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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 March 1895

I' - -4 . - - '''If ft 'J - ilf-: . ( " t r - .'X ' k.1? 2f& it ye." sss-t iff? . JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. rtUlUSIIED KVIM TU311SDAV EVWINO, SUBSCRIITION, $1. A YEAR, -IN nOVAMOH Bnlereit at tht PottoHce at Jejenon Oily Uo at tenoml thin mtttir, Noit Setlei. Jau, J, leoo.J Thursday, March 14, 18U5. MlSUltl I'ACUIO U. 11. TlilB lAllIX CIIANOK DV'TIStK. "(V KST W'x 1 1 1) Ku4,Dy Express. .Arrives li:5i i.ui. i.ein uit 1:15 1. id. Koi'Di Nlulit KxlirOn Arrive U-ilU a, m , ,- Louies UtiiUu.ni. No. 4,' l,uiul tWinner. Aiil I'lifi (I. IllV l.cuiw liiiuu.ui. rruiglil,cairius paii;;ui,lcio I"")0 ik. in. ' .; fc.aiWAUl. No.Hi!,tiay KxptMit.... Arrlvc4i33 p.m J.vYug 2:60 ii.lii. Nut, .1, Mailt BxpraM. Arrival tllld U, I,,, L.VUVU iltlJ it. 111. o. 0, Lui'iil rukfccnger, AilUc liirto U (,,. i-l'ltVOA liio 1". Ill- hu. 6, K- O.Kxiuia ArllVtkU.UUaiiu. . lAUVl'l (I.IU 11. III. Freight, umrleliifcki;liKVIb l.eu ub ; lu. 124, height, ciuilis piif- jfegeia lu VKV u"0 i '" laioii imuvurr tr.dun ...

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. — 14 March 1895

tit, Sit UNDER THE SHADOW OF GRIME; Ok Thh Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean tlUUUcmass, Author of "A Girl fit a Thoutand," "Scaled by a Kht," "By Fair Means," tc Tbl torj will not to fuMlslieil In book-form. Copyrighted, Ml, by Jean MlddlomaM. C'llAITKIt XV. AMID Till! DAMP KIIADK8. Plorcu VntiKlinn looked very whlto hb lui stepped out of tlio London express cm to the platform of tlio rnllwny Btntlon tit Coloslilll. IIIh tliln lips wero closed tljjlitly, his lint wns llrmly not on his head, Ills cont vnn tightly buttoned nml so indeed It well illicit be, aluco in tho bread pocket wns tlio certificate of the marrlngo of Clement Dtmraven and Iilflbyth alcmllnnliiir) which had been forwarded hi duo course by Mr. Sin gleton. Although Pierce Vaugh.au looked determined ho was ccrtalnl.v preoc cupied for he did not speak to, or lako any notice of, the fetation mas ter with whom hu was usually on1 lather familiar terms, having known him for years. It was so noticeable that tills officia...

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. — 21 March 1895

THE STATH REPUBLICAN. s . i VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON OITY, COLElJNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1893. NUMBER 10. MISSOURI LEGISLATURE The house passed a measure In regard to aliens, and to restrict their rights to acquire and hold real estate. The bill was Introduced early In the session by Dr. Ohoate, of Bates county, and It encountered rough weather at every stage of progress, from tho time It left the Judiciary committee, with an unfav orable report down to tho last roll call that gave It the sanction of mnro than a constitutional majority of the members of the house. The bill provides that a non-resident alien, firm of aliens, or corporation Incor porated under the laws of any foreign country, shall not be capable of acquiring title to or holding any land or real estate In thls-state, by descent, devise, purchase or other wise, except that the heirs of aliens, who havo heretofore acquired lands In this state under the laws thereof, may take such lands by devise, or descent, an...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 March 1895

v. STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription I'rlcc, $1.00 Per Year. Thursday, March 21, 1695. J. 0. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month .ul 10 One-quarter column, 1 mouth 3 AO One-half column, 1 month 6 00 Ono column, 1 month 0 Ml One. quarter page, 1 month. ......17 00 One-halt page, 1 mouth 32 00 DlicounU on yearly contracts. Locals, 6 cents pur line eaeh Insertion. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of school com missioner of Cole county at the ensuing election. Jas. R. Pboctok. We arc authorized to announce the name nf W. S. Hastings a candidate for the oftlce of SchoolBummlssloner of Cole county. We are authorized to announce John G. Leslie as n candidate for re-election to tho office nf Countv Commissioner of l'ublic Schools of Cole County, at the school election on Tuesday, April, 2, 1835. Republican City Ticket. For Mayor, Jl'LirS II. CONHATH. For Marshal, EMIL SMITH. For City Attorney, CONRAD WALDECKER. For Po...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 March 1895

lEFFEllSON CITY, MISSOURI ruBLiaiiKD xvrBi tujiisdat evxniho. SUBSCRIWION, $1. A YEAR, o!5J.o. Enteral at the PottojUc at Jcjenon Oltu Mo., at tecuml elm$ matter. Nw8erl8, Jd.7,18'J0.) Thursday, March 21, 1895. 1D xlisouiii rACicio n. u. tisib taui.e. CHANGE OK T1MK. WESTWAUD. Ho l.Iy Kxire.. Arrives 12:35 p.m. leaves lilii i.m. No. a, Ntjxlit Kniire Arrive 12:30 n in Leave 12 :ao.m. No. 8, I.ouil lBSfU(ier. Arilves 11:23 p.m. Leaves 12:40 i.ni. Freljrlil, curries aBsen?er, Liuvti 10.0 a. m. EJ.STWi.UD. Ho. 2,ly Kiipi .... Arrlves4:35 p.m .Leuvea 2:60 p.m. No. , Slgut Express. Arrive 2:U Leaves a:ia a. in. lu. U, Local 1'utfcCiiKCI. Annua U:M ji in. ' ' Leave 1 : p. iu. iu'. b, K. C.Kxples AirlVeoiJ.OOu.lli. ' Leave b:0U a. In. Freight, carries pateuuger. Leave a -b., p. iu. No. 124, height, amies puss ener lo Oouge onl) , H "U a. in, Local passcuger li'.ilns 6 and U luu lie- tvreen tit. Louis auU hituauo tiny. ho. 1 hut through sleeper ti Joplln, Mo. via riiaisnt Hill iouid. rtf ro...

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. — 21 March 1895

UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middleman, Author of "A OM in a Thoutand," "Sealed by a Kitt," "By Fair Steam," i-c. (TMi lor.v will not !P imbllttinl In book-form. Copyrighted, 184, bj Jean Middleman. 1 CIIAlTXIt XVI. COWAHI1 CONSCIENCE. "Gooil (Iraclous, Pierce, wliat on enrth lias mntlo yon solcct such a spot us tills In such outlier (or a rendezvous? Why did jou not come up to tlio house? You hnve become very mid itud whimsical In your ways," "Orucsonu', li-u't HI" answered Vauglian, who oven liked the storm nnd liN jirescnt surrounding les than did Clement Ditnraven, who was accustomed to bo out In till sorts of weather. "Yes, Isn't It gruesome," he re peated, "but perhaps the mbjeet 1 want to discuss with you is homcwhat of the fiuno type. Anyhow It won't bear witnes'es. I wonder if there are anj uboul?" And nutwHIiMamllng the heavy rain ho went to the entrance of this secluded iot, from whence he could pe lor some distance, and dlscovere...

