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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

1IM 'it V THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLE8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1896. JfO.i: VOL. 7. www Our Security School shoes the best on earth made of heavy dongola, dongola tipped; iu button and lace, opera or common sense toes. Price, of sizes 8 to 11, $1.25; 11 to 13, $1,50; 1 to 3 I. 75. This shoe can't be duplicated. Our KangarOO Calf, line is all right and at bed rock prices. They are neat and dressy, having a square toe, patent leathor or calf tip. Sizes, 8 to 11 at $1.10; 11 to 2 at $1.35; Those Oil Grains, too, are not to be equaled, with their com mon sense toe, hsel, or spring heel, riveted seam. 9 to 12 at $1.10 1 to 2 at $1.25. For DreSS Shoes you should seo our Merriam and Godman's lines; dongola lace, opera toe, patent leather tip, spring heel. 8 to 11, $1.50; 11 to 2 1.75. Dongola Lace patent leather tip and facing, a very handsome shoo. 8 to 11, $1.10; 11 to 2, $1.35. DongOla Kid button shoes, McKay or turned...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

V THE GAZETTE. 2. O. HlTTLXTOSI ft Co. S. O. Nittlitok, ditot HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Gales burg1 has a "Live and Let Live' Itore. Congressman Kirkpatrick used to bo h telegraph operator. The Erie schools will bo conducted by a Kosebush the coming year. I Schlatter has been running a thresh ing machine in McPherson county. , 0d of the fair and fragile flowers of Oisburg is Miss Minnie Barkyoumbe. , MissBobo lives at Baldwin, while Miss Hugus alluringly resides at Ot tawa, I Miss Lainmc, of Wellington, is in no particular need of a shepherd. Sno (wears a beautiful diamond ring. At Abilene where they give the children a bos of matches and send them to the barn to play, a lot of prop erty was destroyed. Miss Sally Segar of Lyon county ought to take down tho Standard dic tionary and discover that Cigar is the aristocratic way to spell it. It is all a bluff," said a Ilarrcy ounty girl to tho editor when he told her she looked cool. "I have enough on under this white...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

TWO VIEWS OF SILVER 3Y TWO BISHOPS OF THE M. E. CHURCH. BUbop Thobnrn of the Methodist Church don't Agree with Bjshop New. man. Bishop John P. Newman of the Methodist church has taken it upon himself to pick up the gauntlet in favor of gold. He has had some controversy with Senator W. M. Stewart on the question. Uis zeal for gold is only ex ceeded by his zeal for the election of McKinley and Hobart In his last let ter to the senator (it is dated August 15) he says, in part: "I have traveled through nearly all the silver countries on the globe and seen the baneful effects of a debased currency upon the working population. In those lands the wage earner, whether accountant, mechanic or day laborer, contracts for so much per day or week, during which time silver and paper currency has depreciated while the necessaries of life remain at tha price they were before the decline, but the wage-earner is compelled to take the depreciated dollar. You propose to change this by legislation. You ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

I IDutcbinson Sa3ette Entered t the pwtofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G.NETTLETON & CO. Proprietors. fwws or dCBScBipnon, 11.00 pra Yeab CUNIONi C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Dr-aggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPUUSTTICKET. NATIONAL.. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska' Vice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia, STATE. Chief Justice, FRANK DOSTEE, Marlon County Governor J. W. LEEDY, Coffoy County Lieutenant Governor, A.M. HARVEY, Shawnee County Secretary of State, W. E. BUSH, Jpwell County Treasurer D. U. HEFFLEBOWEB. Miami County Attorney General L. C. BOYLE, fioarbon County Auditor W. B. MORRIS, Cherokoe County CONGRESSIONAL. Coogresenan-at-Large, BEV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson Connty Congressman for Seventh District, JERRY SIMPSON. Barber Connty SENATORIAL. Senator 80th Senatorial Dlstrlot, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno Connty COUNTY. Probate Judge, CHARLES ARNOLD, Nickerson Superintendent Public Instruction, G. tf....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

