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J i LI Li mil iiiiJ Is Another of our Specialties for 1 895 and is the nly Spring Power Sheller Manufactured Without Etiddles, Positively the Lightest Draft. It cannot be clogged or choked. Cleans the corn better than any Sheller on earth. We Can Prove It. Costs less for repairs. Why? Be cause it has no riddles or shakeshoes to jerk and shake to pieces. We carry the only repairs for the Eureka Sheller in Hutchinson, because we have sold over 50 Eureka Shelters since the big corn crop of 1889 and we will soli 100 of thorn in 1893. Don't forgot this fact. Our stock of sheller epairs is by fur the largest of any in the state, because we are general agents for 14 counties in southwest Kansas ITER EVERYWHERE! The Old Rackensack on a Big Tear. Third Ward of the City Flooded by the High Water. MUCH DAMAGE DOXE To Gardens and to Adams and Washington Streets, To say Nothing of the Discomfi ture of the Residents of the Southwestern Portion of the Cily. Last Thursday night the Arkansas river broke over above the It ck Island railroad bridge and by Friday noon almost the eutire portion of the city south of the creek and west of main street wa3 under water from 6 inches to 2 feet. Ail day Friday the water was at a standstill hut Friday evening it commenced running into Cow creek near the water works bridge on Adams street; it was soon also running into the creek on Washington street and by nicht both of these outlets -were carrying a huge volume of water. Saturday afternoon a ditch was cut into Cow creek through the alley back of the Van Zandt building. Here the water ran all night, when on Sunday morning it was discovered the building was in danger oc oeing unuerminea and this outlet was cut off throwing the water into the Washington street ditch. By Monday morning the whole Tolume of water was running. in the Adams street outlet, and that street la In a terrible plight. It bas washed in places to the depth of eight and ten feet and will taks thousands of loads of dirt to replace it. A great portion cf the water bad been drained off by Monday night, but the river at that time was still raising and continued until Tuesday evening when it began falling. The fiats on avenue B and the South Side bakery were badly damaged by being undermined. Baara OrgaalB4. The new board of directors of the mformatorv met last 8Uurday and elected S. U. Peieis chairman. Featpaaeel. Owing to th shortness of the time JUT. BotXla'8 Jecftifl baa ba changed V VAN ZANDT IMPLT, from Saturday Aug. 3rd to Tuesday, AuRUSt 13 at 2 o'clock. Tell vour neighbors. Democrats Net. The county central committee met last Saturday and called a county con vention for next Saturday, week. At Nlekersoii. Rev. J. D. Botkln will deliver his non-part'san lecture at Nickerson on the evening of Aug. 12. No admission is charged to hear tms lectnre, and everyone nhould avail themselves of this opportunity. Faee Burned. Kobt. Schermerhoru had his face badly burned from an explosion caused by heated resin. He was trying to bend a bicycle handle by beating and had tilled tho same with rosin which on getting hot exploded. does oue Better. The first girl who appeared on the streets of Mcl'herson in bloomers was chased three blocks hy an old cow. Mcl'uereon Republican. The girls in Hutchinson who wear bloomers are each tollowed by a pair of calves. Will Kularice. Notwithstanding the terrible disas trous results predicted by placing salt on the free list the demand for Hutch inson salt increases. The Hutchinson Packing compay will in the near future increase the capacity 3,000 barrels per day. They will erect two large build ings, one for storage and the other for making the salt. Caaaly Manual. The annual session of the county normal conveined at the high school building last Monday with a large number of prospective and practicing teachers. It is being conducted by County Superintendent Dawson, Prof. Winans of the city schools, Supt. Jack son, of the Kickerson city schools and Clara Stark of Ft, Scott. Kaawa la Tala Ylelaliy. From the Daily Pantagraph, of Bloomington, 111., we leara of the death and burial of Mrs. Wm. Mayers at that place. Mrs. Mayers was the mother of Mr. Wm. Skein, of Brandy Lake, this county with whom she has spent two summeis. Lack of space and time only prevents us glvingthe fall report as published. IA await Twialer. Monday evening about nine o'clock a small sized cloud gathered in the west and came up with a rush. A goed ihoirer fell la tha immedlata REMEMBER THE PLACE, neighborhood of the city. In the northeast part considerable damage was done to Eeno and Western salt plants, hy the wind which developed lot) a small sized cyclone tearing down derricks, smoke stacks, etc. For the Trade. W. W. Eemick of the Commercial Chop housa ever on the allertto supply his tr&de with the latest and best viands and drinks has now on band and for sale the new temperance drink known as Hop Ale, manufactured by the Anbelser liusch dewing Com pany. The drink has the taite of a One quality of lager beer but is not in an form