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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 April 1895

JIUTCIIISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 146. The usual custom of dealers in millinery o get big pro fits is to well known to need emphasis. TRADITION and CUSTOM Have been set aside and it is a well established Tact between our selves and those in charge that this, our Millinery Department, is to b operated on the same plan OUR MILLINERY s to be sold on the same Low Price Basis that we sell Dry Goods Odious extremes are ayoided in hat making here However, any pet idea or sug. gestion of your own is welcome and will be heeded executed to the letter. The Bplendid trade in this depart ment to date demonstrates this "low price" idea as manifestly practical as a welcome innovation to the re flectiye woman who likes to wear a handsome hat or bonnet as well as anyone, bnt who dislikes the idea of being overcharged for it no dark ness to mislead you, no dimness to confuse you, ,no duskiness, no shade, no gloom here that might cause you to make an unwise selection; Quite the Contrary This department...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 April 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBLISHING AN) PRINTING CO In A. Button, II. 8. Fofmr.ii, PreaiU nt H'J TrrM. John Bull Is evidently mightily tickled With the Af-, ana his joy seems to bo (justified by the performances of this water witch. Civilization applauds tho Vlkada. Be has been great In war. He can afford to be generous lu peace. Dr. Buchanan, the wlte murderer, has Teen sentenced to death again, but he is 'etlll serenely confidant of Uuig to a eood old age. He seems t iack a prorW respect for the decisions of the courts. A French writer states that among recent kleptomania culprits caught In Paris, were a Russian princess, French countess, an English duchess and a daughter of a reigning sovereign. The same writer says that as a rule tho more distinguished offenders are let off on the payment of a round sum for the relief of the poor, and when the shop lifter Is known to be rich the sum ex acted rises to as much as 10,000 franca. ' The steadiness of British consols and Fre...

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 April 1895

MIXED WITH SAND! SEASON'S WORST SNOW STORM BLOCKS WESTERN LINES. High Wind for two Days Drives and nark Snow and Sand With Terrific Veloclty rbo Kallroad Tracki Burled and Go's FiUed. . Kansas Clty.Mo., April 8, The rail roads have been battling with a new enemy In western Kansas and eastern Colorado since last Friday night It waa a combination . of sand and snow atorm which swept over these reglonp completely demoralizing train sched lea and causing serious inconveni ence and discomfort to travellers. The 3okaa of snow and particles of sand mingled and were driven across the prairies at a terrific speed by the gale which Mew Incessantly for two days. There was no loss of human life because the atorm was not accompanied by the aiual degree of cold, but many cattle and horses In western Kansas are re ported to have been suffocated by the vhlrllngk clouds of sand. The sand and snow filled up the railroad cuU and buried the tracks. The snow melt d and the sand settled down in a kard un...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 April 1895

, tra Brkm rani; the five-year-old eon of Willis N. Baker fell (nun a fence last Sutur jij and broke bin rljjtit arm. 4 ajterUtatf a. a Jausk, a train robber, who Ton.. United states Marshal was killed , -vu identified as some da) s ago has Mng, Wm. Blake, formerly of Ster... . Harriet. At Partridge, Wednesday, April 8, Mr. J. W. Gaston, and Miss Jennie A. Cunningham, both of this city . Be?. Frescoln of Partridge officiating. A Hew Mill. The gvlvlaueoole are rejoicing over 1 tue fad Ihey will soon have a flouring mill In that little ouy. A oontract has besn made to ntt'we a mill from Rich Centpr. 1 ; OtnurilUbiirg. .The meeting of the Prebbyterian Presbytery at Sterliim e feted s dele gates to the neneial assembly Rev. D. M. Moore of this city and Dr. Law rence of lialscen'l An rrw Tn lust week's issue wesdd the con solidated democratic pupers would be hereafter knowu as the funes ueau light. It appeared Saturday us the Hutchinson Democrat. Burglary. The depot at Pl"na was ennered ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

