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t'ra Carres Mm IXialli In Va - exdectcd Suxr, LastThursdHy afternoon Earl But' ton, Trav Adams, Harry Raglaud and Fras Carress drove out to the Leldgb ranch to bunt for ame. All of the boys except youoR Carress ft out of the carriage to get some watermelons, when in some way the gun belonging to hita became dis charged, taking effict in his side, kill ing liini almost instanty. The body was brought to his home oa Thirteenth street where be lived with his psrents. The funeral services were held Sat urday morning at the Christian church nf which he was a ir ember. Ihe re mains were taken to the ceinetry un der the auspices of Co. E. K. N. G. Young Carress was an exainplary vouna man beinc active in church work. It is not a question of proflt. but how much goods we can get rid of be fore we move our store. I. GOl.DBEKCI A Guoil Knowing. We have before us the statement of 4he First National Bank of this city for the first quarter of the Dscal year endinir September 28tb, 1895. This B . .ujf; is el;t.' 'w ill.: . ' "i U'ol- ler of the currency aud here lublisued is a creditable showing for this old ever reliable institution, we doubt if any bank in the state can make a bet ter showing. Depositeis and ail others doing business with ine First National Are ever easy in their minds as to the reliability of the First National. Its officers are gentlemen, capable, reli able with thorough business training. Our citizens may well be proud ot the First National as a fixed institution in the city. Democrat. Badly llnrl. , Last Thursday at one o'clock while Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wiens, of lnman, were crossing 2nd street on Main a fractious horse being driven by Levi Garver struck Mrs. 'Veins with such force as to knock her at least ten feet badly injuring her head. 8he was carried to Mr. Streeter's hotel and a physician bent fur. She remained in an unconscious state for several hours. Mrs. Weins was taken to her home Saturday morning on a cot. Mr. and Mrs. Weins are prosperous farmers and were in the city trading. The accident is deplored by every one. A Narrow Escape. On Monday evening about 5 o'cock Mr A. D. Buter was driving on couth Main street, her horse became frightened and ran; when iu front ot the Bon Ton bakery the horse ran into -the carriage of Mrs. W. II. Kinney. Both horses fell and the occupants of Loth carriages were thrown out. Mrs. Butler and Miss Sweet who was in the carriage with Mrs. Kinney escaped in jury, but Mrs. Kinney received some bruises about the face. FIUOStL II. D. Freeman, of Booth, was In town Monday. Wm. Astle and Wm. Maguire two of Haven's prosperous citizens were in the city Monday. J. II. Fountain, of Castleton, was in town Saturday. He has been kept at home for sometime on account of bad health. Ed JIallowell, cashier of the Burton Stock Car Co. ot Chicago, and an old friend of the editor is visiting his brother N. L, llallowell. assistant superintendent of the Reformatory. Capt. E. A. Smith, of this cily. who has been partially bliud from a cat aract of the eyes has been apparently Huciii-Sf run v operated on dv a si. joe Mo. phjsiciiiu. Mr. S. S. Le'ch'v. of Booth, called Monday and droroad two dol iarsontbe Gaziutk ti.hle; one will causa the Gazei tk to make weekly visiisfor oim year to his brother 'it Vanderbilt, Penn., and