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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 24 October 1895

' ... ''V. , iJL. Saw ' fEPtERSOK CITY, MISSOUBL rifc.....',..ll.t.. .,., ,.,.,., -iM ttJBtlBnED ItfRT TBOnaCXY BViKINOf SUBSCRIWIONI.AYEAR, IN- f 3r Jittered at ti ppttofflct at Jeltrton OUjl lit). , nt ttconA elan matUr, New8erles, Jan. 7, 1MHJ.I Thursday, Sept. 24, 1895. mis' Co'mmeroial Club tiling. VV W. 'Wagnbr, prr d-nt of tlio Commercial club, onll.i . a spcoial meeting' on. Thursday oyening for the purpose of introduoiug the St. Louis Jlopubllo'o corps of staff cor respondents, artists and represents. tires of the bustnoss parts of that paper. Tber 'arrived in tbo after noon ,on tbo Pnllman Tnlnco car, " Isaak TValton." Tbo party consisted of H. Lindsay and John M. Nuoltols, jr., staff corrospondonts; Walter Adair, superintondopt of circulation; 11, L. Standford, Jobn V, Carley, J. B, Dodge, A. 0. Bavard and ,T, T. Primrsso, traveling representatives. Messrs, Kuckols and Lindsay are well-known by many of our leading ml t.-.l. iij t . i t mIssoori pacific . n. time -----. - ...

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. — 24 October 1895

l4m 41 State Republican. JWFHRBOH CTTT, MISSOURI. OLD 00X0BEB. T JIM II WH1TCOMB IILST, 014 October's part nigh cone, And the frosts la comln on little heaTler every day Like our hetrta It that away! Learea ta ehangla' overhead Back from greens to gray and red Brown and yeller, with their sterna Loosen In' on the oaks and e'mij And the balance of the trees Olttln' balder every breeze Like the heads we're noratchla' ont Old Ootober's part ntgh gone. X love old Ootobor so I can't bear to see her go fiepms to me like lotln' some Old-home relative, or chum Tears like sort o aeltln by Borne old friend 'at etfrb and sigh Wm a paasln out o sight Into everlastln' ntgbti Illekernnta a feller heart Eattlln down Is more like teara Drappla on the eaves bolow X love old Ootober aol 'Can't tell what It la about Old Ootober knocks me outl X sleep well enough at night And the blamedest appetite Ever mortal man possessed Last thing et, It tastes the bestl YTarnuls, butternuts pawpawa Ilea and limber...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 31 October 1895

rlL ill jsi .iBTll ' I THE STATE VOLUME xxrv. MiSSOUW NEWS. D. Rankin has brought. 0,000 bead of cattle from Texas to feed on hi farm nearTarkio. The Springfield Fair Association will be .reorganized and re-engage In business next year. The Jasper county eloctrlo rail way will use aluminum Instead of cardboard' for Its ttokets. A majority of the Independence voters favored sewerago, bnt the necemry two-thirds was lacking. Gov. Stone appointed Samuel H. Smith pnbllo admlulstrator of. Buchanan county, vice Thomas R. Smith, resigned. The Mendota Coal Company' at Unlonvlllo has advanced mining wages 10 cents a ton over the ad' ' vancojmade Octoberl t Alexander Doyle, the scnlptor of the Blair and Benton statues, Is a grandson of John Miller, one of the early governors of Missouri. Frederick L. Billon, probably tho oldest and one of the best-known citizens of St. Louis, died at his home there in his 05th year. Harry E. Morgan, traveling sales4 man for a St. Louis saddlery com pany, died ...

