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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JMTERBON CITY, MISSOURI
obPlptlon, $1.00 Pop Year,
T. G. Fulubbon, BusinosB Manager.
Thursday, February 27, 1890.
The democrats arc getting razzlc-dazzled.
Gov. Francis has gone to Wash
ington to look after tho World's fair.
Whenivek a party gets aroused as
the republicans arc, they mean business.
The republicans in Colo county
will narrv t.hiq ennntv In the full elec
tion. Mark it !
Aia indications point to a grand
gathering of the old soldiers at the
next encampment.
Wauden MonmsoN .has improved
Main street considerably, and will
continue the good work from time to
time.
The prospects for building this
season are excellent. All mechanics
will lind work plentiful and wages
good.
Clauke's hall will soon be ready
far city occupancy. Some very nec
essary improvements arc being
made.
If tho emperor of Germany had
taken tho advico of The Rei-ublican,
the election just held might have been
a victory for the crown. The advico
of the iron chancellor and Tub Re
publican can always bo relied upon
whenever it comes to questions of
statesmanship, cither at home or
abroad.
Tin: ic-election of Matt G. Rey
nolds as president of the league will
meet with general approval through
out the state.
Ovr.n 1,000 delegates attended the
league convention at Kansas City,
and it is to be regretted that Jefferson
City did not ask for the next conven
tion. Tn election for city ofllccs in
April will be under the new law the
Australian system bo that by tho
next election the voter will be famii
nr with it.
Much interest is manifested in the
efforts of Mr. Gould to hold on to the
M.'K. & T. It looks as if he is pre
paring to let her go. Jefferson City
won't kick.
Geo. W. Dltes, one of the dele
gates from this city to the league
convention, carried off the honors,
having been elected a delegate to the
national convention.
It is cratifvinK to note that the ex
pensc of making a political convass
arc not what thev were some years
ago, and the Australian system of
voting will rid politics of the "work
The new treaty between the
United States and Canada has be
come a fact, and the absconding
democrats will now have to suffer the
pangs of conscience, that heretofore
they knew nothing of. .Silcot is safe.
Wi: regret exceedingly that Col.
Tracy could not give Mr. Fred
Ruchrlc a position. The support
given Mr. Rtiehrle by the Tribune,
which was entirely unsolicited by
him, is no doubt responsible for his
bad luck.
A Chicago jury lias just found one
of the Cronin jury bribers guilty and
gave him three years in the pcuitcn
tiary. Somehow Chicago seems to
be able to get away with its law
breakers, notwithstanding the fact
that it is a wicked city.
The fact that The RiU'um.iCAN
knows something about tho political
pulse in Missouri was demonstrated
at the league meeting in Kansas Lily,
when the name of Major Wavner was
mentioned as the republican candi
date for governor of Missouii in
1892.
Chicago gels the" World' b fair by
a majority of seven. The result is
not a surprise to any one that kept
posted. Gov. Francis made an able
fight for St. Louis, but ho could not
carry all the dead weight that was
hung to his coat tail. Charge the
loss to Jones.
We again suggest the advisability
of extending the limits of the city to
their proportion. The giowth of this
city will show up to great disadvan
tage unless it Is done. Now is the
timo before the taking of tho national
census aro begun. City pride should
prompt this step if nothing else.
Some months ago The Republican
nnnounccd tliat Major Warner would
be tho governor of Missouri in 1892.
That wo accurately gauged tho pub
lic pulse wo leave to tho republicans
who attended tho league meeting at
Kansas City on tho lfllli Inst. When
Col. Thourstou mentioned the name
of the Major in connection with tho
governorship tho delegates almost
took tho roof off. Missouii will be
redeemed aud Warner will bo our
JJJ03CJ,
' In the death of John Jacob Astor,
who died suddenly of heart disease
in New York on Saturday last,
America loses its greatest millionaire.
His wealth is put at 200,000,000.
