The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 6, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 6, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 6, 1892. 3. tot djMengutis vmh "Vfas Qjever dotys" ltttt (^RETTE ©OAP c &oie i®1 |®rken, Ami l?ow^ 3» MKFAlRBANK&CO. O ^TTE StHp ft Louis. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturers of SIFTED TABLE AND DAIRY SALT "West of New York. A MAN'S REPLY. WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to either," the >Ashton or Higgins imported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agroe with us. R t 8. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, HUMANE WUCQUMHTO IOTHTHE WMMMY OFTHIS COUHTOT Will OaftM MUCH »HUIABIE WFOniUTION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE Cbicap, Bock MiM & Pacific Hy., The Direst Boat* to ml bom CHICAGO, ROCK (BLAND, DAVEKPOBT, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLBFW, OMAHA, UNCOLH, WATERTOWN, SIOUX FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH. ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPBKA, DENVER, COLORADO BPHING8, and FUEBLO. Free Beclinlng Chair Ota to anil from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON end TfODQB CITY, and Falaoa Sleeping Can between CHICAGO. WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Thwurh Coaches, Steepen, Free Reclining Chile Can anaplnlnB Can dally between CHICAGO, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, O MAI IA and LINCOLN. «Bd between CHICM30 MHI DENVER, COLOlUDQ SPRINGS »nd PUEBLO via fit Joeeob, or Kansu City and Topeka. Excuntooa dally, with Cbolt* of Bootw to ana from Salt Lake, Portland, Loe ADMleaandBao Francltco. Tho Direct Line to and from Pike 'i Peek. MMUUI, Gatdftn of vhe QodJ, tbe BaDitwlums, and, Scenic arandeun of Colorado. ^y *iaThe Albert Lea Route, Put Kmpresa Trains dally between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul, Win THKOUGH RecIInlnf Chair Cera FREE, to nod from those point* and Kanau City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper between Peoria. Spirit Lake and Sioux Fall, vta Book Island, lbs Favarlte Line to Watertown, Sioux Falla, tbe Summer Beaorta and Huatlng and loaning Grounds of IbaNortbweat. For Ttoketa, Mape, Folders, or datlred Information apcej to any Coupon Ticket Omce, or address I. ST. JOHN,' JOHN 8EBA8TIAN, QtollUBag «r, I Gtn'l Tkt. 4 Pate. A*t» CHIOAOQ. ILL. ADVICE TO WOMEN If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR 1 OAItTEBSVILLE, April 28, 1888. ' This will certify that two members of my Immediate family, after having Buttered for years from Menstrual Irregularity, feeing treated without benefit by physicians, were at length completely curod by one bottle of Bradflcld'e tremolo Ileuulator. Its effect is truly wonderful. J. w. SIRAKQB. Book to " WOMAN " moiled FREE, which contalna valuablo Information on all roinulo diseases. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, OA. iron SJLE joy ALI. Djtuoaxsxa. MIDLAND HOTEL. Most eontrally located hotel in the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Patronage of traveling men solicted The Celebrated French Cure. WHRODITINE^S Warranted lil to core I la SOLD oa A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to euro any form et nervoUB disease or any disorder of thugen- of elthor eex,<i whether arising! from tho oxoes- AFTER slveussot Btimulants,Tobsooo or taloni. or through youthful Indiscretion, over Indulgence, &a, Buch as Less of Brain Power Wakefulness, Boartaadown Paine tn the back! ^ Hysteria, Nervous Proa- Bcnrinal Weatocss, traMorLNooturaal Eml6Blona,t,eucorrboea.Dir. aineaa, weak Memory, LOBS of Power and Im- potenoy, whleh if neglecteu olteu lead to nro- uutirooldageaudluaautty. Price*a.ooat>ox B boxes for $5,oa, Bent by mall on receipt of PI AWRITTEN GUARANTEE la given for •wry 18-00 order received, to refund the money If a Permanent cure la not effooted. We have , jDonatnrla of testimonials from old and young m both ansa, who have been permanently Kirtd by the lueof Aphrodltlne. Oirculaa Me. Heallon paper. .Addreea THE APlTfiO MEDICINE CO. «Waita «Ttor>8t, CHICAGO. XLta twraaie by^A. at A. Drag Co. Rates, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 a Day, I stand at Uio bar of yonr pure woman's soni Condemned In tho cause that you plead: My only defense la the simple request That you'll judge mo by moUvc, uot dcod. For romombcr that man's but a child In the dark. Though formed by tho hand from above; Ho will fall many times, but shall walk forth at Inst In tho sunshine of infinite love. So I'm boldenod to answer