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

IEFF13HS0N CITY, MISSOURI. tnuusiiED Evmt tiijiisday evsnino;, SUDSCRllTION, $1. A YEAR, sJft.Tvrr,Xjii copies jmnrai. Entered u( Ma Vottufllce at Jtjtmn City Mo ,, rut MfAtwl chut witter, New Scrim, Jan. 7, 18tnl.) Thursday, Aug. I, 181)5. MI8S0UH1 fACIflU II. It. TIME TAI1LB, CIIA.NUK OF T1MH. WESTWAlll). No 1, Day Expiess.. Arrives 12:"5p.m. Leave 1 :!. p.m. No. :i, Nijjbt Kxprcss Arrive ll.'W ii. m boiiwii Hii'lO ii, in.' No. ft, Local I'liBi-cnuer. Anlvcn 11:25 p. in. Limes 12-.4U p.m. FrvlKlit , curries iiniteugeii-, Leave lO.'SO a. ill. KAB1WAIU1. No. a , I uy lixpi can . . . . A rrivn 2iM5 p.m Leave? l:t0,.tii. No. 1, Night Kxuress. Arr.vos 2:13 a. in. Leave". 2:l.'l . in. Nil , Local l'liteciifivr. Aiiie 12:10 p, in, Leaves 1 :') p. in. No. H, K. O.Kxnu-ss Arrives 'I.U0 ii.m. Leaves :i:UU u. in. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 '81 p. in. So. 121, height, cauleS puss eiigeis lo (Jeiigu only, SitlOa. m. Local passenger trains 0 and (I iuii uc- tween .St. Louis anil lvuu...

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. — 1 August 1895

State Republican. JEffFERSON OITa MISgOUUL THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. , M. D. fenr rreiinred by H. K. lllnde, A M B1TOHT OKTIIK MI'IKI, Num. xllli.7-20, 21-33. QoMm teiti Tli ci !rd Ii tvlth us thou not. Num xlv 19. FnrvarhMy lot in try tlio pt.in f Hie "fltc Ws" untMtf (lie .mutt rouvf nlrnt and ueit 1 havo overused lu tt'fichlnK the CONNFXTtNll t INK. Tliry wore M-nreolj on the march when the compUlnta of the I'Oi'i'lo tipgnn. und 'tho tlr of thn Lord hitrnt ninntiK them nnd con aumed tlioiu that wero In tbo ut(ormnt purls uf tLo iMiup," nnd fffti only tiom-ii 1 through the pr.ij c-r of Mmo-.. The pi ico w ih called Tnblmh Wry min thiy Ml .1 lint Intf nml wept nnln, ri ititf. "Wtm w ill give us llenh to eat? We ri'iiU'iulmr the (Hi which wo did iat In Kglt frot'lj tho cueumlM.". nnd tho melons, and tho h-ok, and Uu gnillck. Hut now our mm) in dried nwnv, there In nothing at nil lit?Jdoa ilils m.ituu, hoforo our eyes.' And when Mops hoard them thus weeping In tliolr tent door, hi1 wan ro t...

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. — 8 August 1895

n h1 THE STAT REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIV. : 1 JEFFERSON OITY, COLE CtitJffTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1895. NUER 35. MISSOURI NEWS. ir- I ill' yW3r 1 . Hawkins Jfe, oscc. i wm bora Baal The William Mercantile Company, of Bt. Joseph, have established i branch manufactory at Barnard, Nod away connty, to supply the demand there. Farmers in aomo portion of sonth Missouri have cnt two crops of clover from the same land, and if the sea son continues another may be ee cured. Mlas Angle Bowshor, daughter of H. O. Bowsher, of Princeton, died from the effects of a pistol wound accidentally inflicted by 1118 Annie Ballew. Mlis Temple Broaddu. dauahter viii-iui., njignsa lor me uarroilton 'Democrat the testimony in the Taylor Brothers trial. t The old Summerset school building at Kearney, where the great A. W, Doniphan once made .the greatest of his many memorable speeches, is about to be torn away. Governor Stone appointed William A. Rothwell, of Moberly, member of the board of managers of ...

