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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 23 May 1895

,4"' nSFFEBSON CITY, MISSOTJItf. HHJLISIUvD KVtnl lUJIlSDAT HVI.NINO. ' SUMMON, $1. A YEAR, IN-AuwnNca Kiittnd at Hie I'ottupke ut Je.ttton CU) Mii.t ilff tronl cliitt little''. IMtftv derm. Jau. !, low. I Thursday, May 23.18H5. MI1SOUIII l'ACIKIO II. It. TIMK TAHLK. CUANtllC lit' TIMK. WhSTIVAItll. Nu 1 , 1 h i:iled.. Arrive 12l" p. m". l.eiiien 1 :! li. in No.:i, Nl'hl KxiiruMAinviM U.aoii.iu ' l.eu- 12:0 ii.iii. No. R, l.tuil li n-i'hj-cr. Aiuvis p. Hi. I.unur HIM I'.l"' iSu.r,ni,C!iiilcr. I'liM-tiiyeii', 1.1-hvb 10:311 ii. in. LA&'lWAltl). Nu. Hil'ul Bxiirwiii...Airivua;:iS i.ni t,nve82:Ml p.m. No. 1, Night Kxiiiess. Arrive 2:13 a. in. Loaves ail.'i a. m. '.Nu. n, Local l'aeisciiLer. Aillles 12:10 p in. Leaven, lioj p. 111. No'. 8, K. C.HxiiieHSAillVcsU.OOii.lii. Leaves 3:00 u. in. 1 1 eight, cm rles imsnt'iigem. Leaves! 3 ! li. in. o. 121, Height, cuiilis ,.. el geio to Usage ouii , b.Jua. 111. Local mi!iigiT inline 5 mill 0 run uc- ttvucii SI- l.un i nud Kansas Uil . So. J...

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. — 23 May 1895

V State Republican. nVVBBSOH OITT MIBSODlU. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL UNDER THE SHADOW OF CRIME; Ou The Mystery of Clement Dunraven. Written fortfals paper ly nr. It K. Hlnde. ! jiimw on Tin: ciioss. Mnrk xv.22S7. The Cirsnr-fearlntf Nlntn Anally yielded, and tho fatal order wns l.sued( "I, miles, ; oipedl cruccm" "do, pnldter, prepare tlio croaa, and the cruel work licpnm "Death by the cronn wns the most terrible nnd tlm nuwtdreflded nnd shameful ptinhh meut f ontlqulty a punishment the name of which, Clceru tell un, should never ernno near the thoughts, tho eyes or ears uf n Rom ft u citizen far 1cm Ids person. Alexan der the Oreat adopted It In Palestine from the Phenlelans, after tho defence of Tyre, which he punished by crucifying two thous and citizens, when the place f-urrndered It was the punishment Intllctei' by heathen Isnu which know no compassloo orretereuee for man as man, on tho worst criminals, on highway robbers, rebels nud slaves, For tho Jews to crucify h Jew, Indeed would...

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. — 30 May 1895

S.V hit. THE STATE JREPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. CARLISLE ON SILVER. Tins 8B0RETARY Of TUB TREAa UBY OIVBS HIS VIEWS ON FBEB OOINAOB. Secretory Carlisle addressed a luge crowd t Covington, Ky.( May 20. Among other things he said the following: "There u never In our whole his tory one-tbird as mnch legal-tender silver in nse in the United States at one time as there Is now. Silver Is not demonetized in this country, bnt its coinage has been so limited and regulated by law and the financial at fairs of the Government have be4 ;ie'MMttM' thai up to" the present IjlMszrAaTwen1 preserved and its circulation to a large amount has been maintained concurrently with other forms of money, notwithstanding It has been coined at a ratio which does not con form to the real value of the metal contained in it. The question pre sented to us by the agitation now going on is whether the mints of "the United States shall be thrown open to all the silver In the world that an Individual or corporation may de...

