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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 May 1896

T3HUIN AND THE BOAT ,THE DEER STORY MAN SIGHED, BUT i SAID NOT A WORD. .A Story of n Ecnr anI a nan tor In Ca I Doe With Ku Won you Except Ills Wits. l It Was a Naval Iiuttlo ICoyal, and Brains Won a Magnificent Victory. They Lad beeu telling all sorts ot hunting stories, eozoo almost too mirac tiIods to be believed, excopt by hunters who bad had experiences and knew what strage things sometimes occur far away amid the forest wilds when mere are no witnesses. The last man bad told -of deer hnntiug in the water, and a nquat, heavy set man sitting in the cor ner seemed particularly interested in the tale. "That reminds me," he said, when Die had a chance to come in, "of an ex perience I once had up in the lake re :gion of Canada. A party of us were in 'Camp there, along in the fall, and were having grout sport with the rod and gun. We had seonred Fpeoimens of oil the garao uud fluh for which the section was noted except a bear, and of that tracks had been reported not far from amp, an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 May 1896

THE GAZETTE. X. 0. Hrrnjrrov k Co. E.3. NlTTLITOV, Xdltt - - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST In Kansas the straw hat shows Vhieh way the wind blows. Caterpillars are destroying fruit prospects in eastern Kansas. 3 A Valley Falls boy has broken one of his legs nineteen times. One-half pay was the length of the term of district court in Morton coun ty. A Leavenworth man has written book which entirely settles the money question. The man who lives in Southern Kan sas never prays "Thy kingdom come." He is satisfied where he is. Ed Hackney, a nephew of ISill Illicit- nev, will be admitted to the bar in Wellington thiN week. Tending the arrival of the wheat liar, an exchange entertains the peo ple with stories of thirty-two inch al falfa. A widower has filed a lien on the only eligible woman in Brenner, and the young men of the town have pub lished a protest. Sol Miller wants to know what has become of tho old-fashioned woman who made one chicken "do" for a large family by co...

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

Let the government issue tho money. Educate along the lines of the Omaha platform. Foreign' Influences are not tho worst foes of a republic. Transportation at cost cannot be had Without ownership of the railroads. Transportation at cost 13 one of the fundamental principles of the People's party. This "honest money" cry from dis honest usurers is the red light of danger to the republic. Gold-bugs bolt right but the threaten to bolt. the old parties all silver men anly The Omaha platform is the grandest declaration of principles ever adoited by any political party. The People's party will nominate a Populist for president. This is not official, but Is is a fact. There never will be an International money until there is a recognized in ternational government. President Cleveland is consulting his Wall Street advisers as to the ad visability of his writing another letter. The most Important thing about the financial question Is who shall Issue the money, and not what It shall be made of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 May 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. Office andresldance In the McCurdy-Glllett "building Southwest cerner of Main and Sher' man. Hesklence thlidfoor. WedUluK. On Thursday evening, April 30 at the residence of Judge Gen. Barclay, Mr. Burton Allison and Miss Emma Barclay of this city were united iu marriage by Rev. D. M. Moore. The groom is a young traveling man. Both parties have lived in Hutchinson for many years and are well thought of . Bum Fh lory. Every town and hamlet within a ra dius of forty or fifty miles contributed more or less of their population to swell the number attending the Wal lace show. They came on foot, on horseback, on the blind baggage and in palace cars. It is surprising how many boys of tender years there are around the average town who think it to be a heap of fun to bum thuir way to a cir cus or some other "doius" aud live on what they cau pick up or beg. This is the way bums are manufactured, A Little I'wintvr. A baby cyclone struck in toward Hutchinson last Thur...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

kin, ooitt, TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OP RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 14, 1896. VOL. 6. ISO. 36. W. M. CRAIG & CO., ON BUSY CORNER. WILL, MONDAY, 50c at Our recovering and repairing umbrella fac tory is the only place in this State that can cover a steel rod, tight roll umbrella. J. A. EVHL?jE, IY.gr. JtfEW STOCK F irapijiEMiimTS. Geo. RIcKinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardware A full line of Farm Machinery Please call andseethese goods and Kauges, as well as everything in the Tin, complete. 7 BARS, 25c- Dircrcnre iu niitnbcrof cakes uf laundry soaps. Winne & Ko 22.SJUth Maio Street THE . SELL F.I AY 18th, Shirt Waists For Two Days Only. get prices. Our stock of Buck's Hardware and Tump line is full and Bnt tlio same price is often idinrged. Get llio greatest uumht-r and v hII you ran. Bnt dou't buy the greatest number unlets they are also the best We don't know whether the Silk. Lenox and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

