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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 March 1896

ssr, J'tt Jli'lJ F"' K. V , Ss,jSSIA'VAVSr 1 r 7 JirFEItSON OITT, JUSSOUltL SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, .-iSs U A -vmr nil OOIPXIES 3Tnin. fnttred o ih i'uiioiTlca at Jejerion City ifo.,n lecutnl c'ii muHer. JMew Series, Ju. 1, law. niitauRt iucis-io b. n. timk table. ciianuk or time! WKSTWAltU. No l.Day Express.. Arrives 12:53 p.m 1 . Leaves l-.l.) p.m u. a. KiMit Kinross Arrives l'J.-aua.m ' " I...UVCH 12:0 a.m Ho. 5. Local I'tmeenuer. Arllves llHio l.invcs 12i4nii.m ir.c'wi.i rarrlpa intsseui;erb. Leave iU:aO & . -..a...... t -a, in. " vt n ti- linnu.. . Arrives 2.-33 I). Ill Ho. . No P. i. viirliiKxnres. Arrives m. Leaves 2:1a a. m a. I.oeul l'usscimer. An Ives 12:40 m. Leaves Hoop. Ul. No. 8, K. O.Kxpieas Aiiives , j.uuu.m, 1.1'aVKS o.w i. Ml, c-rnlrrht. carries tiasseuiiurs. Leaves 3 -53 p.m. So. 124, frelRht, carries l'lss- engcis to Ooi;e only, s.jua. in. Local tmssuugor trains 5. and 0 ruu be tween St. Louis and Kansas City. t hs through tltiiirt t Jllln, Mo, l. fl....Bl ...

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. — 12 March 1896

r:i State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL rreparcil by It. K. Hlndo, A. M., M. D. TEAOHIKO ABOUT PRAYER. March 15. Luko 11 ' Golden Text : Ask, and it shnll tio given j peek and yo shall flint ; knock nml it shall ho opened unto you. Luko 11 :D. The Lord's Prayer. Between our last lcfon nml this we have given In Luko the account of Jews being entertained at the hcniM) of JInry nml Martini. Imniedlately fol lowing this It Is said : "As He wn prajlng in n certain place, when He ivau'd one of His dis ciples said unto Him. Lord, teach us to lirav, ns John uUo taught his disci pel?." Wo find fiom this and many other passages, that Jcmis was in the lialiit of praying. There aro twenty-one recorded iutances of His praying in secret nml in nubile. 'Ho pr.ijed for both friends and etiemie-, and for Ilinvclf. Ho thus illustrates to us the duty of private, family, social and public prajcr. If wo wcro not otherwise reminded of His humanity, these scenes of secret prayer,...

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 March 1896

I Mr - "BRvaase v,i , - . '.af. . . THE STATE 1 REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXV.- JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 1!), 18DG. NUMBER 15. Mi -k RATIONAL CAPITAL Republicans Claim Fraud. Senator Chandler, from tho com mittee on privileges roported the views of tho majority of tho committee, con - stating of tho republican members, recommending tho adoption of Senator Allen's resolution providing lor an in vestigation of tho Alabama state and legislative election of 1804. The re port makes reference to tho election of 1802, in which Thomas G. Jones, reg ular democrat, and Iloubon F. Kolb Vjwcro the rival candidates for governor. Tho committee asserts that this was ''dono by tho wholesale falsification of ' cers in pursuance of officers in pursu ance of a great conspiracy deliberately organized long before the election for the purpose of changing the political complexion of the stato' in case it should appear that Kolb and his sup porters had carried tho state." In 1801 Kol...

