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Tho year 1800 wc will curry mi tiiuisuuly largo slock Gold Pons, Chains, Clocks, Slcovo Buttons, Collnr Buttons, Carving Sots, Pins, Rings, Charms, Wntchos, Clocks, Castors, Card Receivers, But tor Dishes, Thimbles, Berry Spoons, Sugar. Bowls, Crcamors, Opera Glasses, Knives, Forks, Spoons Etc., Etc., Etc. CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE. CMTHOMRS FIMROCERIES! CONDIMENTS. r6H0ICETEAS AND LEADING BRANDS OF Imported Delicacies! 202 East High Street, Jefferson City. QUALITY AND ilEIGHT t GUARANTEED IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIItllllllMII 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I f mm FAMILY GROCERIES Fresh Goods and Low Prices! All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases -Sole Agent for Royal Java Coffee THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL 9 THE PLAClS FOR OH-OIOB GBOCEEIES. JACOB TANNER. T. M. BARKER. TANNER cSSc SAEKER WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. -o 0 0. 0- flloLUefrs, Reaper's and Binders, -0 0 D- Has Patent Return Fluo Uoilcr; Wrojnhl Iron and Sled Wheels, with tho Springs Bo Iwcen tho bearings ol the Hub; 14-Inch Sleel Tire: Cushioned Gear and all Latest Improve, ments. 8. 12 and 16H. P. Ask lor Catalogue, Free. CSTThreshor ol all sizes. THE HUBER M'FO CO., Marion, Ohio. Engines and Steam Machinery. Wo haL Jlo only the very best material at tlio very lowest figures. Givo ua a call and wo will guarantee cutiro satisfaction in every particular. If not convenient to call, address us a card. TANNER & BARKER, Jefferson City, Mo. U LFING Hardware Mfe Tinware Tho Most Ccmplcto Stock in Central Missouri of tho Best and Cheapest' Hardware, ilnwarc, Stoves, Cutlery, Etc. Exclusive- agent for 8jT1io Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak Stoyess -AND QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE.- Door Frames, Window Frames, Who Screen, Weather Strips, Spring Hinges, Bird Cages, Water Coolers, Etc.. a Specialty, Tin Roofing Spouting and Jobbing of all kinds given prompt attention. -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVEnV THURSDAY EVENING. F. G. FuLKEnsoN, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, Entered at the Foslofflce at Jejfmon City, Mn a ureoiul ctnss matter. NowScrlcs.'Jao.T.lSM. Thursday, April 24, 1800. Mr. Adam Faust has been allowed a pension. Buy a non-magnetic watch and secure a perfect time peace at Macauley's. Mr. R. L. Bowdcn was chosen Tuesday by the city council as work houso keeper. Children's hats worth 75c and $1, arc being sold at M, Goldman's for 25c. An election for alderman of the Second ward has been ordered to bo held on May 18. A flno lino of ladles' and gents' Chains, Charms, Pins', Cuff buttons and all kind? of jewelry at Macauley's. Mr. Walker Goodall is still im proving, and from present indications he will recover. Send in your subscription at onco for Tm: Rru'iinr.icAN. Only ouo dollar per year In advance. Our 55 mcu's suits, elegant now pat ents and durable They must bo seen to bo appreciated. M. GOLDMAN. The now Lutheran church at Taos was dedicated last Sunday. Quito a number of citizens from this place attended the services. Conductor Geo. J. Vaughn nnd Engineer Rogers were in Linn this week attending court. Out your watch, clock and jcwcjry re pairing douo at II. A. Macaulry's jewelry store, No. 20 1 East High street. The little daughter, aged ten months, of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Beck ers died Monday. Send us your orders for job printing If you want neat and clean work at low llgurcs, Call and' see samples and as certain prices. Hcadquaitcrs for G. A. R. suits, also Sons of Veterans, at 31. GOLDMAN'S. Judge Geo. II. Burkliart, of the Second judicial circuit, died at his home in Huntsvillo last Monday. A lino lino of ladies' and gents' Gold watches at Macauley's