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. — 28 March 1895

It 7.' . H1- - THE STATE VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE C MISSOURI LEGISLATURE, monod, they must be taken from the companies and building and loan , . eligible list selected by county courts associations to the felony provisions Tie senate surprised every one, or Jury commissioner. Passed. of the banking law for accepting Itself Included, by passing the Julian ' House bill requiring notes and slm- deposits when such Institutions are house bill, providing for the sale of liar evidences of indebtedness to be in a falling condition. Lost. frn n nlil.nn 'Pha flM IAH b' . v nn .1 1 .1 , .... ..... .u,.,uurulI, "j mo assessor wnon listed .House bill empowering tho rail- for taxation. Lost. road commissioners to establish rates UUDB uin iimumg indebtedness of for the shlpmont of perishable uurpurauuns mj iuu umes tne paid-up freight. Loit. capuai siocic. rassed. uon0 memorial resolution asking ooouiD uui axnonoingino dramshop ' congress for a suitable appropriation law to as to obviate ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 March 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. fcflwiftrJi5 :" 47HMxsOTBBBran .WK St . . -'( -.'in, , ' -' "- i ijL ' '" ''l",lwlMMM..')A77i-'..'it'- , Caro for ueaaacue. - , - - v-srag "janxXn-.. '.--v JBFFEKSON CITY, MISSOURI, Snbicrlptlon 1'rlcc, $1.00 Per Year. Thursday, March 28, 1895. J. 0. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month vl 00 One-quarter column, 1 month 3 61) One-halt column, 1 month 6 00 One column, 1 month D DO sa.quarter page, 1 month 17 00 as-half page, 1 mouth 32 00 Discounts ou yearly contract) . Local i, 6 cents per Hue eaeh liuerlloi.. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself a can didate for the offlce of school com missioner of Cole county at the ensuing election. Jas. R. I'roctoh. We arc authorized to announce the name of W. S. Hastings a candidate for the dike of School commissioner of Ctjlc county. V Republican City Ticket. For Mayor, JULIUS II. CONRATH. For Marshal, EMIL SMITH. For City Attorney, CONRAD WA1DECKEH. For Police Judga, ADAM ROUTZONG. For Assessor, THEO. E. S...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 March 1895

7 S3tvifwnEiTEitsoN city. Missouri. - - . ' . . V SUBSGEUFnON SI, A YEAR, BDvJtflC aTnMrtd a( (A Pottofflet at Jejtrton City ilo.t ni isvsowf oliui matter. Mw8erli,Jn. 7,1800.1 TburtrUy, March 28, 1895. if'' 1 sr -t. V- Museum rxcirio n. it. tiiik tablb. CHANGE OV TIM It. - -WICSTWAttll. No l.Ur Kxiirew.. Arrives 12:53 p.m. Leaves 1:15 p.m. No. 3, Nlijlit Express Arrives 11:30 a. 111 ' Leave 12:30 a. lu. No. 6, Local Tasseniter. Arrives li:23 p. in.- Leaves 12:40 p.m. Freight, oarrles passeuKers, Leave 10:30 a. ui. '. , ICAaTWAUll. ..Arrives 2:33 p.m Leaves 2:50 H.ui. i, A'lubtKxpress. Arrives 2:13 ui. leaves a.io . ui. . B. Local 1'asseiiKer. Aiilve 12:10 No. 2,lay express. My. RAILROAD MEETING. ilf'' in. Leaves 1 :55 u. m H. K. O.Kxuress Arrives 3.00 tt.ui Leaves 3:00 a. inr Fn-ljrht, carries paseeugei s. Leaves 3 -50 TsL'.li, lrelglit, carries pass euuers lo Usage oul)', o.ua. in. Local passenger tralus 5 aud 6 ruu oe- twsen St. Louis and Kausas OUy. No. t'has through alocpere 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. — 28 March 1895

UNDER THE- SHADOW OF GRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middleman, Author of "A Girl in a Thousand," "Sealed by a Kits," "By Fair Meant," it-c. Thl storj will not be published In book-form. CopjtIkMocI, 1804, by Jean Mlddtemasa.) CI1APTKR XVII. A MAltK'H NKHT. When Jim Glcmllnnlng readied LIbeth'B cottnuo it wn of course, to And nB Pierre VniiRlinn had found before lilm that oho wan absent, and that gentleman, on making bin exit, had loft tlio kitchen window wide open, Jim had not the slightest scruple about entoiliiK by this means; havlnji done no ho dropped Into tlio llri-t chair ho aw and laying bin bead on tho tablo went to Bleop. Ho had not jet Hhaken off the cffeetH of alcohol, and mm cover the day wns exceedingly hot and Biiltrj . For quite half an hour ho plepl thus and then woke, with a stretch and yawn, to swear at Llsboth for her absence as his picdecesor had done. Tho place was wretched without her, no tiro in the kltclum and conse quently no food, and Ji...

