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GEO. FORTH
Tho year 1800 wc will carry nn unusunly lurgo stock
Gold Pons, Chains,
Clocks, Slcovo Buttons,
Collar Buttons, Carving
Sots, Pins, Pings,
Charms, Watches, Clocks,
Castors,
Card Pccoivevs, Bultor
Dishes, Thimbles,
Berry Spoons, Sugar.
Bowls, Crcamors, Opera
Glassos,
Knives, Porks, Spoons
Etc., Eia, Etc.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
C. M. THOMKS
FINE6R0
GERIE8!
CONDIMENTS.
HOICETEAS
AND LEADING BRANDS OF
Imported Delicacies!
202 East High Street, Jefferson City.
0UILITY$ AMD tfEIGHT i GUARANTEED
iiiMiiiHiiimiM iiimiiiiiiimiiiiliii
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I
2r
ah nnv Ta!hj atp. Guaranteed to Pleas
Xlll V Ui. JL.VUU - - m nn
nsSole Agent for Royal Jaa Coffee.
THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
m-JohxL T Craven's
" . TIIE place for
CHOICE G-EOOBEIBS.
JACOB TANNER.
T. M. BARKER.
..DEALERS IN
WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS.
WOOD'S
CQatjUetfs, leapetts and Binders,
the m nfw uimen ,
JEFFERSON OlTY, MISSOURI.
F. G. Fulkehson, Busiuess Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR,
aAJ&upxjm copies jrxaensi.
ffnfercd at the Postofflce at Jefferson City,
Ho., as se.ROtiH ciatt matter.
(Now ScrleVJnn. 7, 1890.
ANNOUNCEMENTS-REPUB
LICAN TICKET.
crrr conrciLMEN.
First Wnnl Itctirr. Ituwnrt. Sccnnil Ward
Ucriiiniiii Y Jem. Third W'nrd JncoliTnn-
lier una .1. w. bclmlte. Fourth Ward Henry
Schwurzott.
SCHOOL. DlnECTOIU.
Henry Prlcsincrcr awl 8. W". Cor.
Wn nrp nttthorlrcd to nnnonnco Hermann
.lent an the republican candidate for alderman
of the second wanl.
A Card.
By request of prominent tax-pay
ers and voters of this city, especially
of the Third ward, and aftcrdtto con
sideration, I have heen induced to re
consider my card published in The
RnrunMOAN of last week, and if
elected I will serve to the best In
terest of the city. Respectfully,
Jouk Wm. ScnuirE.
His Paienl Return Flua Boiler; Wrought
Iron and Steel Wheel, with Hid Springs be
tween the bearings of tho Hub: 14-inoh tiled
,Tlr: Cushioned Gear and all Ulesl Improvo
menu. BnsTandlOH. P. Ask (or Catalogue,
Freo. tTThreshers ol all sites.
TM6 itVBSR M'ro CO.,
ENGINES
AND ALL KINDS OF
Jteam MacliinerY
iCSr Wo only lianilio the very best
mnteiinl and at tho very lowest llg-
urcs. Civo us a call and wo will
guarantee entire satisfaction in every
particular. If not convenient to
call, addrcs3 us a card.
TANNER & DARKER, Jcffcwon City, Mo
THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
PCDLtSIIED EVERV TUUrSDAY EVEHINO.
IN
ADUflfloa
Thursday, Murch 27, 1800.
CITY TICKET.
For Councilman, First Ward
Republican candidate:
Henry Rtiwart.
Independent candidate :
James A. Hurt.
For Councilman, Socond Ward
Republican candidate :
Herman W. Jens.
Independent candidate:
Charles It. Sohiihr.
For Cotincllmcn, Third Ward
Republican candidates:
Jacob Tanner (tor long term.)
John W. Schidto (for short term.)
Independent candidates:
A. Briindunbergor.
W. AV. G:illr,in.
For Councilman, Fourth Ward
Republican candidate :
Henry Schwnrtzot.
Independent candidate :
Geo. J. Vaiighan.
