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The irt lefci!ntnre ol the t .1 1 e
d M i. mii should pass 1111 income
r. ti 1 1 k r,
rtvrf.K a. rTcwjf-,
pi ' 1
, t r.
(Jermany's richest man i the can
non maker, Ilerr Krupp. His in
cme is said to be J5, 000, 000 per
The democratic battle of Santiago
it trying to break into congress, bul
it will take several more loops be
fou it gets there.
The heads of the Chinese govern
ment hare gotten Lack to the capi
ts! at Ftkin amidst burning colored
paper and the beating of tomtom.
TO OUR FItlEXDS.
Lett buy the Panama canal routr
ml build the Nicaragua cannl, thei
we will have both, and it we fine
one will not anower our purpose we
can build the other.
Other Hater, may talk about the
Ametican mule, bul with us In Mil
unui it is the Mitsnutl mule that
krrpsup the trouble in South Africa.
For ve know that heretoinre at J
leant, the great staples of Missouri's
pioduction ba been mules ar.d
Democratic majorities, both of
which are sometimes very annoying.
111 iiit ' r 1
While we don't take any itock in
ltf lltloua Thought.
Life li a proce, iheirfoio t
series of nnitaticns. The !nw f tn
to be that (lie imperfect 11 mutxiiU-,
the pei feet immutable.
I it lupgentive fact that in the
go-pel itory, no woman ever f p-
penred at an enemv of Christ.
IS all right, if 70U arc tOO fat; The timn ii coming hen man
and all wrong, if too thtn already. I will rise to the command ol mater.
Fat. enouch foryour hattt, is ials. lie will not woik from four,
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u mi on
uavij A. ueArmonn t political r- . ,.. rtr, but from love t not f.om ilave.t com
.minor opinionw.ii w. n.vo 10 imv - 1. puliioii. but from a real live interest
. r ... .-i,:,t. .... .). ,u:i I no rrcH i:irm. 00 lac, iuu 1 .
.uumu.nT.mm i ....... , " t I in tlie creation 01 hit hano. iuie
at all neceuary) to rwll down oi r QOCtorj 10O tnm, pcrataicnuy
Veit, we much prefer having it done J thin, no matter what cause, take
hy our home man. There It leu of I Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
the demagogue about him than I rvi
There are many causes of get
:tng too tnin; tnej ail come
under these two heads: over
work and under-digestion.
Stop over-work, if you can-
Whilo it Lasts.
At One-Half Price.
ilout Clark, and more braint and
lest cunning than about Stone, ar.d
we are not saying much for DeAr
nond when we lay it.
men later without hopv, without in.
tereit, the ban of ugli.icit reiti uiv.
on ever) thing that i produced.
Nrwi Note from the ChiHiU,
There are eight amendments tc
our ttate cenftitution to be submitt
ed to the people at the next generl
flection and it will not be out of tht
way to vote all of them down wit!
a dead cold negative.
We want our friends to under
stand that we wish to make Tut
Tribune the best local weeklt
newipaper in Bate cunty. We can
only d this by your help.' If yon
have an item of newt let us have it.
We want a good correspondent at
every postcflice and in every school
disttict in our patronizing territory.
We have now the best and moat
regular rt of correpondentt of any
psper in the county, and we want la
increase the number.
Ak your neighbor to subscribe
for The Tkibu.nk, and call bit at
tention to our clubbing list. If you
hive a Republican neighbor who
tj'..es nothing but Democratic paper
1'A him to subscribe for Thk Tut I
; vne. for in so doing you will assist
in coun!er.icting the virus ol Deal'
ocracy that may save his Tote to the
KrpuLilican party at the next elec
'ou. There is no rmigwumpery r
"".illy thaliy political doctrine iu
he Tribune, and will be none
-.v'-iile it continues under the prescat
-nniigement. Every dollar paid in
Vipport Ot illS iRIBUNt 1 to
much contnbuted toward sustaining
he political doctrines and policies
yu believe in. It is not the lant
; nd roar of a party campaign that
builds up a party. This is well and
goad in its place. It gets out the
vote, but "it is the constant drop
piti that wears away the stone.
If you want to change a man's po
litical sentiments, sound doctrine
and correct principals constantly
pasted before him will do it.
This is the campaign year and wc
want to begin early and keep at it
all the time, and a little help from
each of our subscribers will cost
them I ut little lime and no expense
while it will do us much good.
