The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 13, 1892 · Page 3
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, June 13, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1892. More than One Hundred and Thirty- Four Millions of Dollars Arc behind the indemnity we offer. Id)ok at the list: Herman Inn 0", Frccport. Ill, 1 Knyal In* Co, LlvcriKiol, Kng. American Inn On.Newark.N .1 ItoylHton JIIH Cn,Honlfni. M;I«H MrlllMi American IIIHCO , Toronto. Canada Omo.nrula Klrc Ins Co, Milwaukee. Wis Karragijt Fire InsCo. N V.... Hamburg Mremcn InH (Jo. Germany Milwaukee Mechanics Inn Co, Milwaukee, Win New Hampshire Klre Ins Co, New Haven Vrovlilencc Washington InK Co, It I Peoples' 1'lrc Ins Co, N II Queen lnnCo, of America— Syndicate In* Co,Minneapolis St Paul K and M, St Paul. Minn Metropolitan Plale Clans.... Lloyd's Plate Olasft. N. V Fidelity and CaKiiallly, N. Y. Union Central l.lfc Ins. Co., Clnn.O Commercial Union Ins. Co.. London. Mug Northwestern National. i •, , .il?l.:.'2l 14 an. 74 :2 .4 on on '.MH'J.4'J1 00 Dl.l.KOH 00 71)1,H7H 00 (l.'III.UOII 00 illli.T&l 00 i ,mi8,;mr> oo l.H.-,l.l.-,[P 10 l ,8 00 1.480.11113 00 8«4.:i71 11 .'1,000.470 00 .'lo:i „".54 00 '.1,017,804 00 :in-J ,iiii4 oo :iuu,ni )4 oo l,o87.0«7 00 fl.0D3,Hi!3 04 ir .,.i70 ,oni oo i,(i:io ,U4 !i oo 1.527,173 00 i.naA.oui oo 401.111' 00 2,047,014 00 3.173.477 00 37,3117,238 Of. l,77n,700 00 2,208.000 00 Williamsburg City ol N. Y... WcfitclieMtcr of N. V Uurllugfon of Ilurllngton.Ta. ManclieHtcr of Manchester, Kng Franklin Fire of Phil, Pa.... -rffttnaof Hartford.Conn Kmplover* Liability American Casualty Ins. Co... Total 8134,342„"i88 23 In these eompitnies we insure all kinds of properly against lire, lightning, tornadoes, eyelone.s and windstorms; insure plate gloss against accidents; write nearly fifty different plans of life insurance policies; insure against accidents of all kinds; issueae- oident tickets, and do many other things that. lack of space prevents our telling here. We also Insure Growing Grops Against Kail. Winne & Winne, TELfPHOKE NO. 20. CORNER AVENUE A and M Hutchinson, Kan. "Culled Iluek," Hurry Vnnee, (colored) whose home is in Missouri, was arrested last April on a charge of assault with intent to kill. He was placed under bond to await a hearing. In the meantime lie "jumped his bond" and loft for parts •unknown. His bondsmen kept a sharp lookout for him, and a few days since located him in this city, where he was arrested and taken back to his old haunts. The governor of Missouri made a requisition for him and when arrested here he was turned over to the Missouri authorities. Home Without u Mother. The room's In disorder. The cat's on the table, Tile (lower-stand upset, and the mischief to pay, And Johnny I h screaming As loud as he's able, For nothing goes right when inamma'B away. What a scene of discomfort and confusion home would he if mamma did not return. If your wife is slowly breaking down, from a combination of domestic cares and female disorders, make it your first business to restore her health. Dr. l'ierce's Favorite Proscription is without a peer as a remedy for feeble and debilitated women, and is the only medicine for the class of maladies known us. female discuses which is sold under a positive guaran toe from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction, or the money will bo refunded. It is a positive cure for the most complicated cases of womb troubles. News from Mrs. Evereat. EDITOR NEWS: The members of iny church and many others would like to know how Mrs. Everest is, and I write a note from which you can make a statement in the NKWS. Onr journey to this place was interrupted by the Hoods in Missouri so that we did not arrive hero till 0:40 Friday morning. Mrs. E. is no worse for the trip, and is improving some. She will remain here at least two mouths unless she should get worse from the treatment. We art? much pleased with the sanitarium. Yours, H. W. EVEHKRT. Buttle Creek, Mich., June !), 18H2. lloa.l Work. The hose company did some good work on the loose dirt on North Main street last Saturday, and by following it up with more work of the same kind late in the evening that popular driveway will be lu excellent condition. It should have a few hours to settle after being wet down before being driven over, (live ns a little moro water late in the evening, and North Main will lie all right. (•OHpul Muothitf. The revival meetings which the United Brethren are holding in the church on the corner of C aud Maple are very interesting. Evangelist Keltz is now conducting the meeting, ilev. Morgan is expected to-uight. There is ,u good interest manifested, Song services commence at 8:15 p. m. All are invited to come and hear Uev, licit/, to-night. 