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Intered at tb pottoffioe In H alchlnfoa, Kansas, . as second claaa matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, ICE A. HUTTON. Turks of jUBscniprioS, $1.00 pksYbah C. E. SIDLINGER, Fescriptions a Specialty. Jlortb. Main street Hutchinson A xeo.uo wii3 hanged by a mob in Maryland in less than two weeks after she had been "redeemed." Corn JS cents, mules $J 00, coal $7. SO and money impossibM to gut. is one of the many indications that Kansas has Ween redeemed. As stated two week uo that the truth traveled by slow freight, we cite tlie fact that Coxey pulled 52,42 J votes fur governor in Ohio. JJsiadley the new governor elect of Kentucky, an outspoken gold bug, is iooked for second pi ice on the repub lican national ticket next year. Dick Blue, the bank buster, says, there it no issue before the American jeople today. Anyone would think so -when such men as he are selected by tne people to represent them. "Thirty years in congress and never made an enemy," is what In galls says of Allison. A man who wouldn't make an enemy in thirty years is surely a clam. Chester I. Lono has crawled out out of his $75,000 brown stone resi dence in Wasnington City long enough to talk a little with his mouth. He . wants Reed nominated for president and says J. K. Burton will succeed Senator Teller. Chester is a great man and a great political prognosti eator. GETTING ALOMU HEAL WELL. The new editor of tbe Hutchinson News, .anxious to rebuild the reputa. tion as the biggest liar on earth, which position tbe paper enjoyed under the editorial charge of Ralph Easley, has started off real wU. Last Saturday's paper contained three paragraphs which are worth aoticing. The first one: "The Indiana populists decided to disband, swear off and quit." The two lines are nothing more or less than a lie, told knowingly aud maliciously. The second one: "The republicans and populists have fused in Alabama." This is another, but somewhat modi fled. A conference of populists free silver anti-administration democrats and honest election republicans was aeld in that state last week for the purpose of defeating the gold bug democrats who have control of the par ty machinery. The third one: "Coxey 's vote in Ohio was 15.000 less than last year. The same Um next (lection will make his vote i minus four thousand." This is as the lirst, a lie. We are not at all stuck on Coxey. In fact, he lias hurt the party nevertheless there was a gain in the state of Ohio over last year, Coxev's vote running from lii,000 to 54,000. NOME ELKCTIOM IMliXTF.K. F. 15. Dawes home county went popu list. Geo. L. Douglas' county went popu list. J. U. Burton's county went populist. Chester I. Long's county went popu list. Senator Baker's county went demo cratic . Tiger-'Bill Campbell's county went populist. Billy Edward's county went populist Oia Monroe's cjunty went populist. Hon J. M. Dtmsmore county went populist by a good majority. t Calvia B. Hood's county went popu list. Bent Merdock's county elected a populist county commissioner. Mbrrill'a. county elected a populist cemmiscioner. Cbpeiand s county elected a populist Werifl. Calderhead's county went populist. (Congressman Ua'ier's district went opulist by a large majority. Ex-Supt. Gains' couuty went popu lism In Xlowa, Seward and Kingman where tbe democrats and republicans fused tbe populists elected alnut half vf the county officers. Clark county elected a straight popu Ist ticket over a combination of deuio f ra'.s, republicans and populists (?). Correct Br. MaeLtnaao. tste Journal(Rep) Tha wonderful victories gained by svpuVitcans evi ry.vi.ere could nut have NTONgBEL been attained without the active or passive aid of de'mocrata Let us not in the flush of victory flatter ourselves that ttieae are all republldan votes. These big majorities composed largely of Democrats and independent voters who take this means of protesting against the issuance of interest bear ing bonds, the gold standard and con sequent hard times. If the republican paity shall be wise enough to give them the change from the policy of the nresenc administration which they de sire, they may remain. Democrats wli, votea wuu uie re nniilicuns this vear did not do so be cause they had been given any leaton nn nut. tn pynprt. iinvthinir butter from them but rather to manifest their ob jection to the course of their own party leaders. Democratic leaders iihv.m- luiirti unvthintr mid-it mav be expected that '.hey will not protlt by tlie lesson, mil it suouiu impress iiseii 1 1 non runiililiu-ans everywhere and iue- vent them from making similar mis takes or trying to run contrary to me will ot tue masses. IQVAUUS' lltKA. Ed. Donnelly r the Mlunevotn Rep- reneutmi ve Makes a SiuBealloii. Silver Knight. Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, in his paper The Representative of Nov. th pub lishes the following remarkable paper , which we trust every reader of the Gazette will lead. HOW TO ACT TOUETlIElt. We pablisli e'iSdivlirfra a nim'nr of expresiions upon tue question of how to unite ail tlie voters in m is country in opposition to the present crusuing mis-novsrnineiit or tue goiuocracy. it a mtiUituue or people join to put, out a tire, whicn is consuming aneig'i bur s liou.se, it is not necessary -Unit tuey should all think alike upon ques tions of religion, politics, science wr literature, tney are agreed upon' the main issue Lewie tiieui, to wit mat tire must bo extinguished. There are enough people in the United States opposed to tbe single gold Btaudard to elect a president, vice piesluent ana a congress; oesiues governors and legislators in two-thirds of tne states. But you say to the free silver democrat or republican:" come into the people s party," aud be draws back ami reulie: 'No 1 don't believe in government owuersmp oi raiuoaus ana winer mut ters wbicu vou cling to. ion are too radical. If I tried to move my fol lowers into your camp half ot tuem would desert at the gale, and go over to the enemy, but wby not let tne populists give up part of their platform Hiid cume into our camp?" To which tue populist, replies: "That cannot be. We are for free s lver, but there are other things which we regard as of greater importance than even the silver question. If we tried to mov into your camp two thirds of our men would leave us uud go back to tbe old parties." Plutocracy listens to this dispute and g ins with delight. It chucKles and says: "They never can unite. We will beat them in detail and plunder them at oi r leisure." Now let us make a suggestion: The populists will, an a matter of course, hold a national convention next year, and they Will undoubtedly substantially reaffirm tbe Omaha plat form, omitting, perhaps the sub-treasury scheme. On the same day, at the same place let there be another convention held maue up of parties not populists, but friends of free silver, ana who refuse to affiliate with either of the two old parties. Let them adopt a platform as broad or as narrow as they p. ease. The probabilities are that mere will be little cifference, whtn they come to discuss the several issues before the people, between their principles aud the Omaha platform, i'rlde of opin ion has mucu to do with these things. Then let each convention appoint a committee of conference and self the populists and the fiee silventei cannot agree upon the same tcandidates for piesideutand vice-president. If this is done both sides will then support the same electurial ticket in the sev eral states, without the slightest sacri liee of principle, on either side, and we will sweep the country! Let these two conventions be called early, but meet soon alter the two old party conventions adjourn. The g. o. p. and the d. o. p. will undoubtedly support goldocracy; for if they do not they will not get the campaign contri butions without whicn they cannot ex ist. They are chained to to the car of of Mammon by the necessities of their own rottenness. Then open all the doors'. Thebes bad a hundred nates let us nave a thousand. We shall sen such a rush of honest, broad minded, free silver democrats and republicans into these two camps as had not been witnessed since the Republic was established. riutocracy will of course bowl ".Fus ion! Fusion'." and it may hire some of our own men to do likewise but we shall laugh at them. The ration w.l) puss out of the hands ot the money lendeis. England will withdraw her red-coated Hessians of press and pul pit and rostrum; and if she does not we will exile them tu Nova