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OF 1K- IMiblinliiMl livery Friday. TtrtMS: $1.50 PtR YEAR IN ADVANCE A I-.eatUiisf Democratic Journal IIull.s Cleveland as anKiic- I ol Ifitt Piirfv. j From Hie Alliaii) iN. V. (Tunis, "n-iu. 1IUUV.NS & CUKItY, IMiblislie.r.s. j There U one tremendous question . j agitating the lunula of the Democratic i masses now, which the Deiuoctatic Friday, AiiguM, 17, 1SN. i Our Creed. We lirllevr In a rn-o lulli't ami in li.ivinx -v-ery o(p i-omiti-d. V Ih'Iii'Vh hi prnt.s-Moii forprotis-tion's sake anil we nl aslianit'l of ft. UV li.li.-o in al.oiMiin;; internal Ues fro.it--t! for n.ir iurpo-.-s. We lii'l ve in I In- din-it iiroti-t-lion of Aini-r-ic.in lalior.n-aliist i-ln'.ip fon-i;u labor. W'e In-lii'vi- in free int.-rn.il .-oinp.-titiou. We Im-Iii-vp in railroad regulation. We l-elieve in lioim-sti-atl all rimmI home ite.ul titles for c-itiens. We lr.-Iieve ill Iioiik! rule for bis ami intelli gent territories. Wo ln-ln-ve In a ilonMe moiietarr tamlarl. We relieve in tiie utmost f.'.cilUli- for educa lioti :ls worth all tliercun oust. Wo Relieve ill a lug nn-reliant marine ami in American sliip;ir.I. We lielieve in a ;oo.l navy, trood roast de fenses anil koihI uater rmites for ruinim-rce. We lielieve m niakinz otlier nations respect our right-, and pay forallther get from in. We lirllevi! In protecting American citizens against foreign into r Terence, not only at home, lint In anv part of the world. We heliete th.it nothing Is ton good for the soldiers ho risked their lives to save thecomi try, anil satd It. NATIONAL TICKET. For 1'resiilent, r.E.v.1 ami x ii Ai:i;iso., of Indiana. For Viee-rn-sident. i.kvi r. iiii:t().n, of Xew Vork. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For :oein-r. Kl.I!i:i!T K. KI.MII.VI.U of Nevada. For lieutenant l.ovei-nor. liEOIillK II. WAl.l.Aff, of Ilimard County. For Secretary of State, F. W. MOTT, of St. Iionis. For TreaMir r. A. It. FKOWKIX. of Henry County. For Auditor. nKOUCK W. .MAI'TIV, of Linn County. For Attone-v ('.eneral. I. I.. iii;Iik;i:s, of Sedali.1. For I.Vgistor of Land, JOI1X II. CIIASE, ol Iron County. For ltaiirn.nl Commissioner, Ii. W. VF.IHIKi:, of Seilalia. For Supreme .fudjre. JAMES HOTSFCIKI), of Kansas City. It would not be surprising if Oro-yer Cleveland weie defeated m Xew York this year by figures as laige as those which put biiu info the gubernatorial office. Albany Journal. That is to say, by about 193,000 plurality. Iiepublicans out this way will uot grumble much if the plurality Against htm is only 50J000. Maciieth & Co-.chimner-glttss- man ufacturers, of Pittsburg, Pa., propose to remove their works to ISelgium. One reason given is, the constant disturbance to the trade of late by workingrucn's strikes. Another is that they can manufacture so much more cheaply in Belgium that they can pay the present duty and yet under sell the American made goods in the American market. It this does ncS prove the need of a protectirc tariff tor the American industries, what proof is needed? We would rather vote for an ex-Con federate than for au c. Copperhead. We would rather vote lor a man who fought lor his couyiciions, even though he was in the wroug, than for one who had no convictions for which to fight and who was too cowardly to fight for any thing even when the Nation's life was at stake. We would never bu guil ty of supporting for the presidency a man who took no interest in the great struggle tor the preservation of the Union, and who did not seem to care whether the country went to ruin or not so long as he could keep his cow ardly carcass out nf reach of the bayo- iiels and bullets. leaders are not cuusldciing as inuun us tbey ebould, and which they will prou- I ably not consider when it is presented to them, i he question is line: Would the surrender oi Democratic cuprcina y in the uaiion, repiestuieu as it now is, be any worse llian the c-ud:seraent at the polls of a great free trade scheme ol which the end cannot be tcea? The Democratic aduiiiustialion of three ycais and a hall, by an executive who was chosen somewhat lccuu:e ol bis voluntaiy i enunciation of a continuance in power throught u second term, has not strengthened the i-aity s much as even tiie pendency of a schcruc to les sen protection has weakened it. There is little hope that the Democrats would increase their strength as a party four years hence by their su- cess now in le elccting Mr. Cleveland. As his ad m in itiation already has served to weaken the party, his second administration would be merely a tour years' continu ance of that weakening i roccss. He had some devoled champion ol the true principles of the party, some loved and trusted .eider, in whose fi delity and wisdom the paity could even blindly tiust, and whom it could follow with no question of his steadfa-tness to principle, the message on which the campaign has been made to turn might haye been accepted, though nioie prob ably it would (hen have not been offer ed. Hut that I lie whole fuiurc of the pally should be wagered on a test, which he