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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

..-id, irkt 1 t For Histim f larkV j 1 For District Clerk, . U FAY SMITH. LJ. :!y Attoruer, ' tW t'oip t A-'-'mey, I "1 Fur Couuty Attorney, J LI H. FIERCE, LJ 'Superintendent, kl 1 For C'oiiu y --i erW .nlnt, : For Couutv Superluteudeut, , U G.M.WOODSON. JM ,J r-j lr n rebate Judge, j j PorPMin' ; .iudin, , I For Probate J udi?e, ; U CHAS.W, ARNOLD. r i.missioaer, let Dibtno:. 1 Kor Couuty C oir.nm-ic uer , 1st Diririci i I For County Uominitwiouer, 1st luuiot. i LI LL LJ For District Clerk, For County Attorney, In For Couuty fciuperiutendeut, For Probuie Judge, For Couuty Cuiuinissiouer, 1st District, For District ( 1rk. FAY SMITH. For Gnintv Attorney, H. FIERCE. For tjonn'v Sniierliitfiiilfii,, G. M. WOODSON. For Probate Jinlue. CHAS. W. ARNOLD, ToTCbu u iy iiiiiiiinbioiiei, ii Liinuir JOHN M. RREHM. Kurlt-'fH Clerk. W. W. PAYNE, For C"nu Attrey - L. M. FALL. For Coin. ( h Tiiittul . I. L. DAYHOFF. For ' J ml ire. J. M. STUART. 'ilmikimen. V" OoTJLnt3r: jiatoj a uiar w tis to con...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

i OB Stty good masons WHY THE AMERICAN PEoVLE. SHOULD FAVOFI FREE COINAGE. tte Bttoy Sfaa Can, by Heading Tills, In Ten Mlnutctt See Why It Would Bene fit Him and the Whole Country to Ke ' torn to the Money of tho Constitution. Mr. Eugene V. Browster, in a recent communication addressed to tbo Brcok- yn Citizen, cites the following reasons in favor of free coiuago : ' 1. Because all of the national parties have declared in favor cf bimetallism, and not ouo favors the gold standard, which we have today. 2. Becauso no voters ever yet voted for the, gold standard, and only thoso who benefit by tho appreciation of tho gold dollar favor it. , 8. Becauso gold standard mon'jy is dishonest and iaake3 the debtrr pay k. 1 . t . ll . 1 1 :Dacl a dOliur larger uum iuo one no borrowed. 4. Because tho gold dollar Is appreci ating in value moro and were, making debts harder and harder to pay. J 6. BeeuBse tho only objection yet heard against bimetallism, is, we ore Hot big and strong enough to har...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

Dr. F. V. Woodward, DENTIST. Office and rejldance In the McOurdy-GMett Bullalng Southwest corner of Main and Sher man, opposite Wileon block, Hesldence OQ third foor. J)K.J. W. 11.VJUIUE, SPECIALIST, "Diseases of Eye, Ear Nose and Throat; Glantes Scientifically Adjusted. Office In Ma sonic Temple, Hutculniou, Kansas. LOCAL ASD PERSONAL. Cash Deems for hot; and cold lunch. A vote for Pierce will be a vote for a lawyer that will not loae about four .fifthaof the state cases. A vote for Fay Smith is a vote for a mighty good fellow, a whole souled l)ig hearted man, a competent clerk and one that is deserving. Vote for fcim. Charlie Arnold of Nickerson, is a good, honorable man, popular at home and wherever he is known. A man of good judgement and sense. You can not do letter than to vote for him. Mr. Miles Taylor, a Hutchinson man of old, now clerk of the U. 8. Senate committee on National Banks, arrived the latter part of the week for a visit among old friends. Don't spare any pains to...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

