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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 April 1896

I. I. flUK tinCt'EKSOR to Beceived the first car load of their immense spring purchase this morning. Our Wash Goods, Do mestic and Lining De partments are full to overflowing with the choicest and latest of this spring's production EW. . . Percales,. Calicoes, istings, Shirtings, !EW PRICES. AllatW.M.C.&Co. What is left of the Leader stock goes at a great advantage to you They are nice, good, clean, and were cheap enough, but we want room for our new stock and as ve bought it cheap we intend to clean it all out this week. J. A MILNE, Mgr. I ' LIVE QUESTIONS. A ScrlM of Article Contributed to Thaw Columns by Advanced Thinker. Number X. The United States Not a Representative Govebxmext. The Remedy. A study of the congressional election return of 1894 provef conclusively that onr representative system ia a dotation and a snare. For instance, Massachusetts, with a Republican vote of 101,243, secure 19 representatives, while the Democrats, with 130,893 ballot! pollod, are repre sente...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 April 1896

PINGREE A POPULIST. STANDS PAT ON EVERY ARTI CLE OF OUR FAITH. Republican and Popnllsta anil Fra-8U er Democrat", Will Name Him for Governor of Mlehlsan May Ba Hoard From Joly S3. Miss Mary B; Miller, a student of the Englewood (Chicago) high school, has nominated Mayor Pingree, 4of Detroit, tor president. The nomination was made the other day at a meeting of the literary club connected with the school, her jiame waa on the program for a speech on Mayor Pingree and hla re forms. The speech will Interest re formers generally, hecause Mayor Fln grce'e views are given on the three great questions of the day Finance, Trrinspertation. Land. Here It Is: "Men are best known by the Ideas which they represent. "When we think of Washington, -we are reminded of the hero In war and In peace, who know no faltering In the darkest hours of the republic, and whs served his country for eight years with out money compensation. "When we think of Jefferson we think of hte memorable words: That which wi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 April 1896

9 SISTER A STORY OF THE FRENCH BSY0LUH0N1 3tf BY WILKI& INTERNATIONAL CHA1TER XVn.fCoNTlNCBn. He nnused. anil Trudalno again en deavored to speak such words as might Bhow that he was not unworthy of the dnartlv r!Rlr which Lomaque was pre pared to encounter. But once more the chief-agent peremptorily and Irritably Interposed. ' "I tell you. for the third time," he said, "I will listen to no expressions of oTflHtnrin from vou. till I know wben deserve them. It ts true that I recollect your father's timely kindness to me tnm thnt T hiivfi not forcotten what passed five years since, at your hous by tho river side. I remember every thine, down to what you would consld er the veriest trifle that cup of coffee for Instance, which your sister kept hot for me. I told you then that you would think hetter of me some day. I know that you do now. But this Is not all, You want to glorify me to my face for risking my life for you. I am weary of life. I can't look hack to It with pleasure. I 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. — 2 April 1896

FRANK V. WOODWA RD , PENT1ST. Office andre?iiiiinca is the McCurrtv.filllRtr building Souttnyest'pcrhea of Main ami Sber faun, itesldenct; thjrt:J'o ' v" ' ' Almost Bin, On Saturday eveninir a bat cougUt fire In the display windows of the Star clothing bouse, and as tbe windows were trimmed with tissue paper it bid fair to cause a conflagration; but water was turned in and even before the fire department got to the scene which was quick, the fire was out. The damage was not very large. Married. At the residence of the bride's par ents in Westminster township, Mr. E. E. Learned, of Stafford count;, and Miss Carrie E. Wright, on Sunday, March SStb. The ceremony was per formed by Bev. fj. M. Carr of this city, and who preaches at Stafford also. We understand bath have been, te3Cli- per ty attend t ie r wav i Hold. Dn test Thursday the large dry goods bouse called the Leader, passed front its zlZ r,z: ':t: h: new firm, W. M. Craig & CO. Mr. Craig is a large wholesale dealer in St. L...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. APRIL 9, 1896. NO. 32. VOL. 6. Tuk fine soring weather while you can see TH y0rwheS waving high above the back of the frolicsome Jack Rabbit f Are making things boom-Special interesters Come and see the fun-You 11 get interested and while you trade. MONEY MAKERS Our Zephyr Summer Corset It's cool and good too. 35c Each. Ladies' Long Sleeve Vests Ecru Eight weight for now. 25c Each. Ladies' Hose-Topsy kindGrowed fust and can't fade Double heel and toe, elastic ribbed top. 1 5C Pair. flhildrenRibbcd hose in all -sizes Good wearable kind, interes ter3 at 10c a pair, cost you S 1 -3C Tain Do you wish Samples Let us ii EfflARTaN & CO MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, NEW STOCK OF Geo. McICinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardware A full line of Farm Machinery Plea3e call and seethese goods and Ranges, as well as everything in the jTin, Complete. WE CULTn'ATK...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