your question BO fair, And give you "A Man's Reply." That for the prize of a true woman's love I ant ready to live or die. Yon say that the man who gains your lor* Must be brave, and truo and good; I answer that sho who wins my heart Must bo a typo of true womanhood. Yon say that yon look for a "man and a king," A very prince of tho race; t look, tor a kind and a generous heart, . And not for a queonty face. You require "all things that an good and truo. All things that a man should be;" I ask for a woman, with all that Implies, And that Is sufhclont for me. Yon ask for a man without a fault. To live with here on earth; I ask for a woman, fauibs and all. For by faults I may judge of worth. I ask for a woman made as of old, A higher form of man; His comforter, helper, adviser and friend, As In tho original plan. A woman who has an aim in life. Who (inds llfo worth tho living. Who makes tho world better for being here, And for others her llfo is giving. I will not require all that I have asked In these lines so poor and few; I only pray that you may bo all That God can make ot you. For your heart and life and lore Are sacred things to me. And "I'll stake my life" that I'll be to you Whatever I ought to be. —Good Housekeeping. A WEATHER PROPHET Miss Sophia Nichols was a lady of great modesty and of a very retiring disposition, and as she had passed the age of "fair, fat and forty," wasted few glances on men. She had lately established herself in a suite of rooms on the southeast corner of Laurel street, facing the lovely little Beech park. It was just the place for a quiet spinster who loved nature and retirement, and she enjoyed it with unalloyed quiet for a tew days. Opposite her new abode was a quiet old house with four immense windows, wherein wore set tiny panes of glass, to each room. The inhabitants seemed very quiet persons, and sho seldom saw them except in the evening. After she had been domiciled about a week in her new place her attention was attracted by a very queer action of an old gentleman who lived in the quaint house. After finishing her 1 o'clock dinner she always established herself cosily with work or book at her front window, and tho old gentleman would as regularly appear in his yard and, drawing out of his pocket a red bandanna, raiso it solemnly high in air! He did not seem to wave it, but let it go at its own sweet will, or tho wind's will. On moonlight nights, always about 10 o'clock, he repeated this mysterious rite, or whatever it was. His eyes were nearly always turned toward her window, and stared fixedly. Sometimes he did not use the handkerchief at all, but gazed steadfastly at her window. This performance he kept up every day, until Miss Sophia begun to be fearfully nervous. Sho was really afraid it wonld draw down the gossip of the neighborhood on her. So she tried in many mild, well bred ways to let the old gentleman'understand that she did not like hiB very open attentions. She pulled down her blind, and on popping out to see what effect it hod found it had none; he still waved. Or she would retreat to tho farthest isomer of the room, out of his range of vision, and her min told her he still gazed. Finally lit r uuphew came to make her a woek'a visit. Every spinster has a favorite niece nephew, and Jack Brown was Miss Sophia's. She admired his youth (he was only twenty-four); bis courage, his well shaped body, and even his impotnous (to put it mildly) temper. He was rather good looking, too, although his hair was auburn and his mustache, such as it was, undeniably red. Tho first day of his visit Miss Sophhia kept him engaged by showing him her photograph alburns, of which Bhe had MANHOOD RESTORED. Wonderful ' 0 B(iaiiUh Remedy, la sold wltb a Written Guarantee to cure all Netvous Disease,, auch as Weak Memory, Los, of Brain Power, Headaohe, WakoCumeea, Lost Alan- hood, Nervousness, Lassitude, all drains and lost of power of the Generative Organs lu ——m—mm~—mm^ either BCX, CUUMd by over-exertion, youthful indiscretions, or the excessive oao of tobacco, oplutu, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity, Put up in convenient form to carrv In the veal pocket Price •1 apucknfre, orO for $5, With every |5 order we give a written guarantee to cure or refund the money. Sent by mnll to any address. Circular free in plain envelope. Monllon this paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch ora« for U. 8. A. 855 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS B Y A, J. Baumhardt, Druggist, ono door north of Santa I'o Hotel fernal impudence? It is a nice thing that a quiet lady cannot sit