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   Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming                               ALO VOICE. VOLUME XXIII. BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, MAY 6, t9o5 NUMBKR 2. BUFFALO "IF'T'G MAY 3, JULY I t PRICES DOWN. EDITORIAL UTTERANCES ON AFFAIRS POLITICAL Dry Goods, Boots and Mr. President Howevelt will have a turd nut to crack when ho gets back to Washington from Ms eoj-ote-javkrabbtt- bobcat-bear jstuni In tbe wild west He will co it good and hard on no leas a thing than the dismissal and Indictment of ono of his cabinet ministers. It will bo remembered that some time Ago Attorney-General Moody, at the instance of tbe presi- dent, of former Attor- ney-Genera] Judson Harmon of Cincin- tatt, aod Mr. Frederick N. Judson, a IsLtDguitfbed of St. Louis, to accept a commission from tbe depart- ment of justice fur tbe purpose of in- eailnailug the oharjitm Mr. 'aul Morton, aeurGiary uf tbo navy, (a tie effect that wbeu ne was viue-presi- SEE US AND SAVE MONEY, y-... I V railroad, be was guilty uf entering uto a euiltract witii me Colorado Fuel ftutl Iron company, whereby that- cor- poration would pet certain rebate over that road, thereby putting all competitors out of business and frac- urtng the interstate commerce lair a bole lot. Well, DOW, it seems thin cam bf nation of "Judaons" have done .heir work all loo well. They have uuod good grounds for the indictment >f Mr. Paul Morioo under the inter- state commerce law and the Sherman anti-trust law, and have put, the thing up to ibe attorney general with evi- dence and the facts. It baa wared him half to death, and be baa deferred tbe whole thing untyl the presideot'a re- urn, when be will put the matter up htm and he wilt have to decide whether or not he will ask a member cf cabinet to step duwn and report to federal grand, jury, or ignore the whole facu In tbe case und the evi- dence that proves ibis man in tbe cab- net guilty of a direct violation of the m. Now let us see what this "square deal" president will do. H he i cm ;be testimony that, the men of his own Choosing bring to him, then we may as well make up our minds that all tbis hue and cry, started by himself, anent, JONES STOCKS, UNDERTAKEBS AND- SKILLED EMbALMERS. A full l.iae of I'aaketn, Barial Rolwn and I'nHertjilierV Siupplien of nli Kiuils. Klegam, lieareeo for both adnlu and luuurain. Rvery modern convenience for conducting funerals, inclading the Hew Lowering and the Church Truck, v Enbalning Dong by the Most Approved MM. BXl'HKIKM'KI) Oil. TaneUag te Dangeroiu. Coiuttnt moMnn the kidneys wbiob are kept fo place lo ibt) body by attacbmeata Ttiis is tbe tbat tra velum, trainmen, street car men, tranutera and all who drive very much, suffer from kidney disease io some form. Kidney Cure kidanyd and cures all of'Vidoey and bladder disease. E of I.lm.1. l) "Oonstant flora- lion of tbe eog Ine uaustid me a creat deal of trouble with my ami no r- 'Uf un'H I ue> Po- -alt [DKTt Fogy's Kid- hy Huffalo Phar- NOlil'H A1AIN ST., KLt'FAl.n. Market price paid for butchers stock and produce. SOUTH MAIN BT...............................BUFFALO. WYO. JAS. C, DABLMAN. Prn. ED. Cxnow, J. W. GJUBILI Secy ATnu. LIVE STOCK SALESIEN, BO. OMAHA, CHICAGO. DIRBCTORB: JAHBI DASLKAX. KD. OABOW. t M. Hwramr. ED. CAHOW, OaiUe SeJesnu. TMK TrtUJIHOit, Jm Cuourr, Hot Salesman. OWX HOOIMAJt, Skwp Balesaan, OMAHA, NEBRASKA. F RST-CLASS. titrnUbfti room- mudprn conveniHonen- Z. I. STOCKS, Prop. ul'-y'- Roofjr and Tar contains no ate aud can tafeljr be given to chil- dren. For sale by Buffalo Pbarmuc; THE .CAPITOL Liquor wines and Cigars. The Best of Everything. 