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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 16 April 1896

J .-'VMS' asm- : f . ranhrransoir city, Missouri. mma-.v-.-te.., , t , t, ,.t. StTOtlfWD tmi TCTBRSDAT EVMIHO. fewm-i'''' . 1 ' MIUOURt rACIFlO B. 11. TIME TABLE. CI1ANQK OK TIMK. WESTWAKD. K IsDst Exyreis.. Arrive 12:45 p.m. Leaven 1:05 p. in, ' Ko. Si Nlklit Express Arrives 13:45 a. ui ' Leaves 12:45 n.m. X. It Local r8cii(!cr. Arrive" 1?:2S , ,p.n. Leaves 12:40 p.m. Freight, carries passengers, Leave 10;00 a. in KiaTWAHU. ' N. J'.lHrBxpreM.... Arnycs2.-a5p.ru Leaves 2:M) p. in. '.." .). ,ly Expresii Arrives 0!15. ,"' n. in. ' Leaven 0:30 D. ill. AO. I, A.. U.J(.I.r6SIArrive j.oi u.ui. " Leaved 2:31 u.'m. Freight, carries passengers. Loaves 3 -45 p. ru. , N.- 124, lrslgut, carries pass- rjgm.lo Osage only, 8:15a.m. Leeal passenger tralus 5 aud 0 run be Iween 8t. Louis and Kansas City. Xa. I ksa Ihraujh tliapari t Jtpllu, Mo. via riaaiaat Rill rout. Frit noliulng chair cars all through tralait ' LEBANON DtlANCII. Ko. 1J laarea Jslterion City t 8. SO a. in, Arrival at liagnell at 11...

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 April 1896

State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. ALMOST FORGOTTEN CHAPTERS In the Commercial and Fi nancial History of the State of Missouri. Written fur This Paper by Stato Tro.i'tiriT Ijin V. Htenhcns, Tho next nrtlcle In this cries nllltw 1y llnn. .T. ilmlt, Kirk, sulci Superintendent ot Public School. Lnn V. Htepheni, Mutt- Tro.liurcr, nn bnru In llonm lllo, Cooper county, -Missouri, Dvi'i'inlirr 21, lWi lu.urliil ikiobcr S, lsso, MIm Macule Velson, 'of lluimtlllcl hm oc tupletl nt inrlous times thu position of llnaiirlnl iiRent of Cooper nnd Morgan eountles Inn cmed ns telegraph oper ntor, printer nnd cdltori nNo lm peniier, liook-keeper, cnhler nnil direc tor of tho Central National Hatikof lioouWllc. lie wn npiiolnteil state tr,aurer Mnreh 12, lsw, by (low I), K.- Tranel". wn nominated to that oilUe by the ilemoernn In 1HW mid eleftitt. liuiermof ollieeMlIl expire nest January. He Is prominently fpoken of In comieitlon utth the deinoeratlu umnln ttl.m for governor Owi- om hundred ...