Jewelry store, next to Exchange Hank. Now is tho tlrao to subscribe for The State IturunLicAN. if not con venient to call, hand your order to your postmaster. Times aro hard, money Is scarce; it Is to our Interest to economize. You can do It by buying of us. We can, and will save you money. M. GOLDMAN. Postmasters aro authorized to re ceive subscription for this paper. Wo allow them the usual newspaper commission. If you want Ladies and Children's hose, special bargains given at tho Red Store. Tliotographs given away. Every person buying $5 wortii of clothing will get one-half dozen card size pho tographs free, anil the purchaser of $10 and upwards will get one-half dozen cabinet size photographs at Goldman's clothing house. At tho meeting bt.. the Democratic County Central ."dpmmlttco on last Saturday, thore wfjro flvo of the com mitlco rcprcscnt5' by proxy and only one townshtpjrnprescntcd by its regular committeeman Dr. Ilatlcr of Morcau. Notice of Final Settlement Notice I? hereby given that tho under signed administrator of tho estate of Magdalena Stclnlngor, deceased, will inrtko llnal settlement of Lis account with said estate as such administrator at tho next term of the probate court of Colo county, Mlssouil. to bo holdcn at tho City of Jefferson, in s.iid county, on the 2d Monday of May, A. D im. J. N. Sti'.inikmkk, Administrator. Farm for Sale. 1,200 acres of the finest land in the Osage Volley ; 400 acres nf tho finest land in the world for all kinds of grain, in cultivation and under fence. The farm can be divided in to several small farms, or the whole tract made ouo of the very finest sheep ranches. The best of stock water that never freezes or dries out; will sell whole tract or part. For a bargain, addiess J. G. Luitou, Tus cumbia, Miller county, Mo, A Business Man Can pack his grip and travel any where, without other help than a well llllid purso provides. This Is not al ways true as regards ladles and children, especially if tho journoy bo long. Ac coidlugly the Santa Fe Itouto has Inaug urated a series of weekly excursions to Pacillo Coast, leaving Knusas City ovcry Friday evening, lu chargo of experienc ed employes of tho company. Invalids, and ladles traveling alono or with chil dren, aro shown every possible attention en route. Tho cheapest rate tickets that cau bo bought to California will be hon ored on this train. An extra chargo of 83.00 is made for ue of Pullman tour ist sleeper, equipped with mattresses, sheets, blankets, curtains, cto. Call on nearest agent, or address Geo. T, Nicholson, G. P. &T. A., A. T. & S. F. 11 H. Co., Topcka, Kansas. Mr. Anton Natscli has recently ad ded a new lino of.cooking stoves and other latest improved hardware and tinware to his stock. Seo ad in this paper, Considerable gold is in the sands and gravel oiUio Little Tav ern and Bobruly creeks in Cole county. Our geologists will probably investigate nnd determine after awhile. Wo have cntered'?into the fight for Spring Trado early Wo are bound to win, if a largo stock, nowpatterns, good material auillow prloos can do It. -jtt. GOLDMAN. Theio wero two'candidatcs for city clerk Tuesday evening Messrs. Jas. E. McIIcnry and Henry J. Gcrstcn korn. The votostood, four for tho former and two for the latter. Tho matter was deferred for decision at tho next meeting i - ' A nice line of Gents', Ladies' and Children's shoc3 havo just been opened at the Red Store, and will bo sold at the lowest prices. tf Sections 27, 28 and 20, township 42, range 13 have lead, zinc and baryta in them. Mr. LeviMcMlllin, geologist and miner, reports mineral in several places in the above town ship in.Cole county. Mr. Goldman returned this week from an extended tour East, making the largest purchases he has ever made of clothing, hats and furnishing goods. A fine lunch served at Veith it Miller's every Saturday night . tf The villians who threw rocks against houses and