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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

SPKC1AX.IST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Une Scientlfl'-ally Adjusted. Office In Ma rsuuie Temple, Houililiison, Kauaaa LACAL AND PEROStli. T e Hutchinson & Southern will put H new time card Into effect Sunday, November 14th. We call attention to the advertise ment of the public sale of E. W.Hyde in another place. B. B. Everett of Partr'dge was a caller in the .city and at the Gazettk office this week. Miner Crippen of Lincoln township 1s arranging to move to Bently, Sedg wick county, for the winter. Geo. W. May has leased his paper, the Haven Journal, ano hereafter It will appear under a new management. Bev. E. M. Armstrong's two boys, "Chester and an older brother, left last -week to attend school at Valparaiso, Indiana. The supper given laot Thursday by the Woman's Club for the benefit of the public library, was a success, the proceeds amounting to aoout 70. D VV, Kent, of Topeka, was in the city the last of the week shaking hands with old lriends. He has been re...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

THE GAZETTE. K. II. NETTL.TTON A CO HUTCHINSON r.ANSAa SAXSAS ITEMS OF INTKRKST. Master Georgio Joneo, one of the sweet voiced Madrigal boys carried by AL C. Held this year renders a touch ing ballad '-The Little Boy in Creen," which forms one of the must delight ful blossoms in the boquct of soDg hits rendered by Mr. Field's big choir of tuneful song birds. The ballad re counts the stirring story of a race in which a diiniutive jockey carries the emerald color of what seems certain victory when, just before the goal is reached his gallant mount stumbles and falls, crushing out the young life it had lutely been so proudly carrging. A the story is told in song it is most realistically illustrated by a jockey, dressed in green and mounted on one of Mr. Field's pure white thorough' breds which he always carries with the company. The scene is ono of thrill ing interest nnd stirs the blood of the ladies as well as the gentlemen and by the way, ladies always forra a prom inent yortion of ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

THE I I 1 I . . I I lA every State where an election was held tho year, Maryland excepted, the Democrats and Populist Fusion forces either won tremendous victories or made Immense gains. In Maryland where there was no fusion, on account of th non-indorement of the National Platform, the Republicans carried the State. RAILROAD QUESTION. AN ABLE DISCUSSION OF THE SUBJECT BY JOHN DAVIS. President Klpler of tho Santa Fe fystein Is answered by a man who has niHdo a rtndy of the transportation problem ia alt Its phages. continued from last week. Editor of the Kansas Commoner: I now desire to show that the lowest passenger rates mentioned in the fore going discussions pay to the managers of the roads good reasonable profits. I will take as an example the rate of one-ninth of a cent per mile; that be ing sometimes the charge for trans porting immigrants from New York to Chicago. President Ripley will doubt less admit that the cars they ride in are cheap, that the accommodations are poor, th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 November 1897

Farmer's Correspondence. UABKONT HAPPENINGS. The wheat in these parts is greatly in need of rain. Cams. Murray is repairing his house. Ben Murphy is on the sick list. Mr. Leigbty expects to move iu liia new house this week. ftev. Procht began a series of HXttngs at theMouud sctiool houttw last Tuesday night. There has been good atiteodaoc Itev. Cook lift not yt returaretl truii Bethel, consequently there was no preaching at Harmony last Sunday ni&'bt. MiHS Ermine LeOkro hits retutund from Lyons where she has been spending a few months with fear unota. George Getter's buggy horse waj cut on the wire tVnc last wk und quite badly injured. Mr. Ciestips in ited iiKtte a ucmlier of the members of riarmoity singicg school to spend the weuing with tliem 1m.sC Thursday and goodtcme is .re ported. Kev. Smiley was visiting In these pint last week. John Hiiitts was teen tal:ing a new coolt mttove cut hoiutt the other day. VV Ali iii.uc.su U '.ii raihiti I'olaff.i Cliiiii h-ftu Bhoik'a not f...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

