The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 28, 1892 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1892
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as HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1892. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS- \ TH f THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. 91'ONSI.KK, Secrmtury and Undine*" Wnimc«r. BALLARD, SEVERANCE & CO., Wholesale Notions and FaDcy Goods No. 10 Second Ave. EaRt. Olpse Frice to Dealers, D OCTOR SCHURR OFFICE No. 21 N, MAIN. RESIDENCE, 122 SEVENTH E. Night calls given prompt attention. EMERSON CAREY, S«e these prices on WALL Browns. 10c! to, 12}tfe per donble roll. Whites, 15c per double roll. (Jilts, 3()e to BOc per double roll. Birge's specials 50c to 81 per double roll Ingrains, 40c to (50c per double roll. Other papers in proportion. All paper matched in combinations with borders am) ceiling's. Experienced hangers furnished. All work guaranteed. H. D. WINSLOW'S. CITY NEWS. fits. Wanamaker & Ot tf . at a year. I Dealer, in PES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS. jj. Yards and office opp. court house. YARD WIDE and finished soft for the nee die is the bleached muslin we put on sale Monday morning at the low price of 6i cents or sixteen yards for the dollar. Quality equal to any 8| cent muslin sold in this market We have only one case to distribute at this low price. See our Biarritz in Spring colors. Let April shower. Umbrellas from ) 98c to$10 00. Make expressly for us in Philadelphia. See our Dent's London made umbrella. See our Hermsdorf, pair for Sl.L'S. fast black, six Exclusive Dry Goods House. Guaranteed Brown's. "Our Pups." Cold ham at Wilcox's. The Weekly NEWS 50 cents Send it to your friends. I ust received at the Bon Ton bakery a new lot of pure candies. 3t Fresh fish at Wilcox's market. 2t Fresh vegetables at Kanaga's every duy. 2t The New York Racket is selling gentlemen's sateen shirts cheaper than any other house in 'the city. 4t Splendid line of all suits at Wana. maker & Brown's. 6t All kinds of fresh vegetables can be bought at Kanaga's. Leave your orders at the store and goods will be delivered to your door. 3t For large returns for money invested advertise in the Daily, and Weekly NEWS. Gentlemen, don't buy your summer shirts until you examine those fine satine shirts at the New York Racket. ... 4t Have you seen the display at the Universalist fair? It is indeed a beau tiful sight. You should not fail to be present this evening. • Go to the fair to be given by the ladies of the Universalist church. l&iby carriages at a bargain at Iving's. tf Cunningham's, 13 South Main, is the best place in the city to buv ice cream. Large or small orders Seven couples came from Burrton last evening to hear Will Carleton They stopped at the Brunswick. Ladies, be sure you call at - the New York Racket and examine their handsome Swiss Demi-Flounces. They have twepty-six patterns. Jersey sailor , suits for the boys at Wanamaker &'Brown's. 6t Madames Innes and Alexander gave a musicale this afternoon at the residence of A. IV. Innes on Shermon street east. Odell Brothers ure still at No. D Second Avenue west, with a full line of all kinds of coal. • tf J. S. DUNN, OPTICIAN, 112 North Main St.,- ,. - • HUTCHINSON, : KANSAS. We are IE WALL the Pool" PAPER, And underselling everybody on all grades. We have definitely decided to go entirely out of the wall paper business, as we needtheroom for our DRUG-STOCK, And guarantee to make the lowest fig- urea ever quoted in Hutchinson. i J. M. BEAM, Prop. Going into the NO OLD PATERNS. NEW GOODS. We are not Experienced selling it at cost, hangers furnished but at a to put it on fair, living profit. the wall. COBURN & PETAR, AT THE OPERA HQUSE BOOK STORE • Are in the wail paper businesstostey Where do you buy ice cream? Try Cunningham, at 111 South Main. A number of our cattlemen are now adding to their bank accounts by disposing of some of their surplus stock. Carey is still in the coal business, tf Buy of the business men who advertise. Uo to Cunningham's for your ice cream. Large or small orders filled on short notice. 13 South Main street, have made their ap- Strawberries pearance in our market. They are not so luscious as those of our own growing, which appear in the city later, but they look rather tempting withall. Oo to the Universalist fair to-night and to-morrow.. Have you seen Disco, the great crom game? Watch for it. 