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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - October 17, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas COUKTY SEAT OF OCTOBER A WMklr HcpnbllMn b4ltr Mi UK tateewttof the EDO Ulo Orut ArlouMiu the rtblUhed In At Ootttatr of Reno Temu of Subscription sinalo M per IB six Three Jlubl of Ovcunil An uectlcnt of miulc known on ontie Ig veil itnckiMl with n id Jobbing ntld nil kinds of not but will bo executed with a wrlcwK r solicited from pnrta of tlm County IX nty an cnec s hnvtng for Its object to advantages of our immediate t will promptly and frankly nn if Inquiry on the pnrt of people o In Uiln or will reTcr la proper light before the people nbrond mt til letters o ttwlrlng to locate In this Inquirers to who will cordially fur Mftb ttle desired l communications to PERRY fc EilUrs CANDIDATES FOR TIIK WHTEII STATES Pomcroy Is the lending cnn dldate for the United States The Held U pitted ngnlnut The eniull thtw nro Jnines Judge Morton of Simpson of Green ol John of and others of no prominence whose names we cannot recollect just there arc several small beer politic who have a violent Itching In thiil di rection but have not the courage to miike open fight for Judge Lowes friends tvc talking seriously of pushing him as t but we have no Idea that the movement will developc Into Anything im as the Judge will not tjikc any pnrt In It Pomeroys strength will be the political as well us of the candidates In the Held against Harvey Is a very clever gentleman anil does very well as a but to spread film out in the United Slates Senate along the and bo Simpson would steal Ilic country bank ttipt In a few lie Is a man of no or moral standing in the The Influence ol such rascals Is and they should be kept in lite background as far as Ingnlls will probably not be candidate unless romeroy is Morton Isa good man bnt not active enough to represent Kansas nl His acquaintance In the State Is too limited to make an effective On the at the invsnnt theru seems not much doubt of Pomeroys lie will go up to Topeka with nearly if not quite a minority of the Legis He ought 10 bereelcctcd because he Is an able who is the as a of the very bust teen In that He has done a great deal for our State In the and her in terests arc never neglected In his He has good Senator during the last six and we venture the opinion that he will bo a better one In the THE MEN WHO SHOULD COME TO RENO To those young or who are comfortably mid well we would stay where you Hut to the and tens of who have hot the means to procure themselves homes and own thorn In the we would emigrate to the Es pecially arc these remarks addressed to that large clnss of persons Who desire to till the soil nnd to own the acres which they Such people have but a meagre clmnceof over becoming freeholders among the ilghprliei lands cast of the Mississip pi while there are few of them but In a few years time by pluck and provide comfortable homes In this country which they could with pride call they The farmer possessing few acres and nu merous must look towards the set ting sun for land to give those sons when grown to mans Nowhere else can he look for thrift and Independence for his rising Ills 40 or 80 acres will not suffice to parcel among half a dozen sons with of making To those who wish to change a cold climate and muddy roads for a mild climate and good we would silyi emigrate to Reno To those from any cause cannot live comfortably and happily where they we would say And to all who we would say come to To all those who wish land in a most beautiful with a compara tivelymild and with all the possi bilities of a brilliant ttitnro before we can oiler most flattering This comity of among fifty others bearing reputations as gardens of is second to none in ferlility of cheap ness of transportation in short all that govs to make Ufa not only but happy and Come and see JlIXIli The Leavcmvorlli nines takes every op portunity to attack Judge and ap parently does so occasionally without liny opportunity being The case of Deliihny is now in tlie hands of the Ju diciary Committee of till House of Rep mid they will no doubtsift the charges against If he