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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

rr tt 4 mm TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PK0PLK8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THCJRSDAV. -'FEBRUARY 17, 1898. NO. 24. VOL. 8. TO TO. CELEBRATE. Colorado Wants i Grand Demonstrate Over the Louisiana Purchase. FOR MISSOURI'S EXHIBIT. ComiMlmdmiers Kwliitfljiur Around to KU MMr for tha Olnl9 Show Iuiiueuae JCletatur to lie Hullt Near the Stock Yarda. Dexvkr, ColM Feb. 15. Maj. S. K. Hooper, of the Denver & Rio Grande railway, is receiving communications from different parts of Coloradoasking him to take decisive steps toward pav ing the way for a grand patriotic demonstration in 1903, in honor of the Louisiana purchase, of which Colorado was a part He says: There Is no doubt tout a celebration will be held. Whether It Is held In Denver depends on the people of this city. I will nor. undortuke to assume the responsibility of culling a meeting to consider the subject. Tha convention and excursion committee of the chamber of com merce Is the body which s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

The average srlrl will never admit that she likes to see a man in his shirt sleeves. Considering that there are no mil lionaires in Kansas and that all of the fathers and most of the mothers work bard, there is a terribly large 'number of girls who do nothing but visit from town to town to attend parties. Probably the women will soon begin to have indignation meetings to de nounce the doctors who have deoidod that house plants carry germs. There are too many ''coming men" In this country; more of them should gat there. ' If we could whistle as shrilly as SL Plunkard, we wauld attend the theatre very night and sit in the gallery. Probably the man who says he oan never see why Nature made man with a vermiform appendix is the same one that always wears a shirt with a little flap sewed on below the bosom which he never uses. If the average man didn't smoko he wouldn't be fit for a woman to live with. When a men spends part of his time loafing in a saloon, It is only a ques tion of time ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

m- An co-to-date woman is frequently awav Demnd ner ap-e. The cashier should be known by the company thut keeps him. Tbe time made by the losing horse isn't money to the owner. When a mon talks to his wife through a telephone what he' saya goes. The man who loves a woman as much as she wants to be loved Jias no time, for outside flirtations, says one of ex perience A BEAUTIFUL GIRL'S AFFLIC TION. From the Republican, VenaiUa, Ind. The Tuckers of Versailles, Ind., like all fond njtrents, are completely wrapped up in theirXhlldren. Their daughter, Xuoy in particular, has given them much concern, fehe is fifteen, and from a strong, healthy rirl, three years ago, had become weak and kept falling off in flesh, until she became a mere skeleton. She seemed to have no life at all. Her blood became impure and fin ally she became the victim of nervous pros tration. Doctors did not help her. Most of the time she was confined to bed, was very nervous and irritable, and seemed on the verge of 8t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

Ibutcbinson Gwette. X itereil at the ixwtofllce iu Hotohlnwn, Kannas, tg Beooud claes matter. E.O. NETTLETON a CO. Proprietors. ClRHS OF JUBCIPTIO, 1.00 PlllTlA ram C. E. SIDLINGKR, TlielDruiggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson ' Granny Dingiey setma to feel to ward Jerry Simpsou about as the lonely Texas steer feels toward the testive heel fly in April, and since Jerry venti lated bis London hat he keeps about as close to T'm Reed's mud holes. It is a funny thing how many trai tors there are in the republican camp in Ohio. There were enough of them pn-sent at the Republican league meet ing the other day to control the de clarations of the resolutions against McHanna's Cuban policy. It turns out that Brown, the silver republican member of the legislature from Cowlev county who r&tused to lupport any railroad bill in specihl ses sion, has just beeu appointed local at torney tor the Santa Fe and is a direc tor in a local railroad. As we ro to press there i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

JJlt.J. W. MA0U1KB. SPECIALIST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Gljsi-e Scientifically Adjusted. Offloe tn M ionic lemple, lluu.-iilin'oii, &aiia. LOCAL. ASK rERAOH.il.. Oysters at the Bou Ton. Revival services are being held at the Baptist churcb this week. Attorney H. Fierce made a profes sioDHl trip to Rush county the first of the week. Mrs 0. H. Scott and her mother Mrs James Beam are on a visit in Kansas City. Mrs Henry Miller, wife of the dairy man living on Tenth is reported to be at death's door. Morris Cain arrived from Topeka Tuesday morning to look a little afttr the proceedings of the bond refunding deal. February 22nd, Washington's birth day is a legal holliday, and accordingly the postofflce' and banks will close next Tuesday. A section hand named Peterson hurt his eye last week so that he is likely to lose it. As he was blind in bis other eye, this will render him to tally blind. A long legged red headed, freckled faced fellow, called Mit Franklin who was...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

