HUTCHINSON DAILY HT5WS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8,1892. More than One Hundred and Thirty- Four Millions of Dollars Am behind the Indemnity we offer. Look ivt the list: tiertnan limCc), Krecport. III. « 3,n"l,221 H Ki >y;0 )nnC». lilvcrvoo]. Eng. " American Ins Co.Newark.N ,r Hoyl.sion lufl Oo.Hoston. Man* British American I nit Co. Toronto. Canada Concordia Klrc In» Co. Milwaukee, Win Karrajful Fire Inn Co. NY ... IlainbuiR Hreincn In« Co. (Jorinanv Milwaukee Mechanics Ins Co, Milwaukee. WIH New Hampshire r'lre Inn Co, New Haven Providence Washington Im Co. Ill ..... I'eopleR'Vlrc In* Co, NH Oueen lnsCo, of America syndicate InnCo.Mlnneapolis Ht Paul P and M. St l'aul, Minn Metropolitan Plate GIZIHH. ... Lloyd's Hate (Jinan. N. Y fidelity and Cacuality, N. Y. Onion Central 1,1 fc Ins. Co., Clnn.O 8,003,H22 04 Commercial Union Ins. CD.. London, Kng ln,li70.0S4 00 Northwestern National 1,(130,24 2 00 Williamsburg CRY ot N. Y. . l,B27,17a 00 Westchester of N. Y l.HHB.fiOl 00 HurlliiKton of HurllnKton.Ia. 401,112 00 Manchester of Manchester, Kite 3,047.014 00 Franklin Klre of I'M), Pa.... :i,17:i.477 00 /Ktna of Hartford. Conn .'I7..'l!i7,2.'fti on Kmployers Liability 1,775.700 00 American Casualty Ins. Co... 2,208,MH> 00 3r>',742,40il 00 2,1H2,4'.M 00 IU5,K0II 00 iina.nnu oo :1[I7,7'.'.'I 00 i,on8,:ior> oo 1,804,1511 HI I,H:«I.DIII 00 1.48(1.003 00 Ba4,a7i u 3,0110.470 00 ;iH!),ft54 00 3,017,804 00 ,'|li3,»(l4 00 302,004 00 1,387,0117 00 Total «l:H,»41!,»H8 33 In these companies we insure all kinds of property against fire, lightning, tornadoes, cyclones and windstorms; insure plate glass against accidents; write nearly fifty different plans of life insurance policies; insure against accidents of all kinds; issue accident tickets, and do many other things that lack of space provents our telling here. We also Insure Growing Crops Against Hail. Winne & Winne, TELEPHOKE NO, 11 CORNER AVENUE A anil MAIN. Hutchinson, Kan. At Kansas City. The Exposition Driving Park asso ciation promise to the lovers of good horse racing plenty of good sport tills coming season. They have several meetings, the first of which is dated from June 32 to .luly 12. Among the good stahles now at St. Louis, from which Secretary Cunning, ham obtained promises to come to Kansas City, to attend this meeting are the following: Mesnuite stable, with 0 head; E Hill. 0;O. 15. Ilildrcth, «: A. Weber, '!'. A. Cook, Tom Hums. LI. T. liatehel- or, Feeuey i Bros., Ilughlet & Hughes and P. II. Butler, (1 each; George t-jtro- bel, R O. l'atiberg and W. Itulkcy, 5 each; J. McCarty, Barney Schreiber, A. Williams, L. W. Benson and R. 11, •Jenkins, 4 each; h. Huber, 3, and A. Hatchet and 8. Lusby, 3 each. These stables iuulvule such good horses as Corticelli, Defendant, Grafton, Reve <l'0r, Texas (lirl, Vedettee, ,lim Dunn, Minora, Duke of Kent, Sir kauncelot, l'eregal, Charlie Wilson, and Brazos The association is making largo ad ditions to their stables and grand stand, and the grounds are in elegant shape for a race meeting. They have also secured special rates on the o various railroads, which will give our citizens an opportunity to visit Kansas 'City and attend the best race meeting *ever held in the west. Jones In this Man, A number of traveling men were discussing politics at the Santa I'c last night, when the subject turned from national to local politics. While the gentlemen in (nicstion were not all of the same political complexion they were a unit on the subject of J. W. Jones' candidacy for congress. It was given as the opinion of each one that, after having traveled all over the district :i number of times the past few months, and hearing the merits of the candidates discussed, it was as good as settled that the Republicans of the Big Sovenlh would reap a great victory should Jones be the nominee; tl.at his strength among the masses is simply wonderful. They also expressed themselves in the belief that the general demand for his nomination was so strong that he will bo nominated on the first ballot. It is doubtless Iruo that .Tories is the strongest man in the district. Improved Order of lied Men. A camp of the above order was instituted in this city last night by Deputy Dixon of Wichita, assisted by the team from the same city. There were 45 charter members, and the work of making "braves" occupied nearly the entire night. The visitors wore quartered at the Brunswick, from which place they marched in full uniform to the A. O. U. W. hall, where the insti tution took place. The following officers were elected. P. 0. S.