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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

Dtt. 8PKC1A.LI9T, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Tliroat. r-i -tlfirally Adjuet-d. Office In M LOCAL A Si J PE&AOffAL. Tbe backs will close Saturday to celebrate tue Fourth. The populist j idi.ilal committee na coot been culled together yet but prob ably will be soon. . People are so busy in their fields tthat they forgot to come to town to tell the news. It's a hard time on the newspapers. We understaud that Mr. Bollman, .one of the ol lest settlers of the county who lived near Pretty Prairie, died Saturday night and was buried Sun day. A couple of youg men, named re spectively Jacob lleisin and Abraham Dick of Newton, were drowned at Cleassen's Mills on the Little Arkan sas Monday. Tliey were riding in a boat which upset. The Hutciiusou Ladies' Chorus met 1 ist week and disiiuased the proj ect of entering the contest in the Suit Lake Jubilee next month, but they finally decided tbe trip was too long .and the weather too hot and quit. Sheriff Patten took James si. Baggs of A...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

A TERRIBLE WRECK: SEVEN KILLED AND THIRTY INJURED ON WABASH. Fast Express Trala Goes Through Trestle and Into a Rating Torrent Near Uluoarl City. Ma five Fetal Clerk Killed Scene at the Wreok. Kansas Cttt, June 2:'. The terrible wreck on the Wabash Saturday even ing near Missouri City resulted in seven deaths. It is practically certain that this is all the loss of life, unless some of those Injured, but not fatally, as now believed, should die. The list of injured numbers about thirty, but only ten were badly hurt, ihe tol lowing are the dead: Edward Grindrod of St. Louis, bay gageman. O. M. Smith of St Louis, postal elerk. Frank W. Brink of St. Louis, postal clerk. W. S. Mills of St Louis, postal clerk. Gus Smith of St. Louis, postal clork. Saul Winters of St. Louis, postal clerk. Charles Greasley of St. Louis, brake man. Conductor Copeland was taken from the wreck unconscious. Soon after it was believed tho vital spark had fled nnd the body was tenderly laid out Luckily, when the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

Mild. 0 THE STARtSPANGLED BANNER. BY FRANCIS SCOTT KEY. 0 say, can you see, by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hail'd at the twi light's last gleaming Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the clouds of the light, O'er the ramparts wo watched were so gallantly streaming! And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there; 0 say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? On that shore dimly seen through the mists of the deep, Where the foe's haughty host In dread silence reposes, "What Is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep, As It fitfully blows, now conceals, now discloses? Now It catches the gleam of the morn ing's first beam, In full glory reflected now shines on the stream; "Tie the star-spangled banner; 0 long 11 nMira may it O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave! And where Is that band who so vaunt- lngly swore That the ha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

THE LITTLE FRENCH GIRL. he I Miniature Woman an J la Taught All Femluliie Art. However innocent she may be, a little French girl is much mat of a littl woman than a child of any other na tionality. She does not romp; sheii demure and qniet in her games, which are often imitations of a grown person's life. She is trying to liiiru how to bo the mistress of her house by means of her dolls, furniture, kitchen and dhshes. Feminine arts are still a part of every well arranged French education. Men really care more for those accomplish ments than for others, as they make stay at home wives who look after their households, aud as a Frenchwoman's principal aim is to please her future husband every mother prepares her daughter for this end. This is why sho does not permit tco close an intimacy with little boy cousins, because ten yenvs later a jealous husband would tuke a dislike to these friindly cousins, nor would he like his wife's bosom friends, in whom she confides and who never leave he...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JULY 8, 1897. NO. 44. Would like (were there some way possible) to tell our out of town patrons, of the numerous bargaius that crowd our counters every day, but as it is we can name only a few of the specials that will be on sale the fol lowing week. Friday is always Bargain Day, a day when the price-pruning kuife goes at the tickets of lugging goods; remnants are sacrificed and shrewd shoppers never miss Friday opportunities. Come Often, MARTIN'S are always prepared for you with a store full of values that n3ver fear competition : Men's Blue Denim Overalls, well made good goods, all sizes - 39c pr. Ladies, next week at Martin's you can buy the latest in shirt waists, beau ties, fit well, wear well, wash well, have been selling at $ 1 , $1.25 and $1.75, for - 75c each. Pretty Linen Suits for Ladies, will go next week at 52.50. about the price of the material, buy one ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

