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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

BPH101AI..IWT, .n Diseases of Eye, Eur, Nose anJ Throat, Glasaes Hrlentlfloally AnJnMna. OrDaa la Ma uulu Jemula, JluUihlnsoii, Itauaaa. LOCAL ARB rEHAOHAl.. Fletcher Meredith ts suffering from rheumatism. Mrs. E. U. Woods started to Buffalo and other points in New York lust Tuesday. A. M. Nettleton of this olllce has tteen spending a week In Tawnee and Stafford counties. Chac. f. Dawson and Professor Jackson no to Mead Saturday where they will Instruct in the county nor dial. . W. D. Fisher's little boy, who whs run over by an ice wagon last week and badly hurt, Is Improving and able to get around some. . Letters of administration were Is sued to Mrs. Lena A. Dettor In the es tate of 0. W. Detter of Enterprise township, July 14th. Mr. and Mm. Geo. F. Klrchner are " here visiting Mrs. Klrchner's brother, :bas. P. Dawson. They are on their way from Pittsburg, Kansas to Den ver, Colorado. Mr. II. Fierce and G. Polk Cllne of .Larned, went to ElDorado Monday to argue an appeal tor a cli...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

Tim mli.ikl.nr who ivrlliMt out 111 Mir- jtiouk li tuoro opt to realise, their length. 1 Tli In vorld would bo u paradise If people were us gopa oh weir pictures look, llesuty I lllliod lp Wean blood means n clean iililn, No orsuty without II. Ciimiiri'ln, Cniidy Cs tliurllii drain your blooil mid keeps It tieim. by stirring up tlir luny llvor nrtii frlvlnn till liiiiirilli front the body. Ho In in-iliiy toliinlli pimples, holla, bloloh I, liliirkbcmls, mill tlmt sllcky bilious omplcxlnn by liikliiK I'sarnrets, bounty or liv. All ilsugglsta, utinfuulloii guur. inked, 10c, aii), MIc, One foolish, indulgent mother makes troulilu for ever other finally In town whore her daughter vlnlts, , no tnsnsromrvirrwirn mm nana MM3iajumMMMMJimMsiLuijMMmm. m. mmm t c :: ec m Shi:. Mr is like a plant. What makes the plant fade and wither? Usually lack of ncosHary nourishment. The reason why Dr. Ayor's Huir .Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its normal color, stops hair from falling, nnd makes it...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

You Can Get Tired Tj working bird, sad then jroo cen gt rested again., But If Joa ire tired til the thus It means tbit your blood Is poor, You Dwd to tales Hood's Barsaperllla, the great curs (or that tired feeling becaos It It the greet enrloher end vllallrer of the blood. You will find . appetite, nerve, tuental cud dlgeetlv etreuglh in Hood's Sarsaparilla Amerloa'l OreaUiilMcdlolne. Hood's Pills eure ueueea, ludlgeition. KM, Cut glass would bo more popular 11 lusters would out price. FROM TORONTO TO QUEBEC. oeeethlug Aboat Attractive Fleaeenre Trip an Row to Make It. The famoue Canadian corporation, the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company, baa lnued a Guide Hook, en titled "Niagara to the Sea," which mar be had by writing to the general offlcea of the company, 288 St. Paul street, Montreal, Canada, and which anyone who may be thinking of mak ing a pleasure trip through Lower Canada this summer will And It ad vantageous to consult The handsome and oommodlous steamboats of tha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

rHOM CAMT THOMAS). Tli following It IrttM- from former nail knowo minister to Mr. B. F.Tucker Of J.inooln towpshlp. It should hsva iv been printed 1t week but wss unavoid ably crowded out. J)ar Brother and Blitar Tucker: I ba Have we owe you letter. J udson tud I weut to Camp Thomas yesterday and apant the day with Willie Duke end tome other boyi we knew. We Hayed until ' evening to wlluen tbe regiment ou dreaa parade. I wanted Judann to see them, lie mid It wai the flcettt eight be ever eaw, I Hte a regular army dinner with Willie We mt Mrmlille of the bench and hud our diunt-1 between us. We had lltfht brewl oclTee, beiins, beef and pork and it was all veiy yond. While we were eating, u boy i, our liy suited me how I thnuiihl I would like being a lohller. I told him 1 had nerved thiee jeiua and knew pielty Well what It meuut, They were niuaten (I yesterday for pay and will toon be pulil dh. They have a nice place to ciimp mid they keep everything clean and nice., Company E in note...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 July 1898