presented appaicntly for no reason other than to force his own re nomination (with a tiust iu luck for success at the polls afterwaid), is not an invitation to faiihlul Democrats to aid in his re-election to much as it is a warning of the risks the patty is heie after to suffer at his hands. There is no doubl in any Fane man's mind that the election of Mr Cleve land in the coming fall would be an in limalinn and on (he surface a logical evidence that the Democratic parly is opposed to the principle of protection, and with that stigma and butden upon it, it would cot be ab'c again to elect anotner president, lite queMinn in myriads of Democratic mtiids is one of this very he. oic character: Would it not be better tor the parly, in all fatuie time, that it slmuld by its votes this fall punounce in Ihe must decided terms against the ruinous policy of the presi dent, and vindicate its principles as :i parly of protection to labor and home industries. C-A-UTIOILSr Is All Excellent Quality In Man or Woman. Many persons are exercising it by calling and making purchas es from one of the largest stocks of goods ever brought to Holt County. Our new stock of LOTH, ITS d mil d Mil Are now being placed on our counter and we invite inspec tion. We can give you Prices That Win. And you will be correspondingly happy. OlfEfl SEQEf, NEW POINT, MO, 'The Prohibition Issue And The Pre.seut Campaign. tToledo Blaile. There arc a great many interests and causes that demand woik for their suc cess or perpetuity. Each has its prop er lime tor consideration. While in temperance is a giant evil, there are other evils which demand the efforts of the people for their suppression. H bile it is a burning question with thousands and tens ol thousands of the citizens of the United States, it does not follow W HAT AILS YOU?! Do you feel dull, languid. low-spirited, lifp letw, and indeKrriliahly mi.-f mtjl. Ixith physi cally anil mentally; experience a sense ol fullness or liloatintr after eating, or of "gone ness," or rmptmcss of stoniaeli in tho morn injr, tontrii roatcsl, latter or bail taste iu 111!!! n i i i I i i i i i a r DO YOU WANT A FENCE? IF SO, 8END FOR NATIONAL WIRE & IRON CO'S Illustrated Catalogue Detroit. Mich Wrought Iron Fences, Roof Cresting, Jail Work, Wire Signs, Bank& Office Railing, Window Guards, Wire Lathing and every description of Wire Work. MORE THAN NINE-TENTHS of tho Spices and Condiments used are adulterated. To introduce Pure Spices into every home, wo nro sending au over the country (charges paid) onr "PURITY" tbrand SPICE BOXES, con- toining foil weight, quarter pound can each of ground Allspice, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger, Pepper and Mustard, Sent byWil (or express) to any address in tho U. S or Canada, upon receipt of price ($2.00). Address, MARKELL BROTHERS, PACA SPICE MILLS, Eatabliahed 1812. BALTIMORE. MD. ate this dc-irable result to allow Irre tiadi-Peiiuierai'T to enter on national t j control. Wo shall do lultle wilh thr , latter, yet not intermit our effoits to ' arou.M; the proplc to the mo-ter cviM of I the tratlic iu inloxu-.tnt- and the ueces- Miy of their uniting in the effort to ( rutetrizc mc j;mt l oircr. A Tinu'ly ItciiiiiiWcusc. The death of (Jen. Sheridan serves to recall the xloiini) and critical situation which u.xi.-tid in the summer ot 18U when he was (.perjtin"; in tho Shcnau- fl,ili vi1li ttil iirim-ii'inir I l iv.iv fur 1 here are other bofore -tte non whi j lh,Wl. ,ir1lii:,. v.i..n. wi.i.-i. . . , FOB AlZi DISOHBERS Or'TIIS ana Boweis STRICTLY V EG ETA OLE. C;ir-rnn":ip-it:o:i.InJii:tion.D7r';'':: fiic, that all other questions are to be tgnor- mouth. irnuuLir appftjti-. dizziness, frwmcnt fill ht, ..,t...l ...!. SS! ' ,"irj,..n'p reforms tempera for each c m bo accomplished foi it There are no less i ban seven Presidcu- it.i ;..L-..fc i.nf,.iA i l.n un,.ni.. f.t it... I7n .... .... .. t.).si!Ucr.1.,)rpi,1 uver. na.ci.it.11 s the (JovemiiH iit m straininji every : ited State for I his camp.-i'Kn. and there i with njwpsM, or Iniiiucstion. Tim iin I . . . .. , , i , j,, I ooiiipiirat.il nnr upnvgH lua hotora.-. tho ' nerve to maintain eonliuence and to. ...j . I .. iwiuaiiuii. iir..)ooit.v ft. Li'nuit'r. ui.l uobii.- u. supl,orieu ocsmes tue Tniltlllr T..ltil et.m,ioPA harp; . . fliriri.r f;lm,lIw. , ,nrn nca reform The tinnier timp Bltlnir. tnnwnt pains here an.i there, eohl in v momi. iiil proper uiiir- f , dm.in, . -n.fn.i, ih.. ..(.. ft.-.n. ;.. f.v..,-,f n, i-.,;.. is when Siimethintr tangible ! disturtHil n:nl unrcfrrshin slu'P. constant, , . .",,,, tnJnnlmM.i f.u.Oa... itf I If M'1C 4 ,l..r.(.ll ,.f till l.i ft, ....f , . lIKHOVIIUdl'IV V. l(IU, V. V. 1U.1UMU ,.V.V. ..... ...b.r.ow ... , ii-k Hv-nttiche, Lii- Vmplaiati'. nf Ap- Pctito. ri!ifltijics. Nrmiwnm. Jav.i.liro. rtc. ir Sale by all Drelt. Frirc, . Cruts. pscifis MiriurAcruRiiiG co.. sr. lcu:;. mo. C. O. DENNY.I In: imiiciiil- 1" lecpes -iik.u.ki: IX- ff ycmhavenll,oranrconsidorabIonuia,or:andfort;,""1"1K- leilu lived in of thi-M; symptoms, you are siitrunnif lrom .l-iilv dri-iil of t otsihli' fal-iinitv im: thnt ramt miiiimpii of Ameritna mnb,!:ri- u.ui uil.itl in I o.