Chillicothe Morning Constitution from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 27, 1890 · Page 2
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IT m 8IFICIAL PAPEBOF THE CITY voters ( J. E HITT. Editor. J. W. PA1TON. Business Manuser. OIHce In CONSTITUTION BUILDING South Washington St. Three Doois South of aiansur Bank TELEPHONE NUMBERS .EDITORIAL ROOMS o. 4 104 TEKMS. iAily t indu'ling Sunday edition pei month One year, if paid n advance . f * Sunday edition, per month. Siimi-"\Veek]y edition, per annum. S1.5Q ·* " six moatbs 7) In clubs oL ten . . . . . . 81 ^" Send money order or dralt at our risk. Address "Constitution Stoam Punting o Cbil- Ucothe. Mo Advertising Rates, JLocals--Five centb per une per issue ioi two insertions or less, 111 the Dnilj , Foui cents pei lin* each ls, four insertions without change, e Daily, ~ ' issue, in the -Locals inserted cue week m tlie Daily, without change, T.vo Cents pei line per issue. . inserted la the DaiW tsis times and Semi-Weekly once at Fifteen Cents p*r line for the seven insertions. JCj-Locals in Semi.WeefcH , Five Cents cei line each insertion. Local Inserted one time in eithoi Bally or Semi-Weekly Ioi leas than 25c- E^""A11 .Locals ordered Inserted "until forbidden" will be charged foi u n t i l oruer- ed discontinued. Special rates on local and disp'aj atUer- tisements made on application. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, ·'or.Suprcme J udge, .TAMES B. GANTT, * Ot Henry Comity. Vr » Supt. ot Public Schools, .L. E. WOLFE, Of Randolph County. For Railroad Commissioner, H. W. niOKMAN, u Of Stoddard Councy. JTor coii^rese, csecona District, CHARI,KS H. MANSUR, of Livingston county. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representative-JAMES F. ANDERSON." ' For Sheriff-- EDWABD L. TAY-LOli Fur Recorder--I SOLOMON J HOGE. Foi Circuit Clerk-JOHN A RYAN. For Coancy Clerk-HENRY COWGILL. For Treasurer-- MOISTILLIOX H. bMITH For Prooeeutiujf Attorney-BALDWIN'S. GILL. For Probate Judge-- C'AREY A. PEERIN. For Public Administrator-AMOS BARGDOLL. ' Foi Presiding Justice County Court-- P3ENTICE WAITE, For Judge--Ea^tem Ins t u f t -JULIUS F. HOWARD. For Judge--Western District -WILLIAM F SPEAKS. or Coroner-WILLIAM A HENDERSON DEMOCEATIC SPEAKING- Blackburn school house, Jackson township, Tuesday, Oct. 28tl,. Horseman school house, Jackson township, Wednesday, Oct 2Sth. Butcher school house, Satnpset township, Thursday, October 30. Brown's school house, Sampso! township, Friday, October 31th Utica, Saturday, November 1st. James L. Davis and other sjood speakers will be present to address vou. All the democratic' candidates will be at thtse mretiugs and want to meet the people. The above meetings will be at 7 o'clock p. m, By order Dem. Co., Cen , Com. PEOPOSED AMENDMENT- To the Constitution of Missouri- To toe ttubiultlcfl to me Qualilicfl V otcrs ·I tbe (icneral Xlclioii to be held 1" ou Xoiemler J, 1SOO. be "ubmittsd to the qualibed of said state, to wit: SECTION 1. The supreme court shall consist of seven judges, crd after the first Monday in January, 1891, shall be divided in two divis- ons, as follows: One division to consist of four judges of the court and to be known as division nutrber one, the other to consist of the remaining judges and to be known as division number two The division shall sit separately for the hearing end disposition of causes and maters pertaining thereto, and shall have coccurient jurisdiction of a! matters and causes in the supreme comt, except that division number two shall have exclusive cognizance of all criminal cases pending in said court: Provided, that a cause therein may be transferred to the court as piovided in section four of this amendent. The diviscn of business of which said clivbions have concur- lent jurisdiction shall be made as the supreme court may determine. A ·najt-iitv of the judges of a division shall constitute a quorum thereof, and all orders, judgments and decrees of either division, as to causes and matters pending before it, shall have the force and effect of those of he court. SEC. 2. Upon the adoption of this amendment, the governor shall ap point two additional judges of the supreme court, who shall hold then- offices until the first Monday in January, 1893. and at the general election in the year 1892 their successors shall be elected, who shall hold their offices for the term of ten years, as other judges of the supreme court The two judges appointed