( 4 ro. 'Oil o, TUB OFFICIAL OROAN OP TUB PKOPLO PARTY AND FARMERS' ALL1ANCB OF RKNO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TflCKSDAlY JULY 28, 1893. NO. 47. VOL. 8. Mr WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Chicago Civic Federation Iimusrur atoB it Now Movement RATIONAL CONFERENCE CALLED FOR. Tlq lniillle PurpiiM l 10 IHcii lk I'lilurw Porrlun Folky ol'tlio I iillmt Mul-I It H Fuill ten I Koln'lliu. flilcuifo, July 20. Tin- Civic Fed rriiiiim nf ( lileiitfo lui icKiii'il Cllll (or II lllltloiiul COIlfl'I'lfllOl', to fcu ilielil lit Sarutogii Spring, X. Y., August 10 and 20, to diseuiu the fu ture foreign policy of 'lie United Stiiten. Thin cull U signed by over 1,000 men from rvcry stu.tt! In the Union. The onll says: "The undersigned deem It deslrsbls tliu't a iintlonul conference be con vened nt nn early duy to consider the future foreijrn policy of the Unit ed HMiIch, The wur wlili Spain gives promise of the overthrow of Spanish power In Culm, I'orto Hlco, the Phil ippine nnd other of that country's coloniul ...

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 July 1898

f. , i .0 . ,.0 The Invasion of Porto Rico Now to Begin In Earnest. CAN HOLD HIS LANDING POINT, "'""""'Tro'opt' Hurried 'Forward' to Reinforce Vnt Kapedltlon Aggreaalva Cain. . piUju O-n-Wliau Muuisut Couuia.. to Htrlke, . , 1' J If. Htrlkr, It Will III) Done With Vigor, WAMii.s'ofoH, July' 5S.--tf'WM Mild riy f ,t tlie war dcpiirtmcnt yesterday that y v no nowif can le expected fromnny of 1 ' flclnl source an to tlcnc-rsl Miles' I movements until to-'luy at the curliest. It Is calculated that ho had arrived :K''f ltst ulyht at tho point on tho const of Torto Klfo selected Bm thy rendujs-ou 'x ' i for al( I ho yesstds of thu expedition. Whether or not ho will undertake to niako a landing In ndvanuo of thu ar rival of tho whole, expedition will de pend entirely upon conditions an ho ; , Amis them. 1 Should there hu no Hpjin Ish force, or at least an lnconsiduruhla one, on tho coast, tho troops will bo landed to relluvo them from tho disas trous effects of bolnjf confined closely on s...

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 July 1898

i, , i- it-' ,-'" " 1 '-i'i A , I' K All, I II I I I If II ' I -'Jl, i I ( l i , 'I ! ' I I' ! hurt nl 5'i'tJ..v 1 1 1 !) ii..'! :I .r, ,'i Weak Stomach Ben.ltlvt to every little Indiscretion In sating, evtn to sipotura to draughts and to ovar-ptrsplratlon this condition li pleasantly, positively ind permanently overcome by lib mtglo tonlo touch ot Hood' Bar.aperllUt, which morally "makes vuk stomaoha strong,"- It alto racial tn tppttltt makea you feel real hungry, and drive away til symptoms ot iyipapsla. Btsursto get, '.;; ' , . Hood's Sarsaparlila America's Greatest Medicine. .All druggists. Hood's Pills curtail liver Illi. iiocenti. ilr TASTELESS HI DLL IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 60 ctS. OaIATU, lU4.,KoV. II, 1W fcrf.MatctntC.,St.Louls, Mo. ,,.. , Oenileiiieni-wt sold Is.t er, 0 bottle, of OIIOVK'B TAHTKLKHS CHILI. TONIC suit bare bousht three gross iry HiU yesr. ' ' iwrleuce o( 1 yeers, In Ui drug ,ar sold an article tint gsve Sinn universal eatle. MUWt.fvuri....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 July 1898