TOWBOAT BLOWN UP. ELEVEN OF THE CREW LOSE THEIR LIVES. Boat Completely Wrecked and Sank In Five Minutes Her Boiler Exploded Near Vlcksburg, Miss., In tbe Dead of Night Many Saved by Another lloat. VicKsmma, Miss., May 12. One of the most terrible river disasters of recent years occurred Sunday night about twenty-fire miles below this city. The tovvbcftt Harry Brown of Pittsburg1, upward bound, from New Orleans, exploded her boilers at 11 o'clock. The boat was a complete wreck, and sank in less than five min utes. Eleven lives are known to be lost The survivors and also the wounded were brought to this city on the Hon shell. Six of the officers and crew of the Brown arc lb the marine ward of the Vicksburg hospital. The towboat Hon.shell was so near the scene when the explosion occurred that her yawls were lowered at once, and were promptly manned and saved many lives that would have been lost if it had not been for their prompt service. FIRST MISSOURI TICKET. Prohibitionist Nominate ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

.7TT"1 OTTATT nWI I'l'V A PLEA FOB RAILROAD PLAN K OF THE OMAHA PLATFORM. "We Believe That the Time Hat Come When the Railroad Corporations Will Either Own the People Or the Feople Mont Own the Killroads." No backward step la advisable or ex cusable unles you have previously taken a position that is wrong, in which case it is right to retrace your steps until you occupy a right position. The people'B party is a party of principle. It has been Its proud boast that it was the one party that had the honesty and courage to give the people the only clear cut declaration of party principles that has been given since the war. In the Omaha platform were no straddles, ambiguous language or meaningless phrases. It was so plain that "he who ran could read." In its preamble It announced that "the time had come when the railroad corporations will either own the people or the people must own the railroads." In its platform it declared that "Transportation being a means ol ex change and a public n...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

Iftutcbtnson feet Entered at the po.nofflce In Huichlnson, Kansas, as second class mutter. E.G. NEJTLETON & CO. Proprietors. Tkrmb or Subscription, 1.00 per Yeah C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dru-ggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COURT OP APPEALS COXVEXTIO. 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, 1890 at H a. m , for the purpose of nominating a candidate for judge of the court of appeals for said division. Tlio basis of represen tation in said convention shall be the same as that of the State convention lield in Hutchinson on March 18, 1S0G Upon said basis the different counties composing said division will be enti tied to the following number of dele gates: Barber 2 Lyon It Batler 5 Murlon 4 Ctiaae.... i Mcpherson 4 Cewley 6 Reno 5 Greenwood 4 8edgwlck H Harper II suuiner (I Harvey a Kingman .8 Total 81 I...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

ST011Y WITHOUT END. MYSTERY CF TWO DEINC3 WHO CROSSCD THE NARRATCP.'S PATH. The llaud.ioina Voan Fotlian rrlsono? Whoso Kaifo tl'as Stained With Elood, The Youns C:rl Who Presented a Silver King Wero the Two Connected? It was ca llso Ed of January, 1870, that General Roberta loft Huzur Pir Ziarat to buMuo tho Khcst district, an unsophisticated country where the rev enue had hitherto been collected in cop per, and tip to this date the semblance of tho rupeo hud not been known. Hazar Pir Ziarat (tho Bhrino of a thousand saints literally old men) was hardly even a villago, and only tho day preceding some six or seven had been added to the number cf saints, as a latch of murderous marauders had been executed, cud dying in tho faith, shout ing the fatniah and acknowledging nothing but piety in their nttempts on infidel life, their corpses had doubtless rendered their graves sanctified ground, and so added to tho Ziarat in these parts a holy grove, generally of olive, to fell which is des...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

I THE GAZETTE. K. Q. HrmjrroK Co. B. G. NrrrLrroK, Editoa. - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Oskaloosa is figuring on a municipal tlectric light plant. Red ants of the jumbo variety are fating the leaves and blossoms off the grape vines. . Judge S. W. Vandivert, the hot winds permitting, will have 20,000 bushels of wheat this year. Mrs. Frank Jarrell of Topeka has a story, entitled "A Twisted Affair," in Munsey's Magazine for May. Dickinson county claims to have more creameries in successful opera tion than any other county in the ttate. Bailey Waggoner's daughter is en paged to Holland K. Smith, a young railroad man, who is snid to be push ing to the front. M. J. Kirk has just published a geo logical salt survey of the central and western nortions of Kansas for the tate university. Georgo W. Watson, of Edwards county, has sown 3,000 acres of alfalfa this spring, and will increase his acre age to 8,000 next spring. The LaCrosse city council released a prisoner because ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

