The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 28, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THUKSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892, 3 iriD remember sone 6 Hl R Kei 'yf> MURr WE BUY ? Some: bej\Ns ArtD 50 M e B <\W -EY. S °M£ RICE J\ND BU"T NCV£R MIND 1K05E IFYoUU OMY BE 5UR£ TOUGHEST Ainu,.. I OF MANKIND* MAKE If: -^c ALL GROCERS KEEP.IT: -^c EVERY HOUSEWIFE WANTS IT. ^ Hutchinson, Kansas, The only manufacturers of iry (I Table Salt West of New York. Guaranteed, not to Harden in any Climate. OUR. BRANDS: WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, V' NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. W •. SJSWe guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to eithen the ported salt in evory respect. Give it a trial and you with us. Ashton or Higgins im- will ceretainly agree R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, tnUOQUAINTEDWITH THE OEOORAPIir OF THIS COUNTM WILL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE Ciiicap, Bock Islarni & Pacific Ry., Th« Direct Kouto to and from CHICAGO, BOOK ISLAND. DAVliKPORT, SES MOINES. COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA, LINCOLN, WATERTOWN, SIOUX FALLS, MIJINEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY. TOPEKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, and PUEBLO. Free Reclining Chair Can to and from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and , DODGE CITY, and Palaca Sleeping Cars between 'jjCmCAGO, WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Through Coacbea, Sleepers, Free Reclining Qui nnd^IalDB Cars dully between CHICAGO, MOINES. COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA and L1N- Chilr DBS COLN, and between CHICAGO and DENVEB, COIX>RAOO SPRINGS and PUEBLO vlftSt JoMpb or Kansas City and Topeka. Excursions dally, with Choice of Routes to and from Salt Lake, Portland, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Direct Line to and from Pike's Peak, Manltou, Garden of the Gods, the Sanitariums, and Scenic Grandaurs of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, . Fast Eipress Trains dally between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul, with THROUGH Reclining Cbatf Cars FREE, to and from those points and Kan- ,lty. Through Chair Car and Sleeper between '-.Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls via Rock Island. /Wj ^cfWirlte Line to Watertown, Sioux Falls, the ™"~er Resorts and Hunting and Flailing Grounds of ,jrthweit. _ ' Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired infcrmutlon apply to nny Coupon Ticket Office, or address K.ST. JOHN, JOHN 8EBASTIAN, Gaol Manager, Gen'l Tat 4 Pan. Agt, CHICAGO. ILL. CURE YOURSELF! J ijliiet^Vlutff.Spcrraatorrhcesa for auy unnatural (HBchargeask 1 •youra drn^hi fur u bottlo of • BiK H curcu in ft few days IwIifKuttlhcr.ld or publicity of a 8 doctor, lion-poisonous and lymirniilecd not to btrlcture. 1 Tho Universal American Cure. Mimufacturcd by t . Tho Evans Chemical Co., *" CINCINNATI, o. u.e. A. 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"8ANATIVO," the Wonderful Spanish itemeily, iti Bold villi a Written Guarantee to cure alt Netvous Uis- eases, sucli 03 Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakerulnesa, Lost Manhood, Mervousness, Law* Bttuuo, all drains and losi of power of the Ceneratlvo Organs In either sex, coined by over-exertion, youthful Indiscretions, or the excessive ate of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption and IiiHunlly. Tut up In convenient form to carry In the Teat pocket. Price |1 a package, or 0 for ti. With every »5 order we give a written guarantee to cure or refund the E oner. sept by mall lo any address. Circular free plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for U. S. A. . lot Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS B V ' A. J. Bausshardt, Drags!*;, one etoor aorta of Santa P. Hotel ncr«<!lhia Stories of Apache Kn- ilurunce mid ('mining. The Apaches nro, unquestionably, the most dreaded tribe of Indians on this continent. They lire tougher, more enduring, mul more unfoniinernble than any other of their race. An Apache can lope up the side of a mountain with the thermometer marking l'JO degrees, and when he reaches the top he won't show an extra drop of perspiration, nor will he breathe it whit faster than when ho started, lie will go for days without a morsel of food or a drop of water; he will live on snakes, mice, und refuse, or if the worse comes to the worse he will shoot his horsu and cat what lie wants of him raw. Set out to pursue a band of Apache raiders, and if they are hard pressed they will separate, each one! lor himself, so that the only way to keep up the pursuit is to follow them individually, in