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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 2 January 1896

jjaii"AptJhfdo4 Berlottsly ill until nndayftitornodyl: .'Dr. 'Gar jotf brjt'tionli, ri loadinsju-gedrj, .wifiUJegraijli or, ithd lis pro VoSnwd -ttfeC Ironblo appendicitis, lis found that lifs couditfop "with out htt "Dperalionr -wttsJ hopeles, nril with.BU oporatlon tho cb.moes of 'reeovery" wore Tery slight. It I wns decided, tnereiorof-to perform Inn oporotion'j which was" done on Monday at lz ry clock- lie come from under the operation all right, I but the disease had progressed bo ' MlMOURl viCXtlO B.Jtt Tints TADtE. I fur- thai recovery was impossible, ciUMok of tiub, and he died at 0:80. Tho remains wjtsTWAiiu. were token to Mexico. Mo., for inter No 1 ,Dy Express , Arrire i i J tw P.m . mot. Dr. Carson was assisted by tJo. 34 Muht express Arrive 12:30 n. m Drs. Enloe, Thorpe" and Young. . r i ... istiio n.iii. I - . i No. 8, Local I'nieeBjrer. Arrives i i wo p. ni. Xcaves ia:40p.m. FrelKht.osrrles pMeDRrs,Uave. lO.aO T;4.fi 6t thej mVffluaffv",th1th -.((, , if their six. Jef...

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. — 2 January 1896

ft?, J war State Republican. JKPPAA80H OUT, - MISSOURI, VIOTOE AND VANQUISHED. T jUIIY TOCMTOlt TMCK, I. Ifcrcranh the crowded street re to rung, at the ending of thediy, IlMtened one whom all Minted ai he aped along bl wart la bis eye a gleam of triumph, In his heart a Joy sincere. And the Tolce of shouting thousands still resounding in his ear, Passed be 'neath a atatelj arohwaj toward the goal of his desire, fill he saw a woman's figure lolling ldlj bj the fire "Xh&Tewonl" he cried, exultant! MI have tared a canae from wreck, Crushed the rival that I dreaded, set my foot up.n his neckl Now at lait the way Is open, now at last men call me great, I am leader of the loaders, I am master In theetate!" languidly she turned to listen, and decorous was her pretense, And her cold patrician features mirrored ( forth Indifference. 'Men are alwaya scheming, striving for some petty end,' said she. Then, a little yawn suppressing! 'What la all of this to met" Through the shadows of the ev...

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. — 9 January 1896

- i 1 oLumexv, re- Pi- INlVASHltfGTON. The VenoroolftB' OommlsiloB wa organized and Jtutlce Brewer lectod' president;. Proildent Cleveland, on January '4, Igned the proclamation making Utah-a ie. v -)...-.-.,..-- f Vi The house subcommittee on appro priations In clinrgo of tbe pension bill have finished their measure. It calls for lfi7,fi00,0C0 for noit joar'e pensions. " 1 i ,-JEitaUN CITY, COLE COUN! IN WASHINGTON." , Oofegrftelbu practically impended traalnesa daring tho holidays and tintll early In January. Tho committees of the senate have passed Into the control of the repub licans. The change In the political complexion; of the' committee was effootod by the adoption of a resolu tion organizing tho committees as Screed to by the republican and emocratlo jjiteerlng committees. The populists, w.th' the exception ol Senator OooVroIl of Missouri was Mr.. Kyle, of South Dakota, declined a visitor. at the post office .depart-, to vote, and the republicans having ment In, regard to ...

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. — 9 January 1896

"VTvl V STATE REPUBLICAS. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. faascrlptloa Price, $1.00 Per Ter. ThirsiUj. Jnn. 9, 189C. J. C. F1SHE11, Edlltr. P?ADVERTISING RATES. patach, 1 month Ul 00 ne-quarlur column, 1 month 3 El) One-halt column, 1 mouth 0 oil en column, 1 month il fu Spe-quarter page, 1 mouth 17 00 One-half imge, 1 mnuth 32 00 Discounts oti curly contiiiets. Cecals, I cents ier)liie each lncitloi.. Bonds to Bo htuti. Notlee has lit en given I)- llio ce ntury of tho trcusuiy that tcnled proposals will lio' received at tho ullluc of Iho sicrotnr.y of Iho treasury ttl Washington, until tlm 6th day of Felirtisiy, mutl, for the purchase cf S10t),(lO(,000 United SIhIps four pel i cut. bomb of the dcijotiiiiinilon of ?ul) each.-- lTiity per cent7 innst l)r paid upon thu tu'ccptuiiee of the hid ami twenty per cent, eveiy t. n dnjs thereafter. Nutice U nko Klven tint tf the issue uml st'de of h dllTcietit form of bond lie nuthi.z .1 by coiitfrcV- hufnro the otli ,luv . I lA'tiium v, JSHis, sca...

