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iffit ( ! tr -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JBFFIRSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Pop Year, F. Q. Folxkbhok, Bw-iupss Manager Thursday, Juno lit, 1890. AVk have every reason to believe that the republican state convention will be held here. The republican state committee meets July 8, to fix a date for the holding of a ttato convention. St. Louis is kicking about the census. Givo the city a fair count. She deserves justice and should have it. Ik St. Louis wants to retain Lev self respect she will shun the real estate "boomer." He is a curse to any city. Poor Burgess! lie gets so near and is left so far behind that he must by this time question whether life is worth living. Mb. A. M. IIouuii returned from the St. Joseph convention with smiles ns broad as the universe, He used his hatchet on Mr. Burgess. I'm: branch road should be ex tended and if the railroads do not care to do it, Jefferson City and Leb anon can do it. Tuc democrats have nominated Judge Oantt for the supreme bench. Mr. Wolf for superintendent of schools, and Mr. Hickman for railroad commissioner. Dallas, Tex., has secured Cleve land for its fall attraction, and San Antonio has David Bennett Hill. What's the matter with Bcaurcgaurd and other southern attractions? Thk democrats want the contract labor system abolished. As a rule the democrats never know a good thing when they huvc it, and in this matter there is no exception to the rule. Br 1892 the democrats will be so muddled up they wont know whether they arc standing head or feet up. Hickman's nomination Is just enough to make the fanners big enough to ask for the earth in 181)2. Texas was smarter. Poor old Missouri democ racy. The call for a congressional con vention to select a republican candi date a farmer to fill the position occupied by Mr. Bland, who repre sents some eastern district, has been issued, fixing the 13th of August, and Jefferson City as the place for hold ing the convention. Jefferson City Is being recognized generally as the city of conventions this year. A Mr. Kirk, who has had a meas ure pending in congress for some time, makes a charge of bribary against Congressman Springer of Il linois. Mr. Springer is a democrat with a big mouth and a small head, but he is above the smallness which Kirk charges against him. The press should be above aiding the Kirks to injure the character of a gentleman, but it seems that no lie is too mean to publish when It concerns a man in public life. Mr. Gantt, according to the Cole County Democrat, was the railroad candidate. It seems that the fight was between two railroad candidates, Gantt and Burgess, one of whom was sure to win. The railroads own the democracy. No one wos permitted to walk to St. Joseph unless It was some honest farmer who concealed his identity by keeping in the brush. Wo have heard of three who were so afraid of being concealed that they nearly broke their necks getting out of the thicket. The opposition to Mclntyre hai taken the stage fright and lied to places of safety. The republicans will proceed to nominate some good farmer, and then there will be trouble. After injuring Jefferson City as much as they could by taking lue convention to St. Joseph, the croco dile democrats arc slobbering around now, '"that there is no place like Jef ferson City for holding conventions." The German emperor and his new chancellor, Von Caprive, intend to visit the Czar of Russia on the 2d of August. It will be a grand affair and convert the meeting into a dip lomatic event