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   Belleville Freeman (Newspaper) - June 14, 1900, Belleville, Kansas                                 I  ■ ■■  I *  rrWr?*  • ч  . АГ V  V i  “A GOVERNMENT OP THE PEOPLE. ВТ ТНК PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE.”  YOL. XXII.  BELLEVILLE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1900.  NO 49.  Union Pacific Time Table.  Pass. trat û leave« àeoom. "    “  PM*. Ars  à eco m. Ars.  К AST.  8:М *.m. Еж. Randa; 2:00 p. m. Ex. 8undty  T e io p. m. Ex. Sonda; 12:30 p. m Ex. 8unday W.O. DUNN, agent.  POPULIST TICKET.  Rock island Time Table.  PASSENGERS LEAVE K. C. LINE.  No. 10 No. 12 .  No. 16  No. 56, local freight  PASSENGERS OMAHA LINE  8:45 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 11:10 p. m. 10:30 a. m.  No. 8  No. 18, 'ocal passenger No.6, through No. 54, local freight  WEST BOUND.  4:20 a. m. 10-35 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 2:45 p. m.  For President,  WILLIAM J. BRYAN.  For Vice President,  CHARLES A. TOWNE.  For Congressman, 5th District, WILLIAM D. VINCENT.  5:45 p.m.  As an evidence of how small a man may be elevated to the presidency, read some of S. Grover Cleveland’s recent interviews.  No. 17. local passenger  No. 5, through passenger stops st Msn  kato andSmith    Center onl;    6.15    p.    m.  No 9    11-45    p.    m.  No. 53, local freight     1045     *•     m -  SOCIETY DIRECTORY.  CHURCHES.  CHRISTIAN CHURCII, C. Henderson, Pastor. Regular services every Lord s dftj as follows: Sunday School at 10 a. m.; Preach ing at 11 a. m and 7:30 p m ; Prayermeetlng every Wednesday evening at ..30 p. m.  Christian Endeavor 6:30  E  PI9COPALÇKURCH, W. B.FaulkDeria; reader. Services every Sabbath at 11 a m.  EPISCOPAL. CHURCH, Rev 1*1 Hutchins Pastor, Preach Uft. “*• *“® 7:30 p. m , Bunday; Sunday Behool 10 a. m.* er meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.  jyj^ETHODl8T  SCIENCE, Regular services  Now if the republicans will just set that brand-new second hard trust law r  of theirs in operation and make the steel combine open up some of those mills, they can probably get some votes from the thousands of idle mill men in various parts of the country. They are going to need all they can get this fall» too.  Gov. Stanley, believing that Parsons could control more votes than Clay Center, ordered the new asylum to be built at the former place. “  The cries of those starving people of India, will we believe, in the ears of a just God, sound the death knell of the nation that is responsible for their suffering, and the sight of their emanciat-ed and shrunken forms presage the decay that ought to come to those whose greed has brought this horror upon them.  The sort of “benevolent assimilation” going on in the Philippines is well expressed in a letter received this week from Manila. Among other things the letter says:    “After two  years of American reign in Manila, people are harder driven to make a living than ever before.” “The curse of military despotism has about worn the people of Manila out.” That is the way the “subjects” of one of our “colonies” feels toward the government. —The Western Advocate.  FOSTER LUMBER GO.  Estimate* Furnished on Application for all kinds of  Buildings'  LUMBER GOAL....  AND  We’ll bet a ten dollar dog that if Billy Bush was secretary of State the corporations would show more respect for the new incorporation law. ^  Every time that man G. C. Clemens gets a chance he demonstrates that he is pretty cheap material. He fooled some people quite a while though.  GovSStanley talks about maintaining the Hag in honor wherever it has been planted. The governor and his friends are cited to the Sulu agreement, the violated compact with the Filipinos, the Porto Rican tariff and the Havana post office. If the governor had talked about maintaining the flag without regard to honor he would not have appeared so ridiculous.  BchoolatlO a. m. The generalpubli clscor-  SK’"? O. o“f h“T.“oÄ? 1   Batik.  There is no use in wasting sympathy on a willful criminal. A man who will violate one law is morally mean enough to violate others and most of them do so.  IAPT1ST CHURCH rev. G«o.  > Pastor. Preaching Sunday *t U ìldo. and 8 — Sabbath schooI_»t 9:4o a. m B. Y. P. U on _    at    8:00 p. m ~  at 8:00.' A cordial  p.m. eaooain bcuwi n.-r^ «*. — _  Monda* *t 8:00 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday — ' invitation is extended to all.  Stanley waited altogether too long to interfere in the Big Four strike His contemptible indifference to the injustice of the coal companies will help to break his political back.  Presbyterian church. Rev. w. w.  Kilpatrick, pastor. Preaching each Sabbath *tll*. m.anclHp. m S\hhath School 10 a! m.; Mission Band 4 p. m. I raytr meeting 8 p. ni. Wednesday evening.  SOCIETIES.  Grand army of the »Еривглс-юьп  Brown Post No. 44—Meets the 2nd  an 4 4th Baturdavs of every month at 2 p. m. in Deal ■  Bali. Visiting comrades always walcome.  C. A. KeRTHRVP. Adjt.    D.    С. BAKXB, t . t/.  GALIFORNIA  The last session of congress demon strated one fact very clearly, and that is that the lower house can get along somehow without a czar, and in fact with practically no one in the speaker’s chair.  