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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 29, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                GOfJNTY SEATOT AUGUST t yrnr tn ml BO A Weekly Ueimljltcnn ikvoteil prlhc Killy to the Inkrests of the twoplentItiitchitim UiolJrcut ArJutiwiw tl off In ttte f Three tnus Clubs of five iiml An excellent lUlvcHIshig Hates c ttlrrrtlulng miulu known on The NKWS ofllee Is welt stocked with i enlin did unit nil kimla of nn only plain I ml will be cxccuUu wit nt Topckii CorrwiponileiineBoliclleil from all pnrtfl of II onnly iinil having Tor Its object to nine the great nilvnntages of oilr Immediate scctlo I In ft proper light boTdrc the people The Publishers will promptly nnd frankly an BMer all letters of Incjitlry on the iiart of peonl locate In thin or will refe melt Inquirers to parties who will cordially fur nlah the ilesircfl Address nil commitnlttntlonn to JEIIHV fc nmt Itmo Kns Htitchhison Is a temperance ttiu consequently Is freer from vlco aw Immorrnlity tlmn nuy city in the west We say this without nny foi tell us where there Is another place of like size nnd without a single hone of illfame or grog shop There IB nol wo duro In tho whole ITntclilnmn hns one one schoo nine or ten dry goods iuul grocer one dirge hardware two extensive Imp one extensive furniture one blacksmith two large ami well appointed livery and feed three three commodious hotels and many private hoarding three large luinher two meat and vegetable one paint five law two heavy real estate two medical one art one billiard one barber out hrick two millinery two and shoe mn tcrlal and repair yards of the Topcka AHnufji Ke and not one drinking saloon or of ask where In t another such a city fn con if and the trim yet manner in which the city has been the society of llutcldnson If of Hie most excellent We the Hnfchlheon irntliered togilher In and re Hilly convinced they eannot be excelled for rellncmen nud spirit And why should they whrn they came from the most relined anil xcclleiit portions of the cost Such is the character of our m that dead heat nnd border ruflliins In It they flijjl no congenial at They citnno pot their nor find gambling When we rims speak of lltitehihson nsa place of civil d wo by no means timate there are no exceptions fur there are n Thefe are a few per Iu tlie are of the opinion that no toWucnu dually good without whisky They hold forth siuli opinions nud Is of this werii found v In lic late whiskcjprbsiWitloiisv Tlieis parties with a dead would Rlad to see eveiy third houson saloon fi opposed lo in every thing culcnlnted to raise and improve tlio i human In found uiid they Invariablyqppijo everything restmijilng rjjL Bnlin Uutcliinsoh are 90 giuull fix that ns and r their eoiijpinionsness is fast diminishing j every For every dny society is hi jU coming more iiSlid nnd and every day fills boliur reinforced by stuntlnl Hutchinson has rellg lous exercises two or three tlmcscuch week she lias nil nhlo pastor of tho Presbyterian another of tho will also one of tho Baptist She will shortly have large sohool liaiisc which added to her new church IIONV Ihcjr tho Round house and repair shops tlw SantoFu all soon to bo In of will one i j of wteterii her Ihtnre la Ic lirillliiiifr We do not downing when we li M vita people from the eust to mine Mi In addition to tho temperance principles of tho city nnd Its progress Is o bo recoiji nicnded Its We are now In tlie latter part of Summer and still the health of the people Is Our our our pure makes every thing soYeou Unit As a further re commendation to the may bo men tioned that It Is based upon The country around IB settled and beyond the process of settling still rapid ly goes Thu fanners of Ifono comity class of gentlemen and will baokijntliojtobd people of Jliitchln son In every thing 4lils Is one guaranty of Hutchinson proving eucccssml as u temperance For u great majority of tho favor of and being backed by the farmers they are llutclUusonU jut of soonJUi pi for office Isone of tntlt of American Our Institutions a and In many aspire to 01 It seems that nearly I or working to enter at tho opei 1lito Is Inore the enc oht west thai Iu tho Hero every thing Is new IIIK society and from facfi many put themselves wlm when society In more will know places too well to nsplrc to Jhls pe rlod of solldlllcntionls always to be Itallci ninny ninnies on tin iuul thiis frees ua from their nicbli We believe this period hna come In Reno