Hutchinson News, April 18, 1890

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April 18, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 18, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Bndad r. in the fail Ootr�l !>im> one bo-'n prevailing of American icn, as Bjj-.i I \tts of w> ' ; �rt "p-uke n Ms h'jolor wob dflflp l>o uit wa� � pulpy �f >'ilng his way inn 'lies f vtrnngo fruit ii^ ��l the dmler: *�* d'.hatr" rent I replied the fruit vn.TWOBltjporKir. laH .t "that's a caju nnd jit'y, I p>e�. It'�  lend,'' h-t00l for while It ie one apmetiilij c00i and refrwblugo' a.r^,;SIDAY HORNING, APRIL 18,1890. nmnci iMHVi'llrelws, that �!� ,elU,f torJtnyins ,,t lain. R� IiuI-m want roo.1 a./,,,Mllt ,,,,,.,,afqu,,;. Ina, Ad-and rr, inique "deoora-Ir Sets in Pririt- Oream Bets, s our goods. .Hanginj;, Fine , Dried Feael ,ji Dried OnrraB.. Hlck w -a Prune*- Cellforn' >*' Raj-�"�s�ibl(.� from ith �i> have to do jj'ie twenty-four t before fi a. m. and ready for morning drill. The blue jacket* have to l>e put through their DvoltitiotiH iiko tsoldivrs, tnaivhiiig in squad* and practicing at tho guns. In the afternoon it is likely there will be another drill. During Dip intervals of Mich Untie.-* you may loaf or go to Bleep. In this way in life on board ship mndo up. For my own pari I would rather livo on laud." SHU'S HA1TY AND CiTIlKUV. 1SK. "But you havti an agreeable companionship Oi%moog your fellow otllcersP1 ''It all depends. When tho ward room mess - composed exclusively of jolly nnd congenial n thiugti go very pleuhuiuly, but such a unatocondition of alfaii-n is rather the on ibmi the rule. There are many inhappy ships in the wuviee, as wo it, than happy oue.R. You see, social -'ijidor yich circmni-tances is reduced Mrters, and suiall tilings be-Binoyances. A tlijoi^iv-eahlo iy way to lw avoided or got llou much discomfort, but n source of uucomfortuble-ut of sympathy among tho an It be, exiiecled that the eai"8 could Hud compauiou-ng ensign not loug out of the or vice versa? Such differ-Kfifi* and opinions zero necen~ W^it not of discord, at least of ^K^^ executive officer, who 60'" tho ward room mens, is Wfi pcrsou, things are mudt: ex-Hseruble. Hu may U:lmvi> in a Banner, carrying his authority k> f tit, and tho very meal.-, will bo .datable through liii* b'.id temper, lly do for him to go bo far to iblo nunii'.'i'H of tlw� other ofll-ult them in uuy way, bti-:ui!-e n their power to w�.'k lviln-ss for y by miwtiuj; him on shore and i; but he c/.i) do pretty nearly ft of that. Over the couvei^a-lard ho has control, and, when that a disciiKoioti has gone far iys simply: 'That will do, genii imagine the position of a cap-WfVary enjo^nble one," MOMITY OT?'bUU�U0ARD. dly such for muuy reasonH. To Tlt is exceedingly ditllculc for the bi ship to maintain agreeable relu-U'jjy with bis officers and to keep up - ^jline at the same time. If the com-~*s man-of-war woro seen to (udulge cing familiarity with una of the lieu-'tateingle act would loosen dit>cipUne ftbevosstil. From that time on tho dot would 1m) more ut eaae with the �e officer, the petty officers would bo a lore fuuiiUar iuaildre^biug the younger auts, and the blue jackew would pay a y leaMrespectfuiatU'iitioii to the orders ie patty oiUcent. Kverything on board \ outwardly proserve an air of tho coldest *ahty, olfee before you kuow it thero will i Vmblo, which can only ho witUi.il by put--Hx score of the men In ironn and dropping VxKdal courtesitsi betwetui tho captJiin^ \ i and the word room. The cuptuin must �yn maintain the role of an absolute mou-Jj. What ho soyH u> law. Nominally a j-jiUun has power of life and dwuii over any *.e on lioard, but he would never curry It to tat extreme, unless iu case of mutiny, aud e is chary of ududuuitering pnnUhmettt, for ^Ihe reason that any common Jiciilor under him I has the ear of the captain's own masters if he haft mi abuse to compluin of, for the captain iw obiigud by tho reguiatious to forward to tho hocretary of tho navy ttb Washington any documcjit whiolt the meuttcbt blue Jacket may choose to hand to him for such trammufteloo. lie may murk it 'Nut approved of,' but ho ban got to send it, and it may cau^ bLa own, court martial aud oven dismissal from the service in case the ocmtplaiut i& of u tulllcieutly seri-oub iifttui'o and iu tiustaiuod. "We bove KoniebpelUoC coni|�arative liberty, of courso, when we aro on leave. Oo toy bust leave 1 went out west and the people I inefcuaiU, 'is the navy etill going ouf 'Oh, yes,' I repliwi al ways,'it is KliU goiug on.' 