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JJ gntJMSSSSSMSTSMaSHntCSSSgSBSaSWSSSSSISHISaiWMMBMSSSSSSWMSS" THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL.6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. NOV. 3. IS95 SO. 12. " ' ' . ' ' r WINTER WEAR, FOR HEAD AND HANDS AT HEAD-WEAR. At 35c Each. Wiaaea Fleece liued knitted wool hoods in pink, navy and bron. At 5oc Each. Infants knitted silk wool lined boods In pink, blue cream and cardinal. At 50c Each. Ladies' Knitted woJ hoods and liood fascinators fleece lined in cardin al, pink, blue and black. Hoods and bornl fascinators in bet ter quantities at V5u , 08o uud II 2". At 25c Each. lee wool knitted squares 22x22 in. in cream and black. Ice wool squares 27 indies to l yards square in eleirant designs 50c to 2.25 according to s7.e and quality. Switches and Hair Chains made to order from your own hair at our Millinery Department. P.. MARTIN & MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, - Henry S. Zinn THE Jeweler and Optician, Can sell you a pair of solid cold spec tacles for 3.75c a better pair for f 4.73, and an extra heavy pair $".75. If you Trant cheaper spectacles ask liim frr ibis $1.50 glasses, the best glasses in the market for the money. RIECS. He will be pleased to show you his Hue of plain gold rings, tuid engraved rings, Opal rings for 14. 7S to $20.00, Diamond rings from $12.50 to $50.00. A I04 ' Call and get prices on Ladles' and gents watches chains and charms, nnd all kintla of silverware. Don't Forget The Place. No. South Main Street. IlntchtnsoD, Kansas. I. J HAND-WEAR. At 10c Pair. Infants knitted wool mittens in pink, cream and sky. Misses sizes black and brown only. At 25c Pair. Infants cream silk mittens extra One quality. At 15c Pair. Ladies' all wool cashmere gloves ex tra quality in black only. At 20c Pair. Misses all wool double mittens fancy back in, ill black only. At 25c Each. Ladies' single One saxony mittens and double mittens with fancy knitted backs black only. At 75c Pair. Ladies' very fine, all silk mittens fancy knitted with bow of black silk ribbon. Kansas DAXGEHOUS GKOCEBIES are.asyto buy and hard to detect. But good groceries are fully as easy to buy if you only know where, as dan gerous once, and the groceries that we are in the habit of dealing ouare not only good, but you'll know they are good on the very Cirst trial. That's the trial we want you to give them. After the trial your, verdict will be the simple word "be6t" or the simpler word "more" and you will get more as others do. YES MORE Sugar, 18 lbs Sl.oo Apple butter 3$ lbs 25 Mince meat 3 ibs Saur krant 3 lbs 25 Crown Ka'sins 5 lbs 2-3 Evaporated Peaches 3 lbs 2- " Raspberries 1 lb 25 " Cal. l'runeo 3 lbs 25 " Cal Figs 3 lbs 25 OR MORE DuuKttsKa GolTre 1 lb.... 21 Arbiickle Coffee 1 lb 21 Clover Blend (toffee 2 log 75 Iowa Oat Flake 2 packages 25 Hulk Oat Flake 8 lbs 2-r Best Japan Kice 3 lbs 25 And of course more CLUB HOUSE GOODS AT i Winne & Siisbee, No 22 South Main street, UalchiLMLD Telephone 09. 1 NAVY INCREASE. Secretary Herbert Will Ask for More Battleships. SETTLERS MADE HOMELESS. lly a Lfj;l Decision Entries on Certalu Wisconsin Lnmls Will Have to Ue Can celedThe Treasury Kesrrvc Ulslufectlon of Hide. Washington, Nov. 20. Secretary of the Navy Herbert expects to complete his annual report to the president about the latter part of this week. Tl..s secretary has given particular atten tion in his roport to the feature in re gard to the Increase of the navy. It has been stated that Mr. Herbert would make no recommendations for an increase. This is untrue. The sec retary has always been an advocate of constant addition to the' force of ves sels in service, and his report this year will not differ very much from those he has made in the past. What the United States par ticularly, needs in the opinion of the secretary are battleships and torpedo boats, and his report will contain rec ommendations for the construction of some of these vessels. The bureau of ordnance recommended that twelve torpedo boats be built, and this is about the number Mr. Herbert will urge congress to authorize. At pres ent it looks as though he will ash for two battleships at least and tho num ber of torpedo boats referred to. He will also ask congress to authoriza the construction of tVo training ships, of the sailing type, for tho use of naval cadets, their cost to be 250, 000 each. Settlers Marin Homeless. Asiii.asd, Wis., Nov. 20. One hun dred and twenty settlers south of Ash' land are, by a decision received