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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

'11, TUE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS UiLlANCK OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, FEB. 13, 1896 NO. 24. VOL. 6. Bright new stuff Markets mJt ' t Just a little idea of what has arrived. One item from each department. Now whito Dcmitics of lon staple cotton 1 tier lliiiu the liust von vcr bouih nt 12 1-2cto30cyard. pieces line Zephyr Ginliains every in ttern is new the value is very high we sell tliem At 15c Yard. A Little Embroidery Talk. 2."),000 yards New Embroideries in Cambrics, Nainsooks, etc. Vine match Sets and Daintiest oE dainty patterns in tlie latest uovtlties. The new lincu embroideries used for trimming the many novelties in lincu color stut's for wasli dresses, and the most elegant line of popular priced, good wea-ing cambric edging ever bought by us. They start as low as 4c yard and range to the highest altitude of neatness and beauty Sample orders will be promptly tilled. ip. martin MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, MINERAL SPRINGS. Hot Water,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

THE HUTCH1HS0N GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHIHO AND PRINTINO CO I A. Hotto, J'resiUint B. t. FOkTBR, Sso'y & Trsss. EUTCHIHSOX, KANSAS. Lit every woman dressed to please the. verage man she wouldn't spend half tto much for clothes aa ehe does now. The times are hard. Paderewskl ta' now only abl to pick up from 20,000, .to 130,000 a week for playing the piano.) i Venezuela has the modern Idea of, war. She Intends to take a whack at J. Bull's pocketbcok. That's his weak Iint. Or perhaps it should be said that the hew Captain-General Weyler of Cuba is expected to Weyl the rebels back Into' the Spanish camp. The rumor that England is going to tmy Cuba is absurd on the face of it England is not in tho habit ot buying things she hankers after. I The Cubans seem to be the eel peo ple that are fighting Instead of talk- Ing. But even in their case It Is very difficult to find out what they are do-; tog. A Missouri farmer figured it out ona ainy day that he had walked 300 miles in cultivati...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

THE POPULAR LOAN. T IS A FRAUD OF THE MOST TRANSPARENT KIND. Tt-l', "!onlt to B Sold - for Gold Only titl the Wanker Han the Oolrt A PIy for Votarj That Won't Work. ' . Tlie so-called popular loan is a Iraud 80 obvious that the wonder la It was ever called by that name. Certainly our officials are becoming very bold, or place a very low estimate ou the Intel ligence of the people, when they resort to such methods to excise their shame ful official conduct. In the sense that this loan Is advertised only does It or will it differ from the dark lantern transaction which Cleveland and his former partner made with the syndi cate by which the public credit was put Jn au Anglo-Americaa pawn-shop for seven months, at n cost to the people of not less than ten million dollars. As everybody knows the bonds aio fold for gold. only. How can it be called a popular loan when there is no gold in the possession of the people? Even the plutocrat pa pers, that are never careful about con sistency, are...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

I IbutcMnson (Ba3ette. Catered at the poetofflce In Hulchlnson, Kansas, u second clue matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, lE A, HUTTOM. rcKUS OF 'JUBSCRimON, 1.00 ferYeaii ami 1111 ' , f n NONE1 FEBRUARYI 896. Sun. Mon. Tub. Thur. Frl. Sat. 3 9 JO 11 12 13 14 15 Hi 1 23 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlae XDruLggist I'jeacriptious a Specialty. Sorth Main street Hutchinson Our Candidates. For President, CONGRESSMAN J AS. MAGUIRE, ef California, For Vice-President, MAYOR PINGRJiE, of Detroit. PLATFORM. The establishing of a purely demo cratic form of ftovernment, in which very voter has a chance of passing on 'til laws of general application, trough what Is known as the initiative 4.nd referendum. OUR SI.OOAN. Ho more bonds forever. When thingsget bad they are hard ta mend, when they get d d bad they mead themselves. So its the late bond issue that's go ing to restore confidence. Wbat a chestnut this confidence business is any way. Aren't you getting tired of it? Is Switze...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

