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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 4, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                2 aiTCHIN80N DAILY N1W8: 8M DAY MORNING, MAY 4,1890. Large Consignments of tbe Latest and Newest Novelties are Constantly Arriving at the Opposite Hotel Midland, We have just received an elegant line of goods in imitation Cut Glass. Don't fail to see those Imported let Tubs, Cunning Celeries, Curious Com-forts, Odd Olives. The largest line of Decorated Dome, and Glorious Globe, Lovely Lamps in the City. And the most exquisite tints, beautiful colorings and handsome designs imaginable.   The Neatest, Latest and Lowest ever shown.  No clear idea can be formed of these goods without Feeing them.  Visitors always wel come.  Correspondence promptly attended to. RUDESILL & DAYKIN. with John Porter of the Bank of Lyons at president. Mid Mr. Everest of the Arm of Everett Uros., Lyons, is the popular cashier. This new firm will doubtless succeed,tstho gentleman at lta head make things more. In tbe last twelve months there has been a Urge amount of substantial building don� in our ctly and an excellent prospect for considerable more In the next twelve months. And in addition to this, the business done In the coming year will, we believe, double that of the previous year. The present prospective immense wheat crop and the corn that will undoubtedly be raised and other things of which we might speak, will make trade flourishing and fine this summer and fall. There are some things We can bank on. We have four ohurch organizations, and three good church buildings, belong, ing respectively to tbe United Vresbjr-terian, Reformer*, and Methodists. Tbe Baptists worship in a convenient hall and have preaching every Sabbath. We have a *35,000 court house; a $10,000 school building; an excellent flouring mill which 1b doing n fine business; three bank;, First National, Bute, and Rush County; we have a pushing, enterprising and progressive class of business men, and a prosperous community, with immense prospect* far the future. Our connty ofdoera are all good men, the affairs of the county are well managed and our script is at par. 1THE I.' PILOT. St. John News Mid Gossip. St. John, Kan,, May 8.-[Special.]- We are creditably Informed that the.Stafford county Huitler, now published,in this city, will remove to Pratt in a few days, where its publication under the present management will continue. We do not '.now what the political complexion of the paper will be after the move Is made, but we trust it will still champion the suae of theG.O. P. The representatives of the several insurance companies which held risks on the roller mill which was burned a few days since, were in the city the fore part of the week, and succeeded in adjusting the loss to the satisfaction of all parties concerned. We understand the amount allowed was (9,(i00. Of course this amount leaves the ownerB of the mill still short several thousand dollars, but the insuranoe money will go far toward constructing another mill, and while this subject is being agitated let us have a mill of double the capacity of the one destroyed by fire. The cost would not be very much more and the benefit to our farmers in the way of a home market for tbelr wheat and corn would be greatly increased, to say nothing of the increased profit to the proprietors. Tke Peake Sisters' entertainment at the opera house Wednesday evening was one of the enjoyable affaire of the season. The pretty little PeakeB,with theirquaint costumes, were simply captivating, and when an invitation was extended to the old bachelors to accompany the Peakes back to the new Alaska state, one of the old bachelors in the audience removed the spectacles from his nose and looked at least twenty years younger. We trust the young ladies may favor us with another of their charming entertainments. W. W. Shepherd is making extensive improvements in his property in the west part of town, placing his house on a brick foundation and otherwise beautifying the place by substantial improvements. l>. H. Fisher is preparing to erect a fine bam on his premises In the near future. This will add greatly to the splendid improvements which he had already made. A thorough canvas of tbe business interests here elicits the most encouraging reports. All branches of business show a marked increase over the preceding month of March. How that farmers are getting a good price for their corn they are paying cash for the goods they are compelled to buy of the merchant, and as a consequence they discover they can get a better article of the home merchant for proportionately less money than they can to send for it themeelves. District court will covenne next Tuesday in this city. The docket shows less caBes for trial than for some time before. D�U from Syracuse. Snucusa, Kan., May u.