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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 22 November 1894

Rf lit- Oil JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI IS" m: re ., rtlULlBJlED KV1M, rUJlWDAV ISViMNO.- SUBSCRI1TI0N, $1. A YEMl advanci Cnlerfil fll (Jie lte(JI at.Jrfrrtan CUv .tii iif trcvoil riiiM wider. New8rlc. Jao.7, 18D0.I Tlwr(lay,.Nov. 22 1891. Buy OuruMtccoivore from l'rotb. Mr, John F. Hcinricha was tnlioti quite 111 on Sat tirdny, but is ngniii on llio high road to recovery. Mr. Fred C Church has boen quite- ill ut Dallas Tox., but is now out of ilnngcr ami on tho high rouil lo recovery. Monroo county is the banner TTnivriilie oonntv in the Btato. Sho gtwo majority for the Doino emtio ticket. Tlio vrcntlior has been exceedingly cold for at loasl iivo days during tho oarly part of tho vook, and tho Just part of last weok. C A; Ware purchased for tho Bom of $'J25 n pair of handsomo French conch horses from Andrew Simnson of Hieli Point, on Monday last Thoy mnke a Cnotenm. Mr. Hnco Monnic was last Fri day evening elected a director of tho Joilorson City Building & Loan As sociation to ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 22 November 1894

State Republican. jKiixuflON crrr, uibsocbl THE STRIKE REPORT. fa mi Tho report of tho commission appointed by President Clovt'lnnd July 20, to Investigate tlie great Chicago American Hallway Union and Pullman boycott Btrlko, which jma just uecn mailo public, was a general eurprlso to tho people, of this country working mon and cap italists, The Impression had gained general currency that the commls. slon was prejudiced In favor of the railroad and Pullman companies and It was generally expected that neither tho general managers nor tho Pullman officers would ho se verely censured, says tho St. Joseph News. But tho report went after tho General Managers' Association rough shod and It gave tho officers ol the Pullman company a scoring they will not soon forget. At the same time tho commisson pointed out wherein the strikers were to blame and displayed no particular favorit ism for them in Its recommenda tions. The commission found that the General Managers' Association had done a gre...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 29 November 1894

I- -5 .1 REPUBLICAN. A. i t -yOLUMB 'XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNljy, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1894. NUMBER 51. IN OUR OWN STATE. CHARLESTON'S BOAST. "For good dancers and dancing," says tho Charleston EnterpHtc, "this . city la hard to boat." TUB DAUGHTER APPOINTED. Gov. Btono baa appointed Miss Mlttlo Pemberton to' the place of county recorder of Johnson county, held by her deceased father. MORE HOQS THAN LAST YEAR. Nearly two million hogs have been packed since the first of March In the three leading cities of Missouri, a gain of 654,000 bogs over last year's record. TO MAKE MATTERS EVEN. in Kalis connty Bayllss Hector; a frolicsome nabob ol 88, was married ir-,-tOi'.MlS:AgneB Beahean,-aged '22. " rm.-. i ij . . . n Aii- r-.t. jlhv unue reueiveu a 9iu,uuv chock from the groom, which evenod up matters. DID NOT COST MUCII. Col. J. P. Tracy, of Springfield, who beat John T. Heard for con gress, In his statement of campaign expenses, says he expended only 925. This amount...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 29 November 1894

:r Vii'i.'l Sftv 5W ITATE REPUBLICAN. fIFFERSON CITY, MISSOUHI. ubicrlption Price, $1.00 l'cr Year. Thursday, Nov. 21), 18l. J. 0. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING KATES. at Inch, 1 mnnth ul HO One-quarter coluinn, 1 month ;t "ill at-half coluinn, 1 month.. 0 I'll 0ns eoluinu, 1 month !' ."It .quarter page, 1 monlli 17 UU Ona-hnK page, 1 motilli 112 W Discounts on yearly contract Locals, 6 tenia per line cueli lncilloi.. Congressman Springer has turned up at Washington uith his talliing pporatus in good condition. Mr. Cleveland's second adminis tration will bo lomoinbi'iod for its bond issues if for nothing elso. .Til Mr. Charles X. Dana lias nt last found out that it was it case of wrinkles itt the working man's stomach. The Official Count, Tho official count of (ho volo in Missouri sustains tho Democratic theory that tho eloction of tho lie publican stato ticket was duo to tho slay-nt-homo Domocrat. 'i'ho samo cattsn explains tho election I of a number of Ifojiublicans to congress. Tho...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 29 November 1894

