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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 March 1897

, W. MAS DIRE, SPJCClAtJST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose an J Throaty 31Hses Scientifically Adjusted; Offlo In M onlo Temple, tluttihlnsoii, Kautai. LtdillKI) PERsOSVL. Frank Vincent is home from Wash ington where he has been, presumably looking alter Hutchinsou poslofQce Ile. . James MoKiustry returned from Waariiiigton the last of the week where he Whs interviewing democratic senat ors. - ' A. W. Innls who formerly was a well known business man of this city was here from Waukegan, Illinois, on visit; , ' By the new salary bill which passed the legislature Saturday, Morris Cain has his salary cut $200 per year. He will now get tl 000. The appropriation which was finally made for the Hutchinsou Industrial Beformatory was 110.040 10. This is considerably ltss thau was asked, but is $11,000 or $12,000 more than was appropriated In the legislature of 1895 M. Watson of this city, got an appro priation of about a thousand dollars lor services af cer the session is ovor in his work us sec...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 March 1897

THE GAZETTE. k. e. RRTurroN oo. a . XRIUKIIi BORUB. HUTCHINSON; KANSAS ' ' EAK8AS 1TE118 OF IJiTERlWl:. . " The Kansas legislature, after its usual session, adjourned Friday even ing, March 12. The clamor for an extra session of ' the legislature comes from the Topeka ' boarding houaea. ' The inaugu ratios ceremonies were , crraced by the presence of the mayor of 8t Mary's, Kansas. " Dickersoo, the Sedgwick hotel aaa who was shot in the recent affray there, will probably The Kansas legislator will eoon make publie Manifesto showing what the legislature has done. The first thing oa tbe program of the HufJiinson jubilee this year will be the school ehurus contest. There are store candidates for the postoffice at Wichita than there are ways of dancing the two-step. The authorities of Reno eoanty hare decided U create a rockpile for the prisoners to spend their time on. The Free Silver campaign pole at Wellington has been cut down. It - overbalanced and became dangerous. Of the 134 car ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 March 1897

f- CHAPTER XVT (CoktinukdJ Emile, . without a moment's irefiifcnv tlon stood up in a cart, and. began a furious harangue, somewhat after the fashion of bia old club addresses. In wardly he was stricken with remorse, remembering that those old appeals had lost their power. He had claimed equality, the jwwer of rising by worth of character, the right to be men, the haughty refusal to bend the' neck of slaves; but now the wild heart of law lessness asked for nothing but revenge and triumph, blood and crime. His words were eloquent, and he took care to refrain from appeals to their bru tality, but he dwelt adroitly on the watch-cry, "Equality, liberty," and all round applauded heartily aa he de scended. , "You are Just the man we want!" icrled M. Pierre, coming forward with putstretched hands. 1 Emile could ' scarcely control his shudder of disgust, but he shook bands heartily and answered with the most apparent delight: , "I am ready for the work. The whole people must come forward and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 March 1897

-it Farrnsrs' Correspondenc3. . HEDfOSD. Mrs. Philip Earion is among those on the siok list. Mr. G. B. Brooks wis busy shelling corn the Bret of the week. Mr. Fred Howell is living with hi Uncle,.Mr. Mead, since his folks have moved to Sylvia. So be has it quite handy siuoe he is so close to his Jennie. Mrs. G. B. and J. 8. Brooks were over to Mr. Lew Cwrises to quilting bee last Wednesday. Mrs. Martha Jolinr-on aud sou Albert were down to Ifutohiiisou one day lust week looking af fcx some particular busi ness. TueDutikarda, who have had a pro tracted meeting of five weelis, closed last Sabbath night with a full house. It is said that there is a line school in progress at the Dean school cince Mr. Cunk is making the boys and girls walk the chalk mark. Mrs. Jim Johnsou is among those on the sick list. . Mr. 0. B. Brooks and son John were business transactors at Hutchinson oue day last week. Biddy. . Farmers are busy plowing for oats The exhibition at Excelsior was quite a success. A ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 March 1897

