2. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 31,1892. A PIONEER TEACIIEI HOW THE MEMORY OF EMMA LARD 18 PERPETUATED. WIL- Simr D«vot*d ?ap!Ii S*ropo«« \o Kroot a j Slntilo In Troy—Sho Founded lh« l-'lrst >', Fet&nlp ftcmliifu-y nnd Wrote "ItoRkod t In the Cratllo of thr l>oep." ! (.Special Correspondence.] ' TROY, N. Y., May li).—"TheRood that men do liven after them." This saying has perhaps never teen more happily exemplified than in the results which havo followed the life work of Mrs. Emma Willard. How many thousands of women's hearts all over this broad land mnst thrill with tho memory of the KMMA WILLARD. old Troy Pemalo seminary, with its long corridors, its familiar classrooms, its never to be forgotten schoolroom, its dreaded examination room, its park and ite board walk—all now, alas! crumbling into ruins and soon to disappear before tho advancing footsteps of progress. When, in 1821, this famous school waB established by Mrs. Emma Willavd, it was the first and only one of its kind in this country, and wo might Bay in tho world, for at that time it was not considered proper for any young woman to Teceive a higher education than would fit her for tho daily routine of family life. As early as 1807 Mrs. Willard, then Emma Hart, commenced teaching in Middlebury, Vt., where she married Dr. Willard, After a short retirement, in 1814, she established a boarding school for young ladies, which she always regarded as tho nucleus of her seminary, afterward transferred first to Waterford, near Troy, and finally to permanent quarters in tho heart of this city. It is neodless to say that the seed was already gorminating in the hearts of womankind, which has since blossomed into u radiant ilower, for hundreds of eager yonug girls soon flocked to the Bchool whero they could delve deeper into tho wealth of literature, and iinbibo stronger drafts of science and art than over before. It was only by hard Btudy under many difficulties that Mrs. Willard succeeded in preparing herself to oxecuto what she undertook to do—picking up hor knowledge of physiology from her husband, of geometry from a young college stu- dont, whose Euclid she purloined while he slept, and searching libraries eager to absorb information from every source. After her removal to Troy she studiod at night with Professor Eaton, of tho Institute, the lessons which sho was to teach tho nest day. During these early times many wero the struggles for Buccess and tho battles to bo fought against prejudico and jealousy for her superior system of education for women. Sho applied to the legislature of Now York for public aid to carry on her school, but received at first only a charter granting her license to establish an academy, but before the close of that same session, observing the unprecedented success of the school, they voted hor u portion of tho public fund. The IIOWB of such a school spread rapidly, and it is estimated that be- twucu the yeaVs of 1821 and 1871 thore was a total attendance of lil.OUU pupils from north, south, east and west. Every etato in tho Union was represented. With tho increuso of pupils came a demand for larger quarters, and buildings wero added makiug provision for a great number of boarders, uutil tho Troy Female seminary reached tho dimensions of today. In 1838 her sou and duughter-iu-law succeodod her. A portion of tho building is still occupied by a day Bchool, carried on by Miss. Emily Wilcox, a relative of Miss Willard's, but tho generally deserted look of all tho upper part, tho closed blinds and dilapidated appearance speak volumes of departed glory. Who shall Bay that tho iufluenoe of Emma Willard has not been tho main ipxing in the great awakening all over Effect*." which wero well received by the scientific world. "Rocked in the Cradle of tho Deep," one of the finest songs in the language, was written by Mrs. Willard during a Btorm which sho encountered while on a voyage to