The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 7, 1892 · Page 3
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1892. 3. \; WASHINGTON GOSSIP. EVERYBODY IN THE CAPITAL IS TALK INQ OF PRESIDENTIAL TIMBER. A woman may 5eW,atid a Woman may spin, And a Woman may WbrK ali day, fidLwferi C"»«R^TTE^P comes info her koysc I Tlien Vanish all troubles aWay. CL'AIRI 0 :tti mm HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturers of SIFTED TABLE AND SALT West of New York. ) WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK DAIRY SALT. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to eitheri* the 'Ashton or Higgins imported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretaiiuy agree With us. Hurrlsali Is Not Talked of So Much as Ho Was a Year or Two Ago—Senator Hill Receiver Mnch Attention—Stories of Palmer and Gorman. [Special Correspondence.] WASHINGTON, March 81.—Here at tho capital we don't talk of mnch save the coming presidential election. We have so many candidates right hero under our eyes that we naturally find ourselves dissecting them. Wo carve up their mental parts, place their cli; actors under a microscope and pnt newspaper detectives on their post. They are an interesting lot of men, theso presidential possibilities. There is General Harrison, the man of the White Huuse. We don't hear as much of him as wo did a year or two ago. Then be was new and fresh; now he is an old story. President Harrison is not a man of whom much gossip is tittle -tattled. There is mot much color in him. His daily life is as commonplace as that of any private citizen. He neithor makes brilliant remarks nor docs queer things. Wo used to liavo gossip alxrat Grant and Arthur and even Hayes. But Harrison runs along on tho dead level of plainness and evenness. It is not the commonplace, however. Here in Washington we have all agreed—Republicans, Democrats, Farmers' Alliance and Mugwumps—that General Harrison is a remarkable man. He has tho most acute powera of mental analysis seen in the Whito House since Lincoln. Ho reads men as well as things. HiB lawyer's habit of taking up any givon case, studying it in principle and detail, uncovering the secretB and sophistries in which it iB enveloped, stands him in good stead now. Witness his messages to congress, his diplomatic papers in the Chilian and Behring sea matters. There aro some things about Harrison which even his friends don 't like, and he has qualities which even his political enemies greatly admire. Probably the candidate most talked about just now is Senator Hill. Wo aro just beginning to know him in Washington. The governor rather startled us when he came down here. His frank discussion of his chances to.be president, his talk of the means and the methods by which he hoped to win the nomination, was something new here, where R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT, Ask your grocer for it. 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Baumhardt, Druggist, one door uorth of Santa Fo Hotel. OZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Bare, Prompt, FotitlTe Our* for Impound, Ian of Manhood, Simlnal £»I/M/O»I, Sfitrmalarrlua, Af«raw«nw, 8tl/DI$tru$t, Lou of Memorn, dc. Will mailt you a STUOMO, Vigor- out Man. Prlct tl.QO. 6 Soxts, IS 00. : Sotetal Olrtetkmt Hallo* wit* took 8a*. Aitnu UlultiralWailiSa., •ate una* Aw •T.tOUM, • MIX SENATOR PALMER ON PARK ROW, wo have had hundreds of presidential aspirants, every one of whom subscribed to the old iiction that the office must Book the man, otc. At tho capital we have become acenstomed to the little de coption practiced in tho interest of dig nity by men who were spending their days and nights schei ling for tho presi dency, aud yet pretending to know noth ing whatever about it. Governor Hill doesn't believe in that sort of thing, and he was not long in letting every one know it. Some of the gravo and reverend senators were so shocked by Mr. Hill 's bluntnesB that they have not as yet recovered; and I merely state a fact apparent to us all when I say that the new senator from New York is not popular among his colleagues in tho north end of tho Capitol. He doesn't appear to mind that any more than he does their shrugging shoulders when he tells them how ho is going to win tho presidency. In all hiB methods of work Senator Hill is businesslike]. He is regular, punctual, methodical, orderly in everything ho docs. He has magnificent par- lorB at tho Arlington, the finest hotel in Washington, where he is surrounded by clerks and friends. His rooms aro open to all callers. No man is more approachable than Senator Hill. Ho has a way of making every ono with whom he talks feel that the conversation has been of a specially confidential character. Tho caller marvols at tho frauk- nesa of the man, but when ho goes away and thinks over what has been said he finds it is not of any groat importance after all. At precisely 11:30 evory day Senator Hill startB for the Capitol. • At 5:80 precisely ho leaves the Capitol for hia hotel. Ho breakfasts, lunches and dines punctually at certain hours, and always—nearly always—retires at sharp midnight. 