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. — 4 April 1895

H.H'S'-i ' "ju ' 1 HTL fit THE 7 STATS REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLEl fTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, Al'RIIi 4, 1895. NUMBER 17. NEW LAWS IN MISSOURI 1 . ; IS is-- Er Secretary of State Lesucsr for1 nlshos tbo followlngT.complete Hat of tho titles of bills and Joint resolutions passed by the thirty-eighth general assembly. Tho dates of approval of 11 bills that have reached the office of the secretary of state are given. Bills with emergency clauses are In dlcated by tho letters "E. 0." w Senate bill 54. An act creating and establishing the thirtieth Judicial circuit of tho state of Missouri, and designating the time of holding conrt theroln, and providing for the ap pointment of tho Judge thoroof. Approved February-0, 1805. Establishing tho thirtieth Judicial circuit and providing for tho ap . polntment of the Judge thereof." S. B. 00. An act to amend section 6002, chapter 03, Devised Statutes, 1880, entitled "Juries, Grand aad Petit." Approved February 23, 1805. Persons ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 4 April 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFENSON CITY, MISSOUM. ubscrlptlon 1'rlcc, $1.00 Per Yenr. Thursday, April I, 1805. J. C: FlSlIElt, Hililor. ADVKKTISINCJ NATES. ft iih One tiu'lii 1 i n i n t li . . . Onc-uumlcr column, 1 inoiili one-lmit cuiinnu, i nuiiiiu... One column, 1 iiiuiitli Ono-ipnutcr page, 1 month.. One-half page, 1 month Discount on leailv contiacts Local, 6 coins per Hue each biertloi HO Ml li IKI '. Ml 17 I'll J i W It appears that illsinnrck still has few enemies In Geuunny. It must be Unit grace has Tam many us it isn't possible for tammany to have grace . It will be noticed that the tultulnis trillion isn't making any jingo tie maud:) of England. Gov. McKinley's southern trip is n vcrtiable liiglitniate to many Dent ocratie editots. GeMuany collects Si'U.OOO.OOO in come tax, only thoto having less than WO murks (about S-'l l) a year being exempt. Some pn pie arc simple enough to wonder why a newspaper gives more prominence to a church row than to ft revival. Tne Democrat may h...

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. — 4 April 1895

if PS..'' v VVl "' git JUpttMfcc: tut. JEFFERSON OITY, MISSOURI. PDDMsnitD ivrnt rnsnaDAY evkniko. S0BSCR1ITI0N, $1. A YEAR, -IN HDVAMCa ntcrecl at the I'ostojlct at Jejjerion City Mo at tecowl chut maUtr. Nevr Betlea, Jon. T. IB'JO.J Thursday, April I, 1893. Missouri rAciKio it. it. timk taiii.i:. CJlANtlK OK-T1ME. WKSTWA1ID. Ho l.Day Express. .Arrives 12:"" p.m. Lcates 1 :1" V'Ul. No. a, Night Kxprcss Arrives 12:31) a. lu l.mlcUl3Ulilll. No. IS. Local I'Rsr-cuircr. Anlt 11:45 irr.ii.fiii.rHrrli.il iia8entrur. l.u.ivo lll.'ill) B. ID. EASTWAUU. .. Arrive 2:33 p.m Leaves !i:t0 u.tn 1. N'lirbtKxDresa. Ainves 2:13 m ' Leaves tslJ a. m u. Local l'aeseimer. AilKco 12:10 lu. i Leaves 1 :." p. in. a, K. O.Kxprees Aiilves -1-1)0 u. In Frr-lirht. cttiilcsiiasscuucis. LinAc 36i - - n . p.m. Ho. Hi, Height, carries pate- .. No, S, Day Express. No. a. Nu enelo to Uoi.gu oulj , SitiOa. in Local passenger trains 6 and 0 mil uo- No. ha through ileo.cr to Jojillu, Mo, vift iMrntBiit 11111 route. V...

