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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 July 1896

X TT Tf THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY' NOON, JULY 2, 1896. VOL. 6. NO. 43. fl VL- V hA l f rr J- I 1 3:, SQUARE, HONEST JULY 7 jc Sailor Hats 25c silk Mitts Dragon black Empire Dim will be sold in alt pure silk, Lawns.the 7lVc itics, new style July for 21cpr. quality, pr yd per yard 39c each , 5c 5c. GO in-jh Tied Ladies' fancy Ladies' sieve- Ladies' Jersey Damask, dur- Mull Aprons less Jersey ribbed sleeve- in July we reduced from ribbed vesta, less vcet, taped WW sell at 75c and il. 00 neck arxl seam 25c yd 25c each 2ic ea lOceach Heady made American A. 5-hooks, Hosiery sam- i pies have been G ingham gram sacks, corded hip - . nmta divided into 5c prons, at Corsets, 1 , ocr 10c, loc, 20c, I )0cea 15cea. 35c ea. 25ci35clots 75c and 90o A full line of Children's Fine Windsor Trojan Shirt Ladies' Wrap- Dresses reduced Ties, during Waists now will pew at from $1.25 July, 2 for sell, each for 75c and t0 rc 50...

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

THE GAZETTE. B. S. Hsttlitox A Co. B. 0. NlTTLITO.V, XditC - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, What is the Venezuela commission doing besides the country? I A powder trust has been formed and powder is already going up. Poets must be born, but actresses may be hand-made, it appears. The tornado carried off a marriage license, but no divorce papers are men. Honed as having been swept away. General Weyler now thinks he can't put down the rebellion unless he can control the government of the United States. It is now claimed that all the street Jrgans In Chicago are controlled by one padrone. Heavens! Another grinding monopoly! The Pittsburg Post remarks that "Charles Armstrong, aged 14, was fatally killed." Then we presume he Is still dead. The thirty Imperial palaces in Japan will be matie useful buildings when the Japanese reach the public stage of their advancement. . Since the split in the prohibition barty Dr. Booze of Marylnnd, and Mr. Budge of South Dakota, have become candidates for congress...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 July 1896

? J 1 ;-... a. CLASS LEGISLATION. (S FREE COINACE OF SILVER CLASS LEGISLATION? Rev. J. D. Hotkln ths Fearlem Preacher Who Han Political Well u Hi lleiuus Opinions, Present Ills View on Silver. A favorite argument of goldltes Is that free and unlimited coinage of sil ver would enable a foreigner to bring 50 cents worth of silver to thU country and have it converted into a dollar, and that would be class leg'.alation. To this I reply that the monetary value of the silver in a silver dollar Is already 100 cents, Just as the mon etary value of the gold in a gold dollar is 100 cents. The bullion price of the silver in a silver dollar is but little nore than one-half a3 much as former ly, and only about one-half its present monetary value, and why? Because ot the clas3 legislation of the republi can party in favor of the golditee, which has enhanced the bullion price Df gold to almost double the bullion price of silver. It should be kept in mind that While there has been a constant diverg...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 July 1896

Ibutcbinson Cfoettc. Intend at the ponofllce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G.NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. IUMB Of SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 pkrViab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Drixggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Thb British lion and the republican elephant had a little "mix" at St. Louis the other day and now they are so de cidedly mixed that it is hard to tell lion from elephant, or elephant from lion. Ex-Conghessjian S. R. Pete is of Uewton, is now out a full fledge candi date for governor. He is a little late as a starter but he has Cy Leland and the machine behind him, aud he is not without hope. Thb republican State central com mittee met last Friday and decided to to bold the nominating convention at Topeka on August 11th. This is about a week after the populist convention is held at Abeline. Tiie action of the New Jork demo cratic convention in selecting delega tes to the Chicago convention to fight silver, refusing to nominate presiden tial ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 July 1896

