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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                K WEKNESDJ Y MORNING, APRIL 16,1890. Rent Cumpe-5,J�>c*M*ry to \ am to*wnT � smp> earning . Jejr naral women, m�rt Jlma after girlhood "&10 Kite, when habit* are f ornj' gutckly received and adapted pew linn ot work may be ufc otter yean ot oaee and III greatly increased, ange ot choice iu avoca-'ear, and it Moms to be tbat a woman may do The world Is willing to y thing that is done Ins nils slipshod work ia the frail. Whether she reeog-' not, almoet every woman : or known, in aome dlreo-kiestlon the asks heraelt may fdo I like to doT Liking to long presumption In favor of iTbe next query should be: "lit" If she finds she can do irlatlvely well and likes to do \ reasonably euro of succeeding, a the vital, crucial question, (get it to dof  Often the most ia finding an avenue for brlng-thlng excellently well done to e ot those who need that very pay for it.  It requires con-It in watching for an oppor- hmCTIOIt W art. I'ays be ranomDered that Yrstonding of the work pro-Tito mastery ot all its details, Yperionce are essential to the I ly one who has studied the n successful in any departr 1/ �1 with the attention paid to [! t losing the grasp on broad aninra m toe same wayr Ann iisfeagoon oltfxen, our poet determined to remMy tlio anomalous situation. One day be started up, sc.-Mouly Impressed with a lucky thought, !Ii put on his hat and proceeded nt onco to his hatter's, to whom he gave this order: "M/idte the three hats, each a HtUe bigger Chan the other, so that the three ma/ lit into one. It is a new invention in hafa, much noedi'l, and sure to bring you muuu custom, so you cnn afford to produce these trial haUtfrw of cLarge." The 'natter did not see altogcMutr "eye to eye" with tho poet in the matter, but deemed It prudeat to comply. No sooner was our reformer In the poeeeeeton of three hate, which he put on one within the other, than he triumphantly departed to put bin Invention to the test of experience When he mot an ordinary person without title or estate he took off only one of the hats; in passing a. person of condition be took off two hate, and | supplied, costing a than of rank and quality ho paid jiim the compliment ot lifting all the til res ajta. It Is Uruo the boys hooted him and men b,d women smilingly expressed tholrderhdon, ithnt, he'was aware/was the first) outaomi 11 great dljoovirloi-London Tit-Bite. . Dr. Lamcraux'8 BLUOD - AND � NERVE  KING! Cures Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Constipation of the Bowels, etc. A Perfectly Safe and Reliable Purgative Medicine. Price, 50 centn per bottle. WORLD'S CURE FOR PAIN! A never failing Remedy for all I Aches and Faina, such as Rheum a-1 tism, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises, etc.  Midland Pharmacy, Agents.  The trade I 19 and 21 EaBt Sherman Street,? PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DOES A GENERAL DBNTUTS. Work roanatssd. 0, sonUi MalL street A. 8UPPA,;M. D., "Wilkinson, wheu she as-f. of her family to lay out 'gardens and parks, little ' pursuing the business.   But lit now by personally super--nual labor of Inyiug out the. �he Lordon Publio Garden! Jf Vsshrns are carefully m�ie,J�"Is it f * mbine beauty and econfVavo rec I. 'y than the men... [>> skill at pain�M��Pa� vino interee^ff, white' -vhole su'�d in oatue-,'1 bo aroject of archl-itf.tarchitect. She Ruction by designs .characterised by Vfsction of detail, ktion as architect household decora- Who,    S"��e fuejlan TralU. thoughta song was struok up by our party, IIW r. wrNHlxiw with aslJje Fuegiaus Would have fallen down  W . viewed ofehmi'"'-  With equal surprise they * men, when\darning; tnit one of the young waltzing! *k di had uo bbjeetiou to a littlt as they apptttlo accustomed to Europeans dreaded our ifcA to be, yet they knew and them to takeiearms; nothing would tempt bojtgwt forkn � gun ra their liana*. They word cuehilh es, calling thein by the Spanish they wanted, They explained also what of blubber lnff acting as if they had a pleet iug to cut fnsl'olr mouths, and then protend. It was as ea#d of tear it. to satisfy the! to pleaso as it was difficult men aud child* wages. Young and old, word yammers'n, never ceased repeating the me.1' After pihooner, which means "give one after tbajlnting to almost every object, our coats, another, oven to the buttons on as many irful saying thoir favorite word iu then use filiations as possible,,they Would repeat yniiu a neuter sense, and vacantly aslioonefing'jorscliooiwr. After yammer-thoy would for miy nrticlo very eagerly, young woniy a smiplu nrtilico point to their to say, "Is)-ii or little children, as muck as you will> you will not give It nu>, surely Fneguu/> such as tlies�."