The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 13, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 13, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, AFRTX J 3, 189f. 3. Si HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturers of TABLE AND DAIRY SALT West of New York. (SiiwW not to Harden in Any Climate. OUT*. BIR-AJSTOS: WESTERN, RiVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. S» We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to either.' the 'Ashton or HigginB im porteel salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agree with ua. R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, Tlx© TTxi.l'xrex'jsAl H.ona.©c3.y for IT CORES IN MAN: RHEUMATISM SCIATICA BITES CUTS LUMBAGO NEURALGIA • STIK8S BRUISES THE AILMENTS OF MAN « BEAST HAS STOOD THE TEST OF IT CORES IN BEAST: FOOT ROT SCREW WORM SCRATCHES SPAVIN HOLLOW HORN SHOULDER ROT WIND BALLS SWINNET 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 $i.ooabottler 0*»0{tMIITB)mT«TH60B)aBAMHOFTmS001Jlfni»WiaOBTMI MUW MIUMIEINFMHMTIOH FAOH A STUDY Of THIS UM> OF THI The Direct Bouts to and from CHICAGO, BOOK 1SIAHD, DAVENPOBT, MS MOINES, COtJHCIL BLOTES, OMAHA, LINCOLN. WATERTOWN. BIOOX FAIX8, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PACKj ST. JOSEPH, ATCHISON, tEAVISNWOBTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPEKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, ana PUEBLO. Frae Reclining Chair Qua to and front CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGB Clli'. and Fnlnoa Sleeping Can between CHICAGO, WI0B1TA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Through Coaches, Sleepers,. Free Reclining Chair , Can anrrbinlns Cars dally lietneen CHICAGO, DE8 J MOINKS. COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA ami LIN- k COLN. and lielwesn CHICAGO and DEKVEB, R 'COLORADO SPRINGS and PDEBLO YlnSt Joseph, at Kansas Clly and Topcka. Excursions dally, with Choice or Homes to and from Salt Lak», Portland, Los Angeles nnd Sun Francisco. Tho Uirect Una to and from Pike's l'eax. Manltou, Garden o( the Gods, the '' Sanitariums, and Suenlc Grandeurs of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Express Trains dolly between Chicago and Minneapolis nnd St Paul, with THROUGH Kecllning Chair Cars FttEE, to and from those points aud Kan. aa> Otty. Through Chair Car and Sleeper lietneen Peoria. Spirit Ijikc and Sioux Folia via Rock Island. Ths Farorlle Line to Wattrlewn. Sioux Polls, the Summer utsorwauo Buntlnp and Fishing Grounds of TwrickstJ, Mar* FoM«rs,or desired Information *nK k>uv OonpoaTlcket OBce, or address STST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN, 0 «aT Manager, Gsn 'l Tfct & Fata, Act, 08X0*00. lib Tbe fJelebrafeO French Cure. Warant<!d "APHRODITIi.E "r 0 e r ffl • Is SOLD ON A , POSITIVE GUARANTEE to onre any form ef nervouB disease or any disorder of the gon- -erative organs of either sex,' whether arising from the execs- AFTEB alvcusoof Stlmulanie, Tobacco or Opium, or through yontuiol Indiscretion, over Indulgence, ic, auch as Loss of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains In the hack, Seminal Woatnesa, Hysteria, Nervous PTOB- tratloBLNooturnalErnjBSlonn.lioncorrha'a.Dlr- xincss. Weak Memory, Loss of Power and Iin- potenoy, vrtdoh it neglootco, oltcn lend to pro- mature old ajro and tnsaulty. Frioe $1.00 a DO BEFORE 8 boxes for $5.00, gripe. A. WRITTEN GUARANTEE Is given for Bent by mall on receipt of •wry 15.00 order received, to refund the money II a Permanent onre ia not ef/eoted. We have thousands of testimonials from old and young of both sexes, who have been permanently oured by the use of AphroditineT Clroulan free. Mention paper. Address HE APHRO MEDICINE CO. THE" A CTWa/shlhjt on 6t, CIHOAGO, litis, For sale by A. & A. Drug; Co. MANHOOD RESTORED. "OAHATiyq," ttus Wonderful Spanish Remedy, Is sold with a Written Guarantee) to euro all Noi yous Diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Heudaohe, Wakefulness. Lout Man. hood, Hcrvouanew, Lassitude, all drains and loa* of powor of the Generative Organs lu . . either sex, caused by over-exertion, youthful indiscretions, or the excessive ose of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ulUmately lend to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put up lu convenient fnrm to curry In the vest pocket Price |1 a packsige, or 0 fur ?6, with every $5 order we give a written guarantee to cure or refuna the E oney. sent by mull to any address. Circular free plain envelops. Mention this paper. Address, MADRID OHEMIOAL CO.. Branch Office for U. a A. SM Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS BY A. J. Uaurnbardt, Druggist, one door north ef SasU Fa HoteL Before & After Use, • Photographed from life. IN A FIRE BALLOON. THE SENSATIONS EXPERIENCED BY THE SUMMER AERONAUT. fle Taken Big Chnnccfl and Adds In Thorn by tUo Prtruchuto Kxbtbltlim. 