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Will Continue Until July I. WB WILL SHBL SPRING DRY GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Tho bcosou litis been ngninst us, but goods must bo Bold novor tholoss. Wo will luko off part or nil tho Profits and somo of tho actual cost on many goods nnd glvo you clmnco to sucuro thorn in sotison at Clearing Salo Prices. any Suminor Goods will also go in this salo at special .and re duced prices. . Tbo following aro only somo of tbo many Bargains to bo bad in ibis Salo : 20c 1 Yard will buy any stylo or shado of tho Celebrated Broadbcad Dress Goods, always sold at 25c, "Wo bnvo tho exclu sive salo of thoso goods hero and thoy aro cheap at 25c, but thcro nro too many of lliem on band,-20c Ti tbo Prico onlyforthis sale. 25c Q. Yard for all Colored 80-inch Dress Goods, formerly sold at 05c. Theso nro mostly all Wool Grades. 30c a Yard is tbo l'rico in this salo for nil Colored 30-inch Brillinntinea nnd Fnncy Wool Dress Goods, formerly -15 and 50c. Also Black nnd Croam Albatross, fomiorly 50c. 45c a Yard will buy all colors .of our 40-inch All-Wool Hen riettas, formorly 50c. All-Wool Serges, Plain Plaids nnd Stripes, formerly OOc. 50c a Yard will bo tho Prico of Colored Brilliantincs, Boigcs Fancy Serges nnd Cashmeres Suitings, oto., formerly 03, 70 and 75c. Sc a Yard will bo tbo Prico of Colored Brilliantincs, Plaid nnd Stripod Beiges and Sergos, novcr sold less than 85c to $1.00 ' n yard. 20 Per Cent. Discount on all Imported German and Froucb' Bobcs to closo balanco of stock. Special Discounts on Spring Jackets, Conts and Fancy Shawls nnd Wraps. GOC On tlie Dollar, or just ono-hnlf of Former Price, will buy n largo lino of cboico Fancy Parasols. Wo aro overstocked in this lino and must sell them. Nov stylos of Summer Dry Goods received daily ; many of. them go in this salo nt special prices. UNTIL JULY 1 STORE WILL BE OPEN EVERY EVENING. Will bo ploasod to havo you call at tho Popular Cash Dry Goods Houso of "JEt. DALLMETER5 3STo. 22V 3VEaisoxL street. GEO. FORTH Tho year 1800 wo will carry iui uuusuiily largo stock Gold PonB, Chains, Clocks,, Sloovo Buttons, Collar Buttons, Carving Sots, Pins, Kings, .Charms, Watches, Clocks, Castors, Card Receivers, Butter? Dishes, Thimbles, , Berry Spoons, Sugar- Bowls, Creamers, Opera Glasses, Knives, Forks, Spoons Etc., Etc., Etc. CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE. DANIEL GUNDELFINGER, Hardware ETC. Tinware sCutlery- ETC. The Most Complcto Stock in Central Missouri of the Best and Cheapest Hardware, Tlnwnic, Stoves, Cutlery, Etc. Excluslvo agent for &Tlie Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak Stovess -AND QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVK.- Door Frames, Window Frames, Wire Screen, Wcntlicr Strips, Spring Hinges, Bird Cages, Water Coolers, Etc., a Specialty. Tin Hoofing Spouting and Jobbing of nil kinds given prompt attention. 3STO- 123 EC3CGKKE STBBBT. JACOB TANNER. T. M. BARKER. TANNER & BARKER WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. 0 0. O O lilt.' SXloxxievs, feapens and Binders, iL NEW UIIRCD IIUUL.II Has Patent Return Flue Boiler; Wrought Iron and Steel Wheels, with the Springs Be tween the bearings ol the Hub: 14-Inch Steel Tire: Cushioned Gear and all Latest Improve rtenis. 0, 12 and 18H. P. Ask for Catalogue, Free. tSTThroshers ol all sizes. ' THE IIUBER M'F'O CO., Morion, Ohio. Engines and Steam Machinery. WA IinndlO OlllV I HO VCrV hrnt ,nntn.l.,l f !. .. I i r. ni... us a call and wo vlll guarantee .entlro satisfaction In every particular. If 44 VV VVf WHtW!! VV ViM tv til it ft in U CUril JL'ANNKU & BARKER, Jefferson City, Mo., -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. rOBLISnED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. F. G. Fulkehson, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR -IN nDVAHOH Entered at the rottojflct at Jejenon City, bio., as neconii class mailer. tNcw Scrlcis'Jnn. 7, 1800 Thursday, -Juno 10, 