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m .1'. , THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1,00 Pop Year, F. G. Fulkirsos, Business Manager Thunday, Muy 2D, 18D0. Stand by Jclfcnon City. This is a good year for rcpubli' cans. A bad year for democrats. Geo. GniBt.F.TnoLx Vest still car rics Missouri around in bis vest pocket. TnEtiE is nothing like ltced. The democrats know it, feel it and arc dying on account of it. Poon old Missouri democrats haven't sense cnougb to get in out of tbo rain. Hurrah for Frank. The wonderful growth of OklaliO' ma justifies the prediction that the Indian Territory will soon be opened "P- McKini.et is agreatelatcsman, but Rood can reach the persimmon with bis lone pole if he wants it. Heed is great. The rate war gave an opportunity to many to make a trip to the cast and west, which they otherwise would not have made. Mr, l'r.AKE, the democratic treas urer of Kansas City, has found him self $22,000 short. The democrats that arc capable of taking care of the people's funds arc scarce. Fon a Jcffersonian to appreciate the excellent system of water works wo have in our city, ho ought to yisit Dallas, Ft. Worth and Austin, all of which have over 40,000 people and works that "don't work this morn ing." It is no longer a surprise to us why Texas is so largely democratic. To sec its people is sulllcicnt. In order to be a republican a man must necessarily possess brains, and that article will never kill a Texan. This would be a good field for some of our local statesmen who arc perishing for recognition and can't get it at home. We do not mean to say that all of our surplus material will rank with Clay and Webster, but they will "out shine" Texas. Is the south the following sign is posted in many places: "Only white people admitted." The south does love the negro to distraction. The American people are keeping an eye on the young Kaiser in the hope savage wish that he may yet stir up a war across the briny deep . Kx-SrEAKEii Carlisle has been promoted. He will not fill the position made vacant by the death of .Senator Beck as creditably as that gentleman did. Cole county can breed more demo cratic factions to the square inch than any other inhabitable spot on the face of the globe, while there is nothing but harmony in the republi can ranks. A republican senator from this dis trict would make the bourbons so sick they would quit drinking whisky, which means death in reality to the average mossbnek. Texas is great in area and demo cratic majorities, and if she would only import our own Saint Francis of the gardens, how she would loom up in brains. In a hundred years from now Tom Mahan wont kick much over his de feat for collector by a good rcpubli' can. Rut after the election he will feel right bad. The recent election of a democrat in St. Louis was such a surprise to the bourbons that they arc now counting the fall victory as already won. Hope they will keep up that feeling. Congressman Aeiohrinoiiouse is gaining considerable prominence, in fact, lie is about to be nick-named "old borax," owing to the splendid fight he made in behalf of that ar ticle. Gov. Francis exhibits sirc.it tact and courtesy in the attention he be stows upon visiting statesmen, but he shows a lamentable lack of back bono in his ambition to (III the place now occupied by George Gimblet Vest. San Antonio is one of the most in tercsling cities in America, bordering almost on the line of Mexico, the chill of -the winter's blast never finds a port of entry within its limits, and in tho summer lime it is cooler than Jefferson City. isONuiiKiSMAN r rank maucs a very good representative for this district. As long as Uland and Dockcry sec fit to misrepresent Missouri it is vciy fortunate that wo know there is a re puuucau in congress mat