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i I li 3 i i 3 PROFESSIONAIDAIIDS. HERRICF& ROGERS ATTORNEYS Office: Opposite the curt House, West WELLINGTON. KANSAS Jas. A. Hay ATTORNEY AT LAW. l'iacticesinalltLeccur;n. WELLINGTON, KANSAS. HACKNEY & PITTS LAWYERS Special Aitrnti. n piv; n to all matters In volvins the title to Utal Estate Office over Wellinirton National Bank H. L. WOODS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Practices In All ourU. Offico directly In KTc(mrVhou,e.inold office ofOe-rge & Scbwinn. WELLINGTON, KANSAS. T. H. JAMIESON, M. D. Over Engle's Store, Wellington. Prart'ce limited to Dls asM of Eye, Ear and Throat. Hours t to 4 p,m J. H. FRANKLIN DENTIST OFFICE: Over The RACKET Store D. P. WETZEL, D.D.S. DENTIST Prices Kight. Iu Marble lSloek, Wellington K. E NELSON, DENTIST. Office over Security State Tank. G. W. WARD, DENTIST. Over Wellirtt'n N .ti'nal Hank. The same caef"l attention will be flven to all work, wliici in the pst has proven so satisfactory. Lowest priets j-revai atulUiinPs. Ullndseeme. BUSINESS Garland & Knowles, fBES"sfL! MEATS Game Mid Flsr In Season; WELLINGTON, - - KANSAS. BARBER SHOP Under Security State Bank. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your patron age solicited. Schuyler Gilbert, Proprietor. Wellington, Kansas. W. F. AUBREY Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. 4th Street, between Main & C. Try us HOTEL WARD Best 1 a Day House in the city South Washington Ave Wellington Machine Shop. Machine Work of all Kinds. P. DeLong, Prop. TIME HAS COME Wbeu.Lslacksiuithicg can't be done with the mouth. We do Artistic Work, employ onlythe best work men. Horseshoeing a specialty. tJTirst class plow work done. E. HUTCHINSON, N. Washington The Boers are regaining their hold. General Roberts, reported yesterday that five companies of British troops were captured by the Boers tear Bethany. Roberts admitted that be was powerless to prevent It. Perfect digestion is the only foun dation for perfect health. The food we eat makes all the blood we have, which in turn feeds every nerve, muscle and tissue in the body. Her bine quickens the appetite, aids di gestion, gives tone and vigor to all the functions and ensures good health. Price, 50 cents, at A M. Stanley's drug store; Admiral and Mrs. Dewey have had their first quarrel. The bride told a party of her friends about it Satur day. The quarrel began by the ad miral insistiog, a9 all men do on oc casions, that his wife wear rubbers S le refused to do so bee"nse It made her feet U o' so large and clumsy, md they disputed until both grew very mach excited, when the admiral, it the height of his passion, decland that if Mrs. Dewey did not wear her rubbers he would no longer takts a tonic that the doctor had prescribed for him at her suggestion. With tears in her eyes she surrendered and has worn rubbers ever since. OASTOTIIA. fen tli A M Locomotives Burnloj Oil. All the locomotives which are in ser?ice on tie Southern California road, are now burning oil for fuel. The Southern California is a part of the Santa Fe system, anri extendi from P.arstow to National City, and indu.-ive of its branches, is about COD miles in length. For several years, the burning of oil in the locomotives of the Southern California road has been experiment ed withand has proved very sue :e?sful. Not only does the o:l make an exce -lent fuel, but there are many features about the use of the oil that recom mends it in this respect. Most impor tant among these is its cheapness and the large quantity of the oil to te found in California. The main oil wells from which the Southern California road procjres its oil, are located at Fuilerton and in addition, there areolhersin numerous places along Die lineof the road. The oil is used in its crude state, aiid makes a very hot fire. The locomotives which bum this oil for fuel, are equipped e-pi-cially for this purpose. The space in the tender usually used for coal, is con verted ioto a tank to hold the supply of oil. Pipes lead from this oil tank to the fire bjx of the locomotive, where the oil is forced out in a spray and burned. Unlike most fuel, there h little or no smoke or dirt frotii the uruing oil, and as a result the engi neer and fireman can keep themselves crupulously clean, whilw on their run. It is not infrequent to see the engine men wearing white starched hirts and collars, with th' rest of tliPir clothes to mutch. It is said that some of the men upon various occasions have attired themselves in dress suits while doing their work. 