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THE HUTCHINSON CAZETT!
THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING CO Lu A. Huttow, . j H. I. Foam, President, . 8eo'v ft Treat. RUTCHIMSON, ; : MHSaS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. LaCrosse girls have hip pockets in their bloomers not for pistols but for curling irons. The big Doniphan county apple or chard was planted from the nursery at Wilder, in the Eaw valley. Ed Howe says a woman will never pet used to bloomers, because she can't put them on over her head. An old maid in Hiawatha says there will be no marriages in heaven be' cause there'll be so few men there. Kansas City has a Century club. It is safe to say not a single one of them have lived in Kansas City a century, The monogamous Mormons have ded icated a church at St. Johns, on the site selected by a Virginia Mormon named Bickeston in 1870. Dell Valentine says the young man who is hoping to make his living with his lead pencil shop Id learn to use the eraser at the other end freely. The architect has figured up the cost of repairing the State Normal school at less than 83,000. The newspaper estimates were not far out of the way, only about 821,000. Prospectors have struck oil at To ronto, in Greenwood county. The well is down 1,300 feet and a two-inch stream of crude petroleum flows from It. The oil was first struck at a dis tance of 500 feet The Meriam Investment company of Kansas City, has filed its charter with the secretary of state. Its capital stock is placed at 810,000, and the di rectors named in the charter are Wm. Meriam, B. B. Meriam and F. D. Hutch ings. The old Drake block in Chetopa, was consumed by fire Friday night. Eighty tons of hay, owned by J. F. Shields, which was consumed, was covered by insurance. Cogeins' loss on buildings was total as he carried no Insurance. The aggregate loss is 120,000. William Morohead of Troy, has been living in Honolulu several years and for a time drove a royal coach. He knows Queen Lil and has waited on her many times. Of course he knows Cy Leland, so his crowned head ac quaintances were not all gone when the queen lost her throne, Chancellor Snow will not be present at the opening of the State University M he is in Europe. The opening ad dress by J. W. Gleed has been post poned until October, because he Is in Europe, and Prof. Dunlap'a classes have been taken by a substitute, be cause he is in Europe. In the face of State Accountant Challinor's charges, this looks bad. "You'd better lock me up; I've shot my stepfather," said 10-year-old Archie Porter at midnight Saturday night as he walked the police station at Topeka. Inquiry developed the story that the boy's mother and his step-father, Hen ry Porter, were quarreling. Porter began to beat his wife, when her son seized a revolver and fired three shots at his stepfather. Only one shot took effect, but it killed him. The cattlemen won a big victory in Topeka Saturday. The inspection fee of two cents per head levied by state live stock sanitary board will be abol ished and the inspector discharged. Governor Morrill announced Saturday, coupled with the statement that there SouM be no actual inspection of cattle passing through Kansas north of the Jrnntine line, The work was use less and the fee unnecessary. l Foundry B, of the Great Western Btove works, turned work, three months. Leavenworth, has re after being closed for Foundry B is on the east side of the works and gives em ployment to about 100 persons. The employes of the company are natural ly feeling jubila.t over the prospects of a long steady run. It is not proba ble the foundry will close down again for any length of time before nest summer. Miss Nana Medill of Leavenworth, commenced suit Thursday to break the will of her father, James Medill, who died last July leaviug an estate Of 8200,000. The will was probated at the time by Sherman Medill, a son, who was made executor. Miss Medill claims that her father was unduly in fluenced in making the will, which discriminated against her, and she asks for one-third of the property, Among the convicts released from the Kansas state penitentiary last week were two mules named St. John and Click. They commenced service In that institution during the terms of their godfathers as chief magistrates of the state, and according to the rec ords they have been examplary prison ers. St John speaks with energy, if not with understanding. Glick is covered with wind galls and is as meek as Moses, caused probably by his long confinement in the ''Cave of Gloom." The Topeka city council has passed an ordinance prohibiting drunk and Insane people from riding on the street cars. The old settler's of Atchison and Jefferson counties are booked for a big picnic at Nortonvllle next Wednesday, II Prof. Snow will work up some Infection for the chigger which will mash, we will use our influence with the legislature to get an appropriation through to reimburse him. The next "spirited" affair at Atch Uon is promised when the corn carni The Cowley .county fair opens Sep tember 25th. Kearney county neports 3;023 .acres planted in alfalfa. Atchison people will burn coal mined at borne this winter. Peru is rushine her oil interests. Several new wells are going down. P. L Bonebrake's name in the orig inal Greek is Parkinson Isaiah Hone brake. Kansas City will soon have a paper mill that will trive employment to fifty men. The Kansas City. Times says Joe Bristow is the