TfDutcblnson (Sa3ette. Kn tared t the postoffice In Hntchinson, Kansas, as second date matter. E. G. NETTLETON 4 CO. Proprietor. fnwt or eJuBscarpnoH, $1.00 PKaYaUB C. E. SIDLINGER, Prescriptions 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, FHANK DOSIER, Marlon Count; Governor J.W.LEEDY, Coffey County Lieutenant Governor, A. U. HAKVET, Shawnee Couaty Secretary of State, VT. B. BUSH, Jewell County Treasurer D. H. HEFIXEBOWBB, Miami Connty attorney General X.:C. BOYLE, Bourbon County Auditor w. n. MORRIS, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. ConfTcatman-at-Large, BEV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson County Congressman lor Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Barber County JUDICIAL. judge of tbe Appellate Court, W. A, DENN'ISON, Of Butler County. SENATORIAL. Senator With Senatorial District, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno County COUNTY. Probate Judge, CHARLES ARNOL!...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

0J J THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 51896. m 9. VOL. 7. Well, What do You Think of it? Did You Bet? If so we hope you bet on the right fellow. If you didn't bet on him, we must admonish you to be more careful next time. You prob ably know by this time that it's very wicked to bet, especially so if you lose. But that doesn't affect your betting on getting the best values in Winter Underwear at You're sure to get some of these next time you're in. Saadies" Underwear. Ladies' ribbed fleece lined vests and pants, satin faced, ecru or nat ural gray, 25c each. Election special. Nat ural merino vests and pants, warm ones, at 49c each. Whatd'you think of line wool camels nair vests and pants the soft est kind for 75c each. Medicated Reds are always warm, healthful We have 'em all sizes, all wool, at 75c each. Underwear is quoted by the single garment. Not by the suit. More About Underwear in Next Week. - ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

THE GAZETTE. 5. L Kimiroi A Co. 1. 0. NrTTLrron, Kdltot HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF ISTEKEST. SCHILLING'S MINSTRELS. This popular company of minstrels rill make their appearance at Wichita kttfae Crawford Grand on Friday and Saturday, Nor. 6th and 7th and an on- lertainment way above the average may be expected. One of the most as lential features of a perfect minstrel organization is the music and singing Of the first part. Mr. Schilling has given this part of" his campany this season special attention, and has been luccessful in securing one of the strongest singing parties that is possi ble to carry with an organization of this kind. Jack Sample, the wonder ful basso, and Chas. Lotnier, the tenor, together with the Trocadero Quartette, making a sextette of vocalists never before equalled in the minstrel profes sion. The orchrstra, under the direc tion of Prof. Geo. M. Stevenson, is also a feature. The company will make a parade and give a concert on the day of their a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

WOURALI. "Yon fellows can believe It or not, ns you like," said Mnckny, "but I tell you that for a day and a night I have known what It Is to be dead." "O, come, Mac, that's too much. The major has given us some pretty tall voes, but we can't quite swallow that." "Perhaps," suggested the major, "Mackay refers to a state of alcoholic saturation, I have heard" "Shut up, major," interrupted High field. "Don't be feeble." "O, all right," said Mackay. "Only you sahTlt was my turn for a yarn; but, of course, If" "Fire away, Tlac; never mind the Ws own tales are bested. We'll be lieve you. Observe the child-like Inno cence of our countenances." "Very well, then, you shall have the yarn. It happened out In British Guiana. Phil Egerton and I had been knocking about that district In a yacht. Phil was a bit of a scientist; had dab bled in the ologles when he was at Ox ford, and he found something to in terest him In the shallow waters round the coast. The buckets of mud and slimy things he fis...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

Tfoutcb.nson 5a3ette. In tiered st the postolHoe In Hutchinson, Kansas, SB second olaaa matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. XlRMB Of iUBScarprioK, $1.00 pcrYbab :uNioNi C. E. SIDLINGER, ' Tlie Drizggist fjescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Jekut sunly wore race on election day. uo nooks m uia Mark Hanna's flag day turned out to be Bryan's flag day as well, jusc as it ihould te. JbrbY promised Monday to knock the eje out of Chester's name and he has been as good us his word. Ti.ere can be no doubt that Jerry was right in saying the republican party had passed into the "sere and yel low le.it"' at least as far as his district is concerned. In tact it is presemabla that Chester Ichabod is somewhat yel low himself. Ir appears that the "eminent re spectability" of the Republican party congenial with that of Kentucky gold democrats, was not enough to elect the notorious seducer of Madeline Pollock to his old Beat in Congress. The re publican nomination of tbid old w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

