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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 December 1896

I 4srr IT it Jt.TT TBE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1898. VOL. 7. NO. 1G. iw esr rfri.r rr -I'M,-'" 5 THE Christmas bells are chiming with the joy of the world. Many hearts with glad ness swell as the day approaches. Eyes sparkle in anticipation of expected some things, and the light of love and good will brightens even the darkest parts of the earth. 'TIS GOOD TO GIVE, and while the bells ring out in joyful note, Echo the gladness Special Christmas Cloak Offerings $20.00 for $14.50 How is that? All $20.00 cloaks, and capes, cloth, fur or plush, to bring hnppiucss to every house hold arc mavketl $.14.50 $15.00 for $10.00. That's good too. Christmas does 'it We know that the men have lots to buy, so we have lopped a . third of the price. Christmas bar gain $10.00. $7.50 for $5.00 Good vftluo here. helping hand is stretched forth and you arc ten dered a two dollar and fifty cent present; ciioiee o...

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 December 1896

THE GAZETTE, B. O. NETTLETON A CO. a. a. hcttlitok, iDiioa. Hutchinson, KANSAS, KANSAS IVISll OF 1TEBEST. The Santa Fa railroad U by far the I largest taxpayer In Kansas. , A Pratt county man has been p- pointed assistant state auditor. , Oak Mills township in Atchison coun ty east all of its 73 votes for Bryan. A Fort 8cott man claims to be able to make railroad tiea and posts out of clay. Judge Kandolph of Emporia has married Emma, an official court steno grapher. Not one-half of the clerks in the state house will return to tha counties from which they came. Governor Riddle will prepare a bio graphy of George T. Anthony for the State Historical Society. More Mandolins, guitars and banjos re sold in Lowrence than in any other three cities in the state. "Will this new constitution they are talking about," asked a man yesterday, "provide for more rain." The program of the Kansas Pay club's banquet is out and promises to be a fine entertainment The Lawrence World is of the opin ion th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 December 1896

WfJfvWw ' IMISS bhoda'Tmeasore. fllKi Miss Rhoda sat in the west doorway. Her face was turned toward the sweet sky, radiant with its rays of red and golden light; it was nature's "with drawing season." At Miss Rhoda's right was a field of stubble from which the wheat had been harvested. At her left the corn still stood, like Indian wigwams, all over the field, waiting for the husking time. At her feet the ma ple leaves, so gorgeous In their autum nal plaids, were falling. Here and there the note of a stray bird which had tarried later than Its fellows fell upon her ear. There was a chill in the air; the wind was rising, and It stirred the locks of silvery hair which usually lay with such calm precision about Miss Rhoda's face. She folded her black shawl closer about her shoulders, but still she lingered. There was no kindly voice to warn her of the dangers that might come from longer exposure. No loved form to come to the door and say, "Come In, now; the air Is chill and the fire Is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 December 1896

I&utcbtnson (Smttc En trd t the postoffloe In Hutchinson, Kunl, u seoond oloss matter. E. S. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. I,K8 Of 4naoHiPTioN, il.0O ru Yiab FCAEtu ' C. . SIDLINGKR, TJtio Druggist Pesoriptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Three banks failed in Chicago Mon day. That big republican majority in Illinois most have destroyed the credit cf the State. Ex-governor Waite of Colorado, is going to Cuba to try his band at war, Slay be blood will flow to the bridle bis now. The old fellow had a bit of experience in war while he was gov ernor. It cost the golden democrats of Kansas $1,547 to poll 1,209 votes which is 31.25 per vote. The law of supply and demand holds good here; the votes were scarce and consequently came high. Commoner. Topeka Is havinir a big time trying to find out who is going to inaugurate Governor Leedy and the other State Ulcers, the Commercial club and its swallow tailed, low necked members or the people in general. Appearances at present ind...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 December 1896

J.W.MAGUKB SPECIALIST, ji Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, cusses. Scientifically Adjusted. ouic in M- aula Temple, Uaumlnsou, Kausss JL)CAL AHB PEB8OHAI1. There are 150 pupils in the Arlington school. Logan McKee is home from the Uni versity at Lawrence for holidays. Bob Jones has been down with the jjrippe for two weeks. Haven has recently been afflicted with a couple of mormon sermons. Eev. D. M. Moore occupied the Presbyterian pulpit in Spearville Sun day. Mrs. Elizabeth Leake of Stafford, was visiting the editor's family the fore part of the week. Simon L. Cooper and Bertha L. Griffl n of Salt Creek township, were granted a marriage license Saturday. Rev. Bradsbaw and Ber. Cummings have been conducting revival meet ing in Salt Creek township. John Sponsler left last Thursday night for his old home in Illinois where he will spend holidays. O. TV. Stallings and Lola E. Mariott Twth of Turon, were married last week by the probate judge. Last Thursday night the H. & S. br...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 December 1896

