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their Just powers from the consent of the governed." "All men are created free and Equal." fUE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLE'8 PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 11. HUTCHINSON, HENO COUNTY, KANSAS, THUKSDAY, NOYEMIlKlt 1, 1000. NO. 8. Win .,.MiiililiWlj1ll.WrilUfW WllllllllW.IIUfciyyMMMIlllllJIM III Will Ml. UP ON THE POLITICAL WIRES. Our Ti'iml Cnndiduto Ims a Hard Time Balancing. SAYS TRUSTS DON'T OWN HIM. Mr. Vincent denies that Iih la inana gerof a trust Da that hs It muv there ure tnore than straws In the wind to give Indication tlmt he la. The fod der shocks and hay stacks ull move in u direction to indicate It. At the timo the Mulvane company and the Gould company were joined Into one combin ation. It was given out thut the follow ing cfllci rs were elected fur the new compuii): President, Thouias 8. Kurtz of Xew York. Vice president, Geoege Ciould of New York, second vice president Juab Mulvanu of Topeka secretary and manager Frank Vincent of Hutchinson, treasurer, Frank J. Gould of New York. Immediately af ter the combination the employes were all put ou the tun e pay, 11 r0 per day which la l ho eame must of them have received for many ) ears. Salt begun to ilee, and went In ltHjs from Ally-live cunts per barrel to elghty-Ove cents. At this price now ull the com panies, HurloDS as well us Vincents are Belling. As well us we can learn the cloud of 'lloatlng debt that has been bunging over Hutchinson was increased about r0,000 during Mr. Vincent's four years Speakings. Claude Duval t Shaw Theater Monday night, Nov. 5th. Judge Doster at Sylvia, Monday, Nov. 5tn. after noon H o'clock. J, 0. Johnson ami II, Fikkck at Tuurbcr, Walnut Township, Friday night, Nov. 2d. E 0. Netti.ktox, Abhyville, Friday night, Nov. 2d. E. G. Netti.eton, at Plevna, Satur day night, Nov. 3d. senting the administration, the con servatives, and the republican party, is the revolutionary purty with the revolution tending to the des truction of our dearest theories of re- puoiican government, fonder over theBe things voters before you cast your vote. Fiunk Wlllard, the bank caahler whom Assistant United States Attor- tarm ah mnvnr. Vnw liv uenmimv tftm good citizen's council is paying bills as i "ey 15one "Dtl Fra"k Brown' ttnotl, r they accrue and laying up money to ' republican polltlcan, swore had help pay the old indebtuess. !w ihm e, bBd been Pl Personally Mr. Vincent has treated 1 8t8te TreTrer Gr mes money 88 Id" us us a gentleman. But do the ' ''"111 on the use of Slate funds, was firs of this district want to 1 nr. . npttra ,rpm 8 lew ""J8 R " sented In the Senate by a mau wnose Interests and connections are of this ort? Tins paper has from time to time printed excerpts from different news papers of republican faith, and from various public men, showing their crltlciam of the declaration cf human rights on which this republic and all other free governments must be founded, and intimating that we have out lived out presenc form of republi can government. Along this line we wish to quote from an cfllelal docu ment printed by the govtnment at the expense of the people In which Frank A. Vunderlip, assistant secretary of treasury, and therefore a part of the administration of President McKinley . and in which referring to the Philip pines he says: "It la a problum