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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 February 1895

1 ,.r ; i i .V . IT If 4 t.nmi' w.,'iaiuiagsjsascHag THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIK PEOPLE'S PARTY' AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, FEBttUAM 21, 185. VOL. 5. NO. 25 f'J Cy" uu NEW DRESS GOODS, NEW SILKS, AT 35c YARD. Just received alineof33-ineb,all wool ' mixtures for early spring wear beautiful colorings, only 3ic. AT 5c YARD. 46-inch all wool, silk finished Germnn Henrietta, all new tpring shades, ut 50c yard. AT 23c YARD. . A choice lot of Figured China Silks, black and rose, black aud bluet, sage and white, navy and white, etc., a spring nener at 23c yard. ' . Remember that goods may be priced can always buy them cheaper at Martin's. P. MARTIN & ONE PRICE Hutchinson, EDWARDS & CO., Groceries, Coal and Feed. 493 and 405 No. No. Main. Dowa towu yards at 13 Sherman East, Smith & Miller's oln stand. All Kinds of Coal. Farmers' Trade Solicited. Our weights guaranteed. CITY DINING HALL BEST DODLAB DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY. Special rates t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 February 1895

ti:e i;utc;;i::3o:i gazette Tit lm1a Priallng taJ Pah. Bt. Wanes Totter, Editor. H. 8. FosUr, Bns. Hgr IIutolilxiBori, Kana Thb Portland minister who turned bank robber made a grievous mistake. Be should have confined himself to an occasional extra rush of the contribu tion box. Br reading the different Philadel phia papers it Is easily seen that tha election of either of the candidates for mayor in that city would be a shame ful outrage, i Thb Japanese have won another Im portant victory over the Chinese, and It the latter do not expedite theii overtures for peace they will soon nave nothing left to surrender. Thb esuthern physician who hai Just put forth a claim to having dis covered that muslo has a medicinal quality may be expected ere long to Insist that he also discovered the law of gravitation. Thb police census of Washington fives that city a population of 269,628, an Increase of nearly 40,000 since 1890. The reports about the crush of offlce-seekprs at the capital have 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. — 21 February 1895

f i "if 1 i i j J 80LID TJIROUSJI raoai ummMiimm TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, CM PEOHIA, ST. PAUL AK3 HlMEAFOLfS, oruk nuiA r.r. Vcatlbaltd Drawla keeping Crt, Reclining Chair Cut (BMtt free, ONLY ONE CHANGE Of CAE8 ; i TQ ..." l.; r, . Tha iLtlajatio Ooasst. THE BIST lINi FOB New York, Boston, ... . . BAtTIMORB,1 WABHIHOnrON, ; y? Philadelphia, Cimoinnati, Niaqaba Falls, Pittbbumi, AND IA8TKRH POIHTi. If or foil lafnnntUon, Addreta H.C.0RR, Oai'l Ate't f aat.ntr Agt., Kuiu City. at. THE 'Chicaga and Alton Railroad Only 8tbu Ballasted Track. XO CHANGE OF CARS BBTWBBH Kansas City and Chicago. Kansas City and St. Louis. St Louis and Chicago'; No Extra Charge for Fawag In Palace Eeclining Chair Cars. MOB IS FA3T YESTIBULED LUTED IRJHB. Ask your own hom Ticket Ant fbl ticket via th Chicago aid Alton Hallrotd r write to D. BOWE9, G.n'l. Western Pail. Agent, 216 N. Broadway, Bt. Louis, Mo. JAMES CHARLTON, General Panongei - and Ticket Agent. CHICAGO, ILL. NEW TRAIN THE "KKIGKEHBQCXER SPECIAL' D...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 February 1895

