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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

4 A TT TT 0 TT IT Mitt THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY VOLl 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1897. NO. 21. 1 COMMANDS ATTENTION! Yes That's What It Does. Ris- sale continues to makeneoDle happy and we want to say to the few "who have not yet taken advantage of the sale that we can YET supply their wants in winter goods. There s not mucn lert or ine prices, i nuy vt? uccu cut and cut again. We are very anxious to sell or we woulc not ask so little for so much goods. Then again its business and there's Very Warm Time at our Trimming Counter. c -S.t.OO yards luncry wool tndailkbr.ild lo yd uen-uics L-raiu, uu coiurr unu 7iuik, i-,si wllo W'ic yii coriln which cold for Ic, c, TVJc pt yard, for 1c yd Best keavy n fliso silk cord, were 8jc, 10CHB.I ISO, flTT I'fifi Fur cloak claepo, at this ulo S!ic ea. Heavy tllk cowl clouk clasps and drees or naments So ei Twoblglotsof paeHcmeniilo vrlmmlnfr!. lilc uiiJ 25c yd A Never Ending Tale...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

THE GAZETTE. S. S. NETTLffTON A CO. B. . NXTTUTOIf, 1DITOB. HUTCHINSON; - KANSAS. KJKTJCAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. "Fiftees years In hell" has just been idded to the Hutchinson library. The library is a little slow, buft those Hutchinson people who harn tiot lead it should take it out. A month ago the state relail Sin ex pensive walk at tho northeast corner of tho state house square. Already women are driving buggies oyer it to get to the city library, and while they are selecting their books their horses bark the trees. A Kansas paper says the reason wo men are always so interested in a bride is because the married ones are won dering whether she knows as much as they do, and the unmarried ones are wondering whether they know as much as she does. Kansas should appreciate Dan An thony while he is still on earth. She will never have another Dan Anthony, For vigor and interpidity the state has never seen his equal. . When Anthony is dead he will get a fine lot of obitu aries he will never ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

b;'vrTi9:--Ai V: INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSdCIATIONJ!;:;;S,Vy;:-;:y-;! CHAPTER V.-(Contihtjsd.) "Summon up your fortitude, my love, I beseech you, for I am, deeply Inter ested in the accomplishment of our purpose. I have an uneasy conscious ness of a brewing tempest, and If It be possible I wish to ascertain In what juarter to mistrust treachery." "If you remain undaunted I shall be jure to keep my courage." "Go then, my love, to prepare a warm mantle, and we will take our dinner upstairs, and the moment the tray Is removed we will slip away unpercelved Into the garden, from which it will be easy to steal across the lawn, since none of the servants venture out after sunset." As they had arranged, the countess and her daughter slipped through an unfrequented corridor and reached the balcony, from which a long flight of steps descended to the garden, and while the whole household believed them sitting quietly in the little bou doir, as was their custom after dinner, thev were SDeedlne al...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

Tbutcbinson Odette. Jntered at the poetofflee In Hutchinson, Kansas, M eeoond alaM matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. Jinui or iJoiacmipnoar, 1 .00 r Ybai mi 1 -jum C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tlie IDriaggist r'eecriptlons a Specialty. Horth Main Street Hutchinson Now, that the State printer and lenatorial contests- are over, the legisla lure should be able to do something. On Tuesday the regular election of United States senator took place. Of eourse the result was known before hand but the flgurers stand as follows on joint ballot: Harris, (Pop), 101; Burrton, (Rep), 53; J. C. Caldwell, i; L. P. King, 1. "Lil" the deposed Ilawaian queen, as been keeping Old Grover dodging recently. She wants to see him bad. That settles it. Now we know she is aot fit to reign over a civilized people, and her deposition is just R. W. Turner, of Mankato, has 1een selected as secretary of the board of railroad comm'ssioners. Mr. Tur ner is a silver republican and a good Man, but there is a prevailing opinio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

JJll. J. W. MA3CIKE, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Gbuwet Scientifically Adjnstsd. Offlo In M eunio Temple, HuU.'binsou.iiainai. LOCAL AVD PERSONAL. Oa Friday Jan. 23, the probate judge faiarrled Mr. Fred D. Lang and Katie White of Hayes township, at his office. Friday night Jan 23, Mr. Logan Cress and Eva M. Ilood were married, both of this city. S. L. Taegart.of Brown county, Indiana, arrived last week to spend the summer with his brother W. F. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hutchinson re turned Tuesday morning after a few days visit to Wichita. Mr. H. TVntih nt this city has been grumeu a paUentou an apparatus for manufacturing salt. Rev. Bradsha w of the Baptist church, last Friday preached the funeral of a Mrs. Finch at Nicberson, a member of his church at that place. J. W. L. Hamlin who has been work ing for the ll-iichinson Hardware Co. for the last six years expects to quit the first of next month. Frank Tucker, of Ninuescah town ship, who was shot in a fight with ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