-sion. i.u.iuiiij, ant IPIAIos, owfls,. will be one more added to "American" ticket. Each of the-e eight tickets stands for somecau-c, some particular issue, whose supporters are endeavoring to enlist the attention of the volets of the country. The pe culiarity of the present campaign is ihat there is one issue which must, from the very nature of l hums, be de cided by Ihe election. The fiscal policy of the government is cither to be con tinued on protective Imps, or it in to bu changed to a purely revenue basis. The choice of members of the Fifty first Congies-s which wi.l enact the proper legislation, and of a Ircidcnt who will execute thue laws, hinges eutiiely up on that one issue. 11. l Kruuifr u: iuiiihkt mm otviM"Sll Ol vilip- . . , , . ,,.., t . toms. Nil mutter "hat !.i:r.- it In ii-ii-li.il. ( ": n imi:h suuuiil iomiik llie Ur.PiercoNoldoi: IJIIi-a8 OlM-ni-ry , nf ,,. I,,vul iinci. Thp rtliol wiil FiitKluo it. if t.ili.n i..Mir.i.i.ir to .hicc. -"CLso "'i- '"V-" cause, ine rtui.i Hons for a nui.ibiu ljnytii or limp, ir not armies at the fiont weie not mor feai ciiml, ci.inplKatioits mnitiplv iia.l Coa3!ii:i-I ti-mofthcl.iiiiir.suin iiivji-a. Il.-.nt l "---.iw. j eil than the Democratic party in Ihe ...i.-i.iiii.t.ani, iFi&i-ii-. in .11 o. . KlilVi i:i.ti.iiin-s n" iimiu i:::f toM-t in and. s lom-r or lut.-r, itnin.f a latin I-i nn :: t iti:i. Ir. IMitcc'h ;ldf!i .li-fllmi Dii co very i-.'-m invi-rluily iijon tlw l.ivir, and :hroi'.eh that irnut liliMxl.paritjm unRin, c!.-.i!i--s!!iopysliMiiof nil M.otl-t,mit3 ati'l itr:-Pui:t:-, froai whatever ciiusi; nrisimr. it is .ipi-iily i-mciii-ioas in iictinx upon tlt3 KM ney. iin.l other exm-tr.ry fii-jrnris. cl'-ansiRir. -tieivthi niii. ami iu-nliair tlieir iIiMi!.s. .s au Hi'i'dlimr, ri t-tomtive tome, it pn.moti-.-i 1ii;i ?tio-i ami nutrition, ther-!ir b-.iiMinir up hotii Uih mi'l Mn-tistli. In maurinl ilistnetn. this womkrfnl mntic.io h:n Kaitml civ.it celebrity in eiin-nr lVeriiml .pue. Chills an.l I-'i'ver, liiiinh .wu unit I.inilr.-.l ilisoase. Ir. l'ierco's Cioldcu ."ledical Dis covery G&IES ALL HUMORS, from n con:n-i:i llloteh. or nnii'tion. to th2 vorst croiiu-i. Mil-iiiemn. " 1 ever-trc9 " rear. As (Jen (iraut s.iys in his mem otie: "The CoHvention winch had met and made its nomination of the Demi cratiu candid. itc lor the Pnsi deney has declared the war a failure: treason was talked as boldly in Chicigo at that Couvci.tiiin a- ever it had bieii at Chaileston." It was under the-i-grave conditions that Sheridan moved uponKaily, tbfeattd him and drove him out ot the vnlh'y. "Tins discisive victory," writes the Old Commander, "was ihe mosl cllVetie ..r-:uiuer.t inaiie yi--.K' op llrini.lt c;i.-i, li i...r, ll .T;....a.. 1 .o Ih.. (.k,i..;.., W T .1... ,1... I On the one hand stands the Kcpubli-' '' '--i i ! i"-"! rmi'iiiernt ty this i i . , ., i," i i , . . ' . iMmerfiil, ptirifiiar. in-l inxior.itin iiitii-1 Deniocrals and stimulated the l.i'pub i-1 eine. t.riiit Ivitin- I rapidly h. al under hi lienin int:ti.-m. 11;" -,.il!y has it man! t.r.ij its iMitency ri cari..:f Tetter, Ilivema. KrjHppln. l,i!-. m l.aai-ii s. Sole Eyes. Scrof ulous Sous ii;n! iMveUinj's llij-joutt lii5.-ne, "Whiti: SvveliMi:," tluitre, or 'i'hiilc Keek. anI Enlarged l.l.iii.Ii. eritl t.-i cents in stamps for a bfj Treatise, v. ith eolornl plat."., mi SUin is;-1 a. i.i- tii.- ami ainuimt for it Tre;t:v' i.u Si-iof.ii'ius Affeetiidii. It is queer, notwithstanding the post tive assurance of quite a number of "reformers." that there is no issue cf 'free trade against protection1' in this campaign, that "every Democrat who declares for Harrison explicitly says that bo cannot indorse the President's message or tho Mills bill that he is for protection with the Republicans against free trade with the Democrats. Simi larly,ltepublicans who declare for Cleve land do so on the open avowal that they arc for the free trade demanded by Mr. Cleveland and against a protective tariff." Isu't. it tlrange, if there is no such issue, as Holt voters as well as voters all over the country arc solemnly assutcd, that so intelligent a Republican as ox-Mayor L av, of Brooklyn, should frankly state that he cannot support Harrison because of a protective plat form of the Republican party, and Mr. Charles S. Higgius, a prominent and leading Democratic citizen ol the same city of llrooklyn, t-hould come out squarely for Harrison because lie can not endorse Cleveland's free trade mes sage. President Cklvki.anh in his recent letter to the Tammany Hall Democrats, says of the Protectionists; "They advocate a system which bene fits a certain class of onr citizous at the expense of every householder in the laud a system which breeds discon tent, because it permits the duplication of wealth without corresponding addi tional recompense to labor, which pre vents the opportunity to work by stilling production and limiting the area of our matkets, and which enhances the cost of living beyond the laborer's