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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

I J THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUKSDAV NOON, JULY 18, 1895 VOL. 5. NO. 46. 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 ana otners as a aim 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 hands; in other words, we are not built that way. Our Sales are always a success simply be cause we do not say n. H.-J... u DEgmning munuciy .viuiiiiiig aio On Ju we shall give every purchaser ONE TENTH Dart of their nurchases 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 sale. Customers in outlying towns can more than snve fare ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

EL PASO IS DELUGED. RIO GRANDE OVERFLOWS AND FLOODS THE TOWN. Many Adobe House Melt Away Inhabl tsnta Forced to Flee From Their Homos Great Damage Don to Growing Crop by the Inundation. El Paso, Texas, July 18. Tho Elo Grande is pouring a greater flood of water into this valley than for many years beore. It has steadily risen for several days, and last night it jumped np nearly a foot, covering a large part of the lower town. This part of the oity was supposed to be protected by a well-built levee, but the river broke in below the termination of the levee and backed up nearly to the Santa Fe rack s. The houses in this section of town are chiefly adobe or unburned brick, and as the water surrounds them they melt away. If the river rises much higher hundreds of houses will dis appear in the flood. Already more than a score of them have succumbed to the water, and many families have taken refuge in the houses of their friends on the higher ground. Citizens who live in comfortable adobe...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

IIVlRGINIA W. OPYRIGHT 1892 BY CHAPTER X. (Continued.) Did the advice of the master act like wine on the flagging spirits of the singer? Did her own natural energy assert sway over timidity before the unknown? Melita reappeared in the opera as a true, dramatic butterfly escaped from the cold and neutral chrysalis of the shy debutante. Vivacious, coquettish, and winning, by turns, she kept her gaze steadfast ly fixed on Dolores, until the girl's face became detached from the rest of the theater, a magnetic point, and all else sank into a cloud of vague ob scurity The naivete of interest, the unfeigned admiration, blended with anxiety, to be read in this human mirror, the warm and thrilling sym pathy of bearing, furnished the re quisite chord of intelligence and sensi bility. The girl on the stage made the girl in the gallery laugh at pleasure; . she could have as readily made her weep. The singer touched the fibre of emotion in a solitary spectator, in the inexperience of her talent,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

T3jutcbfn0on Oasette. Entered t the poetomce In Hntohlnsen, Kansas, as leoond olaas matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE , HUTTON. Tikmb or Subscription, $1.00 pin Yeah C. E. SIDLINGER, Til IDr-aggist inscriptions a Specialty. H ort h Main street Hutchinson CALL FOlt COC5ITV COX VES TlOJf Tho nennln's nai tv of licno cumtv will meet at its regular voting places on Wednesday, July 17, lo!), lor tlio purpose oi eieci'iig ncicgates id tlio county convention to be lilil in Hutchin son, August 14, isya ana lor uio am ccinnuiB gioners district convention M bo held at Pltivna, September I I, le'.l"), and ulsu to meet one inciii bur of Clio county central committee tor tho en nlnir rear. Xhe otltccs for which candidates are to be nominated urn as follows: County Treasurer. Conu'y Clork. Kegisterof Deeds. Bheritf. Surveyor, Coroner, County Commissioner Third District. Said primaries shall be held in Hie country pro ducts between the hours of i o'clock und 5 o'clock P. M. uod iJ the oltles of Hutchi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS Our First Great Challenge Salei "tTo'diear out all Stimmsr Goods that hivo been slow in finding choosers, now goiag on. A Price Lowering and Price Pruuiug without precedent or parallel toere or anywhero elsn. These prices challenge a compnrson with the lowest priced markets of the world. Read. CarcXully! HOSIEUY. Ladle' fast black senmlc?s hoso, Clial.engo Sule 10c jmir. Hard tu beat. LADIES' CAPES. Ladles' broadcloth and line flannel Capes, worth ui to $o.u0. Challeuo sale 61.60 cuch. SILKS. '.'0 pieces Figured China Sllke, Challenge pale lHo yard. Suitable lor waists or dresses. SATEENS. Fine imported French and EiiKlish sateens Itlrtck ttroamln handsome designs, Chal lenge Sale 10c rrd. JUUSLINDRAWEKS. Children's and Misses Muslin drawers, Challege sale 15c pair. To clear them out. LADIES' VB iTS. Ladles' Ribbed Jersey Under VesM, Chal. lengo sale 8C each. To clear than out. VLOWEOS. Everything In flowers ujt to $1.00, marked for our challenge sale lUo buuch, tu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