by the governor, logethei with the judge elected at the general election in the year 1890, shall constitute division number two, and the remaining judges shall constitute division num. ber one. The court shall elect its chief justice and each division a presiding judge thereof. SEC. 3. The supreme court shall assign to each division the causes and matters to be heard by it, of which assignment due public notice shall be given, and all laws relating to piactice in the supreme court, as well as the rules of the supreme court, shall apply to each division so far as they may be applicable thereto. The opinion of each division shall be in writing, and shall be filed in the causes in winch they shall be respectively made during the term at ivhich the cause is. submitted, and such opinions shall be apart of the recoids of the supreme court. Each division shall have authority to issue the original writs and exercise the powers enumerated in section three of article six of the constitution. SEC 4. When tho judges of a division aie equally divided in opinion in a cause or where a judge of a division dissents f i o m the opinion therein, 01 where a federal question is involved the cause, oa application ot the los ing party, shall be transferred to the court for its decision; or where a division in which a cause is pending shall so order, the cau^e shall be u^usierrccl to the comt for its deci sion SEC. 5 Whenever in the opinion of the supieme court the state of its docket with reference to the spoody disposition of the business of the court will justify dispensing with the provisions hereinbefore provided, the court shall dispense therewith, anc the cotirt shall th"-^ .Her hear and determine all c~u*es pending in it: Provided, however, that the court shall have the power to again divide itself into two divisions, in like manner and with like power and effect as hereinbefore provided, whenever in the opinion of six judges thereof, entered of record, the condition o( its doctet with referenence to the speedy disposition of the business of the court shall so require ; and in such division the four remaining judges oldest in commission shall constitute division number one, and tho remaining judges division number two. SEC. 7. All provisions of the constitution of the state, and all laws thereof not consistent with this Congressman Mansur- Hon. Charles H. Maosur, our rep resentative in congress, will speak the Itenriett opera house in this cit on Tuesday eve-ning, October 2f The fiiends of Mr Mansur in thi city .-.re making preparations to giv him a big reception next Tueada evening. The announcement that h will speak here is being well advertis ed over the county and no donbt th opera bouse vfii! fce packed. Mi Mansur is b,»ing warmly received b the people over the entire second con gressional district. He is stronger i the estimation on the whole people o his district, regardless of party, tha he ever was. His constituency ar proud of his record in congress, am as a recognition of his worth ani merit, they will v"to next month t return him. --BrookQeld Argus. The Mule and the Man- Concurrent resolatious suomiUing to the qualified voters of Missouri an amendment to the Constitution thereof; concerning the judicial department. Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein: That at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next following the first Monday in Novembti, A D. 1890, the following a m e n d m e n t to the constitution of Missouri, COD. corning the judicial department, shall, amendment, shall upon its. adoption be forever rescinded and of no efiect Attest: A true copy. [SEAL.] A. A. LESUEUK. Oct2w4t. Sec'y of State. KcKinley's High" TarifflDid It. Dry Goods Go Up. Mr. W lihams, head of the woolen dres'3 goods department of Barr's at St. Louis, on Tuesday said: "There has been ft general advance on wooN len dress goods, and a still greater one u, imminent. The dry goods markotis in a very unsettled state, and j o u cannot pat a price on any line of goods with the assurance that it wih hold good for more than 24 houis. Importers and manufacturers are calling their men off the road as fast as they can, and evidently intend readjusting their price lists upon s basis of higher figures. I have been shown a half dozen telegrams by travellers to-day containing orders to Flop selling goods and come home, as the propiietors would not fill any more orders at old prices." From tfae St. Louis Republic, The