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2. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THUBSDAY, JUKE 9, 1892. PAST flNDTRESENT By Mm B, V. A, ZOOE. tOopyrtght, 1WJ, by American Proud Amor in MUD.] "Bring the llyht, Hannah," he mid, as he punned thrawjh the hall. A door opened and a withered old •woman oanio in currying u lamp, its flickering flame serving littlo more than to make visible the darkness and shadows in tho dismal old room. As the old 'woman placed the lamp on a dark mahogany table at ono end of the room, a blast of wind blew tho rain against the window panes, and the loud crash of a fallen tree startled them IU. The men involuntarily rose to their feet, when at the door by which the old woman had entered wns thrust in an excited fivco. "Mr. John, there's a pony to ono of them littlo carta, run up tho drive front of tho house, and I think somebody was throwed out." Mr. Somers recognized the voice of Tommy Hweet, a hired man. "Go out and catch the pony, Tommy," he said, "and 1 will come," and ho hnrriod into the hall and opened tho heavy oak door. The lawyer and the old woman carrying tho lamp followed him into tho hall, and the lawyer Etood in tho deep arched doorway peeping out into the darkness whero Mr. Somers' figure was swallowed up. Then ho caught tho gleam of a lantern through tho wet blowing branches and heard voices. "Tie the pony in the ahed and hurry back here," ho heard Mr. Somers call. Then out of the darkness enmo John Somers, carrying something in his arms, and tho frightened voice of a child. Ho carried his burden up the low Btone steps, tho rain pouring down whorover it could penetrate tho thick shade. "Bring the light, Hannah," ho said, as ho passed through tho hall, followed close by tho child, and deposited his burden on a deep haircloth sofa, that had gloomily filled its placo for years at ono end of the long room. The lawyer took the lamp from t,he frightened old woman, and its light fell on tho motionless figure of a young girl, her face white against the black cushions. Tho child stood close to the couch, her eyes big with fright. "Oh, do you think Aunt Margery is deadV" sho asked, looking up at Mr. Somers, who was bending over tho girl and trying to feel her pulse. "No, child," ho said reassuringly, • "only hurt a littlo," then turning to tho others; "she lias fainted, I think. Hannah, bring a glass of water and camphor if you have it." The lawyer drew tho child to him. "How did it all happen, littlo lady?"— sho was clearly that—"tell me about it." "Aunt Margery and I took mother to the cars; it's a long drive, but we never thought it would rain. As wo were coming home the storm came up, and 1 made Bobby run, but it blow and rained worse and worse, and I was frightened. Then 1 told Aunt Margery there yius an old woman with a big cap and a kind faco lived in here. I had seen her in the garden when I went by, so wo turned Bobby in at the gate. Then this tree blew dowu and frightened him and he throw Aunt Margery' '"'d mo both out, hut 1 wasn't hurt. I expect he's sorry— ho is a good pony, only ho was frightened. Oil, Aunt Margery!"— and as tho girl u|>eiiod her eyes the child ran to her ami Idssed her, tho anxious littlo face dimpling with delight. "You aro not much hurt, aro your" "No, Rosa, I don't think BO. What has happened? Whero aro we?" And as tho color came back to her white cheeks sho tried to raiBe horeelf and look around hor. Tho two men drew back and left tho little girl to explain "Don't you remember. Aunt Margery, wo turned into tho kind old woman's house—there sho is—anil Bobby was frightened and ran the cart against a tree—then a man came and caught him and this big gentleman carried you in here? Oh, I was afraid you were killed." And she leaned against the girl with a sob. "Don't cry, Rosa; you have been a bravo girl" Then, OH old Hannah held a glass of water to her lips, "Thank yon," she said, and tried to sit up "You're just drenched, miss," said tho old woman, who had gathered up her wits, laying her hand on the girl's shoulder; "and tho little girl too. They'd bettor come with me, sir," turning to Mr. Somers, "and get their clotheB dry." Then us tho girl involuntarily gluuood towurd the window, "the rain is pouring dowu. It ain't fit for a dog to bo out in such a storm." "You aro right, Hannah," said