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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Y HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS: SCNDA* MORNING. DECEMBER 14, 1890. THE DAILY NEWS. 'M- f APHIt OF OITT aVND OOUKTS'. MniCHINBON RWrVB CO ward hold his peace and retire to the r lolUBion of prWate llfo. He may then be permitted to enter the promised land of Irish liberties with his people: but he cannot do bo b* their leader. RAUFH H. KABI.HT, Preelflent end Managing Bdltor. ��RHS OV 8TJB8CBI1TI.OKI Crt t M�w� Is delivered by camera la HutcMt-i a 1. JootU Hntoblnaon ana all eobniba at 80 centa \ irwfc, or 75 cents  month. Th� paper maybe ��d*  ;r!7, six months.......................    T8 r.i.i�tuin(i ratM mad* kaown on application.  ... i^lonc connection (No. 8). la rawing tin Haws by mall atata taauo 4Jia�d, dally or weekly, grrtnR name, city, tonn->* s:id stato. It subscriber changes place ot rnl-�unT irrro former address ae well as present, ana UMe l�m� ot papor taken, dally or weekly. .'.u (fairs la the only paper In the Arkansas ' -iHt). or the states ot Kansas, Missouri, Col-i� >i�i>. 'Peiaa and Mew Mexico that owns both too � luinf.�Su svsbJsk iKoclsfesI Tse*sfioBchSas. ........ ".j O. E. SIDLINGKER 'he ' Drusrerist! rscscriptiona a Specialty. '. i 3f. Ktaln St., i1utr.M-''.Hnrt The   Only Ooator   In PaokiDit Kansas. Hutchinson was the first city in Kansas went of Topeka to establish paoklng houses. When the movo ytbb made our envious little neighbor down the river was loud in her ridicule of the " pretensions of Hutchinson." The Nkwb claimed that no city in the state was so well located for a packing center as Hutchinson, and the results prove the truth of the prediction. The Cincinnati Price Car-rent of Dec. 11 gives the following coin-pa'ratlye statement of business from Nov, 1 to Dec. 10 for 1880 and 1800: Nov. 1 to Dec. 1- 181)0. Uhlcacro.................. ..... �35,IM0 Kansas City...................  3(10,000 Omaha......................... 195,200 HlonxOlty.....................   100,0 0 Indlanapoll....................  l�,no(> Cincinnati.....................  130,000 Milwaukee.....................  111,01:) at. Louis...............!......   ra.ooo Odar BiipldB..................    95,'Jtl) Cleveland......................   00,00t> Louisville......................   ttS.OOf) Ottnmwa, la...................   60,'iO3 Nebraska City, Neb...........   30,63!) Soritli Hf. Panl, Minn..........   4!!,8iu Wichita, Kan..................   10,000 Lincoln, Neb..................   17,C�Q HulclilnBon, Kan..............   It IBS Keokuk, la....................   :)3,307 Onkalooss, la...................    I�,3S7 Iowa City, la...................    7,1)06 �t. Joseph, Mo................   18,000 Uoone, la......................7,000 Des Moines, lo................   20,000 ijulncy, III.....................    10,000 Maralialltown, la...............    10,000 Atchison, Sou................    V,0ft> Let every reader of the News who is interested in the building up of this industry carefully study the above figures. While many of the towns have killed less hogs this year than l&Bt Hutchinson comes to the front with over a 100 per cent, lacrosse. Wichita for Instance with her two large plants has done lees business this year than ever. In fact it is an open seoret that bo poor is the market that Abmoob has a man there buying for his Kansas City house and there are agents there also for Mexi can buyers. It is a fact that Hutchinson has had the largest per cent, of increase of any packing center in the United States. 