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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 October 1895

TTTT 7'y . i sJJ , . , - aaaaaai"w TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. '. VOL. 6. " HUTCHINSON, KAN8AS, .THURSDAY NOON, OCT. 31, 1895 7 r . .. i 1 i . 1 , - . Winter wraps Prices Talk. At $8.50 Each. LADIES' FUR CAPES-in C nv Astrakhan Presian Limb E'estiic ur.d Wool Seal, and Black Hat. At $12.50 Each, Litlieb' Astrakhan Ciotli Jncket 20 iuolieH lonf, Satin faced." Milk braid trim metl, Mandolin b'eoves. Fuucy Buttonb At $5.98 Each. Ladies' Reaver Boucle and Kersey Cloth Jackets, in Iuhh, browiiH, lilnck-, Mild nnvy. Mandolin itnd Witiernit-loii fleeveg. (These are worth $10.00 uud $12.50 each.) For $5 08. LADIES' -CLOTH " J ACKET8 1 n Bed Elsie Cloth, trimmed in Breid, Black tfntin und Astrakhan $7 y0 to SH 50 each fey CSn... V."' MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, A Fine Rocker, A Fine Couch, A Fine parlor Suit, A Fine Bedroom Suit, A Fine Side-Board, Or anything else in tho Furniture Line, , If you do see our goods and get our prices When in town 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. — 31 October 1895

THE KUTCHINSOM GAZETT THl GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING CO In A. Huttow, President H. I. Foam. seo'y A Treas. 8UTCHINS0N. K&MS&S KjLSAS items of interest. The Minneapolis electric lights have Deen turned off. , The Topeka- pension office uses 520, TOO envelopes a year. Jim Hollowell's son has a position In George K. Peck s law office. Osbore county sends horses and young men to Louisiana to grow up with the country. The Kansas Mutual Life Insurance company has been admitted to do bus iness in the state of Aew York. In Ottawa, if a man steals anything, the papers say he "removed "it. That the advantage of being cultured. A daughter of Judge A. R. Clark of Bice county was married the 15th inst, to James S. ISenn of the Philadelphia Record staff. An animal without any cerebum has has appeared in some Kansas towns which scrapes up fallen leaves and burns them on the street. A Missourian who is visiting at Sparta, HePherson county, is aston ished at the crops. He said he never ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 October 1895

i X ROOT OUT THIS ROT. NO SUCH THrMO AS A FIFTY CENT DOLLAR. It Make No Difference to V Whit a Dollar Costs the Man From Whom Wo Receive It, So I.on as It Pays One Dollar of Debt for Us. Stop this senseless twaddle about a fifty-cent dollar. There la no such . thing. A dollar la a dollar. A fifty-cent coin. Is half a dollar, fifty cents of good money, and It would be honest money were It in the aggregate full legal tender Just as It was when I democrats, whlgs, republicans and otfiers were declaring that gold and sil ver were alike money, and that nothing else could be money! Were there such a thing as a fifty cent dollar it would be preferable to a two-dollar dollar, as the gold, dollar is one dollar's worth of gold and one dollar's worth of fiat I Why not say something about the nickel, which is five cents as sure as you are born, though there is less than one-sixteenth of a cent's worth of nickel or metal in the coin. But It is Ave cents, and stops a five-cent debt hole as quick ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 October 1895

I&utcb.nson (Ba3ette. ntercd t the postofflce In Hntohlnson, Kansas, i teoaud olsss matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Tutus or SUBSCRIPTION, 1.00 pirTcab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dr u.ggist inscriptions a Specialty. Aortta Main street Hutchinson The People's Ticket. For Judge !)t Judicial District, HON. VM. WHITKLAW, of Hutchinson. For Sheriff. 13. ElSlMlNGEIt, of Suit Creek township. For Kegister of Deeds, IF AY SMITH, llutchiusou. For County Clerk, JOHN W. TURKLE, Valley township. For Treasurer, J. II. FOUNTAIN,' Castleton township. For Surveyor, W. II. DUNKIN. Hutchinson. For Coroner, DR. HUTTON, Haven. For Commissioner, 3rd District, M. G. HACKLER, Bayes township. Put an X in front of Fay Smith. Tut an X in front of W. M. White law. Da. II irrroN, for coroner. He's all right, too. Jons SiieumaN is the logical repub lican nominee for president; W. II. Di'NCam is the only surveyor on the ticket, don't forget this. Honest Jim Fountain's record is clear. He is the man for co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 October 1895

