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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 January 1899

'tioul ' TUB OFFICIAL OROAN OF TUB PEOPLE'S PARTI OF KSNO COUNTY. .HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TtHTUSDAy. JANUARY 12, 1SC9; J(ffiC NO. 19 OU 9. )MMw,MMWKMMaaaMaaiaMaaaMaWaMamaaMasa MISSOURI SOIMS. Lofflalation Regulating the Kansas' City Btook Yards Propoaod, AN OFFICIAL REPORT ATTACKED. aporlntiidtul Kirk's Kdurallous OTp Arou.e. ths Wrath ofSoutU v OTomber.-Deuouuend ANlaudroua, Jefferson CMy, January. 10. A radl cal measure rrgula'tlnir' the stock yard of Alissmirl and reduvi'iig their tfuviWa, about 40 jr omit oil along lh line made its apjxwnanco In tha , house Monday. ' Tho lilll define lock yards, duliles cyf employe and yardage and wlfrli tnjr. It provide -tihnib Oharfres tor watering ilw.k shall not exceed 15 cents for Wit'tlei 10 cents for calves; 6 cen-tn for uhoep und hog. On fcfd the bill provide 'tluit the profit shall trot exceed 100 per cent, Tho most ' Important provision i Mutt retfuliutlii& commlMlons. These, the bill ayi, irnist not be In execs lot $3 per car load, s...

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 January 1899

The State's Condition of Affair: Reviewed In Detail. THE REVENUES AND TAXATION The miille liHtltutloni-M'rliiiii lUfiirm, mutt Mcliools mul i'ullniiit Rtllro:til nd 1 K.stra Meailnii Dlsouised Cconfniy III Ktprliilliliro t'rgcd. To the Semite and House of Itcnroa 'IiUMvhs Kunsns enters upon tin) iwoniy-clK ith ytmr of Its cslstcniv) under most fuvurnlilo auspices. The reoolit aidilovoiiiHiis of ih iiiitlua nro o cause for Kcnnrul rnjolrftui, nuil t id pooi'o of Win stute by voice uu I ma have ulvan iteneroua support bolh to iho iidiiilnMr.illon una II policy. No state ever r.Mill.od In Ui cxisirloiiAi the suiitlmenl contained In In motto mom fully than our own, We uro rcir'Hnf the lilulilun is of prosperity, lint we have surely como u out of the lowlands of adversity, '1'he period of speculation from IKHit to IHSI mused Urn lulluw of lurifo sums of funliin capital, which worn tamely swulloivuil up or f irct'il to leave the hi itchy the reaction unil dcproKlun which fol lowiiil: nml ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 January 1899

e1 . " 111 ''i Every mother hi th beet boy th ort boy Invariably belong nest door. Somo men who are overcautlou in taking risk in busluea aro terribly reokleu in giving credit ratlngl tc their wive. When a woman likes a man her idea of having him happy la not having him belong to aouie other woman. ' t Bave your pennies and your wlvei will take eare to spend the pounds. The longer you know a happily mar ried man the luss yon can envy him, 1 With a good many women their rait about men Is, deceiving Is believing. When agirltako herinarrlod at ter'i ohildren outwalking she tries to look as it she hud a lot more of them at home. Whenever a man makes a mistake, you may expect ittdul wave of ex pltnUiun. Every one Is constantly on the vcrga of being ridiculous. . , Nature bo arranged things so that poor mun Is able to display as muni Virtues as a millionaire. DOMESTIC HINTS.' . Very old people shorten in . as they Increase in yean. , Bight hours' sleep will prevent mors nervous derangomnn...

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 January 1899

Ifoutcb'.ncon Cfecttc. Entered t the eoatol"oe In Huloliluion, laaiM aa teooud olMt niattor. I, Q.NETTLETON CO. Proirletori. (hi or duiMmiroaif, i.oo ria Ta ,, - ' C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist ' lieeorIptI6ns a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson W desire to congratulate Senator Field on bis record during the special eiwlon. In every Instance where we have seen the vote given be baa been present and voting and on tbe right aiue. Tm ....... nl. rll.o ai nwi a) rvij uiug kiiuura w Fvr u llat l-ulalatlnn that t,rftt,Ill all the republicans In the legislature voted to ..... r - - a 4 make the Stryker text book law per letual, They wouldn't bave ad' mltted that It was worthy or any merit during the campaign. In fact they frequently attacked and made all sort of sport of It, True light commenced by Warren Foster against lirljihum E. Roberts, the. Mormon polygamic who was elected congressman from Utah, bas assumed great proportions. The re ligioua organizations nearly every where are...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 January 1899

