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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 189fl. \ 3. iPTaimdiymaid 's hope aim is ae-GW^lREtYfe- SOAf-' J5f*it saves hoti[ her time andherkbor, ^nd elje'll find %t her clothes with a. brilliancy glows Lnd are^er than these c-f her neighbor. CLAIRETTE SOAP \ K. FAIRBAFR ACO., ST. LOUIS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturers of SIFTED TABLE AND DAIRY SALT West of New York. Guaranteed not-to Men io Any Climate. OUR BPLAJSTOS: WESTERN, i RIVERSIDE, I DIAMOND, NEW YORK DAIH.Y SALT. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to either, the 'Ashtca or Higgins imported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you > will ceretainly agree with ne. *R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, IMMHOMHTCOWmiTHE OtOOMf IIY OFTHIS COUKTM Will 08TW mimix mroiuiHio" mou * STUDY of TIIU HUP OF rue QtatyHfitai& Pacific By., Tb. Dtrcot Bonte to and from CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND, DAVENPORT, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLOTTO, OMAHA. ITOOOLN, WATERTOWN, BIOOX FALLS, M1HNBAP0L18, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEFH, ATCHIEO-H, LliAVBHWOETH, KANSAS CITY, TOPBKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, sad PUEBLO Free Beoltnlng Chile Can to and ftom CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON ul DODGE CITY, and Palace Sleeping Can betwaen CHICAGO, -WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Throotb Coacbea. sleepers, Free Reclining Chair Can and Cluing Can dally between CHICAGO, DKS - MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA and LINCOLN, and between CHICAGO and DENVER, COLORADO SPltlNGS and PUEBLO viafcU. JoeOTh, or Kanscn City and Toueka. Excursions dally, smb. Cbolce of Route:) to and from Bait Lake, Portland, Loo AnaelwendSau Francisco. The Direct Lino toand from Pike's Peak, Mnnltou, Garden of the Gode, tbe , flaulttutuma, and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Express Trains dally between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul, with THROUGH Reclining Chair C M FREE, to and from those points and Kan«•» City. ThroiiBh Chair Car and Sleerrer between Peoria. Spirit Ljfe and Sioux Falls via Rock Island^ ™ PjrorHe Lino to Watertown, Sioux Falls, the ^JJJjEesorlsaud Unutlng and Fishing Grounds of For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired Information ewlytoaay coupon Ticket oW, or eddross^^ E. 8T. JOHN, JOHN 8EBA8TIAN, Gen"l Manager, Gen'lTkt, 4 Pass. AgU CHICAGO. ILL. "H» OBie&rated ..Fremai sjureT to cure KfORS la SOLD ON A — POSITIVE GUARANTEE to euro any form <*t nervous disease or any dia- ortlurof taoeeu- oratlTO organn. °*. either sox,«f K™ ,i .S r arising I .,„», from tho cocoes- AFTER stvensoof Stimulants, Tobanm n i nninm «* throogta youthful IndVorS? over iSinl- •«noo ,Ao„ raob na Xiasa of BrainPower, WakofulnrsB, liBartDK down Run" n\ tho back Seminal WcaUucas, Hysteria, Norvomi P™. Uneas. Vlfeilt Memory, Loss of ISw°7 a ?5 'lm- potenoy, wliich If neglected oltcn lead to mce- nutnra oldncoand lnpaulty. Frlcofl mnhox prtoe?" f0r *"'° ft S0Qt by °n riSSunt of -A. WRITTEN GUABANTEE is siren for •y«T.I».OI>order received, to refund the money H » rerrrusnont cure ia not effected. Wo have I ttoaewda of testimonials from oldandyoune ' of opto sexoa, wtio_ have been permanently ouree by the use of Aphiodltlne. ClrctUan me. Mention paper. Addreea - J*fe.*PHRO MEOICINE CO. *Vr sale by A. & A. Drug Co. \ . . . <3» CHILD BIRTH • • • • • MADE EASY. " MOTHERS' FWEMD " 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 all that Is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " MOTHERS " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials, Sant by express on receiptor price St.oO per botU4 BRAOFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Oa. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. MIDLAND HOTEL. Most eontrally located hotel in the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Patronage of traveling men solicted. Rates, $1,00, $1,25, $1,50 a Day. MANHOOD RESTORED. Wonderful . Spaulah Kfltiiedy, in sold with a Written Guarantee to care all Neiroua Diseases, such u Weak Memory, I ,o ;i of Brain tower, Headache, Wakcf ulnosa, LostUon- hood, Nervousneiu .Iaa* eltude, all dralos and loss of power of the Generative Organs In - i — either sex, caused by overexertion, youthful Indiscretions, or the ftvoewlra use oftobscco, opium, or atltnulanta, which ultimately Ifiid to Infirmity, Coiwumptlon and Insanity. Put up in convenient farm to carry in the vest IIOCKCL Price |1 n racltn {(0, or 6 for $ft, with every $5 order we give a written euaraniea to euro or refund the money. Sent by mall to any address. Clrciilar^ree In plain envelope, Mention this pttper. Adtlrtw, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Brandt