We me aUo prepared to do your
j U woik. piint your envelopct, let
'.sr heads, statements, and any other
: inting usually done in a well
1 (pipped printing oflice. Now
don't forget this but do ui a good
turn the (list opportunity, and yoti
MkiII nut be without your rewaid.
When you are in Rich 1 1 til call
;:ik! see 'tis At our office on I'aik
Avenue in the F. & , M. Han
If King Edward of England car
patch up the differences between
Chile and Argentina, in South
America, that have chsen him to
try the job, be will show hicmelf a
diplomat of no mean order.
Wc don't believe in war but we
do hope a revolution iu Venezuela
will overthrow the usurper, Castro,
and put in bis place a man of decent
reopecttbiiity at a ruler for that un-
I he democracy may put up
Schley, Miles or Dewey, either, for
the presidency in 1904 and they will
defeated as they ought to be.
The presidency is not an emolient
to be spread over military or naval
Special Notice to Our Header
1 his piper is on file at the office
of The Chicago Inter Ocean, 106-toS-uo
East Monroe btreet, Chi
cnj;o, whcic our readeis will be
iMiiu-ously greeted Mho may care
-3 cail upon The Inter Ocean for
;our of inspection and light-teeing
;'irotili its magnificent buildiag, tn
v. huh can be fuuud evtry median
: -ui ninl scie iiiific improvement of
'ie iie in connection with the needl
1 n i'.irut ncwr,:r.per. It i a rare
1 r. t tu any 01. c iuteieted in the
. I'irct Mid kh nild be taken advaa
The published report ot the geo
logical survey shows that the value
of mineral products in the United
States exceeded $1,000,000,000 in
J 900, being a gain of nearly J 100,
000,000 over 1S99. Coal andiron
made up more than ece half of this
What a travesty on justice to send
aegro boy to the penitentiary
two years for stealing, and acquit a
white boy for the tame offense
Sach meeting out of justice as this
will damn any country on earth
and bring home to roost all the
consequences of tuch moral leprosy
Old Virginia it taking steps to
bold an exposition in 1907 to cele
brate the 400th anniversary of th
first, settlement of that stte
Jamestown. And why not? Let
tht old state get up and shake her
self, put on her best bib and tucker
and show herself in royal good Kyle
Our grandfathers used to live there
There is a great deal ot talk
Tuesday witnessed the opening
ol the discussion in Congress wb.th .
it is hoped will end in the cco-j
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com party purity mat manes us vf ,Kthr vmi can nr not I . .. . . j
j v i 1 r- wnetner you can or run, A d , 0 a resolution adopted
.red. We never knew or read of a . . , Fmil1-rtn nf CodL.. .u. t, , i,.m...rL..
political purty that itandst and has t. t , ifl. . . . ,
dw.vs stood, for better principle. L'vcr Oil, to balance yourself before the hol.d.y recess, the Hep-
I with vour work. You can't live bu n b-ll viasmede the ordtr ot
the day in the House and Mr.
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party hat elected to the presidency can. There's a limit, however, 11 u " V, l
. . . . A , . . I measure. After a ccmpren:nsive
has been n honest, upright, Gcd vnu 11 nav for ir I ... . .. ...
, . . .... . you upay torn. Ineeclin t favor Mr. Ilcuburn
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Laver t'lbniied to , extensive cate-
Oil is the readiest cure for chming bich demonstrated tht
"can't eat," unless it comes o! deep interest which is taken in the
your doing no work-you can't subject by nearly all the members
earing man, and all but two ol
hem active life-long members of
some evangelical church, and not
one of them bat ever knowingly ap
pointed a dishonest, dissolute or ir
religion, libertine to office. We long be well and strong, without of congress. In reply to a ques
will venture the assertion that a ma
jority of the governors of Republic
can statea are men of like character,
ol nnlv ui. vast miioritv of the i '
. - "." tried It, send Tory!
ofnecri of all riatiea rlrctnl bi Imai.mnla llii.n
some sort of activity.
