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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 August 1895

ode? 3 nranvos to. BUTCniSON, KANSAS. FALL OF '95. Our buyers are in the eastern kets now getting ready for fall, aily, but not too early. To get choice we nave to be there first. mar It is 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. Injbuying a black dress more than anything else it pays to buy the best, and nn 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 I'riestly's & Hannart Freres goods which insures you the best for the .money. NEWBOUCLES, NEW CREPONS, NEW MOHAIRS, NEW LIZARDS NEW SERGES, NEW ARMURES, NEW NOVELTIES. All black ana at new new prices. Send for Samples ( iigaad tee LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Ma nagcrsj THE K1IM or HEAVES. Christiana have for centuries been discussing the various doctrines taught by Jesus ia the gospels, aud among then; that of, The Kingdom of Heaven...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 August 1895

h ATI QTT TVT TAT ir lots IS Ul' UXJ 1 XJit L-iiUAi.. "THE HORR-HARVEY DIS CUSSION CLOSED. The Feasibility of Uncle Sam Adopting Free Coinage of Silver at 16 to 1, Without International Agreement De bated on the Last Day. Chicago, July 30. The last day of the Harvey-Horr silver siege opened yesterday afternoon. The day's at tacka were directed at the question of the feasibility of independent action by the United States on the remone tization of silver and Its free and un limited coinage at a ratio of 10 to 1 with gold, regardless of the action of other nations. Mr. Flarvey argued for such action, Mr. Iiorr against it. Mr. Horr declared it was useless to try to fix the relative value of any two substances by legislation. Suppose congress should try to fix the relative value of a bushel of wheat and a bushel of oats. As soon as one of them had a large crop, up would go the ratio, and legislation by the nations of the whole world would not maintain the ratio any more than it would mak...

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 August 1895

A LOST TYPE. Oh, for a glimpse of a natural boy A boy with freckled face, With forehead white 'neath tangled hair ' And limbs devoid of grace; Whoso feet toe In, while hia elbows flare; Whose knees are patched all ways; Who turns as red as a lobster when You give him a word of praise; A boy who born with an appetite; Who seeks the pantry shelf To eat his "piece" with resounding smack ' Who Isn't gone on himself; A "Hoblnson Crusoe" reading boy Whose pockets bulge with trash; Who knows the use of rod and gun And where the brook trout splash. It's true he'll sit In the easiest chair, With his hat on his tousled head; That his hands and feet are every where For youth must have room to spread. Bue he doesn't dub his father "old man," Nor deny his mother's call, Nor ridicule what his elders say, Or think that he knows It all. A rough and wholesome natural boy Of a good, old-fashioned clay; God bless him, if he's ctlll on earth, For he'll make a man some day. Detroit Free Press. A PRIMEVA...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 August 1895

L J i LI Li mil iiiiJ Is Another of our Specialties for 1 895 and is the nly Spring Power Sheller Manufactured Without Etiddles, Positively the Lightest Draft. It cannot be clogged or choked. Cleans the corn better than any Sheller on earth. We Can Prove It. Costs less for repairs. Why? Be cause it has no riddles or shakeshoes to jerk and shake to pieces. We carry the only repairs for the Eureka Sheller in Hutchinson, because we have sold over 50 Eureka Shelters since the big corn crop of 1889 and we will soli 100 of thorn in 1893. Don't forgot this fact. Our stock of sheller epairs is by fur the largest of any in the state, because we are general agents for 14 counties in southwest Kansas ITER EVERYWHERE! The Old Rackensack on a Big Tear. Third Ward of the City Flooded by the High Water. MUCH DAMAGE DOXE To Gardens and to Adams and Washington Streets, To say Nothing of the Discomfi ture of the Residents of the Southwestern Portion of the Cily. Last Thursday night the Arkansas river...

