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Tho year 1890 wo will carry nn uuusuuly largo stock
Gold Pons, Chains,
Clocks, Slcovo Buttons,
Collnr Buttons, Carving-
Set, Pins, Rings,
Charms, Watches, Clocks,
Card Receivers, Butlcr
Bcn'y Spoons, Sugnr.
Bowls, Creainors, Opern
Knives, Forks, Spoons
Etc., Etc., Etc.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
Single Strap Track
The feather, Workmanship and 1'iolih aro ol
the virv cist.
SATE MONEY BY BUYINC! DIRECT.
Wc can sell you
Harness at from 86.00 up.
ROffU Carts from S9.D0,up.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE. t
AOME MAHDFAOTUEINO 00.
; INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
PACIKIOiRAILKOAD TIME TABLE.
Xo l,Day Express... Arrives 1 :X p.m.
Xo. 3, Through Express. Arrives 12:
28 n. m. Leaves 12:23 n.m.
Xo. 5, Loral Passenger. Arrives 12:;S0
p.m. Lcnvcs 12:-)" p.m.
No. 0, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 n.m.
Leaves 2 :1U a. in.
Freight, carries passengers. Lenveb9:23
Xo. 2,Pny Express.... Arrives 2:10 p.m.
Leaves 2:5.' p.m.
Xo. 4, Through Express. Arrives 2:10
a. in. Leaves 2:!0 a. m.
Xo. 0, Local Passenger. Arilvcs 1 :2U
Leaves 1 :10 p. m.
Freight, carilca passengers.' Leaves 4:10
Local passenger trains 3 and C inn be
tween St. Limls anil Kansas Cliy. Three
Mictions of night train east. Texas ex-
press, Xo. 0, has through ehalr car via.
Lexington branch. Free leellulng chair
ears on nil through trains.
Trains L'avo .leffeisou City at O'.tiOa.
m., arriving at Aurora 0:'M :i. in.
Returning, will leave A1111...1 at 11. -SO
p. 111., nrr.viug nt Jefferson City at 2::!0
p. 111. .Ioiin.I. Ciiuiicii. A;;t.
N PalatjDIninn CafaVj
Ftas3 flfcllaiag CbstrCarr
MMM 9rUM 7 I I fcf?Xx
riumi nommmv, 1 1 7tJvJ;?
id host cn; :t L' J-AkA
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CHICAGO & ALTOXHA'LROAD,
On, "ilhtw leaves Jefferson vliy, 7 :!!0
o. m. c'ycry ilay except Suudiy, eon.
ncctln" ''tu "l0 ,nlm leaving Ccdnr
City a'tSn. in.- "d "bleb make prmupt
connection at .Mexico with all trains
going cast, west o" north.
Jonathan GttiNSii.; V.TIckct Agent
TO Ar POINTS IX
TEXAS, MEXICO &
Through Trains Carry
.Jefferson City & Sedalia
iTiKO. A. Er.uv, )
il. C. Cuoss, J Receivers.
J.J.VKFA", J. WALDO.
u'u. sunt, lien TraMo .Mgr.
CScn'l l'MJcnytr & Ticket .gcut,
- r .
C M. EDWARDS,
Treparcd to do nil Muds ol
at tlio lowest possible price, JVclls
and Clstcrm plastered. All wmlc giiar-
nntccd to give oiitlrH sallffactloii .
tsB.. 212 Ilrbud way Jeffewou City, Mo .
nflTDfliT nuna quip
fflllALK TI113 COT nt hilllnsr
ere, innctiliUi'ls uulliUrn. rnntrue cs
n.,.1 .itiii.rd. A.imit ii.it iftiii lliti rrtut-
est lunirovcuH'Tils rrer inrJa Hi Uckle
Mocks. rrciKliH'rofil'. WfUofurcul
108UO. FUUTON IRON & ENGINE WKS.,"
Bitb.lS3J. 10 Brush St.( Detroit, Mich
s. w. eox
REM. ESTATE AGENCY,
OFFICE OVER EXCHANGE BANK.
The. following ltcnl Estalo for finlo.
. IMre. Polir.ip's r.cw Ihrec-Btory Inlck build
Ins.nvrlli fiilo or High.
House or O.'.M. arnii. on Miller, between
Monroj iiikI Ail.mii). Price, yl.i'iii.