Is found un worthy of the place he the House will Impeach him and turn him out of of without the aid of any of An thonys editorial The relentless malevolence and undying venom that dwells heart of this man Anthony exceeds all 116 ulll ruin his his best and even his he can thcroby ruin an He must be very Such a dis position cannot be anythlngclsc than un Anthony has the tl tie of ISo Tie energy nnd per sistence he manifests in catering to his ha treds would malic him the leading man In the Western States If thrown Into n dif ferent and better AN APT ILLUSTRATION Of THE PltO OKESS OF tn the Ottawa of the w find the following paragraph In mi nrticl Life in whichjiolutci ly the progress our glorlou State Is It Is Wonderful yet true The article is from the pen of an old settler of and n one time the friend and companion o John of Jndg Hanway Is one of writers In Kan and with his long experience Is bled to produce some Interesting remltih cencca of our early many of whlcl we have read with great and t our marked Judge HamVay says In the centre of Frank Un the Ottawa Indians owned reservation of ten by twelve mile This line tract of country has been pioltu oirintoqiiartcr suctions Man Hue nnd flourishing farms hare been opei A college hns been erected from th proceeds of these His one of th finest buildings in the On the bunk of the beautiwl Murals des Cyjtncs sprnii up the city of containing over 4 000 with two railroads In ac live operation nnd the prospect of thrc others before mutiy years I hi certainly Is a even In Is seldom The magic touch o enterprise iind progress have converted th wild imcuHivatcil Into a theatre o The hand of bennty laid Its Imudson the jfrassy null coi verted them into a paradise of prosperou The Concord has taken thu plac of the wild Hie jassamiiie anil th honeysuckle grows where the poison vin climecl nnd rambled the wild and tinlet tered nomad of the forest hns left for othe climes nnd his place is now occupied byth educated and enterprising Anglo Saxoi and Teutonic These are nl though they look the visionary dream of thoy are living renlitics the spirit of western its develop ed before our OR MATE The Senatorial Convention for this IJIs teict met In Wichita lost nominated Marshall editor of the tor This nomination In to the electors of beno They know Jfurdock by and he of of lining H with honor to hluiweli and profit to constit Ifcjhiiffibeien a member of the State Senate fortwo terms from the coun ties of Osage and and his last term had not expired when he removed from Burllngame to nomination Insures hlnv itfxfcoiiijncutive years in the Kansas something we believe unknown Murdock la one of those picas wit full of ability and who accomplish more for their constitu ents In a legislative body than a dozen of ttfe who are more ivrapled up In fortheir own personal ad vancement tliari they are to secure bene ficial His extensive practical turn of coupled with tils and tireless will makti Twenty Bfth District In the State and ono of the most Influential In that lie will oatululy be A HUfiU COIIN Is undoubtedly a grcnt State for corn as well as some oilier among which we may particularly paper But hero is a corn story which goes lieyond nil of ft is told by the Coltonwood Falls anil the hero Is n farmer of neigh borhood Foreman has raised some this Tlie carsavcrage twelve inches length and cdnhiln twenty rowseach On over anncrc of twentysix wagon twentythree bushels to the wore If this lie Foreman raised about000bushels of corn oijjhat little overall acre of TlifsJ is truly u imignifleent else It Is a inagiilli cent We lire inclined to the that one acre anil n little over five Even admitting and the story no vorth THE DEMOCRATON Tbejolllllcatiou meeting at Lawrence last over the result in which was addressed by Senator Kalloch excited Die ire the Lawrence Democratic wliloli throws out u column or so and Innuendoes ut Pomeroy It is mete two tuch f nijk able is Kallocli and PpmerOy should excite the envy and malice of the Democratic press of Does anybody suppose It will hurt No It will bo mom apt to unite the Republican party of the Stifle In their Poraeroyexpects the opposi tion of all He has fuughf Democrats all his and at