The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on January 27, 1899 · Page 4
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 4

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, January 27, 1899
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ITUTCIIINSOJ? nAil.V J &wtyft FIJIOAY JAKUARV 2T. THE HUTCHINSON NEWa dmouL PJLPSH OFOITY AND COUNT'S great plain people tbere IB likely to be Ion? and continued laughter among tho saw homes TKli WBWB COMPANY. «T *. •OUDIM editor. •O. R. MCIUKI, M»n»«e». IBtUMS O* HUHtOKIPTIUII. -J.M.."" WS delivered by carriers In ••(citizen at 16 tenia a week, 86 cents BUMHb, 11.75 for ttrce montht. Tk« pantr Mr be prdercil by postal cira or by tele Meat <No 3) and will be served early an< raCvAiftrly. THT. WEEKLY Z»«W8. OUcopy,one year '60. awcopr,.)* aoats..... '"• Anvml.ln. rates aa« t kaown on applies- ras, feleptoa»No. s. _ •_»» N«wi retervealk* rtf bt to rtjeet any •IKenlnlne matter ttiettkey way seta tm Irom. anil not according to contract t»T "Cop» for advertisement* must be In B« office before 10 o'clock In the moraine guarantee publication tbat day. K .Katz Advert lain it ARerry, F.sntcro Ren- twnuilti, MO-S.'S -i Temple Coun, New York. C. E. SIDLINOER, THE * DRUGGIST Prvaoriptlons » Specialty. elepbone 91, Mq, IT North Main Street, Hutchinson EOllUKIAL CUHHLSPUNDENCE. Topeli, Jan. 28 The legality of the extra' sesssion Is •till > qoestlon tbat excites Eome in' tereet. Governor Stanley it anxious to have it tettled. The opinion of Attorney Qene'refGcdard baa. to be re reaped by the state officers, especially In matters which involve disbursement of funds for which they are ac eountable. Therefore the governor wants the issue preK Died to the sir ejreme court at a s early a date aa poesi be in order to settle a question which ia of great importance in many matters. , It ia no secret tbst the railroad attorneys hope tbe supreme court will not tnstain Mr. Qcdard. Tbe railroads •vre well pleated with the extra ses- aion railroad law, and they should be for it was nearly all written or dictated by their lawyer*. They hope the extra session will be dee'ded con- stitutimal and then tbty believe they can kto ]f out tbe new law or ibe sections which nilpht be used barsblv' against railrosds, en J tbat wi'll leave• the state without any railroad law Wh^tevefc ''•a*Governor Stanley's reeommoudstion that toe board of pardons be abolished is almost certain to be enacted into law. His a notorious fact tbatdur tng the last two y.-ara the feuartl of pardons was neither UBOIUI nor ornamental. Governor Le «dy paid no attention to its rtcimmeLdtlions, but fliarloned right uud left for political %ffeut. The board itself waa consld "•red corrupt. While the theory of tbe board is a good one, as It would be •Well to relieve tbe governor of tbe ne- ... ........ r weaaity of reviewing every application pardon, experience baa proven il <4 failure. A QUICK VCRIF.CATION. 11 hau hfCi mo a Rayliijj in Kansas politics that when you &tc a thin); in the Hutchinson NKWS you know it is so. We are (rind to point to another vindication of tb's theory. During the campaign last fall the NEWS reported a speech of Congress man Simpson In wLich be declared himself opposed to keeping tbe Phil ippioo*, said be would never vote J dollar for (hat purpose, and that it would have been better if Pawey had sailed away from Manila. The effect of .the publication of this speech was disastrous to Mr. Simpson and when he found it out he began to deny the report. In his closing speech at Hutch- ioson be called tbe KKWS a liar, and denied that be made the statement* attributed to him. Ho made a touch ng appeal for