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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

tr it flaw iwsiiajiwiuw i an.'Auy i.iuuua iiwl-i THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PAKTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, APRIL 23, L896. NO. 34. VOL. 6. A straight-forward business. Plain, hon est methods our key io success. We're always hustling, here growing all the time. Mer chandise shrewdly and closely bought. Dress Goods Department. Cash a powerful ar gumentforvalue. We used it in buying dress goods. What know ing HOW to buy and WHEN does in this line: Tine French Serge iu Muck al wool, li yards wide, 35c yd Poublc warp Cashmere in al colors, 3C inches wide. 20C yd' Silk finished Henrietta in black 4G iuchc3 wide 39C yd All wool French Serge iu black and colors, one yard wide 25c yd Fancy Mohair Jacquard, all colors, !!2 inches wide. ly l-2oyd 49C yard, silk and wool Mohair novelties, 40 inches wide. Silken Mohair 40 inches wide, fancy black Jacijuard, 50C yd First Class Millinery p. m ib'?t. B Hutchinson, MERCHANTS, Ceo. PcKinstry &am...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

THE GAZETTE. X. 0. ITrmjTOX ft Co. B. G. Xettlzto.v, Editoa HUTCHINSON, - KANSAS. Dressmakers' bills will be worn un usually large and full this season. Cremation Is fast becoming one of the burning questions of the day. The Spaniards hare proved that even .though they can't fight they are able to torture. Colonel Jolley Is a candidate for gov ernor of Kansas. He ought to be a Ihappy man. . It Is about time for the special cor respondents In Cuba to bring off an other battle or hang a few spies. Soon we may bo telephoning under the sea, and then who knows but w iwill hear what the wild waves are say ling. The fact that American Iron bed-, steads are being shipped to Jerusalem fought to make our iron manufacturers irest easy. Nothing was tacking to the home omlns? of the Marlboroughs save the (presence of Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt and Mrs. 0. H. P. Belmont. ( A Nebraska man has sued a telegraph company for $2,000 because a message ; rwas delayed so long it made him miss Tils mother-in-law...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

THE SILVER QUESTION INVASION OP THE UNITED STATES BY THE ASIATICS. Bow They Eichance the Product! of Their Labor for Oar Gold, Whloh They In Tarn Exchange for Ellrer to Hire Cheap tabor to Compete with Our. !By Joseph K. Clark, Butte, Montana.) The question that eeema roost to bother the Americana In regard to the Chinese-Japanese situation, Is whether our brothers of the Orient are our financial superiors or not, and, as they appear to have the beet of the matter at present, to an unprejudiced observ er, It would seem that as they know when they have a good thing and then make the best of it. they, at east, are the financial superiors of those anti quated minds that see nothing but financial disasters In bl-metalllsm. If the recent treaty between those cations Is carried out In the spirit as well as the lettor, and to the odaptl billty of the Chinese Is added the In genuity of the Japanese, their progress during the twentieth century would be wonderful Indeed. The Chinese, since th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

TiDutcbinson Ga3etic. Entered at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON A CO. Proprietors. IlRMS Or SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PBR YBAB C. . SIDLINGER, Tlie DnjLggist Pjessriptions a Specialty. 2forth Main Street Hutchinson COMMITTEEMEN ATTENTION. "We again print tbe list of populist county central committeemen with blank 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 postoQIces Albion Frank Fluid Prettv Fralrlo Arlington .... John Lotto Arlington Bell Castleton Cait. O'Leury . . . . Castloton Center T. S. Crotts Partridge Clay 11. D. Turkic Hutchinson... Enterprise .... Chas. Lofton Aubyville Grant Grove A, L. Nelson Sylvia. Haven .(J. 8. Bi9hop Haven Hayes M. O. Uiicklcr Peace Creek . . . Hautsvllle ... Peter Spaniol Iluntsville .... Lansrdon I. H. Holmes Lnn?ilon .... Loda' Mcdford C. Walknp Mck...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

