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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 November 1897

( TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLP8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1897. NO. 9. vol. a TT TT Mr - s Utt ? 6 rtS - sJJ A GOOD It generallj begins with the farmer and spreads through the land; pos sibly it does not reach one and all at the same time, but don't forget your share is awaking you, a big portion is here. Generous Price Reductions, Immense Stocks at Tiny Profits, share the lot ot our matrons. Wool Novelties. 34 inch Wool Novelties in a good line of colors, all new and fresh They are popular 25C yd Ingrain Carpets. New invoice of Carpets received; we buy carpets in '-jobs" only and consequently we sell them at greatly reduced prices, Our Special next week, 1 yard wide ingrain- carpet, 3 ply, 80c quality, at 65C yd. French Serge. 44 inch all wool French Serge, the best fabi iu ever offered at the price, comes in red, green, brown, Davy, slate, olive green and black, 50c yd. Ladies' Heavy Hose. Ladies' heavy fleeced liose,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 November 1897

THE NEW CUBAN GEN ERAL IN COMMAND. HE OUTLINES HIS POLICY. H Meroy to lis Shows to Insurgent Mho ttern'e to Yield to Spain Not Word Hi to Autonomy I'llllon All Fartle to Unit to Help Soppren the Wr. Havana, Nov. 3. When Marshal Illanco arrived at the palace ho was met by the civil and military authori ties and by commissioners represent ing the various political parties, and then proceeded to the hall of confer ences, where, in accordance with the ritual and ceremonies customary on such occasions, he took the oath of fidelity to Spain. The marshal then issued the follow ing proclamation to the inhabitants of Cuba: "I am again among you with good will and a sincere desire to serve the creneral welfare and to estab lish a lusting peace. I shall follow a broad policy in my endeavor to restore fraternity among all of Cuba's inhabitants.- I am sincere in my in tentions to Inaugurate a new govern ment policy, tlio object of which will bo to secure ..ml j reserve peace. I hope you will all...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 November 1897

1 VifARM AND GAKDEN. MATTER3 OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. '.. torn Cp-to-Date IllnU About fcnlllvit tlon of tlia Boll Bnd Yleliln Th.reof Horticulture, Vllloultura anil tiovl tultara Wlatar rroteotlun of the reo!i. UMEROUS experi ments In protecting the pec:i ."against winter killing have been carried ca at ythe Missouri Expe- fSMhfl , rlment Statin dur PIIP Ing the past , two tetiJafi vears. The results of these trials are reported by Prof. J. C. Whltten In bul letin thirty-eight of that station. The bulletin is illustrated with cuts showing different methods enlploy ed, and . is for free distribution among the peach growers of the Mis sissippi valley. In this latitude, winter killing of the fruit buds ot the peach is usually due to the unfavorable effects of freezing, after they have been stim ulated into growth by warm weather V during winter or early spring. It Is seldom that the temperature drops suf ficiently low to injure dormant peach buds. Peach fruit buds may safely en d...

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

Tbutcbineon (5a3ctte. Entered t the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olu matter. B..EnUT0M CO. Proprietor. 1hmi or iUlSOBIPT10!, 1.00 M" Taa C. . SIDLINGER, TiieIDriggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street HutchlnBon ; ' t:. J a-, r f- i:- ' 'nfr WECROW We Crow for John My ers, Who is Elected. AVE CEO For Mark Hanna, Who Was Defeated. WE CROW For the Cause Which Is Everywhere Winning. So far as returns are in, republican losses am apparent uclms it is in Kan sas where generally returns are very meagre. Everything indicates the overthrow of Mark Hanna, in Ohio. It his over throw proves complete, after McKinley lias left the dignity of the presidents chair to campaign for him, it alone is sufficient cause fur a boudtire and a jubilee. Hanna Is the joss of there publicans of the Nation . He is or has been the most patent factor in the poli tics of this country. His defeat means not only a rebuke to the capitalism of which he Is a most typical representa tive, but i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 November 1897

TK. J. W, MAWUIBB. : "SPECIALIST, '.n Diseases' of Eye, Ear, Nose aoJ Throat. OUsios 8clentlll.-ally Adjusted. Offloe Id Mi .ulliO Temple, UUUIunirvu, H..U.O.. WML A SB PBUAtfllAL. ITIaa Mlnnlw Rmifnrd hag ueen ap -vulliifnH hv th snvHrnor as a notary -public May she meet with success in iber new work Art Greenlee, the bicycle dealer, nulled a wheel one mint- a snort t me acto and now Art is waiting tot the wheel "that never returned." Luit Sunday morning Rev. Alfred Jkown of the Episcopal church of this city preached his farewell sermon to bis o inffregatfon and leaves for his new iiorae In Montana soon. Prof. Harry Watson, who has been -with the McMabon Bros, show band for several mnnths.playioR solo clario net. returned home Thursday The Second Regiment band are glad to see tlra Mr L 8. Kf nfc, who has been travel iog through the eastern part of this State and Missouri for the past two or three months, returned home Friday And Is now prepared to do all kinds of sale work, guarant...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 November 1897

