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Republican speakers hare delight ed doriui? thU campaign to dwell upon the difference found in the po litical creeds of certain leading Dem ocraU. That there are shade of difference Dp honeet Democrat will denj; bat there are differeucee of deeper shades In the creeds of Repub licans. In the West they faror the Democratic income tax law, excspt In one particular it doee not go far noiiffh. Ther ear It oueht to tax ; the Income arising from government bonds. In the East they denounce it an being "inquisitorial a tax on ' energy and a premium on indolence. It ia in line with selfish human na ture that eastern people should d Bounce it, whether thy.are Demo crat or IleDubUcans. because It is a law which endeavors to make them car their lust DroDortiOn of the tax re to sapport the government. The bulk of the Income tax will come from the eastern people. Will any Beonbliean claim there Is unity of sentiment in his party on the tariff or silver question? CoL Loo mis. Be- cnblican candidate for confirms in this district,' fights Democracy large ; ly because ol its Interference with the lieKInley tariff bill and thereby Indicates his favoring the readoptlon of that measnre, while CoL Yanhorn, a congressional candidate In the Kansas Gtj district, favors letting the tariff laws stand as at present. CoL Yanhorn also advocates the free and unlimited coinage of silver, as does also CoL Loomis, and In this particular stand in line with Mis- ST sonri Democracy. Out this tenant in Yanhorn's and Loomis political creed Is bitterly repudiated by there clntocractic brethren of the East. In this particular CoL Yanhorn and COL Loomis are not In accord with BepabHcan congressmen, a large majority of whom voted against free silver at the last session of congress. These are only a tew of the points that might be mentioned, to show the lack of harmony In the Republi can party of to-day. Fxaxk Klue and Otis Savage.tbe former a son of the ex-city marshal of Dalles, Oregon, and the latter a son of District Judge Savage, were arrested, at Dalles, Oregon, last Uonday for engaging In the Pacific express robbery of $14,000. at that place, not long since. With the ex ception of f 400 all the money has been recovered. Five thousand dol lars was found in the house of the ex-marshal. A store, at Center, Kalis county, entered by burglars last Tues day night. They were detected while ia the store, and In a few minutes tbebous was surrounded by a half doxen armed citizens, bat the burg lars made their escape. ' A maw out In Nebraska showed the difference between a Russian thistle and the Populist to be about as fol lows: If the Russian thistle is let alone it will take the country; if the Populists are let alons they will kill themselves." A If aixe farcer whose crop of bay was so lame this year that be bad to stack what he could out doors and put the rest In tbe barn. Is the kind of a man who knows bow to appreciate tb blessings of a Demo crat ie national administration. iJe will rote 'er straight next Toes dy. . Etxkt particle of relief that has come to tbe people has come through Democratic channels. It is the only parly that is willing and able to do battle for tbe people, and Democrats should give it their united and earn .set support. 'Tote against the Republican-i'op- nlist combine. Either is bad, but taken together thy are .positively sauseating, as party principle is sacrificed lor the hope of offi .rial plunder. Xtebt Democrat who wants to see 'the re-enactment of MeKInleyism and a rerlral of force bills will either stay at home or vote the Republican or Populist ticket next Tuesday. Tart yonnest child in tbe United 8tates would die of old age before the people could getanyreliel from ths shadowy -ichemesofthe Repub lican or Populist party. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdet Most Perfect Made. JI m4J Fork Musing. We h S) sice shower last Snday. llrr .BtApt U Bot wrl1 l WTlUnK 'JjrVitririiifog her nnt, Mr. J Ira ika gTet6l ot iisiaborbood at present. sk-knee ia tbis FOR Democratic Ticket. For Judge f the 8uprems Court, Francis il. Black. For Superintendent ot Public 8chool. William T. Carrington. For Railroad and Warehouse CommUeioner, Joseph H. Finks. First Constitution Amendment Tea. First Constitutional Amendment No. Second Constitution Amendment 'Tea. Second Constitutional Amendment No. For Represent tire la Congress, Second Con jrrfwlonl District, Uriel 8. Hall. For State Senator, . 