The ironuine has
this picture on It,
UlKi no oiner. : 7
If you have not J
Ijkrt It. nanrl for Si
the Republican party, are just tuch fctreeapie taste win
men. We .ay thi. because out of I SCOTT & BOWNE
our 200,000 national government 409Vei Street,
omce neiaers, noi one-nan 01 onei new YOrK
percent are ever arrested or een 50c. and $1.00; all drusglsts.
suspected of wrong doing, in any
.... c ,...1 rl rate the taxnavers from a few tboua-
vuv jei vv n usii rvv avi vl 1 i 1. . . .
hear some voun fellow, or old fel- and extra dollar, in the way of co.t. uoni, to purcha.e the property o
I for the benefit ot a pet or two.
ruption of politics, we set it down Still they tell about how econom
lion Ircm Representative Cannon,
Mr. Hepburn said that he believed
that the compensation to Nicara
gua and Cc.ta Rica, as rovided
is the protocol which has been oe-
fotiat:d by the State department,
was $5,coo,ooo and r,oco,ooo re-
ip;ctivIy, Mr. Page Morris ol
Minnesota gave notice that be
would offer an amendment to Mr.
Hepburn's bill authorizing the
President, under certain condi-
ths Panama Canal Company, and
appr:p riating (50,000,000 for the
Mr. Edouard Lampre, Secretary
General of the Panama Canal
Compiny, is now in Washington
and has made a verbal offer of the
We are in favor of holding our Panttra Canal to the Isthmian
that he suspect, other, of being '"Hy" the county's affair, are be
guilty of what he would be guilty of ,nS conducted. Economical, yes
if he had the nnnartiinitv. Fortu- but not for those Who tOOt tDe DlilS
nattly he don't often get the oppor- evatta iieraiu,
tunity in thi. country. Such fellow.
never attend party caucuses, mr ori
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roaries. or conventions, and if thev ""e luuic,' convenuon. n. v-anii smmiaawn.
v I . . . .! .t!- .1:-.
Jo they are beaten at some scheme later man June, ana ourcoumy, sen- v,aomei nseeung mis bu ws oi5-
tbey want to put through and raise wnai ana congressional conven- cu.seu auu me F.esiuc..i .u
lions as soon tr.ereatier as may ot 1 aivisori eaprcssca lucnucivi-i
convenient. Th more candidates, j believing that this new ofler should
and the sooner in the field the bet-1 receive the most carelul considcra
teritwill be for the organized re-1 tio i. 1 here have been so many-
publicans of this state. We will (rumors to the effect that this new
need a long pull, a strong pull, and I offer, which has not jet been made
the cry of corruption. We have no
patience with tuch people, etpec
sally in our own party.
Mould pal Ownership.
Lonsdale and fruit of-the-loom bleached rn islint, 7 tac
All the beet grades cf calico 4 I 4c, bit hiding one lot of robe
One lot 10c percales, 6c.
7 spool. Clark's O. N. T., 25c.
L. L. Muslin, 3 7-Sc. . . ,
Good liberal sited towels, "r.
Ladies' $1 kid gloves, 80c.
$1.00 yd. silk, 63c.
Good quality ladies' handkerchief, 4c.
t lot of $1 corsets, 49:.
t lot best ft corsets 75c.
$t and 1.35 broadcloth 75c.
SSc 50-in suiting, 50c.
50c dress goods, 30 and 35c. ,
You have never liad such an opportunity
to buy dress goods cheap.
Men's work shirts 15c, best 38c.
Men's overalls, best, 38c.
Men's suits, just a few Isft, abiut ball price.
Men's pants, good line, way down in price.
Men's sacks, goaJ grade mlx:J, 4:.'
Men's socks, best grade mixed, 7:. ,
Men's collars, 3c. . . ' - .
Men's collars,' were ijc, now 3 for :5c.
Municipal ownership long ago I a pull altogether to oust the Jeffer-1 in writing, was for but a part of
passed out of the stage of theory .on City gang, and capture the next I thi property of the French com
and experiment, if, in fact, it ever I legislature. And the work must ap-1 pany and further that clear title
belonged there. Centuries before peal to the rank and file, and enlist could not be given, that I called on
America was discovered public own- their active co-operation. This is M. Lampre at his apparlments in
ership ot public utilities was highly the year to do business in Missouri, the New Willard, and received
developed. The city of Rome and all should fill to and help. froti him a positive assurance that
a, 000 years ago possessed its iplen Republican Press. I his offer covered all of the proper
did public baths, its superb acute-1 I tv scheJuled in the invoice of M
ducts and other utilities owned and
managed by the" government.
Democrats Talk Oat.
Ihe State Tax Commission of
Minnesota has filed its report with
Gov. VtnSant and he will call an
extra sett ion of the legislature to
co.isider the proposition submitted.
Oae recommendation made by the
commission is for an income tai.