for the solution of which we have surprla irgly little data. Neither precedent nor experience can be satisfactorily drawn on, and we can Pec with sudden clearness that some of tbemoetreveied political maxims have out lived their force. Washington farewell address and the later crystal Izatlon of its main thought by President Monroe, had come to possess with us olmoat the force of a constitutional provision., and even to bo regarded by the nation as one of the lundiimertals of our gov ernment. Our stanch belief in the value of that doctrine of political iso lation has been shaken by Dewey b victory." "Standing upon the threshold of a new and momentous venture, it Is natural that there should be at once two pnrtks the one radi cal, and In favor of holding the advan tages fortuitously gained, ambitious to participate In the world's rivalry for new markets; the other representing the conservative element, who, while realizing temptations which the cccas slon presents are nevertheless rcindful of the dangers Involved in a distinct departure from time honored precepts hitherto regarded aa necessary to the fiarety of our Institutions." It will be noticed from this reading that the democratic and populist parties in stead of being the radical parties that were charged In Vm with a purpose of upsetting all order, are now accord ing the confession of this man repre- York acd stated that be would pro bably remain In that city for some time. This keeps him out of the reach of the attorneys for tbe State in the case against Grimes till after election, and inasmuch as Grimes admits that he secured tbe pass on which be loft the city it is a suspicious circumstance to say the least. Ponebiake president of one of the banks admits that shortly after Grimes took his seat the latter ap proache d him on tbe subject of pay ing interest on tbe dally balances of State funds in bin bank. These are iho most important facts that have been developed in tbe Grimes casei and are probably all that will be devel oped before election. ALVORD IS ARRESTED Tiio Absconding Dank Toiler Found In Boston. DISCOVERED IN A LODGING HOUSE. A kew months ago the revenue col lectors of the northern district of Illi nois went after a Urm that manufac ture s about one eighth of the oleo of t he United States for violating the rev enue laws by not reporting ull their sales, and their defense was that if they showed their books as demanded they would tend to Incurminate them selves. Of course the Hi tn that sells withou t a license must sell his product as butter. This is the kind of people that Chester I. Long Is working for, while Duval Is working for the pro tection of the farmer against the com petition of such concerns and their pro duct against bis. The Urm above men tloned is the firm of liraun & Fitts of Chicago. RULE OR RUIN. Mr. llama threatens a ten year panic If Mr. Bryan is elected. Mr. UooBevelt threatens the closing of all factories and a general suspen sion of business, when once Mr. Itryana election Is ussured. This wreck and ruin Is to bo the punishment of a free people for daring to exeiclse the rights of freeman under constitutional guar antees and this punishment Is to fall four months before any change can he effected by Mr. Bryan's administration. These threats in endless variety are uttered by republican speakers every where. They ure the voluntary mouth pieces of