which ease the Apacho is sure to have the best end of the contract. When the hunt is over the dusky miscreants will como together at some point twenty or thirty miles away. There were twenty-five of us cavalrymen, returning from one of our fruitless pursuits of the terrible (ieronimo. Our horses were worn out anil so wero we. It was one of the hottest days I have ever known in that throbbing" furnace of a country. We bad several miles of baked alkali plain still before reaching the fort, where we could secure shade and water, and what we needed most of all else—rest. Whew! but it was hot. Had not the air been perfectly dry neither man nor beast could have stood it. The. metal work on our guns was so heated that no one could bear to touch it with the naked hand. The air shimmered and throbbed as it does over it newly plowed field at noontide of a summer day. North, east, smith and west was ono level stretch of plain, on which not a tree, shrub, or even a blade of grass grew. Far to the westward could be seen the outlines of the fort, oddly distort, through tlie quivering atmosphere, but in every other direction was the naked, burning desert. We wero strung along for a distance of several hundred yards. In fact, there was a squad of five horsemen much further than that to the rear. All tho animals were plodding slowly through the sand, which it seemed to mo was hot enough to roast eggs, th.iir heads drooping, while we were simply enduring it, grimly closing our teeth, holding out to reach the post. Was there anythiug to bo apprehended from tleronimo? Could we old campaigners be entrapped? Low, level sand on every hand. Well, right there in the midst of that flaming plain, with its horrible sandy waste in which no spear of grass could find root, that frightful chieftain and his Apaches ambuscaded us. It sounds incredible, but it is the fact. Suddenly I heard ride firing at the rear. It had a dull, odd sound, but was close at hand, and as I' turned in the saddle I saw that the squad furthest away was engaged in a desperate fight with a party of Indians, who were on foot, shooting, striking, and darting hither and thither like so many demons. We instantly wheeled and hurried back as fast as we could to the help of our comrades, but before we could reach them three saddles were emptied, and Geronimo and his warriors were scurrj'ing across the plains at a speed greater than any to which we could force our exhausted ponies, who sunk to their fetlocks at every step. Wo gave them a parting volley, which wounded several, but they managed to limp off with the help of the others, und all were soon out of danger. I don't know how far they travelled off over that burning desolation, but it may have been many miles, for they wero capable ^of doing it if they chose. Those Apaches must have discovered our approach while wc were a good way off. Knowing we were on our return to the post, they could easily calculate where we would pass. They then burrowed in the sand, covering themselves entirely with the blistering particles so that only their snake-like eyes peered forth. Thus we passed within a few rods of thein without suspecting their presence. In conversation with (Jen. Crook about the extraordinary incident the old campaigner smiled and said: "I am not surprised. I have seen them do the same thing myself; but the Apache, is the only Indian that can do it."—Minneapolis Tribune. A Slllt Wrapper. The silk Japanese wrapper is not at the head of the wrapper list. It is made of Japanese silk, which is firmer in texture than China silk, and a thin layer of wadding, plentifully sprinkled with sachet powder, is quilted between the lining and tho outside. It is embroidered up and down the front and on tho long sleeves. A silken cord a'nd tassels tics urouud the waist, and long, deep pockets are in cither side. Pointed, heelless Turkish slippers, are worn with this wrapper, and to be thoroughly consistent the hair should be done in high bow-knots inclined toward tho front Kimono is the name, by which this garment is known in its own home, and it has a quaint, jingle that endears it to every feminine heart almost as much as the garment itself, and if there' is one thing a girl will never bo without after ono experience it is this soft, warm, light, becoming garment.—N. Y. Press. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. —The most accomplished negro voodoo in the United States lives near the small creek of liooseneck, in the Indian territory, forty miles from the Kansas line, llis house is alive with snakes and rats, and is adorned with l>onc-s and skulls. —While a young man was sitting in a San Francisco theater the other night a wandering rat sought refuge under his coat-tails, lie tvas unaware of its presence until, reaching (or something from his hip pocket, la; watt severely bitten In the hand. —A citizen of l're.seott, Ariz... the Chicago Tribune reports, had asthma for Bix years, during wi.ich time he was never able to sleep at night except ln*o sitting posture, lie took the grip some weeks ago and when he recovered hie) asthma was gone. —A Michigan man removed *$!)