I hereby certify that tho nbovo and
foregoing list contain the names of all
candidates for olllecs certified to mo and
now on lllo In my olllcc.
AllTllUlll'. GllIMSIIAW,
Clerk County Court.
Capt. Alex Stcwait moved back to
his suburben icsidcnce last week.
Mrs, Harmon Sommer died at her
home near Wardsvillc last Saturday.
lino lino of ladles' and gents' Gold
wntehes at Maeauley's jewelry store,
next to Exobango Itauk.
The coininiltcc on artillery for the
G. A. R. will hold a meeting at the
post hall this evening.
Mr, C, Slants has suffered very
severely from bites by a spider on
his hands.
Headquarters for G. A. R. suits, al!o
)iis of veterans, at
SI. GOLDMAN'S.
The river route from Boonvillo to
Grays creek is being pushed with
great rapidity.
Now is the time to subscribe for
Tiiu State Riutjdmuax, if not con
venient to call, hand your order to
your postmaster.
The City hotci has a new and
unique sign extended from the corner
on High and Madison.
liny a non-magnetic watch and secure
a perfect tune peace at Maoauluy's.
On next Sunday 28 children will
be received into the Evangelical
church by Rev, Schneider,
Our 85 men's suit?, elegant new pat-
ems and durable. Tlicy must be seen
to bo appreciated.
31. UUI.UAIAN.
Tho people want a
badly in city affairs,
like to sec. the books.
change very
They w.ould
Send in your subscription at once for
1'ilE ItEi'unncAN. Only ono dollar per
year In advance. !
Children's hats worth 75c and $1,
aro being sold at AI. Goldman's for
25c.
The recently proposed sites for the
new school buildings will greatly as
sist in defeating the proposition for
the two new houses.
Get your watch, clock and jewelry re
pairing dono at II. A. Maeauley's
jewelry Etore, No. 201 East High street.
Times are bard, money Is scarce; it Is
to our Interest to economize. You can
do It by buying of us. We can, and will
savo you money.
31. GOLDMAN.
.
Mr. W. R. Paoeas appointed last
week as postmaster nt Scott's.
Tho New Yorjt -Dramatic Times
dcsl res a correspondent In this city.
Mj. W. M. .Barker called Thurs
day last and ordered The REronu-
CAN.
Mr. W. J, Deeming returned from
a pleasant visit ; to Chicago last
week. .
Pull for tho city's welfare and
break tho combtno in the city coun
cil. Tho Hill property on Madison
street has been purchased by A. W.
Ewlng, Esq.
Tho democrats put up a very
transparent scheme to lay Alderman
"Fitz" on tho sholf.
Think of our city's interest and
vole for tho 'republican candidates
for aldermen.
Mr. Henry Kautsch of near Loh
man, was in tho city last Friday, and
gave tin's ofllcc a pleasant call.
Mr. Frank Hoffmeyer, a prosper
ous and pleasant farmer from near
Osago City, was In tho city Monday.
Mr. Chas. F. McCarty was ap
pointed Inst week, night watchman at
the capilol.
Mr3. Clara Roach has commenced
tho erection of her residence; on East
High street.
James Dove ami Miss Marietta
Pace of Ccntrctown, were granted
matrimonial license last Friday,
Send u.s your orders for job printing If
you want neat and clean work at low
llgnres. Call and see samples and as
certain prices.
Tho stockholders of the Jefferson
City Brick Company will hold a meet
ing to vote upon nn increase of
stock.
The case of Colo county vs. the
Estate of Frank Schmidt, was re
versed and remanded by the supremo
court last week.
Wo have entered Into the fight for
Spring Trade cat ly. Wo are bound to
win, if n large stock, new patterns, good
material and low plices can do It.
M. GOLDMAN.
Elect your own road overseers
next Tuesday and bo sitro that they
are men who will interest themselves
in good roads.
The Eleventh congressional dis
trict can bo carried by the republi
cans, if the. republicans will work.
Ex.
A flue line of lan(1 ''a" fonts' Chains,
Charms, Pins, Cu"Aa'ons and nil kinds
of jewelry at Maeauley's.
