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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

r-fc OflKffOODS CO- nuTcnisoN, kansa3. POINTER NO. 175. When a 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, been astonished by this week's unprecedented low prices, here -and its little wonder-such im portant events as these -such low prices as hese -below-are by no means everyday occur rences here or any where. Ladiss Capes. Capes that were made to sell from 5.00 to $10.00 each, J une 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 $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 25c flower for 10c. 50c flowers for 15c. 75c flowers for 20c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

i HE A COLORADO SECURITY COMPAMT WITHOUT ASSETS, A GOOD MAN CONE WRONG. The President and General Manager, Onoe an Honored Citizen of Denver, a Fugitive Widow and Orphans In the East Especial Sufferer Believed to Be la Aus tralla Now. Dexyer, Col., June 19. Henry J. Aldrich, president and general mana ger of the Colorado Securities com pany, left here five weeks ago without saying a word to anyone as to his pur poses, and the creditors of the concern are making strenuous efforts to ascer tain his whereabouts. It is now thought he has gone to Australia or the Sandwich Islands. The hasty exit of Aldrich is due to the fact that a warrant for his arrest, based on the indictment of the grand jury, was about to be served, the charge being misappropriation of funds intrusted to his care. He also acted as treasurer of St. John's cathedral for ten years and was considered here as a man of most sterling worth and deep religious character. Hundreds of ranch titles are-clouded by the acts of Al...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

Ha Wu Mind Raader. "Mister," said the man with deject 4 clothing bxit a blythesoma air, 11 i 11 i nf n a t Vt I a tmtiil you ro iuo u,w.v , aren't you?" "Yes " "Well, t Want to But you on to a tood thins." "What Is It?" "Mo. I'll five yon a chance ter let me Work fer ye. I'll take a position as clerk r cashier or anything; I don't care. I'm a prten, I am, an' I ain't 'lard ter please "But I don't weed you. The places are all filled and pou wouldn't suit any how." ""Wouldn't ult! Dat show yer don't Know me specialty." "What's that?" "I'm a mind reader. ATI 1 rio is ter ave me bands in front til a guest an' Hook in Us eyes, an' I kin' tell just how vjnuch money he has on him. An' de i'man dat makes out de bill does de rest" Washington star. Bapld GrasrIBi of Fungi. The rapidity with which many, If not Vail, fungi grow baffles calculation; the i great puff ball, lyeoyerdon glganteum, will grow as targe as a peck measure In forty-eight hours, and specimens of Agarlcus campestrls have de...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 June 1895

r in Li When in the course of human events it becomes necessary to move a stock or stocks of goods it has been demonstrated that P. Martin & Co., are the people to do it. Such is now the case, and in addition to these, stocks lately purchased by P. Martin while in the east, our Stock here will meet the same fate. Read every Item Hard Time Prices On Silks 32-inch printed China Silks in dark grounds. The regular 59c (foods. II. T. Price 45c yd. 28 inch Black Habtitlu Wash auk, reg ular Pr,ce 7' 1 ' r" - H. T. Price 60 pieces, all that is left of our 35c and and 45o Kai-Kai and Habuati Wash silks. H. T. Prices 34c yd (These are pure silk. The best made.) A chance of a life-time. 24-inch black S.itin Luxor; nil pnre silk, best dye and finish. Sold every where fer $1.23 H.T. Price 78c yd Hard Time Prices On Dress Goods 10 pieces, 80-inch Worsted checks and stripes, sold up to 35c yd. H T Price iocyd 9 pieces silk and wool knockabout suiting, regular price 3!). H T Price 21c yd 6 piec...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 July 1895

. .'-.'' i H SMISSSnsaaS3agaaaBaiaMJaWWSSMISiailinlaniSniniiaa 1. Ay THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNT!. VOL.5, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JULY 4, 1895 NO. 44. THE BELL SALE TA- This sale we are about to start will create a large expense upon us, we are aware of the fact but if we can increase our sales 30 per cent in the month of July; a month looked upon by the Majority of Merchants and others as a dull month it will amply repay us by making a great opening for our Fall Stock. No Dull Month in Our Business Career we carry too much stock --we employ too many lianas; in other ivords,: we are not built that way. Our Sales are always a success simply be cause we do not say Beginning Monday Morning at 8 On July 8, mre shall give every purchaser ONE TENTH part of their purchases absolutely FREE. A bell erected on the outside of our north door, which bell will be in connection with our chief cashier by means of a card shall announce each...

