Tho year 1800 wo will carry an unusualy largo stock
Gold Pons, Chains,
Clocks, Sloovo Buttoni),
Collar Buttons, Carving
Sots, Pins, Hinge,
Charms, Wotchos, Clocks,
Card Recoivors, Bfltifr-
Berry Spoons, Sugar.
Bowls, Croamors, Opera
Knivos, Forks, Spoons
Etc., Etc., Etc.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
C. W. THOMHS
AND LEADING BRANDS OF "
202 East High Street, Jefferson City.
QUALITY AND HEIGHT GUARANTEED
iiiiiiiMMiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii tun unit tuii'
K NK 9 KA it m UKUUKKIKN
i i con Ntuuuo anu iw vv i i-o
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Please a
-sjSole Agent for Royal Java Coffee
THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
Off" John T. Craven's
THE PLACE FOR
T. 31. BARKER.
TANNER & BARKER
WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS.
0 0 0-
fllouuetts, eapets and Binders,
-0 0 3-
210 15 II. P.
Mas Patent Return Flue Boiler; Wrought
Iron and Steel Wheels, with the Springs be
tween the bearings et the Hub: 14-Inch Steel
Tire: Cushioned Gear and all Latest Improve
ments. 8. 12 and 1611. P. Ask for Catalogue,
Freo. tSTThreshers ol all sizes.
THE HOBER M'F'Q CO.,
Engines and Steam Machinery.
Wo handle only tho very bust material nt the very lowest figures. Givo
us a call and wo will guarantee entito satisfaction in every particular. If
not convenient to call, address us a card.
TANNER & BARKER, Jefferson City, Mo.
Tho Most Complete. Stock In Central Missouri of tbo Best and Cheapest
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Cutlery, Etc. Extliulvo agent for
Th8 Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak Stoyess
AND quiCK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE
Door Frames, Window Frnnir,. Wlro Screen, Wentticr Strips, Spring
Hlugeo, Bird Cages, Water Coolers, Etc., n Specialty. Tin Roofing
Spouting and. Jobbing of nil hinds given prompt attention,
3ajaJtS8 SIGHS: SWBEJBJXi
"THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
rUDLISHED KVEnY THURSDAY EVENING
F. G. FoLKEitsou, Business Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1, A YEAR, .oJS
BAMPT .Tfl COPIES JTEffiH.
Entered at tho Pottofilu at Jejjerion City,
iln as second class matter.
Now Series,' Jon. 7, 1800.
Thursday, May 1, 1800.
Probate court meets on tho 12th.
Cliildron's hats worth 75c and $1,
are being sold at M, Goldman's for
Tho county court will meet in reg
ular session next Monday.
Send in your subscription at once for
TilK.KEPunuoAN. Only ono dollar per
year in advance.
Dr. A. E. Harnmctt-lia's beautifully
decorated his dental rooms.
Our t?5 men's suit?, elegant now pat
cms and durable. Thoy must bo seen
to be appreciated.
The regular May term of tho cir
cuit court will conveno ou the 19th.
Send us your orders for job printing If
you want neat and clean work at low
figures. Call and sec samples and as
For ilic accommodation of lils cus
tomers, Mr. Henry Bockrath is keep
ing n first-class gasoline.
Headquarters for O. A. R. suits, also
Sons of Veterans, at
J. T. Craven will pay 12 per
month for a good Gcrmau girl to
cook. No washing or ironing.
Now is the time to subscribe for
The Statu Rei'Um.ican, if not con
venient to call, band your order to
Mr. Geo. M. Maus rcjoicc3 over
tho arrival of a boy at his house a
few days since.
Times are lianl, money Is scarce: it Is
to our interest to economize. You can
do It by buying of us. Wo can, and will
save you money.
Mr. S. W. Cox has contracted with
Opel & Co., to put a new front in tho
Postmasters arc authorized to re
ceive ,ub3criplion for tins paper.
Wo nllow them the usual newspaper
Jay Gould of the Mo. Pac, and
party, on their tour eastward, spent
last Saturday night in this city.
