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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas COUKTY SEAT OF SEPTEMBER I n5on A Weekly ReMbltcan devotedprlncl llly to the Intereataor the people of the great Arkanaaa the THE RAILROADS OF THE I An excellent adrertlalnt Itatea of made known on The NBWM office la well atocked with a splen did Jobbing and all klnda of not only plain Ml will be execstoa with Comapondeiioc aotlclteil all narta of the County and having for oMeet to place the great of Immediate auction in a proper light Before the people The Publuhefa wlM promptly frankly an awer all lettera of Intrmry on the part of people dealrlng to locate In thla or will refer euch to parties who will cordially far the deilred JaiHgeai all communlcatlonii to rBHHY fc Reno nAILROAD The plan devised by the Legislature of 1871 for the assessment of Railroad prop In Kansas does not meet with unlvcr alter a fair trial the second thought of tjhe soberminded flnnn ictilfMosophers of the State Is prone pronounce the system very and who are not so particular In the use UngtUKe lay RIs no more nor less than In counties that have voted a subsidy of from to to the lines truv the taxpayers wlio arc forced to sell com at twenty ccnts per linshel to meet thctntercst on these securltlce at the rate of six to right per are Imbued the tielief that the revemio derived from taxing these companies should bo Just and not a stiver to off set this Interest They believe this would be lair as between the two The have been imminent In their gifts to the and it Is bad to say the on the part of the latter to forget this If the Railroads In the State were assess as high as other property their tuxes meet the mtcreift on the THXpVs But the lust made the Board of Hnilroad Awscseore under the new law of be did not fnlllll of the Upon wicli afaitarc It Is natural the cause be sanght people believe they see 1t hi the Board of RallroaU Ass And VB are Inclined to join with themln that i Aboard ooniposetl of a vcryllmitednum The railroad system of the United States is one of the most magnificent it the In fact It Is am the Impetus It will receive when llicXorth ern Pacific and Texas Pacific are Is simply InoAlctilnWo Northern tMclfld Is tiofif ruishod fbrwaM with great Sovcml hundred miles are already In opdf It may be safely that In two or three the Iron horse In all his majesty and will snort along unlit terruptcdly frotn the Lakes to Pugct Sounds developing magnificent forests and fertile As for the Texas it is bound to be a quick and grand success from the fact It U In the hands of a power ful with the railroad Tom at Its Scott has a splendid railroad his experience Is aud his resources nearly In taking charge of the Texas Pacific he knows exactly what he Is and will make It one or the most successful and benlflccnt lilies In the When the above mentioned lines arc finished they will send oft branches in rcry direction just as the Central Pacific is now bcglnlng to olid the consequence will the wilderness of the United States will be blotted the wild and grizzly bear will want hiding and allthe ajrrioulturnl nnd mineral wealth of the great west will be Huzza for the railroads and printing offices of the United They are working and will continue to do fccr of meinboTa meet at a take toto consideration tho value of the railway property of tho They then proceed to assess the valuation of any particular line In and for a dozen different through widen ftlnay secures the principal aim of the In this particular the people find no fault with But tofofe proceeding tofix the valuation of the attorney or agent U permitted to appear before the Board and show cause why a certain valuation Is too high for tlite or that The Ass reneral tiling will know hot little of the value or amount of roll tag stock connected with any of the and will necessarily depend In a great meas ure upon the railway officials for informa tion on this It will be seen Unit the depends upon theaoiottnt ofInftamcc brouglit to bear upon the Board hy thwe the plausibility of jhelr stflries and the of their argu tlio Railroads iu assess themselves under this And herein la Where the people find the It is seen at once thai a our Bpard of As THE LATEST FROM CAPTAIN The government has received more dis patches from Captain Hall who has gone on an Arctic exploring These dispatches indicate that on Ball set sail from the north east of His the was in tine and his supplies In way of clothing He had 33 souls on board with all In fine and and fully aware of thc dnnger and