The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 22, 1892 · Page 6
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6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1892. Farm Loans. We take pleasure in informing •nr many patrons tlmt we are Twitter prepared than ever Ijefore \*> negotiate farm loanB. We make •nr own examinations draw our own papers anil are prepared to clone loans without delay. We Make the ordinary loan and also nego tiate an heretofore tho incompara Wc combination life insurance loan. We are always ready to (five full information on either plan. The Tnsuvaiige-Loau Bnsjle gives much valuable information on the Nubjeet, In a personal in- l-crricw we can sometimes give you more. Winne & Winne, TcLEPHONE HO, 21, CORNER AVENUE A AND MAIN Hutchinson, Kan. HAMMER ANDSAW. ON TON BAKERY —AND­ ES eiMi-'at'M-'.f.iT-'JiVf;-.' Confectionery CREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE BREAD, Cream Pulls and Macaroons Fresh Every Day B C elebrated andies. lanke ros. J. W. Brehm, Proprietor. No. IS North Main Street. Will CarluUm—i'oot, Onitor, lecturer. The following extracts, regarding Will Carleton, are from the well-known and brilliant hook of Mrs. Sarah K. lloltou, entitled ''Kumous Ameriean Authors": n lirooklyn, M. lives Will Carleton, one of our younger and most popular poets. He "has touched the hearts ot the people as few others have done. He has made homo and home affections sweeter to hundreds of thousands; he lias written with a desire to make the world purer and nobler; infinitely above writing merely 'for art's sake.' The Carleton home has comfort and refinement; pictures which Bhow that the author has traveled widely aud appreciatively; a sweet- faced mother, who is and ought to be proud of her successful son, and an accomplished wife, who is devoted to charitable and noble works. The home ! B full of sunshine, both from nature and from cordial hearts, and sincerity and peace reign within it. The attractive parlors, in blue, are not the most attractive rooms in the house, for ' one naturally turns to the place where the poet docs his daily work. In an upper chamber, rich only in books, at a plain desk, with nothing to distract his thoughts, Will Carleton usually writes through the morning hours, lie rises early, never composes before breakfast, thinks over his subjects carefully, and then, when the work is iu mind, writes out of a full heart. Ho said to a friend: '1 do not dash off linos. They do not come to me hastily. The construction of a poem with me is a labor of care and is often slow work.' In this study are books given by many authors, and letters with hearty and encouraging words from poets like the warm-hearted .John G. Whlttier. There is another large desk, similar to tho ouu where the poetry is written, and this is devoted to lecture correspcudeuec ami other business interests." Will C.urelton will be at the l'j-esby- torian church next Wednesday night. Tickets now on sale, anil going fast, at tho Opera House book store. An Army of Men nt. Work on tho Auditorium. Architect Del'ry placed his plans in the hands of workmen this morning, who at once proceeded to clear away the ground and begin the construct ion of our auditorium. The sound of the hammer and saw can be heard for blocks away as the workmen execute their work with dispatch. The money has been raised, lumber is being delivered on the ground as speedily as possible, and Hutchinson will have the linest auditorium in the state before our citizens are aware of it. The structure will he 00x180 feet, will be solidly and substantially built, seating capacity 1,r>00, will have r>fi windows, will be 53 feet high at the highest point, solid floor, as safe and comfortable as any building in the city, nicely painted, and when completed will cost S3,000. only 81,000 of which our citizens have been asked to raise. Mr. lligger is to be compli mented highly for his enterprise in making the Commercial club the gen crons offer which has resulted in giv ng us a place of meeting which en ablcs us to secure most of the large gatherings which are wont to occur in central and western Kansas. The an ditorium will not only be commodious and pleasant, but it will be a beauty to look at. Now let our citizens do all in their power to secure all the large gatherings possible for our city. They benefit us in many ways. And let it be understood onee for all that while the auditorium will be pre served from abuse and destruction as zealously as if it were private property, it is for the use of all parties, religious or secret organizations, and free to everybody. Hear this in mind, and do nothestitate to secure all the pub- lie gatherings possible. The auditorium is public property and is free to everybody. lllitck Dlmuoml. The Hrodboll Comedy company pre scntcd the sensational Irish drama "ltlack Diamond, or War With the Mollie Maguires," to a fair-sized audi ence at the opera house last night. The ltlack Diamond abounds in many happy climaxes, which were well worked up by the company Mr. Beld- hamc, as Mark O'Dare, and Maggie Miller, as Dianna, drew forth loud and continued applause. Mr. Hubbard is a typical "coon," and would put to shame a ''genuine ea'ver" of the. first water. Harry Brodboll, as Turn Maguirc. was^the typical miner, and looked the outlaw in