The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 10, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 10, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 3892. 3. CLAIRETTI R K.FAIRBANK&CO. ST. LOUIS. if^ou. wish to mate defies as white as the sun And finish your wlc as sod as begun. CIAIRETTE SOAP is Ifielhin^ that Will do it r Aid hmnq once it you mm will rue it. SYMPATHY. R OCK i--*-. \AI l \ f: (0., V ERY '.' / P UR ' y full Hutchinson, Kansas, The only manufacturers of • \> '•: v. West of Now York. Guaranteed not to Harden in any Climate. OTJIR. .WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to either?, tho 'Ashton or Biggins im ported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agree with us. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Aak^your grocer for it. It will suit you, f &JHAfct UNACQUAINTED WITH THE QEOGIUFHV OF THI8 COUNTRY WILL OBTAIN HUGH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS HAP OF THE Claiio,MIslaiiil& Pacific Ry„ The Direct Route to and from CHICAGO, BOCC ISLAND. 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J Generative Organs In ——- either sex, causeu by over-exertion, youthful indiscretions, or the excessive ose of tobacco, opium, or sUniulants, which ultimately kad to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put up In convenient form to carry In the vest pocket. Price •taimcksifcoroforlM. wltheverytSonlerwegtves —Itten auarantoe to cure or refund the Sent by mall to any address. Circular free In convenient form to carl llapacki written G °u\fuenv«lo"p«.' MVoUoVTiuVpaper7 Address, HJUMIO CHEMKMl GO.. Branch O** for U, a A. *» Daatbora Street, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALS IN HUTCHINSON KAS BV A. J. Baumhardl, Druggist, ewe 4oot Banket In 1834, when I was yet a youngstet beforo the maBt, I took a trip to Tarn- pico in a little trading Bchoonor called The Ella, commanded by a jolly skippei from Florida, ono Nat Martin, a dark skinned Spanish Creole, who, "for short," was always called by his friends 'Nig." The schooner generally carried out her dry goods and provisions on hoi owner 's account, but I always had au idea that she "tonned" more than hoi register made her responsible for. We wero only nino days on our run from New York out to the mouth ot Tampico river, and about noon on the tenth day we strotched in over the bai with a leading wind that would easily have carried us with a flowing sheet up to the town, which was nearly twelve miles above; but, for reasons best known to himself, the captain anchored as soon as we passed tho fort and rounded Point Tampico, just above and out of the teeth of its guns. The revenue boat from the guardn coata came on board before our sails were furled, and the custom house offl cers overhauled our papers and manifest. They seemed a little suspicions, and one of the officers was left on board to watch us, while tho rest went on board their own craft, which lay nearly half a mile farther down the river, under tl guns of tho fort. As soon as dinner wns ready the captain invited the revenue officer down in tho cabin to dine with him, and as they went below tho former winked his large, laughing blue eyes at the mate, and 1 knew well there was fun in the wind. As soon as tho captain and Mexican had got below, tho mate slipped into the small boat and sculled ashore. In tho meantime, I could tell by the lively voices in tho cabin that the officer and captain wore getting along vory well to gethor, and once in awhile the tinkle of meeting glasses and a jolly song spoke of a "spirit potential" that was playing upon the hearts and senseB of both parties. At last, a little after dark, with a real Havana in each of their mouths, they came on deck, the Bkipper and the watcher. Both were decidedly and equivocally drunk, if ono might judge from their walk and conversation; but 1 could seo at a single glance that the captain was shamming, although the "spir itual reality" was visible in the Mexican. Ho scorned, however, to retain some notions of his duty and to know that, as night was over ns, if we intended 1 to smuggle it was neceBsary for him to keep his eyes open. So he seated himself on the taffrail with an air of drunken dignity, and as he hummed a Spanish barcaarolle, kept watch over tho move ments of the crew about the deck, glancing now and then up and down tho still river. As the night advanced 1 saw that Captain Martin began to look uneasy and anxious, although he pretended to be even more drunk than his guest and spy- At last, when it was near midnight, tho Mexican became less frequent in his snatches of song, and the "liquor drowse" seemed to be coming over him. Captain Martin now lay down beside tho Mexican and pretended to fall into a sound sleep, attesting the same by a long, loud and regular snoring. Tliis threw the Mexican completely off his guard, and