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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

Supplement to X he Hutchinson Gazette. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1898. j" Those Tin Ships. II k What CoMgreaaMiaa Hlwpio MIJ About Tua Navy-HI Speech la Full TUVorbtlirroiTUCorniiloIIJ'e'Qr4of Fob.ia. 18011. ,. rIIE Republican press of the stste .1:0 tiM been amusing ltuutf, for tbe pant nlnoty days.over a little Card gotten out, and whlob claimed to con tain so extract from a ipoooh mode by Congressman Simpson.' Every poutoflloa (beet la the district took the niattor up, und there has been a oonilnual howl no lug up that Jerry la against the navy, etc The Congres sional Rooord of February 15, 189ft con tains a spoooa made bofore tbe House commlttoeof tbe wholo wbloh bad und er discussion the Naval appropriation In which Mr. Simpson gives his views on the Navy, and la bare reproduced word for words Mr. Simpson. Mr. Chairman, I wish to occupy the attention of tbe oo mm It toe for a ahort time In relation to this bill. I shall dlrot ray remarks more particularly to tbe pr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

I raco Is not Dearly nnnrnachlntr It nn-1 riHn ft Hvn knAiiMN el forently situated. Wo have a largo , territory hero, mitny thousands of mllci In ex ton t, over which a vaut population can spread and find ninplo employment wltbcut tutting to Ibe nod. That may become necessary in the future, when the torrltory of this country boooraos more densely nettled. Mr, Hall of Missouri. Dooa not the gentleman know that tho shipments abroad amount to tWO,00O,OOO a year? Mr. Simpson. I am aware of tbut; and also aware of tbo foot that It In not carried in Amorloan vessels. Mr. Hall of Missouri. I understand , that; but that is our commerce witb foreign nation. Mr. Pendleton of West Virginia. But what would be the effect on the West If that were interrupted? Mr. Simpson. Thore Is no possibility of an Interruption of that foreign trade, because the nation that attempted to blockade our ports would slur ye her own cltitont. Mr. Monev. Mr. Chairman. I want order in the eommlttoe. Thlt is a very Imp...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

' THB OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PKOPLE'8 PARTI AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1808. NO. 2. VOL. 0. THE DEAD EMPRESS, Mi MlQ: Oft Of u. The AssasHln's Stiletto Penetrates the Heart HER MURDERER IS AX ANARCMST. Clreat Sorrow J)luiill(od TUronulioul Au.lria-Tho Tope oudole With Ua lleroav.d Uuipror-Tbe Awnawlu Avowal. Geneva, Switzerland, September 13. 'Ithe t morUvm exainfinution of the TMMiln of the late empress of Austrle, who wus tonttasHliiuteU on Suiturduy luxt'by an Itulluu unarohlut whose mime Iiuh been variously given ' as Laeriienl, Lirehesl aiul I.ultrlnl, bus revealed tJiat the weapon completely tranwllxed the 'heart, penetruUng three and wne-BiIrd indie und niak livjf wmmd one-wlxth of au ituih wide. The faoUhut her annji-sUy walk ed fifty yards t tihe teimner 1 as cribed to lior rtniarUnlllo will power and nutiirwl energy. The body of the ewpresH has been innlottitd In a triple colVln and 'placed In u rooun transformed Into a ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

THE GAZETTE. S. 0. NETTLETON CO. E, O. Nmttmtoii, Ed. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS. KANSAS ITKM8 OF INTEREST. Lawrence newspapers hats com' nonced to run a column of football notes eaah day County Superintendent Ruede any Osborne county will be abort of homo grown teachers thla fall. Hard tack la nothing lcaa than crack era, The kick the Kansas boya have la that the government didn't furnish cheate. City water at Clay Center la In audi bad condition that a circular haa beon Issued advising consumers to boll It before using. One Mrrlon county tock man Bold 115.000 worth of cuttlo lust week. This year'a crop of calves brought him 1 18. BO a head. A Lane county man has fixed up a contraption by means of whluh he makes the windmill do the bulk of the family washing. Atchison county had a young flood a few evenings ago; in some sections of the state stock 'men are complaining en account of a lack of water. Extra buildings have to be hired for kchool purposes In Smith Center, the regular rooms not ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

