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THE HUTCHI3S0M GAZETTE
THE GAZETTE PUBIISHIHQ AND PBINTINS CO lU A. HOTTOW. H. B. Fours . 8eoy A TreH. EJTCHiSS3ff. KANSAS Th trouble with Emperor Willlam'i methods is that they are too tonic. The "pull" as an agency In political affairs is about to be permanently abandoned. The emperor himself will admit thai old Bismarck has once more become 8 bigger man than young William. Perhaps the chancs to get a standing shot at a Chinaman was too great a temptation for that young man of Japar to resist. The Delaware legislature also has a bill for the taxation of bachelors. II would serve that state better to tax all who engage in long senatorial contests Prince Bismarck's tribute to the firs' and third German emperors dlstlnctly emphaslzed his silence as to the second And yet. In intellect and character "'Unser Fritz" was easily the greatesl of them all. In making war on window and Ml1 board tickets the theatrical managers should go further and abolish lltho graph!) and the huge and glaring post ers. The newspaper advertisement i the only reliable one. Before the law visits its rigors upoc the foreigners who violate the natural ization laws In Ignorance, why not gel after the Ineffable rascals who try to get those foreigners falsely naturalized for partisan purposes? If the enthusiastic celebrations ol Bismarck's birthday count for anytnlns lis signs of popular feeling some of the relchstag members who voted to snufc the ex-chancellor will presently be look ing for employment In other fields. The offer In New Tork of a prize foi an epic poem has brought out over a thousand lengthy contributions. Jf a single memorable line can bo found In the whole of them the com?-if Won Is a good thing, but the chances are 100 to 1 against it. Th reason the train robbers In the Kentutilcy mountains were subjected tc the unusual experience of being killed or dispersed was that they had let the officers of the railway company know In advance of the intended attack. Train robbers are not usually so con siderate. Oscar Wilde Is said to be growing fat and untidy as the years roll by. His large physique is unimpressive, If not ungainly, and he pays no attention to the niceties of attire. The allegation Is even made that his trousers do not fit him and bag at the knees, while his beringed Angers and his use of femln-lne-Uke, lace-bordered handkerchiefs suggest affectation. Consul Tingle, at Brunswick, Ger many, suggests to Americans that they might do well to export meat to Ger many, as It is very generally used in many of the smaller cities and towns, and commands good prices. But the ad vice will not be followed. Horses are cheaper than cattle, but Americans have too much respect for the horse to ever regard him as a food product The horse stands next to man in this coun try. Under the direction of Its new pub lisher. Col. Charles E. Hasbronk. the Boston Traveler gives constant signs of progress and improvement. We knew that Col. Hasbrook would Infuse new life into the staunch old journal, and the change for the better began Just as an "1" was dropped out of the vener able Traveller's name. No traveler can keep up with the procession when ham pered with more labials than Noah Web ster (of blessed memory!) allows. Ex-Mayor Hugh Grant of New Tork takes exceptions to the newspaper re ports that couple his name with those of different ladles In a matrimonial al liance. He says that it is not legiti mate newspaper enterprise, and he Is light. The newspapers have no right to couple the name of any young lady with that of Mr. Grant or any other man as engaged to be married without the permission of both the people most concerned. It Is not news, but Idle and perhaps malicious gossip. General Booth has repaid some of the hospitality shown him In the United States by paying us several handsome compliments since he returned to Eng land. One statement of his that must have so-inded odd in the land of the established church was that American! are a more religious people than the British, and that there la more church going here than in England. What sur prised General Booth more than any thing else during his American toui was the audience of twenty-five thou sand that greeted him at one of his meetings. Chauncey M. Depew is reputed for hi! eloquence, but only a casual gluace at his speeches and orations (as published) Is required to assure one that Mr. De pew is careless In his use of English. Recently this gentleman addressed the graduates of the University of Chicago, and in the course of his address he said: "There is nothing so conservative as the college." What he meant to say was: "There is nothing else so conserv ative as the college." The omission of this necessary monosyllable consti tutes that carclcBancss which Is fre quently met with In the discourses of the Ignorant or the careless, but which should ceralnly not occur In an address prepared for an audience composed of students and scholars. If we cannot see ourselves as others see us, the phonograph gives us a chance to hear ourselves as others hear us. Bishop Brooks said once he had one In his study for some weeks, and it was "lots of fun." He had learned things about himself which no one had ever taught him. Rabbi Schindler of Boston, is evident ly well up In the new criticism. The other day, when a lady asked him about Jonah and the whale, he said: "I don't know anything about Jonah, and I don't know anything about the whale. its an tne same as -rniDy.