6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1892. From New York. Our Mr. Scott 15. Winno writes us from New York as follows; NEW Yoim, March 30, 18fl2. IJBAJI FAriren: I nm happy to announce that 1 have completed arrangement* here in New York whereby ivc arc to huve permanent connections for the placing of loans on city property on torms fully as favorable as those cabled from London some days ago. With the connections we now have both in New York and London we are in position to make such rates and terms as will secure us the business without a doubt. We will also.be in a position to handle some short time loans on both personal and chattel security if we care to bother with that class of business. I oxpeet to be home about the middle, of April ami will then arrange all minor details pepuratory to making a push for business. Incidentally 1 have increased Our facilities in the insurance line considerably. 1 am through with nil business matters and leave to-morrow for central New York where I will visit with friends a few days and then start • for homo, stopping over a few hours in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the way. Mail will reach me there in care of Union Central Life Insurance company. Yours affectionately, ScOIT B. WlNNK. We publish his letter thinking that it might interest some of our patrons. WlNNK <fc WlNNK, Hutchinson, Kun. Telephone No. :.'(>. At Dtp Lutheran Cliurrli. There is an increasing interest and attendance, nnd a marked spiritual impression at the services in the Lutheran church on first avenue west. An impressive sermon on the subject "The Number of the Saved," was delivered last evening by Rev. Killhiger. The hearers were seriously moved by the force of the truth. The text selected, was from Luke xiii, "Lord, are there few that be saved'.'" The. speaker said that the "incarnation, the crucifiction and the resurrection of Christ were, the greatest events in the world's history. The next greatest event is the redemption of the human soul." First—What is it to be saved? Salvation more* than profession, more than repentance, it is to have a life power ingrafted into the heart. To be saved is to be delivered from guilt and the power of siu here, and to be free from the consequences of sin • hereafter. Second—The speaker searched the record of the Scriptures as to the number of the, saved, and enabled all to see that tho few were saved and the many lost at the time of the flood, the destruction of the cities of the plain, during Israel's inclination toward idolatry, in the time of Christ and in the V time of the apostles. The record of the world i*inco teaches the same lesson. Not one-third of the world's population is enrolled in the ranks of the Christians. Third—Some plain truths were next littered in the conclusion of the scr- ' mon. Ity simple subtraction the Bpeakcr deducted the classes of society which the Keviptures describe as being without hope of salvation. The openly wicked, the Sabbath breaker, the moralist who never calculates the forgiveness of past sins and on present cleansing and renewal, the hypocrite tho careless and negligent, classed among Christians who do not practice the teachings of Cod's word, and how many are left? Ho sure you hear the sermon to-night on the "General Judgment." Itetuniml from Murkct. K. A. L. Davis »t Co. of Partridge, A..!. Kingsleyof Medora, T. 1?. Sawyer of South Hutchinson aud J, II. Medbury of Castleton, have all returned from shipping cuttle to Kansas City. They each had a fine lot of cattle and as a consequence, got the top of the market. There • are more cattle shipped from Keno county that bring the market's top than from any other county In the state. Our feeders know the wants of a steer to prepare him for market. SPECIAL PREMIUMS. SOMETHING WHICH SHOULD IN, TEREST ONE AND ALL. Can You 1'tut Heartily, with relish, and without distress afterward'; 1 If not, we recommend to you llood'sSursupiirillu, which creates a good appetite and so Invigorates the stomach and bowels that the food is properly digested and all its uutrliue.nt assimilated. Hood's I'ills are purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, effective, but do not cause pain or grippe. He sure to got Hood's. j Alu 'iMl or HurirltirM. Tho First National bank placed in their bank yesterday, the Mosler Patent Screw Door Ilurglar-l'roof safe, a late pattern which is supposed to moet and foil all attempts at burglarizing. •fit is a wonderful piece of mechanism, ' and reflects great credit upon the man- facturer and inventor, who it seems, now has the burglar at a disadvantage. It is a beauty. Notice to KuutmH dontraulort*. Sealed proposals for the construction of the Kansas World's Columbian Building will be received at tho ottlce of W. H. Smith,' 722 Jackson street, TopeUa, .Kan., until S o'clock p. in., April 28, IBWf. I'luns and specifications can be seen at the oftloo of Seymour Davis, ttvehi- teot, ftooins .1.1 to il7, Crawford building', Topoka, Kan., after April 4, IHV'S. W. U, SMITH, Secretary. A Chance for the I'ni'iorr to Help llinm'lf Will In lie In A.ai«tlii|t l» Supplying Creilltahln IHnphiyn for the World'* Fnir—Tn-o Nvn Iliivr Spoken lUlMoll. oltml. After looking over the liberal premium list sent out by the state fair management, the thought has arisen, wli3 T cnn't the farmers, fruit growers, gardeners, etc., of Keno county be laying the foundation of one of the grandest advertisements that we have overbad, by showing the world what wo are capable of raising? The reporter has mentioned the matter to a few parties incidentally, two of whom, a banker and a dry goods merchant, eacli agreeing to pay $50, to be given as premiums to farmers for the best samples of farm and garden products. Each one of these gentlemen