Entered t the postofflce In Hutohinson, Kansas, H seoond clam matter. HORACE 8.F0STER, LEE A. HUTTON. TsHXS Or 9VB8CRIFTIOR, 1.00 pikYbab C. E. SIDLINGER, descriptions a Specialty. Borth Main street Hutchinson It the tariff was not a benefit to the tlcb they would want It abolished. Lono couldn't support a wife until be was assured of a salary of 15,000. Thu appointment of the railroad commissioner Is satisfactorily received by the Kansas City shippers. InxTopeke Republican Flambeau Club has denounced Governor Morrill, 41ansas-Asbamed-of-its-Goverior" Is having a hard row to boa. Tiib turning down of J. W. F. Hughes meets with universal praise everywhere. Of all the puffed up pieces of pomposity, "Col" Hughes took the cake. The Gazette has two subscribers to any other paper in Hutchinson one cither at Sylvia, Sterling, Nlckerson, Haven, Csstleton, Pretty Prairie, Arlington, Abbyville or other point in the county. The republicans of the lower house at Topeka show their love foi the p...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 February 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 133. Activity ia contagcous. Arrangements for a spirited, -vigorous and active spring busi ness are now being formulated .here. Advance shipments of Waist Silks, Packs, Pequcs, Pei- calfcs, Toile Du Nord Ginghams, Dress Goods and Dress Trim. mings, wcrc unpacked '.yester day; As you are possibly aware, there is a decided pre disposition in favor of Silks, a partiality for Silks, a fondness for Silks, and a liking for Silks, a leaning' towards Silks, and a tendency t wear Silks for Waits and Dressesjt a greater extreme than has ever been known before The prices so Jow furnish' grounds for the wildest speculation and predic tion as to the eagerness and aptitude with which these beau tiful, practical fabrics will be received by people of moderate means The assortments here are larger anb more varied than anywhere else the silks firmer and a little wider and the price so low that Gingnams cease to be an economy. 20- inch Pure Silk "Kai-Kai" (washable) 35c ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 February 1895

M ft TRiSINS COLLIDE. FRIGHTFUL WRECK IN DEAD MAN'S CUT. OK. TWO KILLED AUD SIXTEEN INJURED. A Sooth Bound Passenger Going at High Kate of Speed Crashed Into Un Stock Train, Kesoltlng In Death, and Destruction The Engines Struck Full Bead oa Seventy Cattle Killed. Guthrie, Ok., Feb. 19 The most disastrous railroad wreck known on this division in many years occurred at midnight Saturday on the Santa Fe at the curve known as "Dead man's Cut," five miles south of Guthrie and a half mile north of Seward. It was caused by a terrific collision between the south-bound Santa Fe passenger train and the north-bound stock ex press and', was due, it is said, to the engineer of the freight placing a wrong construction on his orders. Two men were killed and sixteen in jured, seven seriously. Seventy head of cattle were killed and 840,000 worth of rolling stock was destroyed. The dead are: Charles Upleby, engineer freight train, of Arkansas City. Patrick Coldron, fireman on pas senger train, of Ar...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 February 1895

A BBIGHT STAR A SKETCH Or THE MAN WHO LED MARY ANDERSON TO FAME. AIM Vlnyad Limdlng Boles with Booth, Barrett and Thorn. ! From the St. Louts Chronicle. Cue ol the most conspicuous figures In the Stageland of America to-day is John vV. Norton. Born in the Seventh ward of New York city forty-six years ago, the friends ef bis yonth were Thomas W. Keene and Frank Chanfrau. We find Keene a star at the age of 25 and Norton in the flower of early manhood, the leading man for Edwin Booth at the famous Winter Garden 1 hea ter. He was starred with Lawrence Bar rett early in the 70s, and alternated the leading roles with Charles Thome at the Variety theater in New Orleans. Early in the Centennial year, in Louisville. Norton met our Mary Anderson, then a fair young girl who aspired for stage fame, took her under his guidance and, as everybody knows, led her to fame. Mr. Norton is now the proprietor of the Grand Opera House in St. Louis, the Du Ouesne Theater, Pitts burg, and one of the stockho...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 February 1895

To Gulvfsto". Pan E. Miller and tamily have gone .y Galveston, Texas. . . m N Sold Out. Squire I. M. Gray, of Haven, has ild his farm to Chris Miller and will move to Arkansas. A Holiday. ' The 22nd day of Feb. is now a legal Jioliday in this state. Tho banks will ue closed all day. To CorrmpoiMleuln. In writin? obituaries, wedding no tices, etc, be brief. Brevity is the order of the day as well as the "soul at wit." Broke a Arm. Eeed Carpenter, an employer at the Electric light works fell from a step ladder last Thurday and broke his light arm. 'two Car Loads. King, the furniture man, received two car loads of furniture last Tues day. He will speak to you later tiirouRh the Gazette. Bound Over. W. A. Woodrow was, on last Friday, bound over to the March term of the district court by Judge Cannell. Hu bond being placed at $1,000 which was furnished. Henry Waterloo. Do not fail to hear the famous editor, and statesman, Col. Henry Watterson, next Monday nifiht. The lecture will is ut t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