- it's a A WAR ECHO, x EVERY HONORABLE VETERAN DESERVES HIS PENSION. And tli hone IJmb I Hot the Only Bmkd for a Government B rard Either. (From the Journal, Lewlston, Me.) Samuel R. Jordan has Just given the Journal an account of his life, which In view of his extremely hard lot for the past few years Is of great Interest. "I am it years old and have always lived In New Portland. I enlisted In the army In 1862 as a private In Com pany A, Twenty-eighty Maine Volun teer!!. My army experience Injured my health to some extent, although I worked at blacksmithlng some part of the time, when suddenly, several years ago, I was prostrated with what able physicians pronounced Locomotor Ataxia. At first I could get around somewhat, yet the disease progressed quite rapidly until I hs hardly any feeling In my legs and feet, they felt like sticks of wood, and I grew so much worse that I could not move for three years without help, as my neighbors and friends could testify. I employed several physicians In my vicinity, and elsewhere, and they all told me that medicines would not help me, that they could do nothing to effect a cure and that in time I Bhould become en tirely helpless. I became discouraged. I was a great care to my wife and friends. Shortly after I met an old army comrade, Mr. All. Parlln, a resi dent of Madison, Me., and he Incldently mentioned how he had tried Dr. Will lams' Pink Pills for a severe case of rheumatism and a spinal and malarial trouble, that he had suffered with con sequent of bis army life, and had been greatly benefited by their use. By his earnest recommendation I was Induced to try the pills. After taking them for a time I began to feel prickly sensations In ray legs and a return of strength so I could move them a little. After a few) weeks I began to feel a marked Im provement In my condlton. I soon was enabled to walk around a little with the help of crutches. After taking for some time I can now walk without crutches, my general health Is much Im proved and I have regained my old time vigor. I can walk about and enjoy life once more, for which I feel very thankful, and this happy result is due to the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo ple were first compounded as a prescription and used as such In general practice by an eminent physician. So great was their effi cacy that it was deemed wise to place them within the reach of all They are now manufactured by the Dr. Will lams' Medline company, Schenectady, N. T., and are sold In boxes (never la loose form by the dozen or hundred, and the publto are cautioned against num erous Imitations sold In this shape) at 60 cents a box, or six boxes for 12.30, and may be had of all druggists or direct by mall from Dr. Williams' Med. Co. Atlanta claims the most complete ind extensive water supply of any city In the United States. It comes from the Chattanooga river, and could fur nish 11,000,000 of people 100 gallons each every day Indellnitely. One res ervoir has a capacity of 200,000,000 gal lons. Owing to the fact that farms may be had upon the sole condition that they Improve the land, many Norweg ian immigrants have settled in Britibh Columbia rather than in the United States. Bow's Thill We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward (or any cane of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure I F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. i Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe ' him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Trcax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Waldiho, Kinnas & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucou lurfnees of the system. Price 76a per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonial free. Hall's Family Tills, 25a The largest amount of farm incum brance is in New York. ext comes Iowa, then Illinois, followed by Penn sylvania, Kansas, Ohio, Wisconsion and Missouri, in the order named. Girls for City Weighers. The TLayor of Medford. Mass., the town of old rum, has api ointed two younp ladies as weighers of coal, grit In and straw. Of course tins nis maae the chronic ofllce hoMors of the male persuasion so mad that they cannot even enjoy getting drunk. The Erolntlou Of medicinal agents Is gradually rel gating the old-tlma herbs, pills. draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing Into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the true remedy see that It Is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only. For sale by all leading drueclsts. Statistics are quoted to show that in New York City hist year 347 fires were caused by coal oil, 280 by gas, 273 by matches, and only 48 by tho use oz electric light, and power. lie Since 1 have been studying palmistry I have examined the hands of over SO young la'l'es. She And what did yon find out? He That they ail had negative tem peraments. ISroolilyn Life. (40 buvs a enod Ton Rnn-trv with To(hi. Quarter Top. The Chicago Scale Co. are uio oniy ones wno can sell al mis puce, tuey furnish their customers a thousand articles at less than tlio usual prices paid by ueal-rm. It will t)sy to seco.ro their catalogue wii.eh thoy send free on apnlicatiun. 