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 March 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. fnCFFERHON CI I V, .MISSOURI. Snbicrlptlon Trice, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday M.ir.-li l'.l, 1800. J. C. l'lSllill!, Eililor. ADVKlhlMM: RATES, n lncli. 1 innnili fic-qiuu trr mlnnm, 1 n unto . . no-lndt i'iiIiiiii'i. I in. ml Ul W) , 3 60 , 0 00 flrne I'lilllinli, 1 Miiiiiili GO Anp.nti!irlfr n.ir?.'. 1 ini-mli 17 00 On-hnlf inw. I iifi.'l plSCOUlil I'll . ul li t "iillilrt. Local, 6 cm. i In e em-ii liiscitloL Tlio Dunmi'i tandiduto l.v poreo fi'i Uic u, .i-. might M'cuio a lil., " K"d MZCll lit nut of u man. AViiiitfil .1 experienced tn lending ili-uv,'1" ld force Apply to tho Di'iiiui'iiitie p.utjr. General ili biiiiv i- p.nv in t-upromo entiol 'l tin ili ), . i i.itie imly, and general dufeiil is iiii tilling it. No wll ffico should Bncod In. lub lr V"l, t'l.ll ill. il milliner's lit im open Jefferson ( n front in a m i! pride of all tin t, ..I inn in tody i-l-i' l't.- i.' Unit his n ytia mi iiup.i- .i uism-hing to the iMukrs her the ' 1 1 lr of Missouri i' wind ...

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. — 19 March 1896

"i.V ;f: -myireitsoN city, Missouri. ."srcV' ' - .'Mrm.Mrmen wirm nitinaniv ff.vffMiNrt. . 4V i 'SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, -IN- nounriua I Snterni lit the 1'oitoJHce M Jejcrmn Oily Mo,, im lecowt ctu matter . New Series, Ju. , two.) uluoum r-ACifto 11. u. -nun tam.h. CllANUK OK TIMS. wEsrwAitu. No l.Uaj Express. .Airlvcs Vi:" p.m. l.cnc I ii" No. 3, Klulit lixprei Airiyes l.i a. m j.vuwi ya'M a.m. Ko. S, Local Pikh'Iiuvi Amu H:i3 p.m. J.eae 12;4Up.m. FrelgUt, carries i.iaseiiRei, Leave iU.-aO a. tu. EA81WA1UI. No, 2, Pay fixpres.... Amv2;M iwu No. 4, i!iKUtKxprc9. Air.viiS 2:13 a, in. Leave 2:18 a. No. 6, Local Paa.enger Ailltea l!!i4U p ni. 1 I.cnvfH 1 in.) p. 111. No'. 8, K. CJ.Kxpieta Airtvcs It.OO a.m. ' Leaves ;i:W)a. 111. Freight, carries passengers. Leaes3-aj p. 111. No. 124, Height, cairlcs pas- sngera to Oblige mil) , HiJOa.in. Local passenger tr.dns G an J 0 mu ue- twoen St. Louis and Kansas City. K. has through ileeior tu J.iliu, Mo. tUHtassot Hill route. Jrr rtctlnlus ch...

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 March 1896

'wrw " " State Republican. JEFFEIISON CITY, MISSOURI. TUB TRUE WIFE, nv j o. wiiiTTinn. Flowers fining to blossom where kIio walks Tlio Citrefnl ways of duty j Our liiir.l, Miff Hues of llfu with her Arc (lowing "curves of beauty. Our homes are cheerier for her rake, Our iloor-ynrtfo brighter blooming, Alul about tho KH'Inl air Is sweeter for her coining. Uli' IKiken hoinlllei of pe-iro Her dally life is prtsiehlmsi The still refreshment of the dew Is her unronoIuu" te.iehlng. And never tenderer hand than hers Viiktiiti tlie brow of ailing; Her garments to the sick m m' ear llavo iuuie 111 their trailing. Her pre-eiiru lends its warmth and health To all who come befure it. If winan lot us Eden, fueli A the alone restore it. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL incro passive, watch fatness of sentinels on post duty, but that of soldiers In tho light Tho exhortation Is to watch and pray and work. "What tho Mus ter especially desires Is useful work. " A DIVIDED HOUSE rrcpviMl lis II. K. Hindi'. A. II. . ...

