The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 2, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, April 2, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, APB1L 2, 189«. Running the Gauntlet Pearline has been through it, but it has "got. //ten:" Every other modern improvement has had the same struggle. There's unbelief, prejudice and misunderstanding—peddlers of imitations—the false statements of soap makers and unscrupulous grocers to fight against. The old way is hard to leave, even if a better way i 4 open. You can't believe that Pearline can do so •much; then yon can't believe that it's done safely;—in the end, you can't sec how you ever did without it. That's the story of millions—full of doubt at first, full of satisfaction at last. If you're at the doubtful stage, try it. You won't know easy washing and cleaning 'till you do. T> Peddlers and some grocers will loll you, '' this is as good as" or '' '.he VV IrxT* \. samu 03 l' carlin =." IT'S FALSE—but what a puff for Pearline. its IAMT.-.S PVLK. New York. HIGH PRICED SLABS. 3ILL NYE BUYS A TREE SECTION FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES. riio Woman Who Snt Next to Him In the Train—Ufo Among the Sacs—He Oeta Fired Up Tnirard the Last and Has a Rude Shoolr. (Copyright, 181)8, by Edgar W. Nye] There is a peculiar industry at Sioux Falls, S. D. It is the only one of the iind I know of. It consists in cutting uid polishing the beautiful chalcedony, is it is called, from the petrified forest* >f Arizona. The material is sent to 3ioux Falls in the form of stumpB or broken tree trunks, and there the slabs ire cut across the grain and polished for rrnamental purposes. Nothing can be more beautiful than a ilice cut from the butt of a big tree and polished till its surface is like pint* HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturers of TABLE AND DAIRY SALT West of New York. Guaranteed not to Harden in Any Climate. OTJPt BRANDS: WESTERN, RiVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK DAIRY SALT. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to .eithon" the 'Ashton or Biggins imported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will eeretainly agree with us. R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT, Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, Cs ^UAInT£OWTH THE Q&QRAPHY Of THIS COUNTRY Will QSYMI MUCH MUIMU MFOMUTIOH FROM « Sr-JOT OF THIS HAP OF THE Till Dmct Bout* to and from CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND, DAVKNFOET, DES MOINES, COUNCIL •LUFFS, OMAHA, LINCOLN, WATEBTOWN, BIOUX FALLS, MIKNEAFQLI8. 8T. PAUL, St. JOSEFS. ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPEKA, DENVEB, COLORADO SPRINGS, saa F0KBLO. Free Reclining Chait Can) to and from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGE 'tifTY, and Palace Sleeping Cars between CHICAGO, WICHITA and BDT0HM30N. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Through Coaches. Sleepers, Free E CC II D I DK Chair Cmn and fining Can dally between CHICAGO, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA, and LINCOLN, find between CHICAGO and DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO Tit, St Joseph, Or Kaasai City and Topoka. Excursions daily with Choice of Route* to and from Salt Lake, Portland, Los Angeles and Ban Francisco. The Direct Line to and, from Pike's Peak, Manlton, Garden of the Gods, the SanlUTiuio*, and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Express Trains daily between Chicago and Minneapolis and Si> Paul, with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars FREE, to and from those points and Kanaka City. Through Choir Car and Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake and Sioux Palls via Rock Island. The FaToritu Line to Watertown, Sioux F A1( J , the 8amra«r Resorts and Hunting and Fishing Grounds of the Northwest, For Tickets. Maps. Folders, or desired information apply to any Coupon Ticket Office, or address K. ST. JOHN/ JOHN SEBASTIAN, Qva'l afan &Ker,' Qen'l Tkt. 4c Pass, Agt* CHICAGO, TL Tft ueieDrateflltiiliiire. Is B OLD ON X POSITIVE GUARANTEE to euro any form of nervous disease or any disorder of the generative organs of, either sex/ Whether arising from tho oxoes- AFTER jWeuaeof Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful Wlaoretlon, over indulgence, &a, I"!! Lass of Brain Power, Wakciutaess. Bearing down PainB in tho back Bemlnal NYoataoss. Hysteria. Norvoua Pr}£. .V" . ._i """"L nervous Pros- tration^oi !tumalEmiBaion8,Woorrha.a ,Dlii. Uneas, Weak Memory, Loss of Power and Im- POtenoy, which if neglected, often lead to pro- mature old nga and Insanity. Price li.oo aTboi fl hoxea for $5.00. Bent by mail on zeoelpt ol price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE tn given for ayery $3 .00 order received, to refund the money tt»Fermaneut cure la not effected. We have thousands of testimonials from old and young of both sexes, who have been permanently onred by the use of Anhrodltlne. Clroolara tree, Mention caper. IddreaB ^™ THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. « Washington