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 April 1896

mi mm mm-' mm it VOLUME XXV. THE STATE! REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE 'COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL '23, 189G. NUMBER 20. MISSOURI DEMOCRATS. The democratic state convention In Scdalla was practically unanimous for froo silver 10 to 1. Ex-Congrcssinnn VV. II. Hatch, of Hannibal, was chair man and M. E. Benton pormaneut chairman. A resolution Instructing (or Bland for president was presented by Gover nor Stone and unanimously adopted. 1 The resolution Is ns follows: Whereas, The rr-storallori of free bimetallic colnago as It existed In the united states prior to tne so-caned ststently and persistently urged that the grievous wrong bo righted. Tho demonetization of silver resulted In the steady appreciation of gold and n cor responding fall In the price, of com modities produced by tho people! a heavy increase In tho burden of all debts, public and prlvnto: the enrich ment "of tho money-lending class; paralysis of indnstry and Impoverish ment of tho people and unexampled distr...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 23 April 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription l'ricv. jl.et) Vtt Year. Thmsday, April 2.1. lsultf. J. C. riSHKK, Editor. T. Cv 'Us " AnVKHTlSlNU-HA!!! Oo Inch, 1 month ' i One-quarter loluwi, 1 nu-nili. ..... ; One-had i-lmmt. ! lmmih ..... . ., w One column. 1 montl 8ne.qu.itU r iniro. 1 nu t :ti. 17 w ne-halt iiic."l um'uui :U ow Dlcmil on jisrh ";a,-u. Locali, I 1 1 jr Ili.c voli iiou. lnnd of iu American Surety :iv t.f :rw York, Hint It given i'l thi t'fii.iiil r.-uiA.oP t ii auain li-fro the gov ernor ii; Monday, and was approved. I'M t oniony is a foreign corpora iiou tv iihiiit) a lullnr of nets In .MiuonH. Srdalia was rennent.-.l it imial large delation, headed j-- 'V.iwH and V .t r. The others . .. ..T-erv I'. TS. ;ration. John ' "' t'CO. L!gan, J. li. tjuijr. :..i four or live other. Jef (! .i C'.. w rrpxcst-nti .1 by Hon. t.U... .ui .ml J . C. 1-Viier. A. i.u;e run ,r .i.u ! t Setnil r h loo o..l a the iu'.i.i:i! lii!.o jjame caught .!. iioti.in it ion tin's Th...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 23 April 1896

me.... ,,1v REPUBLICAN. rarrEnsow city, Missouri. FUBLT9BID KTf.RI TDDItSDAT KTKMNQt iSUBSCRlWION, $1. A YEAR, -IN- HDVMNOB Jfntered at M Pottojflct at Jejcrion City Mo., at second elan matter, JNw Serial, Jn.7,lB80. ft? MllSOURl rACIFId R. n. TIME table CIIANOK Of TIME. WKSTWAUD. No l,Dy Express.. Arrives 12:45 p.m. ' . Leaves 1 -.1)5 p.m. Mo. 3, Night Express Arrives 12;45 a.m Leacs 12:45 a.m. No. , Local raseenirer. Arrive 12:25 p.m. "Leaves 12:4U p.m. Freight, carries passengers, Loavo lO.'OO CASTWAUU. No.l,Iay Express.. No. 4, Day 5: . Arrives 2.-35 p. in Leaves 2!50 p.m. 4, Day Express. Arrives u:to. oi i.eavea o;ou ij. m. , Local Passenger. Anlvcs 12:40 p ui, jieaves i :iu p. iuv No! S, K. C.ExpresslArrlves 2.J11 a.m. Leaves 2:31 a.'iu. Freight, carries passeugurs. Leaves 3-45 p.m. No. 124, Height, carries pass angers to Osaga ouly, 8:15a.m. Local passonger tralus 5 and 0 run oo- twaan St. Louis and Kausas Oily. K. I hit through ilttptri to Jopllu, Ms. via rlniDt mil route. s...

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 April 1896

ITS State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. THE SCHOOLS OF MISSOURI. District Schools, Colleges, High Schools, University, the Pride of Our People. Written forThl rnior by John It. Kirk, Stale ftupvrlntvnilpiitiif I'tilitlo Schools. Tho nett article In thil Scries nllllio tiy lion, Wllllnm J. Btno, ilovornur of MN amirl, end will have for lit aulijvct. "Tlio 1 Mil Ion of ix (lovcrnor . " John It Kirk, Ktntu Hupcrlnlcnclcnt nf rnlilk' Behoof, w.i-. horn ,T.iiiunr.v 2.1, tU, In Iliircau county, Illinois came with 111 par cnUtnMIKourl In liOnt ai ro.irc-il nnu farm and attended tho country cliooli, and be canin a teacher! Krailuateil ut the Klrkivllle Mate Normals after nrd took private cmino nntlernpedalNti In l.alln.Hrcek. -cleiu-e an, I mathematics: was county commissioner of nelioolsof Harrison eounty; was principal of public 5i hnolrt at Moullon, Inu.l, four.-enr-l was fupcrlnlchilcnt tf schools at llrtlinii.v, Missouri, for elRht ,cars: was piimlpal of ward , hool, ami taught...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 30 April 1896

