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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
Subscription, $1.00 Per Yoqp,
F. G. FuLKinsos, Business Manager.
Thursday, January 2, 1890.
Billy Rider has been forced to re
tire from his lucrative position. Billy
Is now looking for something "equally
as good."
LaGrhtf. seems to bo contagious,
but tlicro is no danger of the demo
cratio "grip" on the presidency be
coming contagious.
The process of turning the demo
crats out eocs bravely on. Clarkson
seems to understand the require'
merits of the situation to a dot.
the fraternal feelings between tho
two sections expand and grow into
brotherly love than can be hoped for
from any other living southerner.
Ho was an orator of recognized
strength, and, while the most devoted
friend of southern institutions and
Its people, ho was liberal in his views,
was a great educator of tho people of
that great section. Ills recent visit
to Boston and New England was al
most an ovation. Tho north loved
Grady, and it mourns his loss more
sincerely perhaps than tho south.
The LaGrippc seems to bo a new
thing, but before tho democratic
party gets another grip on the nation
al treasury it will be gray headed.
Our poetic contributions have beci
limited, owing, no doubt, to the ab
senco of the "beautiful snow," but
what's tho matter with "balmy
spring."
And now it is asserted that the
reason ot the young Emperor of Ger
many is threatened on account of
tho terrible car trouble to which he
is subjected.
The great American reformer, Mr,
Canada Silcott, is enjoying S2,800
worth of Mr. Mills earth. The only
resret seems to be that ho didn't
take Mills, too.
The oldest inhabitant, when it i
suggested to him that this is peculiar
weather, now, immediately proceeds
to crawl into a small hole and pulls
the hole in after him.
The large number of changes at
tho prison during Warden Morrison'
administration has given the repub-
licans increased hopes of carrying
Cole county this fall.
There is an intimation that there
will bo an independent democratic
candidate for the legislature against
the regular democratic nominee in
this county. Look out for sr-tials.
The secretary of tho treasury has
advertised for sealed bids for tho ex
clusive privilege of tho seal fisheries
of the next twenty years. A certified
check for 100,000 is required as a
deposit with every bid. Tho Alaika
company that has enjoyed tho mon
opoly for tho past twenty years paid
$200,000 per annum. Here is
chanco for somo enterprising young
man who is anxious to go west and
grow up witu the country.
Is there anything strange about
tho republicans expectation of carry
ing the next legislature, when it only
needed seventeen additional mem
bers to control the last session V
Hardly, when tho fact is considered
that twenty-thrco of the democratic
members elected had less than 130
majority and eleven ot those elected
had no majority at ail. Therefore,
it scetns to us an easy matter to get
seventeen out of the thirty-four, and
if we do, we've got 'cm.
The fall elections have taught us
all a lesson. It forces the conviction
that party ties are not what they
used to be. Tho voter of to-day was
an infant when the war closed, ami
he is not moved b3 the sr.me impul
ses that inllucnucd his father. He
looks at parties through different
spectacles and hence the largo ma
jorities in such stales as Iowa are not
to be counted upon hereafter. Every
national election leaves the war four
years further behind, and in this fact
wo see Missouri emerging from a
hopeless to a blight and glorious
future. Missouri, the garden spot of
America, will proclaim her prin
cipals in 1802, and possibly in 1800.
The Silcot steal is trying to hide
itself behind a congressional grab.
The man that gtabs will wonder,
when !i 'returns home, whether he
has been hit wilh a sand bag or a
slung shot.
Mr. John- T. Clark, commander
of Garfield Post of the Grand Army
of the Republic, is an untiling work
er, and is determined to make the
encampment at this place in April a
brilliant success.
tho lower house of tho legislature
wero elected last year by less than
200 majority. A change of 100 votes
in theso districts would glvo tho re
publicans tliiity-onc additional mem
bers and a big majority on joint
ballot.
In cloven of theso thlity-ono. dis
tricts tho demqcratlo member was
chosen by a plurality vote, failing to
receive a majority.
Tlico figures ought to encourage
the republicans to co to work. A
little earnest, effective work in these
districts might result In giving the
legislature to tho parly of progress,
ana everyone must concede, wo
think, that control of the legislature,
when the chances are so- good, is
worth working for.
It is evident that the people want
a change. Tho reduction in the
democratic majorities last year shows
that the people are getting tired of
misrule.
In a democratic club meeting held
in tins county not long ago, it is said
a strong democrat got up to oppose
a resolution binding all the members
to vote the democratic ticket regard
less of who might be on it, and said
lie "would liko to see this county
represented in the legislature once."
This expression undoubtedly voices
tho scnt'inonls of many democrats
throughout the slate. They would
like to sec their counties represented
in the legislature.
