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--CJO.N JL LN Cj W OIUUA. a PRICES THE LOWEST YET NAMED for FIRST-CLASS G00DSAn Immense Assortment ! &JTHl!ll3r JflSSINot 1 EVEIUTttllNG THE BEST ! The quality will It ! The prices will sell it, and that U the reason you should come at once to gt your Bargains from our Splendid Line of Mkm'b axd Boys' Clotiiiso, Ladies' ani Gent's FiHxisnixa Goods, Hats, Cam, Boom, Suoes, & "Remember it is an Ebtabmsed i ait tat it vats to trade wit J3T2:. tt r,J T"'Tj.T1T' -M- ' ... . . ; i ITeu Sate?estd in Lew Prices Farmers9 Union. PUBLISHED BVBBY TBTCBSDAY fit THE FARMBK8' UNION Ptfl. CO. inliscrlpiioD, $1 Per Tear ia Advance. The Next Campaign. No matter what the result of the present campaign (this is written before the. votes are cast Tuesday) the Peoples party sfaouU start the next campaign The campaign of 1892 was made with many disadvantages against us. There was the bitterness of a presi dential fight, which always draws old party lines very, dose, and it is a hard matter to get voters to look calmly at the terrible conditions of governmental affairs. When this bat tle is over will be the time to educate men up to the proper place, as their prejudice will not be worked up to welding heat and it will be able to reach their reason. Arrangements should be rsede to place literature and speakers before the people of this county ami state during the coming winter. Debating societies shoald be organized and kept up. and sub-unions organized everywhere possible. There must be a ctose association of all reform workers and facts brought to bear oa men not poatcd ou the conditions of affairs. The principles f the People's party are right and wiU prevail when the voters are educated. It has been bard work for reform voters to cast off their old party prejudices and they should have sufficient charity to see it takes a heroic effort to break away from ties of this kind. The proper way to do, no matter what tfcj result of the present campaign has been, is to re-organize and go ahead with the work for humanity. All will sue the cloven foot of the Wall street manipulation of tlie old parties in the light closed with Tuesday: How the .Republicans were used in the south to defeat the Peoples party, while the same tatics were used in the north to defeat the refoi mers endors ing the People's party ticket to bring Odium on the nomineess from week kneed followers of justice and -then otfefectSua day uniting of the two old parties to defeat the young organ ization. luis arrangement was entered into from the headquarters of the money aud monopoly power at New York and Washington. It was a most damnable scheme, but worked disasterously to the young party. The voters will have time to see bow they have been trifled with aud Used to the injury of themselves and families aud the next contest will be practically unainmous. Th t election of Grovcr Cleveland happened in this way: The Demo cratic party was all right, so far as the money powev was concerned, and "with the extra inducements it threw Out to the rich in the way of free raw materials, was sufficient to win the kelp of those powerful influences. The change will not help the masses one cent, but if the Democrats are honest for this time ami fulfHl its agreements with the manufacturers by taking the protection from ' raw Materials it will paralyze several industries of this country notably the raising of sheep. But if this was all, the people Would get off cheap. Every cent of the people's money is now in jeopardy. The amount of greenbacks will likely be wiped out, as was reccommended by the first Cleveland administration. Pet national banks will flourish, the bondholders can live more luxuarantly than ever. the rich can go to Europe oftener and the goose hangs high for the favored class. But bow will it be for the farmers and laborers