Scotia, as our fathers did a hundred years ugu There will be a uew birth of "liberty. A revolution wiil be accomplished under which all reasonable reforms will thenceforth be possible. "But;'' says tne S,cialist "we want to go furthet than your parties will lermit. Wj have great designs for the good of mankind and jo i sav us nay. Wa will Hock alone." "Xes," adds the woman suffragists, "we have a mighty reform also, and one dear to us, and you will nut adopt it. We will to alone." "And" cries the pro hibitionists, "we think intemperance Is an evil as great as a contracted cur rency, or demonetized silver, and you won't adopt our doctrine; va will theiefore also-so alone.'' "Yes,"adils the single taxer. "and we believe that all taxes should should be placed un the land; that that is the salve that will heal all wounds; and your parties will not adopt our ereat doctri..e; and we therefore will go oil and set up a kingilon of our own."' .Softly, softly, bretheren. Suppose one of these reform c"r.vin liuni puts for li a demand lor tl;t Initiative Referendum? Suppose both do? Who can object to urin,'in the leg islative function nearer the people? This is 'u government of tne people, by the people and for tbo people." We are now plowing with the plow handles one hundred miles long. Let us get the plowman nearer the plow. Tne probabil ties ate that both the re form conventions will adopt audi a plank. What, then? All men, of the most diversified vi-ws could thus unite to elect a reform prrsidmit and congress governors ana btale legislatures. Tueii whenever any of our inure advanced oi; more radical friends think tne lime is ripe to submit their particular pol e) to the people they can "11111116'' U and l ave it "rerereu," M a popuinr vou ; and if the voters have been snilicieniljr educated to support their vie, II. en their especial reform will triumph. Under t e thenr of a republic what ever the majority think rutin is rUhi; aud whatever it thinks vruiig h prac tically wrong, for Ihe time beimr, al though it may be theoretically right. No man Ih fool enough to demand tuat lhe:r pet ideas shall be estavliAliml by a tninoi it) ; lor the question would then aiise wiuit shall that minority consist Of 4!) per cen. or 25 per cent, or 1 per cent? Hence all Int-ne seperam bands ot reformer.4 can unite in one gruuu movement to redeem the nation. The truth is we are now in a transi tion period. " I' lie w ater of crvstaliZii ttop" is doing its i!t:;it and wondertu work. Eventually yua cannot keep these elements or reform apart witti yokes ot oxen; but Uie question comes, shall the nation be redeemed in 18; or shall the government endure tour ytursmore of dangerous and deadly strain, while the people sir k lower into wretchedness and desperation.' Can all the elements he combined without any sacrifice of principle upon the part of any, to drive the enemies of mankind out or this, uous magmu cant land, intended by him for the happiness of his children. We think tliry can be, if men's brains are (vise ami their hearts are pure. Rise, brethern rise to the level of great argumeut. Never were vaster responsibilities cast upon a generation. Let ns thauk God for the opportunities to do goo a, aud save the unborn millions from misery and slavery. Ionatious Donnelly. , . Tbe doctrine of the Initiative and Referendum is new or not understood by but few, except those who have been members of tbe populist party, we will explain it briefly. It means simply, that the people shall have the right to Initiate any law which a sieciiied number shall peti tion for. For example suppose a ma jority of the people of the United States should petition congress that it pass a coinage bill for stiver and gold at the ratio of 10 to 1, and congress refuse to pass the b:ll. tlie referendum ot the law would make it the duty of congress to submit that question to the people to vote upon, and if a ma jority should vote for it then it would be a law io spite of congress or presi dent to tbe contrary. It means the people shall have a power to initiate a law, and by refer endum may confirm their act by vote, and make It a law. It means that the people may rule. Mr Donnelly's idea is, as we under stand him, to all join bands on the main question, the money issue, as we all agree, then on these other ques tions have them submitted tJ the peo ple if all cannot agree. It would eem that co honest person could object to to such procedure. If this coir bine can be affected, we can elect the next president, the next congress and the most of the gover nors of tbe elates west nu soutn. His siitftresliotis are able, and com ing from one of his known great ability are worthy of honest thought and con sideration. Ed. Silveu Knioiit. A NEW STAR 1'OIt OLD GLORY. Utah's Constitu'ion has hen framed; her people w 11 adopt it in November, mid .