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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

J i t'n historical ion. fj Hi HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1899 NO. 4fc vou a , i f wsJJ!Sia!a" " TUE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLR'3 PARTY Of HENO COUNT!. ( . -.1 r 7' '1 I A Si ' ' Vv. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M, HCTOHINBON, M. D. HomoBopathist. Rwldonoe. mnaiwirnian Baal, Ffcont 174. On! NorlU Mala mto, Pkuue lb. Hutoatnion, Kana. A. U Hoi.MwAr, M.D. 8. 8. HoiXOWAV. M D. Rea.tua B. flr.t. But. Hul A Bui. JJU8. HOLLOW AY HOLLOWAV, Phyeloiaiia and Surgoona, Offloet No. 6 North Main Street. Talaphouat Raaldenoa No. 14,Offlo No. HO Hulchlniou. Kanatt. J 0, MALCOLM, M. D. Homoepatblo Physician and 8urget n. ORlcei MoOurdy block, oornir Mali and 8bsrnian Street. , t, Raaldenoe 113 Klrit Avensa Eaat. JJ FIBItOK, Attorney-at-Law. Booma 1. , and 8 over Midland Drug Stora. D RB. HTBWABT, m North Main HI reel. nr. J. K. Htuwurt, Surgery. Bp.ulal atlon. tlon '.o dlavaae. of womoii . Dr. H. A. Stuwurt Byu, Ear, Throat aud Now, Qlaaaea properly adjuatod. JEWELRY. HEMtYZINN, lowoltu- and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

THE GAZETTE, 1 0. NBTTLKTON Ctt B.O. NrrrLiTOK. Kd. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ,,ANSA ITEMS T INTEREST. Kansas l( long n sand plums thli 'MMan. The gold fields at Trego In this fttato are declared to be fake. Chemists 'ny there ii no (fold in the glials. If 'till If true lot of Topcka people have jbcen worked for pood-slxed chunka.of coin. , Corn stalks are being used for tele Igrhph polos In some parte of Oklahoma. 'It I said that they are superior to the 'old pole, an the projecting leave do away with the necessity of using climber. The most valuable single service tho 'Kansas newpnpert do In their constant attempt to educate the people of tlielr communities to beware of peddlers and fakirs nnd buy only of rcputublo mer chants. Ed Learned, of Cowley county, sold his furm for 81,000 nnd has taken the hard, bright, flcklo cukIi to Arizona with him to prospect for gold. Home body should chuln him up and appoint a guurdiun. While the young men In Ilutchlnson are neglecting their privileges an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

V CHAPTEIl X.-Contlntied. f "If the will la really lost, and there Is no copy, I am not my uncle'i heir tan," she Bald. ' "Colonel Branscombo's wishes" I fcegan. J "Dut the law V m asking you what li the law," she Interrupted, Impatient ljy. "I shall not be allowed to take everything If the' will cannot be Ifound?" i ' i ' ' "It will In that cane bo a doadlock," I returned reluctantly, f "And tho belr-at-law will come In?" the queried, with a touch of uncon scious triumph In hor tone. ' "The trustee will oppose-thore will te probably a long and tedloui law ult; the mutter will not be so easily settled. And pardon me, Mlsg Brans combe that the wishes of the testa tor, the known wishes In this case, should not be carried out must sure ly be a matter of regret." "My dear uncle," she said gently, "did pot, I know, mean to be unjust, but he was mistaken. I think If he could know dear undo! he would be glad that an accident should prevent the carrying out of a great Injus tice !" 1 She wa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

Tfoutcbincon Alette. Butared it tht xwtoffloe lu Hatoblneon, Kansas M seooud olaia matter. I. t.NETTLETON CO. prtirlttert. (Hi of duiwwmoMi 11.00 rwYiA C. B. SIDLINQER, Tfre Druggist F.'esorlptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON' VENTION. A delegate convention of the peo ple's party of Reno county will be lield In tbe city of Hutchinson on Thursday, August 17. 1U00, to be colled Co order at the court house at 10:00 o'clock a. in. (or organlng and ap pointment of com lull tees, after which it will adjourn to the auditorium for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following edicts: Sheriff. County Clerk. County Treasurer. Iteglster of Deeds. Coumy surveyor. Coroner. The apportionment of delegates will be os follows: Albion Arlington o Bull Ca.tlet'M t Center t Clay (I Enterprise i T.rnut A Haven 10 Cirovt 6 ffiayei 5 Hunts'lll 5 Lndon i Lincoln 7 Utile ItlTer Ada t Medford Medors MUml S INInneicah s Plevna I North Rono 1 Hoiith Itino 4 Koii...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

