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TI110 KANSAS CLTY ,1 PUKKA L. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. J895.
EDITORS FOR SILVER.
MMM'ii'i:u mi: ihhj isi Tin: yi'i
HON At SI HAl.l .
GOVERNOR STONE'S ADDRESS,
in: aii:i(cii,i:!i,v rniii:s cliimiumi
AMI III. AIIMIM'.IIIAIIO.N.
Hon. IHfl iHUml, '"i'llrtr fniktetl MBll
oih.tt ln Sink MtiiMii "iwlir
trt llttflr uf Hi Hlilto .Melnl
All Ailtlre o Ihe
5J d-ilta, Mo., .ftilv S3.(SperlftI 1 Tho split
li the MlCpourl Dentm-tiicy wa ttldclKil
.1 ! deepened n i hi- hitler foliiiK he
uv n Hi I' i iiiiik Krently Iti'fiisiiloti
i Hi itroe 'ii if the conference r
f i liver Hi Mi) i ith ittom, held h. r.
i . iv. Tl Hi 'i dlstlnpuiflhel li-iiio-
I i' c Off ' vv 1 n s , k' , tV 1 r-'m i
S- " 'it i m il 1 1 "nne iiii Mini
Hi ll 11 I 1 ' "il'lll I Mil . Iillt
I .1 i li -i i it 'il I with
mlntf i i .ii ! troi ' i n I iilnti
i fhetin ) i K'latli ii ' h i,nll-
i ttifl . i
' I IMIt M1-! usscd I 1 1 -
' net i ' 1 vv hi I u.l In
iiny t ii. i i a li vv n
i e I ' i nor m i i i'i I
it the i i unlit i ' i to-
' r 111 i J i-ltlOl I I I . lpn
i vv n i-iii i il ill h i i iv .wul
i ul h 'I I hi I bo" i I i 1 in l
" c i II i! lion l I in.
i i me h' i uri lii i iriil
' , II i ' i 111 I 111! ph ll Hi il
t IV . ,1 !'. I I I ., Il'lll
t i i p t in stum i I iin-
n.: XV i u I. nl f i i li a'll
t oi thi i "pi tn thi il m.'l
I mil il com " l l illlfpstttttloi fou
ls - ii ill Iltann ' Mr. Cleveluhil ind
K 1 1 iry OtrliMe. im i i.iiil much attention
'i i utterances c n Munition of tlnnncc,
' ' imunccd their cold slnmlnrrl Ideas
v. h powerful criticism and declared such
li ax wronK nnd a botrnyal of the party
t' n .l-vnted the men. Senator Ooekrell
v i fii tnorp novel e Ihan he usually Is.
lit innk up the (.'levolnnd-nelmont Hymtl-
i leal, showed ItH many liuil features,
in ' with strohtr words hammered the men
Win manipulated it Thi silver men lioldly
il I mil they had 90 per cent ot the people
tv th them, and would fWht It out on that
II There nn to he no straddle. Colonel
1 . of the Richmond Democrat, declared
ih t up iih lost last fall by the straddle
r'i i.im, while Colonel Bnltxlcr said tho
1 i -em dtuntlini boiled defeat at the fut-
i I'd Ion but with a pant defeat and
t iiinpecllp, the tdlx'c-r people offered no
c luailrli to the (joldbiiKS. Rather, they
i mi e I on them with both fern, to to speak,
a ' -'.imped them as If they Intended to
i min.ite their exlstonre. The silver men
n .1 i no see ret of the disrupted condition
c' the partv In the stnte and its ohaotlq
'indltlon national!, but held that on their
1 'a'ffirm alone could harmony be found.
Th. icsult of the conference will enthuse
ii" -liver Democrats and emphasize the
..Inn. 1 William P Snitnler, of Boon
x e. i ailed the meeting to order at 10
k .it which lime about ixty of the
t i .r- and politicians were assembled.
' pj the number were Governor W. J.
S' in 1'nlted State Senator V. M. Cock
r i "onBreHsman H. 1. Bland. Senators
i.i h Ilnllard, Banket and Yeater and
S ai Treasurer Lon V Stevens
Cli ilniiiin -iHilnr's Itiiinarki..
v are assembled at this time," said
i 'in in Snltzler, "to consider the meat
m mis of finance and public polity that
'i .nt U8 in this state." He r furred to
0 Mi Urook, 'if Ttxus., who was a vis-
Mho was he said "A Democrat, as
v ir for the free colnigi4 ot Hllver at
1 Applause ) We welcome him
i v i our council now and clasp hands
v i m as a broth i i the Demociats
i-tates of M' nl and Teas Will
ii effort to r m the people 'i en
1 ruination o il -treet a' 1. nn
t i p. culatior
' i .-le to ' i n -I t in
: net t of ' I j i' w I
1 - . aim in. I
v ipposiv . ,u m h
t rpahf ithe ' ! i
i td hv m in
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".in I t 1 1 I i :
th' illi i i i n
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i mttee u. i
'e ' r ine rank and flic
i i i'tl for frio silver
i "i nK.iiily..ition and
'h '" hen fur nm-
ll I'M im nU of the
t and plan fur tne future To et
Hej, to(ethr biforu !( Hon on a,
rn that e hupe an I eipm.1 nill be
i bv tho JVertli! Kprlni,. loinention
njllat- full the nvmemtoui. re.
hty of the -.iruation. It r ,1s upun
I leet the I-4U18,
re im, i j on inll takf a posl'lun
l ill 1 lll -11 ! it lllllOt be
i tl ' f i , I rt-
Highest Honor-. -World's Fair,
83! W5R ra 8u fe4 m
MOST P&RlECr MADE.
K pure Grape ( tqiv ' f T ' ijt Pow )tt Free
Vnin Amn w i A'i m r i . t m
40 YEARS THE JTAhVARDt '
mm, Kl fflWffiBS5T.
1 1 m m m ' ivstas
w&i S?i ra V r M
w li'i i i 1 hinorihli (i litr in
" r ! i t
Mi II I i;i u , of llie.t.fln(HQn Inlel
1lLiii"'r n1 .litivs rt Alien, of the lloon-
Ai(il wmi i hotten Mcretatlis
in I ( ha mini !w irhr appointrd a 'om
in it . it hn m nermimnt oritaniritlnn
in I a i-iinlhir lmmittei on ttn ddfm to
I' t tibi -In 1 t" th- ! Itiii fnt of the Mali
'1 h iiiiiuiti. nn iiermantnl orRflh'isntieti
us i iniin, i or r li. Wlratton. ft lain
liiitimii S l Ti-twlln. fhnrleflon ! m
ot.it r J llnMin, Niada Jtmli .1 T
Hi,ulhan t. hanon tliiKllc. J. J. I'ool,
To prip.ite an i 1 lre Colonel i.
