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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                AlftCHttNSON DAILY NEWS:LTHDBSMY MOKNIN&, APBK824, i860. OS nil Opposite Hotel Midland, Is your place to buy your French China, Adamantine China, Semi-Porcelain and Ivory Body Dinner Wear, Both in Sets and open stock of the most unique .decora- tions \ __________i Six, Ten and Twelve Pieces Chamber Setsjin Print ed and Hand Painted Decorations. Water Belt, Berry BeU Bread and Milk Sett, Ice Cream j Bete, Hanging, Bund and Hand Lamps. Glassware. Please call and see our goods. RUDES1LL & DAYKIN. YOUNG WOMEN DOCTOUS. SCENES  IN   THE   BUSY   LIFE  OF A FEMALE  MEDICAL  STUDENT. Tonne Women Who Cm Alroont Unlntellt-f[lbl� Word* and I'Jirm***-An Interesting Career with a Few of IU Drawback** Th� S*d SlAe of X.tfe. ..iw^im, a� run ur -Tpetft antrjuHt as won wor#�, the living as If she did not understand how slowly oug'e estimate of it depends on the Hver.-Now York Sun. A big, old fashioned square house, with n spacious yard all about it, stands in West Fifty-fourth street. Orer the- stone steps that lead up from the gateway pass tho fentof many women-sometimes young women and pretty ones, with their arms full of books and tho glow of enthusiasm in their faces. Other young women, too-the pity of it-with faces that carry upon them a story of muttering and want, and sometimes of sin. And, perhaps next, there may pass through the gateway a woman with whitening hair, carrying a small leather bag and a physician's case. She has the alert, earnest foco and quick step of the woman who has work ahead of her, and plenty of it; and she is followed by a bent woman with a tired face, who carries in her arms a sick baby whoso thin cry leaves a pitiful echo In the earn of the passer by. And they all go up the long walk and enter the wide hall, each one to the compassing of her own purpom But the young women linger a moment in the long hall and chatter like blackbirds about the woath'er and tbe walking, and turn ovor tho pile of letters lying nu tho table. By and by one beginH to differentiate them and to notice that most of them are still under 25, that bo vera! are exceedingly pretty, nod that none of them differ in any way from tho average well bred young woman. Thou Home one rushes up, notebook in hand:, "Oh, Miss Brown," she oaks, "what do you 1 give as the first symptoms < r "uMtlhiluiod,1' as they declared beforehand they should be; at least, there appears tu be couwderab! bodily substance hift, as they sweep their books together and hastily don wraps aud ovendioes for their journey to an adjacent building, where, with pencil and uatohook in baud, they listen to a lecture by tho famous Dr. Phtjabo Walt, tho substance of which wil. �ho required of them for the next day's recitation. Now comes in the gravo faced professor- the only man visible throughout the day's j entire routine-who leads the cllnique. And, the Btudonta make a close vlrclo about him j with the ever present notebook aud pencil, while [tatiaut after patient is led oat from au anteroom, aud ho explores and expounds tha causes of the various m&iodiet. that ore presented, in tunna whoso length and learning seem at once to terrify and to gratify the subjects thereof. Tbe long list of patients la prescribed for at lost, and the cllulquo is over. It is getting late in the afternoon, but tho work of the young women is not yet done. A part of them must go up iuto tho hospital for sorvicfl there, and others go into the dispensary, where u dozen or bo charity patients ore waiting to bo cored for. It is almost dark beforo the last one potxee out into tho street, And: iiho does hot walk as lightly as she did when, tbo caine up the steps in the morning. She i3 tired in body and brain, and her heart is always a little sadder for the suffering (the Beet AFTER THB DAY'S WOUK. * But she goes home, takes a hot bath, oats a hearty dinner, and get* in three hours of solid study before she goes to