() in bills from a letter and inadvertently threw them into the. stove Instead of tile envelope as he had intended. Tho nature of the mistake dawned upon hira in time to enable him by quick motions t., , V.N .-lie a jmrt.of the money. —Victoria has decided that all profits which niiiy In- realized by the sale of the facsimile of her letter to the nation, on the oirensiou of the death of the duke of Clarence and Avondale, shall bo given to the Gordon boys" home and to such other charities as she. may direct. —King Humbert, of Italy, has been playing the part of an amateur fireman, as the duke of .Sutherland once used to do in London. The king attended tho Dnruing of a large flour warehouse, and was uproariously cheered by the. populace, when owing greatly to his majesty's exertions the fire was extinguished. —The hue llr. (leorge Kingsley was the last survivor of the distinguished trio of brothers, of whom Charles Kingsley was the best known to the outer world, lie was a man of extensive scientific attainments, nn able physician, and n brilliant wit. He had his reverend brother's insatiable love of traveling. —The late Rev. Mr. Spurgeon suffered from the. gout, and lie was very heavy. In his later years it became uncomfortable for him to ascend long nights of stairs. At the time of his death an elevator was by which he was to be elevated to the pulpit without the fatigue of walking upstairs. His people intended to save him from the discomfort of reaching his pulpit in a breathless condition. —Dr. Johnson, when Mrs. Macauhiy advocated similar measures, silenced lier hy Naying: "Madam, I am now I K? come a convert to your way of thinking. I am convinced that all mankind are upon an equal footing, and to give you an unquestionable proof, madam, that I am in earnest, here is a very sensible, civil, well-behaved fellow-citizen—your footman: 1 desire that he. may be allowed to sit down and dine witlt us." —Capt. llottego, of the. Nineteenth artillery regiment of the Italian army, mtwlc a wager recently that he could ride, twi miles in twenty-four hours without leaving tho saddle except to change horses. He mounted at 11:45 on Saturday evening und at 11:50 on the following evening had covered 170 miles. On Monday morning lie was at drill as usual, lie changed horses fivo times during his ride and lost thereby thirty minutes. During twenty-one hours ho rode at a trot. "A LITTLE NONSENSE." —Offspring—"Ma, what makes pa so cross to-day?" Mother—"He's writing a poem on the beauties of paternal love."—Koston Transcript. —Physician—"Icalled to collect those bills which I sent you." Mr. .Squills— "You are perfectly welcome to them, doctor. Here they are, all in one packet.'' —The Woman's Way.—Friend—"Do you permit your wife to have her own way?".' Husband (positively)—"No, sir. She IIIIH it without my permission."— Detroit I'Yce Press. —"You don't know yet how she feels towan! you'.'" "No, but I'm going to make her show her hand." "How?" "I shall present her with a diamond ring."—N. V. Press. "Ah." mused Mr. Hungry Higgins, as the "charitable officer" steered him toward the city woodyard, "I have once more struck the popular • cord."— Indianapolis Journal. —Tommy—"What is the difference between a sin and a crime, paw?" Mr figg—' Well, to steal a million dollars is a sin; to steal ten dollars is a crimo." —Indianapolis .Journal. —Didn't Work.—A—"Excuse, rue, dear friend, 1 am momentarily a little embarrassed, and —" li—"You hicky man! 1 have b.'en greatly embarrassed for a hiiiir time."—Pliegende Blatter. IMifHolntlon Notice. The 11 rm of A. 15. Vaughn & Co., composed of A. K. Vaughn andJno. A. King, Is thin day dissolved by mutual consent, Jno. A. King retiring, and A. E. Vaughn continuing the business, assuming all liabilities and collecting all aixirantii. A. K. V AUOHN. J NO . A. K INO. April 'M. lWW .i Legal Notice. First 1'ubllcatlon, April 25, inu::. To II. i'. Hoadley, II. II. Heardsley, H. C. Gilbert The Jarvfs-Conklin Mortgage Trust company. Jarvin, Conklin ^Company: You ami each of you will take notice that The Bristol Savings Bank, as plaintiff, has heretoii'i'i.' hied its petition In the district court within and for the county of Iteno and state of Kansas, against II. If Hoadley. II. M. Bear.lsley, H. C. Gilbert, The Western Investment company of the county of Kingman, Kiiasas. The Jarvls-Conklln Mortgage Trust ("inp;uid, Jarvls, Conklin & Company, The Mii -caline Mortgage and Trust company, .folin T. Easley, L. L. Jackson and Laura n Jackson, his wife, ain defendants, and that vou and each of you must answer said p< titlon on or before the 8th day of June, is!