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 August 1895

2m w . TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY ANRFAEJKEItS' ALLIANCE OF EENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY j&OON, AUG. 8,!1895 ' -' . NO. 49. TA The ever increasing popularity of this linen department given a great big boost, by the arrival of 100 pieces New Table Linen. Hundreds of dozens of towels, great pilo j of toweling 20 ca9es. Everything going on a run. Linen Values Better Than Cost fiOTE PRICES. 2Zsd Damask bright as inside of a Kas. watetnelon anjuHtasgood SMnch.fsst color at 18'yd. CO-uten, 10 pieces (til patterns), 2Sc yd, 68-Inch, highland bright scarlet). !Ko yd. ' DC-Inch, bright red pansy damask 280. 6tMnch. (10 pieces) Scotch and Natl. Damask 4!o;d. fit-inch, Our Wonder (fast tod new) 10c yd. CKASHES, by yard orplece- lt-lnch, all linen at 3Hc yd . 17- Inch, twill (bleaor browu) 4o yd. 26-inek, Linens Stevens So yd. 18- Inch, linen 8teven'g brown !4c yd. SO-lnch, special, (all linen) 8o yd. ( 14-Inch, plnld Glass toweling. 4o yd. 18-lnch, fine f...

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 August 1895

THE HUTCH1NS0H CAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBLISHINB AMD PRIHT1HQ C3 Lu A. Hurrow, President H. 8. Fostkh, 8eo'y ft Tress. HUTOHINSOM, KANSAS. Harry Hayward will remain In Min Besoti. till November at least The campaign for honest state and city government thrives on the curses of Its enemies. Queen Victoria is worth f 175,000,000, and she is a widow. Respectfully in ferred to Mr. Depew. The Sultan of Turkey, with the aid of his numerous wives, contrives to spend annually $30,000,000. The man who blows in the gun to see if it is loaded has been succeeded by the man who rocks the boat. The Japanese are working them selves up to the modest belief that one Jap can lick five Russians. Banker Lewis of Ohio began life poor, but kept forging ahead until he was 400,000 ahead of the game. Judging from some of the game he bags, we should say that Cupid must do most of his hunting blindfolded. A female footpad has turned up in Kansas City. This may be the New Woman we have been looking for so long. R...

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 August 1895

'. f 7 1 The Cold Men of Both Parti AN ELOQUENT PLEA. UNION OF FORCES WILL WIN A VICTORY. Blantoo Demean Hopeful of an Alliance Between Popullsti, Democrat and Re. publicans on the Omaha Platform Earl Convention Wanted, General Paul Van Dervoort, Commander-in-Chief. Omaha, Neb.: My Dear Sir la this republic to be destroyed; Its flag to be torn into tat ters; its constitution to be obliterated, and the states blotted out? . That is virtually the question now before its people, the decision of which is to shape the destiny of the Union for succeeding generations. Partisanship everywhere crushing down patriotism. The most Insulting of all propositions that can be made to any self-respecting man Is, Vhat certain leaders shall control com ing movements Inside of their old party lines, and that every factor, every voter shall trail in behind them. There are such men among the Democrats, the Republicans, the Populists, the Blmet allist League. And some of these very men In the Democratic p...

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 August 1895

BIG PROFITS Small . Investments. Returning prcptrlly will make many cu. but nowh.rs en they .make o dutch wltnin s hort time aa by aucoeaaf ul Speculation In Grain, Pt oi1D. sna Btuca. - 1 fl 00 FORE;ACHDOLLAR,NVEi5TEDoanbmadeb?'iour I U. systematic Pi. an of Speculation originated by n. Alirttcceful ipeculatora operate on . system. .., . . It ia a well-kaowa fact that there are thouianda of mam ln ,a PrU ' th United S'ates who by aystematlo trading through Chicago brokers, make Wrm a. nonnts 'very year, rangln" from a few thousand dollar for the man who inveaia a hundred at tv. 0 s"lrcd dollara up to o0,000 to 1100,000 or more by those who Invest a few thouaad. . ., ... ... It la also a fact that thoee who make the lorgeat profit fro ,.?)mp"aUveJT ,mu investments on tble plan are pergoni who live away from Chicago and inwift, M"00"11 broken who thoroughly understand ayetematlo trading. ... . . .. , , Onr plan doea not rlek the wholo amount Inveatad on snj trad, v"' both Me t" wheth...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 August 1895

