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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

4 IT M O V THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THCJRSDA V, ; SEPTEMBEK 30, 1897. JfO. 4. vol. a 'J &3appy-! thought, - . . -...-.... l.',l,.r,r,.,l PlldtnurflllllS of those handsome mtetiu'ew sepia chaee . r " : r&nd you don t have 'to purhcase , a tn apt the ciioture'tstlher. It's free,-fcbsolutely free with airy $5.00 purchase. Can Buy Now Cheaper Than lEver. iQeavy Oil Red Darna&c, not a bet ler one in Kansas for 3s ; it'a guar anteed fast color, a '.good wearer. Our Spccwl Safle;price, Yd. , Our Faromte Sl.OO'-Corset is Kabo 'No. 205. is a model fiorra, six hooks no brass eyekJtSj 'a grat eful and eom- fortable garment. 'vMwtc, drab or black :i8 to 30 ax - i$1.00 pr. 15 pieces IFanoy'Silk and Wool Brocadioea, .-all 'dk colors, a nice line at - . - 1 5C Yd. Stevens, 16in6h Crash, all pure linen, QC Yd. Fine Nettinghau; Lace Curtains, 3Ji yds. long, -50 ".inches wide, foatton hole edging, $ J .75 pr, ' Extr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

A SUNDAY LYNCHING. TWO HUNDRED WOMEN LOOK ON AND CHEER. a Negro Strung From Tree la tbe Court House Yard at Uawesvllle, KJr.t la Broad Daylight, for Assaulting Yosng airl Ola Third Offense. Hawksviixe, Ky., Sept 27. In the broad open glare of a Sunday sun, in the midst of a protracted revival, not a mask to be seen, nnd in the presence of 800 Infuriated people, Raymond Bush rod, a negro, Sunday evening t 5 o'clock was made to pay the pen alty of his assault on 14-year-old Mag gie Roberts. Ho was swung from a limb In the courthouse yard. Bush rod was -from Rockport, Ind. Several months ago he was taken in and treated kindly by Willis Clark, a farmer in the upper part of the county, only to betray Clark and steal his watch. For this he was released two weeks ago from tho county jail, after having served a sentence of 130 days. He was in town Saturday and drink ing. In the afternoon he sot out afoot, coiner west on tho Texas railroad. Three miles below town, near Petri station, he mot ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

A girl christened Margaret can suc ceed In getting all the members of the Ymily but her brother to call her Mar Ijarite, and he will insist upon calling herMapgrie. 1 Alderman Backer of Brooklyn is a philanthropist also a real estate deal er. He has offered to the first family hh is blessed with twins in his dis- ttt . liAtiRA '.tAnfc fro A. aft nntr na thnv i "i 1 a -"-j i . , if t u ft.. i.,n. that registers triplets he offers to give a house and lot Triplets are regarded now as an unqualified blessln? in the f alderman's district. 1 ItH MVAral iineiitAAcafitl vtmntB ( feat of cutting a ring out of a single diamond has been accomplished by the ' patience and skill of Mr. Antoine, one of the best known lapidaries of Aut werp. The ring is about three-quarters of an inch In diameter. Hrt. Window. Soothing Syrnp For ehtldran trcthinr.tof teni the ffumfl.reducM DtflAra .Uon, eJl.jt pa La, curec wind 00U0. 16 cwu . bottle, A girl never tries to extinguish the spark so long as a man has ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

Ifoutcbtason (3a3Ctte. Entered t the poetofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, u seoond class matter. E.8.NETTLET0N CO. Proprietor. ISR-U Of (JUBSOHIPTION, 1.00 pihYia C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Druggist inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson socialism of the worst sort. It has a'l its evil features of a tyrany, in which the individual suffers all the oppres sion and enjuys none of its benelits. It is to be hoped that something will be done that will alleviate and Anally cure the evils. Looking toward a re generation nothing la suggested better than arbitration that is compulsory to both, with a settlement upon the basis of what is fair rather than upon a test I of might, and endurance, a part or which the public has to bear. nothlnst and gives the company no lpt- terstand'Dg than it had before. Judjie Foster sat with Willhiras in the bench, but did not open h's mouth. In view of the fact that Foeter baH just de cided the Live Stock ExchaDge case in line with law aud the rights o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