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

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE THE C AZOTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTJNO C3 La Jl Burro, H.8. Fostm, PresiU.-nl Bea'y Treat, MTOHSflil, ; : MHSAS. Marriage and friendship. Both Aahmore's Opinion on the Omn present Problem. One girl who wrote to me recently friendship, on good comradeship, and said: "Wouldn't a marriage based on on thorough respect he a happy one?" I don't know. It might be a placid one, It might be a respectable one, but a marriage without love cannot be the one for which you or I were intended, writes Ruth Ashmore In the Ladies' Home Journal. Comradeship and re spect and a thorough liking might be all that were necessary during the sun shiny days, but what would they amount to when the gloomy days came? And do you think if a man were try ing to solve some great question, were trying to drive from his soul the demon of unbelief, that he would turn to the good comrade for help? No, he would go to the woman who loved him, and whom he knew knelt down every night of her life and said...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 July 1895

A PREACHER PRAYS N A CONVENTION FOR "HON EST MONEY." . Prleat of the Golden Calf Hakee Sapplleatloo for BU Idol Error For- .' meatee the Republlcaa Party of Ken tucky. . ' If Moses don't come down out of the mountain pretty soon most of the preachers in the land will be dancing around the golden calf set up by the Rothschilds and a few American usur ers and extortioners. There are more churches to-day worshiping God on a gold basis than there are on a Christ ibasla. We willing take off our hat to R disciple of true Christianity and bow iwith reverence to the decrees of Deity, but when we see a cowardly, fawning, lying sycophant, pandering to the devil's gold gang, we have no language adequate to express our contempt. At the republican state convention in Kentucky, Rabbi Adolph Moses, of the Temple Adas Israel, offered a prayer, from which we take the follow ing extract: "The eyes of the whole nation are in thla hour turned with anxious expecta tion upon this assembly, for a fatal de...

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

IfoutcMhson (Ifeette. Altered nt the poatoffloeKn Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. QRACE S. FOSTER, LEE A, MUTTON. XMuia or Subscription, 1.00 perYkab C. E. SIDLINGER, TlioDrixggist Inscriptions a (Specialty, ftorth Main street JJutchinson CALL FOR COBJJTT COHVESTIOS The people's party of Bono county will meet I ils regular voting pluces on Wednesday, J illy 17, leOb, lor the purpose of electing delegates to tne county convemion i oh neiu m mucum an. Annus 14. lXil5 and for the Srd commit Eioncrs district convention !o beheld nt Ple.-na rSepteniuor 14, lSltt, and also to elect one mem bcrof me county central coiiiiuuie iur hid vu- aninir vpiir. Hie offices for which candidates are to be nominated are as follows: Comity Treasurer. County Clork. Register of Deeds, rihcriil. Surveyor. Coroner. , iYinntv flommlssioncr Third District Said primaries shall be held in tliecountry pre cincts between the hours ot 'i o ciock ana o o'clock Y. M. and la the oilies of llatchiiison and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 July 1895

Hutchison, Kansas. Our First Great Challehge Sale! To clear out all Summer G001I3 that Lave been slow in finding choosers, now goini; oa. A Price Lowering and Price Pruning without preceJeut or parallel here or anywhere else. These prices challenge a comparson with the lowest priced markets of the world. ' Read Carefully! HOSIERY . Ladles' fast black Beamiest hose, Chal'.cngo Sale loc pair. Hard to beat. LADIES' CArES. Ladles' broadcloth and fine flannel Capes, worth up to -"i.uu. Challenga salo $1.00 eacb. 61LKS. 20 pleoes Figured China Silks, Challenge pale 18o yard. Suitable for waists or dresses. ' SATEENS. Fine imported French and English sateens Black grounds handsome designs, Chal lenge Sale 10c yard. MUSLIN DRAWERS. Children's and Hisses Muslin drawers, Challege sale 15c pair. To clear them out. LADIES' VESTS. Ladies' Ribbed Jersey Under Vests, Chal lenge sale 8,S'c eaoh. To clear th jib ou t. FLOWERS. Everything in flowers up to $1.00, marked for our challenge sale lCo bunc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 July 1895

BUCHANAN EXECUTED THE WIFE MURDERER ELEC TROCUTED AT LAST. It Wm the Quickest and Most Successful Electrocution Ever Known In Slug Sing- Death Ensuing In Leu Than Forty Sec onds A Noted Criminal Case Ended, Sino Sino, N. Y., July 2. Dr. Rob ert W. Buchanan, the wife murderer, was electrocuted in the penitentiary here at 11:23 yesterday morning. It was the quickest and most successful electrocution ever known at the prison, the murderer being pronounced dead in forty seconds. DR. BUCHANAN. Seldom, if ever before, in the history of criminal procedure in this country, was there such a determined and un tiring legal fight made to save or pro long the life of a condemned murderer as that in behalf of Dr. Buchanan. lie bad practically been on the threshold of the death chair no less than three times when respited. On two of these occasions his life was prolonged by the clemency of Governor Morton, who granted a respite of one week at the earnest solicitation of the prisoner's wife, and th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 July 1895

