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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

V 0OKSOOOS CO. ?rrT HUTCHISON, KANSAS. J. A. MILNE, Man. Spring arc Blooming Forth In bewitching array, new dress goods, new wash materials, new silks, all charming in patterns and colorings, it is a gala show for lovers of the beautiful, and makers have shown good sense in fixing prices right for us; we always make the price right for you. Why i 11 1.2 4-1. in no u can some niuc tma vreek and see some of .these new beauties? Specially the new Windsor Epetants All new patterns, new designs, ncv 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 all linen toweling in bleached and unbleach ed at 75, 9, and 1 1c yard, you have been paying 2lc yd more for these same goods all the time. Send for samples. Hail Orders attended to the same lav OI 1nnnvTr9 the- LEADER Dry Goods Co. MY GOODS BOKNED The Crossing of Electric Light Wires C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

THE HUTCKIaSON GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHIKB AND PRINTINC CO Las A. Em-roar, H. . Fostch, FrealJmt Bec'y A Treea gUTDHIHSQH, : : MmI An Illinois man who died recently tad thirty-two coats. And still they lay there's no 6tyle in the west. The fireman who struck Corbett the Kher day is surprised to find be has Bade one of the most pronounced hits if the season. A royal duke is said to have reached ftls country by way of San Franscisco. This must be regarded rs a very serious iffront to New York. Enprllsh liberals are. said to be after Ltrd Salisbury's 6calp. If one can judge from photographs they will have need lo chalk their fingers. New York's financial condition can not be so bad as has been supposed. She Is purchasing weekly large quantities of horsemeat In Canada. Belva Lockwood has been disbarred for charging too large a fee. This, how ever, is a contingency which many a eman lawyer need not worry about. Prof. A. C. Totten of New Haven has irsued a calendar good for 67,713,255 ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

p' BEN TILLHANS flERY TONGUE. His Great Speech Arraigning the Administration of Grover Cleveland. PORTENTOUS WORDS FROM THE A Spescb That Will Liw In the History of Ida Country Liks Tf,333 of Lincoln, Clay and Webster, i - "God Forbid This Nation the Fate of Franco in 1789"'-I the Money Pow- er Conspiring to Bring on Another Conflict at Arms How the People . Were Deceived Inta Voting Democratic in 1902-811 Street Is Behind the Old Parties and Is Contributing to the Cam . paign Funds of Both-High Time That the People Get : a Party of Their Own Good Seasons for Vot ing the Populist Ticket. When Senator Ben Tillman, of South Carolina, got tbe floor In tlie senate to peak on the free coinage substitute, he spoke to a packed floor and galleries and received tho undivided attention ot 4 his hearers. The senator said that he would use plain Anglo-Saxon, tho language of the common people, for he was one of them. Ho spoke bitterly ot the essay reading Indulged In by senators, charg ing that ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 February 1896

-V FRANK V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. Office atidrridnct In the Mcurdr Glllett ouiKUDg Boutowest corner 01 main ana ouer man. i.eslUciice tliiirt foor.,- and V. - To the brethren from abroad we wish to say, when you attend the State con vention in tbis city the 18th of next month, come around and get acquainted Call at the Gazkttk ofllce and get good hearty welcome. VMlrsallat (hurrM. A grand Scotch concert will be given at Haven In the Universalist building Saturday. February 20th. There will be Scotch musio. Scotch singing, Scotch epeakingatd Scotch dances of ye olden times by a wee Scotch laddie. This will be an instructive as well as inter eating entertainment. Wan in I'tcetiom. Charles W. Ballard of 13urrton, lias upplied for a divorce in the district tout t, from his wife, Minnie Bullard, whom he married in Texas tnree years ago. Uis ground teems to be that be cts upon the principle that when he marries he want a woman, which is something he has not bad for more than a year. l'aitles...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 March 1896

G THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FAKMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. MARCH 5, 1896 NO. 27. VOL. 6. G-codLs AT . - - - : Chameleon A new Crcpon in clumguhlo colors. It is very pretty, comc3 in lively col ors and will mako a good cheap dresss 30 Inches wide 10c Yard at MARTINS Win. Simpson & Co's M-l satins, good for color, good for wear. In black with white and colored flowers aud in the latest Persian figures. 3-4 Yard wide 10c yard at MAETINS Ginghams, One case, 50 pieces "Calantha" dress ginghams in good colors. THIS COSTS YOU 5C YARD. 20 Pieces Renfrow Standard in good staple patterns 8 l-3e yard at MARTINS. "ASK And you shall Receive," samples of the prettiest and newest summer wash Goods P. RMRTIIN & CO., MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, - - Kansas NEW STOCK OF Ceo. MclCinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardware A fall line of Farm Machinery Please call and see these gocds and i.angea, as wen as everything in ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 March 1896

THE HUTCHWSOH GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHINQ AND PRIHTIHB CO LU A. HUTTOK, President, H. I. FOSTM, fieo'y A Treu BUTCHIHSOM. urns. KANSAS ITKMH OF INTKREST. the'Tow price1 of "tiu'HcV" has closed Ihe Alma creamery. AnAtchisoa -struct ... ear. driver ..has become an evangelist. This is proof crtaifc hat salvation is barred to bohody. The tiawretiee' Journal v puTDllsbod 'a 4, picture, of Frank Nelson, .the Linds i : biii-cr nrofessor. This .onirht to com plete anybody's happiness. Jc6S Mosely of Chautauqua county is looking for pasture for 1",000 head of Texas ' cattle. That's the kind of cattlemen the Chautauqua county , buyers are. The young Englishmen who were broucht to Kansas to learn fanning have scattered. Ono is at Cripple Creek and another is on the stage at Chicago. The rest have disappeared. The state board of irrigation will put in no more plants remote from town. A mile will be the outside lim it, and the town will have to give the Btate a deed for the land forty acres. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 March 1896

American SteusMn(uf P HUTCHISON, T.'J. Wolfcrsbcrger, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. Volfersberjjerf ri - n nAfi1fiHv nf pnimli'V 6alooj Speaks but.h German oo.i'fc.ngUsU.J Prices to suit the timas.(;;;.Peideaosy, No, 750 Avenue K. uuai unzeiw w flee or Vincents atore. The Oldest Wliolo-alo Whisky How in Kansas City. Standard Liquor Company; OL'IVKR & -'BRYAN, Established by It. S. Patterson 18fl 614 Broadway. Kansas City, M Kmitnoky Itourrlnn. $1.50, 2.5i, . It 00. tS.lW piT irallon. I'eno.orMd, ltyu. J.0. :l.00. $4.00, Brandies, Winos, Gin. Kummel, &!co&o!,Rua Tanot: Cash with ordnr. No extra charge, P. O. B., KditsaiClty, Mo. Send for Catalog o ami t rice Unl. SOLID TJiROOfiJi TRJI1J.S K&NSAS GITY. and ST. JQSEP! TO ST. L0U!S, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEORIA, ST. PAUL AMD M1NHAP0L!S, rVthDtalnf Can. VreilbnJed RraerlaH .leaping Cara, Kfclinlug Chair Cara (Beat free, ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS TO TTio A.tlan.tic Oo&ert Tin am LI HE FSI New York. BctTon, Baitimohs, Washinqton, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 March 1896

Entered st tha poauCe In BitcblM, luw, M aecond oUm Mttnr. C. . HETTLETOH A CO. PraariaUrg. mutt or dUMcairmnr, gl.OO FMYlaB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Diruggist inscriptions a Specialty. Aorth Vain street Hutchinson MARCH J 896. Sun. Mod. Tut. Wed. Thar. Fri. Sat illiiii IF I6 I7 J8 J9 20 2I 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 CALL FOR STATU ( OWEXTIOX, A dt lew to conventi.in of the ppiiolps party of Kus-as will lie lit-1 1 1 in tlio citv of Hutchinson Wednesday, March IMtli, lh!Hi, cnnveiilnz at eleven o'elo k a. m. for the purpose of uleet luir ninety-two d legates ami alternates to tin national convention of sold p.irtv to be lielil In bt. Louis, Mo , on July :!inl If'.'H Tlisba-isof representation itt said conven tion lxn ilel'ltatc for aril county mill one dclegats for encli county nnd one ttddltio.iul delr'Hiito for earli ll'T IhmkItpiI votes or Minor fraction thereof nisi, for I.. D. I.ewelllnjf for governor at the el'ictlon In hiil. It Is reoonmicnileil that tint county conven tions ...

