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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 9, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                flaus- DAILY NEWS. rnottJb Mnm o? cm _kd oodhtk M IBB H0TCH1N8OS KEWB CO Pnetoent Haft afsnagtag Suite:. or sunsoni-noHi tnlm toMtfsml brearrlereln HnteKr m, Baalh HstchUsoa and ill enbvrbe at 90 cents * Tnalr, or TB cents a month. Tha neysr may be satand!-postal card or bj teleptume (No. 8) and WU1 b� wnd early ana resnlsrtr, PI wee report SXf bisfplafttg? efeerrlce or oaan� of address If in *aws office Uemedlatelj ana it trill 1� recti- milt-st stail. os� 0097, om rear................. One eoyr. atx koqUi...........,, flu easy, ou swath...........,. . >*>:.. Haw. OMeaw.oMraar.................,. -------ik ajomtoii. .......etoo .......  t 00 ........   n so Qaaaii^iiabc iao�lli�;-w.............i--   Ts AavarUatna: rates madaknowaea eypllosUra. a�Ma�ito�| (NO. 8). M oMeriBK 0�  T a-1 state I*T treated, dally or weekly, iWiib name, city, oosn-tjma eteta, H subscriber changes place ot real-CM sl�e former address aa well ae present, ant aaaa* teens ot paper talcan, dally or yscaly. TMNm la tte onlt paper In the Arkansas Valley, at �Ha state, of Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, TazM and Hew Mexico that owni boCitoe eumlrljt aad ereataR Assoclsled Press frenclilas. C. E. SIDLING-ER, Prescriptions a Special He. It *T. Mala St., nfitchlnaon. RepablWaa OqagfeaerooapTOiiTeBttoii, Desoa Rirr, lit/, Jane 4th, 1��0 A delegate eonveaUon ofrthe Republicans of the Bereatk eoaRteaalonal/IlMrlct of the (latent Kansas, le hereay called u">o held at Dod~ City, KanToa Wednesday, Jo* BOtti, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m., for theparpo*e A nominating a candidate for co&Kreee from ea jralatrlct. The basis ot representation to eald rfontrentloh will be one dele, cateat large ftontywh connty In eald district, and one delegate tfr every 800 votee, or fraction of 160 or more yfe*. cut {or lion. S. ft. Fetors InlflSo, under Anlch rnle delegate, are apportioned aafoUr frer Garfield..., ' Greeley... namlltoa Harper Harvey................ H Hodgeman......______r Haskell...............i Kingman....   .......I Kiowa.................s| .Kearney. OorJNnxa. Dili* '. ane................ 8 cPhereon............ H Meade................. 9 -orton................ 9 Nea�................... 4 �awned...............4 Pratt.................. E Reno..................12 Rioe;..................r Rash..................a 2|Scott.................. 2 Sedgwick............ ,U0 Seward................� Stafford...:............4 -"teTens...............Q Sumner...............10 -tanton............... 2 Wichita................ S Total...............106 lie secretaries of .he several counties are In-acted toforward to the u--derslgned secretary, *rden City, Han , a certified cotiy of theiro-nla of their several d^ievates Immediately ^ho adjoarnment of their connty conven- Lhereby recommended that the several f In aald dleirlct select th�lr delefrates on VWo, onlepe oth>ir\.lBe ordered by the n?tral cotnmltle?. Jam kb KELLY, Chairman. ob, Secretary. lllcan Rtato ConveDtloti. hventlcn of the Fepobllcne of iheld lu the city or Topefca on Ihl'u day ot Heptenil�r, 1890, at \Jt p. m., for the nomination cf be eaprema conrt. the prohlbitiontsU In tbelr convention at that city eaja: "It corcra the entire earth, reaches to heaven and a plank it thrived out to the throne oi God for the Banw�fmankind to atepout upon." A �t�tly Veto �Jo*. Kto^ow' tata -ot th* tntamoiii iMtt/y mi f�iee�-�>>!