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. — 30 May 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUU. 8ut)scrlitlon Price, SI. 00 Per Year. Thutsihiy. May :io, isa.". . 6'. 1-'IS1I1!11, V.dilor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch. 1 month De-ipinrter column, 1 mtnilli. One-linif column. 1 month... One minimi, 1 month OHC-iiwittcr page. 1 montli.. One-hull page, 1 montli UlH'oum on j cany coniiacii. Locals, 4 cents per line c.ich lu.urliui. 4 (0 :t so , !l .ill The Uubatt revolution ptudeptoni leva lu lust nil Minimer, it it Ioui'ir, Tho biipieinu ciinit hns i-etllod tho iticomo tax ijitcsliot. fot ., jng tituo to come, it uot,,f0r nil time. ' CotiMMovdy is a jewel tlnit is eon picumt, for its absence fiom tho -Jjeruul ndornmeut of ninny prutni nsnt Democrats. Hoke Smith's happines-i over tlm f 10,000 miliond fco has been in ersasod by the arrival ot :i hct git babv at his house. Aillai Steven-on mut bo loitiff bis hold on thu Illinois diher Pemo cratn, who ato reported to list o been negotiating with niu-ther man to load thsm. ' ' Tho ti iot'o of ...

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. — 30 May 1895

'Si ft;. a sc. rsfFKusoN city, missoum. MJULlsllED EVIBJ -TlnflWA EVXHINO. SUBSGRilTiON, $1, A YEAR, -IN-H0VAMCB V V Enttred at tht I'ottojflce at Jejenon CUtf iln., an kcdhiI c.in matter, (Now Berlin, Jati. 7. lsno.l Thursday, May 30, 1895. f -XTI ,.' " ' Leaves 2 :13 n. n. 'ft ' . Mitsount i'Aciria it. jt timr tawx CIIAMIK Of I'lMK. WESTWAttll, No 1, Day tSxiiroiis . . Arrl v" 12:"i p.m. Leave 1 tli ii.in. No. 3, Nlj,ht Kxprom Arrive u. in J.cnet 12::!0 n.iii. Nn. n, I.f-cnl l'ltuM'tircr. Arilvin l-i:2."i p. in. LciHca 12:4t)p.in. PrelKliiicnirlcn piuw-ciijji-iM'Oftve 103 0 a.m. No. IS. Local I'tietcimer Aulves 12:10 p in, Leaves 1 : p. ni. Nul 8, K. C.Kxpiesu Alike 3.00 ii.m. Leave 3:00 a. in. Freight, carries iwMougcrs. Leaves 3 '3" p. in. Mo. 121. lrelpjit, cmrleS lns- eiigcrs to Os.i(?e only, SiJUa. in. Local passenger trains 5 iinil 0 run be tween Ht. Louis aud Kansas City. So. has through lecicr to .loptlu. Sfo. tU l'lrntnut'ltill ionic. ;.rre reclining chair cur on nil llir...

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. — 30 May 1895

eir"Wreiei - . . , Vftia state REFi SHADOW OF CRIME; - - - JEFF13HSON OW'Y, -Y of Clement Dunraven. Subscription I'flcc, $t.0( Tlnirstltiy, JIny W,A aM in a Thoutand," "Scaled by a Kits," V.FISIIEU, lUir Mean,," &c ADVKUT1SINU Hjok-torm.. 1 month... Copyrighted, 1894, by Jean Middleman. I Ann 1 tn-li uc-iiunrti'r column, t '"oney one-linn cuiuimi, i iuumu OllC Colllllltl, 1 lIHHllll Tp bUt Onciiuntlrr lull?!'. 1 iUitlI! i0 Dlaonunta on early con locuU, i coins lur llno10 Court - - -y wero Tho Cuban rovolut'jotm nml leua 10 1ml aU.iit; to make ttie irtci) ot Nnturo boautltnl. In nil external seeming, peace relgnod In tboao quiet Rlados, but "Poacoj oh, Vlrtuo, peace is all tblno own," ana tbo outwnril Boera. ing ot harmonious calm was scarcely In unleon with tbo Inner feelings ot more than ono of tho dwollors In that fair anil lovely country. No Incident of startling importance had occurred since the trial. Klvlr.i Delano wa8 slowly recovering, but much to Mr. Delano's regret, Dr...

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 June 1895

nix? ;t $5 TOE -STATU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNITY, MISSOURI, TIIURSDAV, JUNE (i, 189.-). NUMBER L'G. TO THOSE WHO WORE THE BLUE. Tbo chief celebration of Decora tlon Day was at Gen. Grant's grave In Riverside Park, New York. Gov, "McKlnley, ot Ohio, delivered the oration. He said, among other things: "While the day Is devoted to the dead. Its lessons are Intended for the living. Standing about this tomb dedicated to the nnconqnerable Grant, the first soldier In the repub lic since Washington, whose name jf.recsIJtlbe nasi hallowed and heroic greatest uisnrln our history. I am sure that we are made better men and better cllixens and onr great government made stronger and more enduring. This spectacle, the flags f) atid songs and flowers, the children ofsthe schools, the presence of the war snrvlvorB, tbo rising monument, must All us with nobler thoughts and lift us to a higher and bettor piano of patriotism and citizenship. The true purpose of the day will h...