1SS9 Y05,0C0 813,000 110,0110 ISil.OOO 115,000 l:!9,000 107,000 108,00(1 70,031, 28,000 57,000 37,600 21,000 43,4� lli,WW lti.BOO 5,617 32,100   friends. S. VV. Campbell returned yesterday from his trip to St Joe and Kansas City. Earnest Drake of Herington is expected here to-day on a visit with his brother, Luke, A. L. Forsha leaves to-day'fbr Chicago, with ten car loads of cattle for the market. C.A* Kiger has in his display window two diamonds worth $1,000, they are beauties. , One Price Gash Dry Goods House 18 ALIVE WITH CUSTOMERS AT ALL TIMES. Be sure and Do Your Shopping before Noon from now until December 25th, and avoid, the Crowds. Mrs. Will O. Kegel leftlastnightfor Des Moines, Chicago and Muscatine, to be absent several weeks. Mystic MysterirchB held a rousing meeting last night. Six new men were initiated into the mysteries. Mr. and Mrs. Farah leave for Kansas City to morrow, where they will spend the winter, returning in the spring,: Mort Aliaugh and wife, of the Kingman Leader, are spending Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hager of the Brttns wick, Mrs.E. e Ward of Chanute arrived in the city last evening and will spent several weeks with her Bisters, Mrs. Forsha and Mrs. Barbee. -THE GREWr- Cubes Promptly and riautAKEKTi.Y. XtXXETCJ SflC ATX SXMC. I.umbago, HcadachotToothache, NEURAL. GIA, Soxe Throat, Swellings, Frost-bites, SCIAXXCA, Sprains, Bruises, Barns, Scalds. IHE CHARLES A. V0GELEB CO.. Baltimore, Ml. A Few Items Opened this Week: 6 doz Black Cashmere Sliawis, $1 to $5 50. ., 1Q0 lbs Imported Saxony, full weight 12Jo sken* *75 doz Ladies' Ribbed wool Kose 15c jiair 3 pes 68 in. Bleached Table Linen, Diamond patt-ern, $1.25. 300 doz Napkins to match, 3e. 150 doz Put e Cambric Mull Handkerchiefs, exoiusue de&igns,a\ uko. /.!,. P. MARTIN S CO. x O. EL BXJSH, ac.bn? p.b A Virginia mau is possessed with the idea that be iB a goose. Now in Kansas there have been a few oases discovered where perfect geese have thought themselves men. The London Timti is, probably callerl the "Thunderer" because it makes it big nriolse, but never does any harm- Tho Ktralfr Bros. Who has not heard of the famous Kiralfy Brothers? And who has not longed for an opportunity of hearing them play ''Around the World in Eighty Days?" The play will be produced, in this city Tuesday evening upon a scale of splendor surpassing all Its previous productions. It has new and elaborate sconery, painted by Europe and America's most distinguished scenic artists. It has gorgeous costumes, '.especially made for this play by recognized artists in their line. This popular play will bi> produced in this city Tuesday evening, and the price of admission will be 50s, 75c and $1. SYNOPSIS OF SOBHBtS,      A Prologue-Club of tho Eccentric.   A wager of half a million. ACT I-Sobsk l.-Btm, Ttaw of 0�nal, (asw) by Arthur Orenus. Arrival of otaatuer, nolfa." A chase fer $20,C00. b&sxb B.-East la-illnn unnKllow. Fnrchsieof an elephant, fix, In a fix. Scekb 0.-The royal necropolis,"(now) by Hagnanl and Alf. John, tte grandest oIsru picture ever presented. Funeral Pagoant. The Itajah'a wifo. "Down on yonr kneee." To. tha itBcne. ACT ll-Pcr.se l.-Uotel in Calcutta, with a view of the city. Tho Dlecrlniinallos Jndi;e. Bcmk 3.-A garden In Toklo, by Barley Merry Grand VeeUve March. Kntianco o etth*ttti^'ilt^lfstdai-i./.-^''.-. �. Qraad Finale by entire Corps de Balled, AGP Hi-Soma l,-A room Init* FrantlKo. Saiiut 3 -Kearney Station on the p. It. It- The !l'rsln. The attack by the Bead Agents. Another Victor, Co'urabia and other makes. liSIlpil]gIlffELI�pt3l�l�iT^^ Leadinq Importers op Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. LOWES I HRICE8, 100 Vitltlrig Ca�*(' En^rwed Copperplate, 41.80. Our lllastrated Catalogue, The handsomest ever Issued In the West, will give you thousands of .suggestions as to what will make a nice Anniversary, Birthday or Holiday present. Write ut, and wo will gladly send ft to you 100 VIsiBagrfrrdtV From Prate S1.0Q< . \8ilvbr Plated Ware, Table Cutlery, Wedding and Engagement Rings. - 81S Main Stjreat. BjgBfpipli^JBrpar^ll^ Upshaw, Bishop & Co. I Uht -AND-i GARPETSf eading House in South* western SCansas. It is useless for us to try in this limited space to tell you of the immense stock we carry in vTio\ir Five Large Rooms, or to g'lve y0U an idea of the extremely low prices we are making. Tht y, accompanying Rocker is a sample. IUPSHAW, BISHOP & CO. This Elegant Pohshed AaUqutJ'Oftk and Silk Plush 119 M   IVf Tir,   UnUlv,,__ Kockeronly $3.50. Send for IHaetrated Catalogue.  11^5 1^. lViaUi, nUtClUnSOn.   

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