Belleville Freeman, May 17, 1900

Belleville Freeman

May 17, 1900

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Belleville Freeman (Newspaper) - May 17, 1900, Belleville, Kansas \ '; JSelleville ifteeman. ..........'—i . — „ ,, и iiiMaiai- govebnmbht of the people, bt the people and fob THE PEOPLE.»’ YOL. XXII. BELLEVILLE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900 NO, 45. Union Pacific Time Table. Ptoa. trai» 1еятев àeoom. "    “ hm. A». Aocom. An. -    8:55    a.n».    Ex.    Sunday 2:00 p. m. Ex. Sunday WR9T 510 p. m. Ex. Sunday 12:30 p. m Ex. 8nnday W.O. DÜNN, agent. Rock Island Time Table PASSEN8ERS LEAVE K. С POPULIST TICKET. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. For Vice President, CHARLES A. TOWNE. No. 10 No. 12 No. 10 No. 55, local freight PA8SESGERS OMAHA LINE LINE. 3:45 a. m. 11:00 «. m. 11:10 p. m. 10:30 a. m. 4:20 a. m. 10-35 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 2:45 p. m. N0. 8 No. 18, looxl paeeenger No. 6. through •’ No. 54, local freight WEST BOUND. No. 17. local paeeenger    5:«    P*m- No. 6, through peaeenger stops at Man- ketoandSmith Center only    n'45    p.' m'. No. 53, local freight    1®*45 *• m- For Congressman, 5th District, WILLIAM D. VINCENT. BOYD FOR AUDITOR. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. /CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Rer Pitcher Pastor (/There will he regular serricee eTe,T    * Day at the Christian church as follows. School at 10 a. m.; Preaching at 11a„ m.7;30 and p w: Prayer meeting every Wednesday at/..» p. Christian Endeavor 6:30 ra.ÂiÆws'ïîî.ï M Major H. N. Boyd, whose county gave him a unanimous endorsement for Auditor of State at the County Convention on May 5th. was born at Bristol Pa., in 1845, of Quaker parents When seven years of age he moved with his parents to Illinois and in 1861 at the first call for troops, enlisted in Company L 7th Illinois. His military record cannot be given better, perhaps, than to use the words of one of his own officers as follows : Webster City, Iowa, Nov. 22, 1896. Hon. J. W. Leedy, Gov.-elect Kansas. Dear Sir :— I noticed in the Tope- Mr. Facing Everywhichway We’ve been huntin’ you McKinley, but we don’t know where you air; When we clap our fingers on you, why we flrni you’re never there.    . When we hunted through the tariff, In tue place you’d ought to be, Why you wasn’t’round there nowhere, least as far as we could see. In this Porto Rican thingumbob we tho’t we’d When*we got1there you’d been trekking, like the smooth and wily Boer; So we asked the gold supporters if* they tno t. we’d find you there; They said they guessed so, some place, nut they didn’t know just where. Alger said he hadn’t seen you, and he shed a Whenbosaid you’d gone and left him like a sinking ship last year. When we visited Mark Hanna, who was busy countin’ pelf,    ..    .    , Why, he said he couldn’t tell us, for he didn’t know himself. So we’ve just kep’ on a huntin’ ’till we re nearly petered out, And, although we tho’t we had you, now we find we’re still in doubt.    . If these lines should ever reach you, and you’d write us where you be. You’d confer a good-sized favor on your Mends. the G. O. P portlana Oregonian. The republicans, in their county con vention had the temerity to mention the trusts in a disrespectful manner What will Marcusanna say? KTHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Hutchins Pastor, Pre«h at 11 a. m 7:30 p. m . 8unday; Sunday School 10 a. m.. «T meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. , and pray- ...... Wonder    why    the    republican    county ka State Journal that my oíd army 1 convention did not endorse Calderhead comrade, H. N. Boyd, of Belletille, I ^ yoting against the measure to make Kansas, was an applicant for the posi- Uid gtates senators elective by pop tion of Adjutant General of Kansas. wniwsu ^ In aid of his application I take the jular vote, to address you a few words in We have heard of the man who was between the devil and the deep sea, but the republicans of Kansas who are compelled to choose between Cy Iceland and J. Rats Burton are even in a worse fix. They haven’t a deep sea on either side and the choice lies between two of a kind. ^_ Major H. N. Boyd who wanted the Populist nomination for Secretary of »State has switched his boom and will ask for the nomination for Auditor. The office of Secretary of State was one of those given to thfe Democrats by the fusion agreement last February This action of Major Boyd’s does away with what might have proved a disturbing element at the conventions. —Kansas Democrat.