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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 9, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                ?xmmm>: I HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS: SUNDAY M0BNIN8, NOVEMBER 9. 1890. *HE DAILY NEW!" IS. ,**�1WAI" 1*APKH Olr CiTV AWD OOtrMI", �>   !'**   tfHTCHlNSOI-:  ,NT.Y�i Piesldmt and, Managim! j�..uw pi"KSEMB OaV SCUSORIPTIOKi l-ft�H�w* tadeUTOied by c�mw In. um.-hin-t-" M�, Sooth Hutchinson ni all enbntt.s at a �u vi '3 vraak. ot 70 contfl ft month. The vev� miy b.* *'f-"*�i8�oo �y postal cud or bjtelopSons (Mo.�) ami AllWll MuorwloMly una tcfrolnrtjr. Vlewe report tflSSVf lrr�anila,Ttty of service oreliaoKO of ndilrer.A to ISrT        o�" tmmadlauiy and H will b� rwtl- H|L DittT-�t UII. raHka tow.  TRtl>ia|( �tM made Known on apsllcatlon. WW mailing lh� H�r�ra by mall state lssna - M>iM, dally or wMkly, kMur name, city, coun-_u) slat*. If sobaeribar chin pen place or rcel--,o� tjtn former adores* u well � preeent, ana t tutu ot papal taken, dally or weakly. fff;>�S"w� � 'he only paper In the Arkansas iff   n' 01       "l"0* ot Kansas, Mlseonrl, Col-"" �tt. Texas and New Mexico thai owns both the IWtageadeyenlnR Associated Press franchise. IP C. E. SIDLINO-EK^ "lie    Druersist! Prescriptions **-..�V Si. Sain Hi., a Specialty. IslJAs the returns oome in tho People's |;C*ndidateB seem to go out. The Republican pie this year Beomed ^(^0 be made in the.form of a turn over. Nebraska can't expect to make very threat strides until she can bo w.-in.;.' |.from the bottle. As the returns come in the Republican Jycrumb of comfort is beginning to riso to t'tbe size of a whole loaf. flfha calamity party is howling, lot Idbakel  Walt Just a couple of yearn fewe will give you a grand final shako mil  a thcro is to get it >.hroni;h r MetbodiRt clur:L* meeting. While nouo o.' the Alliauco candidates for tho legislature made any open declaration in the matter it has isineo been leu,ici that four-fifths c! thorn are bitterly opposed to resuiuiiitslor.. and also that thoy ovo n A up for n bartf-r or tale to :1".-. D'-mO'.THtjy, If th,; Democrat:! wan: to-.-olo tte'r ticket *!:ey zfm no in.-isbtft'.:.9a *at'. �U>.t v,tV' Iv '!(-.  t turo at its next session. While there have been but few complaints of unfairness under the present law, that is probably due more to the honesty nnd-iutegrlty of tin people, than to the ollicscy of the law. We do not apprehend that the Australian system wlli materially nl'er results, hut at the same time it is just as well to take every reasonable precaution and throw around the ballot box every safeguard, We want the beBt laws and best systemB. We want every voter to vote once, vote his uoneBt sentiments and then have ids vote counted just as he cast it, WHAT ti1kv SAY. When KanBau' new congressmen get to Washington look out for big immigration to thiB Btate. Men who have vainly tried for years to get ofllce in other atateB will come docking out.-Kmporia Hcpub-limn. * *  * Jerry Simpson was not born undor tho American nig. He first saw the light in New Brunswick in 1842. He ran away from homo to be a Bailor when he was 14 years old, and narrowly escaped ship wreck while on the high seas. This induced him to leave the briny deep, and he has never had very much uro ?or water Biuce.