in the windows of several houses in the western part of tho city last Saturday night should not be permitted to stop short of sev eral years In the penitentiary. A number of women and children who were alone in the most of the houses rocked, were frightened from their rest and homes. We feel under obligations to Silver Dick Bland, M. C.from this district, Hon. John T. Heard, M. C, Col. Chas. W. Coombs, department mes senger, and others, for securing the $50,000 appropriation for the im provement of the Osage river, the Hudson of the West, Call on F. A. Dwight, 702 West Main street and examine the new Monarch Avery ! Check Row Corn Planter; 81,000 premium offered for an equal to this corn planter. tf Our stock of Children's, Boys, Youths' and Men's clothing Is larger than ever before. Our stock of Gents' furnishing goods and lints and Caps Is Immense. Entire new stock, tho latest styles and tho lowest prices. You will do well to call on us. M. GOLDMAN. Dogs are reported to have caused the decrease in the sheep, which have fallen off 47,072 .in number. Hogs havo suffered considerably in some parts with various diseases, all called ; cholera. Save up all tho rags you wisli to disposo of keep them together and they will be called for regularly each week. Seo advertisement of tho Red store. tf The sands and gravel on Cedar creek in Callaway and lloono coun ties arc said to be full of gold. Maj. William .Carter cf Hickory Hill, Mo., geologist and miner, may lio referred to, in relation to coal, lead, zinc and baryta mines in this county. The republicans will see that Col. Nuclide gets a good pension without assistance from the democratic wire pullers. ) For SaleValuable City Prop erty ( The undersigned will receive bids at his store room until noon Monday, April 28, 1890, for the purchase of tho following described reol estate in the City of Jefferson, Mo., to wit: The three business houses on High street, next to Exchango bank, oc cupied by Lartonoix, Porth and AVol ferman. This property is situated in tho very center of tho city and com mands a good rental. Will sell al together or separately also, tho brick, dwelling house on High street, between Monroo and Adams streets, now occupied bylhe Rev. Mr. John ston. The property, belongs to tho estate of the late Frank Schmidt, and the object in selling is to scttlo up the estate. Tho owners will givo a warranty 'tltlo to the'property. No liens of any kind against it. They reserve tho right to reject any and all bids. For terras ana.TJonditions ap ply to Rudolph JJaiuieyisii, Administrator do-.bonis non Estate Frank-Schuidtv tf Dr. Laffcrty, tho witty editor and lecturer of Virginia, will be hero Sat urday and, lecture at the Methodist church ay 8 p. in. Deputy U. S. Marshal, George W. Spurr, lids been in the city this week attcndingxtho United States courts. J. IIoustoirsGjwdwin, tho nimrod of tho mossback party, met with fine luck on tho placid banks of Grays creek In bagging cvopplo and bass a few days ago. Bids will be received by tho ad ministrator on next Monday, for tho sale of the buildings occupied by Messrs. Wolfcrman, Forth and Lar tonoix. Sec notice lu this paper. J. Houston Goodwin should re ceive the democratic nomination for representative of Colo county in the coining legislature. Ho has been one of the hardest and ablest workers in the mossback party. "Tip" is said to bo very useful during the canvass, but after it is over he is forgotten. Tne Norfolk Virginian says : For perspicuity of utterance for breadth and grasp of thought, and for case nnd grace of style. Mr. Laffcrty is not surpassed by any lecturer of his day. In the present census Cole co.un.ty Is divided in enumeration districts as follows i 50. Claik township. 57. Jefferson township: Jeffer son City All cast of Madison street, comprising the First and Second wards of the City of Jefferson. 