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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSON MIL? NEWS: MDAY MORNING. DECEMBER W, 1890. DAILY ..NEW '.A3. i'WSlt OK CITY AHD OOTTRTY. _Prwitooat koA Managing JMtot. TfWBKS O* annSOBIFTIOKl .-:�� Hawit It Aettret til by cmmn to HulsWt. in, South Hatehlnaon (inrt ill soaart* at SB �mt� �) at 76 cents > month. Thn papu: n>�y bo *fH*r*l hi j>o *� capy, on* moath....................... 7S KOUI. ;/M 01117, out yo�r..........................tlf) w��ww.�li month�....,.................. T AitortUlnR ntee madsmowton apprtoatloo. trtttyhOM onnnecUon (No. a). la ordering lb* N:iwb hy in �U tUU 1mm fliittd, flatly or WMkly, Wvliix nam*, city, coon / and �lsta. If er-bscrlber change* place of ���� * !�()� �4�> former ^Jdimia an irall ** pretwnt, ana lilt* ticin nf papor talmn, dally or m*ly._ 'ht Hm-n 1� tha only paper In th� Axknacar: VvlUr, or tha atttan ut Kaiunw, BUawrart, Col-e-.nflai Tcxaa and few Maxlco that oirna both thn vinralttK and tmaln/r, AanocUted Pntfts franchlau. C. E. SIDLING-BB. The * Druscajiet. ? PrsBcripi'ionri �, Specialty. � * '� w. 81-., Wntnlilniieut Tho Demand for More Money TIib action of tfieltopublicsn emintor-ia) caucus last Wednesday indicates speedy fltmucisl legislation. Tbe chtir actcr of BUCh legislation, Uio.oan be prog noBticfttod with considerable itccurucy It will probably proviriB for tlif purchase of tl)� surplus silver bullion how in the United Brutes, at the rata of 3,000,000 ounces per month io addition to the requirements of the present law. The removal of this su. pins from the bunds of speculators will pmbalily htwo tbotffectof increasing the price of silver to a purity with gold. Tiiio result will aiuely follow if an Isternatlon al agreement can be made with Qericany, Italy and France, by which those countries will tdopt a standard similar to ours, The parity of silvsr for n year HioauB frei? coinage This end will, thernloic, b� reatbec! without the calamities that threaten io Use �vent of fri't'. coinage at onc� without rofereBce to what other countries will do in tho matter. The replttcomnat of !!i9 defloionny in tho national bach cir culntion by treasury uotowill alBohavn a tondeaoy to remove any stringency that bow exists. After all, the present stringency is Uio rt-sult of a la�k of confidence rathev thun � deticlency of money, There hasbco;ia iaru-f increase in the amount of money in tb>icoun'.ry within tho pasteix months, yet frtilurfa are becoming more numerous, tt iis �v faot too of teu overlooked in these financial computations, that n very bir&o per cent, of the business of tho country )b done by chocltu, drafts, money ordert, s7/ because it io not tUs first instance when a man answering that description h&B been sleeted to office over there, Kicked Himself Out. >'.lM>, l?ir,tt'3 third-party scheme doesn't �ttffi to be sweeping over Kaneos with tin; vigor of a pralrio lire before a March wind. It is meeting strong opposition in unexpected quarters. X good many of the fellows who had been expected to Pul their shoulders to the wheels refuee to take any p�rt unloSB they can sit on � the high front Beat and dnye. They do i>o$ propose that the doughty general shall got any glory out of tbe new party organization without Brat earning it. Tho indications now are that tho general's lloriated rhetoric