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3 nranvos to. BUTCniSON, KANSAS. FALL OF '95. Our buyers are in the eastern kets now getting ready for fall, aily, but not too early. To get choice we nave to be there first. mar It is first We are showing today the advance styles in dress goods for the coming season. Everything so far points to black as being fashions favorite. Injbuying a black dress more than anything else it pays to buy the best, and nn this prin ciple we ask you to see what we have to show you in this department before buying. You will find a full line of I'riestly's & Hannart Freres goods which insures you the best for the .money. NEWBOUCLES, NEW CREPONS, NEW MOHAIRS, NEW LIZARDS NEW SERGES, NEW ARMURES, NEW NOVELTIES. All black ana at new new prices. Send for Samples ( iigaad tee LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Ma nagcrsj THE K1IM or HEAVES. Christiana have for centuries been discussing the various doctrines taught by Jesus ia the gospels, aud among then; that of, The Kingdom of Heaven or Kingdom of God. Is It al ready set up? If so what is it? And where Is it? Many believe it to be the place of the blessed after death, a place far beyond the clouds, where God re sides and rules with Jesus and the Holy Spirit, three persons in one God, seated upon one throne and ruling the whole universe. This throne is to be surrounded by vast multitudes of Chris tians redeemed by tbe blood of Christ from this evil world, and they are to forever continue to worship and praise God and sing songs of Ilia redeeming love. But there are others who believe that the church Is what is meant bv this kingdom, and that the church members are the subjects of this kingdom, that the time is coming when every Jiving ! persen will bo converted and join the I church and that Jesus will reign through the church for a thousand years. What after that Is to take place has not yet been decided on. Nor has it been decided what church is to be triumphant or whether they are all to be reorganized and given a share in tbe government. But another class of christians sim plify the whole business by quoting Luke 17,21: "Neither shall they say, lo here! nor lo therel for, behold the kingdom of God is within you." In the Greek the word "behold" is the the same as is translated twice in the verse "lo." This verse is quoted as teaching that Jesus taught that the kingdom of God was a state of feeling; a mental condition, a happy state of mind and that it was to have no out ward manifestation, no outward show. The word "kingdom" implies a plur ality, and is similar to the words order, society, association or flock, and it would seem very absurd to say that the masonic order was in any one person or that the temperance society was in any one person or that a flock of pig eons were all concentrated in auy one pigeon. On the same principle it would be absurd to say that the king dom of God was in any one person. On examining the above text it will be seen to teach nothing cf the kind There is nothing to show that the word "say" does not govern to the end of the verse. Jesus meant, "Neither shall they say, Lo herel nor lo there! for behold the Kingdom of God is with in you." If he bad meant to teach tbe other it should have read, "Neither shall they say, Lo here! nor lo there! for I say to you the kingdom of God is within you." All this stupidity has been brought about by not understanding that Jesus was a teacher of social science, and thnt the kingdom of Heaven or kingdom of God is a social condition It is our ideal of a perfect social condi tiou. A peopleruled justly and rightly .It is a social condition in which right eousneBS or right doing is the order of the day. Jesus taught his disciples to pray, "Thy kingdom come; thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven." What is this but a prayer for a just and right eous government men ne aamon- ishes them to "Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all other things will be added unto you." Seek to establish, pray for the estab lishment of, the kingdom of God and bis righteousness. Help to establish a good and just government on earth. Under just conditions every person could make a living easily. Poverty is the result of unjust social conditions, conditions in which men are treated worse than the brutes. "The foxes have holes and the bids of the air have nests but the son' of man hath not where to lay