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Timely Hints from Oar Large
and Complete Stock cf Wash
Dress Materials.
With the intense heat
of summer is the insep
erably associated the
hammock, the snade
trees, the little picnic
excursions and natur
ally the light, airy
Mulls, Swisses Plisse,
Diminies, Lawns, Or
gandies, Crinkles, Chal-'
lies, Drap de Pomus,
Orepons, Percales, Pon
gees and Sateens-Don't
pick your Summer
Dresses carlessly-there
i3 no nscessity for it
with such a chance to
choose as this store
offers you-
32-ineh Soft Silky Tongces, there
is 15 cents worth of value in them,
Simpson's 32-inch Sateens, exquis
ite designs, fast color, 15c yd.
32 inch Crinkle Crepons, Fancy
Crinkles, Plain Crinkles, everything
worth having, worth seeing in Crink
ledom is here and the choice only
sV00 yd-
32-inch Jaconets, some rare color
ings some fetching designs and
the price, entirely too low for goods
of such value, 15c yd.
Permanacy of color
is above all things most
important in buying
wash goods-it's the
most important with us
in selling. Any wash
dress bought here, that
might perchance fade,
if returned before be
ing cut or made up, will
be cheerfully exchang
ed, There is safety-abso-lutely-Wash
32 inch Zephyr Ginghams, pret
tier and better than ever before for
such a price as this, 8 l-3c yard.
30-inch Amoskeag Crinkles, fifty
t.olorings, can't describe so many
he assortment is too large, 10c yard.
Suggestions for
28-inch Percale3,l Oc yard
30-inch Percales. 15o yard
CG-inch Turkey Red Percales 15c
3G inch Drape De Pompus, 15c
Special Notice.
New Shipments Genuine Hair
Cloth and Hair Crenoline Corduroy
Dress Facings all shades dont
ware out
Dry Goods Co.
The wind still continues to blow, but
it is an ill wind that blows nobody cord
and perhups it m.ty blow some rain this j
vy. i
The farmers are about done listing
Miss EfiQe Holcomb wns in Hutchin
son, this week, purchasing a stuck of
spring goods for her father's store.
Mr. Abel Berends is just recovering
from a severe attuck of inrlamntory rheu
matism. Our school will close next Friduy.
Rev. Brown, of Hutchinson mmle a
short call here while on his way to bis!
appointment in Harper county. j
Rev. Bunker, the Uuion Gospel Work- j
er, talked to our young folks in tho nab- j
beth school last Sunday,
Mr ami Mrs 'Ivd" f-nor - '-
gn.--.ti' of Fi'i- U Soli Miii.s hutur.iay
a g.it mill Sunday.
Guy Colvard is working for Geo. j
Johnson. Bruce Hinnhitw bought a curt
and harness of Guy Colvurd.
One week from next Saturday and
Sunday will be quarterly meeting nt this
place, Ilev. Morrison is presiding elder.
Bruce Sen vein purohased a driving
horse from Will Nelson.
Some one unexpectedly got the mitten
Sundtiy night. For further information
ask Dock Isosehery.
T. Schwein and Joe Roseberry are both
buying hay.
Joe Swan has sold his herd of cattle.
Mr3. Swan is visiting in Niakarson
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Justice, of Sterling are
visiting their daughter Mrs. S. S. Davis.
There were R few drops of rain fell
Sunday night, bnt not enough to do any
M edfo.d.
Fred Burgess has traded for a wheel.
John Connor's driving horse, lloter, is
very sick with pneumonia fever.
Some of Medford's graduates intend to
take the teachers examination at Hutch
inson next Saturday.
There never was a better prospect for
fruit here than at present, especially
apples and cherries. '
Some of our young folkc spent a pleas
ant evening at Peter Bonnets, one
evening last week.
Thcro wa3 a mistake last week in the
date of the rcraduating exercises to be
held at the White school house.. The
exercises are to be held May 17th in
stead of the 18th as was stated in last
week's issue.
While cutting stalks one day last week,
Mr. Taggart's team of mule9 runaway
and one of the mules hurt itself so bad
it had to be killed This is pretty bad
for Mr. Targart he had not had the
mules but about a month.