Bt, CHICAGO, UaU • For sale by A. & A. Drug 1 Co. CHILD BIRTH • • • • : • MADE EASY! " M OTHERS' F RIEND " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS' • FRIEND" • WILL DO al! that is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " M OTHERS " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price $1.60 per bottla 6RADFIEL0 REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Os. BOLD BY Aht, DItUOOIflTa MIDLAND HOTEL. Most contrally located hotel in tho city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Patronage of traveling men solicted. Rates, $1.00, $1,25, $1.50 a Day. MANHOOD RESTORED. "8ANATIVO." the Wonderful Spanish Itemed?, is sold with a Written Guarantee to euro &U Ketrous Dtn- caflcs, such as Wuk Memory, L OBS of Brain power. Headache, Wakefulness, Lost Manhood, Nervousness, Lassitude, all drains and loss of power of tho Generative Organs fn . _ cither BOX • caused by over-exertion, youthful indiscretions, or tho excesalvo DEC of tohaoto, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Inilrmlty, Consumption and Insanity. Put up in convenient form to carry tn pocket. Price 91 a package, or o for $5. with every $.1 order we give a written guarantee to cure or refund the money. Seul by mail to any address. Circular free in plain envelope. Mention this paper. AO drees, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for P. 3. A, S5S Dearborn Street, CUICAUO, ILL. FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON kAS BY A. J. Bautnhaidt, Druggist, ono dopr north of Santa Fo Hotel. OZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Son, Prompt) Foilttr* Our* for ImpaUm: lot* of Manhood, Stmlnal £mlutona. Spermatorrhea, Hmmunm. StlfDIitrutt, Lou of Htmoru, do. will mainjiau a STRQMO, Vlaor- out tfaK. Prlo§ 91.00,6 ttoxtt, WOO. 8 »mta/ OlneUont HalH4 ultktachBai. Minn SIMS LUOA.AVK. •T. LOUIS, • Ma AMONG TI1B SACS. glass, while every fibor ol the beautiful and softly tinted wood aeoma frozen into a lasting picture' by the patient hand of time. You can get one of these slabs for from $10 to $400. I bought one of the latter to hold the door open in my new and costly villa at Back Shoals, N. O. Somo of these slabs are two feet across, and none of them seems to represent any kind of tree'existing at the present time. They afford, therefore, a wonderful field for the active mind to stroll about in. Perhaps over this beautiful Blab, while yet it was in tho heart of a sapling, some belated pterodactyl sprawled on his way to his damp homo. Possibly the icthyosaurus crawled out of a hole in this tree on groundhog day. Who can tell what has happonod in the early history of this petrified forest? Nobody can. Away back yonder in the misty past, long before the climate got so that the hired girl could bear her hand in it, while yet the hot mud boiled with the mighty heat of a new laid world and the air was filled with disagreeable odors, and the evening and tho morning indicated that workmen on tho foundation of tho earth had blown out the gas at night, and the angels went about over the face of the earth flying high and holding their noses, this tree was sprouting. Those, fellow citizens, were times when tho country was now. Those were days when tho hot mist from tho seething earth came back at once as warm rain, only to ho immediately utilized as mist again; when mammoth forests, like gigantic asparagus beds, sprang forth in a few months and overshadowed the silent and slimy home of tho saurian monster. It was under thoso circumstances, wo are told by old'settlors whose memory is yet good, that these early forests grew. Then Nature, with a long, rainy day on her hands, one time decided that she would try preserving a forest for future use. Thus wo have here, surrounded by electric lights and high livers in sifciety, along with the telephone and artificial ice, a slab of wood whose bark has been abraded here and there where the icthyosaurus has scratched his warty back against it in the mellow millions of years that loft no other history. Becoming somewhat excited over this great thonght, 1 bought another beautiful $350 specimen to pound steak on. We may not always have steak at our house, but we propose to have something to pound it on whenever we do have steak. The railroad agent at Billings, A. T., near where this petrified forest is situated, gets thirteen to seventeen lettors per week from people who want specimens of this petrified wood. Hero is one: Station Agent, Billings, A. T.: D EA« Sm—May I ask you to write uio regarding "Natural Curiosity," tbo potriflctt forest of Arizona? 