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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 May 1895

4 I I ft 1' X ,5 HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 161. Every evil has a remedy. POINTER NO. 166. To simple neglect can be traced the cause of many an empty purse. Each day adds many new faces to this busy store's list of patrons, i The Skeptical ones are "coming around" every day and demon strating by their liberal V- patronage, after close and careful compari- sons, that the advan- i tagesin trading here- ! outweigh those of other V .' stores. J Do not neglect or ig- nore conditions that are convinciag others--you are unjust to your self if you do. New Plisse. The season's rage in moderate priced wash goods as sheer as lin n dainty crinkle effects Exquisite colorings a sensible practical wash material that is both handsome and low in price two grades 10c yard and 1 9c yard. We have j list received this Plisse in dark backgrounds, here tofore impossible to obtain. a. ' " '' 4 flew Dimities. In the yellows the greens the lavenders in dainty stripes; & smooth sheer cloth colors parm...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 May 1895

BROKE HIS HEART. WHIRLWIND, CHIEF OF THE CHEYENNES, DROPS DEAD. Be was Informed of the Death of a Grand child sod Upon Hearing the Newt, Fell to BUe no More He Wan a Han of Unllmlt d Valor and High Order. El Reno, May 13. Whirlwind, the head chief of the Cheyenne nation of Indians, Is dead. After years of war he died peacefully. A few days ago while out rounding up his ponies at which work he exercised himself viol ently, a messenger ran to him and In formed him of the death of a grandchild his favorite papoose and without ut tering a word he fell dead on the ground.' Thus ended the life of the mightiest chief that ever presided over the des tinies of the Cheyenne nation, the mem bers of which followed his remains to the grave with lamentations of sorrow that could have been heard for miles around. The man who has waded in blood to his ankles durinsr his time and pi caped probably ten thousand bullets, was killed by the shock of hearing of a child's death. The heart that broke in 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. — 16 May 1895

' The life of the Prince of Wales Is In lured for 13,250,000. " ! A carload a day ,ot toy 'express" wagons is made In one town In Maine, ' Singing for phonographs is the trade of a Chicago man. He gets S50 a day. A Minnesota man has sued a barbel for 9500 damages for ruining his beard. It is predicted that steam will b Bupplanted by electricity within too years. The engine of an express train con suraes 13 gallons of water for each mile traveled. ' The Nation's Crisis is the aame of a new paper in Denver, with ex-Governor Waite as editor. V W. C. Egan has given a collection of 10,000 rare fossils to the Chicago Acad emy of Sciences. Immigration continues to decline, the March arrivals numbering only 17,07 against 19,583 in the same month of 1894. A trolley line diree from Cairo tc the Pyramids will replace the present means of transportation by donkey ot camel. ' ' ' William Henderson, who died re cently in Glasgow, was the . last oi four brothers who founded the An' chor line of st...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 May 1895

XKmtr Hart. Last Tuesday ,fcS-Iafon'' while the west bound accommodation train was stopped at Haven the head of the toiler blew out badly scaldln? and ttrpskincr a lee of Arthur Hodgson of Wltchita. T Wichita. Quite a number of our citizens went to Wichita Tuesday to attend the muwHntr nf the Grand Commandery of the K. of P's. Iloladav'a military Ijand accompanied the Sir Knights. What S3.B0 Will Do. The Inter-Mountain AdvocateWar con Foster's paper: Our Nations Crisis x-Gov. Waite's paper; The Coming Nation, by the one boss editor and the Gazette, all one year. The sub scription price for these papers seper ately Is t4.00. The Cold Snap. The sudden change of the weather of last Friday extended over fifteen states in the central and western part of the country. Frost was visible to the eve Satnrday, Sunday and Monday . 4HornIngs, but the damage so far as re wrted was slight. The city was filled with farmers last Saturday. The different reports of th amount of rain fallen showi that ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 May 1895