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. — 6 June 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. ssc-n 111 - - - J i -Ttni k.hi'iii1' .m 'Yr.a'iT?nff -.J:..:. M nr'1i Swin. "fi-rr-mr " JWra Subscription Price, 81.00 lcr Year. Thursday, Juno (i, 18'J5. J. C. FISllEli, Mitor. ADVERTISING RATES. Ono Inch , 1 month Ul (KJ One-iinnrtiT column, 1 month !1 fill OiiH-liulf i-uliiiiiu, 1 iiioiitli U,0U Unu ciilinun, t month ! Ml Uuo.iiuuilrr mj;t! , 1 iiiu'ntli 17 0U One-hHlt imgu, 1 month MW Discounts uti jourly I'uniiiii'ta. Locals, 6 cents icr line cue li InsiMtlui.. This Standard Oil Company will tec that Ilia Whitney boom duos nut lack lubricants, if " Hilly " gives the wink. When it comes to killing, the Democratic silver figln in Kentucky cannot lie put in the tame class with the Kentucky family feiul. Silver tho Issue. Tho act that free coluago ex isted for ono hundred years prior to 18711 ought to bo sufficient roason why It should bo reinstated to tho exact psoltlon It hold tip to that time. Tho Republican party has claimed to bo in ...

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. — 6 June 1895

Wm : 1 yarn ruBLlllKD EVltll TUJllSDAY KVXHItlO. & SflRSfiRIKriON. SI. A YEAR. N B-tVMl?X.Tn OOFIICS TOBim tnierid at Ms I'oHojlu at JtJtr$ot Cttf Mil., ni senviid cti matter. NW tiorloi, Jan. 7, 18u.i Mi: jflftflW.ET.i'f -w iesaF Mlssount HHKp X' ' w4x.V.Za, ' .' ki3if ? 1 ' '1 1 ill II III III lip i S - ' ' 3Tifp CITY, MISSOURI. Thursday, Juno C, 1895. 1 , ST memo b. n. tihk table. ' CUANOK OV TlMB. WKSTWAIIU. NoI.Uhv Express. Arrived JJtftJ p.m. Leave 1:15 p. iu, No.U, Night Kxprow Arrives 12;:I0 it. in l.ouve Vii'M K.ni. No. B. Linal rfeniiil-. Ainvmli:au . m. Leaves 12:4') u.tn g Frejitlit, carries liiuteiij;rlevu ly.-S 0 No. 2,ly Kxurew.."" ArrWc2!3S p.m I .wives 2:50 n.ui Nn. 4. "ClifbtExtirei-a, Arr.ves litis Leaves 2ilJ u. in No. B. Local rKCimcr. Aiiives 12:10 i, hi. Leaven 1:55 p. tu. No. 8, K. 0. Express Arrives 3.00 tt. ui, Leaves i):U0 a. m. Frebrlit. curies imsscuiters. Leaves p.m. NO. 124, llflght, caliks pass cnuei a lu Usaee oul) i S .JO a. m Local passuugf r I...

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. — 6 June 1895

State Republican. jBiuttmN crrr, uibsoubl THE NAUGHTY LITTLE GIHL. BV 1IAMUKL MIXTURE I'KCK. To Mr. Knk h. Hlnnton, MP. KuKono Plelil. Mr. V. S. U.M nml nnmproun other poeliof Kotnl clilldren Ihofullonlnff humtilo WnftstonneKlPCtptl 111 t lo mnid nrc irnpoei fully inccrlbeil J Hho In homely. Blie In tricky, Ainl 1 am urontly tfrtrtn. to ti'll, Her lminl art ftlwayw Micky Wllh a fliiH'iilntu curamct. Her dolly' Imtlere.l fenlurt'i Kpcnk of many a frnnile hurl Hlie'i the terror of tlio tenchera That nauKhly Utile ktI, Hhe fin v,l ( like tt Cumaftehe. You ran hear her nmn I tlm.iuju.iru; -1-urther like an Itnll.in she Often ereepi mi. I pnlN my lulrj An.1 Mie ft eat a Into inj Htudj , Ami Khe turiiH my .Iv a-hlrl: Ami her hoots j.re ala, inmhly ThatnaiiKhl) little kIM. Hhe ilotei upon l.i.n.'ii.iH. Ami Mie MiiearH them on mj knees. Hh M'iper my haana) Ami dellKhtn t hear me Miieere. Vet why I onii't tlNcowr- Splteof eery tannic.! curl, Hlie'f a .liirlhitf nml I lotoher. That n nighty U...

