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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 March 1897

4 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897. NO. 20. Store Is pnng liovelties. The following articles of more than ordi nary value command the attention of early spring buyers. Ribbon Attractions for Next Week. Ribbon garniture for spring and summer dresses has found great favor with Dame Fashion this season Moire Antique is the correct kind. We hnve it in all the new spritg col ors including the orchid. Ophelia and liulgare shade of purple. Width No . 2, 5c per ynvd " 5, 10c per v;iid. " 7, 12 ic per yard. " 9. 15c per yard. ' 12, 2lu per yard. " 1G. 25c per ard. " 22, H5c per yard. Ladies' Spring Weight Long S'eeve Vests. Knitted of soft maco yarn, ecrii in color, high neck, silk tape and crochet ihiish, pearl buttons, just the right weight for a "Between-season Gar ment." 25c each. Regular Price 25c each. Our sensation summer corset, made of one piece ventilating cloth, strengthened at the wa...

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 March 1897

THE GAZETTE. K. . NBTTtBTOS A CO. . . hsttlkoii, ,num. HUTCHINSON; KANSAS BAK8AS ITEMS OF 1KTKRE8T. A pretty school ma'am is doing a lot of damage in Kiowa county. Lyon county paupers are buried at a cost to the county of 35 cents a foot. Comic valentines were the cause of a row among the 400 of Ilarper society. Pittsburg is inclined to brag over haying the only opium joint in Kansas. The real plutocrat at Dighton is the man who had a sleigh during the snow which lasted twelve hours. The story that the wheat in Kansas is hopelessly dead, is intended for the perusal of the Chicago board of trade only. The peopl6 of Anthony have given up hope of train service on the Frisco. They say that they do not want one train a day, as it would do them no good. When the Andrews Opera company recently appeared in Newton the whole town turned out to hear the Misses Price, who have parts and used to live in Newton. The Anthony churus will attend the Hutchinson jubilee this year. Anthony has a large ...

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 March 1897

SCIENTIFIC. REVIEW. OF THE THING WE CALL MONEY. A MEDIUM OF EXCHANGE. tflt la not Cremtlon of Law Where does It get lt Debt Faying Power? How Much Should the Qovtrnmin' CrealaT Value can no more be intrinsic or Inherent in one thing thun distance :an exist in one point Value is the joint estimation of two or more persons and not a substance or the quality of a substance. Estimation which constitutes value is formed when two persons exchange property agree upon terras. When property and money are ex ;hanged the amount of money re ieived by the vender of the property is termed the price. When stocks are bought and sold in the board of brokers, the buyers and sellers agree how much money' shall be exchanged for a given number of diares of stock, and the average agree ments of this kind determines the valuo f money in stocks, and is cailed the Tiaarket price. When we reflect that the value of a thing sold or bought, whether it be money or property, is what it will fetch, we marvel at th...

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 March 1897

Iftutcb.nson Gfoette. Bntered at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, M second class matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprittors. IjRMH Or "JUMCWPTION, 1.00 PMH TlAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Til DruLggist Fjescrlptions a Specialty. Nor hMain Street Hutchinson Wichita has entered a fiuht for municipal ownership of its waterworks Good enough! Why not inaugurate one in Hutchinson? Tub StHte senate has at last arouse d to s(i me little realization -f populist promises and teachings. It has recon sidered and killed the trust deed bill by a decisive vo'e. Perhaps they are bearing from their constituents. Iowa cities have most of them been having their elections, and the resulis show a landslide toward the opposition to republican rule, more marked than the slump to republicans was last fall Cities which have always been repub lican went democratic r for citizen's ticket 8. The dissatisfaction with the McKinley administiation is beginning earlier than usual. The Kansas Commoner Is criticising Senator ...

