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ltnt Hold by tlm Iilutrlou Malv.uiaia at. Kipoiimfml In til Own Vrlliim. fiays the Aiiirrlcnn: The Kiiiiu unci iuriiL'H of tlm JetYcrao nlun Cyelciieilln cuiiiint ho more brlelty ime1 I him In I ho fullciwlng won! from tha profile; "Tim Jerruraonlii.il Cyclopu dlu In dorilKnecl to Im u e'oinpluto oliiHBllU'd rriiMKi'ini'iit of tlm writing iif 'i'lioimw Jeffermui mi Kiivurniiii'iit, politic, law. dueiiilnii, tiiniuierro, uKi'lvullurA, iiiunu fieelurcH, iiitviKul Inn. Iltiiiuee, nmriilH, ro IIkIiiiih fieeilmn, mill nmiiy other topic uf permanent human Interemt, It cnn tuliiH every tlilim nf liniirtitiiee tlmt Jcf fermin wrutu mi Ihrmi milijrcta," III It til Ultor him bimihIiI "to iiitiiiiku itnd claim Ky tlm tliinrliH and principle of Juf fermia, ho an to malie them aviilliililo In lenity ivfrreiire form," mill further tit lliukii "u liiiinniil of JefriM'Hiinllili (loetrlae, reunite, eomjili le, lniiiirtliil, ulvlim Jef tVrHuu'M vIcWM, tllenlle llllll IdelllH III Ilia own word..." We rieoiiiiur'iil (lie follou llitf to the tlioii,'lil I'nl cnii.sMernt Ion (if our read era: The llilllieiiee over siiverninc'iit IIUIHt 1)0 hunl iiiiii. oil nil the ieoile. If every In dividual which eiiiiiimseM their iiiiiiih pur llelpuii'H In the ultimate uiithorlty, tho Sovernment will he wife; hcriiUHu tho twruplliiu; of the whole iiiiinh will oxcoeil ony private reiioiireen of wenllli; unci puli lie nn.H ciinnnt he provided hut by levies on the people. In IhlH eiiMo overy mull would have to pay IiIh own pries. Here do iw Cud liilclly but Henrly tilled (lie prime reimoiiH nnd nw ity fur )(iMilur voice In fjovorniiiont ,nnil (lie limneiiHiiinlili! advantages 1o lie 'i;l.iid mid piVKMol, Again H!tJ':i JelVerKdii: The rlRlilH of the people to tho eiierolao and f ruliH of their own ludiiHtry tun never he protected nKuliiHt the hoIIIhIiiichh of ruler not milijeet to their control at abort periodic. For jinictleMl application of tills maxim wo turn to direct IrglNlutlon. Am could there lie n belter ui-f; iimeiit for tlie linpenitlvc mniulnte thuti l to le found here? IJnleKic tlm miiHH retHlim nuineletit con trol over thoHu IntriiHled with tho power of th"lr government, them will bo por wortcd to their own oppreHHlon, und to tho fwrpetimtlnn of weulth nnd power In tho IndlvlduulH ii nil their fnnillleii aolcrtoel for the tniHt, Wliuthcr our t'oiiHtltutlon liu lilt on the exart cleKree of control iiecnu ary, In yet under experiment. And tlien, to Hum up, we quote the following which state maxima ho true ii to lin itidiKpiMiihle: OovenitneiilB nro mora or Icich republi can on they htivo moro or Ich of tho element of populur election nnd control Ju their conipuHltloii. The peoplo will err ometlmea anil nerldentiilly, but never do Isnedly nnd with n aysetomntlr. Hnd por evorliiK purpon( of overthrowing the Ireo principle of the RnvoriiiiiiiiU. Turning to nnothcr point ivo find thin: Wore I cnlled upon to ilertdo wbether the people had bent bo omitted In the leKlnhitlve or Jiidlrlnl department, I would may It In belter to lenve them out of tho leRlHlutlve. The execution of the luwa la more Iniportiint than tho making them, This In a recognition clear mid elite find that the judiciary Ih liiimnii nnd lience fnllable, mid niny, with equal propriety, he ndviinccd an nn argument for putting the judiciary within the power of the people. Klaewhere wrote Jefferson : We already nee tho power, Inxtalled for life, renponslble to no authority, (for Im peachment In not even a sriire-erow ad vancing; with a nolnelewc and Htendy puce to the grout object of consolidation. Tho foundiillonH are already deeply laid by their deelHloiiH, for the tho annihilation of cniiKtltulional Ktate rlirlit and tho re mo vol of