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. — 9 January 1896

1 r """"""TCI JEFFERSON OITTf, MISSOURI, rUBLItniD tVTBt THttnSDaY XYXKINO, SubsgkiItiok; $1, AYEtir, .liSir. B A TWrPXiCT ' OOFIICS JJ'JrtiUiU. tfntfreil at (Aa i'anojflc a( Jejirivri City lto.tni wtond oini malter. ' NewSerlei, Jan.7i levd.j Mssotmt PAOino x. n. tisib table. GUANO OV TIME. , i WiSTWAlll); , No l,Dy Express.. Arrives 12;55 p.m. Leaves 1 :1S p.m. No. I, Hlght Expreu Arrives 12:30 a. ui Leave 13tS0 a.m. No. I. Local Pnuonecr. Arrives'll :25 p. m. Leaves 12:4Up,m Freight, carries pasieDKers,Ieave 10:30 a. m. A8TWARD. No. l.D,y Express. v.. Arnvei2:35 p.ta v .- ur LttTeS2:Mpm No. 4, Night Express.. Arrives 2il3 is,- a.m. . . xiwve xiio a. iii W No. .Local Passenger; Arilves 13:i0 V n. m. Leaves 1:55 p. mi MS ilfjW NO 8,K C. Express Arrives 3-. 00 a.m jLeaven n;uu a. ui. Freight, carries paseengrs. Leaves 3 p.m. , No. 124, freight, carries pass- engeis to Osage oaly, 8 :30 a. m. ; Local puecngertralus 5 apd O run te tweeri St Louis and Kaoias'Olty . . ' Xe. I has throug...

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. — 9 January 1896

tS ! ' - """rrrv. -T A, State Republican. JSVVBB80N CITY, MI830UIU. LULLABIES FEOH ALL LANDS. vbou scnooL Ann uouat DANISH. Sleep, sleep, little mouse! The field yonr father plowei Your mother feeds pigs In the sty, She'll com tod elap you when you or. CnlNKSR. Fnall, snail, oomc out and be fed. rot oat jour horns, and then your head, And thy mamma will giro (hoe mutton. For thou art doubly dear to me. SPANISH. The moon shines bright. And the snake darts awlft and light. I soe Are baby bullooka And s oalf young and white. ABAMO. Sleep, my baby, sleep, Bleep a slumber hales Sweetly rest till morning light. My farmer boy, so bright. SULD. Haah thee, my baby, ' thy mother's over the mountain gonet There she will dig the little garden pitch, And water she'll fetch from the river. NOEWEOtAIf. How, row to naltnnrock, How many Ush are caught In the netf Ono for father, and ouo for mothor, One for sister and one for brother. THE NEW COUPLE. JttOU TBI ST. LOCI 8 DRY GOODS RETORTS ISne was ne...

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. — 16 January 1896

' ' 'W1 1 itv' W. - ' r-ji- k -.. -ii' " a. ... ...... r, v ..,.t7, JEFFERSON OITY, COLE OOt "A ! UBLICAN. V SOURI, THfBB.DAY, JANUARY 1G, 189C. a- NUMBER G. JW WASHINGTON; The senate finance oommltt dee'ded to 'report, a a senate rob tltuto (or ilio' house bond bill, the. measure agreed upon by (he silver majority. The foil text of. theauh atltnt adopted. la m lollowai Thai from and afUr tha paasag of thla aot tha mlaU.ot tneTnlted Blatss shall ba opeoed to tha coinage of altirar, and thara iball be coined dollar of the weight of 413' grain ttcy, of standard sllveri 9-lOths flte, as provided by the' aot of January 13, ,1537, and upon tha aama terras and sublect to tha limitations and provlalons of law regulating the oolnaga and .legal tender quality of gold) and whenever the said coins herein prorlded for ahall ba received into tha treasury cartilleataa may ba lasued thereon f n tha manner now provided by law. r Beotion 2. That the aecreUry of tha treasury Shall cola Into standard;...

