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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BY UOPDR BWOTHBHS
SATURDAY, JUNE ., 1800.
Do ly, Ono Year $3 00, In Advance
Daily, Four Montua $1 00. ! A.dvnnoo.
Wjokly, OnoVoar $1.00, In Advnnoe
A QOOD PLATFOnM.
cgOAL and exact Justice t an men, of what--KKiTCr
penUMtnu,. rellKlnii. or political
peiwe, commerce, nnd friendship with all na
loiiir-enUiiRllnic allancw with "imp. th" siitr
port of Jim talfl KOTornmenN n all tliolr right.
m the moit competent administration mr our
dorncUo ooncerii. and tho urest bulwark
against anll-llopubllenn Inwloncliwi tlfo proser
vatlon or tho general government n IU whole
contltutlnnal vlgr. a the heel anchor ot otir
peace at home nud nifnty abroad) iroodom o
religion; freedom ufllm irM- ------- li
principle form the bright roinlolUtlon which
fia Bona Imforo in, and gnldod our ilpp
throng.. M a. of $tftff$fl-
Minn Siihiiii II. Anthony, tliti vuiionv
bio wotiinn right's tidvoenlo, iiccoiiiimii
lod hy MIhh Nora llhilch, o( Now York,
nailed UKliiy (or KiikIuikI, urintKl with
crodontinlH iim a ihilirulo from tho Na
tional Cuiuioll of Women to tbo nrut
ineotiiitf of tbn ltitornittlonid Council,
which will ho hold tho' htttor pttrtof
thin month in Indon. Ah ono of tho
iipolfitc4l iIttlcTK"tOH from tho lTnltod
HUites, MIhh Anthony will lx a promi
nent IlKiiro nt tho Ixinloii ifiittifrliiK 111'
with Mrn. St. John (Inffroy, of New
York, invnldtmt of tho national council,
.nnd Mm. May Wrljihl Sowall. of hull
uiihi1Im, vico jirurddoitt of tho inloriui.
tlonnl council, alio will ho Miitlllod to
voto in all of tho intornatioiial prococd
Jdkh. Whilo in biiiilon MIm Anthony
will bo tho Kiioxtof Mrtt. Harriot Stan
ton lllatoh, at tho I'lonuor t'luh.
Monthly" will bo tho lllllt'th uiiulvor
wiry of Duumitrk boi'iimlng a conuUtii
tlonitl inomtri'hy, and Krtmt iiri'Nirutlon
aro IkiIiik miulo by Damw throughout
tho wont and Northvvimt to oolubrato tho
uvunt. Tho itroutor nuinbor of tho com
bmtloiiH will 1k hold tomorrow. Tho
!!ft,000 DiiiiIhIi nwliluiiln of 0IiIihik Ihivo
omitted for a moiiNtur dtmumatrathin,
inoludiiiit two imradoM, nppniprhtto ox-
uroIhOH. utlilutle mirtn and umiiy othur
fomiH of ainiiHomont.
II waH in 1818 thftt a whysj of (roodum
mi tint ovor JtiimiH. ami iiuturwliy mo
llttlo kingdom tilmi foil Km onVt. Hut
unllkumoHt othor oountrJoH, which had
thulr civil warn, Donmurk attained lt
froo coiiHtitutioii wltliout hloodnltwt. It
wna kIvoii by tliopopulnr King Frodorlok
VII, of bin own froo will, and wit colled
"G rundluvon of lHIO."-
Prominent oolorod oopl from all
purta of tho noun try urn mooting it
ltoohoMur, N. Y(. to wttiiww tho cow
mouluH ttttoudlug tho urn oiling of tho
l'rotlrlok DoukIuw htattio. Among tho
' promltiutit partUilpnntH will h Joor
nor ltooMtvult, ltihhop Waltara of Novn
Jorwy and T. Thomuu I'orUim of N
." Tho uiiwlllug of tho l'rwUrlfk DtHits
how utatUH will mark thu mun-'tMwful
uulmlnation of ywirw of effort on tho
jmrt of IiIh Irtuiiilrt and mlmliorn. Tho
total gout of thw work Iihh mn in tho
nolghborhood of f 8,000, w hluh Mint wun
niUwl by Jxpulitr tlMtuiptiiini. Tho
htutny, whioli in proiiiliinitly Imsatwl in
Contnil uvumitf opjHHtito tho Now York
Cintr.il Htutlon, lit vory ImiMMiiiig, tho
, figuro boiiig of brunio and mountotl un
a foundation of inarblv. On the Mm
.of tlio btixo aro bronxo Utbltttd oniitohi-
Mng uitproprlato luKtrlptkuw, liu-luilliig
dotnoof DoUKhim' woll-rdinoinlwrml uy-
', A largo mimbor of wotorti lUliattm
huvo urrivoil In Hotoi to attviKl th
