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•uc.e that tariff schedules ars » tv C
things which must not be disturbed by
profane bands. The appeals of th«
lieople are regarded as 'unreasonable
Meeting cf Many Prominent clamor* and must not lie listened to,
much less grunted.
D1ÈD tN AGONY.
• Democrats la lLw York.
Belong t<> that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that
“We believe in borne rule for states
— Her hair catching lit e from a gas jet cause more genuine tardily discomfort and worry than nil other known
The federal government should be kepi
within its own proper sphere. It should caused the death of festher Dowie, the daughter ot the noted diseases. The impurities or sediment« which collect in the system becimse
DAVID B. L.' ’3
iSO SPEEOJ assume no questionable jurisdiction fonnder of “Zion.” The voting woman died in great agony, as of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys ami other organs of elimination are
over matters peculiarly and Inherently her father refused to ha ve an v treatment for her except the prayers taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids
that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing an indo
belonging to the province of the states
Pr Sa ) « l
Each state should control its own elec of a "divine healer.”
«cribable itching and burning, and “ I can chearfull, endorsa your H a a
I tions and regulate its own domestic
NEAR DEATH’S DOOR.
the vellow. watery discharge forms aa a ours for_Boa«ma. I was
lit»!«, hrnwn with „dlB
tried t man«
concerns in its own way. These ar«
w(Ul Ufi no
W ashington , D. C., May 17.—Lord Pauneefote, the venerable into crust« and sore« or little brown r<>ul
rsuiwdiea , with
elementary principles of governmeul
about which there ought not to be any
the skin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved.
813 W. Central St., Wichita,kMnt
He is over 70, «and troubled with the of the poison may cause the skin to
dispute, but they have been repeatedly ton, is near death’s door.
v. <rv pre
violated by our opponents at different gout.
crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may
ent at the
1.1.. . 1- t. .... .1« n •• t li tilflltlLiU
consist of innumerable
blacklieitds and pimples or littril, red I.......
periods of the nation's history. We
FEAR THE AMERICANS.
L . Nc .. I . < va l e
the face Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin
should resist the policy of centraliza
. t'tiU! S UÎ ili** C. '.»Illi
L ondon , England, May 17.—It is likely a gigantic English ship diseases Washes and ¡»owders can only hide for a time the glaring
tion of i»ower tn the general govern
were re; : «
. ivi Pa vi
blemishes. S. S. S. eradicate« all poisonous accumu
ment to the detriment of the states and combine will lx* effected in opposition to the combine of Morgan
B llill de... .
Eie pii..«.,.al a cidres
lations, antidotes the Uric nnd other acids, and
ever remember that the former has nc and his associates. Government officials anil capitalists are talk
He said in 1
powers except those expressly granted
restores the blood to its wonted purity, and stimulates
is at present present or necessarily Implied and that all oth ing of forming such a combine with one direct route to the United
and revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impuri
id fiv-tu Spanish po er powers are reserved to the states or States through Canadian ports.
ed of Cuba i-
ties pass off through the natural channels and
Utica I eppretb
only t j be euslavec to the people.
The financial class here greatly fear and resent the control of relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood
by the Leite ' States la commercial
“We favor an amendment to th« English shipping by the American trust.
purifier It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful mineral. «
bondage, lus: ■e demands that these
constitution providing for the election
•Write us about your case and oirr physicians will advise without charge.
Impositions thall cease, Nothing but of United States senators by the peo
NEW CONSUMPTION CURE.
We have a handsomely illustrated ha>k on skin diseases, which will be «eat
selfish Interests stand in the way of pie of the several states rather than
B oston , Mass., May 17.—An experiment will be made in St. free to all who wish it. THK SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Go.
tariff reform for Cuba, it being feared by state legislatures. We should con-
hospital to-morrow to test the theory of germicide on a
that tariff extinction or tariff reduc tinue to advocate that amendment. It
tion there may be followed by a popu is a reform In the right direction, and consumptive patient. Several patients, it is claimed, have been
lar demand for tariff ryduetjon eyery- It ought to prevail. It Is unnecessary operated upon successfully in different parts of the country. The
I he pampered recipients of
to repeat here the reasons which have germicide is introduced into a vein bv gravity, the blood vessels
ravoriusui are bolding l>eeu sy frequently urged for Its adop-
killing the bacteria germs of disease. At least, that is what is
claimed for die new treatment by its advocates.
against the attacks o?l&e People upon
opponents ¿6 not u'ntugonlze this prop
the tariff cit«tde! ib other direction«. osition in their national platform, but
INHABITANTS ARE FLEEING.