1 his com pany is perfectly reliable and they make s specialty of supplying the wants of farmers. Calicnte, Cat. h is a newspaper that comes out regularly, twice a month, and is written entirely with a type writer on foolscap paper. It is con ducted by a young woman. We have not been without Piso's f nre tor Consumption for JO years. I.izais Kkuhkl, Camp bt, Harri?burg, Pa., May 4, '01. A number of families from Chip pewa and l-.au Claire counties, vt is- have selected a site and are to estab lish a colony about 100 miles from New Orleans. "Hanson's Magle Cora Salve." Warranted to nrm or monty nftukied. A tit ; ruiu tor Ik price It cute. The standard Chinese work on coin age is in 20 volumes, and Chinese mo ney itself is ot less bulky, as a "string" of cash weighing fire pound HAPPENINGS IN KANSAS. ITEMS Oh INTEREST TO DWEL LERS IN THE SUNFLOWER. The Week's Review of Personal and General News Condensed to Short Paragraphs for the Convenience of Harried Readers. Major Hood has some extra fine Hereford cattlo on his ranch near Beading, Lyon county. The state has rested in the trial of Warden Chase of tho Kansas peniten tiary, and the defenso has begun. Chief Justice A. H. Horton of the Kansas 8 u pre me Court resigned. David Martin of Atchison takes his place. The 6-year-old son of Charles Sum ner, a Topcka mail carrier, was run over by a team and wagon Thursday evening, sustaining injuries from which he died. Jauios Hume Canfield has been elect ed president of the Ohio State Univer sity at Columbus to succeed Dr. Scott who resigned to accept the professor ship of philosophy. Although tho Missouri river has been flowing into the canal through the is land above Atchison over a week, the current has cut no channel, but on the contrary the canal is filling up with sand. It cost 815,000. Perry Rico while burning goino rub bish on his farm just North of Glen El dor, left it and went to dinner, thinking it could do no damage. He came back and found his house burn ed to the gTound. August Belgard, of Newton, 16 years old, has taken out a marriage license to marry Miss Millie Bclair, 15 years of age. Master August's mother mar ried Miss Millie's father, which would inalto them step-sister and step brother. Col. J. W. F. Hughes, hero of the "legislative war" of 1893, afterward court martialed and dismissed from the militia service, has been appoint ed by Governor Morrill major general of tho Kansas national guard, succeed ing ex-Lieutenant Governor Daniels. H. W. Kelley, sexton at tho city cemetery near Atchison, was held up by a strange man near Waton's eleva tor and relieved of 827 in cash. The robber confronted Mr. Kelley with an ugly-looking revolver and ordered him to hand over his cash. He complied immediately, giving the robber 827, all the cash ho had on his person. Mr. H. P. Hood's farm residence on his ranch Wot of Ainericus was total ly destroyed by lire Thursday after noon. The place wbb occupied by Charles Fiddler and family all of whom were away from the house at the time the fire started and the ori gin is unknown. The building wus worth about 2,000 and was insured for 81,800. Miss Lucy Eengseggcr, of the Ever est school at Keloit was conducting a rehcnrsel for a school entertainment, in which one of the boys was to snap a pistol. lie snapped the pistol sup posing it was empty, but it was load ed, and the ball just grazed Miss Ueugsegger and barely missed a little girl's head and buried itself in the wall. Information is coming in at Garden City representing heavy losses of cat tle and horses by tho three days' Stoim which blow ont Sunday. Loss is of from ten to fifty head of cattlo are reported by so many small stock men that the aggregate loss will be very heavy. A good many range horses also succuined to the storm. There was n high wind continuously for over fifty hours. Elliott S. Reynolds, a young attor ney and member of the Bourbon county bar, was arrested Tuesday morning, charged with forgery. D. J. Btilhvcll, of Pittsburg, Ivans., was the complaining witness. An officer has taken tbe prisoner to Girard for trial. Reynolds belongs to an aristocratic family, onco wealthy, and has had several previous experiences similar to the predicament he is now in. Persons mar Abilene fortunate enough to be out of