CUBANS RECOGNIZED. BELLIGERENCY RESOLU TIONS ADOPTED. Carried In the Home by Vote of 214 to 87 Eighteen Republicans and Nina Democrat Voted Nay The Result Greeted With Cheers. Washington, April 7. There wis a very large attendance in the galleries of the House yesterday to witness the final action on the Cuban resolutions. Under the agreement made on Satur day, the vote on the adoption of the report of the conferees on the Cuban resolutions was the first thing in order after the reading of the journal and after Mr. Hitt had demanded the regular order, tho speaker put the question on tho adoption of the report The great swelling chorus of ayes was followed by a feeble scattering nega tive vote. Those who voted in the negative were: Republican, Arnold of Rhode Island, Atwood, Mack of New York, lioutellc, Daniels, Draper, Gillet of New York, (iillett of Massachusetts, Grout, Lefcver, Mott of Massachu setts, Moody, Toole, Simpkins, Wads worth, Walker of Massachusetts, Walker of Virginia...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

)1 an dollar imit In Parker's Olnsrer Toole to well Invested. It l"Mfi pain, ana rings better digestion, better strength and better health. According to the Abyssinian thel queen of Sheba was their ruler, and from her son, Menelik, their kings are1 descended. Good reasonatrtjy you should use Hinder corne. It tskC4Clt the corns, end tlien you have peace and comfort, mrcly a good exchange. 15c, a druggist. Grasshoppers are a Mexican delicacy I never used so quick a cure as Piso'g Cure for Consumption, J, B. Palmer, Box 1171, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 25, 1895. Adowa, where the Italions met de feat, is the second city in Abyssinia having about 7000 inhabitants. The Pilgrlm-Kaeter Kumlier Will be ready the early part of April. Everything in it will be new and orig inal. It will contain articles by Capt. Chas. King, U. S. A., ex-Uov. Geo. W. Peck, of Wisconsin, and other noted writers. An entertaining number, well illustrated. Send ten (10) cents to Geo. L Heaiford, publisher, 415 Old Colony ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

Tbutcbinspn (5a3ette. Entered M the postofflqe In fintchlneoa, Kansas, m aeoond olaaa matter. E.G. NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietors. Tmut or duascBiPTioN, (1 .00 fib Tiab ONTO C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDruiggist fjescriptions a Specialty. North Main street Hutchinson Or Leland think's McKinley 's toodle manager, Hanna, is just the kind of animal to make a chairman of the national campaign committee. Han nah appears to be a very good compan ion piece for Cyrus and his expression of the choice is natural enough. Again Heidleback and Ichleheimer have commenced work, trying to turn an honest penny, and are said to be preparing to export gold at a million a day or such a matter. There is great danger indeed that free coinage will drive gold out of the country. After long though not very patient waiting Henry Booth of Lamed, he of Coffeyviile dynamite fame, has again got a little job as servant of the dear people. Billy Edwards has appointed him successor of the late lamented George Sells. Thus ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