'WW"' ' Stiff - THE STATE REPUBLICAN. TOLUME XXV. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUljjrY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1890. NUMBER 21. It! Mi things Political - V ' Si " Alabama Democrats. The demoorntlo Btato convention of Alabama adopted a platform for tho frco coinage of silver at 10 to 1, and instructed tho delegates to ' Chicago to" Vote as n unit on that and all other questions. President Cleveland was Indorsed on everything except finance,, and tho administration of Gov. Oatcs was also Indorsed. The convention then nominated Joseph F. Johnston for governor. Hubbard Re-Nominated. The republicans pf the Eighth con groksional district re-nominated Hon. Joel D. Hubbard for congress. Frank Lander, of Cnllfornia,Monltcnu county, and A. B. Jackson, of Camden county, wore olected delegates to tho national republican convention at St Louis. They were instructed to vote first, last and-allthotiinofor McKinlcy. J. T. Moore, of Laclede, was indorsed for dclegato-at-largo to St Louis. 0. C. Hell...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 30 April 1896

8$ a .V ' STATE' REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year. Thursday, April 30, !$!. J. 0. FISHEli, Editor. ADVERTISING HATKS.J One Inch i 1 uiiintt Vl 5 Qne-qimrtur column, 1 nioiilli 3 jy One-hall eohiinii, 1 month........ ts mi One I'uliiinii, 1 month s ,vi Qne-riuarler pnpc, 1 inoiith...... .17 po Onf-hulf page, 1 iiionlh ;i2oo Discount on yearly contracts. Local, t cents per lint each lusertleu. If there nii Napoleons of every, thing Mr. Clovelund is certain! the Napoleon of otatiiiucy. Spain's willingness to yraut Cuba homo rulo is so dilatory that it will probably count for nothing: with the Cuban, who loliou they jco abso Into independence. Lon V, Stephens. -State Treasurer Lon V. Stephens Is now regarded as almost certain to receive the Democratic nomination for governor of this state. The op position to him concede one thing that is very much to his credit they admit that ho Is never found on both sides of public questions. That is an Importa...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 30 April 1896

u 01Ali AEirUDWWiiU. rosuraiD xmi thdrsdat xtinino. J. t !7 Y iiiiiiii'Eiiiii SUBSCRIFi'iON, $l.AYEAR,c- tULiucgxja ooKCBd tomb. XttnA at thi roitofim at Jtlaton City ifo o ikcotkJ eloit matter. Kw BtrKi.J.n. 7,1890.1 4 .... . HUStURI PACiriO B. B T1SIB TABLE. CHANGE OV TIHK. WBSTWA1ID. K 1 DT Express ..Arrives 1 2 : p.m . ' Leaves 1:05 p.m. K. 3, Night Express Arrives 12:4ft n. ui ' leaves 12:45 a.m. N , Local P.yengcr. Anta M p. ui. Leaves 12:40p.m. - frelgUt,crrles pasienKcre,Leave 10.-0U a, in. - ' JCASTWAUD. M. J.Pay Kinross.... Arrives 2:35 p.ru Leaves 2:60 p. ui. Mt. 4, Day Express. Arrives 0:15. p.m. Leaves 0:30 p. m. Ma. , Local rasseneer. Anlves 12:40 n m. Leaves 1:10 p. iu. He. t, K. O. Express. Arrives 2.31 a.m. Leaves 2:31 a. at. rrtlght, carries passengers. Leaves 3:46 No'. W4, freight, carries pass- nrari ta Oaiir only. BUS a.m. JUsal passenger trains 6 and 6 run oo twaen St. Louis aud Kansas City. K. S MM through eleeperi U J.plln, Mo. - Tls rltuut Hill rtut. - Tret ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 30 April 1896

ifffliWW, State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. A BONO TOE THE GIRL I LOVE. BY FBBDBB1CK M-CGBRItmB. A song for tbe girl I love Goil lovo licr I A song for tlio eyes that tender shitio, And tho fragrant mouth tlmt melts on mine, Tho shimmering trosips uncontrolled That c1ap her uecls with tendrils of gold ; And tho blossom month and tho dainty chin, Aand tho llltlo dimples out and in God lovo her I A song for tho girl I 1ocl God loed her I A King for the eyes of faded light, Aand tho cheek whine roso led waned too white, And tlio quiet brow, with its shadow and gleam, And tho dark lashes drooping in a long, long dream, And the small hands eroded for tho churchyard rest, And tho lilies deul on her sweet dead hreat, The girl I loved (t'od loved her! DUTIES OF A GOVERtNOR. peace i and ho may In many Instances, where tho public right la concerned, direct tho lical official In tho dis charge of thulr duty. A governor. In my opinion, should ho slow to inter fcro In local affairs. Th...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 7 May 1896

