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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 27 June 1895

fEFFEUSON CITY, MISSOURI. miiHsiiKD nvini liijiiaiiAV kvsmino. SllDSCHIKl'ION, $1. A YEAR, iifcr. Entered at tht l'oitojjlct at Jtjerton City ,In nt eoinl cl,ii matter. How tjerioi, Ju. 7, 1890, J Thutsduy, June 27, 181)0. MlSSOUlll l'ACUIO U. It. TIIIK TABUS C1IAMJK UK TIMK. .VKSrWAKIl. No I, buy Knpress.. Arrive 2 :." p.m Leaves I :! p.m. No.'.!, Nielli ftitproa Atrlves W.IIOii.in Leave lit liio h.iii. No. fi, I.muI Li-i . Anii -5 p. in. Leaven 1;4i)i.lii. Freight, viil lie pincniei-rc, Leave I tt.-;tO a. in. .AtmvAi;li. No. 2, 1 rtj Kxprcs. No. . At rives 'J.-X" p.m Lcavef li :"U ii.iu. I. Nlclit Exiium. An-vgs ami h. Leave a:u a. in. No. C, Local I'hstuniivi, Amu- I2HU 1 1, hi. Leaves I :.Vi p. in. ,u. b, IC. U.Kxpieea Aulves a.OU it. us. Leaves !):UU a. in. rit'lxlil, chi I lu piincngcis'. Luivee 3 -a i i. in. Mn. J 24 . tnlglit, uui ics pass vnyi'iH I" (.ii.t! unrj , SiiiOii. in. Local passenger trains 5 mid 0 inn lie- tvvucu at. J.uiils and Kansas City. So. t lias tliruLih pl...

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. — 27 June 1895

UNDER THE 'SHADOW OF GRIME; Or Tub Mystery or Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middlema$t, Author of "A Girl in a Thoutand," "Sealed by a KU," "By Fair Meant," &e. llhl story will not be published In book-form. Copyrighted, 1B9I, by Jean MtdJlcmass.) CUAITKH XXX. THE SPECTRES OP THE FUTUIIE. "Don't you think, Oortlo darling, that it drlvo would do you good? For two daya you lmvo not bocn out of this liotol wo might as well have stayed at homo If you do not boneflt by tho change." "I am so tired, Olem, I foel as If I only want to Ho hero nnd bo at peace." "Are you uorry you camo abroad, dear?" "No, I am very glad, for you al ready look tho bettor for the change." And so ho did. There wai a good deal of elasticity In Clement Dunra veu'a nature, hearing and seeing nothing to annoy him, ho had to an extent thrown off his weight of wor ries. Of courao ho had his dark hours, and very terrible they wore, but elnco tho boy's death he had managed to conceal them from Lady Gertrude, and as ho di...

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 July 1895

ft. f. Tl STAT J: REPUBLICAN. a VOLUME XXIV. 1 JEFFERSON CITY, COjHfolTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1895. POLITICAL United States Senator Vest said of tho financial Issue: "There must be b settlement of tho silver question without oqnlvocatlon. We mast de termine to adopt the gold standard permanently, retire the greenbacks and perpetnato tho national banks with their paper based exclusively on gold or we must open onr mints to silver. The financial servltndo which now exists on the part of tho United States to foreigners should cease. Nothing conld bo more do grading than present conditions. I believe In real bimetallism, tho use of both gold and , silver as standard money,1 bnt It we mast have one metal or the flther, I would tako llve-V-for -re..wp.:d then at Joast ue independent instead of bolng tho tall of the English kite, and tho helpless victims of the Rothschild syndicate." I; When asked his opinion about f.calllng a state conventldn of tho .(democratic party in Missouri ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 4 July 1895

.frrgrnTiVi, STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Bubicrlptlon Price, tl.OO Per Tear. Thursday, July 4, 1835. J. C. FIS1IER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. On inch, 1 month U 00 One-quarter column, 1 mouth 3 61) Om.litll oolumn. 1 month SJO On column, 1 month 60 Onf-quarter pge, 1 month 17(00 One-bull pK. 1 month 33 00 Dlicounta on yearly con.racii Locali, t cent pur lint eaeu Insertion. Irith indopendonco Is onco ruoro being established by resolution. A great many vfoariod statesmen us now trying to find out "what the wild waves nro envinc" o( tboir fit tare. According to Uio most reliable date obtainable ox-Speaker ltecd is allowing tbo other fellow to do all Tha Fight in Kentucky, The Democratic fight in Kentucky over the money plank In their plat form was won by the goldbuas. The administration of President Cleve land and Secretary Caillslo was en dorsed. The fight was one of tho most turbulent that lias ever taken place in a state convention since the war period. The convent...

