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Belleville Freeman (Newspaper) - July 12, 1900, Belleville, Kansas GOVERNMENT OP THE BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE JULY NO Union Time Sunday Sand 17 WBST 610 Sunday m Sunday Rock Island Time PASSENGERS LEAVE 10 12 16 local t PASSENGERS OMADA 8 local 1035 through local freight WEST local passenger through at Man kato Center only local t 1045 SOCIETY Pus services every Lords duy us follows Sunday School at 10 inj at 11 m and every Wednesday at Christian Endeavor EPISCOPAL Faulkner lay Services erery Sabbath at 11 a m EPISCOPAL OIL Hutchlas Preach at 11 and Sunday Sunday 10 tr meeting Regular services each Sabbath at 11 and Sunday School at 10 The general public Is cor invited to attend any and all of these over National BAPTIST Preaching Sunday at 11 and 8 Sabbath school at Uon at Prayer meeting Wednesday at A cordial imitation U extended to POPULIST For WILLIAM For Vice CHARLES For 5th WILLIAM The action of Webster Davis in re nouncing his allegiance to the party of trusts and imperialism and taking stand under the banner of Bryan and the right is no more than might have been Now wait and you will soon hear the republicans heaping all kinds of abuse upon PRESBYTERIAN Preaching service each Sabbath at II and S Sabbath School Mission Rand 4 Prayer meeting 8 Wednesday BAND ARMY OF THE Brown Coat the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month at 2 in Deals Visiting comrades always Between San Francisco WITHOUT CHANGE VIA Leave on Big S it All the best of the Rock alna and the Sierra Nevada by in both These cats are carried OH the limited trains of the Great Rock Island Denver and Scenic KID Grande Western and Southern Dining Car Service Buffet JOHN Chicago Topeka Ks BOYDS CHANCES As the time for the Populist state convention draws near there is natur ally a more noticeable interest taken in the available candidates for the va rious state The strong points of each are thoroughly canvassed and the people are getting ready to render their decision at the Of the men who have been mentioned for the office of Auditor none seems to be as popular as our own not that they are not all but there are peculiar reasons which seem to render him the strongest can From all over the state come letters of encouragement and editorial com ment indicative of the esteem in which Major Boyd is held by the The following from the Colby Free is a fair sample of editorial mention which he is all of which in that he is held in high esteem by the people Major of was in city last Thursday getting ac The Major is a candidate for State Auditor before the state con vention of the Peoples Party at Scott this He once lived at in Phillips and fora dozen years edited the only greenback paper in this It has been a rule of our life when we find a man who has strength of character suffi cient to break party ties and stand alone if need be for the rights to have no hesitancy in tying to If there is a man whose political hon esty we believe it is the old line and Major Boyd being one of this stripe we are that the tide may set in his way and he may land the nomination at This seems to be the sentiment of all in the Sixth district and the Fifth is also practically for the home Besides these he has hundreds of hardworking supporters in all the other districts of the who will see that he receives his deserts at the state Major while he has been in politics for was never known to advocate a questionable measure or to espouse the cause of n dangerous He has never been known to go back on a friend and the opposition has always found him uncompromising though His bitterest poli tical enemies respect him for Ins open and fearless for he has al ways believed that if a tiling was wrong it should be exposed rather than covered Major Boyd is in no sense an office having for many years spent time and money without recompense and with no other hope than that the right might Now he is be coming and though still vigorous and enthusiastic as it is no more than right the value of the serviceable has rendered the party jy giving him the nomination for of The Courtland Register last week contained a statement that Kansas has gained in wealth in the past three years and on the same page occurs a quotation from Eugene Ware to the effect that Kansas has lost by populism This is about as consistent as a republican usually About 7000 more soldiers are to be sent to the Philippines to help chris those poor It is announced that Lew elling has gone back on the As a matter of the pops went back on him gome years ago and that is what ails He has joined the so and will try to down John Brei Webster assistant secretary of the who resigned his place some weeks ago to tell the American people the real condition of affairs in South has cut loose from the republican party and declared himself for Bryan and the democratic plat McHanna imperialism was too much for The Cosmopolitan for June is an un usually interesting Betides an excellent letter descriptive of the Paris Exposition and articles on other subjects of the editor takes occasion to give some plain facts about trusts and the ultimate solution of the trust which he correctly states will be governmental The cotton manufacturing industry in the United States is treated of in two articles in the July Review of lie Lenora Beck Ellis tells of the rapid progress that the South has made in the establishment of Cotton Mills in Miss Jane on the other explains the steps taken by New England cot ton manufacturers to protect them selves against this new competition in the The Northern mills are now giving special attention to the It is claimed by a republican ex change that Harrison Kelly has again changed his politics and is working for for the republican As Kelly has been dead for some four or five years there is little danger that the voters he wins for republicanism will be able to cast their ballots this As might have been the reading of the Declaration