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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HMLY NEWS: FRIDAY MORNING, �ECRM.#R 19, 1890. Willi I Tatf s PRIBE US' uied 8'i>i)ki.,v. 'Fry a sunk of our HACK FMSA! ~(fl[PW0BIE KANSj The bort Flour in the market, only 1.60 a- Back and every mo* goMMtoed. C lb package CoSee. tt.  i (.an Tomatoes JOc. i lb can Com l�n. i Ih can Htrtntt Beans I'*.. '�I lb can Poae 10c. s lb can Pumpkin li'c. * ll) can;J.lma lianas 10c * lb tan, k .WPiAjr, -16c. a lb ?aa UlatiiWslfio u*. * lb can ltasnbefrlos WKt. �lb can lnoeMirrlee, J 9c. �S1!) can HtrawbBrrtoa 1211c. a lb can Gooseberries lBtfc. X lb can italtlmora Poaches. SIH lb eon  ' *S� lb can      " lft4 lb con -Vt lb can       �' *V4 lb can 2*4 lb can      " lb can Gallon can     � CJallon can      " ftalloil cau      " 1 lb OanHaluinn. ll>c. 1 lb Cat) stacker*', 10;. 4 llit'/in Hopioii Bul-M Buans, -.�>� 1 lb Can Lohstura, ?0c. 1 lb Can Hhrlmpfl,'J6c. i Can ty Arawrli-jm fjnrdlnca, 8tft--. Onr; Muntaril .Saidlnea, lliiic. mibcri.LAflKOUa. <:i'rt Uitcawacat Honr, 26c, Jt Ihel'loko llonlnv, S6 ls�at�. > The city waa stnnlcd jeaterday ot receiving the intelligence of Dr. Kobsrl-eon'a deaUi. Ho ha� jeen feeling badly for come time, but do one expected anything Eeiioualy wrong. On Tuesday oToning be bad attended a lodge and aeemed In cheerful spirits. Juat after dinnt r yeaterdey he i�aa taken violently ill and died within an hour. He had been troubled with heart disease for several years and it is supposed thie caused his death. Dr. N, T. P. Robertson baa been a real-dent of Hutchinson for fourteen, yean, coming here April 18, 1870. He was greatly beloved by hia aBBociatef.andhad the confidence and respect of all with whom he came in contact. When death overtook him he waa in the full enjoyment of the pleasures to be derived from 'unaolrlah actions and (v warm heart. He waa 68 years of age last March. In his death the tnedlo&l profession has suffered a severe loss, a brother honorable and upright in his professional dealings and a man who scorned an unfair advantage. The time for the funeral has not been definitely settled, but will probably be Sunday. The lodges of which he was a member will have charge, and make nil the arrangements. Some of his relatives live at a distance, �nd it is thought they (jaunotbe here before that time. Dr. Robertson-was a member of several to-oret societies and they will take a part in doing honor to his memory. The friends of the family have the, sympathy of all friends in their hour of sorrow. A TALK Of WOK. The Great Rsis of :..pvt'i and  dirt is PEARL1NE.   Try 1;. on the spot-it i::- �; > perfidy ar.d Jdevilishneas of oae vvhom he hid sl�a}s regarded ti3 bio bent Msnc". ilia eyie kiudled wisli e�me-thin;; of the old Are and spirif as he tolii hoT.', five y�ars cgn, ho led to the altar era* of the bflieR of bis r.ativetown, aad iiow happily tiwy hud gtarteiiont to ti'iivsi over !if�'� v'niied pathtvayn. For ifflf four years peace aid happlcets rvijined fcupreme in that now hotne.with out cltnid i>t B�sp!c>ow to dim tha lustre o! hnp.-, the brlgLtes', jswol in lb� crown of > rnr.il. Hit d-5!--rs were *lwey� open to !>5it Wcudr ,i:ttl �'n-Arm grectirtg awn.-ted thufit, Siut tho '.ioi� o&mn when li!;-. -i tt >v�r  idoit that the plant gets nutri mint of perceptible ifffCtfrom thestones liming wfiich ite roota grow will be rew t > myBt florists who handle these bulbs in quantity, snd who use theeo stoneB only for tho purpose of holding the bulb and its Wo'vib, upright, N 4lay.  1 am vonro in t,h� (I A JHX8TJBBIOII8 KJLOPKMK^T. The luuna; People Met In. the a rave-yard and Drove Away. Kansas City, Dec. 17.-Yesterday afternoon a tall, good-looking man Iwith a sandy beard walked into Davis & Hear-don's livery stable at Independence and hired a hack and driver and drove out to a little place called Biz Miles. Seeming-: ly not satisfied he drove on and then re-: turned. It was now dark, and when he reached tbe oemetery near the Six Miles he ordered the driver to atop and 'stepped out of the hack. Juat then a toungwoman from among the tombstones walked toward the haok and met tho young man and complained of hiving had to wait over an hour. They then, proceeded to the depot and took the 9:30 train for Kansas City. They are now b -lievedto be on their way to Montann, as the driver heard the man speak of goina there. Local Sporting- It is understood that local gentlemen with sportipg proclivities are trying to arrange a race between ore of tbe fattcBt men in town and n thin traveling rain. The raoe is to be 200 yardi", and the f;tt map. ie to have twenty feet the stprt. The fat inai: says he is cure to win if the race takf-a plnoe In an alley, an hv spreads out eo when he runs that a lean man could not p*t?s him, even though willing to risk life or bodily infirmities. The race is E?t for this afternoon av.d wii! taVe place unless ?n (f, bur, sifter taciinug the fav,,r they forget; everything. WOMEN AS X,AT DSLXOATBS. Vhat a Dlertymaa of another Denomlm-tla'n Baa to Say, The News yeatetday asked a minister of another denomination whathe thought of the admission of women as lay dele' gates in the Methodist churoh. He replied that he did not see the necessity of mixing in the Ugh of another church, but under the promise cf withholding his name, he consented to deliver him-s�lf which he did as follows: "So far as the step proposed Is concerned, I see no objection if there was any assurance that the matter wouli stop there, but it would not. Tho next move would he for women pre�chera and this I regard as olearly against the teachings of the scriptures. "While not desiring to oriticise the Methcdistoburch in amy way, since you naked me, I will say that my opinion is that Buch a step would prove unfortunate. Understand me, I am not concerned in tho regulation cf that church and would not presume to criticise it. What I say is not e.