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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 July 1896

PLATFORM ADOPTED. Full Text of th Iu i;im rati on of Trlnclplc hm Finally PMxurd. Chicago, July 10. The majority re port of the committee on resolutions of the democratic national convention submitted. the following report, which was read by Senator Jones, of Arkan sas, chairman of the committee: The Platform. We, the demo-rats of ttau Unlteii State. In national convention assomblcd, do reaffirm our allegiance to those great essential principle of Justice and liberty upon which our institu tions are founded, and which the dcmocrnilo party has maintained from Jefferson's time to our own freedom of specoh, freedom of the press, freedom of conscience, the preservation of personal rights, the equality of all citizens before the law, and tho faithful observance of constitutional limitations. The constitution of tho United States guar antees to every citizen the right of civil and religious liberty. The democratic partv has always been the exponent of political liberty and religious freed...

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

EEIOCBATIC NOMINEES FOR PRESI DENT AND VICE PRESIDENT. FREE SILVER PLATFORM- SMfc Nominee Were Dark Hone Vyan Stampeded tlio Convention by His Eloquence and Bewail on Arconnt of HU Looatiou He 1m From the State ot Maine. Summary ot the Balloting1, f S 8 tt ? ? B B CANDIDATES. S. Z & 5" S. o o r f f f j : ; tUad 2211 2ST m 'M 13 Mryaa 10. 1J ilU 21 tin 3 a s.i .... aackbarn 8'J 41 i7 7 .... MBpbll 2 0 McLtmn l -3 !H -to.... XiiUWs. 37 31 84 36 .... taUiaon IB 10 K 96 Ytovnovcr I1' 8 XmmU i l Mrmison 'I 1) 8 0 Tillaiau 17 0 Tellat 8 ; Jail 1 I 1 I 1 TOiinu ih.- wo 10a is. m Unofficial figures. Result not announced CifiCAQO, July 11. William Jen Mings Bryan of Nebraska, the young. cUsaic-teaturcd orator from the ylahn of the Platte, swept the con vection off its feet yesterday and was aoroinalcd for president ou the fifth Mliot. Political history furnishes no prece dent for the day's proceedings in the Coliseum, either as a great spectacu lar show, or an the result of the de Sbernt...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 July 1896

Ilorpline Habit Conquered. I YOUNO FARMER'S BATTLE WITH DISEASE LED TO USE OF THE DRUG. I Font ht Heroically and Finally Found Core for Both the Dleeaae nI the Habit What Ha Hal to Eay About It From tho Register, Iola, Kansas. Two years ago last May, Eugert thrlg;, a young farmer living near Iola, tan., suffered a severe attack of scl . itlca, resulting from a sprain followed y exposure In wet weather. Four ot Ihe best physicians of the town at :ended him at different times, but in iplte of all they could do he grew Iteadlly werse. For nine months he mffered as only the victims of this nalady can suffer. During three nonths of that time he was confined !o his bed, and for five months could tot walk except on crutches, on ac count of the excruciating pain in his lips. Finally his condition became so kad that he could not walk at all, and Ihe physicians could hold out but little lope of recovery. After lying thus for two weeks, he leas Induced by a friend to begin tak jig Dr. Williams...

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

FRANK V. WOODWARD, .DENTIST. Omca 'ndresl(liinc8 In the McCurdy-Glllett building Southwest corner of Sluin and Slier, tnau. jicaiileiicc third four. Notice to Snbkeribers. When Rivinp; notice to tbis oflice to have your address changed from oue place to another, please state the ad dress plainly where it is now goinjjand save great trouble to us. LOCAL AXD 1'ERSOJiAL. Mr. and Mrs. Grant, Easley left Sun day tor Detroit. Mrs. l'et Xation went to Cascade Colorado last week. Mr and Mrs. D. Forker of llucoton, are visiting in the city. J. G. Haskell, nieliitectof Lawrence, was in the city Monday. Born, to Jlr. and Mrs. Earl Ilichards, Monday night, a daughter. Mrs. Dr. Maguiro left for Manilou Sunday evening to spend the summer. Co. E. of K. N. G. are camping at Arlington for target practice this week We have been told that ex-Commissioner Knowland i again u howling populi3t. How about it? Mrs. S. Sloan, ou Eleventh West, is enjoying a visit from her father, Jacob Sheridan of Fairlield,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 July 1896

4t THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PABTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OP EENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JULY 23, 1896. ISO. 46. When a man says it can't rain in Kansas, re fer him to the history of the past week and to yonr corn fields. When he says there is no business in the country, send him to And 1 6 to 1 he will feel more cheerful when he leaves us and unless he is is LINED with some EXTRA STOUT BARGAIN PROOF, he will get into our business whirl and be making business before he knows it. Here's "Why: We. Sell Blue calico and Gar ner's Grey Calico for 4c yd. House "Fixins" Lace curtains by the yard, tape bound edg es, 42 in wide for 1 22C yd. Here' a Thing In Ribbons. 'Tis a little job to have big sales when 2 in. satin ribbon sells for 7c yd. How do you Feel About lawns. Come in next week and get almost any kind you want for 5c yd. HUTCHINSON, - Corset Sale Friday, 25c S. F. CANTERBURY, President. Slim &.C0. Paid Capital, $85,000.00. CATTLE PAPER A SPE...