THE KUTCKIHSOH CAZETTE m GAZETTE PUBUSHINQ AND MIHTINO CO in A. Httttow, Preaidtnl EL i. roT, Beo'y A Tim. UXSAS. It 18 Angular thing that when a man goes slow on food he la called a (aster. A man named Merrltt has won a $950,000 lawsuit Wh6 says there Is nothing in a name? A North Dakota prophet gives the world Just nineteen years yet before having to hand In Its checks. If Jim Corbett talks as much at home as he does through the publle prints It Is no wonder his wife Is suing him for a divorce. Mark Twain has reiterated his state ment that Americans ought to do more kloklng. It Is evidently some time since Mark has seen an umpire. Misa OTiiinrd flak: "Why are not men more beautiful?" They really I 4on't need to be. They do enough neart-smashlBg now, ugly as they are. A Callfornlan won a bride by giving a young lady his lower berth In a sleeping-car. It Is not the first time that love has stooped to one of lower birth. ' Pacific coast papers assert that "two million dollars' worth ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

.n i HATCH DISCHARGED. prison work, declaring at that time i that the said Cavunaurrh was lm- ) prisoned at the ajre of 12 years, that j he remained id prison lor crimes' sue- 1 oessively committed until after he was I 30 years of age, with a possible total ! liberty of six months, and that' lie was 7 the most vicious and dangerous pris- oner that he had ever known in the ' Michigan state penitentiary', which ) demand of yours was by the Board ; after endeavoring to reason with you, ;l absolutely and positively refused. That on the following morning two of 'i tfae members of the Board returned to ! their homes, Mr. Scott remaining to attend the session of the Knights of Pythias Grand i.odge, and that on that evening you walked into the Midland 1, Hotel iu company with the said Cav- T - anaugh; that said Cavanaugh was .... . . . i. , i. witnin tne state oi ivansas ana on ms way to the city of Hutchinson at the time you made the demand of the Board and that you have since stated, and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 July 1895

Jejla UK. A. Joint In tbe alley back of Mali street between First and 8eoon4 wta raided Tuesday nignc. ' nr. a 'n T)onnl.4. a. Clav township fanner was adjudged insane fcy Jud&e Fontronlast xnursaay. th contract to JLK1U OJw build a Hvery barn for McVey on the lota occupied by. the Dice boys ma chine shops in the rear of the Penny iuildinjj. tails Decker Woriie The many friends ot Judge Tueo. Decker will learn with sorrow that he lias keea stricken with paralysis and bis life dispaired oft. Some weeks ago he went to Ohio thinking a change of climate would do him goo't. Surprised. Last Wednesday evening Mr. and lira. B. Slade, of east C Btreet were the recipients of a surprise in the form of a fine silver cake basket from about forty members of the Fraternal Aid Society. The occasion being the 37th birthday of Mrs. Slade. Ttteae Milk ghakee. Dad Hughes, the veteran milk shake man, who has acquired the reputation of having dispensed more of that healthy summer drink than any other...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 July 1895