iwm,. Ili-iA VaHitnltuM. I .Jift.eof. I WJk. j HMa Jefferson Citv Has. '1 ife "nrvMt Excursions I Pf i? qaomaw I "TiTOsssaBEEasassaaBaBssBi rEFFKUSON OITY. MISSOURI. aHff: ' . .' .. . IberiDK Alteon or Btxtoon persons, B ifiwi ' If SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, -IN- AfiVANOa JCntcrt il nl Me 'i)tjilce at JsHtrton OUy Mo., im nemml cln mutter. JNdWSCtlOl, JD. 7,1890.1 Thursday, Nov. 29 1894, Buy Holiday goods from G. l'ortb. Tiio Missouri river Is about as low ns . Tom Sheelov. colorod. bfts bad business before tbo polica court Gov. Stone issued dons last nook. tbreo Jail par. 'i'be vite of Prlnco a 'fJ'Tf m Tuesday morning. Ulsmark died Sliu bad been Dr. Wilson, of tho Now York doctors, will soo polionts at tbe City Hotol Tuesday Deo- 4. Mr. Henry Wagner bas been put ting down an oxcollont coneroto pnvo mout in front of bis saloon. One enso of drunuonness was dockotod in Judgo Payne's court on Monday. Mrs. M. Goldman lias returned from St. Eouls where she lias been .lilting relatives an...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 29 November 1894

S3k State Republican. jHTFBnsoN cnr, uisootnu. rOOTBALL AS THE OIBLS SEE IT, 4 FBOM TUB DOSTOV COURIER. t took tbo Kentlc Aniinbol To oe a football game. And thus unto n friend of hers Did nlic ilrwrlbn tho "nmol "Oli, Mny, you should hnvo seen them piny, 'Twa.aurli n lovely MkIiII And though Iho llrKt name I had een 1 understood It qulti. "Klrt came the Yale, nil dri'ed In blue, Then Uarvaril came In red, One fellow J elled, the tent all tried Tojuinpu(ou hi. head. "And then onefellovr stopped nnd'tooped, And all the rem got 'round! And every fellow stopped and Moopeil And looked hard at the ground. "And then another fellow yelled, And each man where he stood. Jllit hit and rtrw'k and kuoilo.l and kleked At cv ery one he could. 'And then one fell upon hN neik, And all the other, ran, And on hW pnine and prostrate fiirm Leaped every blessed man. "And then the nnibul nice ilroie on, And loaded up with men. With twisted npeks and broken limtrs, Went ilrUinc on ni;:ilu. "Oh, football's...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 6 December 1894

1 7 4 7. V 1. I. V I Si IT THE STATE -REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, KISSOURl, THURSDAY, DECEMBER (J, 1894. NUMBER 52. a si CLEVELAND'S MESSAGE. The mewmgo of President Cleveland read In both houiei ol congress, Monday wiii) m follow i Message to the congress of thk United Rtatest The sembUge within the natlon'ri legislative halls of those charged with the duty of making laws for the benefit of a gener ous and free people Impressively suggests the exacting obligation and Inexorable responsi bility Involved In thelrtask. At tho threshold of sach labor nof,t0 be undrtakeu by the congress of theynlted States and In the discharge of Aa'executlve duty enjoined by the constitution, X submit tbls communica tion containing a brief statement of the condition of our national affairs and recom mending such legislation n neema to bo necessary and expedient. The history of nor recent dealing! with other nations and our peaceful relations with them at this time additionally demonstrate ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 6 December 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. JKFFKUSON CITY, -M1SSOUIU. Subscription Price, $1.00 l'cr Year. Thursday, Dec. C, 18'Jl. J. O. FISHER, Editor. AUVEltTlSING KATES. One Inch, 1 mouth - Vl 00 One-ijuarlcr column, 1 month 11 0 Otip-lnilf column, 1 month 0 00 Ono column, 1 month I) .Mi One. quarter pngo, 1 mouth 1" 00 One-lmlf page, 1 mouth 'iiW Discounts on j curly contracts. LocuU, 5 cents per Hue each Insertion. Tho committee appointed by Gov Stone to settle with the auditor anil treasurer began their work on JIuii day last. The organization was completed by the election of J. F. Crumbaugh of Columbia as clerk. The pay will bu live dollars a day during the existence ol the committee. stulosmnn, ntid it soems Hint tho pcoplo prefer to trust tho solving of this qtUMfkm to tho llepublictiu parly rntlior thnn oither tho Dcmm emtio or l'opulist party, Wo have nlwnjB contended that if. tho silver (picstion wore over solved tho solu tion would como from tho Hopubli enn party. This viow Booms to linvo boon...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 6 December 1894