Sitxier n tttim. ' by fhp, cptivcntion
as i h.ili man, nith W lllam McJfnma, ft
l,oiil Timi,.ll .1 i.' jWiOclhittcHi In
tilllftene. ), T, H While, Warsa Knter
prist, and V. fl 1. .tittill. Shflbliia Dein-
,iiiil rta nllalil
Anion)!; thqe prc-etit er: William V
SiiIer. lemo nt Hnonlllri itanut" It
Allen, AibHitcr, Hoont lllei PharlM. II.
W'hltinker. liimocrnt, CHntorti . tl Tet
fller, ITflnocrat, Charleston, If. tl tlroves,
It t niacin er. Itlncton:. !1llfford,. Hair,
liimmrat Montro . It. Iicwl, Herald,
l'nimliuton. J ft. Ooldnwe. TreM 8pti -tttur
rfil-lnin , . T. ' Towles. Tribune,
Ml-rson "li, W, H (t"llemore, Adver-
li., Kavirte, ntilinm .ncivmee, nines,
ft I.ouls. II C Idol, Heiald, Benton, t.
J Wal Im, Mall, Nevada; II II. Urooh.
fhimptoh, Amnrillo, Tet , II. J'
Mason. t. ii.ler, t."aclte, H. T.
lturckhnrdt Hevlw. VVindftor; . It
I! !ihnti, tla?"tte, T'bnsahl Hill,
,T. M. Sl Mb had, N.WK, lt. Joseph: J:. It.
Hrltt. Jtiiinii, St Cltarles: J. K,l'ool,
I'.iiiiler. iintralli, T. H While, Knler
prle Warsaw. William HiiRh, llemo-
iat-11 mn. n PnveUe, llM-relt I'laef, llr
aid rum (lr.ni, M H SainllilK", lrOfri'M,
Marsh ill I. Nelnn. i:i!e. Itunceton;
.1 lloiff, lietlio'tit, Monroe fil) , t.
W HlliKhiim, Ni, Si hill t'ltj , .t. A.ltah
ini, l. nli'i. irnl!lo, 1, Hiis'ell Mon
ni, Tim. Tipton: W. tl I, .! well. Hem
ixrtl, Shelbiiia, P H. Hiintton, lnrawM",
SiiLilla. Ik . Iiriimmond. yul VHe, Well
Inuton, ,r. f ralteisnn, V- modal-News,
Marshall, II ttnimr Mice. A. me, MiKVins
ville: I'llhan Alhn. Pru 1ih:i' V roch-f-an,
tlait.'tto 9t Jiwrph, Thomas n Ho
wie, li'Miocntt, Hl hmnn I. W t. Vlusgrove,
liiti'lllttt neir, I.t islmct in, .1 T Urndshnw.
Ituslli, Tipbifon: Ii.u l.uther. Record, t.a
monti , Havtn llriiwn. Hi ir, Warn tisluii'K.
A twin was taken until afternoon and
the piopie g.ithired at the park to hear
fonvicMmiin Hlnnd's .uhlr.'Fs "Thr conn-
tr Is with siivfr. tii ui "Tiione conn
tr!i u'hi. h him. sil, t hntc niini to snare.
If tlnv brinw It to us thev are com pi lied
to em h.uiRe tt for propift, real estate
and piolme If silver was i otm d the peo
ple would not hae to take am more of It
than Him tt.ititcl. As r. i i vchnnitlnv tt
for Bold, no mill i ould be fori ed to Klve
cold for silver Kvor .tatltlclail sayit
that 'in Amerhun Is Kiiattr In producIHe
Tiaer than two or tn.iri men of nny for
eign country Therefoie, we no"d twice as
Mr ttland i lnimed that the at I.on!s
Intirvlcw misrepresented his words reifurd
Iuk (he nemoiratli partv He did not say
thete wiis no Democratic part. but that It
was disorganized and In n i haotic state.
What would cement it together was the
free coinaae issue.
Pernio ncot Or.uilratliin.
A permanent oriMnlKatlivj iij." effected
diirinR the nffrnoon with the followlnit of
ficer PreMdent. t'olonel F Swltzler,
Hoonvllle 'icmocrat. vie pn idents, one
from each eotitresionnl dhtriit: first,
John A Knott, Hannibal Journal: Second,
B P Ulanlnn. Palis Appeal, Thiid, T, P.
Hotfle, Rl limond Dimo.-iat: Fourth, C. P.
Cochran, St. Joseph (lajlette; Firth, W. X.
Southern. InrtepehiU nop Sentinel: Sixth, C.
II. Whlt.ikT, Clinton Democrat: Seventh,
T. T), White, Vaiav Enterprise, Ulfchlh,
J, P. Hell, Pulton Teleerinph, Ninth, V It.
Brltt, St Charles Bannei : Tenth. Wlll
iam McNamee, St Louis Times: eleventh,
unrepresented; Twelfth, uiucpresentid;
Thlili-enth. S II, Lewis, Fai-mlnton Her
ald. Fourteenth, S. Q. Tetw'eller, Charhston
Democrat; Fifteenth. O. V. IllnKham,
8chell City New, secreUirv, It. J droves,
IiextnRton InlelllRencor; treasurer, C, J.
Wald-n. Nevada Mall
The executive committee (s composed of
the elective ofllcers of the association.
The address ot Governor Stone was to
have bren delivered nl iiiuht, hut as he
had prepared his .speech especial! for the
editor', the plan was chanm-d, and he spoke
at Elks' hall at 2 o'clock His speech
abounded In the most caustic criticism of
the Democratic administration and the gov
ernmnt.U policy, and was. delivered In a
dashlnji impetuous1 stjle that brought
forth the wildest enthusiasm scores of
tlms. He was Hfrhtins the administration
and the three score of editor, who sae
wild applause, were with him His spets-h
was Hiirprlhjnirly bitter, but everv word
was l'idors 'd by the editorial listener".
Colonel Swltzlir, thi vterun chairman,
fairl aroe fiom his eat at times when
tho4 applause burst forth.
Governor Hone's Aililrcs-.
Oovernor Stone said that he would not.
on this occasion, discuss th- philosophical
or economic phases of the mom y question,
as he presumed that the numbers or this
convention ot silver editois aluadv had
setthd convictions on the suhiect of silver
coinage. He thouht they knew what they
wantid, mid that the had met to secure
Ki inter co-upetutlnn In pioinotlng tile cause
they advocated. In the com.se ot Ilia re
marks, the governor said
"In the discussion ol this question of sli
ver coinage tlnie tue some thltiKs that
ouKht to be conceded because ihov cannot
be truthfully or honestly disputed Of these
thltiBs I ma note thi tollovvliw
"First That sold and sllvet aie both rec
ognlitca in the i onstltutioii a the money
metals of the countr.