best posted man on French history in Kansas. Copt. Samuel Burke, at one time popular business man of Leavenworth was buried in the Potter's field there this week. "How Tom went to Hell from Eure ka" was the subject of a minister at that place (Eureka) last week and ev ery body in town went out to hear the sermon. As there were only 5000 Kansans at the grand encampment at Louisville, it is difficult to understand why the barbecue committee made 7,500 gallons of burgoo. Topeka is calling for original designs for a municipal flag. How would a camel knee-deep in an oasis of milk and honey do, with the words "Keep a Ilumpin'" at the bottom? A single pumpkin vine on Mrs. M. A. Lee's farm in Wilson county covers one-fourth of on acre, nourishes seventy-four large pumpkins and has 225 blossoms that will do business until frost W. S. Allen, a son of non. A. F. Al len, fell from a load of hay which he had hauled to his father's house at Vinland, and broke his neck and crushed his skull. He was dead when found. Cowley county has thirty-eight pris oners in the penitentiary at Lansing. Only one county, that of Wyandotte, out numbers her, being represented in that institution by eighty-three of her citizens. Ewlng Herbert claims that Brown county ranked last year as the best crop county in Kansas, the total value of the field crops being 81,400,000. Among the products of the county last year were over 3,000 gallons of wine, manufactured, it is presumed, for strictly medicinal and scientifio pur poses. Tuesday evening Major Sully, of the Salvation army, performed the mar riage ceremony at Topeka, for a Coup le and then discovered that the groom had neglected to secure a license. The major, with great solemnity, in formed the newly wedded couple that they must remain single until the next day, when the license could be Pro enred. Tug Wilson, the Cowley county pugi list, and Jap Murray, of Galena, fought twelve rounds at Galena Friday night The contest was arragned for twenty rounds, but was stopped by the police at the end of the twelfth round and was decided a draw, although Wilson had the fight practically won. A. L. Richardson of Galena, offered to match Wilson against Murray for 8500 a side for a finish fight, but since the con viction of Purtell and Johnson, the match will hardly be arranged. The last seen of the editor of the La Crosse Clarion was on last Monday ev ening when, accompanied by a lady and a lad, he took the hack to make the Santa Fe at Rush Centre. His des tination unnounced, and no word to the present time received from him, leaves, in the minds of his friends, some doubts as to the hasty and mys terious trip. Clay can't run a bluff of that kind for the lady was probably his mamma and the lad his little "pruzzer." John N. Reynolds died at the Ossa watomle insane asylum Monday night He had been violently insane two years, lieynoias came to Kansas ten years ago as a preacher from Iowa, wheie he had been in th penitentiary for rape. From evangelistic Work he drifted Into a fraudulent livestock in surance company and bank in Atchisdh. He wos finally Sent to the penitentiary for Using 'the mails to defraud. He later ran for state senator, receiving a good many votes, but was not elected. On his release he traveled over the country selling his book called "The Twin Hells," referring to his peniten tiary experience. The news thai comes from the wes tern part of Coffey county in regard to the destruction of property by the storm on Sunday and Monday contin ues to be very bad. Not less than 300 residences, barns and school houses in the line of the storm were blown down and many fine orchards ruined. J. H. Hallaway had over 2,000 bushels of apples knocked off the trees by hail and they are ruined. Jack rabbits and chickens were killed by being beaten by the hail. The amount of grain ruined along the Neosha river is hard to estimate. The Verdigris river, has risen until it is two feet higher than it has been for thirty years. AO trams nave gone west of Independence since Sunday. The girls up at Holton have to have their photographs taken the long way of the card, on account of their big sleeves. The latest fad in Dickinson county is the "watermelon dance." Probably the owner of the patch gets after them with a gun. It has been poor picking for the bees in Finney county this season, and the honey crop will be short in conse quence. E. M. Hutchins, a prominent banker of Valley Falls, was killed by a run Topeka is having a row over the change in school books. A young man over at Cherokee while out riding a wheel, in company with a young lady, was fired upon four times from ambush. No one was hurt but the villain who did the shooting Bhould be severely dealt with. So many Americans went to Europe this summer that the steamship com panies were not able to bring them back on time. It must be a .terrible feeling for a Kansas man to be away from home and can't get back when he wants to. Some of the Lawrence girls who have printer beaux are becoming alarmed at the increase in type-setting machines. They need not fear, there will never be a machine capable of do ing the setting up act while the parlor lamp is turned down. An Indian Territory paper makes the plea for that crime-ridden domain that the crimes are committed by a very few people. But those people are very industrious in their way. There is a rumor that the woolen mill is to be bought by a company which has been quietly organized in Topeka,- and