The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 9, 1892 · Page 6
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6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1892. From N«w York. Our Mr. Scott 15. Winno writes us from New York as follows: Nr.w YOIIK, March .'III. lS'.W. DKAII FAIIIKK: 1 urn linppy to announce that. 1 have completed arrangements here in New York whereby wo arc to have permanent connections for the placing of loans on eity property on terms fully as favorable as those, cabled from fjondonsome days ago. With the connections wo now have both In New York and London we are in position to make such rates and terras as will secure us the business without a doubt. We will also lie In u position to handle some, short time loans on both personal and chattel security if we cure to bother with that chins of business. I expect to be homo about the middle of April and will then arrange all minor details pcpnrntory to ranking a push for business. Incidentally 1 have increased our facilities in tho insurance linu considerably. I am through with all business matters and leave to-morrow for central New York where I will visit with friends a few days and then start for home, 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, SCOTT 15. WINNK. Wo publish his letter thinking that it might interest some of our patrons. WIXNK & WINNK, Hutchinson. Kan. Telephone N'o. SO. The .Service* lit tli« Lutheran Church. Vorhis hcrmon on the "General .Htdg- ment," Inst evoning, Rev. Klllingcr selected as his text the words of Christ recorded in Matt. xxv. 32, 33. He began by saying, "I n the life of every man there are three important days, the day of his birth, the day of his death, and the day of his judgment. On the. day of his birth he starts upon a life etornal; on the day of his death tho soul leaves the falling tabernacle of clay which crumbles to dust; on the day of judgment he comes forth with all his thoughts and motives crystal- ized into character, and this character decides his destiny." The sermon was divided into three prominent parts. First, The august convention. "And before him will be gathered all nations." The lime of Christ's approach is when he shall come in the throne of his glory, accompanied by the holy- angels. That will be. the day when earth, heaven and hell sKnll meet once for all. Christ sees all nations now, but all nations are not conscious of it, but then all shall feel and recognize the presence of the Eternal Judge. If as many persons will yet live on the earth as have already lived, there will be gathered at the great assize S!l!l,400,000 ,(11 )0 souls. Second, The momentous separation. "And he shall separate them one from another as a shepherd divideth the sheep from the goats." This part of the text teaches tho separation of all nations into two classes. Third. Tho Final Allotment. "And he shall Hut the sheep on his right and the goats on his left hand. The Christian shall be judged by the law and the (lospel; the sinner shall be judged by the law alone. If man reject this theory of an eternal separation, and endless punishment, it is a matter between them and the teaching of Christ. Here a man in despair counts days until death shall end the earthly burden, but in tho region of the lost there is no death. The speaker said that if it were in his power he would be moved to fill hell to tho brin with doubts, but it would do him no good, and might do much harm to Ids hearers. There are two and but two destinies. In his exhortation, which was deeply serious ond amid much solemnity he plead with sinners to weep now, o'er past life, while Jesus would eonut the tears; and wait not until remorse too deep for tears would seal eternal destiny. A number have asked an interest In the prayers of God's people, and uro much concerned about their present state. f Cult You lent. Heartily, with relish, and without distress afterward? If not, we recommend to you Hood's Nursnpurillu, which creates a good appetite and so invigorates the stomach and bowels that the food is properly digested and all its nutriment assimilated. Hood's Tills are., .purely. YPfjetable, perfectly harmless, effective, but do not cause pain or grippe. He sure to get Howl 's. Notice to l -iin*„H Contractor*. Sealed proposals for the construction of the Kansas World's Columbian liuildiug will be received at tho office of; \V. ll. Smith, Vi!2 Jackson street, TopcUa, Kan., until 