, bovu;ity-nIiith wion of tlw gwiml omi
volition of tho iiw ehurcli, tivmlvu
Iwrglan. Tho ronl bunlmMw of U Matli
uring will not l tukwi up until t.ui.i.r
row. Tbo church ban Ihmui prnur.a
during tbo hut year arl lutx inis.n.p
m m gam mmm
i a? uni I 1 1 Mi la, 11 'I
llahwl a groat ileal In tho way of hiIh
(ionnry work in Hivodon. Tho convon
Hon promiMw to lw ono of ho most huc
coHcful in tho hintory of tho low church
party. Tho gathoring will dovoto nearly
ull of noxt wuok to tho council of niln-
iHtorti, attiir winch too work ol too gun
oral convention will bo takun up. Dul-
ugatoH aro procont from nintrly all partH
of tho country, an well an cuvoral from
Tho majority of tho collegoM of tho
wool aro repriwintedhy tiiolr numt prom
inent athlotcH in tho annual champion
HlilpH whlcli aru hoing run off at llavetiH
wood Fluid, (.'lilqago, iitidor tho aiiHplcoH
of tho W'cHtern Intorcollcglato Athlotlo
Amoclution. Tho program iiioliuloH n
long IIkh of Hold and track oveutH in
which the ntiirn of WircoiiHlii, Minuo
Hota, tho I'liivoraity of Clilcago, MIclil
gan, Notre D.imo, tho Uuivornity of Illi
nois Knox Collego, Nortliwiwtorn IJul
vornity and othor well-known iuHtitutlotiH
will 1hi ht'oti at tliolr ImmiI.
llryan and AltgcU Bpeak at a Democratic
Club Uanquet In Louisville, Ky,
Tho Young Moii'h Domoonttlo Club of
biuinvillo toudortil a bnuipiot at tho
Cialt Iioiiho hiHt ovuniug toJuilgo JamoH
I'. Tarvin, at which Mr. Ilryau ami
other dlHtingulHhcd men in attoudauco
at tho convention of tho Oldo Valley Hi
metallic btiguo, were prewuit, and at
which .MX platoH wore laid.
Mr. llryan roniond(d to tho toast "Tho
DomiKiratlo Party," upeaking briefly,
wiylilg that tho committee hail anauged
for IiIh return Friday at which time hu
would Hpook more fully. In bin Hpocoh
ho tmlil that in tho campaign of IK'.lo tho
party wiim compolled to rely on now men
Ik'civiiko of tho ihwortion of old one, ami
an a roHiill many now Htarn appeared in
tho llrmamont of the party. Ho liked
the Democratic )arty iih a IiiihIiichm or
gaulMitiou for tho worrying out of cer
tain flxtnl bollofM. Ho touched on tho
Chicago platform In IiIh umiat Hlraln,
Haying it wiim written for all time, ami
not for ono campaign.
Allgeld: "In all agon there huvo
boon men and women ready to light for
Immunity. The wxilul iiomlilloim an they
oxlnt today uio milking liyouati of nuvi.
There are men llllml w ifli no thoughtM
hut thoMi uf hellltili couimorciallMiu.
There aro cqrluln combluatioiiH control
lug tho utllloMof our country known iih
moiiopolioM, and the Itepubllcau Hrty
eyn: 'bet tho few individual)! have tho
liHiiellt of thoie,' but the nilwlou of the
UoiuiHiratld party In Ionic that tho com
munity oenitort and rocoivon tho bono
lit of tliwo iiiHtoad of a fow lluaiiulal or
guulaatlnmt. Tluwmwtlou of tho pnw
out ago 1m that of muulclul and govern
inuutal ownentlilp of public frunehlxoH.
TIiIm iUMtiou markH tho next forwanl
Following Mr. Altgeld, tho Hon.
lleorgo 1'uhI Williuiun, of Mmwaohit
Hitt, runouded to "Tho Money of tho
The Modern Ucauty
Thrivoa on uood ftxnl and vuiiHldno,
wltb pluiity of exorcise In tbo open air.
Her form hIowh with health and hor faoo
bloom with itM boHtity. If hor Hyutoiu
uowbi the cluonuiiitf action of a laxative
raniudy. mIio unw tlio uontlo and hIomh-
ilut tii'nm uf Ifinu iiuulii ln tliu (Villf.
orntu Fig Syrup Co. only.
Tlioro Ih a tlmo fur ull thlnim. Tho
Itiuu to uko DoWIU'tf lilttlo lirly
UUor Ih when you aro HUlIurliur from
uoiiatlimlluti, or ether trmibkm, Thuy
uuvur grlpo. siono Drug btnroii.