TT IT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND' FARMERS' ALLIANCE OK KKM "or ! HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, APRIL 18 LSU5. VOL. 5. NO. 33 iiiiiiiiiiMiiwMMinmrmiwwwiiiiminiMWgniiiiM i iiiiiTMTiYiiTTiaflrr"Tr""H" in i nnmm m r ; M i'ti A N A. J I LADIES' SHIRT X U Ks . . L-di. s'P Shirt Y uists i Piult, Hhift mi l (ire; Humes an I P Pa !),.(, IHyhihyl O liar. AT 75c O-" Vf, ;P:,7 X'A Ladies' Fine Percale- Wai4-, Black, Rnd and White S'.ripoa in various widths High Uoll Collar. . AT $1.50. Ladies' Extra Fine Lawn and Percale Shirt Wants all colors and styles. AT $200. . Ladies' Fine Scotch Gingham, Fanoy Lawn and Percale Shirt Waists the very latest styles Dressmaker made. LADIES' SILK WAISTS. ; (all Dressmaker Made) in Plain Black Surahs and Taffetas, and Fancy Striped . and Checked Toffetas. no Tn MRf) P. MARTIN & ONE PEIOE Hutchinson. - P. And what do g You think Ofthis? Now don't ask us where or how we got them but just jj come in and get a pair. I They are extra i he...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

THE HUTCHI3S0M GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBIISHIHQ AND PBINTINS CO lU A. HOTTOW. H. B. Fours . 8eoy A TreH. EJTCHiSS3ff. KANSAS Th trouble with Emperor Willlam'i methods is that they are too tonic. The "pull" as an agency In political affairs is about to be permanently abandoned. The emperor himself will admit thai old Bismarck has once more become 8 bigger man than young William. Perhaps the chancs to get a standing shot at a Chinaman was too great a temptation for that young man of Japar to resist. The Delaware legislature also has a bill for the taxation of bachelors. II would serve that state better to tax all who engage in long senatorial contests Prince Bismarck's tribute to the firs' and third German emperors dlstlnctly emphaslzed his silence as to the second And yet. In intellect and character "'Unser Fritz" was easily the greatesl of them all. In making war on window and Ml1 board tickets the theatrical managers should go further and abolish lltho graph!) and the huge and glarin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

D ANOTHER SELL. BLAND AND BRYAN ISSUE MANIFESTO. OUk ( tlM Old Party and Fat Frae Urer Flank la the Platform Blatbortfcitos Endemvorinf to Dap tba Paogile. Meson. Bland and Bryan hava re cently fltarted one ot the cheekiest political moves that has been fathered by any set of political nondescripts since the birth of the devil. It is for the democrats to stay in the old party and try to select delegates to the nest National Democratic convention that will force the adoption of a free silver plank In the platform. Then what? They had an expression on silver in their last platform which Messrs. Bland and Bryaa and nearly every other speaker in the political cam paign of 1892, said meant free silver. Mr. Bland, la a speech In the house August 11, 1893 (Congressional Rec ord, special session, page 252), said: "We voted the ticket in good faith; w expected that the platform would be carried out as was promised that we would have tariff revision, and that when we came to the money questio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

Iftutcblnson feetfe. Entered at the postofnco In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. MUTTON. TlRXg OF SimsclUPTlON, $1.00 pkiiYeak C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. .Rorth Main street Hutchinson tHE. .1'. 1 (j'i;t.!...J io ! I, I li iatlil;. Ihe money question is, how ever. The State JouTuaTFHfers to the gov ernor as "Putty" Morrill. Everybody knows his mime is mud. The decison of the supreme court declaring the income tax unconstitu tional is causing people to inquire, what rights have the people left? The Cleveland badge is being rapid Uy replaced by the Morrill badge. The Cleveland badge was designated by a patch on the seat of the trousers. The Morrill badge Is two patches. Chicago has been redeemed. A rail road engine was held up in the heart of the city last Tuesday and the eugineer and foreman were robbed of their 'watches and other valuables. Re demption comes high, but the people must have It. Chief Justice IIokton'b,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