plutocracy. They are sim ply saying to wealth producing labor we will rule you or we will ruin you. COMMUNICATUD. lie 51 Mil No Hmlti4N r--Ollljr Fair Dol lar. l.rftciflliB Kurluiiu Ha Stole It Went i:.y, lie gnltl. HiVDoii, Mai, Oct, ail. Cornelius L. Alvord, ,h, 'the iihaoondlng note telle of it I io Fin-mi NaUonuil trunk in New York City, who Ih charged with teia.l. rr.itf $700,000 from the bank, wj or mate.! ;hwe thla lallieriiooa by Chiel limpc-Dior Wllttam it. Watts of thU 4ty mid Deicclivo Armstrong of New Vork, in tin cirdluairy lodging house at th cornier of Vet Newton 4rcet nd lliirling'Lon utvnue. When muted AUv-ril, who knew iJtU'i'Uve Armstrong, stated Ukm lis wuu g.ud the kui-pcnuc w.ia ended, and u,u wlllliiig to U'o back to .New York whlikni'i p,icn), Ho u.i't tlown on the Ix'd and kiii. kid a oiJj'M', and was only (JiMMnud lu his iniilKTcothliiff .at tli 'time, lie ii'icnvai'il Prettied quickly, urn I ijU'kliifr it few underclothing in a. bug, ti;;ul,t lie vuiii ivudy to gx. A hack wuiii'led and he vt.iw Ui'lveu down to nciMce lui.iiiiii.i4vu uud afLer tha Jloi'tillim hyxit'in, was t:ikeu to New York oa 'Ilia !i o i-loeU timln. -jjq,ui. nil' ui 'si'iiii.u ac;o id.ui j.mii,-) view wlziltd tlu. lliu il',,i'i-uni'iil wan flivfc Inf. riiu'd that Alvanl waa In this ii'ty Juiil Vi'dlie.!i:i,v nmrnlng, when Uonry AlvxaniU'r of De'iiver, Col., tle jiliotiol tlwut ha hal seen Ahv.rd In the lUlV't 'J'oui'uiiiie. llx wtateil th.bl hu knew 1) i m well, and liad done liuiKkd wlili him Jn New Y.irk und d.aoiilk'd him pnrfectly. 1'hla liifonii:rtlcm wai wired to ("aptiai'n MeClukey of New York, wli ) liiiineiliiately nn'l De'tcetiee htirgivuM linker lure to iUiniify liuii. In tlm ineaiitiiiif Ch'ef Watts and Di'Urtlvis Duuirla-e and .orley went to 'u hUH, but could not find the rmain, lniiiiry of 't lie liote) people lirniigli't out Hie fart thait a iiimii un nwvi'iiig the i!l.Heni)tion had relBiered om I'ryan Stuarllng lamul lial been in rigned ; ironii, but 'tlint lie had nit lined k. (In ilia arrlul nf lk'tec'.lve Tinker a search of a!U hotelx In the city waa iiMclc w.thonit KueCMis. r rom in flwiiiat'on liriniglit to (.'hief Wattn t,y criliy he and Diti etlve ArmMrong wont to m boarding house in the bark my, They wcirt lo ln.nek room onKlic nrt flloor 'and found Lie d'tor Ikwkrd. )n palluing 4iliM.iWU'iiiei', iia (ris iiiHpectora, Arnistivng liih'iitilieu Alvord, wlio wrnu'id griUi'.ly re.llevdj thijit A mil MiMiig bad 'uft'reated him und s.iild us much, . During his Ktay n't police head- quanima Alvord told Chief WaW tha lie haKl not teu IiIm wife fur two wcvki uDthough prior to tluiC tinif he had told her of 111 flniaiQcliail ulrcnatancc and'iaisked h.r if he tdiouM kiM him. irif or face It out, and she had told him itw ftoiee H oii't. lie jftiited 'that he brad nut been near Mount Yerium, but tliwt lie left New York !'ant Tuesday a midnight a'lid wrplved In Uoston V ' ncrtliiy iw.'U'iiliig. JIk? iidinlt'li'li hnvinp; recifttcred at Bryan Stiiarllng nt the Tounalne hut l uiiiul i.u!d he had calico several nica iS tliPivj 'tlmt he hail taken 'the lodging wliore lie wii. round m the following dny jind that he had not bocn out of the pee Urvt. Vh,'n a.'-ked whul lie Ii'ud done Wiith the ninney lie said: "Well. :ijo,i)00 U a win,'!'