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3. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. arland & Knowles, Game t:d Fls In Season. ,LINGToN, - - KiVs.v Fresh and Salt Meats Place in the City to trade Your Patronage Solicited South Washington Avenue TIME HAS COME :i Blacksmithiug can't be done an me moutn. we ao Arusuc ork, employ oolythe best work- men. Horseshoeing a specialty. HUTCHINSON, Washington llock Island Restaurant Chas. Ross, Proprietor eals Served at AH Hours South Washington Avenue, Wellington, Kansas E. W. LACY Kington Tin and Bicycle Repair chop luiing, Guttering and Tin Work in an its onncnes rder Bros,' Studio Aristo, Platinum and Outdoor Work. Photo Battons. s Old GUlWy, WellinsfMi. Kuns;i9. F. AUBREY Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. ievenlh St. Try us UP-TO-DATE BARBERS IlHir Cut Htid Shave 25c k South Washington Avenue kr ordor with D. C. fatten for I ie-made Bread, Cakes and Pits. IX EY BKOS. oBOXRA.N COAT IKH.IUH $5.00 WATKK- tf) 7C PROOF MACKINTOSH tar i.fj SEND HO MONEY. Cu "ii i d. ( UK jour ktif kl and wrfckt, lUM almkwef annum mi at inul, takra nrr wat aaaer eoat.eloa.aa aaaer Brat, and we will acnd you this coat b j exprow, C.O.D., nbjrcl I .laatnatioa. BX amine and try ft en at your nearoat eiDrBKi Ofllre. U tnunA mil. aa reprMeatei the aaaat wonderful tqaal la any cut yea eaa any Inr Sm'IAL OKi LB PlillK, $2.75, and TlllH Mti kivTnsHi.utxttwi Style, t&fj flttinif, made from Waif w.inmn, iaa vaior, abasia, uailaloierl Clkt full lenirth, double breasted, SairrrTelvet collar, fanr-rnlairi linau? both Rali ar Oiimit, and rv.rutera oawiwi , all a .irr .m-ir. by us or any other house. I'er Trt Clatk 8Milei yp;.?lS oaf at from as oo to 110 (a), write for feA.S, ROEBUCK 6 Co. (Inc.) CHICACO. vra, Mtmi i art ueraof uj rtilato.-K4iuar.) Llotsdcd only with the fammu u au j a ma kg less aded shells. Roillitfhtfettern Silent at ail d;stanc -and tuic 5noot clean! IheyareThe ytwcKcst on Earth" or cur Free booklet - e?5 cartridge co., 3EVVARE OF THE CHILLY )rtherii' G ;t sora-; of our big 20oo lb tons of free burning Coals and vou will not need to fear. 3- N. BROWN. AG t Ei t m Celebrated iiuiii-erCoBipBi' cNT. 1 Gilmore & Randolph Real Estate and Rental Agent9 Office in Wellington National Bank Building narvey aim n asumglon A veuutS Henn & Newbold EEAL ESTATE AGENTS Farm Loans ot 6 per cent with a small cash commission. WELLINGTON'. KAS. (JHAKLES A. HILL '"Ia) mS.:. h,cy' ''cliaaf, Bramuach. Newton OKGANS: Estey, tlougb & Warner iihafT iewir-g Machines Victor Bicycles North Washington, Ave., Wellington PATU0N1ZE THE STEAM LAUNDRY AND YOCR MONEY Will Not be Sent to China. HOTEL WARD Best Si a Day House in the city South Washington. Ave Patent Medicines Groceries, etc. Try Mrs. A. Breve's new grocery acd drug store, North M.iin St. Hotel ETNA Most popular low priced Hostelry hi iue city, uive us a trial. Mrs. A.Bresee, Prop. Wellingtcn Machine Shop, Machine Work of all Kiuds. P. DeLong, Prop. PANTS Wh,n I'n hunter , " pntless. i panting (or Panti, he antg for the btat pants the pant market Brunts. He nuntoth n,,a.,i ,,-,n uc imp auis uiuiftii in a paif ! our tailor Henry the Tailor. aAIL&GAB TI1SE CARD "jniCAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC 001SU EAST. Wo. t. Chlcazo M.iil snd Express. ...S-.40 a m