MARK HANNA (One Week Later) "I guess we hadn't better force the war to the front as an issue in this campaign." STAND UP FOR KANSAS. THE TRUTH WILL MAKE US GRAND AND GREAT. A fotr Flirt ore llora 01 von Conoornlnt; the Frciicnt Stiito Administration and Pulltlrul Notes of the l'rogroni of (lis Cnmimlgii Ovor I ho Ntute. When Stanley's Lawrcnco meeting, at which ho wits to opou tlio campaign wus announced, many people recalled tlio fact that it hud previously been stated that Die opening' would ouuur In tlio enemy's stronghold, und that they would there demonstrate that tlio peo ple were Interested lu republican Sue cons this year and that populism was doomed, The opening mooting was hold at Lawrcnco last Thursday. Ac cording to tlio Topeka Journul thoro wero 1,000 peoplo present. Tho Kan sus City Times places tlio attendance at800'; the Kansas City Journul refrains from giving any figures ns to tho ut tondanco whilo tho Topelia Capital ays tho ultcndunco was largo. These statements ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

Ifoutcb.nson Cfeette. Enured at the poatoffloe In Hulchlniion, Kaneel as looond olaaa matter. 1,0. NETTLETON CO. ProprUlon. flrVMS OFdDlioaiPTION, 1,00 m Yia C. E. SIDLINQKR, Tlio .Druggist F.'escriptlons a Bpeclalty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Aaaoclate Justice, 8, . ALLKN, Linn C'onnty. Governor, J. W. LEEDY, Coder Comity Lieutenant Governor, A, M. HABVET. Shawnee County BeoreUry of Slate, W. E. MJHII, Jewell County Treaanrar, D.H. HEFFLKDO'A'KIt, Mlmnl County Attorney General L. C. 1IOTLE, llourbon Connty Auditor, W. II. MOKWH, Chorokoe County State Buperlntendant. Wm bTHTKER, Jlartoa Countv CONORKSSIONAL, Congroaaman-Bt-Larga, J. I). DOTKIN, Wlleon County Congreaaman, Seventh Dletrlot, JEBRT 81 MT HON, of Barber County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk Dlatrlct Court, KAT SMITH, of Hutchlnosn, Connty Attorney, WILMS E. VINCENT, of Clny Towmlilp Trobate Jndip, FltBD T1IOHP, of Haven Township Superintendent of Hchoole, M. A. DRAI'lTlt, of SylTla Township Representative...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

' J)".J. W. MAOUntK, HPWOIALIHT, ..n Dlncasea of Byo; Ear, Noso anJ Throat. , ll8nrlrntinclly A(limt"d. Offla' In M toulo T.mplo, liuUililimuu, Humus. I.OUAL AWI ritHAUNAI.. A dozen drunks and seven marriage license la the record for show day. Mr, Frel i'elrce of London, Ohio, Is liere assisting Id settling up his moth er's estate. Mrs. L. D. Pollock and daughter, Miss IinoRene, have gone to Chicago and other eastern points for a months vlalt. Roy Williams, son of attorney Char Ho Williams, has gone to Chloago to take a course In electricity In Armour Institute. Joe Bcherrow of Lsnpdon, was In the city Tuesday squaring up accounts. Mr. Bohsrrow la a prosperous young merchant of that place. Will Jordan, To old and trusted em ployee at Martins was married to an Illinois girl at her home Wednesday, May their Jov uever grow leas. W. H. 8. Benedict's little boy Is sick with the scarlet fever and lias been quarantined. Now is about the time of year for this desease to start. Chaplain Wood...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

IgR'i The women mako terrible fuss when a man marries again considering that all the seoond wits Inherits from the first wlfo la her ' natno and her job In the kitchen. 1 Plio'i Car fir Ooniumptlon li tin only sough medicine uisil in my house, D. 0. Albright, Mlffllnburg, Ps., Dto. 11, '05. The man who makes hay while the sua shines Is liable to got sun-struck. Mo-To-Baa for Fifty Cent. ; Guaranteed tobacco bablt ours, makes weak wo strong, blood pur, Wo, II. All druggist Was there ever a good looking wom an with a circus? flail's Catarrh Curt Is taken luternally. Trice, 75o. ' Man are like ohlokens thoy always want to get on tho highest roost, X M. DeLaoy writes! "I can assure yno. .that In no slnitie Instance him lr, Alodntt'a TTsarumA (Teething rowilers) proved a lull 'ure. Wo have trltu tootlilnii runti'dlvs unit (everything known to ua and 'old womon,' and TauHiNA U pri-emlm-iuly a suooeaa aud blaaalug f mother uud children." j Some people spend monoy only whau they havo an nud...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