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. — 31 October 1895

ft' 1 If. STITE lEPOBLICil. fBFJFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, lubicriptioa Frlce, f 1.00 Per Tear, Thursday, Oct. 31, 1895. J. 0. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. Ona Inch, 1 month Ul 00 One-quarter column, 1 month 3 CO One-half column, 1 month (00 One column, 1 month t GO One-quarter pago, 1 month 17 00 One-ball page, 1 month 32 00 Discounts on yearly contracts. Locals, ( cents per line each Insertion. Senator Gorman liasu't struck either the man who publicly cnllcil him n linr. The country needs rain almost ns bad as it neods statesmanship, lint it will get tho former iirst. The star-eyed goddess might well Jblnah tot shame and hidohor eyes when Ijrookenridge' jumped into Kentucky politics again. If advertising will sell a book Senator Shermon's " Recollections " will be a heavy seller and a big money-maker. The Atlanta exposition people were buncoed by Mr. Clevoland; tho presidential party included neither Bonier nor Eckels. Why did Adlai Stevenson leave Atlanta the day before Mr. Clo...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 31 October 1895

JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. rtmusiiED svrai wrnnaow ktisiko. SUBSCRIWION, $1, A YEAR, ffnerd at lh l'ottoffltt at Jcjjerion Oil)) Mnnt iicond clan matter. New Dories, Jan, 7, 18tHl. Thursday, Sept. 31, 1805. JilSSCUitl PACIKIO It. It. TIME TAI1LB. CHANGE OV TI1IE. W.ESTWAnD. No l.Dny Eitires.. Arrives 12:55 p.m. Leave 1:15 p.m. No. 3, Nlgltt Express ArrlveT2:3U r. m .Leaves 12 s30 n.in. No. 5, Local PaMcneer. An Ivca 11:25 p. ni. Leaves 12:4Up.m. Freight, carries paseenKerit.Leave lO.-UO IABTWA11D. No. a.Pay Express.... ArnvosS.as p.tn Leaves 2:50 p.m. No. 4, NlgUl Express. Arrives 2:13 n. ni. - Leaves 2:13 a. m. No. tf, Local Tassenger. Arrives 12:40 p m. Leaves 1:65 p. m. No. 8, K. C .Express Arrlyos 3.00 a.m. Freight, carries passengors. Leaves 3:65 y. in.' No. 124, freight, carries PM engere to Osage only, 8:JOa. m. Looal passenger trains 5 and 0 run te- Jween St. Louis and Kansas City. No. I hu 'through sl.epere to Jopllo, M. Tit Me.sant Hill route. Z.ttt r.cllnlog chair cui on a...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 31 October 1895

0. MILLER. C" ' lj J state 1 State Republican. w mnutsoN crrr, Missoum. A FANTASIA OF FOOTBALL. mow Tawn Tories. Tn football boy la In the flolctt O, bars' to hla rotijr lulrl He baa gritted hl teeth anillio'a oat on (ha heath With blood to aplll anil araro. lie haa padi on M Ugt and mnti onhla para, And a ahteld aoroaa his noo, And ho dlvea In tha game Kith an eye of flamo. And masttacrcf his foesl O, hurrah for the lad with the ln'ty lega And tha glad, voclforona ahniitr Football he can play In the orthodox way, And kick your front teeth out. Tha football boy Is out for blood! O, bere'a to his lcallu'ry Jawl Ke can smash all bis bonus, break his face on the atones, And than alnK out lor more. He haa brawn lu hla arms and thawa In his thighs, And muscle all over his frame) Ha can knock you dead with a butt of hla hi-ad, And frollo on Just the aauie. O, hurrah for the la.l with the Iron rheal And the bayrlcll of Hl'atrtty 1 1 1 r I May be trample and tuuud all bis foea In the ground...

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. — 7 November 1895

f rlffi JSTAT3,1 v Volume xxiv. - jefferson oity, cole coun! 4 ) BPUBLICAN. r7 yJB.IK THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1895. NUMBER 48. ii Missouri news: ft' 5 asr Iff her It:-- T-M . I " ' 'SsJPetato Balr' Woodi, new 8ar eoxUj It boasting of a !vlld -of 800 baabels an acre. Springfield la preparing to add eventy electric light to It street ' Illuminating facilities. Arthur Kahn, of Sedalla, waa ar , Mated, charged with tho murder of JJudgo Allbee, of Qoodland, Kansas. ' T.E.Julian, a Vabash engineer, ;wti held (or the grand Jury on l account of the wreok at Martina bwg. ( A' civil service' examination (or, those wishing to be poatofflee clerk or carrier will be held In Louisiana, T. 0. Wilson, a Hannibal man, ha an (80,000 contract (or lovee work on the Mississippi bottom, near the month of tho Missouri. Railroad Commissioner Hickman has ahlpped his household goods to Stoddard county and will hereafter make his home there. The stock has. nearly all been subscribed for a 10,C0O building In Mex...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 7 November 1895