Europe. While visiting Greece sho l-ccnmu deeply interested in tho deplorable condition of tho women there, and on her return succeeded in enlisting tho sympathies of her friends so that sho was enabled to establish a school thero for their benefit. Sho donated to this objoct the entire proceeds of her "Notes of Travel," published shortly after. Now, after a lapse of nearly twenty- years since her death, those who profited by her influence rise up to do her honor. About two years ago the question of Bomo appropriate memorial to Emma Willard was agitated in Troy, and it was finally agreed to orect a Btatuo in her honor upon tho spot whero now stands the old seminary building. A committee was formed and subscriptions to tho fund solicited. The statue will bo of bronze, and, with possibly one exception, may bo regarded as the first of itfl kind to bo erected to a woman in this country. Its estimated cost is $15,000. If completed in timo it is proposed to send tho statue to tho World's fair in Chicago, whore it will be placed in tho Woman's building. Ono year ago a little band of comrades met in Now York city anil organized themselves into an association which should include not only the nlumnto of tho school, but every pupil who had over received instruction within its walls. It required m uch i.nergy and hard work to gather the scattered flock, but the few determined spirits who had the matter in hand persisted iu their efforts. The result has been truly gratifying, for tho Emma Willard association now numbers over UOO members aud is an incorporated body. Meetings are held monthly at the houBe of the president, Mrs. Russell Sage. A banquet, which was enjoyed by nearly 200 members, was given at the Plaza hotel on the 10th of October, 1891, and this is to be repeated annually. A graduate of 1828 was among those present and ono of 1891., Time brings many changes, and henceforth tho old seminary walls, so long familiar to Troy'a citizens aud so endeared to thousands as the shrine of their alma mater, will be no more. A now building has arisen on tho south side, in a lino with the board walk, to be the home of education in this city. And it has been reared by the munificence of ono citizen, Mr. Lewis Gurley, in remembrance of a sister, Miss Clara Gurley, who was educated there, and a brother, Mr. William Gurley, for many All pone—woman's suffering and woman's weakness. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription puts a stop to it. It's a remedy for all tho diilicato dtv rongemeiits nnil dfBordora thnt make hor suitor, and a euro for all tho diseases and disturbances that mako her weak. It's a legititnafo medicine, that, corrects nnil cures; a tonic that invigorates mid huilils up; a ncrvino that soothes and strengthens. For beuring-dotvn lahis, (Usiiliiceiueuts, una all tho functional iWeguluritios peculiar to tho sex, it's a safe ami certain remedy. Other modicinos claim to cure 1 That's true. But they dou't claim to do this: if tho "Favorite Prescription" fails to Iwuefit or fure, in any case for which it's recommended, tho money paid for it refunded. Judge for yourself which is ltkoly to lie the letter mothdno. And think whether something else offered by tho dealur Is likely to bo " hist as good." You pay only for the good you got. OD tboBO terms it's the cheapest. Klirtrlc Hitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure n)l diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples and lioils, Salt Hheum aud other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system aud prevent as well as cure Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache. Constipation and Indigestion try Electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price .1(1 cents and SI per bottle at any drug store. 