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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas a HUTCttmsON DAILY NEWS: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 23,1�90. A Terrible Teniptation. You -will find the ^ wonderful Bargains we are offering in Din ner Sets, Chamber Sets, Water Sets and Hanging LampB to be an Irresistable Temptation. Oast Your Eye on These Prices. Decorated Dinner Sets, - $ 6.50, reduced from* 10.50 7.50, " ' 12.00 8.56, " 15.00 12.00, u 20.00 Dec. Fr. China Dinner Sets 27.90, " 35.00 28.50, 11 40.00 Decorated China Sets at $2 50, $3.69, $4.49, $6.10, $8.39 and up. Fancy Glass Water Sets 98c, $1.25, $1.66, $2.00, $2.50, $350 and $4.50. Hanging Lamps atlOost. Come and see us, our Goods and Prices willfinterest you. YOUNG'S CHINA ML, Y U NG, Proprietor. SAIKY JACKSON'S BABY. UNCLE JACK KNEVY THE WOULD PROVIDE. LORD Tlimpliui Hu|Hir4t.ltlnn. The nuporRlition of actors and actroHfipa extendi* to all tho smallest mimitliw of their buKiriPHH, and one peculiar fail with many of them it* to seek out prune little, insignificant shop in some unfrequented locality where they can buy their wij^h, their footwear, their powder ami puint, and bo on. Happy is he or she who can discover Home such place that has been little known before, for is it not an augury of good fortune? Many theatrical people abjure entirely the larire and well known establishments that deal in theatrical supplies ami Rive their patronage to less pretentious places down town. There is a sort of Freemasonry in the profession by which the news of tho finding of these small shops is passed from car to ear, so that a considerable patronage in tinio accrues to the lucky proprietor. On tho other hand, there are those who are more selfishly inclined and kec] their lucky "finds" to themselves as far us possible, Ix'lieviug that the "spell will be broken if they say much about it or advertise it even to their friends. New York Star. ror tne same size or pacKagu aim ainu of goods. Wo cannot hope to introduco the vice into England so long as we ac company tho vice with such flagrant ex-tortion.-Eugeno Fields' London Letter, Among the exhibits ut the Indianapolis meeting of the Western Canned Goods association were two cans containing beef soup, purt of a lot prepared for the United States navy in 1810. They are owned by William Daggett, of Indian ajhHis whoso grandfather was at the head of Daggett & Kenslett, of New 11a. veil. Conn., in tho early part of the century. The contents are supposed to be in good condition; if not, the fermentation and creation of gases within would break the seal. The soup is therefore Bovcnty-one years old. The Cliurm (if MiikIc. A new mode of calming the nerves was one resorted to by a little girl who had to hare two largo teeth extracted. The dentist who was to pull the teeth has a piano in his reception room. His patient came mid brought a little friend. Instead of proceeding to the chair, however, she paused ut the piano. "Would you like nie to play for you, doctor?" said she. On receiving un afllrmative answer she executed a gay waltz, and then said: "Perhaps yeu would like to hear both of us play. Shall we try a duet?" This ac complishcd, tho young diplomat offered to sing, and the doctor expressing great delight at tho prospect shu did so; then tho two littlo girls sang together, und then, having either gained courage enough or recognizing that the evil hour could not be further delayed, she arose from the piano, walked composedly to the chair und stood the tooth pulling without a murmur.