THE GAZETTE. I. It. NKTOirroN oo a. . ttnutran, (oriel HUTCHINSON, KANSAS " KAKSA8 ITEMS Of INTEREST. Independence is to have a vitrified brick plant. Ottawa is making initial efforts to secure a packing house. The Santa Fe has put in a hath room for Its employes at Newton. Neodesha will issue J30.000 in bonds and build city water works. The machinery for a big vitrified brick yard is being laid down in Cher ryvale. , The onion crop of Meade county is threshing out three hundred bushels to the acre. I On the Kansas prairie at night it is possible to hear the clatter of a farm wagon four miles. The registration at Newton is 1399, being ninety more than a year ago. Newton is growing. A farmer living near Centralia has on exhibition a stock of corn on which are six well developed ears, i When the registration books closed in Topeka the records indicated that 8,531 certificates had been issued. ; The Nemaha county attorney re quires all merchants to keep their places of business closed ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 November 1897

PEORIA JOURNAL: McKlnley do9 not Ilka the job of striking down the- greenbacks, but he was made ret merit Dy tn money power and must do their work or assassinating the money tnat saved the Union KAILROAD QUESTION. AM ABLE DISCUSSION OF THE SUBJECT BY JOHN DAVIS. rrillnt Itlploy of the Santa Fe tyatetn U anawercd by a rami who Una md a Muily of tho transportation probiam In all Ita phase. CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK. Editor of the Kansas Commoner: In the case of India, President Rip- ivy states the matter as follows: In regard to India, Mr. lirown says that the third class fares range from four to five-twelfths of a cent a mile, think he is making a mistake and fig uring the Indian anna at two cents, but this is immaterial, for it is a fact --that the Indian railways do carry poo- aengers in their third class cars or car riages at a rate of about a quarter of a cent a mile. What Mr. Brown fails to say, however, is that theso third class -carriages are built and are reserved Uolely for t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 November 1897

Farmer's Correspondence. BEE JOTTIHSS. We are having fine weather now. The farmers of this vicinity have been "working the roads for the past week and they have done good work, for the roads are really in better condition than tbey were before, which is not always true. James Nelson went to liurrton, Wed nesday after some stock which he had bought at a sale. We understand he got a bargain in some cows. Cattle are more precious than gold these times. Mr. Joseph Ilauoh, oue of our best teachers and Mr. Davis attended the lec ture given at Buuler by Prof. Jackson of Nickersou, in the interest of the county bii(u school. Prof. Jackson made an ex cellent talk along educational lines tnd probably made several voces fur the high school. Corn husking is in full blast uow. The Methodists have been holding a protracted meeting for the past t)ir?e weeks. ' There was a spelling school at the Obee school house Friday night. About twenty-five took part and all seemed to enjoy it. We believe that ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

'v TT Tf THK OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLB'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSA8, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1897. vou a NO. 10. 0 i ltt a i vtz. ny ny you interested in the welfare of your either query you are certainly on the right road. Our store is alway crowded, because the masses realize where they can purchase Ths Best Merchandise Obtainable for the Least Money. HE XT WEEK! We will sell a new line of Wool Novelties, dark colors, with . jwst enough bright threads to make them pretty 35c yd. "2 cases calicos, good comfort pat terns, 4q y(Je "Hindoo," biggest roll of cotton in Kansas, opens 1 pioce, Qq -q Comforts, if you would rather have them ready-made, good styles, well put p, at SI .00 each. 60 inch heavy Union Damask loom 1ice patterns, cream, heavy 45c kind 39c yd. Amoskeng "A" grain sacks, two bushel, seamless, f C3. SI .75 Dozen. Men's 9-ounce blue overalls, made of good denim, extra double front, good wearers, 69C pt. P. MARTIN & C Kansas' Gre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

THE GAZETTE . B. NlTTUrrON CO rn. amurroa. monoi, HUTCHINSON, Kansas items of interest. John Speer says that if he was forty years younger he would be in Klondike today. The machinery for a big Titrifled brick yard is being laid down in Cher ryvale. There is a Buzzard in the peniten tiary recently sent from Waubaunsee county. The onion crop of Meade county Is threshing out three hundred bushels to the acre. Parsons people have 100 men putting in the mains for the gas from the Neo desha oil fields. The registration at Newton is 1399, being ninety more than year ago. Newton is growing. A Titrifled brick plant at Cherryvale will be fired with natural gas. It will be the largest in the state. A farmer living near Centralia has on exhibition a stock of corn on which are six well developed ears. The Kansas Building Loan league will make a demand for a better state law goyernoring associations. The Kansas University foot-ball eleven won out over the Iowa eleven. Outside of Lawrence no one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

