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UfrfrlClAL. COUNTY PAPER LL1 1 Do Baai, (Ml! tog) VOTE FOB MR. TARSNEY. THE"lEXINGTON IKrBLIJGBNOEB, DEMOCRATIC OARE FOR LABOR, SA-TUIiDA-Y, NOVEMBER 1. 189C THE NEGRO- 3 . Jeewhilakersl The Pall Mall Gazette ay tbe Princess of Wales wears sizes I Don't listen to campaign lies against candidates, started on the eve ol elec tion. m.m Farmer Wade is having a bard fight. confident Of a victory. Senators Vest aud Cockrell have been making very effective speeches througn ont the state. ' ' Whan the Lodge bill threatens the very citadel of our libertles.every patrl otic mau shonld vote. As we have frequently pointed out Ttjei.e j j st. Louis anil Kaunas it is natural and easy .ludeed inevitable, (jity a goHuine revolt of tbo intelligent tbat Mr. larsney snoniu materially llCKroe8 eaiust the republican party. j.nw nltk Ih. (armarl' ami Inhnmru gim n iiu iiuv -. . nuiou. Just as natural and easy as it is unuatural aud difficult lor Mr. Twitcbell to do so, for the reason that Mr. Tarsney's party is in accord with the farmers' and laborers' union while Thn a rent miRinv to the DrOlirnHS ')t ' r - . the negro race is ignorance. That it is largely ignorant is not its fault, but this untamiliarity with books, history, political economy, anil those limits generally which an intolligciit voter THINK A MOMENT. Think a moment. The manufactures of this country amounted, last year, to seven billions of do)lars-$7,000,000,00 00. The average tariff tar was n in cent. Our republican irienda say the tantl ioes not enuaiice me - the lull amount ot the duty, they trrow very red in the face aeceiting Mr. Twitcbell' party is in autagouisin ought to know have for oyer twenty tUia, Well and good; let us frankly Dui Nil 'I met 1 B w ot 1 thei a ho rin) a. 1 an 1 1 'A ,1 iiu s S I li ! H V I A . v 0 thereto. Mr. Tarsney's party opposes national banks, favors an increase of tbe amount ot money, favors free coinage of silver, favors Un.er federal taxes aud economy in public expenditures. Mr. TwllchetPs party is responsible for the existence of tbe national tanks, and continues to defend them as noccs- years enabled the republican party to admit that it does not. Certainly no use I he negro vote as a bludgeon with republican who has any respect, ior mi. whicli to accomulish purposes ollon I i, il, or lor bis own juiiginoui, win brutal and unjust. The brighter caim that prices are not enhanced an noiroes. even among those who are average of 10 per cent. Ihe manutiu uneducated, begin to see this, 'they turers are not altogether angeis, inoy ..... I .. r .1... ... i,o . .... limo uiiicn lhi civil .. ai ..( in ill row awav an Ol mu W 1 1 V7 VW lia u k . ....... u...vw iii u ll VI " " ' war has there been any national repub- advantage given to them by the tariif. lio.n mriv xcnnt bv aid of the negro Thnv nnrnlv do not spend imireuse oIh. and. as Milton Turner pointed Lump lobbying for high rates in ' - . . ... ... : . .. .. r In Ul Inula ll.nv l-prTlO-lllzn I lift! I faeiff mflrn V IOr IllBir IICUIllli "" Ulll III KJl. .-.K .....J . v . .1.1 . . ...w.v. Tlio democratic party has always been careful in its logislntion for tlio interest of labor. This is only natural, as it has ever been composed tlio working people. In democrat -whiir times it was the boast of the whigs that they were the blue-bloods, transaction of business. 1 am in favor vs n acuusiiuu wa ibi hi uuiicb iuw standard now maintained, and whole system should be abolished. 1 am in favor ot the government provid ing sufficient currency to give us a circulating medium sale and well secured and in sufficient volume to facilitate the wholesome transaction of the business of the country. Too much of a circulating medium is as injurious as too little. What we want is the amount that will allow of a healthy sarv lor me ininre wueu iu uu u Everv store you enter nowadays to uvoiTes the principle that a public make purchases is filled with protests deUt is a publlo blessing; it is opposed lneinKer. Di their race whose services to philanthropic considerations aval mt the MoKlnlev bill. I to any expansion ot the circulating h B reDbiicau imrtv entitle them to tho No reasonable man will deny medium, because u is a 1001 oi cuuceu- Dri,,c;DaiBhiD in important offices aro manufactures are ennanceu m vaiuc uS Judge Pyau is man ot aWUty ana Ualed weanh, which desires that now ,h0 iallitor8 0f meu who should ot tho larlfl more than 10 per cent., but let ns consider the result to rue peopio that , man ot ability ana . wealth, which desires that grit. The way he is lambasting Pr luouey BUall be scarce and dear; it is righ,g exchange places with them ' old Wade la pitiful to behold. Mr.Blaiue is on the stump explaining that reciprocity is not free trade, bat his explanation does not explain Mr. Blaine' doesn't say much In Uh.lt nf thA Mr.Klnlev bill. How could be after denouncing It as an opposed to free coinage of silver, which it has twice demonetlaed, nrsi in ia, and again iu 1890; it lathe champion Lr t.irh taxes, which, despite tbe V. F protests of Mr. Blaine, the U lobe -Dem ocrat, Mr. I'lnmo ana a iew umui ol its more rational leaders, it again The intelligent negro does not askthat I at that rate. The value in the open the ignorant of bis race shall be recog- markets ol the worHI upon seveiuy nized, indeed the more discerning HVe per ceut. of onr manufactures uegro is even willing to see tho fran- would afford a profit, as npou at least chlse limited in the south upon a basis n,at proportion thereof the aristocracy, while the democrats were maito ot coarser slnfl. Since republican days that party has largely huou composed of tho very ncti and thn very poor. .The citias are generally republican, while the country is demo cratic The rich manufacturer and railroad operator is naturally a repub lican tnat party votes him subsidies. In return they bleed when occasion demands for tho purpose ot enabling tbi Filleys and Dudleys to purchase ami marshal at the polls their blocks