of considerable im portance. The democrats were very brave to snub Jeff Chandler, but not brave enough to snub Hickman. One rene gadc is usually as good as another, except in this case one of them had a club, and there arc no cowards like democratic cowards. Whew the democratic party of -Missouri, with its boasted 10,000 major ity, comes to nominating renngade democrats for its state positions, it speaks louder than words of the (lis intragation of that party. Poor old god forsaken renngado democracy. They will swallow Chandler yet. TitEnv: is no question about this ocing an opportune tlmo for a move to secure an extension of the branch road to Lebanon. The Missouri Pa cific can lose nothing by tapping the Frisco. A good big bonus can be raised if the people prefer that to building and owning the road. Speakeu Rr.r.n has so endeared himself to the hearts of his country men that his future recognition is certain. The American people can always bo relied upon to stand by n man that can muzzle ICO odd demo crats as completely as Itecd did, and apparently, without an effort. Mr. Routs of Hermann, secretary of the republican congressional com mittee, is one of the good, progress ive republicans in'tlic district, and if tliis were not the farmers year we should like to see him make the race for congress. This is a bad year for bankers and lawyers and democrats, The excellent diplomacy by which the Kwing vote was turned over to Gantt will givo Mr. Henry W. Kwing a staunch new friend on tho bench should ho be elected. It is good politics not to let your right hand know what your left hand docth, It was a creditable pleco of political foresight, and wo nre inclined to rcd.it H to Ml'. tt.U, Kwing, That the war Is between the Pacific and Frisco, as the Banner stated, was made plain to-day by the latter tearing up the former's track on Rogers street, and the arrival of L, V. Parker, trisco attorney, wlio is beginning suit to prevent the Pacific from occupying that street. Car thage Banner. This war will help tho branch road along if properly pushed. This is the accepted time for action. The coming session of the legists turc promises to be one of exceptional interest. It will take a cool and level head to keep the farmers out of the fire, for they will attempt many things, and without a guiding star, much mischief will naturally bo done. Any movement on the part of men representing a particular industry should bo deprecated, because class legislation is a curse to any people and movements of the nature named have nothing else in view. They do not come to legislate honestly for the whole people, but have imaginary grievances, and in their effort to cor rect them do some other class irre parable injury. Boss Filley says that he is not particular where the republican state convention is held. This indicates that the boss is not losing much sleep over the condition of the republican paity in this state. The loss of the St. Louis postolllcc has cooled the old man's political ambition consid erably. Tribune. We know of no one that was more gratified over Mr. Filley's non-appointment than the democrats. Re publicans throughout Missouri, re gardless of faction, recognized his eminent fitness for the place, and the president did not lielp the party in Misscmi when he disregarded the re quest of the eminent republicans who were asking Mr. Filley's ap pointment. The "old man" has not been "cooled" off near as much as Coekrejl wjj! be two years hence. For The State ltEPUm.iOAK, Bland and the Bonanza Kings Washington, I). C, June 12, 1800. We need more money In cir culation, Everybody agrees to that. The bill which passed the house June 7, proposes to buy 1,500,000 ounces of pure silver every tnonlh and pay for it with sliver certificates, which are as good as silver dollars or gold dollars cither for that matter, thus adding to the circulation each year $.')