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 March 1897

JJR.J. W.MAGU1RE, 4 ' SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GU8e ScIentlHeally Adjusted. Offloe In Mi sonic 1'emple, HutobInon, Kauiai. LOCAL A Nil PERSONAL. Mr. R. 0. Slayton of Haven, has move J to tbis cUy. 8 Fmeo, sheriff of Brown county, tronRht a prisoner to the Reformatory, .Friday. H. C O'Hara, the accommodating postmaster of Partridge, wan In town the first of the week. Married.IIenry C.Burke and Victoria Des Bouillons oi Plevna, on Thursday, Feb. 25, by the probate judge. Notwithstanding the howl about the credit of Kansas the Daily News tells of a Reno county farmer who got a renewal cn hia loan at a reduction of two per cent. D. W. Kent, grand secretary of the I. 0 O F. of KanSHS was home last week to attend his sale, and gave a banquet to about 100 of his Odd Fellow brethren at the Brunswick hotel, Sut. urdny evening. Mr. A. L. Franklin of Troy town ship, whs in town Saturday, aud made the Gazettk office a pleasant aud profitable call. He is still making...

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 March 1897

WHAT CONGRESS DID. CONGRESSIONAL. APPROPRIATIONS LARGEST ON RECORD. LAST DAYS OF THE FIFTY FOURTH CONGRESS. Tha Total Far Over tha Billion Dollar Mark Some of tha Important Meas ore That Becama Law Nicaragua BUI Falls. Wasuinqtos, March 1. Speaker Reed and the other Republican leaders of the House entered upon the final session of the Flfty.fourth Congress with the alleged determination that no legislation which compelled great expenditures of public money should be enacted during the session, hot withstanding this fact the regular ap propriation bills for the support of the government huvo brought the total appropriations of tlr's Congress far be yond, the billion mark, breaking the record of former Congresses. Many of the appropriations, notably those for river and harbor improvements and lor publio buildings, were nocessary to continue works authorized by other Congresses. No publio buildings have been started by this session, and no new battleships or vessels of any de scription...

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 March 1897

,dW INTgWNT10NlTpRf.Sa 88dCITI0NfeJi::-t:i CHAPTER XV.-(Contindbu.) From him be learned of the thor ough precautions taken to intercept them, ind of the dogged persistence of M. Pierre's belief In their vicinity. This man was outwardly among the most eager of M. Pierre's supporters, and was much In his confidence; and he assured Emlle that It would be ex tremely hazardous to attempt escape for a month at least, although he was 'willing to do the best he could for them. Emlle heard his unfavorable account thoughtfully, and replied: "I see plainly that I must mix among you here. I will remain secreted with you through the day, and make my way back to my hiding place at mid night The next night I will manage to get out on the highway; and do you give out publicly that you have re ceived word that the Gray Falcon is coming down from Paris to stir up the populace of, Frejus. Come and meet me, If you can, and introduce me to this Pierre. Let me gain the confi dence of the majority' and I ...

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 March 1897

Farmer's Correspondence. WESTMINSTER. Kev. Smiley of Stafford, was in the city of Abbyville lust week. Mr. John McKeown has retired from the hotel buMMM in Abbyville and moved to his farm in Enterprise. We regret to lone from our midst such h genial citizen. Uncle Jimaiy McLean has a new re ceipt for keeping loafers from setiu' on his Bucks of 'tuters.'. lie (.imply sprink les lasses on top of the sucks. U works like a charm with occ.ii..oii.il except i'n". The sick of our community iiru M'h. E. IJridjeman, Mrs. Scln.mr, Mrs. Cideund Mrs. Lou M. Iver. Others are convalescent, Some of our citizens me thinking of Starting a canning factory so is to le ready to catch ftr.-t car load of McKin lev's prosperity after the 4th of M itch. We luive tried o (jive the public a glimpse of our Bociety, now we will en deavor to give af.bird's eye view of the beauty and fertility of our country. Westminister township is iudeed fin ideal place to dwell. Such rolling plaius with here and there beauti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 March 1897