the other sets the date up Sept. "JO on his own paper, Picture frames cheup as the cheapast at iNo. s Soutn Main. Wm Mangold & Sox. Fur Sale About 50 bushels of sweet potatoes of due quality at my rarm 4 miles north of town, at 30 cents per bushel it. A. itoss Jerry at Arlington. The boys in the western part of the county have secured the Hon. Jerry Simpson for a rally which will be held at Arlington on Fridav, Nov. 1st at 2 o'clock p. m. This will be the only opportunity of hearing Jerry this year Let the boys turn out and bring their republican brothers with them. 4 Jerry wiil probably tell what makes corn and broom corn so cheap. Look On l! Wm. Mangold & Son, at No. 8 South ilain, have jnst opened up a full line of stationery such as Ink tablets, penoil tab lets, pens, peucils, inks, mucilage, and other things in that line too numerous tomention. We will also make a specialty of picture framing nnd will be as cheap as the cheapest. We will carry a full line of periodicals and paper We invite our f rieuila to come and see us. Thry Do. The Hutchinson Gazette by Foster nnd Hutton js one of the best patron ized papers of any coming to this ofllce. The ads are set in such style as to make them attractive and the business men of Hutchinson must surely ap preciate the medium as an effective catcher of customersi Printers' Aux iliary. Dlrorce Granted. J udge Martin, on last Friday granted tiLuella Winne a divorce from Scott E. Winne. The sensational expecta tions did not materali.e to the dis comfiture of the morbid minded who had looked forward to the event with longing eyes. The plaintiff was given Judgment for $1,100 and custody of the youngest of the two children. la Ihe Field Agvla. Mr. J.W. Kanaka is again in the field for a share of the grocery trade of this county. He is located at Streeter's old stand and wants all Gazette readers to come in and see him. He will buy all your produce and pays the highest market "price for good butter and eggs. Tim Mlllluery Store. Mrs. J. Benford hits just opened n hufe and complete stock of millinery goods and will guarantee satisfaction .i! quality and prices. Give her a call hud be convinced. Cor. Main street and Ave. A. Hon. Jerry Simpson will soeak at Arling ton, Friday, Oct. 1st at 2 o clock. rbe Daialer Commit. During the past five years the taste ot tne tneatre-gotng public Has in clined largely toward that class of en tertainment known as farce comedy and no company lias been more Jnstru mental in this result than Cosgrove and Grant's comedians with their famous farcical piece called "The Dazzler." The pk-ce, while having but little plot, is full or bright lines and clever situations, which art; so admirably handled by the comedians of the company.wbile the preHy faces, charming costumes and nimble bee's of the ladies add not a little to tbe evening's enjoyment. The company is a strong one, and will furnish two hours of sold fun to all who visit the opera house next Friday night, Oct. , 1SU-5. Keportorilie OlHclal Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Hutchinson, Kansas. At tho close of business. Sept. 28. 1895 as ren dered lu the comptroller or the currency. ItESOUUCES. Overdrafts 8 007 83 Cash and Sight Exchange.. 112,729 83 Loans and Discounts aSo.fcWJG Stocks and Bonds 23 424 10 Ileal Estate and Fixtures . . . 10,500 00 United States Bonds 56,338 00 8148,279. 