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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 August 1896

rflwiiuiMlj'y''l"''ll,"'11JIJJtL'','Mt'"' ' " ' ."Mg1 IM n . wrniiwniL., --.i. jj , THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S P AHTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VolTo HUTCHINSON, KANSASTHURSDAY NOON, AUGUST 6, m. 48. g 1 T .' i '. 1 r . l AT . . . k Of bargains in every department. The store is over-cro-vded already with new fall goods and one-fourth of what's coming is not here yet. There is a continual demand lor "more room everywhere. We are going to make you buy by offering you goods at unheard of prices. Come and see how we make room for our new goods: We have just receiv ed a full assortment of the wel 1 known "Santa Maria" brand of Rib bons. They are 25 per cent cheaper than any other kind. Come in and see them. Gents Fish-Net Un dershirts, the cool, airy kind, at 25c garment. Preston Mills Domet in checks and stripes, dark grounds, at 8Jc yd. Boys' Waists well made, perfect fit, at 25c each. Ladies Hose, Topsy, fast black, at 5c pr. Mail orders receive prompt attention. P...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 August 1896

FUSION IN MISSOURI POPULISTS READY TO CON SIDER THE MATTER. State Committee Empowered to Act for Division of Presidential Electors O. D. Jones Nominated for dovemoi The Platform and Fusion Address Sedalia, Mo., Aug. . The follow ing. ticket was nominated by the Pop ulist state convention: Governor 0. D. Jones of Knox county. Lieutenant governor James D. Hil lis of Harrison county. Secretary of state Major Thomas Day of Henry county. State auditor Sheridan Webster of St. Louis city. State treasurer D. Osoar Wood of Chariton county. Attorney general Judge Frank E. Ritchie ot St. Louis. Railroad commissioner D. M. Coan of Christian county. . Supreme judge John M. Voorhees of Livingston county. Judges court of appeals St Louis district, John W. North of Neosho; Kansas City district, O. N. Elliott of Kansas City. Address to the People. "The People's party of Misiourl doss not propose to surron lor Its identity or organiza tion; Its mission is n t asoomplutni. But for it in our opinion, t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 August 1896

) V. DAIRY AND POUITBY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. . laeo.ssfal Farmer Operate Thla Department ot the Farm A Few Hint ai to the Car of LI v. Stock sod Poultry. lata circular from the department of agriculture gives the following on filled cheese: "It may be well to state in passing that filled cheese differs from the genuine, old fash ioned article in but one essential as its composition particular, Is concerned. Instead of the natural fat ot milk, or cream, which is extrac ted for butter making, there as neutral lard, made from the leaf fat of the hog. This article, claimed to be exception ally pure and good of its kind, is lused at the rate of two or three pounds io every 100 pounds of eklm milk. The cheese resulting carries about 30 per bent of (lard) fat, which is rather less than the average of (butter) fat in good trhole milk cheese. The casein and ther components of the two are prac tically the same in kind and propor tions. From this statement of com positio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 August 1896

Ibutcblnson Cfoette. 3toltreri at tho poetoffice in Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class mattor. E.G. NETTLETON & CO. Proprietors. jtausa or Subscription, tl.OO per Yeab C. E. SIDLINGER, TlielDiraggist Inscriptions a Specialty. ISorth Main Street Hutchinson EIf ATOR1AL fOS VESTIOW. A delegate convention of the peo ple's party of the Thirty-sixth senato Mai district of Kansas will be held at "Xingman on Wednesday, August 12, 38S6, at 11 o'clock a. m., to nominate a andidate for State senator from said district. At said convention each voting pre cinct in said district will be entitled to me delegate. No delegate shall be allowed to give a proxy to anyone out side the precinct for which he is elected. Tiiilsr said apportionment the various wanties pre entitled to the fo'lowing aonaberof delegates: lteno county, 40; Tirgman, 27: Pratt, 20; total, 87. 3k is recommended by the committee tihxi each county choose its delegates to this convention at a time when most (convenient to them. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 August 1896

. . MISSOURI DEMOCKAT3. The State Convention'! Opening Session Looks Like Stephens for (Jovei-nor. Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 5. At 12:15 o'clock Chairman Sam B. Cook, of the state central committee, called the democratic state convention to or der and called od Rev. W. M. Protts man, of Jefferson City, who invoked divine blessing1. When Secretary Zeve ly read the list of temporary ofllcers of the convention and named Judge James Gibson, of Jackson, there was applause, and later, when Gibson was Introduced, the entire convention applauded liberally. He thanked the committee for selecting him and declared that the convention would name the next state officers of Missouri and would indorse the action of the Chicago convention. "In my judgment," he went on, "that plat form and ticket has already been In dorsed by 6,000,000 voters of the coun try. It is democratic soundly demo cratic. It is wiyinjr to the people that we're able to make the laws which will govern the people of this countr...