every cheek, every counterpolHO to the eiiBillpliliiK power of which tbem elve nro to make a sovereign part. Let the future appointment of Judaea be for four or Klx yearn, und rnmoviiblo by the president uud senate. Tills will bring: their conduct, at regular perlodH, under revision and probation, und may keep tlioni In eiul)olse between the gcnorul and special governmentH, Here, then, do we Kee thtil Jefferson forewnv nnd nppreciiited the diiiigcrH likely to nrlse to popular government from our judicial HyHtem. And neck ing n way to pfiinrd npninst them, In which direction did he look for relief? Toward the Rovere.ljrn people. A bettor remedy I think, nnd Indeed the beet I can devise, wmild.be to give futuro commissions to Judgca fur six years (the ncnntorlul term) with a rcayi polntnblllty by the president with tho up probatlon of both houses. That the house of representatives Imports a majority of cltliOH, that of the Henato it mujorlty nt Htntes, nnd that both a majority of the three Hoverelifii departments of the existing government, to wit, of Its exec utive und legislative branches. Apopros of certain tendencies of the hour, we quote the following: There can be no question, In a mind truly American, whether it Is best to send our citizens nnd properly Into certain captivity, nnd then wmro war for their ro covory, or to keep them at home, and to turn seriously to that policy whkli plants tho manufacturer und the huslmndmnn eldo by side nnd establishes nt tho door of every one that exchange of mutual la bors und comforts, which wo liavo hith erto m ui Klit In distant nylons, und under perpetual risk of broils with them. WHITHER ARE WE DRIFTING? Coder l'rerent rnllolr the American Tub lie Is Donmod lo I)h- truelloii. Four hundred nnd twenty million dollars Is the 1)111 tip to dutc uncord ing to Secretary (lun'o'a tables of Me Kinley's militarism und Imperial pol icy nnd that Is only u beginning. It costs twice as much to support such royal luxuries in this country as it does In the old lnonurehlcH of Europe. Wo have only just begun on the China business and no one can make a reasonitblo guess of (lie cost of that which is u natural branch of the I'hillpplno conquest, Tho American people, luive paid $.1, 000,000,000 towards extinguishing the pqMio debt of $2.(0n,noi),0i)0 which re ulted from the civil war nnd it began to grow anew under Cleveland, who aided the republican party to fasten the gold standard on the country, nnd found It necessary to Increase tho pub lic debt $2112,(1011,(1110 in his limindering in the Interest nf thai increase under the direction of Wall street. Secretary liage lias added $:.')(,)()(), 000 to the public debt, ami an Increase of taxes of about .10 per cent, hai, been added to the annual bill of expenses of government In totting the new pol icy of Imperialism uud militarism in augurated. Hcvertil thousand of our young mro, have been killed and died of disease hi Mr. McKlnley'a tropleul wurs, in his Inaugurating the Kugllsh policy of colonial empire und milking tha United States a "world power" after the man ner of the monarchies of Ktirope, At the pace, Mr. McKlnley has set we will oon have u public, debt aggregating many billions, and Impossible of pay ment, which will be u constant bur den on tlm Industry of the country, Such a public debt Is what the bank er class most desire, on which they can orgaule banks and Issue currency giiai'iintced by the government, nnd perpetuate their despotic control of the money ami business of the coun try, and loan credit ad libitum. ty tlial melius a plutocracy would be es tablished which would dominate and control n greater despotic power than liny monarchy in Europe. In truth such plutocrtiey Is already inaugu rated. With the gold standard enabling tl