IfoutcbtiKJon (3a3tte. Hntered l the poetoStoe In Hutchinson, Baneat , u aeoond olui rentier. 1.8. NETTHTON a CO. freprlelefl. ram finwl orduascsiroox, l.oo rinYiA C. E. SIDLINGER, TiieIDru.ggist r.'eBcrlptloni a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Cblef Justice, Governor, M.II.ALI.KN, J, W. I.EEDY, ("cffcy County Lieutenant Uovernor, A, M, HAnVET. Bhawnee County Heorctary of State, W.I, HUSH, Jewell County Treasurer, D. II. HEFKLEIIOWER, Miami Comity Attorney General I, C. IIOYLK, llniirbon County Auditor) W. II.AIOHIllH, Cherokee County CONGUKHfrUONAI... Congrcsfroau-at'Large, J. I). IIOThlX, Wllion County Congressman, Heventb District, JEBHY SIMPSON, o( Burner County PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION. A delegate convention of ttie people's party of lteno county will be held In the city of Hutchinson, on Thursday, August 11, 1808, to be culled to order at the court bouse at 10:00 o'clock a. m. for orgalnlzlng and appointment of committees, after which It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 July 1898

-JTJR. J. W. MAOUIHB, H Y KOI A LI S'V, ..n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noo anJ Throat. OUHrotRi lrntini'tllr AdjuatiMl, OfflM In Ht uiilo ivoiMlt, lluluMnrou, HiiiMI John Rose Is In Indium on business. Judge Frank Martin returned Sat urday night from his trip to New York, Washington nd other polnti east. Tbe Reformatory board la now In session completing Its annual report ttnd allowing ttie regular monthly bill. Mrs. A I. IJutler and family moved to Lawrence thu first of the woak where Miss EIU will attend the itute university. Some pilferer entered the residence of 11. 0. Brown on Fifth avenue Last Thev found Mr. Urown's pants but nothing else. Mr. Z. C. Sllsbee, formerley a pro gresslve grocer of this city, now of Wichita, was looking after business here Tuesday. Mrs. John K ukul held the lucky number und got the bin steel sixty dol lar range at Mc Klnstrv's, whl'h he advertised for some lime, it Is a line stove. Sam Grayblll and Arthur Asher were out near Partridge Tuesday look ins af...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 July 1898

II fi jV ) f, 'I ft.iW J'i.iI M'u I '' iiM-tl i ,1"; ir , ---7 THE GAZETTE. E. 0, NIETTLETON A CO. , C O. Nktti.HHH, lid. , WTCUIiNSON,''- KANSAS. V ITEM OF INTEREST. ' .w" ,.. . , A water WorWii plant In bnlnp placed s cnrc.i-i; , jTopi-ka lU 'won have a 120,000 lo- cpmutlve works, '! "'The podhcnd ruins have tiejfun to $ In ICwum. ' ! tWetHngion had a ierapurace ttectjnj; rcoonily. . ' ' 1 . , .,. ."''Ill' ; 1 , iThetiintWtslWs have! perfected a 1at orfriiti(wtlon, - ' w Leavenworth sent twcnty-scren col ored volunteers to Camp Lcedy, i , j ; "Sumner county wnnts a 'rock pllo for prisoner In tlie jail to work on, The Walnut girls liko to go driving riecnuse the roads are dusty mid you have to go slow. ' A Lawrence' girl In making nlffht ,hlrts for tho volunteers and putting her name ttnd address In each shirt. ' This la no vny to become a brldo, i l'amlllurity breeds contempt, not love. . A Troy boy who three months ago ,. started for tho Klondike, telegraphed 1o hid parent from S...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 July 1898