'SecondThnt from the adoption of our
first national colniiBe laws In 17'2, down to
1STJ the sllvei tlollat vva by the express
itrim. of the law. niade the unit of value.
"Thlid-That limine the tirst 1 1 ntury of
our national lire both metals had ftee en
tty to the mints ot the I'nlted Stales, but
the hilvir dollar nnininl the KkuI unit
ot v alui
"Foul th "That the so-called demonetiza
tion (lause In the net of lK7.i, if not surtep-titloui-l.v
iiltilti"! and parsed, vmim passed
without the know li due of a uric majority
oi tht senatois .um ttpreseiitatives then
In oruries. or ol th' niesldetii of the
t i d States: and aNo without the ques
tio alnR bten In .uiv ilcerit, discussed
inn passm upon n tne ptOpli
llr or truthful m .'l at .ill familiar
vvi financial hlstoi i an dispute these
! ns Anoth' r thliia. In all falr-
ni wht to b" u limit' I for it Is Hue,
th the dl-uoverv ot the fact of de-
nu on hid as a i n t In the act of
1ST imTi, thi Diniii'iati" paiiv was
ur reKiii led a the iincompromis-
tiil it of i-Mvi! 'eti.om ti7utiui , anil
ti lorint- it In ii" foinvr Hrfhts In
tin oi the entiiil)' Tin Denioi rat(c
ha 'ic ( htinipioti of a tual pi letical
111 mm 1 h"'i' ' ot the imnuiJIatn
re f Mint image. On tin other
ha i iil'le a'i pnt stood forth as
th i it ot fin li. .uoti.it.s on this
Mil I'rom thi d.ivs nt JVff(ison to
th of ctiel.ini, the lit mooratlo
pa it politlm! orpanizaiiuri advo-
ci tru i "in i ;i ot both B"ld an 1
sii pou i ijiial tii ins and upon each
i.i , lonuiiss mMht, from time to time,
de line, with a viiw to kieplng both
im u In i Irculatior at a parlt
Tim lluuioi ratlc bpllt on hllver.
'in IM. some thrre mouths after Ms
tl!t cbdloii, Ml Clevelmd. In a letter to
(Jeniml Warii'i and others, grave noliie to
ltlIlKIl' nii't ih' i oiintr that he was not
in sympathy with his imit on the silver
Miiestioii 'Flu n lnhiiii the first stiloun dlf
f. tern between Iji linn rats on the subject
nf isilvtr i,inai; 1 torn that day forth
Mi t livihiiid aid, I by New Yolk and
Ni w Pnitlun 1 tii an ii r, hab iouuht to bud
1 1n f.ui ivmiv uoin Its ancii lit polii
hi on tils iin-ilon, and to hilny it Into line
villi the hi am Inl Idea udvocated, tlist by
the old 1'Vdi mi puity. then bv the Whlus,
and tlnall by the ltepublli,iii This Is
the simple tmtb of hlstuiv, and tt uugiit
not to l denb I. This icmaikable exploit
of the pi'iiident has fun id a most unfoi
tunati Lontroversy upon Deinoiruts within
our own lanks l!"i(ius" of Mr. i'leve
land'h hostility to sllvei i olnuife I openly
and nuldli Iv opposi d hi. Humiliation In
il in .Maul! uf that eur, In a speech
dillveied 1 Jiffeison Citv, I declared tn
opposition to his nomination on in count of
his tlnaiicliil vi and exues.sed .v feur
that, if he shoul I In iiomtnated and ulect
ml, lie would divide hi putty from one
ocean to the uthii Ntvertluless, aftet his
nomination I viili.d my own views and
supported him wuli tin utmost loyalty and
viaor. We vvt-c ill told that the tariff was
tliK riuiotioa M.. i im mid liiimi-diaiu
imsrtuni ai. that we must let the
liiiwei (,ii bti n .. one for the present And
ha i a oidiiuj'i iibordliiaied our Vlirs
on tin- morcy qn nlon, iiprmned our ai
tiiili'i i' ) iruM I mil baders. fell Into
lino r.n,ii, a ieat Iwttle, and won n
Uupa Turut in A "lie.
"But hope ha turned to ashes on our
lips, larlff ifeulsli' ! iven has proved a
dUuilipoiliiu. at li nil had our thoiifs of
vkt ry dicj iv, .j fure thi air was hcavi
with wU!sprs t UMiVHlUin' Tin-tariff
was relets i , ihe rear. Congress was
convened In v t ' -rSlon an 1 tomniaiideq
to enact a u i.ik ondltlonall iipeallnu
ihe Srniniiu .. .vhlch, uudeslralile as it
ft. w. tin . i -tatutc thun in .sisuuee
autaoililut' lis .U14BO of a silvvr dollar.
Tljti friends u, ,ir coinage. ur bimetal
lism, inid the iiiu t hints ur. m , .sartly
urnZioymou w -ie wllw to i.peul the
Sherniun law, ir thy had vuti 1 ajfaiust
it, nrOWili-d th. Blaud an. m nuim thlii
"tft'i i fc'J "1 i ould be uiun.'l lu its
stead Thiytnii unwillinv to wipe cvr
Vl f silver Pvlstotion from the bint'
uw. But Mr CI. v eland and Mr Sh riuan,
wiio itcted in lonnaut and i lu-.i to-opera-t
on, 0Mld have nothing shui t .,! unond.
Uonl repeJ iii.d tiny vitri. u. ii.sfyl.
AtbltllT Hope llhibliil.
Ii- v tbm itni,.l, vv. wii to'ld thu
Mi i land ' . i iliv ii ' ii r of hi-
Ei.i... ,..-, and u: m ivv a ii.u cbasi
I - s1 rn in law vv v out of th vvnv he
. (i iui.m hi t ui vni nl poll v 1W ir.i
l.i. u yiver ir k shvtinti inl n tutter i ur
niii sv!un That hope howivcr. was
hiii blnslcl bv his v.to of tin bill lo coin
th. ilvr s-litnoraKi- and bv announdliiT
tin i"irpiip of the irivitnm.nl to absolute
Iv vv ili lt option to imv lt ciirreiv v ob-
v n ilvi lt option to pn lt ciirreiv v ob
iL'iM'iis In nther Kiln Thl n. vv policy
null iverv ohllienlUin of the I mud Mates
piv ihle in Kohl at th option of thi hoi ler,
ill hKiiKh vast sums were, bv the terms of
tin !1W an I the obilaallnn tnem'eives,
piunlle in iltlipi oln at the option of the
ituvi rntnent The Mvv or iom;rc were
l !' le b Ihe order of the president, and
wp re brought nt once hot oniv to it fUn
!. (.old stnndnrd. but to practlml gold
monnmetnlllfm The Imtlieillafe result vvns
a dlatrous panli,
tin irtlluiK for the 'IriM'urv.
