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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 December 1898

tU'M bUtorloal soolctf XtTT If TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PK0PLE8 PARTY AND PAUMKttN vLLIANCB OP RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, K-AN8A8, THURSDAY, ) i iMIUK 8,1803. NO. 14. CONGRESS CONVENES Our National Lawmakers Onoe Moro at Work THE PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL MESSAGE, The llcuitlnu ol Hie Important lloni liiuiit ,iMcii"i) lu Willi I nil lulled liilvri'ki 'liiu !lleii(e Hiiiiiiiiui'liil. .Wurhliiglnii, December 7. Con IT re mi nMfiM.'iiilili'(l Mumliiy under olr- CUIIIKllUICCH 111 II It 1IHUII 1 public illllT- i'Hi, 'llio same congress, six month, ago, dce.nri.l war against Spiiln, unit now, wltli tin war fought nnil won, it, en me together ugnln for the first legislative consideration of ilm que, lion developed by tlio cveulful mouths Just pnioted, The plrlt of the occasion wan n.it, however, one of Im mediate eprrtiiuey, for the few months left lu thv CXlstCHCC of the J''ll'l,V-llflll COIlgl'lhS fa promise of little m ore than a beginning of the . liiuini Ml.nirt policies an (I problem, growin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 December 1898

1: 5B3I THE GAZETTE, B. O. NETTLKTOM CO. t Q. Nktti.iiton, Kd, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS KAUNAS OF INTKKF.ST. , u The national government In doing 1100,000 wortl) of dental work In the mouth of the Kaw, Arkansas City will talco precautions gainst diphtheria. The malady has not reached that town. The great Collins trial Is now In pro grew In Topcku. The first diniaulty Is the usual one securing a Jury, j i ,' The butter which wus on exhibition at the Topcks, statu creamery conven tion Is to to shipped to tho ' Sandwich Islands. Oillct, the bankrupt cattlo king, has sailed for Spain. That country Is busted and Oillct will naturally feel at home. Wichita people figure It out that for several reasons, ull of them good, a railroad eommlh.sloncr should bo named from that town. It Is charged that the prairie fires in Pawnee county aro set out by a gang who plunder while, tho fire has the neighborhood out fighting It, The real sporty boys of Kansas those who wlll.be found the most ready to put up ...

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

HIS SOUNDS LIKE POPULISM. WANAMAKER SCORES QUAY AND HIS SUPPORTERS. The Dig Corporation! of I'eniujrlvanla una Thalr Influence Bud Mitrob Tlmlr Man t the Polls to Vote, rot bu. h "V M Halt Quay, . John Wunaraaker took an active part in the memorable campaign la Penn sylvania In which Quay was opeoly charged with Ills unspcakablo corrupt' Bess, and againbt which ho made no defense. This la a apccuh of his, a good ample, and you can imagine what the eastern press would lmvo called lilir had he talked this way as a resi dent of Kaunas a few years ago: "The principal allies and partnors of Hie machine are the corporations. The 15,000 national and state office holders, and tlio thousands of other officials connected with state Institu tions, form a small part of tho whole number of obedient machine men who .-..It.. -4 nt 1 Senator Quay, tho admitted boss of the machine. Tho corporation employes of tho state, who are controlled for Quay's use, increase the number to the ; proportions of a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 December 1898

Ifoutcb.nson Cwctte. Kntered it tli poitoffloo Id Hatohlnaon, Ken.ae M leoond olui matter. I.Q. NETTLETON t CO. Proarlelora. CMMI Of dUIIOIIITION, 11.00 fir Yaa C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlae Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Witen Governor Stanley waa In Wei llnaon Monday evening tie bad till aupper at the Arlington sent up to tile room. Now tbat the election la over It will not be expected, of course, that tie will stay "down among the people." Wellington Voice. Is Delaware live men were pub Holy whipped with a cat-'o-nlne-tails last week, receiving from Uve to twenty lashes each. One man was stood In a pillory for an hour previous In a driv ing snow storm, and when taken down was nearly lifeless. Delaware Is t State which tlilnks KuiiBas people hea thenlsb. it Is also a Stale In which the republicans have gained during the last two or three yean. They should be allowed to have It without a sigh. Tub Initiative and referendum la pure democracy. Thirteen Slate...

