The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 3, 1892 · Page 3
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, June 3, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 3,1892. Thai Wellington and Harper. KtLnsas, won; torn to pieces by a and M 'vcvnt hmi'.lvocl Killed and injured. persons The Papers Say 'Hint. Wo""' KilnSUS, w Tornado and M'vc Uillod am A Tornado Policy will prij.tfct your property. An Accident Policy for SI.(Mm will pay $1,00(1 in «vi ;nt of death: $l,Oli(l for loss of two feet: for loss of two hands; SI,ooo for loss of one hand and OIK.' foot; SMfi.M for loss of one foot: for loss of one hand; per per week for disabling injury. S.l per annum per thousand dollars is nil it eosts for persons in preferred occupations. Without weekly indemnity. ?:i per annum. If you are a farmer and the storm is accompanied by hail, your growing' crops might be de- sti'oyed. THE GATES. OPENED IN GRAND STYLE RIVERSIDE HALL LAST NIOHT. AT .We Insure lU'tltM* see n H about it. Winne & Winne, IILCPBDHE10.21. C0B1ERMEIUEIMil Ml Hutchinson, Kan. Arlington* Dr. and Mrs. Wetherby left on Tuesday to make their home in Hutchinson, to the great regret of the whole community. Pl'l'lie stone for the foundation of the new Methodist church is already on the, ground. ,1. K. Knton joined his wife here on Saturday and together they spent Sunday on his farm, six miles south of town. Mrs. ,1. Lowe has been spending several days in Hutchinson this week. Mr. Haines, of Hutchinson, is doing a neat job papering the I'resbyterinn church. Mrs. Chas. llluekley has taken possession of her new house next to .1. II. Thatcher's. Dr. and Mrs. Vande.rpool have moved into Dr. Wetherby's house, which they have purchased from him. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, of Orangeville, I'a., went up Thursday morning to join their daughter, Mrs. Wetherby. in Hutchinson. Miss Lizzie Pitney returned Monday from u week's visit In Lenulo. Miss Klo Kliott is thought to be improving at present, with strong hopes of recovery. Mrs. C. li. Morse, Messrs. L. Lowe, and P. Ward went to Lerado Sunday to organize a Christian Endeavor 80- ciety. Dccnrntuvn Day was duly celebrated here. In the morning a procession a mile long went to the cemetery to decorate the graves. In the afternoon the church was crowded to hear the able address of 11, W. Oleason, which gave general satisfaction. At U. A, It. Hull, (Julie a pleasant evening was spent at the 15. A. hull lust night, it being the occasion of a meeting of Phil Sheridan Circle, Ladies of the U. A. 11, After the regular order of business had been gone through with the comrades surprised the ladies by presenting them with a beautiful flag, size 0x12 feet. The presentation speech was made by .1. II. Wherfel, on behalf of the comrades. The president, Mrs. Wherfel, appointed as a committee to receive the flag for the circle, Me.sdames Keys and Pinch. In the response to the presentation address, the ladies thanked the veterans for the present, promising to teach their children that loyalty to the Hag of our country and a feeling of patriotism were requisites of good citizens. At tin; close of the addresses the ladies surprised the comrades by placing before them the most delightful ice cream and cake that one could imagine. It was truly a delightful time uud was enjoyed by each one present. Oh, this ringing la the cars: ("Hi, tills liummlitKIn Hie head! Hawking, blowing. snuMng, gasping, Watering eyes anil throat a-rasplUK, Health impaired and comfort lied, Till 1 would thai 1 were dead! What folly to suffer so with catarrhal troubles, when the worst eases of chronic eutnrrh in the head are relieved and cured by the mild, cleaning and healing properties of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Keniedy. It purifies the foul breath by removing the cause of of- fenuu, heals the sore and intlumed pas, and perfects n lusting cure. Visitors »\Vre I'erfrrtly A 111 II/.I 'll—The HlfrliU Thai An' to lie Seen—Tlio Various <:aitli(ii<'« rteprcNciif rc! hy NilfloliH mid Citizen* in t'o-tt unie—The March, In Which They All Knfriiireii, Will u (Jor. Ki'ourt Allillr—Many I'lniomnt Coinpll. ini'iiU riisHeiU.To-ulKlit'f* rrOKniiiilm'. The readers of the NKWS will remember that for several days we have been reminding them that if they missed the scene at the opening of The dates they would surely miss a treat. Our