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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 10, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                2 Bt'TnTTNSfW HAILY NFWP: SATURDAY MORNIN0. MAY 10,1*90. Don't Fail to Visit the Oppos site Hotel Midland, Where can be seen all the latest ideas in Queens-ware, China, Porcelain and White Granits, Both Plain and Decorated. Dinner Sets, Chambei Sets, Water Sets, Bread ^^�ftpi and Milk Sets, Ice Cream ^M^BHH[___    ^e*8 Lemonade Sets. aJ^^WBI      We respect'ully call the attention of Confectioner)-Grocers, etc., to our lint of Candy .Tars^Trays, etc. We can furnish anything pertaining to our line of goods, do not fear comparison, and Guarantee ALL. goods to be as represented. Correspondence promptly attended to. RUDESILL & DAYKIN. A CLASS  OF  LITERATI. A. Claim Ttmt ft. I* Imi� fi*l.il> tn Aiui-iieu Uutlcr l'rtfttfiiit Cuudltluitft. Is thcru a library orde.r-*or, better, a literary clos-h-mnouK �*? In the "M days of "raorrio Kuftlaiui" tho author* and reviewers, evi*n if they starved, liud u pridu In their profr.*�*io:i �w] n jealous ^imrdinn-vhipof .Ls pale. 'Jibe literary men of England UiUiiy are hotter organized, mora ympathntieally attached u> one another in tbcJr lltvrttry work than are our own. The general principle at' independent fitfhUuy: aw reputation mirniii; American literary people, from l.liis hnmbh'sf. revii'wnr to the most privileged unit honored contributor, largely destroys the tendency tti form a literary Htandard ur oIhhh, and one can hardly exist without the other. Our wrltcn* comu from ull pro!'(.>wions. One of the brl#htcKt of our bitter school of poets ia a banker and broker, daily nttending to Mx unpn�'i.icul o.",M.n.*:tinn In the moat ruulhodicol manner. A cerUUn few live by litornture, or iiud in i.lm editorial work of journulH, magazines and reviews tho support which literary v.-url; ulonu will not bring them. L'ubllshorn are heaat with more tnuuuacripUt than people will read in the next tl.oiu.niid yw.r.-i, Tim art of selecting what b. truly vi.luuhle ijecuine.s more And morotssenluil. A hundred numlrur pirns are scribbling where thero wn� one a hundred years ago. How can u literary chms l� formed out of men no diverse lu occupation, with many of whom literature is but a diversion or branch of tholr business? Uow can it bo formed out of the thousands of claimants who, for tlio honor that nt.Uidics to the kcI-ence of lottery nrw willing to risk their reputations on c.nulitic* which iho wits and critic?* of tin: J<)i;:al)clban ayo would Lave destroyed with the caustic touch of satire nnd ridlruU^ Tho tyros nro innumerable. A literary class, tbon, is practically driven out of queatiou by �ho*;r force of numbers, uud a literary nuimlard made uliuysL impossible for tho tame !<':l-vOu. Vet an advance toward tho oalftbUnhment of a literary fraternity t.s miuio in the successful meet in of tho American Nat.iui.nl b'i�;:ii:ty of IJ i^-. toriatLs, iu tiiu formation of excellent '"authors'clubs" in New York und Uoston, and in the pro win;: tendency of writer* lo encourage u literary comradeship. Utica I Jleraut______ ! A nilHUJidcrttUtuOluf. They Ualte;! in thu utree,t tu hhake hand*, and one of thom said: "Well, this Htorm Kevins"- Tho other bmko away and started off ut a rapid i;ait� l  hk.'o-ncs-s. 1 tlitiu;;lit you v:wv ^oii::? luteal, ttlKint a iiUuin H'iiicli t.ccui'icl w:iy b::f'.. forty or iiily ytu:rw n;.o, when you lirst aim1 Uil-J the slate. Ah! this* is diflureut, and 1 nliv.ll bo t!eli::lui.d (u bear you full;, express youiwlf. IjcI';* [;o i:i .somewhere. und you tell mo ull about it.''