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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JJKTM60N CITY, MISSOURI
Subscription, $1.00 Per Year
K. G. Fblkerrax, Business Munngcr
Thursday, October 0, iSOO.
Republican State Ticket-
For Judge of the Supremo Court,
ALEXANDER VT. MULLENS
(Of Linn County.)
For Railroad Commissioner,
JAMES K. MERRIFIELD, "
(Of St. Louis.)
For Superintendent of schools,
FRANKLIN P. SEVER,
(Of Newton County.)
fOR COKORKSS KLKVENTH DISTRICT,
JOHN L. ERWIN,
(Of Callaway.)
For State Senator,
ANDREW B. COLE,
(Of Cooper County!)
Conukess ha? adjourned.
Vote the republican ticket straight
Vote for W
lector.
W. Wagner for col-
Rkmemukii
election day.
August Kroegcr on
Dos't overlook George Spun when
you vote.
Tnr. census gives Jefferson City a
population of (!,7C2.
Mn. Ciiauncky I. Fiu.ky seems to
be on top of the G.-D.
Stand by your principles and vole
for good government.
A new railroad to the south will
give us 15,000 people in 1000.
Mn. IIuNTF.n will make the people
nn excellent assessor.
nny governmental principle, but it Is
quite another matter to originates and
succMjfwlly cany out those prlnci
pics. Mr. Vest's vote on the pension
bill indicates that, ho has no more use
for nu old union soldier than ho had
when tho school fund episode oc
curred somewhere in 18G1.
The Cotton King of the south lias
always been a free trader, and Mr.
Vest bled for him in the past and
stilt continues to do so. All men
aro created "fico and equal1' but
Vest has never so understood tho
Declaration of Independence. When
Jefferson wrote the above no was n
democrat, and perhaps did not intend
to include the colored man, but since
that time the constitution of the
United States has made it apply to
all mankind. Vest never believed
what Jefferson wrote, and has no re
spect to-day for the constitutional
guarantee referred to. Ve3, he bleeds
for his country by oppressing the
weak and denvinsr to liicm the liahls
and privileges held so sacred to the
white race. Vest Is a great man, if
smallncss makes men great, lie
thinks as lie did 30 years ago and
teaches the rising generation hate
and disiegard for the organic law of
the land . lie advocated treason
in tho past, he teaches lawlessness
now. He asks to be returned to Un
united Slates Senate to further his
efforts in this behalf. Will Cole
county aid him? Is there in Cole
county an old soldier, the son of an
old soldier, who can vote for a man
that would kick them to death if the
opportunity presented? Is there in
tills county a colored man who will,
by his vote, help elevate ami keep
in ollicc the bitterest of foes it is
for such men to decide.
Voti: for Benjamin Dulle for pre
siding judge of the county court.
Aktiiuii Grimsiiaw is beyond
question tho best man for county
treasurer.
Tiik extension of the city limits
will prove advantagious to ail the
people.
Vote for Adam RouUzong for
county clerk. He is competent and
deserving.
The great St. Louis fair is still the
attraction for the Jeffersonian who
Las a quarter in his pocket.
Mr. Dkwev is doing good street
Work, but unless lie pushes the work
Winter will overtake him.
Aftek accomplishing more work
than nny other session of congress,
iPffaiding which the country lias any
acquaintance. Mr. Reed let the boys
go home and adjourned .
Mii.leu county shows greater in
crease in population than any other
county in the district. The branch
railroad lias been worth a great deal
to Miller county, at the expense of
Cole county.
The judges of election aro all good
mcu and it stands out as a credit to
the county court judges. Good
government naturally icsults when
the best men in the community
ore selected for such places.
Jkffbrsox City has increased in
population in tho past ten years.
1,400, which makes a goad showing.
No one could ask a better showing
In ten years than tin gain given by
the enumeration. This city, if the
limits had been extended, would
show a population of 8,000.
Mu. Vest ought to have explained
to the tax-payer how this pyramid
lias managed to grow in democratic
B'alcs. These democrats when elected
Headed the ofllce.
Peake.