In the advertisement of Mr. II. B.
Baber you will And he has the Red,
ri'.st proof, oats, for sale. An excel
lent quality.
Col. A. Nelson of Lebanon, is
mentioned as a strong candidate on
the republican ticket for railroad
commissioner.
Please remember that your prem
ium card is good only until April 1.
Be sure and fill it before next Tues
day. R. Daixmevei:, Madison St.
There no longer seems to bo any
J question as to the defeat of Hon. R.
P. Bland for congress in the next
eleelion.
Mr. Albert Kroegcr of the Volks
freund, has purchased the Illrsch
property on Madison street from Mr. 1
F. II. Binder.
Postmasters aro authorized to re
ceive subscription for this paper.
Wo allow them the usual newspaper
commission.
John If. Anderson, formerly editor
of tho California Democrat, and well
j known by all our old citizens, died in
Portland, Oregon, last week.
Mr. Daniel Coffolt of Scruggs, was
in the city Saturday. Mr. Coffclt
said the fannorsin his vicinity wero
prepating for the plowing season.
Our -stock of Children's, Boys,
Youths' and Men's clothing is larger
lliau ever bclovc. Urn-stock of Ucuts
furnishing goods and Hats and Cans Is
immense. Entire new stock, the latest
styles and thn lowest prices. You will
do well to call on us.
M. GOLDMAN .
Tho executive committee of llio
Missouri Press association will meet
St. Louis on April 3d to fix the
Administrator's Notice.
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration on the estate of Elizabeth
Ott, deccajed, wtro grauted to Hie un
dersigned on tho 27th day of January,
1800, by tho Probate court of Colo coun
ty, Mlssouil. All persons having claims
against said estate aro required to ex
hibit them for allowance, to tho admlnlt
trutor within ono year after the date of
said letters, or they may bo precluded
from any benefit of such cstato: and If
such claims be not exhibited within two
years from tho date of this publication,
thoy shall ho forever baircd, Ttls 33th
Uny of March, 1800.
JOUHIC. On,
Administrator
tn
time and place for the annual meet
ing.
Spring Stock now complete. Beauti
ful new dry goods In every depart
ment. Prices low'and assortment tho
largest in the city,
R. Daixmevek, Madison St.
Rev. Dr. Gauss has tendered Ids
resignation as pastor of the Presby
terian church of this c'ity, on account
of his health.
Mrs. B. II. Ingram and Mrs.
Walton of Sedalla, were in tho city
this week visiting tho family of Mr.
A. P. GrirasbaWf
Mr. Bland's' ('majority of nearly
8,000 in 188C was reduced to .105 in
1888. Ho wliWhave no majority at
all la 1890, Lacledo Republican.
Mr, T. M. Barker, who has been
living on Capt. Stewarts placo during
tho past two years, has leased the
Clcnl A. Waro farm, one mile west
of the city.
Lebanon wants the southwest
branch extended from Bagnell to
Lebanon. Jefferson City will assist
in tho enterprise.
The people of this city must work
for tho growth and benefit of the
city, not for a clique or a few Indi
viduals. Break tho stale council
next Tuesday.
Messrs. Lawrence Llnhardt, a thor
ough and well known young business
man, and E. Blumhoffcr, a first-class
baker, will open their new bak6ry
and confectionery storo in a few
days.
Mas'cr Eugene, son of Mr. Lorenz
Wagner, died last Monday, aged
three years. Tho family have the
sympathy of their many friends in
the loss of their little boy.
A man named Ciarry, supposed to
have been implicated in the robbery
of tho postofllcc at Bruraley, Miller
county, was arrested in this city
Monday by Marshal Scliirmer.
Mr. John Wm. Schulte has recon
sidered his withdrawal from the race
for alderman of the Third ward. lie
says in his card in this issue of Tin:
Repuiimcan, if elected lie will serve
to the best interests of the city, lie
is just the kind of alderman the peo
ple want and will elect.
Open for inspection and sale, at
lower prices than ever known in this
city, the latest and finest styles of
dry goods, at the Dalimcycr Dry
Goods Company, High street.
