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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI
Subsarlptlon, $1.00 Pof Year,
F. G. Fulkeiison, Business Manager.
Thursday, May 8, 1890.
Stand up for Missouri ami tho re
publican party.
Wiir not extend tlio city limits
beforo the census enumerator goes to
work.
The democrats arc growing sick.
They will be sicker after tho election
this fall.
The democrats arc
joy as they might be.
lots o' bile.
not so full of
But there is
A republican stalo senator and
representative would bo a great thing
for Cole county.
The dedication of tho merchant's
brldgo in St. Louis on Saturday last
was a great success.
Tamjiact for the legislature I Yc
gods and little fishes, whisper it
gently to tho brethren.
Judge A. J. Shay is booked for
chief justice of Oklahoma. He is a
good lawyer and hope to see him ap
pointed. Senator Hazel need not distress
himself about the stato senatorship,
the republicans will attend to that
little matter this year.
While the farmers In all parts of
the country are fighting farm mort
gages, tho Cole county farmers are,
loaning out surplus funds. Cole
county is a great place for the down
trodden of all countries.
No additions liayo been mado In
tho past three weeks to the pyramid
of defaulting democratio stato treas
urers. But tho democracy can
point with prido to tho following list
as proof that "public oulco Is a pub
lic trust," and a private snap:
Silcott,
Alabama,
Arkansas,
Missouri,
Delaware,
Kentucky,
Tennessee,
Loulsana,
Mississippi.
The State Bei-uducak of Jeffer
son City, says "there is every reason
for believing that the republicans can
elect their candidate for judge of the
supreme court if tuc rigut man is
nominated." Wc believe thai tho
republicans have n chance to Win,
but they cannot accomplish anything
unless they go to work. Organization,
united action, intelligent management
and earnest work arc needed to In
sure success. A good nomination
will not amount to much unless good
work is done after the nomination.
Central Missouri Republican.
For nearly 1G years of democratic
supremacy in the congress of the
United States the passage of not one
single measure of importance can be
recalled. The last reduction of the
tariff was mado by a republican
congress, and so with all important
legislation. Democrats can always be
relied upon for wind, except this
year, for which Speaker Reed will
please accept our thanks.
Mil. Sommeiis, who is school com
missioncr for the county, applied for
the position of census enumerator,
but under the decision of Mr. Porter
by accepting the position of cnumer
rttnr he would have forfeited his of
fice of schqol commissioner. Why
-docs this rule not apply with equal
force to the state treasurer, who is
holding a federal ollice?
The editor of the Cole County
Democrat, Mr. J. it. fcdwams, is
giying the boys a little trouble
That's nothing, my fellow-democratic
statesmen to what is in store for you
Two years from now when tho farm
crs Insist on Joseph's nomination for
circuit judge you will all go to bed
with the jungel fever. Bad medicine
but you have got to take it. It's bad
politics to discriminate against a man
too long. It re-acts.
Tint democrats have induced Mr,
Rogers to make the race for council
man and think it would be bad policy
to "run politics into city affairs." If
they would occasionally name a re
publican we might agree with them
but the plea is so hypocritical thai
the crocodile is forced to get under
thn water and weep that it has a
competitor of such merit in our cs
teemed neighbor, the Tribune.
Mr. Leu Meiiiiiwktiier slate labor
commissioner, is kicking up a great
fuss about Tiios. Holland wanting
tho odlcc of mine Inspector, in view
of the fact that he was a member o
the legislature, but he seems to lie
entirely oblivious of the act that hi
appointee, Mr. Cottey Hall, is a mem
ber of tho legislature, and by section
12 of article 1 of the constitution of
Missouri U disqualified from holding
tho ofllec to which ho was appointed
Why is it that the law is made to
operate against Tom Holland and not
agaiust Cottey Hall?
