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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

8t&M kuusriflsl tuw.j TT TT " THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. , HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JANUARY 17, 1895 " .m 20 BELL SALE - AT You know that no matter how low goods may be priced to you elsewhere, you can always buy them cheaper here. Note the few prices we quote below. They will con vince you, or if you are in doubt follow the crowd Every Tenth Sale Given Away Absolutely Free. AT 45c Y'D. 50 inch All Wool Storm Serge, in Black and Navy, worth 85c, Bell gale price 49c yard- it may be the 10th Bale. AT 50c Y'D. 5F-inch All Wool Ladies' Cloth in Black and all Colors, worth 75c yard, Bell Sale Price 50c yard. It may be the 10 th Sale. AT 25c Y'D. 3G-inchFine Double Warp Cash mere, in Black and all Colors', worth 75c. yard, Boll Sale Price 50c. yard. It may bo the 10 th Sale. AT 5c Each. 100 doz. honey-comb Marsalltes and Linen Towels, 3Gxl8 inches, worth 7 l-2c, Bell Sale price 50c dois. It may be the 10th Sale. AT ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

TKE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE SaiBtta Printing and Pub. Co. . Wanen Foster, Editor. H. 8. Foster, Bui. Mgr. Ilutolilnson, KaxiB The reputation of Daniel Websta teems just now to be suffering for pant stretcher that will ?ork in mar ble. The itching for tribute among the New York police 'was so strong that we suppose they would hare taken the Itch if some ona had brought it along The appointment of Count' Schova loft to be governor of the city of War- saw is significant, coming as it does in the very height of the heavy Bide walk season. . James Whitcomb Riley has had a brand of cigars "nwned aftor him. And yet in spite of this people will persist in saying that goniua is not fittingly rewarded. " The Kentucky state penitentiary jirlded a revenue to the state amount ing to $07,886.66 during last year over and above all expenses. An institu tion that makes such a showing as that during the business depression of 1891 must have been axoollentiy man aged. There is an agitation In Milwaukee In ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

tMiH SOLID TJIrlOUSJ. TRJI1J.S THOU miil CIH and ST. J0SEP1 TO . ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEORIA, ST. PAUL AMD MIMNEAPOUg, warning Csm, Vi-sllbuled Drawing lplB Cart, Reclining Chair Cars (8U frsej ONLY ONE CH NQE OF CABS TO Thn A.tlantio OcsaBt THE BEST LINE FOI NEW YK, BOSTON, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Niagara Falu, PirrsiUiiO), AND EASTERN POIHTO. ' Vorfnlllnrnnnatloii, Addnu H. C. OKIt, Om'I Ass't raaaoager Agt., Kaneae City, Ms THE Chicago anil Alton Railroad Only Btoiw Ballasted Track. THE LITTLE HEROINS. m flames tn eyctonjs rolled on high And swept alonjs tidal wave. With bltndlM amoke dark grew the any And everywhere was heard the ory, ( "Oh, God, Is there no power w 9esp horror seised the multitude Aadou they ruhei they knew Hot where. The flame advanoln thro' the wood And curlla like aeeraeat-brood Hlsssd death tnro ait ma u IHe atronien fell-ah, human power However treat, at u . i. i.qo i law the (ra lie flower Bo did thoje fixes In one short hour...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