0, U. KlIIKI'ATUICH, 1'. (.'. GET YOUR CHRRIES, STRAWBERRIES and RASPBERRIES This week at FURMAN'S. tloncn for Cntigreftn, ' Every citizen in Tleno county is interested in the nomination of Jones for congress, not only because of his ability to make a successful canvass against the wail of woe we have had so long, but as a matter of city and county pride. The convention is Wednesday. Tuesday at a p. in. a large delegation of our citizens must go to Kingman. Header, will you be one of the number? Will you boa committee to invite others? Jones is now on the ground working for you. Will you go down in a body and let the people have a foretaste of the enthusiasm his nom ination will create? Remember the time. The band will go along. The Hutchinson and Southern has made a half fare rate. It will take you away only twenty-four hours. We arc all going. A lllgr ltuslnesH. Hon. A. H. Caldwell left this morning for Kansus City on husiness connected with an emigration company of which he is an active member. The organization of the'company was effected several months since, aud the present meeting is for the purpose of adding still greater strength to the organization. The object of the company is to induce emigration to the west, and thus aid in further development of the greatest country on earth. An excursion from Iowa and Illinois will be run here the last of this month, and regular excursions will begin to come in during the month of J.iily. The work of the company will be carried on with a vim until after the closing of the world's fair. Communication with agents of the company in the east develops the fact that hundreds of people there are anxiously awniting an opportunity to look over this .vestern country, and the work of the company and its agents will be to secure such emigrants for Kansas as are able to buy and stock a farm. This class of persons will be scoured from among those of the eastern states coming west, as well as from among the foreigners who come to our shores. The company has a large paid up capital stock and contemplates doing an immense amount of good for central and western Kansas. We wish them the success which their good intentions and enterprise merits', and anxiously await develop ments. • Preparing to Travel. A. D. Helm and A. A. Tanner will leave on Wednesday, f or I'reeport, 111. to begin the labors of the racing sea son. They will take with them eight horses, including eligibles from the free-for-all to the SsfiS class. They have the favorite Hawley, Uoseoo Conkling. Mumbrino Uelle, Dom Pedro, Jimmy C, Alfast. Frank It. Ituss- woo'l and Utell. The majority of these horses arc new to the* racing business, but from what exercise they have received it seems they arc apt scholurs, and will make a fine mark before the season is at an end. The boys have a fine Burrton stock car, arranged with all the modern conveniences, and the horses will have a veritable little palace in which to reside while en route. We will furnish the readers of the NBWB witli an account of the doings of these horses a§ the season progresses. The KhoricB Funeral. The entire force from the Urand and several friends of the family attended the funeral of Mrs. Rhodes, at Haven, yesterday. The crowd at the cemetery was also quite large. The services were conducted by Rev. Fuller of this city. The pall bearers were selected from among the clerks at the Grand, and were as follows; Messrs. Davis, Johnston, Ricksecker. Meyer, iMaxfield and Smith. The floral offering by the management and attaches of the Grand was very pretty. They loft with the corpse over the Missouri Pacific at 0:45 a. in., return- v ing in the evening. The death of Mrs. Rhodes lias cast a gloom over her many friends, and her vacant post at the Grand will be hard to fill. Peace bo to her ashes, and may we all learn a valuable lesson from her death, and may her many good deeds and high social standing stimulate us all to seek a higher plane of excellence of charac ter aud usefulness. Rev. C. E. West officiating. The young couple left on the Hock Island train for Canton, Kansas, their future home, where Mr. Maltby is engaged in the furniture business. 