J)iu. w.MAtti'ina, SPECIALIST, o Diseases of Kye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat, 8UM'i Kclentltlcilly Adjustnd. Offlo in t vulu l.mplt, llutuliln.su, KtulH. LOCAL AMI lRMUNAI.. M. , lllodumn teaches Kln at T.tvim. Jiihn LlmlHty has it three pouud cu uu.b'uii exhibition atSldlingeri Arable Uoutledge, one of the letter carriers, Las returned from a vlalt Id Illinois. G. M. Wuodsou will na teach at l'retty Pralrw. Tiild la hi third year 4tl Mint place. . The children ot mo Lutimran churoli tield ploulo at the Wuulls place south of town, Thursday of last wselt. Steel on the lliiwuluson & Southern extension has beeu lata from Black well into Cross wueie It luiersBOts tlie SauU FeiHiid trains will berexularly ruuuluji. ery toon. Tbe C. G. Larned Mercantile and Live Btoclt Company bave brought a couple of oases to Ibis county by change of venue, from Kingman county, against theOwuiia, Hutchinson & Gult ivallrortd. The cases are for trespass and ejectment. Dug. Kennedy another Haven boy, and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

II HI I fearly 200 People Precipitated Into Deep Water In a Mass. BIG GANG PLANK GOES DOWN, Bah Nariiuh, Me,, Aug, 7, A score or more of persons wero killed yester day by tho collupso of tho gang-plank of the Mount Desert ferry, The Maine Contra! railroad ran ex cursions to Bar Harbor from all soo- tlons of its line In Mulno, the attrac tion being the warships which wero expected All the morning long trains packed with excursionists wero rushing to Bar Harbor. The train which left Bangor at 8:25 consisted of twolvo ears Jammed with people. At Mount Dosort ferry, tho terminus of tho line, the train Is loft for tho boat, for an lghteon-mllo sail to Bur Harbor. From the wharf a (dip, or gang-plunk, forty feet long anil tun feot wide, leads up to tho boat, The slip was hlngod at tho Inner end and was raised or lowored to suit the tide. Tho wharf extends on both sides flush with tho end of tho wuodon gang plank, five timbers four by twelvo Inches, sot vertically ran tho length of the pla...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

Bank Curiosity. On of tha ourloalttea ot tb Sank ot England U to be wen In th print Ins room. A man alU at a dtk, and very Wirt aecondi a machln dellveri to him two complete C5 notei. If be lti there nx bouri he recelvei over ' 70,000, and la J0 daye over 20, OOO.OOk The fUzle ot the oda fountain U financial success, Running a lowing machine might b properly tornied a home run. fait la DodlM of vrt . According to the latent eurvey, thi Great Salt Lake li about 100 mlloi long, with an average width ot from twenty-five to thirty mllei, though la aome place lti width la from fifty to Ixty mllci, and the greatest depth li found to be tome sixty feet, lti waters contain nearly 18 per cent lolld mat ter, mostly -alt and aoda, with email proportions ot sulphur, Uthla and bor ado acid. It Is a well-known fact that Atlantlo ocean wator holds but 8.5 per cent of solid material, of which salt constitutes 2.0 per cent In the Anlittia Dead sea the water contains 23 per cent of solids, Including ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 August 1899

TO CLEAN MATTING. Toinake soiled matting look fresh and bright prepare apailfufl of warm water with a handful of salt and four tablespooniuls of Ivory Soap shavings dissolved in it. With n clean cloth squeezed out of the mixture, wipe every ftre&ith of the matting, rubbing soiled spots until they disappear. A WORD'CF WAWMNG.Thr are many white aoana, mi rpitnla In ba " Jut i Rood at th 'Ivtry'; " ttuy ARO NOT, but llkr all cminiarfalu, luck th paculUr anj raaiarkabla qualltlaa l UnganulM, fVik fur "Iwiry" Snap and IniHI upon Ketllng II. nnmiT 4att m rt fnani a a M"u to mt whati Farmers' Correspondence. , Hot'.' Well, n should entile! Aiilirwn1 nun (n't Friday ul(ilit ml tlierimo In hIIII shuiI iittr. Wheat llmu-hing if jirn(!reinBfVnly on eoc.'iimt tif the weather. It is yield ing; m fnr I have b-Hiil, from thirteen to twenty-seven mid one-half tm-hl pr acre., Jaok H"7.eMt bnfl mU liiN farm to Noiib Horack for tt,HMi im-lmiing emr Jack and 'family wi'l leave- iti tihonl four week...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