Ibutcblneon feetfe. Butered t the posloffloe in Hutchinson, Santas, as Moond data matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Turks of ScBscairnojr, $1.00 pshTeab C. E. SIDLINGER, Prescriptions a Specialty. A ortb Main street Hutchinson SALIJTATOHY. With this Issue we assume control of the entire management of the Ga zette. We will aim to follow the lines laid down by its former editor, politically, and will try to maintain the standing it has with the public as the- most reliable publication in the county. To our advertisers, we wish to say that our subscription books are always open for Inspection. To our readers, we will guarantee to advertise nothing that we know to be fraudulent Respectfully soliciting the patronage of all the citizens of Reno county, we are Very truly, Horace 8. Fosteb, Leb A, Htjtton. Its County Commissioner McElwain, bow. TnERi'. Isa vacancy in the county attorney's office. The News has'nt made a favorable mentiou of a single legislatorlsince the republican cau...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. n3 Your dollars will -do the ser vice of two, herethese January days. Silk and Wool Dress Goods, 35c yd. Striped and Plaid Dress Goods Sic. 48-lnch All Wool Serges, 47ic yd. 46-inch All Wool Cashmeres, 35c yd. 28-inch-Unbleached Muslin 8fc yd. i SO-inch Turkey Bed Table Damask, 12cyd. American Gingham Sniffings, 4o yd. Outing Flannels, 5c yd. Extra Heavy Shirtings, Sic yd. 31-lfl.ch French Zephyr Ginghams, 15cyd. Turkey Red Figured Dommet Flan nels 8ic yd. Ladies' Crtain Maco Vests, 21c. Misses' and Boys' Knickerbocker Hose, 10c pair. Misses' and Boys' All Wool Scarlet Underwear, sizes 24 to 34, choice 85c garment. Misses' and Boys' Ileavy Woolen Bi cycle Hose, 20c pair. Children's Black Cotton Hose, all sizes, 5c pair. Children's Wool Hose, 4 and 5, 7c pair. Men's Linen Collars, 10c each. Children's grey Vests and Pants, 7c and up. Men's Striped Eandom Underwear, 25c garment Men's Teck and Four-in-Hand Ties, tit each. Men's Ileavy Grey Wool Socks, 15c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

MORRILL is -iuonui KANSAS' NEW GOVERNOR AT THE HELM OF STATE. EIG i CROWD IN ATTEKDAHCE. The ropnllsti Step Down and Out and the Republicans Once More Assume the Helens of Government In augorxl Address o( the New - Exenative I he Inaugural Exercises. Topbka, Kan., Jan. 15. Shortly afternoon to-day, In the presence of a host of people from all parts of the state, who crowded Representative hall, which was gaily decorated, Major E. N. Morrill was sworn in as governor of the state of Kansas and the Populist administration ended. The only disappointing1 feature of the 'inauguration ceremonies was the ab sence of ex-Senator John J. Ingalls, who was detained in Illinois to fill a lecture engagement. During the early hours of the morn ing a light sleet fell and the pave ments were coated with the icy sleet a half inch in depth and more slip pery than glass. About 10 o'clock. GOVERNOR B. K. MORRILL. ' however, the sun came out bright and clear and before the parade started the ice on the pa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

V- MENTAL- DYNAMITE. SCORCHED BY COLORADO'S GRAND OLD GOVERNOR. Tell Why the Gambler. Thng, Frostl- tntes and Pimps Were Opposed to FopolUt Government Populism Frond at Her Enemies. The following letter by Got. Watte of Colorado explains itself and will well repay reading: EXECUTIVE CHAMBER, DENYEB. Dec. 1, 1894. "To the First National bank, Ameri can National bank; J. C. Mitchell, People's National bank; 8. N. Wood, J. H. Poole, T. - J. Zollars, secretary Colorado Building and Loan associa tion; John J. Huddart, the Denver Consolidated Electric company; the Appel Clothing company; the May Shoe and Clothing company, the v.Hn ner Bros, and Wright company; R. Douglas Crockery company.the Hnghcs A Kejth Plumbing and Chandelier 6omj3Shy; the Flanders Cry Goods company; the Parkinson & Wallace China company; Cordes, Feldhauser & Loftus Carpet company, the Roth Im porting company; F. E. Babcock, Gar son, Eerngood & Co.; E. B. & H. N. Lee, hatters; the Henry Bohm com pany; ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 January 1895

Pled. Mrs. Bevin aged 78 years died Tues day afternoon at Uer home on south .Main street. To HI New Home. nafor' Salt Lake City. His will follow him in a few days. jly - Marrlaee License. Carl Bierks and Pauline Miller, both of Haven. Albert Ilavercroft of Kansas, Edgar Co., HI., and Uattie Browulee of West minster towDship. Improving. Robert II . Foster, brother of the. ed itor, living at Wichita, some weeks ago was compelled to quit his position on account of his health, is visiting in the city. While still very weak, he is gradually improving. raise Alarm. Monday noon some waste paper in the engine room of Martin's caught fire and the smoke was soon rushing up through the store. Not knowing from what source it came, the fire de partment was called out, but luckily the cause was discovered before any water was thrown. Sent To Jail. W.E. Moore, charged with stealing horses some months ago, hut wnose cue was thrown out of the district court and sent back to the justice court for ane...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