!, 167,700. This is a republican mcasuro formulated to give relief to depressed business and particularly to the interests of labor and agricul ture. Against this meamre Mr. Bland spoke mid voted In favor of free sil ver coinage, What does that mean? Free coin age could not give us another dollar of the circulating medium, because the bill as passed will consume the whole silver output of our mines. There will be no bullion left for free coinage or any other kind of coinage ; it will all bo converted into silver dollars and thrown into circulation. Then what would bo tho effect of free coinage? It would be just this, If nothing worse, to make a free and Rbwlute gift to the s.lver mine qwj. crs, tho silver "Barons," to uso Mr. Bland's expression of $1,379,709.U9 monthly, or $10,357,000 every year. Now to tho proof. On the day tho bill passed tho house the 371 1-4 grains of silver tu a silver dollar were worth just 73 cents. Suppose I had 1,000 ounces of silver bullion, to-day It would be worth $l,0C3.47j I could pay just that amount of debts with it, or it would go just that far in buying land, or mines, or wheat or merchandise. Or the U. S. mint would give me just 81,008.47 In money, or silver certificates for it. But if Mr. Bland had his way In the establish ment of free coinage I could take that same 1,000 ounces of silver in the mint and there get for it $1,392, 02, with which I could then pay debts or buy land, or mines, or wheat, or merchandise to that amount easily. In other words every ounce of silver the mint would coin for nie would be made worth 23 4-10 more to mo in any way I should want to use It. How would the man I owe or the farmer from whom I want to buy mules or wheat, or the merchant from whom I want to buy goods be helped by the government, as a pure gift, making my silver worth 28 per cent, more to me? Has not the farmer as much right to demand that tho government shall add 28 per cent, to his mules, or cattle, or wheat, or corn? But how docs this added value come aboutr In this ways As llic law stands and under the bill passed by tho house the difference in value between the uncoined bullion and the coined silver dollar goes into the U. S. treasury. Mr. Bland would shift it from the U. S. treasury to the pockets of tho silver miuo owners. He voted against giving the drowned out and starving people of the south $150,000 out of Uncle Sam's coffers, but instead, he would every year give to the California aim jcocuy mountain millionaires just one hun dred times that much. He can vote to close up every lead and zinc mine in South Missouri with free Mexican lead, and to bank up every Iron fur uacc with cheap English or Belgian iron while making these immense free gifts to the bonanza kings of the west ; and all this I repeat without adding one dollar to the ciiculation These arc all absolute facts which only ignorance or vcniality can deny. Does Mr. Bland fairly represent the people of the Eleventh district? Are they satisfied to have all their own mines and furnaces shut up while the government makes a free gift of fifteen million yearly to the silver lords without any accruing benefit to them? This the) will have to answer, but I would like tq hayp thcrn answer it intelligently, knowing just what the facts arc, and voting freely with these