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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                BDTCH1NS0V DAILY NEWS: TDE8DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11,1880. iivov-iioav SOUOOL-BOOK FICTION. A WMhlncton MtoPy Thnt flwi with f.ht� �rain or wiiitnui r..u. I would not bo understood m hollov-tnjf tho Natural Ilridgo not worth soo-t�R. It U a magnificent sight und moio 41]an. pays for tho pains it eopts t.o it�ro ioRoo IU   A natural hb\n. limo- , atone arch in height from tho tx'd ni Cedar Creok to tho surface nfthu : rch 9W.ltf fftet, with an avornpn tncadtli at *ho top of clgbty foot, la a wor.'.'.cr which la not soon In any other ; t "I tb� Jtnawn world. It is worth thn while logo there and sen this wondnr and It Is al.-M> worth tho whilo to go thoro and have the mind dlft&busod of aotno of thn impressions which wore madonf thin place when *ho profit t uinturo generation wan engaged* In drinking wisdom (torn tho old TWn'a ffourtU Header. I rmnombcr that my own mind was once powerfully impressed with tho ingenious :dory toJrl in that reader about a hoy, or rather a young man, boing seized with an am-bitlon to oarvo hia own name abnvn tho "G.: W.t" whtob Colonel Varans th� owner of the bridge, tolls stands lor Goorge Washlngtt Tbo Btory goes on to stay thi*L t';  ollmbod to hia present dartr.ir. i>.;x :'.:v.-. And tho rook above him ovorlir-ufn^ did tho rooks to which ho clmig. Thn story then wont on to graphically p.:;* tray the painful and labcrloiM w n. had in reaching tbo top, how. *t "mat, when within a few foot of t! n su.'ntv o! the bridge, friends who had gJiVnured about with bated breath renc'ied down with ropes and in some vn; aujiiBtintf thorn to hltn, tinccoodod ir> b.oUny to thd top. Of course, to give n rouniUi�  to the brldgo with Ihu confldont -/o:poets-tic-" of seeing that young rmn'-j nan:** m.u -aeoiug the niches so iabcr'.uuHh'  : Jirldf;-. la ai pio.it ;js t^rd xv . would tnalio :-o more .mpre3�'..-, . rook than would a rp.t's t.ot" < Th.t initials "G, W.,"      � arc, we-*-c chifieled i*. Hi-    o'.: cold ohisol.   Thcro u;o li.: the groat O. W. who 1,^11 over had tho ihno or d!M)i. aladdorand climb up tv.mi , < water, 'rin'x \\Till four graTod" or'aokora, hIx oggn, a pound of butter, a pound of flugiir. and ;i wiiifi-glana of grapa jolly. I'our on Ihn '';ik'.\ in thoovon Iwnnty minii tc'.vii!� -,vi f.h inot-i nguo fJ:!-voi ?d v.dtli t;::i.nu:r- o" itl?.iji;ud.�---T.-:idin< aiithrcVi quartern of a pound of crnr.Doil lump sugur, sixouiu'nM of hulifi-, tho hcatnii uhitosof tlvoaLTfffli tv;o talilcs'-potmsfnl.'i of rose-water or a davoiiru? of v;inilla. :\ littlo gratod nut-inog  tttiio may       omitted when tho flavor hi not liUed).   Cvoam tho buttor anil sugar, bnnt until very light, ndd tho vostvwalov, thon tho cocoanut, boating it in     ligtitly na possible; finally, whip in thn wMteu of tin- oggs lightly,   llako iitoncoin n buttored disli, or, if pro-forrod, in littln sholls.   iiprinklo powdered Hugiir ovnr Lbu oako v/hon c.ohl.---. Doniorost'r- Monthly. !   -Sum i1 on Hi to tho tho carpot-bug nt-. tutidn tho application of tho following i preparation:   Ono omics of  alum, ono | onuco of eh lor! do o* ::inc, three ounces | o* Halt.   .Mi:: w'wh tw^ quarts of water, and In*, it. stand over night in a covered I The"Tiorna ohXhSffaltTo must fttiril abmo nsnful fniKifclon or thoy would Dot have boon provided by natunn - \ laurel trfo growlnir   for it standing. It la thought to bo tbo largest tree of that variety on thn coant. - A dangerous �dulu*riitlon of food, is r�nnd in a baking powder sold undor tho name of "French Tartar," which, according to the American Analyst,contain* varying amount* of uxiilio acid as one of its ingredients, some samples showing as much as forty per cent, of this oxiremely poisonous mjb.stanco.