Hutchinson News, April 22, 1890

Hutchinson News

April 22, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HI'TOHTNRON DAILY NEWS: TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 22,1890. MA BILL Opposite Hotel Midland, Is your place to buy your French China, Adamantine China, Semi-Porcelain^and Ivory Early Dinner Wear, Both in Sets a:ad open stock of the most unique .decorations i_C"J Six, Ten and Twelve Pieces Chamber Sets inJPrint-ed and Hand Painted Decorations. Water Bets, Beny 8et:i Bread and Milk 8et�, (co Ureum Sets, Hanging, Stand ud Bud Lsmyii. (llgggmre. Please call and aee our goods. RUDESILL & DAYKIN. A BEAU CONVERSAZIONI HOW THE TAME BEARS YEARN AFTER THEIR FOREST HOMES. mmm Family ConAdeAces from Imprisoned Bun In Central Frntk-Tit ought fid Hears W1U Brlnff Vp Ttielr Cubit Ttmi�-f�a-buU Better than Men. Tho bear pit in Central park was surround-ed by tbe usual collection of admiring sptv-tators, Tto brown buar from tho Rockies .and tho black boar from Pumisylvacia were walkiup around and looting column. ' *'B*o tho cute and cunning bwirs 1" exclaimed Elady to her little boy. "Isn't it too bad to ut them up eol Sue bow they pine for their r away forast home. Pars in thi* rubes to jtbem, Johnnie 1" tTohniifo passed in tho cakes, mid other pity* |lng admirers handed in n lot of [wanuta and paodfuls or candy. The bears accepted the (toothsome offoringa and retired to the grotto >in the rockK. I "fining for our far away forest home!" [chuckled the black near, cramming a cuke in mis mouth and poking the brown bear in the [ribs. "Are you pining much, Browny t1' "Not as far as the returns are in I" replied itbe brown, flipping a peanut .shell into the Iplfc and grinning from ear to ear, "This boats doubling up in a holler tree or mole In the rocks and sucking paws all win- doesn't it?" said the black War. [ "Dow it!" replied the brown. '"Why, this . tip a snap t No more snooping aruuud in tho Mitn Ut woods, rooting for f�n.b and dodging (buckshot for mol How's that onkef i "Better'u a ton o1 wild honey I Here, grab i� piece, I only wish I could git word up to (some o' ray /ulks in Pennsylvania to come jdown here and be tame bear.'. Is the peanut* JgoodP "Beechnuts and aeorna can't hold a candle tto One side of 'e:n. Shuck a few. 1'iuitig (for far away forest home, ehl Certainly I -Chuck over a toothful o' that candy, please. 'Bay, you never told mo yet how you hap-jponcd to strike hick and git tired in here, Blacky." HOW BLACKY WAS CA ITCHED. "I was taking a tstrull iu tiie woods, ues>i-.tating between a pig that belonged to a llarmer a couple of miles away and a lieo Kkip ibat I knew was full o' honey in an orchard about a mile in the other dinietiuu, when I got my eyes on a man who wii* limping clong toward whero 1 stood. 1 was in the scrub oaks, and he couldu't see me. "I didn't hesitate a second. 1 hud him by jthe neck la less time tuau it takes to u-li it. Add bis wife don't know to thUdiiy, it hain't jUkely, why he never got back lioum. I took thlm to my don, but found he was t>o old and (thin that be was no good, uud 1 had to throw thlm away. He had ft big, tint bortle in hi* jxjekot, uud I took it out and smelt of it. The ettuT tlitt' was in it smelt elegant. 1 t as tod of It and it tasted elegant. 1 nwiggud ut it till I ]t�gan to tumble around anil yell like a painter, 1 rutnemtx*r kicking Until o* my young ones out o" doors, and that's all 1 re-;me*fc your too naila!*' b&id the brown. �"Whan I do the wild bear act again you can Jhave my akin for an ulster! We're the people h*ri\H , So the two bearaweut out in the pit and walked around and wblued and looked eoi-emn, W some more people would feel orrr jar tbem, becauM (boy werepinlug-toMbtfr imr away forest UomeA-New York Eveniaf cam . Pluck t*T, .>�ws-(i,-i|h'r�- hp.tnose days, nuin1n-n*ng neautifully1but heaven was very �rciful to thf* birds!'"