Some of Medford's citizens have the
Missouri fever, as there are some of them
gone, some intend to go and some more
want to go and can't, to southern
Missonri. Those who have beeu there
and come back say that it is the garden
spot of the world.
,,. P. R. 0.
1 Ed. Young, who has been working for
tJpo. Itataburn the past year, loaded up
his wife and babies and started with a
smile for the strip.
Mrs.W. II. Mitchell is still confined
to her bed. She is dangerous, but while
there is life there Is hopes.
John E. Young is the champion fisher
man in these parts. Its a bad day for
fish when John don't smile ami get fish.
Laura, daughter of Mr. IIabecker,died
on last Friday evening. Funeral ser
vices were held Sunday at the . German
church of which chu ch she was a mem-
Ivr. She wa3 a single woman 36 years,
6 months and 18 d ivs of age. She was a
kind sister and a loving daughter.
Mr. Rector is again driving those
horses that came bo near killing him in
the runaway a short time ngo. He has
lots of true grit for a man 81 years old.
Mrs. Chas Laughton is still 011 the sick
list, but u improving somewhat.
Geo. Newman will leave the first of
May to join his wife in New Mexico.
It seems that the township clerk and
treasurer and the road overseer are hav
ing a "love feast" and came near having
a couple of fights, all that prevented it
w.ns that the clerk didn't want to fight
and wouldn't get off the grader. The
treasurer tried to bluff O. F. Barber, but
the bluff wouldn't work, as Barber told
bim to move or he would knock hira
down. The trustoe told the Treasurer
nob to move. So theru is trouble in the
Enterprise cabinet.
A Reader.
New Harness Sbop.
Mr. C. C. Colee has severed his con
nection with the old firm of Jones &
Colee, and has opened up a new shop
at No. 5 Sherman street east where he
will be pleased ta meet all his old cus
tomers and as many new ones as he
can. If you need any repairing done
this is the place to go. Don't forget
the place. No 6 Sherman east. 8-tf.
To Restore
hair which
has become thin,
and keep the scalp
clean and healthy, use
It prevents the hair
from falling out
or turning gray.
The best
A London Physician Proved' Gu!l,y of
tho' Whitechapel Murder
Two Notorious Scamps Inveigled to Phila
delphia and Arrested Sc von Po
landers Burned to Death In
a Shanty.
Say Francisco, April 24. Dr. IIo
r.rd, a London physician of considera
ble prominence, who was the guest of
William Greer Harrison at the Bohe
mian club recently declared that the
mystery of "Jack the Ripper" was no
longer a mystery among the scientific
mon of London or the detectives of
Scotland Yard. lie said that the assas-,
sin was a medical man of high stand-
: 1 . . Jl . : t'l. 1 '
before the beginning of tho White
chapel murders he developed an un
natural mania for causing pain. Then
the Whitechapel murders rilled London
with horror. The wife noticed that
on ench occasion her husband was ab
sent. Finally she laid her suspicions
before medical friends, and the detec
tives were called in and a complete
chain of evidence against the doctor
was secured. They then told him that
he was the maniac who had done all
the murders. lie declared the impossi
bility of the accusation, but confessed
that of lato years there were gaps in
the twenty-four hours of which he pos
itively had no recollection.
Tho necessary papers were made out
and the murderer was committed to an
insane asylum. Dr. Howard said also
that the physician butcher had become
a rjvin'.r maniac after bis incarcera
tion in the asylum , and was beyond
hope of recovery three months after
his confinement.
!reen Goods Men Cnnglit.
Philadelphia, April 24. G. W. Rob
inson, John Brash and Samuel Wil
kins, notorious green (roods men, were
inveigled to this city by a decoy mes
sage last night nnd arrested. Robin
son had nearly ?2,O0O of good money,
made up in various packages, and a
loaded revolver; Brash $20 and twin
boxes, one filled with green goods and
the other with 10,000 stamped en
velopes addressed to persons through
out the country, and Wilkinson 81.
Each had a return ticket.
Seven rolunders Horned to Death.
