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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 May 1897

r JQB. J. W. MAGUIRE, . SPECIALIST, k A Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Office in V sonlo lemple, Huu:blnou, Kansas. LOCAL A PESAOSAL. The U. A. R. will observe Decora tion Day on Saturday, since the 80lb comes on Sunday. father D. J. Cole remains in about t:e same condition as at last report. There is, however, no Improvement. An adjourned session of district court has oeen held this week, attend tag to several minor cases, confirming ealeB, eta ., Judge Stewart married Wm. C. French of Mt. Hope, and Miss Icy M. Bishop of Haven township, Friday, flaacesa to the young couple. ; At the Uolversallst church, corner Second and Poplar streets, morning subject wiU be "Heroism;" evening, 4,A Common Sense View of Sin." All invited. James Hoover, who was tried before Justice Campbell on Friday on the charge of intimidating a witness in a whiskey case at Nlckerson, was ac quitted and the costs in the case were taxed up to one of the prosecuting witnesse...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 May 1897

STATESMEN IN A RIOT. WILD SCENES IN THE SPAN ISH CORTEZ. Senator Comu Eaia Boxed Dake of Tetaan Resigns aa a Result ef tha Row Waa Assaulted by Comal' Hon and a Guirtl ScaOt luHl Mabbid, May 2S. The Duke o( Te tuan, minister of foreign affairs, has resigned, as a result of an incident in the Senate to-day, when he boxed the ears of Senator Comas. Senor Canovas, the premier, will take the portfolio ad interim. The Liberals of the Senate . have decided to attend no more ses " aions of the Senate; until full satisfac ' tion has been accorded to Senator Co mas and the Liberal party by the Duke of Tetuan. The exciting incident which culmi- nated in a free fight was provoked by . the statement of the Duke of Tetuan . that Senor Sagasta's speech the other day to the Liberals had contributed to bring about the vote in the American Senate. . General Luis Pando said: "The .thing now happening is due to the cowardice and feebleness of the gov , ernmeat. " Senator Comas said: "You will dis cuss...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 May 1897

A country merchant visited the eity a few days ago and purchased from a $1 store a table castor, which he took home, and after putting a tag on it marked $14, pa ve it to a preacher whose church his family attended. The next day the preacher returned the castor to the groceryraan and told him that he was too poor to display such a val uable ornament on his table and prer ferred, if agreeable to him, he would take the $14 in groceries out of his store. The merchant could do nothing but acquiesce. The merchant cannot head off a preacher. Omaha's new mayor has been seated by the courts. Katlon Educational Annotation Meeting-, Milwaukee, Wis., July 6th to ttth. 1807. Teachers and their friends in making their arrangements for this meeting should bear in mind the advantages offered by the Wabash Kaurcaa in me way of low rates, fast trains, magnifi cent equipment of Cafe and Library Cars, Buffet Parlor Cars. Free Reclin ing' Chair Cars and Buffet Compart ment Sleeping Cars between Kansas ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 May 1897

PRICE AND QUALITY IS WIJAT TALKS ' BEAR VIEW. WE have just received two car-loads of new style Vehicles, and can show you the finest as sortment in the State; we have some Stunners at Stunning Low Prices. 35 styles now on our floors. ' Here is something especially fine in 3-4 liuggy, light, neat and up lu uau.' ; U'le young man's rig. Look over our stock of r Road f agons 15 styles. Guaranteed "Work. Prices from $28 UP. This is our Celebrated Cracker Jack, a great seller. .Flashlight in the same make. See our H .',1 :i iv . ' y SEE OUR BUGGIES AT $50 Leather Quarter Top. Full Leather at $55.00. New Stock and Elegantly Finished. Made and fully warranted by the best manutacturers in the United States. Don't be silly and buy a Buggy that the dealer cannot tell by whom or where it was made. The above is the latest thing in the Vehicle line ; has a regular phaeton seat, but is much lighter. Nothing like it in the city. This ve hicle fills a long felt want, something between a phaeton and...