Ml 1 1 ffl th Cathode Rays Are needed to see the good val ues in these items from our new Spring Stock. Their worth is self evident, a child can appreci ate it. The only hidden thing about them that an X Ray COULD REVEAL would be the small margin of profit in them for us. Skirting Serges, WIDE GOODS, BLACK AND NAVY ONLY. 40-Inch, all wool, an excellent 50c cloth, and an apparent bargain-at 35Q yard. 48-Inch medium Wale coating serge, looks and will wear like an 85c fabric. A glance at this number will convince you it is a good thing at 65c yard. 52-Inch wide, Wale wool and Mohair luster serge; the prettiest skirt goods made, you can't muss it, and posi tively will not hold dust, a 98c serge at 65c yd. Table Damasks. Two numbers that require no photographic analysis to dis cover their value, 54-Inch, Loom, bleached all linen damask, not the 50c grade but the kind advertised as a great bargain at 52c, our real bargain price is 1 9c yard. 58-Inch full bleached union damask, the best wa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

THE GAZETTE. X. 0. Kktlxion A Co. E. 0. NlTTLITOW, Editoa HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS. probably Ballington Booth bolted be cause he wasn't a favorite son. Carrying the war Into Africa some times reacts disastrously on the car rier. History repeats itself. A Chicago Tnan is In a Minnesota jail for striking Billy Patterson. A St. LSuls syndicate has bargained 'for 500 cars of Ice for use at the con vention in June. It Is hard to realize there are really 501 candidates. The Standard Oil Company an nounces that it will bore 300 holes in 'Southeast Kansas this year. It looks like it would make the blame thing leak. , While waiters In the United States are forbidden to wear mustaches, army lofllcers In nnhlln urn romilrprl to Wear jthem. The sword of tyranny cuts both' ways. . The statement that gold will be much irheaper fifty years from now is a hint Ito those of us whose pockets bulge with ithe yellow metal to unload while there is time. The British ministers are so con Ivlnced that arbitra...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

i COMINQ EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS. WANTED A MAN. American Steam Laundry. HUTTOIX & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone io7, West Sherman Street. HUTCHISON, ... KANSAS. ONE WHO WILL NOT BETRAY THB PEOPLE. Entarvleir with Oea. Bherwooit parca the Binanolal Follcy -He Com of Other Nation to th Present" United State. l'olloj- of tha Gen. Bherwood has Just returned from a business trip to Indiana. Ho has had facilities for becoming acquainted with the condition of business, and last evening, when asked for the result of his observations, he said: "Business ought to be a great deal better, but we have the consolation that it couli not be much worse. I Baw a gcod blilness man in Toledo this morn ing, who has been In active business for twenty-five years, and he told me that this Is the worst February for business he had ever experienced." ' "Do you find business men generally talking that way?" "Business men generally are not as hopeful as one year ago, especially mer chants, and manufactu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 April 1896

... t' fraInkv: wood w ar d, DENTIST. Office andrcsldanca in the McCurdv-GIUett building Southwest corner of Main and, Sher man. KeslUencc third foor. f CUT Eleelloo. The city election was one of the most quiet ever witnessed. The regular cit izens ticket was elected in all but the Third ward, where S. J. Morris inde pendent was elected by a majority of seven o,verL. D. i'ollock for niein.ner of school board. In the First ward op position to the regular ticket got to gether to a considerable exteuf &nd cast is votes for Mr. Bailey f'C'r councilman to lC'J for 1'ellSs and 47 for Tlowson to 1-2S for Leighdigh. There was uo con test In any of tne other wards. VtXllliliii Holl-t. Saturday evening, the 4th of Api il. at the residence of the bride 8 parents Mr. J. E. Conklin and Miss Helen T. l.udesill wire united in 'jiatriiuoity by Kev. Alfred T.rown. The wedding was a iuiet and unostentatious affair, but was of course iioite the less pleas ant and happy for that. The bride is an ac...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