|hw'..fegta1�tu(a ,ipft LouiaiaM ���� maaiyana fconrtrtttir, and is le tanjiprtusate.t*ftt mbra'rflb* lawroaifM trf^that i^~mrj^i corruptible aa tfcfc,c*ir�ud� waspaaeedby atwo-^hbdfTOtaWtl.ttlf; cbancea are son ibat It/iiXl'^^vAi} over the governoi'e Tefdf The reasons given \MGov, Nichols for hia action are almplipnaBawerable. The lottery company resorted to a bribe to secure the pwpEge ot a bill granting tbe right to cpry on one of the woiat gambling dmicei ever inaugurated. Under thejmlte of contributing to certain pubwatate charities it has to ail intents aj|l purposes bought a majority of> the aajeinbly of the state. overnor Nicnoie aaya, there la no ise for the sale of the honor and ln-igrity of the state of Louisiana. She it rich enough to meet every legitimate expense of state government. Bhe le not a pauper, nnd in accepting the bribe of the lottery company, she becomes a partner in a crime, tabooed and prohibited in every other state in the Union. Tne chief danger is that pointed out by the governor when he says: "X say to this general assembly in all earnestness tha', should this measure be passed we Kill enter upon a period of strife such as never has been seen before in Louisiana, and should this contemplated corporation ever be formed the Btate will enter upon an era of corruption and degradation besides which the era of reconstruction will appear aa ono of honor and happiness. And let me say to yon that should this measure be adopted and carried out, in my opinion no good will ever come of the money which we will receive as the price of our honor and our liberty. Extravagance, profligacy and corruption will assuredly follow the receipt as night follows day." Governor Nichols foresees tha danger to the honor and integrity of the slate that lies in a compromise with crime for the sake of � few dollars. He is right that money thus obtained is almost certain to result in more harm than good. It is the price of honesty, the pike of good name and when these have once been sacrificed there is left no reptraint upon corruption, no bar to lasciviousneBS and vice. It is the duty of a state to establish for its people an example of honesty and incorruptible virtue, but when the state bows to the infljence of ill gotten gain, what is there left to be expected of the people? ____________ A Scientific Humbug-. Some of the senators who have been investigating a little on the side have made some remarkable discoveries in connection with tbe labors of Professor Powell's corps of topographical poker players. TheBe scientists were detailed to study maps and make drawings in reference to the artesian districts and ir rigable lands of tbe Uoited States. It now turns out that tbo only maps they have studied have been the "railroad guides" and the drawings have all been made when they saw enough in sight to stay with their "antes." In short Professor Powell's "iCientlstB" hive re. sorted to the most miserable fakes to deceive congress and secure additional appropriations to keep themselves in positions of ease and profit. Director Powell has the immaculate gall tnj|^ODgre6s tor 1720,000 to keep uj_____^11dk orgies of biB corrsol -bibbers, but the probabll fill be disappointed io je.    Ic the Brst place fill be cut to about at and tbe work tnd placed wilb HOD I* JULY 9, 1890. presented by Mr ground. The uld be to so ad-ber couotiies |eely with us �ike p) t in resent >n people and furnish n this country to jAnd it Is about the only way We will elver be able to overcome tbe large bounties paid by other countries to their carrying trade to enable them to be masters of the seat. The St, Louis Qlebt, Democrat remarks that there are mountain peaks in Idaho nearly 14,000 feet high for the Democrats to stand upon and see the Republicans carry the state. Between hotel bill and mosquito's bill there is a question whether it pays to esquire into what the wild waveB are thinking about. It is too often the way when a man can express golden thoughts he lacks the ability to pay freight on a slice of bread and butter. Prom the way the New York World Bpeaks ot Nellie Blt'b book it would seem that she haa got around the World again. Borneo! the cities find it very hot work to wear the padded census returns. inn rjrAxat ratua. It is the early babe that knocks the alarm clock silly.