J)!U. W, MAOUIRB, BPJBC1ALI8T, n Dlscasci of Eye, Ear, Nose anj Throat, OUaini Scientifically Adjuited.' Oflee la Ma eoule Temple, Huuiblnsea, kUuaaa. LOCAL, ARB PEHAOHAI.. Mr. J. F. Leeds of Turoa wis In tbe city Tuesday and made tbli ofllce a 'abort call. . ' 280 marriage licenses were Issued la (this oodnty during the past year. SW were Issued tbe previous year. N. Ilalnllue & Boa have traded (their stock of groceries, corner of Fourth aud Main, for a farm near Turon, Two Ire. alarms were turned In from the Midland block during tbe past week neither one resulting In muoh damage. ' There have been very few criminal oases In the district court this session, tout it Is grinding away on civil cases with a Jury. ... W. L. Hendry, tbe present editor, and I. L. McOee of Nlckerson, have purchased rostmiister Humphrey's In terest In the Nlckerson Argosy. A new dry goods store Is to looate In ITutchinson about the first ot March. The new Arm will be under the name of Glasscock & Co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 January 1899

THE GAZETTE, AO. NBT1XETON 00. i i B, O. -NTTI.T(IK. IM. faUTCMNHON. KANSAS ANNAS ITEMS Or INTERKNT. , It cost tlm state ;'8,0(K) to recruit lha throe regiment unci the colored A smallpox expert who It work I tiff n AtuhUon gets 815 day ' his tor fleet Ilo Is from Chicago Ao old soldier at' Leavenworth who li aged 74 yoart, lit suing hi wife, Igod 24, for divorce, charging adult- ry. The rellle favor always roachet Hi height durlii(f the holidays. In thnu tuuqua county a man rallied off a tow ind a litter of pig. After rending tho paid wrlte-upt In t Kunsns special option one might be led to think thut all the bent men of llio earth hud locnted in one town. Gofft In a small town to have a union ilcpot The Central llrunuh and tho Northwestern use the sumo building, 1'ononrdlu ought to huve a union de pot, Wheat thieves are canning much ohh to farmers In northenst Dickinson county, driving to the granaries In the night and taking loads Jioldly to the market. The Ranta Fc ofiloluls den...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 January 1899

ALTGJELD'S JACKSON DY SPEECH AT OMAHA Draws q Vivid Piptup THERE IS BUT ONE FAVORABLE SIGN OF REDEMPTION 'The Party is Faced Toward the Sun of the People's Deliverance." "Woe Unto Him Who Trifle with the National Platform." Omaha, Neb., Jan, 7. Ex-Gov. Alt gold of Illinois wus tho principal speaker at the Jnnkuon day banquet Rlvon by tho Jackson Club tonight, The grand old man, who, by consent- Ing to run (or mayor of Chicago on the municipal ownership platform, has torn tho mask of trenson from thoue who would betray the living Issues for which the allied forces Btnnd was. at his beat and said In part; Til Itepubllo Threatened. Thl olub has won fame through lt struggle for higher polltlci-fur higher standards of justice, und for moro hon est econonilo and flnunclul policies. Hut great at are your achievements, much as you have accomplished, your work hu barely begun, This Itepubllo has been the beacon light of tha world for mors than a contury, It hai not only lifted tHa hopes of a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 January 1899

A. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? It means it Is the purest made. Soaps, strong with alkali, will eat And burn the clothes, and leave them frayed, , But Ivory Soap is clean and sweet. It washes out the stain and dirt, And leaves the fabric all unhurt. Cwtlikl, llll, kr TU FtiM I Oulla C, H4utfl Farmers' Correspondanco. As we noil no correBjiondwut from here we thought we would st if we could nllt one In from EnWrfiiuu uoiv anil thi'u It there is imy room for us. N It looks now us if the city of FeUin were goinR to hnven hooin us Wiiglur ii Holler lire jjoliig to ImlM new ttoie in the iwiir future. The building is to lie 24x(ll feet. We wish them siuwrs. The Enterrrii-e. school Is tsiight hy Miss .Iiuiney. Hhe In touching a very suocemful school. The literary lit Entprprlsn school house every Frhhiy nlglil is a yery good one. On Fiiilny .limuiiry Mh there was u mock trial. 0. 8. Harher di-fended and Win. Htrohn primeoutt-il. Both men went lit the case like lawyers. The case was a jury trial whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