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

JJU.J, W. MVUIItU, BPIUCIALIHT, .n PUeaaos of Kyo, Ear, Nobo anJ Throat, GUe.oi Scientifically Ailjml-d. GlUn In Ma .ualu loinglt, IIuujUIikou, Kuiiim, MM'AI. AMD lT.)AOMAI Charlie Williams Ima been in Chi cago for ftmr days, Eunice Hubbard ha sued for bill of divorce froua her husband Ansul Hubbard Dob Jones, the night policeman, baa graduated Into a brakeman on a II & 8 passenger. Harry Podiaun, an early eettler in this comity but now a cattleman of Montana, baa oeen visiting here this week. Morris Cain hai ulven notice to bla friends that ha doei not remember any of bis ante-election political con versations. Hutchinson is to have a new Arm of attornevs, Snyder Bros, from Indi ana, who have come here with the In tention of locating. The supreme court fixed E. 0 Clara's boud at $3,000 which If lie falls to tret he must remain In jail pending a decision In the supreme court and new trial. Mr. 0.8 Jenksof Turon, who Is a popular druggist at that place, Is an applicant for ftamma...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 December 1898

in Principal Part Devoted to a Narra tive of the War With Spain, NO STARTLING SUGGESTIONS, I Th rant Treaty Still Unsigned! th . Prldanl Doe Not DUeoti the Tar- nianeat Colonial Polloy Th Oil BHl Qnostlnn Llttl Now OA Currency Army In '. ' ' eraa 100,00ft To tho Snte and llousoof Roprosentattvesi Notwithstanding the added burden rendorod nioeasary by the war, our poople rojoloa In very lallsfuotory itnd steadily iuoroaslng degree of prosperity, svlils toed by tlia larg est volumo of bUHlnou ovor reiordod, Kvory manufacture hut been produotlve, if rloultiiro pursuit have yloUlud abundant returns, luhnr In the) fields of Industry Is better rewarded, rev enue legislation punted by tha present congrwii ba Inoroasod tlio treasury' reoolpt lo tlit amount estlmuted by" lt authorities, tlx) iluauiwa of the government hava boon onrifully administrated and It credit advanced to th first ruuk, while Ita ourrenoyhai been main tained at the world highest stuudurd. Mili tary service undor oommon ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 December 1898

Good It the "negative quality. Hap loeta la a doluslou of the heart, . ( ; An omuie of fact is butter .'than a pound of fancy, j , , The true tent of friendship It D0t in words, but actions. ' J ' ; ; ,.' i v ' 1 V'-'.. It generally turn out tli&Va Woken Ideal wat always crjickedj r;ZC Some people 'seek pleasure abroad and And It willing1 for tliow on thr return home. , , . Are you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling In your throat? Would you feel relieved If you could raise something? Does your couch annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus la the morning? Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of - If you have a weak throat you cannot be too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before It. Dr. JlRcr's Chcrri Pectoral Plaster protects tneionjslrora colds. Help at Hand. If you have any complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice you...

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

V V''llVlltVlsV' ''' OUR METHOD Of dirftift hanlnnn it IokII Rood of our own manufacture dirrctlo TJiJS tilt uitral a ainiill nuirKln nlv 011-11117 c't. Will ulili) K'xs i to iivonc. auywheru, C. O, It., with prMlrif of muinlaalloii. We tuaks a untclaltv of. and confine our builnru Iu guuda that l BICYCLES $20.00 ui? Wo have donned our Holiday apparel, and Christmas suggestions fill our store. You will please yourself and us too if youMI just "look in on us." YOU will make the children happy and yourself, too, if you buy them some of the lovely toys we have loaded our counters with. Our special aim has been to get a large and complete line of all kinds of toys, and we will leave it to you if we haven't suc ceeded. Alt rwxU warrnnt. T ed to bo nt rtpta- V ented, or money ALL GOODS BRIGHT.. AND FRESH DIRECT FROM Wllnla and DOES SAVE.... YOU MONEY rsiuuuca. FACTORY Writ For Gitilogtit, t''t"e "'lch ChuIokm It atnud,) A offWwInir Muclilnta B orVehlrlm&IIurucHM HIGH ARM SEWING MACHIN...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 December 1898

