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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                2 HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 27,1890. THEY WERE IRRESISTABLE! We advertised that last week's prices on Dinnerware would be, and our itnmenHe sales on the goods has proven the assertion to be true. This week we will offer our LIMPS IT DUST! Also give you an opportunitj to buy Chamber sets nr the following reductions: Decorated Obamber,8etB...........................$ 2;Bl), reduced from % � "     .......................... 8 08. " ' **o>'� We remember well a number of leading Brautford gentlemen being guests of Professor Bell at his residence on Tutello Heights to experiment with a very crude telephone which Graham Bell, then teaching visible speech (an invention, by the way, of Melville Bell's in Boston), luul been working at. It answered the purpose, of course, but was not nearly as handy or effective as the present instrument. It was here, too, that the first telephone linewa.s strung from Professor Bell's to the city, some two miles, so that Brautford may very justly be designated the birthplace of the telephone, if not tho birthplace of the inventor, whocauii from Scollund as a young muu with Win father. It was the development of the telephone system and the prospect of the munificent returns which followed which induced Professor Melville Bell, himself a man of wealth and endowed with high mental and inventive gifts, to leave here, much to the regret of tin* people of Brautford and, we believe, to Iih i�ni.--Brantford Expositor. HuiMirwtitiima ltalh-oiul Mun. ' Another tragic point on the Hou-aim and Texas railrood i* Elm creek bridge. It. i.s in a creek bottom, a few miles south of Corsica, m, where a convict employed in the construction of thu road was killed while attempting to e.scttpe. Tin; tradition is (hat ilu*_ unfortunate man wn.i crammed in a water barrel, head down, and buried in scandalous luuite. The mi-pcrniilioiiri think they can wee his misty ghoht as it Hits across the track in front of the engine, ominous of evil. Here accident after accident has occurred; many engineers and firemen have lota their lives or been crippled for good, and thousands of dollars' worth of rolling slock and merchandise has been destroyed. The train men have therefore changed the name of the place to Bad Medicine, and declare that these calami ties will be perpetual until the convict is exhumed uud buried horizontally, so as to destroy his chances to kick at (lie road which cost him his life here below. -Huuslon Letter in St, Louis Globe-Democrat. THREE   LEGGED  RACING. It Ha* nf*f*f>nttjr H*rnm� � PtHttir* American Athletic Oninm. Tripod er thrw> IprkpiI rod tig Iiim Ijecomt of lute quit* a feature of athtette games in AmwleA. In England the pr\�tlmp litis been practiced for years. Th�> tw mm who com-pow tho team are fnsigned ton'-ltier by a broad strap just above th� knee*, the buckle Ik-Iiir placed in front, so that it will impede th  swallow batter uud syrup. "SBT. [From The New York Bun.] The two men who compose the team, ai shown in the accom|�nying cut, are C. 8. Basse and C. L. Jacquelln. They made their debut as a three legged team on Aug. SI of last year nt the games of the New Jersey Athletic club at Bergen Point. They won this event, lowering tho then existing record by 3 9-5 seconds, the distance being lSOyorda In appearance the members of the team are evenly matched, and although Jacquelln ii the heavier of the two, a good distribution of strength and weight is effected by having him take the outside position, In which place the greater weight of the team is borne by him. At the games of the Hempstead Amateur Athletic association, held at Hempstead, L. I., on Sept 15, 1889, the champions lowered the 100 yards three legged record, covering the distance in thirteen seconds, within one-fifth of a second of the world's record, which was mode on a cinder track, while the new record was made on a poor gram track, after � poor start EXTRACTS rimA tiy tho ilnMed MM Oowrawnt. Kr.aowK) by th� hudaof tie GreitHii wMltti" wd Public Foofl Analrett, katlia 5>tro��wt, Purest and mo.t Healthful. Tit. Prio/a Ofa"? RaJrinfr Powder iloea sotcontaln / mmonia, Lime or Alnai. Dr. Prlce'a Delleltrce riarorlne Tacta,VanlUa, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rows ate., do net contain PolKraooaOUa or Chemical* PRICE BJLKIIf G POWDER GO-  Maw Tor*.  