mule is stronger than the man Though the mule is much etronge than the man, the man manages th mule for his own purpose. He puts i bridle on him, and a saddle, anr rides on his back. He puts harness made of leather, on the mule, and b; speaking to him and giving him plen ty of licks, induces him to walk am pull a wagon, while the man gets in to the wagon and rides. The mul does much hard work, but all th money gained by the mule's work thi man appropriates to himself. Thi mule lives roughly, is fed in a trcugl and sleeps on tha ground or a little straw. The man eats at a table anc Bleeps in a warm bed. The mule a useful animal to the man. The farmer is stronger than the manufacturer. Though tlie farmer i; much stronger than the manufacturer the manufacturer manages him fo his own purposes. He puts a bridle called loyalty to party, in his mouth and a saddle on his back and rides him where he wills. He puts harness made of tariff on the f aimer, and b; making speeches to him and giving him plenty of taffy induces him to walk and draw a fine carriage callec protection, while the manufacturer gets in the carriage and rides at his ease. The farmer does much hare work, but ail the money gained by the farmer's work the manufacturer appropriates to himself. The farm» er has become poor and Jives roughly on a mortgaged farmjhe eats plain food from delf and tin-plate anc rejoices to pay a high duty on them. The manufacturer has become wealthy and eats from fine china and silver-plate and sleeps on a downy bed. The farmer is veiy useful to the manufacturer. Moral: Those who do not use their brains for themselves must use use their muscles for someone else. Tho week's programme theatrically opened with a decided and most enjoyable novelty in the Swedish dialect character of "Ole Olson." Theie is a good plot to the play while the specialties kept the audienus in pretty much of a continual roar. The title was suggestive of n new type of merriment, and the audience was not disappointed. Olson came on the stage the typical Swede emigrant, and announced that he had ''bane en dees kontry wan yare,femt mont and sex vake." Mr. Heege is an Ameri can, but a clever impersonator and has evidently given the character he proposes to establish a prolonged and effectual study. His make-up of a Swede and imitation ot the dialect are good, and the same may be said to the manneiisms assumed.--Des Moines Register. At opera house here Wednesday night October 29th. SENATOR OOOKEELL. In Chillioothe October 31, at O'clock In The Afternoon- The Democratic State Committee gives notice that Hon. F. M. Cockrelj will speak in Chiilicothe on Friday, October 31, at 2 p. m. Let there be a big turn out to hear Missouris' senior Senator. We heartily endorse and approve of tlie doctrine of protection to American industries as embodied In tne McKlnley ill --lawngston County Republican's "There in not a line in the McKiney bill that will open a market to another bushel of western wheat or to another barrel of western pork "-James G. Elaine. ·'We condemn the present system of tariff taxation as unjust, inequiU able and iniquitious."--Democratic Platform. dwtf A CAB1). Tne undersigned having purchased the saloon known as the "Bed Front" adjoining the Union Hotel on South ^iDCUBt stieet, beg to state that we .·ill hereafter be fully prepared to urnish In any quantities pure liquors \ i n e a , beei, cigars, etc , to the y u b - ic Eveiything neat and orderly t 3ive us a call. Kespeettully. d-wmarl4tf B A, COX. By the time the census of New York is filially completed the citj will have had time to grow a cotiple of hundred thousand '1 am one of that cla«s from \vfaom when 3*011 drop a dinner into their slot yon get a speech," euid John S Wise, of Virginia, at the banquet to Judge Roger A. Pryor Signer Crispi says cf the aiiniimcnts of Europe that are assuming hugei and huger piopoitions constantly, "These armaments will end bj ruining Europe for the benefit of America ' Ifc is to be legietted excecdiiigl}, if as has been cabled to America, Italy will not be lepiesentod at the Woild's tair at Chicago The committee of Italian citizens at Rome who had the matter in hand icported that they tound %ery few manufactureis willme; to send goods to Chicago The tiade inducements weie not sufficient under onr existing tariff law. Railway engine building has been biought to so me' 1 a point 111 Great Britain that tl^ei e -i o oil the London and North western i