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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JHFFERSON OITY, MISSOURI
Sufcserlptlon, $1.00 Per Yeat,
F. G. Folseuson, Business Mnnnger
Tlmrwlny, November '27, j'SOC.
Tin: fnet is clonr that tlio fanners
alliance is a democrat Institution.
Tim oW soldier will be called upon
to vote for Cleveland in 1S92.
The fact that winter is close at
hand makes luo pontoon bridge pro
ject n little dilllcult to nrrange, but o
pontoon or free ferry is certain.
Franco it Is said, has imbibed con
siderable McKlnleyism and is going
to out do our late congress in its
AVe are emerging from under the
wreck in good shape. The disfigura
tion was not so bad considering other
eventful things the Hood for instance.
When realize the fact that
2,000 men own half the land m Eng
land and that thirty millions own
none, we can see the danger that
threatens this country in the same
We have been trying to nerve up
so as to howl a little for Warner for
governor in 189:2, but can't make it
yet. If we could only forget the
awfuluess of the tiling it would not
be so hard to brace up.
Coi.e county has in the past 12
years been largely in the control of
republicans, and now, since the
election is over, we ask in all candor
which party lias most faithfully ad
ministered its affairs?
Missouri, n section of the state that
lias been knocking at the door many
years for recognition on tho supreme
This Amctlcau nation bus for some
Inexplicable reason neglected its op
portunities in tho past to grasp the
Immense advantages open to it by
ominierclal reciprocity with the South
American states. Bnixlund, Gei-
many and France have each devoid!
much time and attention to that sec
tion of the country, which to the
United .Stales has appeared hardly
worth while striving after, and as a
result have secured a foothold that
the United Slates will nmv have much
dillleulty in imdeinilning. Mr. Maine
Is the only living American statesman
who has for years been trying to
show the necesity for reciprocal
ommerclat treaties, and the peopta
are beginning to ice the situation.
Mrt. AxTWTiu'.it, the democratic
treasurer, has adjusted his little
matter by turning the balance due
him for service?, over to tho county,
and mortgaging his homestead to his
bondsmen, who arranged the balance.
The whole Missouri delegation aie
"coming out" for speaker. When
it comes to check the government
mule stands no tliow as against a
Missouri. in congress. Wo cite
Col. Chad. Mutism' in pioof of what
Coxihskss will meet next Monday.
Kvcry congressman will have a theory
of his own, explaining the late unex
pected. The people h:.d a theory of
their own. Too much Lodge, Mc
Kinley and Reed, and the republicans
in congress need go no further for
Aftkk all, tho ereat democratic
tidal wave was due to the fact that
the rcpublicms did not vote. Even
in Cole county, where the campaign
was spirited enough to satisfy almost
every one, the republicans did no!
cast their full vote. If the weather
bad been bad there is no telling how
many more would have remained at
Tin: republican press Is divided In
Its views regarding the advisability
of repealing the McKinley bill. We
are not divided in our views in re
gard to it. We will go as far as any
in upholding the doctrine of protec
tion. We believe in it as the great
est governmental principle ever de
vised by an enlightened people, but
we see no necessity for rates exceed
ing those of the war. Wo now have
04,000,000 people. Our increase in
wealth in tiir past 3j years has puz
zled the nations of the world, and our
march onward need not be excellent-
ted by an increased tariff.
Tin: conviction of August, Wolf, of
this city, for sendiii" an Indecent
letter through the mall, while it is to
be regretted on account of the oung
man's hitherto gjod character, stands
as a warning to evil disposed per
sons, who st-ck in that way to accom
plish their malicious purposes. The
depraved condition of the human
mind that resorts to such methods in
ord-r to vent spite or accomplish
other ends, is of itself a sad spec
tide, and perhaps the woild should
be charitable in Its judgment, but to
permit them to go unpunished wpuld
only be giving license to otheis moic
vicious and more cowardly. Judge
Piiilips was yery severe in his charge
to the jury in UiU case, but hi- had
no doubt of Ine defendant's pmlt.
and felt, that to permit that defend-a-it
to go unpunished, would he to
inlliet sorrow and shame upon an in
nocent young girl, while die. tfijjlty
could level in the belief, that his In kl
for future ventures had been bioad
ened under the protection and secu
rity of the law.
The OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'Y
la the only road running
a passenger uiilii from
'St. Louis to Cincinnati.
1 SOLID VKSTILTU5I) TRAIN'S
arc run from St. Loti's to Cincinnati
by the (). & M. II' y. All classes of
passengers have the mo of these cars
without extra charge. Advertisements
of rival liu s aro hit nde.d to deceive
the public, as "o other road runs a
train of pasjungert ari from St. Louis
td Cincinnati. The lime by the O.
& M. IV y is
LESS THAN 10 HOURS.
from St. Louis to Cincinnati, much
quicker than by the longer and in
NO ClIANOE OF CARS
by this routo from St. Louis to Louis
ville. Cincinnati, New York. Philadel
phia, Daltiuioio and Washington and
to other important Eastern points.
The O. & M. R'y is the shortest and
the (piickesj, and transports mora
passengers from SI. Louis eastward
than any other road from St. Louis.
Olliuial llgures show this to bo tine.
Passenger fares are much less by
the O. & M. R'y than by any other
THROUGH TICKETS by the O. &
are for sale at all ofllees of connect
ing lines West, South and Northwest
of St. Louis. When purchasing ask
for tickcls via the O. & M . R'y. For
sale in St. Louis at Union Depot, and
at Compun's Ulllce, 105 North
A. ,1 Lmx,
General Western Passenger Agent,
105 N. Uroadwav, St. I,,utU,Mo.
J. F. 1!ai:xaui, W. IS. Sii.muc,
Gen. M'g'r. Gen. Pass'r. Agent.
Kansas, with 80,000 republican
majority, Iowa with 10,000 republican
majority, Pennsylvania with 80,000
repnblican majority, Nebraska will
30,000 Minnesota with .'SO.OOO, can
all go democratic occasionally, bul
did you ever hear of a democrat c
state in the south going rcpub
lican? Tint tells the tale as to win
is "hi le-bound."
Thk apportionment under the ccr
BUS of 18'.I0 must be made be cot:
gross before it adjourns. It woulu
ba unsafe to let it go over and trust
to a democratic congress with a in
jority of 151 mossbacks to do the fail
iniiiJT, ueiause nicy woulil never di
it. You can always depend on i
democratic majority not doing tin
right thing, and the republicans wani
congress to fix the apportioned!!
One of ll,o icasons why the Ledge
uill finds advocates and supporter
can bo easily understood when such
southern states ai Mississippi elect
seven congressmen in a total vole of
01,000, making one eongics unan f i
every 9,000 votes cast. According
to the vote cast the state is not en
titled to ono congressman, bul by
fraud gets 7. In Mlssomi thero are
210,000 votora who have not even
Thomas, as tho new Judges of Hie
Biipretco court, by the governor, will
give general satisfaction to the bar
and the people. Mr. MeFailanc is
recognized as an able lawyer and will
make a good judge. Mr. 'IhomaH,
though not so well known In Central
Missouri as Judgo McFarlano, has
tlie icputatlon of being a good law.
ycr, mil his app jintinenl will
etrciigthen the governor In Southeast
K tllOIIL'ilt W lell Col. !mili."!l
was airing his views somebody would
sand bag him, and jtiat, listen and see
how it was done :
The pinnacle of mugwump crnzi
ness can no longer bo disputed with
Mr. "Lon V. Stephens," of Missouri,
from the incipient stage of ihe
.rank's comparatively inoffensive
hallucination regarding certain essen
tial truths of piupriety, this species
of idolatry has developed into the
gross indecency that characterizes
lunacy's most degraded forms. Mr.
Lon V. Stephens speaks thus to a re
porter of the Jefferson City Tribune:
"Grover Cleveland, next to the
humble Nazaronc, is I lie st-ong3t
chor.ictcr in the United States to-day."
