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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSON I'AILY NEWS: FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 2.1*90. Large Consignments of the Latest and Newest Novelties are Constantly Arriving at the Opposite Hotel Midland, We have just received an elegant line of goods in imitation Cut Glass. DENNIS HANKS' STORY. Don't fail to see those Imported let Tubs, Cunning Celeries, Curious Com. forts, Odd OliveB. The largest line of Decorated Dome, and Glorious Globe, Lovely Lamps in the City.2 ^^.crj And the most exquisite tints, beautiful colorings and handsome designs imaginable. The Neatest, Latest and Lowest ever shown. No clear idea can be fonned of these goods without Feeing them. Visitors always welcome. Correspondence promptly attended to. RUDESILL & DAYKIN. FACTS ABOUT ALCIIKMY. A SUCCINCT ACCOUNT OF THE MUCH ABUSED SCIENCE. Ate Item y J>�t tn thm Hltcnirry �f Mmij Important l*i-oblrms in tho SclrntlQ? World-It AIm> Iliiitlnreil tliu Stluly nt Chemldtry l.OOO Ytu! (astronomer; Torricolii and Pasqiuile, who discovered to tho world I hi-inatk-r of tho wright. of ih*> aLiiHK4(ilicrf. iiml Prleatly, tin* discovi.'ri'i- uf oxyijrn. thus giving thret� ilisliiu-t ituh. Alrhemy first started in form inostuf the prnbliMu* which ycienueirt Ktill en^u^i1'. in holvin^. and it wiu the infant (.'ttorLs of i-lii'inULry that drew to the ntudy many men whose, donations Ut science have heen Ivevoiul Talue. The search for e;old was the crisis of these efforts, arenmpanied hy a wild striving for the philosnplu-r's nione ami tlie elixir of life. Tho Bible coutaiim many allusions to theaeje/u-o, but the iim record is to \h* found in an ancient Chiiiesn work dating back into ayes almost beyond computation, iu which thu elements are slatud to be earth, ilrc, water, melal mul ut>od. Moses wan evidently an adept in ihe science, from suverul refen'ne.'> in the Bible to hiuworkH. Homo carried tlie tstuily to n great uxf-ent, and reaoiied such a *h*~ Rreo of proficiency that Dioclesian, upon the ovw of a reported invasion by the Egyptians, ordered all Ikooks on the subject to be burned, lesii they fall into the hands of 1.1 io enemy and thus ^ive them BO much knowledge that they should be able tomakeokt written by a man who did not know an anuadiJlo from a mud turtle, gives this piece of information. It was. in the lesson, and the students must get it. And on this and like subjects these boys and girls were wasting their precious time- preciouH because, if they do not learn to observe in their youth, they will never learn, and the horizon of their lives will Ik; always narrower and darker than it should have. been. Already the work of that day is a blank They ha\e forgotten thu nine banded armadillo and the three banded, and so has their k-richer, and so have I. All that remains with them is a mild hatred of the armadillo and of the edentates in general, and a feeling of relief at being no longer under their baleful influence. Hut with this usuall> goes the determination never to study zoology again. And when these students later come to the college, they know no more of *cienco and its methods than they did when at thu ago of 1 year they Ijrrit cried for the moon.-David Starr Jordan U\ Popular Science Monthly. IIr bird in a spike tailed coat, and snarled uW>ut thetu paper*, hut AVh> got him to sine "em. Ho acted bo �gly that when he went out 1 said: *' 'Abe. if I'sas big as you 1 would lake that little feller ov^r my knee and spank him.' Abe, he laughed aird said he guessed Stanton was a bigger man than lie was in some respects. I came home then and the next spring Alio was shot. "I heard of it this a way. 1 was sitting in my shop iveggiri' away at a shoe when a man came in and said: 'Dennis, Abe is dead'." "Dead. dead. Old Abe dead,'I kep savin to myself. 'My God, it ain't sol" 1 went out to sue Sairy where she lived all alone after Tom died, and said, 'Grandmother. Abe's dead.-1 'Yes, 1 know.' says she. 