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THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.
VOL. 10 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1901. NO. 11. May a Happy, Prosperous Year Be The Portion Of All. '4 Missouri Democracy Convicted. Mr. Cnnhvoll sold ttint tho lobby of Jefferson Clly owned the Demo crntlo Stote Central Committee. Tho Kcpubllo sold Mr. Cnrdwell was a liar. Mr. Cordwell sued tho Republic for libel. Depositions wore token (or tho plnlntlft. Tho plaintiff proved his cobc, proved thnt corporations coughed up money for campaign expenses, proved Hint In cosnldcrntlon of such coughing, members of tlio Statu C'ommlttc' lobbied against bills In fnvor of corporations. Tho men who collected tho money for tho Stnto Commlttco nnd who lobbied In tho Interest of tho cor porations woro tho tnnio, Tho Chairman of tho Stnto Commlttco wns to bo called upon to depose ns to tho fncts, when, n mysterious "Mr. Drown" pops up nt lCnnsns City, pnys plnlutllT Cnrdwell n sum estimated nt from 8,50U to $7,500, nnd Mr. Cnrdwell dismisses his suit against tho ltcpublle. Thnl nowspnper denies thnt It Au thorized nny ono to settle, thu suit for It. Tho deduction Is plnln thnt tho money wiih pnld ( Mr. Cnrdwoll by "Mr. Ilrown" to snvo tho pnrly. Tho ncllon enmn too Into to snvo thu pnrty. It enmo Just In tlmo to convince everyone thnt tho pnrty wns wilting to put up nny sum rnther tlinn hnvo tho Commlttco Chnlrmnn go upon tho stand nnd tell tho truth. Tho pay ment to Cnrdwell wns simply n plcn of guilty to tho chnrgo thnt tho Stnto Commlttco wns tho pnld tool of the corporntlons nil tho time It wns pressing n campaign to redttco corporntlons to their normnl Inllucnco nnd to keep them out of politics. Tho Commlttco boodlcrs simply stood n shnko down from Cnrdwell nnd gnvo him whnt ho cnllcd n "dignified sum." Cnrdwell blnckmollcd tho boodlcrs becnuso ho hnd them on tho hip, nnd lio mndo them glvo up nfter ho hnd exposed them to such nn ex tent thnt nny further exposure wns almost unncccssnry. Tho Hoodlo Stnto Committee confessed through "Mr. Ilrown." Tho wholo State, tho wholo country knows that tho trusted mnnngcrs of tho null-trust ami nntl-monopoly pnr ty In Missouri only used their po sitions to make themselves useful to trusts nnd monopolies ns lobby ists. Tho infamous Cardwell not only mado Ills case, but ho mndo It by tho confessions of lending Democrats that ho hnd nccuscd, and then tho leuding Dcmocrnts get together nnd buy off Cnrdwell bo that no more testimony will bo taken. This method of choking oil investigation Is sublimely dnr ing. It Is tho usunl Missouri method, tho motto of which Is "keep tho fncts from tho people" And tho Democrntlo press of tho StntowlU keep as quiet as Card well since ho received his "digni fied sum." And then tho self convicted loaders, speaking of tho effect of tho wholo Cnrdwell affair, say "Pshaw, It will only bring thu Dcmocrnts out of tho woods on election day to roll up a bigger majority than ovor." Was over such contemptuous cynicism heard boforo, oven from Iugals or Mark llanna? Tho pcoplo of Missouri will rally around tho men who sold thorn out .ind held up tho corporations! Tho pcoplo will turn out stronger than ovor to ap provo of tho crooks In chargo of tho party organization 1 Tho peo ple In the woods aro going to show thoy aro pround of their lend ers being shown up ns boodlcrs and lobbyists! Would nny other people1 outside Pennsylvania, stand such an imputation? Tho crooked party-loaders snoor in tho faces of honest mon nnd openly