Dr. F. V. Woodward, DENTIST. Office and resldance fn the McCurdy-GIUett Building. Southwest corner of MaJn and Sher man, opposite Wilson block. ItesldeDCe on third foor. jyK. J. W. MAGUIRB, SPECIALIST, ,n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anc Throat. Classes Sclentlnoally Adjusted:. Office lit M sonle Temple, Hutchinson, Kansas. LOCAL AND PEBSOMAf,. Mrs. Joha M. Kinkel has returned from a visit to St. Louis. Mrs. J. G. Reudesill of Dubuque, Iowa, is visiting ber mother. Miss Adeline Mathews who bas been visiting in England arrived here Friday. F. Martin has been on a purchasing trip in the East. He returned Friday. Rev. A. F. Irwin entertained Rev. G. W. Banker, of Lawrenoe, last week. Mrs. J. Benford, milliner, has been sick, but Is about attending to business again. John G.Page and Leon a Thorne of Burrton, have been granted license to marry. In many precincts a second ballot box had to be procured to hold all the monstrous ballots. One great consolation for an afflicted people is that t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

f t ' 'i ) r. r I' . ( !"' i HI FINAL APPEALS MADE TO NEBRASKA VOTERS. CONFIDENT OF VICTORY. Speeches to Feople at Varloo Center Oold Badge Conspicuous at Some Folnta Big Crowd at the Sta tion John P. Irish Fol low CIoe Behind the Silver Champion. Lincoln, Neb., Nor. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan returned home yesterday morn ing for a day after several weeks' ab sence. There were no demonstrations on the way from Council Muffs, as it was not known when they would leave there. On, their arrival here many friends met them. They were driven to their home and spent the day very quietly resting. Mr. Bryan retired early and slept well all night. Before doing so he expressed unshaken confidence, but said that if three should by any chance be defeat now, silver's friends should at once prepare for 1900. Seven o'clock this morning found Mr. Bryan speeding westward on his last day's , work of the campaign. There were comparatively few people gath ered about the depot to see him off. The first stop of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

DAIEY and poultry. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Bow Saoceesfal Farmer Operate Tbli Department of the Farm A I'eir Hints a to the Care of Live Stock and Poultry. " WISCONSIN ex periment station agricultural report says: An effort was made at the close of each of the per iods of the experi ment to ascertain whether the cows, of their own choice, would take water at one temperature In preference to that of another. The trial was made by tak ing two palls of water, one at the tem perature of 32 degrees F and the other it 70 degrees P., and placing before the cow, first the water whose tem perature was that which she had been taking during the period Just closed. After allowing her to swallow two or three times this pail was replaced by the other and after she had tasted it the two were placed side by side be fore her. The results were these: Gov."s Heifer, whether she had been on warm water or on cold, invariably chose the iced water in preference to the warm, and so stro...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 November 1896

(--GOY. LEEDY. William J. Bryan and the Fusion State I Ticket Carry Kansas. THE LEGISLATURE FUSION. Indications That Senator I'clTer's Successor Will Not Be a Republican FuslunlsL Hare Probably Secured Five of the tight Congressmen. a Tope K A, Kan., Isov. 4. Bryan and ii. i ; i . : .1 . . . 1 . : . ,1 liiio lusiuu abuio iiuthuii iiuvu cumuu Kansas by a majority that may bo any where from 8,000 to 15,000. At repub lican; headquarters the hope is still held put that Morrill and the rest of the republican state ticket may be saved, but they lack it with uncertain figures. It is a fact that the returns ! 8o I far received put Morrill ' slightly in the lead of I.eedy, but the outset these returns have shown a bteady republican loss from the vote of 1802, when tlio fusionists won the btate by 5,000 majority. To illustrate: At 11 o'clock complete returns had beenreceived from 214 precincts, giving I Morrill 18.578; Leedy 10,(H3. This shows a republican loss in the same precincts on tho vo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

T TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THIJRSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1896. VOL.7. NO. 10. JJ B-R-R-R-M. That's what we heard a boy say several days ago. What's the matter? "I'm cold. B-r-r-r-r!" We never heard a girl B-r-r-r but guess they do, as boys and girls are much alike. B-f-r-r-r is a very expressive word and means cold and a want of underwear. Buy underwear for boys and girls at TJ 0. 1 . Children's fine Australian wool under wear; natural gray, no scratching, all soft and fine, vests, pants, and drawers for boys, Size, No 1G, 15c; 18, 19c; 20, 24c; 22, 29c; 24, 34c; 2G,39c; 28,44c; 30,49c; 32, '54c; 34, 59c. Wo, 2. Children's fine soft white merino vests and pants, . Ko.lC, 5c; 18, 10c; 20, 121c; 22, 15c; 24, Ilk; 2G, 20c; 28, 22JC 30 and 32, 2oe; 34, 30c each. No. 3. Children's un ion suits, cotton -and wool mixed; fleeced, Sizes No. 1,45c; 2, 60c; 3,55c; 4, GOc; 5 and G, Goc, Flo. 4. Ribbed union suits for childre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

Ml! Of I DKIKL WILLIAM M'KINLEY IS ELECTED PRESIDENT. BIG ELECTORAL MAJORITY. Carrie the Solid East, Middle West aaA Three Southern States Nine States Very Cloe A Chance of Leu Than S8.0OU Totes Would IITe Eleeted Bryan President Pluralities. Chicago, Nov. 9. The prospect Is now that Major McKinley's electoral vote -will be S80, giving him a majority over W. J. Bryan of 113. This includes Kentucky and Wyoming in the Mc Kinley column, although it is not yet positively known that they have gone Republican. Aimost complete returns, however, make it reasonably sure that they are for McKinley by very narrow margins less than 1,000 in each case. On the other hand, it is not impossi ble that McKinley's electoral vote may be cut down to 261, for the last returns from South Dakota show a tie, with three precincts to hear from, which may give the state to either McKinley or Bryan. In case it goes to Bryan, and Kentucky's thirteen and Wyoin lngs two doubtful votes also go to Bryan,- McKinley's...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. How Successful Farmers Operate ThU Department of the Farm A Few Hints a to the Care of Live Stock ' am J Poultry. E met Mr. Henry Sowden of Mans field on a train the other day, and while he was tell ing us about his White Wyandottes, and the pleasure he had in them, an amused smile came into his face as he told ua of an had in selling experience he egga for hatching thla sum mer, eaya Farm Poultry. A neigh bor had admired the White Wyandottes quite frequently, and expressed a wish to buy a sitting of eggs. Mr. S. told him he had none to spare this year, wanted them all himself. After he was all done setting hens for the season the neighbor came again and wanted eggs. Mr. S. told him he wasn't keeping them separate, but thought he knew the White Wyandotte eggs pretty well, and could pick out a sitting. Feeling not quite certain, however, he put in seven teen eggs, thinking he would surely get a dozen that were right Five ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

Tbutcbinson Sa3ette. Entered at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, M seoond olaaa matter. E.6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. fniNS Or 4DBKUPTION, 1.00 ferTcab mm C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie 3Dr"CLggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Fay Wjiitu u uot liyued at elea tion results His majority ia 240. Keep your ears open and eyes peeled for Major McKinley'a delicate allusions to trusts in his inaugural. . William, J. Bryan is defeated but he lives in the hearts of the people as a leader, a statesman, and a man. From the best figures, we are able to obtain at Dresent. the lower house of Congress will sland about 197 repub licans to 144 silver men. r WniLE Governor John Leedy goes to Topeka to live be will send bis child ren to the State University, at Lawrence This ia the kind of an unwashed he is. Mr. Mark Hanna was smart enough not to banquet the big New York bankera before election but the mask is off now, and they all gather together and jollify. Mark IIanna seems ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