2 o'clock p. m., April as, lfllw. I'luus and speelfleatlous e«« lie seon a.t the office of Seymour Davis, architect, Hooms 3f> to ;i7, Crawford building, Topeka, Kau., after April I, IHIIS. W. 11. SMITH. Secretary. A lllic MvvtlliK. Hutchinson lodge No. 1U7, K. of 1',, had a rousing meeting last night. Tho hall • was crowded. Kour candidates were led into tho mysteries of the second degree. The lodge Is enjoying quite u bpom in membership. MteuoBruel^or* Muut. The UutoUlnsou Stenographic Association met in the court house last night and had an hour's pleasant practice, Interest in the association Is constantly Increasing, and new mem: ben* are | THE COMMERCIAL MAN.! A FEW FACTS CONCERNING THE MUCH TRAVELED MEN. What Tlicv nre Intcrcntm! Iii.~llo\v Tliny Itftvu Kern MliiiiHr(l--Tlip "llouimoiitl- Hlili' CliiimiHorlHtlc* of the Prol 'eNHion— rroparljiR for Their Hull— lV*r»oniiUllr«. This evening finds the commercial drummer quite numerously reprc- sentated In Hutchinson. In the lobby of the hotels, in the reading rooms, at the writing tables and on tlic streets you see their happy, smiling faces. A casual glance at them would not impress you with the idea that they have any hard word to do. But not so. They have closed another week of worry, and now they propose to give no thought to turmoils and troubles, but enjoy the rest which can only be appreciated by those who have worked hard. Saturday night is a season of jollity with the drummer. On Sunday he goes to church, and on Monday morning he takes to the road again. If you deign to take from him his opportunities for fun and frolic on a Saturday night, you tramp on a dangerous toe. He has a big heart and is a thorough gentleman, but his social rights must not be invaded. It is as safe to come in too close communion ivith the business end of a kicking quadruped as it Is to circumscribe the privileges of the traveling man. And ho has always proven himself a gentleman. There is now, and has been for some time, considerable talk among legislators concerning needed legislation, pointing toward the transportation privileges of the commercial drummer. In every case where a legislator has had an opportunity of coming in con: tact with this class of people he has given his support to any and all measures tending toward the bettering of the travelingman's condition. Those who do not know him and are not conversant with facts concerning the hardships through which he passes in the development of a new or maintaining an old country, are liable to do him an injustice. He is one of the pioneers of any country or section. So soon as the doors of a new city or town are thrown open he walks in and lends encouragement by opening communication between its merchants and the wholesaler, lie leaves his money vat the hotel, and if he goes to church, %vhich he generally does, he never throws less than a dollar into the contribution box. He has a pleasant smile and an encouraging word for everyone. So, when legislation effecting the commercial man is being agitated, you, Mr. Legislator, if 3'ou know him, will always feel interested in the welfare of the commercial drummer. Hotel ArrlvuU. liltl'NSWICK. L. Reichenbackor, St. Louis. A. It. Bradley and wife, ltuffalo, New York. F. S. Winsiow, Chicago. J. A. Fisher, Kansas City. S. li. Noble, Wichita. C. A. Kern, St. Joe. J. t!. tihisler, Chicago. C. V. Uibson, Denver. A. T. Kraus, Jr. Halsteud. J. J. Lane, Newark. New Jersey. Con Denliegir, New York City. V. A. liarnbill, Kansas City. E. Barrett, Wellington. Jesse Thorp, St. Joseph. Dotvmir-Htoll Nuptial*. Mr. 0. II. Downer of Denver Miss .Josephine F. Stoll of this were united In marriage, at the residence of the bride's parents, on Sixth avenue west, at 8 o'clock on Thursday evening, Rev. Irwin officiating. Only a few of the immediate friends of the contracting parties were present. After the ceremony an elegant supper was served, and the young people received the congratulations of friends. They will remain in this city for a week, after which they will go to* Denver, where they will make their future home, and where the groom has a good business in the real estate department of trade. Tho bride was dressed ln'eream albatross trimmed in chiffon lace, natural (lowers—lilies and pinks. The groom wore plain black. Their frieuds offer congratulations, anil wish them success in their Colorado home. ly purchased by Mr. Pooler. It is a male, very docile, and is named "John." It is thought that a buffalo was his sire. Mr. Pooler intends exhibiting him.