They are deaf to the appeals qf hi>- they simply evade or Ignore it. They
L ondon , England, May 17.—A dispatch from Kingston, Island
'inanity. Tlie cries of distress do not cowardly refuse to meet the issue pre
more them. Considerations of nation sented.
of St, Vincent, where press headquarters have been established, re
al boner and fair dealing do not influ
“Opposition to dangerous corporate ports a lamentable condition of affairs in the French West Indies.
ence them. Selfishness and greed ar« combiuutions of capital should continue
at the bottom of the refusal of con to be the Democratic position. The In the interior the native population is pillaging among the white
MUSIC, ART 'AND ELOCUTION.
gress to relieve an overburdened peo best and truest Interests of the country survivors. Many are dying of starvation. The civil authorities
ple from grievous wrongs Inflicted un require that such combinations should have executed several who were caught robbing those too helpless
This School offer« to girls « broad ai d thorough education, combined with the td»».,
a healthful and refined botne It occuplo a large and attractive building in the Immediata
der the name of governmental taxation be prohibited. Reasonable and desir to resist. The work of rescue goes on in a somewhat slow fashion, of
vicinity of the Cilr Park
The sanitary condition of the premlsra baa tier n made a tn.at ter at
-which is as unnecessary as it is cruel able co-operation of large moneyed in
The t>rd chambers, ciaaa and recitation rooms are large and tooroughty
of the building is such thai every room la open <u the sunlight
terests may be permitted, but the scope
The greatest care has been taken to provide all the necessary appointments of itiweli-
“It is seriously charged in some quar and methods thereof should be wisely of the island is settling into the sea, and the white population is equipped school, and to furnish every facility for lraining pupils in the mosta| proted mettad«
The aim of the school Is to give thorougb and well ordered Instruction to girls and
ters that the present attitude of Re regulated. The people should control fleeing in terror.
women, fitting them for college when that is deaired, at d to aid In thu development (1f true
publican leaders In congress In declin the corporations and not the corpora
F ort de F rance , May 17.—Several distinct shocks have been and The
Fall term opens September 16, 1901. A faculty of twenty competent teachers Ins urea
ing to consider the necessities ot Cuba tions the people. The Democratic party felt in this place, and most of the inhabitants are in a state of ex for children
and young women thut Individual care an<’ Instruction neceasary to it, bent
at this time is attributable to a desire will protect the vested rights of capital
four skilled teachers In the Music Department alone, specialists in Art »nd
to force another insurrection in that on the one band and the interests of
Oartory, and native teachers In French and German.
Island, occasioned by the poverty and labor on the other. We do not regard feared the shocks are the forerunners of another volcanic outbreak,
Provision is made for ail athletic games suitable to women, aa tennis, croquet, ba«kt-i ball
and horseback riding
A gynn asium 50x100 feet, Is In process of < obstruct wo
necessities of the people. In the hope the mere possession of wealth as a the same as that which overwhelmed St. Pierre.
A dark cloud of blcycliDg
which will offer still more opportunit I s fur healthful exorcise
and to the end of compelling its annex crime, nor do we consider poverty as a' dust still obscures the sun.
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
MIHH ELEANOR TKHHFTTH. Principal
ation to the United States in the very virtue. We distinguish between the
THE STRIKE SITUATION.
near future. It may well be doubted, reasonable demands of the people for
however, whether this Is the control relief and the demagogic appeals of
P ittsburg , Pa., May 17. . —The
i nc cuiu
strike is assuming
ling motive behind their Inaction and the agitator and adventurer. Conserva national importance,
to some of the
Indifference, but probably a better ex tism an<l justice have ever been the
planation is to be found In the com characteristics of Democratic policies terms requested by the strikers, President Mitchell will endeavor
plete domination of their conscience« In the past and should continue so in to call out over 400,000 men working in various parts of the
and actions by the gigantic. If not cor the future.