bod. Sho doesn't get much time for amusement, though Bhe like* it aH well us any other young woman-perhaps even a littiu better, because sho must see so much of the dark aide of things. But she isn't altogether oppressed by the sadness and .severity of her life. She wears good gown* that fit her well, and she likes thera, too. $U* wears bangs if they become her, and high heelod boots if her feet are pretty, nor does she forgot, even in the hurry of her morning toilet, to give her back hair the latest twist. Bho doasut faint away in the dissecting room at the first cut of the scalpel, as the man studeut usually does. Sho doesn't faint away'at nU "while there, but after Bhe leaves tbo room und the uervouu strain is over sho finds tho world growing suddenly dark, and the next thing sho knows some one is sopping her haugw with cologne, and she ttrugglea ba^k tyto tho world to say, with professional interest: "Well, I'm glad to know what fainting ia like, anyway," Take bar ail in all, tho woman medical stu dent� a most iutereUmg and delightful manl-/ec^tjfon   th,e 'JjtffJ uaoh&tur." and �be Ondu Mtwt IMuclinny's Vast Estate*. The largest land owner in New York state, except the Asters and iUdnolander families, is a woman, ilisa Mary O. Pinckney, a millionaire many times over. She has lived to be T4 years old and is still a miss, though she has all that money. Another New York millionaire woman who manages vast real estate transactions personally is Mm Mary h. Van Dortm.- Cor. Indlamipolis News. A Hint to Parents. it it* a common occurrence for children to got bean?, grains of corn and other foreign substances up their noses. Tills simple rem edy iB worth remembering: Get the child to open its mouth, apply your mouth over it and blow hard. Tho offending substance will bo expelled from its mouth.-Herald of Health.______ Put a teaspoonful of borax in your rinsing water; it will whiten the clothes, and also remove tho yellow cast on garments that have been laid aside for two or three years. Mme. Patti says: "I have dressed my hair the name way for ten years; not because the coiffure was tbe style, but because it is becoming to my style.* A Brake Needed, "Will you," said he. "Be true to me, Oh, Bay before you go," She hung her head- "No-v, George." she said, "Yon mufliTt press mo so." -Tom Mosson lu Clothier and Furnisher. Sat On. I think that's a very pretty piece ot music," he remarked, Belf complacently, after he had thrummed away ot tho piano for tifteei minutes.   "Which part do you like besti" "Tho part you didn't play," replied the fair girl, and he wont forth^into tho world, for ha know he hadn't the ghost of a chance there, -Lawrence American. THE SEASONS. Bwwt childhood t what a dream tt la, Unreal an that of night t A little Kay of blosnommg bit* With warmth and snnsbiM bright} No doubt to chill \t� budding faith I No post to cloud tbe soul I A lustrous, livery, noontide wraitfc, With heaven lis starry goal! BoM youthi Ah, tender ore the ofcorda I fa halcyon harp actios forth! Ambition teeming thought afford* Weird as Uio frost clad north: And love with wild ecstatic Same Leaps high in rapturous joy I Gorgeous the fthlnlDg mines ot tame, All gold without alloy! lUpe manhood) Real the war of Ufa, Ko Ideal visions now, But flery passions, wrestling, rife I Hard wrought the toil bound brow] Laurels He not in every path I Bread Is the priceless boon] Triumph the mocking aftermath That seldom comes too soou 1 and seel Old age Is in the air! The gjwtoh light* burn low 1 Distant the fields that once were fak] Yonder the wild flowere blow t Bail cm, O, soull a roseate morn Awaits tblao opening eyea, When waking amid scents new born Beyond tbe cloudless skies I -WaahUiftoa Star. AT  A  MASQUERADE, She Led Him Up to It. Tramp-Madam, have you anything for me this morning? Housewife-We've a little something la lit barrel; but I am afraid it's as heavy as lead. Tramp-(smiling)- I think I can digest it, madam.   Where is the barrel! Housewife-Hitched to the gun.