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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 June 1895

A, "4 4 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JUNE 6, 1895 Vol. 5. NO. 40. Special June Sale AT- AT 2Cc YARD. 230 yards Swivel Wash Silks, 27 inches wide, an elegaut dress and waist fabric for summer. AT 25c YARD. 1,150 yards Kai Ki Wash Silks Ml that is left of thU at 83c aud 45c tjmili- ues. AT 81c YARD. 10 pieces Mack Lawn warranted fast dragon black, iu grenedine stripes. AT27ic YARD, 50 pieces Satin Sural), 30 in wide, light and dura grounds, neat.dooigu. AT $1.00 PAIR. Gents Sedan Calf Cleveland Ties, all solid, worth $1.00. AT $1.50 PAIR. Ladiffl' Dongoln Button Shoes, put tip E and EE last, worth $1.85 HOSSERY SAMPLES. "Ve lnvo just received our Scini-Annual Lot of Hosier)- Sam plea They will sell foi about 30c oil the 1.00, at 3u, 4c, Tic, C0 '. 7c, He, 10c 12 l-2c 15c, 20c 25c, and up to 83c pair. MARTIN The only First Class Dry Goods and Millinery House in Hutchinson, Kansas. Snmmer Suits $ ri D 1...

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

THE HUTClilHSOM GAZETTE THECA2TTE fUflUBHiHC MO 'MINTINg. CO lu A. Horreir, Preeidunt. ;H.,8Fot, Seo'y A Treae. 1IITCIUK0I, KANSAS. , Senator-elect Dupont, the nowtfrr uaker, ought to be able to contribute tome lntcveatlng matter' to the niaga lines. Society girls 1ft Cincinnati have or ganized a society for the suppression o? Eossip. This looks like a covert attempt suppress society. As a factor In uplifting and sustain 4g the human race the new woman's bible can never hope to rival the old Roman's cook book: There may .and may not to su extra MBslon of congress, but the (luwiior. If the hour la, will Harvard meet Ut It football next fall? With th'j general adjournment ol itate legislatures throughout the na tion the country once more resumes the ispect of the times of .peace. . The friends of Prof. Laughlin assert that in his Joint debate with Mr. Har vey he was "all wool and a yard wide;' the other side claims ha was worsted. As aa operator in wheat and an ex pert in ruining a co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 June 1895

IIVIRGINIA W.JOHNSON. OPYRIGHT 1892 BY H.I v" ir INbRraAiiuriAb redo nosn oj CHAPTER Vt (Continued) Her thoughts dwelt on Dr. Busattl, u the first young man in whose eyes the had ever read a dawning admiration. The purchase of the dress was distinctly traceable to such a source. She was accustomed to his presence, pondered on his words during his absence, and found it agree able to watch for his return. Fickle Dolores! The unexpected intrusion of the young naval officer, Arthur Cur con, handsome, amiable and full of youthful animation, banished speedily nreference for the sallow and thin Maltese physician. Her pulses still fluttered, as the blood coursed more rapidly through her veins, at the recol lection of his visit Should she ever see him again? Why not? Then, as her needle flew, her dream deepened. The Knight of Malta, in polished armor, would come to the garden gate in a golden chariot and lead her away. Are the knights all dead, and must the world grow so old and sad as to lo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 June 1895

I&utcbinson Ba3ette. Xntortd t the postofllce In Hutchinson, Kansas, m second olasi matter. HORACE S.FOSTER, IEE A. HUTTOM. TbrmS or Subscription, $1.00 pirTiab C. E. SIDLINGER, Til IDmggist inscriptions a Specialty. H orth Main street Hutchinson It is now time for J. K. Hudson to publish the list of newspaper men who have paid oil their mortgages last year. The Coming .Nation contract has expired. Subscriptions will be re ceived at this office at 35 cents per year. Iv putting the convention off to September the republican committee dropped a great big wet blanket around the "sure thinj?" fellows. SenatokBakkk, has come out for "honest" money. This ha3 raised Merrideth's opinion of him greatly even if he was a democrat in '90, Now it is the Topeka Capital that a receiver is asked for. The first thing you know somebody will be asking that a receiver be appointed for Mor rilK The News has taken it all back.T In an; editorial last Friday it eulogizes John Sherman on bis speech befo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 June 1895