THE OFFICIAL .ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S ARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 23, 1895 NO. 38. VOL. 5. "TV 3.d AT- ' 'V SQS,fn W AT $2.00 PAIR, Ladies Fine Shoes,-John T. Can'ino make, Opera and Com mon Pense Styles, 13.95 and $4 95 " values, Now $2.00 pair. AT $3.00 PAIR. 4l Cents Fine Shoes Kanga roo Cordovan and Patent Leather, Lace and Congress, regular price $5.00, Now $3.00 Pair. AT 35c EACH. Men's Balbraggan Un derwearVests and Drawers to match Satin Faced, Silk Sewed, worth Cue all sizes. Now 35c garment. In Respect to Advance in Shoes it is a fact bides this lime last flmv m-A ii-r.i-tli 11 n uii.l 1.i. Martin & Co. hvo IJhiim. In f.iof- than any time iu the putt seven K& mm a pa1- The only First Class Dry Goods and Millinery House in, Hutchinson. 8 RAIN OR SHINE This Week were G-o-ing to Sell: Men's block lints worth 73 to $1.00 At only 50c. h Boys hats (good one) worth Wc At only 25c. en' heavy Overall!, worth 73 to 80c At o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 May 1895

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBLISHINQ AND PRMTINO CO lu A. IlnrroH, l"rcsiUi-nt IL 8. Forth k. Sec'y Trea. EUTCHIXSQM, KANSAS. Jack the Ripper has beea Identified again. This ought t boom the salt oarket , The tattle of flowers" Is to be re rived In the City of Mexico, and will be Mlebrated this year. "Beauty may be only skin deep," said the Manaynnk Philosopher, "but some people are mighty thick-skinned." "For. what shall it profit a man to lodge the Income tax and run up tealnst Zella NlcolausT" George Qould. When Prof. Nansen returns from his liscovery of the north pole it will be roper to ask him if it was cold enaugh for him. Eternal vigilant is the price of sey- tral things other than liberty, for in Hance a bank reserve, a good job and an umbrella. i Henry Zelgler. of Baltimore, is hav ing a set of false teeth made for his lavorite cat, which fell from a tele fraph pole and broke its jawbone. 1 An eastern paper says money is now towing to New York from the Interior 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. — 23 May 1895

Virginia COPYRIGHT 1892 CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) As for her, albeit not too sentimental or imaginative, by temperament, a gracious vision, other than the glanc ing waves of St Paul's bay or the Maltese landscape on the homeward route to Valetta, rose before her. She beheld herself a stately and lovely bride, attired in white satin, Brussels lace veil, and orange blossoms, con ducted to the chancel railing ' by her father, wheie a handsome bridegroom, clad In the uniform of the royal navy, waited to receive her. Six blooming bridesmaids followed her. Were these maidens arrayed In ruby velvet and nuns-veiling, each carrying a basket of chrysanthemums, and wearing a diamond and sapphire bangle, gift of the groom? Would fashion dictate Instead dresses of terra cotta, liberty silk, with cream-colored sashes' and hats, pearl brooches, and a bouquet of yellow flowers; or Directoire, robes of white Ottoman silk and moire, trim med with heather, and gold bracelets, with the initials of the h...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 May 1895

