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TIIOS. D. BOGIE, Editor and Proprietor.
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RICHMOND. HAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, AUGUST 0. 1888.
CLOCKS Ss JIETViTIEXjIESr.
Jackson, Palton & Hausei
TIio Tersest Afriicutural Inilemoiii
House and Lumber Yard in western Mis
souri, and keep in stock,
The Celebrated VAIN wagon, the Best on
The Racine Spring 'Wagon,
Vradbey l'lows & Cultivators,
Tongue-less Cult! valors,
Steel Gear Vuggies,
The Brown Planters,
Sulky Hay Bakes,
Revolving Hay Bakes,
John Deere Plows,
The Sewing Machine of all others, THE
S fcThe most Complete Stock of Tiumbor ever
brought to Bichmond and at THE LOWEST
PRICES. All grades of Sashes, Doors,
Blinds, Plaster, Cement, Lime, Hair Nails,
MIXED PAINT The best there Is.
Jackson, Patton & Hauser.
East sido of tho Square, Richmond, llo.j
'"" roit the
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware and Cutlery.
Solo Agent for the Celebrated
Carton 'Hot-air Furnace
Pumps of all Kinds
And sizes furnished tojorder.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING
Done in a workmanlike manner.
Do you want to sell your Farm?
If so rlace it in our hands.
We propose to
and bring people
WAGON, CARRIAGE ANDSREPAIR SHOP-
Bavin.' uss'".lutod with my fllack-uuithing a Fist-Clasa Wood Worktaaniand
are prepared tu tia all kind' ot Repairing la the wood work Hue.
amiSIHIIQL,I.XU. f Specialty.
Will fimuutuefure tluirglus. Farm awt Bprluf Wagons, plows and everything
ftviperuimuir in the Wagou 01 Carriage business. Weuse none but thu eery beat
ttmterial- in our work.
AlNTItf't ol ul all kinds duns promptly and la good style t the to went
I'rlocs. UlVlk U'i A TRIAL, and bo convinced that what wtujii true.
fcUOl' SOUTU OK WASSON UOCSK.
f"STALIO AND WALNUT
Burial Cases Caskets,
All wU'MkA aucl padled. Also lull line) of Burial Suit uJ Eobes t
W. R. JACKSON'S FurniOUHware
!a Gran J Opera Ilouia Btoofc, North side of Square,
IUCIIMOD - - MISSOUIII
The fight between Jno. C.
Deuber Watch Case Manf, Co1
and the national Jewelers
League have caused watches
to strike bed Rock. You will
never be able to buy them as
cheap as at present. The dif
fiedty may be adjusted any
day and prices will then go
back to the old figures.
hunt up Buyers
to Kay Uounty.
2lil ffl PAPER.
D, A. MILLER,
Carries ft Full Linn of COR
FLS, CASKETS, BUUIAL
ROBES, J5URIAL SHOES
also has a fine Harse and ii
prepared to attend funerals at
Buy the Light Running
New HOME Sewing Macbina
For Sale bv
U. A. MILLER
MONEY TO LOANP
Jfjn Improved Farms,
J( a For J. ung 'l imn.
At Low Hate of Interest.
LAVlLOf K & J.AVF.l.OCK. 82
LOCUST Ml STOCK HI.
Thorough hreil and Grade
1 have two thoroughbred bulls for
sale. Stock ou baud fur sate at all
times. Cull at farm, 2 tulle northwest
of Morton, ltav Co., Mo., and inspect
stock. Cgrl'ontotllce, Morton, Mo.
GEO- W. TALK
I have iiftKit only (he di'ilM onmuiia ol the
most aojiroveil n xr.w lui t uh K, C"nne-
jtieriT1 V niy P--" i' - v-ry ifii'l himiw i.f
it-i Ivcltori . Stiu-lt oi U in." -h H.n 1 j-owh breil
for uul- t nil nt-ii-Ki!-! -.I iIt j ur ('rices rt
BHtnnblP nn-l 'i!.a!:tv or (Mr, in-nrn lo none.
