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HOIST POM-HONEST ELECTIONS THE ISSUE IN Missouri.
The Tribune. rjubllHhett Every Krldny !IV THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. IL KiiADi.K, Managing liditor. To have success crown ouch labours in tliu desire common to nil. It in an Incentive to more strenuous efforts in our SUCCESS- chosen geld. That tin; la bourer hIiiiII lie worthy of hit hire wo are working while others sleep and you will notice the result of our labour in the improved appearance of The Titiiiir.vi: from time to time. To those agisting iih, as many of our friends are, we extend our heart fell thanks. Tlie Intehstring is always on the oulHide and we are never too busy to tall; to you. A. goodly number of subscribers have had their dates moved up and we would like to sco still more do the name suiiscrip- tiling TIONS. on subscription paying we can always use the money. Come one, come all ! ANEW RE PUBLICAN PARTY. Some of our good friends in Missouri do not seem to realize that a new RepuhVi cau party has come to the front. The coming into the councilH of the party of the sons of old line Republicans the boys who were born after the war, and have no memories of the UUMyijsf. ;J,hc Jjfvs. Jmiiii the schools nnd colleges, with 'lew Ideas and new inspirations the boys who escaped the struggles and the bitterness of the (iO's and 70's : the boys This cannot be done by lcgcrJemain. It is not to lie accomplished by' some slight-of-haud performance of a crafty political trick ster. A victory gained by questionable methods would be a greater calamity than honorable defeat. What shall we do? Our duty is apparent to every thoughtful man. Select, our best and most competent uieii for every position cither elective or appoin tive men who are honest; men who will be the servant and not the masters of the tco ple ; men who favor honest elections ami home rule for our cities, irreat and small: who have always loved the party of the old men, but who have found friends among theieu who will guard the public interests eom Dcinoerntic boys; the boys of the pa rty of , niitted to them with their lives if need be ; to-day party leaders the speakers and thejnicn whom the people will trust and we editors ; the olllcials ami the committeemen; will win. of this party. These hoys are making a j And that spirit of victory, that prescience new party; an aggressive, houi'iii ,"tri-nriniiiiJiJ,tiJipp)sesIon of our hosts, umpliant party. iThc Republicans of Missouri are now or- Auother element hasjcoine into the We- 'gani.ed and in line for the next campaign publican party, too. Men from Rcpuhli-: better than ever before. The volunteers can states. Xew comers to Missouri. iro swarming into the camp, the bugles are "Wideawake business men. Men in the (sounding on the hillsides, the watch-fires are mines ami the mills; men in the hanks and Igleaming on every height, and Republican III llllll If I f V WlfllllU . III.., ill ftl Iimi.l .( i.iui.it I flUMf 11111 IU I llll .nfHI 111 ullllta. Ill llll .1.1 Ixwtu tF B , i"'i., mull 411 llll; lllllll Ul 'i'i'i'ii . i iiu I i-i .llll niuiii if, iimmi unn wi Ii vim are ill hiti'iii-hi. .... .. . ... . '.. - ... .... . . . .J. lmiusiriui, railroad ami mining enterprises; iinounanus 01 patriots. Tiiey liavo at last jiii'iii'ii iiiiii iv:i:i unu , ;., i... ....l. I . 1 i. i mull III tliu U llllTOlllll.l llllll llll IIIC lai lllN. I Men who have not known the intolerance POINTEHS. Detcrmiiiatioii is the foreruuuei of vic tory. laud intimidation of Hourhou Democracy, ! mid arc full of hope and spirit and light. I I hese elements have transformed the ity. 1 . .1 . i.a wounded ineir ueatn Kneii;tlie latal mis take has been made ; all the machinations of unscrupulous schemers and crafty lawyers cannot avert the terrible cataclysm now par-jyawniug at the feet of Missouri Demorcaey. It is The Republicans are organized, hopeful it is not the party of yesterday. in new party. An uirirressivo party. A i earnest determined and their powder is dry Organization is the companion piece of growing parly. A party stronger in mini- and their matchlocks lighted. Stealing at!. .l it il itt-v . i l l . I It. r a ners ui-ciay iiiau me weniocratic party. ei 'ciions is (loonieu, looting sonooi nuuis is An honest man will he honest in pnli-1 Organize this new party ; entluiso it; (doomed. Itourhouism and mossbaekisin are tic. 1L'!"1 it with courage, intelligence and asstir- are doomed. The spirit of sectionalism can The split in the Ohio Democracy prc migcs a split in the National