; sJJ : O " . THB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OP RENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY . NOON, JANUARY 24, 1895. NO. 21 STOCK TAKING IS - AT 7li MM You know what we do after invoicing. We ont the price and cut deep on goods we don't want to ctrry over. This time the cnt is on Clonks and Blankets there are a few lines Wt and w are not g-Mnjt to onrry them oyer at any price. You see by the quotations below that we fcwn busiuess. 0 BLANKEAS. AT $1.25 PAIR-Full 11-4 size Grey Wool Mixed Blankets, 6 lb weight, were $1.75, Now $1.25 pair. AT $2.50 PAIR Sanitary Grey Blanket.?, 10-4 size, weight 5 pounds ALL W( )OL, were $3.. 5, Now 2.50 pair. AT $3 PAIR --Extra Fine Lamb's Wool Scarlet Blankets, 10-4 size, full .51- pounds, were $4.50, Now $3.00 pair CLOAKS AT $2.50 EACH Ladies' Coats and Jackets that sold for $3.25, $4.00 and $5.00, Now $2.50 each. AT $5.0(? EACH Ladies' Coats, Capes, and Jackets that sold for $7 50, $8.50 and $0.00 Now $5.00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

THE HUTCHIHSOl. GAZETTE n SazoKi Printing ind Fab. Co. Wnr, Foster, Editor. H, 8. Fotr, Bn. Mgr. Ilutoliiiison. Kaxia Dublin university Is to have a foot- -balHeamadep-oi-WomonBtuaouvk AndwhvnotP Women have the hair they have the bloomers and they have the yell. The salesman ifinds It easiest to sell advertised articles, and consequently pushes them to the front and sings their nrniflAR hncause he feels that the intelligent purchaser will believe what to says. He Keeps tne unaaveniseu articles in the background becauae his unbacked and unadvertised word must stand alone for the merits of the unadvertised article. A little light has been let into the dark region- of hypnotism1 by some sane persons at the meeting of -the American psychological' association. They (declared that: no, person" Will commit murder under h'ypnotio influ ence unless he is naturally a mur derer. They should have stopped at this that no person will commit mur der under hypnotic influence. . Practically the rich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

MICHIGAN'S BENEFACTOR. AN OFT REPEATED STORY Or TRUE PHILANTHROPY. tPliat Charles II. Hackley Ilu Don . for Weatern Miclilgai fFrom Grand Rapids (Mich.) Eyentof Press. . ill .l ... i -11 1 , . f ! l la THO mosi neauuim spoi in u una vm,y Inseparably associated with the name pi Hackloy. Chas. H. Hackloy has been in the lumber business here continuously since 18M and in that time has amassed a fortune which gives him a rating among the wealthy nf tua nntinn Rut wl'h wealth there ld not come that tightening of the purse strings which is gonerally a marked charao teristioof wealthy men. ' - It is no wonder then that tho name of Charles H. Hackloy is known at home and abroad. His munifloence to Muskegon alone ropresents an outlay of nearly half a million. For the past twenty years he has been a oonstant sufferer from neuralgia and rheu matism, also numbness of the lower limbs, so much so that it has seriously interfered with his pleasure in life. For some time past his friends have notic...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

l)utcblnson (Basette. Intered t the poetoQlco In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. NUTTON. Tum or Subscription, $1.00 per Yeas C. E. SIDLINGER, The Dr u.ggist Prescriptions a Specialty. Aortb Main street Hutchinson Who is Lucien Baker;? What bas become of the paramount Issue? Wheat went 'off" one-half-cent while Morrill was being inaugurated. A South Dakota "redeemer", elected as state treasurer, has absent ed with $100,000 of the state funds. The Burrton Graphic and the Jet more Sittings are two of our exchanges that announce their flight up the gol den stairs. J. Sterling Mouton fears the evil that would result should a farmer have to take silver for his land that had been paid for in cold. If Hutchinson derived no more from its visitors than Uncle Zano spends in ten days sojourn in the city very few of the citizeus would ever have a dollar in their pocket. Ik prosperity doesn't resume by March 4th, when Chester I. Lonc's salary begins, the peopl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

