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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

) Du'3, w M'nni"t' U1MCC1.A XiTMT, ,i ' bicattei of Eyo, Ifinr, Noso anJ TUroai. aiu8')Hili.iitlilfRlly ArtjiiHiml. OIHoa In Mu mule '.',iMiI, Ilutoliliuou, iUn. MMIAL AND PEftAO.f Ali. Don't iniaj Iiotu'Inpt Governor Leody a!, tlio audilorlun next Tuesday. IlenryOclHurttor the Fair, has re turned from a i rip to the Omaha ex position. The mttmitfmucut of the city hay markot will clmnija hands the Urst of next month. Claud r.atoii. deputy county dork has returned from un extendod trip in Uennsylvania. Dick Rophor of Meclora township, left Tuesday nlcht for tlm Omaha ex position tc bo Rone several weeks. Mi. McEhorry, who for several years has been jraln buyer at Abbyylilo, is erecting a new elevator at I'levua. A llounse ti marry was granted last week l.o Kdwnrd 0. Huftmau and Le onora O.'liittoroon, both of Hutchin son. Tad Cole, son of the old populist leader, J .i. cole, has beeu hereon business 1 Us mother is also bore on a visit. We are Informod that I'd. Slilve, son of John Bh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETTLETON A CO. K, 0, NsnrrroN, Kil. nuxcniNsoN, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF IXTISHKBT. - ' Newton will raise the taxes to fy ff the city debt. A contagious disease li killing many of the hogs In Iiutlor county. Council Grove citizens want the weeds in that town cut down. , Wichita county claim to have two carload of wheat for every voter. The IIiuUcll footbull teum at Law rence have already commenced prao ' tice. Counterfeit money I bobbing up In the wake of a circus which is milking Kansas, The Chlckamuugii boy have had leu trouble than nny other body of Kama troop, Most of the paper of Knnsa point with pride to the statement of the lo cal bank in their last issue, On voting SdS.OOO bond to buy the water work plunt, 287 peoplo at Ar" liansaaClty voted ugulnst It, Since the colored voluntoer of To peka have been paid off they are the swcllest coon In nil Topeka, A nice Jersey calf, belonging to a llutler county man, drank a half pint of white paint. Naturally, the cul...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

es THE FARMER India ends- f?rf$&- JfS;L, ' The Farmerlast yesr'you said the high price of wheat was caused by the Re publican party. . Now what i want you to explain is this: What party has caused the present low price?" Campaigner "Yes, that's simple; this infernal silver coinage agitation is the cause of it. Farmer "But didn't you just tell me that the silver issue was dead?" Campaigner (Confused) "Yes, but the deader it is the lower the price of wheat-er-oh-I mean the higher the price. Oh you ignorant clod-hoppers make me tired." Exit Campaigner. STAND UP FOR KANSAS. GOV. LEEDY DEFENDS THE . STATE AT VALLEY PALLS. Tho Bint Way to Stand up for Kansas 1 lo Tell the People of the Adminis tration of the Affairs of Hie Htata by the l'opulliti. The populist state campaign was op ened by Governor Leedy at Valley Falls last Thursday. In bis speech he (aid thai he did not propose to give at tention to national politics in the pres ent campaign to any greater extent than would bo neces...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