5 ODBXEY MEMORIAL DOILDINQ. years president of the board of trustees. It is called Gurley Memorial hall, and will be appropriately inrcribed as the Troy Female seminary, founded by Emma Willard in 1821. Us cost -was about $15,000. This building will be dedicated, with appropriate ceremonies, on tho 8th of June, 189*3, aud immediately after the closing exercises of the school the old building will bo removed. HEI.BN A. JOHNSON. ARE YOU HUNRY POll A HOME? If so write to Geo. T. Nicholson, O. V. & T. & S. V. R. It. Topeka, Kansas, for a copy of the new edition of Oklahoma folder, containing full account of Cherokee Strip and Chickasaw Nation. DO YOU WANT SOME YELLOW GOLD? It can be easily obtained in the new mining camp of Cripple Creek, Colorado, near Pike's Peak, directly reached via Santa Pe Route. The sensation nf * 1802. ARE YOU THINKING OP GOING EAST? The Democratic Convention tit Chicago, June 21st, and tho N tional Educational Association meeting at Saratogo, July 12th. affords good chances to buy reduced rate tickets via Santa Pe Route. A COOL RECEPTION IN HOT WEATHER, Can be had by buying tourist tickets to Colorado, on sale be ginning June 1st. It will pay you to investigate what tht Santa Fe Route has to offer, before making final arrangements. J. W, TKDFOiin, Agent. FRAZEE & WILSON The Plumbers. WHAT? They do all kinds of plumbing and piping, and sell tlfe old reliable Goodyear Hose. HOW? They do all]their work in a first-class manner, and make very reasonable charges. WHEN? They are prepared at times to do all repairing, or any work in their line. No. 13 Second Avenue West. Telephone 140. BEFORE The GelGliratsfi Francii Cm 'APHBODITHIf'SiM 13 S OLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease or any disorder ofthogen erative organs of either sex/' •whether ariBing » . ..from tho. execs- AFTER Btve use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscretion, over indulgence, Ac, Bucb. aa L-esa of Brain power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in tho bacK, Seminal Wcakneps, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration .Nocturnal Emissions, Lou corrhoDft,Dlt- rlneBS. Weak Memory. Loas of Power and Impotency, vrhlch If neplecteti often lead to premature old aero and insanity. Price $1.00 a box 6 boxes fot $5.00. Sent by mall on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE Is given for every $6.00order received, to refund tho money If a Permanent cuxfliBtust effected. Wo havo thousands of testimonials from old and young of both, sexes, who havo been pctutaaontly cured by the use of Aphrodit ine. Circulara tree. Mention paper. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. 67 Washington St., CHICAGO, UJL. For sale by A. & A. Prng Co. THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements inserted In this depart meiu will be charged for at the rate of one- half cent per worn; they must be Inserted for a definite number of times and paid for when Insertion commences. This rule will lie strictly observed in all cases. WANTED. W ANTED—flood clean, cotton rats N EWS office press room, \fll\ good price. ;il the pay W ANTED- of land In Kcno. ToselloHeot the best sections county. A bargain Inquire at this ofllce. tf chine In use. Purchasers for the VI 1*. Hutton. agent. - Smith- inr tf W ANTKD—Dy a ladv who needs and wants work, plain sewing, sunbonnets a.speclalty. AH!;:; Fifth avenue east. tf DALESM151*- Energetic men wanted. Free k5 prepaid outtlt.^ Ohe^ of our a l*er earned over (20,000 In live years, LIITI, New York. enls has O. box W ANTED—Two or three good men to sell nursery stock. Can make easily S IT month. Apply at College building. .TSS'i orth Alain street, room 17. tf W E offer agents big money, in exclusive territory, our liew patent safes, sell at sight In city or country. New agents rirst in Held actually getting rich, one agent In one day cleared $S(I. So can you. Catalogue free. Alpine Safe Co., No. :io:i-:i7l, Clark St.. Cincinnati. O. Sun-l.'lt BY one in need of Iriiormatlon on the abject of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of "Book tor