58. Jefferson township: Jeffer son City All west of Madison street, comprising the Third and Fourth wards of Jefferson City, 59. Jefferson township: Except Jefferson City. CO. Liberty township. CI, Marion township. 02. Morcau township. 00. Osage township. Dr. Laffcrty will lecture at the Methodist church Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock, subject: The Old Times aud the New. The lecture will be one of great interest to everybody, and tho attendance should bo large. $20,000- M. Goldman has purchased the immense stock of clothing at under writers sale, of Stcrm, Meyer & Co., ' of Cincinnati, and will sell it regard less of value. It is a $20,000 stock, and will be found the largest and best ever brought to the city. Don't for-; get, it will bo here and open for sale in a few days. List of Letters. Remaining in the postollico at Jefferson City for tho week ending April 21, ISfiO. Pei sons calling for ame will please say "advertised:" Adams, J. D. Alen, Miss Matilo Bercudzcr, Henry Bcniblnc, Thoo.J. Brlnklcy, Miss Mary Boyd, C. A. Cuinmlugs,.Ias.L.(2) Fletcher, .T. W. Olovcr.Mlss Maltha A. Howard, Miss M. MaccublUjAshtou S. McCleviu, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Betsy Mary. Meyers, M. Mozlotto, Rocco Platsuinn, Louise Smith, Chas. Williams, Salllo White, A. .1. Winslow,Mrs. S. II. Williams, Mrs. An Wolf, Albert ulo. FOREIGN LETTERS. Moore, John JOS. STAMl'FLi,P. M. Llnscnbard & Ilatlcr, W C Ilatlcr, auministrator, DavisonjA M, L E Davison, ad mlnistrator. 1313 Tuesday, 13. Roberts, John, W D Jordan, ad. mlnistrator, Sciiott, Fred C, W W Wagner, ad ministrator. Glutz, Sophia, W W Wagner, ad ministrator. Kochlcr, Adam, Cath Kochlcr, ad ministratrix. Kicssllng, J S ; Gcorgo Buckdc3 chel, administrator. Wednesday, II. Gactschcl. Mich'l : Thcrcsia Gacts- clicl, admrx. Lcuthcn Franz; Bernard Ott, ad ministrator. Ruck, George; Stephen Brand knmp, admr. Walters, llciraan; J. B. Brims, admr. Sauvain, E; Simon Bondalicr, ad ministrator. Rollng, II II ; B II Roling, admr. Thursday, 15. Fowler, G L and L W ; G C Fow ler, guardian, Vogel heirs; Phillip Ott, guardian. Linhardt heirs; Mary Linhardt, guardian. Glutz heirs; WCVanausdal, guar dian. Carter, Einmct V; Wm Carter, guardian, Friday, 10. Kochlcr, Nick; Henry Schubert, guardian. Scovcrn, Emclic; Antonia Zucndt, guardian. Pope, L W, M L and M C ; W S 1'opc, guardian. llinkman, Noah ; James Hickman, guardian. Gactschcl, Katy; Thcrcsia Gact schcl, guardian. John II. Dinucus, Judge of Probate Court. JURORS FOR MAY TERM- List of the Citizens Drawn for Service on the Crand and Petit Juries. Among other proceedings of the court before adjournment, the grand and petit jurors for the May term of the circuit court were drawn : CUAND JUUOKS. Jefferson township, Joseph C. Wade, Lawrcnco Franz, Robcit Locsch, F. W. Goctz, A. M. Mahan and John T. Ittner. Marion town ship, S. J. Peters and John Bucmcl. Morcau township, Heury Kautsch. Clark township, Henry M. Smith. Liberty township, Philip Deldel, Osage township, Thomas Heisler. I'ETIT JUUOItS. Jefferson township, John Pi ice, A. J. Hocffer, Autoino Biuegging, W. II. Morlock, Charles Opel, Louis Wolfcrman, Adam Erhardt, Wcndnl Straub, John W. Crandall, Frank Rephlo, Herman Tichn and Henry Schmidt. Marion township, Charles Ott, James Durham and John E. Gorman,. Morcau township, John Grant, Joseph G. Campbell and C. C. Walscr. Claik township, T. W. Reaves and Jasper N. Henley, jr. Liberty township, B. II. Schneider and Clem Dicrck. Osage township, John C, llnriisou and Fred Mark-way. Probate Court Docket May Teum, 1890. Monday, May 12. Belch, J Ed, Eliza Belch, adminis tratrix. Kaiser, J B, Dulle, Fi9hcr and Kaiser, administrators. Linscnbard, J C, W C Ilatlcr, ad-mlnistrator. A Square Deal for Everybody. To enable home and land-scckcrs to vUit the farming sections of Min nesota, Noilh Dakota, oulh Dakota and Montana, the Great Northern Railway Line will sell excursion tickets