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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIK PKOPLK'8 PAIITY AND FAIIMKIW ALLlANCK OF RENO COUNTY. vol. a HUTCHINSON, 1ANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1893. NO. 44. UTTERLY DESTROYED Admiral Cervera's Fleet Bbnros tho Fate of Admiral MorIIJo'b. THE MANILA VICTORY DUPLICATED. Th. Spanish Admiral and Thlrtea. lluudrrd Olilcer aud Mu PrUou-rs-All 111. Ships leiro)d, A Ulurlous Vlolury. Playa, (via Huytl). To Alio Bevrf Itary of tilie 'vy'i 6:15 p, in., cMbo Wey, July 3. The fleet under my cow cuiad offer t'lio nation u u Fourth of July pre tr-nit the destruction of til whole of Corvera'e fleet. Sot 0110 e oapeUi. It aSUimpted to escape wt 6:30 a. m. (iSiuid'ay), uji'I tiit B p. m. the lust, ti Cristobal Colon, bud run nuliore . six miles west of tiiMitUiKO mid 'liud let down her color. The 1 infanta. Jl a'I Teresa, Oijuendo and Vlzctuys were forced uwhore, turned mid Iblown tip within twenty miles of t4i , ' itlugo; t'he Furor 'ud iMuiton wwe de stroyed, within 'four mile of the port. Our loss one killed and t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

I Havo No Stomach Bald Jolly man of 40, of almost alder manlo rotundity, "sines taking Hood's Barsaparllla." Wbat bs meant was that this grand digestive tonlo bad so com plexly cured all distress and disagreeable dyspeptic symptoms that be lived, at and slopt In comfort. You may be put Into ' this delightful condition If you will Uke Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. wtk Lr uL'-O'u s 0) C 0) r n ll.i)J kiaj 14 His Entire Fleet Has Been1 Sunk Or Captured by Sampson.; Washington, July 4 Secretary of 'navy ' has re ceived the follovying: 1 Playa, via Hayti,3.i57a. m.--To Secretary of navy: The fleet under my command offers the nation as a Fourth of July present the destruction of the whole of Cervera's fleet. No one escaped. It attempted to escape at 0:30 a. m. and at 2 p. m. the last, the Cristobal Co lon had run ashore six miles west of Santiago and had let down her colors. The Infanta Marie Teresa, Oquen do and Vizcaya were forced ashore, burned and blown up within 20...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

When fcirl thinks ft roan doesu't car for her ehe begin to try to make him. Tbe Antnor of Lorn Boone. R, V. Blackmore, tha well-known au thor of "Loi-nft Doom": "A trulr mag nura opui. I grieve only that auch ft work li not 'of English birthright." See display advertisement of bow to obtain' tha Standard Dictionary by making a amall payment down, tha re mainder In installments. You like that beitt which you get the least of. COSMO BUTTERMILK TOILET BOAP nakes tha akin soft, White end healthy, (old everywhere, No loyal church woman ever heara ft preachor who la quite ao good aa her wn, We Pay Expense and liberal eommtaalona, refund tlia eeah for allgoode not giving the oonauinereatlahtotloa, Long terms of or edit Flrat-olaea eoheme ealeamnn wunted. No bond required. Kalea tnede from photographe. We guarantee (MOO par mont h on mail ordnra. Addreas with alaiup, Bronaid Mill- Co., Iowa Oily, Iowa, The husbnnd of a club woman is an understudy for Cinderella. Den't Tobeooo loll and Smoke...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

Iftutcbincon (5a3Cttc. Entered tt tha jxjttoftloe In Hutuhluson, Kansas, M aeoond olast matter. I.t. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. fURMI OrdUliCRIfTION, li.oo mtuA C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiio Druggist r.'escrlptloni Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket Chlot Justice, A.N.ALLEN, Governor, J. W. LEEDY, Ctffey County Lleiitenunt Uovornor, A, M, HAKVET. phawnae I'onniy Hecretsry of State, W. X. HUHII, Jewell County Treasurer, D.I1, HSFFLKilOWEH, Miami County Attorney Ocneral L. C. HOYLK, llourbon County Auditor, W. II. MOItHIM, Cherokee County CONCrUKlriaiONAI Convrt'aiman.at-Lrirge, J, I), IIOTKIN, Wilton County Congretinian, Hevsntb Inttrli't, JEliHY BIMrSON, of Darber County CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETINQ A meeting of the county central committee of the people's party Is bereby called to meet at the Midland hotel on Tuesday, July 12th, at 1:00 p. ra. for the purpose of calling a conven tion to nominate a county ticket. This in an Important meeting. Let there be no committee...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

