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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

(R. J.W.MAGCIKE, N(J SPEfClAXJST, I Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Af Throat. Jnea Scientifically Adjuated. Office i Ha Ttunio lemple, Hutchinson, Kauiae. LOCAL AND PBBSOSAI.. 7 The railroads in Reno county pay ! nearly one-fifth the total taxes this j year. Xssistant Chief of Police Sutton of Wichita, was in the ciiy the last of the week. . Mrs. M. C. Gillette of Kingman is be ing entertained this week by Mrs. Dr. Hutchinson of this city. Mr. J. B. Culbertson, livinjt three and a half miles southwest of Sterling, is laid up with a badly sprained ankle. Bishop Millspaugh, bishop of this diocese of the Episcopal church, preached twice in this city last Sun day. The mayor of Mcl'herson has recom mended the closing of the schools and churches to prevent the spread of diptheria. The teachers of the Central Kansas Association resolved to hold their next ' meeting next Thanksgiving day at McFherson. , The Junior Endeavor society of the Christian church is preparing for a Kmnnip nntei-tain...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

THE GAZETTE. E. G. NETTLBTOM A CO. . O. NETTLITOJf, XDITOa. HUTCHINSON, KAN8AS. KANSAS ITEM 4 Or J.NTfcKEST.. ' TVcbb McXall has written a song, "Stand Up for Kansas," and is looking for somebody to fit it to music. Atchison women give Mother Hub-1 bard parties and then wonder why the guests are able to eat so much. Jim Gordon, a western Kansas boy, 'was elected state's attorney of Ilender son county, Illinois, by a big majority. Messrs. Teller, llightower. Benoff and Ford of Arkansas City while hunt ing coons last week cornered nine in one tree. They secured six of these. The Wichita schools are to be dis missed during January to save expen ses. We thought licensing saloons mean plenty of money and low taxes. Governor-elect Leedy, it is said, has since his election read over Lewelling's inaugural address and will carefully avoid following its ideas in auy partic ular. If the Arkansas City merchant who advertises "three quarts of kisses for a quarter" would hire some pretty girl cle...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

v The "old guard" still lives. Now let us have some prosperity. ' A vote for principle Is never lost. The Sowall family ceems to be In It anyway. The democratic rooster didn't crow, this year. If you would win In 1900 begin the battle now. They say a business boom has "sot in;" let her boom. , Jones Is almost equal to ClevelanS es a party wrecker. " There Is no danger In an overpro duction of prosperity. Kentucky seems to have hit It where she missed it a year ago. The republican party didn't seem to le divided to any great extent If prosperity does come It will be a. good time to get out of debt. It won't stay. Let the work of education go on all along the line of the St. wuis piai form. There is a strong suspicion that tha yellow-hammer democrats are muuj republicans. T ) mnrthrr nf TlntB that GrOVCl dated his Thanksgiving proclamation November iin. Thn hoar rhlnir for the DOPUllstS to do now is to pull themselves together for the next fight. tt ii.n la nnvthlne else the republl c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 December 1896

CANINE FRIEND IN NEED. :(ow th Greyhoond BeMued the Little Spaniel. ''Talk about the sagacity of dogs," remarked Jenkins as he scornfully sur leyed the records of the good deeds Jone by canines in general. "Why, I ,aw something one day which beats the world something which, in addition to proving the reasoning power of dogs, .showed also that some of , them at least possess a great capacity for affection for their own kind. A friend of mine np town owns several dogs, among the lot ibeing a magnificent greyhound and a diminutive spaniel, the two dogs, not withstanding the disparity in size, be ,ing warm friends. One summer day the dog catchor wagon was making the rounds and, as usuul, was missing the ours while corralling the animals which are well taken care of. It happened that my friend's front gate had been left ope,n, and the two dogs mentioned escaped linto the stroet just as the wagon turned Ithe corner. There was a great ory on the part of the catchers, who grasped their nets...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 December 1896

