The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 4, 1892 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 4, 1892
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HUTCHENSOK DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1892. THE HPTCIHNSON NEWS. j^" THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. •^iio. L.'Sl'OJISI.KR, ' : Secretary nml noahieaa M»n»H«r, jJOCTOR SCHURR OmcK No. 21 N, MAIN., RESIDENCE, 122 SEVENTH E. Night calls given prompt attention. EMERSON CAREY, DAL t Si Dealer in HIDES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS. Yards and office opp. court house. MAY IS ' "' OUR BARGAIN MONTH. Values absolute— Not Fictitious. Many styles exclusive. -SPECFAL- Wash Dress Fabrics, White Goods, Late Novelties in All Wool Suitings, Expressly for this sale, Sun Umbrellas, Hosiery, Silk Mitts, Underwear, D Table Linen, Towels, BelfastHandkerchiefs We are -f'Bnelii the Pool" ON WALL PAPER, And underselling- everybody on all grades. We have definitely decided to go entirely out of the wall paper business, as we need the room for our DRUG- STOCK, And guarantee to make the lowest figures ever quoted in Hutchinson r» 1( J. M. BEAM, Prop. Going into the NO OLD PATEBNS. 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 & DETAR, AT THE OPERA HOUSE BOOK STORE Are in the wall paper .business to stay W.R. & CO. PRECIOUS JEMS, FINE JEWELRY, CUT CRYSTAL, WATCHES, CLOCKS EYE GLASSES. OPERA GLASSES: OLDEST JEWELRY HOUSE IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED, 1870. 11 NORTH MAIN. Ouly On« Fare tu Portland uud Return, The Union Pacific will sell tickets to Portland and return atone fare for the - round trip. Tickets on sale May 9 to 14, inclusive, limited to 00 days from ' date of sale. . ' For additional information apply to your nearest ticket agent. 32-5-14 .,. ' Notlco. 'I , The Ladies' Columbian club will m\eton Wednesday, May 4, at 2:3« p. m., at Dr. Comstock's office, over the A. & A. drug store, u; MRS, L. UOVK, President. MM. W. L. MOOBI, Secretary. ... See these prices on WALL PAPER. Browns, 10c to 12Jic per double roll. Whites, 15c per double roll. Glltsj 20c to GOe per double roll. Wirge's hpeoials 50c to SI per double roll Ingrains, 40c td flpc per double roll. Other papers in proportion. All paper matched iii combinations with borders and ceilings. - Experienced hangers furnished. All work guaranteed. H. D. WINSLOW'S. CITY NEWS. A gallon of apples for 25 cents at Wilcox's. • . ' • 2t Guaranteed fits. Wanamakcr & Brown's. 3t See Eccles' offer in"Want"column. Ot New potatoes at Kenrick's, the fancy groceryman. 2t "Our Pups." tf A gallon of apples for 25 cents at Wilcox's. 3t A. W. Innis offers some interesting reading in his "ad" in another column. Read what he has to say. Smoke the Lawrence Barrett cigar, at Carroll Briscoe's. 3t New potatoes at Kenrick's, the fancy groceryman. . ' 2t Go to the school exhibits at the Pu terbaugh hall on Thursday and Friday- afternoon and evening. New potatoes at Kenrick's, the fancy groceryman. 2t If you want your suit by the 2oth of May, order now at Wannmaker & Brown's. 3t A Mincer & Co. have a large "ad" on the eighth page. They are offering great bargains. The Topcka delegates came in this afternoon in a special car, and in full force. Nice fresh strawberries at Cunningham's, No. 13 South Main. New potatoes at Kenrick's, the fancy groceryman. 2t See the elegant parlor suit to be given away by W. F. Blackburn & Co., 320 North Alain, Santa Fe block. 2t Cunningham's, 13 South Main, is the best place in the city to buy ice cream. Large or small orders. For one of those cool, clean shaves call on Henry Hoffman, the Midland tonsorinl artist. S10. . We have it all arranged. You can now get all wool suits, in plain black, plain blue, and in choice light styles to-day at Wanamaker & Brown's for $10. 3t Odell Brothers are still at No. 9 Second Avenue west, with a full line of all kinds of coal: : tf O. S. Carpenter has moved his horses, buggies-, etc., to the- Wolcott stand on First avenue east, where he desires to see his old and new friends. Where do you buy ice cream? Try Cunningham, at 13 South Main. A Bargain—Nice linen collars at 3 cents apiece, at the New York Racket. tf If you are troubled with dandruff and itching of the scalp, try one of Hoffmsm's medicated shampoos, Carey is still in the coal business, tf Buy of the business men who advertise. Go to Cunningham's lor. your ice cream. Large, or small orders filled on short notice. 13 South Main street. A Bargain—Nice linen collars at 3 cents apiece, at the New York Racket. tf A large and well-selected stock of ladies' and gents' and children's shoes will be opened at the store of W. F. Blackburn & Co., 325 North Main, Santa Fe block, next Saturday.. These goods will be sold at bottom prices. 