Silcotr,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Aikansas,
Kentucky,
Maryland,
Tennessee,
Louisiana,
Mississippi,
fi.IOO.OOO.
THE PRESENT IS THE PAST.
The democratic concern for this
country is very great. In its dark
ilays Mr. Vest tried to tako the
school fund Into the southern con
federaey. Now his heart Is bleeding
for the safety of tho country. But
for tho fact that the country hat been
governed for the past 00 years in op
position to Mr. Vest's views, there is
Bomo question as to whether wu
would liavo any country to blood for.
Jt in always easy to lind fault with
PATERNALISM.
What Is paternalism? The dim
inutive bantam cock of the demo
cratic barnyard flaps his wings with
a magnificent air, and as he crows
forth in strident notes with short
ilops "Paternalism," the larger
oosters in the adjoining republican
nnnltrv vnril urn pvnpptfil tn hp. pnn.
1 j j ' . . .
311 mcd with mortification ; their tail
and feathers are supposed to droop ;
a melancholy, woe begone look be
gins to spread itself over their proud
features, and finally it is to take fiom
their majestic strut some of its meas
ured stali'liuess. Hence wc are con
strained to ask : '-What is Paternal
ism?" Paternal? fatherly; Pa
ternalism.? fathtrlincss. Who that
has nrofllcd bv the wisdom and
Guidance of a fond father will deny
that the democratic party lias made
a poor choice of tonus, if it seeks to
convey by the expression ought of
abuse or contumely? Whre, in that
party, is one to be found who is pre
pared to say that all men are born
leaders and yet deny that ail men are
created free and equal. What a riot
ous family our glorious government
would bo were there no leaders
among men no paternalism. Wu
elect our members of congress by a
majority of the voles of the people ;
we manufacture our paternalism.
Why this senseless howl from the
democratic ranks? Would they have
the country infer that tliey arc tired
of the voice of the people as it asserts
its light to vote as it pleases? Would
they havu us suppoo that they pre
fer "socialism" to "paternalism" or
is it simply an exhibition of cl.i'd
ish temper and angry rebellion that
in this gamo of government the peo
ple will not let "them bo the father
awhile." Do away with paternalism,
with the framing of l.uvj for the tariff
or other purposes, mud.; and passed
by men whom we pay to look after
these things, because in our stiug,'le
for dally bread wu cannot bo
fathers, -ind we might as well over
throw the bulwarks of our great and
gloriotn government mid tough to
scorn the constitution of tho United
State?.
Decidedly Oblivious of Com
mercial History-
"Stop t ilking Cuba, Mr. B'ainr.
Reciprocity with Cuba is well enough,
but the subject is too small for you
It Is painful to see you training the
field-gun of your brilliancy on spar
rows. Gorman reciprocity is your
size. Let loose your brilliant states
manship on it j unleash your nggres
slvo foreign policy and never relax
your energies until the mirkets of
Germany and Franco aro as open to
the west as the markets of England
arc until we have from these great
countries tho samo perfect recipro
city which England gives us which
you would give us in U12 case of poor
little Cuba. St. Louis Republic.
The Ignorance of this paper lie
comes painful to any 0110 having
even n slight acquaintance with cum"
raeicial history. Tho editorial flaff
must hav.i been selected from the
slum tlonicsit, otherwise the lack t f
knowledge shown a3 to men ami
measures surpasses our understand-
itur "lVint- lltflr. Pl..ill ,,. II, .,! I
'"j,- ..... ...i... vs..,,.. iui lll.l
2.") yp'irs hat been THIRD in coin
men lal linprjiirtiiee. or next to those
of France and far greater than (!ci
miny until 'two years ago. The
records show that our importations'
from Cuba In 1874 amounted to S8.".-
lL'8,0y7, which was greater than that
of Germany ever has been, tho hloh
est point ever renehc d by It being in
ISH'J, when it reached 881.712,510
What respect can you have for a
paper that claims to be the leading
ilcnioeratle organ of this state that
exhibits such ignorance;'
Specimen Cases-
S. H. Cllffoid,Now CasseJ, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his stomach was illsoideieJ, his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and he was terribly icduccd 111
lleih and strength. Three bottles of
Electric Hitters cured I1I111.