r WW VOL. K Dry Goods. Iu the Dry Goods department jmi will find Bomo raro bargain, and beautiful dress patterns for presents, and with every pattern from $1.00 up We Give Lining Free. Remember Your Wife And buy her a set of tlioso benu t if ill dishes! At any Price. Slio will appreciate them. Oneita Union Suits. A few d stun Oneita Union SuHn Worth 75o, go nt 37C. Th.so nro big values. If 1 MINE EXPLOSION, Fearful Disaster In a Coal Mine, at Poteau, I.T. FIVE MINERS REPORTED KILLED. Twenty or more Entombed lu th Kline Wlileh I on I'lrc-llt lie Hope for Their Heaviie. l'otemi, 1. T lire. 13 A few min utes nfie.r 9 o'clock Monday -nighi, i" mine,. Mo. 2 of nil i' Indiana-lit Itath way Coal company, silii-ailnl about three miles fr.'in this place, u terrlllc explosion Coolt place, Five men i rt known to 'lmv JohI llu-ii' liven from Mi tmmedlaite effects, iiwl almul tweivty-ltlrrco more are buried in the 6lua fll . Tin' explosion was caused h.v t he fnivtit ton of coal diiisl afuv a bl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 December 1898

The Spanish Commissioners Almost Crushed at the Final Scene, TREATY CONTAINS 17 ARTICLES Spaniards VJ a llavr Penalty tut Their Error IB I'll Colonial Empire lllly Kmllu of the War for tin American Side, Paiiw, Deo. 1'.'. Tho treaty of pouoo between Spain nnd tho United States was signed at H'JO Saturday evening by tho member of tlio respective com missions, The signing of tho treaty would huva afforded a lit aub)eet for a grunt his torloal painting. Tho group gathorod about tho tnblo In tlio stalely chamber of tho foreign offloo wits impressive In Itsolf, wlillo tho fact thut tho sonso of tho inomentousuossof tho Issues which I ho act decided was deeply felt by nil tho participant gave an impressive iiinl solemn lone to tho scone, Around tlio roitt muhogany labia s it tho ten arbiters of the destinies of itn old and n youn.r nation. Handed abont and behind thorn word numerous attaches of tlio Amorlcan coiniutlHlnii, Tho juts from tho crystal chandeliers above tho hcndH of those pro...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 December 1898

Ha "My BeTr ot tnt better e( ma but once." She "Lucky man I When wes that?" He (algklng) "Wben she married me," Judy. WB8TERN CANADA PRAIRIES. Vatmr Welfare of the Continent L1m la Th.lr Fertile yields. The rapid progress', that la being made In the aettlement of the tortile pralrlea of Wostern Canada li leading to the Investigation ot Ut resource! by those Interested In having provision made for those living In the crowded east, for those who have baen strug gling for yeari on Impoverished farms, For the renter who Is unable any longer to bear up under the strain lmposod by the landlord, and for the furmor who, unnblo to purchase farms for bla son! In his own neighborhood, has to look around for lower priced lands.- The Investigation shows tliut It Is Impos sible to moot these conditions success fully outside of Wostern Canada, Al ready millions of bushels of wboat are being grown there each year, while as many as 00,000 head ot cattle were shipped out this year. A representa tive ...

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 December 1898

Ibutcbitison (3n3ctte. Entered at th poetoMo In llaiohlnioa, Kaniil M eeoouo olaee matter. CO. NETTLETON ft CO. Profilers. fMMi of ivtoimn. l.M riaTau C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tile Dru.ggist fjescrlptloni Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Mark Hunna seems to admit tnut the Dingey law It a failure an reve nue getter, and wants to make It up by putting a duty on tea and coffee and other commodities of like nature. 'Tls true; 'tis j.itty; and pltty 'tis, 'tis true" that "the foreigner has paid the tax" as lorift ns be will. The republi cans have worked tilni too hard. Talk Mbout ramlinates for gov ernorio 1UU0. Johu W. lirledenthal is uur choice, lie is clean, clever and compe.ent. He In one of the but men in tne Siuie and knows no such word us full. Ureiilentliul is tint man to win with In WlMi, and we'll do lt.-i'ratt Counly Union. Jnrtirnn from the attitude or our exchanues and the almnst universal sentiment of populists, If John 11 re I denthal will accept the nomination, it will be ...

