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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 6 February 1896

1 ! : T 1 1 . ,M '. t ft.., m -. fl x r rf ifcBON rni TBtmsOit .crxoua. BDHOB oo3e?xiJ3 aneiiiiEi. IIP Kit;, - pt A - 'VHHHslsssssssHL -t--r & mimsuw TXOinO . B. TABLH.' OHAMQI OV T1MK. wvinrmn. k 1,DT KxiiroJV.'ArrlTO fssSS p.m.' ' , Leaves 1:15 p.m. Ho. 8, Night Express Arrives ia;3U ft. m ' leaves 12:30 a.m. - Me, I, LocurneliKcr, Arrives 13:25 p.juV leaves 12:40 p.m. . freight, carrles-vaMengers, Leave 1030 Be. 1, Pay Express s , Arrives a.'35 p.m leaves 2:60 p.m. , Hlgnt Express. Arrives 2HS -.U,, Le??L,.1'V.,SA . Al lives AJ.V ft6 1 :55 ll.'H). -AWlveSB.uus.m. Travel' 3:00 a. m. Frelgat, carries passengers, Xaves3'M 124, freight, carries pass- . enters to Os8 ouly, 8 :30 a. m . Leijsl passenger trains 5 and 6 run te (weeji St. Louis aud Kansas City. y,, I H-U,f.qU".)tP U',J.plio. f, Tt'nsasaalBmmiUv , ' rMtlolng eBslr cars, all ttrogh itslas. LIB J.NOK BSANCn. Ke.HltlT JsffsrioiiCltjrM S.Ms. ni. . Arrii ts at nsgnsll at 1S.I0 a. m. Ke. Ill' f"'" a. in. AtrliM at JtfftrtOB ...

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. — 6 February 1896

TTFUIB IT-T"t I ii p ii mi sjiis m.. mmJtiJa. StfiS3 4 MWiiiir itiipmiiiinniniiiilii I i Hi n w ll illliMWBjMWMW iW''w'l', i:4iS State Republican. JBFFfiRSO.S CITV, MHiSOUai. A FAIEI JINGLE, rmou niarsE't bo0nd-tablsj. 'Where ar you colng ao faat, little matdt" 'To th beautiful story-book land," aha aid. "And what do 70a think you'll tot, little maldt" "Just listen to m. and I'll tell yen," lb aid. I'll see Mother noose, with her cap and herhroomi I'll b!u Cinderella In ashos at home; I'll climb op Jack'a ltder. If only to leg A peep at tho hen that can lay a gold egg I "Or the harp thnt plays awoetly Whenever yon move It Nora 0 tells me that often, But never can prove It. "I'll learn without doubt, If 'tie true all I fearod Of tbe six headless wWes Of cruel Bluebeard I'll talk irlth Aladdin Of his magic lamp! In tbo seven-league boots I'll go for a tramp) "Drink milk from the oow That Jumped oror the moon; And eat from tbo dish That ran oft with tbe spoon. "I'll dance to thoflddlea...

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. — 13 February 1896

Ex-President Benjamin, Harrison has written the following letter: "Hon, John K. Gowdy, Indiansp olli, Ind. In view of the resolution pasted by the State Central Commit tee at Its recent meeting, and of the fact that delegate!, to the National Republican Convention are .soon to be chosen In this state, I have con cluded that iome statement from mo as to my wishes and purposes should now be made to my Indiana friends Hitherto, I have declined to speak to the publlo npon this matter, hut scores of friends to whom Ihavo talked and many scores more to whom I have written will, recognize In this expression the substance of one who bas proposed to tromote my nomination I have sad 'no.' There never has been an hour since I left the White House thatl have felt a wish to return to It. "My Indiana friends have been devoted and faithful, and I am their gratetnl debtor. Tho republican party has twice in national convention giv en me its endorsement, and that is enongh. I think the voters of our ...