—Kx. The animal above, referred to is the woolly horse which Ilerm. lieers purchased some months ago from Mr. McMurray, a farmer living a few miles southwest of the eity, and which was shipped to Cy. Wolcott in a car with other horses, to Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. Wolcott sold the entire ear to T. J. Fooler of Toronto. Reno county is always ahead of the world for extraordinary productions, and this woolly horse is one of the greatest freaks that we have ever produced. The bnffalo referred to in the article is owned on a ranch in the south part of the county. A Neat Uook7~ The hotel committee of the silver triennial conclave, Knights Templars, which occurs at Denver in August, 1802, are out with a neat book descriptive of Colorado towns and resorts, together with a photo-engravure work of the leading Knights of the state, including that of liyron L. Carr, grand commander of Colorado; executive committee, hotel committee and transportation committee. This meeting promises to be one of the largest of any kind ever held in the United States. Oiir home Knights are preparing to attend in a body, and a finer looking set of men will be hard to find than that which Hutchinson will send out. To (lid Mnlilicrn. 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 Red Kock, on the Santa Fe, thirty-seven miles south of Arkansas City. 1 have .1. O. Stewart and others of the original surveyors of that land in my employ. 1 will loeate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and filing for S2!i apiece. Forward power of attorney, and scud me discharge or duplicate, ami 1 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 Winfield, Kan., until the strip is opened. * CAPT. JAS. W. HAMILTON. and eity A l'uuullar Animal. While in Toronto this week, T .1. Ilooler of this city, purchased a peculiar animal, which is believed to bo a cross between a horse and a buffalo. It is 1!>V hands in height, and weighs 1,130 pounds. Mr. Pooler hud it brought to lltica with a car load of horses, and now has It locked up in a stall in his stable. The story connected with this strange quadruped Is ns follows; Some time ago a bay mare strayed from one of the cattle ranges iu Texas and was lost. One day'about three years after the loss of the mare what seemed to be a strange look ing horse was seen in a herd of cuttlo, and after a long chase it was captured. It was found to have a rough, shaggy coat, like a Ifuffulo, all over its body, and its tail and the coat where the mums should have been were similar to those of a buffalo. It also had whiskers on Its mu/.xle, and its neck was similar in shape to that of a buffalo. The uuimal wits trained to the use of the saddle and after having been worked for some time, was sold to a dealer In Manitoba, (t reached 'Toronto last Tuesday and was prompt- A New 1 'JtitnrjirlHe. Parker »fc I.Tpdegraff, the produce men, are locating a creamery and cheese factory on South Main street, beyond the Rock Island depot, which fills a long-felt want, and which will doubtless prove a financial success to the firm as well us a good thing for the farmer. The machinery is on the ground, and they will be ready for operations in a week's time. They have an immense produce business, employing ten men, and shipping from 000 to 1,000 casts of eggs per week. Full particulars of the manner of running the creamery will be giveu iu a few days. New Addition. An electric bell has been placed in the sheriff's office, connecting that office with the county clerk's office. One push on the button and the sheriff is wanted at the telephone. More than one push indicates that somebody else is wanted, and that some one will have to go down and inquire. The sheriff has a cinch on the other fellows. Attention, Sir KUIRIIU. All members of La Rue Division U R. K, of P. are commanded to be at their armory to-night at S o'clock sharp for drill, and make arrange ments to attend regimental meeting at Mcl'herson on the 14th inst. The roll will bo called. Uy order, V. S. MITOUEI.I., Sir Knight Captain. Invite,1 to Cull. The citizens of Hutchinson and vicin. ity, the ladies especially, are invited to call at Mr. J. M. Brehm's, corner of Main and Second and examine the pretty pieees of Haviland china for decorating purposes, that he has just re eeived. They are too handsome for us to describe, they must be seen to be appreciated. 