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 March 1896

H STATE I REPUBLICAN. v6lume xxv. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE OO.UjjjY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 189G. NUMBER 10. THE, NATIONAL CAPITAL Nineteen New Naval Vessels. Tho naval appropriation bill for the next fiscal year will contain tho most liberal allowanco for tho increase of tho navy carried by any bill slnco tho war., Four battleships and fifteen torpedo boats was tho decisional the committee on the question of now ves sels, which had been tho principal point of dlscnSBion in many meetings. The democrats fonght hard to secure six battle-ships, but tho republicans stood well together and Carried their point Tho motion for six battleships was mado by Mr. Cmnmtngs, of Now York, and was lost by a vote of 6 to 7, bat one republican voting for it The vote was : Ycas- Democrats Messrs. Cum- .-'W;fffi.annMta Mr. i" read from Georgia;. Hart of Pennsylvania. Re publican Hanley, of Indiana. Nays Republicans Messrs. Bou telle, of Maine j Hnllck. of Ohio; Hll born, of California; Bull, of Rhode...

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. — 26 March 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Misrepresentations. AVo hau in our vtKlon an on ilolit ojn'rosM-i) peoplo of Sodniih; but she will aiiso in her iniiiht nnd nbscriiptlun Price, t-fl.00 l'cr Year. Thiusdny, Mitreh 2tS, 18H0. J. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING KATES. m liicli, 1 momti ul i"' ne-uiiiiiter column, 1 moiill .1 ' Jnc-liall column, 1 nwintli til Jne column, 1 muiitl ' Jnc-iiiiiiiler puge, iiiuiilli 17 00 jne-hnii iuki 1 mourn biv Jlscoimts 4in j curly coiitiuets. Localv, & cents Hue each insertion. Bismol ck was born on April 1, which shows how ridiculous it is to cull it " All Fools Day." 0.U4) OI IOIU II OllU 1 lllll; to put u hoodoo tin Gov. MeKinlcj by predicting his nomination, 4ioi4, on tueiett hainl npper oam r i clory, unloosen her prime strlugs of whii'h i n out of a hniWiiiK n p-jiuul intend of huildltijr n Bhnnty re-onting n ilcm oupitol. Ho-lolling StW.ooo mio will erect i ncath thi rnt as incrilv-1 lhi ' tnte i-apilol exceeding if. bentttj word. ...

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 March 1896

S' 1 1 - . ?..l . 1 ! .r-t JUpxsfclttn inwFEnsoH city, itissouiu. rxmtirniD ktt m Thursday etxninq. SUBSCRiraON, $1, A YEAR, -1N- ff Amnar.-Wl OOPIBS iraiflTfl. nlred"o fottoIw ai Jtttrton City Mo., at itcowl o!i matter. Tf Bsrl.s, Jun. 7,18U0.) a. m ft? MltiouRi rACirio n. n. timk table. C1UHUE Of TIllK. WESTWAltD. Me l.Day Express.. Arrives 12:53 p.m. Loavoa 1 :1B p.ru. No. J, Night Kxtirew Arrives 12:30 a. m ' Leaves 12 :aOn. hi. Ko. I, Local L'assencer. Arrives 12:15 ,. l.cMivcs 12:40 li. ui. Freight, carries passeugers, Leave 10;30 Xo. 3, Pay Express Ko. , Arrives 2:35 p.ui Leaves 2 :6U p.m. i. Klulit Express. Arrives 2il3 Kn. .Local PaBseuRer. Arrives 12U0 p m. Leaves 1:55 p. m. Me'. 8. K. C.Express Arrives 3.00 a. in. " ' Leave. 3:00 a. m. Freight, carrlss passengers. Leavos3'65 He'. 12. Height, carries pass enters to 0K only, B.oua. n. Ltoal passonger trains 6ii1 0 run oe- twstn Bt. Louis aud Kansas uuy. X. I hu through l.p.r. Jtllu. 4 tlaanl lllll fOlllt. UTisS ttollolns ch...

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. — 26 March 1896

WW I State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI OVER THE TUBS, IIV FtOIlKRT C. TONQURt Up from tho laniiilry nil l.iy long, Comes tlio croon of a llttlo song ; Low and plntntlvo its measures seem To rlso and melt with tlio wreaths of steam. Mrs. McOlll In tlio mist below, Heaping tlio linen, enow on snow, Sings at her task ns the moments fly ; Still as tlio busy hours go by, Mrs. McOlll, over tho tuba, Scrubs niul washes, washes and scrubs. Bnro nro tho strong arms, rough and red Her hands, with striving for dally bread. Wlille sho works in tho steam and tho foam, Thoughts of tho"chllder." loft nt home, Como to cheer her, till, after all. The day seems short and tho washing small ; For mother lovo with tender spell, Is working its ceaseless miracle ; While Mrs. McOlll, over tho tubs. Scrubs and washes, washes and scrubs. Down through the areaway thero floats The iry of the newsboy, strident notes Telling how on a field of famo A warrior won him a hero's nanio i The tailors clung to ...