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 July 1896

THE GAZETTE. E. 0. Nnrurrox ft Co. E. 0. NrrrLiTON, Zdltoa KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, The bloomer fad has almost wntirely tiven away to skirts, and fewer men ire driven to drink. General Weyler has been good to General Campos. He has fully vindl sated him by contrast. The man who says the right thing at the right time Is the man who says nothing at all when In doubt. Where Is the women's candidate for president? Isn't Belva Lockwood still available? And what Is the matter with Anna Shaw or Mary Lease or Susie Anthony? General Weyler has heralded an ither great victory. "The Spanish troops on Saturday captured three rebel camps." The "rebels" were all gone when the capture was made. The exclusion or men from Jury duty because they have read reports of cases In newspapers Is preposterous. It has resulted In making the intelligence of the average juror a byword. It is an unwarranted assumption that re porters do not tell the truth. As a matter of fact, they have no reason for not telling the ...

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 July 1896

A CHAPTER ON MONEY. IT 13 THE LAWS OP GOVERN MENT THAT MAKE MONEY. Money h a Here Utility to Facilitate the Exchange of Real Wealth Wealth U the Product of Man's Labor Ap plied to Land- la the celebrated debate between Hoswell 0. Horr of New York and William Hope Harvey of Illinois, Mr. Hon, replying to a written question from a gentleman in the audience, said: "My answer to that question is, that it assumes that it is possible to demone tize gold. All the nations in the world couldn't demonetize gold. They haven't the power to do it by law in any way possible." In this debate Mr. Horr appeared as the chosen representative of the money-lenders. It Is fair to assume that the dogma, which he announced in the foregoing quotation, Is one which the class supporting him would have the people accept as true. It Is also clearly inferable from his statement that he believes, or, rather, would have the people believe, that gold possesses the attribute of money by natural law through some divi...

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 July 1896

Ibutcbtnson feetfe. Entered t the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. fxHHB or Subscription, '.0O pbh Teak C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie IDrvLggist Inscriptions a Specialty. Sarth Main Streot Hutchinson SENATORIAL COSVEJITIOBT. A delegate convention 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. in., to nominate a candidate for State senator from said district. At said convention each voting pre clnct in said district will be entitled to tue delegate. No 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'lowiug number of delegates: lleno county, 40; Kingman, 27: Pratt, 20; total, 87. It la recommended by the committee that each county choose its delegates to this convention at a time when most convenient to them. . H. II. Isle...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 July 1896

SILVERITE8 MEET. The National Silver Party Convenes at the St. Louis ExpDsiiion Building. F. G. NEWLANDS' ADDRESS. The Nevada CniigrrHiuun Dwells on Presl dent t'levelnnd' Fliiiir.clul Policy and Speaks in Favor of lIlinetiilllHm and Agulutt Kiiclnnd'l Gold Policy. St. Louis, July 22. The delegafts of "the national silver organization were slow in assembling in the music liall of the Exposition building, and there were not nearly enough visitors to fill the galleries when J. J. Mott, chair man of the national commit tee, called the convention to order at 12:30 o'clock. xPrayer was offered, after which Miss CLillie B. Pierce, of this city, read the declaration of independence. This caused an outburst of applause. When the call had been read, Con gressman F. G. Newlands, of Nevada, was Introduced by Dr. Mott as tempo rary chairman and proceeded to make his address. In opening he referred to the republican declaration for virtual gold monometallism and to the demo cratic expression in ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 July 1896

POPS BADLY DIVIDED. UNCERTAIN AS TO THE BEST COURSE TO PURSUE, THREE FACTIONS AT WORK Northern anil Western Delegate Want liryan Indorsed Southerners Want a I'm lull on Elector Middle of the Koad Hen Want a (straight Ticket and Flatform Note. St. Lours. Mo., July 81. The "m'ulille of the road" Populists, who are opposed to an indorsement of the Democratic national ticket, and who look with only less disfavor upon tho plan of fusion on electors, after a day and a night of prosperous propaganda, are at length called upon to do battle in serious interest in defense of their policy, the coming' of the Kansaos and Nebraskans having strengthened and encouraged the opposing forces. Pop ulists of all degrees are seized upon by silver Republicans nod silver Demo crats and labored with zealously in Bryan's interest The l'opulists are now fairly divis ible into three distinct classes one which advocates the nomination or in dorsement of tho Democratic nominee, a second which proposes a divisio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 July 1896

.INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER II. T was not until late In the after noon of the next day that I could bring myself meet again the man whom I had always believed to be my father. Dur ing the time while I held myself aloof from him I passed Ihrough many stages of sorrow, but klleve my anger was greater than my rrief. I was but nineteen years of age, kut I fancy that my thoughts and Ideas urere in advance of my years. The iurious, almost solitary, life which bad led for so many years at Herstal abbey no doubt conduced to make me older than I really was. Till the time tame for me to go to Oxford, I saw little it any one save my supposed father, ny tutor, and the servants of the house, But latterly all had changed for the better. I had been two terms at the Dniverslty. I had made many friends, Life was just opening to roe; a new tresh life, full of pleasure and excite nent. I found myself fairly popular tfith my fellows. I was well supplied nrlth money. I was looked upon as an inly son, and hei...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 July 1896

FRAIi&;V. WOODWARD, DENTIST. Office androjia'ic In the MerAWi jllett building Sonthwe aimer ot Nam mil Sher man, xicslilonce third foor. I.OiAL AND I'EHSOKIL. Seott Winnie is qu'.te sio: with ty phoid fever. Mpv. .T. C. Hall of. the M. E. church is recreating in tr.e East. ; Afr. W. .1. Ha' nes left last week for a visit in Tanaim, New "York. . TioitN To Ir. and Mis. Joe Noe on C Wesi, Thursday Jwiy Hi. a sou. Miss Sympson of Orthaee. 111. is vis itinq lir coi .sin, Mrs. Fred Cooter. ' Mrs. J. vT. Whinevy is entertaininz Mrs. Dr. Billities ot Marshaltown, la. Mrs. L. J. Met-iiiide has returned from a trip toMilwauky and Fort Mad ison. l'resldini Elder Haines preached at the M. E. churcli, Sunday, in the ab sence o Dr. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Guthrie went to Eureka Spiings Wednesday to recreate. His health bems poor. J. D. Wiener is actiuir as alternate for J. I). Cole Kt the St. Louis populist convention this week. Mrs. W. A. ford and daughter have (?oih to Colorado Springs to ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

. V i J 4 trr 1W ir v 0 tat ii i jniiiPl uMunuiiiiia THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF ROOjrfOUNTY. PUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JUL3 1896 VOL. 6. NO. 4 ir It it I F YOU would know a dollar, don't iooK ai ine xnermomeier, lor that will make you warm But go to Take a drink from the new ice water foun tain and look around you. You'll find things just as you've HEARD they are, and learn just HOW MUCH a dollar is worth. You'll Find: YJusIin. Fine unbleached muslin 36 in. wide. "Calumet" by name, 4c yd Waists. Never so much worn as now. Laundried shirt waists at 35c each. Topsy. Retains her original colorand ourseamless black hose for ladies is the best made for 10c pr. Children's Hose Ribbed, not seamless but good for wear and hold fast color, Sac pr. Gingham. Do you know Amos keag? It's 5cyd. Try the Power of a Dollar With P. HART! HUTCHINSON, - S. F. CANTERBURY, President. Bank of Hutchinson, Paid Capital, $85,000.00. CATTLE PAPER A SPECIALTY. SAV...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

NOMINEES OF THE POPULIST CON' YENTION AT ST, LOUIS. TEXAS BOLTS IN A BODY. Bryan' Message Withheld From the Convention National Committee la Given Plenary Power to Deal With th Sltnatloo Middle of the Boader Ready for Another Tlolceb St. Lours, Mo., July 27 William Jennings Iiryan of Nobraska, who was nominated by the Democratic national convention at Chicago a fortnight aero, was made the standard bearer of the Populist party by a vote of 1,042 to 331. The Democratic candidate was nominated in the face of his own pro tests in the shape of a telegram direct ing the withdrawal of his name, to Senator Jones, sent after Sowall, his running mate, had been ditched for the vice presidential nomination and Thomas B. Watson of Georgia had been named for second place on the ticket. It was also made in the face of an opposition so bitter that after the convention adjourned some of the radicals held a "rump" convention. The last session of the convention, which lasted from 8:30 Saturday mornin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