-ChiVagn Times. Superstltlou in ttidla. One of the nmjierous templL-s in India i Tains a couple of reboot the god to whom it is dedicated, one of which is the last footprint made on the earth by tho god before ascending to heaven. Tin's footprint is iu tbe solid rocks, showing I hut. the god gave a vigorous push tu start htmw'U \vel\ on the way and it bntKiut two feet iu length, showing that, he was of supf-r-Ueroie stature. The other relic in a tooth of the god. Koine years ngo the temple wn� captured by Kuropeuns, and the sacred totjf.h was ground to (>owder and thrown into the river by the irivveren captors. But, lite *uirtic)eis of the tooth came together, so the priests say. and assumed their original fchaj.>o, and the perfect tooth was found reposing on a Jraf. It wuh cJiri'fully replaced in the altar of tbe temple, inside of nine golden caskets, where it remains to this day. The blind worshijiers believe it to be the original tooth of thuir god, and their faith is not at nil shaken by the fact that naUiral-ists who have examined it pronounce it to he the small moJnr tooth of an elephant.-St. Paul Pioneer-Pre?s. Bright Young Actresses Whose Time Is Coming. WIM.1N4 TO WAIT FOB tttOKY. Bessie Tjree. � Ctrl of the Sunny South, with llrllltant PrntpNU-Nannrtte Cam* teek, Who Dady Morgatvt Douglas having married a leader of the Tyree ciau. The first Tyree arrived in America in and sustained the honor of his lighting ancestors by espousing the cause of the colonists with sword and musket in the Revolutionary war. Nor was he the lost one of the family to bear arms in defense of his convictions, During the late civil war three Tyreea (who afterward had the honor of becoming uncle* to Miss^Bessle) served as colonels in the Confederate army. When the struggle had ended the Tyrees found that they had been among the heaviest sufferers by the fortunes of war. Tho old homestead iu Virginia still stood, but little else was left unscathed. Some years later Miss Bessie was born. gemie pari* tmo the- emotional.' ffffard study will accomplish these etid�, her proa* peeUs for the kind of success sho desires are guod, for she devotat four or five hours every day w* study aud prnialr*. With the lime spfut at tht> theatre during regular performances and rehearsals, this makes her working days longer than those of the average woman, or man either, for that matter. Miss Comstock wns born in Albany, N. Y., but now, when, she is not on tho road, shw lives very quietly with her mother iu Now York. Mi�8 Comstm'k is the sister of Alexander Comstock, the "veil known theatrical manager; but she is tho only one of the family who has over gone on tho stage. Thero is nodaubt, however, that sho has chosen properly, "Do you know,'1 she says, "I am perfectly happy tho moment I pass the stage d has. been on the stage a shorter time even than Miss Comstock; but the date of her birth, unfortunately, would not allow an earlier In-ginning. This is Miss Annette Lei ami, i�tat U; sho plays the part of the baby in "Booties' Baby" with much grace and feeling, nud dt enn be said without fear of arousing jcaUmsy) (s the most, popular member of the c-mpauy. ,illa Vane pht.veil the part of Gertrude FMi�gham in "Shenandoah" during its long "u.i in New York, but Is to basely desert the company when it makes its flying trip to San Francisco and begin? its "road season." It*ia said that her name will cn-'^e to be I.illa Vane at abont the slime time. She i* one of the very few actresses who confess nn honeta affection for Ingenue mIbt,. She is of minlium height, dark and a.'* lively as a cricket. For one whole week, a yr.tr or f.vo ago, she played in Washington nud rehearsed in New York on the tJiine day. Miss Vnue is ei victim of fads at present, Shu is given to tail'** miti'i gowns and par-chesi, tight coiled hair, newspapers, breakfasts in bed and Uygftrs. She !