doors at 3 o'clock the morning after tho sto-m saw a re marUablu phenomenon. The hail, softened by the warm temperature, developed phosphorescent qualities, which made tho ground appear as if sprinkled with balls of fire. Picking up the snow it gave the appearance of fire dripping from the fingers. Tlia exhibition is not an unusual one at sea, but is very rare so far inland as Kansas. James Sampson, a well known far mer living in tho Missouri bottoms near Atchison, has been missing chick ens in great numbers lately, and a few days ugo 12 young pigs suddenly dis appenrud. lie concluded . that a pair of foxes which had bi'cn Keen in that locality were responsible for the thefts. He tracked tho animals to their lair, and killed both, in addition to seven young ones. All tho pigs had been devoured, but a rabbit and four chickens lay in the hole untouched. Sampson dug into tiie hole and found hundreds of bones, George T. Anthony, tho newly-appointed iusurance commissioner, has named E. II. lSiown, of Olathe, to bg his first assistant. Kallir corn is becoming an Impor tant factor in Kansas agriculture. The yield is not so large as other corn, but it is always a sure crop, as it stands drouth much better than other crops. Tho Live Stock ana Breeders' asso ciation will hold its annual meeting in Leavenworth, August 20. 21, 23 and 23. the week after Iloltoa. They have 110,000 in stakes. Entries close Juno 1st Kay county has funded 935,000 of her bonus. A Kiowa firm shipped 3,500 dozen eggs last week. Every Abilene man in tho peniton Mary is either loroman or bookkeeper. Half the wheat in Geary county looks well; the big East end especial The survivors of the battle of Shi loh In Crown county have formed an organization. Oakley has already begun to agitate the question of a big fair to be held there this year. Finney county fujmers will plant an increased acreage of sweet pota toes this year. United States Senator Martin baa announced himself a candidate for re election, and he has expressed strong silver views. A petition asking tho board of coun ty commissioners to establish a chintz bug station in Fort Scott and place Robert Bright 'ti charge is being circu lated and largely signed in Bourbon county. The executive committee of the Kan sas State editorial association held a meeting at Topeka ana decided to ac cept tho invitation extended to the Kansas editors to attend the Atlanta exposition next October. Mabol Benton, the 10-year-old daught er of C. M. Benton of Effingham, was severely burned Saturday morning while burning some rubbish at her home. Her clothes were burned al most off before she could be rescued. Tho people of Ottawa very sensibly destroyed the pest house before any body else could be taken to it Civil ized people do not want their friends or relutives taken from their homes and put in such a place as tho average smallpox hospital. The annual convention of tho Kan sas State Sundav School association will be hold this year at Salina, May 7, 8 and 0. Tho music to bo in churgo of Professor Excell of Chicago. The leading Sunday School workers of Ill inois, Missouri and Kansas are upon tho program. Last November Mrs. W. R. Wagstafl dropped her pockctbook, containing 892, ut Paola, A colored man grabbed it and in u do his escape, and has ever since evaded arrest A few days ajro Chief Speer, of Kansas City, tele graphed Sheriff Butts that his man was in that place. The sheriff went up and returned with his man. The State Board of Public Works has elected L. 11. Lescher of Topeka to be State: architect, succeeding Sey mour Davis. Mr. Lesher is a demo crat He was the choice of Michael Heery, tho Democratic member of the board. Captain Scaton and Sol Miller were uuabio to agree on a Republican so they voted for lleery's candidate. The position is worth $2,500 a year. Captain Harry Cavcnaugh, U. S. A., stationed at the State agricultural col lego Manhattan, has been ordered by General Schofiold to respond to calls of tho commander of tho Kansas Na tional guard for inspection of troops. In accord with a new rule adopted by the State military department all troops will be inspected by a United State army officer twice a year. A part of tho Kansas university ge ological expedition, under the direc tion of Prof. S. w. Williston. has left for the fossil beds in western Kansas. Tho party consists of two men, who will remain in that part of the State all summer. The main party, which will comprise Professor Williston and a number of students, will leave in June for tho Bad Lands and spend the summer there collecting specimens. Johnny Manson, the 18 yeor-old son of John Munson, of Lnncostcr, was in stantly killed Tuesday. He was haul ing manure in nis ruuicrs urcuaru, and was standing in the front end of the wagon. The team coming to a sudden stop, he was thrown over the dashboard. This frightened the horses and they began to kick; lung ing forward, they drew the wagon over Manson's head, fracturing the skull. He died a few minutes