exposes their hypocracy and misreprcscnta lions. At last we have a Teak for our pyramig. This may be a democratic trick to fool the people, but as our pyramid is automatic it can be raised from time to time as the pillcrsof the party succomb to the doctrine that public olllce is a private snap. We proceed with our pyramid so tho dear people can see which party takes care of its funds: l'cak, Silcott, Missouri, Kentucky, Alabama, Maryland, Arkansas, Louisiana, - Tennessee, Mississippi. Dockert and Bland, tho head and front of tho democratic party of Mis souri, the great leaders of the party, made a fine picture when they stood up in the balls of congress and as serted that Missouri had made no progress in the past ton years. But nothing surprises us when it comes to a Missouri democrat, for of all shallow heads and brainless dolts in the world, wo believe the democratic party in Missouri can produce more to the square inch than all the other states in tho union. We will except Gov. Francis, and Judge Sherwood because they would know better than to make such a spectacle of them selves, but both are carried around in Vest's pocket, at least, neither has tho courage to move on the enemy Wo are sorry for Missouri, and the only help for her is to turn the state over to the republicans. We hope the Republican Congres sional committee of this district will get together soon and Issue a call for convention. We think, also, that the convention for the nomination of a republican candidate for state sen ator ought to be held next month, or not later than July. Boonvillo Re publican. The national encampment and com petitivc drill of the military coiripan ies of the country will be held at Kan sas uity next month, commencing June 2 and lasting eight days. The program consists of a grand street parade, competitive drills for over 81fi,000 in cash prizes, for whicl nearly all the crack military organi z.itions have entered, grand dress parades, displays by tlambcau clubs three grand sham battles, etc. It is said that ten zouave companies, six teen batteries of artillery, five troops of cavalry, over forty companies of infantry, nineteen bands and fiv flambeau clubs will participate. Thcr will also be a large detachment of tho regular army present under command of Gen. McCook. The encampment promises to be the biggest nffair of the kind that has been held in years and will be worth seeing. Ir four republican congressmen from Missouri can do up nine demo cratic congressmen, how many re publican congressmen outside of Mis souri will it take to do up all the democratic congressmen? Answer: Only one, Thomas B Reed. Op all the Texas cities Austin is perhaps the most beautifully located, but like all capitals it has depended loo .much on Iho legislature, and consequently Dallas, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Galveston and Houston arc all walking away with Iho good things that Texas offers in the way of bust- Mr. Herman Necf, one of tho old est and most reliablo tinners of thl city will offer to the citizens of the city and surrounding country, for tneir own protection, one of the finest lightning rods placed upon the mark et. Below see some of his patrons endorsements. The galvanized Star Klcctric Steel Franklin lightning rod erected by Mr. Herman Ncef of this city some years ago, on my houso has proven to my entlro satisfaction in quality and price. The rod is now like when put up; A.JM. Beckers, lumber merchant. F. II. Repliio, merchant. J. B, limns, merchant. Wm. W. Wngncr, proprietor Mon roe bouse. K. L. Kdwards, district judge. J. Strain, manufacturer Mrs. S. Krauthoff. Henry Bockralli, merchant. Frank Brennclscn. John G. Scliott. Frank Titrich. 