responsibilities of the expedi The governor of Upper Navlck Green land was extraordinarily kind to and accompanied him us fur as Tas the extreme limit of Danish jurisdic as well as civilized At j captain Hull shipped CO Esquimaux dogs with plentyof feed At Upper VuvieV he was sufficiently fortunate to re ceive the servioeH of Hans Christian the famous native hunter whom he took on board with and dog At ITolstinbnrgjTIie Polaris met tiic returning Swedish and the commander VHII furnished captain Hall with copies of his deep sea soundings and assured him that the season was The Polaris will probably winter near where ICanu on the coast of Kennedy and from thence will push tins north We for one doubt the possibility of reaching tlie but wish Captain Hull and his bravo companions all the success AAKBLINO To IHe Edttori of the llutrtitnton Atari The reason you do not receive letters from either Is that I ain unable to Write JJenyhonie completely jaded to scelc therest I Imd long but the extreme heat and discomforts of traveling Induced a summer complaint which him confined me to my room for ten In two or three days I hope to reach a breezy Island on the coast of and recovering go prepare for the falls work In Southwestern and It Is not likely that I shall feel like Inflict ing any more letters upon your readers for some A sick man Is usually feeble In purpose as well as feeble In body but I look forward with eager anticipation to the Work of Uio last three months of this for the progress of our region dur ing those three will probably ex cel any oilier portion of the The highest anticipations have been more tha realized Uius New Years Da when Reno county will be just 01 year will enable citizens to sa that more land has been ncres more roads laid more bridges more school districts orgai and more improvements made get than was ever before made durln one year in any county In A this comes of the fiiet that a fertile an healthy has been settled by Industrious live wli appreciate the fcdvanttiges of their ne homes and are determined to make tl most of these advantages in the least po slble August liitllan limited x i more apt to be governed by iin due liutaencea than was the assessors under the old representing a hundred djf ftercnt and drawing their vleWH Horn Immediate oontact with the people suppose that the ass should determine to flx the valua Kansas Bailway at 000 per near What It ought to It would be worth to the company many thousands of dollars to have that valuation or per to tha Item of tajfci they would Ina Ingle without any reference to the damaging precedent it would anybody doubt that the managers would resort to use of money to accoin K pllah the and that it would be effectual It would be the easiest matter j In the world to thus effect the action of a board acting for the whole OB the other next to Impossible to aocompIUh their object under the old atyte with assessors acting for the twenty or more dJBerent counties through which the line bribery In the shape of ve have to fear under tlie present iystem of assessing railroad property In We think we can al ready aee the footprints of this baleful Ui fluenoe hi the work done by pur Board of When Bob of the U aiklng the people of county to come down liberally with bonda ofiiU j ivu he wouldnot hes itate to iwear on stack of high M he Pyramids of Egypt that every mile Of road equipped would cost him Can we consider of per mile on this road anything like a hlr or equitable one The constitutional ity of the law U questioned by parties In we But con MikiUonal or we coincide with that view of the people which consid It tball uraulw rental Osi The famine that has been raging in Per sia for a anda half is still going Every day Its area Is and Its se verity Early the plague hrok and myreds have and still le gions are crossing deaths silent waters The central and south eastern portions o the kingdom are Those tlm are not and pouring Into die provinces oil the o the Caspian Iho only dependence Ip those cropi small Irrigated Of course the pro cess of starvation will go unless Chris tendom extends the hand of Now tluit the cau boreachcd tlie ized world slwuld awlst As long as they were upon the Interior with no navigable 01 irny other they be yond the roach of human But the case being different the mercy and charity of the world should show How thankful should we that God has cast bur lot in the bountiful United instead of drouth famine heathenish Stanley who alleges to have discovered Is having both a good and bad time of It lu England some recog nized him as