COAL MINEBS STBIKE. 375,000 MEN IN SIX STATES INVOLVED. Want to Share In the Revival of Pro peril j Strike Now When They Can Bent Get Along Without Their t'enal Wage 80.000 Steel Worker Oat. Columbus, Ohio, July -Telegrams received by President Ratchford of the United Mine Workers indicate that the order for a general strike of the miners has been complied with generally throughout the raining dis tricts of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Western Pennsylvania and in sections of West Virginia and Kentucky. It will take several days, however, to determine with any degree of accu rateness the number of men involved. President Katehford roughly esti mates the number at 200.000, but this is regarded as very lib eral. The official document says: "To the Mine Workers of the Conn try, Greeting Fellow Miners: At the last annual convention of the United Mine Workers of America, held in the city of Columbus, Ohio, January 15-10, 1897, it was determined that tho scale of prices should be advanced t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

1 tl Paonla whose Uvea re io buiy that they can't attend pray er-mee tin jr, will icarcelr accumulate enoujja grace to buy a ticket through to glory. There la nothing that gives a country boy more Joy than to drive in front of a drug store with bis gin ana oDlige the haughty city clerk to bring aoda water to them. A firm, rich piece of land on which stock hat been pastured and fed is far. better for potatoes thnn a dry, light loam or sandy soil Then tho seed must be good and the cultivation fault less. The overcheck rein as generally nsad makes a hideous contortion of a horse's naturally graceful neck. Keep young dncks away from the water until their feathers begin to shaw on the back. A young duck that gets its back wet is soon chilled to death, and a flock of ducklings will drown in a rain storm quicker than a flock of little chicks. There was a curious jumble of trades in tho Seine at Paris recently. A clerk trying to commit suicide jumped into the river from tho Point au Change,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

Tfoutcbtnson Gwtte. Kotered t the pottoffloo In Hutchinson, Kansas, as leoond olaas matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. IHMg OrdDBSCBIPTIOM, 1.00 fhTka UNIONS C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDmjiggis Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the people's party county central committee is hereby called to meet at the Gazette office on Saturday, the 17th day of July at o'clock p. id., for the purpose of call ins a county convention to nominate county ticket and the transaction of such other business as may properly be considered. Let every committeeman be on hand. 0. W. IIendke, Chairman. E. G. Nettlbton, Sec'y. Fhom the amount of money that is being subscribed atd work that is be ing done, Topeka's Fall Festival should surely be a concern of sufficient di mensions to well grace not only a city of the size of Topeka but aSta'e the size and rank of Kansas. The old republicans of the Slate are now pleading with their bolting free- ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

. W. MAG DIRK, SPEClAJCuT .n Diseases of Eye, Eft.'. Nose anJ Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Offlo ,n Mi . sonlo Temple, Hatcblneou, Kama. LOCAL AMD PE8AUAAL. About fifty picnicers of the Christian church spent tne Fourth in Nation's grove north of town with much fun. It is reported that a house on Wm Campbells place near Plevna was burned last week. Origin of fire un known. The court stenographers of the State meet in this citv today to attempt to prefect an organization. If tbey are all present there will be somewhere be' tween forty and fifty of tbem. Clara Brand, a young lady who -works for Judge Fontroa, while riding Ler bicyele on Saturday came into col lision with someone else and sustained a fall which broke her rlgnt arm. The Star Clothiers this week have been tearing out the stairway from where it was dividing their show window space and putting it in on the north side. It will improve the ap pearance of their big store. Alfred Ryde of this city won all three ot ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

THE GAZETTE, K. 0. NETTL2T0N A CO. B. . mnurron, imium. HDTCHINSON; KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS foF INTIJKKST. Leavenworth is prepni ing to have its usual apple carnival and h. o. t. The Salina Sun is not only hi favor of damning the draws but also souo of the political bosses. Kansas hasn't had a single tornado yet thia year, but we are fearfully long on hail storms and meteors. The meteor came so close to a Haven young man and his best girl that it scorched her eyebrows and his mus tache. It must be yery funny to see open saloons at Emporia. Emporia is the most prohibition town on earth. Even vehicles and dogs are nut allowed in their cemetery. This year in Kansas Realty has run away and catching Expectation around the lariat rope, it drugging Expecta tion to death. The wheat yields are exceeding all estimates. With the new cannon in use at Washington, if there should be inter necine war in Butler county, the peo ple of El Dorado could bombard Au gusta without leaving town. Lewis Schmucke...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