Twits In a Place. The old theory that lightning never Strike twice In the same place, or the am object, Is stoutly refuted by Will iam Tusilck of West Chester, Pa. The other night he had been In bed half an hour when lightning struck his house, ran down the wall on the Inside, picked him up and threw him out of bed to the floor. It was no gentle hand which used him thus, and it was some time before he recovered from the shock. XJghtnlng seems determined to secure Mr. Tusslck for a victim. About twenty years ago he was struck and knocked Insensible by a bolt, but was all right again in a few days. Shanghai (China) papers report a arrinatlv inp.irlnnt. fit a. recant execution. j Just at the moment of the execution the victim's hands nervously grasped the orarment of the executioner and held on after decapitation. Before the grip could be looseued the executioner died of fright. Perhaps a Sparrow Lynching. A supposed evidence of Judgment and punishment among birds or else an accident w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 July 1895

Fin Boy. Lee Arnold livinir of Sixth west Is the croud father of a new boy born last Saturday. Burn Iluiueil. Last Thursday night a barn belong- inarto Mr. James on eaat Fourth street was burned to the ground. Fine (.'berries. Mr. S. D. Miller, living ar 202 east 8th brought in a limb from one of hia cherry trees to this office last Saturday which was literly covered with large red cherries known as the Leib variety. Uuehnuged. Chas. Cummingi who was so badly hurt last Thursday remains in a semi unconscious state, and the chances for bis recovery are still verv slim. Knocked Down, Last Saturday evening Mr. D. Shaw, of Lincoln township, was knocked down by a horse driven by Peck Core and Art Little while crossing Main street near Martin's. Mr. Shaw had his clothes badly torn. The boys compromised the matter by buying kirn a new suit. -me Superintendent Sustained. Tiicl'j lic-l liuca Uiuio uuubiu lor County Superintendent Dawson, this time it comes from district No. 10 ia Valley towns...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 July 1895

7 "X i THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JULY 11, 1895 VOL. 5. NO. 5. t a. THE BELL SALE TA- This sale we are about to start will create a large expense upon us, we are aware or the fact but if we can increase our sales 30 per cent in the month of July; a month looked upon by the Majority of Merchants and others as a dull month it will amply repay us by making a great opening for our Kail Stock. No Dull Month in Our Business Career we carry too much stock--we employ top many hands; in other words, we are not built that way Our Sales are always a success simply be cause we do hot say Deginning Monday Morning at 8 O'clock Sharp On July 8, we shall give every purchaser ONE TENTH Eart of their purchases absolutely FKEE. A ell erected on the outside of our north door, which bell will be in connection with our chief cashier by means of a card shall announce each sale Customers in outlying towns can more than s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 July 1895

THE HUTOHIMSOH CAZETTE THE CAZETTE TllBLISHINQ ANO PRINTINQ CO Lsa A. Hut-tow, H. S. Foster, President Beo'y A Treat, HUTCHINSOH, ; : umi She will never be a new woman until the Is satisfied with an old hat The girl nowadays who "wears her heart in her sleeve" has plenty of room for it Chinch bugs are said to be dying of starvation on the wheat crops of Brooks county, Kansas. The longest days of summer have passed, and the nights for six months will grow longer. No, "Ignoramus," they are not prop erly calied leg-of-mutton sleeves now. They are leg-of-beef sleeves. P. T. Barnum has left his mark on the page of American history. There are seven or eight postofflces in this country called Jumbo. Keep your weather eye out for cy clones. Thfiv am nlrnnrlv In motion and like as not one may be headed your way this very minute. The success of the "hbllness" camp meeting in progress at "Wichita comes very near to proving that there is noth lng In the influence of environment It appears that ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 July 1895

'Slamity howlers. THE THREE QRACES. American Steam Laundry. HUTT0J & QSmiX, Proprietors. ARB BECOMING M?RE NUMER OUS EVERY DAY. i Even the Supreme Court of the Unite Statei Baa a Qnsrtette of Them- lacome Tax Decision ft Grou Iniquity. Telephone lo'J, West Sherman Street. i If Populists had given utterance to the expressions that fell from the Hps j of the four dissenting Justices of the supreme court In the income tax case, ' they would have been hooted at from Dan to Beersheba as "calamity howl era." Listen to them. Justice Harlan says: "The practical, if not direct ef v feet, of the decision today is to give f certain kinds of property a position of favoritism and advantage that is in- consistent with the fundamental prln (yCiples of our social organization, and j ' to inv6st them with power and influ ) ence that Is perilous to that portion of I the people upon whom rests the larger f part of the burdens of government, and who ought not to be subjected to the L .domination of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 July 1895