; '. TOT . . r THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP. THE PEOPLE'S PARITY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OP RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1897. NO. 29. VOL. 7. mm -,1 "J. i, . r ' Bkmi jsfh. w V xsv Gome Gure Selling in Shoes and Ladies' Oxfords. Chocolate and black, needle toe, tipped, low broad heel; exactly as cut . '' ; .'$U50pr. Ladies' Tan Oxfords. "Very pointed toe, tipped, fin a soft leather; made also in black, $l,50pr. Ladies' High Shoes. Don- gola kid, patent leather tips, lnce or button, corded foxing.; verv netit und durable, .. $2.00 pr. Men's Vici Kid, Shoes. ! Vult soles, iipw coin. toe. ; fasten ing, very nobby, Opr. At C2.00 Pair. , $3 f Iq; it F"The public is cordially invited to visit our Millinery Department. Beautiful impo rted pattera hats and bonneta; models by our own designers, the latest sailo ra and walking hats now.ott exhibition, This flbplay sure to pleuo you; the-prices know will. : ft'-.. :Tvn a iTT r- LEADING HUTCHilNSON, All Mail Orders Receive Promp...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 March 1897

BATED FKOM THE DEEP 6HIP T. F. OAKES RESCUED AFTER MANY PERILS. After Terrible Experience With Storna ad Vlckneae She Vu Sighted and - Tawed Into Fort by tho Brltlaa tluntr Kaibeka Oat SSSOvDay. Nkw Yobst. March 22. The long overdue Americrn clipper ship T. F. Oakoa, which left Hong Kong1 oa July 4, 259 days ago, with a genoral cargo tot; this poet, and which had been given up as lost, was towed into port this morning by this British tank steamer Kasbeka, Captain Mulr, who picked her up last Thursday in latitude : BH.10, longitude 63.44. The crew were sick with scurvy and six had died. Captain Deed of the Oakes told a turrible story, of suffering and priva tion. When about six days ont In the China sea a terrible typhoon was en countered, lasting several days, dur ing which the fore and main top iasts were sprung. The vessel was obliged to", run bofore the gale, which had no sooner blown itself out than it was followed by a second typhoon, which Mew wjth great fury for twenty-four ....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 March 1897

There m n.iitl io be la Micuan white oedar shingles now doing gJ3d service on roofs in tliut state thut liAve been in full dt.dobui'O and wear fur ever seven ty-liTi j tars. A Denver clergyman, ou rceeipt of the uetinl hulf-faru pass, wrotu to the niuilnUnilnnt ''Pnn trim ALiliilnfttt mw wife also?" To which the railroad man said he did not know, but he would like to see the clergyman's wife ' first, as he was rutlicr fastidious about On Tirani And Tfry close too. - Thnt'a wh't any on sbonld M Id treating oal'i iol( (or Inaction ot tbe kid neys anil . bladder. The diurutlc which experi ence indicate at supplying tiia reqnislle stimu lation to tha organs wltbuut exciting them it Hoatotter's Stomach bitten. Don t dalnyi kid ney Inaction and diseaii-s am not far apart. For fever and agoo, dyspepsia, conatlpetion. rheu matism and nerve debility, alto use Hitter. The United Sutes has a greater va- viety of venomous flies than any other country. Several thousand species have been put upon...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 March 1897

Ibutcbineon Cfoette. Catered at the poetoffloe in Hutchinson, Kansas, as sooond class matter. E.8. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. lltUiS or (DBCB1PTI0H, 1.00 pisYsab C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiie Diraggist . Pescriptlons s Specialty. , North Main Street Hutchinson A' nkw federal statute is now In effect which makes it a criminal offense punishable by five years in the peui- tentiarv, .to raultilate any United States coin or passing the same. Jcdgb V a ndi vert of Kineley, who was legislated out of oflloe to save the expense of an impeachment trial, ia no In Washington aud a candidate for consul to Mexico. Kansas would be' iilad to send him to Mexico or bailee, preferring the latter, however ltt the congressional reapportion metit n this legislature, the bound aries -of t tie old Seventh district were not changed. No eighth district was majle, so we ill again vote for a con- gressman-ftt- large. The only thing doue whs to cut Shawnee county out of the Fourth District and place it in the tlrst. D...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 March 1897