his head." This is the condition of about 40,000,000 of our population today. Let us pray for the removal of this unjust condition. Let us seek for its removal and voik for its removal. Jesus taught that the kingdom of God was to be like the shining of the light frcm the east unto the west. It is to tie a worK ot education ana en- liglitment. ' You are not to hunt for it iu the wilderness or in empty garrets or under beds or in people's hearts or heads or stomachs. It is to be like the light of the rising sun. You will not have to say to your neighbor, look here! or look there for it, or it is in your inside. The kingdom of God is the elevation of the masses to a higher social plane and the establiah men of just social conditions. Paul says, "The kingdom of heaven is not meats and drinks, but righteous ness and peace and joy in the holy ghost." The kingdom of heaven is a social condition of r'ghtcousncs and justice, and peace no need of vtar; war h the result of bad rule. Joy in the Holy Ghost the people w'll all be be joyful and happy. Jesus taught bis disciples to preach, "Tbe kingdom of God is at hand." So it was and so it is now. It is at band. We could easily establish it if the people were not so stupid. There ia no reason why just and right condi tions should not ba established only that tbe people are too Ignorant to do it. Tbe great majority of the people in this country are suffering from un just social conditions, and they could correct thesa evils in a few- years if they only knerv what was tha mutter and how to coh-ect these wrongs, lut to are too Ignorant and too indiffer ent to inform themselves. They pray for everything else they can think of. They pray for God to take them to heaven when they die, but do not imag ine that they themselves are responsible for the unjust conditions here which are causing so much human misrey and crime. Truly, truly , a man does have to be bnrn again made over again, be fore he can see these things in their true light. He must have all his old teachings drummed out of him and his eyes must be opened before he can see tbe truth of these simple things. The kingdom of God is like leaven, or like a mustard seed. It is simply a growth in civilization. It can only be brought to us by the education of the masses of mankind in the true principles of right. Tnklas ThIf Own Hellle. OtUwa Jour ml. There are 60.000 republicans in Kan todav to whom a feed of roast beef would be a surprise, and who have not a decent suit of clothes to their name. Ihev have stuck by their cursed party until their elbows are sticking through their coats and their toes are through thnlr Hhfips. and their hair throutrh their hats and every day the sheriffs are sucking some ot tnem on ineir farms. Their relation to their party is like that of the drunkard for the whiskv bottle, and the result is the same. A good many of them are get ting a dose-of their own medicine. P EBSOS Ali. Mr. Andrew Hicky, of Castleton, was in the city Tuesday. Commissioner &IcElwain, came in Tuesday to inspect the high water. Rev. Botkin was in the city yester terdav and tooa dinner with the editor. "Tlie Two Jotanx" are both artists. Give them a call and he convinced, if vou need anything in the line of barber work. No. 8 east Sherman, back of the Valley State bank. Tonmlilp Couventlon. The people's party voters of Grove township will meet at the Porter school house on Wednesday, August 7, 1895, at 3 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of electing 3 delegates and 3 alternates to the county convention to be held at Hutchinson, August 14, 1895, also 3 delegates and 3 alternates to the com missioners convention of the 3rd dis trict to be held at Plevna, September 14, 1893 and to lect a central commit teeman for the ensuing year and trans act such other business as may come before the convention. Everybody turnout. G. M. JonxsoN, Central Committeeman. The Note f BlMk In Drena. A note black' coutinnes to be recognized us giving a striking effect to many light gowns; often a large lilack tint covered with nodding blaok plumes is worn with a white or pale-tinted organdy, and a bunch of roses, violets, or yellow prim roses is added to match tlie gown. Sashes and stock collars ot blank satin ribhon are seen with gowns of pink lawn, vellow dotted Swiss, or primrose- nowered organuy; ana agatu oniy a giraieana s smart bow at tbe side win ue uihck while tbe stock-collar will be