too ybu. Like Boils II yoa do not, you should take Hood ttaruparllla end It will purify your blood, caw your bolU nd keep your system trM (rom the poisons wbloh esuse them. Tbt greet blood pnrlfylng power of Hood's Banaparllla U eonstsntly being demon StraUd by 1U msny marvelous enrei. Hood's Sarsaparllla U Amerlos's Greatest Medlolne. 1 1 Hi for It. Hood's Pllla ouroslck IreatlKohe. Mo. Cutting oil dog's tall may not uf foot his carriage, but it stops bis wag gin1. ! When a mnn bollevos be Is the leant VI t unhappy It always makes him more la I Strls like to be called young ladlo sud ludlcs of uncertain ago like to be sailed girls. It la told of a oortatn Kentucky con gressman that he rofusod to bathe ex cept in distilled wator. Be sure you're right, then stay rlgbl there. The clock Invariably strikes tha half-hour when you wuUo up in tU night and want to know wliat time II "Is. Many men, in looking for work, stumble over It. After a man passes fifty, nothing in the show line Is ve...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 September 1898

Farmers' Correspondence. YODEM 1TRNH. The rain w have received freshens up the people and makes them tliiilk ubout owing wheat, E. M. Yoder IB doing business in his now store. The ruin ought to make his trade grow. We see by tba Gakbtti that some young people from our ptirt of the world have beensaen In WfstmwatH' a couplii Sundays ago. We wonder what they could have beeu doing in Biich a dlatiint clime. Probably looking for speelnirii of some of tba wild trlliea that ronm oye r the wild want for liuffulo Hill's uliow. Miller & Umibmger bought a new thrnaliintf nindilue. Mr. Wm. Iloaillpy sprained both bin wrists wlillon Ihliing corn. Tha LKiirel school commenced liixt Mondny with IInry Dull for twielier. The Bon Ton la the place for choice pies and cukes. See them. WEMTM mitre. At hint sLower of blfssliit" In foim ol autumn rains are falling on the laud of the jiiet people or Wenlmiuli'r. MeBdameB MoSlierry Hud MoLeiin biv movlug to Nloksmon with their oliildrei. in order to gi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

U's historic.! suoUty W XT 1 ' W TH OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTI AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL.' 9. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1898. NO. 3. A RESORT TO POISON, 'f-Vl, ffir . Km I 1 PV X ra Iff I. V -A Affulnaldo, the Insurgent Leader, Has a Narrow Escape. POISON IS PUT IXTO HIS SOUP. A Steward Who Tal It Palls Itead- Vke Crime limllvalKd by Ilia w Moiika-Tlia Hlliiatiou PW at IVaulla. Manila, m.Mnrplne Islands, Septem bor 20. The KrpubMca FlMurtuM as ert that aa tut'tenivpt was made to polaon Afrulnnldo on Friday nlffht. A steward, It la allied, saw a Spanish prisoner -who had been allowed tils freedom wake a movement wlnUh ap peared like tampering with a bowl of soup intended for Ajrulnnldo, where, upon itlie steward lasted a A-poonful of the soup and fell dead. Eleven FranHiwcnn friar are al leged to have Qjeen engaged in -the consplrney, The pnpulnee, to la further wild, at tempted to lynch all the ftpanlah nprl oners. Ihut Agnln'aldo Interven...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

THE GAZETTE, E. 0. NETTLETON ft CO. E, 0. NK'ITI.ITUN, Ed, nuTcniKsoN, KANSAS. KANSAS 1TKMS OF INTKHK8T. A hotel ut Parsons hns been named Dewey. Thugs art reported numerous in southern Kansas. The Santa Fe will erect a flno rock depot at Eldorado, Soma tow in In western Kansas are flooded with wheat. AChnnuto man has -cut his summer suit Into bath towels. Wlnflchl thlulis that a largo building boom bus struck that town, Canton pcoplo have compelled tho jolntlsts to beat a hasty retreat, Only ten private bunks have fallod In tills stale during the punt two years. A Topeka man flies a bankruptcy suit saying he Is nlnuty thousand dol lars In debt, Cowley county commissioners offer a standing reward of 850 for tho arrest df horse thiovcR. County Superintendent Ruodo soys Osborno county will bo short of home grown teachers this full. Frank C. lloan, of Lyon county, hns returned from tho Klondike Ho says ho Is glad to get buck to civilization, A medlelno outfit which Is working western K...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