facts square before their eyes Very respectfully, T. H. M. JJalueye IJJSURfNeE C, W, WALLENDORF) Manager, Fire, Tornado, Cyclone, Tho following Reliable Companies represented : Firo Association, German American, Hamburg Bremen, Home, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Globe, Peoplo'fl, Milwaukee, Mechanics. Oakland Home, Traders', Phcnix, Phoenix, Springfield, United Firemen's, Western Homo, ISTOnico over Thomas' Store, Corner High & Madison Sts. H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmoyer, l'rOsldcut, ,1'nshlcr, W, A. 1MLLMKVKH, ARpletu nl Cnflilct. EXCHANGE BANK, OF JEFFERSON blTY, MO. Dock a general foanMntf tm-lncii. lluys ntul sella Domestic and Fnrelpt Kvrhnnirc. Fur nlpti leltcfn of tiitrodm-.Uoii and credit tu Ita varum correspuiidcutn. Alnaya liaa munev to loan 11a customer. Allow. Interest on llmo deposit, liy agreement, mid deal hi (Jovcrn nient, Mate, county, Municipal Honda and high grade, securities, collections miidc on luroic mi cltlci direct. Homo soeVcra will rind tho last of tho imbUo domain of agricultural and grailng value along the (Ireat sorttierti liy In N, Dakota loutima NEW TOWNS FREE LANDS lOOnrinofo nlongtlicOroat Northern Knllwny ,lna Unfitness oil An cos. Write F. I. WniTNKr.Ht.l'niiLMInii. for book's, nmpfi, etc. C. Young, rrctfitlcnt. Oscar G, Burch, cashier. niLSrf. rncr Mi mmwm OUR NEW htlilWitrhrilltiLal Worth SIOU.OO. uiait'tt rttrn In lb worm inci mtkttptr Wrr4ntdhy, BO tin noLU btmtinf (ml. Itlolh lidUi'and (tut tiiM, with work! nil rit el null -Mill' OKI i'lKlOHlrt etrh locilttT can irrurt om frc, toretbir with our Urn d vtlu-Lble hn of II out f hoM 7i th nich, m free. All tb rl( you First National Bank JKFFERSON CITY, MO. Capital, $50,000- - Surplus, $37,750. J.1IRKCT01I3. W. C. Yousn, J. S. Flkmino. J. G. Sciiott, Jesse IV. IIkniiy, Jacoii Tanni:h, J. It. Eiwauuk, ur.oitm: w aonkh. Do a general hanking business. Ihir and sell Knrelgn mid Domestic Kvchange, I'nlled Stales Houds ami other securities: account receti nd. loans and discounts made on favorable terms, rroimii nuentiou given to an business entrust' cd to Its care. Settlors on free Oovcrnnicnt lands along the Ureal Northern Ity Lino hi North Dakota and Montana get low rates and lino markets for products. Write now. "low RATES HURTING, FISHING. I Incst retorts In America along (treat Northern lty.I.lne In A'in nesota, Dnkotas and Montana. Host cllmato for health seekers, HORSES, CATTLE, Montana produces tho finest Horses and Cattle, Free ranges yet In Moose, Milk ami Mm Itltcr alleys and Sweet Urnss Hills. HEALTH, WEALTH, 111 Itloutaua. Tut Lindi, New Town., New Hallways, Naw Mln.a. Lew Rat.i. Largest area of good vacant land. Sweet Urasa Illtls, Milk anil Sun lllver valleys, Vontnna,reached only by tho Orent Northern ltallwiiy Line, The Stork Italscrs' paradise. SHEEP, HOGS. GOLD, COAL Tlio rcKlonn tributary to Cre.it Nortli- - ernKniiwnyuiioiuAlmttnriAiiroititcc nit u ii' irc ions nnu uneur nicuuH. jrew town and railways art) belntf built (Jo to I lie (ireut Itcscrvation of Mo.itiimrnii(lKctnool free homo Mi-tut. low rniufl Ami Free Plocpcrs on Croat Northern Ity Line. Co now. MILK RIYER. HERDS. MINES. Tlieso hac itimle Montmm the richest State per raplta In tho Union l'lciity ot room for more tntitero nnU etockrAlncru Sow i tliu lime. Alotitf the Croat Northern Hull way Mne In Montana aro free ranrhe nml puttanit' minti of prtcloui rntUfl. Iron nnj coal, and ntw cititi ind townt, 2iow la j our chnnoc YOUHG MAN! GREAT FALLS Surrounded by a line Agricultural AiidKraitintfeountry.clo-M) to mlnei of precious nital8,lron and ronl.potH'S flng awtitr powtr uiKaiUuU-d lu.iner icn,itU Hontnim'e liviluftrlal centre. The valley of lied, Mouso, Missouri, I n u Milk ami Sun Ithers reached by Croat U, fd Northern Uy. l-liic. Hair rate cxe.ur- n . tlonaHept. M3,nmlOct.lt.imn. U'rllo 1 It, L. F.I Wiiirmsv.fct. rnul.Mlnn. D. H. Mc'ntyre. rrei-ident. M. R. Sinks, Vice President. J. H. Diercks, cashier John T. Clarke. 