4 tor k rvc m Ifil in A-I H rt iKc 'n niu lor
nrlcpM or duiiiC &i: ntc m y let i. Ail'lrtos ua
A Most Effeciiva Comhinatian.
Tlitu well Vnfiwn Tonla r
frrnt rtpjuii.'ii n. uro f.
biiieiiiH n'i .i.-t.nitiiui i.'i iim-t'i f U' :.
torn; turenr'.hens th iiiu'.t.rfrt, n:. 1 I'll? r'ticilMut
buildn up worn ( iit NiTM-ii i iii-ia lifc.'ntUii ( re
it'irw fnijinlrfil or I'.'l luilili , ui.'T I r..,ii buck
wiuilift;! rtrciij::h r.n.l We-. H is vtw""'t l
Ut?. and uvit r. "7"j!'.!lj I r--x ihn SUiUi nuiUM
Uw det.resilug lr.t'.titui. of Mului'tit.
4rtcf $1.00 iM-r Holt Its t' 34 ounce,
FOK HALE 11 V ALL JlliUGUliTd.
Kpfp on hand a full atoclt of Walrus
V. til... ull tl.nod II 11.1 ia nl.ur.1 .l
kii'llirio nv mi biu.cn, nun jo giritMDU v
111 onleri either night or day
PRICES VERY REASONABLE.
He alio cleans, repairs uud ui'uolster
furniture ot all kioiia.
His shop is located 8 miles east of
Knozvillaon the Taitavllla road, neat
bennett hchool house.
Oou't fail to give him calL
NO MORE EYE-GLASSES
A erlftiti, Hafp, and t flTt.vt' (U'intMy lor
SORE, WEAK, & INFLAMED EYES,
Producing Long-Sihiulns, & fts&tor
ing (.o Sijht of the Old.
Cures Tear Drorr,, Granulations, Stye
Tumors, Ren Eyos, Matttd t Lashes,
uii ruuiiitg ui.hmi iiMiMU nut.
Also. .MUIy HIHrlM'ii wli.ii n,(. In oilier
uittlmllf. i '' 1 1 t lrri.. F, r More.,
Tumor., Null lOu-uai, Hn,,,, I'll,,, ,r
Said li all Ums.lM. i il Cemt,
7 hlB powder Beror vnrVn. A itiarv'
of purity, 8trnprth and whokwrncrifr!?.
More economical than Urn ordinary
kinds, a I d cannot be a alb In competi
tion with the multltu'l1 ot' low tent,
firiort wflirlit alum or p'loftihau fuw-
atr, noui oniT in cans.
ROYAL B AMINO POWTKU f O
40-y 109 WH V.
0. T. OARNIB. 0. T. 04B.MBB, ttk
QARNKB A SON,
Attorney at Low
and Notaries Public,
Will practice In the SHta ami Feriri
Court. Collnctlon -anil couvtvnnrina
promptly attenrlrtd to. ftlc w-t MaiD
Btroet flrst donr eaat ot Toot OtAlce.
C. T. GARNER, Jr.,
Having rhMy of tbe wU known leo. . Me
Clpt A bit rati ol tlie ltfoorrts ot Kay coiihly, Is
i'uti-u li i iui ii bu vurrei'i Aiiirariw oi nut'
HI 1 btllils In IllH COUUt V. ttrOTiiiitlv mn! fur i fx.
oimblp olitirres, and prpparo all kinds ol l'p.-di
ainl donveyauoeSi aloe lotuis Money at low raws
OF ick'(Ui O, T. Uaraer Bon, on Mnln at
la Huflbet block. icy it
J.S.HUGIIF3 & CO.
Pill tip Capital. , $100 000
Jos. S. Hcohes, President,
Jaiiks Huoiiks, Vlce l'reg.
ii. A. Hughes, As't Caabler,
J as. 8. TIugheB. George A. Hughes,
James Uughee, Burnetl llujjhus,
O. B. Hughes,
C7 Vo general banking business.