jihoad 2,000 engines that will take the saxneboilei. A change of eighteen bolts will transfer a boilei from one engine to auothei "What "will astonish Ainei icons still more is the assertion of the chief eiigmeci of this load that he behoves he coiild run an engine around tho world \v ithont losing a pin or getting a hot box That engineer ought to como to Amenca and iiy his hand ou some of the liains that convey excursion parties from the west to Niagara Falls The fuiieuil of Mrs. Booth, called tho Mothei of the Salvation Aimy, attended js it was by SO,000 people mo\ ing as one man to the least sign given by their commander, shows the icmaikable discipline attained by the followeis of that aimy. The Salvation Aimy is assuming the proportions of one of tho old ciu- sades. In its way it is almost as lemaik- ablo as they were. Extending aiound the world from India to western Ainenc-fi, as its ranks do, it begins to liai e an influence that none dreamed it could \vield It seems to ha\o money and powei at its call. It does not 3~et command respect, but it commands attention Justice MiUcr The death of Justice Miller will iccall to those who witnessed it one leinaik- able scene. It was the installation of Chief Justice Fuller at the beginning of the October term of the United States supreme court in. 18SS Justice Samuel F Miller was the senior justice of tho couit As such it was his duty to welcome tho new chief justice and extend to him his hand Miller stood beside duel Justice Fuller as the judges took then respective places. Mr. Fuller was small, delicate and slight as a woman, making -nith his snow white hail and long, flowing white mustache a stuking appeal ance Jnbtice Miller was over six feet in height and massive flamed m piopoi- tion, like the big Keiituckian lie was He toweled abo\e M. Tallci like a giant, the pioporlion*, ot each appealing moie pionounced by the contiast Justice Millei was icgaided by many lawyers in both political pailies as the ablest expounder of coiibtitutioiial 1 iw in his time His mind w t .s adiniiably itted to his magnificent physique For bwenty-eight ycais lie has endared the cramped quaiteis and bad moial and physical air of the United States corit room at Washington Vvilhout v\ciketi- .ng In 1S8C he v as old enough to i e ;ire under the law permitting chief justices to resign at tie age of 70, with lonors and then frl] salines continued ;he lest of their In cs Cat Jus'.ico Millei showed not a trace ol eit'ici ph} si^al 01 mental weakening a.t the t c,u ot 70, and so continued on at hi, duties, djing. as all woikeis wibh to die, in h naess GOV. FRANCIS HERE O(JT 30, 1890. Gov. Fianeis will sieuk licie Thursday, Got 30, '90, at 2 o'clocl, p. m. Let there be a hie: t u r n o u t to heir our popular goveinor. ipple, You can Always get Something to Read at North Side Square. A Complete Line of School Books, Ne« and Second-hand, Always m stock. Also Crayons, Erasers, Liquid Slating, c. Teachers' Registers, District Records, e. A large line of miscellaneous boobs--including nil tho Poets in the latest styic--iusl 10- ceived. "We make a specialty of Stationery and never peimit pool goods to be sold to any one. One price to all. Octl4 dw tf * OPERA - HOUSE CHILLICOTHE, MO, Wednesday, Oct. 29tb. t One Night Only! And the Band Played Olc Olson." J H Slu nk a l.uost and NOVELTY in COMEDY The f u s t Anieuean. Comedy evci pimlucco \ itii a S^vPdisli dJaleot charactu »- the ccutial figure Our Stote is the place to bu perfect f tling 1 1 ?*J 1 ©r# i When a garment is taken from our place and one from some other house there is something about the price or fit that causes the customer to buy our garment. per- A Notable Banquet, ibignihcaiit above a moie oidiruuy g e\ ent was the dinnei gi% eri to Joger A. Pi y or by John Russell Yotuig on the occasion ot Frj 01 s appointment o a. nuclgcsliip in Nc^s Yoik It \vas a ablc banqtict because theie, in ;he city whero lie \\ t «s now honored, 5 r} or had once been a pusonei ot war, leld for being a Coululeiate general tfid fighting against hit country Valant old Geii. Sherman, indeed, isted at thib \eiy bartjuet i a c ?ryoi to his teeth a ' tebcl," thus stigmatizing also the otheis who thought us way thnty jeais ago, though by :mnmnn consent the word hos been Lropped fiom poll to society Ivloi cover, Pryor, "Johiiuj" Wibe, and otheis took he general's calling them names \eiy jood natuiedlj. Most striking, howev 03 , was the gi eat variety of thinkers