And m mnlhtnlti thl new svstem of tin
tii th" treasur of the Pnlted States hns
le .n put under the unrdlnnhlp of a vn
ili. nn of New ork lmnker, who have
mule million of dollars out of our tnv
p.ivirs in neiotlfltltiff Iwnds sold bv them
to maintain the srold reserve In
the itensurv. It Is not reliiRrk
ii.ie that tth ndtnlnitratlon ror
nhiih on and I, In nimmon with cur
Duniierallc brethreh throitKhout the coun
liv. are responsible, should have broiiRhl
l) this about Por more than ten eai
we opposed the tteptibllofin party, under
the leadership of Senator Shertnnn, In its
fTort to establish gold monom"tiilllm
Whit John .iherman i ould otil.v imrtlallv
rt' 'omplish, and had almost abandoned.
pe illisi oi nur siurni oii'oniuu, .m
Pevei.ind, tin man of our choosing, has put
upon ii Shall we accept from Cleveland
what we spurned from the hand of Sher
man" I Bold monometallism any better
or worse wh'thir It Is accomplished tmder
one man or another?
He l Ailllireil.
"When t think of nil the battles I have
fouifht bv the sid,. of mv pcmocl-atli
brethren here In Mlsoiirl nsalnt this thing
I nm amazed. I can !cnrelv realize that
It Is to-dav a miestion In this stnti whether
Ihe Democrnlii' party shall henceforth
wnml ror sllvir coinage or ngnlnst It. I
ilen.v Mi Cleveland's right to commit the
Democratic pnrt lo this policy Ae, more,
to be entlrel cnndld, I regaril his elfort to
do so as an iti t or bad fnlth and a betrayal
or millions of his eilovv citizens who
triitid It'irt and .supported him.
"Whether gold tnonometnlllsm or bimetal
lism Is the best for the countr , whether
silver should bo coined or demonetized,
whether the equal loinuge or uotn meinis
will promote or prejudice the best Inter,
ests of the people "re (juestlons nbotit
which men are nt liberty to dilTer. and
about which thev -do entertain the
most radical differences of opinion. Those
differences of opinion make the necessltv
for political parties. Parties are formed
so that citizens having substantially the
same views mnv co-operate There Is no
need of two parties for two sets of men
hnvlng the same opinions and advocating
the same polh les. The Democratic mi I
Republican parties have heretofore repre
sented opposing ideas The question of
silver colnace was one of the great ques
tions about which they differed The l!c
publUan party slme W3 has opposed the
free coinage of silver; the Demociatlc par
tv faored It Hut If Mr. Cleveland l to
have his way then we will have the anom
aly of two greit opposing parties entirely
agreed upon the leading issue of the ace.
This chii onl be done by a complete sur
render and reversal of the polio of the
Demoirntle party 1 nm positively, ob
stinately and unalterably oppo-ml to that
Por twenty oars I have been standing in
the tanks of the Missouri Democracy,
lighting for the tree coinage or silver I
desire lo continue the IIbIU right In the
same line and by the side of the i-nie
old Democntic warriors If others have
lost coinage or changed their convictions,
thev are nt Illicit v to seek other partv
afhllatlons Rut 1 protest against and op
pose any man or set or men either leading
or klckins the Democratic party Into the
Rt publican camp. I account thnt man the
enemy or m party who undertakes It.
here W 111 the III liiocrats Maud?
"The question i: Where will the Demo
cratic part stand in the future" This
question must be settled among ourselves.
It must be settled first. We cannot pro
ceed until it is settled There Is no need
to dlsBinse the gravity of the situation.
It Is not the hour foi timid men, fot tlme
seiving and soft-palavering. The very ex
istence of the Democratic party the ol 1
Democratic oart which many of us have
served for more than a quarter of a cm
turv Is at stake and we cannot afford to
stand passive nnd be silent, t have no
faith In the sincerity and no pattern e with
the pretense of those who "jay they are in
favor of free silver coinage, but are afraid
or unwilling to light for It Shall our light
b- lifted us the emblem of plutocracy, or
shall it still represent the Breat princi
ples and policies or tint old Democrat.'
which came to us from our fathers' It
Is exasperating to me that there should be
a question as to where the Democratic
party stands upon this question of silver
coinage. It s astounding that men pre
tending to be Democrats should undertake
to commit us to the Republican doctrine
of gold monometallism.
'I be DemiK rue Miit Itn Arousi d,
"Here Is this convention of Democratic
editors and a few das heme we are to
have a state Democratic convention to de
clare the position of the partv in this
state. The fact that such n convention as,
that called lor August (i Is seemingly nec
essary, and that a battle Is to be fought
for its control. Is alone sutllcient to Indi
cate a. startling departure, n dangerous
menace to our ancient faith Time and
aKnln the Missouri Demociacy has
di dared for the free i olnago of
silver, but now the country Is told
that Missouri is doubtful upon that ques
tion. Gentlemen of the press, none can
do more than you to set this doubt at rest.
Arouse the Democracy of the state, re
kindle In their hearts their love for the
old party of the peopb , put into their
blood the fire of bnttle, and we will teach
plutocracy, both in Missouri nnd out of it,
that the Democracy of this great stato
IS still true to the memoiy of" Jefferson
and Jackson and Henton unpurchasable,
unconquerable and Invincible,"
'I he ""miuihI .Money" Crj.
Referring to the cr of "sound money,"
the governor snid "These are merely
catch words. Catch words are a device
Invented b smart politicians They arc
halt with which moit than one 'lune fish
erman' angles for the unwary. There are
piopie whose votis are controlled moie by
a parly cry than a party principle Party
slogans are mule often high sounding de
ceptions than anything else. Gold mono
metalllsts are rorever shouting ror 'sound
mone,' Sound money and honest money
are in substance the same thing The
declaration is all right, but Its use Is all
wrong, for It Is used to den lye If our
gold standard friends were as willing to
foin mone as thev are to coin cheap and
misleading phrazes, we would have free
colnuge at once Kvery si nsible, patriotic,
self-respecting American billeyes absolute
ly In both bound nnd honest money, and
will be satisfied with nothing else N'o
honest man will tolerate a W cent dollar,
or an SO cent dollar, or any other dollar
that will not horn stly pay Iflo cents of debt
and promptly purchase 100 cents' woith of
the necessaries of life. Neither is nny hon
est man In favor of a 15(1 cent dollar A BO
cent dollar would defraud the creditor; a
17) cent dollar would definud the debtor.