He favors a national convention of miners
rupt. combination of protected inter
“The Monroe doctrine, first enunci being called to consider the situation,
A meeting of the exe-
ests whl-fli bus dictated and controlled ated by a Democratic president, should
much of the tariff legislation of the remain the settled policy of this repub
Through trams daily from Unlcago « TA WIT LT 4 I A
HAVE BoERS ACCEPTED?
United States In the recent past. Thera lic.
Through trains dally from St. I. -ul*
lv DU« F fllrlj
“The Democratic party favors the
is a limit to the patience of the people,
1 Through train dally from Kansas City I
and routs iiayood.
L ondon , England, May 17.—A private telegram was received
and it may be safely predicted here to maintenance of the public- credit at all
night that a continued refusal to give times, the steady reduction of the pub here to-day, stating that the Boer leaders have accepted the
relief to the suffering people of Cuba, lic debt and the payment of all the terms of peace proposed by the British.
who only ask that their commerce may obligations of the government accord
be relieved from its unjust burdens, ing to their letter and spirit.
Reclining chair cars (tree), Pullman Palace Sleepers, Din
“That New York will be the great
will be followed by a reaction against
NOTES FROM RUBLI.
SCHOOL ROOM DECORATION
ing and Cafe Cars on all trains. Polite trainmen. Perfect
the party in power so sweeping and battleground of the campaign of 1904
complete that a majority pledged to re is already evident. The contemplated
roadbed. Shortest line and quickest time. Tourist cars
Mrs. Jas. Cook is also very sick: hut Helps to ShajK* the Character of
lief will be elected the coming fall and action of our opponents necessarily somewhat improved at this writing.
Mondays and Thursdays, 2‘JVs hours Chicago to Boston.
will control the next house of repre makes it so. Mr.* Roosevelt will be
The love of beauty cannot too soon
C. S. CRANE, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
“Revenue reform has many synonyms. It is true that with unseemly baste and little hopes are entertained for
be inculcated in children. First im
It may be defined as that policy which and before the burial of tlie late presi her recovery.
RCSS C. CLINE, 1’. C. 1
Jay B. Burton is an independent pressions are lusting one«, and it is sur
forbids the use of the taxing power of dent he publicly announced that he
the government for the accomplish would not be a candidate, but soon candidate for road sujiervisor for the prising how early a child will learn to
discriminate between the beautiful and
ment of private purposes. That is its thereafter he retracted the statement. Applegate district.
the common in pictures, etc. Many
true meaning in a nutshell. It is The patronage of his great office is now
Kaspar J. Kubli, the genial custodian
equivalent to the shibboleth of ‘a tar being unscrupulously used to insure his
school children see no pictures and
iff for revenue only,’ which has been nomination, aud his party will be com- of the Kubli mail box, has been ap- statuary at home, and their education
pointed a notary public by Governor in aesthetics, if they are to have any,
emblazoned on our party banners so pel led to accept him.
“I cm frank to say that until recent Geer.
many times in our history. It is a
must coine from the school-room,
ly there were few signs of encouraging
The farmers in the neighborhood It is a great thing for a child to sjiend
false and vicious system which gives
prospects in New York either for 1902
legislative advantages to special inter
have all got through planting corn and six hours each day in company of books,
or 1904, but the situation has greatly
ests at the expense of the whole people
All other crops are looking pictures and sculpture, and no school
changed during the past two months. beans.
In tlie h po cf the people getting some
room, whether in th«, citv or out on the
The conduct of the present legislature fine.
frontier, should be without this refining
thing in return by reason of the private has created a widespread revolt among
The petition for changing the county influence.