from the general land office yesterday, made homeless. Their claims, 20,000 acres of land with every quarter section containing a house and barn, will be taken away from them by the trovern ment and jriven to the Wisconsin Cen tral Railroad Co. This decision is car rying out tho ruling of the supreme court in the Knight-Osborne case. Under this ruling certain lauds through this region which were sup posed to belong to tho fjovernment and which have been opened for settlement ana entry by the government nnd have been tn'iten up by scores of settlers nre held bv the supreme court to rightful ly belonjf to the Wisconsin Central railway. Now the government is obliged to cancel all the entries on thessj lands in order to give the rail road company title. Thn TrnsurT Hmrne. Washington, Nov. 20. The troasury reserve stands to-day, with all the gold withdrawals of the past few days de ducted, at 5811,603,594. Since July 13, when the srold exports were resumed, which have continued with sirlit ces sation since that date, $:i7,.r00,000 in pold has been withdrawn from the United States treasnry for export to Europe. It is said here that further shipments on Sunday may be expect ed. Secretary Carlisle; who is now in New York, it is understood, will con fer with New York financiers as to re plenishing the gold reserve if it falls below the point of confidence. Disinfection or II Mrs. Washington, Nov20. The secretary of the treasury will issuo in a day or two the details of a new method of disinfection of imported hides of neat cattle, suggested by the secretary of agriculture, by means of sulphur fumigation for dry hides and immersion in a carbolic acid or bichloride of mer cury solution for fresh or moist hides. The new method disinfection, it is claimed, will avoid injury to tho hides, which, it is said, they were subject to under the old method of disinfection. HAVANA A I.Alt MED. Thn Cnlmn Insurgent lener.il, .ITnxlmo fln mei, MarrhluK Toward Clan. Campos' linariquartrn A Itcported Itattln. Kky Wkst, Fla., Nov. 30. Much alarm exists in official circles in Ha vana in consequence of the confirma tion of a rumor that the chief of the insurgents, Maximo Uomez, is only a short distance from the headquarters of Martinez Campos, near the village of Santa Clara. The vldest son of Gen. Campos, accompanied by an inspector f artillery, yesterday reconnoiterod on fcorsebne'e the outskirts of Havana, lo cating the strategic paints, where will be placed the new batteries of heavy Krupp cannon which will shortly ar rive there. A New York Herald dispatch from Havana of late (Into says: Rebel re ports received here declnred that a big battle has been fought in Santa Clara near Macanagua, the Cuban forces be- inif led by Uomez, who defeated the Spanish troops and killed Aldavo, their general, with two other high military oiliciuK. The report, however, is flatly contradicted by the Spanish author ities. Miner (iranteri Tlielr liemanric Lkavkswoktii, Ivan., Nov. 20. Steps have been taken by the owners of the Home and Riverside mines to end the strike that has been in progress here for a month. Yesterday evening tlie miners were notified that the company would pay 80 cents a ton, mine run, the price they were holding out for. There is still some difference abont a check weighman, but this will likely bo arranged by a committee which will report to a mass meeting of min ers. By the settlement at this mino 200 men will go back to work. Johnson Countv l'oultry Show. Warkknsiiuiw, Mo., Nov. 20. The second annual exhibition of the John son County Poultry association opened here to-day, and will continue for four day?. A large number of premiums are offered and much interest is mani fested. About 700 birds have already beon entered and many more aro ex pected. WKATIIKK FOltKL'ASr. KAnsas ClTr. Mo., Nov. 20. Forecast until 8 p. m. Thurs.Uy: For Missouri Ooner:iUy fair: rising temperature: southerly wind For IZuaii Flr; southerly winds. Many Store Destroyed. Evansvillk, Ind., Nov. 20. A tele-, phone message from Madisonville, Ky., at 2 o'clock this morning asked for as sistance in flghtjng a fire racing in the business portion of Madisonville. An engine and hose were sent at 2:30 o'clock. At 4 o'clock advices were re ceived that the fire was under control. The city hall, Jones' hotel, the large building owned and occupied by the Henecke Coal Co. and ten stores were destroyed. The loss will reach about JSO.000, with insurance 830.000. The Renecke Coal Co. place their loss at 830,000. No one was injured. Jealous