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.ILL 1 I . 1 . -
. .Wood row Wilson
of Now Jurfrey
ror Vle-Pmldrnt ,
''1 of Indiana
Elliot W. Mnjor
t'vr I.lemcnant Oorernor
William It. Painter
' i , For Srerrtsry
; Cornelius Ronch
John P. Gordon
Edwin P. Deal
Fdr Attorney General
John T. Barker
yr Itnllrond nnd Warehoaaa Connnlailoner
James T. Hradshnw
Ker Judie Supreme Oourl Dir. No. 1
Henry W. Bond
nr JiiJrb Suprrnie Court Olv. No 2
Two to be elected)
Charles B. Fnrris
Robert P. Walker
For .ludfie at Louis O.uit or Appeals
Willinm II. Allen
For Heprcsentatlvo In Congress.
Walter L. Hotisley
P. II. Coffnmn
J'"or Associate Judco County Court, First
Honry A. Buck
l'or Associate Judo Oounty Court, Sec
0. A. Thurinan
For Froaecutlnir Attornoy.
James M. Mnhoney
t."-!U ' For SlierllT.
irHD" Pot Assessor.
Elian U. Boland
1 . For Treanurcr.
' For Surveyor.
K. 1). VoBt
For Constable. Heauvals Township,
Win. H. Richards
For ConstRble, Union Township.
L. E. ByiiiRton
To feel strong, hnvu good appetite
nnd digestion, sleep soundly nnd en
jov life, use Burdock Blood Bitters,
thu great system tonic a ml builder.
If you want to keep your taxes
down, keep thut Major majority
Sick headache is caused by n dis
ordered xtomnch. Take Chamber'
Vaiu' Tablets and correct that nnd the
hendschu will disappear. For bale by
all dealers. adv.
Let's amend that slogan to read
like this ;Work and win with Wil-
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long expur
Wince, viz., Mrs. P. 11. Brogan, of
Wilson, I'a,, who says, "1 know from
experience that Chamberlain's Cough
Jtmneuy is far superior to any other.
For croup there is nothing that oxrels
it." For sale by all dealers, adv
The St. Louis registration is nl
most as largo as it win in 1!H0,
but there will be a decided slump
in the St. Louis Republican mu
jority." . eie
Cures bnby's croup. Willie's daily
oils and'bruises, mamma's sole throat,
Krnndinn's lnmeness Dr. Thomas
Kcloctio Oil the great household
The consumer will keep on pay
ing the tariff tax until lie learns
it will cost him a thousand times
los to contribute to tho Demo
eratio campaign fund.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspep
sin ami constipation -weakens
whole system. Doan's ltcgiitets
cents per bov) correct the h
tho btomach, curoeonstipatiou
Ono effect of Governor Had
ley's effort to increase tho taxes
three hundred per cent should bo
tin incrcaso of thrco hundred por
cent in the Democratic vote.
If you hnve young childrons you
perhaps nnticeil that disorders of the
ptomnch nro thuir mint common nil
ment. To correct this you will And
CliamUeilniu's Stuuiach and Liver
Tablets excellent. They nro oay and
pleaHnut to take, nnd mild nud gentle
iu "effect. For sale by till dealers, adv
Itch : Itch ! Itch t Sornlch !
Scratch ! Scratch : The liniro yjit
Herntcli tin) worse the itch. Try Dunn's
Ointment. It cirvs piles, czunin, nny
ikin itching. All druggists sell it.
Hon. W. It, Painter was elected
Lieutenant Governor in ISIOH, and
ho didn't Ret the ofllco. But Mts
Hdtiriiin.s love a squnio dealt "d
thin time his majority will bo so
1i'r liint ho can't ho counted out.
J. A. Mol.iln, Krnitlnnd, Mo,, tnle.'
"My wife wnn bolheit'd with kidney
trouble for nbout five vetira mid hml
trit;d different doctors nnd line titken
Keveral different kinds of kidnoy ined
jcino without results. Sim iM'gitu tak
ing Foley Kidney 1'ills which hnvedono
her more good thnn nny medicine she
has ever taken nnd will, I think, give
her n permiiticnt cure." Sold by A.
