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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUWHTNBON DAILY NEWS: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8,1890. BREAK-TONE FEVER. Thn 1'mMilfu* Ntimoj t�r tint f�!�rni�fl Kumvn t�i Mrcllrnl ~Mvn ii* I>ci�kuc. Not a Tow ominnnt physio hum bi-lievn the lato epidemic to have hi'tn, not in- '.. fluciua-"lu irrippn-but a modified ft�rm Of donatio. It. may bo well, tht'rrfon', briefly to describe that disease, of which little IB Keen in our Northern Stale:*  r in England. Tn 17HU it fxw-mb-d as far -.north as i'hllndolphin, ami w;i:i d U� may appear ylike rheumatism; or the first prims may 1   "be foil in tho hoad, eyeballs, nock or [/back.   Throughout, the atta-:!:  here is V grout piostmtion. Usual::/ a ncnvlut. rnsh  and v. high ;:'';fever make their appearance ont the f .'.third day, both of will eh go down alter fV one or two days, hut. return ivitt r thifo ;^'or four days more.   Their ileal suhsid-�once is gradual, and, after \U'\v �re u- ^"wholly gone, ;.he pains in the joints may continue for a week.   The  pati-'iit is '/very liable to a relapse, in which case convalosennro is protracted and painful, .ijionths being ic^uired for lull iwt.ra-: � tlon. The rash W i:ot aiwi-y.-* pvrsev. .   h h:* fever is sometimes neoompank-ti , rluin, and, in children,  \>y t-.mv In rare cases Uio disease assum >~   lignant foi'hi, when the surfacs : body becomes dark frou. tho \-:*>f tho circulation in consequence of I ."..'feebleness of the heart and the swollen /condition of the lungs.   H is then popularly known as "black fever."   Ov ihe otlier hand, it. may ho so mild rr. no;, to ;.xint,erriipt ene's attention     bushi-ss.- ;, ^path's Companion. ,,     . - li- nf thn peding Choir respective roads a 1 ontime,seme as lung an eight, and ten years. The work of handling freight is thoroughly r.ysteiiiati/.rd, like every other brunch oT railroad work, For instaneo, take tho luuidliiHC ol in-freight, whicli in me lnailed from liio cars hero. A man calls oil the lunno of the (Inn to which the box is directed, and marks on it. tho number of the <*ar with eh all;. The box is placed on a truck', and the li uel'.man, a'-* ho passes thn tallyman, is told where to put it, whether in ihe Hast St. Louis pile of rreijrht, the Missouri Pacific, tho Transfer Company's, and so on, wherever it belongs. The unloading tfan� of men work one car after another In this in;\ii.  lie. loading clerk, who takes gang  eigk*. e.r for vt�rine� h'a'ions he lino. The freight, i'or '-he ! tation if:  '.oadod last, .�s it is i'lg alou ROTATION IN OFFICE. A- An Anpcdola �f ihe I^ito Mr.   11 eiit5i'!f1-:s ant] Ounniit llorthuiann. "Julius Ctesitr was a Consiil. ..,"apo* leon the First was a Consul, red " cm a . Consul." That is tho way that, n certain mau expressed his feelings on rev'ei ving from the State "Department at Washie^- nearc take- out lirs*.    The vkill is displayed i'i ui-auging the hose.: of freight so th.i: car './ill hole. :.s much �' .� pos.ib1^, !.-.>   thai.    '..*h *n    one part. .'1 the. freight i1' taken out tho other portion wii 1 not tumble down. Thii, i:' called '"".tntion-or^or loading." The iiiai. '.vim .uv:1-: up *he freight hi're and Lheu i.nd puts it on the trucks and call:. :t jif while the truckman wheels ii. -.v.'ay, and th.i loading clerk ehce'-.'j iWi'*: [senile^, "picker.1* Ho is a more ^MaiMiJo m:n: th:v.'