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. — 8 August 1895

STATE REPUBLICH. JEKl'KUSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Price, S1.00 Ter Tear... Thursday, Aug. X, I8U.1. J. ('. FISH Eli, Mil or. ADVKIM'ISINO ItATKS. One Inch, 1 inontti ....b1 01) Onv-tiuAitcr enliuna, 1 inontli 'iW. One-li nl f column, 1 iiumtli 6,00 Ous column, 1 month t f,o One.iiu.irtrr pae, 1 month 17J00 One-half pAge, 1 mouth 'ii 00 Dlicminti on jrailj contract. Local it, 6 cents per line each liinrtlou. If Hol;u Smith Keeps on ho will soon bn filling a claim to bo tho or iginal gold bug. I'.voiy chungo in tho method of doing luiMtibit in u go" ermuciit oUico isn't u reform, not by a jug full. tin stamp of approval fixed on them by tho California decision. There arc a number of other questions, among them that relating to Un vested rights of peoplo who have purchased property In Jefferson P' . Illinn Ihr. fnlil. ii.... t.M... J .....ii illllb Ut'llPff should be the pcriunueii ctiiinont, The lit Utuiy people lind it not only eny, but natural, to love, llun. Tluodii Koosi'vc...

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. — 8 August 1895

r-wia JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. FODL18IIED EVini TBORSDAY KVKMNO. SUBSCRI1TI0N, $1. A YEAR, oi Bnttreti at the rottofflct at JeJIerton City Mo,, as tecoifl elan matter, iNowSerlci, Ju.7,161W.J Thursday, Aug. 8, 1895. mi miw i rn i Missoula pacific n. n. timb tahlk. CHANUE OK TIME. , WB3TWAKD. No l,Dny Kxiiross.. Arrives 12:5.1 p.m. Leaves lilS p.m. No. 3, Night Express Arrives 12;30 it. m i .tf.i itj'fft ii. in. Kf ft. r ltiinninir. At-ilveA 12!'25 KAsTWAKM. No. a.Piiy Express.... Arrives 2:'.I5 p.m Loaves 2 :50 p.m. No. 4, Night Express. Arrives 2il3 ll in. , Hn. U, Local rasscnger. Alllvcs 12:10 1 1 Ul. iJVn i'. No. 8, K. O.Kxpress Arrives 3.00 a.m. Leaves 3:00 u. ui. Freight, carries passcugers. Leaves 3 -65 p. in. No. 124, lrclfiht, carries V engem to Osago ouly, s..iun. m. Local passenger tralus 5 mid 0 ruu oe- tweeu St. Louis ami Kansas City. No. 8 lias through lceicr to Joplln, Mi. ..I. l.laaBniit lltll rnuta. rro inclining chair car on all through trains. LEBANON MUNCH. , No...

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. — 8 August 1895

UNDB THEJHADOW OF CRIME; Or 'Tub Mystery' op Clement Dunraven. By Jean Middleman, Author of "A Girl in a Thouumd," "Sealed by a Kin," f 'By Fair Meant," Ac. This dory will not bf published In liool-form.-CoiijTlEhtoil, 18W, by Jean Mlddlcmass.l C1IA1TEII XXXVI AND LABT. THi: (I1IOST8 OF Till! l'AHT. An oM, bent innn, w(irn cmt BTliI frail, llocamu back from acvklnj; llio Holy Orall. Scarcely two yonra had elapsed Bluco Clement Dunraveu hail left Aboyno Court for tlio foreign travels, during which lie hoped to llnd that peace of mlud which p.isspth nil understanding j when ono avonlng, when ho was by no means expected, ho cropt Into lila own houso by the back door. One of the maids, who saw him, ran shrieking to the housekoeper, and eald nlio had oen Sir Clement's phost. The housekeeper told her "not to bo n fool," and went out to look for herself, and then ho, too, trembled with nlTrlfiM unt'.l alia heard tho well-known volco; "Don't bo alarmed, It Is myself-, Clement Dunraven In tl...

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. — 15 August 1895

THE STATE VOLUME XXIV. EPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE GOUNTJrpSOUM, HURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 189f .Albany, Gentry county, will Boon bs supplied with an olectrlo light punt. Ex- Congressmen Norton has 1,400 acres n corn, which promises to yield 148,000 bushels. Burton Is without a postmaster, the incumbent having moved away wlthont warning. Mayor Davis, of Kansas City, has withdrawn from the gubernatorial tace because be la too poor. E. O. Wheeler, the Baptist evan gelist, was killed In the Atlantlo and Pacific wreck lb New Mexico. Citizens In Holt county are being victimized by roaming peddlers vending sawdust for moth extermin ator. According to lav any HMr irlw refuses or neglects to destroy Cana da thistles found on his farm Is sub ject to a lino of ten dollars. Mrs. D. P. Btewart, widow of the late sheriff of Greene county, was disappointed because she was not appointed her husband's successor. A "fruit palaco" Is the latest scheme proposed by the horticultural society of Greene cou...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 15 August 1895