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

i I HUTCHISON, KANSAS. A. MILNE, Man. J. o o o -. CL CD 0 W F O Are the Newest Thing. We s Them O O o o 3 O a CD H 0 h o 3 o o 5" CTQ CD 5' the LEADER I Dry Goods Co. LlVfc QUESTION. Ncveix IV. Sccrarr ado m Stats. Ab error prolific of eril oonMvcnoc to oeietyand alio to the itat iit&t failure to dirtingviih the one from the other. The tendency to confound them may be doe to the fact that the state com prise the same individuals as those composing society, and It strengthened, no doubt, by the manner in which popular knowledge or social progress in the past is chiefly acquired namely, through the study of histories devoted for the most port to a narration of the rise and fall of states. Nor is the error confined to merely vulgar opinion. Students of sociology are subject to its influence. Even so able and analytical a thinker as Herbert Spencer speaks of the state as "society in its corporate capacity," and says that "political speculation, which sets out with the assumption tha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 March 1896

CUBAN'' QUESTION. 'it tfi f J jfVII'l) t II I, the,, Hellefj.Jn ""Berlin ;.i United States. Is Oolng U T, That the, lie Hand ' In the I'ilitlWofiW World Silo W1J1 pave 'tircjen ,'yinie ia Case ofi War. ..; .i!".n . I. t ii i t iki .1 :i ; :.,..n.-;:. . i i l. f - .Bep.ms, Mareh.irr'Thlntention8 at the American' gbvernmont : toward tho rebell iorr i q Cu ba,' as: ind leated by the action of the United States Congress, awaked profound interest anil Wide spread, discussion lier'e, not only In the press ,and official ; circles,' , but In. all classes of society. The questions in Tolved are . not , regarded . by any means as .being confined i in their effects' to Spain and ; the . United States. The ' Cuban resolution is coupled with President ; Cleveland's Venezuelan message in the public mind, and there seems to be a deep seared conviction in the European mind that these incidents mark a de termination on the part of the United States government to depart from its time-honored course o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 March 1896

51STR QTnBYnCTUB RDFMrU RFVOI JITIQM ij X Will VI It 1U I i. BY WlLWE, ' INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER XI.w(Co.sriD,) Tharles!" cried his Bister.' breaking away from him and appealing to her husband, "who are these men? wnat are they here for?" He gave her no answer. r- i ' "Louis Trudaine, safdLdmaJiue,;. slowly drawing the -6rder' from' his' pocket, "in the name of the Republic, I arrest you." . "Rose, como' back," cried Trudalno. . It was too late; she had broken from him, and In the recklessness of terror had seized her husband by the arm. i "Save him!" she cried. "Save him,' by all you hold dearest In the world! You are that man's superior, Charles order him from the room!" Drnville roughly Rhook her hand oft i afm, : "LoiKUque is doing his duty. Yes, he added with a glance of malicious tri umph at Trudaine "Yes, doing his drfy. Look at me as you please your looks won't move me. I denounced you! I admit it I glory In it. I have rid myself of an enemy, and the State of a bad citizen. Re...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 March 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. Office andresidancs in the McCurdy-Glllett building siouthweat corner of Main and Bher man. Kesidence third fuor. The Nchoola. The school board met Monday night and adopted Bessy's brief botany, as the text to be used in school and al lowed bills amountiug to $194 05. Sup erintendent Winans submitted his re port for the month of February which showed 2,135 pupils iorolled with an average attendance of 04 per cent. Theft, were all told 1" cases of tardiness. In the high school there was none, and average attendances as almost 99 per cent Prom each of IT rooms there was no tardiness, suspension or cor poral punishment. This is a good shot, Vig, Tliey Fix lue Baaia The township assessors of Reno county met in the county clerk's office Monday to tlx the basis for assessment. The assessors were present from all townships except Arlington and Med ford. The following is the basis for personal property agreed upon. Hoises and mules 3 yews old and over, $10; 2 yea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