with stop over privileges, good for thirty days, at one fare for the round trip, on April 22, May 20, September !, September 20, and Oc tober 14, from St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth ami West Superior. This will enable purchasers to see the famous Park Region of Minneso ta, the wonderful Red River Valley, Devils Lake, the Turtle Mountain, and tho Mouse River Regions of North Dakota; tho rich valleys of tho Big Sioux and James in South Dakota, and the vast fertile districts watered by the Missouri, Milk Teton nnd Marias rivers, in the great Res ervation of Montana ; no land grant restrictions or extra cosl3 there in securing homesteads. The Urcat Northern Railway runs three lines through the Red Rvcr Valley, is tho only line to the Turtle Mountains, has llircc lines in South Dakota, and runs the only solid through trains of Palace Dining and Sleeping cars, Modem Day Coaches and Free Colonist Sleepers to Fergus Falls, Moorhead, Fargo, Grand Forks, Crookston, Devils Lake, Minot, Glasgow, Chinook, Benton, Great Falls, Helena and Butte, Mon tana.. It is the only railway iu the west owning and operating its entire superior equipment, nnd with solid roadway, 75-pound steel track, in sures safety, comfort and speed. Your home agent can sell you ex cursion tickets to over 500 points on the Great Northern Railway Line. Maps, guide books or information concerning travel or settlement along this lino, cheerfully furnished by any agent of the company, or F. I. Whit ney, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent, G. N, R'y, St. Paul, Minn. tf CORRESPONDENCE. SCRUGGS. Mrs. Fred Droudall Is 111. Rev. Anthony filled his regular ap pointment at Corinth last Sunday. P. Jf. Tripp and family of ncarKlstou, visited at Mr. Pluimncr's last Sunday. Mr. Wm. Coyucr returned home from Chicago last week, where he had been Stopping scvcial months previous. Mr. George Gibler moved ton saw mill ou Richard Lggcrs place several days ago. Miss Mary Sehroir Is visiting iu Jeff City this week. Rev. ICInkade of near Brazlto, preached at tho Clattcrbiick houso last Sunday. Mr. Win. Jones of Spring Garden, was in tills community a few days of lust week. Mr. Macklu of Jefferson City, visited at Mr. Millers ono day last week. Mr. Mart Tripp has erected a new resi dence for Adam Erhart of this place. ' Wheat iu this section looks rather bad at present. Mr. Jacob Scldcl has eight acres of com plnnted. Miss Rosa Duffuer la stopping with Mrs. Brondall. Mr. George DUtlcr lost a year old mulo lately. Miss Mlnnlo Gorman returned homo last Sunday. MARION ITEMS. jf The steamer Helena passed down Mon day and took a lot of freight for Tngnrt & Elliott. Mr. F. M. Tngart lias bought Mr. Geo. Elliott's Interest Iu tho storo at Marlon. It wlliboTagart alone. Johnson Glenn mado a business trip to O.ngo City Wednesday. Mrs. Jane Gregory returned home Wednesday from a visit at her daughter's at Ceutrctowu Thursday, Mr. Mlko Mangel's llttlo buy got his leg broko ono day last week. Mr. Abraham Miirray met with a bad accident tho other day while trying to stop a running team. Mr, Murray got his arm broko near the shoulder. Mr. Gohu, an old citizen near Marlon, died Thursday. Mr. Gobn was ono of tho bcstcltlzen3of the county, and leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. Mrs. Gohu and family havo tho sympathy of tho neighbors In their toss. Mr. F. M. Tacart made a trin to Ccn. trctowu Friday on business. Mr. Lanscv of Jefferson Cltv. was at Mariou last Saturday, and sold Mr, F. M. Tagart ablll of clothing. Mr. Williams of Rochcport, was In Marion last Saturday. CENTRETOWN ITEMS. Mrs. Klrcbman and Mrs. Charles Ott were In California City one day last week. Wo saw Mr. F. M. Tarart. tho boss merchant of Marlou.ln town last Friday. He reports business quite lively at his place. Mr. Isaac Gobn died at his residence some two miles north of townlast'L'hnrs day. lie