The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 10, 1892 · Page 3
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, June 10, 1892
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6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. More than One Hundred and Thirty- Four Millions ot Dollars Are hohinri the indemnity we ofVer. Look at the lint: Herman !nn(>i, Frceprtrt, ill, J Koyal Ins(>>, MverpiMil, Kng. American Inn r'o.Newark.N J Hoylwutn Inn Oo.Hoston, .MII^H llrittHh AiMtTican I tin I'M, TO ntnlo. f'iinada Cmu.ordU. Kirv Ins <:», Milwaukee. Wis I ; '[irrri(ftit Klrc IHHCO. N V. . Hamburg Hr«:meu EUH Co. fJormanj Milwaukee: MechanicsIns Co, Milwaukee, Wis New Hampshire Fire Inn Co. New Haven l.*rovltIen<e. WaMhlnntOTi 1 «H Co. HI . Penph'H" Viro Ins Co, N' II Queen Inn Co, nt America SvudU-ate. Ins Co.MlnnvapoUs .Si l»rtu] ami M, St Paul. Minn. DEEPLY INTERESTED. Metropolitan l'l.-tte l!la*s. Lloyd H I'/ati- (ilasw, N. V.. Mtlclily and Casualltv. N. V. Union Onlral I Me I na. Co.. f'.lim.O Comnicrrla! Union Ins. (,:o. t London, KUK N 'ortlnvcHli 'vn National VVIIllainsliurgirltvnl N. V . WcKti -hcRtcr of N'- Y HurlliiKtitn of iiurlinjiton.Ia. Maiu-lti'Mer of Manchester. Kng Franklin I'Mrc of J'hll. Pa... .Ktnaot Dart ford. Conn Kmploypr* Maliillty.. American ra*ualtv Ins. Co.. « •!.IITI ,2iil M :t ."..7 -tr _'.io :t 1)1) •i.iHa.-i'.'i oo II I.").HO!) 00 Till,NTH 00 fi:i:i.ii(ifi oo :IIIT.T';:I oo I.IIIIK.:III.'> oo l.n.-ij,i.-iii in i,s:m.iioi oo oo MS -I .I17J n :i,oini.4T() oo :m:i,.-,r>4 on ::.017.H04 oo .W-VJIH «o :IOU'.OII-I oo I,5H7.W)7 00 8,oo:uw.' 01 1 5,570.054 oo i,n:io.-'4 - ..' on i.M'.lia oo i.iwn.riDi oo 401.1 v.i oo '.',04 7 .014 00 :I .17: I ,477 00 :i7,:«i7.:i !m o.*) 1 .770 .700 00 •J.UOH.filM) 00 Total Si:i4.:i4:;..".HH •.'••i In tln 'ni' companies we insure till kinds (if properly against fire, lightning, tornadoes, cyclones and windstorms; insure plate glass agniitf;t accidenls: write nearly llfty dill'erent plans of life insurance policies: insure against accidents of all kinds; issue accident tickets, and do many other things that, laeli of space prevents our telling" bore. Wo also Insure Growing Crops Against Hail, Winne & Winne, TEIEPM NO. 26, CORIEB MEIUEIui IMII, Hutchinson, Kan. The KnnftKH city Meeting, Arrangements are Hearing completion for the great Knights of I'y- tltias meeting in Kansas City on August:;!. Arrangements have been made for all the Kansas Knights to occupy one spacious building, in which the Kansas headquarters will be found, a register giving the name and address of each Knight from the state; where all the Kansas until will he delivered, and where our people will entertain their friends. This building will also be. used to display any and all of the products of the various localities of the stnte, which, by the way. will be it big advertisement for those who interest themselves to the extent of arranging to have the Knights display their products. This brings to our minds the thought that our salt people should have a beautiful display of salt in that building. Arrangements for such a display may have been made already, hut if it has not been done it should be. The Hutchinson knights will pay all their own expenses, talcing with them the Second ltcgiinent band, and no one will be asked to assist in any way nor to patroni/.e a benelit tor that purpose. 