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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 1, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                i 1RR&SISTA .......... We advertised that last weekya U^^Rk    prices on Ditmerware would be; and our immense sales on the, goods has proven the assertion to be true. This week we will I offer our AT COST! Also give you an opportunity to buy Chamber sets at the following reductions: Beooiated Chamber .Beta...........................f 2 89, reduced from * 8 S -                 "     .......................... 8 66, " 5 2 "                   "      .......................... 4 00, " 5 6 '                   "      .......................... 4 85, " 7 6 "                   "      .......................... 5 75, " AO �                   "      .......................... 7 00, " 10 6 �                   "      .......................... 7 98, " 11 5 "     .......................... 8 50. " 12 5 "                   "     .......................... 10 00, *       " 15 00 ��                   "      .......................... 14 25, ' 18 60 I'kln white 10 piece Chamber Beta.................. 2 35, " 3 25 Ohotos Beta will not last long at these price',, bo make your purchases before they are picked Yer, YOUNG'S CHINA HALL. P. S.-"We have recently increased our facilities so that we are now abje^to offer the wholesale trade some splendid drives.  Write us for quotations. bill JJAttt MORNING. jlffilL OLIVE HAllPElt'S LETJBlt HOW ONE CAN MAKE Ol | und do not iron them at all.   WhT|g the satin will look lileo now and'^t and not one pin hole will bo seen TeV Of course much will huvo tc' upon the former shape of llio ak.1 \ �V>' making it.   A perfectly plaiu!^\a' quito as fashionai>l(. as a drapeJ deed, moii: . �.   The skirt done pay the young worker for all Ijfc. in lakingit apart and inremaliing-.t, really mak. s it in every way just mi luji/.T sotnu as a new one.   It is a mistake t^ d  this in n slipshod manner, for It will i'loi show unythiug but a botch. The old satin brocage can then be road, up into a bodice after tho stylo 'jp, the illustration, which is at once simple ajpl very girlish. The sleeves nro of tho p stripe, while the others are. utilized the waist. Tho arrangement of the tape at the shoulders cuu bo left off if preferred, nnd I should certainly prefer if it wua mine. Tho wido luce down the fronts should be left there, if the maker has any, It not, tho escurial can bo gotten very] cheaply now, und it will only requlipl firo-cighths of u yard, l'assumenturi*). trimming is ulso u suitable material, ftud the young lady who bus this corsage to wear with a plain black satin skirt may cull he-u'lf very furlunato. If sho does not like the neck open, half u yard of tullo or crepe lissu will 1111 the ueok in und look lovely. Black silks can be treated in tho some manner, und tho texture oven seems to become firmer anil richer under it. i Colored silks, however, must not be treated with the vinegar, otherwise the color will bo injured Cashmere, camel's hair and all strictly pure wool goods can be washed and ironed on the wrong side and they will look us though just bought as long as thread lusts. Hut the garment must be picked upurt und washed in bark water, after which the pieces should bo rinsed in warm water to which a litllo ammonia and bluing i-avo been added, this Iftit only when tho material is black or white. I  r\va|jh&r But at dawn wain t wwe �tktat, As they wotohW I-M rooW, . with thesoundeta (nnlbreaking, A (wmtlhtn. into, gioora. . Twaa � utrlnsf ft H� Mo, Ana they heard Sim ls M. "Hake room rot a Ure no slgri of An amaul noon ga�d place to mother paper, gan to nhow itself lirt every day in CurlB of snidVe. rlsln, -Lyons J)m-that the evening n and seroral flgnres .     , hursday noon CTHI r-1 hands were seen g tectcd IstnalL ..) Mentor. tWdtnillileMtCt. anmeandlsry �i ano Mtiltely dent eiilit-head of . hiishels of wheat  llanici. A suBpiol tain patties holdlr. MarOn, nnd ao aMfvt' i !