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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                $t4 TH&YWERE IRRESIST* We advertised tlf prices od( DinnetW and our immense 8*, good* has proven %m L to be true. This 1**e| I offer our f Ua' mm WKI) ESDAf MORN ,Wm frtAMf, tHfc Vvu itLU.. the thorns ai�) ttsjsWlhat MM* la atom, m>r be all mmhlas hud--1- v  road csnsstnttt as* Uut which men* most hard to I bring �tta Hat'" - , with fortessM LAMPS AT W Also give you an St�t"[tnn{lt!y to buy Chamber sets at the wi" to burled Headmost rot ^ earth ere it praduM j-   the Mower, '. AM the weak (lank to frtteafy must have botfe Kaladimtoprowrt, must itrattkiwWi ***.*!�* *��Slaiphilosophy U� V*UMidhb lowing reductions Decorated Chamber.Sets...........................9 8 89, "                  "     .......................... 8 60, '                 "     .......................... 4 oe, �                  "     .......................... 4 85, "                  "     .......................... S 76, '                    '      .......................... 7 00, �                  "     .......................... 7 98, �                  "     .......................... 8 60. '<                   "     .......................... 10 00, �                    "      .......................... 14 85, Plain white 10 piece Chamber Beta................. 8 86, Choice Beta will not last long at these prices, so make your purchases before they are picked rer, YOUNGS (MA HILL P. S.-We have recently increased our facilities so that we are now abls io offer the wholesale trade some splendid drives.  Write Us for quotations._ IN TUDOR TIMES. _l AmUDt SMni of Silver aad Gold Plate-The Court l.tro. The brilliant court life of the Intel- Tu dor times was a new tiling In English history. In earlier days it had not been Uu et one g:�ing, or lo make a raid on his neighbor's property.   But whether he wis a successful soldier or "a good Colswi.'ld shepherd." or a prosperous lawyer, or a wealthy judge, he t remained a true provincial in heart and in interests.   Booty was to be had in France, even in Scotland; there was none in London.   On the contrary, a journey to the capital needed the one thing that nobles and landowners never had-ready money in the purse.   If a country lord had to attend parliament, a supply of oats and corn was carried for the horses, "to save the cxjienses of his purse;" his wife managed the big household and estates in the country, and froin London an army of servants rode backward and forward continually to fetch provisions from lipids and |x>nds and salting tubs at home, bo that he need never go to the market or to the baker to buy for uioney. It was in the provinces that the noble kept bis true state. If his journey lay through any town all tho bells were set ringing "to give notice of tho passage of ! such eminency," and the burgers stood' to watch him pass in his robo of scarlet twelve yards wide, with pendent sleeves down on the ground, and tho "furrur therein eet" worth perhaps �200 or �300 of our money, while his attendants came after, anxiously holding up witli both hands, out of tho filth of tho mcliiuval atreeU, the wide sleeves that trailed at their sides. The great oak chests of Iho country houses were piled up with splendid robes; cloth of gold, figured satins, dumask and silk and velvets and lino cloths were heaped together with rich furs of marten and beaver. Sir John r'astolf had thirty-five coverings for his head-hoods of satin, russet und velvet, straw hats, hats of beaver lined with damask gilt and the like, UTsuil his various robes. Chains of Sold of tho "old fashiou"and the "new," ^ollarsof gold covered with "roses and surl,si" precious stones, women's girdles of^lolho eoge to manmna, oitnerlj sistent with nature,   (Maw KMlaiid) New*. African Statical tnetramenU. It la rather curious to notice that all instrument* originally identified with ;i o minstrelsy have come from Africa.'