Hutchinson News, February 25, 1890

Hutchinson News

February 25, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - February 25, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas flUrCHIN80N DAILY "NEWS TUESDAY, MOBNING, FEBRUARY 25,1-90. Style "A" Single Door-Closed. m Peerless Ice Chest. C -Double Doors. Our Style "D *-Side Board- Attached to either Style "B"or Style "C" Refrierntor. Style "E"-Side Board. The PEERLESS Refrigerator l^T^.ISrXJF^.OTTJPtEID JB1T The Hutchinson Manufacturing Company, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. We herewith show you a few styles of our Refrigerators, and this advertisement will continue but for a short time, it will be well for you to make a note of this after reading, so that if you are not ready to purchase at once you will remember'is when you are ready to look into the merits of the Peerless. You are well aware that it costs money to make honest goods, ard as long as the Hutchinson Manufacturing Company make Refrigerators they will be made that way, and if in course oHime we find that our business is not appreciated we will discontinue to manufacture them, as we propose to make the best or none. So far our sales have been beyond our expectations, so much so that we are making a larger number now than at any previous time. Yoa will hear this Patent Refrigerator spoken of, and that with renioveable lining, etc., so as to be cleaned. Use common sense in constructing a Refrigerator, get a pure air circulation and let the impurieties be carried off in the waste water, and you will not have to keep your Refrigerator in the back alley'for fear that people will conclude on coming in the house that you have started a tannery on your premises. We have made several improvements to our Refrigerator this year, and expect to do so from time to time, as we feel confident that they are second to none, and for the benefit of some of our competitors making claims we still have confidence to offer the following on the Peerless: We will donate any charitable institution $50.00 if there is a better Refrigerator than the PEERLESS in the " Style "A-Single Door. to the party who can produce it. placed in the provision chnmber. ... _ _. market to-day, and $50.00 The qualities to be based on the economical use of ice, cleanliness and the preserving qualities of whatever is As mouey talks it is useless to say more. Yours truly, THE HUTCHINSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY. le "B'-Double Doors. THE SUN CUP. Tho earth in the cup of tho sun, That ho fllleth at morning with wine, "With tlio btrotiff, warm wiim of his might. From tlin rlutago uf gold ami of light-Fills it, and nmkea It dlvinu. And at uight, �lien liirt journey la done. At tho guto of hid radiant hall Ho wttetli hiu lips to tlm brim, Willi a long last look of liis eye. And tilt� it, and drahictu it dry- * Drains till ho leavutli it all Hollow und empty and dim, Ami then, us he passes to sleep, Still full fit tho fi-ut.i that In- did Ijong dgo hi Olympian wimv, Ho closes It down with a sweep Of his slaw tuftiing luminous lid, ItH cover of darkness und tLurri. Wrought onen by Ilepliajsttm of uld With violet and vu.stne.KN and gold. -A. Luiiipinun lu llur|icr'b Magazine. A Japanese Meceu. I huvo miulo 11 piljjrinmgu to .Sen-(jal;ii-ji, tt BmMhiiit tempi* iituto->nent, would make u poiut uny where. The dog was very fond of thu general, and accompanied him wberevor he went, Upon one oooasion tho geuura) visited Nashville, and of course put up at tho bw*t hotel. His faithful dog, Pouto, was witb him. &m>riug the qffioe the general had Just) registered, aud, as be turtUHl orouud, h� uotk-ed 1'outo had truck 11 point. Tha general was somewhat Mower Festivals In Japun. The''flower festivals'* of tho Japanese are often referred to without clear explanation of their number and character. Five are annually celebrated. At the Now Year's feast, on the first day of the first month, tho chief plants used uro bamboos, firs, Prunus Muiuo and Adonis Amurensis. The first two are set by the house door and the othersnrodisplayed in tho living rooms. At the second, or "Girls' Festival," which is held on tho third day of tho third month, Prunua Perslca is tho favor-ito plant At the third, or "Boys' Festival," on tho fifth day of tho fifth month, ono sees chiefly the shobu (Iris loiviagata); while at tho fourth, or "Ladies' Festival," ou tho seventh day of the toventh month, no flowers are favored, but songs are writteu on bits of paper fastened to leafy stalks of bamboo anil sot on high iu tho garden. Tho last feast occurs on tli" ninth day of the ninth mouth, and then the chrysanthemum is honored by old and youmi alike. These various celebrations have always been held in accordance with the dates of the old national calendar; but now 1 hat iho (iregorlau calendar has been introduced it in found difficult to procure the pro]a-r plants on tho proper day. The great imjioriai feast iu honor of tho chrysanthemum has no special time set for it, but is held whenever tho flowers in the emperor's garden are in most perfect condition.-Garden and Forest Annual Kxodus of Highland Sheep. Iu the uutumu of tho year tons of thousands of the smull Highland sheep from Hkyo and t> tor no way are lauded at Btromo ferry and carried by tho Highland railway to the warm belt of rich country lying along tho shores of the Moray Kirth. There, to tho great con* tentment of the Moray and Nairnshire farmer, they eat his turnips and manure his fields till spring comes round again, and they can return once more to their mountain pastures. The lute is six pence per double mile fur a truck load of say fifty sheep; or, roughly, half a fart hi ug per head. The Caledonian has a Bomowbat similar traffic, though on a much smaller scale, front the Perthshire hills to thu low ground of Forfar and Kincardine. Hut by no means all the Highland sheep provide themselves with return tickets. Ia or about the mouth of October each year there 1b an enormouB exodus southward. Dalwln-uie alone sometimes sends away 20,000 sheep within a few weeks, a large proportion of them going to the Carlisle market,-Murray's Magazine. _ Vqu Should Hut* a Cliaug* of Shoes. Probably the best reason that can bo adduced for giving the shoes a rest occasionally Is the fact that they have a ohauoa to become thoroughly dry. This Is to be recommended both as a sauitary measure and as a preservative of the leather. Whenever possible, every person should have at least two pairs of outdoor shoes aud wear them on alternate days. The moisture from the air aud pave* meuts iu wet weather aud the dampness from the confined feet penetrate the leather, and in lied chambers where there is but littu* warmth the shoes do not become thoroughly dry between uight and mowing.