every sense of the word. To-night will be presented "Passion Slave." the best play of the week, while to-morrow afternoon will be given a matinee for ladies and children. To-morrow night the bedroom suit will be given away. From Omaha. Her recitations were of the highest order and brought out her remarkable powers as an elocutionist. In the garden scene between Queen Elizabeth and Mary, Queen of Scots, the speaker rose to her full height. The haughty bearing of Elizabeth, and the humility of the imprisoned Mary, were finely contrasted. "Sandy McDonald," rendered in the Scotch dialect, was highly appreciated by the audience, and in response rendered "llairnies Cuddle Doon" in a very pleasing manner. She has a voice of remarkable power and impressiveness, and a faculty to move and thrill an audience. The ahove notice is what the World's Herald of Omaha, Neb., had to say of Miss Eva M. Shontzs. who reads liere in Episcopal Guild hall, April Bflth. peculiar to your sex, can The one unfailing remedy 77m shadow that fill your lilo, if youTe a feeble, suffering woiimn, can bo taken out. of it The chronic won k nosBoa, functional do- rnngemenbh and painful disorder* be taliou away, for thom is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, It eon-ccts, cures, and huilds you up. It improves digestion, enriches tho blood, dispels aches and pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings refreshing sleep and restores health and strength. For periodical pains, internal inflammation and ulceration, weak back, teuevrrhea, and ell kindred ailment*, it's a positive specific—one that is guaranteed. If it fails to give satisfaction, in any case, the money paid for it is returned. A little hook, on " Woman nnd Her Diseases," sent to any address, sealed from ob- tervation, on receipt of ten cents for port- ago. Address, World's Dispousnry Medical Association, OKI Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. until thoy had possession of her home. Games of various kinds, music, lunch and many other pleasantries were engaged in. and when the hour of departure arrived each felt that Miss Gussio had been a decided success as a surprised hostess. New Minister. llev. Roland Hill, who has taken charge of the Episcopal church at this place, preached his farewell sermon at Junction City last Sunday, and will tie- liver his initiatory address in the Guild hall next Sunday. Rev. Hill is an able preacher, and quite a favorite with all his former charges. The mem. hers of the Episcopal church here are to be complimented on their success in securing so able a man. The regular Easter services of that church will be conducted next Sunday, on account of the new minister's work beginning at that time. The public is invited to these as well tts to all other services at the Guild hall. "How delicious Is the winning Of itklnn, at love 's binning."— sings the poet, and his sentiment is true with one possible exception. If either party has the carturrh, even love's kiss loses its sweetness. Dr. Hugo's Catarrh lismedy Is a sure cure for this repulsive and distressing afllie- tlon. By Its mild, soothing, antiseptic, cleansing and healing properties, it cures the worst eases. $50(1 reward offered for au incurable case. geotiHltuldurrt' MoatJiifr, There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Hutchinson ami '.Southern Railroad company at tho oonipony'H oflloe in Hutchinson. Kan- MB, Tuenuay, May 13, 1S93, at 10 a. m II,' A. Cmtimrv, President, v OmiM. It DAVIS, Secretary. CancrittnlntlqiiK, Congratulations are still coming to Mr. Davidson, in the form of telegrams, written declarations of desires of long life, etc. He is also in possession of the most kind regards of his friends in this city, wishing him many happy returns of the anniversary of his birth. Mr. Davidson is one of our best citizens, and we hope to smoke upon many more of his birthdays. (AVe hope that the explanation is satisfactory.) ' Conimemlafolo Work, The ladies of the Degree of Honor met at the home of Mrs. Elmer, yesterday, and made up a lot of clothing for Mrs. Moody and children, the lady for whom subscriptions have been taken this week for the purpose of sending her to a medical institute for treatment. Quite a number of the ladies were present, and the good work done by them will long live in the memory of the recipients of their kindness. Two Kunuwuys, The May Century, in addition to the serials now running, will contain complete stories by Thomas Nelson Page and Wolcott llalestier, and a humorous skit by Hurry Stillwell Edwards, author of ''Two llunawavs." Wall Taper. The Citizens' State bank of Arlington say: Messrs. Colmru A DeTar, your paper and work are more than satisfactory. This is the report that comes from'all who have the above firm, do their house decorating. Oueen Kstlun* Social. The members of the Queen Esther club gave a dime social at the residence of Dr. Hutchinson, last night, which was highly enjoyed by all pres- sent. They hold a meeting . again a week from to-morrow, to arrange for a Ghost social to be given iu the near future. Tho proceeds went into the missionary fund of the organization, and was quite a satisfactory amount. The following was the programme: Music Harp Club Itecitatfou Myrtle Andcrsou Solo Mrs.'NewlIji and Mafole Hutchinson Keclutlon , —, Lena Patten