US; MS THE STATE (6 VOLUME XXV. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE CO .THE POLITICAL POT. Mckinley Wins in Illinois. McKinley captured the Illinois re publican convention, and his Hentcn ants, who have managed the fight, say that this is equivalent to a nomination at St. Loots. The fight was won mora easily than tho McKinley managers had anticipa ted. Nebraska Democrats. Nebraska sound money"democrnts hold a short, harmonlons state conven tion, electing four delegates at large and twelve district delegates to tho na tional convention ; adopted a platform which with almost bitter emphasis de Clares against tho policy which wonld commit tho party to the fallacious doc-' trine of free silver; denounces that "faction of tho party in the state with one foot already in tho populist camp" and paved tho.'Way for what was" de clared with confidence- wonld prove a winning contost forscats in tho Chi cago convontioa Vermont (or McKinley. The Vermont republican stato con vention adopted the following as sup ...

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. — 7 May 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Ter. Thursday, May 7, 1896. J. C. FISIIER, EdiUr. ADVERTISING KATES.; Oos Inch, 1 month 1 g One-quarter column, 1 mouth Jlo VDe-hnll coiuinu, i hiuumi uu no column, l monin so ua.miArter naee. 1 month. ...... 1700 na.half naee. 1 month 32 00 Dif counts on yearly contract. Locals, i centi per lint each Imartlou. Mr. Cleveland has done more for Spain than any of the generals she has sent to Cuba. Would Adlnl Stevenson take the second place on the Cleveland third term ticket? Mr. Cleveland has done one thing for which history should aire him full eredlUJJe tilled the Democ Jft The Democrats are not even cer tain of carrying Texas this year, as tbe pops, appear to have more than a fighting chance to win In that state. A fine line was drawn when a body Of preachers decided that there was no harm in riding a bicycle on Sun day If scorching was avoided. It begins lo look like Senator Gorman would be found helping Mr,...

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. — 7 May 1896

REPUBLICAN. EMOtr nrmr. xrraarmnr Mft.", 5 D T1 tbothday kyxswoy AT jTterd al(k PofloJlM at JtJJtnon City Jfo., at tMond .but matter. 'XrSerlti, Ju.7,l90.) is MIMiOSI t.V rAClflO K. H. TIMS TABLE C1IAKOE OV TIME. STK5TWABD. lT 1,Dt Express.. Arrives J2sM p.m. Leaves 1:03 p.m. Ho. 8, Night Express Arrives MMS . m LoavesW.45tt.nl. M.. t. Lecl PssseuKer. Arrlve:25 &L.tni Leaves 13:4Up.m. 1 "'V Bvll.i ..rrlp nuienfftjrs.Leave 10:00 . Ul. BASTWAJUJ. ST. l,Py Express.... Arrives 2.35 p.m Loaves 2:50 p.m. Xo. 4, Day Express. Arrives 0:15. p. m. Leaves C:30 p. m. , Ho. , Local rassenfter, Ariives 13140 p.m. Leaves 1:10 p. m. He. I, K. O.Express!Arrlves 2.31 a.m. ' ' Loaves 2:31 a. m. . Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 :45 p.m. A Wo; 134, freight, carries pass vXt Mrs to 0g only, 8:15 a. m. fUMCical passenger trains 5 and 8 run De- twMs' It. Louts and Kansas City. K, l.tsi throojh slt.p.rs to Jeplln, Mo. Via ritusnl illll roDtt. . irrit rtollolni cbtlr cms on all tliroajh iranu. LEB...

