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Belleville Freeman (Newspaper) - May 17, 1900, Belleville, Kansas KV Y i i i A GOVERNMENT OF THE BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE MAY 45 Union Pacific Time tralfc leaves Bandar Bundsy WEST 010 Sunday m Bandar Rock Island Time PASSENGERS LEAVE 10 12 Ill local freight PASSENGERS OMAHA S local passenger 10itS through local freight WEST local passenger through passenger slops at Man kato andSmith Center only local freight 1045 SOCIETY Pitcher Pastor will he regular services every Lords Day at the Christian church as follows Sunday School at 10 Preachloa at 11 and p nv Prayer meeting every Wednesday ChrUtlan Endeavor m EPISCOPAL CHURCH Faulkner lay Services every Sabbath at 11 a MKTHODIST Hutohlns Pastor Preach at 11 and Sunday Sundar School 10 pray nr meeting Regular services Veach Sabbath at 11 and Sunday School at 10 The general public is cor dially invited to attend any and all of those orer National BAPTIST Preaching Sunday at 11 and 8 Sabbath school at ui U1 on Monday at Prayer meeting Wednesday at A cordial invUatien is exteuded to PRESBYTERIAN Preaching service each Sabbath at and 8 Sabbath School 10 Mission Bind 4 Prayer meeting 8 Wednesday POPULIST For WILLIAM For Vice CHARLES For 5th WILLIAM BOYD FOR GRAND ARMY OF THE Brown Post the 2nd and 4tb Saturdays of every month at 2 in Deals VlsltlBg comrades always BROKEN the famous cemint of Now explains some very iiiterestluK facts about Majors The multitudes who use this standard arti cle know that it is many hundred better than other cements for which similar claims are but a great many do not know The simple reason is that Major uses the best materials ever discovered and other manufacturers do not use because they arc too expensive and do not allow large Major tells us that one of the elements of his cement costs a and another costs a while u large share of the sornllecl cements and li quid glue upon the market are nothing morn than slxteoncent dissolved in water or citric in some altered slight ly In color und odor by the addition of cheap and useless HnjorM cement retails at fifteen cents and twentyfive cents a and when a dealer tries to sell a substitute you can depend upon it that his only ohjcct is to make larger Thu profit of Majors cement is us much as any dealer ought to make on any And this is doubly true la view of the fact that each dealer gets his share of the benefit of Majors which now amounts to over 85000 a throughout the Established In Insist on having Dont accept any offhanded advice from a If you uro at all haudy and you will lie likely to find that you are a good deal luoru so than you Imagine you can repair your rubber boots and family shoes and any other ruhliur and leather with Majors Ituhber Ce ment und Majors Leather And you will bo surprised at how many dol lars a year you will thus If your druggist cant supply it will be forwarded by mull either iruu of Homeopathic OPERA HOUSE KAB Successfully treats all chronic Al so teaches the science of Magnetic UKOV Office and residence second house south of M Office hours from 0 to 4 m TERRILLS It Fatwt 4j wrtmni v w or Major whose county gave him a unanimous endorsement for Auditor of State at the County Convention on May was born at Bristol in of Quaker When seven years of age he moved with his parents to Illinois and in at the first call for enlisted in 7th His record cannot be given than to use the words of one of his own officers as follows WEBSTER Dear Sir I noticed in theTope ka State Journal that my old army of was an applicant for the posi tion of Adjutant General of In aid of his application I take the liberty to address you a few words in regard to his record as a soldier in the late He enlisted as a private when a mere boy in L 7th in the latter part of August 1861 and served continually until discharged in November over four and when noj absent by reason of wounds was present with his Company and Regiment in nearly all the battles and raids that made that regiment famous in the annals of the He was twice wounded once nearly atally a Minie ball striking him n the lodging around near the pinal cord of the He was also prisoner of war for ome time and suffered the hardships nd privations incidental to war pris life until I can truth ully say of him that under all circum tances and conditions he bore his part iianfully and was always eadyfor duty and prompt to Of the many men who joined that lompany in its long period of service it the I can recall no one who erved his country more patriotically j han Sergeant Yours JAMES Late 1st 7th Boyd was a republican till after he Presidential election in when elieving that Tilden was legally elected and defrauded of his he abandoned the Republican He noved to Kansas from lown in le homesteadecl in Phillips and in 1S80 established a paper at