1800. Call and eco tho new goods at th Red Store. Nice full linen towels only 10 cents at tho Bed Store. Mr. Jasper McKinnoy of Aurora Springs, was in the city several days ltt3twcclr. - - - A large stock of new goods just opened at the Red Store. Ladies' misses' and children's hoso sold at half their value at tho Red Store. If you want a flno cooking 9tovc tho "No. 8 Windsor," call or address this ofilcc. If you want nn A No. 1 sewing machine the 'No. 0' Wheeler 5 WIL son, new, at a bargain, Call or ad dress this ofilcc. Children's hats wortli 75c and SI, nro being sold at M. Goldman's for 25c. Send in your subscrintlon nt once for Tiik Kr.i'UiiMUAN. Ouly ono dollar per year m auvauco. Our ?." men's suits, clegaut neu pat crns nml durable. They must be seen to be appreciated. M. GOLDMAN. Send us your orders for job printing It you want neat and clean work nt low figures. Call and see samples and as certain prices. Headquarters for G. A. It. suits, also nuua vi veterans, ac M. GOLDMAN'S. Now is the. tlmo to subscribe for The State Rki-uiilican, if not con venient to call, hand your order to your postmaster. S. Goldman wilt make cabinet size photographs for the next 30 days for 81.50 a dozen. Postmasters nro authorized to re ceive subscription for this paper. Wo allow them tho usual newspaper commission. Times nro bard, money Is scarce; It la to our interest to economize. You can do It by buying of us. Wo can, and will save you money. M. GOLDMAN. Wo have entered .Into the light for Spring Trado early. AVc aro bound to win, If a large stock, now patterns, good material and low prices can do It. M. GOLDMAN. Another Immense stock of clothing has been added to tbo houso of M. Goldman. It will surprise you to see such stocks of goods in tho store. Our stock of Children's, Hoys, Youths' and Mch's clothing Is larger than ever before. Our stock of licnts' furnishing goods and Hats and Clips is immense Kntlre new stock, tbo latest styles and tho lowest prices. You will do well to call on us. M. GOLDMAN . Tc Our Friends Executor's, admmistialor s, trust tee's nnd guardian's have tho righj to name the nancr in which nubliea- tions required by law be made, and wo n9k our friends to remember llie Repuiilican when they have publica tions to make. T-P-A. Convention' at Denver- For this occasion, June 2 1 to 28. which is to be a crand success, tho Missouri Pacific railway will sell tickets from all points in Missouri at very low rates for the round trip. these tickets will bo on sale Juno 21 nnd 22 at all points on tho main Hue and Jefferson City, Boonvillo and Lexington division ; June 22 nnd 23 at all other points in tho slate, and will bo good to return any time within 30 days. This 1ms been chosen as tho olllcial routo by the T. P. A's, and a special train of F'roo reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeping cars will be run from St. Louis and Kan sas City without change to Denver. Full information can bo obtained from your nearest coupon ticket agent, or Geo. S. McGrew, president Missouri Division, T. P. A., of Geo. D, Barnard & Co,, St. Louis, Mo. What We Do and What We Don't Do. Wo ndvertiso what wo bnvo to solL Wo always hnvo what wo advertise. Wo can and will givo you morn value for your mouoy than you can get clsowhero. , WUAT WE DON'T DO. Wo don't misroprosont. "Wo don't pull you in from tho street Wo don't bunt you up .in tho saloons. Wo don't buy our customers with drinlo. this is oun. guide. Our goods, at tho prices wo offer them, will soil themselves. Miss Emma Knaup will givo les fons in art this season. Straw hats -for men, boys, girls and children in great variety at prices far below any ever offered in this city, dt tho Red Store. Tho steamer Bcnlon has been doing a good business oh tho Missouri this season. Church & Bro. nro offering an .ele gant gents' shoo for 83 j former price, ?3.o0. Try a pair of them. "lio Kansas City, Mo., Sunday Sun is ono of tho most sensational papers published in this country. f-adlcs' black