after wards. Miss Helen E. Price, formerly of El Dorado, was married September 2C last to Howard Uibinitzky of Washing ton, but Washington know nothing of it until Saturday, as she feared she would lose herplaco as copyist if' the marriage was discovered. Sho was a protege of tho late Senator Perkins. Tho innrriogo was known from the first by her father. W. M. Price, anil tlio rest of tho family who live at El Dorado, K. G. Fleming, ono of tho oldest and most prominent citizens of Dickinson couuty. died at his homo near Solo mon Tuesday night Five days be fore he was thrown from a wagon by a runaway team, and fell in such a man ner us to paralyze his whole body. He was commander of the Solomon (i. A. R.. prominently connected with the A. O U. W., nnd one of the leading Pres byterians of Central Karsas. Ho was related to A P. Collins and E. W. Blair of Solomon, and was a brother of Rev. Dr. Fleming, of Wichita. Cherokee county has been averag ing 25 marriages a month this year. A movement is on foot for the or ganization of a cold storage company in Parsons. Wyandotte county prisoners are to bo worked on the public highways. The schools have been opened again at Wcskan after a siege of the scarlet fever. Last Saturday at Florence while assisting in moving a house, a stake pulled up and was thrown with terri fic force against Ed. Winner. He died of his injuries. y nai u irea b a certain Indication of Impure and impov erished blood. If your blood could si ways be rich and pure, full of the red corpuscles upon which the vitality de pends, yon would never be weak, or HhVtousI Bolls, pimples, screfuls, salt rheum, would never trouble you. But ear mode of living, shut In all winter In poorly ventilated homes and thopi, de pletes the blood and there Is lost of appe tite, and weakness. Hood's SartsparilU It the standard remedy for this condition. It purine,' vitalises and enriches - the. blood, overcomes that tired feeling, buQdt up the nerves sod gives perfect health. Read this: "Our daughter, Blanche, when four years of age, had a humor break out on her hands snd face, which our physician pronounced eczema. If the cold air reached her face or hands they would swell up, look almost purple, and headed blisters would form and break, food's Sarsaparilla Ss the Only True Blood Purifier AAAAAJgai mm-bi mn sp Is 1 PllJlii i i i i i i i BHWAKJ of imitation trsde tnarks and labels. is the whole stay about iUIP MitU SOPA aifi fTCrtrtltTPC Costs no more than other package soda never spoils 9 j 111 piiviflv3 flour universally acknowledged purest la the world, a ft Hade only by CHURCH k CO., Rev ft Write tat Arm mm& Emmmer Book of ralaablo Uodpoa-XXSB. MIACKAk. lo.torhld.lentn.wurM. -'fP.1 fcrs wldnw., M. D. rwlr n "'"'"""' ' The Great Farm and Family Newspaper of Kansas. . THE Semi-Weekly Capital Is lust the pnper for those who do not take a dally (rora tbe State capital. It Is published every Tuesday and Friday, and each Usue will contain all the newt of K.knsns and the world up to the hour of going to press, for the cost of an or dinary weekly pacr. Eight Pagss Every Tuesday Each Issue. and Friday. SIXTEEN PAGES EACH WEEK FOR One Dollar per Year. An Up-to-Date Newspaper for Kansas Farmers I'.igM tHigen, FlftytLrt Column. Thw Latest cirn. Choicest Rending Matter. Ticfce Each IVeelt for $1.00 per Year. If desired, terms oan be mitdc with all tbe lendluK local papers In Kansas, whereby you ean ohulu tho Ssui- Weekly Capita l lo con ueoticn with your homo paper at a rate less tnau both papers can be secured separately. Sample copies sent free to any ad dress on application. Address THE TOPEKA CAPITAL CO., Topeka, Kansas. HIGHEST AWARD" rJJ WORLD'S FAIR, m mperiat V U0D Dr.J'V'.rrnTO jSNDlTlOMtMGESllVtOr Dys pe ptic,Dei icate.Inf Irm and AGED PERSONS TheSAFESTFood.n THE SICK ROOM FOR INVALIDS ppo CONVALESCENT-- Nursing Mothers.Infants CHILDREN DRUGGISTS John Carle & Sons. New York. f I tn lm. "lil br drnirfiM. F 1 a4 -i Feeling 1 Discharging s watery fluid, snd the burn ing and itching would drive her newly wild. Unlets we encased her little hands the would tear patches of skin from her face and hands. We tried many doctors and many remedies and. at last gave the case up at hopeless. But oar daughter Cora tried Hood's Sarsaparllla, to cure s scrofulous lump near the left 'breast which caused her much pain and after taking 4 bottles It disappeared. Blanche, who It now eleven,, had spent seven years of suffering, so I concluded to givo her nood't Sarups rllla. 8he took 5 bottles and her face Is smooth and soft as s baby's, the color of a rose petal. Her bands are toft snd white, where four months ago they were ' blue and red and calloused nearly like leather. I cannot express my gratitude by pen or mouth. It seems a mlracle snd our friends are surprised." Mas. Amu L. Clare, 401 E. 4th St., Dulutn,, Minn. Get ouly Hood's, because York. Soli by gTocers everywhere. nrnerc. X9. 1 WALTER BAKER & GO. 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