The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 4, 1892 · Page 5
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1892. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. JOUK T.. MI 'ONSMSR. Secretary unit MuNlncwt Manager. BALLARD, SEVERANCE & CO., Wholesale Notions and Fancy Goods, No. 10 Second Ave. East. Close Price to De: tiers. Wall Paper and Room Mould, Latest, Designs, All Grades, Low PRICES, AT H. D. WINSLOW'S. crty vacated by Mr. Twelfth uvenue west. EMERSON CARET, Dealer hi HIDES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS. Yards aud office opp. court house. EASTER SALE. \ EATER GLOVES \ .See our ltianity in Spring colors. Easter Neck Wear EASTER UMBRELLAS Xet April shower. Umbrellas, from 98e toSlO 00. Make expressly for us in Philadelphia. See our Gents. London made umbrella.- EASTER HOSERY In cotton, lesh and .silk- See our Hermsdorf, fast black, six pair for 81.25. Easter Uudewear New stock—in all grades. Easter White Goods Exclusive Dry Goods House. J. S. DUNN, OPTICIAN, US North Main St., H0TCH1NS0N, : KANSAS. Experienced hungers furnished if desired. CITY NEWS. Vegetation is fast coming to the surface. SD-plusli rockers for Jffi.TS at King's. ttt Special prices on bananas at Cunning- barn's, J3 South Main. Carey is still in the coal business, tf Special prices on bananas at Cunningham's, 13 South Main. The new Hon Ton wagon will be on the streets to-morrow. Watch for it, It The gentle zephyrs blew not too lightly last night. Fine line of baby buggies at Wil lett's. Dr. Lucas has moved his ofliee. to roams over the Hon Ton bakery No. 1 North Main. • Cream pull's at the Hon Ton bakery to-night. It ' Horn—To Br. It 15. Wilson and wife a son, last night. The doctor is weal­ ing an 8x12 smile to-day. Mother and child doing nicely. 82ii-bed room suits for 8l!l at King's. lit We are log ti ON WALL PAPER, And underselling everybody on all grades. We have definitely decided to Of the wall paper business, as we need the room for our, , DRUG- STOCK, And guarantee to make the lowest flg- •urea ever quoted in Hntehinson. I'll J, M. BEAM, Prop. Going into the NO OLD PATERNS. We are not selling it at cost, but at a fair, living profit: NEW GOODS. Experienced hangers furnished to put it on the wall. COBTJRN & DETAR, AT THE •OPERA. HOUSE BOOK STORE Are in the wall i paper business to stay FOR Mm ONLY! [•JliiiftBWFor LOST or FAliINO MANHOOD. Ki]n l MSlChracrel and BSBVQ1H DEBttOT HfQ^f HI: WctltaBM of Body and Kiud ,Ba« f i / ICliU'lHii.DffflJifTirirowor Exccases la Old or Yoanir, I IfeMr rt IIUIKID full. UatinJ. Urn u E.lan.TuSl fcrt.tlituHKlK.l^UHRUlHKUliHUJSSJifAllTH.rbObl AbMlaKI/ Uttfttlllne MUttK TJIKATMUNT-lipnfHU la • day. M*m lullfy rvim 60 gulM RAIJ rwrel«a i 'giMtrlr*. Krile tlMaC HHtriBII(« Ihiob, vipluuulim Mil prtwr. tazllHl <Hal«d)ri««. Vtiti MEOIOAL CO., DUFr UOJi V. Election day on Tuesday. There should be a full vote cast. liuy of the business men who advertise. "It is an ill wind that blows nobody good." Kansus seems to be trying herself for the past few days. Have you secured a ticket, to the A O. U. W. and Degree of Honor ball, to be given on Wednesday night, April 0? • If you want hand-made furniture at a bargain see King this Week. Ot All members of all the A. O. U. W and D. of H. committees are requested to attend the meeting at .lohnson's un dertaking parlors on West Sherman street to-night, without fail. Sweet oranges at Cunningham's, 13 South Main. Willett will not be undersold on baby buggies. Miss Uurdella Collins has so far covered from her recent attack of illness that she expects to resume her position at the head of the mil linery department of Martin's store in a few days. The Quest candies In the city are to be found at the Hon Ton. It For lame back side or chest, us. Sbiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents For sale by A. A. Drug Co. Dr. John Schurr, formerly of this city, but for some time recently a citizen of Oalva, has returned to this city and occupies his own property on Seventh avenue east. His office is over No. 21, North Main street. The D. of H. will serve