THE GAZETTE L . NITTI..TTON CO. a. . Mirnumji, loiiea. HUTCHINSON. KANSAI KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ; It is said that Hasliell county has the best prospects for a good wheat yield in the history of the county. A couple of Smith county boys after working a long time have struck it rich in some mines down in Arizona. No names are given, but it is report ed that of the Smith county delegation which went to Jerusalem five are dead. , The heavy thunder accompanying the recent rains is a sign that spring is close at hand; and the first thunder after the first of March wakes up the frogs. There are three Kunsans in the Klon dike and they are so bufsy writing back home descriptions of the scenery that they have no time to dig for the filthy lucre. The business of the postoffice at Wellington for the year ending March 31 will restore the cftVe to a second class standing, which will mean a free carrier system. ' Plenty of rain has fallen in all the dry districts in Kansas and everything is in...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

AvPCTATOBS A Bally. little folks, coma marching forth, Little feet, keep time, In the east and west and north And the southern clime. Lay your lesson-books away. Leave your sums undone, We must celebrate today Brave George Washington. Little yet you understand All his worth and truth, Only know he saved the land, Faithful from his youth. ENERAL WASH INGTON wanted a man. It was In September, 1776, at the city of New York, a few days after the battle of Long Island. The swift and deep East River flowed hostile armies, and between General Washington had as yet no sys tem established for getting informa tion of the enemy's movements and intentions. He never needed such in formation so much as at that crisis. What would General Howe do next? If he crossed at Hell Gate, the Ameri can army, too small In numbers, and defeated the week before, might be caught on Manhattan Island as in a trap, and the issue of the contest might be made to depend upon a sin gle battle: for in such circumstance...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 February 1898

TOOL FOR SURGEONS. ' Where tha Carvera In Human Flesh Final . Their Implement. Every greut city baa a hundred and one carious bnsiiitvspes and trades, facto ries, individual callings and shops that seem to bear no capecial relation to the commerce of every day. It does not seem as if these odd business interests had much to do with the prosperity of the world, or were concerned in it at all. It is tyrically American that per haps the most interesting of the strange establishments in New York deals with science and inventive- ingenuity. The building whore this curious busi ness it is the manufacturing of every sort of snrpical instrument and device is lodged is itself ono of the strangest in New York. But a few blocks from the cityball, it luoks as though the sur rounding piles of brick and mortar had squeezed it into half its proper com pass. The first floor is u salesroom. The hall floors above lire devoted to stock, plan and work room. lit a little two story building In the ytinl ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

H THIS OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF EENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1898. NO. 2."). '"to. yBOTPiMiwi i - SPAIN WANTS WAR An Intensely Angry Feeling Against the United States Entertained. HARBOR OF HAVANA MINED. iavl Ottiveni Still Dlni-mnlii the aua of the D. mister of the Main A Set-ret Inquiry Active War Prepara tion OoIuk oa. Madrid, Feb. 22. The sympathy and dismay which at first prevailed when the catastrophe in the Havana harbor was announced has disappeared and given way to an intensely belli cose and angry feeling, which is free ly expressed on all sides and by mem bers of every political party. They re kept fully Informed of the tone of the American press and of the appar ently universal demands made upon the president to resort to war, and, far from there being any alarm about the matter, grim satisfac tion is apparent everywhere. Ko one here will admit for one moment that the Maine was blown up by design. The disast...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

If the average man didn't smoke he wouldn't be fit for a woman to live irith. The happiest dream a man hat is rhen he dreams that he only dreamed that he was married. The chair that a girl thinks is the prettiest in a room is always one that a man is afraid to sit down on for fear t will break. Every girl would go around with a ring on her engagement finger if she thought the girls would notice it and the men wouldn't. Most men grin and let their wives bear it. The man who passed through a cy clone certainly had something to blow about. Every man acts a lot more lies than he tells. When a woman tells her husband the has found a gray hair in her head, he generally looks indignant at him. Girls with freckles always act impu dent with the men. There are lots of curious things about a courtship besides the neigh bors. Married life isn't what it's cracked op to be because married people are not. There was a time in every man's life hen his wife would have believed aim if he had reported ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