'Preserve and prosper." Take Hood's Sar-aparilla faithfully and it will cure scrofula.salt rheum, boils, pimj-les and all blood humors; also dyspepsia, rheu matism, catarrh and that tire 1 feeling. It never disappoints. Sick headache is cured by Hood's rills. 2.-,& E'S for Hatching. Silver Laced YYyandotts and Barred Plymouth Rocks. i.oo per setting. D. F. Garxaxd, Wellington, C Lincoln & C Sts. Kansas. Durng the civil wtr, as well as in our late war with Spain, diarrhoea was one of th j most trouble-onie dis eases the army hud to contezd with. In many instances it became chronic and the old soldiers still suffer from it, Mr. David Taylor of W ind Ridge, Greene County, l'ii..is one of these. He uses Chamberlain's olie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemnly and says he never found anything that would give him such quick relief. It is for sale by all druggists. I am agent for the old reliable Nichols & Shep ard threshing machine, and for repairs for the same. Call and see me opposie post office with Hackney 6c Brown. T. D. WALKER. R. C. Macy has bought a loG acre tract of uuii i. ear Conway Springs of W. F. Tawz r, for $2,200 A. G. BmM h;ts bought of A. Branaman, M:ircian, the undivided two-thirds interest in a quaiter section of land in balls township. Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords me much pleasure to recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy. I have used it and know others who have, done so. I have never known it to fail. It is a sure cure when taken in time." For sale by all druggists. OA8TOIIIA. Bun tl 4 IM Kim Tea Harc Always Bcigsi ckn&tu In a short time all new w rk done at the Santa Fe general shops in To peka and the division shops along '.he line of road will be regulated by the piece work system. R P. C. San derson, the newly appointed assistant superintendent of machinery, is ar ranging for an extension of the 9ystem over the shop work of the Santa Fe road p.-opt r. A Aioiher Telia Mow She Saved Her Little Daughter's Life I am the mother of eight children and have had a great deal of experi ence with medicines. Last summer my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form. We thought she would die. I tried everything I could think of, but nothing semed to do her any good. I saw by an advertisement in our paper that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got a bottle of the very best medicines w ever had in the house. It saved my little daughter's life. I am anxious fer every mother to know what an ex cellent medicine it is. Had I known it at first it would have saved me great deal of anxiety and my little daughter mrch - suffering. Yours truly, Mrs. Go. F. Burdick, Liberty RJ, For sale by all druggists; Be cam He's blowing with all his might and can barely stir the record ing hand from zero. There's many a big, healthy looking man who is weak in the lunjrs. Probablv half or two -thirds of his lunir cnrf.ira KirK- knows the contact of kind of man, who, when a cough attacks mm, goes galloping down the road toward consumption. M.-inr Rlirli a man has found strength and healing for weak lungs and tissues lacerated by coughing and drained by hemorrhages, in the use oi lit. rierce s oomen Medical Discov ery. The healintr nowpr nf ttiie mArli. cine in pulmonary diseases seems little anon oi marvelous at times, so extreme are the conditions which it cures. The " Discovery " contains no alcohol, and no narcotics. "When I started to take your 'Rotten Med ical Discovery " writes Mr. A. F. Xovotny of New York. N. V.. Box 17. I had a regular consumntive mnirh nf urWfc T .c.m 1 everybody cautioned me and warned ine' con- " f iusiiik wciRm rapidly, was verv ra e and had nn anr.