Ok Dap Star .-or tDe Orkntp's A RomanceBy Hannah B. McKenzle. CHAPTER XII. Two months lator, on a stormy day in late October, Magnus Halcrow and Blspoth Troll are standing togctbor within Bight of the Rowan Crag. It is probably the last time thoy shall do so, for Elopoth leaves Orkney with Lady Westray tomorrow. The West ray children havo been proved the helm of her lato husband's property, and Crag Castle will be shut up and uninhabited during their minority. The horror of that terrible day omes back again Jo Elspcth, and she shuddors Involuntarily. Then Magnus nays slowly: "You shiver, Miss Troll. Forgive me for alluding to that terrible ttrao, but , I muBt do so Just thla once. I have no ' wish to speak against tho dead, but I wish to disabuse your mind of the Idea that I loved Llllth Stuart. She fas cinated, enthralled mo, as she had done other men bofore-Zthat was all. When I saw her as she was hor beautiful exterior merely a covering for a warped and self-engrossed soul my hea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

TbutcWiwonCBcttc... Entered at the postonlce In Itnloliliison, KtnM at second olaaa matter. , 0. NETTLITON a CO. Proprlolori. flRMI Of JUltrKIPTION, C. E. SIDLINGKR, TiieDr-agglst i'.-escrlptlons n Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket Assoelato Justice", H, II, ALI.EN, Unn County Governor, J. W. LEEDV, (VnVjr Counlv ueuicnttni uoremor, A. M, HAItVET. rhaniifi'luuiiiy Becretsry of Slate, W. E. I'.USII, JfWi'II County treasurer, D. II. HEFnEflO VEU, Mliuul Comity Attorney uenerat I. C. IIOVLE, Ilourbon County Auditor, W. II.MOKItlH, Ch'rolic Couuty 8tiitfl8uporlntetidaU, Wiu tTIIYKEB, llurton County COXOiiKSSlOXAL. Coni-rcsHmm-at-Large, J. It, llnTKIN', Wlltou County Congressman, eventu DUiiltt, JElillY SIMPSON, of Barber County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk DlftrlctOmt, ' VAX SMITH, of HnUihlnoau, Con'ity Attorney, WILLIS E. VINCENT, of Cluy Townablp J'roljiito J Qilf I'll ED TllOUP, of Jlitven Township huporlntenilcnt of School, M. A. DRAl'Elt, of Sylvia Townalilp Hi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

JJtt.J. W. MAGIURB, tiP.KClAL.Il3T, n Diseases o( Eye, Ear, Nose an J Throat. .GUsii-sSi lpntllli'slljr Adjusted. Offlfl. In Ms 4011I0 Tvmpl., lliituliliinou, Kansas. MICA I, AND PRRMOMA1.. lion. Jerry Slmpsou was In town Saturday atucitHlng with friends here. .Tonus Holmes of Langdon returned Wednesday from a trip to Cincinnati god Omaha, Sam Grayblll brought In four hun dred head of cows and calves Sunday night. The cattln aie from Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jordan who were married In Illinois hut week, arrived in tills city to make their borne tbe Jatter part of the week. Mr. Jay Higher who went last win ter to Klondyke1 and who bad such a hanowlng time to Ret there, Is now on bis way home and will soon be here. Fred Thorp, candidate for probate Judge was In town Wednesday bury ing his mother. This is a great grief to him and if we hud time would like to say more. Lightning struck a stuck of alfalfa near the Snuffer school home Friday night. It seems to have been diilte a lad sto...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

e in State Department Gives Out a Statement Concerning Thorn, SPAIN MUST TOE THE MARK, Thar la to II No . Deviation From or Mortification Wliaterer of tlia Damaiide Itnila by the United Statot Tlile IIa linen Fully Deolilod On. Washington, Sept, 17. Tho ntnto di'partmcet last night (fftvo out the following1 statement concerning1 tho dlhciiKHlon between tho meinbera of tho cabinet and tho pernio uommUuiou yesterday! "While for obvloiw reasons It was determined that tho natnro of tho In ktniotlons as to the negotiations about to bo entered upon should for tho preHent bo Uept secret and made known only after definite result shall have been reached, It Is possible to state authoritatively that tho commis sion goes to Paris fully prepared to follow courso of action mapped out for It as tho result of tho consultation of tho last two days. "At tho very outset It will bo mado clear to tho Spanish commissioners that, as In tho caso of tho preliminary protocol, there can bo no deviation from ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

