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OKO. P. HllCKItBt,
rmru a. pritchard.
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I Mentha Q
Slnjl. Copla
Knitted scrmdinf " ,c' Cemtiaslta At
p,iloill Rirh Hill.
The potato crop of 1901 i
poorest ever raised in America.
There was quite enough testi
mony in the Schley case to go round.
Reciptocity along protection line
is all right. Any other kind of
reciprocity-is a humbug.
it is said that brewers want the
tax on beer reduced. Let' that tax
alone and make the reduction on
articles of necessity.
, A Wisconsin tramp drank a quart J
of whiskey and died soon after.
And yet there are people that insist
that whiskey never does any good.
It was an easy matter to sink the
Spanish fleet down at Santiago, but
it seems to be a long, hard and tire
some job to find out just bow we
did it.
It is saiJ that Canada declines to
recognize American divorces.
That's all right. The Dominion i
not to be blamed for wantinz to
protect home industries.
Owing to the protective policy ot
the Republican paity ever since the
civil war, American coal is now be
ing exported to supply a large num
ber of European markets.
The quality of both the winter
and spring wheat raised in this
country the past teasan it except
ionally good. The drought which
cut short tome of the other crops
contributed to thi result.
A number of colleges have at last
discovered that the way to (top
hazing is to suspend the hasers.
There is another very simple and
effective way to stop it, if the col
leges would adopt it, and that is to
treat the hazers just the same as
other disorderly persons who com
mit assaults. Arraignment in crim
inal court and the infliction of fine
and imprisonment would have a
decidedly sobering and salutanr ef
fect on these obstreperous young
A youne man away from home
attending college sends for more
money at he desires to take fencing
lessons (lestons with a sword) and
his father is delighted to send it
since this is about the most useful
request he has made since he has
been away to school. When he
comes home he will put him to
making fences. The man who
knows the most about fences is the
politician. He can have good or
poor fences and he may be found on
either tide of then) whenever he
feels it becomes necessary. Ex.
Give our ocean ships the name
kind of subsidy we have given out
lake and river steamers for years
past under Republican legis'l.ion,
and see how quickly American
ships, managed by American men,
and paid American wages, wtil
come to the front.
The- State Auditor Itrport.
The Missouri State Republican
of Nov. 8th gives in full the State
Auditors report showing the receipts
and expenditures from January 1st,
1865 to December 31, 1900, inclu
live, together with the go emeu's
address to the people.
There are two things that espec
ialiy attracted our attention in the
report and address. First, the en
tire absence of the old threadbare
charge that the slatn debt was foist
ed on the people by the Republican
party. Second, the admission that
the outstanding debt Dec. 31, 1900,
was $6,aSo,S39 42, just what the
Republicans, during the last cam
paign, said it was, and more than
4,000,000 greater than the Demo
cratic siate platform claimed it was.
The report also shows the out
standing debt for the period begin
ning Jan. 1, JS65, (notice the word
ing) and ending Dec. 31, 1S70,
was 136,091,908
The addition to the debt
during this period was 7,392,000
The Anglo Saxon Review, which
costs $5 a number, has been given
up as a failure. How will the great
mass of the ADglo Saxon people be
able to get along without it?
Captain .Tilley,. naval- governor
of the island of Tutuila, is to be in
vestigated. No naval officer in
these days has any social standing
unless he has been the subject of a
court of inquiry.
A Boston magistrate who had
before him an ex-alderman charged
with drunkenness turned to the Cen
tury Dictionary for a definition of
the term, the statutes of the Bay
State being woefully deficient on
this point This defines 4drunk"
as being overcome, stupefied or
frenzied with liquor. The evidence
did not show that the accused was
as bad as that, and he was dis
charged. If the judge had desired
to be really explicit, he might have
quoted at an authority the late Pe
troleum V. Nasby, who once de
fined drunkenness as that condition
of mind and body which prompted
a man when lying on the ground to
catch hold of the grass to prevent
his falline off the earth.
The postal revenue for the year
ending June 30, 1900, was 102,
000.000; for the yenr ending June
30, 1901, it was 111,000,000, and
for this year it is estimated at 121,
000,000. Even the postotfice de
partment feels the effect of Repub
lican policy.