Chlcairo Fast Line IiSSdhi y. 32, Accomodation Kreiirht 7:06 a m GOISO WI?T. 1. Chicago Mall and exDress T:f8 d n. S.l. Chicapo Fagt Linn ,7 50 am no. ii. Accommodation frelfht. f'tc aos. land3r'jntbrcust hi. vVurtnwith outchtng. tivn reel inir.c cbaircais on all i:asanfcrt i Kansas City and St. Joe, where direct con action 19 liia'le with all lines north, fn.t a id SOllth. No. a ti.'LK t iirnn -h t!.n,.r fA 8ia Antonio, l.ckets sold ami bacgiiK' jscoKCGtoan unportant points la Vie Un: t) StPtesandCuuado. Uay U,1S'.. J. V. WiLLiikii. ijert TH ATCHISON, TOPEKA t SANTA FI RAILWAY COMPANY. ARRIVALS From north and east Aceotnniodatlon 10 Wat ssi. fas.enirer dally x. SundaT,.":?! n u No. K9. freight, dally ex, Sunday. 11:10 pm k. Kansas division Nt. S01, Exurt-s;! 10:30 a u No. 221 Freight, daily ll:0pa Froai the west ffl. 1'aMi-mror 5:35 p u N.4W. 1'reilglit. dally ex. Monday... 5:4u a Froji tlioioulh-IJuuuriwcilbraicb. Ss. 5 Pai. dr.ly x. Sucl:ij- ;20a m 'Ko. J3S, Fre!;at, daily sz. Sunday. ..10:10 a w Caldwell nraiich No. 42. Accomuiolatlon ..5:25 p m DEPARriHiS. Kartli and ent No 5.'ti, l'a.ta. dally ex. Sumlay a.::, a a No. CS. Pnseiiner S i.", rc No. r).'.S, ";-elL-ht, dai'.T ex. Sundav...ll:lrt m iwk E.xres fcvtry l'up?,;ay 3:00 on southern Kansas division N'3 t Acroiuo.. leuve fr t ier'ai) T.n n, tSest- St) 2'l Fajur-ruer -S'. 1M, Fn!jtht. daily ex, t jnday! ..Mia tu oi!th Caldve'l bran,')! '0.427, Ta-iif r.cor ..10:13 a a. )lilb Iliiniu'woll Vi-.nn.-- NV.SA Pin. oai'T x. iumia?. . . . IS V.r. 11...") a n .43 W, v : c'tU, Jai.) ti. r.;r.;y. I.i!rTfr.-e'.;hldc;ot. f.3P"Al! trvns run throu r!i without obsn?' IvtPM l Sly. Atcl.lwi st. Johpj , rj-:n;tll pa-i?r! cnK?ct'on. r.::';;t c ohtir car-i oa a.i triir.-. T':n:,'3 21. ? .inl 4?-3 arrio ard srt f ruw the 1 rei? lit t!f ;.-t . Dir. 17, U -a, T, E. PUKIIY, Agent, To ?inter lu California Ihs become a fid nc-o. did fashion set seal on practice mule wioiesome, because the South Taciilc Coast is the most delightful of resorts. - The fad of the Santa Fe Route is to convince even- man, woman and child going to California that it renders the mos satisfactory service in every detail. Let us unite our fads. T. E. PL'RDY, Af ent, Santa Fe Route, Wellington, Kan. 1181 Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels cleanses the System HabitualCoNS110' "UMU DPDMAKlPWTtV I Llll'inilklllal BUT THE 6ENVINE - MkilT 0 By MY. S CAa.. C0 fc M.V. VH Ki sau t--' au eiiiXpiTi. rsiu 0t rtit acme Tlie Acme Nuve!!y works has rrn'cd a portion of the room occuphd bv Pomeroy & A1:, an! will operate teuiporarilv tlii;re. Wellington had a wedding last week which was headed "Savage-Cloud," bat it is hopid it wj!l result In a peaceful. Lappy life and all the showers will be tears ot jny. Black well Sun. A dispatch from Kingrisher s-iys "The citizens of Kingfislier were set all agog and put to guessing lust Thursday by seeing a corps of Rock Islarid surveyors start west from there. The party would give out no information as to what the move meant or where they were headed for." Lawrence Journal: "Let me look at your vaccination mark and se how it is getting along," said a West Law rence young man to his best girl last night. And he couldn't think why she said "Sir? " in such an indignant tone of voicp, and slammed the doo as she flounced out of the