*>    % w'� *^^tfHmm^^^'^' ^^^^ ^ ^*wij hi* ^ lltg JSnoUKii xur mo, We love It, we lore it, and who shall dare To cblde us for loving that old arm chair; All the rest la tho room we could very well rpare \t tiiey left me and her but that old arm chair. __-phniwi^^hfo jTHgina, PERSONAL  GOSSIP. Premier Crispi of Ital j is one of the greatest amokers in tho world He always has a cigarette in his mouth. TIIK a/IOBT OV THE UUfiTUB. A� noon m the good*) ara about two thirds dry they iliould be imetutty �VU�4.iuto aluuw.A0d vbyxi two. Oawn Ei-Congressiuan Stephen F. Wilson, of tVellAboro, I'u.,UaH biiilt for himself a granite tomb in shape of a log cabin. Alphonse Daudet, tho fanious raricinn, is an invt'U*rate smoker. Tho blacker the pipe he uses, the more he enjoys it. Sir Siiencer Ponsonby Kane is to become black rod to Queen Victoria at a salary of $10,000 und u flue house. He will have nothing to do but iir.nr bis pay. Mr. Bcerhohin Tree, the Ixmdou octor; gavo a dinner to a number of friends recently, at which, iiiHtend of nosegay�, false noses were furnished to tlw guests, which they were requested to wen- during tho banquet. Hc^coo Colliding wiid of Jay Gould: "Had he not gone into busineru), but itisU-nd hud taken up iiolitics, he would have been the master ixiliticiuu of America, and, I think, the greatest diplomat in either cuutitK-ut." The late M. Cbautelouji, the largest bras* founder lu Canuda, left his frtrluue, e.stiinuted 1 t $T)00,000, excepting a few thousand dullurs hich gu U> charity, to hia employes. Three rernoa are left the iiosiueas, and capital to try it un. fiuneey if. Depbw Niys: "For the fli^t 5r�:v'er nK>w I charged S1..*j0.   A wus my client, and ho l�eiii; mo down i>>$!.  Twenty years lu'tvrward I wroto a \M\mr precisely similar and received fur it -V"(hi, with mauy thauks." Hull i'niiic, the dramatist, is tawny eyed, tliuu^Mful looking and sliudy graceful. Ho has Imi^ish auburn balr und a pointed chin iMuird; is quiet of manner, and the proud pos-st't^DV of a curious old lanteru, which was carrktt by Eugene Aram on Ae night of the murder. Tin) Hutted States minister to E�L Mr. Hoberi Lincoln, posaossetH it iisaidj lur^t'st and most varied assortmout of (uvcreaiterii) in London.   The collection il 8aiii'"T.r> comprise four dozen pairs, most of tlii'iu being of a soft brown sbade, that being the eolor aitocted by the Frinca of Wales. John Jacob Alitor, the original, is said to Ijhuvo been the originator of the term "O, K." pjl  with Irving and said solemnly: "Give jcy l"vo to dear old Charles Matthews." ^iifin lu-1 timed aud walked away. Matthews . had b'.'ii dead three years. . Hat'" ltubel, tho famous loader of tho Bo-ot�h#i puitv in thgreichuUig, and tho author Of ."V "iimn in the I*a�t, the Present mid tho Fyfuri, ii u niua of at>out 60, of inodium heuht, with u short dark beard, unburn hair atv*e> 'leliciiio, rather prepossessing appear-jttjtofv ^ '"-''i bu is not engaged hi fighting tfee p*Wf'  f tJtu Boi-mlfaty he followsbls trade .aj) i-H^-hurnur. H*t,Hpii W. Whom, now stationed at Tuceo�i�,-\. 1., Kays he was a lleuteuaut lu the Twe^^'-'-^t Illinois regiuvmt when 17. B, Gr-VO^ ,t^'� ct'iumuud of it. The "hoys" wapt*d#-i''audlijud calls for "Orant," **Q�^'�CH�,,,i" w�re penuHted in until Grant, wh^hajj,;,^'-!! Mtting down, arote and becur- By Owrgel" ci-le ping bin khee eiult^raated ue(h his weight lugoMt Un..a coi!t>o-therivei right open, cburcbea in chance of Buepiciont oi* Aunuat Kvor> eyo within c* nft8 rounded^' anxiouBly upon the > * migh/.,,, see at any moment, much to ^ ? would show that tho aDd,-<"  \ Would be plunge W.V   'm out any ditgulsr?, o  ; Btratagrm 11 prepart-f > Suddenly, us Ismai/ light wooden dipper \. from his bands and v., the stream.  