PLUTOCRACY HAS ti.. ,i . the fcy British capital. Whllothese organa of treason confined their operations to their own cities not so much fault was found. The patriotic coun try press wouldtlll stand for American principles. In order to break down the power of the country press the prices of the metropolitan papers were reduced from 5 to 2 and I cent a copy. The railroads and news companies (offsprings of same British sire) aided the invasion of the little country towns by arranging time tables so as to carry the city papers to the farthest distance on day of Issue. The flood gates of this ort of pollution are now wide open and the country people are paying a penny a day for the privilege of hearing that the British gold standard Is all right, that government by injunction is all right, that thievery In publlo office Is all right, that the bribing of legislatures Is all right, that Indecent pictures and Immoral theatre plays are all right, that divorces are all right, that family sca...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

OFFICIAL VOTE OF RENO COUNTY, Following is the Official Vote, by Townships, Cast at the Elec tion held Tuesday, November 2, 1897, for County Officers, Ibutcbfason (tette. 200 NEW AND SECOND-HAND STOVES. That Must be Sold. Call and Geo Them Before Purchasing.. We also carry full line of New and Set-Oi.d-Hand Furniture. Mattressea made to order. Old mattreeses repaired. Ho. 313, 315 N. Main Street Santa Fe Block. . STRATTOW & GOnD. Mattress Manufacturers. Entered t the poetofflce in Hulohlnton, KatuM, M eeoond olaaa matter. E. B.NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietor. TlRMI Or dUBecMFTIOK, I-00 Te JOIKJI I BHIRirr I (XII I TBkAS'R I KHHB mVYO COBOMM t,1'" SoUM SCHOOL NAME OF PRECINCT. J D M C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist jVjeecrlpttons a Specialty. North Main Street HutchinBon In Pawnee county the populists elected a commissioner by a majority of one. Last year the republicans elected their commissioner by a major ity of one. The populists retain con trol of the bo.ird. Mark IIanna. sa?s. "g...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

tyt- J- w MAWUIKB. n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Tbn-at. filMM ScIentlHctllT AdJuHtnd OtBoe In M sonic Temple, lluuililniou, Kama LAVAL AND PKSAOflAi.. Oysters nt the Bon Ton . Tbere are a half dozen casus or more of scarlet fever In town.' A. B Burke brought from Mexico 1600 head of sheep to feed near Pan lridjje, lat week. A. X. llontz of Sylvia, has purchased itha ieed mill on South Maio and will operate it hereafter The Evangelical church are holding a revival meeting on Ninth street Wesi nd are baylna a number of accea ions We learn that Ed Coberly cut bis leg aeverly the other day with a I urge foot adz while doing carpenter work at the new salt plant. George Thomas' case Is now b"in reviewed by the supreme court and the question of whether he wilt get a new trial will oe settled soon. Tom Taylor, brother of Carr Taylor, ftnd formerly well known in Hutcmii son was tiere Tuesday on business cou uected with the Uuited Statesman er vice. Judge Simpson has 'ieen holding court H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

SANTA FE HELD UP. TRAIN ROBBED AND THREE CARS BURNED. Bandits Used Dynamite Freely Grant Station, Near Albuquerque, N. M. , lb Scene of the Holdup The Blnok Jack Uang Suspected Officers In Pnrsnls, Ai,BiKiUKBQUE, N. M., Nov. 8. The passenger train of the Santa Fe which was hold up at Grant's Station Satur day night, reached the city at 11:30 o'clock Sunday morning. Conductor Aldrich states that .just as the train rame to a halt at Grant's Station a fusilade of shots rang out, and as far as he could see several men boarded the train, one on the engine, lie and Engineer H. D. McCarty were on the platform, but ran and caught the irain as it was moving out The fire man, Ilenry Abel, was compelled, at the point of a revolver, to pull the train up to the stock yards, about two miles distant The conductor, fully realizing that something was wrong, left the train at the stock yards, "where the robbers had ordered the train stopped, and ran back to the station, telegraphing the news to Divis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

( ', Hunyadi Jans is to be piven a mon omentbythe HuDaiiart Nation. Why tiold Epson Salts beinp ueglected in tliis cruel manner It is claimed that as much as 90 per cent, of German paper is now manufac tured from cellulose or wood pulp, and the reign of the rag seems to be inded. Whenever wo see the word "Crisis" in the newspapers' in big flaring" type, we always skip the item, knowing that It will be something very uninteresting, tame and dull. '' Very few men have clothes good enough to wear to a wedding, but nearly any woman can rig up a dress lit to wear to a wedding or recepticn on two or three hours' notice. 1 When Leavnworth children have learned how to spell City Clerk Pryz bylowiez's name, their parents think they have had enongh educution, and they are sent to boarding schools for finishing, touches ! Bead the Advertisements. 1 You will enjoy this publication much better if you will get into the habit of readiug the advertisements; they will afford a most interesting study...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 November 1897