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 July 1895

JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVFM TIUnSDAT KTXN1HO. SUBSCRI.T.ON, $1.. A YEAR, -IN- ADVAflOfl BAMPLH oofixs jrxamn. Sntered at ih PoitoJlct at Jtjtnon City' Sto.,a itconi elmimatter. ,Ner Series, Ju, 7. 1890. J Tliurs'lay, July 4, 1895. Mlisoum rxcino n. n. tdib tam.k. C1IANOK OK TIMB. WBSTWAIID." No l,L)ny Kxprcss.. Arrives 12:3') p.m. I,i-nves 1 till p.m. No. 3, Night Express Arrives 12;:i0n. in J.ouves 12 :30 a.m. No. f, Local I'uMeiiper.. Arilvin l-t:25 p. m. Leaves ISMUii.m. Freight, carries piuscliKei a, Leave lU.-iJU a. in. KABTWAHD. No. 2,lay ?pici....Arrivc2;3S p,m I,ea'el2:M) p. la. No. I, Night Kxprons. Arr.ves 2:13 a. in. leaven 2:13 a. id. Mil 0, Local l'aseeiiRer. Aulves 12:4U p m, Leaves 1 :.-' p. in. No. 8, K. C.ExprctB Arrives 3.00 k.ui. Leaves 3:00 a. in. Freight, carries pmscugors. Leaves 3 -M p. in. No. 124, bright, cmrles puss engei t lo Uangu unl' , M'30 a.m. Luciil passenger trains 5 and 0 ruu be tween SI. I.uuls autl Kalians Oily. So. has tliroug-li sl...

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 July 1895

State Republican. JEFFERSON 01X7, M103OUEL THE FLIGHT OF THE GpDDESS. BY THOU A 9 1U.LBY ALDB1CH, A roan should live In ft garret aloof, And hTP few friends, and gopoorlj clad, With an bid hat stopping the chink In the roof To keep the Goddess constant and glad. Of old, when X walked on a rugged way And gare much work for but little bread, The Goddess dwelt with mo night and day, Sat at my table, haunted my bed. The narrow mean attic, I see It nowl Its window o'erlooklng tho city's tiles, The sunset's Arcs, and tho clouds of snow, And tho river wandering mtlos and miles, Just one picture hung In the room, The ssddest story that Art can tell Dante and Virgil In lurid gloom Watching the Lovers float through Hell, Wretched enough was I sometimes, Pinched and harassed with vain deslreat But thicker than clover sprung the rhymes As X dwelt like a sparrow among tho spires. Midnight filled my slumbers with song; Muslo haunted my dreams by day) Now X listen and wait and long, But the Delphi...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 11 July 1895