'This being the case our people should see, that La Hue division is supplied with a nice display of various kinds of products from Hutchinson and Reno county. There's a patent medicine which is not a patent medicine—paradoxical ati that may sound. It iH a discovery! tl\o 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 skin or scalp, liver or lungH—it* chance 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 Discovery. The makers of it huve 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, every cent 6f it. That's what the makers call taking the risk of their words. Tiny, little, sugar-coated granules, are what Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are. The best Liver Pill ever invented; active, yet mild in operation; cure sick and billions headaches. One a dose. Onion* for Cuutflm uiitl CultlH. There, is no remedy that acts more promptly on the throat, lungs and chest 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 noeinml. Or. Dunn's Onion Syrup is medicated in a manner so as to be more effectual thun the plain symp and not have any taste or odor of the onions, making It very pleasant to take. Sold at Ml cents by 0. HJ Winslow, druggist. 8-31 llevlviil Atutttlug. Kverybody invited to attend the revival meeting at the old Free Methodist church to begin Sunday, June IS, under the excellent management of Kev. Deity, an evangelist of the V. 11, church, who will be assisted by ttev. Morgan, recently of Ohio, and others. GET YOUR CHRRIES, STRAWBERRIES and RASPBERRIES This week at S8 North Main SI. FURMAN'S. OUR CITIZENS HELD A GOOD MEETING YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. A lairge Crowtl AwKcmlde at tin- KOOMIS of the Commercial C'luh--A Couimlllf" Appointed to S ri> tile "IftKKt'nt cull" to be Found In the 1Vfnt—Tim Klimncc Clom- inltloe Will nt Oiien KI'KUMUI Their Work Which Wits llec'in Willi Stiell KlullerhiB Id'HilltK. A large number of citizens assembled at the rooms of the Commercial club yesterday evening, for the purpose of examining into the work which has already been done toward preparing for a grand Fourth of .Inly celebration, as well as to plan out further work. A committee was appointed to assist in securing the best man that can be secured as "orator of the day," and nothing that can be done will lie left undone to make the day a grand success and to secure the ablest speaker that can be secured, whether he be from far or near. Our coats are off, our sleeves are up, and we are in to win. Our merchants have caught the mania, and when the grand street parade comes off on .Inly Fourth, you will see one of the grandest sights that you ever beheld- Let the work proceed witlt the earnestness which has characterized the affair thus far, and we will find ourselves the recipients of many flattering comments from the outside world, hundreds of whom are arranging to spend the Fourth of .Inly in our city. lltliitBvllle "111 It." In conversation with some lluntsville citizens to-day concerning prospects and conditions, we discovered that the citizens of that township are not willing to take a back seat for lleno, Haven nor any other township in the county; that they have as tine farms as are to be found in the count} - , and that no one knows it any better than they do. In speaking of the J. H. Brown ranch and others, wo learn that Mr. Urown has turned over 1,400 acres of sod this spring and summer, while some of his neighbors have even dono better than that; that it is not an uncommon sight to see whole sections turned over. This will all be sown in wheat this fall, and if next season is favorable, "what will the harvest be?" Mr. W. II. Hinshaw. one of Huntsville's leading fanners, was also spoken of. He has a fine farm of 1,S00 acres, well improved, with a neat two story house, good out buildings, large orchard, flowers and evergreens about the house, and everything of the most raodern.charaeter t and indicating prosperity in every sense of the word. What is true of him is true of many others of his neighbors. The citizens of lluntsville consider themselves "strictly in it." and, as we stated above, are not willing to take a back seat for any other locality in the state. .Ion I'lko Stubbed. News came to the city from Sterling last night that Joe Pike, formerly a druggist of this city, was lying at the point of death there, with no hope of recovery. He was at a dance in the country in the vicinity of Sterling last Saturday night and in a quarrel with a farmer was stabbed. The wound was stitched by a physician, but while on his way home yesterday the stitches became loose and he almost bled to death. Mostly everybody in Wichita knows Joe Pike.