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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, APBIL 5, 1892. Just the same, AND SO DOES A QUEER COMBINATION. Whatnquoor combination of cheek Rud perversity. Insolence, prWc, gab, impurlonco, vnntty. Jealousy, hate, scorn, unsoncsH, Insanity, lienor, troth, wisdom, virtue urbanity, la that whimsical biped called man! Who can fathom tho depths af his Innate de- pravltr? Today bo's all Rayoty, tomorrow all gravity. For blowing bla ovra horn ho baa a propensity, Kvon under clouds of singular density. Oh, mythical clay bank called mast —Briolctnaker. MADE ONtY BY N.K.FAIRBANK&.CO. Si Louis. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturora of SIFTED TABLE AND DAIRY SALT West of New York. WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK DAIRY SALT. • Tfo guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to elthen' the 'Ashfcon or Biggins im ported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agree with u». *> R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. : Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, IIMOHIMtirm) WTH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY WIU.0BTM mm wuxtiE mroRUATioM rnou * STUDY OF THIS MAP OF TO is MfiJMB CMcmEociIsW& Pacific Ry„ To* Direct Route to and from CHICAGO, ROOK BLAND. DAVENPORT, »ES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFB, OMAHA, LINCOLN, WATEBTOWN, SIODX FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST.' JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOFEKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPBINGS, and FTTEBLO. Free Reclining Chatr Can to and from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGS CITY, and Faloco Sleeping Cars between CHICAGO, 'WICHITA and HUTCHINSON, SOLD VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Threw gb CmchM, Sleepen, Free Reclining Chair Cars ftitdTMnlnR Can daily between CHICAGO, DBS MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAUA and LINCOLN, and between CHICAGO and DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO vlaBt, Joseph, or Kanws City and Topekft. Bxcureione doily, with Choice of Routw to and from Bait Lake, Portland, Loa Angeles and Sw Francisco. The Direct Line to and from Pike's Peak, Manltou, Garden of tho Gods, tba Sanitariums, au<l Btoolc Qrandoara of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Express Trains daily between Chlcsga and Minneapolis and St- Paul, with THROUGH Reclining a»lr Cars FREE, to and from those points and Kau- sss City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper between Peoria. Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls via Rock Island. The Favorite Line to Watertown, Sioux Falls, the Summer Resorts and Hunting and Fishing Ground, of U» Northwest. For Tickets, Haps, Folders, or dec]red information apply to any Coupon Ticket Office, or address S. ST. JOHN,' JOHN 8EBA8TIAN, Osarl Manager,' Gtn'lTkt. 4Psav Agt, ' CBIOaOO. ILL. TUB Celebrated French Cure. lMR00ITiNE "Kd! Warranted if to cure I Is B OLD ON A POSITIVE 'GUARANTEE I to cure any form et aervooa disease or any disorder of the gen- eratlvo organs 01 either sex/ „,i,i ^ whothcr arising. ..... _ BtfORE from tho oxecs- AFTER alvounoof Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, 01 through youthful ludtecretion, over tndnl- « enao, <tc, BUob. aa Lees of Brain Power, ITakcf ulncsn, Bonrinsr down Pains iu the back, Seminal Weakness. Hyatctia. Nervous Proo- tration.Nooturaal l*.inlaelons,Leucorrhcca,Dls- alness. Weak Memory. Losa of Power and Im- pottsnoy, vrhloh it ncgkcteii oltcn lead to pto- to&tnro old ace and insanity. Prtoe tl.00 a oox 6 boxes toe $5.00. Beat by mail on receipt of '"J L VTRTTTEN GUARANTEE la given for •very W.00 order reoeived, to refund1 the money ft • reruiunent oure Is not effected. We have UunwnUsof tostlmonlals from oldandyonng of both sexes, who have been permanently tared by the n«o of AnhrodlUaa. CUoulaa ftse*. Mention paper. Address _ ^rHB APHRO MEDICINE CO. •* Weapon fit* CBI0AOO,a|k r«rt *l« byJA. * A. Drug Co. A DVICE TO W OMEN If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation you must use A LITTLE BLUE CAP.I ^ZT^l BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR G ABTERSVIL T J E , April 30,1880. This will certify that two members of my Immediate family, after having suffered for years from TUonatrnnl Irregularity, being treated without benefit by phyaiclana, were at length complotolycuredby one bottlo of Bradfleld'* Vemnle Ittyrulntor. Its effect ia truly wonderful. J. \v. S TBANOA Book to WOMAN ** infilled FREE, which contalua Taluable Information on all female diseases. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA. tfOIt SALE VT jiHuaaxsxa. Patronage of traveling men solicted 0ZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS I was paying a visit to my friends, the Durnnds. They were a simple, honest couple, who lived near the banks of the rivor, in a tiny house, a mere bird's nest, almost hidden, by wistaria and Virginia creeper. Dnrand's hands bore Ilia marlcs of honest toil, for he had been a locksmith in bis youth, and hod by industry and economy raised himself steadily un til he became the proprietor of a large business and secured a competency for his old age.. His wifo, a quiet, gentle creature, worshiped her husband, and both of them wore on their faces an expression of serenity which betokened ease of conscience and a life of peace. Durand wiw past sixty years of age and his wife must have been fifty, yet in spite of thoir wrinkles and gray hairs these two. treated each other with an affectionate deference which was a pleasure to behold. Thoy wero Philemon and Baucis resuscitated. While we wore engaged in conversation just before dinner Durand rose and opened a drawer to take out some trifle which he wiBhed to show me. While he was turning over tho contents of the drawer it chanced that a little cap, such BB might have been worn by a doll or an infant, fell to the floor. I picked it np and noticed that it was made of coarse bluo linen, with two bits of twino instead of ribbons. As I handed it to him I said gayly "Are yon preparing a baby basket, Papa Durand?" I had no sooner spoken than I regretted it, for I recollected at that moment having hoard that the only shadow on my friends' lives was the fact of their union being a childless one. For a moment Durand made no reply, but looked at the little cap affectionately; then, as he laid it carefully away again, he said in a tone of seriousness "That is a souvenir." Then we all three sat down to dinner and talked of other matters, but as soon as the repast was finished and the little maid of nil work had put cigars and liquors upon the table my friend said suddenly: "How much that baby cap reminds mo of I" It was evident that ho wautod to explain his remark, and I begged him to do so. It was a great many years ago, he said after a slight pauso, for I was about twelve years old. 1 was working in a large factory, and I had a companion of the same ago as myself whom on account of his ugly features we nicknamed Zizi Monkeyface He was a sly, thieving, mischievous urchin, very much given to filching tarts from the pastrycook's counter, bat a jolly little chap and full of pluck. He was so lazy that ho would have been turned out of tho factory had, it not been for the indulgence of the overseer, who had been a friend of his father, and who took an interest in the boy for the sake of his dead comrade. Monkeyface was an orphan, and tho only relative he had ever known was the woman who brought him up, a cousin of his mother. This woman was a fish peddlor, a brawling, brutal creature, whoso affection for her young charge was manifested only by blows. Perhaps if ho had known a parent's love ho would have been less perverse. One afternoon the lad took it into his head to run away from the factory and go vagabonding about with a gang of young ruffians like himself. As they were coming slowly home after nightfall they heard, to their astonishment, the cry of an infant. The Bound seemed to issue from a long, narrow, dirty alley which opened on the street, and at the other end of which hung a dimly flickering lamp. After a short consultation the street boys ventured softly into the passage and one of them espied behind the door a little bundle of rags which struggled and wailed. He seized hold of it, and the whole party ran into the street triumphant, stopping under a lamp to examine their capture. It proved to be a baby girl a few weeks old wrapped up in a series of dirty cloths—a poor little innocent whom a wretched, perhaps desperate mother had bandoned to the charity of strangers. A council was hold to decide what should be done with the booty, and the young captors gavo free play to their mischievous imaginations. One said to put the baby back where thoy found it; another, to hide it in a half empty prune box which stood at a grocer's door; a third proposed to climb up to a second story balcony and leave the youngster there, and how astonished the people would be next dayl But Zizi Monkey face scouted all these ideas and declared that the baby must be given to the gypsies. There was a band of these people near by, who practiced jugglery and fortune telling, and instances of kidnap ing were by no means rare. Monkeyfnce's decision was hailed with enthusiasm, and ho claimed the right to carry the treasure-trove in consideration of his having made the plan. "Give us the kid," he said. The baby had all this time been screaming piteously, but it stopped suddenly when mm ^ mmmmm Monkeyface took hold of it, and while — ue wa iked along with an air of triumph Burs, Prompt, Positive it fixed its great blue eyes upon his ugly &VtiEETbi£& ,ttce amilod - at the •«» tun* fm/Mhuu, Spematorrtiia, stretching its tiny hands out aeif to ca- ;«^<o«Mo*ff._ Y/prz >. _ She is toughing!" cned the boy in MIDLAND HOTEL. Most eontrally located hotel in the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Rates, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 a Day. but iu vain, for as they well knew Zizi Monkeyface had at the end of each «nn on argument so strong that it would be useless as well as unsafe to oppose his wishes. When ho reached home with his burden tho fish peddler exclaimed furiously: "Do you think I have not enough to do to fill your mouth, you lazy imp? Take that brat to tho polico—quick, nowl" Pif, pn£t A box on each ear showed the boy that she was in earnest and he fled from tho house. That night ho did not return, and the was in the factory as for the first time in his life. Mr. George," ho said timidly to the overseer, "how much will you pay me if I work hard all day?" ' 1 have already told you twenty cents," answered tho man in surprise, and Monkeyface worked indefatigably until night. Tho overseer, amazed and delighted at the change, paid the boy for I UB work and even gavo him twenty cents in advance in order to encourage him. That night Monkeyface was again absent from his home, and his cdnsin, the fish peddler, went to the factory the next evening, lay in wait for him and dragged him homo In spite of his struggles, administering a thrashing on tho way. But it was no use. As soon as tho old woman turned her back to cook the soup for dinnor the boy supped out of the house and did not return, Tho factory overseer, having been Informed of the state of affairs, made up his mind to settle the matter at once by finding out where Moukoyfaco spent his nights, and for this purposo watched the lad us ho loft the factory, Mr. George, in company with one of the workmen, followed the wanderer a short distance and observed him enter a bakery and buy a small loaf of bread; next he went into a dairy and came out carrying bottlo of milk, and then turned his steps toward a lonely, deserted quarter near tho river. Sntklonly his followers saw him plunge into a muddy alley. The place having no lamps was as dark as an oven, but Monkeyface was dimly visi ble as he Btopped before a board fence. Tho next-minute ho bad scaled it with the agility of the animal that was his namesake and was lost to sight. Tho two men, determined to discover his hiding place, clin.. over the wall and found themeelves in a large vacant lot, surrounded by weeds and rubbish, but of Monkeyface there was not sign. At last they espied in the farthest corner a low wooden shed, which had evi- dontly once served as a fowl house, and through the cracks of which a faint light was shining. They approached it noiselessly and peered through a crack Great was their astonishment. In the middle of the wretched hut, in which man would not have been able to Btand upright, sat tho young runaway, a candle cud stuck in the ground beside him ho was gravely pouring milk into a feed ing bottle, and in a corner on a bed of dried leaves n baby was sleeping soundly, wrapped up in an old blanket. Zizi Monkeyface transformed into nurse I 'What the deuce are you doing here?" asked the overeoer, throwing open the door of the cabin suddenly, and the boy, startled at first by tho intrusion, soon recovered himself and answered Blowly. Haven't 1 got a right to have a little sister?" ' Then after a pause he added grandly: "I earn twenty cents a day. That is enough for UB both, and we don't ask any one for iinythingl" Tho narrator paused, smiled softly and added: "The next day the owner of the factory, being informed of the matter, raised my pay to forty cents — just double" What!" I cried, "it was you?" Ah, I have betrayed myself," said Durand; "Yes, I was tho young rascal who was in a fair way to come to the gallows, and, thanks to the blue eyes of that little girl, I becarno a good workman and afterward sot up for myself. Now yen understand why I keep that little blue cap; she had it' on when we found her." And what has become of her?" asked eagerly. Tho old man answered, "Wo have never parted;" then smiling, he looked at his wifo and added, "have we, my dear?" She smiled in return, but her eyes woro moist as she looked at him, and under her eyelids I saw a teardrop glistoning.—Translated for Epoch. Girls. 