GBAIG Successor to cxr GOODS CO. VJ1'.'II.M'III'II Best Calicoes 5c yard. Large Fancy Huck Towels 5c. 58 Inch Turkey Red Damask 15c Heavy Cheviot Sheeting 8 1-3C. New Style Sailors at 10c. Ladies' Low Necked Sleeveless Summer Vests at 5c. A One. Piece Summer Corset, Double Zone only 45c. The Very Best 10c Percale next week at 7 1-2 c yard. The Best 12 1 2c Fast Black Stocking in the Country, 10c Mail Order Dept. is at Your Service. Samples for Asking. J. A. Milne, Mgr. I 1 Coming! Coming! To Hutchinson, On Saturday, May 2 Greatest, Grandest, Largest, and Best Of America's Big Amusement Enterprises, THE GREAT WALLACE SHOWS Lofty in conception, splendid in organization, regal in equipment, ideal in character, omnipotent in strength, the most moral, the jwirest. cleanest, mightiest, most magnifieient amusement triumph of the Nineteenth centurr. The Eighth Wonder of the World ! ii . ii a. w. r w 7. "V HONORABLY CONDDtTEl), OONESTLYADVEHTISED Three RingB, 2 Stages. 1-2 Mile Race Track, C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

A TORNADO IN OHIO. TWO PERSONS KILLED AND MUCH DAMAGE DONE. Iarm Houses and Harm Wafted A boot I.Ike Feathers At Brnoktown All ths Buildings Were Destroyed by the Wind' Fury. Fremont, Ohio, April 21. A tor nado, accompanied by a heavy rainfall, wept over the northwestern part of Sandusky county about 3 o'clock yes terday afternoon, killing' two persons, injuring a number of others, and do ing1 gret damage to buildings and other property The tornado came from the south west with great fury, and every build ing and tree in its path was swept away. After smashing a road bridge and blowing li big tree across a Wheel ing and Lake Erie freight train, which ciushed the caboose and came near killing a number of trainmen, the wind beguu to play havoc with farm buildings, i'he barns of Jacob JSngler, J. E. Hefllinger, Upton Bur gon and Anthony Swint first v:cnt down before it. Then tho house of James Greene was destroyed. Greene's aged father, William L. Greene, was killed outright, his wife ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

----:-"! bilC U 1V UWI fl U II V 111 -'"- iM.it, Indigestion, psln and every kind of weakness. What's in a name? Sarah Grand, who wrote "The Heavenly Twins," is an old maid. Walking would often b s plraanr. were It n it tor the corns. These pests re eaalljr re mored wlthlllndiiruorus. 15c, it druggists. In Beilin there are said to be sixteen nobles, seven retired army officers and three clergymen employed as cab drivers. A new cable is being laid between England and Germany, and it is thought a telephone service between Uerlin and London will now be an early possibility. The manufacture of razors by ma chinery has become an imortant in' dustry in Germany. One pound of cork is said to be amply sufficient to support a man oi ordinary size in the water. My doctor snid I would die, but Piso'f Cure for Consumption cured me. Amos Kelner, Cherry Valley, Ills., Nov. 23, '03. There were forty more divorces than there were weddings in Fresno, Cal. last year If the Baby U Cutting Teeth. fl sur...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 April 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. Office mJrri'Idance In the McOurdy-Gillett building fcoulhweat corner of Main in J Sbor man. ivuelUence third fuor. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ora L. Fleming on Tuesday the 19th a boy. P. Martin, of Martins department store left Monday for the East. F. C. Field of l'retty Prairie made us a call the Jailer part of the week. Will Conkright formerly of Hutch inson came in from Denver Tuesday. Mrs. Blanch Uaurbridge returned from a w eeks visit to Omaha, Monday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Will Vincent living just east ot town, ou Sunday the l'Jth a girl. D. II. Martin of Topeka brother of Judge Frank Martin has beeu visiting in this city. Arrangements seem to have been completed for the reopeuing of the Valley State Bank. Dr. S. II. Sidlinger returned Satur day night from Ohio, saying Kansas crops are the best. Allen Shaffer formerly of Hutchinson now of Kansas City, has been visiting frlpnds here durinir the week. A ne .v tijic caruib boing arranged ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