After icali.ing that niugwu.npism
has ruiched the point at which the
savior of .nen alone can be compared
with Grover Cleveland, the mind can
n t shake off its wonder that Jesus
Christ should have eiieili d even litis
degree of respeel from such iju ulers.
It can be a question of lime only
wh.'n the Ok'vd'iid cull, shall have
finally eliminated nil compiti'ors, an, I
the stuffed Prupln-ls, ta i; aiarit erl
tuy and uneoinp ired, like that fan
tastic Messiah to whom the poor
Montana Ind.ans of S.tliug Hull are
now turning as the nucst recelaticn
Ulasphcuiy does not era so to be
shocking when it enmes fioin mon-
oiuaniacs. It is i jseutialiv revoltiiiL'.
However pitiable tho blasphemers.
people of ilrpent instincts must al
ways tuin from them in disgust.
New York Sun.
We shudder when we ponder over
the final judgment "f the man. who.
when he hears that a fellow has gone (
astray, slung, his shoulders audi
sneers, "1-imU" Win. when ho
hears that another has encountered a
Icirlblo lemplalion, resisted until
naturu herself g;,ve out exhausted,
and then at the very loft, litis yielded
to it and plunged lieadlontt into the
forbidden pleasures, again, his'es,
"I'ool!" N ho, when ho hear, that
another is the victim of some terrible
passion, burning, unconquerable.
stronger than death itself, and before
which, onu day, he binks like a beast
on the plain, he cries out only,
"FjoII" We pby (lie heart tli-it,
never aches and the eyes that never
grow wet at Ihe tale of another's
dowufall or ruin, while wo thiuk
C. W. WALSe'NDORF, Manager,
Fire, Torntdo, Cyclone,
The following Reliable Companies
J!vcrpQolL6ndon, Globe, Pcoplo's,
Plleuix, Phoenix, Springfield,
United Firemen's, Western Homo,
fcttTOlllco over Thomas' store,
Corner lli'di & Madison Sis.
SCHHBBA PAYHE EAME BANK
305 Madison Street.
My spacinin estab'ishinent is again filled up in tho most npprovuil sljle,
with all the New Toys and Novelties of tills projrossive'age. My
stock, now open for Inspection of Foreign and ''Domestic
Tois and Novelti. s is simply iin-
Tin Toys, Mechanical Toys, Steam Toys, Railroad Trains,
HULL TOYS and
FfrZmmiW ' WAGON,
SIIOO-FLY pi'lrt;ff VASES
rniCYCLKS iii.I Uapi CUPS and
5IAGIP --TC)5 'UrS'' AL15UMS.
Animals in nil lv'es. Tea Sits in Chiip, Rrilania, Tin and Wood,
Picture books Maulcuic Sots, Hanks and S ifes Sad. Jvn:;s anil Stan Is.
Hooku mid Sans, Woeelbaiiows and Shds, Roys' Fiddles', Violins, Gul
tarn, liuiijn.s iiecoijlinns Piino and .Miisleal Triiiiinings, Jews nud
Fr. .:"'' hurps, j.(.i f,j)d ..imilj boh", Rubber Dolls u-jd babies in French
dolls, ii. .in tin- "'":U.vt)-'liMve to tin1 cheapest jij tlp land. Dunns, Fifes,
lira's H ri.s and WaK'i.e-, fi'im;, Whips, horse Reins and Stick horses,
Fire Hoiks, Flag? and Liuleins for all occasions. Coaic HOW before the
Hock is broken mid fe..ji jour eypn, A word lo mothers and gunu'!!!'.""