HI a blatoiloal lOoUlfJ faggi L!"JU ; " TUEOFFICIAL ORGAN OP TIIK PROPLB'3 PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17,1899. NO. 50. Mill iiMiiS ita wmwSm0 Sfip . "'l .,;..),.. ,,; 'j. " " . " ''J ' 1 mi . TWO OP TIIK WHAPWKTRI) uii. nr,.l.Hll."fiiol with the ncot 'lemglad o belong to puny ini moni wiimuinnn. Wl.onowprobi.ulj fuel with the pioi y MWtog oll, Bl .trorm pMm .liter Intirfl. thai . . . -a...- Moore, tliut TliU world l ll i(letlng .how Vor man's Illusion glvmi, The finlltw o( joy, Hie U.r of wot Deoeltfiil shine, deceitful flow, There's imililiig truu but Heaven, Comrade Marshal win the old soldiers' candidate, bnt the "old boys' w. ro not iu It lhl yeer, to any great or eniull ei tont and be (ailed to get bli home dole fat Ion, Old Han Bialnem lies found lhat not II U truth that le told to I o. ndldate, end thst e four year-old promlaei of the gang ere net melntulneil on a purity Willi present exigencies In convention oi gnldbuga end ntl-ropndliitlonl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

THE GAZETTE, I. 0. NBTTLETON CO. B. 0. NiTTMTON. K4. nuTcniNsoN, . KANSAS. '1 KANSAS ITKMM OK 1NTKHEST. , Cstflcmnii in' ilnlnir & Tiler business Cattlo nra selling at big prices mid tlie ' demand is good. It U plcasuul to know that the Kun bus corn crop In very much bettor thun the Jokes It bus suggested. In tlio early days tlioro were cattle men In the went, who contended that cows could not bo taught to drink out of a trough, Twonty-nlne Indians from the Chip pewa reservation in North Dakota have arrived at the Ilaskoll Institute at Lawrence whore the will nttond school, One thing that make It 10 terrible for a woman to if row old in Kunsus in the habit which many of tlio newspa pers of thostuto huve of speaking of every woman past 00 an "grandma." Iiiimber men nra hustling thin year to keep up with tho demands niuilu on the yard, and it In Hinted that every brick plant in tlio sluto in behind its orders. This la li (frcut building year for Kansus. A officer In at Fort Scott ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

i HAVE NO VAGS THERE. SVIRY MAN CAN GET WORK IN NEW ZEALAND. he Government FuniUlmi Kniplojruieut to all the reemployed lit a Lower Scale ' of Wagni, llowevrr, Tlmii It Paid by Private Individuate How It Worki. In New Zealand each township hii Ita town dark, euch borough and city ward has the aaiue. Each of those of iulala keeps a tot of employment book. Aoy person wishing work ap plies at the employment ofllce. Hit 'name, age, eto., are hero recorded, what kind of work he wiutu, etc. Any 'one needing help can apply here, look 'oyer the book and get acquainted with each other. All this without eost I to any one. But this Is not all. After 'my name has been on the book two -weeks as one deserving- work, I can briar the olork's attention to the faot, when he will (ire me an order to the proper officer and I will be set to work for the public, building roads, bridges, leaning streets, working- on public jbnlldlngs, etc, at a lower wage, how, later, than private parties are paying Thus,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

Tftutcbttwon (5a3cttc. tCntered at tb poitoffliw In HoUihlueoa, Xaneaf m toooud olaaa matt. I, t.NETTLETON CO. Prtprlttor. fauua or dciaonirrieH, 11.00 raa Ya C. B. SIDLINGttR, Tfre Druggist f.-escrlptlons Specialty. Kortb Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION. A deleijate convention of the peo ple's puny of Reno county will be held In the city of Hutchinson on Thursday, Annual 17. 1890, to be called to order at the court house tit 10:00 o'clock a. in. for organ rtiR mid ap pointment of committees, after which It will adjourn to the auditorium for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following eftlces: Sheriff. County Clerk, County Treasurer, lleglsier of Deeds. Cuuu'y Purveyor. Coroner. The apportionment of delegates will tie as follows: Albion t Houth Reno Arlington 6 itonooe Hell S Halt Crunk 0 Cattleton S Hiunnur Center I Hlvla Clay 0 Troy ( Enterprise 4 Vally rant S Wilnnl 5 Haven 10 Westniln.lar OrOVt 5 . HUTClllNtOX. Here, 8 lit Ward 7 Huntarllle S ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