h onyeooos co. HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 175. When .n man has nothing else to be proud of, he boasts of his enemies. Most people have learned to expect great things of this store, but even the people who have learned to antici pate much have been taken by surprise have, J been astonished by this week's unprecedented low prices, here-andits little wonder- such im portant events as these -such low prices as these -below-are by no means everyday occur rences here or any where. Ladiss' Capes. Opes that were made to sell from $5.00 to $10.00 eaob, June Sle Price $1 50. LADIES CAPES that were intended to grace the shoulders of New York's most fashionable ladies'-at prices from $15 to $50.00 your choice during this Great June S ile $2.98. If you doubt, remember you are read ing the advertisement of a store that pre forms its promises. Flowers, Flowers. The greatest sale of Importers Fine Flowers on record, still con- ' tinues 2oc flowers for lOo. 50c llowers for 15c. 75c llowers for 2...

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

OLNEY WILL SUCCEED NO DOUBT REMAINS THAT GRES HAM'S PLACE IS FOR HIM. Gray Hot Available Long List of Possible , Successors to Olney The China-Japan , Treaty. Washington, June 4. There la no longer any reasonable doubt that th president has fully determined to ask Attorney General Olney to accept the state department portfolio. Senator Gray visited the White House undoubtedly in response to a telegram from the president, who It is believed would not hesitate to offer Mr. Gray a place In his cabinet were it not for the fact that his retirement from the sen' ate would almost certainly result in the election of a Republican as his succes sor. It is thought that up to this time, the president has not definitely de cided upon Mr. Olney's successor. long list om names are being discuas- ed, but everything lu that connection Is purely speculative. Ex-Postmaster General Don M. Dickenson, It Is said would be very likely of appointment if he would accept. A possibility is Mr, Holmes Conrad of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 June 1895

WLEK'ti REVIEW W BRIEF NOTABLE HAPPENINGS FROM THE WORLD AT LARGE. BofleADoivn For Buy Minds TnCo Nutshells Giving Valuable Infor mation of the Great Passing Show as (j leaned from the Wire Reports. Th gold reserve is climbinp up close to the loo,0()0,000 mark. The heat In London May 20 was the greatest in thut city on that date lor 37 years. The public debt less cash In the treasury is placed at something over 5913,000,000. The loss caused by the petroleum blazo at Harbour is estimated at 2,000,000 marks. 1 Three Iiritith warships have gone to Jcridah to investigate the murder Of the Vico Consul. The government revenue receipts for May were 825,600,000, 83,000,000 more than May, 1894. A tlii-ce-days' festival of Missouri Valley Turners was begun at Kunsus City, Mo., Saturday. The controversy between Mormons ond Christians at El Dorado Springs, Mo., is waxing warm. Mrs. Andrew Grimmer of Qnincy, 111., was sentenced to ono year in the penitentiary for bigamy. The German Binictalllrt ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 June 1895

Now Lawyer. Herman TTouk. son of Judge L Houk, has been admitted to the bar, Chanced Hindi. Mr. E. Stotts has aeain sold the Grand Central hotel, this time to Mr. Eben Jones. Disastrous) Fire. Last Saturday several business houses of Nickerson were completely destroyed bv Gre. flmaahetl. Last Wednesday while the workmen were putting in the large plate glass windows of J. D. Werner & Uo 8 new store broke one of them. The value of the glass was over one hundred dollars Out ofUnninexii. Mr. Sol Raff, who for many years has been eneaeed in the dry goods busl aess in this city, has sold his stock of sraorta to a Kansas City firm. The goods are being packed for shipment !hang-eil Hands. J. W. Kanaga, has sold his stock of Rroceries to Smith Bros., who will con J"n V..rtlof o nt fhn aM ofrinrt The boys aid well and favorably known and will do the square thing with their customers. The Rain. The long looked for rain commencod earning lastThursday no general rain fell until Sunday mornin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