JJIl, J. W, MA0U1KH. WHKC1AL1ST, .n Diseases of Bye, Ear, Nose nJ Throat, OlMKfi'i Sclc ntllWlly Adjuatua. OHIO lo M kunlo TfWilC llauililnaou, Kama. t,9VAL AND rr.HOHAl,. .1. W. Kaiiagi is very lit. Frank Cjlladay Omaha exposition. is attending the Judge P. L. MartlQ month in the East. has left for a A Hock Island speolai train brought in about 800 visitors to tbe celebration. .liHlgu Stewart reports that be has granted 146 marriage Hocuses since the Hist of .1 an nary. Judge II. Fierce Roes to Topeka to da; to make an oral argument before the Supreme Court. Mr. L. D. Pollock and daughter, Imogen, and MiasMvrtle MoVey made a trip to Ulackwell Sunday. The State bicycle meet here on tbe Ht,h will be quite a large affair nud tbe railroads will give reduced rates. MUs Mary Woodson, one of our Hutchinson teachers, lias gone east lo visit and attend tlie National Teachers Association. A marriage license bas been granted by Probate Judge Stewart to TboniRS Ray of this city to M'ss Clara P...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

THE GAZETTE. E. Q. NftlTLKTOM & CO. E. a. NisnxnTiiN, Kd. . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. BAKSAN ITEMS OF INTKKK8T. Expert burglars lira prevalent at Ft. Hoott Now mall crane arc being placed at t.mull ttutlonii along the Honta Fe rail road. Dog day season ha almost arrived and the small boy with aorc on hlo ba:k has to keep out of water with a biue icum. The Wlnfield Courier suys it rather dangerous to live In war time a Cow ley county has already had to feed thrco bum In ono week. Two Topeka newspaper men did the right thing thl week. They went out Into the short gram country and mur rlcd a pair of roRy-checkcd girls, Three young ludlci are after tho re publican nomination for county super intendent In Chautauqua county. Thl may account for the scarcity of touch rs In that direction, Thu Forepangh and Sella hIiow which does not expect to be In western Kan sua for hlx weeks or perhups a couple of months, Is already advcrtlNlng In the newspapers out there. Charles Campbell, one of Donipha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

The First Day's Assault on the City ( , of Santiago, THE AMERICAN LOSS HEAVY. Abont BOO Killed nil Wounded The Outer Work Curried Morro faille end the Other Fort Ilombarded by the Fleet la Coaueetlua With the land Aeeeult Vreuvlui at World Washington, July 9. Tho war de partment has reoolvod the following from General Bhafter, dated at Sib onoy: "Uod a very heavy engagement to day, which lusted from 8 a. m, till sun down, "Wo have carried their outworks and are now in possession of them. ItTl. ...... I.. 41.MAA-.,n..fft.a of a nillo of open between my llnea end tho city, MTI nuivntnr 4-,-ii.a ttrtll lut In treuched, and considerable augmenta tion of force will be thore. "General Law ton's division and General Bates' brlgado, which have been engaged all day in carrying El iv, m i,vn oknhrai, nrcsnr w. i.awton, in com mand OK THH DIVISION OPKNINO THE ACTIONS AX SANTIAGO. Cancy, which was accomplished at 4 p. m., will be In line and iu front of Santiago during tho night. "I regret to s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 July 1898

SATURDAY'S BATTLE Bpauleh TvoopaMake aDotennlned Attack oq Quarter's Position. SLVEHAL IIOUHS' SEVERE FICHTISC rim hpunluiile Hepul.ed With Jlearjr Luk I'lulnliitf I" NCrvet -Tit !!' Surrender ,i'U, Killed ami Mounded. Kilmiiey, Cubit, Hut unlay, July 2, 7 p in,, iy tlit Aifuol'tttwl I'l-ea Din liuicli lunit luuiiiluaa, via I'urt Anto nio uml Kliiffituu, Smuliiy, July 3, ji, in. Tliu lltflrtlnif ou 'Plia ri!hl Of our line Mii uileniuou dovuloiH'J uucxprottnl uiiii foe muiiih liutira U moat a Hfvoru llrlnif iih ywlwdy (Friday), s lieu (luncwil J.inrtou wa wtiiiillliiK Kl t'liney. " Tin' Siiiiilh')i nuiilf mi H Uncle iu lorca on our niwiiloii, poiii'liitf ln vo' lay utter volley In (pileK hiieewilott and with rwnnrliublu ritjrulurlty. Our return lira huh certainly euVcllvo, and com'iniii-d KU'oiitf utter tha HjMtu lull v(lleyH lind bewniie rarer und lea Jinuvy. Aleiinwhlle the ImiMerloa oa Urlima hill kept booinliiK away ut the uildclloof thu enemy' Hue, imiterUilly aiding t'lio Ituii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