to cull for gold to pay ull obli gations, and u uatioiiiil debt by which they could use the credit und wealth of tlx' nation to bank on, ti moneyed oligarchy would be built up the like of which the world never before wit nessed. With this object In view Ihe money class ure laboring unceasingly uud liuve since 18(12 when the first ad vance was made, Almost the entire press of tho country has been bought or subsidized by them and the cry against free silver by that means has been kept up. The general public ure largely In the dark on this colossal money conspiracy. Ilcnco their pres ent nervousness over silver. It's res toration to the world's money would bo n death blow to the gold conspir acy, and freedom from debt to tens of thousands.-Midland .lournal. SOMETHING TO REMEMBER. Tha GoTarnmaiit list I ha I.nanl Right to Hcwlallaa the Telegraph 8yiem. Do yon know that tho government may legally take over the telegraph lines at any time it wishes to do so? Tho only thing necessary to do is to appoint appraisers to appraise the value of tho property. This is provid ed for in the following postal laws (pages SO, C7 and SM, Postal Luws and Itegulutlons): Section 03. Companies to (lie accept ancebefore any telegraph company hall exercise any of the powers or privileges conferred by law, such com pany ahull file their written accept ance with the postmaster general of the restrictions nnd obligations re quired by luw. (It. S., pp. 53-OH.) Section 00. ToBtmnster general to elect appraisers for Ihe United Stntes the United Slates may, for postal, mllitury or other purposes, purchase ull tho telegraph lines, property nnd cITccts of any or nil companies acting under tho provisions of tho act of July 24, ISOfl, entitled: "An act to nid in the construction of telegraph lines, nnd to secure (6 the government the use of the same for postal, mili tary or other purposes," or under this title, at nil appraised value, to be as certained by live competent disinter ested persons, two of whom shall bo elected by the postmaster general of the United States, two by the com pany interested, and one by the four previously selected. (R. S., pp. S2-07.) Scotlon 07. The following mimed compunles have filed acceptances pur suant to section Oil prior to Decem ber 5, 1892, nnd on the dates respective ly stated: Western Union Telegraph company, June 8, 1807; Postal Tele graph company, August 31, 1882. Ninety-eight other companies, which Includes every other, company ever or ganized, have also signed it. This agreement covers every' mile of 'prl vutely owned telegraph line In the United States. EXPLODED THEORIES. Ilnw Van a Nation Trouper That Kiportl Mora Wealth 1 1mn It Im perii.? The statistics of the exports and Im ports of tho United States since tho foundation of the government (gold, silver and merchandise), ns shown by the treasury reports to September 110, 1U00, were ns follows: The upper row of llgures represents mer clinndlso up to dale, Inclusive of gold uud silver, down to 1SJ1; the Heroin) row represents gold und silver from ISil lo dale. Kxports. Imports. Ttalnnee, $.17,4!W.l(i(!.OT4 $:!,1,8l'J,:W,!H:i $,012,770.1.11 exp ,(St8,(U7.N4 2,1(11,5:11, IM 1,4"".lUi!'li exp Sll,1:iU,8tit.U.Vt JI!C,fl10,!);!0,;i:i7 9n.1t!.! WS. 721 exp This vast sum, amounting to more thiin $5,000,000,000, which has apparent ly been given away, constitutes wluit is culled a fuvoruble (?) balance. Jtulei of thumb ilnnnclers arc frequently hoard congratulating the country up on its having, as they suppose, be come a creditor nation. How a nation which Is constantly exporting more gold, silver and merchandise than it imports can be regarded ns having become a creditor nntloti, it would puzzle ulmost any financier to ex plain. The, thing doesn't work in that wuy. Orent