Farmers' Correspondence. toukk ixr.M. Mm. M. E. Voder is viRiliiig friend in OrtliUj, MiHimirl, F.d. Uallcy him luturtiel homo f.'om a vliJl in Indlniiti. J.N. Tiinlor will go t Cincinnati, on , A, R, eietiriiloii and vlalt frioiidn in Inditiua. Kcv. L, Hull i f Wakefield, Kaunas, but formerly (if tills pluco, in vlsitiii!; frioiidti her. M r, U nil In it iwmhmit milliliter (if tlm ('i"i;'i'e;.iitioiial cluir-)i, in mi "Id toldicr "ml Uiif) been a lifetime republican, Lint hij') b cannot nippuit Stanley f )i' ijrivf rnnr. Morrill NiircwiloJ in strndillliiK tint MA:AJiki"i!i uml tlit pi-ontliera four yi uco, lmt It hum that Manley'i If;;-1 lire loo short. "(In' Stanley. fn!" in Hm (.lonii of t). rnpiib. Jtonii party, but Innv an Hut poor man s'ot, "on'' union In? can pet mliudille, - . D"ii't foiuol, Unit (J . .MoKlniitry ; Co. v, ill HI liiixijleu for tlio nxt thirty luyii at factory price. i'lin fnimcrii iiri: biiey ploivitiir '"r vilnvii, mill niuliiiii; buy. A. Ji. ( Viba it U, u...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

'' hlstotlonl sociltf THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTOIIINSON, KANSAS, TIIURSDAV. SEPTEMBER!, 1893. vol. a NO. 5; A PEACE GUARANTEE The Czar of Russia Favors Inter national Poaoe, ISSUES A REMARKABLE DOCUMENT. Jtl. Irout to Inaugurate u lira ut Uootl Will AmuiiK Mu, hf m littuoral IlLarmaiuuul , j of Mallow. fit. Petersburg, August SO. By or- taloff, tie foreign minister, on the Idb iiut. 'handed to the foreign dip- loinuts at tit. Petersburg note de olarlng tli at the imiliitMiaiioe of peace and the reduction of the exocs We armaments now crushing all nu t'ton la 'the ideal for which all gov ernment outfht to strive. Mil ...i,i r.-uan. ... - "The mnln-tenance of general peace and tho possible reduction of the ex- eemlve artnainenU whloli weigh upon all nation present theniaelrei In ex-! istlng condition to the whole world as an Ideal toward which Hue eudeuv ors of all government should be di rected. The humanitarian and mag nanimous...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

Women always think they mean enhut they say at the exact roonont ley say It. i To Cor Gonttlpatloa Forerer. Take Caaoarets, Candy Oothartlo. I0o or Mo. lU 0. G. fall to oura, druwUt. refuml monoy. Ololf stockings oovor a multitude of atttns. Raad tha AdrertlaomenU. Tou will enjoy this publication much tntter if you will get In tho hublt of sanding the advertisements; thoy will ajtord most interesting study and aomo excellent bargains, Our adver tisers are rullublo, and scud whut they giver Use. TRAVEL VEST THIS YEAR. tha Tourl.t Seek, tin Muunialna lUther Than the Saanhora and Lake. The periods of Western migration of jeople vary with the yearn. Some 'mes the attractions of tho East over come the dlstusto to long travel, and lie flood of excursionists Is In that di rection, but, latterly, the beauties and tjenents of Colorado sconery nnd air Idve tipped the scalos of doubting .Binds In favor of the groat central vitamer resort of the continent. Tho (resent summer has been a Western ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

nlec v Are the danger signals ol Impure blood. They show that the stream of life li In bad oondltlon, that beelth U In danger of wreck. Clear the tnok by taking Hood's Barsapartlla and the blood will be made pure, complexion fair and healthy, and llfe'i Journey pleaaant and sucoeasful, ! li America's Oreateit Medicine, $1 1 ill for 11 Hood's Pllli ure ludlgeiUoo, biUoiume. When a roan moot his wlfo down town ho always wonders what it will cost htm. Tha average man thinks the sermon applicable to every man In tba con gregation but himself. You never know some people until you hive had a money transaction with them. Don't feel that you are in duty bound to break the record, your neck or your wheel. Never rcfiiHO to accept crumbs of lomfort because they are not wholo bakurlos of bliss. Don't think all men who tread the boards are actors, Some of them work In lmnlinr vartla. CORMO BUTTKRMII-K TOILET ROA.P makes the Ma soft, white and bealtby. bold everywhere. rollticluns should employ w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