2s it a fact, an<l how largo an area does it cover? I would bo pleased to have you send by express somo specimens of rod moss agate, umeihygt and smoky topa/.. I would love to visit tills plaee If tbo arttclo In St. Nicholas is true. Vaurs truly, I. D. C LAUE. This name is not the correct one, but a little conceit of my own. The agent has many of these lettors, and wishes, mo to put a pioce in the paper begging tho public not to write to him any mora regarding this matter, as it is breaking ' him down. Ho says that elderly maiden ladies, who brought the war to a speedy close by making pruno pie for tho soldiers, now write to him for agates, forgetting that he is getting fort) - dollars per month from the railroad, not specially for tho purpose of gathering moss agates or petrified trees for others. Sometimes he is not sure that the freight will be paid or he would be moTe prompt to send things. Sometimes an unknown man who cannot spell, to say nothing of paying the freight,-orders a quart of Indian arrowheads and 1,000 feet of petrified lumber to build a house of. This bothers the agent, who is also telegraph operator, lino repairer, ticket and baggage agent and the head of a family. He wishes to notify the public by this means, that hereafter it will bs -impossible for him to supply petrified sills for those who are building in Ohio, wpecially as the petrified forest u owued »y other parties, who threaten to prose- mto people who girdle tho trees or cut Ihe timber without paying Btumpage. Yesterday I rode most all day in * loat just back of a lady who was traveling with a large gooseberry bush. Why io women feel better while traveling if Ihey can convey a large, thorny parrot, » a young plnm tree, or a jug of buttermilk? It certainly cannot enhance Ihe pleasure of travel either for themselves or others' Every time I would jet slsepy and droop forward I would bury my face in this goosoberry bush, tt annoyed mo very much, but she kept on carrying it, and even reproved me for knocking a young thorn loose with my eye. She was ah the way homo to plant a new kind of seed potato and her third husband. Ho was in the express car, where it was sort of quiet. I envied him. One of the neighbors said that he was killed by being run over by a train because ho could not hear it coming. Poor man! He lost his hearing most mercifully just after he was married. She is a plain woman, but firm, with glim determination and set teeth. She lot them several weeks ago, and expects Ihcm to come off the nest now in a few iays. She says that this is the Arc do Triumph goosoberry which she has. It IB superior to the Polled Angus gooso­ berry, running more to jam and less to worm than the Angus or tho Isabella. She wears a white flannel yachting cap with catskin earmuffs to it, and a seal plush cloak that is prematurely bald on the Bhouldors. I judge also by the front of tho cloak that she got her wraps on before she ato her breakfast, and then only hurriedly ate a soft fried egg and somo buckwheat cakes with real Vermont maplo sirup on them. When she reads this in her qniot little homo near Fort Dodge she will be sorry that she wore out all the foliage of her gooseberry bush on a great ooarBe man who is not fond of shrubbery. Tama, la., is not a large place, but the center of a rich farming country and tho social center of a large colony of Indians, numbering 850, 1 believe. These red men demonstrate the fact that the Indian may be made self supporting, for these Indians own their lands, on which they raise mushrats. The government gives each Indian about $42.18 annually as a reward for being neither absent nor tardy on pay day. With this the Indian is enabled to buy lemon extract, by means of which he is enabled to get drunk. Theso Indians are Sacs and Foxes mostly. What work is done is done by the wife. She has a low, groveling streak in her nature, and so she works. The husband has nobility of character and other things also which he iB willing to impart to those near and dear to him. While I was at Tama the Indians wero jnst cloaning house. House cleaning among the Sacs and Foxes is attended to very much as it is done among tho other Indian tribes. It is done by moving the house. The Sacs and Foxes need a thorough renovating and a Keoley institute. They w«re tho first to ascertain that lemon extract and cologne taken in sufficient qu.uitities would intoxicate and it is said that ono of theso Indians will drain tho lifo blood from an alcohol stove at one sitting. There was considerable sickness among those IndianB last spring. It was caused in a singular way. All the cigar stores in Tama had alcohol cigar lighters, and the Indians got to lighting their pipes at these, and while ostensibly lighting a refractory pipe they did, then and there being, suck tho juice out of the alcohol retort by means of a straw. Dealora then put some foreign substance into tho nlcohol reservoir, and most all th® men folks of the tribe staid at homo for quite awhile and complained of not fooling first rate. Tama has streets which in spring are composed mostly of adhesive copying ink. There is no bottom to the mud. It is impossible to drive over it when the frost is coming out of the ground. At Fairfield we found the same state of affairs. There was no use for omnibus or baggage wagon. They could not fore in bis life coachided to sit up one night till midnight and see if there were any evidonccs of drinking. Ho counted sixty-one gents who did not know whether Iowa was in Marshalltowii or vico versa. At Cedar Falls