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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 November 1895

ieeferSOn city, aussouur. SDBSCRIW'ION, $1,1 YEAR, erd oMi PottoJUet at Jttfmon Oily llo.,nt $eeonit olait mailer. ' " New series, Jan. 7, JM0.1, Thursday, Nov. 28, 1805. MISSOURI rxctrio b, n. TlHtt TABLE. CHANOK OV T1UK. WSSTWAHD. No 1, Day Eiuiroia.. Arrive! 12:55 p.m. . Leave. 1:15 p.m. No. a, Night express Arrives 12:30 a. m ' ' I ..in 12.X0 n.m. ,y r Ko. I, Local rsesencer. Arrives 13:25 . p.m. leaves H:4U n.m. Freight, carries passoDget,LeaTe- 10.-80 RMaifcS- P -""' .5 EASTTVABD. tir'fersr,V' 1 .. ji . . .. , -io.'jn ., ... ' Leaver. 3iB0 p. tn. No. 4, Night Kxfiross. Arr.ves 2:13 a. in, " Leaves 2:18 a. m. No. 6, Local I'sssentter. AHlves 12:40 . p, nw Leaves! :55p.m. No. 8, K. O.Expieis Arrives 3.00 a.m. Leaves 3:00 a. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 -55 , p. in. NO. 121, freight, carries pass eugers to Osage only, 8:30 a. in. Looal passenger trains 6 and 6 run do tween St. Louis aud Kansas City. No. S hu through sleepers to Jowlln, Mo. via Pleasant Uill jonto. TrS...

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. — 28 November 1895

u I: ft i I State Republican. JEFFEKSON cixy, MIBSOUttl.- LITTLE BREE0IIE3. HT joirw TUT. . I don't no much on rellRton, ' 2 never ntn't hid no bow Dot I've pot n mMdlln tight Rrfp. lr. On tho handful o things X know I don't pun out on tbo prophets And free will, and that aort of thing, Hilt I b'lcvo In Dud end tho Angels Ever since one night last cpring, 1 come Into town with Pome turn!p, And my llttte'Onbo como nloug No fotir-jfflr-old In the connty Conld lifflt Mm for pictty And strong, Fort nod chipper and ary Always rendy to nwcnr nnd tight And I'd Ittrnt him to chaw terbacker Jt t kfpp hU milk tcoth uhlte. The mow ecm down like n Manket A I parsed by Taggnrt's store. I went In for n Jog of irolnnses And left thotenmat 1 ho door. They reared at orueth!tig nud started, I heard one little tqualU And hell to r plit over tbo pralrlo Wrnt team, Little Breeehi'9 nud nil Hell to split over the prairie! I war nlmont frore with fkeerj But we. rourted np rnmn torches, And mnhed for 'em f...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 December 1895

5 ' ' m' VOIiuM jdSfc 4 "' ' tk ' JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNO ll1 iNCONGRfeSS. fPUBLICAN. LJj WQUBI, THURSDAY, DEOfiJfJiER 5, 1895. NUMBER 49. - The fifty-fourth congMM met In Washington Monday. The republi can nominees (or home offloersworo promptly elected. The republican of the home of representatives met la caucus and .nnaniJuOaiiy aOiiiinstsd.fii-flpsti-j. ..Thdmas B, Reed, of Maine, tat speaker of the fifty-fonrthvoon-greaa. Thla action was anticipated, c,m at no time had any effort ,bn Inaugurated to' conteat, his election is'' for the poaWton of chaplain. Nne men ytetp nominated, only two being outside the iDUtrlci of Columbia. Ror.-H. N. ObBden, ot Mlohtfan waa nominated oa the third ballot, receiving 103 tote against 06 for H, O. Fisher, of Kansas, the other can .dldatesr hering been in the meantime) withdrawn. 4 1 1 Sixty-two members of the demo cratic minority In the house met' In canons to form the democratlo organ ization and.renomlnate their officers In the last congre...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 December 1895