-iiio a.i.... x- my condition is changed tntir- ly. I do not tuuisii ai an, nave eaintil fiirM pounds in weight, have recovered my healthy color, and mv atmetitr ii rnnrninm 1 ... ............. I your medicine to everyfxxly who may be in need ui o.iuii, a-, a is a sure cvre." Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation. The Wichita Pu-gister w;is sold at public auction by receiver We-ins-day, and was bout lit by Dtve Leahy. Chas. Jordan of C-ildwell, and Ida Newrnan of Caldwell, were mirried by Probate Judge Staffelbach Ttiur 'Uy. The bride is a c'au;liter of Representative Cy Newman. Mrs. Frank Culver, Rirmingham, A'a., writes of Heggs' Hair Renewer, the well-known guaranteed prepara tion: ' It gives me bet results of nnytii'ng; it does what is claimed for i', makes the hair grow and keeps the scalp always clean and healthy." For sale by all druggists. Victor vV. Stamp is expected to ar rive in Wellington soon, to reside. Mrs. St;itnp was compelled to leave the siutiiwest, on account of the climate. They will take charge of L. C. Newton's farm neur Wellington. Purify the bloodcure disease; keep the blood pure, prevent disease, these two laws of health constitute the mis sionof Reggs' lllood Purifier, the great spring medicine. "Rest biood medi cine on the market," tays Mrs. James McBride. Apalachico'.a, Ha. For sale by all druggists. "Flatty" Ingram, about whom the police were worrying, fenring he had deserted Wichita, has been located. He was arrested and ut in j iil at Alva, O.T., yesterday for attempting to steal a grip from a hotel. Eagle. Reggs' Wood Purifier "makes sick people well" Miss May Meyer, Trin idad, Colo,, says: "My blood and sys tem seemed all out of order, but since taking Reggs' Blood Turifrer my gen eral health has been much improved it's a good medicine for you. for sale by all druggists. O Ji ,'J, rJ? O Tt. 'Z .A. . Bean the ? T-'e HivMlva Bci!i The State Agricultural college weather report gives a total rainfall of .49 inch for March, which is .86 inch below normal. The mean tem perature was 40 82 r.egrees, which is .49 degree above normal. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children, - 3 Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears the Signature of BABY jbltlo I XJ take up as much room in the store as the baby does in the heart of the parent. It wo'nt take many dollars out of the pocket book to Get one of These Buggies. Trademark BIG BUSINESS mm Ti e Hunnewell elopers bave been heated. The Times says: "Newton Burnette and Miss Mary Bell, who eioped from heme some nights ago have been eutt d and it is under stood that William B- !l will make ai effort to have them return. Sln-e leaving Ilunnewdi they have btei visiting a family b the uan.-e o Thompson, near Tookawa. on tht prelense of being nutrr it d. Lat Sat urdjy nilit certain parties livin-.' about four miles east of town saw the runaway couple at a dance in Black well ai;d innocently learned all about their whereabouts, the couple having represented to them that they were married. Investigation shows that thf-y have told erbody in and around Tonkawa that i hey had been married sirce Chri-tmas. It has alo been learned ti.at during Chiistmas season, Burnette invited c -rtain par tits east cf town to at tend his wedding ar:d exhibited a document purpotting to be his license. But Mr. Bell denies that they are married and says he will bring them back. It is evidently a rather peculiar state of affairs and cne that deserves a little Investiga tion." The court house and jail ground- will be a pleasant sight this tuatner.' Janitor House has been busy f ir sev eral days planting flowers. Besides almost innumerable nas'urtiums, z-niis, etc., sixty cannis and one h-indred gladiolus have been ulauted. Lat year there were no fl iwerson the court house grounds. The interest, that is being taken in the new court