John Somers dooidodly. "Porhaps you can And some dry clothing in tho house for the lady and littlo girl," and ho crossed the room aud opened the door as tho girl raised herself, and loaning on Han uah's arm and followod closely by thu child allowed horsolf to be led into Han uah's domains, "When you have made ou h them comfortable, bring coffee to us hero, and perhaps they will como and take Borne with us," said Mr. Somers. "You aro vory kind," said the girl, and ho closed tho door and came back to his chair. "This seems destinod to be an ovent- ful day," said the old lawyer. "What do yon propose to do with your guests?" "If this storm does not wear itself out soon they must try to put up with tho accommodations that we can offer them. Undo Martin must have had some habitable roomB. I am glad tho accident was no worse—it is a bad storm to be caught out in. I wonder who they are. I suppose they will enlighten us." Soon tho door opened and botli men glanced toward it. Tho young girl, leading tho child by tho hand, advanced into the room with a dignity ami line carriage of her slender fignro that impressed both men. Hannah hrid been won upon by tho Btranger, and hud hunted out somo long unused garments for her. A long, black dress fitted itself fairly well to her figure, ami over \\vi shapely shoulders Hannah had pinned a little crape shawl, crossed in front aftera fashion of her youth. The girl had soft, brown eyes, and light hair twisted high on her head. As sho entered the men rose, and Mr. Somers drew another chair in front of the fireplace. "I hope Hannah has made you as comfortable as possible, and that you will not bo the worse for your accident and tho drenching," Mr. Somers said. "Sho was very kind," answered the girl, her hand on the back of the chair. "I came to explain who wo are, and to ask if we may impose further on your kindness." "Will you not sit down and let us consider what can be done?" said John Somers, and as sho seated herself in the straight backed leather chair, the child on a hassock at her feet, the gloomy old room wore a more cheerful air. The evil and trouble that had como vividly out of the past that stormy evening, as tho darkness fell and the lawyer related the wicked deeds of the mon who had lived bad lives and died awful deaths in that same house, faded away, as if across tho dark post fell a ray of light, holding out hope of a brighter future. "My namo is Douglas," she said. She fancied tho little lawyer gave a start, but Mr. Somers, whom sho addressed, showed no change of expression, only his deep set oyes watched her intently. "I am viBiting my friend Mrs. Carleton; perhaps you know the property that they have lately bought not far from here." "I wonder if it can bo Jack Carleton, who was at college with me?" and he smiled as he spoke. "Mr. Carleton is often called Jack by his frionds,'' she said. "Ho was very popular at college; he greatly enjoyed a joke, and his laugh was so irresistible that tho dullest was forced to join in and forget his woes and ho cheerful while in his company. What property did he buy? I have not spent much time here the last few years. "I do not knowwhether I can describe it. It may bo a inilo from here, not farther, I should think; one hundred acres, and a long, low house, partly stone." "Aunt Margery, the hired people call it Josey Joues' place," interposed Rosa gravely. "Oh, yes, I knew that place well when I was a boy; it is not more than a uile from hero." The girl resumed her explanation, Rosa and I started for our drive with no thought of a storm; it came up very suddenly, did it not?" "Yes, and you were not under shelter too soon," said Mr.- Nelson, "There might have been trees blown across tho road, and tho thunder and lightning are enough to frighten any horse." "I am glad your mother is not at home worrying about UB, Rosa," she said, turning to tho child. "Yes, it is well," answered Rosa, "and father will start out on Peterkin to try and find us as soon as he possibly can, 1 know." "I would offer to send a man to tell Ma-. Carleton of your safety," said Mr. Somers, "but while tho storm' is so heavy I do not think it would be safe. I am very glad you reached even tho poor accommodations that this neglected old house affords, Are you sure you are not the worse for your fall?" "No," sho said, "though