of five. n Missouri tho republican party was once in power. Willi all its present boasts it never faxed a railroad one dollar when it could, and it absolutely failed to pass any legislation in behall of work-people. Since the democratic parly came into of education as a greater iuccntivo to ina nnoule to imtirovo themselves in ..... - - nuwlse measure. Tho passage of the Lodge force bill Blectl trv. Vote for Mr. opposed to all snob measures we can com pote With tho worla,aim upon sucu sharo of them as goes abroad wo are now so competing. However, it will be observed wo are not figuring on that basis, but adding 37 per cent., or whatever is uecessarv ol that sum upon raised in 1890, unnecessarily, and when jn(eUCtf jn irugality, and iu all which it had lust come Into power wnn au g ,Q make up go0(1 ciiiZonship. overflowing treasury, money sayeu 10 Th0 nejjroe9 0f Missouri know that ..r.t.1 ) Irea elections in this conn- the people by democratic care thoy do not owe their freedom to the "" I . . ... . f a v tf inMaas en.l 1 . - . o . i I . . . i 4 ii oonin Tarsuey, who isiinrui; u is a piny u republican party aione.amt even u mey ine particular arucie in -.v. wauton extraagauce, as is onuoumuiy diJ ll ev thilk thev hav0 aia the more, some less, in oraer to give thn fact that coming into nki..ii,m a ani-oino in that nariv oil m'otit hefoift our 10 ner cent, enhanced Mr. Reed Is asserting in his speeches . f. montha ago with a sur- mo ,..raii.iriinii Now. wlmn the mice is reached. What is Ihe consc- the right of the msjorlty to rule, o (he treMnry ot Gne hundred one objects to that, oui in oruer w minion dollars it Is already facing a the majority should be present uu dcncU, which it canuot avoid except voting. . I hv eating into sacred lands which it i ' foil j in Dnnrnom tlinQA QOrviPPR. I minnp.n? VVIlV ftimDlV thai (116 UiaUII- aud legislates against their interests as fact titers first get a fair profit, all they men, they feel as if it was time to assert I are entitled to, aud that get people nse. . Th. nnnhiinin nartv never bad a I uu ivj'm".- r I nrlnciDle. It has always been a party or expediency and policy. Anything a, tih It ior an tssne if Its leaders tbiuk they can make it win. high standard now especially upon the prime commodities that enter into the dally consumptions ol the people In order that the living ol j Ihe people may be cheapened. 1 am in favor of tbe free and unlimited coinage ot silver, the product of American mines aud American smelterb anil refilling works. t am in favor of tbe wealth ol tlio nation bearing its just proportion ol the cost of the maintenance of the g JV- eminent and to this end I am iu favor ol a graduated income tax. 1 am in favor of prohibiting non-resident alien ownership of lands in this country. Opposition to non resident landlordism Is hereditary with me, but 1 am not in favor of prohibiting emigrants who come to this country with tbe bona fido intention of becoming citizens irom acquiring titles to homes or lauds pending the period that under our laws they are required to reside here ueiore tbey cau throw off the character ol 1 Y. M. C. A. Items. The (lute of tlie next Y. M. u. A, reception bus not vet heen determined upon and will tin announced later. A llilile duns liai tieen started iu tbe as sociation snd will meet eacb Thurmluy even ing at 7:30 o'clock, (hie bour will be Kiven to stud j mid I hen a short time will be Npeut iu NiiiKinit. All men are Invited to atleud Ibe gospel meeting in Ibe Y. M. C A. parlors to-morrow at 4 p. iu. The quartette will furnish music for the meeting and a large attendance li deal red. Tbe week beginning November 9tb will be tbe week of prayer for tbe Y, M. C. A. throughout thn world. There will be cervices each evening dunug tbe week in Ihe parlor of the association and CbrHtain men are iu vited to meet the young men In these ser vices. Central Notes. BUSINESS ! BUSINESS! It lias been frequently stated tbat I am only temporarily at Lexington, and will soon" fold my tent and steal away. For several reasons, I have just arrived at the same conclusion my self. In fact, I have definitely fixed the time, and will go on or about DECEMBER 20th. Until that time, I will offer my entire stock of goods at actual FIRST WHOLESALE COST ! power.with the twenty-seventh general itl favor 0, the government owning or assembly, everything reasonable asked controlling (in tle sense of propriator- tlieii tbey their independence. Thev prided 10 per cent, more n ia nnt irnn that the McKinley bull hag no right to touch. themselves for years iu their freedom Who pays it? civoa na free sugar. it gives uj i welgD ine two parum wen, !" o person, now tney propose to snow oiop rigm ueru muuicu. u ...... a ...... niMn. hnt keens I nf r.aiavntta conntv : Contrast Cleve-1 i,.i i,av hivn nnnaninnena Ami brains Tho manufacturer charges up his re uucti irco wi -a --j - uw - - . the tax on the refined sugar which the I land's proposed tariff with the exorbi-1 which they can nse without the leader- two profits to the wholesaler; the taut one made by Mr. Mcmniey; con- , of tbe repnblicau heelers who wholesaler adds bis prout no cannot trait I '.tpvnland'a frnsralitv ilOO.000,-I ai0ni;nn attnr in.Hnn havA nnt ballots I verv well work for nothing, and as a 000.00 surplus with the uarrison- j lneir hands. Of course the crass and matter of fact ho does uot; ine retaner Iteed McKinley result of dencll ; I ignorant will not be readily moved, has to pay one profit to the wholesaler, contrast Cleveland, bigger than tbe Thev know nothing ol tariffs and force and two profile to the raanulactnrorjhe politicians, a fearless, Independent bills: tbey only recognize their old then in turn adds bis prout ami me execntive.with tbe poor, pnny,insigmfi leaders; tbey are prejudiced, somewhat goods are ready lor the consumer.who, Tha democratic county ticket is an I Cant creature who has succeeded him, I by truths and more by lies, and it is I when be takes an article, aud pays for excellent one tbroughont. It