Tilt. J. W. MAGUIKB, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear,' Nose anJ Throat. nuamn. HHmi tifli'slly Adjusted. OHlce In Hi onlo Temple, Hutchinson, Kauiai. LOCAL ASD PEftAO.IAIi. J. C. 0. Morse and J. L. Wise are now tbo joint receivers of tbe Hutohln son Water Light and Tower Co. Joe Fontron and Howard Lewis ouple of our voting attorneys left Sat urday night for Washington to Huisrj a course in a law school. We wish them well. It pays to trade with the Star Cloth iers because they sell Clothing, Hats, and Mens' Furnishings cheaper than any house in Kansas. They are the leaders of low prices which means they will not be undersold. The St. John Investment Co., in the three weeks of its existence in this city has made loans aggregating about $35- 000, on cattle paper. Tie St. John people advertise in the Gazette Just as other people should who want busi ness. Work on tbe New Joy Morton salt plant has commenced in good earnest. The wells are being driven, and the dirt for the foundation ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

THE GAZETTE, HUTCHINSON, KANSAI KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. I A hypnotist can find no subjects in Lawrence. I The new block system has gone into operation on the Santa Fe route. , Emporia college will not have a foot ball team this year. The barbers se cured an injunction. Many editorial-writers erroneously use the word "tragedy" in speaking of deaths by accident , iTwo colored boys at Ss. John have been found guilty of violating the game law, and 818. I It is not safe to undertake the rigors of Kansas politics unless you are fully provisioned for ten years. The Ninnescah river is so low that the larger class of catfish have to get out and walk over sand stretches. The hay crop throughout the state is good this season and is yielding as well in proportion as the various other crops. , All over the blessed land of Knnsas the plowshares are turning up the brunette soil for the largest acreage of wheat ever sown. The W boxes in the printers' cases in Kansas are empted every day in the se...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

PARMER TO PLUTOCRAT: I A COLOSSAL SCHEME. CONGRESS CORRUPTED TO BUILD RAILROADS FOR CORPORATIONS. The Union Paclfle Foreclosure Ot.ll-, Up Bom of the HUtory of Railroad Bond ing During the Pen Thlrty.F.re Yean Some Astounding Figures. The time is drawing near for the sale of the Pacific railroads under the Cleve land Olney Huntington agreement to. the re-organization corporation by which the government will lose millions of dollars. The records show vicious and corrupt legislation in connection with these roads since their beginning. The attorneys for the railroads are pressing the foreclosure proceedings in order that the final decree may be sc oured before the next congress con venes. ' The corporation managers have no fear about the lower branch of con gress but the senate as now constitut ed, might prove an insurmountabe bar rier in their pathway, Senator Thurs ton and his filibustering scheme to the contrary notwithstanding. The suc cessful completion of the present scheme of f...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 September 1897

-.fit The Garland Stoves and Ranges. The World's Best; also the original . . ROUND OAK HEATING STOVES. Burns soft or hard coal. Con sumes so small an amount of coal that the coal dealers re fuse to recommend them, be cause it is not a money maker for them. Sold by FRANK COLLODAY, Hutchinson, Kansas. an i r-, -w Direct from Mill to Wearer. r?-- ' LJ Which Saves you 4 Biz Profits. f Tit Cammiff Hut. Tkt Whtlualtf. TiJbbradStortKttptr- j L ROSENBURGER & CO. 202-2o4B.i02iidst., NEW YORK CITY 1 ? $1400 I3 Fw $6.00 $2.98 lira Pant. 4jmJ n Cmi BmIb Offer t COYS' ADONIS SUITS, Turn Hull n .. to-be made from Imported Wool Cber u(, la Black, Blue. (Jrar and Brown, In .laee from 1 tot years ot matt. Mvle up double-oremotfld; With Sailor Collar Collar fancy embroidered lined with tt lao Albert Twill DaieeD J" Patent Walxt Banda. Trlmmloo; id W orkmananlii me very fee 10 t. Is feu, ' " mntw BAAf - Bailor Pnlt.r. aumlon .If It Ut elrt.rtTI.nd If l.re.ar taull. r JUST THINK OF IT ! A CUSTOM MA...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 October 1897