Music Harp Club Recitation Anna Parker Hand Ketinion. The Kansas band reunion, which comes off in Kingman, May 10-18, promises to be a grand affair. They have arranged for low rates at the hotels, and are preparing to entertain 500 musicians aside from a large crowd of visitors. The Second ltegimont and tho High School bands of this city will attend, and the boys are expecting a grand time, for there are no better entertainers anywhere to bo found than tho citlzeus jf Kingman, particularly the members of the K. of P. band. Marriott. Geo. W. Durbin and Josie Houston were married yesterday at 3:30-p. m. by Uhcle .lohn Payne. Moth parties are well known, and have tho best wishes of many friends. HurprLe Vurty. Mls's Gussie Uugg was very mueh surprised last night to find that quite a number of her young friends were aware tht>t yesterday was her Kith birthday, |ud that thoy hud uome to celebrate the ooeasion with her, She had no iptimatlon qf their intention In New Quarters. The A. O. U. W. met for the first time in their new hall last night, and con ferred the first degree upon one candidate. Nearly 100 members wero present. Dissolution Notice. The firm of A. E. Vaughn & Co., composed of A. E. Vaughn amljno. A. King, is this flay dissolved by mutual consent, Jno. A. King retiring, and A. E. Vaughn continuing the liusiness, assuming all liabilities and collect- lug all accounts. A. K. VAUUHN, JNO. A. KlrJti. April 21, 18!»2. H UTCHINSON OPERA HOUSE, W.A.LOE.Mana; Street cars at the door after er, ntertainmen MAS* PATENT "WENWORTR KANSt Try a sack of Only §1 .25 per sack. How do these prices you? strike lbs evaporated pears for 25c lbs evaporated apricots. 25c ]4 lbs evavorated apples....' 25c 4 lbs evaporated grapes 25c I lbs evaporated prunes 35c 1 lb evaporated raspberries 25c 1 lb evaporated pitted cherries... .20c 4 lbs dried peaches 25c lbs dried currants 25c Call and examine our stock and pee if they are not the linest and cheapest in the market. THE SAVE YOUR. • DOLLARS < BY TRADING 1 SAVE YOUR, I DOLLARS { r BY TRADING WITH US L SAVE YOUR, ^DOLLARS< ¥ BY TRADING " r WITH US SAVEYOUR, • DOLLARS 4 BY TRADING 1 WITH US wmm AN APRIL FOOL? Not a bit of it. if you deal with the Star Clothiers. Nothing Can Keep Them Down, You open the door, aud up we come. OUR MAINSPRING IS PUBLICITY. The more people knoAV our prices, goods and fair dealings, the greater crowds we have in the store. We are the acknowledged Leaders of | Low Prices in Clothing,' Men's Furnishings & Hats. We carry the largest stock in Hutchinson. We are agents for the beBt makes in men's, boys' and children's clothing in the world, Manhattan shirts Christy hats, etc. Deal with us and get the best values for lese money than you can buy them for elsewhere. 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 33H inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Como and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 1, 1802. 21 South Main. THE chinson. Music COMPANY. UKAI.KBS IN Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & G-ertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. TUESDAY. ^ 26. Evening at S and a Grand Family and School Matinee at 3 p. m. Farewell tour of the world renowned and original Mrs. General Tom-Thumb, (Countess Mugrl.) The Lilliputians in tho pantomimiea 1 musical extraviganza "THE RIVALS" and "Gulliver among the Liliputians." The Kuropcau celebrities, Mr. Cutis. H. Clarke, the London Comique, Commodore, Middlelon and his midget ponies, Victor Lee, the Uoyul wizard in new "llluek Art," the piquant little songstress, Miss Lena Holt; I'rof. Gleiv sou's Dog Circus, anil the Hoyal Japs. Everything new this season. Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb's carriage and ponies, the smallest in the world, will bo on exhibition daily. I'UICES OF ADMISSION: Evenings—Children under 1U, 25 cents; general admission, 50 cents; reserved seats, 75 cents. Seats onsale at Opera- Mouse Book Sto»e. . Matluec—Sehool children 15 cents; general admission, 35 cents. Reserved seats at box ofllee for matiue«, 5Q cents, ^ LEADERS ^ OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS D.I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. line rigs, stylish teams ind tho finest funeral mrand white hearse in the state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101,103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. K. F". PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a tine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. > O m CO O O •a tn O r- m H C 73 Z m o t» X o m •Are as flexible aud dainty as the finest turn. Arc the easiest walking shoes made, the cork acting as a cushion to the foot. Are tho most healthful shoes made, as cork is a nou-couductor of heat and cjpld. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, damp or rough wulks. The cork is secured in a pocket, which is sewed m with the seam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For salq by YOUNG BROS. Hutchinson Undei'taking Co. F. S. MITOHEL.L, Funeral Director and Bmbalmer. rjjt±- 10 South Mala. Open Bay and Night. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds, L. G. DUPLER, OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Co .'s celebrated bulk seeds. THE. SEST m TtfE.WOR ^D,

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