*:.', or Bald petition will be taken as true, mul aludgment rendered accordingly against earn and all the defendants, vacating anil setting aside, as against the said Bristol savings Bank, the certain Judgment rendered in and by said court on or about the lluti day of September, 18HU, lu an action pending in said court wherein said H 1' Huadley was plaintiff and William J. Bmifii. The Bristol Savings Bank, and others, were defendants; also the certain other judgment ot said court In the same action rendered on or about the :10th day of September, 18(10, said Judgments being for the foi-elosure of a certain mortgage given by one William J. Huwen and wife to Jarvls Conklin & Company, upon the real estate described below, and barring and foreclosing the ^ild llrlstol Savings bank from all right and Interest in said premises after sale ui .eie In pursuance of such Judgments; and a i ';ither Judgment vacating the sheriff's sa:e made In pursuance of such previous Ju.!;;Mieuts, and the sheriff's deed made in pur- i .oice of such sale to the defendant's Beard-and Gilbert, and adjudging that the pi tintitf. notwithstanding such prior Judgm- nts. and sale has a valid and snbslst- nglle;; by virtue of its mortgage set fortli ' petition on the said real estate, to- in said wit: The nine ,. ten (li CASTORIA ror Infants and Children* ImwtJla/lajjtedtochlklrathe* i »i. j. — TijrTirrl|rHini *»ow»tora»." n. A. Aacirxa, It D„ 111 8*. Oxford Bl, Broetlym, K. T. ""The use of' CaaVirta * li ee •mrvfna) end <ta merits BO well known that It seems a work of supererogation to esdoree it. few am the intelligent famhlea who do eot keep CaatorU wltrnXeeWyreewh." CaitToa Haamr, D. D., New York City, lata itMlnr IPl Reformed Churok. Ce>«tori» cure* Oorsa, Obeiawt^ekva, B OUT 8 to mac*. DUrrhcM, Brucuuioa- KJIle Worm*, glvea steep, aad pttmmm <* •Wit6oSlS)nrloo» medlrllee. "for Mvenu yean I here reeomn your 1 Caatoii*. * and shall always conttnu do so as it baa untiably produced 1 -~~ rBsulta, M itDwnt r. Ptnaa, U. D, • lb* wtathroj>."J!Bt» Street aaet Tt* At*, awwTerkOkty Tarn Csnrratra Oswivrr, n Moasuw •stwTd nviuiiinvun wiuun innuu uuij 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 STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Host distributing point in the west. All parties wantiug stockers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BEN J, W. LAPP, General Manager, Hutchinson Transfer k Storage COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one In tha city having the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods We Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any purt of the city at reasonable rates. Years of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household floods without the least injury. If you want to move your office or household goods wc can do it better for you than anyone elad and save you money. Storage Department. We have tho largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can hawe their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. Tills is one of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price lb all we ask and a trial will convince you that we are the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move them anil take all the utckel 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 6!I.T>(1, the season ending December I, 1802. 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, Manager, Office and Barn, Second Ave, Eaat. Telephone No. 19. thcurtt quarter of section twenty , townsiniJ twenty .six runt;*; WV.HX of tlK'nixthijrlnc!;:al marliliaa cuntaJiiiiiK I* 10 acriiti morcor \VAH. A two i further judgment herein iletermln- h»K the amount due upon the HUM i»r!or mortgage, given by William J. and wife to Jai'vi», Conklin ami company, ami determining ttoeriylii* ami Interval of the neveral defendant-. Ui r.;lid real estate, and that plain- till be allowed to redeem from rfuch prior inorttf.*ne. and determining the amount necess.irv to ne paid on such redemption, and th 'tt 'afu'r such payment the «aid dc- fendant", and each and all of them, be barred and forclosed of all right, title and Interest, in or to&aid i>remlrJt:>*, and for uuch other and further relief an may be Juat and equitable. WHITESIDR & GIJCAIION, R. A. MOMATII, Attorneys for Plaintiff. ATTEHT: P. H. ADAM),, Clerk of District Court. ra-nt Jcln Donnelly. Wholesale Liquor Dealer Handles WINE BEER A WHISKEY Kansas mid Familv a Specialty Write for catalogue. 429 Delaware iStreet, Kansas City, Mo.

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