slippers only 75 els. nt tho Red Store. Sec them. Sold elsewhere at (1.25 to $1.50. Mr. Louis Schmidt will move to St. LouissooU) where he will go into the banking business.' From present indications there will bo 25 republican majority in the next general assembly of Missouri. We havo in stock a quantity of SUijhtbj damaged boots and shoes that arc worthy of inspection. Good and cheap. Church & Bro. Will Crittenden Thornton is pub lishing his monitor in rope's theatre building, St. Louis. Tho Jefferson City Brick company havo placed n new boiler in their yards and brick-making is in full blast again. There is no so-called S3 shoe on tho market that' surpasses in fitting and wearing qualities the one wo are of fering for $2.75. Every stitch nnd fiber guaranteed. Church & Bro. Mr. Gwinn, the enterprising secre tary of the Southwest Missouri Im migration association, of which this county is a member, has been in the city this week. The 'tRiyal" tongucless adjustable arch cultivator, witli diamond points, also, hay rakes, shovel plows, dia mond plows, mowers and reapers, and binder twino for sale at the very lowest figures by F. A. Dwlght. Tho Baptist Sunday school held their picnic at Lamnkin Sp-iing yes terday. Tho weather was pleasant, the attendance large and an cnjoyablo lime was had, Hon. A. J. Price and Mr. Will Price, sons of Col. James B. Prico of this city, were here this week. Hon. A. J. Price represents a Louis iana parish in congress, and Mr. Will Price, ono of the finest Louis iana sugar plantations. Farmers, Attention- If you want a good shoo for your self, a good one for your wifo, for your daughter, or for your son, you will save money by coming to our store to get it. Church & Bro. Tho murder of Sheriff Cranmer at Boonville is deeply deplored. The drive from this city to Berry Springs on tho Moreau creek, three miles, is n fine gravel road. Mr. C. M, Edwards has secured contract for plastering the Kolkmcyer building on the corner of Water and Monroe. Thos. B. Reed his been renomina ted for congress by the republicans of Ids district by acclamation. Tho state supreme court has de cided that a man must be a tax-payer before he can bo a school director. Mr. W. A. Maddux of near Scotts, has announced bis candidacy for sheriff on the democratic ticket. Mr. Henry Hoffman of Taos, was in the city Tuesday and gave this ofilcc a pleasant call. Mr. James T. Ashlock to Miss Harriett Y. Boyd, both of Now Uloomfield. Judge R. R. Salter, of ficiating, wore married in tbis city Tuesday. An editor is a man. Ho can bear more ridicule than any other man, alive or dead, and they never die in a lunatic asylum. They often die in poverty as well as in jail. There arc many kinds of editors rich, poor, handsome, homely, good, bad, shrewd, ignorant, civilized, semi- civilized, barbaric, lying, snako, city, managing, telegraphic, financial and many othor kinds. Then there is the fighting editor. Many good citizens go to him to have their hair combed. They generally get It and then sue tho editor for libel and then pay the costs. Coffccvllle Journal. (TO S OF ROSES. Tho Finest Complexion crcum niailc. Perfectly liurmlcps. It remove (unburn, Ian, pimple, frcrUca, etc. Halca tlio iLIu tony nnd clear. Curca chapped hands, fncu and lips, Itendera tho nVlit soft and beautiful, tientleiuen should uso It after that lug. Try it and bo convinced or Its bollig superior to nnjthluu ,of the llud ever offered for the purposes mcnUoucd, Only 23 i ts. At Macauley' store. Preparedly T. tfcKluucy. r-.A l.SO TI- IS-, Cream Cleaning Compound. tar Tho, Ilcst liver Made to Remove l'alnt.