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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 September 1895

hum IBITBIISON CITY, MISSOURI. fODLieiiED xvrnt tiisimdiv itenino. SUBSCRItTION, $1. A YEAR, ftounrtaa ntcrl at (he jPoifojBcs at JtHtrton City iln., mi isconfi ctfMt matter. NowSorle, Jn.7, 1S0O.I Thursday, Sept. 5, 1805. Missouri rAWKio n. n. timb tadle CHANGE OV TlStB. WESTWAIID. No l.Uay Express.. Arrives 12:55 p.m Leaves lll3 p. m No. 3, Nhtht Express Arrives U.-3U ft. di I.phvh l!t::iO a.m. No. 6. Local I'asseURer. Arrives 1'1:25 .. Leaves l'J:D.m Pruiirlit. carries UMieuicere, Leave 10:30 a, in. "ASTWAUD.. County Cci f Tho county court cor onod Mon day morning ns n boar I of orpiall- zation to pass upon tint morohant's and manufacturer's tax-book, Aftor a abort discussion, tho matter was laid over until Boptcmbor 10. The following accounts allowed 0. A. Lamsou, bridgo work $j07,C0 Jacob Vetler, road work. , . , 50.00- W. Elliott, road work. . . 20.00 Tho judges inspoctod tho St. LouIh and Jofforson City road at Bogg's oreak Tuesday , with n viow to making an order for straigh...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 September 1895

THE LEGEND OF BONNE FEMME, Story of Early Days in Missouri. Bv Sidney E. Powell. Now mnt Ihibtlihcd. onAPTEii'v. Morns ri:miA Wlion ttio Indian vlltago came In Hglit the captive woro tlrod enough to bo glad, although they did not know what dreadful fato awaited them. Thore was no yolllng nor noise to grcot them but barking o( dogs. Tho wigwams woro mostly dark, but hero and thoro faint lights glim mered. Tho captives woro tnkon Into a low room ton or twelve fcot square, tho Bldos within covered with dressed skins. Tho outside was made from brush and bark from tho trees giving thorn the appearance of ragged uncouth piles of bru?h, tho smoke curling from the bristling top ' being tho only thing to indicate It as a habitation for mou. Annnttn and Mr. find Mm. Tlnrrmrrl mnya i.nn.1 tint .wl .., V..t TT1. ' Into tho largest and most comforta ble wigwam In the vlllago not ex cepting the one occupied by Sarafan. The smoko met them at the on trance, but so did tho worm air, and It was grate...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 September 1895

THE , : STATEI REPUBLICAN. S&V . ' 1"1 1 ' ' " - ' ' ... . I VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1895. M&SOURrNEWS. MISSOURI NEWS. A i hi The Farmer' bank of laddonla has re-openod and I doing bualnes. Mrs. Jessie D. HInckly, aged 05 yean, died ather home In Westport. Mrs. Julia Rouse, aged, OS yean, wife of Norman -Rome; of Kansas city, , Is dead. , Thero Is talk of the restoration on the Missouri Paclflo of the wages of two year ago. Part of the "Missouri on Wheel" exhibit will consist of tobacco leaves seven feet long. There la a bearing Bon. Davis ap ple tree In Randolph connty which first bore, fruit In 1850. A man 60 years old, a resident of Bt. Charles, has been sent to the' The home of Ohap Crawley, at fceytesvllle, was struck by lightning and entirely consumed by Are. The annual reunion of the survlv era of the twenty-first Missouri regi ment will be held at Memphis this year, September 18 and 19. The Hopkins Journal announces...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 September 1895

8 it t is? m nan wssi 1 1 1 iBhim i i - - - . - . UBLICil. MISSOUBI. ubssriptloa Price, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday, Sept. 12, 1895. J. O. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. On Inch, 1 month VI 00 Ons-quarter columa, 1 month 1(0 One-half Column, 1 month 00 One column, 1 month I 60 Oae.quarUr pace, 1 month.. . ... .17(00 aoe-nau page, l month sj vu 'ZMioounts on yearly contracts, locals, I eenti per line eaeh Insertion. Waller may dio of old age, in a French prison, before the Cleveland administration helpshim any. Free trade end the gold standard go hand-In-hand, but It will pauper ize America. Secretary Morton sees the future very clearly. Ue says ho will never hold another office Democratic politicians aro sorely puzzled, They don't know whethor to Join the goldbugs, straddlebugs or the silverbugs. Financial discussions are some times dangerous. Four deaths fol lowed one in Kentucky, and Joe Blackburn wasn't in it Protection. It docs not require an astute stu dont of history to under...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 September 1895