Tfoutcb.raon Gwette. Entered il'the postoftloe In Hutohlnsoa, Kinsai ii Moood olui nutter. E, . NSTTLCTOH CO. rroprlaten. fniiMl or dunciiPTioM, 11.00 niTu C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiio Druggist F.-escrlptlous a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Associate Justice, ti. II, ALLEN, Linn County, Governor, J, W. LEEDY, Coffey Comity Lieutenant Governor, A. M, HAUVET. Shawnee Coanty Bauretary of Stale, W. E. 1IUHII, Jewell County Treasurer, D. If. HEFFLKIIOA'Elt, Miami County Attorney Uenerai L. 0. IIOTLE, llntirbnn Comity Auditor, W. II. MOHIIIH, Cherokee County Bute Siiperlnlenflaut. Win 6UYKKR, Hartoo County CONOItKHSIONAIj. Congrcssman-it-Large, J. I). IIOTK1N, Wilson County Congreasmin, Seventh Dlatrlot, JEUKY SIMPSON, of Dirtier County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk District Conrt, FAT H.MITH, Of Hutcblnoin, Coonty Attorney, WILLIH E. VINCENT, of Clay Township rrouato Jndge, FHED TIIOHP, of Haven Township (Superintendent of Schools, U. A. DRAPER, of Sylvli Township Jtepre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

JJIl. J, W, MAOUIltK, BHfliOIAlilST, ' .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose nnJ Throat. Hm Scientifically AdJunM. Offlo In Hi uulu Temple, HiiUiblnaoii, Kama. LOCAL AND PEHMOllAt. We call tlifl attention o( cuttle rali erstotbe ad. of Knight and Jetton who bave cattle for tale. U Boy Cramer, Fred Casner's law (partner last winter, bas taken up newspaper work to Iowa. Hon. Jerry Simpson was In the city Monday to meet with the congress lonkl exeontlve committee. II. n, Wm. Mitchell and wife ot jluntevllle, expect to start for the Omaha exposition tlila week. It Is reported that the creamery at tiego In Hull towoBhlp, was burned on Friday night, being a complete loss. . Lyman Nauglu ot tbe Wellington Voice, and chairman of the Seveutb district coogreasional committee, was In the city Monday. Mr Parke Johnson and wife have just returned fiom a wedding trip to Colorado, and will Wave soon for Vir ginia to vlHlt trlends, Green Shields and Peck Core were trled'lu Esq. Morris's court Tuesday and W...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

THE GAZETTE, -j b. o. nkttmctos a co. E. O. NTT.rro, Ed. HUTCHINSON, . KANSAS, ANSA! ITKMH OF INTEREST. Ottawa li having a hard time with pooka, One former near Solomon li said to tiara two hundred acrci In watcrinel una. A nan living In MoPhcrson county haa alarmed the entires by beating hta wife. Green Kaffir la getting in Its work on stock; the usuul thing at this season of the year, Kansas hns nearly one hundred and fifty distinct species of weeds and thore are others yet to corao. It Is said that a Cowley coir . ty dairy' man, out of consideration for his cus toraers, filters his water. A Kansas far-nor says there will be more whent In Kansas this year than riecretary Cohurn figures on. Tom Norton, nn old time Kansas newspaper boy, hns got In lo the legal department of the Suuta l'o at Chi- C'HgO. A southern Kansas mnn does not drink water because ho says that ho has a cast-Iron constitution nnd he Is ufruld It would rust it, A Reno county furmer put flOO pounds of watermelons ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

