The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 7, 1892 · Page 5
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HUTCITTSrSCWST BAILY XBWS, TITTJllflT)AX, APRIL 7, 1892. r,. THE iniTCHINSON NEWS. THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. »HN L. srONNLBlt, Hrrri-Uiry <«"'' JH'idncM Mmmiter. BALLARD, SEVERANGE & CO., Wholesale So. 10 Second Ave. Rust. Close Price to X>en\vr*>. EMERSON CAREY, Wall Paper and Room Moult!, Latest, Designs, All Grades. Low PRICES, -ATH. D. WJNSLOW'S. Experienced lumbers furnished if desired. la tile Golden EnglO. ine the pictures tf fclaglo. Come and cxam- s whether you buy O L - nut COL. 1!. C. ll.uims. Dealer in HIDES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS. Yards and office opp. court house. EASTER SALE. EASTER GLOVES See our Biarritz in Spriug colors. Easter Neck Wear EASTER UMBRELLAS Let April shower. Umbrellas from »8c toSlO 00. Make expressly for us in Philadelphia. See our Dent's London made umbrella. EASTER HOSIERY In cotton, lisle and silk. See our nermsdorf, fast black, six pair for Sl.a.l. Easter Underwear New stock—in all grades. Easter White Goods -Exclusive Dry Goods House. 1 1 III CITY NEWS. Glee and Banjo club to-night. 80-plush roelsorv. for 85.75 at King's. (it ' The broken spVinkler iB again in ac- live service. The llnest candies in the city at the Hon Ton. lit Kansas University Glee and Han jo club at the opera house to-night at the popular prices. Admission to the Glee and Banjo concert Thursday night, 25s 35 and 50 cents. Special prices on bananas at Cunningham's, 13 South Main. Carey is still in the coal business, tf Special prices on bananas at Cunningham's, 13 South Main. The Second regiment band will play at the bi-chloride of gold supper tonight. Corner of Main and Slier man. Everything new at Mrs. lierglof's gallery, If) South Main. tf Bring your magazines and books to the iNuiv» bindery and have them neat ly bound. It is the best'way to preserve them. (Jo to the bi-ehloride of gold supper to-night, corner ot Main und Sherman. The University Banjo and Glee club will be there and entertain you with a few selections of music. Seven importing and three American houses have their goods on sale at Wanamaker it Brown's. L. Shilling, agent. St Go to the bi-chloride of gold supper to-night, corner of Main and Sherman. The University Banjo and Glee club will be there and entertain yon with a few selections of music. Early lliserB, Early Risers, Early -JBisers, the famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and uervousness. Beam's Midland Pharma- ov. Go to the bi-ehloride of gold supper to-night, corner of Main and Sherman. The University Banjo and Glee club will be there, and entertain you with a few selections of music. at King's. (It and Banjo :in and no 825-bed room suits for §10 Admission to the Glee concert Thursday night, 25 cents. There is certainly nothing very jectiouable about the. weather of the I past few days. Grass is coming up wonderfully fast, and a green coat will soon adorn mother earth. Buy of the business men who advertise. Gentlemen will find new invoices of beautiful spring suitings, bright as new dollars, at Wanamaker & Brown's. 3t Go to the bi-chloride of gold supper to-night, corner of Main and Sherman. The University Banjo and Glee club will be there and entertain you with a few selections of music. Why buy a poor quality of candies when you can get the best by going to the Bon Ton bakery. r>t ' The Second regiment band will play at the bi-chloride of gold supper to-night. Corner of Main and Sherman. I f you want haud-inade furniture at a bargain see King this week. Ot The place of holding the bi-chloride of gold supper has been changed from the Highley block to the room recently occupied by the Golden Eagle Clothing House, on the corner of Sherman and Main. Lurid Kl/ime*. The reporter ran up against three insurance men this morning at the office of Capt. Smith A Co., viz: W. F. Thummell, state agent for the Franklin, with headquarters in lies Moines,, Io.: W. A. Cormway of Ft. Scott, state agent for the Manchester, and Capt. A. F. Bullard of Kansas City, special agent of the Fireman's fund. Have you ever come in contact with i gang like that? The insurance chin music which you arc likely to hear, with a sentimental chorus thrown in, will make you see lurid flatucs—worse than snakes—and before you know it you are safely insured, and the agent is happy. Capt. Bullard is the man who tired the final shot which caused Fort Sunrp- ter to surrender. Mr. Cormway ran a newspaper in