1 How the World I-ool«» Wlicn Tlcwod from a Great Height. iCopj-right, 1SDS, by American Press Association.! T THIS time every year the HIHri­ ngers of comity fairs and circuscH may be snre that they will receive letters with' gorgeous printed headings, together with lithographed posters exhibiting men and women in tights in the uct of plunging from a height. Those indicate that the balloon seoxon has arrived and that the aeronaut and parachutist is preparing for his season 's work. However much romance there may appear in ballooning, it is nothing less than a trade, aud a difficult one, requiring long years of training and experience for its mastery. In the first place it differs from other occupations in its constant excitomont. To the aeronaut each ascent means a fresh danger, and it is on this account, perhaps, that comparatively few engage in it. Few peoplo who witness a balloon ascension comprehend its fascinations, its perils or its methods, and only those who have mado the trip into the clouds can accurately describe ita accompanying sensations. Professor Mortimer MciKiiu, an aeronaut of experience, gives it,as his opinion thut the aeronaut lives a lifetime in the few brief moments of his voyage. To those interested in aerial navigation a description of the airship is necessary. The material employed in the construction consists of a superior quality of sheeting, the breadths being Btitched together firmly, with the edges felled. The average balloon being ISO feet in circumference and 75 feet in height requires 800 or more yards of cloth. At tlio mouth of the balloon a hoop the size of a wagon wheel and made of wood is attached to keep the mouth open while the hot air is being forced into it, and this orihee remains open during the ascension. The inside of the fire balloon is coated with'a sizing of glue, whiting, alum and other noucombuBtibles, as a precau tion against sparks, which, with the hot air, ariso frequently to a height of thirty feet during the inflation. On being released, the balloon rises at first slowly until at about a height of fifty feet, when UB velocity is at the rate of forty-five miles an hour. At the expiration of two minutes the balloon has attained an altitude of a mile and a half; then it commences to sail with the air current which strikes it. This drifting about continues for a period of four minutes, when the escaping hot air causes a gradual shrinking of the balloon and its consequent descent. Tlio unique sensations of the aeronaut begin with the moment he mounts tho trapcs >.o bar attached to the balloon. Grasping the ropes, tho feeling is much like that of being seated in a swing. For the first 100 feet theTO is a realization of the ascent; objects below appear smaller and smaller until gradually they fado from view. At a height of 200 feet the air, rushing past with tremendous velocity, gives ono tho impp.'scicii of leaning out of the cur window of a limited express, tho sounds of earth die away in a murmur, and it is then that the balloon sooma stationary, the earth falling away from it. Looking downward from the height, all surfaces appear level, mountains and valleys are alike and the world looks as if spread out and flattened by a rolling pin. Roads and rivers resolve themselves into narrow ribbons; forests, fields and meadows are clumps of green, red and black, with green as tho dominant color. At two miles earth is lost to view, as in a fog. Presently the balloon begins to sail, driven by an air current. There is now no apparont motion. Tho aeronaut experiences a fooling of oppression, the air, doprived of its vital principle, exhausts at each inspiration; ringing sounds are heaTd in enra, and one can, so to speak, hear the stillness. The breath comes in qnick, successive gasps that do not satisfy the lungs. It is like going to one's death. INFLATING THE BALLOON. Looking upward, tho horizon is bounded by the bi(j black ball—tho balloon— dark against the milky opaqueness of the atmosphere. The airship is swaying and swinging, while the clouds, floating in a contrary direction, produce a vagno giddiness. There is, however, no timu for tremors. Seconds scorn hours, the mind and memory traveling with olec- tric flight. Conjectures, recollections and retrospections flash across tha bowil- dered brain us one reels through space. Suddenly the top of the balloon comes in contact with a cloud, there is a slight jar, and the next instant all is enveloped in. fog, from which tho aeronaut emerges Boaked with spray. And now for tbe spectacle I Sublime, dazzling. Mountains of iridescence, fleecy white clouds tinged with creamy pink, like the plumage of tho cockatoo. Swirling combinations ot color, blending and shifting as in a gigantic bubble. Golden greens, that melt into purplo and bronze and crimson, with the sun dissolving and overflowing upon their taps. Wonderful tints, such as artist never dreamed of. To comprehend color it is necessary to havo seen the magic canvases of tho clouds. Tho balloon sails on and drops slowly away from this panorama, once more into tho colorless atmosphere. With the descent, earth appears to rise and the balloon to remain fixed; and now the opevfttor is occupied with one idea, speculation as to where and how he will reach earth, for distance is incalculable and perspective a myth. Tho balloon is the sport of chance, and is liable to deposit its passenger anywhere from tlio top of a church steeple to the bottom of a ditch. The aeronaut takes his life in his own hands when he ascends with tho ftivship. Should it tako fire, burst in midair, or cool off too suddenly in striking a cold current, tho result Is collapss and disaster, for there is no safety valve to the fire balloon. The aeronaut iB invariably an enthusiast until he meets with an accident, after wliich discretion becomes tho better part of his valor and ho is content to rally sitbstitutes for an ascension. Afrei a few years he is apt to retiro altogether and leave to others the hazardous occupation. Up to a period of six years ago there numbered.but twenty aeronauts in the conutry, and these