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- Tho ydr 1890 wo will carry ftn umtsualy largo stock-
Gold Pone, Chains,
Clocks, Sleovo Buttons,
Collar Buttons, Carving-
Bots, Tins, Kings,
Charms, Watches, Clocks,
Card Itccoivoru, Butter
Borry Spoons, Sugar
Bowls, Croamors, Opera
Knives, Forks, Spoons
Etc., Eta, Eto.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
AND LEADING BRANDS OF
202 East High Street, Jefferson City.
QUALITY AND (WEIGHT GUARANTEED
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases
8sSolc Agent for Royal Jaya Coffee,
THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
lBJoh.nL T. Craven's
THE PLACE FOR
T. M. BARKER.
TANNER & BARKER
WAGONS MB FMMJMPLEMENT3.
-0 0 3-
Hat Patent Return Flua Boiler; Wrought
Iron and Steel Wheelt, with the Springe Be
(ween the trlng ot the Hub; tf-lnch Steel
Tre: Cushioned rGear and all Latest Improve
wants. 8.'12 and 16H. P. Ask tit Catalogue,
Free. HTThreshera ol all sizes.
THE HUBEB M'F'O CO.,
Engines and Steam Machinery.
We handle only tlio very best material nt t,ho very lowest figures. Givo
us a call and wo will guarantee entire satisfaction In every particular. If
not convenient to call, address us a card.
TANNER & BARKER, Jefferson City, Mo.
-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
roBLisnEn EVEnv Thursday evenino.
F. G, FuLKEttsou, Business Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR,
s nvrpTiTn copnes tohb.
Entered at tha Fostoffict at Jrjjerton Ctty,
Mo., an second clan matter,
New Bcrlcs.Mnn. 7, 1890.
Thursday, May 15, 1800.
Mr. David Linscy of Marlon town
ship, wa9 In the city Tuesday.
Children's hats worth 75c and $1,
are being sold at M. Goldman's for
Take stock la the now Missouri oentral
building and loan association, capital
(200,000; subscription books- open nt
office ol S. W. Cox.
Send in your subscription at once for
year In advance.
Our 83 men's suit?, elegant new nat-
crns and durable. Tbey must be seen
to bo appreciated.
Send us your orders for lob printing If
you want neat and clean work at tow
ilirurcs. Call and sco samples and as
This RErunucAN. Ouly ono dollar per
Headquarters for G. A. R
Sons of Veterans, nt
The new front to tho Leopold
building Is another handsome ad
dltion to High street.
Now Is the time to subscribe for
The State Rki'uhlican, if not con
venient to call, hand your order to
S. Goldman will make cabinet size
photographs far the next 30 days for
81,50 a dozen.
If you want Ladies and Children's
hose, special bargains given at tho
A fine lunch served at Veith &
Miller's every Saturday night . tf
Postmasters arc authorized to re
ceive subscription for this paper.
Wo allow them the usual newspaper
Save up nil the rags you wish to
dispose of keep them together and
they will bp called fqr regularly each
week. Seo advertisement of the R.cd
Times arc hard, money Is scaroe; It Is
to our interest to economize. You cau
do It by buying of us. Wo can, and will
save you money.
'Squire Suiter bra placed a largo
sign, R. R. Salter, Justice of the
Peace on his office door in the city
A nicn line of Gents', Ladies' and
Children's, shoes have just been
opened at the R.ed Store, niid will bo
spd tt (ha lowest prices. tf
Mr, A. J. Davis had this ofllce
print a largo number of berry pickers'
tickets. Bert is one of tho most
learned and practical horticulturists
of the west,
Laces, ribbons, and a grand spec
ialty in men's, ladies', misses' and
children's shoes, in great variety, at
the Red Store, opposite the old Ten
We bave entered Into tbo fight for
Spring Trado early. We are bound to
win, If a largo stock, nefy patterns, good
material ami lowpilccs can' do It.
There were about 1,200 persons
who oame up on the excursion train
from St, Louis last Sunday.
Call on F. A. Dwight, 702 West
Main street and examine tho new
Monarch Avery Check Row Corn
Planter; SI, 000 premium offered for
an equal to this corn planter. tf
Mr. Peabody, 79 years old, living
two and one-half miles west of this
city, placed upon sale at Mr. C. W.
Thomas' store, the first home-grown
strawberries this season, and they
were large and luscious.
Special bargains in ladies', misses'
and children's hose, at the Red Store.
