The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 9, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, June 9, 1892
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More than One Hundred and Thirty- Four Millions of Dollars Arc behind the indemnity we offer. I/uoU lit, the lint,: di'rman InsCo. Krecpnrl. ill. S 2,071.:::>] 14 ltoyal ln«f'o, Liverpool, Eng. :i*i.T4i !,4o :j 00 American Ins Co.Ncwark.N .1 QLOOKS LIKE BUSINESS. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE INO SOME GOOD WORK. DO- Itoylftton InsV.'v>.lloslon. Mas^ llrftlsti American IIIHCO . To •" routo. Canada Concordia Fire Inn Oo, Milwaukee. \VH Karranut i'ire IntiCo. N V... Hamburg Mrernen Jns Co, Oermanv Milwaukee Meehanlr .slnH Co, Milwaukee. Win New H.iTiliiHhire Klre InH Co, Nvtw iiavt'n '.ProvMrn'-e W.'l.slllllKton Ins Co, i; i . I'voplt*' Fire Ins Co, N II Queen Ins Co, of America Ny ml Irate Ins Co, Minneapolis .SI. Paul i' ami M. St Paul, Minn Metropolitan Plate <;!ans . MoyiVp Plate (Haas, N. Y Fidelity anil Casuallty. N. Y. Union Central l.lfc Inn. Co.. Oiun.O ....... Commercial Union Ins. Co., London, Kng NorthweKiern National Williamsburg City oi N. Y... Westchester of N. V flurllnglon of HurllnKton.Ia. Mancliester of Manchester. IVOR Franklin Fire of Phil, Pa... .Ktnaoi Hartford, Conn Kmiiloyer* Liability • • American Casualty Ins. Co... Total ' SiiM .tMti .rmH «» In these companies we insure all kinds of property against tire, lightning, tornadoes, cyclones and wmd- nlonitti insure pin to 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 prevents our telling here. We also Insure Growing Crops Against Hail, Winne & Winne, TfUPyGH 10, N. COMER Mlltfiri Mill. Hutchinson, Kan. lH'.'.'P.'t 00 »tr >,Hon no 1M.H7K 00 iiaa.iioo oo ••im.yvi oo i,iuffe.:in .~i oo 1.KS4.I.W 10 i .H ;m,iiin oo MKII.IIIKI on «ii4 ,:iri. ii :i.onu ,47u «« :i»:i .riS4 oo i.\017,SII4 oo HflS.lllM oo :lll!!,Mli4 00 l.oK7,Uli~ 00 K.00:l,H'J:i 04 in ..-i70.0.14 00 i,n:i <V!4!! oo l.riS7,17ll 00 1.085.0111 00 4111,11J 00 2,047.1114 00 .'1,17M.4 77 00 :i7 ,:ii »7 ,'j ;i8 us •1.TW.700 00 'J,20X,r>ll» 00 Keslrlelloiix In Gyvllng. If those of our wheelmen who think that the ordinances in this and other cities are stringent on the subject of bicycle riding, let liim read the following from the Scottish Cyclist, concerning Herman laws on the subject: "A new law lias just been passed (whether for the. (Iceman Kmpirc, or for Rome state only, we cannot now recall) which seriously affects cyclists there. Every rider must now be li- ccused by the authorities, must carry bis registered number in large figures on an enamelled plate which can be seen from cither side, besides another plate bearing the same inscription in the rear of his machine. His lamp, also, must bear the registered number. Pace has been reduced to a mere craw), and he must not pass a pedestrian closer thau l )ij yards. He must absolutely dismount in the presence of horned cattle, and walk beyond them to a safe distance before resuming his saddle. There are many more, imposing restrictions, but we cannot . remember sufficient of a casual conver- versation to recount them. Our friend promised to send us 11 Herman paper containing the full text, and if it •comes we will reproduce it in our best translation as 11 curiosity. We don't mean that the translation will be the •curiosity—we mean the new German law. But we are anticipating. There's a patent medicine which is not a patent medicine—paradoxical aB that may sound. It is a discovery! the golden discovery of medical science! It's the medicine for you—tired, run-down, exhausted, nerve-wasted men and women; for you sufferers from disease of Bkin or scalpj*liver or lungs—its chance is with everyone, its season always, because it aims to purify the fountain of lift) —the blood— upon ivhich all such diseases depend. The medicine is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The makers of it liuvo 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 yon can get your money back, every cent of it. That's what the makers