bard-earned wjges." W'e do not kuow whether the Presi dent studied thu meaning of these words when- he penned them; but we do know Unit this language is nothing but the Free Trader's slang, without one single particle of truth iu it. The charitable view of the pie?iJent is to attribute sicu language to sheer igno rance on th Kiibjeet of tariff protection. What the Protectionists ajvocato is a system that will foster and ptotect the industrial and manufacturing ink-rests of this country against harmful eompe titiou, iu our inaikeis, by I lie products of.thejpauper laborers of other countries This is the lundamental idea of a pro tective tariff ; and to apply to such uj Quite Encouraging. A correspondent troru Los Ange!es,to the Wootll-ind, (Cal.) Mail, sums up the political situation in that country as follows. Politics are running high. The at tempt to introduce the boss tactics of San Francisco into the Republican parly by impoiting Buckley and Hi gins "rock-rol'ers" at the pri.uaries. received a black eye. The defection from the Republican party amounts to oue in the person of Calvin 1-Mgerton. To offset this, ex-Governor Downey, followed by 400 Irish Americans, who heretofore voted the Democratic ticket, arc now enrolled on the Republican side, and I hey have a well organized club in this city. The new element which will be added to the voteis ihis year may be safely estimated at 5,000 in the counly, of these, considering from whence they came, 4,000 will vote for Harrison and Morton. Men of in telligence on this question, have esti mated the Republican majority In I his county at ,500 ; State, 'JO.000 ork ing men here are largely for protection. The Democratic paity seems to be on the cie of dissolution. They are keep ing up the Prohibition party with money and influence, and hope to gain much through that unholy alliance The Prohibitionist h is become a "chest nut" in State and National campaign., because of hi inconsistency iu bub' i:i;j up as the stump-tailed hoise coached by the Democratic jucl ey. It looks now as if lbs Democrat will be claiming inside of a few weeks that their platform means piotcction, and never meant anything else. There is a panic in camp over this tariff issue. IRIDIC VRK. jAk: IsT&Bfies! WaterproolGoat f it ronr jn-.nr on a m or ri format. TN FISH BltANHSMfrn w iiutc y if.tTiifi rr-K.r, sr.'i :u nr'p you urv in tna Harden t for t'f vrlTilivi "iff !i-i tr A .1. TitWTTt "iStfimmnSt . rtm V-i URPEES FARM ANNUAL F0R1888 Vtl lie s?nt FREE to ill who write f.rr it. It la a I Hrniaooio Book of 13 PP with honilrpfls of ill as- I tntioni Colored llateianltols!lKbonttbe I i. i W. AT LEE BURPEE & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PAj r.,000 ACtKNTM WANTED at once to siipiIy Ten Slillion x.U-rs nitli the only ofllrlal liven or BIG MONET ! ! CLEVELAftDITHURMASl ! llrllon. W. II. Jlpiisrl; alio. Lift-of Mm. :irvplan.l: exiiui-ltnsti-el portraits. VotiT's Cnrt-riilKi- lto. Itcforni Triiili; I'olk-v, &c. roiniileli'. .iRf-ntn n-poii iiiiini-iif- M-i-es For lit-st work, i.pnlv i:ui-k mill make SMI to S.ViO ;i iiionlli. OutM &V. ItUUUAUD ltltUS., Kaiisai City, Mo. can party, declaring in favor ol a eon tinuancu of tins i-ioleetive policy. On the otlier Mauds the Deuiocr.itic party, urging that the government policy be ( dunged, and placed on a mere revenue bais. Whatever form of words may be nsed by demagogues to cheat and confuse the people, and to veil the real point of ihe struggle, the plain facis is I as above sta'ed. The is-ue on the tar- ! iff ques'i n, and the poliev of the gov- j eminent, for the next four c-irs, is to ' be decided at Ihe polls next November. The friends of the other six canes Inch Irive ticket in the liuld can not hope to accomplish anything lhi ear. N:t out: of ihcm has thu slighle-t hope of electing even a .-ingle Con greSMiian, anil lar less its Presidential candidate. Alt the' c in do is to pre- vpnt. n full nYlirefliiiii nflhp will of the people on .he one overshadowing i-M.e , Jrlc cans; it insured Mr. I,iiico!u'i.re-elee!ioii and soiimled ihe death-knel of the Southern Confederacy. That was twenty-four years ago, and the same pa ty that was then demand- i mg peace on any terms and giv iii- all "rOH ..iE BOCU 13 THE LIFE. pui-i!.:e aT.I and comlort to the tnemy Tliornnslilv cI'iiiim' it t.vtiMns Dr. Pierce's ' , . , ., . T o!den .Tie;!!. ;il -ivory, mid irmxl ," "nv --ei-king to do the COUlitn a MIill- .liKi-stion. n f.nr skin. l-iioy:ii;t spirits, vital t i.. ,-;,... .,- r-l....!. ;.... il.. ..i--,.-trengt!i iiiid l,.Mlily luahli -.ill be i-stublislit-d. I 1,lr ,nJ"'J ' r.lilou mg tllepio.n- tive s".-ti :n and gunig Knghiml eontro' of our markets, a was lnteiuleil by Ihe Confederate Conslilution. The man wl.o is now running as ih it party's can did.i.e lor Viee-l're-iilent helped to fsiime the Chicago platform of 1MJI. In CONSUMPTION, which h Scrofula or tho Lungx, is nm-sted ami cnriil liy this rfnH-ily, if taken in tho earlier Kages of the disease. From Its inar-vi-kius pnwi-r over this terribly fatal disf-nse, tvhi-n first olTi-rinff this now n-orlil-ramcil n-ni-tily to tin; public, llr. rierce thought M.