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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS: THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1, 1890. THE DAILY NEWS. �y�wiAti rAVLB or* omt and oooimr. Th.e Prospoota More Hopeful Than Ever Before. *V THJS HUTCHINSON NEWS TO. rresldent Mid MunSKlnz Bailor. . ATHHBOH, Secretary, The So-called Poople'B Party Unable to Dollne Its foBltloii on Many Points. -:TIIE:- VALLEY STATE BASK, HUTCHINSON. KAN8A8 Capital, turnlu*. 8100,000.00 16,000.00 0OBIUi8POHDBNT8: Ssuonal Bank ot the Republic, New Tor*. Hrat rlaUonsl Bank, ChlcsxO, IU. eiallonel Bulk ot luuu CUT, Km��� Olty, Ho, w. B. utmus, ' J- � fovs, President. Cashier. W. H. HtrrCHIHBON, O. W. MUtiKET, Vlce-Prea't. Aes't Osshtor. THE SITUATION. Reports froui.AI' Over the County-Soarce ly Any I>ls>� friction-farmers Bring In Wora-They are Tired of Listening- to tho Vreaontngs or � Party without �u Aim-Vhe rrogram for toe Campelcn. present In watching (or the return of Enoch Arden to his old home. Bo touching were Bome of the scenes, that several ladles In the audience were moved to tears. In "The Fugitives," which will be played tonight, Newton Beers is Introduced in his original character as "Roger," citizen of the world. The unusual mirth accompanying the performance will attract a full house again to-night, who will be well paid for attending. TiT* \ -Dealn in- Hides, Tallow, Pelts and Furs Tarda and offloe opposite noun house. JOSEPH W. BRADY, Notary Public. Real Estate and Collection Ag't Baeelsl attention given to the renting ot city P ofica^over Woodard 4 Wiaalow's Book Store, North Main St Hutchinson, Ban. 4 BOOKS, STATIONARY Wall Paper, School Supplies Dolls, Toys, Etc. Woodard Sc "Winslow. E. A. SMITH Kepresenllni! well Tried "Ko, 10 Sherman Street iWest, First SeUonal ..BankUuildtOH BOOK STORE Keep at all times all the Newest Books and Latest News. The central committee has been busy for a few days arranging for speakers for the different points through the county that have asked for meetings. It is no small task to do so, but nearly all the points have been supplied and thoaethat are not will be accommodated now, so that none may go without good speaking during th� campaign. The reporter has taken special pains to find out the staiuB of the politics of the county, not only from the candidates who have been in variouB parts o the county addressing large meetings, but from the citizens ot the countrhan well. The report comes in about the same way. The little excitement caused by the organization of the People's party has cooled down to a wondettuL degree, and where many peisins affliiatid with them for the purpose of finding out their true sentiments, their declarations and J principles, and found out that it was a scheme originated for the purpose of defeating Ingalls tor the Benate, and that it had originated among his political enemies as well rb the enemies of all that pertains to the Unanoial welfare of Kansas and Kansane, they denounced the scheme and schemers. The usual majorities will be tent in from most ot the townships and voting precincts, while those who fall to do so will be effected. bo lightly as not to materially change the usual run of things. The central committeemen desire that the local committees arrange to greet the various BpeakerB with large crowds. Organizing glee clubs, etc., and making the occasion one of life and interest, will be found a good thing for all these meetings. As soon as it can be determined, by consulting his convenience, when Senator Ingalls can spare a day to the enlightening of the citizens of this part ot the state, It will be announced through the columns of theNisws. There is much to do though, fur the situation is very similar to that under which a great general once said: "There is no doubt of our victory in the conflict, but let the work be done In such a way as to make it unnecessary to ever do it again. Local committeemen will make reports as to the condition of things in their partioular sections of the county to the chairman's office for speakers, etc. Arrangements KANSAS |&re being made by several organizations to attend the reunion at Topeka on the 10th to hear