4-iFeisinm uannicr, The Merchants' Bank OK JK1-THRSON CITY, MO. CAPITAL, - - $50,000. miiKcxoiu. D. II. MClNTVUU, F. II. IllNllEIt, L. (J. '.OILMAN, O. A. WAllE, II. It. SINKS, J. It. ElMAUDS, L. V. GOIIDON, J. U. DlEKUKS, Piin.il' Ott. Cull Special Attention to Our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. llnyjiU'1 cl rnrelCTinnd Domestic KM hnngn mid do a general ll.tnMng lltisiness. 7oiiiis and Discounts made on the lunst favorable terms. PACIFIO KAIMtOAD TIME TABMi. lVESTVAHl). No 1, Day Express... An Ives 1 :0O p.m. Leaves 1 :2Up. tii. No. 3, Through Kxpress. Arrives Vis 29 n. it;. Leaves 12 :2S a. in. No. 5, Local Passenger- Arilves 12:M p. m. Leaves VI: 15 p.m. No. I), Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a.m. Leaves 2:1U a. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 0:25 j a. m. t KA8TWAR1I. No. 2, lay Express.... Arrives 2.-40 p.m. Leaves 2:55 p.m. No. 4, Through Express. Arrives 2:10 I a.m. Leaves 2:10 a. m. No. 0, Local Passenger. Arilves 1:20 Leaves 1 :10 p. in. Freight, canles passengers. Leaves 4:10 DIKECTOItY KLSTON, COLE COUNTY, Mo. CHURCH MEETINGS. Baptist, First Sunday. Slclhodist, Second Sunday. 1'rcsbyterjan, Foiirtu Sunday: S. D. TURNKli, Physician. S. M. ELSTOX & Co., General Merchandise mid Jobbers in Farm Machinery, Binders Twiuc, &c.' ilc. &c. B. LACKAMP, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Furniture, Cofllns, Etc. hmJiIo,. lfl.KowUl .i.r.lyuo lbo vha all mir fiUiiJ, .nil it.Tslil.orl 4nd Uiut. hom rout-lsil !) I r.l'UU In Mluibl. Ir..lt furu, which lioU. furVrkn wr.cnrtnr.iLH.-. ltd Ihu. w r. rcpaiti. n Mm from tt'lO to SUO r c.,k and upward. AddrtM, llnsun J; Co., lloisia, 1'oriiauu, aiainc, Iwy all cipre.a, rr.ixnr, c. Ann all. If u wonl.1 ilka lo ro to work for ua. ou cart WANg Exoorlonco HI SALESMEN. Elicim tloinj'ii trar.n oup aoiiTHBiix unonx i, rottctt, plunts ami r-Urulii llnor aiaociultloH. Exoorlonco not nocoRsnrv. W0e SAURIES OR COMMISSION tiJ. su-nfi, imtilroini'iit, WrllufurUrtmvllhn.tfn.1tii. A.ldt-n, L. L, Kay & CO,, mwri!!?i'irni M TheW.&W. HAS TAKEN FIRST PREMIUM AT EVERY STATE AND CQUNTY FAIR AT WHICH IT HAS SEEN EXHIBITED. AT TH EXFOSlTlONZZr -eeeeUniyerselle, PRIS, 1559, ffy Hjglisj); Pqsiiblq Preipluw, THE ONLY GRAH8 PRIZE FOR SEWING MACHINES, WAS AWARDED TO WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO, AND THE 4GR0SS 0F THE LEQION OF HONOR, WAS CONFERRED UPON NATHANIEL WHEELER, Tho President of the Company. ' WJLSON & HOOItH, Aircuts, Jeffi-rsQii City. Mo. GEORGE KLSTON, Drugs and Groccrioa, Express and Kail-Iioad Agent. CENTHUTOWN, COLE CO. MO. CllUllCII JlEliTI.Vl.-j. Presbyterian, Thiid Sunday. Baptist, Fourth Suiiday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. JOHN BRIGHT LADIES7 'Vi't-N'iW'AV1- MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES: JMEW OODS NEW fRICES A FULL HUE OF FINE Slxoes ij-vxsb O-poxLed. r-SOLE AGENT FOIl THE 'Celebrated John Meier' C3-2H3STTS' SHOES. School Shoes a Specialty Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere B&-110 EAST HIGH St. IN TENNESSEE HOUSE.