If you want Ladie3 and Children's
hose, special bargains given at tho
Some thirty or forty persons of
this city have purchased speculative
town lots in Akron, Colorado.
A fine lunch served at Vcith &
Miller's every Saturday night . tf
Save up fill tbo rags you wisli to
dispose of keep them together and
they will be called for regularly eacb
week. See advertisement of the Red
Photographs given away. Every
person buying $5 worth of clothing
will get one-half dozen card size pho
tographs free, and the purchaser of
$10 and upwards will get one-half
dozen cabinet sizo photographs at
Goldman's clothing house.
Notice of Final Settlement-
Deputy U. 8.5 Marshal Geo. W.
Spurr went to 'if Jasper county last
Monday on official business.
Opel & Co., hayejust completed a
now front to .tho west business
room of tho Tennessee house.
A nico line ofjjGcnts', Ladies' and
Children's shoe's.l.bavo just been
opened nt tho Rod' Store, and will bo
sold at tbo low'estjprlccs. tf
Mr. Geo. Ralni'wa9 in tho city last
Monday. Ho intends putting tho
roller system in his mill.
The lecture by - Rev. Laffcrty at
the M. E. church'Iast Saturday even
ing was highly ; appreciated and
largely attended, ' '
Goldman's store was closed Mon
day and Tucsday'for the purpose of
opening a 820,000 stock of clothing,
Judgo A-JVSeay-of Union, Mo.,
has been appointed by President
Harrison as chief 'justice of tho U. S.
court at Oklahoma,
Mr. lndMrs.JJ. W. Scruggs, who
lives six milcswest of this city, cele
brated the OSthnnivcrsary of their
marriage on the 24th ult.
Mrs. Mike Cariln is rapidly recov
ering from the effect of the removal
of a cancer from her lip by Mr.
Plank of Moreau township.
Call on F. A. Dwight, 702 West
Main sttcct and examine tho now
Monarch Avery Check Row Corn
Planter; 81,000 premium offered for
an equal to this corn planter. tf
Charley Clark, colored, who has
been employed with Mr. I. Bodcn
hoinier for several years, died very
suddenly Tuesday morning.
Sedalia is starting her capitol re
moval scheme on paper again. It is
a pity that town cannot do something
certnin and substantial for a boom. '
Seo Anton Natsch's new advertise
ment. No well regulated houso should be
without a gasollno stove.
Tho Sons of Veterans will meet m
this city next rnonth in stato encamp
ment. Miss Katlo Coffclt, an accomplished
young lady of Scruggs, Mo., visited tho
Try the Red Store for notions nnd
novelties, if yoa want bargains.
Tnblo cloths, towels, laco window
curtains sold at low figures nt the
Prof. Wlnslow has completed bul
letin No. 1 of the geological survey
of tills state.
Mr. II. II. Poltkers and Miss Annie
M. Dulle of this city, were granted
marriage licenso Saturday.
Special bargains In ladles', misses
and children's hose, at the Red Store.
C. Czarllnsky, manager.
Many articles aro offered at regu
lar wholesale prices at the Red Store.
Call, compare goods and prices.
Mr; Anton Natsch calls especial
attention to his advertisement in this
Prospoet is favorablo for abundauco of
frulu In general.
Mr. Henry Hlnch lost a good mllcb
cow last week.
Mr. Tripp Is building a barn for Mr.
Mr. John Distler and family attended
cliurcU at Elston last Sunday.
Mr. Albert Dlatler had the mlsfoitune
to lose ono of his cows lately.
Mr. Geo. Italne's llttlo boy, who has
been sick for isomo tlmo Is improving.
Mr. Bucnte's residence Is nearly com
pleted. Willie Distler returned home from
school last week.
Mr. Ducnto's children are attending
school at Ziou school house.
Tho continued rains of last week
caused tho Moreau to overflow Itsjjauks.
Mr. N. Stlehllne and Jake Stokes were
In Scruggs Sunday.
Mr. Adam Erhart and Miss Emma
Koff man were married last Tuesday at
the church. The bride was most be
comingly attired In a toilet of grey cloth.