The only states in the union that
propose to tax incomes aie Repub
l.i' I Si.:
, j. ; v
Ri'.i says-the moon is
. mi ; ;y fio.n u. Con-liii-
j iKM.it s n.me ol our
ii i'i-iiicu ai nuking
1 ! c
s!..!.'t I hiue her
Wheat a won urn give up It is because
elk haa Ron to lb uunott limit ot
UrtDgXh and tinliimnct. It is a marvrl
tiow women will ataK'r " uSr tlie
daily houarhold bunlcni hra the who!
bortjr la rsckH with jmia.
l-'or the nervuus, run-cluwn condition
which ao snany women nprit nee, as a
rult of overstrain in household mrea,
titer ia no Medicine can equal lr.
Iierc's Golden kledical Discovery. It
4rnirt!ins tlie weak stomach by rur
iiiR uikeuea of tlie organs of tlieMion
aat nutrition. It putuies the Iduod of
oitona whirh" caiice rlieumstiun and
ether plnful dlaekiea. It nourishes tlie
nerves, and builds up the body wilh
auuml, healthy flesh.
There is no tlcoiiol In "Golden Med.
icl Iiroverya and it ia entirely fica
front ojitutu, cocaine and all oilier tuir
Arceiit no autlltute for the Discov
ery." There ia nothiiiK " just as pood"
for sreaJkne, nervouanesa ami dibiiity.
I want Ihe whole worH to know what le.
TTWrce . mrhnaM have Ana i tue. wrllca
Sire. Hetee. Hmrrifrair. ui luue. Knui Co.,'..
l he.4 MMine 4 tto ilte o4 kuum'i l.le. IMe
Immk end Ihroal trMtirl lue bceijve.. end hm4
rltea.i.am. Aboul year Kku 1 hei ! ave
Bv mwk ws eo Le.it- I h. J liimril ucll
ftlHmt ynur sne.lk'te I (ho..!.! I W.H1I1I hy iL
1 1 luwr UMitra W rwr ' i.Mrii Mr.t el lie
e4 I'.liria.' tm4 li time I heii lukre.
hail u4 Itae Si. I liwltt I lrt,n i. gain. an4 a.ri4
aa ir.llaa brttvf. Aul m. I lia.c 110 nn., ol
ftv )4 eul ... e t.l e. au4 am c.iuirly curvj il i1m.
fc.au.iei. I kcl like m u.. w.uatt.M
Ir. I'ierce'a Couituou Sense ilt-i'.ical
Advtaer la aent Jttt oa rervipt of lnij
to y tspeuse of mailing only, hcu I
SI one, -trot utan.JH for the book In
paper Cover, or ttainps (or rlot'i
bindiMg. AdJrra Vl. K. V. fieicc, Uuf
Itl iiK V.
indicates that there is a ring at the
state capital and that it had become
The sank and file of the UrM corrupt But while the disclosures
Democratic majority in Missouri are milj, were mortifyingto Democrats
saying many ugly things this week. lhey j ,j,e enA cetT up the
Last Monday a political farce was political atmoaphere and prove ben
enacted in St. Louis, which will efici to the Democratic party,
kindle the fires of factional hatred The rank and file of the Democratic
against the Dockery henchmen and p,rtf ,re honest, and in the con
gold bug intruders, until the politi- duct ol political matters they be
cal sword will be drawn to lop the ieTt lhit hone,, methods are just as
discordant branchet from the leader, irtdiapenai tie as they are in the
ship in Missouri politics. Tte sen- transactions of the other.l business
timent of the party was not express- if,irl 0f iife. At a result of the
ed and the manipulatort of that cun- Cardwell invettigation, the Demo
ting trick played upon the represeo- cr, 0 tne ,re now .tive to
tativet of the county commiitert will the estent and character of the
receive payment of principal and in. cr0okednest that was perpetrated,
terest in the coming campaign. .un L now who the euiltv
The Cardwell investigation went j.ulin ,nd wllich if g pirt 0j lhe
far enough to indicate a discredit- r.r0rt of the Walker commission
able condition ot aUairs. It clearly .ni ,hat . ci,.r t0(s uneauivocal
title could be given,
It is the desire at the aduiinite
tratton that ths Hepburn bill shall
Cedar City Reporter.
All the Missouri papers gave
much space to the launching ot the
ntw battleship "Missouri," particu
larly noting how "she took the wa
ter." Newt that anything hat taken
the water gracefully is alw yt a sur
prise to M issourians. Iola Register.
parties are, and, knowing this, it it
safe to say they will be made to go
away back and ait down. LIDora-
do Springs Sun.