Ho is said to have been a man of
magnificent figure and commanding
presence, and a gentleman in all that
that word implies.
Phodate Judge J. II. Deircks,
who has made an excellent officer,
will, on account of his election to the
position of cashier of the Merchant's
bank, resign the probato judgship.
Tho candidates for tho place aro A.
M. Hough, George Wagner and Mr.
Maddox. As this is a democratic
fight wc don't suppose our advice
would count for much, but it is not
difficult to see who would make tho
best officer.
stinctlvtly felt of the back of Ills
neck, ntid tho result of the late Ricli
stag election showing 1,000,000 so
cialistic voters must have mado a cold
chill run down the back of Kmperor
William. William mado a big mis
take wltcn he supposed that his ve
hement proclamation would reduce
tho socialistic vote. An empire can
not stand on republican grounds,
Uismarek knows that by experience;
the emperor will learn it when it is
perhaps loo late.
It Is now announced officially from
Topckn, Kans., that Judge Foster of
tho United Slates circuit court, hns
authorized the receivers of tho M. K.
& T. R. K., to lease to tho Missouri
Pacific railroad tho track of that road
from Holdcn, Mo., to Paolo, Kans.,
for an annual rental of $27,500, pond
ing the final settlement of tho affairs
of that road. Holdcn Herald.
Mil
Dm
TINGS,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Maj. Jas. McGinnis of St. Louis,
urged the election of Sedalia on ac
count of its central location and rail
road facilities, lie believed that on
account of its location Jefferson City
was the best place in the state for
holding state conventions, but 83 that
city had not asked it he favored Se
dalia." Kansas Citv Star.
That is pretty hard on tho Jeffer
son City delegates.
The democrats are beginning to
cost their eye over the political fluid
for available limber for tho contest
this fall. The name of T. M. Win
ston, who was sacrificed on the alter
of his faith for the good of his party
some three years ago, is overlooked
in all the calculations of the faithful.
Tom, you will do very well as a
worker, and there is no objection to
you sawing wood, but beyond this
thou shalt not venture.
A most exciting trial took place
last week atTrcntcn, Mo., being the
proceedings against the Spickards
ville crusaders all ladies who de
molished a club house in that city.
Tho court held that "private parties
have no right to abate a public nuis
ance when it does not directly injure
them a3 individuals, or deprive them
of any individual rights," and the
jury, which was composed of the best
and most substantial citizens of tho
town, found the ladies guilty and
fined them eacli $3 and costs.
The California citrus fair that has
been traveling on wheels for some
months and stopped a day in ttiis
city is now in Now York City, where
the exhibition will continue 30 days
and is visited by thousands. One of
the principal features of the fair is
tho Washington navel orange. Two
trees of this variety cainu originally
to the agricultural department at
Washington from Urazil, anil were
sent one to Florida and one to Cali
fornia. Both trees tlurished with this
difference, tho California fruit has
seeds, and the Florida is without seed.
Whether duo to climate or soil, is not
explained.
Tis paper was the first to suggest
the name of W. W. Wagner, of this
city, as a candidate for the state scn
ato from this senatorial district, and
we note with pleasure that there is a
general feeling abroad recognizing
Sir. Wagner as tho best, strongest
aud most acceptable timber in the
district. Mr. Wagner says he will
not accept the nomination, but if the
party calls upon him he will have to
make the race, and if ho enters it lie
will win the fight. This is a rrpub
1'can year, and the best and strong
est men must be nominated.