dling Out! Ml "Worth of Seasonable Goods to be Sold Within the Next Two Months You may be surprised to learn that we propose to sell out. Such, however, is a fact. We have concluded to buy the largest stock of Fall and Winter goods ever brought here. For this we must have room, and to 5et this necessary room we will at once proceed to sell out our entire stock of spring and summer goods At Prices Which Will Sell the Goods. We put over 5,000 items of merchandise in this sale, and cannot begin to name and price all. We, however, give a comparative list below, showing the surprising reductions made, and all other goods are as low in proportion: Shoes. COST. Men's and boys' grain leather, buckle plow shots $ 1 00 Men's oil gram Creole Congress, elastic sides 1 25 Men's highest grade oil grain Creole Congress 1 50 Men and boys veal calf lace or Congress shoes 1 50 Men and boys satin calf, lace or cougress shoes 1 85 200 pairs of sample shoes costing from $3 00 to $4 50 at half price. Ove...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 July 1896

GOLD MEN WILL BOLT. WHITNEY SAYS SILVER MEANS DISRUPTION. Declares No Power on Karth Cnn In duce Them to Support White Mul tilist Nominee for President Crisis Host Serious Since 1800. New York, Juno S!). Ex-Secretary XV, C. Whitney, asked us to the chances of sound money at Chicago, said with great seriousness: "Unless the situation materially changes and our Southern and Western friends aro disposed to reason with ns, there is no chance whatever. Judging by the letters I receive there is no apparent disposition to discuss the matter at issue. I fear it has gone beyond that point." "If a free coinage candidate is nom inated on a free coinage platform what will be the result?'' "Practically it will disrupt the Democratic party. No power on earth can coerce or persuade sound money men Democrats to forsake WILLIAM (J. WHITNET. the fundamental principles of Democ racy. They do not regard this ques tion as either factional, sectional or political. The maintenance of na tional credit is a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 July 1896

DAIRY AND POULTRY INTERESTING) CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Bow Soceeeaful Fwmn Operate) Tlili Department of the Farm A Few HLoU m te the Car of Live Stock and Poultry. MONG the most economical winter coarse feeds for dairy stock can be mentioned corn, barnyard millet, hay and soja beans. On natural grass land not easily af fected by droughts the farmer will naturally crow a ronslderable area of hay. and depend pon this crop to a large extent for toarse feed. Such land should bo made to produce three tons of hay, equivalent to about three thousand pounds of digestible mat ter per acre. Similar land planted to corn and equally well manured Krould probably produce fully four thousand pounds digestible matter per Icre, but the increased cost of growing in acre of corn would in the writer's ludgment fully balance the increase in rleld. There are, however, conslder Ible areas on every farm that are not Utural grass lands. Such lands are so tasily affected by frequent droughts, that fr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 July 1896

FRANK v. woodward "dentist. Ollico ndrcsldance In the McOurdy-Gillott building south weal corner of slum and buor man. iiesldence tlili-d t'oor. LOCAL AND PKRSO.VAL. Tne Misses Lockhurt returned from a visit with a sister in Oklahoma City Sunday. Mi3s Bertha Carey Is quite sick with fever at her home on 11. East. Her lit tle brother is also dowu. The Kingman boys wore ho match for Sterl Mead's '.Infants" in their ball game Tuesday. The score stood 10 to t. One. Sara Bishop, was lined Monday morning, 85 and costs ly Police Judtge Anderson for being drunk and disor derly at the Hotel Streeter. Justice Dan-lay dismissed the case of Vess Smith and 'William Kellcy Mon day morning 'or want of evidence. They were charged with larceny. Unite a number of people went to meet the Santa J-'e passenger, Friday night to see Senator Teller who was reported to be abord. But he wasn't. Miss Lulu l'atterson on B West en tertained a few friends very pleasantly Wednesday evening, it being iho Man day o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JULY 9, 1896. VOL. 6. NO. 44. -AIT We're chock full of enthusiasm on Sum mer Dress Goods! vWhy? Because we have done so well; bought , such great piles of stuff; are buying :more;:sold such great piles of stuff; are selling .more. Clearing Sales in Eastern Wholesale Houses. What we Bought: Light Lawns to sell ;at 2icyd. iDragon BlackiLawn ,as low as 5c yd. Fine Organdies, 32 inches wide; "fresh tjclean, new patterns, 7c yd iLook upMARTiN's lc Notion Table, .See What's on the 5c Notion Table. on't Fon?et to toy 1 iSomethin,? from the p. mart HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS. 3est Trimmed Hate in Millinery Department for $3-50. SS. F. CANTERBURY, President. Bank of Hutchinson, Paid Capital, $85,000.00. CATTLE PAPER A SPECIALTY. SAVJNCrS EESPARTMENT. We bave.u 9pocial department for interest on dofosits of one dollar and ESTABLISHED, i8;5. FIRST MTIOML BANK, HUTCHINSON. KANS. CAPITAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