The Tribuno thinks that this coun
try "can't afford another war," be
cause of the pensions now being paid
the union soldiers. It seems to give
every democrat the paralysis when
he hears the word "pension" men'
tioncd. The pensioners had nothing
to do with bringing about the last
one, and It should bo charged up to
Jeff Davis and his friends of th
Tribune who were responsible for it
The uuion soldier that is drawing;
pension, if the matter had been left
to him, would have decided that tli
country could not "afford" the last
one.
If tho people who aio worrying so
much now about the pensions, had
dono a little of it before the rebel
flag was raised tucro won lit be no
muu thing m a pension (g.day,
RiU'TnniNO to a recent tirade
against southern democrats by Con
gressman Feathcrstone, The State
KcrunucAN says:
His speech in congress on that sub
ject shows tho character of tho av
erage democrat in tho south. They
resort to murder in order to carry
their point, and openly refuse to
prosecute the criminals.
Missouri is credited with bcine a
southern state. In what county do
the democrats resort to murder in
order to carry their point? Political
murders, so far as our information
extends, have all been committed in
republican counties where the repub
lican bald knobbcrs rule. Tribune.
No well informed student of his
tory will claim that Missouri is n
southern state. It sent more unicn
soldiers into tho war of the rebellion
on the basis of population than any
other stalo in the union with possibly
one exception. The southern boun
ary line of the state is the southern
boundary lino of Kansas. If the
stace ever seceded it escaped the at
tention of tho loyal citizen. On what
ground then can it be claimed that
the fortune of this grand old state
with its loyal and progressive people,
its free schools and liberty loving and
law-abiding citizens shall be linked
with the lawlessness of Mississippi
and Arkansaw. To do so is to tra
duce its fair name and malign its up
right citizens. A stale that keeps
step witli the progressive ideas of the
day, that fosters a free ballot and
gives the people a fair count, that
believe in religious and personal lib
erty, that stands at the top of finan
cial honor and state credit, does not
merit the disgrace that our good
neighbor would cast upon it. Within
the borders of this great stale, the
"bull dozer," the "white cap," the
shot gun policy" is a stranger; he
can find no abiding place on such un
congenial soil. The few importations
from Arkansas who called themselves
bald knobbtrs" soon found the
halter awaiting them, and were wiped
from tho face of the earth. We
take pleasure in saying to those who
might bo miblcd by the above article
that the sun shlne3 on no state in the
iVmcrican union where religious, per
sonal and political liberty is more
profoundly respected and protected
than in Missoiui. In all things Mis
souri is a graiul oiu state, ami to
compare her with (lie southern stales
is like comparing mo sun ugnt wuu
the moon light, the peacock with the
barnyard rooster or Iho mountain
lion with the pule cat.
Advice to Farmers.
A special to tho World from Wash
ington says that Secretary Rusk is
about to issuo an address to the farm
ers of tho country, explaining how
tho"dcprcsslon in agriculture can bo
remedied. He attributes the present
stato of affairs in part to carelessness
in culture, and says that in tho days
of world-wide competition a success
ful farmer must bo as well trained
and careful In business as the store
keeper, and his equal in intelligence
and general cducntion.
Tho secretary also thinks that tho
farmer docs not study tho marko
reports as carefully as ho should,
and recommends that ho avail himself
of tho Information supplied by tho
agricultural department. He thinks
that farmers should not acqulro moro
land than they can profitably culti
vate. After touching upon tho ques
tions of farm mortgages, transporta
tion, the middle man, gambling in
farm products and combinations to
control tho market, the secretary
makes a long argument in favor of
higher duties on farm products. He
giyes tables to show .that our imports
of agricultural products amount to
8220.273,738, the greater part of
which, probably 8250,000,000, might
bo, witli proper encouragement, pro
duced on our own soil. Ho thinks
that the problem can bo solved by
the imposition of high lates of duty
on agricultural products.