Negroes Let Children Horn. South Pittsbubo, Tenn., Nov. 20. Early this morning the house occupied by Irvin Robinson, a respectable col ored laborer, was destroyed by fire and two of his children, aged 1 and 4 yenrs respectively, were burned to death, Robinson and his wifo being absent at the time. Negroes living near stood by and saw tho children burned with out making any effort to save them. Their conduct was prompted by jeal ousy of Robinson's superior attain ments. College Hoys as Thieves. Sciir.NKCTAnv, N. Y., Nov. 20. The mystery of the burglaries that have been baftl'm? the police for three weeks past was solved yesterday by tho arrest of C. O. Humphrey, of Una dilla. and C C. Miller, of Batavia, two young college students, the former a sophomore and the latter a freshman. A wagon load of stolen property was found in the prisoners' room at North college. METHODIST API'KOFKIATIONS. Provisions for Mission Work In Various Sections of the World. Denvek, Col., Nov. 20. The Metho dist freneral missionary conference fin ished its work last night. The first work of the day's session was the adop tion of the report of the committee on Scandinavian missions. It apportioned the appropriation as follows: Norway, 812,770; Sweden, 81(1,03.';; Upsala school, 81,305; Denmark, 80,975; for debt, 8030; Finland, 84.200. The following appropriations were made, the amounts to bo divided among the missions of the countries named: Peru, 87,005; Italy, 833,000; church at Rome, 87,200; Mexico, 549,C4i; Africa, $5,301; China, 8118,701; Japan, 850,800; Corea, 814,880; India, 8130,000. Tho eastern or domestic work was again taken up and appropriations niado for work amunff the Danes, Nor wegians, French, Spanish, Japuncso, Chinese, Bohemians, Italians nnd American Indians of theUuited States, thu 7 per cent, reduction from last year's figures being observed in most cases. (UNFKSSKD TO MLItDF.l:. Mrs. Williamson, or Leonard, Says Mio 1'elned Kill Leonard at Wlrhiin. Wichita, Kan., Nov. 20. Tho cor oner's jury has not yet completed its labors in connection with tiie murder of Henry H. Leonard, whose body was found in an alley. Mrs. Williamson, or Mrs. Leonard No. 2, ns sho claims to be, confessed yesterday that herself, F. M. Williamson, her former husband, and her son, Norville, were all part ners in the crime. Her ex-husband will not admit hiu cuilt. Western Ilasehall League. Ciiicaoo, Nov. 20. Tho managers of tho Western Baseball league met here and comploted the club circuit by admitting tho Toledo and Co lumbus claimants for franchise. Omaha was a competitor but lost on account of geographical loca tion. Tho league is now composed of the following clubs: Indianapolis, Detroit, Toledo and Columbus in tht eastern division and Milwaukee, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Kansas City in the western division. Sperlal echools for the Neirroe. Coi.cmuia, S. C, Nov. 20. The con stitutional convention finished up the consideration of the educational article yesterday. A clause was inserted pro viding for tho establishment of an in dustrial, mechanical and normal school for neuroes. The state already has a college for them in connection with ClaQin university, but the two will be divorced nnd the state will assume en tire control '. Cairo, III., Twice Nhaken Up. ; Caiuo, 111.. Nov. 20. Two slight earthquake shocks were felt here at I o'clock nnd 3 o'clock yesterday morn ing. They were preceded by a light shuck at 10 o'clock Sunday night. In connection with this cartliqu ik Mio local residents are much interested in recent reporU announcing similar shocks at Charleston, Ma, 10 miles west f I Docherty, Kramer . Thompson, j 1 just mmv BY EXPESS Fur Capes, Beaver Boucle Capes Ladies' and i Children's Prices 25 i Begining of beason. I Docherty, Kramer & Thompson, Tho People's iiutciiinson, Every idea about building a stove to make it better has un der gone a most rigid lest with the mauufitctuieig of Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. If if. is ff ( d it f res. Jf it i of rn vslne it if. discurdi d. Tha is wLy we boldly osteit that LUCK'S Sluvet uud UP TO DATE nn fVfry one is zold ni'ikers BUCK'S Brilliant Cooking Stoves. BUCK'S Brilliant Base Burners. BUCK'S Brilliant Oak Stoves all BUCK'S . Stoves and Ranges are sold by IN" WITH DKUG-S, GKOCE1JES 117 South Main Street, hutcbinson. farmers trade solicited. Buys all k.'odi of Farm Pro law i Capes, mum Cloaks and Jackets. per cent less than Bargain Givers. - Kansas. under an iror.clui' guarantee from the DIOVIEli.