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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 17, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas i THURSDAY MOBNING. APRIL 17,1890. One dismal 1878 throb f rife] the army and may U> described by tfae "busted," vera .buti-lug �u of a then *ory fast I/jml_.. thorn proceeded to propound ^thu iK-rploxing question a� to what his friends considered would bo, th�. termination to tiieir present financial embarraistaenta. "Our snoacHptlonii Will be duo shortly, and heaven only knows whew the stuff is to coma from, as 1 tad certain my undo wou't stump up. He has on, many prtwioiis invumonfi expressed his emphatic opinion thnt tender tlie circumstances it would Iw morn becoming for me to obtain �aine ornployment, instead of swelling, .as ho .chooses to call it, about the West Etui, and I am really iifruid mou affaire with thb'JoncH-Brown ^Irl l off." He had got so Tar with tlib* exciting subject 'when one of Wa companions interrupted htm in his usual jerky stylo. "I saw brotliar Bill last night/ He says he has struck a good thing at last 'Wantaoutya little ready to make a fortune. I suppose, howover, it is a wild wlieaio which will never come to anything. He asked rno the Hilly question if I could getany oiie to go Into it with him." On the principle of the drowning man catching at a straw, the gontleumn who had expressed the very reasonable doubt as to the forthcoming of the clut� subscriptions proposed, with his habitual oxtravuganoo, that they should lake a cab down to the Temple � nd Interview Air. Kill, who was n barrister hout any legal business. ifcC(u THE sckkue i'llOi'OSCD. '^^^oroposilton wmt curriod nam, con. Ulbcan'diniidnahle mode of conveyance, a jj* can l'i"iibus, wtis sulwtituted for a han-vl � Jf tin hour Elm Tree Court was N\ OJSSwifSiVW thirsty and impecunious BncJcvrhe^P" tiw .spokesman of the "�LSkri-*.ih.ii.... ^(>Uho idea of the growth of its skeleton. In man this occurs. Lin' bones ceasing to grow and beeomiitg utui- :l -it their ends to tliu snmll terminal 1>ij)1i\m^ in his lilst yew. The duration iiidiniii'il Uy nature, then, as properly that of the lib- ; or, figured liy I'rofessor Owcu, l(W yearn and "a few nioutlis, A French writer, forcibly aud probably with scientific, truth, says: "Men do not usually die; they kill themselves," Huff land thought it to be iu nmn'.i power to live to ^tHf, and Haller to 150, As a matter of fact, however, centenuruitiisui ift very rare.-Boston Herald. ^all about it, a� if it in ' it Si-How to lend mo some [ Ins bps vwh tlio-t alifjiti-Lion so coiiiition umoiig; cmnrktd with as much [opening an address to a krit^h public iiiin^UMes 1 pictures, and all that .cut ks don't knmv a , Now I propose to lUlii'* and works by However, a bait is I tut*?. I therefore in-�vhich �il] look in-fc�bli> within a ct'i-nicr to tho bum-lit (call an engraving, appoint to In* n idea is original, wlifth'.-r it rune �din or whether 1 jboutHmiethmt; 1 you um time to f art in order to middle and I engravings It was further Fhoped that the Tiedo the spurjruifj rf-ully tilled u col-" i that the osso-ilve right wuuid, ( the plate, issue at tho limited uutnber of gcuu-vings from tho original 1 such celebrated piet-Wed a very elaborate do-Kcture, and tho very imports fuii Instructions thut it t� and Kent with a postofllce 8 EUins, as the case might bo, ii full uddress to securo sato Illicit t>i>ucial urrangc-iuotttti bod f iteivunsmishlon freoof charge. rWaa uUtUxt that tho usual retail Fengraving was about ten times ' the Fine Art association, heno auspices England was llootled  of well known pain tings by cole-Eurtista.' : f yc4iruhavo now clap.ftvd it will bo ch of couflduuee to htut*i that these * -thut 1� what thi'v iiuiouuUil to, a obtained w|ioi} from a f;ctitlfnmn of I Hebrew perauu^lon. He hud in his jx>�-tha old and well worn platen of the uxal ougrttvlujiB, aud was _well satiulcdg i hl.1 part of .tliu coittni'lt, which was tffl a)?ply the Fiuo ArtfliaociutJon with co[)U-s at L a wuta apiece. The utuoumtiou retailed I at an avurnge of thirty cento, and, cal-: ou)atlng ail oxpmtbos, had a profit of twenty-Uv� oauUi ou �very copy sold, Tho Imrveart for.fcbuu/ iiuttn cuoutlis aud uaUnd A citizen of Addison, Me., has the rernaiu* of an ancient walrus that was washed out of a clay liank near his homo. Tho bones were at least fifteen feet underground, showing that the animal must havo died many years ago, and that the walrus once inhabited the Maine* coast. The National