tr. fstTT TT in TT TT t ft .. 1. iIMMtlMBMajajaaaaaaaajfaijajaBea . - THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLK'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. V0L a HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TR(7RSDA NOVEMBEU 25, 1897. NO. 12. Like most other people, read the advertisements the first thing when tbis paper reaches you? We know many read ours because we receive numerous returns. If you didn't read this one you -would never know that we are selling 2M Ladies' Cloaks and Capes, all stylishly made of Boucle, Kersey, Beaver or Frieze, the liefit, and values that are known only at Martin's. Choice, 05.00 Ea. 30 Dozen Pairs Suede Kid Cloves. In tans, modes, greys and light tan, ;$ lock fasteners, heavily em broidered back, regulai $1.25 values, our special glove ale next week, these at )8C pi. 52 inch all wool Broadcloths in bright red, navy blue, myrtle green, and black, mak's splendid capes. Special at 75C yd. Tinsel Muslin DeSoie, for hand some dress fronts and trimming, assorted colors, 20 inches wide,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

WRECK ON THE MEMPHIS. Om Killed nod Thirty Injured Cr Plane; Into Spring Hirer. Kansas City-, Mo.. Nov. 19. The northbound passenger train on the Kalians City, Fort Scott its Memphis railroad, due In this city at 5:30 o'olock yesterday afternoon, was wrecked near "willUord, Ark., 313 miles from Kansas City, at 3:30 o'clock yesterday morning. ; The combination coach, chair car and the sleeping' car, Nereid, were de railed and went over the bank Into the Spring river, along . which the .Memphis - tracks run at this point. The combination coach rolled into the river and the chair car and sleeper Welt fire at the water's edge and burned. So far as known only one person re ceived injuries from which lie will die. A bout-thirty others were injured, soma seriously. ONA MELTON SET FRES. The Ri-Sanaa Young Kan Now Uouad for New York PrUouer Pardoned. Washington, Not. iu. The State department announced at noon to-day that the Competitor prisoners, Includ ing Ona Melton, the former Kansas boy,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

INTERNATIONAL C CHAPTER XXXlV.-fCosTtNUEu.) , 'He knew tBat at that hour Marjorle a-ould be from home, wandering in' the Belds, perhaps, with her little boy, or visiting some of her old village menus. Feeling strong Ip this hope, he hurried M toward the Castle. , ' Ho found Miss Hetherington alone. Sh was glad to see him, but rated him soundly ,o,what she termed his neg lect. " S "It is'norfoY'me'to control ye if ye dinna wish to come, Johnnie Suther land," she said. "You're your own maistef, and ye can gang your own gait, but it's Scarcely fair to Marjorle. She's lonesome, poor lassie, and she takes It ill that ye come so seldom." "Miss Hetherington," returned Suth erland, "I stayed away not because I wished, but because I took too much pleasure In coming. I love Marjorle. I've loved her ever since I was a lad, end I shall love her till I die. I couldn't come before, knowing she had a husband; but it's for you to say now whether I may come in or not." ! "For me? What do you mean, J...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

Tbutcbtnson 5a3ette. Entered et the poetoffloe In Halohlneon, Kansas, u second class matter. E.Q. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. linaa or dcascairrioii, C. X. SIDLINGKR, TJtieDrnggist fieecriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson CiiKSTEK Long has announced that he will be a candidate for Congress again from this district and Judge Theodocious Bolkin says that Long is tbe only man Simpson can beat. Draw your own inferences. Prosperity appears to be again re turning to England or some other place. The dispatches are again daily announc ing the bursting of banks and cutting of factory wtges. Last Thursday's papers told of a bursted savings bank, several failures in Texas, a big bank in Colorado, another fellow that failed tor a million carrying others with him and the reduction of wages in a num ber of Massachusetts lactones. The republican papers have been making a great effort to briugout Attor ney General Boyle, a candidate for governor against Governor Leedy. There is little...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

