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The snprame court last Monday af.
firmed the decisioqj&f tbe district court
" oI'VY. E. Price charged with cattle
stealing and sentenced to ten years in
Cbas. Muikey was taken with hem-
orhatre last Tuesday and since that
time his Me has been hanging by a
tbread. His parents were telegraphed
for. lie is much better today.
The element turned loouelastThur
day night and gave us four and one'
half inches of rain. Strange to say,
yet it Is a fact, that 6 miles from this
city not enough rain fell to lay the
Cow Creek has been on atearBlnce
last Thursday. Many potato patches
bova town belntr submerged with
mud and water. It reached the high
est polm known for years on Monday
,- A Mistake.
In last issue we stated thtt Mr.
Dave Shaw had been remunerated by
tha bovs who drove over bim for tbe
CloUicS lillM tit, iul I.i.i ci.. .
Shaw called Tuesdav and informed us
, ( that no such good luck had happened
tttdgwlck vonnty populists.!
Tbe People's party of Sedgwick coun
ty beld their county and judlc'al
convention last Tuesday. lion
Dave Dale was nominated for district
judge, and Rufus Cone for sheriff.
The Sedgwick county boys are full of
enthusiasm and everything points to.
success at the polls.
Injured by the Storm.
The building of tbe old packing
louse, now used as a salt plant was
struck by lighning Thursday night,
The Pendleton house of Pretty Prai
rie was struck by lightning last
The Salvation Army tent was ripped
wide open in three places by last Wed
nesday nights storm.
Our ViipnrnMcleil OfTer.
Beeinninji with this issue and until
the supply is exhausted will give abso
lutely free one hundred yearly sub
scriptions to Up To I.) Ate DAlryli? and
ProDt farming to every tnitn woman or
chile who pays one dollar on subscrip
tion to the Gazette. Up to Ditto
Dairying and Profit Fanning is a
family illustrated magazine and, as
suitable for ' tbe parlor table as any
magazine published. The subscription
price is one dollar , per year. If you
want this excellent magazine call early
as tbe supply is limited to one hundred.
Mr. James Martin, an old resldeni
of tbis city died at bis home on west
Fourth on last Monday afternoon, of
consumption. He was buried on
Wednesday by Joe Hooker post of the
Grand Army, of which ordor he was
a devoted member.
Little Winnlfred 20 month old child
of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Lee died yester
On Sunday afternoon, Willie the
two-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward McMullen, died at tbe borne
of the parents in this city.
A nine-year-old son of W. C. Mat
thews died of dropsey Tuesday even
ing. Mr, Matthews had lately moved to
tbis city from Kingman county.
Bandar School Convert tlou .
The following program is being pre
pared for a S. S. Convention to be beld
JulylGth in tbe Hazen Grove three
miles cast of Sylvia:
Song, by Convention.
Prayer, I. B. Case.
Scripture Reading, Mrs. I. P.. Case.
Song, Plevna school.
Benefits of is. S. conventions, Geo.
Benefits of township organizations,
'2f. W. Dilley.
Recitation, from Plevna School.
Song, Sylvia School.
Song. Plevna School.
Hints and Helps for Superintendents
"W. A. Austin.
8. 8. Music, E. A. Dilley.
Song, Sylvia School.
Difficulties of and helps for Primary
Work, Gertie Ball.
Teacher and Class, Prof Dayhoff .
Song Plevna School.
Tardiness: Is it Right? If not, why
not? J. L. Tjrner.
How to Increase Attendance, H. E.
Recitation, Sylvia School.
Relation of 8. S. Church, I. B. Case.
Song, by Convention.
Sec. of Committee.
fJTbe tbe threshing season is again
bere and while you may not have as
much to thresh as formerly, yet you
-will need coal to thresh what you have.
"W roll vnur attention to the fact that
tve are this year maWiog a specialty of
team coai at pricn 10 su'i iue circum
stances. Central Coal and Coke Co.
No. 214 X. Wain,
.k. L. Odeil, Manager. St.
B. O. Davidson attended court in
C. M. Williams left Tuesday morn
ing for a week's visit to St. Louis.
Senator Leeds spent Sunday In the
city. Hewaaonhia way home from
Uncle Jas. McLean the Abbyville
postmaster transacted business in tbe
Mr. Fletcb 8oper, of Faven, was In
the city last Saturday. He reports no
rain as having fallen at the time this
city was flooaed.
