"THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI
Subscription, $1.00 Pott Year,
F. O. Fulkersov, Business Mtuniger.
Thursday, March 13, 1890.
There must bo a change.
The spring election is near at
Cole county Is getting into line for
n rousing republican victory this
Gov. Fiiaxcis Las appointed Lon
V. Stevens treasurer to succeed Ed
Tub fanners want some of the po
llticnl chicken pie this year and will
XoTiiiNd will satisfy the party this
year but n full ticket and a complete
Fno.M all money centers it is learned
that February was a bad month for
The legislature in 1891 will be
anti-bourbon. Whisper it to Jlr.
The republican party is gradually
moving to the front of the proees
sion in Missouri.
Twenty years of democracy is
enough for any state. There will be
a change in 1812.
The committees appointed to solicit
funds to pay the incidental expenses
of the Grand Army arc expected to
push their work.
The Grand Army reunion will soon
bo with us. If the weather that we
arc now having is a sample of the
April weather we are to have it will
be a little disagreeable to camp out.
At a meeting of the republicans
held at the court house on Saturday
evening last, it was decided to nomi
nate a ticket for city olllccrs and
Chicago has her hands full in the
world's fair business, but what she
needs most is her treasury full. Con
gress will no doubt be called upon
to help her out of her dilllcultius.
It must be remembered by all re
publicans that under the Australian
system of voting the occupation of
tnc democratic "worker" at the polN
Is gone, which means a great deal for
the republican ticket.
The market house was sold on
Saturday last for 8100. The gener
ousgift of Hragg Halt by Mnj. Clarke
has enabled the city to rid itself of
an obstacle to the progress of High
street, that has bothered it for many
No argument can be made that
will induce the people of Missouri to
change their opinion that a change
in the administration of the stale
government is neccs&ary. Even the
mossback is beginning to concede
that four years of republican rule in
Missouri will have to be resorted to
to straighten out matters.
The fact that work has been begun
on the river route from Roonville,
will cheer the heait of every Jiffer
sonian. The completion of tins road
will put Jefferson City in closer prrx
fmily with North Missouri, ami will
remove most of the complaint about
this crossing of the Missouri at this
point in winter, as it will be almost
as near to Jefferson by way of Boon
vllle, where there is a bridge, as via
the C. & A.
The co-operative system of run
ning stores for the ostensible purpose
of helping the working men, has
proven a failure in Philadelphia. In
this age of competition in mercantile
pursuits, it stands to reason that it
will cost more money to hire men to
run a store operated on the co-operative
system than those operated by
private individuals, who tiro satis
fled if they make a bare living out of
The War of the Hcbellion. The
amount disbursed for pensions in
1880 was 888,275,21 The average
duration of life on which we piy our
life insurance premium would lead us
to expect that all nho stood in battle
nrray in J8G4 should have departed
this life by the year 1890. except the
uninjured, iho very strongest, and
the most careful and tcraperato liv
ers. It would appear, however, that
thcro are still living of those in the
ranks in I8CI, and who met casual!
lies, 62G.8G3, or their nldows, equally
under tho vital rulo. Now, there is a
question hero for life-insurance men
to answer. You can always depend
on the Insurance man figuring ona
safe bash. Thai's where he make
E. T. NOLAND.
For twelve years or more State
Treasurer Ed. Noland has been a fa
miliar tlguro on the streets of Jeffer
son City, and tho fact that he was
well thought of by all of our people
Is made evident by the fact that Mr.
J. S. Fleming, one of our best In
formed nnd most careful bankers,
went on his bond. Republicans that
knew him always had a kind word
for Ed. Noland. lie was one of
those men that mado fiicnds every
where and kept them. How ho per
mitted himself to be lead into the
qaugmiro of Inextricable financial
troubles is one of those tilings that
his friends are unable to understand.
He had a good name and a promis
ing future, politically, and that he
should have thrown it away while In
the possession of his full senses in a
game of poker, is beyond human un
derstanding. His proposed statement
may throw some light on the sub
ject. Ik the past, whenever Jefferson
City lo3t tho democratic convention
it was charged to the fact that repub
licans owned the hotels. The local
bosses must now find some other ex
cuse, since tho largest hotel in the
town lias gotten into democratic
Tins weather has ccitainly been
one of the wonders of the year. Du
ring the pas' fifteen days the ther
mometer has twice gone below zero,
the coldest days of tho winter, du
ring all of which time the wind has
.remained practically in tho north,
making freezing weather every night
for thai length of time.
