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Inturmi ill I ho xtiiffloe In lliiuihln.on, Kinnaa looond olut mutfur, I.Q. NETTLCTON CO, Proprietor!. TlKMS OF dUMOMPTIONi 11.110 PNH TA Thursday, November 15, 1900. HIMMIIIIIIIIIItlllH C. E. Bl DUNG EH, 1 The Druggist, i Prescriptions a Specially, North Main St. Hutchinson. It la seriously announced that Sena tor Murcus Aureltits Iliiuna has asper atlous to be the successor of Mr. Mo Klnley us president of the United StutfB. Well why not? Teddy the Holy terror la not no much of a hero as Im whs before the people knew him an well. There wl 1 lie a new standard bearer and Hanna represents the (rue Inwardness of modern republ csulsiu toanlcity. In fact he Is It. Hurrah for II anna. Sim k the election more if possible Is hmrd about Uryan's arraying class gainst class, as thought It were a crime. All we have to say Is that when there ceases to be a party that arrays class against clues we cease vot ing. The only Issue there Is or can be in this country Is to secure to those who produce their fair share of what Is (induced. From the time tbe Is raelites complained against malting bricks without straw and the plebs In Home rose against the anstocratlo patricians the history of the progress of liberty has been the history of the struggles of one class arrayed against another. A magnitlcent prosperity Item Is sew. out from New York lo apressdls patch under date of November 12tb, lu which It Is stated that go,) I J in Hick efeller has realized aprnlltof from $10, 000 01)0 to $15,01)0,000 in the rise of the D rtiket value of the stock of a lot of trusts In which he Is Interested, const quertt upon election results, The stocks enumerated are plnclpally the standard Oil, the Consulliluted (.ins, anil the Federal Steel. Hock- efelltr voted for piofpenty and he is getting it. Ho H doing- a low points better than iIih average citizen' who voted for It however. To many people the result In I'tah was the greatest surprltie of the elec tion. Not so in Hutchinson. In Hutchinson It was known that Judge Tiieodoclus Don kin had been sent there by the republican national com mittee to do campaign woik. Hut then there Is another reason. Pome weeks before the election we had Information that a deal had been made. II. Fos ter formerly editor of th's paper and bo well known lu this county is now located In Salt Lake in business, and be wrote back here that when Teddy tbe Holy Terror made his appearance in that city he was taken care of by the grand high sachem or whatever bis title In the Mormon church and was puttbroughsome kind of ceremony ' of some baptism or something of thai sort that sequestered him to the church. In short be fixed up a deal to the effect th.it no more polygamous congressmen would be kicked out of Congress and no prosecutions would ba pushed against the brethem. So rcallv we ate not surprised at the result in I'tah. T lotili we must confess that Teddy hud more to do wl' Ji the slump th.in Il'i'chiiii'on's iti:,' wIihVt-'iI jud'1. Wii have loii anticipated tint a tie feat of Iti yan at thia lima would be lli.nle tbe opportunity for the gold ileiu ocruls ol the Kant mid the country over Who have Bnpporitd hiui if ut all uoilrr piotest, to begin ll.eir cry for a re-ot-frani. itlon and regeneration of the democratic party. Election echoes have hardly faded away when we tlud the whole pack and cry with (trover Cleveland in the van shouting their pro poanda. Htyan Is a great man. the tbe greatest in many decades of Autei i cati hinlorv, but be U no' ;jiy It enotua to overthrow all that horde, armed with trust and corporation money, un der tbe em lit lorn t h -it no v vis!. That Is otir opinion. The ipiestlon up to !lw poptilietH and democrais of the Weft, We do not believe they will ever support a money