Wal F"lWaaaiailWaa"aWi p .!t.l . .hi MITE RKPUBUOU. IMWttUMIM OWY MlMOt'M. NwWlllttlii 'M 11U(hUj Ai. l IrHi.V MlVUimsiNU UiVI'IWi Out lin'lit I iwmllintnm V itti.tiimiWi1 witlntitt.. 1 inwiil ii...u 0 piinlmll itnliiititii 1 itittiilli..i mi ,in mil I till till WI iiiiirilli,,...nlfliO till tllll (Wllttlltlli I Itlllttlllili.n Oiii'.ntnitlil' intRt't l liiintlli Uitttlinlt I'lftt'i t,iiiitiiiit..iii i.Uitiiiiuli 1111 tin 1 iinlillititlt Walt, I witi iivi'llim mi'Ii lii't'illttit. . Kt'ittliiiit I't'Hd" I" " Hi'l'id'U mil nttt'.'t iii'! .tuni1 iMfi'imt i'Uy infill n will n'i h'lttlj fiivttliiHiiiii III I'limlnn nn ilt'llVl-mll iMl.ti lllll I'miti'llUnl! Intuit minld Ik mi In wink imtv mill HtHMIlK llll'lll. Null It HlK llllll. fill idTi'i'lltc wmli lit Hull linn. . Tim imliintillti lit'limnm iiutM lot tllltltnl' illllllinllll t 'lit Si IIIHIt'll lllll- lut ftiiwniil mill tmwiinl Hnlld II. hiilii'U will limn In Mtlininli'r lil'i illi'lnlii)ilili In Ml mini I 'I Ihi iilUi'ilni ki'i'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. — 15 August 1895

9SES mW mtHON -ofcre .Missouri, W't ;" HJM.MHH) lUM,TBi;HlDAt'8TIMlH(, JatoA ,L..jii. .- - . . " SKSTU-"-eV .. &iW, i ,.ili.i. ii .i i. i .in, i . JfwtN-ftl al IA IVitftXM at Au)Mta Clly fiK,imMoKl(l'inaltr. Thursday, Ana. lft, 1808. Mtmunt Vxqirio n. h.-tisim-taulk, C1UKUH. OV TUIIt. wkitWahU. KO lit)y KxpreU.. Arrive HilO p.m. l.oavei 1 US pm Ho. I, NlgM Kxpreit 'ArrlVM'Htiiq n. m . ' Leaves lailionim. Not t. Licit I'uMohurr. Arrives 11 MO Leaves l'JUUli.m. freight lOairlei viiwigcrM.Davo lOiW) i. nit a. w. lUITWAtlll, Ho. ,lay Hxpr'iii. . . .Arrives SiMpm'!' Kb. 4V" MlitlitKituroM Arrives aiiu ito. I, Local 1'iiicimer, Aiilvji VJi4t) n, in, Leaves nw p. m. W. 8, K. 0,Kxpie Atriveia.nua.m. I.eaVBS 11(10 Ik. Ill freight, onrrlo pasienger. Leavca 8 M ii in oi mi, height, i-trllpH uigcii hi Usage only, , 8w0u.ni. Loual paiaunger trslns 0 mill 0 run liu- twoon Hi. IajuU and Kuiistii Oily. Ml, I hat tlnoufh ilMliin tu Joillu, Mo, tit rlliiiut llllliauls, rr Mcllnlnv flint .0 on all...

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. — 15 August 1895

r. State Republican. jmw eebon crrr, missoubj. THE BIVEB OF TIUEi BT B. P. TAYLOR, A wonderful stream Is tho river cf Time A II rum through tho renin! of tears, With atanltlesa rlijthm nnd musical rtijmn Aa It blende with the ocean of yeara" Itow, the watcn aro drifting, llko flakes of now, And the summer like bnda between, And the yeara In the sheaf as thoy come and go, On the rlrer'a breast with Its ebb ond flow Aa It glides In Us shadow ond aheon, There's a mnslonl Isle on the rlTcr of Time, When the softest of aire nro playing, tTbere'a a cloudless air and a tropical sun And a Bong aa sweet as n vesper chime, And the Juno Willi Iho roses aro straying. And tho namo of this Isle Is Long Ago, And we bury our treasures therei There are browa of beauty nnd bosoms of anow, t There aro heaps of dust but we lore them ao, Thero are trinkets and treasures of hair. Thero aro fragments of songs that LoboJr sings, And a part of nn Infant's prayert Thero'a a luto unswept and a harp without at...