was burled on Friday In tho cemetery at tho Baptist church. Wo see Uncle John Kiuworthy of tho Little Moniteau, In town ono day last week, Mrs. Robert Townscnd, who has been quite sick, wo arc glad to learn, is bet ter. Mr. John D. Frcshour went to James town, Mo., last Sunday. Undo AbeMurray,one of Marlon town ship's oldest citizens, ;had.tho misfortune to get his arm broke a few days siuce, caused by one of his teams running away. Mr. Wm. Lauc, the day iireman on cngluo 82, can boast of bclug the proud father of a bouncing boy baby. Mr. Fcarl Sartln, who lives south of town, reports that ho Is through planting corn. Mr. Sartln believes that tho early bird catches the worm. Mr. Tom Mahan, sheriff of Cole coun ty, was in our city one day last week on official business. Mrs. T. P. Swcariugen, the wife of tho fuel foreman at the coal chutes, made her Hcgo lord tho happiest man in town by presenting him with a bouncing boy baby; tho little fellow tilts the beaut at 13 pounds. He put In au appearance Tuesday morning just In time for break fast. Some of our democratic citizens aro boosting Gen. Mclntyrc for the state seuate provided ho will swallow a cer tain kind of pill, called Vest. Prof. Lonls Street of the Jamcstowu academy, was here shaking hands with old fiicnds Saturday and Sunday. ELSTON ITEMS Under the present double-barrel elec tion iaw,iho farmers and laborers union or independents, will bo cut out as they bad uo ticket in this county last election, and consequently did not poll 3 per cent, of the vote as required under the Aus tralian part of tho law; the county dis tricts Tote under the old law, but Jeff City under the new. Tho county cau ruu who they please lu the county, but cannot bo voted for In the city unless on the regular party tickets, and as the big end of the vote is in the city and they can not vote for a third party If they desiro to. Who made this law, brother farmers? The Elstou coal trade Is booming. The two banks were unable to mine out suf llcleut la-it week to supply all workers. It Is reported that an additional force of miners will bo sot to work soon in the new bank of Geo. Leach, the business manager. The measles have mace their appear ance iu Elstou. Miss Mollle Leach is teaching a sum mer term of school lu Elstou. The prospects are very favorable for rt fair crop of peaches, plumbs aud cber lies, and all kinds of bcriics. Miss Salllo E. Routszoug returned to Ottervlllc school Saturday to attend re mainder of term, which expires lu Juno. The county court was out on a visit to county farm last week ou business cou' nceted with county matters. FARM NOTES. At a distance of IS feet apart each way au acre of grouuil can contain 135 trees; at four feet apart 2,720 plants cau be set out on an acre. At one foot apart an acre will contain -13, MO plants. Tho white grub Is a whitish grub, with six legs near tho fore part of tho body. It feeds on the roots of roses aud event ually destroys tho bushes. Remove the earth around tho roots and kill tho grub. At this season all fruit trees will bo benefited by a wash of some kind. A gallon of strong soap suds, to which a tcaspooaful of carbolic acid Is added, Is excellent. Scrub the bark well and ap ply the wash liberally. A heavy plank drawn over a lawn-plot will serve to rciiderltsmooth, thus great ly aiding tho lawn-mower after thd grass Is up. The lawn grass, being very short, may bo cured and stored away for tho uso of poultry In winter Novcr allow fresh manuro to coluo til contact with the roots of young trees that being planted. Chip dust, wood ashes or broken bones may bo placed in tho hole and tho top soil thrown Iu, but uo fermenting material, Tho high wiuds 'shake young trees severely, and if tho ground Is very wet tho tr ees arc liable to bo blown over, A stako should bo used for. holding youug trees until the summer season opens, or until the trees Uecoiuo Uruily rooted.