If the republicans will nominate
good, representative men in these
doubtful counties, and will organize
their forces and go to work in the
right way, wo believe ihey can elect
a nvtjority of the legislature. It will
take lota of work to win, but no vic
tory that is worth anything can be
won without woik.
Every republican in the stale ought
to take an active Interest m the light
next year. Next year is the time for
a fight, and we hope that the repub
lican forces all over tiie state will be
organized ami rea ly for woik when
the campaign opens.
Let's go to work. lljonvillo Re
publican.
The next legislature will be against
the dominant, party. We feel It in
tho air.
GrROGERIE
CM. THOMHS
i in
CONDIMENTS.
AND LEADING BRANDS OF
Imported
-HOLIDAY GOODS A SPECIALTY-
202 East High Street, Jefferson Oity.
Some gentleman in the east is try
ing to organize a paper that will tell
tho truth, "the whole truth and noth
ing but the truth." He is evidently
unaware of the existence of The
State Repl-m.icak.
Br the same cable that announces
that Brazil has proclaimed her repub
licanism comes the sad intelligence
of the death of the ex-Empress of
Brazil at Oporto. Tho old cmperer's
troubles tlo not como single handed.
The crand army intend to make
the meeting in Jefferson City in April
memorable- not only in point of
members, but also in all other re
spects. Everything is being done by
the post here to make it a delightful
gathering for the old heroes.
Mr. Parnkli. lias just been made
a co-defendant in a suit for divorce
brought by Mr. O'Shea, an ex M. P,
against his wife. Thus the general
public will be given an opportunity
to look behind the scenes to leain
1 why Mr. Parncll got n seat iu parla
. ment for Mr. O'Shea.
On tho night of the 28th inst. the
nercss Augusta of Germany, gave
al reception to Minister Phelps,
United .Mates, in the
' her full court. She ex-
that tho great power
tales would always'be
kcace of nations.
all tlio-iifom
ifflishington
Irotected his
Re steal until
id, and him
to Canada
fght, with propriety,
as just a little too
was Hashed over
R3il Inst., announ
of Henry W. Grady
danger. Later the
It was received with
'throughout the en
north especially
loss qf this chief of tho
fur In lilra it saw tho raa
(bat would 4q mora to make
'A HAPPY
NEW YEAR '
lor tlio year liWO wo will carry an unusual large stock-
Consisting of Many Articles Suitablo for Christmas Gifts at Lowest Prices,
Gold Pons, Chains,
Clocks, Sleovo Buttons,
Collar Buttons, Carving
Sotn, Pius, Rings,
Charms, Watches, Clod
Castors,
I
-GLERINQ SjfcloE
Has i Already Commenced i ate
The Spot Ca&MPQ
TCI
Card Receivers, Buticr-
Dishes, Thimbles,
Berry Spoons, Sugar
Bowls, Creamers, Opera
Glasses,
Knives, Forks, Spoons
Etc., Etc., Etc.
pY GOODS HOUSE OF-
GALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
HENRY WAGNER
-DEALIIU IN
WirA LIQUORS, SIGftRS, ET.,
no. 221 i:st niiiii sTitr.irr.
A flue Lunch counter run in connec- ,
til. .1 I ...I I. .....I. '
UUI1 Will! L1IU 3UIUUII, njiciu lUIIVII Wll
be had u all hours.
-I
MAN
Tin: republicans of Missouri arc in
the Held now, at work organizing for
the next campaign. 'What are the
democrats doina? Sitlins with their
urms folded, "Missouri is all right,
we had a majority of sixty thousand
when Gov. Phelps was elected.
How large was vour majority when
Gov. Francis was elected? Colo
County Democrat.
There is only one thing that will
rejuvenate that will put a little of
the elixir of life, so to speak, into
the democratic party and that is to
retire it from ollice for al least four
years, mo "cnangc ' called lor,
with such potential effect, in the
national election of 18SG, is what a
competent physician after proper
diagnoses would prescribe for tin
people, of Missouri.
PuusinusT Harrison has been se
vercly criticised, and much of the
criticism is undoubtcdlv due to his
appointment of relatives to ofllce.
While that is a matlei of personal
concern to the president, providing
of course, that the appointees possess
tho requisite qualifications required
for tho proper performance of the
woik required by Hie public acivi'-e,
still it is one of the small things that
can be used with great effectiveness
by the opposition press. Still the
president's fitness for the ofllce should
in no wise be gauged by so trivial a
matter. The question is, lias he in
ottier respects met tho full measure of
public expectation. It is hardly Just
after a trial of only eight months to
pa i judgment on a man who Is nec
essarily forced to disappoint thou
sands of applicants for olllco, all of
whom, naturally enough, conclude
that the president is not quite us big
a man as lie would have been had he
appointed the disappointed individual
to tho oflico applied for, or give him
something, 'Equally as good." Our
advice to republicans is to give Har
rison a fair show. It is unfair to'
judge him during tho first eight
months of his administration. Re
pilbllcins will iccall the fact that
Cleveland was the most unpopular
man in Ills party a year after his in
auguration, while to-day, he is the
Moses that they expect to call on to
lead them out of tho wilderness. Give
tho president a fair chance before
sewing seed of discord In tho party.