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. — 13 February 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. OITT, MISSOURI. nbscrlptlon Frlce, 81.00 Per Tear. Tk.rsday, Fib. 18, 189G. JT. 0. FISHER, EdiUr. ADVERTISING KATES.; I Inoli, 1 month U1 t0 Re-quarter eoluma, 1 month 3 10 pe-half column, 1 month t 00 ne column, 1 month CO e-quarter paee, 1 month 17 00 nehal( page, 1 mouth ....32 00 (tcounti on yearly contractu. can, ecems per line eaen insertion. The next Republican state convon. Gen should bo hold in Jefferson Oil. Mr. Cleveland might utilize n emic Valentino to get even with Tillman. It would bo interesting to know Jtut how many Democratic Senators ue napeatingW '.ms ,wlth tho foemooralio Presidolt. The Capitol Removal Cm. Tho deoision of the Suprotno Court over ruling Judge Shaokloford in tho Buit brought to lestralu the SocroUry of Stato from publishing this constitutional amendment romov ing their permanent seat of govern mont from JofforBon City to Sodalia was porhaps ti greater surprise to So dolia than to Jefferson City. Tho Supreme court of this stato re...

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. — 13 February 1896

TBIHS.'T j. -.... . MOTION, $1, A YEAR, tvWKHF T -sfe: armaria aunt ronojjici at jejenon vuy Jfa,, u tteond tint matter. Mew Serial, Jan. 1,180. MlMdCKt ricino x. n. tihh tabus, CHANUR Or TIME. WKSIVTARU. Ko 1,DT Exureas.. Arrives lii65 p.m Leavaa 1:15 p.m Ko. 3, Night Express Arrives 12:30 a. m Leaven 12 :30 a.m. Ms. I, Local Paueneer. Arilvta liiiio rrlirht.rrlnii tiamienuers. Leave 1U:30 . BJ. EASTWARD. Ms. a, Mo irtrnts'SiS ' '".'Leaves 3 !t0 p.m 4. Xkht Express. Arrives 3:13 m. Leaven 2:10 a. ni 0. Local Passenaer. At lives 12:40 m Leaves 1 :55 u. ni 8, K. O.Express Arrives 3.00 tt.ni Leaves w u. ui VnlEkt. carries passnDKara. Leaves 3 -55 P Mo. 1S4, freight, cnrrles pass ngsrs to Osage only, 8:30 a. ui, Leoal passenger trains 5 and G run'oe twesn St. Louis and Kansas City. He. Vfi through eleepere teWeplla, Mo, l fi.ii Jhl Bill route. rrree reclining chair carl on all tbreujh tralai. UEBAMON BRANCH. I Ho.lMleatee Jeffereon Cltj at S.SOa. ni Arrttee t Bagnelt at 11.10 a. m Mo. ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 13 February 1896

cTATp 7 nninri TinTTOr 4owat it' make. m Home Dyes That Wfpast. THE' SUNDAf dtlbOL ':lib cSm, Oit.o tt mm 1 state republican. d y HOUSE ssr - ft -A . - s . nrs ' t " A enviable situation." . M . TWntlfnl nW Wltl, (U rurired by n. K. Hlna.A;M..i.n. wo-iAm t ihi. nnm. .nwiriti.M. XM.yi iSl-l -. . sbKU' "fe.-JM "Your BjiwX: pryoOr Itfe"! THE SEASON WHY. run nutria's mi. "Wist makes yon buy that brand of soap!" Inked a woman shrewd "Borne other, hate far larger scope Their namea X here reviewed. What makes ma buy that certain brondt" The woman looked surprised, And thus .he enawcred my demand 'Beeanae It's advertised I" "Why did yon chooso that ribbon falrl" leaked a little mtssi 'The storekeeper had others there Why did you askforthtst" Bbe Rated at me with pitying eye, My face she criticised! Then answered very simply, "Wbyt Decauso It's advertlsodl' "What makes yon alwayabny that wlnel" I asked a business friend "It's quite a fovorlto of mine But why select thts brand?" lie looked as...