prophecies have been fulfilled, and what we predicted came to pass. When the visitors at Riverside hall last night entered the building anil beheld the spectacle which presented itself to view, one exclamation after another burst from the lips of the throng. The crowd was large, orderly and appreciative. It would be a futile attempt were we to try to describe the gorgeous scenery and the delightful effect produced. The . ladies having the matter in charge have worked hard and long for the victory which they have ac.hiuved. They may rest assured thai their labors have not been in vnin, and could they have heard the many pretty compliments passed on them last night they could not but feel that their labors arc appreciated. It is simply wonderful to seetlicef-| feet produced by the 'work of thu past few days at the hall; and we desire to assure each and every citizen in Hutchinson that if you miss seeing The Gates you will have Jmissed seeing the grandest spectacle ever before spread out. to view in this city. It must be seen to be appreciated, filtering the Auditorium, passing through that, most prosaic, but useful of gates, the "Toll date"—where tickets are delivered and entrance fees paid, we pass on through the Hutchinson Gate—an immense structure built entirely of salt in its various stages of development, from the immense crystal rocks of the mine, to the fine dairy product. lings of salt form a very natural stone wall, crystals of salt sparkle upon the arches and spires of the head of the great arch; bugs of salt are suspended from immense horns which typify the packing industries of our city, while the word Hutchinson, in various colors in suit brings a patriotic thrill to every citizen who looks upon our own gate. j On one side of the Hutchinson date the pillared portals of the Moorish city of New V'ez, give, a glimpse of the curtained mosque, the gaily bedojlced cafe where turbancd ladies dispense the native "cous-cousu." Tile gateway of ancient Stockholm is a cross—everything in Sweden move or less is in the form of a cross—under its holy shadow Swedish maidens in short skirts of many colors, with velvet bodices, long braids of blonde hair and funny cups, cry the wares of their country—Swedish bread, Swedish meat called ——— and sweet mills. The darlc land of the inquisition eeive your attention. This is a beautiful out doorseene—dykes and windmills, with the eitv in' the. distance. Hollanders pursuing outof doors work, their enston,their occupation, as is knitting, spinning, while the. mill wheels slowly turn. .lapan occupies the center of the Auditorium with a pagoda, gorgeous in effect and most attractive in its display, and in the costumes of the Yum Yums. who dispense tea in dainty cups, and whose smiles is all that is necessary to drive asvay all bitter taint that might have been caused by carelessness In the tea-drying process. The Second Regiment band rendered the programme announced in yesterday's XKWH , and the boys seemed to outdo all former endeavors. The "K. N. (5. Quickstep.'' played during the inarch of the ladies in costume evoked much favorable comment, and when it ]i was whispered that the piece was composed by Chus. Steinberger, alias Giliuoie No. 2. that gentleman was the recipient of many pleasant congratulations and high compliments, all of which the blushing dilmore acknowledged in his usual bashful and reserved manner. Yes, it was a grand success, and to appreciate the full meaning of these seeming pleasantries If Things Move so Rapidly in this vicinity tt IF YOU SIT STILL YOU ARE LOST, GET TJJP We have just received the wliieli7 byline way, are meant in all earnestness and candor, you must go and see for yourself. To-night's programme will be as follows: FIRST 1\UIT. Chorus—"America" 100 Little Uirln Duet-"Falr Jcanc-tte ..' Mrs. Itoub and Clias. Temyler Male Quartette—"Sweet and Low" Messrs, Canby. Taylor, Crawford—i TS": anclKlnklc. ^tmiroR Solo-"Kiss Waltz".Mrs. Houston Wlillc-ddi; Selcrtton hy Hand. HlX'ONll I'AHT. Chorus—"Whistling Song" Duet Mlsscrf Taylor and Slrlllnger Solo—"Yum Yum"(Mikado) Mrs. Kohh Duet—"Moonlight on the Hlilnc" Mesdamcs Duval and Colladay Solo—"Good Night Farewell" .Miss Myrtle Mitchell THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 2(1 lbs tlramtliited 51.00 21 lbs Light Brown 1.00 22 lbs New Orleans 1.00 , COFFEE, Arbuckle S .20 Midland 20 Santos 20 Mocha and Java 33}tf CANNED GOODS. 