The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 23, 1892 · Page 6
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Farm Loans. We take pleasure in informing •ur many patrons that wo are better prepared tlinn ever before to negotiate Lrm loanB. We make •or own examinations draw our own papers and are prepared to close loans without delay. We Make (lie ordinary loan and also nego Mate an heretofore the ineompara Me combination Hfc insurance loan. We are always ready to give full information on either plan. The Insurance-Loan Bugle fives ranch valuable information on the subject, In a personal in lervicw we can sometimes give you more. Winne & Winne, THE TRAVELLING MEN'S BALL A GLITTERING SUCCESS. TELEPHONE NO. 2B. CORKER AVENUE A ADD Hutchinson, Kan. ON TON BAKERY *AN r n- 1 Confectionery CREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE BREAD, (km Puffs and Macaroons Fresh Every Day THE BALL. all. For a description of tho gentlo- men's costumes, sec the ; traveling moo's column. TIIP Hall Crowded With the Kllte of Htitclilnaon—A Large Xnmlier of I .ndloA and Gcutlomen rrom Abroad Worn In Alteiidanee—Tho CareH of the Grip ami Hittnple CnN« lentil Awuy for the Time Ufllng—"All IVent Merry ns a Mftrrlaffc Hell." When Shaw's orchestra began to play for the grand inarch last night, one of the largest and most fashionable crowds ever seen in the city was keeping time in T*uterbaugh's hall. It seemed that every body was present. Two hundred couples took part in the opening figure, and the hall was moving sea of smiles. The march broke up with a waltz which changed the smooth surface of the sea of smilcB into rushing billows, but joy reigned withal. The various committees were ever on the alert to sec that their guests were properly caved for, and the enjoyment of each one present was the reigning thought of each committeeman. The ball was a decided success in all that the word implies. Among the many pretty and attractive costumes present it was impossible to get all but below we give a few, which descriptions, of necessity, must be brief. Mrs. Owen Mulkey wore a pale blue China silk empire gown, gloves and B lanke ros. Ho, 1 C elebrated andies. J. W. Brehm, Proprietor. i North Main Street. A Decided Novelty in the amusement line is the performance given by the wonderful Lllipu- tians who will appear at the opera house matinee and evening, Tuesday. April Ufith. Head the following; Royalty sit Hutchinson. The world- renowned orignal and only Mrs. Gen'l Tom Thumb (the Countess Magi'i), tjic Koyal midgets Count Magri and Baron Magri, and the Liliputians, will appear at the opera house on April 2(lth giving two performances, evening at 8 o'clock, and a grand family and school matinee at it p. m., the now musical Puntomicul Kxtravaganza "The Rivals,, and Culliver among the Lilipntians, an entertainment absolutely refined in tone and pleasing in effect. Also, the European celebrities aand American refined specialty entertainers, including the Imperial Japs. This is announced as the farewell tour of Mrs. Oen. Tom Thum.b and all should attend and shako the hand of this, the most noted little lady that ever lived. Head the following from the Philadelphia, Pa., Evening Item, May IB, 1801: "The program is uniformly excellent tiiioi ougliont, combining music, dune lug, pantominc and comedy, In all of which the little folks exhibit to splendid advantage their several capabilities, presenting a perfect animated stage picture In miniature—intelligent, pleasing and agreeable. "Mrs. Tom Thumb was fairly ablaze with bedaualing jewels, it being stated upon good authority that during her levees she wears upon her little form no less than Ufty thousand dollars' worth of diamonds and othor costly brilliautB, the greater portion of them being souvenirs of remembrance from sovereigns, and nobility of the old world, before whom she hud the liouor of appearing." "How delicious Is the winning Of a kin, at love's binning."— sings the poet, and his sentiment is true with one possible exception. 11 cither party has the cartarrh, even love's kiss loses Us sweetness. l)r (stage's Catarrh Hemedy is a sure euro for this repulsive and distressing afUic tiun. By its mild, soothing, antiseptic, \eleanslug and healing properties, it enrcs the worst cases. 8500 reward ottered for an incurable ease. \ ' Ht*>klioldm-H' Mentluj; Tnare will be a mooting of the stockholders ot the llutchluson and Soiithcirp Koilroad company at the oorapauoKce in Hutchinson, Kun MM, Ta«4a£, May 13, 181)3, at 10 a. m. \M. A. CuuiSTY, President. m. H. IUVM, Secretary, A. shoes to match; diamonds. Mrs. Clms. Mulkey, white China silk, chiffon garniture, white gloves and shoes; diamonds. Mrs. W. L. Moore, black crepe du chene, black ostrich fan and long black gloves; diamonds. Mrs. R. R. Price, embroidered pink chiffon robe, gloves and shoes in harmony; diamonds. Miss Frankic lilaseoer, white silk white ostrich fan and shoes; diamonds. Mrs. Lesh, black satin en train black lace, black gloves and fan, tea roses; diamonds. Mrs. Herm licers, tan serge and black velvet, black