Farmer's Correspondence. OB EE JOTTIMHN. We understand there was an election held Tuendtty, but w do not know yet whether to rejoice or mourn. The last we beard, Hannit was in the front seat of the band wagon. It has been quite cool the past week and 80 the farmers are u t getting along so well husking corn. The writer was calli-d out one night this week and asked if we knew of any old rags anywhere near. Not knowing just what to say we waited for the young man toexplain and we discovered he was looking for a dauue. James Frey attended the social given at the ValK-y school house Friday uilr. We have Lot heard whether he is sick or not. There is to he u literary society organ ized at the Willow Grove school, Fri day night. Joseph llouuk teaches there which insures a good literary if organ ized. Miss Stella Barnes attended the thea ter in town Wednesday night. We are straining our eyes to catch a glimpse of of the next wave of prosper- O. H. Following is the report of the Ubee tchool ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

ItVf TT A . ; " TT TT IMF, v .jrjt t TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1897. vol. a NO. 11. WAl? ALT Next week is Thanksgiving week. effort to cause you to be all the more numerous winter necessities at special Union Serge. 44-inch-Union Serge in black and navy, is well worth 39c yard. We haye a limited supply that is yours next week at 2$C yd Swan's Down. Swan's Down for dressing sacques and infants' cloaks, soft and fleecy, like eiderdown, 15c values. Thanksgiving sale price 10c yd. Ladies' Hose. Ladies' heavy fleoced hose, a good weight fast black, elastic top warm and comfortable, 10c pr. Red Damask. Turkey Red Damask, CO inches wide, perfectly fast colors, a va riety of new and neat patterns, 22c yd. Cotton Flannel. Buskers' co'.ton flannel, extra heavy weight, made of the toughest cotton fibres, lOoz 13c; I2oz 16c yd Felt Boots and Overs. Men's heavy felt boot8 and oveis, Rhode Island combi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

SOLVED THE FUTURE. JOHN C BULLITT'S RE MARKABLE SUICIDE. Thought Death of No Hon Importance Than Breakfast Had an Intense Cariosity to Kaow the Future Life Latter to Bli Friend. New Yokk, Nov. 15. John C. Bui litt. jr.. of Duluth, Minn., was found dead to-day in a room at the Central Railroad hotel on Liberty street ine man had apparently committed sul. cide, as bottles containing hydro chloric acid, cynudido of potassium and nitric acid were found on a table near the bed upon which the corpse lay. A letter found in the apartment addressed to Joshua F. Kullitt, jr., Big Stone Gap, Wise county, Va., read as follows: "Dear Joshua: I have decided to end it all You will, I know, be in terested in knowing how a person feels who is about to step into the un known world. Hence, I will tell you what my feeling's are. "I wonder, I doubt, I hope, but over all the wonder and the doubt and the hope, a feeling of intense ctri osity prevails. What is the futuro? 1 believe I know, but it is only a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

A recomendation has gone before the P resbyterian board of the effect that women be forbidden the use of pulpits for public addresses to mixed audiences, and that it be considered improper to give notice of such meet ings from the pulpit Women, howev er, are still to be permitted to tive pubic testimony for the benefit and in the presence of the privileged sex. The women are great chumps; they work hard to raise money for the church, and the board of trustees, composed entirely of men, decides how it shall be expended. When people' invite you to come and see them the don't mean It. A man is occasionally called chicken hearted becanse be refuses to steal. 100 Reward, 9100. The readers of this paper will be pleased, to learn that there la at leant one dreaded disease that science hair been able to cure lu all Its stages and that Is Ca tarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only fosltlve cure now known to the medical raternlty. Catarrh being a constitution al disease, requires u constitutio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

Tbutcbtnson 5a3ctte. Entered t the pontoffloe In Hulchinfon, Kanraa, as second olut matter. E.8. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. 1 BKMB Of jUBCHIPTIOi MM YA C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie IDiraggist r jescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street HutchlnBon Talk to the effect that Chester Long is to be Lelands candidate for Gover nor, is still floating round Perhaps they figure that Long's distribution of pie has weakened him In the Seventh district, but that decimating Influence has not spread over the State. The appointment of Mrs. Annie L Diggs as State libarian by the justices of the supreme court is a fitting reward for the services of Mrs. Diggs in years past. She is one of the most polished and capable women in the United Stated. When a popocrat culls Mark Ilanna atru3ts delegate or a coal barron's dictator, the averuge republican is apt to smile and lay the remark away as emanating from one politically crazed, but when such a noted republican boss as Chauncy I. Filley, of St. Louis, calls h...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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