Some weeks ago the emperor of
Germany issued a labor proclamation
calling for a general council to con
sider the labor questions and how
best to promote the intorest of the
laboring classes. It raised quite a
sensation in European countries, and
thu action of the emperor was known
not to havo the sanction of that as
tute and accomplished diplomat aud
chancellor. Prineo Ilisinarck. But tho
young king concluded that lio would
adopt a sentiment rather than the
cold advico given by tho iron chan
cellor, and ho has reaped a whirl
wind. The socialistic vote cast was
nearly 1,500,000 against a record of
77-1,128 in tho elections of 1887. Tho
Increased vote will lose tho govern
ment the control of the Rlchstng,
and with it goes the law making,
power of tho empire. Whenever in
ternal strife begins in Germany there
will bo an upheavel compared with
which tho French revolution was a
mere festival of merry-makers. Can
ister and schell may yet be swept
through tho streets of Beilln. It was
said when Loui3 XVI waafgulllotluod
that ovcry monarch, in Europe, lu-
Farmers living in the vicinity of a
coin col) pipe facloty aro exception
ally fortunate. Although many mil
lions of cobs arc burned or allowed
to rot every year, the prico for pipe-
making purposes keeps up. A farm
er living near Washington, Mo., re
cently sold 100 bushels of corn for
30 and got S27 for the cobs. This
is at the rale of oi cents a lmslicl,
and if. only a sufficient Missouii
lncershums were smoked to make tho
demand larger farmers would soon
be rich. Corncob pipes are manu
factured by a very simple process,
and are in fair demand all over the
country. Some wcro recently sent to
Europe, and more wciv ordered soon
after their arrival. Wind or Ro-view.
Washi Iqtos, D. C, February 1 ,
1890.-oposals will bo received at
tho Coutract" Offico of this Depart
ment until 4 p. m. of April 10, 1800,
for carrying the malls of the United
States upon the routes, Mid according
to the schedule of arrival and depart
ure specified by the department, in
the Stfttiffof Missouri, from July 1,
1890, tofjuno 30, 1891. Lists of
rmitcsflwith schedules of arrivals and
departure's, instructions to bidders
with foraYs for contracts and bonds,
and alljlhcr necessary Information
will be furnished upon application to
the Second Assistant Postmaster
General . John Wanamakeii,
Postmaster General.
Hon. Matt G . Reynolds, who was
re elected president of the Republi
can League of Missouri, i3 35 years
old, a shrewd business man and a
careful and conscientious politician.
He -has played a prominent part in
Missairi politics of late yeats, and
was icsponsiblc for much of the great
results attained in tho late national
campaign. He is a citizen of St.
Louis.
Mr. L. M. Hall, secretary of the
league, who also succeeded himself,
resides in St. Louis and is the only
secretary the Republican League of
Missouri has ever had.
J. M. Thompson, treasurer of the
league, also has held his offico from
the foundation of the state league.
Mr. Thompson was, until rccontly, a
member of tho board of directors and
one of tho vice presidents of the
Continental bank, of St. Louis.
SEIUMA C1ETS THE NEXT STATE CON
VENTION'. The president announced it in oidcr
to name cities for such meeting.
Maj. Harding of Jasper county, made
a strong argument for Sedalia to hold
tho convention two years hence.
Hon. John B. Kildow of Nodaway
county, took up tho question andfa
vored Sedalia.
Hon. F. M. Harrington of Adair
county, proposed Hannibal as tho
best place.
Maj. James McGinnis of St. Louis,
urged the selection of Sedalia on ac
count of its central location and rail
road facilities. Ho believed that on
account of its location Jefferson City
was tho best place in tho state for
holding slate conventions, but as that
city had not asked it ho favored Se
dalia. Nevada was next heard from, but
soon after Judge Charles G. Burton
withdrew it from the list and Major
John Bittingor of St. Joseph, with
drew the name of that city, proposed
by Col. A. C. Dawes. Jefferson City
was then added to the list and the
previous question being demanded a
vote was ordered.
The first ballot resulted in no
choice. Tbo whole number of votes
cast was 1,030 ; necessary to a choice
510. Of these Sedalia received 115 ;
nannibal, 35G, and Jefferson City,
12C.