pffKri aoos co. ,1 UUTC111. sON. KaNSA.? JM A. MILNE, Man. inter ASffar as we are con cerned is gone. We have no winter goods to clean out, we did ihat long ago. We think it is too late to Offer you a hat or wrap iihat we tried to sell five years ago for $15 00, at $2.00. We think that even at $2.00 it is too dear. Let us rather turn our attention to Spring, '96 It is almost with us, and we show on Mon day morning a great many new things for the season. Another 3 cases Wash Goods. Syrettes, Natos. and the New Bijazet see them-new work, last colors 75 pieces to choose from At 75lc Yard. Side Combs. -Are a necessity, why not make them an or nament? We have a new invoice of these goods to retail at 5c, 10 15c, 20 and 23c a pair, from two to five inches long, all new shapes. Ladies Vests. New Spring Weight, Ucrue Ribbed, Lightly JJieeced-made to retail at, 35c but close buying and celling lets them out At 25c EACH. Mail Orders attended to the day as received Same THE LEADER J--0. . J. W...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

THE SENATE PROGRAM HEARING SET FOR THREE IMPORTANT TOPICS. Senator Vest Again Scores Secretary of Agriculture Morton Bates of Tennes see, Defends the Secretary' Seed Policy Vepubllcau riam Frustrated. Washington, Feb. 11. Although the Senate failed to accomplish much yesterday, the session served to make definite the program on a number of important matters. Mr. Morrill, chair man of the finance committee, gave notice that he would call up the tariff bill on next Wednesday. Mr. Call so cured unanimous consent that the Cuban question be made the special order following the deficiency appro priation bill. Mr. Davis, author of the Davis resolution on the Monroe doctrine, gave notice that on next Wednesday he would call up tho reso lution. Thus tho three most import ant pending questions were given a definite time for hearing. Consideration was resumed on the resolution directing tho Secretary of Agriculture to carry out the law for the distribution of seeds, and Mr. Vest, Democrat of M...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

A dream about Mother Eve is a rar titta that your sweethea rt is sincere. To dream that your beard has grown very long means success in business. To dream of a crocodile is a sign that tome one will try to murder you. A dream of the moon mdUIcs a sud den and entirely enexpjeted pleasure. A dreiim that you are bleed in? ind! catci the loss of property or. reputa tion. " ' 1 To dream of ijoin-r dri's-Bud in white nieans success in yf;..r next undertalr "ig. a dream about a l::U-her invariably fortells some iniufoiUine to the fair d'r?anier. To dream of a swa'.low signifies that you will soon ma he the acquaintance of a (.trance younr lady. PARALYSIS. From the rress. New Tori: City. Morris Preslatier of No. 1 Pitt Street, New York, who is a real estate agent and collector of rents, caufjht a severe cold early last pprltir, which settled tipon his kidneys. Soon lie began to uffer severe pain in his backbone, sides and chest. His symptom3 grew rapidly more alarming, until at last he was ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 February 1896

I FRANK V. WOODWAKU, DENTIST. Odlco andres'tdanca In the Mct'urdy-GIUelt building soutbweil corner o( Jluln aud buur aaii. i.sslUciicu third tour. ValveraalUt Chare. Sunday school 10. in., junior meeting 4 p. in. All are cordially Invited to " ineae serviced. Strangers especially invited to the evening service. Oeo. N. Falcunbu, pastor. Bui glare). On Tuesday eveninK burglars dun a hole in the rear end of the axle gro cery store, large enough to admit an arm and lifted the bar which fastened the back door, and tntered the store. 'Xlie only loss discovered is a lew sacks of flour K01I0 tu the 1'iibllr. On Feb. 15, 1S9U there will be a joiw. 1'ublic Jjiiie, ot live stock, implements and household goods, at tue Ksii Front l'very barn on Second avenue west, Hutchinson, Kansas, and oat ties having auyihiug they want to dis pose of please leave a list of 11 at the Gaze it k ollke or see L. iS. Kent, the Abutioneer. A nil to. Tat tles that are going to make a sale ( and are not convenient ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

