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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

HUTCHINSON, friday, June 12th lilt It brings iuto alliance the three biggest show THE NATION'S SHOW : : THERE IS NO OTHER All the Rarest Living Features and.Greatest Artist on Earth. Two Biggest Herds of Elephants, And the Best Trained on Earth. Only Trained baa Chariot Bens, Eminent Amusement The New Woman in FVIotley, A Real Royal Japanese Circus, Big Performing Animal Arena, Children's Topsy-Turvy Circus. DOUBLE STREET PARADES! Of Potential Splendors. At 10 a. m., FRIDAY, JUNE 12th. ONLY GREAT ONE COMING. Two Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors Open an Hour Earlier, ADMISSION 50c; Children Under 9 Years, 25c 12 Mammoth 'Water-Proof Tents; Seating Capacity, 1 5,000. Twenty-five Uniformed Ushers. Numbered Cupon Reserved Seat Tickets will be on sale at H. D. Winslow's Book Store, 23 North Main Street. HUTCHINSON, 11EH1ED. enterprises In the world Sew York Hecorder. Sea Lions and Seals. Pair of Giant Hippotaini, Tremendous two-homed Su matran Rhinoceros, Monster Polar Bear, Fl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

BOYCOTT OUR GOODS. SPANISH SYMPATHIZERS ORGANIZE. AoU-Spanlsh Sentiment la the United State Lead South American Bier chant to Ceaae Purchasing American WaresCasualties of the Cuban War. Havana, Jane 8. The latest evi dence of the loyalty of the Spaniards in Spanish-America has take a a new form. What is deemed to be a strong1 anti-Spanish feeling in the American Senate and in the United States gen, erally has been developed by the press ia- tbe- mother country, as well as in Spanish-America. It has led to the calling together of Spanish merchants In the Republics of Mexico, Uruguay and the Argentine Republic They have protested against what they re gard as the unfriendly utterances of the American people, and have unani mously decided to cease further pur chases in the United States. El Heraldo de Madrid, referring to a statement published by the minister of war giving the casualities among the insurgents, makes the following summary for the eleven months' of 1895: Twenty-six chiefs...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

TOM WATSONISMS AN INTERESTING REPORT FROM SECRETARY CARLISLE. fifty-Six Million Dollar of the People Money l'ald ml Premium on Honda Not Dae, and Then More Issued. Mr. Carlisle has made a statement Which you should read and remember: "Replying to a letter of Inquiry, Sec retary Carlisle yesterday gnnt to Sen ator Cockrell a statement shewing what was done In the way of the redemption of the public debt from March 1, 1885, to March 1, 1893. The statement shows that from 1885 to 1889 there were re deemed and purchased of the loans of 1892, 1891 and 1907, bonds amounting in principal to $338,074,850, on which $22, 377,123 was paid on premlums,and$187, 820,057 in Interest, and that from 1889 to 1893 there were redeemed and pur chased bonds amounting in principal to $258,192,900, on which $33,891,526 Was paid in premiums, and $128,820,957 in interest." You will observe that J56,000,000 of your money has been paid in premiums. What Is a premium In connection with bonds? It Is something th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

FRANK V. WOOD WARD DENTIST. .. " ' Offlro ' ndreMnce In the McCurily-GIUeU building Southwest corner of Main and Sher man. liesWence third toor. UnlverMliat FiitorMtlnmeu. Tbe entertainment at the Universalist church Tuesday evening was very well attended -and those who went lelt uo re grets at their expoaditsre of time and money. One feature -of the entertaiin uient was a Grecian ait tableau by eight young iadies. The W?a f:r this novel feature appeared to hc.ve been suggested by an article in a resi'ut number of . the Arena. Thero woress-ruo drills in ilelsarte work which were weil xecuted. Con cerning the music! ne lections and the recitations we cau oily say that they were very good and that the pleasure of the audience was many times expressed in an encore. Those who had tte enter tainment in charge have notliiup to apol ogise for. Gwere at Lnat. . Saturday morning at 5 o'clock the life of C. L. Bowmura which has ieen flick ering dim and low for many month w3 snuffed out by the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

