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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. SEPT. 19, 1895 VOL. 6. NO. 3. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS ARRIVING DAILY AT v. tl i m m rx 7i ki -n vuv.k giv jwk i. At 39c Yrad Glend ore Huitings CO inches wide in all the latest colorings. At 25c Yard SG inch, all wool French Serge Black and colors. At 39c Yard All wool Henrietta and French Serges, elegant finish in raven and blue black. At $1.00 Each. 26 inch 8 rib paragon frame umbrella Bteel stick with natural wood handle, genuine English Gloria cover, war ranted fast. At 98c Pair Ladies' celebrated walking and driv ing jjloves "liearretz" in black and colors, one of the best wearing gloves wade. At 49c Garment Men's hygeneic underwear in Jaegar Gray, heavily fleeced, splendid for wear. At $1.50 pair Ladies' Vici Kid Bui ton Shoes pat tip narrow square and opera toes, all sizes. We nre sole Hutchinson agents for the celebrated Butterick patterns, Hutchinson, Kansas. M. O. Dept., Attention Strict and Prompt SPECIAL RATES. VIA THE Big Four Route V. ILL UE NAMKD FOUTIIE FOLLOWING XEGTIXUS; Nationnl Convention Knights of St John, Evan'vllle, Intl., Junu -2 and HI. International Conference Ep worth Lpmi'up, Chattunoosa, Tumi., June 27-30. Natiou:il Young People's TJqiod, Boston, Maes., July 10-14. United Society Christian Endeavor, liallirooM, Mil.. July 18-il. Knights Templar Triennial Conolnve, Huston, Ma?a., August 20-30. G. A. II. National Encampment, Loutavlllo, Ky., Si'ptemliur lu-11. Write neatest audit "lihf Jour Kocto' routed, rates and full particulars. for E. O. McCOKMICE, D. B. MAIITIX, Pass. Traffic Mam. GeiTl Pats. & Ticket AgL GRAYBILL. THE LEADISO DRIGGIST, OFilUlClllNSON WILL GIVE G 10.00 in PRIZES for Eeno cor.ntT production T will clv to the perron or person who will brinir U my More between tbe dales of Aagnxt 1Mb and Dicember 1st, the lnvgeet or tbe. following described produois raised in Kena county, payable In cask: Largest Ear of Corn, - $5,00 Largest Apple . . a. 50 Largest Sweet Potato - a. 50 At tb expiration of the above dates the prod'irts will be examined by com petent and uninterested parties and priaesjua-.ly awarded. G-EAYBILL, Corner Mnin and Sherman btreefs, HUTCHINSON'. . . KaVS'.S. The VV33tern Pacific Tea Co., No. G South Main. The only exclusive Tea, Cnfira. tiaklr:; Towdnr and Spiefl hone in this cCr. A val.mMe . preentKien withea-.-h lb of batlug powder -Tresb Rousted Coffee 20c per ponce?, At 25c Yard C pen Oil Red Damask, warranted fast, novelty Momie Patterns, extra good weight. At 35c Yard 5 pen German Linen Damask in loom dice patterns width 62 inches (half bleached.) At Sic yard 2 500 yards best unbleached cotton flannel, 36-inches wide. This seasons special at prices. At 8Jc Yard One case of mottled shaker flannel in biown, blue, greys, etc., especially good for underwear. At 75c Pair Ladies' 4 button feston kid gloves "Diana" in tans browns and black extra good value. At 75c Garment Men's scarlet (all wool) medicated vests and drawers to match, well fin ished at seams won't rip. At $2. 50c pair Men's calf skin shoes, congress and lace, globe, opera and French toes all sizes. 