C .' Czarlinsky, .manager.
Tho Most Complcto Stock in Central Missouri of tho Best and Cheapest
Hardware, Tinware, Slovce, Cutjcry, Etc. Excluelvo agent for
&The Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak Stoves
-AND QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE.-
Door Frames, Window Franirs, Wiro Screcn.Weather' Strips, Spring
HIngca, Bird Cages, Waltr Coplcrs,.EtoMla Specially, Tin Roofing
, Spouting and Jobbing of Jili kinds given: prompt attention,
To 0ir Friends-
Executor's, administrator s, trus
tco's and guardian's have tho right
to name the paper in which publica
tions required by law be made, and
wo nsk our friends to remember tho
Republican when thoy have publica
tions to make
Tho members of- Hollcy's brass
band will givo a grand picnloat tho
fair grounds on Juno 5. Refresh
ments and amusement of every kind,
a gamo of base ball etc., to entertain
Remember tho Red Store if you
want good goods at low prices.
Wo havo just printed a lot of
tickets for berry pickers for Mr. A.
M. Swift. Mr. Swift has soma of tho
finest berries ratscd in this country,
and ha anticipates a largo crop this
Table cloths, towels, lace window
curtains sold at low figures nt tho
Red store .
Mr. W. A. Maddux called last
Saturday and ordered The State
Rei'uulican sent'-io" his daughter,
Mrs, Levi Daso,'' at Chicago. Mr.
Maddux is ono of our best and most
enterprising farmers, and we arc glad
to see him prospering.
Many articles are offered at regu
lar wholesale prices at the Red Store.
Call, compare goods and prices.
Miss Helen Dix, who lm been a
student nt tho Warrcnsburg college,
Is nt home for a vacation,
Go and soo a ''Heart of Stool"
Monday night. It's good.
Mr. W . B. Muir, who has been
agent at EJdan several years, is re
ported as having married Miss Lulu
M. Brown at Tipton on yesterday.
The graduating exercises of the
hiah school will take placo in Loh-
man's opera house Tuesday.
A special to tbo Tribune says tho
trial of Dr. Hatlcr will take place the
atter part of this week.
The regular May term, qf tho Cole
cjrciiil court will convene next Mon
day. In this Issue of The Republi
can wo publish the docket,
The Jefferson City Brick company
declared a 10 per cent, dividend at
the meeting Tuesday. Wo are glad
to noto tho prosperous condition of
It is reported that the: St Louis,
Kansas City and Colorado railway
will soon-lie put un.dor.-ccm tract from
Union. Franklin county, to Kansas
A Heart of Stool" will bo pro
duced by tho Reid Wostbrook com
pany nt Lohmnn's opera houso Mon
day ovening, May 10. Secure seats
Mr, H. C. McCullongh, who is
sponding this season with his family,
nt his fnther-in-laws, Mr. Floyd
"CrnndoIlT gavo us another pleasant
Mr. Pnco, tho now merchant and
postmaster nt Scotts is doing a very
good country trado. Ho.js a clovef
gentlomnn, and wo. would to glad to i
Beo him prosper.
For seven days, beginning at C a.
m. May S, and ending at G a. m.
May 12, there was mailed at the post
olllcein this city 13,55C pieces, weigh
ing l,5fit pounds and 5 ounces. The
postage on same amounted to 82-10.-
Rev. Hoog of St. Peters Catholic
church, of this citv, delivered a very
affecting farewell sermon on last Sun
day, t or the benefit of his health no
intended to start on an European
trip this week.
Mr. J. Grimshaw received notlco
Tuesday to sell single trip tickets
from hero to Chicago for $3 until
further notice. Tho railroads havo
given everybody a chanco to take
almost free rides during tho last two
Mr. Thcodoro E. Sehullz was elec
ted as councilman to fill the vacancy
in tho Second ward, Tuesday. Tho
vote cast was light, Mr. Schultz re
ceiving 77 yotes and his opponent,
Mr. G. T. Rogers, 50 votes. Mr.
Schultz will mako an excellent councilman,
Chambliss ; duct, Misses Annlo and
Orations ,lTho Power of Thought
with Salutatoiy," Penn Braco 'Scot
land," Fred Wells; "Office and
Oillce-Secking," Tom Davison ; "The
Progress of Freedom," Chns. Davis.
