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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, May 2, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1892. SECOND TERM TALK. HOW CtRTAIN SENATORS VIEW HARRISON'S RENOMINATION. Interefttlug ( JOHMIP from the Clonkronma. Where CaiKllriHtcff Are. Mado nnfl Un- naiule nmt I'arly Policies Formulated. BlHciutBlnflT tho IJeiiiocrfttie Cni "ll4litt «!n. [Sppclftl Carresounu'oncfl.J "WABHINOTON, April 21.—Tlio gossip of the senate cloakrooms. That is what wo all like to get. Wo liko to hear what the Hcwitors are talking about Among themselves whilo Bitting on their easy chairs or reclining on their luxurious sofiiB in tho privacy or their sennto retiring rooms. In these appartmenta a majority of the senators spend most of their time. Tho company thero is congenial, the stories good, the cigars fragrant, the gossip fresh and interesting. Here the progress of legislation, the movements of parties, the ambitions of men are dincuxHcd as nowhere else in thio country—by the men themselves and by tho loaders and makers o£ parties and nominations. These cloakrooms are the new'B center of tho United Statos. They are a clearing house of information, of tittle-tattle. These senators are for the most part big men in their states. Each and every one of them has hundreds of tho best informed men in his part of the country writing him letters all tho tinio or sending him hints as to the slate of pnblic ftelinpr and us to what is going on in tho great world of the people. . Members of the house, as a rule, owe a certain sort of allegiance to the senators from their states, and are hewers of fact and carriers of intelligence for them. Naturally under these circnm stances the senators who infest tho cloakrooms have a great many things k> talk about. Republican Minn tors and Democratic senators mis together They do not hnvo many secrets one from another. I aw told that tho poorest placu in the world to keep a secret is the cloakroom of the sonata. It may not get beyond tho smoke tinted walls of these- private corridors, for there is a senatorial tradition that what is uttered there must not bo repeated outside, but in nn hour or two a new story or fresh bit of gossip is known all over the senate. A few days ago I spent an evening with a prominent senator. "Tell 1110 somo of the gossip of your cloakroom; said I. "For instance, whom are you senators nominating for president and vice president nowadays? And who is going to be ohvted?" "Yon want to know too much," smilingly replied my senatorial friend; "you want to know more than we know. But I will tell you a iVsv of tho things we are saying up (here in the cloakrooms, when, we sit around und smoke and exchange stories and ideas. We have come to I lie conclusion that President Harrison will bo renominated without opposition at Minneapolis. On this wo have no differences of opinion. Moreover, the ticket will be the old ticket over again—Harrison and Morton. I suppose you know Dial Mr. Harrison is nut popular in the senate. Kvuti among the Republican senators there is a strong disposition to Bay unkind and sharp things about him. Many of these senators don't want Mr. Harrison renominated, and they have tried their best to iiud a way to beat him. But they have now given up all hope or being able to do so. Bluine was their last chance. Had Bluine consented to run 1 can tell you as a bit of inside news that President Harrison would not have permitted his name to go before tho convention. The president is not nearly us eager for another term as some people think he is. If thero was uuy serious opposition to him I uiu told ho would not take tho trouble to tight for a second nomination. But when Blaine declined it loft Uiu field so clear that all the president had to do was to sit still anil take what came to him without effort on his part. "Tho Republican senators who don't want Harrison nominated have been trying in every way in their power fo set up « man who could beat him. They have discussed tho strength and availability of about a score of possible rivals, but without reaching any agreement. Tliuy have talked of Alger, of Cullom, of