- Popular Science News. J -A Saginaw lady who by great effort J had procured a pair of tbo now French .; glovnii-tbirty-Uvn butiuno-was sur-: priced and pomowha!, disgusted tho other day to tlnd tl.cjn upon hoclittloaon'alogs. � Tho tdiivvor had put then: on for Icathorn lcgglt:;>, ural tliy �:�uo !>in- c good pair, i coining ^-oli abovx t>o kneos. Xc another voj: nay bo left iwo   not!:-.'.�*  :otiji;\; 'nxturo or color. - in   w:."ili'.ng   w 'j'intiJfi  ?u! oi' iv-nrm ivj l.'jin;-       -luted. -lv � said tuat Stilrs .t d-iy pour it carofu'.ly intu ! ty-fou.   veai'tt ?ol, ao that f.ll sodimont.'* \ lately walked i.'chiiid.   nihito tiiifl with of water,  and   t>pply  by ;o udges of tho cariiot for t      n fuot fioiiS  tie wall, '.liat is necc�aar>..   Moths jf.'X'?.;, boo.*, and any other has boci sprinkled with fortes*   ;>ojsibie �uiOi'i,     l*)L       '. ' .noprred; r.ir v.ill the v.x.-'jh * .dl, i-. do^ii If nonp � ri'bbu-.i ci !.;;scl � 'tide, Mil *.hcn t'ir y-^cco -uobeil b ia:d.   it soap Ik used at all in ;dea:.in^ wniJonti, it it l.ost dis-HolVfM1 ?-:id ;'Ut �uto tti'j water with t:ie amtiifi.ia '�iur.o i.!u- a:*lich-a ar.-. put in. \Vcc\iv' . hou'd not '.a boilcu, l-ur is 1? �"?nnall:.). 1 t:.iey should bo j?:aldod. | 'V\iOj rt'o i eul cleansed by pvtU.-.7 thor.\ !p.v>ugh i'opoaiC; watery. � \.U -' tCi' o'^'.i is to boil corn too oung niid freshly joiuni; > liO'.1. C liitai.o i,f f Hings of Iron unu a voice of stoa- ate, ; of o A  r /Un-.' . i-.if. '. lib'.. !uako ' b �un, .Li i". indlgostible, ut fro:.i tin., to O'.'U has sot tho price iu a hushel of whtat, and Tn:\d" tbo country postoiuco the jrliiaraei ing *>t the ;-uval s?cIbo. X* has ^.irtallod ih\. powsr oi* Ll^gr, om-bellished t'1^ gantry abelvor. end burs tod ring--: Viil it, can'' get iv wiitip-'f, nmr rigb* in a y.avi\ Horn. -A str; n^o ;j ?>v::\^ .is of lower tinned  by tbo and County Supplies! Now is the time to Order Your ^BLANK BOOKS-k For iite New Year.   It is also the Season io have Your .A/INKS BOUND. i : ".I i v-getr. '"'tpo; 1;; r.ing; i^ 1 to di? h i.n Ccurf- "Kouj;' ijiai, ca',;u< 't Sr. itb Caroli.i.- i Ciiarln.-.ton Mu; Iv def'riht'd, i; i, : Iru t cookc ' It-'M.-- i tho loot for tbo purpose of narno in those bard ways had morn "iiji.jrlni... hand. Tbo "G. \V." u enough, and u rcctangul.; been .ihtso'.cd around tlvm, a very pro:ninont scsoicici, my mind that Q. W. Mui;el< tUoui.-Cor. CinoinuaM Vii v- .'rai'i.:-*ut iiv.: '. '.irkin c  prirj   nUaond- | the 'aro ,? f nail 111 buttor } milk J* A RAINBOW m:, ta*o taMcspooiifubi iulu pan, ard cno cnpCul o.' -'i'.bb.'s-jo'-jei'u! -i(   lour "if^cr*. :r i., 'ha  �.v.iarroa'.":l\ -.'.lion  r,n.l int-i*, 'no.', r.dd t.-i'; wootbroluls. ei"., looV-t! inoic Ii]-.' J{j!0 .bap-el .'rout � brims �a y tolors, -Iilotn oi SonigaUia, ik   /L'i'.C;   ,:r, ;i . . ��yg: It wo lt4vo tho sauU a-ui , tho wlilio, .lusty        tntj   li . 1b a wuiflin ':arrylri� a ourloiicl pltcbor of fti.Uji' oti hor 'inr.u, o�tt drawn Vj u yoki- ..J V-:  und fun tuo.u'triv'.: ntnlirulius, buairut; lul! eblofB, utraw hilts with v^ov. ahoolln^ trnllorlos, an.l cijie..-:;. ing Bbo;>3 uro tho Uil'.i'^.' t:K'. mom, as wcVi as'iio -tai.r nil tho shops, :;ii(l '.'.i-.j k ji bwon   (h'ciTtj.11   TItu.  'v man ? of l\unn ;l'"v p;or .-iot.^:. beinaifd! tacitl . :vrii ii;". �      i In OO'-.vTnWi^ vjil^r;. -1 Lc u.Gst "l'.pu:t'.'-r.' i. If) tho lru\-. liu} l:i'r.u:>'l; i-  J... . tfco ^ov:i."5" i'')(:.'l'J'".'i'v      i.': lice .a Uonli'r,' -.vi.'. �orw of convoy arf3tvi. r.n:' Bin tho Rquuro. Tl.i,:. {' under tho pllla.t, tf.esiii *nd weurlnff on tt ci: i c:-. ovov^- aac u:'.d .i.itccrr. '.^ (-'\,' ..r i tbrm :,�> n�np...(!>if;|l'ill/. t       ol-"-  iiurubcr c-t  'ho '. 1 d-'iui'_- cocioi^ y\ tho ii";: torivcu frc-i-. tl?