i ' '(.'' v '.':, . ,' i' ' '' i' '. 1 ,-, i ; ' ljll,' Jnlm pvll UlMiiiiitKit th )r MlIM7 uf 'ruiiiiyininlHKi. nrt;l lliuatralns liU 'Mliim ijr"th twM:'"it' ii-j lff''-,; i ...i i.HM.-ml.u.ittmm THE FAVORITE CHILD. ACQUIRING TERRITORY. CAN THE CONSTITUTION BE STRAINED TO PERMIT IT? the Qm-ttlon of Wlmt Hhoultl be the Ifollcjf uf till Country on til Acquit tlon of Territory Dlacuweri From Legal ami Moral Htaudpolut. Ia Ills address before the Ohio bar ex-Attorney General Harmon Raid on the question of territorial acquisition .,"We have mado war ou a ground o unusual that thore is scarcely a prece' dent. Tliut ground was bo, high and so consistent with our ideas that I am not ready to deny that; under all the circumstances, we were justified making a precedent., Hut we knew for various reasons we were liable to be suspected of covotcusuoss lurking behind our professed motives, and to be accused of making a pretext rather than a precedent. Tho war rosolu tlons, therefore, which were p...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 July 1898

Miacrr EEVTEW, Liverpool, July 25. Corn July, rm at 3H2d; Ki'ptrin'lw, Arm a i4Vd; Oe toiler, nii ut lUtyd. Wheal il'uuii'fk adowd ni.ihI.; ")' 6h7i; Bnj.tiMiibe', M0'4.l Poceinbi-r, MK4. Chicago, Julv 25. Wlu'iii cubli No. I ml, 7f! So. 8 rwl. iii872i)j Nw. 2 Oiurtl, 70 to7U'j .No. it iiurd U8ti9. ' torn tiimli Xo. t mixed, 84o No. 2 wiilte. aX)v. Oil in U No. G mixed, 24Ve Xo. 3 while, 2o. Kuiihuh City, Mo., July 25. Wheat iwciptt., 4UI) in i. .iM.iniHl 6U cars ninn day lmt yiur. In torn, 130,700 juhIii'Im, There wim u fulrly uotlr luarkfl 'llh prlm-a XQ'iv lower. The i i ii ixl caine from I'vpni'icra and otlii'if-: Knli'M by Niiiuplt-N: Hard wheal Xo 1 litii'd liJffiiluei No. 2 liard, MVKli7r; So, 3 Intnl. 586!k No. i Intnl. OlVifllii'ii rejected hard, tl'faMic. .Siit i wlieiit Xo. 1 red, ti i it 1 1 n ii i i in1! Ni.. 2 red, i.ie; No. 3 red. 7&Tlc No. 4 red 60Q03o rejected red 57e, Mixed wheat Xo. I iltiixeil IN", G.'liue; , . ! mixed til! ((Mi I Ho. 4 mixed, 00c. Corn recel...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 August 1898

' THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPIX8 PABTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANMAS; TlilJKSlJAY, AUGUST 4, 1893. 1 01. a NO. 48. PEACE PROSPECTS. Spain Wanta Oortaln Dlflloult Points Explained. IN EARLY PEACE IS EXPECTED. The Question of Deallug Willi Uis Philippine Will lie He lerred to ft Fence Commlailuui Madrid, August 1, 11 p. in. The cabinet council at this morning and e gu four liouiMt thin uftcruoou dls cuiMlng ke peace termrt. A tfittpatcto was 'then sent to )Yu.hlii(rtou fur fur ther explanation of woine Ulfflouit polmts. When itihe replies are received the icJulbhiot will rouwem'ble, Senor (SujraHta, itihe premier, con firms the ruport thut flame "uiodiiloa Uoim of the original terms" liuve boon obtkiiued. WaMhlaifiton, Autfuati 2. All yea turned itxxlwy toward Madrid, for tt wus realized ttlvalt upon 'Wie Bpanlwli ca1)lu.t depended it lie rerflonajtlon of eoce. 't wus announced lie re in a quarter that removed the inifoiMivation from any question of accur...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 August 1898