wrapping his watch coat closer around him he followed suit, and then the twain seemed to be trying which could snoro tho loudest. When the Senor Mexicana had got fairly under headway tho captain arose lightly from tho deck, and passing forward took the lantern from tho binnacle and held it for a minute over tho bows. Presently I saw several dark objects coming out from undor tho shadow of the land, and in a few moments more six largo native canoes were alongside of us. In the first one that boarded us was the mate and a merchant, whom 1 well knew to belong to one of the first houses in Tampico. The boat came noiselessly alongside and their crew crept stealthily on board. Without a sound the hatches wero raised and package after package of rich dry goods was passed up from the hold and over the Bide into the boats by the tawny, half naked rascals. The boats were nearly all loaded when 1, who had been placed to keep watch ovor tho sleeping revenue officer, saw him open his eyes, aud before I conld move or speak he saw and comprehended all that was going on. Springing to hisfeet he shouted: "Quarda costa—contrabandistal" One bound from where he stood by tho main hatchway to the taffrail and our captain was by tho side of tho officer with his brawny hands encircling the windpipe from which proceeded so mucn noise. The Mexican triod to draw his sword, and struggled manfully to get free from tho choking grip, but Captain Martin knew that the entire loss of his vessel and cargo would follow detection, and he was not disposed to trifle. Raising the Mexican, in spite of his kicks and wri things, ho coolly pitched him overboard. It was quite dark, and as the tide was ebbing swiftly downward he passed out of sight instantly, but for minutes wo coald hear him splashing and gurgling in tho water and trying to shout. Then all was still again. We knew not whether he had sunk or gained the shore, DOT , to tell the troth, did we care much. 'Bear a hand, boyat" said the captain; • 'tumble in these packages: got the rest of the goods into the boats and lot them get ashore. If that dago has not drnnk too much water, he may give ns some trouble abont this matter yet." In a fow moments the last package to be smuggled was passed into tho boats, tho "patron whjjhad made th *j purchase counted out tho pay in doubloons, the canoes pushed off and soon vanished up the river. In a few moments our hatches Wero replaced, tho deck cleared up its before and the crow retired to their berths with orders to bo sound asleep and not to wake up on any account. All this was scarcely arranged, when the dash of oars coming hastily up the river was heard, and in another inoi.-mia an armed boat from the guardn costs! was alongside. At tho first sound ol Hie approaching boat Captain Martin liml laid down where ho first pretended in go to slcop and he was now snoriuu louder than ever. Even the curt-en many, lond and deep, of the .Mexicans failed to aronso him from his deeps-lumber. The officor who had been thrown overboard, still dripping from hiB involuntary bath, rushed aft and with no gentle means triod to arouse tho sleeper At last he yawned and scratched liix head and coolly asked what was the matter and what was wanted. Then came a scone) All tho Mexicans, cursing and swearing and threatening and carradooing at once, pointing to the officer who had been taking a midnight swim all alone to himself, who, with a voice louder than all tho rest, swore that he would Hav'c drowned if St. Antonio hadn't made tho sentinel hear his voice aboard the gtiarda costa and caused them to send him a boat. Tho captain could not bo made to understand what was tho matter, and when ho was charged with having thrown tho revenue officer overboard and with having smuggled boats alongside, he raised his hands in holy horror toward the stars and indignantly replied: "It's all a contrived lie. Why," said he to the other officers of tho guarda costa, "that gentleman dined with mo: we drank pretty freely, and then cam© np from the cabin, when both of us lay down here to sleep. I did not wake up until now; he must have been dreaming and have fallen overboard in his sleep! You all saw that I was sound asleep when you came aboard, how then conld I have thrown him overboard? The idea is absurd, nonsensical, the whole story improbable—yes, impossible—see, my hatches are all battened down, just as they were when you were on board whon 1 came in from sea today; nothing lias been moved; my crew are all asleep. He must have been dreaming, and while he dreamed of smugglers aud the like of such he must havo fallen overboard. Ho knows ury well that he was 'as drunk as a lord.'" Tho story of tho captain was well conceived, and told with better effect among all tho revenue officers, save tho victim himself, who called upon every saint in tbe calendar to come down and swear that his story was true. But the perfect order and quietudo of our vessel; the. crew all sound asleep; the hatches all battened down, just as they wero in the morning; the honest indignation of our sleepy captain, aud tho acknowledgment of tho victim that he had been vory drunk, compared badly with his own story, aud tho yarn of Captain Mar tin was believed. The soaked official was taken back to his own vessel, to bo tried and punished for sleeping on his watch, while another officer was left in bis place to keop us from smuggling When daylight camo wo weighed an chor and sailed up to the town, where wo honestly discharged the cargo per manifest, paying honorably all' charges and duties thereon.