Advertisers, 308 pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postage paid, on receipt of price. Contains a careful compilation from the American Newspaper journals; gives the circulation rating of every one, and a good deal of information aboiM rates and other matters pertaining to the oiiBincfta of advertising. Address Kmv- ell's Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., New York, tf LOST. L OST—At Riverside Park, Sunday, a pair of spectacles. Finder leave at this of llce. If L OST—A black Gordon setter dog. H months old; has slit In right ear. A liberal reward for Its return to the Missouri Pacltic depot. r tf F OUND—In iront nf Midland hotel, of spectacles, calling at this nntlce. pair Owner can have same by oflice and paying for this FOR SATvK. B V)R SAkE—Old papers in packages of 100 for sale at the NEWS office. F [OR SALE—Large steam Singer Sewing machine. Enquire at this oQlce. tf F OR SALE Enquire at No. is, Fifth ,U a bargain. Steinway piano. ' " avenue west. tf RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Itoclt Islnnd* EARTWAHP. No. 22. Mail and Express No. 'M. Night Express •No. tH.FrelghtAccomtnodatlon pn. 4 •JSPAH'tfl. 8:. r >0 a. m> n-ao p. m 11:45 p. m» 0i55 p. m-| •1:00 p. mi •TBBTWAIIU. I DKPA.UTS. No. S3. Mall and Express | «:20 a. m No. in. Night Express *No.JI![. Freight Acconinioda^ No. iil runs to Tratt only. No. 23 rnns through to Dodge City ami Liberal. •No. (ii daily except Sunday. •No. 03 dally except Sunday. Missouri I 'liellle, Local Freight (daily) leaves I -iSJ". 8 *" atl (dally) leaves W. & C. Acc. (dally) mixed leaves. WlGSTWAKtl. Local Freight (daily) leaves W.&C. Acc.idallyimlxed arrives Denver Express (dally) leaves.. 0:00 a. mj 0:30 a. m 4:10 p. ml l):4r. a. ml 0:4*1 a mj 7:S'i P- m) Cars run through to St. change • Chair Cars to Denver free of charge is the short line to all points west, ' „ P. .1. LEJMBACH H. C. TOWNSEND , Gen. Pas. Agent. Louis without Thi9 Agent; Hutchinson &ftoutheru." •No, 2, Mail and Express.. tNo. o 1 Frelghtand Acc'n. •No. 1, Mail and Express... tNo, B, Freight and Acc'n.. AKH1VK8. 0:30 p. m lt^lo_a.m DEPAHT8~ 8:00 a. m. 3:15 p. m. •Dally. tDaily except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutchinson and Kingman with diverging lines. Atchison, Topeku A Suntu Fe. In effect on and after May 18B-J. WKSTUOCHD. Trains. Denver & Utah V.Ex Calif or n 1 aj &Mex. lim. Coloradol night Ex Freights. Freight. . Leave Kansas City. 10:45 a.m.! 10:55 a.m. 0:20 p.m. ,1:30 p.m. Arrive Hutchinson. a-.40p.rn 0:10p.m. 7:45a.m. 3:43p.m a:40p.m, Leave Hutchr inson. KA8TUOUND. |«:40p: Hililp. 8:05a.m.i 7:b'5p.m> Trains. Ne.w York Limited Ex. Chicago Vestibule ExW Cannon ballj Missouri rlv- 1 er night Ex Freights Freight Arrive Hutchinson. 8:15 p tn 4:00 u m 8:35 a m Leave Hutchinson. 10:01pm 1:28pm' 0:30 am Arrive Kansas City. 4:40,p in 0:10 pm 7:00 a m Ghlcngo, Kniisns & Western Railroad. Hutchinson Extension, F OR SAHE—Two Job printing presses at a ngurethatls away down below actual value. Inquire atonce at the N EWS ofllce, or write for description. tf Trains. 15 p Leave Hutchinson. Arrive Kinsley Accom'd lion 341 8:20 a in 1:20 p m Leave Kinsley Arrive Hutchson. Arrrive Kansas Olty. New York Limited Ex. Accom'd'tlon 4 342 4:37am 3:25 pm 7:50 a in 8:10 pm 4:40 pm F OR SALE—At W. ranch, i TROY FKJIALK SEMINARY. the world in bolinlf of woiuon'B higher education, thut it lnw not been instrumental in tho foundation of tho many colloges for their bonolit, and tho final opening to tlioni of the universities aud colleges for young inen? MrB. Willard wrote and published several works, which would have giveu her a lasting fame aside from hor school. She remodeled the entire system of teaching geography and history, and the result was "Woodbridgo and Willard's Bchool Geography" and "Wil- 9 lprd'a Histories uud Okrouographer," in- V '~1tho "Temple of Time." As a HUtorJo Rook Hotue. HAJUUMAN, Tonn., May IS).