glory in tho shame, that they act ually hnd to pay blackmail to sup. press tho truth. Tho party lend ers count on Democrats of Missou ri caring moro for tho word De mocracy than decency. Tho boss es oxpect tho pcoplo to npprovo openly of hypocrisy, frnud, lobby ing, boodllng, blnckmnll and com promising lnwsults by bribery. Tlio Under of thu Stnto Commlt tco boldly buy tho sllcnco of wit nesses ngnlnst them nnd nctunlly think It n lino stroke of policy. It Is n poso equal to thnt of tho samo lenders on tho subject of tho discrepancies In tho State's book keeping. Tho charges nro not to bo met. Thoy nro to be choked off. Those who are possessed uf Information against the pnrty mnnngement sro openly fixed, just ns tho books nro llxed by tho ns sumption of receipts nnd expendi tures thnt tho hooks do not show. Mlssourlnns nro so ignorant, tho lenders sny In effect, thnt they won't know nny better. Mlssou rlnns nro such chumps thnt thoy will bellovo thnt Cnnlwcll got a dlgulllcd sum to save tho party. Poor Ignornnl "pukes," tho Mls sourlnns will not bo nblo to see thnl tho lenders divvied" on their "graft" with Cnrdwell In order thnt thoy might continue In lend ship nnd In grafting. Tho conclu sion of tho Cnrdwell case proves everything alleged against tho Democrntlo ring. It proves thnttho Stnto Ccntrnl Commlttco nctunlly sold every Legislature, oven be fore Its meeting, to tho corpor ations. t prove thnt n llttloelliUo In tho Stnto Central Committee got tho money and then used Its party to furnish thn service In con sideration of which the money wns given. It shows thnt Mlssou rlnns' llrynnlsm wns n blunder buss to forco tho qunslptihliu cor porations to disgorge money for protection. It shows how honest Democrats of Missouri were trad ed upon nnd sold out by n lol of thieves and traitors In tho most responsible party positions. If tho honest Democrats of Missouri will stand such lenderslilp, thoy nro tho most contemptible crcnt urcs under the sun. If tho Dcmo crnts of Missouri will swallow n plen thnt tho sclf-convlcted nnd sclf-rnnsoini'd victims of blnck mnll stnnd for Democrntlo princi ples, tho Dcmocrnts of Missouri nro tho vilest suckers on enrtli. Tho Cnrdwell case, from start to finish, proves that tho Democrntlo machine Is corrupt to tho very heart. It proves thnt the loudest shrlckcrs ngalnst monopoly wcro Its filthiest pnld tools. It shows that tho Statu nnd tho people nnd tho corporntlons and tlio pnr ty hnvo been sold out nnd robbed In every concelvAblo fnshlou by a few men nt tho hend of aflnlrs who hnvo dictated all pnrly action from nominations to legislations. If tho decent Democrats do not turn out tho gang thnt has dono all theso Infamies, to tho dis grace of tho party nnd tho Stnto well, they deserve such crooks for lenders, such liars, hyocrltcs, thieves and traitors. Stnto Re publican. Final Settlement. Nottco Is hereby given that I will, ns administrator of J. II. Hunter, deceased, mnko final set tlement of estate nt tho January term 1002 of Probate Court of of Montgomery county State of Mo. WM. I.ICIITB, Administrator. Montgomery' Military Company Lieutenant Colonel C. W. Holtcamp, of St Louis, will bo In Montgomery this (Friday) oven- ing to Inspect and muster in the i tho Montgomery Nntlonnl Guard 1 Company. Tho compnny will J meet at Gardncr.s Hall nt 7 o'clock If tho compnny goes through nl right it will bo .jul to nn advcrtlso- ment for Montgomery City, and will bo a nlco thing for tho young I men of tho community. Prof. J. W. IJarlcy and wife, of Mevico, are spending tho