RETIRE GREENBACKS. THE SCHEME OF THE SYNDICATE PARTY. Ylaa to Iene 500,000,000 of Bond. He. Uro the Greenback and Let the Bab( Control the Monex f the Country. Is there any person connected with the McKinley administration who can tell a Buffering public why the repub lican plan of currency reform, whatever it may be, is to be postponed until 1ho regular session. Can anyone inform the people why the proposed reform is to be placed in the hands of a commission instead of being left to congress? Is it because the men who are to be appoint ed on the commission are supposed to know more about the money question than the republican members of con gress? If that Is the case, it is equally true that there are men outsido of congress who know more about the tariff ques tion than the republicans men who can split hairs on the subject by the hour and show no visible sign of weari ness. The republican leaders know very well why they want a commission to formulate a plan of currency reform. The...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 July 1897

. """' Karth'i Social TacmriM. Then has been a good deal of gossip In the English papers about the social Vagaries of the lato Colonel North, the "Nitrate King. " When he returned to England with his millions, he bought a great estate at Eltham and filled the house with articles of luxury ana all toe modern appliances that riches can pro cure. His stables were full of thorough bred horses, he hud well stocked dog kennels, and his game preserves afford ed grand sport for hundreds of persons wcry season. He used to go there ou Friduy and stay until Monday, keeping the place as crowded uud as busy as a summer hotel Every night ho dined at the head of au immense table in the company of men and women who were invited there by such luoso commands as ' 'Come ulong and bring your friends, ' ' or "Come down and Nbriug some nioe people, with you." People iu that part of Kent, or even well dressed strangers driving thut way from Loudon, were in the habit of drop ping iu to luneheou without an ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

4 tilt THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1 897. NO. 45. VOL. 7, r Facts from Reliable Sources and Bargain News T?.om MARTIN'S, no-very peaceably together; they harmo- ..:.! :u,. nnr 9ir. Somi Annual Cloarin2 Sale wiU be ft reervoir of facts and bargains; a combination a sale, that we rr.ay fully prepare foe the Btufl's that will soon come. Cotton Wash Goods. Plisse d'Alsace, a uovelty in cotton crepe, dark colors, was lOe ; yd. Clearing sale, 5c yd. 15c black lawns, clearing sale 1 Oc Scotch lawns, fast colors, 10 yds 40c 5c white goods, iroduced 2c yd 40in curtain Swiss, colored coin dots, sells at 15c yd. Clearance sale price, 1 Oc yd Best imported organdies, were 35o yd. Clearance sale, IQcyd. Nottingham lace curtains, 3yds long, 61 in wide. Clearaoee sale $ 125 pr. Scarfing scrim, pretty drawn borders tc ya 3Cin novelty dress goods in silk and wool, lu-en and wool, foBtier prices 25c and 35c 1. C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

THE GAZETTE, B. B. NETTLBTON a CO. I. a. HITTUTUJI, I4JITO HUTCHINSON; KANSAS KANSAS ITKM8 OF INTKRKSt. Hie ready-made clothing men and the morchant tailors aro bucking one another in Harper. I The Attica Exchange bank has 14,130.51 in individual deposits, with total resources of $10,774.77. i In return for early closing the clerks of the jrroeery stores of Wellington re cently entertained their employes. The Harper State bank has $13,048, 84 in individual deposits, $14,930.68 in time certificates and total resources of $86,335.38. A Newton merchant has organized a baseball club on the side and is now looking for some one to come np and be slaughtered. A Ilai'vey county ninn started in in Kansas by losing $5,000 in cattle. Now he won't look at so much as a very small Jersey calf. In advertisements there is really a crying need for a phrase synonymous and less monotonous than "Look over the following prices." The last note has been sounded in the Ely-Walker firo sale in Southern Kans...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

xUGISUTIYE ECONOMY. POPULISTS CUT EXPENSES ONE HALF LAST SESSION. Senator reffer In the Advocate Shone Cp tlio Ci ravasaneeor the Les-Ulature of 11193 Compareil With 1117. A Sav ing of Nearly 8300 Dar. While the last Legislature did not make an altogether satisfactory record in some respects, its record In other respects shows thut the members hud jomo regard for their constituents' In terests. It has already been shown that the daily expense of the session was $542, compared with 81,002 at the - uext previous session. Jt has been jhowo that its work was done with 80 Senate and 102 House employes, while in 1893 the Senate had 131 and the House 203. It has been shown that , the stationery supplies cost 81,178, while in 1895 the cost was 83,888. It has been shown that the engrossing cost 5720, and that the expense for the same purpose in 1893 was 81,737. Readers may wonder how these sav ings could be made in such large amounts. A comparison of the items of expense for the House will t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