MR. BUKKITT TALKS. OPPOSED TO SACRIFICE OF ANY VITAL PRINCIPLE. the Vice-President of the National Reform Pre Association 1'avors A Union Only on an Honorable Basis A Clever fainter. One of the shrewdest politicians la the south is the Hon. Frank Burkltt of Mississippi, vice-president of the Na tional Reform Press association and late candidate for governor of that stato on the populist ticket. He has also been prominently mentioned as a pos sible candidate for vice-president on the populist ticket. Speaking of a union of reform forces, recently, In the Peo ple's Messenger, his own paper, Mr. Burkltt says: "We publish elsewhere a communica tion from Brother T. N. Jackson of &mite favoring a combination of all re form forces In opposition to a gold standard. Such we apprehend Is the feeling of every populist In the country, If It can be done without a sacrifice of vital principles and an abandonment of old time friends, who regard the land ar transportation question as of para mo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 May 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. - Ottteo ndrosldnce In -the McCurdy-Glllett building Southwest corner o( Main and Sher man, ileeldence third foor. Marriage Llecnaca. The fallowing named persons have been granted licenses to wed siuce our last publication: John Voth and Maria Buller both of Buhler. CbasniiiR H. Scott and Blanch M. Beam botli of tlutcliinson. A Verj Viily WmiikI. Tiie latter part of last week Mr. George Craig's little ten year old boy met a very painful accident. He was standing on an old rickety chpir reach ing for sometliing on a shelf when the chair broke and he (ell so that a round of the chair, which had previously teen broken with a sharp point, peuetrated his leg up In the thigh, and tho whole piece, nearly a whole rouud, pierced completely through the leg. Dr. Seid linger was called, extracted thb round and dressed the wound. At present the boy is said to be doing nicely. Aluraul Killed. C. C. Conley of this city, who has for some time been driving a lumber wagon,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

'4 IT TT THE OFFICIAL OUOAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. 7 HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 21, 1896. NO 37. MHMIWATIONS lowv DEMOCR STRIKE ENDED. FIRE ON BOARD. J? Uillli 11alJ.Vi'tJ. Ibe tilrrau Make. a Bound Money Tala. ,- KJ . W. M. CRAIG & CO, '. . . OS THE BUSY CORNER. The Appropriation Dill Taken Up by the Senate. THE HOUSE LAYS OUT WORK The Labor InvtiKatlon Commission BUI and tba Arbitration Mil to lie Cuadderad Comptroller Eckels View. 5 SPECIALS. For the Hext Ten Days. No. i Whisk Brooms. Extra large 15c whisk brooms, for Qq No. 2 Shirt Waists, Ladies' Princess brand, laundricd shirt waist; only two to one customer, No. 3 Prints. Indigo, blue and fancy prints at No- 4 Linen Crash. 18 inch brown twilled liiien crash No. 5 French Serge. 4G inch all wool French serge at 29c 4c 5c 35c Samples Free through our Mail Order Department. J. A. FILTJE, Mgr. NEW STOCK OF Ceo. FklcKinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardw...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

TUr A7CTTC K. 9. Hittlvto Co. X. 0. NlTTLT01f, XdilOa HUTCHINSON, - KANSAS. KANSAS 1TEM8 OF INTEREST. Cash Bell is a farmer living in Har per county. The Clay county cyclone claims thir teen victims. Trego county schools are superin tended by a Peacock. Ike Lambert of Emporia, is slated to be speaker of the house next winter. In western Kansas it is said divorced women are called alfalfa widows. Will White says that Charley Curtis will have to meet a fusion candidate. IThe festive bedbug is suffering its annual persecutions in the city of Rus sell. Kansas railroad men are rejoicing over the prospects of good big checks next pay day. No nse to plant potatoes. Ellis coun ty with a fair yield will have enough to supply the state. Atchison county will soon have a new courthouse. The contract has been awarded. A deputy sheriff in Wyandotte coun ty was killed last week while pursu ing chicken thieves. It is reassuring to note that the "A thousand times, no" editorial writer in j Knasas is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

DECLINE OF PBICES. HON. TOM WATSON MAKES SOME OBSERVATIONS. Money Like All Other Thing Subject to the Law of Supply and Demand The Silver Iue. The ablest argument that we have ver read against silver Is that of Hon. J. T. McLeary, of Minnesota, delivered In the house February 12, 1896. It is a wonderful product of research and rea soning; and yet his entire speech is based mainly upon three propositions: l3t. That the decline in prices com menced prior to 1873. 2nd. That in many articles there has hppn nn HnpllnA. 3rd. That there is no necessary con nection between the coinage of silver and the rise of prices. , In each of these propositions, It Is altogether possible that Mr. McLeary Is right. We rather think he is. But after conceding, for the sake of the argu ment, that he Is correct in all three of hl3 propositions, we assert that he has not touched the main question at all. Nobody but an extreme frce-sliverite thinks It at all necessary to claim that Ithe fall in values commenc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