Lo an known as The in politics greenback In 1886 he was elected to the Kansas legislature as a carrying Phillips county jy 160 while John he Republican candidate for governor carried the county by over In 1890 he moved the paper to Republic While several times a candidate on Greenback and Union Labor tickets when defeat was he never Tbut once asked for an which was at Abilene in where he was defeated y a narrow He served as Assistant Adjutant General under Governor Leedy and made hosts of riends among his old comrades and the Spanish American For twentyfive years has been a persistent fighter in the reform ranks and not one moment of that time but friend and foe alike could tell where he His county and old time friends stood by hint as a unit and yielding to their wishes he abandoned the fight for Secretary of State in the interest of harmony and your committee and his many friends ask generous treatment at your hands in the state convention at Fort Scott for the position of beleiving that in Major Boyd we have one who never swerved to the right or the left or betrayed a EMMETT Republic County Populist Central May the Democrats in County Convention also gave their unanimous Facing Weve been huntln you but wo dont know where you air When we clap our fingers on why we find youre never When we hunted through the in the place youd ought to Why you wasnt round there least as far as we could In this Porto Rlean thingumbob we thot wed find you sure When we got there youd Itecn like the smooth and wily Boer we asked the gold supporters they thot wed find you there They said they guessed some but they didnt know Just Algcr said he hadnt seen and he shed a bitter tear When ho said youd gone and left him like a sinking ship last When wo visited Mark who was busy nountln he said he couldnt tell tor he did nt know So weve just kep on a huntln till were nearly petered although we thot we had now we llnd were still in If these lines should over reach and youd write us where you Youd confer a goodsized favor on your the We have heard of the man who was between the devil and the deep but the republicans of Kansas who are compelled to choose between Cy Le land and Rats Burton are even in a worse They havent a deep sea on either side and the choice between two of a Major Boyd who wanted the Populist nomination for Secretary of State has switched his boom and will ask for the nomination for The office of Secretary of State was one of those given to the Democrats y the fusion agreement last This action of Major Boyds does away with what might have proved a dis turbing element at the The in their county con vention had the temerity to mention the trusts in a disrespectful What will Marcusanna say Wonder why the republican county convention did not endorse Calderhead for voting against the measure to make United States senators elective by pop ular It is stated that Stanley and wife on their recent tour of the state institutions found live bed For this discovery the gover nors wife received upwards of or about per The Scandia Journal says the de cision that the Court of Visitation is unconstitutional will be a great sav ing in Just watch and see if it If anyone thinks those appoin tees of Stanley will not get their pay he is too green to POSTER LIMBER Estimates furnished en Application lor an kinds of BulldlnftiF LUMBER GOAL We Handle T FARMERS PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE and ALL EASTERN AVhen the populists realized that the people had not adequate protection against exorbitant railroad rates they called a special session of the legisla ture and gave the people a new The republicans hare now declared this law leaving the people more helpless than but instead of calling an extra session the governor throws the responsibility up on What do you think of republican farmer Some years ago the post office de partment discriminated against Print ers a socalled paper issued by a New York advertising and the little papers all over the country pro tested most vigorously against such a Now that same advertising agency is repaying the little papers for their kindness by working all kinds of schemes to prevent their getting cash for foreign Thats what you call gratitude We have received a copy of the Wa thena published by Pool who is now in jail for tell ing a part of the truth about Cy Le land and his It is a pretty fair paper for a republican and still Of course when the republicanJtinues t r hot shot into the county convention resolved in favor of j lajjd crowd retaining possession of all the territory out whether over which the flag of the United amounted to a the institutions BLINDS LIMB CCNCNT All kinds of Building flateria of the very best M i States now it tacit endorsement of of polygamy and slavery in the Sulu Speaking of a vigorous state ad ministration it strikes us that about themost