dinner, supper and midnight lunch in the new nail on Wednesday. They showed enterprise in undertaking to assist in furnishing the third story of the Grand, and merit your encouragement. Bring your magazines and books to the NKWW bindery and have them neat ly bound. It is the best way to preserve them. Soon it will be the time when a man can take his pole, a few worms, a hook and a couple of bottles full of bait and wander ott' into the busy solitudes to ensnare the Hopping beauties from their sparkling home. DO not fail to see Willett for tine baby buggies, lie has the finest line in the city and the best prices. Leave your order for bread at the Hon Ton, and the wagon will leave it at your door. Early Kisers, Early Hisors, Early liiscrs, the famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and uervousuess. Ueam's Midland Pharma- ev. . Try the Bon Ton's doughnuts this evening. To ascertain the length of a day or night, multiply the exact hour at which the sun rises by two; the result will be the length of the night. Do your own figuring now, and do not trouble your neighbor for un almanac every other day. Attention everybody, lourfelfand lady are wanted to attend a great auction sale of mother of pearl pictures, now going on at No. 3 North Main.next to the Golden Eagle. Come and examine the pictures w nether you buy or not tf COL. 11. 0. HAKUIS. The Hon Ton baker is strictly in it on bread to-day. Try a loaf for supper. Everything uew at Mrs. Berglof's gallery, 19 South Main, tf The latest scheme of the telephone companies, we are told, is to connect the residence of members with the pulpit of their church, and, in the quietude of home, listen to the sermon of the preachers. Of course thero is nothing lazy about this, but this is a world of progressiveness. PERSONAL. Daggett on Leon Leu, Joe Clark and Dick llaus went east on the Santa Fe last night. Miss Lizzie May went to Kansas City this morning, to bo goneon a few days' visit. Dr. Lucas has moved his residence to the Lindsay property, 13(1 Sherman street east. James M. Atherton of Poughkeepsic, N. Y,, is in the city looking after property interests. C. N. Wooddell and family spent Sat-, urday and Sunday with the family of their son-in-law. W. A, Anderson. ' W. B. Hums and Frank D. Wolcott left this morning with two train loads of cattle for the Kansas City market. Frank Condraof Galesburg, 111., who has been the guest of C. L. Dowman for the past few days, left for home last night. Ilev. 1). M. Moore, who has been sick for some time, is slowly recovering, and hopes to be about the streets again in a few days. Frank Ileum was in the city Saturday night, and tells a wheat story that knocks Dr. Detrick and llepry Hartford out, lor the time being. W. It. Tedrick principal of the Arlington schools, which recently closed, has decided to make this City his future home, aud moved here last Saturday. John V. Stout of I'uoli, lml., and auditor of his county, Orange, is in the county lucking after property interests. Mr. Stout is the only Republican ever elected in Orange county. Webber and Glasscock, two of the Stafford county purtics accused of complicity in the county treasurer's steal, were brought to the tliis city last Saturday night and lodged in jail for safe keeping. F. S. Winslow desires to announce to his good friend in this city that it will be absolutely impossible for him to spend the day, next Sunday, in the city. After next Sunday, however, he will be lure regularly. Mr. Chas. Manrither, foreman of the Illinois Ziuc works of Peru, 111., spent last night in the city. He has large farm possessions in Kansas which lie is looking after, and which he says he is not at all anxious to get rid of, as it is increasing in value all the while. bnt as none had been secured, II. W #i Glcngon was chosen, and proceeded witli the business. A number of cases were called bnt were not ready. The case of Stewart against Stewart was taken up and a jury called, but most of the time wns occupied in nrgu- ng an objection to the introduction of testimony. MeKinstry & Wise and Leslie ,t Crawford are the attorneys. To OUl Soldier*. 