1 regret to Bay that Senator Hill does not like women. The maimer in which he shuns tha society of the fair sex is so obvious as to cause much remark. When the senator first came to Washington some of our newspaper correspondents played a joke on him. They took the head waiter of the Arlington ono side, whispered in his ear that Senator Hill was a great admirer of comely women, and that it would doubtless be many a ilvo dollar bill in tho head waiter's pocket if he would seat the pretty women near the senator's table. Tho head waiter was not long in acting on this suggestion. At the very next meal Governor Hill was surprised to find himself emrounded by pretty young married women and blushing brides, of whom there is always a great plenty at Washington hotels. All of these interesting creatures soon know who their neighbor was, and they watched him with so much interest that it was difficult to say where the greatest number of blushes was—on the lair cheeks of the bride* or in the pale faco of Senator Hill. Tho govornor endured this tortnre—for torture it obviously was—for just two weeks. Then he gavo the head waiter ten dollnm to seat tho pretty women at the other end of the dining room. Perhaps the most interesting of onr presidential possibilities is Senator Palmer. This remarkable old man, now past seventy-five, is as lively as a cricket. Ho walks to and from the Capitol, and is often seen on Newspaper row talking politics with the correspondents. Ho is a great admirer of newspapers and newspaper men. He is tho greatest newspaper reader in the senate. At home evenings he spends many hours listening to his wife reading from the daily papers. Senator Palmer isn't frank abont the presidency, as Hill is. Ho doesn't admit that lie is a candidate. Ho meroly thinks it passible things might coma his way, bnt isn't worrying much whether they do or not. Senator Palmer's colleague, Mr. Cullovn, ip. on the other hand, quite as frank 8B Senator Hill. He simply says he wants to bo nominated for president, and in a decent, dignified way is doing what ho can to that end. Cullom is as plain and sim- plo as a pair of old boots, anyway. A possible president who is now much talked about is Senator Gorman, of Maryland. Ho is as secretive as riill is frank. Gorman is a master of tho art of silence. Yet even ho Bometimos makes mistakes, as In a recent newspaper interview, when he wa3 reported as making statements about men and affairs which raised tho very donco in his state. Will tho art of newspaper interviewing ever be so perfected as to satisfy both the man who is interviewed and tin? man who docs tho listening and writin!;? I fear not. Gorman is BO much addicted to si' lenco, and does BO much without making any more expression about it than is contained in a smile, that people drop into the habit of attributing to him the methods of a Machiavelli. HIB reputation for skill and tact in politics and legislation is as wide as the land, and by many he is looked upon as a master of finesse; yet thoso who know him well know that a large share of his adroitness and his BO called adaptability to intrigue is, after all, nothing but sincerity and politenesB. The truth is Senator Gorman is a natural leader of men, and to be that he must bo honest, he must koep faith, he must consider the rights of others, he must be unselfish. Else he could not be a leader. Mr. Gorman was recently asked by a friend for the secret of his success- how it was that he always managod to come out at the top of the heap. "It is a very simplo matter," replied tho senator. "1 keep my promises; I treat every man with whom I come in contact with fairness and consideration; I try to make my enemies my friends instead of changing frionds into enemies by fail ing to koop faith with them; I do not try to drive people my way, but help them go their way." Senator Gorman has all his life beeu a leader. To go_ to tho front without making any fuss" about it, to influence men without seeming to try to do so, to direct thorn while apparently deferring to them, is as natural to him as breathing. He is now the recognized leader of his party in congress. In both senate and house his voice is .potent. Within his party he has today greater influence and power, I think, than any other man. Yet his touch is velvety; tho reins which ho holds are invisible; he is almost demure in his unobtrusivenuss. Ho is a true genius, a born leader, who can do this. As to the presidency, no one can accuse him of self seeking. Ho is not oven a candidate "in tho hands of his friends." Ho iB doing nothing. The