Dr. F. V. WoodaRD, DENTIST. Office and residence In the McCurdy-GIUett Building Southwest corner of Main and Sher man. opposite Wilson block, ileslUeneo on third loor. LOCAL AKD PERSONAL. R. Y. Lacy is recreating Colorado. Mrs. L. I. Brighton has none to An tbony for a visit. Miss McNutt of St. John is visltioj? Miss Minnie Benford. Mrs. E. M. Carr and children are visiting in Iloisington. Mrs Geo. lrvin and children have come hack from Colorado. Mrs. Sam Hirst and daughter are visiting in Arkansas City. Misses Mvrtle Dillon and CoraLoe are visiting In Kansas City. Lou Hoagland returned to the med ical college In Kansas City lust week In the tennis contest at Lyons last week Hutchinson carried off the honors Ilear Jerry Simpson on the money question at Nlckerson, September 19 at 8 o'clock W. D. Springer is visiting his parents on B West Mr. Springer is from Cleveland, Ohio. Superintendent Dawson has bought the Farrian Business College and will continue it himself. Mr. J. S. Vaudolah...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

G. A. E. COMMANDER. MAJOR T. S. CLARKSON OF OMAHA THE MAN. Chosen by Acclamation at the St Paul Encampment All the Other Candi date Withdrew Close of the Encamp ment Women's Relief Corp. St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 5. When nominations were declared io order in the Grand Army encampment this mora in?. I). R. liallou of Providence, R. 1., Major Thaddeus S. Clarkson of Omaha, K. J I. Hobsofl o( Kentucky. John C. Linehan of New Hampshire and Hear Admiral Meade wore named. Seconds for the nomination of Clarkson came quickly from all over the hall, but one of the iirst men up ras Admiral Meade who withdrew his own name. It at once became evident that Major Clarkson would win and all the other names were withdrawn and he was chosen by acclamation, lie was called to the stage and acknowledged the honor conferred on him. General J. 11. Mullen of Minnesota was elected senior vice commander-in-chief, having- been designated for .that honor by the department of Minnesota, the custom, being to give t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

-r NTERNAT10NAI CHAPTER IX. RANT had fallen upon his side. His face was turned from me, and one arm, thrown out as 1 he fell, half hid his head. For a mo ment I stood mo tlonless. Now that the deed was done, the horror I felt at my own act tioted me to the spot. I felt that jould not meet the man's dying gaze the reproachful gaze of one whom had elain In what was little more than cold blood. Oh, If I could but undo my work! But was he dead? I had aimed straight at his heart had my bullet reached It? Let me learn If I was a murderer in act as well as Intention. If so, my, pistol had a second bullet, and my aim, when I turned the muz zle toward myself, would be as true as before. I dropped the fatal weapon, and ran to the- fallen man; I kneeled beside him, and, with the mechanical calm of despair, set to work to learn the worst No, thank heaven, he was not dead not yet! The blood had flown from his sun-tanned face; his features seemed pinched and drawn with pain; but he still lived. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 September 1896

CHOCTAW COUNCIL. Trouble Brewing Because of Claim ants to Citizenship. A YOUNG GIRL IMPRISONED. A Nine-Year-Old Child Sentenced to Ten Yean In the Penitentiary A Child Burned to Death-A Wife's t Brains Beaten Out. Tusiikahomma, I. T., Sept 9. The special session of the Choctaw council , convened here yesterday morninjr. It I was intimated that trouble was brew ing, and United States Marshal JIcAl ester sent deputies to the capital. It is claimed that a compnny has boon or ganizing claimants and a right to Choctaw citizenship guaranteed for $500 each, and that 200 claimants have already been enrolled, and that wit nesses and certain members of the council have been fixed to rush the claims through A Young Oirl Iuiirisinril Jackson, Miss., Sept . A nesrro girl nine years old, named Ilattie Rec ord, was brought from Holly Springs to Jackson and placed in the peniten tiary for ten years. She was convict ed of murder, having killed her sister's child by splitting its head with an ax, "be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