CHAIRMANSHIP FIGHT. SENATOR DANIEL THE SILVER CHOICE AND HILL THE GOLD. NO COMPROMISE LIKELY. IVIien the New Vork Senator I Presented by Chairman Ilurrity u Temporary Presiding Officer the Stiver Men Will Vote Him Dawn and Elect the Virginian a Chairman. Chicago, July 7. The gold men propose to Inaugurate the fight the moment the gavel is dropped by Chair man Harrity. They are resolved upon offering a gold man to the convention for temporary chairman, despite the ' protests of the silver leaders, and Sen ator Hill is the man upon whom their choice has fullen. The silver leaders have the utmost respect for Hill, but they and thoir followers are determined that a silver man shall assume the gavel, and that the first SENATOR DANIEL, VIRGINIA Utterance in the convention shall be unequivocally for silver. "We can neither uffo''d to be deceived with faint , praise." said Senator-elect Money, of Mississippi, "nor actually condemned. We must have the ma chinery from the start." Mr. 11 ill w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Bow BnecMifal Farmer. Operate Till. Department ot th.- Farm A Few Hint a to tht Car. of Lin Stock and Poultry. RS. A. L. SMITH, Gibson county, In diana. I have had considerable expe rience with the fault mentioned above. I have tried ia number of reme dies, but have' found nothing so effective as chang ing them to new quarters, and watching them closely for a few days, getting each egg as it Is laid. Several years ago I broke a fine lot of Black Lang shans of this habit. This year I had a lot of White Javas that got the habit and I broke them In the same way. The cause Is chiefly confinement In elnun runs. I had to shut UP my fowls for several days in the house and that Is where they learned the haDit. i nut them into a new run and gathered the eggs as fast as they were laid for a few days and the habit was soon Dro ken un. When I have a hen that is sit ting and brings off an egg every time she comes from the nest I cove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

Ibutcbtnson (5a3ettc. Sntered t the poetofflco in Hntchineon, Kansas, ' as tecond class matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. tXRMS Or dtJBSCBIPTION, tl.00 PBR TKAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie 3Diru.ggist tjescriptioDS a Specialty. 27orth Main Street Hutchinson SENATUBIAL CONVENTION. A delegate conveution of the peo ple's pprty of the Tbirty-sixth senato rial district of Kansas will be held at Kingman on Wednesday, August 12, 1SS6, at 11 o'clock a. m., to nominate a candidate for State senator from said district. At said convention each voting pre oinct in said district will be entitled to ene delegate. JNo delegate suaii De allowed to give a proxy to anyone out side the precinct for wb icu be is elected Under said apportionment the various counties are entitled to the fo'lowing number of delegates: Keno county, 40; Kingman, 27; Pratt, 20; total, 87. It is recommended by the committee that each county choose its delegates to this convention at a time when most convenient to them. II. II....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