bona lido and others as an going that he went to a certain point in found out that Livingstone had secured his and then proceeded to fabricate a cock aud bull story with which to delude the for our take every man as honest until he la shown to the we have not yet aeen sufficient evidence to deuy Stanley tlie honor he If It does turn out that tftaiJey is hiun hugging wo shall oertuiuly what some of our already viz that Stanley is a bra shrewd The com crop In Texas Is unusually abundant this It Is much heavier than but In view f thk ftot if Is re commended by tlie Galveitoii tlmt It be used in fattening Texan beef cattle Une beef when allowed plenty of but It la necessarily inferior to com fed It U said that when Tex as bullocks finished off with corn they are not subject to Spanish and may be hipped to any portion of the United hUUlhe caiBfm oora should by all ineani be fed to for the existence of this drown front Texas very of Fort a rived in the city lust evening from Donve inrl Is stopping at the Tellt He rte Last Monday a government train coi stating of thirty sixmule loude with army supplies tor Fort pit ciedlns aloiiK Dry between Carso 3ity and Fort under tl of Steve wagon matte While in the valley ol Dry th train mired In the d u band of two hundred Armpaho under command of their cble Jttlc made an which equii n outrage and feroeity any annuls ol It dlan The wajrons bumcd and all coi tents that could bu carried oft were takci consisting of The mules wer rim and fifteen belonging to tb train were found dead on the bloody llclc Bryan wus skinned alive from head t foot by the Besides fiftec men were They are supposed t havi been carried into t The train was under escort of Lleutcnxn of the Sixth with one hundred but being nine nilles 1 therear iit the n protection could bu Stnule wus with tlie and when It arrived a the terrible scene the savages were just tiring dyer the hill licyondT whllrlng thcl foinulfawk8fuud shouting hi wild over their Illgotten It Is siiid that Lleutcniint McFurlnnc wiis criminally negligent In being so far be bind thu when Is tli usual Ills conduct will bu inves It will be remembered Little Ruvei visited the Grout at i few mouths und promised to be peaceable but tliu above Is an evidence o the righteousness of the Quaker Topeku In Pcnivlan advices furnish a detailed ac count of the recent shortlived but bloody revolution in that with tho seized tlie reins of and declared himself com menced by Imprisoning the luwtlil This act wus succeded by u rubrn of terror both at Lima and Soldiers tilled the streute and tired Indls criniinululy upon the The soon tiring of their bloody begun to forsuko the and he wus Dually lgtl without u lie made a desperate attemptto but was executed und his body hung to a lump Guluirrcza hearing ol the pretenders stoln into tliu prison when President Bultn was und murdered thf latter in his The mur derer had barely quitted tliu prison before hu wus seized by thu and every indignity offered to the Vet another of the Guirterrcz brothers wus murdered and the bodies of the three were Immersed in kerosene and burned In the the who made his escupu to the fleet in Culliio hud returned at last accounts and matters were quieting Klved shingles of clear pine are the not only because of the durability of the stuff In and of iteolfVbut because the smooth cut of thu drawing knlfu leaves the least possible rouglmuss upon the surface for de cay to toko hold Kuxt U Iliesu rived spruce and wllicli being fur from ja way bo placed near the peak of tlie while the pine shingles arc placed lower where thu greater quantity of water passing over requires greater resistance to Sawed shingles nave u rough which holds water and causes rot but if tlicse were planed by miKjIilncry and treated with aome antisep tic tbtlr durability might be Shingles made from steamed oak cut by a potvcr have an excellent shape at and last tlie albumen of the wood bdnjf coagulated by he but soon curl up when exposed the BIIII on a and are both imslght yand The durability of even poor can be ijineli Increased by cover nif with whitewash tinted gray diflbn of A letter tVom u member of lie United States Geological now engaged in he exploration of the headwaters of says that one party under rofessor Jauien Is now camped from Fort luttor hen says Pro one tftln fjuejt fields n the worldTbcfore him for novelty in every The region which we are to explore k unknown as well as and the natural Ills Dry of U will prove rare and Ufa MAeh Vnrft ffdll A llnibiinda Rcrenir for Srdnc CromUKDowlliigOraii 37th