TT Tf THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1897. NO. 5. VOL. 8. Wo Hatter Where You Are, You are not to far away to hear about wonderful trade making, etc. Further than this We are Going to Give, Free of Charge A beautiful souvererto every customer purchasing $5.00 worth of goods at our place ot Duamess. $5.00 Will Buy a "Heap" of Goods Here. 38 iuch, all wool Hen rietta, an excellent quality and such as you would pay 45c for elawhere, we have this in all colors and black and make a close price of 35cYd, 36 in. double warp En glish Cashmer, a good wearer, any color desired 18c Yd. Ladies Swiss Embroi dered handkerchiefs reg ular 15c and 20c qualities while they last only 10c en. 2,200 yds. Sanitary Un derwear Flannel, soft fin ish, fleeced on both sides, assorted colors at 8Jc Yd. Fancy Coque Feather Boas, stylish 15c to $ 1 .98 ea. Our Gift, To you is Valuable, it costs us much, but we deem it only a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 October 1897

THE WORLD'S ARMIES. WHAT GENERAL MILES SAW IN EUROPE. Bnula Making Great Progress Ger many' Soldier the Heir Drilled and Showiest Good Word for Fraoee' Troop Cnele Sam' Soldier. London, Oct 4. General Nelson A, Miles. Mrs. Miles anil aids de camp, Captain Maus, sailed for the United States on the American lir. steamer St Louis to-day, having been in Eu rope since May on a tour of military observation. The general has in spected everything of military interest from the armies of the great powers in field action down to "balloons and bicycles," as he remarked. He has looked over fortifications, Darracits, camps and ordnance works of all classes. In an interview before he sailed, General Miles said: "When I left Washington the war between Turkey and Greece had assumed such propor tions that it looked as though the neighboring provinces would be drawn into it, and possibly one or two of the great powers of Europe. No one real ized at that time that Greece had as sumed hostilities when s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 October 1897

f Jt keeps a woman In a good humor if her husband asks her forgiveness oc casionally, een though he may have dona nothing' wrongs A Kansas girl who can sing is handi capped in her desires to he a heroine bv the fact that her father litis no mortgage on his honse to be raised by her efforta , - People at twenty state a half dozen impositions that they would never stand; at forty, they find themselves patiently bearing twice the number and thankful they are not more. There is lie going around about an old-fashioned child that was not noisy. An Ohio man with 830,000 in money was caught stealing chickens late one night recently, and he is a white man, to The Jews have become 60 numerous in Ireland that they are arranging to build a synagogue in Cork. Women may supersede men in many pursuits, but the field in which a brin- die cow grazes is barred to the female in red. ' . A boy was sent to the postoffice with a letter the other day with instructions to have it weighed and if more stamps...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 October 1897

Ifoutcbtnson feette. Entered at tbe postofflee In Hutchinson, Kansas, aa second class matter. E.8. NETTLETON CO. Proprlttort. 1 ISMS Of JUBSCBIFTIOM, 11.00 van YtA C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Judge Ninth Judicial District, FRANK HETTINGER, of Reno County. COUNTY TICKET. Sheriff, L. B. M'CLURG, of Grove Township. County Clerk, P. L. CAMPBELL, of Salt Creek Township. Register of Deeds, SAM. S. GRAYBILL, of Hutchinson, Treasurer, J. C. STRATTON, of Hutchinson, Coroner, DR. IVES, of Langdon. Commissioner Second District, JOHN A. MYERS, of South Reno Township. With a line of republican postmas ter generals favoring postal savings banks, and ex President Harrison talk ing for municipal ownership of public utilities it is greatly to be feared tbe grand old party is becoming corrupted bv the populist iufection of "paternal ism." Perhaps those who are wondering why the price of silver bad depreciated so much might have their curiosity...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 October 1897