of dence was omitted at most of the fourth of July celebrations this The republicans consider it obsolete and besides it might arouse unpleasant thoughts and provoke comparisons that would be Of course a fourth of July celebration without the Declaration of Independence is some thing like playing Hamlet with Ham let left but it still appears to be popular with the people to celebrate the occasion and King Marcus hardly dares to forbid it just making of higher grades of such We are in receipt of 1 1 o The a pretty smooth re publican campaign from New It contains pictures of George Washington and Abrahan but it would have been more appropriate to have put in the pig face of Mark Hanna and the vulture beak of old Tom It demands with al the earnestness of an enthusiast that j Free Institutions and the Christian Religion must follow the advo cates a merchant marine and contains other evidences of being a reflection of republican It closes as have formerly been imported from and textile schools have been i opened for the training of expert The following is the New York Jour explanation of the multitude of strikes Most of the current strikes are due to the increased cost of Nominally for higher they are really strikes against wage The general rise of prices has so cut down the purchasing power of money that the real wages of most workmen are lower they were in the midst of the hard times of three years even when they are 10 or 20 per higher measured in dollars and The only benefit most workers have received from prosperity thus far has been increased steadiness of em There has been no improve ment in earnings for those at but rather the SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA The Union Pacific will place in effect July 7 to 10 July 18 it Suntmer Excursion Pure For Trip from Kansas and Nebraska Free silver isnt near enemies wish it as dead as its campaign will be man aged by Mark Hanna Bryans campaign will be managed by No populist but can stand on the Kansas City platform with one foot and the Sioux Falls platform And if by chance he should get turned around might puzzle him a little to tell which is without looking at the Eugene who made himself popular with the people of Kansas by his Rhymes of has turned calamity howler and in imitation of that very cheap young man has taken to traducing More than that he has no regard for the truth in the statements he He says that populist rule in Kansas been a rule of an archy and To begin there is not a state in the union the size of Kansas that has not under other than populist rule had more riots Kansas Then when he states socialism and are in the dancy that old familiar missionary From Greenlands icy moun and we imagine that when the last copy was franked through Uncle Sams post office at New York Mark Hanna walled up his folded his hands across his capacious maw and Let us SOME THINGS TO Without exchanging any more with the Journal we challenge its editor to prove where any silver advocate of even or dinary note during the presiden tial campaign demanded that the value of the dollar in Will about republican prosperity attest that MoKin ley cut short the wheat crop of Minnesota he shows that his mind is fail ing or he takes the people for a set of imbeciles as much difference between socialism and as there is between day and and it would be aa impossible for both these conditions to obtain as it would be for such a bitter as Gene to tell the At to 1t been done by corporations the connivance of such shysters i for whenever the made a law In of pkr every corporation state and Missouri If you believe in special favors to the vote the republican If you believe in forcible annexation and vote the republican If you believe in winking at polyg amy and vote the republican If you in opening up this country to the inroads of half civilized laborers who can subsist on a pennys worth of rice a vote the republi can If you favor the spread of small bubonic syphilitic diseases and leprosy vote the re publican If you favor grinding down the American workingman in order to compete with European vote the republican l If you prefer a perpetual war tax to maintain an army in foreign vote the republican If you favor a standing army and increased vote the republi can If you favor a long war with China that Germany and England may have more vote the republican If you believe in turning the country over to the national vote the republican But if you still have faith in the de of vote for I If the constitution of the United means anything to Vote for If you value manhood more highly money vote for in equal to to vote for V 1 U d that We to of the are a men tad business the American farmer is not getting a fair the products of FOSTER LUMBER LUMBER GOAL We Handle FARMERS PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE and ALL EASTERN All kinds of Building of the very best LUDWIG The Strangest Things Sometimes happen during a In strange things happen nearly every The strangest of all is the low prices Doyle is selling his uptodate furniture 1 So the People Registered Yo can get anything you want in the FURNITURE line in any quantity and in quality to suit your South Side Nervous Debility Weakness of Men I RLOOD POISON and all Skin Disease of oared when others Book for Han FREE ai for 4 cents in and Permanent Curea Man in all forms of lost dean mil for business or weak sediment in No or detention from Symptom blank 1 for men 8 for BLOOD POISON in oil stages entirely and removed from thai VARI COCE oared In 7 in 3 Stricture cured painful or too frequent urine Medicine aunt under letters an plain Strictly private and B a a a M il President of the Chicago Ins IV ne Cia We Chicagos leading I aate of Rush and Bennett Medical and was formerly President of Anthonys J CONSULTATION FREE at or by Office Hours From 10 to morning from to 818 The Kind Toa and ia tue for over SO hM bonM and bat been made T All and that trifle and a and It
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