' l! X ' JJ TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCR OF RENO COUNTY, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JULY li, 1 03. VOL. 8. NO. 45. SCHLEY GETS CREDIT The Official Roporta Tolls How the Buttlo Waa Pouulit. ' SCHLEY ALWAYS AT THE FRONT, II Wn lu fuiniiianil mid IMrooloU ilia Great Naval I'lulH-TIi Ilrook lyu Wlu iheTlilik of Ilia Bailie, ' Off SautiutfO, tuna, July 02. Fol lowing it the official account of itlia njrngeiunt ut the tipunlrfh squadron, a seen from the United Slate steam r Vlxeni At 8:45 a, m. the quartermaster on duty reported that a, tug wan coming out of Uie harbor. Examination proved the vessel 'to be a Spanish cruller nylng a Urge Spanish Hug and smaller Hug at the niusuhead, which wu 'thought to be the admlrul's flag, m it was on the leading ship. The Vixen ait thin time waa lying about two mllei off siiore end four milea to the westward of Morro ca tie, umd from thla they were never out of eight of the clinae and woe "within two miles of the de...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

I ,WBS El Tlio Army and Navy Pounding Away at Santiago do Cuba, TORAL WOULDN'T SURRENDER, Suaflrr Demanded Unconditional Capitulation---Ills Army In In Hiliutld Condition for a Hatlle Rein forcements Have Arrlvril and Ilia TrooM llnva Strong- IiilloliHiinniiU, Washington, ' July U.Tliu bom bardment of Huntlugo by lmitl mid huh bus begun. At o'clock Sunday after n oiiii Admiral Sampson with lib battle ships, und (ionurul Shuftor, with thu siege guns, which, at an Immense cost of labor, had been placed lu position, ln-yri u to drop shells Into the city. This bombardment will continue until the tlmo Is regarded an ripe for a land assault on tlio city, which will prob- Rbly bo to-duy, Then, unless the well Inld plaiiN if the American command ors full fur short of accomplish ment, Santiago must capitulate. I When (Icnerul Torul offered to hiir render tlio city on condition that ho bo permitted to withdraw hU uriny, with colors flying, (Icnerul Shuftor promptly replied that only uncondi t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

"I'm So Tired!" As tired In the morning when I to to bed I Wby li It? Blinpty beoauae your blood Is Iri suoh poor, thin, sluggish condition It does not keep up your strength and you do not eet the benefit ol your sleep. To (eel ilronfr .and keop straits; Juat try the tonlo end purifying; effects of Hood'i Baraaparllla, Our word (or It, 'twill do you good. . Hood's Sarsaparllla ll America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ilia. 2t eenta. The prcalcst Atnurlcun losses will include the Bpnnlitrils who get away. It you must have your picture tuV.cn tor heaven's stilco don't pone, A both with COHMO BUTTERMILK BOA1', exiulNltely scented, U soothing and heualklul. Hold every where. The ninn who wears a linen duster on n bout excursion muy not bo In lune, but his idous o the eternal fit ness of tlitng-M aro seriously tangled. FITS P.rni.n.ntlrUured, Nontiorn.rvananeii.eftar Arki Uuy' mn ot Dr. kiln.1. (Jrtiat N.rve Huitur.r. rltnd lur KHKIC e.0 trial bull I. .nil tri.Uu. Wo. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

Butcblncon Ba3Me. Entered at lit postufloe In Hntohlnaoe, Kansas, ' m Moond olu mutter, CO. NITTLITOH CO. Proprietors. llHMl OFDMORIITION, I,00MrTA C. E. SIDLINQKR, Tiio Druggist P;esoriptloui Specialty. ', North Main Street Iltitchtnion Populist State Ticket. Chief Juellce, H, II. ALLIEN, Governor, J, W. I.EEDY, CtlTey Counlr Lieutenant Uovernor, A. M. HABVKT. Shewnse Coontjr Beoretary of Slate, V. K, IIUHII, Jewell County Treasurer, D. II. HErPLKIIOVVBII, Miami County Attorney Ucneral L, C. HOYLB, Mntirlion Comity Auditor, W. II.MOKItlH, Cherokee County CONailKWaiONAI. Congressman-el-Large, J. I). HOTKIN, Wllaon County Congreaamen, Pevanth Dlstrlut, JBIIHY HIMPBON, of Darner Comity PEOPLE'3 PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION, A dolegate convention of the people's party of Reno county wilt be held In the city of Hutchinson, on Thursday, August 11, 181)8, to be called to order at the court house at 10:00 o'clock a. m. for orgalnlzlng and appointment of committees, after which it will ad journ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