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

V '4. "Mil TT TT- THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCK OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. " HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUK8DAV, JUNK 3, li97. NoToT - : r; ! ' 1 ft 3 r 1 A. 4 .' V-'v 1 reat June Sale ! .SOW ON a sale wiiere profit making is not considered a grand or portanity for thoso who have bjou late ia making their spring purcliuses. A few items gathf jl here sad there from the various departments, showing you tbe great saving yon caa make by attending tins sale : 20 pieces Broeadines, pretty col "ors and mixtures. rtjrMed fiom "JOc to . l&cyd. A beautiful line vj,f the 'at nov elty checks and Mixtures reduced from35oto 25cyd. 15c Selisias reduced far June sale to 1 OC yd Short lengths 12c IWeta in terlining 7icyd. Lada' 25c3aetal beftls reduced to 1 5c ea. La&ea' Swiss, embroidered lace edge fcandkjrreuiefs 1 Oc ea. LitSies' .pure white-wing sleeve ; under vesteifor hot roather 5C ea" TTJ-inch xtra hc ivy. all lineu J creum Datiask, regular price 65e ! 3-t; -J...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 June 1897

ANTI-DYNASTIC PLOT. PREMIER RALLI SAID TO BE IMPLICATED. King George Appeals to the Crar of Ruisla tor Aid Some Greek Still Hops for a General War General Miles Visits Coustantlne. London, May 31. The Berlin corre spondent of the Daily Mail says today: "From a Russian source comes news of a conspiracy against King George of Greece far more deeply rooted than was supposed. There is indubitable evidence that Premier Ralli and his colleagues in the cabinet are gravely implicated in a plot to overthrow the dynasty." Athens, May 31. King George paid a visit to M. Onou, the Russian minis ter, Saturday, and after a two hours' Interview sent a long telegram to Em peror Nicholas, urging him to inter vene on behalf of Greece. Turkey's continued arming and re ported Russian preparations, with other rumors of a bellicose character, raise the hope that Greece may get benefit from a general European war. But the majority of the nations, sobered by a sad experience, are only desirous that Europ sh...

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

DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Bow Soceeiefol Farmer Operate Thli Department of the farm A Few Hint as to the Care of Lite Stock and Poultry. Package for the Foreign Market. N eastern mer chant who ships a great deal of but ter to the London market described at the recent. Iowa dairy'' convention the kind of pack ages that give the best satisfaction to foreign dealers and buyers, and urged of proper atten- the importance tlon to this matter, says Dairy World. In the men catering first place,, dalry to foreign sup ply need one ounce of salt to one pound of butter, with parchment paper on top Instead of a cloth. Then, too, the tubs should be well soaked and a coat of salt rubbed on the inside before pack ing the butter. This will prevent the butter from moulding. This Is a very Important part of the work of prepar ing butter for market. There have been several thousand boxes of butter shipped from our market, which have been received there with great fa...

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

Ifoutcb.nson Sa3ette. i tered t the poftofflee In Hoiohlnton, Kanea. . M eeoond olaae matter. E.G. METTLETON CO. Proprietor. I (MM Of 4O0CKIPT10H. 1.00 FHTii EMS C. . SIDLINGER, Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson out if it can, whether anymore evi dence can be drawn out voluntarily, and get it. But it Ib not time'jet for such a howl to be made. Several yearn alio a seientillu paper in the Arena arjiue d that the race question in the course of time would settle itself in America tbat while the negroes are a prollHo people they are shortlived, and the death rale is not only much greater than among wuites. but tbat it is increasing, flow comes la conference of colored scholars in Atlanta, who after investigation with tlie co-operation of the bureau of labor of the United 8tates, arrive at the same conclusion. It seems to be an established fact and it looks as though the negro might from the very force of natural law, follow the Indiau into extinction. John Wanamakk...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 June 1897