ft THE OFFICIAL OUOAN OF ME PKOPLS'3 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUKSDAV NOON, JUNE 18, 1896. NO. 41. ITEMS OF INTEREST at Stifcl's indigo blue twilled The bust grade of American 5c calicoes, indigo blues, oil reds, grays, etc., all go at 4c yd Arizona plaid shirtings, the 6 l-2c grade 5C yd 28-inch domet shirtings in checks and stripes, the kind for hot weather, at 5C yd i Pottei's best 5-1 oil cloth, terns at 23-inch chamclon moire, the silky effect at Good elastic suspenders, back, The Nelson Knittiug Mills 4,000 yds 27-inch Chrystal Ready made calico wrappers hRTl MERCHANTS. HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS IBW STOCK Geo. McKinstry & Co., Have added to their stock of Stoves and Hardware A full line of Farm Machinery Please call and seethese goods and Jlanges, as well as everything in the Tin, complete. fnnA a xt 1 Good Groceries Are Nearby. Won't have to go beyond Winnie SUabca Winne & So 22;s rath Mala Street. OPpEiliil3lrBia. Calico, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

THE GAZETTE. K. fl. KimsTos Co. X. 0. KlTTLITON, UltO - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, Alter a wordy quarrel a Chicago gro ieryman put a young girl lu the Ice box and the longer she remained there the hotter she got. ' X young farmer at Fryeburg, Me., has invented a four-wheel tip cart, which separates automatically in case the horse gets frightened and runs away. At the suggestion of the health de partment of Indianapolis the superin tendent of public schools has prohib ited the senseless habit of kissing prac ticed among the female school teachers and pupils. It is claimed that disease is communicated by promiscuous kiss ing. Electricity would seem to be a diffi cult thing to steal, but Brooklyn mer chants hare discovered the method. They tap a trolley wire by making a copper connection and carrying the conductor into their houses and stores. They get a better light than the light ing companies furnish and it costs nothing. A thousand persons are said to have been found guilty and prose cuti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

f 4 el r KERENS DEFEATS FILLEY. RE-ELECTED REPUBLICAN NATION AL COMMITTEEMAN. NINETEEN TO THIRTEEN. The State Delegation In Secret Caucus Tnroi Down Mr. Filler One of the Hottest Fight of the Conven tion Settled Other Dele Kate Selection by the Mlssoorlau. Sr. Louis, Ma, June 18. The Filley contingent of the Republican state delegation marched at noou to day to the meeting place of the caucus the Kerens rooms in the Southern headed by a brass band, and the dele gates weht into secret caucus as Soon as they arrived. The first test vote was on the selec tion of a temporary chairman. This resulted, Warner li, Filley 15, Neid ringhaus 1, l ;-ank 1. Filley and Warner eviden '7 threw their votes on men who were .. jt candidates. The result was Interpreted as showing that the Kerens and Warner faction together had two more votes than Filley alone. Warner was elected on the next vote. (ieorge A. Purdy of the Fifteenth district, a friend of Major Warner and an out-and-out supporter of Kerens...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

TbutcWnson G3a3ette. Entered at the postofflco In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON A CO. Proprietors. flRlfS Or SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PK VBAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist rjescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COURT OF APPEALS COS VKXTION. 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, 18JMJ at 11 a. m , for the purpose of nominating a candidate forjudge 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 oa March 18, 18UC. Upon said basis the different counties composing said division will be enti tled to the following number of dele gates: Barher 2 I.you Butler 'i Marion i Chase J McPhcrson 4 Cowley 0 Kenn 5 Greenwood 4 Seditwick H Harper it bumner 8 Harvey B Kiugma.li. Total 1 It is re...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