Democracy. ance and it will sweep the liourhon De mocracy of Missouri out of power. Drop the old party sloirans: talk of the ureal Relegate every Doubting Thomas to Statu and its possibilities ; put the young the rear and have your purpose single to ( the new elements to the front and in a carrying Missouri. fow ,ths Missouri will be as safely Ro A ii opinion expressed in a broad, open publican as Ohio or Illinois. Political Itc- hearted manner never makes an cneinv. .view Make your personal following worth something to your party. Tlic New Republican party of Missou ri is inarching on to victory. Supreme .Judge Robinson's view of the Marshall Decision is an eye opener. no longer be aroused ; the issues of a past generation will not now control public senti ment. Modern, progressive and business issues have taken the place of deinagaguery and hate blind unreasoning prejudice. Only light it out on this line for the next year and the battle is won. Political Jteview A Bright Outlook for the Varty In Missouri. lly Thu. J. AVIm. Co). Ingcrsol once said, "The time to be happy is now, and the place to be happy is here." "While this statement may be questioned in fact, yet when applied to the SUI'RI.MU JULH1U ROUINSON ON TUB MARSHALL DI-CISION. "Tho refusal of the Supreme court to permit an eximation and compari son of the ballots with the registra tion lists in the city of St. Louis is nothing more or less than ajudicial pardon in advance of a criminal act, ....I'il I ..! Ht 1 11 Uven with Kansas Citv, St. Louis, St. ,,,,,,,,,m """ ' wm 11 H0"'" . doe ami the Supreme Court under its ! "M'"""" tist be redeemed and the time thumb the Democracy or Missouri is play-, of "j" lv,,l!,"l,,i UM bo next election." ing a lost game. ; Vitt'iy is in the air. The party is ready j for the battle which promises the long In building up a farm a farmer naturally , '""'""J for triumph. The present national 'devotes more of his time to the waste palccs i"hiiinisration one of the most popular in than he docs to the most fer-1 1,1L' s,.v of civilization. All foreign and! I'"' i,SiHW that it is a palpable outrage. tilespots. Such should be t liu ; tlo,nL'M' problems that spread doubt over! might say this, that it is beyond my under natural course in politics. Wo ,no ''I"- ' the people in the campaigns of standing how there can be a "secret ballot" should work the places harder until thev 'WW i"d ISMMI have practically been settled l"s annouced in that opinion. I have said a iiapicai. nr.i'Ainrui: a six'iurr nt.u'n. "The action of the court was so radi cally different from what.it lias been in simi- cascs that it is a palpable outrage. I WASTB PLACBS. come fertile. The Political Review the place and Sept. suggests St. land tome satisfaction of at least iority of thinking, patriotic citizens. REPUBLICAN EDITORS. ."We second there. Louis as Mill as the time for meeting of the Republican editors of Missouri. In both the place and the time we most heartily concur. the motion. You will llnd us Ah the time draws nearer for flic approach ing campaign would it not bo well to take a view of the Held and get o- CANlilDATES.(,iwl ; (0 lll)p,mi.llinf, tionV Only men of sterling integrity, of splendid business capacity, public spirited ami devoted first to the peo ple and then to the party should he chosen. The day of the narrow guage politician has passed We now have room only for the broad minded, fair, honest man who will serve the people and not his party alone when nlected. ' a maj-Vguin- aldo is no longer compared to the Father of our Country; the ghost of imperialism which existed only in the imagination of the this to the other members of the court, and I will say it again. "There are dozens of precedents, yes, hundreds of them, in the records of the court, which show that ballot boxes have disordered brain of politicians, and was used j been opened and the ballots compared witli as a scare crow to rnghlen the timid, has! the polling lists. It's no new tiling by any disappeared. The admirers of the rebellious means and I can not for the world see how chieftain have grown beautilly less since lie the court can reconcile its action in this case lias been taken in charge by Uncle Nun. I with its rulings in the other cases, liallot I he free silver queen has been dethroned;! boxes have been opened in many counties of lianks are loaded with the best money in the the State and the results certilled to the world; fanners arc reaping a harvest of re- court in a legal manner, .lust why St. inunerative prices; labor is well paid and Louis should be discriminated against I can furnished steady employment; mines and 'not understand. There is no such thing as factories are musical with the hum of in(lus-!n secret fraud that I know permitted by try. These are some of the object lessons law." that are daily furnished the American pco-ii'in: only mktiiop ok iiktiktinci ritAUp. pie. 