'A THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, APRIL 30, 1896. NO. 34. VOL. 6. W TT WWW MM 1 1 JLV T3ae Best "Wa-yl We Use it at Straight bargains; straight prices; straight methods. We have traveled straight to pop ularity. Straight values for this week. Bleached Muslin. ' Table Linen. 1500 yards bleached muslin rem- Bleached German all linen dam mints worth on the bolt 8 Jc and ask 5G in. wide. Oil Bed dam 10c yd We bought 'em cheap. ask GO in. wide. Luff damask Now's your chance. CO in. wide, fast color. 6 1 -2c yd. 25c yd. Chameleon Moire. Waists. The new popular crinkly crepon Shirt waists wo mean "Premier" in changeable colors. It's not is the kind; they fit well. When worth 12 l-2e yd. We have it you want a waist remember "Pre for Uliel'" lOcyd. 50c each. Oil Red Calico. Shirts. , ,t How are you fixed for shirts. 3,000 yds. in remnants; bought We ge1 ft pretty good that way from the factory. 0D(J BQ for out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

THE GAZETTE. & Q. NriTLXTOx ft Co. E. 0. Nettlitos, Editor, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The stealing of a Vanderbllt could Hardly be classified as an instance of kleptomania. Could the attempt to rifle Quay's desX be construed into an effort to break Into the cabinet? A.-woman Is beginning to get old when she has trouble in finding a spring hat that is becoming to her. The Cuban patriots possess no iron clad ships, but they possess an Ironclad resolution that will prove more effec tive. As to the fire at Colon having "re duced it to a semicolon," will several aspiring correspondents please give us pause? Bloomers of varied hues are now .apldly blooming, and it is believed the crop will be much more prolific than It was last season. A dime museum in Chicago was thrown into consternation recently by a big blaze. The fire-eating man was the first to get out. The fact that Spain intends to send 50,000 more soldiers to Cuba would in dicate that the fever has so far been mightier than the swo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

SISTER A STORY OF THE FR5NCH REVOLUTION! BY WILKIE, INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XXIIL (Continued.) "Let that man enter, whoever he la!" cried the general. Lomaque passed Madame Danville on the threshold. She trembled 83 he brushed by her; then, supporting her self by the wall, followed him a few paces Into the room. She looked first at her son after that, at Trudaine nfter that, back again at her son. Some thing In her presence silenced every one. There fell a sudden stillness over all the assembly a stillness so deep that the eager, frightened whispering, and sharpened rustling of dresses among the women In the library became audible from the other side of the closed door. "Charles," she said, slowly advancing, "why do you look?" She stopped, and fixed her eyes again on her son more earnestly than before; then turned them suddenly on Trudalne. "You are look ing at my son, sir," she said; "and I see contempt In your face. By what right ,1 - .. f u - 1. - t P. 1 1 uu jru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

Tbutcbtneon feetfc Intend t the poetofflco In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NCTTLETON A CO. Proprietors. Chimb or duascaiPTioir, 1.00 PKH YlAB C, p. SIDLINGER, , feacrlptiODi a Specialty. orthUaln Street Hutchinson TO CEHTBAL COHMITTKEHES There will be a meeting of the peo ple's party county central committee of jReno county at the law office of It J.Cannell, No. 4 North Main, llutchin son, Kansas, at 1 o'clock sharp, on Sat urday May 10th. It Is important that full representation be in attendance ii yon cannot by any possible means be present yourself tend some suitable person who can attend. The following are the committee. Albion Frank Field Pretty Prairie , Arlington.... John Lowe Arlington.. Bell Caatlton..,.,.Cai4. 0'L(!iiry....CaBtloton Center T. 8. Crotts ......Partridge .. Clay H. I). Tnrkle Hutchinson Enterprise .... Chat. Lofton Auby rille . . Grant Grove A, L. Nelson 8yWla Haven G. 3. Bishop Haven Hayes M.G. Uaokler ....Peace Creek Huntr)lle .... Peter...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