the votes of patriotic people by saying he would stand by HcICinlcy and if HcRinley said to keep the Philippines he would vote to keep tbem. The people did not believe Mr. Simp son wss honest in thefee statements and did not vote for him to any ex tent. Tho people nisde no mtstak In Congress last Tuesday Mr. Simpson' made a speech against expansion and McKinley's policy exactly In line with his Kinsley speech as reported in tho NF.ffa and exactly in contradiction to bis solemn declaration at Huohlnson, when be was begging for votes the Saturday night befere election. By bis speech in Congress Mr. Simpson has absolutely confirmed the position of the NEWS during tbe campaign as to our congressman's attitude o-i the questions arising from' tho war. lie has also given tbe denial to bis own statement of his attitude promulgated to catch votes. Not only U the KKWS vindicated, but Mr. Simpson Is In a very bad light with the Populists and others who heard his closing speech at Hutchinson- These f«w facts are notsct down in order to put Mr. Simpson In tho hole, but to show the Populists that when the NEWS reports a speech delivered by one of tbeir lead, ra they should believe tbe NRWB and not tbeir politicians. v _ January 27, ISU'J. Is wedged in between perfection and price—perfection of stock and lowness of price—correctness of form and style are leading features, that accompany oar shoe Biles— Here Are Soma of Our Favorites - - - - I LADIES' DO^GOLA LACE SHOES— silk vestlnp top— fleli bio McKay sole—}f inch heel— black bottom—C, I) and E lasts— •M L * 0 .?^..$2.50 Pair LADIES' CHOCOLATE VIC1 Kid Lace Shoes—imitation tin— perfect toe—combination foxing and back stay—D and E lusts— 2> p ;r C e 6H -.....«2.50 Pair LADIES' CHOCOLATE Chrome id Shoes—embroidered top — roll stitched lip—very newest pattt rns—Ji-inch heel—din toe — finished bottom, McKay rewtd —CD and E widths—sizra ' 3 • i 2 Ki V SCI f Kid X log J flex i edged—imitation st'tcbrd 'it*— T we recommend them e-pecially Z for wear—Dand BlastsftO Rft • —8to7-per pslr...... H>£»OV SPECIAL -- LADIES' VICI Kid Laee Boot, with fancy foxing and lacn stay combined— 'xible Me Kay eolc. ifjti re edged—Imitation st'tched 'it*— IP. M^FLTIUT &o CO, Kansas' Greatest Dry Goods Sellers. Hutchinson, Kansas tar Mail Orders Carefully Filled. v 'I A SONG OF FORGETTlNO. The' law applyiug to the sale of liquor in Alaska has been changed so that it may be Bold to wbiies but net to Indians aod half breeds. It is a jii>.Je difQuult to understand|wby stutl that Is tupi»r R e* to bw goad and nec. B sary tot tts health of whites Is COL- sidered dangerous tor reds aud tans. ' The Popnlietl wno Ust fall declare^,' tbat they were as good expansionists; as anybody are now proving the cor redness of tho j dgmcntof the yoters who did not believe tbem. We are uegiuuiii a ' to believe, that tbere Is something in the regular army rations tbat Induces the toot auu mouth disease. The bouie of repiesentatiurs has l.p%»srd a resolution rtquesllrg the t atted States Senators from Kanaau vote for the ratification of the peace treaty. Tbe Populists were against %\*» leiolution. It wilt be remembered that during the last campaign th Populist* were geneially protesting itiat ibey would stand by McKtulry If any one believed tbem be must now s.oe tbeimlktake, and that tbis promise veaa not regarded any mure sacredly than the Abileue platform. A revised ver>loo of the New Testament abouid road, put not your trust In prlncea or JPopolista. %• Hera ia a atory that count down from tbe extra aessloa. A 1 .bbylst In tarsstt d In certain legislation report «d tbat. ha bad a member in an up ,#sakia room of a hotel In order -gfoi the man in a proper tr.mi of mlod be |<lied lilm for a ball day with all kiad* of liquor and eotertaioed hint, .with cigar* and atorles. Just a» the eritieal time waa at band ha happened to look at a list of members and could •tot Hud the man's name. A que* The hours sa playthings wer»-ah, met And luughtor lived in every word tftiat time that love was yonng and (ties In every poising heart throb stirred. Tho wild plam blossomed In the Rlen, Tho rnhhit racial ncross the plain, And friRltiuncd bh-illin^a flbrried whon Our hounds and horsea trampod the grain. Down In tpe grove- hesldo the spring , v ffe rosti'fl when Iho race was woa, Jft. And listened to tho wood hlrd sing • v^' A lullaby when duy was dpn*. ' Bat, ith, you wandered frotn my old* . And paved tho lone lone Ittjfe Ctjenrs"" With memory stones and loss too wide - f ^ E9'JS J? sooiho wi;h memory tuarsv And now yon como—corao bsok to ma ' t To flil, as then, tho old timB place— " : Where Is the ninitio of jpnr pleaj •. • , What clisngc has,coma apou your facot Oh, friend, to lone and still iove on, To live on chafT Instead of grain Is btitter than to feel lovo gone— Forgettuig u tbe kceuest pain. —Atlanta Constitution. Not lies bnt acme o our good lumber and cheap lumber for some of that KananB gold dust. How docs fill per llinn-and fur atoek-bitards, 812 fiO per thousand fur 2x4s, SxBn nud 7 He Tor Ku. I onk pouts Btrike those tc dcr cords, and all yon wnntof'em. Then when it comes to Shingles, Lath, Sash Doors and lllinde, why they are cheaper than stealing them. - Let us make you prices. Yon can havo two oholra to sit In while wo quota yoo, and If yon don't buy we will smile just the same. L J. WHITE LUMBER COMPANY, Phone 65. lot Bhrrman Street West You Will Find..... At No. 14 North Main Street, (Next to Frank Colladay'e Hardware Store) Until our new quarters are ready for us in the Masonic Temple. Joseph Baker, Pres. Willis N. Baker, Cashier, Having parobssod tbe entire stock of Foufz <fe Fisher of thin city for 60 cents on Ibo dollar,«' HPOT CA8H," conuiiitiDg of Hats, Caps, Undertfear, Gloves, Mittena, lUackiutoahes, Hosiery, Shirts, Suspenders, Collars, Cuffs, Trunks. Jewelry, Notions, Shoes, Rubbers, Overalls, etc, etc. Uo was nmnzod when ParnoH enterod and said. '1 have come to say. Mr Gray, that 1 mean to stand for Wiok low as a Home Ruler.' " | It was only the year after that, on th* all gone, dcuth of John Mitobel. Purnell was returned far Month. At first it is plain that Parnell hud few if any followers. Tho ability of the representative from Meath was questioned. Butt wits then tho controlling power It watt only in 1880 that Purnell bwuine the loader We have determined to give our customers the benefit of tho same, and will sell all the goods at one-half price until all are sold. We invite all to come and get some of these snaps before they are it is au CHARLES STEWART PARNELL ^AE LIVENGOOD No. 7 N. Main. Hutchinson, Kansas. Over Our Suit. Lawrence has a "now children's" dauving ulass. It there is one thing above another that Parsons bad rather have, '* asytam. In fort Scott they have lenient police. Tbey give a man with oue leg two hour* to leave town. Ottawa is so musical tbat a aiager who plesstB her audienie, is suid t>> the tierald, to "nave elec Of course tbere is nothing In a name, (sat twias have j tst arriviU ...... V.UJU of Mr. ana Mrs. l)*uaj, at Ji- tawa. Grant Olllett's band doesn't Attend cattle conveu.ions auy mure, but they { do the next test ihlug, no to tue o v — ler makers' umveuiiuna. Leavenworth Federation of Woman's Club, are trying to agitate tbe Ux payors to voting on tbe queviiun ol building a public library