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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 January 1897

1 . jyi. J.W.MAGCEB, SKOLAXJST, .0 DIaeases of Eye, Ear, Nose an J Throat. Classes tVkratlfiVally Adjusted. Offlee la Ma mouio 'fesnpla, UntubJnson, Kaut&a. LOCAL AKn PERSONAL, O. W. lien dee returned from Kansas City and Topeka Friday. II. F. Porter has commenced work for a St. Louia house making the 'change profitable. Ed. and Howard Sawyer of Haven started the Drit of the week to Lexing ton, Mo., to attend school. M. Watson and Tbeo. Botkin are still fighting their campaign, not on the .stump but through the newspapers. Mra. J. B. Dane of Lincoln town ship, expects to leave for Whiteland, Ind, this morning, for the bedside of her father, who is dying of a cancer. Rev. Berry at the Christian church has begun a series of lectures on the various religions of mankind, such as Buddism, Mohamedism, the Hindoo religion, tbe Zoroastrian, etc. The "Featherweights" and '"Bears" played another game ot foot bail New learn day, in which the former won by 10 to 6. In their game Christmas d...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 January 1897

) THE GAZETTE, JE. G. NETTLBTON A CO. B. . KECTLITOM, IUITOB. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST- Tom Leftwitch docs fell the fighting tor Cuba from Larned in the Kansas City papers at five dollars a solumu. Every egg case you see In express cars Is not full of eggs to the bottom. lUlow the top layer are layers of quaiL The Santa Fe paid $630,000 taxes In Kansas December 21. That ought to canse somebody to put his thinking cap on. The seventh congressional district furnishes nearly half of -the Republi can members of the next Kansas legis lature. The Pratt Republican for a Christ mas editorial published the beautiful chapter from Luke telling of the birth of Christ Grant Harrington of Hiawatha, a newspaper man has been appointed secretary of the state senate committee on railroads. A nnfeeling judge at Snlina assessed a man J9 for a Christmas eve jag. Hasn't a man a right to get gay on Christmas eve? During his short receivership of the Santa Fe it is probable that John Ma...

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

).-.-. f l!L Nr"V- ' INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION" ' 1 " ' 'H CHAPTER I. OME quickly, Lady Felkie, and I will ehow to you the ap parition., You shall see for yourself If old Jeannot hasTh vented a foolish tale to scare the sil ly peasant people. And my old eyes have not cheated me nor been bewitched by an evil spell the figure passed not ten minutes ago. It always returns this way so you can see It for yourself. 80 said the worthy servitor of the Languedoc family, Jeannot Lazin, in a lolemn and suppressed voice, as he mo tioned for his young mistress to follow him into the low shrubbery which skirted the meadow, ere the dense woods took possession of the ground. The youthful Lady Felicie, with a simile of arch merriment on her bright young face, fallowed him fearlessly causing a moment, however, to cast an J'dmlrlng glance at the scene she was leaving behind her. Well worthy, indeed, this parting at tention, was the charming bit of land scape, just now coquetlng with the pur ple ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 January 1897

iHOAY SALT IS MINED. METHODS EMPLOYED AT THE EXTEN SIVE WORKS IN MICHIGAN. tha Supply of Kaw Material, Wliloh It Brine, li PrBOtlemlly Inexhaustible The Industry Has Grown Enormously Since i860, at Which Time K Beally Bcfan. ' The existence of salt springs in the lower peninsula of Michigan was known to the Indians long prior to the advent of the white mon in the country, and they were resorted to by both Indians and wild animals. So well known was this fact of the presence of salt springs that tho ccneral government made nu merous reservations of lands which were supposed to contain salt deposits. By the act of admission of Michigan into tho Union the state was authorized to eeloot 72 sections of salt land, or laud wheio the presence of saline springs in dicated tho occurrence of salt deposits. On the organization of the geological survey the state geologist, Dr. Douglas Houghton, made an examination, with the view to the selection of these lands, and in 1838 reported the results o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PAIWY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1897. NO. 19 YOU have talked Over a Telephone, hav en't you? Let us use the Weekly Gazette for a telephone and by this medium talk to each other, we can tell you very plainly ev ery week of a few of our numerous bargains that we have in store for you, and we know that you will come to When you wish anything in our line. If you are in town this coming week, be sure you see the following articles, some excellent values in these : Ladies' Hood Fascinators! heavy fleece lined, in black only, at 49c and 75c ea. 300 dozen pairs of ladies', misses' children's and infants' hose, in all wool, heavy fleeced and cotton; bct-l tcr values were never sesn, , 5c pr and up. Ladies' Taffeta Under skirts, full length, 12in rullle black only, . $ 1 .00 ea. Keep the little ones warm; how nicr it would be for them to have a Muff and Collar, to wear to Sunday School this cold w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