8. W. Cos. Victor Zubcr, proprietor marble work? Cole Circuit Court Tli o Cole circuit court metMonday of last week. Proceedings of tho court were as follows. John Grant, a native of England, was admitted to citizenship, Campbell vs Campbell; motion for allowance to defend suit filed and 625 allowed the defendant. Suthoff vs Kroll ct nlj motion to dismiss filed. Tripp vs Railhcl ; notico of appeal filed. Cox ct al vs Grisham ; notice of ap peal filed. John Sommcrcr, Henry Aiders, John Ahlers, Gotleib Gattlnger and Joseph Bergcr, all natives of Ger many, were admitted to citizenship. Rackcrs vs Kolb ct al ; G W Wliito appointed guardian for minor chil dren. Gray vs Mo Pac Railway Co j con tinued by consent. Gray by (next friend) vs Mo Pac Railway Co ; continued by cousent. Andrew ys Andrew; divorce grant ed and name changed to maiden name, Amcricus Hayncs. Thomas vs Ramsey; continued on application of defendant. Davis vs Clark ; continued. Hutson vs Mo Pac Railway ; con tinued. Katzcr vs Mo Pac Railway Co; continued. W II Morlock and J N Hcnsley, i were excused frcm jury service on account of sicKness, and T ii Tichenor and Nathan Henley sum moned to fill the vacancies. M F Tripp vs Adam Raithcl ; suit for damages on contract, jury trial, verdict for defendant. Tuesday 2d day. Following are the proceedings: Ramsey vs Turner; replication filed. LcPagovs Klston; answer filed. Tripp vs Railhel; motion to retax costs sustained. Lohman V3 Ameri can Sewing Machine Co ; motion to quash return filed. Exchange Bank vs Robey ct al, judgment by default for 5280.80. Same vs same ; judgment for S17.5.25. Stale ex rcl, Dullc vs Derkum ; answer filed. Comhy vs Henry et al ; Geo T White appointed guardian ad litem of minor heirs; answer filed. Bolton vs Bolton ; de cree of divorce granted. Ramsey vs Turner; jury trial. Adjourned. Wednesday 3d day. Bauer vs Hofcr ; answer filed. Campbell vs Campbell ; answer filed. LcPagc vs Klston ; reply filed. Ramsey vs Turner; verdict for plaintiff for $03.C3. Naturalization papers were issued to the following applicants: G II Heincrick and J B Bcmboom, both of Holland; Chris Aucercr, 13 K Tcichgraeber, Joseph Mueller, Jos Gcisler and Reymond Frank, all of Germany. State ex rel Boon vs Blackburn ct al ; jury trial ; verdict for plaintiff on both counts for SG72.73. Beckett vs Wilson ; reply filed. State ex rel Antwciler vs J L Smith ; continued on stipulation. Gundclfinger vs Beckby ct al ; de murrer to amended petition filed. Beckett vs Wilson ct al ; motion for security for costs filed. Campbell vs Campbell ; motion to strike out part of return sustained; amended cross-bill filed. Gundclfinger vs Beckby et al; de murrer sustained ; leave to file amend ed petition. Mclchor vs Derkum; argued and submitted. , State ex rel Boon vs Clark ct al ; motion for new trial overruled. Lel'ago vs Klston ; bond for costs filed. Gundclfinger vs Beckby ct al; con tinued. Campbell vs Campbell; divorce proceedings; argued and submitted. Paiker vs Lolb ct al ; deprco for plaintiff. Dullc, Collector, vs Chambers; dismissed. . Dulle, Collector, vs Fletcher; dis missed. In ro Wm L Collins ; petition for cnangc of name lo Wm Little ; pe tition granted. Iiiipfl rr rr; I j rdiacs uialng car? n :Mii!eneciintoqc;nirZais Ki?i!lisi3nP8le fecfinCarsrJ 5 nicui V intm r fo&Sftf5- II U1 1 SltY, j, ffi most omctT " ST. LOUIS fi&iM, ! Kansas City. I &3i&g$&& . DETROITs BUTtE GRIP Stool TackloDlook HALF THE COSl' of hoisting mrcd to ftlorckecpcrn. butelicrMntm- crn, mnrhiDlttt, builders, coiitrnctnra nnd others. Admitted to bo Iho irrcnt ot improvements ever inndo in tncklo block!. KrclRhtjircpald. Write tor cat alogue FULTON IRON l ENGINE WKS Kfttah.l&rc, 10 Brush St., Detroit, Mich, CHICAGO & ALTONRA1LROAD. Omnibus leaves Jclfcrsoii City, 7:30 a. in. ovcry day except Sunday, con necting with the train leaving: Ccdur City at8a.ni. and which makes prompt