Coming: Coming! To Hutchinson, On Saturday, May 2. Greatest, Grandest, Largest, and Best Of America's Big Amusement Enterprises, THE GREAT WALLACE SHOWS Lofty in conception, splendid in organization, regal in equipment, ideal in character, omnipotent in strength, the most moral, the purest, cleanest, mightiest, most magniflcient amusement triumph of the Nineteenth century. The Eighth Wonder of the World! I. ft 0 Successor to Best Calicoes 5c yard. Large Fancy Huck Towels 5c. 58 Inch Turkey Red Damask 15c Heavy Cheviot Sheeting 8 1-3C New Style Sailors at 10c. Ladies' Low Necked Sleeveless Summer Vests at 5c. A One-Piece Summer Corset, Double Zone only 45c. The Very Best 10c Percale next week at 7 i-a c yard. The Best 12 i-ac Fast Black Stocking in the Country, xoc Mail Order Dept. is at Your Service. Samples for Asking. J. A. Milne, Mgr. ONORABLY CONDUCTED HONESTLY ADVERTISED 1.1 Mil Ran Track. Colossal Mennaerie. Royal uvv 111110 - - t - rw 1 non FPiitnrpji. 100 Phenomenal Acts. 20...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

GRANTS BIRTHDAY. BANQUETS AND EULOGIES IN MANY PLACES. Forty Cities Pnr Tribute to Hie Memory k of the Union Commander Genfral Lonsstreet Speaks In lloaton At Grant's Old Homo In Calena. " Boston, April iS Tlio Orant dinner of tho Middlesex club at the Bruns wick Jast night, in honor of the birth day of the great general, was a fitting closing of the banquet ceason. The distinguished guests of the evening were: General .lames Longstrect, of the Confederate army; Senator-elect Joseph 15. Forakor, of Ohio; James It. Iloyt, of Ohio; Senator Thurston, of Nebraska, and Lieutenant Governor Wolcott. (ieneral Longstreet, when intro duced, was very warmly greeted. He said in part: 'iGrant returned to ser vice iu the United States army in the hour of sanguinary war, at the head of a regiment of volunteers. His work soon drew the attention of his super iors, and he began to rise. Modest as a maiden, the heavy blows of the strong arm of an Ajax was all there was to toil the story of work that p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

WITH APACHE KID. ANY brave men hare hesitated to meet the Apache Kid on anything ap proaching equal jJLj, terms. 1 Knew mm tnorougmy, a u u, I Jty a man ol exalted i " -r. I was cuuidbi probably excited at the time 1 Bought a capture him, and this may account, r. nnmo measure, for a failure that missed turning out a tragedy only by a hair's breadth. The Blueball gold mine Is locatea io the north of Phoenix soiuo The property Is Just being ae, ind only three miners (myself among he number) were hired to wont in u ihaft On a certain Saturday night Joe and ete, my two fellow workmen, saauieu ip their horses and went to town w emaln over Sunday. AftAr thnv took their departure, that Saturday nleht. I thrust a fresh tallow Min" in tho empty whisky bottle that , answered for a candlestick, and pro- tne handkerchief, and was slowly ap ceeded to read some papers that had proaching the recumbent form of the been brought over the day Deicre uy some boys at a neighboring mine. t sat at the tab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 April 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, 4,DENT1ST. Office kndreeldanc In tbe McCurdy-GIUett building Southweet corner of Main and Sher man, tfesidence third Coor. Arm Broke. Mrs. Julian met with a very bad ac cident the first of the week. While sweeping the porch in front of the house, slipped and struck her arm against one of the posts, and fractured it below the elbow. Dr. Julian re duced the fracture, and at last reports was doing nicely. Arlington Enter prise. Special Reunion. Congressman Long is attempting to get a special pension bill through Congress to pension-Mrs. l'ermelia K Paris a widow of a Mexican war sol dier and also mothor of a son killed in the rebellion. She formerly draw pen' sions for both granted under Commis sioner Black but Hike Smith lopped them off and only allowed one to com mence in 1904. The pension asked for is 112.00 per month and so far as can be seen to one no better acquainted with the case it appears as though the bill would be just. epnbllcau Editorial Association. Th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 May 1896