Waul to Uonow
or lend? In oltlier cane you'll lliul iunt
the tight man totlmtl with if you wApntM
NinirdwirtM throuiah tho Jouunai. want
Mm ban all kimU uf Hplu of cir
MmtHitoti and tint quiektml, chwapl
ami bMt way to Hud all of any ono par
tuulur cUm u( pttiplo in through Tiik
Jmi hsai.. tbo onl. uipor that tliorughlv
i. m r the luld
The New Book By Wm. J. Bryan and
Others on Republic or Empire.
Discussion of the Philippine Question From
the Standpoint of Those Opposed
Wc have Jimt rccutved thlo new work,
by Hon. W. J. Ilrynn, Adlal K. Steven
mil, Andrew Carnegie, Gen. Jamori II.
Weaver, Seimtora Daniol, Hoar, Vot,
Gorman, Teller, Allen, White, Uutler,
Mawjn, llacon, Tilliimn, Turner, Chilton,
Money, Clay, Mcl-uiirin, John G. Car
IIhIo, George F, Kdmun!n, Cnrl Schurz,
Hnmuol GotniwrH, C'harloH F. AdaniH.
Prof. David S. Jordan, Nov, Henry Vun
Dyke, Chan A. Towne, Henry IT, John
won, and other prominent men at large
on the Hiibject of ituti-cxpauHion and
IniperlaliHin. It in a VHluablo lxwk,
chlclly iih an oxproHloii from every
Htmidtioiiit. Tho Iwok coiitaiiiH 7(W
hich of roadliig-mnttor, together with
half-tone jiortniit and autograpliH of
tho varioiiH United Stutoo Penatorc,
Coiigrewmion, MlnlHtera, (Jniveraity
I'roeitlontri and other prominent men
who have, aHHlstwl in the work. Tho
half-tone view h of the city and country
iliHtrictH of the iHlands over 7,000 mlloH
away from iih tend to make tho work
doubly Instructive. Tho llrst 100 pagoH
Mr. Jlryan devotoH to the Hubjoct of
Following Mr, llryan'H nrticloH Ih one
by Andrew Carnegie, who hamilcH IiIh
Hiibjcet from the jmlnt of a HiicceHnful
hiiHinoHH man, and iih a manufacturer
and large employer of labor, can ceo
much for Ainurlcaii labor to fear from
annexation, Ho payn: "England in
India hIiuiiIh today tijHin a volcano. She
luiH to keep IJO.OOO llritiHli troops tlioro
to hold' tho people In mibjectlon. She
iIooh not tniHt onoguu in tho IiuihIh of
tho iiatlvo troopH.
TIiIh IiiHtHtatomont Ih not truu. See
Mark Twal ii'm last biMik "Following tho
Kquutor." Kn. J.
IIiih not our ChriHtlan nation yot
lournud that wo cannot Hiibitltuto force
for tho (iolileu Itulu, and then reuHou
ably uxpect KiacoV wayn Gonoral .Iiiinon
II. Weaver in a chapter devoted to Iin
poriuliMin frpm tho Htuudolut of a true
Senator Tillman, of South Carolina,
would like to know of thono who are anx
iotiH to CliriHtaiuio tho FlllpinoH (who
had OHtiihliHlied ChriHtiun churclioH ovor
SJ50 yearn ago), If tlioy intend to re
ChrlHtianixo them with tho bayonot
Kint, iih Mahomot Hiread ImIuidIhui
witli a H'lmiter.
Senator ti. (i. Vent, of Minhouri,
handloH IiIh Hubjoct from "A lAtgal Point
of View," from tho coiiHtitulional nido,
ipiotiug numoruuH mipreuui court deci
hIoiih tiiHUiiport bin argument.
Senator lloar'n elaborate Hpcech made
by him in the United StatoH Senate on
t IiIh Hubjoct.
Kx-Uultod StatoH Senator KdmuudH,
of Vurmout, ilewcrilnm tlio UIiiikIh, their
people, and their capacity for i-olf-government,
iih well aH tho dangum that
proMint thoniHolvoH to iih warniugly
ugaliiHt tlio present policy of our govern
ment. Vico President Adlat K. SteoiiHiii
handloH bin Huhjcct from tho lHiiut of
InukHoii ami Jeffornon Democracy, and
adviK-atwi uconomy of public uxpoudlturo.
Ono of tlio pioiioorH on tlio mibeit of
tho work Ih Prof. David Starr Jordan,
proHidont of tho Stanford Uulvurnlty.
William V. Allen, the 1'opullnt iiuua
tor from Mr. llryan'H Htato, only ox
plaiiiH why he Ih an Anti-KxpamdoiiiMt.