The front of tho skirt was laid in box,
with rows of ribbon, and the side pan-
ncls finished with rosettes of the ribbon.
Tho veil nnd wreath wero fastened to the
bead with pearl plus. After tho cere
Mr. Dan Gundeitlngcr sells the n,on' ,lnU receiving the congratulations
"Quick Meal" gasoline stove. Call
and sec them.
Round trip tickets arc being sold
in St. Louis for the excursion to this
city on Sunday, tbo 11th, at 81.50.
Mr. Richard Huff of Eussellville,
was in tbo city this week in tho in
terest of his portable sorghum furnace.
mt. uiii uiarKO 'juornton closed a
trade this week for the sale of his cream
ery and milk-shipping can for Kansas,
for tho sum of 3,000.
Goldman's storo is now open to the
public for inspection of the largest
Wc havo entered Into tho fight for stock of clothing ever brought to this
bpriuguradc early. Wo me bound to city in ono lot.
win, If a largo stock, new.pattcrns, good !
material and low prices can do it. tbo Lutheran church will be
M. GOLDMAN. (rrpnilv llnnrnvf.(l flila mrnmr,. I,.. n.
Our stock of Children's, Hoys,
Youths' and Men's clothing is larger
than ever before. Our stock of Gents'
furnishing goods and Hats aud Ca3 Is
immense. Entire new stock, tho latc.t
styles and tho lowest prlcos. You will
do well to call oil us.
M. GOLDMAN .
larglng the building and generally
remodeling of it.
' Swalley Bros, printing ofllcc and
bindery in Sedalia was damaged by
Are on last Sunday to the extent of
Engineer G. T. Rogers is tho only
est and most reliable tinners of this candidate wc havo heard of up to
city will offer ito the citizens of the timo of going to press, for alderman
city and surrounding country, for . from 'ho Second ward,
their own protection, ono of tho j Sednlia's capital removal scheme
finest iightning'rods placed upon tho for a boom has become a chestnut.
Mr. Herman "Ncof, one of the old-
market. Below see some of his nat
rons endorscmants :
The galvanized Star Electric Steel
Franklin lightning rod erected by
Mr. Herman Ncef of this city somo
years ago, on my house ha3 proven
that simply disgusts the people of
the whole country with Sedalia.
Mr. Anton Natsch has just opened
a new supply of stoves, among them
arc a large variety of the "Aurora"
to my entire satisfaction in quality SsoIinc stovcs. Pc "SS from
and nricc. The rod is now like when . v" ui"
A. M. Beckers, lumber merchant.
F. II. Rephlo, merchant.
J. B. Bruns, merchant.
Wm. W. Wagner, proprietor Mon
E. L. Edwards, district judge.
J. Straus, manufacturer.
Mrs. S. Krautboff .
Henry Bockrath, merchant.
John G. Schott.
S. W. Cox.
Victor Zubcr, proprietor marble
Nollco Is herebv clven that tho under
signed administrator of the cstato of
Mapdalena Stclnlngcr, deceased, will
r.mko final settlement of tils accounts
with said estate us such administrator nt
Mm lipvr. trrm nf thn ni'iilmf.. rtnnrr nt
Colo county, Missouri, to bo holdtn at ' 'or thirty days, at one fare for the
thoOlty of Jefferson, in said county, on , round trip, on April 22, May 20,
A Square Deal for Everybody.
To enable homo anil land-seekers
to visit tho farniinc; sections of Min
nesota, Noith Dakota, -ioutli Dakota
and Montana, Av Great Northern
itauwny .unofwill sell excursion
tickets with stop over privileges, good
the 2d Monday uf May, A. I)., 1S90
J 2i STEINIXdCU,
Farm for Sale.
