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   Kackley Leader (Newspaper) - November 23, 1893, Kackley, Kansas                                Oood will aJl VOLUME L REPUBLIC NOVEMBER RUSK THE EXSECRETARY OFACRI CULTURE SUDDENtY Hb Physicians Had Pronounced Him On Road to Many YQAM a Prominent American Figure In Public Tor the secretuiy agriculture in President exmem ber of three times governor of this stalte on several spoken of prominently for the lican nomination for president or died very suddenly ut 8 oclock yesteroay had long1 been a complicationof ail ments resulting from an operation for relief from 4 wound received in the war and from a severe cold contracted AfcL QUIET IN SILVER I Nothing Startling Had Happened Up to SAN The steamship Honolulu arrived inside Gate at oclock Saturday with news from Honolulu up to last Saturday there been no change In the Hawr1ian political The United States had presented his credentials to Pres ident Dole of the provisional gpvern and had not indicated prior to The departure of the vessel any inten tion on the part of the United States government to insist the restor ation of Queen Officers of the Australia say that Secretary Greshams letter had not been received or heard of and so far as known by the public Hawaiian affairs in the United States wera still in statu LYNCHED IN SHORT A ISruto Strung Up ou the Principal Uaslncif Street of the principal street of this city yesterday afternoon a mob seized a man named who had brutally assaulted a Gyearold pirl Monday quickly put a rope about lits neck and lynched him in short A Lucky A EXSECBETAKIf JERKY at the last National Afmy en as Monday his physicians rerjorteA that he on the high road o cooiplete re General Jeremiah McLain though born in generally known and considered a favorite son of he was familiarly kripvm as U7dde To the public in general fte was best known as secretary of He made a worthy rec ord in tihis cabinet and his bluff hearty way popular with the Uncle Jerry WAS 83 years a old an was a native of The Baxralliui Minister Replies to Blooms the gave out the following statement last night I lam urged to make a statement for forth the claims the Hawaiian In April last a tobacco company of this city of fered in prizes to the persons guoRsing nearest to the attendance at the Columbian exclusive ot concessionaries and others admitted The total of such attendance is giwen by Pre si dent Higinbotham as Tha following persons the successful ones in securing the three highest prizes Ira John Stutt Barnes ut vie president of the National Bank of St died here this He had come here to be treated for Burnes was elected mayor of and removed to on the expiration of his term of office and had occupied the position of vice president of the lanlc ever In 1880 he ran for con gress agaiaryt John Anderson in the Second Kansas but was de Tho FIsJitto Agalnto Boon QincreM indica tions are that the freo colttajfe flffht will be renewed at the opening of the regular free coinage men hold that the repeal of the silver purchase law has not restored com mercial that the position of the silver men In urging free coin age at the late sessldn has been vindi cated that now Iho Democratic party In congress devote itself to redeeming the remaining pledges of thetlast Democratic national con vention on tte of silver and financial With this object in Chairman Bland of the committee on coiuagci weights and measures is preparing a which as the loader of th6 will introduce at opening of the The measure which Bland will introduce is substantially a reenact ment the law of Januarv It is the belief of the silver men that this command greater strength and afford leaS Opportunity for evas ion thttn any other measure which Could possibly be The act of 1837 was simple and It pro vided for silver dollars of grains and declared that the half quarter dimes and half dimes shall be legal tenders ac cording to their nominal value for any sums FAMILY RENFROW9 Shot Off HU Own tion the shooting and supposed rob ber of Saddler Campbell which occurred here early Thursday morn iug proved conclusively that he shot himself to obtain for the of his hand on an accident policy he The facts government and making reply to j discovered by tracing the gun which r Tl A a I m f t charges contained V A large part of the from JBlounts report consisted of personal upon me and those associated mo jn provisional government impugning our and and charging ria with fraud and I deem to make a personal reply to such charges confining to statements of of principal I am pre to before any impar tlai j i t The troops did not land till Mon January after the tion had been in full progress the afternoon of Jan wary during which the committee of safety was openly 6rgan ized for the avowed purpose of overthrowing the Second There was absolutely no attempt at concealment from the gov ernment of the objects and intentions of the Third The her cabinet and Weirfsupporters Were utterly demor suspicious of one another and devoid of The committee and their aripporters bad ample force to execute their knew precisely what they and pro ceeded with intelligent thorowglmesa and confidence to do Weddlne of the Vice Presidents Son to of i At 8 oclock last at the First Pres lan EouIs Green Steven only son and secretary of the Vice president of the