Ohtoa�0,   �!. �,oi.ls. The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000, Southeast Cor. Mai&fand Sherman Ste., Bntchin^ General Banking Business in all Branches Interest Paid on Time Deposits. B. HAIfDY, B. WILCOX, 7. B OHRIHMAW, JOHN OBAFMAJI, Fnslde&t Vtcfl-PresUleat Ouhter- AasnoasiEi Pioneers of Amateur Athletic*. The value of amateur athletio sport is now recognized everywhere. Well-directed exercise and trained muscles do more than the doctor to keep the eyes bright, the akin clean, the step elastic, and the whole system in satisfactory condition. To have added to the wealth of a nation Is much; to have added to ita health is also liam B. Curtis, John a Baboock and  Hen* ry E.Buer-meyer an w.aaABoocK h eld   in high repute.  The first Isanativeof Vermont, the second of Rhode Island, and the third of w. a. ccttTia.       New York city.   All three are over fifty years of age. June 17, 1$66, they founded the New York Athletic club, the pioneer organization of ita Kort In America. Their aim and the club1! aim has. been the development .and progress of amateur sport, and they have met with great success. Clubs without number have accepted the constitution, bylaws aud general rules of thu New -York Athletic club as the perfection of athletic machinery. Mr. Bab-cock earned fame as an oarsman In his youth, Mr. Curtis has made records which entitle! him to the appellation of an "all round" athlete, and Mr. Buernieyer's strong point Is Ijoxing. Mr. Hancock, by the way, originated the sliding seat A. J. Luek, President      Fbahx VihcsOT, Vice-Fret.     0. H. Mum, OuhU NATIONAL BANK HUTCHINSON, KANSAfi. OLDEST JWiTIONAt, BANK m HUTOHIWSO Ovsudawd Join lO. 1SS4- Oapital 8tock Paid up,     - $60,000.00 BarflM, Uljmm.    AatfcorlMt Oafltal, StWVMEOO. Will do * Oesajnl Bwakiog Btuinet*. Baj and mU DomMtlo and Totwifa Ma obNiga).  Oollectaom prompUr made aid remitted for on data of paymanl. DiiumrrroRS. f. H. OanMnter. R. R. Pric�, Frank Vincent, A. i. Lntk. O. B. Wimlow. J. � Kay, Ooo. 0. Updearmif, O. A. Vandwreer, and a H. Menk*: CAPITAL, $60,000. SURPLUS. S60.000 THE FIRST BANK IN RENO COUNTY. O. W. HArtDY, PrMldetit. W. T. ATK1HBOK, Ouatsr. JOHN HALIi.Vice-Prealdent. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Capital $100,000. Surplus $6,000 OITY AND SCHOOL DISTRICT DEPOSITORY, Patronage solicited and as liberal terms as are consistent with safe and conservative banking. No. 200 NORTH MAIN ST., OPPOSITE MIDLAND HOTEL. 19 and 21 East Sherman Street, DOES A GENERAL T0B PRINTING Book Making -AMD- ding Business. The First National Bank, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. IW. C1HT8EU,        L k. BIGGER, B. L. MITES, ViOB-PHEaiDKWT 0* CHESS AND CHECKERS. Chess problem No. 53-By William Rlchter. Hlm-k- Whiui. White to play aud mute in four inovea. Checker problem No. S3-By A, Cameron. Black-0. IB. 26*. Mi WhlUl-   i*, Whit) lo pluy and win. BU1.UTJUK3. CliosM problum No. 52: Wliliu. '8111011. l..Ril'ch l..PxH 8..1I to ltllcb U..Kl�Ktl li.. 11 limit1* CluxUiii'  prolilem   No.   M-EuU  gumo. WhiUi-U*,IO�, 18, 81, 84�, a*, S3.  Black-6�, 80, 38, S(i�, a7�, 80*. Black to play and draw. Uluok. White. i..a)toiia i..as to 18 'J..ffltoa4 fl..30 toM 8. .87 to 81 Prawn. 8TRA.Y 61T0. The teaat of Aalt Wedmsaday waa InaUtutad Pop* Fullx III, A a. �87. A n�tr cigar caae tlutalao extlugulaaeaaad area up a half anioked weed without letting tho atoiicli eacupo i� put, Attw at vox* la worth tram 113 to tie an ouooe �t wlioleaale. It takea 0,000 leave* to wake one pound of attar. That part of the tower of Uutdou what, the two priuot* ware mnAnad awl mMrd�re4 Is no lomtar akowu to viaifcDM. HENRY HEGWEE, MONEY to LOAN On Property in all parts of the Oitj or County. Ho. 10 Sherman Street West, IWar First National Bank KANSAS SALT CO. -OPERATING- Riverside. Western Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Salt, including . Also the Finest Grades of Dairy and Table Salt SPECIALTIES W THE BOOK DEPARTMENT. Journals, Ledgers, Balance Books, Minor Abstract Books,   r Blank Books of all kinks, Land Examiner's Book! 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