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 December 1898

J)U J' W. MAOCIHK, BPjr.ClAL.I8T, .n Dlsoaaca of ICyo, Eur, Nose onJ Throat. OUMPtMntlflcHyAiijuilf. Olrtoa In Mi unlo lomplt, lluuililiiauu, Kauiaa. LOCAL AMD riiHAON Ab, Geo, McAllister has overhauled the flAeron roller mills and It ready to do business Judge Fierce went to Topska, Tues day to perform some work bofore the board of pardons. Dan LanU of Abby vllle, pld guilty in the dlfllrlot court last week to one couot of soiling Hquor la violation ot the law. held pxiini- firtlelo HccorilnK to the pnya olu' M ir ek A I v i Iroin ,ir minu r. I , Si a m ulMi'iuaoy board m,u mj 111 ihiecltv lunt week lutn applloauu lor pharmacists cer tlttcates. There were fifteen appli cants. Win. Morgau ot this city, plead guilty lo vlolatlnu the prohibitory law to ene eount In the district court last week and was given the usual sen tence. Chris Madison, a salt raker, met with an accident last Haturdav after noon, lie wbs picking ut a lure bank of salt and dug so fur under that a lot of It fell o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 December 1898

THE GAZETTE, g. 0. NKTTLETON A CO. B, a, NlTTLITON, Ell nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS EAN8AS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Tha old settlors of Shawnee county hold tliolr forty-fourth reunion lcut weok. The first day of the Sunny Slope cat tlo auction 934,000 was raked in by the auctioneer, Kansas newspapers are enlarging1 to meet the (luraumlti of the holiday ad vertisers. Dick llluo will praetlco law at Vlnl ta, Indian territory, but his family will reside In Chotopn, Kb, Formerly of Atchison pcoplo got three offices In tlio now Kansas clul which has recent y been formed in Kansas City. The Agra Breeze resents the action of several nowspupurs In publishing Its obituary. Tlio Drcczo Is still blowing away and has no Intention of subsid ing The World Is still hammering In nn endeavor to walto the citizens of Hia watha to a realization of tho fact that Hiawatha Is In need of a good now opera house and Is evidently going to succeed. Cattfo thieves are becoming altogolh ir too numerous In Clark county and 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. — 15 December 1898

MY POOR WIFE. BY J. P. CHAPTER XV.-(Continued.) "My dear buy, wait a moment, Jnut a moment," pleaded my uncle, hit band grasplug my arm, "We will give you all the particulars wo have gleaned. Don't don't be afraid. Unfortunately ,up to the prevent we we have no re liable clue to your wlfo's whoreabouta more thnn the latter hni probably ,glven you; but wo hope " i "There' her hut tho hat alio al wayg wears In the garden; It looks all wet and muddy Bho must have drop ped It in tho grass, dive It to me give It to met Flnlny, what on earth have you Jingling there? It It looks i "I don't know what It Is; do you recognize It, Mr. Donnys?" be an swered, holding up a block of bruteed -metal from which hung a light rusted llialu entangled In a rag of blue rib- uon. I "That rubbish? no. At first In the shade thore I thought It looked not un like a steel girdle and chatelalno my wife wears one that I bought her at tho Palais Royal Inst spring. I I don't know what put It Into my head. Give 'me ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 December 1898

Farmers' Correspondence. YODEB ITEMS. Bub Cromwell li cootiued In the houa with rbeumuUkm. Ralph Gutter will mote to Weitmlng. ter township tlili week. Ha will oocupy tli furin recently vucutwl by 0. 11. Free man. 1 Ed Bailor bad Bomothlngr thnt looked like leoond edition to bis Up. The thing biti aubtldtd however ami Ed feeling betlur Rut. W. 8 Cook U down Id Ditrbnr county ootid not lug a revival nine ting. Rev. W. Wilbur of Ottawa will preacb at the nptlut oliuioh unt Bundny even iug. Ibe MfthoilintR will oonimuuce a re vival at Miner Nw Y-r dny, The farmer Hity Hint the biiow IuhI Buuduy U Hue fur wliwit,. UAVSN. To Into fur lt week. Mrs. N. U. bawyer lain Wichita wberf he la being treated for a serious ullnii'iit MUa Amy Aatlo l buck from Curl huge. Mlwouil where ahe hits been rUliiuu ber cousin Mrs, J, . Lang. Mr. and Mr. Cru Mnunt ure ex- peotvd home from the East the latter part of the week. Mini Mitttie Yinoent Is the latest addi tion to the Haven pimtofll e foroe. A' Mien ...