room, until the old family doctor told him that tlie gins arc not vaccinated on their arms any more "Hereafter," says the editor of the Blackwell Sun, "when a man attempts to liquidate his obligations to the Sun by the 'refused' method, we (-hall feel obliged to hold him up by the napeo'-the-aeck to the scrutinizing gaze of a righteous public; not that e can transform a porker into a phil osopher or a hypocrite intoachristian. bn.tto6how the world the cowardly look and shameful countenance of i perpetual dead beat." Oklahoma City dispatch: "A north bound frieght train on the Santa Fe ran into another freight just south of Purcell. The north-biuad train had broken in two and- the crew was coupling the secthn together when the south-bound train struck them. T71 . eleven cars or niprctiandise were burned. The engineer of the south bound was fatally hurt. A nero who was known to be with the train, was raiding, and it is believed he was burced with the car In which he was riding. Both trains were double headers." , WinnYid feels rut out broaiP Geuda Springs is keeping up a shot gun quarantine agair:.-t that city, arc has hsul-J a stakmeut denying tee rupjjr that smallpox exists ther. v,4 u ,t iu ur ill it 1 it ' I driving into Geutla Spricus one day a lii; vi".I ;t'I I " s fir a Utntlu rl man tins week to feed 'his team and fer inner. WLen the Gfuia Snrh-.-a prpie leirfcd where he wa'frr.m they made lim drive on. Another njn-vj rain went over on the train the other nU-ht and they mado hiiu w.j.'k around the town. They would not even ai'ow him to leave his grip in the depot, but made him lug it with h'.ra. John Smith had quite an experience with a em eagle last Saturday. TTs has noticed for the past two years an agle of unusual size flvir.p ahnnt. t,?a place. Saturday he saw it light in a tree and rvtai, after it with a Si;ot gun'. It flew at .his approach, but sailed over him acd he let it have a load, crippling it ia the wing. The biid came down to the ground, but sho wed fiirbt and he was afraid to approach it mtil he had secured a good heavy club. He brought it into th Eraoffic;. It measured 6 feet and 10 Inches from tip to tip. T. Glover also killed an eagle on Wednesday of this week that measured feet 8 inches It was probably a mate to the one Mr. omnu Kinea.as tney were in th IU IU Haven I EFFECTUALLY Conway'i Annual" Rabbit Hunt. One of the annual soorts at Conwav Springs Is a rabbit bunt, in which a large number of citizens take part, after "choosing sides." An annual hunt was held there Wednesday, In wbicii 538 rabbits were slain. Half of thetowo of Conway Sprints turned out to enjoy the sport. The hunt iog partu s consisted of ten men on each side to follow directions given by the respective captain. They were to hunt at will and the side that killed the greatest number of rabbits was to be banquetted by the losers. Laptains were selected and they chose eir men by alternate selection as tosy would lo pUy an old-fashioned game of town ball. Dr. R. A. Mclliienny wascantain of oue side and T. S. Beal of the other. Mcllhenny's men were James Teetz. Charles Davis, George Ilaworth, Bert MVaughieo, E. L. Cline, S. T. Pier- in, Jolm Iticliards and Grant Lane This side killed 2'.ll rabbits. Beal's men were J. 3f. Thornbro. Jake Barnard, T. B. Spencer, Charles l-owler, T. A. Dodson, William