1 z HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 146. The usual custcm of dealers in millinery o get big pro fits is to well known to neen emphasis. . JRAD1TI0N and CUSTOM Have been sot asitlo and it is a well established fact between our- selves and tlioao ja charge that this, our Millinery Department, is to b operated on the same plan OUR -Ml LINERY 8 to be sold on the same Low Price Basis that we sell Dry Goods Odious extremes are avoided in hat making here However, any pet idea or sug gestion of your own is welcome .V) and will be heeded executed to the letter. The splendid trade in this depart ment to date demonstrates this "low price" idea as manifestly practical as a welcome innovation to the re flective woman who likes to wear a handsome hat or bonnet as well as anyone, but who dislikes the idea of being overcharged for it no dark ness to mislead you, no dimness to confuse you, no duskiness, no shade, no gloom here that might caure you to make an unwise selection. Quite the Contrary This ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

MET OUT OF DOORS! OPEN AIR S ILVER MEETING HELD lMS : .IN DENVER. Slbly and Warner Address the Largest As semblage Ever Brought Together In the Clty--CIee!nd's Letter Furnishes the Text. Denver, Colo., April 16. The open air meeting this afternoon adressed by the silver champions was the largest ever assembled in Denver. Ex-Congressman Sibley was the first speaker and he plunged deeply into his subject at the very beginning. He advised the de basement of partisanship and the ele vation of patriotism. Frantic appeals have been made by the gold bugs to the bankers and business men to educate the people In regard to "sound money," but he thought there were so many peo ple who needed education in that way that the goldltes had a hopeless task and one that was dally becoming more so. The speaker told many amusing stories, illustrating the points made, but the burden of the entire speech was i that it was necessary to unite If hope was to be entertained for the ultimate redemption of silv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

V) IM . IIVIRGINIA W.JOHNSON. .OPYRIGHT 1892 BY RAND.MSNALLY CO. IN6ERNATIONAL PRESS AsS'N , iN. CHAPTER L A MALTESE GABDKX. HE ISLAND OF j Malta basked ia spring sunshine. The glow of light was intensely brill iant on rock and rampart, after weeks of rain, and , already suggested .. '. proacU of blighting Bummer heat The harbor of Valletta wore the usual aspect of European animation. The Russian Corvette Ladislashad just east anchor, having on board a young grand duke, who waa making the tour of the world in a leisurely and princely fashion. Mercantile steamers came and' went, amid puffing tugs, launches and yachts, while the native shore craft, the dhjaisos, darted about laden with fresh fruit, or transporting nimble tailors and washerwomen in search of work. Occasionally a tor pedo boat of sinister appearance glided through the throng of ship ping, and vanished in some adjacent inlet, or the gig of a man-of-war cleft a, passage with rhythmical flash" and dip of oars, toward the q...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 April 1895

Ken 4'orporn. The Midland Dnw Company and Daggett Shoe Company have incorpor ated noder charters from the secre tary of Btate. One sfXtae Best. Manager Cain informs us that Am oriU to lie presented by Calhoun Opera Coiepany next Konday is one of tire beat opera's puc on the boards. TlJ Wolf Bounty. We are reu'iested to announce that txranties for wolf scalps are no longer taid, owing to a decision of the su preme court, making the law unconsti tutional. A t'irl The editor and other members of the family desire to thank, personally, the News, Clipper and Democrat for the kindly notices of the death and burial of their brother Robert. Merlon Ituuuwny. Last Friday evening Mrs. Tout aud her neice Miss Wall, living on east-D street were thrown out of their buggy While out driving. They were both seriously hurt and are dangerously ill at this writing. The BiiiiiI CoiiciTt. 'Iloladay's military band gave thir i second street concert of the season ast Hat urdiiy evening. It is nwkis tosny t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