-oi'U thereiif'er the I'letudent will i-Mi' hi-i pT'iclaiiiatinii, mill th? great Tei ritory the hi-i ry oi whi.u ro wed illllslMteB tll potency Of p.ltiBIIC-, per- Bixtenue mid laiib, mid within ui.iih was lirst rajTDil on t!i WeMorn Mope the btaudard of civ:szlun will be ad- inUted to all of tlie puvileges of a sover eign M..te. It will be a hapny -l.iy lor I tali n happy day for the nation the day Utah shakes nom her suppio iiuios tne tram mels of territorial life, mid with her dowery of wealth ami brains is received into tlie family of stales. Then public interest will ceuter in tlm new fover eiuntv, ami the people will look to it lor an mmwer to tbo question, "What have ou within your borders for the making of a great, common wealth?" Ilow liitli should Utah he abashed by til's in.- . . .. K. western sta ever eniereu tue in ion after a lunger pm iod ut prennraliuii or with more splendid men or resources.. I tali lias 'J-U,UUU people Trained uud pisripliued to tlie titsas of industry. Utah has a chain of fertile valleys ex tending from Idaho to Arizoua under a tyetem of inigaiiou as perlect as any iu tlio world valleys linimed by treasure filled mountains, and checkered with little farms, whereon, in many instances fur nearly half a century, has beeu ex emplified iu the pretovtiou of hus bandly. Utah has mines other Mates lime too but Utah has mines mines, tne mer mention of the UameB of which compels tbe attention of the whole min ing world. Take for iii.Mance, "I lie Ontario," it has paid $!o,U5,0(J0 in Uivi- dens, ot tl'e"Iloiu S:lver," dividends, 15.117.500, or the "Daily," dividends $2,K0,lU0, or several other's that are lien or two over the mill ion mark. 'I'lieus tibove imutioned, are silver proper tief, but there lire otheis healing eoltf bright, flittering gold in lil.nal qniiu. titles. Iu one loiiI mine alone, the Mer- cur, dividends are being paid on the basis cf half a milUiUi a year, while in the Mereur District, iutiniicBimal iu com parison with othi-r mining disti let, there is a cluster of jnue gold iiearing proper ties that ikggrrgatt s iu value many mill ions of Dollars. In the light of these ('.euros, is it unrei sonnhle to r.ssert that Utah is one of the ric.Uet miiii.ii: re- fiuiis in iiif iniir.i snHf; ,,eiee!se ' i n yi-u l:t.d to ittni y 1 1. ch t'E nie'nl, ;o ' many meneraN f use in the arts snrl In I commerce, and In suon great liu'k? Thre ntev -n gold in tUi water of the Great Salt Lk and health in the air that goes with it hut that is not all. I nereis a Held for the business man tint new and fruitfu'. Almost every con i ..... i .1. , i .. lu.ouio irpyiuw m iuo Hunoe ui raw material is within the reach of the man ufacturer. If this is au age of progress lis h is been asserted, then Utah Blf irds the opportunity to expand and increase the trade of the world that is what is need-d. Utah has patoral resources of un limited possibilities. It 8'iopiy needs the people to uioiibtrate it. No more oveiiluwiug, b'uiteous, golden grain field or heavier-laden vines and fruit trees gladden the heart and pooket ot sun biow'tied husbandman :h ui I bet hundred f..ld harvests t.f tlijs fair land. No greener pa-tuivs ever feasted a herd of thriving cuttle and no soil has proved more iiie.vhaiisti'de thau this. Water in iibundmiue junt when Hiul w hore needed and fresh and pure from its mountain SOIIICt-4. If all of tlu-s possessions are factors in the prow Ih of a great shoe, then ill new st ite of Utah may f.ioe the future with out a tremor. A Ji'lieiMin (Hr.T-SJCO Hi veil A way. It. il. Woodward C 'iiipany, Bilti more, Mil . , making a very g"iieroiis offer of $2U0.0J to auyiine ivho will sell with in three months 200 copies of Talks to