Uline, Bert Strong, L.Z. Clark and J. IIun.. This side killed 247 rabbits. There were about fifteen honorary members on each side, these being mostly outsiders Invited as guests. The party left Conway Sprinns yes terday morniug at 9 o'clock with whoop and guy ar.d halloo and plenty of dinner. A commissary wagon car ried dinner end tothing more. They all drank water at noon lunch, whict was spread out on the prairie in tin yellow sun of Christmas time, a bless ing no other touutry on earth knows but Kansas. It was a great d ly and the festive cotton tail wi,h his Ion; eared uncle, the jackrabbit, played Aguinaldo for two townships around But the party bagged in all MS rab bits. Beal's men will set 'em up to Mc Ilhenny's men so-rue timo durirg tl:e holidays. Burglaries at Argonla. Tlie Missouri IVciGc depot at Ar gonia was entered by burglars a' few nights ag-iand a number of articles of merchandise stolen. The money drawer was broken open but the con teats, consisting of twenty-four cents, were undisturbed. The ticket case was also opened and the tickets scat tered promiscuously about. The pouch mail, which is brought down from Wichita ou the local freight, was cut open and the contents rifled. After completing their work at the depot the robbers next went through the elevator oflice, securing among other things two suits of clothes, a checkbook, etc. F. E. Hammond's poultry house was also entered, the safe, opened and several dollars io money, including a lot of Dew silver dimes, taken. No definite clue to the robbers has yet been obtained. The Clipper says suspicion rests on a purij of strangers who put up at the livery stable the night of the burglaries and left before daylight the next morning. lue postofllce department has offer ed a reward of $200 for the arrest and conviction of each and every person implicated in the robbiuir of the mail It is understood the railroad company will offer an additional reward. New Officers Elected. At a meeting of the Methodist, Sun duy school board at ttie church Thurs day, the fclluwiog officers were elec ted for the ensuing year: 1. 1, scoit, superintendent; Miss Bertha Price, first assistant superintendent; Robt. Vineyard, second assistant superin- tendent; Mrs. M. J. Ellis, third assist ant superintendent; J. S. Forsyth, secretary; W. M. Forsyth, assistant secretary; Miss Helen Cox and Geo. vv. Ward, librarians; Miss Maugie Ebriyht, organist; Miss Lena Ellis, assistant organist; Dr. E. D. Ebright. chorister. Suit for Divorce. Roxalica Giles of Caldwell, has sued her husband, Edward Giles, for divorce. They were married in Kay county, Oklahoma, a year ago 'last April. The plaintiff charges her hus - r v- .. w. s ,UDcl wilu net''Ct of duty, drunken ues.-, ai;use &ua ioauug. lie was SO worthless that slie'had to leave him in September after their raarrlaL'e pl charged that tlie defeLtlnt is now a fugitive from justice, and hi present whereabouts are unknown.. Marriage Licenses. Danl. E. Kubtck. 