pinch and economize, weir cniidren go ftuzgid aad ignorant This tells the wlole fact . While many of the People's party men expected a larger vote polled in me interest 01 nwnaaity loan was the case, they should not become dis or.rafced. This was a presidential Year and the lines were closely drawn by the two old parties and prejudice Has beea greater in the minds of many voters than- common sense The showing is splendid, boweyer, for a new party. Revolutions arc seldom made in a day. The sod Work mnst be kept op. - . The jury in the lams case at Home Stead, Pa., returned a verdict that the filters wo onhnmaniy treated that private milita man were set guilty. Nothing else eoald nave been expect ed. The rigfcta of the poor are trampiaoder iss while the guilty rich piotaQttt - Trials between be rica aad poor have become a inockery. The People's party is now in a Setter shape to make the fight of 1894 aad W96 than any otter fsrty. From the best information obtain able at this writing; the result of Tuesday's election Is as follows, with the electorial vote of each state: CLEVELAND STATES. New York 36 Illinois 24 Alabama 11 Oeorgia ..-... ; . . 13 Maryland 8 Michigan (divided) New Jersey , .. 5 ..10 .. 9 ..15 ... 8 ... 8 ... 4 ..13 ... 9 ..17 ..11 ...12 ...12 .12 ... 6 South Carolina . Texas Louisiana. Arkansas Florida Kentucky ...... Mississippi Missouri ...... North Carolina. Tennessee Virginia Wisconsin West Virginia. . Indiana 15 California 9 Connecticut (S Ohio 23 Delaware 3 HARRISON STATES. Idaho 3 Washington 15 Wyoming 3 Iowa 13 Michigan (divided) 4 Massachusetts. 15 New Hampshire 4 Pennsylvania 32 Vermont 4 Maine 6 Rhode Island 4 Minnesota 9 Montana 3 North Dakota 3 WEAVER STATUS. Nevada . - 3 Kansas 10 Nebraska 8 Oregon 4 Colorado 4 South Dakota 3 According t the record of the mint, 1 9,50 silver dollars were coined in the y ear 1804. Of this number but ei"ht are now known, and tbev are valued at from $500 to $2,000 each. What Ihc&mic of the remaining 19,532 is one of the greatest numis uiatiual mystries. Chicago Herald. Those 19,570 dollars ire count ed as being in circulation bv the lying Foster treasury certificate, so extensively published in Ropubli can and Democratic papers, to delude the people into believing there is a greater amount of money in circu lation than ever before. Ask us a harder one next time. It is probable that the Djm.)crais will have a majority in the lower house of congress, while the populists will control the balance of power in tUe senate. We sincerly hope, however that the Democrats will get both houses, so that party would at least have the "chance" to do so-nethinjr. Bun K. Turner has been elected judge of this, the first judicial dis trict, over John D. Smoot by from 1,000 to 1,500 majority. Knox county was Iarcdv the cause of Smool's de feat The People's party have elected between thirty and forty congressmen, and will gaiu three or four senators. This is good work for a new party. There is nothing left for the Re publican party to do but go to pieces. The "rock" it struck Tuesday stranded the g. o. p. This state has gone Democratic by from 20,000 to 50,000 plurality. Where is your new Missouri? Illinois went Democratic, the first time in a presidential year since the war began. The Democratic ticket in Knox county was elected by small plurality. The g. o. p. down it went. took a header and It is estimated that over six thous and women iu the United States act as post masters. The largest number for any one state, 403, is in Pennsyl vania, nd 460 in Virginia. North Carolina stands thivd with 322. Oaly five other states have over two hundred each 2G5 iu Ohio, 243 in New i'-oik, 216 in Georgia, 210 in Texas and 200 iu Kentucky. Alaska has only one, and Rhode Island and Oklahoma have ten each. Postmaster - General Wanamaker (before Jay Gould squeezed him for luiilions), stated