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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 November 1896

ff-f y ' J TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OP RENO COUNTY. J OL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1896. N0.1L M en's Favorites! AT0" A few items for which the men who trade here, have shown a decided preference. Heavy fleece lined mule hide mitt ens Q K with knitted wrists . . ' AO of thfi rmalitv and tirice Half Viirio mi f. tons Rnft t.fl.n f heavy. Wool lined, knitted wrists JOm Hr- Those fine felt hats in doras, Crushers and value SI, 50 each. We to sell at . . . Batavia Blankets, everybody likes them, can't help it on these cold nights. They're Q r big ones, fulf V size . . . O0c'Pr' Heavy knitted overshirts, button fastening, laced front . . . Striped wool shirts, "New Era." Made with a yoke . , . . Double front overalls, 9oz. denim. Tor rough work . Fleece lined underwear, well fin ished. Blizzard proof . . Camels' hair underwear, all wool,fy vests or drawers . . . . I O All men admire those trimmed hats sell ing for $2.00 in our...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 November 1896

A SPY ON THE STAND. CLAN -NA-GAEL SECRETS REVEALED IN COURT. Sensation Developed In the Ivory Dyn ulte Hearing In London "Jone," the Informer. Joined the Organization In Order to Ilctray It to England. Loxuotr, Not. 14. During the exam' laation yesterday, at the Bow street po lice court, of Edward J. Ivory, alias Edward Bell, the Irish-American saloon keeper of New York accused of complicity in a dynamite conspiracy, a witness who gave his name as "Jones" appeared, much to Ivory's consterna tion. "Jones," it is understood, has for years been identified with the Clan-na-Gael and other Irish-American or ganizations, and the prosecution ex pected that he would unfold the secret story of the physical force movement. Replying to questions put by C. F Gill, who prosecuted for the treasury department, "Jones" said he was a na tive of Armagh. and was employed by tlio British government to make In quiries at Manchester in 1800, and in 1801 was sent to America, where ho continued his inquirie...

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 November 1896

A DAJRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FDR OUR RURAL READERS. How BucceMfnl Farmer. Operate This Department of the Farm A Fw Hints a. to the Cure of Uto Btook end Poultry. r.OT long since the writer was in a large restaurant, and on a side table was alargevesselin irh wan heaped twenty or more pounds of common cottage cheese, which was being rapidly sold for ten ta a Tinnnd. and we were Informed that the sales amount ed to hundreds of pounds weekly, and brought In no Inconsiderable revenue as a by-product of a not distant cream ery. This cheese Is nothing but milk allowed to thicken and then Is cooked and "wheyed oft" and simply prepared, not even pressed Into cakes. Here was a hint, says a correspondent of the Practical Farmer.that might have been made of service to many. Numbers of farms have a few cows, and there seems only one way to dispose of the milk, that of making butter. Why ahmilri rnt thoaa women Who Spend hours a day In making butter to ex change for groceries at eig...

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 November 1896

OFFICIAL VOTE OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS, Ab canvassed by the returning board November 6, 1896. Tbutcbinson Odette. Catered it the poetoffioe In Hutchinson, Kansas, u leoond alaat matter. HUTCHINSON. Nlckerson. C. 6. NETTLETON a CO. Proprietors. n 8 0 S Trans or 4uBKwrnoif, I.C0 pihTbab C. E. SIDLINGKR,' Tlie Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson While bo many politically dissap- pointed people are ashamed of Kansas they should remember that the shame nay be made mutual and Kansas be come ashamed of them. A young man by the name of Serf was kilied in a foot ball game at Law rence Saturday. Wonder if the time won't come when the people will look back on foot ball games about as we look on bull fights. Bkadstreet and Dun and a certain class of newspaper liars have very much to say about the wave of prosperity that is sweeping over the land, but the evidence of it don't appear to be very rampant and rantankerous in the neighborhood of Hutchinson. A great many peo...

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 November 1896

TU.J. W.MMJUIUB, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Office In M suntc Temple, Hutualnaon, Kanaas. LOCAL AMD FEMORAL. The new bridge at Niokeraon has been completed and Is now open to travel. Sharpley'k Lyceum Theatre Co. Is having large crowdsthis week as it did when here last season. The police arrested a boy Monday for jumping on trains, just as they should do, the police we mean. Sheriff Patten took James Norton, who was declared insane last week, to J(he Topeka Asylum on Monday. AnmMooTefatherof W-M- Moore of this city, died in Amicus, Kansf last week He was formerly well known In Ilutchinson. The Ornish people sent two of their numbers as missionaries to Chicago this week, Miss Anna Wetns and. Miss Sarah I. Both. Rev. . M. Carr moved his family to Stafford Tuesday, where he is engaored to preach for the Christian church for the ensuing year. We are requested to announce that .on the first Sunday in December, the Oth, a general missionary m...