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Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 October 1895

LYNCHERS SHOT DOWN DESPERATE BATTLE WITH A MOB AT TIFFIN. OHIO Two Rioters Are Killed Furious Men, Grated With Drink, Attack the Jail to Avenge the Harder of City Marshal Scholti The Sheriff Opens Fire. ; Tiffin, Ohio, Oct 2S. In an attempt early yesterday morning to avenge the murder of August Schultz, Tiffin's pop ular city marshal, who was shot in cold Wood by Leander J. Martin, alias Williams, a farmer of Hopewell town' ship, last Wednesday evening, two more victims were added to the tragic affair. At 1:30 o'clock a mob of loO infuriated men, many of whom were under the influence of liquor, attacked the jail in an effort to secure Martin and hang him. A volley from naif a dozen Winchesters met them aad two of theciob were killed. They were Henry Mutchler, Jr., and Christian Matz. , Craijr Man In Emporia. Emporia, Kan., Oct 21. A crazy man has been creating a reign of ter ror in Emporia for the past few days. He was recently put in jail but made his ' escape and the same day he t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 October 1895

Scarlet Few Settled in tlie Back AN OPERATION WAS UNSUC CESSFULLY PERFORMED. Th Patient Wai Finally Beatorad, Aftef Eighteen Tear. 1 From the Evening Newt, Newark, N. J. About eighteen years ago, when Mrs. Annie Dale, of 88 Brace Street.was a bright, merry school girl, she was taken 111 with scarlet fever. She recovered, but she was very different girl from a physical stand point. She was cured of the scarlet fever but it left her with an affection of the back As she grew older the pain seemed to in crease. Her sufferings wore intensified by her household duties, but she never com plained, and with one hand pressed tightly to her back she did her work about her cozy home. "I. was fourteen years old when I was at tacked with scarlet fever, and have now suffered with my back for eighteen years. ''Night and day I suffered. It really seemed as if I must succumb to the pain, and then to make matters worse, my head ached so badlv that 1 could scarcely see, at times. Finally I went to 8t. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 October 1895

v Tb Dutchruan'si Fnp. Kansas Commutier. One tJineTtaer ws a Dutchman had some lit- iUfl they -were blind as blind could be and round as little lon; fie waited on thorn patiently, he watched tuom day and night . Till they would oih'O np their ye and see nil Uiioffi arigm. AtUtfthe got Impatient, swore by all tht bad and good . elle'd have no uliud does 'round him, he wantca it understood . o he pt a gr-'at, big otidgel and whacked each fh- Hnii tinon their heads with a dead and tlckeului,' thug. fie struck the last one such a olow that Us eyes new open wlile, , Cot the stick had come Its duty, and the puppy dOL'gle died. , , . , Then the Dutchman pondered and scratched his frizzled pale, .faldhe "you've done got them open bnt by Jinks It tss too late." The g:me with lots of people, they keep their eyes tout tight, And vote er straight a daddy (lid, and argm that la riffht. Cut let me wuru you. to'.its, remember the pup nfea' fate And get you? eyes wide open before it Is tjo late. C....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 November 1895