Flower. A wonderful thiug is clover. It meaua honey and cream; that is to say, industry and couteutment; that ts to say, tho happy bees in perfumed field*, and at the cottage Ijat* old boss, tho bountiful, chewing satisfaction's cud, in that blessed twilight pause , that like a benediction falls between all toil j and sleep. This clover makes me dream of ' happy hours, of childhood's rosy cheeks, of litnpled halios, of wholesome, loving wives, of springs and brooks and violet*, and all there is of painless joy uud peaceful human life. A wonderful word is clover. Drop the and you havo the happiest of mankind. Take- avray the V and V aud you havo the ouly thinff that makes a heaven of this dull and barren earth."-Col. Kobert O. Ingersoll. The H*!M*!itn Fly. Undo Dubncy Jones informed The Edg*?-(l(�ld (S. t'.j Advertiser thatits account of the lb'ssian ily did not cojresi>ond with tho generally accepted tradition conccrntug that little po*>t. He nays that his father, who fought In the revolutionary war, told blm that when the army was disbanded by Washington a number of Hessians remained hi this country, aud, being of a restless, nomadic temperament, di>--rrihiited themselves pretty generally, some of them drifting down to Carolina. The next year they scut to the Fader-land for wheat to plant, and when the wheat canm up the fly appeared, so that the larvas of the fly must have beeu brought over in the wheat. Wo supposo Uncle Dabn?y\j account is t he correct one. A MAN'S CHARACTERISTICS. Some men have no aiubitiou beyond making enough to buy tobacco. A man who can't borrow money is willing to pay almost any rate of interest. Every man nowadays is engaged in gelling up a society to reform sumu otht-r man. Jlow hard the man who paints trie* to bring the conversation around to artists. Tho man who talks tho loudrst on the ati-eels is usually very meek when at home. Some men think thut friendship is only valuable to the cKtaut Umy can draw upon il, A pretty man is vainer than a pretty woman, and bus his picture tuken three times as often. A man can do almost everything else for himself, but he has to have help in washing his back. Somehow it is impossible to admire a thing a mac bus without finding out thut the man has one that is prettier at home. A good many men are like the Miiall boy who talks bravely of flgh'ing Indians, bat who is afraid to go to bed alone iu the dark. A good many men who will not admit that they have a ccuscience, cannot deny to tbcmseKos that they hometlmes have a very funny fueling inside of them. You will find lots of men who will admit that they uro not great men today, but you won't find any who will admit that they will not bo gi^iaX men when they are "appreciated."-A tcbiBou Globe, ROYAL FLUSHES. The Emperor William is one of the finest htes phtyera in Qormany. , I'T104*8 of """ales was offered recently by an American magazine for 1(0 the Central una auebe-prer&lUuK American an b rule, re�i of womrm and men are moro hi' opiHHrite scX. A i was watod in tba remained silent at nes from his cigar and .lust disagree with the lost U"e*)t I evw came to being n woman ndiunders'ood verse nslti venes�." atr every one a*ked in a lend,'' he wiid, "not an intimate something much more than an naintauce. The man was named was thoroughly good hearted, hot headed and stubborn. Some ;o ho married, and after bis roluru. weddlug Journey he met tuo on tho > night and fairly dragged me up to arming littlo bQtim and presented me to ito. She waB very graclouA, Gardner ^C,ed a box of cigars, insisted that I take one and at tho sarao time lighted nwdf, saying that there r*iould bo uo ' f iu their house, and that I must t any time, without announcement JJty. I tell you it was pleasant and bjo. Then, while Gardner �at bo-iiro aud smoked, his wife went to io and began to play a nocturn of Tt was a dream to hear her, for she >t an artist, and I, an enthusiast in pped over aud turned1 the pages for ^n she hod finished Bhe began to =oftly and to tell mo of her oduca-rly lif�, Among other things . Strong contrasts in dress or trimmings will give a gaudy ofieot. Sut hied and quiet, colors make tho neat picture. For example, Bee the pictures oi nuns, or tho lovely pictures of Quaker ladies. -Ladies' Home Journal. i century.