1,200 acres of the finest land in
the Osago Valley ; 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 wbolo
tract made one of tho very finest
sheep ranches, The best of stock
water that never freezes or (tries out ;
will sell whole tract or part. For a
bargain, address J. G. Lurton, Tus-
cumbia, Miller county, Mo,
A Business Man
Can pack bis grip and travel any
where, without other help than a well
filled purso provides. This is not al
ways true as regards ladles and children,
especially If tho journey be long. Ac
cordingly tho Santa Fe lloute has Inaug
urated a series of weekly excursions to
I'aciflo Coast, leaving Kansas City every
Friday evening, In chargo of experienc
ed employes of tbo company. Invalids,
nnd ladles traveling alone or with chil
dren, aro shown every possible attention
en route. The cheapest rate tickets that
can be bought to California will be hon
ored on this truln, An extra cbargo of
93 .00 Is madu for me of Pullman tour
ist deeper, equipped with mattresses,
sheets, blankets, curtains, etc. Cnll on
Dearest agent, or address Geo. T.
Nicholson, G P. &T. A., A. T. & 8.
F.R HiCo)Topk KanMi -
September 9, September 20, and Oc
tober 14, from St. PjuI, Minneapolis,
Dulnlh and West Superior.
This will enable purchasers to see
the famous Park Region of Minneso
ta, the wonderful Red River Valley,
Devils Lake, the Turtlo Mountain,
nnd tho Mouso River Regions of
North Dakota) ,tho rich vnlloya of
the Dig bioux ana James in South
Dakota, and thfc vast fertile districts
watered by the Missouri, Milk Teton
and Marias rivers, in the great Res
ervation of Montana ; no land grant
restrictions or extra costs thcro in
The Great Northern Railway runs
three lines through tho Red River
Valley, Is tiio only lino to the Turtle
Mountains, has three lines in South
Dakota, and runs tho only solid
through trains of Palace Dining and
Sleeping cars, Modern Day Coaches
and Frco Colonist Sleepers to Fergus
Falls, Moorhead, Fargo, Grand
Forks, Crookston, Devils Lake,
Minot, Glasgow, Chinook, Benton,
Great Falls, Helena and Butto, Mon
tana. It is the only railway in the
westowning nnd operating its entire
superior 'equipment, and with solid
roadway, 75-pound steel track, in
sures safely, comfort and speed.
Your liomo.agont can sell yon ex
cursion tickets to over 500 points ou
tho Great Northern Railway Line.
Maps, guide books or Information
concerning travel, or settlement along
this lino, cheerfully,iurni3licd by any
agent of the company, or F. I. Whit
ney, Gen. Passandrickat Acent.
G, N, R'y, St. rftul,.MIno, tt
Tho Alcazar Comic Opera company
will appear in "Olivette"' at Lohman's
opera next Wednesday, May 7. This
company is very highly endorsed by the
Lost Between the crosslug of tho
Boonvlllo and California road aud Uock-
rath's store yesterday, a brass watch aud
a long linked brass chain with a jug on
the chain. Finder will bo suitably re
warded by leaving same at this olllce.
Laces, ribbons, aud a grand spec
ialty in men's, ladies', misses' and
children's shoes, in great variety, at
the Red Store, opposite the old Ten
With a gasoline stove a breakfast,
dinner or supper can be gotten with
in less time than a fire can be made
in the ordinary cook stove, and the
houso is not healed during the hot
season by a gasoline stove.
Mr. William A. Jacobs, an enter
prising merchant of Osage Bluff, was
in tbo city Tuesday and gavo us i
pleasant call, and added several sub
scribers to our list.
Givo mo a meal quick, says the
husband. The wife says, get me a
"Quick Moil" gasoline stovo from
Dan Gundclflnser nnd I will serve
you a quick meal.
Mr. James Jobe, one of tho young
enterprising farmers of near Centre
town, wns in tho city yesterday and
sold a lino pair of horses to Mr. Clem
The Tribuno's suggestions to hold
a meeting for tho purpose of secur
ing tho railroad division and shops
should bo acted upon at orico and by
every citizen in tho place.