JJK. J. W. MAWC1KK, SPECIALIST, oj Diseases of Eye, Eur, Nose anJ Top .at. Glasses clenilnYaliir Adjusted. Office In Mo snio lemule, Hncctilnaon, Kama. LOCAL AMU PEK0J 4.L. tfbe brlJgd across the river south of the city is to relieve it new coat of paint - The guarantors of the jubilee have been holding meetings and discussing plans for next ear's jubilee. N. L. Halbell, recently astUtant uperiutendant of the reformatory has been appointed receiver of the. Star salt company. Father D.J. Coe is still verv low. His condition dues not seem to lm prove nor change very much for the -worse though r-e h'l a hard conges tive chill a few niebts a-o. The depositors of the old St. John Bank held a little meeting the other lav to see whan could be done with that banking Brm. They are very much displeased with being unloaded on an insolvent bank, while the St. John Bads: made money in the trans action. A grain buyer in a small neighbor-! ing town p it out his sign "Oats wanted . within." The oth...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 June 1897

THE GAZETTE. . NETTtltTON A CO. a. . Km Lire, sunoa. HUTCHINSON,. - KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. In Sedgwick county the corn is look ing well. Home-grown atrawberriea are very plentiful. A. J. Hoisington is getting up his tory of Barton county. ' There is a girl in Newton who can tew as well as her mother. Bnt the i married and her mother's eye sight is poor. So far this spring Kansas has not lad a single cyclone. There is danger ihat Kansas will become so good she will fail to be interesting. '"What are your berries worth,". Is now a favorite quotation all over Kan sas. Taking one without buying is a favorite passion. Even if Kansas should rid herself of prohibition, she would pine away for lomethiocr else to wrangle about Kansas is merely scrappy. Word came from the White House the other day that so far as depart mental places are concerned, the pie' sounter is henceforth closed to Kansas. Jehovah is triumphant in western Kansas. Heaven lias shed so much rain there this year t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 June 1897

WILL BUSINESS BEVIVE? WILL DINGLEY'S PROPOSED REM EDY REVIVE IT? Marlon Butler Wrliet An Able AnMvcr to the Quentlon, Will the Dingier Bill Kevive Huglne? and Hmrhesllie oil. elusion That it Will Nut ami laa Not. The Donohoe Magazine, published at Boston, is publishing a symposium of articles from Senators and Congress men, in answer to the question: Will the Dingley bill restore prosperity? Among the articles published in the May number in answer to this question is one by Senator Butler. It is as fol lows: "I am asked to give my views in re sponse to the question: 'Will the Ding ley Bill Revive Business?' If the Dingley bill will Increase the capacity of the American people to purchase, even to the extent of supply ing their necessities, then it will re viye business. If it fails to do this, then it cannot revive business. The Dingley bill cannot open the mills and keep them open unless there is a mark et for what the mills produce. If there were such a market, that is, if those w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 June 1897

