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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HIITCHINSON DAILY NEWS: FRIDAY ilOUNING. DECEMBER 19,1890, rrmiilaat sad KraastaR JMStor. WUTCHIMSON, KANGA8. Surplus. * 100,000.00 I B.C0O.O0 ook�!3SPONM!HT8: '.teal: ol Bib Heptane, Now Sori:. , rta* nanonai Bmk..bus*^�, in.  *��.> obtain lust night anil for ar> largo a crowd the order was as it ha* baen all through the meetings, remarkably cowl. The boIo last night Ivy Mr. Eaeton was "Are you one of lbs ninety b�d nine?" Tho text viae from Mark 8 chapter. The BUbJect. "*sh�mnd of Christ." The wovi'b of my text are indeed wonderful words. Never before bad mankind llsteoetl tln7 Bati arid brought vip in poverty. If he had had nothing but hjs poverty wo might be aihamed of him. But did he not get to tli�top of she ladder of iaraG? How many of you are Rehamoil of Jnuiea A. Giu'Seld? Leave out of sight his polUi cai view. I don't think there unman but whit would �pr'ak of hltr. with faellDgu of pride? Yet ho was a poor, fatherless boy. There is ulwayo a chance for nuch buys an these-boys of character. When wo look at Christ born in poverty, living in poverty, and dying i:i poverlj, me you ashamed of bim? Ob, no, yon aro proud of Iilm. Borne don't waat to think of His poverty; but I do. That is *.b.e a big crop next year if Indications count for ft .y-thing, | Th� Want ^11 BlclV. j, A. liunton of Anthony is in the city on his resurn' from a '-rip through tho weiitorti part of the state. Speaking ot his trip litt evening hn said: "Whiletho farmers ou* west are hard up, nothing like destitution prevails. Thern is plenty for all to eat and all saom to bo availing themselviis of rho privilege, too. It is true that a goodly number of people have left that country, but so far as my observation !b concerned, they lure gono ouly temporatily. Denied many'of' thu coca.' forte, they tiro of havl.ig only the neces;' Bariea and naturally ilesire to return for the winter to u eouutrj where) they cin have what they want." Spenkiug of Amhouy and Harper conn ty, Mr. Huston SHid: "Aitho.iv is if excellent abspe. Our people nre prosperous and cur hopes swing high. Tho farmers are inclined to be reasoimlr, and sob that providence i?. comity around all right." a. Change of Owners Oil next Monday Cap?. Hedden wlli take charge of the Queen City hotel. ThiB is a move that will be appreciated by.tba general public. If there Is any one mau that excels in his line, that man is Cape. Hedden. He is experienced at the business and knows how to run hotel in flrBtclaes shape. He is already well known in this line here and has a reputation that will draw trade from the day he commences bis new venture. He has a large and well arranged house and one that is convenient for guests. Under big management the Queen City hote^ will take rank as one of the best In this part of the state. The captain's many friends will welcome him right royally and accord to him the patronage be de. serves. The hotel will be opened under hie management next Monday for dinner A �?ood Oomplimept. Mr. Wi E. Hutohlnson of Hutchinson proposes to build up his city in com mercial importance by securing friends in a very novel and effective way. Be proposes to let the people in other towns have 6(1 thtt political offices while Hutchinson people attend to business. Mr Hutchinson will doubtless find a great many people who will indorse bis prop osltion. In a business point of view Vit. Hutchinson of Hutchinson has msde the test hitof the season- WichitaStacon. A Hutc]ilQ�Du Hay Honored. J. F. Law bod, son of J.. II. L*wson of this city, was one of the contestants at the Washburn college oratorical contest. He received second place on thought and composition, and third on delivery. Web Wilder graded bim first. Mr. Law-son is a bright young man, and is reflecting honor on his city. Two Lieentei. Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to David W. Muck and Era Shsfer, both of Haven; Walter J, Harris of Haven and Flora V. Smith of Yalley township. Oar Holiday Importation, -Belfast linen handkerchiefs discount all former purchases In variety,style and prices, Wearetbe handkerchief houiw of this season of the city. .....A, W. Ihkm, A YoQtnfnl OOeortsr. For a period of ohout two years a little bt>y called "Scuttie" lios been doing con-slderablepetty pilfering. He has bewu caught times without uutqber. Once he bald up a littln girl and robbed her of fifty cents. About a week ag") be stole soma sacks from one of tte millB aud took them back the next day and odd them to the rightful owners. He seems to hate confided his secret to another boy, who gave him away, and "Scottle" was �r rested. He promised to do better and the police judge let bim go on condition that