2t Everything new at- Mrs. Berglof's gallery, 19 South Main. tf Parents should attend the exhibits of work by the schools of the city, at the Puterbaugh hall on Thursday and Friday afternoons, and lasting until 1) o 'clock at night, both nights. Encourage the little ones by your presence. If you want a first class shave and a hair cut in the very latest stylo, call at the Midland tonsorial parlors. "Jim, the Artist," will also cause the teguments of your pedal extremities to illuminate in an artistic manner, and shine with all the brilliancy and glory of the AnroraBorealis. Wanted—At the Santa Fe hotel 1,000 plover at 5 cents each. • tf A Bargain—Nice linen collars at 3 cents apiece, at? the New York Racket. tf . New potatoes at-Kenrick's, the fancy groceryman. ' 2t PERSONAL. tor, with headquarters at Kansas City, Kan., honored the NEWS office with a call to-day. . S. B. Bradford of Topeka, candidate congressman-at-large, is at the Brunswick, and will remain in the city until after the' convention. S. I. Hale of Rush county, one of the delegates to the Minneapolis convention, is in the city, and will remain over for the convention, - T. L. Dixon of Wichita, deputy great sachem of the Improved Order of Red Men, is in the city for the purpose of organizing a lodge of that order in this city. Attorneys Brown and Pond of Arkansas City, delegates to .the convention, were shaking hands with the members of the bar of Reno county today. E. A. Davis of Cottonwood Falls, ex- county superintendent of public instruction of Chase county, was forming the acquaintance of our county officers to-day. R. D. Harpole and wife who left two weeks ago, on an extended trip through Colorado, Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma, have returned home and are well pleased with their trip, but think that Hutchinson is the best of all. Rev. T. J. Oliver of Ohio, preached two able sermons at the Second Baptist church lost Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. It is desired that Rev. Oliver.accept the charge here, as he is an able man, and is liked very much so far. James Mason of Nashville, Tenn., is in the city looking after property interests, and taking observations with reference to the manner in which Republicans conduct their conventions, drawing contrasts, etc., and forming opinions of his own. Ho is, however, much please with his property possessions in Reno county, 3. Lee Knight of Topeka, was calling on the county officers to-day. He has in his possession u picture of Main street, this city, taken twenty years ago, which is quite a curiosity, and when compared with those taken today, the amazement of even those who have been eye witnesses of the transformation, is apparent. We had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Edward McLean, who is well known through the state, and is now representing Dr. John Wherrell bichloride of gold remedies, for the cure of the liquor, morphine and tobacco habits. Mr. McLean's mission to this city is for the purpose of locating an institute. There is nothing so good, but that it can be improved upon. Dr. Wherrell jlnsures a cure without any depressing results whatever. This cure is vouched for and recommended by the best citizens of Kansas City and other points, they having fully tested its reliability by personal experience and observation. Mr. McLeancai-ries their letters to vouch for the same. Mr. McLean is an interesting conversationalist, and it would be well for our citizens who are interested in the cause, to meet him and have him explain the beauties of the Wherrell treatment. To Be Expected. J. II. Downing of Kansas.City, is at the Brunswick. E. Thompson, a Topeka, capitalist is at the Santa Fe. Sheriff Jones left for Lansing, last night, with Sam Wisler. \ Mrs. J. A. Clapp and son Fred are visiting friends in NiekerEon. , . D. W. Holdeman, one of • Emporia's leading stockmen, is at the Santa Fe. * S. R. Wharton of Topeka, and A. R. Ainswtorth of Newton, are on' the ground ready for the convention, ' W. D. Mtirdock, district freight agent for the Santa Fe railroad, with headquarters at Wichita, is at the Santa, Fe. Hon. A. R. Ford of Kansas City, Kan., candidate for secretary of state, made the NEWS office a pleasant call to-day. • Mesdaines Houk, Hart, , Vincent and Moore left for Ft. Scott to-day to attend the statu meeting of £he Social Science Club WiU T. Walker,. grand chancellor of the state of Kansas, K. ot P., is attending the contention, and took occasion to call upon the Nicwa to-day. W. W. Haskell, state grain iuspec- Noticu. , The street cars on the Main street line, north of Fourth avenue, and the lines running east from Main street, will not run on regular time to-morrow on account of the large gathering at the.park. The cars will, however, go over their lines as frequent as possible, and it is hoped that the patrons of the line will forbear with the line upon the occasion of this convention. Lighted Up. The auditorium is seated and will be lighted up to-night. If the Repulicans desire to hold a meeting the auditito- rinm is in readiness. The street cars run direct to the door. The Avenue A Line* The Avenue A street car line runs direct to the Vincent salt works. Visitors desiring to see the plant can get there over this line. Augura and Augor*. He had been telling her fortune in a last vain effort to make himself enter bulling, and he flattered himself that he bad succeeded. "I think," he said, "if I had lived in the old Roman days I should have been one of their augurs." "Augurs?" she queried wearily, "is that what they bored people with?"