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STATE REfUBLlOAH.j -al 11
mrranaon city, missotoii. lK'vWpP -18 j
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Thursday, May 28, 1890. mBS&&i: JffifSSUl - -?,u:Mffl
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l)Ucnuiit mi j early I'ontincts.
Locale, 6 cents kt lluo each Insertion
TLo mull ho beats tlio basa diutn
in n bandwagon is soldom n skillful
No matter whoro Dick Croknr
got it, ho seems to be dropping it
qnito heavily on tho English turf,
Wonder if Mr, Cleveland thought
palmist who told Mrs. C. that her
next would be a boy
Secretary Carlisle keeps on ex
plaining with all tho persistency of
a man who thinks ho has a chance
to bo nominated,
Tho man who only reads the
headlines must havo been somowhat
confused at tho recent heavy, black
line announcement that "McKiuley
has gone to Cloveland."
Tho very acme of wild cat invest
ments is tho mouoy contributed to
Jjoomox Congressman Rlaml, of Mo,,
for the Democratic Presidential
It is worthy of notico that Gov.
McKiuley, Speaker Heed, Gov.
Morton, and Senators Allion aud
Quay nro not doing any abusive
If tho Cleveland Democrats are
going to control the Chicago con
vention nomo of the silver delegates
will have to sell out their constituents.
Had the Republicans had a major
ity in tho Senate. Congress would
havo udjourued May ISth, tho date
set by tho resolution adopted by the
House several weeks ago.
It is said that Mr. Cleveland is
thinking of asking Secretary Morton
to piolong his visit to tbo I'aeiiiic
coast until after tho Chicago convention.
'Iho man who occupied a chair
in a harbor shop when tho barber
became violently insane will probably
shave himself the rest uf his life, or
let his whiskers grow.
Why didn't somebody tell Senator
Hill that tho Queen of Holland was
on the marriage market, before sho
got engaged ? Davy- will he out of
a job next March.
Tho peoplo of this country may
bo trusted to settle tho third term
question, should any man ever
bamboozle a national convention
into giving them the opportunity.
Somo few Republicans are acting
as though they were almighty sorry
tho party has such a cinch on tho
Presidency this year. Too much of
that- uurl of-thinj; wilrtriJiiimie:
Impressions aro common onough,
from other people, about Mr. Clevo
land's intentions as to n third-term
nomination, hut Mr. C's own im
presion is yet to bo miulo public.
aiiitp appears to uo unite as
much exaggeration as to the uum
ber and extent of filibuster ex
peditions to Cuba as there is in the
Bumber of Spanish victories.
Joo Blackburn chuckled whon ho
learned that Secretary Carlislo was
afraid to enter tho contest with him
lor tbo coutrol of tho Kentucky
delegation to tho Democratic national
Dan Voorhees soos tho hand
writing on tho wall, and instead of
waiting until certain that his sue
capsor will bo a Republican, ho has
written a lettor announcing that he
will not bo a candidato for ro election
Wise Republicans will do well to
study, every eoheme presented to
thorn for lliolr endorsement. The
assistant Democratic, brigade of
sohemors ore nil working over time
to hutch up something that will
.endanger Republican Micoss next
gorombcr. Look out' for thou.
Jefferson City. J
Jefferson City is Infinitely the most j
cherished landmark in all our great
commonwealth. Nature made the
site upon which rests tho canitol
natural beauty Is on the great river
In honor of which our state derives
Us name, and almost exactly in the
geographical center of the common,
Patriotic associations and legends
and sentiment are associated with
Jefferson City as with no other place
in our commonwealth. The name of
the town is in honor of the immortal
author of the Dcclaratien of Inde
pendence. It has been the place
for near a century whore the great
men of the state men like ISenton,
liarton, Hates, Wriulit, Gieen, Polk,
am) a crowd of others too numerous
to name were wont to
and lay wldo and deep and strong
the foundation of the superstructure
of our great comnionwcaltli men
whose sympathies were in the right
direction, whose efforts were di
rected toward noble ends ; men who
loved their state ; men who had the
courage to take strong grounds for
its defense ; men who did their full
For Capitol Removal No.