county and that hereaflcr there will nbolit olllce than We say this because we know thnt the best and most Intelligent will not scramble for mid also because these greatly out numbers the other The late election Bbows this so far as this city Is But while the lute election shows us how cool and jmlependcnt most of oiir citizens nnd on how high a plane they place even small municipal it at the same time reveals the that there ore par ties In otir who would without com punction sacrifice the best Interests of he dty to raise themselves Into It Is very sad to sec this to see men with but Ittle Influence and ability nsplre to gov ern those nnd more influcu than Il Is unfortunate wichpiirtJcs cannot restrain Ihcir wid unite with the rest of their fellow cltl in placing Into public position rat men of the The ablest niicl best mnn should always he put In public nnsi for only such Insure the best kind of overnment nnd the greatest umount of ignltyand Shysters are very bundant in the nnd may heaven leliver us frotn such a Yet while ve make this we fear thorn for vc know the will and temper of our pco Ic to well to even for a licy will tolerate that miserable species of The only danger that some my come ill the guise of honest and jitisc trouble before they nre found Vhen there arc so many strangers coming our nud thnt too upon our invita Hint is the good ones we hate to dmonish our citizens to beware of slrnn lintonr arc becoming icli that we must beware of until thoroughly have reason to believe they of the right Iliitcliinson Is a rosperous becoming unions i this Consequently many evfl ispohod Nyill and seek by every leans In their power lo ostiblish tliomsel csaiidtlKJr ilegrndlng bupiness in the This lining the there must he o apathy on tho part of tin1 good ir let a silwn get and h n short while house of ill and then loals of gamblers and will bc iu to collect and J Iu tch i use he inisformedfrom the re and rellnud city she in one of n litit this will not and we only allude to the possibility our citizens may not become apathetic In the least The price of liberty Is eternal vlglhincc nnd tlie price oil n temperance city In Is eternal Let us exert that watchful THE BARNARD Judge of the Supreme Court In New York has been found guilty the crimes Imputed to and turned If would now Imitate McCniin and shuffle off bis mortal coil It would be better for the Barnard was n judge of the He Is rough nnd He Is just suited fora bar room Dnrnard enmo from California to New York He had practiced law with doubtful reputation In In New York City he shortly rose from the bar room to the judicial It Is said he owes his elevation to a discovery of the defalcation of a prominent office holder who then controlled tho party By working on the fears of this he se cured the rccordcrshlpof A brief service here gave him mrthcr hold npon till and he was In 1857 raised to the supremo The lawyers of New York City have long been cognizant of his vil Frotn time to time ho has writhed under the sting ol Ills brutal and hnzcn mi hire has enabled him lo endure as a with Ho is tho friend and associate of and the other In hmous scoundrels who for years have ilundcrcd New York Jim Flsk was one of Ids boon Barnard Is igain in private and it Is to bo hoped itibllc confidence in him Is destroyed to neb an that like Benedict Arnold ir Aaron he may hereafter be re garded with loathing and Rerfn lof the Afrlcnn More than h month ago we directed at tention to thfi rapid of the slave trade on the oast coast of Since that an unexpected has been added to bur recommendations lor the pivsslon of this evil by the piibllmulioii of the letters of whose re cent among the slave hunters bus enabled him to Increase the volume of evidence relating to this nolhtious which he exposed after his return from his previous Thirtylive yunrs the measures taken for the extinc tion of the slave trade justified Ilic hope thnt It had ceased to It is necessary clearly to understand the elreumtitnncos by which this traffic was able to survive those inorder to devise proper means for Its In many cases Great Britain hastrented Zanzibar In the same way that she has treated the native States of She In terfered In the political altairs ahd arrange ments of that State to such ah extant ns to show that she had a certain authority Iu that Under exsistlng treaties with Muscat and Great Britain is hound not to Interfere with the home slave trade of or within certain with the slave ships which carry on the trade with