building. It it a Vort Scott woman who baa hit u?on • novel »cbeme to advei ttse bar resisarsnt fioe promises to introduce o uer io»ie customers a pretty >uung widow who U mairimo'iiaiiy iocilueo. Brna-es. I'do cbroniclas of 1466 (peak of IBO vemels in its basins and of German merchants oarrying away over 3,000 pieces of cloth to tbe distant lands of Russia and Poland. It was tbe exchange of En- ropo. posBeesing in the fonrteenfib century 69 guilds and 160,000 inhabitants, ' ttote than three times at many as it now contains. Among its wgros we re** of.leother from Spain, v«Al ttom Eugland, silk from Italy and Persia, linen and cloth from Brabant, hemp and Baa from Holland, wine from Portoial, Greece and Franco aud hardware from Germany, whieb included every variety of object in Ivory, boue, wood, glass, tin, copper^ toad, iron, silver and gold. It bod its factories, its carriers, its dyers, nna its taxation considerably exceeded that of Ghent. Bnt at tbe com- meacementof tbe fourteenth centnry its I troubles began—troubles from within and from without The rJne.De was rendered useless by ! tho invasion of sand 'as far as Blois I (Eolnse), treachery, slaughter and po- 1 litical jealoasieaandrivalriesconipleted tbe fall, and in 1(J4« its inhabitants bad diminished tn 7,096 Then came the re- HOTV iha Great Irish Lender Cants to Enter'I'ulltlCa. | Cburles Stowart Purnell Wtts 88 years old before lie made bis untie/ Into the political arena. How the step was taken is thus described by Mr R Hurry O'Brien in his biography of the groat Irish loader "One niglit during the general elec tion of 1874 Parnell dined with his sis- tor. Mrs. Dickinson, in Dahlia. After dinner Captain Dickinson said 'Well. Charles, why don't yon go into parliament I Why don't yon stand for your nutive connty T To tho surprise of every one at the ligionswars and peraeoqiions from 1667 " qnickly 'I will ' *--* ' J ••-.<-—. j„. It's About Time.... YOO BEGIN THINKING ABOUT BUILDING? «• IT'S ABOUT TIME Y< u begin to realise the fact that all carpenters are not ARCHITECTS and BOILDEltS. Why, tbe Hound Builders and Cliff Dwellers had better judgment. W- c»n point you to a certain job ia this town tbat has ROMAN, GREEK. QUEEN ANN. BAST LAKE, COLONIAL and some Wienerwurst Bcrolla to brinie up tbe rear, all mixed up together, as though with one atampede they went down together. Now, my advise would be, if you have no respect for yourselves, or na poor mortals now living, have for th se that will live after you, and employ H. SnydGT The TJp-to-Patft Fnilder. THE Ulrtlm>W«k' - ... t X London paper tells this touching story of, Proftssor Herfemer: "HUaged father, who lived with htju in bis splendid, hous at Bushnoy.,nsed to model clay la his early Ufa ile has recently taken to it again, bnt bis fear is that lose their skill sad — ! aoou his hands will tion or two brought out tbe fact that : j,j B WOT it w u| ah 0 w the marks of inf. the 1 hooored sueat was not a •»«'»• porfectiou. It ia bis one sorrow. > At tker but only a committee clerk who night'he gocB to his early rest, and table. Parnell suid Whom ought 1 to see?' " 'Oh. suid Dickinson, "wevrill see about that tomorrow Tho great thing is you have decided to stand I " 'I will me about it at once,' said! Parnell. 'I have tuude up my uiind. and I won't wait Whom ongbt I to wet " '1 thiuk Gray of Th* Freeman's Journal' said'John, who was also present,. " 'Very well,' said Parnell rising from the. table, *1 shall go to him at once. Do yon come with me, John. "The two brothers then went away together It was now 11 o'clock, and they found Grray at The Freeman/a office. -r. I ,.l . •jraa, innocently ignorant of the ducp- ' tion he bad been tbeoanseof. The ^JohbyUv,q*i«!W)y abut off tbe hospitality and gut away, but tbe atory leaked out because be had told several f rieo<t* what be w.s duiuir. It still oau him elyara to beer, it quiet. >«kOoMrfMiaan Juhnsoo, tbe allrgfd Bafvablican from Indiana who attacked' !fj0tK'OUf, will ba remembered- as the 'aVopuoiieeu congressman who ui-ed to ..'»ote with tbe D.