-Puck. Very High Art. Mrs. Kawier-What is your son doing now, Mrs. Stayathomel Mrs. Btayathome-He, O, he is-er, practicing high art at present. Mrs. K.-Indeed? "Yes, he is doing ceiling painting."-Lawrence American. The Old Guuiu. The rose anil W\y, siilo by side. Were In a Womjuet [>ent; "Ah!" the rr>su exelaiiuod, "you're fair to see." And the lily said: "Of course, t'.-e hec! But you cannot horrow uuglit from me, Tor I haven't got a -Philaiielphfa Press, Lovely Woman Meota a Former Salter In the Oalse of a Monster* It was in n town not a thousand miles from Boston that there were recently given a couple of mosqued parties at private houses. At the second ot thoso the hostess of the first party found herself talking very amiably with a mask in whom she supposed herself to recognize a gentleman who had come to the town just after her own entertainment. Simply for the sake of making conversation, and of throwing the gentleman off the scent of her own identity, she asked: Were you at Mrs. Blank's masqued party t" No," ho answered; "I was not honored with an invitation." �Were you here at the timol"' she asked. Yes," ho answered; "but Mrs. Blank does not like me." , Consternation seized upon Mrs. Blank, but Bhe instantly determined not to betray herself. "Doesn't sheT" she returned, carelessly. Probably that is one of the things which you imagine.  Borne people are always supposing that others do not like them, you know." Her companion seemed a triHu annoyed. "I am not one of that sort," he retorted, rather brusquely.  "Besides she has intimated to me that she did not like me." Is it fair to ask howl" Mrs. Blank asked, entirely mystified in regard to the identity of her interlocutor, "Why, I should not mind telling you if I were sure thnt you wouldnH repeat it.11 "Oh, I never betray a confidence," the lad} Bold, eagerly. The gentleman leaned ovtr until his face under its mask was near to hers. "I asked her to marry me." Mi's. Blar.k was more stuxtled than ever. Tho train of her old suitors, and in her day she bad not a few, came up beforo her mental vision, nnd she wondered wtoch one of them chance had brought te hersiueto-night, but in vain. "But," she said, slowly, "because a lady refused you it need not follow that she disliked you. 1 am sure a woman is not to be supposed to dislike every man sho doea not wudi to marry. That would he a most absurd assumption." "To be sure it would," he assented cheerfully; "but in this particular case she did not refuse me." "Did not refuse yonf echoed Mra. Blank in astonishment, "Sho certainly did not accept you I1' "That i= precisely what she did do." "It is not"-Mrs. Blank began; and then, considering that if she said true it would be 'showing mom knowledge of Mrs. Blank's affairs than was compatible with pretending to be another person, sho changed her sentence, aud said, "creditable that she should accept you and then marry auother man." "She didn't, Kate," her husband said in his own voice, "she married me." "Tomf she cried. "Yes. my dear," Tom answered; "you told me ot our party that I couldn't fool yaov "You are a wretch nnd u monster," she declared, "and I will never forgive you." But she did, nnd told tho joke at her own expense before the evening was over.-Boston Courier. Atlantic City's Girt*' Club. Atlantic City has what it is pleased to call an Ozone club of twenty-five members, all young and pretty Philadelphia girls. These young ladies, all of them wealthy aud of high social standing, assemble early in the morning, each arrayed in a close fitting costume, almost identical with a riding habit, with u corsage, bouquet of pretty jack roses fastened well up toward their left shouldors, ttnd a r.hort cane in their right hand, and blurt down tbe beach together at a brisk puce. They inhale long draught* of ozone by way of thwv dainty nostril:* and exhale it slowly through their pretty mouths.