06 LIABILITIES. Capital 8100.000 00 surplus and Protlts 18,290 46 N ational Bank Notes 44,900.00 Deposits 285,082.60 $448,270.60 itv I. E. L. Meyer, c.shior of the above name i bank, do soluinnlr swear that to above st.te- ment is true, to the beat of my knowledge and Deuer. fc. 1. M rn RK, uusmer. Subscrllied and iworu to before me this 2Mb day of September, 18V5. W. H. K OAN, iskai.j. Rotary nioiu. Commission exDlre. Juno 27. 1808. Oorreot. Attest: Homes For Bale. If you want a house cheap see Frank W. Roberts over No. 5 South Main street, he has several gooa ones to move. Will take good notes. 4 tf. Some People are Sever Satlafleil. But then some others are. Mvers & Son. the grocers, are only satislled with the largest and best trade in the city which ttiey now have and if you will go ana see litem ou will know the why: They have the best stock and treat their customers the best of any linn in the city. No Cure No Pay. Johnsons Lightning Pile remedy is guaranteed to cure Blind, Ulcerated, Itching or Bleeding. Piles. It absorbs the tumors, acts as a poultice, allavs the itching at once and gives instant relief. It is prepared only for piles and is not a "cure all" for the ills the flesh is heir to. A fifty cent box will cure yen, or your money will be re turned. For sals by all druggists in Hutchinson. If your druggist does not carry it send direct to me. W. L. JOHNSON. 36-tf. Hutchinson, Kansas. Excursion to Texas and the Nonlh Are you contemplating atrip south southeast or southwest? Do you know that the Mo. Pac, in connection with C. It. I. T. By. at Wich-ta and diverg ing lines at Ft. Worth is the best, shortest and most pleasant route to above mentioned territory? Close connections at all points, the splendid equipment and good service afforded by their route make it to vour interest to Investigate facilities offered by our lines Deiore starting on your journey. Call on or address. TJ. Liembacii, Agt.Mo. Pac. By. THE BEAUTIFUL ROCK1EA. They Contain tb Grandest Reentry and the Bleheat Sold nines la the Known World. For unknown wealth in fabulons rich rn'iDes of gold and silver ami sparkling precious gem stones, not to mention th lovely scenery, our own Itocky moun tain excel nny region on earth. The Illustrated W.elily, of Denver, (founded Ib'.IO) illtisfr.it.-n tlio choicest scenery encli week nnd ti lls about the wonderful west. Alto, true ttories of love ami ad venture. Thi lug family t aper con taining eiuht Urge pag-n, fifty-six col umn!., will leei:t On trial tlnvu mouths ('hirtei-n weelf) for only tea two cent !;imp; club of MX lor a dollar bill lltiU'Home gold rins set with beautiful Rocky rnouutujn gems are given lien us nteniinms. Address ns above and ruca 'ion Thk Gazette wheayou write. NEGOTSABL PAPER Taken in exchange for Clothing from now until we close. Because we don't want to take any goods with us when we go to Kansas City. Remember, The Eagle Grocery, in Blook, Flour and Feed at Wholesale or retail, besides tho 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 justified. The Eagle Grocery, 15 South Main Street NEW FdT aa IA A aa umiLurt; tore STRATTON & SONS PRO PRIETORS 313 NO. MAIN. An e-tiro lino of has bsen aided and 15 cent corn prices. our stock of New Furniture is for sale at We are selling NEW AND 2nd HAND STOVES AT BARGAINS Feathers Renovated Feathers bought and sold. Old mattresses mnde over and