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I I M A. I'BITt HAKH,
JuiWrrd crnnltne HI ! c el Cmirla th
f iJ .1 KkS Hill, wufd eat II ,,
According to German ct fts,! "c
the woild'a export and Import tiade
for the year 1901 amounted to $J3,
800,000,000. Of this amount tlic
United States ia credited with a
total of $1,310,000,000, or about
ten per cent of the woild'a commerce.
RtPlCUCAN STATE TICKET.
For Supreme Judgpa,
For State Supt. of Public Schools,
For Ilallroad and Warehouse Com.
For Congress, Sixth District,
JOSEPH B. LLNDSEY,
For State Senator, Sixteenth lrtst.,
GEORGE r. HCCKEBY,
To complete the Panama Canal
Will involve an expenditure of over
$140,000,000 in addition to the
$41,000,000 to be paid the French
curnpany for iti righl and tbe ad
ditional sum for the atrip of country
through which it must be construct
ed. And it will be built by Amer
be used lit the con t nit t inn of
i naval vessel, Plot idence, It.
1., will send huge screw machinr
to the Tokio shipbuilding ynnia Bin!
milling gi'inding iooW to another
point in that country, A pulley
company in Philadelphia Avill send
shipment of it manufactures to
Australia, New Zealand. Mexico
and South America. It has already
sent car load lota to Montreal,
Canada. A New York company
hat in preparation machinery tor
use In the Transvaal mines in South
Africa. American drill firms have
already supplied fully scvcnty-fUe
pei cent of the mining drills used in
South Africa. A Chicago comanyp
will send large coal handling
Mr. Mulhall, the Biitish statistic-
ian, in rsia worn on " 1 ne v eatin 01
Nations," said : "I! we take a sur
vey of mankind in ancient or mod
ern times, aa regards the physical,
mechanical and intellectual force of
nations, we find nothing to com
pare with the United States."
plant for use at the Calcutta docks vent legislation deemed unfavorable
The Kentucky fields ot lead ore,
near Moxley, Owen county, are re
puted to be very rich as well as ex
tensive. Io connection with the
lead ores are found deposits ot sine,
fluorspar and barytes. It is regard
ed as the most important new field
in sieht, and measures are being
taken to develop these valuable re
Reed of Kansas City,
yery good Democratic
speech in the opera house, Wednes
day evening, Sept. 10th. We went
to hear him because we delight to
hear an eloquent speaker, however
much we may differ with his opin
ions, arguments and conclusions.
Reed is the briehtest Democrat in
the state of Missouri. He gave ut
terance to some truths accepted by
all men, that if followed out to their
ultimate conclusion, will land him
in the Reoublican party with both
feet upon the solid rock of protec
tion to home industries.
in India. This company will also
construct warehouses there which
will necessitate the sending of over
.000 tons of structural steel. A
St. Paul, Minn., firm will send ftn
electric power plant to Honolulu,
in the Hawaiian Islands, and to the
same place San Francisco will send
engines. Pittsburg wilt send struc
tural material to Mexico. New
Yotk has recently made contracts
for furnishing hot-air engines to
Australia, South Africa, Burmah,
Canada and New South Wales.
The aame concern lately sent en
gines to the Rhodcsian railroad in
South Africa and to the Imperial
palace in Constantinople, Turkey.
Another company in New York
wilt ship 700 tons of structural ma
terial to Australia for use in a pow-
er station there wnicn already cm-
ploys American electric generators,
Allis engines and Babcock & Wi'
cox boilers. Still there's more to
BEPLCUC4N COINTY TICKET.
J. 11. HALES.
E. 8. CHAPLN.
J AS. M. M. K1IU5EN.
J udtf North Dintrlct,
JOHN I E E K W EST E1L
judg South PlMtxIct,
C. J. HEQUA.
Organized labor has a "friend at
court" in Judge Oliver Wendell
Holmes, who was recently appoint
ed to the United States supreme
bench to succeed Justice Gray. His
friendliness toward labor organiza
tions is shown in a number of his
opinions as chief justice of the su-
Dreme court of Massachusetts. In
one ot these he declared tnai
wotkingmen may combine for get
ting the most they can tor meir
labor, just as capital may combine
with a view of getting the greatest
possible return, it must be true that
when combiued they have the same
liberty that combined capital has to
support their interests by arguments
persuasion and the bestowal or re
fusal of those advantages which they
otherwise lawfully control, so long
as they do no violeoce." This may
not be esseutiaiiy different from
what any good jurist would say on
the same subject, though it will be
gratifying to the friends of organized
labor to know that the new member
of the highest judicial body of the
country has thus placed himself on
du. e. u. zi:y.