The" acceptance by Governor Stone
of the bond given by eitlaeus of So.
dalia puts the capital removal ques
tion in position for belli" vote! .
u inc peoplo of the state next No
vember. While Sedalla is much nearer St.
Clair county than Jefferson City, we
fall to see any good reason advanced
by the former City as to why the
capital should be lemoved, save that
of aiding and abetting a lot of spec
ulators and real estate people. No
demand has ever been made by tho
people, of the state that the state gov
ernment vacate Jefferson City, and
the matter has not been referred to
except by Sedalia. State capitals
should not be junketed about at the
beck and call of any city that may
be convinced that it should have the
cougiepate sent of government, and if the prop-
ositio.i to accept Sedalia's proposi'
lion should prevail noxt November,
there is no power under the sun to
pre cut other cities securing the same
privilege and having a vote taken to
move to some other point.
Sedalia offers nothing superior to
Jefferson City in the way of location
railroad facilities or buildings. She
measuie of duty each in the sphore claims to be centrally located, but is
in which he was most useful all
contributing to 'he great and grand
result for which they hoped and
The people of Mhsauii today love
the memory of their great men o. a
former generation, and the patriotic
sentiments and instincts of the vot
ers at the November election the
sacicd associations connecting Jeffer
son City with the past history of the
state will Impel them to stay the
destroying hand that is sought to be
laid upon the historic old city.
Inspiring to fervent love of our
commonwealth, of stronger .and
sweeter Influence than melodious
song, are the recollections and re
freshing memories to which the Mis-
sourian, who is informed as i expects
the history of his state and that of
1ls great men in the past, lovi-3 to
turn and linger o'er, while our sister
town over in Pettis county has no
more charms for memory in this re
spect than would a similar area of
leiritory blocked out in the midst of
our great western desert. Marshall
Our Foreign Commerce.
How Will the Senate Stand in
39th General Assembly?
The question of who shiSo
is!):! McKiuley protection
M'M Tariff lefoim
I, WW. lUr.l'Ji
Vrnual los under Deuinc- I
Kiguies do not lie. The United
States has paid this 8318,000.000.
In bond issues. Don't blame Glo
ver, he could not pay the $318,000,- 1
000 out of his own pocket ; it was a
debt and it had to be paid. Charge
it to tho Wilson bill free tiade
Ttud yuu Ikht the triittn
not as central as Jefferson City.
Sedalia claims high altitude and
complete sewerage, but is not stipe
nor to Jefferson City. Sedalia
claims to tie progressive and enter
prising, but slit was one of the first
towns in central-western Missouri to
be crossed at right angles bv two
main lines of railroad i, and twenty
years after had but 11,000 inhabi
tants. the recent building of the
bridge across the .Missouri is a ftat
of entci'piUc. accomplished bv tho
people of Jefferson City never
equaled by Sedalia.
the estimated cost of the state
buildings which Sedalia has guaran
teed to put up without expense to
the people of Mis-ouri is $o!M,20l.
Sedalia herself states that S3."0,00()
have been spent on the buildings
now at Jefferson within the past ten
year-". No sane per-rin will imagine
1 for a moment that the sum contem
I plated will erect tho necessary build
ings at Sedalia, and there would soon
be inaugurated a scheme of jobbery
aud corruption at eacli session of the
legislature to secure additional ap
propriations, and tlio taxpayers of
the stale would be contiiliuling to the
deficiency. No modern capital
building lias been built for thrice tho
proposed and guaranteed sum. The
voter will notice that Sedalia dots
not guarantee to erect suitable and
complete buildings, but only hinds
itself for a certain sum of money.
For seventy yeais Jefferson City
has been the permanent seal of gov
ernment of Missouri. Among all
these years little objection has been
nisdo to the location, and today, on
the eve of n vole that may take the
Republican nonyrf? focrenai
.ne xwcnty-scvwtii itisirrcTta of
vital importance, not only to people I
of the district, but the entire Repub
lican party throughout the state, for
by electing three new Republicans
they will hive a majority of two.