Is In no I and who is tbe laughingstock: ot ine hard to move them; but the thinking, danger, of course, at any point, bnt it I aDle men ot bis own party. Ask I reading negro is beginning to ask bim hould be the pride or tne pany u yourself wnetner it is more uurueua 8eif, where is ine Doneut tnat was secure for it a rousing big majority. I that yon need, or relief from those you promised me from a high tariff, by : I have, and if it is the latter go to we Major Warner, or by Mr. Filley? I Reciprocity. Mr. Blaine, accoraing to i xt Tnesdav and vote for John 1 hiv watted a lonir Hme to see it. Mv yoar plan, ia a connaence game oi w y xarsney, even though yoo never wages are no higher. I must pay more England played against the west, xne vote(j democratic ticket before. l(or my bat, my shirt, coat aud panta for by labor has been granted, and the following laws have been placed on Ihe statute books: An act to protect cotiVwretors, sub contractors and laborers in theirelaiius against railroad companies or corpora tions, contractors or siin-coniraciors. Approved March 21, 17:? An act lo amend section ten o chapter sixtv-tiiicc of tho general statutes of the stale of Missouri, the same being section ten, ot srticle two, chapter thirty-seven of Wagner's Siatiiles.entitlcd-'ltHilroail companies." Approved March 22, 173. To seenro sub-contracfors and laborers. An act for the protection of miners and owners of mineral lniuls, am', lo regulate and encourage mining. Ap proved March 27. 175. An act to establish and declare the ship)tbe railroads and transportation lines ot the country, bucn ownership by the states has always proved disas trous to the states. It is not sound policy to extend unnecessarily the lunctions of government or to multiply tho agencies of government. Tbe less the people are governed tho happier they will be, and the less tho govern ment interferes with those thiugs that naturally pertains to the private busi ness atlalrs of the people the more prosperous will tbe country be. There is no constitutional warrant for the government owning the railroads, but there is constitutional warrant under tbe power to regulate commerce for tbe government to regulate tbe inter state business of tho railroads and protect the people from their aggres sions aud oppressions. I do not know ot any other propoei- all tho first coat aud all the snao". has been "given away," how- I T i. time for yoo to be a man; to inons. bnt where is mv benefit? I can ever, m yon will perceive on ntovemoer i bake ofl the preadicesot tbe past, not see it." 5th. ... I Tbey tell you to vote as you shot, some I And thus they begin to reason; and it. pays profits. It is plain enough; Isn't lit ine consumer pays all. It all at last falls ou him. There is no escape from this conclusion. Then what is this enhanced cost to be considered? A tax, ot course; ust as much a tax as though it was gather ed by the collector aud paid into the public treasory. liut does it go into J . 0,atl0ll -a-ingt excessive tariff of you, bnt they tail to point out to wnere truth, honor, fairness and reason tbe public treasury? Not at all. How, 1- " . I Dnn that tinu. are belnir ahot in the aia Ihorn can Ka nr. PAnnhlinan nartv. I a IftX And UOt fifO iDtO tllO pllbHc trCilB- 5 - yourself on tbe aide of the people back by the monopolist, and political yuursou v- '" . rm , I m whosA rauacilv and ras- YouDg man,pnt I yon wat you are being ahot in the I are, thare can be no republican party. '1 'I i.- i f low money thogs, whose rapacity and ras among wuum v hi - - ... npnmnnt call? means of ouuuviuibM . a I taxes and espenditares, a lax and not go into tho public treas nry? Certainly; it is a tax; it is assess- There never was in this country, any ed and levied by tbe government, but retaining power are a I other political body so unscrupulous iu it is collected and enjoyed by tbe man .1. . . . ... i . i . . - 0mip menace to tree government I ii efforts to maintain Itsell in power as I nf act urer alono. inis is tue immoral respective rights of miners and owners I ,iou iu your resolutions which pertain and lessees oi mineral nun n regulate mines and iniuiug and define the offense ol unlawfully converting or disposing of ores or minerals, and lo repeal act of March 27, 1S7S. Approv ed March 2(, 1X77. An act to provide that no properly shall bo exempt from seizure aud sale ndcr execution for persoual services eudered in the capacity ol house servant or common laborer, to an amount not exceeding ninety dollars. Approved March Ifl, 1X77. An act to better secure ine wages oi Uborers and operatives. Approved April 215. 1877. An act to amend chapter zui oi ine general statutes ol Missouri, (lHb.rO entitled "of offenses against public and private property, by adding a nc section, etc. Employment agencies. Anorovcn March 20, lHit. An act to amend chapter ia., u. a mechanics' liens, approved April 2, 1M77. An act to regulate conditional sales ol personal property (sewing machines, marcbing onward side by side fighting to-day than all the anarchists and is the republican party. To that end it Br tbe death of 8. II. Bobertson, of I communists from the Penobscot to tbe I will do anything that is thought Versailles, Ky, five heirs in Marshall, Mo. Mrs. Geo. A. Bruce, Mrs. Mero ditb Marmaduke, Wm. R. Bruce, sfdnav T. Bruce and Uobert Bruce- will receive $75,000. The Globe-Democrat has persistently opposed the advances in the MoEinley bill, bnt, like the Chicago Tribnne. as t'ie election approaches It swallows us own words. Some of these have been pretty hot, and must born its gullet as they jo down. Golden Gate the money thugs, who as Mr. Sobnrz points out, are making rri I onr country ricn ana roiieu. iuoi Roman cltiaen was once as proud ot his republic as we are of ours. His tory tells os how It fell it became rich and rotten. Tbe money of the aristo crats corrnpted first themselves and then the plebeians. Now we have an artatocracv of wealth, created by the feature of the tariff; this is why it is instly called