-Detroit Froo lJrus�,___     _ Tho Ourk HUUu Tho most nittouishing accouutu concerning hypuotlKut eontiuuo to be in vogue, though, hho tho ghusl btones generally, they uro located at no me dUtuut point. lAeuQWhilc. ovldcnoeuof tho dangers of hypnotism appear to accumulate more rapidly than tho piY)of� of its value, Tho capability of being hypnotized Is a misfortune; tho habit buluuiccu tho instability of tho nervouu bystem, which it evidences. The control tbtuj oxcrted by one mind over another can only exceptionally bo employed for good. More frequently, u� thoro b good rcaflon to bulluvc, lU^ctitiuu, nwculity and libertinism uro upt hero to llnd their op-port unity, and weakness Ha ilenired czcubb tor yielding. Out of this wu we In the future suits Innumerable for violations of thu property and portion of patiouts; t>uits of whose dangerous character tho prof en-aiou will net bo long in appreciating if the practicef hypnotism becomes general und jurle* bucomo convinced of iu reality. Medical Times and lio~teter. "broth  r a ixiy;" ho couia hurdfy pay higher compliment, for Poddy lovea broth. Am for tho Scotchman, he Invariably honors broth and porridge as plural*. "Will you b?.1" a few broth>'* h� ftnd of the porridge h� remarks, *'They are very good." This* usage obtains, too, in tho north of Kuglnnd. Yet we can hardly jeer nt the usage, for many of tho Vn-st ot lis common' ly nay, "One cannot tell what they would do if they woru called upon," etc.-Eugene Field in Chicago News. Ulien nulMsnlerro Wa� Vounf. A <:urions work on Knbwipierre has been publishetl In Paris. It gives an interettting anecdote of his youth, representing him at College Louis le Gmnd, u& ahoy of U or reciting an address of welcome on tho occa-Kion of the visit of IxjuIs XVI. Young Itubtwpierre, wuh so modest and timid thut his voice trembled, and lie chucked the boy under tho chin to give him courage. Had ho known what that hoy was to do for him in future perhaps hu would have chucked him a little harder.-Philadelphia Ledger, Mr. Foster, of Buckliold, Me., the largest manufacturer of toothpicks In the world, wiyn n in the matter, hers remains the same. She is answerable to God fortius child. .She never needs to think of any dru.tdful day when the jew el that was given her will lie demanded hack, undulled uud unbroken, if the tinceaidtig thought of her inner consciousness has l>een how she can turn this Jewel so that it will receive and rctuiu the most of the ineffable light: how she can train up her child to help forward the purpose- of God In the world.-Harper's Bazar. .;�x> t'uiiuon. TUc luueh stand at the wide of Htotiiary. hall is largely patron!eed by the new-simper correspondent..-., and you may see ev.ne,ro . toMnnrt iti place of the Bignatnre^ oj hose who could not sigti their names in writing.-St. Louis Republic. Wmmiuakor's Onice. WummiaJicr's oiik-o is a little like a pur lor.   It is very prettily carpeted and Luu^ with picLurea.und his desk is in the, middli >f it.   If you talk to him of anything e; ,.vpt business you feel that yon are disa :iut:'n;; some peculiar machinery, you fei n the way-precisely us if you hud pn1 ynur hand against one of those revolviuj-luas timt keep the dies awuy from a res-liuu-am luble.   But *hen you telk busd' ticAa \;'au*maker is quick, clear, cool, linn and m.'^terfuL Yet ?.lr. .Tones will tell you that hia home in Wc.Inut street is a veiiiablo museum ol pret'.y-pivtlies and luxurious appointment .ud that he haa daughters to whom he is a te voted father. You will even learn that his tinitvst daughter ha.* for a plaything a regular house-as big as a horse car-all et, hpart in rooms, each room beautifully 'urvibhtid aud complete in all respects Chatter. Tlio Peculiar FI pit re Nine. Did ynii ever notice the peculiarity inthi llguivi'y  When au error 1i:ls arisen from any transposition of figures, the diflereuce bet we--n such transposed numbers is uni rtiiuly u multiple of the numeral 0.   I*'i k iust:::icc: Suppose uu error ousui-h iu �ii:;;,i!:g out a trial balance or cash setMi men , nt- thiv* the sum jjliort c;m bo divide by 1> without any remaindvr.   If it has oc-i.'d in thi.i way there i.; a si ron^ probj-oiluy that tlm mistake has been unuie by Iran ;:jy:.in,f^ li^uivs; at any rate, if sue;; mistake tai;es place, by ie::son ol! ti-ansposi-tioti, t.'