United was wedded to Miss Helen Louise eldest daughter of William publisher of the Daily Panta a Republican which has always politically opposed One thousand persons the including Secretary of the Navy Herbert and Miss Governor and Alt exGovernors Oglesby and Official From DBS The total count of election returns now completed shows Republic received The house will stand Republican by 79 to and the senate Republican by 34 to Abraham Consln a cousin of Abraham Lin fell from a loaded wagon yester day evening and was crushed under tW he claimed to have taken from the Tobbers which it is now known that ho purchased of Moses of Great SmashUp on the Missouri the fast mail on the Missouri due here at collided with the Boonville branch engine yesterday resulting in the almost total destruction of the mail Frank flreinan on the branch is seriously if not fatally and Harry fireman on 7 also sustained severe brttlses on his arm and Conductor Whittaker was in charge of the fast Four Men fifaugled In a LITTLE south bound train on the Louis and San Francisco railway ran into an open switch at LongBell lumber near Van yesterday af The freight collided with a switch engine and stringof de molishing both engines and several Four men were caught in the wreck badly two of them meeting instant Murdered for His night a wellknown agri cultural implement was called to the door and shot in the head by an unknown man and mortally Mackey had his life in sured for and the report is in circulation that his murder was attempted in order to obtain the in A Worlds Oil Pall Mall Gazette this afternoon says that ne gotiations are backed by the Russian with a view of ending the competition between Russian and American petroleum and forming a great international trust McKlnleys Official fol jowingis the official result of the Ohio election McKinleys His majority over all candidates is of Jddce Heard of father of the Missouri representative of the Seventh lied yesterday at the home of his son in this Judge Heard was 85 yeara of age and one of the best known men in Convicts Burned to ricts at slope Pratt saturated the bath bouse with oil ihd set fire to it with a view to escap ing in the Three convicts were sleeping in the bath One was but Joseph and jtaftc Monday were tmrned to A Fine Showing Made by the Oklahoma an elab orate report submitted to thti secre tary of the interior Governor William Renfrew takes a decided stand in favor of allotment of the Indian lands and ultimate statehood under those His report makes a flue showing for the new In comprehensible it almost seems when one stops to consider tho ago of ihe territory and the difficulties which have attended its settlement Gov ernor Renfrew takes for his text these An approximate popula tion of more than over 000 of taxable six national and twenty four private twenty bushels of wheat to the and weaves a story which shows what pluck and perseverenco will accom plish in four short In his re port he stated that the growth of tho territory in the four years following the opening of the first lauds has been in many respects Oklahoma has no bonded indebted Several of the counties have pone into debt to a very considerable but with the increase of taxa ble all will be National Grange Tho National Grange elected officers as follows Brigham of Ohio Davis of Califor nia Alpha Messer of Ver mont Belcher of Rhode Island Wilson of Mississippi Mc Dowell of New Yoflff John Trimble of the District of Columbia Harbough of Mis souri Rhode of Kan sab Anna Bull of Minne sota lady assistant Amanda Hart of Michigan executive Hutchinson of Vir ginia and WoodTnan of Attempted to ISloiv Up a young two of them law the third a son of exPremier were arrested yesterday for attempt ing to blow up Nelsons monument on Jacques Cartier The French popuation has long objected to tine monument being1 placed in this they claiming that Nelson was an enemy of their and recent articles tended to create a bitvr Another Indian is prob able that another commission will be appointed to treat with the Missourias and Poncas for their The Osages are the wealthiest people in the having a per capita wealth of and do not seem to relinquish their present mode of Killed by a Cliarjfa of and Jasper two were playing with a gun heavily charged with Tte gun went off and the explosion of powder blew the top of head Killed In Foot Ball If 2 mond halfback of the Toledo high caught In a jam at a game in Saturf A score of players piled on top of him and his neck was He was brought to his home in this1 but died DUmUied the Oklahoma supreme court yesterday directed the dismissal of the petition of Smith and Bradley in the case of McDade and others the territory of The question was one of land owner Murder at a business man of this was shot and killed last ing by a railroad man named Alvin The eye witnesses say the shooting was a cold blooded HE WAY WAS the wind was The actor was in firm and Bis stubble idUHliided And hair Were a la Bnarleyow ttls dress was seedy and his form Jjiew not tha joy of gf eat Boat warffli The last of the legit5 was he Wtto thought and talked of their date was fled His sockandbuskm mates were dead And neglected and Limped as he and often sighed n musing on the palmy days When countless thousands brought blm When gold poured in and wine poured down And be was king In But How