'Hie people of Missouri are sensible,' "And, again, tlje court oiders the elec patriotic and progressive. They can never) tion commissioners to open the ballot boxes again bo persuaded to join the sorrowful, and inspect, the ballot under the pro proeession that ' inarches only to the Slid i nor seereev. vet. it. refuses nermissiim !. nmn. dirge of despondency. , ,WP0 tilea0 mU)lti wt, tlle registration lists. Rut how to win Missouri is the question These registration lists are conveniences. that concerns every Itepublican in the State. : Thev amincd at any time by the public. The com parison of the ballots in those boxes is the only method by which the fraud may be discovered and the result of the election ac curately determined. Any other opinion than that I think, is based onpartisajslup. Sllim OUT AX IIUXTST nAI.MT. '"When will it stop? It will give them unlicensed away over the lmllot boxes of the city of St. Louis. It'sji game to con trol certain tilings which can bedone only by making the city of St. Louis Democrat ic. You go to a polling place on election day and (hid a man standing by you. Ah votes your name and you are told that you have voted, anil there is no resoursc. What will be the result? It simply shuts out an honest ballot, which is the foundation prin ciple of the government." A IMIUTICAIi SCIIKMi: 1IKIIINI) IT. "There is something brewing in Demo cratic politics in this State, and to carry it through it is necessary for them to have al sjlute control of the city of St. Louis. Somebody is making nominations and com binations in advance of the next election. If St. Louis is lost there is danger that the State will go Republican, and they can't af ford to have such a thing as that happen. I don't know what it is, hut if you read be tween the lines you can see that some great scheme is being worked." A ItnVKIISAIi ok Tin: OPINION ( ON INC. "The opinion of the court cant stand. I saw it coming sometime before it was de cided. A similar case from the city of Springllelil paved the way for the decision readied in the St. Louis cae. It was u prepcratiou for the opinion rendered by the Supreme. Court in the St. Louis case. There was no justification in the refusal of the court to permit the comparison of the ballots with the registration lists. The next thing you will see is a reversal of thai opinion. The letters of Mr. .liaison in the Republic indicate that a modification of the Supreme Court ruling may bo e-iected. There are other indications that the court, will go back upon itself.". AJt'DlCIAI. r.YHPONlN ADVANCE "The refusal of the court to permit an examination and comparison of the ballots witli the registration lists is nothing more than u judicial excuse, a judicial pardon in advance of a criminal act. That is all-" The Political Review. Bx'Uov. Steph ens In Boon vllle Advertiser. The papers tell us that Dockery, Stone and cook had a meeting at the executive man sion recently which lasted from" 8 p. in. to 2 a. m. .Nothing was said, so .he story goes, f concerning Pertlo Springs convention, these party movements, tliu successors to Vest and Cockrell, or about any political subject whatever. After this six hours' bombardment, Dockery may be expected to carry his car to the St. Louis aurist for repairs. If a bright newspaper reporter like Rrokineycr or Carpenter had been present, and hud taken it down be tween the winks and the smiles what was not said, but understood, it would make mighty interesting reading. Col. Alexan der York is still C'MtJI'lliri'd ill MU'pntitmr nit ' I the egg-shells from the mansion library? ami I even Cook is unable to decide who carried on tlie nine ribbon m this first battle for advantage. HARMONY. One of the most pleasant things to. contem plate in political life in Missousi is the har mony in the Republican- ranks. Once in a wl.lli. ie ambitious editor draws an idea that a fight U 0I, onry to (imi it a false alarm. The lonsr-whided. rattle-bniiiu.il' ii.,ii..:.i.. .1 ...Ml . ' . . ..I'm mu ll! win soon run mpi.iI soon Do replaced liv n ..i..l i...... , , , . v " 't imiii lintidiwl ii.. il ... ' C3 are public property and may be cx- j ti-,V iwny wrath nnSWHP tH Subscribe For Tlie Tribune, All The News All The Time.