—Wichita Eagle. The gentleman referred to above will be remembered by many of our citizens as the drug clerk at Beam's Midland pharmacy for several months. His friends hope that his ease is not as serious as the above report would indicate. Lively Kumiwuy. A team of mules hitched to tt wagon, in which cinders are hauled, ran away last night on North Main street, completely demolishing the wagon, but hurting no one. One of the principal agencies causing runaways is the habit indulged in by too many persons throwing paper on the stseets, which is taken up by Kansas zephyrs and tumbled over the ground. We have a city ordinance against such practices, and one of these days some one will get $10 and cost in consequence of said practices. An ounce of prevention is worth more than sevcrul pounds ot cure in such cases. Moonlight Picnic. The Misses Woodurd, Mary and Ida, liibbs, Sidlinger, Mclnturff, aud Mrs. A. Mclnturff, and Messrs. Chain, Oswald, Woodard, Coun, A. Mclnturff' and Ed M. Moore, formed a moonlight picnic party at Brandy lake lust night. Boating and fishing were Indulged in, aud the ladies spread a most palatable innoh which all enjoyed. The young people enjoyed the hours until midnight approached, warning the merry makers that the small hours were creeping on. They all report a grand time and plenty of fun. From Ocitnn to Ocean. The St. Felix sisters are returning from a three years' tour from ocean to ocean, aud 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 houso managers ecoraiuend them highly. They will play here Friday night at the opera house. The IJinvrcncft. The condition of the weather in lowtt and Missouri last spring and so far this summer, has been the cause of placing many persons in a condition very dissatisfactory to themselves, and as u. consequence innnv of them have, and are now. seeking 'homes in the more, favored clime of central Kansas. C. II. lirobst. of Knoxville, In., kept tali on the weather for the entire month of .May. and the following result will explain the cause of their present'condition, which, when compared with the report for central Kansas shows the difference between living in the garden of the west and the sloughs of some othor regions: Sunday.)—cloudy, 2 if inches rain. Si) Monday. B—cloudy 51) Tuesday, 3—cloudy, H inch rain... (10 Wednesday, 4—fair 14 Thursday, 5—cloudy, t?.f inchesrain Mi Friday, 0—fair 12 Saturday, 7—cloudy 40 Sunday, 8—cloudy, frost :t8 Monday, !i—cloudy, : )i inch rain ... 41 Tuesday, 10—cloudy, Jj.inch rain.. 48 Wednesday, 11—cloudy 1? Thursday, 12—cloudy 40 Friday, lit—cloudy, I inch rain "it) Saturday, 14—cloudy, 5i inch ruin. 54 Sunday, 15—cloudy, % inch rain... 53 Monday, ID—clondy 51 Tuesday, 17—cloudy, 1 inch ram... 00 Wednesday. IS—cloudy 2in. rain. 55 Thursday. ID—fair 50 Friday, 20—cloudy, slight snow ... 13 Saturday, 2!—clear, frost 30 Sunday, 22—cloudy 4K Monday, 23—clear 40 Tuesday, 24—fair 50 Wednesday, 25—cloudy 51 Thursday, 20—fair.. 52 Friday, 27—clear , 44 Saturday, 2B—cloudy. % inch rain.. 54 Sunday, 2!)—fair 50 Monday, 30—cloudy. M inch rain., til) Tuesday, 30—cloudy, % inch rain.. 53 Temperatui'e of the air highest on the 3d, 17th aud 30th, 00 degrees above zero; lowest on the 21st, 30 degrees; mean or average for the mouth. 