tto more the doors stood To welcome him no more beside The brightest wits at banquet board To sit and sing was his accord And wistfulnesa was in his eye as he passed he chancSd to spy ThroUgli openiiig door a genial crowd Of reveling rounders gay and Ah he methlnks Yon roistering blades are quaffing drinks Good time was when stood In such like by the He pushed the door afld ventured When greeting rose above the din See where it comes 1 Hello 1 news And old lets see your The ribald youngsters gathered round And in the wayworn actor found Subject for witticisms keen With roars of laughter loud between His tattered soleless shoes Alack such things dislike my muse And each sad detail of his dress Inspired them to I old at last one You want a Ill bet my Now heres a scheme If youll recite Well net em What fay All right The aged actor bowed bis head in a voice grown said Mayhap sprites touched mm with their wands used to know The And in tho silence that befell Phe woary pilgrim wove a upell That held the noisy crowd in thrall And at each slight Hush I said alL A gentle vagabond was With arts great cloak for Telling the Of vagabondage strung in A moments pause that awkward grew Followed its The barkeep blew His nose and said This ones on What is pord Beet The weary Thespian and then The others made him drink again And yet a parting they He must have with one And when at last he shivering went Into the nights chill banishment The revelers gay could not again Get back into the roistering Their thoughts were with the actor Who muttered as he braved the cold If I can work that gag On one more joint Ill have a KiitKE LA A Methodist oil Let Thanksgiving day be a thanks giving A good people seem disposed to make it a day for putting on sackcloth and We go to church to hear about national badness and national dangers to read from the Lamentations and sing in a minor That is not It is all right to be reminded of our nations gins and We should face these problems often and earnestly study nethods of But a Thanksgiv ing service is hardly the place to do It Let ua rather spend the hour In re counting Uods multiplied bessings to The Presidents proclamation is a model document and strikes a key upon which we may sing a hundred tongs of heartfelt For na tional peace and general health for golden harvests and overflowing gran aries for liberty in state and church for marvelous growth in material sub stance for sure advancement in social and moral reform for churchly vic tories upon a thousand hotly contested let us render thanks to We fear not because some dark clouds appear upon our national hori God The Lord of Hosts Is with the God of Jacob is our Enter into bis gates with thanksgiving and into his courts with Havens in Epworth Being the of the Great Veatt Coming again in the long procession Bf days 18 the welcome Thanksgiving day The Ihrkey the cranberry saiice a chicken Then there are the ad libitum f let that Latin aloneMsritio and conw pumpkin mince plum pudding ho brandjjr nuts and the a laboratoy1 It Is jnst before Thanksgiving day Now bedrooms are made ready for the boys who are coming home with their wives and children And the It at its best And the big1 Sitting plenty of chairfl in it and take aWay the Bum mer decorations that ootaber and con ceal the1 bigfireplace Take away the fire board Now polish the andirons and put in the back log and pile in the father logs and In the Ulfid ling and get ready for a Thanksgiving blaze What la Thanksgiving day without a fegttlM oldfashioned Of good welcome and gratitude to Let it blaze and leap heavenward While the sparks fly and the transfig ured logs shine and crackle if in sympathy With the household What a day of laughter and good will it Thanksgiving day What deep and qntet happiness beams in the white calm face of grand mother And grandfather allows the muscles that make laughter to eon1 sweet contraction that quaint old Sir Thomas Brown wrote about so long There are the big boys who are boys no except to th3 two Old and there the little Wtifl boys of the big What sport they have in the old what rambles and rollicldngs in garden aud collar What rummaging in attic and old trunkroom And noW that faces ttro Washed and hair a big circle forma around the blazingfire for a five or ton min utes oldtime family prayer before tho Thanksglvlup dinner hell rings The biff old book Tho voice of as they all and with cracked voices and in tune and God from whom nil blessings ligious NUMBER KANSAS An Arkansas City man n load for hedge ri y Another Atchison gone into the hands of Tea made of juniper weeds la said io for Texas fever in Independence has a man so wedded to his idols that he still wears a straw hat There is a man Ottawa who alalms he was so busy he forgot to Wichita and Carbohdale are winter quarters for two biggest shows on The city council of Independence it seriously thinking of putting In elec tric John author of the Mur ray prohibitory has removed to New Osawatomlo has a school enrollment of and the average attendance October was Twenty thousand bushels of corn will be fed this winter by one cattle feeder near A Hutohinson drummer sprained ankle trying1 Jearn tho Berlin polka the other night Tho TopckaEllcs havea piece of flag which waved from Port Bumtei HANKSGIVING Tie Thanksgiv ing To church with all the town I Let each givt