Hill llll Ill I CO. ' --I !! i urn in ' iiTjrcnisoir, Kansas. POINTER NO. 175. Bring buyers to the "busy corner," bargains in every department. Dress Goods. In orde to make room for our immense Fall Stock, now being purchased by our east ern buyer of Dress Goods we have cut the prices to a reduc tion that will sell every yard of our goods in short order. Just think of buying 14-in All Wool Check Suitiii ga, 20c. 40-in 44 " Lizzards Effects, 29o. 39 In u " Crepon, all cok rs, 25o. :36-in 41 " Teck Suitings, !5o. 3G in 44 41 Silk and Wool Mix tures, 25c. -IG-in All Woo! Blaok Serge 35c. 40-in All Wool Black Serge, a confer, 150. 52-in All Wool Birds Eye Clay Serg. ?, Mack and navy, 85o. We will also clean up what is left of the pattern suits in English Checks-nine (9) pat terns in all, at a price that will astonish you. Now is the time, re member these prices mean business and if you wish to do yourself justice in taking ad vantage of these offers you should come at once, you know del...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 August 1895

THE TAYLOES GUILTY CONVICTED OF MURDER IN THE FIRST DECREE. th Verdict Received With Cheen From the Crowded Court Room Fight for New Trial Commenced The Murder of the Meeks Family Avenged, Carrollton, Mo., Aug. 3. Yester day 'witnessed a dramatic ending1 of the famous Taylor trial, which has been replete with sensational features. George and William Taylor, charged with the most atrocious crime known to the annals of Missouri, were found guilty of the cruel deed by twelve good men and true. For a moment the silence was in tense, then a burst of applause greeted the announcement of the verdict, .which was quickly hushed by the judge. The defendants maintained their look of composure to the last and not a tremor was visible in either. The jury was then discharged and they were immediately surrounded by crowds, all wanting toknow how many ballots were necessary to reach the (Verdict, and to express their approval of same. One juryman said that on the first ballot all but two were for c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 August 1895

A Slave From Boyhood. (From the Bed Wing, Minn., Bcpobllwm.) 'I tmnow twenty-four years old," liid Edward Swanson, of Whit Bock, Goodhue County, Minn,, to a Republi can representative, "and as you can sea I am not very large of stature. When I was eleven years old I became af flicted with a sickness which baffled the skill and knowledge of the phys ician. I was not taken suddenly 111 but on the contrary I can hardly state the exact time when it began. The first symptoms were pains in my back and restless nights. The disease did not trouble me much at first, but it seemed to have settled in my body to stay and my bitter experience during; the last thirteen years proved that to be the case. I was of course a child and never dreamed of the sufferings-la store for me. I complained to my pa rents and they concluded that in time I would outgrow my trouble, but when they heard me groaning during my sleep they became thoroughly alarmed. Medical advice was sought but to no avail, I grew rapi...

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

n o)fnTfl V- : I 1 L 1 i r UKU UUYJ 1) Li ULl u WalBkesaMsfeMlaBi luybt4d Smmmwm LI s Another of our Specialties for 1 895 and is the. - n y Spring Power Sheller Manufactured Without Kiddles, Mb JU IV Positively the Lightest Draft. It cannot be clogged or choked. Cleans the corn better than any Shelter on earth. We Can Prove It. Costs less for repairs. Why? Be cause it has no riddles to jerk and shake to We carry all the repairs for tho Eureka Sheller in Hutchinson, because we have sold over 50 Eureka Shelters epairs is ly fur the largest of any in the state, because we are general agents fee 14 counties in southwest Kansas Mirny TliHiiks. Mr. W. II. Eiltnunilfi, of Lincoln township, presented this ollice with two tine water melons last Saturday. 'I'ltf lr JOili Amilvrnry. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sbuler wiV. celebrate their fortieth anniversary at !lteir 'Lome in Grant township to morrow. Dead. An Infant child of Sfa. and Mrs. Alleni Cretan livinjr 4 nriles north of the citywas buried la...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