Rev. Hall, accompanied by quite a
number of Epworth League members
from tbe county attended tne M. x,.
conference at El Dorado Tuesday.
Mr. J W. Turklfl. of Clay township,
has the thanks of the Gazette force
for a half bushel of fine ripe apples
left at tbis omce on circus day.
The c'ty primaries will be held
Wednesday evening. July 17, at 7:30
o'clock, at the following places.
Jt lrst waru. ac tampueiis ueea
store. Five delegates.
D. W. Kent. Committeeman.
Second Ward. At Stratton & Son's
Furniture store; Four delegates.
C. C. Coleb, Committeeman.
Th'rd Ward, Ac Kent's Broom fac
tory. Seven delegates.
a ay smith, committeeman.
Fourth Ward, At Sherman Street
school house. Three delegates.
R. A. Stewart, Committeeman.
Sixth Ward, At empty store room
north of Benedicts feed store. Throe
Filth ward. At Kexroau a carpenter
shop. Five delegates.
r . .. nr n . Ii.n
jas. rr, DuiLi.ua, juiuuKiccuiau.
There will be a meeting of tbe popu
list voters of Lincoln township, beld
at the alliance ball at Booth on
Wednesday, July 17, at 3 p. m. for the
purpose electing 5 delegates to tne
county convention to be held in
Hutchinson Aug. 14, and to put iu
nomination any candidate you may see
proper belore that convention from
tbis township, also to nominate a full
township ticket and township central
There will be a meeting of the popu
list voters of Enterprise township, at
the Enterprise school house, Wednes
day July 17, at 8 p. m. for the purpose
ofelectingS delegntes to the county
convention to be held at Hutchinson,
Aug. 14 and 4 delegates to the 3rd com
missioners district convention to be
held In Plevna Sept. 14, and to put in
nomination any candidate you may
see proper uetore those conventions
from this township, to nominate a full
township ticket unit elect a town3bip
The people's party primary will be
held at the Bain school house July 17,
1S05 between the hours of two and five
for electing delegates to tho county
convention to bo held at Hutchinson
Ang 14, 1895 also delegates to the dis
trict convention to te held at Plevna
Sept 14, for the purpose of putting in
nomination one county commissioner
for the 3rd district and placing in nom
ination township ticket for Walnut
township, also one central committee
man. Geoki Parkins,
The people's party voters of Medford
township will meet at Shoemaker
school bouse on July IT, 1895 at 3
o'clock p. m. to elect 3 delegates and 3
alternates to the county convention at
Hutchinson Aug. 14, and 3 delegates
and 3 alternates to the commissioners
convention to be beld at Plevna Sept. 14
also to nominate candidates for town
ship officers and to place before said
primary any candidate for county
oflicers. C. Walkup,
Clay Township Primary.
The populist primary meeting of
Clay township will be held at tbe Ijams
school bouse, Wednesday, July 17 at 8
p. m. to elect 4 delegates and 4 alter
nates to the county convention to be
held in Hutchinson, and to transact
of-er business recommeded in the call
for a county convention. All of the
populists voters should attend this
meeting. M. O'Sullivan,
The people's party voters of Troy
township will meet atRiverton scnool
house. Wednesday July 17 at 3 o'clock
p. m. for tbe purpose of electing :i dele
gates and 3 alternates to tbe county
convention to be held Aug 14.
a . x. seller, Committeeman.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the Hutchinson postofflce
July 11, 1895:
Blrks, Miss Susie Drulrord, Mis Llllio
McCorcan. Mis Pearl MoUanlel, Nancy
Shaver, lira. James Hhelock Drills
8twart, MU Fanny Sumnere, Mi at Duile
A ndoraoo, Earnest Bublg. Joe J
Cotten H. F. Davidson, Sherwood
rivelblea. J. W. Hiilner, Ortcn
Hotchkiss, 0. L. Huston, J. II.
Damon, David Lam W. J.
lwaon, Ralph Llttlejoha. Sam
Lock Boi 43 Marshall, Bob
Mlekal, A.O. Owen, 8. C.
Preeser, L. H. Pressenger, R. IT.
Rash. W. H. NmltoJohn
Thomosoa, A. 9. Vandern. at. E.