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. — 7 May 1896

State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. OEITIOISM. BT C. C Z1KOLBR. Though clouds obscuro tho sun to mc, I boo his light, I know ho shines ; Bo In tho Book Coil's truth I too Though erring mortals wrote tho lines. Unwise tho drinker who disdains And flouts tho wluo-flask's crude do sign And so condemns whnt It contains Ere having tasted o tho wine. Foolish tho critic who persists In seeking faults to virtues blind Ho sees not, lost In verbal mlts, Tho summits of tho Author's luind, Disperse, 0 Lord, tho clouds that lower, And may our inner eye bo set Upon tho Slual of Thy power, Upon Tliy lovu on Olivet. A THANEFtJIi SOUL, MY VRASK L. STANTOV. I take llfo jest as I fin 1 It. If it's hot I never mind it ; Hunt around for shady trees An jest whistle up n breeze t If It's snowln', why I go, Jest go n-skiimulu' 'crot the mow (Ever try how good it feels In a wagon off thu wheels 1) Spring or winter, summer, fall, I'm jest thankful fer 'em all I Folks say this world's full of strife 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. — 14 May 1896

THE STATE 1 REPUBLICAN Tr ...i.. ,. - ,. . VOLUME XXV. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL Ml si a: The House Wants t3 Quit. Tn the Houso Mr. Dlngloy, chairman o tho ways and means committor presented a resolution for tho final ad journment of congress on May 1& It was at onco adopted without division. Hawaiian Cable. Tho Senate committee on.forolgrrro lotions agreed to a copmromlso hill for n coblo to Hnwall and Japaa The hill authorizes tho postmaster ccneral to enter into contract on behalf of tho United States with any company which may lay tho cable to pay a subsidy not exceeding $100,000 per year. Tho bill had tho support of Senator Morgan and of all tho republican members of tho committee. Tho other dcmocrotio son mors, Messrs. Gray, Turplo, Daniel and Mills, opposed the lillL t ..J. T.. ft, f- t The Iloaso committee on pnblio inuas decided to report adversely Sena tor Cockroll'slilll'to obtain for Mis sourl tho balance of the lands dno to the ' stato under tho old University bchooi gra...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 May 1896

STATE REPUBLICAN, - w JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year. Thursday, May 14, 18'JC. J. C. FISHER, Edittr. ADVEUTISING KATES. Ono Inch, 1 month Vl 00 One-quarter column, 1 montli 360 One-half column, 1 montli One column, 1 month 9 GO 8ne.(iuartcr page, 1 month 17 00 ne-half page, 1 mouth 32 00 Discount ou yearly contracts. Local, 6 cents per line each Insertion. New York's electrical show 60 mc rcipects a bigger thing greater Nov York. U In than Don Dickinson ',vas evidently cool and sober when hc"flxed' that Mich igan Democratic convention. If It ij fair to judge from the lan guage he uses no should say that Senator Tillman wants to he the an archist candidate for president. The Cleveland forces are not scru pulotu us to the means they use to keep the silver Democrats from can trolling the Chicago convention. Democratic denunciation of Mc Kiltie) ism hns played an impoitant patt in placing Gov. McKinley in the hading position he occupies to-day If Senator Ti...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 May 1896

u I ESTATE REPUBLICAN. ncFFEnsoN, cm, anssotmi. "t-r .rasLtraxo xnrnt raonDT tkkino. .f,,- . " minonniwmmi o I vtJin in jffi(r(l at tA Poiiojncs at JeJ)er$on City Ma., at tieoni class matter. NswBsrles, Ju. 7,1800.) fcSP', Mitteum PACiria . n. Tfus tibli. QflArtGK Of T1HI. WKSTWAHD. No 1 ,DT Express . .Arrive 12 :4S p.m . leaves 1:05 p.m. Ho. 3, Night Express Arrives 12(45 a. ui Lsaves 12:45 a.m. No. 6, Local rsseuKcr. Arrives 12 :26 t! in. leaves 12:41) p.m. Freight, carries passengers,Leave WiOO a. ui. lASTWARD.. ... , No. J, Pay Express.... Arrives2.'35 p.m Leaves 2:60 p.m. No. 4,Uay Express. Arrlvoj 0:15. p.m. Leaves 6:80 p. in. 1W 6, Local rasseuger. Airlves 12:40 in. Leaves l:10 p.m. No! 8, K. C.Exprcss.Arrlves 2.J1 a.m. Leaves 2:31 a. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3:45 p.m. , Mo. 124, lrelght, carries pass- engers to Osage only, Bil5n.ro. Looal patsehger trains 6 and 0 ruu Be tween St. LouU and Kansas City. No. I his through alaaiiBr to Jopllu,.Uo. via riMUDt Hill ro...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 May 1896