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 gallery, 10 South Main. Mrs. Berglof's tf The ladies of the Universalist church have some wondrous beautiful fancy and useful articles ou exhibition at the fair. You should not fail to see them. Bring your magazines and bookB to the NEWS bindery and have them neat ly bound. It is the best way to preserve them. If you want to assist a worthy cause and get the best meal you ever sat do vn to for a quarter, go to the Uni­ versalist ladies fair. Burt Wilcox was a little bit rattled this morning. His cutter, the gentleman with hair the color of gold, went to Harper last evening, and left Burt to attend to ousiness by hi6 lonely. Business being a little brisk it kept him a guessing whether he was selling sugar or beef steak. Everything- in art novelties; everything in aprons and sun bonnets and fancy work, dressed dolls, fine candies, in fact any thing you want, at the Uni­ versalist ladies fair. All are cordially invited. from an extended business trip to eastern cities. Charlie Woodard, contemplates go- inghuntlng. Ask Harry Winslow the reason. G.I.Ferguson and H. II. Cannady of Kansas City are stopping at the Brunswick. 11. W. Hill, cashier of the Bank of Preston, Kan., waB doing business in the city yesterday. Ralph Thompson took in the sights at Abbey ville last evening, returning home this morning. Dr. A. W. McKinncy accompanied the boys to Harper last night, returning with them to-day. Geo. Duncan is visiting his brother Howard, the popular salesman at the Daylight Clothing house. Sims Ely returned hoVne from southern Missouri this morning. Sims reports liis mining interests as booming. Mr. Henry Obee, one of Rice counties most prosperous farmers,. recently sold two car loads of cattle to M. A. Heath. Joseph Mooney of Muscatine; la., is in the city. He came here for the purpose of looking after land interests in Reno county. James Oliphant of Oklahoma City, is here look) ng after property possessions. He reports the Oklahoma craze quietly and surely subsiding. Abe Buhler, one of the leading merchants of Burrton, came up with a party of friends last evening to attend the Will Carleton lecture. Miss Sarah McMillin of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, arrived in the city last evening, and is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Chos. Collins, on Third avenue east. Mr. dscar Wiener left for St. Louis, this morning, after a couple of days stay in the city, the guest of his brother,! J. D. Wiener of the Grand. Mr. J. E. Casebeer, the proprietor of the Patterson house. Harper, Kan., has the best wishes of the boys from this city, who attended the A. O. U. W. meeting in that city, last night, for the courteous treatment and special favors shown during their stay there. Mr. Casebeer is one of the best hotel men in the state, and enjoys a good trade, Tile 4»at6B. The Ladies' Columbian Club has decided to give a handsome and unique entertainment for the purpose of creating funds to aid in the patriotic cause. The Auditorium has been secured for the purpose, and on June 1, 2, 3 and 4, The Gates—an entertain ment both beautiful and instructive, will be given at that place. It is the intention to make this one of the most magnificent affairs ever given in Hutchinson. The gates of the different cities in various countries will be represented with the peoples of those countries clad 'in native costumes; strolling bands of minstrels, gypsies, in brilliant garb, in short the carnival time of all countries will be represented. It will be a sight which no one can afford to miss. In addition to this it is^ the intention to prepare something in the way of a concert or drill for each evening. The Ladies Columbian club is working in a broad and patriotic sense for k the (glory of Hutchinson and •Reno county at the world's fair. The enter ainment that they propose to give to raise funds for their enterprise, is one which is, in itsulf, well worthy of patronage. ><>tl<!c. The subscribers to the Auditorium fund will meet at the court house on Monday night (May 2nd) to elect trustees, and have executed deed securing the right of such trustees to building and grounds, as provided in the Bigger proposition of late date. Let each and every subscriber be present. H. WHITESIDE, Chairman. L. V. CAIN, Secretary. 2t 8tockholilerH' Mcntlufc. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Hutchinson and Southern Railroad company at the company's office in Hutchinson, Kansas, Tuesday, May 13, 1802, ut JO a. in, II. A. Ciutisrv, President. CHAS. H. DAVIS, Secretary. April 13, 1802. tf ABANDONED. THE KANSAS SALT COMPANY RESCINDS ITS INSURANCE ORDER. A Cli-ruuAr I.rtter S«nt to Kttch or the Kmployeg Which Kxplnilln Why the Insurance rronoflttlou wad Sent Out, and Alan Mtatlnr that the Qupatlnn Will Ho Atmmloned by the Company—Mr. Moore Talk* on the Justice of the Matter and the N'on-Appreelatlon or the Workmen— The circular Sent Them at Xflon To- Day. The Kansas Salt company sent another letter to their laborers, at noon to-day, which will doubtleBs bridge over all troubles and cause the men to return to work. Mr. W. L. Moore showed the circular to the reporter, (a copy of which is given below), and stated that what had been done toward the laborers who are and were in their employ had been misconstrued, and that the subject would be dropped, gave the figures which seem to A FEW of the many BARGAINS to be found at W R MARSHALL & CO. PRECIOUS JEMS, FINE JEWELRY, CUT CRYSTAL, WATCHES, CLOCKS / EYE GLASSES. ^ OPERA GLASSES: 'OLDEST JEWELRY HOUSE IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED, 1876. 