SHORT SPEECHES. T'ha Convention Waits fop the Crecbn tials Committee to Report. JlS ADDRESS BY GOV. HOGG. Mlenator IMackburn Follows the Texan and Elicits Prolonged Applause Oov. Alt I Relit anil David Overinyer Aim If Have Something to Say. 'Chicago, July 8. At 10:30 o'clock 'this morning Senator Daniel rapped for order In the democratic national con--vention. When all were seated and -order was obtained, it was found that the spaces reserved for the New York, Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland and New Jersy delegations were practi cally vacant and the rumors of a holt came home with a realizing sen so, but it was explained that these delegations were still in conference discussing the 'situation. Rev. Francis Edward Green, an EdIs copal minister of Cedar Rapids, la., was Introduced and delivered the invo' cation. Senator Daniel was a commanding -figure as he stood by the flag-draped Ceslc announcing that the first bust GOV. ALTGELD. Bess of the day would be the reports of committees. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

THE GAZETTE. E. 0. Srrruros A Co. E. 0. Nittlitox, I4ito HUTCHINSON, - KANSAS. Straw hats show which way the wind fclowa. I So long! high school graduate; see you next year. I French farmers make 1.000 to $2,000 a year raising snails. Not a slow busi ness after all. The bicyclist who carried whiskey In his tires was arrested for pedaling without a license. With yellow fever, smallpox and the Spaniards, the Cuban isle calls for the lympathy of all nations. Some people think that the man who has a voice like a street fakir and bangs the back off of the Bible, is the great est preacher. Mrs. LI Hung Chang has 1,000 serv ants and never writes anything for the papers touching upon the servant girl problem. It N thought that the bicycle will bring knee breeches Into fashion for all men, but It has not brought bloom ers into fashion for all women. Advertising Ins't a game of chance. It's a matter of plain business, in whlh the law of cause and effect works out Its unalterable results. It m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

TEE FIRST GUN. HON. FRANK BURKITT OPENS CAMPAIGN IN ARKANSAS. finance, Tr importation and Land the Three Great DlntlnctWe Prlnolplei o( the People' Party Hlitorof Political Parties. The following are extracts taken from the speech of Hon. Frank Burkltt, ex-candidate of the people's party for governor of Mississippi in 1895. The speech was delivered at Hardy, Ark., May 30. 1896. Fellow Citizens: When four thou sand men own more than half the property of a nation of seventy mil lions; when two men are the proprie tors of 14,000,000 acres of land, when corporations and foreign syndicates have been given or permitted to grab lari enough in this country If in a body to make four such states as Ar kansas; when fifty-two per cent of our ' entire population are tenants; when of 2,277 heads of families in ward 1 In the city of New York only 19 own their homes unencumbered; when heartless millionaires like Pullman exercise the power to reduce arbitrarily the wages of their employes three time...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 July 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD DENTIST. Office andreeidance In the JIcCurdy-GIUett building Southwest corner or nam aim aunt man. iicsldencc thin! foor. 1 Notice to Subscribers. When Riving notice to this oflice to have jour address changed from one place to another, please state tbe ad dress plainly where it is now goingand save great trouble to us. I.0CAL AXI I'EKSOAIAL. Miss Grace McElruy has startea on a trip to Detroit to visit her sister. Tress Carder who has been very sick with typhoid pneumonia is improving. Mrs. DeMoreville and Mrs. Dan Iteid have Roue to Mauitou for a tew weeks visit. II. King our furniture merchant has gone to Canada tor u four weeks visit auu recreation. It is said that the normal which closed here last week was t:ie largest ever held in the county. J. D. Sweeney Santa Fe agent, left Sunday for atrip to Aew lone ana other eastern cities. John Brebm. one of Martin.s floor walkers, has gone to Oklahouiu for a four or five weeks vacation. Mr. S. L. Maxwell of Arkansas C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 July 1896

