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it Dttrttoosea. nuTcnisosr, Kansas. POINTER NO. 135. Every way hath a where fore. MOST FAVORABLE are the auspices and conditions under which this "busy corner" store will be nabled to welcome the fast approaohiog spring soason do uipleasant discords here everyone and everything is in pleasant Larmony and alt working and striving for one great en, the success and advencementof the "busy corner," -useful lnees and necessity as a public in stitution ( economic tendencies to en courage competition and to place before Hutchinson people, the latest and best the markets oiler at the lowest minimum cost always. Financially, this store has no peer ()u its Hue of business) in this town abroad assertion, but the truth never-tue-less no notes, (with heavy interest) no borrowed money on account, no old stock and no displeusiug unsatisfactory jears business with its reflections of boyish follies and bad management on the yearly balance sheet On the other hand, this store has just completed its first eleven month's busi ness whiob. has been weeded out this month of everything calcnlated to Drove "bi.it tvi, it u. mat - . tout of ihe stock Our stock is paid tor (to a nt) with this months sales on deposit, besides.' We do a cash business in every sense and can safely say that we are tne only Dry Goods house in this town that can claim as much, and do so, truthfully. We don't pay any interest. "We buy for cash. We pay our bills in ten days (and save our discounts.) We sell for cash. We are not confined to one house in purchases, but buy where we can buy the cheapest, consequently, we are in a position to solioit your business, from a 4,niouey saviug" standpoint, leuvingasied the facts that our goods are newer and more desirable, and that our store is as well lighted (if not better) than any store in Kansas. Our preparations for spring have al eady begun and a few day s will witness the arrival of spring's lovliest and rich est fitioles in silks for waists, and dresses in wash fabrics and the like, Keep your eye on "The Leader." Pro- gressiveness evolution and redoubled efforts in your interests and behalf will find full expression here during this tpring's campaign. tOur Mr. vVeiner leaves for New York City this week to purchase spring goods. He will be Joined by Mi. Milne in Chicago and St. Louis, later. (Sigael LEADER IDE Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE, Managers. (OOffTY HEWS l'Hn OOU EX- CHJLRGES. EYom AW'Bji.on Kn.ei-p.lso. Died, hi rado, Kans., 011 Saturday. Jan. 19 the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Burr she waa intered Moo day at Lerado. Some sneak thief took the liberty to huln himself to about 100 cans of fruit beidofo2To D'. Vanderpooma any j one to cain an enterance to . the celler where the fruit was kept would have to go in through the kitchen he took a large risk. On last Monday morning when Jeff f ortal went to the car house to get the hand car to go to work he found that the car was gone, it was taken Sunday night and run to Partridge, where It was found in (rood shape. The house ! waa broken open by pulling tne iocs, staple .with a piece of heavy iron . From Weterson Argosy. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. White buried their inlan' child Thursday. j 8. F' RuHsel and wife bur'ed one of ! their little ones last week. Born To Mr. and Mrs". J. B. Hager man, Jan. 18th, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper, of Salt Creek, buried a child last week. Mr. H. Marsha!, of Sterling, is fitting up the Colorado bouse and will be ready to recieve boarders nest week. Owing to the sickness of the teacher Mias Cochrane, there has not been any school at Kairview in Enterprise town ship the post week. County Superintendant Dawson of Hutchinson, attended the Teachers meeting Saturday. Mr. Mrs. A G. Seivert left last Fri day evening for a visit with relatives and fi lends at Pueblo and other points in Coloiado. J. 8 Draper, of San Frisco, was In the city Thursday and Fiiday. He waa visiting tier brother-in-law, L. II. Potter, of Salt Creek. Tonv Weriies recleved a telegram from his wife that their baby died Saturday in Cuba, New Yoik. It had not been sick long Mr. and Mrs. Wer rieN have the sjmpathy of all in their bereavement Dr.J. .. Wilson and Miss Emma Sum were man ied in Kansas City, Mo Tuesday and arrived in this city on No. 0 Wednesday evening, where they wilt make their borne. Ester, youncpst daughter of F. A. and L'zzie McFarland, died Jan. 20, 1895 Ester was never well, her lite was full of suffering, but so patient, always