a robber tariff; this is wberein, like a thief, it takes from one man, witbont his conseut, his bard- earned dollars, needed lor his family's maintenance,and gives tbem to another aud that other already wealthy, whose necessities do not require them. We desire to write calmly, but a more necessary. Boodleism, Uudleyism, Fat-Frying, Blocks-of Five, Filleylsm, are recognized synonyms for the party It buvs elections and calls it virtue. It elevates to power self-convicted cor ruptionists like Blaine and Quay. It steals seats In congress without a compunction of conscience, and laughs scoundrelly proceeding one can scarce at men, like Cbeadle and Kerr, who y imagine. As Judge Miller so well have scruples. Congressman Wilson, pointed out, no language is too strong class legislation of the republican party, of West Virginia, an orator, a gentle- to apply to it hich onblnsbingly bays tbe successes man aud a scholar, who is above the Now to sum np: The entire revenue of tbat organization from tbe sans petty arts ot tbe demagogue, lells the qf the United States, last year, from Mr. Fergnson represents lower taxes i cnlolles and canaille which are always i means that are being lateen to ueieat excise taxes ana irom custom was and economical expenditures of public j gule, and which in so many places, his re election thus: "The internal $387,050,058.00. This was the amount money. Mr, Downs represents high Dold tbe balance of power, especially revenue gang are hot after me and tbe of money paid as taxes in lw'J by the taxation and lavish appropriations jn tD0 slums and dives ot the cilios, struggle as a result is close In my dls- people, which went iuto the treasury from tbe federal treasory. Independent wiere Ihey are known" apd sought, trict. At Wardeuville, Hardy county, aud was used for public purposes; but voter, think it over, and go and vote .nd bought by such men as Filley and they actually have had one mau watch- whilo tney were paying this sum, lor Mr-Ferguson. I Dudley. Ing one barrel of whisky tor months enormous all must aomUa WO peopio . r - -; . ... I The Deroetuitv of republican institn- after the distillery had been closed and paid as a tax, In the eubauced price oi r'. .?. J.: .u ' ""..," lions depends onon the reboke of the the machinery moved away. It is a manufactures $700,000,000.00, uot reciprocity luoa., , uu. l"-""" ! . : . , m, I , r. tm. n I. IT S l).ii ,illr l hih went into the treasurv : ., . JL- U.Ulnl.lf tltll I UartV UI IUO IIUU UI WLIVi ..... ,uIL-UU IIH.Ii " w I I v. .. .. j , Twitcbell represents it; Mr. Tarsney and from June 6 to October 1 he was every cent ot which found its way into bjtore the peorle Is the McKinley bill of which he said: "Oar foreign market for breadstoffs grows narrower. There is not a section or line In the entire bill tbat will open the market for another bushel of wheat or barrel of pork." U. 8. opposes it. Vote for Mr. Tarsney. Judge Thurston sawed the air tbe other day at St. Joseph when be ar raigned a democratic newspaper for saying tbat an American citisen had a II haa hMtn decided bV IM U.O. ingui to purcusw ju urn w,-F tntr r,nrt that the law passed by tbe market. He replied that no man bad last general assembly .requiring express a right to cheapen tbe labor of another nmn.nU. tft nav a tax of 2 per cent, to a starvation point, and illustrated by of their incomes Is valid. Tbe aoditor alluding to we poor neeoiewmau wuo of state and attorney general are stitches her lire out on smris at a mere entitled to great eredit for pressing this pittance. Intelligent people generally, matter to a successful Issue, against ana mis poor, oyerworawi wu.u .u . .. . .1.1 i i - I narilnnlai.. arnnM MIta thn anread-eairle nuinoer Oi too auieai t" "i rmm r - Misronrl. DM tod ever think of it, farmer friend, tbat all tbe prominent republi can leaders are rich, while most of tbe democratic ones are poor, like Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Bayard, Mr. Randall, Mr. Carlisle, Mr. Mills, Mr. Holman and Mr. Bland? It is natural. The repub licans are on the make. Look at tbe 1 records of Messrs. Blaine, Sherman, Carnegie and Elklns. If ever there was time when demo crats shonld be wide awake and Indig nant it is now when Tom Reed wants kept at Zopp's old distillery at 92 a I the pockets of the manuiaciurers day. ostensibly lo guard tbat barrel of Is it any wonder that I resident spirits, bnt really to do political work Cleveland, deemed a question which for the republicans near there. At presents such stupendous imposition Cliue's distillery one Baker was a as being tbe most important one f r tho storekeeper and ganger to watch a few people lo consider? gallons of whisky and engage iu poli- Is it any wonder that we have created tics. Indeed., it Is a common thing, I m the conutry a moneyed aristocracy have sot the facts in my possession, is it any wondpr that out ol a subsidy subscribed to In some cases aud sworn of $700,000,000.00 per year the uianu to so tbat they can not be controverted, facturers can well suffer millions worth Thst is the kind of campaign they are ot fat to be fried out of them to carry nrautnir against me and the other dem- elections: other millions to tnako " -& - -m D I ocratlo candidates In my statu. One wealthy their atturnoys ana auvooates more instanco wilt suffloo. One Peronal, the Blaincs.Shermaus, Iteeds, Wiudouis a deputy collector iu Hampshire and Morrllls; and still other millions to . . I . . . ( county, speaks for bis party at nights enrich, session aner session, tuo icsse and whenever It is considered nocessa- fry of congressmen who do tnoir ma speaker to point ont In what section or liue of tbe McKinley bill the American seamstress is protected from the rapac- a a - mi t l.y oi ner lasgmaster. mere . u wm.k ,ho , ,he ,,, ? sucn provision, uraiory may ayycoi . .' . aII ,J M llnn nonla (.aestionil there Is worth against us. I am not intimidated hell, but no Just persou, that has the bv it. bnt the facts are of interest intelligence to see aud