sr. STATE REPUBLIC AIJ JUFFEHSON CITY, MlSKOUtl. Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Vest'. Thursday, OU. .11, M)o. J. C. FISHER, lulitvr. AUVEUTISINU HATES j One Inch. 1 month... vl lit) Onc-tpinrlcr column, 1 inoi.ih Sill One-halt cultnnu, 1 month tl.no Ono column, 1 motitli 9 An One.qtiarter pagu, 1 inontl 17'OU Ono-half page, 1 month 'MWt Discount on j oarly contiae.n. Locals, 6 ccnu per line each Ilu-crlloi.. )n.n rTi ' - -7 , - M t .,,., ..iiwu- .- . in Vn i ,, -1 imfm i m ' ' "' . . .mmv;. 1 jsM. 1 -fj ir ti: 'jr. "who luWIMUa xfTTV. WSW - Mr ('! ' 1 H lhi KmPttTd i0f&.';:Xie7, " brim, - bMne.A ant. . fsm . . wr KlvcrtlslnBlTwlnjjl Dick Crokor has bought niioilici $25,000 rnco borne, but ho hnsn't told where ho got liis money. Up to dnto Mr. CletehiLd hai not ndorGOl-tliooo&iiiuiiil.,tjw.Bl.it;tc4 Ihe British lion's tail by Don Dick inson. Jf Ji.'a administration i doefti'l foel grateful to llusta for-iankiij the Chinese play, it- lacks n w iio oi gratitude. Tho uuthor of "...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 7 November 1895

If ' '' ip. 'Kir if ,4t JEFFERSON CITY, itissouni. rtrousmtt) evrtrs TiirmsnAt kvs'niso. SUBSCRIW $1. A YKAR, Jfts. If n(reit 'af las 1'otloJlicc ' Jtfthtu (W Mo. ,n secowl eltut mnlttr, Nw8rl, Jan. 7, ISiW.i , ' Thursday, Sopt31, 18t'5,- IS MISSOURI A pacific r. n. CIIAKUK OK TtMlS. "WKSTWAItll. No I.Day Express,. Arrives 12;;V1 p.m. . Leave lilR p. I". ' No. 3. NlftUt Express Anlves llitfu a. m r . - Leaves 12:aij ii.ln. Tho' bridtfo contrm . ii pushing tho work oil' (ho brtdyr vith nil nos. slblo speed. Bedrock wniC sliuck on pier 3 on Monday Inst nnd work Is tito being.piislied oi, ptoiij 4 ntid 6. A grunt denl of iron U iTrrivliig dally nuJ it-Y3U not bit lnngbcifora Work will bo commenced tit both .ends; ot thontiproncli, Work 'U lirof;resRW..nB rnpidlv iw possible, nnd It wlll-n6t.bo loiijj now beforo n gront donl more o, tlio bridgo.cnn bo soon. Up to this limo most of tho vork has boon donn under tho Ivntor nhd tho progress mado wns not visible to tho linked ryo. Tlie contr...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 7 November 1895

tvr . 1 State Republican. nvnitflOR CTTT, U1B80UBL THAT OLD SWEETHEAHT OF' MINE. BY MUSS WII1TCOMI1 RILRT. At one who com nt oveutng o'or an alb am nil alono, , And mason on the faces of Iho friends that he lias known, Bo I tarn the leaves of fancy till, In shadowy doMffn, I tee tbe smiling features of an old aweot heart of mlno The lamplight bp eras to glimmer with a flicker of surprloe. Ab J tarn It low to rest mo of the dazzle In my eyes, Ami light my pipe In Bllenoo, save a elgh that seems My6ko Its ffltowjtk-tuy-tobacco and to vanish with the a tuck o. TIs n fragrant ro(roiiectlon for the loving thoiiKhts that start Into being 11 ko perfurao from tho blossom of the heart! And to dream tho old dreams over Is a laxnry divine When my truant fancy wanders with that old sweetheart of mtno. Though Xhearteneath my study, like aflat teriUR of wings, Tho voices of my children and their mother nsihu sings, I feel no twinge of convclencoto deny me nny themo When caro has cast her anchor I...

