The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 11, 1892 · Page 3
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11,1892. 3 CASTORIA » " : - • There 'sT&,lcs of violets, Banks of "l os *» Arjd bwiK* w^ere m-HM* %™P*'* And bajjKs t^k handle S°» d «l cc 2 nc ' CT Bui FA1RBANK make»THE BEST SOAP. ! ^ !! ^CLmTTESo^ ^^ C ° L UCK I— \ V E RV ji f P. Hutchinson, Kansas, The only manufacturers of I'll r ifted Dairy I West of New York. Guaranteed not to. Harden in any Climate. 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 agree with us. R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask^your grocer for it. It will suit you, UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CE0GHAPH* OF THIS COUNTRY Will OBTAIN WUOH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS IIAP OF THE Hon M Unit Pacific By., The Direct Route to and from CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND, DAVENPORT, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA. LINCOLN, WATEBTOWN, SIOUX FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVENWOBTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPEKA DKNVEB, COLOKABO SPBINQS, V and PUEBLO. Free Reclining Chair Cam to and from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and PODGE 'CITY, and Palace Sleeping Can between CHICAGO, WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Through Coacbee, Sleepers, Free Reclining Cbalr Cara and Dining Cars dully between CHICAGO, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA and LIN. COLN. and between CHICAGO and DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO via St, Joseph, or Kansas City and Topeka. Excursions dally, with Choice of Routes to ana from Salt Lake, Portland, Los AngetesandSan Francisco. The Direct Line toand from Pike's Peak, Manitou, Garden of the Gods, the Sanitariums, and Scenlo Grandeurs uf Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Wast Express Trains dell; between Chicago and V-Jtilioapotls am! Bt. Paul, with THROUGH Reclining V<»lr Cars FREE, to and from those points and Kan* ~ MCtiy. Through Chair Cur and Sleeper between Vtorls, Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls via Rock Island. The Favorite Line to Watertown. Sioux Falls, the '' Summer Resorts and Hunting and Fishing Grounds of the Northwest. „ ., For Tickets, MapevFolders, or desired information apply to any Coupon Ticket Office, or address E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN, Gen't Manager, Gen'l Tkt, A Pass. AgU CHICAGO. ILL. "CURB YOURSELF! „ Gleet,IV, ii '.us.:,r »i'rmatorrhooafj r orany uiinu'.iui.l '.tifichargeass;** fyour drui ;<;lsi iwr a bottle of [flljr O. li- euros in u few days wlihnutlhp rM orpubllelty of a doctor. } [ :-ivpoifttmmis and iKuar .inteoil r.ot to wlcture. I The Universal American Cure. Manufactured by i The Evans ObemicaVGo.1 CINCINNATI, O. Bun, Fmmpt, Pofttria Cun for Impound, tot of Htuinood, Stmlnai tmluloni, Swrmatarrkta, Nnmunm, 8ilfOI$tru$t. (oss of Himrji, «Vo. will matt mm n 8TH0M6, Vigor- cm man Prht 91,00, 0 Sosw.fi 00. aooelal DJrtcUont HUM t»/i»«ac»flor. AMnn IslUlflMWlWaMMOl., •attLuooAv*. 3T. LOUIS, • Ha TAR SOAP Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing. Cure* Chapped Hanoi, Wounds, Burns, Etc Bemovee and Prevents Dandruff, WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Watef. A DVICE TO W OHOT If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR 1 CARTBRSVILLE, April 20,1886. This will certify that two members of my Immediate family, after having suffered for years from Menatrual Irregularity, being treated without benefit by physicians, were at length completely cured by one bottle of Bradfleld'* Female Regulator. Its effect Is truly wonderful. J. \v. S TBANOK. Book to " WOMAN " mailed FREE, wiilch contain* valuable Information on all female tllseaica. BRADFtELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA. FOE 8ALJ3 JfY AT>T> lillJJQCtXHXS, MANHOOD RESTORED. "8ANATIVO," tut Wonderful SpanUh ttemedy, I* sold with a Written Guarantee to euro all Nervous Diseases, nuch as Weak Memory, Lou of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness,Lost Manhood, Nervousness, Las* — MTWML _ • flHude. aU drains and DOTOro A After UMJlou of power of the Pbotogrsphcd from life. I Generative Organs in -MMMMMMW J either sex, earned by over-exertion, youthful indiscretions, or the excessive OM of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which Ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption an4 Insanity. Put up Incunveiilentform to carry in the vest pocket, Price 11 a package, or 6 for $o. with every 13 order we rtv« a written guarantee to cure or refund the E ioney. sent by mail to any address. Circular free plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for TJ. 8. A. Sfit Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. ^ FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS B Y A vJ Baumhardt, Druggist, one 4oor north Of SaaU Ft MoteL STATELY BUILDINGS. SPECIMENS OF RECENT ARCHITECTURE IN THE SOUTH AND WEST. A Wonmii Hus bcslfrncri tlio Structure Which Is to Bo Arlmnaas* Headquarters at the World's Fair—The City Halla at Dallas nud Portland. Architecture in tlio United States is a rapidly developing scieuco, mid every new building of any size and pretensions is studied with n national interest. The west and south have an immense advantage in their abundance of room, but in most cases their structures are not of the largest and their appropriations are necessarily limited. New York city, on the other hand, has all the money heart could wish for her new city hall, but the