the sheriff made a raid on tho men who kept spirits, and poured nineteen kinds of liquor into tho river just aboTo Waterloo. Waterloo gets her water supply from the river, and nil one day she got punch from tho hydrant. Business was at a standstill, it is said, and teams ran into each other from morning till night. Even tho honws seemed to bo exhilarated, Possibly this is not true, but it was told to me by our advance agent, and if a man cannot believe his own advance agent whom, oh, whom can ho believe? As I am closing this letter a cold squirt of water strikes mo in the face, and looking up to see whence it comes I discover a large man with a nozzle in his clinched hand. Ho is a fireman, and has ascended the casement and stands by my open window trying to put me out. It seems that the hotel is on fire. It is difficult to write with tMp same degree of care iu a hotel thatua on fire, I find. Ono cannot pause to paint such wonderful word pictures wheae thereof is blazing, as this one is I am Void. So I will close now and pour some of the water out of my shoes and pockets. A fire department ought to knock on th« window before it turns the how on • literary ma" that way. They are brave men, but they aro often uncouth. Once tho hotel where 1 was caught on fire and a rude fire laddie burst in on me while I was taking me tub, I did not know who it was. I was shocked. I did not even know that it was a miss. I dove to the bottom of the tub like • frightened deer, and would hare remained there if he had not gone out i I will now close this letter and rescue-' one of tho dining room girls. I noticed her yesterday at table, and I thought then that if a fire should break out »b» would be tho first one I would rescue. HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a G-eneral Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle; hogs and sheep. This company's rat da have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson—live road*. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Best distributing point in the west. All parties wanting stackers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upou Application. BENJ. W. LAPP, General Managtr. IN THE TUB. make the trip, and had long ago given it up, so we walked from tho depot hall a milo to the hotel. It is called the Lcggett House. At 1 o'clock a. m. wo also legged it from the Leggett House to tho depot to catch an early train. Early rising is what has placed me where I am today Somo think it was pure accident, and that I am greatly overestimated, and that my wonderful popularity is largely assumed, but such is not the case I assure you. Early rising has done it. This makes twice I have been an early riser within a few weeks. Before closing let me say a word regarding the question of prohibition in Iowa. Many do not believe that it is a success. Cynics moy revile prohibition as much as they like, but it is one of tho most delightful things, if not carried to excess, that I havo ever pulled the cork oat of. In Marshalltown, a very thriving and prosperous city of Iowa, a young man who had never sat up BO late be- COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one in the city having the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods f e Pay Freight on Local of Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of the city at reasonable rates. Years of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household Goods without the least iujury. If you want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone clsd and save you money. 1 Storage Department. We have the largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can havo their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is ono of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price i* all we ask and a trial will convince you that we are the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move them and take all tho niakel ., - —»u.ii^-c, parts off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store them for the season for the small sum of 83.50, the season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and makes a small job for the man who cleans it. We do not polish stoves, for that is out of our line of business. Hope you will givo us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, Manager, Office and Barn, Second Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. 3Ma.o T7xxl-vore«al HoxxxoOLy fox* IT CURES IN MAN: RHEUMATISM < SCIATICA BITES CUTS LUMBA00 NEURALGIA SUNOS BRUISES THE AILMENTS OF MAN m BEAST HAS 8TOOD THE TEST OF IT CURES IN BEAST: roOTROT SCREW WORM SCRATCHES SPAVIN HOLLOW HORN SHOULDER ROT iWifiHiy Mustang Liniment penetrates the muscles, membranes and tissues, thereby reaching the seat of disease, which is a property not found in any other liniment The Housewife, Farmer, Stock Raiser or Mechanic cannot afford to be without it It should be kept in every household for emergencies.,* It will save many doctors' bills.' For sale everywhere at 25c, 50c. and $1.00 a bottler

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