intoxicating. Non-Pnrtlanu Lecture. Rev. J. D. Botkin will deliver his celebrated lecture, "The l'roblem of the Unemployed," at Nickerson on the evening of Aug. 12ib and i.i this cily Aug. 13th at 2 p. m. In the evening he will also speuk on the "Money Question." Mr. DotKin's lec tures are nonpartisan, and should be heard by every man. woman and child in tnis county. Correction MaUe, Peace Ckeek. K is., Julv 20. fl5. Mk.D. W, Kknt: Dear Sir: How does It happen that Enterprise is entitled to 4 delegates lo the Plevna convention and but 3 to Hutchinson. Which is right? Truly yours, M. G. Hackleu The above card bas been turned over to this office for explanation. Ac cording to the apportionment Enter prise isjallowed 3 delegates to each convention. While on Ill's subject we will also say tbatRoscoe Is not in the 3rd district as stated in the call. Adverllaed Letter. The following is a list of letters re maining in the Hutchinson postoffica Aug. 1, 1895: ladies' list. Baaddeo, MIm Blanch He, Clara Stewart, Miii Maui Went MIm Amer. GllKTHMK.K' LUT. Boner, Prof. D. T. Tlreouin, Curler hkhhhu, aii&UHf Loit, Andrew Norrla, W. V Recob, G. M. 8iono, A. Ci. Fettle, a. Mloear, Will Kaa-le. K. I,. Hlamper, A. D. Vance, Henry. Parties calling for any of the abo"e named letters will please say, adver tised. Fli Mead. P.M. MM arrlo Eaglaaa." Our Nation's Crisis tha progressiva 60 cent reform weekly published at Denver, Colorado, will print that greatest of all reform works. "Merria England," com plete in one double nuauMr, on August 10,1393. Tha price of this Israel 6 cents, or a centa w3k U wititief Of Yes, this is the Deering Ideal Mower with Ball and Roller Bearings.. The Mower that was in the Wallace Show Parade that you have heard so much about. They are selling fast. Farmers that are using them tell us they are perfect and will run at least a horse lighter than the ordinary mower of to-day. The supply is limited, come at once if you wish to secure one. Have you examined our stock of Buggies and Carriages in the Old Postoffice building? Remember we carry the largest assortment in the city. Then we sell the old reliable Bain Wagon, its reputation is world widefor good material and durability. 50 or more. Of this remarkable work, The Coming Nation speaks as follows: "It is the most startling work ever printed. Its sale in England has been over 100,000 a month for nearly a year. It is creating a new era in politics. Where it bus had a large sale the work ing people have "seen the cat''' and de fenteil the Tories and Liberals (same as republiouui and democrats here) and elected new otlloinU of the ew school of politics. It is as large as the average 50 cent hook. Don't delay a day in get ting it. It will arm you to meet and overcome any argument of plutocracy or its hirelings." Address all orders to Oin Nation's Cmsis, Denver, Colo. A Wanderrnl Cure. Some months ago Mr. Gjo. MoKiostry of this city gent to an old friend of his, Mr. Jus. Brown, of Frankfort, Kansas, a CO cent box of Johnson's Pile Remedy. The following letter gives the result in his own wor.U: Frankfort, Kas , July 1,1895. Dedu Mc: It is simply impossible for me to find words to express the gratitude I feel in my heart towards you, in remembering a friend in distress as vou knev me to be. 1 1-ball always think of you hs my beue f actor and remember yon ns a dear friend. Foi the last twenty years I li'ive suffered with Hint terrible malady. I have con sulted doctors and have tried everything Icoult? hear of until I finally gave up and made up my mind to suffer on through life. Bin now I am through. Tiie application of the little bx of oint ment (you so kindly sent t ) me) cured me and I have heeu fren from that dis tressing itching for the Inst two or three weeks or more, ami nrnvy hiieve it is a permanent cure, and thanks to you for it. Yours respectfully, jAues 3. Buown. Hew Shop. If you want a good smooth shave or anything in of line barber work go to No. 8 Sherman street east, back of the Valley State bank. The "Two Johns" are proprietors. Sat Iaaaaeaeel. Riding the bicycle bat ceased to be either undignified or conspicuous. Sev eral yean ago a bishop denounced the practice) by women as immodest and therefor immoral. An immodest woman on a bicycle would surely be immod est still, the well not having any power to tare her, but an immodest woman would be Immodest walking ia the street or fitting in ehuroh, or wherever she might be. Toe bicyola hat nothing whatever to do with modesty or immod esty, with morality or immorality; and whea tha pious bishop uttered hi de nunciation of tha machine and its una his intellectual must have been befuddled by too much pondering on subject too hard or too ety for him. But his dlc tnm has not counted for much, for tha bicycle is growing in popularity every rlv, and the manufacturers, one of whom at least is turning ont one bunded mt vnitraaa day, have dllHoolty in filling tha ordara that ar taut to them. John Gil mer Speed, in August Lipplncott's. It is the only Spring Sheller made that can be run faster than 750 revo lutions per minute without throwing; the corn over. We will guarantee to run the Eureka. 