JpjH.J. W. MAOCIttK, BPK01AL.18T, n I)Iubcb of Rye, Kar, Nose anJ Throat. OI.iit.i4 Brl.nUfically Adjuntcid. Offlo In Ml uiiIk l.mnL, liutaiuliwmt, .uM. StfVf JoluiHoii has openul in under takin biiHlnfUH In l'rtt Mr. J. B Holioway of Imports, Ind , da visiting Inn unn, the lira. Holioway. F. II. Cort. roanaRer of the P, Mar tin Dry Goods Co., It In the east buy ing goods. L. A. Bunker returned hut wek from till trip to Europe. II was the first of the Hutchinson puny to reltirn. Amos Flank the Jeweler, went to low lust wwk toaUeml the drty Ufth anniversary of the uiarrlaKe of bn )irenU. . John Curran has gone Est to buy the slock of goods for tbe now store be and Mr. Squires of Sterling expent u open September 1. The store will be called the "Magnet." Ilev. Noah Asher a retired Metbod fgt minister of this city, died and was t)urlid Tuesday, under, tbe apices of the Knights Templar and tbe Grand Army. Frank Ki'pplng who was o mvloted In the -Jimrlct court here a ye.tr or two Hgo unde...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

m M, Laborl, Dreyfus' Chief Counsel, Shot Down on Way to Court. DOCTORS SAY HE CANNOT LIVE Kennkc Aug, M. Two mon nnv bushed Multro Laborl, counsel fur Droyfus, and one shot was flrod, hitting1 Laborl lu the buck, M, La borl full In tho roadway. Ho Ik still alive. Maltre Labor! left his house olono for tlio court ut about 0 o'clock this morning. Ills residences Is situated In tlio sub tirbs of tlio town, nbout u quarter of an hour's walli from tlio Lyoeo, tlio route botng ama a solitary rond bo side tho rlvor Vilulno. IIo hud reached a point half way on his journey whoii two mi' n who hint evidently boon lying in wait for him, rushed out of a narrow I una and ono of them fired u single shot from u revolver, Tho murderers were only u vouplo of yards behind their victim, and tho bullot struck Mullro Liborl lu tho bark. Tho wo mi dud in. in uttered an ago nized cry and foil Hat on his fauo. Tho murderers Immediately lied through tho lano from wlileli they had emerged and both escaped. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

The Tempi II Baf It li laid that the conduction of tin dam ftcrou the Nile at Assouan, Egypt, , will not sub, ge the temple at Pblla. "The nctual level of tho water behind the dam will be a little above the prei. ent high-water mark, to that the floor of the temple will (till be dry. A man always fee's queer when a woman tells liira blie Is crying1 "be caiue she Is glad," , You can never find out much about a man by asUtnjj him, or about a woman by watching hor. riln of Uwi Teunlt, . Interest In lawn tennis Is said lo M waning, but Its devotees are at a loss to know whether it Is due to the re vival ot croquet or the growing Inter est In goir. And yet tennis Is a real pretty recreation. Trl-Clty Progress, A man upends enough time wonder lug why his neighbors dislike him ta make himself ogroeublo to them. The best frlond you think you have In tho world thinks he hus a butter friend than you. Stats o Onio, city or Toledo, l Lucas Couniit, f Frank J. CIiuiipv nmUm onih that be Is the s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 August 1899

Most people appreciate a good thing at a fair price, but some few will only have the things that cost the most money. The " Ivory " is the favorite soap of most people. Some few want the high-priced toilet soaps and think they nuis.t be better because they cost more. No soap is more carefully made, or is made of better materials, than Ivury Soap. IVORY SOAP 13 ",;, PKR CliNT. PUKE. Farmers' Correspondence. YIMt H IIKItW, ICil Heinle nf Alvu, Oklii., in enlliiiK on friends limn. II v,ns urncmg tlif first settleis i.f tin coiintv. IU left bore limit sixteen years ii g, The recent, rains were a rreiit tenellt, tut the wind did I'lihi-iilTiililo ilniiuine to . the coin, musing It to lull badly. Many farmer vtew exrfOtlliK t seed tlielr ooiu Kioiini1 to wlifiit. It will be almost lnin Khlhle to iIh ho now. Mm. J. V. Magna, wire or II. W. Ma gen, (lied Hiulileiitly or heart. disuse InM week Ht the home of Iit (liiiiuliler, Mrs. Charlie Wuinner. Sua wan uliout lifty yearn or i.gr iiihI was...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