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. — 2 April 1896

awiT ' v. v. fflf THE STATE VOLUME XXV. llEPlJBLICAN JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUNTJUSSOURI, THURSDAY, Al'KIL 2, 189G 3ii NUMBER 17. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. j4w Will Let the House Decide. Tho statehood till pi the admission of Arizona and Now Mexico will bo again pasBod npon by tho house com mltteo on territories at its meeting. Tho committee, decided without any formal voto to. tako .the bills up and Toto upon them a second time. The ,Now Mexico bill has been reported favorably to.tho senate, but the houso committee, by a very close voto, taken several weeks ago, decided not to re port them to tho houso. It. is now Claimed by tho advocates of statehood that tho comlltcemoif who voted against reporting tho bills havo come to tho opinion that tho best plan will bo to lay them bofore tho Iioubo and let tho whole house tako ttie responsibility of uas 'been advocated" by sotm party leaders in tho housa In tho senate, Mr; Wliito prosonted the report of tho committoo on terri tories, for tho ad...

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 April 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. JTCFFEHSON OITT, MISSOURI. Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday, April 2, 189C. W J. G. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. n Inch, 1 month ul W ee-quartor milium, 1 mouth. IM ne-hall column, 1 month U 00 an ooliinui, I nuintli 2 ne.quartcr page, 1 month 17 00 ns-lmlt pane, 1 mouth 32 00 Ilti'minta on earlr otilltl act . Locslf, I cents per lluo eaeh insortloi.. Tho linster bonnet litis thu call non; tlio bill collector will cull later on. Closing mills furnish tho strongest argument as to tlio Results of Dem ocratic tuutl logMntion. The City Republican Ticket. Tho Republican nominees for cotinciliunn for tho various wnrda and for tlio board of education will bo voted for before our next Issue. In regard to tho character of the men who lmvo boon named by the Republicans as their candidates, it is hardly necessary to speak, its they nro all well known in this com- mttnitv. Tho candidato for councilman in tho Fomth ward, Dr. Josonli P. Poith, has been ono of 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. — 2 April 1896

MOMWitSiHW) lansaKwri - -. IWO KTTB1 inOngDAT ETENINO. BSff V K - - : , MVH. filtered aitht PoiWfflc at Jej'tnon OUg Ho,, ai tccowl clan matter. fNr Berlci, Jo.V,180o. ' !CfC'"'lFZi'!'','fdJ: BlMOBltl rAClFIO K. It. TIME TABLE ' C11ANUF. OK TIJIK. WESTWAIID. Mo l,DaT Express Arrives 12:55 p.m. Leaven 1:15 p in . Ho. 3, Might Express Arrives 12;3u n. m Leat8 l'itfu a.m. No. I( Local 1'nbteuKU'. Atilvt 1'iMB p. nr. Leaes 12;4U p.m. - freight, carries paseuneii!,Leav lU.-tlO v' BASTWAIID. ' . Ho. 3 , Pay Express .... Arrives 2:35 p.iii Leaves 2:M) p.m. Xo. 4, if Ight Express. Arrives 2:13 a. m. Leaves 2:13 a. ui. Ma. , Local Passenger. Ai lives 12.4U p m. Leaves 1 :55 p. in. Mo , K. O.Express Aulves 3.00 a.m. Leaves 3:UU u. ui. Freight, carries passcugurs. Xeaves 3 '65 D. IU. Ho. 121, lrelgbt, carries pass ogtrs to Osag only, 8:30 a. in. Lol passenger trains 5 and U ruu uo- hretn St. Louli ami Kansas Clt'. I ku through Blpri l Jtpnu, . . TU HMiot Hill rvutf. 1 'lrr nollulDg clmir can o...