Essays "Tho Spirit of Liberty in
Ireland," with valedictory, Miss
Marianno Gauss; "Tho Advance
ment of Woman," Miss Helen
Church; "Rcformstof tho Nineteenth
Century," Miss Mary Corwin ; "Cu
riosity," Miss Jessie Dix ; "House
hold Duties for Women." Miss Amio
Gauss; "Progress Throueh Slow Do-
Tho railroad passenger wnr rato Brccg Misa Ida Grleshammer:
is still booming. Tickets nro being i.Tue influence of Rural Life," Miss
Sold from this citv to St. Louis at Atlllor finrrlnn . "Tim Tnflnpnrn. nf
City Life," Miss Alma Krauthoff;
51 and to Chicago from horo nt 93,
and from St. Louis to Kansas City
nt SI, Tho eastern nnd western
rates aro down in liko proportion.
Eor Solo : An A No. 1 family
horse, 7 years old this spring, about
10 hands high, heavy build, color
black, perfectly safo and gcntlo, nny
lady or child can drive or rido him.
For further particulars call nt tho
What Wc Do and What Wc
Wo ndvertiso what we layo to soli.
Wo always havo what wo ndvertiso.
Wo can and will givo yoii morn value
for your monoy than you can get
what we don't do.
Wo don't misroprosoni Wo don't
pull you in from tho stroot. Wo
don't hunt you up in tho saloons.
Wo don't buy our customers with
THIS 13 OUR OUIDE.
Our goods, at tho prices wo offer
them, will nil thomsolves.
. M. Goldman.
Notloe of Final Settlement'
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed administrator ot tbo estatp of
Magdalenn Stelnlngcr, deceasod, will
make llnal settlement of bis accounts
with said estate as such administrator at
tho next term of the probate court of
Colo county, Missouri, to be bnldcn at
tho Ultv of Jeffursno, li said county, on
tno 2(1 Jionuay oi niny,A. i., iwu,
J, X. Steinikokr.
STATE f hd CBUHfSF FAIR
AT WHIQH V
IT HAS BEEH EXHIBITED.
Ths Highest Possiblo Premium,
THE ONlfY GRRNl? PRIZE
FOR SEWING MACHINES,
WAS AWARDED TO
WHEELER & WILSOH MFG. CO.
AND THE i-
4GR0SS GF THE
LEQION OF HONOR,
WAS CONFERRED VfQH
From dispatches sent to St. Louis
nnd Kansas City pnpors it was sup
posed by somo who rond thoso ro
ports that our city had suffered great
loss of property by ono of tho so
vorest and most doslructivo cyclones.
Which, wo nro thankful to say, is
not tho caso. Equally, if not strong
er winds havo boon hero before.
Will Crittcrden Thornton's "Moni
tor" office was closed by attachment
last week by Mr. B. Lackamp, mer
chant at Elston, who Thornton had
been standing off for payment of
goods, mcney and bank endorse
ments. Mr. Lackamp docs not seem
to bo the only ono left behind with
Among tho ropublicnn journals of
tho state thoro nro npno that aro
doing mqyo offectlve work in uphold
ing ropublicnn principles nnd teem
ing with grander sentiments of loy
alty to tho causo thoy represent than
arc tho State Reijubucan of Jeffer
son City nnd tho Control Missouri
Ropublioan of Boonville. Let them
havo continued prosperity, increased
circulation and victory is tenfold
moro assured. California Herald.
Tho storm thftt passed over this
city Monday nftornoon did consid
erable daraaco, Tho roof of tho old
part of tho north wing of tho cap
ital was blown off and tho glass in
tho dozno shattered, nnd tho rain
that flooded tho houso and other
apartments did a great deal of dam
Tho Cnthollo church was damaged
considerably by tho roar chimneys
blowintr over, coinir through tho
Tho roof of tho hospital building
at tho penitcntiory was blown off.
Tho dormitory roof at Lincoln in
stitute was partly blown off.
Mrs. Robinson's building on High
street was damagod to tho extent of
two or thrco hundred dollars.
Tho roof of Mrs. Wm. Vogdt's
now rcsidonco was blown entirely
off. No othor damage of any con
soquoncc, oxcopt several chimneys
wero blown down and houses flood
ed by tho rain, being blown in
through doors and windows by tho
Mr. Hall, the farmers' alliance
speaker, recently concluded a public
talk as follows; "I have no use for
tho demagogue who goes around over
J tho country advocating tho theory
I that the thieves are all in town and
the honest men all in the country.