-rimiBiy of calliiiir it his "Consumitio.v Crier," Imt iikiiiiloii.-.l that name as too restrictive for a ineilicino v.hlcii, from its wonderful com- I all essential particulars, the two i-on-biiution of tonic, orFtrrngtliemnir. alterative. 1 , . i. ,- ,. , or hlood-tli-ansinir. ruiti-bilious. nettonil. mid . tending patties are respectively anim it- niimuvc pri)rins. is unciuiiiin. m.t oniv ...1 I,,-the sni e -eii'iiiif Is In.d ir as a reinedv for fonumntioii. Lut for all L" " InL au L l" ""' ls l"-"-'r Chronic SihcascH of the Liver, Blood, and Lungs. -ON- Bottom Farms And All Lands In Holt County. Interest reasonable and lKiyalile annually. Amount anil time to suit the borrower. For information, call on ine at the National Hotel Forest City on cverj- third Friday and at the Riverside Hotel Craig on Saturday of each month, or, address me at Elm Grove Holt County, Missouri. T. M. 1IUDGINS. for Infants and Children. 1 "Ctorf Is bo well adapted to children that Caatorfa enrea Colic, OansHpstlon, I recomraend itaaBoperiortoany prescription I Bour Stomach, piarrhta, Erucuitmn known tome" ILA. Akciies. 31. D., I KUlsomB. pves aleep. id promote. U WSOkOxlonlSt.,IirooUjn,X. Y. WBfiout tajartons medication. Tmt CnrrauB OoaPAirr, 77 Murray Street, N. T. v there are any I'rotectioris-ts still clinging to the Demoeraiie Tarty on the supposi'iou Ihat tins cry of "Free Trade" raiscu against it is only a campaign slander, let them read what the World, tbejleading party organ in New York says, in its issue of July iL'th : 'If the war-tariff crow -eaters in the Democratic parly can season their dish more to their taste by considering as a triumph the slight curtailment by thu House of the tiee list originally pro posed in the Mills Bill, -by all means let tbem do it. "The restoration duties in nearly every case was made a concession, to solidity the party and lo.ecure needed votes in the House. None of the Democratic leaders have weakened in their belief or in their dorotion to the Democratic policy ol tax reduction, through tariff reform. They have simply recognized iu tlieir concessions tho ti nlh that 'statesmanship is the science of the practicable.' Not being able to secure all they want, like sen siule m n they taUe what the) can g'-t. "With lumber, salt, llax, jute and wool on i he free list, and an apprecia ble reduction made in thu duties on sugar and other necessities of the peo ple, the tariff reformers have made a good start. The issue is still for a Free Trade and no Tariff tor Surplus." It will hardly be wise for the Demo cratic leaders to come to litis city again lo make "Protection" speeches. The worm is loo irar.ic ami nonesi 10 maice Fvp imrrfpd it po.l,le for Iheir liltle ruse to sue-. .it npraTflM WflRTIT BEAIIiNPt Ull UllillUll II UU1U I11JUUU1UI W.C.Ecteler, 518 Francis St. Oyer Postoflice. ST. JOSEPH. MO Kcsidi-nt of St. Joseph rr yrnr. I'ractlca experience (en imrn ntlcsti-d liy tne r.w-it di tiiiciiislied professors In the rmintry and the most prominent citizens of St. Joscpli. PRACTICE LUTED TO DISEASES -OF THE EYE AND EAR Conmt'i ot Instruction: Pennsylvania (.'olleee, (ifitjxliurp. Ta.. 1373. Medical and Surgical (Srailiiale of The Medic.il ll-iirliiii-iit of the University of Marvlaud. Italitliinnv. Vost Cradtiale Student Uh l'mf. Means, Ileuimistrntor of Snrgi-ry at Hie JetliTvon Medical I'olli-ee. I'hila , 9 IV, and tlieJolins llnj.kius I'niversity. Baltimore. .Marland. Brazillian Pebble Lenses Adjusted for all forms of Defective Vision Artificial rreil 'Mm Demoeraiiu I'aitv is no more . . . ., . , To the Editor of thr Cazvtte :-It affords mc a 1'rolerlion pany than it is a Icm-j Krt..lt i,..-,..,, i i... aide to near ti-.stinif.ny t.o tiernnco n-irtv l' H Useless for It to , 1,10 ability a'1'1 Am dispUyed liy Dr. V. f. pi-rancc p.irij, I. is useit.-rs lor u 10 .trlrr )f this city. In the nranaernient of de- maoueride ns such in protection I foctKe sii:li(.and Ids attention ; to my own eyes slales.-Xfivv York Independent. I ftJlft sire. Tin-y enalile ine t n-ad elenrlyandeasilv Williams' Australian Herb Plltl. I mid prost-niK daily dniii-s Hit'.i comfort mid ,-:rr . i. - ....... ij .i i. .1,.. rr : 1 I " you are veuow, liiuooi, conttipttea, wiia ncsa- saiisiacuuu. tn.uuj, ta iff the words used by the President che!ibmd breath, imnr, no appi, hok out yonr l las Wonnsox. is In lie rrosle I'ivliimest or stumdlr Uer it out of order. One box of the K1U wiU fcx-(.Ternnrot Missouri. is to ne grosi kiMmncM or stupiuo drlot At umMn mj ake a Mw kefekkxces. ignorant The facts in the hi.-lory of ofyon. Friceiscu. . ,. nnr,ii-JI.S. N'orman.nfn .I.