The Democrats, with whom I co-operate,
are opposed to both.
A IMg.it C.iiliHle,
"The solicitude of the money changers
for the farmers and wage earners is posi
tively hearirending Of course, when the
Morgan-llelinont syndicate of Wall street
bankers accept our gold bonds from the
secretar of the treasury at 101 cents and
sell them nt 1,3 they noi ttet the difference
with trembling apprehension of the dan
gers menacing the working man as the re
sult of silver coinage Of course, when
the option bears gamble in the products of
the Held and buy bank stocks with their
honest C'l gains, they forthwith seek their
I'losi ti and pray the good Lord to protect
the plowman from the 'silver craze' It Is
by sin h Phurlsaical pretenses, by such
balcbidash, that plain people are to be
confuted and deceived.
'Um Outirr Against HI to 1,
"Theie s a great outcry agnliikt tlio spi
cule ratio of IB to 1. We are told that the
commercial value of the two metals is
now about 3d to I, and not It: to 1, and
that sllvir coinage, if had nt nil, should be
upon the former basis. What flxeb. com
menial value" Supply and demand When
slfyrr was demonetized in 1S73, sixteen
outu es of silver weie worth moie than one
ounc of uold What has sim e depreciated
slher or appreciated gold? What widened
the margin between the two metals In
their i.ililin. r' lul value? Ovei production
of sllvir" That is false The relative
amount- of gold and sdlver In the vvoild
aie not f.u different to.dav from what
they were in Ps7l The commeniul con
sumption anl use of the two metals has
not matei tally changed since 1S7J Roth
are now ustd In the arts .tin! Industries in
the same wa and substantial! to tha
same cMmt as they were then used.
Hut the menu wry demand for silver has
been greath dei reused since PJ3, while
thut of gold hu been roirtspondlngly In
creased Prior to 1S73 the chief source of
consumption and, therefore, of demand,
for both met lis was for lolnage or mon.
clary uses Since then that soune of de.
ins nd has been denied silver, as the result
of legislatlv 'imctmeiit.
"If it should be restored would not the
Inevitable effect be to fiihan-'e the om
menlul 4lue of al'v't- by incre.ihlng lu
i onsuinption and ;o iowir the r un.ner
i lul value of gold by udmil'li.g nto It?
principal market a rival and competitor
whore now i has none? Teat Ihe free
. iinug. of --ilver on enual teims with
aali aiouU li'iica tha (UUu'sacs. in Uia
?m,n.?,rrlnl t",1,,r' "f lh" ,w metal nd
mi - if im rmomlIe , ml I bin whilhcf
it would reduce the relative valms trom
ili. ,,,n;n to 10 to 1 a question to be
iietirmlneel. I malm nn that thi increase
I ''''.'"fffrrntH. or value rrom 1 to 1 up
ii?. .' ' '" thlitlv lo the demonctl
ration of silver Remove the eanse of
lil increase in th, .IKTifiKe of value
li resulting uver in it- old mintage
rights, and 1 Ixiieve ihi! the two metals
Will soon find ahnnt tin nme live I of rel
ative Miltip they siittnltti I to em h otln r
! ,i.' "le disastrous crusade bigun
Itegln tthcre We I eft HIT.
"I nm In favor, therefore, of beginning
where we left off If We coin ni nil vvc
mut eoln at tme r0 (. cannot be
fin on the present coinmetclnl bnls of
to 1, for Ihe yer rln) we lestore sllvir
to the mint Its value will be increased
nnd the existing margin between the two
metnls will lie reduced To bcKlti Ihe
outage of both metnls at the existing
eommerclnl ratio would be a discrimina
tion against sllvet, and the eir-. I would
be to retard ihe advance or Its pn e In the
timrkct Instead or thai our poll should
be to so tieat the uihjict ns to i montage
and ptomole. tnther ihan to ills, oiii.ik
nnd lelnrd, nn ndvatnc In the value or
silver bullion, We must begin some when
Is It ho' fnlr and best to leglti where we
left off If, after a Tnlr irinl it is di iniih'
tr.iled Hint We rnnnot on that ntio tiiuln
inlh both metnls in i ire tilntlon .it n purit.
then congress can nt nil time im 'In rot
ore do what ll ha befotc dnm in tin
past change the rnllo bv leitiiitiK th
amount of gold 111 ihe gold ilellir. or it
can Increase the amount of sllvir in tin
sliver dollar, or It enn do both. Ito'h
metals should be maintained in ir ula
ilnn nt a pnrttj. Thnt Is the doctrine of
sound tnomw. Hut no kind ot pm li inn
ever be maintained as long ns lohut'ss
legislates and the president ndminlti rs
the governttu nt along lines or continued
nnd unrelenting hostility to one cr the
metals Klei t a congress and a presi
dent friendly to bimetallism and tin re
will be no serious or protracted dllll' tiltv
in putting and maintaining both tin tnls
in circulation at parlt."
Speaking on the subject of Independ
ent bimetallism, without Huropean co-op-erntloti.
the governor maintained that the
Pniled States were able to take c ire of
themselves and that It "Aaa our duty to
bad in the tight for the remonetlzation of
sliver as we hud against demonetisation.
'Ilio Chum' of Mlvcr Ahmad.
He said "Is It not pitiful and humil
iating that In this vrnr of our Lord's
grace, when Herman nnd Fiance, and
i ven Hnglaild, ale siruggllng to tree
thimelves rrom the bondage or gold
monometallism, thnt n Democratic' ml
mlnl'tiation In th Pnlted Slat - should
be exerllng nil Its enormous power to
perpetuate that miserable and ilKttiii
tlvo tv runny In our own fait land" The
German nlchstug declares for an enlarged
use of silver mone'. while an American
congress repeals the onl law whbh pii
mltted the coinage or u silver doll ir Hal
four Is winning victories for silver in
Lngland, while the ptesldent or the Pnlted
States Is striving to destro it rorever a
a money metal. Can Missouri Democrat-,
or Mlssourlans or an raith. ever eon it
to support a policy of that kind whethei
It Is chaperoned b John Slut man or
Grover Cleveland" I hope not, and I
In lleve not."