-Detroit Free Press. To l'1'.ut 11 In Mind. Grim Stanton, his war secretary, never quite knew how to take Lincoln. Stanton was for exterminating such elements as dared to nflk questions. It is ivlatet thut once some one had refused to under stand un order, or, at all events, hud not obeyed. "I believe I'll sit down," said Stanton, "and give that mini n piece of my mind." "Do so," said Lincoln "write him now, while you have it 01 your mind. Mako it sharp. Cut him all up." Stanton did not need a second in vitation. It wasa bone cruncher lliaL h l�ttict-- A True fitory from the Tenement* ol the Went Ride In New Vork City- "We Have llone What We Could." A bit of crape, hanging sido by Bide with a strip of satin ribbon which had onco been white, but was now discolored by constant use, swung idly from the tack which held ft in place at the en trance to one of the tall tenements on the west side. It is in tho district known as Blackchapel, and all tho houses thereabout are occupied by colored folks, There is always a pathos about ascrnp of crape at the door, especially if the grim announcement is hung out for a child. But the lean legged and woolly headed black children who were playing shinny in the street were too young to allow their sport to be Interrupted by the presence of death. "ONLY BARAH'S LITTLR BOY." If any one had asked the stout negress who lolled at the door, they would have been answered with; "Oneley Mis'Sarah Jackson's little boy. An' it's de Lawd's bressin' ho gone, kase he's bin ailin' eb-ber senco he was bawn. Whar does she lib? Up on de top flo', in de reah. Yo' cawn't miss it, Jess knock hard on da do', koso Miss Jackson may bo sorrowln' like, on 'count ov it bein' her Johnnie." And then, if ono bad followed her dl rcction, he would have wondered if there never would be any end to the bure, steep flights of dirty stairs, with the too brief landings, and the musty, dark hulls, and tho black, woolly heads thruBt out of hah* open doors in a spirit of youthful in-quiry. But there Is an end to all things, and at last the top is reached. It is lighter here, and the air seems a little more wholesome, although the same musty smell of crowded quarters Is to be noticed. A ladder leads up to a hole In the roof, and the sun sends a slanting ray down through the aperture. Tho block of sunlight strikes the entrance to one of tho three doors on the lauding, and has only the effect of bringing out in greater relief the worn pine boards half hidden by an uccuinulution of dirt. It is very quiet on this floor, so quiet than when the visitor listened he could hear a sound of sobbing, and then a low voice crooning words of comfort. A knock at the door brings the answer "Come in." The room is not more than twelve feet square, and is considered large room for a tenement. But tho question of accommodations is not taken into consideration now. There are two persons in the room. An old woman, whose tears made shining tracks upon her black skin, was bending over a young woman who rocked to and fro in on old chair, sobbing and mooning for her baby. The room was uncarpeted and miserable. Bags and wads of paper stuck loosely in the holes in the broken window panes helped to give an indescribable aspect of desolation to the room. Upon tho only table In the room, its attenuated form wrapped in an old red shawl, rugged and thrcudbare, was the dead baby. Its little black face, tinged with a grayish hue, was turned up toward the cracked ceiling, and tho lids hardly concealed the dull white of the eyes. The babe had been dead since tho day before, and the mother was too poor to bury it. Her husband was away somewhere. He had deserted her months before, so she need not expect him in her hour of trouble. "the la wd will l'brvide." As she rocked the door creaked on its hinges and an old negro entered. He was lame, and made his way carefully along with a cane. A high hat that had seen years of hard service rested on a fringe of grayish wool which covered tho back of his head, and a bandunna handkerchief made a picturesque substitute for both collar and cravat. "Hullo, Jack, yo' back ugen?" said tho old woman. "Soiry's bin taken on pow-erf'1 sence yo's bin gone, an' she mos' cried her eyes out. Did yo' git enny money?" No, an'I'se done clean pestered out, a-trampin' and u-trampin'. What wid de rheumatics and de sorror 'bout Jacky. ~ ain't mahsoli'." "Uncle Jack," said the young woman, umping up, "I'll jes' ask yer tor go to one moah place fur de money, Jes' one mouh. I'se done washin' fur dis lady, and inebbe she help me." Come, come, gal," said