Tho Exchnngo bank is preparing
to extend its vaults. The bank, un
der tho cashlership of Col. Dall
raeycr, has become one of tho most
rcliablo banking Institutions in this
There is sorao talk of opening a
basket fnctory In tho Pacific mill
building, which would bo a fine place
for such an enterprise. The building
contains ample room, shafting and
belting, and its location is all that
could bo. desired,
of their friends, the bridal party left for
the homo of the bride. The guests wore
invited to the dining room, where a most
bountiful repast had been spread.
Capt. Johnson Glenn made a busluess
trip to Centretown Monday.
Mr. George Elliott made i business
trip to California, Mo. , Tuesday.
Mr. Kcgman Naggy of Osage City,
commenced Capt. Johuson Glenn's boat
Tuesday. The Capt will put several
other carpenters on next week. They
think they will havo it ready for busi
ness in about four or five weeks.
Mr. Mcllalu of Boone county crossed
about 50 head of lino steers here this
week. Ho bought them in this county.
Mr. Marlon Elliott of near this place,
shipped two car loads of line hogs and
cattle from Centretown this week.
Mai Ion is a boss farmer.
Mr. David Llnd?ey of this place, drew
a peuslou this week. Mr. Llndsey needs
It. Ho was a good soldier and citizen.
We wish David good luck.
Mr. Galfferson, a drummer for the
Lamcy clothing house of Sedalia, was in
Mr. F. M. Tagait, our merchant, put
iu a lot of new goods lu his store this
R. G. Dunn & Co's. weekly review
of Irada says :
Tho markets arc nil influenced by
tho prospect of an increaso in cur
rency based on silver. Silver has
advanced nbout 2c per ounco, wheat
2 l-4c per bushel, oats 3c, coffco and
oil l-2c each, cotton at 7-lGc, pork
25c per barrel and stocks havo been
stronger. Tho average of prices for
all commodities roso over 1 per cent
from tho ICth to tho 22d, but has
since declined about one-half as
Trade reports this week nro favor
able except from the region affected
by the almost unprecedented Hoods
in tho Mississippi valley. Three of
tho trunk lines arc interrupted and
tho loss will bo considerable. At
Galveston trade is dull, too much
rain having affected crops unfavor.
ably, but real cstato is very active
because of the prospect of harbor im
provement. In Florida business is
very dull nnd no encouraging signs
arc perceived. But at all northern
centers of trade the situation is very
satisfactory j the volumo of business
is largo and collections aro fairly
Tho cightli month of the public
schools closed last Friday. Tho fol
lowing facts are taken from tho
Plnrollincut Male, 291; female,
Total attendance 0,0SO
Average dally attendance ui2
Neither absent nor tardy 152
Cases of tardiness 15
Cases of truancy 0
Cases of corporal punishment.... 2
Words misled (out of 900) 23
Days taught IS
Enrollment Males, 00; females,
Total attendance 2,291
Average dally attendance 127
Neither absent nor tardy 93
Cases of tardiness 8
Cases of truancy O
Cases of corporal punishment 4
Words missed 1
Every young weed that coin;: up aud
h cut down is ono weed less to go to
seed. Tho way to keep down weeds Is
to allow tho seeds to germinate aud then
destroy tho young plants. In this way
the work Is better and easier performed
Strawberries have now made consid
crablc growth. Tho easiest way to thin
them out is to use the hoe, by which
method tho row can bo left wide or nar
row, as preferred. If weeds appear in
the rows pull them up by the baud, as
they rob the plauts of moisture.
The greatest care should be taken to
select those varieties of corn intended for
sllago that will fully mature before frost
in the localities where it Is proposed to
grow them, a less number of tous ol
mature corn being In all cases mor
valuable than a much larger number of
tons of immature corn.
Old pasture fields are usually full of
weeds which have crowded the grass
out. To utilize such pastures turn sheep
on them. The sheep will eat tho young
weeds as well as tho grass, and greatly
assist lu destroying tho pests. In the
fall the sod can be turned under aud
resccded with less dauger of the weeds
Young bulls of tho Improved breeds
aro sold at a very low figure compared
witli their real value, and farmers who
have dairy herd can grade up their
stock at a very low cost by securing the
males when they are young. Heifers
are high, as they are lu greater demand
by those who do uot object to paying
good prices for superior stock.