olacialy tbat on every $10,000,000 of Western Union telegraph slock $70,000,000 was "Water. Yet sixty odd millions of people are taxed to pay the dividends. And these things arc not "issues. Economist African slavery never ammased for any one man $1,000,000. facta triaf slavery has created hundreds of millionaires, and before the close of the present country the billionairs. It ia necessary for the great masses or the people to unite upon reform laws. Xiuonomist Under the Missouri law the crime of tape is capital offence in the opinion of the Jury. State News. After so long the streets of Jeffer son City are to be lighted by electricity. Springfield, nnder a new contract, scts seventy lamps at f 114 per Year. w;fi. The net increase of the memhnr- if t(u Pliristian chnrflwa in Alia, i snip 01 me cnrisuan cnurcues in jus- onMri in tlio iviat vpnr h't litii 7 3ft1? It cost Callawaj- comity altout $1, 200 to hold the election. This is a fraction oyer twenty cents for each vole. There is great talk over the dis covery of one onyx ledge in the state of Washington. Missouri has dozens of them. Miller & Stevenson, chinaware merchants of St. Louis, Mo., have assigned with $00,000 assets and liabilities. It seems to be settled that the youngest journalist in Missouri is Austin Leftwirh of the Miami News He is 9 years old. The marshal of Kirksville is very proud of the record he has made the past year, having pulled 300 trans gressors of the 'aw. Mexico has three bands; one of seventeen pieces, a second of forty pieces aud a third of fifteen. The air should never become stagnant around Mexico. A Livingston count v tanner has an acre of ground on which he raised 350 bwsdels of onions, but he dries his tears when he counts on getting $2 a bushel foi the in. The Rev. Dr. O. W. Gauss ha! tendered his resignation as chaplin o! the penitentiary and will be succeded bv the Rev. J. T. M. Johnston of the First Sabtist church of Jefferson City. John K. Luker of Knox county ad vertised for a wife. Miss Bertha B. Clemons answered the '-ad." Mr. Luker took his proposed bride's father home over night and was pleased with him. the marriage came off October 25th. The great southwest will be hcanl from at Chicago in 1893. The gover- :or's room in the building will bo furnished by Nevada and the govern or s reception room by the citizens of Springfield. The second largest room in the building will be furnished by the people of Jasper county. Four men and a boy were killed bv the Laclede Fire Brick Manufacturing company's explosion at the works in Cheltenham last 51 ay. Hie company compromised with the widows of the men of various suras, the highest being $1,700 and the lowest $1,000. They had to pay $4,000 for the loy. the company proposes to make a profit out of the arf.ur and has sued the Hartford Boiler Inspection com pany, in which the boiler was insured, for $5,000 for cash debt cawsexl by the explosion and a further sum of $9,500 for damage to the Iwildiug, machinery and two other boilers. Thev are laughing in Mexico oyer the strategy of an old geutleman who believes in having his family in bed in good season. Not long ago a young man calle I upon this old man's laughter aud remained very late. The parent grew restless at this audacity and resolved upon harsh measures. Crawling out of bed an t then down the stairs he crept oni Hndcr a window that opened into the room where the victims were. Hen he paused a moment for breath ami then slapsing bis thighs he blared out a hearty crow. The hint was suHici ent. JEFFERSON. Equal rights to all, special privi leges to none. Favored free and unliinix-dcoin.