said: "You can draw on me for 850, to be used as premiums to farmers who will completely manure tho ground, properly cultivate the same and bring me the best sample of farm products which I shall later name." We would like for each business man and everybody else in the city who is interested in our future welfare, to send us their name, together with the amount of money which they are willing to pay for the best sample of certain products: send the name of said product also. These names we will publish, and the farmer will at once have a special incentive to extra endeavor, and these samples can be turned over to our committee at Chicago, who will see that it is properly displayed, and thus will Keno county receive such an advertisement as will be worth thousands of dollars to us as a county. Do you comprehend what can be made out of this for Eeno county? Can you look through the veil of futurity and sec Reno county's exhibit at the world's fair, the pride of all Kansas, and the object of wonder from thosi who know us not. and comment of the seeker after wealth-producing lands and pleasant homes? Let each business man in the city say how much he will give for the best product of some kind. Send in the name to tis, and a list will be published Formers prepare your grounds in the best manner possible. There are thousands in it for you as you can see from various standpoints. Huw They View Us. A. N. Denny of Wichita and II. W. Morgan of Kansas City were in the city last night. These gentlemen are connected with the business of eastern loan and trust companies, which have done considerable business in the state during the past few years. The gentlemen, when asked by a reporter for a comparison of business with that of a few years, or even months since, said: "Our companies were anxious last year to get their money out of Kansas, but at the present time, believing that the people of this state have come to their senses, and are sincere in their endeavors to make Kansas the greatest state of the Union, and that they are anxious to see their homes without a dollar's debt, which is attested to by the manner in which they uve paying off their indebtedness, the compunies are not only willing to retain their Kansas securities, but want to place more money with us. They now look upon Kansas us one of the best and safest fields in the west in which to make investments. Eastern | people have discovered this, and are selling out, coming to Kansas, and are buying farms, both improved and otherwise. They are picking up farms as fast as they are being offered." The reporter asked the above named gentlemen how long they thought this influx of population would continue, to which they replied: "Until we have another partial failure in crops of some kind. Yon are aware that a failure of any kind in Kansas is known by more people in the world than in any other state in the Union. Eastern people do not comprehend that many of our careful farmers make more money in years of scarcity than at any other time, ltut we have this advantage; when we have an abundant crop, the fact is as eagerly talked of as is a real or imaginary failure. So, if our decline in tho estimation of eastern people is rapid, our assent is as rapid, or more so, when prosperity aud plenty attend our labors." they cleared S109 which will bej used to meet expenses of taking the treatment by those who desire to do | so and are notable to pay the, necessary fee. The University boys went down to the room early in the evening, played a few selections and thus added much to the success of the occasion. A large number of poisons showed their appreciation of the. work by their presence. Tho Unlvorfdtv IloyH. The University (ilee and Hanjo club gave an entertainment at the opera house last night. Owing to the. fact that a great many other entertainments were going on in the city, the crowd was not what it should be. The. programme is neatly and well gotten up, a diversity of pieces, from the vocal' to the high grade instrumental, the whole performance in such a manner as to provoke continued applause. Every selection was encored, and when Dan Crew made his appearance in the Matin Hells, the audience cheered loud and long. Mr. Crew is a success in music, let it be vocal or instrumental. He sings with an ease and grace which pleases and captivates at once. Possibly one of the. iiuest selections of the entire programme was "Reverie',"' Mandolin quartette, by Saunders, and played by Saunders, Ilonebrake, Maker nnd I'erry. The piece was composed by Mr. Saunders himself, and critics claim that it is the finest thing out. in the line of mandolin music. The boys gave a very satisfactory and highly entertaining programme throughout, and can be sure of a good audience under more favorable, circumstances, should they desire to return. To <llil Soldier*. 1 shall open in a few days a real estate, locating engineer's nnd surveyor's office nt the new town which will be located at Itcd Rock, on the Santa Fc, thirty-seven miles south of Arkansas City. I have ,T. O. Stewart and others of the original surveyors of that land in my employ. 1 will locate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and filing for S25 apiece. Forward power of attorney,' aud 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 check for $-5 with power of attorney to me at Winfleld, Kan., until the strip is opened. CAIT. JAS . W. HAMILTON. PATENT iVENWORTtt KAHS Try a Sack of KING of KANSAS Flour, The Best Flour in the Market, and only $1.25 per sack, at ^SAVEYOUR, m DOLLARS 1 r BY TRADING " US SAVE YOUR, V DOLLARS I ' BYTBAOING WITH US DON'T BE A CHUMP And allow anyone to bulldoze you into buying clothing, but come and got our prices and compare our prices, make nnd fit with competitors' and we are sure you will deal with us. WHY? Simply because we don't misrepresent, and we will SAVE YOU 10 PER CENT Is not that worth saving? That means fifty cents 6n fire dollars, ' one dollar on ten and so on. Come to us. We have the largest stock of clothing in Hutchinson, without dispute. 