* The bone* and tambourine, too!" Tea. Both tambourine and bones, or a-:.inets, were brought into Spain from i!�t by the Moors. They are both ..,;e instrument*, almost unmodified. . funniest and most primitive musical ir iment I ever heard of, however, I used by a darky down in Florida, ,    ild one horny and previously licked : iger ou the edge of a table and across It back and forth with a ;,.r,; stick.  The table served as a sound-� iril, and at each strpko of the stick .  the finger along drawn, lugubrious f some loudness was produced.  It 11): bass for on orchestra at a negro that ire �tt, numttiifig snatchet 01 a new popular song in an undertone wljMa.be toyed wWi thu- Instrument caresslngry*-as Wed lie might, for it was a bvauty. presented to him, doubtless, as a tribute to hi� skill as a professional troubadour by some admirers. The circular rim inclosing the head - liwlf a disk of sheepskin so fine as to lie almost transparent-was of gold overlaid Apon wood, with brackets all around .of tb,ii same precious metal to hold the drum taut; the finger board was elaborately Inlaid and ornamented, and nothing seemed omitted that could (xnsibly add to the mm tit, Lamefkttt'i 8100D .!!AM NERVE KING Cures Indigestion, LirerComplaint, Connipatloh of tbe Bowels, etc. A Prnectlp Safe and Reliable Furgt-tlve Medicine. Price, 50 cents per buttle. IS CURE FOR PAIN! A never Jailing Reroedj^for all omitted mat couiu posaioiy �uu w.�� ....--o ---- -+ oostot the tlntinnabulatory contrivance. Aches and Paim, BUCh M KnjfUI�� For burnt cork art in these days is ex- iism, Neuralgia, Headache, Tooth hibltlng a persistent tendency toward the BChe, Sprains, Biuises, etc.   Mid- I decorative.  Counterfeit darkies, to grat- ]Bn         Mo**:aad throat. Offlce Ko. 1. Morth Msla street Haaldeace Ur.ce Church Rectorj. offlce hoars S.lolU!Sua. at., a to4 p. m. ul^aLwaa. 1 drac tin*. OMot aw they manufactured? Why, of sheep's intestines cut into tine strips and twisted together.   It is a very skilled process.  _ Poor strings may not be composed of   A W. atoEWSBI more than four or live strands of gut,      *      PkrsMas aad anrcoos, whereas first rate ones have from fifteen    offlea otm no. so, sontt Mala itesst, to eighteen.  After they   have  Iwen "nlied nfT with numice 1 nu �-� rhf slelaB Hd Batitvaau Oftca, rooms I aad >, ovwpoMoslea. twis^.Thvarw'i^lWed'off withpumice I jj � * W>MOTB �. ml Hi' oass. tor on orchestra at a negro stone and other things, so that they are | ,., n consisting besides of a banjo and madoquito round and tho twisting cannot , ; 1  mrlne."-Interview in Washing-  bo seen, though in the cheap ones it re- T �. MALCOLM, *        Phjrielan and Barwooa. Unit mains visible.   Hanjo strings are oil im-g.wlos an Arm Ob: ported; they are manufactured In Ger- 11   n  ti.__n,__,',. ,, ... mruiv and Italy.   Most people suppose moBorpslhle.) offlea, HI 1st av  L- inter. The naval hospital flag baa' with square i-ed corners.       ; The pilot Mag lias a red:.' ground, with a deep black bori The naval eusign has a rl ground, cf -dteraate red and w|:i'' TIip heir appareat'a.,U like oieept that it has a narrow wti The uaval jack has k red  m �luto grouud, and the pennant is wl t-. i\ uli a ml star. The senior officer's bas rod g 'xiiini. i\it) white ball aad white rays, a ii >-mw>!1 ..r.n-r. The emperor's flag, on which; u.i :iiti-r t>t mi Persia, These countries, with Chftldea and Arabia, up-om to nave fur|u�U femiiaju oj luiowl- \ SPECIULTIES III THE BOOK DEPARTMENT. Jo^riijals, Ledgers, I      Balance Books, Minor Abstract Books, f ..Blank Books of all kinks, Land Examiner's L ut Registers, County Records, I Manilla Copy Books, Ward Registration Bdoks^ i   White Paper Copy Books, Scale Books a sped Rejil Estate Contract Books, ! Attorney's Collection RegifiteJ AMaeswis at Imw, CO. BUUlai, Ooaaly AUstasi. lsadi,aldUat�rbloca. |JV.0L�BB, . ASSavaay at Iaw, jMaes, seutt Kate stnst, aaat esail soim. kusio. I pBOf. O. H. OAKBa, ' Tc�s�t af tiaao. On-, Ttolla, aatsai IDEAS FOR  DREjbS Tbo new crepes do chine �u; evening sbailes and puro whit-. nun mnaii figures, dots, stars, wheels and n -i\eii en hroiderul ou their surfaces.    