domlnafed, true.:, ridden pr.j v.i'.h heii.iiiniirti-rs in Mew Vtu-k. no nutter what it.' name The cotintrv bits !mt lieen cov erned by unj other sort ol pailv fur a jn tr;i r of a century or more ami the worst of the lot with the possible, ex ception of MtKinley was Cleveland. Tun .'insurance of the re-election of 2uay to tbu Unite. I States Semite is about in keeping with the other rivmlu of the) iccent election. Tbe plum tiee bin evidently been shaken for all it i will endure. Then up In Montana Is anothrr ohsh that does not encourage : the man who has some little hungering and thirsting after rlithteausnssi In public affairs. lu fact It Is worse In the latter place If possible because the trouble Is among democrats and one candidate seeais to be no butler thsn the other. The high tost olllties In the girt of a State are put at barter and sale and thb public treats the matter only as an ordinary transaction that Is only to be expeoted and allrlght If the purchaser only have the money to par, Have such thing always bean or are the American people becoming degen eiate to such an extravagant devreeV In De'aware tbe old sport, Addioks, will have another trial at buying a leg islature, Twice he has failed and pre vented the Slate from having repre sentation In the Senate. Hut he Is a stayer and may suo eed this time. ENGLAND GONE REPUBLICAN. Onk of the things that renews the ugly passions of the populist and dem ocrat and the true American and then makes hi in feel like weeping and gnash ing a few dornlcks, m the high glee of the Itrltlsb press over the election of McKlnley, In the speeches that we made In the campaign we said that tbe prayer of every crowned head of Eu rope was f i r 'he election of McKlnley, and the triumph of h s HrlMah colonial policy. The utterances of the Urltlsh press on th question since t lection are alooe biiIU jlent to Jastlfy that asser tion. From a reading of the sub joined associate press dispatoh from London under date of Nov 7th It Is quite evi dent that England ni well as Hades and Kansas weot republican. The afternoon papers voice the gen eral sentiment of England with tbe result of the presidential election In the United States. The Evening News says: Antt imperlalism, the attempt to stir up jealously against England, tuo championship of the Biers and pandering to the Fenians all availed Bryan nothing. Ills defeat is even more a defeat for Croker and Tammany and that is Its happiest feature. It really looks as though Amerloans are tired of the gang of corrupt Irish Amer icans who have degraded American politics so long." "Tbe Star says: Had Bryan kept to the Issues of anti Imperialism, anti trusts, and social reform, he might conceivably have won- Sound money proved his undoing. He baa been cruel lied on a cross of gold but It was very much a voluntary cruolllution. The most remarkable feature is the defeat of 'Ross Uroker.' 'The Times, In a special edition, "ays: McKmley's victory is no ordin ary party triumph. It is a victory for common honesty, sound sense and sober, enlightened and political judg ment. "Afterreference to Uryan'sendeavor to make, imperalisui the paramount Issue, the Times sajs: ' Free silver and its attendant herseBlesare the res! matters upon which the electors have given judgment." After commenting upon "Bryan's advocacy of unsound principles and un constitutional methods and hits appeals to class hatred, which stirred the pas sions of all the worst elements of the population," the Times expresses the opinion that hud Bryan been elected even all the checks of the constitution could not have restrained him from ex periments fatal to social order and ma terial prosperity, and It concludes "From that danger the country la mer cifully deliverel.csrta'iily for the pres e nt and we may hope for all