FACTS AND FIGURES.
Somo time ago this paper called at
tention to tho foot that tho demo
cratic majority in tho legislature was
backed by a slim vo'.c and rested
upon a very uncertain foundation.
Tho democratic mnjutity on Joint
ballot is thirty-two. It will require
a change in seventeen districts to'
give the republicans control of the
legislature.
Tliirly-ouQ democrfttio members of
POLITICS.
Edwin Silver is mentioned as an
aspirant for senatorial honors. This
is going to be a bad year for demo
crats, and all wise men will stand
from under.
Tom Mulian, Billy Roer and Jos.
Frommc, with tho rural district to be
heard from, want the democratic
nomination for collector. After
Henry Dulle gets through with them
they will knotv more about La
Grippc. Some republican will have to make
the race for the legislature this year
from Cole county mid win it. Dr.
Enloo came within sixty-one votes of
it last election, notwithstanding the
superhuman cffoit made by his op
ponent. The friends of Mr. Gus. E. Lnh
inan are urging him to apply fur the
position of deputy United States
maiohal. Mr. Lohmati is a gentle
man who, if appointed, will be a
credit to the service and tiin new
marshal, if lie wants an honest, com
petent and trustworthy deputy, will
give the place to him if lie wants it.
Up to date no democrat has had
the courage to intimate a desire to
run against Arluur Urimslmw for
county clerk.
11. A. Swift says he will not ngdu
be a candidate for county judge.
But tho judge will find vox lmiiuli too
strong to resist. There is no excuse,
judge.
V
REAL ESTATE ACEWCY.
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(01T1CE UVEK EXCHANGE HANK)
1)1 RECTO RY
ELSTO.V, COLE COL'NTV, Mo.
CHURCH JIUKTIXdS.
Baptist, First Sunday.
Methodist, Second Sunday.
Prcbxtciiian, Fourth Sunday:
S. D. TURNER,
Physician.
S. M. ELSTOX & Co ,
General Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Binders Twine,
"&c. &v. &c.
B. LACK AMP,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Tinware, Furniture, Collins, ICtc.
GEORGE ELSTOX,
Drugs and Gioueiies,
Express ami Rail-Road Agent.
LOUIS WO
Wholesale i and Re tail i Dea1 er 5 i n
.cuothiHg
DV GOODS
CARPETS.
Trunks, Hals, Caps,
furnishing Goods, Etc.
bay'l'liH Largest, llect and Cheapest
.Stock of Caiputs in the City
For Itaigalus In anything in my line,
plcu.-e call ami be convince. 1 of the, fact.
LOUIS WOI.KEIt.MA,
212 East High Street
ft
OFFICERS.
MAYdli IMllllIp Olt.
W.irU-IS'igen WllUreon, I I). (ir
ilon. Second Wanl Johu A. MnJardt, Adolph
Klsr.or.
Third Ward W. W. Clltliiui, Tlico. Tanner,
l'nurlli Ward I.. Fran, J. t'ltziuitriclt.
CI.i:i:i-()uu. X, Winstim.
A'rruuNnv-F. u. t.u.-.utt.
CUI.I.IJCTOIt r. W. Hour.
TKKA.si'iiuu-w, a. Dulliiicycr.
AhsESMjK S . Tcnnv.
11. 1'nwie.
MAUMIA.V-Jacob Mlurmor.
CHURCHES.
if. K. Church South, Stain, between Marti-
sou and .Uosroo streets. 8olv1cos: 10:15
a.m. ana i:1j p. in. tjund.iy koliool U
a. m,
Methodist EjiUcopal, German, Northeast
corner llroadn ay and Klin slreels. ser
vices: 11 u. ni. und "SM p. in. bunday
school U u. in,
A. M. E. Church, (colored,) Southeast cor
ner Madison and .Miller streets. Ser
vices: 11 u. in. and 7:0V p. in. Sunday
school tl n. in.
l-'Iist ILipllst, eonmr Monroe mid Main
Mvcotn. Senlce: 11 a. in. and 7;:'0p. in.
Sunday school a a. in.
Second Baptist Church, corner Monroe and
Miller streets,
Presbyterian Church, northwest corner of
Madison and McOany stu cts. Services:
II a. in. and TiW p. m. Sunday school
0:30 a, in.