call taking the rlBk of their words. Our Citizen* Are Anfllvorlitjr to the Call orthe. Fourth oCluly Committor In (loud Hlmpe—Kach One. l>etermluetl Thai Our Celebration Shall Ontntrlp All former ISmlraTors. No one dreamed but that wonderful success would attend the efforts of the fourth of .luly committee, but none expected that the tiling would be so successful "on sight." We have as magnanimous a class of citizens as any city on earth; those who love home and city, and who are desirous that the outside world shall sec what we have t and that they should come and aid us in celebrating the occasion which is so dear to all American hearts. It seems now that we will have a celebration that will be a most creditable affair in every sense of the word. There is no doubt of it if our enterprising business and professional men keep up the guit they have started out in. There is not a day that we do not hear something concerning those of our sister towns and cities who express a desire to celebrate witli us, and we should not leave anthing undone that would in any way add to their comfort and pleasure. The entertainment committee is doing a good work, quietly but effective, and our trades display committee give warning now, that our business men will be expected to furnish a sight which will Vie gorgeous, to say the least of it. You have plenty of time; so put your wits to work, and let us have such a demonstration as lias never been seen in the -state. Do not wail for some one to call upon you to ask what you are going to do, but resolve yourself into a committee of one, and {immediately take hold of the matter "for keeps."' This will encourage the committee and will insure success. Hicks says that we will have a nice, cool day for the. coles oration, and for once let us take his word for it and celebrate as becomes the great city which we are. Tiny, little, sugar-coutcd granules are what Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are. The best Liver Pill ever invented; active, yet mild in operation; cure sick and billious headaches. One a dose. M 'hy lie Kulmerllted, Yesterday a gentleman stepped into the counting room of the NKWS office, and made the following remark: "I want to live in peace at home and to do tlmt I have got to have the NEWS sent to my house. My wife complains that she don't know about the bargoin sales of the different stores in the city until ufter they are all over, and she wants the NEWS SO she can read the advertisements and keep posted. The NKWH now goes to his address and an other lady has been made happy. Spneirtl Meeting. The Sons of Rest had a special meeting yesterday. Secretary Shunk filed charges against Treasurer Guhan and said charges are now being weighed by Organizer Cowan, which may lead to the treasurer's suspension. The charges are that the treasurer has been guilty of too ranch manual labor, having actually drawn and carried a distance of forty feet a gallon of oil. The Sons of Rest arc determined that none of their members shall do any work. Early Closing. The clerks held a sort of congratulation meeting last night over the success they are having in the early closing movement. % It looks now as if other branches of business would fol low in the wake of the clothing and dry goods men and close their stores at 0:30. The hardware, and boot and shoe men are the branches of business now talking of closing at that hour. Ice Cream and Struwuerrlex, The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give an ice cream and strawberry festival Friday night in the Updegraff building, corner of Main and Sherman. The ladies of the Presbyterian 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. Cloning Hours. Our neighboring city has taken up the subject of closing their business houses after a certain fixed hour in the evening. Not only have the dry goods houses closed, but out of eighty gro. eery stores iD Wichita, all but six have agreed to luid are closing at 7:30 in the evening. We are glad to see the move become so general over this city and hope to see