place to put it is a problem—one that agitates all the officials and has excited a long and heated controversy among journalists and politicians. THE ARKANSAS BUILDING. Portland, Or., and Dallas hayo recenti ly distinguished themselves b^erccting elegant city halls, and Arkansas has won fame in another direction by being the only state to have a building at Chicago in 1893 designed by a woman. Miss Jean Loughborough, whose planB for the Arkansas clubhouse were accepted, has been assistant for sometime in the office of Mrs. Potter Palmer, at Chicago, but on the 10th of May she will bo married in Little Bock to Mr. Frank M. Douglass. They will reside permanently in Chicago. She had a native talent for designing buildings, improved it by long study and won the Arkansas committee's approval in a competition with many others. The new city hall at Dallas is plain and massive, rising several stories without exterior ornament. It is just exactly suited to its surroundings, and will have an imposing effect, but in the lower part of New York city such a structure would be outdone by its surroundings. DALLAS CITY HALL. The Portland (Or.) building is a four and one-half story structure, almost square, with a wide but low central tower, and smaller towers at the four corners. It has numerous windows and doors, a feature New York will have to copy, for the utmoBt advantage must be taken of all available room, as there will necessarily be many small offices and many people must use the place daily. Washington city also has tremendous advantages such as are enjoyed by no other large city, least of all by New York, and are scarcely exceeded by the smaller cities in the newest west. Indeed there aro very few cities in the world so admirably arranged for architectural talent to display itself as Washington, and tourists who leave its broad streets, open parks and free outlooks generally and ride direct to New York, landing, as they nearly always do, around the postoffice, complain of a feeling of being at once shut in and shut out. They are much like the rustio in the old comio song who "couldn't see the town for the houses." These facts will give the reador some hint as to the causes of the angry controversy in New York. They simply must have a new city hall, and thero really is no place to put it. City Hall park, that "flatiron" inclosed between Broadway and Park row, with the pres- POBTLAND CITY HALL. ent city hall on the north and the post- offico at the south point, wa6 originally left for the purpose, but as it is the only open space in the heart of business New York it grieves the citizen to think of putting anything in it. Bryant park has advocates, but it is too remote from the law courts. Add that the structure must be \ery magnificent in order to show up -with its neighbors, and that there are millions in it for contractors, and it is plain that the case must be political from start to finish. Hence the "burning question of the hour" with Tammany and anti-Tammany adjuncts. THE LAST REUNION. After Tbla Year the Vtexlean Vetera* Will Meet No More. The last reunion of Mexican war survivors will be held at Chilllcothe, O., May 11. That it will be the last is the opinion of President Jamieson, who is one of the moat active members of the •Mociation. He is president of a bank at Batavia, O., and did mnchloiM^iin; the passage of a law giving Mexicjn. veterans a pension. They or their widow * receive but eight dollars a month only when sixty- two years of ago or over. President Jamieson says, as a reason for holding no more reunions, "Most of the survivors are too old and feeble to travel. They are scattered all over the country. 0EN - °- Mono AN. Many of tliom are over eighty and very few aro under seventy years of age. The youngest wo know of is fifty, and he entered the service as a mere boy. There aro about 10,000 survivors, all told, living in tuo United States. They are dying at the rate of 1,000 each year, so that they will not deplete the treasury vory ranch with snch a small pension. Many of them are in the soldiers' homes. The only surviving general of the war, who held such a command then, is General George W. Morgan, of Mount Vernon, who was famous in the civil war also, and has been congressman and minister to France. General J. W. Denver, for whom Colorado's capital was named, was a regular army officer in the Mexican war, but not a general until the civil war. General Grant came' out a first lieutenant of regulars. At our Chillicotho reunion we will have addresses by General Morgan, General Denver, Cassius M. Clay, General Landers, Major McFadden and others of eminence among the survivors." "Nothings New Under the San." Neither flies, tho summer plague of housekeepers, nor fleas, the all-tho-year pests o£ dogs are particularly suggestivo of gambling, and yet they ore both prominent agents in at least two games of chance, for, according to Fanny Ward, the women of Chili have a curious little game of chance, which is played <by putting a Bmall piece of raw beef on a sheet of fly paper aud watching tho fleas attack it. The player at tho side of the beef first reached by a flea wins the money. Minister Schuyler observed a practice similar to this among the natives of Turkestan, the difference being that the players there made use of lumps of sugar and waited for tho flieB to alight on them. An imiuiin, learned in the law, told Mr. Schuyler that this gambling game, still affected by New Orleans negroes, was of very ancient origin. Perhaps the Vedic worshipers used to sprinkle tho succulent ghi on the ground and watch tho flies alight on it. Clearly thero ia nothing new under the Bun. 