house and jail grounds is remarkable and will result in making it one of the prettiest lawns in this part or the state. As so-.n h the old Snell build ing and. the old jail are removed, the ground will b. grai'-r! and set, out. with trees, 11 iwer b-d. etc. Later, it is expected that- winding walks will he marie, and jtte.es provided. The court house and jail lawns will be a veritable paradie, and as pretty in side park as Wellington couid wNh for. An apprnptiate nume for the court h('Ue and jail grounds iu future is "The County Park." An odd accident, which may result in d'-at.h, is no'.ul in the Iola B. gis tcr. Thari Ellis, a Humbilrk carpen ter, at : i nip ed to cr2:i a barrel of tar, striking one of th t-ea:Is a h'-avy blow with an ax. Immediately there was an explosion, supposed to be the re-u'.t of an accumulation of gas, and a piece of th barrel head was driven into the ram's forehead, injuring him so seriously that it is f"ared he will not recover. The last vi-it made by Qaeen Vic toria to Ireland was paid in 1C2. In the following year, a r umber of Irish papers ridiculed the Prince Consort for seme stand he l ad taken, and this so incensed the queen that she vowed she would never put foot in Ireland again. She kept her vow al mos!. forty years. Mr. and Mrs. Zici foreman arrived from Newton, la., Friday called by the serious illness of Mrs. Foreman's brother, W. S. Pile. Mr. Pile is no better. Attorney S C. Burnett of Caidwell, was in the city Friday on business. He is a candidate this year for the fusion nomination for county attor ney. There are four cases of scarlet fever In the f-mily cf Ed Hathaway, two miles south of town. The patients are reported to be convalescent. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brough and son returned to their home in Kingfisher, O.T., Saturday morning, after week's visii. with relatives in the city. Nick Steffin, who ran a bakery on Est Lincon avenue fifteen years ago, Is in town Saturday. He lives in Wichita at preseot. Mrs. C. L. Crookbaro, Mrs. D. Ft. Boone and Miss narbaugb. of South Haven, were shopping in the city Sat urday. T. II. Jackson, father of W. M. Jackson, sold 80 acres of land near Oxford the other day for 150 an acre. Miss Pearl Morris is spending a few days visiting among friends in Wel lington. Argonla Clipper. Schuyler Gilbert has sold bis barber shop to C. W. Davis, and gone to Alva, Q.T., to reside. Nearly every person needs a tonic medicine at this time of year to brace up and invigorate the nervous rystem, to cleanse the bowels, liver and kid neys. Ilerbine is the best and safest remedy to do this, as it will cure con stipation, regulate the liver and en rich the blood. Price, 50 cents. A M. Stanley, druggist A Peerless Tno Of solid thru express trains daily via the Nickle Plate road between Chicago, FL Wayne, Cleveland, Erie, Buffalo, New York City, Boston, and intermediate points. Service and equipment among the best, rates lower than via other lines. The shortest route between Chicago and Buffalo. Uniformed colored porters at tend the wants of passengers in the day coaches. An otrace of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and a bottle cf Ballard's Horehound Syrup used in time is worth a staff of physicians with a druj store or two included. Price, 35;. -rA. M. Stanley, druggist TWO VERY PROMINENT PUBLIC HEN Owe Health and Happiness to Pe-ru-na, : nr. mm !'',': ;i..r Hoa.Wm. Younblood. Auditor for tba Interior. Washington, D. C, Dec. 10, m. Pe-ru-na Drug MTg Co, Columhms, O.: Gentlemen I've often heard of your t ieat medicine and have persuaded my wife, who has been much of a sufferer from catarrh, to try Pe-ru-na, and after using one bottle 6he has wonderfully improved. It has proved all you have claimed for it, and I take pleasure in recommending it to anyone who is af flicted with catarrh. Yours, Wm. Youngblood, Auditor for the Interior. Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly becoming a national cur?e. An un doubted remedy has been discovered by Dr. Hartman. This remedy has been thoroughly tested during the pa?t forty years. Pe-ru-na cures eatmh in all sta?e3 and phases. There is no rem edy that can be substituted. '. r-ut, t ?-i 3 9 mi ... . . Ww vxvvvov:xsvn5Cs.v 'j J'.inrt You Have Always Bought, end whicli has been ;;i d9 for over 30 years, has borne the eirmtpro oi - and lias been rude uiulor L'm pcr-A- S- 'J1' sona super-isioii sinoe itsitiianfy. oi;7. t t'sctiS. Alle)W no oue to deoeivcyoii in t!tis. Coiiuicricits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are bufc r.vporii.'ients that trifle with and endanger the health of izu.iU and Children Experience atjaiust Expcriicut. What is CASTORIA Css.rh. is a harmless substitute for Caster 0:1, Pare Sftrity Hvgt aud Soothuijr Syrups. It is ricaa.uit. It (.;.r:i:.l i j neither Opium, Jlorphino nor other X:reoti3 f;;:b:jiii?ec. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wonus r.j?fl alloys Feveri.shness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation cn'l Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stcrrttch and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. TLe Children's FanaccaThe Mother's Friend. zmmz CASTORIA always Bears the Signature of liio Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Leslie Coombs, the cattle buyer, shipped a train load of cattle to Kan sas City via the Santa Fe, Monday of this week. Mr. Coombs the same day had a train load fir hi.. Louis over the Frisco. Blackwell Timet- Record. Try Orain-0! Try Qraln-OI Ask your grocer today to show you a package of Grain-O, the new food drink that takes tbe place of coffee. The children may drink It without injury as well as the adult. All who try it, like it. Grain-0 has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it It made from pure grains, and the most delicate stomach" receives it without distress. One half the price of coffee. Fifteen and 25 cents per package. Sold by all grocers. A Profitable Way to See The West Is to join one of the person ally conducted California excursions of the ianta Fe Itoute. TT; Congenial companions are assured. Py 'H Special conductors relieve you of all care and contri bute materially to your enjoyment -No extra charge. Inquire of T. L PL'RDY, Ajeat, Tbe Atcfalsoa, Topcki & Sau Fe Ry, WILL KO 05 Eil AS. Asm pt A -rift, ' J. fi Congressman Howard from Alabama. Washingtos, Feb. 4th, 1899. Pe-ru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen I have taken Te-ru-na now for two weeks, and find I am verv much relieved. I feel that my cure will oe permanent. I have also taken it for la grippe, and I take pleasure in recom mending Pe-ru-na as an excellent rem edy to all fellow sufferers. Very Respectfully, M.W. Howard. Congressman Howard's home address is Fort Payne, Ala. Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Ca tarrh is wen-nigh universal; almost om nipresent. Pe-ru-na is the only abso lute sal.'L-uard known. A cold is the beginning of catarrh. To prevent colds. to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of its victims. Address Dr. Ilartman, Co lumbia, 0., for a free catarrh book- tr:V TV x V: CALIFORNIA Broad Vestlbuled First Class Sleepers Dally BETWEEN CHICAGO and SAN FRANCISCO Without Change via Leave CHaha on Eig 5 at 1:30 p.m. All the best scenery of the Rocky Moont alos and the Sierra Nevada by day light in both directions. These cars are carried on the limited trains of the Great Rock bland Route, Denver and Rio Grande (Scenic Route), Rio Grande Western and Southern Pacific. Dlnlnj tar Service Throuth Buffet Library Care E.W. THOMPSON,' A.G.P.A., Topeka, Kansas. JOHN SEBASTIAN, G.P.A., Chicaco. w. Tbe Cardinal Points In favor of the Nickle Hate road are safe and easy roadway, fine trains, lux urious equipment and fast. time. These combined with a solid thru vestibuled sleeping and dining car service make the Nickle Plate road a desirable route be tween Chicago, Ft. Wayne, Cleveland Erie, Buffalo, New York Boston and al points eat. The traveling public al eady know that tke rates via this roai are lower than ther lines.