IN POPULIST CIIAKGE. KANSAS CHANCES POLIT ICAL CONTROL. Governor John W. Leedy and the New Stato Officer Inaugurated Ceremony Take l'taca In the House of Repre sentatives Before a Large Irowd. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 11. As the clock struck twelvo at noon to-day Governor Morrill retired from office and (jovernor-elect Leedy assumed charge of the shin of statj. The in auguration ceremonies took place in Representative hall, and never before was the hall so handsomely decorated. ' The ex-governors and ex-justices of the supreme court, who had charge of affairs, selected ex-Uovernor Thomas A. Osborn to preside. Those who as sisted were: Kx-Uovcrnors t. W. tilick, L. 1). Lcwelling and J. P. St. John, and ex-Justices A. II. Ilorton and 8. A. Kingman. The oaths of office were administered by Justice David Martin, the retiring member of the supreme court GOVERNOR JOHN' W. LEEDY. The Inaugural program follows: Invocation by the llcv. W. U. Todd of Wichita. Administering of oath of office by Chie...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

ALMA(JES SERMON. THE BETTER ONE IS THE MORE HE IS HATED Uy the Vile Creature Who Ilannt the Abode of Men Tests "I Wae the Boug' of ' the Druukaxde" F talma Who said that? Was It David or was It Christ? It was both. These Mes sianic Psalms are like a telescope. Pull the Instrument to a certain range, and it shows you an object near by. Pull it to another range, and it will show you objects far away. David and Christ were both, each in his own time, the song of the drunkards. Holiness of doctrine and life always did excite wicked merriment. Although David had fully reformed and written a psalmody in which all subsequent ages have sobbed out their penitence, his enemies preferred to fetch up his old career, and put Into metric measures sins long before forgiven. Christ, who committed no sin, was still more the subject of unholy song, because the bet ter one is, the more iniquity hate3 him. Of the best Being whose voice ever moved the air or whose foot ever touched the earth it might be...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

Tbutcbtnson (Ba3ette. Intend at the postoflSoe In Hntohinson, Kansas, m second olut matter. E. 6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. SlSMI Of 4UBtcaiFTIO!f. tlM ! TSAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dirmggist Fjeaoriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson About tbelasi act of Governor Mor rill's administration was the pardon of a couple of men who were serving eentence for murder in the first degree We are under obligations to the New York World for a copy of the World Almanac for 1897. a book of nearly 500 pages and containing all sorts of useful facts and statistics. It is a very con veoieat thing for tbe editor's table in deed. The "alacrity and (treat delight with which tbesilver senators like Vest and Jones of Arkansas are being re turned to their senatorial seats indi cates that their constituency appreciat tbelr services and are not in any man ner likely to turn back. Mr. W. D. Street, who has been elected speaker of tbe house in the Kansas legislature, is a man who has seen many side...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

DR J. W. MAGURE, BPEC1AUST, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose Throat. anJ Glasses SclentlnVslIy Adjusted. Office in II sonic Temple, Hutahlneoa, Kansas. tAHih.lt ASD PERSONAL. "Win. Astle and Mr. PeckhaM Of Taaven, went toTcpeka Monday nigbt Ho see that the legislature started off Tall right. John Ginn and Martha Cook of Westminster township, were granted a marriage license last week by Judge Fontron. Mr. H. Fierce left Wednesday night for Lyons where he acts as judge pro tem in several cases in which Judge Clark had acted as attorney before he went on the bench. It is announced, that Mr. and Mrs Drs. Weatherby will remove from this city to Wilkesbarre, Pa., about the first of March. Many friends will re gret their departure. Frank Cox, formerly well known in Hutchinson and also a banker In Staf- ' ford, of which county he was once clerk and once representative, died in Oklahoma City last week. Rev. Falconer bas been employed at the Uaiveraalist church for another year. Key. Falconer is a ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

THE GAZETTE. B. 0. NKTTLBTOS CO. B. . FITTUTOK, BD1T0B. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITK118 OF INTEREST. The MePherson churches will nnlte for a week of prayer. The Lawrence street railway will be sold at receiver's sale. LaCrosse wants a state normal school and an appropriation. The smelters and joints occupy the big buildings at Pittsburg. Mistletoe was scarce at Great Bend, but so far neither party has moved for a recount The Lamed nmateurs who went to Great Bend with a play received the marble heart. Forty yenrs ago in Kansas it was a punishable offense to talk or write against slavery. . A young man at Ilarper is getting so fat he will have to wear a crupper to keep his collar on. Dick Blue thinks that in a war with Spain we would get the worst of it for a while a the start. A good quality of coal is mined on Deer croek in Douglass comity and marketed in Lawrence. , One of the business men of Winfield Is really burning corn in his house and store. lie says it is cheaper than coal...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