'You niuat ii�vo to sttvo up your pay for aucb liuieH iw thhi, when you don't earn anything,' ono old farmer m)gge*ted. Ami wheu I told him tbat my pay went on while I wan on leavo he was indignant 'What!' he oxcluim-od, 'do you mwtn to my that you git paid for delft1 nc�liln't '�h' congressman to-night f, A*fiflt ilxedP ''-Interview iu Washiiigtun ourfflf. '-ht�A> ----------------- ly to lL How (Iw Jnpanevn I'lilnt* as Wfvs said that a Jnpaueso artist never thinks faifjiainting so much.as a blad-j of gross until am has watched it from it* sprout to its fall. ..'hat is to t>�y, if he is goiug to paint a flower or a plant, he goeet with p�>arlftly and cruelly)-Oh, tio; "all is no gold that glitters.1' -West Shore. A .11.Ml.-rn )1. .o. He was u hmive. hewoie dude, Wlio�; Chwhtlau name was LiUlo, HtwueU a heli'iless attiimle, I>oah Udrig silly. ~Washingtoo Star. 11 Add knocked (lit tojj#S&?;you dpathly sick, and iA,�krtSi flfttit, Tho Brazilian ) eaten. You havo to '^-^Sfre^er''-"What are the habtU of rasj^uliar fruitr "Well," BflftTTi.?, T^odian of the caju. "that one in the window^ is-What they call a garden caju because it Is a cuirj.vuted one, but It grows wild, very wild. They^.iake a claret wine of the wild caju dowu in L.:**i* that tho ttatlves dote on. It will staud you on your head In leas than ten minute*. Tha cultivated fruit sometimes turns out red, like that one, but it is aleo apt to be yellow, and perhaps pink. Tho ways of the caju aro in no way influenced by its color, though. A red one can't discount a pink one, and a yellow one Is as much of a thoroughbred ai either of the others. The pulp of the most luscious orange Isn't bidf as tempting as the inside of the caju, but the caju pulp Is poison. Jttico is what tho caju ia for. I'll bet that red one yonder has more than a pint of juice In it, aud if you ever taslixl it you'd never lot go until youeugulfod the whole of it There's nothing Oner. The swell Brazilian tnicks the jufcp out of n caju every morning before breakfast." "What does tho caju wear that rosette for on its big end!" asked the reporter. "Well, that isn't exactly a rosette," replied the fruit dealer, "butit looks like one, doe�n't it! That is the seeds of tho fruit- They are put on the outside to make room for more juice inside, I suppose, and for another very important reason. If they grew on the inside the sucking of a caju would tie followed by the iustaut and complete'annihilation of the sucker's stomach. You can't see the feeds, because they are covered up by pulp. That pulp has a juice of Its own, and wherever it happens to touch your flesh a big blister will rise up and burrow itself into the flesh like the burning head of a parlor match, Tbe3' don't seem to mind it down in Brazil, though." "Do you intend to introduce the caju in our marketsf" asked the reporter, "Well, we bad thought of it some,'' said the fruit dealer, "but I have an idea that we can't hope to make a luxury popular up here that is liable U> kill you if you eat it ami burn you up if you handle it1'-New York Sun. Elurse Fleah an Food In 1'arU. The introduction into Paris of hor&e flesh as an article of food was due to M. Deeroix, former president of the Society for Protection to Animals, who brought it Into public notice in 1600. Ho practiced what he preached, and partook largely of the viand that he recommended so