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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, NOV. 14. 1895 NO. 11. TfW . R "Winter Underwear LADIES. At 15c Each. Ladies' cruim Jersey ribhed vests extra flood weight crochet tiuish. At 20c Each. Ladies' cream lleece lined Egyptian ribbed vests crocheted and tape liuish. At 25c Each. Ladies' ecru and pearl ribbed vests, fleeced, silK tape finish, peail buttons, extra value. At 75c Suit. Ladies' natural and ecru, fleece lined union suits ''oiieita" silk tape and 4-iocbet finish At 98c Suit. Ladies'grey merino wool union suits "oueiia" heavily fleeced pearl buttons nid silk tape finish. Switches and Hair Chains made to order at our Millinery Department. P. RfiARTIN' c MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, - Henry S. Zinn THE Jeweler and Optician, Can sell you a pair of solid gold spec tacles for f3.rc a better pair for 4.75, and an extra heavy pair $5.75. If you want cheaper spectacles aslt 1dm frr his $1.50 glasses, the best glasses in the market for the money. He will be pleased to show you his line of plain gjld rings, and engraved rings, Opal rings for $1.7-5 to $20.00, Diamond rings from $12.50 to $50.00. A I04 Call and get pr ces on Ladles' nnd geU watches ch.iius and cbuiuu, and a. I kinds of silverware. Don't Forget The Place. No. South Main Street. flXl-'itifM, " " Kansas at MEN'S. At 35c Garment. Men's heavy random ribbed vests and diawers,h heavy twilled taped seams. At 50c Garment. Men's natural (jrey wool vests and draweis. extra good weight, well fin ished. At 50c Garment. Men's vny heavy Egyptian ribbed, underwear, glove lilting French Unish. At 75c Garment. Men's medicated rcarlet all wool vests and draweis, good Aeignt, extra value. At$l .00 Garment. Ken's natural grey and camels hair all wool vests and diawers. These are extra smooth ilnish. 5 Kansas Light Doudi is insured by using true grit flour and any of the baking powders we sell, especially Win ne & Silsbee's brand, and god digestion is in sured by light dough, No need of writing the moral here. Then if you want to spend some money where it will be thrown back at you in the shape of what you want just throw it into our Club House Goods. Of ail the groceries these are about the choicest We have tacked a few additions on our tea department, some of which you may find to your taste. WE QUOTE: Best ttacolored Japan 6o and 75 Imperial , - 50c Gunpowder - - 50c Sun Cured, - - 50c Sun Cured, - - 30c Tea Dust; - - 20c Basket Fired, - - 10c And Don't Forget Our Club House Coffee Queen Blend, - - 30c Cosmos Blend, 35c Carafuge Blend, - - 38c a lb. Cm Clover Blend, - 75c IVinne & Silsbee, 2?n 22 South Ea?n"ti?evftaU:Wuei' - Teiopuwiw M. ' - GONE DAFT. A Heretofore Respectable Citi zen of Reno County Shows Unmistakable Signs of Insanity. MR. SOL RICKSECKER Laboring Under a Hallucina tion he has B. Eisiminger Arrested who he Thinks is Try- ing to Murder him. OUTltAGE ON DECEXCY. Universally Condemned by the Citizens And the Business Men of this City. The city wus thrown into a state of exciitment esterday afternoon by the report that Sol Rickstcker bad sworn out a warrant for his old time neigh bor Blatch Eisiminger, charging him with haviii)? threatened Lis life. An investigation of proved the report to be tiue. Mr. Eisiminger was brought to this city by Constable Sam Morris and his trial set for Saturday afternoon. Uoon Irvine to find out what had caused the trouble iC seems as if Mr. Kicksecker has been very badly won if! about financial matters which worked on his mind in such a manner that at times he does not act rational. Ir. fact, alter the report of some weeks ao that Henry Hartford had a letttr from some eastern moneyed man off T ing to loan money on good security, Mr. HicksecKer hunted for hours on the streets for him. To anyone know ing Henry Hartford and being at all "up a tiee" this seemed almost incred ulous. Another feature in the unfortunate affair is County Attorney Fall. A man who will use an official position to c.eate strife and turmoil among neigh bors when it is a known fact that Rickstcker has not had a neignbor in the true jense of the word for years is, too iow down for any notice from re spectable people, and