-is. Cr.ii", H. ISov. Silas woo'lsoii. St. Joscpli ; this country giye the lie to evory wold j Sold by Hindu &Phillirick,D.ngglsU of the President's tirade. i Oregon, Mo. ii.. i: v Mct'rarv.Mte t-rty. I and L . S.Cucuit .1 iwlse. Kausas CUV Colorado House, No. 114 mid 110 North -'ii.l Street, ST. JOE, MO., JOSEPHOPPENHEIIERProp'r. (Successor lo F. I.t'TZ.) THE BEST 1 DOLLAR HOUSE In the city. Fine Hods and First Ha-s Meals only 1 cents earli. First-("l.i-s llakery in eiiiiiicctioii Willi lids tiiuis... Fine f.uiii-hi-s of all MmN The liar at this house Is one ol the l!ft In the city. Choice Wines. Liquors, Cigars. St Louis and St Joe Beer FRESH ON TAP. Good Billiard and Pool Tables. DPI M AND HIT. ESTABLISHED 1872. THE POPULAR FRESH FISH RESTAURANT, S. OPPENHMER, Proprietor. Fresh Fish and Oysters a Specialty. Meals at All Hour., 25 Cts. Lodging Rooms Connected. 80S Kdmnml Strrrt, South side Markrt Square, St Josepi, Mo. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM th.1 papular f Aronte for dreOTinff the luir, Bestorimr color wlw-n enr. Hil oreTonuntf Ianrfrnff. It cieanM. tba KeJp. BtoDs tbe uuriuiHVtUnuHivKil'xwn the tariff question. It is foolish in the last degree to say that any of these ipiestioi-s, represented bv the other tiekcis in the field, is real ly of greater impartance than the laiiff issuo. The masses if Ihe people are more deeply i-.teie.sted m the tariff question than in any other, because its determination wil , in one way or an other, affect, favorably or unfavorably, the pocket of almost every man in the entire country. Then it is a question that is not up simply for debate, but for decision ; nnd it matters little whether there is another que-t:on that is in a higherseii.se. still more impiitaut. The man whose house is burning is apt to ta'ce more in: mediate inlup-st in that matter than in the knowledge that a pestilence, has broken out in t-omebody else's house. We repeat, tho proper time to work is when something definite can be ac complished. That is the case u'lth ihe tariff matter. It is to be decided next November. Every vo'er in. the United States oives ii, as a duty to himself and his fellow-voters, thnt he shall aid, by his ballot, in that decision To do Ihat ha iiin-t vote lor the l'lesideulial and Conijrvs.-ionul tickets ol either thu Re publican or of the I), moeratie p iriy. The most numerous of the smaller partie9isofeo-drsc the I'loliibiiiouist Their votes mav decide belue-n pro tection and freu trade We holi'-ve that a great 111:1 im it y of 'he v ders of thnt parly are pmlec'ioci-t in .sentiment. They have the oppnr:tinil (o do good work for that cause, without injuring their own ; lor, whichever way thu con - ing national contest turns, it will not change the attitude ol ihe people of I lie country lownrd the Prohibition luiisc. 'Ihe 1'iolubition question is a .state question, in that Ihe power to prohibit Ih'j rnm traffic inheies in the state as one of its police powers. It csn not become national till three fotiKths of the states are won for Proh bition, thus j giving Ihe neccssaiy numbir ot Mates i to adopt an ami mlnicnt to the Icderal conslnution pruhih!tin; the manufac ture and sale of Hum wi:h;n the nation We believe it is the dictate of wisdom to do the thing necessaiy lo be done when the opportunity is .it hand not to calmly stand by and let it pass, be cause the thing then up for settlement is not the thing jou most desire to see sellltd Again, a decisive vote in favor of protection thu eleeli-m of a protec tion majority in the National House ol Kepresentaties, and of a Chief Kxecu live in full accoid with thai niajoiity on this issue will settle the question, and take it out of the domain of active poll lies, leaving room lor new issues to come up. The election of a lree trade House and President means a continu ance of the agitation; for we are firmly convinced that the results of the legis lation lo which the Democratic party is pledged will be lo so disturb the coun try that a reaction of public letting nill set in, and four years hence the ques tion again will be the all-absorbing one , of the canvass. ! chitia, Afithni.i, isuven t'oujflis, and kindred nUi-ctions. it ii nn elKeient n-mcdy. Sold l.v DriigfistF, at 91.00, or Six Bottles for $5.00. SSend ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's book on Consumption. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, 663 Main St., BUFFALO, N. Y. am ENDERSON 103 & W W. Ninth St, KANSAS CITY, NO. The onVj Specialist in the City uho it a Reenter Graduate m Medicine- Over 20 years Practice, 12 years in Chicago. THE OLDEST IN AGE. AND LONGEST LOCATED. Authorized by the state to treat Chrnnic. Nervomand "Special Iis easeV Seminal Weakness (nigAt iiYsi.Sexual Debllitvi tosr tifsmint Jlirer, Nervous Ix-bility, liIoneti Blooi,ricPianlSweliiiiKSfei'r" 1 kind. Urinary Diseases. and in face. all troubles or diseases In cither male or tVmale. Cutps crtiaranfett or money refunded. Charges low. Thousands of cnM cunt. Kxperfence is Important. AUmedl clues are guaranteed to be pure and eflicaclous. belnj compounded In my perfectly appointed laboratory, and are furnished ready for use. t running to drug stores to hae uncertain pre scriptions tilled. No mercury r injurious medl- cwiesusi. nueieniion iromDusiness. ratienis io .......i;.!...., , at a distance treated br letter and exDress.medi- lC taHUUI.lIt! OI 1110 clnes sent every where free from gate or break- ( age. State your case and send for terms. Con- puiwiouireeanuconuueniiai. personally or dv letter. A Ci page POOTT Pr Both Seaten, sent Ulustratetl f UV1L itealed in plain envelope for 6c. in Mamirt. Eery male, from the age of A3 iu ., miuuiu rvau iais dook, RHEUMATISM THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CUBE. A POSITIVE CURR far RHiXMATISll. I AO for dj cue thU tmuueDt faila tm I curr or nnp. ii rem ten aisooTerr is Booau i cf medidoe. One doae gfre rrliof ; a few I Doan remove wvnmaa pua id joinu; Cure cornplctJ Id & to T dj$. 