- TtutpoU'M lint Mint; in Trren. There occurs in Japan a species of tadpole which seems to frequent the boughs of trees. The parent frog or toad, or newt-it is not known which of the three amphibians has so rec.kless a disregard for family traditions-builds in a tree a slimy nest, and from tho egf*s winch are tbero deposited tadjwdes are produced. The tadpoles seem to prefer this airy situation, which perhaps suits them in its freedom from rapacious fishes or frogs, for there is no evidence that they ever desert it. When the time comes for them to be converted into frogs they drop into the pond below; bat tho American naturalist who first discovered this extraordinary fact did not succeed in tracing their future development. -London Tit-Bit*. WArls. The shah has .commissioned his ambassador at Berlin to ungagu engineers and workman to go to Tenda to put up gas works in 3th� larger cities. Tho exur, upon receiving the report , lecent duel between ofiicera hi the an said: "Duels in theunuy uro absolutely noj' wiry, and 1 desire thut reports of uuohf capudos bhall not l>o brought to my noticed Queen Meelrya, one of tho wiv-�s of K\i Mtudoue Mtu of Kurmab, lwently tiled her body lay in slum at Huug>-'>n. The A lUg Doctor's Fee, "What was the largest fee ever paid to a physician f" a frieud asLa. Doctors as a rule are reticent about their foes; but there is a Story, probably authentic, thut Dr. WiUard Parker was paid $100,00*) for the successful removal of an excresenco from the face and neck of the son and heir of one of the wealthiest families in the vicinity of Now York. Commodore Vanderbiit bequeathed $^0,000 to one of his doctors, but millionaires wddom remember the physician in tiieir wills; they leave that to bo settled by tho executors. Dr. Parker's fee in the cose alluded to, is probably the largest ever paid, in this eouutry at least.-New York Star. Iluw Seme Klniea Died. Kings havo died iu mean fashion, pallida morn assuming the fhupe of indigestion. Did not n dish of lampreys kill Henry II and waj not overeating fatal to George If "Pallid dt-atb pressing upon him," as Thackeray says, "in hJa traveling chariot on the Hanover road. What postilion can. outride that pale horsof* Both Frederick. HI, emperor ol Germany, and his sou, Maximilian I, died through excessive indulgence in melons} Baldwin IV, ting of Jevusalem, died of lep' rosy; Philip III of Spain, of tho etiquette which left htm to be roasted before n flaming brasier because tho official could not be found w'J>o$e special function it was to remove it, and $tant3lm>:Lec2inski, king of Poland, of tbetei'rible burns he received through bis dressing �own accidentally taking fire,-All the Year RCuuJ- A Neat ^Vay of Declining, There is always B�Tething uttrnctlra in a novel way of doing arimoknoyed thing. Ta those of my readers wfe;> are weary of the stereotyped form of accepting or declining invitations X venture to commNsi'l the following: A clergyman's widow recently^reeeived a card for some private theatricals at a friend's house. The lady's reply was to in� close to these giddy friends her own visiting cord embellished with the following words: "Be ye not conformed to this world." The originality of this concise, significant aud reproving "reply card" is only equaled by the liberality of the mind which could produce it.-London Truth. ConscirntiouB John. A lady had in her employment a young man from the country. On certain occasions he was instructed to inform any tyvr�pany who might riug at tho door that "Mrs. Blank was not at home." One day John made this reply to a lady, who shortly went away, leaving a card and a promise to call again. As the card .was handed to his mistress she said: "John, what dkl you say to the lady!" "I told her you were not at hbme." "Well, I hope you did not laugh." "Oh, no, ma'am," said John; "I never laugh when I tell a lie."-New York Ledger. Ill* Uobby in Jewelry. A Frenchman who possesses a number of novelties in jowelry changes his decoration daily. He is said to havo a watch charm for every day in the year, and some sixty or seventy watch guards. His finger rings are equally numerous mid some of thorn are costly. He wears but one ring at a time, but always has a striking one. His masterpiece is a ring with a tiny watch in place of a stone settiug. This timepiece is a delicate piece of mechanism. It was made hi Switzerland, and represents the labor of one artisan for a year aud four months.