Kdwaid Shepherd, UnrrUbtirg, 111.,
had a itniilnir sore. ouliUlei; ufclcht
years' standing. Used throe botlleS of
Lleetrio hitlers and seven boxe of Hack.
leu's Arnica. Salve, and liN log Is sound
and well. John Speaker, Catawba, 0-,
had live large fever sores 011 his loc.
doctors said ho was incurable One
bottle of Klceh ie Jllttois and one box of
UiicMen Arnica Salvo cm-til lilin en
tirely. Sold by A Urandeiibciger.
SCHEIBE & PAYNE
HOUSE, SIGM,
CARRIAGE
A N D
ORSV3AE2Ei5TAL
30,") Madisou Street.
ALUEYEn
IJMSURrNeE
-A-GKEJisraTr
C, W, WALLENDORF, Manager,
Fire, Tornado, Cyclone,
Tho following Eeliablo Companies
represented:
Firo Association,
German American,
Hamburg . Bremen,
Homo, Lancashire,
Liverpool, Loudon, Globe, Pcoplo's,
Milwaukee, Mechanics.
Oakland Home. Traders',
Phenlx, Phoenix, Springfield,
United Firemen's, Western Home,
QrOfllco over Thomas' Btore,
Corner High & Madison Sis.
Very t LOW i Rates
-- T O
What We Do nnd What We
Don't Do.
Wo ndvoitiso what wo lmvo lo soli.
Wo nlwnys lmvo what wo udveitiso.
Wo can nnd will givo you morn vnluo
for your money than you cna got
olsowbero.
what we don't do.
Wo don't misrepresent. Wo don't
pull you in from tho street. Wo
don't bunt you up in tho saloons.
AVo don't buy our customers with
drinks.
this is oun aimE.
Our goods, at tho prioos wo offer
them, will sell tbomselvos.
M. Goldman.
Tc Our- Friends
Executor's, administrator s, trust
tco's nnd -guardian's have tho rlghj
to name the paper In which publica
tions required by law bo made, and
wo ask our friends to remember tho
Rki'udlioan when they have publica
tions to make.
H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmeyer,
l'rc-lilciit, cnehlcr,
W. A. Ill, I.UITtfl l. I.I
EXCHANGE BANK,
OF JEFFERSON CIVVY xn
nlh letter nr Introduction nml credit to Its
t'flrlnm pnrrmiiniu iiui. tl. 1 . .
loiiii Us customer., Allows Interest on lime
vrnr, , "h'vuu -M. mm uvniB in uovcrn
mem. Matt, anility. Municipal lionris an high
GEO. FORTH s
The year 1800 wo Will curry an uuiiaunly lnrgo stock-
Gold Pens, Chains,
Clocks, Sleovo Buttons,
Collar Buttons, Carving-
Sets, Fins, Rings,
Charms, Watches, Clocks,
Castors,
Card Receivers, Butter.
Dishes, Thimblos,
Berry Spoons, Sugnr
Bowls, Creamers, Opcrn
Glassos,
Knivos, Forks, Spoons
Eta, Eta, Etc
CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
JOHN BRIGHT
LADIES7
MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S
SHOES:
JNIEW QOODS NEW fRICES
W. C. Young,
Oscar G, Bureh.
Caililo
A FULL LINE OF FINE
S I1.003 tX-vxs-b Ojpen-OcL
DL'RIXG THE
Executor's Notice-
Xotieo Is hereby given, That letter
ti-stumen'nry un the estate of Frederick
oj;cl, deceased, were granted lo 'he
undersigned on ibeUUtluluy of Scitembei
lSUO, by the Probate court of Cole coun
ty, Missouri.
All persons h iving claims against said
estate are required to exhibit them foi
allowance tu tho executor wlthli
one year after the date of said letters, 01
they may be precluded lioni any bcuclll
of such estate; and If such claims be 1101
exhibited within two years from the dati
of tlil publication, they bliall be forevei
bailed.
ririEit VonnL,
Executor.