AGUT MM AMBITION It Knows No Bounds and Like as Not He Will Insist On Ruling the Philip pine Islands. The most pcrploxliij Question of tho war with Spain la yet to bo met. This la tlio deposition of tho Philippine In lands nnd lncltlcutnlly the disposition of Agulnaldo and his bund a of Insur gents. That tho leader of the Insur gents hna boon playing fast and loose with Dowey since his return to Manila on the Olympla baa been fully demon strated" upon several occasions, and It Is n fact that for tho past three weeks he has been tho chief cause of concern to both Admiral Dowey and Gen. Mer rltt. They have prepared themselves for any trickery on tho part of Aguln ahlo nnd havo been keeping a close watch upon blm, In consequence of which he had boon so far kept In chock. But how long wjll ho remain passive? His declaration appointing himself dic tator was not recelvod by Admiral Dewey with the enthusiasm that the Insurgent loader hoped for. In fact, he was rather put out by the way the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 September 1898

Wild vMh' WPALpBILi: And Congress of Rough An Apocalipse of Horsemanship. Living, Romantic, '.Historic, Heroic, .Realistic Action- 1,100 Real Representrtive Men and Horses. All umler the personal command of nni ni n tnrw "buffalo jJh. VV. 1J)UI, BILL" Who will piMitivfly li in the awhile ami take pint In ewry afternoon anil evening exhibition. For (he first time, the stupendous, aplemlhl, thrilling buttle BTlUl.tlll'l. Custer's Xast Charge. K ntroiliii-liiir SOU Win rl iv- ami St-eil. The ni''l wnmlerful Willi 11 .s Aruli (iHnn.-ti. Tin- Virgin lt-fl U H.trwli.i'lt. United Sni'fs ( -' - Artilleiy in .-elion. Wild (.'oiiclt !iii.ti'iiiei) of the Ciiui'iiMiUi'. Itiiii- aUk tier (lend-Hlio'f, el' Itch sexes, Crack Bare-Back Riders of the BUCK1NC Argentine Guachos With Bolas. Cowboys and Outlawed Bucking Bronchos, Hero Horsemen from the Cuban Patriot Army. Mexican YuqiiHioti with the I.asnn. Xnma'llc nnd international races. Fierce sav ages on the war path Hunting 1I10 last of buffalo. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

ta uUWrwal wniMf Mm 5 . - " xjjej OPPHMAL ORGA.N OF TUB PKOPLB'H PARTY VUi PARMKR8 ALLIANCE OP RKNO COUNTY. V0L 9 HUTOHNSOnTN 8,1898. NO. 1. A CRUSUING DEFEAT, English Army WIna a Viotory In Esrypt. Great (HE MAHDl'S FORCES ROUTED. m Illi of Chinese Gordon avenged -DsuvUhe'e Naur BluugUtered bf lb Tuouwuds by IUull ' rir Hun. Omdurman, Opposite Khartoum, on the Nile, Nuhla, Sept. i.Uy camel Post to Nasri. The sirdar General Sir Herbert Kltuhener, with the khalifa's black standard, captured during the battle, entered Omdurman, the capi tal of Mahdlam, at 4 o'clock this al ternoon, at the head of the Anglo Kgyptlan colunia, after completely routing the dervishes and dealing a leath blow to Mtihdlam. ltoughly our losses were 200, while thousand of the dervishes were killed and wounded. Last night the Anglo-Egyptian army entered at Agal.n, eight mllea from Omdurman. The dervishes were tliree miles dlHtant. At dnwn today our cavalry, putrolllng toward Om durman, discovered the enemy ad v...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

