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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 27 December 1894

B1 ass: ffigjEItSON PITY, MISSOURI. 4 iMttMlID KVrRl THURSDAY ETSMlNO. ;.stv, w , . 1 " IllfiSfiRlfnON. SI. A YEAR. 52.r. I a l4 VttojHeo at Jtjerton City necowl clait matter. t.Jtn. 7, 190. Tuursrlij? Nov. 27. 1804. tlSSOUnt PACIFIC B. B. TIJIB TABLE CIIANOB Or T1MK. ..WESTWABU. 1 .VJ :o"l,ty Express.. Arrives 12:55 p.m ' Lcuves-l lift p.ui (to. 3, Night Express Atrlves ivm a. ut l.mvea li'.JOn.fll, Ko,BI.t.cnl Passenger. AirhwiJl!? - n ... . I.OttVCI WA) Mn.' tfr.iii.urrlp nittreiii;ur.Iiiv i'lOiSO 0.3,Pir Express KABTWA11D. , ' 1 t' , ,.ArrWe335 p.to! Lcavel"2!6lD.iii NhrbtKxpreu. Arrives 3H3 ,1. ni ill, , LOCH) l'MMII P. m ecr. AiiiveS Will) I-cawil':J5 p. i ' W'EUECTI0Nfi0)T8K ' Recount of The Votes Fn vorablo tc Sone, Unofficial information has been gjvon' out by those who wore ro. cgunljng the vote on Inst Thursday by order of Judge Scbackleford, in tho case of Sone vs. Williams, (bat Mr. Sono will have a majority over AVillinms of 85 votes. Of course Williams will contest th...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 27 December 1894

'ror Rel Sip UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middleman, Author of "A Girl in a Thousand," "Scaled by a Kits," "By Fair Means," A-e (This story will not lo ublllu'il lu book-form. Copyrighted, 1891, by Jpnn MliMtcmn....) OHAPTEU IV.- WIIRUI5 HAH HIIH OON15. it lie rang the bell as be had done "Wo have much pleasure In an nouncing t lint tho mnrrlnf;o of Lady Gortrudo Vorpchoylo, only daughter of the Earl of Mulbury, and Mr. Clomont-fiunravon, nephew and heir of SJjr Louis Dunraven, Is fixed for Uto 10th of January. Tho brldo Is beautiful and charming, th'u bride groom handsomb and popular. Tho union of two of tho lending families In the county gives the very grea test pleasure to tho relatives and friends of tho contracting parties. Not one dissentient voice has said them nay, anJ if their wedded life Is as thornlcss as has been the path of roses which has attended their love, no pair In the length and breadth of prosperous England Is I JfVtSTo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 3 January 1895

THE STATE REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1893. NUMBER 4. 7 IV" I? ft W1 11- If 5 IN OUR OWN STATE. SAFE IIOBUBD. The cafe of Furth & Henderson at Morrisvllle, was blown open and robbed of f 1,000. BBVIVAIi IN WABtlENBDURO. The Methodist church at Warrens burg closed a three weeks meeting with 150 converts. SOL PALMER DEAD. Ool. Sol Palmer, one of the oldost telegraphers in the country, died In Bt. Louis. lie was 74 years old. ASSIGNMENT AT BPBINOFIKLD. The Springfield nursery and fruit farm' assigned. Liabilities, (16,000. Q. T. Tipiiln, populist candldato for congress, was manager. TO THY TUB TAYLORS. The trial of the notorious Taylors will be taken up at Oarrollton Jan uary 20th. There will be about 100 witnesses from Milan and Browning. FOUND DEAD. T. B. Wlnbourn, a wealthy stock man of DeKalb, was found dead In his buggy while driving home. His body was seated In the buggy and his hands clutched the lines. TO TAKE UP MISS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 3 January 1895