this was known to the county attorney, who Died the information. This taken with the fact that Mr. Itecksecker has listened with willing ear to the mouthings of a low down dirty tramp of this city proves bejend doubt that Xr. Eisim inger is a victim to persecutien by a Ruhr 0!' unscruplousdeivislies. and Mr. HicksecKer is the catspaw to be used to blacken the character of one of the best men in Reno county. We have interviewed many of the prominent businets meu of the city and of h1' political colors and so far have failed 10 find a man whose sympathies weio not with Mr. Eisiminger, and re gard the arrest as an outrage. M A HICK'S CIlALI.KNIiE. it. tiawM rnrUatt Turned Over the Chaiuplnimlilp to Illm ami Ho Would I.Ike to Kliclit Fluglniniona, New Yobk, Nov. 13. The Herald this mnininfr mihliKhas a letter from I'eter Maher, the Irish champion, in which he says: "In reply to your query as 10 ray intentions in a pugilistic way, I would say that I am prepared to de fend the championship of the world turned over to me by James J. Corbett arrninut. nnv man In the world. Robert Vitsimmons and Joe Ooddard preferred. My reason for ex nrinr a tirefcrence for Ooddard and Fitzsimmnna is this: When 1 met I'ltz and suffered defeat at his hands I was only a novice and had but a vague idea of the rudiihents of spar ring. The same is true in regard to Uoddard. My inexperience alone was responsible for my reverses ni mo lmnila of the two men mentioned. Mr. Fitzsimmons has the first call, lie challenged me some time ago, and I now wish to state that I will fight him in private or public for 810,000 a bide and a purse in one weeli, two weeks or six weeks, but I would prefer an early date. I do not care wh..r the battle "rouad maybe. As i n .Tiitlip .1. Cor hett. I will say that tin dcr no consideration will' I challenge him or annoy him in any wayUHtil he announces that he is ai'ain on aspirant t.tr tlm liunin!inshin honors. Mr. Cor bett turned over the chumpionship to me and I accepted it. DEATH OX THE K4IT.. A Condoetor and Mi Hm iM'Mtlf WHMI(')lill'wl EraeV coafluetor ea tat firrt tetl ui i normoouna ireignton tno Cleve land, Lorraine fc Wheeling railway, and his flagman, John Davis, were in stantly killed at Warwiuk, O., shortly after midnight. The first section was lying on the main track waiting for orders when the second section crashed into the caboose, where Ernest and Ilavls were asleep, killing them in stantly and manglinir their bodies in a terrible manner. The caboose was reduced to kindling wood and the en gine of the second section was seri ously damaged. The dense focr which prevailed at the time is believed to have prevented the engineer from see ing the signals of the train ahead. INDIAN KDl CATION. Ricommemlittlnn in (he Annual Report of euprrlnCendent Hnllman. Washington. Nov. IX W. N Uail man, superintendent of Indian schools, in his annual report, discusses at some length the proposition to enlist the different states in Indian education. He says there are in some cases an un willingness to admit Indian children to schools attended by white children, and In some cases, he thinks, it might become necessary to continue specific Indian schools for limited periods. He discusses the difficulties which Indian children who have been at school en counter when they return to the reser vations and the squalor of Indian life. Ife thinks efforts should be made to have agents establish these Indians in homes of their own, and exert every effort to prevent thm from returning to their former mode of life. ANTE-KLKCTION (JUARUEIj. Kentuckt'a Chief Miitritts Forcibly Ite- ent Itulnff i'Hiia Traitor. LouisviM.E. Ky.. Nov. 13. A special from Frankfort Bays: "Gov. lirown and W H. Newhall, a clerk in the auditor's office, quarreled in the state house yesterday, passeu the tie, ana would have come to blows had by ctamWs nnt. int.fi i-fined. Newhall had accused the governor of voting the republican ticltet anu acting me nnrt of a traitor. The executive responded with an emphatic denial, and one of the men struclc at tno otner, rlx of the two senarated them. It was claimed that Gov. lirown attempted to draw his revolver, but ho denies that he was armed.". a nrut f'nnitl for