--- Kansas City * * * Ad aslra pr,- aspera; that is most of the "2,000 have gone adastra,-rltr.tei7�ur,-utl. * * * Thn k'ansnK Uity Academy of Kcietu'e was troated yesterday to an excellent paper on the "Evolution iu- Leaves." From a congressional standpoint this paper ought to excite a mournful interest in KanBas.-Kantas City Star. Plumb and.FuuBtcn Ovi, ,;n*:y two of the -'old crowd" that are left in Washington. The oth'-ra are l�ft altopethev -Wichita .Tout-Mil. Thoro i,i a ri:mt,r (ircuiatiug that a farmer drove into town ye&terday with a load of turnipr, and inpjsted cn having thomstoredin the basement the state b.ouiip. He said his party was ii power now and ho didu't see why therts nhould be any objection I;: hh> proposltloi;. The story souTidi; Just like i. .-tm>i&t{>a 'U - UK i HES'5. can.iidr.to ror fitt.zv.n- � 1 pK   Muitnock and Siaisb were uc eiLi-i l-HStloally supporting Ooi. Hai.t.o.,:.:,!.;", ti |!l*nesdar that they spont tho day O^btcg. j tit "Hal" could have secured too servicer! ] pDf a Tow more such valuable friends ".here I jjjB no tolling what he might ha.: [iplisheU.    __________ 'Now that the election id ov.a .r,l ! Bit down thinking there is nothing -o u> es-tions.-Haven Independent. A Kansas City crank for th" �'>a oi fAeomething better to do has agreed to u,t ninety quail in thirty days ur pay over a -..'forfeit of $1,000.  We know ol a number -il;of hungry printer, who would undertake lithe same feat If somebody would prnvMa fctbe qunllB.-Ottawa Republican .So r.iuc'.; Another set Ol'a;.    .at | Le i-j " mi ^'ov- noiiit t';.o >i:r,vii v,"Kn' 'ri't     :\- lii-: !.;i^ru{?y j;on-isii jf btinfe r, r.-.mgnt he te.".-.About the most ludicrous spbctauh- j-i�t f now in Kansas is Maiibu Mdhpi.l'k bob ''.bing around tryi ig with amirhF and S;�mlles to catch nn vl, (hi- Al-liianco. .Mabsu is one ot these "'. told tyou. so" fe.lows who has no trouble ctm-l. vluolng himself that outside 'if the A'-'italgatjr he I* about the greater*, -.r.r.u iu t this coantry. ' n who will enforce ti;^ laws of � *ho '.o:"'.ei-, !irc a;;Rurod o:- if t> >k'w �'!itbor:ty, '.: -.ei'.r -vj, jttrc:. t'lUL- Mr,  v : s !,i-.>seh. 'I'irin,; tne .-esoi.*. -..auiiuci; '.-u- /-!ca �jjciiuie pr,!Vi-.loLt ana was generally bb-liovcd. by ".opu'c'.!c:.cs thr.'. Mr. Vvkb woul1'. icval hia Bupport toward rendering void tn-'' prohibitory :awf. 'iVtire !b i'� � sitivfily no'hing In fhii1, u.iC. thn .i\i-,ivi; cav. ;.voniioe the t'Miiper.ince iaw ab;-l-ing poo;:,e o" K.aniiaa ti'is morning that prohibitloi.' wiil prohibit not only as much, uui a xood deal uiuio uiiut-i IvK5 ! thai.- r.nd-.-r H> '' t,acn a thing can bo d:in-, .now if M ti';n in (load hold his ear days. Most the rcHiiluniesicniats vj-duy are to beratten they see n< :<\  ' fancy,  would   cuoo-o   rfi.jtii-.v_ I glance through "Thou Sualf Ifot' or " Krotitzer Sonata" fo: amusement. {".rn SBtoiia's Shadow," because � friend     Perhaps few w-.-.ild porusc agaiu -!.c ' McKin.si r�d:f*d '� � i3or^cra'i.; a..a � ,     ui   ,       w     ^    , Qt ,     story of'J-.ck." - j jo'lty of 2,000 last vear to 200 this year.      �    a:        \,. ,, " ,.    ,       ,   ..  -   � ,,,,-,...,. He thinks that a pretty gnoJ. endorce- j r'. grimai,<-.e i hi'.dience reniaine, ;   "The bo-An 'oa'iy ttav- tt i.y.<\\ ,v.: you suy. The Only One Price Gash Dry Goods louse in the Gity. __!|l. 9      5* . If you want Fine Black Dress Goods do not fail to see Ho. Biue Black Henrietta at B5c do, m\ Ex. Super"   at SI 9 V oral on the opposition ticket, tender from 'it. Vjuie.-Hor.'on light. Or that have to work Times. '.�otics ,�y tiiect of !.,  c:e tbj "f'eopla's -Pn, ;v e-vvr-R'ad- Jon i j Cov.nty I Kit j':s-o". news .omiads us of the' icng: i "C was a cassowary on the plains r.'\ Tlmbuctoo, who gobbled up a missionary, skit., boneB and �:yln-,. v',.eri;J too." - '.-on- \ tseo Ticro.''. -.cmistakaWy i Kanaas p�nplo are noted for their iL^liVi ricj, And about three-fourth of the peoplu in tliu ttsin able to see that the railroad* arc trytr-. :o ^eonnt In JJuhi'Urbv bo tbp.t thoy r m \-.o\A a '.xio ^pou-er over tho r.e\vly eibcted Mjrltih".!!' �.- |5Vlcblta Jleacon. v;:.To any ono who knowsOcyertio." Mi", TUHBY such a statement is !;dic l:n ,. :!Tho railroads can't ooUro! or. > . tde  ,,'. .-thi > trial. JMo doubt ccrtitm railroad o;'-ici?.!.. did expect to control liiin wheu i:;r,, elected the first time, but thoy w.v ' ::oo thoroughly disillusioned after ii'-: ir. m-., ration. -iseos ffcinkt prouibt-a Kansas," just lot him  res�buiission Hepubllcana they cu' v^ry i little figure in tho recent election. In .this city the voto was only eighty-one, iB J: shown   by the   difference   between V the vote   for   Uumpukky   and   the .'t Vote for   HiUxiwELL,   The   Wichita te-^TotfMtof, the leader of the resubmission r^Republlcan club, says: "The rosubmls-*islonists did not cut much of n figure in fphe late campaign, except in Sedgwick 0tWMiLeavenworth romtics.   This is ox-: sfcplalned by the fact that Wichita acd '''Ijeavenworth both "had it iu"forHuM-rHRKV.  Butthe resubmiBsiosistshad no thorough organization, aud no head nor tail in the state outside of a few incxpe. jlenoad men ia control and several good speakers who were sent out too lute Iu -;the campaign to do much good." K&8SU Republicanism has met Its Wulmlno %Fbo people at the polls hsye said In lAUKr.HKu me ^mist&kable that thoy do not want any more ot it. J^Thla Kansas ItepubUcanism, against which tu? ^ipepple have given their verdict, is unlike Hepuu-ij^llcantsui in any other state of this Uoioi. it ia a l^^comblnatlon of national Republicanism, l'lohlbi-'tion and hyporrlcy, The principal plank In the platform of this unholy alliance Is to (jet the of-^-fiees,   This combination, led by Uumi'hiik-,, WJUUMCY Km.l.r, 3. K. IIddhok, UloK U'ii.kiii lut-d KaUMt Basi.by, has no respect whatever tor lite, tho mass of the voters.  It has no faith In the we- ability of the people of Kansas to Kovsrn thorn salves and reKOlsto their own domestic sflslr* 11 !'- will not even coneont that the people shall record their verdict en the prohibitory amendment,  it arrogated te itself the right to decide what the - people need.-Wichita Deacon, j    All such talk is the veriest rot indeed L Prohibition got no black eyeat the recent (election. Every man elected to flllaBtate ! oillcelB fully in harmony with the law, - defeating the Beacon crowd two to one, The legislature is four to' one against '^submission, although the, Jieaam and >peka Vtmocrtu; ba4e oeen making a ^B^nDBisR on tiwi.MHNtim-. all Peintu. i\ have, .'i1.!