Amherst, Wis., April 24. Seven
Polanders who were clearing land near
the town of Wild Rose, were burned to
death in their shanty. They had been
carousing and it is supposed all were
intoxicated when tlie fire occurred.
No one can be found who knows their
Misery and Famine Expected to Follow the
Close of the Sueur rjeason.
Washington, April 24. A private
letter received here from one of the
leading business men at Havana, says:
"Poor Cuba! The horriblo condition
of affairs here is not realized by tho
outer world. With tho close of the
6ugar season next month there will be
misery and famine. Tho sugar crop
has been far below the average
this year, and all of it will now be
subjected to the new United States
tariff on sugar. It means much loss to
the planters, and, with the beginning
I of the 'dead season,' lasting from the
' , m .. 1
cioso ui wie buur ew.iwu uui.il uca.u
September, there will be no employ
ment for labor. It means idle hands,
white anil nejrro. Such conditions can
not but add to the smoldering fires of
the rebellion."
Advice Report Thtiaiid Hordes Sold to
l'ortl.im: Ore., i'nrtli-s for (.mining Pur
poses. 1'oRTLAx'n, Oro., April II. Advices
from eastern Ore;ron nro t tho effect
that a thousand horses had been sold
to Portland parties to bo slaughtered
and tho meat to bo canned and offered
for sale, but who the parties aro can
not bo ascertained. Members of all
butchering firms in this city were
asked about tho matter to-day, but all
denied having any knowledge of the
sale of the horses, or the purpose of
the parties to slaughter them for profit.
One of them had heard that there was
Buch a plan on foot. It is supposed
that the reports are correct.
Lending Member of the Party In Consulta
tion Regarding' the Coming htate Elec
tion. Des Moixes, la., April 2t. The mem
bers of the democratic state central
committee and all the leading demo
cratic editors of the btate, with full
delegations from Davenport, Burling
ton and other strongholds, are holding
a meeting to-day to decide on the date
for tho democratic state convention
and to map out tho policy to be pur
sued in tho campaign. An effort will
be mnde to confine the campaign to
state issues as far as possible.
Too Late to Help Wheat, but Will gave tba
O.ita and torn.
ITf.nn-ert.y, Ok., April 24. An excel
lent rain has been falling tho past four
hours, with prospects of continuing.
This is tho first rain of any account
that this country has had since Octo
ber, and it Is too late to help the wheat,
but it will be tho salvation of the oats
and corn. The corn acreage has been
increased In this vicinity tenfold, and
oats nearly as much. It is thought
about one-fourth of the wheat crop of
last year will be raised.
Lumber Burned.
MarsiiaIXTOWX, la., April 24. Fire
at Carroll yesterday destroyed D.
!.. imiir vards and other proper
ty, aggregating $35,000. Small insur
Hotel Bam. Deetrored.
EvroRiA, Kan., April 24.-Yeterday
evening the Park place hotel was bad
ly damaged by fire and the barns con
nected with it totally destroyed. The
low will be about $2,000; fully Insure!
to Aid the faiumu. : "
An Interesting Investigation. Which tho
Agricultural Department 1 Pursuing.
Washington, April 21. Prof. II. W.
Wiley, the chemist of the agricultural
department, 13 conducting a scries of
kperiments to determine the fertility
ofWP'0!1180'180' the Unitud States.
The obJuJ3 '8 to determine tho fertl
lizer necessary to restore the fertility
of any soil, i.'ud to save tho farmers
the thousands annually spent for
fertilizer which do not meet
the necessities of . the soli to
which they aro applied. The
work was specially authorized by the
last session of congress. By the help
of the agricultural stations in various
parts of the country tho typical soils
of the various sections are beiug col
lected by persons competent to judge
them. The pots of soil experimented
upon will be photographed at stated
intervals so that evidence of the pro
ductive qualities of different classes of
fertilizers may bo shown.
Towboats Strike the Tier of a Hrldge and
Thirteen Barge lo Down.
Ashland, Ky., April 21. The tow
boats Onward and I. X. Burton, of
Pittsburgh, with tows owned by C.
Jutte & Co., of that place, struck the
piers of tho Kenova, West Virginia &
Western railway bridge in a heavy fog
last night and sank thirteen barges.