___ When the populists realized that the people had not adequate protection against exorbitant railroad rates they called a special session of the legislature and gave the people a new law. The republicans hjure now declared this law unconstitutional, leaving the people more helpless than ever, but instead of calling an extra session the governor throws the responsibility upon congress. What do you think of that, republican farmer? FOSTER LUMBER GO. Estimates furnished on Application аПГ ■ of for all kinds of Buildings* LUMBER GOAL.... 'ЛЯ AND We Handle MAITLAND, ROBINSON, FARMERS’ LUMP, PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE and ALL EASTERN COALS. SASH. BOORS BLINDS LIME GEMENT POSTS. All kinds of Building rtaterla of the very best quality.... E. M. EUDWIGK, Mgr. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, each Sabbath at 11 a. m. Regular services and Sunday School at 10 a. m. The general public is cordially invited to attend an I. O. O. F services. Bank. y and all of these Hall, over National B' »APT1ST CHURCH. Rev. Gbo. M. Adams, Pastor. Preaching Sunday at 11 m. and 8 u m Sabbath school at 9;45 a. m B. Y. P. U on fconday at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8:00. A cordial invitation is extended to all EMBYTEMAN CHUKOH-Jtev. w w. liberty (tUWAWV» __— — iaT war.“»FSiuSd    I    It    is    stated    that    Gov.    Stanley    and when a mere boy in Co. L 7th Reg-> I wife on their recent tour of the state Ills. Cavalry, in the latter part of ¡n8titutions found eight real live bed August 1861 and served co^nliL7 (buirs For this discovery the gover-nn HI discharged in November 1865, ougs. rw    * over four year!, and when not absent „or’s wife rece.ved upwards of $.0, or by reason of wounds was present with J about $9 per bug his Company and Regiment in nearly the battles and raids that made T*XVKlipatrick" pastor. Preaching ^ch Sabbath at 11 a. m and S p. m School 10 a. m.4 Mission Baad 4 p. i meeting 8 p. m! Wednesday evening SOCIETIES. GKAMn ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC—-John Brown Poat No. 44—Meets the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month at 2 p. m. in Deal Hali. Visiting comrades »1 way a w    p c C. A. Northrop, Adjt. D. u. bakkk, that regiment famous in the annals of The Scandia Journal says the de the war.    cision that the Court of Visitation is He was twice wounded once nearly unconstitutional will be a great sav-fatally so, a Minie ball striking him    salaries    Just watch and see if nearthe Pr“ne thinks those appoin He was also prisoner of war for tees of Gov. Stanley will not get their some time and suffered the hardships j pay be is too green to burn and privations incidental to war pris- full^ say of him that under all ci rcum-1 of course when the    .    ______r-- stances and conditions he bore his part count_ conVention resolved in favor of j land crowd. We are not able t readyUfor d'uty a^ompt TooS’or-1 retaining possession of all the territory j ^ whether the editor of the Republi ders. The Strangest Things Some years ago the post office department discriminated against Printers’ Ink, a so-called paper issued by a New York advertisiug agency, and the little papers all over the country protested most vigorously against such a decision. 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 advertising. That’s what you call gratitude (?)__ We have received a copy of the W a thena Republican,^published by Pool Grinstead, who is now in jail for telling a part of the truth about Cy Le-land and his gang. It is a pretty fair paper for a republican paper, and still republican continues to pour hot shot into the Le- te make over BROKEN BRICK-A-BRACS. Mr. Major, the famous cement man, New York, explains some very interesting facts use this standardUrtl- cle know that it is many bettor than other cements for whlcn similar cfaims are made, hut a great many do not know why. The simple reason is that Mr. Major uses the best materials ever discovered and other manufacturers do not use them, because they are too expensive and do not allow large profits. Mr._M»ipr^telbU!sjthat which the flag of the United Of the many men who joined that) states ndw floats, it amounted to a .    .. v------tadt endorsement of the institutions ly in color and’odor by the addition of cheap “ikSÄftal. at lift«- cents and twenty-five cents a bottle, a^jrhena dealer AnV1 dealer1 ought to make on any cement. An/i is doubly true in view of thu fuct that each dealer gets his share of the^nefit of Mr Majors advertising, which now amounts to over    vi.0«™'throug tLp country. Established in Insist on having Major’s. Don t accept an> offhanded advice from a druggist. If vou are at all haudy (and you will be likelv to find that you are a good deal more so than you imagine) you can repair your rubber boots and family shoes and anj other rubber and leather articles, with Major s Rubber Oe-mftnt and Major’s Leather Cement* And you will be surprised at how many dollars a year you will thus save. If your druggist can t supply you, it will forwarded by man; either kind, r ree postage. H. LUTES, Homeopathic Physician. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. BELLEVILLE, К AS Prof. T. C. Porter, ....Magnetic Healer. lkdy bssisthnt. Office and residence second house south.of M. E. church. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Belleville, Kansas.    *    _ Ms DR. TERRILL’S MAN-RESTORER. I> Registered in the Patent Office, and Is a New Method Treatment and Permanent Cure for LOST MANHOOD. m Power in either sex for seminal emissions. *■ -—u the Nervous System, inOic a ted in N euroses, Men. tal Overwork, Sexual Debility and Impotency. ШDDCffiAD17'D Differs from all other prepa--nDDlwttBII rations as it does not cause them to a STRONG AND HEALTHY CONDITION PACKAGE CONTAINS ONE MONTH’S TREATMENT PRICE« $6.00 GUARANTEED ails; a company in its long period of service at the front, I can recall no one who served his country more patriotically than Sergeant H. N. Boyd. Yours Respectfully, James Price. (Late 1st Lieut. Co. L. 7th Ills. Cav.) Mr. Boyd was a republican till after the Presidential election in 1876, when believing that Mr. Tilden was legally elected and defrauded of his office, he abandoned the Republican party. He moved to Kansas from Iowa in 1878. He homesteaded in Phillips county, and in 1880 established a paper at Logan known as The Freeman, in politics a greenback paper. In 1886 he was elected to the Kansas legislature as a Greenbacker, carrying Phillips county by 160 majority, while John A. Martin, the Republican candidate for governor carried the county by over 500. In 1890 he moved the paper to Republic county While several times a candidate on Greenback and Union Labor tickets when defeat was certain, he never but once asked for an office, which was at Abilene in 1896, where he was defeated by a narrow margin. He served as Assistant Adjutant General under Governor Leedy and made hosts of friends among his old comrades and the young soldiers of the Spanish American war. For twenty-five years he 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 stood. His county and old time friends stood by hirr| 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 Auditor, beleiving that in Major Boyd we have one who never swerved to the right or the left or betrayed a trust. Emmett Keith, Chairman. I. O. Savage, Secretary. Republic County Populist Central Committee. On Saturday, May 12, the Democrats in County Convention also gave him their unanimous endorsement. of polygamy and slavery in the archipelago. Sulu Speaking of a “vigorous” state administration it strikes us that about the most 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 banks. can is a Burton man or not, but if he is, we recommended that he be put in the dark hole and kept on bread and water till he comes to his senses Sometimes happen during a cyclone. In fact, strange things happen nearly every day. The strangest of all is th© low prices J. M. Doyle is selling his up-to-date furniture So the People Say. Yo can get anything you want in the FURNITURE line in any quantity and in quality to suit your taste. J. M. DOYLE, <» Registered Undertaker.    Soutli    Side    Square. It is an insult to the intelligence of the people of Republic county for any body of men to claim that the republican party is responsible for the im proved condition of business in this country. It is a claim unsusceptible of proof and unwarranted by any rea sonable deduction. We are amazied that there remain politician? of a class so nearly obsolete, or followers so dense as to accept such unfounded claims without protest. None of the great men in the republican party even promise any relief from the trusts. Instead of so doing, they say trusts are all right and the reason people do not like them is because they do not understand them. It is the little fellows out here in Kansas who talk as if the party would annihilate the trusts. The only difference between some of these fellows and a young robin is, that whereas the robin always has its mouth open for the bug furnished by the mother bird, these simple minded republicans not only open their mouths but are compelled to furnish their own bug to swallow. _ - We are pleased to place at the head of our columns this week the nominees of the populist national convention for president and vice president, William .