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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI
Jttabssflptlon, $1.00 Par Year,
F. G. FoLirnsoN, Business Manager.
Thursday, May 15, 1890.
court meets on Mon-
Tue prospects for Jefferson City
Tfcro never as bripbt as at this time.
Tue democratic ring has got its
little slate fixed, but tho repabheans
will burst it.
The storm that is brewing in the
democratic camp is worse than n
Tun republicans are united and
ready for the battle tho democrats
arc nothing if not unharmonious.
It seems to be safe to bet that a
railroad judge will be nominated.
Gantt and Butgcss arc in the lend.
Kithcr will suit them.
Gahdnki: Lath nor of Kansas City,
one of the best lawyers in the state,
would make an excellent candidate
for the position of supreme court
judge on the republican ticket.
The public in and about Jefferson
City arc beginning to ask themselves
the question: "Is the Tribune in the
employe of the Scdalia syndicate, if
not, why is it giving It so much advertising?"
It is true, wo might have said that
there were somo things wo did not
like, but In 1892 thoso will bo
changed, and until then wo will stand
up' for Missouri, even as against the
assaults of our neighbor. Why our
esteemed contemporary, who has fed
at its master's crib for years, should
desiro to link Its name with Missis
sippi and Arkansas, we cannot un
derstand, for tho good book says,
the "Master Knowcth his Ass, and
the Ass his Master's Crib." But this
world is full of bad and wicked men
who are forgetful of the hand that
feeds and warms them. Our heart is
full of the milk of human klndncvs,
and we say, repent thee of thy ways,
and thou shall be permitted to re
main in Missouri when wc get charge,
but we want the crib.
COLE CIRCUIT COURT,
Civil and Criminal Docket For
the May Term With a List
of the Crand and Petit
Gek. McIxtthe will accept the
democratic nomination for the legis
lature, but tho boys are not carrying
it around on a silver platter this
year that is to say, not around
close enough to the general where he
can reach it.
The lack of wisdom, or the want
of common sense, in the construction
of state institutions is at no time
made so apparent as when a great
fire takes place. The loss of life in
the destruction of the asylums at
Longue Point and Preston should be
charged up against the men that are
responsible for the erection of such
Speaker Reed announces that
congress will probably adjourn July
3. Democrats arc beginning to un
derstand that Mr. Reed's "probably"
means "will." Poor old knocked out,
decrcpid, one eyed, one legged, wind
, broken, parallzed democracy. Car
lisle is drowning his sorrows in the
flowing bowl and the others will fol
low his footsteps.
Sedalu is blocking two miles of
street with cedar blocks at a cost of
82 perjrunning foot, while Jefferson
City is paying about as much for
gravel and macadam. The people of
Jefferson City ought to be ashamed
of themselves. There is not a prop
erty owner on Main street between
Madison and Cherry that cannot af
ford and is willing to pay to have the
street layed in blocks, and three
blocks of High street is in the same
(condition. Stop wasting the people's
noncy and havo the work done right
for all time.
Congressman Bland desires to be
omc known as the "Watch Dog of
tin Treasury'' and for a little cheap
notoriety, superinduced by personal
vanity, voted against the appropria
tion to aid I he Hood sufferers in tho
south. Men whoso ambition lies in
the above direction are demagogues
of tho worst kind, whose selfishness
should retire them to private life.
Unless Mr. Bland secures the-nppro-priation
for a lock and dam on the
Osage his constituents are likely to
ask him what he means by asking to
be returned by them.
A long editorial appeared in the
Inst issue of The State Rki'L'iimcan
tending to prove that Missouri is not
iuid never was a southern stale. A
rloso reading of the editorial con
vinccs us that, while "the voice is
the voice of Jacob, the hands are the
hands of Lsnu" in other words the
editorial was contributed to the pa
Tho above would indicate that the
pelican editor had resumed business
at the old stand. Owing to tho fact
thot the pelican was ncycr regarded
ns a close student of history, and not
extra bright, wo can generously for
give tho erroneous assumption.
even after its "careful reading" of
the article referred to. It is natural,
ofcoursc, for one who is accustomed
to produco contributed editorials in
Ids own paper to suspect the same of
other, but wo Jinve, how
ever, the honor to sy (hat
not ono line of contributed mat
ter Ins ever found Us way into this
paper as an editorial, aad can never
find its way Into it so long as iie edi
torial department remains under tho
VOORHEES AS AN ACCUSER.