tersla and Mada Protected by these the trade between the Interior of Aft and the slave marts of the East is limited only 1XASIIV AT In Prll Ink Pulrttll if Die 1ur FrnrSTl Corrrsjimilcilt of The city of Toledo Is celehraled in nn rcnl hWoryns helifjr I lit of li trolcum IostmnSter of tlie federate Cross Hoads whose modest res deuce bears of Ouvld I lie is fttlilllelilt man til eateli dm ing the lecturing wlieu hn Is star ring it from Portland to westward as far as Kansas but in I he sum mcr time he may be found in liisiln 01 the fourth floor of flip Rtarlc building writing his squibs for the Unity Jllaih and ponding over Ills Nasby In Utk stylo of writing he excels and exult over his points with an occasional war Ills mind is quick to perceive i weak place iu the enemys armor as In glances over the and when In goes for a solitary foe he nlwavs re turns with the scalp hanging his girdle Ills paper Is doing magnificent service fo Grant in Northwestern Locke or as hi h oftoncr culled 1 Is n man of about llveau nine Indies In witli brown hai pushed In all rubicund of vis by the probabilily tefore rencn that the victims will tow Unclr Samv are to tw Uniform ed Uncle Sam lias ordered his troops to don he new and improved which is he result of the recommendations made jy the Board which lately sat In New The morn important changes nre he following double bcenstod IVock heretofore sacred ofUuers above the auk 11 is now to be worn by of ccra of all The undressed sack of the regulation The frock coat of the enlisted iien gives place lo a neatly fitting landsoniely faced witli colors of the IVend arms on thu ast nnd and liernlly ornamented with The rais shoulder scile dLsappeuni ill favor of cloth shoulder For tUtigiie and 1 her purposes a navy bljie u the brcastsiiud gathered In a waist is provided In Tiic trousers of ml their stallollleers are to be dark blue wiihuut trinnuings Kcginicu lal olllccriare to wear light with wcltcd the color of their re The Standard Is authority for saying that there are fourteen croquet clubs lit ho the House club tfiw It to real iilee g of whpi am fiHXjpwUBg idong tUe to tiC Weef wA the hoys and glrU worfcliqr at open uli It rosier cow o mia tejjflp 4 mail Iww to handle their The revolution In Alexico still goes though It U snid Ihe getting a If the late newspaper oojouilta tire true we may noon expect to hoar that Trravhta Inld down their Yet if this Is wo need not he surprised If the next mull brings us news of a new MexicoIB oltin lluest countries on earth but her population is 01 the vilest It Is a mongrel horde composed of Indians urn thy In variety of cross und They liave no morality ami neverwill Thoy will wag along as they have done in a chronic state of until some strong power fakirs possession of by bayonets forces thorn to keep When this takes place the world need not feel We believe that the United States IB power tbjit Will Pile own Of opursg it will he long beforeMve need But whenever require territorial expansion Mexico may expect to ho swallowed by the Then there is any good in tho Mexican character It will be If there Is none or hut then Mexi cans may look to be gradually crushed out by the weight of Anglo Saxon rs arc to wear the French twi ostrich dress occasions niouitedc a black folt trimmings and hair and marching corps i with upriglit plmno of cocks for artillery and white for Foot soldiers will wear pjmpom Instead of Mounted troops wear genuine troopers top and sashes aud epaulets nre abolish ed but general There arc many ininor all of it is will be for the TIIK KAXSAS The Septornbcr number of the hatatm Magazine has come to and It U with no little pleasure and Instruction wo glance over its well filled Its subjects are wejl and uro handler a vigor ous and spirited Tl stylo of Its articles aro western und consequently fully up to the They are not so excessively literary as to be read only by the yet ut tamo time they evince scholar ship and accurate It Is just such a magazine as Kansas ought to ami with pliiMure we ooiitcmpluto Its signal JWOCQisi Among Its t well known In the wo will mention Mill Web James and John James Among Its oxxasloinU contributors wo notice Judge Marcus uud IU list of oontrlbulors Is eXtonalvo and cowposed en tjrcjy flf do of gooS world of aud we moat cheerftiUy reooui mend the above nomoittoull who wlih KfWfelT W4MCIwurtt weighty wnl thought Ad than that by the It oujht lo be a every few One of tlie greatest wonders connected wllh the ancient city of liabylon was