' If ATE REPUBLICAN. ill WFEBSOK CITY, MISSOURI. If V. ibicrlptlon Price, $1.00 Per Tear, Thursday, Deo. 5, 1895. 0. FISHER, Mltor. ADVERTISING RATES. fit Inch, 1 month VI I'O e-quartor coiumi, 1 month 3 60 ae-balf column, 1 month 6 00 via column, 1 month 9 lU lae-quartor page, i niniuii u uu fe-naji page, l mnntn aa uu loounts on yearly contracts. vcaia, o cents pur line eaeu iiucriioi.. Probably the most daugerotts tjsntiraent that can bo felt by h Efttj leadr is that of raveugo Mr, Rsod didn't need to ahnvo oft' fli mustache to show that ho car ets a stiff upper lip. Let's see didn't tho Spanish sinister sr.)' the Cuban revolt would V put down boforo Congress met? Democratic Platform. Tho writer of tho next Democratic platform mint prove n subtle aero bat, If nil factions In tho Democratic party nro to bo satisfied. Tho east ern and old-nlng end of that natty will not march tinder the same ban' er with the western or frno-sllvcrltc wing or ttie party. Tho present effort to barniu...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 December 1895

V' mil iinnllrnthii oi i urfm TU S-A-MEVLJIl OOP1B3, TOm ffntrnsJ at A Poiiofflct at Jtjtrtun City Mn,, niitmndrlxn mailer. Nw series', Jao. J, lwo. Thursday, Deo. 6, 1895. .4 1 mssouni rAoiric b, b.. . table. cnANOE or nits. WESTWAIID. No l.Dy Express.. Arrive! 12:55 p.m. Leave 1:15 p.m. Ho. 3, Night Kxprcw Arrives 1!!;3U b. hi Leaves l-JtfOiwni. No. 6, Local ttnteiifier., Anlvta 11:25 p. ui. Xuvei'12:4Up.ui. freight, carrlea paMeuK,Uavo 10:30 a. ui. EASTWARD.,,, "No. :py Kprcsa.... "Arrives 2;:i3 pTtu Leave 2:60 p.m. -No. 4, Night KxpjeM. rrye 2:13 a. ni. TeavTsiViUa. ui. No. , Loral" rnaseogcr. ,3VtIlvea 12U0 p-ni. leaves 1:55 p. tu. No. 8, K. C.Exprene Arrlvc8 3.00 a.m. Leave 3:00 a. Freight, carrlei pMengor. Leave 3-65 . p. m- . No. 124, freight, carrlts pass- -fingers to Osage ouly, 8:J0.a. m. Looal passenger trains 6 aod 0 ruu oe- tween titi Louis and Kansas Ulty. Mo, I ht through slsai'trs to Jolln, Mo. ' Via risasant Hill route, irreo reclnilnj chtir con on all through trai...

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

w State Iepijbucan. JEFFERSON CITY, - MlBSQUftl. SWEETHEAETS ALWAYS. BT DANtRL 0CONNrTit, If awfeMhMrts wore swcthcarta always, Whether as maid or vlfo, No drop would bo half as pleasant In the mingled draught of life. Dot the awcethonrt hi amlles And lilushot When the wife has frowns nnd sight, And the wife's have a wrathful glitter For the glow of the sweetheart's eyes. If lovers were lovers always, Too same to wee t heart nnd wife. Who would change for a future of Eden The Joys of this checkered lifcf But husband grow grave and client, And care on tho anxious brow Oft replaces the eunahtne thit perished With tho words of the marriage row Hippy ts he whose sweetheart la wife nnd sweetheart still, Whose voice, . of old, ran ehirm him) Whose kiss, ns ot old, can thrill t Who hftiplncked the roe (o find ever It beauty nnd fragrance fnetnne, A the flush of paslon mellowed In Jove's unmeasnreieacet Who Pees In tho step a lightness. Who Amis In the form n grnce) Who reads an unaltered b...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 December 1895

'8.WIV 41 WE warn JC STATE 1 REPUBLICAN. VOLufe XXIV, JEFFERSON CITY, COLE OOT7OT. MISSOURI", THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1895. NUMBER 50. .IN WASHINGTON. There were 272 bills and sixteen resolut'ons Introduced In iho senate the opening day, but a largo major ity of tbo bills Awere reprints of measures which failed to pas last session. Many of these, as also a large proportion v.of tbo new bills wore for private purposes. There were also several ! for the modifica tion of the peuslorr'laws. Senator Pottlgrew introduced a bill to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy, and .'reintroduced his bill of last session- to prevent the extermination of. 'the fur-bearing animals of Alaska., Senator VeStxelprroduoed his bill of last session' to prohibit monopoly In the transportation of cattle to foreign countries, ajid lT&T for Indian children and the settlement of private land claims. Senator Chandler reintroduced his bill for the exclusion of alien an archists and his bill for the regula U...