IfetlriiiigV new fix-room .Ivvrlllns'. eitu.
nte.noitli hide of High, lietwcin I.al'nyetlc
mid Cberiy, 1'rlee, tfj.r.mi.
Lots Xos. ni'i, 11111, iii on fouth elde of
Diuiklln. Frlro, i'-'M each lot.
l'lvo lots, fronting f.portun iii park", on
iiOuty, r.l feet by ltlti led to 2D-fool alley.
Jlrs. Helena Tillman's brlrk linnb on
Iinudwny, between JI.1I11' and railroad,
Cliailes Jfcaeniiets' new brick reMciice
on High, between Lafnyctte and Cherrv.
Mr. N'lglo'a throe-story brick dwelling 011
wcat bldo Madlnou, near DunUlli). Price,
Mr. Koger.i' two-story brick dwelling on
cut kldc Miulls.on,iiear i:im, l'rieu, ?l.aiW,
The old Itogers nianbm on Water, near
thu poik house, l'or ttrnis ciupilrev
The new twb-ftlory brick vesldcnce of K.
Flncl.ilron toulli tide of Met. arty, botwecn
Jcil'cri.011 and Wwdili'Elon. 1'ilce 2,m.
I'rank ll.Mlllcr'N ncw'bvlek lfrlclcneo 01)
somb side ot MeC'arty. between Jellonon
Ketldenee of (ien. .T. I.. Smith, two-story
brill;, line orchard, Ur.cynrd mid garden,
12 1-2 i.i'rc.x ground : ouc-half mile from city
The Tlchcnor residence on Main, pear
AVallcr's lots on Main, bctvrccn Monroo
mid Adams, for price enquire.
in-Iol Xoi. mil. ."nr. east-half. ."kkI ami 507
011 High, between Marshall mid l.afvctle:
also, lot Xo. rJS on MeL'art j1,
fc'ub-dhisioii?,", n. 7, f, II, II. ir. Id. 17 and
IB or Ill-hits .No, iisii, till, IITJ. liiKiil'i. M,
linn IngL'Wion l.af.n elte.bv i:w 1 1-2 deep:
also, sulMlhhloiH 1.2 :t, I, to, II, Unmi l.'I
of in-lots Ko. U-'tO. :.t, :i, '" and :',( ; lots
1, a, Jl and 1. fronting In rid on .McCarly by
Ilit-i Inches deep; lots In. II. 12 ami t:i,
Iraming 4u led on ilillcr by I'.wu Inches.
Out-lots 17,21 and 21. l'or Icruis cii'pilro
each tot coululiu o acres.
Samuel Hiiiriiiantcr firm, Callawa coun
ty ; 120 aero. t?:S2.30 per acto.
X. :'. Lackbart'a farm, Callaway county j
70 acres. fl" per acre.
Tlniius I'.irnicr's farm, Callaway county j
220 acres. SJ.'i per acre ,
H. W. Fanner's farm, Callaway comity ;
63 auvs. V-'J per acru.
It. W; I'arincr's fann, Callaway county j
172 acres. SIS per acre.
II. 11. Farmer's farm, Callaway county j
J2o acies. $H peruero.
W. K. Hanls' fann, Cnlh.vay county:
100 acres, f 27.30.
lfammen farm, two and cnc-half inilt i east
of .tetrcrsoii City; Ittu cim, luo nucs In
cillllvalloli : good buildings, oreliard find
fence; well ktipilld Pith water, l'ricc,
STATE AND C0UNTY FAIR
IT HAB BEEN EXHIBITED,
Tb.3 Hlguost PojsiWo Promiam,
THE ONLY e GRAND PRIZE
FOR SEWING MACHINES,
WAS AWARDED TO
WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO,
GR0SS 0F THE
LEQION OF HONOR,
WA3 CONFERRED UPON
The PresjsJf n) of, Jha Pompaiy.,
WILSON & MOOHK, AgenU,
Jeffcrtoa 9lty, Ig.
-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
rUDLtSHED EVEftY THURSDAY EVENINO.
P. G. Pulkejwon, liUHinoss Mtuingor.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR,
Entered at the Vostnjjlce at JrJ)erton City,
Ui., nn arrow? ctasn matter.
New BcrhV.'Jan. 7, 1SIW J
TLiu'sdny, July 24, 1SD0.
Wc arc milliorlcd to nniiotinco Daniel
Coffolt as ii candidate for representative
of C0U1 county, gubject to tho republi
can nominating convention.