s THE STATE jREPUBLICAN. .:) VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY II, 18SW. NUMI5EU 111. MISSOURI NEWS. The Osage river la on a boom, Mid navigable to almost any distance. John A. Leach, formerly n hotel keeper, committed suicide In Kansas City. Mrs. Nancy D. Kempton dlod recently In Hopkins, aged ninety-two years. The blackberry crop In Caldwell county will be larger than ever known. The Lafayette hotel, one of Lex ington's most ancient relics, Is to be torn down. The Russellvllle Rutller Is tho latest experiment In Journalism In Cole county. It Is estimated that the wheat crop of Carroll county will be 75 per cent, of an average. S. A. Field killed his wife, daugh ter and himself at Meadvllle, his wife consenting. Mrs. Eva Stone, living near War ronsburg, celebrated her one hun dredth birthday. Lightning killed a team of mnlos for Mr. Henry Adklns, east of Wa kenda, this week. Unless Or. Fraker Is found alive within the month of Augnst, the 20, 000 re...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 11 July 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFKKUSON CITY, MISSOURI. 8ul.criition l'rlf e, 81.00 Per Year. Thursday, July 11, 18115. J. C. FJSIIKU, Editor. AllVKIiTISlNG HATKS. One Inch. 1 moiitti 11 (l Ouc-iiunitoi column, 1 iiioulli ;l Ml Ohu-luill i-nliiiini, 1 iiuuitli , 10 CJiiu column, 1 uuiiitli 9 "'0 OlIU-lltlllllCT uigc, 1 llllllllll ITIOii Oao-lnilt jiHgu, 1 iiiiiudi 'MW Discount on )eurl coiiliucls. Locala, 5 cents per line cncli ltier ttot: . It looks at though tho ntili-Hiico Ohio UuiuixTuU full oxer each other iu thoir elVoits to bo bought Hp. Capital Removal. Thu suit locently instituted in tho Coin county circuit coutt by Joseph It. lidniiuta against thu secretary uf stato to prevent tho piililioiitioii if tho concurrent lcnolutioii pulsed nt tho Inst Mission of tho legislature to rutuovu tho cnpitnl, is ciu'iully in gardnd as tho win) mid piopcr coiir-o m Hint important innttcr. I'roitn ticnt cili.ens in pory putt of .Mis : 1 1 .1. . i:i..i: l- ..mu ...K- mo '-'"' onuU. ai.l.-iilobc.Duinocr...

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

TEFFEIISON CITY, MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVmt THDI18UAV EVZNINQ. SUBSCRIPTION, $!. A YEAR, ADVA-iQB H A MPT ,T71 OOEI3ES 3T3H.1UE. Bnterei at the I'ottojflct at Jejferion CUy Ho,, at tecond c('ii matter. fNewBerlei, Ju. 7, 1SW.J Thursday, July l, 181)5. ulasouni rACiKio n. n. time tadlk. CIIANUK Of TISIK. WKSTWA11U. No l.Uay Express.. Arrives 12 :"" p.m. Leaven 1 :1 .m. No. 3, Nbzht Kxpress Arrives lii'M a. m Leaven ll! :3U a No. 6, Local Puseenucr. Arilvis VHiS p. in. Lenten 12:40 p.m. t'i eight, carries imsscnKeis,Leave 1U:30 ft. in- KAH1WAHU. No. 2,lny Kxpiess.... Arrivcs2:33 p.m Leaves 2 :MJ p.m. No. 4, Night Express. Air.ves 2!13 l.niivHii j u. in. No. U, Loi'iil l'ncbeiivl. Allltej 12:40 p in, J.ciir: i .' " Wk. U.K. O.Expiess Anlven 3.U0 u.ni. ' Leaves 3 :U0 it. m. freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 -bi p.m. Uu. 124, lielgl.t, caules puss- engeis lo Oeago only , S.JOIl Local pusseuger trains B ami 0 run l"- tween St. Louis mid Kansas CUy. No. 3 hn tlirollgll -lci'l'iTs to Jul'...

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 July 1895

State Republican. JlCFFEllSON C1TV, MISSOURI. THE SOUOOLMA'AM'S RAISE. I1Y FI-ORKNCK MAT ALT. Tear tij jenr, nod i.njr by day, Bho llrml In hnpo nf lilstlier pay. Bho Haw thu cl(y pni'iTum (.tow. She taw the fchoolliiiusp in ptllnw Willi hosta cf children l-irpe nud mailt And patlontly she tiuitrht them nil. And aa tho iicflinnt swittly Hew Bhoaometlmo taught tholr children, too. Through WPiiry ni'mlln of buiy days The aohoolma uiu hoped to KCt tt raise 1 She did All that a woman rnutdt llerarKuiui'til we-re mind and good Blip drew pHiiloni tip, Kit lino That nil the piuiplo ran to slKn. The Common Council all nctTiM That nbo 1inuM Imth It, yi Indeed. Tho Iloirdof IMurnttoii nudo Long, tunning promises of aid, While out of all the tniiKlcd mm The aohoolina'am hoped tn fc'i't u raise I At li! U aeemed the wsiy wa ilearadj At lat tho needed fim.N appe.ired. Hut SllO till' IImJIM ci.ul-l imt ilfChlA Jut In w iheai fund" lmuld lo applied. UaIio by exporu'tii'f? r by nr.idvl So aim tluv ...