7TW1KT.. VRAP lend of the Santa r egrets the part taken by Mr. Hearst's papers ID stopping the looting of the city through the which Lighting Com raiul oner Oakley testi- fied he had signed without contiiltlng anybody but the lighting trust 'a agenti which tbe major himself a wore hf was not consulted about and which he now repudiates, though John Oakley Is still commleslouer of lighting of New York City. Now, all tbis presages a tight next fall, with tbe Hoarai papera lined tip aeainat Tammany ball and Its candidates, anti democrats are worried over the pros- pect. They have come to appreciate the fact tbat Hearst, is a lighter and have as aa object leifton the late fltfbt In tbe cit> of Chicago with all the other seven of the city against him, and a till he won out Look out for a battle In New York. There seems to be a growing con lion throughout tbe country tbat this whole matter of railway rate legislation is a big bluff being played by the re- publican members of congress, who are wedded to a protective tariff. Tbat the Escb-Townaand bill was passed by the republican members of the lower bouse an a means to allay agitation Is well known. They knew the senators would hold It up and strangle it, for the time being at least. The senate did aa was expected. That gmve them a chance to sound public opinion and find tbe belt stategic ground for the future. It was all a comfort for the "stand pat" tariff men. It diverted at- tention from the tariff revision that the republicans bad promised, tbat Roose- velt demanded, and on which a score or more members were elected to con- gress last fall. The protected indus- tries saw their opportunity. They joined ID an hysterical and hypocritical howl for railroad regulation, although most of them were beneficiaries of whatever railroad rebate system was in existence. They are clamorous still. "The railroads can take of FOR CAMP SPPPLIE STOVES, GRANITE WARE, LAMPS AND TENTS AND TARPS. GUNS, POWDER AND AMMUNITION, GRIND STONES, SHEEP SHEARS AND EVERYTHING TO FIT YOU OUT COMPLETE, We will have a Car of Barb W in about Ten Days. railroad legislation and anti-rebate said one of their spokes- Oghts, ia folderoi_and tommy rot, dug up for tbe purpose of throwing sand in tbe eyes of tbe people. a chance. Let's give him Sad news comes out of Ohio. The indications are that the HOD. Chas. H. (irosvenor, after completing tbe twen- tieth year of his congressional ser- vice, is to know Washington no more. An Important district committee, we learn, has got out of band, aud is hie no longer. His constituency has stood by him through all tbe louchiotr vieiei- tudes of jilfl stormy career. It wept with him over the a Macks of rascally mugwump jjuroais and noivppaper men aud rejoiced with htm when bis fake book venture, Die Lives of the Presi- dents, broug-ht him that fat check of 11.001} from J P. Morgan Hid voters have applauded hid incessant attacks the service and all its They have apparently ap- proved all his spreadeagleinm, his ex- tantrums, his tearful devoiion men, "and we can throw tbis rate reg- ulation sand in the of tariff forming congressmen until they can't see anything else." The people are like sheep. They follow any bell-wether with a loud bell on Its neck. They have joined in rate regulation hue and cry and are yelling themselves hoarse over it, par- ticularly in tbe west. It is all very much of a humbug from a republican standpoint, It strikes as. What has become of tbe Towa Idea? Have tho promises of tariff reform been forgot- ten ID tbe noise surrounding this new hogey? Are being diverted from tbe crying need of tariff reform and unwittingly being made tools of by the gormandizing tariff protected trusts and robbers? Have these great robbers been forgotten in the aftor the potty larconcy men? Meantime the tariff-protected trust magnates are standing by, laughing at the plight of tbe railroad men and shouting "Sic 'em, to the pub- lic, which seems to have forgotten that i it is tariff robbery that costs the people to the American iUif. And DOW. in bid j raanv times at much as anything they old asje. thev turn htm out to or evPr ton through the misdeeds of the mUi-oari managers. LPI'H amp anti tbtok a mlnuie. to s-ll m-.x u, p ijo-i.. or djfiiiti i-i his Vi 