President Harrison. There will also be the largest crowd of voters in this city to hear the Ingalls speech that was ever seen In western Kaunas. Not only 1b this so, but it will bring men from all over the state who are deeply interested in the welfare of the United btates senator, and who ire anxious to add to the throng who are admirers and who would come a long distance to see the Kansas champion. llato'ulnson Water, Light anil Power Co. It was reported on the street yeBterday that some important changes had been made in the officers and management of the Hutchinson Wator, Light and Power company. Knowing that the city readers of the News would be interested In knowing the facts, our reporter inter, viewed Mr. Boebe and obtained the fol lowing facts: L. A. Beebe succeeds M. 0. Orton as president of the company, Mr. Orton re signing to make way for three changes. Mr. L. A. Biggar is elected Treasurer and J. It. Swigart secretary. An uptown office will be opened for the convenience of the public under th'e charge ol 8. O. Bennett, (formerly superintendent of the Street Railway company) who with the title of manager will have immediate control of all local business of the com pany, and through his subordinates of the entire plant, under the direction of the president. The employes under him will bo or ganized as follows: Axel D. Hadin as ward engineer and electrician, will have direct charge of all the maohlnery owned by the company at both plants, and of the men employed to operate the same. He will be the author Ity on electrical matters, under direction of the manager. Geo. B. Armstrong bb superintendent will have direct charge of all water and gas mains and and electrical lines outside the station, and of all men employed thereon under the direction of the mana ger. Mr. Fred Buler will as heretofore give his attention to the making of rates, and the collection of bills, and will keep the income books at the uptown office. It contemplated to make & considerable display at the uptown office of gas stoves, etc., in practical operation. Off tor Bis Hew Home. Mr. John H. Wood and family leave this morning for tbelr new home in Ober-lln, O. Mr. Wood will immediately take charge of the position which he has accepted in the Oberlin college. It is said that birds return In the springtime to chirp and sing and nestle on the same grounds that furnished them the moBt pleasure and pleasant lodging place, the sweetest food, etc. Mr. Wood has accepted a good position, and one that will be a source of much pleasure to htm, and the college is to be complimented on 90 curing such a clever gentleman and ripe scholar, and yet, who knows but that, like the sweet songBters of nature, he may sometime in his dreams, think of the beautiful Salt Qaeen and thus be won beak to bis first love, and Hutchinson's population be increased in the same ta'.io that Oberlin's 1b now in creased. But his well-known corner is to be filled in the Kansas First Mortgage company's office by one of our most popular and scholarly young men. He, too, has a hold on the affections of the citizenB of the city. The chains, charms, interests, we mean that ho hsB hopes for the future which Btioketh c'.OBer than brother, and he will remain with us, and it any one can fill the corner made vacant by reason of Mr, Woods' resigna tlon and consequent departure, that one is Mr. H. The News wishes unbounded success and happiness to the one, and Roach and Shadduck. Mr. Scott was the only gentleman present and the ladies put an apron on him and made him wait on the balance- It is claimed by all that he is a capital waiter, and as a host, knowB no equal. Many of the friends of Mrs. St. John accompanied her to the depot when she took her departure. The a. o. a The H. O. G. road is doing an immense buslneBB. They took three train loads ot stock through this city last night on route for Kansas City, from the state line. This road has for some time been handling more stock than any other road in the west. They are making arrangements to continue the buildiug of the rood to the south as fast as possible. When finally completed this will be one of the best roads in the country and one that will do more for