new mattresses made to order. Stove Repairs. A full line of store repairs for cooking and heating Stoves. Call and examine our goods. Wanted. Sscond Hand goods wanted of all kinds. Stratton & Sons. Aij Accofyfyodatiorj 4a Pimm1.ii On receipt of 8 eta. in stamps Ve will mail, postpaid, to any address a box of 20 "CityTalK" Cigarettes Or. on receipt of $2.50, we will express to any address 1000 "City Talk "Cigarettes. "CITY TALK" Clettes are made of carefully selected and naturally sweet Virginia and North Carolina bright tobacco, and are the equal of any high priced brands on the market. Your monev back if vou want it. f W. F. SMITH & SONS CO. fbole Manufacturers, WINSTON. N. C. V. S. A. CHEAP COITf FARM Xo. 781. No. wqrtl-iS-TTi ICO acres; T3 cultivated! some furest treoa; fairhouKe; Arlington 1 No '.-il mile,. Whfnwur nnd w lit w ctr R-'.-.inr tr.i rn... 10 ...1,. ... with wire; Syviu 0 niluw; .mill heuse. . ' " '; un ucn-s lenccd miil.17"4WU; U0KK'' SOacrt tulth""edS ! acre. undi-r fence; iiaullhowe; Sjlvlu No. TSl. Ko 7H6E hf W U !0'"Mi-m acros; unimproved: milfj from Sylvia. ":l M With wlrl" hI Ninnescah Crook; Arlington Ko. 7HCi. building.9'7' a"eei fcnCCd: W0tOred by NInDe8cab Creek; JrllngloaS mllcg; no- ?m?lIs','r, 160acreB: Miw cultivation, 80 acres fenced; fulrhonse; Kingmu- t? two good welU; Ar- No. ;s7 No. 788. No. 78li So N w nr 15-2(1-7: 1C0 acres: novfr-fslllno anrin. trino,.. io.n... No. 7H1" of 33 22 5 5 640 acre,! 811 1"""11; W m from Hutchinson; no buildings; living water- Hw qrS-23-5 100 acres; 10 acres orchard; S acres Inclosed with barbed-wlre fem e! aooil' well and one spring; good buildings; Hutchimon 3 miles. 1 g mdes1' 1C"iW!: ' "Ur'Si U ftnc,d; fl"b8 ml wtllsj ro lialii'lngs; Ilutchlueou Sfc. No. 781 J. No. 7813 nd f Ui IB. i4 V. 1' uil nt it n o it . . .11 ... . ., .. , ... H and. It 6 und tl ol tho n w i excemliie IS: 7ii acres oft tho n i.f Lit n't i. .:, T i all No. 7SU W iV'! X, 1 w H,' a"11,' w ' n w muX 9 ! "u H u 0 U. ud lots I, ?and- dala 0 miloH: o i .;.' ""w """" " "UB" Kmmea "I na au "cil.j An- No. 78JI . J, FAIK, . wm Dealer in All kinds of Hard and Soft Coal, Lumber land Building Material. C. F. MIKESELL, Mgr. Telephone No. 13. ninTTTnijTTnTTTfnniTntyifTnrmmmm twain r ironne mm f Of Humanity ! f nr tint part of It which Is suffering from nny 3 c .Kin or iiko unease, we unu to uicir noutc t our New Skin Treatment.! Wa positively frnnrinteo, anj back tt up by 3 P tbouundauf doliura, to cure S3 per cent, of ill j P caes under our care. Everytwtly, man.womau 3 t or child, it IIkMa to hnve a skin dlaeue at 3 t some time of life. Our method of trentment a cures ao completely thai the disease never re M Eczema, Salt Rheum. Tetter,! and all Hkla ulKwiri Tteld onlrklr toonr trcntmetit. Vou keeiiritrht on with yourrennlar 3 work If roa wish to snd niei1 lort no lime. 3 Wrlti. iu .t aurh Mr Hnnntum RIabIc to All out- 3 isnonoraaureM c Radford Eczema Co., fc Rooms 33J Jj6 New Rldje Bldff, 3 t KAKSAS CITY, MO. 3 jfmiiiiiauuuuuuuiUiiiinimiuuuuui. All uf 1-85: Q40 acrAH: 0.) hem. milt Ivafml. tm littllinM. tr. n ti No. Tata .iraj,ii,iMiium, 8hf n ear 28.28.: ROiir-m.- i.t ..r.. .itt......i No, 78111. " vu.w,..u, ,r uou ana oarn. -nil1' rei CreSC 8d;i t0r7 h0U,!e mi brn' p'flK No. 7817. a qr a-K-7( 150 aores. 