ilritian, the great creditor nation of tho world, Is and has for long years been an Importing, not nn exporting, nation. Hut what If the United Slates were to become a creditor nation? She would Import, In payment of her claims, more than shu exported. And what would hap pen then? Why, according to ihe protection theory she would go to tho dogs. Kor that theory holds that it is exports, not Imports, that enrich a nation. Consequently it is tho debtor nation, always exporting to meet Its obligations, and not the creditor na tion, ulwnys importiiigs its collections, that flourishes. What fools these pro tectionists bo. The Public. ' (ikkhkl M'.vfa noifea, fVlw Cierinan government him adopt rd 'the American system of consular report. Coiini Tolf.0;l Is enjoying excellent heullh. lie Is engaged ,ln writing a drama entitled "A Corpse." The picture postcard craze Is In full swing In the lliiltlc provinces and l'olaud. A (wsteurd exosltlni is to be held lit Warsaw duHlag tho eomlag winter. DUrlrt AViartley fii.Mllncr, New Viork, iiniKutU!)';! Wcilmrwluy 'iifuir noon 'Miii.U 'defaulter A'tvord wouM bo turned over to 'tho Unttedi Krnitn's au. tlion'Lcs for ti'l.tl. Yvelilo titillbert, tho French music hmll artiste, I in itcrlln to undergo u (langopnuu surgical operation for the relief of her tliroiut. Tills will be per formed by Professor Israel, 'I'Jglit (i:o:ii!MH e,:iiiihinik'e whucks were felt In Jacksonville, I'lu., Wcib nchW.y, Tl over. a: ujhcrlt of the (lay was at 4:40 p, 111, It nuide the win dows rattle la hcveral sections of the cliy. The ik.'iiniinoii't of the Missouri liaij btma ur.dii.' '. 'Sinmaii. I of (ieneral Mer l.i'.tn and the i.'.Miii.;i; -f til' lakeit undiir coinn :!..! T (;piiciv! V '..!' b '111 of whom have hud (lie, command 'tem porarily. ii.,.i'c,v IXt.iil, 0110 cf tliie riders In. clinic;' by the 3)r;'.cliri givunkl1 Jury, tut Akron, ()., w.im WVclnei'ilay convicted of l'!r.eg.;l:',v p:... clwlng und ulng dyii. uimVe. Tlv Is itlie ltw: of 'the riot ccihi! o In; In1! d. AVhlle trying 'to quell a disturbnnct ouithlile it c'ouiiilry fchool house neui Tyler, Texas, In which services were lining held, Will ('mwlhorn was mur dered wllli pocket knives In the huiid of the disturber, four young men have been arrested. Three hundred miners employed at the Hudson colliery, of 'the Dclawiire &. Hudson Company at WllltcHmrre, l'u went 011 a 6'lrlke Wednesday be. cause the foreman Insisted on inor "topping" on the cars tluin the men were willing to give. The figure t;f the Huvsliin offMu! budget fur the hat year. Aft.x ititk. Ing InOj ace iiin't ewriiiordlreary ex pcMiirtuv a. -how n not surplus of 84,. OOO.onn roul. i:-s. wli'luh is rcgarde l as large onnslii'erlng 'the recent tinunclul and djmim rcln'l deprnEslan. Mtiiicir It. K. I Mi'eh.ie, nr-ktiant ad. Jirtnut g;'nt r::l Unl'teJ St'.'.es valun. itenrx' now cn duty In 'the department odf Wiii'lern ("nl;:i.. has been ordiered to Oniiihii, Neb., for dirty a nclffutuint genc:i:ill of the department of the Mis souri, rriMtvIng Ciapta-ln James 'H. Krwln, Kcmiilth cav.airly. Tlm Wonmni's Club of Jfedford, Mas., voted to withdraw from the (ieneral federation of Women's Clubi because, the ecxcutlce board of the lat ter organilzutlon, nit the federation conviintlon -jilt Milwaukee lai-t June re fused to seat Mrs. Jo.-vphlno St. V, Kufln, who representee! a ,elul of col ored women, Hre i't by fiifiloweri In the pcM ofTiiue J.it Shelby, Neb., burned a block of properly cut- 2 i&'clcick WeelneSikiy morning, can&lng a kmis tf $:i(),000, Tluo IjKies lU'cluil".' 