Senators Uusehe, Keiinisli, Tun-
nell and Wurdemati, all Republicans,
whose terms expire tins fall, cairbe.
re-elected without a. doubt, as each
one's district had a good Republican
majority in 1SD2 and has Increased
Tke thiec districts most likely to
change politics this fall are the Fif
teenth, Twenty-seventh and the,
Thlity-llrst. Moriissey was elected
In the Thirty-first by a majority of
r7" in lb'!i2, nod there is but little
doubt about that district going Re
publican this fall. Yeatcr was
elected in the Fifteenth by a plural,
ity of 1,050 in 1802, and the Repub
can gain since then assures a Repub
lican senator from that district this
fall. In the twenty-seventh district,
embracing Cole, Miller, Maiics,
Osage, Phelps and Pulaski couutie",
Mosby' (Democrat) wa elected over
Schubert (Republican) by a majoiity
of .')2 vutes in 181)2. Mosby died
and Harrison was elected to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of
Mosby. With the Republican gain
in our favor sincu 1802, we are hope
ful of electing our candidate in this
(the Twenty-Fcvenlli) district, pro
vided we put tut the right man.
Tho convention, in making the njra
Ination at Jefferson City on Juno 12
should not consider personal favors,
but each delegato should support
the man who can secure tho most
votes in the general election.
It is our opinion that the conven
tion cannot lind u stionuer man in
the district for the position than Dr.
J. L. Short of Rolla. lie is not an
old politician, but ho is fav irably
known all over tho district. Ho has
been a rcMdent of Phelps county
about nine yeais, ami is the present
representative, having been elected
in IS'Jj over an adverse majority of
more than 300. His record in tho
legislature is above criticism even
by his most bitter opponents. In
case of Dr. Short's nomination at
the convention ho will carry Ids own
county by a majority sulftcienlly
large to make his election reasonably
sure. Rolla New hra.
' The Band BoWt
Tho following rosolnllbns wuro
adopted by tho SlatoTJiuiit Assoc na
tion nt tho close of the'Se.spion Sat
Whoreas, tho Missouri Stnlo Band
Association has just closed its tenth
annual mooting, which has boon Tory
successful in many points of view,
Wo doom it a fitting titno to Dxpross
otir appreciation of the-many favors
txtentled us. Tho citizens, of Jef
ferson City have been hospitable and
courteous to tho strunglrs and visit
ors who havo sojourned during tho
st week nt tho Stale Capital j tho
ladies of tho city' have mado every
effort lo entertain Mho wandering,
fun-loving musicians, and the peoplo
of tho city and county gonerally
Imvo contiibutod larcelv to tho
uccoss of a pleasant and profitable
'meeting; tlhcrefoif, bo it
Ilesotvod, first,, that the Missouri
(Statu Baud Association extends its
sjiicercLand hoartfolt thanks to tho
1 pcoplijjfJcfrorson City for
Second That wo especially
apprecin'to tho efforts of tho Jefferson
City banJl and looal mnnagoinent in
tho arrangements of the mooting,
and siucorely regret that the clomonts
caused them such serious loss.
Third That wo extend to Mayor
Silver our thanks for tho freedom of
tho city, tho ladies and tho band
boys for uu eujoyablo ball and othor
pntortniunientH, and tho many houBo
liolds in which tho band bos wero
Fourth -We also extend to the
press our thanks for tho impartial
maun?r in which they recorded tho
proceedings of tho meetings, and tho
liberal space thoy dovotcd in our
behalf in their valuable papers.
..J. F, Rroekman,
C J. Kiel,
H. W. Shepard.
Married ' ,'
Mr. Frank J. Mcf J(eiT.nd Mfis
Josephine Austccle were,, unitcd.'lri
matrlogo by Squire Siller on Sunday,
May 24th, at the office of Col. Wei
dicker. Both of Klstou.