25 Caldwell Millie B .b'ck, 1! niackstone I Fred Galli, 32 Wellington) ( Agnes coon, 2u Uiinton, Mo. I n,in:cy Filck, 2S Lilly vu!e, O T. (Stella Davis, H Suui.h Haven j Grar.t Leland, 2s Arkansas City I lIattieHoldeij,24 .Manchester, O.T. I A. II. Waton, 2S Mulvane (Ida arc well, 22 Belle Plaltie I Tho?. J. Williams, 32 Caldwell ( Dora Bailey, 20 Caldwell An Old Soldier Found Deal An old soldier named McManis, was found dead at Oxford Saturday. His wife has been very fick for some time, and is not expected to live; Sale of Shorthorn Cattle. Proton Wyckofl will eell at public aunion at the wiewam. In Wellinirtr n. on Friday, Jan. 12, 1900, 23 head of P irnV r.l CI, ,-,i r .,,! O-J imcuiK' Jll.Jl lU'll u laiHC, J uuna and 5 heifers. It will be worth attenrj- FRENCH 6c HITCHCOCK. Our Holiday Stock is now complete A Splendid Assortment ol ancy lockers, Pictures, India Stools; Foot Stools, Parlor and Music Cabinets, Book Cases and Secretaries Cane beat Dining; Chairs 75c. Keekers from Si up $mco worth o C:irPets aud M Utiles. Couches fr,m tocn. A fine variety of Iron Beds of latest design 1 s. Uy IUIIUU3 other small instruments. Come and See our Stock and Get our Prices French & Hitchcock, W ellington, Kansas . SEND NO MONEY aiAQEMOr'CAIINET JUROICI SEWINO MAMMf Mw.V.iffJ.Z! awfMUr aaHafartara.euM-tlT an represented, raaal aa mtt kumalkm aali CT J. m klaka. O.OU, aucl THk UUtilEsT BiKuTll YOl a.rf mZZSZZiZi special uncr price $15.50 -fi and frei(rtt charpa. tlackuie wrigh. lai f..un.1aan1thfrrttrht will VXT" ' . '.T J- MONTHS' TRIAl In iat.ftd. W. aril .ilr,.t Bakaa a. 4 ,V. 8wU iiiaVal to. .2. IO.OO, f ll.OO, 114.00 aa. aa, all fully dpvril.lln m'rTri. aakUMCtlaJaaw, butli.. forthtf DKIIP Oka UB1.KT tlHOll't la BEWARE OF IMITATIONS - smriii i.uhimi 55; "inl.rra ,,rT TM te&y&&:itZ SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK KSI CAIWIT,4aoorihML I-ia Cloaed i head r l arMk.the DON'T DELAY. (Se Rbuck ari mSiSi, " "",Be WBAI Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, 111. Fonry En era veil. Kllvr-r Dog Inlaid, Uainawiia Mnlnhed Barrels. Too fan enmlne It at it .lores. oBice and if aal tin treitra na Tala. na r,.r found ptrfretlr aalUfariarj tK.KO and eTnrBirh!ve. Ie? thed.unaent with order. CUN IS VERY LATEST STYLE - T. Biktikat. Ihej are wane Dyon.oi ueMM'auni aa. H01aXii)lM.l81aiaae..iMlkamlat With be TT matted rib. latest top lerer break, low circular barn men below the Un. of ,lrht, alakwrat.lr ncrtnd keka, BOUD SlLVkK kalald ao., reboundlntr bar looka, apeclal .itractor, floe walnut atock.full checkered fancy pistol pnp. fancy ml. her butt plate, fancy checkered patent fore and, itronitmt double lump action, U or 1 f U.K.. WelKht, FVERY GUN GUARANTEED. Bu"i n he m Implored line., perfect in ..ery detail, I to V pounds. "E"' " wuwnwiiik.i.1.. jajgfuny targeted, for pattern, rang, tod penetration, and 2&&Z?&wXka. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICACO IT PAYS DR. HILL, will give you aa houest. scientific oplniou of your case free of charge. Why not throw away your wurihleis electrical appliances and patent medi cines and c. nsult this learned aud eminent physician? Almost ten years aeo afier graduating from one of the leading colleges, he decided to connect l im eir witii s'.me of the largest hospitals of the East where he might still pur sue the stii-iy of his profession, lie spent much time and money in Baltimore aul ISew Wk, where he completed his medical education, aod it is only reasonable to KUppos-! that he is better fitted tu undertake if,e treatmeut of vourcitse than a c-.mmon practitioner. It must he conceded that one who diiects his whole time and thought ta curing