hi 0. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PJCOi'LE'S PARTY" AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. vol. a HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUKSDAY NOON, APRIL 16, 1898. KO. 33. Here and There Through the Departments at Find Here What You Need. At $1.00 per Pair. In Line for Spring Cleaning Lacs Curtains, 54 inches wide and 3 1-2 yards long. Percales for Waists and Dresses, double wide, 10 cents yard. Job in good Elastic for Garters, blue, red, black green, 5 cents yard. 10 Pieces Plaid Nainsook, great value 5c yard. 011 Red Table Damask, 60 inch wide at 25c yd. At 75c yard-Salkalene for door and window draperies, 30 inch wide, good pattern. Grey Calicoes, 100 pieces, standard brand, 5c yd 100 Pieces Scotch lawns, fast colors, 27 inches wide, 5c yard. 60 Dozen Topsy black Brown Crash, all pure First Class Millinery "15 i MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, Ceo. fyJcKinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardware A full line of Farm Machinery Please call and sectbcse poods and Kanges, as well as ever...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

if HOLMES' CONFESSION. THE AUTHOR OF TWENTY SEVEN MURDERS Six Other! Were Planned, but Failed Him Declares He Was Born With the Evil One In Jllm, and That lie Is Assuming the rbjslcal Form of Satan, Philadelphia, April 13. H. H. Holmes, the multi-murderer now under sentence of death for the mur der of Benjamin Pietzel, lias made a confession. In prefacing the confession, which covers in full nearly three newspaper pagres, written in Holmes' own band writing, anil detailing with a minute ness tliut is at times revolting, the arch-mutilator and author of twenty seven murders, as he admits himself to be, states with something lino pathos that he docs so simply that he may obtain money enough to educate his boy. Holmes writes of his blood-curdling atrocities with an abandon tbatsimply appalls one. Not one grain of remorse (teems to enter into the construction of that document and never for a mo ment except in two isolated cases one where he refers touchingly to the memory of Minnie Will...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

9 SISTER A STORY OF BY WILKIE, THE FRENCH hbVULU 1 it 'IN INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XXI. E SPOKE the last sentence with a faint smile, and with the air of a man trying,. In spite of himself, to treat a grave Biib- 1 ll.ktln 1-1 1.1 Y-Jr face clouded again, ' 1 J however, In a mo- mcnt.when he look ed towards his sis Her work had once ter as he ceased. more dropped on her lap; her face was turned away so that he could not see it; but ho knew by the trembling of her clasped hands, as they rested on her knee, and by the slight swelling of the veins on her neck, which she could not hide from him, that her boasted Btrength of nerve had deserted her. Three years of repose had not yet en abled her to hear her marriage name uttered, or to bo present when past times of deathly suffering and terror wet'e referred to, without betraying the Bhock In her face and manner. Tru dalne looked saddened, but in no way surprised by what he saw. Making a Blgn to Lomaque to say nothing, he ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

Ibutcbineon Alette. lateral at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, 8 second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. Xrxs or 4cbschiption, II JO per Yeas Bunion C. E. SIDLINGER, Prescriptions a Specialty orth Main street Hutchinson COMMITTEEMEN ATTEXTIOR. We again print tbe list of populist county central committeemen with Wank spaces for those yet unheard from. It is important that we should have all these names so that work can be begun Immediately, and the State committee may know whom to address. Following are the names and postofllces Albion Frank Field Pretty Prairio Arlington .... John Lowe A rllngton . . Sell Castleton Capt. 0'Leary....Castloton ... Center T. 8. Crottt Partridge .. Clay H. D. Turkle Hutchinson . .. Enterprise .... Chas. Lufton Abby vllle . , Grant roT A, L.Nelson HyWIa Haron O. S. Bishop Haven Hayes M. G. Iluckler Peace Crei'k Buntivllle ....Peter Spiinlol Huntsvllle .... Lanlon I. H. Holmes Langdon .. loeftt' Medford C. Walkup Xlckerson. . Medora Mia...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