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. — 22 August 1895

Sfjjft mm l"i& t riiiiniiTiiiTTTiM TiiMnr BjsBsjpssmBBrimr 4 ! 1 'II 1 VOLUME XXIYi JEFFERSON CITY, COLE OOUNffiT, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1895.' NUMBER 37. MISSOURI NEWS. Bloyclo races at Maryvlllo are de traotlng very mncli from the Interest manifested In hone speed. The Concordia creamery paid 11,800 last month for milk, handling 377,000 pounds of the fluid. Her. t; J. Ferrlll, a well-known Methodist minister, Is now running a grocerystoro at Louisiana. It Is expected the electrlo railway between Oartbage and Oartervllle,' will be completed by October 0. Clinton gave the Memphis station' gent (4,000 more In the way of pat ronage this year than It did last. Stanborry man found a pocket book containing $50,000, and promptly returned -It to the owner. Thomas Giles, of Bismarck, Is they oldest man in St. Francois county, having passed bis ninety-sixth mile' post. The Jasper' county court house,1 Just completed and accepted by the' county court, Is to be dedicated 0c tober ...

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. — 22 August 1895

5T1TE REPDBLICAH. IEFFKU80N CITY, MISSOVM. 8ubicrlptlo l'rlcc, $1.00 l'cr Tear. Thursday, Aug. 22, 1895. namo inannor that railroad'? improve their trncl; whon wnsbotl nvtiy. In tlii9 ngn wo tiro w Inclined to over look tho permanency ot ovsrjtliitig in ono cIiiimj lor tho now Hint tho iven tiro suffering with overruling olse. J. G. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING HATES. On tncli, 1 tuoiitli 11 (HJ Oiio-qiiiuter eohnns, 1 muntli Hull Onu-hnlf column, 1 innutli 8,00 Out column, 1 inotitli t t.O Ono.tiinrler iwjrn, 1 inoulli 1"'(JU Oiio-liult page, 1 inoulli 3-00 Discount on iuily contract. Local, i cents per line t-iirli lnpcrtlot:. Jefferson City is tho best town in Missouri, mid Sednlla is beginning to think it is tho smartest. A citizon of Sednliu writing to a citizen ol this city wiitus that he is anxious to get array from "Sodom." Poor old bum Scdnli;i. Thero linn boon somo lecjveiy, ot couifco, Iroiri the gre.it depression hnl the itnteinnnt. t li nf ovptylliitu; is on tbo up grndo...

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. — 22 August 1895

41. , V " -ft- r ' 11 . i nhaa.,.'., , fin. " 'W I 'ft .J: 1 JEFFEBSON rassoum. rnntiaiiKD ivm tubiisdat, evuuho. SUDSfiRIWlflN, $1,AYEAR,, fn'lr?(l a( Ins iWojflcs at Jejerton City iiiu, nt tee.ow elan maHer. Nw Sorie., Jan, 7. low. J Thursday! Aug". 22, 1895". fen (to- MISSOURI I'ACIFIO It. It. TIMK TAM.B CHANGE OV T1IIK. WESTWAUD. No 1, Day "Express.. Arrives 12:155 p.m. Leaves 1 lift n.m. No. I, Night Express Arrives 1'2;3U h. in Leaves 12s:i0 a.m. .'No. 5, Local I'nescnirer. Anlvcs V2:23 ' ii. m. . Leiues 12:4Up.m Freight, carries nassereers, Leave 1U.-30 a.m. " BASIWARD. No. 2, Pay Express. Arrives 2i35Tmu Leaves2:G0 p.im No. 4. Nhtlit Express'. Arrives 2:13 n. m. Leaves 2:13 a. in ' No. t. Local PasscliKcr. Anlvcs 12:10 p ni. Leaves i:5o p, m. No. 8, It. O.Express Arrives 3.00 a. in Leaves 3:00 a. in. Freight, carries paBSongera. Leaycs 3 -M p. in. No-121, freight, carries pass engers to UsuRo only, 8:30a. ni Local passenger trains 0 aud 0 run Do - tween St. Louis and Kansas ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 22 August 1895