Hecffleak is 4 cent a pound in
Berlin and theie is 110 beef trut in
Notwithstanding the repented as
sertion of Democratic newspaper
that the boodlers down at St. Louu
re all Republican, it turns out
that seven of them are Democrats.
Mayor Rerd told us in his speech
last Wednesday evening that the
price of beef is fixed in Liverpool,
England, and this too, after all the
Demon utic papers have been tell
ing us the price is fixed by the beef
There are C. 000,000 work people
who deposit their earnings in the
savings t anks ot the ountry, be
sides a lnt-t of others who deposiit
in utlicr savings institutions. The
thrifty poor ate getting luhrr right
uliviig these duys of Republican
2JaiJ Iggtckton, one of the
men tvt.'O ha teiukied Indiana fa
mous fur a peculiar and exceedingly
c'u!ar Hle if liU'taturr, has pas
ed ovrt the it)) Ktic user at the age
liiicnl machine and fmce contribiu
11. ms fiom the oflieeis aiVl men for
They hive multiplied offices and
lived miIhi ie$ out o! nil propoition
to thir service tendered.
They have e sutilihlicd the office
of F.icisc CommUaioitcr In the city
of St. Louis and by legalised rob
bery of dramshop kcepcn in the
city have provided a salary for the
commissioner unparalled In the
uificial hiMury ot Missouri.
They have collected money for
campaign purposce fro".l corpora
tions and in conMiletstion of such
contributions, men occupying hifh
state offices have used the power
and influence ot these offices to pre
to such corporations, or to encour
ape legislation which the corpora'
tions desired to have enacted.
They have permitted fraud and
illegal voting at elections and to
prevent detection of such fraud and
illegal voting they have refused to
open the ballot boxes to the end
that the perpetrators of said wrong'
doing might be free from punish
They have erected a powerful
political machine which controls
Democratic state conventions, ex
acts tribute from all officers and em
ployees of the state government and
of the police departments of the
large cities and ever performing the
functions of an aggressive persistent
lobbyi their sole mission on earth is
to perpetuate themselves in office
These are some of the evidences
of progress which have been the
work of latter day Democrats and
for which the people of Missouri
are congratulated by the recent
Democratic state convention.
WOODS GO TO.
When the circumstances are con
sidered there need be little wonder
manifested at the anxiety displayed
by so many countries because ot the
growth of American manufactures
Goods of various kinds made in the
United Stales are being shipped to
nearly all the important points in
the world, and this country has
gained such a reputation for the ex
cellence of its products that articles
manufactured In other countries are
displayed ia the home market bear
ing the label, "Made in America."
knowing the preference in the minds
of the people for articles manufac
tured in tins country.
A summary of an article in the
American Trade publication shows
that Philadelphia sends cast iron
pipe to China, plows to Argentina.
South America, cars for tramways
to South Africa, and molding ma-
chines to England. South Bend,.
Ind., has sent J20 000 worth of
plows to Argentina, South America.
A Brooklyn company has contract
ed for furnuhing hoisting gear for
West African gold fields. Cincin
nati will furnish an electric light
plant for the British naval bar
racks at Portsmouth in England.
The Atlas r.nginceting woiks of
Indianapolis, Ind., will supply a
belling company in Tokio, Japan,
with a 200 horse power engine.
The Camegie Steel company of
"We congratulate the people of
Missouri on the magnificent pro
gress made by the state under Dem
ocratic rule." Democratic platform.
Since the days of Charles II.
Hardin and John S. Phelps the pro
gression of the Democratic party of
Missouri has been remarkable.
They have converted a magnifi
cent interest bearing school fund
into a stupenduous interest bearing
They have juggled state funds,
made sacred by the constitution for
the payment of the bonded debt and
the maintenance of public schools,
and used the proceeds in paying
warrants issued for current expenses
of the state government.
They have enacted unfair, parti
san election laws for the great
cities. They have denied them
home rule or the right to regulate
their own afiairs.
They have enacted a law placing
the treasury of St. Louis at the
mercy of a board appointed by a
foreign agency; and have made it a
felony for any member of the mu
nicipal assembly of the city to hin
der or delay appropriations demand
ed by said board.
They have denied to St Louis, a
city of 600,000 inhabitants, the
right to appoint a single policeman,
and they have prohibited l tie mu
nicipal assembly from the cxercloe
of any control over the police de
partment or in the adjustment of
salaries or of other expenses ot the
They have converted the police
dfpartrucr.t of St. Louis into a po-
The Democratic congressmen of
Missouri are now engaged in the
deplorable farce of explaining their
votes on the Philipine army bill.