noticeable vigorous thing about it is that displayed by Governor Stanley in keeping away from the state house and Treasurer Grimes in collecting the interest on state money deposited in the Topeka It is an insult to the intelligence of the people of Republic county for body of men to claim that the republi can party is responsible for the im proved condition of business in this It is a claim unsusceptible of proof and unwarranted by any rea sonable We are amazfed that there remain politicians of a class so nearly or followers so dense as to accept such unfounded claims without We are sditor of the Republi can is a Burton man or but if he we recommended that he be put in the dark hole and kept on bread and water till he comes to his None of the great men in the repub lican party even promise any relief from the Instead of so they say trusts are all right and the reason people do not like them is be cause they do not understand them It is the little fellows out here in Kan sas who talk as if the party would an nihilate the The only differ ence between some of these fellows and a young robin that whereas the robin always has its mouth open for the bug furnished by the mother these simple minded republicans not only open their mouths but are compelled to furnish their own bug to ft The Strangest Things Sometimes happen during a In strange things happen nearlysl every The strangest of all is low prices Doyle is selling uptodate furniture So the People Yo can get anything you want in FURNITURE line in any and quality to suit your Registered South Side Nervous Debility Weakness of M BLOOD POISO and all bothi Moil cured when others Book lor Men FREE at sealed or 4 cents in Prompt and Permanent Gut to Mel in all forms of lost del unfltness for business or weak sediment in Ko inconvenience or detention from Symptom blank 1 for men 2 for BLOOD POISON in all stages entirely cured and removed from the i cured In 7 in 8 Stricture oared j line sent under letters taunt Strictly private and confldentia D P I 1 A I C U Presidentof the Chicago Medical Insttti formerly Chicagos leading is date of Rush and Bennett Medical and was formerly President of Anthonys Iff CONSULTATION FREE at office or by Office Hours From t morning from It 00 to It has been reported that Jerry Simpson stated in his speech here that the republican legislature repeal ed the law creating the Court of Vis As a matter of he made ifor anything that could be construed to mean The fellows who are so mighty anxious to find fault with Jerrys speech should confine themselves to the Here is the statement that he made about populist and we repeat it without fear of successful contradiction The populist laws against greedy corpora tions have been ignored by the repub There were delegates in the republic can convention last Saturday that have The resolution passed by the repub lican county convention which states that the populist special session en tailed an expense of over with out any compensation whatever in the way of beneficial is one of the most bare faced Hiisstatements ever embodied in a resoluttpnbyany The Sush incorporation law alone within aieapmote than repaid the cost of the1 extra while it and the state insurancede partmont measure has already put into the state treasury enough to We are pleased to place at the head of our columns this week the nominees of the populist national convention for president and vice William Jennings of and Charles of South We are equally well pleased to place beneath them the name of William the who as representa tive in Congress did as much to reflect honor upon the great state of Kansas as any man ever sent from We shall work untiringly for the elec tion ofthese believing that they represent most nearly the principles of true republicanism and that all of are well fitted to grace the posi tions for which theyhave been nomin ated and to which they will be 618 PMANOIS mean more than throe such Senile If therepublican party remains in power there will be some definite Con gressional legislation in regard to the of so that they shall not interefere with similar competing in Ohio has sounded the key I s TJie have absolute con trol in congress and have been oon tly in session since last Decem and not one law has been pass any way conflicting with the in of the On the other gold trust has been made the new financial law and the and tobacco trusts have been the passage of the IPorto And yet a Kansas editor so credulous af Jo be tt gives The Kind Ton Have Always and which in use for over SO has borne the i and has been niftdei All imitatfomi and JustaigooA Experiments that trifle with and endanger Infante and against WhatlsCASTOI Castorla to a harjnleM robrtitnte ibr Cartor and Soothing It to neither Morphine nor allays it It reltoret Teething OINUINI
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