—Two miles from Deer Lodge, east Tennessee, there is a place of great historical interest, known as tho Rock House. It is a natural formation, away up at tho head of a deep, shaded and secluded glen, and an experienced guide is always necessary to find the way to it. This Bock House was the refuge during tho war of hundreds of loyal Union men and their families, who wero compelled to seek safety in seclusion during that gloomy and bloody period. There is an ovor- hanging rock of immense proportions, tho space underneath being largo enough to accommodate 500 or 000 people, ft is forty feet from the ground at the mouth or front to the rocky roof overhead, this height being gradually reduced as it goes inward. Tho width at tho front and for some distance back is forty-five yards, or V.S5 feet. A spring of clear, cold water comes from the earth at the extreme rear of the cavern—a Providential provision as many believe. Tho place is as impenetrable and hard to reach now as it was when tho poor refugees trod tho secret paths which they alouo know during the war. Not many miles away still lives John Do Armoud, who at one time was under sentence of death for maintaining his Union sentiments and rendering aid aud comfort to northern soldiers. Uncle John refused to leave his homo and seek protection elsowhere. aud finally he fell into the hands of a desperate squad of Confederates, and was sentenced to bo shot the next morning at sunrise. That night, however, a detachment of Union cavalrymen dashed iu and not only saved Uncle John's life, but captured his captors and took them to camp. Ho iB living on his farm, enjoying the peaceful side of his life. J. W. BIUDWKLL. STIPATION. AffHct&kttK.Wie American people yet thero is only ono preparation ol Sursupariila Ibnt acts cu tbo bowels nnil reaches this important trouble, and that is Joy's Vegetable Sarstvparilla. It relieves it in 21 hours, and an occasionaldoaoprc- •vcutB return. Via refer, by permission, to C. E. Elkingtou, 125IxHiust Avenue, Suu Frauelsco; J. II, Rrown, Petuluma. Cnl.j II. S. Wltin, Geary Court, 8.F., and hundreds ot others who have used it iu constipation. One letter is asaroplo o( hundreds. ElUingion, writc.i: " 1 havo been for years subject to bilious headaches and constipation. Have been HO bad iur a year back havu had to take a physic every other night or else I would have a headache. Ouo bottle of J. V, 8., put mo in splendid Bbapo. It positively controls constipation." V ~Uho "T( *r sho / was equally successful, Motivo Powers of Cir' Respiration uud Its Couldn't Grin and lteur It. NEW YORK, May 19.—Mr. (JarlSchurz is a man whoso friendship with Mr. Nast could not bear the strain of tho artist's pencil. "My caricatures," said Mr. Nast, "made him very angry at me. And although 1 feel as kindly toward him as ever, wo uever speak to eaoh other when wo moot. For my part, 1 see no reason why 1 should uot bo permitted to differ with people politically and to express myself in my own way without forfeiting their esteem aud friendship. It appears to be only when ouo is a caricaturist that dill'eienco of opinion necessarily involves tho penalty of oumity and hatred." X. Vegetable Sacsaparilla An J. V. S. Is positively the only .Sapapnrllla compounded to control cciir.llpctl'.rt, iiviict on Joy's and don't bo talked Into ta!: In;; any other. For sale by A. J. Baumharilt, first opor north of Santa Fe hotel. The Last Drop Is as good as the first. No dregs. All pure and wholesome. The most popular drink of the day. Hires'g* A perfect thirst quencher. Don't be deceived If a dealer, for the sake of larger profit, letln yaw some other kind Is "jiiKt. as good "—'tis false. No Imitation is na good as the genuine H IRES'. 