holidays with home folks nt this place WASHINGTON -LETTER. From Hemilnr Correspondent. Washington, December 23, 1001. Although tho statement comes neither from thn President nor from Secretary (lagc, thnt there will lio n now Secretary of tho Treasury In Hie Immediate future Is virtually nn nssured fact. Thero hnvu been numcrour rumors to this effect over slnco Mr. Hooeveld be come President, but tho Informa tion now comes from sources so close to tho Whlto Mouse thnt thero Is no room for doubt as to Its authenticity. Mr. Ongo himself has heretofore emphatically de nied that ho hnd nny Intention of resigning, but when seen yester day, lie merely refuses to deny or ntlllrm tho rumor and It Is known thnt tho President has spoken to several of the party leaders of tho probnbllly of his having to select a successor. Tho only names Hint have been mentioned for tho port folio, so far, aro Colonel Myron T. Iterrlck of Cleveland, president of tho American Hankers' Associa tion nnd Hon. T. Jefferson Cool Idgo of Iloston, ex-minister to Prance. Tho latter Is regarded as most likely to recelvu nn offer of the position. The appointment of Mr. Henry C. Payne, uf Wisconsin, to suc ceed Mr. Charles Kmory Smith as l'oslinastcr-Ocncral Is regarded as a most happy selection. Mr. Payne, In addition tob-lng a close friend of tho President, has hndnn eminently successful career ns a business innu and tins been for some years a politician, but has m ver been tho subject of tho slightest criticism even by his political ene mies. Ills exceptionally capable management of tho post-olllco of Milwaukee has given him an In sight Into tho duties of his new ofllcc and his grent executive abil ity will lit hi in for tho manage ment of tho vast business machine tho Post-Ofllco Depnrtmenl has grown to be. Ho Is known to fn vor penny postage. Thero have been numerous oth ers rumors of Cabinet chnngos, but they nppenr to bo pure specu lation. It Is said thnt Sceretnry Long will bo tho next to resign, but the rumor Is based merely on the fact that tho Sccctnry, In con versation with friends, has ox pressed solicitude for his law bus iness which ho fears Is suffering from his compulsory Inattention. Fow people realize thnt, npnrt from tho honor, which is not nl wnys unnlloycd, tho acceptance of a Cabinet portfolio Is accompani ed by mnuy sacrifices. It Is Im possible, oven by tho most rigid economy, for n Cabinet minister to llvo with his salary, A mem ber of President Harrison's cabi net, whoso tnstcs woro most sim ple nnd who occupied a resldcnco entirely unsuitable for tho enter tainments ho wns combclled to give, told mo that his annual ex penses exceeded his snlnry by W.OOO per year nnd a member of Mr. McKlnlcy's cnblnct placed the amount at $3,000 per year. From a business standpoint, thero Is no future to n Cabinet position and politically, It Is regarded as a "graveyard". Many pcoplo bellovo that Secre tary Hay will resign In the not dis tant future, but I nm told on ex cellent authority thnt ho will do so only In enso his physlclnn strongly ndvlsos it nnd that tho President Is most anxious that ho shoul d remain. It Is certain, un less tho most unforscen circum stances should occur, thero will bo no othor changes unless It bu In tho protfollo of tho Interior. As a matter of fuct, however, Mr". Itooscvclt Is unintentionally and unconsclouely setting n pneo which many of tho elderly goutlc mcn who compose his Cabinet find I a llttlp trying. "I have just como from n Cabinet meeting nnd I am n Ilttlo breathless", snld ono of Ihcm