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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

JJR.J. W.MAGCKtB, SOCIALIST, .41 DiseaseB of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Glasses Scientldoslly Adjusted. Office In Ha sonic Temple, llutublnsou, Kansas. J.OCAL. ASI PERSONAL. Haven holds Its farmers institute to day and tomorrow. James Hoke of Nickerson. shipped 150 bead of full fed cattle the laat of the week. Mr. Eugene D. Cronk and Miss Nettie Hoffman were married Sunday by Judge Stewart. Miss .hv Beam's trial which was set for Wednesday the 10th at Wichita, has been again continued. This, was to be the preliminary trial only. M. Watson, D. W. Kent and Morris Cain, now of Topeka spent Sunday in this city. Mr. Kent will hold a big .sale of bis property in Lincoln town ship ou the 26th. The Barber's Union of this city, has endorsed the bill pending before the legislature requiring a barber to pass an examination before doing business. Howeyer, it is hardly likely the bill will pass. jjeW ymYWulist church, corner Second voA Poplar Btl'?ei9. Unices, next Sunday morning and Ovehiiitf. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

THE GAZETTE. K. . NETTLSTON A CO. a. . vnTurron, iDrroa, BDTCOINSON; KANSAS KANSAS H't.MS OF IMEBtSX Newton is a great town for railroad news. The Toneka husbands whose wires have been experimenting on them with the Pure Food show receipts are now reconciled to drug store whisky. There is pending In Atchison a suit against the city by former policemen for $10,000 alleged to be owing from the city for time served over eight hours a day. The charge is made against the New ton dairymen that the people there got their first pure milk of years during the cold snap. Every pump in town was frozen up. Most Kansas women when they at tend a theater forget the play in try ing to figure sut who is whose husband and who is whose wife in real life among the players. An Atchison woman complains that though she has put up fruit for thirty summers, she has never yet been paid the comphimcnt of having a burglar break into her cellar and steal it. Although young people do not believe it, there are as ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

CONTENDING FACTIONS. Leaders and would-be lead ers IN A SCRAMBLE. Now It a Good Time to Sit Down on Them and Crush Out the Rule r Ruin Fellow. If the OHlcen Cun'r Agree, Elect Hen to tho Offices. There are two meeting's called for the Reform Press. Paul VanDervoort, the president has called one at Mem phis, Tenn., Feb 22, 1807, and A. Ro felle, secretary, has called the other for the same date at Kansas City. The causes of these calls date back some time. Since the organization of the organization In Ocala in 1890, the meet ings have alternated, north and south. The meeting last year being at Dallas, Tex., it was expected that, of course, this year it would be called to meet in northern city. Ignoring precedent, for reasons perhaps known to himself, Mr. VanDervoort has sent it south again. He has sent it as far as he could conveniently get it from S. Da kota, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Iowa and Minnesota. He has gotten it as close to Georgia, Mississippi, Ala bama, Arkansas and Tex...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 February 1897

LIKCOLN. - The reoent snows are good for the 'Wheat. "Billy Moose has returned home after eeral months absence in Colorado and California. D. S. Leolare has bought him a teles cope and is trying to get a glimpse of the McKinley prosperity. lie hut. not lo cated it yet. Miss Minnie Ilarbesorj who 1b teaching the Excelsior school, was very deter mined last full with the soliool board that she would not teach for less than thirty-five dollars per Uioutlu It ia thought now ntie will take a farthing by next fall. It is prenmel tlmt she thinks slie can live on "Kice.'" My experience in raising oats is not to try to ran any more than for my own use. They are an uncertain crop in this country, are hard on the ground, and if one has a good crop the price is low. The early bo wo oats make the heaviest grain, the later sown generally makes more gruin but lighter. While the straw of the later sown is louget thau the early sown. One should be governed somewhat by the season, but as general thing...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

'"to THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THK PKOPLE'8 PAUTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBKUAUY 18, 1897. VOL. 7. NO. 21. When You Come ImOQtinnfpl HURRY US, BUT DON'T invesugaie: Hurky you. Take lots of time; look about you and see what we have to offer. Read those big tickets. Examine the goods displayed in front of them. There s a special something about these, or we wouldn t your shopping, in your anxiety to get on your way home, you often MISS the GREATEST of our money saving offerings. Investigate and Don't Hurry. Ye Lords of Creation, We're After You. Our Men's Furnishings Department wants Your trade. Here are GOODS and PRICES to get it: Neckties, ljUtiJ stJ'lc9 nm to Btriag shapes. We Lave a big lot: of these string ties, of pure China Mik in the Persian and Dresden lmtterriH, 25-centties, 1 OC each Here too is a pretty good looking necktie, all silk anil lined with twilled satin. It will fiivu ou :ni idea of what we sMl for 25C each Leather Suspen...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