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. — 16 January 1896

MS. XL i it? STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Trice, $1.00 Per Ter. Thursday, Jan. ,1C, 1890. J. O. FISHER, Edittr. ADVERTISING RATES. On Inch, 1 liirmlh ........vl no One-quarter culuma, 1 inunlh 3 60 One-half column, 1 nionlli S 0U One column, 1 month..... 60 One-quarter page, 1 month 17 00 One-halt page, 1 mouth 32 00 Dlacounta on yearly contracts. Locale, I cents per line eaoli Insertion. It is a misnomer to call that, now bond issuo a " popular loan, in any enso of tlio word. Tho trouble with Lord Salisbury is thnt be imagines himself to be an other lioaconsliold. Dear Mr, Pulitzer:- Don't mnko your bid for bonds bo low that it will bo rejected by the administration, or somebody will call you n bluffer . There is only one reason why Senator Hill isn't ouo of the Dem ocratic leadors in the Sonato; ho hasn't any followers to lead' Tho Financial Situation, Tho continued necessity for the Itstlo of houds to replenish the gold reserve has established tlio fac...

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. — 16 January 1896

faf&l'i'v1 ''r '--.' .i,jfc2 tJEv ... . .. Jffi ieuB4iir,rBgrading grantoiWalke Is I II II 1 , ,. ,1 ' , i.. .,r- nu(r yip a. ,w rvT, wjju-cjtjjrj,uo xijiiaj. KSRJCir1' " - to-j.-.j v., ii:jn..i.:.. "r.i. rVi,..' 3 . i W iWfottofiixJtttTtot, City' He siiXJb; j, iwii ,h K5 MIM0DK1 rioirio x, it. tihi table. WMTWAttD. 'He ,"DT Etpreu n Arrives' Iii63'p.m ! T .Leavea 1115 p.m. Ho. 8. Night Expreu-Arrlvea WW a, pi - .Leaves MtWre.m. Ho, I, Lecal Pmitotter" Arrives 1?W5 p. m. leave. laieUn.m. frelgbt.carrles paaieDKera, Leave. 10'30 JCASTWAnD. Jfe. I .Pay.JSpress.... Arrives 3(35 p.m Ho. 4, NlghlKiproMi' Arrive ,3!13 a..u". leaves ?U8a.,m,. i No.,1, WoaliBaMenKcw. rHvy,Ui40 p.m.1' waves J.;65 p.m. No. 8, K. O.Kxprew Arrlvci i3.00 a.m. - "LeaveS.tfiWJa.'ro.- Crelgb.t, cattipaaebgM.. Leave 8-55 p'. m t :ii , Not 124, freight, carries pass- . eugere toOiage .oiily, 8308. mi Leoaljpu.e&ger tragus S aud (Jrun do tweVn Btf Loll ana KahsM'Oity, r r, ' He. I ku through aleep.rt U Jepllo,...

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. — 16 January 1896

ir .State Republican. JRFFEBSON CITY, UI8S0URI. THE HOWLERY GROWLEBY EOOM. bt LAtrru n. mcnimDi. Ildoetntpajtob cretin It'i not worth while to trj lt For Mammj' eyei 10 iharp Are Try tore to spy Itt A plnoh on Billy's arm. A tntrl or a icllea gloom Ko longer we utay. bat mast op and &waj To the Howlery Qrowlery room till the Howlery. hot thoGrowloryl Jlel Ihe BnltTcry, Bnarlery, Bcowleryl There we may etny, H we chooe, alt day t Dat lt'e only a smile th.it can bring na away. If Mammy catches me A pinch In Into lilllyt If Billy breaks my whip, Or scarce my rnbblt silly I It's MMake It up, boys, qulckl Or else you know your ilunml" We mast kiss and be friends, or the squabble ends In the Uowlery Growlery room. j cnoBpg Iltl the Howlery! hoi theGrowlcryl Hat the Rulffery, Bnarlery, Bcowleryl There we may stay, If we choose, oil day) But It's only usmlto that oan bring us away. Bo It doesn't pay to be bad There's nothing to be won In tti And when you come to think, There's realty no...