time." This is from an associate press dis patch from London under date of the 10th: "There Is no concealing tbe fact that McKmley's re-election meets with tbe almast unanimous approval of the press and public while the foreign o.llce expresses undisguised relief that it will not have to deal with a new set of diplomats In this critical stage of affairs in the world. Among the col umns of cainmant.s appearing In the journals, t here Is cimuion to all nn ex pression of surprise at tho return to power of the existing govern ments of Great Britain, the United States and Canada, and rluhtlv or wrongly, the deduction is drawn that this reversal of the usual order of things Is due to the wondrous spread of "impetialisllo Ideas" amona Enslish speaking peoples Fuom uowonalltha energy, all the Intelligence, all the Interest of the re publican party will be directed toward saving tho country bv quarreling whether Senator Baker or J. It. Burrton will represent the State of Kansas In t.ie United States Senate. A line quairel It will be. Both u.en are at J present claiming to have almost all of I the republican members pledged to the'r support, and quite likely ( they huh told (he truth. When the 'time co.M'j lor voting neither one will have a majority and the dark horses will be gin to champ their bits and pull on the tt ins. Then, O. then will tho harvest I b 'gin. Well whatever the result it is to bfl hoped that It will be some other i man than Burrton Not especially i because anyone else would be likely to do any more for tho people, for none of ilium will do any more than they aro i compelled to do and the way elections , have been going there Beems to have ben motility llMlemmplimlnn practiced oy the people lo hold tht.ir olfloers lo the itr tight and narrow way, but some of the other numerous patriots might not carry so union diagram to the 8t te along with him on account of a stink ing and loathsome personal reputation. The fun la coming presently. Just watch the coming legislature reform things. UNCLE BEN'S ADVICE I feel so pbuniiy 1 hardly no h i v tu M It. I tl you .Hin It diia pa after awl tu pa no aUenahuu lu ibtt antiquated dojkumeDi noati of the deekalog, We went m with a whoop an oum out with a wlioooer, Our brass bands and ruff riders on rules colored umbellai with torches on top or em, our boys from ten tj nflwen years old, with tin b"iim to blow and whoop It up fur MoKliiley so Ituoeevett wins argyinauti that tun ap po.lahun oudii't answer, 1 wot (rdd fur a while that their ar- gym 'nt fur Immunity au tqual rites mite bet us. but tbrt burrels of argyment dis tributed swl ovr the enmity by our grl an hem-vol'iit trit-U proved In be a itrniigi-r HrgymeuMbn'1 any tli cud ptodooce, An best of awl ths trusts wid her awl their arjfymuiita bucked with big trusts in foar years fruin now retldy tu use agin, unless we kin, git sick lawaeimoted in Hiat lime, that ths wont need tu contribute, in that ws, but will heso llrmly established that no ar ulklat will d trs tu mole,t Uiem or make then afrndo. O, I tel yu Jim it win glorias. I wooes beera a preeohersa sumililn about the muale.k of beveu, But cud there be anylhin In heve.ii tu beet the time we lied last Thurs Wy nlte. The rolllu hd the ruttlla of drums, the shrill pleroiu shrees of the salt trut whisnles, the ringia ov bells an the nlowln ov tlfes an tin horns ss ws yel J an ranted arouud the lurid bluti of tbe bon lire wuz, very elevatln tu awl engaged la it, nu uou't tbluk tbe Inupirashuu wuz bora on ertb aa sutunlvy not in beven, Jim I beera yuvoatcdlbe arulkist tioket after awl mi warnius tu yu, aa now I suppoas yu ar bidin out in tbe hedge lumwberes furshame. Hhame ou yu enny wa fur letting your love fur humanity carry yu nwa from tbe deer g.o. p. I phelt la my verp bones that we wuz goia to beet