. the iruck-* man. ami vhc railroads, i:\ the strike just ended, oo.e'.Cutcd to vay the "'jic",> �jr:;'' fb.MJ a day. It i:' easy to imr.giue the ir.co! vonim.eo caused hy ;\ gang oi from the coal needed To" reduce, it to the motalie state does not probably exceed one hundred milos. The ores of the Lake Superior district have to 1)0 transport oil from seven to ton times this distance to find an appropriate fuel. It is true that the average richness of the. F.tiko Superior ores in me-falic iron is probably nearly one-third greater than those found in the Southern States, and the former yield 15e^-semor iron, wbieh, save in rare instances, can not, be produced from the Southern. deposits. On the other hand the Southern ores are generally won with considerable ease. Knough ere to make a ton o! iron can at many points be. mined and put in tho furnace at cost of between SI and while to bring the samo amount of raw material from tho earth about Lako Superior to the smelting point cost at tho present time from S'.i to Vl> Moreover, there is a method of making steel known as the Basic proeos.q, which, for general purposes, is as good as tho lle^-senmr system. This method is well proved, and, with tho expiration of certain patents, which in a few years will cease to be valid, will doubtless como into general uso in tho Southorn Htatos. Tho peculiar ease with which tho Southern ores aro mined Is in good part duo to their geological conditions, Thoy are generally k: the form of true beds which once were limestones, and have been converted by porcdlating waters containing iron in a dissolved form into Iron eves; being h^dj o* this origin the deposits are more continuous than those o' other ; aturo, such as thoso about i/.'.e Superior, where the Oi-o occurs hi ; .'.:?') more irregular dcpordir. Mcieovev *.!;;. Southern ;ountry was no', occupied 1:-.* 'hi' ^-laciccs o; ' he last i ju period; thus tuo seTt oxidtzoe oro^; vore not worn ar has generally hue:; Mio v.-u*''-gh'.ciatc1 lields-, nor have t!i:i -cicrops been hidden liy ihe doep a-'cinnulationi of erift in"! 'Crir.h. v.mich aro :�� * common i., ^-Jor'he.-r districts. In )��/, .ilso, their rdvan^ag^oua conditions uvo due to the iw. t that i-iio Seu'.lior,! c,l!.n;:i*.. permit; work he carried uii in epci; pits throughout th;> year, ohi't: uic'i 'v.:cc ;e.ed o; ;mi:u,"v.-);iid :^>b he woi!:.. blu for mora than suv^r. mo;.th   !.u '.arin irore Northern clime ..-Arcti" 19 and 21 East Sherman Street. Bank and Comity Supplies! Now is the time to Order Your -*ay, I-iii ZKU V1AN   MASK   HE A OS. inn::periei.i freight ju.'.t. fjrtur.aln (, the obi m '�.1 though r1: no great C.h'..'. -U �d true if 101   the isentrr.1 en couh i.'li-.. i.nk :h: .�aiirord: to conn back, . be 'i   ined in no: u I i il sea) I Hi    ; op: til ent   b: :\ onlaiued Id I>ar,;o. �po-ty ton papers stamped with t and  announcing  his  appoin �United States Consul at a litt' ,tbo Mediterranean. ' .vAVithin three or fourye;.r:- ii $ulte dHTerent feelings that 1 another olilcial envelope fro-.i Department.     A  new  Pre: i .U p-irtie: that once in four years oilh::":; v;k, an in-are to bo turned out and i esh me. put in tlieir placet), is udu t',, ?lr Hortamnuu in his "Com ciar "'uni ,i conces," .After tho exciting eloction u"t i. ."Which resulted in the inangur.uuni :w President of Mr. Mayes, Govern-.;:- i;en 1ArickB, who had been Mr. Tild.>:i'- asso olato on the yotnocratlc 'icke., i�ru'c . I&lp to Europe. :j' :-Ho visited Munich, ana -M:-- il..ur_L Imann, then our Consul ut thu� bowed him tho "sights" of th 'he conversiitior. happened I) turn 0 (the recent election, and Mr. 11-iv Iri^!