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 July 1895

THE STATE REPUBLICAN VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1893. NUMBER :il. MISSOURI NEWS. Potato bugs aro doing much dam age In Harrison county. John Fritz, of BoBwortb, was killed by a train at Qorln. The bee cropot honey Is very largo and awoet at Elm Grove, In Holt connty. No one has money enough to start n bank, aUhough It Is much needed, aTMercer. Fred Lowe, of Lathrop, was one of the graduates of Harvard who got special honors. The Missouri Sunday school con ventlon will be hold in Sedalla Au gust 7, 8 and 0. By a sale of some mineral lands near Joplln, Mrs. Cosgrove made a profit of f 10,000. , ,A farm - nw.n. tlroi-fl eM was vsold the'otlmr Jay for'' 10,200, and It contalnod 010 aeres. The Sprlngflold fair will run from September 2 to 8, and will award 110,000 In premiums. The new union depot at St. Louis has been assessed at $450,000 by the state board of equalization. Mound City will soon have eloctrlc lights, and Its Inhabitants believe ...

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 July 1895

- i . i STATE REPDBLIGAM. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Thursday, July 18, 1895. J. C. FISHER, Editor. Dodging the Issue. The political outlook for next year present) at this time a peculiar as pect. For the first time In the hls- tnrv nf thai TtennMinnn nnrt.v ti In Subscription 1'tlce, 11.00 Ttt Tear. nt,optng (lodg,ng ta(,Uus o tbe Democrats. If there is one thine In which the Republicans have always gloried It was the fact that they never feared the people. When they believed in a principle they asserted It, and relied upon the people to do the rest. Now, however, owlnc to ADVERTISING RATES. On Inch, 1 month bl W One-ciuarter column, 1 month 3 60 Oua-bait ooluinh, 1 month J,l the rtat gvcr ,cntlmont that exists On column, 1 month ' "2 , . . . .u viiu lignum D.nvc.) ivjuuil,uil? nna.nunrtar rjaira. 1 month 17100 One-half Daze. 1 month 3 'J 00 Irlscounts on yearly contracts. Locals, t tents per lint eaeh insertion. The reit of th country will gladly git California a quit claim to Corl...

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. — 18 July 1895

HI I JEFFERSON CITY, MIBSOUBL rUBLHHID KVinT TUUIlSDiT ITENIMO. mtnnnnnrMMI t 1 urn Tl IN f3 A M"T3T.Tn OOFIXS JU'itJJIHl. JaKred al ins roitoffla at Jeicrion Cy Mo.,at nconil dun mailer. INswSerlas, Jan. 7, 18W). Thursday, July 18, 1898. MISSOURI riCiriO B. B. TIMK TABLE. CilAKUK 0 TIME. WESTWAUU. No l.Day Express.. Arrives 12:i5 p.m Leaves 1:15 p.m No. 3, Night Express Arrives 12:30 a. m Leaves 12:30 a.m. No. 6. Local Pasieniicr. Arrives 11:35 rrirriit. carries naasenffers. Leave 10:30 a. m. . ""-,' Ae7VwU .NXi',P'ayxprt4st,.V?ArTitB2;35 p.m ' r 1vY 2:50 D.ta Nn. 4. XlehtExnress. Arrives 2:13 .. Loaves 2:13 a. ro No. B. Local l'assoniier. Anivcs 12:40 ... Leaves 1 :5a P. in No'. 8, K. C.Express Arrives 3.00 a. m l.puvc 3:00 a. m. Freight, carries tiassencers. Leaves 3 -55 p. iii No. 124, lrelgbt, carries pass enceis to Osage ouly, s.Jua. Local passenger tralus 6 aud 6 run D6- tween St. Louis aud Kansas uity. So. I h through aleeiera to Joiilln, Mo, vl l-ltatanL Hill rout. -rr recl...