gloves and fan flowers, geraniums. Mrs. 0. IS. Wilfley, cream satin with overdress of muslin do soife, white gloves and shoes; flowers; diamonds. Mrs. C. FI. Menke, Nile blue, nun's veiling, white chitfon lace, white gloves: diamonds. Mrs. O. C. Updegraff, white Henrietta, chantilly lace, white gloves and fan. Miss Clara Mclnturtf, pearl colored silk, chiffon lace, white gloves and natural flowers. Miss Leoti Mutton, white albatross and China silk, white gloves and shoes. Mrs. Ralph Thompson, crnpon. trimmed with red ribbon and chiffon,' red mits; diamonds. Miss .leannie Broadwcl], cream silk, chiffon trimmings, violets, white gloves and shoes; diamonds. Mrs. Whiteside, pearl colored satin, en train, pink crepe trimmings, gloves and shoes in harmony, diamonds. Mrs. Woodnut—White nun's veiling trimmed in chiffon, ostrich fan, tea roses; diamonds. Miss Maggie Nash—Black satin and lace, chiit'on trimming, black fan and flowers. Mrs. Ham Mutton—Canary colored silk, trimmed with chiffon lace, ostrich fan; diamonds. Miss Mabel Mitchell—White silk, white gloves and shoes, mermont roses.' Mrs. Alice Myton—Heliotrope velvet with jet decorations, black ostrich fan an gloves: diamonds. Mrs. A. W. ( Rothwell — Black silk with pansy decorations, black gloves and fun; diamonds. Miss Lena Norwood, Lamed, Kan., Pink and green silk, glovcB and slippers in harmony: natural flowerB', diamonds. Miss Nellie Malcolm, red nun 's veil ing, red gloves, fun and shoes; diamonds. Miss Burrton, of Newton, cream China silk with flowers; diamonds. Miss Lila Sldlingor, yellow and white China silk, white chiffon lace, white gloves and shoes; natural flowers. Mrs. Roe Blake, pink tulle trimmed in white chiffon, gloves and fan in harmony; natural flowers. Mrs. Docherty, pink china silk, prin- CCBS , garnitured. luce and velvet; diamonds. , .Mrs. Elsie Hart, yellow crepe du chene, black gloves, natural flowers, dimonds. Miss A. D. Galdcn, Nickerson, cream move and China silk, trimmed inj swan 's down, chiffon lace, diamonds. Miss .lula Curr, tan serge, trimmed iu tan chiffon, natural flowers. Miss Florence Hosca, green mulle, ribbon trimmings, gloves and shoes to mutch, natural flowers. Miss Jennie Wimplobcrg, white nun's veiling, trimmed In velvet. Mrs. Ada Robb, black satin and lace, black gloves and fan, scarlet flowers. Mrs. Frank Young', black lace over silk, trimmed in chiffon, safruno roses; diamonds. Mrs. E. It. Wilcox, pale blub silk, trimmed in pale blue chiffon lace, white gloves and shoes; diamonds. There were many other very pretty costumes present, but in the immense throng' present it was impossible to got Another Prize Problem. ; A. gentleman visiting a patient in a hospital said to the attendant, "That sick man's father Is my mother's son." What relation existed between the visitor and the patient? The Queen will give an elegant Mason & Risch or Steinway fine toned upright piano to the first person answering the above problem 1 correctly; an elegant gold watch for the second correct answer; a china dinner set for the third correct answer; an elegant silk dress pattern for the fourth correct answer. and many valuable, prizes. Elegant special prizes will be given for the first correct answer from each state. Each person answering must enclose fiftee n United States two-cent stamps for The Canadian Queen Galop," the latest and most popular piece of fifty cent copyrighted music issued during the past year, just out, together with a copy of the Queen containing full particulars, and a beautiful watercolor engraving, "Easter Morning.' The object of offering these prizes is to increase the circulation of the Queen, which already is the largest of any publication in Canada. By sending to-day you may secure a valuable prize. Address the Canadian Qneen, "O." Toronto, Can. (Joutiell Meeting. The city council mot in special session yesterday at \ o'clock p. m. There were present Conneilmcn McCurdy. Brown, McKee, WinBlow, Mcy ers, Miskimen and Norman. The committee on new location of council chamber asked for further time which was granted. The Chicago Investment company, through its president, B. W. Underwood, presented a petition to the coun cil praying for the vacation of all Df the Mardis addition to tho city except Eleventh street, which passes through it. Tho petition was accompanied by an ordinance which was referred to the ordinance committee. In the absence of Mayor Vincent, who is yet confined to bis room by sickness, further business was deferred until next Friday afternoon at o'clock. Council adjourned. As an artist Miss Shontz made a deep impression on my mind. I was never more interested. One. thing is certain, her elocution is in accordance with the best models in the English speaking world. I was forcibly reminded of Charlotte Cushman in Kotzebue's play of the "stranger, The Elder Booth, his son Edwin, James E. Murdoch, and Charlotte Cushman, are. the only artists in the line of elo cution, with the exception of, Miss Shontz whom I ever wanted to hear again.—E. C. H. WiLi -ouoJUiY, Pastor Baptist Church. Marissa. 