Ibutcbinson feetl e. Entered at the postofflce In Halchlneon, Kansas, as second claas matter. E.G. NETTLETON 4 CO. Proprletora. iBRMB Or iUBSCBIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR KJNIONi C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. 3Torth Main Street Hutchinson COURT OF A PPXALM CONVEHTIO. A delegate convention of tlie peo ple's party of the Central Division of tbe 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 tbe purpose of nominating a candidate for judge of the court of appeals for said division. Tbo basis of represen tation in said convention shall be the same as that of tbe State convention held in Hutchinson on March 18, 1896. Upon said basis the different counties composing bald division will be enti tled to tbe following number of dele gates: Barber 2 I.you Butler 5 Marlon 4 Chase 1 McPhereon 4 Cowley I) Reno.. f Greenwood 4 Sedgwick H Harper H buraner 0 Harvey 8 Kinguiau .3 ToUl 6...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

CUISINE SECRETS. Tricks cf the cooks and the marketmen of paris. -Counterfeit Bubbles on bouillon, Artificial Bsm Bones, Stamped Cock' Combs end Tarnished Turkey Leg Are Some of the , Parisian Deceptions Wo often hear ppoplo who have paid 25 minute visits to Piiris tslk of tho "beauties cf Parisian cuisine. Hero are a few of them. Just as the Parisians, like the cockney xsoffeehouso keepers, have found out how to make coffee without coffee, so have also the Parisian restaurateurs found out how to make bouillon, or beef tea, without beef. At the gargotcs, tho lowest class of Paris restaurants, a species of very ingenious fraud has now been common for over half a century and inaybo more. It con sists in passing on warm water, colored and flavored with burned onions and caramel and into which somo littlo grease bubbles have been injected, as wrap. It is true that bones which havo been twico stewed, first by tho larger arestanrants and secondly by tho inferior class of traitonrs and cas...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

KANSAS' TURN AGAIN. MANY KILLED AND INJURED BY ANOTHER TORNADO. Seneca and Oneida Tlotlmi of the Da vaatatlng Element Two Hundred ara Bomelet at Frankfort Jabetha Alio Visited Several Other Town Struck. 8eneca, Kan., May 18. A devastat ing tornado passed through this city from the southwest to the northeast last evening at 6:30 o'clock. Every- K 1 n op In its nath was completely wrecked. Couriers from the country report great damage to property ana probable loss of life. In this city four were killed and a number In jured. The killed are a son and daughter of M. K. Connet, a son of M. E. Vor hees and the 15-year-old son of Peter Assenmachers. The Injured are M. E. Vorhees, John Belshaw and Alonzo Hawley. The latter will not recover. The Grand opera house is completely demolished. The roof and west side of the $50,000 court house is blown oil and caved in, and the roof of the high school building crone. The steeples of the new Methodist, Universalist and Catholic churches were scatte...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

Algeria furnishes the best cork. The jute mills in Bengal. India, hare doubled their output with the same machinery by introducing electric arc lighting and running twenty-four hours. Oil or gas would introduce dangerous firo risks, owing to tho in flammable character of jute, besides greatly adding to the already intense beat of the climate, while, with avail- able water power, electricity is also more economical in addition to the Other advantages it possesses. The woman with a sunny disposition need have no fear of that haunting rainy day that perplexes many minds. No wife should make her husband feel that he is on an Arctic expedition every time he starts home. Mincemeat isn't made right unless you have a headache within two hours f ter eating the pie. The woman who is not afraid of a man would have been a hard citizen if the had happened to be a boy. That ambition costs heavily is evi denced in the fact that there is to-day but one living ex-president and vice president. b 1 . ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 May 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. I Office indro-:iaiito In the McCurdy-GIIlett building. SouUtwost -orner of Main and Sher man. Kosldence third foor. Gold mining Company. A number of Hutchinson capitalists liaye organized a gold mining company to operate In the Clippie Creek gold fields, called the Leasing & Banding Gold Mining company. The capital stock is fixed at if 1,250,000. The pres ident Is V. It. Ilennet, vice president I. Conuell, secretary A. M. Jewell, treasurer and nunaner Charles G. Ben net, attorney John W. Roberts; direct ors: W. E. Bennet. A. M. Jewell. Dr. E. O. Comstock, 1. Conuell, Chas. G. Bennet.J. D. Weiner W. G. Ilode baugh. The promoters of the enter prise haveisorne samples on exhibition and expect to begin sinking a shaft immediately. Another I.lttle Ulnae. About 1:30 Sunday night the lire whistle awoke most of our citizens from their slumbers and such as located the fire found it to be in the engine room of Tarker & Updegraff's creamery. The fire appear...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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