Eacii of them, DeArmond, Clark,
Lloyd, . Dougherty, Cooney,
Shackleford, Vandiver, Cochran,
Rob, Benton, Rucker, Cowherd,
decreed in his vote that he would
provide no shelter or comforts for
our boys in tbe Philippine army,
Among .the soldier boys 10 that
far away eastern country are many
Missourians. Young men who
left anxious mothers and admiring
falheis to fight for their country's
flag. Nearly all of the counties of
this great state have brave young
representatives fighting for the flag
which Dewey hoisted at Manilla in
so gallant and brilliant a manner.
In solid phalanx the members ot
the Democratic delegation in Con
gress from Missouri lined up and
persistently urged McKinley to de
clare war against Spain. From
that time on all of them have re
peatedly sought to hamper the
government by refusal to aid in
suppressing a rebellion that came
up as a result of the American oc
cupation. In the House oi Rep
resentatives it was Champ Clark,
as the defender of the Missouri
Jdtgaiion, who was so roundly
roasted by Representative Landis
of Indian. He said:
"They wanted war and they
would be satisfied with nothing
the than war, and war came.
Many of you will recall bow the
distinguished gentleman from Mis
souri charged up and down the
aisle and, wjh a voice that pene
trated almost to the caverns of the
OJili mountains declared that
the Democrats had taken the Ka
p.iMicns by the scruff oi the neck
aaJ drgged them into the war."
Mr. Clark said, "And that is
precisely what we did."
Mr. Landis. "Yes."
Mr. Clark. "We dragged you
into that war."
Mr. Landis. "And after you
dragged us in and these problems
and these questions, and these re
sponsibilities came up, you turned
your tacks and ran away from
every one ol ihenj."
These poltroons fiom Missouri
sifcly ensconsed behind the pillars
of the capitol at Washington eat-
1'LUHS OF .MlNHOl'RI.
At a meeting ot the executive
Commiite of the Republican
League ot the State ot Missouri,
held in St. Loula, Mo., on the ifth
day of August, 1901, h wasresolv-
cd to bold the next State Conven
tion of Republican Clubs at Scda
lia, Mo., on Tuesday, the 33d day
ot September, looa, for the pur
pose of selecting six delegates at
large and tour delegates from each
Congressional district ot this State,
to represent this state at the
National League Convention to be
held in Chicago, HI., October, C
and 3d, 1903, and to elect new offi
cers of the League.
Every Republican Club being
member ot the State Leauge, isj
entitled to one delegate for the
club, and to one delegate for every
fifty members of said club. Please
make report as to your mem
bership, also kindly inform the
League secretary whether your
!ub will be represented at onr
State Convention and the number
of delegates it will send.
Speakers of national repute will
be there to entertain the delegates,
and it is intended that this occa
sion shall be the opening ot the
campaign in this State.
All clubs should be reorganized
and reported to the Secretary of
the State League. Organize as
many new clubs as possible in or
der to increase the representation
of your county in this convention.
Now is the time to commence this
work. The larger the number of
clubs in your county, the better
your chances for carrying your
rounty this tall.
Get some prominent Republi
cans of your county to assist you
in this work. The state campaign
is near and we should be in good
shape when it comes.
Inasmuch as the National com
miitee has issued its call at a late
date (on August 30th, 190a), it
will be necessary that immediate
action be taken.
Wm. H. Hahx, Sectctary.
W. II. Gallexkamp, President.
P. S. Address all communica
tions to Wm. II. Hahn, Secretary,
Lindell Hotel, St. Louis, Mo.
Lifool (5rorge Washington, nu Adaniy, Thos.
Jefferson, James Madison, Janu s Monror, Jno.
Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackpon. M.ulsn Van
Bnrcn, William H. Harnuon, John Tler,
J anu-s K.JVk, '.. Taylor. M. Fillmore, Frank
lin Pierce, James Buchanan, Abe Lincoln,
Andrew Johnson, U. S. Grant, K. li. Hayes,
Jsmes A. Garfield, C. Arthur, Grover Cleve
land. B. Harrison, William McKinley and
Any One for 25c; 5 for Si.CO
Twelve for $2. CO.
ALL, FOR TWENTV-flVT Toa 3.50.