Wo am niilhoilzcil to nnnoiinecl. N.
SleluliiKci', sr., as a candidate, for judjjo
ot thu prohato court of Colo county. sub
ject to tho decision of the republican
Scml in your orders for picnic anil
barbecuo hand bills.
A largo slock of now goods just
opened nt the Kcd Store.
Ladies' misses' and children's
lioso sold at half their value at the
The republican congressional nom
inating convention will meet in this
city on the 13lli of August. td
Children's lint3 worth 75c nnd 81,
nro being sold at M. Goldman's for
Send 111 your subscription at nnco'for
Tub IlRi'L'iii.iRAN. Only one dollar per
year In advance.
Our 80 men' suits, elegant, new pat
em? and durable. They must be seen
to be appreciated.
Send inyotti orders for job printing If
you want neat and clean woiKntlnw
ilurei'. Call and sic samples and 113
ccitain pi Ices.
Ilcailunailen for O. A. K. Pill's, al-o
Sons of Veteran?, at
A line lino of ladies' nnd misses'
hand and machine-sewed Summer
allocs '.it lliight's.
S. Goldman will make cabinet si.c
rhotrgraphs for the next 30 days for
81.00 a dozen.
Now is llio llmo to subscribe for
The State Hki'mimuan, if not cor.,
ventent to call, hand your order to
Wo have entered Into the ihht for
Spring Trndc early. Wc. arc hound to
win, if 11 large stnekvncwpattcrns, good
material aud low prices can do it.
Farmers and mccbaiiics, before
buying your shoes call nt Uright'a
and examine John Meir's celebrated
shoes. These nrc honest gootls, fully
warranted botli for quality and wear.
The ''Rival" tonguclcss adjustable
arch culliva'.nr, with diamond point?,
also, bay rakes, shovel plonv, dia
mond plow, mowers and reapers,
and binder twine for sale at the very
lowest figures by F. A. l)wijht.
There will be a reunion of the
Tenth .Missouri Cavalry held in the
court house in Jefferson City, Mo.,
on Saturday August if, next, at 2
o'clock p. m. All who cannot come
arc requested to write to the secre
tary, giving their company, age and
F. A. DtviGiiT, II. C. McCuu.on.iii,
Missouti papers please copy.
Postmasters are authorized to re
ceive subscription for this paper.
We nllow them the usual newspaper
Another Immense ttock of clothing has
been added to tho house of M, (inldmau.
It will surprise, you to seo suih stocks of
goods In tho ston.
There is no so-called 8: shoe on tho
market that surpasses in lilting and
Wearing qualities the one wo are of
fering for S2.75. Uvcry stiteli and
liber guaranteed, Church & Hro.
Ladies' black slippers only 7d els.
at the Red Store. S.'o them. Sold
elsewhere at 1.25 10, SI 50.
Our stock of Chlldicu's, Boys,
Youths' and Men's clothing Is larger
than ever before. Our stock of Ucnts'
fiinilihluggncdi and Hats and Caps is
Immense. Jlutlie new stock, the latest
dylcs and llm lowest prices. You will
do well to call ou us.
Straw huts for men, boys, girls
and children in great variety at
prices for below any ever offered In
this city, at the Rod Store.
Cliurth & Hro. arc offering an ele
gant gents' slioe. for S3 ; former price,
83.50. Try a pair of thctn. .
Times are haul, money U scarce; It Is
to our futcrcfct to economize. You can
do It by buying of us. Wc can, and will
iavo you money.
Nice full linen towels only 10 cents
at tho Red Store.
Call aud examine tho'stock of In
fant'a shoes nt lirlglil'u before buying
Call nnd sco the new goods at the
It is though t that I ion, John L.
Erwln of Cfdlaway county, will bo
placed uporitfio republican ticket
this fall and elected to congress from
lull district, to succeed Mr. Bland.
Send in ybur.jJoJj work to this of
Mr. II. C.,McCol!ouglt was in the
The Indian doctor' exhibitions nt
Sportsman's pttrkMraw well.
Jacob Rosl iwjll give a picnio on
bis farm near Taos on the .'lOtti.
Tho fcrryb6at 1 took out a pleasant
excursion crowd Tuesday evening.
Somo property owners are clearing
their 8idcwnlks"of Wass and weeds.