"iWTVy.!"' ,1.' ' STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON OITV, MISSOURI. Subscription 1'rlcc, $1.00 l'er Year. Thursday, January 3, 1805. J. 0. FISUER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month Ul 00 One-quarter column, 1 mouth 3 uU One-half column, 1 month OIK) One column, 1 month 060 One-quMtir page, 1 montli 17 00 One-lf pace, 1 mouth 32 00 pbrcouut ou yearly eoutiaets. JCovHi, B ccuta pur Hue caeli Insertion The Democratic party ia fully competent to make as groat n moss in trying to tinker tho currouoy as it made in tinkering the tariff. Financial Legislation. Tho message, of Prosidont Clevo land is tho first public document over issued by bim wherein a falter ing, unsteady stand was taken on n great publio question, It is tho first instnnco in which that creat public functionary shows a lack of courage in his own judgment re garding safo legislation on an im portant pttblic question, Tho fact that ho surrendered his judgment to that of tho secretary of the treas ury is of itself ttnli...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 3 January 1895

7' f!tfv. ' 5Sfc 3UpbJttctm TlilTKHKOK CITY, MISHOUM., iWf.LiaiiKD cvim niiisnAY kvenino, ScIinioiTiTnEAR, BAMPL3I OOIPIIES H'JUM'H. ffnterfJ at tht PostoSlce at Jtjjfrton City Mo., an tffoml chut uiUer. (New 8crle, Jan. 7, 1SJ0.I Thursday, January 8, 18U0. JlIHSOUllI PACIrMO H, It. TIME TAUIX CHAISE OV TIS1K. "WESTWAltU No t.Day Kxiiress No. 2,IHy llxpic. Arrives 12:Bjp.m I.riivcn 1 :1" p. m No.3,N1UKxple8,Arr.viu.m No. 5, J.ual l'Meii(!iT. Ariives li: Kreigut,crrlcs )asseiiKu,I.euvo 10:30 H. HI KA8TWAUI). ,.Arrlvc82iX" p.ui Luavcs 2 :uU u.iii Nr.. i. tr.htKiiro. Arrives 213 ...... Leaves 2:13 a. m Ni.. B. Local l'ussewter, All Ives 12:40 Leaves liiw p. m ho'. , It. C. Express Arrives II. 00 a.m. ' Li-avei 3:00 a. in. RVeWlit. rRrilcs DasseiiKcra. Leaves 3 -55 p.m. No. 124, freight, carries pass engers to Osage ouly, S.jua. in Locil passenger trains S and 0 mu Do twoeu St. Louis and Kansas City. No 8 ha through leein to Jopllii. Mo, vl I'lemant 11 lit route ttee reclining chair hii...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 3 January 1895

UNDER THE SHADOW OF GRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean itiddlcmast, Author of "A Girl in a Thousand," "Scaled by a Kitt," "By Fair Means," &o Thla story will not bo published In book-form. Copyrighted, 1884, by Jean Mldiilemass.) SYNOPSIS OK PltKVlOUS CHAITEU8. CiiAPtrnti I and II, slrLnula Dunravon, of Abone Court, Iiiim two nephews, Clement Dunrnifti and ricrco VnuKhnn, Tlio bnro net vlBtii's tho former to marry Lady tier trude Vni.elMiyle,and It Ua eondltlon of lilm learlliK lilm Ills property that lio ohould pro pone toleratonoo. lloeoneuta but 1th a scent orrow, l'leree VauRhan, who la In lmc nlth i.niy tlertrude, determlcuw that lie will dlr-cover the necret of his i-iiumIu, and aei'ldi mally units a note In the follnwlni; term t leurc5t Clem. Tlmiika for your dnrllnif note, I will meet you nt tho ui-unl plaec on Tuesday at dusk Ytur ever loving IIkta . ' ' Clement does as his unele desires Mm, and proposes to and Is aceepted by Ln,l (lertrudG, Pierco VauKh...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 10 January 1895

TBK'Nftir'j Tr. II .2F.1. .N.? wrAU k .k 'W ' THE STATE 1 REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. v W JEFFERSON CITY, COLEOUNTto MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1895. NUMBER 5. MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. The thirty-eighth general asiom bly met In Jefferson City, Wednes day, January 2. For- tbo first time In twenty years the republicans were In the majority. Secretary of State Lesener called the house of roproson tatlves to order and the members were sworn In by W. M. Robinson, the new.ropubllcan Judge. Dr. A. 0. Fetltjohn, of Linn, was made tempo rary speaker receiving 71 republican votes. The 47 democrats voted for J. G. Welnhold, of Perry. W. t. Money was made temporary clerk. The republican caucus selected what was known as the Filley slate. It was a subjeot of some severe legislation. Several cities havo adopted a pro hibitive llcenie tax, but the law makers propose to .carry the war into Africa. Senator Love, of Jack son, It Is understood, will lead tho fight by proposing a general license, law fi...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 10 January 1895