GEN. SHELBY DEAD. PASSES PEACEFULLY TO THE OTHER WORLD. Ha Had Beea Sinking Gradually tor Several Day and the End Was Es p'ected Bnrled at Kama City Betide Bia Comradet In Arm. Mebwin, Mo., Feb. 15. General Jo 0. Shelby died at 4:20 o'clock Saturday morning, so peacefully that those who watched at his bedside scarcely realized that the end was at hand until he breathed his last General Shelby remained uncon scious to the last and no word or sign of recognition to those about him came from the dying man. Ilis eyelids had remained closed for several hours and there was only a relaxation of the features as the hand of death swept across the pallad face. Joe and Ben Shelby, with C. F. Ual deman and George Hall, were watch ing at the bedside when the signs of death approached. Mr. Haldeman called attention to a sudden pallor which came over General Shelby's face and the members of the family, except Mrs. Shelby and Miss Anna, were called to the room. Ben Shelby, Joe Shelby and Webb Shelb...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

GREATER NEW YORK. AN ERA IN THE HISTORY OF THE METROPOLIS. Completion of the New York Central'! Four-Track Draw-Bridge Over the Har lem Rlrer, and of the 93,000,000 Steel Viaduct From 110th to 140th Street. New York, Feb. 6, 1897.-One of the most remarkable feats of engineering on record is nearing completion, and, beginning Thursday Feb. 11, the pas senger entering New York from the north will ride over one of the grand est examples of steel railway construc tion yet accomplished in this age of marvelous results in that direction. , Going south at 149th street, the tracks of the New York Central begin to rise gradually, and at 135th street they cross the Harlem river on the new four-track steel draw-bridge, at an ele vation of 24 feet above high tide. This massive structure is remarka ble In being the first four-track draw bridge ever constructed, and is the largest bridge of the kind in the world. It is 400 feet long and weighs 2,500 tons. The draw-bridge is 58 feet 6 Inches wide,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

Iftutcb.neon Qwttc. Entered t the pos toffice In Hatohlnson, Kansas, as second olaaa matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. IlRMg Of 4UB8CHIPTION, 11.00 pbhTkab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist inscriptions a Specialty. NorhMain Street Hutchinson Tnawar has begun In Michigan Governor Pingree Is ferninst the rail roads. The legislature, true to its re publican instincts, is for the railroads, and instead of givinfrtbe railroad com missloners more power, a bill has been reported to act on the scriptural lines, "fmm him that hath not shall ue taken that which he hath." Tnrchill which would abolish the Ninth judical district, and throw Judne M. P. Simps out, was reported on unfavorably by the senate commit tee on district apportionment.on Mon day. As the bill originated in the ben- ate the probability is that It Is dead A general redisricting bill, should one pass, might accomplish the same end, but it is hardly likely. The political pot in Ohio is bein- ninor to present the appearance o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

JJR. J. W. MAGUIBE, SPECIALIST, M Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. ' Glaxac Sclentilroally Adjusted. Office In Ma aonic. umulei'lliiu.-Mniou, Kumua. LOCAL AM PEUSUMA1,. Mrs Lena Meet from Arlington is vIaiLin Mr. ami Mrs. II. C. Scott. Washington's Birthday is now a le gal holiday in Kansas, and the bauks and postofflce will close Feb. 22nd. Sam Hirst of this city has been en joying a visit from C. 11. Wood the Santa Fe ticket clerk at Arkansas City . C. H. Braham and J. B. Ralph of ' OiricK, Mo., bad a train load of cattle at the stock yards the fust of the week. D. W. Dunnut,an old soldier of this city, has ueen allewed a pension of $6 00 a mouth with back pay amount ing tu 40u. Turee boys were placed in the re formatory Tuesday. Perry Patterson for grand laiceuy, Claude Tripp, Elk coumj, for rape. Frank Peudaivis Elk county for f ornery. Mrs. Trowbridge of Wellington' Kaus., visited Tue Dress Cutting Aca demy Monday, wishing to see the suc cess of neighboring schools as wel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

THE GAZETTE. B. O. NKTTXS7F0N A CO. . . MITTLBTON, BDITOB. HUTCHINSON; KANSAS, 1TES1S OF INTEREST. The irrigation ditch at Garden City froze tip last week. The Normal college at Salina has closed its first winter term. The central Kansas Farmers Insti tute met at Hutchinson Feb. 5th and 6 th. There is another sign of improvement in Kansas. There is no wore talk of hyptotism. v A man at Newton claims to have found something which looks like gold in a lump of Osage coaL The January blizzard filled every ice house in Kansas. In the northwest even churches are used. Twenty-one years ago the editor of the Journal in Coffeyvillo received a letter which everybody in town exam ined. It was the first type-written let ter ever seen in Coffeyville. While four Munson brothers were skating at Jennings Feb. 7th the ice gave way, precipitating them all into the water. Two managed to get out, but Ben and Bert were drowned. Ben was a married man, leaving a wife and one child. Postmastter Mead of Hut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

