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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

JH.J. W. MAUUIUB, SPKC1A.LIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose an J Throat. AiUttv Scientlflrally Adjusted. Offloe tn Ma .onlc'lemple, Hutuhlnsou, Kama. MOCAL A Nil PBBAUMA4,. Lyons das a chorus which will sing :SA the Jubilee. James M. Beam has been awarded a pension of six dollars amontb. The city marshal is preparing to en force tbe bog and chicken ordinance. The republican congressional com mittee will meet in this city on March 4th to call a convention. j Dr. J. C. Hall acted as one of the judges at the State oratorical contest at Lawrence Friday niitbt. Rev. Venamon,of Osborn county and ex-sheriff, preached to the boys at the .Reformatory la.it Sunday. A charter was granted by the secre tary of state last week for the Brehrn .Mercantile Co., of this city. :Tbe St. John Truar. Company fur bished buyers for 300 dead of cattle to iS. T. Garth of Larned, last week. W. L. Fleener, ex clerk of tbe court of Kiowa county, was in town the fore jpnrt of the week, on a cattle deal. Mr. Hel...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

THE GAZETTE, I. tt. NITTLItTON CH. a. . Mirxumui, aui'ioa. BUTCHINSON, KAN3A1 KAKSAH ."TEM8 OF INTEREST. A new bishop will be selected next week at St Louis for the Diocese of Concordia. ' A Blue Mound merchant insinuates in his nd. that his competitors play "draw poker." Speaker Street of the house of rep resentatives is experimenting with cure for hog cholera. Emma Kelly, the Kansas girl who married rich in Klondike, sent her father in Kansas 8500 for a Christmas present. The officers stationed at Fort Leav enworth are said to be almost unanim ously in favor of war, reports to the contrary 'notwithstanding. The seed stores in Kansas are doing more business at the present time than ever before noted in the history of the state at this season of the year. Last week the Bank of Beloit and the First National bank, two of the oldest and firmest institutions of north west Kansas were consolidated. Thank beauteous heaven that the day is gone in Kansas when a man can put a theory at the e...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

I NO LONGER A OUR POLICY WiEfcMraBY INTERNATIONALAGRLtMENT Hawaii Will Be Anneixld by INTERNATIONAL AGREE.ME.NT TARIFF PFFORM MONETARY. REFORM a 1 NTERNATIONAL AGREltip HIGHFR WAGFS i ADCFP rPnPaTERNATIONALAGRL'i BETTER TlKES Rrnv-RAHY H I v ur i uw' (f M l DIINTHF GOVERMNTh I NT ERHSli HIP! Hfp! HOORAY! If this "International Agreement" monarch legislating for the ADDRESS TO POPULISTS. OUR REPRESENTATIVES IN CON GRESS ADDRESS THE PEOPLE. -Chairman Marlon Butler and Twenty, five J'opullgta Senator! and Kepr. sentatlveR Send out an Aitdreai to the People uud Advise a Union of Force. On Feb. 15 the populist senators and representatives in congress sent out the following addeess. The free silver democrats aud free silver republicans sent out separate addresses at the same time. "The conspiracy of gold and monop oly is nearing its culmination. Every advance it has made during the last twenty-five years has been by adroit and stealthy process. These would havo been impossible if it had n...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 March 1898

Big Salt AaTaloetXaw-retaca, IO.WBBNCB, Ksn., March 1.-A' petl ,'tioo of 1,000 pages in the suit of the state of Kansas against the city of Lawrence was filed by the state here this morning;. The suit is to recover U3,971 in bonds and 11,701 interest on -aaitersity bonds issued by the city and held by the state school fund. Exnelled tor Disorderly Conduct. Lawbbnck, Kan., March t The state university faculty expelled II. Davenport 8mith, a law student, be cause of alleged disorderly conduct at the oratorical contest Friday night Smith is charged with capturing the banner of Baker university and using -It for brushing shoes. Agalnat the Loud Hill. Topeka, Kan., March 1. J. W. Mor phy, of Topeka, secretury of the Kan gas State Editorial association, is re ceiving communications from the Kan sax members of congress expressing their condemnation of the Loud postal bill. TELKUKAl'IIIC HKKVITIKS. The house has passed the sundry civil appropriation bill. The president on the 1st nominated ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