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. — 14 November 1895

r : n:mm - mm republican. . - ' ' ' ' 1 ' . 4 WW If. ft-. -is," MISSOURI NEWS. with Nevada la, now conneoted Dartbage by telephone. - Thirty Carroll county teaoners are taking the course marked 'out by the lUte reading otroI. Independence ooald not secure the beoeaauy two-thirds majority (or It lowerage proposition. Jake Wachtel furnished the insane uylnm at Nevada whh 20,475 bush el ot coal In fourteen days., Clinton'! population, according to the census Just taken,! 6,048. The females outnumber the males by 229. Sheriff O'Neill, ot Janets City, la now confronted with a $60,000 dam sge ulb (or not laming an execution on a judgment. 3U" JiUtsSWik. The price ot bituminous' ooal at Bt. Loots, has advanced nearly two cents per bushel and anthracite over fifty cents per ton in tho past ten days. The marble cave In Stone, .county I oontalns tho largest stalagmites in the world, one of them being eighty feet high and sixty feet In clrcnm. ! terenoe. Webb City's eloctrlo. light muddle has ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 November 1895

ffl v. KITE REPDBLIC1I. ntTFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. gabscrlptloa Price, 1.00 P Tear, Thursday, Nov. 14, 1895. J. O. FISHERi Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. A., (net.. 1 mnntfc ....ll 00 na-quartar colurai, 1 month 3 60 Ona-halt oolumn, 1 month 00 n column, 1 month J M Atma-nnartar nao-n. 1 month 17100 na.half n8. 1 month 32 00 atlaAntinta nn varlv fiontract. Locals, i oenti per line each Insertion Tho Rpnblioan party is pretty wall, thank yon, and eager or the poning ot nut year's fray. The European turkey is having finanoial trouble; but that isn't what oils the American turkey. Hating been shut out ot all change for making a European alliance, John Bull wants to "mash" Kita Columbia, Philadelphia isn't a Blow town when it comes to the trial of criminals, as murderer Holmes, for Instance Missouri Democracy, The political ties that hare held the Democratio party together in the south have boen permanently broken. NoTor again in the history of this generation oan the old issues be so mired ...

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. — 14 November 1895

laWaVT-vVi.' v.av - i....... i. i .i n ' " - in T nSraiJRBON CITY, MISSOURI, POTMiHlD KTXBt TBtMDiT ITIKIJCO. "SOBSCRIPnOH, $f . A YEAR. HAMPUl CX3FCB8 M-HMHl. JTHtrl oi Ifo Po(oJIm at Jetmon City K'w Stiles, Jan. 7, 1IM) Thursday, Sept. 81, 1895. MISSOURI PAOIf 10 B. B. T1MB TABUS, OHAMOB or T1M. WESTWARD No 1, Day Express.. Arrives 18:53 p.m. ' heaves lsl5 p.m. No. , NlghtExpress Arrltes MrSO a.m No. B, Local Passenger. Arrives M:SB p. m. leaves U:40p.m. ffrallrht.ftirrloi tlUienfterS.LeaVe lO.'BO a. oa. ' BASTWABD. No. 3, Day Express. I i 1WI "V ,Amves3!3& p.m Wo. : 'VnttBtBBbieu.'- Arrives' a18 . " T-cmab 3:13 a, m No. , Local Passenger. Arrive 11:40 p. m. Xeavesi :55 p.m. No. 8, K. O.Express Arrives 3.00 a.m. Freight, carries passengsrs. Leaves 3 -55 No'. lit, freight, carries pass niters to Osage only, 8 :80 a. m Local passenger trains 5 and 0 run oe- tween St. Louis and Kansas uiiy. Ho. S hie throojh alesptrs to JtpllB. Mo. . Pianist Hill tout. 'Free reellnlnt ehalt car, ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 November 1895

