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1;-.. 1,1 1 1 4 '' TP"3 I h J3 The year 1800 wo will carry nn unusuuly largo stock Gold Pons, Chains, Clocks, Slcovo Buttons, Collar Buttons, Carving Sots, Pins, Rings, Charms, Watchos, Clocks, Castors, Card Rccoivers, Butter Dished, Thimbles, Berry Spoons, Sugar. Bowls, Crcamors, Opera Glasses, Knivos, Forks, Spoons Etc., Etc., Etc. CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE. C. M. THOMKS FINEGR0GERIE8! -.3STX5 CONDIMENTS. eHOICETEASr ' AND LEADING BRANDS OF Imported Delicacies! 202 East High Street, Jefferson Pity. " -- 1 1 ) 0UALITYt AUD ilEIGHT GUARANTEED i nmiiiiinii iniHiiiiiiiiiiliiimii"'1 FINE FAMILY G Fresh Goods and Low Prices! All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases s-Sole Agent for Royal Jaa Coffee. THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL. rota, T Graven a THE PEACE FOR - CHOICE G-EOOEEIBS-1 JACOB TANNER. T. M. BARKER. TA2T2TEK. & BARKER DEALERS IN.. WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. CDoTXters, "W" OOD'S eapei'S and -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. rnnusitED evehy Thursday eveninq. F. G. FiiLKnnsoN, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1, A YEAR IN B-Mipr-m copies ajMramj. Entered at the Postofflce at Jefferson City, 3o., an smmil class matter. XcwScrlc,'Jin.7ilOBO. Thursday, April 3, 1800. Mr. Adam Routszongof Klslonwas in the city lest 'week and gave this office a pleasant call. A lluo line of ladles' and gents' Gold watches at JIacauley's jewelry store, pcxt to Exchange Bank. . The dependent pension bill passed the United States scnato last Mon day. Headquarters for G. A. II. suits, also Sons ol veterans, ar. Jl. UUl.D.UAN 'a. Mr. John II. Conrad called and added another subscriber to Tin: Rei'Ublican's hat on Tuesday. Now is Hie timo to subscribe for The State Mepuiilican, If not con venient to call, hand your order to your postmaster. Mr. .George 11. Weeks of Eldon, Miller county, was granted a pension last wcclc. Huy a non-magnetic watch and secure a perfect time peace at JIacauley's. Mr; 11. Eaekamp, a prominent dealer in aencrai merchandise at Pi ston, was In the city Tuesday. Our S5 men's suite, elegant new pat- oms and tluralilo. They must bo seen t) bo nppieelated. 11 ir nMrmilt Mr. A. A. Campbell, a pioneer and thorough merchant of Centre town, was in the city Tuesday. Send in your subscription at once for I'iie Rci'unr.iCAN. Only ono dollar per vear In advance. Children's hats worth 75c and $1. are being sold at M, Goldman's for 2oc. The new postmaster and his corps of assistants took charge of the post- olllcc last Tuesday morning. Oct your watch, elock and jewelry re pairing ilono at II. A. JIaeauh-y's jewelry store, Xi. 20 1 East High street. A telegram was received in this city Tuesday announcing the death of, Monroe Standish at Springfield, this slate. Times am hard, money Is scarce: it Is to our interest to economize. You ran ilo Jt by buying of U3. We can, and will savo you money. j)l. UUJjU.U.W The ferryboat sunk opposite the water works engine house, near shore last Thursday, but was raised Sun- lay. Send us your orders for job printing If vou want neat and clean work at low figures. Call and sco samples and as certain prices. The republicans of this state should elect, this year, a supremo judge, railroad commissioner and superin tendent of public schools. Wo have entered Into tlu light for Spring Trade early. We arc bound to win, if a largo stock, new pattern'', good material ami low pi ices can do It. JI. GOLDMAN. Mr, William LUton'-AvaS granted a pension on Inst Mqmlay Mr. Charles IltifmSrtof ncarScotts, lost a fine horso lasweek. G. A. It. Hags ntFrcd Rommel's. Mr. D. II. Austinex-rcprcscnta-tivo of Miller county, died at his homo near Eldon, on'Wcdncsday of last week. Get G. A. R. flags at Fred Rom mel's for illuminating.' Dr. J. A. Kerr, ono of the oldest practitioners in tho city, has removed to 131 High street, over Joseph Hcln richs barber shop. Call on Fred Rommel if you want something nico in" tho way of G. A. R. flags. Tho "Furnitnrc King" is rejoiced to have hU friends stand to him so nobly in his election for school di rector last Tuesday. Iho king gen erally gets what ho.asks for. Call on F. A, Dwight, 702 West Main street and examine tho new Monarch Avery Check Row Corn Planter; 81,000 premium offered for an equal to this corn planter. tf Tho finest and greatest 'variety of illuminating (lags in the city at Fred Rommel's book storo; The heaviest snow of several years , fell here last Sunday and Sunday night. It was estimated at from 17 to 20 inches. The warm snn of Tues day caused a rapid thawing. The cheapest and llncst selection of flags in this city can bo had at Fred Rommel's boo!; store. Tho Third ward polling place was not opened until S o'clock last Tues day, as no stovo had been put in tho room or any other necessary prepara tion for the purpose of a polling place except the booths. If you want a ling and every house in the city will have them du ring the G. A. R. encampment call at Fred Rommel's book store and ex amine his stock. Tlicy arc superb. In tho Warrensburg society notes published in the Kansas City Journal of last Saturday, was the following : "Miss Helen Dix of Jefferson City, one of the most popular normal students, is quite ill at her boarding place." A young man named Kitchen was fined in Justice Wagner's court last Saturday for dlstuihhig the peace at a school house. Moral. Do not dis turb the peace of a school or church. Tho wind storm of last Thursday did considerable damage in tho coun try in the way of blowing down fen ces. Tho roof of Mr. Clem Ware's house, the old Dixon homo, one mile west of the city, and occupied by Mr. T. M. Barker, was blown off. The State Democratic Central com mittee have issued the notice of their nominating convention to nominate a candidate for supreme judge, railroad commissioner and superintendent of public schools, to be held at St. Joseph on June 11. A Washington dispatch says, "Congressman Dick Noiton, one of ex-Treasurer Noland's bondsmen, J proposes first to ascertain if ho is doing justice to himself if he pays up his full proportion of the loss, as some of the bondsmen arc of an opin ion that 'there was something wrong Dr. M. Smuckcr, formerly of this city, died very suddenly at Ins homo in St. Louis at 0 o'clock last Saturday evening, in his OSth year. The funeral took placo from his resi dence, 3G17 Garfield avenue, at 2:30 Monday. Tho output of lead and zinc in Soutiiwcst Missouri last week was $55,721, or over $9,000 a day. Sen ator Vest and other nntl-prolectlon-ists would stop this industry and put the men engaged in it to raising corn at 12 cents to 15 cents per bushel. Editor State RniTiLtcAX : Will you inform mo as near as you can tho salary of the probate judge of this county? There is no salary at tached to this olllcc: tho probate Judge is paid entirely in fees, which will aggregate about 8500 per an num. En. State Reh'uMcax. Photographs given away. Every person buying S3 worth of clothing i scUools will gel one-half dozen card size pno tographs free, and the purchaser of 10 and upwards will get one-half dozen cabinet size photographs at Goldman's clothing store. Mr. l II. Longdon, teacher of one of tho public schools at Osage City, was in the city last week and ordered printed a neat grade certificate and programmes for the concluding ex ercises of his school, which speaks In commendable terms for the profes sor. "The Red Store," adjoining II. P. Andrae's, will be opened next Satur day. It will have for sale everything in tho lino of general tncichaiidUc in fact, a variety store, where a lino of goods unsurpassed in this city can be had. Mr. C.Cznrlinsky will have Hie management of the business. The time of the meeting of the state G. A. R. encampment at Jeffer son Cily is drawing near, and any arrangements for a trip over land, with a rendezvous of the southwest members at Linn Creek, Tuscumbia or some olhcr point should bo con cluded and promulgated through the press. Let us hear from the posts and tho "boys," and bo ready to swell the columns which