With great apparent relish some republican papers announce "the overthrow of the Transvaal republic. Another evidence of growing imperialistic sentiment among the followers Mark Hanna.  In the apportionment of state of-licers by the State committees, the Populists were given the State Auditor and the best condidate named is H. N. Boyd, of Belleville, Republic county, up in the 5th district, and that he must be good is best shown by his having not only the endorsement of their Pop county convention but also the Democratic convention. He is an old soldier and formerly Assistant Adjutant General of this state. "Would be a good campaigner and an honor to the office. —Hays City Free Press.  We Handle MAITLAND, ROBINSON, FARMERS’ LUMP, PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE and ALL EASTERN COALS.  8Д8Н.  DOORS  BLINDS  UML  GtMENT  POSTS.  All kinds of Building flaterla of the very best quality....  5. M. LUDWIGK, M¿r.  The republican who can get any satisfaction out of the returns from Oregon, is easily satisfied. Normanly Oregon is a good strong republican state, and while the state officers and both congressmen were elected by the republicans their average majorities were materially reduced, and the republicans have not had as small a majority in the legislature for twenty years. ~  George McNeice, who was clamoring so loudly for Aguinaldo’s scalp about a year ago, is now pronouncing anathemas upon this government for the kind of civilization it has taken to its island possessions. It is rather hard on the natives, but if the result opens the eyes of men who were unable to reason from cause to effect, then the Philippine crime shall not have been _ wholly in vain.  Kansas’ insurance department turned into the state treasury last year the sum of *100,580.24. In making mention of this fact you can hardly expect republican newspapers to give any credit to the populist party, which at the special session of 1898 passed the law which taxed the insurance companies and made this handsome revenue possible. Before another legislature convenes in Kansas, this act of the special session will have added nearly *200,000 to the revenues of the state—and the entire expense of that special session was less than *30,000. Even if the court of visitation law was declared unconstitutional by the republican judges of the supreme court, there still remains a great deal to the credit of tne special session.—Kansas Populist.  The :' -Strangest Things ....  Sometimes happen during a cyclone. In fact, strange things happen nearly every day. The strangest of all is the low prices J. M. Doyle is selling his up-to-date furniture  'Щт  *  So the People Say.  Registered Undertaker  о  Yo can get .anything you want in the FURNITURE line in any quantity and in quality to suit your taste.  J. M. DOYLE,  South Side Square.  The Philippine war is becoming unpopular, and comparatively few sol-  Broad Vestibuleo First-Class Sleepers DAILY.....  Between CMcap & San Francisco  WITHOUT CHANGE VIA  The Hays City Free Press speaks of “Belleville, Washington county.” Never mind the county, old man, everybody knows where Belleville is. and that it is one of the best towns of its size in sunny Kansas.   0 f I diers when term of enlistment expires re-enter the service. Over 100 soldiers are being discharged every week, and the shortage now exceeds 3,500. Recruiting stations are being established at all points throughout the country where men are likely to be secured, but enlistments are slow and the deficiency increases daily. Manhattan Republic.  Kansas farmers should see to it that every pound of state made twine is used this year, not only as an encouragement for the scheme, but because the twine is just as good and cheaper than that made by the trust.  Leave «'uiaha on Big 5 at 130 O. m  All the best scenery of the Rock M o utltains  and the Sierra Nevada by day-llgot in both  directions.  These ca.s are carried o« the limited  Dock Island Route, Dearer ana Kio Giai.de (Scenic Route), Rio Grande Western and Southern Pacific.  Dining Car Service Through.  Buffet Librar Cars.  JOHN SEBASTIAN,  E 1 AT^xSka Kb Q.P.AT.A., Chicago 111. A.O.P AT.A. lopexa ».a  A republican said to us the the other day, “I never voted for a democrat or a populist in my life, but if Abraham Lincoln was a republican then McKinley is not, and he will not get my vote this year.—The Western Advocate.  June 2nd the lower house of Congress passed a clean sweeping, broad guage anti-trust bill with only one solitary dissenting vote, which knocks to atoms the demo-pop thunder-mug on trusts. Oh, what will the Bryanites do now?—Ex.  What will they do? Why they will laifeh at such fellows as you for your credulity and defy you to show a single instance where that law has been successfully invoked against any trust. That’s what the demo-pops will do.  SAY, PAPA.  