-[Special]- Dr. j. W. Bwan left for the east Tuesday evening.  He returned Thursday. Dr. L. Downs returned from Galveston and will shortly remove with family to that city. Landlord Mltchel la making a trip through tke west, and R.E. Bray is mine host at the Dunnlngton during Mb absence. Receiver Taylor, of the Garden City land office was in town last Sunday. The Postal telegraph employes are rapidly pushing the line to completion. The poles are now ready for Che wires,. Your correspondent made a trip to the town of Kendall the first of the week and the merchants of that place reported business a* getttag better. Mr.J.Olery left tor Galveston, Tex., Thursday morning. Jack will be misseoj by his many friends here. Recent advices from Colorado state that the great Henry ditch, running on the uplands south of the Arkansas river, is pushing this way w fast as money and human energy can do so. ThU ditcb, with the one building in the north of the county, will insure crops in one of the finest agricultural regions in the west. We learn from the Kendall Free 1'reit that the F X. Aubrey Ditch company has completed Us survey on the south side of > the Arkansas. This ditch beads east of town, runs along the base of the Band hills and utilizes the springs that exist along them. It is expected that they will furnish � fair water supply when the bed of the river is dry. The ditch runs a distance of twelve miles, or to a point south of the town of Kendall. Some of the inest land in '.his county will be watered by this irrigating canal, much of which is now producing good hay. tbe order of the day. The traveling men are <|iiick to acknowledge the improvement, and are glad to spend Sunday here. They say it beats anything west of Sali-The colonel is the right man in the right place. Dr. Gamble, a dentist of Laraed, is in town this week and has had his hands full with an abundance of work still In view. The doctor ia a pleasant gentleman and ia giving good satisfaction in his work. The city marshal arrested a number of you ni? men and also the citty attorney last Sunday, for violating the city ordinance by jumping on trains at the Missouri Pacific depot. The city attorney paic\?)uia fine and then turned on the eight others and prosecuted them at the rate of $3 50 a head 'or his share. If flte had been only fifty cents or one dollar the boys would have paid it, but fine of ilfty cents and $0 00 cost apiece was too rich; so they chipped in and hired an attorney who knocked the city attorney out of time. The ordinance (drawn up by the said city attorney) provides for the fining of viola tion, but does not provide for the collecting of a tine In case the violation does not care to pay. Said attorney attempted to imprison the boys on account of non-payment, but failed to convince the court that he had the authority bo to do under the ordinance. The offices of marshal add attorney have not paid blr during the past year and Borne people are mean enough to say that it was a scheme to "make a raise" before they go out of of flee. We don't know. Rev. W. C. Bomers delivered a very interesting lecture at the M. E. church last Sunday night on "Romanism in History and Prophecy." J. N. Barbee, the News representative, waBin town Friday attendlngto the wants of his customers. The News comes to us regularly and ts recognized as tbe best daily paper in Kansas. Lines Frt-ui I.aril ml. Larnkd, Kan.,  May 3.-[Special.