tftfe otieaJ THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1896. VOL. NO. 14. BUSY LIFE In Every A popular trading point for the masses; a store tull of Christmas happiness extended cheerfully to all men every day in the year, everybody likes to buy here. It's a genuine pleasure for us to attend to your wants We could build a mountain with our stock of Christmas fJoveities. ;Store Crowders Picked Mart of Things Useful : ViCUgna is a good cloth, for wrappers; fleeced inside and printed on outer side in patterns new and pretty. We've a lot of remnants, big and little to sell at 7c yd . Baby Comforts are much sought after; eider down for cloaks, soft, fleecy and warm, 25c yd SateenS have not been lost sight of in the Christmas rush; We sell Simpson's goods for lOcyd. Blankets have pold well, are selling better under .our special price inducement; one kind is red medicated wool, big in size, soft in weave, for $...

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 December 1896

bis Bi CUBAN QUESTION FORCI BLY DEALT WITH. SPAIN IS THREATENED. The United States Ready to Interfere Iq It Own Way Unlets Speedy Ces sation of Hostilities Is Brought About The Question Kxhaott- Ively Discussed In All Its Deplorable Features. Che Situation In Turkey Little Chanted, But Reform Is Looked for The Venezuelan Incident Practically Closed Tariff and Financial Views Belterated Offens ive Partisanship. Washington, Dec. 7. The following is the president's message to congress: To the Congress 0f the United States: As representative of the people In the legisla tive branch of their government you have assembled at a time when the strength and excellence of our free institutions and the fitness of our citizens to enjoy popular rule have been again made mani test A political contest Involving momentous consequences, fraught with feverish apprehension and creating aggressiveness so intense as to ap proach bitterness and passion, has been waged throughout our land and determined by...

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 December 1896

;almage s - 7bermon2s EmDlovments of Heaven. .... t V Washington, D. C, Dec. 6, 1896. Dr. Talmaee'a sermon to-day elves a very unusual view of the celestial world, and is one of the most .Unique discourses of the great preacher. The text la Eze klel 1:1: "Now it came to pass in the thlrtlets year, In the fourth month, in the fifth day of the month, as I was Twhong the captives of the river of die hard that the heavens were opened." Ezeklel, with others, had been ex- iauaicu auu nunc iu iuicu a- was standing on the banks of the royal canal which he and other serfs had been condemned to dig by the order of Nebuchadnezzar this roy al canal In the text called the river of Chebar the illustrious exll had visions of heaven. Indeed, it is almost always so, that the brightest visions of heaven come not to those who are on mountain-top of prosper ity, but to some John on desolate Pat ' mos, or to some Paul In Mamertlne dungeon, or to some Ezeklel standing on the banks of a ditch he had been ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 December 1896

I&utcbtneon (fette. Entered at the pottoffloe In Hutchinson, Kanaaa, aa aecond claaa matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. Xtt8 or dOBeoBinion, 1.00 p T CSS N iLABtU' C, E. SIDLINGER, TlieDrviggist FjescriptloDS a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Cleveland is still very much afraid to have so many greenbacks laying around loor-e. The people who will wander through the whole dreary length ol the presi dents message are about as few as tbe national democrats. From all accounts Sharkey in his mill with Fitzslmonsgot nattered up enough to deserve that $10,000 stake. Perhaps that'a the way the referee looked at it. Cleveland must fear that the peo pie den't appreciate the "ruin and destruction" of the Cuban war from tbe number of times be reverst to thbt phase of the question. In fact tbe "ruin" of tbo thing is about all be sue ceeded in establishing in his two or three columns on the situation. Breidentjjal says there have been more men applied for office under the Leedy ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 December 1896