Trustile's Sale
WKerofti,,HarrfttIi. Brunk,on March
la, 188J, convoyeil to Klnsoy Wllhlto, aa
trustee, to secure' a note to Wm. Andor
sou, southwest 1-4, sec. 10, township 45,
range 13 and ' f ; i
Whereas, A. 'jrji Workman and Susan
M. Workman, on MarchO,188S, conveyed
to Prior Leach as truiteo, tho undivided
1-7 ot southwest, 1-4 section 10, town
ship'. 15, rango.13, arid tho' southeast of
(southeast, scollop 17, township 45, raugo
13, to secure amoto therein described to
Gcorgo It. Brunk; and
Whereas, 0. H Brunk and wife, Leo
3. Drunk, Convoyed to Q. It. Brunk, as
trustee, tho . undivided onc-sovonth'of
southwest 1-4','scctIon 10, and tho south
east ot southeast, Beetlon 17, nil lu town
ship 45, range l3i to sccuro nolo to Re
becca MoWorkrti'an, all ot which said
deeds of trust are rccoided la tho re
corder's office of Colocounty,Mo.; and
Whereas, atl)f,eald notes are over duo
and unpaid; and;
Whereas, tho said trustees, Klnsy WU
hito,lrlor Leach and George B. Bruuk,
rcfuso to sell as trustees, now, therefore,
as provided by, said deeds of trust, and
at tho request of the legal holders of
said notes, I, Thomas I! . Slahau, sheriff
of Colo county, .will sell said real estate
to pay sald'boteaUhc courthouse door
lu Jefferson bit; on
,r,MOSpAYtMAY, jlO,..1830J
to the highest bid Jor for, ca,sh, between
tho hours ot 0 o'clock In tho forenoon
and 0 o'clock In the afternoon of said
day.
THUS. JJ. 1IAIIAN,
Sheriff of Colo couuty, Mo.
DIBJSOTOBY.
liLSTON; COLK COUNTY, Mo.
cuunon meetikos.
Baptist, First Sunday.
Methodist, Second Sunday.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday:
Mr- Bland's Bill-
Mr. Blnnd hns a bill ponding in
congress to retlncu tnxos by plocing
on tho freo list nil goods exchanged
in foreign markets. Tho bill is voy
short and easily comprehended.
Hero it is :
"That in all casos whero it can bo
shown by proof satisfactory to tho
secretary of tho treasury that any
goods, wares or merchandise im
ported iuto this country hnvo boon
purchased abroad by cschango of
furm products for such goods, or
whero such goods have been pur
chased with tho proceeds or avails
of farm products in foroign countries,
such goods, waro3, or morchandlso
shall bo imported freo of duty."
Such a bill is all tho importers of
foreign goods, warea nnd merchan
dise want, and no doubt they eoulj
afford to pay a good round sum to
have it pass, but how tho wage
workers and farmers would bo bono
fltod is no unsolved problem; Less
wngos nnd a general deojina of fnrm
products, Thoro is millions in (t
for tho importer.
Over 300 vacant housos in tho
frog pond villngo called Sodaliu, in
Pettis county,
In the campaign of 1888, Chauncoy
I. Fillcy made an amusing and at tho
same tlmo an earnest plea for tho egg
industry of the west, in his speeches
throughout southwest Missouri. He
referred to the fact that the poultry
product of the country equaled the
iron product, and that millions of
dozens of eggs were annually shipped
to tho United States from Europe and
Canada. He proved the necessity
of protection to this industry in the
western country where the hen range
is capablo of producing all the eggs
needed in the world.
When congress assembled last
winter Mr. Fillley at once wrote to
tho committee on ways and means
asking that a duty of from one to five
cents a dozen bo placed on eggs in
the tariff revision, In tho interest of
the western farmers' wives.
Tho revised tariff bill, as it comes
from tho committee, contains the
provision asked for and fixes the
duly at 5 cents a dozen. And now
Missouri roosters and oven the hens
are llying upon, tho stumps and fen
ces and crowing as they have not
crowed before slnco Harrisou was
elected.