JUKinley, of Uresham, of Allison, of I'latt, tho senator from Connecticut, and a lot more. But to every man proposed soino objection has been urged, and they have finally settled down into u feeling of hopelessness. Their last programme was to send word throughout the country that linin- structed delegates should be sent to the Minneapolis convention; that conservative men wevo to bo chosen to represent tho party in the national convention. Their hope was that when tho convention met, if a majority of its members were nijinsfructod and unpledged, manipulation and combination could bo depended upon to find a way to beut the president. Even this plan has not worked; it is clear that a largo majority of the delegates to the Minneapolis convention will lie for Harrison. Not one of the senators of whom I speak has a hope any more that tho presidont will )xi defeated," "What is thy trouble between the president and these senators of his own party—why linvo they not got on well together?" "It all comes from tho friction incident to the distribution of patronage, That is all there is to it. Tho president is one of the inont stubborn and independent men we have ever had in the White House. He has had liis own way about everything. Sometimes he has done what the senators wanted liim to do and sometimes he hasn't. There is always trouble between a president and tho senators of his party about (illing the offices. I have boon in Washington through half a dozen administrations and I never saw tho timo when the chief executive and members of Uio sennit were not at loggerheads about umii up poiutiucnti) or something incidental to nppointuiouts. Of course President Harrison has had more trouble than most of his predecessors because of hit) pecnliar characteristics. Ho hasn't any faculty for doing things iu a Binooth aud pleasant way. He makes people who call on him about appointments feel uncomfortable. He is a suspicious I have heard a score of senators say that whoreas Arthur and other presidents could deny a man's request in such a way as to make the man a friend, Mr. Harrison is so unfortunate as not to be able to grant a request in such a way as to attach the beneficiary to him. This is a matter of temperament and nothing else. Wo all agree, Democrats as well as Republicans, that Harrison hns •undo a good president. He is a man of remarkable insight and analysis. He has the ,power of sustained labor and study. He has been clean and strong. IHB chief weakness has been in his personal contact with men—his strange inability to get on smoothly with them. "One thing I admire him for is hip frank stubbornness abont this thing. He knows his weakness, but defies it. To thOBo who have advised him to make an effort to change he has Baid that he is too old a dog to learn new tricks, and that aa ho is so must he continue. He said lie would despise himself if ho were to try to change tho habits of a lifetime for the sako of winning a few more friends. What senators complain most of in the president is his abruptness. He bus a way of dismissing them OT dropping a subject in which they are very much interested so suddenly aa to bo rather shot-king. Ho doesn't mean to give offense, but does just tho samo. He is just HS abrupt to members of his fam My, but they know him. "An instance of this was told me a day or two ago by a friend of the president's who was at dinner recently in the White House. Two or threo members of tho family had a littlo conversation about an official matter. They bad their opinions about it and were not afraid to express them, though their opinions did not harmonize with those of the man who sat at tho head of the table. Tho president evidently thought tho ladies of his household were trying to give him some advice, for ho said, 'The people elected mo president, not my family.'" Then the conversation was changed to another topic. "Filling tho offices is the bane of every man who occupies the presidential chair," continued tho senator, "and 1 will toll you that in the senate cloakrooms wo have come to the conclusion that on account of the friction and trou ble arising from this source the day in near at hand when the