Belleville Freeman, March 22, 1900

Belleville Freeman

March 22, 1900

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Belleville Freeman (Newspaper) - March 22, 1900, Belleville, Kansas ■ÉMMl A GOVBRKMBNT OP THB PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE BELLEVILLE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900 That Porto Rican tariff isn’t a dead sure thing after all. Calderhead was the whole thing at the congressional convention last week but Vincent will be it next November. Call for State Convention. Union Pacific Time Table. A delegate convention of the Peoples Party of Kansas will be held in the city of t'luy Center on Wednesday, April 25tli, 1900 convening at eleven o’clock A. M. for .the purpose of electing eighty-four delegates and alternates to the National Convention of said party to be held in Sioux Palls, South Dakota on May 9th, 1900.    .4 The basis of representation at said convention Is one delegate for eacli county and one additional delegate for each live hundred or major fraction thereof cast, for J. \N. Loedy for Govenor at the election in 189H. It Is recommended that the œunty conventions for the selection of delegates to this convention he hold on Saturday, April 14th. These counties will in* entitled to representation as follows: Republic    4    Cloud    5 Jewell    5    Washington    5 FOSTER LUMBER GO. + 8:55 a.m. Ex. Sunday 2:00 p. m. Ex. Sund *y ST 810 p. m. Ex Sunday 12:30 p. m Ex. Sunday W. O. DUNN, agent. Pass. »rät.i lea rea àeoom. *'    “ It is intimated quite strongly that Russia, Germany and France may decide to interfere in the TransvaaF trouble in the interest of the Boers. Honest John Breidentlial is gaining ground every day. In a contest between him and W. E. Stanley Breiden-thal will poll thousands of republican votes, while Stanley will never get a vote from the opposition. Pam. Am Accnin. Ara. LUMBER wd GOAL Estimates furnished on Application for all kinds Rock Island Time Table. There is some satisfaction in knowing that though every poor man’s cow is to be assessed at $25 there will not be any multiplication and ^vision practiced by the juggling experts this year. SASH. DOORS BLINDS LIME CEMENT POSTS. If the county commissioners could procèed to a trial in the district court without holding a special meeting, how does it come that they couldn’t appeal the tax case to the supreme court with out the additional expense of a special session? We Handle MAITLAND, ROBINSON* FARMERS’ LUMP, PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE and ALL EASTERN COALS. All kinds of Building naterla of the Very best quality.... E. M. LUDWIGK, M$r SOCIETY DIRECTORY Pt* OPAL CHURCH , W. B. Faulkner lay i Teader. ¡Services every Sabbath at 11 a m. XfKTHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, lVl Hutchins Pastor, Preach at 11 a i p. H> . Sunday; Sunday school 10 a. *n Br meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. We wonder how many stocks of goods in this county will be assessed this year at half their value. It isn’t so much what a man dares tc do or say sometimes, as what he has the moral courage, to refrain from do ing or saying. The state convention and not the state committee is to be the final arbiter when it conies to making populist nominations- CHRISTIAN SCIEV b, Religious « hristían Scicnii-I', each over Deal’s clothing store, at 11:00 a. Points West GALI POP N For all Broad Vestibuled • Firat-Ciass Sleepers DAILY.... MAKES THE U QU1GK-\ EST. L TIME p, and Whiskey ahtts Kl cured at licme with-out Tiftin Book of par 1 t ticul.vrs .«cut * Rfet ia¡8R P. № W30LIH CO. i ilice. 1M North Pryor St. WITHOUT CHANSE VIA, kll 1 Two month's treatment of PHI Catarrh of the head and nose I for 50c. Best and simplest remedy ever discovered. Booklet and sample for 2 cents. ATLANTA PREPARATION CO. 113 N. Prtoe Pt., ATLAtr?A,GA. p,cTO^ ,,AND.. Runs 2 Trains Daily ^ .. from .. KANSAS POINTS ; .    ... «fr yr.l. V. : “V Tourist Cars Personally Conducted every Thursday to Portland and North Pacific Coast. Palace Sleeping Cars. -, xFree Reelining Chair Cars. Dining pars. Meals a ta Carte. For time tables, foldns, illustr»ted books, pamphlets descriptive of the territory on W. O. DUNN, Agent. Travel via. Missouri PaoifiG. 5 DAILY TRAINS 5 Leave "tnaha on Big 5 *t LJ8 « j# All the best scenery of 'he Ro< and ihe Sierra Nevada b v-r> « directions. These cats «re carried my the h»o Great Rock Island Route, I tiiaiole (Scenic    «**.»    i and Southern Paeitic. * A New Book. , We are in receipt of ad vaneé sheets of a new book on the currency question, which will be ready .the iirst of April. The book is from the pen of Mrs. Enreline Hicks, of Lansingburgh, N. Y., an old lady over m years of age whose life has been devoted to temperance aftd reform work. She is a vigorous writer and even opponents of her views will admit that the book is intensely interesting. She takes the silver side of the money question and her sketch of the rise of mon^y power is the best we have read. The book will BETWEEN AtGhison & St. Louis Note the fast time of our.Kansas and Nebraska Limited Trains №s-9 and 10. Direct connections from the Central .    ,    - B ranch for the G-reat Lead and Zinc Mining Districts of Missouri and Ar-, kansas. In putting into operation his ideas of reforming present reform school methods Gov. Stanley may make some mistakes, bat no one will question the honesty of his purpctee or the need for some radical reforms in the management of the misguided and unfortunate youths who find their way to this institution. JOHN 5EBA3TIXN It must be confessed that from a political standpoint, it is gratifying in some degree to the populists find democrats of this county to see the defenders of the illegal methods of the county ;