The old man and his friends have
won tho fight and will hereafter bo
greeted as the "farmers friends.'1
Stand up for Missouri. Ks.
Tho Missouri Slate University, if
not a supreme failure, has not ac
complished nearly as much for tho
educational interests of the state as
It should have accomplished, with the
vast sum3 of money that have been
thrown into its greedy maw. It has
been the dumping ground of dead
beat politicians, and for many years
violent partisans of the mossback
variety have been quarreling over
the plunder. At the last session of
tho general assembly, Prof. J. W.
Sanborn, who had tlonp 8o much for
the agricultural interests of the state,
was driven from his position as dean
of the agricultural college, because
he wa3 a republican. Democratic
members openly dcclurcd that a po
sition that paid so well ought to be
given to a democrat in a demooratio
state, thus carrying partisan politics
into the educational institutions sup
ported by the people of all parties.
Although a:i attempt was made to
secure a non-parilsan board of cu
rators, the dominant party refused to
grant it, but determined to continue
tho university as a powerful aid to
tho democratio machine. A great
educational institution that ought to
bo the pride of Missouri, thus pros
tituted to partisan politics ought to
be a failure and will bo a failuro un
til the obnoxious causes arc re
moved, Bethany Republican.
The Jefferson City lEi'uat.iCA:f
wants W. W. Wagner, of that place,
to be the republican nominee for the
state senate from this district. Ho
would muko a good candidate, wc
bolievp. However, llicro are several
other counties to bo heard from, This
county can famish a strong man,
one of the strongcit in the district.
We arc in favor of a man who can be
elected, no matter where ho comes
from. Wo wont to 8co tho republi
cans sweep the district no;t fall, and
wo believe thoy can do it, if they get
to wcik In time and put up their best
man, Tho district, which is com
posed of Cooper, Cole, Moniteau,
Morgan, Maiies and Miller counties
gavo a small democratio majority
four years ago. Wo think it is in
just tho right condition to glvo a good
republican majority this year. Boon
Villo Republican,
1W. -A. Tl
ALUEYEJi
IJSURcNeE
-A-o-iEnsra-sr
C. W. WALipORF, Manager,
Fire, Tornado, Cyclone,
S. D. TURNER,
Physician.
S. M. ELSTON & Co.,
General Mcrchandiso and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Binders Twine,
&c. &c. &c.
B. LACKAMP,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardwaro,
Tinware, Furniture, Cofflns, Etc.
GEORGE ELSTON,
Drugs nnd Groceries,
Express and Rall-RoadAgcnt.
J. J. SHRIKE.
Watchmaker and Jeweler. Repairing
Promptly Dono and Warranted.
CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO.
church meetings.
Presbyterian, Third Sunday.
Baptist, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. At GREENUP, '
Post Master and Justice of tho Peace."
Prop'r Commercial Hotel. .
Dr. M. A.
DUNLAP,
Druggist.
MURRAY & WEAVER,
General Merchandise.
A. A. CAMPBELL,
General Merchandise.
D.
L. I1ATIHIORN,
General Merchandise.
GEORGE POPE,
Prop'r Hotel nnd Dealer in
Fino Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
JOHN F. FLESSA,
Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MARION, COLE CO., MO
Tbo'following'Rcliablc Companies
represented :
Firo Association,
German American,
Hamburg-- Bremen,
Home, Lancashire,
Liverpool, London, Globe, People's,
Milwaukee, Mechanics.
Oakland Home, Traders',
Phenix, Phoenix, Springfield,
United Firemen's, Western Home,
iSTOMco over Thomas' store,
Corner High & Madison Sis.
TAGART & ELLIOTT,
General Merchandise and
Country Produce.
TO ACL POINTS IN
TEXAS, MEXICO &
CALIFORN1 A.Q
Through Trains Carry
PULLMAN SLEEPERS
BETWEEN
Jefferson City & Sedalia
v AND .
TEXS POINTS.