TK.J. W. MAGUIKB. SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye,, Ear, Nose anJ , Throat. Gl8e Scientifically Adjusted. Office In Ma loalo Temple, HuUililnnon, Kansas. LOCAL ANI PERSONAL. Tbe registration for the bond election in this city is 1890 Tbe 8anta Fe makes Bpecial rates to the reunion. See tbeir ad. Artber Betts, of Webster. South Da iota, a cousin of ye editor happened In unexpectedly the last of last week and has been paving a pleasant visit. All the populist township tickets "were Bled on or before last Saturday in time to get on the ballot. In Med ford township the populists have done their work so well that tbe republicans did not put out a ticket. A short time ago the editor of the Wellington Mail wrote up the reform atory matters in a style that might ' lead one to think he bad been one of Slpridan Ploughe's Sunday school scholars. Of course the News copied it. The young man Maginty, who had his hand nearly ground up and torn off in a windmill while working on the Eayle fruit ranc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 October 1897

THE GAZETTE. I. B. WKTTLSTON Ctt . U. KtTTLXTbll, lUlIOB, HUTCHINSON KANSAS EAKSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Ellin wood is in danger of Laving bew brass band. Abilene will have a foot-ball club fully armed and equipped. Five weddings occurred in McPher- on in one evening last week. Emporia has a stray girl baby, aged about two years. Where she came from is a mystery. Two boys named Gorel and Alexan- der were badly burned at Emporia while throwing powder on a bond fire. Life will be worth living in Kansas for the next three months if you are out of debt and your digestion is good. Eansas is all right in the falL Topeka society people will not be admitted to the dances given by the patients at the insane asylum. The wards of the state must be protected. Better times are manifested in many concealed ways. For instance, times re so good that no one has taken the trouble to predict an unusually cold winter for Eansas this year. Twenty years ago Mrs. Julia Mar shall of lioloit filed a claim agai...

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

fHAVWAVfi OF PROSPERITY COMES I'ROM THE LANDS OF FAUINg NOT FROM WASHINGTON We are thankful to 'FrorWence rather than to any man for the raoasure of prosperity with which our state has been blessed, and we attribute the rise in wheat to foreign scarcity rather than suppose it to be the result of dear sugar or an increased tariff on straw. From the Nebraska Populist Platform. WHERE, UNDER HEAVEN. 'DID REPUBLICANS GET THEIR "MAIN ISSUES" FROM. ;luuei Never Heard of Daring tbe Cam paign are Dow Sprung a "Main li mes." The Principal one of Which U to Retire all the Silver. When the demand was made for the repeal of the Sherman law it was con ceded that we could safely carry what silver we then had. The danger.it was said, lay in its continued increase. Hence the purchase of silver and the issuance of Sherman notes must be stopped. The silver men claimed then that nothing but a total elimination of full legal tender silver would ever sat isfy the advocates of the gold standard. The proof...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 October 1897

HARMONY HAPPENISreS. The weather is hot aod dry. Mont McMurry has purchased a new buggy. Mrs. Randall and Miss Lmstott were the guests of H. D. Freeman Tuesday. Mrs Tucker ami Mm. B. McMurry started to Arkansas the 5 where they will visit relatives and fiiniids a couple of weeks. Sevcrulof the Harmon) it's attended the fair at Wichita last week, they came bark quite diseapointed in not (retting to .hear Bryan and losing their purses be sides. Mrs. Ottie Umstott has returned home front IllinnU where she hits been visiting for some time. Annette Leclerc, Lizzie Freenvw, Kninli Getter and Hnrry Leelen: wnre t! guests of Mr. George Oet'er wild wife Sunday Inst. Mr. It-iy organized a ringing class at ihe Harmony school house last. Thur3 day evening. X.Y. Z. Arrested for Itlgamy. Moberlv, Mo., Oct 6. A man who gives his name as l)r. E. F. Eiggs was arrested here to-day on the charge of bigamy. He came from Slater, Mo., wife No. 3, who lived at Armstrong, Mo. James Blnnkenship, in attempti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

