The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 24, 1892 · Page 3
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 24, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY !NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1892. if fire* little kilters, soiled fyeir tnJtleip, ^f [d dj<tyt kijov/v/^t to do; "ill a. Wise old friend * CLAIRETTE SOAP 5o true. "Wtyrjfyese little ki^eqs,washed %ir mittens Quickly V ^ialjeci eb^ st&ty. "Y^re as brig!}. M[d soft <xs neir/. C LAIRETTE S OAP -M ADE ONLY BY RKF AIRBANK &C O .—- S T .L CUIS. MUST BE LONELY. Regarded M a ZD HutchinBon, Kansas. The only manufacturers of SIFTED DAM AND TABLE SALT. c West of New York. Guaranteed not to harden in any climate, OTJIR. WESTERN RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. We guarantooour Dairy Salt equal to eitherT, the lAshton or Higgins im ported 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, WttOQMIHTED WITH THE OEOuMPHY OF THIS COUNTRY WIU 06T «m MUSH VALUABLE INFORHATIOM FROM A STUDY OF THIS IMP OF THE LCiiica|o l Bocl[Islanfl& Pacific Ry. The Direct Boute to and from CHICAGO, BOOK ISLAND, DAVKNPOBT, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA. LINCOLN, WATEBTOWN, SIOUX FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH. ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPKKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, and PDEDUI. Free Reclining Cualr Cam to and from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGE CITY, and Palaco Sleeping Con between CHICAGO, WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAMS of Through Coaches, Bteepera, Free Reclining Cbatr Catn and Dining Con dally "-atween CHICAGO, DCS MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA and UX- QQLNj- fi*& _^etween_ C1I10AG0_ and DENVER, KIRKS AD Honest IToanjr Mnn Curiosity. A young mnn fresh from tho country came to New York about a month ago to seek his fortune. Tie had just one hundred dollars in cash left when he found a boarding place and had his modest trunk carried up to his hall bedroom, lining frugal, he deposited ninety-five dollars of this in a savings bank down town. This bank docs a largo business among poor people, and its clerks are not any too polite, probably because they are'badgered all day long by ignorant depositors who are afraid the cashier is going to rnn away if they don't come around every day or two to make sure that their money is there yet. The young man soon discovered that New York is an expensive city to live Five dollars would have lasted a long time for expenses in his native village, but in New Yovk it melted away in his pocket like a snowball. It reminded him of tho Bcotchman who had visited the capital of England to see the sights, and who on his return, endeavoring to describe to his friends the great coBt of living there, said: I had na been in Lunnon five hours when bang went saxpence!" The young Vermontcr not having secured a situation, soon found it necessary to draw from his little fund in the bank. He got into position in the long line of depositors, and when his turn came asked for twelve dollars in small bills. It was hand out to him, and as there wore so many people waiting bo- hind him, he did not stop to count the money till ho got away from the teller's window. He quickly saw that the man had made a mistake. Uoing up to tho window again, he spoke over tue heads of the others and told the clerk he had made an error in counting out the bills. The teller was angry. Flushing and glaring, lie shouted: "Can't you read? See that sign—'Customers must count their tr>">ney before leaving the window, otherwise mistakes will not be recti, fled.'" A little indignant at tho teller's manner, the young man began again: "But the mistake " I make no mistakes," blurted out the angry toller, interrupting the other. "Get out of the way; you're delaying business." But you gave me one dollar too mUohl" yelled the Vermonter, now thoroughly angry. Oh, ah I" gulped the toller. "In that case, of course—Thank you!" and he grabbed tho returned bill. All eyes were fastened on tho young man at once. As ho was going out a garrulous old woman whOBpread an aroma of gin all about her, said to him: "Young man, ain't vou mighty lonely in Now York."—N. Y. Tribune, MARVELS OF SCIENCE. Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing. Cures Chapped. Hands, Wounds, Burns, Etc Bemoves and Prevents Dandruff. WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Watefc Angeles and Ban Francisco, The Direct Line to and from Pike's Peak, Man. toil, Garden of the Gods, the Sanitariums, and Scenic Grandeur a of Colorado. iaThe Albert Lea Route, ii >t Express Trains dally between Chicago and icapolls and St. I'aul.wltb THROUGH Reclining 99 r Oars FREE, to and from thoso point* and Kan< • «u T City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper hetween V peorla. Spirit Lako and Sioux Falls via Ilocklslaud. "^v- The Favorite Line to Watortown, Sioux Falls, the Summer BeaorLs and Hunting and Fishing Grounds of the North nest. For Tickets, Slops, Folders, or desired information apply to any Coupon Ticket Office, or address E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN, Gec'l Manager, Gen'l Tkt, <fc Pass. Agt* CHICAGO. ILL, CURE 'YOURSELF!' Fit troi i hM ir i! h Go norrhoeaT. ruicet,Wlii>i'«.ri;..jrmatorrho9al sornnyimtuir.i.-:.'. ilisclmrgeajk" ii fcwdayi ubllclly of a your urtifcpl .t M a bottle ot Big ii. It ci:r?s ' without tho nhl or n doctor. Non -poiKonous" and (guaranteed not to stricture. \The Universal American Cure. Manufactured by k The Evans Ohemical Co J CINCINNATI, o. .«. A OZMANLIS ORIENTAL Hart, Prompt, Poettln Curt far fmpotsnee, Lost of Manhood, Stmlnal Cmlulon: Sptrmatonhta, Nomutn—t, 8tlf Dlltrutt, lost of Minion, <*o. WIU mailt you a STHOHB, Vigor- out Man. Prlot tl.W, t Bonn, ft 00. Sntolal Olrwtlm Moffat? \uiltk took Box. AMnu IttlMsimlWaatOa., aswLuouAn. •T. LOUIS, • MO. To Young J Mothers \ i Mikes Child Birth Easy. f Shortens Labor, | Lessens Pain, Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. .Boofe to "Slothere" mailed FJtJBJS. BRADFIELD REGULATOR GO. SOLD ATLANTA, O.A. BY ALL, DRUGGISTS. MANHOOD RESTORED. I "OANATiya lATl.l/j" UH Wonderful Spanish ltetnedy, la sold with a Written Guarantee to cure all Nervous Disease*, such as Weak Heinory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakef ulneae, Lost Manhood, Nervousness, Lassitude, all drains and loss of power of the Generative Organs In either eex, caused by over-exertion, youthful lndlscreUons,or the eicessive use of tobacco, opiora, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to InOnnlty, CotutunpUon and Insanity, rut up In convenient form to carry In the vest pocket Price 11 a package, or a for »t>. With every (5 order wejrli written guarantee to cure or refund tho E oneur. Sent by mall to any address. Circular free plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, •MXUD CHEUIQXL 00., Branch OOoe for TJ. 8. A. MS Dearborn Street, OHIUAOO, ILL* FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KAS B V A. J. Baumhardt, Druggist, one 4oot north oi Some of tho Wonders Wo May Look Forward To. Wonderful as the advances in our knowledge and electricity have been in tho past few years, there is reason to beliove that we have yet hardly crossed the threshold of discovery in this direction. Hints of what is to come occasionally escape from the laboratories and studies of the men who are now pushing on the outposts of electrical science, and these hints sometimes fairly take away tho reador'sbreath. Men of Bcienco have not yet settled the question of what electricity is, but every new discovery shows more and more plainly that whatever it may be, there is hardly any natural phenomenon in which it does not play a more or less important part. Prof. Oliver J. Lodge thinks electricity is a mode of manifestation of the ether, that strange medium which is supposed to pervade all spree, and to tarry light from sun toplanet,and from star to star. In a recent address Prof. William Crookea points out some of the mar­ vellous powers and possibilities that tho continued advance in our knowledge of electrical phenomena .seems about to place within our grasp. Man is constantly searching for new Hid cheaper sources of energy by means of which he may drive his on(fines and carry on, in its fast-multiplying forms, the work that civilization demands to have done. But men of science, like Prof. Brookes, say that in a single cubic foot of the other, in which the earth 1 B submerged, ten thousand foot tons of en »rgy—that is, force enough to lift ten thousand tons one foot—lie imprisoned, >nly awaiting tho magic touch of science to b^ loosed for the service of man. They tell us, also, that the latest researches give us reason to hope that these stores of power may actually be opened, and drawn upon. Prof. Nicholas Tesla has already succeeded in producing in a room an electrostatic field, into which if a glasutube exhausted of air is carried, the tube will glow with light and illuminate the room like a lamp. It now appears, as Prof. Crookes says, that "a true flame can be produced without chemical aid—a flame which yields light and heat without the •onsumption of material and without chemical process." Those who have studied "the chemistry of the candle" will appreciate what this means. To telegraph without wires, to get light without heat, to make solid walls In effect transparent— such are some of the strange possibilities after which students of electricity may now strive with fair hopes of success; and the attainment of these ends would mark bat a single step in tho advance of modern science.