Tollovvlng the address or Goyernor Stone
then was nn adjournment to 'he p.uK to
near senator iocgreii lie poke lor tnree
hours and poured manv broadsides Into the
Cl.'velind-C'arllsle: position, and was liber
.Mr. tm hrell's Acldris.,
Senator Cockrell spoke, in part, ns fol
low', beginning b.v asking the qui stion
"What is the pending financial Isme"" It
Is lmpl, he said, whether the single
standard or gold shall he continued, or
the true bimetallic stem shall be re
stored "I'yery possible effort will be made to
conceal complicate and m.wlfy this vital
issue I.ct us not be mistaken, nor de
ceived, nor misled. The law of November
1 lS'ii. unconditionally repealing the pur
chasing clause of the Shot man law of July
14. iviu, lert the i iiln.igi law ol Pebruaiy
1-'. 173. in full force and effect To-day our
laws nutlioil7c the fne and unlimited coin
age of gold nt out mints Into our full legal
tinder money, and thus endow and clothe
gold with the functions of monev, and
make the metal qu.'il In value to the coin,
but they do not uuthmize or petmlt the
colnace of any sinm' nd sllvir dollars ex
cept the bullion In the ttensury, puiehnscel
under the Sherni in law, thus dcnlng to
the silver metal any funet'ons of monev "
The si nator eliiiiU'd that the Democrats
In congtess hmi never wnveicd In their
effoits to restore bimetallism, and In sup
port or his claim leviewed the concte-es
from the Port -fom tii to the rifty-thlnl.
In but one of v. hlch, he added, bad the
Democratic congressmen and senatois re
fused to vote for the flee nnd unlimited
coinage of the white metal
The Bold tar dm d was opposed by bl
metalllsts, hi tid, bocaust tlnii is not a
sutllcient qtian'itv of gold In the wot id to
supply the ! ni ind for both ludustiial and
monetary u s
1'ailiC! of the Value of Unlit and -diver.
All the y.iltn of nnv kind vvlilih coll or
silver ha4- is due to two, and eiilv two
sources ot ti" s Flrt. the ch ni.md tin us,,
as a monev miasuie of alm and .miiii
tho demand foi use for lndiistii.il puipo-. -These
are th only uses for gold oi -ilvi t
nnd the ! m indn for them Tin tins ink
glvo them all their value. Inln n nt imili
slc or othetwlse Pminent authorities vv. i
quoted to show that theie was not i noiigh
f;old produc i 'I to answer the moin't.nv and
ndustrlal us. s nnd that sllvii must as a
necessity he used for inonetuiv purpose.
'Ihe Xcl Milulst -. t lim Critic In d.
The national administration was severely
criticised tor its action in the sale ot bonds
to the Pni-lis'i syndicate und the t,i iiki r
maintained that if nil the nations It ih.
yvorld an foiled to a gold stand. ml it will
naturally follow that gold will Income
scarcer anl more e-ostl) and dillli ult to
obtain In I.irgt amounts, tluiebv making
It lncrmn In its pun busing powei The
government he said, had u liimdv where
with to le tiain the gold withdrawals din
ing the ti.'iiiilous limes some months ugo
It was b 1 1 deeming greenbacks with sR.
ver. Tin spuulfitois would have stopped
presenting tlnm, as thev could have made
nothing hkI the greenliac ks would have
continued In circulation as the did from
Jnnuarv 1, S7'i
Stutlstf' vvi re quoted to support Mr.
Cockrell's statement that the lecoids or
the past and the existing status, clearly
prove the i nfltness nnd the total Insulll
ciency or gol I us the only money or llnal
payment and icdemptlon and the measure
of the value of all other things.
The Right Iti'mcd.
The semtor them advocated a restoration
or bimetallim h a n me ly ror existing
evil". Tin Idea that tho free coinage of
silver would drive gold out of In illation
was ridiculed The gold standard nations
on account of the Insufficiency of gold for
all mom tarv um-j. and Its utter uni!tnc
tor culm d dcdlars or other smaller coins,
cannot do without silver No gold standard
nation has ever been able to dispense with
the use ef and coinage of silver.
Gold aclvoi ateti harp jbout the reten
tion or the silver dollar only bene fitting the
mine owners About time-fourths of tho
silver of the world Is produce d from the
three Amc-rl'-as, North, Central and South,
under republican governments, while tho
gold mines and their products are l.trgelv
owned or controlled by the Hothschllds und
Huropean capitalists The lontlnuanee of
the gold standaid will enrich the gold min
ers, and Impoverish the people Who would
be Injure d In any possible manner b an
im reds-, in the market value of liver bul
lion? This argument of gold advocates
about benefitting mine ow mis is two edged
ami utterly n t utes the other charge that
the restoution of the silver dollar by tho
law will not increase tho value of the metal
in the dollui
In the Brussels rotift renew of IS'ii Mr.
Alfred de Itothse-hlld. ,i delegate from Hn
gland, suid: "Gentlemen, I need hardly re
mind cm that the stock of idlver in the
worll Is eatlmuted at some thoucamU uf
millions, and if this conference vvete io
break up without arrlUhg at any definite
result, time would be a depice latlon In
the value uf that commodity which It
would be frightful to contemplate and out
of which a monelaiy panic would ensue
the fur spreading effects of which it would
be hard in for tell."
This confer nee did adjourn without any
definite inults, und on June 2. )'M. ludU
closed hir mints to the free coinage or sll
yrr, and the funimi'h inl value of silver,
measured 111 gold, ul once fill ibout I', pi r
cent Our law of Noveinbe r 1, HW rcpeuled
the pure basing clause of the Sherman law
and silver fell still lowi r. Had gold bmi
demonetised liibtead of sllvir It would
have fdllm In commercial value a sllvir
has, and bimetulllts would not be urging
tho lestiuutlon of gold to lt old place and
our gold nlvocat s would be s'lver advo
cates, catling gold the cheap, di-diomst, un
sound ru cent inane,
S'nator I'oikrell then eiuoted at length
suiitu-ti. s a to the (irudU' tiun of siivei and
showing that ther had been no ov-r-pro-duc
Hon He r ferred to See u t ir I'arllale'.i
Memphis i-peech aud n filled tin state menu
theivln a- to Ijliueiallliin being a failuru
both in ihi lounliy und in Flame
Referring to the attitude ot ihe adminis
tration toward ilni he said No nation
on earth nor all the uatlou cm maintain
the !ai!t the uUiil comimri ial value of
gold und silver, coined into uiuin y at any
l.ltlo vvhatev i, when the give to gold
free aud unlimited e.iinuK. an I d. n tnrli
coinage- to silver, and nlu-i io ixogniiici
ami treat ihe silver mom v a" t in gupi
money, or to us' It i quail wlih gol i lu psy.
lug coin ubllgetlons "
'1 lie ydtlri-s mill It, -.,lnl 1......
TU uouiwitivg uix yiUrciivii dlil not ceia, 1
MANY WOMEN SUFFER
FilOM LACK OP INFORMATION.
Doctors Arc Ton Rosen nl. A "Toman
Should lie Dcnlt Mllli Oponlr.
(artrtiLTO ois Utn zMBtns.)