were in great demand at county fairs, settlers and soldiers' reunions and upon legal holidays, rural celebrations being considered incomplete without the daring balloonist, "who, for tho time being, was of more importance than tho president and en tiro senate, and, it may bo added, that no occupation is moro conducive to conceit and self sufficiency than that of the aeronaut. There is less profit in the business now than formerly; tho novelty of the ordinary balloon ascension no longer exists for Americans. Realizing this, nearly every aeronaut now makes the sensational parachute descent. On reaching the desired altitude this is effected by cutting the connecting rope. There is a rapid fall, the resist- IK JiroAm. nnco of the air forcing open tho parachute, which is nothing moro than n ribless umbrella twenty-eight feet in diameter. The operator on cutting loose darts downward, as if fired from a catapult, until within a few hundred feet of earth, when ho is sustained by the parachute. Should this fail to operate, death is inevitable. Abroad the balloon is still an attraction, and especially in Mexico, Australia and the West Indies. Professor McKim, who has toured the civilized world, is one of the fow experienced aeronauts who find it difficult to abandon the profession, about which thero oxists a fascination, even in the danger, Taken all in all it is as great a game of chance its ever played by man, with this difference—that the aeronaut has no opponent, and should he fail no ono is gainer through his defeat. MARIE PBTRAVSKY. Where Fish Are Plentiful. Fresh fish, especially of the smelt variety, aro a drug on the market in tho state of Washington just now. Borne of the rivers uro choked in their most narrow parts by the finny inhabitants. A fisherman can stand on the bunk in many places, ond with a few sweops of a common dip not get more fish than ho con carry away. Thousands of poundi have been suited. Old residents say that this is the most phenomenal run of fish they havo ever seen. Royalty Will Stay Away. The big race meeting at Ascot thi •. year will probably not be as well attended as usual, as owing to tho death of the Duke of Clarence no momber of tho Toyal family of England will be present. The queen is sincere in her grief over the loss of her favorite grandson, and has gone to the length of ordering that the royal stand at the Ascot track bo kept tightly closed, with all tho blinds closely drawn, during the progress of the meeting. The Question of Weight. "How to Reduce Your Weight or Increase It," is the title of a valuable work recently issued by Colia Logan, who has gained repute both as an actress and us a writer. Having a teudeiicy to embon point, she has tried various reduction mothoda, and tho story of her personal experience and, final triumph over a superfluity of flesh is highly entertaining and instructive. It la Not ii Horn. Few persons know that the. so called "horn" of tho rhinoceros is not horn ut all, but merely a protuberance of agglutinated hair. Cut in two and examined under a microscope it will be found -that it is mado up entirely of little tubes, precisely liko the hah-structure. CAST0RIA for Infants and Children. n» awll adapted tcehflili !•!••> ltaasuperior to a*y ix'sensellati a" H. A. Aacnos, X. D., •a, Otfanl 81, Jnekljra, K. T. Ill « The nae «f' Oattorla' k tatjateanal and Ms- merit* so well known that It mill a work ef supererogation to endorse it Few arethe intelligent ruiitlieewhotoawtsMn Oaasoria withlrTesxry reach/' CattM aUsTTaVD.D, New fork City. I as* Passer smniwarnf itala Hi formed Churos. Ca^riac^eaOjmxflras^iiaelis. Wltn ^SftaJorioue " for several lean I havo your' Oaetoria. • and ahall always c do so as It 2iM umrlahly produced namltsL** *mm,r.rimmm.W.*, »B» wmtnrop,"lS90i Street aarf ft* Ms*, ItawTsafeOt* TVs. Cawiaua aswurr. Tf HtmaaT Aisaas*, Team. HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yaids have direct connection with all railroads running into HutchinBon—five roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yardB offer superior inducements. Rest distributing point in the west. All particB wanting stackers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BEHJ. W, LAPP, General Manager. 'fir COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being tho only one in the city having the necessary articles for the moving of lieavv goods We Pay Freight on Local or 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 GoodB 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 you money. Storage Department. • We have the largest brick store room In the city for Btoring goods. Parties leaving the city can havo their goods packed by us, Btored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee our wqrk to be first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price is all we aBk and a trial will convince you that we are the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. ' We will take downyour stoves, movo 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 $3.50, the season ending December 1, 1802. This way of taking care ot stoves makes thorn 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 give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R LOCK, M ANAGER, Office and Barn, Second Ave, Eaet. Telephone No. 19. John Donnelly. Wholesale Liquor Dealer Handles WINE BEER & WHISKEY Kansas and Familv. a Specialty. Write for catalogue. 29 Delaware Street, Kansas City,| Mo,

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