—Youth's Companion. , ,; womn ii she made a conquest of Bismarck at the casino of Biarritz. —When Grant Allen in his story of 'The Devil's Die" described his heroes as finding a wreck in midocean swarming with rats, tin- critics said it could not br. The wreckers who went aboard the Guttenburg castle, off St. Mary's Isle, roeently, hiul just that experience. —Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes, one of tho most prolific writers in this country before the war, who wns married at tho age of sixteen to Seba Smith (author of theonee noted ".lack Downing" letters), is living in Hollywood, N. : C, and is still a contributor to one of the literary weeklies. Shu is eighty-four years of age. —Tho duko of Clarence was an ardent admirer of Gladstone. On one occasion at the house of commons, when tho venerable premier introduced his horae-rulo bill, A lber Victor was ?o carried away by the eloquence of the great orator that he clapped his hands heartily, which was .particularly noticed as the etiquette of the house forbids such an outburst of enthusiasm. —An acquaintance of Oscar Wilde relates the following incident which occurred in her hearing: Mr. Wilde has a wonderfully good memory when other people's jokes are concerned. One day when Whistler made one of his excruciatingly funny remarks Oscar murmured: "Ah! how good! I wish I had said that." And Whistler replied: "You will say it, Oscar! You will!" —The amount of money earned by Dr. Morell Mackenzie during his thirty years of practice must have been very large. Within a few years of his commencing practice (in 18(12) he was making $25,000 a year, and his incomerapid- ly increased as his reputation spread, till about 1875 he touched high-water mark with "takings" of $60,000 to 170,000 a year—an enormous figure for a practice the bulk of which consisted of guinea fees. —Tho .lewish scholar, M. Halevy, has compiled from the cuneiform tablets discovered at El Amura an account of an Egyptian governor of Jerusalem under Amenophis IV., 1,500 years before the Christian era. At that time Palestine was in a very disturbed state, overrun by the Babylonian hordes and misgoverned by the local satraps. At this early period Jerusalem was a populous city, and contained a temple consecrated to the god, Adar. The bureau of the royal archives was under the direction of a woman. —The reporter on the Morning Advertiser of New York, Frederick J. Hamilton, who accompanied Dr. Cyrus Edsoti on his rounds among the typus patients and contracted the fevcr,'has died. He exonerated his eraployors from nil blame in the matter, stilting that it was his zeal in his profession that caused him to take the risk. A few years ago, in order to investigate the Pasteur treatment, he was inoculated with the rabies germ and -jpent two months under treutment in the hospital, almost dying with hydrophobia. CASTORIA ror Infants and Children* ^<)«st«^l»«owel!adar^toduTdronUua I reoomxMod ltae superior to any preccziptaost '•mews to os." H. A- Aicim, K. D., Ul Bo. Oxford Bt, BrcwaOys, X. T. "The o*« of 'Caswrla* Is sotrntverwi and tta morlts so wtU known that It seems •> work of supererogation to endorse, It. Few are tho intelligent Amines who do tut keep Caatoris wlthltoesyroach-" „ _ „ Casus lUOTYir, t>. New York City, lata faster Koomiiurdals Beformed Cburoh. Osyrtoria rarest OoBe, OrjiwjarpaoVm, 8our Sumach, Diarrhoea, EractaUoo, Kills Worms, fires sleep, sod Wi " Tar soversl nars I hsrs reuuiuiniaiM your ' Cantoris-' and shall always conUnuaJj do >o as It has Invariably produced bourtVSH results, M rnwrw r. Plata*, K. TX, «Th« Wluttirop," ISSUi Strata asd Ttk a.