Tho dog census just taken shows
about SoO wortlilcs? tlogf in tills city,
Mr. John IL 'llrcnner of Osage
City, was in the' city Monday on
Mr. Chas. A. i'ollaek will occupy
Mrs. Kennedy's residence properly,
on Adams street,. '
Mr. F. A. Pivlglit' is selling a line
make of road carts for a reliable St .
St. Louis firm.
The national G. A. R. encampment
will take place at Uoston on the lOlh
to 10th of August next.
Mrs. C. M. Edwards of this city
returned homo Tuesday from an ex
tended visit with relatives In Iowa.
Mr. Samuel lJurnet wa3 in the city
yesterday making a delivery of his
wheat to the Dttlle Milling company.
Mr. L. V. Dix, one of Cole county's
most intelligent and enterprising
fanners, gave our olllce a pleasant
Mr. J. X. Steiningcr, sr., U put
ting in a number of claims under the
new act of congrcs3 for the soldier
The thirteenth annual meeting of
that barrel under the spout at the
end of tho house? Well, sir, that
baircl Is four feet deep, and I
dumped it ten limes last winter."
Read tho July sales of Mr. II. E.
Mr. R. Dallmcyor was in St. Louis
Monday on business,
Rev. Johnson will return to this
A barbecue will b3 given 3 miles
north of Cedar City 011 the 30th inst.
The Republicans of Miller county
will hold their county primaiics on
It is reported that tho horses about
Hannibal are suffering in great num
bers with the glanders!
Tho Missouri river" cotitinuc3 in
eol'V mnil linaltnn. afnrrn 'I'lm llannn
river Is reported low.
Mrs. Julia Groll and daughters,
Misses Mamie nnd Daisy, returned
To their home in St. Louis yesterday.
Mrs. J. M. Clark ha3 purchased
the beautiful residence property op
posite the governor's mansion from
Mr. L. C. Loltman for S2,u00.
Henry Voting, formerly a resident
of this city, brakemao. on a freight
train, is under arrest at Chamois for
an assault upon a strange man in the
railroad yard at Chamois.
Dr. J. X. Enloc has received his
appointment as one of lite board of
pension examiners in place of Dr.
Klston. Tho board now consists of
Drs. L. A. Thompson, J. L. Thorpe
nnd I. X, Enloc.
On the (Kb of August the demo
cratic c:ngrcs3ional nominating con
vention will be held in this city. Sen
ntor Vest and Congressman Roger .
Mills of Texas, will be here on that
day and deliver political speeches.
Sedalia's boom is still dying. Her
have had no experience in tho matter
Why didn't he say "If it was our
girl and our lap, yes ; if It was nn
other girl and our lap, yes ; but if it
was our girl and another fellow's
lap, never, never, novel '"
A republican mass meeting was
held at the county court house yes
terday at '.' p. ui. W. 11. Payne was
elected chairman and J. E-. Murphy
secretary. Tho object of the meeting
was to elect delegates to tho various
republican convention;, and the va
rious delegations selected will be
S'.ate Convention Dr. Porth and
Jacob Steinlngcr, Jefferson City j J,
J. Sommcr, Liberty township ; Eugene
Thompson, Mor.cau ; Adam Routs-
I znnrr. lUnrlnn . O. If. Turrit. Plnrl.-
Ol . . . . w . . , ... ..... w.U....
Congressional convention It. G
Hamilton, Jefferson township 5 Julius
Conratb, Jefferson City; A.J. Davis,
Jefferson township; Peter Vogel,
Clark ; Henry Kautscb, Morcau ; Zach
bteclcy, Marlon j Archlo Drake, Jcf
Senatorial Convention M. M,
Dougherty, Jefferson township ;
Henry Dulle, Jefferson ; Julius Cori
rath, Jefferson City : S. O. Tcnnv.
Jefferson City ; John llrondt, (Mage
township; Louis .Schirmcr, Liberty.
Probate Court Docket-
Afi.LiT TERM, 1 8!0.
Monday, llth of August.
, J E, estate; Eliza Belch,
the American liar Association will be , only cry for a boom h capital re
lield at Saratoga Springs, New York, moval, which, .of course, is a dead
;oose. Poor Sedalia, it has lost its
gnp on every effort to boom, and
on August 20, 21 and 22,
'Hl. (.,, n.., ll,,t., ll..l..i,n lB 1
.... , j mo vnlno of lliclr town properly con
Mason and Hugo ate making regular I . .
antt protiinutc itips 011 me .uissouri
river tins season.