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. — 4 April 1895

Ma UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Or The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. Hy Jean StUUlltmaM, Author of "A Girl in a Tlioutand," "Sealed by a Kilt," ' "Uy Fair Meant," tc. (This story will not be (lubllohpil In book-form. Copyrighted, 18M, by Jean MMdlemass. will be horo In an hour or two, per haps before, tlioro is a train In about now." Suddenly alio opened tlio door ami called "Murcliison, If Mr. Vauglian comes don't let him lmvo nny luncheon, toll him Miss Delano whiles to speak to him llrst." "Oh, Lady Marcla, you nro too bad. I wish I had never come," and Klvlra was halt crylnc. "Nonsense, nonsense, child. Hero tie this crimson bow for mo. You must learn not to give way to fan cies, oven though you nro In lovo with this errant Vaughan. Cheer up, Mousle, and look your brightest. That mauvo suits you admirably, l'crhapa ho will proposo to-day; but, my goodness, Klvlra, what will Sir Miles nay?" "I don't want Mm to propose! 1 don't care what Sir Milu think." sobbed Elvira now fairlv brok...

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. — 11 April 1895

St to" w THE STAT VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE,' THE EXTRA SESSION. v Governor Stone Issued the follow ing proclamation calling an extra Bcsolon of the Missouri General As sombly to convono on Tuesday, April 33, 1805 t For a number of years the state has been disgraced by an organization and salaried lobby, maintained by special Interests at the capital during the sessions of tho general assembly for tho purpose of Influencing logis muvu acuon. encouraged oy a seeming lack of public resentment at their presence, and emboldened by repeated successes, thoso lobbyists have from year to year Increased lu numbers, Influence and audacity, until they have become an almost dominating lorco In legislation. So confident have they grown In their strength, and so potent in Influence, that they now ply tholr vocation almost without dlsguiso in defiance of public authority and in utter con tempt of public opinion. It has come to pass that almost every Important measure of legislation must un...

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. — 11 April 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. JKFFKKSOX CITY, MISSOU1U. Subscription l'rtcc, S 1.00 l'er Year. Thiitsrtay, April 11, 18!K. J. C. 1' IS II Ell; Editor. ADVHHTISING liATKS. One Inch, 1 month y1 I'll Onc-quiti tor column, 1 tumuli II ,M) Oiio-tialf column, 1 mulilli (I til) Odd cuIiiiiiii, 1 month !i .Ml Oactpiarlcr page, 1 i Ill 17 IK) Ono-luilf page,. 1 liiinilli iKl Discount on yemly contincts. Locals, 5 cents pur Hue each lnseitloi.. The first of April I Id danger of losing Its ohl mitno ami of going down to history as lllsmarek's ijay. Strange But True The power of tlio money center lias never before In the hUtory of this country been so potently exer cised as within the Inst thirty days. There. Is always much said about tlio power of money In a geucr.il way. and conspiracies adopted by great II nanclal institutions to bring ait mt re sults beneficial to thtmseves, lint it Is r.ire that tlio public has an open dem onstration of thctiuthfiilncs, of the charge. Tlio action, therefore, that make...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 11 April 1895

I TEFFERSON OITY, MISSOUKL rnBLlSHED EVtBt T1IJHBDAY EVJtNmd. SUBSCRll'l'ION, $1. A YEAR, nUiSU n(red at tht. Pottofflct at Jtfimon City &to., n tecomt clu matter. Nw8ile, Jnu.7,1690.1 Thursday, April 11, 1895. MIlBOUM TACIIflO K. II. HUB TAUI.K, CIUNOB OV TI1IK. WKSTWA11D. No l.Day Kxiircss.. Arrives 12:55 p.m l.nuves 1 :1" P.in No. 3, Night Kxpress Arrives Vi:M u. m I.i'uvlm l'JS ::i0 a.m. Nor 6 1 Local rH5iitcn AnlVte li!23 Krviirlit, curries tu0Kir kiuvo 1U;30 A. m. bJlbtwaiiu No. 3, Day Kxpress No ..Arrives 2:35 p.iu l.envcs:J:50l.tll a. vUlitKxnniM. AIUVU 2:13 ...B . , . w..'. ii' I .in-ill l'msseliitu Allium 12:41) ,, ui l.iw i:-5 P. ", ir...i..i.i ..arili misseiiucrs. LeinesJ'M ""'h r Mo.'l24,liellit, curries pam-eiineKloOMKeoiil)-, b.JUB. m LochI iiasscuger ir.ilus 0 mid 0 ruu uu- tween at. Luli ua Mum 'ty So. lias through Bleci'crt to Jollii, Mo .In IM mailt Hill tUUlt). 'fe rccllolutf cliircar oil nil throagli tralm. LliUAMON UltAMCII, No. 1.U lenre a Jcflcraon City A...