ntPFEnsoN pity, mibsoubl roeusBiD tTrni TUtmsDAY evinino. SUDSGRIIT10N, $1. A YEAR,- -IN- ff a ypT .-m copies lu'Aun'jn. Tj m. ffnlered ot lA VoUofflet at JeJ)tr$on OUf Mo., i mcok! data matter. (HawBerlei, Jan, 7. 10.) Thursday,- lov. 20, 1894. Day Holiday good from Porth. Fred Rommel has beep laid up with rheumatism, bnt is out again Mr. Walter SL Louis tho E. rerkios was in latter part of last Rot. Father Hoog, who has been vlsitinc In Wichita. Kans.. roturnod en Friday last IMFJn'Wme Of CAnDI -t lomals d IteuCJ. .t - j Air. J. H. Crumbough arrived in this city on Saturday last and has been looted cleric of tho auditing committee.' Mrs. J. P. H. Gray, wifo of Dr. Gray of California, was visiting her augbter,,Mrfl. J. U. White, tho lot tor part of last week. Prof. It. E. Oldham, who nparintendent of the publio sohcols of tins citv for eicht years, come over' from Linn to spend Thanks .giving day at borne. The Legion of Honor The Missouri Council Legion of Honor of JoiTerBon City e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 6 December 1894

UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Oh Tin; Mystbry oi: Ci.i-mknt Duraven. By Jean Mitldtemitis, Author of "A Cllrl in a Tlwummt," "Settled by a A'. " Fit tr .1niiid," it-p. Tlil Klurj- w III tmt In- pul.lWn-il In I k.f.irni.-(.V..yrlnlito.l, lid I, l.y Ji-nn .MMdlcm CHAlTHIt I. WITHOUT IIULAY Glemunt Dtmr.ivon tool nl tlio lilirnry wlmlow at Aboyiio Court, nml fnr as lilti oi could iviicli, It rested on a vast iiauornmii of fcrtllo scenery, sunlit as lio taw it now, on a crisp October mornliiR. llowasa hntnlsoiin',tnIwait youin; fellow, ni-t-ustonieil to lie coni'tecl and ilatlured by women of IiIkIi iK'poe ; yot, though lie was only twenty oiRlit, tbero were a few (,'iey balls ninieariiiK on pneli temple, which I.ady Man-in l'oljambo said "made liim the more lnterctliie; since iln must be tbo result of some seen I. some 111) slevy." Tbey were wild words, spoken at random, for -tlio Unew nnUKlit of bis inner life, but It would almost seeni as it she were tlglit, so grave an expression did b...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 13 December 1894

f . . . it - i . . 4 : THE STATE REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNT'. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1894. NUMBER 1. !N OUR OWN STATE. TIIOB. H. BULI.ENI3 DEAD. Mhomas D. Bullono of tho Arm of Bullonp, Moore & Emory, of Kansas City, died of heart disease He was 00 years of age and one of tho fore most citizens; ORTON WILI, NOT CONTEST. Judge Orton anthorlzes tho stato mcntthat he will not contest for Congressman Dockery's seat In the next house. The committee did not find sufficient fraud to Jnsttfy It. ArrOINTKD BY OON. STONE. Oov. Stone has appointed O. Q. Halliburton, membor of the board of managers of the Missouri School for ignea. iur. ua. r mon resiQea at Butler, Bates county. SUED FOll DIVOROE. Mary 0. Watson, a child wife less than 14 years of ago, has brought suit at Liberty for divorce from her husband, Lewis M. Watson, on the grounds of cruelty. Tho couple were married in Clay county last July when the bride was only 18 years of ago. MORERLY CENTRAL...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 13 December 1894