delegation from his state in the Chicago convention will at the outset probably voto for another. Yet Mr. Gorman's friends hope and believe ho will bo the nominee. Senator Gormau is such a modest and unobtrusive man that one does not suspect how much there is in him till acquaintance has ripened into friendship. Though always polite and affable, ho is not communicative except to those ho has learned to trust. His friends love him, and every one who is thrown in contact with him is insensibly won by a power more easily felt than explained. Ho is a strong and effective though infrequent speaker in the senate. His home life is charming. With his wif o, son and five daughters ho is companion and playmate. Hero his reserve is thrown off and ho laughs, romps, plays cards uud tells stories till the young folkH are in ocstasies of delight. Senator Gorman is rich, having made a fortune by lucky investments with his cousin, e,x-Sen»tor Davis, in West Virginia coal lands and railroads, but no breath of public or private Bcandal over touched him. He rents a house in Washington, but has a beautiful farm and country seat at Laurel, between Washington and Baltimore. WALTER WELLMAN. CAST0RIA for Infants and Children* ll Oa«xllil»l«iewtf fcda^^toeiuTcVisaUMt I Miiaeaet Itaa superior to a&y uiseulpelatl UunratenML'' B. A. Ascsra, K. IX, mttetMMSWBmktTa, H. T. "The use of' Castor 's 'k txf txtrrrmal and Ha merit* ao well known thai It •eatne • work of supereronUontoeaoVlcMlk Fawtvetbe Intelligent families who *»»*>* keep Oaotorie CAHVoa Miami, C. r>., New fork Otty, I Ate fanl or aBetxeaJxxeSale Reformed Churck. Oewtertatm . . , rtourSsoaeok, DirnkoM. IraMattaa, Kill* Woraa/flves stats*, stei prsaaej Wit £ol »ha)nrlon»r " For efvrral yeari I have u_. your' Oaetorla,* and ehall alwaya c do so saltbsjilatanahljproduced I result*?" atewnrrAtaxM.af.ft, •Un Wtattrop,"18Stli Stnas aa« **« BtxwTax* Tn OcrrAtra OattpAn, fl MtnnuT STsaait, mm HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yaids have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson—five roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Hcst distributing point in tho west. All parties wanting stackers and feeders should try thiR market. Information furnished upon Application. ' BENJ. W. LAPP, General Managar. COMPANY. orage Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one in the city having the necessary articles for tho moving of heavy goods We Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any purl, of the city at reasonable rates. Years of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household Goods without the least injury. If you want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone okd and save you money. Storage Department. c; We have the largest brick store room in the city for staring goods. Parties leaving the city can have their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be first-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price i* all we ask and a trial will convince you that we are tho best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move them and take all tho nickel parts off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap It in paper and store them for the season for the small sum of S2.5I), the season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rustproof, and makes a small job for the man who cleans it. We do not polish stoves, for that is out of our line of business. Hope you will give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, MANAGER, Office and Barn, Second Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. Euffiancl f a Japnneso Fad. There is a Japanese fad on in Eug land. Everything Japaneso is iu fashion, not oven excepting the Japanese re ligioii. Nobody knows just what that is, but they admire it all the more for that; for though the English aro not so prone to new "isms" as their American couriius, when they do have one they have it bad. Sir Edwin Arnold's eulogies on Japanese lifo have excited such an inteietit that a now society is organized "for the encouragement of the study of Japnneso art, science and industries, of the couimerco and finance, the social life, literatnre, language and folklore of tho Japanese." The organizing council contains mauy meu who have resided in or visited Japan, or become identified iu some way with tho country, such as Ernest Satan, Professor Church, Professor Anderson and many prominent Japanese residents In England. Very oppropriately the society lias its various headquarters at the Japanese consulates in Condon, Liverpool and Glasgow, for no people aro more anxious to spread information about their country than the Japanese of today. John Donnelly. Wholesale Liquor Dealer Handles WINE BEER & WHISKEY Kansas and Family rrzER-j^a-iDEj a Specialty. 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