I muBt have been stunned, for I am not given to fainting. There must have' been strong provocation for my weak behavior, And the old housekeeper"—with a smile and the shadow of a grimaco at tho thought—"kindly forced on us both a quantity of somo decoction that will without fail prevent all ill effects from our drenching." "I hope now your docility is to bo rewarded by something more appetizing," said Mr. Somers, as Hannah entered and moved out from the wall at one end of the room a mahogany table, the leaves of which sho adjusted and presently placed on its dark surface a supper, served in a strauge medley of dishes, from heavy Btonoware to dainty old china. As the last two candles in heavy sil ver candli'stieifs, tall and of graceful shape, were placed on tho table, Rosa whose eyftl <|ls had looked hoavy in the firelight, roused herself and watched Hannah with interest us she deposited on tho table a lurgo silver coffee urn. "May I leave you, Miss, to pour the coffee? There's a skylight that always leak* when it rainB and I haven't had time yet to put anything undor it. I 'd like to go to see to it," sho said with an auxioUB face. "Wo should bo very grateful," said Mr. Somers, and tho girl quietly seated herself behind tho urn, Mr. Nelson plac ing tho child at his right hand and devoting himself to her comfort. "Some have entertained angels una wares," passed through John Somers mind—"this is certainly u more coin forUiblo stato of things than anything I had looked for in this dismal place." As tho girl poured tho coffee from the hoavy old urn tho half flowing sleeve of her old fashioned black gown fell back aud disclosed a wrist and arm that u sculptor might have been glad to copy She talked pleasantly to the two men, but there was a simple dignity in her cou- versotiiai that won the admiration of both. When they left tho table sho walked to the window and listened for a taoinont to the storm. "Tho storm does not sound so violent," sho said. "If Mr. Carleton does not como or send Boon, would it bo imposing too much on your kindness to ask you lo send a man to let him know whero wo are? Ho will bo so uneasy, and ho cannot know that we found such good shelter." As she paused the great knocker sounded loudly and Mr. Somers hurried to tho door to admit Mr. Carleton, whoso cheerful faco wore an unwonted expression of anxiety, which was lifted as Rosa ran forward and throw honiclf into his wet arms, with an impetuous rush that surprised tho strangors, who had witnessed tho quiet manner of ,the littlo woman. Miss Douglas, in the background, was perhaps ;is much relieved, though not so demonstrative. "So yon and Margery found shelter here, while 1 have been fearing you were drowned or dashed to pieces. Why, Somers, is it really you in Aha flesh, old man? Who would have dreamed of finding you in this remote region I" turning to the man who appeared to bo the host, and who returned his greeting with less amazement and equal cordiality. "My man, who is almost as good as an Indian on a scent, saw some tracks in a sheltered place that led him to think the pony and cart had turned in here. Aro yon both in good order—no bones broken? Somers, you must imogine my gratitude till 1 can express it bettor." "Nonsense, we did nothing; the obligation is on tho other Bide; the young ladies' company has been a great boon, I can assure you; has it not, Nelson?" It was soon arranged that the man who had accompanied Mr. Carleton should ride home and bring a carriage for Miss Douglas and Rosa, and meanwhile they withdrew to Hannah's domains to make what preparation they could for their drive home. "Thank you so much, "and good night, Mr. Somers," Miss Douglas said rather shyly, as ho stood by the carriage regardless of the rain falling on him through the trees, and she reached through the carriage window a small ungloved hand, which John Somers had time to hold for some seconds while Mr. Carleton and tho lawyer were exchanging last words. The carriage disappeared in the darkness, and the two men returned to a silent contemplation of the wood lire through tho smoke of their cigars. But before parting for the night John Somers asked the lawyer if he thought that the name of their visitor was likely to prove anything but a strange coincidence. "It is not an uncommon name," said tho lawyer, "I