Vsosel.T. M. Weirs. Henry
W llkron, Marshall w leas. Harass
Parties calling for any of the abore
named letters will please say, adver
tised. u Mead, P. M.
At the residence of R. S. Holliday
on east Fourth street on July 4, Miss
Lucy Bracken, of Salt Lake City, to
Carl Mitchell, of Arlington, Judge
Fontron performing the ceremony. .
Tbe bride was former' a teacher of
the Reno county schools but is now
teaching In the city schools ofjjalt
Lake City, wblcb place they will make
At tbe residence of Harry Leonard
in Arlington on July 2nd. Miss
Gertrude Magulre to John Cbristenaen,
Rev. Axline officiating.
Miss Blanch Holaday of tbis city and
C. Thomas, of Baltimore, Md., were
married a. the residence of tbe bride's
parents on west 1st avenue on last Sun
day. On Tuesday evening at tbe residence
of tbe bride's mother, Miss Delia Fol-
merto I. C. Coin, the jeweler. The
newly married couple will make Cin
cinnati, 0., their home.
On Thursday last, about seventy per
ions gathered at the home of Wm Ship
ley, for the purpose of celebrating the
4th. Eroryone present seemed to enjoy
themselves much better, than though
they hud gone to some of the neighbor
iug towns through the heat. At noon,
four large tables were spread under the
shade of an immense mulberry tree, and
all tbe company partook of a bountiful
dinner, after which, ice cream, lemonade
and candy were served. The amuse
ments consisted of ball playing, pitching
horse shoes, horse raolng and foot rao
iug. I'ae. jcuiijjer uuoi, amused them
selves with fire craokers, while the older
ones, fired the anvil, giving salutes at in
tervals through the day. Everything
off peaeeful and harmonious, good feel
ings prevailed Dancing in the evening
and more ice cream, concluded tbe ex
ercises of the day, when all retired to
their homes feeling that they had had an
One Who Was Th ebe.
Wanted To Trade.
A light single or double driving
horse to trade for a good work horse.
Call at 322 East Ninth street.
G. A. H. Cheap Kxeitrsion.
The wisdom of the National Commit
tee in selecting a city so centrally lo
cated, easy of acces-f, as Louisville, Ky,,
for tbe twenty-ninth annual Encamp
ment of the Grand Army of the Repub
lic-, September 11th to September 14th is
fully Justified, judaine from the numer
ous inquiries received from all parts of
the country relative to transportation
facilities, passenger rates, limits of
In nntioi put-on oi a very lartre attend
ance, the lhilliniore& Ohio Southwestern
Kai I nay (formerly the 0. & M. Ivy), the
leading route to Louisville, from the
West, Nosth and East, 1ms made prepar
ation to afford visitors every facility,
both in the way of low rates and fast
trains handsomely ami comfortably
equipped, from all tlin termiunl points.
Three ihiily trains from St, Louis to
Lotiisvillr; two truing daily (except) Sn u
d.iy, B.'ard.stown and SpiinisticIJ to
Loiutville; three daily trains Cincinnati
to Louisville; two daily trains Parkers -bii
rg to Louisville. Kite via II. & 0. S.
W. H'y will not exceed one cent per
mile. Tickets will he on said September
Slli to 11th, inclusive, good returning
until October Stli lNUo.
One of.the principal event3 following
the close o! the Encampment will be the
dedication of.the Chiokamauga National
Military I'.irk, Chattanooga, Tonn., to
which excursion rnte from Louisville,
Ky., will not be higher than one cent
per mile; in addition ehere will be cheap
excursions run from Louisville to the
various battle fields in the vicinity. The
citizens Of Louisville are a unit iu their
expressions of aocordiug to their guests
a royal entertainment during the En
campment. Any further particulars desired will
be cheerfully furnished on application to
A. U. Goodrich, Traveling Passenger
Agent of the I) &0. 8-W.R'y, Kansas
City of to J. M. Cbesbrougb, General
Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
I will stand a fine thoroughbred
Jersey bull in South Hutchinson.
Terms 81.00 advance.
42-tf. G. W. nALLOWAY.
I have for sale seven sows with pig
and two young boars. Prices $12)4
and $15. F. P. McGuiue,
43-tf Haven, Kas.