8Ixth Senatorial District. Bed gem an T. llcdanahaq. For If ember of the House of Represent tires, Thomas P. Schooler. For Clerk ot tbe Circuit Court, Henry B. Richardson. For Recorder of Deeds, Benjamin Q. Smith. For Clerk of the County Court, Raymond D. Edwards. For Prosecuting Attorney, James CL Wallace. For Presiding Judge of tbe County Court. Lloyd H. Herring. For Judge of the County Court, Eastern District, Hnry Hayes. For 8beriff. James E. Dempsey. For County Treasurer, Aloozo L. Welch. For Judge of the Probata Court, Henry C Minter. For Coroner. George 11. Dewey. STATE OF MISSOURI, HI,) County of Chariton ss. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgs Wt spent tie daj with Mrs. 8Uplea last 8tordy. Tbe meetiaf; which bae been la pregress for tbe past week will con t lone all tbk week. Coofresstloos are frowios; larger aa4 soma iaterrst is maniieated. Tbe infant chlid of Mrs. Jobn 8nn7 died but Wednesday and was buried Tbe red ay at tbe McCniTT school bonse. Ber. Jacob lie Coca p reaching tbe faneral diecoorae. Hamden Havnentngam C. B. Mowerr baa toand a 23 inch, rein of coal on bis premise at depth of aboat 25 feet. James lirkiea. ot Randolph conaty. was In this vicinivy the Utter part of last week buy ing etUe. Frank Flyer is rery sick at this, writing o! some klad ot fever Dr. Uaine. ol Pee Dee, U hi attending physician. 8ils Riley and wife, of near liethany CbapeL Tfeited tbe families of W. O. NeUoa and B. F.Fcrd last Saturday. O. P. Ry and wife, ot near WeetriHe. were down last Saturday and Sunday Tisitiag Mr. Ray'.' parent, Capt. J. 11. White and wife. Mr. Sberwell Itevis. Rebecra Emhrre and M. D. Minor, ot near Uerlee, attended chorea ber last Sunday and Tisited the family c4 B. T. 7ord. Tbe Democratic epeakins: waa well attend ed here last Saturday nbrht.P 8. Radr,rpt. J.C. Wllc, K. D. Ldrd and A. U Welch were the speakers. Rer. A. M. Scorel fslied to fill hi appoint ment at McCurry arbool-bous last Satur day niht and Sunday, being engaxed In protracted meeueg at seaue i &apL. The children of Joeeph Smith and wife. dereased. hare lately erected a beautiful and substantial monument at the graves of their parent In McCurry cemetery. "Squire John Bayne ' coort was grinding here last Menday in a rose entitled. "Tbe state ot Missouri ts. J. Bray" for an as sault on Felix Deroreey. Tbe trial took placa before a Jury, who found tbe defendant guilty and aeed bis punishment at a fine of 11 and roe t. Bray took an appeal to the circuit court. Squlre IL Ji. I"bpmn ap peared on behalf ot tbe state and OliTer Mc Donnell on bebalf of the defendant. OF Republican Ticket For Judge of the Supreme Coort. Waltour M. Robinson. For Superintendent ot Public Schools, John R. Kirk. For Rail read and Warehouse Commissioner. Joseph Flory. First Constitution! Amendment Tea, First Constitution! Amendment No, Second Constitutional Amendment Tea, Second Constitution! Amendment No. For Representative ia CongTtse, Second Con gnsslonal District, Charles A. Loomis. For 8Ut. Benstor. Sixth Senatorial District, Alfred N. Seaber. For Member of the House of Representative John P. Randolph. For Clerk ot the Circuit court, Edward WesteBkeubler. For Recorder of Deeds, Christian C. II. Zillman. For Cletk of tbe County Court, For Prosecuting Attorney, Oscar F. Smith. For Presiding Judge of the County t'ourt, Oscar Wood. For Judge of tbe County Court, Eastern District. Theophilus L. Knox. For 8heriff, Benjamin. R Buffington. For County Treasurer, Charles E. Uedgepetb. For Judge of the Probate Court Fpr Coroner. George M. Dewey. M I, R. D. Edwards, Clerk of the County Court within and for the County and State aforesaid, hereby certify that the afcoye and foregoing nominations for offices to be voted for at th general election, to be held in said County on the firat Tuesday after the first Monday in November, A. D., 1894, having been filed in my office, notice is-hereby given that the same is the form of offi cial ballot to be voted at said election. jj Witness my hand and the seal of the County Court vp day of October, A. D.t 1894. Lagonda Lore. Geo. Chrism is repaiatiag his dwelling. Cold wind and raia herald th coming eWUon. Lather Sisson, of Coejeord; Baadayed at Lagonda. Ryle Corey new bars adde greatly to the appearance of hi place Rumor whispers that on of Laxonda'a wiusom maidens Is aoeei to be married. Lsf WooBea Is bnQdiag a new barn on his farm, one mtle north of Lagonda. Dan MeLaaghlin Tisited home folks, near Wetrille. last Saturday and 8uaday. Rer. F. W. Fisher will preach at the First Presbyterian church next ITedneeday. D. A. Bandren ha completed hie new mill at what has been known a llammack's mill. Messrs.. Geo. and Paul Tainier hare pur chased a new buggy, alao 8tepben Gipeon and brother. 