—A. H. Kooltzer. G. S.—F. Knyder. 0. S. S.—1I.E. Duncan. G. J. S.—E. P. (lalinp. G. C. R.—W. ,1. Duval. G. K. W.—Jus. McKinstry. The next meeting of the council will be held on the setting of the sun of the Uth of the hot moon..The Wicbi- tuins were very much pleased with the manner in which they were treated by the boys here, and expressed their surprise at the large list of charter members. The name of the camp bus not been determined upon yet, neither the next place of meeting: but the public in the region of last nights camp suggest that they occupy the fair grounds, or pitch their tent on the summit of the sand hills. bytcrian church always make their suppers a success and undoubtedly this one will be one. They will also serve coffee and cake to those who do not wish ice cream. Notice. St. John's Military school in Snlina closed to-day for a three, mouths' vacation. The Rev. Professor Hill who has been professor in chemistry rtnrt physics there for two years will therefore be relieved from his professional duties'at the school for that length of time. He will make his home in the Episcopal rectory in this city and can be consulted there on church affairs at any time. From Ocenn to Ocoau. The St. Felix sisters are returning from a three years' tour from ocean to ocean, and have been a howling success. Their present tour has extended from the Atlantic ocean to the Pacific, and they, are now on their way east again. Opera house managers recommend them highly. They will play here Friday night nt the opera house. • Drow the Uurro. At the guessing of the number of pins in the cushion at Goldberg's, Henry Ratzloff of Buhler, guessed nearest the number. His guess was was 3,025, and there were 3,010 pins in the cushion. He received the burro named "Romeo." Fay Smith, in the presence of Mayor Vincent, counted the pins. Where to Ftiul Them. The place to find tickets for the matinee to-morrow is at II. D. Winslow 's book store. Twenty-five cents buys a ticket to the matinee and pays your way out and back on the street cars. Remember the place H. D. Winslow's book store. Nice Homes. A lady from Wichita was overheard to say to a well known banker in the city this morning; "Of course I live in Wichita and 1 think it is a good town. But for nice residences, beautiful kept lawns and a prety town, Hutchinson is far in advance of us." This is only repetition of what nearly every visitor to this city says. And it ought to be a pleasant reminder to those who have not yet beautified their homes, as they should do so, as well as a compliment to those who pride themselves in making everything around them shine as the rays of the sun. Paint up, plant flowers, sow your lowns and thus beautify the city as well as your own homes. Try King of Knnsas Flour, 81.25 a sack Price List of The Last Month I will be in business in Hutchinson is the mouth of June. I um bound to close out my stock and will furnish pants for the actual cost of the goods and SI to pay for cutting and making. A bargain. GAIIAX'S PANTS PAIU.OU. Commercial Cluh* The Commercial club held a very interesting session last night, and adjourned to meet again to-night. As there is business of importance up for consideration it is expected that every member will be present. Vour Choice.. You can have your choice of ice cream, strawberries, or coffee and cake at the festival to be given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church, Friday night, in the UpdegnvfE building, corner of Main and Sherman. THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 20 lbs Granulated $1.00 21 lbs Light Brown 1.00 23 lbs New Orleans 1.00 COFFEE, Arbuckle S .20 Midland 20 Santos 20 Mocha and Java ,. A. . .33X CANNED GOODS. , 3 lb can Tomatoes '. .8 .10 3 lb can Pumpkin .10 2 lb can Corn..,. ' .... .10 2 lb can String Beans .10 2 lb can Lima Beans DBH 2 lb can Succotash 08% 2 lb can Peas 08^ 2 lb can Blackberries "10 2 lb can Raspberries 10 2 lb can Gooseberries. 