J. W. MAGUIKE, , . SPECIALIST,' .Q Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose Throat. and Glares Scientifically Adjusted. Office in Hi itonlo Temple, Hutublnton, KintM. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Sits. F. L. Martin has been ill. .-Sterling seems to have frequent rob' berles. A store was robbed there last Thursday night Supt A. Harshberger.of Greensberg was in town on business Wednesday and made us a plesant call . Mrs. Jones, of 8terling, who was operated on at Dr. Stewart's hospital returned to her home Friday. More than twenty families in Hutch inson are receiving aid from the Asso ciated Charities. Promised prosperity is tardy n arriving. , Eight members were added to the Presbyterian congragation Sunday as a result of the meetings of the last two weeka. The State board of education have granted licences to instruct in insti tutes to Superintendent Dawson and Gasper Edwards, of Turon. George Stitt, of this city, enjoyed a visit from bis brother Frank P. Still, cashier of the First National Bank of EJ P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 December 1896

THE GAZETTE. E. G. NKTTLKTON CO. 6. MITgjrrOK, IDITOBV HUTCHINSON, KANSAa KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. t, Ionia San Frauols-o Rallaoarf Com pany. National Irrigation Cong-re. ' The National Irrigation Congress will meet at Pheonlx, Arizona, December l5th to 17th, inclusive. For the meet ing we will sell round trip ticketrfrom 11 points on our line in Kans. to Pheo bix, Arizona, and return at rate of one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale December 10th to 13th in clusive. For rates and Information re garding stop over privileges, call on or address City Ticket agent, Corner Main and Doaglas Ave., Wichita, Kansas, or agent at our nearest point Judge Dennison, on senatorial matter says his name is Barkis. An Atchison girl been fined $20 and cost for assulting a young nan. Liberal will dig a town well and run it with gasoline for all who come to drink. The way to settle prohibition ques tion is to have a vote on that question straight Ewing Herbert opposes a proposition to li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 December 1896

in if ist i THE WINNER FAMILYMUR DER AVENGED. MOB LAW IN MISSOURI. The Husband and frmther and an AJUcd Comrade la Crlma Taken From Lexington, Jail at Midnight and Hanged Lyncher to Be Procecuted The Crime Briefly Bevlewed. Lexington, Mo., Dec. 8. Two hun '' idred unmasked men from Bay county broke Into tho jail here last night, , took Jesse Winner and James Kelson, ,-who were charged with the murder of ,Mrs. Winner and her two children, near Richmond, October 26, across the river and hanged them. The bodies ' -were fonnd this morning. Lon Lackey, the third man accused of complicity in the crime, was brought 'here this morning from Richmond, and it is feared the mob may return some night for him. Winner was brought here ten days ago for safe keeping, and Kelson was put in jail here Saturday. That even ing there were many rumors that Ray county people were organizing to come here to lynch the two men, and the jail was, by order of Judge Ryland, strongly guarded. Ko mob appeared, and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 December 1896

i - I " -T j ; - . . . 7- " 111 ENGLISH HOP il HARVEST SCENES DESCRIBED BY AN AMERICAN VISITOR. Work That Bequlrei Application During long Day For Small Betnrni Plctur aque Situations, but There I Too Much Poverty to Admit of Poetry. , Yesterday I spent ut Mulling, an an cient market. town abont 80 miles from jLpndon, which is in the midst ot one of 'the most fertile and extensive hop dis tricts in the world, the soil being of the rich quality that produces the famous golden hop. I stood on an emineuce and surveyed in every direction t-tf plantations pj tall hops, lrlmit on the gteuight, flmilj ;e, the deep "green of VnO vine leaves boautifully rmeifby the great bunches of golden 'flower. On a hillside a little distance to the left were tho uniform white tentn Of the hop pickers, like the encampment nf an armT for you must know that the hop pickers are not residents of the, neighborhood. They come from distances by families, a large proportion of tb.ein. from London. And, be it know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