reconly. "Wo nil ndmlro tho President's youthful energy nnd hnvo tho highest regard for him, but, unfortunately for us old fel- lows, tho pace ho sets Is a Ilttlo trying. It makes us very breath jfnss. Thero aro several of us who inlwnys leave n Cabined meeting I pouting." Till' CHRISTMAS THIJH. School llntcrtalnment. Our public school gave an enter tainment last Friday night In tho chapel of the South building In which pupils of tho different grades took part. On account of tho severe weather, some who TRUSTEE'S SALE. Wtirrrss. tlis J. V. MllUm Moras Com lny, s corporation .Inly nrnanlrjil mid lilliiX uiitlrr Hit Inwaot tdrSlntrnf Ml.. aonrl, dy III rrrtaln ilfr.lof Im.l d.lnt Ibt first itay of Stptrmdrr, bill, ami rrrordid In tl.e Itrronlrr't olu il Jtimlgnmrry rniinly. .Mlnniirl, In Honk .I't, at page 11, . a. , ii ft, i-Miiirjru it. .iiprii 'i ,.iiiii,nii, iiu.irr. "V "' ... "iii. (niinwlnir ilr.ftH.nl rral rltalr , allll. their places were lllled by subsll-air hi Ids Omul) of 'loiilsmiirri.iin.isiala lutes and no serious break could ' Ml.nirl. t.. li bo noticed In the well arranged! program. Tho "Santa Clause Canlntn" it wns Prlnco Albert who Intro- presented by Mrs. MeCnnno'a pu. duced tho Christmas tree Into ,,11. f t, Nth L'rndo wns a verv England, nnd over slnco then It j appropriate selection for tho oc-l hns been nn honored Institution In casloa , showed thorough prop- ino miccns ensues. Altnougn till) arnl Ion ,v llielr Imp her. jp'ipulnrlty of tho fnmoiis tree In I Tho recitation bv Miss draco this country dates from Prince AI- ()uplon wns a humorous "lake berfs Introduction, It wns not nd-'oiT" on the different church do holulcly unknown here, for (Jueen nominations told In tho language wiariott.?, tho consort or Oeorgo,f r,, rm brcakmnn. Tim; 1 1 .. hflil f I, In remlln rli" nfnrtM'iirt.' II it .-t..i n I r j . ... . immune" grciui.v iipprccinicii mo either nt lliicklnhnm pnlnco or nt ) iccllnllon and Miss (Irneo added Kow. "It was hung,"snysn court much to her popularity ns a Indy of that," with presents for tho 1 speaker. children who were Invited lo seel "Just lleforn Christmas" wns It nnd I well remember the pleas- ' well recited by Master Wilder uroltwas to hunt for one's own Hudson ns wcro tho selections by name, which wnsstirolo doalluek- Master Karnest Hudson and WU ed lo one or other of (ho pretty i nbeth llrnndt i Supt. lllggliiN sustained his rep ! Doubtless thu Christmas tree lsttoll humerour speaker by jofClormnn orlglu.tliough Its an-1 presenting "Mv Friend Dngan" I clout prototype was ipilto unllkoWheh received 'such a hourly en itho modern specimen. Tho trco core that ho was compelled t'o give I which thu old-f Ioniums cherished n second selection. ! during tho Yulopeaco festival was' M.H Nelllo Hudson and Miss In honor of llerchtn uoddess of , r,,rli, v,.,.i .l.,il,.i,i...i ii, spring; and subsequently, after1 enea with ihoii o piano nnd vlo the Introduction of Chrlstlnnlty In- u selections which the nudlenco! I to Oermany, much of symbolism greatly Appreciated. thnt hnd clustered nbout It was ' Tho llluh School orchestral transferred to tho Christmas tree. I which been mo tho emblem of eter-, rendered some very excellent' 'mil spring, nnd Its prensonts n re- nmslo and added much to tho! iminoeroiinomosi priceless ot nil ,.njymm,t ( tho evening. 