A MURDERER KILLED. CHARLES STEVENS FOUND SHOT IN THE HEAD. Was Recently Acquitted of a Harder at Chllllcothe, Mo., and Is Supposed to Hare Been Killed by One of the Wlt aewM Against Whom Be Hade Threat. CmtwcoTHE, Mo., Jan. 25. The dead body of Charles Stevens was found yesterday morning a few miles from his home, he having been shot through the head some time during Saturday night. It will be remembered that Charles Stevens was tried at the present term of the Circuit court in Livingston county on the charge of having mur dered William Ellis, on the night of October 12, 1895. Stevens was acquit ted and since his acquittal it is alleged that ho and others of the family have threatened the lives of some of the witnesses who testified against him at the trial. The supposition is that some one of these witnesses did not propose to take any chances on their own lives. It is feared that this is but the be ginning of a feud that may end in the murder of others, for there are men in both f...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

DAIEY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. IIow Successful Farmer Operat Thli Department of the Farm A Few Hints as to the Care of Live Stock and Poultry. ARDLY second in Importance of plen ty of good feed la an abundant sup ply of pure water on the farm where dairying is a lead ing business, eays an exchange. B e the rations ever so plentiful and the supply o f water scanty or filthy, the cows cannot do what Is expected of them. Cows giving milk need a large amount of water, as any farmer will no tice when undertaking .to furnish a supply, when from any cause there Is a scarcity. It is needed in the pasture in warm weather and at the barn or feed lot in winter. It is bad to be short in supply in summer, but much worse In cold weather, when it IB usually somuch more difficult repairing water mains and tanks or obtaining a fresh supply, it will pay the fanner to make some extra outlay in order to ob tain an abundance of never-falling water, good for all parts of t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 January 1897

Taw Ways f rwldenc. A bamevoleut looking gentleman was talking along the Bowery, when the most rad. woebegcosB specimen of the tramp apecies of ne genus liomo ap proached him. Tlie citizen stopped to listen to the story told by Wuuderiug Willie, looking so sympathetic that the hobo put in hi best work. "I'm a victim o' hard lock. On the lead. See? I hain'i got notuiu bnt the marble heart for a week. My father wus Tich, and soon as he died tlio exeontor Tan off to Enrope with the estate. "I followed him. and tho ship got wrecked, and after ten days my boat landed on a island where there wua cau xerbala. My ten companions wus eaten, and the cannerbala wus so full tliey went ter sleep, au while they was sucoziu I went ter sea in their bout; picked up fcy a boat, went ter Spain; pinched fer bein with pirates and got five years in juod. 'Scaped an got back ter Ameriky ; worked in a coal mine Diow-eu up uy dynamite. Arter got out o' hospital I tried ruilroadin, an first trip fell through ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

TT TT MOT '4 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL.7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TflURSDA Y , F E BltUA U Y 4, 897. NO. 22. HOW WE FEEL! JOOD, that wo kave had a splendid busi ness for the last year; GOOD that we expect to have a better one in the coming year; GOOD that our trade is growing with the country; GOOD that we are making new ac quaintances daily; GOOD that orar prosper ity waxes and never wanes; GOOD, that we are allowed the privilege of serving the peo ple of Kansas, There are many reasons for good feeling tit Mere are &Jelps to fiflake YOU Feel Good 'New Dress Sateens, of simp ou make. Tuni's a gunrantee, of color ' jfooduess. These measure yA wide and come in pretty blight pa'.teruH, lOcYd. "Coral" is the nnine of another lres saUeeu iu which tlie pu Items are a strong sugytBtioti offspring; ilOin. wide iu foulards, Fenians, etc. Corals cost you 2KcYd. Tailor Mads Suitings,' bounds neat doesu t it; 'lis neat too aiid apart from ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

THE GAZETTE. JE. . NETTLETON A CO. I. . XSTTLMOIf, IDIttMk HUTCHINSON; KANSAS, BAN8A8. U' lM'i.llU'f' There is to be a revival at Emporia as soon as the renearsals for the min strel show is over. , The Salvation Army is turning Us heavy guns on one of the enemy 8 strongholds, Newton. The Marquette mills have put in a department devoted to the grinding of kafiir corn into flour. A span of big mules at Garden City sold for 8100. The owner declared that he was giving them away. Lamed people, who never were par ticular about their reputation, have organized a house of representatives. In western Kansas it is becoming to be generally accepted that the open well for water gives the best results. Only ten marriage license were is sued in Meade county last year. That shows the deleterious effect of mild winters. "Major Price," who has been lectur ing in Kansas towns on Cuba broke the trocha and jumped his board bill at Kansas City. The local correspondents of the Sum ner county weeklies hav...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