% the minuter of en-other church but the private opinion of a private citizen. "It is '.rut that w�t r.etd in our churches ail the help we can get and if by this means the cause of religion would be furthered, I would say a.'nen. Itie my judgment that it would not help matttrs and unless convinced that it would, I think the move would be ti mistake. Women havo dor. j noble w< rtc iri'special lines, hut as preachers I amk they would iiot succef i'." It seems that aV tho towns tare about j alike in local newp, and all sorts of devices are resorted to to fill space. A re- j porter on onoof tho western dtilies wrote a long article on a man nemed 6Tilth doing EornethlEg or other in New York, and pneied it over to the city editor. "Why," said that dignitary,, "this is not local news at all but the most general kind of general." 'Beg pardon, I forgot," replied the polite and accomodating reporter, and taking the manuscript h ',,l voul-.'. T.vn i<:wramoiia-tions of tUe<� '�o grout m- arj first class in �v-xy retip�ct, iiod taeir employees are unuer kinck ordoro t-j use their beet Hideavors fo,- \bi o ,nve'iieace, safety mid nc3omod�tion of tno tr�veling | publ:c. Forfuriher tuformaticin apply I.', tiiB Rock Island licaet t filo*, which will be gli'.dlv g'ven you. J. A MrjuMLLiND, Agent. W. B. O. Notice The committees from Joe Hooker Post No. 17, and committees from Sons of VeteranF, will meet the W. R. C. com-mitteen im Friday at 4 p. m., at their rooms in Odd Fellowa' hall. E, M. HoosKit, Pres. M. JLorjisK MiUjArd, Bee. Probably a Oanard The c,1;, Soeeph iV,tw Fays one of itB re porters mit & Reno county, Kansas, man recently and proceeded to interview bim. A'ter trying in every imaginable way tbe baffled reporter was about to give up the task in despair when tho man apparently melted and vouchsafed this information. "I will inform you confidently that no state in  inl Knnsf\B for the amount of its sunshine, the number pf its Bunshining days, surfl>werp, sun flowerstilk" at:d eons of guns. If that will make your paper any more readible shuck it in." ftotlce tt, Dootora. The physicians of the city and vicinitv are requested to meet to-night at Dr Brohm's office at 7:80 to arrange for attending the funeral of Dr. Robertson. Whoa Baby was alck, we gave! When ana was a Child, she cried tar Oastorla, Wbaa she became Waa, aba shins; toOattcrta. Wbeo she bad Children, abe gars tbeut OMtortt, 'i he 4nurlcmu Idea Is that, "noshing is too cord for mewhen I travel," and in coneequeuoa we lvive beenmo noted as the most luxi'iou-trav-lers in tho world That whiub the pe"p1e demand, tbe roods mu�>t supp'y, and thus we have also the most perfefl'W atipointed railway service inth"ivntlt Tbe treve'er now dines in n full t an pvlace ttlning car o'n�r through i" h'P journey, from Ouncil Blt-ff i *nd Omaha to 8ati yrnnoleco, on the Union and S mthern Pneilin Mthdn, CVildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Casterbu The Ball corset has soft eyelets. Soft eyelets are loops of corset lace stitched into the corset ; softer, smoother, pleasanter, neater, more womanlike than metal. The Ball is the easiest ever worn by woman. The ease is due to covered coils of fine-wire spring in the sides. These springs hug the figure gently, and yield with every little strain. The Ball is " honed" with Kabo that never breaks or kinks or rolls up or shifts i'rorn it-, ainec. You cau wear'a Ball corset Uvo cr.shi-ec weeks;-and, if don't like it, return it to -I,-_-re you got it and }jet your money back. The manufacturer pays the merchant to do that' Camioo Coucct Co., cblcico and New York. Ball's Kabo Corsets at "MnrfrmH." 0   0 Announce that their m ai Mai In the Midland be opened Hotel corner will 20, We will have a full line of fine Meats, Lard, Oysters and fish, The trade, on surrounding towns is solicited We will put on trains any or^er received one hour before departure. TERMS: Strictly Gash to Everybody. No accounts kept. Hutchinson Packing Co. NOTICE. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria' Are you aware that you c;tn nave the coat in one winter .in providing 5 our windows and doors with our Patent vv eaiher Strips in.ifae saving i..f fuel, to say noth ing of the comfort det ived therefrom. They ar  worth fcht-ir weight in gold t > keep out du-t and dirt. We fur-ni-h them all put in place, if o desire, aud at lower prices than you have ev�r'bought them before. We also furnish to oider s  and �U,'fW5��i.fry^-tBfei^^,>^.^�,pe^.o>tjp--,.. �Oi'.Vty, by honest and fair iloaVitig, ly Just welgats,ai�l fnliotneasiivo, strivsi�,-. uwrii ih* continued fivor of nil. Tnhiph.one.78.        . J.JW, KANAOA;& CC. SC W. WAIN 6621   

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