'I've ben a waitiu1 fur it. I knowed they'd kill him.'and she never asked any questions. A body'd a thought the earth stopped wbirluV fur a few days, tho way everybody went on. It was like, even here in Charleston, like a black cloud that covered the sun." The dim old eyes became blurred by the sad memory. - Exchange. "ITU* voting woman, it seems, had had some dealing* with magazines herself, and not being troubled with conscientious scruples, she made two copies of the article, mailed one to a periodical to which slio had before sold some matter, and under some pretext delayed delivering the other one to its author for some time. Tlie article was promptly accepted and it check for it sent to the typewriter. Then the author of the article mailed it to tho magazine for which sha intended it, and a few days later there was mi explosion. U seems that the typewriter, as such would have It, had mailed the stolen matter to tho very same editor that its rightful owner had intended it for. The offer of a copy of manuscript which he had already accepted or paid for actually caused tho editor to institute an inquiry, which In a very short timo led to an exposure of tho fair typewriter's duplicity. She and tho author had an awful row. But tho latter couldn't very well lay tho matter before tho chief and ask for tlie girl's dismissal, for of course i>be had no right to have the matter copied in the office, nnd didn't careuhy�, K�r, Mu�c"�nd _ throat. jjOfllco >'a 1. Worth Msln street.rResidence Grace Church Rectory. Office honre 9, m., 2 to 4 p. dj. FhyslBlaa and Bvitns. Office tmt 81M tors. KMidran Ho. s� Fifth nnawMt. T'OB PRINTING Book Making Attorney. .1 �.�, Offlcorar FL-tt HittotiAl Bank. Katrine. qlbabom. Attormoy. fit U�. Offlot, room a i, a, 8,4, ovu Ho. 3i Boats Xftiu a\ Heath Rata at MlnUtm. Comparing tho death rati! of ministers, in respect uf the causes of death, with tho mortality of other men, tlio following result* are obtained: Of 80,331 clergymen, 180 died of infectious dibenseo. The usual experience of an insurance company would have made tho number 289| that in, tho mortality of the clergymen wan only 79 per cent, of the ordinary death rate. The death rate of physicians from these diseases was 127 above tho usual rate, pointing to tlie greater danger of contagion in the case of the physician than in that of tile pastor. Of luntfiiffectiona, excluding consumption, 311 clergymen died, instead of 828, the number expected from mortality tables. Physicians died of such disease* 135 per cent, above the nienuju rate. Between tb.eae.e3 of 20 and 45 the mortality of Roman Catholic clerfrymen compared with l'rotestnnt miuistersof the same age wuh as 187 to 100, while between tho ages of 40 t!iidil5 tho difference was as 151 to 1U0, and between the ages of 05 and 83 as lift to 100. now to explain this striking duTereiice is no easy task. It is suggested that it may bo connected with the life af celibacy followed by the priests, also with the rigid peuauces of Catholic ecclesiastics, which, especially in the case of young men, are apt to derange the digos-Livo organs.-Medical Journal. Lamb'. Protctt to Cuterldca. No man witli a keen perception of the ludicrous can take him seriously. So tvlieu Coleridge addressed to Lamb those maudlin verses entitled, "Thi. Luno-tree Bower My Prison," during B visit to Mm at Nether Htowey of the brother und slater, in which lie gushes over tlie "gentle hearted Charles," this latter revolted. "For God's sake, don't make uie ridiculous any more by terming me'gentle hearted in print, or do it in better verse! qbst.j^t� drunkfiu dog, ragged head- seld sliaveu, odd eyed, stuttering and any oilier epithet which truly and properly belong* to the gentlemau in question."- Benjamin Ellis Martin in, Buriboer. 1>|> I'Iiim In It wus a unique gallic of ten pins was wont to play in those days. Small natives swarmed like bees whenever I went abroad; you see, 1 was !h*> one haoli-or foreigner-who had unlimited leisure, and they knew not at what moment it might suit my fancy to embark upon some erratic expedition such as they delighted in. At n moment's notice I could command a troop of liorso worthy of on outlaw chief. If 1 letired to the billiard hall to amuse myself with the light and airy cue, the windows and doors commanding the lour sides of tl table were certain to he darkened with a cloud of witne^M>s. But I tin forgetting the ten pins. There was u small Kanaka tor every pin, and one for each hall. These some my.