'X The Proposed Treaty With Great Britain. The American people are familiar with the fact that there is now before the United States, for ratification, a treaty of peace with England. Few, however, have read the articles of the proposed treaty. In England and other countries this treaty is beiug widely discussed. Why should not Americans, who are supposed to govern them selves, read and discuss the matter and then write to their senators at Wash ington telling them what they think about it? For that reason we publish the entire proposition. It is as follows: The United States of America and her majesty, the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, being desirous of consolidating the re lations of amity which so happily exist between them, and of consecrating by treaty the principle of international ar bitration, have appointed for that pur p je as their respective plenlpoten- . tiarles the President of the United States of America, the Hon. Richard Olney, Secretary ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

Ifoutcbineon (Ifoette. Entered tt the poitofflee In Hntohlnsoa, Kansas, leoond olaaa matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. titm or Jnnoirnoir, l,M nTui C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist rjescriptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson It is announced that Chauncy M DePew will succeed Ennlisnman Thos F. Bayard as embtssador to tbe court of St. James. Del'ew has all the glit tering mentalities and mealiness of flunkeydom and will make about as much of a British pet as Bayard. Nevada is as rotten as New York If its legislature hadn't passed that bill legalizing priz9 lights, New York with her Seeley Dinner would have stood nreeminent and alone in such sports But now alas, we must divide our shame between tbe East and the West Senator Householder's bill reorja- nizincr the board of charities and estab lishing a code for the poverning of this important branch of the government passed the senate with only one ais sentine vote. The bill reduces the membership of the board from five t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

J)B.J. W. MAGCIEB, SPECIALIST, u Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose Tbroat. anJ Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Office In lit vuule lempie, Hutchinson, Kansas. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. F. Hi L-uabee of tbis city, is rejoic ing to the granting to him of a patent on a bicycle lock. George Lebel and Julia Scbwalger Of Sumner township have been granted a marriage license The tUree months old child of Mr. and Mrs. It J. Cannei, has been very .alck, having spasms Christian M. Miller and Lydlann G. Miller of Haven were granted a mar riage license by the probate judge Tuesday. Lou Blake a woman who gave the Hutchinson authorities so much trouble a few months ago emigrated to Newton but they shipped her off without the Jong sufferance Hutchinson endured .Mr. Thomas Parker, of this city, ad dressed a congregation of farmers at Dodge City on the creamery business last week' The creamery industry is growing in western Kansas. The Central Kansas Farmer's Insti tute will meet in this city Friday and Saturday...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

ON A SUNKEN KOCK. THE BIG WARSHIP BROOK LYN DISABLED. Met Helpless la the Delaware River Near Marcos Hook, Pa. Was the Pride of the American Navy and Cost Cncle Sam 3,000,000 Wu Her Flnt Trip. Philadelphia, Feb. 1. The United States steamship Brooklyn, the latest pride of the American navy, calculated to withstand the fiercest onslaughts of shot and shell, lies almost utterly helpless because of a narrow ledge of sunken rock- in the Delaware river above Marcus Hook, Pa., on which she struck heavily Saturday afternoon. Her lower double compartments, for ward, were completely stove in, and it was only by the merest good for tune that, the big vessel did not nk. This would undoubtedly have cen the result had not her inner compart ments successfully withstood the shock. As it was, she was pulled clear of the rocks, and is now tied to the big stone ice breakers at Marcus hook, protected from the heavy ice gorges in mid-river. The big vessel is seriously damaged, and It is impossible to s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

SS??n.; INTERNATIONAL PRESS ABStiCIATIONA-ylvfe-l CHAPTER VII. i T the words their companion lighted the little lantern hanging at his belt. Swhoseround reflect- Jor threw the ghostly circle upon, the ground. He held It up bo that the pale light revealed to him her eager, earnest face in all Its girlish loveliness, and gave to her his pale, noble countenance, with those deep, luminous eyes, that broad, Intel lectual sweep of the forehead, and those adly wistful eyes. "Sweet Image of the past! what can you know of Emile!" exclaimed he. "My mother has told me; and, ah, I admire, I respect you so much; and I wish" . "What do you wish, Innocent one?" '. "That I could comfort you!" was Fellcie'a fervent answer. He seized her hand and kissed It pas sionately. She was almost sure that a shower of hot tears accompanied the caress. "Be satisfied; you have comforted me! Countess, this Is the sweetest mo ment I have known for years." "Heaven will reward you, sometime, Emile. I can never for a ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 February 1897