3 STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFTEltSON CITY, MlSSOl'lSl. Good Roada. When Jndgo Stniiipfll was lltst. elected to tlio county hench, the I epiostioii of tho improvement of our " 71 i county roads worn taken up. At Subscription 1'rlcC, Sl.'uO ' W. , (1t t'imL, ,hwo wu not n macadam I izoil, gruvul load lending out of Jet Thursday, Dee. Ill, 181) I. J. C. m'll Hit, lulitor. ADVEKTISINU HATES. Otis Inch , 1 month Oae-epi.iltcr column, 1 luniilh. One-hall column, 1 tumuli... One celnnni, 1 mouth Onr.iiirtrr page. 1 mi'iith.. On.linlf mure. I mouth Discount mi fi cnntiiict. Local , a cem per line iit-li limMtli't 00 , :t to' , 'l! lie , II . .IT (' .ilS I"' THE BRIDGE. Mr. Bland's Proposed Aincudment to the Jiffersou City Bridge lllll Act. l'crhup Mr. Cleveland fa.i freo hiijnr, hut if m ho neglected to sav bo m hi tnet-sago to coign'- If tlii congress fails to take oiii detinito action on the matter it wii be. i-afe to H'diel another bond tM bstoro the nest congress niccts. Sccrot.ti Morton is t...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 13 December 1894

1 By" in J Sfer 5 1. 5D- ; Mini XUpMblfcetro lEFFEnSON OITY, 'MISSOURI. ruDLianiD xtn urjnsDT evjInino. SUMMON, $1. A YEAR, xHfa PI X TJTT'T ,Tn OOFISS STRIHID. Tillered o A ,oloc tt JeJ)erton City St n Btconit cl'ui matter. (NewSetioi, Jn. 7, 1190.1 mrsday, Nov. 23. 18U4. IIISSOUIII PACIFIC II. It. TISIB TAULK, OIIAKOE OK TIME. WEaTWAIID. Nol,Uy Express. .Arrives 12:5.1 p.m. Leaven 1 lis p. in No. 3. Nliilit Express Arrive ia.-;lU n. lit Leave 12::t0 a. in No. 5, Local I'asseiicer. Arrives I1t2. p. in. Leaves U:4U p.m. Freight, carries jiafeciiKeri', Lcve W:S0 a. in. KABTWAtll). No. 2, Pay Expres.... Arrlvc2:3) p.tn Leaves 2:50 n.m 'Ko;-.4i XtahtKitrirod. Arrives 2:l;l a. in. Leaven 2:13 a. in No. 0, Local l'asscngcr. Alllvea 12:40 ji, m. j.eaves ;. p. in. No. 8, JC 0. Express Arrives 3.W ii.m Leaved :Mi a. in. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves :l -55 p.m. No. 124. IrnlL'lit. carries nam"- cntfem to OsaRe only, 8:30 a. in. Local passenger trains 5 and 0 run De- tvreeu si. i,ouis ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 13 December 1894

Km Frft UNDER THE SHADOW OF GRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middleman, Author of "A Girl in tl 77ioi!amr,' "Scaled by a Kim," "lly Fair Mean," Ac Thl.i ntory w 111 not lc puMjaheil In linulcturm. C'opyrlKtiti'd, I8UI1 ! Joan MI.MIemn... CHAPTER II. A H1IKOUU. Lady Oortriiilo Veraclioylo's ball dross lay on tho'bod. It wain gauzy , dollcato dretis ol silver tissue, trim med with roses of tho palest pink, and was one ol l.a Kerrlero's most artlsttn effects. I-ady Gertrude was survcyliiK It with an expression that was half pathetic, half pleasurable. Sho was thinking of Clement Dunraven and of the ball that night, where she oxpectcd ts meet him. Lady Gertrude was tho proud daughter of a proud raeo, but not withstanding hr reputed haughti ness, sho had her weal: spot. She loved Clement Dunraven, loved him passionately, madly, as strong nat ures only know bow to love, and yot "lie know full well that ho had but a H . icedlocro affection for her, oven If his feelings to...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 20 December 1894