-"Darwin on the euco and Pauiffouians" in Popular Scl-jfouthly. Dentist. oaes,ieal recui>eration.   In thU tH does tht) gn'at waltz composer hojw to huliilitate the once popular dauceiu the aif� tioiis o/iliumankhid.-Eugene Field's Letter.^ Ji the leeacouipd-bbabiUty of suo-�> tlrst undertook ance, with 3*per v^chascs, w�a so Xbo � guide take* |eetf&K ; Mid DIinmi of the Kj ir inuuths.   It i.s inado of asbestos, the ei-jlmpf and color of a cigur, tho deception �ried even to an imitation of ashes at nd.   It is in reality a mere shell, jii will by tbesmoker with fine After it is "loaded," it jin ordiuary rolled wee , El-h(; ar;t o whis-roTer, marry ul huw |Flk'.  -\ot i a tight K|-�0!ior fi'esh I'sfthe rent. �l� hilarious .d with the |'�.v j then, so I ys. UUngs. j dancing Is ia Johann Strauss Vjf^ponsihle for the If^a.he waltz seems to P� '^ion an imposslbll-liy ^ at ono fell swoop Wkaglng charms of a 3�pl'he quadrille la the f*f!�Mtx.tian; the waits ffisf Field's Jjondon Let- rut;,- Fer a7f or a new boarding houee) �rifMI house In? ite'},B 80De 1 or a pollceauji. t   ernis for board horer' _   :B. I. ed*ucu 11 week!" ^ ,)Qi a week, 'cording to room." " gj-makes a roductionforpcople ^lajlt or two." i.jji'.   No ono ovur Btays' that i   rk Weekly. Wen by � niluence to peculiarly 'eddings. Bhe aud Is com' ^taing, from wraps to fc'j f^s the gowns of the bridal >Ue mother to the little sister iiiald of honor, or the little brother 'j ' page. She attends to the wedding in--ous, arranges the house, plans the floral cations, and superintends the wedding 'idkfast or the evening collation, as the case ay be. -1" A Washington lady, foreseeing the loss of 'her income, carefully considered her capabilities, and earJy �n the BprJag decided to put her energies into the making of ^r&terres, j pickles aud jellies. She kuew ladies of .social rominence and setmred their narass as refer-Sbo had cil'culars printed, which she seni^fo l>eople likely to respond wi.h orders, and put an advertisement iu a ftw newspapers,,. Hhe received orders enough to guarantee her enterprise, but presuming on further poles S�e made about thirty galk-aa of pickles of "various kindii and 350 glasses of jelly and jars of fruit. Hex energy and courage brought a eucc^ss that warranted her enlarging tho bu-iness. An EngH?r- woman from the middle cJase came to An^rka. She had nd inurrelatives and knew mib mutt support herself hero. In her distTff she went to ber re-Jtor, whose first imS�ry was, "\V hut cav you do well!" -Oraduiiiy he drew from ber the fact that tiheh^i learned carpentry in a parish school for training women. A bright thought struck Lin as h& recalled his wife^ impatient walt-irn; for a (^rpenter "to do up tho odd jobs round the house." Tho woman gladly accepted his suggestion of testing her ability at repairs the next day. The rector's wife was greatly pleased and said, klShu'b worth a dozen xnon, she is so handy, and she never leaves a bit of dirt" The rector recommended her to other families and she soon found herself In good demand. She gets $2.50 a day and her lunch and dinner.