9 J.We'vo a secret In our heart. Swoct lUaile, And n tule our ( oiv-'impartj, Sweet Marie, If you'd ever fuirer to Al Uie Parlor Uroceiy, SweutMurlc. Would yon make your dollars buy, Sweet Mnrie, Good" at prims not to hlh, Sivi-c-t Murlc, Yoo mot iniv for runt) .vour good Where they keep the ciioici'Ht t'0odP, WitU the suvinv's 'my your duua. fcwevt Mail . Tlie wide-awake housekeeper hast already learned that she cannot only get tlm very best groceries that the market affords at our store, but that she can buy them cheaper than any where else. The money saved by trad ing with us will buy a good many dain ty dressses in the course of a year. We are now selling: IB lbs. OranulatedSujinr ....Sl.OO jminy nams, per in lOc 1 lb Winnie At Misbeo ituklnir Powder J i '-" To l-V Sc l-.'c Sic !IV UflC 1.211 I. .Ml Two lbs Full Crc.-iiii Cheese ciuino wholesale, per pound .ThcoIi Dold, augur cured Ham, per lb. . Dry enlt meat lie lb, A lbs lireuktuht l):ien, per lt Mok.-iskn ioliee, p. r i:irkni.re Arhu klct oHee per paukiiL'v ii i-hiM-t fly puper lial fcitiiite Fruit Jar-;, i ei doz 1 (Jt Tin Fruit Cans, per iW Vinson s iruit lars pts per iIim n l' " ' 7."i " ' " L'ttl " " Kill Three f)-oz. cans (iint powdered lyo "5 , mo .. ni.o tin, y xiv;ims I can, tilwloB, Hulmoil 15 4 cana, Alaska, Salmon vis - cans. W arren, Salmon, ;j. 1 lb can bet chin beef fin 1 can potted ham is 1 rati mackerel S3 1 Can polled turkey 15 1 ran potted chicken lu 1 can deviled loujrae 10 1 can deviled bam 10 1 can shrimps 25 1 can lobster 25 cans oil sardine 2i Cyclone Wasldnir Fiuld W 7 packages Koseine Wubing Powder Si 9 boxes mlnwafr maker 2.1 7 bara MlkSoap M AJllueton tiejiuery Butter ptr lb W Big Cut in Prices on Hal stead Flour Cream of Kantns, per sack f P5 Checkmate, per sack 1ft", 1V 1'atent, per sack i l. true Orlt, per sick 1 15 And while you are giving your orders you miht take a peep at the Mountain Lions. They are always in teresting. Winne El Silsbee, CASH GROCER S. No 22 South Main etieet, HotchinEon Telephone 99. OF Nominated at Plevna Saturday for County Commissioner. A Short and to the Point Plat form Adopted. ECONOMY DEMANDED. Also that Business Principles be Applied to County Affairs. A Good man Nominated who will Make a Good Officer. Our county ticket is now complete. The commissioners convention was held at Flevna last Saturday and a irood man whs nominated to All the place of V7. K. Noland whose term of office expires Jan. 1 '96. Mr. M. G. Hackler, of Hayes township, one of tbe very best men in the county was the successful candidate after a very spirited but good natured contest. By 10:?,0 the little city of Plevna was tilled to over-flowing with delegates to tbe convention, at which time Mr. David Dunham rang tne school house bell which summoned the delegates to that place. Hon. W. II. Mitchell at the request of Mr. Dunham called the meeting to order. Mr. Chas. Laughton, of Enterprise township, was chosen chairman and Albert North, of Nickerson, secretary. The following committees were chosen: OK CltEDBNTIALS. W. F. Williams, of Nickerson. A. A. Gransbury, of Walnut. J. K. Huffman, of Medford. ON RESOLUTIONS. W. Baker, of West Minister. Levi Hardin, of Grant. J. Ilanan, of Plevna. ON ORDER OF BUSINESS. T. D.Hanan, of Miama. Thos. McFadden, Medford. J. S. Hunter, of Hayes. After appointing the committees an adjeurnment wis taken until two o'clock. THE AFTERNOON SESSION. At the appointed hour the conven- was agaiu called to order. The committee on order of business recommended that the temporary or ganiziition be made permanent which was accepted. The committee on credentials made tne following report as delegates en titled to sit in convention. 3IIAMA. II. Maston, F. D. Ilanan, G. W. slater. HUNTSVILLE. W. G. Miller, A. M. King, Chas Mill er and W. J. Wightmau. GRANT. Levi Eonner, W. W. Wiley, and P. P. Shtiyler. Guove. A. L. Xelion, A. D. Holmes, and I. M. Coivert. WEST 3IIXISTEU. Robert BacrRS, W. Baker, ami L. W. Co!em:in. I WALNUT. Geo. Gantz, H. A. Gransbury, and J. ilamixioil. ENTEItl'IlISE. O. T. Barber, Frvd Bay and Chas. Laughton. i 3IEUFOKD. T. McFadden, H. Buraess and J. Fossey. LODA. C. A. J Fairchilds, J. Myers and S. C. Kehman. PLEVNA. J. Harrison, D. J. Dunham and II A. Abbott. XIC'KEHSON. 