On the second ballot the vote given
to Jefferson City on the first was
transferred to Sedalia, giving that
city more than enough votes to en
title it to the. choice of the conven
tion. Tho result of the vote was:
Whole number of votes cast, 1,002;
necessary to a choice, 527; giving
Sedalia 588 and Hannibal iCI. Just
beforo tho second ballot was taken
an effort was mado to stampedo the
convention in favor of Hannibal. It
might havo resulted disastrously for
the Sedalia enthusiasts but for the
watchfulness of Senator McGinnis,
who made tho point that the system
of voting could not be changed after
one ballot had been taken.
Delegates from the Eleventh Con
gressional district to tho national
convention at Nashville, B. F. Rus
sell of Crawford county and G, W.
Dupee of Cole count)'.
Tho members of tho executive
committee for this congressional dis
trict are L. F. Paikor of Phelp3 and j
Robert Robyn if Gasuoua.de,
STANLEY'S NEW BOOK
5,009 goCiinrttf o iiccnU wonted at onto, oltlicr
ecv, to introduce this (teat work. Here Is a
rhaticc fnr yon. .Any one can sell the liook, n
tho i! hole world Is Interested. The liook will
contain a full account of all of Mauley i:,1or
alloni In Africa, and cui'cclally ol Ms I,ale.t
i:iioditloii for the llcllef of train Ilcy. Alicmt
iW) fagee nlid 100 entirely, new Illustrations,
inain, etc, Complete ciinva-lngouliH nltli all
liiflructlonsnllllie mailed on receipt or lOcWitn.
Do not delay In writing! order ontilt and eel
territory at ohce. The only genuine new Miin-
uv book out. Address HoM.OWAV PdllLIMI,
l.NG CO., MOOllvo Slrect, St. Louis, Mo.
H. Clay Ewlng,
President,
W. A.IULLMnVEll.
W. Q. Dallmeyer,
cashier,
AtjIsUnt t'lttlilir.
EXCHANGE BANK,
OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Does n Kcnoral banking Imslnci s. Tlu ami
H-lla Poniestlo and I'urclfm i:rlianec. fur.
lush Utlefs of Introduction and endit to Its
jarlous correspondents. Alwa lias i.'oney to
loan lis in-itomers. Allows Iniercst on time
deposit , by mrrrcinpiit. and iicnu in c,,,,.r.
uicht.Mnle, county, Municliml iimnl, mi l m,-i,
collu tlons made on ;uiupc-
KradeM'Ciiritlcs.
au citic direct.
W.
C Young,
President.
Oscar G.
Burch,
cashier.
First National Bank
JEl'FEUSOX CITY, aro.
Capital, $53,000. . Suiplus, $37,750.
DiUF.rroiis.
W. f. Young, j. h. ri.r.stiNo,
J. O.CIIOTT, .IKSSI: V. JlKNlty,
Jacoii Tannku, J. . UlWAKIM.
Gnoiuir. WAfixnn.
Do a general 1 iuMt-.fr tiuiliwa. liny and sell
lori-ijrn and Domestic Hxchanirc, fulled Stales
lionda nmlothcrnceiirllieainccounl recellcJ,
loans and dlrcounts nude on rjyor.iide terms.
Prompt attention gUcu to all butlm-M uutrutl-cdloiticaro.
D. H. Mc'ntyro,
President,
M. R, Sinks,
Vice President.
J.H.
Diercks,
cafhier,
John T. Clarke,
Asfcittant cashier.
The Thrctante' Bank,
OF JEFFEliSOXClTV, WO.
CAPITAL, - . So 0,0 0 0.
DIltKCrOKS.
). II. MCl.NTVlti:, V. JI. IllNDKI!,
I.. U. J. oilman', (.'.a. Waiii:.
M- It. Sinks, .Kit. Kuwakhs,
I" u- Goiido.v. ,i; li. J)h.i:ci:s,
Piiimp Orr.