TR. J. W. MAGCIRE. . SPECIALIST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. OUsecs SclcntiBcaHy Adjusted. OIHoe In Ma sonic iemple, Hutchinson, Kansas. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Will Meade was vlsitlnj? in Stafford last week, and returned Sat urday nigbt. Ev-Governor Lewelling was in town ashorttimeon some butter business with Mr. Parker on Monday night. Mr. H. E. Gonder, foreman of the Pratt County Union, was in the city Thursday night and Friday. He, of course, called on the Gazettk. G. A. Euglish and J. E. Burns of Nickereon, were arrested by Under Sheriff Metz Tuesday morning, on the charge of violating the prob buory law. Miss Daisy M. Swaoder in company with her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Williams, will leave for Kansas City cn Monday, where Mr. and Mrs. Williams expect to make their future home. Service next Sunday at the Univer salist church, corner Second and Pop lar. Morning Bubject,"The City of God;" evening, ''The Day of Judg ment." All cordially invited to at t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

THE GAZETTE. W 0. KlTTUTOX A Co. X. G. NlTTLITOW, IdltM flOTCHINSON,. - - KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. DAISY THE MISSOURI GIRL. One of the November attractions at the Crawford Grand, Wichita, i the above named company, From an ex change we clip the following: Sadie Raymond and her company received an ovation at Chattertons last night that they should be proud of. Never before in the history of Springfield has a com pany been awarded such a reception. The house was crowded and hundreds turned away unable to obtain seats. The company was here three weeks ago and made such a favorable impres sion that Manager Chatterton induced them to play a return engagement which proved highly satisfactorily to everybody concerned. The vast audi ence came to see a good performance and they saw it The members of the cast seemed to put forth every effort in their power to please the people and the applause they received showed how well they succeeded. Sadie Ray mond, as "Daisy' played her part to...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

(X WHO CREATES MONEY? MAJOR M'KINLEY SAYS POINT EDLY THAT THE GOVERN MENT DOES NOT. He Neglected the Opportunity, How ever, to Name the Power That Does, net It Is Hoped That He WU1 Cor rcot the Oversight. Bryan's campaign declaration to the Martlnsburg (West Va.) farmers that "money is a creature ol law" called out a reply from Mr. McKlnley. Ia a speech Oct. 7 he spoke as follows: "There Is a deal of misunderstand ing as to how the government gets its money and how it pays it out. There are some people who seem to believe that the way the government gets its money is to make it. The government gets ite money by taxation, and can get it in no other way. It takes about 1430,000,000 a year to conduct this gov ernment. A million and one-third dol lars for every day is required to keep its wheels in operation. Now if the government had the power to make money, as some people seem to believe, or had the power to double the value of a thing by its stamp or flat, it would not need to resort...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 November 1896

"TOOLED THE MANAGER. 'bw. W. Kelly, nulling; Mill Man," I Wade ttr Bit o' His Life. I A theatrical ai..i .i tells this story fjegardiug the. fcte .. v Kelly : i In his eariw duj. K"Uly was appear ing t a variety hall in Sau Fnucisca tThe proprietor aud manager of the place waa a Geran, who had a groat admi ration for the "rolling mill raau." While Kftlly was appearing at the thea ter ttetQurmaii arranged to put ou thi stage a wies of tableaux depicting the horowm f the members of the Saa ' Francisco Are department. Kelly was I to Uu4 at ouo sido of the stage and re ! cite aome original verses describing .' eachiiicturo or tableau us it was shown j on the stage. The German was wildly j anxious that this tribute, io the liremcu ; h-jk.l make a hit on theopouiug night '"Oh, Chou, " ho said, "'do yoor pes'j, j and yon vill make to hit of your life I" ' 'On the day of the opening JColly re- muincd at home so as o he in tho tiest ' ;pns.siblo trim fur tlie show. Soon a (tor 8 0'clock ho s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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