Ducks will fatten readily If given
plenty of feed. On tho farm where they
can have a good raugo they do not re
qulro but llttlo feed. If too fat they will
not eggs, and at this time tho eggs arc
tho principal source of Income. As
soon, however, as tho weather will per
mit, commence picking the ducks aud
geese for feathers.
Prof. Brown Is of tho opinion that the
dairy world is yet to bo taught that the
extenslvo uso of grain Is not correct
economically ; that a largo quanty of a
mixture of roots with hay fodder Is both
economical aud safo for inllch cows and
that possibly there Is better health with
roots, though a slightly Inferior quality
It Is tho farmer who says the gatden
docs not pay, who never knows the hap
piness to bo derived from a good one.
IIo Is content to llvo on withered vege
tables and pork. A man may bo known
by bis diet. Ono who eats hog aud much
of ,hlm Is apt to partako largely of tbo
porcine make-up. A well kept garden
is the best paying Investment on the
farm. A llttlo care for the ground and
somo judgment exercised iu selecting and
planting seeds will lusuro to any farmer
a good garden, and bring joy, gladness
and health to the whole family. Rural
Mr. John N. Doehla and Miss
Minnie Dcitz were married at the
Lutheran church Tuesday evening by
Rev. J. N. Schneider. Mr. Doehla
is one of our industrious and enter
prising young business men, and Miss
Dcitz ono of this city's highly es
teemed young ladies, and they take
with them many congratulations for
their pleasure and prosperity.
During tho last presidential campaign
J. G. Blaine made a remark in a speech
to the effect that trusts were largely
private affairs with which tho govern
ment had no control. Tho democratic
papers made all the political capital
possible out of these words. Senator
Sherman has introduced nu anti-trust
bill iu congress and Iho "democrats now
say that it is unconstitutional and arc
lighting the bill with all their power.
Will they explain tho consistency of their
light during the campaign or how they
made their new discovery? Ex.
"Before wc take up the collection
this morning," remarked the good
pastor, a3 he looked mildly over tho
congregation, "I wish to say that wo
have in the church treasury already
two quarts of nickels that appear to
have been punched through and after
wards plugged with lead. Theso
coins, I am told, will notbuy stamps,
groceries or fuel, and conductors on
street cars refuse to take them. The
choir will please sing, "O, Land of
Rest, For Thee I sigh.' "Ex.
Never within tho recollection of
the "oldest inhabitant" havo tho
roads been in such execrable con
dition as now. Why should not tho
state have Roman roads? Unless,
indeed, the members of tbo legisla
ture pay moro attention to the needs
of those engaged in agricultural pur
suits, aud decent roads is one of
them, there is likely to be a chango
in the personnel of that branch of tho
government. Rural World.
Messrs. Silver & Brown, Conduc
tor Vaughan, Engineer Rogers and
others from this city arc at Linn this
week attending the Ulnl of Mrs.Wm.
Zucndt vs. tho Mo. Pacific railwayi
The case is the same as that of Mrs.
Green C. Berry, which was tried at
Linn last week and judgment ren
dered in her favor for 85,000. Tho
suits arc on account of the accident
on the branch road several yean ago,
in which Messrs. Chris Wngner
Green C. Berry, Wm. Zuendt, Otto
Monnig and ono or two others so sud
Eimon State ItEruntiCAN,Stni Tho
case of tho State of Missouri agalust
John Proctor, charged with assault with
Intent to kill, came up. for examination
before James Johnson, justico of the
peace of Miller county, ou tho 24th lust.,
tho stato was represented by lion. A.
Muser, tho ablo prosecuting attorney of
Miller county. The defendant was rep
resented by Mr. Wm. Carter of Colo
county, and Judgo J. Tltchford of Miller
county. After bearing the evldeueo of
15 witnesses on the part of the state nnd
six ou the part of tbo defendant, and tho
able arguments of counsel, tho defendant
was discharged by tbo court. Every Inch
of tho ground iu tho cose wis ably con
tested on both sld;s. The plea was self
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