Capital l'ald In SJ0 0OO
Surplus FuuJ on Hand Sl.OuO
Will tranwet a Oenrral Banklr.K BiiiIdhm.
cbauav bouut and uild.
It W. CRISPIN, rreitlenli.
T. II. WOLLAltD, Vlce-i'iBs,
Vi. IS, Allison, Cashier.
M. W. CHISPIN. T. IT. WOOr.AKn
W. U. ALLISON, B. J. WILLU III
A. K. RETBCBM.
P. .T. Rmlth. .1 v. in,
John Crowley, W. W. .Smith.
J. A. Smith, R. H. Finch,
II. P. S.ttle, , A. Wood,
B. 8. Thompson. J. W. ShgtwelL
PATRONS AND FARMERS
RkY COUNTY, MISSOURI
Do ceneral Karm and Household
Insurance business in the county
For further information Call on either
of the officers or tbe agent, John U
Harrison, Riohmond Mo.
S. M. ENDSLEY, President.
W. H. f ITUH, Kenrewry
W.F. LANCASTEE Treas.
JOHN L. HAKKISON,
E. M. EXDBLEY, W. W. WILLIAMS
JAMES ROB J L. HAKRIrtOX
WH11XOH ADRIAN uOKDUxi
FOK AN V ROOF AMI AMY CLKiUrt.
Cos! 33 Less than HicL! !
APPLIED BY ANYBODY.
iuld by l.uinlier, HuT-inarn Mur'tui'i' I'-u'erc,
Wbu nbtjuld ttpiny tur fault) ..t,cy v.
EHRET-WfiHREN EF5. C3.,
This old KnirlUh Family Medicine in
nse fur HU years, all over the world,
for Hile, indigesUon, Lhcr, Ac.
Cf Pure Vegetable Ingredients,
FREE FROM MERCURY.
STRAUBE & SON.
Proprietors Main Street Cukt Hnrkot
We are now furnishing the beat niwite
of all kinds, and will make aud sell
sausage, headcheese, Ac. In soaRou. We
buy only the best Oi anlmaU, butcher
shem carefully and handle eleasly, We
ul i eoaUauaUoa of tb petrwiair it
ttm laVrte, t tf
: i w ru- ? t ;v-, ry' n
JlOfiEiroCSE (disguised as a Granger, to Glover,
2 on make faces at him and throw dirt, while 1 sneak
HAULED OVER C0AL8.
Congressman Glur Roundly Denounctd by
St. Louis KcpubHc
(Jongruiisiuan Glorurs twaddle about
ilie St. Uoui.H Merchants ' Exchange and
its methods of dealing with tho farmers
in handling their grain has brought
lown upon Iho head of tho Congress
man no end of severe condemnation
from the gentlemen who have spent
hundreds of thousands of dollars to
build up for St. Louis a grain business
that is tho prido of every commercial
interest of the city. A reporter of the
Republic visited so mo of the leading
grain commission jnon yesterday to
get tho opinion of Mr. Glover and his
statements now being made all ever
the Stutu in support his alleged can
didacy for tho Governorship. There
was but one expression, and that was
of contempt for the Congressman, and
facts were given to prove that he has
wilfully or ignorantly misrepresented
the grain doulors and elevator proprie
tors, and that ho had done great injury
to the business aud commercial inter
ests of the city und State.
'NOTUISt; SHOUT OK IDOCY."
Mr. II. F. Lnugonburg of tho linn of
Lang nuurg liros., one uf tho largest
hipping linus in the St. Louis market
aid ho hud read Mr. Glover's speech
in the Republic, and ho had 110 hesi
tancy in denouncing that gentleman's
remarks ou the subject of the St. Louis
;rrum market as nothing shor of idiocy
"He says the elevator men in this city
huve funned u trustor combination for
the purposo of rubbing tlio farmers
and shippers of grain to this market,"
-.aid Mr. Lang.tuburg. "Nothing could
be more faiso than this statement. Tho
iruiu is tout rates oi storage are
cheaper here than in any other largo
oily in tho country. Another thing
that proves the tulsity of the statement
is the tact tt.al there are several eleva
tor men Leix who do not speak to each
other when thuy moot. There is thu
sharpest kind ol competition between
the St. Luuis elevators, and to-day they
are bidding up to the September option
prieo for cash grain, Thu proof of tho
pudding is m tho eating. Well, St.