the interests ot Kansas. THE GRAND! SPECIAL SALE 4 4 -OF- ORES S Drop Letters. We are informed by Postmaster Mc-Uandlass that many persona drop letters in the poBtofilco without putting a 2 cent stamp thereon. It would save trouble to the party addretsed as well as to the ofllcialB by being more careful. You must place a 2 cent stamp on a drop letter in a city with a free delivery the same as though your letter was going through the mails a 100 or a 1,000 miles A Well Known Insnrance Man Dead. The insurance fraternity ot this city is immediate happiness and success to the in receipt ot lettere announcing the death other (B)_, . , of Mai. Clark, agent for the Franklin Fire court �roeee r>,out as fine a class of work as any concern in the country, we believe that this Is as tlon was thoroughly argued by Whiteside & Gleason and Vandeveer & Martin, and the court after a careful consideration of the question, holds the.law to be constitutional. Stearns vb. Woten was next called John W. Roberts announced "plaintiff ready"'end the case went to judgment for plaintiff. In McOullam & Co., vs. First Baptist church Carey & Klrkliog presented their case and obtained a judgment. Bunker vs. Rice was called, Prigg and Davidson & Williams for plaintiff and Swiggart & Wisler for defendants responded, and a jury wsb empan-neled. The case was stubbornly contested and resulted in a verdict for plaintiff for |825.17. L. Judson vs. Calvin H. Hussleman came next on the list, John W. Roberts again answered tor plaintiff and a judgment was rendered. A. B. OonBtant vs. J. W. Jones, sheriff, Freebyterlnn Sewing- Clrcle-The Presbyterian ladies' sewing socle! j will meet in the church parlors this at ternoon at 2 o'clock. PERSONAL. - FLANNELI For Ten Days Only; I Beginning To-day we place ,on sale, our great stock of Dress Flannels, Tricots and Broadeloth At prices which are less than actual wholesale values. nice as anything we have seen, consider-1 *ein� Jhen oalled ,bfhthe, oourt' Kef * 1 ��� tng the price. In - the most port P"T? B"n�un(! !j Genuine Extra Gerard Broadcloth..'..........................worth *2.00 at f 184 '. Remember this sale is for Ten Days Only, CITY NEWS. home that is capable of turning out as high class work. They are now filling1 several, large orders for points in Oklahoma and Texas. corn under look and key. Mr. Bhuyler, after the attachment woe-run on the corn, bargained it away to parties living in this city, the corn to be delivered in Nicker-son yesterday. The purchaser finding out that that the corn had been attached Blue Points on the hajf shell at Carroll Briscoe's, hundred paper novels, among which advantage of our social surroundings and are: Kreutzer Sonota, In Love's shoveth a bill at us when in corn-Dominion, Social Lepers, My Uncle pany, so that we can but Barbasson, The Courting of Diang smile sweetly and pay him off. He stole Thadd, all of Albert Ross' Series, up to a professional man yesterday and Kilyroom, Clemmcan Case, Marie shoved a bill at him for $18 for a livery Bashkertsiff, Artist and Model, etc. WUi Bftla the mm BpproaCbed, "I do not owe you anything. I never had a rig from you, never bought a spear of hay nor a grain of corn, nor a dust ot bran or shorts." "Well," returned the bill fiend, "if you do not owe me for any of these things it is not my fault, for they were at my barn, and you could have bad them just as well not 1 will charge you for what We have the following named 7�" laould owe me." And so it magazines for October: Century, *oe8, Tllere 'bould be an ordinance Cosmopolitan, Lippincott, Forum, "Ralo" a man disturbing your peace of Belford, Harper, North American mlnd every month. Another man was Review, Arma Young Ladies' Jour- approached near Main and Sherman, nal, Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, and the usual bill drawn on him. said he, "1b the fourth time that -sr. m. o. a. aooiai The following is the pregram that will | and placed under look and key, informed Mr. Carr of the bargain proposed. Carr went to Hickerson yesterday ready to receive the corn and its owner with outstretched armB. It appears that before going into the town he sent a runner ahead to see if the coast was clear and to demand pay, in cash, be rendered at the room 1 this evening, commencing at 8 o'clock prompt. Let all who come be there by that time: An Address.........................J. W. Roberts Kecitatlpn-A Temperance Poem............ ....................... Mre. W. B. Tewkeonry Flano Duetto.......Miss Gerte and Bertha Parker Recitation.....................2&1&3 Bessie Taylor We have an Silver Dollar week. extra supply of the issue of judge this Vocal solo....................Mies Oariane Uono for the corn, before it should be deliver Picnic Biiurutoa...................Gem Vaughn _rt Itecltatlon-Qalberto ol Victory............ ..............................Mr, e. Woodrun back to him to bring the corn in. This After which some of the gymnasium be did, but Carr was In waiting and took boys"wity give a short program In the possession ef the said corn, and to-day it gymnasium. Come and en joy yourselves will be shipped to the sheriff at this and have a good sooial time. Everybody place. It is not advisable nor safe to Bell is invited to come, stuff that has been attached, especially when the property attached is under ,100k and key. We are special agents for the Leon Isaac's GLUGINUM PENS. 0p� House Book Store. "This" bill has been drawn on me to-day, and if it is drawn on me again to-day I will para lized the man who draws it." Every member of the concern had tried to collect It, but after this display on the part of the owing man, all other attaches were forbidden to call on the man in debt as the attaches were all too young to die. How bad it was to disturb the peaceful dreams of the man! Surely the day will come when the bill man will rest peacefully with his little case amid the amaranthine bowers preyed for those who forget when the first cf the month appears. The last strain in the above is an extract from a dialogue heard on the cor ner of First and Main streets yesterday, 8und�7 School BSeetlnff. The Arkansas Valley Sunday School convention meets this morning at 10 o'clock in the First Baptist church. An interesting program has been prepared' Good speakers will take part Rev, For first-class job printing go to the Nkwb job roomB. A portion of the fire department moved into other quarters yesterday. Mr. J. A, Rothwell moved from Seventh avenue west, yesterday to Third avenue east. Two of the email boys who left town recently have not returned nor been heard from yet. The Y. M. C. A. social will occur tonight. You had better go and enjoy the evening. Go early and secure a seat. m., . , . . , Wanted:-Immediately, rooms within This was refused, but word wnsjient | aTe blocks of the opera house, furnished for light housekeeping, Address T. this office. A large party of friends from Arlington stopped off yesterday morning en route for Wichita, and spent a few hours with friends in the city. It is rumored that a certain young lady far out on Sherman street east has already purchased a set of Jishes. This | is claimed to be a sure sign. The K. N. G, came back in part, last night. Bome of them remained to see Wlnfleld Scott. Archie Davit* Superior service. Prompt Attention* First Door North of Santa Fe Rottt, I TTfTANTED-Dry eoods salee l�dy. I VV perlence and salary expected. I "o," care Newe. State ex-Addrees Tb la Tim* a Traveling Man. Mr. Ed. S.Russell, wuo has been trav ellngover this broad country for some the whoto Stag through: Those who re __________ _____ , months in the interest of the wholesale turned report a good time and a large Franklin Johnson, D.D., president of the business of the west, bethought himself orowd. They say that all the company Baptist university at Ottawa, Kan., will of the biblical saying that "it is not good rit^t^HT.iiy^Mr.^te.only 100 preach this evening at 8 o'clock. Sub- for man to be alone," accordingly took �laa to g� ��" T"� Wichita again, ject, "Encouragement to Sunday School unto himself a wife yesterday morning Workers." The pastors of the city and � �iB person of MIbs Ida, daughter of Justice Ha; den. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Irvtin in Mb happy way at the residence of the bride's father on Avenue B east. The hanpy couple immediately took an | QPERA HOUSE----HUTCH1HSQNI eastbound train for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and other eastern points. They will be gone for a few weeks, after which thoy will make their home In this city. Mr. R. will continue to sell goods to the good natured retailer an of yore. J. KC. F. FT 1A TE, The Grocer and Baker Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Coffees and Teas, and a full line W Groceries. No. 113 North Main 8treet. Mitchell & Johnson, ^Funeral Directors And Practical Embalmersj No. 14 Weat Sherman. Open C�r aid SlgM D s, Telephone 1163. members of all denominations vlted to meet with us. A Ourloua Bill. The following was handed to the to- porter yesterday by one of our leading Now all the collectors approached ppon physicians. He clipped it from a paper the subject of collections yesterday, sent him by a friend in Europe, it having claim that collections were better than been reproduced from one of the papers for leveral months. Business men state found among, the keepsakes of a family that money matters Sre easier and ready who have had mauy curious things cajh pioatler than tor several months, handed down from one generation to an- Better time* are surely dawning on us, other for the lost thousand years Knlvee and CoopUna; Pine, Jonas, Wickham and Rudy, who were implicated in the affair at the Santa Fe depot on Sunday evening, were arraigned before Judge Stimmel yesterday, JoneB and Rudy plead guilty of disturbing the public peace and were fined 95 and cost each. Wickham plead not guilty to the charge tor which he was arraigned. He was tried and found guilty ot disturbing the peace and given the same sentence. THE PLAY'S THBTHINQ. 6 Six Nights! 6 Wisciuurmji, Octoter, lisa. Var work dose by Peter M. Boilers: In eolderUiE and repairing $t. Joseph...... 0 (ileaainx viA arnamenUnKths KnlyQhou.. o ItSBsirtogtaa Virgin Jetf? baUa# an* W ' -ix^aiLdreakmK�n�w*crUM,4 ---aj|.�0MWtlMI(>eU.an4 satttHRa "JEnooh Arden," The Newton Been oompauy hod, �* waa promised in yesterday morning's IJicwb, a large orowd, to see and bear the rendition of "Bnoch Arden," The play, while not to full of life as the "Olreua Commenclng-JMooday, Sent. 30, Tho Gifted Actor, Surprise Forty. Several friends of Mrs. St. John ar ranged a surprise for her on Tuesday at the residence of Mrs. Wlnfleld Scott, on Church Berlrai. Sixth avenue west She left on Wednes- The meetings at the Methodist church day evening for her home in Leaven-are constantly growing In Interest The worth and the friend* gathered at the crowds are growing larger each session, residence of Mr. Scott and sent for Mrs. while many additions to the church is St John to come. Upon her arrival she the reward for the labors of those who was met by a crowd of merry surprise rs have the Interests of sinner* at heart In- and never was a surprise more complete] teresting sermons are delivered dally and The day was spent in making merry scat each night session. olal convene, refreshments, etc. and was finally ended by the guests making Mrs. �o th� b. and �. committer Bt John the recipient of many nice end The relief and lolioltlng committee of valuable presents. Mrs. St John baa the Hutchinson Benevolent society are many friend* in this city who wish earnestly requested to meet me at my for her all the happinei* and bome this afternoon at 8 o'clock, to make, pleasure that one person ean have la this arrwgfjnenteforthe work that must be lite. The faUowisfj pereone were ptee NEWTON BEERS, In grand uttl letdiatlc proiiucUone. Tub Oreateet ot Great Plays Correctly Costumed and ataged- Thureday, TUB PUOITIVBS, ftlday, MICK OP THE WOODS. V r. Beers u the Jlbbeanicaay Saturday Matinee J LOST IN IOHDOH. Saturday Night, DOT THE CBIOKBT C3 He. Been Celeb Plumber CtTHEBC IS NO CXCU8CI IPYOU HAD CARRIED A ROCKFOBO WATOM-THIS ACCIDENT WOULD NOT HAVE HAPPKNED." S Tto.e IRooicford-S Watch. I ing dealer in FBI0K8 80, 30 AMD 80 OStlttS. tin extra chance tot reserved seats, now on sale at the Opera Boose Book Burs. MaUneaflatardarl . floor* open st 7:�. �:tt. Matin- aalmfday l Certain rlt-B promptly et MICHES, BUMiK JEWELRY MB SltWillf Official Watch Repairer fox Santa tt Railroad Oompany.
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