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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

TT TT i t t L Organ op the people's party and farmers' alliance op reno county. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1898. NO. 34. VOL. 8. AtTT Yf Tf inn UK The Spaniards in Cuba Being Cut Off from AH Communication Outside of the Island. FRIGES OF FOOD 60 UP IN HAVANA Th Silent Cordon of the Uolted State Wnrxhlps Hglnnln to Be Felt In Cubs'i Chief CltT-The War Oepartmrut at WanhlnKton to Send military euppllea to Gen. Gomes. Washington, April 20. To the mili ry mind of Lieut Gen. John M. Scho- field is due largely the masterly be' ffinnintr of the war against Spain There is a naval strategy board, com posed of experts of the navy depart ment. The members sit dally. They form plans and make recommenda tions. There is a war council, com posed of the highest officials of the war and navy departments.' This body passes upon measures to make most effective the offensive and the de fensive plans. Buttl.e commander-in- chief of the army and navy is at- the white house. His military advi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

THE GAZETTE, I. u. NrnxirroN CO. m. . imnuirua, sui'ioa, HUTCHINSON 1 .a: KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF rNTEEST. For the first time the Linn ounty jail is without an occupant. From April It to -July 4, 1808, wolf scalps will be good for 51.50 apiece in Pawnee county. If yon don't believe that the farmers of Kansas are prospering, ask the man agers of the lumber yards, The crying need of the hour -at En terprise is a rock pile. Tramps are flocking north and are beooming alto gether too numerous there. A farmer drove into Jewell City the other day with fourteen loads of hogs, and drove home again with fourteen loads of lumber for a big new barn. A close study of the situation at Atch ison leads the Globe there to announce that the new woman, unlike the arti cle of '01, docs not urge her husband to go to war. Andy Richards of Wellington recent ly exposed some fake stove peddlers in his paper at Wellington, and was as saulted by the peddlers. They were arrested and fined. The funniest thing of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

INTERNATIONAL M2S3 ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XXVII. (Continued.) "Dear Dlc!i," , murmured Dorothy. "Yes, he is perfection. He did hate so to go and leave me, but he had to go, he had such a good appointment of fered him, he did not dare refuse It. Still, he hated to go and leave me, Just now especially. What he would say If he knew about Barbara, I can't think. I don't think I would tell him, would you?" "Not till all is over," answered Es ther. "It would only worry him for nothing. By-the-bye, what is he like?" "Oh," and Dorothy looked round for Dick's portrait. "Oh, here he Is," hold ing It out to her cousin. Esther Brand took it and looked at It attentively for a long time, sipped her tea, and looked again and yet again. "' ''Well," said Dorothy, impatiently. "I like him," said Esther, "he looks good and true, and he is a handsomo man, too a fine, honest-looking, man ly man. Yes, I like him you're a lucky little girl, Dorothy." "So I think," answered Dorothy, proudly, "and Dick is jus...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

Ibutcbinson Gfoett Entered at the poctoffice In Hnehlnnon, Kansas, as tecoufl cls matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. flRMS Of dtJlSCBIPTIOS, 1.W C. E. SIDLINGKR, rjescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street . Hutchinson POPULIST STATE CONVENTION. There will be a State Convention of tbe people's party held in the city of Topeka, Wednesday, June 15, 1898, at 10 foi the purpose of nominating can didates for Associate Justice, Congress' man at Large, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Au ditor, State Treasurer, Attorney Gen eral, Superintnaent of Public Instruc tion, the election of a state central com mittee' and the transaction of aucb other business as may be necessary. The basis of representation will be one delegate and one alternate from each county for every 250 votes or ma jor fraction thereof, cast for W. E Bush for Secretary of State in lSitC, provided that no couuty shall have less than two delegates. Upon this basis tbe several counties will he enti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