-..jokingly said: "Ob, well, the thing's ove.*: ".1 \ �: .-\ Jany fate, if i hud been elociea, -,on .-� T wouldn't liavo the pleasuro ;i. hein,; i ^Munich now.and ^oing round \.-i;h yo".. "No," replied tho Consul, "and \i y. �had been elected I r.u;?poso 1 slioule -.� have  been   hero  to he   n',on around."-Youth's Com pan m:.. OC'I-ONEL"-'    TOt.'i t i'UIj^V   SpPChllCl;   NOW   It:    ( h-    i '�.'uxhe. r" 11 I'lLlflitfit Collector. '� i lOr.g the i iauy cuviouo hmdc.l tom-. id the world, ancient ar.d moder::, there is nothing more remarkable i-'u.n tii? ma-l: be:.d<: pUic.'d with In .he o-'ter v.'rr T-piugR "t the top ci tnj \r:mr-m roll in the ancient rciuviau io..ih:s. f;;ic-Oi' thes4' h.'cds no'./ in the collection of G. '1. llurlimrt, of Chicago i" of heroic siv.o. '.he 1"; '.m only being of wjej, diftor-in*, i. th�." re-'oect ;r-.:.i:. x,)-- '-"[.yjviv oi Vorvvi:' 1 m. s'. !i -rd ., .-hich .,1 � e.-�M'all,with     e:;c(?:..tions i!jo ornri :e -;m,   entirely   made   .1    -ooi1. -+BLANK BOOKS' For the New Year    It is aJso the Season to have Your MAGAZINES BOUND. peons, near.' , ouive. �tdo.i.d up before a revolver "c-. ;:s_ act for thr.t weapon - I wh :'s ])  d id days '.nded 'iiniiciy ;^su!t c:cr:i hri ' �-.uiir the v eve:; c! the >..-- '-i-i.! A 1  '. ..-y I circumstr. ,.t � j "I was^in Hugo r ! playiej MlM'-rds jcamu : ... hegr. j aiice.   1 Jo v.. 3    v, Jlid   r;    '-1";   >v:-'. trouble -ith him no\:om"   ..'t.h.'uiu iln?.ily     ptckod �: Vrlir; ;-;id se:�: l> dif *i3 V.'L.'l Ulf.t y.'h.:'i ".' rj'.mi-pcd � i Lhe hittt r-'-.d ;;i it  l a i.e 1 il'XtC i to A--.: time he : ; driv..\nv\-. � 0 -..lai-:-,. d.i.iturh-!sr)c:"k*o r'l into became t-j ob-h c' n' ' * h e c I; 0 d l u a * le oii�"! ol th,- h;))iard .yir.g t^icugh a \vl-> r ;ac:-i'tg fe~' another :�!.,- -.me a. d, ,dr.ci!->*;; ; the pi ^ oi \ is ptom-aek 'ig"._ipst the wr.ll. '�'IV.   LolC'llf.   .'.OV.'il :d-.      ..:u.dh.;t's 1y     ca viH , 1 o.io r. iO.       \ i.ir v.Li.- .or.n. d l.iy o;: siuns in th  wood 'Trat moi:^ t*ati:i, �,\ set -�   -s   : 1 -ori',-"    -iro-niT.er.t a.   n:i-. e-o.,  c.-: i do,;.-;mr is. pieces oi shell,   ''irst oval  pieces of white clam rhells v;ero iv.r.arted, ��hich ryv,r�.. � 3'.".;   -dr;    'hili.-s   jf   In i;.U. civcuh'-. pi. tUVf kind dur'.i ith z 1:11 rr. iKScrti" �k:i-eye-, cimdo in p.j. d'. have boe.i atv.c:; v: iO ir'-ni fish hiaddc is; t'�.e.'-': > r.re the ;;upiis the yo-lnsh h.-,\e been r.uado , !ocl:9 oi iK'.'v hn.i'.'a'.b. th: rvd 1 jti;ivg the ends 1 c* !1 uh cc'Jons. Tho wooden .�.i:.yk 's hat ejhind. hu*. the l.ii ncail " ^o^nuod o' which ''u-: Vjld in an o\ (ii- v>t of  t :-y t: A Jiev/ and intei . Ilrtilft.':: <:'.:�. . resting ini'";.;hi    ru.-'recently been given a pracMcrl  test- namely, a machine for  mnhing cloth from  waste glass.    Ueaide::  e^lizin^ ;h\mdreds of tons of a broken ::nd use-tlesa eubstance,  the textile  produced .will have many advantages over all oth* *r fabrics; it la incombustible, vv.n bo manufactured In all colors rnd oi any desired strength or thickueHS.  The ono ptoporty of IncombuBtibiUty will ron-.fler it invaluable to those working near *or with fire.   It ia also used for la^ed' ;/dresses and for otlier purposes in place 1 \Ol silk, nnd it is said to bo more glow? ^ajid lustrous, and is more easily washed. ;,.i? Bt(U o not employ ad-^^'^iiyierbs to qualify nouns, Mrs. Meadows. ;j'v;8ay "good water," not "welt water.'