lieu luring your holiday eaiiuie-, line thai vljc is pure ; only buy
half the quantity; if you can't buy s. piuiud. buy less; hill buy something
which mil not injure the health i f your child. You will find this cheap
emu exposed an over me town ami Tor .e.-s llian wiat 3Ugar can be lioughl
for. Come and lake a look at my Pi. uh Mixed Candy, which I retail
1,1 - wit a pound Tin n at mv XX Mixwl, aleo pure, at 15 ceuts a
1'.' leacners oi I'tiimc and Siiodin Schools, uls: churches ace en
lllle.l to N liolc-ele prices. Jt will be a l. slin.' memorv to von. A chance
will lio given every pureh.i-er of iiU cmls worth of toys and candies to
ine iieaiuifui pie.-euts, t.i lieaivwi awav on Christmas Eve,
fortunately, I have saved from 20 u 50 per cent in buying my stock
heroic the McKINLKY HIGH-TARIFF LAW went Into effect. Icon,
ineieiuic, givo my palioiis tin. n nelii.uf uld priops,
H: P. ANDBAB,
110 and Ul Hast ILghSt.. J EFFKRSON CITY', MO,
What We Do and What We
Wo ndvortiso what .wo havo to soil.
Wo nlwnys hnvo what wo advertise
Wo can and will glvo you morn valuo
for ypur money than you can got
wnAT yk don't do.
Wo don't misrepresent Wo don't
pull you in from tho etioot. Wo
don't hunt you up in tho saloons.
Wo don't buy our customers with
THIS 13 OUK OUIDE.
Our goods, nt tho prices wo offer
thorn, will soil thomselves.
Tc Our, Friends
Executor's, administrator 8, trust
tee's and guardian's have the rlghj
to name the nanorln whie.li nnhllen.
Hons required by law be made, and
wo ask our friends lo remember Ihe
Rnrimi.icAN when they have publica
tions to make.
H. Clay Ewjng, W. Q. Dallmeyer,
W. A. DAU.MKriat, Aillant cnoliler.
M I'M i'SS Jim
it.l'i H Wo Have . : ti- Mn re,.i.
ine que.;i in is no longer, wl. d - ,M , e.-uicitv do, but r.itlier wlnt can
it n"t (!...' I s inlio 'iiclion into lle ar's u. -i an important era in modern
civil.z ition Tin re is scarcely a profes-no, or pursuit iinvhl h elcetiicilv
Is not in (imp v:y ideiuifi.d. Hm it- ero.w, ic merits are mxv readied in
its bnnclic.nipas a ln-ihr of l!ie im Like an angel r tnuu-y with
hcaung on i's wlnas il conies lo iliei,-, n, , irmoving Ihe inlli ndlies'of Ihe
HojIi and rnlrr)ii il,e dUor.feiTd func inns of body and mind to their
nonna aelivily. .Nearly every downed iiiaiijfetlatioii is dircetly'tinder its
control. 5 J
By ils inagio t. uch pnins vnni-h, tin blind see, cripples,w'alk,' the dunili
speak, palsied liinl s aie icsloied lo lift, ai,d iiiolln, the deaf hear,' lever
and inflammation are allayed, iumoii aro liduied, ulcers are healed, ner
vous , irritability i- quieicd, the weak aro made strong, dwarfed children
receive magic gionili, the debilitated ami despondent youth renins bis
lost, powers, the mldUle-ngid, pnmi.tuiely old, wiecked and Impotent are
restored fo jneridinii mnnhnod and the old aio rejuenatid.-
3Dx. Q. SC. pHAMBEEEIISr
formerly of the Chy of New Y uk. t.y tpeclsl rcquod, has,-for a limited
pe.iod, localed in .J.ffer,u City and invites tho'se in quest of health to
call and tuvestlgHe Ins l.iieirlant disc .vcriej in the polarized action of
clccirlchy for Hie safe, speedy and c if, final cure of acnte, chronic and
nervous ,lieaS. So familiar are met r. adi rs with the. impovtant discov
eiies Dr Cliauibeih,. has made Ihat il is mini twin y here lo specify
tin m in detail. Su llco to M.y they embuieu his inethod'for the cqiiali'.