Call Special Attention to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
Iluy and sell Pori'liru and Dmuc.ilc IXchanue
and do a mineral IlanUnx Ii,i . ncs l.(.., ,u'Mi
liinounU made on the mo-t raiorable terms,
F, W, ROER
Insurance Agency,
JEFFEI1SOX CITV, Mo.
HENRY WAGNER
. ' nu.u.mt in
WI12BS, jlQUORS, SISMiS.ETS.,
K. 221 HAST HIGH STREET.
A lino Lunch counter run In connec
tion with the saloon, where lunch can
bo had nt'all hours.
Tinyare, Metal Roofing.
t HAVE OX HAXD Tin:
St, Clair and Bellvilic
Cooking Stoves,
! HEALEU-
T
AND THE
ParlorQaen Hoating Stoves,
The very latest ami best etoves man
ufactnretl, fully warranted, call anil
see then), ;
Gutti;iliifrrl,lghl;ilii Rod, F.tc, at
tha lowest prjco? and warranted,
tQrAII repairing nca'ly done
Rawest Main. Street.
f ppimslto Ond Wotks.
mb turn. I
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flit a nfth
ho unrlil. Our f
jnniitiW, nd to Introduce qui
till ho
ihrbiinrt
UlorMi t
vnumcoiXGoa
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teopt,
rtc, inrpva it M7 iorfr niniii luiiuitH fou no
cm luaka ftytii tta t4 9 lO dy 'mm Ib lUH,
IKiHrior(nwfliiBUlifnflrliEB
' toon tltwiir In nth lotalltr.
i bom, OnlrlLithufviit
to it at oiicana tnaka iur ci
Al'TCU W lolo til
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JUWIBll'imi-TUIir HflullLtOII
nd tht r-niimd you. 'Jhebf,
Tht following jltt il fpiAiniicf of It ttductd l
DI1U3CTORY
KLSTOff, COLE COUNTY, lo.
J'' CHOr.Oi: MIXTIN,S,
RaptUt, Flrat Sunday.
Methodist, Second Sunday.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday:
S. I). TURNER,
Physician.
S. II. ELSTON & Co.,
General Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine,
&c. &c. &c.
U. LACKAMP,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Tinware, Furniture, Collins, Etc.
GEORGE ELSTON,
Drugs and Groceries,
Express and Rail-Road Agent.
J. J. SHRIKE.
Watchmaker ami Jeweler. Repairing
Promptly Done and "Warranted.
CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO.
CHUr.Ctt Ml'.UTISUS.
Presbyterian, Third Sunday.
Baptist, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A. GREENUP,
Post Master and Justice of tho Peace,
l'rop'f Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A.
DUNLAP,
Druggist.
MURRAY & WEAVER,
General Merchandise.
"X" aTcam pb iiL7,
General Merchandise.
D.
L. 1IATIIIIORN, '
General Merchandise.
GEORGE POPE,
Prop'r Hotel and Dealer In
Fine Whiskies, Wine and Cigar3.
JOHN F. FLESSA,
Miller and Dealer
n Mill .Stuff.
MARION, COLE CO., MO
TAGART & ELLIOTT, '
General Meichandiso mid
Country Produce.
OSAGE CITY, Cole Co., Mo.
C. KOEIILER,
Dealer in
General Merchandise.
"thkoirire SCIIEULEN,
General Merchandise and
Country Produce.
HENRY POPE,
. Dealer in
Fine Whiskies, Wines niiTtgarc.
JJONNOTS, Osage Co.
L. I!
Mo.
W. J.
UOILLOT, Propr.
Uoniuot's Mill Hotel,
and ageut for
Lcmp's Keg and Rottlo
licci-
PACIFIC RAILROAD TIME TAltLK.
.VKSTW'AIID.
N'o l.Diiy Exmcss... Arrive.? 1 -.nil p.m.
Leaes 1 :20;i.iu.
.No. a, 'l liromrli Exprcsi. Arilu'-i l'j;.