'the 0er.a. house bliock. owned by Dr. inks uud (Jeorge and Frank Hrlghani, $13,000; general store of Frank K. Hrlghani, $10,000 The burglars secured nolhlng. Kigh't 'teaniships were clrAn-d at the'CiK'I'. in houw at New Orb'.ins Wed. nielsckiiy fcr lyiverpool. Harceloiiii,(ieiioa muk) Hamburg w,lh 7(1.7(17 squiiuie builes of !COtl'.:n and 4,1131 round' b.i.bw. This ist the liargcat mniouiit of ctUtcn ever oU'uml from nmy one purl in one day. These vevela ial) carry lmrgo cpiantl. tlm Of whe-at, corn, 'cotton jiroduots, While Wllliibni Frye, of Rivenswood, a diking!) suburb, was ui'aking up a text of $700 In tin' Firnt Nutlonuil bank Chitiagio, Wt-dnssiliay, he was robbed of ntil ihlv nroney by two men, one of whom mtl't nuiiitf nt his ultent'on whHie the other (Md the ti-a.'.ing. Frye lwul faril his moiiiey on a wind'uw sill wnd tli-tt n"ot discover hk lew tilll the theives lnit.t eieoaiped. For om'e 'time the Prm'Staii iporerii. ment ; I111B' been vlg'oi'ously pfceeeding uigiaiiiiKit '::iiiil.(liniiiin 'wgltiulora in nnmsiles J v'.i.'win irnnviuct-j, ciiici u eon- Bldoralhli number of Polish cdlloit have been imprisoned fcr nich agita. ii. 1 1... r .. .1,1.. i...1. ci, 1, 1 ilN-ins. e ecuivukiiii'.v jjhoii.'..i.iii ntcuinw. wskl, I'iHtor of the piviU'a., wua scn itenK'eiil to ix ni'oliilir liupi'i.-'onnicnt for tun offoni'ilve 'article. Tim flr.s'ti annual meeting of tin stockholders of the Cuban (enlr.il railroad was held in llnlon. Odtobei 30, and a 5V6 pore cent dividend win declared on preferred stock. Presl deal Todd expressed complete satis' faction with the American mii'inage mint of Culm and aid ho was con vinced the commercial outlook for'th( ii sin ml was hopefu'l. The third story of the wnt wing of the AdirJ'tiittivn lon bivVd.ing it the stole rcf'ornm't'jry. ill I'l.iit!';!'!', ill., was burned Wcdircsdny and the storlei below Indly d'anugtid by walcr. Fire broke out in tin 'chair f.wtiiry from am unknown 011110. There was no 'Ho-ms of life, the Inmate being out o the buil'Jiing tut .nfierncon d'rllil. The J'oiss Is nil w?r $j,ooo. I). II. Loudcrbaok, of Cliicago, Is Oil his way to lDudon, wliere he Js (I take ch'.iirge of 'the ('Inuring Oro.a un. derground railroad, In which Chnrli's T. Verkes 'and' cither ('lileago and KaMlern tuiplitaliet'i are .IntereeteiU He will be 'the pi'iisuirtil represenrutive In London Of Ihe Americiim 'syndicate mid wDI flWKuine the dilivctkm' of the work mis oon mis he itirrives ihere. The contract for furnishing the quarterimaster's depailtnicn't of the United Stales army with 1.000.00(1 yards of khaki cloth was awarded Wednesday lo the American1 Khaki Mills at :.'2 cents a yard. There worn two ether bidders John Wiinnainnker and HocHieck. Ilrocscl it Co. Hy tin' 1 xplo.-io'ii' of 1111 alcohol v,n nt Hie llomeatead s'leel works carl.f Wednesday niornlnir three workmen, Andrew Itnlllil, Mifli'.iel Doinler and John Hart licit, were terribly burned. Dolilifl nnd Dander, It Is tlsmght. will die. The explosion was cuiisimI by the alcohol comb:,'; into contact with nat ural gas. Only 8- 0J for a uiue low berth 00 the 10:15 Santa Fa to Kansas City. THEY ARE COMING- TO Hutchinson, Kas The Mo s!t Eminent Physicians in the United States Will Visit Our City on Thursday, Nov ember 22. and Will be at BRUNSWICK HOTEL Until Saturday Even ing at 5:00 o'clock November 24. THREE DAYS ONLY. Dr. Potter and staff of physicians of the Boston Electro Medical institute are ure miking a tour through the State, This being aa advertising trip ud to Introduce their new system they will give consulUtion, nsminatlon and all medicine necceessry to complete a cure free. All parties taking advantage of this offer taIII be expected to state to their friends the mult obtained by thf Ir new system of treatment. They treat all kinds of chronic diseases and deformities. It is seldom that a community so situ, att-d as the one in which we lire has the privilege of consulting inch renowned specialists aa Hre lu constant attendance