Nearly all tlio knowledge In tho world Las been acquired at the expense of somebody's burnt fli.gcrs. No man ought to get mBrrlcd until he is old enough to know better. One of tlio ideas a girl clings to long est is Mint she can do anything with a man with her eyes. Most men Tall in love about a dozen times when they are boys, three time's when they are at college and after that is often as they can get a right good nance. . A VIGOROUS BATTLE. From the New Era, Orutuburg, Ind. The following is a straifjhtforward state ment of facts by a veteran of the late war. No comrade will need further proof tliaa tbeir friend's own word, as here given. Squire John Castor, of Newpoiut. Ind., is the narrator, and an honest, respected citi len he is too. He said: "I nave been troubled with rheumatism in all my joiuts, ever since I went to the war. It was brout, .it on by my exposure there. It came on me gradually, and kept getting worse until I was unable to do any work. I tried several physicians...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

UDutcbinson (Sa3ette. towure. t the poetuitice In Hnlohlnson, Ksntss, u second olaas matter. E.G.NETTLETON a CO. Proprietor. f RM8 Or dUBSCMPTlON, 11.00 raa Yba C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDr-aggist inscriptions a Specialty. JforthMain Street Hutchinson Thk progress of the movement for a special session of the legislature is not very apparent so far. However, it is a thing difficult to judge from the out side. The T peka dailies are al against it and report every interview with every member of the house, who is opposed to it rind evidently say nothing about those that are in favor of It. We have received proofs of an arti cle published in the Washington Star in which L. C. Batsman, of Maine, makes a most bitter attack on Senator Butler as chairman of the National People's Party committee. He also attacks Bryan and says Wharton Bar ker, editor of the Philadelphia Ameri can will be the people's party candidate for president. Barker writes a very good editorial and is one of the converts of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

. J)K. J. W, MAOU1HK, SPECIALIST, ji Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Turoat. .1 Alauapa flrientlflrallT Adlnstfd. Ofllo In Ma uuii! Ii-mple, lIutcbliiHjn, KaiiiM MCAL AMD er.HOHAL. Oysters at the Bon Ton. Miss Kittle Seltzer, of Turnn, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this city. Beats all how many old pensioners there are who are waiting to (TO and help lick Spain. Mr. J. A. Young. blacMmitn at Yo der, has sold out'o the Schrock broth ers and will leave the country. Quite a number of the Fraternal Aid era of this blace went to Inman Wed nesday evening to visit the organize tionat that place. All report a fine time. ' The band boys ae making ar 'at pre parations for their M insure! show at the opera bouse March 7th and 8tn The money you pay for this show will stay at home. Tbe Gazette is under obligations to Mr. HenrvObee for a half bushel of the finest apples we have wen for sev eral months. What is more they were grown on his place in Beno county. Tbe date of the home talen...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

THE GAZETTE I. A NKTTLRTO.N m CO a. a. tiriTLirrun, sui-toa. HUTCHINSON. KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF IN1EKEST. Kansas spring baa been broken by a Kld ware. Nickerson ia talking creamery, food thing and a sure thing. The Salina base ball club has been organized for the cominir season. Sa lina ia one of the sportiest town in the state. The seed stores in Kansas are doing more business at the preseut time than ever before noted in the history of the itate at this season of the year. The Cowley county bar has passed resolutions for the new federal court Unless Topeka can be pulled off the perch, the division will not be made. Topeka is the sole trouble. An Atchison girl is going to the Paris exposition dressed in the costume of the corn carnival. French people will point to her and say: "See that native from Kansas. " If one of those genuine Kansas bliz zard should should come down upon us from the north, it would' almost du lay our nest crops. But the average Kansan has lived to learn to ex...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

! V V, MCKINLEY ON RECORD HE DECLARES HIMSELF FOR THE SINGLE GOLD STANDARD. The President Demanded tUn Payment of the Boudii In Gold, the Teller Keen, latlou lieolmred Them Parable in 811. ver. Gold It It. The currency question hat once more lpruug to the front a the one all-absorbing political topia I, President Mc- Kinley may no longer be charged with hesitancy, for in his speech at the din ner of the National Association of Man ufacturers at New York Thursday night of last week, he put 'himself squarely on record as favoring the'sin- gie gold standard. He demanded that the question be settled now, or "else face the alternative that it must be again submitted for arbitration at' the polls." The address was made with an eye to the Teller resolution, then pend ing in the senate, and these words were intended to forestall any effect which possible action by the senate might have: "The money of the Unit ed States is and forever must be un questioned and unassailable. If doubts remain ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 February 1898