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

THE GAZETTE. S. Q. Mmurros A Co. I. O. Nettlitok, Idltw . - KANSAS. HDTCHINSON, Pateraon, N. J., boasts of a woman 8! fears old who rides a wheel. Few men ever lived up to the ex pectations of either enemies or friends And the man who considers his nami a matter of news is still painfully in evidence. Our Canadian friends, who have al ready had their general election, will please excuse us till we hold ours. People like occasionally to be told that they look sick enough to be In bed. It makes them feel heroic because they stayed up. The candidate who receives 224 elec toral votes will win. Count 'em up m you think the states will go. A pleas ant pastime on a real warm Sunday aft ernoon. The Christian Endeavorers are the people to turn out to conventions. Their recent gathering in Washlnf-.on was the biggest thing of the kind on record. . ; Chicago is now Interested in a re markable lawsuit One citizen sold a cow to another and warranted her to give sixteen quarts of milk a day. The ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 August 1896

THE BRYAN SPEECH. FAMOUS ARRAIGNMENT OF THE COLD STANDARD. The Greatest Political Loader or Modern Times Held 25,000 Paopla 8pallbouDd by HU Oratory and Wlu Words Pro tecting' Debtors and Creditors. Candidate Bryan's speech before the democratic national convention Is here given In part. It was In reply to Sen ator Hill's defense of the substitute for free coinage platform. "Let me call attention to two or three great things. The gentleman from New York says that he will pro pose an amendment providing that this change in our laws shall not affect con tracts already made. Let me remind him that there is no intention of affect ing those contracts which, according to the present laws are made payable in gold. But if he means to say that we cannot change our monetary system without protecting those who have , loaned mpny, .before, the, change was made, I want to ask him where, in law or in morals, he can find authority for not protecting the debtors when the act of 1873 was passed, but...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 August 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD DENTIST. Office andreeldanc In tbe MtCurdy-CiUott building Southwest corner -jr. Aluln auu oner man. ilcaldence third l'oor. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Fred Carpenter has returned from a visit to Liberal. Charlie Williams and family are so journing in Manitou, having left 6uu day. Mrs. Walter Kobr will spend the re niainiipr nf the summer iu Colorado Springs. The printers anil postofllco men have arranged for a game of ball on next Monday. Bert Marshal day clerk at the Mid land hotel, has been quite Blck for a few days. ' Frank Joirell of the Kansas City Times was here to report the democrat convention. L.5I. Bennet of Montezuma, Iowa, paM a short visit last week to his friend J. T. Talbot. A moonlight picnicin Shaffer's grove was enjoyed by a number of our young people last Friday night. Mrs. J. wTFarr returned Tuesday from an extended trip in Michigan, much to the delight of the professor. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dacey returned to Fort Worth, their home after a visit wi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

Cf? il! Jl ji'j TilE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARJIEKS ALLIANCE OF ItENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, AUGUST 13, 1896. VOL. 6. NO. 49. w rE WISH to present only (but convmcers, coin oi mem; wny thfiv should buv their furnishing goods at Martin's: First, We sell below everybody in price and thus save money to you. Second, Our styles are the latest, our goods the best and we guarantee satisfaction or refundyour money We quote a few convincers below to demon strate the truth of the two above statements: Gents heavy, nine ounce, blue denim Overalls, rivited but tons, double stitched seams, at 60c pr. Gents' Pantaloon Overalls, made for wear, at 65c pr. Boys' School Knee Pants, age 4 to 1 4, at 25c pr Gents' Work Shirts, made of flannelette, cheviot and heavy shirtings at 50c ea. Gents' fine Negligee Shirts, made of Mad ras cloth and fine per cales, at 75c ea. HUTCHINSON, - THE SOLDIERS' COLONY, SWAN, GA, la located ill that GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

s d. NEW PARTY BORN. GOLD DEMOCRATS ORGAN ISE AT INDIANAPOLIS flamed the National Democratic Farty Convention Called for September si Indianapolis to Nominate Candi date for President and Vice President. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. a The Irovisional national committee of those Democrats who do not indorse Ifae recent Chicago platform, met here jesterday and decided to call a na tional convention to place a third ticket in the field. The movement (pas given the name of the National Democratic party. Its organizers call those supporting the Chicago plat form and ticket the Populist Demo cratic party. The national convention it the new party will be held at tndjanapolls the first week in Sep tember. Some of the Eastern and Southern members opposed a third ticket at prst, but when they were told that in the Middle States party fealty was so regarded that many Denrocrats would cot vote unless there was a third ticket, then all objections from the East and South were withdrawn and the decisi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