1 shall open in a few days a real estate, locating engineer's and surveyor's office at the new town which will bo located at Tied Hoclt, on the Santa Fe, thirty-seven miles south of Arkansas City. I have J. O. Stewart and others of the original surveyors of that laud in my employ. 1 will locate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary Improvement and filing for •apiece. Forward power of attorney, and scud me discharge or duplicate, aud I. will select good claims, and furnish diagrams of lands showing water and other advantages, with filing papers. Send cheek for S2"> with power of attorney to me at Winfteld, Kuu., until the strip is opened. GAIT. JAN. W. HAMILTON. A, C. Tredick Sundayed in the city. J. A. Mulholland is in Chicago on business. , 11. L. Willis, of Joplin, Mo., is in the city on business. J. D. Weiuer went to Topeka on business last night. II. P. Myton of Garden City, spent Sunday in the city. Howard Waddells did (not) spend Saturday night in Larned. Mr. Gresham, a retired capitalist of Burrton was in the city to-day. C. L. Vaughanhas moved to the prop Ilev. E. B. KiLlinger, pastor of the Lutheran church at Sulina, Kan., reported his intention to be in the city this evening. He will preach in tin Lutheran church at 8 p. m. He is re garded as ah able and edifying speaker. The publie cordially invited Prof. ,1. P. Bcisinger and Col. Henry Hartford crossed the Sand Hills in a buggy to-day, and arove in the city about noon. They recommend such a trip through a sand storm as conducive to good health. Most of folks will be absolutely willing to take their word for it, regardless of politics or previous condition of servitude. Ed. O. Wild, editor of the traveling men's department of the St. Joseph Herald, and a prominent member of St. Joseph Council No. 25, U. C. T., was in the city to-day and made this office a pleasant call. In speaking of th Al. G. Field Minstrel company he said "It is the best minstrel combination that I have ever seen, and all who see it will say the same thing." He re porUs business in his home city good, A Valuable Mocker. Frank F. Davis, liying on Twelfth avenue west, Is the owner of one of the finest Kansas 1 mocking birds in the state. The bird has been in captivity since infancy, and has learned to utter many sounds that less favored birds know nothing about. He can mimmic to a nicety the crowing of rooster, the cackling of a hen the bark of a dog, the cry of a baby the sound of a letter carrier's whistle, and last but not least, can speak several wordB audibly. He begins his music in the morning at the break of day, by crowing like a rooster, which he follows up by barking like a dog, before beginning the .programme pecu liar to birds of his class. He is a line bird. l*ytuluii SistorH. livery member is respectfully requested to be. present at the next regular meeting on Tuesday evening, April 5. Meeting called to order at s o'clock sharp. Business of interest and importance to cacli member will come before the meeting. There is work to be done and matters to be discussed that arc of vital interest to each sister. Mils. NKTTIB A. SOWLK, M. E. C. of Temple. IIATTIK WII.KKKSON, M. of 11. and C. CeuHelGsn Wonders for Ktmauft. Prof. .1. M. Kuykondull, teacher of Riverside school, Medora township, is the happy possessor of a rare bird of the "white, owl" species, supposed to have blown in with the high winds of last Friday. The professor is indeed fortunate in his cateji of so rare, and interesting as well as valuable collection. We understand that unless the bird will be added to a zoological garden the professor will send it to a taxidermist for preservation. dA .w Notice. The Woman's Relief Corps will give a basket social at the 0. A. 1$. hall on Tuesday night. April 5th, for the benefit of the Sons of Veterans. The ladies are invited to come with lunch baskets filled for two, for which the gentlemen will pay 25 cents per basket. You are all invited. Mrs. Jm .i.