' W V FtTM.MHID XVItrt TltDIUJ ' . w s, LfttUrtO. .SOBSCRIHflON, $UYEAR, IN novnxoa 'ft sit ' .--,.. 1 '-I,- . JTneerei) al Iht Potidfflet at Jtttrton VU Ma., at HtoniemimatUTi New Berlei, Jan, J, lew. v. Thursday, Sept. 12, 1895, ek&3c V iit.. MaoSOUttl PACIFIC B. B. T1MB TABLE CHAMOIS OF TIH8. TTBSTWAUB. No l,DyKicprei.Arrlve ia:55p.m. leaves 1:15 D.m No. 3. NlchtKxDren Arrlvei 12;li a. pi No. 6, Local Passenger. Jkrrivea 12:20 ... . Leaves 13:40 n.m. RVaiirht.irrl nussenecrs.Lcave 10:30 A.ui. KA8TWAI1U. NO. 3 ifray Express. . . . Arrives 2:35 p.m ' Leaves 3:60 n.m 4. NlnlitExDKM. Arrives 3:13 7 -3 Te SilS a. m, No ft No. . Local rasseneer. An Ives 12:40 i. m. Leaves 1 ids p. m l). Mo S, K. O.Kxpress Arrives 3.wa.m Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 :55 p. IU. No. 134, Irelght, carries pass tsngcra to Osage only, 8:30 a. m. Local passenger trains 5 and 6 run be tween 8t. Louis and Kansas City. Ne. S hai through aleeiiere to Joplin, Me. i. n.iiant 11111 routa. -rni radioing ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 September 1895

31? 3r atb Republican. JEyFEKSON OTTT, MIS30UBX. HIGH TIDE AT GETTYSBURG KB "WILL n TnOMMOlT. A cloud poueseed th hollow field, The gathering bnttlo tmoky shield, Athwart tbo Rlbom the llghtnlDp flashed, And through the cloud ijomo horsemen dftfthed, And from the heights the thunder pealod. Then, at the brief command of Loo MoTftJ out that matchless Infantry, With IMcltctt leadluff grandly down, To rnab t'10 roaring crown, Of tbosu dread heights of dentin?. Far beard ftbrtto the angry guns, A cry across tbo tumult runs Tho voice that rang through ShIloha woods, And Chlckamauga's solitude Tho fierce south cheering on her son. Ah, how tho withering tempos, blew Against tho front of Pettlgrut A khamsin wind that scorched and singed. r Like that Infernal flame that fringed y Tho British square nt Waterloo! A thousand fell wher Kemper led A thousand died where Uarnett bledt In Ulndlog flame and strangling smoke, The reinnanH through the batteries broke, And crossed tho work with Arm I st...

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. — 19 September 1895

2$ STATE volume xxjy. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, .SEPTEMBER 1!), 1893. NUMBER 41. MISSOURI NEWS. If: Dr. J, 0, Burger, of Boonvllle, la dead. 1 Hannibal claims to bare the finest public library In tho state onUlde of 8t, Louis. Theo. P. Sean, ot tho Moberly Democrat, died from an overdose of morphlnoi One of the flreb Bottled points In the state,, Bonne Terre, has no town organization. It Is Riven out that Missouri has half a million more acres of corn than any other state. 4, De Soto Is anxious to secure the location of the Southeast Missouri Christian Oolloge. $fcitea 'wUlteratik.4aii! cf coal , weighing 2,400 pounds for the "Mis? souri on Wheels" exhibit. Miss Mamlo Carroll, ot Independ ence, Is to take a law course In the .Missouri State University. The meet at Marshall, September 20, will be the first bicycle gathering ever held In Saline county. " Asbnry, Jasper county, gives no tlce that it has been moved one mllo north ot its former location. Charles Warren, of F...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 19 September 1895