Exjiensecannot be brought
donations ot the recipients of public the people, and the action of the ex road contains the necessary number of
forward as an excuse, for pictures and
favors. The place for the money of th« ecutive, among other things. In seeking
ALL CASES OF
ornaments may be bought for a
people is in the pockets of the people to control tb¿ judiciary of the state In signatures and will be forwarded to other
them selves. They need no Intermedia various ways and through various
There are so many reasons why our
P. H. Daily, county school superin •K-hool-rooms should be beautified that
te« by which to extract their money schemes baa aroused a deep feeling of
from them under the forma of law to ••esentment which cannot be sup tendent, of Jacksonville, was through one wonders that there is a bare, ugiy
by our new
1H W invention.
inventi.,11. Only those
be returned to them in the form of pressed.
our vicinity on Monday, registering wall in the land. ‘‘It is easier to be
good,” as one child was heard to say,
“Let me assure our friends here to all voters he could find who were not “in a pi-etty, tasteful room.” There is
“Exorbitant tariffs breed da n gerous fight from different sections of the previously registered.
something softening and inspiring in a
F. A. GERMAN, OF BALTIMORK, SAYS:
combinations of capital and have been I,untry that our hopes are greatly re
Jay Burton last week picked up a good picture or pieceof statuary. Some
Grntlsnt.'n • —
. „«• i
, . . .
B ai T imor r., 5fd . Msrrh o, loot.
well described as 'the parent of tiusts.' lived and that nothing will be left un-
. full h.-tury of my"o
*’* *iU noW '‘iv,
fine piece of rock weighing about four
They seriously Interfere with the natu fone to place New York again in the
slave girl who looked for the first time
lhi* kep< on
wnrer. until I lout
ral laws of ttade and disturb rather l-emocratlc column, where it properly pounds. He mortared over four dol at a beautiful Greek statue in the mar my hru’iingin ¿»iin <*irn5nti’Jriynght *** ***** lo ‘’"‘K’
than regulate legitimate business; they belongs. And permit me also to say to lars out of it; but so far the mother ket place. She went away and washed her
*'• n ' '»moiiu'oih ’«‘‘‘’V?"'’- for •hrw month» without unv Mier«««. ■ n.ulted . mini-
her face. The next day she came again
are demoralizing in their tendencies Democrats from this state that the ledge has not been located.
and looked, and went away to comb
-a»«-, but the hearing ,n the a
beca use they are largely the result of way to carry New York for the De
Miss Nettie Lewis, who has charge her hair. And day after day, as she thru I r then
saw «our a<tv.-rti
•fficiul favoritism and are enacted be mocracy in 1904 is for us lo carry it in of the Missouri Flat school, is giving
Aft< r I had naed it
breathed in the beauty and repose of today, nflei five Mreeka, my
cause of the corrupting influences of 1902.
good satisfaction and is a great favorite the picture, there was an improvement lieaitaly ami be^ to remoiu
«»utslde lobbies retained to secure spe
“We are not alleging or conceding
which showed itself in increased gentle
cial benefits for private Interests. that any mistakes have been made I d with her scholars, who number about ness and tidiness. One good reproduc
(tin ti < nini/nt linei not Interfere with your untili occtiimtinn
Against this iniquitous system the | arty enunciations or management In
tion of a fine picture—one which has a
story to tell, as of “Angelas,” will do
Democratic partv has always protest the past. We are not criticising any
more good than yards of maxims.”
ed and most continue to protest.
Democrat or Democrats in any part of
Ci-otiC, 595 LA SAI LF AVE., CHICAGO, ILL.
If, as Keatswrote, “a thing of beauty
If The Baby la Cutting Teeth.
“The policy of reciprocity Is anti al- the country. The conscientious views
trays has leen a De.-.-is-i¡tlic |>olicy. of all are entitled to respectful consid Be sure and use that old and well-tried reme
dy, MHS. WlNhLOW’R SOOTH! MO. ATRIP. fOF is potent for evil,” says Sir Arthur
Tlicte has never been ti
« In the his eration.
children teethiDK. It soothes the child, soft Helps.
“It deforms the taste of the
tory of tlie country v. l.« tlie Deinoc
“We are here to Inaugurate the policy ens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic thoughtless, and it frets the man who
and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-
racy has not been desirous <> • i tr.blisb- of rnlty upot common ground, so that five
knows how bad it is.” In addition to
cents a bottle.
ing reciprocal trade, either thtoigb we shall not unnecessarily divide upon
this refining influence, pictures help in
treaties or otherwise, uvlwit-n th • .-xt.,! unessential or' untimely issues.
teaching literature and history. Chil
dren must understand an author Isitter
oilier countries. I'lu-r** was. Iio.vever.