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. — 20 February 1896

fell . . ., Wl iir state! !1 Vi. A PUBLICAN. IL VOLUME XXV. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNP THE NATIONAL CAPITAL fe Wall and DeAmond Debate, The final delcio on the free coinage 'substitute for the houso bond bill was spirited. There were were several strong speeches, and one, at least, of a somewhat sensational character. Mr. Towne, of Minnesota, a republican, claimed tho attention of tho house and galleries for oyer an hour" with an eloquent effort on behalf of free coin age; which won for him a personal ovation such as has not been accorded any member since tho session ben-an. His speech was Illustrated with charts and aroused unbounded enthusiasm among the silver forces. Mr. Hall, a democrat from Missouri, on tho other hand, .announced his con version to' "sound money" In a.rather cnarged that eight senators who voted for freecolnoge, according to "credited information," had prlvatoly said that they 'believed free coinage would bring upon this couhtry national and Individ ual bankrup...

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. — 20 February 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. fBFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. bscrliition l'rke, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday, Feb. 20, 18'Jli. J. C. JflSUEli, Mittr. ADVERTISING KATES. Inch, 1 lnotilh ul 00 ne-qimitcr e'liliiiiui, 1 u.oiilh...... 3 60 ne-hnlf column, 1 mouth 6 00 n column, 1 mouth 9 50 on-quarter lingi". 1 muntli 17 00 nff-hiilf pairo, 1 i 33 00 IWcoiuits on J cull) loiitinel. DC til, CCI1IS Jll'l' I1I1C llie'U insertion. JoffcrBon City lmi tlioiiMinds ol friands who will aihocnlo her cause this year. Tho discovery or rich jjold mines Ik Argoutiuo makes that little. Ro Jklio in danger of boiag cluiuioel f England. Tho dilTerenco between u bond iaiuo by public Capital Removal. A fow reasons that BUggest them selves to the' neoplo of this slide why tho capital shpuld not b ro. moved from Jefferson City toSodalia. 1. liecauso tho adoption of tlio res olutiotiwill involve the ntato in a groat scandal and cost tho taxpayers from $2, 000,000 "to fi.OOO.OOO. 2. liectiuso. tho state of Missouri cannot afford t...

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. — 20 February 1896

if Sfill -V,Ul,T.' fi 4 i-V.-y 5!5iE7is!'-. " . ... ; i ITTM IBUllSPlI KTXIUIIO. oMMOiurijun, m. a i&ftui -iIM-jiovAHOa v ' -i A I HI git i Ul L'lll ll Tho lUpnbliaans of isourl most eo to it tbal the strong rttand otennesf mon in tho party- oro placed on Ilit ataio ticket this year, There are to ba elected stats ofllcors and gHieni at tht Poitofflci at Jtterion Clli Me,, at tteoni alati matter. HsjrSsrUi, Jan. 7i law.J Jo'ra, ?6.bif 7Wa CAeap Prhei. Tb'ftj effort of congress will be to tcduco the burdens of tho people, noi Increase tbcmj to cheapen living, not to render It mora costly. N. Y. World. November 14. 1892. ndges .of the supremo court nnd Thl. Is a sample of the Democratic courts ottippenls Tho judiciary is promises of 1832. Every paper and one of the roost important co ordi. I eVory politician that favored free nnto urnuonefroj tuo stnto govern-trado ras, at the lime, spreading tnent and great care should bojxer- broadoatt tho wildest statements as cised in the selec...

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. — 20 February 1896

J" "1 if State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, - MISSOURI. IF YOU WESE HEB$. SAItArl RTBRLIKQ ll'KNBaY, IK ItARPBtl'fl OAZAR. If yon wero hero, the changing sea Now gold or green, now purple coy, Now winsomo bluo nt smiling noon, And fading palont ovo too soon Would provo a fairy place, where My thoughts a million gems would wear To celebrate their Joy. If you were here, tho wilful road. Meandering now hard by tho sea, Avoiding, claiming, risking sheer, Now hiding In n woodland drear, Would bo a magic lane, whoso end Would golden gifti and rubies lend To luro ns constantly. Tho thickly wooded Island there, That ttrutclics long and dark and htlll - Tho while sand girding all tho land, T'nffright the steps of plrato band Would bo n mystic shoro where wo Would search tho key of things to be, And find It nt our will. If you were here, tho creront moon, (Jnccn regnant of the lltful tide, Who giliH the crest of every wave, Proclaiming it her loving slave, Would fill the eea from brim to brim,...