—Ned Buntlino in New York News. A Call for Pearline brings the best washing compound in the world, and the original onfj—all others are imitations. 1 1 costs n o more than common soap. It does more than soap's work, and half of your own besides. Anythingthat needs cleaning can be washed with it—without scouring, rubbing and scrubbing, and with absolute safety. Make its acquaintance ; millions of women call it their best friend. Every grocer keeps it, because he has constant calls for it. Beware thing in place of Pearline, dot Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yo is as good as " or " the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE- this Pearline is never peddled, and if your grocer sends you some do the honest thins— ttnJ it tatk. ,u JAMBS PYLE. New York 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 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 furbished upon Application. BENJ. W. LAPP, General Manager. The Way to Save. "Tho way to get rich is to save money by regular system," said the president of a savings bank to tho writer. "One of our depositors early in the existence of this institution was a newsboy. He sold papers on Pennsylvania avenue. Every day ho camo in and deposited twenty-fivo cents. Ho never missed day when the bank was open, and after awhile ho had accumulated over a thousand dollars. Ho drew out the cash and bought a piece of land with it. Now he is a well to do citizen. "Tho difficult thing with most people is to make the first start in saving. After ono has got together a few dollars in a reserve fund an appetite for occumu lation is acquired. It becomes an object in life to put somothing aside, which represents an insurance against misfortune. People in this country are not much given to saving compared to Europeans. They usually live up to the last penny of their incomes or junt a little beyond. This u cortainly very unfortunate. In case of loss of employment suffering for the wage earner and bis family is apt to follow."—Washington Star. Horseshoes Without Nails. The tests that havo been made by a fctrect car company of Paris of a new form of uailleas horseshoes have been so 8ucces6f ul that the company has decided to employ this shoe exclusively in tho future. Tho new shoe iB made of Bessemer steel, and in appearanco is similar to the ordinary iron shoe, except that has a bent lever that attaches itself half way up the rear of the hoof without in any way compressing it. A clamp incloses the hoof, parting tho two heols of tho shoe, and is supported on tho top of the lever, which wholly Bustaius it, and thereby prevents com pression of any part of tbe hoof. Tho shoe is also fitted with three small in terior clamps, which penetrate the horn of the hoof and prevent displacement of the shoo without tho preliminary raising of the clamp. A number of private turns in Paris have also tested the shoe with success. It is considered by many that this form of shoo will sooner or later revolutionize the farrier's industry. —Philadelphia Record. No More Mad Men After This. A herb is said to have been discovered In Yueatuu which is a specific for IsV ismnity.—New York Journal. CAMMON THE BABRER SALT BATHS, HOT OR COLD No. 20 North Main St. Open on Sunday 12 O'clock. COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move n 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 or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of the city at reasonable rat«s. 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 household goods we can do it better for you than anyone elsd and save y money. or you Storage Department. We have the largest brick store room in tho city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can ha#e 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 Is 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 tho nickel parts off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap H in paper and store them for the season for the small sum of $2.50, the season ending December 1, 1892. 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. 0ZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS

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