zalitmof the vital f.rws, the reduction of inflnmiimtloi) 'iiml. fiver, the
dl.persion of abno.mal dnpy-ii,, the lestoraUun lo lifelind' (ilollou of
cold and paridlzed members and the. resolution of hulth;Und strength
t-j tin- dehi itat d an i inlinii. . tf b
Fir thirty lhe vuiiii-tweu'y in U,() eily of Ninv Yoikf-Dr. Cham
berliu hns devoted l,U ii,,,,. and eue.gies to the iyest gallon of the
va.ious fornis of elecrleny for the .vm-iyal of ,.,.B0 anil-re.tornllou
ot the lost powers. l!y rpr,,ual,mi investigati,,,,, hhas so com
binc.l Ihe ..rnM.ge.nen s for tha more efec.iye adminUtration of M,e
elec o-viial forc.s ihat tl4 amkU-d may be assuied of return i,'r
In uuh and strengtii and a permanent cure where ,ih a result is pos-
Elect.ie!l.y is the wtid principle of life, and in our hun',lswill restore to
henhh after all oil e; menus have failed, If J ou a. e suffering from
o!ilc.rO?'iar Ur "" W L'1,!,,'K n0llantf lloultatlon.
References A. C. Davison, M.-., and Col. J U. prcc. '
Ul'-.llCl'I-i;jSON CITY. MO
Docs (I Kcnccnl lianl.lHK Ijuclncpp. Ilintitnd
sella Duiiiestlo and 1'cirolKH Kxcliancp. fat
nlfh letters oi Intcoiluctlun nml crcrllt to lit
vnrloiiK riirreiomlciitii. Alinijn linn money lo
loan Its customers. Allows Interest on lime
deposits, Ii) iiKreemeut, nnd deals in liovcrn
inenl, State, county, ,Munlelinl ISonds nnd lil(?h
(,'rado securitlvs. collections made on Kurono
itn cities direct.
W. C. Youna,
Ospar G. Burch,
JEFFKRSOX CITY, MO.
Capital, $50,000. - Suiplus, $37,750.
W. C. YOl'Nd, .I.-S. Klkmino,
.). G. HCIIOTT, .IlSSK V. IlENIiV,
FACUHTANMUI, .). Ii. UnWAKllH,
Do a ireiicr.il li,l.in)i liiiv,ni'i,s. Ilnv and sell
Koreiirn .mil Domestic. IXc.h.uijro, I'nitod states
iionds and other bei'iirities; ai'('o'.iiitB re( eived,
loans and diseounts made on lavombU terms.
I'mmja nllenllou gien to all business entrust
ed lo lis care.
D. H. Mc ntyo, j nT "biercksT
M. R. Sinks, John T. Claike.
Vice I'resideut. Assistant easlder.
The Merchants' Bank.
OF JEPKERSOX CITY, MO.
CAPITAL, - . 850,000.
D. II. MClKTllii:, K. II. lllMIEU,
L. l I.OIIJIAN, O. A. WAIIII,
M. It. Sin-ks, J. It. Kiiw Aims,
L. U. OlUlDON. .1. II. OlKUUKS,
Call Special Attention to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
liny anil ocll Ton iiiiu.d lonublio Ilvrlt.ii.vc.'
nut do a xt'iH'tal li.thkhii; (laiiiicP4. I.-;ina nr.J
DiKCOiinU) i.iiittti on tim inotl luvontM j tcrnm.
dTk iTcTt 61T y
KLSTON, COIdC COIWTY, Mo.
Methodist, Second Sunday.
I'rcsbyteri'in, Fourth Sunday:
S. J). TURNER,
S. M. ELSTON & Co ,
Gcnejal Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, lenders Twine,
&c. &c. &c. .
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Tinware, Furnituie, Culllut, Etc.
Diugn and Grocerici,
Express mid Hujl-Koad Agent.
Wst. HERRING ICR,
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer and
SST Public Auctioneer.
CKNTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO
Presbyterian, Thlid Suuday.
H.iplist, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A, GRE.UNPP,
Post Master and Justice of the Peace
P.op'r CiJinmeicilil Hotel.
Dr. M. A. DUNLAI',
MURRAY & WEAVKR,
General Me, i liiindi e.
