Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Hutchinson News Newspaper Archive: December 14, 1890 - Page 5

Share Page

Publication: Hutchinson News

Location: Hutchinson, Kansas

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS: SUNDAY MOKNING, LEOEMBER 14,1890. 6 THE DAILY NEWS. t OMTOlAt, VKSUB. UV.VITT AHD OOUHTT. BIT TUB HUXCHIN80IT NKWS CO. BA&MI M. IAIUT, rntUast a&dXintglaKMMor. W. T. ATBtfllBOB, Bacretatr. -"THE:- VAtffl fflfffl � BANK, HUT0HIN8ON. KANSA8, Dapltai; Surplus, SI 00,000.00 15,000.00 CORZUfSFOMDBnrS.' TUMontf Bank ol tho Kapirtille, Hew York. � mm HtUoua Bsok, Ohltttfoi I1L nmanalBaakof IBSMSsOltv.Kaiisaa City, Bio, w.a.BUUNB, c. n. wiiiFLBt, w. a. nuTOniHBON,    o. w. mtjlkby, �ylW-PlWl't. A��'t OmUH. Tho Largest Variety of HOLIDAY GOOD � In the olty.    Prices reasonable, Come and see.       ! "Woodard  'a purchase to Hutohlnson lies in the (act that) he will now use every endeavor to extend the market for the Kansas salt With his new- ro id, .the Union Pactflo, added to the Missouri Paciflo Mr. Gould can and will supply the thousands of mileB of roads under his control from this point. The great enemy the Kansas folks had to contend with has been the Michigan fields and tlie trouble there was that the "Q" road took a special interest in it and would force all other lines to 'give advantages in atos, while the Hutchinson field had no defenders who could or would meet the "q" in battle array until Mr, Gould stepped in. From that day tho mortgage "oaoal" has had no further terrors to the Hutchinson salt men. In a word the future for Hutchinson was never so bright. There ore daily eastern capitalists writing here for points on the coming greut town of western Kansaf, recent events having pushed the salt center to the front of Kansas towns. Surrounded with the finest oountry God ever made, by a people courageous and hopeful, there is nothing to prevent the city fulfilling the prophecy of the wildest boomer in the days of '87, when every body was orazy. OTberers no city In Kansas to-day with the railroad facilities of Hutchinson-a thing which the wholesale men. �of the east are fast recognizing. There is no point in the state so admirably adapted to the great packing industry-a fact well attested by the phenomenal success of the Fowler-Underwood ' company, and the comparative business given in another column. � There is no 'point in the state so well adapted for large grain elevators, situated at the rightspotto command the situation east to Chicago or St.. Louis markete, south to Galveston and deep water or west to New Mexico and Arizona. These points it will not do to overlook when considering the future, of Hutohlnson, for while her salt industry alone 1b sufficient to make of her a large city, those other Industries' will all come in to swell the grand totals. Lets have no. more croaking about Gould going to "kill off the salt business.'" He couldn't kill it off if he wanted to, and he doesn't want to. Mr. Gould's connection with Hutchinson salt is not for evil, but-for good. any other church, but he has unmercifully cut some of the dogmas and superstitions that men have woven around the subject of religion. H� Claims religion is a common tense efftir, and sot a myc-teiiQus something tha*. no one but the preachers can uadaisund. And probably this is the secret of his success in this city. His subject last night was the "Bible plan of salvation," in which he uted a j large chart. Owing to press of other matter only an outline of the sermon can be given. The question, "What must I j do to he saved," is the greatest question tbft*. over engsged the attention of man. Where shall I go to find an answer to that question? To the Acts of the apostles. This book Is pre-eminent'.! the book of the Holy Spirit. There is not a parable or-a dartf Saying la it. It's all plain faots of history of what the apostles did, and heece no one need mokea mlatakb if hp should go to that book, if he beUtsvod. in the word of QA at i>Jl. We understand the ques tlon to meau saved (torn pSBt sinp. . Tne first timo the question was ever asked was . on tho day of Prratecont, Tho. pjbpla asked It of the pteacheru. The authority was given to the opoatiee. No mail over preached to a harder set of people than did Peter on'that day. Thoy had passed byiheSon of God hanging nntbe crosB Could the world stand that eight to-diiy? Mr. Updiko here took up the Bible and read the answer that wan given to those persons to that question, I am not going to analyze the answer. I'll let it stand Just as the opostleB gave it, "Repent and be baptized every one of you, and ye shall recelvo the gift of the Holy Spirit." Mr. Updike alBO Bhowod that the (tops necessary were faith, rep an t-ance, confession and baptism. Mr. Updike will preach this morning on "The Soldier." In the afternoon at 4 o'clock, under the auspices of the Y, M 0, A., he will speak to men only. Subject, "Samson's Biddies." Every man in Hutchinson should hear him. To-night he will