realize Ihe euor to the public." And theie are the civil mlty of this systom of spoliation and service reformers for whom such meu briuerv will oyer do so, as Mr. Swift abandoned Mr. Cleveland. to prejudice and ignorance, but when the republicans Import a speaker into Missouri tbey shonld remember that in this state their word doesn't "go ' merely because It is labeled republican, and that there should be at least a little common sense in what they say. For somebody, sometime there will come a day of retribution. Reciprocity is all right. Reciprocity is the democratic purpose, and has been for years. Mr. Blaine in adopt- When Mr. Blaino descends to the assertion tbat the democrats are more Judge Thurston, of Nebraska, came concerned to advance the Interest of over to help the republicans of the England than ot tbe United States he to apply his qaorom counting process . . IDpjy abandoned his protec- becomes a pettifogger and domagog ue. to the counting or congressional returns. Three million majority In tbe popular vote wonld be insufficient to carry the lower boose of congress for the democrats it Tom Reed's super visors did tbe counting. We have bad a sample of his style la the contested election eases, tion pulley as concerns those countries with which he wishes free trade reciprocity. Tbe trouble- with Mr. Blaine, bide it as he may, is, that he wants to so manage the reciprocity as that it shall benefit his beloved New Eugland, at tbe expense ot tbe west. It is tbe same old long, only set to a new tone. No one has ever accused Mr. Blaine ot being very honest, but be is nobody's fool, and bis little stakes away down Ilk Judge Milo Blair'a court, In Seda- lla,a few days ago, a yonng lawyer was ntahit a witness should be allow ed to answer a certain question. He are principally planted was ordered to sit down bnt reinsed to east comply, saying juagu oiair wtuiu ..m Tfae late jaiUce Miler, an appointee compell him to do so. Judge Blair.who of Mf Linco,Di , an offlo, opinion, la 60 years old, lumped np and forced ald this down as the law:-" To lay tbe young man to take his seat, men h . . nand the of th0 0 ensned a rongh and tumble fight, tbe BPnment on ihe property of the citizens. Judge. lntheaesenceoianomcer.pot- and w,th tne ciher to bestow it upon ting the lawyer ont of tbe court room However be was finally allowed to 'return and tbe case was resumed. The republicans of this coonty are a good deal demoralized, bnt tbey are under absolute control and discipline and can be weilded by their leaders like a club; Don't let tbem tool you into believing tbat they are asleep, or tbat tbe Tbeiman and anti-Tbeiman and toostoffice quarrels will keep them from voting. Field Marshal Tbeiman, Major General Welborn, and Colonel Downs will march 'em np all along tbe line. w have not the Australian ballot sys m et to compel 'em to do their own voting. They will come with their ....I. K.iinia folded no in their vest lime u."v" pockets. favored individuals to aid private en terprise and build np private fortunes is none tbe less a robbery because it is done under the form of law and is call ed taxation." There were at the last election 100,000 more democrats than republicans iu tho conutry, and a million more white republicans, yet Mr. Blaine would have bis audiences believe that all tho love of conntrv U conllued to his own parly. Mr. Blaino is in very poor con dition lo question motlvos. He would do well to slick to argument, however specious and shallow. Democrats, do uot decelvo your selves into bclioving that the republi cans are idlo. They are slick aud sly, as we have had occasion lo find out in this congressional district neiorc. Every democrat should vote next Tuesday. Old and young. Sick and well. Halt and lame. Every patriotic man who is opposed to the McKinley abomination and the noiige urce oui should record his disapprobation by his ballot. Take care, democrats! Take care! Mr. Filley has been playing a sneak Rnnnhltr.an fridnd. if von are against I ..nn ll has been very still, but he th force bill and the tariff bill vote h.. i.,. sawing wood. His instruction with us. You think we are right and your old party wrong. Well, be manly about it, vote for what yon believe to be right. Vote ihe and Yonng mon, start right. democratic ticket next Tuesday, place yourself abreast of tbe times and with tbe people of the west. Gov. Fransis has been doing good work for democracy on the stump during tbe past two weeks. is to swap everythiug for the legisla ture. Spot any man culling himself a democrat who would trade a vote against your nominee for the legisla ture The Globe-Democrat affects to believe that Mr. Kinsey will bo re-elected. If the remainder ol its political information is as reliable as this its patrons will ho badly looled on Novem ber 4. KViiirth district elect Ford, and made a speech at 81. Joseph which set a cer tain class of republicans wild, and yet his talk was the veriest gush and rot Ho claimed all of the prosperity of the country for thirty years lor tho repub lir.an narlv and protection. Heasoiiiii iiiuerscly from Thurston's premises would arrive at a conclusion like this From 1810 to ld20, ten years, Missouri increased in population over per cent.; Irom 120 to 18110 increased over 100 per cent Irom 1830 to 1840 it increased abou 100 per cent. We bad no repul Iicaii party in Missouri in those days About the latter dale (he republics parly began to appear, since which Missouri has never grown so rapidly -,clin the existence of a republica parly in Missouri lias lotardeil growth ami blasted Its prosperity. vrr linn sap. The Globo-Doinocrat preteuds waul to sue Mr. Joy elected in th eighth district. As a matter of tact I docs not. It really wants everything branded Filley destroyed. If it would just keep still tho desirable consumma tion would be attained, but its war on I'ohlmaii is making bim voles. A Card. Kihiok I ntklliuknc'KK: Through your columus I Willi to annouueo uiyielf m u imu. tlkltt'b fur re-eleutlon to Hie olllce of luxliim ol the Peace lor lxiimton IowubIiIp, kul'Ji ct to the nut loo of the legal voters of nalil town ship, at the veneral election to be held Nov. 4. 