Office for U. 8. A. S53 Dearborn Street, C1IICAQO. ILL. FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS BY A. J. Baumhardt, Druggist, ono door uorihoi Saota Fe Hotel Bufore u After Use, Photographed from lite. DO YOU REMEMBER? Do yon remembor how Mint night w.ia ewoet? Von called It sweet and BoioothinR: more tu welL The fine white moonbeams drifted at our fcot. And nestled in each flower's trcinbUnic hell. The hollowed waves caino creoping to the bench. And broke there with a Joyous sound at last. D« you rtimembor how there wiu no apecch? No need for that. Our heartbeats throbbed too fast, A email white falllriK star shot through the ffray. You bid mo "wlBhl" before It could depart; Do yon remember how I answered, "Nay?" Because there ww no wish left in my heart. —CoraFabbrl. THE YOUNG SKIPPER. OZiMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Ban, Prompt, Potitrr* Can for Impotinct, Lon of Manhood, eimlnat Emlitloni, Sptmatorrkta, MtnoHUHu, StlfDUUuil, Lou of Utmort), 4c. Will makimuaSIROHQ, Vigor- om Man. rrict $7.00, a Boot, (5 00. 8»«>/a< Olrwtkmt HoUri wit* tacm Box. Atom* Ballvtlai*UilaalC«., IMUuism •T< LOUIS. . Ma "Is that the chap we shipped under? Why, he haata't grown a beard yet?" ".Nevertheless he is the skipper of this craft, and a right smart one, too, as you 'll find out if you cruise many months aboard of her." "That may be, but I'd rather Bee a man on tho quarter deck than a boy." 'What's the difference, if tho boy has a man's head on his shoulders? It isn't always those who have lived the longest in this world that know the most, us 1 have found out. Now her* are you and Ij we have been following tho sea theBe twenty years, and I'm not afraid to say that we' could handle a vessel in any weather, but if wo wore asked to take a ship from Now Bedford to Capo Horn, do you suppose we could do it? I tell you, Tom, no. That's because when we were young we wasted our time in skylarking instead of study. It was different with our skipper, as 1 know well, for ho and I wore shipmates together on the voyage that ho jumped from before the mast to the quarter deck." "Don't see how he could do it," grumbled tho one addressed as Tom. "Well, I 'll tell you, mate, when we get below," replied Bill Bocket, one of the boat stoorers of the whaling ship Grampus, which had jnsfc loft hor homs port for a three years' cruiso in the Pacific. "It was this way," began Bill that same evening in the "dog watch" whou he and his companion Tom, who was also a boat eteerer, were leaning idly over the weather rail, gazing out on the vast expanse of waters over Which their vessel was bounding before a fair wind, "It's little over four years now since 1 joined the Race Horse down in one of the Kanaka islands. I had run away from another ship and had 'beach combed' it (nautical parlanco for tramp), until I gat a chance iu the Raco Horse. We were going north to cruiso in the Ochotsk sea. Tho skipper was before the most then; he was a chap that didn't have to see a thing done more than twice before he could do it himself. "I handled the harpoons in the mate's boat, and little Blue Fin, as wo called our cap'u that is now, pulled the bow oar iu the same craft. One morning, just a little after daylight, the lookout in tho crosstrees raised a school of sponn whales. We had a pretty stiff breeze the night before and the sea was Btill running high. We lowered away, however, our three boats—mate's, second mate's and third's." " 'I 'll take that fellow up to wiud 'ard,' called onr officer,' as he pointed to a big whale that was playing around on the outside of the school, as thongh ho was placed thero to protect the cows and calves that were huddled together in tho middle from any danger. " 'Look out, Bill,' says the mate to me as ho stood grasping the steering oar. 'Look out, man, and don't miss him. There's a good hundred barrels there. " 'Ay, ay, sir,' said L 'Lay me on close enough and I'll drive both "irons' into him clear to the beckets.' "Thero was no danger but what ho'd do it, for the fellow didn't know what it was to be afraid of a whale. I warn 't going to take any chances, so I waited till the boat almost touched the big brute, then I let fly both harpoons, one after another, and sung out, 'Stern all.' When tho boys were backing so as to give the whale room to play, I went aft to change places with the mate, and ho walked forward to his station in the bow to kill tho fish with a lance. "Now this whule was one of those kind of fellows that takes M B medicine easy at first, but fights like fury before he h'ists his red flag. He didn't 'sound,' but lay and wallowed for a minute or two, then began to swing 'round so us to get sight of us. " 'He's going to give us a tussel,' called the mate. " 'Ay, ay, he's a fighter,' says I. "Then I caught sight of Bine Fin's face. All the othor chaps were glancing over their shoulders and beginning to get a little shaky, but he sat on his thwart with his hand grasping the oar, just as quiot and unconcerned as if he .were in a skiff on a mill pond, and not within half a cable's longth of a mad bull sponn that threatened to send him and his shipmates to Davy Jones' locker at any minnte. " 'Stand by to jump,' called the mate, 'He 's coming for us.' "Now you know there 's no boat quick enough to gut oat of the way of a whale when ho makes » rush, so the only thing to do is to leave her. The other men sprang to their feet, but the boy still sat there and I began to think he was paralyzed with fright. "'Stand up to jump, Blue Fin,' I called. 