this late hour In hU career hi will not big for any chuugu uithc Kalloch U a canklalo for uo It to say the rather farlutuhed lor the Standard to abuse OF one of the nations shining died Ills home In New on the afternoon of the He will In the years to come be classed on the history with our Web and His histo ry will belho liUtory of the nation for the pasl twenty lie was truly a great and inifiHWi and every lover of his country a tear over Till CMIOHIA Vfn notice that the llrm Kqwlund has been dropped In the Kmporia and that of Jacob Stotler appears In Its stead as editor and We congratulate Stotler on his assumption of the hon ors and dignities attached to the sole pro prietorship o fhls inost excellent which Is to none in the In make editorial ability or typographical POLITICAL Blairs the nominee for State Senator lit Franklin lie is n leua lug merchant of Topping has been nominated bj the Kopublieans of Miami comity for State Topping Is the prcscn Senator from that and is honest capable and editor of the Bur llngton Patriot has been nominated toi Senator in the District composed of Jolloj He will make an excellent mem bcr of the upper the Liberal candi date about acres of land in yet ho docs not hesitate to revile the Republicans as and bloated settlers of the Neutral Lands in Crawford and Cherokee counties will volt the Liberal although they arc gen erally This disaffection comes out of their troubles in regard to the title to their following are the Bourbon electors for Kansas Pcckham of Douglas county It Brook of Ncnmlm Williams Lnbette comity Lawrence of Davis comity Curry of Linn Phillips and the Republican candidates for Members of have been making a stumping tour of the State during the past few and arc doing effective They all pronounce the prospect good for to majority in Kan of Linn has been nominated by n ramp convention as the liepublican candidate for Judge of the Judicial District composed of the counties of Bourbon and There will bo at least one Republican candi date against and he will probably bo Judge Bossett is a candidate for re election to the judgeship of the district composed of Franklin and An At the recent primary election In Judge Bussett received 741 and Mason bnt Ma son Is an independent candidate for the josllion and resides in Franklin The vote of his own county does not seem to present any very alluring Indication of his Is agreed on all hands that the pros pects for the reelection of Hon Pomeroy to the United Status Senate are growing brighter as each week He lins been gaining many Mends by his considerate deportment hi the pres ent He has been doing good service for Grant and and thereby earned the respect and good will of all un prejudiced Southwestern Kansas will send strong delegation for Wherever thu settlers are strong there Pomeroy Is ITEMS ABOUT One of our exchanges condenses a few Interesting Items about as general answers to as follows Kansas Is preeminently a healthy because there are no stagnant swamps or and in a very few years after our fertile prairies are brought under malarious diseases will almost entirely Is even now the case In upland prairie districts not Immediately contiguous to streams of Water nnd Kansas today Is one of the most healthful states Pulmonary diseases are almost unknown and never originate persons with such complaints are scattered all along the on their way to the being in a to acclimate themselves before ascending into very thin air at Billlous diseases prevail to someextent wet Most of the streams havu gravelly or rock bottom and nflbrd pure water to drink at most besides which the whole country Is underlaid with nflbrdlng abundance of pure Water power is abundant on most of the The lllll In many of them nlliml magnificent mill sites every few Many parties will donate good mill sites to any party who will improve Streams and springs Improve and In crease In number us the country settles np and the prairie is unlike a tim bered where they usually de Coal abounds In large quantities In al most cvcrv county in Central and Western Kangjis the veins vary in thickness from a few inches to eight The soil Is a rich from one to ten feet resting on a clay and is well adapted to