to wait upon you, diagnose your case, and give you the benefit of their mediosl knowledge. There is no experiment or tfiiess work . You will be told whether you can be cured or sot. If your case Is curable they will treat you; if incurable they will give you such advice aa will prolong your life Tbey cure deafness by so entirely new method. Catarrh in all its varied forms cured so that it will never return, by be aking up the cold catching tendency. If you bave neck lungs or consumption do not fail to be examined. It will coat you nothing for a thorough examination, Remember they will treat all diseases and deformities. Their new discovery ot absorbing med icine by electricity in paralysis, loss of power, rheumatisms and all diseases ot ne i vous system is a Godsend to suffering humanity. Medioal man stand appalled nt the maivelous cures that are being ef fected wherever this system has been In troduced. Thousands who bave given up all hope of ever being cured now have an opportunity of a life time to oonsult, without charge, doctors of a national re putation. Remember their knowledge of medicine combined with electricity, give them control of diseases that others do not possess. If you bave a weak eye; if you are bard of hearing; if you are lame anil cannot walk, this new system will cure you quickly. Don't fall to call on these eminent specialists, as a visit will oost you uothing aud may save your life. If jou suspect kidney trouble bring a t vii-i i re I title of your urine for chem leal and microscopic analysis. Go early as their Ulcers are always crowded. If you are improving under your family physician do not come and take up our valuable time. We with to give each one plenty of time but can not listen to long stories not pertaining to oai-e, The rich and poor are treated alike. Idlers and cuiiosity Beekers will, please keep away. Our ti me is valuable Morphine, cocaine, opium and liquor habits oured in a short time. N. D Cancers, tumors, ulcers, all blood diseaies, skin and scalp disease oured by an entirely new method. Piles cured in from five to thirty days with out the knife. We make a specialty of diseases pecullarto either sex. Remember, not one penney will be charged for all the medicine required to make a core to all those taking treat ment this trip. Olllce hours, 0 a. m. to 5 p. m. Will not visit any other town in this county. Positively married ladies must be ac companied by their husbonds. Remember ihe dates, Thuredsy, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22 23 24th at Bruns wick hotel, Hutchinson, Kansns. VjJ e'""""''i"""l" 1 "o " 'ii'""-Ttiii "'Ii 1 ' MAKE ODT A IlfT D . ' ) In the wnyof i.tiiiibi r uud Iliilldlim Maieilul, Then cctne In ai d let us tell 't il nut liutv mwli, hut Imw little It w III coot Vim. We cm. renlh. make ton n very law price on miv kinii of 11 bill. Latter, pn hups, tliaii jou can (jet else w line. There, is no qui s Ion iihiiut Ihe qnalily we tiller, WHITh'S LUMHKR YARD, Ihikliins.m, K;.us;i. Telnphonn 107.. American Steam Laundry. -HUTT0N A OSWALD, PKOI'S. IjihiikIi-v 125 ami 127 Wwl Sliormun HUTOHiri'SON, KANSAS. Tailoring! Tailorl ng ! Why wear ready made clothes when nn oan have UHrineiits iiiH'i- to tit. from IIU Ot) up at Tiffany's Nn, 10 South Main Hutohlnsun. 3 Sows "'to ',t,,," uv ""'ir M tor sale; one litter sired by Ucj Darkness; two litters sired by Uadley tVesceut. One of the above sowB.Teottiuseh Mode) 60,624, has a litter of nine pigs sired by Darkness; a bargain for someone. SAM HILL, 'Hutchinson, Kans. Farm 5 miles east of Elmer. n Ji.lv iNih anil Anttnil Set. tick eti from points wert of Mlieonrt river, ami j eaat of Colby, Kanaaa, t Denver, uolorndii Sprlnin, Manltou, i'uablo, Halt Lake City, and Ogden, UUh, and return, will lie sold by tba Qoti . Island I-At rati) of One Regular Fare Plus $2.00 for Round Trip. Helnrn Limit Orlolirr SI, IHOO. Best Line to Denver. Only Ulrret Line lc I'lilormls) prla ml mnulloii. Tuke adTiinlnite nftliene chenp rati Slid spend your vauutlnn In Colorado, BleepliiB rar rciservatlona may bo mmle now for any of tba eiouralona. Wrlta for full Informatlun and tho beautiful book -"Cowiuuo, tub Maosiki cknt" aent free, E. W.THOMSON, A..P.ATopekH. JOHN 8EBA8TION, (1. P. A.,Ohloagn. BO YEARS' n-. v.'