wish you would bo kind enough to make some inquiry through Mr. Carleton," said John Soiners. "If there is no connection, as is very likely, Miss Douglas need never know the Btory —it is not a pleasant one to tell where it will do no good," with a rather bitter expression on his dark face. f \ 'You are right. I will do as you wish aud let you know," said Mr. Nelson. But when he took his bedroom candle and made his way to the kitchen to ask a glass of water at Hannah's hands, she beckoned to him mysteriously to closo the door after him. . "Mr. NelBon, you know the story of this place as well as me. When I saw that young lady in that old fashioned frock with tho little crape shawl pinned across, she looked so like that picture up in the west attic that I thought I'd scream out. I was always told that picture was the livin image of poor MrB. Douglas, taken when she was first married. Comin in as she did out of the storm, aud just when the last of the Boultons was laid away, I declare it gave me a turn." "Nonsense, Hannah, you are nervous, and no wonder. The young lady is a' friend of the people who bought tUe Josey Jones farm. Go to bed and get a good night's sleep and things will look more natural tomorrow." Taking his candle, ho walked slowly up the broad old stuirway, but before ho fell asleep under the heavy curtainB of tho big bed in his dark old ^chamber he revolved many thingB in his mind, and wondered what would be the result of his friend's Quixotic resolve, for he could not help a feeling of warm interest in this man, who was bent on repairing so far as ho could tho evil that the men of his race had wrought. [TO BB CONTINUED.] '"v'SPs Nuturu's First Luw. First Freak—How do the skeleton and tho fat lady, recently married, get along? Second Freak—The fat lady complains that her husband won't let her sit on his lap. First Freak—Well, self preservation is the first low of nature, you know.— Yankee Blade. Sri Wi;M — an the proper functions of wo man- bood. Dr. llorce'i Favorite Prescription Is the remedy. It regulates and promotes their action, and removes the obstructions and suppressions which cause trouble and misery. At the two critical periods In a woman's life—tho change from girlhood to womanhood, and, later, the " change of life"—it is a pirfoctly safe and an especially valuable remedial agent, that can produce only good results. it's a powerful, invigorating tonio, and a soothing and strengthening nervine; a legitimate medicine—purely vegetable, perfectly harmless—and carefully adapted, by an experienced physician, to woman's delicate needs. For all the derangements, irregularities, nnd weaknesses peculiar to tho Rex, tho " Fovorlto Prescription " is a remedy so eor- tnin that It can be (niarmifecrf. If it doesn't give satisfaction in every case, the money is returned. No other medlclno for women is sold In (his way, No other medicine con be, What He Out. Jones (very cross)—Throw that thing away, do. Brown (very happy)—Look herel 1 dou't very often give sixpence for u cigar, but when 1 do Jones—You get fourpeuce change!— Exchange. ^ Explicit. Waiter—Have a bit of spring chicken, sir? Guest—Yes, please. And, waiter, make it this spring, please.—Detroit Free Press. Probably Not. Thomson—1 intend to change my hotel. Johnson—Does your landlord know it? -Yankee Blado. Fall to Do Our Duty. Everybody has at times failed to do their duty towards themselves. Hundreds of lady renders suffer from sick headache, nervousness, sleeplessness and female troubles. Let them follow the example of Mrs. H. Herbechter, Stevens Point, Wis., who for five years suffered greatly from Nervous Prostration and sleeplessness, tried physicians and different medicines without success. But one bottle of Dr. Miles' Ner­ vine caused sound sleep every night and she Is feeling like a new person. Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler, Laramie City, Wyoming, who tried nil other remedies, declares that after three week's use of the Nervine for Headache, Nervous Prostration, etc., she was entirely relieved. Sold by A: & A. Drug Co. Trial bottle free. Beggs' little giants are the most effectual pill on the market. Safe, sure and certain. Sold nnd warranted by A. J. Baumhardt. Is your hair falling out or turning gray, Try Beggs' Hair Renewer. It acts lige magic. Sold and warranted by A. J. Baumhardt. The Handsomest Lfttly lu Hutchinson Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew that Kemp's Balsam for the throat was a superior remedy, as it had stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you of its merit, any drugist will give you a sample bottle FREE. Large sive 50c and 81. French Tansy Wafers. These wafers are for the relief and 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. 