... . , , w Anglo-Egyptian Troops Utterly An nihilato Thorn. THEIR ATTACK BRAVELY MET, Fanatic, Couiolleil to tllve Wity to lla tlilluo Were Literally Mown Dnwu Iluirlimmtt Mult to Coiiumnlea, (ho I.ut trr In Rqueile Ulf Under Ntliuilarila. OMMHIMAN, ON TI1IC NlI.K, Xllbllt, Sept. !. Tlio slrilur Ouucrul Sir Her bcrt Kitchener, with tlio lcliiillfn's blnrk htrinclard, captured (lurlngf tlio buttle, i-ntered Oiiulurmnn, tlio capital of Muliilluiii, nt 4 o'clock thin after noun, ut the head of tho Anglo-Effyp' tlun column, after completely routing th dervishes and (Icullng a .iluntli blow to Muhdlam, Monthly our Ioksch were 500, while tllOllMlIM of tlio dervishes were killed mid wounded. Uint night the Anglo-Kfryptlun iii'uiy cucumpert at Agiil.u, eight miles from Uuidurmiin. The dervishes were three miles Ulbtout. At dawn to-tluy our oAvalry, patrolling toward Oimliiriimii, dlHi'nvured the enemy uilviinuliig to the attack In battlo army, chanting war songs, Their front consisted of ....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

WORKS OF AnTi u. BtulneM DonM Jjfol Had II roulbU lot Kftf One to Foeeeea i litem. Probably at no tlma In the wr,a tutor has ao much intention been ld to " interior decoration ot Ws as at present. No boiM, no uauar "ow bumbls, 1b without its . i.L "w ., h.in. lo beautify tha rjartmenu and ".Y. tba surround i,.rfni. Tha tasta of tha American peopls baa kept pace with tba ate, and almost every day brings forth something new In the picture; a draping, a piece of turnltura or aoma form of mural decoration. On ot the latest of tUeae baa been iIysb. to the world by tba celebrated artist, Muvllle, in a aerlei of tour bananome porcelain game plaques. Hot for yean bua anything as band tome In tbli line been seen. Tba sub locta represented by tbcee plaques are American 'WIU Duclis. Aujorlcan IHisasant, American Quail and IfinKlleU Bnlpe. They are handsome palntlnga and are eHpeclally designed for bang i. nn rtininir-rnom walls, tnouga tliolr richness and beauty entitlos tbem n niaca In the na...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

t)titcbiiwon Cfoettc. Entered at th pootoffloe In Hutohlneon, Etntu M teoona olu matter. I. t.NETTLETON a CO. Proprietors, OTTO fauns or duioirrioK, 11.00 raaTiA C. B. SIDLINQER, Tlio Druggist descriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Popnlist State Ticket. Aiaoclate Jiutlc, H. H. ALLEN, Line County. Covernor, J, W. LEBOY, Coffey t'onnly .ieuuin:iai uuTvmor, A. M, HAKVBT. Shawnee County Beorotary of State, W. I. IIUHH, Jewell County 'i reaenrer, D.U. HEfTLEIlOWBR, Miami Comity Atternoy General L. C. IIOTLE, lluurbon County Auditor, W, II. MOItltlH, ,'hrokce County Stnto Boperintendsot. Win bTltTKEU, lUrtoa County COXO IIK88ION Ali. Congreinnun-at-Large, J. D. BOTKIN, Wllaon County Congreeaman, Seventh Dletrlot, JEDHY SIMMON, of Barber County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk Dletrlct Court, FAT SMITH, of Hutcblnoan, ConlTty Attorney, WILLIS B. VINCENT, of Clay Township Probate Judge, FRED THORP, of Haven Township Huperlntendelit of Mchooli, M. A. DltAI'KH, of Sylvia Townahlp Reprere...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

a-- J).J. W. MAGCIRH, SPJfiClALMT, .'n Discuses of Eye, Eur, Noso anJ Tuvont. OUfuci Nc.tcntlfli'nllr Adjuatrd. OiSm In Ma oiilo Templo, lluUifilnwu, KaulM, A. P. Roy hot been sued for divorce by his wife Fanny Roy. Judge Frank Hettinger and wife liave gone for a visit In the East. Mary . Bowers has tiled a petition 4 or a divorce from Iter husband Fred Dowers. In summer be ready for winter fleetns to be tbe moral of Tuesday's change of temperature. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thomas of Ar llngton, celebrated their forty-second wedding anniversary tout week. A marriage license was granted to Henry W. Rose and Katie Hardy, both of Little River township, last week. The parents of the Drs. Holloway, who have been here on a visit for sev eral weeks, have returned to their home In Indiana. Read the ad, of Winnie & Morse No 22 South Main. They have a store uncommonly well stocked and quote you some remarkable prices this week. Ex-County .Superintendent C. 1' Dawson has been elected superintend ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 September 1898