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. — 27 February 1896

M'"y.n ..ss,, ..... m J PUBLICAN. VOLUME XtfV. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COPNtr, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 189G NUMBER 12. IN AND OF MISSOURI. Balnta After Sinners, ' Tts Rev. Charles H. Plattenburg, formerly of Missouri, has boon called from Unlontown, Pa.-, to Ashland, Ohio. The Hot, Ji B. Briney; of Moberlyr In- beginning a -protracted meeting, stated that while he did not know how tho mooting! would turn out, he knew that the hoodlums who disturbed thorn would be suppressed. Tho Ber. J. H. Jones has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Appleton City. There hare been thirty accessions to the Methodist church at Dnlonvlllo. The Rev. B. M. Harl will, on account, of his health, reside permanently at, Canon City, Cola The. Ber. IX V. Prlca. a Meth- uuou yreocning ni aoyicsviue. me Ber. Thomas M, Cobb, who has been very popular at Lexington, removes to Hlgglnsville. The Rev. E. R, Dlllard will remain In Centralia, where ha has been preaching 'a revival Arch deacon...

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. — 27 February 1896

B3 STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON OITT, MISSOURI. Subscription rrlce, $1.00 l'er Tear. Thursday. Feb. 27, 1890. J. C. FISHER, Edlltr. ADVERTISING JUTES. On Inch, 1 month .Vl W One-quarter eolumi,l ruoiilh J W One-halt column, 1 month 00 One column, 1 month 89 One-quarter page, 1 mouth 17 00 One-hall linire, 1 mouth 32 00 Discounts ou ) early contract!. Locala, 8 cents pur Hue eaeli huertlou Sedalia wants to run everthing, After this fall election sho will not be running everything quite as much. llusBia ib reported to be again making faces at Jnpan ovor the shoul ders of Korea. Wonder what Bill Morrison thinks be could do with thnt Democratic nomination, if ho had it? The Two Parties. If the division on the money ques tion lu the two patties continues, it is pretty hard to tell where the thing will cud. Wo have always contended thai free trade and freo coinage, as advocited by many Democrats, is otic of the most dangerous doctrinos that has ever been advanced. Wc hac also said that the...

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. — 27 February 1896

sr. IK. s V. rari:nsoK oitt, Missouri. D STPtl TrJCHSDtT KTIMNO, SUBSCRIPTION, $), A YEAR, -IN- HDVMNOM Kntirti al. IA tottOJUc at JtJ)erion Ollu Me., m jcon4 !') matter. ' IXawBarlea, Jan, 7,180.) SI ir ii imiMflnTr-ii iiiig HHieuitl ncirip x. n, tiuk tadle. cnANai or T1MK. WKSTWAllb. N iiOtr Express i. Arrives 13:5.1 p.m. Leave 1:15 p.m. Wo. 3, Night Kxpreni Arrives 12:;IU n. m Loaves Vli'M a.m. No. I, Local Faeieujicr.- An Ive s l'i:25 p. ui. Lines 1-J;40 p.in. ' Freight, catrles passengers, Leave 10:30 a. O). JUSIYVAIID. ?HMht eVBxutess .Urmee 2J5. p.m. V 'J Leaves 2:C0 p.m. Ne. i, Night Express. Arrive 2 1 13 a. di. Leaves 2:13 ft. m. No. I, Local raseii)jer. Aulu-s 12:40 p. m. Leaves 1 'M p. m. No. 8, K. CExmess Arrives 3.00 a.m. Leaves 3:00 u. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 'to p. m. No. 124, freight, carries pass engers to Osage ouly, 8:30a.m. Lesal passeuger tralus 6 aud 0 run be tween St. Louis aud Kansas City. Ma. I ai tlirtujh alaepera ta Jeullu, Ms. Via Maaaai...