of puffed chiffon. From "Review of Fashions," in Demorest s Magazine for August. DOS' STOP TOBACCO. Ilow to lure IT o ii rue I r While Valug IS. The tobacco habit grows on a man uatil his nervous system is seriously af tected, impairing health, comfort, and happiness. To quit suddenly is too se vere a shock to the system, as tobacco, to an inveterate user becomes a stimu lant that his system continniilly craves Baco-Curo is a scientific cure for the tobacco habit, in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula pJ an eminent Berlin Physician who baa used it in bis private practice Bineo, 1872, without a failure, purely vege table and puaranteed petfeolly harm-, less. You can use all Ibo tobacco you want while taking Daco Curo, it will notify you when to stop. We a wi'.ttltt guarantee to pmahcntly cure any case with three boxes, or re fund the money with 10 per cent inter est. Baco 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 nioDtine as the day you to-1; your first chew or smoke. Sold by all druggists, with our iron clad guarantee, at 1 00 per box, three boxes, (thirty days treatment.) 2 50 or sent direct, upon receipt of price SE.VD SIX TWO-CKN C S r AMI'S FOR SAMPLE BOX. BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE, Eureka Chem ical & Manufacturing Company, Man ufacturing Chemists, La Crosse. Wis consin. 22 tf. To Restore hair which has become thin, and keep the scalp clean and healthy, use HAIR VIGOR It prevents the hair from falling out or turning The best gray. Dressing BasvrriEfl. The American St tin r Lanrdry ia making a rpeclality of loundrying f ne curtains. tl nve you tried the new proprietors of the Nickerwn Mills? They are up with the times. tf. Celery plants for sale at P. Zinns 823 Fourth avenue east d0 cents per nunsireu, tz.ou per tnousana. Stratum & Son sell bedroom suits from 10 to $15 that sell for 915 and $20 at other stores. 813 north Main. The Hutchinson Plaining Mill is prepared at all times to do work in their line. See their card in another column. . tf. Bed room suits. 3 nieces, at Stratton & Sons RI3 north Main from (10. to $16. They will save you money on f urnl ture. Wfcen you are in the city and want barber work done don't forget our colored friend, V. A. '1 nomas, opposite ine,Midiaud hotel. We sell the two and four hole Key stone power corn shelters. Call and aret description and prices. Geo. McKixstky & Co., (at Devler's). Carey buys dead hogs. Carey buys dead cattle. Curey bhya big-jaw cattle. Carey buys hides. ll-tf. Farm and city loans made and all kinds of Insurance written. Jony M.Kinkle. Rooms 12 and-14 South Main. Mattresses made to order. Old Mat trusses made over as pood s new. Feathers bought and sold. Uphols tering done in tirst-class style at 311 North Main. tjWe ave aeents for the Keystone Corn busker. The greatest invention of theaue. Stop in and gst descriptivo catalogue. ' McKnistry& Co., (at Devier's Attention Farmer. The the threshing season is again here and while you may not have as mncli to thresh as formerly, yet you will need coal to thresh what you have. We call vour attention to the fact that we are this year making a specialty of steam coal at prices to su't tne circum stances. Central Coal and uoite co No. 214 N. Main ti. L. Odell, Manager. St. Til Hun Is ninety-three million miles from the earth but Myers & Son are centrally located at 26 North Main and are sell ng 80c coffee for 25c and 25c coffee for 20c. Tlie best values in town. Intact thev handie nothing but the best goods and sell tnem as low as honest goods can be sold. Excursion to Texas anil the Nouth Are you contemplating a trip s outh southeast or soutuwestf uo you Know that the Mo. Pac, iu connection with C. It. I. T. Bv. at Wich'ta and dirverg ing lines at Ft. Worth is the best, shortest and most pleasant route to above mentioned territory? Close connections at all poiuts, the splendid equipment and good service anoraea ny their route niaue u to your interest to investigate facilities offered by our lines before starting on your journey. Call on or address. PJ. Lib m bach, Agt. Mo. Pac . By. Three Crops a Tear. Can be grown on tbe same land in easter Mississippi and southern Ala bama along the line of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. The summers are are cooler, the winters are milder, the death rate is lower than In the north. Improved farms $10 to $15 per acre, unimproved land $3 to 15 an acre