Tf TT wmu 4i 0W i AX Av ' XUK OFFICIAL OKOAH OJ THE PEOPLE'S PABTT AMD FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. yoK a ' . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OOTOBEK 14, 1897. SO. (i. rhen You About the Pictures? Waa asked a eouple of out of town ladies yesterdas. "Yes, wj rend the Gazette and got all tli particulars, we think they are beautiful, we Wp saved Kkets enough 7J O for two. Gazettk readers will do well to read all of We Always Give the Most to Our Custo mers. r.lillinery. Swell Tarns of cloth with velvet star in cen ter. Beauties. 50c Each. An assorted Lot of the new Oxford sailors ail colors, 50c Each. Another new addi tion to our large as sortment of the New Dakota walking hats just received, leather band and binding, as sorted colors 98c to SI. 25 Coque feather Boas at 15c, 39c, $) .25 and $1 .98 each. Special Attraction All Next Week. Martin's will place on exibition in their large special sale room, second floor, $2,500 worth of Art Linens and Fancy Goods, fc ilk Ooverd Cushions,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

" Give Treely what you can where It will do the most good, no matter if it Isn't published all over tne land wneu you give a deserving person a little as sistance. The kind of assistance that is (riven in trouble i not always satisfactory: t is easier to prove friendship for a nan by laughing at his jokes. Learn to rely upon yourselves and itudy out the underlying principles of business transactions, and do not think four judgements superior to that of four elders. Ere heard a discussion lately as to who should keep the purse in the mar riage partnership. Now it would seem that In that kind of a firm there ought to be fair division. It may be that both are adding to the exchequer, but whether one or both, they should freely hare their united Income. Woman kind says that if statlsUcs were taken Ion the subject, only about one man in a thousand would be found just enough to air his wife a separate purse. "It she Is a proud woman, she will suffer cruel deprivation rather than put her s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

4 FAB5I (AND GAEDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. lorn TJp-to-bat Hints Abont CnltlT- tlon of the Boll and Yields Thereof Hortlcaltnre, Viticulture and Florl ejulture. Tain of Barnyard Manure, ULLETIN 174, Ohio Experimental Sta tion: In a newspa per bulletin of the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station . (No.172) giving the results of experi ments with fertiliz ers on the clay soil of one of its sub- statlons.a table was , liven which Indicated that barnyard manure had produced increase of crop lo the value of $2.50 per ton of man- se in the three grain crops of a five- . crop rotation, leaving the residual ef fect on the two grass crops yet to be as eertalned. By an unfortunate lapse of memory, however, the mistake was made of computing only half the avian- tlty of manure actually used, as It had been used on two crops in the three . rears, namely, corn and wheat, at the V rate of 8 tons on one plot and 4 tons on another on each crop, making a total application to the two ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

Tftutcb.naon (5a3ette. Entered t the poetofflee In Hutchinson, Kaniaa, as second claw matter. E.6. NETTLETON 4 CO. ProprMers. Cbhmb or iOBeompiion, ai.00 pbYia C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tlie IDrviggist FjCBcriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLESPARTY TICKET Judge Ninth Judicial District, FRANK HETTINGER, of Reno County. COUNTY TICKET. Sheriff, L. B. M'CLURG, of Grove Township. County Clerk, P. L. CAMPBELL, of Salt Creek Township. Register of Deeds, SAM.S. GRAYBILL, of Hutchinson. Treasurer,. J. C. STRATTON, of Hutchinson. Surveyor, E. Coroner, L. ALLEN, Of Hutchinson. DR. IVES, of Langdon. Commissioner Second District, JOHN A. MYERS, of South Reno Township. AN exchange says "we believe the real strength in the theory of the free coinage of silver comes from a belief thai legislation can make value." No body believes that but a great many do believe that legislation may have much to do with the distribution of it. TriE republic of Switzerland is just entering on the enterp...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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