TT Tf . J? J ' I TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY OP R1CN0 COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 19, 1899. NO. 20. VOL. 0. WW A HEW COMMISSION. It will Oonfor with the Natives of the Philippines AND ADVISE WIT1I THE MILITARY, ItUTbouulilII will ,ba Able to Avert U Outbreak ol lloMllllles Thfl LHlKt Cuban . I New Wnnhlftg'lon, Jawunry 17. President Si'hurmnn, of Cornell university, 'wua at t'lio Whtte Houwe .Monday, and hud t italic wiliilt the president. On Irav in.jr, he suid that ho had ueccpt'id a ixwUioulum coiiini.Imlon of five which U to be npiiohi'tcd to st udy .Die coin nverc'liui and soeJal problems of the llhl'lippliines, It lit now understood Mint itiliti other liH-iuucrs of the eoninil'tii'e will be Admiral Dewey, Ueneral Oils, Colond Clwmlds lXnby awl Professor Worcester, uf Aiw Arbor university. The work of 'the commission will be of a .purely economic mid .wot of a pali'Mcul mature. They will study the imiiblt and tnnMners of the Filial nan, 4ho nvntei...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

RElIUini u Republican House Leader Succumbs to an Attack ot Pneumonia, CLOSE OF A VERY BUSY LIFE, Wasiiinuton, .Ian, lo.-Nolson Ding ley of Maine, leader of tlui Republican side on the floor of tliu House of Rep resentatives und representing tlio See oml congressional district of Mulno in tluit body, il led hero lust night lit 10:30 o'clock of heart failure, roNtiltlnir from extreme weakness duo to pneumonia, llu was unconscious during most of tho tuv. unit dvii th cuine nulctly, without NELSON DING LEY. consciousness bulng regained. There were prosont ut the time: Mr Ding ley, Ml hb Edith Dingloy, Messrs, F, N. mill A. II. Dingley, sons of tho de ceased, James C, Howe, an Intimate friend of the family! Dr. Dealo, one of vim physicians who hat been attend ing him throughout hit llluoss.und tho two nursos. In forming: his cabinet prior to en tering on the duties of chief executive March 4, 481)7, President MeKlnley tendered tho position of touretnry of the treasury to Mr. Dingley, bu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

KELICIION AND REFORM. India Jim mora than 400 Christian Bndoavor societies. Col. W. J. Dryan li on active mem ber of the C, E. loolotx. Tba itudenti of Princeton hava Anally abolished tJ) brutal custom of featlng, 1 Rev. T. N. Morrison, of the Church of the Epiphany, Chicago, li Wn aieciea Diabop of Iowa. 1 1 '- The amount appropriated by our government fur Indian school purposes lor the present year la f2.G38.390. It U announced that the czar hue contributed 600,000 rubles to the fnm Ine-strkkon peasants of Alatlo Rus la. . . Ilecontly the city council of Kansas NClty, Kan., donatod a carload of coat n .1.. O n I , I . A. . ... . A u uo cunuiiuu Army iuua euu ui ter depot There la a Cuban Congregational church In Florida, with a membership of 80, 60 of whom have been received Ince January, 1898. Better fish remains In tlintua thnn ever were caught. The bride never wous me "Uesi man." a ,t-ua (SoBeBs When the children get their feet wet and take cold give tbem a hot foot bath. bowl ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

IfoutcWwon (5a3ette.. as seonnd olaas matter. American merchant marine. Iu oou gross tbe help comes from tory ex peotea source, tnut prince or monopo Eatend at the poauifnoe in Hotohinton, Kansas iBi. wuo holds fila seat In the United States senate, with a verdict of bribery rendered by a duly orcranlzed Investi gating committee hanging over Murk Ilanna. lie Introduced the bill 11.00 raa Tia and Is the obatnplon of the measure, To be sure our merchant marine should be stimulated, but that does not mean It should be fed. A part the bill may be alright, for Instanoe the part relating to harbor dues clearing, fees, etc But the granting of subsidies and bonuses, is thing altogether repellant to Justice. I.Q.NETTLETOH a CO. PrssrMert. tMtMS Of dUaSUBlPTIBM, C. E. SIDLINQER, Tlio Druggist 1 ascriptions a Specialty, Worth Main Street Tns Missouri legislature Is wrest Hog with an Income tax bill. God opeed the day of Its adoption In every fctate in the union. gurop.' Bailey Wagner, the grea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