all the crops suita ble to tills Prairie grass grows from one to ten feet varying with the season and When properly cured it is but little inferior to tame The reports from the dlflereiit states for the last ten years show an average amount of rain fall greater In this State than in anv The school Interests of Kansas are well eared every 10th nnd Sfltli section of the public land except a few Indian reser vations are nwrved for and cannot he sold lor less than Si per which may be paid In or In ten equal annual payments in advance with ten per cent per There are no Indians except the ivm iiauts of nlew tribes in he State of Many people ill thu East think we have wild tribes near forget ting that they are Ihc mine tribes that were removed a few years from the States east of the These are being rapidly Kansas has as fine building stone as any State in the in every part of the nnd varying from marble und tin solt iiiagnesinn to the hard blue There Is very lino sand stout in some Tlii nmgne tiun limestone becomes hard by exposure and quite making marble finish to buildings very Kansas has established her reputation as a fruit rowing having surpassed every other Stata In the Union at the tail if Philadelphia and each succeed ing year will but better prepare us to the gold medals and highest jrcmiums at all future poniolngical cxhl on fruits suited to this AN OUTSIDERS VIEW OF Tlie editor of tho Eniporln Ledger lias beenoutoii the frontier hunting mil on his return It was natural he should visit In it is impossible o give llutclilnson tlie go by when ono s In the what lie nays We had to lay over at ITntehlnson from bur the until three oclock made a thorough ex minatlon of this miichtalkwloi and cordially endorse the encomiums d upon contains i00 or 800 in lahitanfK who seem to be industrious and There are no liquor ml of course no roughs nor The edited hy Is Tirof the best papers in The Kugle Uouse at Hiitehinson is kept ii good style by a clever wo nivu forgotten his hut will al ways send our friends there for a good fjiiarc From Uiitclilnson lioine the nly tiling of notice was tho iiovements of the elegant passenger The is the est finished and easiest going road in the Wi havo only the lerest outline of our It will pay ny person who has never been on the bui ii such de do rounds to spend a week I glitml and invigorating Colurctl Vutfl at the The following Is the colored population and vote of several Northern States Illinois DEATH Of AN Hovey once a proinl Mitt editor in uwl good dlMtft luj f 911 of mt month MrLawman was Utterly connected with he Leaveuworth Liwronou Ho was it IWd drinker during md whUky oo aoubt killed U1SATII OF IANKV Tluwifuot Juines the uelubrn ted known to the world as Funny died in Now Vork City on the The literary word will fuel hw loss Of all the writers of the past twenty wo believe we havu Fanny Fern tho The mem Mussuelnmtla I NiW Jtisty t Nuw Our ories of Kllth will cling to and to hundreds of until Chicago Chicago post olllco employs one guiieral business and first just publlii statemont Increuse er previous the luwtug been greater Kocioly uf Tlieflrst nioeilng of the Sooiety f Fclonds in the commenced ycs rday ut Oelcfjates are eon antly and tho city will havu a of although than ever Vcsterdai over nn hundred ol the Boclcly passed through Cansiis City on iholr way to rom and many more are ex euted Tlie Frionda liav largmmd icoossful every year in the nil are now determined to pinvue a llki1 otirso In the as their numbers have of i to very much They will have of knowing that thulr first leotiug was a grand success In point of and we are with the able ilnistcrs who arc It will not fall In Ltmtnworth Uwni doliUmlth Mnld t From this nichnumA 1 Uoport has It that Malcolm of Garrard will legal proceedings In tlio New Vork courts for possession of the celebrated trotting mare Goldsmith GUI claims that she is Ills mare which was supposed to have been burned at the Nleholasvlllo fire sonic seven years It Is now sal that the mare was and the liver stable In which site was placed flred In or derto cover the The it will IK occurred at night during tli week of the fair when a large number o flue horses were In Nlcliolasville for