\ CAMPHKU.. President. Mrs. LANIK LOVRJ.ACK, ' ' Secretary. i Olnmluttou Notleo. The firm of Benedict Brothers have tins day dissolved, C. C. Benedict retiring, and W. II. A. Benedict continuing the business, assuming all indebtedness and collecting all outstanding bills. Hutchinson, Kau., April 4, 18!)','. X otlc« to VUitlujr Workmvu. Committeemen will meet all trains from morning until night, onWedncs day, to conduct all visiting brothers and sisters to the hall ou the third floor of the Qraud. where meals will be served all day and night. "Who said Hood's Sarsaparilla?" Thousands of people, who know it to be the best blood purifier and tonic medicine. A Knock Down in Prides on PANTS A pair WE WILL SELL YOU of $1.25 working pants for • - 1.50 working pants for - - 2.Q0 nobby pants for - -* • . 3.00 dress pants for • - . 4.00 fine stripe pants for 4.50 good value pants for 6.00 custom made pants for Yes we boast of the largest stock in town awl we arts the leaders of , .75 :99 1.49 1.99 2.99 .t.49 4.00 "oniltig Hack. Conservative estimates upon the new and the returning population to this city within the past thirty days, place the number at 100 persons, grown and otherwise. The same figures show an increase of over 2,0(H) in the past year. This, if kept up for a short time longer, will he the means of filling every available residence property in the city. Now that the good work has begun, let it proceed, and some of these times our fondest dreams will be realized. When the country fills up at the rate which it has for the past six months, no harm can come from filling up the city, particularly so long as everybody can find employment. ' Al. O. Field. The aggregation known as Al. G. BMeld's minstrels came in over the Santa Fe yesterday morning, in their own private car, which is a beauty. Al. G. Field is an exceptional man and has an exceptional company. In fact it is the finest minstrel troupe in the United States. He carries a magnificent band, which, in spite of the inclement and disagreeable weather, made a street parade at noon to-day There are a number of persons who have purchased tickets to. their entertainment to-night who are not in the habit of patronizing the ordinary show, but who feel that they would miss a rare treat by staying away. 1>1« tries Court. Court convened this morning, and as this was the week set apart for a pro tein. judge, the first thing in order was the election of a judge. It was intended to have some foreign attorney, Prof. Will Davis, Teacher of Phno, Orgm and Cornet Desires to form a class in the use of either or all the above instruments. Leave orders with Hutchinson Music company, or at Mrs. Harsha's residence, on Second Ave. east. Visit our shoe department, it may be the means of saving you sow* anouey. TWENTY-FIVE EMPTY BOXES FOR SALE. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE. I. GOLDBERG, Proprietor. 19 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kansaa. -THE- NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OK- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, $100,000, SURPLUS, $7,50» DIRECTORS. L, C. WBLTON, Farmer. .IAS. GUTIUIUC, Banker. .Tso. J. INGALLS,ex-Senator. T. E. BOWMAN, Capitalist. C. W. TRMi-r.Eli, Viee-l'res., A. J. HIOI.KV, Insurance Kan. Grain & L. S. Co. and Real Estate. JOH.N HAM., Preldent. J. W. WII.KISSON, V.-Pres. N. G. HoijLiSTKB. Cashier. CARPETS AND CURTAINS Saturday, March 19, we c opened the largest line of these goods ever shown in the city, consisting of Lace Curtains, Silk Curtains, China Silk, Embroidered Muslin. Art Lace, Plushes, You Want to Buy Hose, Do You? Well 1 cant tell you the best place in Hutchinson to buy It. It is of FRAZEE & WILSON, The Plumbers, No. 13 Second Avenue West. Telephone 140. They have the Goodyear P.ubber Company's hose, warranted to stand pressure. They also have a car load of 3, 4 & il inch server pipe. &?They are the leading plumbers of the city, aud make a specialty of re | pair work. And the only line of Hartford and Lowell carpets in the city. Onr new illustrated catalogue for 1892 will be out about April 1. Send for one. II 25ozs.FOR25t , ABSOLUTELY PURE. - JIOTTRYIT. F.r.JAQ,UCi *. CO. KAN343 CITY,HQ.

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