- I'hiln delphia Press. tfobntd. He tfeos h^nbintett" in I&KTas chief j ck?rk under Samuel 6tis and served!.'twenty-, seven years, resigning; hl� office just beforo hi* death. Perhaps thn moat valuable wervice he rendered the. United fltntes wowgtvou when the British forces were marching toward this city in 1S14, intent on th� destruction of tho government buildings. Mr, McDonald's first thought was for the senate records, and those he packed up and carted off to tbo crypt of tho little church in Hock Creek cemetery. There ho hid ilnm and there he found them wbeu the invaders bad departed. The rec-onls of the home of representatives were destroyed because thoro was no McDonald at that end of the Capitol to care for them.. The vacancy on used by the resignation of J. O. McDonald was a prixo for which there were many applicants, and it looked for awhile as though the McDonald family might lose it* representation. It did not though, for Senators Thomas H. Benton, Richard H. Bayard, Felix Grundy. Samuel Southard, Josinh Kent, William Hendricks and a number of others secured the apiKjiutrnent lu the pecretary's office of William J, McDonald. He became chief clerk on the death of Gen. Hickey in 1807, and held that responsible position until Juue, 1878, when ho died, after an uninterrupted service of forty-two years. Before that occurred, however (on March 4, 1S73), H. B. McDonald, son of William J., was appointed to a place in the office, aud he is there now-th�> journal clerk of the senato. Eightyndght yetu* is the length of the aggregate public service of these three members of tho McDonald family.-Washington Star. Joeh limine*' l'hllcHopliy, It is easy enuff, perhaps, for us tew tell what wo admire, esteem aud respekt ia a man, but tew tell what wo love ain't so ouy. Amung the vast numl>er of phools in this world thare is only a phew who are born so. Accepting prnlze that iz not our due la not mutch better than tew be a receiver of stolen good*. Tbote who have once tasted the joys ov humility will tell yu that it iz the sweetest up their heavenly father ever held to their li|w. A good conscience Uf}ue beat friend we kan hav, and a bad one tho worst, became it uever deserts us. Put not oph till to-morrow what kan be enjoyed today. Mar-id life I % too often like a game u v check-its-tho grate struggle iz tew git into tha king row. Fear makes evrythlng and evryboddy mas-lers ot us; it is the wust slavery thare ix. How common it iz to see folks laff vividly without meaning ennything; this I kail beat lightning. I Kay, owe no man. Owing iz but little better than stealing. We are governed more bi opuiyuu than wo are bi conscience. This iz giving up a noble prerogative, and playing a very poor second fiddle.-New York Weekly. The ChtJpatlck*. It is a pretty si�lit at the beginning of Japanese or Chinese feast to koo tho host help his guests to sweats as then is displayed tho best and most graceful play of tho chopsticks. One can take a lesson as tho master of tho fea*,t daintily lifts cakes ur confections and places them on the plate or paper beforo each guest. Tha Chinese chopsticks are longer than the Japanese, often metal tipped and decorated, and are used again aud again. Mn ndarins carry their own silver tipped ivory chopsticks to a feast, wipe them clean, and carry thorn home again when it is over. In the common restaurants in Chinese cities tho chopsticks constitute a lottery for the patrons. Ail the sticks are kept together in ileep, round box, and certain ones are marked on the lower end with a Chinese character or number. The ones who tielect those chopwticka from the box aro entitled to au extra dish or portion without charge. In the old city of Tieu-Ts>iu, particularly, one is hulf deafened when ho passes a restaurant by the rattling of tho boxes of chopsticks and ti:'.* shrill voice* of the propriotors screechm; the iiKiiit* of their establishments at tho t�p of their lungs.-Eliza Rubamat Scidmore ii St. Nicholas, BL00D9-HAND - NERVE - KING! Cures Indigestion, Liver Complaint, I 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 j Aches and Pains, such as Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, Biuises, etc.  