Samuel (ioiupern, prenldent of the
American Federation of Ijilxir, ban do
voted npiico to the effect of annexation
on American Iilxir.
There Ih Houiothiug tiiucero that
riMtchoH tbo lumrtHtriugH of the hlghot
neutiuieut of man in tho uttontucuH of
ChiiM. A. Towno, ox-reprodontatlvo of
oongrowi from MIiiiiohUu, TIiohjwIi
coutaliuHl In the work wiih doliorel by
him at tho UuivurHity of Michigan ami
wuh afterward ordered jiHutwl at the
government printing olllco for dUtrllm
thin among tho mombor.
. Thw iiutttHr ooutuluod in the entire
7iW jwgi of tlio work have Ihhii t
loctoil wltb tHioh itue that thie it no
An well uh thiviH) already mentioned,
thv iKvik otihtabiH ahupturti by Hon.
Marion llutlor, United Staton cenutor
(rum North Outtdtua; Hun. John I.
Mehutrin, United State Miiator from
South (Vrolluu; lion. Alexander S.
Clay, United Statu ttmator from
UtHirgla; Hon. Henry U. JohiMin, rej
rurmutnlhti of ihiiuim fwin Indiana:
Hon. John U. OarlWo, of Kentucky;
HUhop Stuldlng, of Illluok; llinhop
Potter, of Now York; Hov. J union 1..
llarton, ertary of the lmunl of
forwigu mlwtUuiH ; ltev. Ittwri C. Uri
mor, Hov. Dr. Thotniu J. ComUy , Hov.
Daniel Morrimaii, mid 1'rwf. Uoorgtf P. i
An upiHUtdlx, eoMtttlniiig ouplw of the
Protocol, Pte Tnnity ami much uf tho '
mvnd ix)rrtMKHHliHS (hmh th jHwcrH
in Wiuhingtwn to th Mwora in the
rhilippimw ban beou nddtni.
TliouUivoitn pretty (ull ctotemont
f all that I cntnlnl In tbW book b
Mr llryan and other of bin way.(,
thinking, more or let. Jt)n tho wWe,
tho lunik may bo hxikod upAitt a a miu-'
iaigu document for the pnwiileiitwl ,
ixuitMt u 1000. Nearly all tho oontrili-1
ttton r inditioal
III faVW of go- ,
.winv mi ih iiitMii wttrw lit ihmit ,ii ...w
iHg l war with !!. All of thm, m ,
uy rH.thnr. ri(Ml tUud-;
HlillietrattiHt fur Hvt taViHS m th
vvsml for tlw UUrtiu of OtiU Hnntth. '
Mmv It dW. S fur u. Tiik Juu.s ate
camonnrtM it wu uiwuyii ih favor ol tho
aniuUtlteu t QiU. ivwl th lUvvmilnH
UktHd. lH(awrlu ttwir ttmiltiH,
wo dkl not fuvtir war until a war wu
practically forced upon our country
by the eventfl In Cuba and tho
humane Rcntimcnt at homo.. Congress
uiinminoiifly ordered the President to
declare war, with no thought of acquir
ing the Philippines. But of nil events
of the war, the ono most . lionized by
the American people is the taking of
Manila Bay where Dewey sank the
Spaiilph fleet. It is not 'in the nature
of the Anglo-Saxoon race to give up
the torritory we became rightful masters
of as euccepeors to the Spanish Hover
enigity. AH we wish to point out is that
those public men from Mr. Jlryan
down, voluntarily and vociferously
demanded a war with Spain under tho
then existing circumstances, out of the
results of which they now feck to
make political capital and reap jwjllt
ical advantage. Will tlioy not write
theniHelvos down in history ns highly in
consistent? If they would turn around
and wyj "Wo wore in favorof this war
agititiHt Spain from tlio bottom of our
hearts. We voted in congrow and Kjoko
and acted iih private citizens in favor of
war. Wo uphold the national govern
ment, and the honor of our country
against tho world, and shall do so until
permanent jieaco is established. Wo do
not uphold the manner in which the
war was conducted and wo opjHjso a
military government in tho islands. Hut
wo stand by our country and our coun
try's Hag in every effort and to tho last
stroke to uphold its sovereignty at
homo or abroad." Such an attitude
would compel! respect and belli bring
the war in tho Philippines to a close.
Then we would differ radically, per
haps, as to the iiolitlcal form of govern
ment, or commercial regulations mid
methods of taxation to be pursued.