JjTT:rv:Av:;vlNTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATIONJivyO'fel CHAPTER IlfCosiisrin.) "But you cannot imagine how keenly I suffer," sobbed she. "Can I not? ah, my child, you little guess how thoroughly I read every thought, how I , bleed over every inward pang." "And you do not blame me? Say you io not think I am wrong." "Not wrong, my precloua one, but like the imprisoned bird beating itself uselessly against the bars, very un wise. What is unavoidable must be accepted with the best grace possible. Spare yourself unavailing agony." "And if I could help it," was Feliele's Indignant reply. "At least, my love, you might try to look upon it in a pleasanter light. Who knows but the marquis may prove your Ideal hero? For I am sure there is no real love. I have watched you Jeal ously enough, I hope, to make sure of that" Feliele's eyes flashed angrily. "I cannot like him. I detest him to leek a defenceless, unwilling bride for '.he sake of her wealth if he were pos sessed of all the graces I shoul...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 January 1897

The First Botanlo Gardens. After the discover? of the medical properties of plants it must have fol lowed, in coarse of time, that represent atives of tho species to which remedial properties were attributed should be col lectod and grown in some place convex ientlY and readily accessible, as need de- manded. The last step did not iuimedi ately follow, however, since, among the onditions which were earlier supposed .4o inflnence the potency of medioinal herbs, the locality in which grown and the mysteries attending tboir collection were of the greatest importance. The first authentic record of tho introduction of medicinal plants into cultivated jplots of ground dates no farther back than tho time of tho cider Fliny, 23-79 A. D., r,'ho writes of the garden of An tonius Castor, at Rome, in which were grown a largo 'innibcr of medicinal plants. This step may havo been taken JSeh earlier by tho Greeks, Chineso or Jlfxiciiiis, however. Later the Benedictine monks of north ern Italy paid...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 January 1897

. 1 - '. to . - Muni iiiimiii in " rwiMwtiwMii iii Sg!l!!M,S! I' ' TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PAUTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1897. NO. 20. VOL. 7. 1 . .5 ' '.V';V ' . J. J:" t 1 ; i v . V. 'if 3r CONCERNING YOU, PERHAPS ! The thing of buying goods is not only a question of necessity, but Sometimes be comes one -of arithmetic. 3-Tor instance, How Tf rrrrta fn nut. &R.00 in aTjankone year at 6 per cent interest it wuum pay juu uu. 30c: while if you. deposit it with us during this BIG SALE, we wiU save you all the wavfrom $250 to $5.00. That beats the bank. We make it our b usiness to look out for :the interest of our customers. . , Some Big Induccjments at Are You Ready for a nice bla(jk dress? Suve money by buy ing a fine black Henrietta, 4uin wide, worth 75c yard at this sale, 59c yd. Slater Cambric skirt lining at 3Jc yd Ladies Head Gear our stock at stvlishlv trimmed ladies' hate has been divide into three lots; fa...

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 January 1897

IS HE GEOEGE TAYLOR CHIEF OF AN OUTLAW BAN DIT GANG. Recognised by a Mlssourlan Held Up Train of MlMoorl Emigrants In (he Creek Coaotrjr Robbed Them of 1,000, All They Had. OirrnRig, Ok., Jan. 18. Ilighway mcn, whose leader is said to be George Taylor, murderer of the Meeks family, who cheated the gallows by escaping from the Carrollton, Mo., jail, held up an emigrant train near here yesterday and robbed the peoplo of all they had. A. dozen men were in the gang, and (heir plunder is estimated at 1,000. The emigrant party was on its way south from Missouri, and was travel ing in wagons. The party was met by a crowd of desperadoes in the rough country on the west lino of the Creek nation, surrounded, captured and rob bed of everything they had. There were a number of shots fired, but no one was hurt, as far as could be learned. Among the emigrants were several who were very familiar with the ap pearance of George Taylor, and they have positively identified him as the leader of the ban...

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 January 1897

INTERNATIONAL CHAPTEK IV.-fCosTiirow.) "What! Jeannot believing In a ghost? That la strange indeed!" "Ho declared that he had seen It half a dozen times; that It was always at such a pkice.aid that It carried a shovel find strange flames dauced along Its pathway. I laughed at his credulity, till suddenly he turned and dared me to accompany hlra,. to have proof given me by my own eye's." "Dared you, Fellcle? Could old Jeannot have been so Insolent and im prudent?" "Oh, he was perfectly respectful; and , remember, I had stung him to retort by my railery and unbelief. He called to me at sunset, as I was on the ter racethat the apparition had passed, and I might see it return if I would hasten to the forest. So I went, mam ma." The countess looked startled. . "It was fortunate the count was nb sentf what would he have said?" "Ah, but I knew he was not here, and I trusted to obtain your forgiveness. jjYes, mamma, I went with Jeannot, and ft, saw the ghost." "You are Jesting, Fellcie!" "N...