180 acres oultiratedi 2 story house; fair barn. Partridge 7 No. 781V. n- wbfB.1T 310 seres: 41) aores outtlvsted; 810 acres undsr fenco; never fuilinir lirill!r:fulr llilllaii: Ar noton T mil. ' . No. 7818. " ' ' " N e ar 923-10: 100 aores : la) aori nndnr nnltivtlnn. t mil.. No, 7SSO. ', ' ' ""' A o. and n w (jr 17-V8-, ; 800 acres; sll enclosed with wlra fence; Ar.instoa 9 miles; watered by gooa spring; fair house and burn. uu S w qr 33 2.1-5, lHOiioia (living soring; BOacres andor cultlirallon; 2 acre, orchard: fair house uud uru barn: ilavenHmlli!:..ast'ntiii il mil... ' ' No. 78.a. W hf se qr, and e hf s wht 4-&-11); Small orchard; iS acre, under cultivation; Sylvia No. 7M W hf and s c or l-J.'-U: 480 acre: nnlmiiroi tH. No 7Ki4. ehf nwiirUSJO; 80acres;3o acres cultivated; falrhonse; all under fence; Hutchlnsoa 1 yi niilou. Xo. 7Si5. tt hf 27-''l-tt: nnlmorored: Plevna It nilloa Xo. 78.X . All or o-awi; an) arret: all Inclosed with wire fence; watered by Nlnncscuh Croelt mil SDruiira: 10 miles from Lhenev. No. 78i7. Jt hf n e hf nnd e M i o qr; 18-25-10; 20 acres cultivated; 110 acres Inclosed with wire fence; fair house with basement. No. 7828. NeprSo-24-10; 100 acres cnltlvuted; Si ones orchard; SUacrci inclosed with wire fence: good well; Mj lvla2S4 miles; lair dwelling; goid burn. No. 7829. 8 eqr 20-20-8; 160 seres: 100 acres tinder cultivation; a km orchard; 25 acres fenced -waiered by living water; terado 8 miles i Arlington 8 mile.; fulr buildings. ' No. 78i0, 8 e qr 23-28-9; 160 acres; 60 acres under cultivation ; fair dwelling; Teualoosa U miles. No. 7831. shf 11-22-6: :oacros; 40 acres cultivated: 100 acres Inclosed by fence; good springs ami well: fair house; barn and cattle sbedi. No, 7832. Neqr 20-20-5; 1C0 acres; 110 acre, cultivated: foitp forest tree.; 25 arrcs fenced will, wire: water by inrinia. creek and well: Huven 12 milux: lulr lldllfttii. Ititrii unit ormiupv No. 7833. " Whf.ec acre. 1 N wqr 28-20-7; lffl acres: 00 ncrc. cnltivnti'd; 1 acre orchard; living woter; fair hous and bam: Prcttv I'ruirie U mile.: Kluimau 8 milus. No. 783J. fenr.wqr.iidwhrseqr 10-25-10; 100 acres; 40 acres cultivated; .mall orchard; Sylvia 414 miles: fair house anu barn. So. 7R,:. Whfn wqroud whfnw qr 11-25-10; 100 ocrc3; 20 acres cultivated: Sylvia 5 mllos; no bulldlncs. No. 7837. 8 eqr 0-25-6; 100 acres; BO acn-s onltivatod; small fjrest; 3 acres orchard; watered by hod nock lreek: fairhni'me: Cistletcin 3 niileri. No. 78U0. N w oa 3-23-8; 160 acres: 40 acres cultivated: Storlinir 8 mile?: fair hon-ic. No. 7830. 8 w qu 14-22-9; H acres; all under wire fence; 80 acres cultivated; Storling 8 milts; fair house aud barn. No. 7841) E bT n w qr and n w qr. w qrandn w qr.e qr 8-32-5; 160 aore3; 40 acros cultivated; W acres fenced : liutchinsun 7 iiiIIid: fnir bouse und stable. No.7841. N w (i r 20-20-1: 160 acres: 40a?reJ cuit vated: Andalo 8 miles. No. 78 12. Lot 1 and n eor n w or 18-21-10: BOaeres: 20 acres cultivated: no hiillilliiar. No. 7813. 8 w ar 17-22-9: 160 acres: Sterling and Nlckerson 12 mllos: no bulldiuir. No. 7844. 