Sold by O. E. STRICKLAND,
rrleata ot Valla Parade
Will take place in Kansas City
on the night of October 71b. For
fifteen years the Priests of Pallas
have been entertaining the people
of the great southwest This year,
on the above date, they will present
the most elaborate, wonderful and
gorgeous pegeant ever witnessed in
the world. Electricity is being
bound to the car ot Pallas tor this
occasion. It is to be a parade of
motion. Twenty animated pictures
of hypnotising beauty will pass
through the streets by the medium
There is to be more and bettir
music than ever before. Perhaps
the band from your town will be
there. The Priests of Pallas are
preparing to unveil a surprise and
the parade will be worth a journey
across'the continent. For the event
on October 7th there will be greatly
reduced rates via. Mo. Pac. Rail
way. R. A. Bailky, Agt.
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
"Straight the Crow Fk"
Kansas ily and the Gulf.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE.
SHORTEST AND FASTEST ROUTE TO
PIttsbarg. Kas. . Joplla h'.o. ft. Smith Ark. Texarkar.a Tex.,
Shroeport, La., Beaumont Tex. erJ lake diaries, la.
THROUGH rillMVN SlLtPinS TO
Shreveport Beaumont Port Arthur.
Houston -'and - Galveston.
Direct Connection for Through
Business to All Points in
Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Ter.
Visit the Famous Arkansa Health Resort
SILO AM SPRINGS, SULPHUR SPRINGS
Cheap Rates to above Resotts all the Year.
Uomcsccker's Excursion South ffl'JfS-
For Further Informition apply to Agent K C. S. Ry.,or write
J. II. MORRIS. T. P. A..
Kansas City, Mo.
S. G. WAR NEK. G. l T. A,
Katif-;is City, Mo.
THE CERHIH-JI'EPJCSH DOCTORS
r I irjf? Calarra. Bmtchlt!t.Nfur!fl. O5 cr'a.
64 5 e hi . Of him it may be
t.uA tl.Bt "dying, he left no line he Pittsburg will send f 150,000 worth
Mi.Li-i! to I Iol." Himor plate to Si. I'cteihurg lo
The man on tb utii'e who does tha
trick ol escaping from Crnily tied rof-,
subtuila to the Uaoa with a amile. lis
V now h can gK out of the rojea that
Uciug knotted. ut tbe aaine man in
the wuiaU aad let Imiuus cai-tora bin 1
turn to a tree fue torture an4 be ou!J
atrin'tfle to the Ut iraiurt tbe bon.la.
lii the stomeh ia diieeJ there 1 mir and fclceijintf in luaurioua ouar,
ttrs refused time and again to
To California and Pacific Coaot
points. During September and
October the Frisco line will sell
tickets to California points, $35; to
Wathincton and Oregon coat
points,',j6. To intermediate points
the same, or lens. For further par
ticulars see local agent or Phone
E. T. LaBakiukhk, Agt.
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CoHatflt. ill Dluetciof IS MrL Sloo.iS. l!tr. L',w! rntti
tliof v. f lo.l Cariur.uamch.ck. OSi'S Feet. Petit' lmfit.l S , 1
Bin SV.almml Cor. W ril. for 8jiii l.iV Cweult;UioB frrt, HkiiUrcf tAafa
H.-i Trlnd BiwcUlU fur vJ elue tit dlMMm. 0itr l!.,i ij iptL!lt, riTt.rUi. the
AUotMtUe. HHMopUit ond Kcioctie School nf M.!i-!tui, cotr.lH.tii Uwtr (kill wUe
ttmtf tm wrb tndtvttSn.l AU mwllfln fqrulltM, enl el f frit wttia w,oHnry
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flllisl t yaar ova MVum. IvUer.cb u. In rsMirirTucr rw ; r iU n .eotlt.tutt fket
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are botwia being wuveo evry hour about
the orgAoa depcoJent on the tuuuu.U
heart, luugt, liver, kidneys, etc. Tha
iiAiy ot luaokiud l to pitf subiiiit
to tUe (iwleuing of theee buutie wub tui
ilurt to eecar uutll the Jia Vbcy cu:
Vt. Ilcrce'a Golden Medlcel Iicovirf
cure dieraat-a of tbe etoiuacb and olJu r
organa of dlKtioo aoii nutrition. It
curet diaeaars of heart, liver, tuise. kil
ncya and other oioua, hca tl.cc Ji
eaaca, aa la often the k, hnve their
onK'.o ia tba dueaied atuuiacb.
'Kije e long time I wi K.flrrlng end ti
katUif .U. u rt .ImjuI wrllr. kit Au.lrtw ).
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IV. I'icrce'S 'lraant l'cl'uU clcuuae
tt livcd vttau tum iuiuiiUca,
the gcteriimerit by their votes.
Parents and relatives of the soldier
boys in the Far Fast will make a
note of this and help to administer
Such a fcrtiil.inR blow that (ew of
Missouri's mis reprevcutatives will
return to Congress to keep up
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