.. h.jin iu question will always ui-d-j by U without remainder.  To iilus-trat.-.* t iii.:; If *J7 has been put down ils 7 liurcTioi' will bo IS, or twice D, exactly; if be w^t, down as 2C3 the error will be OU, or IJx'.�. and so on between any transposed uumbers.  Ti-y it and prove it.-St. Louis liepul'iie. A. Ram�ipstUo FbjrsleUa and 8ni(Mk ud Bpcclaltet In recta] dlMMM. Ft'M ctm> without tha i� of knife or Ugittm. Offlc Dt IS forth Mais >trMt,ioom 7 OT�r Young Bint �tore. BMldenceVo.SfflPlftlitvs&newMi Tho Llite.t In Boll.. Tliu lltlii) bull by which my liuly turn-mora her Hltoudunt U no longer the bronze or hi'tia* ouc which U utrnck with a hum mer, but Ih, iiiHtaul, n umull bell of tho or tiinuo' iihupc. muUe of clear eryutul, uuil huvin|� it uluppcr of gohL If uho n*ii>beii to be very tiniiirt, or If the bell la Kent ns a present, it mny hnve a motiogram or crcirt done in guhl on the clear glitas.-New York Sun.__ MUs Rubuccu Willlanu. of Daltiuiorc. la one of the very few A.mericuu girla wboae portraits were {Mtiutetl by Cabiiuul, the great Frtsnch portruit pitlnter. Shu in � (Nile unil pretty blonde, with soft blue eyes, fair tiutr uuii u beautiful mouth. Mibs Linda Cooper, the pretty brunette daughter of u well knoivn Philadelphia inercUiiiut, la uoteU for hor love of line trot* ting horsed. She drives out aingle or double, mid no weather U ao bad aa to keep her from the rood. The Old A|ipl. Woman (D tho Cavltul. Then are lunch atauda in many part* of thu corridora preaided over by women, and cidenUwiu happen, you know. Do you know , Iu ,u ,    i? PT �i "aa of B Hood lliau for^vour titanit iittie old wom�u wu0        '�� 'he iWCSdTSiTttto ha. only J?ai�? reoes "Mr � aMt*>T     ^ I know on" woo woufi SSTJ^ .T?L ffSl*^M &T'�^YdTr^ ^ "0tt""'-      b" "T b�� tho'Uno. of Zi-Zov^tt1^%^^{*T>��*I*T "^"Ponlnaof^ hotuu ovary day aha aquata down her� on. the floor, with her applea, her basket beside her, flud him over at the dime inuwum. He has sixmo angers.-New Sork Weekly. The; returoa of the pensioned veterans who fought under the great N'apoleoa, who uow reuelva 150 a year, put their number at III instead of J80, aa ta 1S8S. and peddles them out at the rate of three for Ave cents to all comers. Many of tho leading cougreawtieu are greet apple eaters, and she often sails to Tom {teed, Ben Butterworth and PHUttSSIUNAL GAKUb. DslIITISTfl. U WXMBLOW,' 1' Wort, aoath Deatlss, itsed. (Mlos,ti alt attaet. PHTSICIAJTS. 19 and 21 East Sherman Street,B Office 100 North Haln Street A. SUF1?A/M. D., DOES A GENERAL T. P. KODBBTBOH, Pnysletaa aad Bvrgeoiu oaves, room, e sad t, overpostofflc*. a. MAI�OUI, Fhyilolsn and Bugeoa. fWosKapatldo.) Offlce, 11� l�t sTjnas ess X. HUTCHINSON, M. D, T0B PRINTING Book Making -amd-- AtioBinn. a^BlMLiV'ilttTuipHRET,^ Attorney! a* tovar, one* over Pt-Bt National Bank.  Batrura n bherman atreet. ^r^yH1T1HIDB * OUEASOM, Attora.Ta at OOca, room, l, s, S, 4, over Ho. 34 Strath Hala k yjcOAKrKEi a wis*. Attorneire at Im, OfneatKootaslO and 11 Haaontc Taatpls, cor *#? slain and *tbarmsn. ^ll-AO ttUOADJCB, Irfiwyei. OIneeorerFlrstKstlonal hank. w. l.itwu. u.rurae' SWIBAFJgRCS, Attorney, at law. Bntchlnsos, Sanaoa. i aooaa 11 and II So Kontb Haln etract pAVIDBVN A WILLIAMS, Lawyer., Booms 1 sad 2 over gsnAirs's store. -JlATLOR, JOHB8 * TATLOK, Attarneys at Law, Offlce, up-stalra, Hasonle temple. 'AiUJY A sUSKJ-lHti, Attorneys at Law. fD. KltkUng, County AUorusy. Boons t and 4, BldUncer Mock. SPECIALTIES III THE BOOK DEPARTMENT. | Journals, Ledgers, Balance Books, Minor Abstract Books, Blank Books of all kinks, Land Examiner's Book^j [ Loan Registers, County Records, Manilla Copy Books, Ward Registration Books,     �| White Paper Copy Books, Scale Books a specialty " | Real Estate Contraot Books, Attorney's Collection Registers. V. OLYsLKK Attorney �t Law JIBca, south slsln atieal,nau conrt haua. HUKIO. piio?. o.iToakes, oof her nf Piano, Organ, Violin, Gnl �r Miuiic BtodloNo. 