8rn4 putr mcnt of ea.- vtp) stamp for Cirealart. Call, or sddreu Dr.HENDER80rtl09W.9th8t.KansasCitr,Ma. W I CURE FITS! hit Iti-pir. ii tli' m at that tltnn. Oau i thormiplilv Ainenwin, anil Ihe nther i not ; one makes ulni ism a supreme virtue, anil the ntlicr makes U a pre t "nSL- anil a nioi-kery '1 h K- lmlnic mis hii: still true to the jinnc p'es ami in terests fur vxhieii the Union sohliets fnn:ht, and the Democrats aie still an.ii:us to serve the South at any eir-t to the nfe j ami pmsferity cf the North. Theie are m armies in the lielil this :!! ; Imi nthenvNi! the M-na tion is nut materially diffoient from that ot 18i. I when Sin-rid. in mined ajaint Karl and gaini-d the spl.-mlnl victory in honor of vr Inch (Irant order ed a -:i nte of a hmiiU-rcd tins to li lired "the. rtins hcinfr aimed ai the enemy around I'eterlmr." he rinily observes The r- triumpiied in thai intaiu-e, and Hit; rc-iilt will be the same in this one, MeCh-Il-in was de feated because his party was unworthy of ieppet anil conliiler.ee; and Cl.-vc- laiid "ill encounter a like lalu because sa ne v irtv, and it has not impiovcd since 1SG1 in any re-peet (Mobe Democrat. Of nil kinds, Shoot Music, Etc. Sam ples may bo st on at his rcsirlonoo. opposite Saulli -A. E. Church. Write or roll :i ('. O. DKSVV. 3Tmu;(! CiU. 7ro. HOLT COUNTY NURSERY 50,009 HufrBMB Trees for sils 50,000 Bern Plants, ail W at Low Pros. TVhfn I say CtntEldnnnt mean merely to Stop them for a time, anil tlirn have them re turn acaln. I siran A RADICAL CUBS. . 1 1 have made tho disease ol FITS, EPILEPSY or FAIXING SICKNESS, AJIfe lone study. I warrant my remedy to Cure the worst cases. Because others bar tailed i s no reason for not now receiving a cure. Bend at once for a treatise and a Frek Bottiji ot ray Infallible Remedy, lilve Express and Post Office. It coits you nothiDg for a trial, nd 1 1 will cure you. Address H.C.ROOT.M.C. l83PulST.,KrwTo MBFIELD'S .An mm FEMALE regUL A SPECIFIC FOR WOMAN'S ISEASES BUlH AS PafaftU gnpprced rofasa Kdvcaatjr and A MENSTRUATION or ONTHLY SICKNESS. Tstrill. Tariff is the all absmdinp; topic of the lai, and is it not a z oil time to talk about the nnvirt laws of onr state on taxing jiropeitv, ami m-c if we c.inuot i-tir up onr law-makers at .leffcison i. 'A'y to amend ihetn, so justice in taxa tion of property can Oe had. It is con trary to right and utiei; lo tax proper ly twice and virtually there arc millions worth on which Ihe owners hive to bear Ihe burden. Is there no remedy for it? We have reference to taxing a man for what he has in his se.sion regaidle'S of what h:s indebtedness maybe. For instance: A has a farm worth ..".G00 on which he owes 2,000 toll; now when the ass -sor coine aroniKl.'he land is assessed the sam a it wtiul-l be if ihcre was not one doll ir against it. I! nln givc in Ihe note, ( I he is an honest man) tax U eol'ett.'d on Ihe .i,000 note ur.jt;-tIy,or that amimnt should be taken out if the xnlua'iou of Ihe farm. To flirt! er illustrate. Mr V has 100 acres ot land, C head of hones, 20 head of cattle, .10 head of hogs ai.d is out of debt. C pays $2; tax 1) h: s 100 acres ol land on which l here i 1,000 debt, has C head of burse--. 20 head of caltleand o) ol lings, 1) has j:it as much property as (.', but is in debt .1.090 and pays Ihe same tax, is this just? I can't stf it i'i that light It is I rue if every man paid on wlmt he is worth, it would make the percent higher, but we ronld pay it ea.-ier than pay on what we have not. No man is so poor but what he can pay 'tax ac onlMg to what he really has; we woti'd like lo near froth our prospective leprescntatives on this subject. Tax Taveh. tySen.l In rnuriir.!rr.rrI'.,M tln'in f..r u :H w i I lll:il.i- a .-aliY..-; .f ll-i-i-t.lili. v. :llnl L-i.nv.uiv Jim lti.it it is n It IM KKhST t-i BUY HOME-GROW STOCK Aililn-ssnl! nrlrs ti N. F. ?.IUK!SAV, iClni Ciiivc, Mi. DANIEL ZOOK. Altorae? at Law. Besl Eslate Aff Negotiator of Lcar.s oi:ki;on". :-:i.s. l i,:. SIiMii-v lt l.inin tin Imir-. .1 1 .inn. 12 t .It I'oni.ty at . t-i yrr n at. ili-l v.rvt ctlu spclUct. J. li. KEAIiXKY, Physician r-r.iul Stirtr;?ii, our.-:;oN, mo O.T.:v nver llin.lf & riitlliri-k's ilrtis Mn. Hra-lv to ainwi'i rail in Wilier mcit.t-nif of mi iz ry. a us ti Cor. Unci a ml Felix Stirt'fs, ST-JOSEPH, - - ESQ Gi:. Y. SMITH. Vr-.u Pure WTiis'.:ic. Choice VTines ani FiEil Uiar. always on nsnu. limit::; ri-i-i-iiilv iiirli:isril tliU i!r mil nttr.! it up in tirst-i-l.-is ui. I ri-sivi-tlullv siilirit lli itr.'i:;i?" iI mv ni.tnv !!! t-iumtv tin-nils ttl-il- iu tli.