at her window without being insulted!" Tho old gentleman cleared his thront, wiped his mouth with the offending hnndkerchiof, smiled gently, raised his hand to his ear and said in a soft, mild voice: "Hoy! please speak a little louder. Tra quite deaf." Thereupon Jack, as is customary with people who ore unaccustomed to talking with the deaf, roared loudly and rapidly, prefacing his former inquiry with "I say," conscious that he was making a spectacle of himself, and that in all probability the whole neighborhood heard him. Still the old gentleman shook his head despairingly and said: "Come into the house. My daughter will make me understand; yon talk too rapidly and loudly." Just as he said it a door opened softly and n girl's voice, trembling with laughter, said: "What is it, father? Does the gentlmnan want something?" "I think ho does, Bertha, hut I cannot understand what." After one glance at the girl's face Jack "sized himself up as an ass," as ho would have oppressed it, and he knew she had overheard the whole- Interview. He really had not tho courage to tell her outright that her father was accused of flirting with his Aunt Sophia, or else he was a lunatic, and that neither he nor his aunt approved of his conduct. The girl let him flounder and got red in tho fnco for about ten minutes, enjoying tho situation as only a mischievous girl can, but he managed to convoy bis meaning. Then she said: "I understand you perfectly, and can perhaps explain it satisfactorily to .both yon and your aunt. Father keeps a weather record, and he has as long as I can remember. He takes observations three times a day—at 8 in the afternoon, at 7 in the evening and early in the morning, probably before your aunt gets up." Here two irre pressiblo dimples broke out and hinted that laughter was not far behind. Jack, who had recovered his equanimity, admired them immensely, but he was not to be diverted from his purpose, so ho said judicially. "But why does ho use a handkerchief?" "For the very simple reason that if there is a light wind stirring ho cannot tell its direction any other way." "Well, why does he stare so at my aunt as she sits at her window?" * 'I thiuk it is not at her but"—here she paused long enough to make impressive what should follow—"at the smokestack from the furnace. The smoke that comes from it makes a first rate weather vane. This explanation wa£ made so demurely and with such evident enjoyment at the ludicrouBness of tho situation that Jack wits slightly provoked at her and said rather sharply "Well, you must admit that it looks queer to a fellow not accustomed to it. "I 've no doubt it does," she replied with a smile, "but we have always lived hero, and father has always token observations just in this way, and everybody knows his peculiarities, so of course it awakens no comment." As Jack had no reply ready, she said: "Pleiiso make my apologies to your I aunt for any annoyance Bbe may have felt," nnd as tho comical Bide cavno uppermost again sho broke into a laugh' and said: "Poor old father! The idea of him being accused of flirting I" Jack joined in tho laugh, and the innocent cause of nil the trouble and fun sat staring out of the window as mild and placid as though no such charge lay at his door. As yet he did not even know the reason of the visit of tho erstwhile angry but now smiling young man. Jock apologized humbly, but he had no idea of letting tho story get out on him, so he tried in an elegant manner, which turned out a fiat failure, to intimate to the girl that it should be a secret betweou themselves, as ho said: "I hope you will not—I mean, ah, ex— but you won't" "Won't tell it on you," she aaid, with unfeeling bluntness. "Father would be avenged rather more than the cose calls for if the students should get hold of tho story." Then taking yity on him sho said Bwoetly, "I will never mention it again of course, and will not even tell father." Jack asked her to call on his aunt, which' sho promised to do, and ho took his departure to explain to Mies Sophia that sho had only made the same blunder thut many another woman had done —jumped ot a conclusion too roadily. Jack visited his aunt with great regularity, hut spent the major portion of CASTOR IA for Infants and Children* tosav*aa6x4^tot*sV!r*ata«ts Itastnparlortosayii. sai. Itsasai >rae." H. A. Aaoxora, X. TX, W •» eatsf* at, anekr/a, X. T. "The use of 'Csstorla 'li MSsstssmsl aad U* merits ao well known that It sign la • work ef Burmmratlon to assert* fa Few aretfce Intelligent families wao da act kees Oai withltststy reach. " lata lOaatoria lUwrriLB .r)., New York CRy. Est