connection at Mexico with all trains going cast, west or north. Jonathan GitiMsiiAW.TIekct AgentJ W. A.. ALUEYEJi insurance . -a.gke jraTr C. W. WALLENDORF, Manager, Fire, Tornado, Cyclone, The following Reliable Companies represented : Fire Association, German American, Hamburg - Bremen, Home, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Globe, People's, Milwaukee, Mechanics. Oakland Home, Traders', Phenix, Phoenix, SpiingfiVld, United Firemen's, Western Home, rearuiiice over 1 nomas' Btorct Corner High & Madison Sts. DIRECTORY. KLSTON, COLK COUNTV, Mo. CHUltCH MEKTIKUS. Baptist, First Sunday. Methodist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday: S. D. TURNER, Physician. JMEW GOODS NEW f RICES S. M. KLSTON & Co., General Merchandise and Jobbers in Farm Machinery, Binders Twine, &c. &c. &c. B. LACKAMP, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Furniture, Collins, Ktc. GEORGE KLSTON, Drugs and Groceries, Kxprcss and Rail-Road. Agent. J. J. SHRIKE. Watchmaker and Jeweler. Repairing Promptly Done and Warranted. CKNTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO. C11UHC1I MEETINGS. Presbyterian, Third Sunday. Baptist, Fourth Sunday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. T. A. GREENUP, Post Master and Justice of the Peace. Prop'r Commercial Hotel. Dr. M. A. DUNLAP, Druggist. MURRAY & WEAVER, General Merchandise, A. A. CAMPBELL, General Merchandise. D. L. 1IATIUIORN, General Merchandise. GEORGE POPE, Prop'r Hotel and Dealer in Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. JOHN F. F LESS A, Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff. MARION, COLK CO., MO TAGART & ELLIOTT, General Merchandise and Country Produce. TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, MEXICO & CALIFORNIA. Through Trains Carry PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Jefferson City & Sedalia AND TEXAS PQIftSTS. Geo. A. Keijv, ) H. C.'Cnoss, J Receivers. J.J. FJtEY, .T.WALDO, lien. Huit. (leu 'frame Mgr. GASTON Mi:SUKIt, Ocu'l Ieengcr .1 Ticket Ai;ciit, SEDALIA, MO. CEXTItETOWX ITEMS. Mr. John I). Ficshour and Mr. D. J, Weaver were In St. Louis last week. Deputy Sheriff Soue was here on of ficial business tho latter part of last week. Mr. E. 15. Taylor and wlfo spent last Friday and Saturday at tho capital. Mm. A. A. Campbell, her daughter, Mrs. Mike Battle, accompanied by Mr. Edwin Campbell, went to Jeffeisou last week. Jndgo Win. S. Freshour spent a part or Inst week iu St. Louis, Postmaster Grconup and wife were In Jeff City a part of last week. Mr. Josh Sartln, wKo and daughter, Miss Lou, went to the Clly ol Jefferson last Monday. Mr. Ira Pare, a very prominent young man o( this vicinity and a great favor ite with tho girls,. went to the capital Monday Wo understand that Ira had busluf 9 Willi tliS court. H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmsyer, rrcflldcntt cashier, A. DAM-MtYEIt, .WUtnnt cnsliler. EXGHAMEBAM, OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Does u general Imi.Mii;; ImMnro. lluys ninl M'lls Domestic nml rurttiru lvchani. I'i:r nUh letter of tntrixliictiuii nml credit tu Its varlniih correijpoiMlt'ii(c. Alui-v liax muiiev to loan it h nitftomert. AUmtt interctt on lime itepn'iU, by atrreenuMit, iiii't UeuU In (iovern incut, Mate, county, Municipal Honda ami liltfh nu dlien direct. yy. C. Ycung, President. Oscar G. Burch, caviller. FirstNational Bank JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Capital, $50,Q00. - Surplus, $37,750, p'UECTOItS. V, C. VOUNO, J. 8. 