preach again, commencing ac 7:80. Bong service, conducted by Mr. Essies, at 7:00 p. m. Go and hear tUein. A. Uunawny, YesterdBy the team hitched to Pugh's milk wagon ran away and'did contider-able damage, The team ran several blocksdnd wound up by running into a bay window,breaking out all the glass. This is the seoond time this team has ran away in a month. At Hodw. Cards are out announcing that Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Roberts will be at home to their friends at 126 East Fourth avenue after Wednesday,' Deo* 17. - Friends are-requested to note thiB on their calling Hata. ''     : , ����� Poetomca Opontns:. The post office will be open for the distribution of the mail today one half hour earlier than usual, and close one half hour earlier. The time will be from 9:30 td 10:80. Patrons of the office will please take notice of this. at Hyde's bakery, No. 15 North Main street, charges the same ns.Wnl l�uud'y and first class work guaranted. Try it. T.-icyclea, bicycles aud bjby cibs below co.-t, at C. H.. BUllman's, No. 121 North Main street. Go tj V. M. 0. A. rousting at 4 .o.clock at the tabernacle for men only. Kav. Updika will speak. On Tuesday evening one of the be�t show's that ever come to Hiitchibsoa will be at the opera house, t. Fishman has the agency for the Am�rlr.�j! steam laundry, Hn will send for your work by leaving word at his store.   U. h. Wiilli ft Bro. No one should miss tho ranting at the tn>erracV at 4 o'clock this afterooon. Subject "Samson's Riddle." Leave your laundry with C, C. Ernest & Co., oomor Main and Sherman, agents for the Kansas Steam Laundry, Wicblta.Kan. Brehmathia Gama store, 137 Siva street, will make you smile. Dishes never so oheap. Niaest dishes ever-shown. - Gc inrt hear tho Poik Si�ten at �h� Bantiat oburca Tiinsdiiy evening at 60) o'clock. Admission 25 cents. Lots of fun and musio. Wa hav� the largos'variety of holiday goods ouywu in the city und we will corn-rare prices with any stooks Bhown. Woodartl& Winslow.  , For books of ail kind?, album), tin si ing caws, CHtlslmas cards, baake'.e, til toy a and novelties, you should.-go lo Wccdard & Wmslow's. If you want to make a present, look through that oleganc tray of gold rings at Klger's, A puce 18 carat gold ring would make a nice present. See Klger's stock 93 NoiUi Hafa. Judge AtwoodContinues quite low but hopes are entertained for his recovery. The judge is one of the most popular men in town and it is to be hoped that hs will scon be out again. The Daylight Clothing otore to make room for other goods will make a special drive in men's and boys overcoats for the next twenty days. If you heed anythin j in that line call at the Daylight, Go to Brehm'a this week. See Brehm's dlsheBSure this week. Get Brehm's prices this week. This is the week to go to see Brehsa. Week this is Brehm to see surely, ThoH. D. &. J.-Co. mean just what they eay on their discount sale. The goods are going rapidly, and It is wonder, when they have marked their fine stock at flgureB away below competition. l_Z The Rock Island and Union Pacific have on sale winter tourists tickets to princinnl points Bnuth and WBBt at reduced rates. Also all year round tourist tickets to Pacific coast points, good six month!, from date of sale, allowing a paa-Benger stop over privileges at all principal points of interest both going and returning. These tickets are first class and are sold at reducea rates and special pains are taken for the accommodation of passengers. THE GRAM. Our entire stock of MILLINERY To be Closed Out at Beginning MONDAY until the entire Stock of Millinery is closed out we will make a GRAND CUT of 1-30 TO PRINTERS. We offer for sale a Napa-noch Cutter (25 inches) at a bargain, News Priming ant) Paper Co, pUrOHINSON. TH E BRUNSWICK. (Buctaaaar fa\notel Midland.)  oavantr.flTe KCQmaTWna la'rgeat and Aneat total in Butchinao&i ^11 modern eormolancet a.j* H*a�a,Prop., . ' f onaaity at Hotel Bnmi BaTn,Maa>E�r, tPanMtly of *Idlaml-^ '.KlagmsB.-- IBE RHIBia wbkk OLOOED. BaUaioa tfa� Main Hubjoot of Onmna-'    tlon at tb� rrcaant Time. Whether one agrees with Mr, Updike or not, he must admit that he certainly has crested a sensation in this city, and while he is not a sensational preach as that word la generally understood, yet he has gotten people to thinking and talking about the subjects that he presents at the tabernacle, and has also been remarkably successful, both la the Increased interest in tho meeting and the number of persons that heed the voice nf the preacher. Mr. Updike in many respects te a wonderful man. His mind Is complete, and he asks odds of no man. He has the thinking class of people to hear him. His converts are from principle and not'from sentiment, and tboBe who have joined under his preaching are the solid thinkingolsss. While heu bitter in bis enunciations of sin, and a firm be lleverio the Bible, yatnothing has bees said that could be takeu as a persoaal mittor, be has not saijl a word against Children Cry for.Prtcher'i