3 lb can Tomatoes S .10 3 lb can Pumpkin 10 2 lb can Corn 10 2 lb can String lleans .10 I lb can Lima lleans 0SK •osx •10 .10 .10 .10 .15 .20 .20 .20 .20 sages, Uring your magazines and books'to the NKlt'H biudery and have them neat ly bound. It is the best way to preserve tli em. • STRAWBERRIES AT »iK FURMAN'S. comes next. You pass through a massive urch of gray stone into the gay street beyond where Spanish girls dispense delicious fruits, native cigars, and discourse sweet music from guitars, lihick and yellow, the native colors of Spain, arc used chiefly in the gala trimmings of the Spanish city. The goldeu gate of Jerusalem comes next. Its silent walls and entrance hermetically closed, are brightened by the gaily attired Orientals clustered about, while a charming Rebecca dips lemonade from an old stone well. The Gypsies have pitched their tent not far from the walls of Jerusalem. A camp-kettle swung on three, cross- sticks bubbles merrily, while the gorgeously clad Zineali reads fortunes by its dim light and the light of the future. Next the sea discloses its marvels An immense shell opens to disclose against a pearly and rose pink background beautiful mermaids at play— grothes, sea mosses, beautiful shells and corals, the treasures of the deep. I'aris is visited now—the gale of Paris—a mass of vines, (lowers and delicate colors, dray stone pillows surmounted by statuary, a large arch draped in the colors of the country, and French peasants in dainty colors selling llowers about the gate. Then there is Venice with an arched stone bridge in the foreground. Venice the city of sky and sea. Its palaces loom in the background which form a black and gold gondola beneath the archway, Italian peasants offer the sweets of carnival time. It is a beautiful picture. The seven white marble columns of Rome next loom in sight. They are draped in as free eurnival time in the Roman colors, purple, gold and white. Roman women in classic gowns gracefully preside at this gateway. The Minarets of Constantinople next catch the eye. The Turkish "star and ereseenC'lloats above a great grey archway, through which are glimpses of balconies and capo's' with the veiled beauties of Stumhul moving noislessly about. "The unspeakable Turk'' is surely not far oil'. The dykes of Holland /u-e next to re (,'imimeutn. When the ladies of Hutchinson set to work to accomplish a thing, it is as good as done. The men were compelled to admit that they are not in the same race with the ladies in getting up entertainments. The ladies of Hutchinson beat the. world, when they undertake to accomplish a task. Many very pleasant compliments were passed concerning the gorgeous display at the Gates. The wooden shoes of the Hollanders are equal to a triangle in assistihg to keep step in a march. The tramp, tramp can be heard by the soft-mocca- sined ladies. The ladies representing the sea made one almost imagine that the waves of the ocean were before him. Dutch buttermilk, ice cold, sold at .1 cents per glass. No smiles were thrown in. for fear of sweetening the milk. The men stood with their facial apertures spread, and could only say: "Who would have thought that the ladies could do so much alone." The fact of the matter is, the ladies always give better entertainments and have nicer displays, when the bungling hands of the men are. conspicuous for their absence. The Sunflowers worn by the Hutch inson Indict, were very realistic, and made one expect to find the ever present humming bird or the bumblebee. And loolc over our summer suits for men and boys, following good values: 200 men's light colored Cassimere suits, at $4, worth $7 250 men's light colored silk face Cass, suits, 5, worth 8 420 men's light, medium and dark Cassimere and worsted suits, at $6.50, worth $10. See oar line of ST. 88, glO, S12 and SIS suits. They arc eye openers, and we know by the number we are selling the cannot be equaled. MEN'S ODD PANTS. Have you seen our Moleskin 70-eent pants, and over 20 stylos of Cottonade at the same price? Our SI line is the Cottonades made—sold elsewhere at $1.50 a pair. Our 32 wool pants we brag on. We know they are sold elsewhere at S2.50 and 83. Our S3,33.50, 84, 83, SO and 37 pants are tailor made and the best in the market. lb can Succotash 2 lb can Peas 2 lb can Blackberries 2 lb can Raspberries 2 lb can Gooseberries 2 lb can Strawberries 3 lb can Peaches •1)4 lb can California Peaches... 2J.j IV) can California Apricots..: 2J=; lb can California Green Gage 2'ii lb can California Kgg Plums 2'4 lb can California Pears U14 lb can California Quinces Sii lb can California Cherries... Gallon can California Peaches.. Gallon can California Currants.. Gallon can California Gooseber's Gallon can Apples 1 lb can Mackerel: 1 lb can Salmon 1 lb can Oysters. 2 lb can Oysters. SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Beans 3 lbs Rice 25 li lbs Out Meal 2.1 5 lbs Bulk Starch 25 Sour Pickles, per gallon 25 I Jams 11 Breakfast Bacon , .11 Lard., ' -I" Iii Summer Coats and Vests we show a line second to none, from 25c to $10. Yes, we mean what we say, In Straw Hats, oh, my! from 5 cents to $2. If you want a nobby one, we have the latest. Deal with us and get the best for the least money, because we are the acknowledged UTCHINSOrf, KANS: LOW PRICES 1 IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATSJ THE Hutchinson -. Music COMPANY. ncu.Kiis IN $100 IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY.| To the party or parties guessing the time, or nearest the time it will take our candle to burm The cand'.e is 12 inches in diameter, about . 33}*,' inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 18112. WHERRELL CURE. >'e\v A. O. V. W. OllU 'ers. At a regular meeting of Hutchinson lodge, No. 77. A. O. U. W., last night, the following officers were elected for the ensuing terra of six months: Master Workman—II. W. Gleason. Foreman—M. Watson. Overseer—J. I). Wiener. Recorder—A. W. Mclvinuey. Kinuneier—11. N. Johnston. Receiver—C. II. Menke. Guide—Frank F. Davis. Inside Watchman—It. Wampler, Jr. Outside Watchman —George Washington Childs Shannon. Medical Examiners—A. W. McKinuey and It. B. Wilson. Trustees (short term")—J. W. Ilal't- man. Trustee (long term)—W. L. Johnston. The meeting was quite large and enthusiastic. There wore two initiations far the evening, which preceded the election. , The I.UKI month 1 will be in business in Ilutchinsun is the month of J uue. 1 am bound to close out my stock and will furnish punts for the actual cost of the goods and SI to pay for cutting and making. A bargain. GAII.VN'S PANTS PAIU.OII. " —— Pianos and Organs. LARGEST STOCK West of the Missouri River. Only first class goods handled. All thoroughly guaranteed.- A full stook of sheet music and musical merchandise. Piano tuning department in charge of J. A. Mc GAUGUAY. Write for terms and prices. Hutchinson, - - - Kansas, I -^ire ATTENTION, Brother TT. O. T. Senior Councilor directs me to call a special meeting of Hutchinson Council No. 34 U. C. T., on SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE II, at 8 o'clock sharp. Business of importance to transact. Your presence is earnestly re quested. BKN'G. KKANE, , Secretary. Several brnnches.treatandcuRtt the LIQUOR, MOKI'HINU and TOBACCO habits. These institutes are the only ones authorized touse the original and gen­ uine Ei-Chloride of Gold Remedies. All remedies used are absolutely safe and sure in action. TSB.KS, $60 for the Cnre, or $*s a week, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, 1 ' CAixTOii no N. Main 3t. TOBACCO CURE. J. H. IF 1 . PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a line line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NOIITO MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Are as llexible and dainty as the fin est turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the cork acting asa cushion to the foot. Are the most healthful shoes made, as cork.its a non-conductor of heat and cold. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, damp or rough walks. The cork is secured in a pocket, which is sewed in with tho seam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For sale by SYOUNG BROS. OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. He has just received a large invoice of BLANK BROS.' FAMOUS CANDIES, THE BEST MADE. Every MAN who would know tuo GRAND TRUTHS, tho rialll Facs, tho Ola SoorotH and tho Now Discoveries of Muitlcul Soloncio oa applied to Married I.lfu. Hliould wrllo for our wonderful Utile liook, called "A THKATI8B gpit MKN ONLY"." To any oarnoit umn wo will mall one ropy entirely free, in plain aualod cover. "A rufupo from tlio quacks." THE ERIK MEOICAU CO., BUFFALO, N. V.

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