( rl. a. i jm It nil JL V THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JULY 25, 1895 VOL. 5. NO. 47. f Special TA July being the month all over tt e country for clearing up and tut odds and ends in stock to make room for regular fall lines. We are every day going through our our immense stock and throwing goods out on our counters at figures that clear them out A few Things now on our Counters Hew Items Added Every Hour. ax I rr . . White aad ecrue At 10Cy3.ru EgvpUon luce floun 1K 88-Inches wfde-that sold for 35c and o 3frd. At 75c each Bud Lawn Shirt Waists all styles that sold for 1.00 and 1.28. At 1 9c each Summer Underwear Vests and Drawers, eold as high as 33c. At 50c each Vetiise Late collars, hat aold as high as $1 .00. At 1 Oc each JSSS. X'3L, eold for so In Pink, Tan, Fancy Stripes and light and blue. At 10c yard D'nUT Hunt ground:), email neat figures, sol-l at lfo yard. At $1.00 pair Oxford Ties Opera r...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 July 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBLISHINQ AND PRINTING CO LU JL HOTTOlf, Preaidrnt H. 8. Fos-ras, Bee' J A Treas. BUTCK1NS0. mm. VENETIAN MOSAICS. Am Old and Beautiful Art Kerlred by Modern Demand The revival at Venice of the mosalo art, chiefly for Internal and external artistic decoration of private and pub llo buildings, goes on uninterruptedly and working In mosaic Is now (our consul says) carried on In that city on a large scale and with great success, ays the London Dally News. A mosalo to a work framed by the use of "tes serae" or small cubes of enamel, mar jtle or other material 'and of a gold-land-silver leaf between two films ot the purest glass of various colors, which are skillfully mixed on cement so as to produce the effect of a picture. The composition of human figures In different attitudes, animals, draperies or other objects repulrlng a careful de lineation are intrusted to the best workmen and the execution of the background to less trained workmen. The splend...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 July 1895

IVlRGINW CHAPTER XI (Continued.) He approached the gate, and was about to knock, when he saw a ittle figure flitting along the path before him. Ee recognized Dolores. Why was she roaming abroad alone on the roads at this hour? Was she watch ing for him? The young man hast ened toward her, then paused at the angle of the wall to look at her. Dolores stood in an open space of the path, waving a fan. ..Her shadow was projected on the ground behind her in a long, wavering line. The dog Florio sat beside her, gravely looking on. The girl's face and arms, bathed by the moonlight, had the purity of ala baster in contrast with the luxuriant masses of her black hair, and her eyes were dreamy, as if she moved in a reverie. She talked to Florio In a low tone, and occasionally laughed. Now she advanced, mincingly, with skirts outspread, and profound curtsies, wielding the fan, with natural grace, in her right hand, as if at a presentation. Again she abandoned herself to a gliding dance measure,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 July 1895

T&utcblnson (Smttc Kntered at the prntofflee In BotohlsMa, Xuum, m aeoond cum matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A, HUTTON. Trans Of Subscription, 1.00 pxa Tub C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Fjescriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson CALL FOB COCJfTT IOSTES TIOS Tho people's party of Heno county will meet at its regular voting places on Wednesday, July 17, 1WI5, for the purpose of electing delegates to the county convention to be held In Hutchln aon, August 14, 1SU5 and for the 3-d commis sioners district convention So be held at Flenn, September 14, lsftj, and also to elect one mem ber of the county ceutral committee for the en suing year. Tho oftlces for which candidates are to be nominated are as follows : Connty T reasdrer. Comity Clerk. ' Register ot Deeds. Bherill. Surveyor. Coroner. County Commissioner Third District. 8aid primaries shall be held In the country pre cincts between the hours of 1 o'clock and 6 o'clock P. M. and la the cities of Hutchinson and Nicker...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 July 1895