11. Underwood's hog . two mllcw east ot tne packing house, thorough-bred Poland China pigs. Edly Ot-wly It C, J. O'BUIES, Manager. No. II carries throu sleeping cara to San h Pullman and tourist lego. Los Angeles, San I J IOH SALE— 1,000 bottle* of the famous J Blush of Hoses for the complexion. It sells like hot cakes [with maple syrup] in the winter and like soda water in the summer. .!. M. Beam, proprietor Midland Pharmacy. FOR RENT. IOU RENT—Furnished and unfurnished rooms in the Woodard block. 153 W ANTED—To rent, two nicely furnished rooms; Inquire at 1,009 "North Main street. 4t F PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN THE BEST SHOE IU THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It Is a seamless f lioe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt thurcet; made- of tho best One calf, stylish ana ea»y, and because we make mom shoes o/thU grade than any other manufacturer. It equals band* sewed ahocR costlug from $t.(X) to (5.00. (BR OOGctiutuo 11 aud-HB wed. tho finest calf yvi shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French imported Rhoes which coBt from $3.00 to $12.00. CIA 00 Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe, Uuo calf. stylish, comfortable ami durable. The best Bhoe ever ofioreil at this price: same grade as Ot* torn-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00- ffiO 50 Pollco Hhooi Farmers, Railroad Men •*» w • and Letter Carriers all wear them; fine calf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three sales, ex tea* eion edge. Oue pair will wear a year. <&0 90 fine en I ft no hotter shoe ever offered 8.1 iSJtmm this price; one trial will convince thoee who want a shoo for comfort and service. <CO 25 and $2.00 WorklncmanM shoot *P »fc • are very strong and durable. Those who havo given them a trial will wear no other make, D AUC I &S.OU aud ft 1.75 uchool shoes are B wj <D worn by the boys everywhere; theyaell on their merits, as the Increasing sales BUOW, ' I nf|i A e 93*00 lliind-tictved shoo, best kClVI Dongola, vary stylish; equals French Imported Bhoes costing from $1.00 to $6.0(1. Indies' 'J.30, 9'J.OO and 81.75 shoe for Hisses are tho best fine Uongoia. Stylish and durable, S Jautiou.—See that V?. X* vouglaa' name and ce ore Btamped on tho bottom ol each shoe. ty TAKE, NO eUBSTITI5TE.^| Insist on local advertised dealera supplying yon. W. It. DOUGLAH, Brockton* iUasn, %aldb7 YOUNG BROS. rjJYBIOANS. jg H. SIDLI S GER T" PhyHlclnn and Surgeon. Office over Sldllnger's drug store, telephone, 16; residence, 60. Office Francisco and City of Mexico. till - -• - ... "prii and Denver, malting connections atPueijlo ... rough Pullman sleepers and chair carB to Pueblo, Coloradao Springs and Colorado Springs with through sleepers for San Francisco and Portland, via. Salt carries through Pullman sleeper to Lake No. Dodge City and through coaches to Pueblo and Uenver. No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas city and Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St. Louis. No. (I carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and St. Joseph. Mo. OEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. T. & P. A., Topeka, ICan. J. W. TBoroitD Agent Santa Pe Route. Hutchinson. RS. STEWART, :)27 North Main. DR. J. E. STEWART. Practice limited to Surgery and Diseases or Women. DR. R.4A. STEWART, Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Glasses properly adjusted. J. W MAGUIRE, M. D„ Trents Kye, ftar, Nose and Throat Diseases Carefully. Ofllce, No. 119 North Main. Residence, 608 North Main. Attention, Ladies. J G. MALCOLM, Physician and Surgeon (Homeopathic) Oflice 112 1st avenue east J L. CONN, Dentist. Parlors comer of Main and First avenue, over Reddersen's store. ATTOKNUYS. fNO. W. ItOBERTsT Attorney at "Law, Rooms 2, :i and 4, Mo. tl South Main. L ESLIE & CRAWFORD. Attorneys at Law. Successors to Swigart & Crawford. Penney Building, opposite* Court House. WEAKNESS HEN QUIOKLY, THOROUGHLY, FOREVER OUREO — by » new perfected scientific method that cannot fall unless tho oasQ la beyond human nld, You feel improved tho first, day, fee) a bene* fit every day: aoonknow yourself