Lost week consldenihle excitement pre vailed among the people of Todd county growing outof the sniklen death and an nosed poisoning of a man nuincd Frei The tleath Is attributed to Jnnir who has been Indicted for inimlnr I losing llariwr with and wli has madn bis escape from the circumstances of the as relate to xiliit convincingly tn Reed us tlicgul ty Itappcars tlmt Harper hud bee away from home for some having re turned only n few daysbefore his dcatl Last a week who lives In the same to Harpers where he fonn him and several other About 1 oclock in the morning Kced Invited liar per to take a walk with him to tho spring Harper at first on the ground tha drinking Water had gust been brought t the Kccd then proposed a walk saying to Burner that he wanted to wal with The twn walkc and soon Reed was snou to giv Ilurpcr u dram from a When the returned to the some of tins compi ny asked Heed for a treat of his bottle Harper thereupon remarked that t need not want as hu believed It was Kccd left Immediately and in a few momenta Harper was In con from which hu died in a A postmortem examination was mud of and the doctors making tlie ex amlnutlon disclosed what they unitedly pronounced It is known tint on the preceding Saturday Itceil hud pur chased a bottle of strychnine from Mr the at 1 Harper was raised in Mnlilenbiirg and was regarded as rather a wilt As be grew older he ripened Into r downright reckless AbontlStiB hi shot and killed Captain Brown in Green on which account he wus indicted foi A change of venue wus ohtulnci for and Ills trial took place u Russell ville before Judge George Oi his trial strong circumstances were provci to show justification for Ids killing Browi and the fury failed to At a subse quent trial a nolle prenequi was thus terminating the Since that tlmu Frc has led a worthless often drunk an engaged in he shot a man named near Petersburg In this It Is said tliu was The courtof held on tho 10th lust released him on a light and he cauio from thut trial home to Humor says that Harper had Invaded the sanctity of Kmls home and thei boasted of his successful criminal conduct and being a desperate man Heed did not have bis choice of Public opinion in Todd acorns to be that if this rumor be founded in Rccd sere jBd Harper We thut Rted will fuHliito the hands of the officers of thu und that the whole case wil undergoa thorough Investigation before the next term of Judge Bowlings court a Ronuce al A correspondent of the Boston fratelet at overheard the following con versation we must I think it Is awful cruul of but you know he never encouraged He says you are nice but that u young man nowuduys must be able to support a wife In tho style to which she bus been aud that you know you could not So I must givu von That Gas Evans I fairly with Ills 111 tic snapping eyes and Ills ug ly little but he love pony which is all at my ser and a diamond big us a walnut on bis shirt and pa says be has lots of money und owns reul estate und railroad and I dont know what and hu says I must bo civil to him and marry him f he asks me and I know he tor the other night be got right Into tho and was lust ready to ask the allimportant when pa dropped In to look for ils and that ended it for the But dont youlove me the young manly fellow nt her side asked with a wingo and a tremor lu his voice you enow you have given me cause for think ng and of I How silly jove you you know I love and it U really too bad that I cant have my way and marry you Instead of Pa might upport us well us but he aud you know I never can exist without he comforts I have always I must lave my dresses and my my lorscHimd my and move in the ame circle of society as I do aud hose things you know you could never rlvo I shall always and you wont be will oil But it U better that we should nd you wont try to ace will till after Im no not at But let us o and then Ill say goodby to you and ny hopes His voice was and strove to be iool am but it trembled u und his luce wiu very white us they aHsed But her smile was as swectund llsatlslled and her eyes as clear us liongh she hud not wrecked u young mans and thrown him Jisidu for u ralnleHH jumping juek with and s though her life was not to be rcsotuc round of 1th none of love or usefulness to sweeten Ilowluj Twlcii lor A corrcspoiidentof the Cincinnati Oael If i ny one will break his tfroum eeply and Uioroughly two or three times uring the spring und summer the extra noimt of wheat per acre will pay for und leave a handsome pruflt be I liuvu Uwted thU practice several with the moat sutbifactory 11801 I