0 '4 TT TT THIS OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOU08. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 10, 1893. NO. 27. iiti WRECK INQUIltY. A Statement That It Will Disclose Facts to Shock the Civilized World. MAINE BLOWN UP BY DESIGN Cwnnnn Hill fence Mensiire Kuh to I tllHt At the Scene ol the Wreck Cabinet Meeting General Order tu Troup. Chicago, March 8. The correspond ent of the Chicago Chronicle has tele graphed the following from Washing ton: The feellim In the inner circles of the admin istration Is that the country Is on the vwe of mur. Hostilities niuy bcrin next week or they tnuy be postponed as lute as the middle of April, but un outbreak c muot be lonn post poned. There is Kood authority for the state ment that congress will declare war against Spain soon after the report of the board of inquiry into the Maine disaster bus been made public. President MoKlnley has had in his possession since last night a trau scrlpt.ot the evidence taken ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

THE GAZETTE B. ft NKTTL.TTON CO i. . unTLUpuii. tunc HUTCHINSON KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. One Russell county stock man has lost twenty-seven head of cattle from blackleg. The fund of the John A. Martin mon- nment now amounts to over three hun dred dollars. ' A Dorcas Society social away out In Kearney county cleaned up $17 in one night last week. Two men at the town of Sedgwick have invented a lawn mover which does not displace the liver when the operator is pushing it ' If the Kansas university is to have a chair of journalism the contract should be made before all the good journalists go to Key West and Havana. A yonng man at Concordia with no fear of the Cubbison law before his eyea is wearing a hundred dollar dia mond which he recently won in a raf fle. State Treasurer Hefflebower says that the stale treasury will pay run ning expenses, but if a special session is called the state will go into the hole again. In being telepathic and intuitive in its public opinion, Kansas is uni...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

LEGISLATED AGAINST. A BRIEF HISTORY OF LEGISLA TION TO DOWN SILVER. Step by Step Since 1861 the Banker and Bondholders Hare Secured Law o Establish the Single Gold Standard and to Down Silver. When the civil war broke out the bankers of the United States and Eu rope sought to reap a harvest from the necessities of the nation by imposing onerous conditions for loans. But President Lincoln cut the knot and saved the country by the issue of legal tender government notes. The bankers took the alarm and held convention, which resulted in a de termination to discredit the govern ment issue and carry gold to a premi um. With the aid of a manageable senate the effort was successful, and by refusing to pass acts essential to the public safely, the senate compell ed the house to agree to exceptions by which the government notes would not be receivable for interest op bonds or for customs. Thaddeus Stevens, a true patriot, chairman of the commit tee of Ways and Means of the house, after days o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

Ibutcbinson feettc. lateral t the poi-tofflce in Hutchinson, Kansas, 8 aeoond olau matter. E. 8. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. IlBXS Or 4UBHOBIPTIOW, t.0OPYA C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDru-ggist F descriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Tiik infamy of tbe Loud postal bill finally fell upon its own bead and bu lied it beneath a heavy majority Even seventeen of the republican rep lesentatives voted against it. The sllenca of the Hon'. Sookless Simpson." says ttie Philadelphia Press "Is due to bis protracted job of ham mering out the dents made in b s breastplate and buckler oy Tom Reed." Rather an unfortunate simile. The dents could not be serious or Jerry would be making more than usual noise in hammering them out. Simpson's shafts went right through Heed's veneer armor plate. Cine in sati Enquirer. Tiik Spanish request for tbe recall of Consul General Lee at Havana and tbe prompt refusal by the president is rather a war like indication. However the immediate backdown and with...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