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

ST1TE REPUBLICAN IXFFKKSOM OITI, MISSOURI. abacrlpttoa Trtce, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday, Dec. 12, 1895. J. C. FISHER, Editor. P. ADVERTISING RATES. Snt Inch, 1 month Ul W) ne-quarter column, 1 month 5 50 na-half column, 1 month 6 .IX) na column, 1 month.. jj M e-quarter page, 1 month 17'UU Sine-half page, 1 mouth 32 OU Blicounts on yearly conttacts. Locals, 6 cents pur line eaeh Insertion. Mr. Cleveland hna not cxprossed vaj regret over Senator Hill's fail, tiro as a lecturer. It begins to look liko one ol Un certainties of tbo congressional ses sion is a restoration of the duty on wool. , ' -. . -. ,- tMirrr.r-,, . ... i i i m-rHmrmnmr',::,-,T.-- MISSOURI. '. locality is desirable for founfc f FPve larKe hotels represogi r j. . fl . llihvinVRhmWW . Immw l.nm. hiL vantmonts scirrcnallmf 6200.OOO. I . ,iAnuin ! - XKT OWt.a TOTV fP.HRAP JtflH (!ASH'TIUI(HlIoWMsMSiffiiS v i Muniir r-ri r .... , v-wv,--tstr ' A I I V.V1.I I , When yon bay.Dry, Good'.. - - . ,ftiXr -i ' ... or Grocetlsi-o...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 December 1895

-aft ittyxt !jnn "r,:rEPFEBSON cm, Missouri. jpcm-ianiD mat tu jnabAr btihiNo. ''SODSGHiraON, $j',A'Y'EAR,.-0I?n3i kfrl a((j( PottoJJlu atJtiertori OUy, Mo., ai tecorni ettt j ntdlten (Mew Serlei, Jau. ?;itw, Thursday, pec. 12, 1895. No, 3,Py Eipress. Mssotmt r-Acmo x. n. tijik tIele, CHANGE OV TIME. WKSTWAllO. 1 No I.Day Express ..Arrives 12:51p.m. Leaves 1:15 p.m. No. t, Sight Express Arrives l'JrtU b. in ' I.Hves 12:30 n.m. No. B, Locsl Pssieoaer. Arrives 11:28 Freight, cmles pMteDr,Uave 40:80 .Arrives 2:35 p.ra Leaves 3 :60l.m. No. 4, Sight Express;-Arrives 2il3 a.m. Leaves 2:13 , m, No. 6, Local l'asseiitfer, Aulves 12U0 p m. f Leavesf.S5p.ru. No. 8,J. C.Express' Arrives 3.00 n.m. ' Leave 3:00 a. m. Freight, carries putsengers. Leaves 3 -6o p. in.' - ,, - Ho. 114, freight, carries pass- eugers to Osage only, 8:30a. m. Local passenger trains 5 and 6 run be tween Qt. Louis apd'kansas City. H. V bi through ilatpert to Japlln, Mo. via rleaiaiit Hill reuta. i.Txee -reclining Ibati c...

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

State Republican. JEFFER80N CITY, MISSOURI. THE DUEL. BT ICOBNB F1BLD. The gin ahum ring and (be calico oak Side by tide on the table satt Xvm fctlf-ptit twelro, and what do 70a think I If either of them bad slept a wink! And the old Hatch clock and Chinese plate Beemed to know, as utire aa fate, There was going to be an awful spat (I wasn't there t simply state What was told ine by the Chinese plate.) The gingham doir went l,bowwow-wowIu And the calico cat replied Mmeowl" And the air was streaked for an hour or so VTlth fraRments of gingham and calico, While the old Dutch clock sat the ohlmney place TJp with Us hands before It face, For It always dreaded a family row) (Now ratndt I'm simply telling you What the old Dutch clock declares true.) The Chinese plalo looked very blue And walled i Oh, dear what shall we dot" Bnl the gingham dog and the calico cat Wallowed this way and tumbled that And utilized every tooth and claw In the awfullest way yon ever nw And, oh I bow the gingham ...