Uouis is the must popular grain market
m tho country. Shippers in the Wes
tern giam producing States would
rather sell their gram in the market
than in t'hiuago or Now York. Low
prices for storage, good weights, and
honest inspection have brought about
this result. St. Louis is gettiug plenty
of grain now from .Nebraska uudiowa,
riyht in Chicago territory, and the Kan
sas City gtuiu dealers don't like us t
LUle bit, because tho Kansas shippers
are sending tueir gram right through
Kansas City to be sold in this market.
Wo ate not getuug Iowa aud Nebraska
corn in any small quantities, wither.
It is coming hero by thousands o car
loads, and thu shippers ate almost in
variably well suUshcd with (he sales
"Mr. Glover .m buy all the elevator
stock ho wunU at J'J to 7o cents. I am
not interested in uny elevator, tut my
upinion is tiii U the vlevaturs vteiu In
a combine 1 nouii buy soiuo of that
cheap stuck, it strikes ino liluvcr
ought lo be ablu to make u canvass for
political oilice Without li ving to vnj,
plo tuc coin tin-rciLil interest!" of SU
Louis, iur thai ii what he is doing.'
4iLN, (.ilill-l! ON l.LUVtK.
Gen. D. 1. Gikt, ot the drier Com
missiou Company said : 'Mr. Glover
cnuigesuiu uus'uuiLij laisu in every
wurticulur. .ic -aicguaias are throw;
Hi-uund tin gram Clippers' Interests b
ii., v.. 1.
V : i. it. 1 M
of tli'J 1
iiioui y i-
look :ll t r
of ''fuili ll
uui- ...eici.auia' J.ehali"e
- '' r "uange in the
.' 1 '- n - e to tlie rules
Ul prove this. More
-; i.t by tiiU IXehnng,: to
t ,K . v'hu and inspection
mi t iu-. ..go pay,. 'J hey ut'u
gutting m "i) gtaiu inau we are now,
but tl. l-'y i iimI fnr distant when wu
will be up v. iih tin in. Wu are making
THE GUBERNATORIAL SITIIATIDM
9ome pretty lone strides In that direc
tion now. This year we are getting a
great deal of grain from Chicago terri
tory, especially from Iowa and Nebras
ka. Shippers bore found that they
got fair inspection and honest weights
here and they naturally give this mark
et the preference whenever prices are
on an equality with those of Chicago
and New York. Never a day passes
that wo do not (tot letters from our
buyers in Chicago territory saying :
'Even prices and you can get it all."
Our inspectors are expert grain men,
and they are under oath to inspect prop-
rly all grain coming to St. Louis to
be sold ; the oon.sejueuoo is we get fair
inspection. We have our own weigh
ers to watch the elevator men, and
their reports are placed on record in
the oflice of the Morohant's Exchange.
This insures honest weights. Well,
there is this about it, if shippers of
grain wore not boing fairly treated
hero, I would liko to know why it is
they come to this market in preference
to Chicago or Now YorkP"
'FOOL On A NAVE."