JQR.J. W. MAWUIKE,' SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. .GlaseoSclentlftctlly Adjusted. Offloe In Ma oiilc temple, Hutuhlntou, KnueM. LOCAL AND PEKAUflAl.. 'Captain Ilayden has relumed after a years stay in the west. E. M. Broughton has gone to Mon tana foi a visit to bis children. Mr. tt. B Hurst, of Haven, was in town Tuesday. He leaves soon f. r the trlp. g B. Underwood's cae for robbery Las been continued till the next term ot court. War excii i-im i! tnd war talk doesn't prevent the M .;' . I Jubilee work from pushing ittfll' u'mw- H. Fierce went to Raymond Sunday eight to attend the funeral of bis broth ier-in-Iaw, Mr. Hartiuan. The list of the volunteers from th's city contain the names of some of the most intelligent and progressive young men of the place. Mrs. Dr. Robertson received notice of ber appointment as attendant at the Topeka insane assylum Saturday. This ss a good appointment. A number of the jurors who are at tending court, are getting restless ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

It is enough to tulcc the starch out If a man to know that every girl for ivhoin he has bought ice cream will at 5 i:ue time (five the impression that she ivfuscd t marry him. At this season of the year. "married men herd together because they know thev all smell equally of camphor (Mils. The first thin ? the average girl says tfter a man has proposed to her is, oh. that she feels as if she must have loved him all her life. House cleaning probably originated s an excuse for the women to find a iot irf their husband's old clothes that '.hey put away last year. If a man does his duty by his family. 1e has a repair shop in the barn and .pends half of every Sunday in it mak ng shelves arid mending furniture. We talk a greut deal about the char-n-teristics of the Spanish, as if we had .ived in with them all our lives, but we will admit that all we know about them is gathered from eating Spanish anions, and picking out the Spanish fandango on a guitar. Don't Tobacco Spil and Smoke Your Li...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

Uncle ' Sam Says: This Is America's Greatest Spring Medicine. Take It Now to Sharpen Your Appetite, Vitalize Your Blood, To Overcome ThatTIred Feeling. Go to your druggist and get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla and be gin to take It today, and realize at once the great good it is sure to do you. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Spring Medicine. The weather clerk has got his trol ley re-adjusted. About the only income some families have is babies. A wrong never seems to get strong enough to get right. You can never estimate a man by tha opinion of his neighbors. It's a pity that a man can't dispose of his experience at cost. The saloon in politics supplies the machine with ball-bearing. The servant girl is surrounded by perils, seen, unseen and kerosene. The man who is invariably parading his humanity is worthy of watching, it is said. Educate Your Bowels With Gaacarets Candy Cathartic,- cure constipation forever. 10c. 'Sc. II C. C. C. fall, druggists refund money Fame's ra...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 April 1898

THE MILD POWER CURE3. E3UPPH KEYS' That ths dlMuci of domestic anl- null, Houses, Cattle, Siiur, Doas, Hogs, ltd Focltrt, are cured by ii.hrT Taterlaarr 8aeel to, to u true as Hurt people ride on railroads, mad messages by telegraph. Of eow with sewing machines. It la as Irrational to bottle, bell end bleed anlmala io order to cure them, as It Is to take passage In a sloop from New York to Albany. Used In the best stables and recommended by the V. 8. Army Cavalry Offlcem. MTSOO PAGE BOOK on treatment and eareoi Domestio Animals, and stable chart mounted on roller, aant free. VETERINARY CUBES j Fever. Congestions, Inflammation, A. A. ISplnnl IHeulna-ltl, BlilU Fever. B. B.-Htralnn, Lumeuni, Rheumatism C. C.-I)lHtcmper, Xiisul Disi-burgea. 0. It. Bole or Grab, Wornn. 1. E.-Couilia, llenvee, Pneumouln, V. F.-t'nlio or (ii-lpen. Hcllyaihe. O. fi.-Miiti-aiTliiiie, lleiiiurrlmtie. H.H. I'rliiar-y and Kidney Diseases. I. I. -Eruptive DNcaxe-4, Mange. J. K.-DiseawH of I)luell n. Stable Cams...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 May 1898