Iftutcb.nson (Basette. Eater en at the poxtoflice in Huchlnson, Kansas, as second cl:if matter. HORACE S.FOSTER. LEE A. MUTTON. Thumb op Spbschu'tion, $1.00 pkhTkab C. fc. SIDL1NGER, I'.'f.si-ri. ftorth Mainstroet flUtCllitlMOII C'omiulilee Mreilng. Tne county central commute of th people's party, of Reno comity, will meet at the old couit liouae. on May 31st at 2 o'clock p. m tor the purpose of deciding the lime for holding th. county convention. Ail members will please be present D. VV. Kent. Chair., A few more exposures at Topeka will make Fletcher Mend th respect able. Every dollar issued, be it silver, gold, nickel, copper or paper is made so by law. Capt. Eukns one of the bottle scared veterans of '1)3 wants to be coun ty treasurer. The News is happy The obnoxious populist income tax has been decided as unconstitutional. Col. W. P. Tojilinson is af er the tepublicans in the democratic state committee. Make 'em get to their own base Col. It Is disgusting to see the word, bi met...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 May 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. lJ6. To simple negle." can ba traced the cause of nany an empty purse. Each day adds many new faces to this busy store's list of patrons The Skeptical ones are "coming: around" everyday and demon strating by their liberal patronage, after close and careful compari-. sons, tnat tne advan tages in trading here--"outweigh those of other stores. --V J A. uo not negieci or ig nore conditions that are convinciag others you are unjust to your self if you do. New Plisse. The season's rage in moderate priced wash goods as sheer as lin cn dainty crinkle effects Exquisite colorings a sensible practical wash material that is both handsome and low in price two grades 10c yard and 19c yard. We Lave just received this Plisse in dark backgrounds, here tofore impossible to obtain. New Dimities. In tho yellows the greens the lavenders in dainty stripes; a smooth sheer cloth colors parmancnt this cloth has lost none of its old time popularity and is to be seen here this ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 May 1895

FINANCIAL REFORM ARE ARTS OF PEACE LESS PORTANT THAN WAT. All Arguments Advanced on Behalf of the Gold Standard Are Built On Proohecv Senator Jonei on the , Stand. ; Senator John F. Jones, In summing up his grand plea for bimetallism at the Brussels conference, said: "All the arguments advanced on be half of the gold standard are built on prophecy, those on behalf of the double standard on achievement "The advocates of the gold standard rely on what they suppose may happen, "Those of the double standard rely on the facts of history." The facts and achievements he had amply elucidated In that great address which the Belgian delegate so praised by saying immediately after its close: "Gentlemen, after the remarkable speech which you have Just heard lit tie remains to be Bald. It is not only a monetary treatise, It Is a study of social economy." Senator Jones' words may well be heeded by many very earnest, very hon est friends of bimetallism, who halt and doubt and block the way to suc ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 May 1895

1) WEEK'S fiEVIEW IK BRIEF v NOTABLE HAPPENINGS FROM THE VORLD AT LARGE. Boiled Down For Busy Mind Into XatshftlJa Giving Valuable Infor mation of the Great PasBlK Show a Gleaned from the Wire IteporU. The California Silver League wants t tat onal convention held in St. Louis la JbUO to nominate a presidential can didate. The United States court of appeals has reversed the decision of Judge Carpenter, declaring too Berliner tele phone patent Invalid. i Reports from tho counties of Lin coln, Boon, Wyoming and McDowell, West Virgin a, uro that heavy frosts totally destroyed tbe apple and poach frops. One hundred delegates, represent In, twenty-ono grand councils attend ed tbe eighteenth annual session of the supremo council of the Boyul Ar rainnn held in St. Louis. Henry L. Foes, the confessed smug gler and forger of Chinese certificates was senconced at San Frunciuco in tbe United States district court to four (ears in the Quinton prison and fined 1,25a Bids for furnishing 20.000 pou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 May 1895

Bargain Da?- . Next Saturday is Barpain Day at the Fair. See tnetr add in another col umn. Diimed. The postoffiee and general store of M.S. Foster at Cameron waa totally de stroyed by fire last Monday night. liSnl WeeU. This is the last wools of the city schools. The teachers have kept open house all this wetls that the patrons may visit the schools. TUe Knight. The city has been filled by the visit ing brethren of the Knightd of l'ythias ver since Monday, who were attend ing the grand lodge of this order. A -tall was gives last night. Dead. Mrs. Jack Gallup, of this city died last Wednesday afternoon. She was a member of the Pochantas degree of Independent Red Men. The remains were taken to her old home for burial. .r p.. iibBk I n 1 . ; v.J we blnppud their mnoliiui works to ituskin, Tenn , and they will follow soon. Euskin is the co-operative colony founded by J. A. Wayland of the Coming Nation. Urnkemau Killed. Biakeman McBride, of the accommo dation train which runs from Wichit...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