Mr. Redmond Cleary of tho lied.
mond Cleary Commission Company
said: "Congressman Glover is either
fool or a knave. His statements in
reference to the grain business of this
city are so utterly false that they can carried on in his district, the district t and scandal mongers to prop up it,
only be regarded as lidioulous. He j sustained him by increasing his ma-1 own boom. The issue is fairly undcr
says shippers do not get fair Inspcc-j jority from 1,U'J to 4,:'It. There's stood, Theie Is Hoard bill Jumner
tion in this market. By the svsteiu of !
grain inspection earned on here there i
can be nothing else than fair inspec- j
tion. The inspectors hero aro paid 10 .
cents per car load for inspection, and
It is to their advantage to pass every
thing they can. 1 he St. Louis inspec
tors, whou they iind a carload of grain
the grade of which there is some doubt
tboy always give tho benefit of the
doubt to the shipper. For instance, if
the grain is too good to grade as No. .'i
and hardly good enough to grade as i acclamation, applauded the deciant
No. 2, the shipper gets the call und it ! l'u" snbstanco that thu tariff must
is graded No. 1. Vo have very fewuo maintained unchangeable as It Is;
complaints here ubout inspection ot U"J tllllt tllf' internal taxes ou tobacco,
weights. Iho St. Louis AXurcliuuts'
Kxchango has taken good caru to make i
rules that avoid any uhuncu for cum
DOESN'T KNOW WHAT tilt IS TALK INO i
Mr. W. R. Samuel said: "(ilovcr
may be a good lawyer, und he muy be
able to make a good speech on politi
cal questious.but hd dousu't -know any
thing more about thu grain business
than a i year-old boy. His accusation
that the St. Louis elevator men have
organized a trust is nut true, aud thu
man who says it either wilfully lies or
ho does not know what he is talking
about. Glover culls optiuu ttadiug
gambling and again shows his igno
rance of the busiuesd transacted ou
Change. 1 will give you uu idea of
how the busiuuss is done. For Instance
lurmer at this time has a crup cf
wbcut that he thinks will make uIjuiii
5,000 bushels. Ho will not bo ready
lu market it bofuro bcpluiubcr. lie
looks at the market report tu-day, ac d
hu tiuda that thu September wheat I.
selling at HI cents That lu bis juudg.
incut is ull hu thinks hu can get lor his
wheat ft muntU or six weeks t'loin iiow
aud he wires ft commission merchant
hero to sell 0,000 bushels of September
wheat at i cents. That is ull hu Hants
lor his ithoul. U is sold, and if wheat
gues down before September he has
bad the udvautagc ul gutting a better
price for his wheat than if hu bud held
iu That is the whule thing lu a nut
shell. Thu farmer is really buuelittcd
by thu selling of futures."
Judge (ioodinuu Instruelel the grand
Jury lust Tuesday to the effect that ac
cording to reeeut decision of Uie .n- i
preme court the "Local Option Law" j
docs not prevent druggists fruiu sell,
lug liquors ol auy kind on a physician's
prescription, or merchants selling in
quuutilics over live gallons. liuliatin
Children Cry fgr Pitcher's Castorio.
J . '
If'rn iui. . Hl"ll;iH
disguised as a Vestal Virgin): " 1'hats ritht Johnmj.
around and hit him rom behind."
' Voleri lor Harrison and Morion.
Farmer who favor bogui butter.
ViH'kinrmim who want cheap wins
key ami ileal' coats.
Skilled laborers who think a dollar a
day is enough fur any American work
iiiman. i'atriuts who bcliuvo that an infu
sion of C'hine.so blood would bo good
for tho American people.
Taxpayers who aro anxious to pay
Sttitesinou who advocate the collec
tion of immense sums from Hie people
for the government to throw away.
Financier who holievo that to keep
the wealth of the country piled up in
the treasury is tho way to furnish the
capital needed by commerce and man
ufacture. Those who have tho idea that tho af
fairs of tho county ought to bo so man
aged us to make the rich richer undtLe
All members of theso classes should
vote tho Republican ticket. How inanv
of them aro there? Do they outnum
ber the honest, independent and intel
ligent voters of tli'j country? The
people will answer that question in the
negative by a vat majority ou the 6th
llr. Duckury calls attention to the
fact that alter two general discussions
uf 111,. um,u,..f ..f In..;,.., ,i... ....... i .....
nothing the matter with Duck.irv'H :
district. It s ail right. So aro ull the
Missouil districts e.v:opt tho two uu-
dor tho special supervision of Ir.