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 November 1896

THE GAZETTE. J5. G. NHTTLETON A CO. . O. HITTLITOH, EDITOR. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF 1MTKKJESX. Hunters and the oldest inhabitants of Kansas agree that the squirrels have fillerj their pantries, that the goose bone Is almost white, that cranberries are' unusually sour, and (hat crickets stopped singing unusually early, A young Topeka man and his girl ' have found a scheme to correspond ancj dodge everybody. The young man has, rented a lock box at the post-office and both he and the girl have keys to it. The notes never see the post-office people. J. N. Moran, of Sherman county, 72 years old, was caught in the blizzard last Wednesday and the next day a boy found his dead body snrouded in snow. At the eastern end of the state a cold dasi of rain was about the extent of the storm. A Shawnee county boy prepared rab bit snares in the woods by attaching looped cords to the top of a bent sap line. A man passing through the woods became entangled in the trap, released it and esca...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 November 1896

No more bonds forever. The tax dodger ia no patriot. - Let the fight go on against banks of issue. Agitate the referendum. It ia the life it the Republic. Now la a good time to think what 'might have been." I la now time to get out of the Dem icratic band wagon. The man who steals a ballot is a Jouble distilled thief. What the people want now a to lear some of that money sound. Everybody ' concedes now that the Vice presidential muddle la settled. Mark Hanna evidently thought the money question was the paramount ia ue. It looks now like some one in the future might refer to the crime of 1896. Money makes the mare go, and "sound money" makes her go mighty cheap. The man who will dodge his Just taxes has no right to have hla property protected. Direct legislation will knock out the scheming politicians. Explain it to your neighbors. The ones who talk most about pa triotism are the ones who think most about patronage. The loudest talkers about patriotism are sometimes the most greedy g...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 November 1896

$00D FOMHE FIEND NEW YORK'S "FIRE?.OOP' SKY SCRAPERS INVITE A i-lOLOCAUST. tnea Well Sfarted Conflagrutlon Might WlvXtthe Beat Fart of the BuaiiMM JSMStlou QToo Sluch Iron, Saj Chief of Ytf Department ISonncr. 'Slfow 'York's bnsiuess section that jmrt of (h city that inclndeu tho newest cf modern fireproof buildings is in great Sanger of being wiped out by flro. Capitalists who furnish tho money that pays for erecting theso netv buildings do not seem to realize this fact, although tho veteran chief of tho fire department reiterates this statement about once a yenr. Read what ho says. '"That a big section of lower New York eonie day will bo wiped out by firo is probabla if exiting conditions continue," Firo Chief Conner said to tk Press reporter. These conditions aro tho height of the buildings, the material used in thijir construction, tho narrowness of ih8 atroets and the inadequacy of tho water supply. It is a favorite argument that if worst came to worst, buildings ahead 'if bnrn...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

X I Aftr It IT ; TT Tf THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1896. m. 12. ,0 We're After Your Trade. Are We Getting It? If not, Why not? We buy for CASH and buy right. We sell for CASH. That's right. We have but one price; and that's right and the same to everybody. We'll save you money if you trade here. For example: Flannelette Skirt Pat terns. Rccl warm, service able and pretty. J 9c ea. Hair Pins, long hair pins of amber, tortoise shell, etc. Fancy shapes ' 5C ea Vicugna, Fleece lined cloth in Persian and other designs for wrappers. 1 Oc yd . Satin Top, 'Cashmere brim sail ors. Here's money saved. 39c ea. Tar Soap 'STaltke's kind. Big cakes. Wc sell lots of it, 5c cake. Ice Wool 'Shawls, neat and pretty; 2-t inches square, with 5-indi fancy border, white or black, 25c ea. We bought 100 pieces brown crash Jast week,. How is your supply of kitchen towels? P. MARTIN & CO HUTCHNISON, - TA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

A. SHIP THAT FLIES. AERIAL NAVIGATION PROB LEM SOLVED, PERHAPS. California Man the Inventor Files Over Two Towns The Inventor's Law yer Tells About It Has Flown 130 Miles Declared to Be Perfect. Saw Francisco, Nov. 21. The Chronicle prints a story which indicates that the air-ship in practicable form is an established fact. About 1 o'clock last Monday morn ing the inhabitants of Sacramento, who were astir at that hour, claim to have seen an airship passing rapidly .jvcr the city. Some merely said they saw a bright light, while others went so far as to say they saw a cigar-shaped Hying machine, and heard human voices from it. The residents of Oak land also say they saw the same sight a few bights ago. George D. Collins, a reputable lawyer of this city, says the airship is a reality. Mr. Collins says: "It is per fectly true that there is at last a suc cessful airship in existence, and that California will have the honor of bring ing it before the world. I have known of the affair for ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