-Sa A. LINHARDT, 2AX.BR IN" 1J1 mm rniQ Mtu Groceries SFBOT A TTIES Mllllf 1,1,1 IMIllll, ,11, IMIMMIMIIIIIi Gla6swarc, Qurcnswnrc, Tea nnd Dinner Sets, Chamber Sots, Library Limps, Toilet Articles, Tobacco, Cigars, Woodcimarc, Ice Chests, Itcfrlgorat ors, Grass and Garden Seed, Oys ters, Fish nnd Game in Season. Cash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce. 330 EAST HIGH STREET. ii. tu. I.o ocal passenger trains S and 0 run he- tween St. Louis sind Kansas City. Threo sections ol night train cast. Texas ex press, No. J, has through chair car via. Lexington brunch. Frvo reclining chair cars ou all through trains. LEUANON UltANCU. Trains leave Jefferson City at 0:30 a. m. , in-rlving at Aurora. 0:30 a. ni. -lleturuiue. will leave Auk.ia at 11:30 p. ra., arriving at Jefferson City at 2 :30 J p. in. John J. Ciiuncii.Agt. PalBCs Oinlnq Cars 14 Palace RecllnLig Chair Cars W!r HPu.lmanPalace ElaepIngCarsrsl L v;wiv.'',,cjii i r&&M T. A. GKEENUi'. Post Master and Justice of the I'cace. Prop r Commercial Hotel. Dr. SI. A. DUNLAP, Druggist. W Ulllt AY & WEAVICK, General Merchandise. A. A. CA3IPBELL, General Merchandise. D. L. IIATHIIOHN, General Merchandise. GEOKGE POPE, Pron'r- Hole and Dealer in fine Whiskies, Wines and Cijjars. JOHN F. F LESS A, Miller and Dealer Jn Mill StuIJ, MAItlON, COLE CO., MO TAGAUT & ELLIO.rr, General Jlerchandife and Country Produce. OSAGE CITY, Colo Co., Mo. C. KOEIILElt, Dealer In General Merchandise. TIIICODOnE SUHEULEN, General Merchandise nnd Coutilry pioduce. IlENltY POl'B,: v Dealer, in' Fine Wliisliics, Wines and Cigars. BOXXOT'S, Osago'Co., Mo. L. D. llOILLOIVPupr. P-oniiosMllliutel, and agcu for W. J. Lcfap's Krg and Bottle Boor. HP1 PARKER'n HAIR ItUAM CleaaiM aii WautiTct the hair. iTOUlnlMalnvllrjant raw.l1. LHlf tlrt VeritkM C.l.r. IFr raU IWiritC &nrl ttJr tWnm rrti-Jl.-' CHICAGO t AlA'QXP.ATjjiOAD. Omnibus lea'vos Jefferson City, 7:30 a. m. every day oxeent Sunday, eon.. neetltig with tho train leavl""" Cedur City at 8 h. ui. an.i v.'V.e'h inal;es"iiroinnt Mi- on ... tr.v1.n will, nil lr-ila going east, west or north, Jonathan GiiiMiiiAW.TIcltct Agent QUALITY i AND t WEIGHT $ GUARANTEED ' KM llllll, I, I Mill, llll Ill, II. T7TIn n tr Vw W1M1S FAMILY GROCERIES Fresh Goods and Low Prices I All Oar Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases Sol6 Agent for Royal Java Coffee. THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL. mrj oh.n T. Craven's THE PLACH FOIt CHOICE G-SOCEEIES C. M. THOMHS FINEGROCERIES! -A TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, MEXICO & CALIFORNIA. Through Trains Carry PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Jefferson City & Sedalia AND TEXAS PQ3MTS. Gr.o. A, Ekdv, )J H. C. Citnss, ) Receivers. J. J. KItKY, J.WAMJO, Cicn. eupt. (;cuTriunoMgr OASTOX MKSLIKK, Oeit'l lMrciujcr & TirUt Agoul, BEDALIA, ilO. C. M. EDWARDS, rit'iwcd to do all kinds ol PLASTER I NCI at tho lutvett posilblo prleM. AVulls and CUteriu phwSored. All woik L'uar- anti'eil lo givo eullro salUfucl'ou. 8B. 2 1 i Brwlway, Jcer8ou('i jh Buns aviip Stool TaokloBlook IAI.V' TIIK COar ut hoMIn aved tu torvl.i'i'iii'ra. JjuWicr, 'ami. irn. inaclitttlislb, liulliUTi. ounlractora mil oUiitis. Ailiultu-a to tu Ilia mwut iit linmovumgulfl ant pmilti In taoklo ilocU, rivlKht prevuid. Write for cnl. Unguis. FULTON IRON ti ENGINE WKS., eut4l3.lt. 10 Brush St., DottoU, Mich. CONDIMENTS. HOICETEAS AND LEADING BRANDS OF h imported Delicacies! ' 202 East High Street, Jefferson City. w7 .. DETROIT. -Binders Reapers andtMow ers. BUCKEYE BINDER TWINE, CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES. Wm. KOBmG- &c Co.; Send for Degcriptivu Catalogue. ST. 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