,' ' ': . TT IT PHIS OFFICIAL ORGAN OF. TflB PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17; 1808. VOL. '7, ft Christmas Buyers Are Crowding the Aisies at A - con orvri . .1 1 "OnnrJ throng a happy one. are nvucn in uemauu, tuu .d the dainty novelties 01 iraue ciauii mo 'i . - a UOntf SJiare OI patrUUOKO. l eveTrv description. Mechanical wonaers, 1001 chests, chairs, tables, and a great multitude of wags seasonaDieana inexpensive. MOTIONS: Such as Santa Clam Brings: Hobby HorSeS with mane and tail; good strong rockers 11.25 and $1.50 ea Baby Buggies with basket and parasol 2Sc, 39c, 89c, $1.25, and $1.50. Washing Outfits 2 tubs winger, clothes horse, etc., 25c & 50c Red Chairs with stiff backs 2Uc ea. . Rocking Chairs parted red 35c ea. Little Red Tables folding logs 35c ea. Tool CheStS with full carpen ter's outfits, 25c 48c and 98c set Trunks for the girls and their dolls'vclothes at 39c, 50c, 65c, 98c ea. Cradles neat and pretty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

THE GAZETTE. E. g: nettlbtox co. m. a. Mirruroic, icrroa. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Prmtt has the "division point" ids In IU head again. The Presbyterian church at Ottawa Is going' to hare a new steeple. The Chase band has quit business al though it had both money and wind. Wellington society people have been greatly stuck up since they had a taffy pulL When news is scarce in Atchison the reporter discovers "the bones of a lead man." ' An Olathe man is advertising for 10 cents the knowledge of how to make whisky without a still. The contest music for the Hutchin icn Musical Jubilee for next year has ilready been given out. v fid Howe says that you can always please a woman after she has passed forty by saying she is slender. Tom Scates warns the western Kan gas boys that he is after the register's place at the Dodge City land office. The wife of tho late Judge Dundy loaned the money with which the press of the Atchison Globe was purchaseg. The consolidation of co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

CHRISTMAS EVE. ztr-M throueh a fold of purple mist Tfce m goes down a crimson i wbeel And Ulie an opal burns the sea That once was cold as steql. With pomp of purple, gold and red, Thou wUt come back at morrows dawn; But thou canst never bring, O Sun, The Christmas that Is gone! Ella Hlgglnson. OUR XHAS DINflER. By Mary Kyle Dallas. HRISTMA3 nan come. For days and weeks we had been making prepara tions to feast my husband's pater nal uncle, Mr. Benjamin Frank lin Scurry, '. and such a dinner as we had gotten up was never even thought of by persons of our limited Income. But. then, we had good reason for doing our best, for, after having taken no notice of his nephew since he was born, the old rnntlfiman had written to him that he had made his will In his favor, and that when he went where we can take neither money-bags nor real estate vlth us, Ben should have Scurry Park and all the money in the bank, which hn hart nRPumulated In his long years of bachelorhood, during which he had p...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

Ifoutcbinson (5a3ette. Sntered t the poctolBce in Hniohlnson, Kansas, second olau matter. E.6. NETTLETON A CO. Proprietor. latum or htbscmption, $1.00 pibTiab C. E. SIDLINGER, TlielDr-aggist fjeacriptions a Specialty. North Mala Street Hutchinson ' Govkbnou'' John F. WillH, ui n elector on the "middle of the road ticket," received seven votes In Jeffei 8on, his own county. There are four voters In the family. The other three are still running at large, says a local writer. 01 athe Tribune. About the-most eloquent ghost on this side of the river Styx is Col. HeDd Waterson. He stnlked up to Indian apolis the other day, beat bis torn toms, clattered his jaw bones and prophe sied. Prophesied that the little measly segregation of mugwumps once sup posed to be Democrats, lead by Grover Cleveland, will multiply, and replenish the earth. If the eai f.h ever gets re plenished by that sort of commodities t will be after it has annexed Itself to Mark Banna's coat tail. brings no prosecutions n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