'And speaking of the antiquity of things, Dr. Pliene, in a recent lecture before tho British Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts, proved conclusively, as it seemed, that the legends of King Arthur and the Round Table Knights instead of being a' peculiar property of western Europe are really a mere transcript from a part of tho voluminous old Hin­ doo poem, tho "Maha-bharata." Tho likeness is so striking that some oi Tennyson's Arthurian poetry, as road by Dr. l'lieno along with extracts from the Indian epic, seemed nothing nioro than a free translation of it. A Coiuf'ortublu Church. One of the most comfortable places of worship in tho world is tho new Episcopal Church of Zion and St. Timothy in West Fifty-seventh street, New York city. It affords the congregation all the latest devices for comfort. Every seat, says a correspondent, lias a shelf under it for canes, parasols and umbrellas. Opposito each bench, on the back of tho ono in front, hang little plush cushions to be put on the floor and knelt upon, and behind these cushions are racks for the men's hats. The apparatus for boating and ventilating tho church is not in sight, but is very effective. The building is largo and costly, and its walls, which are bare of galleries (except a little ono in an alcovo over tho entrance), aro all finished in rod and brown pressed brick. Its interior walls aro thereforo like tho outer walls of many buildings, and yet the effect is very fine. Auuther Columbus Memorial. Tho World's fair agitation is having the effect of causing innumerable monuments to bo erected to the discovorer of America. A notable one will bo located on the site of his first settlement —at Isabella, in Santo Domingo. A plat of ground has been secured and special concessions obtained from the Dominican government. The location is on the site of tho first church built in tho nowly discovered country, and hero will be erected a bronze statue of Columbus by Alois Buyens, of Ghent, mounted on a pyramid of coral and limestone and pointing with ono hand to a globe, on which is depicted tho first settlement, while with tho other hand extended he returns thanks to God. FrRiine'M Standstill Population. Franco is not increasing in population •ery rapidly. During the last five yearn she has been practically at a standstill, the population having increased only one-lmlf of 1 per cent, since 1887. While the great cities are growing the rural districts are being drawn upon by them, and in some cases to snch an extent ah to interfere seriously with tho supply of farm labor in many section 1 ^ ltallroads of Kurujiu. Gennuny leads all tho countries uf Eurojxj in the number of miles of mil- road in operation. Sho has 24,843 mile.;: France, 21,806; Great Britain nud Ire land, 10,811; Russia, 17,823, and Austria. 15,442 miles. New Zealand flutter In England. There seems to bo no limit to the JK>S- aibilitiesof cold storage. A steamship recently arrived at Liverpool, England, having on board twenty-five tons of butter shipped from New Zealumi. The butter was in excellent condition, nud ita flavor had not been in any way impaired by the long sea trip. for Infanta and Children* '^•••ilaknveOMlar^toehJklnalaal C rrttoisuMDd tt «a superior to aarx _ teowmlome." H. A. Aacmm, K. 111 8* O B *ord Bt, Broakr/m, H. T. "The use of 'Caatorla'as *asa>rfmal and tta merits so well known that It sjatrna, a work ot supererogation to endorse It, raw an the Intelligent fain 111 OS who do not keep Caetoria withlt,«aaTjriwri" Osjoas aUrrnr. D. D., Hew York City. Ma raster Winsaltilsln Betormed Chore*. Osatorte earn, OoUo, CBSssarinskj,, Boor Stomace, DtarrkOMk «nict»Uon, Kill* Worm, (Ires sjaap, and WltawaUaJMloua waiWrssttam, "For sereni fears I hare reoqmiiu mmr' Caatoria,' and shall always contln do so ssjlthsw hiwtsj ^r produced baaa resulta." towmr PaaHsVat-ft. " Tbm Wtethrop," 12*th Street aad Ttk Ai aawTaa* Tin Cmwratra Oearrurr, Tf MctuT I , MnrT* HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard-Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yai ds ii direct connection with all railroads running Into Hutchinson — live roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Host distributing point in the west. All parties wanting stackers and feeders should try this market. Information fur,.ished upon Application. have BENJ, W. LAOO, General Manager. 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 Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being tho only one in the city havlntr the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods We Pay Freight ob 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 thun anyone elsd aud save you money. Storage Department. We have tho largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Partlei leaving the city can hapre their goods packed by n», stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. Wo 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 beBt. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move tlicm and ta.lte. all the nickel part* off, oil them, wrap them in papw oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store them for the season for the wui»" jiim of 82.M), the season ending December 1. 1892. This way of taking care ot stoveMnakes them absolutely rust proof, aud makes a small job for the man who cluanti it. We do not polish stoTes, 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 ANAGEB, Office and Barn, Second Ave, Ea t. Telephone No. 19. 0ZMANLIS ORIENTAL 3EXUAL PILLS

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