( ) Estimates of the amount ol (fold ob Vraned by the miners from tho Yukon iplacers this year vary from 8100,000 to 31,000,000. TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money U it tail to cure. 260 1 Every woman who has fallen off in her looks has an indistinct idea that slaving for some man was its entire cause. : ! Tho elenhnnr. la the' chief beast ot burden in Siara and Afghanistan. An . "elephant load" is estimated at two Tons. i ; Some lovely little ice tubslnllavi. tuna, iiuna, aro among me uiote uu- f ,1.' It must be a settled principle with , the Christian that his life in Christ shall be a life of faith. Physicians Wise In Their Generation. The abofe elaaa ot iclentlett recognlie, and have ropeatrdly borne testimony, to the efficacy of ilostettor's Stomach Hitters as a remedy and jjrevontlre offeror and ague, rhenmallam, want of vigor, liver complnlnt, and some other ail. menta and Infirm conditions ot the system. Ex perience...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

Tfoutcb.nson Ba3ette. Kntered t tha jxwtoffloe In Hntohlneon, Kansas, m second class matter. E.6. HETTLETOM ft CO. Proprietor. fmxs or "iOBicmirnoK, l.00 re Yia C. E. SIDLINGER, Pjescriptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Leedy made do mistake in choosing Ed Little private secretary. Employes of the Illinois Steel Com pany have suffered a cut of fifteen to twenty per cent in wages. More con fldence restored. Bbeidentiial's loom for United States Senator is growing apparently without his encouragement and it may result in his election. We understand that some of the Bait workers are petitioning for a raise in wages on the strength of election results. Let's watch 'em get it Tnft Dailv newspapers of the State are now chiefly engaged in quarreling over the question as to whether they oueht to villify Ktnsas because sue went populist at the recent election. While Marion Butler and Tom Watson are fighting each other at long range with the pen, the populists will go right on o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

JJH. J. W. MAGTJIHE, ' SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. 'Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Office In Ma- -KODiu lempie, nuwuinsuu, &aiu. LOCAL AND PERSOSAL. Mrs. J. B. Vincent returned last week from a protracted visit in the Est. Of the township officers in Reno county elected at the late election the populists pet 104, the republicans 101 Eggs are now in tbe neighborhood of :25c per dozen. Wonder if that can be traced to McKinley and protection. Senator F, C Fields and D. W. Kent attended tbe conference of leading populists at Topeka, the first of the week, returing Tuesday morning. Tbe Seventh District Republican Ed itors' Association meets in this city next Tuesday. Wonder what kind of resolutions of condolence they will pass over the late Chester I. Long. Mother Wheaton, a lady engaged in motherly work among the prisons and reformatories, spent Sunday at our reformatory. Morris Ca!n also vis ited it but he didn't tell us whut his mission was. At the Univ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

THE GAZETTE. E. G. NETTLBTOM & CO. x. e. mrrutrox, kdiioh. HUTCHINSON, - - - KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Erery time Kansas does wrong there Is a man present who says: "Well, Kan sas is at last down to bed-rock." The latest eastern papers to roast Kansas are the New York Mail and Express and the Boston Herald. The editor of the El Dorado Republi can announces that tho breed of Ches ter white pigs is increasing in Butler county. A new safe has been put in the Shaw nee county treasurer's office to hold the gold and silver which the farmers pay in. There is a newspaper man in Ilolton named Damit Since the tho election we have heard his name mentioned fre quently. The prettiest election table publish ed in Kansas up to date is that of Har per county, published in the Anthony Bulletin. All the Spellbinders want federal jobs, and every mother's son of them has written to Frank Flcnniken for his endorsement. "Reconstruction" is the platform npon which the Leavenworth Times will wa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

J THE PIECE THAT WAS LOST, f i It was a midsummer morning. The trass was waiting for the scythe, but ifter breakfast Silas Rogers took down the old bible that had been his moth er's dally companion for over eighty years, and they sat reverently down to worship. The reading was that ten , ler lesson of the wandering sheep, and the lost piece of sliver, and ended with the heavenly rejoicing "over the sin ner that repenteth," and after the earn est, though homely prayer, they were ready for work. Abner, the hired man, ind Reuben, the boy, as they started out of the house, almost stumbled over i woman sitting in the doorway, ab lorbed In thought. Silas looked at her. but did not stay to question her. And when they were gone, she rose ibruptly and said, "Will you give me lome breakfast?" Mrs. Rogers looked at her. She was i tall and not uncomely woman of ibout thirty, but with something in leflnably evil about her face. The hard mouth, the bold, defiant eyes, repelled her, yet It seemed ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 November 1896

