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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas 2 flUTCHINFON DAILY NEWS: TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 16. 1*90. Visitors ;to the Fair and the Public In general Attention 1 If you desire Fashionable Late'; Style CLOTHING G-o to "The Hub!" Our stock of �all and "Winter 0 lotting excels anything ever before exhibited in this city. DON'T THROW Your Money Away Buying trash, but call and see our richly tailored and good fitting garments, and if we don't save you at least Owing to my Removal to No. 14 North Main Streetn Next Door to the Grand I Will Make Specially Low Prices on Furniture for a Few*Days. Call and see me. H. W. WILLETT, NO. 4 SOUTH MAIN STREET. GUILIELMUS REX. The folk who lived In Shakespcatfi'f Amj And Fj\vr that Rontlo fijjnra pass By London Bridge-his fnypu'iit wny- They little knew what man be was! The pointed beard, tho courteous niiett, Thu fqual port to high and low, All this (hoy saw or mi^hl hnvo seen- But not the light behind tbo brow I Tho doublets modest pray or brown. The slender sword bllt'H plain device, What si^'ii hod these to.1 prince or clownf Few turned, or none, to scan hlrti twice. Yet 'twas the khifr of England's kings! The rertt with all their pomp-1* and train* A'n* molderiMl, half remembered thlnRB- "lis he alone thut lives and rvlt�us1 -Thomas Bailey Aldrlob in Century. yon-i franiuy aamit. liut you are an impostor. Leave me!-Pittsburg Bulletin. Wliea NewNiuip^ra Were Costly. Senator Saunders, of Montana, seta a higher money vuluo on hta newspaper than most men do. Before tbo Northern Pacific railway was opened ho used to pay $107 a year for the weekly edition of Tho New York Post, which reached him by pony express across the plains, at a coat of $1 a copy in gold, which was then equal to over $3 in greenbacks.- San Francisco Argonaut. 25 We won't ask you to pat- ronize us. For reliable Men's and Boys' Clothing! Tho "Coincident Frnnkllm." On Glade mountain, West Virginia, resides tho "coincident Franklins," a family which is, in one respect at least, the mast peculiar of any iu tho whole country. Tho Franklins are a family of coincidences. The- father und mother were married on the Mth of October. They havo had nine children, all of whom i were born on tli4 Mth of October, Five ' of the uino are dead, and, utrnngeto&ny,! every single one of them breathed his bust on tlie fateful Mth tl:�y of October, Tho name- of the head of tho family is Joshua Franklin. Ho was a Confederate soldier, and wan captured twice and had two brothers killed in the war between the state*. All four of theso mishaps and niisCyituued nf war occurred on the memorable Mth day of October. In tho neighborhood where the Franklin family live, and, in fact, for miles outsidnnf their immediate latitude, tho "Franklins of Glade mountain" aro looked upon with superstitions awe. It is said that not a (tingle human being who knows of the mystery surrounding the family can bo prevailed upon to stay in the houso or about the premises on either tho day or night of Oct. 14.-St. Louis Republic. Uncle Sum's MucUnge. No matter how good the mucilage may be one makes, one never considers it as good as tho postage stamp mucilage. Every one tries to duplicate it It is not hard to make it, as the preparation if very simple. Hero it is: Dextrine, two parts: acetic acid, one part; water, five parts; alcohol, one part.-New York I our u at. Hoarding Uoumo Style "Why the deuce don't wo have break-fast'r" said the new boarder impatiently. "We're waiting for it to get cold," .wid Oldstager. "We never havo warm breakfasts here."