Morrison Muuford und his ooudjutors.
"The Republican party in 1S84 felt
compullcd to favor a judicious revis
ion of the tai itl. lu loixi thu mitiouul
convention, rising to its fuet as one
man, with a united yell of enthusiastic
Uicohul and whisky must uo swept
uwl,y rather tliau reduce i.ny protco-
tive duty one iota.'
Willis W. Jgncs, union labor candi
date for governor of Illinols.iu u recent
interview su.d i "I have traveled over
the state probably mora than almost
any other inau this seaion, und from
what 1 can loam the democrats appear
to bo united ou the tariff issue, it is
my unbiased opinion that Cleveland
will bu re-elected, lie will carry In.
diana, too. I have talked with the
leading men of thu labur party of that
Stale and they assure uie that in to
event will Harrison bo permittee? to
get Us electoral vote. Hu is ft fou tu
the organised lubor. The labor par
ty s vole m Illinois will .in-prim the
Judgo t. O. Drown of Canliau, is u
candidate fur judge of the KuiLas court
of appeals, was in town to-day. If he
is always genial as now wu should go
a long wius to put in our voto fur bint
u hu is onu of those men you feel well
acquainted with on sight, und though
looking louiiL', he ia bv in. ni,.i
uieliiu. As bu locution is in tbe
southwest, hi. i-andidaey will not hurt
Col. Sliauklin, mi on Ihe whuhi w
ha.e no ubjcvituus lo his being nomi
nated fur one of the three Judges.
Judge Brown i. e New Jf ork democrat
settled in Missouri tu in 70 and is the
front rank ut hit professiot .-Chilli-cuil.t
Vhe Nubulnr n the Werkm.r,.
u the Milts bill is a blow at the lu.
iiuliiig iniif in this country, is it?
I'h eii liuw dues it happen that Mr.
Smith of tV'iseon. lit, ii.e oi'ly lijuinber
uf Ihe House who was liomiliated bv
the t'llbur Jiarly dlld eleeted oil a lubo
platfuiui, .ou.,, ior the Mill, bill? In
liie w-ar-titibf uabulis chin, they know
better what is ful tin. itees. of lubor
tiian the labrin lueu thi'iniseivusy
ChiiJren Cry fur Pitcher's Castorlj,
1 ' r Pi ml
9 The Times and Hornsby.
Krom tlm Nevada I)imoernt.
Thu Kansas City Times publishes for
the second timo tho statement of Dr.
John A. Hornbys, that Hon. l. K.
Francis is a grain gambler. This In
tho face of the fact that the Times
knows said Dr. Hornsby to be a ijuaok
dead-beat aud liar, as he went to Car
thage a few years ago and put out hU
shingle. Ho was known lo be a physi
cian of no merit. For his board bill he
fed his landlord on air and vast wind
and skipped tho town in 188,5 between
two suns, branded 'as a board bill
jumper and general deadbcat. Not
withstanding theso facts aro personal
ly known to tho Times management,
his statement is given in allldavli
shape for the second time, and the
boodlo organ endorsed dead-beat
Hornsby in an editorial notice as: "A
.St. Louis gentleman of the highest
standing. " The Times further Invito!-
Hon. D. K. Franois to give it somo de
gree of standing by instituting a libel
suit, it Hurnsby's statement is not
true. If Mr. Francis does anything oi
the kind, ho will lose tho respect ol
every supporter in the slate, and ho h
toooleiiu and shrewd a man to come in
contact with such a lying sheet as the
t ..-I.1..I. .i i i.
Hunisbv mi aim huIh mid i.vnr
dred of thu best business men of St.
Louis ou thu other, and the people
ought not lu liud any trouble iu find
ing iuu proper ngut between the two.
Dr. Hornsby Sues lor Dimijos.
l-'rom the Olube Ueuieorul.