Tin: appointment of Judge Stamp
fli as postmaster will give the repub
Means a half dozen good places in
Iho postofllec department that the
demociats have been enjoying for
the past four years . We are sorry
that the Judge hasn't a dozen places
to give to the good republicans who
have applied, but he hasn't, so some
of the applicants will have to be dis
appointed, but he will do the best he
can, and with thai, all must be satisfied.
SrnAKr.n Riir.n's quoiuin rule. It
is quite likely that the rule of
the present house of representatives,
for including non-voteis in those
present to decide the question of
quorum, will become the rule in all
deliberative bodies in the country. It
seems reasonable and right that if
members aro paid for attending and
voting, they should do so, and leave
results to their constituents. It is
unmanly to play dog in the manger,
and block the business of the people
by silence and forcing "no quorum."
Surely, every manly man will say it
is manly and right to vote and not
dodge any question, but for each
representative to do his duty, and if
a majority carry bad measures, the
I coplc whose business it is will note
the fact, and correct the corruption
at tlrst oppoilunity. Both paities
are equally interested, and both
ought to be glad at the departure of
an old custom. Baukoi's Monthly.
For progres-ive measures you can
depend upon it that the republican
party will always have to. take the
li'ad. 'l'lie democratic party is the
parly ef fosilated and worn out ideas,
the party of retrogression, the party
without ideas or principals, while the
republican party is llie parly of
brains, ideas and action. Poor old
The totmty cleik is buisy now. giv
ing all the informa' ion necessary to
the disliict clerks itgarding the new
.Mr. Geo. W. Ilie-knm of Marlon,
was in the city thii week, lie sold
one Of the liucst marcs in this coun
try to some parlies at Fullou Tues
day, He received 8IS0 for her. She
was a chestnut sorrel, 5 years old, 10
hands high, and of beautiful build.
We regret to learn of the death of
Thomas Fresh'iur, son of Mr. and
Mr. S. II. Frcsliour, at tluir home
hi L'eutret .wn, which ccurred last
Sunday. T.ie funeral took place'
Monday. He was buried in the Bap
tist cemetery near Ceiitretowii. The
parents and relatives have many
friends who join in heaitfelt syin
pithy in their loss.
Tlio comity court met last Thitrstlnv
ami completed th annua! M'ttli'i'mrt
wish tho comity collector. The follow-'
lug account wete uli-o allowed:
C. A. Ware, livery hire ,. SI 00
. S. IJ.ivlson, salary, prmeou
tb'g attorney 100 00
T. II. Muhaii, wood and jail ic
ptlr 10 00
Z. T, Uyoilall,ioail wmk S 50
Inq'iestovcr body of Harney Col
let t 20 30
S. N. Siliell, Hillary mid mileage 22 00
II. A. Hwlit.t-nl.iry 20 0U
Ueo. lilslon, salary mid mileage. '21 00
i-. .n iiiiHiimv,tHmry nnii lees, in u.i
Thoii. U. Malum, Att'Midliigcoiinty
court b UU
Bud. Dulle n atithoilzetl to rennli-
the lloonvlllu and .Jiffuisnn City I "art nt
tins (oiks at a coxt i ot to exceed i-M.
Aujounieu till .Uoneltiy, April 7, IfeDO.
Missouri Is the Quest farming and
fruit-growing country In tho world.
Sovcrol persons lnvo mado largo for
tunes in raising and shipping fruit
nnd berries .to northern states.
Miss Emma Gregg, the charming
daughter of Mr. Robert Gregg, re
turned homo Saturday week from
Lamar, Mo., where she had been vis
Mr. J. J. Sommer of Osage City,
was in tho city last Saturday. Mr.
Sommer is ono of our leading edu
cators, and has forsevernl years been
numbered among tho most popular
Mr. Chas. A. Haitwell, traveling
passenger agent for the Santa Fc
route, was in the city yesterday on
business. Mr. Haitwell is a very
pleasant gentleman, and will make
friends and custom for tho great rail-waylre-is
fchtimate Chapel Republican club
will hold regular meetings on tho
second Saturday of each month. The
club now numbers sixty-one mem
bers, all voters and in splendid work
ing order. Last week the club passed
resolutions endorsing our new post
master and The State RcrtmucAK.