} Hon. W. R. Brown has been at Dodge City the most of this week on law bUBi ness. E. S. Fisher, Esq., returned from his Iowa trip on Wednesday. He BayB that the east as far as he has been Is suffering from drouth. Harry Radcliffe of Cottonwood Falls is spending a few days with old friends. The county commissioners, Messrs. Yoder, Nelson and Heaton, donated $20 from the county treasury for a Sag for the court house. It is in order now for each of the wards, through the schools, to get a flag for each school bouse. B. F, Lamed post No. 8 are making extensive preparations for Memorial day exercises. I. O. O. F. seyenty-flrst birthday celebration was said to have been one of the finest society events of this season. Mayday was celebrated by the lads and lassies at the residence ot A. H. Ainsworth.Esq., with Master Bruce as hoit. Dr. O. Bohr, the alliance lecturer for the Seventh congressional district, lectured to tbe Pawnee county Alliance in the court house this afternoon. He is a pleasant talker, full of his subject, which he handles In a plain, straight forward manner. The alliance in this county now number some TOO members. The Methodist ladies of Pawnee Rook to the number of twenty-five or more, dropped in on Rev. Wm. Battle and gave him a pleasant surprise. They came with well filled baskets and took complete charge of the house. They also sent out for Rev, G. LoRther, the pastor here, and made him a present of a large easy chair. H. A. Bower of Seattle, Wash., Is spending a few days In the city settling up his unfinished business. Benator J. W. Rush haa had a large force of men at work at the artesian well this week remodeling the drives, placing tbe fountains and getting things in shape for the summer. The well has the salt and the senator has tbe sand to make this one of the finest watering places in the whole western country. "Bee tlir-H Thfl *lil|t's liteh on the wares, Blw'ttiileertaK to < h<*  ' t-ww- I i-ouM not hotter dV. "Hand uit Ut� trumpet!  Utile hriAC, For (irtfi's saki' do your befit!" And like an arrow from a bow K mount* eat'U foetolng crvtA. Tlm shoal Im pnswd. "Sheer to the left!" Along too breakers sounds hie cry, Keol upward* mines his boat to land While the ship Kilties safely by. -1'liuodelpfcl* Ti>"�* �yyr h. wiwsxow. Dentin, Work ravin toed. Oflos,0 southJitAx. a tree t. G.; DlteMcsof the Xys, X�r, �tote� and C3 Throat. om� Po. 1. North Main itreet-nKMldencn Urace Church Rectory. OSes how* B.toiut80s, ., 2 to 4 p, m. g B. 8IDUHQBB, Fkyslelu and Smrgeoa, Office orer BMllndsr's dree iter*. OSes ttl> phone, 18; residence M. La> Oroeee I^woutee, La Obossb, Kan,, May 3.-[Special.]- The Bush county bank opened its doors for business Hay 1st, with O. H. Everest of Lyons as cashier. The new proprietor of the Windsor hotel, OoL Greene, has olavly demonstrated the fact that ho understands how to ran fi hotel, The building bhB been thoroughly renovated and comfortable beds and an abundance of good food are EAOroeee Slashes. La OitossE, Kan., Hay 8.-[Special.]- In our former communications we neglected, (unintentionally, however,) to mention the fact that the Windsor hotel changed hands a Bbort time ago and is now under the skillful management of Mr. Greene, a very popular and excellent gentleman and an old hotel man, come-fluently tho traveling public oan rest as sured that they will be well received and treated when they visit the Windsor. The National is also in good hands and is well patronized. Blgns of life and enterprise are visible all around, substantial improvements are seen everywhere, and business !b improving with an encouraging outlook. This must be true, as seen by the outside world, as another banking firm has located iu our midst. The Rush County bank ia the name of the new and strong institution, which doubtless receives its share of the publlo patronage. Lyons gentlemen are backing tbe enterprise. Klnetev Kink*. Kinblby, Kan., May 8.-[Special.]