Geo. A". Eeuv, )
II. C. Citoss, j Receivers.
J. J, FltlfYL J. WALPO,
Gen, aupt. UiiiiTrallloMgr
GASTON MESUKK,
Gou'l rksMflger & Ticket Agent,
SEDALIA, MO.
H. Clay Ewine. A W Q. Dallmsyer,
l'rellout, h cashier,
y, A, PALfctjicf Bit, Assistant caalilcx.
EXCHANGE MM,
OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Doph a general banklm: business, nura nnd
lulls lomo((iq;nnft l-'nreign Kx-h.uii'. Fit
nleli letters of;lutroluctitiu ami credit In its
various rurrQSoulonts. . Always has money to
loan Its customers. Allows Interest on time
deposits, by '&grcemoht, 'and deals in Govern,
ineiit, bUte, County. Municipal llonds and high
grade securities, collections made on Europe
an cities direct. 1
,1. -Si
vv. v. 10
oung,
Tfesldent,
J
Oscar G, Butch,
n . cashier,
OSAGE CITY, Colo Co., Mo.
C. KOEIILER,
Dealer in
General Merchandise.
THEODORE SCI1EULEN,
General Merchandise and
Country produce.
HENRY POPE,
Dealer in
Fino Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
BONNOT'S, Osage Co., Mo.
W
C. B. BOILLOT, Propr.
Bonnet's Mill Hotel,
and agcut for
J. Letup's Keg and Boltlo Beer.
C. M. EDWARDS,
Prepared to do all kinds of
PLASTERING!
at tho lowest posslblo prices. Wells
and Cisterns plastered. All work guar
anteed lo glvo entire satisfaction.
BOX, 2 1 2 Broadway, Jefferson City, Jfo .
February 1st, 1800.
The ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS 4. MANITOBA
RY and its branches b.came the
GREAT NORTHERN RY, LINE.
IF you Am: GOING
TO THE FREK FARMS OF THE MILK
ItlVUIt VALLEY,
take Tim
GREAT NORTHERN It Y
LINE.
FirstNattonalBank
JEFFUIISONiC.lTY, MO.
Capital, $50,000. t,,,-" Surplus, $37,750.
UIKEUTUI.S.
O. YqUKCI. ' Vfa, H. PLEIIIBO.
J. O, SUIIOTT, '4JKS9K llENUV,
Jacoii Tanner, ,J. Jt. EuwAnus,
uKOIlG15,y AQNKlt.
Vo a B011613I Miitynir VuslnpM. .liar anil soil
Foreign and Domestic uxclmuge. united btates
uonds and other socurlties ; Accounts recolvod,
loans and discounts, made on favorable terms,
Prompt attention tfiTtu to mi business entrust
ed to Its care. iSFr A '
D. H. Ms'ntyre, t jf' "j. H. Diercks,
President, .V,U cashier
M. R. Sinks, 37- , John T. Clarke,
Vice President, rrijs.') Assistant cashier,
The Merchants Bank,
OF .JBFFElljON CITY, MO,
CAPITAfy, $ fK $6 0,000.
DirtKCTQUS.
D. H. MolNTYRBpg.' Vt II. BlNUETl,
L. u. LoinuN, m' .0. A. Waub,
M. It. HlNKfl, (. .J. It. F.DWAIU1S,
L. U. OOllUOK, $ J, II. DlEltCKS,
l'lULirOxr.
Citl) Bpcclp'I'Atlcn'tlon to Our 0
SAFETY D1P0SIT BOXES.
dud DomcsUc Exchaujre
jrjiuaiBess. uians Mia
ttgit uvoituig terms,
llllV and sill VntrU
aim uoaceiKralUiU
UUcvanit uiailoool
ANTON t NATSOH
TO THE GOLD, .SILVER, COPPER,
IRON and COAL MINES of MONTANA
TAKK THE
GREAT NORTHERN R Y. Li NIC.