a kln« among men ia body, mma ana heart, Pratnsandlosses ended. Kvory obstaolo to happy married Ufor©* moved, Nerve foroo, will, energy, brainpower, when fulling or lost are restored by this treat* went, AUsmallandweaK portions of tho body enlarged and strengthened. Victims of abuses and excesses, reclaim four mimhoudl Sufferers from fotly.overwdrk.lll health, regain yuur vigor! Don't dcspalr.evon If In tho lust stages. Uon'tbodlsheart etted if quacks have rub- bod you. liotua show yuu thut medical RCIOUCC* and business honor still exist; hero go bund In band. Write lor our Hook with explanations & proofs, mailed neuleil free* Over J5,O0O reference*. ERIE MEDICAL 00., BUFFALO, H. 7, If you want neat Morning Wrappers .Stylish Tailor Made Gowns or Street Dress, Handsome Tea Gowns. .Elegant Evening Costumes, call on Miss E. a. C HURCH, 324M North Main, College Building, Room No. 5. French, English, and American fashion plates to choose from. All work warranted to givo entire satisfaction both as to fit ahd finish. I most respectfully solicit the patronage of all who need mj* services. MUSIC LESSON. 1 -will receive pupils in music at my residence, 405 east Sherman. Vocal music taught in classes or private lessons. M KS. A. W. I NNES. Jj -jDWAKD A. HAKHIMAN, Attorney ut Law. Office in Hutchinson National Bank building -yj^-M. WH1TELAW, Attorney at Law, Omce over First National Bank. Entrance on Sherman street. STATE AGENCY U, S. Life Insurance Company ol'New York City. R. M^HENDERSON, •" ' Manager. Issues all the popular policies, the continuable term and the guaranteed income being the most popular. The former furnishes insurance at cost; the latter can be used as collateral for a loan from the company. These are very popular plans. All policies non-contestable and non-forfeitable. The simplest contract extant. All losses paid without discount soon as proofs are received. R. M. H ENDERSON, * Manager. ^^•aiTESlDE & GLBASON Attorneys at Law, Office, 1, 2, 3, 4, over No. 24 South Main St. rjlAYLOR & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law, Office, up-atatrs, Masonic Temple. ]^£ODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Meet in the hall of McClurg's store, at No. 20 South Main street, e^ery Monday evening. Visiting neighbors always welcome. W. IV. MAIISJIAW,, Cleric. A. M. HUTCHINSON, V. G 1188 8. WATER 8T. CirtCAG-O, IUX J., COMMISSION MERCHANTS B OARDERS W ANTED At the old reliable barn of J. H. M'CLURG, Corner of Second and Walnut, adjoining Brunswick hotel. This barn is neat and clean, having all been overhauled and .white washed, and is well ventilated, conveniently located and the safest barn from fire in the city. The proof of this is that insurance companies give the lowest rate of insurance on it than any livery barn in the city. It is also furnished with electric light, telephone and water. Horses delivered and sent for. Satisfaction is guaranteed to.all ouv patrons. We also keep a few first-class rigs, safe single and double driverB. Rigs and harness new.. J. H. M'CLURG, Prop. IN "LUCK 13 PLUCKS If you have run u muck agalnat BO mo Dir couraglng Dlspaflfi which you don't tvantvout family ttoclor to know about, remember that t" ' • • " •! explains our E»clua vo' f'i«nf ,* TesiimtinlulH: Hook mailed (soalet lr»»lorii.!i((f.Hlmr .Sim ;MZDI0AL0O.Bon»li>H. 1NF1GUTIXQ DISEASK, i'OU U'tti FIND THA "PLUCK WINS LUCK!" BROOM CORN P «V» * Omlo I 'OWM . A. AHtmiil'o., Wool, XurrbaMt-tKutlM-ml Bnt-k. W8END FOR CATALOGUE. 3»taeh.ft-7 *'*airlt'|ltiw- .110 80 ^_34-lw*h.a>j***tJ|rU' 86 00... 21 (to & JaUnoii, / n »it \ T6 00... 40 .HiMacti, V.(le*rluci ^nO W.. bl 40 WVIocfe .acQU'' WiM.- 40OQ 'CHAMARMSCO..ST.L0UI$,Ha Freeman & Haines, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. PAPER HAHGIHG AID DECOHATIMG A SPECIALTY. Also'dealers in Paints, Oils, Glass and Pointers' Supplies. 10 Second Avenue East. /No.
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