!' hUtorloftl ifljl.tf THB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIK PURPLE'S PARTY OF RKNO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1899. NO. 51. vol. a fpOPULIS T CONVENTION. It was about 10:80 ILhikIij vim CI li me d V. Kiflrclrpr (alltrt 1 1 convtntii n lo oidtr dl the c uit I ( me and a kid lor Ihe leading of lit nil b? the secretary. After tl si y t n id Hon. J. A. Deliaid was plan d in inn nation for temporary tlib'inm. There weie no otber txnili xtldi i i d Le was elected by ntflimiit.tr. Mr. Delbtid made an ri"'ilHle ai n convincing speech on tie Imuii tf th day followii'g about the same lined thought afterwards expreered In the reeolutlons. While the usual ct n mit tens were being selected, the hi use took a recess. Tbo following committed wtie up. pointed; Credentials J. Holmes, L. D. MoClurg, L. V. Burfleld. Riley Wllburn and P. 8. Brown.' Conference Thos Crott", George Thompson, Capt T J O'Leary, Jol n Lowe and Win Ilaitford. Pi-rmanent Organization J W Terklo, HA Seymour, Gtorec ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

THE GAZETTE B. Q. WTETTLETOX CO. B. 0. NkttlrtoHi Ed. iHUTCniNSON, . . KANSA& 1 ANSA8 ITEMS Or INTEREST. Thero are enough coming Kansas events to All more limn a column of soUd type In the Topeka Capital. Nothing seems to huve been shrivel ed In Kansas thU year but the delin quent tux lists. This year in Kansas a patch of corn fifteen feet long and fifteen feet wide forms a perfect on bo. No one cun doubt that It pays to be pious, ln eo a clorgymnn won a quilt at a raffle In Leavenworth. Since the day of the first record in Kansas thorn has uuvcr been a time when Kansas was as (frccn on August 19 as It Is today. The join tlsts nt Topeka are becom ing bold, but no enough ao to keep their beer on Ico and sorro it in a pro fessional manner. The stato superintendent of public Instruction In Kansas actually bad to be taught how to carry hit new baby without dropping It, A scnslllvo woman In Jackson coun ty horsewhipped a man who com plained of the way she was running a farm which she...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

Uncle Sam: "One CONQUEST OF POVERTY. THOSE WHO WORK THE HARD EST OET THE LEAST. Why la It That Ironi Who Toll not, Nalthar do They Spin, Hut a Vvited Right to Claim th,t rroccads of til Toll of OlharsT 0n of the greatest wrongs of cbat tle slavery was that the poor, tolling negroes who produced all the wealth n joyed the loast, whllt thorfb not working at all squandered lu vicious sensuality the wealth prodaoed by the toilers. The people eventually real ized the monstrous wrong and abol ished negro slavery by the force of a bloody war. But, in what condition are we today? Although wo are not bought and sold as chatties, are not driven to work by the overseer's lash, yet slaves we are when Intelligently .considered from a wngo point of view in the true sense of the torm. We 'have at present far more merciless masters than the negroes before eman cipation, Come, now, let us rcnison. I hope you still retain your sound reasoning mind. Do you see those working hard rst enjoyiug moat of t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

Ifoutcbiiwon (Ba3ette. Knmrd t the pnitoffloe In HnlohlnMM, KanaM M tMoud oUm malwi. .. NETTLETON CO, rroarlttaw. IIWI OF dUMOIWTIOK, 11.00 riaYi C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist inscriptions a tjpeolftlty. North Main Street Hutchinson Wi) U'O I) For Alirrlff 1CMJA ItAVL, of Komi h lluno rorrum,tyTr,a:;,r;;riuHi)yi of 1 1 1 1 ti ll 1 1 1 kod Vot County ("Ink T. II. FOLF.Y, For lllicrnf Hi-nln, , HAIII, MITCH KM., For County Surveyor Al.V A 0'llAIU, uf Cluy of Aillugtoll I'llllrldk'u CorCoionor I) It JULIAN, Arlington PEOPLE'S PARTY JUDICIAL VENTION. CON A convention of the people' pai ty of the Ninth Judicial district will be field Ht Newton, Harvey county, on Thursday Anmist 24, lHli'l, for the pur iwse of noiulnalHiK u candidate for jiiilKeof said district. The represen tatlun will he fifteen ileleRates from each county. IIohack Fohtkii, Acting Chairman. COMMITTEE MEETINQ. The people's purty county central coniuilttee will meet at the Gaze'ITH cilice on Friday, September 1, Ht duck ...

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