I TT Tf r4y THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JUNE 13, 1895; VOL. 5. NO. 41. Special June Sale AT AT 20c YARD. 530 yards Swivel Wash Silk, 27 inches -fid, ad elegant dress awl wnit fabric for summer. ' A T 2c YARD. 1,150 yards Kal Kb! Wash Silks ll .t is left of this at 85c and 45c quuli- that ties AT 8Jc YARD. 10 pieces Blaok Lawn warranted, fast dragon black, iu grenadine stripes. AT 27ic YARD, 60 pieces Satin Surah, 30 in wide, light mad dark grouuds, neat design. AT $1.00 PAIR. Gents Sedan Calf Cleveland Ties, all solid, worth $1.50. AT $1.50 PAIR. Ladies' Dongola Button Shoes, pat tip 33 and EE last, worth $1.85 HOSIERY SAMPLES. We have just received our Semi-Annual Lot of Hosiery Sam plesThey will sell foi about 30c on the $1.00, at 3c, 4c, 5c, Gc 7e, Do, 10c 12 l-2c 15c, 20e 2jc, ami up to 83c pair. P. RaARTflN The only First Class Dry Goods and Millinery House in Hutchinson, Kansas. Just Like Han...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

THE HUTCHINSON DAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBUSHINS AND PRINTING CJ In A. DOTTOK, President H. S. KORTKR. 6eo'j ft Treaa. HUTCHiSSON, mm Whftt, the rains started the sunshlM will ripen. Self-gratification dissipation. Is a lonely sort of When acetylene comes In, gas will b the light that falls. We wonder what the "man's page' in the dally newspaper of 1900 will be like. Salem, Mass., should look to her lau rels. Faterson, N. J., claims to be the center of witchcraft. Chief Whirlwind is dead, but the ob ject after which he was named still manages to be around. Properly a young woman named Noyes took the first prize for piano playing at Hutchinson. It seems queer that the tramp never Is portrayed on the stage. He is often caricatured, but never reproduced. People seldom kill themselves In the iity of Brooklyn. When they get tired f life they simply quit dodging trol ley cars. Michigan has gone back to hanging as a punishment for murder in the first degree. This may properly bo called a late ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

r t it Iad arithmetic. A PLUTOCRATIC PAPER COM PLAINS ABOUT IT.. The Treasury Official Fix Vp Their Their Tables So That Only Bank B ,. pert Caa - Comprehend Them And - They Differ. From the Globe-Democrat. There la much for complaint aa to the manner In which figures are pre sented by tho treasury department for the inforraatloa of the people with re gard to the financial affairs of the gov ernment. If anything In the world should be made easy to understand, it is matter pertaining to the transac tion of the public business and the cus tody and application of the public fnnria nut in fact, it is Dractlcally im possible for the majority of intelligent pltlzpna to derive from me ireabuij afotomonts Hnv definite and satlsfac tnrv knnwledee in this relation. It IS to be presumed that the figures are ac curate, but they are so tabulated as to thorn hsvnnd ordinary comprehen sion. There is a way of unraveling their mystery and getting at their real meanine. but it is a secret or. me ex n...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

l&utcbinson (Sa3ette. Jtntered t tbe postoffice In Hutchinson, Kmil, as second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Firms or Subscription, $1.00 per Yeas C. E. SIDLINGER, Inscriptions a Specialty, lnorth Main street Hutchinson CALL FUR OCXTY (OJiVE.VllOJi Tho people's party nf I!ono c unity will incut at its regular voting placed ou Wednesday, July IT, lsuS, lortbe pnrpoae of electing delegate tj the conuty convention lo bv held in iiutuhiu oii, Augiut U, l.vjs and for the ,'lrd commlj Bioners district convention :o be-held at Pio'iiu, September H, le'JS, nd uljo to elect one mem ber of tbe conuty coutral committee for the en auing yeur. j iiu oittccs for which candidates are to be nominated aru as followe: County Treasurer. Couniy Clerk. Register of Deeds. Sherilt. Surveyor. Coroner. County Commissioner Third District. Said primaries shall be held in Hie country pre cincts between tbe hours of 2 o'clock and 5 o'clock f. M. and la the cities of Hutchinson and Nickwon b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