teal THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOOiSf, FEB. 20, 1896 NO. 2.5 VOL. 6. Martin's Didn't, But some one said: 111 blows the wind that profits mbv.ly." "Trade winds" blow our waj Tbee winds bluw (not ill) but prolit to everyone iu the great taoler.tla .or beautifully ricb, pleasantly serviceable, uew and "Stylish Dress Fabrics." Somo dress stuffs we are showingthe pries is very importune; vvatch it! At 35c Yard. A surprise for-yon full line of colors and a pretty jet black in all wool dress sere its 40-incfces wide. At 45c Yard. The pride of the stock for 1390 -a handsomely finished 40 men all wa-oi Henrietta ic a rich flossy black. At 59c Yard. " Silk and wool Mohairs 42-inch wide novelty check patterns ttiat are right tip to date in color combinations. N. B. We advertise many MohairsMo hairs are stylish. P. MARTIN & CO., MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, NEW STOCK OF IMPLEMENTS, Geo. IVicKinstry & Co., Have ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE TBI GAZETTE PDBLISHINC AND PRINTIN3 CO Imm A. Bottom, President. H. I. Fowl it, Beo'jr A Trea. BUTCHI8S0H, KANSAS. Chief Tall of the Osages was reported ifto ha short lis his anrcounta last week. .. .v.,.. - . ...V... - Says the Wichita Eagle: "We do not like England in anything." How about the bottom of the tureen? - o illlwaukee editors are talking of Ughtlngr a dnel." This wOT flouhtless he accomplished by putting shot in their Ink-wells. Hour by hour, fellow-citizens, wo are teing remorselessly brought noarer to the time when the straw-billot fiend will have his quadrennial attack. If President" Kruger's pictures in the papers are accurate we believe the gold brick operators have overlooked a fine Cold for operation in tho Transvaal. Occasionally there 13 something In name. A man named Flood wanted to be put on tho water commission in Boston and tho mayor would uot have It. v. It is said that it takes money tii get teto the United States senate.'' This may...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

American Steanf fiauh HUITOI. ,&..OSWlV- proprietors. i .? . m,-r yf- ; ; ... $ Telephone heft. 'si Sherman' Street, -,- , i ' . IV,; .; , .; ' HUIHISQNf i ? I j i i'i - i; KANSAS. T. J. Wolfersberger, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. Wolfernberjrefl 1 Makes a speafaity of country salM" Spi'alts b itli 'German ' una Kngltab 'Prices to suit the; , times. ' Pesidenoe, No. 7.10 Avenue K' Call at Gazette flee or V indents store. The Oldest Wholesale Whisky House ,y iti Kansas City. Standard Liquor Company, OLIVER & BRYAN, Establibhed by 1L S. Patterson U8 6H Broadway. - K'aciiii City, Ma , n.oa Kmilarfcv lourn.-l.M, !.), '2A (I UO. Si.i'O per (ration. IVnn.orMa, Uyo, J.0. l 00, l.0O, l-r gallon. . . Brandies, Yinss, G!n. kummsl, AlcouOl.Bnn Tai'ma: Cash with ordnr. No extra oliarfa, f. o. B., Eansaa C'itj, Mi. S.ad for Catalog ! u J t'ric.List. . rn wr?-r.rt tl $ jirwuiaunj' mssx .UilJ!Ui!I. JOSEFf ST. LOUIS.PHSACO, OMAHA PEOSlK sT. PAUL AMD MlltHEAPOL wUa Dtolnf fcir. 'Vrtiiljnlfwl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

stand at the poatefflce In Huicttiasea, IwH a aoan4 olsai matter. ORACE S. FOSTER, EE A, HUTTON. fnUIS Or iUBSCKIPTlOJC, $1.00 PKH YlAB RJNIONI I FEBRUARY 1 896. 31 3 Sun. Mon. Tue. Wei Thur. Frl. Sat ; 3 1. hR 1 ' jl fTTo U 12 13 14 15 : J T6 17 18 19 20 21 22 f J23 24 25 26 27 28 29 f C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDruiggist 1' ascriptions a Specialty. A ortb Main street Hutchinson Our Candidates. For President, CONGRESSMAN JAS. MAGUIRE, of California, For Vice-President, MAYOR PINGRc-E, o' Detroit. PLATFORM. The establishing of a purely demo cratic form of government, in which Avery voter has a chance of passing on ill laws of general application, iaroueu what is known as the initiative and referendum. OUR SLOGAN. No more bonds forever. Long, Calderhead, and Blue are the only supporters of Cleveland's finan cial policy in the lower house of con gress from Kansas. Tub News is rapidly regaining it old time positien. as the chief of liars The article in Monday's paper refering to the Gazett...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