had a Held of 18 acres of like fcr I expected to plant half of the field i but for tome rcuson I did In to half that hud been plowed lor corn at er the ground had been the weeds row more Consequently I broke again die 20111 of On tho of untcniber following 1 plowed the entire and sowed In The result was follows The half which had only ru ulved u single plowing yielded wrucre 13 labels anri8 pounds tlm hall thut re ulved three breuklngs yluldnd per acre 23 islieU und 40 which niaile a dlf renco of more than 10 buuhels per t one dollar per bushclthis would pay for e extra und leave u net extra prolll of alx per ocro Com Eight large cut the jnraini and tlie Cover with water Konrac BYJO3II We exnect to reach Fort Hajrin two or nortoo miiolOand boll until perfectly three and after our departure irom Now add two Of let ft bat point we ahallbe ont off aome from with the portion of th under bU left wveraj Yellow Stone of batter rolled In a of let the whole boll ten have ready yolkiofthrco ettgn well pour the mop pn stirring lwd all he Serve after icatonlug to Whenever yu a doktor who nlwt travels on the yu kan be tho Is loo Ing for a It a grate deal to be a phllosc pheri nfter a man linz had a warm mri than It when bu dont kno wharc he Iz going tew git To never dispalr may be but aint Allektiishun looks well In a Tricing tew define love Ix like trlulng ty tell how yu kuui tew brake thru thu Ice all yu kno about It you fell an The principal Importance ov a mlstcry the What makes a ghosts respektable a karakter that nobodd ever saw The pedigree that wo receive from in anscstora Izlike the moncv we receive froi we are not expcktud tew Hv on th but on the ou transmit the prlnclolc A weak man wanks as mutch wutcjitn az a bud It iz hard work tew dellus human thu real possessor ov It iz the ver ono wno kant define Wealth Iz no guard thurc Iz az mnteli inlquitr ainung tliu rltcb u aniung the ackordlng tew their nun A wlzo man never enjoys himself so nor phool so az when uloni Avarice Iz uz hungry us tliu Than iz a great deal ov vlrtew in till world that Iz like more for orna ment than I am satlsllud that courage in men I more often the ullekt ov konstitashau tlia ov About the best thing Unit expcrtenc kan teach us iz tew liear inlsfortins am sorrow with Mans nocesfcitys arc but hlz wants are Than are mcnny people who not onl heleiive that thia world revolves on Its axis lint they believe that they aru tliu inun are most ahvus apt lie n little too proud ov the Tliu umblslniti ov U men out of If I should receive no would cud In the A genuine aphorism iz truth done up li 11 small The avarlshus man the he takes all that hu kan lay his bauds ant 5ives nothing Bushfullness Iz either the elluk ov igno rance or it Iz cdu iasliuu changes it Into I Iz it will kling teiv a man az long az he buz got one slnglu vlrtcw Hope h the Faith tliu am Charity thu Than this difference between a weak friend and a bitter one puts us oph our and the other puts us Whenever vu kan find a man to whon vu kan tell ull yure sckrcte and still retail iilz vn huv founilu friend Tliuif Iz this iiiuteh kan bu sud In fuvom ov good it iz tliu only tiling tliu miiku u pbool Tliare aint mutch plum In bu Jiare Iz a good dual ov pbUIck In Mun will forgot Injury oasicr than kou tempt they hud rather bu hated than no I like a good hut I want him abli tew giv good reuzons for About the emptyvst thing I kno ov Iz i mcketbook with vuss than a It seems tew mi thut good breeding Iz he arl ov making everybody satluflud and pleased with Old The most ivmarkablo evidence of the nuchunical skill und science of the Clii icse at tills early Is to bu found In heir suspension the invention 01 Is assigned In the Ham Ao to thu coneiirrent testimony of all heir historical and geographical the commander of the army indcr the first of thu un lurtook and completed the formation ol through thu mountainous province ol to the west of the Illth rto Its lofty hills and deep valleys had ren ercd wimiiuinlcatlon clIIHcult and clrcult With a body of ho ut passages over the throwing lie removed soil in thu and where Ills was not sufficient to raise tlm road to be required he constructed vhlch rested on pllliurs or In notbur place ho conceived and accompllsh d the during project of a iridge from one mountain to another over deep Thu which urucull d by thu Chinese very approprl flying und represented to be nmeions the present are some inen so high thut they cannot be traversed One still In tretehlug400feetfroinnionntalii to inoun over a chasm of over llvo hundred Most of thcso flying