i New taffeta silks, black and in i.....i.,i,., witli the finest- tinsel and cry*- n i .ii.ln broideries, mingled with silk an ii,| ArjHOHisMa. He surely is most in want of naMi. i . |.,, tieuuu who bus uouu of ills owu,- 1-oai  rluueeof tb�w< ill, ami i-,,, ranco of mankind.-Addison. Oue of tbe grwttest of all sjsjnial |ik � If a ,|,iiiw breaks bis thread twenty Kim in' �ni ,,,.,,| it as many. Porseverauca and imu,n,,,,.,n aocomplish wondurs.-Ulair. Our deairvs always luateaW w�h nui- p�,. session*. The knoarledgs that �miioti,i,K r,. roauuyttuakujayad linuairs our enjoyment of tbs good before aa-Johnsan. btroni;. It is an economical banit or. ue�worti�iiiiiw �nw ��.jv .--------,- traveling Japs to get a largo amount of it i�recognized that it owes its present washing ihuii accomplished by a steam- form to tho application-turn-ti-tum-of boat excursion, and lias given rise to'tbe the guitar principles to it. In all likeii-story that iinee a year they travel to hood tho negroes themselves made the wasii. Tla-y have no instinct for laun- frst improvemente upon it, taking sug-dry work like the Chinese, and think it gestions from the guitar, and white folks complete when ihe soap is in the gar- took it up afterward, Anyway, it is as meat, and will not wring it out,-Ex- perfect an instrument now as it will ever change. be. Musioians say that it isn't really a --------..,1-:-i musical instrument at all. but only a bar w'"'.....U,P Jsartar. hsrio thing, to be classed with the torn- |-------------------- New ii-,., fur �,sid pulp are constantly torn.  However, I don't agree with that." t��a�iS�Efr VOi     Bo**' bn"m being deviled, tine of the latest is its -Washington Star I euiployiueiii as iho basis of a plastio ,- aiiii|jOlliul to seriv as a substitute for .      H.\l Hxi Experleaoe. _ lime n.ortai in envering and finishing    A gentleman well known about town TV T. DBPBT, walls, and the pr.�'iw bastwen r�tented. adopted the bright son of his deceased *** ArohlUot. it \*; de-igned to   ssess all the.desirable brother some Umo ago. and bos brought g ,,, ,.,.,,, �.,k h,1M,,, v,^ Muahties of onlinir, mortar wltl. tbe ad- thfl nephew up as a member of his own J^!-^ ���""* HoWl �liiiomd (ptahties ,f being harder, and family.  The little fellow is but fl year when applied m �'�d work in a thin olJi  Qe dearly loves hisuncleand aunt �oat rendering it l,oth fire and water- Tiie former is rather gruff naturally, but New Wk lalegrani. ho is kind hearted and ho thinks a great deal of the boy, who does not appear to "ii.. .i�i]i,r-'Did It mind his gruffnetis.  Recently his nunt he writer of u reeeut book of travels ,Urted ^ to read him ,.UWe comuiuuusly refer, to himself �f "the FaunUeroy." He grew deeply interested ABOHITSHJta. �171 A. OABTBBB, * AxohltsaS, HeuDStBua boudlag, Batealasoa, Una uousiy reier.i to punseu ua. *�w FaunUeroy.    ne grew utwpjy n,i�*wn^w author;'' "the author' saw this, and "the jn jhe fascinating story and followed the author" was reminded of something he trials and trouble* of the llttlo lord very ._____I....      Tn     .      . r, i........i   .1.....1. ........ *1,^ ^.loi... Tiie Writer. had met witli j,i 6,,, "u�^ms"f ?* r^?**?'T' towd'epicting tnocrue.ty...... IiaT IT , , War,1!"'s?,�n .BUf i Sfc �ld ear''but th8 ��y did not seem to mind 'd,. ,e   lS'mpl;   1  ^T4'        O0� at all.  