- Your correspondent took the time to slue up this city this week and finds everything bright and lovely, and the business men of all professions are in the beat of spirits and highly elated over the prospects. EdwardB & Noble are deal ing in general merchandise, carry an im mense stock of dry goods and groceries, sell (100,000, and have a fine trade, Roberts Bros, are extensive dealers in groceries, hardwaro,farming implements, etc., are first-class business men,.and enjoy an excellent trade which will tun about $85,000 per annum. Brown & Peck, who came here last fall, are strong firm, and carry an im. mense stock of dry goods and clothing and report trade good. They are very popular gentlemen and will enjoy an Increase of trade. JL Barber Is carrying a well selected stock consisting of clothing and gent's furnishing goods. H. L. Reed & Co. �1bo carry a large and well Be ested Btock of dry goods and have a good trade. j. K. Willey, who was with Gen. "I. T. Taylor of your city in the legislature several years ago, is one of our most prominent business men, and deals In hardware, groceries, farming implements an. furniture and enjoys gcod and solid trade. B. A. Totum & Co, and C. A. Read are doing an extensive extensive busineas in the drug line. They carry a large and elegant stock of goods, W. H. Green 1b the boss confectioner, and there are also others engaged in the same business. Mr. Bchnatterly is extensively engaged In the grocery business and enjoys a good trade. Our real estate firms and lawyers all seem to be buBy. Among our l&wyets we mention Messrs. Vander vert, district judge, and a very fine one too, Fred D. Smith, Robb, W. H. French M. W. Beezely, and others of prominence. Our banks: EdwardB County, Kinsley Exchange and Kinsley National are all in excellent condition, and are doing good business. Our churches and school are doing well. The pastors of the churches are good, preachers, fine gentlemen and highly respected. Professor McMurtry is manageing the school in fine shape. The Alamo hotel is one of the best hotels in the state. Mr. WatronB is an expert at the business and has a fine patronage, Kinsley would be lonesome without this good hotel. Our newspapers are up with the times and represent the county grandly. Another institution of which we are proud is the flouring mill, and still another is our cheese factory. The grocery busineas Is represented by other gentlemen than those already mentioned. Think, then, of the business and lines of trade represented in our city, for western Kansas town, and it is immense. We have no failures among our business men; not much, Mary Ann. They are too shrewd for that. Our city 1b in fine condition, and Edwards county uever wss in sb good condition as she Is today. The prospects never were as bright. TheBe are just simply plain stubborn facts. Our farmers never felt in better spirits or had better prospects, and when they prosper we ail do the same. Mr. Fred H. Hanaon is our worthy and popular county clerk and all tbe county offices are filled by competent and trust worthy gentlemen, who are not making any unnecessary expenditures or unnecessarily running the county in debt. There is nothing more commendable m a county officer than this. Nocuuntyhas a better set ot officers than Edwards. Mr. Bpurgon, the Santa Fe agent here, informed your reporter that on yesterday the 2d instant, there went over the Santa Fe through this city, both ways, thirty five trains. This will give you some Idea as to what amount of business the old reliable Santa Fe is doing. Elaborate preparations are being made to observe Decoration Day. The day will be made memorable and a grand time Is anticipated, which will be reported to your popular paper. Stock of every description ia in fine condition. Hogs and cattle are bringing good prlceB. Corn is much better in price and there is an excellent Bpirit that seemB to pervade everything; and we expect this fall will bring an era of prosperity that Kansas has not witnessed fora long time. The Nbwb is exceedingly popular and Is growing with our people. PLAIN AND PRETTY WOMEN. Why the Latter 8u orien tleVe Matches That Are the Saddest of fslluren. The question is often asked, "Why is it that so rjiouy plain women ninrry well while pretr ty girls either do not marry at all or make matches that are failures from a mental, social and pecuniary standpointf" Tho fact is, th:it womnti's idea of a man ia of a crnatura differing; hut little from the domestic quadruped-* with which she surrounds herself iu the home clrclo, A pretty gu-1 in her early youth is snr-rounded by a set ot vapid boys. Naturally the forms her. judgment of men from them. Therefore hor idea of innukind is not an exalted one. She finds that to look pretty and to drotw tastefully, to dauce and chat upou the most frivrtlmia tiuhjecta la all that ia required iu order to lie a success. Pretty women, aa a rule, do not give as much thought to