- city. Will tli.-m all a ciirili.-il i-li-iii'i-. eiitrrtain tiirm li tl'e l-ftt f mv Hhilitv mill sell llitin tii-lliiir,;liiit clniif an 1 pure KfMHls. GEO. W. S3MTJI. C. W. lUKENS, 1 PLEASE DO NOT READ THIS. How often m fond mother hat been lost to her trot bind and bright sonny children. by simply neglecting a common cold. When you feel yourself becoming hoarse and yoor throat becoming sore, yon should at once begin taking BALLARD'S HORF.HOUND SYRUP. It will break it op and prevent its becom ing deep sealed. A Stitch in time sares nine. Try it. For sale by Hindi; & l'htlbriek. If tikm dor!n th CBXT.QS OF LIFE, creal r-.fferinir and dacir will l resided, tVtiaJLtH Dauiiriri-n Iranwi Cn. tdraH It is a grievous thing that oltcn very , EXHAUSTED VITALITY' Arc 1 inest people, in their devotion lo a UtmilESaKMOI' wav of 'imrctl - honest right principle, take the path that leads ! them directly into the camp oftl.e enemy. We believe, in view cf the all absorbing interest in tbe tariff ls-uc, ' lint tlia wall hi. thp iirnntie:ll rrsillt I 1 -inuun ini-jtLriami the imt.,id mi.: with those who, in their devotion to the lesconfcmient thereon. 3ft w s to., 125 r.re- . - . - . ,, .-I . 1. V..M --T. ..... ... 1 in ini-iiiii.- oi iiuuiuuiuii) "- j i by mail, waled. Illof-trativeiampWIa-etoaiiyocn: OREGON, MISSOURI. OKce i.vi-r Ailvnrnt" Tr'ntinp t.fl'.re ea ruiiii- .Ml rs '.viirian is: rin; -la--', .v fnsliM'ppl "f Vitaltinl Air w.iys on lis". Oiliie liin.r 1mm 8 12 A. j:.,ini.I tmia 12 to Ml i-l lis t!l lmi- (inlil W k asp-i-Lilo Wi', ...l.finid X I'i its s rriui.n H T. ALKIRE, Attorney at Law, PflMs AuEinistrator of Holt Cossy, Kc OREi.OX, MO. Will prartirein all courts iif Xortlim-st Mo ; Kansas anil NVliraska I'n.inpt att' iiti"" ifini to all loistm-ss pl.ii ( il iu liis luiwi. ColU'Ctli.iu i romi.tli alti-niltil lo. DR. JOHNS. MEYER, VETEIJIXAIiY SUIIGEOX, (iriiliinlr-ol ttii- Amrriran V tfrliutrjr (.II-C-. !liwv.r to Van .'.I. ill- & 5Il-i-r t Ii-.!f.t ill St. Jnsrpll, -Mo., o. 2 IT Smtl .'.111 ill. i-l. St. .Iopp!i r-si.l.-ii--, Xo iv.si.utr :.tli .-.r.-.-t- AH ial's 1'" "i-ii! or ti-ttr:ii proinptly Ktti-ii'lid lo iimim ill st,"fc " .f.,oUt..SnM.ir a s MKVI;K LIFE, the p-eat Medical Work of the otis and rhjpical De bility, Prcraatarc Dtv of anJuiir the can ;p (1r Vmertl-an indu1- ' M middlisaeed men. Inrnd now. The Gold ana tries nnd American labnr. Kery vote al Medical AsociaUon. AddremRo. norim-slios- Xki;iokfi-Fink IIakdwakk Co., . . i-i . i n .: ton, Mass., or llr. W. IL PARKElt, sradiiate of i e,.,i, i,i, DwYnu "Want an Iron Fence or ISimf Crcstins? Do you want a Lawn Mownr? Do you want a (insulin Store? yon in need of anythin"; in Ihe fouls or Hottu KurtiHhiti i floods? Don you w.int any Door-L'iek, Hinges or other Ilou-e l-'tirnishiii";? If ...... .! irivt na ft .linnpe In rillule you I'riees. Call upon in or write to , SAMPLE i.li::A.iri us an.l we will save you money. VpiJirr arc he-ibriai ters largest stock, lowest ' r.-i--i.t ot nm; . !"". ,f,TrTi prices S. S. It EVER, 31. ., Physician & Surgeon, OHKGOX, MlSSDfin (;iis' upstairs, n-ar room In Daraaii l.i.lMim ii"xl toi ity llot.-l. w-l.s. Tl.-1'0-. TTKllllM-HirP- maih-il. s.r.rU r.u-i'. il. toany adi'ri-s It: for the It. hlbtticn candtd-.le for I'resi- Harvard Medical College. 25 year' practice in llo- t i,,, r"..n ton, who may no conanltisi connnentuinr. umce, dent, eeiy vote lor thnt party s Con- , So;4l!milnchst. Specialty. DinMM of Man. rrainmi! r-siiHiilaie,. merrlv takes one Cat thU out. Yea may never kc it acada. yote from the cause ol ptoteclion and gives the In e trade cause that much ad vantage. Ihelilade opposej tne liun ttaflic most earnestly, but it i- going to oppose the free trade cause with equal cainistne-s. The Hum will eventually be oveilhrown in this na'iun we tbor- J ictighly believe, b'.t :t will n't arrrlcr- B W T,n!ll a fn "AlVT OXF. Amt 111 na sLiiiai.i vs ww.i vi.m BS State Ml.. llruun, :i-y Town fr Sign llig Axe. 10S South Ith Street, St. Joseph, Mo. .II..-....MT .il'...i.t I., l'...trrc..l(.r ..i.t r.l.il ' riiil..' Thr l'n:.u-K MAIl cfi 'Iazkitko? I Xi- Y..rk is thr um.v lrtnn-UU t.cjrtitiii.itn llltistr.it.-.l SiH.rtmi: mm si'iialionai .i.-iirnai pul.lisli-il on tin- Aiiiiriraiii-ontiiK-iit. CPPPI Apply for If mi to RiGfeard K.Foz, Fraailin Eqnare, MM FKEE ! A .1-fo.it Frnrli f!las, flval Front, Nickel or Clir rry Ciar Slum- Car : Merchant only- Ailiin-s al once, K W. T.XN-II.I. .1 Tn., us a!w.'. C05SUMPnO!T subelt cured. To tub EtnTOR Flease inform yonr read era thnt I have a positive remedy for the above Mined disease. By its timely use t lion Manila of Hopeless eaiej have been permanently cured. I shall be clad to send two bottles ot my reme dy 7BRE to any of your readers who hare con sumption if they will send me their express and post office address. Kespcctfully. T. A. S LOCUM. SI. C.in Fear! St., Xew York. GOOKLE'SPILLS This old Ea?lS:.h Family Medicine in nse for SB yr-irs, all over tha world, for llile, Indisrrstion, I.iTcr, c. Of Pure Vegctab!s Ingrsdienls.