highly, declaring that it possessed oil the nutritive properties of the best beef. The statistics concerning the consumption of horseflesh as an article of food in this city have been published. No less than 17,000 horses wero slaughtered for the market in 1SSS, to say nothing of 'Ml asues and & mules. Only one-third of the meat thus obtained was eaten in the form of steaks aud roasts; the rest was worked up Into sausages, and, in fact, the equine race furnishes by far the largest part of the material used by the sausage makers of Paris. Horse flenh is said to exhale a peculiar odor when uncooked, and can readily be detected by a practiced inspector in that way. But whea well cooked it is impossible for the daintiest palate to discover the dlfforenoe betweeu it and the very best beef.-Paris Letter. and in small denon,t awny and thought !h2f^Jitho "Ptti'd done. A few days I � H'2j*fcj?�we*rn boy down staira wait ^tyjfi **^ndt�at" wi 'rd fc answered tho near ending doww ____ >.meto fool away v>i'\) ft boy, l>u^l"^P I went below and found my waif at-^'o door. He had evidently been gotten up for the occasion. His face was clean and he had on a nncktio made of a faded blue ribbon. He raid he had a present for me. This rather amused me. "I told my mudder wat yon done for me," be said, "and she said as hoT? I must bring you dis and to tell you dat she made it wld ber own bauds. Sbe makes dat Btufl? to sell, sir. I hope you won't trow It away." I opened the bundle and found it contained about two pounds of home made molasses candy. You ougbt to hove Boon that boy's face bright an when I told him I would take tho candy. "You'll find it good," he said, "Myrriudder made it, and if you Is afraid it ain't good Til bito oflf some to show you."-Chicago Times, The Practical Side of Hypnotism, Lot one think and say what one will about the crudity aud intellectual barbarism of much of the philosophising of our contemporary nerve doctors; let one dislike as much as one may please the thoroughly materialistic attitude of mind which many of them show; still, their work, as a whole, Is sanctified by its positive, practical fertility. Theorems about the unity of the thinking principle will always be, as they always have bet'ii, barren; but observations of fact lead to new issues nd infinitum. And when One rellecta that nothing loss than the cure of insanity-that direst of human afilictions-lies possibly at tho end of such inquiries as those which M. Jauet aud his confreres are bogtu-uingT one feelf as if the disdain which some spiritualistic psychologists exhibit for such researches were very poorly placed. Tho way to redeem iKv.iple from barbarism Is not to stand aloof, and sneer at their awkward attempts, but to show them how to do tho samo thiugs better. Ordinary hypnotic suggestion hs proving itself immonsoly fertile In the therapeutic field: nnd the subtler knowledge of subconscious states which we are now gaining will certainly increase our powers lu this direction many fold.-Professor James iu Scribner's. Hard HU. "Why do you always ask, njy dear. Such foolish quest ions j'' said Dm linear. ''HeettUse they seem," replied the fair, *Th� only ones that you eau answer." -Judge* Sh� UlHurined Him. Eiamiuing Attorney (lu,witness)--What' your ago, madam! Witness (with a charming smile)- It wouU do you no good to know, sir, for I am mar ried and out of tho market. Then the court smiled, and the bar smil**d anil the examining attorney himself smiled und the question was not pressed.-Bostot Courier. A SucKfSttoit, It's wroug for ev�*ry one to kiss The baby; wa.it IvU UU'\\ When she grows up to sweet sixteen The pleasure v ill be greater. ttpliiacou's. riatlery. Unto the man of mender worth Is de:ir nii'ifn fulsoi:!.- chait.*r. While Hattery l the nuiu uf pdrts But makes him feel the llutier. - Uurlictgtmi tYee rre*a. llti T'Kik the Hint. Mr. (JiH�leiK>ngh-I have w> much tnmbl with the pronunciation (,f my name; It properly pronounced Good-no, you know. Shu (shyly) -Yes, but it is Good-enough fot me.