Tf THK OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PPWPLE'S PAKTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1897. NO. 27. nlwnra an interesting and -lUron stonily changing stocky put you theikuiling niauut'iictuic!--. Many fresh arrivals every moriiing now make the seleotior. of the suininer wardrobe a ;ouuiiie rleliyht. There is satisfac tion, too in the prices. Next week we will give special attention to a quick selling line of LadiS' and Children's new Spring Wraps and Jackets: !.98 Each. Ladies' Short Military Capes, "lack, tan " "av.v 50c ea. Laden' BlacK Clay Wonted Jackets. II- x front, Children's JackeU or heavy red and blue serge, newest leg ' muttou elceve.s, httndynme buticns star collar, shield front, large fanoy button, girl, tailor made, 8.H micli hIi and pretty, 3 t aeh, ........ n,.l. ... .... ., I-"""' Silk Capes, 7.s0 each, Lalles' fine Hitched, latest sleeves, blued iiu'tn, tailor, made, Sti.SO, cell Matteau Coats tor Children. Mnde. of flue!...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 March 1897

THE GAZETTE. . e. urnucTOK co. B. . WSTCTL Oil, SlITUSV, HUTCHINSON; KANSAS ' UAX3AH ITKMS OF Mi'A'KMSI. The flouring mill will be rebuilt at I Garden City. 1 Thtt sheriff of Morton cotinty is after . Ihe boys who match pennies j The story is out that Chtuf Justice Doster cut bis finger tho other day and bled ice water instead of blood. The late wet spell has brought a new word to Kansas. A paper speaks of the streets again "being mudlcss." Some fatal disease has been killing off many hogs on Paradise creek, in the northern part of Russell county. A Pratt boy found a cylinder with a fuse attached. He lit the fuse to see what would happen and the doctor cannot yet tell whether ho will re cover. Henry Shnpa, "The Rattlesnake King of the Rockies," is dead at Atch ison of pneumonia. He was a river lstrmit and captured arid charmed snakes. It is the introduction of fool bills that hurts Kansas. They never pss. The legislature should pass a law mak ing it a misdemeanor to introduce a fool...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 March 1897

v "(J y PRESIDENT M'KINLEY'S POLICY OUTLINED, THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS. financial Reform and Mors llimu Urgently Needed Protection and Reciprocity Arbitration Strong ly Favored Immigration Iws Need Improving Extra Session. Washington, March 5. The Inau gural address delivered by President McKinley, just after being; sworn into office by Chief Justice Fuller, was as follows; "Fellow Cittsens: In obedience to the irlU of the people and In their presence, or l.ha authority rested in me by this oath, I as sume the arduous and responsible duties of President of the United States, relying on the support of my countrymen and Invoking the guidance of Almighty Clod. Our faith teaches that there Is no safer reliance than upon the God of our fathers, who has so sin gularly favored the American people In very national trial, and who will not for sake us so long as we obey His command ments and walk humbly In His footsteps. ."The responsibilities of the high trust to which I have been called always...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 March 1897

't f World's figures sho that a change ot little more than 20,000 votes In the close States would have changed the result. The following are the figures ON HER DOCTORS ADVICE! V7E I1AVEU0 A&EIITS r Ibutcblnson feetts. trot have told direct to the consumer lor M rears, at, Bntered t the postofllce in Hit'chinnon, Kansas, as second class mutter. thaui Ue dtalors' pro holuiale prices, sav It gives: Change of Change of Popular vote. Electoral vote California i.sii9 j Indian ,"' ' Kentucky HI 15 Oregon J North Dakota 2..'a West Virginia 5 7 Becomes a Well Woman by Taking Paine's Celery Compound. fit. HtUf nywner for nuuiuiuon be- rurawic. Every thing warranted. 1M atvtM af fer. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. rlafrai.wawlaiaf Har- ' ,aui. Tap rWtleau low an fa. rtMUxn u inn " Waf oris, iliqreaJUMflaiaf Har. 1 lRue or JuBBCRimoJt, UW nn Yiab lo.HH. wt)BinavNali4 Kad Wscflaa ate. b At eto u mu h ku.to. An lana, itraa Qataloii Ut. llkHM. ftp" u Maim, u. As Huwl m nite Utt W. ELKHART CAB...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 March 1897

