The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 19, 1892 · Page 6
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1892. Farm Loans. We take, pleasure our iimny put runs bettor prepared to negotiate in informmjr that we lire Muni ever before farm loans. We. malte our own examinations draw nur rtwft papers and are prepared to e.lose Joans without delnv. We Make Uie. ordinary loan and also negotiate as heretofore the *me.ompura ]J f | hJcr eomb'mation life Insurance loan. We are. always ready to give full information on cither plan. Tlift Insimuur-Loaii .Kuglc Zivv.ti mueli valuable information on the-subject. In a personal interview we ean sometimeM give you more. Winne & Winne, TELEPHONE NB. 20. CORNER AVENUE * AHO ft Hutchinson, Kan. IN TON BAKERY -AND— Confectionery, * -i CREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE BREAD, Cream Puis and main Fresh Every Day COUNCIL MEETING. Till- City Father* llotil Their l"lrnt !!IU-II!:II Monthly M<CIIIIK. Acting Mayor Winslow called the council to order Inst night with tho following members of tho'eouncil presenl: Normnn, Meyers, McKee, Mlskim- iMis and t'olluday. Mr. MeCurdy. a newly elected mem- lier from the First ward to fill vacancy, was sworn in and took part in the closing business of the old council, as well as in the organization of the new. Tin: minutes of the preceding regular and special meetings were read and approved. The lulls for services as judges and clerks of election were allowed to the amount of $2, except to the judge who returned the poll books and ballot boxes to the city clerks olHce, who were allowed a dollar extra for said services. Hills to the amount of SL- 547.50 on the general and street funds were allowed, Reports of city officers were received and accepted. The police judge reported S42 collected as lines during the past mouth. The city engineer reported that the engineering expense for the past year had been $400.45, and the engineer's report gave much other valuable information, as well as some timely suggestions. The street commissioner reported that the amount expended for street purposes during the past year had been $1,073. The special committee on location of rooms for the use of the council for the ensuing year, reported on a number of rooms, without recommendation. A fter reorganization of the council, in which .1. I*. MeCurdy was chosen president, and Chas. Hrown of the First ward, was sworn in as alderman a new committee was appointed to further investigate and rent quarters subject to the approval of the couJScil said report to be made at the next meeting of the council. Mayor-elect Vincent was unable, on account of sickness to be present, and a meeting will be held on the night of April 22, at which time he will be sworn in, and begin the duties of mayor of the great salt city. The work of the new council started' off very nicely, each one seeming anxious to transact business with a big "11," and they give promise of giving a satisfactory business administration. Nothing but the best of feeling seems to prevail, and we are safe in observing that the present council will have a pleasant business time during the ensuing term. B lanke Oelebrated ros. Uandies. J. W. Brehm, Proprietor. No, 15 North Main Street. PYGMALION AND GALATEA, IIIK Work. In a conversation at the A. ,fc A drug store last niglit, in which a doc tor of unusual physical proportions and one of our most pleasant citizens, was engaged, the subject of big day's work came up. Tho doctor stated that he and oue other man had followed a "dropper" in a wheat field one day and bound twelve acres of heavy grain, and the two shocked it all up the same day lie Haid, "1 remember the occasion very distinctly, for at night, after the day's work was douu, we attended a jollification meeting on account of the election of I'lesiduut Lincoln." When a gentleman present suggested that it was a little late in the season when that wheat was cut, the gen tleman of pills and powders suggested that he was mistaken, that it was to attend the inaugural ceremonies When the same gentleman suggested that the 4th of March was a little early for wheat harvestiug, he said "It was spring wheat we were cut ting." Hut, when the laugh was given, he staved off into space for a moment, and quietly took his departure, got into his buggy, and by the look upon his broad, honest face, as well as the way h whippet) his shave-tailed horse, it was plain that he was "agitated." Look Out for counterfeits, imitations, and substitutes, represented as genuine, but sold at less than regular prices by dealers in medicines not authorized to sell Dr IMcrcc's genuine medicines. To guard against fraud and imposi lion, the makers of Dr. Pierce's genuine medicines now sell their world- famed remedies only through druggists, authorized as agents, and under a positive guarantee of benefit or cure or money refunded. Anthorizct'1 agents only can, under these regulations, furnish Dr. I'ieree's genuine medicines, which always have been, are, and always will be, sold at the following prices: Dr. Tierce's Ooldcn Medical Discov ery (tlje remedy for all diseases arising from a torpid liver or impure blood),,..' 