80 now girls look out. Misec Gracie Sharp and Edith Shelton Tisited at Mias Mande Yangban's. near New Liberty the Utter part of last week. Protracted meeting will lommence at tbe Christian church next Sabbath at 11 o'clock. ReT.Tbeo. Mayhew will conduct tbe serTice. The literary society at the Johnaon echool-bouM meetecTery Friday night. It ia weD attended and bid fair to riral the neighboring societies. Mis Lucy Corey met with a rery serious accident last Friday night, on ber way home from the literary society. 80m hoodlums came galloping up behind Miss Lncy and her brother, who were In a cart, and th horee they were driring became frightened and ran away, upsetting the cart and hurting MiM Lucy quite badly. . Crescent IZldge Clipping. A. M. Colley and wife hare treated tbem eel Ye to a new store. Frank Sander, tbe agent for the wind OFFICIAL BAL People's Party Ticket. Forjudge of the Supreme Court, Orville D. Jones. For Superintendent of Public Schools, Joseph D.ElliH. en- He For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, Thomas J. ilendrickson. First Constitutional Amendment Tee. First Constitution! Amendment No. Second ConstitTtionaJ Amendment Tes. Second Constitutional Amendment No. For RepreeentatiTe In Congress, Second Congressional District, John C. Goodson. For 8tAt ferial D-trict. Wtoha V. Parr. For Member of the Houee of Representatives, William J. (Mirer. For Clerk of tbe Circuit Court, George W. Harlan. For Recorder of Deeds, John R. Girvin. For Clerk of the County Court, William P. Davis. For Proeecuting Attorney, Oscar FrSmlth. For Judge of County Court at Large. Oscar Wood. For Judge of the County Court, Eastern District. Theophilus L. Knot. For Sheriff, K M.Elliott. For County Treasurer, Charles E. Hedgepetb. Forjudge of the Probst Court, Augustus C. Yoeum. For Coroner, William J. BiUeter. pump here, receired serem last week and ia putting them up this week. ' J. Wolfe and family Tisited Henry Coafe ney'a last Sunday. Our genial friend, "flud" Smith, was seen oa our streets last week. Mr. J as. Banders and Mr. Morrow Tisited Mr. A. M. Colley last Friday. Ye scribe and Mrs. A. F. Semple were in Brookfield last Saturday shopping. W. L. McCampbell shipped four car loads of cattle last Saturday night to Chicago. Mr. W. L. McCampbell Tisited home folks, ia KeytssTUle, Saturday and Sandsy last. Mrs. Kate Camerom started for Indianap olis. InL. last Tuesday where she will risit friends and rela tires. Joseph Cash, with his two daughters. Missies LLtiie and Mamie are Tisiting in Chillicothe, this week. W. H. Long ha charge or tbe dry goods store of Riddel 1 & Wrightjortnerly in charge of Wm. Wright, deceased. Mr. Morrow, wife and family who hare been Tisiting J as. Sanders for a few days, re turned to their borne, near Joliet, Ind., lost Tuesday. I Jesse Carroll, wife, two sons and their wire arrired from Nebraska last Wednes day. Mr. Carroll ia Mr. Mat Manlore's father. F. M. Breconnt le tamed borne from Hebron. Ind., last Saturday, where be has been Tisiting friends and relatives tor some time past. Cards are out announcing tbe marriage of Mr. Jay Fulbright and Mis Berta Waugh. last Tuesday, at the church, by ReT. K. L. Stratton. y W. V. Riddeil is storking, up nis farm with sheep. We understand he intends buy ing five or six thousand bead. lie has al ready received several car loads. Crescent Ridge bee a "Mandolin Klab" which consists of a monkey, a bag pipe and two Italians, but It answers the purpose. Prohibition Ticket ( Nomina Ui by Electors.) For Jadg of the Supreme Court. Reuben B Robinson. For Superintendent of Public Schools, MissEIleoD Morris. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, Paul C. Yates. First Constitutional Amendment Tes. First Constitutional Amendment No. Second Constitutional Amendment Tes. Second Constitutional Amendment No. For Representative in Congress, Second Congressional District. seeeeseeesfeeeeeeeeeeeee Vor Btate Senator, 8ixth Senatorial District, For Member of the House of Represent tires. For Clerk of the Circuit Court, For Recorder of Deeds. e e For Clerk ot tbe County Court, For Prosecuting Attorney, For Presiding Judge of the kunty Court, For Judge of the County District, Court, Eastern For 8heriff, For County Treasurer, For Judge of the Probate Court, For Coroner, of said County hereto- affixed at and several of our people were-sernaded last week. Trlplett Times. J. P. Gulllod went to Brunswick Saturday on business. Mrs. 8tandley, of near Rothville, is visiting relatives and friends here tnis week. Mrs. J. P.Tippett, of Keytoeville, came up last week to visit the family of Frank Moritx. Prof. Thomas, of Brunswick came up Sat urday to Tiait A. O. Greeny an old. school mat of his. P. 8. Rader and Capt. Wallace did not fill their engagement to speak, at Triplett, last Friday night as announced.. Why they diJ not we hare not learned. W. F. Tucker and A. W. Guillod went to Kansas City to see J. W.. Tucker who Is re ceiving surgical treatment ia one of ths hos pitals there. J. W. ia expected home Satur day. Mrs. B. 7. Fleetwood Tisited her daughter, Mrs. T. V. Phelps, near Salisbury, last week while B. T. Fleetwood was at Guthrie, Okla homa. B. F. went down to buy a farm, near Guthrie, but came back thinking more of Missouri than ever. Salisbury Scribbling. R. D. Bdwards came over Monday on busi ness. Tbe writer made a business trip to Daltoay uonaay. Prof. Lockhart is teaching a class in short hand composed mostly of young lady teachers. We regret to announce-tbe death of Mrs. Loi Hoes, who died oa Sunday morniag of typhoid feve. Peter Holfcy got hi band badly mashed In some machinery connected with hit coal mine, one day last week. Ronsell liorton ha the position of devil in the F.-S. offlr. lie is a splendid little fellow and h&n neither hoofs nor horns. Circuit Clerk Richardson was over Monday to enter up a transcript of judgment render ed "at the recent terra of circuit court. JUmor says .one of our prominent profes- LOT (Nominated by Electors.) For Judge of tbe Supreme Court. Albert E. Sanderson. For Superintendent of Public Schools, James A. Kendall. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, -Siegfried Sieler. Firat Constitutional Amendment Tes. s uaii uuwuiuuonai Amendment Mo. 8econd Constitutional Amendment Tea, Second Constitutional Amendment No. Pas " r sr n - - "uu a wugi l QSjsjsjnq UOU greesional District, eeee For 8tate Senator, Sixth Senatorial District,' For Member of tbe House of Representatives. For Clerk of the Circuit Court, For Recorder of Deeds, For Clerk of the County Court, .. For Prosecuting Attorney, For Presiding Judge of the County Court, . ...... For Judge of the Courty Court, Eastern . District,. For Snerif, For County Treasurer. For Judge of the Probate Court, For Coroner. office,. in Keytesville, this 22nc$ ; Clerk of the County Court.. sional men will take a life partner this week.. Salisbury ha many good looking widowers,, but the girls say they are "awful shy." Bneahrthieres entered th residence of Mrs..' John Dmeron Saturday night, and carried off $17.50 belonging to soma young men hoarders. No clue, . C. B. Oldham and Horace Phil pot left tor Checotah. Indian Territory, Monday night, where they contemplate starting a newspa per. We wish the boys success. Them are now 23 men at work in ths new mine and more coming in every day. As fast a room can be made for tbem they are set t work. The dezaand for dwelling houses is increasing. Miss-Ella May Burros, daughter of D B. Burma, arrived from California. Mondav. and Trill make her futxre home witfe. her auntMrs. J. G. Galleiuore. 8he is seven years-old and a neat, pretty child. Echo Etchings. liesied too lite for Ibet week. Rev. Hiss filled his appointment at Echo, th third Sunday. : The wheat crop is looking extoemely fine singe the recnt rains. Misses Effle Barney and Rosa Smith Sun dayed with home folks. We were blessed by refreshing-showers last Tharaday and Satarday nights. . Henry Coatney and family, with Miss Olivet Wolfe, of RothviHe, spent Sunday with ' ths family of Albert Wolfe. . . Miss May Mosher, of Salisbury, attended the pimic at this puce the 23rd Inst., and stayed over several days with her Aunt Minnie Kyes. Miss Onie Sights, of near Bucklin.Mo. .visit ed tbe family of "Aunt Minnie" Kyes several days during the past week, returning homo the 26th inst. The 23rd Inst., being a very fine day, a large audience was on the ground and greet- . ed tbe speakers, at Echo, Hon. Charles A. Loomis, Judge Barkholder and Capt. Louis Beoecke. The Rothville band tarnished ex ceilent music for the occasion.