Women art often allowed bv their priy.
flcl.ms to fitiiTrr much from lack of ill
formation ami anxiety,
men are rain,
I ll Is .1
often w rock
In tho tronttnoiit of frmtlc illeaei
ini'ti work from theory; nnd it Is not to
lie expected lliat they can treat as Intel
llt;ciitly thoc complaints from which
they have ncwr stitTotcil, as a woman
ran who has ninile the pn,nnim ami till
eases tit her so a life ttiily.
Women nllllclt'il with female elleaci
nn wlc In coumiutiicatltii' promptly with
Irs. l'lnkhatii. nt I.vnti, Mass. 'Their
illstresieil condition Is due to womb
trouble, and their t iniituiiis tell tho
l.ydia K. Pinlham') Vegetable Com
pound Is thu one remedy that, remoU'3
tlm cause, nntl re
stores health, eotir
np,e, and hajipiness.
Tlio ilrtieglts sell
more of It than all
other female medi
cines. Why ?
Tho follow Ine short
letter speaks for It
self. Mrs. Parker Is
a ery young wife;
only twenty-one years
old.' She was Mifler-
iiiil untold misery
when she vtrote to
Jlrs. I'inkhtun for ml
cc. fcfee the result.
Can evidence be stronger ttiAn this?
" I (leem It my duty to announce tho
fact to all my fellow-sufferers of all fe
male complaints that jour Vegetablo
Compound has entirely cured me of all
the pains nnd sufferlnr; I was cnilurinc;
when I wrote! you last May. I followed
your advice to the letter, .ind the result
is wonderful." Mi:1-. Chas. I'AitKKlt,
Little Tails, Minn. Any druggist has It.
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giving all the advantages of a large city
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cers I-iter-ir, Music und Art Depart
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l.or. O'ill, I.i-ciiif-;tnii. 3Iu
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Thomni.fi Prcinritorr and roiiiiiicrci il Courses
til bawaiij s I lull tor boy under Ills uuluuoui tho
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lti:V AND11KW ilOlllllssKV c P r.
Koiiu Uaaicj, Ind
f1'".,'! '""""cJhiiis.ricirl-iwiilt l'riiirtnicnts for
llik-llnh, I.utin.liiFrl.,r,c.ri!iiii J-linc.h,s.ciic.i., Miitlc
Alt, Addle, llls-i 11.. . ll.lihlM lrlD GuOIrcj, III.
rpnlnil f'nllorrp for Young Ladles, l'or Cat-'
liUIIJI l-UIIlltl alogua address tho President,
AltrillllAI.I) A JONKS I.nxiNGTON, MO
phne its work until the night session. The
address was It ngthy and melted the fact
that the leemocratic editors vvere in c lose
touch Willi the people, and therefore Knew
that W per cent of the Hi moc ratic yoters
were In favor of bimetallism and ngnlnst
the gold standard. It declaied the Dem
ocratic pait from Jefferson down to
Cleveland had been In favor of bimetal
lism, and that the pirt. In state and na
tional convention, had indorsed bimetal
lism In strong words, and to such plat
form the again pledged loaltv It de
clared that congress had the tight to com
monev that is, gold or .silver-but de
clared that It had no right to dc tnoiieti.e
eithcr metal It declared that histoi
proved the wisdom of the lolnage ait or
173-'. nnd pointed to the successful rei ord
ot SI ears as proof of the n"htrul ratio
Demonetization was attache d as a wrong
against the people, and cah uluted to give
nn advantage to the gold manipulators No
convention ot people ever asKi d fur cb mon
etUatlon or sllvei: it was done at tin be
hest or roielgn banker The people vviie
asking for the undoing of thu evil, and it
was un-Ameilcan to stop to ask consent or
co-operation of any foieign nation. "We
are old e nough and .strung enough and
wise c uoUKh to attend to our own business
In our own way," was the declaration.
The claim tint free coinage would drive
gold from the land was met with a denial,
but It was uskicl if that would be more
burdensome than the many Im reusing evils
of demonetization .Stullstlcs weie given
to prove- that gold did not und would not
go. even with fiee colnag. .
The history of other lands, it was ele
clared, proved that bimetallism could bo
maintained with free coinage of silver. It
declared that the gold standard has ob
tained snce IS".!, but that did not prevent
gold fiom leaving the land. It was hoard
ed and eyportcd until the panic ami tho
Helmout bond deal was the lesult
Mlnsouil was In the midst of gieat polit
ical events, with greater ones coming.
Tho triends of rice coinage were In the
larue majority, but that ay alb d nothing
without a plan or woik nnd an organisa
tion Tho following resolutions were appended
to the preamble:
I'list lie It therefoie resolved, that the
executive commlttie of this body be au
thoiUfd lo constitute a literary bureau to
act In co-operation with a hlinilar bureau
which It Ik hoped the Demociatlc Mate
convention at 1'ertle Splines will appoint
Ki'c ond Thnt each Democratic ftee silver
editor of the state Is earnestly teciucsted
to actively co.oiiernte with the executive
icimmlttce of his county lu perfecting .i
thoiough organization on hiicli measures
as nut be best c.ilciil itei to secure har
nieiiiv and ai tlv it in the canvass ami a
full yute and a victory at the polls
Thiid That we will as one man oppo.se
uii etfort. no mittir from what source In
spired, to commit tho Demociatlc party to
the Itepubllcaii )lcv of gold mnuometal
Hum, and that we will In the future, a In
the pavi. fight with iinfalteiing e mirage
for the uld Dcmoi ratlc doctrine of bimetal
llkin b whbh we mean tne free and un
limited coinage of both gold and silver on
ecpial terms nnd at tho old ratio of Hi to 1,
ka-oa iiami r.vu;Mi:.vr,
Conimiiiloiier llrcliliiitlial Asks for a Muivr
lug tii duly 1 1.
Toprka, Kus. , July 23 (Special) Hank
Commissioner Iireldenth.il has issued .i
cull fot a statement from Kansas banks
showing their condition at the close of
business mi July 11 Tho United States
authorities haye culled for a showing from
the national banks upon tho same day.
Tills Is the third call the t-ato eommlt.
slotier has issued this ear.