4' few 'lift til'! fi: THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1896. NO. 2. VOL. 7. V i v. :k A K PORIUM EM OF FASHION - - BEHOLD! ALL THINGS ARE NEW!" 'JforifrnS Millinery and Cloak Department Takes Place on THURSDAY and FRIDAY of this week. Come and see all the New Styles that will be worn this coming Fall and Winter Season. P. MARTIN &CO MERCHANTS. HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS, Is located in that section of Georgia traversed by the GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY wh'ch 1b the only dlroet through route to tlie cnpital of the c.lony, oonuectlng 1 7 t Kite, part le" from Chlnago, Indianapolis, De.roH t'levclart wd Cm clnnati can eoure sleepers with only one c.haune (in depot at Nasbv lie) to Tlf ton. l"3 f ro!" St. Louis direct without ohuntse. Tho section in which this colnv is located has been wcil named The Great Fruit Belt of the South. THE SOLDIERS' COLONY, SWAN, GA. tfuree for from 5.uo to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

THE GAZETTE. m. C. Nrrrurro.x A Co. K. 0. Nittlitom, Edltoi -' - KANSAS, HUTCHINSON, KAKSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. WANTED THE EARTH. kn Irresistible Mlrth-Provoklng Satire On Social Tendencies of the l'resent Day. : This is the striking title of one of the plays John Dillon will give at the Crawford Grand on his appearance in Wichita during the State Fair week commencing Monday September 21st The play itself is a good one. The curtain goes upon Jay D. Smith'sfarm in New Jersey. As the keeper of a Bummer boarding house, Mr. Smith is Dnly a moderate success; as a soil agi tator he is a dead failure and concludes to sell the arm, remove to New York and enter "sassiety." The sale of the farm is made to great advantage. Mr. Smith removes to the metropolis, changes his name to Jason DeSinythe and becomes a genuine dude. As a speculator the "man from Jersey" is a howling success, and rapidly acquires a vast fortune, together with a fair knowledge of French. His courtship of the Widow Van Doozl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

r 'THE LAST CHAPTER. THE CRIME OF 1893 AS A SEQU AL TO THE CRIME C7 1893. One Followed as a Logical Result of the Other. Unequal Competition, with India. The Itoinedy, Cwe more chapter in the story of sil ver demonetization lias yet to be told. For twenty years after 1373 the Indian mints were kept open to free coinage and the financial management of the trade of the whole East rapidly con centrated in the hands of the inter national banking syndicate. The organisation bought the American sil ver product as fast as it reached New York at prices established daily in London. And consigned the same to their, agents in India, who took it to British omints. There it was coined Into rupees at the ratioof 10 to 1 (or a valuation of 81.33 per ounce) and these coins veing by Indian law legal tender were used in paying the agents of the Asiatic producer for all they had to sell. Of course as the price of silver bullion declined the profits of the transaction increased. Along about 1380 to 188...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

Ibutcblnson (5a3ette. Sntered t the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olaas matter. E.G. NETTLETON A CO. Proprietors. 7xiiMB or Subscription, tl.OO per Year C. . SIDLINGER, Tli Drxggist Inscriptions a Specialty. 3forth Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST TICKET, NATIONAL. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska Yice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia STATE. Chief Justice, FRANK D03TEK, Marlon County Governor J.W. LKEDY, Coffey County lieutenant Governor, A. M . HARVEY, Shawnee County Secretary of State, W . Jt. BUSH, Jewell County Treasurer D. B. HEFFLEBOWER. Miami County Attorney General L. C. DOYLE, Bourbon County Auditor W. H. MORRIS, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. Congressman-at-Large, REV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson County Congressman for Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Barber County SENATORIAL. Senator SUth Senatorial Dlxtrlot, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno County COUNTY. Probate Judg CHARLES ARNOLD, Nickerson Superintendent Public Instruction, G. M. WOODSON, C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

