlcana usod to give ui In tho early 60'a lor bowel trouble*. (I came to Calllomla in ISM) und I know It would help mo and it has. For tiioflret time in year* 1 can Bleep veil and my eyftem is regular and In splendid condition. TbooHl Moxlcuu herbs Inthisrctncdy aro a certain euro in constipation and bowel troubles '' Ask or 9 » Vegetable Sarsaparllla Largest bottle, most eflVctire, sumo pries For sale by A.J. Bamhardt, first door north of Santa Vo hotel. Ttie Celebrated rren&D Cure. Warranted U to cure APHRODITINE "K 6 Z Is SOLD OK A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to euro any form ef nervous rHa- caao or any (Un­ order of t bo generative organs of Either aaxt ^bother arising . from tho uzoea- AFTER aire ase of stimulants, Tobacco or Oplam, or through y.atbfal lnulnoretlon, over Indulgence, Ao„ suoa a* Iiass of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains In tho bock, Bemlnal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous ProS' tr»tlon.NootumalEmJsslons,I,ouoorrbcEaJ)It- slnoan, Weak Memory, LOBS of Power aud Ira- cotenoy, whloh If negleoteu often lead to pre' mature old age and Insanity. Price ti.oo a bo; 6 boxea for 10.00. Beat by mall on receipt ot Drloe* A WRITTEN GUARANTEE f» given for every tfl.oo order received, to refund tbo money IX » Fermaaieut ourolanot effeotea. we nave thousands of testimonials from old and young of both sexes, who faava been permanently orired by the useof APhrodltlne. Clrouhuu free. Mention paper. Uddreaa _ _ THE APrWO MEDICINE CO. CTWaohlngtouBt, OHIOaQO, Uifc For sale by A. 4 A. Drug Co. No. 21 runs to Pratt only. No. 2ti runs through to Dodge City and- Liberal. •No. U4 dally except Sunday. *No. (la dally except Sunday. MlMNour! Vaelllc. EASTWAUI). Local Freight (dailyt leaves.. St. Louis Mall (dally) leaves.. W.&C. Acc. (dally 1 mixed leaves. WESTWARD. Local Preiglit (dally) leaves W.& C. Acc.tdallylmlxed arrives Denver Ksprcfls (dally) leaves.. n:oo a. »:30 a. 4:10 p. m| 0:40 a. m| 1):45 a mi 7.i !ap. ml St. Cars run through to change Clialr Cars to Denver free of charge Is the abort line to all points west. P. j. LKiMtMcin. Agent- B. C. TOWHSEHD, Den. Pas. Agent. Louis without This HutchliiKoii A Southern. •No. % Mall and Express... tNo. ». Freight and Acc'n.. ARRIVES. O.-.'iO ii. ml ll::)0a. m. •No. 1, Mall and Express tNo. r>, Freight and Acc'n DKFA1ITS 8:00 a. m. 2:15 p. m. Dally. 21ose c _ _ Kingman with diverging lines tDally except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutchinson and Atehlsou, Topeka &.9untu Fo. In effect on and after November 18,1801. WBSTlJOtWD. 1'Olt KENT. F Furnished and unfurnished IOK RENT- rooms in the Yfoodarti "block. Denver &, Utah V.Bx Calif or n 1 a] & Mex. Itm, Colorado! night Ex Freights... Freight ODERX VVOODMKN OF AMERICA Meet in the hall of McClurg's store, at No. 20 South Main street, every Monday evening. Visiting neighbors always welcome. W.'U. MAKSHAIX , Clerk, i A. M. HUTCHINSON, V. C Leave Kansas City. 10-.45 a.m, 10:55 a.m. 0:!10 p.m. ,1::)0 p.m Arrive Hutchinson. 0:40p.m. iB-.lip.m. 1 7:45a.m t):43p.m t):40p.m BASTDOUNl). Leave HutchT lnson. jtl:40p.m. i8-.80p.rn. i. |8:05a.m ."4. l7:05p.ra. Trains. f Arrive Hutchinson. Leave Hutchinson. Arrive Kansas City. New York Limited Ex. Chicago Vestibule Ex'ss Cannon ball Missouri river night Ex. 4 a 8 :io 44 7:50 a m 10:32am 8:16pm 4:00 p ra 8.-.'15 a ni 8:10 a m 10:32am 8:35 p m. 1:20 pnt ».-:)0 a TO 4:40 ipm 0:05 pm 7:00 am Freight 4 a 8 :io 44 7:50 a m 10:32am 8:16pm 4:00 p ra 8.-.'15 a ni 8:10 a m 10:32am 8:35 p m. 1:20 pnt ».-:)0 a TO Chicago, Kansns A Western lUUroiid. Hutchinson Kxtelislon. Trains. 55 o Leave Hutchinson. Arrt^ Kinsley 12:'.!0im 1:20 pm San Franc'co &Texa.s Ex.. Acco'md'tlon « ;i4i 8:20 pm 8:20 am Arrt^ Kinsley 12:'.!0im 1:20 pm Leave KlnBley Arrive Hutch, son. Arrrive Kansas City. New York Limited Ex Accom'd'tton 4 iUS 4:3V a m 2:35 pro 7:50 a m 7:50 pm 1:40 p m (SUCCESSOR TO \VM. MORRISON.) Corner of Main and Fourth, Tho place to buy your beef, pork, veal and all kinds of sausage, oysters, fish and game. John Hartinan, eutter. Telephone 33. S ll • ITT I COOn eatttbllahoMf 187; . W. III I Lt & bU>i 188 S. WATER 8T, cmoAOO, xxiXs., COMMIS8JONWIERCKANTS BROOM CORN roy * |A'«H, «r»l» ti'— lulls! t*l «m< Rural**, Wtmwr * 4 «•, VrtsSffSi ' • REMOVED. I have removed my bakery and fanoy grocery to No. 16, South Main street, 'where I will continue to make my famous cream bread. K. RTDB. No. a carries through Pullman and tourist Bleeping cars to San Diego, I<os Angeles, San Francisco and City of Mexico. No. 5 carries through Pullman sleepers aud chair cars to Pueblo, Coloradao Springs and Denver, making connections at Pueblo and Colorado Springs with through Bleepers for San Iianctsco and Portland, via. Salt Lake. No. 7 carries through Pullman sleeper to Dodge City and through coaches to Pueblo and Denver. No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City ant}. Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St. Louis. "f No. 0 carries through Pullman sleepers? and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers and chut cars to Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo. GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. T. & P. A., Topeka, Kan. J. W. TBDFOBO, Agent Santa Fe Route, H-itchlnson. GET WELL-STAY WELL It can be done, »ny Weak iie&_, , „ , cluMiveAle/hottMtttJUonotJolpo/Aurceta »slaioi| . .„_. ICyou .MAN, young or old,have *ny Weakness, MwKoriOution, l>hfUiy,Our Aa> .nwtyivureafinj or ii I can CaTM, • _ . lav adatHl • uJTalo,\. v., a nd lie

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