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 April 1896

v., State Republican. JEFFEHSON CITY, MISSOURI. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Preparedly H. K. lllmlo. A. M., M. D. WARNINO AGAINST SIN. April 0. Luke 13i221!0. Golden (ot : Strive to enter In nt the strait (rate. Luku 13 ;3I. It Is tho latter part of the (hint year of His ministry, pome three mmitln before tho end, and tomewliere lit I'erea, "Ills faeo is steadfastly pet towards Jerusalem, " and thnu);li fully ron'cioiiH of what awaits Ilim there, Ho does not cease to work and tcaelt. "I have a haidlsm to ho baptized with i and how am I straitened till It hp accomplished !" This shows tho Kplrit with which Ho inarched towards Jlls doom. It was nbiif,' the course of this journey that pome of Ills mo-t Interesting and in-tructlve discourses wero dclheml. Iinmedlatcly prcml Jus tho tct of our les'-on. Ho had Fpolten the parable of tho "mu'lard need,"' and "Iho loau'ii which the woman had hid in three measures of meal, " A Question. It was in connection with those parables of the mutard heed and t...

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 April 1896

I pin tVlfete WOLUMEXXV. ' ,fe ; .- I& . THE NATIONAL CAPITAL state! & ibovo 1 a REPUBLICAN. V JEFFERSON CITY, COL: NTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1890. NUMBER 18. 4 -IPS' .1 8!' Franklin Succeed! Hughes. Three years of incessant war on Gov. Hughes, o( Arizona, came to an end in 'tho appointment of Ex-Congress-man .Benjamin J, Franklin ns his suc cessor. Mr. Franklin was in congress 'from tho Kansas City district .fifteen years ago. -Ho was consul to a Chinese port during the first Cleveland admin istration, Ho took up his residence in Arizona several years ago. Hughes was appointed governor of Arizona a few weeks after President Cleveland's inauguration in 1803. Be fore a month had passed a hundlo of charges was filed with Secretary Boko Smith. Charges hare been coming in ever since, and delegation after delega tion of democrats lias visited Washing ton to Urge the removal of Gov. Hughes. The latter has come to Wash- , ingtonjeevcral mm :and, hjamytd, tteaccrairtioniFor'...

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 April 1896

8 1 STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Trice; $1.00 Per Tear. Thursday, April 9, MM. J. G. FISHER, Edittr. ADVERTISING RATES. Oil Inch, 1 month Vl W Quo-quarter column, 1 mouth 3 60 One-hull column, 1 month 6 00 Que column, 1 month 9 80 One-quarter page, 1 month 17 00 Oca-halt page, 1 month '.12 00 tHicounU on yearly oontraoti. Locals, t cent! pur line eaeh InsertloL. Don Dickinson will iind chasing rum mora expensive and dangerous than chnsiDg rainbows. Harrity thinks ex-Gor, Tnttisou wight bo made to ticcept that Dem ocrutic Presidential nomination. CougreBa can now say to Mr, Clovelnnd concerning the Cuban question:" It's up to you, Ororer." Reciprocity va a suocess until repealed by the Democratic Congress. It will bo a pnrt of the polioy of the next Republican administration. Our literary standard may not bo nny higher than it we., but the dia lect writer :'s no longer a genernl favorite. " Now I sing," I bear the hens cackle, llrinj; forth my fUbiug tackl...