5P3 STATE REPUBLICAN, IJEFFEUSON CITY, MISSOUltl. Subscription Price, St.OU Per Year. Thursday, January 10, 18'Jo. J. C. FJSIIEU, Editor. ADVERTISING KATES. One Inch, 1 innnih yl 00 ; oiic-ipntiter ciiliitiiu, 1 month :i ," Oiic-li.ilt column, 1 month.... ,'. .. (1 no Ono column, 1 mouth II (J One.qmirler page, 1 luontl 1" 00 One-half page, 1 month LI2 UU Discounts on ) curly con tt nets . i Locals, 5 cents per line eneli Inseilloi, Li Lung Cluing will probably bo I willing to call it "emits" with tho I Emperor if ho is allowed to take his head nuil fortune, out of China, Was it to save his employes from I committing tho crime of (lying rich that Andrew Ciuuogio cut their wages u i!.YS" ftuNi - Jiftuttxa jM4U4a- Imako it appear .that they have got Pon tho wrong side of tho bond imir- kot. 1.V8U a mushbuck ought to be I able to understand that the country was badly stuck when the Democrats traded reciprocity for retnlliation. The Populists coufoicuco nt St Louis did dome unwise thing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 10 January 1895

nCFFEUSON CITY, MlSSOUHI. rDfiUSflKD KVIIVl TlfJMDAY EVSMNfl. SUDSGRltTION, $1. A YEAR, -"tf&r. finleml al Postofflce at JfJIenon Gitij Mil, an neryad chin maUtr. NowScclc, Jnu., 1S30.I V Thursday, January 10 1805. This cily 1b .now well provided witktcxeollont firo lioso and ia rondy to light uny conflagration Unit mny hnppou tills way. West Jefl'irson Hems. Judgo Illrzol arrived in tlio city oa tho Ord. for llio purpose of try- itij; Bomo casos Hint wero specially set for him. W. . Smith who with stealing nn overcoat on from Thomas Draper, wa guilty and sentenced lo tidily in jail by Squiic, l'aync. m MlStOUllt I'ACIKIO It. It. TIME TABU'., ' CIIANOK 01' T1SII'.. ' SvKSTtt'AIIII. Nol.Ony IJpres.. Arrive 12s5Jp.ni. u.. ! Vt,.l.t r.Ttir4 Al l ives 12f.il) II. Ill " " t.vMv 12 s!M) a.m. Ko. r,'. i.oinl rntftiilti-i . AiilvtH l'ls2. ..." - l.i nice 12l4i)i.in a. in KAaTWAIlV. No. 2, Day ExpreK....ArrWcs235 p.m ' ' Loaves 2 i&U p. in 4 ' .J'S tlliii1 heaves i:un. in. . '.r So.'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 10 January 1895

re us" IMR THE SHADOW OF GRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middleman, Author of "A dlrl in a Thoutand," "Scaled by a Kin," "By Fair Means," ito (This story will not bo published la book-form. Copyrighted, 18W, by Jean Middlomass.) C1IAFTBB VI. AN UNTOWA11D MKET INO. "You surely do not think that t nm going to sit In Idloness with a hit of white tewing on my lap, ami look out of the window. No, no, Mrs. Ellis, you do not know mo, If you can bolievo It possible" "Well, lass, you aro right to work, you aro young and quite strong. Hut what aro you thinking of doing. Shall you go to service? The hairn will bo a drr.wback, unless you con sent to leavo her with mo." "Nothing will Induce mo to bo parted from my child, his child," and ! the hot. .bfour roao Into Llsbeth Glondhnlng's faco as sho made tills assertion so positively, that tho elder woman, who hart befriended her since she left Coleshlll, knew that it was useless to contradict her. Mrs. Ellis was a kind old lady,...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 17 January 1895