-Harper's Po�t�t. fl CrtAC* RUNNER. the genuineness of Datum's feat naa no sooner been expressed when four "Oxonians" came to the front with the statement that they left Boulogne just ahead of tho Ocean King, and that although they watched her until dark with powerful glasses they saw no ono jump overboard. They state they had heard of tho projected swim, and were purposely on the watch to see whether or not it actually occurred. Dulton indignantly denies the charge of "faking," and promises to again swim the channel within a month. A X.lroly Cricket. A fast young pacing mare is Cricket, whose "counterfeit presentment" appears below. Although but 5 years of ago she has won many notable pacing contests, and her owner? can point with prhle to a record of U:HK- Cricket is a native of the Rlorious climate of California. She la the progeny of Steinwny (whoso 3-year-old record was li:�r>;?() and a thoroughbred mare named Dolphin, t Iricket's iirst victories of importance were at Jackson, Mich., July :j, 18W0, where she \rou the 2:30 pace, her beat time b*jingV!-.'2BH. At Sagimw July 0 she won in straight heats and reduced her record to 2:11)}^. Three diiys later she won again, making a est ns a dancer, and so to dancing her boat energies have been devoted. She created a great sensation during the past season in Paris, and is well known throughout Europe. The late king of Spain, Alfonso XII, \h said to have declared her tho greatest beauty in the laud. A Crnck Western League Pitcher. W. E. Mains, who is at present with the St. Paul Baseball club, is a splendid speci-men of athletic manhood. He was born in North Windham, Me., July 7, 18GS. He stands fl ft. 2,Hf in. and weighs 100 pounds. Ho made his debut as a professional with tho Portland, Me., club, of the Now England league, in August, 1887, nnd ho pet formed so well on bis Initial effort that he was retained for the remainder of the season. Next season he signed with the Davenport, la., club, and his work was simply phenomenal. He pitched iu twenty-five games, winning twenty-one of them, and it was chielly owing to his good work Muhen Cigar Boxes. What do you think of a woman who can run a factory and turn out 1,000 cigar boxes a day? Think she is a myth? Well; Bhe is not, but a tall, fair and forty specimen of womanhood who can balance 200 pounds and manage a force of twenty people. Her nanio is Mrs. Mary Bleffert, her factory is on Attorney street, and her husband is tho head assistant of her establishment. Not very many years ago this majestio merchant was employed in a box factory with hundreds of other little women. She was quick witted, ambitious and restless. A young fellow named Bleffert hud charge nf her division. He admired her skill, love followed admiration and marriage love. Then? was no wedding tour, nu kalsomined pastry, no satin ribbons and no foolish expenditures. There was a honeymoon, though, and it has tiut waned, either. There was a toy savings bank, then a bank account, a lot of dreaming and planning and then tho Bleffert box factory. It is right that tho strong should lead, and that's what Mary Blotter t has been doing for the last live years, and that's why who is mistress of a prosperous business.-New York World. -AND- Come direct to the Greatest Bargain Givers of the age. Peter Cannon, (ho Swift nnd TlreleM Sprinter from Scotland. A rapid and seemingly tireless runner is the Scotch athlete Peter Cannon, who recently crossed the big pond to try and show Americans a thing or two about sprint running. Cannon was horn in the city of Sterling Jan. U, 1K>7, and measures 5 ft. 8 in. from the top of his head to tho so lea of his feet. In condition his weight is HQ pounds. His first public appearance as a sprinter waa near Manchester, England, in September, 1885, where he met and easily defeated William CummingB. As Cannon was comparatively unknown Cummiugs was handicapped 200 yards in the race of four miles, but Cannon won by 250 yards In 19m. 215s. In a nix miles bandienp at the same place the following year Cannon wan plaeed jit &e lift yard mark, and won in -Mil Tm,, ilffcatiug W. Snook 41*0 yards. T. Arilu.r HO yards, and the remainder of the Held. In September, Cannon won a uvo mile handicap at the Manchester exhibition, defeating Newton, of Dundee, I'iO