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. — 13 June 1895

THE STATE f REPUBLICAN. VOLtME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, .H'NK J.'!, 180.1 GENERAL NEWS. The West Virginia banker' asso. elation adopted resolutions against free coinage of silver. Henry Watterson said the report 'that he had been offered the port folio of state was absurd. The Ohio democratlo executive committee has Issued a circular "roasting Senator Brlce. Basan B. Anthony will resign the presidency of the National Suffrage Association at the next convention. S. M. Strong, of Cleveland, O., broke a bottle of cologne over his clothing, lighted a match and the cologne blazed, burning him so badly that ho died. Senator Sherman was asked to night what significance he attachod to the democratlo silver convention In Illinois. "I think," bo replied, "that tho democratlo party will be hopelessly divided on the silver question. It may be that In Illinois the Altgeld following will commit the State to free silver, bnt tho demo crats In the east will never conse...

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. — 13 June 1895

"HE STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUKI. Bub8crl)tlon I'rlcc, $1.00 1'er Year. Thursday, Juno 1!!, 1805. J. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING MATES. Ons Int li , 1 month Ul 10 One-quarter coluuiu, I mouth .'ISO One-lielf column, 1 month Giio One eohiiiiii, 1 mouth U.BO One-iiuiirter page, 1 mouth 17 W One-luilf tiKi 1 mouth 'ii 00 DUeouuti on ) early cunlrncts. Locals, i oeuts pur Hue eaeli lincrtlut. Urovor Ciovolnud is alao nftaid of tho buu; but it's Dana's Sua. Royalty is not exempt from hit man ills. Tho hoir to tho lltibs.inn throne id dying with consumption, 'With n mngnificoiit now stool bridgo across tho Missouri riur, Jefferson City will lo tho most accessible town iu Central Mis&omi. Gov, Mortons friouds refine to btlivo that sutibtroke had any bud ffoct upon his presidential pros pools. England's intrigues block tho way to a final settlemuut of tho eastern troubles, just as they do to every thing everywhere tlmt does not put gold iu Euglund's pmso. Eu'U to wio a ...

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 June 1895

yuan t ViTV fEFFEItSON CITY, MISSOUM. ruBLtsniD Kvrni tujiisday. evjnino. SUBSCHll'fiON, $1. A YEAH, filtered ntina PottuJUu at JeJfertoii'CUit Mn., u irr,untl dim imitter. Nw Series Jd. 7, 1890.1 Tliursilny, Juno I!, 18U5. W'CQs.1gai,t ft Mlesoum i'acikio n. n, timb tadi.k. CIlAtitlF. Of TIHK. WKSTWAttll. No l,Day Express.. Arrives 12i".1 p.m. Leaves 1 :15 p.m. No. 3, Nlht Hxurosa Arrives 12.MU a. m taw l'-SlUO rt. til. No. ft, Local IVettniT. Arnvm l'I:25 p. in. J.t'RVCs 12:40 p.m. KruiKliliCarrlcn iBpeiiKeii-,Loave 10;30 H. in. KAUl W Allll. No. S,luy Exprc....ArnvcN2:3."i p.m Leaves 2:50 p.m. No. 4, Night Express. Air.ves 2:)3 h. in. Leaves 2:13 a. in. No. I), Local russoiiger. Aillc12:4U M in. Leaves 1 :53 p. ui. No; b, K. C.Kxpicss Arrives 3.00 a.m. locales oiw . in. Freight, carries passengers. Leuves3-65 p. in. Nu. 124. height, ciiirlts puss- eugeiB lo 0age uulj , 8:30a. in. Looul passenger trains 5 and U nm be tween St. Louis auil Kansas Ulty. No. lim through (leepcra to Jo...