Q. Meyer. adv
Long experience in dealing
with freight nnd trnfi!o prolilouw
has qualified Hon. .las. '('. Brad-
mIiiiw for the ofliuo of Railroad
and Warehouse Commissioner.
And, too, like Billy Painter and
Con Roach, he is an old country
Saves Leg Of Roy.
"It seemed Hint my 14-ynr old boy
would Iihvo to lose his, on account of
an ugly ulcer, emisod by a bad bruise,'
wroto' 1). F. Howard, Ajuone, N. C.
"All remedies and doctors trontrucnt
failed till wo tried Hucklen's Arnica
Halve, nnd cured him with one box."
Cures burns, boils, skin eruptions,
piles. 2e nt R, W. Immune;. ndv
A New Voile actress, an notic
ing lie i- intention of securing a
divorce, nays that soven yoara is
long enough for a womitu to live
with an actor husband, which is
the first intimation we havo re
ceived -that nny stage lady over
performed tins feat.
J. W. Copeland. of Dayton,
Ohio, purchased a hottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy fur
his boy who hud a cold, and he
fore the bottle was all used t tit;
boy's cold was gone. Is that not
better than to pay a five dollar
doctor's bill ? For sale by nil
Hon. Edwin P.Deid.of Charles
ton, was Chairman of tho House
Appropriations Committee in the
last (Jeneral Assembly. In this
and other public stations ho has
shown a high ordei of financial
ability and hits shown himself to
bo tho ideal man for State Treas
urer. Fortunes In Faces.
There's often much truth in tho say
ing Iter tace is iiur fortune," but Us
uover said where pimples, skin erup
tions, blotches, or other blemishes dis
figure it. Impure blood is back of them
all, nnd it tdiows the need of Dr.
King's New liifo Pills. They promote
health -and beauty. Try them "5
cents at li. W. Lauuing. adv
Hon. John T. Barker, tho Dem
ocratic nominee for Attornoy-
(.ienernl, is a brilliant lawyer and
1ms rendered conspicuous service
to tho people m the ofheo of
Speaker of tho House of Repre-
AoutHtivcs and in other positions
of public trust. Ho will be a
worthy successor to Attorney
W. A. Crayton, Bcssvillo, Mo.,
savs : "I cot down on niv one k
lust winter with kidnov and bind-
der troiihlo until at. times I eiinlil
haidlv get up. I miw Folev Kid-I
ney Pills advertised so I got a
box of them and thev straighten-i
mo riglit up and I can recom
mend them to all who have kid
ney trouble." Sold by A. G.
AM ERICAS "FAVORITE BEVERAGE
The feet that we
bottles of Budweiser durincj the
year iqn speaks eloquently of
the commandinq superiority of
1. , I
its quality, purity and exquisite
Jrlavor. Its popularity qrows daily.
Budweiser bottled only at the home plant'
with crowns or corks.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH B REAVE RY
Ste. Genevieve, Mo,
SUOh PrOOf a8 this
Should Convince Anv
Tho public endorsement of n local
citizen is the best proof that can bo
produced. None better, none stronger
I can be had. When a man comes for
ward and testifies to his fellow-citi
.ens, addresses his friouds nnd ueigle
bors, you may be sure he is thorough
ly convinced or he would not do so,
Tolling olio's experience when it is for
tho public good is an act of kindness
that should be appreciated. The fol
lowing statement given by a resident
of Ste. Qonevievn adds one more to
the many eases of Rome Kudorse-
moot which are being published nbout
Dunn's Kidney Pills. Read it.
Isaac MeNeeco, Sto. Genevieve, Mo.,
says : "In tho fall of 1000, I was
badly in need of n remedy that would
give me relief from kidney trouble.
There was a constaU nelie across my
kidneys nnd this was so severe at
night that I was unable to rest. The
uso of one box of Doan's Kidney Pills,
which I procured from Hinch it Dong
las' Drug Store, entirely di po od of
these troubles. It is now ten years
since I uspd tho remedy and I have
been free from nny recurrence of my
former complaint. I publicly recom
mended Dean's Kidney 'ills in 100(5
nnd am now glad to confirm every
thing I then said."