1000 tlo7 .cn men's and boys' LINEN collars 5c each. Linen cuffs, 10c pr 800 dozen men's Dcmost flannel shirts. 15c each. Hoys' knee pants in endless variety, from 15 cents up- ware. Hoys' sateen shirt waists, i.'5e. Mothers' Friend waist nt low price. Men's suitsfrom 1 S2.50 to S:)5. | See our light col ored Vrince Albert suits. $1S to 825. Agency for the "Christy" hats. See o:ir spring line of men's suits. We will open your eyes on prices. 00 dozen men's jean pants for 50c a pair. 120 dozen men's sateen shirts, 45 Q all new colors Boys' suits. SI up to the very "nest made. Hoys' hats and caps, 20c up to 50c Sec our novelties. See our fine tai-I We have what lor made pants, 82 j you wantand war- to 57.50. They are ( rant a saving of 10 swell. ' I percent. our under- From 20c the finest bon tons. See wearj up to- SIOO IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest the time it will take our candle to burn. The. candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33}$ inches in circumference and ,S feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. lovitotl to Call. The citizens of Hutchinson and vicin ity, the ladies especially, are invited to call at Mr. ,1. M. Urchin's, corner of Main and Second and examine ')>< pretty pieces of Iluviland china for decorating purposes, that he has just received. They are too handsome for us to describe, they must be seen to be appreciated. 2t Citrtl of Thanhs. We desire to tender our heartfelt thanks to our friends, especially to Conductor F. A. I'ragg of St. Louis, for their sympathy, kind attention and services rendered us, in our sad bereavement of our dearson and brother. MKS. M. 15. ROYCK. 13. W. CONDON AND FAMILY. THE 21 South Main. THE Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. ^M}<^ LEADERS ^ OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING-, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS No. n> North Main Street. SAVE YOUR, DOLLARS< BY TRADING " WITH US SAVE YOUR, •DOLLARS < BY TRADING 1 WITH US Iteleuftctl on Ball, .los. Clue, who was brought here from Stafford county, and lodged in jail on the charge of complicity in the county treasury steal, swore out a writ of habeas corpus before .fudge Bailey, and was admitted to bail in the sum of $2,600. The hearing will come up on the 16th of this month. Will I-reucli To-Nlnlil. The friends of Rev. T. S. Watt, will be pleased to hear that he will preach in the Free Methodist church to-night, at the corner of avenue C. , and Maple street. The public generally is invited to come out and hear him. The Coinmurclal Club. The Commercial club met with T. J. Templer, in tho office of tho Kansas drain and Live Stock company last night, and elected the following of- Hers:'' President—T. .1. Templer. Secretary— .1. Smith. Treasurer—A. ,1. Lusk. They rented four rooms on the north side of the north hall in tho Higley building. lll-Chlorhto 8ii]>j>er. This ladies interested in the Ui-Chlor- hle of Gold club 's work In the city gave a supper in the old Golden Eagle room, cornet of Mai» *m4, feWpwu, ^^eeta lubt night, fl^tf^^mmk"^^ all parts of .ttoJtlijM ^feienjt 'ift ^l ^i the ladles bcrtM|J|jyp§^n^ rajfrni to a large nm0j^^|j^iip«, .»»3%^rcsult KiitcrtulmMl. The Thirteen club was entertained by My. and Mrs. Ballard last night in a charming manner. Cards, music and refreshments were served. Each mem her of the club speaks in high terms of the pleasure of the occasion. Notice. All persons knowing themselves in debtcd to the firm of Carpenter & Wood will please call at their store and settle. This call is made owing to a change in tho firm and a desire to close and balance all accounts. St OKALKKS IN Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & Gertz, PtANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. D.I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams mcl tho . finest funeral :ar and white hearse i a the state. RQCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. IK. F. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. 1 NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. JUST RECEIVED AT taking F. S. MITOHELIJ, Funeral Director and Embalmer - 10 South Main. Oiicu liar and Night. Church otllcvrti. The following persons were elected trustees o[ the Presbyterian church at a meeting on Wednesday night: E. S. Handy, T. F. Leidigh, .1. li. Macluvy, A. \V. McCandless and .las. Dukolow. A Curluuil. J. M. Hrehm has just received another carload of decorated crockery, to which he .invites the public's inspection. These goods are very handsome and of the latest styles. St Will KuLtrttilii. The members of the "Oiddy Whirl" will be eutertuino 1 to-night by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith. Administrator's Sale. Notice Is hereby given that on Prlflay the istli day of April, 18H2, at U o'clock n. in., 1 will offer tor sale ami sell for cash at public auction all the household and kitchen furniture and other personal belongings of the late J. K. SwlKM, deceased, at ills late residence, No. 417 Sherman street vast. h. A. UiGomi, Administrator. A large line of Ladies' HE CLOTH TOP SHOES In Button and Lace. In four grades, $3.00, $3.50, W .00 and $5.00. 12 North Main. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER. .E LEADING GROCER OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. celebrated We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s s©ecls THE BEST IN THE WORLD. bull: 5'
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