.OINTMENT,
JOHNSTON, HOLI
- ft CD.
SmTSr.. .Jul
msmi
TO CURE
SEIN
DISEASE
OF ANY FORM
USE
HEISKELL'S OINTMENT.
It lms brrrj In tiso many years, and 1ms
proved Infallible In every rjte, rrom slmplo
rtamle.i ana Matches on t ho faro and Sore
J.yellds tn olntlnato Eczema, Tetter and
Itchlug Piles.
Sold by Druggist:. 50 ets. per Box.
Send for Treatlic on Skin Diseases nod
Cert incites of Cure.
4S-DAYS
0 F
Autumnal 'Festivities
SEPTESViBER 3d
- T 0
OCTOBER t8th,
: 1 8 O .
See your nearest ticket ngent.
11. II. ClAUK. H. R. Tou-xskvh.
1st Vlen.I-.i ii .fr
Uen'l m ii:iicr.
-S T . LOUIS,
(il-ll'l l'jlftM'r nml
Ticket .gcnt
MO .
Home ecekers will lind tlio lnat of
the luiMle, du.n.'ilii of agricultural
ind KMliiK-valuo alonx'tlic Ureal
.Northern lly in X. I il.nt.i. '.ontana
LANDS
100 r more nlnni-thcGrcat Niirlliern
Kullw.n Line. Iliuliiemi ehnniex,
Write ! I. VllIT!lKV,Kt.l,aul,.MIlili.
for b9()k. in.iis, etc. Write lio.
Hlfi preiwration.itii
flT&ti ' o;it, jnjiuy, remove;
Pimples, Ulack-IIentls, Hitnliurr
nnd Tim. A few applications will ren
der the most ptublcrnly red ckin Boft
smooth and white. Viola, Cream j,
not n paint or pou lor to cover defects
but fi remedy to cur''. It fa superior tc
an oilier preparations, nn'i H puarantcrr
tOKiveKntjefactlon. Atdreislsoruiail
sd for CO cents. Prepared by
roicao. Ohio. . '. hit's:i:ii co.
"aauaraxa sas& svh ii
HOIHM IV
HIM ap
AU3A3 IV
mmi mu
N3MVX SVH
ATT THE
HEW
TOWNS
.elllerf on free iiMern:r,ent lunda
ilniiit the tircnt Northern.UyLlucIn
Vorlli tiakota nnd Mimtanu KCt loir
rates and H.io inarkcu for produits.
fHINTINfi I ."""tre'urtslnAineriraaloiijr
n,n,iSn UrI'at Xortlu'ru lly. 1 .1 ii u In ln.
FIRHI Hfr VS,M' tnVota8 mid Montana,
iiuinnu. I licntoliiiiato for heallh seekers
LOW
RATES
Montana produces tbe llnctt
Horses and Cattle. Kreo ranges
vet In Mouse, Milk nnd -on Ituer
allejs anil sivcul Grass Hills.
HEALTH
HORSES,
CATTLE.
WEALTH,
Iu Vontann. Fica Ltndi, New
Town,, Sew flallu.n, Utw Mlntl,
Low Rata,. Largest area of Bood
vacant land.
SieetOrn8s Hills, Milk and Snn
Hirer valleys, 'ontana,rcaclicdoiilv
by His Urcut Northern ltailwa'y
l.lnc. The stock llaiaiirs' nar.ullie.
HOGS.
Thoroirloiis tributary to (IreatN'orlh.
cm Hailirny Line In Montana prod, ice
all the irc( Ions and buter metals. Xeir
MILK
GOLD,
COAL.
do to the Croat Kcserration ot
Montaniwindffi'tnffood Ireo homo
tcm1. i.vw rate ami Kroo luupors
on Great Northern lly Line, Go nou.
FirstNationalBank
.lEFKICItSOX CITY, MO..
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750
numerous.
W. 0. Youno, j. s. KI.EMIKO,
J. O. SCIIOTT, JlSSE V. llKNltV,
Jacou Tanxi:ii, J. K. Kiiwaiuis,
01:01101: Waunkii.