“We have simply gathered together
little necessity for negulhiting vommer r.linhi thee«- hospitable Democratic
The candidate* on the Democrat ic from every-day familiarity with his
clal treaties with countries which have walls to exchange views, to renew ac- legislative -«nd county ticket«, accom face. And so, in teaching history, por
always been willing that their |>oi't« qiiatntaneesli.p. to come closer to one panied by Judge J. R. Neil and other traits of the great leaders aid the
teacher. The class in United States
should be as free ns our own. In such mother and to plan for victory upon Dublic. speaker», will address the cltl- history will find something more than
rases the objection to resorting to right fines In the future. If victory be
dry hones in a study which isilliistratisi
Buy a Bottle of
treaties Is because It ignores the popu possible. Tills conclusion can do ■e ing-times and places
by portraits of Washington, Columbus,
Gold Hill. May 17th. 7:30 p. m.
lar branch of congress, and the object harm, and ft may be productive of
Lincoln and Jefferson; and instead of
Antioch, May 19th, 1 p. m.
learning in the battle of Gettysburg
draired can be secured as well by much good.”
Meadow-, May 19th, 7:30 p. m.
that so many thousand men were killed,
Trail, May 20th, 1 p. m.
let them have a picture of the battle
“The actual Republican loader In th«
It Dazzles the World.
Big Butte, May 21
on the walls, and It becomes a real
bouse of reprrnen la tires In a recently
Rub In well and
Lake Creek, way
1 p. m.
thing to tnem.
No r.H< oveiy in medicine has ever
published «Mtemer.t rareastlcally re er* alert one-quarter of the excitement
Roxy, MV 231, 1 p. m.
In geography toa -hing, too, pictures
Mound, May 2-kl, 7:30 p. m.
fers to the demand of the people for re h it h'i« tawu caused by Dr. King's
should have an important place. The
Ernie Col fit, May 24th, 1 p. m.
lief and boldly bss - ttm that there will New Discovery fur Consumption. It’«
Yosemite waterfalls, the falls of the
Central Point. May 24th 7:30 p. m. Yellowstone, and other views of our
be no tariff reduction either for this
ven st te-ts have been on hopeiets
Phoenix, May 2«th. 1 p. id .
own country should have a place in the
«oontry or Cnbn and boasts In sub victim* of consumption, pneumonia
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU
Tal< nt, May 28t’», 7:30 p. m.
school room, to say nothing of the
stance that the present tariff schedules hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis,
are as unchangeable as the Ten Com- tl onssnrs of wli< m It has restored to 27th. 1 p. m.
Mici'inu"1»" prTboui’f' h * i 7 °strrN>í!t’’*£?i,*r of‘I1 form’ of InllammatlOBln manor be»«t
perf. ct health.
For coughs, colds,
N'd) creek school house, May 27tb,
i.stlani, hay fever, hoatsene«« and
For »I« GT, U”«SÎ?JÎÂA”,UB“’
“This Is the defiant spirit which nnl- « hooplnscough It is the quickest,sur- 7:30 p. m.
Griffin creek school house, May 28th,
M.ntes these public scrvnnts who are e»tcure in the world. It Is sold by
ostensibly serving the peop'e. but are «joy Drugstore, who guarantee sat- 7:30 p. tn.
Ruch, May 29th, 1 p. m.
In reality owned I oily si.<l soul l>v the l*-fictl<n or retund money.
Jacksonvl 11**, May 30th, 8 p. tn.
privn te mid protected business inter b itties 50c and »1.00.
Medford, May 31st, 8 p. tn.
«•Is which they actually serve.
“In other word«, they arrogantly as
UNITED ON PRINCIPLES
Rheum, Tetter and
Saint Helen’s Hall
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Wabash-Niagara Falls Short Line
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
r,iPE YOURSELF AT HOME
DON’T STOP WORK
for a Sprained arm, Ankle or back
YOU ARE GOOD AS NE5ÎV
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