JJlt. J. W. MAGDIKK, 8PKC1A-L.IST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. m SrUntlrWllv Adtu8td. OlHoe In Ha ionic lemple, Hatuulnsoii, Kansas. LOCAL AMD PEKAONAL. W. D. Morrison editor of the Sterling Demo rat was a culler at this office Monthy Mr. Reichenberger, of Langdon piosperous farmer of that vicinity, paid A visit to the city last week. James Alphin, who has been in Jail for sometime for selling liquor was let out by the commissoners Tuesday. Mr. L. W. Bell, on E East, has been quite sick for sometime with pneu monia. At last reports he was begin Ding to reooyer slowly. Walter Ellis, of the Kingman Jour nal who drilled the Second lteniment minstrels, is entitled to much ciedit for the success of the show. 8!x towns are contesting for the county seat in Kay county, Oklahoma of which Blackwell fs one, and Kay Citv onlv a mile and a half distant is another. F. D Hornbaker. ot Lincoln town ship, was in Stafford county looking for some steers last week. But he con eluded they...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

Russia has forty-four thousand coal 'miners. ; Krnpp uses 1,000,000 tons of steal an 'anally. Asia buys Alabama pig iron. New York's post office employes 1754 lerks. No matter what you say to a chemist he always has a retort It is said that sixty languages are tspoken in the Empire governed by the Czur of Russia. A woman can pay her husband no greater compliment than to memorize hit poetry. Atlanta has a hotel in which the rooms are designated by the names of the states. It's a timo trying for a woman when she visits her dressmsker. Maine factories sold 3250,000 worth of wooden slippers in 1897.. In the orange fields of New Zealand the crop has been known to net as high as $1,000 an acre. People always laugh at the first man to follow a new fashion, and at the last one to adopt it. The city council of Chicago is legis lating against grade crossings within the corporate limits. Women forgive more than the men because they are always hunting up grievances to give. No matter how high a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

BIoodHumorG Spring is the Cleansing Season Don't Neglect Your Health You Need to Take Hood's Sarsa parllla Now. Spring is the season (or cleansing and renewing. Everywhere accumulations of waste are being removed and prepara tions for the new life of another season are being made. This is the time for cleans ing your blood with Hood's Sarsapa rllla. Winter has left the blood Impure. Spring Humors, Bolls, pimples, erup tions, and that tired feeling are the results. Hood's Sarsaparllla expels all Impurities from the blood and makes it rich and nourishing. It builds np the nervous system, creates an appetite, gives sweet, refreshing sleep and renewed energy and vigor. It cures all spring humors, bolls, pimples and eruptions. Mood's sPaS Is America's Greatest Medicine, f 1 ; six for 15. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. j j rii are theonly pills to take Mood S PUIS with Hood's Sarsaparllla. umcers ot me cruiser luuntgomerj report that 14,000 people are without food or shel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 March 1898

Assesaora' Meeting. The following are the mlnutea of the assessors meeting held on Monday last: ' Tue assessors met persuant to law at the office of the county clerk for the purpose of agreeing upon a basis of assessment of property both personal and real for the year 1808. The meet ing wus called to order by W. 8. Yea gef, county clerk, and Frauk Maguire of Clay township was elected chairman and A. Myers of Haven, secretary. It was moved and seconed that a com mittee of Ave be appointed by the chair to arrange the basis of assessment and Plif;mit their report ' at the afternoon k-bsIod. The mot!?!? pyaiM nd the Allowing committee" n'tls apiibliiUltl ifr n'Y0.,i nt ti;;;, r,.i,'.;bl;t;.' l'rarawell of Lincoln; Elmer Harton of Xjangdon: F. Firebauh of Albnno. j Meeting nil'ourned to meet at 2 o'clock p. ni. At 2 p. tn. the meetlut! Was called to Older by the chaiimah, roll call, report Of committee was lead and alter some discussion wus adopted as submitted. The following is the basi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 March 1898