DRY GOODS CO. HUTCHISON, KANSAS. FALL OF '95. Our buyers are in the eastern mar kets now getting ready for fall, It is arly, but not too early. To get first choice we have to be there first. We are showing today the advance styles in dress goods for the coming season. Everything so far points to black as being fashions favorite. In;buying a Mack dress more than anything else it pays 10 buy the best, and on this prin ciple we ask you to see what we have to show you in this department before buying. You will find a full line of Priestly's & Hannart Freres goods which insures you the best for the money. NEW BOUCLES, NEW CREPONS, NEW MOHAIRS, NEW LIZARDS NEW SERGES, NEW ARMURES, NEW NOVELTIES. All black and at new new prices. Send for Samples (Signed the LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Ma nagers SOUK JIOT SHOT. A Stormy Conlercneo Oclwcea Got. Jforrlll and tbe Uatehlnaon Re roruiatory Basra. Topeka PrcE8. . Kefore resigning the members of the Hutchinson reformatory bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 July 1895

THE SILVER DEBATE, HORR AND HARVEY TALK TO THE POINT. Back Dates Thrown to the Do;t and the Discussion Brought Down to the Issues Th.it Interest Toople Now on Earth FoinU Made by Both Speaker, Chicago, July 23. "Back dates" were thrown to the dogs yesterday in the debate between Horr and Harvey, It was more than ever a case of Greek meet Greek, and interest in the tug of war heightened at once when it was Been the days of Perioles, as well as 1792, 1S73 and other years, no matter how historic or important, were all barred more or less in favor of 1806. Mr. Uorr opened the dispute with a written argument touching the impos sibility of maintaining a fixed ratio between gold and sliver. ' As the re ' suit of experience all the civilized na tions of the globe had discarded silver as a standard money. It was useless to exploit long tables of ratios to show whether a double standard could be maintained. The world had pro nounced against silver. Mr. Harvey defined scientific bimet allism t...

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 July 1895

He Will Not Drown Himselt (From the Troy, k. Y., Times.) R. W. Edwards, of Lanslngburgh, Ml prostrated by sunstroke during the war and It has entailed on him peculiar and terlous consequences. At present writ ins" Mr. E. U i prominent officer of Post Lyon, G. A. B., Cohoes. and. a past ald-de-camp on the staff of the commander-in-chief of Albany Co. In an interview with a reporter, he said: "I was wounded and sent to the hos pital at Winchester. They sent me to gether with others to. Washington a ride of about 100 miles. Having no room In the box cars we were placed face up on the bottom of flat cars. The sun beat down upon our unprotected heads. When I reached Washington I was in sensible and was unconscious for ten days while in the hospital. An abscess gathered in my ear and broke; it has been gathering and breaking ever since. The result of this 100 mile ride and sun stroke, was. heart disease, nervous pros tration, insomnia and rheumatism; a , completely shattered system which ...

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 July 1895

1 Caatlta 0Mmi7 Capt O'Leary, of CasUeton, was to the city yesterday buying lumber for a new creamery to be built soon. .'To iMilag. Sheriff fatten took W. E. Price to Uia state penitentiary last Saturday, all attempts to secure s new trial hav ' ing fajled. T Partrldge- The remains of M- taken to Partr" ...E. Terrel wrtl terment r' un last Friday for In- . some' w inra his wife was buried. erggo. To VommuninauouB uuu wwcwu u Ueil townships reached, this office too late for publication, morning is the limit. Wednesday Thirty Day. Sherman Wallace plead guilty be fore Judge Martin Tuesday to selling intoxicating liquors, and was fined $100 and a jail sentence of 30 days. Bmglaro. The Leader dry goods store was broken into last Thursday evening during the heavy storm. Nothing so tar of any value has been missed. Oar Auueancemente. This paper presents, this week, the choice of several townships for the respective county offices. Next week -we will give a Bhort biography of each. Coramit...