�j      � T: I'V.inr.hn � a-iced i.icri:- *.\nt ibo rc- i to a, V' �'t-'1 '-.'L'J uc. was  aUutainitv theiTi, h!�u will fco r3 sulcata (a L!oi!'(), wl?h ik^dw t;. tb'j :V-.j' f.i*; *.u5 w.'ior: ;?'c .lac.o �  ,xpL(jiionlot! an an antidoto i^cbr, und tbn a*.ing of tbo av.1 .'esy Incllnod t3 bcibsvp �iboni ' ;rbir ' -iaz:-.?. � Ml- nnet', rpr.co f.r.d ' '-'."ipb, -in'-i-?.lk^d; the;- listened, u ib :n- . -c-. r^.rllyM; 'd:     in*? . ih::; rth'a i th� Vhc*\ Miinr* oici-a *'.vn-r.. �rco\~-   ill- :iCMie-.'s   r-^i;    ij c >;:> � r'^iiCC*: I^.t^'Ii'i? :h,i'u. ("'.oi'.';. ;h> .-j',-'./::-;. ; .'.i.r i1,,'"-.iiibl-^ ic-1 .ir^'ono to l.'y � I'li'u^;.? i.if". vat -, f^uuiitand -'boro : ,va-   iv.. '.   L-,: u;sco',r.r that' would iulc." o�.n to U'v.-o^top:! away. J ^t tbo o.  tho lec'.v.ra thnE-i v.-ho, � v.r'l- r;-t i;r;,f_-ep vowed "oVrr.nb. no�'or ! u   lij,ffii uni Xnovtn of Onlrajreoua aHSC;^LLANEOUtj. - -A ihkif was *.packed In New York tho other night by the trail he loft of atolen silver spoonw. -KoPty millions of humming-birds. Bun-birds, orioles, tfulU, sea-birds, wax-wln^a, birds of paradise and Hy-catohera arc annually uued indecoratlnff women's bat a. -A farmer near Atlanta, fla, nofc uoo.linifa coOln ho bought for hia aiok child, tbo latter getting well, mounted \i on foiv Io^b and used it au a watering trough fur hi* cows. With tholldhoro* paired bis funco. -The Paris tailors aro organising against tho awallowtailcd black coaU (or dinnnva. thnatura. cone Br ta. etc. They intend to introduco a garment of lively colors, with Bilk linings, ombrold* ery and broa  had i;ovo; had '.noro appreciative Hat"! oners and  U:,'.'. bo "held them spoil J bcnntl I-.n'       boi;r:j.'*- Chk-ap-o Herald, j -President Chavics  K.  Aduma   of ( Cornel1.  Unlvorslty has yoat returned j from IjJui'ono. To a reporter of tho Now j York Tidbuno bo said that tho Oxford i a*.id Ow'ibrldtfu Unlvoieititt, wbero ho j hud spent a mouth, were not so well adapted to tho needs or lCngland atprea- j ont     our colb-^os and universitina aro j io thrj needs of America.   Thoy aro all, | ho thinke, too much tied up wUh liadi- | tion to bo able to adapt tboui^olvea to I present educational   needs.   IIo   ox- J pressed blnisolf  as bein^  ospocially * pleased v.dth tho school:] of Switzerland, which havo roached a high grade of perfection,   papticulatdy    the   technical Bchools.   One  in Zurich alone has a chemical  laboratory largor than  all tboao in Now England put together. -*'l havo a littlo lliblo at homo," Bald tbo bad man, "that lu ltiflS I wrested from a Sunday-school class of uinoteen, 1 haven't oponod it. since, and it is now as olean as the day J got it." "JJrinjj It down auiuo day; I'd liko to soo it," said his friend, carelessly. Tho next day the bad man came into his friend's oillco and, throwing a littlo half-worn-out book on the desk, ho said: "There uhe la, old man, but 1 was a Httlo wrong about its condition." "J should sayao," aaid thn othor. "How dooa it happen that this Httlo book is so badly worn whou von thought it waa clean and nil �lgbt at homo?"/ "Well," said tho bod man, and bis vploo was a bit husky, "the truth of the matter la I've got a wlfu up at the j house and a couple of to us for Price 1H e-.:iilla"--thr.ttHf-'3atisfaoL,on of �mo i;k-!;,    A :n;in  ^iii rionopo- I conve-'-sau! �>*! i*c- i/vo straight j Every nno v;iii 'a. .-.liorougbiy t ,rc-, .-etc hi"., a r,tupir. bore, and. j uln -.uiiii:; Vo con ;tai it- VLr.it '.-no \ Oi Every Description ai: the i News Office Job Rooms YOU  WAKT�E BilI I it*acis. 1 Note Heads, ^ Statements Envelopes, etc., And we Can Print them for You. Wedding, Ball and Party Invitations, Finest Line and Latest Styles. Gail or Write \ \   

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