. f , t " - 11 1JQ -1 t STAT REPUBLICAN. 7 .. y VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON OITY, CC MISSOURI, THURSDAY, .JANUARY 17, 1895. NUMBER (. lNfOUR OWN STATE. BIO ROBSK COLLAB WORKS DUBNED. In St. Joseph Friday flro destroyed the horse collar factory of the Wyoth .Hardware and Manufacturing Com pany. " The tkal loss Is estimated at $110,000,fullf Covered by Insurance. It Is supposed the Are statod In the stuffing room, which is always Ut tered with materials. CRUSADE AGAINST DANCING. The churches of Warrensburg have declared war upon all who "dance and have commenced weeding oat their congregations. The session of the Cumberland Presbyterian church dismissed five ladles at Its last meet ing" and other" denominations' will follow suit. The action has created much feeling. BWINE BREEDERS. At Ohllllcothe the Missouri Swine Breeders' Association elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President, S. P. Harris, La Mine; vice-presidents, for Berk shlreB, W. N. Briekoy, Independence; Chest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 17 January 1895

8TATE REPUBLICAN. jrEFJT.lt. .uN CITY, MfS.-fonil. fttibsciipti m l'fi' !? ,l0 I'' 1 V Thursday. January I", liiUJ. j. c. r is in: u, l-uuior. AD EHl'IsiNG HATES. no Inch. 1 itu'iilh ol W Bite-quarter 'liimit, 1 inoiilh Halt Ou-liiilf i eluniii. 1 tnuiith Dim Ane milium. 1 iihmiIIi. . tl fld Oae-iiiinriiT page. 1 inntilh 1" (lit ae-half page. 1 month IIJOU Elfcniinls mi umly fi ui 1 1 sift- . deals. Seen , pet III ii' 1 1 lli'cllh'1,. ASS 1 herel nn dldate fur Hie . III mlstloiier . f Cul ensuing eh i v i.Mi.vr. tint myself a Call- of school c i in county tit tin ,JA. H. l'llOl'TOH. A CUS IS i midintLi in r'niirpsdionnl .n. u.tg of oat' The iv "., A'unUy, IMh hnuich.'H ul llm lnv making' I nwi r hum inw b.vH ill simiiii furl llhotlt tell dtijs. lllillg tlllx ttltlf ! the W"lk of t ll e,s;l,in llll- )im ditt'eiud innteiiall fiom Hint of jiiov ions iisisemblict. lluneoiii, losulti. tioiw mill leeordinakiug (.pecdies mo nil tiecowmry, it would tinpt'Jir, in the orgimiaHtloii of these l...

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. — 17 January 1895

liSSIH :T6 JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUBL roiiLisnED Rvrni rnsnsDAS ev2mno. illr;v snnsnniwinM $t. a yp.ar. 5f. IN ADWHMS9 aAfiT-pr.m COPIES SntcreJ a fA Pottofflce ut Jejferton City iln.,at tcfAwlctaf matter. (New Boric", Jo, 7, 1690,1 Thuisday, January 17 18U5. MUHOL-UI 1-ACIKIO 11. K. T1SIK TAUI.H CIIANUK UV TISI1?. WKSTWAIUI. No 1 ,T)y J4ples.. Arrives 12i;'; p.m. J.fUVl'S 1 ilS p.lll. v.. r.. Ij i hI PnnK'iii'.i i . Ainvi'i- 11:A1 7, ... l.inti'K 12;4ii Ikiii Fteijtlit, carrion pnsiuu;;cis,I.e.'ivu 1U.-JU .a. ui'i tAlilWAllI). No,"2,ly llxprca. . Arrive stsM p.m Leuves 2:60 it, in. JW: 1, Mailt Express. Arrive 11:111 "..,' LciivcsKSl:! a. in. Nu. .0. Luial I'limeluii-r Al lives li:40 i, in. Leaves t:u- p. m. N.V. 8, K, CKxpiusS Ariie'.l."l I .eaten a:UU n. in. Frclgnt, entries piuuteiigcra. Liuvce U-JS l. in . No. 121, frtJ.Kl't, curiles pu-ougi-rs lo Osse only, 'u '" Loo il paseetigi-r i.-dns 5 u.ruu uu- twscu at. Louis mill Rhjis-m tit) No. 3 hai Ihrougli Blccners lo Mo.. Vl. I'PHH...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 17 January 1895

UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middlcmuss, Author of "A dirt ire a Thousand," "Scaled by a Kiss," "By Fair Means," Ac (Thin flory will tint tio publMii-tl In book-form. CopjrrlKMcdi 18M, by Jean Middleman. 1 ClIAlTWi VII KAtmjMl A OIIOST. It Is tlio month of rosea. Glorious sunny Juno. Tlio gardens round Aboyno Court nro rnillant with por fumq nml tlm hoiiHO too Ih lllleil will) sweet fragrance, for Lady GertrwU' worships beauty In nil Its forms, and roses nro her especial passion. Curious old china bowls from almost every known pottery mnnu facturory both In and out of Europe, stand about In unexpected nooks and corners nnd nro lllled ovcrywhoro with the quoon of flowers. But In tho library Is the greatest profusion. It Is Lady Gertrude's fnvorito loom, as it was Sir Louis', perhaps for tho reason that it is tho sunniest In tlio house,"4 mid from It, French windows open on to a terrace, beyond which lies tho lawn and n panorama of fnrtilu sce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 24 January 1895

'Mm-, THE VOLUME XXIV. MISSOURP LEGISLATURE. The general osaombly hits devoted the week largely to committee work. Saturday was spent, at the lnvttatlon of the University curators, In Inspecting that Institution at Col umbia. , , Among new bills Introduced In the sonato this week have been these : -By Basket t: Requiring money appropriated for support of the State University and normal schools to be drawn from the state treasury In monthly Installments. By Garb: Abolishing the office of city collector In cities of the fourth By Gray: Giving sub-contractors V and iaborors right of action on con tractor's bond for labor performed on public buildings. By Buschoi Requiring building and loan associations to publish semi-annual statements. By Keene: Providing for the election of the clerk of probato court in St. Louis. By Mott: Giving justices of the peace In St. Louis jurisdiction in suits to recover taxes. By Love : The cigarette bill, fixing a stato license of $ 1,000 on all deal ers. ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 24 January 1895

TATE REPUBLICAN. 3FFEKS0N CITY, MISSOUKI. Subscription l'rlce, SI. 00 Per Year. Thursday, Jonunry 24, 18ti5. J. C. FISHER, Editor. AUVEKTISING HATES. no tucli, 1 month Ul 00 ffnc-tjiiarlor ciiUirmi, 1 month 3 CO Sue-half columu, 1 month (100 toe column, l month Hot) bne-nunrrer unite, 1 month 17 00 ne-lmlf tae, 1 month 'MW count.1! on 5 early contracts. can, o cents pur line men insoittoL. . ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself a can- lidatc for tho olllce of school com- Imlssloner of Cole county at the ensuing election. JAS. K. l'KOCTOIl. Gnccl Ro.vs. 'I III' Klhll.u convention tllttt WUH recently held in JefloiHOti City, if it accomplished nothing more, is an other straw that is directing tho pub. lie mind townrds n subject thnt needs tho most careful consideration from our statesmen. Tho ininrovii- mout of our roads will do more to ndvanco tho material prosperity of our counties thtm any other improve ment that can bo suggested. No system by which wo cun hopo to hnvo this work ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 24 January 1895