Christian Church, East Main street.
Trinity Gorman Evangelical Lutheran, .1.11
Monrop street. Sonlces: 10 a. in, and
2:3i)p. in, every other Suuday.
German Evanaellt.il. Washington St. Scr
vices: IU a. in, and "-30. Sunday school
2 p. in.
St Teters Catholic Church, Uroadway. Sun
day services; Mass, 0, B, and 10:30 a, in.;
Vispors, 3p, in, 4
Hebrew, Jleth Ell, west side, Monroo. north
ofjuurty, eenlcsj Wjp,m, ffWai'i.
J. J. SlIKIKE.
Watchmaker and .k-weler. Repairing
Promptly Done and Warranted.
OENTREIWX, COLU CO. JIO.
CllUltUlI Mi:UTlS(ii.
Presbyterian, Thiid Sunday.
Raplist, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A. GRUKNU1',
Post Mailer and Justice of the Peace,
l'.'op'r Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A.
DUNLAP,
Druggist.
MURRAY & WIS AVER,
General Merchandise.
M,
HANDLEY,
General Mcichandl-c.
A. A. CAMPUKLL,
General Merchandise.
D,
L. HATH HORN,
Gi'tieral Merchandise.
GEOUGE POPE,
Prop'r Hotel and Dealer in
Fino Whiskies, Wines mid Cigars.
ANTON NATSCH
: liiiAT.r.u -:- in :
rn
O
Tinware, Metal Roofing.
I HAVE OX HAND Till:
St, Clair and Bellville
Oooking Stoves,
AND TUB
ParlorjOneen Healing Stoves.
The very latest and bcsl Btoves man
ufactuicd, fully warranted, call and
ace Ilium.
Guttering, Lightning Rod, IHc, al
the lowest prices and warranted.
toiyAll repairing nca.ly done.
103 West Main Street.
Opposite Gas Works,
CHICAGO & ALTON RAILROAD
Omnibus lr-aves .Tefferfnn Ollv. 7:3
a. in. every day except Sunday, eon
ncetlng with tho train leaving Ceilur
City al Sa. m. and which makes inn nipt
connect Inn at Mexico with all trains
golm? east, west or north.
JONATHAN UltlMSHA'VV, Ticket Agi-llt
PACIFIC EAILltOAIi TIME TAI1EE
CIIANUK OF TIME.
Tho Missouri I'm-lflu railroad on an
after this date will iuh trains us follows
JOHN F. FLESSA,
Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MAIHON, COLU CO., MO.
TAGART & ELLIOTT,
G.-iural Merchandise and
Country Produce.
OSAGE CITY, Cole Co., Mo.
C. KOEIILEH,
Dealer in
General Murolnndistf.
THEODORE SCI1KULEN,'
General Merchandise and
Country Produce.
HENRY POPE,
Dealer In
Fino Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
HOJ.NOT'S, Osngo Co., Mo.
L. U. IIOILLOT, Propr.
llonticVa Mill Ilotpl,
.and agent for
W, J. Lcuip'a Keg and UoUlo Uocr,
A'ESTWAUD.
N'o 1 ,!).) Evprc-f3... Arrives 1 :00 p.m
Li nU's 1 :K)p.m
N'o. 3, Through Express. Arrives 12,
2s a. in. Leaves 12:28 a. in
N'o. 5, I.oeal Passenger. Arrives 12::ji
p. in. Leaves 12; 15 .ni
Xo. 0, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a. in
I.faviM2:lU a. m
Freight, carries passengers. Leayc8!):25
a. in.
has rw Alti).
NTo. 2, Pay Express.... Ariives 2:10 p.m
Leaves 2:33 p. in
No. 4, Thioti"li Express. Arrives 2:10
a. in. Leavt-s 2:10 a. in
No. U, Local Passenger. Arilvcs 1:20
Leaves 1 :10 p. m
Freight, cavilcs passengers. Leaves 4:10
p. ni.
Local passenger trains B aud 0 run be
tweon St. LouU and Kansas City. Three
sections of night train east. Texas ex
press, No. 0, lias lbroc;u elialr car via
Lexington branch. Free reclining chair
ears on all through trains.
LKI1ANO.N JlllAKCIt.
Trains leave Jefferson Oity at 0:30 a
in., arriving ut Aurora 0:110 a. ni.
Itnturulmr, will leave Auio.a at 11.-30
m( arriving at Jefferson City, at 2:30
JOliH J. ClillUCU,Agt.
ZMI-A-IDISOILSr STREET.
I
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Encyclopedia of Practical Information.
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In order to tfTfint a r.onfftmnlatp.H '
change in our business, we are com- '
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We therefore offer everything
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