JB.J. W.HAOITlKlt, ( 8PTOOIALI8T, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose an J Threat. OlMset Scientifically Ailjiulnl, OfflM In Ml onlo Temple, Hntuhlna, KtulM. LOCAL AMD ptMOIiL, A' ent 3. G HoberU of tbs BnU Ft lias been seriously 111, bat If now re covering. A marriage license was granted Mon day to Samuel S. Barntrager and Katie Millar, both of Haven township, Judge Foutroo kept oUloe aeveral days laat week (or Judge Stuart wblle Abe latter waa laid up wltb tbe grippe Tbli round ot the grippe aeemi to to about tbe wont known. Fro quently whole families are down at tbe tame time. A license to marry waa granted by tfce probate Judge last Thursday to Mr. John W. Austin and Elizabeth M. gchrader, both of Hutchinson. Tbe grippe Is on Its annual "tower" nnd "seize" everybody It seems. Quite a number ef business places are runlng on short help In consequence. . AtFoeltzer, has a couple, of Will Foley's Immense Partridge Cooln "clilx" on exhibition at bis cigar store. Tbey look like ostriches fo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

THE GAZETTE, & O. NETTI.ETON 00, K. 0. NrtTMETON, Ki HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS Ot INTKRICSf. An curly spring U looked for this Much Improvement I (till going on In Kantm. Tli Knntm State malltla l being reorganized. . A Dumber of poultry shows have been held In Kansas. Kansas farmers ire feeding lot of hogs for the mnrliet. All the Kansas pupors of fie lust week are full of grip, There nre now twenty-live Inmates In the Mothor Uickerdyke homo at To' peke, ' Since Atchison got the division more than seventy families have moved to the town, A rittnbiirg roiiMublo levied on the overcoat of a imin who hud been sued on a labor account, Seventy-one reul estate transfer were recorded In Osborne county for the month of December. The helpful hen Is beginning to lay nn (iclicclule tlino again, und tho mar ket report have eggs on the toboggitn slide. State Auditor Cole hnit TefuKed to pay warrantii for salaries in tho last apeelul svsHlon, and will wait for uu opinion, The World say...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

(Tho sohemo to establUh the fold standard In Cuba and Porto Rico baa failed. President McKinley's proolama tlon Axing; par of exchange Is almost tantamount to freo colnuge of silver. Press Dispatch.) Uncle Sam (in Cuba) to Gold Brick Swindler: "No siree, I bought one of them before and haven'f got rid of it yet." , , TRUSTS NOT RETARDED. THEY ARE NOT INTIMIDATED BY COURT DECISIONS. Our I.ete War hai Opened up new Plaltla for Traits and Coniblnatlom, Ml Al ready Forming to Comer Tbeni. Shipbuilder Will Combine. It Is announced that four of the leading shipbuilding concerns in tho country havo formed a combination in ""anticipation of the new policy of the government to acquire more territory, which will require a groat navy to de fend, The companies which are to form tho new comblno are the Union Iran works of Suu Francisco, whloh built the Oregon; the Bath Shipbuilding works of Until, Me.; the Newport News company of Newport News, Vn., and the Lewis Nixon couipouy of Eliza beth port...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 January 1899

Marred by inkstain, cut, and splinter, Burned in summer, chapped in winter, Schoolboy's hands have much to suffer; Common soaps but make them rougher. Ivory Soap is pure, and hence Leaves such pleasant nfter-sense That the careless schoolboy, en, " Takes delight in being clean. IT FLOATS. Ofirlikl, IKK, f tt fmrn Umif 0,OIlMMl t : -'-'- Farmers' Correspondsnce. , PBKIN MOTES. At our first notes wore In lust weuk we thought we would come ngaiu. We lmve not bud niucb time to get the news this week. Mr, Oeorse Snodgrass haa esn to Mis Bourl and Just recently returned banie. lie reports everything I" Hue shape P about tit. Joe. Mr. Tom Carpenter Is reeding some cattle. They look flue. Mrs. GrcgH 1" In l"w. mother was very sick, and we luarn sinoe that sho died before Mrs. Uregg got thus. lVklu Is doing a thriving business. The separator and mill lire running every other day. They get about 4,000 lbs. of milk to Rcpiiruto. The, boys of IVklii are ousting sheep's eyes toward the southeast...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