il m THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, AUG. 15, 1895 NO. 50. vol: 5. TA The ever increasing popularity of this linen uepartment given a creatbi" boost, by the arrival of 100 pieces New Table Ln.cn. Hundreds of dozens of towels, great pito of toweling 20 cases. Everything going on a run. Linen Values Better Than Cost. riOTE PRICES. Damaalc bright as inHide of a Kas. watemelon anjuntOBKocxl M-lncb, fast color at U yd. -Inch, 10 pieces (all patterns), 2.1c yd. 68-lnch, highland bright (scarlet). Ko yd. CC-inoh, bright rel pansy damatk 28c. OUiuch, (10 pluees) Scotch and Katl. Damask yd. 5-iiich, Onr Wonder (fast and new) 10c vd. CIIA.SHTT.S, Tiy yard or pleoe- H. iHh,allllneaat3!Scyd. 17- lcch, twill (blea or brjwn) lc yd . aii-lnch, Llncna Stevens 5o yd. IK-lnch, linen Steven's br.iwu U'ic yd. iHMrjih, (pedal, (all linen) yd. ' 14-luch, plaid (lines towellnga, 4c yd. 18- lnch, Una fauoy toweling, "! Jc- MU...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

APPEAL FOR HELP. FOREIGNERS IN CHINA CALL FOR PROTECTION. England and the United States Called Upon to Talc Decisive Action Against China for the Outrages Upon -Mission erles In That Country. Tientsin, Aug. 13. At a meeting of the foreign residents of this city to-day It was decided to set forth by cable the necessity of immediate Inter vention in China by United States and British governments and the following telegram was, according to a resolu tion, addressed to the Associated Press as an expression of the sentiments of the foreign residents of Tien Tsin and an appeal to the people of the United States for assistance: OThe foreign community of Tien Tsin express sympathy with the friends of the Ku Cheng victims. They consider the Chinese officials guilty and the British and Americans blame the con tinued apathy of their governments for the situation. They regard Eng land's demands for an inquiry into the Ku Cheng massacre to be useless, for as before, the officials will buy innoce...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

FAEM AND GARDEN. MATTERS Oh INTEREST TO AGRICULTUR3TS. Coma Up-to-Date Hints Aboat Cultiva tion of the Soil and Yields Thereof Horticulture. Vltlcaltare and Floriculture. ONDON LIVE Stock Journal says: Fashion doubtless has much to do with ' the color of horses, but It Is nevertheless cer tain that the acci dent of a fashion ableand prepo tentsire being of a particular shade of Jacket may materially Influence the future of the breed to which he may happen to belong. At present It ap pears that the favorite color In the Hackney of the future will be chest nut, as the majority of the leading stal lions of the day, from the great Danegolt downward, are of this shade of coat. His Majesty is of this color, and so are Ganymede, Carton Duke of Connaught, Connaught, M. P., and many other eminent sires of the day, and other good horses too numerous to mention. The championship at the Hackney Society's show has, moreover, only fallen to the lot of one horse that was not a chestnut, the animal...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

IfoutcMnson Gfoette. Intered t the postoffioe In Hutchinson, Kansas, m second class matter. HORACE S.FOSTER, LEE A, HUTTON. Tirms or Subscription, 11.00 FIR YBAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie lDmj.ggist i' ascriptions a Specialty, Aorth Main street Hutchinson -DEALER fN- Paints - Oils - Glass - Varnish Painters' Supplies Generally. No.303 if. Main - Hutchinson, K.a CALL FOR COSVE.VriON. Tho people's party of llano osunty will meet nt Piavn:i Srntcnili.T II. liili to noatlnute a can didate for county commissioner for llio 3rd commissioner district. The hasl fr tho apportionment of d-'Iojratos tn thn miir.tv ami commissioner dUti-Iot con ventions will be one detonate at, liiro und ono delegate for every twemy-nve cad vines or major fraction thereof cost Tor Jerry Simpson for representative of the seventh cinb'rca-iioii;il ilistrl' t at tnn Novonwer election in ioj, unu nnn tlternntn for each lleloato. Under lliis apportionment the several voting ireclnois will bo entitled to ueiegmes as 101 o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 175. Bring buyers to the "busy corner," bargains in every department. Dress Goods. . In orde to make room for our immense Fall Stock, now being purchased by our east- j ern buyer of Dress Gods we have cut the prices to a reduc tion that will sell every yard of our goods in short order. Just think of buying 44-m All Wool Check Suitings, 2'Jc. JO-iu " " Lizzards Effeots, 20c. 39 in ' " Crepon, nil colors, 23c. ilG-in " " Teck Suiting, 25o. 30 in " " Silk and Wool Mix tures, 25c. 4G-in All Wool Black Serge 35c. 4G-in All Wool 13hck Serge, a corkor, 1.5jc. r2-in All Wool Buds Eye Clay Serge, Mack and navy, 85o. " We will also clean up what is left of the pattern suits in English Checks-nine (9) pat terns in all, at a price that will astonish you. Now is the time, re member these prices mean business and if you wish to do yourself justice in taking ad vantage of these offers you should come at once, you know delays are dangerous. Linens. 3 pieces 65-inch Au...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