1..I1... mi I " gum. i. limes. I lie proceeds nmouuthd to nli, ml Kill Oil ..I.I..I. ...III. II... .... !eellits fif thn nthnr niili.rlaliiitii.iil I urameu 10 .Missouri inventors , (hp donation by Mr. Manly LIST 01' PA'I HNTS II- Tlir rpllonrliiK Ir.rfllifil lots nr par rel, uf griitimti Mill nil imitniiirnt iHrri'iin.rniilnliilnit ini "! flfiiinnne litiiiilrMllIi. srrr., mnrr nr Icmi bring llirrs.t lillfnf Urn rot I. nil iif til" noillirs.t iilsi ler of Hut i.inllicnM rjusr trr of .rrllon nil, hi ToMii.lifp 1U. soilli, or rsinii' S, wr.l. In nlil Xlmilri Ii rr County, ImiuihImI i follomi It nli nliiK t II" noitlii-s.l rnlhrr ol t s niitlirs.t iiurlrr of Klili'i'il'n W, tlii'iirr wr.t In Jiiilnl nn I lis nm ' Ii tins nt Mlil utillirl itiflrr, n illstsnrs nrr.ll frrl sml S Inrlir.lo tlir itoittir..! r.iim r of n trn arts Marl l Uml S'l.lril In II. i' Talr (Iniiinil." In r.ir iIip nir w nls klip ll'april Irnrkt llirnrr .i.lllli alnnif tlio ra.l llnr of .alii I rill .iliillimi In kalil Kalr llriniiiiU ' In n f..liit tlis north llr nl Hip tatnliiil lti rr. ami on Mis .otllti llltn of tlir nollli lutt nl .al, .nlillira.t ituitrr nrsi'i'lfuil .'III llitnrr ra.t Ml lirl anil Inn l.nlii. aloiiK Ihr iimlli llnr nl lil Hmtrr In tlis .oiulira.t rmnrrtil Ids nntlli lialf nfa.lil .onllir.t.l Mllallrr nf i rllou II): llirnrn imilh l.'l'll In t i His il.ri ul hrnlnnliiif. Whirl, .alii rtinis)aiiro ivji inula in Iru.l to utiiis Hit i.)iiii nl oln n italn iroinl.,ory nuts In ..III tnil ilrnl tie .rillinl, anil nlirrra. ilrlanll Ita. linn mails In tlir ia)inriil nf.aiil mils anil l!i aanir I. now ilnr ai il (lajalilr, ami wlirlra. .alii Jo., ii M !omivai Una. Ire llamnlln aalit 1 1 II. I ilrdl lias I, fll.iil tnrxrciilr .alii trn.i ami ulirita.llip l lunll l.'niiM nl .MinilKiimriy l i linly, Mliiiirl, at ll iruntar Nnlriiil.M, I0.it Irrtiii at tlis I lly ot Monliiiiiiiriy,aiiit mi .Nuiruilirl rl, Kail, illil Ii) unlrr rn. Irlnl il trrolil, aimllil llir limlrt.lili. ml C'ornrlliia I.. Cl.ll, a. trtitlrs In rx rriilmlir trn.i aloii.alil In tlir plrcs ami atrail or Hie aslil .ln.rili M. llnno. van.aml I, I lis 1.1 (.'oinrlin. I Clilk, hats ilnly inalllril aa lllrh llll.lrr. Now, Ihrrrlorr, at His rr.ir.l of lli;ir. Ifal dndlrrnf andl nolr. ami liy vlrlurnf Ids irolilon oT ..lit lintl iliril, anil aalil ntiJrrwfroDit rntrtnl of trrorJ aa aforraalil. I will mi Monday January 6th, I vol, lialwrrii llir limir. of hlnr u'rlnrk In Die liil.iio'in ami lln ii'rlnrk In Ids allrrnoon nl Idat ilay, at tlis Iron! ilonrof tdsCnurt llnn.n In llir I'lly ol MnnlKimirry, Mont. Kouirry (,'oiint), MI.miiiiI, .HI at nidllr rmliis to tdr dUdr.t lilililrr lor r,li,lli alsiis ilr.rrldril rral r. lair to aall.ly .alii , this week, rcjiortcd by C. A. Snow Hudson, of y,S.fi0 swelled the W,' ,mul" Horneys, Wash- l,rnry fund to something over liigton, D. (J. H F. Carter, St. i$r.00 this year. ; Louis, Cardurcter. M. A. Colton, j Kansas City, Hemming Ongo. T. llomcscckcrs Hxctir.tlons C'onwny, Kansas City, Horse-shoo.! On tho 1st nnd Ilrd Tuesdnys of O. It. Ford, St. Louis. Holler (encli month tho Union Paelllo It. Clenner. S. W. flrnves. MePnll ' It. will llllllrn snnel ill lnur rnlnu nt I Atch. for vehicles. C.O.Hartung, ono fnro plus S'J.OO for thu round "IdMn".'; "'" r","""M"", oi. i.uiiis, .)iiiHiug corrugnicu .trip irom ri. i.ouis nun Knnsns 'glnss. A. Hnr.elton, Vandnlla, fur-'to principal western points. For' naco door opener. W. K. John- ! rates and further Information nib son, Juplln, Crusher. A. C. Lok- ' dress i.r, Knnsns City, Flnsh light lamp. ' J. II. Lotiiiioi', lien. Agt. ;W. II. Lyman, Springfield, Mn-' INO Ollvo St., St. Louis, Mo. 'ehlno for cultlvnllng orchards. J. j s,.a ten ccntH In slnmtis for ....i. ,.m.iiii, ri. Ji.sepn, iempieit!