8 e qr 3-2.1-10: 160 gcics; fo acres cultivated; 3 a?res orchard; 10 acre, fenced with barbed wire: Sylvia 3 miles: fair bouso and burn. No. 7845. Lot land 2 or 18-25-9 and e hf n c qr 13-2o-10; IUJ acre.; 2i acres cultivated; Sylvia 7 miles; lair house. No. 7810. Nenr33-i2-5; 100 acres: watered bysnrlnu: Hutch uson VA miles: no mDrovements. No. 7817. N e qr i.o-2i-; lu) acros; 10 acres orchard: Arlington 3 miles; good hoac; barn and granny. No 7W. Fractional 3-2'i-7; bl8aercg; fenced with wire; living water; rarlridge 9 miles; no build in) a. No. 7W). N wqr -20-4, lODacrcs; all under cultivation : watered by springs; Haven 5 miles; no bm.iUngJ. Xo. 7S.il!. 8 w qr fl-'K-O, 100 acre.l. o. 78 .1. All of 11-23-4; 0.0 uoics; no Imirorcmect.; 5 miles to B urrton railroad station. No. 783. N w qr ; 2-'.:M: ihi acres in cullivutlon; -0 a; res orchard; all fenced: fair buildings; Kent railroad Btallvu2a niilt's. No. 7KW. t hfs e qr so--e-o; o ceres; luacr'-sctiuvaioa; small ouiiuing. aeqrandiwqraeqrandneqrsw qr 8-3310; 100 aores; 05 acres cnltlvated; 8 (inclosed with wlro fence; H acre orchard; good bouse aud biro; Sjlvliiii mile.. The Wsstern Pacific Tea Co., Ko. G South Main. Tho nnly exclnslv. Tea, roCee. Baklne Powder snd Sice bous t in thi ci'y. A viiI'H'.IjIj i rcsenlgiven witheacblb of tukiug powder. Trcsh Roasted Coffee 20c per pound, larui lor Male. A ?nod bo'.tom f;;rtn of r0 .icrcs of Mn. 1 luatl.one mile from Nu kei'son. p;oorl 3 room liouse, outtitiiMines etc Knquiie of. .1. F. S.vith Hulcliiiiscn, or Dm Wktkiiis, Nirker ersoa. T Hi. 7t 51. 78:5. 7S.". 7857. 78C8. 78-.P. 7850. 7S01. 7862. 7803. 7864. 78C3. 7800. 7807. 78CS. t 7870. 7871. 7S72. tst; E hf Be qr 27-21-10; all fenced; watered by norih brunoli of Ninnuscah Hlvcr. W hf n e qr ll-2o-10; SOucrcs; no Improvements. All of. ljnnil e hi iri-28-7; 1127.10 acres; 807 under fence; 110 acres cultivated; stock w.iteron.l; iair bullulii'S. Swqr 29-20-7; 0 acres cultivated: small buildings, 8hf 3-22 5; COueros; allfoneed: watered by Little Arkansas P.lvcr; V, mile Irom railroad KtutlOU. N hf 20-22-5 ; 320 aci3 of bottom land; all under fence; !, milo to railroad station. W 1 Jseqr 10-22 0; SO acres; 00 ncrcs cultivated; fair building; good, neighborhood . N wqr 32-22-5; 160 acre.. Nhf nwqrll 23 3; 80 acres; 30 acroscultlvated; 4 .cret orchard; small billdinj.. 8 eqr 25-22-6; 160 acre; no Improvement.; Butohiatoa4mr.cs. N wqr 30-22-10, 160 .ere. bottom land; no improvement. Nhf no qr 7-23-3; 60 acres v.lfey Und; 80 acres cnltlvated; no other Improvements, N e qr2O-22-0; 160 acrov, 50 acres cultivated; .mall buildings; 7 miles to railroad station. S e qr 20-22-5; 100 acres; 25 acres cultivated; small building.. Nhf n wqr 15-23-4; 80 acre.; 25 aero, cultivated; small buildings; Hutc'iln.on S miles. 8eqr35-23-4; 100 acres; 150 acre. cultivated; fahbuildingj: 4" mile, to Barrton railroa station. N w qr 17-25-10; over 100 acros In cultivation: 6 mile, sonth Silvia; l.rse frame bnrn worth' 1200: 10 seres fenced hog tig) t, balance fenced with gxl fence; Ibis was a psrt of a lanu of 320 acies, the honse sunning on tbe other quarter. 8 w qr .3M4-8; land adJolm'ArHni-ton; aboutone-half In cultivation; partly fenced; a nlce ljing and producliv. quarter ot land. S eqrSJ-C4-10: t m'le. from Sylvia In a fair portion of the cunty ; a'.nut one-half In cul tlva'ioii; balance aiau aud pasture land; comfortalile hou--e wd barn. N w qr -8-2S-7 ; Pre'tv Prairie 4 mllos; abont 50 ncrei In cnltlv.itlon. but every f.Kit cou'.d b.-cultivated; this faim 1. luthe very midstof aUue farming district. This land will all be sold he.p and on such tenr. as will allow ary one to own their lnud in afew yeurs. In c-irepoi:dirg refer to thennmbcr In m..rglu. Addtes. No. xo East Sherman Street, Hutchinson. Kansas