111. Miss Shontz can be heard in this city next Tuesday evening at the Eposco- pal Guild hall She should have crowded house. Try a sack of FLOUR. Only $1.25 per sack. How do these prices strike you? 2 lbs evaporated peavs {or 2 lbs evaporated apricots 2!ic Ihs evavorated apples 25c 4 lbs evaporated grapes 3 lbs evaporated prunes... I 25e 1 lb evaporated raspberries 25c lib evaporated pitted cherries... .20c 4 lbs dried peaches : 25c 5 lbs dried currants 25c Call and examine our stock and see if they are not the finest and cheapest in the market. = SAVE YOUR • DOLLARS BY TRADING WITH SAVEYOUR, V DOLLARSt 7 BY TRADING .WITH US SAVEYOUR. • DOLLARS i BY TRADING ^ A AN APRIL FOOL? Not a bit of it, if you deal with the Star Clothiers. Nothing Can Keep Them Down. You open the door, and up we come. OUR MAINSPRING IS PUBLICITY. The more people know 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 Hii&jh- • inson, We are agents for the IbeA makes in men's, boys 1 and childteipi, clothing in. the world. Manhattan shirts, Christy hats, etc. Deal with: us and get the best values for lean money than you can buy them, for elsewhere. THE 21 South Main. lllrthriuy Party. A number of the friends of Mrs. Johnathan Tcter, assembled at her home, at Twclth and Washington streets, yesterday,to celebrate the fifty- first anniversary of her birth. At high noon an elegant dinner was.served. Mrs. Teter received many very pretty and valuable presents. Music and games of various kinds were indulged in. Japan Window. J. M. Brehm, the popular grocer and China ware man, has fitted up his north window as a Japan window. It is a beauty, neatly, tastily arranged and filled with handsome Japan China.,'are. Mr. Brehm is decidedly the leader in this city when it comes to Chinaware, glussware and crockery. Memorial Hervloeft. Rev. .1. G. M. Ilursh of the Lutheran church has been selected by Joe Hooker post, to deliver the memorial sermon on May 29, the day preceding Memorial day. Full particulars and programme later. THE Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. HKAI.KUSIN Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Ohiokering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & G-ertz^ PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. 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 bum. Tho candle is 13 inches in diameter, about 33K inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. LEADERS ^ OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING-, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS Closed Sunday. . 'the Bon Ton bakery will be closeed on Sunday. You can bay their bread on that day at the O. C. Furraan lunch counter, on the opposite side of the street. Dissolution Notice. The lirm of A. E. Vaughn & Co., composed of A. 13. Vaughn unilJno. A. King, lathis day dissolved by mutual consent, Jno. A. King retiring, and A. K. Vaughn contlnutiiB the business, assuming all liabilities and collect ing all accounts. April 31,18012 A..B. VAOOUN. JNO. A, KlNO. Write for terras and prices. HUTCHIN80N, KANSAS, Full of trouble — the ordinary pill. Trouble when you take it, and trouble when you've got it down. Plenty of unpleasantness, but mighty littls good. » With Doctor " ricreo's Pleasant Pellets, there's no trouble. They'ro mudo to prevent it. Tuoy'ro tho original littlo Liver Pills, tiny, sugarcoated anti-bilious granules, purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, tho smallest, easiest and best to (alio. They cleanse and regulate the whole' system, in a natural and cosy way—mildly and gently, but thoroughly and effectively. Oao little Pellet for u laxative—three for a cathartic. Sick Headache, BlUoiw Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all dorangemontB of th» 'liver, rtoinueb and bowel*; are'. prevented, relieved and cured, They're the cheapest pill you can buy, (or they'ro gvaranttva to give satisfacUon, or your money is returned. You pay only for the value Can you uk moret • Are as flexible and dainty as the fin est turn. Are tho easiest walking shoes made the cork acting as a cushion to the foot, Arc the most healthful shoes made, as cork is a non-conductor of heat and cold. Ladles wearing them need not fear cold, damp or rough walks. The cork is secured in u pocket, whioh is sewed in with the seam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For tale by YOUNG BROS. D, I. ' Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams ind the finest funeral :arand white hearse in ohe state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEODINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. H. F.PLATB, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a tine line df Teas, and a ful line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. ii Co. F. S. MITCHELL, Funeral Director and Erabalmer. -10 South Main. Open D»y and N'rkjjg Telegraph Orders G-iven Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER. 4 OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated bnl" seeds. ^ THE BEST IN THE WORLD. "'"^ WM <ri - . • <"

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