.' lat of ninney, lint It vasy." In iri'Tefring im horse raeea. lie atd he haul I'a'HicI h'iiilea, lint never on (ttivkaond had 'Civned fa't lioiwi i him w!f. lie vl Im IkuI 1 i w vl his life nv.d had tiakeil life Co full nt the I" if $:.0,()(i(l a. ,vi .lr or lnorc. lie Ra'ld lie wciilil not iii'ike lany llln, u jiild Hhniiw ui his hands, take his Ki iiten."', and .;i f: t r that was over would can-j out in III' worl.l agnn. lie ald It e liiiU'W he w.uild lie unalile to Jreni-e liiil laml III1.,1!, lie h iil mulling with which to make i'pnLrinilini, On hellijr si'il fclicil at l:,liee hnad quamiciw oiK.v a f, w ilo!larn werefoond in 1 1 Ik pueki .. Tluw he wmh allowed Ho kCH'p. lie wall hi. teh'giMin I.) baw. Iht (iianlinrr lu New Yerk, 'asking him to incc't tin! train wln n It arrived in New Yirk. lUli AliMdlU I'LA.Mf. iUeyUUi beCouauliiiiiiuaitiiUOiivriitiKl b Olio Cuaipmiy, Chicago, OiK. US. The capital of tho Armour I'lii-klng ComNiny li be in. crnauH'd ft oui :.'ii,0(i(),oiio to ifiU.Ooii.imo, HJi adJitlomail weurHliw In lng !Mied cover tlw jfi'iut Armour plant at Kanva'i City, which herii.oTaro ha uo beifii ii punt of ah dM(ts cf the Ar nKMir alii Coinpiany corporation nt ChUnago, The ineriMue will take pluw within U Wetk und will be 'limi!'taiii'0us wlili iMinie clwngv In the directory. The Kaunas City Armoura, nephew f 1. D. Armour, luaw built up large buirilncKi In thu wet, ami will beoojue Uilrrteitcimi of the new consolidated Ar. wour uffalin, with n, oirtdldvr Intw vwU'd except tliu.e 411 I he haniU of dlepairtinents aud occupying pluoi un directora iu the Chicago oorporatii.U. Tlw prevent ooinpany, organoid oiiki niontha ao f.r the purpose of making the binenevit nianagvnieiit em. h r for 'the iiurviving partner of Ar mour it Co., liicludwl 'the Chlcuya paieklng InuincA, ihn Omaha p ant, tho glue and ap works, and the Ar. luour ear c, nipaniciM, 'I'lie Intercut i f the Chleng.i limine In the ICanM.u City pianlt, wliieh ha li 1 1 a $10,11110,000 vii.vli,il w.w licit Included lu the car per:.;: ion cf Armour & Co, The eoiirUlid''iiiii, which Is now io 'liake p'Mice wil.'l HicliiiH.i the Arm.iir biifinehis Inii roitj, ii.nd will put the Kan-aw (i;ty and Chicago fainllii'm Into on cuu'ern, The Kiiu- Ji City busl. ntian Wis litahMslied by I'hllip I). Ar niour uml IiIh brilllii'i's, and has heeu managed of late yearn iby Kirk U. Armour an. I Charlcj V. Armour, n. phewo vf the Chicago head. The Ar mour liitliiriH'c lir.ia been ns potent lu the t"..uilivit aia at (lueago, an. I at KunniW (Illy there 'are Armour hanks wnd Airmoiir Btivvt raiilwayn and Ar. niour propiM'tlVin of many other flirts. 'Jlie C'01'lloiMlti.i..n, with iU $33,01111,111)0 ciapilial t.ick, will almost daubie the tint tA evm Its la.e't cumpetUor. AUK Catalog ill " do you good, Ahk for it when you call. It keeps you pouted on win. ter supplies, Xov.iul)ei. 1, Kkio tf FCLL I'AO- ' E of rare values in general iiieichaiidi sa in our New Catalog -Men's Wear, Best Values for Price. -Free to all 6) 7i ww. ar-invakT Hallroad men, farmers or any man whose vona- tlon causes him considerable out-of-door work IjiLki ,:::'' (,urlu ,evere weather, should prepare sooordlnuly '&Hk3to uils,W,, '" ,c,"'r l'""'11"1' th..aevtTtonpply these !", ir$i' ,u9 lowest cHb price. Our lines of mm T'rumm'fiif men's extra weight Underwear, Hockn, I'liioh and Heavy Olotb Oupie Knr Muffn. WrimleU. Oln. Mitteim, rants, blioeg, Duok Coats, Sweaters Overalland the like ore In A No. 1 nhupe fot your choosing, Tir.r.iE