**, IMvToakCwcr Ttnt Oswnmt OaKMirr, Tf HtmuT Staaat, *•» To HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a G-eneral Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yaids have direct connection with till railroads running into Hutchinson—five roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET -I 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, AMMON SALT BATHS, HOT BATHS, COLD BATHS. No. 30 North Main Street. Open on Sunday until noon. HUMOROUS. Sold out," he murmured to himself as the father of his best girl gave him a lift at two o'clock in the morning. Burlington Press. —Snidso—"Your wife doesn't look a minute older than she did ten years ago." Hicks—"According to her statistics she isn't."—Tit-Bite. You are tho world to me," he whispered. "All right," she answered. You can be the sun. I'm going to marry your father."—N. Y. Herald. —Patient;—"Then, doctor, you do not feel any anxiety regarding my case?' r None at all! If I did I would ask you to settlo the bill at once."—L-e Figaro. —"Did you ever hear of such bad luck? The other day I lost my right fur glove. Of course I threw away the left had no use for it—and here I have just found the right one again."—Flicgendo Blatter. 'Father," she said, 'don't you think we need some new gas burners?" "No, he answered, positively. "That yonng man that comes to see you every evening is a gas burner that's enough and to spare."—Washington Star. —Tho Likeness That Failed.—Dobber (displaying portrait of Miss Snodgrass) —'There, sir, don't you think that is a speaking likeness?" Snodgrass—"Hardly, There's too much repose about the mouth."—Detroit Free Press. —One of the Two Will Go.—"If Jones pays mo what he owes ine, I shall go to Europe this summer." "And if Jones doesn't pay you what he owes you?" "Well, it will probably be Jones that WUI go to Europe."—N. Y. Press. —I'.eason Enough.—Oazzatn—"Why in the world do you want JayBmith nominated? Ho owes you one hundred dollars." Maddox—"That's it exactly. When he's a candidate he won't dare refuse to pay it."—Detroit Free Press. —Things One Would Bather Have Left Unsaid.—To our M. P., who r&vher fancies himself a great political force in the house (day before the meeting of parliament)—"Well, Mr. Binks! and what brings you up to town?"—Punch. —Rector Black—"I was glad to see you in church yesterday, morning. What aid you think of my exordium and peroration?" Mr. Easy—"Pretty good, but—" Rector Black—"But what?" Mr. Easy—"But they were just a little too far a part."—Boston Budget. —Papa — "I understand, daughter, that new suitor of yours is a base ball celebrity?" Daughter—"Yes, papa, he is tli'- greatest short stop in the country.' PttpftT -VShort stop, eh? Well, I bopo he wilt remembor his specialty When ho calls on you."—Boston Courier. COMPANY, Do all kindB of Transferring and Hauling, Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods J, ^ M to saovs prepared machinery, being tho only one in tho e!ty having Especially 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 Pionos and Household Goods without tho least injury. If you want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone elsd and nave you money. PERSONAL AND LITERARY, —Mr. N. R. O'Conor, tho new British minister to I'ekin, WHB secretary ot lo» gation at Washington between the years 1885 and 1887. Since that time he has been consul-general in Bulgaria, His promotion means an increase of salary from tlO.OOO to $37,500. —The late Baron de Lee, th« diplomat, was renowned as muoh. tor tttf beauty of his wife as for anything The baroness was a French woman surpassing good looks. When * y Storage Department. We have the largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can ha»re their goods packed by us, stored away ond shipped whenever desired. This in one of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be urBt-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price is all wo ask and a trial will convince you that we are the best. Tha-renalty of Curiosity. •Mr- Nestling ton (who "cuu't bear not to- know")—You never notice the Jolll- flowors wbou you meet, I observe. Why? < Mm- /NeatUngton—Aht - 1 don't think 1 aver told you; she took a mean ad- •Vaut'tKe Hi my being out of town to gat sop 1 gad to Mr. Jolllflower.—Comic. '—A M»toll.—Cora—"Why do you call an eojraf ement a match?" Dora—"Bev 6 »u8e4Visso easily broken, I supposes •^ST. T, Herald. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move them and take all the nickel ports 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 $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., B. R. LOCK, MANAGER, Offioe and Barn, 53eooiid Ave, Ea t. Telephone No. 1ft. SEXUAL PILLS

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