who will put in machin ery and operate it as a woolen mill. The mill building is advertised to be sold next Monday, and it is said that the company will buy it if possible. State Senator Milt Brown of Finney county says the average age of the convicts in the Kansas penitentiary is 50 years, and that three-fourths of the convicts are under 25 years, and therefore under the law must be sent to the state reformatory in Reno county. This would knock a big hole in the output of the prison coal mine. The Kiekapoo Indians of the reser vation in Brown county were called into council by the government in spector last week to consider a prop osition to sell their unalloted lands or to allot them to the children. The vote was against both propositions, and the lands will bo held as common domain. George Alger says that a farmer near Olathe found a stock of corn with four perfect ears on it, and marked it with his walking stick. He told his family about it, and they all went out to in spect this evidence of the fertility of Johnson county soil. They easily found the place and to their great as tonishment saw that in the meantime an ear of corn had grown on the walk ing stick. Judging from the story told by "Hank" Crane of Wamego, his corn field must be a strange looking sight Ho says the ears have become so heavy that they "lopped" over and stand on end. In this position they have con tinued to grow- and have lifted the stalks out of the ground. The roots stand about five feet from the ground and a beautiful shady park is thus formed. There was a wedding in high life at the State Capitol last week. The To peka Mail and the Kansas Breeze were united, and hereafter will gallop along together. A better newspaper pair never plighted troth in Kansas. Chang ing the figure, it will be three big shows under one tent, hereafter. Ar thur Capper, Tom McNeal and Frank Montgomery constitute a combination hard to beat on this mundane sphere. Mrs. Jennie S. Parr of Pittsburg with the aid of the police found in Chicago her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Mason, who had eloped with a full blooded Kiekapoo Indian known as Dr. Ben Loveland. Dr. Loveland is well known throughout the west, where with a troupe of actors he advertises a patent medicine. While in Pittsburg he captivated Mrs. Mason, a pretty divorcee 21 years old. The- Indian's wife and girl's mother found Mrs. Mason in Chicago deserted by the Dr. Six or elirht years ago, Governor Morrils son who Is now In Harvard, went to a creek near Hiawatha, and caught a dozen or more small fish. They were too small to eat, so he pre served them alive and threw them into a pasture pond on the home place. Little attention was paid to them, nh- til a lew weeks ago tne govenor nan the pond seined and found several hundred fish. Some were large enough to eat He put them back into the water and the pond has been a regular source of supply for the table ever since. The hospitable people of Atchison have invited the country round-about to attend a corn carnival September 28. It is Ed Howe's inspiration, but the other papers have joined him in booming it, and the town committee of safety has taken hold ot it ine people talk of little else, and are mak ing crreat preporations to entertain their visiting friends. An interesting feature of the festivies will be a re union of the passenger agents who hustled for business in the early days back in 1872. "73. 74 and '75, when the town was a greater center of travel than now. From Kansas City Harry Orr and George Foote will come; from Denver Aus McFarland; from Omaha "Mickey" McClure, meeting their old associates Farnsworth ana tnariey Styles, who still live in Atchison. Topeka physicians claim to be suc cessfully treating dipthena with anti toxin e. The annual state irrigation conven tion will be held at Garden City Octo- bor 2 to 5. It is expected to catch the famous Irrigation experts oi the coun try on their way back from the meet ing at Albuquerque. The street commissioners at Law rence wanted to hire a team , with a driver and an extra man with a shoV' el, to work for the city. He bad no trouble to get the team and driver but the man with the shovel could not be found. WHAT IS COMING? IS THE MONEY POWER PRE PARING FOR A K1NQ? Her Is Conspiracy to Seine This Na Uon and Subvert Its Liberties Shall We Be Freemen or Subjects of Monarchy? What Is Coming? That is the grave the vital question, which is in the womb of the near future, waiting for the day which will give it birth. It Is not the Issues of the day on the various policies, which may be dis cussed and agitated, that demand our most serious attention, but the far more important subject of the destiny of this country the fate of its people for com mg generations. These transcend by lar all the domestic differences upon matters, which arise from time to time, shaping. It Is true, the prosper! ty of the citizens by their wise or un wise dictation but never soaring into the sphere of actual priciples simply policies. The money decision is a pol icy, which, by the treacherous conduct of those to whom the people entrusted the administration of affairs, has brought ruin upon the vast majority of American citizens for the benefit of a few thousands of the rich and to their satellites adherents and Hessian fol lowers, ready at any moment to carry out the orders of the masters at no matter what cost at what detriment to the liberties or the lives of the popu lace. We