will enter Jefferson and make their coming en campment the most successful and enjoyable of any yet held. Standard, Webster Co. CORRESPONDENCE. RUNCETON. Wc would like to ecu a man that h not a candldalo for assessor of Cooper coun ty. Prof. M. O. Wilson of Ottcrvllle, vis ited Duncclon this week. Wo wonder what the professor Is going to announce for? Married, on Wednesday, the 20th at residence of tho bride's parents, Mr. Hobert Scaton to Mhs Carrlo Martin, both of I.onc Elm, Itev. L. M. Horry of Wnrrcnsburg, olllclatlng. Wo extend congratulations and wish them a long and happy life, mingled with one round of pleasuro until the evening of life. Tho colored school of Uuneeton, con ducted by Prof. Jesse Miller, closed & seven months term ending 22th lnt. The exhibition given at the close reflects uicrll upon the work done during tho term, and we are made to believe that Prof. Miller is an educator well worthy of the position he occupies lit our An unknown man, supposed to be a tramp, while standing In the door of J. X. School's dry goods store eating a raw potato, was scl.ed with a fit and fell forward, the kulto In his hand being plunged Into his tliroat, almost causing death from tho bki of blood, llowa carried Into tho olllcc of Dr. Edwards, where he was icstorcd to consciousness and the wound propeily cared for. Every houso i; occupied In town and yet Iliac Is a cry for more. We do not sco why some parties w ho have several hundred dollars laying Idle, or compara tively so, when they only receive from four to six per cent, for It. Xow if they would 110 this money In building neat cottages, they could rcalUo from 20 to 23 percent. Thus augmenting their prin cipal and nl:t helping to build up the town. Mr. Conrad Wagner, who has been south for some time for tho benefit of his health, returned home this week, much improved in health. A lluo line, of ladles' and gents' Chains, Charms, Pins, Cuff buttons and all kind'' of jewelry at Macauley's. Postmasters are authorized to re ceive subscription for this paper. Wo allow them the usual newspaper commission. Our stock of Children!", Boy, Youths' and Men's clothing is larger than ever before. Our stock of lients' : ,,. i,.,..,. milt nlihwlnir nn.l amntr. fut'iiUtilmr rrnnilo fiml ll'tta !itlll flnna Ia ' 1 a 1 r imnieuscr "Entire new stock, lhn latest f ing, and drinks nothing stronger than tyles and tbti lowest prices, ou will God's own bevcrasro pure cold antedating Nolaud's time as treasur er, and if so those who vouched for the latter' should not be made to fill up the foot prints of tlio-.e who pre ceded him." Lawyer Pope camo in from Jeffer son Ulty hatunlay, Mr. rope Is now what tho ladies would call a model Binders, THE ?wbm& rnoM 2 to 16 H. Kil Patent Relurn Flue Boiler; Wraughl Iron and Steel Wheels, with the Springs be tween the bearlnos ol. tho Hub; 14-Inch Steel Tire: Cushioned Gear and all Latest Improve wenb. 8, 12 and 10H. P. Atk (or Catalogue, Free- HtTThrojhere ol all sires. THE injDEB M'F'G CO., . Morlen, Ohio, ENGINES AND ALL KINDS OF Steam t MacMnerY. tear Wo only handle tho very best material and at tho very lowest fig ures, Give us a call and wo will guarantee entire satisfaction In every particular. If not-convenient to call, address ub a card. TANNER & BARKER, Jefferson City, Mo. o well to call on us. M. GOI.DMA. Administrator's Notice. Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration on tho estate of Elizabeth Ott, deceased, wero granted to the un dersigned on tho ,2"lh"day of January, lS90,by the Probate court of Colo coun ty, Missouri. All persons having claims agalust said estate aro required to ex hibit them for allowance to tho adminis trator within ouo year after the date of said letters, or they mav bo precluded from any benefit of such estate ; anil If such claims bo not exhibited within two years from tho date of this publication, they shall bo forover barred uay oi jiarcu, iouu. T . .r r uuuH iv. un, Administrator. The following Is tho vote of tho city election last Tuesday: t'OI! COUNCILMAN KIliST WAIiU. Hurt, Independent 121 Kuwait , Republican Kl Hurt's majority sr.coNi" WARD. .lens, Republican Schuhr, Independent 3S . sr. T-io 122 122 117 71 11.