The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 23, 1892 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, April 23, 1892
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mm ^XJTCrillirSON DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, it>92. 5. jgE HUTCHINSON NEWS- Tl^E NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ~ t^Seorefry ami llu*lno»« Manager. BALLARD, SEVERANCE & CO., Wholesale otions and Fancy Goods, No. 10 Second Ave. Bast. [Close Fri.ce: to" Dealers. |OCTOR SCHURR OFFICE NO. 21 N, MAIN, •ESIDENOTS, 122 SEVENTH E. ight callB given prompt attention. 1MERSON CAREY, ^ ?F% f& [l • pedmont SmithiDg Coal! Dealer ih I0ES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS. iY««rfrpand offlue opp, couj; jftouse. |id finished soft for the nee e is the bleached muslin we |it on Bale Monday.morning the low price of cents Bixteen yards for the dollar, ality equal to any 8Jr cent |uslin sold in this market e have only one case to [ tribute at this low price, :e our Biarritz in Spring colors. et April shower. Umbrellas from toSlO 00. Make expressly for us in •(tadelphia. See our Dent's London |ae umbrella. fee Our Hernisdorf. fast black, six for »1.25. Inclusive Dry Goods House. J. S. DUNN, pPTICIAN, 112 North Main St., IUTCHINSON, : KANSAS. Wo are Buckinft the Pool" ON If ALL PAPER, \nd underselling everybody on all trades. We have definitely decid- a to go entirely out of the wall taper business, as we need the room br our fcDRTJG- STOCK, 1 guarantee to make the lowest fig- l ever quoted in Hutchinson. J. M, BEAM, Prop. Going into the PATERNS. NEW GOODS, are not Experienced fing it at cost, hangers furnished , at a to put it on , living profit. tho wall. IpBTJRN & DETAR, " AT THE M HOUSE BOOK STORE i In the wall paper business to stay See these prices oU ' •: ' WALL PAPER. Browns, 10c to 12}$c per double roll. Whites, 15c per double roll. Gilts, 30c to 50c per double roll. Birge's specials 50c to $\ per double roll Ingrains, 40e to 00c per double roll. Other papers iu proportion. All paper matched in combinations with borders and ceilings. Experienced hangers furnished. All work guaranteed. H. D. WINSLOW'S. CITY NEWS, "Our Pups." At Wanainakcr & Brown's. 2t Crayons *5 at MclnturflVs. Will Carletou at the Presbyterian church next Wednesday night. Fine cabinets, at Melnturff's. at j 81.80 per dozen, (It W R MARSHALL & CO. PRECIOUS JEMS, FINE JEWELRY, CUT CRYSTAL, WATCHES, CLOCKS EYE GLASSES. L OPERA GLASSES: \m\ JEWELRY HOUSE 7 IN THE CITY. .... , ESTABLISHED, 1870. U NORTH" MAIN. The Weekly NKWB 50 cents a your. Send it to your friends. For large returns for money invested advertise in the Daily and Weekly NBWS. Eva M. Shontz at Episcopal Guild hall April 20th. Go to the fair to be given by the ladies of the Universalistehuvch. Baby carriages at a bargain at King's. tf Cunningham's, 13 South Main, is the best place in the city to buy ice cream'. Large or small orders. Cabinet photographs . at 81.50 per dozen, at Melnturil's, for » few days only. tit A line line of .-picture frameB. See Mclnturft'. Ot Professor Davis will play several selections on tho pipe organ at tho Will Carlton entertainment, Wednesday night. One dozen cabinet photos, fine Aristo finish, one fine 10x20 crayon portraitat Hirst's gallery for 80.00. tf Our readers should not miss the op portunity to hear the readingB of Eva iM. Shontz at the Episcopal Uuild hall April 20th. Odell Brothers are still at No. 9 Second Avenue west, with a full line of all kinds of coal. tf You should not fail to attend the LInlversalist fair to be given in the Golden Eagle hall, McCurdy block, on April 27, 28 and 20. Armory hull is most beautifully and tastefully papered and decorated, and will hereafter be used as an amusement hall. It Bhone up In good shape last night. If you miss hearing Will Carleton you will always regret it. The finest literary treat Hutchinson ever had at the Presbyterian church, next Wednesday evening. Take the children to sec Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb. Cold boiled ham at Wilcox's 3t French cliallics, the latest production of foreign looms, justreceived,and will be put on sale at In ties' on Moni day morning, at 50 cents per yard. Secure your scats for Will Carleton. The choice seats are selling rapidly. We need no recommending, our work is proof. Mclnturil'. fit Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb, Tuesday evening ut the opera house. Seats for Will Carleton can be secured at the opera house book store. Go early and buy them as they are selling fast. Where do you buy ice cream? Try Cunningham, ut 13 South Main. Vegetation is growing at a rapid rate considering the cool weather. If the snn should come out warm yon could hear the joints crack. WJ arc strictly in it. Cabinet photos for $1.50 per dozen, at Hirst's gallery. 