The retail merchants are not your
enemies. Where there ia competition
among country retail merchants you
will find no, trusts or combines to
take advantage of you. Everywhere
have been I have found a spirit of
competition existing among retail
merchants, cutting down prices and
underbidding each other through tho
columns of the newspapers or printed
hand-bills, all bidding for your trade,
In 74 counties I havo traveled Qvcr,
I have failed to find a combine
among retail merchants. If wo drive
every store out of town but tho ono
wo patroulze, wo will havo built up a
trust. -If wo organize over tho coun
try against men who have not organ
ized against us, wo will bo a trust
breeding instead of a trust-breaking
organization. Let us not mako enc
triies of men who aro engaged In a
legltimato business, but keep after
the trust and unite for the welfare of
our common country."
Public School Items-
The graduating exercises of tho
high school will bo hold at Lohman's
opera houso May 20. Tho program
Includes tho following exercises:
Instrumental music, pianq
is qutto soft. Season it with salt and
pepper, chervil, parsley or any other
herb minced llncly. Havo yolks of
eggs iu tho lurccn, grato in a very
little nutmeg and pour in tho boiling
soup. Boston Post. ,
"Wanted," Miss Mnudo McIIenry ;
"Small Courtcsjcs," Miss Ada Ross.
Tho public schools close for tho
year this week. The exercises of the
last day will not bo so elaborate as
they wero in former yenrs, but tbey
will bo found very Interesting for
patrons of the school. Tho rooms will
close In tne following order : Thurs
day Forenoon, Kos. 1, 2 and 3;
afternoon, Nos. 1 and 5. Friday
Forenoon, Nos. C, 7 and 8; after
noon, high school.
The closing exercises of the high
school will be given under tho aus
pices of tbo Longfellow Literary So
ciety. The three departments of tho
colored school will close on Thursday
The oral examinations in nil grades
will be completed this week. The re
ports of the pupils will be sent home
to their parents, and if they aro
signed and returned tho promotion
tickets will be given to tho pupils,
provided their averages warrant it.
Pupils in tho lower grades are pro
moted on making an average of 75 or
over. Those who miss the final ex
aminations will not bo given promo
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD-
Whole cloves arc now used to ex
terminate the merciless and indus
trious moth. It is said that they are
moro effectual as a destroying agent
than cither tobacco, camphor or
The ordinary marker makes too
deep a furrow for corn, cepecially
when tho planting is early and the
ground cold. If a cold rain comes on
after planting this corn, put so far
below the surface, will rot, or at
best, make only a sickly growth.
Cows that arc watered from stag
nant ponds or from wells in the barn
yard will give milk moro or less
tainted, and from which it is impos
sible to "mako the best butter. So
large a part of milk is witer that the
drink of the cow is of quite as much
importance as her food. Exchange.
If Iawn3 aro shaved often dande
lions do little damage, as they cannot
nroduco seeds. To most people a
moderate sprinkling of bright, yel
low dandelions, nestled close in the
green, fresh grass is not repulsive,
especially if ono banishes the com
mon notion that all weeds arc home
lp. Prairie Farmer.
A high authority in cooking re
commends that, when baking a cus
tard, yon should set tho basin or pud
ding dish containing it into another
dish filled with hot water; this keeps
the temperature more even, and the
danger of scorching is entirely done
away with. A more delicate flavor is
insured atso. N, Y. Post.
Hasty Pudding: Boil a quart of
milk with four bay leaves ; beat up
the yolks of two eggs and a little
salt; stir in the milk; tbon take out
tho bay leaves, and with n wooden
spoon In one hand, with tne otuer
sprinkle in flour, stirring rapidly un-
tlll it is ot a good thickness ; pour
into a dish and serve with snuco.
Mr. Joseph Gllber departed for Chi
cago last Friday.
Mr. Stroblo moved his saw mill on
M. Hlnches farm last week.
Rlclia-d Eggcrs Is having a new rcsl.
Mr. II. Hackney, tho agent for fruit
trees, canvassed through here last week.
Mr. Thcodoro Miller and E. Deltz
went to town Sunday to meet friends
that came up on tbo excursion.
Mrs. Gordon of Ycrnqn county, Is
visiting relatives here at present.
Misses Lena Duffucr and C lara Dlstlcr
went to Jeff City list Saturday.
Mr. S. Moouyham, who lives near tho
Morcau, boarded the train for ElUon last
Tho tlo train on tho branch road
wrecked one day last week near tho
bridgo. Several pars were thrown off
Miss Arvlllo Ogdcn returned to her
home near Scotts Monday.