CHAPTER IV. fCOSTtKCBD. W went down to a Quiet watering Ulace on th south coast. Here wo stayed for a fortnight. Oh, those sweet Bummer days! Shall I ever forget them? For the time there seemed no cloud .which could possibly shade our Joy. All the cynical, suspicious, mlsan throplcal elements seemed swept out of my nature. I told myself that the constant society of the wife I loved was making a better as well as a hap pier man of me. At the end of our stay by the sea It was our intention to return to London for a couple of days, and then start for Switzerland. Here, or In what coun try we chose, we were to spend months. In fact, I had as yet no home to offer my wife. The tenant of Herstal Ab- hey would not turn out without six months' notice so. for the time, we must be wanderers. Evstace Grant I had by now almost forgotten him wrote once to my wife. Sh seemed overjoyed as she saw his handwriting, but vexed at the. cere muniouB way In which his letter began, It lies before me now. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

ibutcMnson Cfoette. Eutereu at the portofllce in Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. HETTLETON & CO. Proprietors. f 1KM8 OF dUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 per Year C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dnaggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North'Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST TICKET. NATIONAL. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska Vice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia, STATE. Chief Justice, FIIANK DOSTEB, Marlon County Governor J.W. LEEDT, Coffey County Lieutenant Governor, A. M . HARVEY, Shawnee Connty Secretary of State, W. E. BUSH, Jowell County Treasurer D. H. HEFKLEBOWER. Miami County Attorney General L. C. BOYLE, Bourbon County Auditor W. H. MORRIS, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. Cougreseman-at-Lnrgo, REV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson County Congressman for Seventh District, JERRY SIMPSON. Barter County POPDMST COUNTY COS VEXTION. A delegate convention of the people's party of Iteno county, Kansas, is hereby called to meet at the auditorium in the city of Hutchinsou on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

A LOUBLE MURDER. A Ten-Year-Old Boy Stabs Two Yourc; Children to Stop Their Cries. A SALVATION ARMY RIOT. For Two Hours tho Soldiers Hold Their Position at Bollevllle, III.. Afruluat the Attacks of a IIol A Vision Verified. Norfolk, Va., Augr. 13. A horrible tale ot double murder committed by a ten-year-old boy coincs from Holly wood township, Pender county, N. C. Frank Powers and his wife went to work in their field, some distance from their house, leaving their children, aged two years and 14 months respec tively, at the house of a neighbor named Mills. The ten-year-old son cf Mills was left in charge of the Powers children, while the parents were at work. The parents were startled by hearing the terrified shrieks of their children, and hasten ing back they found one of tho chil dren dead, while the other was in mortal agony from several stabs in flicted with a table knife. Tho ten-year-old youngster who had been left in charge- of the children stated that he had beat them to make...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

THE GAZETTE. 2. 0. HrmiTOjr t Co. 1. 0. NmxiTO, Editow - - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Lawrence is having a hired girl limine. A Lawrence man i.i too Indolent to Iweat during a hoi day. Western passenger trains ara trying to minimize the running of Sunday ixcurtions. The Lawrence and Ottawa teams had a bowling match, followed by a Sowing bowl. The young jockey, Mason, who was killed at the Kensas City races, was a resident of Caney. The fall festival managers of Tope ka, have appropriated $50 for adver tising. Liberal aren't they? The "sky parlor" of the Santa Fe general office building at Topeka, is the coolest office in the building. George Peck, of Chicago, will deliv er the next aunnal address before the (tate bar association at Topeka. The government has presented the agricultural college at Manhattan with $22,000 for experiments this year. Mrs. John Burns, of Atchison, whoso father was killed by Indians in 1SC3, has finally been allowed by the gov ernment 840...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