the construction of the famous hanging gnr the present ed these gardens to his being u native of wits a hilly was anxious to sec something In liabylon resembling the mountains onier native contained a square of more than lour hundred feet on each and were carried in tlie man ner of several large one above the III the height equaled that of the walls of the The ascent from terrace to tenfico was by stalls ten feet The whole pile was sustained by vast aivlies raised on other one above strengthened by a wall surround ing it on every twenty fret in thick On the top of tlie arches were first laid largo flat Over these was n quantity of mixed witli on which were rows of brickselosely cement ed The whole was covered with thick sheets of on which lay the soil of the The earth was so deep that largo trees could take root and grow in Tlie trees which the king planted were of various generally such as were na tive in but which grow In At a distance this whole itrtltlcial mound appeared like an Immense hill covered with forest whole structure must have been some 800 feet iu From Us summit a lino view was afforded of the city and the country around for niany The different terraces contained seats and baiiqnelimr rooms and the whole extent was adorned with flowers and 9 at From a row of currant about eight rods u farmer mid his neighbors gathered about two bushels of currants last The currant from the tlrst picking to tlio was from June 1st to August two und a half From u row of gooseberry two rods he gathered about a bushel of From u pint of strawberry four rods long nnd one rod he gathered nearly three bushels of The strawberry season lasted about three ending about tho middle of Then his raspberries came and lusted about three They stood next to the strawberries In point of He has u number of cherry Tliey yielded well lust ills family and mends used u bushel or and the children of the neighborhood fed themselves upon them without for two ufUi thu raspberries were peaches begun to One of the trees ripened Us fruit und it has lusted till within a few weeks past i of these he has had two more All since tho 1st of his apples mii pears have been and have flimlsliod an abundant supply for his for the cow and anil some to sell qr give away lie In gathered from two or perish before roncnlng the coast of Zanzi Under these elrcumst Great Britain must be held to be chiefly responsi ble for this branch of the traffic in African Until the question was likely to be agitated in the public the British Government avoided taking any notion on numerous official reports aud memorials of trustworthy which explained the evils of the system In Its worst It was shown by testimony before n Se lect Committee of the House of lost In the course of five years ending there wns nn average of year shipped through the Customhouse nt On those the Sultan levied a tax of 12 por nnd an additional tax of wns levied nt Zanzibar so tho Sultan derived nn in come Of from thnt The Sultan wns disposed to abro gate the old treaties nud agree to which would go fur to ameliorate tho Jior rors of of the uniial payment of A proposition to this effect wns made to tlie British Gov under an arrangement which would have been bcncllclaltn British India nnd ntlhe same time hnvc saved the Sultan from any diminution In his But the matter wns brought to a deadlook by therefnsuJ of the Lords Commissioners of the to accede to Public appears to have for tho Uritish Government Lute mails bPIng in the account of n debute on this question in tbo House of on n motion for an address praying theQueen to take such measures as are necessary to assist the cruisers employed In the suppres sion of the slave trade on tho cast coast of On Karl in cn Idoaviiring toiinihiee Ilonse to termin ate thcdebaterfifadeaTltilKMifbjitwhioh is of interest to this While admit ting that It was should a leading part In thu suppres sion of tho ho said it was necessary to do so In conjunction with other With this fn view he hnd communicated with theUnited Germany and suiting tho facts and asking for A most cordial reply had come from the United and a very similar answer had come from France Portugal nt first desired to make Inquiries on the but had rotund of face and broad of girth am weighing some two hundred Ills face gives no Indication of intellectual man except In the hop set ex pression of his But he cannot speaks or write without a or without ex pressing his extreme sense of tlie ridicu His Nnsby letters nre ofton pinned out