I 1 1 . ...ill ' . J '' ' f' '. . ', i ' ! i ' State Republican. JWrFBEBON OITT, MlflSOUIlL WHEN MAIMTE MAERIED, BTJAUSa WHITCOMB BltBTt Wheft Malmlft married-Char ley Drownl Joy took poiseBeilon of the town Thejounff folksnwarmod In hnppy throngs They rang the bells, they caroled aonga, They carpeted the atcpi that led Into the churoh whero they were wed. And up and down the altar stair They scattered rosea everywhere When, In her orange blossom crown Queen Malmle married Charley Brown. Bo beautiful she was, it seemed Men looking on her dreamed they dreamed And he the holy man who took Her band In his, bo thrilled and shook The gargoylos round tho ceiling's rim tooVeddown and leered and grinned at him Until he half forgot his part Of sanctity , and felt his heart Beat worldward through his sacred gown When Malmle married Charley Brown. The brldematds kitted her left and right Fond mothers hugged her with delight Young men of twentyneven were seen To blush like lads of neTcntecn The...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 29 August 1895

fl ..yoLuxxfy. ' t ' '. ','" , , , , jryoisf city, cole coinrajj ip " . ;missouri news, . . isspui,NEws. , pdLidAL. I-, El E99 V EPUBLICANi rU ?yirtf 'IT ' 'i TP gjEI,, T,HUK&DAY, AUGUST 2!), 1895. NUMBER 38. 7 Hi i Parties ,are prospecting for gold near Wakenda, Carroll county. TbVOdd Fellows have laid out an addilioh'to'tho Shelblna cemetery, Thousands ot bushels ot apples w'tttfc:n-.the ilP?1 in, Oasa cojjify. Ilnton Wlloox5waa .captured In Miion, Missouri, charged with conn tei.eltlng7' wrlJ( arrw Moraan fJlm,NorvaU and iuup raxneia escape a irom tne county jail.' . rtlv'TriTif. ntist.fvtivtia ilia 11.1 if p ,vuw awua. vu va euv IUV4 toft Wright county ,has yet been reduced to a state ot cultivation. We D. Shelby, son of General Jdi Shelby, la oraanlzlne an exnedl- to.Cnbato fiefp'tho Insurgents. J he Arkansas' i Northwestern roaef 'it belfatr snrvered -'between -ibiWJ'AritWfod's80uthwoiit Cltyj'Jtfo' " ' f Canfoll, county will be ont $ 1,000 on account ot the Taylors' trial...

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. — 29 August 1895

f- ! ai-l 'STiTEMPMICM. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, Si(bscrlitlo l'rlce, $1.00 1'" Tear. Thursday, Aug. '.'0, 1895. J, C. FISHElt, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. Oni Inch, 1 month VI W) Ouo-quartor columi, 1 month "0 One-hail column, 1 mouth S.00 Ons colunm, 1 month p One-uimrter tinge, 1 tnonth 17100 One-halt page, 1 month 32 l)U Discounts on yearly contracts. i,ocal, cunts per lino cucu nijcriiou. Missouri. Missouri is making It record this year thai will put her iu tho rout ranks of n tioor-failing crop-pro-ilucor. Whilo Kntisnu, Nebraska, ntul Oklahoma aro tut fieri ng from drouth and other thingB, Missouri ia flour- lulling liko n groon bay tree. Her wheat crop is oxcollont nnd her corn crop was nevor bottui, Tho nmner- oua rnins in Juno and Julv will giTo lier tho biggist grass crop that sho has onjoyed in many yi-nrs. As Misbouri is a great stock slate, this is on of the most important of her crops. It is worth luoro to her thuti Somo of Our Industries, A visit to tho Dullo Milling...

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. — 29 August 1895

t r fief'v dA-VF-l" . i-,i '111 f Mr JiJJKJ SOW s. VlBFfEBSON OITY, MlSsOUltr. ' 1 rtmtisKiD KVim riranaDAV kvihino. rStlBSCRIl'JION, $l. A YEAR, Jftr. n(rl ui ie l'oitoflte at Jtltnon City V ' Mii., nt tecuml clmi ititr ' (NewSonii, Jd, 7,i30.1 Thursday, Aug. 29, 1895. "''v-MHsouni rAcinq n. n. tihb table, C1IANOE OK TIIIK. WESTWAIID. 'fcol,Dy Express. .Arrive l2iB3p.m ,-' No. 3, Klglit Express Arrives 12.'UO . m ',!"'' Leaves IS i3Un. in. No. 6, Local I'aieeriRisr. Arrives 12:25 . v in. Lcavetl2MUti.nl . s iFrclirbl. carries tmsteuKera. Leave 10:30 KASTWAHO. Under the Wh 's, j Shruaol Snow, a M ttiuri Pn lllo brskotnao, suiToreil tliu loss of bis nrra nl Osngo Oily lm,t Snndny morning. Mr, Snow won riding on tlio oDgino, and rs lio .wait slopping from tho rear; o! tho tondor fell botwoen tho caw to tho trnclt, His fall vraa not noticed until the ontiro train of foity.nino cars had passod over him. He Wiw brought to this city Sunday night and taken to the Pacific' house where His 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. — 29 August 1895