more go into the same .coutraet. At Mol'httrson. Messrs. Young and Allen attended » gun club shooting tournament at Me Phcrson yesterday and as usual oar- Vied off the honors for Hutchinson Owing to the high wind only two sweepstakes were shot. 1 n both shoots Allen divided first money and Young second money, GET YOUR CHRRIES, STRAWBERRIES and RASPBERRIES This weak at FURMAiyS. ocean, and have been a howling success. Their present tour lifts 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 at the opera house. Timolol. At the regular meeting of the. Ladies' Columbian Club on Wednesday the entertainment committee embodied in their report the following resolutions which were unanimously endorsed by the club: Thanks arc clue to Mr. Digger for many courtesies shown to the committees having The Gates in charge. Thanks are also due the NKWS Publishing company for many favors, to the Clipper and tho Democrat; to Mr. Thompson and Albert Thompson and Mr. McLaws, for assistance rendered. Also to Andy Johnson, Wright and Bob Moore for voluntary services. Thanks ore due to Ii. G. Duplet' & Co., for five pounds of coffee. Wright ic Todd*for S2.00 worth of sugar, Urchin, sugar, eggs and dishes, Mr. E. II. Wilcox, groceries and also for other favors, Mr. Colin Campbell for groceries, to all the lumber companies for liberal donations, to the Hutchinson Manufacturing company for donations and loans, also the loan of one of their Peerless refrigerators, to the Hutchinson Hardware company, for most liberal donations, P. Martin & Co., 810.00, .!. D. Wiener &, Co., 220 yards cambric, Mr. Penny for the loan of piano, Mr. Ed. Look, drayage, MeGee, drayage, to Upshaw & Uiship for loans and drayage, to Willett for loans to Jlr. .1. K. Redhead, for continuous supply of ice. to Mayor Vincent for policemen and watchman, to Johnson, florist, for loans, to Ellsworth, florist, for loans, to Emerson Carey, the lion Ton, Platte the Hutchinson creamery, Mr. Wilson for milk, to Kendrick & Co., to Mr. Stewart for plumbing, to the Kansas Salt company, "Vincent Salt coir, pany. Water Power company, South Hutchinson Iron Works, Messrs. Wood- nutt, Underwood, Crawford, Mr. Wood, Mr. Prank Wood, Geo. Chilson, Clay Allen, Mr. Cary,to Mr. Allen for telephone Mr. E. Wilcox and Mr. A. Wilcox for their assistance, to th« Columbian club for loan of statuary, Sidlinger it Co.. druggists, to Nelson Bros, for nails, Krouse & Co. ^or nails, to Mr- Ford, artist, for drawings, to Coburn & DeTar for reduced prices, to A. E. Smith & Co., for reduction in insurance rates, last, but by no means least to the Second Regiment band, for their liberal cdonations of music for the three evenings of The Gates. Resolutions of thanks wei'e also of. ferred 1 for the musical committee and the committee on tableaux and to the citizens generally who <;ontribntcd to make The Gates a success. To tho Front. A. D. Itutler, who resides at 228 east Fifth, was met by a NKWS reporter this morning and asked to tell what he knew. Mr. Itutler, who is the proprietor of tho Nickerson mill said he was fixing up and improving his mill property and also working up a handsome trade in this city, in faefcj the Nickerson flour was coming rapidly , to the front. ! • (f .TXADE MAHJ< PATENT^ LEAVENWORTH. Try King of Kansas Flour, »l.S5as*clt. Price List of <fc CASH THE GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 20 lbs Granulated 1 81.00 21 lbs Light Brown 1.0(1 22 lbs New Orleans 1.00 COFFEE, Arbuekle S .20 Midland • 20 Santos 20 Moeha and Java 33X CANNED GOODS. 3 lb can Tomatoes .'. .S .10 3 lb can Pumpkin... 10 3 lb can Corn 10 2 lb can String Means. 10 3 lb can Lima Beans 08% 2 lb can Succotash 08 H 2 lb can Peas .0SK 2 lb can Blackberries 10 2 lb can Raspberries 10 2 lb can Gooseberries 10 2 lb can Strawberries. W 3 lb can Peaches IS 2!