Jjtt.ji W.MAGDIRB, u Diseases of Eye, Ear. Nose and , . , Throat. , Glasaes Selntlflally Adjusted. Office In Ma tunic Xenapls, Hutchinson, Kansas. L9VAL AND PEAAOltAI,. JDot't forget tb at to m arrow, Friday , is the last day to register - Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Totten are Tiappy over the arrival of a girl Mon day. , ; .', . . t if.vi.n..nlAfr War! major oaiwsa oa.ca.iuaniciw nsaday for Boia Uity, Idaho,' on legal business. . BiatcH Eisiuninger's family have been ill, bis wife and son having bad the rheumatism. : ' ' Jacob Ham, auold and influential citizen of Huntsville township, died Jast Sunday of heart trouole. Attendants at the M. E. church have been pleased this week to learn that Dr. Hall will be returned to his old charge in this city. The prospects for a big musical jubi lee are splendid. Newton and Wichita are preparing to send school choruses to compete with the Hutchinson cho ruses and the general interest is above par. Mr. S. M.Cooper who was proprietor of the Cooper Lumber...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 March 1897

THE GAZETTE; x. e. Brmwos co. a. a. imjmu, swroa. HUTCHINSON; KANSAS, BAfifeAH llfcAiS U MrUhtta''. There are dail.v Democratic papers Atchison, Leavenworth or Topeka. Lcwdllng, it 13 anid, will not give in his resignation as senator until after the special nesaion. John .Temple Graves of Georgia loves Ka nsaa. Every year he travels op here and deliver! his lectures, j .The Christian church at Sallrta has made a net gain of thirty-six, with several precincts to hear from. T. F. Eaton, the leading merchant of ,Lane county, whose mind has been un balanced for the last six months, is dead. The imbecile asylum at Winfleld is to have an additional cottage for which the legislature appropriated the gt.oa of 835,000. r A Hiawatha doctor has made the dis covery too late for legislative action, that sitting in revolvidg chairs causes insanity. Dan Muck, a farmer near Haven, ' Reno county, last Sunday pointed an old revolver at his wife in fun. The ballet went through her and killed her. - An...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 March 1897

BANK DEPOSITS GREATER THAN TOTAL CIRCULATION. i . ' tu r.r.hllahmrnt of novernment Bank La Knrjt County reat and City Would j Abolish this Ulffintlo Swindling Schema and Confidence Came, Interact (or 80,000 on tlO.OOO "Confidence," "confidence, "confl uence," "shut your eyes and.have CON FIDENCE," Such is the constant and vociferous quawk of the every nation bank parrot aud paroquite. Let us study out. tho wherefore. Thirty-one years ago the people bad 805.50 per head of money in circulation among them. Prices of property and labor were higher, or, in other words, money was cheap. Money sought opportunity for investment. Business wus done for tho ensh. There was a lees per cent of credit than ever known before. Codftdeuce was never thought of in business transactions. Having plenty of cash.'peoplo had no need of confl uence. ' ' Today we have about821 percaplta counting national bank bills as money and the volume so reduced sca.-cely circulates at alL Now only 3 per cent of orir bus...

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

: Farmers' Corresponde ncs M EDf UBDi Wheat is looking flue. Miss Abicial Simpson of JMeilford township, waa visHiDg friends in Rice county ls week. She returned homo Sunday reporting a nice time. Mr. Yul Sohofleld spent Sunday last with his cousin Will Brooks. ( There was a large attendance at the Dunkard oharoh last Sunday night. There was a surprise party given at the home of Mr. Lee Mead lust Tneday night but us it was so stormy bat ft few were present. . Mr, Enrion departed for Illinois last Friday, where he was called' upon the death jf his 8on-ia-l:iw. Mr. Niok. Ditchen and Miss Francis Carris were married at the home of the bride's parents March 18th, 1897, Elder Hiualiaw officiating. Those iu.alteud. anee were Fred Justus and family, John Justus and fnmily, John Brooks and family, George Brooks and family, Bert White and family, Mr. Jon Scbofleld and family, Peter Pitcben and family and Miss Simpson. Quite a number of presents were given. , SlSTBB MABT. Farmers are busv now...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