28 a. m. Lc-aviw li:-J8ii.ni
.No. o, i.ocal iMtsciigiT. ArilvtH
! m- Leaves 12:1,1 p.m
No. 0, 'lexas Lxprc-'S Arrive? 2:10 a.m.
Loaves 2:11) a,, m
Height, carries paswiitfcU. Leaves U.-25
a. m.
llASTWAKI).
No. 2,Pay Express.. ..Aiilo2..10 p.m.
Leaves 2;5o p.m.
-no. .j, 'iiirougli Express. Arrives 2:10
a- . I.eav 2:10 a. m.
.no. u, l.oeal l'asscnger. An Ives 1;20
Leaves l:t0 p. m
tielgiit, carries passengers. Leaves -J :lo
p. in.
Local passenger ti .-litis 3 ami fl run lie
tween St. Louis anil Kansas City. Three
sections of night train cast. Texas ex-prei-s,
Xo. 0, has through chair car via.
Lcxlugtuti branch. Free icelluing chair
cars on all through trains.
I.lIlUNON IlKANOIl.
Trains leave .Jefferfim City at C:y0a.
til., arriving at Aurora S:'M a. in.
Retiirnlna. will leave Ann., a at 11:30
p. in., arriving nt Jeffeison City at 2:30
p. m. .IpiiNJ. Cmmcit.Agt.
N Pa lacs Olnlnq Cara U
llPtoPalJciSljinjtaj, JWT
Micu."imtiij t1 1
I POPULAatiNi I (
CHICAGO ALTOMtAILROAD.
Omnibus leaves Jeffercou City, 7:J0
a. m. every day except Sunday, eon.
peeling with the train leaving Ceil'er
lllly utS i. in. iiM'UvliIeh makes piotupt
connection at Mexico with all trains
going east, wett or uorlh.
Mltiwri.iif.nBttHnjutei,.WflMylltprHclarts, r.... . mi . . . .
m
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3if
-LEcRIN SvlsE
Has i Already i Commenced i at
DRY GOODS HOUSE OF
m
wTbe Spot C
would be an appropriate namo for the ponurloun, nrasnlntrmcrchanf.whoso
aim seems to bo to soli ao few goods at as high a prico as possible and who
is conlinunlly growling about dull times and wonders why pcoplo do not
buy his dirty, shelf-worn, moth-eaten stock. Wo feel proud to know we
do not come in this class, and that our goods aru fresh, seasonable, hand,
somo and desirable. That instead of trying to sec how much wo can get
for an article, wo study how low the article can bo sold. Buying goods on
long limn and selling on longer time is what makes men poor. Buying for
cash and selling for cash is what makes men lich. Wc tru3t no inan,tako
no chattel mortgages, sell good, honest goods, ask
a book of rredy
occupation, trade
civilized people.
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age may be. This great wo.-l: is dived into eight departments, and broad
ij and plainly treats on seven distinct and different subjects, viz: Mcdi-
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to all, in appreciation of the liberal paliomigc v-i have enjoyed, a complete
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reference, instructor, counselor and friend for every
or profession. A work absolutely indisocnsiblo tft nil
then comes a MbcalUnctm Department, wiiich'gives information in hMt!
er mathemal.es, statistics of the United atates and the world, facts about
"""uiciis ui uuier liucrcsiing topics. The size is
and tlir
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h co and one-iialf inches thick, the style attractive, handsome ami
ate, and is bound n lirst Km,! l, dnii, .-
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ably the most tie- ruble, because the most useful a"s well J tlfo incst
pdntcd and bound book ever produced and sold for SC. In order that
U.e,e beautiful and valuable gifts may go only to those who deserve them
we issue free of charge a ticket, and punvli the amount of your purchase
every tune yo, buy . When all the (Ignres on .he ticket are p, c l ed wo
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uyiiiiutiiiue'iu sen our entire
at auction, and will continue
day until the entire stock is
disposed of.
Sale commences at I 0 o'clock
a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m.
M. GOLDMAN.
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