-Ladies1 Journal. Shjual. i�k� iro�* r^n* w� danger signal, M�"jS>s�f Is increosod; if It it b� rrequflut oatastrbphe is imminent. iS.,�S"wUrS..P�tenhl9 brake at all hex aids or he will probably soon have a leap foi his life. There are very few sets of circumstances in which it is a man's duty to eo on with his work wheu be is in this condition, at all risks. Even a threatened bankruptcy had better be risked than a threatened life. Bo sides, a man who is in the unyielding grip oj a permanent nervous headache is not reallj the best judge of his own circumstances. Hi magnifies and distorts things amazingly. Hi takes counsel of his ftiars and abandons hii hopes and courage altogether. Rest, immo diate and sufficient re^t, is the sovereign remedy. A fortnight at once may be bettei than a year six weeks hence. -American Analyst. -_ Couldn't Unlock the Cunal. A bnrglar in a French village got into the rooms of two men while they were absent, and, fastening the door from tho maide, prevented them from getting in when thej eanie bark. The police sent for tho vilJagi locksmith. But he, very strangely, c;iuldu*l be found, so thoy burst open the door just aj the burglar got upon the roof of the building, He was Been and pursued down to tho street and into a canal. The shock of tho cold batb made him unconscious, and he died in a short time. When thoy washed from his face th - had disguised himseli the riddle of the village locksmith's whereabouts was solved. He was the burglar him' self.-Philadelphia LM-nr. ATTOBiam. Attorneys as �>�w, Offlce oTer �Trst National Bank.  Xatraace oi i Sherman street. AMonsars as Law* Office. roOMis i, 8,8,4, ow Wo. 34 Boath Main Ht JJcCAKTNKy * WUf, Attornejt as Law. Omca, Rooms 10 and U Xasoalo Temple, cor aar jtaln and Shsnnan. gILAH KHOADBJJ, Lawyer, Office over First Katioaalfbaak. v. v. unru. b. n. attorneys al Liw, HatchlasoB, Kansas. . Rooms 11 ana II Mo Boath Main street. A WTXtLXAMS* Lawyori, Eooms 1 and a over Kansga1! store. 'JTaYLOR. JONK8 a TAYLOR, Attorneys al taw, Office, ap-fltalrs, Masonic temple. �JAHAY A EnLKLlNoi Attorneys at Lav, (D. KlrUlng, Coantr A�om�j. Rooms I and 4, Bldllnsw block. 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. J. V. OliYKiR, Attorney at l>aw, Office, south Main street, near com hocs*. STDSIO. pRor. c. a. OAKEB. TeacMer of Plaao, Ory^ui, Tiolin, O-Utas Music stadia, room No. 42, Rote} Bracswl Second a.venue Asst. AROHITHOY8. D. T. JDBPRY, I>o Mot Whisper* Although we may consider a person too ill to be aware of what is taking place about them, they are oftentimes fully cognizant of the merest trifles, and always more or less susceptible to any and all things going on in the sick room. For that reason conversation about the condition of the patient carried on in the room in whispers, or in any mysterious manner, should be avoided and an air of quiet cl\eerfulne98 always'maintained.-Good Houeekiwping. The I'Uc� fur China. If you happen to pick up at a fashionable auction a tine bit of china in the shape of a cup, tbe saucer of which is locking, you must stand It on your toilet table among your silver; keep it half filled with pink powder, and a very fluffy puff with a silver handle fills the other half. If the cup happens tojje Koyal Dresden the effect is particularly good.- New York Sun. � . Thirty yearn ago Adelina Patti was appear-Ing iu Italian opera, and tbe costs lncluaed sometimes Mme� Gazzaaiga, m well as herself , aud BrignoUwos in the company. The admission rates ranged from 25 cents to $1.60 for tho best seats. A Uttlo girl, feeUcff ft sharp pain in her neck, was told that it was "a utitch iu her neck." "Why," she exclaimed, with a terrified look, "ant our bond* sewed on f" ConJi-nHcd Milk. Condensed milk, which is �o much u*sd foi the food of infanLs, is prepared by tdowij evaporating the water of milk by modornU heat. There ore two varieties-tho plain which it, rondeutiod to about O!ie-*ourth of iu bulk and superheated, and to which uo sugar is added, and the stronger variety, which is more condoused, aud to which cane sugar ii added iu excess, yielding about 45 per cent, of sugar among its bolid ingredients. Thil excess of sugar prevents the decomposition of the milk, and it will keep fresh for man} hours after tho can has been opened.-Mori treal Star. By Special Tralii. A womau was at the Third street depot ttu other day to meet a train from the wesl which was an hour late. She of oourso made inquiries as to the cause, and an official finally replied to her: '*! believe they found aculvert washed out, ma'am." "Oh, that's it? Well, can't you send orw out to tbein by special train v-Detroit Fre� Press. Sources of Colors, Turkey red is mada from tbe madder plant, wbkib grows in Hiudoostan. Tho yellow say of a tree of Siatn produces gamboge; tbe na> tives catch the sap in cocoanut shells. Raw eiennu is the natural earth from the neighborhood of Sleuna, Italy. Ilaw umber is also on earth found near Unibrla, and burnt.