106 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kan. THAT HACKING COUGH' can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold bv A. & A. Drug Co. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh Cure. For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. ' WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspepsia and liver complaint? Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. . For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. One Thousand Dollars Reward.—To any one who will furnish us a receipt that will cure a cough, cold or any disease of the throat or lungs sooner or more effectually thamBeggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. Sold and warranted by A. J. Baumhardt. Hawkeye Condition Powders are the best for stock of all kinds. Sold and warrented by A. J. Baumhardt. , i . THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements Inserted In this depart ment will be charged for at the rate of one- half cent per word; tlicy must be Inserted for a definite number of limes and paid tor when Insertion commences. This rule will be strictly observed In all cases. WANTED. W ANTED—Good, clean rags at the NEWS presH room. W ANTKD-liirl for general housework In family of three. Inquire at 20". Kourtli avenue cast. . :( t 'ANTED— Good clean, cotton rags at the NEWS offlce press room, will pay w good price W ANTED-A boy about 15 years of age to work about two hours In the morning. Apply at 21 North Main Street. at ANTED—Hv a ladv wno needs and wants work, plain sewing, sunbonnets :lalty. AH2-1 Fifth avenue east. If w aispeclalty W ANTED—Agents at once. Ladies or gentlemen. Libera! wages and steady employment. Inquire at No. 10 South Main street. ' e tf W ANTED—A good, smart business man with 8200 or SHOO capital, to take charge of an ofllce for an old established linn. Best of references given and re quired. Address "D. K." NKWS offlce- tf C 'lUT RATES—To Pueblo.Colorado Springs. j Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and, Cincinnati. Kallroad tickets bought, sold and exchanged by C. C. Ernest, the ticket broker, opposite AHdlaml hotel. 201 E' VERY one In need of lnlormatlonon the ! subject of advertising will do well to obtain a copy of "Hook for Advertisers," .'H18 pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postage paid, on recelptof 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 Rowell's Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., New York, tf LOST. L OST— A black Gordon setter dog. 8 months old; has slit in right ear. A liberal reward for its return tothe Missouri Pactllc depot. tf L OST— Between the Higlcy block and First aveuue west, a small gold lace pin with pansy in center. Return to Mrs. Alice My ton and receive reward. 2tQ VOTL HALK. SALE—About 50 tons of ice. Enquire F ORSA 117 N F IOR SALE —Old papers In packages of 100 for sale at the NEWS offlce. F OR SALE—Large steam Singer Sewing machine. Enquire at this offlce. tf F OR SALE—A good road or farm horse Enquire of Vv. A. McQuarie, 210',; North Main. ;it F OR SALE OR TRADE—The Zane house and furniture, near Rock Island Depot. Win. Mangold, proprietor. lit RAILROAD TIME TABLES, Rock Island. KASTWA11D. No. 22, Mall and Express No. 24. Night Express •No. 04, Freight Accommodation WESTWARD. No. 211, Mall and Express No. 21, Night Express 'No. (i;i, Freight Accommodation. DEPARTS. 8:50 a. tn l):S0 p. tn 11:45 p. m 1 DKPAKTS. 0:20 a. m 0:55 p. mt 2:00 p. m. No. 21 runs to Pratt only. No. 23 runs through to Dodge City and Liberal. •No. 04 dally except Sunday. •No. 03 dally except Sunday. Missouri raelllc. KASTWAUD. Local Freight (dally) leaven St. Louis Mail (dally) leaves W\&C. Acc. (dally) mixed leaves. "wKsfwAnn."' Local Freight (dally) leaves..... W.&C.Acc.(dally)mixed arrives. Denver Express (dally) leaves... 