1 ,000 revolutions per minute without injuring the machine and without, throwing corn over. It has the only successful force feed! on the market. CO., Hutchinson, Kansas. For Farmers Only. 1 TVe want to buy all the Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Cab bage, and in fact, all the pro duce the farmers have to sell. We pay highest market price and IN CASH- Yours Kespt., SCHALL&CO., Produce Merchants, Stone building 1st door north of Rock Island Passenger depot, U Hutchinson, Kansas. S U. A It Clien; ,.i.-x mi. The wi-ulom of the Niitiuiiul Commit tee in selecting n city so ceutruliy lo cated, easy of ucees , as Louisville, Ky., for the twenty-niuth auuual Encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Keptib' lie, September lltli to September 14th is fully justirted, judging from the numer ous inquiries received from all parts of the country relative to transportation facilities, paeuger rates, limits of tickets, etc. In anticipation of a very large attend ance, the Haiti more & Ohio Southwestern Railway (formerly the O. & M. K'y), the leailiu? route to Louisville, from the West, North and East, has made prepar ation to afford visitors every faoility, both in the way of low rates and fast trains handsomely and comfortably equipped, from all the terminal points. Tnree daily trains from St, Louis to Louisville; two trains daily (except) Sun day, Benrdstown and Springsdeld to Louisville; three daily trains Cincinnati to Louisville; two daily trains Parkers burg to Louisville. Rate via B. & O. S. W. K'y will not exceed one cent per mile. Tickets will be on sale September 8th to Utb, inclusive, good returning until October 8th 1893. One ofjthe principal events following the close of the Encampment will be the dedication of tha Chlokamauga National Mlllitary Park, Chattanooga, Tenn., to which excursion rata from Louisville, Ky., will not be higher than one oent per mile; in addition ehere will be cheap excursions run from Louitville to tha various battle Melds ia the vicinity. The citizens of Louisville are a unit in their axpressiona of aocordlng to their guests a royal entertainment during tha En oarapment. Any further particulars desired will be cheerfully furnished on application to A. C. Goodrioh, Traveling Passenger Agent of the B. A O. S-W. R'y, Kansas City of to J. M. Chesbrongb, Genera! Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Keaalrer. J. W. Hufflne, opposite old court house, does all kind of, boot . ud shoe repairing. Price, cheapest on earth.- $384,255,128.00. J. Ts sp'nt annually for tibneco. Thons J ' J- sands of men die every year from '' H tlint dreadful dl-ease. t'anuer of tho ! J Htomaeh brought on by the ue of To- A s bncco. s The use of tobacco is Injurious to the A " nervous nystein, promote heart troubles i affects tho cyesiKht, Injure the voice. unu manes jour presence obnoxious to those cIcub and pure from tuch a tllthy habit. DO YOU USE TOBACCO? If yon do, we know you would like to quit "the habit, and we want to assist you and will. If ynu any the ord. How Can W Help You? Why, 07 in- rtnclim l'oo to purrnasH a box of Colli's Tobacco Antidotk, which Is a perpar tlon compounded strictly of herb and roots, which is a touio to the system: ulsn cures tho Inbaco llublt and knock" Clirnrftts llly. How Oo Wa Know It Will Cure You? First, by Ha lhuinuds ami thoinit'itls of curenj Second, by the increiiaed deiiiund for it Irom tbo ii.ot repnMb e wholesale l ouses: Third, we know what It is com posed of, anil that I be pr-p;iMtlon will clent) Hie avslHin of nicotine, unit will can eel all errors of the ist. Your D n;g:t tins Colli lor sale. Tfho has uot ask Him to get it lor you. If ho tries to pulm off something "jnst 11s tfood," insist on having Colli. If he will not order it for you, send iis1.ikiI dol lar, and receive a box of Oolll postpaid, liemcmher, (Willi C'i'iiks. in mostcaBes oue box affects a rure, but we guarantee ; boxes to cure anj oue. Colli Remedy Co., Iligginsville, Mo. Greatest Retail Store in the West. 103 DEPARTMENTS STOCK, $1,130,000 FLOOR AREA, NEARLY 7 ACRES. Dry Goods Millinery-Ladlet' Salta-rTottone-BoTt' Clothing Men's Furnishings Shoes-JewetiT-SIlTerware Books Furniture CarpetaWaU. Paper Hart warn Candles New Tea Baom. Why You Should Trade Here Tha assortment la the freeteat lo the' West- under roof. - Oae order one check-oae afptflesi'irin St yoa" out complete. We tar for mrt cask ear prices an eoaao a.ueatlr tha aawaa. Money refunded oa naeaUsfactorr food rf re turned at one. Handsome MB-pag tllotnted Oatalogae last, oat of press trw by mail. Come to the Big Store If you can,. Ton win be nude welcome. If yoa eaat send for oar new catalocae-fTM by man. Emery, Bird, Thayer & Co., acoosaaoaa to KAN5A5 CITY. MO. Oar rrleca la Hooplae; With tho Wheal Crap. Farmers remember that we have1 at all times all the best grades of steam coal for thrrshln purposes. We es pecially recommend to vou ourcele finiter) Nr A Weir. It hus no frinal. (Dtrr-J0arN!i4 Gok--J.. Jmja. Mala. . L. Qdxll, MaaagBr.