'And when you go leap straight for the beggar, and not from him.' "The lad i.iilod and nodded his head, and standing up, unshipped his oar from the tholo piu, held it ready and faced about. "Then the wiuile started. " 'Jump!',, oiled tho mate. "Tho next instant we were all floundering around in the water, while the bull caught the boat in his mouth, crnBhed it to pieces and Bounded. "Thfl third mate, who had just killed one small chap, was not far away, so he came and picked us up— all but tho mate; we never saw him afterward. H>. must have been fouled in the lines and goaedowa. "Wo got two oat of the school, bat «U hands folt sad nt tho loss of the officer. I couldn't help tolling our skipper how coo) Blue Fin was through the whole thing, and when ho shoved tho officers ahead he rated his own l>oat sfceerer third raatp, and ordered Bluo Fin to take charge of tho irons in his craft. j "1 loll you the boy was proud enough, j but ho had nerve am! good lock, both of! which are everything to a whaler. This was destined to be an unfortunate voyage for the After Guards. The wtmleo 1 wore plenty in the Ochotsk sea, and there was hardly a day but what we were outing in or trying out blubber. "Ono afternoon tho cap'u lowered away for a 'right' whale. Our boat was closo alongside, but the skipper snug out: "'Don't you meddle with hint, he's my fish.' So of course we hung back, only stauding by to lend a hand in case wo were needed. "Blue Fin made » pretty dort. He hr.rlcd his first iron about six feet aft tho bow hole, and tho other he planted in tho belly as the fellow rolled. It was a death blow, but before the whale bo- gan to spout blood ho brought his flukes around, caught the boat before the boys could back out of the way and store hor to pieces. We pulled in and picked up tho crew. I grabbod tho 'old man' just as ho was going down, and when I hauled him up I saw that ho was hurt badly and was unconscious. He was smashed up in a frightful manner and never recovered. "Noxt morning at eight bolls we launched tho dead body of tho captain from the starb'd gangway, while the fish Hint had killed him was moored with chains to the port aido of tho ship. Poor Blue Fin folt awful bad, and ho kept mourning as the mate read the burial service, saying: " 'Oh, if I hadn't struck the whale that last blow. 'Twas tho second iron that touched his "life," and our captain's too.' " 'But, shipmate,' wont on the boat eteerer, 'it was to bo. and it's the way of tho world, I suppose. One man mounts to a position through th« death of another, just as a new ship is built to tnko tho place of a craft that has found a bed on the rocks.' " 'Yes, there 's a great deal of truth in what yon say, BilL But how was it that your cap n's loss rated Bluo Fin skipper? " 'Ho wasn't skipper in every sense of the word, but 'twas this way: Tho officers t hat were left were the samo as you and I—good Bailors and good whalers- but thoy knew uothing of navigation. Bluo Fin, of all our company, was tho only one who could handle a quadrant or "work up a sight." As I said, tho whales wero.plenty, and we didn't want to leave the grounds till the ice drove us out, for we were making money, so we finished our cruise, and wbon we reached Honolulu were full to the hatches with oil and bone. "There was some talk of shipping anothor man to take tho vessel homo, bnt tho agont and tho American consul said, 'If that young man know enough to bring tho craft safely out of the Ocliotsk sea, ho knows enough to find' his ivny to Now Bedford.' They just engaged another mate 'by tho run' who wtib a navigator, and gave tho boy charge of the ship. "We mado a quick passage around tho 1 lorn, and tho ownors were so much pleased with Blue Fin that they gavo him command of the Race florso on tho next voyage, and while away on that cruiso they built him this ono hero, the Grampus, and that's how tho lad became skipper so young. It goes to prove tho truth of what I said a fow moments ago, that 'It 's not always gray bairn wliich cover the wisest head.' A boy is sometimes more fit to command than a man who has seen twico or thrice his number of years."