^ lb can California Peaches... .20 '1H lb can California Apricots..: .20 2M lb can California Green Gage .20 2}-i lb can California Egg Plums .20 2J4 lb ean California Pears 25 2K lb can California Quinces 20 2 H 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 ean Salmon 15 1 lb can Oysters 10 2 lb can Oysters l"H SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Beans S -25 3 lbs Rice 25 (i lbs Oat Meal 5 lbs Bulk Starch Sour Pickles, per gallon Hams v It Breakfast Bacon , .11 Lard :. -10 * FOR WEDNESDAY.w Star Clothiers^ Cut-Price Sale No. 1—200 doz men's stimmer linen coats for 15c, worth 50c. No. 2—300'dozen men's flannel coats and vests $1, worth $1.75. ^ No. 3—260 men's pants, your choice for$l. They are worth from $1-50 to $3. : No. 4—300 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. k Your 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 Updegraff building, corner of Main and Sherman. A SuccesH. The strawberry and ice cream festi val given by tho Ladies Aid society of the Uuiversalist church last evening was a decided success. The ladies did better than they anticipated owing to the strong wind of yesterday. They served ice cream, cake, strawberry short cake, and strawberries and cream, aud netted a neat sum for their church treasury. Kevival MeetluK. Everybody invited to attend yie revival meeting at the old Free Meth- odiBt church to begin Sunday, Juno. 12, under the excellent management or Rev. Belty, an evangelist of the U v 4i. church, wlio will be assistod byjftev. Morgan, recently of Ohio, and qlher Notice. St. Felix Sisters and their of comedians iu "Moutie" night at the opera hi probably be tho fast play in this season. You should nc if you wish to see a good pl^iy From Octtut. to Oetjw The St. Folix sistors a,ve returning from a three years' touiif rom oeeau to bmpany morrow , will he house fail to go OiiloiiH for CoughK ufld Cold*. There is no remedy that acts more promptly on the throat, lungs and chest than Onion Syrup. It loosens the phlegm, enahling you to throw it off. It relieves that tightness and oppressive feeling in the chest and all soreness of the Inngs. As a tonie 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 syrhp and not have any taste or odor of tho onions, making it very pleasant to take. Sold at 50 cents by C. BJ Winslow, druggist. 8-31 H UTCHINSON OPERA HOUSE. W. A. LOE, Manager- street cars at the door after entertainment THE chinson: Music COMPANY. 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 eacli Person. iSkj^ LEADERS ^ OF LOW PRICES IN OLOTHING-, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS 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 burn. The candle is 12 inches in diameter; about 33X inches in circumference and S feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. UEALKltS IN Pianos and Organs. LARGEST STOCK West of the Missouri Qiver. Only first class goods handled. All thoroughly guaranteed. A full stock of sheet music and musical merchandise. Instruments Repaired Piano tuning department in charge of J. A. Mc OAUGIIAY. Write for terms and prices. Hutchinson, - - - Kansas. • i !•»• and teams that are Handsome Steppers, Go to the LIVERY BARN a ~««'g^le OF On First Avenue West. One night only, FRIDAY, JUNE 10 The world famous St.Felix Sisters and their own company of comedians in a grand scenic production, of the, latest New York success, MONTIE Special Scenery. Handsome Costumes, Prices of Admission. 50 and 75 cen^B SEATS QN SALE AT 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. Gentlemen's Oxford and Southern Ties, at YOUNG BROS. No. 13 North Main. SMITH, MILLER & CARPENTER Telephone No. 13» J. -JE£. F\ PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keepkconstantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full ine of Groceries. NO. 113\J0RTH".MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, If so, see L.G.PUPLER, OF HUTCHINSON. 2^\SOUTH MAIN. He has just received a la^geS^^'oice of BLANK BROS.' FAMOUSl CANDIES, THE BEST MAD E)| BvOTyMANwhowoaMkoowtheGRAND'TRriTHa .Jbe Plain I Married IMO, nhould vrrlto for our \vnwrf»**s .i .illUo booicl' MI •opy XoUrely JFrte, la plain .oiled UOTM. 3A P «fu =3f«™ "><> THB KRIS MEDICAL CO". BUFF A ">. " m 7!

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