Dr. Johu A. Hornsby, of St. Louis,
by his atturueys, Shorry or Hughes,
of Kansas City, yesterday tiled suit in
the Circuit court at Richmuud, Mo.,
against Thomas D. Itogie, editor of 'the
liichmond Democrat, for malicious li
bel, laying his damages at gWO.OOO.
The suit grew out of thu publication ul
au article iu Democralou July 26, al
leging tbut Dr. Hornsby had iled from
Carthage, Mo., a few years since be
tween two days, leaving his creditors
to mourn over misplaced coutideuce
Dr. Hornsby a few days ago made ulli
davit before notary iu Kansas Cilj
that Hon. D. R. Francis was a grain
gambler and an opliou dealer. J be
Democrat, being warm supporter ol
Mayor Francis, look exception to the
affidavit aud published the article
which Dr. Hornsby claims la false in
ovyer particular, ilr. Uogieyoslerdu)
reiterated the chaigus made against
Dr. Hornsby, aud said he was prepared
to prove them, ihe case will eome up
fur trial at tbe Outobur lurin ottbu It a)
Vt. Hornsby waifuriuorly a reporter
tu St. Louis, and was assigned to look
dicr local politics and City Hull items.
(Jetting acquainted at thu City Hull
with the officeholders. Lu wa. i..e,..,i
with the officeholders, hu wa. eleulcu
Clerk of thu Housu ut Delegates, ami
held that position until auccueilud bv
prcaunt clerk, J. L. Jiurrclt. Dr.
Uorusby went back to reporting foi
awhile, but tnuiiged his business again
aud began thu practice of medicine.
Hu continued ut the Esoulupian pro
fession until bu took tho political p'al
form to stump thu state with Johu M
David tt. Francis is a clear man, au
honest man, an active, energetic man,
and he has thu suurage of his convic
tions. At. the em oJ such a luau (lie
shaft, of elundci- and viciuusness tall
UUi loiea.s.uvu .uBaiui-uiesoiUOIlllCU iS
ura ot no aii. Asao instance see the
result iu Kansas City, where the nut
ilo and hitler cant ass was conducted
against him. This result wilt stMugth
eu Franci"' friends lo Ray county and
every vouuty In the State, where there
is regard for cleau bright methods iu
Children Cry fcr Pitcher's Casloria.
John O'Day, Morrison Mnnford and
Iho railroad inllitencoof the Southweet
are fighting Francis. It Is always safe
for honest men to stick to any man
that this inlluence is lighting. Mon
Tho exact size of Mayor Francis'
victory In Kansas City Is somewhat
befogged by tho efforts of the Times
crowd to work up contesting delega
tion In some of the wards and precinct
but It is evident that Mr. Glover wu
inistakon In supposing he was carrying
on a campaign iu that vicinity. Mr.
Glover ia also enlightened as to the
value attached to tho support of tha
tunes in a cnmnaiLrn aiuonu Demo.
orals St. Louis Republic
Because I). R. Francis has appoint
ed three republicans to UU office in St.
Louis tho Morchotiso men there raised
a terrible clamor, but when Gov. More,
house is asked to remove ft republican
pbyiciau al tbe St. Joe asylum he re
lusus to do so because hu can get no
competent democrat te take the office
al the same salary. This is the very rea
son why rrancis re-appointed tbe re
publicans in St. Louis. The Morehouse
men are now very quiet about repub
appointments, but Johnnie Gloverdoes
their clamoring- I'latte City Argus.
How grandly Mr. Francis is conduo.
ting bis canvass for tha governorship!
X'iiere is no veuuiu noon hi. tonirun. nr
dark insinuations which bear '.he sting
a Irlckstur. in his words. There aro
wind or farmer politicians singing
his praises. They are all on the other
side. The honuslyoemanry of the state
are the friends of Mr. Frauois, and
when hu is iiiatnrurated Into nltleo. th.
people of this iriand old State will fas.
hold a second Johu S. Marmaduke.
The stippoitors of Mr. Francis have sv
to feel uroud of him and the hlirh timed
manner in which he is meeting tha
people. Slater Rustler.