I)utcbln0on Qmttc. Xnttfed it til poetofflcem Hatoblroon, Kansas, u seoond elass matter. HORACE S. F08TEI, LEE A. HUTTON. TXBMS OF 8DB8C1IPT10N, $1.00 PER YlAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie jDr-uggist i'escriptions a Specialty. Aortb Main street Hutchinson unio n la . CALL FOR (OUSIV t'OXVEXTlOX Tho people's party of Keuo comity will meet at Its regular volins; places on Wednesday, July 17, 1b!5, lor the purpose of elnct ng deli-gale tj the county convention to bo held In Hutchin son, AUKUt u, wjj uuu lor uid jni column Blonms district convention :o beheld at Plevna, September 14, 1,-9.'), and also to elect oue menv berof tho county central committee lor tbe on euinir year. 'ihe oilices for whlcb candldatos are to bo nominated are as follows: Comity Treasurer. Conn' y Clerk. Register of Deeds. Sherlil. Surveyor. Coroner. County Commissioner Third District. Said primaries shall be held in the country pro ducts between the hours of i o'clock and 6 o'clock P. M. and la the chins of Hutchinson ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 July 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. -Our First Great Challenge Sale! To dear out till Summsr Goods that 'Lavo been slow in fiuding choosers, now goiutj on. A Price Lowering and Price Pruning without precoJout or parallel hero or ttaywhere else. These prices challenge a compirson with the lowest luised markets of the world. Road Carefully! HOSIERY. Ludics' fust black seamless hoso, Challengo Bale loc liulr. Hard to beat . LADIK8' CAPES, Lndlos' broadcloth and line flannel Capos, worth up to j.ou. Challenge sale 41 5u each. SILKS. 20 picoos Kiirured China Silks, Challenge aiSSLB TAX AS D THE.CVBBESI! t t QBESTIOK. subjugate another nation or tribe, Rave legal right to possess the soil, and to this right was grafted the moral or exuitable right. We hear many of our objectors to a change of present condi tions, that would give free and equal access to land to all people, remark with a shrug of the shoulders, "do you want us to r turn to baibarisin V" But thera is no need to return; we have al ways kept ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 July 1895

CLOUDBURST'S IIAYOC NINETEEN LIVES LOST ; WINONA. MO. AT thirty Buildings Destroyed The Siorm Came (7p In the Night and Swept Away Everything In Its Path A Min ister and Ills Family Perish. Springfield, Mo., July 9. About 10 n'clock Friday night a terrible cloud burst occurred on the mountains above Winona, a sawmill town in Shannon Bounty, on the Current river branch of the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Mem phis railroad, and the flood, gathering in the valley in which Winona is si tu tted, swept down in a mighty wall of water, destroying thirty buildings, itores and dwellings as though they were cardboard and causing the deaths of at least eleven persons, while eight more are missing and there is little loubt that these also perished. Those positively known to be dead ire as follows: The Rev. G. W. Duncan, Mrs. O. W. Duncan, Mattie Duncan, a small child, Mrs. Crawford, married daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Duncan, Crawford Bert, George Kevins, Mrs. Nevin3, Norma Kevins, a little dau...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 July 1895

Throat Paralysis. (From the Courier-Herald, Saginaw, llloh.) It was publicly talked all over Clara County for some time before the Courier-Herald lent a reporter to- Dover to Investigate the Coulter matter, lie finally went, and we publish to-day his report. The Coulters are prominent people, though Mrs. C. In response to the question whether she objected to be ing interviewed, said, "Certainly not" Her story follows: About 14 years agro we decided to take up our abode In Dover and everything went along smoothly for seven years, business progressed and belns of a saving tem perament we accumulated quite an amount. Our family Increased as the years rolled by and we now have 5 children, but sickness made Its way Into our household, and doctors Dins nuouea upon us, until we have nothing left but our home and our children. Everything went to satisfy the claims of physicians. "About three years ago I had a miser able feeling at the back of my ears, my right hand became paralyzed and 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. — 11 July 1895

The snprame court last Monday af. firmed the decisioqj&f tbe district court " oI'VY. E. Price charged with cattle stealing and sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary. T.rBlck. Cbas. Muikey was taken with hem- orhatre last Tuesday and since that time his Me has been hanging by a tbread. His parents were telegraphed for. lie is much better today. The element turned loouelastThur day night and gave us four and one' half inches of rain. Strange to say, yet it Is a fact, that 6 miles from this city not enough rain fell to lay the 4ust. High Water. Cow Creek has been on atearBlnce last Thursday. Many potato patches bova town belntr submerged with mud and water. It reached the high est polm known for years on Monday evening. ,- A Mistake. In last issue we stated thtt Mr. Dave Shaw had been remunerated by tha bovs who drove over bim for tbe CloUicS lillM tit, iul I.i.i ci.. . Shaw called Tuesdav and informed us , ( that no such good luck had happened to him. tttdgwlck vonnty populis...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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