fc phkooops co. HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO 121 You can never plan the fu ture by the past. Steam whistles or foghorns pl?y no part in this store's busi ness methods, and if we are not awfully mistaken in the interest and enthusiasm evidenced amongsiuic snoppcrs acre last. week, there will be a liberal re sponse and turn out this week, as their opinions and praises of the Leader's January offerings reach the ears of their friends and acquaintances. mm IN ali. Children's Grey Mereno Vests aud Pants, size 10 7jc garment, rise 3 and 4c each size. Children's Camels Hair Vests and Pants, size 15 lOo garment, rises S and 4o each size. Children's Boy's sad Misses' nil wool scarlet, medicated Vests, Drawers, ami Pants, sizes 24 to 31, choice to clear up 35c garment. Children's Boys' and Misses' Fine Camel's Hair Vests Drawers and Pants, sizes 10 to 34. 29o to f 1.00 gar ment. A complete line of Infants' Zephyr and Fine Swiss Ribbed Vests and Saxony Bands 25c to 75c garment. Ladies Fine Ca...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

SOLID TJ1R.OUSJI mm CUT and ST. JOSEFi TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEORIA, ST. PAUL AMD MINNEAPOLIS, Irish Dlninc Cars. Vestlbulsd Drawlaf llwplnj Can, Uecllnlng Chair Cars (Seats fro! ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAES TO mo Atlantic 0aat THE BEST LINE FOI New York. Boston, altimore, Washington, philadelphia, clnoinnati, Niagara Falls, Pittssur, AND EASTERN POINTS. Vor toll Information, Address H.C.ORR, Ota'l Ass'l Pasngr Agt., Kansas Ctfy. Ms THE Chicago and Alton Bai Only Stone Ballasted Track. HO CHANGE OF CARS BXTWEEN Kansas City and Chicago. Kansas City and St. Louis. St Louis and Chicago. No Extra Charge for raasage In (Palace Reclining Chair Cars. HO IK FAST VEST1BULED LIMITED TRAINS, Ask your own horn. Ticket Aeent foi tiokets via the Chicago and Alton Hullroad or write to D. BOWE8, Qen'l. Western Pass. Agent, 216 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. JAMES CHARLTON, General Passsngei and Ticket Agent. e CHICAGO, ILL. HEY TRAIN THE "KNICKERBOCKER SPECIAL" DAILY BETWEEN (St. Louis, Cincinnati, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

Mr.,Tnruer fclch la the lloau. Washington, Jan. 2 1. Represen tative Turner of Georgia was over come by an attack of illness at the capitol to-day and was taken to tha ways and means committee' room. At first it was thought that the attack mifrht be appoplexy, but afterward it seemed to be something' of a much milder nature. Trgtry-pr-ttfBBnrdena. '. j Wu.kesbaube, .?.' Jan. 2 1.-George H. Lohman, proprietor of the leading restaurant in this place, was found dead in a pond early this morning. He was a man of apparently happy disposition and carried a life insur-, ance of 9100,000. There is no tion that he committed suicide. qucs- I Can Work for the Sooth. ' Middlebbobo, Ky., Jan. 21.- Twen ty thousand dollars worth of new machinery has arrived from Boston, for the South Boston iron works. This plant will soon start up. It is the only gun and ordnance plant in . the South and employs 500 skilled workmen. , .. ' K llhi "... 'est Expects No Legislation. Excelsiok Springs, Ma, Jan. 21. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 January 1895