-Hush (Jo. Jfm>: How shall we treat the package?-The best way to kill it IB not to treat it at all. -McPherson Vim. Our thermometer has busted Its top off and is now doing the fountain act in good style.-McPherson Republican. As the time draws near to the day of election the state of Kansas becomeB even more solid for its favorite, benator logalls.-Nictterson Regitter. It anything could be hotter than this weather it must be the reception given tbe Biipreme court saloors by the various Kaneau towns.-Holton Recorder. Because a man has bowu an unuBually large crop of "mid oat " is no indication ihai he ought to belong to tbe Parmeis' Alliance.- Johnson City Journal The prohibitionists ot Kansas will meet in mass convention atTupeka on the 10 ti of this m^ntb. Every county should send a representative.-Wtttern  Vidttte The "force" of an original package store is composed ot the proprietor, bartender ana attorney, and tbe latter is the mciBt naceBsary adjunct of all.-Sterling Bulletin. A strange thing happened down in Harper county last week. A 14 year-old boy pointed a gun, which he was certain wasn't loaded and-it didn't goofll- Can ton Republican. We demand the "original psckages"of silver-not whisky or beer. Djllais, silver dollarp, legal tender dollars, are what Kansas wants and will have.-Garden City Sentinel. A Manhattan livery firm announces in the Republic that they have ordered a fine new hearse, and that their motto is '�live and let live,"  Well, well I-Haven Independent. Now ib the best season for planting cats. The more you plant the more peaceful will be the repose of the people aline chill of midnight. Lat every man plnLt a a cat.-Parsons Sun. Atrhiwn baj a young and pretty woman who Btui kes a pipe ana tbeyouog woman has a husband who aitB up at Light to cnQviuce tier of the enormity of her offence in so doing-Independence Repor ter. Half a dczsn of Wellington's school ma'ams are to tie married curing tbe tk___woman  who can bna any outdid people hong the sure ilowlng act,-Hor "ming man fly!" asks a iter. He may or he may not. da upon whether he is a bank !hfriendly relations wih Can ^coachmansolid with the "old " girl,-Springfield JBsjmftluan. 'he Hutchinson News, with its usual enterprise, haa secured the opinions o! twenty-six of the leading lawyers ot Kansas on the way to get rid of our orijr, in.l ptefcage saloons, and publishes a large number of them in last Sunday's taaue^-Santa Fe Monitor. Harvesting in this connty is pretty nearly over for this year-a few more da) a will finish it up. There will be a large amount of wheat put in next year, as it la the opinion of nearly every one that It Is the most sure crop.-Santa Fe UvMtet. ...... - Wll/lara Long marketed a load of new wheat here Tuesday that tested slaty pounds. In the field it was regarded aa r, but tested with the �bove result, would indicate tb*Jutbe run J rlty ot 1 county wheat wotw grade high - *�' Journal, ban would notrecogniei his own _ no map of the H ck Inland 'fbtnaou '� located out in Jlrhita in Uommanche, ""_anon io Pratt, Her-ph__pws� art* aoat-. the atate,-- DrphibiV" lit ui>�j mm >nn�e� U \* _*�>��'. 1)1** s>� lesllk thlrthas made I ts appearance is is an indication of the success of our people. It la within the recollection of the writer when the Bt, Jebnita who owned two common hiokory shires was by virtue thereof a prominent citizen, and the possessor ot a boiled shirt Was a bloated aristocrat and of vast influence in the community. Verily We boom.-St, JohniWiM, . The Ustchlnaon Kaw. might aa well devota its apace to some practical parpose andnot waata it on the grain r.te scheme. Tha Kansaa atate board of railroad oommlsalonera and tha rail* road have joined hands arjund the throats of the people, and It la melees at.preeent to kick.