have come to the parting of the ways in that respect, that the lord ly, the autocratic, the rich snobs, and political cormorants have divided the people Into two classes and drawn the line which separates themselves from the common herd. Whilst they have no respect for those who serve for pay, under their chosen and designated chieftains these are all for the time classed Just as the royal robbers of past centuries regarded the mercenary le gions who were bought with gold and rapine regardless of their bloudthlrsty cutthroat, vile classification prior there to in the estimation of the respectable elements of the several unfortunate kingdoms, over which the sword and the bullet held supreme sway. It Is an earnest thought for the most serious attention and consideration of every man and woman within the broad domain ot the territorial union to pon der what is to be the consequence of the aggressions upon the integrity of the constitution, upon the fabric which has heretofore been deemed to be a bul wark of protection to each citizen, no matter how humble and unimportant politically, socially, and financially, and whether in reality the dissolution of this republic has not been actually ac complished, whilst we have been for years holding on to the shadow of the reality. Perversions of law encroachments, which the fathers foresaw, violations of the rights ot all persecution of great masses and classes have sapped the fonndations of the union, until it may be questioned whether Washing ton, Jefferson, Madison, would to-day recognize the gigantic abortion which has been gradually shaped into the present preparation of conversion into a despotism. That is the simple proposition of the day the alternative which is looming up blacker than any cloud ever hung over the destinies of any nation for we have the traditions of liberty and freedom, and the older citizens, like myself, have seen and known what this great nation was under true govern ment, when the rights of all were care fully guarded, and it was, in truth, a government of the people for the peo ple. To-day there Is the ramification of a vast conspiracy, extending to every hamlet in every state. Its object Is to take advantage of domestic disturb ances, brought about by the acts of the rulers, who no longer recognize them selves to be servants of the people and who, when the opportunity is per fected by their orders, will seek to bring about that stronger government, which has been the denned object for fifteen years to precipitate upon the unarmed masses the trained legions of a vast army of mercenaries, carrying out the edicts bf the government, backed by the law, as expounded and declared by the Judiciary, selected for that purpose. The very blind millions of our people, divided Into intense par tisans, imbued with prejudice and ven omous hatred, debauched and bought year after year, not seeing poor wretches, that they are simply the cat tle who are finally to be driven Into the shambies and butchered these blind and deaf herds will only awake to the reality, when it is too late to strug gle against the knife presented to their unresisting throats. They may bellow and bawl that will be the only relief permitted. In all the states there has been a con tlnuous effort, as I have already shown in warning articles, to drill the boys in all the schools, in the cities, principal ly, to thrust Into their hearts a crim inal ambition to shed the blood or their neighbors, who are lower In the scale, and cannot ape the aristocracy and that each year 600,000 men of 20 to 21 are being poured Into the communities, to become the soldiers of the despot when called to the armories to receive the weapons, carefully guarded and re tained in the hands and under the con trol of the master. In this state of Cal ifornia, at the late session of the legis lature, there was enacted a law, of which no mention was made, and the newspapers did not publish It until the orders were issued that no company of citizens should be permitted to form, and drill, and bear arms, until the mem bers had sworn allegiance to the gov ernment of the United States. At one blow the law leveled, so far as it could, the guarantees of the constitution, at tempts to take away the right of the cltlein to "bear arms"nd strikes down all state power, consolidating lnt nns great despotic whole a government of tne day, ana giving despotic power into the hands of the man who may call himself president, but will wield sway greater than that of any despot on the globe. This had been foreshadowed foi years, but the believers as to the In tent have been few. It has only de rived positive shape from the decision of the nine oligarchs,' who declare (what Grover Cleveland for- two yearj has maintained), that the government controls every foot of the territory ol the previous union, and the states ar merely provinces and that whenevei that dictator, or president orders anv. thing done, he not only has under hit command the army and navy and treasury, and the Judiciary and its un limited command of million nf h. sian deputy marshals to be bought from tne aregs of humanity to murder all who are pointed out as fit oblecta nf executive vengeance but th entire militia of all the states are to be under his absolute power to be court-mar tialed and shot. If they refuse to march, or to shoot down unoffanriino citizens, at the command of the com mander-in-chief. It has been started for nnrnnflea nf creating