-'tt'rious way hung u|jon the wall at Ihe far and fatal end of the bowl ing alley, at the imminent peril of lif* anil limb. Whenever 1 made a t n strike, which I positively did occasion ally, it was invariably received with : deafening round of cheers-not omitting the -'tiger." But still i was not happy, for I always feared to liud the alley after thu atmosphere had cleared a little, Btrewn with Hawaiian slain.-Overland Monthly. _ Going a Mil*. A writer in a Now York sporting paper makes an interesting comparison of the Tarious modes of locomotion, with the following result; A man cut swim a mile la SB minutes 53 seconds; be can walk it in 6 minutes 23 seconds: be can cover i on buuwnhocs in 5 minutes 80} seconds; he can run the distance in i minutes 12J seconds; be can ride it on a tricycle in 2 uiiuutefl 40 2-5 seconds; on a bicycle in 2 minutes 20 4-5 Beconds, and can skate it in 2 minutes 13 3-5 seconds. Behind a trotting horse be gams nearly four seconds by covering the distance in 2 minutes Si seconds, whiluonarunniiig horse lie gallops the mile in 1 minute JUJ sec onds, and Last uud fastest, he sits in a railroad train and flies over a mile of the steel rails in 00J seconds. Lorn*. Tuting; Drr.nib. , Young Man (gazing dreamily at the candy case in fancy grocery store)-I-I wish to get something real nico for a -a young lady, but I hardly know what to select. Grocer (briskly)-Very young? Young Man-'Ikiut 17-still going to boarding school. Grocer-Yes, sir. John! show this gentleman to the pickle counter.-New YorkWocklf... Typewriting In Wtulilnfftun, Vp in our department there is a lady- th* daughter of a ditttnguished general now dead-who does a good deal of writ ing for tlie cheaper class of magazines, and'always has her manuscripts copied by one of the typewriters in the depart ment. One day she took the manuscript of a short article, written for a well known woman's magazine, to a young lady who bad recently been appoiuted an copyist in tlie department to have it tnoacribad. Offiw, Kooms 10 and U Masonic Tesiplo, cot Mr Jt�ln and Khartum- j^UJ.S HHOADKS, Lawyer, r Offlos aval Tint rTittoaslltouk. w. uvu. b. msoi J^zwia * risROB, ^Attorney, at la., Hntchlsiea, luui, ; Booms 11 nd II Mo South Main itnot. JJAVIDeON M WILLIAHS, Boonu 1 and B over Kansfcs-s .tors. "Not Wanted." For nimble ingenuity in tho pursuit of coin the blue uniformed dispatch boy cannot be beaten. Yesterday I overheard a conversation between two of the hopefuls, from which the company might lie able to locate the many calls that are answered -'Not wanted." A lady living oa Park aveuue called for a messenger boy, and boy No. 4-11-44 was sent out of the office to answer the call. He reached the house aud was told by the lady tn take a letter which was given to liiui way up town. He said that the tarilT would be sixty cents, which the lady paid, anil said that there would bo no answer. On the street the boy met No. 5-1C-55, and learning that be was otf duty immediately arranged that 5-12-55 should deliver the letter. He (4-11-4-1) wouldgo back to the office and report that the call was a mistake. The sixty cents which he had received from tho lady would bo divided equally between them and the company would low that amount of money. The thirty cents was duly transferred to 5-12-55 and with the letter ho went off uptown, while 4-11-44 reported at the office "Not wanted."-New York Herald. _ Chlnniiisn a* Sallora. At Hang Kong it is hard to get Eng-ish suitors for any sum less than �2 10s,, or nearly ?12, per month. In many cases shipm.'u.t'. a i,a*'cbc:eu obliged to pay us high as �5. It is quite a common thing for the while sailors of vessels from American and European ports to desert at Hong Kong, Shanghai or Yokohama, and to replace them skippers have been compelled to seek native help. This has given tho alnioml-eyed individuals *� hance to learn seafaring, and they have succeeded so well that a rough estimate by an authority on the subjt-ct places the number of Chines- sailors on vessels in the Atlantic anil Pacific Uado at fully 20,000. Four-firths of the number are rated as A, B's, or full-fledged sailors. The remainder aro confined to tho ship's galley, serving as stewards or general bottle washers.