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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 May 1895

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 2, 1895. HO. 35 9 AT mm COESETS : "Martin's GENTS FUHNISHINGS. Gents 4 -ply linen oolars, all styles. ATlOo EACH Cents 4 pi J line tills, worth 83 -( , AT !0o PAIR. Oentiflns Balbrlgsm and tan, Uh AT Uio PAIR. Gents fine elastic ft ebb suspender AT 15c. Gents fine silk neckwear, scarf and 4 in hands, ATlfio Gents Summer Underwear Vats and Drawers to match, AT 25o GAR. 1 lot gents negllee shirts worth 69c tn 85c AT. 85a EACH. Gents white nnlaundered shirts, rin forced back and front, all linen twnim, AT 35a EACH 1 I" HI 1 I In LRU IRS WtftliSIS $1-50 $6.00. MISCELLANEOUS. Men's celulold collars 5c each. Men's oeluloid cuffs 10c pair. Tooth picks la box. Clothes pins lc dozen. Ladies' Rain and Sun Umbrellas 25c enob Children's fancy parasols 25c each. LADIES' CAPES P. a w? :? ra ONE PRICE TU KVTnM nrpr T"inartTrisnt ia fl ways Reliable and Prompt. We are Sole H...

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

POSITION IS CEETAIN. MONROE DOCTRINE'S REVERSE SIDE TURNED TO THE EAST. Ratification Will be Exchanged Next Week -It U I'nderatood that the Protest of the European Alliance Will Still Remain In Force. , Washington, April 20. Ths attitude of . the United States In the eastern war troubio has been made clear to the t various powers Interested. In brief, It Is that the unvarying policy of this country it not from alliance which may Involve It in complications with the countries of Europe or Asia. It is a reassertion of the policy of isolation, except In so far as the United States may be able to exercise kindly or ad ' vlsory influence toward the adjustment of trouble lnvolvln geastern nations. The foregoing Is now accepted by diplo mats here as the policy which will guide the United States in the pending Eu ropean complication over the Japan Chna setttlement. At one time within recent days there was a prospect that the United States might co-operatewlth Great Britain and Italy In ende...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 May 1895

il Completely Paralyzed. PHYSICIANS ARE ASTOUNDED BY A PECULIAR CASE. j A oof Man Stricken With landrr'i Paralysis and Yet Bsaovers. i (From the Times, Philadelphia, Pa.) ' Stricken with Landry'" Paralysis and fat cured. That means but little to the Average layman but it means a miracle to a physician. Such Is the rare experl nce of O. B. Dalllmore, of Madison, V JM. J. , i ' "Tes, It is true that I had Landry's ; paralysis," said Mr. Dalllmore to a re I porter, "or else the most celebrated ' physicians of London were mistaken. J "It was on the 16th of March, this f year," he continued, "when I was In I New York City, that I first felt the i symptoms of my trouble. I experienced , difficulty in going upstairs, my legii ' falling to support me. I consulted a physician, who informed me that I had i every symptom of Locomotor Ataxia, ; but as the case developed he prc- aounced It a case of Landry's Paralysis and knowing the nature of the disease, advised me to start for my home and fri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 May 1895

l&utcbtnson feette. Intend t the pootoffloe in Hutchinson, KtntM, H second olaM matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A, HUTTOM. , TniKB of Subscription, t.00 MB TlAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson CUNIONl Has Kansas another Sam Lappin? Every millionaire's castle In the United states was put there by a special legislation of a republican con gress. TnE News is getting back to funda mental principles. It contained an article on the "Tariff" Monday evening. Every mortgage s&le of farm pro perty is the logical result of a gold standard and the republican party is responsible for it. Eemejiber that "Blow Hole" Car negie, one of the special pets of the present administration is a full blooded gold bu; protectionist republi can. The sight of a state official of the great state of Kansas reeling drunk on the sidewalk of Holy Topeka, is one of the signs of returning prosperity that was to follow in the wake of the redemption of Kansas....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 May 1895