For salo by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fostcr-Milbiiru Co., Buffalo,
New York, agents for the United
Remember tho unme Doan's and
take no other. adv
There never was a more eap-
nblo official than Secretary of
State Cornelius Roach. His votci
with Major and Gordon to block
the Hadley schenio to raise tho
taxes should re-elect him, with
out recoutso tu the oth'r
"reason" which are so plniiMblo
and so populur.
J. Aldlemun, West Plains, Mo.,
was confined to his bed with rheu
matisui.uud suffering intense pain.
"A friend rceoiiimuiided Foley
Kidney Pills Pills and 1 began
taking them, with great benefit.
In a few days I was out of bed, j
in a few more up to town, and in
15 days I thi HW my cane away. 1 (
cheerfully recommend I'olcy kid
ney Pills to others." Sold by A.
G. Meyer. adv
. . . ..
When it is remembered that
the State of Missouri expends
$7,500,000 annually, it will be
easy for tho Missouri tax-payer to
see the need of a man like John .
P. Gordon in tho office of State'
Auditor. Under his ndministru-j
tiou the padded and illegal ex-j
pen.-o account has become a
fttrangor in the fiscal afl'uiia m thu f
'. iN. INyden, l n.-eo, .Mo., sny.-
"Last winter I contracted a m
vuro t;(,d and it ,-ettled on my
'""R- My lungs were very .mho.
"d I got a bottle of Foley '
Honey and Tar Compound. That'
cured mo right away, and I roe- 1
hoiiiineiid it to nil." Sold bv A.
G. Mover. adv
We urn nuthnrizeil to itnixinuee tho
following gentlemen n-i emlldittrs,
subject to the Hctmti of the vulers at
the (ii'lmnil Klectlot, TiiwMlny, No-
vemher o, una.
Democt utio Caudidntes
l II. tiOt'FMAtf
ELUB U. JiOLANl)
ITo' Ooiwit.v 'I'roin-tiii r
J. FELIX LkCOMPTE
lPitf County Hiii'veynr
E. J). VOGT
W: ItUSSKL WILDER
V. ANTON" WKILER.
LAWRENCE J. JOKKUKT
For County Treasurer
JOSEPH II. ltKIIM
"QoTrnor WlUon'i speh ot
acceptance It the utterance, of
a twentieth century itatesman;
with keen preoption he recog
nlii the erlls from whlcff the
people nra tuffortne; and the dan
gora which threaten our wet
fare; with broad rltlon he points
the way by which those evils
may be remored and the dan
cer aTerted; he prorea hla un
derstanding alike of business
and of sooUl nnede and that he
1b a Democrat, In fact, at well
as In nam, and his courage la
undoubted. Progressive Ameri
cans hare In htm a worthy lead
er." HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN:
"Qovernor Wilson's speech ot
acceptance li admirable. It la
original In Its treatment ot the
Issues of the campaign. I am
sure the address will impress
the country farorably."
JOHN W. KERN, SENATOR,
"aorernor Wilson's speech of
acceptance is a masterpiece,
setting forth with great clear
ness his conception, of the work
to be accomplished by the
Democratla party under his
leadership. It Is In complete
harmony with the progressive
sentiment of tho country, but
also nppeals strongly to every
legitimate business interest."
GOV. WILLIAM H. MANN OF
"I think It wan an admirable
speoch. It was wise, conserva
tive, comprehensive, prophetic
not only of Democratic success
but of Democratla supremacy,
for years to como."
GOV. FREDERICK W. PLAI8
TED OF MAINE:
"It Is a splendid presentation
of tho Issues for the American
people. It ring's true In every
sentence and In every word. It
represents the spirit of the
Democracy of today. It Is the
address of a statesman."
GOV. EUGENE FOS8, MASSA
CHUSETTS: "It was sn admirable presen
tation ot the real Issues upon
which tin) campaign will be
fought thli fall. 1 think that It
la bound to strengthen Governor
Wilson among the thinking peo
ple of the countrv."
GOV. GEO. W. DONAGHEY,
"It was a grent speech. It
will ring through the country.
It Is Just whnt ha should have
said. The people have never
felt more oonttdont of success
since the first nomination of
JUDGE MARTIN J. WADE,
"Vor the first time since the
state was admitted to the
Union, Iowa will Chls year give
Its electoral vote to the Demo
cratic nominee for president."
THOMAS MOTT OMORN.L
AUBURN, N. Y.