COLD STANDARD PROPHETS. Their ProinlM to the People Unfulfilled sod Their Purpose Made Plain. Underneath tbc flimsy disguise which the money power has assumed in thia campaign the real explanation of the fight which is being made with bo ranch itritternesa on free ooinage can be dis tinctly observed. Expressed in a nut shell, it is nothing more or less than a "deliberate scheme on the part of tho jmoney power to contract tho nation's currency, and the single gold standard, thnnoh ealonlatod to produce great havoc, is only ono of the mothods sr Which thia result is to be obtained. To fully establish the truth o statement, it is only necessary tr former contentious of tho rar 9 and contrast them with itr p,esont atlti. tnde on the money ques Three yeara ago tb m(jnvho are now advocatir ... . . standard as a rer for exjHting evil8 were clamonnrte,jTepe,a of tfae pur chasing olau'jpyjQgjjgj.jjjjjjj nct Jt was olaimr hjy.,)tiefi0ffti8e prophets teat a repeal Ih(J6 0ian80 woud ref(t0re na...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1896. NO. 13. dren, i' pages Prune Book Chrii mat SANTA CLAUS in At Has been gettir 4g out Christmas Books. Cold Wflathp.r tines t ,nt intorforA with his work. In fact he likes it . and the TTTTTIT WTTTT T Att TnTTT1 -Us w w w . -m. . U XJXJXKA ft t X fc " w w w press sometbJ ing bright to gladden the hearts or the little fo' iks.is impressed upon the waiting sheet. He has piles of books this year and makes MAR .TIN'S his general display house: Here Is ' hat We Peek-a-BoC , illustrated; Lit tle Stories ' or Little Peo P,eu'.and 1 -Jttle Lass, with bnght cardboar 4, cover at 5c ea. Our Are books good content; litho oil bac' follows: "3' Winter Da and Gay Tl Wc Series. of generous size and i, brightly illustrated and is. The titles are as ffechief and Play on a ," "Story Book," Happy ley Circle old Tray," '-Dog-iea and Wee Follies' Aimes for all Times," "Bu ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

MANY PRIVATE BILLS. CONGRESS WILL CONVENE NEXT WEEK. Many Important Measure! to Bo Con sidered The Question of Additional Revenue the Most Important 1'aclOo Bef undlns; and Nicaragua CanaL Washington, Nov. 30. It is not probable that the House at the coming session of Congress, which begins a week from to-day, can dispose of much of the proposed legislation which en cumbers its calendars. The question for additional revenues for the govern ment will depend on the Senate, to which body the House sent the Ding ley bill almost year ago. Should it be possible, or be deemed Inexpedient to press that measure through the Sen ate, there is, of course, a possibility that the proposal to increase the reve nues by an additional tax on beer or the imposition of a duty on tea, coffee, etc may take tangible form, and if so such legislation must originate, under the constitution, in the lower branch of Congress. There are on the several calendars of the house 1,465 bills reported from the various ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

J 1 FAKM AND GARDEN MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. Borne rp-to-ito Hints About Caltlvav , tlon of the Soli and Yield Thereof Hortlcoltore, Viticulture and Flori- eoltare. S dairying over done? Poor dairy1 lng is overdone, but rood dairying is not. This is about as correct an answer as oc- cure at this time, writes F. W. Mo3e- loy in Indiana Far mer. The number of cows anywhere cannot be Increased only at about a certain ratio each year. Those who keep cows for dairy purposes keep small herds as a rule, and until a successful milking machine has been produced and comes into general use this condi tion will likely continue. Of course there are so.ne large dairies in this country where cows are kept by the hundreds, but such herds are rather rare exceptions, and a good proportion of them are kept by milkmen not far from large cities. These herds are kept up by purchase, and the owners of them can be more properly called milkmen than dairymen. They are not dairymen in the true s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

Tbutcblnson Qmttc Intend at the poetoffloe in Hutchinson, Kansas' m second olaee matter. E.6. NETTLETON k CO. Proprietor. linns or dcBscBipnoN, 1.00 pehTkab mm, C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson As between Sherman (or the Treas ury and Ilanna for the Senate or vice versa, It's about "boss ana hoss." It is not likely there will be much fighting done between fireidentbal and Harris over the United States senator ship. From the comparative amount of at tention the two men are attracting one would think it was Bryan, not McKin ley that was elected. Weyleb has beard of the cempaign the eastern papers are making against Kansas and has borrowed the term "anarchist" to apply to his Cuban ene mies. An exchange speaks about a "cold footed goddessi" and it occurs to w that there is about one in every well regulated family, even if this is christian nation. The uninitiated who witnessed yes- terday's game and saw several young men carried, br...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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