The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 6, 1892 · Page 6
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 6, 1892. From Nnw York. MAYOR VINCENT. _ ii-;rl!r. Scott B. Winne writes ns 'from New York an follows: Ni:\v Yoiw, March 30, IMI2. .•DBAA-JFAITIEH: I am happy to nn- nounce that I have completed nrrnng-e- ments hero in New York whereby we are Jto have permanent connection!) for Ihe/placlnjr of loans on city property on :. tennn fully OK favonihle as those cabled Iijtsm London some days ago. Willi the Connections wo now have both in New AjJgfWk arid London we are in position to < Alto such, rates and terms nn wilt j'fetMTO us the business without a v<- doubt. Wo will alKO be in ft, position . io handle some short time loans on both personal uml chattel se- »iCurity if we eare to bother with that claas of business. T expect to he home about the middle of April and will theu arrange all minor details peparntory to making a push for business. Incidentally T have increased our facilities in the insurance line eon- sldcrably. I am through with all business matters and leave to-morrow for central New York where I wiy visit with friends a few days and then start for home, stopping over a few hours' in Cincinnati, Ohio, ou the way. Mail will reach me there in care of Union Central Life Insurance company. Yours affectionately, HCOTT R. WlN.V'K. We publish his letter thinking that it might interest some of our patrons. WINNK >fc WlNXK, Hutchinson. Kan. Telephone No. 20. us show the boys them. that we appreciate AilllJ-VlllC. •Miss Alice Campbell of Hutchinson is visiting friends in the city. O. E. Austin of Sylvia was in the city Monday. The severe wind of lusl Friday did very little damage here. A number of outbuildings were overturned, some signs blown down, and part of .1. Me-[ Lean's awning thrown into the street. .I. T. Whetstone has moved into the residence lately vacated by Chns. Manor. Mrs. M. T. Stroup visited In Stafford Monday. Tho gonial ,Ios. Itainum of Laugdon was patronizing our merchants yesterday. Abbyvllle is the central point of Reno county trade west of Hutchinson. They como from far and near, as we have as accommodating and generous merchants as any place of this size in Kansas.' B '£he question with us now is, where shall we put the many people who ,eoroo to our city? A great many people do not wish to build for themselves they prefer to rent residence property. Every house here that can possibly be converted into a residence is occupied, soveral store rooms, and parts of business houses are filled with families. One house, isoecupiedby tlireefamilios _ Dr. Dnvall, (a professional man we have long desired) has permanently located here, but because he cannot obtain a residence now, he must leave his family in MePhbrson until some one erects more residences, or must build one himself. 1 ltnow of nothing at present that would pay better on an investment than to build a few neat residences in Abheyville. Rev. M. A. Draper of Peace Creek, preached for the Christians here lust •Sunday, ile has been employed by them for the coming year. Kcv. .1. D. Wilkinson, the M. K. minister for this your, preached here Sunday night. Goorgc Haines has moved into the building north of .lames McLean's store, and will conduct a lunch counter and restaurant therein. W. II. Mitchell moved into the house vacated by George Uuincs, in the south Hide. •lames A. Miller has resigned as manager far the Kansas Grain and Live Stock company here, and is now working for I). .!. Fair & Co., with G, M. Sohurr. .lames A. Miller's place is taken by Joseph Millor, from Mcpherson. II • is moving into the building lately used as the l'artlow house. IV. A. Partlow lias gone to "the promised land," Oklahomo, for a two •weeks' stay. P. K. llarr is putting a white-coat of plaster in his store. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wright left Monday for •Sheridan, Indiana, for a month's visit among "the old folks at home." Miss Hertlm Uinn in visiting at El iner. K. J. Oliversou went to Hutchinson last night to attend the Masonie lodge. , IB round, of llloori Is about the quantity nature allows to an adult person. It is of the utmost importance that the blood should be kept us pure as possible, lly its remarkable cures of scrofula, salt rheum, etc., Hood's NarKiipurillu has proven its Claim to ho the best blood puvltlur. For a general family cathartic wo confidently recommend Hood's Pills. They should be in every home medicine chest. Notice to KIIIUJIIH OonlritutorH. Sealed proposals for the construction of the Kansas World's Columbian Uuilding will be received at the otlloe of W. U. Smith, 72« Jackson stroet, Topeku, Kan., until 2 o'clock p. m., , : April 28,18»». Flans and spoulflentloni) can bo seen • > at thooflicu of .Seymour Davis, architect, liooms 85 to 37, Crawford build• tag, Topeku, Kan,, after April 4, 181)3. W. H. S MITH, Secretary. THE "CITIZENS'" CANDIDATE ELECTED BY 323 MAJORITY. Hunt Work IJone In All I lie WIIHIH-A llonvy Volt' VOIIMI; K«t -JUS V»U'» Short or flie n«ici*trjition — Mirny Vernon* Lost Thwir Vot(* t»v Ht'tnK CnmpnlliMl to l,c»ve tlic lilty llrrorr « O'Clork In the Morulnfi. As was announced in yesterday's NKWS, election day dawned bright and clear, and the friends of the various candidates were astir, and when the polls opened votes fell thick and fast. Although everything passed off quietly considerable work was done, as shown by the vote. The entire vote cast was 1.80S, and apportioned ns follows: First ward OUfl Ser.onu. -want a7' Third ward 401 Fourth ward 45J The mayor and a majority of the council on the Independent Republican ticket was elected. The following is the vote of the various wards: FIRST WAKT). I'OK MAYOII. Prank Vincent :t'-2!> J. n. Winne K27 COlTNCtLMKN. abas. Drown ,'IU.I .7. p. McOurdv :IT:I It. .1. (iraliain It. 15. Kmerson -05 Heuoni, IW.JAHO. <;. II. Miner :i2fl A. W. McCandlexs »!!!! CONSTAIIMS. S. .1. Morris 170 .1. w. Hartman i:il K. H. Miller 113 SKGONM VVAUil. MAVOIL Frank Vincent '~'fi« .1. a. Wliinc 1:17 COUNOII.MKN, W. IJ. Wlnslnw UM I. V. Wooddell V.H SCHOOL noAitn. Mrs. A. Doyle lflO •Siirn Kly S(I3 CONBTABIjR. H..). MorriH (it) .1. W. Hartman IS:) E. H. Miller 60 THIRD WARD. MAYOII. Frank Vincent .~3' J. U. Winne 100 cousun,MAN. .1. T. Norman 205 IS. W. Stone 1H0 U. Hollailay 200 Dr. Malcolm 183 SCHOOL JIOAHD. F. II. Chrisman 244 Mrs. .7. W. Jones i:)7 CONSTABLE. A. J. Morris 08 J. w. Hartman 105 IS. K. Miller 77 'FOURTH WAItD. MA von. Frank Vincent 280 J. C!. Wlnnc 101 COUNCU.MBN. Dr. Myers 324 'Welln Ill) SCHOOL IIOAHI>. Mrn. Alice Vincent 18:1 John Chapman 20n liykcr 446 CONSTABLE. S. J. Morris ., 12 E. K. Miller 124 J. W. Hartman r,o Frank Vincent has been connected with the business of this city for cigh teen years, and is known ns a successful business man. His interests here ' are extensive, he is a heavy taxpayer and a thorough gentleman, lie was connected with the city council during the years of our most rapid growth, both in population and wealth, and was looked upon by his associates iu condneting the city's affairs as being a businessman in all that the word implies, and a safe and careful guardian of the city's interests. The vote which lie received yesterday plainly demonstrates that the taxpayers of the city regard him as a safe man to place at the mast-head. His opponent, ,1. O. Winne, is one of our best citizens,and if elected would have made an excellent officer. Tho members of the council elect, are all good men, and will give the city 11 wis*, business year's work. Kach one is a tax payer, knows tho valuoof money,is economical and conservative on all subjects which effect our financial interests. The campaign which has just closed has been ouo of cleanliness, and since it is all over oach voter takes the other by thc.jhahd and confidently savs: "Let us. have peace, harmony and prosperity," which every one expects from such an intelligent body of men. The ladies were out in force and worked very hard. They were everywhere present, and did much to assist in getting out a large vote. The St. John Meeting*, flic Methodist church was filled lost evening with a highly appreciative audience, who listened to another stir- ing address by Rev. Fmgenie, F. St. .lohn. She took for her text Kcclesias- tes !)