..j SBM0I THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PE0PLE3 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 30, 1895) NO. 39. r I; Pi 0 CS M Y) FDVE OEMTS. - 2 haid rubber One combs for 5c 9 in hard rubber dressing combs 6c ea. Horn dressing combs, mental backs, Sc each. Black and colored round combs 6c each Hard and hollow rubber balls 6c each 2 cabinets bair pins for So Brass hair pins So box 2 Aluminum hair pins for 5o Side combs, 5a pair Face powder, 6c box Folding Japanese fans, 5c each. Hand-snap buttons, 5c box Nickel-plated safety pins, 5a doz Placket fasteners, 5c pair Aluminum thimbles, 5c each 2 packages colored pins for 5c 2 sets dress stays for 5c 5 book corset clasps 5c pair Marion's and T. M. shoe blacking 5c box. Paragon polish 5c bottle. Whalebone casing 5c each Belting 5c piece. Hut pins 5 doz China marbles 25 for 5c Glass MaiDles 5c Bead neckles 5c each 2 China nest eggs for 5 IJase balls 5c each J2 in school rule, brass edge 5c each. Am...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRMriKO CiJ Lu A. Hurroif, President. ' H. 8. Fost, Bee' J A Trea. RUTCH1NS0K, KANSAS. Now York's long discussed cat show at last has come to the scratch. If Russia has got through with Japan Is it France's or Germany's turn? A flaxseed poultice Is not to be com pared with a good ad for drawing quali ties. The strawberry shortcake Is still at the coinage ratio of IS berries to 1 cako. Why is it that the fellow who catches no fish always catches the big gest fish stories. Senora Cousino of ChlU la worth 1200,000,000. There's a chanca tor some European nobleman. , , . Marion Crawford Is said to be the handsomest novelist on earth, his fea tures being of the pure Greek type. The college graduate who was ambl tlous to be president last year Is hump ing himself to keep out of the poorhouse this year. Detachable sleeves. In view of the present fad, must be very convenlenl when a woman wishes to rest for a lit tle while. .. ;! : Broken Chin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

American Steam Laundry. flUTTOIX & OSWfU, Proprietors. Telephone io7. West Sherman Street HUTCHISON, ARE BIRDS GUIDED BY STARS? An Attempt to Solve the Great Mystery of Bird Migration. In an article on "Birds of Passage" the Chautauquan says If one desires an explanation for the great mystery of bird migration, there being nothing else that will answer, he will have to accept the theory of hereditary knowl edge, a knowledge of the unfailing stars. The Great Bear and Orion ap peared at the same time In our region, even when the divisions of land and water were very different than they are today. That the stars are the guides of birds agrees with the fact that they fly at remarkable heights, often above the ' clouds, and that wanderers lose their way when they stray Into clouds and mists. On starlight nights strag gling birds are seldom noticed. When the sky is overcast, when the night is dark, but especially when a fine rain is falling, multitudes of traveling birds are heard. Th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

Hbutcbtasoh (Sa3ette. Jrlered at the pootofflce in Hufchineon, Kansas, as second class matter. MACE S. FOSTER, Ml . HUTTOM. Sxtma or Subscription, 1.00 peb Yeab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dr-aggist Prescriptions a Specialty. artli Main street Hutchinson Committee Meeting. The county central committe of the jwple's party, of Reno county, will aieet at the old court house, on May ilst at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose f deciding the time for holding the jwrnty convention. All members will jlease be present. D. W. Kent, Chair., The courts of the country stand at iLe tack of every inortgage!and guar antee its collections. TVhen the fanners have corn to sell 3 goes down when speculators have aon to sell it goes up. "Wheat is still going up. Its funny mloA a good price farm products bring as soon as they have once passed out of tfae producers hands. TTardes Chask has invited the jrosecutors in the Investigating (?) eases to come over to Lansing and eat Sinner with him next Christmas. Senator ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