Sift jRpMMitm ?5 OITY, MISSOURI. tynUsnit) Evmi tu-jesda evinino, MiBSCRlWjl.AYEAR, -ir-- I novnttcu ' JTnkreii at the Pottofficc at Jrfietton Oltf . ita.,nn $twulcbuimnitcr. MoirSorlei, Jan. 7, 1990. J)'"Jy. January 24 1805. j , MlSSOUtl rACIKlO B. II, TIHK TABLE, k ' Vr CHANUB 0 TIHK. Ill- .No. &, WICSTWAllU. .Arrives Vi'.itt p.m. l.cnveR 1 Ii. 111. , y, Nliitit Express Arrives umu a. in Local I'n hkchkc'" Arilvcs ll!23 l.me 12:40.iu. i.PieiBUt,currl lifuieiiRtJif.UiuVu lU.liO rT-Ni. 4, Night rlxprems- Arrives 2:13 1 o. in. Leaves 'ilia . m. ' " No. 0, Local Pusseiiuer Al l ives 12:J0 ii .hi. Leaves 1 io. . In. .Isu. 8, K. U.Kxiiierft Aulvesa.lW u.ni. ' ' Leaver V:W u. in. Flelght, carries passengers. Leaves 3 '63 p. in. No. 124, Irelglit, eitrrles pass cngeis lo Usjge only, 8:30 ft. in. Loo.it passenger trains ft anU 0 mu be tween at Louis auU Kaus.is Uity. 'o S hat through sHui'tirs tu J oj.liu. Mo. VU l'lcnsntii Hill loute. 1 Kreo lucliutug cliuir tnrs ou all tlirougli trai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 24 January 1895

y if.i ' i i ii iiwwium iim it" UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middleman, Author of "A Girl in a Thousand," "Scaled by a Kist," "By Fair Meant," Ac Tlil storj- not be publish? J In book-form, Copyrighted, 18M, by Jeon Mlddleniass.) CHAlTElt VIII. A HOHNKT'8 NEST. It troubled Llaboth not n llttlo Hint rIio tihoulil so Inopportunely havo mot I'iorco Vaughan. What might not tbo consequences be, if ho should tell Clement that he had seen her coining out of a restau rant with Sir Miles Herlteley, and yet In truth there was not tho slightest harm In what she had been doing. She had on! once spoken tol'ierco Vnughan on tho occasion ho had called as the cottage 111 Cult-hill, but she knew him very well by sight aud, like Lady Gertrude, she was a little bit afraid of him. Goodness knows they both had very good cause tor fear, but for a vory different c.iuso to any they suspected. They thought him sneer ing and hard, but failed to see that he was also c...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 31 January 1895

TH VOLUME XXIV. STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE qOUNM,) ,'HOURI, THURSDAY, JANUAHY .'11, 181)5. NUMHEH 8. MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. Tho first measure passed by the thirty-eighth general assembly Is Joint and concurrent resolution, No. 3, Introduced by Senator Gash, and authorizes and Instructs the secre tary ot state to forward to tho clerk of the circuit court ot DoKalb county the notarial bond of Isora T. Atter berry upproved March 21, 1892. There are a number of suits fending In peKalb county on Atterberry's bond and tbe bondsmen claim that their names wero forged. Atter berry became involved In crooked transactions by which ho secured about $100,000 and Is said to bo somewhere In South. America. "A r ".ft S' "."I iPr 4f f., ate, killed tho bill to repeal the corrupt practices act. It was almost unanimously postponed In definitely. The committee on criminal Juris prudence reported favorably tho bill reducing the tlmo for challenging Juries In cilmlnal cases Irom forty eight to...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 31 January 1895

jammhvae act; iff I3U STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFKKSOX CITV, MISSOl'HI. subscription l'rlec, 81.00 Per Yi'nr. the Bridge. j fhe Legislature. Tin- bn'ird f.f directors of llio I Tho prcvnllng opinion among tlio JfffiT.on l'Hy llri.lgi. mid Tuinsit nbservliur people of tho state Is that Company have clod the contract j u,e h.ghlahiro Is carrying out Its fen thy construction of n draw hrnl n ij,i,uura in i.wiiovi lutuuii ill ti uw Thursilay, January !tl, 18'J.j. J. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVEHTISINO KATES. One Incli. 1 innntli Ul 00 ne-uuaitpr cohiniu, 1 niontli !! u( One-half column, 1 niontli ti (XI 0D9 rnliiiiiu, 1 month H Ml aa-iiiiancr nairn, 1 mouth ..17 W at a cot of about 25,000 less than the cost of tho high bridge. The Company hail Its engineer, Mr. Wad iU'11 of Kansas City, make Ills very best estimate on the cost of this hiiilge, tmd the contract ptlcc Is nliout the cost estimated hy the en gineer. Mr. Tolloclf, who will lulld this lithlge. is nni! of the most iiicccslful One-half p...

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