-Shoe aud Ix'Uher llojwrtor. bnun oruvr. i nero are- u gn.ii um ways out of the galleries. Wlmt with windows on three streets und blind entrances on Broadway and Twenty-second street, in addition t$. thu main entrance and scuttles leading to roofa that extend without a break to Fourth avenue, a great deal of property might bo rescued if a flro was discovered iu time. With an efficient flro patrol on guard, the association could afford to take the chance of insuring itself. I seo some western paper has printed the story of an alleged plot to steal "The Angelus.'* This is pure bosh. It would not pay any one to steal a picture so well known, be-caiiso no dealer, collector or public museum would dare buy it, and any one to whom it was offered, knowing that it must bo stolon, would be likely to put the offerer under arrest. The attempt might bo made for tho sake of a possible reward, but here also I imagine it would bo a failure, for tho ownersare persons of the sort who would rather expend double: tlio money to capture and convict a thief than pay a premium on his felony.- New York News, To Savo "The Angelui>" Tliero tu a uurluua fact to bo noted in association with tho exhibition of "Tho Augelus" at the American Art Galleries. This in tlmt that costly work was not insured for u cent. Thu u^bociution had a flro patrol on bund tilgut und day, and lu cutw of Uro certain pictured, tho chief 0/ them "Thu Augolub," would havo been carried to a safe place lu pretty Punillel fttorie*. There is a toucliingly beautiful story told of Maurice do Sully, afterward Uishop of Paris, to the effect that shortly after he had been appointed canon and archdeacon an old woman, clothed in drugget, with a whito staff in her hand, entered the city and inquired of any whom she met where she might find her son, Dr. Maurice. Souio ladies, fearing that tho now dignitary might feel humiliated if he fell in with his mother so shabbily dressed, attired her in rich habila-ments, threw a costly mantle over her and theu cornUtcted her to his residence. But tho archdeacon ref uaed to -recognize her iu those borrowed plumes, "My mother," said he, "is u poor woman who never wears any thing better than a gown of drugget." They were obliged to taku her away and restore her original clothes, after which they returned to tho house of Dr. Maurice, who, at the time, was thu center of a brilliant assembly. The moment he caught tight of her he advanced with the greatest reverence, and embraced her, saying; "This is indeed my mother." But precisely tlio same story is told of Pope Sixtus V aud his sister Camilla, whom the cardinals had caused to be decked out in magnificent array, to be presented to the new pope after his exaltation.-All the Year Hound. DbwI by tho r/Ditort Pt&tM Uovernment. Endorsed by tho toads of the Ofest TTnlveraHi; * and rublie Pood Analysts, as tho fctronceut, Pureet sad most Healthful. I>r. Price's Oiow BuklnBPofvdor do�s liotcontain /raaionu. Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Delicious Flavoring �1 *racts, Vanilla, Lemuri, O.'an^a, Almond, Itose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Oils or Chemicals PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. Nsw York. Ch!cstfO Vaat** The late Mrs. rJantortn, or uruucnesier-oy-ttie-Sea, Euglaml, aged 101 years, from her childhood until her death used a pound of dork plug ohawing tobacco every week. She smoked regularly after each meal, and uearly every uight would wake up and smoke a pl|ieful or two hi bed aud then drop off to slvep ugaiu. Mrs. Mary Ann Allan led a most eventfuJ life. Klie was born lu u convent at Lisbon, and while yet a mere infant scaled the wall* of ilftdujon, strupped upon her mother's back. With her mother she was also ou the Held uf Waterloo, iier girlhood was upent iu barracks or In the baggage wagon, and at the uge of 17 she became the wife of Color Sergeant Allan. Her family, cousinting of uuie children, were bom lu different parts uf the world-Canada, India, tho West Indies aud Ireland. THE LATEST IN JEWELS. Tiuy beads of famous beauties set iu gold aud dlamoniiw m.tvo us sleeve buttons. A gold � � 'ten chain toads of small perforated aud ehassd plates closely attached to-gettwr if IM� lAtfpt. The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor. Main and Sherman Ste., HntoMng General Banking Business in all Branches Interest Paid on Time Deposits. �. �. HANDY. I. WILCOX, JT. H OHBISKAH, JOHN CHATHAM, Q, W. HARDY, President W. T. ATKINSON, Owhler. JOHN HALL,Vioe-Fre*ldent. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Capital $100,000. Surplus $6,000 OITY AND 80HOOL DISTRICT.DEPOSITORY, Patronage ipUclted and ai liberal term* ai are comiittat with eafc and conservative banking. No. 200 NORTH MAINiST.SOPPOSITE MIDLAND HOTEL Qm>- Tvm���H, Pmidftnt, J. W. Wow*, ttoaittxytaATmtws. KEZSTRY HEGWER, MONEY to LOANI On Property In all pern of the City or Oouuty. No. 10 Sherrnaa Street West, Hdar Fint National Bank KANSAS SALT CO. - OPERATING- Riverside, Western Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Bait, including Ml Fine, to le Si Also the Finest Grades of Dairy and Table Salt Write for quotations. CAPITAL, $60,000. SURPLUS. $50,000 THE FIRST BANK IN RENO COUNTY. The First National Bank. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. e.l. u: L A BlflOER, ;

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