weeks before they nre but nre usually written nt the last moment nnd un der the high pressure of cull for As the reading public well thoy havenlwaysapoint to nnd succeed in keeping H in front Hence tin1 of his Tiny touch some living spring of thought anil nnd lenve the past to Knter his dim nnd dusty sanctum and a licarly welcome waits thongh ho lie in his shirt and the grev suit ho none of the and his butter ed At home in n pretty little bouse In Huron Locke euterenins Ills guests with true Groups of Rogers stalunry tirescattered the and manv paintings adorn the The most attractive of the lat ter Is n lillle water skeleb hy Tom roprcsonl Ing himself as metat the depot by Parson The drollery of the pict ure is nnd the portraits are ex Thecarpet bag swung in the left hnnd ns be extends iii right n is almost us large ns the hero Locke has nn interesting consisting of n and three The eldest of this latter Is seventeen nnd Ibe youngest three years of luis been ho plea nut lot of Locke lo see her husband rim from the ranks of a iimrnoy nen printer to a natinnal reputation and n The H Tit liinst last expressed a desire to coop He had little doubt a favora ble response would eventually be received from However necessary such a scheme of co operation mny our in entering upon should clearly compre hend that no measures will be permanently effective without the abrogation of the treaties which afforda cover for the throws oiltlie cares of business with his and h n mini the comforts nf Onreturning earlier Iffnn usu al from his he ridi s out to his three and surveys his So faralone docs he it is needless to lie Ihounnijrli ly Recently Locke hog gathered best of his Nasby into one volume to singularly Senator uer has written the In speaks of tho good work the letters Inive done for the Republican be fore the book had cnino before the Nasby set bis face against and let fly some of his sharpest arrows against the great The hon orable Senators predicament on Ids point cun scarcely be Jinny persons have criticised the Nasby letters but when the bears his testimony In their nnd repeats what h in Iolcf l Senator Morton Is a to poke slicks at when he Is The other when he was ex coriating Simmer for turn ing Ihcir pohricai n Democrat In the yelled out Yon nre a turn coal yrilnwlfyou used to ho a tixed thnt portion of tliiMTowdfrom which the voice pro hfs gllttejing uui re I loft the Dem ocratlcpBrty twenty years and the of limitation ought to begin to 111 lo The roosi II why I left the Democratic party was be cause Its nelitlKul shonu of nnd tho I oppose it flow is because of It treasonable mure laughter thcsn ircclpy In loveWith its very plelnim Prolonged and uproar OIIH Attorneys S Atty Courr RENO 1 North Stain Exchange Bought and Said UKrtWfS nilLECTKSS O T 3D WHOLESALE DRUGGIST fiawes IAINTHUS AN JKIICK JKUHl Kansas ALL kiiil i ni1 iliiin tun imiulirr ilnui wllh iiuittiiMd tint Wuct Furnuily IS IHKIAIIKII III ILAIN ashionablc Dress and Oloak Making As a Work IMnkllifruiidRilH lulu i1 jtiiil Also g In Wagon ft fti tiit y of Iion titxt Wutitt Work doneni RENO fMniijKr lliin il Hot lo I k IMIC Aiijn Tvsirtl hy twcu li i i i lIMIt II1 With loss than this wo flmolil not ho sat mvfl UwM lsllediind Grout Britain would imdwibt Presidentcriticism will find ita hard task to deny ability to They have been read tn every by all classes of peo edly lie prevented from rpsei nr de mids us nil iiiiwiirnintuble from UK recollection ottliu fact Unit It has Itself nipratcdly rogurdcil tho qnestloii of yhivcry as one of intcrimllonal For sovrii days iinst Fittldcnt Caldwell with a force of lnuuls luivci engaged n up the lraU torytfr holdingthe Shite Sat uniaythoy were employed in removing tho old bridge across the State Ditch near the southeast corner of the and be neath the abutment log tliuy found a ojdfushloncd leather which had almost rotted On opening tho book a largo roll or money was upon being touched crumbled Into By of tho lar ger It was found that tlio money WHS of old bank bills of very large denom and apparently From the slue of the roll it is estimated that tho sum amounted to nearly but It wns so hndly broken up as to render iden tification the when he discovered tlie genuineness of the concluded that lie would re tiro from active but reconsidered his resolution when ha found that his treasure wns During the remainder of thu work upon Hint bridge Hut men han dled tilings with the utmost care und closely scrutinim every possible nook where a pocketbook