State JWrjHHflON CITT, . MI830U1U. RepuBuemta LEGEND OF E b0 yonr 'rlear jB ..1 texas tmm; car HPT f " DHMMT rmilllltr "What you say to while qftKri comfort each other. " . MA . ' 't'f '? ,ArM' BONNE FEMME. frowntaglyMwfl.r.f.n. mmAnMao, w to M JHHMLHLj nl'I mSrrihNmh . J$M "Me o trouble hor, ufHLost happy. Bat sh. realUeVtor' W WMm' OLl U oCI 1UC5 1 N U W , ! '"ty"" M!t Haha, "me wrap blanket round htfPMe Drat time in her life how, delight) , il!,W'" ' ' i" f,"''"" '..,-, f. j, f - ,& ,v s,. v. ; y Jj X ; '' 3yi OH with you, get gun., j tho society of congenial friend..1 , Ml 'J AW ' ''"" ; ' ' ' ' " l'3" 'Ml! bread. We cros. river betoMjt.Tlielr eympathy tightened her , fcJ.B MjH JRv 1 ViUd'v ' ' ....-. -,. ' . ,G'j'' Stv, w . 1 'IB nay break, or white man take oa';aK;iffliti of trouble, and damtUW 1 MMBMHwIMIIBa Jl t (HT ..... . . , L ' IHW'Q'W'.. " v?IbSM I l""wsjBaaaaj." I ' '-i''- . .j '(iHsuirrt .ai.'u, r.. j "i19xm- WOBTEBMELON TIME. BT J1UM wniTcoua RIUT. Old wort.rm.lo...

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. — 5 September 1895

ft';- if. P THE STATE REPUBLICAN. J VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, A 1 MISSOURI- NEWS. Qnltman la the only town In tho state that lias not a colored citizen. Monroe county Is excited over tho discovery of zinc, which It Is claimed exists thero la largo quantities. Missouri now boasts of sevonty cx-confederate camps, which make glad tho hoarts of tho veterans. Rev. J. D. Marquis, one of tho eldest and best known Mottiodlst ministers In the state, dropped dead at Xrondalo recently. Judge Henry Oowglll, of Obllll cothe, died, aged 62. lie was probate judgo for eight joara and county ilerk for four. ' William A. Hill, recently commit ged to J All at Sedalia at the ago of 02 yours, Is credited as bolng the oldost horaethlef ln-Missourl. Tho Camden Point military school board has leased the building to Rev. Everett, who will conduct the same as a prlvato Institution. A flock of wild geese was seen on tho Island opposite Jefferson City on Monday, a thing unpiocodented at this se...

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. — 5 September 1895

-'f -s. 8T1TE REPDBLICil. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Trice, $1.00 Per Tear. ' Thursday, Sept. 0, 1895. J. C. FJS1IER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. On Inch, 1 month l1 W) Ono-quarter colutna, 1 month I 60 Oue-liMf oolumti, 1 month S,W On column, 1 mouth... j0 One-uuartar pngo, 1 mouth 1700 Ono-tiMI page, 1 mouth 32 00 DltcounU on ) early contiacts. Locals, b cenu per line each lusortlou. Tho work on tlio bridgo is pro gressing rapidly, Jeirersou oan justly (eel proud of horself. Jefferson City Jollerson City is beyond question tho most prosperous town in tho stnte, for its size With n popula tion of 8000 people, it can bansl of creator manufacturing industries thnu tiny town of 110,000 iu the stato. Tho city in ittpplicd with OTory mod orn' convenience that is on joyed by othor citios In tho state oxcopt nn electric car lino, which will coiuo on tho completion of tho gront bridgo across tho Missouri rivor. Sho en joys rivor and railroad cempetition for passengor ond freight...

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