If TT TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN . OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, FEB11UA11Y 28, 1895. N J. 26 VOL. 5. T F 1 f , When You Wish NEW WHITE GOODS AND NEW SUMMER DRESS GOODS Come to i. Di mities, Imported and Domestic, y Colored Swisses, Novelty, Swiss Stripes Swiss Mull. Fancy Organdy, Batiste Royale, Yenisse Organdi, Organdi Lissc, Princess Jaconat, 7 Csr . rt T Crepe Grenadine and many other new and pretty tilings not men tionedall shown in "Our White Goods Department" ' SEE 8 PIECES 36-INCH Swiss Drapery AT 1 5c YARD. IP. MARTIN ONE PRICE Hutchinson, EDWARDS &G0., Groceries, Coal andi Feed. 493 and 405 No. No. MaU. Down town yards at 12 Sherman East, Smith & Miller's oln stand. All Kinds of Coal. Farmers' Trade Solicited. Our weights guaranteed. B- CITY DINING HALL BEST DODLAB DAY HOU8E IN THE CITY. Special rates to regular borders, nioe rooms, clean beds and the tables furnished with the txBt the market affords. L. FEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

THE HUTCHjNSp GAZETTE T. Eazatla Printing and Pab. Ca. Wanes Totter, Editor. H. . Foster, Bot. Hp Hutchinson, Kana A medical journal asserts that tlgbl lacing will make a red nose. But U won't not while face, powder con tinues within reach, Wedding outfits can be hired In New York for so much an hour, and, divorce suits can be had in Chicago on equally accommodating terms. It is a very curious result of tha Bearing sea arbitration that more teals should have been killed last year by pelagio sealing than ever known. Theiie Is no logical connection be tween a cold winter and a plentiful ice harvest and the price of ice to consumers in the summer following. It Is a slothful habit to put off until to-morrow what may be done to-flay. Yet there is some reason in it at this season of the year because the days are growing longer. The comments in Germany on the matter of the Elbe, argue a very dif ferent age from the time when everv European ship dipped her ensign ana lowered her topsails wh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

WEEK'S J&EVIEW INBKIEF NOTABLE HAPPENINGS FROM THE WORLD AT LARGE. Soiled Down Tit Du.y Mlndi Into Xutsbell Olvliis VdIukLiIo Infor mation of tho Great jPantilos Show a Gleaned from the Wire Iteport. Archduke Albert, uncle of the Em peror of Austria is dead. It is asserted that William C. Wil son is to be sent to Mexico. Tne Methodist college at Beaver Falls, Pa., has been destroyed by fire; There is a possibility that St Louis may have lony-distance telephones be fore long. j The Senate spent nearly the entire day Tuesday wrangling over, the fi nance question, ij . . . . Steven Johnson, in jail at ijrutnrte, Ok., on a charge of horsestealing hanged himself. i " James W. Scott has purchased a controlling interest in the Chicago Herald and Post. Major E. Tate of Pierce City, Mo., was horribly mangled by a freight train last week. Cherokee Bill, on trial at Ft Smith, Ark., was convicted of two more rob beries Saturday. Minister Cray's remains crossed the line into the United State...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

lOiutcMnson Cfoette. STatered at the postofflce in HatohlBron, Kaiiaaj, m leoond olasa matter. BRACE 8 -FOSTER, IEE , HUTTON. XtBU OF 8CZKBIPTION, 11.00 jPKR YlAB C. E. SIDLINGER, TlioDraggist ireacriptions Specialty. fith Main street Hutchinson Clow do you like the gold squeeze anytaw WBBKEisthe five per cent money promised us by Judge Stlmmel. And is this the milleniuni that was to follow the restoration of confidence. Ira state convention was held to day to nominate a candidate for gov ernor Moriill could not control twenty counties in the state. The act pertaining to protecting of gha fish of Kansas will soon become a law. This dees not apply, however, to the suckers of the"confldence"variety. Where are the scandals, that were to be exposed by the redeemer legisla ture as promised by Hornaday, the special Topska correspondent to the News. Lost. A campaign issue, labeled on one side "confldeuce"on the other "for seekers." Liberal reward will be paid Sat it by returning to Republi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