Boils and pimples' aro due to im,
pure blood. Romovo thorn by mnk
log tho blood pure with , Hood'
DEBILITY AND 'WEAKNESS,
Jefferson, Ma, Fob, 12, 1800. I
hnvo been taking Hood' Sarsnpanl
la for general debility, weakness ond
sick-hednche. Since taking it I
can go up and down stairs ond havn
found rmicb-bonont in Hood g Sarsa
vmrilla. I know it is an oxcellent
mcdicino. O. D. HarkinB.
Hood's Pill's cure nil liver ills.
Tho officers elected are: President,
Fred J. Dmuuth, Lebanon; vico
president, O. J. Kiel, Clinton; secro
tary, H. W. Shepard, Warrensburg;
treasurer,Oscar Hrock, Warrensburg,
musical director, Thomas Swan.
Warrensburg; drum major, E. S.
Waronsburg mado a vory liberal'
offer through J. II. Christofer for
the meeting next year, and was
given that honor.
From a financial standpoint tho
meeting was not as good as was
hoped for, owing to rain on Thurs
day night which prevented the con
tort that evening. Exponsos were
made, however. Warrensburg was
selected for tho next mooting.
Hoff'Is 41ttrTime to Order-
A Fine Cnstom-Made
Wo are prepared to furnish you
with the BEST GOODS and
A Perfect Fit!
Our past cxpcrlcnco is a guarantee
of our future succss.
A new line of goods, and would be most
pleased to see our old customers or any
new ones, wo snail uo pieascu to wait
on all. GIVE US A CALL,.
FORGET THE PLACE.
HIGH ST. Jefferson City,
S. W. STUART,
capital to another town, not one
point has been raised of importance
Our exports of breadsluffs -inder i to the people in favor of the removal j
Jefferson City during tho Inst
few years has improved moro than
any other city in tho state. A
largo amount of monoy has beon
spent in public improvements and
tho streets nro being made equal to
those of any city in tho stnto. The
now bridgo is ono of tho hand
somoafc structures in tho country and
recipiocity in 1802, worth
.'100,000, fell off to 8111,001,000 in
Yes, and somehow it's the fanner
who stands this big lois. Just such
things as this is what makes wheat
50 cents per bushel, lly thl wy
where nie tho good times "the Demo
crats were promising so lavishly In
the campaign of 1802.
conn ! scheme. Tho taxpayer should serl
ousiy cousmur me mutier ueioro
casting his ballot.
Tho capital 9liould stay at Jeffer
Call for a Republican Senatorial
Roixa, Mo., May 10, 189(1.
A delegated convention of the Re
publicans of the 27ili senatorial dls-
Advocates of tariff rovisou do not trict of Missouri Is hereby called lo
claim that tho country is going to meet at Jefferson City, Mo., on the
tho dogs. They merely assert that j 1-th day of June, 180C, at 2:30
the wealth of tho country is going P- n., for tho purpose of nominat
ing n candidate for senator for se
lecting a new committee, and for
transacting such other business as
may be prrpcrly brought before It.
Tho basis of ri presentation will be
ono delegate for each 2C0 voles, in
fraction thereof, amounting to JOO
or more, cast for WaltoUr M.Ro.bin
son, Republican candidato for su
preme judge at tho election of 1891,
, Aeorirdlmm' np!' r-nimli. vlll Imt.n
of'railrod between St. Petersburg the follnwlmr niimlier nf ,iinintA.
to tho factory owners N. Y. Her
Under "tariff rovisiou" it goes to
"the factory owners" at Europe.
Much bettor keop it nt homo.
How Grover witli only his scoro
or so of detectives to follow him
around must envy tho Czar of It us.
sin, who had tho entiro -400 miles
and Moscow guarded by soldiers
when he mode the trip to and from
Hon. Pony Belmont, tho man
who once tried to raoukey with the
Blaino bnzzsaw, has gouo to London
traveling public. Mexico
It (tho Democratic party) has be
come in a true sense the, party of thu
people, tho exponent of equal rights,
and It has planted itself upon a
principle which is impregnable.-
Edward Atkinson at Boston, June
It is impregnable In ono respect at
least, and that is In creating panics,
business depressions and genoral
bankruptcy of tho country.