TJU.J. W. MAGUIltE, SPKC1AL.IST, n Diseases of Eyo, Eur, Nose aud Turtrnt. Glasses Sctentlfl'-aPy Adjlwtid. Olfl. in M funic Temple, tlutvliliieoii, Kunsus. The U S. Grand Jury U to lt Wichita this week, it will tahe evi dence in the case against Miss Beam for embezzling funds from the post office. Mayor Viucent has declined to run for mayor this spring, but nevertheless, he would probably not object 10 saying who his successor will be. A little son of Jake Dix on Ayenue B east, drank a lot of coal oil Wedut'B day night, and for several hours it was thought he would die. Prompt medi cal aid brought him around all righit however. "Martin's" store was decorated on Monday iu honor of its 10th anniver sary It bus made a steady growth in business aul has succeeded in fixing itself in the good graces of the patron izing public. Mike Sughrue resigned as guard at the reformatory and has accepted a position us city marshall of Ashland. Mr. Sughrue was the tirst sheriff of Clark county, and w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 March 1897

NEW MEN IN CHAEGE. M'KINLEY'S CABINET OFFI CERS SWORN IN. Secretary Gage's Induction Was So ciety Event He Did Not Take tlie Oath With the Common Herd, but at Special Fonion i.ater. ' " Washixoton, March 8. President McKinley was at his desk at 0 o'clock this morning' and after attending" to some public business he signed the commissions of members of the new cabinet. Genoral Alger, Cornelius N. IUiss and Mr. Gary, members of the new cabinet, arrived at 10:15 o'clock and went di rectly to the President's apartments, where Mr. Wilson of Iowa preceded them. All of the others except Mr. Gage appeared soon afterward and at 11:30 o'clock, after a brief exchange of courtesies, were led by Mr. McKinley and Mr. Sherman to the. blue room, looking southward toward the Potomac river. Here Chief Justice Fuller and the justices of the Supreme court were assembled. The President and his advisers greeted the justices and the formalities of administering the oaths were begun at once. Mr. Sherman wa...

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 March 1897

Ultra r.s Men, 34, ft nt men! A tima like thii demands Strong minda, great he arta. true laitb, and ready bands; Men wbom tbn lost of ottico due not kill; Men wbom tba apolls cf oUco cannot buy) Men who posacis opinion and a will ; Men who hare honor; men who will not lie; Men who can stand before a doraagogno And damn hla treachcronj flatteries without winking; Tall men, aun-crowned, who lire above the fog la publle doty and In private thinking. Fur While tho rabble with their thnmb-worn ereeda. Their large profeaalon and their little desdi, Mingle in aelAah atrlle, lot Freedom weepa. Wrong rulca the land, and waiting Justice sleeps, Uk. J. O. Holland. TRUST IN THE PEOPLE. WASHINGTON'S GOVERNOR SUES SOME TRUTHS. IS- The First Concern la Unman Rlghte. But I.B who Crlea out for Juatlca Must do no Injustice. A Home for Every Family rullr Eipoaed ia Half Cured The following extracts are from the ttMsage of John U. Rogers, populist Uarernor of Washington. Governor Usgers imbibed the pri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 March 1897

Firmer' Correspondence. i CaSTLKTO.I items; tyra. I. 'G. Maiteney is on. the sick list. II. N.llolcomb was called to Illinois last week to see bis father -who is not expected to live. Jobn Naphgingerot 1mcoln town ship bas moved on tie' Wolf" farm of this township. D. A.Coover was fn. "Hutchinson last Friday transacting bnsiness for his son, Bryan. Miss Sue Dawsou mho is ..attending the Business College, at Hutchinson was visitiDK with benparents last Sat urday and Sunday. Carl Fountain es visiting with Mr. Harry Astle of Haven, last Sunday. . Mr. Mat Maliar is fixing up a car load of fine road herses to ship to New York this spring. . Lee Cotnstoek has shaved off his mustache. My!'V,1iat a mouth. He is like the haughty peacock, after loosing its beautiful plumage.. "Hiding out.1 Frank;Vrightthe p.jient at Castteton . has been moved to Wakita, and Char ley Thomas whous ?d to be agent at Umer has taken bis place at Castleton. . A . . ... .tj.i.A i.wii filaupl.ter, to ftl iijs hojjs, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 March 1897