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. — 18 July 1895

stb ..EgpuBucmj jjp"er; SHADOW OF GRIME ; V ' On Tub Mystery of Ci.kmi-nt DuniUvkn-. i Ml THE SUNDAY SCH Prepared bjr H. K. Hind, A.M., M.D. NAOAIl AND AU1(IU. ' t i Levltlcui jtiUU.i. i Although we have but two lessons In too book of Exodui, on la Leviticus, three In Number! and ono la Douterononij, I hbpo the etndent will avail himself ot the oppor Unltji aa we go along, of reading those book entire, and thus roako a complete tudj of the Old Testament "Aa la the book of Genesis we bare God'a own account of the commencement of the world, the origin of nations, and the peo pling of the earth so In the book of Exodus we have an account, from the same Infallible source of the commencement of the Jewish church, and tue mennn used to propagate and continue his pure and unselOsh rellgloA In the earth," Leviticus, from which our present lesson Is elected, li so-called, bemuse It treats, mainly, of the laws ami regulations of the Levltes and priests iuaenural. It contains little more than ...

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. — 25 July 1895

THE STATE I REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COtJgTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, .IULY LTj, 1895. NUMBER MISSOURI NEWS. Missouri farms produce the fabu lous sum of $109,761,024 In a year. Tho Maryvlllo court houoo 1b to bava a new steam heating apparatus. Charles Buckley was billed near Lexington by his brother-in-law, Ed ward McDonnell, In a quarrel about family affairs. Little Tom Dr.vls, nine years old, fell six feet out of a stable window at Maryvllle, while playing hldo-and-seek with other chlldron, and died from his injuries. Excavating work for the south pier of the Lexington brldgo has be gun, and the committee is negotiat ing with the Santa Fe for a twenty year contract for crossing the river t on the structure. An outbreak of Texts fever has appeared on the farms of 0. 0. Mc Le"?ore, four miles east of Lockwood. Tho disease was first noticed about two weeks ago, since then many cat tle on that farm have become infect ed. Fifteen have died. T. J. Tur ner, the Missouri...

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. — 25 July 1895

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFKltSON CITY, MlSSOL'ltl. - initiii iiwiiiiiiiiiini....i.iwi,iMliiiii. Sulmcrlption l'rlce, $1.00 Per Vrar. Thuisday, July 2fi, 1805. .. C. MSIIKIl, Mi I or. ADVUHTISINU HATKS. One Inch. I tiintilh , t IK) Oiie-ipiniler milium, 1 month :l .Ml Oni'-li.ilf t'liliiiiiu, I inuiilh i,tlil Onu eolliiuli, 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 II f.(l One-ipiiitler piie, 1 inntith 1 71)0 Ollt'-ll.lll i.IJ'L llldllll IW'lHJ Dl-cuunl" on ) rally i'iilitlai'1". Jau'iiK t mil" per line I'licli lii'ctthit.. Kven l'effcr cuimldcr. tliv populist pmty dead; lie U uilvocutiii; tin formation (if a new party. "lno" Hill bus put in a etatl' liirt for Hie support nf tlic diiiiking ele ment i f tlio Dcniuoiutic paity. I.;n-5 .ay l'c Wlolij,'. lillt it can't bo i t i iiilieiiiU to carry out their .ill.- lij i n. busing tliu laws, '1 t.. " . .in- tlimg to lui -niil in fn i i iln' I'lillnun route to tlie Jsoith No ri'liof patties will bo nwli'il. Soi.iit.n Hill and Secretary Car lislo rt' U' in mw Y lK 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. — 25 July 1895

JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. FDOLiailED EVf ll THdlt9IIAY EViHINO. SUBSCMITION, $1. A YEAR, .-sifts'. Entered at the I'ottofflce at Jejerion City Mo.,nt leruntl dim mutter, (Newiierlcf, Jau. 7, taw. I Tlmrsiloy, July 25, 1895. lUSSOUltl l'ACIKIO II. It. TIME TAUI.K. CIIANOK OK T1SIK. WKSTWAltl). No l.Day Express. .Arrives 12:"" p.m. Lciiveo 1 il.'i p.m. No. a, Night Kxnicss Airlveu UfM ii. In ' fa Leaves 12 lilt) a No. 5, I.ccal l'ii(n;nj;i'r. Anww 11:25 p Leaven 12:-H)p.m. FrdKln.cftrrlus pniiteuKei,l'Cvu 10:30 a. m. KASIWAIll). No. 2,lay Kxircs No Arrivef2::i.) p.ui leaves 2 :liu p.m. 4, Night Kxirc. Air.VM 2:l;i No. 0, Local I'asMsnjrer. Aiilvca 12:10 ., I,,, Leaves 1 :' l. m. No.' 8, K. O.Kxpicss Arrives tl.OU a.m. ' . Leave 3:00 ii. in; Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 'M p.m. No. 121. height, cai I lus pats- engem lo Usage only, &..IU.I. m. Local passenger trains 5 anil (i run be tween St. Louis ami Kansas (Jliy. So. 3 lias tliroinrh dcepi'M lo J'l't'" via I'leatuut tlll...

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. — 25 July 1895

5 lNDER THE SHADOW OF GRIME; Or The Mystery of Client Dun;.v.:::. By Jean Midtllcmast, Author of "A Girl in a Thouiand," "Scaled by a Mm," "By Fair Meant," Ac. (This story will not lie puMlthcil In book-form. Copyrighted, IHOI, uj Joan MliMU'innM.) CHArTKi; XXXIV. HAVF.D. Jim alendlnnltiR lmd his gleams of light. For days lie would alt silent, only roplylnR by a btlol "yos or no" when a direct question was rtsUod Mm, but whou ono of tlioso nppar outly lucid Intervals: camo to him lits loquacity was Irroprcsslblo and c1.ni geroue. IJahotii hoped that no ono believed what he said, but to some extout sho was docolvliiR herself. Tooplo havo n knack of believing what amuses them, especially when the words uttored aro mischievous and mallRnant. When the weather was cold Sim Glondlunlng Invariably satin front of the kitchen llro, J.ift as. when It was warm and sunny, he always sat In the porch. Tho short days had como, and he was very rarely In tho porch now, and alto- Rothor thought ho pr...

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. — 1 August 1895

r ft 6. VOLUME XXIV. mm 8W (7 ' A THE STATE 1REPUBLIC AN. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COIJ&fesOURI, THURSDAY, AUOl'ST 1, 1895. NUMBER 34. MISSOURI NEWS. The Illohmond court house has been furnished with electrio lights. Recent rains throughout the state have assured an Immense corn crop. Considerable flaxseed is being sold In Johnson county at the rate of $1 a bushel. A nlnety-slx pound catfish was caught In the river at Lexington a (ew days ago. Prosecntlng Attorney Renfro of Butler county was Jailed for con tempt of court. J. P. Coleman of Salisbury has been chosen principal uf the public schools in Mound City. A new school district can now be organized nnder the laws of tho state with twenty pupils. Isaac Miller, the first white settler in G on try county, anlvlng there In 1835, resides near Gentry vlllo. A nine months old "porker" was sold In the Hannibal market a few days ago which weighed 435 pounds. F. P. Montgomery, a farmer of Hot county, estimates that his corn crop this year...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 1 August 1895

v' iriniijfl STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFUllSON CITY, MISSOUM. Subscription 1'rice, $1.00 Per Year. Thursday, Aug. 1, 1805. j. a. fisher, Editor. ADVEllTlSIXf.; KATLis. Ona Inch, 1 month..; '.'1 I'll Oue-ipnirler column, 1 luoulli II Ml One-half column, 1 month ti.W Ona column, 1 month 0 " Oua.itiailer page, 1 month 17 UU One-half page, 1 mouth 112 UU Dlicounts on jeurly oontiaots. Local , r cents per line each Insertion.. Senator I'offer'-i now party has n total liicmbutsliip of one, Better Times. The general fueling of coining prosperity will .lu much tn illspcl gloom that has been n strung factor (lining tho last, denrcsshm. This gtiural feeling cuts an Impor tant ligura in the ptosporlty of our country. The. fact that the present conditions favor tho revival of bust- nets cannot b dcniail , The crops In Missouti ni especially good, Kvery siuelcs of prosperity struck loltom prices and a business revival Is thoieforu almost sure to come. l'ho gtneial feeling, hovvver, du.s mote to bring...

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