—True Flag. aCitkhlB Xilrrhtulng: to Order. Professor Elihu Thomson, the Lynn, Mass., electrician, claims to have discovered tho knack of making, lightning. The invention is at present of more scientific than practical interest, although there will be plenty of practical uses for it eventually. Tho professor has succeeded by very simple means in securing extremely potontial discharges. In an aro electrio lamp the carbons are throe-eighths of an inch apart, and in a search light a little farthor. The flame when they aro separated acts us a conductor. In Professor Thomson's machine, however, tho distance is eight inches, and no llumo can leap BO far. Tho result is the torrents of sparks are thrown off without interruption and with reports like the rattling of a Gatling gun or a case of fire crackers. The strength of tho discharges appear to bo limited only by the space of the machine.—Cor. St Louis Globe-Democrat. Csvro of *riuuta, Caro should bo exercised at this season of tho year not to overwater your plants, as vegetation is inclined to be at a standstill. It is hotter to keep the roots partially dry whilo in thi3 resting condition. Sprinkling tho foliage of plants throe or four times daily will be found beneficial.—Daisy. .Hot u Slffn of Genius. By all means let tho letter writera couio to Uncle Sam's assistance by improving thoir chirograph}' and relieving tho dead letter office of superscriptions that can't bo deciphered. .Tho notion that illegible penmanship is a sign of genius deserves to be dissipated.—Boston Herald. Glass to Hold Vinrjjrar. Never keep vinegar or yeast in stone crocks or jars: their acids attack tho glazing, which is Baid to be poisonous. Glass for either is better.—Exchauge. Ex|>»UBlori of Zinc. Zinc expands up to tho melting point. A bur of hammered zinc six inches long will expand 1-100 of an inch iu raising tho temperature 100 dogs. F.—New York Journal. ? There ore people who never give away any milk until after therikun it, and then they want credit for orusvm. CASTORIA tor infants and Children* HHsatasMwwwalls^a^teeUldraaMMt I raeasnMaad liaasupsrior to snfTjraKaiftfga nWima" B. A. Aacna, M. IX, Ul a* OiXcraJ at, Brwkt/a, n T. •Thn oe of "Caat-wU"* sadNnal awl It* rnrrrta so well known Usat u saiims a work of miMrarogatlontoni4on»n. I*» aratba Intelligent families who do taMkaajp Oastorf 'Ithlr.eaayraawh." _ _ _ Cane* ataarm. D.Tx, New fork Cltr. Bo*oraed Church. VSSr&taTiSSSL. . rrwss asaasa, aa4 WllfoStaOarloaat BowStotaack, XXOa Woruat, gttm iwasilla * Tar mmri nmll ,'andshall_ , BDW7X w, KsaMsx si a. •Ila»Wta»rop,"l58*» Tn Cmraua OsaarairT, w MiramaT HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. ThiB company's yaids have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson — five rood*. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Best distributing point tn th» west. All parties wanting stockers and feodcrs should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BENJ. W. LAPP, General Manijir. Of COMPANY Do aU kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move fton Safes and all kinds of machinery, being tho only one fn the oltr karlnr the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods We Pay Freight en Local or Car Lots and Years transfer it from any denot to any part of the city at reasonable rates, rs of experience In boxing and moving enables us to move I'ianoe and Household Goods without the least injury. If you want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone elsd and save »veu money. -' Storage Department. Wo have the largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Fartie. leaving the city can have their goods packed by us, Btored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price 1* all we ask and a trial will convince you that we are the boat. STROVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move them and take all the nickel parte off, oil them, wrop them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap it In paper and atorc them for the season for tho small sum of 82.50, the season ending December 1, 1802. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and makes a small job for tho man who cleans it. We do not polish stoves, for that is out of our line of business. Hope you will give us a literal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, MANAGER, Office and Barn, Second Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. «Flxe X7zvlxrex*sci,i Remedy IT CURES IN MAN: RHEUMATISM SCIATICA BITES curs LUMBAGO NEURALGIA - 8TINQ3 8RUISE8 THE AILMENTS OF MAN-BEAST HAS STOOD THE TEST OF Mustang Liniment branes and tissues, which is a propert Housewife, Farrr 1 for IT CURES IN BEAST: FOOT ROT SCREW WORM SCRATCHES 8PAVIN HOLLOW HORN SHOULOER ROT WIND CALLS 8WINNEY iiment penr- jMjpk ^»a»* ^iscles, i iscles, mem- disease, The bills. ForsaIe ?Fr y PnRR - JUSTTRYI

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