STATE HEPOBHOtt JEFFERSON OITV, MISSOURI. Subscription lylee $100 per Teafi Thursday, Sept. 19, 1395. J. 0. FISHER, MUor. ADVERTISING RATES. Onlncli, 1 montt ' Chaunccv I. FilU of thfa state In i, Y. . of nn .i .11 "n'uimtnont cityo, si "Mn"lonor forth, Tl. "Saint that offleb.1. ...ul lnnt u ii,.,- - - mroiign the ahln i"re4 Pty loader,. .o,,T , 1...0!. of an nlnnf i"' rr,V,r .ll' liaaKo of a weinhn. r, ..'. "I'l'oiutniont the conch.,! .,"7 "oarU JuHcl i,i. r 1110 r 1 .,n- .. : nar V inn, Bun Mil t " - '.?. "fa UlO Mlrn,.!" V!?lne"' "F The -chalrm.n :7 ' U1 ual '"clal luairraan nt n. -""'"inui'CS slate WckCrcker Wt become wise In England If ho L(hl h ol come back to boss Tammany. nvoin. In ; . ""t'uouMl" .iral known that Mr. CL " Colo county wiJ xepuwicnn tl-' eloct its entire al. noit year. This 0' N, J., donbt- Sonator Smith, ! meant to jjV, "fiTcastio when ho to Mr, Cleveland as tho Statesman, news is dull in VVhenoTor irnsnington newspaper Reporter is, sent to Jn- flry Morton, u...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 19 September 1895

a$S&; ' siirctaniVfifWi. si. A Y'M IN nDvflrios .tfnfVrrrf attht IWoJfles at,JtSerion Cltti Mo i, lit teeeiwi etosi mutter-. (New Ssrles, Jin. 7, 1890.) Thursday, opt. iO, 1805. )p.m 10:30 . . KIMOTJBl J-AOIFIO B. B. TIME TAOLE. CHANGE OV-T1UB. WESXWAUO. So M PTe9..Arrlve 12:55 p.m. No. I, Nlguf &&225f& w- . o -n. Arrives VJ:S5 . -w, V j.uuui l niBvuk' fcSJ2I4U p. ui jm. Freight, carries passengers, Le EA8TWAHD. Ko. 3 ,Py Express .... Arrives 2(35jp.iu - ' ' Leaves 3:50 p.m. Kii-'W4.1.KlUtExpre8S. Arrives 3:13 S.-f' ' . . L.uAa'llf,'. . . arrelgnt, carries pswongsrs. i. o. 'l24, freight, cwtesp"- engciB lo Oaagu only, .ou. m- ' 1 . .Local passenger trains ( H 1 run oe- $ i ' itwecnSt. Louis ami KauJaiL'Uy. -Nt-. S his through itlatuiri lo iituTt . rta 1Bant HlllfAlltS. iltts .Mdlulng chair .ars ,eu )l .Miton'1 Irvn. LEBASONimAKCli, N. 153 lttrei Jefferson City t CM '. in. Arrives at lUgueU at la.lOa. in. Ko.lM l.rc li.Butllil ,,.10,i. ni Arrlres at Jeltf r on City S....

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 19 September 1895

pate Republican. dn orrr, - Misaouat BHE AHD HER PARENTS. FBOM TUB IDLE Re wt houao a few miles from the city. Ereaaentlr llncor ouuldoi I the home of a maid who la pretty aald X would like for my bride. r that I nerer shall win her, rDBsalonlshopeleoitftnd mute laaro that her parents would "kin her. they thought that aho amtlcd oa in ault. teyea ftp tho purest nnd lirtehtoat at ever encouraged a hope; frln ts tie BO(teit aod whitest Eat OTor ahod lustre on Boapj hair Is tbe richest find goUlos at 6Tor a halrdrewr dresaedi I her parents are aurly the col ilea I Itorolne e?er possessor!. P voice, It's a meizo-ioprnno, fould toake even TattL afraldt the way that aho plays the piano pis Rubinstein quite In the ahado. perfect she ta than perfect Ion ( Man her t can't and I won'tl I she Hooks upon mo with affection, bther parents Ot bother them! don't. ly Intend herto marry a tltlot heywanttoaddroashrr, "Your Orace." yT6 made up their minds thla ta vital Ihloh scratches me out of the rac...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 3 October 1895