THE BIG CONVENTION. REFLECTIONS INSPIRED BY THE PROCEEDINGS AT ST. LOUIS. Will the Party Be the Victim of Treach ery aa Soneited by the St. Loula Itepabllo and Other Orcans. The chaotic condition of American politics so plainly shown by the bolting of disaffected republicans, democrats and prohibitionists from their respect ive parties this year, was again em phatically Illustrated by the proceed ings of the national people's party convention at St. Louis. But since po litical "chaos" Is only possible when the power of party "leaders" falls of commanding the unquestioning re spect of the people, and since it is in disputably true that the oppressive and outrageous conditions at present existing are the result of implicit obe dience of the past commands of those whom accident placed in control of po litical affairs, the disturbance of our political ocean may be hailed as a happy omen that the spirit of Inde pendence still exists in the breasts of those for whose benefit alono govern ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 August 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD. DENTIST. Office andresldauce In the McCurily-Glllett building Southwest corner of Alum aim suer man. iicsliltnce third tour. LOCAL ANJ PERSONAL. Miss Xellie Malcolm leaves this week for Colorado. Chas. YouiiK'ifin is cu u purchasing tour in the east. Miss Jefsie Benin has returned from lier eastern trip. l'rof. Patterson has resigned his posi tion iu the liili hcIiocI. Sir. and Mrs. C I Dawson are m Salt Lake, Utah, on a visit. P. Martin lias ttone east to make Tall purchases for his lire store. W. II. Miller, of Clinton, la., was visitinc A. M. Jewell last week. Mr. II. Kin;;. ""' iuruituio king, has returned from his eastern trip. Mrs Emma Orover has gone to Michigan for a visit till October. Mrs. McBride of Sherman, Texas, is visiting her mother Mrs. Crandall on C East. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jackson of Cold' water are victim? Mr. N. L. Ilallowell aud family. Howard Leers, of Kuijjiisiier, was visiting his friend W.S. Pagan the first of the week . Harry Holaday has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, AUGUST 20, 1896. VOL. 6. NO. 50. I I DRESS At-f Q lc yd. 27 inch fancy Wool and Mohair JLA2 novelties. At-f Qcyd. 36 inch, double warp, English .L O Cashmeres, all colors and black. AtQAc yd. Silk and wool, fancy Mohair A J novelties, very neat, new designs. AtQi c yd. 36 inch black French Serge, all JL wool. Atopic yd. 36 inch Cheviot and check suit A 0 ings. AtQ pc yd. 50 inch FairFax Suitings all col O 0 ors and all wool. At A K c V d . 40 inch black silk and wool fancy zt O Mohair, entirely new creations. AM Qc vd. 40 inch silk and wool Mohair tfcO novelties. At K Ac yd . 50 inch Coating Serge, navy blue t) J and black. AtpAc yd. 50 inch black French Serge, all 0 J wool, in blue, jet and raven black. AtjQc yd. 40 inch Boucle Kurls, all new 0 u fall weaves and colorings. P. MARTIN i HUTCHINSON, - S. F. CANTERBURY, President. lank of Hutchinson Paid Capital, $85,000.00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

THE GAZETTE. & Q. NlTTLITOH A CO. flOTCniNSON, B. 0. NlTTLITON, IdltO KANSAS. A tri trust. izt is a cococra Cut docs usi The summer girl Is not as bad as she is painted. Poets are calling for a word that will rhyme with silver. This is going to be a great year for eilver-tongued orators. A breakfast picnic and wading partr Is the fad of Carthage, Mo., girls. A peculiarity about sprees is that no time seeni3 appropriate for their full bloom. Chicken pie socials on the church lawn is the newest thing in Missouri towns. The parents of twins recently bora In Butler, Mo., have named them Gold and Sliver. Some men think it adds to their im portance to keep people waiting for them to do their duty. It is said that 50,000 glass eyes are wed in England. This may explain the glassy stare of the British dude. A quick and efficient method of sui cide Is to go into Oklahoma or Indian territory and incur the suspicion cf being a horse thief. Those persons who would forever condemn a man for o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

FORMALLY ACCEPTS THE DEMO CRATIC NOMINATION, DELIVERS A LONG SPEECH. Novated Almost Exclusively to lbs Sliver Question Madison Square Garden Packed With XO.OOO People Bad BU Address From Mao uorlpt Tha Chicago Platform Kxplaiaed. Nkw York, A tip. 13. Wilham Jen hlnjrs Bryan of Nebraska and Arthur Hawaii of Maine were last night for mally notified of their nomination by the Democratic party for the offices of President and Vice President at a meeting in the big Madison square Garden. An army of unnumbered thousands fillea the streets for several squares' about the building in Tain hope of securing admission. In the hall, which was a fiery fur nace, Mr. Bryan spoke to 20,000 ticket holders for two hours. Bis address lealt almost entirely with the flnan- W. J. BRYAN. OF NEBRASKA. clal question; was more argumentative and less eloquent than his historic Chicago speech, and only in a closing appeal to tbe citizens of New York did he speak in the strain which had captured the Chicago conv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

Ifoutcblnson feette. Entered at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON 4 CO. Proprietors. fattHB OF dUBSCRIPTlON, $1.00 pub Yeab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North'Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST TICKET, NATIONAL. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. Vice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia. STATE Chief Justice, FltANK DOSTER, Marlon County Governor J.W. LEEDV, Coffey County Lieutenant Governor, A. M.HAHVEV, Shawnee County Secretary of State, W. S. BUSH, Jewell County Treasurer D. H. HEFFLEBOWER, Miami County Attorney General L. C. BOYLE, Bourbon County Auditor w. n. Mourns, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. Congreseman-at-Largo, REV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson County Congressman for Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Barber County SENATORIAL. Senator 36th Senatorial District, FBANK 8. FIELDS, Reno County COUNTY. Probate Judge, CHARLES ARNOLD, Nickerson. Superintendent Public Instruction, G. M. WOODSON...

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