THE KUTCHINSOH GAZETTE THE CAZETTI PUBLISHING AND PRINTINO CO lu A. Bottow, President. IL S. Fosntt. fleo'y A Treat. HUTCHINSON UXSiS Let seafaring men beware I The oer ent-8eelng fluid Is abroad. With the horseless carriage fitr at hand It Is not too much to hope for the advent of the dogless sausage. Ladies who wash dishes by hand will be glad to know there Is a machine for doing It now. Speak to your husbands about it. Now we will keep quiet about the Im morality of bicycles. Two Chicago ministers are to make a tour of England on them. "Novels are growing shorter," says a Chicago paper. Now, If they won't shrink up longer every reader will be delighted. The voters of Great Neck, N. Y., have petitioned to have the name of their town changed. They wonder how they have stood It so long. So It Is agreed all around that from this time on it is Chlcauqua River In stead of Skunk River. All right! The Skunk by any other name will smell an sweet. The Bostonlans literally welcomed the Chri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

Health oaee Impaired Is not easily gained, yet Parker! Gtag Tonic tuu attained these rente la miny esses. Good for ererr weakness and distress A pneumatic tube ia to be placed OS Brooklyn bridge to expedite mail oom munication between the two cities. It is more than wonderful how patiently people roller with corns. Qt peas and comfort by remorlng them with Hlnderoon. FRIENDS OF SILVER. age is resumed. If our financiers art really yearning for the masses of the people, Is it possible that they will at MUST QUIT THE COB',0T OLD . PARTIES. tempt to ruin the masses by the fore closure of mortgages? The very fact that our ogponents disguise their real purpose and seek to betray the common Tom Watson of Georgia Points Out the Criminality of Free Silver Advocates Trying to Bun the Old Tartles Losing Time. people with a kiss ought to be suffi cient evidence that their cause is not a rlghteoiia one. Omaha World Herald. The wrong side is never the right side. Hon. Thomas E. Watson, ex-congres...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 August 1895

171 : VP ; ufnf$)PJ f P Mill f? 4 I til: V i V i is Another of our Specialties for 1 895 and is the - nly Spring Power Sheiler felOanufactured Without Riddles, I "1 I ' I J v 1 j I V I 1 I ... h. I. 1 Positively the Lightest Draft. It cannot be clogged orchoked Cleans the corn better than any Sheiler on earth. We Can Prove It. Costs less for repairs. Why? Be cause it has no riddles or shakeshoes to jerk and shake to pieces. We carry all the repairs for the Eureka Sheiler in Hutchinson, because repairs is by fur the largest of any in the state, because we are general agents We carry these wagons Hurried. On Thursday, Ani;. 8th, Joseph P. Graber tnl Anna Zerger, both of Albion townhhip, lUv. John Flick inger olllciating. llnrt bj a fair. Elmer Everett, of Center township, got into a scrap with a young calf last week and got the worst of it. He was injured bad enough to lay him up in bed for several days. Mhoulder Brolion. Mr. A. A. Tanner, of this city, was thrown from a cart last Fri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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