Alontunn. fiiHVKN-NK. Wvoi. Nov. 13. Col. Bill rViiU- lionni'iil Manairer Holdredtre. of the liurlington, and eleven otner capi- tulivta 1 n T.IrART,(a in 1MB COn&U'UCLlUU nf the Shoshone canal in the I!hr Horn basin, have left Hillings, Mont., for the scene. The canal will cover sou,- OfK) acres of exceptionally fertile lanu and will cost 81,000,000. Want Carlisle or Harrluin. T.mERTV. Mo.. Nov. 13. The Philo- mathic and Excelsior Literary socle ties of William Jewell college have in vited Secretary John G. Carlisle to te- livpr the annual address durinc com monument, next June, fcvervone here earnestly desires that he shall accept the invitation. Ex-President lienjainin Ilurrison was elected alternate. rnr the IlllnoU Suiireiue Court. Eockkoko, III., Nov. i:i. Judge James II. Cnrtwriirht. of Orecon. was nomi nntpil bv the reoublican -judicial con vnntlnn here to succeed the late Judire ltnilev In the Illinois supreme court for the Sixth district. The nomination wis made unanimous, he having a large majority on the first ballot. T ain nemnrrntltl Cooventlon I.lkolr. WisiitvnroN. Nov. 13. It Issaid that, as the result of conferences with 1'reS' iilnnt Cleveland and other leading dem nnrnts. National Committee Chairman Ilarrity favors holding the convention in New ort not earlier than July. This is in accordance with the whiles of business men of the county. Almont a Hundred. Nevada. Mo.. Nov. 13. Mrs. Rurnett Quick, aged 0!, one of the oldest sot- tiers in Vernon county, died at her home near Milo last night. She was lmrn in Missouri twenty-four years be fore it became a state. The body will be buried at Appleton City. A Alixsourl r ink at the n nite Home. . iVisiiis-fiTov. Nov. 13. A man civ In i ln name as Thurtnan Hillver and Ma i,nmH in Missouri, was taken in charge by the police at the white house tn.itav and his sanitv will be inquired into. He said that he was being chased by a Mvorollsli and uesireu me presi dent's protection. FAtallr Injured by Natnrtl a. Mi-vniR. Ind.. Nov. 13. George l.ren del was blown a distance of 50 feet yesterday by foolishly attempting to lirrht. tlm entire outotit o( a gas wen. just drilled in the corporate limits of Mnncio for the Arlinciai ice to. lie was fatally injured. Iletrnrd for an Incemlliirr. Jkfkkusox City. Mo., Nov. 13. Gov. Stone has nffere 1 u reward of $I2.'i for tho appiehensioii nnd conviction of the unknown person who burned a schoolhouse in Moniteau county the other r.iglit. Tho reward will hold good for one year. WfcAI'lli-.K t'OlCECAST. Kansas Citv. Ma. Not. II Forecast itnltl s p. m. Thnndav: for MIourl-Clerln and rokler aouihcat. shittiiw to oorthwesl, ain ts. For Knin-r'air: colder toulkwesl wlnda, UlftliiK to aorthvesb .KaniJa City's onrysautnemum ana, now in fuli opitioii t in Thinl rtnwrirt' rimr7' tor th etty, ta CS MC0MfUl f IlllllllSil IV. Ill rflllMI ,1V I lllllllllrvlill. BLANKETS 1 1 You cannot duplicate these values. lJ m Examine the Quality.! Heavy white 10-4 blanket', t 8!)c pair. Heavy white and silyergrey 1 0-4 mix. wool, $1.25 pair Heavy white, extra size, 11-4 mixed wool, 1.50 pair II eay all wool, red 10-4, - - 1.99 pair Heavy brown camela hair 10-4, - 2.45 pair Extra weight, silver grey, - - 2.74 pair Genuine California grey wool, - 3.45 pair White Australian wool, - - 4 45 pair Whito Australian lambs wo, - 5.75 pair COMFOETS. Our Comforts arc full size, m Cotton Battinr. ?: ii tv. ci nn j lira. ir'i., ii V-"", 'OS-IW Docherty, Kramer & Thompson I 1 The People's iiUTcnixsoN, UP TO DATE Every idea about building a stove to ninke it bpttfr has der goue a most rigid test with the miiuufucturers of Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. If it is pit ditrrcc If it if of ro viilue itinlifciirdnl. Tha is why we boldly asteit thatUUCK'S Stovef and UP TO DATE an" fxery one is cold linkers BUCK'S Brilliant Cooking Stoves. BUCK'S Drilliant Llase Burners. BUCK'S IU illiant Oak Stoves all BUcK'S Stoves and Ranges are sold by Geo. McKinstry & Co., IN" WITH DKUG-S, QKOCEI JES XX7 oouui xaain rrmer"lTliIlo16liditfa. ' '"Bay- H k.'nI of rarm Pro'laca ' filled with the best quality of f M 1 o-, i ka ftl T ' Ofi 5. rl(M Bargain Givers. - - Kansas. under an ironclac1 guarantee from the DKVlKIi. aircci, nuiuiuiuu.