-, 50 Jena' majority T11IUI1 WAltU. ISraudciibcrgcr, Independent... Tanner, long term, Republican Schulle, short term, Republican Gilliam, Independent rounTH WAUll. Vaughan, Independent.' Schwarzott, Republican vote rou school innx.cTons. 1st. 2d. 3d. 1th. Tot HeimlchS 1(10 12S l.:i 121 o.4 Cox 10.-) 1 101 111 410 Pilesinevcr S2 01 111 00 3SU Helurieh3 and Cox elected. voti: ron school nousi: loan. 1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. Tot Yes 02 C3 42 3-i 2U.J Xo 41 2(1 51 51 17' Two-thirds vote necessary to carry, ion ixom:ai! or l.r.vv. 1st. 2d. 3d. Uh. Tot Vf Kit Ml 75 UU 32.) Xo 07 57 101 01 32: Two-thirds vote ncccs-ary to carry. water. Tuscumbia Autogram Dr. McGce has traded for another stock of drugs. Hc has also traded for a fine imported and registered nivdesdalo stallion. '17 1.2 hands hij;h, which weighs 2. pounds. If the doctor's laud holds out he will get rich. Tuscumbia iArhogram. Tho 9tcamer Helena camo back Saturday afternoon arid unloaded somo salt at our wharf. Tho boat wont as far up the riyd'r as Warsaw, in Benton county. She is 22G feet iiv ti To euro niliousncsa, Blck Headache, Comtl patlon, Malaria, Liver CompliitnU, taka tho lata end certain remedy, SMITH'S BILE BEANS Van the SJI AXI. Rico (10 little Beans to tho bOttlO). ' TIIKY AnB TUB MOST CONVENIENT. C3uitfc1?la lnr All Aim. Price of cither altc, gBc. er Itottle. 14 IW SJ 1 1 W u.llrf (or I lK.epp.r er .!..). i.r,SMITHCO.iiatt"iasBSAiiB,-'ST,lOIIIS HO. wmmmmmmmmmmm 1 his 13th I innir nnrl la ni'rlinns ns larrfn n bout. "oi i 1 o as ever comes up thoi.Osago river. Tuscumbia Autcgram. A Business Man, Can pack his Clip and travel any- wlieio. wltiiout otner ueip man a wen tilled purse provides. This Is not al ways true as rogards ladles and children, especially If tho journcvybo long. Ac cordingly the Santa Fo Routo has Inaug urated a series of weekly, 'excursions to PacIIU! Coast, leaving? jtausas uuy every Frldav evening. In charge of experienc ed cmnlovcs of tho company. Invalids. aud ladles traveling alone' or "with chil dren, aro shown every posslblo attention en routo. Tho cbcancttmta tickets that can bo bouirlit to California will be hon ored on this train. Ah;extra charge of 93 ,00 Is madn for me OK-ruuman tour ist sleeper, cflulnned with mattresses. sheets,, blanket, curtaluY, eto. Call on noareit nirent. or address Qco. T Nicholson, O.l'. T.AA-A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co., Topeka.jKanfts. Farm Notes. As this season promises to be a liriolnvard one for planting and sow ing, farmeis will do well to consider hov to cct it done in the best and niilckest manner. In planting corn you can do this by using a "Check T!nw Planter." In usingsuch a plant er you are not required to lay off tho irrmind cither wav, as soon as yon get a field ploughed and harrowed at one end, you can commencu planting and when you get through planting, (if you have a large tract of land) the hrst. wilt nc renuy to umuvuiv, and this first cultivation is best and quickest done with a smoothing liar row. 9 i Pootoffice Appointments Postmaster Joseph Slamptli took nbnro'e o f the Dostolllco April 1. He selected his assistants as follows First Assistant and Disli Hutting Clerk George V. Robinson. Second Assistant Henry Nilchcy Mailing Clerk Nelson G. Burch. Tho salaries of the first and secoud assistant arc the same. Mr. itchcy will have chargo of the money order department owing to his familiarity with this branch of thc otllco. Mr. Burch has been in the olllcc since last January and is a very capable young man. Mr. Robinson was con nected with tho office under Uapt. Steiningcr and is well qualified to fill tho position . The appointments will give general satisfaction. Oue of tho best ways of getting rid of the old bones that aro too often allowed to Ho scattered around Is to bury them near tho roots of tho grape vines. They supply a needed clement of plant food. MARIOX ITEMS!. Tho steamer Benton passed up Wed nesday ami delivered Tagart & Elliott a lot of goods and salt for the prlng trade. Mr. F. I',. Tagig-t and wife of Uoone county, were vl-ltlng their brother, .Mr. C C Tagait of this place thU week, Mr. John Ktnsworthy shipped a Hue lot of hogs on thu Denton Thur-dny. .Messrs. Tagart ,t Elliott shipped fif teen dozen Hue chlckeu-s on the Denton on her down trip. Jlr. Wm. Shnffeilcy made a living tilp to Centretnwn Friday. Capt. Johnson Glenn is on the sick list (hi; week. EESTOX ITEMS. There will be several candidates for nad bos hi Elstou school ditrict. Rev. E. V. (lyiiii camo down Sutur- ;lay. Mi.