The hulks of the Episcopal church 1
In this issue will bo found' tho nn
inuucemcnt of Mr. J. X. Stciningcr,
sr., for probate judge. lie is thai'.
ti-lll irt.rn n )wn nnrlt ol llm rnctilnnpo .
....... , j ... , ,,.,, i
-" ' m ee. in 15 one. nr 1 ic ne?t. un.i.
Mr. Anion Iruegging has an-
ness men of this country, and has, as
well, had considerable experience in
nottneed himself as a candidate for probate business .
proliato judge ou the democratic; , ..
. . 0 An entire county ticket 13 to be
l,c c elected this fall:" Representative,
Thp undersigned would like to do prosecuting attorney, circuit clerk,
plastering for a good milk cow. Woik county clerk, collector, sheriff, trea?;
warrantctt to give satisfaction and at urir, assessor, coroner, presiding
reasonable prices. C. M. Edwards, ' judge of county court and associate
Jefferson City, Mo. j Judges from tho llrst and second dis-
Mr. J. W. Schulle of the Dulle , tritt3
Milling company says nctv wheat is J p,., n( ij. ir0ekman of Pleasant
of an extra good grain, but the yield Mount, Miller county, was in the city
seems to bo averaging about a half yesterday. The doctor is a dealer in
erop. J general merchandise, and also enjoys
The Hoonvllle Advertiser says, the a 'i'10 practlco as physician and stir
iron for the track on lha river route ' gcon, which lie honestly merits, being
has men purchased,, and tho iron for ; a graduate of three ot the finest mcd
the track inside the city limits is on 'cal institutes,
the ground. fho republican congressional con-
As the political campaign U open- vention will be held in this city Aug.
ing every rcpub!icatvlii this and stir- 1". The senatorial convention at
rounding counties should subscribe j Uoonville on August 2. Township
for Titu State Rbpu'iimcan at once, meetings to send delegates to the
.... , , , , , county convention to nominate n
"My doctor has forbidden me to ; , 11.
tnl.'o iv nn lin enB I nnrrlit lint In "
sniouc cither. ' "llicn, if 1 were
you, I would change my doctor."
At the session of lite stale meeting
of the Good Templars here last week
.Mr. John W. Edwards was elected
grand secretary, and Mr. John N.
Ross grand messenger.
Rtisincss of all kinds in (ids city
has an upwird tendency. The re
cent flno rains, have given new life
ami encouragemeiil.. to everybody and
Mr. and Mrs. John Puce celebrated
their golden wedding on Tuesday
evening. Quite a number of relatives
and friends attended, and Rev. Dr,
Mr. Adam Rutitszong of Elston,
wa,s in the cily Monday. Mr. Routs
zong is one of the most prominent
farmers In our county and is fre
quently mentioned ps being put on
tho ticket for circuit clerk.
Under the provisions of an act of
the general assembly of this stale,
each senator and representative shall
appoint daring the niDiilh of Atifius-t
ot each year, ono cadet for such
scholasllo yoar, at tho slato university
Popular Science. Stranger (to
Oregon granger) "How much of a
rainfall did you hayc in thin section
last winter?" Granger 'jAliout -10
feet." Stranger, 'Forty fecll You
mean forty inches," Grange'p "No,
I don't; I mean forty foot.'' Strang,
or "How did you make, the meas
urement?'' Gr6$er "Ity you 6C8
committee will be held next Satur
day, the 2Gtli. The time for holding
tho county convention will bo desig
nated by the county committee.
Mr. John G. Peasncr, jr., and
Lawrcnco Peasncr of Omaha, Neb.,
sons of C'apt. John Peasncr of this
cily, are paying their father a visit
this week. Mr. John Peasncr aniyed
Saturday week and Mr. Lawrence
Wpdncsijay. Mr. John, who has not
been here for the past seven years,
will remain here for an indefinite
time, as lie has accepted a position
with liltimhofcr & Linhardt, and Mr:
Lawrence wilt return to Omaha after
a week's visit to his parents. He is
in business with his brother George
At a meeting held at Jefferson City
during the department encampment,
it was decided to hold a reunion of
the 20 th Mo. nt Union, Mo., on the
2nd, 3d and lib of September, 18110
Tho principal exercises will bo held
on tho 3d, as wc expect to ariive on
the 2d and depait on the 1th. Ar
rangements will be made with hotels
and railroads for rcducod riles. A
program appropriate to tho occasion
will bo arranged. Though this re
union will bo known and conducted
by the 2fith Mo., all comrades, their
families and frlcnih aro cordially in
vited to participate.