TVU. J. W. MAGCIIU5. - SPECIALIST, ji Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. GlHot 8clentiaclly Adjus oolo 'lemple, hutcWnnon, Adjusted. Office in Ma- LOCAL AND PBBSONAIi. ' in. -Krtl- Rrna. sold 800 head Of J. UC . ... Me to W. D. Woods other day. Woods of Kingman occupied E. pulpit Sunday. tbeM. Mr., byville , Mn a. a. Mikesell of Ab- ereinthe city Saturday. Iwltzer attended the State A.M. t l meeting at Tbpeka last borticultur. week. James Mc. Chicago Tuesc Kinstrey returned from 'ay where he had been on law business. Dr. Maguire o me home from Staf ist of the week where ford county the h be bad been on pi ofeaalonal business Dlptherla, which n9Kbee "in 8r .iAwi in thm nrt "borhood of Ar- iinonrweareinfo; "subsiding Wm. Astle.of Havi n, was loosing over the city Saturday a nd presumably congratulating himself t hat he didn't run for the legislature tbh i year. The Standard Dress Cut! Ing Acad' emy, first door east of the pt meeting with splendid succe 'Stofllce, is is. .New engag...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

i mm mm APPEALS TO EUROPE DO NOT SCARE. NO CHANGE OF POLICY Tbe Right of Thla Country to Interfere In Cuba if Necessary Well Established Senator Call Introduces Bit ter Resolutions on General Maeeo's Assassination Cuban News. Washington, Deo. 15. The state de partment has received unofficial ad vices that the Spanish government is greatly incensed over that portion of President Cleveland's message which practically demands a prompt termina tion of the civil war in Cuba, with the alternative of action by the United States. The cablegrams published to-day ' from Madrid report that a note from Spain to the European powers will protest against the attitude of this country toward Cuba and its hint that active intervention in the near future may be necessitated. The state de partment is not at all disturbed by these reports, because there is prac tical! v no European power to which such a note could bo addressed which has not been called upon to forcibly intervene to protect the property ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

v- DAIRY AND POULTRY. ' INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR ' OUR RURAL READERS. slow Successful Farmer Operate TbU Department of the Farm A Few Hints aa to the Car of Live Stock ad Poultry. H. MONRAD, writ ing In American Creamery, say at It seems to the "pen and Ink". but- ter-maker that tha fact of Eastern dairy butter being classed bo low, In dicates the need of more creameries. Dairy butter, when properly made, ought to be better than creamery, as, the maker has ' the : means of controlling the feed given to the cows and the handling of the milk all the way through. The creamery buttermaker, on the other hand, has to contend with batches of poor milk; he will never get better milk than the average of what is produced by his patrons. It Is true, one reason for the lower rank of dairy butter is the lack of uniformity, which hurts Its sale in the open market. This fact is often not thoroughly understood by the dairy farmer. Take 100 tubs of dairy butter good, bad and indifferent, with an ave...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 December 1896

The Vital Magnetic Healer. DR OROPSEY'S FOR FIFTEEN YEARS, I Was a Sufferer, Doctors Said There Was no Relief Now Happy Again. - Mrs. D. B. Johnson, Medora, Kansas, says : "For 15 years I have been an invalid. We sold our farm that we might travel, lived in a wagon, tried everything. Doctors nor medicine did me 110 good ; getting worse all the while. A fear fully bad case of catarrh in my head and throat, both ears running ; my head so inflamed that I could not touch my hair, had it cut off in con sequence. I had heart disease, female weakness, weak lungs, a terrible cough and sciatica. I was directed to the vital healer, Dr. Cropsey, who has cured so many in Hutchinson; by a strange and peculiar treatment he has relieved me; without the use of any kind of medicine he has made me strong again. I am working hard and am happy.' Could I have found him before it would have saved me lots of suffering and our farm ; but t:ttr now thin not at a!!, and I thank God that I found such a doctor...

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