The steamer Hugo came in yester
day wills about 800 sacks of wheat
from Osage river points for the Dullu
Milling company, and will take back
from the mills a cargo of Hour, bran,
etc.
On next Tuesday our now post
master will assumo bis dutic3 under
the nqw administration, and Tun Re
ruBLicAN extends its congratulations
and best wishes for a successful and
satisfactory term.
There is not a candidate on the re
publican ticket for alderman who an
ticipates or would receive by any
combination S!Ki, more or less, per
month on a team woiking for the
city.
We understand a meeting of the
city council will bo held this evening
to have a treasurer's settlement,
which, we ire told, lias not been done
since Mayor Riddlcr's administra
tion. Tho people of this city would like
to see the financial statoment of the
city's affairs, which they have been
denied. They will get it if they
elect the republican councilmcn next
Tuesday.
Elect live and enterprising men to
the city council. If fair and impar
tial reference is made to the city's
interest during the past year, every
republican candidate on the ticket
will be elected.
"Don't forget it," the "Independ
ent" ticket is a straight out and out
democratic ticket, and the people
who want a change for tho good of
the city will not be foiled by "Inde
pendents."
Mr. Noland's bondsmen have not
settled with the state. They will try
to ascertain whether or not a portion
of the shortage was under his prede
cessor. If so, their liability is les
sened to that extent. Ex.
Hon. William Warner, who was
placed in nomination for governor of
Missouri some months ago, by The
State RurunucAN, seems to be gain
ing favor and the endorsement of the
entire republican press of the state.
Road overseers will be elected at
the school meetings next Tuesday.
The farmers should select their very
best and most experienced men for
the positions, as good roads aro one
of the most essential points for tho
farmer.
Mr. J. II. Smith, formerly of
Westminister, Carroll county, Mary
land, (south of Mason and Dixons
line) has opened up the carpenters
and house-builders trade in tills city
Wo hope our good people will pat
ronize the young man.
One by one, though at a snail-like
pace, tho democratic papers are fail
ing into line in demanding that Mr.
Nolaud be punished for his robbery
of thu state treasury. If the "screws"
are put to that gentleman ho may un
bosom himself nud show that he is
not alono responsible. Ex.
At a meeting of the G. A. R. com
mittees last Thursday evening, they
reported collections as follows: First
Ward, 873.50; Second Ward, S305;
Third Ward, 8425; total, $803.50,
Th3 Fourth Ward did not repoit.
Tho cennntttees wllLconllnnn to col
lect subscription until tho first,
CORRESPONDENCE.
SCRUGGS.
Mr. M. Coyncr made a business trip
to California Tuesday of last week.
Miss Eda Dell, visited at homo last
Sunday.
Mr. Cooper, one of the oldest citizens
of tho county, died at his homo north of
hero last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr3. Fred Ilroudall have a
brau new hoy at their homo.
Miss Sarah Kelbly returned homo last
Saturday.
Mr. John Degnlo went to Jefferson
City Wednesday of Inst week.
Mr. Henry Hindi shipped a car load
of oats from Scruggs last week.
Tho farmers of tho community have
begun plowing for oats and planting po
tatoes. Mr. J. Gnrinan's little hoy who has
been nick, wo are glad to state, has re
covered. Miss Ada Ray made a several day's
visit In the vicinity of Scott's Station last
week.
A. Walscr of near Lohlnau's, was In
Scrugg3 last Saturday.
MARION ITKMS.
Fine weather at present.
Steamer Benton made her first lilp
last week. K. D. Stuait and George
Elliott went to Jefferson Cily on htr.
Mr. Win. Shofller went to California
Friday on business.
Mrs. Jane E. Gregory is at C'cntrctou n
visiting her daughter.
Mr. Fred Rlthcl. the boss farmer,
shipped a lot of fat hogs on the Benton
hist Sunday.
Mr. F. M. Tng.irt has bought two
more lots from dipt. Glenn. Thnt means
that the river railroad Is coming. Mr.
Tagart will buy.