as mre as Mr, Mo KinUy let tbe piices of wheat and bawgs take ticua tumble, so I Investel what uiouey we bed left In the lection. Got moast ennfftu bl the phartn back, but will in vest iu sumtbtn hettern that. Jim yu tied better cum buck an sc knowlidge yur sins an be restored tu fel lernhlp In the g. o. p. sn Il h as ever your UNKI.lt Bus. Wait & sikikhoi a, Brown Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Stoves and Carriages. OMB iu anil get our prices on seasonable goods. Now is tho time to buy a meat chopper, a new Btovo, coal hoi', roaster. Wc are hcndquniters on Guns and Amunition; have better goods for less money than ever before. Sec us for Barb Wire ami Nnils. Builders' Hardware the best In the city, cheap. Waiie & Babbitt. 114 North MhIii Street. "A Good Place to Trade." Closing iOut Sale! To Be Sold at FIRST COST. All must Iks Hold out by the 20th of Docembor to make room for other goods. Come and gut the goods at these prices. Ueatitiful Axmiusters, lu beiutirul color, lint grinle, ronner prion i.25 - - CoBt, Mo yd Velvets in till the latest patterns, 5 iiilTernt tmn la of tliem these Roods nre ae'llnn renular for liria to l 10 psr vrd the best thut is made I21 to 7IIj yd mtUHHLiS CA.llL'KTS. 7 wire Tapestry Brussels, flue riob colors, formerly firto Cost 4:1 i 10 wire Tapestry itruosel, fnrmor price 85s - Coat 57 s 0 wire Tapestry Brussels, former prleeKOj - - Cost dV, 1NC3-RAIN3. Best :i-ply, all new and beiuitifiil Kxtre heiivv weinht lonir fine wool Smne, only h'llt wool, wortu (Wo (Jooda plv all wool worth HOii (food 2 plv half wool, worth olla Good 2-ply all cotton, worth "Oi l-if" Remember th's is a Closing Call early as these goods will go with THE A Vlllna ninrlmmlm Mrl ItU Lllll Pmu'H I.ISa Mr, II. II. BlaokTthe well known vil lage hlaekamith t Uralmituvllle, Hnlll fn Co,. N. V vs: "Our Hula on five years old has' always been sutjct to croup, and so bad have the attaaks been that we have feared be would die, We have had the doctor and used many nieil lolne', but Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy Is now our sole reliance. It aw ins to dlmolvu ths tmigh mucus and by giving frqunt doi whn the oroopy, symp toms appear we w havtt found that the dreadful oroup is oured before it geta aettled," There I no danger In giving this reiuedy for It ooutaini no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as oonfldently to a balie a to aa adult. For sale by all druggists, If you ar- onntpmiduting-atrip to Kan sas City call up plioue No 2,1 for a Iowhc brth on the Santa F 10:10 i, m. train The Ureal I lock Island ttoute (a pUo Ing interchangeable mileage taiokson sale at all ooupon oflloea west ot Mis souri Uiver. These booas are good on 87 different railroads and will be a great advantage to commercial men and travellers. The net rate Is i per mile in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska Okl hoina and Indian Terrltir? . Six good artutlous in Fullmau elesper have been reserved for llu'i hluaon sta tion on the 10:15 p m for Kauaa Citv, SPFXIAL SALE. W" expect to move January lei , Until Ihun w will niiike Special Prices : -: -:- To Reduce Stock Will close out all Out- and Two- Room PettnriiH of Wall Paper at 1) iKU.VINi. Try uur National Light Coal Oil Freeman & Haines No. T tut rkt Woodird Block, BICYCLES SUNDRIES No. 9, South Main Street. Racycle, Rambler, Halliday, Etna. Pioneer, Envoy, Prices from (22.50 up. Rcpulrinj; done nt reaaonalilo ratca. Babbitt, Hardware Co. trrm m r I I BOSH Vrlo ' 55. $ Carpet, patterns, former price $a Cost, ()!la IDS") entl, worth 70a Cunt Mi'. Cost !l:).i CVH'.'o yn'd Oost'l'J! ) yard - CwtlSi Out Sale. a rush. Tonus, Spot Cash. FURNITURE and CARPET house.; THE , , , I'haapMt Hliirc la HiitnlHannii We are tho people that sell you Underwear Cheaper Than