Ft. Scott when he had to take tan-bark as pay for subscriptions, while Mr. Thummell is the man who invented the. Iowa divorce laws, which are patented and come RO high in the marketH, Ai -imr Hay. To-du.y is Arbor day. and was appropriately celebrated by the school children o[ the city, by planting trees and having appropriate literary exescises. This day has been observed in this city to the extent, in former years, that thousands of trees within the elty limits stands as living monuments of the day, having been placed in the earth by the young and rising generation. It is a titling thing to celebrate the day, and make the exercises of it of a character that will impress itself upon the minds of the youth to plant trees. This is one of the many hopes of our country, and by no means the least. ^ EntcTtNlnotl. Mr. and' Mrs. Higley of 22S Sixth aveime east entertained a few friends at curds Saturday evening in a most charming manner. Delicious refreshments were served at 11 o'clock and nothing was left undone for the enjoyment of their guests. Those present were: Messrs. and Mesdnraes Bunker, Colladay, Stewnrt, Ballard, Lewellyn, West, Ford Wood, Smith, Duval, McKinstry, Mulkey, Severance: Misses llellowell and White. It is with the deepest regrst that we see Mr. and Mrs. lligley depart for their new home in Kansas City. Dr. Dctrlck's I.OHM. A prairie fire got into a barn belonging to Dr. Detrick, yesterday, and J. S. DUNN, OPTICIAN, 112 North Main St., HUTCHINSON, : KANSAS. We are WALL the Pool" PAPER, And underselling everybody on all grades. We hove definitely decided to GO ENTIRELY OUT Of the wall paper business, as we need the room for our DRUG STOCK, Ajid guaranteo to make the lowest figures ever quoted in Hutchinson. i J. M. BEAK. Prop. Going into the Wall Paper Business, HO OLD PATERNS. NEW GOODS. We are not selling it at cost, but at a fair, living profit. Experienced hangers furnished to put it on the wall. COBUBN & DETAR, AT THE OPERA HOUSE BOOK STORE Are in the wall, paper business to stay W.R. CO. All wool, youths and Brown's. fine imported suits for boys, at Wanamaker & 3t Go to the bi-chloride of gold supper tp-night, corner of Main and Sherman The University Banjo and Glee club will be there and entertain yon with a few selections of music. The University Banjo club is undoubtedly the beststringed instrument club in the state.—Topeka State Journal. Every man, woman and child interested in temperance, should attend and patronize the bi-chloride of gold supper Thursday night. Gentlemen's furnishing .ifQQds at. t WumTmaker "S Brown's, inade to order!* White shirts, outing shirts, neck wear and other goods. 3t Mrs. Graves has removed her hairdressing parlor from Passmore block to No. 7H South Main street. 5t A Knock Down in Prices on WE WILL SELL YOU A pair of $1.25 working pants for 1.50 working pants for 2.00 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 and we are the leaders of n .75 .99 1.49 1.99 2.99 .3.49 4.00 A Ileiin of 1831). When grandpa went a-wooin^. He wore a flattn veHt A trail of running roBcs Bmnroldered on the breatil. The pattern of hit* trousers. His linen, white anu line. Were all the latent fashion In eighteen Uventy -iilnc. Grandpa was a fine-looking young fellow then, so the old ladies say, and he is a fine-looking old gentleman now. For the past score of years he has been a firm 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 iuvigorator 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 coughs and consumption (which is lung scrofula in its early stages) it is an unparalleled remedy. Special sale of bananas at Cunningham's, No. 13, South Main street. You can buy bananas there for 10, in and 20 cents a dozen. The Kansas University Glee and Banjo club, twenty-one men, came in from McPherson early this morning, and are at the Brunswick hotel. At the opera house to-night. The place of holding the bi-chloride of gold supper has been changed from the Highley block to the room recently occupied by the Golden Eagle.Cloth- ing House, on the corner of Sherman and Main. Spring overcoats and rain coats made to order at Wanamaker & Brown's. 3t The Second regiment band will play at the bi-chloride of gold Bupper to-night. Corner of Main and Sherman. Admission to the Glee and Banjo concert Thursday night, 25, 35 and 50 cents. Every man, woman and child interested in temperance should attend and patronize the bi-chloride of gold supper Thursday night. The State Journal says of the University Glee and Banjo Club: "It is the best musical organization in the state." Go to hear Uev. Killlnger on ' -The Solution of the Problem of Human Life," at the Lutheran church to-night, on First avenue west. The place of holding the bi-chloride of gold supper has been changed from the Highley block to the room recently occupied by the Golden Eagle Clothing House on the corner of Sherman and Main. Now "AUK." Yesterday and to-day the following 5?i>.