1. TT TT I I I r ' If, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THR PKQPLE'S PAETY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 17, 1898. NO. 28. VOL.Q& MTT TT. IT O1 IMISlili It Would Occasion No Surprise if Spain Should Ask for Our Good Offices In Cuba. WESTERN TROOPS PREFERRED FOR CUBA The Friend of Tre. Home. Ha. Not Abandoned Hope That the Semite Amendment AVUI Be Favorably Anted (I Don The Poat Office Appropriation Bill. Washington, March 15. Spain is face to face with the question of ac ceptance of mediation by the United States. It would occasion no surprise here If, through Minister Woodford at Madrid or Minister Polo at Washing ton, Spain should within a rery short time express her desire for the exer cise of the good offices of this country. Spain has gone to the limit in making concessions. She has offered to sur render to Cuba all but the sovereignty. The Insurgents will not consider the terms, because they suspect the sin cerity of the mother country. Hen...

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

HE BROUGHT IT FROM .THE WORLD'S FAIR. And kept it The great World's fair, at Chicago, In 1893, while it gave pleasure to many, gave pain to not a few as an indirect result 01 their visit to the White City. People were lured along the miles ol wonderlul exhib its by the new marvels that met the gaie at every step, and did not realize their exhaustion until they dropped into a chair in aome breeiy corner by the lake, and "cooled off." That's whai began the trouble, in many cases. Of one such case, Mrs. L. W. Stevens, Fort Fairfield, Me., writes: "My husband took severe cold and cough two years ago last October time of the World's Fair, which we attended. This cough lasted over two years, was accom panied by spitting of blood, and nothing could be found to help him, although vari ous remedies were tried. Several doctors were consulted, but their prescriptions afforded no relief. Finally, I saw an ad vertisement of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in my paper and prevailed upon my hus band to...

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 March 1898

neriea s The following Is a characteristic Hood's Sarsaparilla testimonial. Facts like these have made flood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine and en deared it to thousands of homes scat fared all over this broad land. "We like to tell what Hood's Barsapa rilla has done for us. Our four children bad diphtheria. From the very first our dttle boy Ralph, then seven years old, was Pf fN P0 ' f2 Is America's Greatest Medicine because It accomplishes wonderful cures Sold by all druggists. $1, six for 83. Prepared only by C. L Hood & . -if 1 The Best Saddle Coat. SLICKER Keeps both rider and saddle per- fa-tlv rirv In ihm K...ct - a M-J) Substitutes wllldlsappolnt. Ask for 1097 risn nrana rommei sucker It iS entlrptVTIPW. I nntfnr cala In your town, write for catalogue to .041 n. 1 uwck, nosion, Mass, (pj'-s, , nDflDCV NEW DISCOVERY: ! , L g J v9 I quick relief andcurea worst cane. Send for book of testimonials and 10 days' treatment Free. Dr.H.u.iiitkKvs soss, auaau, Ua. THE ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 March 1898

Tbutcblnson 0a3Ctte. Intersil t the postofflue in Hnlohinsou, Kansas, 8 second olaas matter. E.S. NETTLETON CO. Preprletort. ItntMB or duasoaiPTioN. 1.00 pin Ya Mm C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tlie Druggist F escriptiona a Specialty. Jforth Main Street flutcbinBOD SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICT CONVENTION A convention of the people's party of tbe Seventh congressional district is hereby called to meet at Hutchinson Kansas, on Thursday, May 19th at ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of nom inating a candidate for Congress. The basis of representation in said con Tent ion shall be two delegates St large for each county in the district and one delegate fot every 200 votes or major fraotion thereof cast for the Hon Jerry Simpson for Congress in 18!)(, no county to have less taan three del egates. Under this apportionment the coun ties are entitled to delegates as follows: Harbcr 8 MuPhcrson 14 Barton 10 (Mark !1 Cum mche 3 Edwards 4 7inney 4 Jor.1 5 irant 8 Hrsy H Greeley 3 Hamilton 8 Harper R Harv...