4 IT -If MW THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, APRIL 25. 1895. NO. 34 VOL. 5. LADIES' Iff WHSTS AT - AT 50c. Ladies'Percale Shirt "Waists in Pink, Blue and Grey Stripe and Polka Dots, High Roll Collar. AT 75c. Ladies' Fine Per cale Waists, Black, Bed and W bite Stripes in various widths High Roll Collur. AT $1.50. Ladies' Extra Fine Lawn and Percale Shirt "Waists-all colors and styles. AT $ 200. ' ; Ladies' Fine Scotch Gingham, FuncyLawn and Percale Shirt Waists the very latest styles Dressmaker made. LADIES' SILK WAISTS. (all Dressmaker Made) in Plain Blao : -urahs and Tiitoua, and Fancy Striped and Checked Toffetas. , $5.00 TO $7.50. MARTIN ONE PRICE CASH HOUSE, Hutchinson, - - - a S And what do k Of this? Now don't ask us where or how we & got them but just j come in and get a jjj pair. ' g They are extra I heavy blue denm overalls, with a large bib and elastic suspend ers. You know they are the re...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBLISHINO AND PR1NTIMO CO Ui A. Borrow, H. S. FotT, President 8ec'ytTreaa. E'JTCHlnsoa, : : MUSIS. we ot tho most wonderful (acta of the present apa is the way actors con tinue to remain "young American tragedians' until tlioy are past u. It is said that Jay Gould dislikes railroad travel ng. Perhaps he is afraid of being drowned. He well knows the amount of water on the' roads. A man can tjet gloriously drunk in Japan for 20 cents. This Is why the wapano.se wno come k America aave Choir money and take it home with them. Instructor in Rhetoric Give an ex ample of a syllogism. Logical Fresh' man A 1 men are moro or less alike, I am a man; therefore I am more or less alike. "Terrible railroad accident yostor.- day, wasn't itP" "Hadn't heard of it,' what whs it?" "The X road, you hnow it?" "Yes, well?" "It paid a dividend. The aim of Chineso parents is to so tuior ineir noys inut u uuu ui muiu happens to sit down on an eight-ounce tack in the presunc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

k j THE BOND CONTRACT, CLEVELAND KEEPS IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. Conaplrlaf to Defraud The Contract for Boad Demi by Which American liberty Wh In the Moot DUtrraceful Manner Surrendered. This agreement, entered into the 8th day of February, 1895, bet-ween the sec retary of the treasury of the United States, of the first part, and Messrs. August Belmont & Co., of New York, on behalf of Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sons of London, England, and them selves; and Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co., of New York, on behalf of Messrs. J. S. Morgan & Co., of London, and them selves, parties of the second part, wlt neeseth: Wherasriti8provided by' the re vised statutes of the United States (sec tion 3700) that the secretary of the treasury may purchase coin with any of the bonds or notes of the United States authorized by law, at such rates and upon such terms as he may deem advantageous to the public Interests; and the secretary of the treasury now deems, that an emergency exists In which ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

ButcWneon (Ifoette. Entered at the poetoffice In Hatchlnson, Kansas, as second class matter. HORACE S.FOSTER, LEE A, HUTTOM. Tnui 8 or Subscription, $1.00 fir Yeah C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dr-aggis t Inscriptions s Specialty.. Horth Main street Hutchinson we ni , With this issue we uegin giving two papers for the price of one. Some weeks ago we received u letter from J. A. Wayland, of the Cominsr Nation, say ing.tuat if we would give his paper as a premium he would furnish it to us at 25 cents per year. After due deliberation wa have de cided to do this. Two reasons prompt us, 1st, that 75 cents will do us more good now than 1.00 will in a years time. 2nd, we must win in '06. If the peopl want to retain their homes, if they want to enjoy the society of their neighbors there must be a change in th policy of the government in a very short time; two years more of depress ion and general depreciation of pro perty will close the public schools. What then is the duty of Reno county populists...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