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

TT IT TT IT- THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY A$fD FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUKSDAV NOON, AUG. 1, 1895 NO. 48. Mitt AV rf mVAV'; L m?V cV if ? 1 r 1 : To Clear Them Out The First Week in August. TA We offer the following special values: At 3Jc yard prints. At 61c yard styles, worth Itc yard. Oil red, Indigo fcloe and fancy standard IS pieces French Peioales, big Hue of Crepe Grenadine, a At 5c yard light wash dress gooda 84 inches wide worth 1254c yard. A 4 Ol KtrkvA Checked nnd striped t 4C2C yd.ru white goods and light .lawns, worth So yard. A 71 Wirr 700 yards Harvest JX I sC ydlU Shlriinjr Plaids and checks worth sic , At Rf arH iIotDrtH Glnghsma nl Ol ydlU Amoskeags, Keiifrews, etc., worth 7":c and 8jc. l C yara Plain. Plaids, Hack In colors and Plain Drowns, worth ny,t. At $2.00 pai I Goat Shoos in Lace only, wore 8:i.U. fl IOC CdLlI ed Husliife Shirts, fast colors wurlh $1,25 r.lail Orders receive All orders shipped the day receiv...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 August 1895

THE JHJTCHlNiTTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING CO Lai A. Hottow, President. H. 8. FoaTca. Baa' J A Tret BUTCHINSOM, mm. All the world loves the hopeful man. Lots of people mistake their preju dices for principles. We never heard anybody but men say that women dress to please the men. It's Just as easy to think well as 111 of your neighbors, and It makes you feel better. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe says that In his youth the poet Longfellow was a good deal of a dandy. Pessimists to tha contrary notwith standing, Cupid is still making more matches than cupidity. A rich Buffalo lawyer has been kid naped and put In a cellar. These Buf falo lawyers seem to get an unusual hare of attention. There is hope even for Peru. The new Liberal government has consented ,for the first time to let Bibles pass through the Custom House. Spelling reform will never make much progress in Philadelphia. The Quakers wouldn't fancy Beeing tha name of their city spelt "Filadelfla." The next time a bomb Is throw...

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 August 1895

Bow It Worked.' Brown (expert shorthand reporter)-! f say, James, the boy from the news paper office has called for the report of that lecture. Is it finished? James (a novice) All but a short sentence in the middle of Jt and X can't for the life of me make out from my notes what It is. Brown Oh, Just put In great , ap plause and let It go. James acts on the suggestion, and the lecture Is sent for publication with the doctored part reading: "Friends, I will detain you but a few moments longer." (Great applause.) American Steam Laundry. flUTTOn & QSMH), Proprietors. Telephone io7, West Sherman Street HUTCHISON, - - - KANSAS. ' THE BANKER'S HISTORY REPEATED. DRED SCOTT AND INCOME TAX CASES ARE ANALOGOUS. The Decision In the Former Casa De lighted the Bolder of the Black Slaves-- The White Slave Now the Yletlms. The decision ot the United States Su preme court, in the Dred Scott case in 1857, elated the slave holders of the soifth no less than the recent decision of the Supreme cou...

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

i&utcblnson (Sajette. Xotand at the postoffloe In Hutohlwoa, Kansas, M second olui matter. NOMCE I. FOSTER. IEE A. HUTTON. Tnuci orSDMoupTioir, $1.00 riTui C. E. SIDLINGBR, TlioIDrnggist I'jescrlptlong a Specialty. Aortb Main street Hutcbinion ABED CALL FOB COUNTY COKVEffTlON The peopled party of Reno county will meat (t Its regular voting places on Wednesday, July li, 1M85, for the pnrpoaa of eleotlng delegates to the county convention to be held In Hatobln ton, August 14, 1894 and for the 3-d commis sioners district convention to be held at Pie ma, September 14, lbiB, and alee to elect one mem ber of the count central committee for the ea rning year. . . ihe offices for which candidates are to be nominated are u follows: Connty Treasurer. County Clerk. Begisterol feeds. Sheriff. Surveyor. Coroner. County Commissioner Third District. Said primaries shall be held In the country pre cincts between tbe hours of 'J o'clock and 6 o'clock P. M.and ii the cities of Hutchinson and Nick...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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