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

JQR. J. W. MAOCIKK. SHKCIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Glauses 8clentlni'allyAdJist'd: Omce In M . iouIc. Temple, Hutublnson, Kamu. , " LAVAL AND PMMIKAL. Mr. Ward Is building a new carriaue shop on South Main. Waverly Albright came in tram Siaf iord Monday evening for a nhorl visit City politics is mightj quiet consid ering the nearness of the election in this city. T me to get a move. Earnest Raukin, of Stafford county is visiting his uncle Mr Leinbty of Lincoln township. He madeapleasaut call at this office Mrs. Fred Bussing, of Bernal, will her son, started forFountaiu Oklohnma last week where she Is holding down a half section of land. Mrs. Cofftnau, who charged Mrs. Ely with assaulting her and delivering ev eral knife cuts, is now under arrest for assaulting and knocking down Mrs Ely. We would be glad to have the old al liance men of former days call at this office. There is a business matter we would like to talk toyou about. It may be to your profit. Chest...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. K. . NITTLItTON a CO. a. a. bittlst, aoi'toa, 'HDTCHINSON. KANSAS When Actor Katcllffe begins his lat est engagement he will have the satis faction of knowing that he is not the only one in the cast. If we had nothing to pardon or to he pardoned, we might appear to be more perfect than we are, but we 6hould in fact be less so. What strikes us in beauty is that which we did not expect to find from anything we had seen before; a new arrangement of excellent parts. W. H. Stevenson, one of the best known men in Connecticut, has joined the Salvation army and presented it with a check for $5,000. Let the good work go on. A pleasing Incident of the cotton mills strike in New Bedford was the "idle hours" recreation furnished to strikers through the efforts of one of the city pastors. Reading, games, mu sic and other forms of wholesome en tertainment were provided In two halls, and all were welcome who would re frain from discussing the strike or other labor matters while presen...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 March 1898

NIT ED STATES ARMY MOVING. Concentration of Forces on Atlantic Coast. Secretary Alger Creates the Department of the Gulf General Order Issued The West Will Soon Be Without Troops Except Where In dian Uprising Is Likely Great Activity in, the War .. Department MortarWorks Working Night and Day. I The war department, which up to the present time has been engaged largely in carrying out the policies of defense ar ranged before the prospect of war was seriously considered, on Saturday took ac tion and made preparations the signifi cance of which cannot be misunderstood. Heretofore the preparations of the mili tary branch of the executive government have proceeded on a basis that It was well to have every feature under Its control In .perfect order for whatever might occur. Now, however, knowledge of what the war department Is doing and intends to do, considered in connection with the activ ity in every branch of the naval service, shows the war now actually exists. . More important than...

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 March 1898

THE MILD POWER CURES, II aa ' That tho disease of domettlo ani. mala, Horsk. Carnal, Bheit. Dooa, I H008, and Poultry, in cured by Hamakrwye Veterinary pecl gtea, la a tru ai that people ride on railroads, end measatrea by telegraph, or tow with sewing machine. It la aa Irrational to bottle, ball and bleed animals la order to cure them, aa It la to take passage la a aloop from New York to Albany. Uwd In- the best atablea and recommended by the 17. 8, Army Cavalry Officer. taVSOO PASS BOOK on treatment and eareol Domestic! AnJjnale, tad liable, chart Jnoonted on roil era, lent k4. VETERINARY curhs J Fevers, tn,iona, liillaruraailon. .A,A. 1 faplnnt MeulnBiiiM, 9111k Fewer. Hi B.-fitralnn, Lumeuesa, Kheuinutiaiii !. C Distemper, Ntisul Discharges. I). I). Mots or (.'rube. Worms. E, E. -Coughs, lleuvcs, Pnotininniiu F. F.-Oollt' ir Urine. Bcllyuchrt tJ, G.-Mlsi'ttrriiiiii-, ileuioii huge. H.II.-!.frlnary and Kidney Disease, t, I. -Eruptive DinrnMe, .11 nunc-. 3. K.-Diseases of Digeathn...

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