presidency will be a one term office. Either tho constitution mil bo changed so as to prohibit a second term, or it will bocomo tho unwritten law that u man is not to have two tonus, just as it is now the unwrit ten law that there shall not be a third terra." "But you haven't told me whom the Democrats will nominate for president at Chicago V" "I can't tell yon. in tho senate cloakrooms, where wo presume to settle so many big questions, we haven't any sort of an idea on this point. All the surface indications point to Mr. Cleveland. But here again comes in this sumo thing of friction about the spoils. If Mr. Cleveland were as popular iw ho is with the masses of his party, and had never been president, he would surely bo nominated. No power on earth could stop it. Hut the leading men of the Democratic party are afraid he has so many enemies, men who became angered at him \Vliilo ho was in the While House, that ho cannot bo elected. Added to this, they say, is the bitterness between tho Hill and Cleveland factions in New York. As a result of these conditions wo have large numbers of tho party throughout the country crying for Cleveland, while the leaders in Washington are trying to agree upon some other man. How it will all come out is more than finite man can foresee." "One trouble about agreeing upon a man to beat Cleveland with is that u> many of the men who want to defeat Cleveland want to bo president them? selves. As soon as one of their number begins forging to the front tho others begin tearing him down. In this way tho field is kept divided tip, with not much hope of uniting it anywhere. The masses of tho party stop shouting for Cleveland long enough to hear the leaders tell tlieni Cleveland can't ho elected. Then they ask who can. And when a Babel of voices answer them that this man can, and this man can't, (hey become confused and go back to their idol. That is the way it is going now. In the cloakrooms 1 hear Democratic senators shaking their heads and saying it looks much liko Cleveland. "Senator Hill's friends are not nearly so hopeful as they were, and I hear that the Hill strength will bo thrown to Senator Palmer, of Illinois, Senator Briee. of Ohio, says Palmer can be elected. But just as soon as the Palmer movement begins to make headway Gorman Morrison, Carlisle und others go over to Cleveland iu order to head Palmer off, Tho ticket most talked about in Washington just now, in opposition to Cleveland, is Palmer und Flower. Thochani- pions of this ticket argue that it could curry Indiana und New York if any ticket could, aud possibly Illinois. It is also said that Senator Hill has determined to defeat tho nomination of Cleveland ut any cost, and that if ho cuu't do it with Palmer ho will try a new combination. "Until recently ox-Secretary Whitney has not been very warm for Cleveland, but he has recently announced a return to his old allegiance. Washington observers take this as meaning that the New Yorlconi who are not followers of Hill have concluded that the nomination of the ox-president is inevitable, and that while some of them question the wisdom of it they have decided to accept that which they can't prevent and make the most of it. If amid all these perplexities and complications it is possible to have a belief as to what the outcome will bo, I should say the belief most often expressed in thesenateclouk- roonw is that Cleveland will be nominated and that tho fight of 1893 will be the fight of over again." WAvnsit WHLUUII. "Weill Well!' That's the way you feel after uno or two of Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets hove dons their work. You feel well, instead of bilious and constipated ; your sick heartache, dizzi- imd indigestion oro gone. It's dona mildly and easily, too. Yon don't have to fool worse before you foel better. That is the trouble with the huge, old-fashioned pill. These are small, sugar-coated, cosiest to take. One littlo Pellet's a laxative, three to four are cathartic. They regulate and cleanse the livor, stomach and bowels—quickly, but thoroughly. They're tho cheapest pill, sold by druggists, because you only pay tor the good you get. They're guaranteed to