Bridgo celebration day
bo nu exceptionally lino
No mystery about it. When tho
bhakers offered some time ago to
to give away a bottle of
their Digestive Cordial lo any one
who might call at their Now York
oillec, there was a great rush and a
,'icat many people thought they were
Subsequent events prove it to havo
been a very clever advertising trans
aqtion, for although they gave away
thousands of bottles, it was In the
cud profitable ; nearly every one that
took a free bottle came back for
uihro and paid for it with pleasure,
saying they had derived belter ra
suits from ilsuse than from any
otier medicine they hail overused.
There la nothing so uuifoimly suo
ce'sful In the treatment of stomach
troubles as the. Shaker Digestive
Cordial, and what h bctUr than all,
it relieves at once.
LAXOL, the new form of Ca9tor
Oil, is so palitable, that children lick
tue spoon clean .
Nipped a Diamond.
George Kirkpatrick of Warrens
burg .was robbed of a diamond stud
. CVIilnir ntr,l,t
Jbol Uayls was arrested for tho
robbery . On being searched a stud
was taken from his inside coat pock
et, which ho readily admitted was
Kirkpatrick's, but on being placed
in jail he declared it was only t
50-cent paste diamond. Mr, Kirk
patrick was unable to idantlfy the
stone, having owned It for a short
time only. Davis waived a prellmi.
nary examination and was held by
Justice of the Peace Stone for the
grand Jury. During the afternoon
It appears that Kirkpatrick recovered
his diamond.- It is said that he (
agreed not to prosecute if tho stone
was" returned. However, he will bo
compelled to go before the grand
jury when it meets In July,
THE BEST GROCERIES
At LowcHt Possjlflt! Prices
NO. 700SCAST HIGH ST.,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
CHEAP FOR CASH TO-MORROW
When you buy Dry Goods
or Groceries of
M. KRAUS, 631 E. High St,
you have nnbad blllf, tlwt are Inevitable
witn hid ciluit system, to oe added to
good Cash customers, In order that tho
dealer may declare a "illyldeud." A
trial will convlneo you that my prices
JUSTIFY OASII Tit ANS ACTIONS. "
nSASdUlliTEKS FOR COLE mm FAM8I13
Liquors at Wholesalo nnd Retail.
Kit EE LUNCH EVERY MOUNINO.
Biat Clean, Kte. 122 Eait High St
Cornpr of High anil Monro flU.,
Jcgorton City, Mliioarl.
W. w. waoneb, proprtttor;
Rates, $2.00 Per Day.
One of the beil equipped UoUU
nnlarel, refitted and rIurntahed.
Llrl..laiH lu all rteparlm. nu.
KellaMe porters at all trains.
UHctiioOslls and lla gueat caU
and flro alarm In every room.
Oau-e, dlulnir rom and larveak
sainpl room la tho city, oa-arsl "
. j WheuyWsee a "good-looking" J
'3t(! nvmevi'you nearly alwavs cee a &J
VaJ healtliy.wotnan. fleauty la really V
0 too physician, and reveal eecretstbftt ho outhtnotlolnow. ' '" V
W Nine-tenths of vvomen'atrouUescaubec-Are'dvyiUioatpliyslciaa'a aid. W
.r. nr . .... --,Iw,,'- t' .r
It in the attractlveneaa of V
face aid form that comes naturally w
when i tilt uesss ami pain are absent, ff.
SicUua-tiBiid.paln arlvs attractive- J
itiauitncuuTo maice women oe- jr.
MUNN CO.. ut BaotuwtT. Naw Yoaa;.
pldeit bureau tor securlns patents la America.