cxh Theiiccount given of the flruntth time represented several thousand dollars worth of valuable stock as having been di and mentioned particularly GUI line The nccouiU also stated hm much to wai nnd how his trainer klused the shoes of lit supposed lost lavorlle It is now said that Gills trainer happei od at one of tlie great trotting races be twren Goldsmith Maid anil and a once recognized thu Maid as the man which wuc thought to have been destroy ed at the Nieholasvlllc Upon close examination he tlioroilijlily con vlnccrl that she was the Identical Ho thereupon communicated with Gill told him that Goldsmith Muid wjus his nnd that he ought to take stops Io her After some hesltatlcn Gil determined to look Into tlie that purpose went to New York nnd saw Goldsmith Maid we re her his own and tic termincd lo take steps for her 1 Is also suld that in audition to her imrkui resemblance to the animal supposed tohnvi been In action she is tlie exact age tha Gills marc should and has the sunn It is a remarkable Ifproiccut ed to tho will doubtless prove n vary tedious mill The extreme Uasstitt in ol der to prove Longfellow was beaten at Saratoga on stilted that olc lolm Harper directed that his horse shotiU make the miming at tho In other do Ids best from end to given up thu They could not slime the logic of thu fact that he ran thu SPUOIK head and head with several seconds faster than he ran the to sup their foolish theory fo they wise Jropucd They that the real direction to the jockey of Lnngfcl was to trail Bussett till the lost three quarters of a ami then pass him am Lake tlie misrortum in thu twisting of his plate lust at that point shows wliy did not pass while his game struggle to but a short length shows what might havu been thu result had no In this it is out of place to suy that Longfellows footprints over the track were and It was found that lie had ran 47 feet more thai York Spirit of the Henry Ward Ueecher closes a character article in the New York Ledger on let terwriting with tho following advice Uo not begin a letter wllh nn apologv or an Time Is Let ters are multitudinous Men do not like to open and clean a letter like a fish be fore they can eat State your business In the first when you have stated your you can go If you with explanations and which the receiver can read or as he if one Dear desire to hoi row a thousand dollars with out any interest or and nddsnlglit or reasons the receiver docs not to further Hum the llrst Never llms Hear will bo surprised to receive a letter from an en tire liless your dear one Is iiowadavs supprised at anything else 1 Surprised I I am surprised when 1 do not get a peek a FniiLrntuf tin In Lost Sunday afternoon thu unieral of the oldest person in Kansas took plaeu at the colored school house In this Green Tho nelson hi ques tion was a colored by the name of She was between 103 ami 10f years of Her son who lives In town and who Is lihnsulf 7ii vciirs tuivs that she was upwards of though lie cannot tell tlie exact month in which oc curred her bin Shu was n pi msold having been a member of the Baptist church for half a She re allied her faculties in a very unusual mim icr to the Sho was a woman ol great lursonal which mm plainly In licated by tier strongly marked Jhu funeral was attended by tho colored icople of the town as well as by a number if our leading City Un A Hie clilof of u wns In Washington tlin other mil Inivinif some inklliifr limy flin old lilnjr ffthij to work In tlm grout SUilcs liifcl he voluntiHiruil ipocullur honor to our nivsent nml futiint As thu inun thiit wiis Irst In nnd no liv In EENO COUNTY 1 North Main If 1IOUK Attorneys at Exchange Bought and DEPOSITS Vipe AMt FIRST NATIONAL Authorize Paid in Oapltol and j Dons a General Banking I IvI 3P O 3FV rr 33 AMt WHOLESALE DEAD Kviry lit Joshua Cowgills MEAT So 20 Norlh Mntu Kvcrybotty nl3m1 RENO SlKl lAhitlMilUm rivrnioMI builnm ton ill with ilnf s m Tuylor Atty Counselor at prnftlAin Itinn fliUolnlnir cwin ntlunii to Ihf tolliitlnn of QfHoiiiii tiuniif 4mith of the NKWS Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER BOOT AND SHOB One uf Illlllnrd iptlitiiiK luutly All work HlllHVI Dawes PAINTKIIS AND ALL kluiln ut plain