TO GREAT FALLS, THE FUTURE
INDUSTRIAL CENTRE OF THE
NORTHWEST,
TAKE Till;
GREAT NORTHERN R Y . LINE,
TO HELENA, HC'TTE, SPOKANE
FALLS AND THE COAST CITIES,
TAKETIIK
GREAT NORTHERN R Y , 'LINE.
TO F IC GRAND
FORKS AND WINN1PEQ,
TAKE THE
GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINE.
TO ALL MINNESOTA, SOUTH DA
KOTA , NORTH DA KOTA , M ONTAN A ,
IDAHO, QUEGQN, WASHINGTON,
UALU'CRXIA and MAMTOUA Points
TAKE THE
GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINE
For tlckot;, maps and guides, apply to
your homo llckut agent or write to
P. I. WHITNEY,
MO';, I'uu qrut'.l'lckot Agent.
Great Nortlicru ltslhray,
St- Paul, Minn
5yTllO QltEAT NOKTilEIlN RAILWAY
Line rims Its own Magnificent Dining
Cars, Pained Hlui'iiinK Caw, Hncchu
Apartment Cars and Free ColluUt Sleep-
sHMaWi
n!W ism
sjniiii ma sw mm
Wurlb m 1 UU.UII. lisM slaft
iwtutli in ih wwrU farftcl
SWUB OOID BUUllBf uiu,
Doth litJIs'iKl y ni titM,
rlih work! a ad a!
'ami Viltia DM! f KM 0 Ml
Whttocillir cu Mnra MM
fre lopuw wltii our unr
TbM ttmplM, wall
1 alubla ttat or lions hold
hUndi irtd Hat(tlXol-'a4 Uiom about 7u-(iihyi rtiul'f
U ilubU trad, fwf m. whirl. boltU tV fr whtl 1 ptwfl Urt4t
and ibm W art rll4 Wi p.j all tipraw, frilcttt, tfa, Aftil
m kftov n, if yon would Am ta n ' fbr u. m
NHARDT
n Groceries
DIEAJLEB I2SP
Staple mi f
33P3UOT A.TilCTJElS
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniiliiiiiiiiiiiiis
Glassware, Quccn6waro,' Tea and Dinner Sets, Chamber
Sets, Library Lamps, Toilet Articles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Woodenwaro, lco Chosts, Refrigerat
ors, Graes and Garden Seed, Oyt
tors, tfish nnd Girao In
Season.
Cash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce.
230 EAST HIGH STREET.
tjWss:
Tho Very Latest
and Best Stoves
Guttering, Light
ning Rods, Novel
ties, Etc, at tho
LowostPrices and,
Manufactured,
Fully Warranted.
Cull nnd seo them. X&fcJl Warranted.
WOOD, GOAL, CAS, GASOLINE,
STOyES.
TINWARE & METAL ROOFING.
S3TALL REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.-T&e
' "-'"cV,.
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No. 4 0 II AVoHt Aluin Street.
Opposite Gus Works.
tBUCKETEt
Binders,! Reapers i andiIoweTs.
BUCKEYE BINDER TWINE,
hcOHIEPTAIN HAY RAKES.
Wm. ZOEIsT'IG- Co.,
Semi for Descriptive Catalogue. ST, L6UIS, MO.
1.
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WHEN YOU WANT A NEW
coking tovi,
,1Hf , tfTt,
A6K for the celebrated
VJIkWlZPm&bi
The Best Stovo for the money ever made. Take no other.
if your dealer cannot supply you write direct to us;
INDIANAPOLIS STOVE CO.,
Indianapolis" Indiana.
Anton Nuti-uli, Dcalor in Stovcfl, 403 AVostMuin St., Jofferon City.
The Bast
msam
WASHER
TrsiniirteUis'tOTgt,tV'WA8inn(4dobttrwrk
nut do n f slier soil In lesn time tun sor oticr pstilns in
u nm, sTTtntM ns yssrs, una 11 II uon"t vsit Ui
Ssdothcs dtsa without rubbing, r will rerun tlis mottii
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