11 NORTH MAIN. Go to Gahan's for pants. tf. PERSONAL. I. N. Wooddell left for Joplin, Mo., last night. John Collins returned to Wellington last evening. Mr. Frank Goede leaves to-morrow for Oregon. F. E. Huffman of Sedalia, Mo., Is in the city to-day. R. R. Price left to-day for Chicago on a business trip. Paul Langlois went to Wichita on business (?) to-day. Will Carleton and wife stopped at the hotel Brunswick. E. A. Qarriman came in from a business trip to Kingman to-day. James L.' Wilson of Denver is registered at the Brunswick to-day. Mr. A. Steinor, a merchant of Marion, Kan., is in the city to-day. A. L. Sponsler returned this morning He clearly demonstrate the benefits of accident insurance for the men, and showed by applying the figures to the cases in which certain parties have been injured while at work at the salt works, where thoy are actual losers of many dollars in a few months' time. He stated that the laborers had misconstrued the intentions of the company, on account of which, aud-the dissatisfaction arising threfrom, they have determined to leave the consideration of the Insurance matter out of the question. The circular reads as follows; HUTCHINSON, Kan., April 28, 18112. To the employes of the. Kansas Salt Company: Some, time ago we sent out a circular letter referring to insurance, and asked an expression from our employes regarding it. From replies received, we concluded that our men would appreciate something of this,kind, and we at once proceeded to investigate employer's insurance, and took out a policy in what we thought would be u good company and one that would give all our employes cheap insurance. When we presented this policy and terms to our men, we found it very objectionable to them. As »e have no desire to force Mi is measure on ourmen, we have decided to return the policy to the insurance company, requesting them to cancel same. Our intentions were simply to benefit our employes, und we regret exceedingly that our actions were misconstrued. You may consider the question of insurance entirely abandoned. KANSAS SALT COMPANY. Try the NEWS want column. Full standard prints, 5c BeBt indigo blue prints, 6ic Soft finishd blchd muslin, 6ic Half finish brown inuBlin, 5c Outing flannels. 10c to 20c Yard-wide ElPaso challie, 7c 46-inch D69 Henrietta, 85c I have a full line of plain and striped crepon (the latest drcsa fabric iu the market), chevrons, Bedford cords, hansdowns and other late novelties in dress goods. I have the only full line of dress trimmings to be found in the city, ranging In price from Rc to 88 per yard. S. F. RAFF ICE! ICE! -Water k Our delivery is regular and reliable, and the quality of our ice is beyond comparison. 50 cents per Hundred to Families. We solicit your patronage. Orders received by the. drivers, at the factory, avenue C east, at Kanaga's store, or yon can send your address on a postal card to Union Ice & Salt Co., fsumissor to Hutchinson Toe Munfg Co. JUST RECEIVED. Latest Styles. Lowest Prices, A handsome line of Ladies' OXFORD TIES, 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 iu 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, Kansas. -THE- NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OF- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, $100,000, SURPLUS, $7,500 DIRECTORS. Jon.v IIAI.L, Bunker. JAS. III;TII»IK, Hanker. L JNO. ,T. INOAI.I.S, ex-Senator. T. E. BOWMAN, Capitalist. C. W. TKMI-I.EH, Viee-r'res., A. .1. MIIII.EV, Insurance Kan. Grain & L. S. Co. and Real Estate. C. WKI.TON, 1'rcitlent. .1. W. WILKINSON, V.-Pres. N. (.. Hoi.I.ISTBIl. Cashier. CARPETS AND CURTAINS. Saturday, March 19, wo opened the largest linn of these goods ever shown in the city, consisting of in the following styles: Lace and Southern Ties, Ozoo Calf and Cloth Tops, Patent Leather Heel Quarter, Patent Leather Tips and Plain Toes. All in the following lasts: Opera heel, C S and H C S, C, I) and K widths. Sizes 2 to SH. Shoes for Children. The celebrated Sussex School Shoe, In pebble goat and kid, with patent leath er, pebble goat and cordovan tips. The beBt wearing chidren's Bhoe in the country WM. REDDERSEN. Corner of Main and First. A. E, Manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in Flavoring Extracts, Rock Candy Syrup and Soda Fountain Supplies. • Correspondence solicited. Mail OTders will receive prompt attention. 406 North Main St. Art Lace, Plushes, And the only line of Hartford and Lowell carpets in the city. Onr new illustrated catalogue for 1892 4 will be out about April 1. Send for one. I] BAKING .POWDER 25 OZS.FOR 25? ABSOLUTELY PPBE • JUSTTRYIT. F .r .JA^UCA V CO. KANSAS CITY, HO.

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