Be It understood that .1. P. Florey Is In no
way connected with the 8ton-r numeric (if
Sedgwick, Kan., nnd has nut heen connected
wiih said II nn this luiuon. All parile that
haT slven him onlers on snld dnu't printed
order blanks uru nnll and void. Itt-jp ,
Heo. E. Stoxr,
Gen.Agt.. No. 15 3. Mala, Hutch risen, Kas.
July a. 189.;.
Oar Price In Keeping With the
Farmers remember that we have at
all times all the best grades of steam
coal for threshin purposes. We es
pecially recommend to you our cele
brated No. 6 Weir. It has no equal.
Central Coal and Coke Co , No 214 N.
Maiu. E. L. Ooell, Manager.
Is ninety-three million miles from the
earth but Myers & Son are centrally
located at 20 North Main and are sell
ing 30c coffee for 2oc and 25c coffee for
20c. The best values in town. In fact
they handle nothing but tbe best goods
and sell tnem sa low as honest goods
can be sold.
Hew Harneee Shop.
Mr. C. C. Colee has severed his con
nection with the old firm of Jones &
Colee, aud has opened up a new shop
at No. 6 Sherman street east where he
will be pleased te meet all his old cus
tomers and as many new ones aa be
can. If you need any repairing done
this is the place to go. Don't forget
tbe place. No. 6 Sherman east. 3-tf.
The Bare Truth
Would scare some dealers to death.
They are afraid of It. But It is our
object to treat our customers honestly
and with courtesy. That our measure
are Just and tbe quality of our goods
unsurpassed is demonstrated by our
increased trade. People? will go where
they are wel treated and Jas. Myers
& Son have the intt rests of their pat
r ons at be art. J-tt.
' Farmers The Nlckerson mills fa
tbe place to go tor flour and feed, tf
The American tStea Laundry lu
making a "pea'alty of taundrying tat
nve you tried the new proprietors
of the Nickerton Mills? Tbey are up
with tbe times. tf .
Celery plants for sale at T. ZInns
823 Fourth avenue east. iO cents per
hundred, 92.50 per thousand.
The Hutchinson Tlaining Mill Is
prepared at all times to do work in
their line. See their card In another
When you are in tbe city and want
barber work done don't forget onr
colored friend. W. A. 1 homaa. onnosirn i
the Midland hotel.
Carey bnvs dead hoes.
Carey buys dead cattle.
Carey buys big-jaw cattle.
Carey buys bides. 11-tf.
Farm and city loans made and all
kinds of insurance written.
Jonx M. Kinkle.
Rooms 12 and 14 South Main.
Mattresses made to order. Old Mat
tresses made over as rood as new.
Feathers bought and sold. Uphols
tering done in first-class style at 311
J. W. lliiftlne. nnnoaltA nhl ennrt
bouse, does all kinds of boot :nd shoe
repairing, mces cneapesc on eartn.
Excaralena to Texas and the Snath
Are you contemplating a trip south
southeast or southwest? Do you know
that tbe Mo. Pac.in connection with
C. R. I. T. Ry. at Wlch'ta and diverg
ing lines at Ft. Worth is the best,
shortest and most pleasant route to
above mentioned territory? Close
connections at all points, tbe splendid
equipment and good service afforded
by their route make it to your interest
to investigate facilities offered by our
lines before starting on your Journey.
Call on or address.
Agt. Mo. Pac. Ry.
Thirty Loaves of
at the BON TON
Finest lino or Candlca and
Kuta in the city.
North. Main Street,
TtlLLDE MA MED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MEETINGS;
National Convention Knights of St John,
Evansvllle, Ind., June 22 and Si.
International Conference Epworth
Chattanooga, Tonn., June 2T-30.
National Young People's Union,
Boston, Mass., July 10-14.
United Society Christian Endeavor,
Baltimore, Md.. July 18-21.
Knights Templar Triennial Conclave,
Boston, Maa , Augnat 28-110.
G. A. R. National Encampment,
LonlsTllle, K jr., September 10-11.
Write nearest iient "Big; Four Route"' for
routes, rates and full parllculart.
e. o. Mccormick, d. b. martin,
Pass. Traffic Mana. Oen'l Pass, le Ticket Agt.
IB pnt nnnnnlly for tobacco. Thotis f
sands of men die every year from
that dread fill iH-eae, (ancer of the
Stomach brought on by the lire of To-
Tim use of tobacco is Injurious to the
nervona Hyatetn, promotes tieart troubles o
aSeo'a llio oesight, Injure the voice,
and makes your presenco oDnoxtout 10
those clean and pure from such a filthy
DO YOU USE TOBACCO?