THE GAZETTE, E. 0. NETTLETOM A CO, B. Q, NKTTI.KTON, Ed. , HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, I KANSAS ITKMS Ott INTKREST. , Tha Lawrcnco olectrlo stroot rail way bus been granted a right-of-way across tlio Kaw river. Tlie tolopliona company is making rapid progress In connoetlug two now lines from Wichita to Arkansas City. Juines Young, the quartermaster at Frisco, a volunteer from Kansas, who was convicted of dishonesty, will get u year In the federal prison. Jerry Simpson said at Denver that tlie report circulated tliut Kunsans were using stenin mortgage cancullurs was Just a ltltlo exaggerated. A tramp in eastern Kansas became enraged becauso a woinun refused Mm something to eat. Whereupon bo pull ed out a roll of ubout 9500 and showed licr. There are swindlers in all classes of pcoplo. ' A furin bund named Hen Now Is not altogether old. Ho swindled a lut of funnors in Sumner county and skipped. Tho Santa Fe offers to give free ' transportation to tho Hawaiian queen who will como from Frisco t...

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

WANTS TO : l Uncle Sam: "Now (here's a man that's got lots of gall. Three months ago he tried to prevent me from licking Spain. " STAND UP FOR KANSAS. IN SPITE OF REPUBLICANS THE STATE STANDS WELL. ' rhr o llottor Way to Stiiml op for Kunixt Than to Show to tlio World AVImt bus Moen Aoooniiillthcd In tbo Htute by I'oiIInui. Tlio Wisconsin republican conven tion passed and then renomlnntecl a man for governor who votood an anti pass bill and who franked bis family cow by cxpio&s from bis homo to tlio slate capital. Tlio. city of llcrlngton bas a deficit In tho incomo of Its muniulpul 1 it'll t plant occuslonod by trying lo run It by charging too low a rate. Tho rates will bo raised a little aud tbo plant will not bo abuudoned as republican papers alloge. Scnatnr Feffcr snys that lie is not running for trovornor on tho prohibi tion ticket with any hope of election but that bis object Is to senre Stanley and Ldedy Into enforcing tbo law. ' The Kansas City Journal snys that populist...

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

jBufflo 33 ill s "DUFPAL0 BILL And Congress of Rough Elders of the World. An Apocalipse of Horsemanship. Livlriir, Jfommitic, Historic, Heroic, JiealiHtic Action. 1, 100 Real Represenirtive Men and Horses. A.I muter the n tl ooninniiid of COL. W. F. CODY, Who will positively l)i In tin . r l. H.- evening exhibition. For tbe llrwt tun. , it spectacle, Custcr?s 3Ls luttoiliielng Mil Wiurliirh , jJV Arab (iunniii.ip. Tli" Vhiiinl r J-. Aitilli iv In i cli. in, U Mil I tier deiid-slin H ol ln'Ui Sf. Crack Bare United BUCKING Argentine Guachos With Bolas. Cowboys and Outlawed Bucking Bronchos i-ierp Horsemen trom the Cuban Patriot Army. Mexican Vaiiueros with the Lasxo. Nommlle mill intfi-ntttiniuil rncxu T?Uina onv. fures on tbrt wur puili Hunting thr, lust of J" ...- wiuinn III IMHliri II If, Earth's Most Stupendous Arena. A covered Urand Stand Seating 20,000 Insuring perfert safety Htul protection frnm ami unit ruin Tin. nl..ht ,..f,..... niHKii'llcently lighted by double electric dyn...

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