yards start, in H)m. i-M^s. On May 14, 16S8, Cannon broke the famouH and long standing three mile record of Jack White at Govan by defeating Hunter, who was given a start by 3-r>0 yards, in 14m. 19>, the second of which she paced In 2:1%U, the 5-year-old records of Bessemer and Arrow. im:ti:k cannon. The winner of tho first prize in the second division of the National Croquet tour nament held at Norwich, Conn., recently wits John Jenks, a Norwich schoolboy, only 10 years of age. denks won eight traigbt yanu'm. TO RIVAL CARMENCITA. a SpunlBh Oin Dim. The Amen' i time wr.xed v nil'* Daughter Who Will :v In AmiTlutf. ii critics have for a long ii linguistic whenever the Leaders of Leaders. Colored Sculpture. It may not bo generally known that much of tho sculpture of ancient Athens! . =, . , , was originally painted in bright colors. j"�'� 5""ls- 0n lhe Bumo 'la3r ll0 al8� the pasttew jLars, however, several m- won , m|ie uaudiciip. At the professional torcstmg pieces of painted sculpture sl,ona at tho G1(ulgow exhlhltlon, Nov. 8, havo been discovered which have given |,e won a four mile handicap In 10m. riso to some interesting speculations 40 l-fla. On Jan. 8, I8S0, Cannon made an among students and artists.-Harper's. Ineffectual attempt to lower the five and .--- I six milo records, hut the track was heavy A strange Colnotdeuoe. and the breeze strong, and hit* time for mIx A curious coincidence is said to have ""lira, 30m. 17s., wusSTseconds slower than occurred in one of the London chess re- J�C White's old time for the same dis-.... ii- m tance. Cannon announces Ins readiness to . gentleman was looking on for run imy nllm ln AnlorloH a B1!rie� of races some time at a gamo being played be- Rt .liffereut distances, or single races at twoen two excellent chesaista. He left from oub to five miica. them still playing. The next day he i-- Btarted for a loug sojourn abroad. Ho Duvia nalton': story m.oreduea. waaawoy nearly five yejtrB, during which I The alleged �wim of Davis Daltoo across time ho had beon round tho world. . On the English channel Aug. I? him kicked his return to London be went to the up quite a row in Kugllxh athletic circles, same chess resort that ho had formerly Ihilton claims to have leaped olT the stern visited, und there ut the same tublo as of a sailing yacht, the Ocean King, at Bou before were tho same two players whom lo�I,c- ,,lt,4 p-.m on,11,111 ,'l,,',y' lind 10 '"J!" hebud,0v�-yoarsbefore left at tho game. ^^T^^TXZ -London llt-lijts. I j!e 8WllI, on mK i)(U;k, and bis utory ib voucIihI for by two boatmen and his reg" larly appointed historian. When Dalton lataiwl he was nearly blind name of Cartui'in-ita, the Sparjish danseusti, has been meini nu-il. Before* longHhe will have a rival hi America, und it remains to be Mi'ii low t his M'tjoml claimant for honor ; and doli-irs will In- received. Carmcncitu i> very beautiful, but it is said that Senorita (>ti;ro, who in coming, is more lovely still: Caromncita Ls sinuous, grautr (ul and impassioned, hut those who have seen Carolina Otero say that to compare to her wonderful glides and skips and wriggles the glides and skips ami wriggles of Carmencita in profanation. It is certain that whatever Otero's powers as a dancer are, she has two advantages ever Carmencita. One is that she fs the daughter of a general and is well txlu- PITCHER W. E. MAINS, in the box that the Davenports retired at the end of the season as champions of the Interstate league. In August Anson secured him for the Chicago club; but after pitching in only one gamo, which be won, Mains was taken ill and was released Oct. 1, Last year he donned a St. Paul uniform, and his record waa a good one. He pitched in forty-nine games, winning thirt.y-cigh and stood ninth on the batting list of the Western Association with an average of .823. The St. Paul management retained hla services for tho present' season, but though playing better than ever this year he has received poor support from a very weak team. His record up to date in thirty-four games played, seventeen games won. He Is recognized as one of the best hatters iu the Western Association, and be Is a close second with an average of ,!.t00. This season he has made fifteen two-base hits, three rhree-base hits and three home runs. Mains.iii addition to being a (bvt class uttaU-r .Vum pitcher, U an excellent tirst ba>t*i!ian. His great height and length of reach and lii.