Tll.J. W. MAtil'IRB. "T SHBC1AL.1ST, .n Diseases of e, Ear, Nose an J Throat. OUfoi SclentlBcil y -AdJnstHd Offlfl In M Sonic tempi, UutKUinmii, Kmiia. I.ACAa, 1VI) PKftAOfflt.. Horace Foster went to Wakita, Ok., and assumed control of the Wakita Jleis Id last week. Geo. My retired from control of the Haven Journal and 8. H. Herlacher has afsumed coutrol. Union Thanksgiving services are to to be held today. Tuuredey. at 10:30 o'clock at the Presbyterian church 1n .this cltv,Bev. Irwin delivering the ser mon. . The Hutchinson Wholesale Grocery Co. hat recently added al'neot notions nd clothing to their supply stock. They keep six men on on the road all the time. As cold weather approaches and the turkeys get ripe, it is notlciable also ' that the crop of marriage licenses Is harvested. The yield appears very satisfactory to the probate judge. ' The revival services in this city seem to be bearing fruit. The butcherr have all agreed to shut up shop at leven o'clock Saturday night to s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

THE GAZETTE. X . BmXJtTON CO a. a. m-ruiex, swton. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS Seth Low has long believed tbat of ioe has bcea seeking him with an anxiety that amounts to severe pain. There are two remarkable state ments. One is that heat Is warm; and the other that the New York Sun Is a Republican paper. " Planning to help a poor family, who lived on broken victuals gathered from door to door, a good woman gave the mother a day's work and paid- her a dollar. Two or three days later, says the New Unity, the -woman called to express her gratitude. The children had always wanted to go to the mat inee, and the dollar had taken them all! Sometimes "the destruction ,of the poor Is their poverty." Again, as in this case, it ia their idiocy. The Zunl Indians have concluded not to torture witches hereafter. Here ia reform in an unexpected quarter, and It is the more surprising bcciuse Spain seeks to torture in Spain, Cuba and the Phiilippines, while the sultan both tortures and assassinates. Present...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

"ETenTu tnere were no women were would still be a considerable traffic in mirror. ' . . Doa't be afraid of work. . The whole secret of success all through life lies in this bit of advice. AChicnijocourt reporter complains that the city editor, or; his assistant, kills most of the jokes in his co) and threatens to go back to the furm in Kansas. ' A fine lady is a squirrel-headed thine, with small tiirs aud small no tions; about as applicable to the busi ness of life as a pair of tweezers to the clearing of a forest. A Big Regtilnr Army. Tb mletatlnthoitof tbU aortuilia army of li.r.UJt whoa bowela, liver and itouintfli bat. bea regulated by Hoitettor'a Stomach Hitler . A rogular habit of body! brounht about through mloR the Bitten, not by yioleutly imitating aod gripiug Ibe Inteailnas. but by reinforcing their energy and causing flowot the bile Into ita roper channel. Malaria. I rlpp, dyapeptla, and a tendency to InaotWitf oi the kldneye are conquered by the Bitter. ' A New York woma...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 November 1897

A PENSION CLAIM. An Adverse Decision Given in the Case of Gottlieb Ellersick. PATENT RULE AMENDMENTS. Hwrdon Processor Making Batter-To Bill for the Kidui Paelflc-t'urreucj' Re formKale Aglnat Indefinite Poit Office Addresses. Washington, Nov. 2H.-A pension claim which has been pending :!7 years and which is admitted would carry back pay of 8J5,O0O was decided to-day by Assistant Secretary of the Interior Davis. It is the case of Oottleib Eller sick, of Missouri, whose claim for al leged total bliudiiess due to disease of the eyes contracted during military service in WS4 is rejected. The case has attracted much interest and pre sented many perplexing features, but it was found that no record of the ex istence of any disease of the eyes in service existed nor was there compe tent tcstimouy to show the incurrence of any such disability in the service. The claimant was discharged from the army in lstto and did uot lose his sight until 1SGS. No effort to establish his claim, presented ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 December 1897