-New York Mail and Express. rpAYLOB, JOSB8 * TAYLOR, Attars.y. at latw, Office, ap-atalro, Vaaonle tempi*. Attorney, at Lav. CD. KlrkUng, Couaty Attormy. Booms I and 4, nldUncn block. J. T.OLTaLBB. Attorney as Law. Omen, eolith aVatn .trmt, ttoar cou1 hotuo. MUSIC. pkoP. C. if. OARKS, ' Teacb.r of Piano, Organ, TloUn, Guitar Mink StiulliiNo. .IIONcrtu Klin, Stall Keblock overKlnu'B furnlturt* Sto e. ABOHITBWT8. D. T.1DXFHY, Room 8 Pint NeUonsi Bank baUdlDK, Sntcb uuoa, Kansas. OAJtTKXK. Architect, Zimmermen building, Hutchinson, Shhi. Alway^Flrat. The Santa Fe will sell April 22, May 20, Sept. 9 and 23 and Oct. 14 round trip tickets to all points lnTexsj reached by their line at one fare. Tickets limited thirty days from date of tale, stop over privileges granted at any point. They will also tell on above dates and under ratue condition to points on their Uses in New Mexico. For particulars call on undersigned or address G. T. Nicholson, G. P.andT.A,Topeka. 2-50 J. W. Tkdkoiu>, Agent Of IU Own Aooonnt. "Somebody has taken my revolver out of my desk," said the religious editor, glancing round the room. "You didn't know it was loaded, di-' you?" asked the snake reporter. 'No, I didn't think so." 'In that case it probably went off of Its own accord. They always do, you know, when you don't think they're loaded."-Philadelphia Press. Dr. Lfdnt'i F.nudlcal Pill., the great Vr*Dch remedr. act dlrertly on the menstrual tyw turn Mill T'OflHvi'ly cure KtipureeRlon of the menses. Vverrented to promote menstruation Iheee ptll* Bbould not be t.kendurIn^prei;nancT Am. Pfh Cu., Koyaltv prop... bpencef, 1k (leir nUie supplied by tbe A. 4: A. drug store, Hutchinson, Kan-; dwltl & Holiday, Toveba, Kan. !2!!yr Passenger Rates REDUCED BY THE W. P� Bow.lls' Appaniuie.. One has only to glance at Howells to see that he Is just the man who would glvous o "Silas Lapham,"or that girl in another of his stories who trios to face tho most serious problem of life-gaining one's livelihood-unaided and alone, lie looks tho book he writes!- Max Eliot in Boston Herald. A Mute Mnrrlajfo. An extraordinary marriage woe solemnized recently at St. Mary's church, Maryport, thu contracting parties, Miss Ann Casford Mandle, of Castlebank, Maryport, and Mr. William King, of Wigton, both being deaf and dumb. The churoh was filled to overflowing, the greatest interest being taken in tho unusual ceremony. The service was read in the customary way by the senior curate, tho lines in the prayer book being pointed out to the bride and bridegroom as he proceeded. When asked if they would accept each other they signified their consent by means of the deaf and dumb alphabet. Deaf and dumb ladies and gentlemen from various parts of the country were present.-Loudon Tit-Bita In tue Celestial empire not children, but M men fly kites, folk on attlta, play mar. bins, ahoot firecrackers, and. In doing this, use their (out as much as possible instead of the handa-PbiUtdolphla Iress. 19 and 21 East Sherman StreetJ DOES A GENERAL -AMD- Business. .> 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 Bookti a specialty Real Estate Contract Books, Attorney's Collection Registers. SPECIALTIES III THE JOB 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, y Banker's Cases, Crushed Envelopes, Document Envelopes, County and City "Warrant Books Through Chair Cars Free Charge! of Hutchinson to'iSi Louis I Remember the Missouri Pacific Railway started this Reduction of Rates, and wiH sell you Tickets to appoints East or West ot the Lowest Rates! One Change of Cars to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland) Indianapolis and Chi cago. For Reduced Rates, call at Missouri Pacific Ticket Qffice. H. C. Townsend. The above iB only a partial liBt of the goods we car-^' ry and the work we are prepared to execute promptly. We are making a specialty of Magazine Book Binding! and we bind Magazines and Law Books in all styles and at lowest prices. "We wiah the public to understand that we are ready and prepared to execute any kind of Printing or Book Work! i Have stock forms, but can make special forms to order. We guarantee all work and solicit patronage. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Addresa, NEWS PRINTING AND PAPER GO,, ^JJ^Jh.^^ ^^^j^jfr 8502 ?567 1282 38 ;