Tfoutcbln0on Cfoette. Entered t the postofflce In Hutohlnson, Kansas, u seoond oImi matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. tiaus or dUBSoatPTioM, $1.00 phIu C. E. SIDLINGKR, TlielDriaggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the people's party county central committee is hereby called to meet at the Gazette office on Saturday, the 17th day of July at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of call ing a county convention to nominate a county ticket and the transaction of such other business as may properly be considered. Let every committeeman be on hand. 0. IV. Hbndee, Chairman E G. Nkttleton, Sec'y. vision went through both houses. It was figured this would shut out some foreign coal, notably from New Found land, and they could raise their price. But no thought was taken of the work ingman. His interests were suffi ciently cared for before election. Now hb can shift for himself. So be con cluded to shift for himself and s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

TJB. J. W. MAttUIKE, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjnsted. Offloe in Ma tonlo lemplu, Uotubliieon, Kausas. gJ "- - - hVAh AID FBAOHAIi. The district court was In session Tuesday approving the claims against the Bank of Hutchinson. Horace Foster and wife left Monday night for a months trip to Salt Lake City to visit his brother. J. H. H nsbaw, who clerks in the postolBce, was called to Sterling on ac count of the death of his father last week. It is reported that R. N. Cheatham has been appointed post master at Lei ado in this county vice M. Frazer removed. Last Friday is said to have been the hottest of the season in this or any other part of the country. The ther mometer reentered here about 103 or 104. JIUiCt XUUIIK Ui auui lilt) .uum i." Newton Tuesday to try to secure em ployment in the train service. He paid the Gazette a profitable call on the way. Clay township is to have a new bridge over Cow creek and Salt Creek is to have on...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

A PARDON FOR SELLS. KANSAS BOY MURDERER LIKELY TO CO FREE Board of Pardon Hat Recommended It The Board Issues Lengthy State' meat Defending Its Action (n Favor ing the Marderer. Topeka. Kan., July 10. The State Board of Pardons yesterday recom mended to Governor Lcedy u pardon for Willie Sells, (iovcrnor Lccdy will not act on tlio matter for several days. In a summary of the evidence the board says: "The average mind, In o condition of excitement, eant weigh testimony. It does not want to. Pub lic sentiment demanded a conviction and one resulted. We have followed up carefully the various reports con cerning 'alleged confessions' made by Willie and we are constrained to be lieve that a confession was never made. Evidence has been introduced before this board that; points to other parties than Willie Sell as the possiblo and probable perpetrators of the crime, but it is not the province or the duty of this board to try suspected parties. Grave doubts of his guilt have always existed i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

mi INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER VII. It. LORRAINE was now long past tho great cllmaterlc, and breaking fast; Indeed, ho Infirm hail hn hiwnme that ygjlts v he had more than once thought of. re tiring from the ministry altogeth er. Though his body . was frail, however, his intellect was as bright as ever, and when Marjorle entered the study he was busily engaged in read ing one of his favorite books. He looked up with his kindly smile as his foster-daughter appeared. "Ia it you, my bairn t" he said, as he came over and kissed her. "Wel come home again! Though you have been scarcely a week away, I have missed you sorely, and have been counting the days till your return." . For some months past, I should now explain, Marjorle had been accustomed to stay at a ladies' school in the neigh boring town from Monday till Friday of every week, returning each Friday afternoon, and remaining till the fol lowing Monday. This arrangement had been found necessary, as it was im possible for the girl to com...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 July 1897

The Soelal Position of Actor. The time was iu France when the a tor had no social position, and certainly no spiritual one. Special dipen8utioa was necessary when the Catholic chnrch allowed a mass to be said for the repose of an actor s soul. In The Chuntanqnan Professor Warren, describing the Mo liere period, writes: The sooial position of actors in Mo Here's time was a lnw one. Not from any prejudice against the stuge evi dently, since dramatists like Corneille and Scarrou were on the same footing at the Hotel do Ramboaillet and the other salons of Paris as poets and essay ists and were elected to tho French Aoademy as rnadily. Indeed, it would seem as though the composition of pluys was the shortest road to distinction iu the Paris of Moliero, as it is today. But with tho actors it was another question. Their wandering, unsettled modes of life had evidently told against them. They were not admitted to society whether their conduct was good or bud. They were not even considered i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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