A large delegation ot prominent
business men from Porto Rico are
in this country studying our busi
nets methods so as to put their
island'home more closely in touch
iih the commercial interests of
their newly acquired relationship
and thut promote the trade between
the island and their adopted country
As far as the result af theelec
tion in Maryland it concerned.
while we would have been glad for
the state to have gone Republican
yet we infinitely prefer Arthur Pue
Gorman in the Senate of the United
States rather than W. L. Welling
ton. While Gorman may make us
feci like saying P-u-e, yet he can
possibly smell as loud as Wellington
Under President Cleveland's Wil
son Gorman tariff law the Secre
tarv of the Treasury had to tell
bond to get money into the treat
uiy. Under President McKinley
Roosevelt Dingley tariil law th
Secretary of the Treasury hat to buy
bonds to get money out of the treas
ury. Quite a difference, but it is
just the difference between Demo
cratic and Republican policy.
The decision of Governor Durbin
of Indiana, to decline to honor
requisition for ex-Governor Taylor
and Cbarlet Finley was not surpris
ing and he will be supported in his
actions by every one who believes
in fair play. No one believes they
would receive a fair trial with
Goebelized judge and a Goebelized
jury, such as tried Caleb rowers
last month. Governor Durbtn's ar
raignment of Judge Cantrill was a
scorcher and the Goebelized organt
tav it was libelout, bur it it not
likely that any ttept will be taken
to prove the libel. Cantrill' par
tisanship hat been extreme. The
puzzle with many people it to know
wLy Jack Cbinn, who wat with
Goebel at the time he was shot, ha
never been called upon to give hit
version of the thooting. He don't
teem to have ever made any oath
bound statement, nor hat be ever
been called upon to make one.
Most people, not influenced by par
tisan prejudice, wonder why this
it to.
has reduced the public drbt only
$1.1,008. 1O0.5X. We don't
lieve there is a state in the mm
(hat has boon under continuous
publican contiol, that has not pnid j
off its war and anti-war debt !oi
years ago.
Total debt 43,486,908
Redemption during this
period 22,597.908
Yellow I0f Majority.
A "vcllow dog majority" chows
a great appetite for mutton always
and everywhere.
'Equality before the law!" 152.
424 290,180. This is yellow
dog" equity as vouched for by the
signature ot his excellency, Gov,
Hockery ot Missouri, to the bill of
the forty-tirst general assembly di
viding the state into congressional
It takes 137,756 more people in
the tenth congressional district to
elect a representative to congress
than it does in the twelfth, and they
"aren't culled foks," either. But
a "yellow dog majority" haukt-i
after mutton the same in Missouri
as it does in Kentucky, L.ou.sian.1,
South Carolina, or wherever it pre
vails. A "yellow dog majority" is noi
necessarily a majority of yellow
dogs. The expression may also
mean a majority that savs on elec
tion day: "I would ratber vote for
a yellow dog than scratch my party
ticket." It is this kind of majority
that produces the appetite for mm.
ton, that breeds the political sheep
killing clog &o prevalent in our
state. Mo. State Republican.
t (3 LOIIES.
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Our stock of Cloaks, Capes ana
Coats for Ladios, Misses and Children is 5
complete It contains the newest pro- i
Our splendid assortment is impres
sive by reason of the effective styles
shown as well as by money saving possi
bilities for you.
The Garments are guaranteed to 5
i Fit you perfectly and we have CUT the j
f T)..,'nNr, 4. nn -.-. 4-4 r.V - 4--; Itt no 4-Vi a rrnr-
a rrss - j 1 1 a. . n 4-V T
ments. iiiis extremely pieasum woj, uu
er is grand; but who knows how long it
will last. Better be prepared for a
change. We really expect a large going
out of these goods in the next ten days.
The stock is in better shape to select
J irom now than it will be a few days later.
t We advise early purchases
Our Clothing Department
Outstanding debt Dec.
31, 1S70, 20.SS9.000
This period is the time covered
by the administrations of Gover
nor Fletcher and McClurg, the only
Republican governors the state ever
had. We understand that the fig
ure, $36,091,908, represent the
debt at the beginning of the Repub
lican control, and that during this
administrction $7,392,000 was add
ed to the debt, thus making the total
$43,486,908, as given above and in
the auditor's report. The report
therefore confirms what the Repub
licans have always claimed, . that
they paid all the debt they made
and more than $14,000,000 of the
anti-war Democratic debt.