CastoriaJ CITY NEWS Go to Bee Brehm and be happy. Go to Brehm for your groceries. Get Brehm's prices lure this week. Regular council meeting Monday even-ing. ; Bav your dishes of 'Brehm and save mosey. Peak 8isteas Tuesday eve at dtptitt church. Happy Brehm's. ypu will 'be if you go to See the elegant line of garnet jewelry at Klger's. '     " Some wonderful colors of geraniums in bloom at Johnsons. . Holiday goods ot every description at Woodard & Winslow's. Go to Cunningham's for fancy candies, 88^ South Main street. Buy a pair nf those elegant solid gold cuff buttons, at Klgei's. Exhibition every afternoon. Pacific Washing Mashlse company. If you like to see something fine, gate in Klger's window as you pass. A full line of solid sold chains and oharas at Klger's, SS North Main. - Get one of those oxidized silver thimbles at Klger's. They are daisies. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Roberts, twin girls, born Saturday doming. Pure candies at Cunningham's, 15a to 40c per pound, 23Jf South Main street. Gall and s'ee the elegant line of old silver knives, forks and spoons at KiKBi'*. Acorn stoves and ranges below cost, at o. H. Stallman's, No. 121 North Main street. Look through Kiger's Block of diamonds if you wont to make a valuable present.'  88B the sew and elegant design of silverware at Kiger's, before you make a purchase. Buy a gold Rookford watch of Kiger, the only complete line of watobea in Hutchinson. Don't fail to see those elegant tea sets at Kiger's, when you are up town looking around. Gahsn is selling pants cheaper than any place in the olty. No. 98 South Main street If to-day is anyways near as good �� yesterday there will be no excuse for not going to church..-, Oscar Ryde, agent for Clark's Steam laundry, Newton, Kansas. Washing called .tor and delivered. Leave orders Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla Wheaiia tUa erocor't ators yoa stand And Ottenft cream bread demand. He csrefal not to bo mfeaed Aidbnltatfona tak� Inatead. For dealer* will oft fling praises * Of that which may more profit brin^, Let not your eenaev clouded be Bmmho a anawy loaf yon �ee,| For vlUalir Is not r on fined To darbest colore, bear in mind, * nd oft the ah am lo not remote From fairest face or whitest coat. Kx�tniao woll with careful oyp Tse loaf until the name von npy, And always thuer>e well assured That Otten's bread yon have procured. And should a lingering doubt remain 'Twill vanish, when at voa. That loaf of bread is brought In play. Nothing reserved Hats, Ribbons, Feath ers, Ornaments, Trimmings of all kinds to be sold at You will have a chance to get fine Millinery at LESS than you pay for common trashy goods. , BEGINNING MONDAY, DECEMBER I THE GRAND. Leading Merchants of the State, geo. TURBU8H, PresidMi. J. W. WOOD, Secretary and Tnunr* HO! Is dosing out his Entire Stock of roceries I AT OOSTl (To the purchaser) for less money than any other dealer can do. FLOUR. Crystal, $1.40. PeerleBB, $1,80. Pride, $1.16. 18J^ lbs. granulated sugar for $1.00. IE lba. L.B. sugar for $1X0. Lion and Arbuckle coffee 25 cents. Best Sontosii SS oasts, 8 lbs. M. & J, for $1.00. All the best giadeB of tea from 90 to 80 cents per lb., which Is one quarter oheap-er than any one else sells the same grade and each tenth sale i give free. Breakfast bacon (uncut) 0 cents per lb. Dry salt bacon, 1% cents per lb. Best cider vinegar, 5 years old,40 cents Pure cider vinegar, IS cents per gal. Head Light oil (the only good test) 18c. Large saok meal (white) 85 cents. Small saok meal (white) 20 cents. Japan rice, 8 lbs. for SO cents. New oat meal, 4 cants per lb, Pure buckwheat flour, 5 cents per lb. New pure apple butter, 0 cents per lb. Genuine Peach Butter 10 cents. Plum Butter 10 cents. Apricot Preserves 15 cents, solid fruit. Orab Apple Preserves 15 cents   " New jelly, 10 cents per lb. SOAP. , Rsx Boap 7 burs for 85 cents. Clarette Bosp 8 bars for 25 cents. Palm Oil 8 bars for 25 cents, - Palm Oil 8 bars for 10 cents, California cabbage & cents per pound. Potatoes-Utah SO cents par peck. Two sacks table salt for 5 cents. King's buckwheat 15 cents. Kraut (new silver leaf) 6c per quart. California Prunes, 15 cento. New pickles, sweet and sour. CHOW CHOW. French mustard in bulk. Pickled pig's feet 9 pieces for 5 cents.' Boneless ham 10 cents per pound. . Starch, bulk, 6 cents per pound, Starch 8 cents per jy^kage., All goods guajaoceort to be the best In the market ssd to give perfect astlifac-tion. Jobbing orders filled in whole or broken packages. 328 North Main St. WE ARE Carriages, Buggies and Wagons, Salt Well Supplies 1 Hutchinson   Hardware   Co. STERLING SILVER INLAID SPOONS I isiiiaijf'i'-'.iffij Will last a life time, and solid silver. are lesa than half the cost ot! Found only at W. R. Marshall & Cos., tl IE JEWELERS. Also Solid Silver and Silver Plated "Ware. J. M. JONES, -thk- Merchant Tailor. Finest line of goods in the city always in stock* 00   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication