HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 27, 1892, 3 W£ BUY? SOME Be«\Ns ArtD S 0 ^ B^^EY, S°M£ RICE MO So ^e RYE. ONLY BE SURE ftriO REMEMBER Sor»£ t #RY HOUSEWIFE VAWfS H\ ^ R ock l&H C A Hutchinson, Kansas, The only manufacturers of wd West of New York. G-uaranteed not to Harden in any Climate. WESTERN, RiVEBSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK DAIRY SALT. 85 TWe guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to either? the lAshton or Biggins Imported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agree with us. R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, OH»cquMNTawTHTHEaeoaMPmormst»unrawiu .<M»m MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROU A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE tXnMlMk Pacific Ry., The Direct Routs to and from CHICAGO, BOOK ISLAND, DAVBNFOBT, DBS MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA, LINCOLN, WATEETOWK, BIOTJX FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL. ST. JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVENWOBTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPEKA, DENVER, COLOBADO SPRINGS, ana PUEBLO. Free Reclining Cbalr Cars to and Oram CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGE CITY, and Palace Sleeping Cars between CHICAGO, 'WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TM'.KS of Throuab Ooache*. SlMpert, Free Recltnltiv Chair Cm anoDlotng Can daily between CHICAGO, DEd MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA and LINCOLN, and between CHICAGO ftod DENVER, COLOAAPO SPiU.VOS and PUEBLO WsSt JOMpb, or KituM City and Toraka, Eicuralouj dally, with Choice of Boules to and from Salt Lake, Portland, Lew Angeles and Ban Francisco. The Dltect Line to and from Pike's Peak, Jiaoltou, Garden of the Gods, toe Sanitarium*, and Scenic Grand!ura of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Elpress Trains dally between Chicago and dneapollj and St. Vital, with THBOUOH Reclining lair Cars FKEE, to and from those points and Kan^ Clty. Through Chatr Car and Sleeper between rta. Spirit Lake and Sioux Palls via Rock Island. t Favorite Lino to Watertowii. 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"8ANATIVO." lbs Wonderful Simnlth itetnedy, Is sold with a Written Guarantee to euro all fieivous Diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness, Lout Manhood, Nervousness, Las- f ltude, all draloB and oss of power of the Generative Organs lu . either sex. caused by over-exertion, youthful indiscretions, or the exo-Aslve ose of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity, put up In convenient form to carTy in the vest pocket Price ft a package, or 6 for *S, Willi overy g5 order we give a written guarantee, to ours or rsvumfths monsr. Bent by mall to any address. Circular free la nlaln envelope. Mention tola paper. Address, MAORIO OHEHIOAL CO.. Branch Office for U.S. A. lot Dearborn Street. CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON HAS BY A- J. Baumhardt, Druggist, sat slooi north of State Fe Haul. Before a Aftor Uw. Photographed Irom life. Row Site tint Kven With Her Noisy Nc-ljrh- bora. The boy in tho second flat has friends, and he and his friends make so much noise that they keep the baby in tho first flat awake. Consequently the mother of the baby in the first flat mado complaint to the people in the second flat, and, that availing nothing, studied deeply to deviso some way of stopping the racket. And as she debated with herself there was a rattle above her head as some one rang 1 the door-bell of the second flat, And, looking up, she saw that tho doorbell wire ran through the corner of the room she was in. There was a look of triumph on her face as she got out a cane with a curved handle and sat down to await developments. The next time that tho boy above tried to jump over the dining-room tabic she hooked the cane on the wire and gave it a jerk. The noise ceased, and some man came down to the door. There was evidently a consultation when he went back, and it was fully ten minutes before the hoy and his friends started in for a game of "tag." When they did the little woman in the flat below gave the cane another jerk, and there was another trip tn the door. The people in the second Hat seemed to be troubled when the man came back, and after a council of war he crept quietly down the stairs again and waited just inside the door, while the others took positions at the top of the stairs where they could see the fun. Ten or fifteen minutes tired them all, and with, the remark, "Well. 1 guess those kids arc not coming back," ho started up the stairs. As he did so tho boy's spirits overcame him again, and he gave, a war-whoop and tried to turn a handspring. The little woman in the flat below promptly jerked the cane again,the bell tinkled, and the man on the stairs rushed cVo'Cvn, threw the. door open, and chased a boy who happened to be passing half a block. "I guess that'll settle it," he said, when he returned, all out of breath. "I'd have licked that boy if 1 could have caught him." "Ought to have jumped on him with both feet!" said tho boy who made the noise, and as he tried to illustrate his remarks the little woman in the flat below pulled on the cane again. There was a wild scramble down the stairs, and two men started around the block in different directions. When they came back one of them rapped on the door of the little woman's flat. "I beg your pardon," he said, courteously. "Have you noticed anything wrong around here to-night?" "Well, yes," she returned pleasantly, "the door-bell " "Do you know who's doing it?" he interrupted. "The. boy up-stalrs," she replied. "Ho plays football or something and shakes the house so that he rings all the bells in addition to waking up my baby." The boy isn't so noisy now.—Chicago Tribune. Destitute. "What be you after now, Samn'l Payson?" inquired a brisk and thrifty Vermont farmer of a shiftless neighbor, who came shuffling across the barnyard one morning with as much of a business-like air as he was able to assume. "I jest wanted t' know," replied the amiable Sainu'l. with his usual vacillating smile, "I'm tryin't' fix th' place up a little, 'gainst some vis'tors we've got comin', an' I jest wanted t' know if BO be't yon e'd give me an empty barr"! o' flour t' make a hen-coop, t' put a pig in; for I aint got nothin' at all t' put nothln' at all!"—Youth's Companion That's Different. Incorruptible Statesman—I toll you I am not in favor of pools or combinations, sir! Lobbyist—But we intend to take you into this one. Statesman (loftily)—That will make no difference. In a general way I am still opposed to them. If I find, however, on investigation that the enterprise tn which you are about to embark is not in itself contrary to public policy, why, then, of course, (the rest in a whisper).—Chicago Tribune. A Day's Work. • Mrs. Lounger—Such a time as I do have getting the children off to school every morning. Schools begin at nine o'clock you know, and it's dreadfully early to have breakfast. Caller—But doesn't your husband have to get his breakfast before that? Mrs. Lounger—No, indeed. He's an agent of the.Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, and the matinees don't begin till two o'clock you know. —N. Y. Weekly. Fitffhlort Note. Miss Spiteful—How do you do, Mary? I've been trying to catch up with you for the last half hour. I knew you as soon as I set eyes on that bonnet. I've known it as long as 1 can remember. It is such remarks that fill the female heart with bitterness.—Texas SiftingB. Not So Anxious. Smart Boy—Please, ma'am, it was two minutes after nine when you got here, Won we're late you always keeps us after school. Teacher—Very well. You can all stay and keep me ia after school, if you wish. (Smart boy subsides.)—Good News Wuutttd—Art EuTelo«e. Tattered Jim—Oi wants to make a polite request for some cast-off clo' Micky. How should Oi put it? Micky McCallus—Well, yous ortor start out dis way: "I beg to inclose mcsilfl'uek. A Fortune la It. Hurley—So you're going to make a musician of your son Tommy, are you? Uagley—Y'es, indeed. Why, he's got a fortune In that head of hair.—Judge. HOUSEHOLD BREVITIES, —A cheap paint for iron fencing? is made by mixing tar and yellow ochre. It will bo a good green color and la excellent for painting rough woodwork and iron. —Boiled Frosting.—One cofteecup of sugar, five tahlespoonfuls of milk: boll five minutes and when cool, pour over the cake. This makes a clear, soft and Inexpensive frosting.—Detroit Free Press. -To make n splendid cement that will hold together with a wonderful tenacity wood, stone, iron, ivory, leather, porcelain, silk, woolen or cotton, take two parts (by weight) of pitch and one. part of gutta perchu, and melt together in an iron vessel. -Oaten Meal Muffins.—Make a rather stiff batter with a pint of soxvr milk, a tenspoonful of soda, salt, a little sugar and oat-meal flour. See that the soda is thoroughly dissolved in a little water before putting it into the milk, then beat it a few minutes, add the other ingredients, beat well and bake In a good oven in wolt-greased pans or rings. Household Monthly. —Oranges and Apples.—Tho mild, easy-cooking, tart »arletics of apples make an excellent sauee stewed with one third sliced oranges, from which the seeds have been removed. Pare, core, and slice the apples, and cook gently so as to preserve the form of both fruits until the apples arc tender. Add sugar to sweeten, and if desired, a- very little of the grated yellow of the orange rind.—Good Health. —Pap of Grated (''lour.—Take a quarter of a pound of f'rour and pour on just enough wilier to moisten it. Form it into a bull and tie it in a cloth, closoly and (irmly. Put it in a vessel of boiling water and let It boil the whole day. Then t ake it out, dip it in a pan of cold water, remove the cloth, and place It in a enol ifcn to dry, when it will bo fit for use. To make the pap, grate some of this, mix it to a paste with cold milk, and stir it into some boiling milk; boll it slowly ten or fifteen minutes.— ltoston itudget. —A Recipe For Lemon Cheesecake.— Beat to smoothness a quarter of a pound of good butter and one pound of granulated sugar; then add six eggs (leaving out the whites of two) and the grated rind of three lemons, with their juice, put nil into a pan over a moderate Are and stir occasionally. Let it simmer until the sugar Is dissolved and the mixture assumes the consistency ol honey: then pour into pots or jars to cool. It may either be used immediately or covered for future use, and will keep for any length of time. For the pastry make ordinary short or puff paste and bake in small patty pans, af tcrward fillinp: each with the cheesecake.— Ladies' Home Journal. SPRING STYLES. Appropriate Coatumea For the Heaaon ol Flowers. Urneaded coats with Watteau backs arc among the new importations. There is very littlo change In the Bhape of skirts, and the ordinary close- fitting basquo still remains. Full topped sleeves, flttiug comfortably below the elbowB, are still the favorites. For summer dresses, very full sleeves with fitted cuffs will bo preferred for thinner fabrics. The regular leg-o > mutton sleeve with modifications will prevail for costumes ol all sorts. A spring suit of fine camel's hair has a slightly trained skirt and a waist which is made with a yoke, from which straight widths fall one-third the length of the skirt. This fullness is shirred into a belt about two Inches wide. The shirring is covered by a very rich b .-Jt of gold filigree. Tho collar, deep enffs, the edge of the basque-skirt and tin 1 hem of the skirt are finished with passementerie, In which there is a large admixture of gold. There is a decided fancy just now for natty, pretty black or colored waists. They are made of .cloth, silk, or velvet, and are worn with skirts of black silk, camel's hair, or, Indeed, any other popular black fabric. These waists are of all suits; from the simple and be- conuii}.' blouse, which may be worn by misses .ind young ladies, to the more elaborate velvet or brocaded dress-coat, suitable for the matron, or the lady of advanced years. Dlngoltvtlou Notice, The Una of A. E. Vaughn & Co., composed Vaughn and Jno. A. King, Is thi« flay of A. i'.. v augna anaauo. A. tving, is thl« flay dissolved by mutual consent. Jno. A. King retiring, and A. E. Vaughn continuing the business. itHsumlng all liabilities and collecting all accounts. A. E. VAUOIIN. JNO . A. Kmc. April 31.181)2., Legal Notice. Plrat Publication. April 25,181)^. To 11. V. Hoadlcy, H. M. Deardsley, 11. C. Gilbert. The Jurvfs-Conklln Mortgage Trust comiKiny. Jarvls, Conklln fitCompany: You ;tnd each of you will take notice that The ISristol Savings Dank, as plaintiff, has heretofore tiled its petition la the district court within and for the county of Heno and state of Kansas, against H. I*. Haadtey, H. M. Bc.irduley, H. C. Gilbert, The Western Investment company of the county of Kingman, ivaij-sas, The Jarvis-Conkiln Mortgage Trust compaml, Jarvls, Conklln & Company, The Muscatine Mortgage and Trust company, John T. Easley, L. L. Jackson and Laura II. Jackson, his wife, as defendants, and that you and each of you mustauHWer sald ii 'UUon on orljefore the 8th day of June. I Ktfi;. or said petition will be taken as true, .mil aiudgmeut rendered accordingly agati .'t each and all Hie defendants, vacat ing;ami setting aside, as against the said Bristol