1 HPrcblAUST, .n Disease of jKjeEar, Noee and Throat. OUnh'I HrlimtlAi'ally Adjuatnd. Offlo In Ha uiilo temple, HaUililnaou, KauSM, LOCAL AMU rEAONAL. There have already been several post .harvesting drunk reported at police court. The reformatory board mot the fore part of tills week aud paroled , nine of the iDQiatee. The people of South Uu'olilnson are to enjoy the privileges of free mall de livery hereafter, that postollee being abolished. The Dostou Dloomer Girls, a olub of reputed crack players, will play bull here to day, aud will doubtless bring a good crowd. , t Mrs. Leuck, who was shot In the arm by a sky rocket on the Fourth and eo seriously hurt, is doing very well and her arm will be saved. Ben Nueuautu, proprietor of the Star Clothing store, goes to New York la a few days to buy his fall stock of goods, lie tells us it will be bigger than ever. Hon. Win. M Campbell, a member of the board of railroad commission ers, stopped over night in the city last week ou bis way ho...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

THE GAZETTE. t 0, KKTTLKtON CO. K. U, NrrrMrroK, Kit nnTciiiNfloN, K.INSA& , Ahr, ITKMM or IKTKKKMT. The county Jul! at Sterling ha been tomplrtcd. The new government bond nre in lemaud at Lawrence, Last week' Issue of the Cluy Center Tlinoicontulned notice of seven mar riage, The meadow king of Lhin county In J. 8. Balycat, who bu commenced bar venting and bulling bin crop of 1,B(K) acre. He expect to ship 2,M ton of bay this season, Albert Hvlinell, one of the Donlphun sounty recruit write hoiuu from Damp Algor Haying: "Thl soldiering la the first job I have had thut loould aot get mild and quit." For omo tiro punt the wife of a far mer living near Clifton hu been mo 111 that it wim Impossible for her husband to leave her bedside, und a few Any tgo twenty-two of UIh neighbor turn ed out and cultivated IiIh (torn for liliu, The celebration i .oM''ourtli of .July ran rutber premature at Hutchinson. A wholo case of I'linnon cracker be came ignited while unloading them ind explode...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

) ,?5P The GolJ-Bu? papers have the imoerlinejice to talk about jpod tim:s beinff "with us." Of course they 1112111 with the 111211 who toil not, but who accumulate weajth by means of bonds and contracted currency. As a nutter of fact A 112s are "harder" now than they have been since 1893 National Democrat. ON FALLING PRICES. ARE THEY A BLESS1NQ OR A CURSE? tbe Kftt of Kiillln 1'rU-e on tlie Far mcr, th Manuruitturrr, the I.ufoorlnff Man, the Hualurw Man uml the Kali- road Man. ' Are falling prices a blessing or a curse? Thin question may com needless. Every business mnn knows that a fall 0 prices Is a bad thing1. Yet the fail ure to fully understand the cyll effect of a gencrall full of prices Is why so many peoplo ore deluded Into believ ing that the gold standard Is a Rood thing. The gold standard press generally talks about the money question as though it had no relation to prices. As a matter of fact the money question Is simply and 'solely a question of prices. What docs the d...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 July 1898