near railway stations. It is tbe best por tion for raising fruits and early vege table, stock raising and general farm crops. Lands are advancing, now is the time to buy. Very low rate excur sions monthly The Mobile & Ohio has put on two through fast trains each way daily be tween St. Louis and Mobile. It is the shortest and quickest route to the South. An illustrated pamphlet telling all about our country will be ssnt free to a'l who wish it. Apply to i . w Greene, General Agent, No. 108 North Broadway, St. Louis, Mo or to IS. a. I'osej, uenarai rassenger ageni Mobile. & Ohio uaiiroaa uooue, aiu DO YOU WAST TOSrOPTOBVCCrt, Yon con be Cured tTMle tJulnsf II. The habit of using tobaccd gfows on a man until grave diseased conditions nre ntnlnnnH. 'VnU j mouth and stomach; ilyspepsiu, loss of memory; nsrvuns suhcmuub; cjugesuou of the retimi, aud wasting of the optic nerve, resulting ia impairmont of vis ion even to the extent of blindness; di. zineps, or yartigo; tobneco asthma; night ly Bilocntion; dull paiu in region of the heart, followed later by sharp pains, psl pitutiju and weakened pulse, resulting in fatal heart disease. It also causes loss of vitality. Cjl'lT EEKOI1E IT IS TOO LATE To quite suddenly is too severe a shock to the system, as tobacco to in veterant user become a stimulant thnt bis system continutlly craves ''1JACO CUliU" is a Ecieulitlc und reliable vege table remu(ly, guaranteed to be porfectly harmless, and which has been in use for the last 23 years, haviug cured thousands of habitual to'm.-co users -smokers, oliewer Ittul snnll-tlippor. YOU CAN U.SE ALL THE TOBAC CO YOU WANT WHILE TAKING "BACO CUnO," IT WILL NOTIFY YOU WHEN TO STOP. WE GIVE A WIUTIEX Gl'AUAN TEE to perma naueutly cure any case with three boxes or refund the money with 10 per cent in terest. "BACO-CUIiO" ia not a substitute but a reliable and scientific cure which absolutely destroys the ciavin for to buco w'thoat the aid of will p-mer, nmi with no inconveniences. It leaves the system as pure and free front nicotine, oa the day you took your first chow or smoke. - Sold by all drnggUts, at $1.00 per box. three boxes, (thirty days trentiueut, and GUARANTEED CURE,) $2.50, or sent direct upon receipt of price. BEND SIX TWO-CENT STAMPS FOR SAM PLE BOX. BOOKLET AND PPOOKS FREE. Eureka Chemical Dl Mannfac tur,. i.' C 'm; intv 51 auf.iotisii:i.e Chem- !i tf,Lu C WntNUSlj. ro. Alfalfa Seed. 5 bushels for sale at f3.R0 tier hushnl. Inquire at American Clothinir House. Hutchinson, Kansas. 87, III Free. Do not fail to send for a free mm pie copy of the Weekly Glohe, box 540, Den er, Uolo., an Illustrated home and fam ily paper devoted to temperance, pure western stones, mining news, etc. x my cents per year. Send today. The tialdca Wil Invites yonr attention. Fabulous for tunes have been made by judicious in vestments in gold mining stocks. Send t stamp for full partionlnrs about Crip ple Creek gold camp (near Pike's Peak) and full particulars about our company. Atdress, dike's Teak Mining & Ileal Estate Company, (Incorporated,) Denver, Colo. Big Fear Beat. The "Knickerbocker 8peclal" leaves St. Louis at 12:00, Peoria 12:10 p. m., arrives Indianapolis 6:30 p. m. Buffalo 6:18 a. m. next day, New York 6:00 p. m. and Boston 9:05 p. m. This is the "flyer" especislly providing for esteru business W. P. SNYDER, O. W. A, "Big Fot r," St. Louis, Mo We stepped in at 811 N. Main street, the renovators, and saw a bed which was a living working mass ot moths. Everybody should look into their feath ers nnd see if they are moth cut and if so have them renovated. Mr. Buck will eo it rieht and at bard time prices Stop in and see his live moths and the big difference in clean and dirty feathers. 800 First Year aoil all Expenaea Paid. We want a few more General, Aeens to travel and appoint local fluent8onour new publications. 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It tertains to fruit raising in that great fruit belt of America, the soutnern slope or tne Ozarks. and will prove of great value not only to fruit-growers, nut to every farmer and homeseeker looking for a farm and a home. Mailed free. Address, J. E. Lockwood. Kansas City, Mo, TI1E BEAUTIFUL BOCKIE9. They Contain the 6ranlet ftrenery and the Klfliest Uold Rllnea In the Known World. For unknown wealth in fabulous rich inioes of gold and silver and sparkling precious item stoneB. not to mention the lovely scenery, our own Itooky mouu tains excel any recion on earth. The Illustrated Wt-ekly, of Denver, (founded 1800) illustrates the choicest soeuery each week aud tellBuhout the wonderful west. Also, true stories of love and ad vnnture. 