; ' . THE GAZETTE. E. 0, NliTTLETON A CO, K. U. Nkitluton, Kil. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS KANSAS ITKMH OP JNTK11EBT. Four hundred railroad men went on nn outing near Newton recently. Fort Scott city council hnt Imposed $.'00 a your tax on the Premium Stump association. Senator Harris ventures the infor mation that the war will bo still on when tlie tnow (lies. Webb MeNall ha turned over 18,000 to tho itate as collected by the Insur ance department In Juno. A mnn In Oypsuui Creek township last week proved up on the lust home' stead In McPhcrson county, Old soldiers attending the Morris county grand nrmy reunion ore Invited to bring their cuntcens along. The shoriff of Marlon county will not allow prisoners In his custody to have either bad Uturaturo or liquor. Jcwctt City has put up a stand tor the band boys, and the girls of the town aro raising money for placing scats In the park. (loTornor Leody offers $200 roward for tho apprehension of John Hull, n& ensed of murder of one Chambers,...

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

THE MONROE DOCTRINE. SUGGESTED IN ENOLAND BUT ANNOUNCED IN AMERICA. John I)hU Eiplulni the Monro I6e trine, Showing that It Mkos Unci Bitm the l'roteutor or (luerdlan of one-third of the World, Without going Into history of the subject, It nmy ba tinted Hint the Monroe doctrlue properly . defined menui that the European monarchy hall not be permitted to acquire fur thor territory or foothold In the Amer ican hemispbero than la posssssed at the time tlio dootrlne was announced by President Monroo, Thla dootrlne was llrst annealed In England, and Ita flrat use wae to prevent "The Holy Alllauce" of European monareha from attempting to restore to Spain lior re Tolled colonies in America, England, the United States and all the Ameri can Republic approve the Monroe doo trlne and desiro Its practical enforce ment And the nations of Continental Europe have taoltly consented to wit ness its enforcement ou soveral occa sions. It is In accordance with the princi ples and loglo of the Monroo do...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 August 1898

Tftutcblwon dette. e Entered at the poetefflse In Hutchinson, IiuM M teoond oleis matter. l.a.NCTTLETON A CO. roarliters. iiwi or duaeoairrioir, 11.00 rea Tia C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiio Druggist Pescrlptlons a Specialty. North Mala Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket Chltf Juallca, M. II. ALLEN, Governor, J. W. I.EBDY, Coffer County Lieutenant Qovernor, A. M. HAItVBT. Shawnee Conntjr Beoretary of State, W. I, IIUKII, Jewell County Treasurer, d.ii. nsm.EiiowKit, Mhiiul Counly Attorney uenerai U C. DOYLK, llourbon County Auditor, W. II. MOKIIIH, Chnroke County CONQKKSfcilONAI... Congri'isnian.at-l,arge, J. I), IIOTK1N, Wilson County Congressman, Hevontli District, JEHRY SIMPSON, ot Dirtier County PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION. A delegate convention of the people's party of Ileno county will be bold in the city of Hutchinson, on Thursday August 11, 181)8, to be culled to order at the court house at 10:00 o'clock a. m for orgalnlzlng and appointment of committees, after which It will...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 August 1898