TSSIiiiii'i J7?'' '""3 IITJTCUI80N, KANSAS J. A. MILNE, Man. Spring Arrivals arc Blooming IPorHi In bewitching array, new dress goods, hew wash materials, new silks, all charming in patterns and colorings. It is a gala show for lovers of the beautiful, find makers have shown .good sense in fixing prices right for us; we always make the price right for you. Why not call sometime this week and see some of these new beauties? Specially Pretty are the new Windsor Epetants All new patterns, new designs, ne"v fabric, colors warranted fast All at the right price. Choice of 50 patterns. At 7ic yd. We have still a small "Jag" on hand of this season's cloaks that we will clean out at your own price. Special Values. In aU linen toweling in bleached and unbleach ed at 75, 9, and 1 1c yard, you have been paying 2 Ic yd more for these same goods all the time. Send for samples. Mail Orders attended to the same day as received he LEADER Dry Coeds Co. TILLMAN'S SPEECHv mo irom iinttaio wuom onra or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

f pRRIBLE FIRE IN A SHIRT v . i WAIST FACTORY. ' Jump to the Pavement From lha Sixth Story Windows -830 Oirt aad Women la Fanle at Trojr, N. I. Caused by Careless Boy. Troy, N. Y., Feb. 18. A small boy e.arclessly . throwing a match into a mie or oiiv waste, a uiasiinir muss ui ilames. 330 girls and women frenzied with fright, fighting for life as the hot flames chased them with hungry tongues this was the beginning of a lire last night that consumed thous ands of dollars worth of property and caused the destruction of many lives. From the outside of the high build ing, the first notice of impending dis aster was the sight of a body of girls as they rushed out upon the lire es capes from the windows, those who were fortunate enough crowding out the entrance. Following them was a mass of smoke with Mashes of hot flame in lurid streaks. Then the mass of frenzied humanity, finding the egresses too small for instant escape, began climbing over tho sides of the escapes, and bundles of cl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

. if: A SUMMER OUT1NO. nrasnre nod Benedti to B J)i rtad In the Mouji klnp if dalorad. ' The days archei7,hcB one 'begins , to make plans W bM tummer routing, nd studies railway maps and questions friends to learn of tlio best spots, and whera the most varied amusements may be had for the least outlay. To Kansas people the Rocky mountains are tbje most convenient and afford op portunity for the enjoyment of tastes of all shades' Twenty-four hours places the roost eastern dweller of the state right 'lin the heart of the great divide and be has enjoyed such scenes en routo'aa wealthy tourists go across the ceadtoflnd. The Denver & mo Orafade road, the Great Scenic RouN! M the world, takes you at pueblo; or .Den ver, nd whirls you through canons where there nm have been an en chantment and w Riant arms have dashed the boulders into their present resting places. The ride through the Roval Gorge displays the great in genuity of its engineers, and the ob stinate determination ot its b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 February 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. OUce andreeldance In the McfJurdj-Glllett 1 lUdinj. Southwest corner of Main nJ 8lwr uvl. i.esldencu third foor. A Twelte fan a 4 Boy, Will Bemick, the popular restaurant dan wa3 setting up the ciar Tues day ever the birth of a twelve pound hoy baby which was bora earl; that tJiiiversittlst tUiiroH. Sunday school 10 a. m., junior meeting 4 p. m. All are cordially Invited to these services. S' rangers especially invited to the evening service. Geo. N. Falconjsii, pastor. Ladles' and Gentlemen's Visiting cards with jour name and ad dress neatly printed, at 60 cents per hundred. Call or address. CiAZE'lTE PCIt. CO. Llceuceil (v Marry. Marriage licenses were ? ranted, on Monday to Mr. Lewis Fegettand Mat tie l. Wright, of liuutaville township. The couple a: e prominent young peo iJeof the banner populist township in tounly. Deettlis- Mr a.i i U4. ..... -.i .ijiK'ii ion the loss of their iiulu daughter Mildred, who died Saturday evening of tonsilitis. The fune...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