Men's blank twilled M.Ci, Beee lined mole -skin i-birtu, "New Km" make, perfeot in II', bent value, a big leader; price 7C, Heavier grade than nhove tQQ ggi Some Points About the Shirt Stock. Seme numbers for you lo buy: JOHN SIIKltMAN'S toTAlli. lie I.eri rriipcrlj' Viiluril at Tlirx Million DulUn. Stanfl'hU O., Oct. 2H. Applluatlon wiaa made to Judge Itoe KIT lirinlterlmil jn the probate, court of ltleh!and county, t laditiit to prolKite the I act will nnd 'ttataniciiit of ex-Secretary of Htiate dolin SIhii'iu im, whose reiuuiua wore buried lunv Thumhiy. The will wuis brought into court by Colonel M, .M. I'arker of V..-hlngton, I) C. fid Congressman W. S. Kerr and Mans, field, lleuring on the application waa wt for November 13 at )0 a. m, 'J'he will i'ljM'ii'f la n I no foilo .ig'8 in Shernvan't own handwriting, and WiUi a codiicll flllu ten typewritten pages . it wum uinaaie at Wiihiiington, D, C Diceniber 13, 181)0. mnd isalgind urn wltt)etM'a by Anson (1. Me(ok, then ecrtUiary of t he United Stole euai.e; Judg-e Al, 1., Smyser of Womstvr, at tint tiiiw In i"ongrcisj KMsha ,1. Hub. cock, private ftwetary of Sherman, anil llfnr.v A. Yalie. It vcimistt of l long article!!. It as estimated that the erve lamoiinto to ml wut $:i,i)()0,()()0, a gmet peart cf which is estate in Mann. field will Wu.slilng'ion. Mrn. Mary Mc. (Vilhim'a share wiM le over $3u0,noo, Including her hrgaiey Of $100,000 und hT uluire ill's residuary legatee. M i x t: n Mixed wool shirt in a wool, dark (,,, 0f tlD non shrinkahle neclt band, full mada, pearl buttons; a hummer for tli prlee; $1.00 IIKT fV.H qilAl.ll V, Siilrt iu plain, navy or wine rolor, also light "trlped pattern, pearl liiittons, non-alirlnkiibUi neck band, felled eanm, Uli to 10J price 1 .50 J nr. nt 41 It A It K, All U'lllil wliirla In iiuvv blue, great fur winter wear, price $2.00 Plow Shoes. Men's CongreHS l'low MIiiuh, K'l 'I'lii'euil solid, always noli! at I,25 p. .li. We are flowing odt our preheat sin k at $ 1 .00 PP. Men's CongreM I'lnw Shoei, not gnar auteed,)VHry ou"f H, shoes price ggg pp liii mm Martin's are receiving new Cutlery in bis oft .Votes values easy lo obtain. We tell you of it now because it is at the height of its impor tance. Great values for the money in Knives and forks, up lo the best guaranteed silver at gJ tJQ g P. MARTIN DRY GOODS CO. " ONLT ONE-PRICE CABH HOUSE IN Hutchinson, - - Ivans, W Freight paid on all f 5.00 mail orders within 100 Miles. A I'KIUT TVITlll'ltlSONIIIlH OturTwi nlj Sllllluim In (Inlil. KenUle, W.ikIi., Oct. :). A ltul ol $2(),ini5,s7.:i4 Wuiilh of ffidd IiihI Ji.il been received In the t'nlled States -an-Bla.y olllce during the present year. K, A. Wing, i.yt-r In eh'an'gi., t'lirnlsln s thm fl !n iwling fig iiiic showing the Ooiiniiit ii gold iliimt 'iitld bullion re ceived In It ween Jiimiwry I, and Oclo liior !, I'.illO: Number of deposits, fl,0:;,s; ouneCM of pold In bullion, t, :.'!:!, I ii:i: iu';.al vuilue of dame, $'.,u.liiii,iii7..Vl, Th- niriri -'ttM. ln i.f thin doti.'Jl shuwing Hie dK-'IriclM gll eoims from 1.4 a.s IWi i a: AI;uNk.'i Cap? Nome,. $:;,7IO.i:j7.i)j lilhvr Alaskan piints, $iii:j,sii:i,:i. To fail, $:i.i7.i,!i).:i2. llritish Coluinhii.i lAHin), $l)?,,llfl.yr; J'ukon dii.