The Slncle Tazcrs. ' At the instance of some of our local ; single taxers we insert the following address. It is good food for thought whether the recommendation should be carried out or not. The Single'.Tnk association has issued the following' address to Governor Lee dy and the legislature: To the Governor, Members of the legis lature, and Citizens of Kansas: We, fellow citizens with yourselves, most respectfully call your attention to the fact of our unjust and vicious sys tem of taxation. There lie two.'pieces of land, which, in their natural state, are of eiiuul val ue; but if. there were no people in the Gtate, these tracts would have no valuo whatever; yet, on account of ono and a half million p. plc and the expectation of increase of population, these two phces of land have a capitalized value of $1,000 each: Unit Is, in order to use either one of them, a man must give Jjil.OuO or its equivalent. Therefore when a man comes into our state with the intention of becoming a usef...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

TT If TUB OFFICIAL OFUUS OF THE PKOPLE'8 PARTI AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. FEBKUAKY 11, 1897. NO. 23. Great February Sale, Of LADIES' NEW MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, at . . . It's out of fashion to tread away at the sewing machine to make mus lin underwear for skilled hands and modern machinery do it better nnd at LESS cost. COME TO US for all tliat is new and fresh and dainty iu ladies lingerie. The beautiful skirt shown above is made of finest cambric, 20 yds of narrow Val. lace for the decoration, S3.2Q SE clCtl To match skirt illustrated, we have gewns at $3.25; drawers at f 2 25; corset covers at 95c, and chemise at $1 50, CQ qa,U Ladles Empire Clowns. VJi7L. CCJ.UII front of deep ruflleof luind iwnie embroidery, collar and culls of cambric C aqrL Ladles mnidln skirts, tucked TJL OclCII rultlesuf cambric. 7Ko QnnU "Ombreile" muslin skirts I Jli tJclCIl for Indies, 5 inoa cambric flounce, French yoke nand. fe i Anrri p"me 8,rc. trlirmed P I ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

PENSION AGENCIES. PRESENT NUMBER IS RE DUCED ONE-HALF. Topokn and Des Molne Offices Attached to St. tonlsOrder Will )o Into Effect September 1 Economy tbe Keiuon for the Change. WAsnisoTox, Feb. 8. The president has signed, on the recommendation of Secretary of the Interior l'rancis, an important order reducinar the number of pension agencies in the United States from eighteen to nine The ob ject of the order is to effect a very large saving to the government with out inconveniencing the pensioners. The secretary demonstrates that, by this reduction of the pension agencies, the cost of disbursement of pensions can be reduced by at least $150,000 per annum. The change was made possible by an amendment to the law governing the disbursing of pensions, which amend ment was approved Starch 33, 18. It required that all pensioners should, after that date, be paid by cheeks re mitted by mail. Reports from the pension agencies in reply to inquiries as to the operation of tho law were to the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

S11 INTERNATIONAL PRE33 880CITION.j?.fejfafti CHAJ-TfcR VIII.froNTiwniin.l It is of no consequence," replied the former, turning to the marquis with lome quiet remark concerning the weather. i The count bustled away from the room. The countess then earnestly in quired concerning all the turbulent movements In Pails, and the marquis was much Impressed by the good sense and Intelligence ot lier remarks. wtinft rtinnffiit Iia "is that obtuse Languedoe Ignorant of the superiority of the wife he treats so slightingly?" He might have guessed that this very luperlorlty was cause enough for slight from such a little nature as the count's. The count came, back in the highest spirits. "'That Is as remarkable as pro pitious," observed the marquis. "Are you sure this man has means of obser vation?" . , . "Certainly; a more faithful, tniBt worthr fellow cannot be found In all Euro, a." The countess and her daughter ex bhaiged glances. In the face of their knowlefij it was certainly painfully lud...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

Ibutcblnson (Ba3ette. Bntrei at the postofflco in Hntohinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietors. linns or Subscription, $1.00 pub Yab C. E. SIDLING KR, Til IDr-uggist f eairiptiotiB a Specialty. NorhMain Stre et Hutchinson While the sugar trust and the coffee trust wage war, the people will be in glee. The trouble is tunc a truce will come too soon However loud the tnurtnuriugs and denunciations of the erstwhile friends of Grover Cleveland, it mutters little to him. He has adapted tue sonj of the jjliy miller of Dee "I care for no body, no not I, since nobody cares for me." This usual bill for compelling street railway companies to provide vestibules for the protection of their motormen in cold weather, has been introduced in the legislature. It is in line with the demands of the populist part? aid should pas? The latest air ship story comes from Elliuwood. Two citizens claim to have seen one p iss over tue city, Deing in Bitrhl ten minutes, and have ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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