4 04) Hi. TUB OFFICIAL OKGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY ANI? FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 7, 1896. VOL. 6. NO. 35. i ! W. M. CRAIG & CO, . ON BUSY CORNER. When a Lady Comes to our store to buy something she NEEDS, she always sees other things she WANTS We have some new, pretty things this week you will want whsu you see them. If You See The new W VSflSILK WINDSORS at 24c we think you would want one. Our No. 302 W. B. Corset in white and drab is the best shaped, best made corset in America we would like to have you to see it; we know you would want it. Anyone Would Buy Simpson's three-quarter percale for waists if it was known, we sell tham for Gk Monarch Black Hosiery sold only by us in this city speaks . for itself if you will look at it. Buy a pair of our Monarch 25c hose, take them home and compare them with any other 23c stock ings, and we will accept your decision on the hosiery values we are giving yon. New Idea Patterns, Full line in...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 May 1896

AN AWFUL EXPLOSION. A FIVE STORY BUILDING WRECKED BY GASOLINE. Many People Killed In Cincinnati Eight een More or Lesi 8erlouly Injured Explosion of an Engine Cause Havoe In the Heart of the City. Cincinnati, Ohio, May 5. At 8 o'clock last night the five story build ing, 430 and 432 Walnut street, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets, was blown to the ground by an explosion of a gasoline engine. The shock was so terrific that it was felt all over the city, and not one brick upon another Is left in the front and rear walls of the building, while the adjacent buildings are badly damaged and the glass in the windows in the Gibson house and the large Johnson building across the btreet were all broken. The glass was broken out of street cars that were passing at the time, and one of the cars was badly wrecked, but none of the passengers was seriously hurt 'All the horses in the immediate neighborhood broke from their fastenings and ran away, and there was not only intense ex citement, but t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 May 1896

Ail effort Is being made to secure the removal of the remains of Mollie Pitcher from Carlisle, Pa., to Gettys burg, where a monument is to be erected to her memory. The Philadel phia branch of the Daughters of the American Revolution are trying to persuade the Carlisle people to consent to the removal. The probabilities seem to be against them. Lodz, in western Poland, which is cow called the Polish Manchester, has grown in the last ten years from a town of fiO.000 inhabitants to one of 300,000. They are nearly all engaged in cotton spinn ng. The growth of the place is ascribed to the prohibitive Russian duties, which compelled for eign traders to set up their mills with the Russian boundary. More than 100 Chicago physicians have obtained permits under an ordi nance recently passed by the Council giving them the right of way in the streets. The new departure seems to be popular with the doctors, and every man who called and obtained a permit and paid 50 cents for a little badge with...

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 May 1896

. Tfoutcblnson (feet Entered t the poatofBce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. . E.G. NETTLETON & CO. Proprietors. Tirms or Subscription, tl.00 per Yeah C. E. SIDLINGER, Til IDi-uggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COURT OF APPEAL COSVEXTIO. A delegate convention of the peo ple's party of the Central Division of the Southern Department of the Kansas Court of Appeals is hereby called to meet in the city of Wichita on Tuesday, June 23, 1896 at 11 a. m , for the purpose of nominating a candidate for judge of the court of appeals for said division. Tho basis of represen tation in said convention shall be the same as that of the State convention held in Hutchinson on March IS, 1896. Upon said basis the different counties composing said division will be enti tled to the following number of dele- (rates: Barber 2 Butler 5 Chase 2 Cowley tt Greenwood 4 Harper 8 Harvey 9 Kingmau A Lyon A Marion 4 McPhersou 4 Keno S SedKWicIc H buuiner t) Total 61 It...

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