Mrs. Evans, tho wife of Captain E. K. Evans, the military attache of the United States legation at Berlin, made a bicycle trip to Ilerringsdorf and back a distance of 400 miles, this week. For the ten mynths ending April 30 last, the total production of cigarettes for home consumption was 2,338,147, 300, or an increase of 617,804,480 over the fiscal year 1804-'9". A Veil of Mint Rising at morning or eyeninn from tome low Iond, often cnrrici in It folds the tevda of ma laria. Where nmlnrial fever prevail no one l Hie, unless protected ty nouio efficient medi cinal safeguard. Ilometter'a frtouiach Mitten is yoth a protection and n remedy. No person who Inhabits, or sojourns In a minninntlc region or country, should omit to procure this fortify lug agent, which Is also the finest known remedy for dyspepsia, constipation, kidney trouble and rbeumutlsm. The gross earnings of 123 roads for show an increase of 0 percent, and 73 roads show an increase of 11 percent for the fourth week of Ju...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

Ibutcbinson Cfoette. Entered at the postofflce In Hulchlneon, Kansas, as second olass matter. E. G. NETTLETON A CO. Proprietors. Iirmb ok Subscription, tl.OO PER Yeab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie iDriaggist Fjescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson SENATORIAL CONVENTION. A delegate conveution of the peo ple's psrty of the Thirty-sixth senato rial district of Kansas will be held at Kingman on Wednesday, August 12, 1806, 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 tne delegate. No 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: lteno 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 tbem. H. II. IS...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

INDORSED BRYAN. "National Silver Convontlon Ac- cepts the Domooratlo Ticket. The Vote Was Unanimous and Devoid of I Any Dlseusslon-The Platform An A1- dress to the American I'cople Issued Nominee! Will lie Notified. ' St. Louis, July 24. When the second -day's session of the national silver party convention was called to order Congressman Newlands moved that a committee on ways and means be ap pointed to raise funds with which to defray the expenses of the convention. The report of the conference commit tee was read and adopted and then Senator Jones read the platform, the chief part being as follows; First The paramount Issue at this time In the United StateM U indisputably the money question. It Is between the gold standard, gold bonds and bank currency on the one side and the blmctnlllo standard, no bonds and gov ernment currency on tbe other. On this Issue we declare ourselves to be In favor of a distinctively American financial system. We are unalterably opposed to the single g...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

THE GAZETTE. E. O. HlTTUTOK 4 Co. B. 0. NrnLrroif, Iditot HTTTCHINSON. KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' A new insurance organization is be fog worked up in Topeka. ' An Atchison cow herder rides a bi icycle and makes it useful in the prose cution of his avocation, i IThe street corner meetings on finance at Belle Plaine are so over-taxed that night sessions are being held. The heavy rainstorms of last week are still playing havoc with the train schedules of several of the roads. A Kansas editor writes; "What a a snap it would be to be dead and have your insides packed full of ice such a a day as this." The corn prospect is really alarming The ears are going to be too big for the cattle to eat and there will be no nubbins for the hogs. There is a great many Kansas Uni versity students in Lawrence this sum mer making up back work. The great est demand for tutors is in the line of mathematical work. When Mr. Katekin, the new mana ger of the Lawrence telcphone.arrived the people expe...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

NAPOLEON M'KINLEY. CREELMAN AIRS SOME OF Hf METHODS. Promisee Everything to Everybody While Fnreolnc the Ilanble of FVyne and Position How Ohio Hae Been Pat la Debt James Creelman, a staff correspond ent of the New York World, writing to Lis paper from Columbus, Ohio, under date of June 23, says: "I showed in my dispatch to the World last Sunday that the state debt of Ohio was greatly Increased under McKInley's rule as governor; that the Ohio state Institutions were given over to political plunderers and contractors with pulls; that Gov. McKinley reveal ed a singular weakness and infirmity in dealing with wealthy corporations, and that Mark Hanna was able to take possession of the governor's private office, send for state senators and dic tate to the legislature, while Gov. McKinley stood passively and obe diently in the background. "Major McKinley is only embarrassed by a promise when he has to keep It. This has happened occasionally. There is one instance known to every man, woman...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 July 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD. DENTIST. Office sndresidance In the MrCurdy-Gillett building Southwest corner of Main and bher man. l.cslUencc third tour. Announcement. 1 announce myself an Independent candidate lor the riflhe of county corn commissioner ot the First d'strict of Reno county, Kansas. J. M. BitEn:.i. LOCAL ASJ 1-EBSO.VA1,. Dan Head is visiting in Kentucky J. J. Deartli and wife left Monday night for Colorado JsprinRS to spend month. Miiiiriu Calhoun of Pratt who h been visiting here relumed to her home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dodd of Okli lioma, have moved to our city to make it their future tioiue. Fred Altswager of the School and Fireside returneii Mituruay iro-ui t protracted eastern tup. f!nw Creek with its Dlacid aud beau tiful waters etc., has been on a sort of lug" lonesome tuis wee. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Nussbaum, have gone on an extended trip to Hew York and other points in tne i-.asi. Mm TTurnnlo nn T? Wpst. returned from Texas, Tuesday night, whither .she went to get her...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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