The gathering of republican
leagues at Kansas City last week and
the wonderful degree of enthusiasm
manifested, has put new life and en
ergy into the party in every town and
county in the stale. It ia the begin
ning of a move which means n re
publican legislature this year and a
republican governor in 1892. The
mossbacks must go. Joplin Mining
It is somewhat early to put Maj.
Warner or any other man in the field
for the republican nomination for
governor of Missouri. There can be
but little doubt, however, that tho
republicans will carry the state in
the next gubernatorial election,
which takes place in 1892, and there
is no doubt at all that the cx-con-grossman
is one of the worthiest and
most popular republicans in the state.
Chaunccy I. Filley strikes a re
sponsive cord in the following: "I
have no quarrel to settle with the re
publican parly and do not propose to
break the record of a lifetime to
please either unwise republicans or
too eager democrats. The republi
can party of Missouri is big enough,
bioad enough, and wise and consist
ent and fair enough to settle all of
its party interests through customary
and delegated and majority princi
ples and voice. I repeat, stand up
for Missouri that is standing up for
the republican party."
Extracts From the Road Law.
Section 15. The several county
courts shall divide their counties in
to' convenient roail elistiicts, said dis
tricts to include within their respect
ive limits not less than one nor more
than six school districts, and the
boundaries of such road districts
shall bo tho same as llie school dis
trict or districts, from which they
arc formed, except when any school
district lies in two or more counties,
in which case the county line shall
bo the boundary of such road dis
trict : Provided that tio part of any
incorporated city, town or village
shall be a road district or any part
tlicrojf. And at the annual schoo'
meeting In the year 1&90, and every
year thereafter, the qualified voters
within such road districts shall chose
by ballot a person to act ns road
overseer in each of such districts,
who shall servo fgr a term of one
year, and until his successor is duly
electeil and qualified. It shall lie the
duty of tho clerks of the school dis
tricts to cast up the voles for each
candidate within five days after such
meeting and transmit the same to the
county cleik, who shall Immediately
issue a certificate of election to the
person having received Iho highest
number of votes in each of said road
districts. (New section.)
Section 10. The person deed tu
the ollleo of road overseer shall b a
resident tux-payer of the road dis
trict for which lie was so elected,
and shall have resided In said road
district one whole year next liefo.e
tho annua! election thereof. Anil il
shall be his duly to keep the roads
In his distiict In good repair, nccon'
lug to the provisions of this act j and
It shall be the duty of said couit, at
the February teim thereof, to desig
nate by order the number of days
each person liable to work on the
public roads shall work, which shall
not be less than one nor more than
four days of each year, except in
opening new rouds. In cases of
opening new roads the overseer shall
have power to call out the' hands In
the district subject to pay road tax,
and work the same in proportion to
the amount of toad tax they tfo re
quired to pay In the distiict. (New
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
POST OFH0E DEPARTIIW,
"': .',t '
Washington, D. C, February 1,
1890. Proposals will bo received at
the Contract 0(llco' of this Depart
ment untll.4 p;-m. of April 10, 1890,
for carrying Jtlio mails of the United
States upon' the routes, Mid according
to the schedule of arrival and depart
ure spccided;by tho department, in
tho Stato of 'Missouri, from July 1,
1890, to Juno !)0, 1891. Lists of
routes, withschedules of arrivals and
departures; instructions to bidders
with forms for contracts and bonds,
and all other necessary Information
will be furnished upon application to
the Second' Assistant Postmaster
General. , ' Jonx Wanamakeu,
0,000 good actlvo n gents wanted nt once, either
sex, lo Introduce this grcflt work. Here Is ft
chnnce for jou. Any one can rell t lie book, as
tho whole tvorM I interested. The hook will
contain ft full nt'eount of nil of Stanley' Kp1or
n t ions In Afric.i, And especially of lit a I.ntet
Kxpedltlon for tho Itellcf of Emln Hey About
COO nnKca nlul 10) entirely now HIntttrnttniiB,
map, cte. Complete cnnvasRlnj? outllt with nil
Ingtrurttona wlllbomalledon reeelptof 40renK
Do not delay In writing; order outllt nnd get
territory at once. Tho only genuine newiMnn
Uy hook out. Address HoLLOWAY riMlMSH
ING CO., 610 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo.
H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmsyer,
W. A. Dau.METEK, AnsUtnnt Cafdilcr
OF JEFFERSON CITY, 310.