'ii TL "ll- i if I jtiifD utfitiii .f in" oe ipld'SdD'j We bear the news of GroaFenor'e threatened retirement with a certain amount of sorrow. We will lose a pet bete ooir. Wo will be deprived of further opportunities, high- ly valued in ibo past, to expose a po- litical sham, an arrant and pretentious humbug. Grosvenor baa tn his person and in bin policies no nearly represent- ed everything censurable ID polltuial life an to be almost Indispensable as a horrible example (if what a man ought not tn be. Tbe fight DOW being made by HOD. William Randolph Hearst, of New York, against tho lighting trust of that city has begun to attract 'hi attention Is a if i tan on being usfid to pull tariff chestnuts out of tbe Ore? everywhere, aod it Is beplonlnir iu tho pbwe of an Issue that will be far-reaching in the near future. These A Little Baggy. Remarks made by Horace Greelej on discovering' a bedbug on tbe hotel later, while rezlfttratering at a hotel In Tombstone, Arizona: "I've traveled from the pine-clad hills of Maine to where the meek-eyed maiden of the 'sunny south' bathPei her Uoy feet In the Gulf of Mexico, and from the turbulent of the Au lantlc to where the waters of the Pa- cific kiss the golden shores of Califor- nia I hare traveled all over the United States and of Now Jersey, visiting the principal cities and seeing natural curingttitut -the Ni- Arnrfi f.tlU, the natural bridge of Vlr- gipia, sod tbe mammoth cave of Ken- tucky. I have seen the 'iUr In the eut' that guided the wise men ol neihehera to tho place where Chrlot leaders of the party recoffnize tbe fart tbat Mr. Hearst, Jtlngle-handcd and alone, In waifine on k giant mon- opoly to thf city of York aod thst bo hat brought U to lu knees. Some of them who sneered at him lam year are DOW acknowledging ureai icr- to the cause of the people nre be- derfooi1 from the ginning lo uke back some of tho thine" i they then nlrt about him. Tho thing Forrnt Scrip. wu born, and I have stood on the sum mil of reHk looked donro or the firmament and plaini below, but never In all my travels bare I stopped at a ho tot where bedbujfi came down to nco the number of the room assigned to an utiBUipectlDg and thai moct loiomu tbe politick I Istrtcru of the partr IB the impending fight for T for tale and immediate de- livery wroe n rent rioted forect reserre HENRY JACOBS, Manager. Youu EYE ON Tins Srii'K OCCIDENTAL HOTEL O. N. QUICK CO., Prop Courteous Treatment and Strictly First-Class Service, Trade of the Local and Traveling! Public Solicited. MAHAFFEY Furniture, Novelty Goods, Etc, PHONE 18, Buffwlo, nnn fall lo oH x'flfi. ohasad from Hit A Uwwa In Health kidneys the Impurities from tbe blood, and ooleM tbsy do this food Is Impossible. Folsy'i Kidney Cure makes sound kldnsys sod (rrner Her Yorlt atrt tho probahhr -Parfftc Railroad company, tbe title la atUfrde of Hcartt psprrs toward Tammany hall and Its It will be rtmemberc-d that In the lait (Team pipers rcrc the only ooes that supported McClellan and tbe Tammaoy hall candidates, and (Kwltlnl; all forms of kldi.rr thrj onr ths cwmbfofd oppo.ll.lon tai Utdiltr It strsnfihrns of all ihs other ne'ipapen to tho clu wbnl. srswm. sals bj BoTslo'ot Ynrk. from tbis U mat Jadfsd thstCtirlM P. Murpbr which hat been approved by the Ltnd Office Department In advance of selec- tion. Il li tbe bent forest reserve scrip on the market and I can furnish It lo tncu of 40 acrei or larger quantities ALVIM T. CLARK, Attorney, Ruffalo, Wyoming. The Voice Priitt tfte Km, Manufaturers of and Dealers in HIGH 6RADE FLOUR, MILL FEED AND BRAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT F. O. 8. HBSSK, President. In Conntx'tlon wltli tlif Mill. n. r. Sfrrf IRn. A. LEGGE1T Msnaeer. DR. W. E. HUFFMAN, DENTIST. (Office In Myert Reward .i SP paid for recovery of one lirandeil F M on left shoulder, .W and til horses branded Place In pisinre and notify H. A, WYOMIXO. Wright, Wjn.   

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