- no. i- '-iitoic^e '.u i.eavenwovti'  nv- *u other '.'- Ono tV;' C'L.. -.t:.-".iiu : .i:d lie" ..iteinee l.-C'.'.'O' .'tin! thu Is.ews i'.-preL�tti^ iince-foiirUi!, of 'Je :','.ae> -vh> e ;i tibhii toi a m-oMt all ulong tln> hne. Mf tree whisky outfit capturi'-t) KamiiiB they If thin will '.ioe.ii. losin t'noir buniier. AU, Tovmi: ok. rcbibifSon it. .;ot "dead" but Ceirtoctaoy ir,. There will le no "iftcubmissi'ii' but then.- will b� a ge.'.erai tibaklt.g up of drj bcneii. Ttaslop �'  -1 '!\,rl     � .-eel-icti., lie lata election pro. that a largo majority of th� vo'ere of Kansas are outside of the Republican organisation. Ives, tho one �: andidaU '.',:nuing f;.r a etato ofMye. who received the entire np. position vote, is eiet'ed attorney general, to succeed Granny Kciiogg, by at onor-mous mivjcrity,;ringing any where .'rom 00,000 to 00,000. ThiBabaolutely set'.ies the question that j a fusion state ticket, -rnmposed of the various elements of the opposition, would havo swept Kansas, electing tho entire Btato ticket. What is the duty of the, hour ? IVUat is to prevent the Democracy of Kansas ane' the People's party from blending harmoniously together in thia state? Outside of the cities and towns of Kansas tho recent election discloses the. fact that 'rom CO to 75 per cent, of the, o'd time Democrctio vote ir alreadyjib^e.'.bee 'n the People's party. oo:aoy l'hty deal witu vice, bi.f the> a.bo I prcvo that Vice is, oy no nieanas Virtue'' lu truth, Vice iuxe.riateb throughout 2u0 pages uf iTiOot u' Ihuiu, i ice uejeweieu and clad iu velvet and Batiu, Vice oajoy-iug ail that is forbidden t,' Virtue-de-t scribed as cieverlv' as me of Dickens' | savory stews, that uinkes you hungry I while you read. ijpun the o,70th page, to be nure, \ i::e dies a horriMe and highly improbable death j bet nearly everyone forgets the ending of a novo!. Mr. Howe'.in has g�5,;, ��d it io generally conceded, that tha women of our country are the leisure class-the. readers-as our men, is the hurry of businest, have little time for literature. This, tben, makes i-.H most responsible The j-Uiu is simple, but not a'tract've tc humanity. However, Tolst.. i c mnot be ivecu.-pi of ;oi'-i'mg in the literary skirt-dance. 'lis revelations make no modest pretenses of concealment. ,n the meantime, let tho skirt dauc- .;o o,^.   Its season will be brief. It t% already caricatured across ti.e v-ay, and prGoently the trstwhile apeii-buunu audience, somewhat crest-fallen and ashamed, will depart, with an. uneasy titter, to engage >n   our third sliipu\e�fc (>f all the Ciau Tartauii and Fancy Scotch Plaid Flannels, including the Campbell of Bredalbane, Campbell of Argyle, 1'orbes, Mac leod, Urquhart, Sutherland, eto.. etc.   ,'rust the thing for childrccV {?avment2, P MARTIN & CO . u.;i)0| The only Ont: Price Cash House in th< Mail Orders Keeeive Prompt Attention. UaSIN,!�,rfeRSc1'       |, Qiamonds, Watches      p Tho Ballot Reform, Ir pert* from all the stateb that have adopted tho Australian ballot, or a modi-licutiou of the eamo, indicate the successful opeiatlou of the law. 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