Aft TT TT TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENJ COUNTY. 4 HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCHES, 1897. NO. 28. VOL. 7. I Away - mi- m ft i X Dress Linings and Findings Absolutely Free of Charge! For ten days, M arch 17, IB IQ Ort 996W 94. 95. 96. 27. 1897. We will give with every our store, ureses Lininga cuiu i muiugo nv lutely Free of Charge as per list given below: With Every Dress Pat tern from $2 to $3, we will give free of charge: 6 yds best lining cambric 5c $ ,3i 2 yds waist drilling - 8?i'c V In all $ A With Every Dress Pat tern from $3 to $4, we will give free of charge: 6 yds bust lining cambric uu $ ,30 2 yds selisia - - . J Uc .20 5 yds velveteen faming ins .25 2y"3scjvas 1 - - 10c 20 In all $ .95 With Evey Dress Pat tern from 4 to $5, we will givelree of charge: (5 yards best lining cambric oc .dU 2 yds selisia - 12Hc .25 .5-ydg velveteea facing 5c 2 yds etamine dfeffeuing 15c igetrtwin dress stays Hooks and eyes . . - . .25. .09 .02 In...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 March 1897

3 '8 REVENUE AND PROTECT IVE TARIFF. BOTH STRONGLY URGED. OeBoiU In the Government's Finance (or Nearly Four Years Pointed Oat The Bond Issues Adrerted To Tariff BeTUIon Advised He fore All Else The Doe nment la Full. Washinoton, March 15. President McKinley sent rather unexpectedly his message to Congress this afternoon its soon as both Houses had been or ganized. It was at once read as fol lows: "To the Congress of the United States: Regretting the necessity which has required me to call yon together, I feel that your assembling in extraor dinary session is indispensable because of the condition In which we find the revenues of the government'. It is conceded that its current expenditures are greater than its receipts, and that such a condition has existed for now more than three years. With un limited means at our command we arts . presenting the remarkable spectacle of 'tticrcWng our public debt by borrow ing money to meet the ordinary out .fays incident upon even an economic an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 March 1897

4 DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING tiHAPTERS . FOR OUR RURAL READERS."'' How Bticceeafal Farmers Operate This Deportment of tbo Farm A Few Bint to the, Car of Lie Stock . and Poultry. . ft C r . WIT! Irof .ton n dairy farming is a good (arm, a (arm made good by na ture, or by the skill of man. writes A. P. Walker, in In- dlana Farmer. The second step In sue cessful dairy (arm ing is a lot of good Jersey cows. The third step In dairy farming la a first' class Jersey bull, deeply bred in but ter lines. These three things constitute the plant. The next step and the most important of all, in successfully dairy farming, Is a real lire farmer, who un deratands his business and has busi ness sense enough to work the plant for all there Is in it. It has been pretty thoroughly demonstrated during the past three years that there is no oc cupatton open to the farmer that will give better or surer results than dairying. If properly kept, the yield from the cows la constant and never (ailing. Dry ...

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 March 1897

Tbutcbtnson (5a3ctte. Entered at the postoffloe In Hmoblneon, Kansas, as second class matter. E. . NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. llBMl OF 4UB8CBIPT10N, I1.0U PKH TlAB C. E. SIDLING tR, Fjescriptioua a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson John Carlisle will continue to serve J. Pierpont Morjan. He in now bis paid altornev but is probably not bo valuable to bis client as before be left the treasury portfolio. The downfall of C.ubeti is the down fall of a bully and yet in a year Fitz- Blmmons will probably be as bad. It is the war they all go. "Pride goetb before destruction and a haughty spii it before a fall." The Washington Post, (Republican) of March 10th, says, "Manna will turn bis entire salary as senator over to his private secretary. The question now arises, in whose employ is Manna, any way. lie can't live In Washington on nothing." . South Dakota is another State where the populists are in full control and we are happy to say they have out done Kansas in f ulrillinj? their pr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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