Mr. Bryan's talents as an organizer, iih
ii political leader, would shino forth far
greater if, after a foreign war was do.
dared, ho had cast politics to the wind,
and entered the nnny to remain until
ermaiieiit peace was established. Ah
Douglas cast his fortifncH with Lincoln
in tho war of the Kchcllion, he should
have lieen first mid foremost to light un
der McKluley and loavo all criticism and
tiring in tlio rear to thoiiewspuiHirs. To
attempt to make political capital against
a popular foiolgu war is suicidal to tlio
party that undertakes it. Nothing Is so
popular with the American jicoplo as a
Miccomful foreign war. It has elected
and ro-elected every candidate who over
ran for tho prosidonoy on that Issue, and
it will again.
If this wholo issue is summed up in
the vumpaigii of 11(00. it will nrusent it-
Milfthus: "Why should wo withdraw
American sovereignty over tho Philip
pines, any more than over the I.adronos,
the Sandwich Islands, over Cuba, over
Porto Kleo, ovor Alaska? All are tho
rosultH of an expansion policy. Wlty
draw tho line on tlio Philippines? Wo
must suy tho prospect of governing tlio
Philippines is not an inviting one. Put
how got out of tlio rosponsibilitys. Whore
comes in tho difference in principle?
Wo are not discussing now tlio good that
may come to us as a nation, or to tho
prngrosH of the world and civilization
from tho jiolicy of American Kxpaimion.
That Ih quite another matter.
back of space forbids a discussion of
all tho writers quoted. Wo should von
orulo ago ami wisdom when It Is respec
table and consistent. Take the case of
George F. Hoar, senator from Massa
chusetts, in ids speech ami in one before
the wK-iety of the Sons of the Hevolu
tlou, lie proclaims that he stands by the
principles for which our fathers bat
tled, In opposing Ithu control by the
Americans of the islands hi tho Atlan
tic and the Pacille that have come to us
as the result of uthe Spanish war. He
peaks Impwiugly of tlio hnjMirtanco of
keeping alive the hpirlt of the Hevolu
tiouary timed, and sneers at tlio projs).
sitiou which hodouuodus niuiutuiuiiig
an army of soldiers, "half-suvmii. half.
boast, lighting to Imposo tliolr dominion
upon unwilling peopled and subject
races, in onler that our country may
Ikkviiio a world power." IIouoiiuIiiiIuh
his speech, which boeins to have met
witli grout fax or at the bunds uf a guth-
ertng ot Mvealled antidintHirialists. w itl
a plea that our nation should not ''do
wend from it lofty height to engage in
tho diplomatic quarrels of Kurope, or
tho Hiiilllod for F.mptie in Asia,"
Jiut an w
n tree or pole
a p p r e 11 1 1
with a sudden
of some undetected process
of decay, o nu matter how
Kootl an appearance a worn
an may procnt. if she is
uhject to any bidden weak
lies, gradually aap
pine away and under
luinliiB her vitality,
tome dv tier entire
constitution wilt irtvc way
and leave her a prostrate obytlcal wreck
I The average doctor Ktvts a little kome
thjUK for the headache and a hula tome
thine else for the backache and Hill anoth
er thine for the nerve and so on. never
I oc reaebtne the AiJJfn akucft in the
distinctly feminine otcnim
I The vast etpeilence and special practice
of Dr R V. Merce chief consulting- plnsj.
I clan of the Invalids' Hotel and Surelcal
Institute, of llurTalo, N V , iu ticatine
1 women' diseases, enable him to under-
J Und and eope ucce?fwlly with these tiar-
1 ticuUr alliueuts. Any woman may fcc-l the
utmost confidence in consulting him by
mail She will receive fiec of cost, wnind
professional advice whereby her health
way, in ninety nine casea out of a hundred.
promptly and nemtAiieHtiy rt-stond
All coiTcsiiondeuce is bold tu (w
A UJy llvtur la Cmhoctcta Ca Ohlu. Mr v
Kltnlttu of littfitld. wrtus 1 had fruul
w(oe very bad iW utattr three ymiv )
dt4(tuc dgwu ulus iu md above my hlpaau
Mich JtfJM pain la the bck aad W W m
.IT? '". " niiie vra Ulig me Uv
ihehU. UHuautbH.iaa vnMtU tsylM ,k
w day then wouM Kve to tie loid fa a
114 ?,? SK ZXSStf2
S t0' "" t ul off "y feet and
tSXXiSiSX a .u
feet ft U Ibfviuh iUF'&M o4
that I am ured
Kw J fcl Kit a JlnTieai pet, ftarelo
pUlwyn4 eaadtaRtke wwV hf uVMtt
Senator Hoar's ground-floor projioBi
tion, the very foundation on which rests
the structure of his able and eloquent
plea agalnt expansion, is a fallacy to
wit: That the policy of expansion (if
what ho? been forced upon the Ameri
cana as an acefdent of history and by
the inevitable logic of events can be
called a policy) is in contravention of
the Declaration of Independence.' Just
government founded upon the consent
of the governed implies the antecedent
projiosition that these people to be gov
erned possess the intelligence- to give
their consent. To understand that dec
laration of the colonial forefathers (who
wrested their rights from Great Britain
by revolution, and did not gain their
separation from the mother country be
cause some other power whipjied F.ng
land) it must bo remembered that they
had been exercising tho rights of local
self-government in a limited degree for
centuries. Tlio Anglo-Saxons brought
that priceless heritage with them from
the forests of Germany, established the
representative system and township
government in England, when they dis
placed the Homiins and carried the idea
with them to Holland and back across
the Atlantic and planted it forever on
tlio shores of New Kngland as it has
never entered into the brain of a Tagal,
Malay or West Indian negro.