He seemed to know that or�   , I     myh'>ve smU?d~�Lft!,, Fauntleroy would come out all right in or so much over h,� pages.-L S..0. in "Doii't you Uiink that the earl was a mean old follow?" asked his aunt one day as she finished a chapter. "Ob, i,,.,,.!, ,i,.    V*"', V ,       ,n.      I don't know," replied the l�y.   "I think kii 11 he,     J ^      Icould stand him IstoodCncla George." .1 H   l o�',i'''S, ' ':,'hv.t^.B     iZ Theatorywas Unishotl without further kill tie ir '"i-.hj!',',' t!rThey*catch "Isupiioso itia becauseof tbo loudness them 1.,.,, |,K,, ,, tiie 'ek of the head, of his row Umt the lion is thokingof the Ivveh.iii,:,..      '   '' beasts'/" "Oueas so.   And the giraffe ought to i i'i"-j|. tiii.itt.ji, be the pvorscor on the length of his wsult in a New iwtf.-'-Cliatter^ day ihatpne . .f " ^ hltU of rheu-    "u n,UBt    d.i81c,ult,f,0'' tw0 mutes *o pATBHTS. ' Latbt & Baijibbboh, . -Soltdtora of- ambki0an and forbjqs" patbmt8. Building:, �del of something lie triBiB m& trouble* of the llttlo lord very ----  " .lino other region.  To clo8e|y.  His aunt dwelt upon the chap- Booias ^70J sod W! K��, York I4f. �t^^ZA^^T* SsndSfoiOurBook. ICARTtRS | snaiuiis i nt m mmm. Litter Heads, Packet Note Heads, .? Letter Note Heads, Commercial Note Heads, Small Posters, Large Posteraand Bf Pony Statements, Bill Heads, all sizes, Statements, all sizes, Abstract Books, all sizes, i Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Drafts, Bank Checks, Filing Cases, Deposit Checks, Counter Checks, Notary's' Banker's Cases, Crushed Envelopes, Document Envelopes, County and City Warrant Bo \ It wa, .-leiwn iii Kngland town il,,. Kbi'litv..-,' Maimer ji certain rem.nly had lliatis of Iweinv ve;i he charged lor lie 'CUlS.     lie hail Iiei in his liie. -IMroit l'i Statistics and careful , inciease of populal Stales sin,.',, lh^tj iinli. ., i him of rheu- ^ cacll othtrr Mauding, WW .a"    t.Qh noi simply a mutual understand- -..   .jog was fifty .    ,_,New York World t)wrlieuu�UuJ 'P*'--�.--- CURE S!�i Uesdjtalu aad relieve ril tU txooblM luot-deal loTSfilou. ststeol th. jjsunr, .uoa K SPSta-M, ����. Drowfineo, JMsiraw en" SSTilula the Bide. J�. WhUeUirfrBcat SICK had : I'lCSS, dudaelM. yet Carter's Utile UM Mil; ar� nbUus t^(���jiorlii�iioaiul�lut.yimatl�y�Uo r�'    - "��--:-,- I oam?^dii^�nauieitiwub>Uawlf4ettM A PERFECT MAN'S CHARACTERISTICS. I sfrov.4r*g,U.�etowels. -vjatCUaqroiur ouatesof tbe    jiisjaiv, are strong like those of a lion. ,, (ho UniW*    tit, skin ha� the luster aad color of gold, mat there wiU -   ' mcH-om   JKi^lJks.                      '        ' Lai.buh to it. i,,,,,,, ltfim. niTiaaun U Wgh, a�d bin fuel and bands rbo swell negro ,,,,,,,| wM JtSJuj^MI^IU. upabiuijoof thenunt g,,,Blu J�Js^�& ^^VTuoJ � brilliant black, sldning like ion, eliciting a |,luuim, Ui(ttpMjW� ^WjW Jwooook. from the strings with the tU)gu bb4 ^^^j* jJonlUw and Ws body is per- Uwmbofo,i..h�n,l1�lu|eallhWWl*r, aJK^tM-M^ " hu maiiipiilajied the linger " " *-"*�*"**' fret to fret, and now um| theif91 one of thu little Ivory kejH tighter,  II was ill Ida hund "billed auarttuent at ^.UUIsttTW-. jjnsssyieMMi lldhOllj an uuto� , #3l rounded, m loni*�twheuUe�t�Bi�sl MWw.kn.ss. 1 ,in��r�,�r* 'taw *>� nsja�4 m The above is only a put tial list of the goods We etj ry and the work we are prepared to execute prompt We are making a specialty of Magazine Book Binding! and we bind Magazines and Law Books in all styles i at lowest prices. We wish the public co understand we are ready and prepared to execute any kind of Printing or Book Work I Hare stock forms, but can make speoial forms to pi Wo guarantee all work and solicit patronage. M�i)||0rd(irs EeceiyeDPromptOA.ttenti9n. EWS PRINTING AND 9 '&fffl$ft$' (' 8 8   

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