-iirlet (Ivlnelike). $ J (l.:i7 1.4SH. 15; Uiivliiiintoii, On k'i ii., Iil'aho and fhriiign gold coin, $ I so, (irti'nd total, $'.'0,1i!,iiS7..VI, Siniee Octoher 21, Mr. Wing has re ceived an 4Hlilltiioniai $l.'i(),(l00 from Knoiie nnd $.il),00() from other points, The probabilities ure thluit before the sntejin closes Nome will, have fur. uiahed a toilial ol $S,OUO,000. TbeMlirlfroritliliv e'onnlT IIhiI a UntTInK M llh Jail llrmkor. I'op.ur IMulT. Oct. 27. A poise of ten, under the li iulk r.-ihlp of Sheriff William Merrill, of Kipley county fought a two hour' battle yesterday, liv wocdU fifteen m Ilea sioiitli of the Missouri stalte Hue and near P-alton, Ark., with live prisoners, vh i lunnelal theli' way to f nullum out of thu liip. Iiey eouniy jail lunt Widnu'sday night. Tire pl';..ner weiv Kranlt Wallace, charged wilh wife murder; John and .Mi.utin I lu I in an.l Dewitt , lla'ilcy, lioi-:' ';Ii!mi -', a'lid Wiill Siialian. chai'g. nl wlih lieu.v bn'aklng. The .hi'i'ilV's i.KSe had been in pui'Hiilt of the es. ciaiped pi'iyoiii r.s two days ami finally located them in the woods, Thu pi'iaoni.'i'A wlr Iwiil pronii-cd a.rms in H..me way, openrd fire on tin- olllcers, which was in'turiiiid, 'and for l.'O hoiinn tlie laii'l ttigi'd furiously, The prihOners toudi ivfuge behinil the tres nnd their liuli'ilts cun'd the olficers to shelter, nat, however, until two rf tle'in h nl . iwelved aume gunshot wounds. The ioHIiwh uuiuumbend the pi'l'.-niiers two to one nnd partially Kiirroutided the fugitives, ily this method the ponw wiaa able to shoot down the two 1 1 ii -il lug Iki.s and Sli'i h.am, Wallace and llaSVy siiece-ciful y Han the gauntlet of lire and are still at lii'rgo, IhiniKh the jifliiTra a.ru hot.'y pni'HUiing thein tend hope to speedily elTedl their capture. AU three of the nu n who reiturlii il Were buidly woun l od, and it Is in: t lliought Sliahan v 111 Mirvive. The two olllrem .who we;e hit will live. nle el Tlihrtu to Irxn Hrnvm.l Tli Hiinfn Km has roHiimed the sale of tickets to Galveston and points between Alvin and Galveston via Purcell and O. C. A S. Y. H'y. Through train service having been re-established into Galves ton. O. A. Walker Agent. Tank Talk! IT'S about tho timo of tho year when you arc thinking of buying a Tank. May b for stock, or irrigating, or cooling milk it's all thu sumo to us. We nmkc all kinds ami ull sizes, but ONE quality that Is tho best Somo people think any kind of a man can build a tank, nnd the loss some people know, the more they think they aro tank builders. Whenever you run up against that kind, you arc roped in. Now this tan lie avoided. Go wheru the tnnks arc jimde Unit have stood tho teat for 15 years. We gunr nntce every lunk 01 mom y refunded. Snyder's Planing Mill. 20, 22, tun! 21 West Sherman. Hutchinson, Kansns, rptsMHssoiBrimE sis UfF'D r'KQM CAOLINtlf. Yt. It's '.pr1 '""I Vii'ln.r eiiisdh'ni Knueii, .-c piiri. n.i rnniiiiHT. Wla miLi. , .ja in '.mil' iKirdoi, I'nr iiifiirTiwil.iotMiililnH Uuutliwi'sV iluiiliiv.iril, Jvllium:' Ultv. Mo, To Please Our Customers Is our aim, whether the purchase is a Ik x of our line candies or n loaf of bread. We Imko hieml, pies, cakes, cookies nnd make candies, We make n specialty of orders for parties, in ice cream, ices, drinks and edibles. Or ders for bread, linns or sandwiches for public sales given prompt nttention The BON TON. Vaughan-Fontron Company. IO you know that we make Farm Loans and J Sell Real Estate? Well we do. Wc also write all kinds of Insurance. VAUCHAri-FOWTRO CO. Rear of First National Bank.