We want to call the attention of
The Tribune readers to these fig
ures because we have had good Re
publicans to tell us that they have
been led to believe thut the state
debt was of Republican creation
We want our readers also to know
that in six years, under Republican
control, the state of Missouri redtic
ed her debt according to this Dem
ocratic auditor's report, $22,597,
908, and turned over to the liberal
Republican-Democratic administra
tion of B. Gratz Brown a state debt!
of only $20,889,000, and that on
the 31 day of December, 1900, af
ter thirty year ot uninterrupted
Democratic rule, the Mute debt is
still $6,280,839.42, showing that in
thirty year the Democratic paitv
As is wt.ll known, some metals
are unsuitable tor casting, wr.ue
others, like iron, can readily be cat
in any desired shape. The prop
erty of casting is said to depend up
on whether the metal contracts or
expands on so'iUifymg from the
liquid form. Iron, like water, ex
pands in solidifying, and hence the
solid metal may be seen floating in
the liquid iron about it. The ex
pansion causes it to till the die into
which it is poured, and o it can be
cast easily. Gold and silver con
tract in cooling and therefore are
not suitable for casting.
J is splendidly stocked. The selections
have been made carefully and as we
t have served the people in this locality
for over twenty years we think that we
J are fairly capable of selecting wisely.
J. When you are ready to buy be true
J to your own best interests, by seeing our
Clothing. You will certainly make a
$ mistake if you do not.
i Respectfully.
The supreme court of the United
States is now in session. The last
session of the court was epoch mak
ing in that the decisions then hand
ed down fixed the status of the new
ly acquired possessions'of the Unit
ed States, w ith the exception of the
Philippines. The Asiatic island
will have their position defined at
the nresent tension under the decis.
ion which will deal with the famousUetting them, and a reputation
tout teen diamond ring" case. "made on twoJnly Law Notet.
Mr. Roosevelt is only one of the
few presidents of tbe United States
who have not been lawyers by pro
fession. Those lawyers who were
not before aware of this fact will
be convinced by the following
story, (or the truth of which, how-
ever, we will not be answeiaule:
A young lawyer, discouraged by
waiting (or the client who never
came, is said to have asked his ad
vice at to what to do. ilit advice
was, go out and get a (ood case,
not of the police-court variety
study it carefully, put bis wholi
soul into it, rod ch irt.e a good (ee
WLen it wat dispose,! of, he was
to go out and get another of the
same variety and treat it in tbe
same way. These iwo case,
would establish bis reputation, and
Cool cases would afterwards flow
his way naturally without the ne
cessity of going out alter them.
What a beautifuf Utopian ditam
for the young liwyer good case
with big fee attachments to b-e had
lor the trouble, of going out ard
Th dilne and falntnrss from wtilrh
women sutler may be due to one of
several causes. But the mot common
cause it disrase of tlie delicate Vomaniy
organism. The atory of Mrs. Drown,
told in tier letter tielnw, fcive a fair
example of the conditions under winch
o many women work: " had a tut
htadcukt trly all tnt time, u as to u tak
mrvund my It til evulj hji jiy bear any-
Ihtng to loUih tnt.
J would woti a lil
tit ukilt hJ thm
In doun m uhtle
Failing to otiUin
more than tempor
ary rtliel from ber
doctor' treatment,
Mr. Brown tx-xan
the uae of Doctor
Htree's Favorite
Prescription, with
tb ntual result
Compete cur.
Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription
if the beat moiicine
for the cure of dis
ease peculiar t women. It estaMikhr
regularity, driea offensive drains, heal
inAammation and ulceration and cures
female weak neas. It makes weak women
tronr. tick women well.