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Nightly EmlasioM, Lost Power, Km i inn Memory, Wastma Diseases, and all effects ot aelf-aliuso or excess and Indiscretion, which limits one (or sindy, business or marriage. It not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, bu' ia a great nerve tonlo and blooil builder, bring ing hack the pink glow to fmle checks and re storing the nre of youth. It wards off Insanity and CoiiFiiniption. Insist on having RKVIVO.no other. It cau be carried In vest pocket. By mail 91.00 per raekage. or six tor 85.00, with a pusl tivo written (rnnriintce to ruro or refund homonpy. Ci-r ulartreo. Address itOYAL MEDICINE CO., E3 River St., CHICAGO. XX For Sale at Graybilfh. il RETAINS RUPTURE WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL. Tbe Dr. Harvey Human Hand Truss. mi LIKE USING TOUR FIHGtRS YOU KNOW HOW THAI IS I For Descriptive Circulars Addresa B. I. PEARSON 4e CO.. Soli Max'na. Rlalto Bolldlng. KANSAS CITT, ?:o mm. RAILROAD TIME TABLE; BOCK ISLAND. V IA8TW4KU. DKPAST. No. 30, Mali and Express. ....... 9:00a.m. No. 24, NlKht Expreas 10Wp. m. No HI, Freight Acq 11.40 a. m, . WtSTWMID. DIPiBIi No. 10, Mall and Express 7:0 p. in No. 28, Dodjre City Kipreee 6:30 L m No.SI, Freight A worn... , 11:00 p. na Nu. ID rum to Pratt only No. 23 ruD tliruugli to Dodge City . t LI be. Nog, tland 84 dally except Sunday. M1880DHI PACIFIC. " KAOTHOUND. ' DKFAKT. No. 451, Denver & St. Louis Ex.. 8:uu a. m. No. 464 Wichita A K. U Acoom- modatlon, leaves 3;oo p. m. WIBTBOUND. DKPABTH. No. 4S1, St. Loula & Denver Ex.. im p. m. No. 481, Wichita Accommodation 11 :40 p. m. No.45, Way Freight, depart,. 9:48 p. m. Trains No. 4M, 403 aud 46& do not run on Stra th rough to St. Lools without change. Chair Cars to Dcnwr free of charge This the abort line to all Dolnia west. v. j. LsiHBAcn, Agent. H. C. TowMSBMD. Gen. Faa. Agent HUTCHINSON ASOUTHEK. No. 2. Mall and Express No. 6, Freight and Accom. AHKIVAL. :10 p.m. 11 :10 a. m. DKHAHTI. 8:06 t. m. 8:10 p. w. No. 1, Mall and Express.... No.o. Krelghtand A prom, Dullv. t Dully except bunduy , Close connection made at Hutchlnaon and Klnfrman with diverging lines. Daily connection with alage line at Cameron, reuchlnj-Tond Creek at5 p. in. ATCHINSON, TOPEKA & SANTA FK. WURTHOUNO. DIPARTS. 5:10 p. Dl 8:25 p. ni. 10:10 p. m. 7:45 a. m. Denver aud UUih V Ex.... California Limited Mexico ami California Ex. Colorado Night Kx EAHTUOUND. DXPlftTg. 10:60 p.m. 8:40 a. m. 12.17 p. m. 8:05 p. m. Atlantic Kx New York Limited Ex.,. Chicago Vestibule Ex.. , MlBsourl rivor night Ex. GRAYBILL, the Leading Druggist, in prices and good goods and wants your trade. He can save you some money. Corner Main and Sherman Streets, Hutchinson, Kansas. House, Sign and Carriage painting, l'lain and Decorative l'apbr Hanging. Buggies i harness Second Hand Buggies Harness bought and sold. and First door South of postofflce. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. R. n. W1L80N, M.D. Special attention given to the trettmont n akin dlseaaea. Office In Tpdegraph building. Calls Id tlio country anawered either night or day. J-JIIS. STEWART. 803 North Main Street. Dr. J. E. Stewart, Surgery. Special atten tion to dlioat oa of women . Dr. It. A. Stewart Bye, Ear, Throat and Noae. Qlassea proporly adjusted. J O. MALC6LM, Homoopathic Physician and Surgeon. Ollloo Nn. 10 North Main Stroet, over Brehm'a Grocery Store, itosldenco 11.1 first Avenue East. J-JAVIDSON & WILLIAMS, Lawyers. ltooms 1. 1. and 8 in Moeonle Block. ILUPDEOUFF, bentist. Olllce corticr hf Main and riherman St., front rooms, second floor. II'Mchlnson, Kansas. F. V. WOODARD, D. D. S., Dentist. South wpi corner ot Main and Sherman. Mc-Cunly-Ulllett building L.CAW- Attorney-at-Law. Musonlc Temple, Hutchinson, Kaa. E. C.CLARK, Lawyer. E. A. TAYLOR, M. D. OllleoXo.il North Main, room 8, upstairg. Residence No. 14, Sth Avenue, cast. T L'CKF.It it ROBINSON, Dentists. Corner of Main and Sherman strccti In VYllcoz block. tt C- FAIRCHILD, ! Attorney at I.anv, Rooms II and IS, McCurdy Block, corner 0 Miln and Sherman. Wanted To employ an energetic ladv or gentleman to represent us in each rnnntv. Svrtrv SoO.OO per niont-fi (- nn-" I'll AS. .flrirss with sun;.. 'i"isiy t'o .