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 April 1896

TO1,1 . l"" ""I 1 : K'A- ' 'i; iiA - niBFicnnufl urn, Misauuiu, mmask. LA WBD ITCltt TntMDiT EYIHIHO. 1M- .-vSUBSCRIPTiON, $1. A YEAR, .MMFIJD 0011323 TOKIII. , . . ft N , Kntcrtd at t$ Poifojrtce at JtJJtrton City fUa., at Meund Ii matter. JXtwSarlaa, Ju. 7, 1890.1 MUieuHi ricmc r. n. timk table. ClUrWE OV TIMK. - WMTWAUD. "K 1,Dt Express.. Arrives 13:55 p.m. Leave 1:15 p.m. Re. 3. NljjUt Exure Arrives 12.-3U n. m Leaves 12 :30 a. lit. Ho. I. Local rssieuftei. Antvim li:aO j. A. Leaves 12;4U p.m. Frelrht, carries pMSengers.Loavit 1U:30 a.m. Republican Victory ! Four Out of Five Aldermen He-publican, EAITW All!)., ; 1BK.''i .'n'ay"Exp're"ssT. !.f Arrives 3i35 p.m X.. , XlgtatExpress. Arrives 2:13 a.m. Leaves 2:13 a. in. Ko. 4, Local raetenjier. Anlvcs 11H40 p m. Leaves 1 :D5 p. m. Mel I, JC. C.Express Arrives 3.00 a.m. Leaves 3:00 a. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3-55 p. m. N. 124, freight,. oarrles pass engers to Osage only, 8:30a.m. Leeal passenger tralus i and 6 run Be t...

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 April 1896

:J State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUBL SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. Its Farms and Fields Its Untold and Unrivaled 'Resources; an Em pire in Itself. Written (orthti paper by Hon. 11. D. C.ilioon, of Frcderlcktown. Ilenjamln Hemoo Cahoon was born at Smy r na, Kent county, Delaware, July, 7, 1810, of Scotch-Irish ancestry. Ill father wa ft local Methoillst preacher, a farmer, carrlapolmlM er and ft poor roan. Hensoti Cahuon's lifo. tip to lit twelfth year, va spent at work on the farm, attcmllng country publlo schools In the, winter At twoho, ho boeanuui printer's apprentice In tho ofllco of tho 8m j rnii, Dela wares Timta whero ho worked until ho wan fifteen, when in July, lWd. ho entered tlio Union orjuy os a private nml a- meh fuitght many battle', with tho Army of tho rotoraao. and became f by bit, clear them anil tho sun pono tratos whero thodenso forests oi timber stood thoswninp-lauds fairly drain themselves, and nt once becomo healthy. Toll sumfnits llft-thelr heads from tho mids...

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 April 1896

'WfV iy.H-.Vi "MV EBP Wat" iW-it' - VOLUME XXV. THE STATE f REPUBLICAN. Bgalnsl,werftj,Kno3c;,,Tilt,, Lowe THE NATIQNAL CAPITAL Against the Veto Power. BenatorBntlor, of North Carolina, a populist Introduced a joint resolution proposing an amendment to tho con stitutlon of the United States. The Butter, amendment alms to destroy tho veto power of tho presi dent Tho senator's idea is that a majority of both houses of congress can pass a bill' over the president's veto instead of two-thirds as now required by tho organic" law. Mew Mexico Statehood, The House committee on territories has voted in favor of reporting tho bill for the admission of New Mexico as a state. Tho voto stood 0 for and 4 against. Those in favor of tho bill were Seranton, Perkins, Lo Fevre, Avery, Hadley and Cooper. Thoso and, va'i paired with Mr. Harrison, of Ala bama, and Turner, of Virginia, was tot presont Cuban Insurgents Recognized. The Cuban resolutions were agreed upon by the IIouso, 244. to 27, having alr...

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 April 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Trlcej $1.00 TeriTear. Thursday, April 16, 18'JC. J. C. FISHER, Editer. ADVERTISING KATPIS.. On Inch, 1 month M WJ nnr.riimitpr iMil imi n. 1 mouth 3 oil One-halt coluinu, 1 mouth 0 00 One column, 1 month "0 gne-uusrter page, 1 mouth 17 00 ODt-ball PR6, 1 mouth 32 00 yiscounu on jenny contract. Locl, cents per lln eaeh Insertion If Congress docs nothing more Spain will be justllled In thinking its bark worse than Us bile. The reception of Secretary Car lisle's letter has not moved Mr. Clevc land to write one. And now a Washington man wants to have Tm l'aine's statue set up in Statuaiy Hill. The suporters of the Republican candidates are talking about l'JOO, which docs not indicato confidents In their success this year. Senator Tillman's Presidential aspirations arc properly classed a9 campaign humor, although lie takes thuin very seriously. Markets Not Yet Captured. Farmers who And that the luipor- tatlons of their products ha...

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