Mr. Herman Dulle of Jefferson City,
was in town Friday, shaking hands with
his old f i lends.
Tho boj-s all went to Mr. David Llud
seys Monday night and had an old
fashioned dance. The boys say It was a
good one.
OEXTRETO WN ITEMS .
The fanners in this section arc all busy
getting ready to plant their' spring
crops.
Mrs. J. L. Chambers and son and
daughter were here visiting frlcudi) last
week.
Miss Lulu l'lk, a very promising
young lady of Jefferson City, who has
been here for sc vei al days visiting among
friends, returned to her homo last Sun
day. Miss Falk and Miss Ella Battle
celebrated St. Patrick's day. We
understand they had quite an enjoyable
time.
Mr. Richard Kcilcy, the hardware man
of California was In town last Thursday.
Ho sold ipilte a lot of plows while here
to Mr. Chas. Ott & Son.
Mr. Simon Cronen, traveling auditor
for tho MNsourl Paclllu Railroad com
i pany, was in town Monday.
i Mr. D. J. Weaver, a gentlemanly
young man who dealsiu dry goods in this
city, is again making regular trips to his
best girl.
I Mr. John Pope of California, was In
town last week,
I Mrs. Elkcns, who has been visiting at
Greenwood, In Jackson county, returned
homo last week.
Mr. Sam Dounel of tho Missouri Pa
chic, spent a part of last week in onr
city.
Mr. Georgo Pope went to the Capitol
city Sunday. George's visit to your city
we understand, was rather of a business
nature.
law, Mr. Fred Broudall, near Scruggs,
Wo suspect that Frank wanted to sco
t'jat nephew of his that arrived at Mr.
Brondall's n fow days ago.
Mr. AlbrlUge of California, came down
Friday and delivered a lecture to tho
farmers nud laborers of Elstou In Collets
hall. There was a good turn out. Mr.
Albrldgo Is a good speaker. Wo predict
a farmers and laborers union In Elston
before many days.
Tho members of tho C. P. church at
this place held aicctlng on Saturday.
II. Kelbly was elected to represent tho
congregation In presbytery held In
slater, Saline comity, Mo., on tho Dth of
April. 0. Congo was appointed bis al
ternate. Rev. B. T. Tipton was called
for as pastor for this church tho coming
year.
Wo learn that through somo unac
countable mistake that when Professor
Adams arrived homo a few weeks ago
from this plan; ho found himself in po
session of a check belonging to a trunk
containing tho running gear and wear
ing apparel of a female In the place of
his own. M tho professor Is a man of
over ordinary slo, we presume) the lady
and himself will be somewhat cinbar
rasscd in securing a neat lit lu tho ex
change. Woaio iorry to record tho death of
Jacob Cooper, ono of Cole county's best
and oldest citizens. He died at his resi
dence near Elston last Tue-day at tho ago
of 81 ycais, Ho was burled on Wednes
day, and tho funeral was attended by a
largo attendance of neighbors, and
friends and relatives, Mr, Cooper has
resided in the county for over l!0 years,
and was at one time a section boss on P.
It. R. for a number of years, but for tho
lat 20 years ho has resided on the farm.
Mr. Cooper lias a daughter and several
sons by a former wife. Ills sous are all
prominent, lirst-ela's engineers running
on western railroads, two of whom wero
present nt tho time of his death, by his
last marriage. Ho leaves a widow, a son
and two daughters, ono married, Mr.
Cooper was agood citizen, aklud neigh,
bor and affectionate husband and father.
The bereaved family hayc tho entire
sympathy of the whole community.
Revs. Crawford and Doran have,
during the past week had very suc
cessful meetings, and will continue
until next Wednesday evening.
Everybody invited to attend.
OSAGE CITY ITEMS.
Fine weather.
Mr. G. II. Bartmann is commenc
ing garden.
Tho steamer Helena passed through
here Sunday evening with a heavy
load for St. Louis .
Mr, Henry pope lias graded the
hill off near his house.