91.00 per bottle. Dr. I'ieree's Favorite l'rcseriptiou (the remedy for all woman's chronic weaknesses and derangements), 81.00 per bottle. Dr. I'lorce's I'lcusant Pellets (the original and host Liver Pills), 25 cents per vial. Tilt) genuine gjiiurautoed medicines can lie sold only at these prices. Hut they're theoheapestiuedu'.inessold, because you pay only for the good you (jet. The money is refunded if they don't-boiwiltor cure. Ott these terms, will it pay you to take »ny rink? It A I.Hrpo Crowd IVllneftH tho Initlnl I'er- t'orniitui'o <J1VI.II by (lie llroilholl Co. livery seat in the opera house- was occupied, and many persons occupied standing positions, at the opera house last night, to witness the rendition of the highly entertaining mythological comedy, in three acts, entitled Pygmalion and Ualatea. • The stage settings were grand, and tht! costumes the very finest. The scene in the sculptors studio was grand, and was the admiration of the whole audience. Galatea, a statue, by Elaine Blanchard was a marvel of loveliness. The young lady is magnificently formed, has a pretty face and has perfect control over her powers of speech and person. It may be truthfully said that for beauty, the ladies with the Hrodboll company are far above, the average, with the possible exception of Daphne, nee Miss Hrodboll.'who was a striking contrast to the beautiful statue which she so admired. Pygmalion, by Wells Heldhame is a decided success, and received many admiring glances from the audience. In fact, as Mr. Ilrodboll's hills declare, each actor and actress is an artist within himself. The bed room suite, to he given away on Saturday night, was on exhibition in the opera house last night, and was the recipient of many admiring glances. To-night will be presented Kathleen one of the most laughable plays now before the American people. Prices will remuin the same, all week. Do not miss It. mi t'ur Hiillim. Muj. McKAnstry, tleo. Cowuu, .lack Parker, A. M. Bout/., Sam llutton, .1. ]!. Crouch, Jus. McLean and Allen llriscoc left this morning to attend tho convention at Halina. which convenes to-morrow, to elect delegates to the national Democratic convention. They will do all in their power to secure the state convention for this city. It now seems that our people are alive to the fact that we are in need of a large convention hall for the accommodation of sucli largo gatherings, and that, such gath erings are of incalculable value Ions us it city. fWhen we once come into possession of tlie necessary accommodations, we can secure many of these large gatherings. Tho boys who left for ttalimi this morning nro all howling Cleveland men, and said that their voices will he given in aid to secure Cleveland delegates to the national convention. Can't Cutuli Them. No elne to the real culprits who broke open the safe in the Missouri Pacific depot lust Friday night, lias yet been found. The matter was kept quiet for a few days that the offenders might, if possible, be detected. The robbers scoured between 830 and §40, | which 'lid not pay them very handsomely lor tin' amount of work which was necessary to be performed Ix-fore getting into the safe. It seems that they took a hard instrument and picked their way through the bach wall of the safe, breaking out great chunks of metal, which could not have been done, had the safe been of the proper kind. Detectives are barking up several trees, and something may yet develop to show who the guilty party or parties are. If it is worth while having a safe at ull.it is worth while having n good one. The Commercliil Club. The Hutchinson Commercial club had a rousing meeting last night, at the office of T..I. Templcr. It was a howling success in every particular, and each member felt that it was good to be there. Aside from the rooms already leased by the club, they leased one addition room for the special accommodation of the secretary. They now have the most delightful suite of rooms to be found in the city. The special committee on furniture made a report which was received with cheers, and which, when the provisions of it are carried into execution will make quarters which will be the pride of all the members, and a credit to the city. The committee was instructed to go ahead and carry out their plans. The members which President Templer has on that committee are well calculated for the position, and will doubtless make matters move. The next regular meeting of the club will be Held on the evening of May It, in their new rooms, although special meetings are liable to be called sooner. The Commercial club took hold of the matter of providing the city with a convention hall, with a seating capacity of 1,500 antl the president appointed the following committee, who went to work on tho matter with a will, this morning: Messrs. Greenlee, Glenson, Uigger, Young and Coladay. The zeal which they are showing in the matter is in keeping with that of the average Hutehinsonian, and they can not fail. This will be the first undertaking of the club, and the public will render such assistance as will be tho means of providing us with a place to accommodate large gatherings, which is always worth thousands of dollars to a city. There were more applications for membership in the club last night than there was room for. She starts