ami oriiumiiititl paintiia done with miilmris iintl to Korimrly of Kujton IS IMttllAltKH TO DU AND Fnehiontiblo Dross and Oloak A S will Mnoliini rinkliiBiim Pin Work In nil Its Mm plain aiilu out anil uiuilu in upiio FIRST 3 IiA C K 8 M IT H AND Wagon kinds of Iron and done at short County nr ATTORNEY AT rvnsions nntl Uniinty Tor 1ntiiilfl nnd the SOLDI plln l I l Oillci on Mitin OUSTON Counselor at Olllce In the NBWH Printing ATTY AT A T T 011 N K Y AT Attorney at pmellco In nil Iho of the Oth Ulnlrlct luul iilUnU to ill all of Itf Nlicrutfiii RENO SOU AUKNT FIHE IltrinK nnd olirapir ihnii nlilnxl lint lit litik Imnix An iil lIljtuiiK ridliil hy twca CONTRACTOR Itti ik ninilMll Dlnl for Iliu il liiliU VM nnil ilwifllitiK rim IW IO CJiiiillly fully MAOK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Next door to IMWfirdrtu Liunljtr Vim forth Main Hutch in Carpenter hu t l him his The pule K of wnlk itouivit niri4l rta iDiutlili Ouiiriicid uiul IlliUlU Oil till KWk UltVVttlg OROW Plasterers Stone II AIjL work Hltfiiiltfl ID ATTORNEY AT LAW ml Sfotnry FlMl ilcmreiuilhof Illi Lnnil MAIN plnii to nil kind of bull IIIM hi HIMcs Ijmil Heal Kwtate Insurance and Oolleoting A Surgeon Reno In of Vfo k7 iiinl Olllcu Uvii iluon wulk hi NKWH Muln to Sliiiilor i M7HUNT Jtfl i f 7 Physician SolIll Ittlll Mill nil uulU tnu U lalLHl NOTARY Jliuak lluuliliuuui MuliB llf JUSTICE of the PEACE The English papers announce that a let ter has been received from Livingstone by tho Governor of dated at Un which lie de lulls his geojtrapUleal tuid by saving he Is all right ami by stanlnys and will be oil as soon as llfly men come from the U gccins to us that those who have hitherto refused to credit Stanleys re portof his dumovcry ought to he of ilicre dont sucia to be any room for During u recent discussion In it stated that III1 mot lines of nhorthorns went those in which one an imal wus thu sire of the ire and of the dam making the half brother has a way of deelarlntr lihn tiiliiliadinirlnfr of his fulliiw man by his Medicine liear lin nrovcil on this IIHIOIII by a more Intimate and atlectlonute war no weBtri hiit no iovort ami BlnisUr al lusion to the place where Hornce Urueleyi sedlp lock ought to Ncukho k Wulnut The proposition to vote bonds to tlm above road carried in Osajrc county hy a food U now the Intention to put thU road nndir contract from Ottawa to Kmporla at if lie franchises are to construct it on down the VVuhuit arts now uccnrcd for tliin road from City via llttawa and Kmporia to I hi IJKNO line of Lyon llntlcr and fowlev only li cmiiplctc tlie intlre line from Ivimtis City to tinArkansas In Cowlcy hlufk llaMnii Tliiilnxiirliinl nnd the vast area of iinoccuplid binds in together with the mild and open an fuelII lies lor which are not einwl City Meal Main iif Olmstead CONTRACTORS and lukin mil Co lions All bin nl to Ilia CUILwill liu lUUmltil to wllh Inirutl III of the HUTCH TAhKS romiH M o C ART HV it wild OmuinruUU IJurins tho yearn 1870 and accord ing to the reti rns of tho cogimerelal aacn the uiiinber of fldlureij In the ntprewnUiU the of Our Ibreign coiiiiiicrcii for the past year amounts to Nineteen veins before It was onlv and ten years Inter but Tiiu year it wiU bt very much larger Umn thu Junction I llr and The Kansas Pacltlu are pro grcwhiif rapWIy with their brunch road ThoAxrlcnlttiral Collcjie are bewe aquaim in the sturuoi inulw tuwiUnl b JiOui to Kort Jrou Ing They have been wltli Morris wlilch wclglin ivaeutar UB for dome inllea of road rouohed drawn ifoHi Uw IwrkeMor 6 t woinito be too much S thoy had a to eave perhaps the mid to come ue Cullegu are hi in thu vulleys uml and the uw of In many la almost cnUrelv UUpeiueu w f r r iiiiiiii ul m s vmt Will i Tor new fur nil All Work Fife urea on nny jul uflirln mid Utivrtil itrmi Ill oUtSTKAU lio for tlie Hed Hunt I HASTIE FEED and TTOltaES U nHvM f mid i HIII Die truck wlU bo put down A Muall amount will be returned to mar wiuanh for be money and one It to Clay Centre by tho of kct lu soon a uew prlco fixed upon W I lunu j Ills iBttn rns doniitltii JAMES Mo Boot Shoe l Nortb 8ALI S 03 LJ North KWe Emt nr onil In Ah South St itri
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