It is doubtful if the capacity for self
government exists beyond the confines
of an Anglo-Saxon imputation. The
ability to give consent to taws proiwed
for the government of a people does not
apply to people who have not yet shown
ability to establish any form of govern
ment, whatever. It is a principle that
applies alter government is established
for the protection of the governed. If
after the Americans have established
local governments in these various is
lands, they undertake to force laws upon
the people of the islands that are renin:-
mint to their people, tho principle might
be invoked for their protection. Hut it
has no application to the extension of
American sovereignty to now territorv.
Hut it is probably unbecoming for a
western editor to bmidv words with
one of the sagos of New Kngland on a
question of fundamental law. Wo as
sert the right of a western man to huvo
our western understanding of tlio matter
just tho same as If wolivediu Duxburyor
South Framingliitm. It is not true that
the Spanish war or the control of tho
territories Hiirrendcrd by Spain Is in vit
iation of tlio principles for which our
Hevolutiomiry fathers fought. It would
have lieen ns sensible to ask the consent
of the Indians in tho wildernesses wo
wrested from Great Britain as to ask tlio
consent of the imputations in the con
quered territory onco belonging toSpain.
We use the word conquered in tiio
legal as well as tho higher sense of con
quest through a war for humanity. Hy
all the rights of international law and
tlio higher law that might makcH right,
wo are in possession of tlio islands of tho
seas lately belonging to Spain, and when
did tho Anglo-Saxon race fail to keep
Hut this review of Bryan's book IiaH
already grown to the lirojiortions of a
Fourth of July oration and must bo
brought to a close. While the trimmer
and catch-penny politician is lying low
ami hesitating vvliich side of the ques
tion to take, Mr. Bryan unhesitatingly
commits himself against expansion.
As a M)licy of deliberate world conquest
wo quite agree with him It would bo
contrary to American ideals. As an
unforeseen contingency "of war, that
has fallen on American people, wo be
lieve itis our duty as a nation tobravoly
mid squarely meet tho rosjionsibility.
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Steam Dye Works
No. 105 Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' and gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired and pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned or dyed
and nicely finished. Kid
gloves cleaned, 10c; dyed
Kurtz & Hamilton
1)3 COURT STItKET.
Make a specially of nil Kinds of
Sheet, Steel und Galvanized Iron
work rjoflng and guttering, a full
line of Pumps und pump fittings.
Prompt work and reasonable prices.
Wc curry In stock the Fairbanks
wind mill. Call und sec us before
iflvlug your order for mill or tank.
PIIOMPT WORK AND LOW1 PHICHS
The Geo, M, Bcclcr
Always to the front with best
rates and policies In the leading
Do you want worn:, ot need help
of any kind V Apply at once.
Property to icnt. Register
288 CoMMKKcut, Stiu:kt, Salbm.
First'Class Feed and Boarding
104 Commercial Stkket.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Pigs, for Commercial Men
Entiles In nanieblorlc Hotel WllliUmitto.
(ftrtfufc teams and comfortable rig
for ladles and family drlylmr a spes
lalty. Horses boar ded by dny, week
or month and best of .satisfaction
guaranteed. 3.1 tf
In tlmo t ronul; all m ts
S3LO0 k IllI
jja. - ! wl' hhBP
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
With one exception the through
trains of the Burlington Route
are almost invariably well-tilled.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
there is usually room aud to
Don't Infer that it Is neither
so line, nor so fast, as ANY train
or ANY other line between St.
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trary, there Is no more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
light, stcum heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent nnd u
lower berth for everybody,
Oeu'l Agent, Portland, Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When peuple are contemplating a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and safety is concerned.