Dr. F. V. WOODABD, DENTIST. Offlca and tendance In the McCurdy-Gmet Buildlng Southwest corner of Mil n a tter roan, opposite Wilson block. Kesldeiico on itliird foor. LOCAL. AND PEH&OKAi.. Frank Vincent started Monday on a trip to St. Louis and Omaha. The recent rains have put the ground In good shape for wheat. Miss Grace Lawson left for Topeka Monday to attend Bethany College. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John W. "Roberts on Monday, the Htu, a son. Mr. Charles Mapes and family have returned from their trip to Colorado. Mrs. John Fox and children returned tome Sunday from a visit in the east Mislees Damie and Mary Biftner left the first of the week to attend ODerun college. Mrs. Walter Kohr and daughter i i,,rnui frnm their visit in Col- UBTD igvuiuvu w orado. C. W. Oswald started for Chicago Friday to attend the National conven tion of the laundry men. Mrs. Harrv B)berts and daughter rfltarned from their visit in Pennsyl vania and Michigan. Superintendent Dawson organized a new schoo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

DECLARED A TKUST. KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE ILLEGAL. Bo Decide Judge Garter of the Kansas Court o( Appeal! Wat Organized la Violation of Law to Prevent Competi tion In Business. Topkka, Kan., Sept. 11. Judge T. F. Garver of tbe Kansas court of ap peals banded down an opinion yester day in which he holds that tbe Kansas City Live Stock exchange is an illegal body and that each member com mitted a misdemeanor in joining the association. The firm of Greer, Mills St Co., of Kansas City, Kan., belonged to the association and was couvlcted of accepting lower commissions than were recognized under the rules of the exchange. A fine of $1,000 was imposed which the firm refused to pay and brought suit to prevent suspen sion. The case was tried in the Wyan dotte county district court on an ap plication for injunction and the decis ion was against Greer, Mills & Co. This decision is now affirmed by the court of appeals. BRYAN IN MISSOURI. The Silver Candidate Makes Speeches ""a From K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

r N Etj poor man knows a quick way to get ich. How the undiscovered guilty women Condemn the discovered. , S'here is a fascination in being a fool. Bo many people do not use their kenses. When the Trans-Siberian railway is (completed in 1900 it will be possiblo lor a globe trotter to encircle the globe in thirty days. ! The smaller a woman traveler is, as & rule, the larger the satchel she car pies. v THE SADIES. The pleasant eBect and perfect safety With which ladies may use Syrup of Figs, Under all conditions, makes it their favor ite remedy. To get the true and genuine article, look for the mime of the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company, printed near the bottom of tlie package. For sale by ail responsible druggists. There is no code of ethics author izing lies to be written on tombstones. Deafness is more prevalent in cold ' than in warm countries, the ear being sensitive to changes in temperature. American walnuts, pecans, hickory nuts and the like were last year sent abroad to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 September 1896

A PLAIN STATEMENT. What I Meant by Freeond Cnllinltcil Colo ace at the Batlo of Sixteen to One. Kot ut ull infrequently evcu yet tfio query department of Tho Sunday Xows is culled upon to explain what is rueiuit by free and unlimited coinage at tho ra tio of 10 to 1. OeeuMoiiiiUy there is a question which betrays a depth of ignoranco most fath omless. Tho News has received one and from a email town i; Colorado nt that which makes us brieve that n statement of the familiar facts will bo of value in sonio quarters. Iu effect it is as follows: "A. t;;'tsB. tliafc 10 to 1 means that the mints shall coin 1(1 silver dollars for every gold dollar they coin. B. bets that it means there shall he 16 parts of pure silver to 1 part of alley in rcteh silver dollar. Which wins?" Neither of these notions has anything to do with the meaiiiui,' of the espres sion "16 tc; 1." It means that the weight of pure. pold in a K"ld dollar shall bo 23.32 grains and the weight of pure silver in it silver dolla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