-morr-opulista to the ^ itsjosider.tlon ot warV ttiM^ures, and s>lao aa tbe Republican cuu^ r.-M-tuao •Wbuj.a , consiliueuls •greed shou'd not he n-nrnultiniutt. . Coogre«»m»u , Ni'wiaud* of. Nevada M*a tne rufleutlon ol Sonatur Stel*•Hi* aV triumph for tbe d mtheru Ita•Die' rallrnad.. Toe beat time Mr. when be bar gone his talented son goes to his studio, takes np his father's feoblo attempts aud mokes the work aa bountiful as art can make it When tho oM mau comes down in the morning, he tako's tho work and looks at it and rubs his hands aud says, 'Ha, lea" d° M well us 1 ever did.' " Constipation Cansos fully half tho siokness in Ui» world. M retalifi Uie digf 3tuit fniMt too IOIIK tit Ui« bowels antf |troi|iiO(« klliuusue&s, t»r|ihl liver, ltult- Hood's HCitiiut, hud Ud.u. ocuu-il BflBBhv - _ _ toiiKwi, «Jck houdiK'hu, in- BJ^p "II. sumiiIn, etc. Hood's 1'IIU % 11 jsfc curo<!iinsU|>t»tloii and all Its ••- • • • *sv! liruiiUtliorniiBhly, 2M, AUtlrtiKSints. it.. .k.„«u. „/ .... freparocl by C. I. Hood & Uo„ boweil. Moss. •Mwart rosea a* lbs champion of the' xfca wily Pills to take with Uvea's gaisaparUla, to 1684, tbe fanatias and tbe Guenx de straying what remained, leaving little for the French revolutionists.—Good Words. ' The (wise Parllam«.t. Switzerland differs from other conn- tries in many things, and oue of the most remarkable is lbs way in which Its parliamentary debutes are conducted A Swiss member of pniliament ean express himself lu Freuob. German or Italian, and the privilege is freely used. When the president of the federal assembly speaks tn German, his remarks •re translated by a secretary tn dose proximity to 'blot. All tbe laws and resolutions, before being voted, nboa. are draws, np Jo French. German a»tt ^taUao, and, every oftlcutl report'ls pob- lltbsd in these three langoj^ea. -Bit- BischaaaPott i .. A man who., is', orershrewd In bt^i bejsinesii relations is pretty sure to learn in.tbe oourse,6f time that- the world ia shrewd esrangh to protei-t itself against hiiu.—SoenerviUe Jonmal . Gambling debts are recoverable by law in fTranve. Spain. Vensaoela. and ia some «aaes in Germany. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co Do a General Transfer and Storage Business. Merchants who employ us to attend to their bnaluese are relieved of eJJ 'mtherand trouble We are specially prepared tc move heavy safes pianos and r-tV-r bri*y i.mberson articles. If yon are going to move tell ua We employ • -• 1 t',iu«« cmpetent help. Office with Central Coal and Coke Co., 114 North Main Street Telephone No. •J -i "O. HE NEWS COM PA NY. MANnrAon IJBBR8 OF ^-1 u All Kinds.ot Blank Books. t}„ t$or and Coanty Huppllea a St»oi»l% . In answering advertisements please mention the Daily News. It's a sad lesson in eouootojr when one's propeMy Is deatroyed, CNIN- SURBD. It'stouith. One thinkb vigorously then IP I BAD ONLY OAR- I11KD A POLICY I Writing policies >f inanrance Is my business. , ,1 write hem lq absolutely safe aompanles and uroperly. It will pay you to conaalt me about Insurance matters. Torsade innnrasee at redwesd rates, JOHN M KINKEL, Insurance and Loans. Booms 7, • and il, McOurdy Btsildlns ^TelepbasMN. W. C. THOMPSON, PROP. THE ONLY $2 HOTEL IN THE CITY:

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