The Scandia Journal man’s credulity is only equaled by his imagination. He either believes Miat the farcical attempt by congress to pass that “antitrust” amendment was done with honest intent, or he imagines all his readers are fools. No one believes it to have been an honest attempt to correct the trust evil. The fact that it was left till the very eve of adjournment, that it was opposed by rej(tfJ)licnn9 of recognized ability, that it was brought up at a time when there was barely a quorum present, and last but not least, that such an amendment has not yet been shown to be necessary, proves beyond question that the whole thing was a grand stand play and a scheme to catch votes. The people, friend Kimball, are not to be fooled by any such claptrap as that. They know who has had control of congress for the past four years. They know, too, that if only two republicans bad been opposed to that little trick it could easily have been passed over the combined vote of the populists and democrats, and they know that Mark Hanna, who is the “whole thing” in the republican party, says that trusts are all right, anyhow.  Neryons Debility! Weakness of Men!  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Sunday  morning from 11:00 to 12:30.    __  CHICAGO MEDICAL-  518 FRANCIS ST.. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.  A gentleman named Sulzer, of New York, a candidate for Vice President on the democratic ticket, must think we have a good deal of influence w T ith the democracy. He sends us one of his congressional speeches every few days.  Ger-  A-27-1900.  SUMMER EXCURSIONS  VIA  mm  It is really too bad that some of the long-distance patriots who are howling about the flag in the Philippines could not be induced to go and help keep it iere. But they will never do it. They •e not constructed according to that specification.  PlCTOl  The Union Pacific will place in effect on June 21, July 7 to 10 inc., July 18 and August 2nd, Summer Excursion rates of  ;     .    (,  One Fare For Round Trip  plus *2.00 from« Kansas and Nebraska  points  TG  DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUEBLO, OGDEN AND SALT LAKE  TICKETS GOOD FOR RETURN UNTIL OCTOBER 3IST.  There are hardly enough strikes in the country to suit the party of disorder and discontent.—Scandia Journal.  Well, Brother McKinley, who represents the party that is causing “disorder and discontent” will probably give the Journal man some more, if he is not satisfied.  ‘Say, Papa, why do so many mans come to this country?”  ‘ It is because of our glorious republican institutions, my son. The poor people over there are ground down by an enormous tax of *186,000,000 to sustain a useless standing army, while here w r e depend upon our citizen soldiers in times of trouble. We are the free—”  “But say, papa, I was just reading in the Kansas City Journal that the war appropriation in this country last year was over *250,00Q,000. This is almostj double the tax that grinds down the poor Germans. Don’t you ”  “Oh, run out and play with sister, I am very busy now.”—Fort Scott Lantern.  WOULD BE MOCKERY NOW.  The republicans of Kansas, through their representative Gov. Stanley, have lain down on the propositipn to control railroads by state legislation. They say it must be done by the general government and yet they are trying to make capital out of the fact that the courts have declared the populist law unconstitutional. This is about as consistant as the average republican is But it doesn’t matter much what the republicans think, for, the next legislature will be populist and it will pro-  When the Court of Visitation law was declared unconstitutional, the republican press all over the state gleefully said “pops can’t make a law that will stand in the courts.” They dolefully declare that the people are at the mercy of (he railroads because of pop-made laws. Now that Judge Hook a republican-^has declared a certain part of the prohibitory law—a republican measure—unconstitutional and left the people at the mercy (?) of the Whiskey Trust not a protest is heard. On the other hand those same fellows use the fact that whiskey houses can now send * that drummers into the state to solicit orders as an argument for a return to the onen saloon policy. They do not w r rite  One of the most frequently quoted extracts from the speeches of Mr. Bryan is that wherein he comments on the following letter w ritten by President Lincoln to a Mrs. Biby, of Boston under date of November 21, 1864.  I have been shown in the files of the war department a statement of the adjutant General of Massachusetts, that you are the mother of five sons who died gloriously on the field of battle.  I feel how w r eak and fruitless must be any words of mine wTiich should attempt to declaim to you on the grief of a loss so overwhelming; but I cannot refrain from tendering to you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the republic they died to save. I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice on the alter of freedom.  Yours very sincerely and respectfully, Abraham Lincoln.  Mr. Bryan says of this: “\ouwill search literature in vain for a more beautiful expression .of sympathy. Republicans, imperialists, I want you to «prepare a letter to be sent by the president to some sorrowing mother tqlling that you think the trade some syn-ate will get will be worth the blood her sons spent in the purchase of Try it if you dare! Mock a mother’s sufferings if you dare! 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