-ca Oil or Areata from Wool, Silt or Cotton. Try U If ygu wuut an iniuniaoeous, Ujgcqueli Wheat harvest is being pushed in this section. Mr. Isaao Dwight, ono of tho old est and most highly respected citi zens of this county, gave us h pleas ant call Monday. A little more intelligence, common senso and regard for tho interests of the pcoplo nnd a little less acorge Vest democracy in tho legislature would be a good thing for Missouri. Ex. Nearly every young man of this city when ho becomes of age, and frequently before ho gains his ma jority, seeks employment in other cities. C. M. Edwards and two others made a handsome haul of fish from tho Moreau last week. They brought twelve of the finest cat fish to this city that has been cnuglif at ono haul this season. Mr, F. G. Schocnen, commission and forwarding merchant of Osage City, was in our city last Monday. Mr. Schocnen has been for many ycar3 one of tho leading and popular business men of the west. Mr. Tenny McKinncy iins accepted a position as jeweler with Mr. II . A. Macauley. Tenny has had several years experience in the business. He is a capable and trustworthy young man, and wo hope he wilt remain permanently. The farmers' alliance of Buchanan county have subscribed 850,000 toward n new bank and several thou sand more for a largo grain elevator at St. Joseph. Evidently all the farmers have not been ruined by tho "robber tariff." Ex. The old road law exempted a man from working out a poll tax on roads on a certificate of a physician. Under tho new law he must havo a certifi cate from tho county court. This change was made on the presumption that three judges can tell better if n man is sick than one doctor. The commencement exercises of Lincoln institute were held in the house of representatives last Friday in the presence of a large attendance, and was very creditable in every par ticular. Gen. D. II. Melntyrc de livered an interesting address and delivered the certificates to the graduates. The people of this part of the state have been electing Vest men and Cockrell men to the legislature for a great many years. It would bo a change for thebctter if a few pro gressive, intelligent, well-informed representatives of the great and grow ing interests of this section were sent to the legislature from the Central Missouri counties this year. Boon ville Republican. When considering political matters in Missouri it should be borne in mind that the state is not democratic, although it has a democrat for gov ernor. Gov. Francis did not receive a majority of the votes cast at the last election in this state, and is only a minority governor. The state can bo redeemed if managed properly. Carthage Banner, The democrats are figuring upon the next election, and claim they will have a majority of 83 in tho next i linnen nf rnnroonntnt t v Tills lsifiiai the favorite season for counting chickens before they aro hatched, and the democrats have simply fallen into the general habit of counting all the eggs as sound and good. But nobody over bets on a democratic cg5. N. Y. Press. Closing Exercises of the In stitute at Spring Garden, Miller County Tho closing exercises of the insti1 lute at Spring Garden, Miller county, Mo., took place Juno 5. Prof. Sut ton asked tho blessing and Key, Anthony delivered the annual ad dress. Miss Belle Sutton was tho only graduate, and choso as tho' subject of her essay, "Education," Tho following interesting program was charmingly enrried out : Recitation Miss Rella Jordon. Rccltatlou Lonnlo Dullc. Recitation Ilia Simpson. Chorus Prodigal one Come Home. Essay Viola Norttcct. Declamation Ella Simpson. Dialogue Minnie Baker and Clide Thompson. Music. Declamation E. B. Ilaskins. Solo Miss Belle Sutton. Declamation Bertha Gudfry. Music. Declamation Womanhood, Annie Fitchford. Fan Drill By twelve young ladies Read the call of the republican con gressional convention In this Issue. The marriage of Miss Lena Seldel and Mr. W, T. Littleton was an nounccd to take place yesterday at Miss Lena's home in Windsor. Mr. A. J. Holm of Callaway county, called on m yesterday and showed ih heads of wheat with 120 grains In each head. The steamer Hugo left for the Moni teau this morning, and will return tills evening 1th over 2,000 sacks of wheat for tho Dullc Milling company. A meeting of the republican. state cen tral committee will be held at St. Louis on the Sth of next