"Oorarnor Wilson's speck flta
tha occasion aad U mu; pro
TMttrt tMt aot wild ; SAB,
stronc asd ustnlstakably Dsmo
oratio. It makes an Inspiring
opsntng of tha campaign, Indi
cating clearly and nobly the
spirit in which the leaders ot
our roEonerateil Democratic
party must work; not one ot
mere 'partisan maUobeltovo,'
hut of honesty and Justice to
ward all men."
It'ti a Short Jaunt
to ST. LOUIS
via tho Frisco. You rido in
splendid electric lighted chair
cam or coaches, or ride in mo
dern up-to-date sleepers nnd
dine on wholosonin FRED
HARVEY mouls on the way.
Its a joy to travel
Ask the Frisco Agont about
schedule nnd full particulars
When you havo u bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable mi ut to
ure it with as littlo delay as nossible.
lleio is a druggist's opinion : "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' for
fifteen yours," says Hnos Iollar of
Saratoga, Intl., "nnd consider it the
best on the market." For salo by all
The Republican -program Sin
Missouri this year is to quibble
ovr State matters of minor im
portance, misrepresent the facts,
attempt to stir up old and forgot
ten Democratic factional strife,
throw dust in tho people's eyes,
keep away from the tariff ques
tion, and to completely forgot
that Hint there ever was such a
word as ''progressive" in tho dic
tionary. i Francis M. Hughes,' Spratt.
'Mo., says: "I havo had kidney
land bladder trouble when I tried
a .-.ample of Foley Kidney Pills.
They relieved me, so I bought a
bottle and find they havo done
me more good, and I got great re
sults. I recommend Foley Kid
ney Pills as I got more results
from it than anything lever took.
vSold by A. G. iMeyer. udv.
! Tho Democratic opening meet
Mug iH St. Louis, September 25th,
i marked t!.e. auspicious beginning
,of a victorious campaign. Tho
reception accorded tho Demo
cratic candidates wns in all re
spoctci most gratifying. But tho
Democrats of Missouri this year
are not going to bo satisfied with
a glittering prospect of victory.
They aro after the reality. They
Invo on former occasions boon
(deceived by appearances. This
time, they are looking for results.
Missouri Democracy will win glo-
rioiiHly this year but not with
G. H. Combs, a well known cit
izen of Mercer Co., Mo., states:
"About a year ago I took a severe
eough and I tried different kinds
of medieino and two physicians,
but not help mo. My son left mo
a bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound, and it helped mo
a groat deal more than anything
I had taken ' Sold by A. G.
ITOLEY- KIDNEY PILLS
roil BAOKUHI KIDNEYS AND SLADOaM
Stops Coughs - Cures Colds,
Foi' sale by Dr ,A. G. Meyur.
PromptlY oM&lnnl. or FEt MCTUnNCO.
ao vsaas1 sxriRitMcs. ourcHancsa s
THE LOWIST. BDd mnlrl, photo ot .kctcu for
eiprrt urch -M lre report oa paln'aMlltr.
INrRINO(SlfNY .alt. eouductl U-(on sU
court. ntnrtJ ohuinad thmugh ut, ,DVtS.
TIStOB.tSOLP.fre. TaOE-ISAK PES)
SIONS and COPYRIGHTS luldklr obuluod.
Opposite U. S. Patent Office.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
for bncbacho, rheumatism, kid ley or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
Foley Kidney PilU are tonic in action, quick in results. Refuse substitutes.
CltAS. W. MKVKIIH
BANK OF STB. GENEVIEVE,
STB. GENEVIEVE, MO.
,1ccottnlH Solicited. tAbtrat .4ecoMMOt1aHon.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
WMI pity t jir cent. Interest on Time lttponltn for
One rear and li pet' cent, for Six Months.
Deposit Uoxes now remly lo rent nt 12 mid $3 per
year. Dopoelta insured against robbery & burglary
STE. GENEVIEVE BREWING & LIGHTING
JiLU. orders ironxiPtly Illlecl
3. W. LAimiNQ, II. D.,
SIp. Onuevleve. Mc
Calls answered promptly day or nlftnl
Ojice nt I.anntvg t Drug Ntore
CHARLES J, HERTICH, M. 1
Fbjsieiu, Surgeon and Accouckr,
HTK. GKNBVlKVK, BIO.