0 It JLJT 14 .. ,W E, US THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MARCH 12, L8S6. NO. 28. V vol. a Mow About Feet Wear? C1 (0 Have lots of good things in shoes good fitting shoes, you know; the kind that make you feel happy. Plow corn in these shoes and it's sure to grow; cook dinner in a pair and it will be extra good. Tit out the Family with "Martin's" Good Feel ing Shoes. For the Ladies. We have Dongola shoes with Op era too and patent leather tip at $1.25 pr. Dongola in better quality, tipped with patent leather in square and pointed toe. $1.50 pi'. Oxford ties with opera and patent eather toe 0,gC pr. Grandmas Home Comfort Ox ford tie good and broad with low flat heel common sense. $1,00 Get Good Feeling Shoes From P.. .MARTIN GO., MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, NEW STOCK OF IMPLEMENTS. Ceo. McKinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardware A full line of Farm Machinery Please call and see thes...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

THE GAZETTE. X. CL HrrrurroK & Co. E. G. NtTTLKTOX, Editor. - - KANSAS. HtJTCniNSON, KANSAS llilS OF I XT K BEST. Oats are being1 sown in Southern The Junction City creamery makes vcr a ton of choice butter every week. A Sumner county expression is that "prices are no higher than a cat's back anhmnped. The Standard Oil company is put I ling up pOO 'derieks on ' their . "oily" property in Wilson county. A license to sell cigarettes in Pitt--burg costs 5300 and but one dealer there has had the courage to try it. Out in Kingman county recently a ' firl flrcd a shotgun into the air in or ier to frighten a dog. She killed the Bog. , . . , . Ewing Herbert is still working on that Florida trip, and at the same time he insists that his circulation is Increasing. Bishop Vinceut will deliver the bac calaureate sermon at the commence ment exercise of the State university this year. .'Bertha Hurst, a poor girl who was Deserted by her parents when a baby knd who has since gone wrong, has bee...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

SISTER s CThRYOPTHE FRENCH REVOLUTION 51 -n wava-a-" - BY WILKIE. INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER XII. (Costisckd.1 The urlnclnal article of furniture In ftho Hall of Justice was a long, clumsy deal table, covered with green oa- At the head of this table sat the pres ident and hl3 court, with tneir mua uu, backed by a heterogeneous collection nf nntrini!. officially connected in va rious ways with the proceedings that 'were to take place. Below tne irom. '.the table, a railed-off space, with a 'gallery beyond, was appropriated by 'the general public-mostly represented, 'as to the gallery, on this occasion, by women, all sitting together on formH, knltUng, shirt-mending, nnd baby-linen making, as coolly as if they were at home. Parallel with the side of the table jfarthcst from the great door of en trance, was a low platform railed off, on which the prisoners, surrounded by their; guard, were now assembled to 'await their trial. The sun shone in ibrightly from a high window, and a hum of cease...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

Tbutcbinson (Basetie. Entered st the poetofllce in Hutchinson, Kaneaa, M second class matter. Bashore is a man of power capable of doing good service fortbe party in any capacity. May the Union prosper. E.G.NETTUTON a CO. Proprietors. I HUM 3 OF "ll'BSCHIPTlON, $1.00 fER Tcab MARCH-1896. !Sun7 Mon. Tue. Wad. Thur. Frl. SaL 8 9 0 iii2 23 j4t J15 J6 I7 8 9 20 2lJ 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 t 29 30 31 t The people of most of the European monarchies appear to be all the time in a state of suppressed revolt against their ruler-v, which at the llrst inisfor tune of the latter breaks forth in un controlled fury. The riots in Italy just now appear as timely evidence. The plodding Germans are probably however the nearest to the brink of ac tual earnest revolution. The bands that restrain them have been strained and ga ling ever since the present em peror has clinched bis iron band upon them.' C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson CALL FOR STATU 4 OSV...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