R,J. W.MAOUIltn, BPKOIALIST, .n DIhh of Eye, Kr, None anJ Throat. flluMMfciUnllArillr Adju.tod. Ofltoa ln.M lunlo Telapla, llntulilliaon, Kauaaa, LOCAL Attn rBAMARAL, Born, July 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Tat Hamilton, of I) flats, - UutchlnaoOr daughter. Mr.Jlnkay Grlin of this city, was married to Mlu Flora Holmes of Alva, Oklahoma, lust Wednesday mgbt. Mra. Harry Boott Tlilted io ArllnR too for a couple of weeki, returning liome Saturday. Judge Stewart granted a license to marry last Monday to Ray 3. Bindley and Delia Blair, both of Hutaulnson. Messrs Whltelaw, Rose and Walker ro In Colorado Springs attending tbe case for a recelvei of tbe II utcblnson A Southern railroad Sylvia Is to have a new bank. W. II. Hlnshaw Is to be president and 0. G. Ulnsliaw cashier. The Hlnshaws .are thrifty farmers and stockmen of Iluntsvllle. Henry Vgl , who was adjudged In sane about a couple of weeks ago, but ran away, returned the latter part of last Wfok and was taken to the assy lum last 'Saturday. W...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 August 1898

ifuEPfipfllnS the Spanish Cabinot Meets to Talk Over America's Demands, ILL DEPENDS ON HER ANSWER. etndrld IlUpatoh Bays It I Generally He Itered That tha Uuvernmont Will Ac awpt Our Terme Iniiiiuillatoly Aftor OOlrlul Conaent Is Ulren Thom, Taiiis, Aug, 2. It is announced thin afternoon in a dispatch from Madrid to the Temps that tho Hpauisli cabinet at to meet tills afternoon and draw up jmln'a reply to tliu United Klittes' an swer to the peneo proposals, The (lis pakli adds that It is believed tho Span ish government will accept the terms emimnlliitcly after ollluliil assent is' fire a to thorn and that hostilities will e aiisprnded lu tho Antilles, lu conclusion the Madrid dispatch bj it is tlio gonerul belief that peace will he an accomplished fact before August 1.1. Washington, Aug. , America's an wer to Spain's request for peace terms was not received In Mudrld un til cnrly yesterday morning. The time n'tjulrcd to decipher It, tho neces sity for tho Spanish cabinet's consid e...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 August 1898

The most unnatural thing In the World la a woman luughlnjj through a telephone. Beauty li Blood Deep. CI nun blood means a olen skin. No besuty without It. (Jsscsrels, Candy Cu thsrtlo cleuns your blood and keeps It dun, by stirring up the lazy liver nd drlrlng all impurities from the body. Ho. ln to-day to bullish pimples, bolls, blototi m, blsokhesds, and thut sticky bilious complexion by taking UatcuioU, beauty for 10a All druggists, satisfaction Kuar euteed, 10c, Me, Wo, It'i a wise man that follow tho race at a auto distance. Hall's Cutarrh Car -Ii taken luternslly. Price, 75o. When a woman tells a hired girl story to lier company, they wonder bow often her husband has been com pelled to hear it. People put a terrible lot of money snd work In a home which they help to make unhappy. No-To-IIho (or Flflr Centi. Guaranteed toboooo habll ours, makes weak men ttrouv, blood pure. W)o. SI, All ilruyvlsts Lota of men don't know enough to stop boring when the strike oil, COBMO BUTTERMIL...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 August 1898

PRINCE BISMAUK. iii "r - by tlte prrs'onnl rilVr of I'rlncs Von Hulienlithe, the imperial chuiicellor, Then followed the flag at Uie forelirn office and (ha various public build" In ir. United StatM Ambassador Whlt at noon to-day sent the following dla patch to Count Herbert Vou Bis marck, at Frledrloharithet ' On behalf of the whole American people, whother official or unofficial and of whatever birth or descent, I tender congratulation upon the mighty career now ended and assur ancri of the most sincere sympathy (or rouraelf and your mourning fam My Pastor Pickle. In the courie of hla mrmoiv to-day at the American cnurch,' referred feellngily to the death of Blaniarok and emphasized Jia coincidences of the demlaa almoal ewnvultnneoiwly of two such nieu M lUamarrk and Oladstone. At the office of the mnreschnl of the court It wn aald title evening that J)r. Von Luciinua, chief of Kmperor Wlllliuii'a civil cabinet, la hurrying home from lor tie, wlwre he hna been been spemllnif the m...

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