f w y onreonos co. HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 161. Every evil has a remedy, Ear'.y traders during this week will find our Ladies' "Beady-to-wear" Suits on the center tables, attract ing more attention . than they would seem to merit. If such a ' thought occures to you, an examina tion of the price will unfold the mystery and explain why so many people are buying their summer dresses ready made here. Mere chance, onty, can answer for the opportunity which enabled us to buy, from a large maker, one hun dred Duck Suits, Madnn Suits, Drilling Suits with the liberal allow ance of 50 per cent, trade discount on our inyoice bill. The big signs ever these suits which reads: , "Choice of these suits, worth $5.00 only $1.25 each" is no delusion. Of "w course it is quite unnecessary to hint that the early coiners will fare the best will come nearer Retting the correct size and the prettiest of these suits. Along with these we include Ladies' Jersey Suits, Black, Brown, Blue, trimmed with b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 May 1895

TEE HUTCH1HS0H GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING CO lu A. Borrow, II. 8. Kostm, President See'y Treat. HUTGHHISOH. : : KANSAS. There la Just a bit of danger tlutt the white house bees will sting soma ol the premature booms to death. It Is sad to see a handsome and In telligent young American woman wed ded to a Chinaman. She might almost as well throw herself away on ft titled lord. j IThe people of this country will ex tend this year no less than $40,000,000 for bicycles. The matter of bicycle roadways becomes important in view of the number of persons interested. If Japan really has the wisdom at tributed to her she will not regard her conmiest of China as a precedent In settling international differences with a real, wideawake, up-and-dressed na tion. The public interest as well as the collegiate Interest that is usually tak en in intercollegiate joint debates is an exceedingly gratifying circum stance. It tends to show that the peo ple really have some true understand i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 May 1895

A STRAIGHT TALK. "COME LET US REASON TO GETHER," If Ton, s Business Man, 'Art Inter ested In Curo for "Hard Tiiueii" Land Your Attention Let l' Talk Business. ' Business Men: You are all feeling the - hard times. You know by ex perience the difficulties to be overcome in your efforts to do business In these times. The rent, bills come around regularly. The clerks are1 to be paid every week. Yet the trade is slow. The income keeps dropping lower, collec tions more tardy. Good3 if not turned promptly become shop worn and each new order is bought for less money, thus Indicating heavy declines in v.lue and corresponding losses in stock. If these conditions continue com mercial disaster must inevitably fol low. Is It not time for everyday business men to look Into the causes of these conditions and study , carefully for a remedy? Politicians have had the chief say so In these matters. Party has been, with them, above country. Their own sel fish personal Interests have, dominated their ac...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 May 1895

KILLED A 'Cyclone Strikes Our Neigh' bor County, Carrying Death and Destruction With It. A NARROW ESCAPE. The Conductor of No. 5 verses the Engine Re. And Saves The Lives of The Passengers. Yesterday afternoon, about 4 o'clock a cyclons passed over a portion of Harvey county, between Halstead and Barrton, carrying death and desola tfcn with it. A number of farm houses were totally destroyed, and at least Seven people were killed and probably as many more injured. The Mrs. Joseph Wear and three chil dren. Miss Daisy Seff. tirahdma Cbapin. The injured reported are: Joseph Wear. Oyrus Hlnkson. Mrs. Fmzell. Mrs. Commons. Mrs. Fry, The cyclone passed about three miles west of Halstead. Santa Fe train No. 5 was coming west and due here at 6:10, ran almost into the storm when the conductor with a wonderful presence of of mind signaled the en gineer to reverse the engine and Lacked out of it, which no doubt saved the lives of all on board the train. A Clean Nw..p. The new councilmetMonday e...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