5t The Columbian club met at the opera house this afternoon at 4 o'clock, und had a very interesting session. To-morrow's MKWS will contain full particulars of the meeting. C. V. Bartlett, the north end butcher, will to-morrow have plenty of fine chickens and cut the best side of beef that has been cut in Hutchinson for ten yearB. Finest pants. Finest suits and overcoats at Wanamaker & Brown's. Carey is still in the coal business, tf Buy of the business men who advertise. Go to Cunningham's for your ice cream. Large or small orders filled on short notice. 13 South Main street. 31.50 cabinet photos, 81.50 per dozen at Hirst's gallery. Ot Dr. R. B. Wilson.will be found at the residence of Mr. Breazeale, one door west of his residence property, on A east, where he may be found at all hours outside of business hours, tf The Weekly NEWS , if taken between now and July 1st, for 50 cents a year. The largest and cheapest paper in Kansas. Send a copy to your friends in the east. Everything new at Mrs. Berglof's gallery, 10 South Main. tf Bring your magazines and books to the NEWS hindery and have them neat ly bound. It is the best way to pro- serve them. The fair to be given by the ladies of the U nivcrsaliBt church next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, promises to be very entertaining. Many useful and valuable articles will be on exhibition and for sale. Tea and lunch will be served each afternoon and. night. There will be many amusing features and novel scenes during the fair. Do not fail to attend. tf. Go to Gahan's for pants. PERSONAL. . H. M. Wisler left for Chicago this morning, after a couple of days sojourn in the city. Sims Ely left for Pittsburg and Jop- lln last night to- look after property Interests there. Hon. Henry D, Freeman was in the city to-day. Fred Palmer went to Ft. Scott to-day to see dear friends. A. II. Jobes of Arlington, was seen about the court house to-day. Dr. A. Wright has moved his dental parlors to the rear rooms of tho north wing of the Higley block. Mrs. Mary Fletcher of Lena, II}., is visiting oher daughter, Mrs. W. M. Bively on Carpenter street. _ Ed. Nash and Ed. Wilder are in the city to organize the lodge of the U. C. T., which occurs to-night. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Underwood returned last night from attending the Mystic Shrine banquet at Salina. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fornoe and daughter Helen of Santa Barbara, Cal., arrived in the city last night, after an extended visit with friends in the east. Mrs. Fornoe Is a sister of H. W. Daykin of the Hutchinson China Hall. Dr. Detriek was in tho city to-day. He reports that wheat is growing more rapidly than ever before in the limit of his recollection. He further states that corn is nearly a'l planted, and that he is after Henry Hartford's scalp again. Dr. C. C. Green, who recently rc-or- gaulzcd the legion of Select Knights In this city, passed through this city this evening en route for home, after organizing a legion of fifty members at Anthony, and one of seventy-five members at Harper. Professor R. N. McConnell of Me- Pherson, has spent three days this week in visiting our city schools. He says: "Professor Minnich is one of the most pleasing, scholarly and gentlemanly superintendents I ever met." He reports excellent work, close grading and splendid order in all the rooms visited. Hutchinson may well be proud of such schools. Otld FeiioWH, Attention. The committee on transportation to Wichita makes report: Over Atch- chison, Topcka and Santa Fe, leave at 8:10, arrive at Wichita at 10:15 a. m.; leave Wichita at 5, arrive at Hutchinson at 7:10 p. m. Over Missouri Pacific, leave ot 0:35, arrive at Wichita at 11:35 a. m.; leave Wichita at 5:35 p. m. Fare one and one-third rate for the round trip. Tickets good for 27th. GKO. W. WJIIOHT, N. G. Stenographic Society. The Hutchinson Stenographic Society met in the court room last night, und had a very interesting meeting. A number of visitors and spectators, who are always welcome, were present. They have another meeting on Tuesday night, which promises to be of unusual interest. The public is invited to attend these meetings of the society. The IJaRollne Kouto. Miss May Wood, who works for P. B. Price, was seriously burned yesterday evening, by lighting a fire in the cooking Btove with gasoline. She put gasoline on the kindling, and when she touched a match to it the flame burst up and seriously burned her face and hands. While the burns are very painful they are not necessarily fatal. Iluud Concert. The Second Regiment band will give a concert in the park to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The public is invited to come out and hear them aB well as to see the progress of the work of the new auditorium. Little Judith, the 8-year-old daughter of Mr. Mullineaux, of the Inland Christian Advocate, Des Moines, Iowa, on learning that her special playmate, a child of her own age had taken the whooping cough, took a bottle of medicine, which had cured her of a troublesome cough, and went over and said: "You must take this medicine; it will do you