1H!H). I am known to vou all hiiiI ask nil of your volt's. IteHiircllullV, octlsU Ukanvillr CLAvrotf, to national attairs or to national policios aud it would not comport with propriety lor me to express officially my views upon questions to be consid ered and determined exclusively within local legislative Jurisdictions. I may only add tbat I have watched wi'h pleasure tbe organization and growth of yonr union. I regard it as a school ol the highest value in teaching the truth concerning the great, economic questions involved in tbe politics of our country and I never feared danger to tho democrat party from tbe growth and development ot your order as an instrument of educa tion ; for education of the people and a knowledge by them of tbe true solution of the questions now involved in the politics ot the country could only result in the triumph of democratic principles and policies, and therefore we nod to-day tbat the cardinal doctrines ol tho democracy aud the cardinal doc trines ot the farmers' aud laborers' union are identical, and both are MlKft Bryant made a trip to Independence I ant Monday. MlBxeH May and Adelvn Condon spent Mon day with their parents, who reside In the I city. Hiss Hone Wheat ley wu pleasantly iiir- prised one day Ibis week by a yint from ber mother. The Clem, tbe olllclal orgun of this institu tion, will be sent out to sooner ibe tbe first of next week. Rev. W. S. Woodard.of Sweet Sprinfpi.took dinner at tbe college.Tuesday.wilh bis daoKh- I ter, Mips Mamie. Miss Annie Thomas spent Sunday and Mon day with ber aunt. Mrs. Francisco, whone I borne is Dear this city. Mlita Cnrnfiiiv. nur vni.l lonnlioi- left lout I ssturdav for few davs' visit to tier home, in M'oth well and favorably known to the public of Lexington, will Neosho, she returned Thursday evening. Ibe found at my store at all times, and will testify tbat I have Miss Florence ciemmcns. of our tacuit not re-marked mv izoods, but that the original first mice. Daid bcu nimr oujiiu. iinra dbhhiu. -leuuiu none and Lizzie Clemmens spent last Sunday at their homes. Last Saturday evening, Miss Dickey Apper gOD, while In tbe midst of play and frolic, had tbe misfortune to fi.ll in such manner, as to receive some very bad bruises ou ber cheek and sboulder. We overheard a conversation between two of our new girls a few days ago; one remark ed, "I haye attended man? different schools, but I have to study harder here at Central than f did at any of tbe others." She paid our college a hieh and merited compliment. whether or not sbe intended to do so. Mr. Editor, we are quite proud of our girls this year. All, with hardly an exception. are studious, and seem to realize that tbey have come to aabool to work and not to play. Some one. Id speaking of tbe college, has re. marked that "Prof. Jones must have bunted up only the good girls ol the country." This is not a bogus sale, or a sharp advertisement to catch itmdfl. Tt in n Vtnnn-firla nolo In turn rmrH a inln raoi p.Iia. than imove them elsewhere. To prove this I have posted on the walls 1 'nf m tr ctAfa MY COST MARK ! the actual and genuine mark, showing first cost of the goods. W. G. EGGLESTON & THOS. CRENSHAW. by me to the manufacturer and wholesaler, is honestly and cor rectly marked upon the goods. And you can get them at those prices without reserve. Look at the Cost Mark on the wall, pick out your own goods and be happy. THIS IS YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. Don't miss it. It will scon be past. William-Jewell Literary Society Open Session. Owing to the shape of my store, more than half of my stock is out of sight. Don't think I havn't got a thing because you don't see it. Ask for it. I have Ac.l Approved April 2, 1877, An act to establish a bureau oi laoor latlslics. Approved May 19, 1M79 Convict labor not to bo usod onlsido prison walls, etc.. section it, oi act providing for government of peni'eii tiary. Approved Mav 31, 1879. An act to provide lor the payment oi wages of labor in th lawful money ol he United State. Approved Aiarcn 26. 1881. An act providing for tho health and safety ot persons employed In coal mines, and providing tor the inspection of ihe same. Approved March 2.1, iai An act lo establish a bureau of labor and Inspection of factories, mines and workshops and lo repeal article i, etc.. -Iiaplcr 154 H S. 1H79. Approved Marcb 23. 1883. An act to amend an act to provide for tbe payment ot wages ot labor iu lawful money. &c. Approved Marcb ill. 1885. An act for the preservation of health of female employes. Approved March, 1885. An act In amend t-ec. 11, acts of 1881 relating to health and salely of persons Mnployed in coal mines. Approved March 20, 1885. An act to resolute the woixlimx ol oal at mines. Sec. Approved March 18, 1885. An act requiring It. It. corporations, mining companies, &c, &c, to give notice of reduction of wages. Approv ed Marcb 31. 1885 An act to provide uui.'orin rules lor the measurement of earth works, masou y, etc. Approved Marcb 31, 1885. An act amending section 3176 .article 1, chapter 47, and extending tune for tiling mechanics' liens, Approved March 4, 1885. An act to. provide for "Training schools lor Minors." Appoved March 31, 1887. Au act to establish tbe "otato Indus trial Home lor (iirls." An act amending tho law relating to inspection, mauagnuaeut, etc. ,ol mines Approved March-30, 187 An act to require manntactiifcrs.etc lo report to labor bureau. Approved March 4, 1887. An act lo provide lor the protection ol abandoned, ill-treated and friendless children. Approved April 15, 18.s9. An act to provide lor a board of mediation and arbitration for settle uiont of differences between employes and employers. Approved April 11. 