V r Mm if I Hutchinson, 1 Celebrate I JsT . . anami M M JKt A T nm . i v u..n if an mil u h H 1 M n II MA I HI H A f I i II J I J I I t.HHJJES UUU s- t , S 11 Shsal m"y - - I It will be the Biggest I Celebration in I the State. I Jr .1 i iwmiinil iu lil ' MLJJWliEZ3Ell ....isct.jij A BIG FOR BOTH OLO Good Speakers .A MAGNIFICENT. STREET In the Morning, Led by Holaday's Military Band! Two Big Shady Parks, close to the city, where you can enjoy a Picnic Dinner. BICYCLE, FOOT RACES, BALL GAME And Other Sports in the Afternoon. Fire Works Iq the Evening, under the Direction of The Newton Flambeau Club The Committee has arranged for SPECIAL RATES ON ALL OF THE RAILROADS and for Special Trains lor visitors who may desire to return in the evening. Come to Hutchinson and have a Big Time on the Fourth. ? Watch these columns for further cllll ' 9 TIME AND YOUNG. will be Here PARADE, particulars and program. 0 Return of the Favorites! OPERA HOUSE, Another solid week and Wednesday and Saturday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

AQUEDUCT BLOWN UP. INSURGENTS ATTACK HA VANA'S WATER SUPPLY. fwo ferrlflo Exploelone Grot Damage la tho Cltj The Mot I On That Hm Long Been Threatened Greatest Appreheneloo Felt In Harm. Havana, June 15. This city was startled and alarmed last night at 9 o'clock by the noise of two successive explosions, which shook the ground '" tor a long distance and was heard for several miles. Consternation pre vailed for a time, and it was feared this was a prelude to an attack or a aeries of similar explosions. Excited throngs rushed to the streets, while an armed party proceeded in the di ; rection from which detonations had ' been heard. It was soon found that the stone bridges of Cristina and Concha and the aqueduct of Fernando Sept I mo were the points that had suffered from the dynamite. The bridges were par - tially destroyed, and the pipes on the aqueduct, upon which the city is de pendent for its water supply, were much damaged. It cannot yet be atated how extensive is the damage done...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

DAIRY AND POULTRY INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. flow Successful Farmer Operate This Department or tb Farm A Few Hlnte a t the Care of Live Stock and Poultry. DVICE3 from New York cheese locali ties indicate a. some what discouraging outlook for a good opening of the cheese market. The cows are coming freeh and something must be done with the milk, yet the demandfor cheese Ib very light. Matters don't look as they imeH to when we were sending car loads of cheese to England every day, and It seemed as if they couldn't get enough of It. We have killed the goose that laid the golden egg. Filled cheese to kill off the foreign demand and skim cheese to kill off home consumption snd here we are with our cows, cheese factories, and farms on our hands and no market. It is to be hoped that the cheese-makers, factory proprietors and particularly the patrons will build up some solid public opinion on this ques tion of making poor cheese. Stop It at once. Nothlne has .driven cheese...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 June 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD DENTIST. Office nnrlrosldivnce In the McCurily-GIHett building Southwest corner of Muin and Slier, man. licslcleiice thiiil foor. Central Commit In Meeting. After the adjournment of the con vention last Saturday tbe central com mittee was called together for a short session. There was a discussion of the matter of raisins funds to send litera ture to the laboring men of Hutchinson. It was then decided to hold the county iioiuinatin convention on Saturday August 15, primaries to he held Aug ust 10. The committee then adjo.irued to meet after the county convention. Four tli of July CeU'brntluu, A number of the leading citizens of the city gathered at the Midland hotel Saturday night to complete arrange ments for the celebration. Colonel Usher was elected manager and treas urer and empowered to appoint such committees as he desired. lie Las them appointed and ail at work. Mr. J. W. Edwards, manager of the Newton flambeau club, was present and was employed with his clu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