0:00 a. mi 0:30 a. m\ 4:10 p. m 0:45 a. m| 0:45 a raj 7:22 p. m\ Cars run, through to St. Louis without change Chair Cars to Denver free of charge. This Is the short Hue to all points west. P. J. LEIMIIAOII , Agent. H. C. TOWNSEND . Gen. Pas. Agent. Ilutehlnsou & Southern. •No. 2, Mall and Express... tNo. 0, Frclglit and_Acc'n.. AlUtlVKS. 0:25 p. m 11:30 a. in •No. 1, Mall and Express.. tNo. 5, Freight and Acc'n., DEPARTS 7:20a. m. 2:30 p. m. •Dally. tDally except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutchinson and Kingman with diverging lines. Atchison, Topckn & Santa Fa. In effect on and after May 22,1802. WESTHOUND. % Trains. p Denver & Utah V. Ex 5 Call for n 1 a & Mex. 11m. :j Colorado night Ex.. 7 Freights. .. 30 Freight. ... 43 Leave Kansas _ c l lty - — 10:45 a.m. 10:55 a.m. 0:20 p.m. .1:30 p.m.] Arrive Hutchinson. 0:40p.m. 0:10p.m. Leave Hutchf lusou. 0:40p.ni\* !>:ltlp.m.* 8:05a.m. EASTtlOUND. :45a.m. 3:43p.m. 0:40p.in. 7:05p.m. New York 1 Limited Ex. Chicago Vestibule Ex'ssl Cannon ball Missouri liver night Ex. Freights Freight Arrive Hutchinson. lt:17am 10:00pm 1:00pm Leave Hutchinson. 8:10 a m 10:01pm 1:20 pin 11:30 a 111 Arrive Kansas City. 4:40ip m 0:40 p m 00 a m i*!?Jj«aj>>li_ Chicago, Kansas £ Western ltiillriind. Hutchinson Extension. F OR SALE—Two Job printing presses at a llgure that is away down below actual value. Inquire atonce at the NEWS offlce, or write for description. tf Trains. % 0 Leave Hutchinson. Arrive Kinsley San Franc'co Teaas Ex Ac.d Hon 3 341 0:20p in 8:20 a m 12:50am 1:20 p m Leave Kinsley Arrive Hutchson. Arrrlve Kansas City. New York Limited Ex. Accoin'd'tion 4 342 5:00 a m 2:25 p m 7:50 a m 8:t0pm 4:40 p m F FOIt BENT. IOR RENT— Furnished and unfurnished rooms In the Woodard block. 153 F OR RENT—Section 5-20-6. Good grass, well watered and fenced. See A. M. .lewell, tt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D A lieiuurkublu Boofety. In those days of societies of all sorts for all kinds, of objects it is difficult tf} find one which is so unique as to excite more than passing comment, but tho Mannssoh socioty, of Chicago, ia certainly entitled to tho palm tor originality. Its membership is confined to colored men who have white wives. Druggists say it is a pleasure to sell Beggs' Family Medicines, as every bottle is warranted for all that the label calls for, so our customers are perfectly safe in buying them. Sold and warranted by A. J. Baumhardt. We truly believe DeWits's Little Earley Risers to be the most natural, most effective, most prompt and economical pill for billiousness, indigestion and inactive liver. Beam's Midland Pharmacy. For lame back side or chest, us. Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents For sale by A. A. Drug Co. SHILOH'S VITALIZED, is what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 50 and 75 cents a bottle For sale by A. & A. Drug'Co. Democrats, Take Notice. The committee on transportation of the delegation from Kansas to the national Democratic convention to be held at Chicago June 21, 1892, have selected the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, as the route by which the Kansas delegation will make the journey, and have authorized me to publish this announcement. W. C. PERRY, Chairman of Committee. In connection with the above, we beg to state that the rate will be one lowest fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold June 10 to 20 inclusive; good to return including July 0. We will arrange a. special train, handsomely decorated, on a schedule which will enable parties from all points in the state to join at convenient Kansas jnuetion points, or at Kansas City. The exact date and time of the train will be announced later. Additional information can be obtained from the nearest Santa Fe agent. The celebrated Bandana club of Leavenworth, the Democratic Flambeau club of Topeka and other prominent Democratic or ganizations will accompany this train. GKO. T. NICHOLSON, G. P. andT. A., Topeka, Kan. W. J. BLACK, A. G. P. and T. A. Strength anil Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippe has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with Sick Headache, you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c at C. B. Sidllngev's drug store. 