- Wcdt Hhore. > ^lot \ (juickly Cur*-d. The mutdeu fair had a fall-To walk tihe was not able, Itnt wheu a mouse leaped through the wall She jumped upon tins table __-Yankee Blade. TtM> Uaidy Luv*r, She jilted him. The doctors said He'd never survive, the shock; Y.-t next d&y he got out of bed And put the ring iu hook. -Racket Sl�� Kuew How She Veil, "I feel ejected!" exclaimed Mrs. Fangle. "You menu de-jectcd," said her husbam with a superior air of wisdom, "No; 1 mean ejected-I feel put out, yoi know,"- Judge. 1U\ versed. A feeble swain Inverts the rule And ^ires thu maldun sjwrt; lteeause he courts her ridicule She ridicules his court _ - Exchange. Singular. Benedict- -H w singular that you are bachelor. Bachelor-Of course it is; if it wasn't sin gular i wouldn't be a bachelor.--Now Yorl Journal. About Insaniry. Tbe census shows that we havo oue insane out of every 018 native born, while tbe foreign {>opulation has oue insane in every iiW), figures which should receive thoughtful consideration. The census showB in 1880 nearly 40,000 insane in asylums and hospitals, now increased to upward of 60,000. As to restraint necessary for tbe insane, hypnotism, while proving of value in certain casejj, like the insanity of persecution and moral perversion, where the patient develops incorrigible viciousness, is still too mysterious to bo depended upon. As to the recovery of the in sane, statistics would show that Insanity over ouo year's duration is well nigh hopeless, but this Is evidently duo to the want of intelligent, methods of cure, as recoveries are reported of cases from three to ten ynare' duration. Where there Is no progressive mental weakness ttie outlook is not whorty hopelc even'after a long period. Even chronic cases may recover, and desponding views of them are unsafe and unwise.-Shirley Dare iu Washington Htur. How to Eiitur a Carriage. Parisian authorities have b^eu debating whether the ho&t or the guett should enter t carriage Ural. After much argument the fol lowing conclusions have lieeii reached: If the host be a woman she tibould euter first and bhuuld seat herself so that her guest shall sit at her right, but she should not neglect to explain to her guest that tho wishes her to occupy tho seat of honor at her right. If tbe host be a man the guW. enters the carriage first and takes the seat to the right of whoro the host is to sit. In entering a carriage a gentleman should never pass in front of o lady seated within; he should rather walk around to the further aide of the car-! riage and enter by tho outside door.-Chicago News.__ The MfiKicot ut the Civil War. ' Our civil war, as Col. Henry L. Abbot, of tbe engineers, says, was fought with the rifled musket of 18V), whie.h was a muzzle loader of 0.58 inch caliber. It had a 500 grain bullet, which, with a charge of tio grains of powder, obtained an Initial velocity of l*i0 feet. Its penetration, measured by a number of pine planks it could traverse, each an inch thick, placed 1,S' inches apart, was 11 at a00 yards, Cat 000 aud U at 1,000. The highest point of the trajectory was *J0 inches ubovo the line of sight nt 'J00 yards range and 40 inches at 300 yards. Our pmsent service arm, tho Springfield rifle of lt>7y, i* an advance on that of iHw.-Forum. rue v�*u \ I lixik into uiy Ueurt wuti write, And that U w liy uiy versesA liwt.t&ti of t^iii^ beaite, are lhjhi Ami empty 'i,-)d fefiuj. At thft top U thu head of thv Pan, OO. of which cupiils are ollVring the yi| this god hv rtqireHi'nted as playing front cover of the mirror a young $ la etched with block Kilkeu hair ext-tho base of theoruanwut.