4 few years scs I suffered sewrtlr !'
trmals wrsksets sad had at llmea tlresnlul
p!. " anu, Mrs Mary V. Views, ollrrtwril.
llarl4 Cs., Maryland ! aril in my diltr
Sad S av sse lunlu-is wrtuN dll sac uud
foe S wSUa. but I would ri wtiaf acxa. I nw
a sirs aaadaths lu-arly all the lime : au
weak sruvsd ase i-l c-"Jld hai.Uy tar anr
thing la low me My Url wuuli ki-'p ld
ssdl could asldly do my wvrk I xil.l .ns
a whlK and Ihea 1 6' ma a while , was cum-
Sletely rus dttwa. Hulfrled lluta iliaafieeaMf
taLhaiffC sad slao severe tlna at llima AMrf
walu( i bolllea ol lr -irt'a ivo'itr lis.
rt tAi"S litres ( bia ' C.ol'l-a M-lul lin--nyrsnd
one ial of lf J-irete I ka.aul I ' I
Irts. sad Mlowluf I he sIvks y-u y irv"4
ln( I he IUki-u Lblrls.' I I'ily !'
aia eured. 1 U dwlur saul it was wimue uls
was asd a
Dr. Puree' Common Sense MeiVal
Adviser, in pap" covers, is sent J't on
receipt of ai one -rent stamps to
ripe ate of mat1uK onl, or 11 i!'Ui
bound volume Isilcxired m-iwI stamps.
Addita Dr. R. V. Piciie, IwuLlo. N. V.
"lieu Hur."
James Jay Hrady, business uutna
per of "Ben Hur" Company, will,
on Monday, .November tMti, pl.ice
upon the board at the Olympic
Theatre, St. Louis, Mo., the dram
atized version of Gen. Lew Wal
lace's "Din llur." Hcintj an ad
mirer of Gen. Lew Wallace aiiii
jjlorj msj in Ins literary ucci-, r
gladly give place to the lollowir.-,'
extract from a letter recently rcci-iv-ed
at this office concerning thN ex
position ot one of the most popubit
books written in modern liint1-:
"lien Hut" ha played t l.its-cr
receipts ami to more people than
any theatrical production either hi h
or Mtiioad. It has been on tlie
I ut little more than ti years w
wcic ihauMed in runs in liveo!
our cities, mid it is a fact vvottit len-
dering that the last week in each
city was anunig the biggest of t!n
enjznjjetm lit.
Hen llur" will remain at tlie
Olympic in St. Louis f or li.ire1
weeks only. The management wiM
till oideis for seats for anv of il;
performance of the first two weeks
f Hcconipanied by check or money
older, in the order of their leceipt.
The box office sale opens Tluu-day
November l-Jlti.
St. Louis is the only western cit
except Chicago, in wl.ii.ii 'his won
derful dramatic spectacle of "iii n
llur" is booked. Next season the
production will be in New Yoik
Mercantile Co. RicSol,in
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llOes! Shoes!
... ... ;
iU U tin u,k ot everybody at trie prr-srut time, ecpecialls'
Tf2 ' uii the pi oplc thai have been paving big prices for chraiW
.... . .
oil 'lun i isKe no cnances on our sno--, us we stii"
is!; s
)w and in Ws
'Hi of the t
.1 o eveiy pair above c.50 up lo $3 75 if n.tuii
c; .r 'Ov.K ci jiiucs is increasing dai!y with th'- he-
t th market can produce. We want the Shoe Trad j
n as w- vtlf-r tlie hfst goo. is at trie lowest price It
i ur t bear our customers remark that the sliors
,t i.i re wer th" best they ever bought. I hat's the stuff
si a" ; li'i
which Mi
r- v.s
City tor the season, making its sec
ond long run in the metropolis.
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1 1
A fruit grower boxed a number
ot boxes of nice red apples and was
enabled to sell tilt m at $1 per box
At this rate the piice would I c
lmit G per bariel. This s!-,ims
what can be gained by boxing fruit
So much depends on th? manner t;l
putting iroduct tin the 111,11 kit
Kecetitly a fanner was otseied
trying to sell home turnip all co-tru-d
with dirt and soil. Me so.
hut few. Another fanner had tui
nips wahed an clean as they ciihl
hr ui'ide uii'l had tlitiil 111 nici
iiixc. Tlie latirr bad no uoul ii
iu doposinj of ttitm.
Sa t and overcoats for boy and men at great bargains (OV
i- glad I'M-omp ire prices, and if we are not the bet and'411
fjZh.w-st vi'd et our money back; that is the way we do it. W
f1 Look hi our ,'kj windows tor the piemiums we are
!, iv,s I'HLIC in our customers.
1901 LEADER.

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