. m.M.i mm.-!j i .ajijaggMW.iiy mi ktoiiihw) wji ju uiingumm THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLK'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JUNE 25, 1896. NO. 42. VOL. 6. Hot Weather Bnducements! to 01 T3 O i o -tl o 3 ! 3 3 n a $1.25 PER PAIR. Southern "Stitch Down," one buckle, plow shoe, most comfortable plow shoe made, at SI s25 pT Ladies' Dongola button shoe, square or opera toes at 81.25 pr. -t-() 5' o c Cochran's 18-inch Turkey red handkerchiefs, 3 for 10c; 24-inch at 5c each; 28-inch at 7 l-2c each. Extra -heavy 9-oz. blue denial overalls, double studied, S pockets, -at 49c pr. Modoc LL. uubleacked muslin, full yard wide, can't be ef.ir.aled in town for les3 than 5c, at 4c jfa 3 -i o o a We are the sole Hutchinson agents for the well known PEERLESS Carpet Warp; all colors, at 20c per lb We carry a good assortment of Cent's Work -Shirts, made of 'Doroet and heavy shirtings at 25c, 35c Si 50c 3 3 MERC E-A-ITTS. HUTCHINSON, - XUZ5W Geo. McKlns...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

THE GAZETTE. & 8. NrrTLro A Co. 1. 0. NiTTLiToy, Xditoa - KANSAS HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ITEMS OF IKTKREST. Ed Howe thinks that all poor spell ers eventually become sitfn-painters. Times are so hard in Atchison that Sealers no longer give away sample peanuts. It is said the annual hay Kansas is worth 13 million and the most of it is grown crop of dollars, in the short-grass country. The police judge of Topeka never thinks of the statutory jail sentence when he punishes jointkeepers. He tssesses a fine of 8100 and that is li sense for a month. Fratt county people deny that their luit to enjoin the payment of bonds means repudiation, and say that it is in honorable fight made on good and sufficient grounds. The Ilolton board of education had I good deal of difliculty over the se lection of a superintendent for the schools and decided to leave it to a popular vote of tho people. The old luperintendent, K. E. Heath, was elected. Mr. Cooley a prominent citizen of Williamsburg was accident...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

A DOUBLE TEAGEDY. WIFE MURDER AND SUICIDE AT WICHITA. O. E. Bart Shoots Uli Wife and Kill Himself LluU Pitta, the Cause of the Trouble, Make Ills Escape, bat tba Folic Are After Blra. Wichita, Kan., June 22. A terrible) double tragedy occurred in this city yesterday, the sequel of three sensa tions, all happening In this county within the past year. 0. E. Hart, a farmer of this county, shot and killed his wife, Ida Hart, at a boarding house on North Main street, where he had followed her from their home in Sun nydale, finding her in company with a man named Link Pitts. After kill ing his wife, Hart blew out his own braius with a revolver. The circum stances leading up to the tragedy are as follows: On the morning of May 3 Link Pitts, who then conducted a creamery at Sunnydale, was found ly ing in his bed, apparently stupefied from effects of chloroform. His wife was under the influence of a drug and .jn a critical condition. The day pre vious Pitts had been to Wichita, where he cash...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

1?3utcbin0on (5a3ette. Intered at the postofflce la Hutchinson, Kansas, 8 second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON 6 CO. Proprietor. Sirub or dUBacupnoif, $1.00 PER YKAB C. . SIDLINGER, Tiie XDiruggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COTJBT OV APPEAL CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the peo ple's , party of the Central Diviaion 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 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 18, 1896. Upon said basis the different counties composing said division will be enti tied to the following number of dele gates: Berber 2 T.yon 8 Butler 5 Marion 4 Choee 2 McPherson 4 Cowley B Reno 5 Greenwood 4 8edgwlck 8 Harper 3 Uumner 6 Harrey 8 Kingman Ji Total 81 It is re...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