—Detroit Free Press. A FEW . of the many BARGAINS to be found at y s 7 11 Housekeeper—Call these apples Rhode Island greenings, do you? Seems to me they are awfully small. Dealer—Yes, mum. Rhode Island is a small state, mum.—New York Weekly. Not an Enemy In the World. When Narvaez, dnke of Valencia, lay on his deathbed the archbishop of Oran- ada stood by his. Bide, enacavoring to prepare him for the great change. "1 trust that you have pardoned all your enemies, that yon also may receive forgiveness;" "1 have no enomieB," said the dying man. "But, your excellency, a man who has been so long in office as you have" "1 haven't one, 1 tell you." "Still, it ia just possible" "Not one, I repeat." "Pardon me, your excellency" Losing his patience, Narvaez raised himself up with what strength he hud left and said to the archbishop: "Look here, 1 have no enemies; 1 had them all shot, and there's an end of it!" —Illustracior. Mr. I. Goldberg has just returned from his second trip to the eastern markets. DID HE BRING HOME ANY BARGAINS? He will now offer Men's shirts at $0.20, worth $0.40 Men's shirts at .48, worth .75 Men's shirts at .75, worth 1.25 Men's shirts at .99, worth 1.50 Men's shoes at 1.19, worth 1.60 Men's shoes at 1.25,, worth 1.75 Men's shoes at 1.99, worth 3.00 (This Sl.Q'.i shoe is a corker.) Men's shoes at 2.75, worth A Careful Nophew. An old countryman WBB in extremis; his last struggle seemed long beyond inenaure; as though tho poor man could not mako up IIIB mind about starting on the distant journey. One night his nephew left a lighted candle on the lit tie table, and said ns he went off to bod: "Uncle, when yon feel that it is all over with you, yon can blow out tho candle."—Motto per Ridore. Tho Next Thine to It. The father had gone away and left his only son in charge of the store. "Are you the head of the firm?" asked a man with a samplo case, entering the establishment. "No, sir," remarked the young man with great urbanity, "I'm only the heir «f tho head."—Detroit Free Press. Full standard prints, 5c Best indigo blue prints, 6£c Soft finishd blchd muslin, 6 £c Half finish brown muslin, 5c Outing flannels. lOo to 20c Yard-wide ElPaso challie, 7 c 46-inch D69 Hemie'tta, 86o I have a full line of plain and striped crepon (the latest dress fabric in the market), chevrons, Bedford cords, hansdowns and other late novelties in dress goods. 1 have the only full line of dress trimmings to bo found In the city, ranging m price from 0c to 88 per yard. • S, F, RAFF Labor Item. "Duing anything now, Bill?" "Oh, yes, I'm kept busy all tho time." "Ah, glad to hear it. "What are you doing?" • "Looking for a job."—-Texas Sittings. 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, Patent Leather Tips and Plain Toes. All in the following lasts: Opera, heel, C S and K C S, C, 13 and E widths. Sizes 3 to 5J>,'. 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. REDDERSEN, Corner of Main and First. 1. 1 MIAN & CO, Manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in Flavoring Extracts, Rock Candy Syrup and Soda Fountain Supplies. Correspondence solicited. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. 406 North Main St. 400 Next week.we will name some more bargains. The person or persons guessing the exact, or nearest the number of pins in our pin cushion will get Maud S on May 5. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE. I. GOLDBERG-, Proprietor. 19 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kansas. Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies —OB— Other Chemicals an oMd In tha preparation ot W. BAKER ACO.U reakfastCocoa »M<k U oaaelufcly pure and aaivbU, I It bat mora than thru HUM 1 the ttrength ot Cocoa miied i wltb Bttrob, Arrowroot or w I Sugar, and u far more economical. eotUntf ISM than one cent a cup. It ill douclous, sourlnuiDC and fttwur »iasn «i>. <MA »f Crown. «»«jw»«c*. W. BASIS 4k CO., DurahMtar, KM* -THE- NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OF- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, $100,000, SURPLUS, 87,606 Dili, KOTO HS. JOHN HALL, Banker. JAS. GUTHRIE, Banker. L, C. WKLTON, Preident. JNO. J. Ixa ALLS, ex-Senator. T. E. BOWMAN, Capitalist. J.W. WILKINSO.H, v.-Pres. C. W. TEOTLKU, Vice-Pros., A. J. IIIOLKY, Insurance N. G. HOI.MSTKB. Cashier. Kan. Grain & TJ. 3. Co. and Real Estate. CARPETS AND CURTAINS. _ Saturday, March 19, we ' opened the largest Hue of thesergoods ever shown in the city, consisting of Portierres, Lace Plushes, And the only line of Hartford and Lowell carpets in the city. Onr new illustrated catalogue for 1892 B will he out about April 1. Send for one. P k I BAKING . POWDER 25 OZS.FOR 25^ ABSOLUTELY PPRE - Ju -sTlkYlT.

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