10 2 lb can Strawberries .10 3 lb can Peaches 15 2K lb can California Peaches... .20 1% lb can California Apricots.. : .20 3 !tf lb can California Green Gage .20 2H lb can California Egg Plums .20 2Js lb can California Pears 25 2 M lb can California Quinces 20 2>iJ lb can California Cherries.. . .20 Gallon can California Peaches.. .40 Gallon can California Currants.. .40 Gallon can California Gooseber's .40 Gallon can Apples 25 1 lb can Mackerel: 10 1 lb can Salmon 15 1 lb can Oysters 10 2 lb can Oysters 17% SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Beans 8 3 lbs Rice fi lbs Oat Meal. 25 5 lbB Bulk Starch .25 Sour Pickles, per gallori Hams 11 Breakfast Bacon. 11 Lard :. .10 FOR WEDNESDAY. Star Clothiers* Cut-Price Sale No. 1—200 doz men's summer linen coats for 15c, worth 50c. No. 2—300 dozen men's flannel coats and vests $1, worth $1.75. No. 3—260 men's pants, your choice for $li They are worth from $150 to $3. No. 4—3O0 boys' moleskin pants at 50c each, worth $1. No. 5—50 dz boys' waists at 10c, worth 25c. No. 6—10 dozen boys' pants, 5c, worth 15c. No. 7—50 dozen boys' pants, 10c, worth 20c. No. 8—100 dozen boys' pants, 25c, worth*35c and 50c. No. 9—70 dozen ties, your choice for 5c, worth 10c to 25c. No. 10—20 doz men's shirts, 30c, worth SOc. COME EARLY. We have never offered such bargains before. We need the room for our coming fall stock in July. Only* one of the above articles sold to each Person, LEADERS OF There's a patent medicine which iB not a patent medicine—paradoxical as that may sound. It is a discovery! the golden discovery of medical »ci- «ncc! It's the medicine for yon—tired, run-down, exhausted, nevve-wasted men and women; for you sufferers from disease of skin or scalp, liver or lungs—its chanco is with everyone, its season always, because it aims to purify the fountain of life—the blood- upon which all such diseases depend. The medicine is Dr. Pierce's Golden ( Medical DiBeovery. The makers of it have enough confidence in it to sell it on trial. That is—you can get it from your druggist, and if it doesn't do what it's claimed to do you can get your money back, overy cent of it That's what the makers call taking the risk of their words. Letter List. The following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Hutchinson post office, June », 1892. LADIES' LIST. COX.MIBS Anna McKce, Mrs Aflalinf: Jordan, Mrs Ann Roberts, Miss Jessie Welden, Mrs Cecelia. GENTLEMAN'S LIST. BowRon, Charles Brown, Mark I* Dyer, U Draper, C B Jasper, J H Tomes, Ben Moore, DW Moore, E B Oneal, W O Pickens, Henry Ray Delle, RcaK Spaulfllne, John Tiny, little, sugar-coated granules, are what Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are. The best Liver Pill evor invented; active, yet mild in operation; cure sick and billious headaches. One a dose, Attention, Ludltift. Attend the special sale of dress goods at the New York Racket, in the College block on Thursday. On that day the Racket will beat all bargains ever offered in Hutchinson on dress goods. They 'have tho stock and are determined to sell them. Don't fall to attend their special sale. Ovor l*ro<!u«tlou. It is reported that the population of tho oily has been increased by nineteen pairs of twins sinco the enumerator made his report in 1891. There lias also been a little increase in the muinbor of children of school ages Notluv tuclorkn. All the clerics of the city are urgently reijneBted to moot at the lirunswick hotel, to-night at 8 o'clock, as business •of importance is up for consideration. COMMUTKK. Taylor, Mr & Mrs J B Taber, Alfred P.O. Box 44. Parties caUing for any of the above list please say advertised. WILSON MCCANDLESS , Postmaster. The Sunset. A large number of persons in various parts of the city report the most beautiful sunset last evening that'they have ever seen. A few clouds of wonderfully brilliant hue were to be seen, •upon which were reflected all the colors of the rainbow. There was something bordering upon the nature of a mirage also seen at the same time. There is nothing especially ominous in connection with the sight, but for a beautiful sunset, a view from the Kansas prairies is the most beautiful on earth. Sunday School Picnic. . The children of the Episcopal Sunday school will picnic in Cole's grove to-morrow. The children will assemble at Guild hall at 10 o 'clock u. m., and go in a body to the picnic ground. Some Foolish People Allov•> cold to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "0, it will wear away," but inmost cases it wears them away. Could they be induced to try the successful medicine called Kemp 's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the excellent effect after taking the dose. Price 60 cents and SI. Trial size free. At all druggists. Onions for Coughs uud Colds. There is no remedy that acts more promptly on the throat, lungs and ehest than Onion Syrup. It loosens the phlegm, enabling you to throw it off. It relieves that tightness and oppressive feeling in the chest and all soreness of the lungs. As a tonic and restorative it has no equal. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup is medicated in a manner so as to be more effectual than the plain syrup and not have any taste or odor of the onions, making it very pleasant to take. Sold at 50 cents by C. B. Window, druggist. The Handsomest Luuy hi Hutchinson Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew that Kemp 's Balsam for the throat was a superior remedy, as it had stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you of its merit, any drugist will give you a sample bottle FREE. Large sive 50c and 81. THE Hutchinson s Music COMPANY. G-ET YOUR STRAWBERRIES RASPBERRIES This week at To Whom it May Couoeru. I hereby give notice to fathers and mothers 4 of Hutchinson and surroundings, that I will no longer permit with impunity the trespass of boys, by Ashing, hunting, bathing and robbing birds' nests, on ray premises, nor will I permit boys and young men to go bathing on the public highway within twenty rods of ray house, but will prosecute to the full extent of the law the above offences. A word to the wise as sufficient. It D. J. COLE. H UTCHINSON OPERA HOUSE, W. A. LOE, Manager- Street cars at the door after entertainment, UEALKKSIN Pianos and Organs. LARGEST STOCK West of the Missouri River. Only first class goods handled. All thoroughly guar anteed. A full stock of sheet music and musica merchandise. Instruments Repaired Piano tuning department in charge of J. A. Mo GAUGHAY. Write for terms and prices. Hutohjnson, - - - Kansas LOW ANS. PRICES N CLOTHING-, MENS FURNISHINO-S & HATS S100 IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest tho time it will take our candle to burn. Tho candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33}^ inches in circumference and S feet S inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1882. MC AIM MON SALT BATHS, HOT BATHS, COLD BATHS. | No. 20 North Main Street. Open on Sunday until noon. ; J. ~EL. F\ IPI_.A.TE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on liand a tine, line of Teas, and a full ] line of Groceries. £ NO. 113 NORTHIMAIN STBRET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. One night only, FRIDAY, JUNE 10 •J2 North Ualn St. FURMAN'S. Will Lay the Corner Ntuu«. The Masonic fraternity of Arlington will lay the corner stone of the new M. E. church at that place on Friday. June 24. Tho ceremonies of the order upon such occasions arc very pretty and impressive, and there will doubtless be a large crowd present. • There will be soveral members of the order from this city attend the ceremonies. le« C'ronni and 8tr »wherrloH. The ladies of tho l'resbyterian church will give an ice cream und strawberry festival Friday night in the Updegraff building, corner of Main and Sherman. The ludics of the l'rcs- The world famous St.Felix Sisters and their own company of comedians in a grand sceuic production of the latest New York success, MONTIE Special Scenery. Handsome Costumes. Prices of Admission. 50 and 75 cen^B SEATS OK SHE ill OPERA HOUSE BOOK STORE Low Shoes for Hot Weather. All the New Styles in Ladies' Fine Bootees, Prince Alberts, Oxford Ties, Southern Ties \ and Opera Slippers. G-entlemen's Oxford and Southern Ties, at YOUNG BROS. ' Ni>. 12 North Main. If so, see L. G. DUPLER, E OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN.] He haB juBt received a large invoice of BLANK BROS." FAMOUS CANDIES^ THE BEST MADE. JZvon MAN who would knoirtboGUANDTUDTna, tho Plain Fao. Old soorota and tho Now UisooTorlos of MedloM Bolonoo us upull M 1 fe.,."J 10, ! d wrllol for our wondei-rul little buoki < 3 TBHATISIS k'OU MBN LW.Y." 5o any o»nio»t nuin wo will dm «opy Katlroly IVee, in plalh sealed covor, "A refuno from theqw THE ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. V.
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