Tlic Tngalls arrow rankles in the
Vorhccs breast. Itjls now about 18
months since Senator Ingalls, with all
tho natural eloquence whieh God en
dowed hira with, with truth as his
honorablo ally, in the presence of the
United States senate, in the pursuit
of his honest duty, razed the "Tall
Sycamore of the Wabash" to the
level to which it seems, owing to his
peculiar nature, ho was destined to
fall. With but the single fig leaf of
Judge Carlton, his former law part
ner, to clothe the nakedness of his
individuality in the matter, tho tall
shining cotton tree would seek to
hide its glaring bareness 'neath the
shelter of the scrub oak of Indiana.
In moments of great sorrow, in hours
of great joy, do not tho subhtnest
thoughts come to the soul of man and
find utterance through the lips to
easo the heart? What a silent race of
mortals wc would become did wc all
heed the verse :
"Think for thyself one good idea, but
known to be thine own,
Is better than a thousand gleaned
from fields by others sown,
Why our Shakespcarc?ourMllton?
our Massillon? Why our congres
sional record if not to preserve to
mankind the priceless seeds of prcc
ious thoughts to bo sown in the
breasts of youthful eloquence, gar
ncred and stored by patient effort in
the translation of French exercises,
without a master. With whom of us
would they not remain, gleaned with
such an effort and with so much res
olution? Where more likely to bios
som forth with new and refulgent
beauty, than at tho grave of a dead
friend? Did the cotton tree. think It
had gained strength enough from this
sunshine of oratory to sway, and
bend and finally fall nnd crush tho
mighty oak in a tempest? Are the rays
of that eloquence to bo absorbed by
Senator Voorhecs, 'till, in the venom
of his nature they undergo a chemical
change and serve as an elcctrio cur
rent to invito 'ho lightning pt the
'judgment of the living," and the
"Fallcu Sycamore of tho Wabash,"
be blackened and consumed, and the
close student and 'burner of the mid
night oil' be vindicated? Or arc wc
to burn up our libraries and our
studies, for fear of being held up as
pagiarist in order that Senator
Vorhecs may be reinstated to public
favor. Rather let us continue to pur
suo with pleasure and profit the over
delightful path of knowledge, and If
wc have occasion to use the informa
tion so gathered to annihilate our
enemies, wc will return thanks to our
beloved authrrs and n good memory,
for having placed the weapons of war
faro in our hands, always remcraber-
ng that :
There is nothing new under the sun ."
The State Treasury
Col. Lon V. Stephens filed a report
yesterday of-tlie transactions of-thc
treasury department for tho month
ending April 30. It shows that there
is yet to be paid cf tho Noland short
age 810.8G1.70. Tho earnings of the
penitentiary for the mouth foot up
SIG.03C.03, all of which has been ex
pended maintaining tho institution.
A summary is as follows :
Bilanco April 1.... 81,GS,-,729 85'
Receipts for April 107,800 24
Disbursements DDJIH 07
Balance May 1 1,754,325 02
The banks holding state funds and
the amount they are charged with are
given as follows:
Union Xntlounl bnuk of Knn-
pua City 63i)S,:!iO 32
Franklin batik .'. 037,181 32
First Xatlonal liauk of Jeffer-
sou City 80,301 31
exchange bank of Jefferson
City 00,380 08
Kansas City Stato hank 30S 713 07
Counting tho Noland deficit and
the $1,753.17 held in the treasurer's
vault the balance Is as stated.
Our stock of Children's, Hoys,
Youths' and Men's clothing Is larjrer
tunu cycf (jpforc. Our stock ot lients'
furnishing gopdj jjtncJJJjjts and Cups Is
tunuon-a. Kntlre ne,y stouk, th.) teM
ityles and tho lowest prices. Yqu wUl
do six')) to call ou us.
Subjoined will bo found tho docket
for tho May terra of tho County cir
cuit court, which convenes on Mon
day, May 19. Tho docket was made
out by Circuit Clerk Lusk and is of
ficial. Thejcomlng term promises to
bo of moro than ordinary interest on
account of tho fact that somo of tho
matters connected with tho lato
trouble In tho stato treasury depart
ment may bo beforoltho court. A
list of tho grand and petit jurors
drawn for tho May term is also ap
pended : ,i
CIVIL DOCKET FIRST DAT, M0NDAT,
John M Gray vs Mo Pao Railway
Emmet L Gray, by John M Gray,
his next fiicinl, vs Mo Pac Railway
Peter Locthcn vs James F Clark.