A cryi from the Sepoys, ami  running frantically I / lug in vain to clutcl-past, ,    i* "Whaton earthV*! colonel, couiplotoly "I seo!" cried Mr,' antly; ''there':* a L* reeds and beV maW done, my bravf boy.1' But at that niomei*' Sepoys told tb it t>' Luckily those �n tt pieces Waiud, tir p'^j have been disposed ' stonily brought up i\ comrades, whose bnl^ the boat and its galliV Lot us flro a \*oH: sail -Wtohita Journal) ^ T#0 flres were m ono ;by the west u and the other by *  1 �,'  ! I i\ntit it      i�'f V o>'f.ry,' jus-rantcti! tit x\X ({'tfiiC pun,ft,. Pr^rni Attr'ntiofif 4*  - terprlaey bis pair tisiw < J't* * - |j � 11,6 � �ton. Bt:''*: d Vl] see that no ono molests you again," \ Six months have como and gone, ana Mr, Carrie's hospitable house presents a very^dif-ferent spectacle. The pretty garden is trampled into dust and mire, and the bodies of men and horses are lying thick among the fragments of tho half destroyed stockade, Tho windows of the house are blocked up, aud through tho loopholod walls peer tbb muzzles of ready rifles, showing bow steady tho besieged garrison stands at bay against the countless enemies whoso dark, fierce faces' and glittering weapons are visible through the half ruined building and matted thickets all around. The Sepoy mutiny of 1S57 is blazing sky high over northern India, and CoL Ayres is blockaded in Hutta-Bagh, with a certainty of a hideous death for himself and every man of the few who uro^till true to him, unless help come speedily. Day was just breaking when two men held whispered counsels in one of tho upper rooms. "No feat* of the water running short,''- said Maj. Armstrong; "but even upon half rations tho food will be out in four days more," "Aud thim we'll jubt go right at them, and cut our way through or die for it," growled the colonel, with a grim srailo on his iron face, for, with all Ids harshness and injustice, Col. Ayres was "grit" to tho backbone. "We mustn't say anything to them about it, though," added he, with a side glance ut Mr. Currio, who, standing on tho further corner, was anxiously watching tho thin, worn face of bis fcleeping wife. At that moment a loud cheer from below startled tht;m both, and tho noxt mpment Ismail (thu "major's boy,'' ns?every one now called hiin) burst into tho room,, with a glow of uuwouted excitement on his dark face. SahibI" cried he, "there is hope for usyetl A detachment of English aro coming up the oth;r bank af tho river; if wo can tend word to them as thoy ]>ass, wo ure mvudi" � "How do you know if" asked tho major,, eagerly. "I heard tho Sepoys say so, while I was lying hid among the bus.hes yonder," answered tho lad,      . ,J, "Among the bushes yonder 1" roared the colonel, facing arouiid.. "Have you really been in the midst of trase cutthroat villains, listening to whatr thuy said? Whatever did yoa do that forf�" "I did It for Sahib Armstrong's sake," replied the boy, proudly, "because he was good hi&'if iittuiitiou responded as follows: ir i|uaru>ra.n They want. M. Tliorol was one of tho jjrluel* in thu escapo of Napolemi H� imumt hi tho Castloof liamlu mm hi TuorePs yeliloh) ^liat N*. }l�uy, and It was Tborel also who with clothes stud ptltw artielM ij>u>ud iu uood at th� tluut- , - ' forgottniu when Nanolsoo bar Hd was wads a Kulfht of Honor, auU wi> �44�) �u�o. il , fxiHtife^i j-   I ' li >   > * uadat iut if the troops are beyond the1 river, how can we communicate with th&tuf' asked lira, Currio, who, awukeued by tho shouting,, had risen aud joinod the group. "They may not pass near enough to hear the firing, aad we have no means of sending them word." "fear nothing lor that, tnem-'iuhib" (madam), said the Hindoo boy, quietly; "I will carry them word myself," "But how cau you possibly do it?" cried J&r. Currlo, thunderstruck by the confident tone iu which this mere child spoke of a task from which the hardiest veteran might well have shrunk, "Listeu sahib," answered Ismail. "I will slip out of the houbo, and inuke u dash into the enemy's lines, as if 1 were deserting from you to theai; and you can tell