Johnnie Glover tries to make eanl.
tal wherever he goes in bis speeches
by referring to the fact that the Globe
Dumucrut is against him. The Gloria
gainst him, but sly little Johnnla
does'nt say anything about the fact
that the Globe bolted the nomination
of Frank and supported him for Con
gress two years ago. Dave Franois
supported him also vigorously and Glo
ver acknowledged to Hon. Wat, Morri
son that hu owes his suocess to D. R,
Francis. He has turned against hi.
friunds and the brand of inirratlturla
will go with him all through life.
Whether or not Governor Moruhouu
is ineligible to re-election, we know
not, though the plain English of tha
constitution leads us to think so; bat,
ouo thing is certain his re-election
would violate the spirit of the const!,
tutiou. Whon tho uuoule of Missouri
pluued a clause iu the constitution of
thu slate declaring that no man should
sucocod himsulf as governor, the in-
tuntiou was plaiulv to nrevent the n.a
of the appointive power to further po
litical preferment. Morehouse 1. to.
duy, iu utter disregard of this consti
tutional provision, usiug all the ap
pointive office, in tho state to boom his
cunvuss. Fvery appointee under him
in Missouri is lighting for his nomina
tion with thu uuurgy of despair, and to
sec him grudually siukiug before tha
utiepia Muacol, is like di awing their
jye-teeth with a pair of blacksmith's
pinchers. The democracy of the atata
never was very partial to Morehouse,
and the better ttiev know him tha
they like him. Platte City Argus.
'Lut him who is guiltless cast tha
lirst stone," is a good old saying wor
thy uf all acceptation. Mr. Glover lirst
picked up thu stone of reproach to
turow at ,ur. rruueis, saying, "lo and
uohold he appointed Republicans to
office!" Aud theu it was charge, I ,.n
Mr. Glover that he nuvur had but mia
.-hauec to niuko an appointment, aud
that was a cadut lo West Foiut and ha
appointed a Republican. Then Gov.
.vlurehou.e picked up the alone which
.Mr. Glover hud dropped like a hot po
tato, llut alas! u charge was mada
thai tho good governor was keeping
one Dr. lloyt iu office on ft hue salary
iu me oi. Juo Asylum, the said Dr. be.
ul' a vigorous partisan aud niH.i.l.ni
ot a Republican cumnaiirn uluh .ml
oelug held iu utile, despite tha protest
ot good Democrats. Theu Warden
Mariuukuku tukus ft shy with tha stone,
lu! mcu rise up and say there are K
publican, employed iu the puuitentiary
auuur iuu very eyes or Warden Mar-
mudukut Wu ask where is the thing
to stop? That sioue suems to be get
ling mighty hut. Saline County I'ro.
What's the uiaiiur with Johnny Gia
our's checks? There aru rumors aba ut
themouthestreuu Hushis uiulhur-in
law's barrel been emptied so soon
1'hc support of thu Kansas City Times
conies high, but hu must have it. Glo
ver and Muuford huie made this cam
paign thu dirtiest one lu Missouri I'ucft
thu war. 1 am sorry that young Dr.
ttortisby has becouiu oue ol their tools,
uccausc they aru mcu who cast aslda
thusu whom Ihey have cuased to use.
Hornsby should uever have beeu soj
weak as lo make the affidavit that D. R.
Francis .v lire, ure gram gamblers, for
while this may serve Glover's purposes
in thu country, be has obtained tha
ecusui'o uf the t, Louis business men
who understand thu importance and,
h iii.-sl iiaiuru of the commission hrtn
,.t which M.nor Francis is thu head.
This foolish affidavit will always r
mliu us a stumbling block iu thu way
o' Iluiusly's piogress iu St. Louis.
Hs ptiblieuii jn has icd to retaliatory
m insures un the part of tbe state prea
auf an ugly story about Hurnsby's do
parturu from C arthage, Mo,, where ha
rcsi l id for a lime, has been set attest,
which he should hastou todcuy. tt,
Children Cry far Pitcher's CastortaJ