.. 'iA ";n1iaA Tradi Marks DESIGNS anmnn aenitlns aaketeh nnd eteaerlnllini nn.y dlllekir IwenriHIil nnr ,i Mim.i, muo "i....... . n.. fliTiindnn l pnihnhly pictpiitaliln. fiiininiiMleii. ..-,....1 i.. ..nlnli.ii ei'f.u wlmlhor nil IIITMIIM' Uiiiii ntrititij iiiiiuiivm iii lnt fnrt. fl(l(iHt numiry fur poriirlnir Hitiiii. I'uU-ntrt liikon thrtiuuh Jlium A Co. ruuufvo ' 1-J ... lll... Jlh..l,.A itlllul fpfr.UU WltKCi nu mi nib a.iai.1 Ku v SCienfffie Jlnterican. AhandaomelylllintrntiMt weekly. I,nreest elr. nilntlim of any aclniitllle luiirnnl. 'I ernia, f .1 a ymir; four months. $U Sold liyn.ll nawailwilnrj. IVioNN & Co.so,BroIw"!'- New York Branch Offlc., IBS F St, Waabluglou, I). C. n.i.i..i..i ,P T.ni,,!...! - y ' 1 ' ""' -'"i.i.ihf CF WHAT YOU IH nwsrW dSV 1- UT-Town-OTl0Q. Nt). & Noi'lh Ma'a Street WRIQE GRAU OPERA COtMiJY. rrom Mi'itnioiitan 0r lleiiiit, Nw Yerts, anil UuuveniUarelsn, Loudoa. 929 PF.OPLK. 329 CONVENTION MaLL, KANSAS CITY, Dec. loth & nth. Matinee nth. Tbt World' Ureatetl Artlttt. Mrlba, Nnritli a. Schummi Ileliih, Osetikl, Soliit, AiIuihh irnn, OlllxkH, lltiinriutlnuir, 1I,M. Smiti I J ii 1 1 . i , 1 . Slet. lie Itrsles, PlB. con, Ufvrii'H. II.. i ii iiiii. Coral, Caniidiiurl, lUa. cbauilll, Hon. Liuiiiioath. anil vltiert, Lirjelrcbci'.rj It Obra. Qrinl Bsllst Operas. Holiday levelling D. fOtb, L Dohems. Tuesday Miiiliieu Ooo 111). Iluniicoon. , Tueauay tCeeiiiuij lao. Iliti, LoDeaina, Season Ikkelt i fc f ftt "I'll Optra: IS, V, oxi if. Xh ff i ruto.el mimical ovtnl In llm hiilory tl Kaaaaa Oily Tha cirne ot belt jctnaj tkS fraat organlatlou Uern will ba about !,tm0. A larna ataiin anil prn 'riilum will lie htatli ft tha outaKluii. Sola ul Sraoon 'I'lekiMa will opea ai tbe t'nion I'mltle tlekft o.lliu, louo Mats treat, Monday, Out. Jl, at 9 a m. Adareta, Hoom 3: Aliroan llulldiiifr KAMIAa ili'Y, 110. . Xaoxsino taral Vrr New Railroad to San Francisco. Santa Pa Knutcit by It. San Joaiilii Valley Kttonalna, The only Una with 'riuik'ajd train under one inimaif-mont' all tin) way fr.iin 'lilr.ign lo tlm (lolilon O Uf, Miniiitiilii pa"na, axtlnul vuli'iiiioa, petrlfli'd f.irets prethUlnrlu ruhH, Imlliin piii'lil '", YiHieiille, drum! c .i n on of Arlr.nniinii r nUi', Same lilifli Kru le mirvlco tluit Ii ia mvle tin S.nta Fa t io f ivorlte route Id Hiiutliern CalllnrnU, Kaat aeliedulei Pullman and Tnurlat aleepera dally 1 Freo renlluliiK cliiilr eira; Harvey 111 niln I li rii iglinii I . Beginning July 1st. C. A. WALK HH, Agont, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RR Hulohlniiin, Run an. Extmalooa lo ! ancl theSJoalti Are you contempltttlu a trip south sou then at or southwest? Do yDuknow that the Mo. Puc, In connection with C. R. I. T. By. at Wichita and dlrverg Ing linos at Ft. Worth la the best, Shortest and most plcitsunt route to above mentioned territory? Close connections ut itll points, tho splendid equipment and good sun'ce afforded by their muto make it to your interest to lnveatiiilo fucilities offered by out lines befoie Blurting on your Journey Callonoraddrww. P.J.LimuACir, , At. Mo. Puc. Ily. See the Miillnml Dru Co. at the n location, ti rut floor north of tho Mitllttnd hotel oniw. Our pliioe Is neat and attractive, our stock clean and conutft!? of ull the staples and tunny gpeclitltks.