month to select a time and place for holding the state nomina ting convention. This city will no doubt bo selected as the place. Mr. Harry Bright died Saturday morning from tho effect of the gun shot wound he received last week. Tho family have the sympathy of their many friends in this sad allhc- tioti. Mr. F. Ilacklcr, the popular'cn- gineer of the C. & A. branch from this city to Mexico, spent last Sun day in this city. Tho mayor nnd eouucilmcn arc allowed a very small salary for their services ; the police force is equally light, and yet ho streets continue to grow in worse condition dally. There has been no wok done on them for months. Tbe people continue to pay their license and tax with the usual promptness. Hon. C. C. Bell ha3 been placed at the head of the Cooper county re publican ticket. Mr. Bell is one of the most prominent and able gentle men of this state nnd the good peo ple of Cooper should send him to the legislature. Mr . Tennie Mclvinncy, the jeweler and druggist with II. L. Miller of East Nevada, left for Jefferson City Friday to accept a position with II . A. Macauley, jeweler. Jlr. Mclvin ncy has been in the employ of H. L. Miller as clerk and jeweler for five years and luree months. Mr. Miller realities that ho has lost a competent ' clerk. Ho has made many warm friends in his short stay in Nevada, especially some of the fair sex hate to see him leave. Nevada Demo- The aggregate valuation of per sonal' property in Missouri is S201, 22:1,830, there only being four states which make a better showing New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Massa chusetts. The largest item, $G1,83V 320, includes money, notes and bonds,, though tho great bulk of per sonal property in Missouri represents different classes of live 3tock, an in terest which lias shown marvelous growth in tho stato within the last ten years. A meeting of the regents of Lin coln institute was held last Friday and the folbwing teachers elected for the ensuing year: President Inman E. Page. Vice President and Professor of Mathematics Prof. Delaney. Literature and Languages Prof. Sous. Secretary nnd Professor of Natural Sciences Prof. Clark. Assistant Miss Matlock. Matron Mrs. Page. The professorships of history, art and musio were left vacant. Tho board reorganized by electing the following ofilccrs; Frcsldont Jcsso W. Henry. Vice President Mr. T. I. Goddin. Secretary O. G. Burch. Executive committee Jcsso W. Henry, Judgo W. S. Davison, O. G. Hutch aod T. 1. Goddin. In reply to newspaper strictures Mr. Bradficld, of the Billings Times, says he doc3 not regret his criticism of Congressman Bland, and has noth ing to take back. Ho regards his censure of Mr. Bland as legitimate criticism. It was tho Times and, by the way, it is a democratic paper, which declared Mr. Hland's "reten tion in congress ouc of the exceed ing marvels of the nineteenth century." When You Co South Yon will wish to be fully Informed us to the cheapest, most direct, andmostpleas aut route. You will wish to purchase your ticket via the routo that will subject you to no delays, and by which through trains arc run. Before you start you should provide yourself with a map and time-table of the Memphis Uoute (Kan sas City, Fort Scott & Memphis It. It.) the ouly direct routo from and via Kan sas City to all points in Eastern and Southern Kansas, Southwest Missouri and Texas. Practically the ouly route from tho west to all Southern cities. Kntlro trains with Pullman Palace Sleep lug cars aud frco Rcellnltig Chair Cars, Kansas City to Memphis; through Re clining Chair Cars, (Scats Freo), Kansas City to Birmingham; through llrst-class coach, Kausas City to Chattanooga, Knoxvllle nnd Bristol; through sleeping car, Kansas City to Ntw Oilcans. This is tho direct loute, and many miles the shortest to Little Rock, Hot Springs, Eureka Springs, Fort m!th,Van Huron, Faycttcvlllo nnd all points In Aikansas. Send for a largo map. Send for a copy of tho Missouri and Kansas Farmer, an eight-page