-10. "Whatsover thy hand ftndeth to do, do it with thy might." Her theme was the necessity of constant, incessant activity and persistence, upon the part of all temperance workers, along all lines of educational work, that the masses may be made more intelligent and understand how tho vices of the people are destroying the very foundations of government. She appealed to the young people to study the question carefully, and made a strong indictment of the pernicious effect of the tobacco habit upon the coming generation. She discussed the question of heredity claiming that the rapidly increasing number of Insane, the annual doubling of the number of murders, and rapid increase of ice and crime in all the large cities, far outstripping the increase of population, is the direct result of of hereditary tendency to abnormal nervous and physical conditions, due to narcotics and stimulants, and to the depraved and degrading character of literature in the families of the mnsscs, familiarizing the youth with vice and crime. The address was able and convincing. Mrs. St. .lohn is even drawing encomiums and praise from those who do not agree with her in sentiment, for the vigorous, eloquent, masterly and yet lady-like way of presenting her subject. At the close of her address Mr. St. .lohn read some facts and and statistics from the report of Anthony Comstock, of tho New York Society, for the suppression of vice, and closed with a vigorous exhortation to the audience to come forward and sign pledges which he read against the liquor and tobacco practice. A large number signed. A peiitecostal meeting at 3 p. m. to-day was announced, and another temperance revival service at the same place this evening. Tomorrow evening Mr. St. .lohn, who was a soldier, will give an address to comrades, and scats will be reserved for comrades and their families. MAUN PATENT WENWORTE KAHS1 Try a Sack of KING KANSAS Flour, The Best Flour in the Market, and only $1.25 per sack, at L SAVEY0l)R C OLLARS 4 WITH US DON'T BE A CHUMP And allow anyone to bulldoze yon into buying clothing, hut come and get our prices and compare our prices, make and fit with eom- etitora' and we are sure you will deal with ns. pctttora' I WHY? Simply because wc don't misrepresent, and we will SAVfe YOU 10 PER CENT Is not that worth saving? That means fifty cents on Svc dollars, one dollar on ten and so on. Come to us. We have tho largest stock of clothing in Hutchinson, without dispute. 1000 dozen men's and boys' LINEN collars r>c each. Linen cufEs, 10c pr 800 dozen men's Demost flannel shirts, 15c each. Boys' knee pants | Boys' sateen in endless variety, from 15 cents up- ware. shirt waists, 25c, Mothers' 1 Friend waist at low price. Men's suits from S2.50 to 835. Agency for the "Christy"hats. See our light col ored Prince Albert suits. S15 to WS5. See our spring line of men's suits. Wc will open your eyes on prices. 00 dozen men's jean pants for 50c a pair. 120 dor.cn men's sateen 8hlrts ,'45 C all new colors ' Hoys' suits. 81 up to the very llnout made. See our tine tailor made pants, S3 to S7.50. They are swell. Hoys' hats and caps, 20c up to 50c See our novelties. We have what yon want and warrant a saving of 10 percent. See our and our neckwear, fine. 25 cent >() cent It is See our under- wearj From 20c up to the. finest boutons. A Helm or IS-ill. When grandpa went a-woolng. He wore a satin vest A trail of running roses Embroidered on the breast. The pattern of his trousers, His linen, white and tine, Were all the latest fashion Tn eighteen twenty-nine. Grandpa was a fine-looking young fellow then, so the old ladies say, and he is a line-looking old gentleman now. For the past score of years he has beeu 1 a (irm believer in the merits of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. "It renewed my youth," he frequently says. It is the only blood purifier and liver invigorator guaranteed to benefit or cure, or money promptly refunded. It cures liver disease, dyspepsia, scrofulous sores, skip eruptions, and all diseases of the blood. For lingering coughsand consumption (which is lung scrofula in its early stages) it is an unparalleled remedy. To Old Soldier*. 