off with "business" nailed to her masthead. Connty Teiirhcrf*' Aftftoclutloii. A large number of teachers from various parts of the county were present at the association meeting, held in the Central school building, in this city, last Saturday. The programme as published in the NKWS of last Friday, was carried out. "Humane Literature" in the public schools, and "Should Education be Disciplinary or Practical" were discussed at length. Music was furnished by the high school glee club. Professor Noll recited "Columbia Crumb," and responded to an encore by reciting "How We Hunted a Mouse." A committee on resolutions was appointed concerning the closing of the year's work, which recognized the work of the executive committee, the president of the association, .T. H. .lack- sou, Superintendant Minuich's efforts in aiding the association's work during the year, and also commendatory remarks concerning the work of Superintendent Hill for his untiring labors in educational affairs all over the county. Tho resolutions also endorsed the idea of a course of studies for the county schools, a scheme which Superintendent Hill contemplates putting on foot in the county. At night there was a good sized audience present to hear Prof. Nold, who kept his audience in a continuous round of laughter for about an hour and u half. The Mandolin club, composed of Messrs. Sunnie and Tim Iloult, Fred Ward and Keese .lohnson, made music for the night's entertainment, and con sidering that it was their first appearance in public, they promise to become a good organization for the production of music, "How delicious is the winning Of a kiss, at love 's binning."— sings the poet, and his sentiment true with one possible exception. If either party bus the cartarrh, even love's kiss loses its sweetness. Dr, Sage's Catarrh Remedy is a sure cure for this repulsive anil distressing atllie- tlon. lty its mild, soothing, antiseptic, cleansing and' healing properties, it cures tho worst eases. 8500 reward offered for an incurable case. Try a sack of Only $1.25 per Back. How do these prices strike you? 2 lbs evaporated pears for -5c 2 lbs evaporated apricots 25c 2 % lbs evavorated apples 25e 4 lbs evaporated grapes 25c II lbs evaporated prunes .25c 1 lb evaporated raspberries 25c 1 lb evaporated pitted cherries.... 2()c 4 lbs dried peaches 25c 5 lbs dried currants 25c FOR SATURDAY. !£!SAI R NS I Special Sale of Clothing For Men, Boys and Children, in new and nobby SPRING SUITS. We will show you 20 styles of men's suits at $5, elsewhere, $8 20 " " " 7, li 10 20 " " " 8, " 12 20 k ' " " 9, " 13 20 " 1 " 10, " 15 All nobby suits, and new—no old patterns. HOYS' SUITS—Long pants from §2.50 up to SI cents to S5 on a suit. CHILDREN'S SUITS—In endless variety, from saving of from 25 cents to S4 on a suit. Call and examine our stock and see if they are not the finest and cheapest in the market. THE 21 South Main. THE Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. DKAI.KitS IN Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & Gertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. > O m to O O JO o •Stockholder*' niuotlug. There will Vie a meeting of the stockholders of the Hutchinson and Southern llailroad company at the company's oiliee in Hutchinson, Kansas, Tuesday, May 13, 1S02, at 10 a. in. 11. A. Cmtisry, President. CHAS. II. DAVIS, Secretary. April 13, 1*12. tf Uulltl MutMlng. The ladies of tho Episcopal Guild will meet in the Guild hall on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. It belug tho annual meeting for the election of officers a full attendance is desired. St A saving of from 5» cents to $10 a suj 1> LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS SIOO IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest tho time it will takv our eandle to burn. The. candle is 12 inches in diameter, about ri:j iv inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Caudle will be lit July 1, • DOLLARS 4 BY TRADING " W.TH US k SAVEY0UR. I DOLLARS f r BY TRADING 1 .,. VVITH US m H C 3D Z m o e» x O f Are as Uexible and dainty as the finest turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the cork acting as a cushion to the foot. Are the most healthful shoes made, us cork is a non-conductor of heat and. cold. Ladles weaving them need not fear cold, dump or rough walks. The cork is seeured-iu a pocket, which is sewed in with • the scam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For sale by YOUNG BROS. 0.1. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral :ar and white hearse in tho state. ROCKAWAY ANO LANOEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND CALLING. 101, 103 and 103 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. li. in. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, 7 Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. lutchinson Undertakinff Co. V. S. MITCHELL! Funeral Director and Emhalmir 10 South Main. Open Day and Might. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER. } ,1 OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAI^I. We sell P. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated bulk seeds. THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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