it. TT mm. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLK'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JULY 16, 1896. VOL. 6. NO. 45. fStTf IT ' Tf O WISH NOW, as your wheat is cut and in thei stack and work is not pressing while the new corn is fast making and you are waiting for the price on the old corn to ad vance, why not make a little extra? ATTEND.... to LOTS of things justas CHEAP as What do you think of Made up Wrappers calico for 75c each f)0c anil C5c launrlried Shirt Waists, 35c each Fine black Lawn3 tliat were 15 for lOcyd 10 yds common dress Lawn for 1 9c Full length Suspenders, wire buckles 10c pr Overalls, double to the shin 69c pr Good Work Shirts for 25c each Forest Mills Bleached Muslin, 1 6 yd for $ 1 .00 Gold, silver and paper money, all good at this sale. ARTIN & O HUTCHINSON, - ESTABLISHED, 1876. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, HUTCHINSON, KANS. CAPITAL $100,000. aniTlaege st Bank in the Valley. S. F. CANTERBURY, President. ank of Hutchinson. Pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 July 1896

THE GAZETTE. & S. Kktlxtom Co. X. 0. Krrri.rro!, Xdltot HUTCHINSON, . . KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTERES. Victor Wilkes, who won a trot Detroit recently :13,'j, was raised Lyon county. A traveling peddler sold a trunltful of imitation dirmonds to the people of Bvrlington. The state board of irrigation has let the contract for the; erection of a plant in Wallace. You can get life insurance, employ a physician and buy a coffin in the same office at Lawrence. In Lawrence there is an undertak ing firm and an insurance agency in the same store room. Topeka hud a horse show in which all the handsome women of the city took part TopcUa is sporty. Buchan's wife is the daughter of W. P. Converse of Kansas City, and Converse is an uncle of Mark Ilanna. "I like biking," said a Topeka new rider Wednesday. "It brings one in such close contact with so many peo ple." Ed. Howe says that in eve ry crowd you will find a man who cannot at tract any attention unless he gets up a fight. One of the exc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 July 1896

SILVER MEN HAVE EVERYTHING THEIR OWN WAY, THE COLD MEN ROUTED. Radical 10 to 1 Free Silver Platform Adopted Strong Agaliut Bond h tnea la Time of Peace The Temporary ana Permanent Organization Fight Over Michigan. CnicAGo, July 8. In the magnificent nd capacious Coliseum in Jackson park, beneath clear skies, with a cool, invigorating breeze snapping at the flags and trappings, and the blue wa ters of Lake Michigan stretching away ' to the north, the Democratic national convention met yesterday. After a brief but decisive battle in the arena, the silver men vindicated their supremacy. They wrested from the hands of the gold phalanx the control of the convention and gathered the reins of power into thair own hands. There was a reminiscence of that other great coliseum, whose fall marked the destruction of an empire, where men were butchered to make a Roman holiday about it all. A cham pion who has so often entered the lists to do battle, in Democracy's cause, amid the ringing shouts a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 July 1896

Ibutcbirt0on feettc. Entered at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E. G. NETTLETON A CO. Proprietors. TlHIfS Of 4UB8CBIPTIOM, 1.00 PER YlAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDr -ULggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson SENATORIAL CONVENTION. A delegate conveutlon of the peo ple's pprty of the Thirty-sixth senato rial district of Kansas will be held at Kingman on Wednesday, August 12, 1896, at 11 o'clock a. m., to nominate a candidate for State senator from said district. At said convention each voting pre cinct in said district will be entitled to ma delegate. Ho delegate shall be allowed to give a proxy to anyone out side the precinct for which he is elected. Under said apportionment the various counties are entitled to the fo'lowing number of delegates: Iteno county, 40; Kingman, 27; Pratt. 20; total, 87. It is recommended by the committee that each county choose its deleeates to this convention at a time when most convenient to them. II. II. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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