1889. An act to prohibit the importation of armed men or associations of men into this state for tho purpose of police duty (I'inkerions ) Approved June 10,1889. We have not time to dilate upon the importance of this legislation, but even a casual glance over the laws them selves by any falrmimlod friend of lubor will show that tho Missouri democracy has been prompt to respond lo that element iu its ranks;, and, in the very nature of the case, it will ever coui intm to be so. the battles of Ihe weak multitude against the oppressions of the oppnlent aud powerful tew; fighting tbe battles of tbe millions against tbat party tbat represents only tne interests ot a class few iu numbers bnt powerful in influ ence, and who tbrongb tbe machinery ot tbe republican party lays tribute upon tbe earnings of tbe toiling mil lions tbat selfishly tbey may swell tbe colossal fortunes builded by legislation in tbe interest ot their exclusive class. Tbe tanners' aud laborers' union can not expect relief from the evils tbey complain of or obtain the reforms which they demand tbrongb tbe agency ot tin republican party or by tbe aid ot any republican representative. They must look atone to tbe democratic or ganization and to democratic represen tatives. A republican representative, no matter bow sincere in bis desire to see your principles embodied into law, would be powerless to aid you. lie would baye to antagonize the gieat majority of bis fellow republican representatives aud place himself iu rebellion against bis party organiza tion. Do tbe precedents of the past give warrant lo tbe hope tbat tbeso great reforms will be thus accomplished' Mr. Uutterworih, of Ohio, was a sincere tariff relormer, but Mr. Butler worth succumbed to tbe awfnl influence of the governing force of lbs republican or gauitatiou aud voted for the McKinley bill, tbe very antipodes ot tariff reform. Mr. I'ayson, ol Illinois, was a sincere aud eloquent advocate of tbe free coin ago of silver, but under tbe same force and influeuoo voted to suspend the coinage and demonetize silver. A democratic representative would baye to antagonize tbe policies ol bis party aud rebel against its organisation Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Underwear, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trimmings, . sitr'Kou; Buttons Cloaks, Jackets, Corsets, Rubber Coats, Overshoes, Hosiery, Curtains, Table Linens, Gloves, and other things too numerous to mention. Ho'ise called tu order. Prayer. Roll call. Chorus William Jewell Glee Club KeadltiK of the Minutes. Address by tbe President. Piano solo: Heckenru-iichen,"...F. Splndler Miss A I ha Newman Tableau Recitation: " Blacksmith' Miss Mollie Powell Vocal solo: a. "Ir.h Grnlle Nlcbt." Schumann i b. "Thine Kves to Blue and Tender.".. Miss Herts Richardson. Tableau: "Flower of Ibe Family." Pantomimp. Rastav: "Heroes of To-Dav." Miss Elute Nine. Statuary- "Ruth and Naomi.' Vocal solo: Selected Miss Harrielte Jewell. Taper: MlNse Kale Collins and Maude Burden. Piano solo: fMsrtsd... "CondonV Reading, with latileau. "Dream of Fair Women." Prof. C. C. Parker. Adjournment. The above dellKhtful programme wis ren- itttred by ibe young ladies of the Wtlllnm Jewell Literary Society of Baptist Female College in the college cbspel last Monday night. Tbe chapel room wa very comfort ably crowded with tne friends and patrons of tbe college, and each and eyery ono went I away at the close of the evening's pleasures I feeling that it was good la have been there. Kach and every nu miter was executed in tbe very best manner and reflected great credit upon the ladies composing tbe society and i heir tescDers. At tbe close of tbe pro gramme Prof. R. K. Ulnford announced tbat the young ladies would be allowed to con verse with their friends, wbicb announce ment was hailed with delight, especially bv tbe young gentlemen. The privilege thus granted was productive of no disorder and was a very pleasant feature of the entertainment. The following are the officer! of the society for the ensuing five months of school: Miss Alice B. Peak, president; Miss Maude Bur den. vlce-rreiident ; Miss Anna Ragan, sec retary; Miss Nellie Hurley, cor. secretary; Miss Marian Duval, treasurer; Miss Nellie Dryden, censormorum; Mr, Msxwell Blake, business mauager. Ushers: Mary Uoblnsoo. Annie Hickman, Florence Wallace. Daisy Francisco. Come early and get rour choice. Everything goes at don's" Yours truly, FRANK C. CONDON, MAIN STREET, LEXINGTON. ARTISTS' MATERIAL ! it he did not support the measures your T " Q,rIrrtT order demands, because tbe governing L, Jj J , Q . VJL 1 1X1 06 VVJ. force ol his .party is In favor of such measures of reform. I am, with great respect, yours truly, JOHN V. X ABSNKY. Bucklen's Arnloa Salve. The brat Sulve m Ibe world for Cuts. Itiuiitrs, Sores, Uliwn. Salt Itheuiu, Fever Sores, Tetter, Cbuieil Hands, Chilblains, Corns, uml all .Sklu Kriiitiona, and positively curea 1'llt-a. or no pay required. It la guaranteed to give per- tecx satisfaction, or ironvy refunded. Price I twenty dve cents per box. For sale by Lcroy Fanner. ocilSyl A novelty. Tbe Infallible Female Wafers are sate. pleasant and curative. Tbey ceruinly have a specific influence. For sale bv octtlU D. W. B. Tkvis, Druggist. TARSNEY AH0 THE TARMEE. Tbey Ntand Together. Tbe farmers' and laborers' union of lolinsou county recently presented to Con 'ressiuan John (J. Tarsney a set ol resolutions with the request that be sinn them. The resolutions touched upon Questions both national and local Appended is his reply clearly sotting tortb bis views: lr. 1. IK Klein;, prexhlfiit Johnson co u nli fanners'' and laborers union, Wurrenxbury, Jlo. Kansas City. Mo. . October M.