SPAIN WOULD FIGHT. DON'T WANT TO BUT WILL BROOK NO INSULT. Will Neither Provoke Nor Flinch From Conflict Spain Assured by Olney That She May Rett Tranquil Until March Cuban Newt. Madrid, Dco. 21. The explicit an nouncement is made that Senor Dupuy De Lome, the Spanish minister at Washington, has telegraphed to hia government here that he had a confer ence with Mr. Olney, the secretary of Itato, in the course of which the latter assured hiin that Spain might rest tranquil until March, at least, since, despite the attitude of Congress, Pres ident Cleveland would not recognize the independence of Cuba. It is stated by high oflicials in the war office that Captain General Wcy ler, in Cuba, has rccoived instructions to hurry up his campaign by the de livery of a bold stroke against the in burgents in order to prevent the Cubans from rallying from the disaster of Maceo's death and in order to de prive the Americans of nny pretext for a demand for Cuban Independence. It was added that Spai...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 December 1896

$ THE INDIAN FAMINE The famine prevailing In the north and northwestern parts of. India is, ac cording to the lest information availa ble, one of the most appalling calami ties which has ever visited the great peninsula. The district affected Is many thousand square miles in ex tent and the failure of tho crops has lieen almost complete. The millions of India live from hand to mouth; they uro compelled to do so from their ina bility to accumulate more than enough In one season to .last them until the ' next, and when from any cause even a single crop fails the effect Is at once apparent In widespread suffering. This Is not the llrst time In the his tory of that country, even in the pres ent century, that great suffering pre vailed from lack of food. In 1837 and 1838 a terrible famine raged In the same region which la now suffering, and as there were then no railroads, and relief for so enormous a number -vas were starving could not by anv where It was needed, not less than Royal Tom...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 December 1896

'"the edelweiss myth. St la Not s Rare Plant, Nor Doet It Grow at Vary Great Height. It ifl commonly reported and is no leas commonly believed by the inexperi enced tourist that edelweiss Is a plant which only grows in the most dangerous and Inaccessible situations. Of course with it, as with any other Alpine plant, this may now and then happen. But as a rule it is found on rough and rather stony slopes of grass, the ordinary pas ture of sheep and goats, at hoights rang ing from about 6,000 to 8,000 feet above the sea level. It is not of ton met with below the former limit and seldom above the latter. Once it could be plucked probably it has now been ex terminated by tho side of a path a few hundred feet abovo Zermntt and within half an hour of the holds. It was abun dant, and no doubt still ia, all about the little inn at the Tosa falls, and it may be picked in haudfuls within a couple of hoars' easy walk from the baths of San Bernardino. That it ia a 'groat rarity is also an artic...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

SjT 2 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PKE'3 pAT ANP FARMERS' AUIANCS OP RENO CO11, HUTCHINSON, jJiANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 189fl. 17, VOL. 7. J3 cite I? sjj it3v Serni-Annual Stock Clearing Sale! hfe nr Tfip-ular sale. Always Kot up at tWstimeoftheyear for your benefit and ours. To save you money, to clean up our stock. We do not mark everything in the store at sale prices but there are a good two dozen items in each department which are VALUES SPE f!T a t. onH stand in the rank of money savers. We LOOK INTO things which we have a surplus. Part of what we wi Dress Goods: We have about 15 fine imported nov elty drees, patterns, some of them sold at f 10 and some were $20 patterns. Your ohoioe per pattern $5 00 Black noveltv dress goods 40 inches wide which were 50, B9, C5, and C9c yd are all Der yd. 50c Serob is good for wear. A line of 40 in all wool French serges selling at 50c. will be at Semi-annual sale 39c yd. Tbicot all wool, 27 inches wide, very serviceable soft and fine 21c. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

THE GAZETTE. K. O. NETTtBTON A CO. I. e. xrrcuTOX, unoa. HUTCHINSON, . KANSAS. BANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. A young man of Jackson county re Bently husked and cribbed 160 bushels of corn in one day nd then walked a mile or two to see his sweetheart in n the evening. A Kansas editor says that "hope" will cause a "man to bear his bosom and rush into the fiercest gehenna of the contest" He ought to get rid of it if it treats him like that A Lamed girl lost a black feather boa on a country road and advertised for it She won't get it It is probably chas ing some poor fellow who got too much Enid whisky in him and started to ride borne. A Kansas newspaper in speaking of the death of George W. Ferris of the big wheel says: "Such is fate." Ferris died a peaceful death and was an old man. Did the editor think he ought to have been immortal. Kansas is not a state of whittle. Missourians apd Texans whittled so much that forty years ago the whole country was known as a nation of whit tiers. But Ka...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