he would ro to school. This he readily promised to do, but never went. Yesterday he was caught stealing oranges and wassgMn arrested. This time he was sent to Jail for five days and has four days yet to stay there. He is 11 years old. Charged With Stealing. Walter Kelley was up before Judge Hay dun charged with stealing several tx tides from John Button ot Havon township. It appears that Eelley was formerly in tho employ of Mr. Sutton and conducted himself in a straight-forward manner. After bis term ot employment had expired he left the county and nothing more was seen of him until he stole the articles. Ho waived a preliminary and was sent to jail to nwatttho sitting of the district court. Tho caso against him is slid to bo strong. Memorial derrloas Will bs obsorved at the Young Men's Ohriitian Association Sunday afternoon in memory of our beloved brother, Chan, L, Holwick, who, It will be remembered, was one of tho Kansas missionaries to tho dark con tin ont, and who quietly and peacefully passed awayOot.20, and this Sunday the young man's meetings throughout the stats will be a memorial service. Oapt. Geo. C. Sperry of Topeka will be here to conduot the services, All young men are cordially invited to a'.tend. _ Luablag: Oat far the Poor, The city marshal can tell the exact condition of the weather without ever leaving Mb office, if he was so disposed, A fall in temperature is the signal for a ruBh ot applicants for food and fuol, For sorno reason there seems to be more distress among the poor this year than usual, and It tho present rate of calls keeps up during the winter the city's poor expense will be a largo one.. CITY N�W3 Don'tfcrget the Milk Maids' CongreJ grtion which will bo given about the tirst of Jinuary for the benefit of thu Bii-Utt church. Special sale fancy plush rocktsri and other holiduy goods from no* until Ohrittmaa at Willett'B, 12 North Main, ,;!H�vo already shippfld ut.'.nwtive novelties in portiorep, rug?, vtc,-will bo there in time for Christmas," writes Mr. z\ Wall, now i� tho �a�t. I. Fiahmnn has tho agency for the American, steam laundry, He will send for your -vnrk by leaving word at blB stori-. 17. L. Willis & Bro. HO i mm Is closing out his Entire Stock of G roceries ! AT OOSTl (To tho purchaser) for less money than any other dealer can do. FLOUB. Crystal, $1.40. Peerless, $ 1.80, PrWc, f 1.16. 13^ Ids. granulated sugar for $1,00, 1510a. L. B. sugar for fl.CO. Lion and Arbackle coffee 25 cento, Best SautosB 26 cents. 8 lbs. M. & J. for $1.00. All the best grades of tea from 26 to 80 cents per lb., which is one quarter cheaper than any one else sells the same grade and each tenth sale I give free. BrenkfuBt bacon (uncut) 9 cents per lb. Dry salt bacon, 1% Cents per lb. Best cider vinegar, 5 years old, 40 cents ' Pure cider vinegar, 16 centa per gal. Hfcad Light oil (the only good test) 18c. Ltrge sack meal (white) 86 cents. Small sack meal (white) 20 cents. Japan rice, 8 lbs. for 25 cents, Nuw oat meal, 4 cents pnr lb, Pure buckwheat Hour, S cents per lb. New pure apple butter, 9 cents per lb. Genuine Peach Butter 10 cents. Plum Butter 10 cents. Apricot Preserves 15 cents, solid fruit. Crab Apple Preserves 15 coats " New Jelly, 10 centa per lb. SOAP. Bex Boap 7 burs for 35 rents. Olarette sosp 6 bars for 25 cents. Palm Oil 8 bars for 25 cent?. Palm Oil 8 bare for 10 cents. California cabbage 8 cents per pound. Potatoes-Utah 80 cents per peck. Two Backs tabid salt for 5 cents. King's buckwheat 16 centa. Kraut (new Bllver leaf) 6c per quart. - California Prunes, 16 cents. New pickles, sweet, and sour, OHOW CHOW. French mustard in bulk. Pickled pig's feet 2 pieces for 5 cents. Boneless ham 10 cents per pound. ' Starch, bulk, 5 cents per pound. Starch 8 cents per package. All goods guaraateefl to be the beat in the market and to gi ve perfect satisfaction. Jobbing order*' filled in whole or broken packages. 328 North Mab. St, THE GRAND. Our entire stock of MILLINERY To be Closed Out at Beginning MONDAY until the entire Stock of Millinery is closed out we wil make a GRAN D CUT of 1-3 Offl 1-3 Off! Nothing: reserved Hats, Ribbons, Feath rs, Ornaments, Trimmings of all kinds to be sold at 1-31 tie Regular Market Pric You will have a chance to get fine Millinery at LESS than you pay for common trashy goods. beginning mow, december i HE GRAND Leading Merchants of the State, W. WOOD. Boot-am? �u J T?**�t: i) WE ARE Carriages. Buggies and Wag ons. Salt Well Supplies inson Hardware terling silver iHfJlfWNll Will last a life time, and aTe less than half the cos t of solid silver. Found only at W. R. Marshall & Cos,, THE JEWELERS. Also Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware. J. M. JCXNTES, --THE-, Merchant Tailor Finest line of goods in the city always in stock. ;