-igf of silver. Favored treasury uotes bottomed on taxes. Opposed to state banks. celvelavd. Special privileges to corporations. Against free and unlimited coinage of silver. Favors destruction of Government notes, and iu lieu issue of bank notes. Party favors State banks. Writing a newspaper puff is like taking a photograph of a homely baby. If the photographer docs not represent the baby as a beautiful cher ub with wings and halos, harps ami things, it shows that the artist is a chump and does not understand his business, so it is with a newspaper puff if the puffed don't stand out like a bold and fearless exponent of the truth aad morality, it is evident the puffer doesn't know beans. If a man writes his own puff aud comes in and pays the editor for publishing it, then its more fun to watch hini get into a crowd and read it aloud than it is to see a fat woman step on a ban- anna peal. Glen wood Criterion. To Consumptives. The adeiwlaiied bavinr been retorvd to health br (daiule means, after sufferlnir for several vears with a severe lung affection, aud mat areaa disease consumption, is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To those who desire it. he wUI cheer fulls send (free of chanre) a copy of the pre scriptlon used, which thev will find a sure care for Cmwumptlon. Asthma. Vstarrb.Dron cbitls and aU throat and lunfc Maladies. He hopes sll sufferers will try Ms remedy, as It is Invaluable. Those deairina' the prescription, which will cost them nothing-, and may prove a blessing, wUI pleas address, Bev. Kdwakd a. W iumm HmcUi n.New Tork J. N- Mullen, Carpenter and Builder, Memphis, Mo. Estimates furnished on all dasaea of ear enter work. Bepatrlnv of Furnttura a spee ilty. Bnauire at the Pitkin Moot, nttrthaai 01 id nqare. Trustee's Sale. Whf.keas. Wallace H. Il'.iu-k and Lucy A. nif.ck ty tliclr certain Truat JK-ctl. dated July 2Uth, A. I. JM'l, ami recorded In Vol. Mat page I'M. of IH-ed iiikI Mortgage Records of ScotlHinl vounty. Missouri, conveyed to the uudcrMinied n Trustee, the following describ ed rcii! etate situated in tvntiiuiu coiuity Minwuri. to-wii: The cn.t halt' (.) i tiic : niiii :tv. ( Ht ijuiir ouiirtiT hip.) mid trie norrowest lotir'h (V) of tin; nmtln ni iiuurter iqr.l of Mt'tion sixteen 1 16k, township sixly-nv,! Hift), north of ihii-'i- (12i west of Sllh (" I'riin-ij.iil Meridian: "IS". "t lour (. and noma nan i . ,ot t )- block nix of teens ec.j (All ailfHMon to the town of Meuiliis Mo. The which convey anee was in tract fop the purpose of securing the payment of one prin cipal note and ten 1W) interest coupon noted, therein dcscrila-d; mid Whkhkas. It is provided in said Trust Deed, that if default lie made M the payment o siiKipiiiiciiiiili.ro: Kiiid interest nines when tlae, then the entire amount of said prinoipal Htid interest may la- considered u due uud roileotaMe at the option of the lepal holder thereof and this Trust Uced foreclosed; and Whkrkas, Default has been made in the payment of two of said coupon .interest mitos, and same are long- past due and unpaid: and Whkhkak. Jt lsulso provided In suld Trust that if default Ik- made in the payment of the interest when due on certain prior innrlvHtfrs on said real e.-tate, then the entire amount of principal and interest, secured by thin iTiist Deed, may be considered due and collectable at the out ion of the holder; aud Wh:uei8, Default has been made on the I interest oil said prior luor'nraires. and there- tore I lie nomcr and owner 01 tne note Herein secured have el-etcd to consider the said prin cipal and interest net-rued as due and eollect- I able; now Therefore, I. the linilersivTH-d Trustee, at the request of the holder and leiral owner of said note, and 'in Becord'iiK-e w ith the term of siiio. Trust Deed, will on Saturday, the lllth lny of November, A. I. IMti. between the hours of 9 a. n. liinl ;" e. m. of that day. olfei said property, herein twfore di-scri'm-d, for sale (subject to all prior liens and encumbran ces! at the so-.iih front door of the Court Mouse in the city of Memphis, in said county of Scotland and sta.e of Missouri. Said