4i 1 ff(f s TT- TT AtTf TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE. PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1807. NO. 30. VOL. 7. Bargains for the Boys iaMMMM Great Values For Little Money, in Our Boys' Outfitting Department. No matter whaPttie need is we -can the boys from Htft to Shoes . . . Boys' Ribbed Shirts-und Drawers, 'tuit of soft. mco cot tnu, dulling pleat and. pearl button on hirts, drilling vaist "bniid on -ukawers, well made, perfect titling garments, blue .r ecru, 25c ea, 5ocsuit. Boys' Hosiery. To par dve, spliced heels aud ws, tioubie knees, wide and narrow fibbed for tin e bard wear ti'at sttviy Joys givtj. There is .jjothing better 2C pr, .ja aoz. (Boys' Shoes- Hvy -ml grain. mi with -hikHioii round t, perfect t fitting lust, is" only, t"l out .r two . pairof therdiiiary km1' "M ' t'lis price, s $l2.I pair ' That New Waist far Boys The snrtot i.viir. i.nat uniMn?" of. strong active ow' wicoiti ; f an ex- reilent'.'.wiiiy of co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

TOMADO IN TEXAS AUSTIN VISITED BY A TER R1FIC TWISTER. Great Dawag Don to Property and Born Lire Cxxt 8tym Cam Tram th 8oathwt and Continued Twenty Minute Blew Sixty Hllti an Hoar. Aiwrnr, Texas, March 29. This citj and the surrounding- country were vis ited yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock by a terrific- cyclone that did a great amount of damage to life and property, The wind came from the southwest and blew at about sixty miles an hour for nearly twenty minutes, tearing down trees or splitting them asunder with terrific force. Several large elec trio light towers were blown down, causing a loss of some 14,000 or 5 .1, 000, in as much as the iron frames were twisted as though they were of the very smallest wire, and will be useless. In addition to this quite a number of houses in the residence portion of the city were blown down, and in several cases narrow escapes from death are reported.' ' The roofs of a number of residences were torn off and blown a great dis tance, and In addi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

f A large nnu.,.jriuj expedition is aid to bare left the New Jersey coast on March 8 for Cuba. An 'Arkansas physician' claims to hare so much nerve that he recently performed a very painful operation upon himself. On March 1, the town of Candiamo, Crete, fell into the hands of the insur gents. An Eastern man recently claimed" exemption from paying road tax on the ground that he had no sense, and was consequently disabled. GET STRENGTH AND APPETITE. Use Dr. Harter's Iron Tonlo. Your druggist Hill rotund money II not satisfactory. It is already announced that 1807 will be a noted crop year. Provision has been made for the building of three more torpedo boats at a cost not to exceed 8300,000 for earth. The Iowa, the largest battleship in the navy, is now ready for her trial trip, whloh has already been announ ced. The bill for an international mone tary conference passed the Senate on March 2, and was sifjned by the Presi dent the following day. The Mulanphy Savings Bank at Si Louis ha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

TfoutcMnson (Basette. Intend t the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, M second class matter. ' E. 8. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. I sums or 4uBciirno!i, Si .00 pn Ys C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie 3Dru.ggi3t Prescriptions ' Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Professor Lucian Blakb of the Kansas State University, says be has discovered au electrital fluid which will make a negro's it in white. Wheu thin comes into general use, what will the republican politicians do for a colored brother to love about election time? Senator Fields informs us that we wefe in error in publishing the amount of tbe appropriation for the Industrial Reformatory at this place as $110,000. If we remember correctly, the amount toe says was $127,000, which is by far the lanrest appropriation ever made for it. Mr. Field worked hard for this appropriation and we desire to give him credit for it. In making tbe statement that it was 1110,000, we took the statement that appetred in tbe State Journal, as it was tbe only one...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