popularity, a rumor from tlma to time mat uieveiana intends to be come a candidate and to seek re-elec tion from the voters. Nothing so ut terly Idiotic would ever come from hia scheming brain. But there has hann a nightly vision the fruition of years of plans the grasping of the tangled net of deliberate ruin broueht on the country which will develop itself by force but never by a ballot. If there comes a day of wretchedness, unbear able, irremediable, then you may ex pect to see the development of the scheme. The disorders will rami Ira a firm hand to check the mob the troops will be quartered in every locality the AlanHnna will Affhor rtnt toVa nl they will be shaped as directed, and tne result win Dt declared as has been the case in France and elsewhere that a monarchy is the only safe method of protecting the vastly rich who have wrung their Immsnsn for tunes from the blood and sweat of the noor and then we will havn npenm- pllshed the great despotic melo-drama of the century with the tragedy an nexed of an assassinated republic. Will it Roma? That Is a reannnno whlnh may be properly left to the decision of the citizens respectively. Jefferson foresaw exactly what was to come, and pronounced the destruction ot the union to be already preparing seventy- five years ago, In the germ of the federal judiciary. Washington in his adjuration to the people, meant to em- hnrlv hln thnnehfa fnr the hpnp.flt nf the masses and not the classes, for the mil lions and not the thousands, when he said, "In time of peace prepare for war." BLANTON DUNCAN. New Every Morning'. Every day Is a fresh beginning; Every morn is a world made new. Tou who are weary of sorrow and sin ning, Here Is a beautiful hope for you. A hope for me and a hope for you. All the past things are past and over. The tasks are done and the tears are shed, Yesterday's errors let yesterday cover; Yesterday's wounds which smarted and bled, Are healed with the healing which night has shed. Yesterday now is part of forever, Bound up In a sheaf which God holds tight, With glad days, and sad days, and bad days which never Shall visit us more with their bloom and their blight, Their fullness of sunshine or sorrow ful night. Let them go since we cannot recall them, Pnnnnt undo and cannot atone. God In His mercy receive, forgive them! Only the new days are our own. Today Is ours and today alone. Here are the skies all burnished brightly; Here Is the spent earth all reborn; Here are the tired limbs springing lightly To face the sun and to share with the morn In the chrism of dew and the cool of rlnwtl. Every day Is a fresh beginning. Listen, my soul, to the giaa rerrain, And, spite of old sorrow and older sin ning, And puzzles forecasted and possible pain, Take heart with the day and begin again! Susan Coolidge. Heavily Taxed France. At this moment, when the French budget Is being discussed in the Cham ber, and when the ministry proposes hew taxes In Order to face the deficit of 66,000,000 francs for the year 1896, it may be interesting to note that France Is the country which now pays the highest taxes. It has also the larg est debt of all, at the rate of 662 francs per head of its Inhabitants. The rate Is 441 francs in England, 365 In Austro wnnrrv. 350 In Italy. 351 in Spain, 163 in Russia, 270 in Germany, and 146 francs In the United States. The stand in national debt of France amounts to 25,000,000,000 francs, to which must be added the special debt contractea by the departments, the cities, and the communes or townships. Bicycle Romp Causes Trouble. Bicycle cliques have arisen in and about New York with the question of the proper position on the wheel as the dividing line. The riders who sit np straight have given up arguing with their mistaken brethren who persist with the "hump," and are treating them to cold shoulders and disdainful glances on the road. It is too much to hopo, In that prevailing perversity of the human temper, that this will lead the bicycling contortionists to re pent and reform. New York Evening World. In this Work-a-Dar World Brains and nerrous systems olteu girs way un der the prefigure and anxieties ot business. Par esis, wasting ot the nerrous tissuea. a suddea and onforeward collapse ot the mental and physical faculties are daily occurrences, as the columns of the daily preas show. Fortify the ayitem when exhausted against such untoward events with Ilostetter's Stomach hitters, that most helpful medicine of the weak, worn out and Infirm. Use it in rheumatism, dyspepsia, constk pation and malaria. When is a blow from a lady welcome?' TVhen she strikes you agreeably. What kind of a ship has two mates and no captain? A courtship. Why is a prolix clergyman like an aged man? Because they both dilate. A crust of bread paid for is better than pie on credit. The man who talks love glibly does not know what it is. The thoroughly independent man is more respected than loved. Melody is the moonlight of music Working for glory is ambitious ego tism. True art is getting the beautiful out of nature. Gray hairs are an honor most men do not seek. The Modern Beauty Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise In the open air. Her form glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. Why is a sailor never a sailor? Be cause he is always a-board or a-shore. Would Make It Rich, "If the state needs money " said the tax-payer. "It does," Interrupted the legislator. 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