— t>  cf Nebraska, and Hervons Debility! Weakness of Men! STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, BLOOD POISON and all Chronic. Blood, Nervous    or*^t cured when others tail. No inconvenience or detention from business. Symptom BLOOD POISON in all stages entirely cured and removed from the system- 3L. envelope. StricUy priv.te aod conMen«.l.    theCh,wo    Mcdica, DR. E. J    BSSyKSS: d:15 p- in. Son*., morning from 11:00 to 12:30.    _ t    —t— t t~T~T~ »    MEDICAL.    INSTITUTE, 618 FBANOIS St., ST. JOSEPH, M1SSOUR . It has been reported that Jerry Simpson stated in his speech here that the republican legislature repealed the law creating the Court of V is-itation. As a matter of fact, he made no such statement, nor anything that could be construed to mean that. The fellows who are so mighty anxious to find fault with Jerry’s speech should confine themselves to the truth. Here is the statement that he ^ made about populist laws, and we repeat it without fear of successful contradiction : “The populist laws against greedy corporations have been ignored by the republicans.” Jennings Bryan, Charles A. Towne, of South Dakota. We are equally well pleased to place beneath them the name of William D. Vincent, the man, who as representative in Congress did as much to reflect honor upon the great state of Kansas as any man ever sent from this district. We shall work untiringly for the election of these men, believing that they represent most nearly the principles of true republicanism and that all of them are well fitted to grace the positions for which they have been nominated and to which they will be elected. ST There were delegates in the republi can convention last Saturday that have said as mean things about Stanley as any populist could say, and men who would do everything they could do to turn him down in the state convention and yet they endorsed the “present vigorous, The resolution passed by the repub lican county convention which states that the populist special session entailed an expense of “over $40,000 without any compensation whatever in the way of beneficial legislation,” is one of the most bare faced misstatements ever embodied in a resolution by any convention. The Bush incorporation law alone has within a vear more than repaid the cost of thè extra session, while it and the state insurance department measure has already put into the state treasury enough to pay for more than three such sessions. Gentle men, it gives us pleasure to meet you on such propositions, and we shall froiq time to lime produce the figures show that such statements as tained in the resolution to on- If the’ republican party remains in power there will be some definite Con-gressional legislation in regard to the control of trusts, so that they shall not interefere with similar eQ1«Pfiing m_ dustries. Ohio has sounded the keynote.—Rily Regent. The republicans have absolute control in congress and have been constantly in session since last December, and yet not one law has been passed in any way conflicting with the interests of the trusts. On the other hand the gold trust has been made solid by the new financial law and the sugar and tobacco trusts have been served in the passage of the Porto .Rican tariff. And yet a Kansas editor has been found so credulous as to believe that if the republicans can keep control of things another term they will restrict the trusts ! The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which ^ been in use for over 30 years, has borne the and has been made under bis passoirai supervision since its infancy* .    ###____  Allow    no one to deceive you in this* All Counterfeits, Imitations and « Just-as-go^” are bnfe Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health oT Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment, What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is contains neither Opium, Morphine nor    Ni substance. Its age is its guarantee.    _a «mi allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Consti and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulat Stomach and Bowels, giving heaithy and natural The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA »>■*' Signature ж ;