give satisfaction, ovary time, or your money is returned. That's tho jpccitliflr plan all Dr. Pierce's modiefiios are sold on. u Value received, or no pay,"—you can't get these terms with any othi any price. Cau you a_sk more) any other medicines, at Little Judith, the 8-year-old daughter of Mr. Mullineaux, of the Inland Christian Advocate, Des Moines, Iowa, on learning that her special playmate, a child of her own ugc had taken the whooping cough, took a bottle.of medicine, which hud cured her of a troublesome cough, and went over and said "You must take this medicine; it will do you good. Mr. Mullineaux was curious as to the result and on making inquiry learned that the little neighbor, who had been unable to rest, at night, bad been greatly relieved in that respect. The puroxysms were neither so frequent, severoor enduring. The. cough, under the genial action of this admirable remedy, was loosened. The medicine liquefies the mucus and enables the sufferer to throw it off. The attack iu the beginning gave every evidence of being a severe attack of whooping cough. Indeed it was u gen uine case; but this preparation, while perhaps it may not be a positive cure for the disease, is undoubtedly able to alleviate it. If it docs not cure it, it will give unquestioned relief. The medicine referred to is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by C. II, WINHI.OW, Druggist If. S. Main St. WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspop- sin. and liver complaint? Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh Cure. For sale oy A. & A. Drug Co. The Presbyterian General Amiutiihly at FortlMliI, May, 1810J. For tho accommodation of those desiring to visit at points in the vicinity or at Portland, during May, the Union Pucltlc will sell tickets at one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale May Oth to 1-1 tli inclusive, limited to ninety days from date of syle. For tickets or additional Information apply to your nearest ticket agent. 3-5-14 We truly believe DeWits's Little Earlcy Risers to be the most natural most affective, most prompt and economical pill for billlousuess, indigestion and inactive liver. Beam's Midland Pharmacy. Sleo|> on Left Slile. Many perscinB avc unable to sleep on their left side. The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of l)r Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana specialist in nervous and heart diseases, who bus proven that this habit arises from a diseased heart. He has examined and kept on record thousands of cases. His New Heart Cure, a wonderful remedy, is sold at A. & A. Drug Co.'s. Thousands testify to its value us a cure for Heart Diseases. Mrs. Chas. Uenoy, Loveland, Col., says its effects on her were mnr- velous. Elegant' book on Heart Diseases free. 4 THREE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements Inserted In this department will be charged for at the rate of one- half cent per worn: they must be inserted lor a ilellnlte number or times and paid for when insertion commences. This rule will be strictly observed in all cases. W ANT«D. WANTJSD. Day boarders, ain street. at No. 4 South tf ANTED—Good, clean rags at the Nmvs press room. [7TOII SALE—Old papers in packages of 100 for sale at the NEWS oltlcc. w T7V3R RALE—Large steam Singer Sewing JJ machine. Enquire at this onlcc. tf W ANTED—Girl tor general housework, Mrs. II. W. Ladd, B81 First avenue cast. tf W ANTEU—A girl to do genera) house work. Calfat No. 11T First avenue tf Attention, Ladies. If you want neat Morning VVi'appWb, Stylish Tailor Made- Gowns ov Street Dress, Handsome Tea Gowns. Elegant Evening Costumes, cull on Miss E. A. CHURCH, 324 y, North Main, College Building-, Room No. .1. French, English and American fashion plates to choose from. All work warranted to give entire satisfaction both as to fit ulid finish. 1 most respectfully solicit the patronage of all who need my services. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. W ANTED—Good clean, cotton rags at the NBWS onlcc press room. Will pay good price. W ANTED—Good girl for genera) housework In small family. C. B. Wllflcy, UI7 Avenue A. cast. Purchasers for the Sinith- The best matt W ANTED Premier tvpe writer, chine in use. S. V. Hutton. agent \NTED—To sell twenty five pairs of *"> n the ' " " ttlrhmiinri & Co.. No. pants in the jiext ten days. E. O, Sherman street east. tf ( BOUNTY onicers should call or address UB J when lit want of printing of any description, blank books or binding. We give satisfaction. NKWS CO.. Hutchinson, Kan. I: Cook L Museum THE &Whitney W ANTED—A partner with gii.fiOO capital in a paving mercantile business in this city. Outside business keeps present proprietor from g) vine business proper attention. Address "M. ' care the NEWS. fit Hock Island. EABTWAIII). No. 22, Mail and Express No. 24, Night Express »No. 04. Freight Accommodation WESTWARD. No. 2.'), Mall and Express .... No. Ml. Night Express *No. 0:1. Freight Accommodation. H-.stt) a. m' D:»0 p. m. 11:45 p. m DKPAltTS. U:20 a. m U:5A p. ml 2:00 p. mi No. 21 runs to Pratt only. No. '23 runs through to Dodge City Liberal. •No. 04 dally except Sunday. *No. Oil dailv except Sunday. and Missouri Pacific. EA8TWAM1. Local Freight (dally) leaves St. Louis Mall (daily! leaves W. SC. Acc. (dally) mixed leaves. BARGAIN! A fine Photograph Album for SI. Handsome colored plush. full quarto size, elegant Interior, a rich gift for a for friend, or an elegant ornament for vour own parlor. If vou want one of these albums, send me 81 atbncc, as the supqly is limited. Six for SR. Address 11. F. STEWART, 48 W. Eleventh St. Philadelphia, Pa. VEUY one In neeil of information on the subject of ativertiBlng wlUdo well to obtain a copy of "Hook tor ArtvortiserH," 308 pages, price, one dollar. Mailed postage paid, on receipt of price. Contains a caret ul compilation from the American Newspaper Directory of all the heat papers and class journals; gives the circulation rating of every one. and a good deal of information about rates and other matters pertaining to the business of advertising. Address Howell's Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., New York, tf L OST—Check In favor of G. signed bv Hutch. Mfg- Co. at this office. \V. Hummel. Finder leave '.It and Menagerie, ALLIED WITH L OST—Carriage robe, on Third. Maple or Sherman, between Severance ami LJalli- her's stable. ' Leave at Galliher's stable and receive reward. 2t. WKSTWAKU. Local Freight (dally) leaves W.&C. Acc.(dally)mlxed arrives. Denver Express (dailv) leaves... 0:00 a. m' !>:30 a. in 4:10 p. ni 8:45 a. H:4, 7-2! 5 a. ml 5 a ml 3 rKmf Cars run through to St. Lo^ils wit' change Chair CarH to Denver free of charge is the short line to all points west. . P. J. LsiwiiAcn. Agent. H. C. TOWNREND, Gen. Pas. Agent. IluteliliiHon St Southern. •No. 2, Mall and Express... tNo. 8, Freight and ACC'IK. AR1UVK8. a:.')() p. m: *No. 1 tNo. ii Mall and Express.. Freight and Acc'n., DUPAUT8 8:00 a. ta. 2:ir» p. m. •Daily. fDally except Sunday. Close connections made at Hutchinson aud Kingman with diverging lines. Atchison, Topeku & Simla P«. In effect on and after November IB, 1801. WK8T HOUND. STRAYK1). S TRAYED—A small about Klio pounds, tlfy L. II. Urlscoll. 517 roan horse: welKhl Liberal reward. Noli east. at I'KKHONAI. L ADIES—Buv a bottle of famous Blush of Hoses to-day at Midland Pharmacy. J.M. lleam. Prop., and If It Is not as represented 1 wilt return the 7."i cents. Miss Flora A. Jone.i. South llend. Indiana. I-'Olt SAI.K OK THADK. T O TRADE- for city —100 acres of good i an ,i, clear, property, clear or lightly en- tf L. P. CAIN. rriOHSALE—Choice lots in Eccles' addition JD S^."). HavesoldforSl.lo.andwillagain before auotherycar. This Is a temporary offer and is the chance of a lifetime to working men. Apply last house avenue A east, (it FOll KENT. 1 JIOK KENT—Furnished and unfurnished j rooms in the Woodard block. lfitf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. PHYSICIANS. g H. S1DLINQER, Physician and Snrgeoti. Otllce over Sidlinger's drug store, telephone, 10: residence, 00. RS. STEWART, .'127 North Main. DR. J. E. STEWART. Practice limited to Surgery aud Diseases of Women. DU. R. A. STEWART Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Glasses properly adjusted. 