A CURIOUS OLD LADY. Parsimoaloos In Her Own Affairs, Tel laVr Ish With Other. When Henri Rochefort planned the erection of a workman's ghiss works nt Carmaux to help the glass workers, he received au auonymons gift of 100,000 francs. The donor was Mine. Dimbonrg, who has since died at Boulogne, aged 72. She was a curious old lady, wildly generous, yet careful to miserliness, sending her gift to the glass works anonymously and then . complaining when her name was omitted from the stone bearing a list of subscribers. Sho lived in nn unpretentious house, fur nished in the plainest fashion, hoarded up every scrap of paper and bit of rug the found, yet helped all whose want came to her ear. sent 1,000 francs here, 8,000 there, while her own serv ants could mirccly get enough to tat, and their wages were extieuioly small. The money for the glassworks was sent in u small linen bug. comparatively worthless, which no one thought of re turning to her. She sent a servant to claim :t, how ever,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

'too J. ' V f ' .j ' -. r,'l '. w1 TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THLTRS DAY, MARCH 3, 1898. NO. 2(5. vol. a DISASTER TALK. The'-Naval Department Thinks Harm Is Done by the Broaching of Theories. MEETING OF THE CABINET. Ifhe Government I Still In the Dark ns to the Came of the Maine WrecK Sec retary Long'. View Gomel's Oeteriuluatlon. I Washington, March 1. Two weeks go to-night the battleship Maine wax destroyed in Havana harbor and in spite f the greatest diligence on the pant of officers charged with an Inquiry in to the affuir the cause of the disaster is still shrouded in mystery so far as any of the officials in Washington Vnow. Few of those acquainted with the formidable obstacles in the way of operations of the divers are sur prised at this state of affairs and it is beginning to be generally realized that upon the testimony of thedivers almost altogether will depend the success of the inquiry. Meanwhile the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

' Home men muku Uieir intention of being better an excuse for not being a What a difference there is between what we are and what we want others to be. Every good law is sv public confession that society is not as good as it should be. In nine cases out of ten the modern woman prospers as a widow. Men are not so important to womcu as is gener ally imagined. The chronic bore make's a big hole in a man's busy duy. Cupid is nn excellent shot but he bags some mighty poor game. Neni for (ho Wheelmen. The L. A. V. numbers nearly 2,000 below the 100,000 mark within the last few weeks. In spite of this startling diminution, the maximum of health may be attained by those who use the comforting tonic, Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters, which promotes digestion and regularity of the bowels. The man who lives for himself alone Hasn't much to live for. Stats of Ohio, city orToi.BDo, l Lucas Coumtv, f Frank J. Cheney mukcx oath thiit be Is the senior partner of the firm of t J. Cheney 4 Co., doing bus...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

"Mutton ia a penny a pound in Auf tralia. ' The Siberian railroad will cost $200. 000,000. We have known a man twenty yean who 6ays he is very sick and liable to die at any moment. ' .You hear many compliments of Dlx ey, the actor, because he is able to do only one thing well That ia true of everybody, except that a good many are not able to do anything well. If you are able to do one thing well, yon are lucky. ' America's , Greatest Medicine Greatest, Because It does what all other medicines fail to do. As an instance of its peculiar and unusual curative power, consider the most insidious disease, and the disease which taints the blood of most people, producing Incalculable suffering to many, while in others it la a latent Ore liable to burst into activity and produce untold misery on the least provocation. GCrOfllla I he only Unaent to which the human family is subject, of which the above sweeping statement can honestly be made. Now, a medi cine that can meet this common enemy of ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

Ifrutcbinson asette. Eaierea l the postuilioe In Hnlohlnson, Kansas, as second olast matter. E. 6. NETTLETON k CO. Proprlstors. f IRM8 Of jUBSCBIPTIOK, 1.00 pirYia C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson The plutocrat has one consolation in the thousnt of war. It is that it would supply him with a good many more of Uncle Sams bonds. The suit to compel the Manhattan school board to cancel its old contract and beuin the use of the new State books will not be opposed; The hoard is taking a sensible yiew of the mutter. Tom Lefiwich of Lamed says, "Billie Edwards' gubernatorial sup port is not confined to republicans No, there are a good many "others" who would like to see Billie the repub lican candidate. The semi-annual disttibulion of the State school fund has been made. It amounts to forty-ilve cents per capita for each child of school ai e. Six months ago it was forty-three cents, and a year ago it was thirty-seven cents This is a good ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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