any storo In Hutchinson for the same grade of goods, all we ask Is for you to look at our llneand compare prices At pfkn w" J011 r- w v m ne beat iNlural wool veat itml iHota for uh'ldren, would be clieitd ' 10,1 each. Ml fir ran C U I I d r h n ' s I VfO CUi h(.Hvy riblierj( tripple fleece lined vest and pants, a biff bargain, worth Ifii each At 25c suit. bed, flpce lined, union aiiHa. drop seat, ail sizes 3 to 14 years, sold in town for 6l)o. AtO'tnAi revived heavy ribbed vests and pants fleece lined, sui In trimmed, psarl buttons, would be cheap at 3 c. 19c Pair, Bost All Wool SOX, Special Bargain. We are selling Cloaks below all com petition. Get Our Prices. J. C. CURRAN, H. SQUIRE. SOME WHYS- (. v J "' yt intf iC-k C r ' rl Jl Hy) : that ' 8,vo kV'akfcA ' at 8nme ')r'oe " & Couh Remedy Jm?. V f nnd Scales Pills are a great combination . I The A & A 4 I f HW-HfHW 4 f t Twill Be an Awful Shame... If tlirouh sheer putting oir .you iniss. your just hlir.ro of our bargains, which aro regular t Hand-Outs Wo aro not a charitablo institution, nor do we clulm to give goods away. We don't buy nn article for $1 00 und scl. it lor 00c, nor do we go nround telling you we lose so nr.ich on every article wo Ml, t No, but This Is We hike away to tho large manufactories in the Kufrt, where Glassware and Dishes are made. We send subtle persuaders in the shape of cuth to lln- tinware concerns in the North, und we keep our eyes open for mupa, und when we see a barguiu we "yump" onto it with both feet When wc bring it hero aud sell it to you, our customers, ut the lowest possible mur gia we tan, nnd then it's jour turn to ' yump" for tbe bargains we offer you f Our Hardware Beckons You Like This: f lO io. band saw, guid one....2"t' Auger brace, H -in sweep, lock jaw Ilfio Aimer bits 10 IUj, 15c, 18j Klndlimr hatchet lot Hammer 10 j Hammer handle 5C Our Tinware Tin cupa -'( i : 4a rj st Dishes? Yes. by the Ton! Wo nto liu liliug a largo addition to the roar of our present room I mid wo will ,Cv iipy the whole building, two alories liigh. Wc aro I "oin" to make loom nougli to aeuoimnodato our big Holiday line, T nnd we shall shew you Christmas Fjote Roo;r,! More Goods! . More Customers! U our war cry, and when you think of Christmas presents remember A U dsLi hi .44-t.H-4-1' C I '! t KfH tt- Telephone O. A. Walker. Agent, Halt Fe Route Tor a nice lower berth on tie 10:lH p, m. train for Kansas City. You can lake your berth us early as you like. tiih , , . Ileal UimmI nt l.nwrl trlra Our Motto, A lOn Our men's extra I (ieilvv it h 1 r tit and drawers are without equal, full reg ular made, worth leanlar 25o. our tripple lleeced shirts and draw era that sold for fiOo.this Isaanap, ask in see this Burment. At fn on We are Helilnir trliple fleece shirts and drawers, nine and wblte stripe, double wrist and ankle that sold regular at 75o. call and aee them. Ml I lU. ym, th lrHt All ..,., I nKlra .. ,,l In , I... .It., a ii i uo n.i, mi iinDio ill vim un jr resuiar price i ou, 7 T ii v ..... or.. n ..hi.. .i.n I 111 I J " oj JllllO fVUUII j" cnn 8i 100 fr 2c- or )Z cou''1 ra'xiuros uro being advertised, when wo can you 3oa ot our own, a better one, Drug Store. 4 4444HIHHII the Scheme: Merew driver 6j Kevhole saw 1,5c Haw set 10c Haw (lies and lUt tiles 5o Holts with nuts lo 5 in. T hinge, pair 5c Prices Call out: '2 (jf. teapot, or coffee pot 10a H ()'. returned dial) pan IHo Milk siruiner 10c I mil tin oil can 18c 10 q' tin water pall 112o Wh.hIi pan . fia Heavy dust pan.... Ho Beautiful new styles and deco- rations; and Dinner Sets at un- heard-of prices, Come and see. stock galore in short, time. (lit DEPARTMENT STORE. -H-fl-fr-HH-M-4 Tho Santa Fe now run an elegunt I'.illmim tl-ij,w ttlih'h i.turta from Hntchinson daily at 10:15 p. m. arriving at Kansas City 7:30 a. m.