tho old man; 'I'se doin' ull I can for yer, but tho good Lawd. will pervide. Jes' put yo' true' on him." "I know, Uncle Jack, I know dut; but we mus' do somethin'," she said. With unsteady hand she wrote a note in a cramped hand on the back of a grocery bill, the only piece of paper there was in the house. The paper was blistered with her tears. Mba. K#ed- Would you please to help oie a little, i ain sorry to auk you, but uiy Uaby died yesterday at noon, with the Jirowo-keetora and tho gua-tar in the throat We have douo what we could. I have beeu sick myself and the Uttlu earning 1 had saved 1 had to pay out for medcln. I am not feeling welL From Siua Jackson. Uncle Jack hobbled out of the door and down the stuirs. He hud to go a long distance, and when he came back a gentleman came with him. Ho hud come hi answer to the hotter and to Bee the dead baby was buried decently. Not long ago his own baby had died, and when he stood by the table and saw by the light of the one lamp in the room the face of the little dead baby lie broke down and wept. His tears mingled with those of the poor black folks about. A common grief had torn away the barrier of race, color and station, and he was as sincere a mourner as old Uncle Jock, who stood with bowed head near Jiim. And as the old bandanna neckerchief seemed to grow tighter and tighter around his tliroat he said: "I knew de Lawd would pervide, Sairy, I knew it, chile, kaso be alien does,"- New York Bun. Dud by tne Catted Btntlll OanronraM. Kndotssa by the heads of the OrMtTJntTemltbr and Fobl'c food Analysts, as tba Btroaiaat, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. �>!�.'� Creair BaainttPowder does notcontaln / mmonla, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Delldons Flavoring Br wto/yanltla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Oils or Chemicals PRICE RAKING POWDER GO* i.eulB. A. j. Lout, President. Tbixk Vimohit, Vice-Fret. O. H. Maim, Caahle HUTCHINSON NATIONAL BANK HUTOHINBON, KANBAB. OLDEST STATION At, BANK IN HUTOHrN80> Oiiaanwd Jtvam 1�3, 18B-4- Oapital 8tock Paid up, - $60,000.00 AathorlMd Capital, M0O.O00.0O. WU1 do a General Banking Busmen*. Buy and tell Domestic and Foreign >i change. Collections promptly made and remitted for on date of payment, DIRKXTTORS. t. H. Carpenter, R. R. price, rranlt Vincent, A. J. Luik, O, P. Winilow, J. Hsy, Geo. C. UpdegrafI, G. A. Tandereer, and O. H. Menke. The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor. Maiiifand Sherman StB., Butchine General Banking Business in all Branches Interest Paid on Time Deposits. , B. BANDY, President. , WILCOX, Vlce-PreeUent. r.B. OHBISKAB, Cashier JOHN OHAPMAT1, Aas't Caahii HENEY HE&WER, MONEY to LOAN! On Property in all parts of the City or County. No. 10 Sherman Street West, * Roar First National Bank KANSAS SALT CO. - OPERATING- Riverside. Western. Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Bait, including 19 and 21 East Sherman Street, DOES A GENERAL JOB PRINTING Book Making -AND- Business. SPECIALTIES IN THE BOOK DEPARTMENT. Journals, Ledgers, Balance Books, Minor Abstract Books, Blank Books of all kinks, Land Examiner's Books Loan Registers, County Records, Manilla Copy Books, Ward Registration Books, White Paper Copy Books, Scale Books a specialty Real Estate Contract Books, Attorney's Collection Registers. SPECIALTIES III THE JOB DEPARMTEHT. tetter Heads, Packet Note Heads, Letter Note Heads, Commercial Note Heads, Small Posters, Large Postersand BUIb, ony Statements, Bill Heads, all sizes, Statements, all sizes, Abstract Books, all sizes, Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Etc Drafts, Bank Checks, Filing Cases, Deposit Checks, Counter Checks, Notary's Seals, Banker's Cases, Crushed Euvelopes, Document Envelopes, County and City Warrant Books Vmaa tba Oereaan. Teaouer-Can you mention a ipeoiea of oold oloo jed animal which mulUpliaa with astonishing rapidity? Son of a Journal!*t-Ye�, the ci�dltor, That's what pa atya.-Te*a� Blftioga. A little aheiwd W about a �
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