(),,y 0f u, Southern Paelllo rleo C.niNM.ins I.. Cl.aliK.Tiii.lrs. WABASH TIMETAULIi. WCM'I IIIII'M, for tho mnnufactnro of cuffs. F. cook dook, containing two hiiu D.Saylor, St. Louis. Flro protect-"dred receipts address as ndovo. (or for telephone cables. O. F. htcndmnn, St. Louis, Pncunintlo Hoist. For ents sontl ten cents In postngo stamps with date of this paper to C. A. Snow k Co. Washington, D. C. I Want Three l:nrm copy of nny of abovo ,mt. . ' vo c.iHtonicrs for three farms, .end ten cents In postngo l""" "l Wi, ll" 130 TrrH' """ f,,r 80 ncres una ono tor l Ml Acres, all within I miles of Montgomery nnd improved. C. L. Cl.AnK. Wabash Low Rates. Homo-Seekers Excursion tick ets will bo sold tho 1st and.lnd Tuesdays In November nnd De cember to the Territories and many of tho states for ono plus two dollars. faro Money to Loan. From $300 to $50,000, at S 1-2 per com, lor ten years. Payments as low as $20 can bo made a tony time. Interest payments April 1st of ach year. Western money. A. Klall'INSKY, Ileal Estate & Loan Agent, 8-M-Ct Wcllsvlllo, Mo. To Farmers Or thoso wanting hoy, wo aro making a specialty of Prairie and Alfalfa hny. When In need of corn soo us beforo buying. Ovkuhtukct & Nunnki.lv. Cnpt. Abo Kemplnsky, of Wells vlllo, has recently secured pensions for thu following parties t HIehnrd Shndwcll, Philip Bowcis, Mrs. Mary Fry and W. D. Clare. Tho band boys wont down nnd played for tho entortnlumrnt ot Now Florono Monday night. Tlio train didn't stop and tho boys pur chased tie tickets nnd nfter nbout two hours spent Incoming ties, ar rived homo all O. K. Itev. C. C. Long, who has been stopping with his uncle, C. A. Mltchel, for a week, left for Plko Co. Tuesday to unlto a couple in the holy bonds of matrimony. Miss Connie Damoron, who Is attending tho Stalo Normal at Klrksvillo, camo down last Satur- ! day. to spend holidays with homo folks. Miss Veo Darlo v, who Is atto nd Ing college at Mexloo, camo down last Saturday to spend tho holl IdayB with homo folk's. A, rum, :i' in 7:il p in 7:.M . in S.a1 i in S:Kii m Mi m Iji.-.I iMlam I IS a in I I is a in lli:l m I" (Ap in I, . al. in nil a m luuloa in II. 14 a in 12 M i in 1 J;V i in 1'iti. Ht. 1,'iiila Tihiani .InnraliiirK, .HUH a in lllxd lllll litis a in New flirnrrli::il m Montiiomrry .10:1 a in Wrll.villn Ii:tn at in KAHTIIIIt'NIi I'a.a. Arrom, Wrllullls . .3.-J7 p in iiOTai.i MonlKoinrry ...IMilpni TiDiam Naw l.lorrncr 1:00 p in s.odalii lllxd lllll lllll ilil SOU a m Jonradnrc . . .li'i'J m sil n in HI. Irfiul DM ii in llilu a in TAHT TIIAINS. Writ llolinu' l.ra Ht.l.imli l.ravo Moniiroirtry, .i in 11:41 a.m. 1. 1 10 p.m. 1:30 p. hi oft lOMftp it; a. in. Rait lluiluil, lr MonlKOinery, Arilrr In St. I.mil.. IbMp.in Ola. in, 3.&I-, mm. .. .. -MMa,Ul, iOi a. in...... ;.ia, m 3;I0 p. in ....! p.m. I!. II. Caru ilitn, Edward Poveler camu down last week from Chlllcotho, where ho Is nttondlng school, tospond tho hol idays with home folks. Pinal Settlement. Notice Is hereby given that I will ns administrator of tho estnto of A. P, Oliver decensed mnko final settlement of said estate at tho January (1002) term of Proboto Court of Montgomery County Statu of Missouri. Sahaii Catiihink Oi.ivku. Administratrix. Squire Pace wns tho guoiit relatives In Wellsvllle Sunday. Thero aro few nllmeiits so un comfortablo as piles, but thoy can easily bo cured by using Tnblcr's Hurkoyo Pile Ointment. Itellcf follows Its use, and nny ono suffer ing from Piles can not nITord to neglect to glvo It a trial. Price, COc, of . In bqttlcs, tubes 75 els At City i JJrug Mtoro '.1