A young lady asks this useless
question in tho "feeble-minded col
umn" of a leading paper: "Do you
think it right for a girl to sit on a
young man's lap, cven.it she is en
goged?" Whereupon the editor tells
this cstraord.taary wlioppert "Wo
Kaiser, J 15, estate ; II J Dulle ct
Locnilein, -J G, estate; JGScbolt,
Schott, Fred C, estate ; W W Wag
Tuesday, 12th of August.
uactschel, Michael, estate; The
resa Gactschel, administratrix.
Lcttthen, Franz, cslatc; Uernard
Sclmbeit, Mary, estate; Theodore
McCann, James, estate ; Maria E.
Wednesday, 13th of August.
Rinklcy, Win. estato ; Elijah and
M. V. Hinklcy, administrators.
Woehr, Fred, citato; Ferd Woehr,
Rryaut, Robert, estate ; Elizabeth
Carcndcr, John, cstite ; E T Carcu
Thursday, 1 lib of August.
Hcnderion, Hen, minor; E T Ca
render, guardian and curator.
Urcnceke, Cathrine, minor j Wm
Klictlicrmcrs, guaidian and curator.
Cticndt, Wm, Autonia Kucndt,
guardian and curator.
Knaup, heirs, minors; John T Itt
ncr guardian and curator.
Kieseld, Rosina, minor; S Ronde-
licr, guardi.tn and curator.
Kieseld, J A and L, minors ; Jo
hanna Kochler, guardian and curator.
Friday, 15th of August.
Henry August, minor; W W Wag
ner, guardian and curator.
Walther, John, minor; Joseph
Stainpfli, guardian and cutator.
Steinbcrgcr, heirs, minors ; John
Hticttcmcycr, guardian and curator.
Ro'.ing, L Kate, minor; 15 II Ho
ling, guardian and curator.
Weber, Mary, mitior; Martin
Ostcr, guardian and curator.
Carter, Emmet Y, minor; Wm M
Carter, guardian and curator.
John II. Diukcks,
Judge of Probate Court.
Plenty of dry weather nnd 110 r.ilu m
yet. Thu farmers nro getting very un
easy about tho corn crop. Wheat thresh
ing has commenced hi earnest, Tho
wheat Is about a half yield to last year.
Mr. Henry llanshausen,onc ofourbest
tarn em, was made happy last Sunday.
It was n bouncing big bov. Ilcnrv .iv
ho never was so glad; It is the llrst.
Mr. Frank llun.lkcr, one ofonrhest
citizens who lives close here, was mado
happy, UU Is a ten-pound boy. I'rank
U so glad.
C'apt. John Glenn gave bls frlciuH a
:ico excursion ride on his new boat Mon
day. They were all well pleased with
their ride. Captain has a lino boat and
will boat wheat out of tho Moniteau for
tho present season.
Capt. Ed. Jituart of the ferryboat,
aud 0. W. Mordlcu, the blacksmith, of
this place, mado a bushier? trip to Jeffer
Mr. Frod Ithlicl, the boss farmer of
Marlon, gave the hoys a lino treat after
flubbing hi? hay harvest to a case of
Mr. David Llndcy and GllniorcT.igart
made n flying trip to Jefferson City
Mr. ,Tohn?oii Glenn made a business
trip to California Friday.
The rain? of last week started every
thing to growing that wa? not too far
gone to survive.
Mr. Geo. W. Dlstler purchased a car
load of corn from Kansas City la-t week.
-Mr. Joseph Wick made 11 business
tilp to town Monday of this week.
Mr. Marino Miller of Miller county,
was threshing In the Gardon neighbor
hood last week.
Mr. Dulle of near Loliman'? was hi
Scruggs last Thursday.
Mr. lteury Rocker wa? Ill several days
Mr. Geo. Itain U now prepared (0
furnish his customer? with' the bc-t of
llour, having put In new machinery re
cently. Mr. Jtalns Is a worthy cltien
and decrees the patronage of the coun
Mr?. M. Coyner visited friend? and
relative? near California, Mo., hi-t
Corn will not yield more than half a.
Mr. Geo. I'opo made hi? regu'ar tilp
to his best girls house last Sunday. Ills
return hanie was n little ii regular, he
boaided tho train at Jeff City, and when
ho awoko ho found himself In the west
ern part of the state. George says ho Is
all broke up ever it.