iKrwav m i i;uK,;:x ' i ilfS " "VOLUME XXIV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSWJ m : i ; : ' vm b V UBLICAN M J? CHUEBDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1805. v 1 T NUMBER 43. si" POLITICAL Hx-Oongressman Outhwalte say that tbe harmony among Ohio dem- oorats la surprising. Congressman Berry has corns ont as a candidate against Blackburn (or the senate In Kentucky. Senator Veit emphatically de. dares that he la -in favor of tho free coinage of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1. Ex-Congressman J, DeWItt. War ren, of New York, thinks that Inse rtion on the currency question by the Incoming congress will make Cleve land's nomination Inevitable. h': Wit JL It- Si M. Atherton, a member of th'o resolutions committee of the Ken tacky democratio convention, baa written a long open letter to P. Wat Hardin, the democratio candidate for money piatiorm ana aecianng mat ha will work against Hardin as will all of his friends. The New Jersey democrats nomi nated Chancellor A. E. McQlll for governor. The platform was the...

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. — 3 October 1895

1 us?,? STITE REPDBLICAU. JT5FFEKS0N CITY, MISSOURI. SubBcrtptlnti l'rlec, 81.00 Per Year. Thursday, Oct. 3, 1895. J. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month Vl 00 Onc-qnartor column, 1 month 3 60 Ono-lialf column, 1 month........ S.00 One column. 1 month 1 GO One.qua.rtcr pngo, 1 month 17 00 Ono-half para, 1 month 32 00 Dltcnunt on yearly contracts. Local 6 ocnts per lino each lnscrlloii. (Senator Mills is Hailing out that Texans do not lilto wobblers, Tho monoy barrol Las never taken iho plnco of principles in n lteptib llcan national convention, uud never Will. Sonator Vest admits that ho wav- re all tbo wav from 10 to 1 to 20 to 1 in bis idea ot tbo ratio that ilvor monoy sbould boar to gold, Dick Croker is homo again, but battory hasn't opened. Did Did; nd Joo mtko a deal in "Liiuniiu?1 Senator Brico may bo nblo to buy tho presidency of a railroad; that of tho United .States is out of his reach, Adlai Stevenson was at tho ChickamangH celebration, but where is ho...

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. — 3 October 1895

SftJ"y Lj" - . .. ... ..- . -. .1. t ;i Mint.Ifiiifn errni TtrannriAY. vMttia. Fiinm'f xi'f Geo. I Qiiorof the ddcst i MrfQebta JIIW $t,A Y BAR, IN-i MOWAflOa AnMfeJ.dt IU roWiH!ii a tftfcrton City iln.,itnKon(iclim metier i Thursday, Sept. 2a, 1805. tttssouni rActno n. ni timr table. CIIANOK OK, HUB. j Ko liDay Exlro8i.Artlvc 12:"5 p.m. ' l,(iuve 1:15 p.m. No. 8, Night Etpress Arrives 13:ilU a. ui Loaves ia:iWn.ui. No. t, Local Pecnger. Arrive li!5 p. in. Leaves 12:40 p.m. FrelKlil,carrlcs paeoK''iIve 10,i,' a. in. No. 1 ,Dy Expresi'. . Arrives 2i35 p.m . ' leaves "4:60 p.m. v. i. vi.l.i.nnialit ArnVes' 2:13 1- "fflaim 111. v - u;TBa i ;uo (J. w 8, K. 0, Express Arrives 3.00 a.m. Freight,-carries passenger". -Leaves 3 -65 p. m. Ko.' 124, lrelgbt, carries pass ,enger lo 0g! only, 8:30aitn. 1,001 passenger trains 5 and 8 ruu Be tween SC. Louis ami Kansas City. No. h through sleepers to Joplln, Mo. via lleut Hill loule. i, rroe rtclnilntf chair cars on all through trains, LKDANOH nUAN...