longing to be held in mamma's or papa's arms, but patiently and quietly she would rest and wait when ttiey would lay her down. Last week she waa stricken down so severely that her constitution could no longer with stand and the Hi tie life went away to the God that gave it. The best of med ical skill and loving nursing could not avail. From Pretty Prahle Presi. . It was quite a wind storm that pre sented itself last Sunday night accom panied with some rain, but not any more than enough of t'r latter to lav ne UiiHt ' ii. S Roberts weut south Monday paying off the lioys aiongthe road, in stead of on the 16th as per our last is sue, Frank McGuIre, one of the indus trious residants of Castleton was cir culating in the city one day last week. J. A. Lloyd has retired from the butcher business, having sold out to J. M. Weaver Mrs. Randall took charge of the city school Mondav in the absence of Rev. Randall who was conducting fun neral service several miles west of town that day. Rev. S. B. Rhodes will assist Rev. Randall in a series of meetings at the M. E. Church commencing the 3rd prox. All are invited to attend. Fiom Haven Iem. We understand that Doc Cain kas some sort of a job down at Topeka dusting chairs or something. , More teams were on thes reets Mon day than we have noticed at any one time ''since Jerry spoke." Carl Dierks and Miss Paulina Miller were married by Rev. Voss, in the Lutheran church on Thursday after noon. Jls Astle returned from a week's visit to Kansas City last Sunday night and reports a magnidcent lot of enjoy ment. Brother. Fletcher Meridith ii just looming big in the legislature, We were for Meridith before bis nomina tion, and are proud to say that he is fulfilling our fondest hopes. The date of the Farmers' Institute at Haven has been set for February 21 and 22. An excellent program is be ing prepared, and wi'l be completed before another issue of this paper. It prove not only Interesting but benefi cial to those who attend the session. Will Gillespie was in town Monday and helped us out a little in a financial way. He reports the revival meeting at the U. B. churcb, over the river, still hot on the trail of the sinners, and snatching many brands from the burn ing, as it were; some of whom were gnarled old sticks to our knowledge. fit Id and Garden Bred at Myers & Son's Grocery. The best in the cltv, 26 N. Main. 22-tf. Fifty Three Mile tbe Shortest. The L., E. & Si. L. C. R. R.. "Air Line," is fifty, three miles the shortest route between St. Louis and Louisville, snd is the only line running Two Solid Trains Daily between these cities. Day trains are Vestibuled throughout, and equipped with parlor and dining cars; night trains carry Elegant Pullman tlleepeis, lighted by gas, and make close connection at Louisville with the famous "P. F. V.L.mited" via the C. & O. Ry. For full inforamtioo, consult your ticket sgnt sr address R. A. Campbell, General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Field and Garden Heed at Myers & 8on's Grocery. Tbe best in town, 2tt N. Main. 22 tf - A SET BACK. The Japanese Fleet Advanced on WeJ-Hal-Wo! But Were Driven Back. PEACE ENVOYS AT JAPAN. iho Cm or Koi in aspeBTiyiBeir Beaolved to Uphold Aotocrey Tha United State and Spain. London, Jan. 30. A dispatch to the Times from Shanghai say that the Chinese military and naval command ers telegraphed via Che Foo that at 1 'clock on e morning of January 29 the Japanese fleet advanced upon Wei Hai-Wel in two divisions of nineteen ships. The search lights' betrayed their presence and the guns of the Chi nese fleet and shore batteries opened fire on the first division of the ship when they were within 1,000 yards of the Chinese fleet The fastest Chinese man-of-war and torpedo boats made a dash at the euemy and after heavy fir ing drove them off The first Japanese division went to the northwest and the second division southward. The Chinese claim to have injured sev eral of the enemy's ships. At the same time the Japanese made a land attack upon Wei-Ilai-Wel from King IlaL This was a surprise. The alarm was given, however, and the Chinese repelled the attack. The Chinese lost twenty-seven sailors. -The Japanese losses amounted to more than 300 killed and wounded. Several foreigners are said to be assisting the Chinese. PEACE ENVOYS BEACH JAPAN. Yokohama, Japan, Jan. 80. The Chinese peace envoys have arrived at Kobe and will go to Uiroschima by train this afternoon, accompanied by John W. Foster, ex-secretary of state of the United States, who is acting as their adviser, and Councillor Wo. The latter, replying to a question as to the nature