Savings Bank, the certain Judgment rendered In and by said court on or about the i :Jtli day of September, 188U, in an action iiemllng in said court wherein Bald II 1\ Hoadley waspiulntlfl and William J. Uuweu, The :Bristol Savings Bank, and others, were defendants; also the certain other judgment of said court in the Hame action rendered on or about the .'loth day of September, 1H00, said judgments being for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage given by one William J. Uowen and wlte to J arvls Conklln &, Company, upon the real estate described below, and barring and foreclosing the said Bristol Savings bank from all rlghl ind Interest In said premises after sale maile In pursuance of such Judgments-, and a lurther Judgment vacating the sheriff's t -ale made in pursuance of such jirevl- ous J<Mli ;uients. and the sheriff's deed made In pursuance of suclisale to the defendant's Uear >J-ley and Gilbert, and adjudging that the plaintiff, notwithstanding such prior iudginents and sale has a valla and subsisting lieu' in sai't •wit: The -outheast ouarler of section twenty- nine '-1^. township twenty-six i'Ult, range ten (Ho, west of the sixth principal marldlan containing loO acres more or less. Also a further judgment herein determining the amount due upon the said prior mortgage given by William J. IJoweti ami wife to Jarvls, Conk lln and company, and determining the rights and tnter^st of the. several defendants lu said real estate, and that plaintiff be allowed to redeem from such prior morigage, and determining the amount necessary to be paid on such redemption, and that after such payment the said defendants, and each ami all of litem, lie barred and forcloBed of all right, title and Interest, In or to said premises, and for such other and further relief as may be Just and equitable. wmTKSlos&GUMSOH, E. A. MCM/.TK, Attorneye for Plaintiff. A TTEST : P. P. APAKS, Clerk of District Court m-3t CASTOR IA for Infant* and Children. "toiBvaaarlas! wima aaAivert to I noa*Taa*aad It ss superior to say prawsrlfstsa vsoTrBaoms." II. A. Aaona, K. IX, IU Ss. Osfbrd St, Bro*k)rB, K T. "The me of'Caetoria* Ml sossrfSVMl sad Its merits so well known that, it stems a work ot romterogmtion to endorse It raw are the IntelUfsat flroUlM vhotoarAUSp CastorlS withiLewreaotL' > GaanVOS BUwTTW, D. It- New York City, fatlat fvastor SWosBivardsJs Reformed Church. B<iBrSsoma^Pa>nao»,aVuMa«ioa, Kins Worms, (ires saaasy, sad pressal Witiost tltiariotaf BaaaaowavSS, * Tar ssTersa sasn I hsv» rseomn jroar' Csstoria,* sad shall alwsy/s eonti do so ss llbss Utatisblyprcrtuced bss results." jKwmr .rAawmttt*, * Ths wTnshrop," 12fita BtrssS ssst Tea Asm. ISS*T*S*CBS* VarafTsnrrarm Oaernirr, It KDSBUT WISSST. HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yatds have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson — five roads. AS A STOOKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Itest distributing point in the west. All parties wanting stockers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BEHJ. W, LAPP, General Manager. COMPANY orage Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one fn the city having the necessary articles for the moving of heavv goods at* fe 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 Goods without the least Injury. If -you want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone elftd and Bave yon money. , Storage Department. We have the largest brick store room in tho city for Btoring goods. Parties leaving the city can hasre their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee our work to bo first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price Is all we ask and a trial will convince you that we oro the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move them and take all the nickel parts off, oil them, v/rnp them In paper, oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store them for the season for the small sum of S2.r,0, the season ending December 1, 1893. 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 give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, M anager, Office and Barn, Second Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. i by virtue of Its mortgage set forth petition on tile said real estate, to- John Donnelly. Wholesale Lipr Dealer Handles WINE BEER & WHISKEY Kansas and Farnilv TRADE . a Specialty Write for catalogue. 429 Delaware Street, Kansas City, Mo.
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