4 ''e THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAf 5, 1898. NO. 35 vol. a vxsr j Ay r AAy m A CHEAT VICTORY. Ihe Spanish Fleet at Manila Suffers Defeat. IflE SPANISH FLAGSHIP DESTROYED. TliO Fli'Kt Naval 1 iijcugeuteut of the IIliuiuo AiuerU'MU Keculte lu a Decisive Victory For Uncle Saui. London, May 3. The details of the battle of Manila have been received here at the British colonial office. The,y came in two cable 'messages, received Sunday evening, the ub etance of wJiivh has been furnished to the AsstAiiated i'ress by the offi cials of the colon I office. The first cable dispatch announces that the United Suites fleet entered Manila harbor at daybreak Sunday, Stationing itself opposite the city. A fort opened fire on the American sfhips, whereupon they shifted their position to one near Cavite, in Manila bay, engaging In a fierce fight against both the forts and the Spanish fleet. The engagement there lasted t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 May 1898

THE GAZETTE k. a, HimiroN a co. HUTCHINSON. KAN8AI KANSAS II EMS OF INTEREST. , Measles appsar to b pretty well scattered over the state just now. The measles are said to be spreading through Kansas with the pace of the war fever. The old Roman spirit is being re vived in Kansas. Six state senators want to go to war. . Every week a car of eggs Is shipped from St. Marys, and it takes 61,200 eggs to make up such a load. In Cheyenne county there is a man who advertises that he will tan the peelings of dogs and wolves. Vleits is to have a bank, and as all the buildings in town are occupied now, one will be erected for it A battery of artillery has been or ganized in Jewell county with stove pipes mounted on corn cultivators. Neodesha's new 810,000 issue of bonds for a municipal natural gas plant have been registered by the State Auditor. Cris Kiser, the Mitchell county man who milks seventeen cows and patron izes the creamery, received $00 from them during the past month. In Erie a patr...

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

... S HOTK.On March Z!lh last. Captain Siatbte caao Inter-Ocean publuhea a cartoon entltlcil, "Hold on! Leave that piece slaudiwj, we may want to use it later.' By the force of the Cuban resolutions, recognizing tho right to independence of the people of Cuba, In alstad upon by democrats, populists and free republicans, Mark Hanria and his wing of the republican party became the first victims of their own Infamy. Had the president's policy of Intervention been carried out, Hanna and his Wall street conferees would now be writing a constitution for Cuba a constitution that would forever enslave the people of that Island to the money power. The stand taken by the free silver senate has added a chapter to the turies. Those republicans who broke away from Hanna & Co. to Join the bimetallic forces have sounded the death knell of the Infamy of boodle that gives life to the republican party today. In 1900 they will be fighting side by side with the allies they have sought on a day frau...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 May 1898

Ibutcbtnson (Sa3ette. BEntered t the postofllce In Haiokineon, Kansas, as s-ouuu class matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. Cbrms or duiaoBiPTioH, p, T C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST STATE CONVENTION. There will be a State Convention of the people's party held in the city of Topeka, Wednesday, June 15, 1808, at 10 foi the purpose of nominating can Iidates for Associate Justice, Congress man at Large, Governor, Lieutenant dovernor, Secretary of State, State Au ditor, State Treasurer, Attorney Gen eral, Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, the election of a state central com' mittee and the transaction of such other business as may be necessary The basis of representation will be one delegate and one alternate from each county for every 250 votes or ma jor fraction thereof, cast for VV. E. Bush for Secretary of State In 1896, provided that no county shall have less than two delegates. Upon ibis basis the several coun...