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 December 1895

WW. THE 4 law; ft? STATE KBPUBUCAN. VOLUME XXIY. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUNHl?t)URI, THUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1895. NUMBER 61. IN WASHINGTON. 'ft Representative U. 8. Hall of Mil ourl introduced In the home Joint and concurrent resolution amending the constitution ot the, United States. The resolution proposes to solve the fatal defeats In the former tno'omo tax law. The language of the reso lution is thin! "Resolved, that all taxes, as well as duties, Imposts and exottes, shall be uniform throughout the United States." To become a law this concurrent resolution must be passed by two thirds of a quorum In both houses and then ratified by three-fourths of the legislatures of the different states. The new congress, up to this time, has been an unusually 'conservative 'one In the matter ot proposing new lAfftftlatfnTI- TtATtreirt hlMm ttian nana! those were for projects whloh fa led to pass the last congress. Mr. Washington, of Tennessee, re introduced tbo bill for an appropria tion on 11...

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. — 19 December 1895

STATE REPUBLIC!!. MM II II H'TT CITT, MISSOURI. ffctjrc-F&a Pries, 11.00 Yttjtxi. Taenia?. Des. 19, I53i. . . a i tHiWTA I J. f J .. '"if. -P- "Ti iw ,,,, ,rc -will . C. TISEEK. SdiUr. L1DVEKT1S1NG RATES. 1,1 w . 1 oU Mtieh, 1 coots M-a&rtr coloae, 1 mculb. M-hiU colonic, 1 month. One oluruh, KvSV; .. . tMtuMt P(Tf. 1 aiotith- aO-QSU PAM. 1 SICDU1. oncta on ceomcu. i, cents pr itae eaea ins-jnii'u. The tiKiiari Ovation. Congrc hsu iu taken up Ute IrouNevaif (uoitya of vaiptllu; ne nt lnUiaa tribvt to accept allot seat. It h in timatsd m rtceut , prvss iipatcar that it ia likwlv that ' altotuicuU Hill bv fyrced, sad iu ttud put to all proline .UK'msiuu ud trtnttiiig with mnvtllliijf liKtutM. ! This mi un that, active uuugKHtiou.il! i lpi mil likely bu Uiitiiii fur tbf tct- I jtleiuriit or tue linliiiii prvbi'uuj. . tbnt Alton G. Thurman Dead, On Tliur.lny last one of the purest of AmvrU'iui Ktntvjmen pasaed peace fully wny nt tlio ago of eighty vm I'or n quarter of a century ...

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

flM.-LV.... 'Vf,' JK V ' "Vv."i -irT i. iv ? h ill Hp fjjm'-' M. lllil . If TEFFEUSON CITY, MISSOURI. PUBLISHED KVIrU TUD1I8UAY KTBSINO. SUBscminoK, $1. a year, IN nDVnrioa s A.Tvn?Xia coHtms jt'ijmiii. Entered at the Potofflce at Jcjtrion Otty Uoai Htbwl clan matter. (New Series, Jan. 7, 1BU0.J Thursday, Doc. 10, 1895. 5 ffMirTilfil MUsouni rACirio x. it. time table CHANGE Of HUE. WESTWARD.' No l,Day Express. .Arrives 12:55 p.m. Leaves lil5 p.m. No. 3, Night Express Arrive) 12.-30 ft, in Leaves 12:30 a.m. No. 5, Local Passenger. Arrives 11:25 p. ui. Lcaves'12:4up.tn. Freight .carries paitenKers.Leave 10.-30 arm. liBTWAllD. o'v'3,Dy Express'. ,0Amroa:ii p.m No. 4,. Night Express. Arrives 2:13 a. m. Leave 2:13 a. in. No. 6, Local raieeneer, Arrives 12:40 p, m. Leaves 1 :55 p. m. No. 8, K. C .Express Arrives 3.00 a.m. Leaves 3:00 a. m. Freight, ctrrlts passengers. Leaves 3:55 p.m. No. 124, freight, carries pass engers to Omtga only, 8:30a.m. Looal passenger trains 5'anil 6 run oe- two...