Do a ireneral ImnklnK business. I!ur and sell
lorelRii mid Domestic i:rlinniro, United Ptatcs
lionds and other securities! accounts rceclrod,
loans and ilu-cnuuls nindo on favorable terms.
h t Ii "u:""u" H'u xo an uusiucss entrust
D. H. Me'ntyre,
President,
M. R. Sinks,
Vice l'rcsideut.
I. H. Diercks.
cashier
bhn T. Clarkn.
assistant casmcr
The Merchants' Bank
OF JKFFEHSOX CITY. MO.
CAITI'AL, - . 85 0,000
wiiiccTons.
I). II. MCiKTYlli;, F. II. JSlNUKIt,
J.. (J. 1.0IIMAN, 0. A. WAItE,
M. It- Sinks, j. j. Kdwauds
h. 1). GonuoN, J. H. DiKitcKs
l'lIILlf OTT.
Call Spccrnl Attention to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
llur ami sell I'oreljin and Domestic K.vclmiine
amliloaBenernl llanklnu Ilusiness. Uians and
.....no Lump un mu iut lavnrauiu lerins.
I) I It E C T O It Y
KLSTON, COLK COUNTY, Mo.
CHUItCII MEETINGS.
llaptist, First Sunday.
Methodist, Second Sunday.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday:
S. D. TURNEH,
Physician.
S. M. ELSTON & Co..
General Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Binders Twine,
&c. &c. &c.
RIVER
t heso have made Montana the
rlcliret Stnto percnuiln in tlx; I'p.ion
l'lcnty of rouio for mori' miner ami
ciuviniyi. ivn IV inu uiiiu.
VINES.
Alonjrtlm (.rent Northern Ualhray
Miie iu MontHiifl aro freo ranches
nu 1 I'liftiirnKCt m!nt of prcciou metili,
iron ami real, aw rw dtici tndtOAni,
Saw is your cliancc.
GREAT
cALLS
YOUNG
HANI
iSnrrounded by a line n;rric:tlrunil
AiiuKruzlnvcuuntrytcloitp to m'noi or
ltrif tm-lil trmt tin. I i-n i1 n.
bingAwikrpowtruncaiinaled iii Auier
If 1 if ( nitnin'l 1 11, 1., ci .ll
IVR5ELLE,
PARIS, 1559,
Thj Highest Possible Promiam,
THE ONLY GRAND PRIZE
FOR SEWING MACHINES,
WAS AWARDED TO
WHEELER & WiLSOH MFG. CO,
AND THE
ACROSS 0F THE
LEQION OF HONOR,
WAS CONFERRED UPON
NATHANIEL WHEELER,
Tho President of tho Company,
WII.SOX & MOORK, Ajrents,
Lffcfsoti Oily, Jin.
Tlie v.llleyB of Kelt Mousi!, Mln,irl,
Wilk atul "im Itivers reached by Ureal
.oriuvni ur 1.1110. tiuir rais evptir
nloiis Sept. 0, 23, nnd Oct, II, im. 11 rile
l 1 WniTNKir, t, l'aul, ','luu.
G.N.
R.L.
u'aEStN.r n -rum
HHffify Wa
.OfR HEW
1 r." v
.Won U I OU.OO, -j
tlnifhrpcr WmtMUilhMtf,
(muu inrLii uuniinr run
Doth Udl'i ud sriii 1 tliti,
'rarh u )! ran ....