1 shall open in a few days a real estate, locating engineer's and surveyor's office at the new town which will be located at Bed Rock, on the Santa Fe, thirty-seven miles south of Arkansas City. I have J. O. Stewart and others of the original surveyors of that land in my employ. I will locate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and filing for 825 apiece. Forward power of attorney, and send me discharge or duplicate, and I will select good claims, and furnish diagrams of lands showing water and other advantages, with filing papers. Send cheek for S25 with power of attorney to me- at Winflcld, Kan., until the strip is opened. CAPT. JAS. W. HAMILTON. THE CASH WERS, 21 South Main. SIOO IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest the time it will take our candle to burn. The candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33}< inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come, and get guess tickets. Caudle will be lit .Inly \. 1892. IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS No. HI North Main Street. SAVEYOUR. • DOLLARS < BY TRADING ^ WITH US SAVE YOUR, • DOLLARS 4 BY TRADING ^ WITH US THE COMPANY. DRATJEHB It* Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schiibert Bush & G-ert^ PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. A Sample. The Glee and Banjo club of the state Universcrsity boys, who will play here Thursday night, are reported asgiving satisfaction in their entertainments, llelow we print a sample of the pro­ gramme they render: I'AltT I. "Esrudlanttna" * Lacorue <;]cc and Hunjo Club. "Czardls" Saunders Han]o Club. "Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son" Kendall Glee Club. "Uiondlna" SavlonI Banjo Club. Queue with chorus Selected Messrs. Cress, Elchottr,, Sears, McC'all. Banjo Trio Seleclca MeHsrs. Saunders. Colwell, Moore. "Matin Hells," chorus with Yodlc (Mr, IJau Crew Cllce Club. l'ABT u. 'Nursery tteymcs" Glee r- .Farmer ..I'lraml and Banjo Clnb. "Spanish Gallonade" — HanJoClun. (a) "Uewure" Decker (b) "The)- Kissed. I Saw Them Do It" Havvlev ' lilee Club. "Mlmint" Plramt Hanjo Club. "Silver Moon"—Solo with Yodle Mr. Dan Crew. :'Reverie"—Mandolin quartette .Saunders Messrs. KnunuerH, ilonebrake, IMa ker, l*erry. (a) "Arlon Waltz" Vogel (h) Medley ot K. K. songs Penny liuiiU Coneert. Tho Second Regiment band will give a concert ou Friday night, April 1 Tho programme will be published in full in a few days. Our citizens should not fail to lend support to the boys.and patronize them upon this occasion. We have the best band in the- went, so lot "Worlil's Fair MiwUng;. Mrs. Judge Hanback and Mrs. Mitchell, the lady world's fair commissioners of Kansas, will be in the city on Fri day April 8. Thore will bo a meeting of the ladies of Hutchinson at the Santa Fe hotel on that day at 3 o'clock - to confer with these ladies with reference to Kansas exhibits at the world's fair. The ladies of the city are requested to he present at this meeting. 3t X Vlctmaut Uauee. A very pleasant impromptu dance waB given at tho residence of Mrs.'J F. Smith, on Sixth avenue cast, last night, by tho "Giddy Whirl." At 10 o'clock refreshments were served, and each one present voted the affair a success. Xotleo. Mrs. Inncft will receive pupils in music at her residence 405 east Sherman. Vocal music taught in classes or private lesson. 2t Notleo. The Episcopal Guild will meet with Mrs. Whiteside, Sherman street cast, to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. D. I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams .ind the finest funeral :ar and white hearse i a the state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND CALLIN6. 301, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. JUST RECITED AT J. H. IF. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. HutcWoson Undertaking Co. F. 8. MITCHELL, Funeral Director and Embalmer. 10 Sontb Main. Open Day and Nighty Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Administrator's Sale. Notice is hereby given that on Friday the 15ln day of April, 1SDIJ, at a o'clock i>. ra., I will offer for sale and sell for cash at public auction »U the household and kltchea furniture and other personal belongings of toe late J. U. Swigart, deceased, at Ids late residence, No. 417 Sherman street cast. h. A. UIUOIH , Administrator. ion m A large line of Ladies' HE CLOTH TOP SHOE In Button and Lace. In four gradee, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. 12 North Main. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, JIM OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Oo.'s celebrated bulk seeds. I THE BEST W THE WORLD.

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