fo' as. - THE STATE REPUBLICAN. v, VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY,;MlSSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1894. NUMBER 2. IN QLR OWN STATE. OltEQON COUNTY JAIL UUJINED. The Oregon county jail, at Alton, burned last week. WANT A KOBMAIi SCHOOL. Otttzens of Maryvlllo will ask .tho legislature (or an appropriation of f 100,000 for a normal (school at that place. IN JAIL. , Bill, Setzer, the man for whom Lizzie Christie wont to the peniten tiary, is in jail at Carthage charged with burglary. TWO CAPTURED. Two of the river thieves who bavo been committing, depredations be tween Bocheport and Mokane In Callaway county have been captured. TO Unit r t'totLk n nt-rt The anihoriUei oedar OityTsS" trying to -Induce the Jefferson Pity Eloctrio Light Co. to lay an Insula ted wlro nnder the river and give Cedar City electric lights. TWO ACCIDENTS IN ONE DAY. II. Q. llertol, a student of Weslo yan college at Warronton, got his leg broken in a game of foot ball. Edwin Hilllemeyer, a boy of the ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 20 December 1894

STATEJEPUBLICAM. JTBFFBRSON CITY, MISSOURI, labscrlptlon l'rlco, $1.00 l'er Year. Thursday, Dec. 20, 18U I. J. C. FISHER, Editor. (ADVERTISING RATES. 0ns Inch, 1 month ul 00 Oae-qunrter column, 1 monlli II "( Oae-half column, 1 month li hi t)na column, 1 month On. quarter page, 1 month 1" I1 One-half page, 1 month 112 0i Discounts on ) curly contract. Locals, S cents per line cuoli Insci Hoi Colorado nnd Michigan enu s-hnke. Each has one lono Democrat itt it legislature, Gen. Iloolh, of Snlvntion Arnn ftmo, should lmro remained in Colo rsdo until bo converted Gov. Wait , The report thnt Mr. Lease s-ufl'ev- troru shortness ot breath is probtiblx ft campaign lio loft over. Jerry fjjmpsorjTaid of the l'opillit la a recent intoniew.' "Thopnih has been divested of many of it (ermer crudities." Ximio 'cm, Join aame oui. Where was Don Dickin.-on when those Michigan Democrat adopted that platform for the free coinage of silver? Can ho bo on duty in tin TYhito IIou-o s-ontiv bin. The people ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 20 December 1894

jpf j,. -jtit 15 Itcpublttftm., JEPFEUSOtf U1TY, MlSSOUtl. rnnutaro sttri tu3hsday ktzniko. SUBSCRl?riON,$l.AYEAR,Hc. ft A TwfFT .TP OOPHES XTREIEL Cnteral at (At l"bi torfle oJ Jrjtrton CUf Jo.,iu fcamd et.us Mtifttr. Nr Strict. Jn. 7, 1SW. I Thursday. Nov. 20. 1891. No. I,I'y ExprcM. Ho ft, HlSSOUBI PAClriC B. U. TIME TABLE, CIIANUK DY TIMK. , .WESTWARD. ' J?o l,Dy Express., Arrives 12:.VS p.m Leave 1:18 p. hi, So. 3, Night Expresi Arrives 12.-30 n. m Leave 12:30 h.iii. Ko. 8. Local Passeiiger. Arrive ri:: p.m. lac ":" "!, fretUl, carries pafcuRer,Iave . in. KABTWAUD. Arrives a.-Uj p.irt Leaves 2 :M1 p.m 4, XlehtEinrcM. Arrives 2:13 in. Leaves 2:13 a. ni Ko. 6, Local 1'aeeeiiKer Anives 12:10 i) in. Leaves 1 :5- p. m tiu. 8, K. C. Express Arrives 3.(m a.m. Leaves 3:00 a. m. Frrinut. carries passengers. Leaves 3 '55 p. -in. Mo. 121, lrclght, carries pass engers to Usaguouly, 8:30a. m Looil passenger trains 5 mid ti run ue- iweeu at. iaiuis ami rv.mi3.is viiv. No, 2 fcs.s throajti sl...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 20 December 1894