-Jewish Tidings. Effect ot Poor Ventilation. But when I sow your leading men they made me sad. Cooped up in towering honeycombs all over town, they work by gaslight in bad air, uutil there nro few wholesome looking fellows among them. Mayor Grant nud Chauucey M. Dcpew and Charles A, Dana aro good, vigorous specimens; but what is to bo said for Joseph H. Choate, EHhu Root, Postmaster Van Cott, Abraham S. Hewitt und u host of others whom I Raw, uged far ahead of time, products of perpetual gaslight, bard work and bad ventilation. Cor. Chatter. : Dr. Lameraux's BLOOD . AND - NERVE - KING I Cures Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Co'.istipation of the Bowels, etc. A I'ertectly Safe and Reliable Purgative Medicine. Price, 50 cents per bpttle. WORLD'S CURE FOR PAIN! A never failing Remedy for all Aches and Pnins, such as Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headiche, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises, etc. Midland Pharmacy, Agents. The trade supplied. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 19 and 21 East Sherman Street,! W, Wort j d and wrll Enilh'ih wiili wise iiiiJ luwuracy. Ho neit lut* u Sunday pasu without writing an' auj gruph letter, to bis friend and ally, Qpa Victoria. Wheuever ho travels he tab * with tdui hut conlUlential Kn^U.-li uttendaJf' Mr. Charles Murray, who haa Iku-u in his vice, nearly a quarter . tb periodicals and make* it pay, Tu� blue a^eratum, which U r.h�rished in England um u border Hower, was introduced into Ceylon by on English ledy, where It sijread to rapidly, runniug wild in the island, tbut it now eoata more thau $l,^.i(),000 annually to kivp it down in the coffee plantations. ltidt-r ftutfgard, the famous novelist, has beeu ijirnrcd $1,000 a weok for a forty weeks' locturo tour in tho United States. The oldest journalist in America is believed to be Ornn Follett, of Sandusky, 0., who la hale and vigorous at the age of W. Kmile Zola has cleared *100,000 from uNa-na,tt first issued in a newspaper in 1879, It has been translated in every European language. Ivan Puuin, the Russian lecturer, regards the three kin^a of literature as Tolstoi, Car-lyle aud Emerson, ranking them iu the order named. Eugene Field derives the inspiration for niUL'h of bis delicious humor from a fantastically carved French briar pipe that formerly belonged to Thackeray, the novelist, and which afterward posted Into tho hand a of Murk Lemon, of Punch, who presented it to the Chicago wit. Charles Dickens, theyouuger, wears specta* clas, is getting bald nud works us hard as any other literary laborer in Loudon, He has & considerable mustaubo, and in addition to �}AVIDQON A WU^IAMM, Xrfswyara, Hoomsl and 2 orer Kansgs's ston. DOES A GENERAL T0B PRINTING Book Making -AND- Binding Business. *pAYLOIt, JOHSB A TAYLOH, Attarneya �\ Law, Office, ap-etalrs, Huonle temple. QABBY A 8LIXKIJNQ. Attorney* et In. fO. KtrlOlnf!, Connrj Attorner. Booms 8 tad 4, Wdllotor block. J. V. OLYKaB, Attorney mt Imw, Office, eouth Main street, Deer co3rt,DOue. MTJ8IO. �>BOf. 0. H. OAKXB, VecAer of Plana, Organ. Violin, (J-iltai Kuele stadia, roots No. itni tjgultite the S>wel% MTen If 1 HEAD Headache, yet Cuier'a little Liver HQs art a.call7 v&id*bla in Oe&sUp&t ion, curing and pra-rattlng tMiannoriugcompWnt, while they aUo coireci ill aiaordors cf tho ut^ach>tLmulCrM, the Mtm roguhite the N>wel% �Ten If tnsy only oaxad ---- Ache they would be edmoetprJcMjes to tho** vho *uffc; bo many Uvea '.hat hcieHiwlnin werar^ODUv giwt boast. Our pills euro It while others do nut. Carter'a Little Urer Villa aro very small .\nd very easy to take. One or two vtlU ui&kua dose. Thoy tro ilriotly �ejtetable sua do nut gripo or purne,l>ntby the.1' ?ontloiwtion pl^aaeftll who useuism. In Till -t 25 coats j flvoforl*. Bold by druggists otoi mere, gr seat by mail. CARTER fticdlCtNE CO., Ne* York, MPili Small fin^ Small fries. B. F, OAKY, JUIattress & Awning Factocy Carpet Laying, Upholstering kail Repairing. " ; No. 19 Avenue A Bast. SPECIALTIES III THE 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. SPECIALTIES IN THE JOB DEPARMTENT. Letter Heads, Packet Note Heads, Letter Note Heads, Commercial Note Heads, Small Posters, Large Postersand Bills, Pony Statements, Bill Heads, all sizes, Statements, all sizes, Abstract Books, all sizes, Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Etc Drafts, Bank Checks, Filing Cases, Deposit-Checks, Counter Checks, Notary's Seals, Banker's Ca^es, Crushed Envelopes, Document Envelopes, County and City "Warrant Booksf 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 Binding! and we bind Magazines aM Law Books in all styles and at lowest prices. We wish the public to understand that we are ready and prepared to execute any kind o! Printing or Book Work! 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., HutcMnson, 3�as. 1 ;