Illustrated paper, containing full and reliable Information In relation to tho great States of Missouri aud Kan sas. Issued monthly and mailed freo. Address J. E. I.ockwood, Gen'l Pass & Ticket Agt., U Kansas City ,H.o, W. C T- U. Column. Tho State W. C. T. U. of Illinois has 11,000 white rlbboners enrolled, and spends 450,000 in local work every year. Engineer Commissioner of Wash ington, Col. Robert, Is heartily com mended for tho noble stand taken in executing the liquor laws. Ho has abolished 313 saloons of tho meanest nnd most harmful character. There is an organization in Wash ington known as the Congressional Temperance Society, composed chief ly of members of congress. Its ob ject is the dissemination of temper ance principles in congressional cir cles. It is a strange fact, however, that while this society has been in existence for 40 or 50 years so has the congressional grogcry. Faith without works is dead. Boys who hesitate about doing what they know to bo right for fear they will stand nlono among their companions may be encouraged by tin incident which took place at Gen. Washington's house near tho closo of the revolutionary war. The oc casion was a large dinnerparty, and, according to the custom of thu times, wine was served. Among the guests was an army ofllccr who, just beforo the close of tho dinner, wa3 invited by his host to drink a glass of wino witii him. "You will have the good ness to excuse inc, General," he re plied, with the heroism of a truo soldier, "as I have made it a rulo not to lake wiue." A murmur of surprise ran around the room, but tho most astonished person was the man himself on hearing General Washington commend I113 course by saying, "I honor our friend for his frankness and consistency in adher ing to a rule which Can never do him harm." Tho boy who has the cour age to decline a cigar or a glass of beer from his companions may not always find an ally among them, but ho may bo perfectly sure of the ap proval of his ycry best and strongest friend, the Lord Jesus Himself. About tho best drinking water iu Cole county, Mo., is from Sand Rock Springs, near tho Sodamo "Ostrich Farm" near head waters of Little Tavern creek, and on the surveyed line of the St. Louis, Kansas City & Colorado railway. Ex. The picnic given by Holly's Ama teur brass band June 5, at the fair grounds, was largely attended, gcod order observed throughout the day. A line rocking chair as first prize was voted to Bliss Josie Chappell, a lino library lamp as second prize, was voted to Miss Carrie Hareford. The band furnished excellent music for tho occasion. Delccacics of the sea son wcro in abundance. Gross re ceipts, sion.io. Call for Republican Congress ional Convention of the Eleventh District of Missouri. Pursuant to instructions from the republican congressional committee of the Eleventh congressional dis trict, a delegate convention is hereby called to meet at Jefferson City, on August 13, 18U0, at 10 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of nominating a can didate for congress, electing a new congressional committee, and trans acting such further business as tho convention may see lit. The basis of representation is fixed at ouc delegate for each 250 votes cast for Hon. Thos. II. Music in 1888, and one delegate for caclt 125 votes or fractional part over. Giving tho counties in the district representa tion as follows : Callaway i; Cole 7 Crawford 5 Dent 4 Gasconade , 7 Laclede 5 Maries -J Miller o f'lSO .vjesJ) Phelps fT j Pulaski : ' ... !1 Texas , k fi Wright 3 Total 01 ThcTmanncr of selecting delegates to the convention is to be determined by tho committeemen In their re spective county, or, in the event of their neglect or refusal to act, then the republican county executive committee in such county may order the election of such delegate'). W.J. Powell, Chairman. Attlst i Rot. Roum, Secretary. Rolla, Mo., Juno 10, 1800. Tho census enumerators arc hard at work and wo believe aro doing good and, cfOkloat wort.