2! Leave Arrive Leave j Trains. p Kansas Hutch­ Hutch j City. inson, iuson. . -C Denver & li Utah V.Ex 5 10:4o a.m. O:40p,m. 0:40p.m. I Callfornla O:40p,m. 0:40p.m. I & Mex. llm. :i 10:5^ a.m. 8:ldp.m. H:i;op.m. j Colorado 8:ldp.m. H:i;op.m. j nlRlit Ex.. 7 0:20 p.m. 7:4oa.m. 8:05a.m. 1 Freights. ill! .1:1(0 p.m. ;. 1 Freight. •• 11 0:40p.m.i7:0;ip.m. £ EASTHOVTNl). -i '4 Arrive Leave ArrlS i Trains. o Hutch- Hutcb- Kansas i Insnn. inson. City. New York Limited Ex. 4 7 :no a m 8:10 a in Chicago Ves­ tibule Ex'ss Cannon ball a l0:Main 10:.TJam .1:05 pm Missouri riv­ .1:05 pm er nlfiht Ex. H S:l"> p m K::ir> p m 7:00 am FrelRlits... :io;4:0(i p m 1:'J« p ra FretRht.. . 41 S::sr. a m »-.:«) a m Clilcugo, Kansas & Western Itallroad. lIutchinKon Extension. SanFranc'co & Texas Ex.. Acco'md'tion Leave Hutchinson. New York, Limited Ex. Accom'd'tion 3 8:50 p m 1 341;H:'J0 a m Leave Kinsley 4::v7 a m 114^(2:55 p m Arrive Hutchson. :i)0 a m ir.o p m Arrrive Kansas City. 4:40 pm No. ;1 carries through Pullman and tourist sleeping cars to San Diego. Los Angeles, San Francisco and City of Mexico. No. f> carries through Pullman sleepers and chair cars to Pueblo, Coloradao Springs and Denver, making connections at Pueblo and Colorado Springs with through sleepers Lake.. for San Francisco and Portland, via. Salt No. 7 carries through Pullman sleeper to if Dodge City and through coaches to Pucbl* | andDeuver. • $ No. 4 carries through Pullman and tourist y sleepers, also chair cars to Kansas City and 'A Chicago, also Pullman sleeper to St. Louis. $ No. o carries through Pullman sleepers £ and chair cars to Kansas City and Chicago k No. 8 carries Pullman sleepers and chair ft cars to Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo. R GEO. T. NICHOLSON, % G. T. & V. A., Topeka, Kan. a .1. W. TKDtfORD, f. Agent Santa Fe Route, Hutchinson. B W. MAGUIRE, M, D., Trout* Kyo, Ktir, None and Throat OlscaMeH Cui-efully. Onlcc, No. llfl North Main. Residence, 008 North Main. J G. MALCOLM, Physician and Surgeon (Homeopathic) OBlcc 113 1st avenue east. ATTOKNKYB. JNO. W. ROHEltTS. Attorney ut Law, Rooms 2,1) and 4, Mo. 0 South Main. L ESLIE Si CRAWFORD. Attorneys at Lair. Successors to Swigart & Crawford. Penney ltullding, opposite.Court House. ^gDWARD A. HARRIMAN, Attorney at IMVC. Office in HutchinsonNational Bank-building W) cages of rare and valuable animals. A drove of camels. ;i() acriul artists. SO hurricane riders. A herd of elephants, 100 acts. 50 ucrobats and gymnasts, 3 grand military bands. A regiment of clowns. The Finest Horses of any Show on Earth. Enough trained animals alone to equip a big menagerie. In our Three Rings, two Elevated Stages, and Half Mile Hippodrome Track You will see everything you ever saw before ot a circus, but more that has never been presented to tho Amer ican public by any show except this. UNEQUALED. UNSURPASSABLE. An Exhibition in Sublimity and grandeur new to bo forgotten ^yM. WIUTELAW, Attorney »t IAW, Office over First National Bank, Entrance on Sherman street. W H1TES1DE & OLEASON Office, 1, Attoraoys at Law, a, 4, over No. 24 South Main St. (SUCCESSOR TO \VM. MOBRlrJ] Corner of Main and Fourth. >'$>[ The place to buy your beef, pOpW? veal and all kinds of sausage, oysti.^a fish and game. John llartmini, cutt, Telephone 32. rJIAYLOR & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law, Office, up-stalra, Masonic Temple. ODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Meet in the hall of MeClurg's store, at No. -20 South Main street, every Monday evening. Visiting neighbors always welcome. W. R. MARSHALL, Clerk. A.M. HUTCHINSON, V. c CUSON & WATSON. Grocery and Confectionery. MIDLAND HOTEL* Most contrally located hotel in fc the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIREC Patronage of traveling men Bolicted Rates, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 a Da' 316 North Main. "WE CURE MEN" of DdbUUv. I ni potency. WtaUueis, ure*d q{ Ifarrtue.SecmSinn, Losses, Evil Foreboding* M«lhm4m give ua a " Jfo it op a I y oJT * £|JWM«,» I TSKE^TSIM BAHII I mailed fre^f\utnitt& OUR NEW iOOK fe«*«B&*iw „ . _€«., Buffalo, *, v. 'bouttttttia at uuarmucod TestlmonJcnii that 'MEN STAY CURED,"

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