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. — 23 January 1896

THE STATE 4 1 ... I is?.. - - VOLUME xxy, : JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUNTY, MIBS-OURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1890. 'Iff 7 r ' ' ' ' EfUBLICAN. NUMBER 7. .state board of agriculture: From muf other Interesting things laths report ot Ool. J. B. Elppey, secretary ot the State Board .ot Ag riculture, to that body meeting In Colombia, wo gather? the following s We have, daring; the year 1885, pro duced .230,000,000 bushels ot oorn 17,000,000 buehela ol wheat, 84,000,000 bushels ot out", 8,000,000 ton el hay, 12,000,000 pound oi cotton, 7,600,000 pound o! tobacco, 10,000,000 bushels ol potatoes. An immense apple crop ol only fair quality, and a good 'yield of small fruits, melon, flax, rye, castor bean, broom oorn, clover, and sorghum, Pas tures hare been nutritious, lire a took In good condition and unusually healthy. with the exception ol hoy cholera, by reason ol which It 1 estimated that we Congressman Hubbard ha Intro duced a bill Into the house ot repre sentative of great importance to...

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. — 23 January 1896

R REPUBLICAN. DRSON CITY, MISSOURI. bptton Trice, 81.00 Per Ter. rhursdaj, Jan. 2U, 1830. (7. FISHER, Editor. pVERTISING RATES. ci. 1 month Ul 00 barter coluim, 1 month 3 60 kit column, 1 month 6 00 blumn, 1 mouth GO Barter pngo, 1 montu 17 00 alt page, 1 month 32 00 nuts on yearly contracts. I cent pur Hue each Imertioii. yor Walbridgo of St. Louis, in opon letter to Dr. Preetoriu?, on lust evening, announc-d kit us a cindidato or governor Republican ticket. bo Blackburn ought to write a I on "How I lost my confidence ping reoloctod to the Seuato." franco is not doing nny hurrahing I tho reconciliation between the lor und his grandmother. Obstruction is tinder sonio circitm Ices as bad as destruction. " A . lo the vriso'' otc. rhe failuro of tho Utiepn of to stay dead may result seriously complicating eastern kirs. Iho sale of the Democratic Na oal conTention Mieins to have ben prlooked bv most of tho Deiuoo po editors, A Serious Problem. Tho Republican party has been having so muc...

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. — 23 January 1896

Hlelicst t titr 'MISSOURI. M. $KA YEAR, i IN JUVH rBilei, Jan. 7,1J. ft! nil 1BW Stt J - - " ItinovBi rictrio b. n. tdm tabus CIIAMOIC OV TIME. WKSTWAltU. Iff 1 ;Day Express .. Arrives H:55 p.m. a ' I.uaven 1 slB p.m. Mo. 3. UlKlit Kxpreis Arrives Vi:m a. ni r Leaves 12:30 a.m. Wg.U.Loc! PuMeucer. Arrives l'Ii25 r-.'m. . leaven M'.IU P.m. Briirht. iirrlea nanienriers.Leav 10:J0 . ABTWAJD. rr-4.. " - JLQHVCB Ji.ii iv. 4. tftihr. Kinross. Arrivos a;w r."- " 1 -r - . n.m. . , M i,nnvcs d ia ui No. , Local r&sseiiger. Arilycs 12i40 No. 8, K. O.Kxprees Amvo .uua.ra liHaVcB O W U IUi ""relent. carrLs nassetiltors. Leaves 3 '65 Lool passengM tralus 5 and 0 run-oe- tw.sn St. Louts aua Kausas my. H. I hai through lpi l J'pllo, .1. PUiMnk H1U TOttU. rlMCIInlnit chair laro on all -through rii. LEUANON DHANOII U..'1M liim JSron CUT at .W Armoi at uagneii i u.iv a. u. ui nimU at ,.!. a. ro. Arrltei nt Jfltron City 2.80 p. m , John J. Ohuhoii. Ant. RdBBEfiS, (. i ,n 111. w ' Cedar Gitf turnls...