of the proposals the Chinese envoys were instructed to submit to Japan, said that their nature mibt bo inferred from the disastrous condition of China. Gen. Nogi reports from Styutsai, under date of January 28, that the Chinese are near Yang Kao. He adds that the Japanese cavalry scouts have prevented the enemy from proceeding beyond Lao Peng. The Chinese have advanced their whole line. Dispatches received here from Che mulpo, Corea, say that the Japanese and Corean troops defeated the Tong Haks January 8 in the vicinity of Cheng Hiang. The Tong Haks lost heavily. Troops have left Lio Chow in order to attack the rebels at Koshin. NO BEPOKMS FOR BUSSIA. St. Petersburg, Jan. 80. Tbe czar and czarina received at the Winter palace yesterday 183 deputations repre senting the nobility of the chief cities, the Zemstvos, or provincial institu tions and the different corps of Cos sacks. Addressing them, he said: "I greatly rejoice to see yon all assem bled to present your cooirria'.Matlon to the czarin and myself on ou rar- rtatre. I am fully convinoed of tne sin cerity of the feelings you have express ed. BUt I know that at some meetings of Zemstvos voices have been heard indi cating the wish to realize absurd dreams about participating, as repre sentative Zemstvos, in the general ad ministration of the internal affairs of state, et cetera. Let every one under stand that I shall devote all my strength to our dear Russia, but I am as firmly resolved as my ever -lamented father to uphold autocracy." SPAIN ACTS PBOMPTLT. WAsniNOTON, Jan. 30. The state de partment has been informed by United States Minister Taylor, at Madrid, that the Spanish senate has passed a modus vivendi placing tbe United (States again in the most favored nation column as to duties on imports into Cuba and Porto Rico. The bill yet re mains to be signed by the queen, but it is believed that two days will suffice for the completion of all formalities and that the United States' will have the advantage of the old rates immedi ately. This restores the customs rates under which the United States has en joyed a large trade in flour, breads tuffs, lard and other products with Cuba and Porto Eico. A WOMAN'S BARE HEROISM. Awakened by a Fire Mrs. Walsh Carries Her Two Children Down a Slippery Fire Ecape Going- Down HU1 Oltt Schemes. New York, Jan. 30. The organizers of the Brooklyn Storage & Warehouse Co., the $30,000,000 combination which is largely to control the warehouse business of this port, met to-day to complete the transfer to the new cor poration of the various properties In volved. The Corn Exchange bank, whose president, W. A Nash, has been mentioned for treasurer of the new company, had a credit balance at the clearing house to-day aggregating the enormous amount of $7,000,000. It was understood that this repre sented the transfer of money from other banks necessary to complete the actual transfer of the various proper ties in the new warehouse company. The calling in of loans to make these heavy payments accounts for the flurry in the call money market yester day. The securities of the new com pany will be $17,100,000 in bonds and 112,500,000 in stocks. Checks for the bonds were givon by various subscrib ers or underwriters yesterday and passed through the clearing house to day. It is understood that there will be a public offering of the bonds by a group of Institutions, although, prac tically the entire issue has been placed, one large life insurance company tak ing $0,000,000 of them. A WOMAN'S RABB HEROISM. New York, Jan. 30. Mrs. Mary Walsh, wife of a mail carrier who lived in the fourth story of a flat was awalsci iv a lire in her roomi this morning Just after O'er hnsDaoa nsta left home and with her two children ran through the flames to the tire es cape. Iciclea hung from the ladder, down which she had to climb, but the climbed down the first ladder and stood on a level with an adjoining house where a man named Bichter, who had been awakened by the fire. met her and took the children from, her arm. 60IN0 DOWN Bill. Sedalia, Mo., Jan. SO. A L. Burr, formerly secretary of the Missouri State Fair association and later super intendent of the St Charles Gas Co., from which place he fled, leaving s shortage in hkt accounts, went to New Orleans, lost allot his money playing the races and was arrested as a crook and put in the workhouse for ten day. I GIFT SCHEMES. Washington, Jan. 30. Assistant At ! torney-Oeneral Thomas has decided that schemes frequently resorted to by merchants of offering to each pur , chaser of a designated value of goods j a numbered check and giving a prize