, .jut; THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 9. 1895. VOL. 5. NO. 30 XStTT IT IT & COOD AT CORSETS; "Martin's AT 15c PAIR. Ladies' Pure Silk MltU, In Black only regular price S5o. Jubilee Price 15c pair. AT 8 l-3c PAIR. Ladies' Richelieu Ribbed Hose in Tans and Browns, regular price 12o Jubilee Price 8 1.3c pair. AT 1 lc YARD. 80-inch Da Irelande Dimity, light and dark grounds, neat figures and stripes, regular 15c quality. Jubilee Price 11c yard. AT 20c YARD. 17-inch Snivel Wash Silks, white grounds with stripes and figures, regu lar 85o value. Jubilee Price 20c yard. IBf e In I flrilP WAISTS $1.50 $6.00. MISCELLANEOUS. Men's celuloid collars 5c each. Men's celuloid cuffs 10c pair. Tooth picks lo box. Clothes pins lc dozen. LadieB' Rain and Sua Umbrellas 2."c ench Children's fancy parasols 25c each. LADIES' CAPES P. MAR ONE PRICE The Mail Order Department is a strong feature in our store. -Always R...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBUSMNB AND PRINTING CO Lib A. Button, . President. II. 8. Foster, 6eo'y 4 Trent. HUTCRIHSOS, KANSAS. I FIRST OVERLAND EXPRESS, The Manager of the Original Tells How the Venture Was Bronght About. ' "The first express ever run across the plains was started by a man named Butterfleld in 1858," said Alexander Benham, of Montana, the manager of the first overland express. "It started at Little Rock, Ark., and flowed a southern route through Kansas, New Mexico, Arizona, and then to Lob An geles, Cal. About two years later, In I860, our company was formed for the purpose of carrying the malls to the 'Pacific coast. It was known aa the Central Overland, California and Pike's Peak Express company. William H. .Russell, Alexander Majors, and a man named Wadell formed the company, and the contracts with the government for carrying mails were made out in their names. I was chosen manager, and had my office in Denver. The southern route run by Butterfleld did...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

3 American Steam Laundry. HUTTOU & OSWALD, Proprietors, Telephone io7, West HUTCHISON, . . St.r.oula Produce. St. Louis, May 6.-Butter-Weakeri fancy Elgin, 20c: separator creamery, low jrie. Eggs-Dull, lower, 9c. Whiskey Steady, 51.20 for distillers' finished Roods. Lead, $2.87. Spelter, $3.10. Cotton ties and baRging-Steady and ""H"!?' Pork-Standard mess. $12.00. Lard-Pi Ima steam. $6.40; choice, JH.55. Dry salt meats (b-iXcHl)lshoulders. $5.26; on,h3' ribs. $6 25; shorts, $6.37Vi. Bacon i (boxed -Shoulders, $5.75; longs, $0.50; ribs, .'4l shorts, $G.87V4- COTTON MAKKET. New York, May 6.-Cotton-Qulet; mid dllnc, 613-T6C. Net receipts. 531 bales, btoss 44(14 bale. Exports to Great Brit al. 6,310 bales; continent, 4,806 bales; for warded. 150 bales; spinners, 61 bales. Stock 224,409 bales. Now Orleam. New Orleans. May v-,?ttonr: middling, 6 3-lc; low middling;. 6 il3-16c; Kood ordinary, 5',c. Net receipts. 3,610 bales- gross, 3,710 bales. Sales, 800 bales, stock, 237,523 bales. ....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