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. — 11 April 1895

UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Ok The Mystery oh Clement Dunraven. By Jean MlthUcmatt, Author of "A QM in a Thousand," "Sealed by a Kits," "By Fair Meant," Ac. (This ntnry will not lie published In book-form. Copyrighted, irat, by Jean Middleman. 1 CHAXTKIl XIX. TIIK IllHTH OK TIIK 1IKIH. Tlio bells of Coloslilll clmrcli woro ringing n merry pcnl, Hugs woro flying from scyeral liousos In tlio town nml moat of tlio Inhabitants woro BtaiulhiB Idly about In groups poBelplng. It was ovlili'iit soino ovont of much local Importance was onKrosalnp general attention. A hoy had been born to tho houso of Dunraven. It was tho Urst time for eight gonoratlons that there hail beon n dlroct heir and "May ho live and prosper," was tho genoral cry. Tho Dunravens had always been very popular with tho Coloslilll peo ple and tho present possessors of Aboync Court wero not less so than their predecessors. Lady (Icrtrudo had made herself tiulto a reputation for good works and kindly words and as tor Sir Clem...

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. — 18 April 1895

V THE STATE I REPUBLICAN. VOLUME. XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1895. ' ,- it . NUMBER 10. INCOME. TAX DECISION. Chief Justice Falter himself read the decision of the United States supreme court In the Income tax cases. He began by stating the exceptions to the law as made by counsel for the appellant as follows: 1. That the act Imposes a direct tax in respect of the real estate, rents, Issues and profits as well as ot the Income and profits of personal property and not being apportioned Is in violation ot section 2, article I, ol the constitution, 2. That the law, If not Imposing a direct tax, is nevertheless unconstitu tional in that its provisions are not uni form throughout the United States and do not operate with the same forco and effect upon the subject of the tax, wher ever found, or in that it provides exemp tions in favor of individuals and co-partnerships while-denying all exemptions to corporations having similar Income derived from lik...

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. — 18 April 1895

iiiiiiiMmiBvnii iiiiiiiii"iiim-a?OTanm - 1 i - '"" ' ' ' - " ' 1 ' ' ' ' m- STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFKHSON CITY, MISSOUItl. Subscription l'rlcc, SI. 00 1'er Year. Thursday, April 18, 1805. J, C. F IS 11 Ell, Mitor. AUVEI.TISLNO HATES. One Iik'Ii, 1 month c1 IK) Ono-ipi:uter column, 1 inoiitli II fill Ouc-li.ilf column, 1 munll t; 00 no column, 1 limutli !' !l) Onc-ipiuiter page, 1 immlh 17 00 no-bulf pii;;o, 1 month 32 Ult DlbCnlllltr on jemly Colli incts. Locals, u ccuis per llnu each 1 tist-i tlol. Anolhor "letter Unit never etiuic" tliut containing Spain's apology fur firing on tun Alliauca. Jinny women size up a man's liber ality by the Easter outlining of his wife mill daughters. Wo refuse lo believe that voles were bought in the Ai Kansas legisla ture as low as SlUO each. Mr. Cleveland has iiulte enough to answer for uithout charging him with being si drui hard, as a Massachusetts Methodist minister lately did. Secretary Gresliani has not yet apologized for having, in the absence...

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