Mr. D. J. Weaver, our liandsoine dry
goods man, has not only won tho good
grace? of 0110 of tho fairest young ladies
of our city, but dilvcs a lluohorso aud
buggy, and was quite a eonsplelous llg
ure at the picnic Saturday.
Wo wonder what n ceilaln cltl.cn of
the to 11 ot Marlon would havo to say by
way of explanation If his better-half
should call hltn to account for his nnd 11c
familiarity with certain young ladlos not
a thousand miles from Ccntrctowu?
Wouder what made him take to the al
leys, make such good time to his house
nno Sunday not long slneo,wns It whisky
or what was It? Wc ndvlso our Marlon
friend In tho future to keep bis wife's
company, aud to remember tho Sabbath
day to Keep It holy. It will snvo htm
Mr. Adam Flessa Is maklug good use
of his line buggy. There I? a great deal
of young America belonging to Adam.
Ho took 11 pair of our best looking young
ladles to the picnic Saturday.
Mr. Henry Klisclmian and family havo
moved on a farm close to Jamestown.
Wo regret very much to havo tbetn lenye
us, as they wcro among our best and most
Messrs. Smidt. & Deit commenced
threshing tho new crop In this vicinity
last week, but owing to the rainy and
damp weather but little work was done.
flic yield I? light, averaging about sIn
bushels per aerc.
The recent ralu? have revived lire
corn so that the farmer may yet have a
few nubbins, but notwithstanding the line
rains the corn crop will be light.
The ENton picnic on Saturday w:W
rather dim in attendance, but lively.
Those present seemed to be cnjoj-Ing
themselves. An eating staud was set,
whero at all times line roast mutton and
other good things wcro bclug served.
Mi?io and dancing seemed to bo the
principal pa-.s time on the ground. Wo
noticed Gen. 1). II. Melntyrc, Tuos.
Mahan and Attorney Davison, demo
cratic candidates, aud also the notorious
Hill Gordon, all of Jeff City.
1'etcr Alexander threshed the wheat
crop of L. A. Wado last week, and has
now .set his thresher at Mr. Jus. Dur
ham's ready to thresh as soon as tho
weather will admit.
Miss Salllo E. Routsong has accepted
a slx-niouths winter term of school In
tho Kings Chappcl. district, 2 and 1-2
miles northwest of Klston.
Mi.-? Anna Routs.oug will teach tho
whiter school tenu In the llutchluson
district west of Elstou.
Postmistress Moore of EUton, received
the sad intelligence on lastTncsday from
her son, Mr. llouier Mooro, of the death
of their oldest child. She and her daugh
ter, recently from Atlanta, Georgia, at
oueo left to be present at tho funeral and
remain with tho family .several of whom
are sick with scarlet fever. Mr. Mooro
resides near High Point, Mo.
We learn that tho farmers iinlou of
this county will soon call a convention
to nominate an ludependent ticket, this
means a farmer for representative not
pledged to Georgo Gluibletholo Vest,
one who will go Into no party caucuses,
and pledged to support a farmer for U.
S. senator, pledged so In writing, without
regard to polities. Tdo farmer's union
arc In a shape to control Clark, Marlon
aud Morcau townships and part of Jef
ferson by sticking together and having a
ticket of their own Independent and with
out regard to parly politics. They, by
doing this, arc In a good po.-ltion to maku
It liot.for Colo county olllec-tcekers and
buiiimcis. lty all means, gentlemen, lets
have tho ticket. They lnnc the material
111 the union to get out 11 good ticket.
Out with her.
Administrator's Notice of Sale
of Real Estate-
I5y virtue of nn order of the Probate,
couit, mado at the May term of the said
couit,l will, In obedience to said order,
on Tuesday, the 12th day of August next
at the courthouse door, In tho City of
Jefferson nnd County of Colo, expose at
public auction all tho Interest of Mary
llauiilgan, deceased, in and to a certain
lot or tract of laud.dercrlbed as follow?:
Parti of outlots Nos. ill. 71, tit) nnd 70,
nud also part of section 1U, township 41,
rango 11. containing 5(1 7-100 acres inoro
or less. For more particular description
eeo order ot court.
TERMS OF SALE:
Part cash, balanco on a credit of ono
year with 0 per cent. Interest, the pur
chaser giving approved security.
Executor of tho estate ot Mary Uaa