Dfr GOODS CD. HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 146. Timely Hints from Oar Large and Complete Stock cf Wash Dress Materials. With the intense heat of summer is the insep erably associated the hammock, the snade trees, the little picnic excursions and natur ally the light, airy Mulls, Swisses Plisse, Diminies, Lawns, Or gandies, Crinkles, Chal-' lies, Drap de Pomus, Orepons, Percales, Pon gees and Sateens-Don't pick your Summer Dresses carlessly-there i3 no nscessity for it with such a chance to choose as this store offers you- 32-ineh Soft Silky Tongces, there is 15 cents worth of value in them, lOeycl. Simpson's 32-inch Sateens, exquis ite designs, fast color, 15c yd. 32 inch Crinkle Crepons, Fancy Crinkles, Plain Crinkles, everything worth having, worth seeing in Crink ledom is here and the choice only sV00 yd- 32-inch Jaconets, some rare color ings some fetching designs and the price, entirely too low for goods of such value, 15c yd. Permanacy of color is above all things most impor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

OMAHA SCOLDS HIM. i-IVE STOCK EXCHANGE RE SOLVES CONCERNING MORTON It U Aiwrtad That Their Eateemed Fellow Cltlirn Him an Erroneous Idea, Which U Working Great Detriment to the Cattle Interest of the Countrjl .Omaha, April 23. The Omaha Live stock exchange today censured Seer- tary of Agriculture Morton for his "erroneous Ideas when Is at present working to the great detriment of the cattle Interests of the country In creat ing a wrong Impression us to the re lative cost of cattle and beef." After reciting the manner of his Investiga tion this resoultlon was adopted: Be It resolved, That we, the members of the South Omaha Livestock ex change, call the attention of the honor able secretary of agriculture and the country at large to the fact that, dur ing the first three months of the present year, cattle receipts at Chicago, with a full crop In Illinois, Indiana and ad jacent territory, fell oft 17 per cent, notwithstanding a big Increase in Texas shipments; and Omaha In the very hea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

tSlijlIviRGINIAW.dOHNSON. 1 Tnsernational Press Assm V! 5C CHAPTER I. (Continued.) The fragment of conversation, audi ble to the new comers, appeared to disturb the old man. lie abandoned his hold on the stalwart arm which had served him on the path, and groped for the gate. Ilia features twitched convulsively, and the look of furtive distrust doepened in his rest less eye-' "Rich!" he repeated, as if speaking to himself. "Why should Dolores wish, for wealth? Ahl Poor child!" He stared at his companion ab stractedly for a moment, and then pushed open the door in the wall. Under ordinary circumstances the officer would have pursued his way, thus evading all expressions - of gratitude on the part of the old man's family, but the laugh of the girl Dolores, floating out on the sunny air, had bewitched his ear. The sailor on shore wished to see her. Accord ingly, he followed his recently help less charge, who appeared to be more discountenanced than gratified by the measure. A girl, smal...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 April 1895

ii. - Ja. G.. tofant son of W. J.and Mar lb a Blaine died Monday morning, aired 13 months and 12 di'.ys. llie tun i-fti waa -hpld Tuesday afternoon at the residence 819 Park street. Ball.- The tonsorial artists will next Mon day cross bats with the typographic mechanics in a came of base ball No iiets as jet have been announced owing to the Cubbison anti-gamblinu law. Vbunged II an tlx. Daniel Gibbs and G. O. Combs hnncrhtthe Allen Bros., confec tionary stock, the iirst door soutn of T. Martin's1 They are putting in more Doniift and will make a specialty of summer drinks, ice cream, etc. A Fin Entertainment. Amorita Riven by the Calhoun Opera Company, was greeted with an over flowing House on Monday evening. The costumes wore fine, the singiuj? superb and all together was the flne-t operatic company ever in Hutchinson. Reserved ScnU. The seats for the Musical Jubilee are going at a great gait. Mr. Hoag land informes us that a great niiuy more visitors will be here than last year and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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