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. — 23 January 1896

mm iiwa f in ii immM J "' I. Ill mi. llll.JiiHf HlfcllllWW'MIIIIMIIMiPI'l"IIIIIIMMTipTnniTTlg FT State Republican. jKFrnaaoN cnv, Missouri. LITTLE OBPHAHT ANNIE. T IUII WH1TOOMI nlLKY Uttl Orphan! Annie's come to oar home to stay An wash the cops and tsaacers up and brosb th erombs away, -An' thoo th ehlokn off the porch, an1 dull the hearth, en' sweep, An' make tbe lire, eo' bake the bread, aa eern her board-aa'-keepi As all ci other children! when the sapper thlngi It done, W t aroand the kltohen Ore an1 hat the mostest fan A-Ustnln' to the witch talei 'at Annie tella boa I, As' th gobble-on 'at glta 70a Bf yon Don't Watch Oat I Ono'l they wis a little boy wonlJn't ear hta pray'r An' vhen be went to bed 'at night, awaj op atalra, till mammr heard him hollar, an' his dadJy heard htm bawl, An' when they tara't the klvvers down be wasn't there at all I An' they teeked him In the ratter-room, an' cnbby bote, an press, An' seeked htm up the ohlmbly-llue, an' everywhere, 1 gaess. Cat el...

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. — 30 January 1896

' - -' .... ft f T . UBLICAN el JE?EK90N CITY, COLE Cptwpjr, MISSOURI, TIIUliSbAY, .UNITARY 30, 1890. DUMBER 8. IN WASHINGTON. The senate ha passed Senator Vest's bill (or the construction of another bridge, across the Mississippi it ot. noma. under too GENERAL NEWS. A Mil to stake Lincoln's birthday, February 13, legal holiday bat Been Introduced br Representative William Aides Smith of Michigan In the house. ' Representative Hubbard baa Intro dnced a bill appropriating $2,000,000 to permanently Improve the Osage river with looks and dami from Us month to Osceola, Mo., 9181,800 to be expended Immediately' In com- p'etlng the loc,t4rd'ow'.;i prooess 01 oonai thoal, and 8,20 ting timber, eto 'profrlaaoa-! expended yearly, supervision of the Missouri River Oommlfs'on. Mr." Hubbard aao Introduced a bill approrrlat ng $4,000 to continue the Improvement of the Gasconade river from Us mouth to Arlington. The following bills of concern .to Mlssourlans have been Introduced : By Mr. Orowther...

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. — 30 January 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. MOTJTERSON OITT, MISSOURI. HoWicrlptlon Mee, $1.00 Per Ter. Tkurinjr, Jan. 30, 189C. J. 9. TISHSlt, JCdiUr. ADVERTISING RATES. Oat loch, 1 month Ul (K) He-quarter oolumi, 1 month I 60 half column, 1 month t 00 e)ne column, 1 month 50 ne-qiiarter page, 1 month 17 00 ne-hslt page, 1 mouth 32 00 plicounU on yearly contiacti. Locali, cems pur lint each ltuertloL. How many victories woro ovor won bj nrtnios composed entirely of generals f Adloi Stevenson winks tbo other ye nbonovor anybody risks him bout tbo Morrison boom and begins to talk about tho weather. It is hardly worth moutloning, but Bill Morrison ought to know that bo isn't built on Presidential lines. If conferences could settle tbo question tbo silver man would lon ago bavo ended tbo linaucinl tin uasion. Yes, for onco tbo croakers are right; that Sonato Monroo doctrine resolution is intended for eftect ffect upon European nations." Tbo Popuhr Loan. As the time fnr the opening of the hldvfortlio popular loa...

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. — 30 January 1896

If ,jfS(lfeCRll,AYEAH, MP -r-1 ; ,4f Ho., attteond tlau'iAatttr, Jkj 6erli, Jin. 7. 18W.J 1 I VV.l!g Jk M MlJSOCHt PAClriO . R TIMIt TABI.B. CIUNOI oV TIIIK. WK8TWAUD. Kl,Dy Express.. Arrives 13:65 p.m, Leaves 1:15 p.m. Ko. 3, Nlgtit Express Arrives H:3U u. til ' Leaves 12:30 a.m. Mo. I. Local Passenger. Arrives li:25 m. Lei Frslgbc, carries passeDgersjLeav raves 12:4Un.m JCA6TWAHD K.l,Diy Express Ko a m. Arrives 2:35 p.m leaves 2:60 D.m XlirlitRxtirias. ArriVDJ 2:13 " Leaves 2:13 a. m in. . Local PassenRcr'.. Arrives-lauo o m. '"' 'leaves UW p.m. Kb. 8, JC. O.Express Arrives J.uy a.rfl. T.mvea 3:00 a. m. Freight, carrUspaBSinKrs. Waves 3-63 P Ho. 121, lrslRbt, carries Pas eogsrt to Dang only, 8tfua. m Lecsl passeugsr tralus S and 0 run tie Hrt.n 8t. Louis and Kansas City. I hn through lUsptrs U Jplln, Mo. M.nknl HUllOuL. rarllnlni chair ctti on stl through trti. LEBANON BIUNCH. v. lll1.t....IftinouCllTt 9-80 Arrltii at Usguell at 11.10 a. in in Biirntll t I ..lt.tOs. m Airif f it J...