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. — 27 February 1896

State Republican. JEIFHB80N CITY, MISSOURI. "0, BAIEHIESi OODDLE DOON.'1 T.e following poem, which fairly rivals the most exquisite and tondor ol Buras' household lyrics, was written by a common Scotch laborer Bomo fifteen yoars ago. IIo was a section hand on the North British railroad, and the poem was published In a local paper. Ho far as can bo learned, tlio author has never given any other cvl denco of literary talent thau thot con tained In this ono marvelous produc tion: The balrnlcs cuddto doon nt nlcht Wl' mucklo faticht an'- din j O, try an sleep, yo wankrifo roguos, Your father'B comln' In, They nover heed n word I speak, I try to gl'e a frown j But ayo I had them hp an' say, "O, balrnlcs, cuddle dbonl" Wco Jlmle wl tho curly held, He aye sleeps nest the wa', Bangs up an' cries, "1 want a plccoj" Tho rascal starts them a'. I rln' and fetch them pieces, drinks, ""hey stop a weo he soun', Tint. "'0 blankets up an' cry, DIVIDED HOUSE. A Story of the Civil War in Missouri. BY ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 March 1896

wis p ' - -.7 : P;:v;iTME. STATE VOLUME X'XV. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COtJS fRUBLICAN. r i J M ' - p, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 189G. If '. JBF- NUMBER 13. Ba it.' W-' IN AND OF MISSOURI. Two 01d,LegIlatora Dead. Two old-time Missouri lawmakers passed away last week. The first to go was.Joslah M. Anthony of Madison county. He. was a member of the Twentieth, .Twenty-eighth, Thlrty-finl and Thirty-second General Assemblies, and later Vas .connected for a time with the State grain inspection de partment He woe a farmer and con siderable of a politician. While in the legislature Mr. Anthony Was known ns the wit of tho house, an honor he was fairly entitled to wear. When tho Houso was worn out with a tedious debate everyone naturally looked to Mr. Anthony for an outbreak- of humor, and he generally responded. Ho was strictly honest and well liked. Every body always wanted to hear Mr. Anthony speak. He was 70 years old. Dr, Win.. H, rdlmsbeo, died at his home in' Gallatin, -Daviess county...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 March 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. ?15FFEKS0N orrr, MISSOUHI. ubierlptlou Price, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday, March f, 181)0. jr. C. FISHER, Eilittr. ADVERTISING RATES. f n Inch, 1 mouth ul t' Ofte-Quarter column, 1 month SM fcia.linlf column. 1 liionlh 0 00 On column, 1 month 9 oil ae-ausrter pace. 1 tumuli 1" W) Oca-hall page, 1 month .12 00 ptioounta on ) early conlinctJ. Locals, I cents per Hue each Itiscnloi.. Democidts would bilfn vvei.r ttiei warmest cloihing-TlwOlhpy boomlm1- been put on the roml. Hoko Smith is the iptietest man in the cabinet tlirbo days. Ho is said to entertain gn.vp doubts about his ability to laud (bat sxiintorship. Cot. Stouo lias i'-nied ti circular letter to tho flee hihrrites thioit;liout Missouri uottfving tlnm to he cm the tvlert in the iuteicst of mIvci' Billy Whitney smiles ami winks hi. ff eye wllOU tllib dv - l s I.ln I but ths silver dcmnci tits nut wish ing hitu for a candid, ite. The Misouii J i'ii. ciat- at ap parently gmug to do tln-ir -', ii v befere the Chi...

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. — 5 March 1896

3U- rtJWumntD xum Tnonao.it kijekino. SUBSGRiFTIOMliA YEAR, -IN MDUflflOB a iTMT.yxjai aopima jmrnB;- Cn(r4 SIMM PaKojnct at Jijtrion ()U) Mo., at Mteind cti matter. ,'Hjw.eine, Jn. 7, lew. j "111 Mil I II mi T Miucuni nemo x, it. mm tabu.. ' oiuxac ov TiHsr WKSTWAIIU. Ho 1,Dy Express.. Arr)yes 12;u3 l.m Loaves 1:15 p.m. Mo. 3. Nlabt Kxpreas Arrives lii'M a.ni ' Leaves 12:TO a.m. No. t, Local raseenetr. JVril(s l'l:i!5 I,.. I.much 12:4Ut.ui. 'Vrniclii. curries tiaateneeis, Leave iOtfO a. in. No.1j,ry Express." Arrives 2:'A p No. , Ulght Express. Amves 2:l:i a.m. Loaves 2i)tf a. m. No. , Local I'sssermer. Aillves VM10 n m, . Leaves 1!oj p. m. No. 8. K. C.Exprees Arrives II.OU n. in. 1 i Leaves 3:00 a. in. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 &: p. m. Do. 121, irolfitit, carries pass angers to Osage ouly, 8.J0a. in Leotl patiauger tralus 6 ana C run tie- tnssn St. Louis and Kansas Uity. S kil throojh iWst U Jtt'll". Mo. vis rlil Hill null, ,J.rrM isollnlug cbslr cri on 11 tlirouK...