Don't vialt until )ou nru lck before trving
Carter Little Liver rills, hut utt a nil at
ejuift. u t&a'l ittg UCW WUUcut UaitU.
not uiulrrstniiil Tv,W nc:
- Aj: F tlo
Try tt. Sold by nil
jThe N. K. Falrbank
I A f
"I know what Is the
It Is a well-koown foot
that In Ori'irlostncuro
tin re is in romivueiioslt
o a ' a llhro ph si i t.i ttcrial
If-- v-rA I in nnd on the mucus uietn
IrW r'-il ' i.i .mo of thf water ins
V rn's.c3 succi that. It Frndtiillr or an operation nf uuyk'nd. Tiiiiiijone not
JSJV ort,aal7t " nnd tie. nines utiilorf landini-hoiT this Isdonclt 'vlll gcciu
hard I nn nnd toiu'b. e.iulng u t'llckviilng itntiinslhle: hoe ver.itlsafnct,
mid piukcruig ot tho tnembiinc This ..iy trcalmentlitif Dtich a luituro tint It
being the t,ic, boif can the cutting or nip- acfil,'cctlyitpoiiihcstric,tiiro and -my ells
taring nf a strui re euro 117 ll cannot, evsccl Mw.wthtul affecting tlit sound vem.
Ihi iicpoet i still there. tuve, gradunllv dissolving tho pl.i'tlc do
Thn liuseti' tty of t u) Mirreon has been posit uud irtnovlng all ndventilluus tlsc.ia,
thoroui'hivtax I to find nucnec Ive met hod whli'hcomniiTravIniisiwdiist.llkoformor
for tlm cure of stiicture Se ir sot opi ra shrods, or III strips from half to hetcrnl
tlvo procedures have Ot on de-tiu gradual. Inches In length. Peine tlmos the vvhoH
rapid and continuous dilations, bougies, stricture wlllcoinonwaylnone piece, lho
sounds, caustics, cuttlnps, etc. Occaiou trestment fs easy to use doc3 not Interfere
silv ihcso euro In exceptional cases, but us wlthorilinarvluilncss. elocs"ot, cnusop.iln
a rule, all arc failures Hoit many patients nnd lnnnn.m Ulen. Is not severe and tho
havo had thli kind nl treatment suffered patlentciniweltathomewtthoutcMposure
untold misery and pain lor months orycrs, l.Many spcclmcni or netuul strlcturo can
end it last, quit In disgust bo seen at iavotTlre.1 Hours: 8 a.m. to8p m.
To sue etijully treat stricture, this plastic btatoyourcuHO undEcndstatEotornircular
DR. HEMDERSOW, 101
TALET & DUNLA
thi: iti;s,p and .iitivr i)i:i,itiioUh
ICE CREAM !
Ilellvircd to private! families, ?; cents per hair gallon; sti,,
per Kulbin. Our bakery goods are uilsurpiiHMiMl; the best but
ter ami the rresbest cki;s are uscil, sf, flccirgn lliiropeau
Hotel uvi r n stauraiit. I f:l,t:i'lll)M: 77:1.
iiii: aiimr Mccnssrui,
l'or t'atalogiiii mill ti mis ndilress Col. T.
A CATAI.OtU I'.S .SUNT
-A UAUOHTIiR OR
i 1) v Htcci'it, President.
i HiMtv (i KuMi'i Vlcel'reVt.
JJi'iii'ts issued on
II. W. VV(H)f)tVAltl).
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WOODWARD, FAXON & CO..
Dl-ALERS IN PAINTS, OILS ANIJ (1LASS.
1206 and 120S Union Avo. (No.ir Union Dopot), Keinsns City, Mo.
KA.N.SAS Cl'lV, allakuurl.
Corner Ninotconth ami Wyominjr Sts., Knnsus City, Mo.
ni' town oi'i'ici:-iii:isr iiuii.Di.Mi,
IV. U Ctil.KE, free. J W IIaknet, Sec.
A. A.'IOkUMio'., V I'm. U. It Itocfc.WBix,Teit
W Cometh v
OI? KiiHSSS GIlST, MO.
hew nmii urn liL'aui.so
Acromifs, subjoct to clieclt nt
slirlit, rcet'ivt'd irom individuals,
linns and corporations on tlio
most iuvoralilo terms,
Lofjal depository for Court and
Acts as Executor, Guardian,
Ailiiiiiiistialor anil Hocoiver,
aUo as ltegibtrar anil Transfer
Aifuut for Slocks and liouds.
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
XO cents qhqy wcec,
go farther lu doing the family wish j
or doing the housework than n quan M
of ordinary soap p
(YOUR CLOTHES, S
m'TLTJCkCZ J YOUR riMIGRS, g
OL V fcr ) YOUR TBitPBR, &
I luury jiivi.L.1. ej:
Oroccre. Made only by g
Company, St. Loulsrffl
matter with me, but WHO can ciiro me.
tlcpobtt mvef be removed, nnd ns I tan do
this, I lnj claim to mf enemy oter all other
I can permanentlvntroanvcnsooluncom
- pllcolcdorcinlc stricture without resorting
- to ihe use ol knife cnusttcs, bnuile-, -o mils
W. 9th St., Kansas City. Mo,
X miwtaky SCHOOL
IV. lll,i:i, Superliitencleiit, Macon, Mo.
Oldest Military School in Plissouri,
SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A., Supt. , Lexington, Mo.
WARD TO EDUCATIi?-
The leading sehnnl In the Rnuihwrit I. the scheol j-oa
Mire l iiiiiiiliHiiiiiriiucKC h.nllrely icniiirnl.iicu,
inilKmieiCOjuinc iiltist catilopne. Opin. bept 4
Mrs. Luolla Wilcox St. Clair, Prosldent.
Dr. DeLap's "RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
IS SAl'i: ANII AIAVAY! l!t:f.l A Itl.f.
Far better than Tansy or Pennyroyal Pills and all similar medi
cines. .Surceasfutlt ued lu thousands of call's It Is a mire remeily
(,uaranUett S-eni piomptly (scaledi on receiptor (100 Avoid fail
ure and disappointment 1'iepared by Old I)r Del.ap, of P.-vIs,
rranie, specialist In female complaints, SJ yearb' practice, hemp! al
and oillte l'or sale by JOHN'hOX 11UOS, Druggists, 110? ,I ,iu
fat., Kansas City llo. So e Western Agents.
New York Life Building.
It. n roviM.TO.V, Cashier 1) A .Mc IvintiKN.
P. II KlMl" II. J HurKt, b a. faEUAr.
All Parts oi' tho Old World.
d. C. llOltl'O.V.
Tlio Smith Premier
Is the Typevrrlter or progress. Its motto.
"Improvement the order of the use," la
no empty vuporlnc; of words. The newest
machine exemplifies the rluht to Iw use.
S'hat the new Kmlth Premier can't do
can't bu done on a typewriter We'vo
bushels ot testimonials und a book de
tcrlinlve of all the aood points that we
Bend for the usldm; Pf-e no higher,
terms no Milter, than other machine men
mal.e. Hetter set the best while you're
cettliiK-and the best Is thu Smith
M. S. EYLAR, IVSgr.,
ll'i tYit UUi Stivct,