Mr. C. C. Turner had bad luck
Sunday evening with his tug. It
happened by waves from the steamer
Helena, and broke the deck com
plctcly off from top,
Mr. Hetzcllof St. Louis is visiting
our farmers for prospects of grain,
and Mr. Hetzell is traveling for the
firm of Brockmicr & Sieving Com
mission Company,
Mr. John Rush of Taos, was in our
city Sunday evening to sec his best
girl.
ELSTOX ITEMS.
Mrs. J. N. Colletthas been quite sick
for several days.
Mi. Jos. W. McKInney wo learn, has
moved back on his farm near Elstou.
Rev. B. T, Tipton caino down Satur
day and tilled his last appointment Sun
day. His year being out.
Farmers are prepaihig to plow, and If
tho weather continues favorable this
week thcro will bo considerable oats
sown.
Mr. W. B. McKInney and wife re
turned homo Saturday from a tilp in
Southwest Mhsoiul, whero they have
been on a visit to relatives.
Mr. Wm. Lano mado a trip, to Jeffcr
eon City last Friday. Mr. Lane is carry
lug his arm In a sling for soTcral weeks
having got It hurt In handling some ma
ehlnery for Mr. Geo. Leach.
Mr, Frank Casparl nud wife left hero
Saturday on a visit to his brother-la
The Chicago, Jefferson City, Gir-
ard and El Paso railway is expected
be under contract soon. It will
cross Little Tavern Creek near Sand
Rock Springs in the western part of
this county.
FARM XOTES.
TN THE OAWllEh AND OltCHAKI).
I'uleachcd ahcs pos-.es? fertilizing
qualities far beyond the estimated value
uf potash therein, as lime and phosphoric
acid aro also constituents. Leached
ashes may also be used with advantage
on soils deficient In lime or potash.
Run the roller over fields that have had
the wheat thrown up by frost. As soon
as the wheat begins to grow give tho
Held a harrowing with a smoothing har-
ow, which will bo found an advantage
n gi Ing the crop a good start.
Currants can bo easily grown, and the
bushes last many years with care. Tho
only dllllculty Is the currant worm,
which can be subdued with application
of hellebore. Cmrauts are always sal-
ible, ami should be more extensively
row n.
I'onl odors in milk contracted from tho
fuul air of stables, from unsuitable food
or from filth introduced into the milk in
tho process of milking or otherwise,
cannot be entirely removed by aeration.
In these cases prevention Is tho best
cure.
Cocoons of the coddling moth may bo
found under thu rough balk of the trunk
ind larger limbs of the apple tree, if
birds have not already taken them.
However, enough may bo left under
boards mid other shelter to stock tho
next season's crop.
Sandy soli is not as feitilo as a loam
or clay soil, but the labor required on a
sandy soil is much less. The proper
timu for spreading manuro on light soils
Is early In the spring, but on heavy solli
such work may be done iu tho fall or
dm lug tho whiter.
Plant everything In the garden hi
long, straight rows eo as to lessen th
cultivation.
With trees .set out in tho fall.it will bo
found a good plan to go through tho or-"
chard and tramp tho soil down llrmly
closo around the stem of the trees.
Plum trees, especially, will make a
belter growth and bo less Injured by
pests', especially on the fruit, If they arc
planted near tho poultry honso.
Early in tho spring thorough drainage
Is Important both in tho garden aud
among tho fruit. Somo moisture is es
sential but an excess Is, as a rule, detrimental.
Cherries aro one of the best varieties
of fruits to plant along fences or whero
tho stock is liable to tramp more or less.
By proper pruning they can bo kept
from growing too tall.
It Is of no advantage either In tho
garden or with fruits to plant a largo
number of varieties; what will keep up
a supply to tho best advautago Is all that
is necessary. ,
Wash ont the drinking vessels and
clean off tho feeding-boards every dy
or two. Having tlieso clciin will aid
mitcrtally In keeping the fowls healthy,
while neglect tends to breed disease.
Poultry manure can bo used to a trood
advantage cither by applying in the hill
or as a top dressing, scattering evenly
over tho smfaco. As it Is a concentrated
manure, cure must bo taken not to apply
too liberally and to work thoroughly In
to tho soli,

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