Mid-| land Pharmacy, Agents.  The trade | supplied. Dr. Lameraux's 19 and 21 East Sherman Street,! DOES A GENERAL PROFESSIONAL CARDS. * DentUt, WarKgnuutMd. Oflu,(t 8, Krath M�li. �tnet TOB PRINTING Book Making phvsioiaxs. -AND- a. bupfa,;m. d., OIhmh of the Bye, Bar, Mole; ami Throat. Office Ivo. 1. North Main street. Beeldencfl{ Qrace Cliurch Kectotj. Office bonrs 9.to;m.'80 �. " ato4p.m, g H. BIDLLNOBB, BtiyctolAa mud Office over Hldlingtr'a &TOg itore. OOca ten pborw, II; retldenoa 60. lusiness. Pbyelolan end Someoa. Ofie* owt So. so, eontk Xeln meet. A T. P. BOBJEBTBON, Flkj�tohui and Swrveou. Offiot, rooms 8 ud 8, overpostofBce. J 8. KALCOLU. Ph.yalolan and Sorseont (Hcmcapjithic.) Office, lit l�t wanne **�> A. X. HUTOHINSON, M. D., HomeopKtblo FhyalciAn nnd ffnrgeon and Specialist in rectal dleeooee.  Pt>ee enzw I without the use of knife or Ugfttnn.   Office No 18 North Main street^ room ? over Young Bros store. Residence No. 222 KT�th avenue we�rt. Attorneys *t Xam, Ofllceovet PirefNutional Bank.  Betrane* � Bbennan itroet. Office, xwms 1, 2,3, *, over tio.   8oath Mala *> Attomejr* M Xav, Offlce,�ooma 20 and 11 Masonic Tempi*, cot Her jifaln sad Sherman. i�I>a8 RHOADBA, Z Office over First NatlonaUbanlt. SPtClftLTIES IN TUB 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. He Only Hitd Oue. "Jean, run to tho pastry cook's and gut mo a couple of patt.oa, Here an; bix wins. You may iwt oue youraelC." Joan comes running back with h'm mouth full and his handit empty. "Hero, mousumr, aro tliriw kouk; they'd only onn patty loft." -Le Kodicrtl. CuinfurtlUii; llt'r. Girl (weeping)-I'm so sorry you have to go on tho road again.   It almost breaks my heart Drummer-Don't cry,Fanuy. I'll manage to pick up another girl somewhere.-Texaa Sittings. .        _ The golaoe at Hand. Baldwin-Ham bo, they say you got nicely taken down at the Transcontinental hotel the other day. Itambo {hotlyj- Howl Baldwin-By the elevator boy.-Chicago Tribune. Vur�' Air for Ituhy. A baby uuods four tilings to make it thrive I'uroair, proper fund, i'.IwuiIuicmi mid warmth. In summer thiM'o fclmuld ulwnys bo a wiu dow open in plea^iut. weather in the room where baby is. When it is cold or damp a window can be ojtjeued ia the hall, or an adjoining roomi with a thjor between. A screen can be pla e exactly as if a face were represented.__ The female utudentg have ftually couqueretl in their "alma mater" of Basle, which, alone among Swiss universities, has hitherto kept Its doom shut against their udmi&lon. A formal decree now allows them to matriculate regularly, but.only by way of experiment, and it is stipulated that if the experiment dooa not work well tho portals of the university will again be closed on them. The Thumb In Vuirncj, A physician lu charge of a well known asylum for the insane recently said: "-There Ls one infallible test either for the approach or t ho prefouco of lunacy. If tho person whose :use is being examined is seen to make no use of hit* thumb, if be lets it stand out e.t right nngles from the band, and employs it neither in .salutation, writing, nor any other manual exercise, you may set It down us a fact that that person's mental balance ia gone. He or she may converse intelligently, may in every respect be guarding the secret of a mind diseased with tho utmost care mid cunning, but tbe telltale thumb will infallibly betray the lurking madness which concealed behind plaam'ble demeanor."-Philadelphia North American. * Nothln- In It. The inhalation of hot air as a remedy for phthisis, haying been advocated by a German doctor, has bean recently tried and reported upon by another doctor in practice at we. Petersburg. The ctu�08 .^elected were purposely those in which the upper part of tho lungs or adjacent ti.v-ue.-i wero affected, it I. in^ thought; that however hot tho air, it must get cooled bofurc reaching the more remote siructnre*. The uv;itrrie.nt, although tried -itli every precaution, uud over a period of many weeks, was fnundtobave no remedial .