good. Mr. Mullineaux was curious as to the result and on making inquiry learned that the little neighbor, who had been unable to rest at night, had been greatly relieved in that respect. The paroxysms were neither so frequent, severe or enduring. The cough, under the genial action of this admirable remedy, was loosened. Having just returned from New York with my new stock of goods I am prepared to show you novelties in dress goods and dress trimmings not to be found elsewhere in the city. The medicine liquefies the mucus and enables the sufferer to throw it off. Tho attack in the beginning gave every evidence of being a severe attack: of whooping cough. Indeed it was n genuine case; but this preparation, while perhaps it may not be a positive cure for the disease, is undoubtedly able to alleviate it. If it does not cure it, it will give unquestioned relief. The medicine referred to is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by C. B. WtNST .ow, Druggist 15 S. Main" St. f^xtra Attraction, Prof. Will Davis will render a num ber of selections on tho largo pipe organ at the Presbyterian church at the Will Careton entertainment. Tickets now on sale at the opera house book store. An Old Aballtlonlnt hi Dtatreftfl. ANGELICA, N. Y., April 23.—A man whose name was in the mouth of every slave during the stirring times of the war is ending his daysin this city in comparative poverty. In days long past ho wus known as a man of re markable courage, who suffered much and denied himself much for tho welfare of the negrc>element. His name is Calvin Fairbanks, with reverend as a prefix. Some years before tho war ho was arrested In Kentucky, his native state, for assisting slaves to escape into Ohio, was convicted and sentenced to twenty years of hard labor in the pen ItentinrT' Of this term ho served some seventeen years, during %vhich he received thousands of lushes upon his bare back. Finally a pardon enme to him through tho intervention of Abraham Lincoln. To-day he is penniless, and an appeal in his behalf has been issued by the well known chaplain, C. C. McCabe. Tho latter has published an autobiography of tho old man, and made him u present of fifteen hundred copies. With the returns from the sales of these it is believed that another thousand dollars will place him beyond the reach of want for the rest of his life. And this amount is all that is being asked for. 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 of 12c to pay postage. ICE! ICE! Pore Distilled-Water Ice. Our delivery is regular and reliable, and the quality of our ice in beyond comparison. 50 cents per Families. Wo solicit your patronage. Orders received by the drivers, at the factory, avenue C east, at Kauaga's store, or you can send your address on a postal card to Successor to Hutchinson Ice Manfg Co. JUST RECEIVED. Latest Styles. Lowest Prices, A handsome line of Ladies* OXFORD TIES, in the following styles: Lace and Southern Ties, Ozoo Calf and Cloth Tops, Patent Leather Heel Quarter, I Patent Leather Tips and Plain Toes. All in the following lasts: Opera heel, C S und M C S, C, D and E widths. Sizes 2 to 5K- Shoes for Children. The celebrated Sussex School Shoe, In pebble goat and kid, with patent leath er, pebble goat and cordovan tips. The , best wearing chidren's shoe in the country WM. REDDERSENj Corner of Main and First. HAVE YOU A SPRING SUIT If not, call at once on JOHN BUETTNER, the Fashionable Tailor 207 North Main, Midland Block: A. E. .._ .... Manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in Flavoring Extracts, Rock Candy Syrup and Soda Fountain Supplies. Correspondence solicited. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. 4Q6Q-North Main St. What do you think of Our collection of Burros? They will soon All be given away. MAUD S Will be given away May 5. All guesses on our "Pin Cushion" Should be handed in Before that date. 800 Men's Negligee Shirts At 75c that are advertised Elsewhere at $1.25. Of course we also have some For 15c, 25c and 50c. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE. I. GOLDBERG-, Proprietor. 19 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kans;i6. -THE- NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OF- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, $100,000, SURPLUS, $7,506 DIRECTORS. JOHN HALL, Banker. .IAS. GUTHRIE, Ranker. h, C WELTON, Preident. JNO. J. INGALI.S, ex-Senator. T. E. ItowuAX, Capitalist. J. W. WILKINSON, V.-Pres. C. W. TEMTLEB, Vice-Pres., A. J. HIGLEY, Insurance N. G. HOU.ISTKK. Cashier. Kan. Grain & L. S. Co. and Real Estate. CARPETS AND CURTAINS. Saturday, March 19, we opened the largest line o these goods ever shown in the city, consisting of Portierres, Lace Curtains, Silk Curtains, China Silk, Embroidrd Art Lace, Plushes, 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. mi m & t BAKING . POWDER 25 OZS.FOR 25? , ABSOLUTELY PPBE - JWTIWIT F.r.JAHUta »co, KANSAS CITV .MO.

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