it t.J life State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, - MIBSOUIU. Poems By Eugene Field. WITH TRUMPET AND DBUM. With big tin trumpet and UtUs red dram. Marohlng Ilk soldiers, the children oom.t It' IhU wsjr and that wax thajr otrels and Ms Vjl bnt that mnslo of thelra la final ThU war and that war and attar awhile The inarch straight Into thla heart of mlnet A stordj old heart, bnt It hat to inccnmb To the blare of that trumpet and beat of that drum I Ooma on, tittle people, from oot and from hall- Yhls heart It hath welcome and room for yon alll It will sing yon lta songs and warm yon with lore, As yonr dear little anna with my arma intertwine) It will rook yon away to the dreamland abOTo Oh, a Jolly old heart la thla old heart of mine, And Jollier atlll la It bonnd to become When yon blow that big trumpet and beat that red druml Bo come, though I eee not hla dear little face And hear not h!a voice In thla Jubilant place, 2 know ho wero happy to bid me enahrlne Ills memory deep In my heart...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 November 1895

THE . it ,JoLUME XXIV. STAT: 3 REPUBLICAN ' JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUTY; MISSOURI,.', THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1895. 3 If MISSOURI NEWS. The."AHon" ii going to give Sla Mr big pond. A cheeta factory la one of the new thing at Milan. The new Odd.Fellows bulldlntr will do aeaicatea novomber 27. Adrian hi very prond of its hand- ome new 15,000 school balldlng. Wm. Hill, a promlonnt citizen of Bodall, died Saturday aged 70 year. Owen ajfccNaliyt the oldest realdont oi Beoaiia, dled,8aturday, aged 93 year. utir' Jit(St county la to have three new 'ateel bridges. built by Kansas City parties, , ,-. ; WarreMburgcajplMlit haf e laid cut vCietown" oVShllhowoo on the Holden extension. It 1 reported In Missouri that corn Is dry enough to crib and sheila like old corn. The season is a month ahead of the nsnat order. The Taylor brothers have been ned by M. D. Wilson, one of their attorneys, for $1,100 which he claims Is a balanoe doe him for defending , them. Jacob S. Williams, who was indict ed at...

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. — 21 November 1895

itvtr ITiTE 1SPDBUGU. ntFPEBSON CITY, MISSOURI. labicrlpttoa Price, 11.00 Per Tear. Thursday, Nov. 21, 1896. J. O. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. n Inch, 1 month . ul (X) -quarter columi, 1 month 3 50 One-halt column, 1 month 6,00 0ne oolumn, 1 month I CO Vne.qua.rter page, 1 month 1700 n-h&l! page, 1 moiitu 32 00 oiacounu on yearly contracts. Local!, ( cents per line eaeh Insertion " Other things beiDg equal the Mndidato who hopes to bo is prefer able to the candidate who has boon. The United States is not only a Cation, but it is n Republian Nit Ken with a big R. Soliloquy of Richard Croker: "I re not who holds tho offices bo Q7 brtj'em from me.". There is a Reed thnt novor breaks It's nativo ts Maine and its namo is Thomas Brackett. Dem'ocratio Harmony. Evory Domooratio newspaper is crying for harmony. But tho indi cations are that tho breach between tho goldbugs and the BilvoriUl is growing tvider and widor. The goldbugs are giving tho froo coinage Democrats an opportuni...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 November 1895

T?? "" "f"""11 1 1111 11 " . Ill I I . i,v . i. I rim m ... , . 'V r ritfPKKSdN CITY, jnilSgOURL nmtsnsr) Kvrn, TironsDAT EVz.ttNa. gf Sl)BSCRlim$!,AYEAR,-S flDVlfC g A.1VT h'.V.US OQgTITIS i'JrtiUiU. Jtnfered' al thi Pono'mu at Jejerton Otty Uo at neond elan matter. Nw Series, Jan. 7, 1890. J Thursday, Nov. 21, 1895. MISSOURI PACIFIO R. II. TIME TABLE. OnANOE 0V TIHK. WESTWARD. No l,Day Express.. Arrives 12153 p.m. Leave 1 :15 p.m. No. 3, Klght Express Arrives 12:30 a, ui Leaves 13 :30 a.m. Arrives 12:20 No. 6. Local Passenner. 11. m. t.envea 12MU n.tn Fr lBht , canlcs paHenK iaifV5 j 00 la bohdf for the a.m. -5." IE 14 "J. Br?" . EA8TWAI1 Ho. 3, Pay Express ....Arrives 3)35 p.m.. Leaves 3 150 p.m. Ho. 4, NlghOCxpresa. Arrives 2:14 a. 01. Leaves 3:13 a. m. No. (, Local rassenger. Aiiivoa 13:40 p ni. Leaves 1:55 p. m. No. 8, K. O.Express Arrives 3.00 a.m. Leaves 3:00 0. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 -55 p.m. No. 124, freight, carries pass- engers to Osage only, 8:30a.m. L...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 November 1895