- Medical aud Surgical Reporter. Room BKU-At National B*nk t-'iUdlnK, Ui Ineoa, Esneas. A. QARTHUR, ArenJt�et, Kimxaenaan building, Hutchinson, Kcbbm. CARTERS1 ITTLE IVER P3LLS. SPECIALTIES 1 THE JOB DEPARMTEHT. | Letter Heads, Packet Note Heads, Letter Note Heads, Commercial Note Heads, Small PosterB, Large Postersand Bills, | Pony 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 Envelopes, Document Envelopes, County and City 'Warrant Books Bsk Hndaolutnd nllsnsll tLstraNss ltd. dsnt to m bUloo* sUto �f th� tyiuur. sttoh se DlnsloM. Kanses. Dtdwsidws, Dlstzws sitcc SAtlng. Psln In ths Bide, ho. Whlla thc*r moss issssasble suoxss !>* been shown la curiae FASHIONS FOR MEN. "raf ku ITUIorfc Tret. .3, ou Uiti olU JElder "Wiiiison i, K. '., Iius baeo felled.  It 'ad had bean utilized     the �d .selling times of tho :(Dorr tb'uce for guns.  Itntoc�l In U i in was cut down bM-uuse of Its foiling.-rMteitypulev A N,w Wajr of OtwrtlnK. Apropos ot the desire Intel y expressed for "A Wir/ of. preeUng," 1* ��y be inter-atting to tell how, 300 year* ago, ,& poet of that period was consumed with a similar desire, and hovr be Invented a new Instrument of mlatatfon, with whit came of is. He had btrnhmg i ��odta4r with tiiat .BnUJormity wUsb oonfounds all �j:d disUngnlsbe* nothing. "If ia the street^" be often said to bint-calf. "n gwiMemaa, a tradaeman or a servant siiouJdtKW me, is it not monstrous tbat a ma, i who pbjoe* blmwlf oa a knowledge of Htn.onfl mirmya�hopId..he. obUradtotsUrto Bleeves in all coats will be out wider from shoulder seam to cuff than heretofore. For business suits in mixed goods th� single breasted, round cornered sack coat will be tbe popular short coat. Of trousers In general not much may b� eald beyond tho fact that the designs have a rich, sober and durable aspect. Overcoats are made with tho utraight backs, without seam and in a variety of materials, tbe fuvohtu beinjr. tho �oft Anions. Special designs foi' troostrings of outing fabrics are one color, aud unoblxusive stripes and a few extreme novel ties in darker effeots in imitation of casiuieres. Iu dress suits tbe. eof t Angoras and diagonals have almost entirely superseded all other olotija. Coats either are flntshed with o narrow, flat braid or are �liiglo rtitoiujd. For single and double breasted saok suits fancy cheoks and stripes will bo muob used, and as the market; shows a large variety oi trinse materials, the choice is wide and individual taste raj^y be consulted. audsebe. vet Getter's Utile User run an> Qosll? vuasble in OoutltKtion, curing sad pre-fe&tuiB tMssnnoyuigeo3ipt&int,wUue tberslso eoireet^jdl disorders crtboatomach.sUinulal� the Uvet-.v^lnsuUtethebewsls. MVenUtaeronlir HEAD AoD�th�rvould l^jftlmtMitprlotlMeto thwvbG auffev from this distressing co.o*)Ulnt; hatt^rtv O&Uly tfasrirgoodnesn doo* notrjdhei^.ftml thorn vbooa&etrj UiomtrL.) And these UtUe pilliTela-ihl*�? voauj way* th�t ihvf will not be vU-ning Ut do wlthCQt tUem. Bat after �11 sick tw*4 ACHE SytheV&A?of bo ninny lives '.tut hew iu wlvre fTotBA\CwOU> gretxt botvst. Our pillj cur* it while oilier* do not. Oartor'a Little Liver Pill* are very email .ud very uuy to take, OnaortwopiUamakeadoee. They are BtrioUy ve notable aua do not gripe or purge, bni by t1e> ^antUvLction plitate all who um theuL. IutU! X 2P centi: five for $<. Bold by druggtita ever   /here, or tent by niall. CftCTER fcicJlCtNE CO., New York. k&E Ssnllfe SnailPim The above is only a partial list of the goods "we carry and the work we are prepared to execute promptly. We are making a specialty of Magazine Book Binding! and we bind Magazines and Law Books in all styles and at lowest prices. "We wish the public to understand that we are ready and prepared to execute any kind of Printing or Book WorkI B. F. OARY, Mattress ft Awning Factocy Carpet Laying, Upholstering and Repairing.        * No. 19 Avenue A "Butt, Have stock forms, but can make special forms to 6rd�r, We guarantee all work and solicit patronage. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.   Address, NEWS PRINTING AND PAPER UO., Hn tchinson, Kas.   

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