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. — 30 January 1896

l nil T 1 fi I Mi T liif I I 1 V 1 Y ' ass a, StItE REPUBLICAN. JEFl'EilSON CITY, MliSSOUItl. THE FBAIBES OF MEN. gj HT H. A. HOTCBISSOX. A pooifjllttle girl In a tattered gown, Wandjjlng alone through the crowded town, All weary and worn, on tlio curl) aa down, By life lde of tho way to rest) BedlrrSnedwIth tears wero her eyeaof brown, Ilerjianda to her bosom pressed. The if grit was approaching, nd winter' SLul blast, That Cell on tho faceof the child na It passed, Congeiillng the tears that were falling fast From the poor llttlo maiden's eye, The blinding anow on her pale chock cast, NoMieedlng her plaintive ory. Nowflkiirrledly passing along the street, Bhe (fitches the sound of approaching feet, And wearily rises, as If to entreat Bote) lil from the pas-er byi Cut slowly and sadly rcsumoa her scat, tte Belled by tho glanco of his eye. He MsV tho wild tempest rcslatlos-ly hnrl, Tho Bothering snowllasus with many a whirl. Upotrher bare head, whore each soft shining corf Ws swept ...

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. — 6 February 1896

fsmr -,.;m1mk - S i h VOLUME XXV, JEFFERlaN OITY, COLE COU1 IN WASHINGTON. - The senate baa pawed resolution strongly m sympathy with the Cuban cause. Assistant' secretary of Btate Uhl Is mentioned m the probable successor of tba late Ambassador Runyon at lbs conn of Germany; A bill baa been introduced to re imburse Nevada, California and Ore. gon for tba money expended in quipping' troof a for war: Colonel Tracoy bai Introduced a bill In oongroii giving the members of the enrolled Missouri militia a penslonable status. Mr. Tracy, of MIssouri, baa intro duced In the .house three bills to im prove, the Missouri river. .One to Improve it at and near Miami; one to iraprpvo it at and noar.QJaggow; and one to ACROSS THE SEA; China has set aside a large sum for the.creatlon of a war fleet. British Ambassador Pauncefote has notified Eeoretary Olney of Eng land's ratification of the Bebrlng Bea commission convention. Tho saltan of Turkey has denied admission to the Bed Cross Society which I...

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. — 6 February 1896

i TATE REPUBLICAN. CJTJBRSON CITT, MIS30URI itoikicrlptlon Price, $1.00 Per Ter, Thursday, Feb. G, 189G. J. O. FISHER, Mitir. ADVERTISING BATES. i Inch, 1 month jl (i0 i-qunrter comma, 1 month 3 50 i-half column, 1 month 6 00 i column. 1 month f.fi ne-quarter page, 1 month 17 00 ne-balt page, 1 montli 32 00 Discounts ou yearly contracts. IVocals, I cents per Hue eaeh Insertion If lossof tho Cuba news was fftparcd in tbis country we might know' more about tho real initiation. Mrs, Genoral Grant celebrated Isr sevontislh birthday tho otliar iajr, She is in oxeellont health . Tho Kentucky legislature may bo deadlocked, but it is cerrtniu that ffee Blackburn hasn't tho right key onnfc9kit? - Tho doath o Hon. Theodoro Run yon, TJ. S. Ambassndor to Germnuy, jives Mr. CleToland another 17,500 fsition to dispose of. ThosB who think the Sonato will ot adopt that Monrou doctrine ro wlntion are badly posted on Senato rial sontimcnt. Tammany Hall is dropping low, Indeed. One of its election dis...

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