- Atchison Champion.' it seems there is a shadow of troth in the above and yet agitation works salva* tion in its way. When! the people grow so tired that they will change the manner of selecting the board ot railroad commissioners; and when they put the whole railroad situation down on a basis where it will be only a legitimate effort to earn a legitimate profit on the first cost of the road;, then we will be getting down to business.-Clay Center Timet. The Hutchinson News of last Sunday paid our fellow townsman, the Hon. Hilton Brown, one of the highest complements that could be paid any lawyer. It selected thirty ot ,j6i'ie io Njveujbsr with a ringing pli form against this package business th� the resubmission^* doing!'  i bey are getting ready to go oyer to the Democracy Vs tbey have in Maine, if the Republicans fall to give them resubmission resolution, which they wih not get. Tbey ba\4-called a state convention at Wichita September 0, same date as the Democratic coaventian with the hope of making some klml of acorn blnatlon lloket. F..r every one of tbeie fellows who go for tbe salons, we will get a temperance Democrat." "All >.be original ptckair* houses are not operated from Missouri?" "Not all; tbe bre�er^, dlatlllers and wholesale liquor dealers ot Kansas Civ, Bt. Louis and Omaha ar- b.ok of ev.j one of them. You remember that a certain class of your citiz-ns invaded Kansas a quarter of a century ago and nlbmpted to cam human slavery down the throats of tbe pioneers wbo wer� then blazing tbe pathway nf progress info wba- Is now the gratified state in tbe Union. You alan remember the result �f____ foundation Jn a�htoti   berty �.i   he ^ ^ ratora ,   ud       # comer stone, one repelled and ron'wl 1 pur whole system, making yon stror-g and wait tbe slave advt>r�t�e and abc will d rive bnlf J� cants a boa, sod tbey may care yt.� life, tiacJt andftefeat theganuof wblrtlvad�o- � a*a-yc�o^i�jUtlb�lUfenulna cates your brewers and distillers are sendingaornss  �tori 1 wdragglst tar the genuine UELEBRA TED LIVER PILLS FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ps. jsrlaeltent tut Cocwj---i atada _ at Lotus.^ ^IVOBYPOIJSHWFaf Will sell Sateens at t�10l further notice: Y\ I Og Sateens reduci 15c Sateens reduced 25c Sateens reduced 35c Sateens Imp'dri Our stock is cot All Summer W; Ladies' Muslin and Sumrl Embroideries, Etj RAFF B i Are sole agents for Bijj Thompsons Gloves Fitting, & Angela's Cuaj.ae'exl^ Hutchinsfei HAVING purchase; tEajittter^fli; business, I wish tt" 'ifcftfc'my mal favors. I hopetor0ttvij.thtji.r iakuw iDg to reduce my    /, ^ - \ , I will give Wm^jMRL Lounges, Fancy Rock�r�f J*-8*-Secretaries, Etc., Etcy vSi ing your purchases. No. 4 South Main. This law provides a penslo 'ate �ar, and was honorably din If permanently disablvd lb sue, performing manual labor, he is to be l------ any manner that prevents blm from earning his own ing between to and (12 per month.   /A This pension Is granted without '* \jnce to' curred, ir it is not the result of bit own) Provides also $8 per month for th�\    . 90 days without regard to the time or toiota;  ^_ pendent on her labor for support Alsdjfiano � B,jS of age; and the child's pension is to * eaco"^ helplfBi-, al'bough �.be motheriemarrl*a|Ot*0 ' , P/tivjdeB aUo that any soldtet's parel t than bis or her own maims.' 'ab. r, if tr|* jet*.- _ �iisesee he received while in the Bervice, 1� f^L gjltboua:^ been heret-jfore rejected and dependedA�""ino: the W*. so.dler. ItSUlinis Appli ing for or accepting pension una] ant fiom prosecuting a t-laim undtr the old mences from the time application Is (Ted. An application must be prepared itmleri the claimant teli cling any attorney wthimt'e]-., (jams,-.t 1,0V drawing less than t6 p�r month he mi>y_,n_etth1a'�!*r Tbe attorney'e fee ia limited to ten dollsl"" � ft. t>*
                            

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