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 January 1897

) Ifoutcb.neon Sa3ette. Entered at the postofneo In Hntchlnson, Kansas, as second class matter. E. 8. NETTLETON CO. Prosrlslors. J u&ua or duascsupnoK, ai.oo pbbYeab C. E. SIDLINGKR, TlielDiXLggist Inscriptions a Specialty. . North Main Street Hutchinson If the legislature is populist it is not without a few members who are oc cupying valuable time playing to the galleries. Blatcii Eisimingek, we are sorry to bij, will not succeed J. B. Vincent as a member of the live stock sanitary board. The appointment went to a Kingman man, Frank VVinesbank. Bradstrket's last report is not any more rosy than several that havo pre ceded it' If prosperity continues to come sweeping on during the next four years as it has during the last three months, business will have to be measured with a minus sign. A vert good bill Is one providing for paying election officers $2.00 for a day of eight hours, provided that no one shall draw more than $3.00. Many men have served under the present aw from twe...

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 January 1897

SPEC1-AX.IST, ji Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Olas.MStie.tinrtl.'T Adjusted Office in Ms onlo Temple, HutchV800' KMM- LOCAL AD RS0AI" Howard Myers is now tnC nappy dad of a bouncing boy, bom ti& Miss Anna Swenson, from Linda lurg Is taking an exfa course tit the Dress Cutting Academy for ttie put pose ot going into the work. Archie Rutledge and Will Sprowl wen put on as sub carriers at the; post office on Monday. We congratu late the boys on their good fortune Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, No. 1,300 North Mon roe street, Mr. Casslus U. Deems and Miss Anna V. Tarker, both of Hutch inson. Thomas Pax ton, who has Deed mas ter mechanic at the Santa Fe shops in Nickerson, was in town the other day. Be has been promoted to a position near Chicago, at less work and better pay-..' The editor took bis trial lesson in the Standard square inch dress cutting system the other night. The system is all right, but he won't continue. He might have to make all his -w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 January 1897

THE GAZETTE. K. G. NETIXffTON A CO. a. ximjROH, xuiToa. fiUTCniNSON; KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF IKTlillfcST. At Newton the jrlrl clerk are ajff fating for early closing to give thea tima to make new togs. Ewinff ' Herbert says there are many different kinds of kisses and tho one you want is the ono that is hard to get. Lane county produces good celery. A little water and patience will do anything out in tho short grass coun ry. A chattel mortgage was given in Rice county last week on Jerry Simp ion. This Jerry Simpson is a "bay gelding." One of tho troubles with tho postof fice at ITntchinson it develops, was that everybody knew the combination of the safe. A Saiina yonug man who fell out with his girl two weeks beforo Christ mas Is now trying to make up but she won't have it. The Arkansas City Traveller thinks the new brewery will suit Wichita bet ter than opening the Arkansas river to navigation. A Barton county man. makes a regu lar business of killing farmer's hogs for thein and de...

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 January 1897

LiI'SBI FIRST DOCUMENT OF THE NEW EXECUTIVE. DEFENDS STATE'S CREDIT. XegUlatare Urgod to Pass Maximum Freight Rato Kill No Mention of Prohibition Conditions of All Branches of the Government Iiovlewed Strict Econ omy Urged. "To the Legislature: With profound re gret for the misfortunes of our more pre tentious sisters of the East I congratulate the state of Kansas upon the many simple blessings that have fallen to us In these adverse times. While those who clamor for alms In the streets of the crowded cities are many, those who seek assistance from our ready public bounty are few. While the failure of great commercial Institutions brings sad calamity to the chief capitals "where fortunes accumulate, the less Im posing but quite as useful depositories of Kansas savings are giving gratifying evi dences of stability. While, according to the press of the nation's most populous metro polls, her children linger la the streets nn taught,exccpt In the lore of the pavement unfed except at th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 January 1897

, KEOrURD. Everything quiet since Jamei. Huff man and Henry Bennett have acU taken another rib, and the boys have got through charivaiing them. There was a surprise on John" Burk last Saturday. His good wife invited a few of their friends to pleasantly enjoy fcis ftftHh adversary and the dinner table fairly groaned under the good things. Suffice to say they all did Jus tice to the dinner. After spending a day pleasantly and w iehing Mr. Burk an other fifty years of pleasant and profit able life, took their departure, 8. A. Gann and Fred Hinehaur are on theBick list. Mrs. H'mshaw's health does not improve. E. Gie6t has brought in a lot of cat tle to feed. There Is plenty of feed for more cattle in Medford. Meeting still continues at the U. B. church. Vebietta. LINCOLN. Have read Governor Leedy's message and think it good. Mies High of Hutchinson, is visiting with Mrs. Swander. Homer Myers has'turned farmer. We think that with a few years of wrestling prices, he will also turn populis...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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