m yEW YEARS im rlAlr ALtM UKYAUU -1. I sat alone In my room one night, nnd thought; I might hnve said I sat alone and wrote, but it would not bo the same thing, for writing U not ne cessarily thinking nowadays, whatever It may have been In the olden time; be sides, my writing was at an end be fore the thinking began. The hour was one that had long Impressed mo profoundly. The hour was - the one which separates night from morning, the month the one which separates the old year from the now year. The poet, Cauioons, who wrote Portuguese and Spanish with equal facility and felici ty, was wout to say, the biographers tell us, when he employed both lan guages In writing the same poem, thnt he had one foot In Portugal and the other In Spain. I am like Comoens, I thought; not because I am bi-lingual as he was, for my poor mother-tonguo is the only one I know, and that im perfectly, but because my feet to-night are In two kingdoms. I sat and mused awhile in the silence and then contin tied,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

Ifoutcbtason (Sortie. Intend t the postoffice It) Hntchinson, Kansas, M second class matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. SnwB or dCMCBrPTios, 11.00 PR Ta C. E. SIDLINGER, F descriptions a Specialty. 2forth Main Street Uutchir jjou Congress will soon deal wit A tbe Pacific railroad indebtedness. fill it deal with it in a businesslike 'jay or will it refund their bonds for i long period and continue to pay inti rest on itV Concress has queer ' msiness methods when dealiDg with railroad corporations. William Waldokf Asto r hus tie come a legal Brittam and sw oro allegi ance to the Queen. Tliia ww an act, uperfluous, as it would t iiso be for the members of his a lot of other rich families who still live on this side of the water, for it needs no swearing to prove their allegiance. The unemployed of K ansas City are organizing to sbow theii : prosperity by inarching on the city b all with a de mand for bread, o w t Jiat cold weather has come on, the suffei ing in the large cities is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

TVB. i. W.MAQUBB, 8PKC1ALIST, jx Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. , Olasaoi Scientifically Adjusted. Office in Ms aoale Temple, Untcfilnwn, Kane. LOCAL ABB FKMOHAf.. Featherweights vs. Bears Friday, January 1st. 1897. We hear that B. B. Wilson of Sylvia, is an applicant for state grain in spector. W. E. Price ij seeking a pardon. He . was convicted a couple of years ago of grand larceny from this place. Mr. and Mrs. Sell Boehine and daugh ter Millie, of Stafford, paid the editor and family a happy visit Monday. H. McCafferty of Sumner county has .been visiting hia cousin, C. E. White in this city, for about a week. Seth C Boughton.'of Sedgwick county and Josephine Varner.of Haven, were granted a marriage license the last of the week. JcunKingkaue quit work at Mrs Dickey's Tuesday night and will take a visit in Oklohoina before going into the Clerk of the Court's office. . Wa call attention to the grand clear ance sale advertised at Martin's this eek. Bead his ad on the first p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

. A MURDER IN KANSAS. FARMER GRAHAM KILLS HIS DAUGHTER'S LOVER. Shot Down ob . the Street of Cam mine. Olve Hlmaelf Dp to the Sher IN. Aecoie the Dead Mao of Bobbing 111m of SUSS la Drunken CsroutuL Nobtonvillk, Kan., Dee. 28. Jacob Hopkins was shot and instantly killed at Cummings, near here, Sunday morn ing' at 10 o'clock by Elisha Graham. Hopkins was a man about 45 years of age and had been working for Clraham on the farm for the past season. Hop kins was a widower and was to hare been married to a daughter of Graham next Wednesday. About a week ago the two men went to Atchison together and while there Graham drew 8125 from a bank and proceeded to get gloriously drunk. While in that condition, he lost his money. After arriving home ho ac cused Hopkins of stealing the money from him, but upon investigation it was found that Hopkins was not with Graham during the day and that the money was lost at the gambling table. Graham has been adverse to the marriage of his daughter with Hop ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

fJLBtt AND GARDEN. .1ATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. .1 i.-. imi Cp-to-data Hint About CdIUts xlon of th BoU and Yields Thereof Horticulture, Viticulture and Florl- . allure. HERE has been a difference of opin ion in respect to tie feeding value of white and yellow corn, but chemistry has come to our aid and shows us the dlfferen c e, and numerous feeding tests have substan tiated the chemist reports, says a writer in Jennings I Times. The general membership book kot the Ralston Health Club of Wash ( lngton, D. C. gives the following an 'alysls: k vA.iiarn Rnuthern J" yellow, Carbonates i Nitrates v 12-3 f PhAinhifM 1.1 white. 89.3 84. 4.1 Here we learn that the Northern yel low corn has nearly double the amount -f carbonates, which are the heat pro ducing and fattening properties of the rain; that the Southern white corn ntains more of the nitrates, which iiakea it much the best feed In warm weather. The white corn has nearly ;hree times more of the nitrates, which broduce mu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 December 1896