1st Ward. T. J. Neighbors and Chas. Prupes. 2nd Ward. A. North and J. II. Jackson. 3rd Ward. W. F. Williams and Geo Thompson. LAXGDON. A II. Duile. C. II. Mibcour, and J. L. Detenhatigli. ARLINGTON. T. S. Z licbro, and D. W. Wilbir son. SYLVIA. Chas Hills. W. I. Anderson, J. B.-.l- LE IS lonton, Frank Schevine a-d Geo. Thompson. IIAYES. Jake Hunter, W. E. Abbott. BELL. L. G. Bradshaw, John Porter, and Casper Fluke. SHORT RUT TO THE I'OIXT. The committee on resolutions ie ported as follows: 1st. We the representatives of the people's party of the tnird commission er district of Reno county do hereby renow our allegiance to the principles of the party as set forth at Omaha July 4, 1892. 2nd. We also renew our faith in the demand for free coinace of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 without waiting for any convention, or party, or nation on earth. 8rd. 'Vi de ounce the republican members of hi present board of coun tv coinmissto -ers in reducing the taxes of the brtc i Fe railway, whereby 14,800 (IoIIhi.h of the peoples money was without IaW or precedent given away. 5th. We demand that economy and business principles be applied to coun ty affairs and hereby pledge the nom inee of this convection to carry out our demands. They were adopted amid great en thusiasm. Nominations for candidates was declared in order. Jesse Blaine, of Huntsville, town ship; T. J. Davis, of Grant township; M. G. Hackler, of Hayes and Carl Walkup of Medford were placed be fore the convention. On the first ballot the vote stood: Blaine, 17. Hackler, 16. Davis, 11. Walkup, 10. Tbe 2nd ballot slo.d: Blaine. 10. Hackler, 17. Davis, 11. Walkup, 10. Tbe result of the 3rd ballot was the same, but on the fourth Hackler gained one from Walkup. On the fifth ballot Mr. Hackler gained (1 more from Mr. Walkup's friends. The Gth left Mr. Walkup with one vote, while Mr. Huckler's run to 20. At this point Mr. Blaine, after heartily thanking his friends with drew from the race and the 8th ballot Mr. Hackler received 39 votes. Ills nomination was made unan imous and after a short speech from the successful candidate who pledged himself to stand by the people if elected, and conduct the oflico along the lines as litid down in the resolu tions. At'ltr which l!un. W. 11. Mitchell, W. F. WilliaUiS and Father Hubbard all spoke words of encour agement for the cause. No other business, the convention adjourned. Who Aro t lie .llldillo Clusse? In a rocont number of the. Medical World, Dr. Matchctto says: "In tho Unitud States tho poorclas-i, which rep resents oyer 6)por cont. of tho cntiro population, owns less than 3 percent, of the wealth; tho middlo class, 89 per cent of tho population, owns 2(1 per cont, whilo tho rich clas, representing '.) por cent., owns more than 70 por cont. of tho wealth." IIo might have truthfully addod: 3.i,()00 persona own more than 50 per cont of tho wealth. Tho middlo class is mado up, chiefly, of tho vast army of lawyers, doctor, ro tail merchants, architects, artistl, and tho owners of small factories. To tho middlo class tho financial ques tion should appeal strongly. Their prosperity deponds almost wholly upon tho prosperity of tho laboring or pro ducing classes. Their support comes directly from them. If tho producing classes aro idle they bavo no moiicv to npond with tho rotail merchant, tho doctor or tho lawyer; they cannot build or buy