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 June 1895

' s "t State Republican, JBIFKEflON CUT, iUflSOUUL CARMEN BELLI008UM. BT OPT ntmrDRGT MCMASTStl In their ragged regimentals Btood the old Continentals, Yielding not, When tho Orenadlem were lunging, And like hall fell iilungtntf Cannon shot; When the flics Of tholfclos, From the smoky night encnmpmenti bore tho banner of tbo rampant Unicorn, And Brnmmer grummor, grummor, rolled the mil of the drummer, Through the um rut Then with ejes to Iho front all, And with guns horlzoutitl, Btood our sires; And the tiatlA wh'lMled i. entity , And In streams flashing redly Blazed the flresi As tho roar On tho shore 6 wept tho strong bat tie-breakers o'er tho green sodded ncres Of theplalnj And louder, louder, louder, cracked tho black gun powder. Cracking amain I , Now like smiths at their forges Work od tho red St. Uoorgo's Cannon. era; And tho "villainous saltpetro" ltnng a Derco, discordant metro Hound their ears. As tho swift Etorin drift, With hoti nwreplng, anger, c.imo tho horse- guards' ...

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 June 1895

suit? -. THE STATE REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON 011 COLE COUNTS THURSDAY, JUNK 120, 1803. NUMBER 28. IN OUR OWN STATE. 3? '.4 John Schafer, ot Farmlngton, aged eighty-six, has committed enlcldo. The people of Warrensbnrg voted S10 to 854 In favor of local option. L. W. James, of Nodaway county, grows alfalfa successfully on bis farm. Bedatla negroes will bold a moot ing to protest against tho lynching practice. Junesport wonld like to have some enterprising person erect a mill there. J. M. Nnnn, of Lewis county, fell dead while singing In church at Louisville, Ey. Nearly every Trenton man has a buggy or somo" vehicle" in which ho ( can take a ride. ' f. Debating societies In Grundy county are discussing the capital , removal question. Mrs. Mary R. Hatch, tho mother of Ex-Congressman Hatch, died In Hannibal, aged ninety-two years. Mrs. John Dyer, who lived three miles south ot Osceola, was struck and killed by lightning during a storm. Warrensburg offers thirty acres of land fo...

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 June 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. 8ubscrl)tlon l'rlce, 81.00 l'er Year. Thiiisdayi Jtitu 20, I8U5. ,r. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 innnlli VI HO One-iiini ler cnluiiiu, 1 month II uU One-halt coIiiiiiii, 1 inuutli tl(O0 On riliiniii, 1 month !i fill One. nilal If r Ihic, 1 iiinnlli 17JU0 One-hull 1 month M UU Dlli'nunte on ji'urly I'ontnu'ts. Loi.nU, i cuius mt lliiu imiiMi I nsei tloi. . Tho tiowcrmt(r pictmos ot Gov, Altgelil buur u utrikiug rusouiblmico to'tlio&eof thu Into Chits. J, Guituuu. A jioitiouof Mr. Cluvuliiuil's for eign policy Las bueu otiilorseil by the omiicror of Clihm. AMij not mm tlio iiinpiio with MnxitiiV now livoliuiulrikl thots-n tniuuto ltmcliiiio gunf Jwry Simeon will now try to (jot an oll'ico by p(.'iklliii(; butter unit i'US1-- If ho finds tlio puddling protithblo ho would bettor stick to it. Tlio-io Oeorgiti folio plnyod it low down on Mr. Clovelnnd by imiling faitn to iit tliom after tilt' water melon soa.on closes S...

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. — 20 June 1895

'AL. 13 HP 11 St!- :?V raPFERSON CITY, JliSSOURI. PDULIHIIID KTItll TUJltSDAY SVJMNO, SUBSCRU'l'lON, $1, A YEAR, Eitfo-eii ni la 1'osloJJlce ill Jejtrton City Mi)., n necunii ct.ut t,tui(ei I.Nbw Hetlei, Jo, 7, Htw. Tlnirs.lay, .Ittnu G, 181)5'. HtisOUIll I'ACl'iO 11. tt. TIMK TAULK CIIANUK (IV TIMK. WKSTWAIID. Nnl,l)ny KxprefS.. Arrlvo 12:.Vp.ni No I,fiirui t :IA ii.ni. :l, NUlit Kxpi ess Arrive liMD it. in l.mvi'K n.iii. Nn. fi, I.i.cal l'i nei.rcr. An tvc ( l-i:2r in. I. cine 1 -2;4U li.tu . Fri'lKl'l .Ciil I lc miofiixfii'l0'tvo 1(1. HO a. in. KAOlVl'AIIU. Uu. 2,lay KxircM No. n. Nn. Arrive 2:!l.'i p. in Lynn- 'l:W p.m. t, .NIilitKxpiCM. Airvus 2:13 111. Leave 2:1.1 it. m. ti, l.nciil Pi.stcne.ei. Aillic 1'iHU 111. 1.c;ivm J :M . m. b, K. U.KxpiefS Airlvesa.00tt.nl. Leave .i:uu u- ni Freight, onirics pneseugem. Leave U'M p. in. K11. 124, llelf;ht, canhs puss ji n-'i lo 0ik oiilj , 8:30 a. 111. J.uu.il pnssi-iij-fr traiun ft and 0 mu u- twecn nt. LjiiU Hiid Kaus.11 City. .No. i I...