DRYSQQOS CO. HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 175. When n man h3S nothing else to be proud of, he boasts of his enemies. Most people have learned to expect great things of this store, but even the people who have learned to antici pate much have been taken by surprise have, been astonished by this week's unprecedented low prices, here-andits little wonder-such im portant events as these -such low prices as hese -below-are by no means everyday occur rences hero or any where. Ladiss Capes. Capes that were made to sell from S5.00 to $10.00 eacb, June Sale Price $1.50. LADIES CAPES that were intended to grace the shoulders of New York's most fashionable ladies' at prices from $15 to $50.00 your choice during this Great June Sale 82.98. If you doubt, remember you are read ing the advertisement of a store that pre forms its promises. Flowers, Flowers. The greatest sale of Importers Fine Flowers on reoDrJ, still con tinues 25c flowers for lOo. 50c flowers for 15c. 75c flowers for 20c. Ooo fl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

LICKED UP BY FIBE. ROUND HOUSE AT ARKANSAS CITY IS WIPED OUT. Burned At Midnight Both Baddlng and Content! are a Total Loss-Flames War to Fierce to Cheek. Arkansas City, June 11. (Special.) The Santa Fe round house was burned to the ground here tonight The blaze la still raging at this hour but it is only feeding on the skeleton of what was a magnificent building three hours ago. Before midnight every engine In the yards began to shriek. The steam whistles were turned loose and the peo ple they terrified Jumped out of their beds In their night clothing not know ing what had happened, and still the whistles shrieked in distress. The night was fine, a pale moon shed her light over the calm city and the people were at a loss to account for the strange and terrible noises caused by the Iron hors es of the Santa Fe. Finally a pillar of Are was seen to rise over the tree-fringed horizon and they all shouted "Are in the Santa Fe yards." Just then the fire bell rang nd volunteer firemen wer...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

A LIVING. SHADOW REMARKABLE TRANSFORMA TION OF A NORTH CARO L1NA MAN. Strange, but True, Storr from the Lnm bar Region of a Southern State. (From the Greenville, N. C, Reflector.) The following Interview has Just been given our reporter by Mr. O. A. Baker, the overseer at the farm of Col. Isaac A. Sugg of Greenville, N. C. It will Inter est any one who has ever had typhoid fever. Mr. Baker said In part: "I was living In Beaufort county, and on the 2d day of October, 1893, I was MtirA ...i t v. tvnhnM fever. 1 BlI II-IVT7JI uwwii nun , - -- --- had the best physicians to attend me and on the 15th day of January, 1894, I was allowed to get up. I was emaciated, weak and had no appetite. I could only drag along for a short distance ana would be compelled to sit down and rest. This continued for some time and I began to give up hope of ever getting well. I lost my position In Beaufort county and having secured one In Pitt county, clerking In a store, I undertook It, but was so weak I cou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 June 1895

Glbllll PAROOli, Justice at Last is Granted Charles Giblin, Of New York by, Governor - Morton. Our readers are by beresay well ac quainted with tbe unfortunate Clias Giblin, In whose interest tbe former editor of this paper went to New York to help concentrate tbe many plans to bring the case before Gov. Hill. This much was done but seemingly availed nothing. Since that time Giblin's friends have presistently fought his case and at last be is a free man , as the following letter will explain: St. Luke's Hospital, ) New Yokk, June?, 18U5. f Mr- Horace Foster, My Dear Sir:-Owing to the friendly interest taken in the unfortunate writer by your kind hearted brother, Mr. Warren Poster, when he edited the Gazette, the efforts which he put forth on my behalf to which I feel you contributed, and tbe work done by tbe lijiiiTTif In miPh a cniiao or murine and Humanity, X leel that 1 must write vou and thunk vou. Gov. Morton granted me a full and unconditional pardon on the otn. i am in very p...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