bridges aru so that four horsemen can on them and balustrades an plawd on each du to protect It Is by no means nprobabtu as Pauthlur suggested mt tho missionaries to China made known he fact over a century that the Chl ese had suspended and that many f them were Hindu of the hint may ave been taken from thence for similar instructions by European lUcaalli A great many people afteet to despise or tliosi1 laws by which society Is and If they luippun to bu clever id talented people In soniu other xurclsu an Influunco upon the joiing whloli U very dutrimmiUil to thuir politeness and good Tlm truth the neglect or Indlllerunce social observances Is almost always aflectatlon or Acquaintance with them teaches us their and HID charm which a certain kind of consideration aud ceremony Imparts to social Nothing so eQectually cheeks follv and prusuiuptlon us dignity coupled with per feet Good or what U called the habit of good not In tellectual but U Is a kind of which current all over the whlcli stumpsa man or woman with a sign which Is as at once recognized und acknowledged and gives them untrue into where very i often neither wealth nor Intellect would carry them without The fault of Is Its tendency to glorify indupend eiiuo at Hie expense of coasldfrutlon for One of the inost results of tlie 1UH of tliu LliipIrK In thu inwltinceof tho of of of allthow whose It wiw to perform for In roughness and are posed to UB an evidence of tliiiuifh quite the contrary Is shown by ciiVriwcji The claptrap become w proverbial by wWch our public men are shoved Into of that It gravely recently that oaiuUdato would i no becaiue he a Mrlck The remains of theta Crowe Democrat were recently sold for u trifling Four yraim HIM La Crossc Democrat had probably the largest Circulation of nny pa per In the United The from one end of the land to the read and floated over Its benatly mralust ffrmit and the memoryof Its proprietor made an Independent for which he Invested In u printing olHeo In Xew Since that the Tn Crossc Dematrat ling and was lately nuver heard except when ita sale was 1omeroy squandered his money on his New York venture aud now he Is firing his peculiar ainniunltlon at Oreelcy and tils Democratic But few Republicans can be found to en dorse Bricks style but they can ciiloy to see him pour the name tilth over he faujr who formerly upheld and supported im In his BENO COUNTY 1 North Main Exchange Bought and mmm macnm HOIK i Attorneys at SIttCtALntfentlvn given to all ron ntetwl with the at Taylor Atty Counselor at WI1X practice m Reno and coun Also liny and wli Itcal Eatate on aUcml to cvllrctlonuf JTjOfllcc two doom south of the XKWS Real Estate CIVIL County ATTORNEY AT Peniilons and Uounty Ap Tor IMUntM twforu IM Ueiurnl Lnul Unlee at Wiuhhigtou will receive i Ir3Omce on Main near the Court WHOLESALE DRUGGIST Dawes PAINTEBS AND DESIGNERS li Kansas LL kinds uf plain and ornamental pumlm ilcmu wllh nuU War guuruulceU to glvu M K Formerly of Winter Boston 18 TO rLAlK AND raehiouable Dress and Oloak Making Muublne 1luklnijuml Fancy Work In nil Ainu gentle itmiit1 plain uulu cut ami miulu In upiirovet KAN ulvl liACKSM ITU AMD Wagon kinds of Iron and Wood Work Jane at short Sherman Uf IIUTCIIIKMONi RENO SOLE AUEST Roof 1IIOOK 1 WurniulvU mil lo Irak liir om An in nurong by twen ytara GONTRACTOa Hea nuke Kutlinatea and liike for the erection of bual ami ihvellllut NutUnictlon an to Quulltyo MAOK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Xext door to North Main IJalr cutting Ireartluic done In thulutwtatyluof lir JAOKMAN A Carpenters TI1K beat iiuullly ut work done at the wont rat Douitb u Coutructa and llguifa iiulii on nil nrk ur Plasterers Stone A LIwurk atuuidixl lu itutl uliariirt aoiiov AND IUQPHIKTOH City Meut V Qlmstead and HOUSTON Counselor at CJUfllcu In thu NKMa Ihlntlnx ATTY AT ATTORNEY AT Attorney at COTTONWOpD Xuave In all thu f or tile VV Ulafrlct aul altiiul to colleoUoiM ID all of Itf ATTORNEY AT IfoTury Flral door aoulh of tliu Laud KAUT attention glvpu all klnrta of biul HUM lii the UultoiIStalcil Land n4vl STEELE Real Xktate Itunranoe and Collecting Phytvlclan Beno CtPKClALallratlon given to illneaiwa of Wo C iiLii anrt Offlcu two doora MUlIk ol NicH8 MuUi Itcfen to Kilwln mrealor Pliyntaian Physician 43 Main W ultend all calla by the laliat and treat all NOTARY Illauk Nail JUSTICE of the PEACE Ukra aud lioiui uroinuUy All lulnul d to wre will Bu k wlui Itf of the TAKKN fbmu and UraantutaJ I more nd the Deawrttft tr auw will awl Boot i All Work Clu
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