UNDER THE SHADOW OF GRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Mitldtemart, Author of "A Girl fn o IVioiis.ihc? "S.-.if by n Ki$t," "lly Fair Means," A-c llthi-.l inlKiok-lorni. CiwrlKhtftl. Mi. tiy Joan .MMitlema.) Tlil story will not t'O inib 8YN01W8 OK PBKVIOfS CHA1TT.KS. CHAmm I A: 1 1 -sir bmla Dnnrntrn, ( Aboyne Conn, lm.l tun np'lii'. I'lunvnt Dunracrn ant Pierce V.iugh.in. Tlic l.aron wllie trie former t marry Lailjr Uertni.l.' Verncluiyle. nml tnakp It :l comlttlnli of him leavlnir him hl property Hint h- kiiiW propose tiv her at once. Hi eoiieni. I'itt with n iccrcl mirruw. Pierce Vnuchali. who . In love with' Lady (lertrllile. ile.crmlnce tht he Mill illnwe" the necret of hl fnuln. ami accidentally Anile a mite 111 the Mlon tn. term Deare-l clem. Thanks for your ilarllng note. 1 will meet you at the uunl place on Tneil.iy at iluk Your eer lorlni! Heta Clement ttoe. n hl uncle iteirc him, ami propose, to nn.l Is aeeepte.l l Uidy (ierlru.le Pleree V.iurhJU he.ir 4.1...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 27 December 1894

fmrafw. 'ekx kit- i-S' '1," T.J lv 9 THE STATU lit VOLUME XXIV. I IU I II IJ if A XT , sv i m m Mm. y ,s, c r- -.- - - ' - ' v 1 v-'te "CURRENCY REFORM. . The debalo lr. the house of ropro - BontstlvoB upon the so-called Carlisle c'nrrency reform bill has been the chlof evonb of Interest Jlessrs. Indians, .1 T Johnson, and Ellis. o I: ' republican democrat Kentucky, opposed it, and Mr, ' TVa'rnor, ' democrat of ' New Tork, ..supported It. The spocch of Mr, Kills was of. a 'rather sensatotnlal character and' the applause It re ' i cjolved' froni th'o free ;bI1vo? demo - - i- 'crat Indicated, plainly the unaltera. bly .opposition, of the silver men of .t th'e honse to tho. Oarlieje plan. Mr, 'i , JJlftnd. tho sliver leader, iravn notion 'kf t at ho -jtould offer his frne.Bllver v , , rt-ji OB .?iliuie lor me'Diu. r' Mr; Ellis, democrat of Kontncky, , , first democratlo member of the , ,' l: banking and currency committee to .-It1' attack the Carlisle bill, proclaimed that he was convi...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 27 December 1894

I I LTE REPUBLICAN. FEBSON CITY, missoubi. crlptlon 1'rlce, $1.00 1'er Year. Thursday, Dec. 27, 181)4. I J. C. FJSUER, Editor. h ' - z ADVERTISING RATES. Ul 00 . 3 60 , G IK) n Eli column, i inoniu.. ..,.,.... " iurter. page, 1 tiiontftiiVi"yl7 ou mouin.-.. uu contracts. lino caeti luserlloi.. Ilnch, 1 month Muartor cuimuu, i tnoniii Lhalf column, 1 month.. I column, 1 montli 'hot on the trail of okor got it. .Democrats who mistake and financial knowledge. Co tome timo bofoto the a Now York police cap Lucy reachos $10,000 again. Of Breckinridge succeeds in breuk bsr into the sennto his friends will ill! It "Tindication," but what will lie senators call it Why Mr. Cleveland should have lano south to hunt when there is so Bach game in Washington is a Khristmas puzzle. The Atchison Qlobo says: "Dis- sunt your expectations at least bU Mr cent." It is still Hotter, now- ver, to have no expectations. Perhaps it is because of the love that misery has for company that Senator Hill is growin...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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