-My Dear loctor: Tlio resolutions ol the tunnels' and laborers' union of this congressional district recently present ed to uio by yourself, aud concerning which vou requested a strleiiieut ot my views, have been considered by mo. I have not a copy of those resolutions with mo to enable me to reply llieiet" in detail, and theielore can only do so from memory. II 1 remember uililil the lirst resolu lion demands the repeal of the national hanking system. The nulional bduUiiiu svslein embraces many admirable ami beneficial features, but coii'ains one feature which in its application and practical workings prniiuces an evil which outweighs all its bciiellls. I refer lo the provisions wlm-h giu to Ihe hanks the power of coiiC'ticling or expanding '.he currency at their pleas ure by the surrender of a part ol llielr circulation when to lneir interest, and Ihe restoration ol the security aud putting out their lull million.! d circu lation when to their iiileresl This leature should be abolished or the Pasteur Camphorated Arnica Salve la absolutely the Poorest Salve on Karlb, but if you abould ue It Tor Cut3, Hums, Piles, old Kiinnmg Sorca, and vou Ibink it ia better than anv Halve vou ever used, wby vou will find plenty of othera who are of the same opinion. It will cost you nothing unlesi tbe consumer days so. Uuaranleeu. ror sale uy i;nane w . I.oimia. aepteyl You are in a Bad Fix liul we will cure vou if you will pay us. Our message is to the weak, nervoua and debilitated, who. by early evil habit, or later indiscretions, baye trifh-d away their vigor of body, mind and manhood, and wbo suQer all those effects which lead to premnture decay .consumption or Insani ty. If this meaua you, aend for and read our Hook of Life, written by the greatest spccinliat of the day. ami sent (saaled) for alx cienta in tain na. Ir. Parker's Medical anil Surgical Institute. I'd North Spruoe street. Nashville, Teun. auglliiyl Found. The infnllible Female Waters are a uew discovery. Safe, pleasant and curative. Try litem aud you will be pleased. For sale by oct 1 IU D. W. B. Tkvih, Druggist. IflKATM. Best Sugar Cured Hum, IZ'ie- Heal Migar Curm B cakluat Bicon. 10c. Bi-Ht Ury Sit'l Uncoil, 7 He. 'reh Meats, S.'.'c down to 2 l.o. koahtkd roiit i:. Afrir.au Java, BXe. Karly Breakfast, 30c. Hlue Mountain, iUc. Nectai , :IUr. tirei-n I 'onVe, beat Rio, 'i.n'.. SIJttAR. Ui'iiniilHtnd. H pounds for SI. I.ikht Brown, hIiuobi white, H pounds lor SI. Dark llrown. III pon nils lorl. Cut Loaf, s pounds lor $1 rliverlziil, a psunda for l. nan. Muckerrl. :t lor 'i')0. Hal mon, l.rc, 20c and 2Ti-. Oysters, Hie and Mo. Cmilifd Mackerel, ,I2HC. Amirlran Sardines. 7u. Mustard Sardlnex, lis-.. Imported Sur.lnu'a, I jr.. TK ASS. B I I have just put in a large and elegant line of ARTISTS' MATERIALS which I am going to sell at very Low Prices, and ask a call from all interested in that lint. FINE -'.-TOILET-:-SOAPS. I have also added to my large and complete stock of Drugs and Chem icals a very elegant line of Toilet Soaps, low in price and elegant in quality. Call and examine our great leader, FARMER'S PALM BOUQUET, Three cakes in a box for 20cts, for which you pay at other places 50c. LEROY FARMER, Main St. Lexington. Mo. Bpsi liunpowder, HOo. liood (iunpnwdi-r, 5i', Fine Imperial, Young Hyson. 30c. Heat Oolong, Mi:. Heno, 7.V.. tiik rmsr ST1T. Perhaps you aro run down, can't eat, can't aleep. can't think, cnn't do anything to your aatialaclion, and you wouder what alia you. You should herd Ibe warning, you are taking the first step Into Nervoua Prostration. You nerd a Nerve Tonic and in Kli cli ic Bitters vou will 11 ii t Ihe eiact remedy lor restoring vour nervous system to Us normal, healthy condi tion. Surprising result, lollow the use of Ibis great Nerve Tonic and alterative. Your appe tite returns, good digestion Is restored, and Ihe L!ver and Kidney, resume neallhy action. Try a bottle. Price bOo at l.i roy Farmer's drug stole, no. Cull In and examine tbe St Ml hoys' suits at M. Urals'.. ocllstf Two hundred single eassliuere coat lor men aid boys, from 1 00 to t'i to at Henry Ulnauer's. "" New groceries, new dry goods, new hoots uiul shoes, new bats, caps and glove at J. K. Wiuu's, Dover, uclPJU TOHAfCOS. Slur, irc a pnund. llouey Bee, :tbe Leader, natural leal', xh-. Anchor, natural leaf. Sue. Cold Hope, falc. Tinsley'a Missouri Leaf, Mr.. Climax, 4.rie.. Yueatiin, MS). Twiat Hmokmg, line tobacco, 4nc ' im.S)t:I.I.ANKOI. ulivea. In bulk, Joe a pint. I'ieklen, In bulk, -too a khI. (juart Hollies Hilling. 1'op Corn. 4c. HeKl tandiea, 30e.. Mixed Camlv, U.n. r our pounds Hulled Oats, Sfto. Cold llusl, wusblnit compound, 0c. Three pounds Yermieella, 2"m'-, 'Hire pounds M icaroui , '.ita. r'our pnuntls tilareh, src. I 'lover Leaf ltlifiter, 40c. tiood Lobster ior&'ic. UiotMiliite Bills, a2"n. Vanilla. Chocolate and Lemon W'afrrs, Jilt.. Other cakes, l.'ic Lamp). 2&c to SI r,U. Lantern. MJf, eaeii. Oranffea and LeiimiiH, :Uii. a uo.en. swei't Cider, 'iUi: a gallon . 1'iiiidlea, IV-. Jellies ami Treaerves at your owb pviee. Mommy, "ic Beans, On. And everything else, loo iiiinMToua to men tion. In nur large and irenh atork. at correspon dingly low prie.es. Come unit be made happy. D. M. SMITH & CO., liroeeis and llulcbera, IJollegu SI., and Frank lin Avenue. MAKE BARGAINS AND YOU MAKE FRIENDS. No. i llioi liood 1 1 rea well. It FOIl sali:. 1 good paying lilinnthS lor nale. money In lie mane lo riaiil party. non. lor nelllim-. A gooil eliane.e lo no lliollire at IIiin ohVe. NOTICE. fM IK removal ol mvBeli ami lainllv lo Cinelu 1 nail will nol iu Ihe least inleilere with Hie luiMiiers ol m e.lolliing storo in Lexington l will tw in ehaine ol Mr. Hull. r Williamson anil my boiis. who have so lona been my assistants, an J I ex peel to be aide, by always being on III'-a-ruun.l l. puirliase balKi". V,' - IVYy" fO to Uif vuatouiers. MOUUIJ bllAlx,. Is one of the standing maxims or our business. VVeJunderswind the word Bargain to mean not only Cheap Goods, but (roods of High Quality, and every time we use the word Bargain we mean you to associate with it the ideas of QUALITY CHEAPNESS, which is the distinguishing feature of Ihe genuine, bargains we s r I 1 3 I. ... a. ! II.. tn oner. e oner oargains in an uepurimems, dui taut-ciany in Light Colored Stiff Hats, Men s and Boys' Straw Hats. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Low Cut Shoes and Slippers. Men's Low Cut Shoes, Silk. Umbrellas and Gentlemen's Gloves, SMTIH & BOLTON, FRANKLIN AVE.