sale to he at Public Auction to the hiirhcst bidder for cash in hand, for the pur jKise of salisfyintr said debt and costs. E. K. HAUTI.K'IT, Trustee. Memphis, Mo.. October 1Mb. A. D. ISC KtuiMiiriii!liiiiKiiiliiiiiiilii;MTMiw:lilie tfN'y A I 1 IcEnino aAcmrjEi aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii 8 i WARRANTED 5 YEARS " atiiinmiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;i!iiiiiiii!i)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:i:iM s lMtIi Rich Arm. " i g Ru H.U miIUhe Mt!la. - : Hu.Stlf IhrMdllf Slinttl.. Z s Hu No Kqusl ta Constrnotloa. a Ba A Meobanlrml ApueuwM. Uaa an Elegant Finish. s S Hu a Ptrfndt AdJiMtmrat. s Ha PaalUva Take-up. S S aaStylUbraraltara. s a Mm Mora Good Sewine QoaUllMaad Z a Umr Itaaaa of Qomnl Work - aay Sewlac Maebina la th. Workl. . 2 Exaaiae THE ROYAL for nolnts of g exceHiace, aad yon wiH bay no ether. s i ROYAL S. If. CO.. Rockford. 111. i BlliniliaillllllllllllilllllllllllH:l!l:li!i;illil;liMiMllife T HAVE Perfect TOME, ACTION. FRAME WORK, AND FiNlSH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 5 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PttCCS. TheCornettPianoCo.S in THE GREAT Sartoon Journal FOR THE THIRD PARTY, wni bo tent tn Rnj aidrws for vbo L . ISemaindar ef f-Va Ycai; Tvith a precilurx ? AHianco Songster . flTri!!lfnr i far vh i l ,f1 FA KM 7U! U itid only 1,. iriimiratol s:ni;i'i i p;j --!!- r4k cation in tbi worM on taa 'ff , Farmer's si.Ia It is ti.e swora ereniy of 1'urtr. Ju.lcn, ciud itlier iilnstrat- - . nt riUhtx-ruiir. pa;:sis. una . I airtj.n tliitn li:ti of fllll. imi.n. Vr.ti u ill Klri It and yeur whole family, lake idvuitaw of this pedal offer, aud send l'xu In stumps. Addreal FARM FUN PUB. CO., CINCINNATI, a Citizen's Bank, West Side or Pubw Sijvake, IMTir.'MiFTTTr., UDo- Paidln Capital, 5,50,000. Surplus, $16,000 Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. J. K. PAKRISH, President. C. R. COMBS, Vice-President. N. V. LESLIE, Cashier. MILO COWAN. Assistant Cashier. DlRBCTOlM H. G. Pitkli , J. Moore, J. J. Townsend, H. M. Thomson, J. ft. Parish, C. B. Comtie, J. D. Skldmore, F. J. Miller. H. H. Fnpate, Chas. Folker, A. H. Pitkin, T. H. Wagner N. V. Leslie. Fartjroplr.Dr. Mllea' Hew Heart Car. .tw mw r nf tt rtf)11 gj ' .IP 4fefS .$5ls Competitor Always Underneath. The Leading Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent of the State, has obtained over all competitors, by his Low Rates, Liberal JL 1 VUJjlnvuo .ts,m. v 'ias eeu nearly Money and Buying Property. strike him, his "barreF is still full, come customers. Give him a call borrow or lend money or need protection avJust Fire or Cyclones, Death or Accidents, ! i ! TIME AND EXPERIENCE have: shown Qif THAT PRICKLY ASH BITTERS! love all other remedies, iel liest Rdajttcil to this climate. J t is crpccially effective in FCZffYttfG THE BL0C0 AUD ELJi CO'J-iTLZACTIflG MALARIA. J IT WILL CURE j l All complaints arising from a g disordered condition of the u a LI t-r, the Stomach, the Kid-t rm-ys and the Buwt-ls; Dys-p KJ-.'S pejiaia, lliilituul Couslij.a S tion. IndiiTCntiou. Sif lr ll..i.l. a.-he, liiiious Com plaints,! Sr etc., etc,, yield rapidly to Lfe' y Lt;neui-ent iiiiluen-e. fi?J?f; fiK It tones up the "VKtcni End rfr-tfrc3 perfect Ji.-ul('n. is 5 joir- iy vrjrsab'e iu t mpoiii- 91- lio.: iii..' i.K -isai.t tolliotliite. If y.v; l ave r.oft lri.