KfCill!nwerod promptly tir? r night.
Office stars Ilinch ft Douglas' Drug Blare.
Ste. Uonevleri!, Mo,
DR. L. J. HUBER
Office nbr KutlcilRc'n Drug Store
OKKicK-ovcrBank Sto. Gen.
STJ5. GSX-RriEVX, JHQ
Wo will give sueclAlxttcntlon to tlio Livery
biislDHHa. Itrllnlilf.il rl
CltiB bUffriCA ATll) ilthn, r.hUll.. atwuva In
'""""" uosriiea uy tn niesi, nsjr
or weeit at liberal rates. Enpoclal attention
given tciuommorclal trarelers. General public
Vl-C.il r. v lev a. - Mltl.lUUlII
FONHMCUMATISM KIDNEYS AND BLADDKS)
COME ON BOYS
I'M IN THE TRADE
And READY TO BUY
HOGS - oTTr,K
Tnos. B. Stuaugiian,
St . G nevieve, Mo.
Women of the highest type,
women of superior education and
refinement, whose discernment
and judgment give weight and
force to their opinions, highly
praise the wonderful corrective
and curative properties of Cham
berlain's Stomach and liver Tab
lets. Throughout the many stages
of woman's life, from girlhood,
through tba ordeals of mother
hood to the declining years, there
is b safer or more reliable med
icine. Chamberlain's Tablets are
sold everywhere at 25c a box,
Sold by 3J)r. A.. G- Moyor
C. J. STANTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at - Law.
tJ-Wlll prsotlre In all tue Courts ol tl
Slntr I'rompt intention given tnall hualneii
JAMES M. MAHONEY,
CouiiMolor nx Law.
Office III Court llnuie.
Will renre.-nt heln lo dlvl'loni of land, sml
the jicltlrment of estates. Clslms unit arcounta
collectnl. Wills and all other legnl rtoiuiruvut.
carelullr'lrswn. Will pmclloeii all courts
PartUl orCorapieie AUttraclsnr Tltllnr
nlahcil promptly at reasonable figures
Write ileeils.iinv tuxes for non-resliients. Oe
eral dealer In reiki estate.
mm PUBLIC IN OFFICE,
rhime. No, 61.
HENRY L. R0ZIER,
8tk. Genkvikvb, ... Mo,
lylt'ansaot a general Hanking and Ileal
Emnte Business, buv andsollUicbsiiKe. foreign
anil ilomeatir and eive kdcoUI attention d
eolleotlonson all accessible points, remlttm
urominiy si lowest raios.
Your Dsnsinc business souonea.
UK.VItV 1. KO'AIEK.
flhavlnn, hnlr-i'.uttlriK. eliatspuolnc, etc.. In
the latest style. Prompt uttentlon noilshati
razors. Your pstroiisgs is irnpectrully Bollnt-
ed. Shop on Main Street, opposite luinnlNit'K
J UK FH7KAM,
tVShavlns Ilalr-CutllOK, Shunuioolnjt.Ac.
doue In tbclateal style at ressonablerAlea.
Joels a polite and skiurnl barber, and laa)
ways in readiness to serve you. Call on Mar
Masnging and all other ser
vices rendered in up-to-date
Located in K. of P. Builuino.
8ucceed when everything else falls.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousand.-, have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
KILL the COUGH
and CURE the LUNGS i
A- a. atl M
ULDa Tllil Bottle Frsnl
' BUD CT. ai.llL
AWO ALL THROAT AND LUNG TBOUBJ.ES. I
60 YEARS' .
Anyons lending a .ketch and description may
quickly Ascertain our opinion freewlielber an
liiYontinn li prehably patentable. Cooimunlea.
tlo'ia.trlctl'conlldenttaU Handbook on Patents
tent tree. Oldest asency for aecurtruipaUnU.
Patents taken throash Munn AXoTcMSlTe
rpcll n.tlca, withoun Aanr. la tba
A hssdaomely lllaatrstad weekly. ljanrst"
cnlstlon or anr meni ltin inurn.i. Terms. SJ a
jear i four months, U Sold byallnadsalera.
OOoa. 106 V It. Waablnston.