Hutchison, Kansas. POINTER NO. 135. "He who by the plow would thrive, himself must either . hold or drive. An exhibition of Sri H P7 S Silks, Silks, Silks, 'Silks, Silks, Silks, Silks, Silks, Silks, Silks, Silks, Silks, Siiks, Silks, Silks, Wais Silks-Kai-Kai" Silk"Habutai"SiIk, an assortment that is almost bewilderinga collection without pre cedent, a display of silk that is strikingly more perfect in pattern out lines, more beautiful in color harmony, and truer in the weaving than is usual-as Isaac Walton said of the strawberry, "Doubtless God conld have made a better berry, but doubtless God never did." might by justly be said of these silks-here. The "Kai-Kai" Kind .35c, 35c 35. 35c, 35c 35c 35c 35C, 35c 35. 35C, 35C. 35C 35C. 35C The "HaMai" kind 45c. 45c, 45c, 45c, 45c, 45. 45c 45c 45c, 45c, 45c, 45c, 45c 45c Orders are coming n from all over the state for these silks-If you would pick from the assortment in all its completeness-be alert These mediocre prices will cause the fi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

DOLPH DEFEATED. OREGON ELECTS A NEW UNITED STATES SENATOR. John T. McBrltle Chosen After a Dead look of Thirty-throe Day Bllvar Man Bolt the Nomination of Dolph, After It Bad Been Given bjr Acclamation. Salem, Ore., Feb. 25. The struggle for the election of a successor to J. N. Dolph in the United States senate, which has been carried on in the leg islature for thirty-three days, came to a close at 11:43 Saturday night by the election of (Jeorge W. McBride, ex-secretary of state. The contest has been a bitter one from beginning to end, and up to thirty minutes before the hour set for final adjournment, it looked as though it would be a deadlock. ' The contest has been a remarkable ono in , many respects. One month before the legislature met it was con sidered a certainty that Senator Dolph would have no opposition for re-election, but from that time until the legislature met the free silver men began a campaign to defeat him. They had no particular candidate, but simply were opposed...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

HI8 SIDE PARTNER. ,JAntonlo Fietro cams to America tt &e urf ent MliciUtlonof hia frlend,Le Ancona. When he lauded In New Cork and hunted op the address on BTeeciar atreet which Ancona bad glr jn him la his last letter he. found that Jjjjat cendeman had pulled up staves 5 gone awty on the very day that litro Jhad Bajledfrom Ibily. He had Jext so address behind him and the foly clew that flustered foreigner could jpulll gain as to what point of the compa3 bis quondam friend had head ed for was from the newsdealer In the get block, from whom Ancona bad long bought his Italian papers and bis Tobacco and olives, and for whom he &ad manifested a more sincere liking than anybody else In the world. Tfce newsdealer said he believed An ipna bad gone west That was decid dJy an Indefinite piece of information. Given an American who Is pretty weU acquainted with the topography of bjf own country would have considered it an address which was capable of a El many variations, and to the mu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 February 1895

Stolen. MLr. George Bourne had his horse ...id buggy stolen from the M. E. mrch last Wednesday night, while be tjd Mrs. Bo wen were at church. Castleton Readers. Mr. Joseph Maguiro has the accounts all Castleton subscribers whose sud ..kiptlons expired previous to Jan :id ia authorized to receipt for .aoney paid him. The Baptist t'hureli. any The Baptists are enjoying prosper ity uudertheir present leader. Services " - . l mm .Oft rtiChSabbathatlla. m. ana ui :ou , in. They still hold their services in the chapel room. Outo HIS Job. L. S. Kent, the auctioneer is doing a big business in public sales, tie afnrflvfl has a a-ood crowd. The secret of his success lies in the way he ad vertises. He uses the Gazette. Wauled. We want a live correspondent at every postofflce in the county. We will fur uiBh the stationery and send the Ga zTrF tra to asvnne who will writo ui"aratt doen u every week. flarrled. On Wednesday, Feb,'20, 1895, on Second east, at the residence of Chas. i'hillips Mr. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 March 1895