Farther down tho river, tho tows hav
ing become un!uanu?eal)le, struck the
bank and tore loo.'o in nil about thirty
rafts of timber, owned by Catlettsburg
parties. None of theso have boon re
ported landed. The boats escaped in
jury and thero was no loss of life.
The Burlington Route
Low Bats Excursion
Great Summer
Race Meeting
Jnly 3rd 4th 5th and 6th, 1895
St Joseph Fair Association.
Th will be the frreateat Race Meeting ever
he ld wcet of Chicago.
Tlie (allowing are uuraua and conditions!
o. 1 Two-year old trotton t,10iW
No. 3 Two-year old pacing 1,K)
No. a 8:0() class, trotting 1,K)
No. 4a;00olaes, pacing 1,iki
No. 6 U:il5 c!s9 trotting l.OisO
No 6 2:80 clan, n.cinft J.0OO
Vo. 7 1:29 ring, iroltlng- 1,(K)
o. 8:22clas8, trotting l.ixil)
No. 0 2:20olas, pacing 1,01)
No. in 2:17 clupn, trotting 1.i)
No. 11 9:1ft clm-arai'lni? I.""
No. 12 2:10 clam, tmtting , l,oM
No. It 2::0 class paclnf l.uoO
o. 14 Free-fiir-.il. tutting (Mix barred) l.uuU
No. 15 Free for-ail, pacing (liobort J.
barreU) J.uw
5,000.00 rearevort for .pedals.
American trotting rules to covern, except its
otherwiae provident for. Enternnce, r per cent
of purse, payable the nlirht bel'oro race, and 5
por f.cni additional irum mi ui'.ney wnim-in.
Nominators muy declare out .May IS on pay
ment of 2 per cent or June 15 on payment of 4
percentot'the purs-. Declarations vnid and
and will not be recognized unleoB itccompanleil
by tho money. ruriM's divided, no, wi, u, aim
liinercent. Distance ill nil races, UK) yards.
II n:iie uear.s Of ai inrew in u,c, ,-AL-t-jit -jnir
Id chihsi-s. which will he mi e bents, beat two
In three. Rights n-servi d to dc hire Of piir-c-a
not Hllliig satisfactorily, and nnmliiatota may
transfer fuch eiitrloa to the next eligible elaa
ny race that inuv bo started and remain nn
llnUhcd on th- last day of the wi ek of Hie
Hireling, will be declared ended and money
divided according to rank In the summary.
Nominations received np toand including Mon
diiy, prlll5. No money required from start
era until the ovenlng before Ihi race. Dully
prugr&m announced on or oorore uur.e i;.
W.C.RnowN, P. L.Cr.AHK.
President secretary.
It is prepared with
tobacco chewer. It is made by the oldest tobacco manufacturers in
America, and the largest in the world, and cannot be excelled. Try it
You'll agree with the many thousand discriminating chew ars who use it exclu-sh-elv,
end prcouncc it iuu:h thz test. XV & ZjOrllll-!.
The Nickerson
.Boiler fills
Wants You.
If you have - wheat' to exchange
or want to bii a lot of flour, it
will pay you to see us.
We tho undersigned have been
employed hi tho mill for nearly
three years past, ai olllce man
and miller, and know the trade.
We intend to have as our motto
and Upward."
The flour will ho better if we
can improve on its already will
known excellence. And we will
not cut down tho amount of
(.lout given. Try us and bo can
vinced, & GT
Nickcr3on, Kansas,
Tho Eagle Grocery,
Alwy has
in stock,
Flour and Feed at
Wholesale or retail,
besides the freshest
stock of Groceries in
the city.
And at prices that will
astonish you, so you
see you can't afford to
miss them and feel
Eagle Grocery.
No. 15 Soutli Main Street.
" S. CM
V COrYnlun 1 1.
Rrompt answer and n honest opinion, write to
I IJNN oV (!., who have hail nearly II fty Toarn'
experience In the patent business. Comniunlc.
Hons strictly confidential. A llnndoouk of in
formation concerning I'ntpnl. and how to ob
tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of median,
leal and sclentlflo boot lent free.