28 North Main St. Itli'tlidny Party. John Meeee was very agreeably surprised Saturday evening on his return from down street ut finding his house filled with friends and neighbors tore- mind him of his forty-second birthday. After congratulations un elegant supper was served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Kutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mr. aud Mrs. Nate Fierce, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fierce, Mrs. flan Miller, Mrs. Couaway, Mrs. Hamlin, Mrs. Stall, Miss 1311a Rhoads, Miss Osic Fierce, Miss Mammio Hamlin, Lawrence Meece, Ed Meeee, Tien (lalbreth, Miss Dora Meece, Roy Fierce, and Charlie Carr. Married. Yesterday morning at the residence of J. B. Barnhart, 411 Seventh avenue eust, Mr. Eli S, Maltby and Miss Ellen M. Temple wore united in marriage, Heal Kfttato Transom. Below we give the real estate transfers ior to-day. They are furnished by Chas. E. Hall, the abstractor; office in the First National bank building: IWarrantydceil when not otherwise stated.) 11 J Ruddy et ux to 1) S Alexander, lots 111, SO, 21. 22, 23, block 2, (Julring Goerz add 81.200 00 Na Mort and 1 )eb Co to Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co, lot (11 and w hf lot .111, First avenue west, swd.. I 00 United States to Heirs of Luther Dodge, deceased, lot No 2 of sec 12-24-fl T'atent Hannah E llunster et ux to Theodore B Noss, lot 25, Avenue "A" east 125 00 Alfred 11. Rogers et ux to Theodore B Noss, lot 80-3, Avenue east, q c d 81 00 Alfred II Rogers et ux to Robert Hamilton, lot 87-3 Avenue east, q c d 04 00 Max Jacobs et ux to Morris Hoffmann, und int in lots 13, 14. 15, 111, Morris' add.. 250 00 J. A. Heal et ux to National Mortgage and Debenture company; lot 10 and e hf 15, blk 2. Irving Place addition, q c d 1 00 National Mortgage and Debenture company to Thos. Hills, trustee, lot 111 and e ' hf 15, blk 2, Irving place addition, swd 1 00 Cordelia^Young et ux to J M Frazee, lots 1 and 2, blk 1, avenue G east, Clark's addition 150 00 John M. Frazee to W. S. Mc- Collinn. lot 2. Block and Clark's addition 75 00 National Bank of Commerce to W. Corner, ne qr 0-24-4 1 00 Lueh McLane et hus. to Win. McLune, n hf of nw qr 823-0 1,200 00 Leander L. Hammond et ux to A. 1!. Burke, ne qr 20- ' 24-7 1.800 00 At the Park. A good sized audience was present at the park yesterday afternoon to witness the concert given by the Second Regiment band, notwithstanding the fact that the heat and dust were almost intolerable. The pro­ gramme as announced in Saturday's NKWS was rendered, aud as everybody knows the Second Regiment is the best band in the state, it is useless to speak of the meritorious rendition of said programme. There is no more pleasant spot in the state in which to spend an hour on Sunday afternoon than the park, and the band concert makes it doubly so. Many persons come in from stirround- ing towns to witness these concerts and to see the sights at the park. it w una STATU OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, | LUCAS COUNTY, f" ' FIIANK J. CIIKNKY makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CIIKNKY ifc Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CCTAKIIH that cannot be cured by the use of HAI.I.'S CATAItllll CUHK. ' FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Oth day of December, A. D. 1880. A. W. (ILEASON, [SEAL] Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY, Toledo, 0. W Sold by Druggists, 75c. In Franklin's Condition. Among a - crowd of happy young people who recently took a pleasure drive to Brandy lake, was one young man who went out in state and style, but owing to the perfidy of young men was compelled to drive home in mucli the same condition as did the great man. who used his kite to experiment on lightning. Our young friend also fastened up the shafts and har noss by the bark from a hickory sapling, his lines were of rope, and his general mein wore "rustic" and "woodland." But he is looking for the perpetrator of the joke with a shotgun. A Alistake. It seems