TH8 PHOT THAT..6n THE DAY. . - :: 'Mi',.'" -i. . . , HI firlLL . .101 DAN, lb ill ilia four oKl criig;o nthalbrlirhf llie((lyof May, ,; , , Ons ulii) ih-hneil muml tlit-aprlil KiihoM MinllOiv' ' ' 0( Dewey much hai bom' huen fold; 111 fame mil u will fMile, i)nt lu ihu until Ihul Ih-etf th diut Wo tribute hat Iwen paid. If happened thm-thongh. carcely known That on projrotlln trui) Struck Spaln'i proud flat; ahlfi full attern, And jileriwd lior through and through. "Hli'iiu I'hilellua" waa Irir uuiiie, Tbo pride of flpalu't whole flaati Armed and Klitled wall with atevl, Nona oould wild liar oipt, The buttle on-what noise and ahoiil Our ihlin tliawu up In line The Hpuiilih huttorln quick ate atillud, From them uow cuinea no l(n. llontiijo ilanda upon Ida deck, Spain' oolor fly o'erhead , 11 llttlu inluka or whal'a In eloro Nor fuller lu hit tread. The Halllmnre, of Dewey' fleet, Then proudly led mlmnte. No ahot waa llreil, no touud waa heard, She neeuied to watch her chance. Then Sp...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TI1E PEOPLE'S PARTI AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, T ti UKSD A J J U LY 21, 1898. NO. 40. vol. a OLD GLORY TRIUMPHS It Floata Above- the Governor's Polnoo 111 Santiago do Cuba. FORMAL SOHESDEll SUNDAY NOON. Wis BimuUli Noldlur. Lar WowuTU.lr Arui-V11I Ha ficnl Hack to tlalu-IIJolt'lu lu tho Auirrau Haulm, Waahliitfton, July 18,-The war de partment posted the following bul letin at St 16 p. m. Sunday. Santiago da Cuba, July 17. Adju tuut United State Aruiy, Wasuing toui I have the honor to announce that th Araerlcuu flug ha been tail luHtuut, 12 o'clock noon, holited over 'the house ot the civil government la the olty of Santiago. An immense concourse of people present. A squad ron of cavalry and a regiment ot in fantry presenting arms and band tpluying national air. Light battery lired sulute of twenty-one guns. I'er feet order i being maintained by municipal government. Dlstres.i is very great, but lltt'e sickness in town. Scarcely a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

THE GAZETTE. E. J. NBTTLETON CO. E. 0, NtTTLieros, Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. ANNAS ITEM OP INTKKE8T. m Eureka will toon have a telephone aystera Id operation. Coneordia scntimcnfi Is crystallzlng to favor of a curfew ordinance . Tba Moelden creamery la now turn ing out 1,400 pound of butter dally. Four hundred acres of Pottawatomie county land aoU lost week for (17,000. The people of Ellsworth county have subscribed for nearly 9100,000 worth of war bonds. No one is allowed to loiter on the streets of Wlnfleld after nine o'clock at night Decent prohibition rows at Downs haT resulted In adding one more joint to that town. A woman Is to bo nominated for county school superintendent in Jcffer Mn county, Lewis Phillips writes from Klondike to Lawrence friends stating that he has seen few Indians up thero. Salln, which has 817,000 of Idle money in the city treasury, is tulking of putting up an auditorium, 'J. R. Harrison of Sullna, postofflce Inspector has been promoted to the chief bureau ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

aft I ' - tI fORECLOSED MORTGAGED fflRMS TWO INDUSTRIES BRYAN ON CO-OPERATION. HE FAVOR3 CO-OPERATION ON THE MAIN ISSUES. Was Co-Oparatlon Itawiaa In 800, or Have Condition Changed K u to Make Unwlie now What was Will Thenf Tlie Ia.ua. ara tlia Same. "Wliilo It it always difficult toso cui'O harmonious cooperation between dlBllnct und separate political orgun- l in t loin, there are limes whoa this co- opcrHtion Is both wise and necessary, la the campaign of 1B0H tliu democrats, populists and silver republicans united in demanding tho I'tinieiUu to rcstora- tlon of Independent bimetallism at tho existing ratio of 10 to 1, and they agreed in declaring that the monoy question was o( puruinouut impor tance ut that time. The question now arises, should these three political organizations act together in tho congressional campaign of 18118. I answer without hesitation, yes. Thone who answer no must assume tho burden of proving first, that co operation was unwisa in 1800, orseo- ond, thut...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 July 1898

Ifoutcbiiuon a3ette. KnUrred t the poitofBoe In HuUihlaaoo, KkniM at aeoond ulaea matter. I.g.MEITLlTON CO. "roerlitora. f anus Of duiKiimoM, l ,00 M Yea C. E. S1DLINGKR, TlioIDiraggist Inscriptions Specialty. Sorth Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Chief Juulce, . H. ALLEN, Governor, J. W. LEEDY, Ccltny Couniy Lieutenant Governor, A. M, HAllVET, Bhawneo Coantjr Beoretsry of State, W, X, IIUHII, i , Jewell CuuRty Treasurer, D.1I. HEFFLKUOWEIt, Mill ml Comity Attorney General L. C. IIOYLE, lloiirbon County Auditor, W. H.MOIUII3, (hiruket County CONOllKSrHIONAIj. Congreasman-at-Lerge. J, D. IIOTKIN, Wilson County Congressman, Beventh District, JEHHY SIMMON, f Barber County PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION. A dolegate convention of the people's party of Reno county will be held In the city of Hutchinson, on Thursday, August 11, 1808, to be culled to order at the court bouse at 10:00 o'clock a. m. for organizing and appointment of committees, after which It will ad journ to...

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