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

4, '"Of, l OK RENO COUNTY. VOL. ,). Hi DECEMBER 22, 1898. NO. 1C. or- CONSTANT OVATION. Prosldont MoKlnloy Wins Oonfod erato Favor and Applause, HE WEAfeS A CONFEDERATE BADGE, llUftnlliiieiufonreriilul)ieObllti ui atlon of AH Necllouol VtcllU( CiSB Warmly I'rutaed-A lllilory NukluaTrlp. Miafton, ' Oa., December 21.rreai- peace, a, peace .with honor, peace with tent SMclUiiUey end 'ills party reached he IiIvkhIhk of lllx-i'ty to st ni ruling Mucoid Monduy promptly on 'Mute and people East wild NVwU wer received by tho largest orowdl "i oonirrntuluto my country on an wukJi Uias gathered In Macom since other fuit: We have not only trl the Jn.s't visit of Jefferson Davis to umphed over our eiifiny, but we have tfh city, iAt the station wna a reccp iioa committee, consintlni'Dr of a uum bcr of tho most prominent citizen of it ha town, Drawn up In froni of .the station "was the Hi bb county camp of the "Confederale Survivor' Association, 400 strong, headed by Commumler C. M. Wiley. Ah tho...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 December 1898

E. The Evacuating Spanish Troops Fired Upon in Havana Suburbs. THEY CANNOT BE CONTROLLED On Maa Klllad sad Another fatally In jured Cerro, Inbarb of Havana, the roan of the ItloUng 1 at II U Old Table. Havana, Deo. 10. Tho Spanish evacuation commissioners informed the American commissioner last even ing that the Havana suburbs, Cerro and Johus del Monte, had been ev&o uated. The Spanish troop left Jesus del Monte at ft o'clock, Immediately after which American and Cuban flags were raised, crackers fired and the usual demonstrations made by the large crowds In honor of the event. At the hour of filing thlsdlspatoh It Is re ported that some of the troops of the Cuban general Mario Monocal are en tering Jesus del Monte. Probably the United titutcs foroot will be sent thero to-day. The suburb of Cerro was evaouated Saturday. American and Cuban flags woro dlsplityotl from the houses on tho Cnl.nda dul Cerro and crowds rushed through the streets shouting "Viva Cuba Ubro." About 5:30 a...

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 December 1898

A omu saw tho first mailt but wen have been seeing them ever tinea.' Krperlence is a teacher o( mankind and some men will loam of no otlinr. Jt was probably tho one touch ol nature In Aduro that made the whole world kin. ' About the only difference, between marbles and billiards It in the age of the players. : Borne pugilists are heavy-weights, soma are light-weights, and the major ity of them ate long-waits. ! A great many of the men who claim to be self-nittde were evidently intor rnpted before the job was completed. Wise is the individual who con con dense a peck of trouble so that it will go Into a quart measure. 1 The World's Supply of Wheat, i An English export claims that the wheat producing soil of the world Is unequal to the strain that will be put upon It, lCven now when tho food supply Is ample, thousands dlo because their disordered stomachs full to di gest the food they take. Hostettor's Stomach Hitter's strengthen and tone up the stomach and digestive organs. ' There i...

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 December 1898

TfoutcMncon (3a3Ctte. Entered it th aostoffloe In Hatohlnaon, atannei M aaoond oleaa mutter. I.B. NETTLITOM a CO. Proaflalors. f nut or duaeoairrioii, 11.00 aa Ta C. E. SIDLINQER, PesorlptioDi a Hpeclalty. North Main Street Hutohinaoij Bukidentital estimates thitt tbe apeclttl session will coat 125,000. A law requiring fee from corporation! (or their charter, as soma other States have, will nearly raise that In year. Occasionally tome representative of some Nicaragua ennui corporation lobbyists gets a few words Into the dally papers, but It appears that they arc hoping against hope, and If any bill Is enacted It will be the Senate committee ubstltute, for government ownership. I'KitnArs a legislature In session juBt before change of administration can muster courage to use the pruning knife on some of tbe useless offices. It seems as It no incoming administra tion, not even the popullats could do It. Yet if the special session should undertake it their motives will be Im pugned and ...

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