CHILDREN'S QUESTIONS. Tliey Suggest the Oaswlets Aotlrit jr of th Youthful Hindi. . Many of bis questions cannot be bon Bected with bis reading, bat appear to result from reasoning or a recognized analogy. "How do plants mas them selves bigger when they growf he ask ed when we were talMng about plant ing his garden. I heard him saying to himself, "Wildless, wildless." I asked him what he was talking about, and he icBlied: "About plants that are not wild. Whafi an they called?". ' 'Garden or cultivated plants," I answered. "What made yon say wildless?' "Why," said he, "I knew that harm lees means something that wouldn't do ny barm, and so wildlesa means plants that are not wild." Be mentioned the fall, and I asked him what he meant by fall. He replied : "The winter at first ; the first of it Do they call it fall be cause everything is falling?" There was some talk about dressing him or putting on bis dress, and, rca coning from analogy, he asked, "When God puts tho skin on people, is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 January 1897

TTTT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1897. VOL. 7. NO. 18. Happy Buyers Who Attend -ssaalsjp' Semi-Annual Clearing Sale! Go away happier still. Values are above their expectations and bargains here and there, em phatic self-talking prices on everyday needful goods make this sale of especial MONEY-SAVING interest to all. Good Things . . . . l. Heavy ttockforcl socks, our regular 10c quality, 10 doz sample pairs, 75c pr. Heavy German Wool and fine cotton Balbriggan eocks; regular 20c qualities, about 7 doz sample pairs, 12Jc pr. Sweaters for Boys are pretty Lard to Cud. Think that here is the only place in Hutchinson where you can get them. Good wool sweaters with sailor collar, boys' sizes, 75c ea. 6C pair Ladies' topay black and heavy seamless grey hose; and ba by's wool hose, all worth regularly about 10c pair. lOcpair, Miase3 ribbed cashmere hose, all sampIes,no seams in these, excellent value ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 January 1897

SLID INTO THE EIVEE. MISSOURI PACIFIC WRECK NEAR NEW HAVEN, MO. Three Trainmen Drowned Heavy Rains Had Left Track Without Support Weight of the Train Sent Train, Track and AU Into the Missouri. Sr. Louis, Mo., Jan. 4 Three train men were instantly killed and four teen cars of freight hurled into tho Missouri river in a wreck that took place on the Missouri Pacific railroad line at New Haven, a station sixty-four miles west of this city, at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. The cause of tho wreck, as nearly as can be learned from the officials, was a landslide, caused by the heavy rain. The track had been cat by the running water and was left without support. It gave way under the train and roadbed, track and train went into the river. The . bodies of Engineer Homer Evans, Fireman Henry Hookup and Brake man J. E. McQueen, all of whom were from this city, were all recovered. Tl. ,v. .... : ,1 i. ' slight injuries. Deluge In the Territory. Purcell, L T., Jan. 4. The South Canadian river is ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 January 1897

.J DOMESTIC ECONOMY. HOC8KHOLD AND AGRICULTORAi TOPICS DIBCCS8KD. t Budget or Useful Information Relating ; la the Farm, Orchard, Stable, Farlor, and Kttohea. THIS FARM. Bin Grass In Wisconsin. Mr. MoThom, Wisconsin, writes: I would like to ask some experienced farmer in Wisconsin, bow Kentucky blue grass will thrive in this northern conutry, and it it would be good man agement to bow it npon snow, and in it as good hay as timothy, nnd as pasture ana as hay after cut." Mr. George Mo Kenow answers: Bine crass in Wisconsin is one of our est pnsture grasses and seems to be aturaiiv adapted to all our ciuy sous. oming into all old pastures, and taking ossession alter a time, u manes a ood bay when cut and cured early, but as both clover and timothy are heavier croppers we prefer them. As a pasture grass it leads all our grasses in the spring and holds out longer in the fall. An old blue grass pasturo allowed to make a good growth in the fall, is an excellent place for brood mares and br...

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 January 1897

Iftutcbtnson (Swttc. Jtntered t ths postoffioe In Hotchlmon, Etuia, m second olasf matter. E.8. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. Snuf 6 Of dUMcmmioH, 1.00pibYiab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie .Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson If the suicide rate continues among Chicago bankers as it has been since the disaster of a couple of weeks ago, it will soon reduce the gold major ities in the windy city. Carnegie has cut the wages of a large part of his employes from twenty "to thirty per cent. And so wages go on approaching infinity while we are waiting for prosperity. The Kocky Mountain News is urging the larger application of the princl pies of the initiative and referendum in state affairs and calls upon its leg' islature to take it up. Here is also something for Kansas legislators to think about. Attorney General-elect Boyle has appointed Geo. It. Snelling of An tbony, bis assistant. Mr. Snelling is a good man, a silver republican, the man who nominated Long about a yea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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