- Jowehjrjl rosstbUttlen of Touth. Originally it was a legend that the period of man's life was limited to thirty years. Man not being satisfied with his short term of existence prayed to God to lengthen it, and he answered man's prayer and took twenty years from the life of the mule and gave it to man. Man still prayed for more, and God added twenty years from the life of the dog. Not being satisfied, man prayed for mora, and his prayer was answered by twenty years from the life of tho ape being added to his. This was, of course, unly a legend, but it illustrates wonderfully the four btatesof man's existence. First his youthful life of the first thirty years?nil of vigor, ambition and grand acts; then twenty years of the Blavish, brutish life of the mule; then twenty more of he faithful life of the dog, and lost the child like, simple and mere animal existence of the ape. Tho first thirty years of life ore the greatest of all. They make up a period in which oil great things are achieved and all good seed is sow n. If this period is allowed to go by without having been profitably utilized, it is a loss never to bo regained.-Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf- BLOOD � AND Cures Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Constipation of the Bowels, etc. A Ferlectly Safe and Reliable Purgative Medicine. Price, 50 cents per bottle. WORLD'S CURE FOR PAIN! A never failing Remedy for all Aches and Pains, such as Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises, etc. Midland Pharmacy, Agents. The trade supplied. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, L. WIH8LOW. * Dcntlin, Work (roftrtntefrtl. omen, fx li, ionU> llttt. (treat. 10cm, otii h. PHYSICIANS. G.; a. scjffa,;m. d., Diseases of the Bye, Ear, Noseband _ Throat. Office Vo. 1. North Main street. Keeldenca Grace Church Rectory. Office hours 9 to 10180 a. ~ a to 4 p.m. 8: H. StDUHOSB, Physician M4 Sttrgwm. Offloa crr�r SldhnK.r'. drag itor*. Offin m. pious, 1�; nNldanceM. Phyilolan and Sai^sun. Offlc* ont No. S), soatk Msln nreeL ^jT T. P. ROBBirrson, Phyiloiiu* wut garsaon. O&m, roomi Suns, mi poetodo*. J 8. XALOOUI, (HOBttptthlc) OfflM, IU |�t �t tier Main and Hhernaa. Leprosj lu Civ tilled Xjinds. Accordinc; to Dr. Moreil Mackenzfe, leprosy, tbe scourge of the middle ages, has not become practically extinct anions Europeans, but Is really spreading. It bus between. 1,000 and 1,1300 victims in Norway, is found also in Portuftal, Greece and Italy, and is rapidly spreading in Sicily, in tho Baltic provinces of Russia and in France, while the British Islands are not exempt from it. In the United States cases have been found m California, lu t>ome of tho states of the northwest, in Utah, and in Louisiana. Many cases exist in New Brunswick. Iu the Sandwich Islands the disease first broke out in IS53, and there are now 1,100 lepers in .the Molokoi settlement alone. The disease is exteudin^ in the West Indies. In Trinidad there were three cases iu 1300, 800 in 1878 and probably more than 1,000 now. Leprosy exists in Australia and New Zealand, and is estimated to have more thuu a quarter of a million victims in India.-New York Telegram.____________ lioouatH for Food. All of the people who live in the hot, dry plains that stretch from the Atlautio coast of the Baliara clear through the Nile valley and Syria to the wide Bteppes of Central Asia, constantly make food of roasted locusts, and find in them, in roots, and In certain grubs, a sure resort in times of great drought and consequent scarcity. The same is true of the plairu) of South Africa, and tbe Bechuonas say that they know when a man has been eating locusts by the peculiar odor that be exhales, but to a white nose a Bechuana warrior id bo odorous that nny special quality of it is qui to indistinguishable.-Buffalo Express. glLAS BHOADB8, lawyer. " Office over First NaUonslIbank. w. a. unvis. h. nunc* ; Attorney* ftt Law. Hntchlnoon,Kansas, , Booms Hand IS No Sooth Mam street. Tbe (billed States HI tie. The Springfield rifle of 1873 ia a breech loader, caliber 0.