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Lines are
paid to serve the public and our trains are
operated so as to make clo-e connections
with diverging line at nil junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first-cltss service,)
ask the deket agent to sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
nnd you will mike tlirert connections at
St, Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
For any lurther infoimatlon call on any
ticket agent or correspond with
J AS, POND,
General Pats, Agent
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
246 Stark Street,
Oregon Slion Line Railroad
, The Direct Home to
Montana, Utah. Colorado
and all Eastern Points
GlVt'i cliolco nt two favorite routes, via Die
Union 1'neltic Knit Mull Line, or the
Itlo Urunde Scciilu I.lnoi.
Look at the time
H Day tn Salt Lake
2J Days to Denver
:ii Days to Chleairo
4 Days to IS'cw York
Free Iteollnlmc Clmlr Cars, Upholstered Tou
lit Slnepiui; Cars, ami l'uUnmii l'aliicu ,
Sleepers oriUcil on ill trains.
For fucthor Information apply, to
1IOISK A HAItKKlt, Agents, Salem
W. K. COMAN, Oun'l Asenl
C. O. TKRRY. Trav. Pass. Ant
121 Third St.. Portland
Do you want to die?
Do you want to getwell?
If) oil want to Die keep rlirht on filling you
V stein with MINKItAL and older rOlSO.Srfln
the shapoof DKUtiB and itlWed medicines.
JU.LL and il'OUT. quit alliiwIiiK doctor to
KM'KltlM t.NT on ou h Ith druu's and try
1)1?. J. F. COOK,
Olllco :t01 Liberty Street, Salem, Or.
He has oured eorof ieoplo slni liecunie
to Suleiii, Uv H a reimUblo iiractliloner und Is
11 craduate of two lenall ehnrtorel collegsn.
An to hla KandlliK us a 1 lllion uud till rollubll-
aja I)ulueiiiaii,an onncan l cunvinnil
that lie I not only n umyl cltlien but an lioiu'.t
num. He ha bono Hwl bIhiiiI und mltrepre-
. rV i j "" iu faiviu, oiu iih can
count bin fnend nmong the Ut citizen or
"-'"""'"I iiiiiaini-iie aue)r, in oott Incnils
arethomtvihomheliM Cl'HBD His remedies
iirv the result of n lltetlme of stuly, aud Judging
by the marrelou cure performed right hero at
home, wliero his patient may U nx-n and
talLvd with, no ou ho is iek houlil hesitate
He aUolntely purwi ull kind ot Chronlo
j7,.p. ner 0Inr wliool liao falle.,
uchas Cancr.OriveI, Kidney Trouble, Hone
theaidotth KnlO, TlaMw or Poison and
with no pain whatov w to 1ms patient.
S, C, STONE, M. D.
Stone's Drue Stores
The stores (two In number) are located a
No. , a ami m Comrlal street, and are
wellstocktilvlth acomjrfete Hue of drugs and
medlei.MM, tolUt artlcl., perfumery, brushes
etc, ete,, te,
lias had eSyar. wcparlenee In the prac
iweof wdlineaud now maka no 0hKF f.
onsuliation. exauiiuauou or preeriition,
raiufr ll..!,,0eyour ,IOMe- ulld or
KU. . ..JV..AtuJ- Pr nitrous
i-.uiito Ult UUT VVOIK Will
stroei. lelenhorie 2706. 4.1 tr
atr, ojUKMte tlw Court Houw.
Screen Ooors and Windows.
Sittua ,raST-CLASS HARNESS
aiisssa and lg. ,
SADISM KEDMOB WORKS
d.M WawMour p,, '
SOUTH AND EAST
TE SrNSTA RO'JTE,
Southern Pacific Co,
KXrRKSS TRAINS RUN DAILY
8:00 a u
M Ar. ...batein
San Francisco. Lv
5'oopm Ar Ogdcn ... Ar
6:05 PM Ar Denver. . Lv
6.43 AM Ar . . . Omaha .... Ar
8-15 r.M Ar . . Chicago ...,Lv
7.00 AM Ar. ,.Lo Angeles... Ar
8'ISPM Ar... El Paso .... Ar
4,15 p M Ar... Fori Worth. ..,Ar
i.tam Ar.. NewOrleani. ..Ar
6 4S I'M
850 A M
6,30 P U
9 as i' M
I 35 f M
Pullman hrt-clas and tounst sleeping cars
attached to all thtouch train , Tourist curs
through to Chicago without change.
ROSKBURO MAIL, , DAILY,
830 am Lv... Portland ..Ar (4.'3oPm
Lv. .. Portland ..Ar
Ar Roseburg,. Lv
to55 A M S Lv. . . .balerfl. . . , Lv 1 1 50p u
5:20 p Ml Ar Roseburg.. Lv (7.'3qa m
WEsT STDE DIVISION.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLI.S,
Mall tialns dally except Sunday.