A Joe Pramollaa Will Egan, the accommodating teller at the First National bank was, at the recent election of officers was made assistant cashier. -Bor. Mr. and Mrs. B. Elslnminger of Salt Creek, are happy over the birth of a cirl. She is the ninth child all the test are boys. Bound Over. The case of Mrs. Uarpole against C. H. Menke was held before Justice Havden on last Monday. The case was ordered to the district court. Am Errr. Owing to an error ol the type In set ting E. 0. Clark's land ad, it was made to say "at good price," when it should have been at "gov't price.1 An Operation Performed. Mr. J. Q. Robinson, of Lincoln township had bis lower lip taken off on last Friday to kill the growth of a , cancer. Hearing Postponed. The hearing of the petition lor a new trial of C. W. Oliver, convicted of tearing an the Santa Fe track last summer, has been postponed to Jan 1st. Oar Band. Holaday's Millitary band will fur nish tbe music for the fifth annual ball to be given by company D ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 January 1895

maniM THS OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JAKUAItT 31, 1895. VOL. 5. NO. L'2 Special Cold Weather Footwear ; AT. $1.00 PAI R. -. 4 ?.':.:, .'v';1. " Ladies' and Men's Storm Alaskas, fine macintosh top. black wool lined, regular $ i .50 quality. , AT 75c PAIR. Ladies' Buckle Arctics, scarlet wool lined, the regular Si. 25 values, j AT $1.00 PAIR. Men's B ackle Arctics, scar let wool lined, macintosh tops $1.50 values. AT 75c PAIR. Misses Buckle Arties, mac kintosh tops, scarlet wool lined, the $1.00 quality. 'THIS IS AN" OPPORTUNITY One Price Cash House, KING'S Great Furniture Sale Now On. tfl .000 worth of One nnd medium snade Furniture, to be sold by the 24 of December. Now is the time to furnish up your house. I need moo ey and will sell you Roods nt about yo ir own price for cash. Cull and Io k through my rooms and you will see th e finest selection of fornlture evtT shown in Hutchinson, and prices tb...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 January 1895

SOLID TJIR.OUSJ1 TRJUJ.S TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEOHIA, ST. PAUL MB MINNEAPOLIS, aruh ntnlna- Cars. Veatlbnled Drawing MM lleeptag Oars, Recllnlug Chair Care (Bote free? ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAES TO IH Atlantic Coast. THE BEST LINE FOI New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Niagara Fall.,, PittmursJ, and iasterh point!. Ifor tall taformstlon. Address B. C ORR, Oea'l Au't Fsssenger Agt., Kansas City, JU THE Chicago ad Alton Railrcad Only Stone Ballasted Track. XO CHAKGE OF CARS BITWIEN Kansas City and Chicago. Kansas City and St. Louis. St Louis and Chicago, No Extra Charge for Taaiage In 'Palace Eeclining Chair Cars, HOB IN FAST VESTiBULED LIMITED TRAIUS, Ask your own home Tloket Agent fbi ttoketa via the Chicago add Alton Kallrotd or write to D. BOWES. Oen'l. Western Pass. Agent, 216 M. Broadway, 8t. Lonls, Mo. JAMES CHARLTON, General Passenger and Ticket Agent CHICAGO, ILL. NEW TRAIN THE "KNICKERBOCKER SPECIAL DAILY BETWEEN (St. Louis, Cincinnati, H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 January 1895

V 'j - 1 i , KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and' tends to personal enjoyment -. when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life raoreKwlth less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced; M the remedy, Syrup of Figs. , Its excellence is due to ill. presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lai: tive ; effectually cleansing the system, impelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c af f 1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by Che Califor...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 January 1895

1 T&utcbinson (Jajctte. JSawnsJ it the pootoffice In HatchlBeon, Kansas, . mound close matter. HOHACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTOH. 1TJH1I? Or "CBKCKIITION, C. E. SIDUNGER, Tlie Druggist Prescript ions a Specially. Horth Main street . Hutchinson spirit republican and tbe eorry demo cruw. i ani jours u my, JtiS N. 15ARBEE. Columbia, Mo.. Ji-n. 21 1895. ' Tbe above appeared in tbe News one tlay last week. Webejjto inform our readers that tliis Is. the same Bar bee that the News wa booming fir tbe postmastersbip shortly after the election of 1892. And also the sams Lcciax Bakek, a resubmission re publican, succeeds John Martin, a pro hibition democrat. We are informed that Dix and Meredith stayed by the Union Tactile Candidate to tbe lust. Will some one please intorm Char ley Brown, the letter writer that tbe joints are still running. Knutk Nelsos, Governor of Minnesota, a free trader, has been elected to the U. 8. senate. Wheat went down five cents, and corn three cents last week. Con...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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