4!l% degrees. Number of days on which rain fell, 15; total amount of rainfall for the month, 14^ inches. Clear days in the month, 3; fair, 5; cloudy, 23. Deaths in the city during the month, two children aged 4 years and 9 months respectively, and one adult male, 00 years. The rainiest, cloudiest, stormiest, mistiest, muddiest and most disagreeable month of May for many years." Swift Work. It is wonderful the disposition that is acquired by messenger boys around telegraph offices. The crowd at the Western Union office last night made many complimentary remarks concerning the speed with which bulletins were delivered at the various places in the city where arrangements have been made to post them for public perusal. These boys have acquired the habit of speedy delivery, and their work should be imitated by many boys in other branches of business in the city where a more speedy delivery would redound to the benefit of both the merchant and customer. Mr. Carswell is to be complimented for having surrounded himself with such an cllicient corps of assistants and messengers. let) Cream uud Strawberriert. 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. SpcclHl Sale, On Monday and Tuesday Miss Nellie Eoddy will give a special sale on trimmed hats for ladies. Ladies, this is your chance for a bargain. 2t H UTCHINSON OPERA HOUSE. W. A. LOE,Manager- Street carti at the tloor after entertainment, 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 CosturaeB. Prices of Admission. 50 and 75 cen ^B- EAVENWORTH. KANS Try King of Kansas Flour, 81.25 a sack. Price List of THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 1!) lbs Granulated SI.00 20 lbs Light Urown..- 1.00 22 lbs New Orleans 1.00 COFFEE, Arbuckle 8 .21) Midland 20 Santos 20 Mocha and Java , 33X CANNED GOODS. 3 lb can Tomatoes S -10 3 lb can Pumpkin 10 2 lb can Corn 10 S lb can String Beans 10 2 lb can Lima Beans 08)4 2 lb can Succotash OSJd 2 lb can Peas 08X 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 2 % lb cun California Peaches... .20 2!J lb can California Apricots..: .20 Hi lb can California Green Gage .20 2)j lb can California Egg Plums .20 2,'j lb can California Pears 25 '1% lb can California Quinces 20 2,%' 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 \TH SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Beans 8 .25 3 lbs Rice 25 0 lbs Oat Meal 25 5 lbs Bulk Starch 25 Sour Pickles, per gallou 25 Hams 11 Breakfast Bacon , .11 Lard :• -10 FOR WEDNESDAY, THE Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. I>KALKH8 IN Pianos and Organs. LARGEST STOCK West of the Missouri River. Only first class goods handled. All thoroughly guaranteed. A full stock of sheet music and musical merchandise. Bain Piano tuning department in charge of .1. A. Mc G A UGH AY. Writo for terms and prices. Kansas, SEATS OK SHE HI OPERA HOUSE BOOK STORE, 1 Low Shoes for Hot Weather. All the New Styles in Ladies' Fine 1 Bootees, Prince Alberts, Oxford Ties, Southern Ties and Opera Slippers. Gentlemen's Oxford and Southern Ties, at YOUNG BROS. No. 13 North Main. '0 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 $1. *l 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. w No. 10 —20 doz men's shirts, 30c, worth 50io. COME EARLY. "We have never offered such bargains before. We need the room for our coming fall stock in July. Oulj one of tk above articles soli to each Person. LEADERS ^ OF LOW PRICES 5 IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS UTCHINSOlC, "JK ANS: $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 burn. The candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33K inches in circumference and S feet 5 Inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1S02. For Stylish* and teams that are Handsome Steppers, Go to the LIVERY BARN OF SMITH, MILLER & CARPENTER. On First Avenue West. Telephone No. 139 ' J. H. F. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTU^MAIN STHEET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. If so, see L. G. DUPLER, OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN.! He has just received a large invoice of BLANK BROS/ FAMOUS CAN DIES J THE BEST MADE. -^K^-^M.rfkM Ijtfe. nil, uld wrltoTJ 01 '' 0 " °' MMI ™I §K t £? c »! tl "> •^rVT^-'A «UUTUa W'H MHN omvS ur n, woud «''^l I hue KLH* TI ^ >°

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