avl doeis whom the dinner brought together Hardly m a entuiy are men so diiiCiiiig fiom one another brought haimomously together indeed brought togethei at all The New Yoik Woild speaks ot the gathering as follows There w e j p only thjiry Ligilt men s Lthcj ed bout the bo^-ul, and jet thcj lepiesented tho Most eminent in ncaily c^er ^ilk of Ameucan fe, but the gathering ^^s most remaikablo in ae contiast vluch %\as suggested by tho past ves of those u ho v, ei e brought into social con tact Chamicsy jM Dcpe\\, not only exchanging mclmage with Kemy Geoige, but in u irmly Jowm^ teims presenting Grover Cleveland and olin S Wise, of Virginia, 'nho, ^ hen still m his eens, caini'd the last dispatch fiom JeffersoD )a\is to Eobeit E Lee, Introducing to a dis- n^uished body of men Gen. W. T Sherman, the eneial o£ tho United States army, who was resent to do honor to one of tho fiercest spirits C the Confederate army-- tnese situations alone ild be sufficient to make ftny dinner memor- ble ATTENTION! The Second Hand Store, old ohnston Tobacco .Factory, on outh Locust street, is the place to uy or sell all Second Hand goods, f you want to buy or sell anything ive us a call Satisfaction guar- nteed. MENDBNHALL CO. Aprl 10 d A w t t Children Cr/for OLE O L S O N - U K ? V "£AH OVER, Unclci the IvI in itrpmtnt oi Funny From Fust to Fi New Ideas, Songs, Fun. and Dances I'o,ml.u Pucca--^ jc, "Jc and "jOe A lc\\ choice seals tit 75e Sille at fee tN ojici Tlnii^tlaj nicTht SZ-IFER Licensed - Auctioneers. Y\ i l l have m o n t h l y sales at Baxtei Fulloi ton's Livery Stible. the H i s t S a t u r d a y in each m o n t h If you li.u e borse or cow, or fifty 01 t h e m , briDjr t h e m . We w i l l Jo the advertising We viill )mv. stock men from all p a r t s of the c o u u t j . oct27dwGrn Yuctioiij aiifi Coinmissiuii, Real Estate Personal Property, Goods, Wares and Merchandise Mat Pule orPriyate Business Uoom--2d Stairs.15 J i o i l h oi Postofflce. G. UAK1££1£, Lirenspd Auctioneer OK. W. A. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Eenge's XJrue Store, Noith West Corner of tlie Square Residence-- 6O7 Walnut Street, on the ame block and j u s t west ot County House, A H calls, dav 01 wight, promptly attended DRS. BARNEY BARNEY, Physicians and Surgeons, cc liaiucy baiJtUnf,. N. "W. coinoi public* squai c RcbidencG, 411 F Jackson fat OflJce telephone. No. a, residence telcpbo"O No i Will pi act ice in the Ciii anil n l i j Calls altended da\ and ruslit. Slj C. D. HURXTH-AL, Atetractor, Conveyancer Mary Pnlic ABSTRACTS OF XITJLK complete to Uit o r a l l f a i m a n d city propeity In Livings on county. MONEY 1O 3LOAST at the lowebL rates Office, second door west of Ho^e A. race'b, Cliilllootlie, Mo. W. F. McGEE, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public, OHTJLA, - MISSOURI ^oHecnons raado and piomplly icmlUcd, Conveyancing a specialty. CHAS A. LOO11IS E J BKOADDTJ8 BROADDUS Attorneys e Counselors AT LAW. "Will practice m all tlie couits, state and tederal Ofhceover Citi/ens'Nationr-l Baiitt, Chilhcotlie, Io -I AMES J. HO T - " 'S Attorneyat-Law and Notary Public. CollecUonB made and promptly rLinttea Office--Mansur's old office, rear CliiUleoth' Savinas Association, Chiilicothe. Mo We want your trade and \vant it bad but it it is necessary to offer you some of the trash that is being- sold in Chillicothe to get your trade, we will never be able to sell you. One of the beauties oi this fall's purchase is that we can offer you uits? At prices other houses arc asking for job lots. Come in and see us. Very Respectfully, ipple The one-price QjotMers and Furnishers Was anoltier busy one at the Crowds of Gustomers every da) ! Our trade is increasing all the time. Good Goods, Low Prices., Fair and Honest Tieatment, bring People to the STORE! We clout ha\ e to "net and smoke 1 ' our goods to make them go. Goods ! Comino in almost every clav at the verv O * · * ^F I Lowest T^^^ * Prices. Goods are no higher at our store en account of the new Tariff Bill. 4O® Pieces Best Quality PURE SILK Ribbons, m fios. 5, 7, 9 and 12. Black and CoSors at about Half Price. 25 O©z, Mens' Fine JTILAUMDRIED SHIRTS, good linen bosom, lirsen cuff barcds and weBS iTiade. orsiiy 5O Cits. The Best Shsrt for the horsey in the State. Nov. I st, We place ©n Sale 3O Doz. Mens' Fine ASi Wool Gray Undershirts and Drawers at only 75cts= Each peatly worth S1.25. Stevens, Conger

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