* tho center of a pleasant littlos^ml circle of professional people who are won* to gather in her rooms on Thursday afternoons and partake of tea punch, banjo music nud songs. Miss Vane, by the way, Is the ongiuatov of the particular brand of tea pnnch surved at these gatherings, but is willing to let me give its secret to the world. Of course, its basis is good, strong tea. Then come a pint of champagne, the juice of two lemons and a pint of Jamaica rum. Sweeten it to suit your taste and serve in very small glasses. In order to know it in all its glory it should be decanted and -kept on the ice for a day cr two. Dr. Lamer&ux's LOOD - ANDiMNERVE - KING! Cures Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Constipation of the Bowels, etc. A Perfectly 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 its Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises, etc. Midland Pharmacy, Agents. The trade supplied. How the IttlMilStltipi Was Made. As a posihle theory of tuo origin of the Mississippi river, among the-many that have at different times been brought forward by noted scientists, tho most recent is tho suggestion that iu erosion was accomplished by means of a mighty cataract, which began far dawn tho river, near its original mouth, ami by gradual .*�Vogn>s-,iui; dug out the valley like gorge. That this theory is tenable may be iuferred from the high, wall like Mull's-features so characteristic in the upper part of its course. A wearing u>vny of amonsier cataract would, of course, necessarily leave high bluff walls on either side, which are well known features :.f "the father ihe most, stupendous cataract in the world, h is estimated that it imiib have tak*�n-1W),()*� ytvjrs to curve out the mighty ditch.-St. Louis Kepublic. It has beuu f�>ujjd that steel .ships possess mugnetism that is permauent, uud thin has, in some instances, greatly affected the needle. Tho magnetism seems to bo acquired during building. An English electrician has invented a material that be calls "alterion," fortjie prevention of corrosion in boilers. The interior of the boiler is coated with this material, and from time to time electrical currents ore sent through it. The Dahl procesx of sterilizing milk has recently been introduced into London. Fresh milk is placed In cans which are hermetically seated, thou heated and cooled alternately until the germs are destroyed. The milk can then be kept for years without losing Its freshness or failing to yield cream and butter. An Italian journal describes a new pharo-light, which Is said to be as powerful as the electric light and the efficiency of which U nut impaired by fog, ae is the ease with the lntter. . A clock work arrangement pours every thirty seconds ten centograins of powdered magnesium into tbe flame of a round wick lamp, producing an extremely brilliant Uotth of light. From anthropological measurements made ou Cambridge students it appears that their' heads continue to grow after the age of 10. Those who nave obtained high honors have had, on the average, considerably larger brains than the ot*bart at the age of 10, the predominanee at that age being greater than at 25, a fact which is held to imply precocity as an element in the success of high honor inon. Investigation*, into the effect that altitude has upon the growth of plants in the Alpt and Pyrenees result In proving that height is found to produce modifications not merely iu the shape, but In the thickness of the bark, the color of the leaven and flowers, and eras lu the anatomloal structure of certain organs. The leaves especially become thicker, at gnat. heights, aud their ftwe* often have a double layer, of cellule*. Tarbriau* were lately treated to a rare effect of mirage. Tbe Eiffel tower was teen surmounted by an inverted image of ttielf, vertical in the h^aveo* aud looking lUft a duplicate oonUnuatfou of the real structure,: The base of the Image lost iteelf in the upper lubst, while behind the tower was a low aloud which gleamed like silver. Tbe sun was shining across tlin boss to the left of the tower, and contributed an additional effect of light and shadow. XAXKJfTTi: COMSTOCK. Having been born and reared in tbe sonny south, Miss Tyree's sympathies ore, of course, all with that section. ''I am an arrant little rebel/' she says, and if she says it to a northerner, aud smiles as she says it, he is very apt to wish, for the nonce, that ho were oue, too. But that the government of the United Statee is iu no immediate danger of being overthrown through Miss Tyree's sentiments i shown by the fact that she numbers anion, her warmest friends Hon. W. T. Sherman, was forVmmto enough to wit near him at her first