-15 inch. Tho 405 grain bullet, with a charge of 70 grains of black powder, bus an Initial velocity of about I.IftCfeet. Its penetration iu pine planks at 500 yards is nearly 0 inches. The highest point of the trajectory at 230 yards range ts 15 wcha*; at 550 yards rango, 11 feet, and at 1,100 yards range, fiO feet, above the line of Bight. Tne dangerous horizontal space at 500 yards range ia 200 feet; at 800 yards, (X* feet, aud at 1,050 yards, 75 feet. But great as is this advance since our war, the weapon is now antiquated In European estimation.-Forum. Some Stroiic Wills. There ore human wills," says Dean McCoy, "which are resolute aud strong in their grip us bulldogs. They are tisually found in men and women of ignorant minds and coarse natures-ignorance and coarseness but make them the more cruel tyrant*. I always know a house in which one of these bulldog wills Is to bo found by the cowed and uneasy look of its other Inmates." Plain, On.fs rl's head ndlng to Weekly. The Human Family. The human family t*>day consists of about 1,450,000,000 individuals. In Asia, where man wo* first planted, there are now about 800,-000,000,01* hu avuragoot 1120 to the tquare mile. 111 Europe there are :i20,000,000, averaging 100 to the hquare mile. In Africa there aro 210,000,000. In America, North and South, tber* are 110,000,000, relatively, thinly scattered ant I recent. In the islands, lar^a andsnioll, probably 10,000,000. The extremes of tut* whlto and black am as live U) three, the remaining -7004)00,000 being intermediate, brown and tawny.--Brooklyn Eagle. X Walt's Gratitude. Mr, Oliver, People's Theatre: One night laatwluterl found the characteristic bootblack hoveriug about tho fiLeuuj luvuer in the entrance to tbo theatre. It was ouo ut the coldest nighte of the whiter. The boy' was ragged. I don't kuow what overcame me, but I thought to my^lf: "Now here is a boy whoia really deserving." I almost tied u string to Chi*, thought' the moment it passed uctoes jny mind, but I didn't. I asked him his name and where he lived. He answered me quits satisfactorily. I asked hhn If he thought his mother would,wwjk �l>QAkhim.it ba w*aku Wliy tliti Japanese Stuep. Dr. Kidera Yasunfcu has been inquiring into the cause of the habitual stoop of tbe Japanese, aud concludes that It is due to their excessive politeness, tho bent posture being considered oue of deference.-Montreal Si ar. A Woman Worth Tea Millions. Mm. Emily H. Moir, who inherited the great Morgan estate, has her fortune counted as high as ten millions of dollars. It is In vested largely in high priced, dividend paying securities, which bring her a very large Income. Hhe pays, it is reported, more taxes on personal property than any other woman in New York,-M, E. Coultnt Letter. JjAVTliBON A WILLIAM a, Lawyers, Booms 1 and 8 over Kanaga's store. JIAYLOB, JONK8 A TaYLOB, Attorneys at Ltv, Office, ap-fltalrs, Htsonlc templa- QABHT A mazUNtt, Attorney* at Lav*. (D. Ktrkltng, County Attorns;-Booms 8 and 4, Hldllnger block. J. V. OLTKJEB, Attorney at Law, Offlc*, south Mala street* sear eoart coom. KTJBtO. pBOr. 0. B. OAJEBB, Teacher of Piano, Organ, Ttolln, 9, inoh ar. DlTiLufii, Kuuaea, DrowBioeBi, DlstitM aftet eatlnit. Pain la the Bide. fto. WhUe thb'r meet nmakmab^s suc*xM baa been abom In otitlns SICK He�duhe, yet Oartor*s Little Ltver KUi am *o.aaU7 vatosbla In Oonstipation, curhae and pre-renting tV'saanoyluKCOJuplolni.wMlAthsyslaW eorr*ciHI disorder* of tho itomsch^Umiilr-ia the livflj regnhvte the Soweli. uven if tauy only " HEAD Aohstha^wonldbealmostprlmaafiestothOMvha suffer from talsdtt.trneiibig co.anUUat; butt-rt�-itstelytuelrgoodneiisdoeB *i6trad here, snd tbo** who once try them trtil find these little pills tola-bish; r,e many way* that thty wLl not be wil-alug(oaowlthoDtthem. ButiftursUslekheld ACHE Tki the hat* cf so msny live* thst hcie fa wfecir* ws xnrto oqw giwt boast. Our pills our* it whll* others do nut Outer's Lirtls liver Pills are very small .ui4 very essy to take. OnBor twopUUuiAkw*do*6. Tboy sro itriotly vegeUblu sua do vat grip*

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