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. — 3 October 1895

rr E LEGEND OF BONNE FEMME, )ry of Early Days in Mis souri. By Sidney E. Powell. Nov) Firtt rubllthed. DHAFTEB IX. A SntANQH RELIC. Iinnette when aroused to con- Duenesa openod her eyeB on so Sxpocted a scone that It was With Bculty she could roallze whore she Iras that Indeed Mrs. Bernard (o wan holdlng.her head and hug g her so affectionately? Where 3, she come from? And who was I handsome man In the dress of a Idler who stood near her with a taming dinner on a plate In his Dd? Oar readers though will cognize Oapt. Harmon, the noble bklng officer ol the St. Louis gar- on. The third visitor Was the old appor, Mr. Burns, In his dress ot Bins, having his dog and gnn as tore, and the samo grim stolid ok on his face. "This is Capt. Harmon ot the ny, Miss Laselle," said Mrs. Ber- introduclng them smilingly. bd the Captain bowed as low to the Ittle captlvo lady seated on her bod I leaves, as If she had boon a coun- ess. "Poor 'dear child, how she has suf- ered, as woll as myself, but yon...

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. — 10 October 1895

M&Me - VOLUME XXIV. . JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUiW, Mid ICS. Ilp' ' MlSS0URl NEW.S- I GENERAL NEWS. ' GENERAL NEWS. INSURANCE MONEYS, s4p OF THE EARTH. WMC;' Mrs. Joan Francisco, of Butler,'! Statement" of the publlo debt The choiwa ln China and Japan fa Btete Auditor Selbert apportioned Thl aged 78 year, b dead. UWa Unclo Bamto owo94l,089,000 Lot .b.ted. ltl. th.t lt u, the $107,008.84, county forolRn in- fjnllJdi c PUBLICAN. ji.. i . umus i , i f 1 a ".4 ' COM lOtJllI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1895. it ' NUMBER 44. fir. Mrs, Joan Francisco, aged 78 years, la dead. An attempt is being made to rouso Sedalia against dlptheria. Tho grapo. crop of Nodaway county was almost a total failure this year. , x A. Ore at Mcrwln destroyed a.nnm bor of business houses and sto.ks ol goods. ' Pat McCJohoe, a 14 year old boy ol Richards, was klckod in the head by a cow. Morris Madder, a ten years o!d boy of Bt. Louis, was found drunk in the gutter. Senator Cleorge Q. Vest will speak oa thtrraoaetftr...

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. — 10 October 1895

3T 1 ft pa Eft STATE REPUBLICAN JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. flnbqcrlptlon Price, 81.00 Per Year. Thursday, Oct. 10, 1895. J. 0. FISHEll, Editor. ADVERTISING KATES. Oca Irish, 1 month 11 00 ""ris-pup.'ter column, 1 month 3 60 O j-Iihll coliniui, 1 month ,U(J J jo column, 1 month S no Cne.cjuartcr 1 month I"f00 One-halt paee, 1 tnoutti 3J 00 Discounts on yearly contmcts. Locals, 5 cents pur lino eaeli lusertloi. Surelj Mr. Cleveland must laugh with " ghoulish glee " nt Senator Hill's present prodicamont. Non York is as certain to go Re publican next year, unil this too, a9 V nnajlvania is. The Democratic platform 'in N'w York means oxactly Tfhat it was in tended to mean nothing. .Attorney General Harmon is moro likely to bother tho trusts than he is to resign his oflico. Senator Gorinan never found his job, boshing the Maryland Deuio crats, so hard as it is this year. Wondor if Dick Croaker doosn't wish ho had remained in England awhile longer. Old Hickory on Protection. ' On April 0, 1...