-s Mamlo Rout.-zong, who. is attend ing Otteivlllo college, came down tj.itur- day. Mr. Joo Eugli-h .-hipped a car load of stock from here l.it Monday. Dan Wade old several head of fat cattle to him. The regular meeting of G'cntietown (J. . R. IVt was held Saturday night. They received two additions and re- sohed to attend the encampment of the 10;h hut In a body. There was a heavy rain fall and wind storm hi this section lastTliuraday, doing f.oino damage In washing aud blowing down fences. E!4on Is preparing to glvo a big turn out to vl-dt the (l.A. R. encampment on tho 10th and 11th. Mr. Oco. Leach rcpoits that the miners In the new bank have went through a fifteen foot vein ot lino coal. Preparations arc being made to mine tho bank at an early date. iV regular winter set in Sunday with tho heaviest snow of tho season. T1)0 snow fall here Is about 15 Inches deep on level. Some of our early fanners arc uneasy about their oats and potatoes planted last week. Farmers, as tho elections are coming on soon, go to work and pick your men. who you. want for congress, state senate and representatives. Take them from your ranks and sticK to llieui whether the parties nominate them or not. Don t bother about tho tariff, Its a humbug. Stiike at the trust, optlou dealer, railroad monopolIes,thc bauklng system, and de mand free coinage of silver and govern ment loans to farmers at 2 per cent. , In stead of banks for nothing; pay off the national debt ana pension tho soldiers as promised 30 years ago, aud vote for no oue who will not pledge in writing. CENTRETOWX ITEMS. Dr. Durk of California, was In town lut Thursday. Ho camo to see JIlss Ella Battlo, who has been quite sick. Mr. Warren Swcailngaiu of Mountain Home, llaxter county, Ark., is hero vls Itimr his brother William. It was a de lightful meeting. They had not met be fore for 25 years.1 Gen. Geo. JI. Dalles' wife presented her llego lord with a bouncing boy baby last Wednesday night. It Is needless to say that George Is tho happiest man In towu. Sllss Ella llattlo, who has been quite sick, we aro glad to hear, Is better. Wo saw Mr. Martin Freshour of Rus- selvlllc, on our streets ono day last week- Mrs. A. J. Murry and Mr3. John Murry spent a part of last week In Cali fornia. JIlss Jeuulo Gill of High l'olut, spent a few days here last week visiting her brother, Prof. O. Gill, who has chargo of our public school. Mr. John Roheits Is visiting at Mr Chrfst Ycolkcs, with his famlljB Mrs, A. A. Campbell and her son, Ed i hi, went to Jefferson City last Wddncs- day. Mrs. Dr. Yows was visiting frlcnd3 In California last week. JIls Olio Yows, who has been attend ing school at the James Town academy) after a few days hero visiting among filcnds, returned to her school last week. FARM NOTES. IN Tim (1A1IUHN AND 011C1IA1U). Scab, like mildew, In apples Is a dis ease. A tree that Is feeble when young rarely amounts to much. To secure crisp, tender vegetables, a quick growth Is very essential. Tho best fruit and tho best vegetables can bo grown only In a rich soil. Whcro the land Is broken and rocky tho tho apple is one of tho very best fruits to plant. 