-> fair spi-.-il make liim a valuable man in uuy part of the liuld. 19 and 21 East Sherman Street, DOES A GENERAL T0B PRINTING Book Making -AIil>- SPECIM.IS IK THE BOOK Journals, Ledgers, Balance Books, Minor Abstract BookB, Blank Books of all kinks, Land Examiner's Book* LoaD Registers, County Records, Manilla Copy Books, Ward Registration BookB, White Paper Copy Books, Scale Books a specialty Heal Estate Contract Books, Attorney's Collection Registers. Opera House, corner 1st Aye and Main St. An Impoator. Heleu (of Pitteburg)- Did I understand you to say you wore a Pittaburgor, from the etrwu of the halt water upon his Mr. UeartiboyV eyes, and hU exhausted condition seemed Mr. H.-1 am. 1 waa born and raised 10 unc|inwtionuhiy confirm his story. yjere i Ills rapid recovery, however, seems to Helen -U is impossible. ,mve 1wxciu'1! l'w KllK>�u'10" .of ll>" w[rl* - v**w�mbv; �k ko uw^vwuio. � ,,M>m|,.ntM w|lo mtemewn.l him. as a short You, with your arm* and lunba un- timeafier laiahn^ � physician pronounced broken, and not even the scar of a cable- ,|,, u, \n (irht v\iWn (:'�niiiti-Hi His jmlac car cowcatcher ou your browt You % �as swung, bis bmg aetimi was [lerfect Pittsburgorl 1 hod become attached to nu. cated, and the other is that she can sing. When she was yotbuta baby ber father nent ber to the Conservatory of. Mimic at Madrid so pronounced was ber ATHLETIC DRIFT. 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 Bindingl mi we bind Magazines and Law Books in all Btyles and at lowest prices. We wish the public to understand that, we are ready and prepared to execute any kind of Printing or Book Workl Have ptock forms, 'out can make special forms to orderi We guarantee all work and solicit patronage. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Address, NEWS PRINTING AND' PAPER GO, Hutchinson, Kas. STRAY BITS. France claims to have seventy-six millionaires. The national lifeboat fnstitut ion loot year saved ti27 lives from shipwreck. It is said that there fs room for just 100 more great men In Westminster abbey. The total annual home consumption of opium in China was lately reckoned to be about 41.rf(KMJ00 pounds. A Norwegian statistician asserts that marriage increases the death rate among women and decreases It among men It is said that In many Welsh villages the yew tree and the church are of lhe same age, the one being planted when the other was built. The newest thing In baby carriages ts a con! rivancf that by means of various appliances may be transformed Into a sled, a cradle ami a go-wu*t, A faithful dog la Hamilton, O., didn't abandon its attempt to arouse its drunken owner, who had fallnn asleep on the railroad track, until an engine cut off its leg. The man escaped injury The largeHt apple tree InOhlolsIn Wash- he Hutchinson Iron Works J. M. THOMSON, Prop. ESTIMATES FURNISHED FOR ILL HNDS CASTINGS utleut, Mid when mIio wuh but 10 yenm old | taytnn enmity mill ynx plnntwl In 1701 or the Mux In ooucert with Rome Buccemi. On 1702 Tlit- trunk whi'rv It lioimHlltwt girths two occasions sh^ Iuih KUnj{ Ctirmon at the i g^ven feci two Inuheti ami the. largest Opera Ooiuique In Paris. But It wiw cvl 1 branch Ktrtha bovqd font, riant fmm the first that she oould bo itraat- | Oolnmnt, Llntelt, GlrJer*. I Be�roi,:|B�9h Weights, Honte; Fronts, inftnj] ivtgk Arobiteotunl Iron Work � �pedalBdrjbm, Blum Pump, and tU Olsstea KkoUneiy H�p*ired. 8fttiusotloixguusniead4 OIts me % csil. Office and Works, South Hutchinflon. Telephone 186 3302 ;