Ifrutcblnson feetfe. Sntered t the postofflce In Hntchinson, Kansas, as second claei matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Tirmb or Subscription, 1 .00 per Ybar C. E. SIDLINGER, TlieDr-aggist Prescriptions a Specialty. orth Main street Hutchinson All money is created by law. All wealth is created by labor. How do you like "the first redeemer government on earth?" Db. Pilcher still holds the fort at Wlnfield, but where is Jawes? What the people want is a dollar that will stay at par with itself. We demand the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. Omaha Platform. The Morrill administration has be come so corrupt that J. W. Ady has grabbed his nose and started west. What do the depositors of the Hutchinaon National bank think of the "best banking system on earth," now? Doniphan county, the home of Cy Leland has been gloriously redeemed. The ex-county treasurer iB short $11,000. Less than four months of redeemers rule has proven to the people- of Kan sas that ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 161. Every evil has a remedy. Early traders during this week will find our Ladies' "Ready-to-wear" Suits on jthe center tables, attract ing more attention than they would seem to merit. If such a thought occures to you, an examina tion of the price will unfold the mystery and explain why so many people are buying their summer dresses ready made here. Mere chance, only, can answer for the opportunity which enabled us to buy, from a large maker, one hun dred Duck Suits, Madrai Suits, Drilling Suits with the liberal allow ance of 50 per cent, trade discount on our inyoice bill. The big signs over these suits which reads: "Choice of these suits, worth $5.00 only $1.25 each" is no delusion. Of course It is quite unnecessary to hint that the early comers will fare the best will come nearer getting the correct size and the prettiest of these suits. Along with these we include Ladies' Jersey Suits, Black, Brown, Blue, trimmed with braid can be ap propriately w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

XyWA VIRGINIA W.JOHNSON. .- 1 ir . s "-u i neernational Press Ass'n k : CHATTER III. (Continued.) He laughed as lie accepted his cup if tea. "Perhaps Harrv would not be too aard on me if I overstaid mv leave, forgetting the lanse of time in such charming society as an unlucky sailor .s always sure to cud in your house, Maud." Mrs. Griffith- sowed a tiny seed, iestined to bear later fruit, in aer reply, as she selected a iandwich for her young kinsman with ner own fair hands. "I fancy Harry would not be too t ard on you if you disobeyed orders together." The Harry in question, otherwise Captain the Hon. Henry Montagu lTitztvilliam, C. B., in command of II M. 8. Sparrow, was a veteran officer of dignified, not to say severe, mien; an inflexible disciplinarian, who made the lives of midshipmen and subofficials a burthen by reason of a vigilanse deemed little short of galling tyranny and oppression. Lieut. Curzon found transition of mood and surroundings alike soothing and agreeable. Th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

The lighthouses of the world ntua ler more than 7,000. The Unite States has over 1,300 houses and a? many posts. The latter are simpler id construction and not very expensive, since they are maintained on shore. The annual appropriation for their keeping is now nearly $4,000,000. Ker osene oil is that which has been adopt ed by the lighthouse board as luminant though gas and, to a limited extent, .tlectricity have been given atrial. Gas in being used only at Alexandria, Va., and Newburyport, Mass. Kerpsene is considered the best and cheapest. 1 is ever reliable. Electricity will, no donbt, be adopted when Congress can be prevailed upon to appropriate money. Whil Ha Wanted. ' Mrs. Brooks Count Tedout is furious against his wife Miss Gottrow perse cutes her dreadfully everywhere she goes. Mr. Rivers (in surprise) Why, she secured her direct divorce all right. Mrs. Brooks Yes, but he wants oli jnony. Pack. The three most common names in England, Scotland and Ireland respec tively are S...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 May 1895

Unci Joe Dead. Joseph Resoa ''an ld resident of Hutchinson and know to every one as Uncle Joo died at his home on west D street Monday. Sew Fountain. The new city fountain is at last fin ished and Monday morning the water was turned on. This adds much to the beauty of Tint avenue. A eoad Bala. C. Walker and J. E. fluff man of iledEord township were in the city yesterday. They report a heavy rain and hail storm in that part of the county Monday. One a Tim. Warren Foster is visiting in Reno and Sedgwick counties this week. lie reports his family as being In extreme ly good health and well satisfied with the great inter-mountain country. Fire. Monday at one o'clock the fire de partment was called to II. C. Free man's on Sixth west. The fire which was caused by a gasoline stove was extinguished before the department got there. What V2.&0 Will lo, The Inter-Mountain Advocate,War- ren Foster's paper; Our Nations Crisis x-Gov. Waite's paper; The Coming Ifation, by the one hoes editor a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 May 1895