I Celebrate I It wiil be the Biggest Celebration in the State. J 11 ii i A BIG FOR BOTH OLD Good Speakers .A MAGNIFICENT. STREET PARADE, la the Morning, Led by Holaday's Military Band! Two Big Shady Parks, close to the city, where you can enjoy a Picnic Dinner. BICYCLE, FOOT RAGES, BALL GAME And Other Sports in the Afternoon. Fire Works iu?.ra.vv,a',r3?,i,Ti:i ejav.hu , yr-xwwaw v .i vmn In the Evening, under the Direction of The Newton Flambeau Club The Committee has arranged for SPECIAL RATES ON ALL OF THE RAILROADS and for Special Trains for visitors who may desire to return in the evening. Come to Hutchinson and have a Big Time on the Fourth. Watch these columns for further 1 .a- t 'tr . TIME AND YOUNG. will be Here particulars and program. 0 SILVERITES WALK OUT. After Their Protest 1 Henrd Against the Financial Plaak They File Out. St. Loins, June la Tbo silver men, to the number of S3, walked out of the convention after their protest on the financial plank had been read to the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT CHOSEN ON F'RST BALLOT. Silver Men Bolt Walk Oat of th Coa vention Because of the Adoption of the Gold Standard Plank la the Platform McKinley's Vote Wa 061 1-8 Had 800 Majority. St. Louis, Ma, Juno 19. The Re publicans in national convention have nailed their principles to the mast head and placed in command of the hip which is to bear thorn on to for tune or disaster in November their popular idol, William McKinley of Ohio, and Garret A. Ilobart of New Jersey. But there was mutiny aboard and at the last moment, before the lines were cast off, some of the members of the crew, who had shipped in many a voyage refused to subscribe to the new shipping articles and walked down the gangplank. The convention was held in session for ten hours to accomplish the work cut out for it. and the scenes at differ ent times were tragic, dramatic and inspiring. Fully 15,000 people were in the vast auditorium to hiss or cheer by turns. The bolt ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

MONEY CONTRACTION. HOW IT AFFECTS THE VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS. Falling Price Tht Constitute an Ap palling Chapter In the Hlitory of Oar Conntry A Gold Standard Fallacy Punctured. The Railway Times: The prostra tion of business throughout the coun try la conceded on all hands, the rea son why being the only question de batable. . In the discussion a great variety of causes are assigned for the calamities that have overtaken the financial, commercial and Industrial affairs of the country, and the remedies proposed are scarcely less numerous. On the one hand is found a class of states menheaven save the mark who con tend that a high protective tariff and a gold standard secures prosperity, while on the other hand are those who believe that a moderate tariff, with free trade in articles essential to suc cessful manufacturing, together with the absolute restoration of silver to its money parity prior to 1873, are the real essentials of business prosperity. In this connection we observe th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 June 1896

FRANK V. WOODW AR& DENTIST. Office andreeldnnce In the McCurdy-Gillett building Southwest corner of Huln and, bhcr mm, i.ealik'iice third lour. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. J. D. Weiuer spent Sundny in Great ' Bend. Mrs. W. Y. Morgan is visiting in Em poria this wnek. W. A. Ford left on the Santa Fe last week to spend the summer. Mrs. J. M. Jonlnn of Collar Ihipids, la , is visitiuit irienila in tnis city. Miss Jenu CliHin.of Itoi kforrt, 111., is visiting her brother Frank in this city. Mrs. L. M. Fall and little daughter left Friday tor an extended eastern isit. J. M. Vnuirlin and daughter Geuo de parted Friday for au extended eastern visit. Lightning killed a good hnrse for Pet Uation lour niOes west ot town Saturday night. Mrs. Geo. Irvnn and children left the first of the week to spend the summer in Colorado. Mies Minnie Cooper, a Hutch ins-on teacher.hua gone to Colorado for a mouths recreation. Mrs. H. H. Taylor and sister Miss Mary Itedderson left for a summers visit in Napoleon,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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