Vernon county has been Demo
cratic for a long lime now, and to
all thinking peisont it it clear that
no county's interests were cser
worse looked after. Year after
year taxes have increased and the
benefit derived has decreased in
about a corresponding ratio. Why
not try change? A Republican
adminUtration mipht be no better
it could poisihly be no worse. "A
change of pasture makes fat cattle.
The I'eiald sized up the Uix suits
biuiucts c meetly at the 'utect.
I he Uxra alone a judgment
against the pioperly and no suit ia
necessary, l he suits were l.iougbt
fur no otb:r purpose than to epa-
Mayor Reed of Kansas City de
livered an address at the late meet
ing of the State Teachers' Associ
ation, colored, at Kansas City. In
the course of hit remarks be said:
"When there is not one negro in
the United States mho it unable to
read and write, then one-half of the
prejudice agpiutt the negio will be
A colored teacher, the principal
ef Liucfrln Institute, replied to the
mayor's address and among other
things he said t
'The mayor saj t lint when the
negroet of the United States can all
read and write, then one-half the
prejudice will be removed. That is
true and when every white nun csn
read and write, thru the ollur hall
will t removed."
ICducation that tducation which
makes the capable American citi
seu is what is needed to nmoe
the prejudices v. Lull hinder Ihe
growth ami preperity ot a free peo
ple Hickory Co. Republican.
be promptly passed by the llcuse,
but it is understood that the rub
ject taill be thoroughly canvassed
by the Senate. Speaking cf the
question of route, Senator Mason
said yesterday that be thought hit
proposition that the matter of the
selection of route be left to the
President was tapidly gaining
friends. Senator Mason believes
that Columbia is as anxious to
hive the Panama Canal completed
as sre Nicaragua and Costa Rica
to have a canal built through their
territory sod lis advocates author
izing the .'resident lo ask lor pro
posals from alt the countries inter
ested. It is cettain that Congress
will not immediately consent to
Secretary Hay's proposition to
pay to Nicaragua and Costa Rica
the aggregate sum of $6,000,000
fer constructing a canal which
roust accrue to greatly lo their ad
vantage. Representative Sulzer, cf New
York, said yesterday, that he
thought the President ought to be
authoiized to select the route and
that the construction of the canal
should be carried on by the United
States Engineer Corps, He cited
the great amount of engineering
work which Ihe Corpse has per
formed in the Yellowstone l'ark at
minimum of expense to the gov
ernment, from which lie aigues
that the most economical construc
tion of the canal could be accom
plished by Ihe aame method.
The decision ol the I'rcfcident to
make a personal examination ol
the case of Admiral Schley, in bis
capacity ol Commander 10 Chit! ol
tlie Army and Navy, 11 trparded
by the members of hi party as ai
(Continued on prje 1 )
Tlie Most Sensational
Sale ever held in '."this com
munity, of merchandise
that is up-to-date, fresh
and seasonable. For in
stance: A iOiKr criit. dlxcount will Ik k'-voii on nil our ilubbi'r
OvrrMhiw. ryit HooU, Kut.lr tlutliluit r nil UmR
. Men and Boys Suits .
Ovcrrortta. Itoya' Km- Pitntn. Mi n'a Working Trouaera,
Mn"a Fine Troum rx, l'nd. r .-ur, Shirt, 8n vn tor And unui
rrou othi-r Iteina,
At Prices Nover Hoard of Boforo.
ere Arc Altw of The Many Itruis:
S and 4v
rnth rwcnr. worth 2.V, nt.;
Hlilrti, worth f 1 nnl for
. . Drvem Khlrta. wvrl.Vi-
lliiy' 2-l.f aultH, worth .i:,...
llntaj, worth f 2 and f.ir ,
llata, worth 7.V nnd $1, for .....
100 pnlrx I-ll.-ai -t w.rth f 2 '-0 to 3,Vi ut (ksr i l.Zi
Kliora, worth fl.Tj nud 11.50, nt tv ami !;,
A ftw pair tm n'a fluH-a worth 1 ;i,H at f I.Ls t l
In fact rvi-rytliinj; In the hotiMO nt n tiii. u,,.uily low, rUn.
upprlce. You ; nxiihmt your o n liilrnt If you don't
coiue find m-o nn for the ubove IIuch.
CIIASNOfr BROS.'; '