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. — 20 June 1895

State Republican. jsmbbon orrr, lussoinu. THE BIVOUAO OF THE DEAD. BT TBIODOBB 0HAEA. The mn filed dram's sad roll has beat The ioMler'i list tattoo t No more on Ufa's parade shall moot That brare and fallen few On Fame's eternal camping ground Their silent tents are ipread, And Q lory guards, wltU solemn round. The blronao of the dead. No rumor of tbo foo's advance Now swells upon tbo wind I Ho troubled thought at midnight haunts Of loved ones left behind No vision of the morrow's strife The warrior's dream alarms, No braying horn or screaming fife At dawn shall call to arms. Their shivered swords are red with rust, Tbelr plumed hosds are bowed; Their haaghtr banner, trailed lu dust, Is now their martial shroudt And plenteous funeral tears have washed Tho red stains from each browt And the prond forma, by battle gashed, Are free from anguish now The neighing troop, the flashing blade, The bogle's stirring blast. The charge, the dreadful caenonado( The din and shout, are passed j No...

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 June 1895

1 jr Ills I: IE STAT VOLUME .XXIV. MISSOURI NEWS. Gower expects to have a stirrup and axe handle factory. Eleven now bridges will be built In Audrain county this summer. Clinton county (armors are count ing on a two-thlrda wheat crop. Mrs. Funk ot Gentry county dlod last week, aged nlnety-threo years. Carroll county will have a much largor apple crop this year than last. William Jowell College has made Judge Waltour M. Robinson an LL. D. King City Is boring a deep well, Which Is now down 800 feet In solid rock. Governor Stono has appointed Jefferson Kolly assossor for Carter county. A Lafayotte county boy Is only sixteen years of ago, but weighs 368 pounds. '' Scott city baa acquired a munlclp.il government and a saloon within the past weok. Samuel Jackson, ogod eighty-eight years, was killed by a Memphis train near West Plains. Lightning struck and burnod about twenty tons of hay for J. 0. Bohart, Just eaBt ot Maitland. Harrisonvllle has increased the salary of tho principal of pub...

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 June 1895

1. JTATE REPUBLICAN. IEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Bubscrlptlnn I'rlco, 81.00 I'er Year. Thursday, Jimu 27, 1SU5. J. 0. FISUEK, Kditor. ADVERTISING HATES. I n Inch, 1 month Ul 01) ne-iiiiartiir i-iiliiiiin, 1 mouth ;i BO One-hull i-oliiinii, 1 muiitli (!,W Sue col it i it 1 month ! Ml Ou-iliiuter piiRi-, I innmli 1 7'UO .De-inui i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 vi w DliCUIIIlU UN Vl'Utlv VOIltlllCtl. ILociiU, o cents pur Hut: inch lllSNllot.. "Gun," Coxfjr doesn't npptui'iitlv iiko Curl iiruwii lis it i-oti-iii law ns well at) hu ilul mb n lk'Utuiiinit. NeitollB ticutilu niu not n-lniriiH' j r t thu proHpceta upuiied by the mi Dual elionpncssa or liru crackers. It is no wuiggorntioii to assent I that Mr, Cluvvlnml is now iu a statu I of expectation ami doubt. It ih stud that lhe CiiibottFil f limtnonu light is beiu nioie talknl bout in Texas than silver. A Straw. Stronger proof of Mlsiouil's pros perity would bo (lllllcnlt to II ml than tho comparison furnished In t.u re adjustment of pnatnituWrV sa...

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