State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI WERE I BUT HI9 OWN WIFE. DT WHY HOWNINO, Wero I but h!a own wife, to guard and to guide lilm, TiB llttlo o( sorrow should fall ou iny dear : I'd cliant my low lovo vcwes, stealing beside him, So faint nnd so tender his heart would but hear s I'd pull the wild blossoms from valley and highland ; And there nt lite feet I would lay them nil down i I'd t log him the souk of onr tioor stric ken iland, ill his heart was on firo with, love llko my own. c'fl a rose by his dwellingI'd tend tlio lono treauro, .at ho might havo flowers when the (milliner would come i '.lucre's a harp in his hull I would wake its sweet measure, For he must havo music to brighten his home, Wero I but his own wife, to guide and to guard lilm, 'Tis little of sorrow should fall on my dear ; For every kind glance my whole life would award him In sickuess I'd soothe and in sadness I'd cheer. My heart is a fount welling upward forever When I think of my Uuo love, by uiglit or...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 May 1896

BP- RMKV , IP " 'THE' STAfTB .I'REP' . . . ' , , . , ,, - f .i.rgfk,, ,, , , , ' ; rt : - ; ; ; v fIEc1 : 2 ' - - UBLICAN. .v.oiiUMB.xxv:. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COmTCY, MISSOURI,, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 189G. NUMHEH 2A. ALL KINDS OF NEWS: Wonders pi Science. To demonstrate tho promptness of modern tolegraphio eorvlco, a messago written by Dr. Depow and addressed to Mr, Edward D. Adams; president of tho Cataract General Electric Com puny, was transmitted , over the line and connections of tho Postal Tele graph Cablo Company from Now York, via Chicago, Los Angolos, Sa'i Fran cisco, Vancouver, Winnipeg ai d Can so, to London, and back, via Boston to Now York. Colonol Albort B. Chandler, presi dent and general' manager of tho Pos tal Telegraph Company) acted as tho sending operator In tho north balco ny! and started tho messago on Its long Journey nt 8 34 o! clock. Mr. Thomas A. Edison, who in his yonnger days was also a telegraph operator, received tbn, message ln.tha..B.outb balcony when It...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 May 1896

si Sffl REPUBLICAN, JB$?ERSON CITY, MISSOURI. -a "Sdcrlptlon Trice, $1.00 Per Tear, Thursday, May 21, 189C. J. C. FISHER, EiUUr. ADVERTISING RATES. Oo Inch, 1 month VI 00 One-quarter column, 1 month 3 50 One-halt column, 1 month BOO One column, 1 month .... S B0 One-quarter pago, 1 month 17 00 One-halt page, 1 month 32 00 Discounts on yearly contiacts. Locali , I cents per line eaeh Insertion. " v ,1 cjm4 POg fe w x. j; -Tiff' f vmmsms:.ui, - ; 3E -AjaJP7 m,u? lB" " itacn additional passenger.. . ,,, .cs 1, ' 'ri " ft. 11 ,tii ; ' v'' H l.sJV 4. IlT mMMoaid not fail. They wnVfo work, Homo ndrller....... 7.. :;;.15 ,. v''. f VVw'.'A AiSfiijk Chauncey I. Filley, Tbo distinquiBhod Republican who lends tbo Missouri delegation to tbo St. Louis convention Bhould led very proud, indeed, of tbo sig nal victory won by him at tbo St. Joseph convention. It was a just recognition of his masterly services, rocognized by every leading Repub lican, not only in this state, but thfcmcrlinut the nati...

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