J 1 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEGPLE'8 PARTJ AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, FEB. 27. 1896 VOL. G. NO. S3. SNAP SHOTS At Newly Opened Goods At 00 ttoz. PrunuT Shirt Wuists colore tr good make Is good-fit is good lrice is right 50c Each. . 130 Pieces Outings, Some to aell at Ec, some at Cc. some at Sic and some at 10c yard. Values iv mnpribinly good. Patterns are all j-igbt too --. Do you Want any? Costco Buttermilk soap for 10c box. Whisk Brooms 14 inches lonr at 10c t-ach. luk tablets GxO inches 74 sheets, Xctacli. Memorandum books 72 pages 1 c each. (To help you remember these things) - When You Want Anything, We Have it or We'll Get It. P. : MARTIN & C.; MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, NEW STOCK OF Geo. LIcKinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardware A full line of Farm Machinery Ploaso cnli ontl tec these prods aixl l.anges, as well as eviiytbingm iLc Tin, cuipk'te. Coming down with tfia Dc-g'i ftinne & Ko.22 South M...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

NICARAGUANS REBEL. OUTBREAK IN THE NORTH AND WEST STATES. In Full Revolution Against President Zeluya Revolutionists a Faction ol the Political " Tarty Now In Power Mnrtlal Law Proclaimed. ... , Managua, Nicaragua, Feb. 25. News has been received here of the outbreak of a revolt, and tho districts north of Lake Managua, comprising the departments of the West and .ot the North, both of them numerously . populated, are ia lull revolution and are armed against President Zclaya. The president has lost no time, in proclaiming martial law, and is re cruiting' the army rapidly, having already impressed many men. Tho revolutionist are a faction of the political party now in power in Nicaragua, and the opposition party seems quiet at present, with no pur pose of joining the revolution. All mail and telegraphic communi cation between Managua and the dis turbed districts in the West and North lias been stopped. Details of the eon- dition of affairs are, therefore, meager. AFTER VENEZUELAN GOLD...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

m . . ' 7 ' - ' ' '' . . v , atsawa-awa.awaia.aaMaaaaaiMa ft r There are 2467 different Taricties oi tit escapes and ladders to be used if mergencics. Vur Influences combine to red lire heall la the danger limit. Tno reviving properties ol taker's Ginger Toulc best o urioine these 111. Every jjood man makes unwritten laws that others have to keep. ' Kreryoie lmownhow It la la suffer with corns. Hurt ilit-y ore not conducive M ' Jracefiil milting. Iicmove them with Utndmoras. 'f Seventeen thousand patents for tin faianufacttiro of ink have been taken out in Great Britain. t Tutor: "Xow, can't you pivc raa orae reason for so many people suf fering martyrdom in this reiguV" Tu pil: "Oh er er that was their hob by rPiok-Mo-UV A machine makes 400 cigarettes a. minute. 4, Huntingdon, Ind., has a lady' hank cashier. tl -'' ' Evaporated potatoes are a Minneso ta product. . Manchester sliip canal does not pay expenses. ' . Baltimore has a compulsory bathtub ordinance. VirginitTpossesses the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

Tbutcbinson (Sa3ette. Intend t tba poetofflce In-Hnlchlneon, Kansas, aa second olaea matter. E. 8. NETTLETON k CO. Proprittora. rating OF iUMCIIPTlOS, $1.00 fmYkab HJNTUnI SRrTV C. . SIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist t,iwri(iiiuii8 a Specialty. Aoreh Main street Hutchinson FEBRUARY 1 896. Sun. Mon. I Tus. Wid. Thur. Fit, SaL : P 1 9 jio u il il i : 1177 78 20 22 j 23 24 25 26 27 28 21 SULUTATORY. This week without notice or heraldry of approach, but with cons'derable hope, we doff our hut to the food peo ple of Hutchinson and surrounding country, and beg your attention loos enough to tell you that we are here and shall have something to lay. However the change in the manage ment of the Gazette will not alter its political complexion. It will continue to expound the teachings of populism, earnestly believing that in their fulfil went, on! v, is the hope ot continued strength in the nation, and the fullest measure or justice toward all the var ious elements that in combination form our governm...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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