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

jyn. J. W. MMiUIRB. SPECIALIST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Tliroat. CUsiCT Scientifically Adjusted. Offlo In M onlc Temple, Hatuhlnaou, KautM. LOCAL, AND PEKAOMAl,. W. II. Griffith of 8tafford is vlsitinfi In Hutchinson. The band gave a concert last night at the Midland hotel. A. M. Donald was in the city Tues day from McPberson. Less than a month ana then the Jubilee, war or no war. T. J. Carpenter of Abbyvllle was in II utchi nson for a few days. Mrs. Anna Gillett of Kansas City is in our city for a short visit. A. A. Uolcoroh of Kansas City is in our city transacting business. Bruno Mantele, who has been seri ously ill, is reported to be improving a little. On May 19th Mr. William Allen White, of Emporia will lecture to the graduating class. C. B. Xoung, superintendent of the Wells, Fargo Express Company, was a -visitor in this city Monday. G W. VVinans will deliver the class address to the graduates of the Stafford school at the commencement exercises. District court close...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 May 1898

Every time yon avoid doing wrong you increase your inclination to do that which is right. Now that it is against the law to kill teal duck, more of them are coming to town than ever. ASTHMA'S PROGRESS. From Cold to Cure. No relief in other remedies. There are many medicines that palliate asthma. There are few that do more than relieve for a time the oppressed breathing of the sufferer. There are few diseases more troublesome and more irritating than asthma. It Interferes alike with business and with pleasure. It prevents enjoyment of the day and makes the night a terror. A remedy for asthma would be hailed by thousands as the greatest possi ble boon that could be offered them. There is a remedy for asthma. Dr. J. C. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has cured hundreds of cases of this disease, and testimonials to its efficacy from those who have tried the remedy are multiplying with every year. The cases presented in the testimonials that follow, may be taken as exemplifying the quick and radi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 May 1898

Sirperieiice And Not Experiments, Should b Your Aim In Buying Medlclno. Let other experiment; jrou ihould be guided by experience. Experiment aire uncertain In result; experience U lure. Experiments may do yoa harm; experi ence prove that Hood' SariapetfiUa will do you wonderful good. Tbousandi gladly tell wbat Hood' bas done for them. They wast yoa to know and they urge yoa to try It. That I what I meant by the vat number of testimonial written in behalf of Hood' Straparllla. They give the re alt of experience and prove that Er300Cl S pariUa Is America's Greatest Medicine. Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for I. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills KVA The people never get at the sense ol a subject until it has been discussed at least two years. One firm in Sweden makes 21,000,000 candles yearly. Denton, Tex., is to have a 5,000-spin-die cotton factory. The Massachusetts electric lines are going into the express business. Massachusetts textile mills produce , 8200,000,000 worth ol gooas a ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 May 1898

THE UtUD POWER CURES. S3UT.1PHREVS' Thjit the diseases of domestic ub mail, EoBsxa, Cirri, 8a Mr. Doos, Hooa, and Pocltrt, an caret by Ilainphrey' Veterlaarr Sped. ea,!a true a that people ride oa railroads, sand messages by telegraph, or wow wttk sewing WaoUtnea. It la u Irrational to bottle, ball and bleed animal In order to cure them, ai It la to take passage in a aloop from New Fork to Albany. Died In the beet stables and woemmended by the II. 8. Army Cavalry (MUcers. tftOO PAGE BOOK on trssuaant and careol Domeatlo Animal, aad suble chart mounted on roller, tent free. VETERINARY GUBis I Kerens, Congestions, Inflammation, A. A. I Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fover. B. B. Strains, Lameness, Rheumatism C. C Distemper, Nasal Dischargee. D. D. Bote or Urubs, Worma. K. E.-t'oughs, Heaves, Pneumonia. F. F. Colic or (J ripen. Di'llyncbe. O. O. Miscarriage, Hemorrhages. n.H. Urinary and Kidney Disease. I. I. Eruptive Diseases, Mange. J. K.-Diseusi'S of Digestion. Stable Case, with Specific, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 May 1898