CHAPTER X. HE count ordered 'all preparations consistent with the resources of the chateau to be mads for the approach ing wedding, and flattered himself that he was very diplomatic in talk ing confidently be fore the servants, of the series of festivities which should follow that event. He affected an air of the utmost security, and laid out a score of Improvements to be made in tho garden, at a period when he meant to be safely landed on a foreign shore. ( And every few hours he exchanged a knowing nod with M. Pierre, as If glorying over his wise sagacity. In . these preparations, of course, the ab nence of the most valuable service of silver was discovered, but the wily M. Pierre had forestalled the need of ex planation by informing his credulous master that he had taken the precau tion, In consideration of the disturb ances in other places, to secrete It, and that it should be ready for him at the wedding festival, unless he preferred to have It snugly packed for transport ation...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 February 1897

Farmer s uorresponuenue. LINCOLN. The la grippe has a grip on quite a number of our citizens. Mr. Lewis Young of Iowa, visited a few days of last week with his cousin, Prank Lewis. The stock yards at Booth have been enlarged . Tom Fowler is goins; to move to Col orado. Tom is a good citizeu and we hate to lose him from our township. Now H. D. Freemim I think very tin -thoughfuiy remarked to your corres pondent a few duys since, tmit he wus tliiukiug of moving to Westminister townshio on account of the society there. .Now while I mlruit your Westminister correspondent gave a glowing descrip tion of the two classes of society tlu-re and also gave many prominent names, yet I am convinced there if net a man in Lincoln would want to go to Westmin ster where there are no women. I Mip poe there are some women there but none worthy to be named in the boasted society of that place. It is different herein Lincoln, for like some people say cf Heaven, women are in the major ity here and are sma...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

... 1MI ttiHI-- THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1897. NO. 23. VOL. 7. Mm P. MARTIN & CO. ,Live Merchants. 1:21 and Y1W North Main Street. YOU know us and our location. If you come every day we always have something new to show you. This big store is never without interest. With its numerous employes some thing of interest is always on tap. For Next Week We Have Many Good Thines : DRESS GOODS AT A BARGAIN. What 25c Will Buy. This list will prove a lesson' in economy for every housekeeper: Serges of Good Quality. Every thread puie wool, lit) iuolieH wide in black, or elms us you wish a sr viceahlo dress goods for 25C yd . 'Brocadine.-for25c yd. A dress goons Willi ImilV cloth 1" plain c iioii.liu.slieil lu H high U8'el',bio caded i:i pieu designs, wiiu cmir.iMiiig colois 42-iiicbeit wide 25C yd. Etamines. Open weave,, of hII kinds mid hiy Thin season's lavorites iu medium .priced guilds are ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

POWERS OPEN FIRE. BOMBARD CRETAN CAMP OUTSIDE OF CANEA. British, English, RuMlan and Italian Warships Begin Hostilities The Cre tans Easily Rontcd Blank Shots Fired at First, but Old No Good. Canka, Feb. 22. The squadrons of the united powers yesterday began active hostilities by bombarding the insurgents' camp outside of tanea. Before doing go the admirals notified King George of their purposo unless Grecian occupation of Crete ceased. King (ieorge responded to tins notice as lie had to prior notices of the same sort, that Turkish outrages on the Greek and Christian residents in Crete demanded Grecian interference. First the war vessels opened fire with two rounds of blank cartridges. This failing to intimidate the insur gents encamped on the scene the ac tual bombardment began. At 4:30 o'clock signals were made to n. M. S. Driad, II. M. S. Harrier. II. M. S. Revenge, together with one Ital ian, one German and one Russian ship to open lire on the Cretan position Where the Greek fla...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

CHAPTER XII. I A D Y FELICIE. Lady Fellcle! tro you here?" A shuddering sob, a moaning cry, was his answer, lie stooped down, lift ed up the board flooring, and thn taking her in his arms, aa ho would have c a rrled a helpless babe, descended the narrow ladder leading into the subterranean chamber, which his forethought had provided. He laid her down on a nar row, but comfortable bed, and hurried back to close the door and replace the flooring. That secured, he lighted a candle standing ready on tho rude ta ble, poured out a glass of wine, and ap proached her. , "Try this first, and then tell me if you arc injured, dearest child." Sho looked up, pitifully into his face. ; "Oh, Emile, Emile, my mother is dead!" His face writhed in overmastering Anguish. i "I know it, my child; God help us! I was powerless to prevent. I discovered that a body of men had left Frejus in that direction, and hurried after them. If I had only known this was to be the wedding night, I should have been prepa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