730 a mTLx. . . TPortlanJ. . At I 550 p u
1 1 .'55 p M Ar....Corvallls.. Lvf i.'2oph
At Albany and Corvallis connect wit
rains of the C. & E. Ry.
INDEPENDENCE rA&bENULK. '
KXrRESB TRAIN DAILY KXCtPT SUNI AY.
450 PM) Lv . Portland.... Ar I 825 a W
730 P M Lv McMinnville LvJ- s.'5o A M
8.30 pM)Ar Independence Lv) 4,'5o a M
Direct connections at .San 1'ranciscu wul
stearrship lines f.r HAWAII, 1APAN,
CHINA. 'IHEPIIILLIPINEi ard AUS.
For through tickrts and rates call o- W.
W. SKINNER, Depot Agent, or O- D.
GAIIRILL'-ON City Ticket Agent, 232 Com
mctclal St. Salem O .
K. KObllLEK, Manager
H.MARKHAM G. F. &P A. Portlano
Fast Salt Ijike. Denver Ft. Worth1
Mall I Omaha, Kansas City, Ht CMT. pin
s p. in, ivouis.viucago ami ,na(.
Walla Walla, Upoknno, Mlnuo
11 polk Ht. Taul, DlllutU, Mil'
Muulce Chicago and ent.
12.9) p in
I p in. For Snn Frauclncu.
4 p. la
aau every nveunjs.
ex. blltl' blKAMKlli, 14 p. m
tiatur- To Astoria aud way Landiugs, ex Buu.
10 p, m.
Salem WILLAMETTE UIVEK lorn
7,15 pm.I'ortliiud, .Sewberf and wnyfl p. in.
10 it, m.
U. I lem
"way 10 a. m.
3 p. m
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Daily ItoMs to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg Citv
if the steamers are delated there ound
trip tickets to all.pointsin Oregon Wishing
ton, or Californi a. Connection made at Port
land with all rail, ocean am1 river lines
W. II. 1IURLUUKT.
(Jen'I Pas. Ant. Portland. O
G. M. POWERS. ARent, Trade street dock
UOISE & MARKER.
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
Connecting at YAQUINA with the
VAQLIXA BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
FlrM-cliuhJ In every re ect. The above
steamer Is duo to sail from Yaqtilna
every eight day.
Shortest Koute rietweon
Between Valley Points and kn Francisco
Fare: Albany and Point West to San Francisco
Cabin .... iio.oo
Hound Trip.... . 17.00
II. L. WAI.DKN. pnvvij emvw
A Ml K.N,
TF.l 1'. A.
J.TUKN'ER Agent. Albany, Ore.
WILLAMETTE ItlVEH OIVlSION'
STEAMER WM. M, HOAG,
Captain Geo. Raabe.
Rlllltilnv t,A.n-AAn Il-.l . a r )-
., . i . . H. ""'J .uruauu nun worvaius,
stopping at all way landings.
PO WN-Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Leave Corvallis fl tt. ffl.
Uayi Albany... ;:; 7 , m
,n ueiia'visia...... 8 a. in.
Aaves ntiepenaenco....... 9 a. m
Leaves Salem TZTmZTlOaV m
Waves Newberu.. .1J.S0
Arrive Portland j-.-.--..
UP-Mondays. Wednidj aud Fridays,
Uaves Portland ..... 6 . m
aJe Jj-WrK 10.30 a ra
leaves Balem . - 3:30 p. in
Leave Independence 5.00 p. m
Loaves Hnena VUta ZH1 7:30 p. m
'i ;V'V;.- 9;30p.m
Arrive Corvallli u.in. m
The steamer has been eaulnned wltb rlrn-
tncludlng au elegant
DoakFootof bute street.
O, 1IAERTZ, Agent.
C. SULLIVAN, Supt,
The Inter-State University System
or Musical Instruction.
E, II. BCOTT. D, SI. PRESIDENT
hr-Iif!??1 to-pr,,Te Instltnlion which I
beInnInKto number IU faoultr by hundred
fhin .iiD.pl1.' J hunls, Embracing more
than twenty state.
For the benefit of
ruptl of Private Teacher
r.,te ?,aBT acuoLAimo ntu
te?ed lfiunnltfon.n,e'1 "OM ' wgu,ttr,r thM"
HxpUnatioA ofthe ytera in deUil
in the column
.w. Watch for it.
LTTA ANUER8-AVI LM1IAN.
h. ."o Member of th Faculty
Btudeo oxer Hrrt National Uank Bldtf..
Oae or two place open for advanced player In
piano (j uw t.
There U only one place
iu wwn io g
If VOU are a Unniwr a.V
yonr neighbor, he will tell
j ou to go to Ws W. J Ol INS
lav Ubk of the Red Fiont
Dtug Store. 4.15a wm
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