i j rr rr at 3 1 7 TUB OFFICIAL OROAN OF THE PKOPIE'8 PARTI AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1897. SO. 3. vol. a Ganta Claus' Headquarters in Kansa ine hornnconhristmas is drawing near, , do not infer that nav hich orices. J w The Expense of a Handsome Present is Greatly Modified by Giving Us Your Highly Appreciated Patronage. Children's Delight and Comfort . Pretty Muff and Collar of Angora tinted in blue and white, salmon and white, and pink and white, satin lined. Christmas Bargain. SI .25 set. Ladies fine silk plush Cape, elaborately embroidered in je and braid, Thibet fur all round collar and down Iront, linod with heavy satin, a. warm and useful gift. f 2.50 Marsailles bed spreads; the grades here quoted are far superior to any ever sold in ihe State, this one all finished, 2i yd long by 2k yd wide, elegant puff patterns, a tasty and lasting present. Christmas Bar gain at SI .98 ea. Christmas Helps and Suggestions. Let us help you...

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

A CRISIS IN AUSTRIA. THE EMPEROR ADJOURNS PARLIAMENT. The Cabinet Forcxd to Belgu Noting Cium si Soon M the Announcement It Made Fublle Premier Undent Feared Revolution and Resigned. Viknita, Nov. 29. The Austrian ministry yesterday tendered their resignations to Emperor Francis Jo seph, who accepted tnem ana en trusted Baron Gautsch, who holds the portfolio of public instruction of the retiring- ministry, witli the ibsk forming a new cabinet It is asserted that the emperor Of at first declined to accept the resigna tion of the cabinet, but Count Badenl renllnd: "Your majesty, I cannot accept the responsibility. Bloodshed will ensue if I remain in office." Thereupon the emperor reluctantly nnennted the resignation. Yesterday morning Emperor Francis Joseph addressed an autograph letter COUNT BADENL to Count Badenl, decreeing the ad journment of the reichsrath until fur ther orders. During the assembling of the reich srath dense masses of people, for the most part workmen, thronged th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 December 1897

FARMHAND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST. TO AGRICULTURISTS. fans' Cp-to-Date II Iota About Cultiva tion of tha Soli and Yields Thereof Hortlcolture, Viticulture . and , Flori culture ' ' Grain Motli and Iti Detroctlon. m 0 other insect In Maryland and the South has done bo much" 1 damage to 'stored wheat and corn as has the llt 'tle Insect known as the grain moth. It la also known as the "white fly," "weevil," "staok t, ' fly. etc. In Mary land it la especially Injurious to stored wheat, and very often so Injures the seed that it is unfit for planting. Corn coming from the South, especially the flint variety, is' apt to be full of these Insects. Recently a manufacturer of hominy In Baltimore told me they had much trouble from this insect In their corn. An exporter of grain also told me they had to be on the constant lookout for thl3 pest in every cargo of corn or wheat received from the South. Last fall and winter, while attending the various farmers' institutes in the different counti...

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

Tbutcbtnson dfoette. K itered t the postoffloe in Hutchinson, Kansas, u asoond claaa matter. E.8.HETTUT0N CO. Praprlstota. laaits oMcnsoairrio, 1.00 ruTu C. E. SIDLINQKR, Feacriptions Specialty. North Main Street Hutchlnaon Thb president of the Mexican Na tiosal railroad tells a different tale about the prosperity ol Mexico from the recital given by the republican pa pers during the campaign. Some of the dally papers bare been republish'nir the old canard that Gov ernor Leedy will call a special session of the legislature Immediately. The governor however denies it lie un doubtedly would call a special session if he could have proper assurance of accomplishing the desired ends in rail road legislation. Judoe M. B, Simpson's official ma jority for district judge in this district over P P. riettinuer was 240. It was not very targe but enough to insure us a good judge. Interior Herald. This is a remarkably good showing for Judge Hettinger. If the Reno county populists iu the country pr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 December 1897