I to a certain one constitutes a lottery. dost stop rontcco. (low to l ure Yonrsolf While It. Clinic The tobtcco habit grows on a man until. his nervous system is seriously af reeled, impairing health, comfort uud happiness. To quit saiienly U too se vere a shock to the system, as tobacco, oan inveterate user becomes a stimu lant that bis system continually craves Baco-Curo is a scientific cure for the tobacco habit, in alt its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin Physician who has used it in bis private practice since 1872. without a failure, pnrelr vege ttble and guaranteed perfectly harm less. You can use all the tobacco you want while taking Uaco-Cmo, it will notify you when to stop. We give u written guarantee to permanently i-ure any case with three boxes, or re fund the money with 10 per cent Inter est. B-ico-Curo is not a substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures with out the aid ot will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine xs the day you tok youi first chew or smoke. Sold by ull driiKKis's, with our iron clad giiHrantee, at tl 00 per buy, three boxes, (thirty days treatment,) $2 60 or sent direct, nixw receipt of price. SEtfD SIX TWO-CENT STAMPS FOR SAMPLE P.OX. BOOKLET NI) PROOFS FREE, Eureka Chem ical & Manufacturing Company, Man ufaciurin;,' Chemists, La Crosse. Wis consin. ' 22 tf. Public Nale. The undersigned will sell nt public sale at his residence live miles and a naif south and one mile west of Nickerson, and tne half mile north of t he Central school house, Reno eounty Kansas, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp on THURSDAY, FeBUUARY. 7, 1895 The following described property to- wit: Five head of horses; Ten head of two year old steers; sex bead of year- !. 'b; work t m (iixr.'w; io DiiKKies; one lumber wagon; two cultivators; one stirring plow; three sets or single harness; two harrows; bay, fodder; chickens and household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE. All sums of t-5 and under cash, sums over $-5 a credit of 0 months will be given, without interest if paid when due, if not paid when due 10 per cent interest from date will be charged. 10 percent off for cash Purchaser to Kive bankable note. No property to he removed until terms of sale are .omplied with. D. MENZEL Li. w, 6ALS Sneers Temperance and Prohibition. Temperance in tbe use of alcoholic beverages has no moie n latlon to pro hibition than has stealing or lying, as both temperance and intemperance iio misnomers when used to express opposition to the drink habit,' unless iny use of the poison of alcohol in a beverage may be called intern perance; but in no case can we honestly or prop erly use the word "temperance" when we mean opposition to. or prohibition of, the use or sale of alcoholic liquors, in which is included the culmina ion of nearly all the crime tht curses so ciety. In this connection 'temper ance" becomes a dangerously mislrad ing and wicked misnomer. From 'Temperance a Delusion," in Demo rest's Magazine for February. Late Literary New. General Lord Wolseley makes a most important contribution to the litera ture of the Cblna Japan war. In an article for the February Cosmopolitan he discussess the situation and dovs not mince matters in saving what China must do in this emergency. Two other noted foreign authors contribute interesting articles to this number. Rosita Mauri, tbe famous Parisian danseuse. gives tbe history of the bal let, and Emile Oliver tells, the stor v of he fall of Louis Phillippe. From every part of the world, drawings and photographs have Deen obtained on lie instruments used to torture poor hu manity, and appear as Illustrations for a clever article, by Julian Hawthorne, ntltled, "Salvation via the Rack " Mrs. Reginald rie Koven, Aoatole France. W. Clark Uussell. Albion W Tourgee, and William Dean Ilowells re amonn tha story tellers for the Feb ruary number of The Cosmopolitan. A Bnhln Time. Ifvou want a carpet woven this spring come quick. February dates aie almost all taken now, aud those crumb cloths and stand mats do take the lead. City Weaver. Heed Oale. Just received, several cars of choice Texas Red Oats for seed. W. L. WOODNUT&CO. At Elevator near Rock Island Depot. 21-tf. Ilutclifnr. Kns:5 Greot Opportunity r Hake Money j have had such Hplcndid success that I can't help wrt'nu: to you about it. I have nor. made less than !53. aad some days from M5 to $25. 1 aru really elated, and can't see wliv others do not go into the Dish Washer busiaess at once. I have not canvassed any; 4iet-atl my waabenr-glriiome. They give such good satisfaction that every one sold, beipe to seM many others. I believe in a year I can make a $ro&t ot Three Thousand Dollars, and attend to my regular business besides. 