Children about J asm " This U ouj of the most popular I), mlicof reoint years. Ageuts often sell from 10 to 15 copies a day. It coutaiiiR a great m my beautiful illustrations, and is so! t at a remarkably low puce. They giy croilrt, and pay freight, and scud c unplete c mv isoinir outfit for S'i cents. It U J isl tu bool; to bo sold for thi holi lays. They nlno ollor an Kstey Oigm, retail price. $270. to anyone who will sell 110 books in three months. It is an excellent oppor tutiity for a church or society to secure one of these organs. A $100 00 hioye'e fo be giveu for selling 80 copies iu two months, or a gold watch for selling GO copies in one mouth. This premsum is in addition to the regular commission. They have also published a nev hook, "Gems of Religious Thought," by Tal mage, which is having a large sale Sam terms and premiums a on "Talks to Children About Jesus," Agents who do not get any of the premiums are given a liberal commission. They also make a specialty of other books- and Bibles for Xmas holidays. Write them imme diately. It fr'rre. Do not fail to s-ud for a free txmnle copy or the Weekly (Ho ie, boa 540, De : ver, Colo , an illustrated hom-e, and lam ily Uajr devot'd to teiiipeiaiioe, pure western stories, mining nev, etc. Fifty ceuts per )ear. Send tiaiay. WANTKr: Seveiol tru'tworihe (rfntleinca orlmliiii lo tiarvl iu Kmisa for islnii-Il.-hcil, n-ltiihle houae. SJary isn and ex penses, tf'tfinly pi-sill.'!), hn(toat) releicncu anil sclf-jdilress d namped em nine. lie (limiiiiao CoiD.tuoy, TUhU Fluor Oiituhu Blpg., thlcuu. Smith Bros., (Successors to Kanaka & Co.) Want to buy all of tbo pro dace in the country, also to sell more groceries than any other bouse in tun city, To do this we are going to sell bet'er goods fo less money than any other firm in l)usine.. Read the following; prices Evaporated Prunes, per M. . (fond Tomatoes, ilcans fur.. Country eured meat, per 1!. 2 cans corn fo- A good 30c coffee for. ....... 5.)! 1(K: 25c 2.5c SMITH BROS 'I No. 14 North Maift St. Hutchinson, Kansas. WANTED: Peverl trnttwonhy jrntlemon or laillen to travel In Kansas lor estab lished, Tenable hour. Salary Tut) and expenses. Steady position. Incloso ralerence and n It- flUllrt-B-fH 'I Iliprn riivri.jiri,. mc r'viii.iiiu (.'uuipjnj-, Third Floor Omaha Bid:;., Chicago. GRAYBILL. . . THE TB AMMO PKI UfJlST. OF HC1CU1NSUN WIl.LUirB 810.00 in PRIZES for Ren" rountv pn dncllon I will slv to the peTson or pcron who will briair ta my (tore between Hie dales of August l.Mh and Lhceniher 1st, the Inrsest ot tbe following I'efcrlbed products rnlird in Keuo county, payable in ouah: ; Largest Ear of Corn, - $500 1 Largest Apple - - 250 Largest Sweet Potato - 2 50 At the expiration of the above datea the products will ho eiinilned by iom-pi-lent anil uninterrated partlee and prizes jua ly awarded. GRAYBILL, Tomer Midn and Sbciman Strecta, HIT I1IN3)X - Ka'S"S 1 101 m Has now on hand the Largest Assortment of Men's Suits ever shown in this city from the Cheapest and Best, all in Desirable Patterns and Perfect Fitters. Also a Line Of Men's Overcoats, of which Prices have been Out to suit the times. Good Goods at Rock Bottom Prices. THE GOLDEN EAGLE, ONE PRICE CASH CLOTHIERS. J. D. WEIfiER & CO., Props. FARMERS V D We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are making a special price on Tank tut Irrigating and Stock pm poces. If you arc needing anythi u in this line call and get prices. Our Ked Cypress, Tanks are teuawDteed aud at prices that defy competition. The Hutchinson Planing Hill, OtI'ce and Mill, Sherman Street West. S. M.Coot'Ki:, Prest. nd Manager The 8. 1, Cooper Lumber. Co., Keepeverytliinir nwmlly fnnnil in a first-dass Lnmlier Yartl. lie-id stli is we keep a btock of Lnmlier ii"t ummily tt he fuuud this side uf Kiiunits City, namely r Plain Oak Quarter Sawed Oak, Hickory, Ash, Cherry Walrtot. Red Gum, Red Cedar, Chestnut Sycamore, Butternut, t ; Poplar Squares, Basswood and Cottonwood. s"iVoi Louisiana Red Cypress for Tank tock Also 4x6 24 and 30 Foot Washington Fir, just the thing for Wind Mill Towers: Wc carry in stock EXTAR LARGE LOCUST ANCHOR POSTS. THE S. M. COOPER LUMBER COMPANY, Office imil y..rld 101 riniiii St.. Wvt. ) MACHINE SHOP. 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