t,- .JF armers' Correspondence WE8TJIIJISTEB. Farmers nte working early vol lute : battling with the weeds aui grass among the euro. Young gr89 hoppers are hching out ty the thousands. Some complaint of chiuch bug in the wheat, but thank fmtwie we ar uot afflicted like a certain wwn..hip with the "tu keredout bug" (bis spriug. Like Alexander the Grent, we are sigh ing for other worlds to conquer. Guess we'll try Tuikty.uext Tlmuksgiving.) Your tvirrpnudent Hud others include inf R-V. SaiU-y find G. II. Freeman and witv received a cordial invitation some divs mt t tke dinuer with Mr. aud Trlr E. ?iiltf-mHD. Of conrstj we ac cepted anil weut, and us we had beeu giv-u a weeks notice our appetite was in j . II I...1 good ivpalr tor at we nan neiore aniuiiicu a-mieuf 'Mrs BridgHiuan cookiug, w 'felt sure of a good dinner. Well sufflce it to eey the dinner was good euough for a king and we would not have traded places for the soace of an hour with Preatttent McKinley. When our appe tites ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 10, 1897. VOL. 7. NO. 40. MR. FARMER : We make mention here of few farm neceesities in the way of clothing that will not soil from dirt or dust and for the money in-ffm S well paid by making V come to Hutchi Men's 9-ounce blue denim Overalls, tw front an( one hip- pocket, rivited buttons - - - 49C pi". Men's Extra heavy blue denim Overalls. Double Front, well made, rivited buttons, - 69C pf. Men's Blue Denim Overalls, made in pant style, body lined, corner pockets rivited and rivited buttons 75 C pi. Men's Jumpers, made of good weight shirting, checked blue and white ..... 25c 6cL We will sell you a good Work Shirt well made, excellent wear 35c ea Men's extra weight Jumpers, mad0 o strong denim, in blue or drab, genuine wear resisters - - - 50c QSL, Boys' blue denim Bib Overalls. aU Bes, - 35c pr. 11 dozen boys' Knee Pants, good summer weight, in dark colors J 9c pr. Men...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

F1UNCIS JOSEPH ILL. THE AUSTRIAN EMPEROR SERIOUSLY ILL. Itrtoken With an Apoplectlo Attack la BU Palace Secant Blots la the Legislature Cpiett the Monarch All Europe Concerned Over the New. Vienna, June 7. The Emperor Francis Joseph has had anothor seiz ure, apparently of an apoplectlo na ture, and St. Petersburg and Berlin liavo been on tender-hooks awaiting the result of his ailment. It was caused through nervousness brought pn by the recent riots in the national Legislature. For weeks, almost ever since his visit in St. Petersburg, the emperor has been suffering acutely. Long epileptic, his constitution has yielded more rap idly of late to the inroads of age and of anxiety. Six months have gone since he first fell unconscious to the floor of hit aleeping room at the Hofburg. Then a long period of unconsciousness was followed by a mild spasm, which gave way to extreme lassitude and nerv oufness, lasting nearly a week. The news of this was like a bomb to Kerlin and St, Petersburg, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

r4 7 If s baby is good at all other times It is bound to howl when its mother and father invite their unmarried friends to envy them. The bigger the woman and the smaller the husbund, the more she leans confidingly against the poor lit tle thing- when thoy walk up the street. ' Now that Queen Victoria has decided to employ half a dozen pretty type writers to assist i.er in her jubilee cor respondence, the Prince of Wales mcy contract the habit of calling upon his mother with greater frequency. . It Is stated that there are own ap proximately 10,000 creameries and cheese factories in operation in the United btates. A bill was introduced in the Illinois legislature regulating the manufacture end salo of re-marked or mixed butter. Push the fattening hogs so that they can be marketed some time this month. July and August are not good months to fatten in. In the garden it is important to keep the ground well occupied. As soon as one crop is matured, clean oft the ground and plant another...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

Tbutcb'n0on 5a3ette. Satered t the postofflo In Hutchinson, Euuu, M second olui matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. fsBUS OF jUMOlFTIO!t, il.00 Pi YlA EES C. E. SIDLINGER, TlioDru-ggiBt Pescrlptiona a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Last week the New York Journal came out with neatly a full pace in terview with Jerry Simpson on the little storm he has been raisins about Czar Heed's head. It contained four half tones of the sockless Kansan taken atsnau shots in characteristic attitudes Jerry Simpson is advertising Kansas as well as ever John J. lngalls did. The pops succeeded last fall in elect ing the governor ana a majority id hnrh hranrhcR nf Hih Kansas leeisla- turn und vp. thftv failed to enact into law a single one of the pledges of their State platform. ft.inaman courier. A sample lie. Instead of not re deeming one of their pledges, they substantially redeemed all but one the railroad bill. This is what hurts remiblicans much more than their failure on that It is no...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