Ibutcbtnson dfoette. Bnterert t the poctofllce in Haichlnion, Ksnnas, i as econd eUa matter. . I E. G. NETTLETO.M A CO. Proprietor.. I rHM8 or Subscription, ti.oo pkhYiab C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tlie IDr-aggist Inscriptions a Specialty. NorhMain Street Hutchinson What does McKinley waut any way. II is platform pledged him to forward by all iu his power an international agreement on silver coinage. His en dorsement of Ed. Wolcot 's mission to the powers also pledged hiiu that. way. Then be appointed fur secretary of treasury, Lyman J. G ige.siund money democrat of Chicago, who don't waut any silver at all. The famous investigating senator of New York, Lexow, has been investi gating the sugar trust atid as hereto fore has secured about all tue admis sions he or any one else desired. The rep lies came from the trust magnates with laughing abaud''n about how thev fix prices and control output and ter minate with the implied interrogation, ''what are you going to do about it? The mny po.ilicl a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

QU.J. W. MAGUIKB, SlMaClAUST, 'Dibeuses of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Gl.ise SclentinVMly Adjusted. ' Office In Mi tannic Temple, Huu.lilnt'ou, Kauiaa. LOCAL All) PEUSWNAL. The city of Antliouy has a chorus in training for the Jubilee. The colored HJiiwtrela of this city Rave :an entertainment at Partridge Friday night. This week we have some items from 'Castleton for which we are thankful. We would be clad to have a cones ipondeut iu each township. Dr. 8. B. Biroitz, western agent of 'the home board of missions of the Xutneran church, delivered a serraou .at the church in this citv Sunday. Benson & Eddie moved their stock of urroceries on Tuesday from their old .location at No. 14 N. Main to No. 19 S, Man. Here they will continue to offer their bargains as before. Mr J B Dane of Lincoln township Informs us that h is wife's father died one day hint week iu Indiana, and that she will be home as soon as she is able, she being about sick herself. We had the pleasure of being shown ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

THE GAZETTE. X. . NKTTLKTON A0O. 1. S. JriTTLETOI, IU1TOM. HUTCHINSON; KANSAS, HANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Pneumonia in Oklahoma last week has been doing its very worst Nearly all of the weekly papers contain a no tice of death from the cause. The G. A. E. post at Pratt has raised six dollars u a contribution to the An dersonyille prison scheme. The scheme is to repair the prison and preserve it always. Hodgeman county has a sensation. An apparition which looks like u man is hanging1 to a post, but no one has had the nerve yet to get near enough to tell whether it is a fake or the real thing. Dr. II. A. Dykes, who was secretary of the state board of health during Lewelling's administration, lias been appointed on the board of medical ex aminers of Tennessee, where he went to live in 1895. Sheriff McCall, of Missouri, secured requisition paper on the 10th from Gov ernor Leedy allowing him to take Frank Doran to Missouri to be tried for horse' stealing. Doran was arrest ed recently at A...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

NOW IS THEIR CHANCE. REPUBLICAN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A RECORD. They mro In Poeltioi to Eitermlnate the PopnlUt by doing away with the Con dition Which Brought them Into Ez Utence. Will they do It? The Republican party will soon bo in power, controlling every branch of the national government executive, legislative and judicial. It already is In control of a majority of the state governments. It will have the ability and the opportunity during the next four years to bring prosperity and happiness, or increased sorrow and misery, to seventy millions of the most progressive people of this progressive age. It also has the opportunity to ac complish what is doubly dear to the heart of every Republican politician and officeholder the complete de struction of the Populist party. This vast army of "long haired fanatics" this hordo of "visionary schemers" that cast two million votas, is represented by two thousand papers and came near electing Bryan, can be literally wiped ' out of existence,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 February 1897

Farmer's Correspondence. WEST MISStEB. Miss Bertha Peachy of Lincoln, was -visitirm the Misses Lottie and Edna Freeman last week. Mrs. E. Brldgtaan is quite sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Wilson Smith has returned from visiting in the east. Mr. Heiscy has bought the ibbyville hotel and will take charge next week. We hope ho will do a rushing business. Quite a numlier of our citizens areaHpiring to the postollice at Ab byville. We notice that the Gazkttk is get ting to be more in demand bv both le publicans and populists. Ever) body wants to find out which division of so ciety they are in. Look out next week. Something may drap. While in Abbyville last Saturday we met Mr. Billy Moore of Lincjln. lie informed us that he had recently re turned from an extended tour of Colo rado and California. While in Cali fornia he visited the famous Death Val ley but not feeling exactly ready Hilly declined to enter a place with such a 811ft, Kt'.ix ll Ml.i', A' .LUKllliKl.' -IG IICCi ded to visit some r...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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