j I ' ! TT ' : TT O TT Tf oaf r f. ,7 TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 16. 1805. VOL. 5. NO. 37. WIT f : W "V- i . AT V fT n "n fPO "JIarlia'8 sPecia," an Elegant Fitting VentL I I I K N H I N't ,atinR fvrsfit ' 4Sa TP80"'8 ventilating V VllOJUlU Corset f 1.00; "Kabo" high but Ventilating Corsets 11.00. GMOEG. AT $1.35 PAIR. Ladies' genuine Dongola Oxford Ties, patent tip, worth 11.75 pair. AT $1.50 PAIR. Ladles' genuine Dongola Button Shoes, patent tip, worth 82.00. AT $3.00 PAIR. Gent's Kangaroo, Cordovan and Pat ent Leather Shoes, In Lace and Con gress; our regular $5.00 Shoes. AT $1.25 PAIR. Ladies' Tan Oxford Ties, patent tip worth 11.50 AT $1.95. PAIR. Ladies' Viol Kid Oxford Ties, pat I J" ' 11 1. Iu Lawns and percales 50c, 75c $1.00 LndlfiS WHISTS 150 and 2.00 In Silks, $4.00r $5.00 aDd $6.00. MISCELLANEOUS. Men's celuloid collars 6c each. Ken's celuloid cuffs 10c pair. Tooth picks lo box. C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 May 1895

THE HUTCHI.JSON GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PUNTING CO Lis A. Hottov. . H. 8. Kosttbr, President beo'y A Treat. HUTCHIHSOU, : - : KAMSAS. Before China gets Into another in ternational row she ought to "'save her money and buy a gun." Dick Croker is making a pita of man' ey with his string of horses, hut it can't be compared with the money he used to make with his tiger. Illinois bachelors mar be strbiect to & tax this year, and it is certain that they will be subject to attacks next year, for it Is divisible by 4. A Georgia editor jubilantly exclaims "The fruit has now passed the danger point" This cheats some physician out or a bill for treating appendicitis f A boa constrictor is reported ta be at large somewhere in Chicago, but this will never frighten the average Chl cagoan very much: Dwight Is only eignty miles nway. The position of an eastern critic that ' the bicycle is but a fad that like the roller-skate and tennis will have its day and be virtually forgotten, is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 May 1895

CURRENT OPINIONS. "THOUCHTS THAT BREATHE AND WORDS THAT BURN." Clipping. Culling and Comment from the Newspaper Everywhere The People Are Beginning to Bee that the GoTernmcnt Hut Own Ballroad It Ifl wonderful how rapidly the peo ple are being; educated along the lines of railroad ownership. Mr. Cable, ex congressman and member of the demo cratic committee from Illinois, recently came out and declared that It was the proper thing. The Times-Herald, the leading demo cratic paper In the west, commenting on this thought that he was "many years ahead of his party," and adds "In time government ownership ot these and other natural monopolies will doubtless come. The whole, trend of modern social progress Is In that direction." One of the principal features of the currency auestlon which the new silver proposes to leave out, and an Important one, Is how the increase of currency which they propose, Is to get Into the hands of the people. The Omaha plat form provides that, It shall be loaned...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 May 1895

U3utcbin0on (Ba3ette. latartd t tia poetoffloe lu Hotohlaaoa, KraaM, as second olata matter s . HORACE S.FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. TXHXB OF SUBSCBIFnON, 11.00 P YlAR C. . SIDLINGER, Tiie Druggist t'eacriptioDS a Specialty. Aorta Main street Hutchinson Bow do you like a "business" admin istration r The Bland bill became a law over a republican president's vi'to. 13 fur, to 113 against is the ratio of the republican congressman on the sil ver question. The eastern democrats always vote with the republicans on questions pertaining to finances. It was republican votes that pre vented the passage of the seniorage bill over the president's veto. Ik the Chines banking law prevailed in this country the foot ball market would be glutted. .That country be heads dishonest bank officials. Had the republicans In the last con gress voted with the populists and anti-administration democrats we would have free coinage today. The republican county committee will meet in this city May 25th. to set the d...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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