the cultivation of their.intellect as they would devote to the manu facture of anew txinnct. For a brief �|k�-e, while youth lasts, her wares apparently tlnd satisfactory returns. Men praise her pretty t'aeo; they seem to enjoy her society; she is, therefore, satisded. But after youth lias lied, carrying with it her bright eyea, her rosy cheek* and rofruish dtuipleR, when, uiiiul and not tnnttor ia to be weighed in the balance, how grievously is she then fouud wanting? There was no soul behind the bright eyes to keep them forover brilliant, nor mind to illuminate tbo pale face and keep it fm-over fair. With her youth has passed away, Alt that she ever poaseescd or cultivated she Hmls it then too late to avail of. She lacks the energy to bestow her care and attention Upou graver matters, and thu? embittered by the cold looks and colder words of her quondam admirers she sinks into a state of apathy, drifting aimlessly with the tide, and dually ends n life of dreary maidenhood without having mode better or brighter oua soul for her living. A pliu'u woman, on the contrary, cultivates all the best gifts of mind nnd soul with which she has been endowed. In tho early part of her life jierhups her prospects would seem dim compared, witlt those of a heuutlful sociate; but in later years, whod tbo frivolous boys have, wit t, lung contact -with the world, with seriou.i thought and xtudy, become earnest men, the plaiu woman becomes a necessity, the pretty one a pastime for an idle moment. Pretty women have loss opportunities, strange as it may fccein, than plain ones, for becooiiug what they were originally intended to bt.-fweet, noble, patient helpmates simply because men (on whom the fault should rest) have caused women to entertain tho idea that life hi neither a serious nor an earnest thing, but simply a journey to be jested aud danced through. Is it any wonder that our. girls think men pupi>ets to laugh aud sing at their wills?-Col*. New York Commercial Advertiser. W. XoKIHNSt Phymlclan Md 8-anr�on. Office over no, SO, south Mala ntrsst. J� T. P. KOBSRTSOH, Pbyalelaa and Smrareon* OOiea, room* i saa I, orw potrtoBos. J 0. XALOOLX, Pnyilclan and (tart-eon. (Bo-aapauile.) Office, IU 1st sy��as �M. A.1 Homeopathic YhjtieUux uid Bnrg�o� and SpodftULst in metal illaauaa.  PVaa cm* wlinoat th� oat of knife or Ugaturt.  Office So U North Main atxe-at, room 7 orat Young B�*. �tot*. Raaltlanca No. ss9 Fifth amnawaat. ATrofurmrs. *4ttorn�ra aa Xmw, Ofltaa orar Viral National Hank.  Bnfcvuica ai fiharman atraat. Attorneya at Lav, Offlca, rooms 1,2,8,4, ova* No. M Sontn Main t\ Attorn*]-* na I�ftw, Offlos Room 10 and 11 Xaaonlc Ttnpla, cor aar Main and {therman. Matchmaking at the CHpital. When the Ctinnil�;rlain-En(licott courtship began it was bjr tho design and deliberate management of othur people. Mr. CUatubur-Lain and Miss Endirott met at th� Chinese mi ulster'h ball and took a turn or twu, arm in arm, about the ball room. It was enough. Their friends at onco be^an tho dinners an' little maneuvers, at which Mr. Chamberlain and illaa Endicott wem invariably ffuests, They were thrown toother daily in this way by tho people who gloried in making such 'good match,7' One hostess gave u hmchuon to young women and asked Mr. Cmunberuuu. Ue waa tho only matt present among twenty or more ladies. Even tu� ku&hand of the hostess was not asked. J need hardly say that Mr. Chamberlain's seat at table was noit to Miss End! cott'a, A thousand and one well planned bo-cial affairs favored and urged along the ac quaiutoncc to friendship and friendship to courtship.--Washington Cor. Springfield Republican. ___ Girls Not So Anxious to Wed. One of tbe most striking feature.! of the eontury now drawing tu a close to those who can remember clearly the last thirty yeara ia tho changed attitudo of tho fairer sex toward the world aud its affairs. Then the ambitiou of every young woman was to be married. Marriage was eucefcts in life, spinaterhood was a failure. Nothing some pronounce' and approved mission in life could excuse single blessedness in wuuien. Toduy our young girls are more iikoly to show a dexir to bo self Hupportlng and independent. Th ila8 BBOIDBS, QQea otu first Natkmslltiuk. v. b. unrti. b. rtBaoj ~ XWISAVICRCJt, a tAtternsys at Uw. Hatchlnsoa, Kansas, l Boons 11 sad II Ms Boats. Mala strsst pjAvmeoH a Williams, Jswjttl, Boon. 1 ana S m Kansgs's stors. rpATLOB, JOWKS * TAYLOB, Attorneys at �*v, Offlcs, upstairs, Xuoaie tempi*. QAJUBI * UBKMNO, Attorneys at t^nr, CD. KlrkUag, Ooaaty Attennj. Boons  ana t, HMUajrw block. J. V.ObTKXB, Oflce, souttt lulu atrsst, nasi eoart hooas. JJROK. C. H. OAEEB, Teacher of Flano, Organ, Violin, Oul'er Music StndloNo. 