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. — 19 December 1895

1V k . State Republican. i JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. rfiE OLD WAY WITH THE HOT W0MA5. a. d, . ix rues. She It beautiful, stately and Utl. With reposeful and elf ent alrsi Taa may not belli? II. bol yet, eU the same, Bbs's the girl that 1 killed on tbe tain. fihe's collf ge-bred, witty ud wlso, And ft rod-sealed diploma aha bears Bol that didn't eonnt when we aat, at tbe dance, In the twilight that shrouded the stairs. She la stud jinn Latin and Law) She is tracking old ortmei to tbelr lairs, Whloh la ell Terr well while abe docin't forget Who kissel ber, last night, on tho stairs. Blie's a woman thftt'a newsr than new, Hhe everything Tenrares and dares t Qbo'd preside At a clnb In n bicycle suit, I And she'd alt oot & dance on tho etalral Do you tbluk I'm atrstdt Nctawlittl I shan't klok at the oostatne shw wearst 1 bare coaxod her to try orange blossoms and white, And ahe promlssd last night on the atalrat THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Prepared by II. K. Itlnde, A. M. M. D. The Birth oi Ch...

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. — 26 December 1895

V I ft, gpjpiE- STATE pyUBLICAN. U T0LIJMB XXIV. . JEFJTERON CITY, COLE COt)TIrJlnSsOURI) THURSDAY, DKCKMBKR 26, 1895. NUMBER 52. WJ: " . v - - . mm js- rriu v:- ti .i Milk nmiiwuLJAb'fj' T.nssr iiiah m - i ai . . . . . i j. --'sr. tAj .v -s . w . i i - j I r a rv i - bvfvm Mviuawu ut n mnar. i li l. urn in iia nv ninni ii n J Th president sent, by Executive Clerk Frndeo, the expected message In regard to th Britlah-Veneiuelao complication, M follow 1 To. the Con grew i In my annual mes sage, addressed to the eongresa on the 3d inat,, lulled attention to the pending; boundary controversy between Great Britain and the Bepublioof Venezuela, and recited the labs tan ce ol a repreeenta tlon ma3e by this government to Her Britannia Majesty's government augiest? Ing reason why anch dUpute thould be submitted to arbitration for settlement, and inquiring whether it would be ,o submitted. The anawer of the BrltUh government, which wa then awaited, hat alnoe been received, and, together wltb ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 26 December 1895

1 It' ITiTE REPUBLIC!!. JKFFEIISON CITY, MISSOURI. abicrlption I'rlcc, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursdaj, Deo. 2G, 1895. J. 0. FISHER, Editor. . (ADVERTISING RATES. as Inch, 1 month Ml 00 ne-quarter columa, 1 month 3 SO Ont-hslf column, 1 mouth S 00 na column, 1 month S SO (quarter page, 1 month 17 00 Cna-lmlf pago, 1 mouth 32 00 Plioounts on yearly contracts, lrcali, t centa per line euch Insertion. Tho heavy mins ol Inst nock in jured the holiday trade very much. II was the unexpected that happened. The jingoism in Cleveland's massage dosen't suit Johnny Hull bat it suits tho American people alright. The city of St. Louis has recived a gnat deal OX pialeu utel tuu vtuiuij Worn as the Republican convention eiy of 1800. President Cleveland hns sotit a special moseago to Congress asking legislation on tho financial question. Hi wants tho gold drain stopped, If Gov. Stone accepts the per ional bond ofTored by Sadalin he willget the state into a great mess ihould tho araondment carry. The promp...

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. — 26 December 1895

iftT HMFERHON CITY. MTHHrniTlT, "uuuoiunnuii, ai. n iDftit. iinujuiasi , ntTed al M" Poitofflc at'JetrionCUy, Xo.,at tteoM class matter.' Nsw Ssrles, Jaa,7,lS.- Thuraday, Dec. 20, 1895. mssouni FAcurta ft. b. jiui table. CHANGE Or ,TIUX. . WESTWARD. No l,Dy Express.. Arrives 12:53 p.m. " Leaves Ills p.m. Ko. 3, Might Express Arrives 12.-3U a bi Leaves 14:30 a.m; No. 8, Local' Cutfelipcr, Afrlvs l'l;i5 4 Freight, carries pusteugersLsavtj ibiUO Kb. 1. Hay Express.. it Arrives 2:33 p.m . IRVes 2:80 p.m. ' Ho. 4, NlghtKxprtas. Arrives, 2tlU ."in. " v . Leaves 2 118 a. in. So? , Local Passenger. Anlves, 12:10 p. in. Leaves i loo p. m. Heavy ' tThe biggest rAlu Tp.own In tbU Brotion.o the stall. .tring month Decsmbsr for a grca . many y.arg felLonWedenaday and Thursdav : ot last weoic Mam oorawsncod foiling ineeaay, nignt nnd, continue until Thursday vemng. H was not vuuuucu. nuviij 10 Missouri; it ex teodtrd far oast as Illinois and as far west as Kansas, Ths heaviest rainfall was probab...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 26 December 1895