*- ..v/^i'e._______ No Jtrtrit Without n Thor/t. wmf-^CV Mrs. Watts-Did you enjoy your i;uni-ffi&u^'-inev trip very much? R':i5v;';,' 'Mrs. Potts-O, just moderately. I ^^'"riaight have enjoyed it better if tho city AMpapors had not como every day and umdo -ii'me realize that 1 was 100 miles away �T^'irtm a bargain counter.-Torro .IIjuiw pti|'^Express.___________ -In England they look upon wtrav,'-berries very much as Califoraiuus do on nuggots of gold-    'I'bo "frultuiers" sell t'\ �h n tell pac-leo1- r.rrund '1 'way down tho hcrroi of: that idK-shootor so fa'* that it seemed to ).ec tha*.  eoui; : ')e a bullet in its churn be:. _ sot, my teeth against tho insult.   1 know that I was deadly pule. " 'Turn it,' ho said.   'One, two-' and I turned my cheek. I did not fool tho blow, but lhe flame which scorched it aftorward was like a furnace fire, " 'Now,' ho said, with a drunken laugh, 'ffiYi* Tj>o the other one. Again ho counted-'ono, two'-"and I presented my othor chock lor a second slap. tkU ovor 1 wanted to ki)l u man it waa tlsit follow, but V hr-d no show at ull. I remember the sickening foejlng which ran over me at. tho thought that he might insist upon breaking ray nose. Revolver or no revolver 1 do not ho-Hevu I could have, af;ood that. Uut X took the insults, t.ot from him, hut. from a six-shooter. A man can't argue against u revolver. Uut lor months and months I longed to meet that man on even terms. J never :mw hiru again." -N. V. Tribune. t FREIGHT   HANDLING. A       X'UuU HaUruari Man j;xplainfi Huyt tho Work �� Sj�toiimUxod. A stranger aii^ht think that the business of a freight handler at a railway freight. depot   was oit  slight consequence.   But the recent HtrJke of tho freight handlera in  East St  Louis made manifest tho importance of having men who were  experienced in working on the platforms.  Tho largo ; ^n�Jority pf,tke striker* Jaad been with. ('A'he average j2istA�en 0/ uJ0 iron oroa MINERAL   WEALTH, I'ruf. Mlu�Un uii itio Iron l>vpoHlt� of th� Southorn Hinten. Tho iron ores of tho South aro not only extremely abundant, put occur in several widely-separated floldc. Tho Khonandoah district of Virginia and tho neighboring valley of the Roanoke, Western North Carolina, Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee, Northwestern Georgia and Northern Alabama, ull districts belonging to tho system of tho Appalachians, abound in workable do-posits of this mineral. Texas, Arkansas uud Missouri also contain valuable iron orow, but thoy lie remote- from deposits 01 gor.d, coal. The peculiar advantage of tho Appalachian district is found in tho fact that the ores Ho in iha neighborhood of excolcnt coal beds,  which in curtain casos can be used ad it comes from the mine, or inuy be made to serve tho needs of the smelter after It is converted into coke. diifercy.i. ':o!j.- � ,mu '; bui.(1.l':s     -\'col and 5a 0-id  ?arih ^aiefuliy corn huDkr, "jui'.'ll'-.s oi Kinthoi'.", AUaclr.'d to �he leftside o.* the mp.fi'-: by long, ;te^t cord:;, hi r. pcr.eh lL^e'.n-bU.;.'i 'i v.>h:"jc  ha;;, ahiui '1;.. i-ic'nc* s'jurJ 0, ii;u i:.hr.!c of - -j.iambic.-., co-:.ire :.aii cioth.   rroui  t.h . cp-icsiti \ side ol' tn" beau �. :?ot !�' ;m.".i>e:id::u f.-i \ vhici'   -\sph.ceu ^ vii-iety of uijj^iit;: | eqirl  'o theKv vkiuch1  O.bovu--r ; Unr 1 iuv.t1a 
                            

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