A. A. CAMPHELL,
D. L. 1IATHIHJRN,
Gt neral Jlerchr.ndiso.
Prnp'r Until and Dealer ii
Fine WliMiiro, Wines and Cigars
JOHN F. Fi ESSA,
Miller and Dealer In Mill Stuff
MARION, COLE CO., MO
TAGART & ELLIOTT,
Qcmral Meichandlso and
OSAGE CI IT, Cole Co., Mo.
Do .ler in
General Mereh indie.
' Uelieral Jierchandise and
Finp Whiskies, Wines and Cig era.
IIONNOT'S, O'ango Co., Mo.
L. B. HOILLOT, Pi opr.
Ilonnot's Mill Hotel,
and arrent. for
W. J. Lcmp's Keg and. Bottle Qeer.
GEO, PORT H
Tho year 1800 wo will carry nn tinusualy lurgo stock
Oold Pciib, Clinins,
Cloejiti, Sleevo Buttons,
Collar Buttons, Cnrving-
Scln, Pins, liingti,
Chiirms, AVntches, Cloclir
Card Hoeoivers, Bultort
Berry .Spoons, Sugar.
Bowla, Creamore, Opera,
, Knives, Forlts, Spoons
Etc., Eta, Elc.
GALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
JH. E.SCHU kTZ.
prices Sl'" al t0P fr finl't'In83 Dr' 00t,fl' a,lJ ftt tlle Miom for low
Space forbids to quote prices, but Invite you to come and you will bo
astonished, J .
CLOAKS AND WRAPS must bo sold at wholesale prices before the
nist of January. We will not carry them over for next yi ar. Styles are
perfect, cunsislltig Li Plush, Beaver, Jersey, Cloth, Cheviot and' Tailor
Made. 1 hev are. great bargains.
DRY GOODS. Wo have been successful securing theso goods
cheaper than ever btfore, the .Kbbcrs were over slocked anil had to sell at '
a loss; tlii.ii lo.ss 3 0ur gnii, am our guilt means bargains for our cuslo-
inin'iV14!? J CL0.T!I Arl square, Lacp Curtplhs, 'Ottoman Cavf
In short wo don't cry about the McKinley bill.
TRUNKS, HAND-BAGS AND SATCHELS from the smallest and -cheapest
lo the largest, and still cheap.
BOOTS, SHOES and slippers a full and naw stock; goid winter wear,
durable, neat, good fit and cheap. Look at our $1.11? men's heavy boot.
It is a Ktui ner. J 1
BLANKETS, COMFORTS selling like hot calces.
M'RS l FUR'S ! We have an excellent line of Muffs, Boas and Capes of
flue quali-y, the nicest gifl for Christmas. '
We aie cnn-tanHy on the outlook for bargains, and pav cash, which
gives us great advantages. It will piy you always to .leal with us.
Come one, come all. ,
Both unall or tall,
We have bargains for you all.
H. E. SCHULTZ.
feouri Glotlii hm
Mr STILL LEADS THEM ALL FOR 'a
Men's, Yonlii's and CliiMren's Clothing
HATS, GAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Gents' Furnishing- Goods, &Q.
It will pay you to caii and examine
his stock before purchasing else
where. Don't Torgei the place,
' ('"i-iii'i- Hitfli & Madron Sheets, Olicmnyer'a old stand.
'"if1 iTT2 '
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed 'to Pfcjsei
-Solc Agent for Royal Java Coffee.
n L rtni-LUIIUIN tUUKtU UA! MEAL.
rim 1'i.Aou vqh
JMEW OODS NEW PRICES"
ruuu unm ur
rSOLK AGENT FOR THE i
'Celebrated John Meier'
School Shoos Srpecialtj
Call ?nd Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere
Wrl 10 13AMT 111011 St IX TENNESSEE IIOUSE.-W
Single Strap Track
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIItECT,
We can evil you
Hqrnoss at from QG.OO
Road Carta from 00. QO
BEND ron OATAtOOyn,
AGUE MAHUPAOTTJBINa 00.
, 1 M -WW
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