vfttTf TT TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, NOV. 7, 13D5 yo. 10. New Winter Underwear AT Jf f Jfl CGDOD SENSE!? Stylo S27. 75o. Miscs. 13 ton years. ricatcJ Bust. Tfhito auu drab. I P. MARTIN & OO. DOM A Fine Rocker, A Fine Couch, A Fine parlor Suit, A Fine Bedroom Suit, A Fine Side-Board, Or anything else in the. Furniture Line. If you do see our goods and get our prices When in town see our Front Window. We are In the Furniture Business , I IjTT jLill L ; dies' iuslin Gowns. Fine Muslin Goods, Lace Embroidery, Ruffles and Tuck trimmed. New French and Empire Styles Watteau Backs, at 50c 75c, 89c 1 ,00. $ 1 .25, $ 1 .50 to $2.50. Ladies muslin Drawers. Fine Muslin Drawers embroidery and .'ace trimmed. Umbrella and Loe Fuller styles. 20th centuery cu'ts--yoke bands, at 22c, 25c, 29c, 35c, 50c 75c to $1.25. mais'ooosBEHBa 23 Oenta ea:b. Mj-le347, ncesatni. Biylo 848, ages 4 lo 0. Tor Boys or...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 November 1895

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE THE CAZHTE POBLISHINO AND PRIKTINO CO Lu A. Hdttow, President. H. Fostm, Beo'y A Treaa, HUTCHIHSOH, KANSAS. I've got my eye on you in this race, says the potato to Mayor Pingree. Don't call a man a "crank" because lie won't allow you to do his thinking. It Is becoming more and more appar ent that the saloon men are not running the city government not now. The Duke of Marlborough will have to secure the services of a clipping bu reau In order to keep track of himself, The women of Chicago have decided that there shall be no trolley on Indi ana avenue. That settles the question, of course. It must be as a result of the "new" conditions that William Condon hit his wife with a mop. That used to be a woman's weapon. Another New York heiress has gone to extreme lengths In stirring up a sen sation In the newspapers. She is to wed a plain American citizen. A young man In Ohio found the name and address of a young lady Inside a watermelon and it Is said their engage me...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 November 1895

t. i i .1 ft A STORYfQ INTERNATIONAL PRE ASSOCIATION CHAPTER XIII. HEN Dr. Walker had departed, the Admiral packed all his possessions back into his sea chest, with the exception of one little brass bound desk. This he unlocked, and took from It a dozen or so blue sheets of paper all mottled over with stamps and seals, with very large V. R. s printed upon the heads of them. He tied these carefully into a small bundle, and placing them in the inner pocket of his coat, he seized his stick and hat. "Oh, John, don't do this rash thine." cried,, Mrs. Denver, laying her hands upon his sleeve. "I have seen so little of you, John. Only three years since you left the service. Don't leave me again. I know it is weak of me, but I cannot bear it." "There's my own brave lass," said he, smoothing down the grey-shot hair. "We've lived in honor together, mother, and, please God, in honor we'll die. No matter how debts are made, they have got to be met, and what the boy owes we owe. He has not the m...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 November 1895

1)utcbin0on (5a3ette. Jstered t the postoffice in HatohlnsoD, Kansas, s second oIum matter. . HORACE S. FOSTER, UE A. HUnOM.x. ntu8 or Subscription, 11.00 per Yeas C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Druggist i' descriptions a Specialty. Aortb Main street Hutchinson Uimfiiig is still there! 'The campaign of 18'J6 befran at G 'tlock, Tuesday eveiiinK- What are jou tioinu to convert that republican brother of jour's? Eveky cause tliat bro-.rlit the peo nies party forth still exists. It will not be removed until the parly eon- 'taiictt the policy of the government. McKinley is teeliiur pretty good SsiHiik jou. So is Allison. iNews. So are the gold bn?s and uionopo- Sotsof Wall street, Bro. Morgan. .Mow that the election is over we Th to remind our free silver repub 3tan friends that the people's party will be the only party to declare for bee coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 ti,. next year. Taste this in your Sat. THE ELECTION KETUB.1S. The returns received up to last night irom all over the cou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 November 1895