D."Kf0OO5 CO. iiuiciiison, Kansas. POINTER NO. Flower sals resumed this morning. Flowers Hewers, F! owe re, Fiovers, FLOWERS, As previously an nounced, the greatest sacrifice sale of im- porters fine flowers ever known to this town began here Saturday was resumed this morn ing with an enthusiasm and interest unparal elled, which had been strengthened and in creased by the reports of the earlier buyers. Such a lively selling of flowers was never inown before. It's little wonder that Iheae flowers are being carriee away by the sackful -it's not surpris ing that people are sup plying their future needs, when such prices as these, prices that scarcely cover the ex press charges, are marked on flowers of such sterling worth -so new-so varied in as-sortment-so beautful. 10c for flowers worth up to 50c. loo for flowers worth up to 75c. 20c for flowers worth up to $1.00 2oc for flowers wofth up to 81.50. 35c for flowers worth up to 2.00. No half way measure here - Our sales are broad inthei...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

LUCKY THIRTEEN. "WO bright, laugh ing girls bent their curly heads to gether over a table littered with writ ing material. "There," said Jeannle, throwing down her pen and waving a sheet of paper with a tri umphant flourish, "that list is fin ished at last, thanks be to goodness! And it's Just perfect; you see If it Isn't Just twelve names." Jeannle licked the Ink ofT her finger a schoolgirl habit she had never been able to conquer and shoved the paper over for her friend's closer Inspection, Who exclaimed In surprise: "Why, Jeannle, you've left out Tom Cunningham's name!" "Well' suppose I havet" replied Jean nle. "I didn't think." said Meta, slowly, "that you would give a party without Inviting Tom Cunningham." "Oh. bother Tom!" retorted Jeannle, with a scornful toss of her pretty head and a deepening Dink color in her cheeks. "I ain't going to invite him. wouldn't have the number thirteen at my birthday party for anything in the world." "Well, you can leave somebody else out," sug...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

WEEK'S REVIEW IN BRIEF NOTABLE HAPPENINGS FROM THE WORLD AT LARGE. Boiled Down For Busy Minds Into Nutshell. Giving Valuable Infor mation of the Great Passing Show as Cleaned from the Wire Reports. ReeenroTs of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern have been authorized to issue, certificates in order to raise funds for betterment and construc tion. A three-weeks' old girl bahy, ricWy dressed, was found in a cyclone cellar In the yard of a vacant house in "Wel lington by some boys Saturday 'even ing. Tho child was almost dead when found, but was cared for, and it is thought will live. The matter is be ing thoroughly investigated and sen sational developments are "expected. The American Legion of Honor, which wab to meet in grand council t Meridian, Miss, Tuesday, turned "back at Newton and went to Jackson to hold their meeting, having heard on the train that there were thirty or forty cases of sinall-pox at Meridian. It is hardly probable that many cases' have developed at Meridian...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 May 1895

A GoS Selection. . Miss Bertie Bawson of this city, who taught the district school at Arlington last winter has been selected as one of the city teachers for the next term. Muaketi- Last Tuesday morning during the high winds Cow creek was alive with -water snakes. They afforded no little attraction to the jury in Ibe Rogers case which had been out aH niRht. Buitclars. Baker & Baxter's foundry was brok en into last Monday evening and quite if f tnrvi.. taken. A tool chest be- a iuv vi longing to Jack Ilanna which was stored there was Dronen imu uu i bed. ' wn.tsa oo win do. The Inter-Mountain Advocate,War ren Toster's paper; Our Nations Crisis, ex-Gov. Waite's paper; The Coming Nation, by the one hoss editor and the Gazette, all one year. The sub scription price for these papers separ ately Is t4-00- Ouiity. The Rogers case went to the jury at o ci'Jci;o.i-uy t x iiii.s .l.J not reach an agreement until yesterday morning at the same hour, being out thirty-six hours. . The jury fo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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