-rlt. J. W. MAWUIRE. SPKClAiaST,' n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose an J Throat. . GUfi Scientifically AiIJuhVmI: Offlee Id Ma -nl(t li-raple, Hutuhhwon, Kttuitl. I.AC A L AD PEHMOMAI.. Mrs John Meyers left Tuesday for a visit In Ohio. Mr. W. . Gragg, of Turon, was iu tbe city on business Friday. Notice the ad of C. Miller on this page this wees . He quotes some prices that may profit you. TbTe was tli usual number of Thanksgiving drunks in police civirt Friday. Some in rags, some In tags -and some In black eyes. Mr. Z. C. Silibee.baa moved to Wichita but bis firm, still keeps up its list of bargains a you will notice in their ad on the first page each week. It seems odd that a woman can be a cracker jack cook for tbe heathen at church festivals yet always needs a hired girl to cook for her huBband. Turon Presa; " ' . Mr. Ad Sturtz, the Missouri Pacific agent at Turou, has received notice of promotion to take charge of the station work at Antbony1 which is a consider Hble better place th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 December 1897

THE GAZETTE B. U. N ETTLXfON CO. t. u. mnufjX, luirol. BOTCHINSON. fan3ai KANSAS ITEMS OK I.VTKKEST. A Dumber of land seekers from the fast arrived in Kan sag. A tax-payers leagne is being organ ed in Cowley county. " A man named Vaughn lias been ar rested and taken to Pawnee for horse stealing. Mr. Goddard,of Texas, mn6teredup courage enough to come to Kansas and marry one of those black-eyed Well' ington girls. Will Weaver, a Seneca sailor lad, do ing service oti the bnstleship, Olympia, dow in the Orient, will wed a Japan ese lady of noble birth. . Hitherto Topeka has been the "holier than thou" section of Kansas, Now western Kansas puts up n .claim for being the holy section. Ten years of timber-growing 4n western Kansas this year make it pos' ible for the western Kansan to bring A Yule log that is not a twig. A Salina business house sent adver tising hand bills to Abilene and the people of Abilene are so mad that they can hardly keep their clothes on. It is announced definitely...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 December 1897

(' WfrlE " ADVANCE AOENT OF PROSPERITY," THEN AND NOW. I sec a man. Who is the man? II is the ad-vance a-gent of the sheriff. What is the man doing? He is posting no-ti-ces of fore-clos-ure sales. Has he lots of work? Yes, his work is in-creas-ing in vol-ume ev-er-y week. Why does the ad-vance a-gent of the sher-iff look so much like the ad-vance a-gent of pros-per-it-y whose por-traits ad-or-ned the fen-ces last year? Be-cause they are the same pcr-son. Oh I see; the ad- vance a-gent 01 pros-per-u-y was a iraua 10 maKc iiic pcu-pic vuic iui im.-iura.;. nas-uui u auui Yes, and the peo-ple were warned, and if t'-ey vo-ted for Mc-Kin-ley they have themselves to blame for his .W-tinn. Do the oeo-ole blame them-selves? Yes. ve-ry much: fottr-tcen thous-and per-sons have killed them-selves since his e-lec-tion. Is he sor-ry for them? No, he is too bu-sy work-ing for the shcr-iff to no tice them. He must be an aw-ful bad man! Yes, but the sher-iff for whom he works is much worse. The a-ge...

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

Farmer's Correspondence. LA 16 DON ITEMS. Mr. Winter came in BUmlaynight and isTieiting us. ' Wheat w looking nice snd the farmers feel jubilant over the prospect of a good crop. The farmers are most done htiskiirg corn and will soon have notliiue; to do but feed the stock and hunt rabbits., Mr. Q. P. Long is prepming to move to Emporia to wake that bis Suture home. Wilt nd Frank Miller cc.tne down from Nickersoa Friday to visit friends' and relatives sad returned hoiue;Sunduy. Come again boys. A. W. Collins "will oon haw his new building completed and it will be a credit to fcke town. J. II. Segrist is back in hio blacksmith bop once more and ready to do all kiud9 of work that may :ome to bim. He Just returned trom the Strip last week snd ie. porta ewerytbinjr in flue shape down there. It ueenis rather tough on a Tellow to drive thirty-five miles to take a girl m u ..-,1 .... ..-.. church they t io a liuny ami lr-u . pass another buggy and run iuto a ditch and upset, getting bruite...

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