Nothing tukestbe- conceit out of a 4 man like being beat at his own game. 01 Tobioco IpM md Smoha Your Lift Iwty. To nult touaooo Mllr nd, forevnr, be nine aetlo. full of MM, nerv nl vigor. tiU No-'lo-lluo 111 womler-worlier. tbut make weak mB Itn'... A 11 druMl-U, lalo. or II. (Jure yuaraa. '!. ioklt-t una aainpl. tree. Addiou bwrllD Itaumdy Co., Chluaso or N Yoilt Tho tongue of liberty usually be long! to a married woman, Read tli AdtortUemenU. You will enjoy this publication much better If you will got In tho habit of reading thp advertlncmcuUj they will afford a most Interesting study and iome excellent bargains. Our adver tisers are reliable, and send what they advertise. (Q HUB fop (BoBsBss When tho children i;et their feet wet and tnke cold Rive them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances are they will be all right In tho mornlnR. Con tlnuo the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough baa dis appeared. Old c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 September 1898

Farmers' Correspondence. IVDEH irKMN. Ths Harmony whonl oommenoed font Monday wllli Lilliau Yowell for teuousr. M.B. Yoder bm returned from her viult in Missouri. It T. Duvl. ami Win. Hob.on of North Carolina, liHve returned to tbeir home. L. M, Junes and .wife, Mrs. 0. It. Cbrisllu and Mr.. L. . Young, have gone to tbe Strip on a vlnlt. Ed. MoMnrmy announced at Ilar inony lnat Bumlny night that then would be a Beile of lecture at the M. . church at Elmer couduoted by Method ist, B)tlnt and Piebbyterlun preachers from all parts of the State, Tbe sub jects will be very interehtlniJ, one of which will be".MlHlukesof Young Wo men." The a;lmlttuuce for the season will be one dollar. Miss Kiiiina Freeman was seen weiir ing a broii (i smile lust Sunday night when the prencher said, "Some of the audience would be lit a wedding feast before long." He only ineaut to usit the sentence in tbe illustrutlon of a thought, but it seemed to have a different effect. IVn't forget tliHt Gi'o. McKlnstr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

' fclitorloal tocltly ! . , , , " THE OFFICIAL ORGAN 07 THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 9. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. 8EITEMIJEB 29, 1898 '. 50. 1. LEEDY IS POPULAR. He Has Dovoted Hlmsolf to the People's Intorost HOI WEBB MULL'S COOD WCRK. TliO Umln liiM'iHl1"'" Ioii'llicilt U IVi!l unci ICioiKiDili ul))' MttUHunil A 1'lue lloroi'd illude by Hie 1 w" Iuirort Tho ri'iliicflon In comity salarlc m 11 ile by tlie In Ht Iffftrtlut 11 re tun nimlo -....t . .1... .,w.l AtllAN a Jtri'Hl KlliVlilJf III Jrric. until uliiillnr mivlngn liuve Imhmi made all ultHiff the line, C'y Lelaml 1 not In politic for his licullh. L'or sonic time he hus at least three of IiIh relatives In the govern ment service. His son Is now a post office limpet-tor In Ne.iv York. No Hepubllcnn paper lim yet chared thut u slnjrle tlol'.ar hus been stolen or viDiiy fully ued by the present state administration. In this respect It record U the cleanest la the history of tho Mute. Mnnlvuto i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

-ati ! Safe and Express Car Shattered ' By Dynamite, WAS A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. Tut Wrecked Our Burned Kolibor Triad to Cut Telegraph Wire to Pre mil th Sending Out or (ho NotlUc tloa to th Authorltlo. Kansas City, Mo.. Sopt. 3t.-Traln robbors hold up a Missouri Paclllo train Friday night at UoltJunctlon.Just e&at of Leeds, perhaps seven miles from the Kansas City union depot. The train consisted of a combination bag gage , and express car, three day coaohes and two slocpors heavily loaded. Seven men, all masked, participated In the robbery. Tliure was none of the shouting, cursing and shooting which are the usual adjuncts of a train rob bery. The man prooeodod oooly and without undue haste, and as if each man knew his part and had fully ro hearsed it. Only one shot was ilred, that ati the train porter, who persisted In sticking his head out of the window to ascertain what was going on. That one shot satisfied his curiosity. The train robbed was the Wichita Little Itoclc express,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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