Kir SIMWM Mrr TT IT -6 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JUNE 20, IS95 SCOLDED BY ALTGELD. w jA READ Hard Times Sale "Ad" on Eighth page. . 1 Just Like Handing YOU & Five Dollar Bill When we sell you one of our summer suits, we save you from one-tbird to one-half in the price, and give you double value in quality. To wear them is to wear the best (Ready Tail ored Clothing.) Come and Look i l i At our Straight Front! Sacks. Our Round Cornnered Sacks. Our Cutaway Frocks. Our Trousers In Stripes and Mix. tures are the Finest Goods Prices, 1 I. COLDBURG. Cor. Main atiu rirst It Never Rains but ti Pours. "We knew it would rain, for the poulars B honed Tho white of their leaves, the amber grain Shrunk In the wlnd-And the lightning no w Is tangled In tremulous skelrj of rain !" -Aldrlch. The big crops in our prices have set tle d into a steady downpour. As the summer shower refreshes the dusty earth...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE THt CAimE PUBllSHIHO AND'pRINTIMB CO Lia A. Burrow, President. H, 8. Fos-rae, Bee' j A Trent. EAXSAS. Thar Is a premium on the crisp and Maclse In these days of too much read ing matter. I j There are many advertisers who be lieve that an ad Is known by the com pany it keeps. Keeping track of the weather In this Jiart of the country Just now Is enough, to make anybody sick. The Central American republics pro Jose to have at least one more good war all around as a preliminary to forming a peaceful federation. George Washington may have been a great and good man, but it must be re membered that he was the first to make the Hessian fly In this country. According to the latest reports paper hosiery is supplanting woven goods, ar tificial cloth is made of wood pulp and wooden matches are made of leather. 1 The trolley dirge, which has Just band breaks out in the wildest, most time, is like an ordinary dirge except that the clang of the trolley car bell is t s part ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

'T fww-hT-r i t km lrnirnTrrn tMilASS AT MiMriUJ i HI HAULS MR. CARLISLE OVER THE COALS. - They Are Both Good Democrats ' ami Helped Elect Mr. Cleveland for the Party's Baket You Know What Will Bryan DoT The next day niter Mr. Carlisle made a speech at Memphis the free-silver democrats held a meeting which wai3 addressed by Congressman Bryan, of : Nebraska. Among other things Mr. Bryan said: "I have read the speech delivered by Mr. Carlisle in this city on yesterday; also that delivered by him at Coving ton, Ky., last Monday evening, and I have compared them with the speech delivered by him on the 21st of Febru ary, 1878, in the house of representa tives, and I am reminded of the lan guage used by David in lamenting the death of Saul: 'How are the mighty fal len!' "In 1878 Mr. Carlisle was hurling the pebbles of truth at the giant of the '.Philistines John Sherman. Today, as a Goliath; he daily Issues challenges to his former friends. His speech of 1878 was made when he was 43 years...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

nbutcMneon (5a3ettc Intend st the postoffloe In Hutchinson, Kiasu, as second claas matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Thrmb or Subscription, $1.00 perTcab C. . SIDLINGER, Title Dr -uggist Inscriptions a Specialty. Aortb Main street Hutchinson McKinley will try to collect his little bill at Ottawa today. Dtd you ever lienr of an "Inter national Agreement" populist? Morrill says John Uridenthal is a good fellow, but John can't return the compliment. All the daily papers using the as sociated press reports gave an account Hon. Jerry Simpson's Topeka speech but the News. Because Prof. Snow, of the State University spoke a good word for Sen ator Rogers, Cy Leland is going to have him removed. The republican party is for single gold standard. Can you so-called free silver republicans read? If so read the party's record. The McPheraon Republican advises republicans to stay away from the meeting of the state temperance union to be held at Topeka July 4th. The excretions of the smut mi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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