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. — 10 October 1895

iSJffiSH? K lUttMMtsatt I C.V M I Remarkable Accident. flfo FA. moft'Safc f I Homo Seeken Enursion. fl JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI ftlBLISHED IVFUT TUOBSDAT EVKHtHO. SUBSCRUTION, $1, A YEAH, IN ADvnnaa finfrJ a( Ae Pottojlu at Jtjjerton City iln at ttr.owl clan matter. (New Series, Jan. T, 1SU0.) Thursday, Sept. 10, 1805. HlasouRi rACirio n. n. time tadlb. c11ahob ok time, westward. No 1, Day 'Express. .Arrives 12:55 p.m. uent w ....... Loaves 12:30 a. in tho city liRht. All .nt except City Coups. A regular meeting council-was licld Montlii t!ie uuuncllmen' Were pr Mr. Iloesen. Petition of Charles Krump for permission to build a frame douse was received and granted. The mayor approved Ihe contracts for street Improvements awarded last month to V. H. ICoikaieyer & Co. and to Gordon eV Oster. Tho report of tho committee on finaiiuo was r submitted. It shows tho condition of the city's finances to be as follows: Biiluuco September 1. . . .54,039 51 Receipts for Sopt. ..... 0,90 1 15 D...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 10 October 1895

Pi! State Republican. ZWmBROX GITT, IttSBOUEL THE DREAMS. r uqkioi nu. Two dreims came down to earth on night From (be realm of mlit and dew) On wu a dream of the old, old day a, And oo waa dream of the now On wu a dream of a ahad? lane That led to the plokere'l pond Where the willow and rushes bowed them aelrei To the brown old hills bejond. And the people that peopled the oldtlrao dream Were pleasant and fair to soo, And the dreamer he walked with them again A often of old walked he. Oh, oool was the wind in the shady lane That tangled hts curly halrt Oh, aet waa the mtiMo the robins made To the springtime everywhere! Wasltjtbe dew the rirenmhad hwvght FTom yonder midnight skips, ' Or waa tt tears from the dear dond years That lay In the dreamer's eyoi? The other dream ran fast and free, As the moon benignly shed Ber golden grace on tho smiling face In the little truudle bed. For 'twas a dream of times to como. Of the glorious noon of day. Of summer that follows the careless tprln...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 24 October 1895

ini 4As STATE REPUBLICAN. fig VOLUME XXIV. t JEFFERSON OITY, COLlJ CC MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1895. NUMBER 46. MISSOURI NEWS. MISSOURI NEWS. Charles Steven was arrested near Ohlllloothe, charged with the murder of Wm. A. Ellis. ' Boonvlllo it to have a new market house and expects to add a metropo litan hotel In the near future. 8. P.- Black, who disappeared from Carl Junction, on September 80, la at the home of hit brother In Cranberry, IT. 0. A baseball circuit comprising Sa vannah, Amazonia, Fillmore, Roien dale, Rochester, Bush and Nodaway will be organized next year. The corn crop of Missouri averages 111 per cent.-sccordlng to the report of Department of Agriculture, or 13 per cent, better than" any state in the Union.. There. Is a district In St. Louis with 100,000 Inhabitants and only one church. Formerly It contained twenty-two churches. It now has 800 saloons. The only monument bo far erected on the Ohtckamauga battleDeld for confederates was raised by Missouri, wh...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 24 October 1895

If 6f tec m j 13 I- ST1TE REPDBLHM JEFFERSON OITY, MISSOURI. eJub.crlptlon Price, $1.00 Per Year. Thursday, Oct. 24, 1895. J. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month .Ul W Ono-quarter column, 1 month 3 50 One-half column, 1 month 00 One column, 1 month W) One-quarter page, 1 month 17'.00 One-balf page, 1 month.,.. 32 00 Dlicounte on yearly contracts. Locals, 6 cents per lino each insertion. Oh nol Bobs Gorman isn't a bit lightened; be has taken the stump to beg votes just for hishoalth. The American people respectfully decline to haTe their sympathies con. trolled by Attorney Gouoral Harmon Cole Cflh't, ptalically, nT n'S; The prospects were never boftur, It isn't the greenbacks, but the lack of greenbacks, in tho ehcpo of revenue, that lios at tho bottom of the administration's troubles, Dear, good Mr, Peffer has shoved tip tho date when the populists nro to elect tho president, from 1800 to 1000. A Growing.State, Ciop failures, extreme cold weather and high taxatio...

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