Ioc n poneral bitiiMnc buMncpi. Iiinertntt
colls l)oinc'.i-. nnd Kiin-licu i:chnliKt'. Ki r
nhh letter- or Introduction ainl rreitlt to Its
various corri'9Mmdcnts. Almnahas iiioncr to
loan lla ruMnuicr. Allons I nt ru-t on lime
t!i'iO!it, by uurmiient, anil deals in (intern
meat, State, county, ilunlelnal Itonils ami hijrh
It-ratio tn.Tur.llra collcitions matte on Huronc
utl cltlcb direct. v
W. C. Young.
Oscar G. Burch,
First National Bank
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Capital, $30,000. - Surplus, $37,750.
W. C. Yot'N'l, .1. S. F1.KMISO.
.T. (!. Sonoi r, Jfcssr. IIi:niiv,
Jacoii Ta.nm'.i:, J. Jt. Kiiwaiiim,
Do a scnt-ral li.inVlnp bii-iiio.-.i. Iluv anil sell
foreign anil Domestic KvelianKl'. t'nlteil f lates
nonds and other pecurilles; ttccuilnt receive 1,
loans antt discounts made on favorable lurins.
l'rointa attention given to all business entrust
ed to its care.
: OV1 .-'J-
D- H. Mc'ntyra, ' ; J. H. Diercks, '
M. R. Sinks, John T. Clarke,
Vice l'rcsldcnt. Assistant cashier.
The Merchants' Bank
OF JEFFERSON CITY. MO.
CAPITAL, . 85 0,000.
I). II. MCfNTYKK, V. II . UlNllf.lt,
I.. U. I-OI151AN, C. A. Waiii:,
M. It. Sinks, J. t. Kdaiids,
li. D. GOKDOJf, .1. II. DlKltCICS,
Cull Speolal Attention Id Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
Iluv .-mil sell Forcliniat.il I) etic l.rh.iiini-
and do a KCiieral UankbiK Ilusmess. Loans and
Dlst'ouuts made on the must fatorublc terms.
F, W; ROER
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
wiijbs, liquors, mmm.t
' 221 EV3T IUQ1I STRKI'.T.
A fino Lunch counter tun in connec
tion with tlio saloon, where lunch er-n
lie Imtl nt nil liotir.
CHRIS, J. MILLER.
Vieth & Miller,
DEALERS'" IN CHOICE
Whisky by tlie rhIIou at bv rates.
FamUlf" iiiijui'lr-i with Cliolccit c lotl?,
SSf 2 2 0 Matllson Sttvet -ffia
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Jinny liaro jnineil, ono pound
por tiny by its uso.-
ScoU'b Emulsion in not a secret
rotnocly, It contains tlio Btlmulat
laa properties 0 tho Hypophos-
hites and jntro'.'NomoBinn Cod
Ivor Oil, tho pbtenoy of both
being lnrRnly inmroSsod. It is usod
by l'hybinian3 all pyor tho -world.
PALATABLE A WJILK.
liLSTON, COL15 COUNTY, Mo.
Baptist, First Sunday.
Methodist, Second Sumlay.
l'rcsbytcrlan, Fourth Sunday:
S. D. TUKNF.lt,
S. M. ULSTON & Co ,
General Merchandise and Jobbers In
Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine,
&e. &e. &e.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardwaro,
Tinware, Furniture, Collins, Kto.
Drugs and Groceries,
Uxprcss and Kail-Road Agent.
J. J. SI1KIKU.
Watchmaker and Jeweler. Repairing
Promptly Done and AVarrantcd.
CUNTHE'IWN, COLK CO. MO.
Presbyterian, Thlul Sunday.
Uaptlst, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A. GREENUP,
Post Manor and Justice of the Peace.
Piop'r Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A. DUNLAP,
MURRAY & WEAVER,
Prop'r llolfl ami Dealer In
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MARION, COLK CO., MO
TAGART & ELLIOTT,
General Merchandise and
OSAGE CITY, Cole Co., Mo.
General Merchandise and
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
UONNOT'S, Osage Co., Mo.
L. 15. 130ILLOT, Pi opr.
RoniiOl's Mill lintel,
and agent for
W. J. Lcmp's Keg and Bottle Beer
: dcai.kh -: in :
Tinware, Metal Roofing.
I HAVE OX HAND THE
St. Clair and Bellville
ParlorQaeen HeatiDg Stoves,
The very latest and best stoves man
tifaettired, fully warrauted, call and
Guttering, Lightning Rod, Etc., at
the lowest prices tu.d warranted.