3v Xivm Km-: S TAKKSTT, IN Tfit fii'm*. . -." Thow.ands who :rre now m shops IMMl other organized imWrirv would really pttttt' ivorfc in Iioinvs, if only flic lisary, grirof, , malodorous, ttct.hrsdtstrtn-i-.ig work of CX>O I E--; in;; am) laundering were not required And, ••rpeck-'.l tif tlain.' I '4'.; Well—if this is true thereVa -toil time coming for gtrls an«i> uu: mistr'jss too; for women (by ^t mill ions) are coming to know, that Pcarlhic save:; the clothes on your back as well as the clothes in the wash ; thu paint on your walls—• ihcsheen of silver—thelustre of glassand reduces thelabor '•. —drudgery—health breaking —temper and comfort wear- n<y work of washing and cleaning to almost nothing. Besides—the girl—the mistress—or both—are better •atisfied with the results. It cleanses—restores original colors —but hurts nothing, not even delicate skin—luxurious for bathing—be among the bright ones and use Pcarline. Peddlers am] some unscrupulous grocers will tell yoa, " thi» as good as " or " the same as Pcarline." IT'S FALSE— 'earlinc is never peddled, and if your croccr sends you some- utui it hick, iv JAMBS PVIA Now York. Beware I ihing in nlnq: of Pcarline. dn the honest thine— HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yaida have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson—five roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Best distributing point in the west. AU parties wanting stackers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BENJ. W. LADD, General Maaagsr. COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods prepared to in the city move Having We Pay Freight on Local or Gar 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 Piano* and Household Goods without the least injury. If you want to move your office or household goods wo can do it better for you than anyone elsd and save you money. Storage Department. We have the largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can have their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. This Is one of our specialties. Wo guarantee our work to bo first-class in every respect and use teo utmost care. A reasonable price is all we ask and a trial will convince you that we are the best. MANHOOD RESTORED. "8ANATIVO." the Wondarrul Spanish llriuedy, is sold with s Written guarantee to euro all Nervous Diseases, such as Weak Memorv, Loss of Brain Power, Headactio. Wakefulness, LoetHsn- taood, Nervousness, Lassitude, all drains and loss of power of tlie Generative Organs In either sex, caused by over-eiertlon, youthful indiscretions, or the excessive ose of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Intlnnlty, Consumption and Insanity. Put np i Inconvenient amn to carry In the vest pocket. Price |1 a package, or B for $5. With every S3 order we give a written guarantee to oure or refund tho money. Sent by mail to any address. Circular free inipialii envelope.' Mention tills ptiper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for U.S. A. 3QS Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS B Y A. J. Baumhardt, Druggist, one door north of Santa Va Hold. io«. of Htrnoru, A>. Will mainitm a STnONB, Vigor- ! auv «" ^''ce #f.<* 9 | delight; "see how she looks at me." Then a new impulse seized him. "I will not give her away," he said; "I will keep her myself." His companions protean^ indignanty, aTertlllxera for Lawn*. The very common practice of covering city lawns with barnyard manure is disagreeable alike to the occupants of tho home aa well as passers by. G, M. Hookor thinks that it is very queer, after taking so much time and labor to make a good green lawn eight months of the year, the contents of the barnyard should be dumped upon it to remain there tho rest of tho twelvemouth. He affirms that if the owners who do this Bhould practice instead' dressing their lawns with unbleached ashes and nitrate of soda it would keep fertility and offend no one. Microscopic Wonder*. The microscope has revealod many wonders, among others that the common caterpillar has 4,000 muscles in his body; that the drone bee's eyes eacb contain 1,300 mirrors, and that the largo, prominent eyes of the brilliant dragon flies are each furnished with 28,000 polished lenses. —New York Jour nal. Carried the Same Knife OO Tears. A Portland man has a knife that he has carried for the past sixty-nino years. We are willing to wager that he never passed much of that time aronnd a newspaper office, where he had to ioau that knife for sharpening pencils. Bangor (Me.) Commercial. Sons, W 00. Soulttl Dtncthml Ualtto) mltkoatHBoM. Atina »ttodUOTTIt«1»»a1 it., (SHaLlMMAM. •T.LOUM. • MO> STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoveB, move them and take all the nickel fart* 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 82.50, tho season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rustproof, 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 give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, M ANAGER, Office and Barn, Second. Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. The wind known as the kbamatn blows for fifty days In Egypt, beginning with April 2ft or DO. The word kiiauwiit it from the Arabic awl BMMW fifty. John Donnelly. Wholesale Liquorjealer Handles WINE BEER & WHISKEY Kansas and Family a Specialty. Write for catalogue. 429 Deleware Street Kansas City, Mo,

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