2t A New Deul. For thirty days only a fine ltix20 crayon and one dozen artist cabinets for eight dollars, five dollars cash with order and balance when work is deliv ; ered. Call and see samples at tho gallery. A. MCINTUUFF. All work guaranteed first class. 5t Kuntor Hunner. The ladies of the Baptist church are preparing to give an Easter supper and in connection therewith render a literary programme, which will be announced later, on Monday night, April 18, to which everybody is invited. Not lee. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the firm of Carpenter &, Wood will please call at their store aud settle. This call is made owing to a change in tho firm and a desire to close and balance all accounts. Ot ITSADE ^HMF"~ MAR J :KIND r KANSA: PATENT^ Ifflllil, LEAYENWORIft KAHSl Try a Sack 1 of KING KANSAS Flour, The Best Flour in the Market, and only $1.25 per sack, at SAVE YOUR. • DOLLARS i f BY TRADING ^ WITH US SOUR GRAPES. We don't let them hang on our "tree of trade." We leave it to the public to judge us, OUR PRICKS, OUR GOODS. OUR STOCK. You never see us misrepresent any article We pay for this space to make trade and friends', but, kind reuder.'don't get us mixed up with other clothing advertisements. We cannot afford to sell a 82 article for SI. Neither can any other business firm. The profit is not In the article. But we do claim to undersoil competition, and WE DO, WE WILL, WE CAN. Remember we are. the acknowledged LEADERS OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTIUNO, MEN'S FURNISHINGS and FIATS. We are certain we will make you feel satisfied and happy. If yo n are not a customer of ours, come in and get acquainted, and, if prices interest you. we are the people you will trade with. Sco our light colored Prince Albert suits, 818, *20 and S25. See our English worsted Prince Albert suits, 815, 820 and 825. See our mammoth stock of men's suits, from 82.50 to $25. See o-ivr spring S!S suits, Stt.IiO suits and §8 suits. See our Btruw hats, from 25c to 82. See our boys' hats and caps, from 20c to 75c. Inspect our children's department for suits, 75c to 810. Be sure you visit us before yovi buy clothing of any kind, i Did see our candle? • 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. Como and got guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1892. No other preparation combines the positive economy, tile peculiar merit and tho medicinal poworof Hood's Sarsaparilla. Administrator's Sale. Notice is hereby given that on Friday the 13th day of April, 1802, at 2 o'clock p. m., I will offer for sale aud sell for cash at public aucttuu all the household and Kitchen furniture and other personal belouKlnjis of tbe late J. li. Swhjart, decerned, at his late rest- dence, No. 417 Sheruisu street ea»t. L. A. Uioaaa, AdmluUtrator. Mill 0 THE 21 South Main. THE chinson: Music COMPANY. LEADERS im> OF LOW UTCHINSOrf, PRICES IN CLOTHING. MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS Clothing RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES We handle in such large qualities that we have at last become able to buy and sell at what our competitors—small dealers—PAY FOR THEIR GOODS, and ut the same time give yon better value in make and fit. Come with the crOwd, the money savers, to 119 North Main street. SAVEYOUR, >DOLLARS< r BY TRADING- WJTH US ILSAVEYOUR DOLLARS< W BY TRADING ^ kr WITH DEAI.KHS IN Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Ghickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & G-ertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. JCST RECEIVED AT 0.1. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral jar and white hearse la the state. ROCKAWAY ANO LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. H. F. 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. A large line of Ladies' F1I CLOTH TOP SHOES In Button and Lace. In four grades, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. 12 North Main. Hutchinson Undertaking Co. F. S. MITCHELL.. Funeral Dlreetor and Kmbalmer. 10 South Main. Upon Day aud Night. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds, L. G. DUPLER, IE LEADING GROCEI OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Oo.'s celebrated bulk seeds. THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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