homes. It is the duty of tho middlo class, not only to themselves, but to the laboring class, tosoe that conditions prevail that give steady employment and remunera tive wages to all classes of labor; tbe prosperity of both depends upon it The rotail merchant who bag been crowded out by tho department store, the doctor who cannot collect his bills, the architect wailing for building to re vive, ought easily to comprehend the importance of understanding the finan cial question for themselves; that they are personally interested in It to a greater extent than anyone olse. They ought to master its principles aultl ciently to think for themselves, instead of allowing tho politicians to think for them. Denver Road. The fanner is frequently told that money will buy so much moro of tho thin.;! bo has to purchaso now that it i ra.il.es no dilTrrenco if he does huvo to s-ll Vis products low, but wn havo never yet heard of politician that wanted to apply this rule to bis niilary, or a pluto cratic rditor that would apply it tu tho price of his paper. A f."i,l)(K) s;ilar now will purchase twice as much ns it would tweniy-Svo years ago. Why don't thoso feliows lower their salaries and the prico of thoir papers? ' wn m f .4 I he naiiai stocks M! ffi?4rV;i If 8 (ill llein;; I'uBhed "With. Vior. We must have room now cnmiTif? in ther reduction Come and see the in Hutchinson. 6 pieces fancy novelty dress goods n I neguiar G doz men's blue denium overals Regular price 69c, now 49c pr 17 doz large size one-half linen Regular price 88c, now 5c ea lf 3 pieces genuine Turkey Hed damatk table cloth f Regular price 25c, now 19c yd ! Heavy Twilled Crash Toweling, Killal'a price 5n yd iff! Our Price 3c yard Cambric Skirt Lining, Kallal's price 5c yd Our Price 3c yard W Best Spool Cotton, Brooks and Coats, Kallars price 4o ., W Our Price a i-ac each W. Men's Extra Heavy Cot.on flannel Drawers. Kallal's price 0O0 f Our Price 35c pair. W 86 in heavy Bleached Muslin, Kallal's price 7c ftl Our Price 5c yard. W: Turkey Bed Damask Table Cloth, Kallal'a price 23c Iff Our Price 19c W Men's one-half Hose, Knllal'8 price 7c Our Price a x.ac pair. h Large Size one-half Linen Toweils, Kallal's price 81c flf Our Price c each. IW Ladies' and Childrens Docherty, Kramer & Thompson The People's ... ... HUTCHINSON. EZTJH a B s his 5as mm. Closing Out at Cost! Of Boots Shoes and Osfouls for men, women and children. Now is the time to "et Baby shoes, sizes 0 to .", HOc a pair. Child's Spring Ileal. 70c, 7."x $1.(10 and $1.1.") ' Ludii s' Billion Shoes. 1.1.'), 1.2.'), 1.10, 2.00, ''..')0 and :i.00. Ladies' Oxford Tie.-., binek und t:", LOO, 1.1."., 1.30, 1.1!) and 1 7:. Hoy's Shoes, Marls and tan, 1.3."), 1.10. 1 oil and I.C0, Men's C'Miftress and Lace, Soe, 1.00, 1.15, 1 L'5, 1.50, LCD, 1.75 2 00. 2 25 nnd 3.00. Men's Br.ots, 1.50, 2.00, 2.25, 2.50, 3.00, 3 50 Calf, Kangaroo Calf and Kipp. And many more bargains, but cur space is limited. Cue us a call tndwe will give you priccs--thc same as thty cost us. EEDDEKSES'S Q) No. 18 FARMERS STOCKMEN, We wis-h to tall your attention to the fact thnt wc aie making a special price on Tanks for Irrig.ilicg and Stock pur poses. If you arc needing anything in this line cail nnd get prices. Our Bed Cypress, Tanks are guaranteed and at prices that defy competition. The Hutchinson Planing Oflice and Mill, Sherman Street tVtst. 17 i for the new goods ill Tfomna tho fW- W in this great 1 only busy place 30 in wide pv rr- i- W price zoc, now I DC. m fa toweis KS new Shapes Sailor & mts- . M -I Bargain Givers. cm: xxiAixw: - KANSAS. V . ' HWS lenuine! SHOE STORE, North Main.