that the facts witli reference to the wounding of Joe 1'yke, by some one at Sterling, a few days since do not justify the report published in the Wichita Eagle. The stabbing did not take place at a dance,.but at a social, and that the provocation did not justify the use of so dangerous a weapon as a knife. Joe is in a fair shape to get well, which news will be very satisfactory to his friends. Delegates Take Notice. The Hutchinson and Southern will hold its train in this city Wednesday morning, June 15, 1892, until 0 o'clock This is to enable persons reaching the city that morning to reach Kingman in time for the congressional convention that day. Fine Cot. The cut in Smith, Miller & Curpen ter's advertisement was made from a photograph taken by A. Mclnturff. It is a splendid representation of the team owned by this livery firm, which can be seen at their barn any day. A Curd. In the absence of Mr. Wionor from the city, I desire to express, for him and his family the deepest sympathy for the lonely family of Mrs. Minnie Rhodes, deceased. Mrs. J. 1)[ WIKNKII, MARK BCOISTERIO *e$3 llffKANSA! PATENT^ KM MUSE CO", -TOvroBm KANS! Try King of Kansas Flour, $1.25 a sack. Price List of (6 THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 19 lbs Granulated 20 lbs Light Brown 22 lbs New Orleans .§1.00 . 1.00 . 1.00 COFFEE, Arbucklo • • .8 Midland Santos Mocha and Java CANNED GOODS. 3 lb can Tomatoes 8 3 lb can Pumpkin " lb can Corn lb can String Beans 2 lb can Lima Beans 2 lb can Succotash 2 lb can Peas -, lb can Blackberries 2 lb can Raspberries 2 lb can Gooseberries 2 lb can Strawberries 3 lb can Peaches. 2J< lb can California Peaches... 2. 1 *' lb can California Apricots..: 2J< lb can California Green Gage 2 'A lb can California Egg Plums 2.!rf lb can California Pears H lb can California Quinces 2% 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 (1 lbs Oat Meal 5 lbs Bulk Starch Sour Pickles, per gallon Hams Breakfast Bacon Lard • : .30 20 ,20 .33)* .10 .10 .10 .10 • 0SH ,08K 08K •10 .10 .10' .10 20 20 20 20 25 20 20 40 40 .40 25 .10 .15 .10 .17VJ Star Clothiers' Cut-Price Sale Will Make You Wink the Other Eye If you compare our prices on summer clothing, underwear and hats. In short, we have every article marked down fully iO ^ Lower than our Competitors can reach We always do and always will, because we are the acknowledged LEADERS or Low PRICES, wMcii makes the trade come our way. Low prices and best goods are what you want, NOT WIND. See our 15 cent men's wash coats. See our $1.50 to $8.50 men's coats and vests. See our 15 cent men'R shirts. . See our Manhattan shirts, $2 to $4, best made. See our Wilson Bros, underwear and ties; they arte known by reputation, j See our line of clothing—known to be the best in the market. See our boys' suits and compare with others. If these are not ten per cent, lower in price-. we will make your boy a present of a suit, s6 You Can Wink the Other Eye. LEADERS .11 .11 .10 THE Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. DEALKHS IN Pianos and Organs. LARGEST STOCK West of the Missouri Kiver. Only first class goods handled. All thoroughly guaranteed. A full stock of sheet music and musical merchandise. Piano tuning department in charge of .1. A. lie GAUiyiAY. Write for terms and prices. Hutchinson, - - - Kansas. 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 1 Southern Ties, at YOUNG BROS. No. 12 North Main. ^ OF LOW ANS. PRICES IN CLOTHING, 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 33inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. For Stylish Rigs und 1 earns that are Handsome Steppers, Go to the LIVERY BARN OF SMITH, MIJ.LER & CARPENTER. On First Avenue West. Telephone No. 139 «J. IK. IF 1 . PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH'MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. IIIII a Mini If so, see L. G. DUPLER, OF HUTCHINSON. i 22 SOUTH MAIN. He ha^ just receive^ a large invoice of JVIOUS CANDIES, MADE. BLANK BROS.' F / / THE BES Every MAN who would _ Old 800 rots and the Ne' Married Life, should "A TBBATI8B FOB M •opj Kattnlr free. I THS oow the GRAND TROTHS, the Plain lfac*. the 1 LY- • J 10 e»rne»t man we will nnumiji I Plata waled eovor. "A refuue from the mag? ME MEPIOAL CO., BUFFALO, MT^*

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