armed Chuieh. ]tDTOr.raMI,.t.lV, •The Wtaat«op,"126tsi 8trsxataaa)nkA«a>, Tn flam sua OsarraWT, Tf tf trauv HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yatd* 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. All parties wanting stockers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BENJ. W. LAPP, General ManagM. COMPANY, Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared ta reave Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one in the city having the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods We 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 injury. If you want to inovo your office or household goods wo can do it better for you than anyone olsd nnd save y«u money. half a dozen. But she couldn't keep ! his time at the weather prophet's across OZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Bora, Promjt, Fount* Ovrt for ImpoUiKt. lau of Htuikood, Sunlnal fmluluu, SiMimatorrkn, MutKuantu, SitfUttnat, tost of Himary, etc. Will mala you a 8TIIONQ, Vigor- on* man, l>rk$tl,Q0.t Boat. t&OO. gsaslal WricthM Dalit with oaoh Bon, itllsrliscw seta LUOASAVS. •T.LQUtm, . M Attrtu 0*-, this up a whole week, so the second day Jack remarked as the bandanna aud its owner appeared: "What a queer old chap! What's he doing?" To which Miss Sophia tremulously replied, "I don't know," which was literally true, for she had her back carefully turned to the window. The next day Jack observed the same performance and said: "Confound tho old scoundrel! Aunt Sophia, I really believe he's trying to flirt with yon or 61BO he's a lunatic." Jack was a senior at college and had taken his degree in the art of flirting.' The following day Jack's ire reached a climax as the old gentleman appeared as usual, aud not only waved theoffend- • ing red rag (Jack was a fiery Republic [ can), but actually gazed fixedly at Miss ' Sophia's window for fully five minutes. He grabbod up hiB hat and said to his aunt, "m know the meaning of his confounded impudence or my name's not Jack Brownl" -Ho dashed down stairs, paying no attention to his aunt's pleadings, "Don't, Jack, don'tl you will only make matters worse!" She pulled down her curtain and peeped from behind it to see what Jack would do. He was striding angrily across the street, and in a few moments was at the old gentleman's side. With a wrathful face and sternly determined manner, ho wid: "Sir, wiutt is the Tusawitrtg 0 f yonr in- the way, so that the neighbors concluded he was taking a postgraduate course in meteorology— or something.—Rochester Times. Indiana Bay Bleat for the Brand A dealer down on the desert on his last trip to the city for supplies found a new brand of canned meat which bore a high colored designation of two lions rampant, in token that it was of the "lion brand." This, he thought, would be jnst the thing for his Indian customers, and he laid in a large supply, fancying tlmt tho gaudy labels would induce au immense uetnand. At first he sold quite a quantity of tho meat, but soon noticed that there was no further demand therefor. No Indian who had bought a can over called for another. He was puzzled to account for this, aud ho opened and ote several cans himself to ascertain whether there was anything the matter with the contents. But tho meat proved to be of good quality, and finally, after vainly trying to por- suade his copper colored customers to purchase mora of the delicacy, ho asked ono solemn lookingbuckwhounderstood English what the trouble was. Tho buck put liia finger on the picture of tho lions, shrugged his shoulders and remarked: "Huh I Indian no like-tun dog meat!' And no amount of talk could persuade him or hiB companions that the trader had not laid in a supply of canned dogt— San Francisco Chronicle, 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. We guarantee our work to be first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price ia 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 the nickel 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 82.50, the season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and mokos 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, MANAGER, Officfc and Barn, Second Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. John Donnelly. Wholesale LkjuorDealsr Handles WINE BEER & WHISKEY Kansas and Family a Specialty. Write for catalogue. 429 Delaware Street, Kansas City, Mo, ^TMUT1S» FOft M KN_OHLV.'^T6^aTylan«t x^*o*l~iMu£ mm taasWeW Free, la elaia stated WOT , ^Ivfuse Iron Uw aatsit? THI 1MB MtSICAl, OOtttWrtMA, NeVa

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