Patente taken throngh Munn ft Co. reeelv.
special notice In the Scientific Amerlcnn, and
tlina are broimht widely before the puhliowltb.
out cost to the Inventor. This splendid pnper.
Issued weekly, elegant lylllnst rated, has by far the
lamest circulation of any aclentlllo work In the
world. SHa year. Psmple conies sent free.
eonln. lH epntH. Kverv numiier contains boau-
Building Killtlon. monthly, -.'..io a year, emme
tlfui plates, in colors, and photographs of new
nouses, wltb plans, enabling biillilers to show the
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
the utmost care and skill from the choicest leaf grown ;
ortVctoMoo tVint tnaVec. it rlpnr tn the heart of everv
Forty Loaves of
One Dollar
at the BON TON
Finest line or Candle and .
No. 15
North Mala Street,
Man una.
No. 20. Mail nnd Kxnre.
'I-iln m.
imp A BIS
T: 'u p. m
0::!;) a. m
2;oo p. m.
..i w .ni
Vo. If, V-tli ami txp'-cM...
No -V. Dodifo (,'itv Kxpreaa.
No. Ill, Vrelglit Almoin ....
No. i rnna to Pr.itt only
tjio. 23 rmi throu;.f.i to Dodge City and
Nos. 81 and 21 daily eT"o;it Sunday.
No. m, DoDvur Hi St. Louis Ex..
No. 4(1-1 Wichita & K. U. Accoui-
V:or ii. m.
n:Cn p. m.
inooniioii, leaves
No. 4511, St. Lniiia & DonverEx..
7::H p. m.
11:10 p. in.
":lo p m.
Mi, 'W.i, wtchitu Aci uninioitaiiou
No. 4ia, Way Freight, departs..
Trains No. 4M. VXi and It',.'. .,) not run on Him.
Curs run thronu-h to Ht finls uilibniic
Cluiir Cars lo Denver freo of chnrgo. This
the short Hue to all points west.
1' J. l.siMUActi, Agent.
II. C. Townbknd, Gen. Pas. Agent
A II in v A u
0:11) p.m.
11:10 a. m.
No. 2. Mail and Express .
No. 0, Freight una Accom
8:05 a. m.
Bi.SU.p. m.
No. l.ltull andExpreaa.. ,
No. o, Freight and Aueom
Dailv. IDiilly except ftunday.
Closo connection nmdn at llutchlnaoii and
Kingman with diverging lines.
Dully connection with etogs line at Cameron,
reaching I'nnd Creek at a p. in.
Denver and Utnh V Ex.,..
California Limited
Mexico and California Ex
Colnritdn Night Kx
0:10 p. nt
0:2o p. in.
111:10 p. in.
7:4ft . m.
Atlantic Ex ;,
Now York Limited Ex....
( hirngi Vestibule Ex. . ..
Missouri river night Kx....
10:60 p. in.
8:41 a. in.
12.17 p.
i :Uo p. m.
Made a
Weir Man
of Me.
produci'S t he above roanlta ln'.30 day.. It acta
.iiiwi rdillv and iiuictiy. Cure, when all otbora (aix
Voiiiig men will regain their lost manhood, and old
men will recovor their youthful vigor by using
KKVIVO. It (illicitly and auroly restores Nervont
nose. Lost Vitality, Irapotency, Nightly Kmisaionav
Lost Power, Falling Memory, Wasting Oiaeues.antl
all clfccta of aolf-abuso or excess and indiscretion,
which unllta one for study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but
Ih a great nerve tonic and blood bnllder, bring
ing bark the pink glow to pale cheeks and re
storing the fire of youth. It wards off Inaanltr
and Consumption. Insist on having KB VIVO, no
other. It can be carried In vest pocket. Dy mail,
8 1 .00 per package, or six for 95.00, with a posi
tive written guurantco to rare or refund
he money. Curtilir free. Addres.
For Sale nt GrnybiH'b.
TIia Dr. Harvev
SSuman Hand Truss.
For Descriptive Circulars Address
B. I. PEARSON it CH.,8ol Mak'TO.
Rlalto Bnildlng, KAN8A8 CITV, MO.
Mention tuts paper when writing.
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