21'caso thrive on a light soil, but If a good supply Is kept up It will bo neces sary to make sowings about every 20 days. In many cases tho best cau be sent to market and as much money returned as If all tho crop had been sent, so that what Is kept Is so much clear gain. Tho principal benefit from an applica tion of salt Is that it renders available plant food that is already lu the soil but Is not In available condition. A good wind-break cau in many cases bo made very valuable. Scotch or white plno,Xorway spruce, arborvltao sctclght or tenlfcet apart will make a good ono It propcyyjeared for. It iajpoor economy to kill off the birds- aud then attempt to keep down insects that prey upon the fruit by spraying or applying poisons in somo shape to save the crop. Even In tho garden it will not pay to depend upon commercial fertilizers. Tho can bo used to advantage to somo extent, but the fact must not be lost eight of that barn-yard manure is always tho best. now to maw: a hood coun crop. In order to ialc a good corn crop ono mu-t have eloored or uow laud to rai60 it on. It close laud it should bo ploughed lu the fall to Kill worm, bugs and other enemies to a good corn crop. Manure weak spot", and keep your laud feitlle, which will produce a rank growth in the corn, and bo a good pro tection from bugs. Curn should be planted as early as tho ground will allow of cultivation, but wc should not plough while tho land is too wet, that I-, to leave a gloss on tho ground as it leaves the plough. Xow the ground is ploughed wo cross harrow It, which should leave it in fine order. Then we take our marker, made with two runners, each about 30 inches long, and cheek It off , going across the furrow lltl. Xuw, If you have; good seed-corn, which, by the way, is best gathered from the stalks In early fall , and not fioni shock corn, plant three graias in.a hill and cover about an inch deep. If rain lias not settled tho ground by tho time the corn begins to sprout, roll It. And now if there is to be any deep cultivation, do It while the cornissmall, getting hallow er and further from the com as it gets taller, for wo think by ploughing too near the large corn tho roots that form a perfect net work near tho surface arc destroyed, and you do moie Ilium than good. When it begins to tassel, better let It alone. Don't allow a crust to form around the corn while small. If hi following the aboTC you fall to ral-c a good corn crop It will not bo your fault, but we do not fall. THU l'AJIILY OAUDKN. The garden should be ploughed or spaded as early lu the season as possible so as to turn up tho worms and lusccts to the frost. A hen and brood at such a 'timo would prove beneticial, as the in sectc would be thoroughly scratched out. All such vegetables as cabbages, egg plants, tomatoes aud peppers should be rowii under glass aud transplanted In order to allow them a longer period for growth, and also to have the plants ready wqeu the frost Is gouo. Union sets, early peas, beets, carrots, parsnips, po tatoes, and herbs should be seeded in as eaily as possible. Potatoes aud turnips are not considered garden crops, but aro grown for an eaily supply In the garden by some. Tho grass and weeds appear very eaily, and will crowd down tho young vegetables unless thorough vego- tatloii Is given. Tho frequent use of tno hoo at first will save labor later, as weeds should be destroyed as soon as the seeds germinate, at no time being allowed to grow. If the early crops are carefully guarded against tho damage of weeds tho later ei ops will have fewer difficul ties to contend with, owing to the fewer seeds left of tho intruding plants. Tho vegetables that will not enduro tho slightest touch of frost aro beans ot all kinds, egg-plauts,peppers, tomatoes, squashes, melons and sweet corn. Tur ulps cau follow early potatoes, and string beans may succeed tho first crop of pea3. If the Blimmer Is not too dry and warm peas may bo grown for a suc cession until late. Radishes can bo grown from early spring until fall, and a patch of kalo 4nd mustard may bo cropped off early, to be followed by string beans for a later crop. As garden crops aro not required to mature thclr seeds, tho space occupied by each crop should bo cleared off lor some otner kind as soon as It cau be done, and la this manner a small plot of ground can be made to produce nearly all tho garden vegetables required. wwHWi '")fi WIVliT" fl1 fwf "FT?