;,4 4. svst. a3V.iv.ils MS State Republican. JEFFERSON C1TV, - MISSOURI. their THE COLLEGE TELLS. OnABLBf BLOOUIHODAUI( IK. nJ tb Princeton Oolleg yells, Jeerlnff yelUi TTbtt word of confldonco their Uanttnff ton foretell!, now they're houtlng shouting, With en Infantile delight. While their boastlug ltpn are spouting Of the titter, Ignfil routing Will be wltoeseed ere the nig hi. And they dance danoe, dance, In a merry crazy prune. When eleren famlebed Tlgera come 01 narltng from their cells, With their yells, yells, yells, With a Jeering and a sneering la their yells Hear the ringing, sturdy yell, Pennsy yellsi What a world of deepening gloom obeertng tone dfopels. In the murky Trenton Air, How It floats, now here, now there, trending ooursgo to the team, Ilow ezultlngly It rings, now It slogs, how It swings. When Is heard the Tigers' s n ore am, Sow triumphant Is tbo tone When the score la twelve to none, And the night Brings her tows led stars afield, Making stubborn daylight yi...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 November 1895

jj-f -THE. STATBjRf f VOLUME XXIV, ' JEFFERSON CITY, COLE CO J : ' MISSOURI NEWS. MISSOURI NEWS. GENERAL NEWS -sjAsx Albany U going to build 110,000 ... C AM. -if. I : ; vv, -fflyr v PUBL iUKVMiS80UElj;Ji:&fBSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1895. " . , , ' ' "'it St At.,, LVlfc.V. 11 Albany Is going to build $10,00 brick hotel next year. Cole county hat a supply of gran lte only (our miles from Jefferson. Otty. Mrt. E. Salterlee, of MooudvllleJ ftfcetl 73,-has conuuenced. to cut ho? third let of. teeth. There, are 1,500 miners on the pay rolls of the various companies oper ating in the Rich Hill dlstrlot. A sprained ankle, resulting from a defective sidewalk, cost Missouri's Athens $1,005 In cold cash the other day. Holla, by a vote of more than two to one, decided against the propor tion to Issue $8,600 in bonds tor the erection of a city hall. .William Johnson, a- Ciurroll. county negro, went gunning for' an Imagin ary ghost the other night, and suc ceeded In shooting himself. The Joplln Ne...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 November 1895

ITiTE ItEPOBLIGAM. VKFFEIISON CITY, MISSOURI. Inbicrlptlon Trice, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday, Nov. 28, 1895. J. 0. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. tat Inoh, 1 month yl 00 ne-qiiartcr coluina, 1 month 3 60 na-halt column, 1 month S,0U a column, 1 month 60 ne.qunrter pago, 1 month 17,'U0 na-halt page, 1 month 32 00 lioounts on yearly col tracts, locals, i cents pur Hue eaeh lusertlou. Senator Gorman says tho horeo ia a Cleveland freo trade and not on fcim. Joe Bliickburno says it was tLo Bewipapes, and for once Joo is more tkan half right. Wonder. when Mr, Campbell will gain undertake the job of scaring Ike Ohio Republicans f Another big meeting has been bald by Republican lcadejs in New torlc, This time it tas tho friends f ei'prei.dent Harrison. It is t.tUr all a good thing, for him, that, Mr. Cleveland cannot see ail admimstiation as others eeo it Be might do something rash. Ex-Gov.Campbell was in Washing Ion the other day, but ho didn't Mil at the White House to explain Vhj ho wa...

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