J. W. MAGCIRB. SPECIALIST, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Office In Ma soulo Temple, ttaUililneou, Kansas. LOCAL AND PCBAOHAL. D. W. Kent, so well known here, lias been re elected as Secretary of the Odd Fellows of Kansas. A large number of Hutchinson la dles paid a visit to the Reformatory to take flowers to the inmates and cheer them up 011 Wednesday. We understand that Receiver Kinel has rented rooms for t4 per month, Into which he will soon move the Bank of Hutchinson's business. A bail storm Friday night, we are told, did considerable damage to com in the neighborhood of Haven. It was not heavy enough to very seri ously damage the wheat. The members of the Universallst church gave a strawberry social last Thursday evening, which was a pleas--ant affair. The refreshments were supplemented by good music. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wilden are happy over the arrival of a fine boy at their home on Sunday June 6th. They have waited five times for a bo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

THE GAZETTE. X. t. NITHITON CO. a. . m-rrurojr, aoaoK HUTCHINSON; KANSAS KANSAS 11F.1U8 OF INTEREST. The Third avenue school building at Leavenworth will be remodeled at a cost of about 18,030. The assessor' returns for Chanute city place the population at 4,153, a gain of 313 in one year. The Minister's association of Ottawa has made an appeal for aid in behalf of the starving people of India. Alfalfa harvest, a broom factory and a skimming station are bearing down upon the unsuspecting town of Cool idge. Wellington girls have organized a society known as the "Merry Maids" and wading parties are on the pro gram. A Cowley county young man who was educated at public expense at the state normal, whero the "teachers are made," is learning the barber's trade. There are more poets in Lawrence than in any other town in Kansas, but the newspapers there absolutely refuse to publish any of the product except at double advertising rates. Overbrook challenges any town of its population to show...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

THE REPUBLIC IN PERIL, GREATER THAN WHEN THE WAR BROKE OUT. General Butterwnrth Make a Senear on al Speech In Philadelphia on Decora tion Day and Portray the Future In Darkest Hueei Viei Plain Language- Philadelphia, Pa, May 31. Gen. But terworth's oration at Laurel Hill was a remarkable one. He was closely lis tened to by many thousands of people. Gen. Butterworth -was accorded a hearty welcome when ha rose to speak, and seldom has a memorial day orator commanded such close attention. "These exercises are not for the dead," he said. "They are for the liv ing. We best honor the soldier dead by an incorruptible purpose to keep the republic they gave their lives to save, it has been truly said that no battlefield of the world showed more gallant daring, more heroic devotion, than our own. All this, however, re lates to a generation ago. The dead we mourn aro off duty forever. They have kept their watch. To-day it is with the living, and not with the dead, we have to da The dead heroes...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 June 1897

FT. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 22 FIRST AVENUE EAST, HUTCHINSON. KANSAS. Dr. Cropsey's iany Wonderful Testimonials. Read What Those Say Who Have Been Cured, Without Medicine-Were Con sidered Incurable--Had Been Suffering for Years Now Happy and Well. CHRONIC CASES Dr. Cropsey, of Hutchinson, Kansas, bas treated and cured hundreds of chronic cases the past year, (many supposed by tim ers to be incurable) now happy and well. They suffered with ev ery imaginable ailment rheumatism, heart disease, catarrh of the stomach and bowels, indigestion, brain and spinal, lagrippe, kid neys, tumors, cancer, piles, consumption in its incipient stages, all blood troubles, etc. Dr. Cropsey uses no medicine, batteries, or surgical appli ances, Christian Science, hypnotism or faith cure. He is a grud uate of the School of l'sychic-Sarcology, as endowed by Dr C. U. Carson, of Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Minnie Brower, of McPherson, Kansas, wife of the Blacksmith there, and well known, writes Dr. Cropsey, a ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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