1'l.KMINO, I. 0, ScilOTT, Jesse V. IIeniiv, Jacoii Tanneh, ' J. It, Kiuvauk-, Ueohok Waoxku. Do n KCiicriil bunking? bualiu'M. liny and poll Foreign and Domestic, KvclmiiKe, 1'iilled Male uondi and oilier gcciirltii'ti; nccoiniln receitcd, loan, and dlcounta made on favorable terms. rrnui ii niienuou given to uu Diisiues cutruat cd to lt care. D. H. Mc'ntyre, 1'retidcut,, M. R. Sinks, Vlt'B l'rt'ldent. J. H. Dlercks, Ciuliler John T. Clarke, .eelttn nt cnsliler. The Merchants' Bank OF JKFFKItSON CITY, MO. CAPITAL, - - g 5 0,000 DI11ECT011?. D. II. Mcf.NTYnB. F. H. Hinder, L. o. Lohman. 0. A. Waiii:. M. It. Sink, , ,T. It. Kdwahds, L. l)i Goiihon, J. II. Dieucks, Cull fieclnf!Attciillou to Our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. Iluy ami h-II KorQljrntinl Domestic Kvcuauge itnUdouKt'iUT.il JUnMlitf ntiiuoii. Lomti and OSAGE CITY, Cole Co., Mo. C. KOEIILKU, Dealer in General Merchandise. THEODORE SCIIEULEN, General Merchandise and Country produce, HENRY POPE, Dealer hi Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. PONXOT'S, Osage Co., Mo. L. B. BOILLOT, Pi opr. Uonnot's Mill Hotel, and agent for W..J. Lcmp's Keg and Uoltlc Peer C. M. EDWARDS, Prepared to do all kinds of PLASTERING! at tlio lowest possible prices. Well and Cisterns plastered. All work guar antccd lo give entire satisfaction. 1!. 212 Broadway, Jefferson City, Mo February 1st, 1890. The ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RY and its branches b.cams tho GREAT NORTHERN RY, LINE, IV YOU AltE OOlNfl TO THE FI'tEli FAHMSOFTHE MILK UIVKK VALLEY, TAKE Till! GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINE TO THE 001.0, SILVER, 'COlTEll, IRON and COAL MIXES of MONTAXA TAKE THE GREAT NORTHERN It Y , LINE. TO GREAT FALLS, THE FUTURE INDUSTRIAL CENTRE OF THE NORTHWEST, TAKE THE GREAT NORTHERN II Y . LINE, TO HELENA, 11UTTE, SPOKANE FALLS AND THE COAST CITIES, TAKE THE GREAT NORTHERN It Y . LINE. TO F C GRAND FORKS AND WINNIPEG, TAKE TUB GREAT NORTHERN UY, LINE TO ALL MINNESOTA. SOUTH DA KOTA, NORTH DAKOTA .MONTANA IDAHO, OREGON, WASIIINGTOX, CALIFORNIA and MANITOBA Polnls TAKE THE GREAT NORTHERN ItY. LINK. For tickets, maps and guides, apply to your uonie ticket BRont or wilie to F. I. AVIIITJS'EY, (Jen. Van mid Ticket .ent. Ure.it Northern It.iihvuy, St- Paul, Mlllli. riSyriic Giieat Noutueiin Railway Link runt lis own Magnificent OIiiIhk .Cms, Pnlnro Sleeping Car, Special Apartment Cars uud Fieo Coliulst Sleep. gu uuny lurougu, iraius, JOHN BRIGHT LAJDIES' GrElNTTS' MISSES7 AND CHILDREN'S SHOES: A FULL LIKE OF FINE Slxoes J-ixa"b 0;pexi.ecL SOLE AGENT FOR THE v 'Celebrated John Meier' CEnSTTS' SHOES. JL School Shoes a Specialty Cal I and Examine Before, Purchasing Elsewhere J-110 EAST HIGH St. IN TENNESSEE IIOUSE.-ts mi JOHN A. LINHARDT, JDEALER IN-- Staple ttiiJ Mi Groceries SFEOIA.TjTIBS iiiitiiiitfiiiiiMiMillHlimmiiimii Glassware, Quccnswaic, Tea and Dinner Sets, Chamber Scls, Lihrary Lamps, Toilet Articles, Tobacco, 'Cigars, Woodoutvaro, lee. Chests, Refrigerat ors, Grass anil Garden Seed, Oyt tcrs, Fish and Game in Season. Cash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce. 230 EAST HIGH STBEET. ... ATT B T TmW T .TUTJTflTTm . PITT X T I vrmrmTx HIIIMMMIIIIIIIIMIIMHllllt UltMIIHIIHI FINE FAMILY GROCERIES Fresh Goods and Low Prices I All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases $Sole Agent for Royal Java Coffee tuc PCDcrr.Tinw rnnirn hat urm ijiu i uu lvhuii vvyi.ui Jt.l IYlC.fL,c aona T. Craven's THE PLAOU FOIt OHOIOE GEOCEEIES C . M. THOMHS FINEGR0CERIE8! CONDIMENTS. eHOICETEAS AND LEADING BRANDS OF Imported Delicacies! 202 East High Street, Jefferson City. BU CKEYE 8sBMers,t Reapers $ andiloiers. BUCKEYE BINDER TWINE,. OHIEFTAIN HAY BAKES. Wnyc. KOEIsTia- & Go.; Send for Descriptive Catalogue. ST. LOUIS, 510. WHEN YOU WANT A NEW ooking Rtove,, ASK FOR THE CELEBRATED - - - "iuiir yi iiikuvi -. laKu no oinon If your dealer cannot supply you write direct to us: TuiHiKiiirtr Hi1 INDIANAPOLIS STOVB GO., Indianapolis' Indiana. Antoa Satecb, Doalor iu moves, 403 West Maiu St., Jcttotsou Vity.