State Republican. JEFFE1180N CITY, MlBSOr il. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL plrlt ol tl Iord hating dr'd 'rem him, h m leu 10 nia own prnw nd went wandsrlnr on through I mate of sin until hi wv"s.el life terml ntd U the trsl;r on Mount alloc. aft DIVIDED HOUSE Prepared bj It. K. IIIn.1. A. M M. D. Quarterly Kfvlw. Judge, iluth, 1 Samuel, Isaiah, I.uke. iST:.ouunins. Speaking ol Ihc juried entered ty our lessons the pit ,t ntter lr Xurtiaajsi , "While the at Ull nd Samson ! . pissing RBOJ- u n w period commencing nlthl-a lid, n pr achra, during hli-ta the Hip crati 1st lolsdo tin itto attain the hlRuett M'p.cnu. Tie titt" whl. h tlod hull i in wedinl.is -up thr.uU Moses avid cshtta ciUnlrj, in.lepind ence, mprt'inE' power iriMed In the , people, lan.mn n lellglon had, ner-thelc-e, thr h he fault of tr p op4', ' not led to that completn ilete upintat of llio th. o. rn y which the-. l.tted and designed to produce. 'I tint i e slop merit had hlth tu i icn sitfUimd by tie pcoplo In their cItII rapac...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 2 January 1896

fast t ' Ig . lNTWASHlNGtONi ft' Ml i. .The' hocse 'way ud mean com-' mttee by a formal party vote adop ted thetariff and bond bills. The ..democrats endeavored to lecture three days' debate; to gain a post, pononient pt, two or three day In Which 'lo,Wdy the probable' effect of the measure if enacted also .to have the bond bill debated before the tariff bill, bnt the republicans adhered to their original arrange ments. The oommltteemon present -were; Bepubl cans-i-Dlngley,Malhej Dolllver, Iowa Payne, New York; Tawney, Minnesota; Hopkins, nii boU Dalzell, Pennsylvania! Ruisell, Connecticut 1 Johnson, North Da koto) Steele, Indiana) Evans, Ken-, tnoky, Democrats Crisp, Georgia; MoMtllan, Tennessee ;.WhetIer, Ala,. - aiax-iai'sneyjMCisonrii Turner, Georgia. Chairman Dlngley stated to the oommitteo that the bills were not framed as a republican measure, r although the democrats were given no voice In the adoption, but as bills calculated to save the otedlt of the government, which, aoc...

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. — 2 January 1896

4 ft HATE REPUBLICAN BFFEHSON CITY, MISSOURI. ftbscrlptlon Trice, 11.00 Per Tear. Thursday, Jan. 2, 1890. F J. C. FISUElt, Editor. The Democratic- war cloud is not ns ferocious looking nn it wij'i a fw days ngo. Tho ilKbtiog tti'nt( suits n Domocrnt best is thought for public pop. f anvni-nl iomo to ntbs cast e great Opf, AI)VEKTISING MATES. (pit Inch, 1 month VBa-qimrtor column, 1 inunlli. lne-half column, 1 tnoulh... tjne column, 1 montli ae.quartcr tinge, 1 month., tjee-hnlf pace, 1 month scounts on j early contracts, tasculi, i cents per line eucli luscrlloi. ,.Ul on .. .10(1 .. SIM .. Sol) .,1700 ..32 U0 Tlio Republican house made :i tod beginning by culling that pres idential bluff. Ambassador Bayard might start Hie new year right by cabling his resignation. Great Britain's belief In arhitra Won nil! soon be1 strong enough tu tttndalone again. good way to 'start' into n new year, m most people look ai it. After tlio COIiionnJrni'nn days of suiiabine Anve i.i .... i, stM . . ur...

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