at Ocala whb Bimply so much wasted wind. The] Staid Journal Is authority for the *>tsteuiel>^that W. F. ltiuuTHnut, secretary of tho\Citi?.em.' Alliance, and late iviadidate for>shief juBtlce ou tho Peo-plo'ti party ticket,- 1b quite indignant at the formation of a national organization ** Ooals, when the Citterns' Bub-aill-ancee throughout the country had sent Ac delegatei) there. The org&nsiation formed there by Gen. J. H, Hioit will not be recognized. furthermore it is asserted �h4t the state convention of the Alliances of Kansav, which wu called by Mr. IIjuhmuiib w meet in Topeka Jan. 18, will t�Ke,steps looking to the formation of a oatlonai or ganis:aticn,
commiwion has been prepare-; and hts probably boen forwarded for presentation by this time. Tho principal comptaiut ik mivg.ird to! Galvestot', S- Paul, JUlwaukouand Den j ver ratee ns compared with there to Cbi-; chiio &uo olhev t fthN-r-.i poitj**. G Ovo-tOu ou tbe eouthern Beabcfttd io ?.n important point to tlw Kaui-.M i'..'iippeT, ?.= is aleo the great ruiUing centsr of S . P.!ti!. In ftddi'.lon to tha Kt'ent'or: of th� lnters'.nte OiroranTfi CrtBiiAiMon bt>iv� called to the loattp-, comphiint will a to be made to the Knv.'ss Bt-i'a'f-fiisliituvr The vail-ronde ar.ticipaw i tt�p of th'w, kiutl, aid it is snid they are 'Already piasr-iit? measureo tn counteract One Price Gash Dry Goods House H ALIVE WITH CUSTOMERS AT ALL TIMES, Be sure and Do Your Shopping before Noon from nowunt.il December 25th, and avoid the Crowds. . J_ A Few Items Opened this Week- 6 doz Black Casrimere Shawls, % I to $5 50.. 100 lbs Imported Saxony, full weight 12Jc skein. -75 doz Ladies' Ribbed Wool Hose 15c pair 3 pes 68 in. Bieached Table linen, Diamond pattern, $51.25. 300 doz Napkins to match at $3.00 vat -\< z n t. _ 150 do:� Pit; p Camb�-io Mull Handler chiefs; exclusive ^ designs, 75c ea- b, 15 doz Ladies' Scarlet Ail Wool Medicated Y at~ te>n, $1.10 yard. ft doz Extra Heavy Hem-Stitched Towels' si'** 22x43, at 75c eath. Sec for yourselves the Real Value of the above lofe. Ids Only One Price Oiy Goods House in Hutchinson. Wll.t, BK U1.0 r!I 5S, 1890. My tvlfe (mil i both have been nfiticteil with lame-buck unci sore throat, auu have fmna permanent cure by use of St Jacobs Oil, K.J. IMH, IT IS THE BEST. ;ljlMlilJrlirrI!lil:' CMX?l/t i.t.M'iNO !MPOtrTEn8 or 3niOBils, Watches and Jewelry, LOWES. H-RICE8. t'O Viiiting Curds ---aho-...... � Lnp-rAiroo* Coppefp'at,', $i,SO. Our Illustrated Catalogue, The handsomc-st evap Issued In tlio Weit, will jglvu yr.u thousands of *uggestiona as to what will make n nice Anniversary, Birt,itf�y gp Holiday pretunt. Wt Ho ui, and wc wlli gladly send It to you FREEO^CHfl FtGfT, m vis; nMg cjtflj Fro-n pirte, .$1.00: StlVBfi plaTh'D WA8�, 7ABLB cutlery, Weddino ano Engagement Rings. � 815 Main Street. ijlfeiMllrSJljlllrlSllMJ* Upshaw, Bishop & Co. FURNITURE -AND- CARPETS eading House in South-tern li It is aseiess for us to try ibis limited space to tell you the immense stock we carry our Five Large Rooms, or % give you an ^ea �f the extremely low prices we are making. The accompanying Rocker is a sample. m o in to This Elegant Polished Antique Oakjand *uk Plssh Rockeronly J3.50. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. i UPSHAW, BISHOP & CO. 112 is. Main, Hutchinson,
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