s pprsooDsco. HUTCHISON', KANSAS. A. MILNE, Man. $ g. O & o ct- 02 Are the Newest Thing. We Are 1 Them O 3. s CD 5" the LEADER Dry Goods Co. I LIVE QUESTIONS. A Bcrlii of Article Contrlbnti-d to TheM Columns by Advanced Thinkers. Ncmpeb VI. Practical Measures to Maintain Self Resi-ectixg Manhood. To maintain Keif respecting manhood uhould be of parauionut importance to un onlightened government, and while I cm profoundly convinced that radical and fundamental reforms, which com prehoud the abolition of class privileges and special legislation, are essential to the solution of the great problems which aio now pressing upon the intelligence and conscience of our civilization, yet I fully realize that to peaceably accom plish these splendid triumphs for a high er manhood, will require patient, ear nest and persistent education and agita tion which will stir to its depth the Con science of tho people. But this will nec essarily require time, and during thia period wit-e statesmanshi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

MANY RIOTERS HURT. ANTI-AMERICAN MOB BILBOA, SPAIN. AT Twelve Thousand 1'eraun.i Attack the American Consulate anil Vent Their 8lcen on American Stores Driven Off by rollce With Drawn Swords. Itii.nuA, Spain, March 10. There was another anti-American riot here yester day. About 13,000 people took part. The excitement was started by a group of youug men at a street corner, who began cheering every soldier who passed. Their conduct was imitated by other groups until every soldier on the streets was cheered by tho crowds. Some musicians wno refused to repeat the national anthem wee beaten and otherwise maltreated. The excitement gradually increased and riotous groups formed in the main streets, cheering for Spain aud de nouncing the United States. The au thorities did everything possible to naiutain order. The entire police force was turned out and the rioters were dispersed nga;n and again. The mob soon became so numerous that the police were almost helpless. Crowds armed themselves w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

if "THE WOODEN HENT Hatches chickens from hen's egfrs. It 1 10x15x8 Inches: . will tatio caro o 28 egga Write to Mr. (Joo. II. Stahl, Mfr.,Quiucyj HL. for a copv of his booklet "W," doscrib. inr the "Wooden . Hen," also large cata. lojuc Both sent free. Mention thm paper- It Is ea.sy eiioiifrli to bo cheerful in uccess, but the true test comes with failure. A woman in u tow i near Bangor, Me., is being laughed at because 6ho recently wont into a drug1 store . and asked for some of that "Monroe doc tepn." There are from eight to ten species of silk worms in this country. FATTENING HOGS COSTB ONE iCENT The editor recently heard of a farmer fattening hoga at less than one cent a . I m 1 1 1 11,1. lt.MAiinh ' jyounu. luis was uiuuu jiusbiuio imuuju the sowing of Salzer's King Barley, yielding over 100 bu. per acre, "Golden Triumph Com, yielding 200 bu. per acre, and the feeding on Sand Vetch, Teosinte, Hundredfold Peas, etc. Now, with such yields, the growing of hogs is more profitable ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 March 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, ' ' DENTIST. Office andreeldtraca in the McCurdy-GHlett building goathweat corner ot Main and Sher man, residence third foor. Katies tm Snfeacrlbvra. We huye always disliked to dun or be duuned. But sometimes it is necessary to do a little duning to keep from be ing dunned. In order to pay oil tbe mortgage upon the Gazette and get it clear from incumbrance we r-ave run very close to shore. JJills must be met and met with cash. There are a large number of subscribers on the books who are behind for some time, and ire would like to have as many as can. cal and pay up. We believe this is a good field for a populist newspaper and we want to work up the standard of the paper considerable above what it is and believe we can do so if we get the sup port the paper should lure. First Ward Populists. All members of the Populist party and all those who are interested in re form work, of both sexes, are requested to meet at the rcdiueuce. ot ti. No. 201 West Sixth, on the eve...

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