jft-rformance, and his applause of her good work was quite as enthusiastic as that of any of her southern friends, and the latter hail descended upon Z^ew York in force to honor her. A year or two ago Miss Tyree was very happily married to a successful Washington business man, also named Tyree. Contrary to the general rule, her husband is quite as anxious that she should make a success on the stage as sho is herself. She does notably well in emotional parts. ulla. VJlHK, Nannette Comstock went on the stage three years ago, In one of Hoyt's companies. She bow plays the part of tho enthusiastically patriotic Jenny Buckthorn (U*. H. A.). In "Shenandoah," and playa it well, too. Moreover, the vivacity of Jenny Buckthorn serins to be a permanent institution with ltiss Comstock. She does not lay it aside with her '{Bbenandoah" costumes, but Is as snslUng. and cheery iu real life as she is on tit* stage, u,Byen irhen she tries to look serious and teU abputher present work and what she hopes for In the future, she faj aft likely as not to break her santanos in two la the middle .withjs stnUa, and. not fiafab until shs has whistled the latest operatio sir for you. Bha is, by the way, a splendid whistler. fibs Is not very large, as far as stature goes, but sua hs* ambitions enough for the tall art kind of woman. She aspires to be singer, and sJjn .wanta to work nut tt in- *yjT L.WIW8L0W, .Dentist, Work guaranteed. Office, fx , south Mah*. street. Gv. DUeasesorthe Kye, Kar, fioseland z.. Throat. Office yo, 1. North Main street. Kesldenc* Orsce Church Rectory. Office hours 9 to iu:30 a. m., 3 to 4 p. m, g H. B1DUHQBR, Fbyslelam and Sargaon. Office over SldUcger's drag store. Offios t*U phone, 11; residence M. W. MoHJTSNifjf FhTslelan and �nra>eoa. Office over No. 30, sooth Main street Cincinnati's Second Baseman. J. A. McFbee is the name of the reliable second Iwiseniun of the Cincinnati league team. His position has always been at second base, where his work is of a Drft. class grade aud never varies. He flrat played professional ball on tbe Denver (Colo.) team during the season of 1883 nnd did good work. Heiaagood *k>, thrower, seldom -fails to nail a short fiv or scoop up a hot, g'roinuUr. HU J A- �TE,L bands are said to be iny.de of wrought iron; at any rate he never lttsgoof the ball when once it strikes them. After leaving the Den ver t�amghp went to Cincinnati, where he has sine* r��wxi. Last season be played In 1H5 games oiid made a percentage of At.V*. This put him at the top of the second basemen In the Association as a tielder. CHESS AND CHECKERS. Chess problem Black. . White. White to play and mate in two moves. Checker problem 2so. ;j7-Bv J. f. Collins. Black-(5*. 10.18* White-1*. II*. 26. White to play and win. box.UTION8. Chess problem No. 50: White. Black. l..Kt. B8 L.Any. Checker problem No. 50, by Dr. Shueffer, Whlte-SO, 27, 2*. 10*. Block-5, fi, 13, l& 34. White to play and draw, Wliite. Black. 1..10 to 15 I..g4to81 2.,16 toffl a.. 8to 11 H..22 to 18 ;{.. 5 to 9 4.. 2 tu U 4.. 0 to lit 5.. a to 10 S..81 to 27 6.. 10 to h b.. a? toai T..lSto3S 7. .moia S..14 to 10 H..!i4tO 11) Igt 4Tan� *m A.M HUT0BSN8OH, X. D., Borneo patblo Pbygletan %nd Kiuvooa ud BpacUllit In ncUI Hmum. Pl'�� mm wlthont the w of Hslta or llif�tnr�. Offloa Ho 18 North M�ln street, room 7 ontTonig Sroo ton. Residence No. SBFttthrasu weal. ATTOKHltlB. Attorneje at Uw, Offloe over First Netloul Bank. XntraDca ni Snnrman street. ^y HITMRUUK * (UJtASOH. Attorm.Ta at laiw, CME�a,roama 1,8,8, i, over So. 3 Offloe, Booms 10 and 11 Hseoaic Temple, coi oer stain and Sherman. S 1LAH BBOADBS, Lawyer. Office over First K&dontdlbank. w. n. urwie. h. nnaai 'AttorneTY at I**w: Hntchlnaoa, Eaasss. , Sooma 12 sod 11 Ho. South Main street. J-JAVXDSOW aft WlLLlAKb, "Lawrero, Booms 1 and 9 over Esnsgs'e store. rs^AYLOH. JONSH A TAX LOB. Attorneys at Law, Office, Qp-stalrs. Msaonlc temple. QAHBY *Sb EMBEJdHO, Attorneys at Xaav, (D. Klikltng, Oooaty Attorasr-Kooms I end i, eldllnger block. f J. V. OLTKJSR, Attorney at Law. Office, south SLsin sti�et. near court house. pKOF. O. a. OAKBfi. 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