a few diseases, will become n-'ire proticiei.t in healiiig thf in thai the one who undertakes to cure all the dis eases peculiar to nun. If others haye failed in vourcie it is no reason tliat his treatment, which embraces the very latest and best method now in vesrue. sbnuld f til to effect a permanent cure. Dr. Hill treats and guarur tees a cure In the following described diseases: SYPHILITIC BLOOD POISON Not one of the many venerial riispauM i4 sn lutn-h tn ho ra-.. . . . . its irigiitful eilecison tue system, and u when io uiijc. acroiuia, eczema, oispase are speedily and pcrniantly rem ive.l. If ou have tliis loathsome dis ase and will nut vourself under thp trt-i.frnrr.t. if rir mtt t i. .;n i.' purify and restore your system to perfect heaith iu from 15 to 40 days. NERVOUS DEBILITY Vr.lJ ' :1 Iii:e sexuil diS5asa;-e cured to stay cured. Try his trea!a,tnt bffoie it is tooJale. It Is somethine original ar;d t.rrfpfrio e.f.. ah ,..., checked. You will see the efTrrfs rf short time will fed like another person. RHEUMATISM yo'-, no ma t,-.r how b id your caso. After yrars cf si udy on th- ore subject the doctor his brought his treatment well r.igh to pnf ct.ion. Yi will n- ver regret having ut jourself ur:dcr iiiscare,if you arjafihcttd with rheumatic KRlCOCGLG T,ie li.jurio,:. eflocu or this di-. ae are well i , kiri',n' Ir.derthpIlicrnVs treHtme-t the enlarged veins arc restor- i-to the:r catural .iz and the ncrv.,i sv,Um . a regains its normal condition. ' . STRICTURP Car:d iD your ovn h"mP' witl;0 u-e of knife 0 1 V- 1 J IwC or detention from business. rtr.Mr.DDUr.CTT Tnisdis wJwia.a..aAwwi unnitural rti-charycs. will utr,ii- the m ist sclcntiEc manner, aud cun-d CORRESPONDENCE. ' OFFICE HOUHS-9 A. Address, D. READ HILL, M. d Shukerl Building, 1021 Grand Ave., . KANSAS CITY, MO. Pianos and Organs, Violins. Mandolins, (niffira nrwl i-i.-i. WITH T00I OliDtt.ntthlt aj. out and tvai In oa and y. - onrn. oiiiK. hitm Ti la Anrrlr. material atoarr ilrnm.in In.n ..... . . . ... " .j . . . .. "": . othrroncn wlih full Irnih i.i.i. .j a a 7:a.. ' otwitW. 4 (Wjart.r,latf,tls9 ,kf Wa, trtm, earwd. panlled. f m- ? net fl,,,5h- n,",t l"ckel d-er pullaVt. on four cantcri, artjuatahl trradl. rrnuln Smyth lmn tnd. riiHl ln Hick ktm Wai. po.itlT. four m..tl.,n f.l.ir thrua.tin Tll.mtlnr ahuttl.Tautomatio bobbin wli.der adjustable twirlnn, patent tendon liberator.lmproTed Ioom wheel, adjustable prwaur. foot, impro.ed ihuttlr carrier, patent needle bar, PIlLTVLlE1' 4rnr'1 - araa-r'aua Wa.tlr.llr akk. in . CUARANTEED IW Mim ra..ta. amt d.rakl. aa. aearM aalwIeMurklaeuar. Ir ka.n alUekaaeat la faraiUed and our KrM In Btruction Book tell, Jmt how anyone ran ran It and do either plain or any kind of lanejr work. 1 tO-T.an' Bl.aia. 6aaraatei.tntwlth Trr machlna. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING ""-u,.iki.w.,uaMS)mD.ritwith SEND ONE DOLLAR la ikl. aa. aal aa eta. la aa, and w. will end Uli. gua to too dt einmt O. . U., PI BJECT TO tiliU-SAHO.V. ww, and eoinl to inm. that eatartatXSr-'AViS?'. -' DOUBLE BARREL BREECH LOADER. WaaM To Consult tho Best t h Kansas yet noueaie so amenable tu treatment copper - coloreil rrots on fnce rr b:.dy fhij .T-mrl trim',,( i.. o j.'.... - .-u.. iiauiun.utiu.uajs am n a 'i: thcr with gleet, and all in from 3 to 10 days. M. TO 5 P. M.- N.w Era.