for hai Contingent wbar goin wid youRastus jes agoln over to brudder Jones hen coop ter see wed der weve any cause fur Fall or ere is a manuscript I wish to Editor waving hji sorry we are full just Contributor Very I will call again vrlten eoine of you arc thanks The year showered Forget that graves are gaping Aud soon shall swallow all The thankless and the The mighty and the Thanksgiving Tie Thanksgiving Let merry oells declare The joy that dwells within The exile of Forget that graves are That darkness stands beside To cove i1 each man over And will not be Thanksgiving Tls Thanksgiving Let maid and matron Ning Let bass and Give thanks unto the Forget that graves are gaping And endleiR silence soon Shall Btill both choir and organ And drown the joyful Thanksgiving Til Thanksgiving oareT But mirth Today to you is And all the men on earth Forget that graves are That mirth with care shall be undistinguished Throughout Thanksgiving Tls Thanksgiving 1 Give give thanks I This life has many prizes And few of ns draw Forget that graves ore And they who win shall rwt Beside the luckless losers In one oblivion Thanksgiving Tls Fill full the flowing bowl I The past was careless Of what may my Forget that graves are gaping This life is very sweet Dum give eat BABBSTT Thinkingand Have we not abundant reason for gratitude It may be that things have not all gone with Just we have No We should be just the We can not tell what is the best for The things we desire are often the we least afford to A little child cries for or for the fire burning in the Not one of us but remembers the time when father or mother denied n tome longedfor And not one of who has grown wiser with the speeding but feels a glow of gratitude forthose acts of parental authority which then we thought crueL The heavenly father knows what is best though the year has been crowded with still let ns be We are in the bands of an infinitely loving whose every act is dictated by measureless wisdom and perfect Tihcent Rbytnlng With There was a young man up In Who wished large fortune to All chances htif shirk Of bonsst 0o bt and Bp when it was fired A convertod barber Is filling a North Topeka pulpit and is making a good reputation as an Tho epidemic of diphtheria being over In Topoka the dog catcher is the otily contagious thing In The wickedest man of last years class at tho state university Is now In a theological seminary in Thirty car loads of coal O day leave Stiranton for tho wide world to keep pooplo from shivering this Tuore aro bearing apple bearing poach trees and bouring pear trees In Chase A religiously Inclined young woman at Hulcer tried to got Moses from an old Manse at a Baldwin book Two Lawrence can do the skirt danco and kick 1or girl are preparing to go on tho stoige ui There is a demand for a German club that will danco cotillions and throw in an occasional Virginia reel at Now that tho Topoka dam is In a fair way to succeed Isnt It about time those lead mines were opened up In the Flint hllla Plalnvillo has a man who oats glass right at the buckwheat the in human The Kansas outfit that wprtced tha Lapland village fait think that tho show business payi bettor than farming or riatff of Cliyt formerly private secretary of Senator has succeeded llarry Jetraora of Topeka as secretary to Justice A Wichita boy droased in skirts and spent a month at the girls reform without detec He comes from a real estau family A charitable organization at cleared 800 on an election only way to pull a Topeka mans leg Is to get a clamp on nis Kansas City An Eastern syndicate has bought Spirit near CawUer will spend several thousand dollar preparing the water to be bottled for Eastern i A Logan county judge administered the oath of allegiance to the United States to a deaf and dumb German It took two interpreters to complete the In sinking the well about 248 feet near Cowley a vein of zinc was and as the drill went further down other Veins of mineral matter were The state normal is going into fool and to that end has provided u new cry Rip raw Eon unfold old It Is a pretty yelloq paper but no one can yell it In spite of the woman who in giving lessons In dancing aud deportment at Emporla they refuse to balance all and sides the same unless the prompter says all chaw Cheyenne county where drouth suf ferers are supposed to be thickest raised bushels of and enough troom corn to sweep a swath ten miles wide from Francis to Baxter The latest Santa Fe folder de signed by late In structor in art at Kansas State unl When the Banta Fe start out to be the prettiest thing on eartli money Is no Whoso Plndeth Wisdom Flndeth will be the inscription pver th i door of the new Hpooner library building at the Stale bul tho boys will stick to the song aboul finding a horse slice for all that Sallnns foot ball team beat Ablleno 14 to may be all right when it comes to nil but as kickers Abilene Is olearlj outclassed by tho salt crick The county High school bnllciing in Efflngham burned to the ground lately the loss was about i This was one of the handsomest High school buildings in the and Its loss will bo a serious one to Atchlsop What does Professor Snow with that tunnel 380 feet feel broad and 6 feet high that he to receive Is he going to rigup a cave for the university foot Ml   

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