3 SNirth Main, Santa Feblock, ov,�r Klnir't Knrnlluro ^to p. ARIIHTTEOTS. D. T..DBPKT, The above is only a partial list of the godttB we onr-ry and the work we aie prepared to execute promptly. We are making a specialty of Magazine Book Binding! md we bind Magazines and Law Books in all styles and noon, a nr.t national Bank building, Huh* I at lowest prices.  We wi&h the public to understand that tnan . Eanaaa. | we are ready and prepared to execute any kind of . . .�i,.!.'� t�riudiv�l 1*111., Ibe KTeal French reined) act ttlrei tlj on tbemei>Btroal aya tem and jjofltrr*Iy core .uppreaalon of tb* menses Warranted to promote menatraatlon Theft? ullla Bboeld nothetakendnrlngpreBnansf Am Pill i o., Ho>altv prop... Bpencer, la, Oen o!r.e euppUed hy the A A A. drna alore, Unlcbln son Kan : K�ln � Holiday.Toieka. Ban lWly Passenger Rates REDUCED BY THE Printing or Book Workt Have stock forms, but can make special forms to order. We guarantee all work and solicit patronage. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.   Address, NEWS PRINTING AND PAPER 60., Hutchinson, Eas. I GEO. Ik MOKKItt. Praident. fkawk. vincent, Treasurer. JOHN P. VINCENT, Secretary A IIer.1 Live Doeuy. Tlr; f.liicaliOU of drakes auU garulerK to biam" th�ir female friends into tbehantle f hunt em in hy no mean* a new idea, Chir.ifvu gentleman, whoso  Imagination may stretch a little Ijesausu of the fact that hu in in tiie rubber buniness, tells of a large, iK>v.-iii.->kcit-(l gander Uow u at Mount Ue.se .vho \..Ti L..jiture*l by UL-* owner away bae. .:: 1-.:;.   'i'hirtgamlt-r, be nuyti, in tetheiv m t'-: rui'kt, aud b-J i� educated to read iummoiis to any gevse u itliln a  mile, When these tieewa come tn call no him and ae K''tM them ju�t wboi-e lw ivaatu them, he aCeM-rifii oil to the end of hi� tether ami .;iv.;-� it. iKuniluir **houk." whkh i� u Biynt.i i'or liif ii'-Miteru conriealcd in the neighboring ijii.ul to blithe away.  Ah a "capper" Uil'i ^nidev i.� a great bucct^, and tbti rub-ocr i.says b*J can pruvu it.-Chicago �e:-:.hl. , A ratHettu Story. The whtkol report cards aro uot now r.iarUid' with percent apes of merit, but -.vitli liui luiters **E," "ti" or "P," nijsnlfy itif. "* itcliont," "yocal" uud "poor."  One .in ii. -^ii'!, who workti very hard but aot ul-v;i* �, v. iih siiccesa, and who bad long hecu -..�-U.it!i the low percentage marked l-tiiMrd, happened to bo absent when ui-.i tiy.-toio of tettors huh cvplaJneil. sho received her   next cai;d aha .i:tir!iwl 1; b]i�sfuily until school was out, �ul then ran home in hot ImHte. "* i.i>ftkr' t;he oxeluUnod to her mother, "I s\: I*lovely curd this time; I've been 'per-si-i; i.\ mor>t all my lawous!" i'sjci- child! Her card bore the fatal ',*l>oalU) several of hor ntudiot^-JSoston i'rauscrpt. *      ___ THE HUTCHINSON Through Chair! Cars Free of Tlnw are fully !W tnen In Chicago who havo n fortune pf *2,000,000 or more apiece. The richest of them �J1 are Marshall Field tml 1'. 1).. Armour, who are uuh worth .iboiit ifa5,licii>,000. Capital Stock, $11)0,000. ring Capacity iOOO'Banda Per Day ft.' inson to^St.Lcuis1 >ffloeln Hutohlnarn NaOrmal Bank building, ButchlD'en, Fin. I A.    tiuea, Frusiaeuw rbAM* Vihobbt, Vwe-ffun.      O. U. ila�S-k, Uoahta, HUTCHINSON NATIONAL BANK! Remember the MiMnori Pacific Railway started this Reduction ol Rates, an< fill ie t HCTOH1NBOH, KANrJArj. OLDEST VIA TION A    BANK UST HTJTOHI*BQ>> QayiiitsMifl Jnnet lO, Capital 8took Paler up,    -    .    860,000.00.^ viUrto*tfs�rejmla�ajUn^ Business fiuj and mJI Oowsslle mmI; � tdwaf*. Ooltoettoaa oiomptlT is�to ud nttitic4 foroa d����< The tuoet .renentaat iuan l�H.ha.o.Be.whp, ,*      . -      .-.^i, riin~. oouibiIU uo sins worth speaking ot The Ml8�OUri Pacific Ticket UmCC man londed rtownwritliiilna la upt to put on ' tlx. anueoranca of enoeaslTS virtue. H. C. 1 owntHnd. .ikv       " Ma�jal�^ Ct_ tlivfiumST a A If, nil.ill.1   am n R fsTaaiha- I 6582   

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