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. — 5 March 1896

It- State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. BEHAVE YOURSEL' BEFORE TOLK. BT ALEXAHDKRftODaoS. Behavo yonrsel' hfforo folk, Ueliavo yourscl' before folk. Anil dlnna be sue rnlo to mo, As kiss mo sao beforo folk It wailna gl'o mo tnclklo pain, Oln wo wcro seen nnd beard by uane. To tak' n kiss, or grant you nuc, But, gndo nake, no beforo foils. Behavo youiwl' boforo folk, Behave yonrsel' before folk; What o'er you do when out of view, Be cautious nyn beforo folk. Consider, lad, how folk will er.ick, And what n great affair they'll niak' O' nnotlihu hut a slmnlo smack That'H gl'cn or ta'cn beforo folk. Behavo yourfi'l' beforo folk, Beliavo joursel' beforo folk', Nor gl'c tho tongue o' nuld or young Occasion to come o'er folic, It's no through hatred o' n ki?s That I sae plainly tell yon this, But, losli ' I tak'' It salr amiss To bo t:io teamed boforo folk Behavo joiirwl' before folk, Behave yonrsel' before folk s When wo'ro alano you may tak' one, Bui flout rwuip before- folk. I'm...

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. — 12 March 1896

mm ' ''.fr , 'W' '-' ' : " THE STATE UBUCAN. VOLUME XXV. IN AND OF MISSOURI. ! State Quarantine Regulations. The Stato board of agriculture con vcned In Jefferson City for cattle quar- antlno purposes. President Alexander Malttand presided at tlio meeting. CoL Albert Dean, of the United States department 'of agriculture. Dr. L. E. White, state veterinary surgeon, and D. F. Luckey, inspector of Jasper and Newton countios, wore present, and dlscussod regulations needed for the more perfect control of southern or j splcnetio fever In this stato dnlrng 189a The quarantine line defined by tho United StatcB department of ngricnl ' ture is followed in tho lines drawn by the board.' exccDt as it anolles to tho .. . , stato .of Arkansas,, tho state , board territory, wnue mo general government authorities havo admitted the two northern tlors of counties in that state to tho Infected territory. The executive committee of tho state board, with the advice of the governor and the state veterinar...

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. — 12 March 1896

MS m I.) 'V, K1" " K IL," ITATE REPUBLICAN. WF121tS0N CITY, MISSOURI. prescription l'rlcc. $1.00 I'er Tear. Thursday, March 12, 18'JO. j. c. r is m: it, i tor. ADVKIt'il.slM! HATKS.J Cat Inch. 1 month wl W JsVquaiior I'niiiiiin, I n ontli 3 so k-linlf column. 1 iiii'iitli 1)00 Cat column, 1 iiiki il 0 1UIUII'1 I'.IU' . I II ....... I vw half mure, 1 ii Ml ,...:I2 U0 COiintt mi Ji uilj i..iiiiacl mi, i coin 1'iT line caen uisciuoi.. Comptroller I'.oleli has put his talking nppar .1 i-to wnik again, ffatt civn liuu t loiiolit; bo duos a tebt. That Cuban ivsolutinn jjivos Mr, OUieltind n f,i. :.l pptu ttinily. but be has lmil utlm which lui nei'loetod to talto ndvunii' i of Itortvell V I ad il ho is would doubt lo' far tlio Detuurr laatiun. r Imi ii bairel, 1' i'lyjt "1. r hop lRilie a Final! bid ic Presidential nom Thole lire laUly cerium f Mr. Clou in' joro due!.- i i h. Soniitur ll.i! bell Ik.: Ii ! Utoirfnll -1-to lttiulii. .i ind doMi' in! ill ; two things nbso ...l.tl l' fill 111...

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