a r-r r -- " - nUTCHISOX, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 199 We show everything new as it comes out. aoses i S SLw The Latest Eastern Fad. in medium and wide widths, assorted buckles-assorted prices. Bicycle Corsets, another new thing, in black, drab and white, $1.00 Pair All wool, 58-inch Cloth for Misses school jackets and capes, heavy and warm, needs no lining1, h tan mix tures: $1.35 Yard. GO -inch Kerseys in black, Navy and brown for ladies' capes and men's overcoats, in all grades; from 75c a yd. to the very finest at $3.50 a yard. 36 -inch Silk Linings, In black, seal brown and tan, for cape lin ings and facings, from i)9c to $1.50 yard. 27-inch, extra qual ity, black satin mervc laux for ladies' skirts, for trimming capes and lrescs, very wide and heavy, only $1.00 Yard. 'KFew Side combs, just in large assort mcnt all in new styles and sizes from 5c to 25c a pr 11 LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE 1 bber THE BIG WEDDING. The Duke of Marlborough and Miss Vanderbllt Married ...

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

EUGENE FIELD DEAD. THE WELL KNOWN POET DIES SUDDENLY. Stricken by Heart Disease While Asleep "Sketch of HU Career Won Ills Reputa tion In the West Was a Great Ad niirer of Little Children. Chicago, Nov. 5. Eugene Field, poet, story writer and newspaper man, whose works wore mid and ad- mired in all parts of thiscountry, died ill bed at his home in Buena Park, a suburb of this city, about 5 o'clock vesterdav momiug.froni heart disease. Eugene Field, newspaper worker, poet and friend of the children, was born in St. Louis, Mo., September 21, 150. He was the son of Roswell Mar tin and Francis (Reed) Field. His father was a distinguished lawyer and one of the counsel of Dred ocott in the famous slave case. His mother died in his infancy, and his childhood was passed in the care of his cousin, Miss French, at Amherst, Mass. At the acre of 18 he entered Yilliams college, but, his father dying soon after, his guardian placed him in Knox college atUalesburg,IU. He remained therefor eighteen...

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

All the cabs In London plaCM u line would make a length of forty-four mile, . Building ground comes high in Lon don. Lately a plot of 57 square yards on Lombard street sold at 80500 per square yard. The Treasury department has issued a comprehensive statement of the re ceipts and expenditures of the govern ment from 1890 to 1895. It is queer, but a lively bolt often results in a dead-lock. Envy is an acknowledgment of the good fortune of others. Those whom we have compelled to concede our natural advantages are the ones who nro best' acquainted with our feeling. When a married man buttons his suspenders on eightpenny nails it is sure evidence that ho'has been disap pointed in love. If there is anything which will make a young man query whether evolution is not a failure it is to see a pretty girl kiss a pug dog. The shortage of the European beet sugar crop this year is estimated at 1,200,000 tons. A home for superaouated school teachers will be established at Eure ka Springs, Ark. A...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 November 1895

Corn, to Mr. and Mrs. . E. Cbion, of l'levoa; a 12 lb. boy. This younii .populist is a grandson of Terry Chiun ihe Plevna merchant. Kpent Hnndy Mere. Hon. Jerry Simpson spent last Sun day with friends in (his city. 11 fpofce Saturday afternoon and evening utLarned and reports great meetings Jerry Is all right. New Millinery More. Mrs. J. Benford bas just opened a arjie and complete stock of millinery goods and will guarantee satisfaction .n quality and prices. Give ber a call and be convinced. Cor. Alain street and Ave. A. A Mcrnp. Last Sunday Frank Bvgs tried to get get Joe Cbiist to pay a board which he claimed was due him. Upon a refusal to dosoBoggs knocked him down and on Monday daid $13 into the city treas ury for the fun. Billy Thompson Lnudlortl. Mrs. Dwiglit, the proprietor of the Urunswick hotel, on last Saturday sold her interest to Billy Thompson. Billy requests the Gazette to state that he w :. eat with him wjiin in t-liu ui. Who Van Uent It. Mr. A. 0. Parks, of Haven, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 November 1895

J, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, NOV. 14. 1895 NO. 11. TfW . R "Winter Underwear LADIES. At 15c Each. Ladies' cruim Jersey ribhed vests extra flood weight crochet tiuish. At 20c Each. Ladies' cream lleece lined Egyptian ribbed vests crocheted and tape liuish. At 25c Each. Ladies' ecru and pearl ribbed vests, fleeced, silK tape finish, peail buttons, extra value. At 75c Suit. Ladies' natural and ecru, fleece lined union suits ''oiieita" silk tape and 4-iocbet finish At 98c Suit. Ladies'grey merino wool union suits "oueiia" heavily fleeced pearl buttons nid silk tape finish. Switches and Hair Chains made to order at our Millinery Department. P. RfiARTIN' c MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, - Henry S. Zinn THE Jeweler and Optician, Can sell you a pair of solid gold spec tacles for f3.rc a better pair for 4.75, and an extra heavy pair $5.75. If you want cheaper spectacles aslt 1dm frr his $1.50 glasses, the best gl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 November 1895

A KANSAS TKAGEDY. ONE OF THE RICHEST MEN IN THE STATE FIRED ON. Crawford Moore Badly Wounds Major John M. Laing of Leavenworth Mrs. Moore was the Cause of the Shooting Her Relations With Laing- the Cause. Leavenworth;, Kan., Nov. 11. Just as Major James M. Laing, probably the wealthiest man in this city, and one of the wealthiest in the state, was about to go to his office in the center of the business section of this city yes terday, just after the close of the churches, Crawford Moore, a machin ist, now traveling for the Great West ern Manufacturing company, called to him. The two talked together for some time when Laing started to leave. Just as Laing turned toward the stairs Moore drew a revolver and fired four shots in quick succession. Three of these struck the stair casings after Passing through Laing's clothes. The fourth struch Laing in the right thigh, passed through the flesti without touching the bone and was cut out just under the skin near the groin. Laing rushed into ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 November 1895

fba Last Cbanca. MRS. JOHNSON HAD ONLY ONB CHANCE TO SAVE HER LIFE. Kw Dm the Work of Three Along Women. From the Ledger, Mexico, Mo. Mrs. Luclnda Johnson lives In Mexico, . Mo. The Ledger baa just succeeded in ob taining an interview with her. This Is the a bstance of her story : In the winter of 'Vi and '?8 Mrs. Johnson was, like many of her friends, attacked with la grippe. Yes. we've most of us had it and know its wrecking powers, when it pets in its work on a good constitution. Well, Mrs. Johnson, along about Christmas, was prostrated. All the medical aid here In the city only "brquRht her around," as an ''herbs and roots" fenialo syin , Tiathizer expressed It, and she was left In a debilitated and exhausted condi tion, and experienced a constant pain In her loft tide. She was wholly unfit for her domestic duties and was un able to do any work abcut the house, even after the la grippe fover and its character istic sickness had left her. (She is a con sistent member of the churc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 November 1895

Tbutcbfnson (Swttc. Entered at tbt poatofflc Id Hutohlnaon, Kansas, M aeoond elm matter. HORACE 8. FOSTER, UE A, HUTTON. Trans or Subscription, $1.00 per Yiab C. E. SIDLINGER, F rescript ioDa a Specialty. Aorta Main street Hutchinaon The dollar ia jus' a? hard to get ua it was before the election. Choose je tins day one of these, republican or people's party . the Many business men are just one week nearer bankruptcy than before the election. MomuLL, wrote the thanksgiving proclamation before he heard from Lyou, and Sedgwick counties. That mortgage is u little nearer due thin it was before the election and the prospects for paying are just a little worse. Tub Clark County Clipper, last week used a whole poultry yard in re joicing over the defeat of the local re publican ticket. U. S. Senator Baker's successor in the state senate is a democrat and it is reported that the senator himself Is jyetty well pleased. J. J. ISarnes, of Pratt, fell outside trie breast works in bis race for co...

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