-: it, Ssgj xiil ii itlW ! Ml, J 53 C1KT.J V..WT. IT i;r. f.L& rniGiY ash mm go., ST. LOUI?, MO. tes Laundry Bestm the World! SEAMAN BROS., M'fs., Sortlivest Corner Sqiare, Memphis, Mo. WASTED. A REPRESENT ATIVal roa orH FAMILY THEASrHV. the areat- est Iwiok ever offered to the public. A CHRISTMAS PRESENT for both old and vounir. " Our coupon system, which wc use In sell irur this prest work, enables each purchaner to get the hook lit KB. so everyone purchases. CO per cent pii to uirents. For liis tlrst week's work one airent's profit itl(V. Another 5i;ii 00. A LADY h.ui Jasl cleared ivj) x :or ner nrst week s work. Write for particulars, and If you can begin at once send il.liO for out lit. We irlve you ex clusive territory, and pay large eomralsslons on the sales of sub-agents. W rite at once fur the agency for your county. Address all oommiraioanions to .... . . C. rv hloago. III. TOUGH Soft Hats in M styles, war ranted to give pnfact AS aautiacnoa. rnce, wuu. LEATHER our CORONET etis? Hal la a world beater for tLfiu. Falling to 2nd them with your dealer, we wflL for pur pose of introducing; ship direct by express, charort prepaid, on receipt of price. Fashion Flaw bee. BART DOFF HAT CO. St, Looia, f Oueen Rooster has a Compet itor on the Run. We GROW That E. R. BARTLETT. swamped with business seising McDaniefs Meat Market Walter E. MePmiM lin jmrohiUfxl h' !ci:t Market ol Tlioniaftp-ully til viil oinnii!-:-the liiiriiuess, two doors south of the SH-uipJi's House. A t-tn'k of hest qualiiy of beef, r.m-!;. muttin anl iiiio!;ed nu-iits et.nttiiitiy -n hand. Your patronage is solicited. Memphis Roller Mills. FERS LF.AF FUlfK IS MADE FROM Scotland County Wheat. It Is warranted equal to the ttest forelirn irtiele and sold for less price. Give It a fair rial and be convinced. J. I. (5RAIG, MKMIMIIS, M(. Henry Courtney, Watchuiakerandjcwcln', South of S. E. Corner Square, .MEMPHIS. Mo. Watches and eloeks repaired on short no lee. All kinds of jewelry ncntly mended ami ill work warranted. A full Mock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry onstantly on hand at reanonahle prices. A ilw-ral share of the pulilie patronage is so cited. Give him a call before b ivinc. (Connelly's Bus Iyine, Memphis, Mo. Partita wishing- conveyance to any part of the citv, or to and from trains, should leave orders at tha Jtesaphis House tor tuts Bus Line. Frank Con.tlJy, Proprietor. Nervouk Debility. A gentleman having been cured of Kwrous Prostration, Seminal Weakness, Premature Iteeav. and all the evil effects of enrlv iruifc- erctton and youthful folly. Is anxious to nnTke known to others (the alinplc method of SEI CURE. To those wo wish, and will give him their symptoms, ue will send (free) by return mail, a copy of the tecipe so successfully used ia Ms ease. Address. In confidence. J AMBS W. PlKKKKT. tt Cedar Street, New York. yl Dr. MVm' Vkm Heart Cars at nrocsista. - . ' 1 hi in n u f 1 rt 1 . Bartiett's Rooster Crows Because of Un paralleled Success. for the vuiiui a S I villt The "Political Cyclone" and he is always read if you wi.h to buy or s you wiMi io nuv or sc !5-Vf AND TINWARE B33N MOHEIS. Of II f. kkei s the Best 0mjs at Finest Lixe of Stves axu Ranuls xow maik, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, BARB WIRE am kvf.kythixo rsr.vr.i.Y kept is a First-Class Harhwaiik .tose oas uk fouxi there. Your patronage solicited. BEX MORRIS, South Side Square. Grand Clearance Sale of .1 1 a jr VV Xow offered ai JOHN H. MULCH & CO. We are still in the front, and for the next 10 days you can have choice goods at the fol lowing prices for cash only, in order to make room for our immense stock of Holiday Goods: Beds usually sold at $2.00 for $1.20 Large Safes, " 44 " 4.50 " 3.70 Small " " " " 3.00 " 1.80 Bureau, glass, 12x20, " 7.50 " 5.70 Wood Seat Chairs " 3.00 " 2.20 Double Cane Seat Chairs, .5.00 " 3.50 Oak and Walnut Ex. JOHN H. Memphis Marble LV ' 1 . 1 ,1 iliMi 3 Bartiett's l boronghbreds. GRijAT and Victory Memphis, Missouri, Illicit 1 113 jftiri, Lands, Loaning did not to weL 11 lands. v OT7 the Lowest I'mcs. He KKr.rs tui Tables, 75 per ft. 50 MULCH & CO. &Granite Works, HUMPHREY BROS. & MOUNT, Props, Henpbis, Missoul. "Manufacture: Monumeoto and Tombstones frotu the beat materials WOHK GCARANTEED. TERMS TC SUIT CUSTOMERS. Will Not b Undersold. See THEX BEFORE BCt 1XO. GOODS!