�ilect whatevur.-Exeluuige. Nol UufijUM in That lte�n�ot. 'What were you about to remark?" Nothing at all, I assure you," replied Willie Washington, "But you look us if you had something to vay." lYa-as; I'm verwy deceptive that way. Tve often thought, my soil, that I had something to say, and dl*cuvahed aftab I said it that \ hadn't."-Washington rcit, Tjove Ik Cafeless. A young couple ut Trenton, N. J., arrongerl Ui olopu to Phlladeliihla and get married. Thoy weie to meet ut the depot. He got there on local time, and *.he waited, for standard, aud this difference enabled her mother to i appear with a big.bread knife sharpened to a {.foint and scare the young fellow out of hifl boots.-Detroit Free Press. The new Duke of Aostu has the photographic hobby, but oh he is worth about Jfi,0u0,  terror of tho ladle* of tbo royal household on account ot hlf pocket camera, with .\feich he would "Re* i" in situation* or pagttans ratto davoi *f uroce and r*iBO�w> . ii. i.bw1s. h. ru ' BW1SAPIEKCS, u ^Attorneys at law. HntchhiBon, Kansas, i Booms 11 tad IS No Booth M&in street. JJAYXDSOIS A WILLIAMS, Lawyers, Booms 1 and S over Xsnaga's sure. rjTAYLOIt, JONJB8 A TAYLOR, Attorneys svt Uw, Office, np-eUlrs, Masonic templa. Ataomeys at tar, (D, KlrMlng, Ooonty Attorney. Booms I and 4, SIdlinger block. J. Attorney at lswi Office, douth Stain street, near caturl hoasc. pJiOP. O. U. OAKBB, Teaohar if Piano. Orgnn, Violin, OMW Maalc RturllQ, toom Ko. 42, Hotel Btnnswi Second f \i J�.v**_*Z     -W�>- Avoid reeling by tho flickering light of the tire. Avoid straining the eyes by reading in the twilight. Hold tho book at your focus; if that begins to get far away got spectacles. Thows ladies who not only write, but sew, fthould not attempt the black seam by night. Tho bedroom blinds should be rod or gray, and the bead of the bed should be toward the window. Get a pair of glasses for reading with, and, it nectary, along di^tauco pair for uee out of doors. Author j should have black ruled paper instead of blue, imd auould uever atruin the eyes by reading too line typos. Hemciiiber that bed spectaclaa ore ruoat injurious u> the eyes, and that good and well chosen ones aro a decided luxury. \\ hen you coiiht to /ut age ttat suggests the wiviring of gltuww let no thlso modeety pre-vent vou triom ii�jttj:i;. ;i If you have only ono eye an �ye gli.hri will do. .Otherwise .it l� toUv.  -    .-- CURE Hck HeedMbe*a4 reliaroMl tte troabiei lest-dent to a Mllooe eUteoI tbe �r�t�n>.�ueb ee m-eiivMe, KUM, �roirelne�i, BltXn* tftnt eetlnc Wlnln the aide. -VnlUthCxnoit neuKMbl� inofrew bee been ebown In oaring SSOK BeeiecUe, yot Oerter'a liitte Lher 7111a � uaolhr vuaeblo luCoutlpatioc, caring end pre* leattBg e.tt�onojinucoan>Ulnt,-�hi:�, tbey elae earenJUdlcenlen utbeatvnecbA^oloie toe BTet^lroguUte thehowrti. STenUtceronlr 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 BindingI and we bind Magazines and Law Books in all styles and at lowest prices. We wi�lf the public to understand that we are ready and prepared to execute any kind of Printing or Book Workl I Have stock forms, but can make special forms to order. �eba they vtrold be elnjoe t prtonUei Co tboe. vhe goffer tfont thl�alitxei>lnK co^ilelnt; bat t^rte- ^iS!tnv&^^itll^uwi'S^S I We cnarantee all work and solicit patronage. ebleltJMmWT wwethaytwr wijl not be wll-  I " v * " ^ng to do '#ltlsJat tiicm.      &f ter ftll tick heed Mail Orders Keceive Prompt Attention.   Address, SiriieDe�..eJ!'aptoan]rUTte '.net hcietowtace vev^eotir granttxiut- Oar jUleenreUnhUe otbere do not. - Oerter-e IJtUe Urer PlUe are Terr anuU itnd eery eMy to Uke. One or tvo villa inatoedoH. nter'areatrlotly ngetableaudde sot grlye or porge, tmtbr Cief tentletcUon plme air weuep. Iii^kI AOSeente; nvelort.. iff di-nggUte eret   Aere, or aanl br mall. CARTER latiHClNE CO., HwWmV. Bold NEWS PRINTING AND PftPER GO, Kntchinson, Ke^s. 8502   

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