f TT' IT TT -TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS,' THURSDAY MAf 12, 1898. NO. 36. vol.' a MI A RECORD BREAKER. Dewey's Victory at Manila With out a Parallel. THE SPANISH FLEET DESTROYED. Fori C'avlta DemolUliod and Captured ( -Dewey's Sblp Only Slightly , luJured-ElKbt of III Men . Wounded. Hong Kong, May 10. Among natal teen, military 'men nd civilians, Eu lopwrna and natives, here .to-day, here la only one subject of disoua ion, the brillian't, droning, annikilat htr victory of the America! fleet un d.r Commodore Dewey .over the Span ish fleet commanded toy Admiral Mc.ntejo in Manila bay on Sunday May 1. Owing to the fact that the cable be tween this port and the Philippine is lands was not in working order, hav ing been cut, it is eald, some distance frw.n the capital of the islands, there has been delay in obtaining a detail ed Account of the battle, and ftu-ts an the case were only available wlwrn the United Stait...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 May 1898

This is the season when a fruit tree bursts into blossom and raises a man's hopes to heaven. In a few months later he gathers one or two worm beats. We know a man who has enough in dustry and ability in his line to make a conspicuous success, if his fool ways didn't keep him down. The Death Bate. While it is quite true that the pro portion of deaths from malaria, as on Immediate cause is proportionately small," yet physicians are thoroughly convinced that it causes maladies of a fatal character, and begets dangerous nervous prostration. This malady is eradicated and prevented by Hostel ler's Stomach Bitters. No man who is in love can appreciate good joke because all jokes 60und funny to him. There mav be Wars and rumors of War, but cur darliiiR little liable may Hicken and die unless we xv Dr. Muff ett's TKE'i'ilIN A(T-tli-Intc Powders. Tkethiha Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels and uiukes leutulox Ms;. Love is like a bee; if you pull its ting out it dies. Don't Tobacco Spit and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 May 1898

Bad Eruptions oro Bnrte Out and Discharged Out HowTa Cwred Myion hd eruption and goretn all (tea whlok continned to grow "worse in iplte o! midlchiea. The sores dischtrged . great omI. Jt friend Tvhoee child bad been cored of similar trouble by Hood's Bans par Ills advised me to try it. 1 began firing the boy this medicine and be was soon getting better.' He kept -on taking it until he was entirely cured and be has never bean bothered with -eruptions since." MB.iEvADOLBEAKE,Horton,Ill. food's ! parllla .America's Greatest Medicine, fljelilar IS. .Prepared only by C I. Hood a Co., Lowell, Mass. unArt)c 'Dillc are the bent afterminnet .nOOU S tflUS puis, aid dlgeaUon. Jttc. Heart wisdom is ahead of book learn 'lug. The grumbler 'blows out 4ihs -own .lamp. The man who thinks always leads the crowd. The small' boat -should keep near the . shore. If you can't 'be a -sun, don't be -a cloud. No-To-'Bao for 'Fifty Cents. . Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strong, blood pure 60c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 May 1898

Tftutcbinson (5a3ette. Entered t the postofnee In Hutchinson, Kansas, ae ttuuuu class matter. B.0.NETTLETON CO. Prsprletsrs. (nM of iriiomipnoii, tlM n Yia C. . SIDLINGER, The Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST STATE CONVENTION. There will be a State Conveution of the people's party held in the city of Topeka, Wednesday, June 15, 1898, at 10 foi the purpose of nominating can didatet for Associate Justice, Congress man at Large, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, state Au ditor, State Treasurer, Attorney Gen eral, Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, the election of a state central com mittee and the transaction of such other business as may be necessary. The basis of representation will be one delegate ami one alternate from each county for every 250 votes or m&- jor fraction thereof, cast for IV. E. Busb for Secretary of State In 1806, provided that no county shall have less than two delegates. Upon chis basis the several ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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