XJU.J. W. MAGCIBB. ' . SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. -Slasse Sclentlfli-lly Adjusted. Offlcse In Ka sonic Temple, Uuttihlnsou, KralM. LOCAL AMU PEHMIir a. wnmnri hnvn rnuintered 3,573 men nw g city election la 'to vote Id tbe comv itUtclliU800. 8am Graybill will maka grid faC :for the school board in tbe fourth Ward and why should be not? We would like to ask why the News Tefused to print Judge Anderson's ac ceptance as candidate for police judge when pay was offered,- y : i ' ; Mrs. Chas. LougbUm of Enterprise township is taking medical treatment in Arlington. Mr. Laughton who was in town Monday says there can be no borne w ithout u woman . Mr. W J. Blrflne.one of our leading city populists, who has been working at the salt works for several years, is moving to MoPherson county ou a tarm. Hope be will succeed. John Stratum would wake a good marshal, having had experience on the police force in Kansas City. Mr Hawley would probably do as well only we are not ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

) THE GAZETTE. X. . NETTLITON A CO. . . UlTTLnOJI, BilROB. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS The girl that can't Blng and will sing jught to be choked off. ' - That wealthy Baltimore widow was veritable wheel of fortune to her bi cycle teacher, who married her. War In Europe seems one of the un expected things that are golngto hap pen In spite of business and diplomacy. When a snlcide leaves the message, "I die hungry," he has not died in vain. He leaves other people food for reflection. New York and Pennsylvania newspa pers are still profoundly shocked over the fact that an Idaho Populist legis lator was bribed. In at address to the paper manufac turers Oom Charles Dana told them they should make a better paper. Ioob at home, Oom Charles. Hereafter no foreigner can legally perform ft marriage ceremony In Mis souri. We don't imagine this will in terfere with anybody's business very seriously. It Col. Bob Ingereoll doesn't believe there 1b ftny such place let him try to live three months in Colorad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

MAXIMUM HATE BILL. ABLY DEFENDED BY HON. W. F. BROWN OF PRATT COUNTY. roll Tazt of h Bpeeeh Had In the House la yidvo attna the laiaie by the LecUlntur- of a Kallroad Mill Containing- a Schedule of Kate. Speech of Uoa. W. P. Brown of Pratt county, in the house of representatives against the adoption of the Harris Kallroad Bill, as a substitute for the maximum freight rate bill that was drafted by the house committee on railroads, of which he (Mr. Brown) was chairman. Mr. chairman and gentlemen of this house: We have come to a point, we have come to a time when we are to con sider the most vital question, the most important question that can or will come before this legislature. I appreciate the fact, Mr. Chairman, that it is treeless for me to appeal for anything from the men sitting on the opposite side of thlfc chamber. . I realize and recognize the fact that they are sitting thcro tho servile servants of corporations. I realize and recognize the fact, Mr. Chairman, that for thirt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 April 1897

THE VITAL MAGNETIC Residence and Office No. 22 First Avenue, East. Hutchinson, Kansas. Hod Wh TU.ae Bay Be'" Cur" w"h"" "- Were Ji.aiderel by Their Fri.d. I.earbl--Hsu Btu ffri for IT Hapr nil Hill. Mrs. JoLu S.-Uiblt-r, well known in Hutcbiuson, now of Sego, Kansas, sitys of Dr. Cropse)"8 nmenrtie treatment: For more tUitu seven years I have been itu invalid, with wek lungs, and J liau!w rutin iu 111V client am 9IU' ilfl.I . ' r e feniHle weakness, p Sin m my leet auu leinait ,i . , limbs with tiunveroiis swelling coititi innus wi u uaU); ,.,:,. get no help; was s-nt to the healer, Dr. Cropsey who gave m fe treatment.. I was improving and get-; ting strouger iu three treatments;"!!) one week could breathe better than for years; ain now get'iug well; limbs and feet do not swell or pain me at all; can walk farther than in years. Without medicine I have my strength, it seems strange to me." Farmers' Corresponded. 1M ED FOR II. There was a mask party given at Mr. Chas. Wheeler's last F...

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