'When a Climax Dish Washer can be bought for 5 every family wants one, and it Is very easy selling what everybody wants to buy. For particulars, ad dress The Climax Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio. I think any lady or gentleman, anywhere, can make from 95 to $10 a day. I would like to have your renders try this business, and let us know through your columns how they suc ceed. Notice or Final Rrttlement. First published Jsa . 17, 1693. , Ptete of Kanns, County of Bno, m. In the prubsto court In and for ld ennntjr. lo the matter of the eU'e of D. H. Lee do iMMed. C .-editor end all olber peraom inter ested In the aforenald ettate. are hereby noti fied, that at the regular teim of tbe probate eon t. In and for avid county, to be begun and held at the court room. In Hatchlnaon sod couniy of K. no, Htt-of aioreiald, on the lat Monday In tne montn u rebruarr A 11. ISra. I halt apply to aaid oonrt for a full and final tet- ueraeiu i bhi ceiaie. n. n. ike. Administrator of D. H. Loe, deceawd. January 8th A.D. lw. Jcrr Boweus, A'torney. the ART AHATEUR. Bent and Largest Practical art M ala nine. (Tbeoolv A t Periodic. I awjrcled a Medrl at ill- Wo.i.i'a Fal ) luv.i'ua'ilc U) all who wieli io nuke t.ie.r'IWJg by arc or to mike tbe'r trnw llln iiows iwaai iui u ii iviii we will nriil .uany o.io lCc. I. Or wo mentioning una iia ii'caiinn a e;.-c;roe!i t-0iy. w'lii aiioeib c 'ii' ifiet (lor coming o' iVaminj,) am. S aup.i'en.rn- a y ii'H "IoeHLi'81 egi'ij p re, Pfiti 9Rn "ill rem ulfo I'MuiIng for run Cttu ii,. n i r"(oiUL'o). MONTAGUE MAulCH id U'lmi Square. N. Y. r'artntor'e ftotlre. Firtt puM'ed Jan. 10, 1W5. Notice Is hereby t,lvtn ilmt letters tostauion la.yon ilie taui'e of U Iward tl ebvter o ceafie'i. w;.o granted tie utiueia gne.i on ho 6 lb day of January W5, by tbo pioliate onarl ot t.'ono comity. Ka auH. Now, a 1 persnua hav log c'aimi a3 ilnct iba nald eatiite mo ueirbr uoiifled Ibut hoymua ,reaent in wtiiie to lue .iiulun-lgiml fo.' aliowauci', within ono year from lte of aid lett.ia or they may be pre eluded i .oni any uonWll of tu"i estittD' a d thut If men olalwa be not exhibited within throe v. an after the dato of said letters, they shall be forever bar.ed, bowAiiD 9 Wibkter, Executor, of the estate of K . ward i. Web.er deceased. Uettinukh tiuos., Attorneys. Is 4t. Notice of Final Settlement. First published In (Uzitmi Jim. 10, ISW, State of Kansas, Ceun'y of tteno, aa. In the Probate t onti of euid county. In the mailer of ibeeatate of Hannah Hod son deceased. Creditors and al' other pernors Interested In the afore Id estate, u.e e eby notified, that at the regular term of tbe probate f.q. I., IV o, ' - r ,-.;. pj Jul h 'o 1 "to ' - .ir! Co. . . ...... O, . . f . 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If yoa are anacquaintrdwiih IIS merits, send for a specimen ropy (freel, and yoa will admit that seeing Ihese THUMBS has pat yoa in the wsy of ssving money by ending tn one Magarlne everything to satisfy tht literary vanta t! Ifce !ivla fun!!. EDWARDS Groceries, Coal and! Feed. 403 and 405 No. No. Main. Down town yards at 12 Sherman East Smith & Miller's oln stand. All Kinds of Coal. Farmers' Trade Solicited. Our weights guaranteed. FARMERS! FARMERS!! Ilave you been to mill? I will rIw you la exchange for a bushel of No. 2 Hard Wheat 33 lbs of Bon Ton or Santa Fe Patent Flour, 36. lbs. Air Belt or 42 lbs of Commercial. I will pay you the highest market price for all the grain you have to sell, Give me atrial and be convinced. llickerson Roller Us, A. D. Butler, . NICKERSON, KANSAS. aajet'ansealy-w G. A, BARNES. Tbe Gun and Locksmitti Has opened a Repair Shop and! prepared to do all kinds of repairing on GASOLINE STOVES, ' SEWING MACHINES, STOVES, BICYCLES, GUNS, riSTOLS, LOCKS, KEY FITTING, And oil kinds of General Repairing AH work promptly done and war ranted. Headquarters at . 't. '. . tagle Grocery No. 15 South Main Street. WHY Fay 17 .00 and $.00 when you cn vet a oooo coal lor HALF the money! WHAT C0AL yo" ct ii nai aucb a LOW price? WHERE raa you (et thla CHEAP Coal . . . At the Tarda of the Central Coal & Coke Co. ECOXOJIY COAL A good coal, recommended especially for besting pnrnoaea, and will coat yoa Only G3. 50 Delivered."" We also have aa Immense stock of Ctoi. Oily WclrCity, Oaaife City. Itlch Hill, Oults, Coi Hill, Pennsylvania A nthraclte, Mexican Antrai lid. LoronJt eVkkest. Atturaere at Law. Offlce Room X, IIIGLEY I)ULDIXG.