0 PHYSICIANS. X'hyslclan and Surgeon. s Ofllce over Sldllnger's drug store. Offlce telephone, 16; residence, 60. RS. STEWART, 327 North Main. DR. J. E. STEWART. Practice limited to Surgery and Diseases of Women. DR. R. A. STEWART, Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Glasses properly adjusted, J. W MAGUIRE, M. D., Treats Eye, Ear, Nose nnd Throat Diseases Care rally* Offlce, No. HONorth Main. Residence, 608 North Main. J G. MALCOLM, Physician aud Surgeon (Homoepathlc) Offlce 112 1st avenue east. B J. 1 WETHERBY, Physlclnn and Surgeon. Diseases of w men a specialty. Offlce In Montana block, First Ave.entrance. No. 3 carries through Pullman and tourist sleeping cars to San Diego. Los Angeles. San Francisco and City of Mexico. No. 5 carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Pueblo, Coloradao Springs and Denver, making connections at Pueblo and Colorado Springs with through sleepers for San Francisco and Portland, via. Salt Lake. No. 7 carries through Pullman sleeper to Dodge City and through coaches to Pueblo and Denver. No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St. Louis. No. 0 carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers and chart cars to Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo. GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. T. & P. A„ Topeka, Kan. J. W. TEDITOBD, Agent Santa Fe Route. Hutchinson. L. CONN, Parlors corner of Main and First avenue, over Reddersen's store. ATTORNEYS. JNO. W. ROBERTsT Attorney at Law. Rooms 2, 3 and 4, Mo. 3 South Main. I ESL1E & CRAWFORD. J Attorneys at Law*. Successors to Swlgart & Crawford. Penney Building, opposltcCourt House. •gDWARD A. HARR1MAN, Attorney at Law. Ofllce in Hutchinson National Bauk building -y ^TM. WHITE LAW, Attorney at Law, Offlce over First National Bank. Entrance on Sherman street. -yyHITESlDE & GLEASON Attorneys at Law, Offlce, 1, 2, 3, 4, over No. 24 South Main St rjTAYLOR & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law, Offlce, up-stalrs, Masonic Temple. The Celebrated French Cure. W ^"APHR0D1T1NE'' Is SOLO ON K POSITIVE GUARANTEE to curoanyfonn of nervous dls< ease 01 iny disorder 01 -ho generative organs of either sex,! - . whether arising BEFORE from the exces- „, , t slvo use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscretion, over indulgence, Ac, snoh OB Loss of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pulualn tlio back, Semtnal Woaknoss, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration, Nocturnal Emlsslous, Leucorrhoca, DtzzlncsB, Wenk Memory, Loss of Power and Impotoncy, which if neglected often lead to prcmuturo old age and insanity. Price $1,00 a box, G boxes for &DU. Scut by mail ou receipt of nrloe. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE is given for evury $6,00 order received, to refund the money If al'eruiunentenrt'HnotoffcotciI. Wohavo thousands of lesi Imanltag from old nud young of both BCXOS , who have been permanently cured by the use of Anhrodltlne. ClroularB free. Mention paper. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. WMttrn Branch, P. 0. Box 21. P 6 RTUND, OREGON. A. & A. Drug Co. BOARDERS "WANTED At the old reliable barn of J. H. M'CLTJRGr, 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 lire 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 onr patrons. We also keep a few first-class rigs, safe single and double drivers. Rigs and harness new. J. II. M'Cl'jUItO, Prop. MIDLAND HOTEL. Most contrally located hotel in the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENflRELY. Patronage of traveling men solictcd. Rates, $1,00, $1.25, $1.50 a Day. Be Beautiful! BEAUTIFY AND DEVELOP THE FORM. Oar Complexion 111 each Perform* Miracle* WilnkloHcanboubBOiutcly removed: also auper- flutma hutr, t rocltlus, ucuo, ocT.ouia, plmpioa. lame poroti, rauluB, ninth nau&ea awl black heads.wo are the only spoclallBt tbut successfully dorolopi and twuntlneti Uie puny Umbt* and buat luto woll>rounUt><l and beulthy onus upon tjclontlua prluolploe. Complexion Bleach {per bottle K?JM torSbottloa Rot* Pant*, to remove superfluous hnlr ja.00 Up llouue M) Crown Exquisite Face l'owder 60 Famous Toilet Miusk 5./JQ Medicine with full Instructions to beautify and develop tbe form., QoodB Bocuroly packed and trunsmltUnl by oipress on receipt of remittance, or if desired, cun forward <kO, D* KtK, ABA P. tVAHS. Complexion Bpoeiallst, US B. State street. 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