-,. f , , , . . .. , . j i - .... It'. bUtorloid looleif IT IT 1111 TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLE'8 PARTY OF BENO OODNTT. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAV, JANUARY 20, 1899. NO. 21. VOU 0. MAVALCONTROVERSY OonatoDlBouoooa tho Rolatlvo Mor lta of Bampnon and Bohloy. EACH COMMANDER HIGHLY LAUDED. rbe Question of l'ruceilence In Pro- motion fflndo llio Oceaalon for ! HeuuUr I'leld lu I the Senate. Wiudilnjrton, January M.-Th trar tli-a executive neiwlon of llie senate today wn dcvoU! Wholly to llio dli ouwitos of the promotion of Admirals Samiwon and SrJilcy and other wawl officer en(TB(fod In, the Santiago cam paign, over the bond of offlcera Who wer their upe-rlor. In rank. The controversy wn thou postponed for tvfenty days, aMcr a voto had been taken to oull for tho records of tihe navy department Tjonrliiff upon Uio conduct of all affected by the ad-ram-cement. .The discussion arose over the reso lution, of which Senator IVutler wn the lamlllior, calling 'or fheao docu-me-' ' - "Hfr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

filHIIIiiOn A fosslble Result of the Latest Compllcatlocs In the Islands, A PRESENTATION TO BERLIN. Washington, Jan. 23. As a result of the oablnot meeting and of com munication exohongod by Socrotary Hay and Sir Julian I'aunoefote, there Is every reason to bolleve that a joint representation will be mado to the Gorman foreign oflloo by the Amerloan and British ambassadors In Borlln. Tho present complication may end by the division of tho Island among America, England and Germany. While tho olllulals aro reticent, It is generally understood that tho note to bo prcsontod will main tain that the tripartite treaty lias been grossly violated by tho action of tho Gorman consul and the former president of tho mu nicipal oounoll of Aplai that they have interfered In tho olootlon of a suc cessor to the Into Mallotoa In an Illegal manuori that tho usefulness of the German consul In Apia has ended and that It Is to tho interest of Germany as well as to that of tho other powors signatory to th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

IUMalway. been a provwrt that ft widow Is hard to escape from, but oom- pared with a widower, a widow get discouraged before 'the hound have started the game, I'eople are very cliurltabla about toanduloua thing tlioy don't find out A traveling man's honeymoon lusti four tlmot ni long a that of the aver age mun, for the reason that he I nol at home ao often. . . , I It all right to ataggor home from l tag purty? A hulf-way decent woman will dt tnythlng to hide a criminal who la hoi lover. A U.n.roae Offer, , On of tha most successful arivertlalni firm In th world I llio Van Vleat. Mansfield Drag Co. of Memplil, Tenn,, proprietor of "I'lanlallon Chill Cur'1 and "La Creole llnlr Hestorer." Thej never lag behind for want of an Idea. Thli year they art offering fre trip to th Pari Exposition, Including- an ex- peine acoaunt of 16.00 a day for to day, ana to Cuba or I'orto nico, with an ex pens account of IC.00 a day for 10 day. to any of their customer estimating the amount, or nearest t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

IbiitcbfiWn (3a3ette. Entered t the eoatonloo In Hutohlneon, Keneai u eeooud oleea matter. 1.6. NETTLETON A CO. Preirletera. flKMt Of dUSeonirTIOH, S1.00 fYA C. E. SIDLINGKR, jYiescrlptlons ft Specialty. Horth Main Street Hutchinson Senator Young bat a bill In tbe legislature to prevent city from granting any franchise without a rote of the people for It. That is good. Let it pass. Tub first and best Joke of this legis lature la, that after all the ridicule, fleers and jeers flung at the incompe tence and blunders of tbe populist len iBlutora, the very first bill passed by the regular session was illegally paased by tbe solons of the lower bouse, and bad to be done over. The fru tern ul Insurance bill passed by the extra session of the legislature was orlgluully drawn by Judge bavage of tbe supreme court of Massachusetts, and was revised by the National Fra ternal congress composed of over fifty of the leading fraternities. It has been adopted lu twenty-three states. Now It Is annou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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