51 F Tripp vs Adam Raithel, ap
City of Jefferson vs J R Edwards,
Herman Rackers vs Anna M Kolb
W C Thomas vs G C Ramsey.
America Andrew vs Wm Andrew.
SECOND DAY TUESDAY, MAY 20.
Ida Bolton vs Benj F Bolton.
G C Ramsey vs G II Turner.
Exchange Bank vs Chas Robey ct
al, L C Lohmau, J Q Howes and Wm
Frank Suthoff vs Caterinc Kroll et
Dora M Russell vs Louis C Rus
Mary Ivatzcr vs Mo Pac Railway
Stale ex rcl C E Boon vs Wm
Blackburn ct al.
Christina Comby ct al, vs Ernil
Henry ct al.
THIRD DAY WEDXE6DAV, MAY 21.
' State ex rcl Henry J Dulle, collec
tor, vs J J Stock.
Same vs Peter Meyers.
Same vs James Meyers.
Same vs W M Meyers.
Same vs C B Oldham.
Same vs W S Pope.
Same vs C B Gintz.
Same vs E L Edwards.
FOURTH DAY THURSDAY, MAY 22.
State ex rel Henry J Dullc, col
lector, vs J R Edwards., ,
Sarao vs Geo C Ramsey.
Same vs L C Lohman.
Same vs Matilda Nelson.
In re assignment of Samuel Engle-
ton, Jr., W S Davison, assignee.
Louis Deering vs L 0 Lohman,
S W Cox ct al vs J W Grcshara,
W P Harmon vs Goo Cavers ct nl
l'etcr pavis vs James T Clark.
J II Brokmjro ct al ys John Kcown,
nETcnx cases 30 days' notice Fri
day, MAY 2S.
L C Lohman vs American Sewing
Sjatc ex rpl John Antwciler, treas
urer, vs J L Smith ct nl,
John Melchcr, administrator, vs
Benj Dcrkum, administrator,
John F Brcckctt vs W F Wilson ct
Geo W Hutson vs Mo Pac Railway
L Bauer vs J Iloefcr ct al.
Barbara Blill ct nl, vs John Ant--weilcr
A A Campbell vs Melissa Camp
bell. Daniel Gundelfingcr vs John II
Beckby ct nl.
Grccly.Burnham Grocer go, vs
Herman Wolf vs Jeff City Water
return cases 15 Days' Notice
,Satur(lay, May 24.
G C Ramsey vs Joseph PJassmcycr.
Cathcrlue Morrison ct al vs Anna
Maria Veith ct nl.
F W Roer vs Gilbert Hay.
Stato cx rcl Henry J. Dullo vs
Martin Meyer ct al.
Hamte vs J D Chambers.
Same vs Wm Fletcher.
Samo.vs Paulino Derkum.
Samo vs Sarah Davis.
Louis Lcpngo vs George Elston.
Criminal docket Monday, May 2(5,
Stato vs W II Motiock.
Same vs Frederick Steffuns.
Same vs Frederick Steffcns.
Same vs Isaac Bodenheimcr.
Same vs Calvin Spcddy.
Samo vs'.Calvin Spcddy.
Same vs J M Birdsong.
Samo vs James Tinslcy.
Same vs Alexander Williams.
Tuesday May 27.
State vs John Baker et al.
Samo vs Wm Hutson,
Same vs Barton Smith,
amo vs Gilbert Hay.
Ssino ys fllbcrl Hay.
Satno ys Daniel Kuopfeleln,
Same V "y(sn Thomas.
Samo V8 Albert S Asklns.
Samo yulMary A Sartor.
Grand ' jurors Jos C Wade, Robt
Loesch,' ;A: M. Mahnn, S J Potcra,
Henry Kautsch, Philip Dlcdcl, Law
rence J Franz, F W Goctz, John T.
Ittner, John Beumcl, Henry M Smith
atid Thomas Helslcr.
Petit Jurors John Price, A J
Hoefcr, Anton Bruegging, Charles
Opel, Adam, Ehrhardt, John W Cran
dall, Herman Tichn, Charles Olt,
John E Garrann, James G Campbell,
T W Reaves, B II Snicders, John C
Harrison, W II Morlock, Louis Wol
fcrman, Wcn'dcl Straub, Frank II
Rephlo, Henry Schmidt, James Dur
ham, John ar'ant, C C Walscr, Jas
per N Henley, jr., Clement Dlrckx
and Fred Markway.