free, lopaibtr will, our Ir
tim d ll l tliaxr what wo in) ruu to Itatu wtio cll your
filrml unit ii ulibor n0 ihoif Iionl fm t list ! yiffiuHi
lnvaluibUlruliAirui.wlilcli linl.Uf.iryfin when oiicilrtJ,
lid Ihui mi tr rplii. W pij nil f iprtti, freight , etc, A ft ft
yu biiw all.lf rou wouU likt I r lo wink fit m, vtiu rin
am from SHU to AUU per wwk ud u.wrrti. Adlrm,
Cheap Excursions South-
For the purpose of nffonling op
portunity for Investigating tbu un
rivaled advantnges offeied home
scekeis and investors by the Stales
of Missouri, Arkansas, Florida,
Loulsana and other statif bonth nnd
southeast. Tho JlempSU mule Kon
aas f'itv. PnrC nf,i nifi ir...ni.iifo
R. R. lias arranffed; for.o cilcs of.
111111 iuiu rACIIl-JlollS I0rt pi 0I11II11MI1
DOlll'.S In tllOSU Ktn'tpa Tiflrntii tn,-
tucso cxctirsious will ho on Bilu nl
tho company's coupon o'll)cc9'wcst of
nnd Including Spiiiigik'lt), rilid nt
Kansas City, on ScptctnUcrO nnd 23,
and Outolicr 14.
For FLORIDA the following. ppec-v
iai nrraiiKimcms will )o made:
Round tilp tickets to prominent
Florida points will h0 sold on Sop-'
tcrabar U, 22 and 20, October Jt-IU
and 28, Novomlior 10 ami 24, and
Deccmosr 2. On theso datos the
Mcuiilim route will also soli to those
gtlng to Floiida to remain," 0110 way
tickets to points In Uiat state tit the
rate 0 one antl onc-hulf conts per
mile. All round trip tickets nil! I10
goo I thirty duys for return and ho.h
round trip and one-way tlckfts will
bo goo 1 for pii3sago oirany of these
company's passenger traln jcavlng
Kansas City on dotej aboyo.naraotl.
Tho company's coupon ofnucs In
Kansas City aio nt 5:12 Miin St.,
1012 Uiiitm Ave , Union Depot and
at General Ollh'o building, northwest
corner SUh mid llroadivay, '
For map., lime table, folders aud
alldesiied inforinailon, ndtlfcss
r. .1 J JV'0C'Km)PI'
Gcu'l Iabt. & Tielft t Agr
Kahsas Cty, llo,
U. LACKAMP.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
iiiiwaro,i urniture,tJollln8, Ktc.
GEORGE KLSTON,
Drugs antl Groeciles,
Express antl IluilRoad Agent.
Wm. DERRINGER,
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer and
COT Public Auctioneer. "a
CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO
CllUltCtI MEKTINUS.
Presbyterian, Thiid Sunday'.
UaplUt, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A. GREENUP,
P0st.Ma.1ter and Justice of the Peace.
Prop'r Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A.
DUNLA P,
Druggist.
MURRAY & WEAVER,
General Merchandise.
A. A. CAMPBELL,
Genoral Merchandise.
D. L. HATHHORN,
GencraT-Merchandisc.
GEORGE POPE,
Prop'r Hotel and Dealer In
Fiiio Whiskies, Wines and Cigar3.
JOHN F. FLESSA,
Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MARION, COLK CO., MO
TAGART & ELLIOTT,
General Moichnndlse and
Country Produce.
OSAGE CITY, Colo Co., Mo.
C. KOEHLER,
Dealer in
General Merchandise.
THEODORE KCHEULEN,
General Merchandise nnd
'Country produce.
IIENltY POPE,
Dealer In
Fine WhUkles, Wines and Cigars.
UONNOT'S, Osage Co., Mo.
L. II. 110ILLOT, Propr.
Honnot's Mill Hotel,
and nirpnt tnr
Wi J, Lmp' Keg nnd. 'HQttlq Peer,
fligBM
Jam
r-SOLU AGENT FOR THE-,
'Celebrated John Meier
GKEHSTTS' SHOES.
School Shoes a Specialty 5
Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere
tSTllO EAST HIGH St IN TENNESSEE HOUSE.".
u tones
JOHN A, LHHARDT
)EALER IN
IHIMIIIMIII,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, b
Glassware, Qtircr.Mvatc, Tta mid Dinner Sets, Chamber
Sels, I.ihrary L-iinps, Toilet Articles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Woodenwarc, lee Chests, ltcfrlgerat
crs, Grats and Garden Seed, Oyc-
tcrs, Fish and G.unc in J"'
Season. '
Gasli Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce.
230 EAST HIG-H STREET.
CT-T. CRAVEN
Fresh Goods and Low Prices!
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases
&Sole Agent for Royal Java Coffee.
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