DSy-All repaiiing nca'ly done.
403 West Main Street.
. Opposite Gas Woiks
C. W. WALLENDORF, Manager.
Fire, Tornado, Cyclone,
Tho following Rouble Cnmpnm
G riiiini Aim-Mean,
lIlJIIIl', L'!IU.!IS' is ,.,
Liverpool, London, Glob, Pcopl.-.'s,
MJwauki-e, M. diunies.
O.iklainl II inc. Ti.i.hirs',
Plli llix. I'lmi'lliv. Km imifi',l
United Kjieinen's, Wt stern Hume,
tar Cfllce over Tli m s' ct re,
Coriirr I J 1 u 1 1 ,t M.itlhmi M
:C. M. EDWARDS,
Prepared to do all kinds of
nt the lowest pi s-ilule prices. WelU
mill Citterns plastered. All work guar
antt iil 111 glvo euthe fiitUfiictiuii.
11. 212 Bn lulwjy, JeHerwu Cltv, Mo .
would be nn appropriate namo for the penurious, grasping merchant whoso
aim seems to bo to sell ao few goods at as high a prico asposslbloand who
is continually growling about dull times and wonders why people do not
buy his dirty, siiclf-worn, moth-eaten stock. Wo feci proud to know we
do not oomo In tills class, and that our goods aro fresh, seasonable, hand
some and desirable. That Instead of trying to sco how much wo can get
for an tirtiole, we study how low tlio article can bo sold. Buying goods on
long lime and selling on longer time is what makes men poor. Buying for
cusli and sulllng for cish Is what makes men rich. We trust no man,tako
no chattel mortgages, sell good, honest goods, ask
KlNO PEGGiISM PROFSTSI
strives to become friends of the people arid do not ndd ten per ecut. for
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PACIFIC KAILItOAD TIME TABLE.
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No. 3, Through Express. Airlves 12:
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No. B, I.oeul I'aseenger. Arrives 12:lJiJ
w " (, Leaves 12;45 p.m.
N'o. 9, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a.m.
Leaves 2:10 a. m.
Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 0;23
No. 2, Pay Express.... Arrlvo? 2:10 p.m.
Leaves 2:55 p.m.
N'o. 4, Through Express. Arrives 2:10
a- in. Leaves 2:10 n. m.
N'o. 0, Loral Tassenger. An Ives f;20
Leaves 1 :10 p. m.
Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 4:10
Looal passt;ujrer trains 5 antl fi rim tin.
twoen St. Lonls antl Kansas Clly. Three
cetluns ot night train east. Texas ex
press, No. 3, hus through chnlrcar via.
Lexington irunc-h. Freo reclining .-l.ntr
ears on all I'hrongh trains.
Trains 1- avo Jefferson City at 0:30 a.
m., arrlvli g at Aurora 9:30 u. ni.
Ui'tiirnln,'. will leave Ami,. a at U.-30
! in., arr.ving nt Jefferson City at 2:30
p. in. -John J. Ciitntcii.Aot. .
manner. BclleTlagthlila tbbvaMatwireftdreril"iBiha?
u. :. trMMU, B farther ebtrra uarlabriw..!...
One off he I
tne world. Our racilluaiara
aotqualrd, and to introdoea oua
MtM-rlor ro6 w will Mndm Ki
tooxi I'dihOR In acb locality.
tauoM, Only iboMwbo writ
touiai encaran maha irjr 0
Iba i liaur. A II you bat lo do ia
raiumlato abow our food ta
and Iboaa aroand you. Tba it
trtniilna; of I Ma advnlaaman
alinwa Iba amall and ttt tha
cl r(m Iba appaaranca of It raditeod q
about tha flAlaih tmU of It bulk, ft la a a-raad. dont.la t.i..
cnpa.aa ta'M I H WainT! W hw yea bow you
can uuka from Mia to V 1 0 day at laatt, from iba lUrt.wfth
CHICAGO & ALTOXRAILROAD.
Omnibus leaves JeffoHon City, 7i30
in. every tlay oxoopt Si'ntlay,- con.
'H'utlug with tho train leavlmj Coar
Hy at8;t. m, ami which makes' prompt
eoiinecilon at Mexico Wtu all tralua1
S"tug cast, we.t or north.
l oi parWiea. (tallat writ at ate. Wa pay all iipnu afciMaa. I
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