could 60 It Is supposed that the money was siTctcd by some one of tho rebel prisoners conlhied at Camp Jlorton during the and that after leaving prison either died wMihls secret or some cause never returned lo seek his hidden June and have oven proVoked it hiugii those who Sllllored most Irani their gome she has preserved in tor use The beat givuter portion of the whole were eaten as or lii Wruu or r tiro some of the enjoyments drawn usmuU plut of during the scfMon They were at small but they sweetened from many u uud to WJiymuy uotucufjy rge r nut of around A Novel AalUolu for iabuccor Tobacco antidotes were the rugc year or two Ncwijiuipcra were filled with advertisements of their wonderful Like other they hud their and now we hear no more of There Is an but no physldun would recom mend it It Is too ExGoveruo of used to bo an Inveterate He would average twenty clgiuii a fie never went without never stinted himself a mini of powerful ho never experienced nuy IK efteeb from As counsel for he was present In the Cupltol at the time of tho dread I ill lltuch It may bo culled went down with the and sustained frightful lib breast louo und two or ribs to say nothing of collisions nnd other Fora long time fits life was hut bis Iron constitution sufely thought him After his reeqvvry lie wus sur prised to find that his fondness for tobacco had Nay from that clay to he has not only not hud any desire for hU once loved hut tho very tmell of If U The violent shook to uervous system appears to have wrought tin entire change in bJs con Ailvniturous 3rl stuoil tu tlavt Picture tVoin tliu jtmttuiinuoKa A very daring feat was performs on the on Lookout a young lady from Is etiatoni ary for all strangers visiting the height to have their photograph tiiken the galiu ry situated on the point or extreme tho overlooking the Tennessee Timid persons nre gener ally contnnt with n position ranging from three to four feetlrom tho eilgu oftlie which just out ubovo the Irtxs sovenil hundred feet Tho young lady in question fivas not Kltisilcd with the common with Ibe of the photographer and a friend ollmod over the verge anil stood on the projecting frag ment of a rock only six within a few feet of tho top of the and looked calmly down from the giddy height until her was One joslle or would have gone down through the tree lops and Into the No other lady lias over at tempted tbo and wo suppose never The Dlullioud FUltla of Professor of and the Todd party arrived here on tlie from MI extended imand New Ltaidcd geological tour In J iw or direct from the diamond They have wllh them one thousand pounds weight of silver tind other and several pints of preci ous and doubtful which will be ex hibited iu San On tho route from Fort Wlngate to New and on tbo borders of though not so frequent In what are culled the ant hill theio precious stones all ut the surface and of genuine rubles are brought from the size of a large pea The di if there be are and at best of little Thu party found rich gold and silver bearing quartz item Fora The party aUo claim to havd discovered and located flowing oil that will yield from seventy to u hundred barrels of oil por The prccUe tlon they not In the old mounds ruins of ancient cities thoy found relies of pottery and woven cloth They aru notKaiigniiie us to their diamond Three ports of their host aUinejj will be tested and Sputo of ruby pcclnwiin will weigh a quarter of a They suffered prlvatlonmni thu mid nar rowly pcrljlilng crowing thu Col orado Since the pprlna of HID republican party hai wet u tingle ruverse In iiuy niuiinwlillo been On tlio hun re4wfucd from lul that he will never ajfijin Now tolewte tobacco lu any Oregon uuu COMfRACTOR Until IlKiilsli makf Klliiiitwl mill 1 lor llw cnclluu ill bilsi mti IH lo IM iiiiy m1 MADE BARBER HAIEDEE3SEB North Main nit doim In nr QUA Uulrmilling ui JACKMAN Carpenters rilllK IHUI nuullly iilwurkilinuiil thv IIIIMCrui X mid iijjunti on ull wurk lit OBOW Plasterers Stone ALL work nltundcd to itnd ehurifpjj hi u c City Mont Olmstead CONTRACTORS and Eeal CIVIL County Ill Y i ATTORNEY AT S KutoM for Vnljiitii Mill HOUSTON Counselo OnllW III till NK ATTY AT WKE Attorney COTTOXWOOn II I prunlli in II I llllfllll Ullll III 111 I r IL ATTORNEY i Ha V vr fn i I i ih unit Real Insurance aud Ooi 1 I Sti nuniiiiii h a i nn ii iuul I la htii I i i ions Kvlii IMwlu Ji t 1 IU I ii trj K Physician fir onio i lit t C Wll nil i I i L H t I NOT A RY JUSTICE oi i A 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