I. 1. CRATG MO Snccessor to Dftr GOODS CO. . Commencing The 18th, We Will Start a Special Leader We need room for our NEW GOODS. We bought the Leader Stock cheap and a cheap price will clear it out. The Best American Ginghams niad by the Amoskeag Mills at 10c yard We clean out at 5c. The price of the best calico today in any town in Kansas is 0 to Tic per yard. We give you a big choice, very best goods at ue. The best Leader red damask, retailed at 39c, we will clean it out at 25c. Queen City LL muslin is in lots of stores a great bargain ut do. We have 60 pieces to offer at 3Jc. C3 Dozen Trilby fast black ladies' hose, the Leader price 2 j c pair. Special Sale price 8,'jC. 27 Dozen Ladies' Summer Vests, all sizes, bought by the Leader Dry Goods Co. as a good thing to retail ut loc, and cheap at that, we will clean out at 10c. We offer for nest week only 7 pieces, all that is left of 40 inch fine all wool, French serge. This is the cloth the Leader Dry Goods Co. sold so much of at 4...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

THE GAZETTE. K. 0. Himrros A Co. E. G. XXTTLITOM, EditO HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS. "Tom Brown's" earthly school days, may be over, but his soul goes march ing on. Why Is It that war Is always break ing out In countries that are full of un pronounceable names? As Kruger will not go to England It Is possible England will come to Kruger. Neither move would be be cause of love. An exchange asks: "Will the new woman knit her own stockings'' Hardly. The Indications are that the new woman will wear socks. Wizards Edison and Tesla will par don the suggestion that If they work a llttlo more and talk about it a Utile less they would get there sooner. The report came from Virginia that four barrels of whisky were found in the house of one of its legislators, but; inn investigation proved that It was all "moonshine." If the Gould boys are New Jersey farmers, as they proved themselves to be in order to avoid New York taxation, they should at once grant themselves reasonable freight rates. Chancello...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

HE HITS 'EM AGAIN! TILLMAN LIFTS THE CUTICLE OFF OF OLD PARTY CRITICS. Wo Answer to Hit Lata Speech "Tha American People ton tha Truth and Their Country anil Deple Traltort, Thlevea and Coward." Senator Tillman has given the follow ing letter to a New York paper for pub lication: j Washington, D. C: My uniform irule has been to treat criticism with silence. I break that rule now for a purpose and that is to challenge those who have found bo much to condemn In my recent Bpeech in the senate to a 'trial before a jury of their readers In which I can have at least a show of 'justice. The New York Times editorial ly terms me "a filthy baboon;" the New York Tost, "a political anarchist;" tha World has used the word "blather skite;" the Philadelphia Record calls me "the chief of anarchists," and the St. Paul Globe says: "This fellow "brings to the senate the unsavory rec lord he made in his state, a character 'tattooed with dishonesty." I These are a few of the elegant phrases employed by ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 April 1896

FRANK V, "WOODWARD, DENTIST. Office nndrecldance In the McCurdy-OIIlett building Southwest corner of Slain and Sher man, ttedldeucu third foor. 1'lret Many people will be grieved to learn that on Tuesday morninj? Mr. Fay Smith's horse was visited by Are and nearly everything in his kitchen was ruined as well as much in other ports of the house. It occurred at about 4:30 o'clock and no way is known that it might have caught unless it was by a mouse gnawing into a matchbox in the cupboard. The house was not very badly damaged but Fay's household goods suffered to the extent of nearly two hundred dollars, by the lire and water. All the kitchen furniture was destroyed, and carpets, sideboard, etc. in other rooms. As there was no in surance this is very hard on Fay. Dlatrlbntluu of luuiaaM Tax. Superintendent of Insurance An thony has announced that the two per cent reciprocal tax on foreign insur ance companies doing business in this State, is about to be distributed to the yurlntio plt...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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