7v TT TT f iBnix-'.'JK'.r.ffinwwnifTWWs imawifuptw.iiwn,iijJLJWi wujjni.ipigi,jmiiij THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY .AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MARCH 7, 1895. NO. 27 Ml XTfM . K ' VJ-" , .. u,., i , rinnric ftlav HO Waller iio -" You can Always X5 CENTS FOR 12 STOOLS Spool Cotton, Warranted Full mm red, in ivhite, only Bo do Spools, 3 forlc. 10 CENTS EOR 12 STOOLS Good bsstlng thread (500 yards on . sjpool) lo Spool, 16o f-er dozen. AT llli CENTS YARD Genuine Indigo blue prints and good hecked shirting, usually Bold for Co AT 4 CENTS YARD. 1,000 yards "Hope" bleached muslin, lull yard wide, regular piioe 7c. AT 25 CENTS YARD. CO styles to picli from, all wool and silk and wool spring novelty suitings, priced elsewhere for aCe, 43oand 00c. AT 5 CENTS YARD 5 Cases fancy dress Ginelmms in all the ueweet styles, regular 7Jc vulues :' AT 125 CENTS YARD ' 5 pieces damask turkey red and Alizar ine faucy, 20 grado AT 35 CENTS YARD 24 d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 March 1895

MAYING OUT SILVEE. THE DRAIN ON THE COLD RE SERVE STOPPED AT LAST. Secretary Carlisle Hm Pretalled Vpoxx , Cleveland to Pay Out SlWer Dollar I to the Hen Who Hare Been Draining the Reserve of Gold for Export. The News Bureau, Sun Building. Washington, D. C, Feb. , 1895. Special to the News. The treasury department yesterday astonished the country and signally demonstrated its convictions that no financial legislation could be expected from the present congress, by aband oning its policy of exchanging gold for greenbacks and treasury notes at the demand of their holders, and exer cising its right to redeem them in silver at its discretion. It Is learned from reliable authority that Secretary Carlisle has for some time past been In favor of the adoption of such a policy and has urged upon the Presi dent the necessity, as well as the ad vantage of it, but to no purpose until the exporters of gold last Saturday an- nouced their intention to make heavier drains upon the reserve during th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 March 1895

ill V I i; (Y; AN ALPENA MIRACLE. t IMRS. JAS. M. TODD OF LONG RA PIDS DISCARDS CRUTCHES. In an Interview with a Be porter She . Revlewl Her Experience and Tall tha ' Beat Cause of the Miracle. From Alpena, Michigan, Argus. ' We have long known Mm. Jag. M. Todd of Long Rapids, Alperta County, Mich. She has been a sad cripple. Many of her friends know the story of her recovery,;, for the benefit of those who do not we publish it to-dVy. Eight years ago Bhe was taken with nervous prostration, and in a few months with muscular and Inflamma tory rheumatism. It affected her heart, then her head. Her feet be came so swollen she could wear noth ing on them; her hands were drawn all out of shape. Her eyes were swollen shut more than half the time, her knee joints terribly swollen and for eighteen months she had to be held up to be dressed. . One " limb became entirely helpless, and the skin was so dry and cracked that it would bleed. During these eight years she had been treated by a score ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 March 1895

UDutcbtnson (Bajette. Entered at the poetofflee In Huloulnson, Ktnaas, as second olaaa matter. HORACES. FOSTER, LEE A, HUTTON. T)SRM8 0T 8UB8CHIITIOS, 1.0O PER YAB C. E. SIDLINGER, 1' descriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson The upublican house killed the senate bill reducing tbe legal rate of interest. The appellate court is bow a real thing and six more collecting agencies have beeq established. Its "agin" the law to gamble now except at a horse race. Great states men at Topeka, aren't they? The republican house has defeated every attempt to pass a law regulating freight and passeneer rates. The populist seuate passed a bill re ducing the telegraph and express charges. The republican house killed it. If you "buck the tiger" now you can squeal. If you go you are liable to three years In the penitentiary. The Cubbison anti-gambling law furnishes protection to the bunco shop keepers. Cubbison and Taylor are great men. Suppose that the legislation had amended the prohibi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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