6otty fly . . , THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLK'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1896. VOL. NO. 3. WHAT'S the difference, we'd like to know between picking up dollars in the mid dle of the road, and saving them by buying your goods right? You may not be learned in that which is written a Arl J that is practical and that's the sort of knowl edge that counts. V Honey Comb Bed Silver Mills and Spreads, washes easy Franklinville Sheeting, and is very K A. M buy what 1 O Ac vd serviceable, OUc ea you want atZf2c Ja Boys School Pants, 30 inch "Laconia" ex checked and striped tra long soft knap. Oan cottonades, -i Kc f ton Flannel Ol d well sewed at J- uc Pr at Jo 36 inch Ivanhoe L L Muslin, easily A0 vri Dieaonea.a, MenHeaw Winter -niain nt fit io Ttn,ifQ nrm hinnir ets, heavy knap, and c pr iat Our mail order system works to perfect ion. Try it! liTM & C MERCHANTS. HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS. m !3Si 3 FRANK COLL! DAY, No. 1G North ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

THE GAZETTE. 2. 0. Kittlitos A Co. K. 0. NirraiTON, Idlte - - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. JOHN DILLON. 'A Model Ilusband," is the title of one of the plays Sir. Dillon will put on during1 his appearance at the Craw ford Grand in Wichita during the week the State Fair is held, commencing Monday, Sept 21. The story "Of a Model Ilusband," deals with the fortunes and misfor tunes of a New York stock broker, who lias long experienced tho unpleasant restraint placed upon him by his strong minded and jealous wife. After many years of feminine reign during which time tho hen-pecked husband has continued to say, "yes my dear," to every command from his better half the wife ventures to leavo him alone while she goes away on a visit This proves a turning point in tho hus band's career which leads to the many ridiculous incidents and laughable sit- J uations which berau me --iuoaci uus band." He recklessly takes advan tage of his freedom from petticoat gov ernment to have what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

International CHAFTEK XI.-fCoSTisuu.i It was a blazing hot day, so hot that l blamed myself fcr not having start ed on my ride either early In tho morning or later on, when the power of the sun began to wane. I wondered that Grant had not suggested the lat ter course. That wonder came coupled with an other thought, a thought which made my heart beat. I remembered how anxious he had been that I should make the Journey to-day and pon trasted that anxiety with the lmpor- tance of the errand. Could It be that , h was for some purpose sending me out ot the way? I role slowly on, giv ing this question full consideration, and the more I considered It the more I became convinced that my errand to L'Orlent was a ruse. Having deter mined this, my mind was at once made up. I halted at the next farm-house, and stating that the horse was lame, left him In charge of the good people until I could send for him. Then rap- Idly I retraced my steps until I reacnea the top of tho cliff from which once ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

Iftutcbtnson (5a3Cttc. Entered at the postofUce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON & CO. Proprietor!. 111X8 Or 4UBSCWPT101C, 1 .00 PER TAB " in - 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, FRANK DOSTER, Marlon County Governor J.W. LEEDY, Coffey County LieutAaant Governor, A. M.HAEVKY, Shawnee Connty Secretary of State, W. E. BUSH, Jewell County Treasurer D. H. HEFFLEBOWER. Miami County Attorney General L. C. BOYLE, Bourbon County Auditor W. U. MORRIS, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. Congressman-st-Ltirge, KEV. J. D. BOTKiN, Wllaon County Congressman for Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Barber County SENATORIAL. Senator 36th Senatorial District, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno County COUNTY. Probate Judge, CHARLES AUNOLtl, Nlckerson Superintendent Public Instruction, O. ...

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