If von do. we know you would like to
quit the habit, and we want to asbUt yon
and will. If nu say tho onl.
How Caa Wa He'p Vou Why, oy In
ducing yon to piirrnag a box of Cot.n's
Toacco ANiiooTii, which Is a perpar
tlon comiMmnded strictly of herba nd
roots, which la a lonlo to the njBtemi
also cunts the Tobacco Habit and
knock t'iftnretta filly.
'How On Wa Know It Wiil Cur You
First, by its thousands aud thournnda of
cures j Second, by the increased demand
for It Irom the n.ol repnUb a wholesale
bouses: Third, we know what It Is com
posed of. and that the preparation will
olen the ayatsm of nicotine, and Will
cancel all errors of Ihe past.
Ywr Ora;git Has Colli for sale. If ha
baa aot aak nim to get It for you. If be
tries to fmlrn off something "Inst as
rood," Insist en hating Colli. If he will
not order It fur yon, send ns (11.00) dol
lar, and reoelve a box of Colli postpaid,
itsmembar. O014.1 Curbs.
In moat case on box affeota a cure,
but we gaamitee box to car auyoa.
Colli Remedy Co.,
AHaalalslmlor'a Met lee
It at Pablloal loo June J0.1
5tlo to horaby rlres. that letter of Adnola
Istratloa en the estate of 1. J. Porter deoeaaed,
ware granted tbe anderrlgued, on the Nth daj
of Jnar. I, by the probate court of Bene
County Kansas. Row. aM persons hsrlne claims
against the ld estate are hereby notlHe.1 that
tbey Host present th aanue t the undersigned
for allswaaoe, within see y.r from the date of
sale letter, or tbey may b precluded f r many
benellt of such estate' and If such claim b
ant exhibited wlthla tre yr after ike date
of said letter, tbey sbaU be forever barred.
f. B. Pohtib. Administrator,
Of lb kUlat of J. C "J- la. Deoeaaed.
THE GOLDEN EAGLE'S,
All wool worth
$10.00 and $11
Going at $7.50
THE GOLDEN EAGLE,
One Price Cash Clothiers.
J. D. WEI NER & CO. Props.
No. 117 North Main Street.
(Successors to Kanaka. & Co.)
Want to buy all of the pro
duce in the country, also
to sell more groceries
than any other
house in the
To do this vro are going to
sell bet er goods for less
money than any other
firm in business.
Read the following prices
Evaporated Prunes, per 11). . . . fie
Good Tomatoes, !5 cans for. . . . 2oo
Country cured meat, per lb. . . 10
3 cans corn fo' 25c
A good 30c coffee for 25o
No. 14 North Main St.
Ilutchlnson, - - Kansas.
The Eagle Grocery,
Flour and Feed at
Wholesale or retail,
besides the freshest
stock of Groceries in
And at prices that will
astonish you, so you
see you can't afford to
miss them and feel
No 15 South iiilnftie
n. v. rjeaix. rmL
HENRY C KUMPF, V. PmL
K. O. COVINGTON, CuAJtr.
In light and dark
colors, good val
ues for $8 and $10.
Now for $5.50 and
the largest piece
of good tobacco
EVL8 SOLD nt 0 (Qrj
Store in the West.
ios DEPARTMENTS STOCK, $1,330,000
FLOOR AREA, NEARLY 7 ACRES.
Dry Goods MIlllnerjr-lJMllcs' Sulta Notions Boys'
Clothing Men's Furnishings Shoes Jewelry
8llvorware Books Furniture Carpets Wall
Paper Hardware Candles New Tea Boom.
Why You Should Trade Here
The assortment Is the greatest in the West
under oae roof.
One order ons check-one shipment will fit yoa.
We buy (or spot uh-onr prices are conse
quently tho lowest.
Money refunded on unsatisfactory goods If re
turned at once.
Handsome l&pag Illustrated Catalogno Just
out of press free by mall.
Come to the Big Store if you can,
Ton will be made welcome. If yon can't come,
aend for oar new catalogue free by mall.
Emery, Bird, Thayer & Co.,
KANSAS CITY. MO.
1st Day. vSt fff
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For Sale at Gray bill.
rirat.Cls ta All Its) Appolntmaeta.
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