Capt. Johnson Glenn and Prof. R. O.
Bond took a skiff ride Sunday and found
themselves In Jefferson City before they
Mr. Church, tho Standard Shoe drum
mer of Jefferson City, was In town Sun
day shaking bands with friends.
Judge T. A. Greenup of Ccntretown,
was visiting bis mother-in-law, Mrs.
liausbauseu,of this place, Sunday.
Capt. Ed Stuart ot the ferry boat of
this placo, and Ed Llndsy went to Jeff
erson City Monday on business.
Sirs. Nathaniel Tagart of Boone coun
ty, was visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C.
Tagart of this placo this week. They
went to California, Moniteau county, to
havo their teeth extracted Thursday.
Mr. Fred Itlthcl went to Jefferson
City Friday on business.
Mr. Nagcy of Osago City, went homo
Saturday to visit bis family. Mr. Nagcy
is the foreman of Capt. Glenn'6 bargo
that he Is bulldint; at this place. It Is a
good one. Mr. Nagcy will return on tho
steamer Helena Monday. Capt. thinks
that he will be ready to put it in tho
water In about three weeks.
.a , . ? J . ;
The President of tha Cowpiny,
Jefferson City t. ,
From present Indications it looks as
though the rnpubllcau party are about
to mako good their pledges to tho sol
diers, granting liberal pension legisla
tion, notwithstanding the democratic
congressional opposition from poor old
Missouri Gimblet Hole Bland, vflio Is
squeaking for more money circulation ;
even voted no pension. We hopo tho
soldiers of his district will note this fact
for future action. The soldiers of tho
Eleventh district can make it hot for Mr..
Bland In the coming election it they
choose to do so.
We understand that the printing- ontflC
which run the wheel paper, called tho
Monitor, has changed bauds and is In
charge of our merchant, Mr. B. Lakamp.
We did not learn whether Mr. L. Is
going to Issue tbo paper or not. Wo
suipcct that he intends to run his own
Rev. C. W. MeBildo of Marshall,
came down Sunday to fill bis appoint
ment to preach the funeral sermon ot
Mrs. Susan Workman, who died soma
time ago. Bro. McBride was pas
tor of this church for several years, ana
there was a large attendance to hear
him. Ho left Sunday evening for home.
Judge Elston returned homo Saturday
from a term of tho county court held
last week In tho capital city.
Mr. Klusey Wilhlte, David Fresbonr,
John Barker aud Newton McKinncy ot
Ccntretown, all attended church In El
Mr. John Wedlock received a fine lot
of Nebraska potatoes last week from his
brother. John proposes to plant them
In Cole county soil.
Dr. J. A. Elston is still attending
Uncle' Abe Murray, who had his arm
broken a few weeks ac;o,wbo Is still con-
lined to his room, although slowly im
DW. .A.. T
C, W. WALLENDORF, Manager.
Fire, Tornado, Cyclone,
Tho following Rcllablo Companies
Liverpool, London, Gloho, People's,
Oakland Home, Traders',
Phenix, Phonix, Springfield,
United X'ircmcn's, Western Home,
JSr-Ofllco over Thomas' Btore4
Corner High & Madison Sts
Hulled Corn Soup: A breakfast
S010, I , nnn wl. wn nillif en nf hnttrr.
Mrs. R. T. Booth i duet, Misses Helen stir till tho latter ia melted.. Add
aMyra Church , vocal solo W. J wajec ftftd, sUwer, U untU the grain
Mr. Herman Necf, ono of tho old
est and most reliable tinners of this .
city will offer to the citizens of tho
city nnd surrounding country, for
their own protection, one of the finest
lightning rods placed upon tho mark
et. Below sco some ot his patron
The galvanized Star Electric Steel
Franklin lightning rod erected by
Mr. Herman Necf of this city somo
years ago, on my houso has proven
to my entiro satisfaction in quality
and price. Tho rod is now like when
A.JM, Beckers, lumber merchant.
F. II. Rcphlo, merchant.
J. B. Bruns, merchant.
Wm. W. Wagner, proprietor Mon
E. L. Edwards, distrtot Judge.
J. Straus, manufacturer
Mrs. S. Krauthoff.
Henry Bockrath, merchant.
John G. Schott.
S. W. Cox.
Victor Zubcr, proprietor marbta
r"; alii, .V,v.f,.Vh4