your people to Ure n shot or two after me with a blank cartridge as I go. Theu the Sepoys will receive me Uiudly, and I'll tell them that you are all dyiug of thirst, aud that they need only wait a day more to be sure of you, so that they won't come to make another attack. Then, when they have no suspicion, and think I'm quite one of themselves, I'll steal away aud slip across the river." ''But are you quite sure the Sepoys will believe you!" asked lis]- Armstrong, doubtfully. They'll beliove this, anyhow," replied the boy, deliberately making a deep gash In his bar* shoulder, aud staining his white frock with tb. blood, as he glldtd from the room, followed by the major. The plan was soon explained to the man below, and a moment later Ismail's dark figure Was seen darting like an arrow across the open space In front of (be building, followed by a quick discharge of: blank cartridges from the marksmen at the loophole^ . XU sound of firing drew the attention of tb* ttepoys, several of yhom ran forward to melt bkn. Iu another instant he was in th* Imlust of them, "loan aoaroaljr'atafor Vxmbushej,"�U4 OoL 'Ayrtsi ifbut h. aMtus m. b* Waowiaf tkaak. ,um wound on hi** iltoulalKf and �dUu fym it, was pur dojm;," \ At.W?r^ WjflBSWfct rM^ ^XJ^ttWw^. Jfwill ^EPW^ ered Mrs. Curl i, t/j bei igband, iu a voice that was not hu- own. y must not fall Into their hnurfs alivi.'. At that n;"muiit|dji Armstrong was seen to start uai Veil t�V oTtt as it listcuiuj; iu-tenrly, for iljoVit-^alihoughV hj could scarcely beline i,is L.}--ttiathe httV suddenly caught a funl j.iili,of distant iltl.ig. In unotlier iuitui.l t;,j it u^aui, s,.d this time ttiera o,;i,i it lo more doul'   ^r several of the � .),..> %i' caught it lit und a gleiim ol t,,,),. yi.u u.ore llgk'^'"' UP their ha^yui',1 luc?.. ,.nd [ooushot eye Iyjuder uurl uei>i,.iv -auto the wifcome sound, while tho bud led t rror end conmslou visible among tlio I'luiury ihowed thijtlhoy, too, were at no ]o.4 tp ;aln its merfiiug. Then high above th,> diu-rne the well known "HurruUI" aud through, he smoke .fouds broke a charging lh,o of glttering ba; and ruddy Eug)h,u taces^nveeping a^r � cowardly murderer as th* sun cf murniug mist. , "That boy is worth his'.v eight In said Cob Ayres, as, a few boirs later, tened to Ismail's account of h.w ho hi under the boat and kept it between the Sepoys, that they might tbi drowned.-Truo I'lag. A Way to Iteuiove Molea. Moles ou the face ure now being sui iy treated by the use of sodium ttbylal mole Is puluted with the sodium etbj flue glass rod belug used.  VVkeu t has a varnished look the ethylut > is, rubbed in with tho glass rod to uiuke trato iucivj deeply. The mole turni black and a hard crust forms over is nearly three weeks iu berauiingi When it comes oil tho jnole is than before, and this trij, tinued until the mark is -Sow Orleans Hcayune. w HITJiLi f.'i(. arc &Wn". 6 flu-ninci omceorr Hasrman 8 �yyHiT)ii5 hi Offloe, rooms, t( M' eOABTtJt \ I. \* ">[ -i II*  ,?  , i ittt W. U. UWI. IS if'   |�>W i �   H' 9" 'Hi is* i *,� kSutfrti JX-'M fl i*!;i :�;']' !M ?l)lii-:-i) i. � -.'         sit A -!�V*-      I J. 0*e�,MuUi �fnt.:ljW�!K. fe pBOf.0.1^ <�'��. TwwJierol n.t 'v *�. Mash .tod     i   .        .  '\ -\ baits or r' "A X 5p uj IJp'WartlMi SCHOLASTIC Conciseness is a virtus. Don't get rattled iu school gi There Is no good discipline voice is f requeutly heard. A small vocabulary skillfully' than a large one Indifferently Toaoh a genuine respect thought aud the best life of the A question asked by a pupf, auiwer is frequently worth that of a teacher. Tb* essential features of b. In the mind of the wool entire school career of a obil Ernpluuase the fact that always easier than thu wroi answer a question oorn tly MWtrtl btoorreotlr, If i\i� It aalBd.-^r'ournal of Bdaoatlioi ;       vr��t uprtajilii, |ba (who baa bus rawilaf IrHt^wttba UltliT" |wwir, Qaona, im,-Wt   

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