-'-'i'prising business flrmshave placed their "ads" in the leading advertising medium of central and western Kansas, the NEWS: S. F. Kaff, K. A. Smith A Co., Hutchinson Music Co., W. K. Marshall & Co. and Hutchinson Ice manufactory. Read what all of them have to tell you. burned the building together with 600 bushels of corn and 40 bushels of potatoes. S6me horses m the barn at the time it was discovered to be burning were gotten out before Vicing damaged. A New Deal. For thirty days only a line 10x20 crayon and one dozen artist, cabinets for eight dollars, five dollars cash with order and balance when work is delivered. Call and see samples at the gallery. A. McIxiiiHFF. All work guaranteed first class. fit Visit our shoe department, it may be the means of saving you some iv»ney. TWENTY-FIVE EMPTY BOXES FOK SALE. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE. I. GOLDBERG, Proprietor. 19 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kansas. -THE- NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OF- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, $100,000, SURPLUS, $7,500 ICE! IG Pure Disied-Water fe Our delivery is regular and reliable, and the quality of our ice is beyond comparison. 50 cents per Hundred to Families. We solicit your patronage. Orders received by the drivers, at the factory, avenue C east, at Kanaga's store, or you can send your address on a postal card to <t Salt Co. 5 Successor to Hutchinson Ice Manfg Co. . DIRECTORS. L, V. WKJ.TON, Farmer. J AS. GUTIIKIK, Banker. Jxo. J. INO.U.LS, ex-Senator. T. E. BOWMAN, Capitalist. C. W. TKMI'I.KE, Viec-I'rcs., A. J. HJGLKY, Insurance Kan. Grain & L. S. Co. and Real Estate. JOHN HALL, Prcident. ,T. W. WILKINSON, V.-Pres. N. G. HOLI.ISTKH. Cashier. CARPETS AND CURTAINS. Saturday, March 19, we opened the largest line of these goods ever shown in the city, consisting of ill Davis, Teacher of Piano, Organ and fornvt 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. eatst. ortierres, Lace Card or Tlmnkit. The Sops of Veterans camp No. 00 desire to extend their thanks to the Woman's Relief Corps for the excellent supper and delightful programme of exercises last evening. H. C. TBEMAIN, Commander. P. CARDER, First Seargcnt. Sauiutorn in the City. John B. Saunders was brought up from Wichita yesterday and lodged in jail, to serve out the sentence of ninety 'lays which was imposed upon him by the United States court at Wichita. PRECIOUS JEMS, FINE JEWELRY, CUT CRYSTAL, WATCHES, CLOCKS, EYE GLASSES. OPERA GLASSES: OLDEST JEWELRY HOUSE IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED, 1870. 11 NORTH MAIN. Linen Brown's. vests" at Wanamaker & 3t Leave orders for bread at the Bon Ton Bukery and the wagon will deliver the maine at your door. tf For lame back side or chest, us. Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 35 cents For sale by A. A. Drug Co. Every man, woman and child interested in temperance should attend and patronize the bi-uhlorido of gold supper Thursday night. Attention everybody. \ouvfeKand lady are wanted to.attend a great auction sale of mother of pearl pictures, now going' on at No. 3 North Main, next Having just returned from New York with my new stock of goods I am prepared to show you novelties in dress goods and dress trim mings not to be found elsewhere in the city. Sole agent for Smith &Angell's celebrated black hosiery. Butterick patterns of which we keep a full line. Metropolitan fash- on sheet sent free one year on receipt ofl2o to pay postage. Si Curtains, China Silk, mbroidered You Want to Buy Hose, Do You? Well I 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 Rubber Com pany's hose, warranted to stand pressure.! They also have a car load of 3, 4 & a inch sower pipe. JS^'Tliey are the leading plumbers of the city, and make a specialty of repair work. T O N. D R A O - - Insurance Written by E. A. Smith & Co. LOW DATES R ELIABLE INSURANCE Office rear of First National Bank. ill! Art Lace, lushes, 0 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. P & OH BAKING . POWDER 250ZS .FOR25? ABSOLUTELY PORE - JUSTIFY IT. F.F.JAC4UC* Ik CO. KAH9AS CtTY.MQ.

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