319 North Main, Santa Fo block, over King's Ftirnltaro 6to e. ABCHITmrXS). D. T4DEPEY, Boom 8 First National .Beak building, Hatch lnson, Kansas. All.eTS.rint. The Santa Fe will sell April 23, May 20, Bflpt. 9 and 23 and Oct. 14 round trip tickets to all points in Texas reached by their line at one fare. Tickets limited thirty days from date of sale, stop orer privileges granted at any point. They will also sell on above dates and under same condition to points on their lines in New Mexico. For particulars call on undersigned or address G. T. Nicholson, 6. P. and T. A., Topeka. 2-60 j. W. Tedfobd, Agent Dr. l>diio*s Periodical Pills, Uib gx^at French remedy, set dliectlj on theCnflABtrQa! system and poeluvelx cars nppissslnn of the menese. warranted to promote menJIraatlon. �e vllle ehonld not be taken daring prefmj . Pul Co., Hojsltr props., spencer, Is. - e enppUed by the A. & A. drag-store, Hntchln-. Ken.; riwift A Holiday, Topeks, Kan. ISBljr Passenger Rates reduced;by the n Through Chair Cars Free Charge! Victoria's Chance of Muiie. It is not geuorally kiionn, I think, that the p&ruuts of tha queen intended ta christen her "Alaxandrina Victoruie," and it wna only just before the baptism took pluco that a change was mode in favor of "Alexandrizia Victoria." Tha reason was that there b�U been much talk ia connection with the Queen Caroline- scandal of M. Bcrganu's daughter, who was generally spokon of as "La petite Vlctoriuo," and it was therefore decided that it would be jundYisable to give the young* princes a name which would recall event* il was much better to forget as soon as possible. -Loudon Figaro. In order to give Jules Simon a pleasant recollection of his visit to Berlin while attending tbe recent labor congress, Kaiser William presented Mm with "a collection of' the musical works of my ancestor, Frederick the Great," and these appear, to consist of tvrenty-flve sonatas, and four minor piece* tot the flute, � � Gold Orown Harness Oil will make that old hajneMHSw. Softens antf pre serves leather sadsiskes it waterproof. Take no other. 178 Hutchinson to hSI Louis 19 and 21 East Sherman Street,! DOES A GENERAL -A�d- V SPECIALTIES III THE BOOK OEPIBTMEIT. Journals, Ledgers, Balance Books, Minor Abstract Books, Blank Books of all kinks, Land Examiner's Books Loan Registers, County Records, Manilla Copy Books, Ward Registration Books, White Paper Copy Books, Scale Books a specialty Real Estate Contract Books, Attorney's Collection Registers.  % SPECIALTIES IK THE JOB DEPABMTEtfT. Letter Heads, Packet Note Heads, Letter Note Heads, Commercial Note Heads, Small Posters-, Large PoBtersand BiIIb, Pony Statements, Bill Heads, all sizes, Statements, all sizes, Abstract Books, all sixes, / Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Ete Drafts, Bank Checks, Filing Cases, Deposit Checks, Counter Checks, Notary's Seals, Banker's Cases, Crushed Envelopes, Document Envelopes, *    County and City Warrant Books E-Remember the Missouri Pacific Railway started this Reduction of Rates, and will sell you Tickets to all.Points East or West ot the Lowest Rates! One Change of Cars to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Indianapolis. and Chicago. For Reduced Rates, call at Missouri Pacific Ticket Office. H. C. Townsend. The above is only a partial list of the goods we carry and the work we are prepared to execute promptly.., ..J We are making a specialty of * Magazine Book Binding! and we bind Magazines and Law Books in all styles and at lowest prices. We wish the public to understand that we are ready and prepared to execute any kind of Printing or Book Work! Have stock forms, but can make special forms to order. We guarantee all work and solicit patronage. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.   Address, NEWS PRINTING AND PAPER GO., >� Hutchinson, Kas. ?440 95 38   

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