Whereas, Harriett L. llrunk.on March
13, 18S2, conveyed to Klnscy Wllhlte, as
trustee, to secure a note to wm. Ander
son, southwest 1-!, sec. 10, township 45,
rango 13, and 1
Whereas, "A. ,11. Workman and Susan
SI. Workmanon MarcuC,lSSS, conveyed
to Prior Leaqh, as trustee, tho undivided
1-7 of .southwest 1-4 section 10, town
ship 40, range 13,i and tho southeast of
southeast, section 17, township 45, range
13, to secure a note therein described to
Gcorgo II. Brunk; and
W htreas, O. Hi Brunk and wife, Leo
3. Drunk, convoyed to G. 11. Brunk, as
trustee, tho undivided one-seventh of
southwest 1-4, section 10, aud tho south
east of southeast, section 17, all Id town
ship 45, range 13, to secure note to Re
becca Mc Workman, all of which said
deeds of trust are recorded in tho re
corder's olllcc of Colccounty,Mo. ; and
Whereas, all ot said notes are over due
and unpaid; and
Whereas, toe said trustees, Kluty wllr
bite, Prior Leach aud Gcorgo II. Ernuk,
refuse to sell as trustees, now, therefore,
as provided by said deeds of trust, and
at the request of tho legal holders ot
said notes, 1, Thomas B. Italian, sheriff
of Cole county, will sell said real estate
to pay said notes at the court house door
lu Jefferson City on
MOXDAY, MAY 10, 1800,
to the highest bidder for cash, between
the hours of it o'clock iu the forenoon
and 0 o'clock In the afternoon of said
THOS. U. MATtAV,
Sheriff ot Cole county, Mo.
. i A'-t!rI., SI
Minna n' .-. .i.i.wif .) ...-,. ....I i.i - a .uito;.' 'H.MB
ELSTON, COLK COUNTY, Mo.
Baptist, First Sunday.
Methodist, Second Sunday.
Prcsbytorian, Fourth Sunday t
S. D. TURNER,
S. M. ELSTON & Co.,
General Merchandise and Jobbers In
Farm Machinery, Binders Twlno,
&o. &c. &c.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardwnro,
Tinware, Furuituro, Collins, Eto.
Drugs and Groceries,
Express and Rail-Iioad.Agcnt.
J. J. SHRIKE.
Watchmaker and Jeweler. Repairing
Promptly Dono and Warranted.
CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO.
Presbyterian, Third Sunday.
Baptist, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A. GREENUP, ,
Post Master and Justice of the Peace.
Prop'r Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A.
MURRAY & WEAVER,
A. A. CAMPBELL
Prop'r Hotel nnd Dealer in
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
JOHN F. FLESSA,
Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MAUION, COLE CO., MO
TO ALL POINTS IN
Through Trains Carry
Geo. A. Ef.dv,
II. C. Citos3, ) Receivers.
J. J. PREY, J, WALDO,
Ocn'l PDMOnger A Ticket Agent,
BED ALIA, MO.
H. Clay Ewinjf, W Q. Dallmsyer,
W. A. UaixUkter, .isltaut c.iitlilcr.
TAGART & ELLIOTP,
General Merchandise and .
OSAGE CITY, Cole Co., Mo.
General Merchandise and
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
BONNOT'S, Osago Co., Mo.
L. B. BOILLOT, Propr.
Bonnot's Mill Hotel,
and agcut for
W, J. Lamp's Keg and Bottle Beer,
C. M. EDWARDS,
Prepared to do all kinds of
at tho lowest possible prices. Wells
and Cisterns plastered . All woik guar
anteed to glvo entire eatufnctlnu .
tu 212 Broadway, Jefferson City, Mo
n k it v
OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Unfa n fpnoivil baniMnif tinsinofii. Itnvs nnd
eclU Domestic and Foreign KxcliittiL'r, fi, r
ntMi letters of liitro-luctioii 11ml (Toll I to Its
various corrciHtoiiUL'itU. Ahwivs hat money to
)nu Ita 'iutomcriJ, Allow? IntcrcKt on tune
dL'nbiini. hv iiirreciuciit. and deals In (iocrii
mum, ri,iu( ciMiJujy .Miinipp'u tmnus ami wxn
au unci uirucij.
JEFFEIISON CITY, MO.
Capital, $50,000. .- Surplus, $37,750.
W. C. YOU.NO, J. 8. Fl-EMIXO.
J. G. SC1IOTT, .TES3K W. IlKNllV,
Jacoii Tasnkk, J. Jt. Eowauus,
Do a ffcticrnl bailklnir hnfllncKB. Rur nnd kcII
Foreign nnil l)orai'tlc Kxclmnj(e, United stuto
nontla nrmoUicifccuritlua I accounts received,
louul nut fUtKntiiitg mnl nil fnvnrnlttn tpnn.
l'rnmiit attention giveu to all buslucat entrust
ed to Its caro, " i
February 1st, 1890.
The ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS 4 MANITOBA
M and itj bintLi; b:rame the
GREAT NORTHERN "RY. LINE.
IF VOU ARE GOING
TO THE FREE FARMS OF THE MILK
GREAT NORTHERN R Y
0. H. M'ntyra,
M. R. Sinks,
J. H. Diercks,
John T. Clarke,
The Merchants' Bank
OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO,
CAPITAL, . . 85 0,000.
D. II. MofNTVKE, K. II. JllKUEIt,
T-. (J. Lohman, C. A. Waue.
R- Nhks, J. n. ErvAni)3,
L. D. GoltDON, J. H. DlUttGKS,
Call Special Attention to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
IIut nud sell Korean una llomcsllo Kxclianso
and do u riiiiural Hanking Uiuiuesa. Loans and
TO. THE GOLD, SILVER, COWER.
IUON and COAL MINES of MONTANA
TAKE THE '
GREAT NORTHERN R Y . LINE.
TO GREAT FALLS, THE FUTURE
INDUSTRIAL CENTRE OF THE
GREAT NORTHERN R Y . LINE.
TO HELENA, UU1TE, SPOKANE
FALLS AND THE COAST CITIES,
GREAT NORTHERN R Y . LINE
TO F K GRAND
FORKS AND WINNIPEG,
GREAT NQUTHEUN RY. LINE.
TO ALL MINNESOTA, SOUTH DA
KOTA, NORTH DAKOTA, MONTANA,
IDAHO, OREGON, WASHINGTON,
CALIFORNIA aud MANITOBA Points
GREAT NORTHERN II Y. LINE.
For tickets, maps nud guides, apply to
your lionie ticket aRont or wrlto to
F. I. WHITNEY,
'Gen. V:st. and Ticket Agent.
Urcat Northern Ilollivay,
St; Paul, Minn.
BfiyTllO Gill! AT XOHTHEnx RAILWAY
Like runs Its own Magnltlccnt Dining
Cars, l'Alaco Sleeping Car?, Spcclitl
Apartment Cars and Frec'CollulstSlcep.
crs on Dally Through Trains.
i tin NEW
iniii ware b
waielilit lh wurlJ. I'arri
iiuuv uui.li pptniiM riMt.
Bh Udlci'kuJ Ml a tliw.
Willi work I anil caita pi
rViualWlua. Oil rCKsOalla
'ftcb local ll r tan mt m
loaralhu with oar larca
Tad aluLla tins fllatMekolal
rMamnlr. Tb ampl(, a will
TTsk. a.i.k h sTW. militia work n
ittad Ai U t How what t iil ro to tbOM wh taU-ywr
ftUndi titJ nvlltYii4lhoMabitl yHi-4halilwytitIt
JOHN A, LilHARDT,
Hi Mil UK
Glaevfre, Quconswaro, Ten and Dinnor Sc(g, Chamber
Sets, Library Lamps, Toilet Articles, ToboccO
Claara, Woodcnffarc, lco Chests, Refrigerat
ors, Grass nnd Garden Seed, Oyt
tcrs, Fish anil Qimo In
Cast Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce.
230 EAST HIO-H STBEET.
WE ARE OFFERING
r FOR ONE - THIRD
the price the tailor will charge you,
and for one-half the price any other
clothing house in the state.
Never before was such fine cloth-
ing offered for so low a price, No
house in the United States can un
der sell us. Come and take a look
at our stock, you will be astonished
at the immense stock of fine clothing
and at the low prices.
ANTON i NATSOH
Tho Very Latest
and Host, Stoves
Call nnd see thenr;
ning Rods, Novol
tics, Etc., at tho
Lowest Prices and
COAL, OAS, GASOLINE,
TINWARE & METAL HOOFING.
SALL REPATKING NEATLY DONE.-g
No. 403 West Mnin Street. Opposite Gas Works.
Binders,! Reapers i andiMoiers.i
BUCKEYE BINDER TWINE,
CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES.
1 J f , t -1 . . ' l .
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW
ASK FOR THH CCLGBRATBO
Tho Best 8tovo for the money ever made.1 Take nooher;
If your dealer cannot supply you write direct to us:
Anton yatech, Dealer in Stoves, 403 West Main St Jefferson City.
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