Kverynstnt taken out lrusls brought befora
tuo pubuo by a notlua given rres of cbarae fa aba
lievo tlejrtOTjureS can be cured at W
kbwb'.-t 'The'ooliular belief la that kJ
they imtaefHuc'r.on and on or go.JJ
Issued by order pf senatorial cam-
to ask Whero did ho gqt-it Crokor nuttco, May 10, 1890,
it bo may
havo tho Democratic
for Gov. ol Now York,
Autiiuu C0118K, Chairmao,
J, L. Rogers, Secretary,
g WOTE3 Oi.fO'O'Xg:
y n toacuy luakopa lue urulu on tue yttetv -SA
and pull at the organs of womanhood. ItmaJvij''
CS. wake them attractive by making them heWiliy,'
Y sor.inir AixmiAr.r.KfiWirh
f n w. .s.
On January 1 lib. 28th. February
tilth and March IO1I1,. 1890, the M;,
K, T. Railway will sell tickets to
all Tc.a points, to, Louisiana, west
of Lafayette, to Arizona (Marecous
and oast thereof) and, .to polnla on
romn line, 01 m.-, is, k T, railway,
StrLoulsiAtid .Hannibal ta'Cuetdpa
Inoluslvo, ""at- rate, dr'ne'arojfoV
jo'utid, trip,'1 plus $2imliiiinilraV?lllnB
tijtn 80, days' 'from'f;dali.iof;Sale,'
WHAT HE WANTS
What He Warits&!(!
HAD TO GIVE HIJt UP, Is (ho way they refer In most Clothing T
stores to man who walks out without
He Does Know
That Is tho trouble. Men who nra hard to please In a Clothing.
Store are genorally good judges of Clothing. They have a gift pf
spotting bad fabrics, poor patterns and skimpy tailoring. THEY
KNOW HOW A GARMENT SHOULD Vl'V, Experience Is the
best. teacher. Wo have learned to know the demand of tho trade.
All we ask of any one is a fair trial. .
Our'Spnrig Stock is Complete."
Wo invito our customers nnd strangers to examine our stock"and
prices before buying elsewhere. Wo guarantee to savo you
money. Come nnd see us. as thero is no harm to look.
Globe Shoe and Clothingjouss,
210 E. High St., Jefferson City.
' - v ' J. SIEGFItlED,' 1'roptlelor. '
. C. "CZARLINSKY, Manager.
Joseph- Stampfli & Co.
UNDERTAKER i and t EMBALMER
Day and JiflCCalls Attended to Promptly.
Professional and Business
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
J. O. FISHER,
100 East Hich Street.
F. E. LUCKET,
200 East High Street.
" 103 West High Street.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
- oscar q; burch,.
124 East High Street.
201 East High Street.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK,
124 East High Street
DOOK8 AND STATIONERY.
225 Madison Street.
Ed Holtschneider's -
Satisfaction. Guaranteed ,
MAIN STREET, s
MAKER or TUB-.
Flaoit Rldltlg "Hailrllo Mad, aid la
Quarantecd not to Break or Spread .
123 East Hion St.
y, A. DALLMEYER.
O, W. WALLENDOnP, UtBSgar.
' LiiFe,,CycIone, -Plate
And Endowment Insurance
Jsa w, Ilr.sar,
COAL AND WOOD.
L D. GORDON,
Olllce & Telephone, LiuUard'a Storo.
JESSE W, HENRY,
.INSURANCE ANb'REAU ESTATE,
First National Bank;;
- jepfkbson orry, mo.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, 550.QM,
II. 8. Tona, Jaasa W, Hanty,
Conrad Wasucr, 1. 8, Flaming,
j.oorj Tunr, H, o. OaUbaraj;
7 tlMBrr J. nnll.
States Bonds and oth.r saoorlUaai tHguMKli;
raoairad, loans and dlaootiata tnadaoo tfrif&
business antrnited la lu csra.
- - .T i 1 .ih!5,7 vs f iuu. . nor luriiiurimurniRiioii.ciiiL on ujv.ivri.w, -i .1 ijjjjjjjjjjjjjjavr?rijjjjjjjjjjjv?..4 vafa.r
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