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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 April 1892

The State Republican. volume XXI. JEFFERSON OITY.nSSOirKI, THURSDAY, APKIl14rl892V NUMBER 18. AN EA8TER EDITION. How Calvin Helped to Issuer It A Romano 5 of O. 2C Ranch. OU couH hardly blame the poor settler for cut ting the wires, ald one of party of men on horseback aft there came a lull In the conversa tion, a. A 1 T 1 1 tua eathi, -ana mia violets nettled anion a; -tho blue grftBS clnmpa. A jack rabbit that had been sitting lazily on its haunches, blinking at tlio noonday BUDi gave an alarmed start and,skurrled away at lightning pace at the approach of a company of wide-halted riders. Tho little hamlet was no luneta deserted that bo other living being saw them. "See, ther's th' place," pointed Cal Tin, rflotlonlug toward- tho- HeraU-u(-flee. "Now yon, Tom, hold th ponlea an' the rest of us '11 do th" business." The company halted and AOm gum- tne oasnet ot papers to tno post omce Calrln asked to see the tick editor. "lie's pretty bad," ho said. "I'll see that a doctor Is sent,"...

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. — 14 April 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- jeffersOn jfinr; liissomil. Subatrdptlon, $1.00 Po Yenty O, 8. Romihs, Business Manager. Thursday, April U, 1832. Fiukcis CtfcVEtAXB Is a mascolt lor Otovcr. Uauv McKee and Ruth Cleveland will be In It tills campaign. Tiie sockless Kansas statesman has declared for free trade. Cole county is entitled li"'jlx delegates to tbo state convention. Wk arc-In good sbopo for ihis campaign and ft good county can be elected. ticket The President lias rcurned to tbo White bouse'-from his Iiuntlniritrin 'f lie new council Istiould Ascertain what.a creek sewer would cost. Tbc people demand tbla Information. r. . l.r i. .1 ll,n Wk. still.fccj like "CSflbg' ft" torcti light procession In order to celebrate the school victory In becoming style. Imfokhatiox Is wanted -about the whereabouts of the Jioom Of the May and 'December Presidential aspirants In Illinois. - WHAT-ba-becouio-of- lb-rsllroad ordinance crantlns pari of Water street to the l'ociflc .rallr .railroad Jyr Tins ...

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 April 1892

4- -THE STATE-REPUBLICAN- TEFFERSON CITYr -MISSOURI rroLisBiD mit TnunsDir mniro. S. ItosmxB, Business Manager. G k- ' ......... SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, i&r. R AM V 1 .TTI COPTK8 gTH.'UlHU Gallcia ' Aus-nilliary J7 A number of women rf hnvo octloned the Emperor ' j'trla to lie permitted to enter service Mr. W. D. Clrider o Catroll Co., and Miss Elizabeth Vandenhrck wco marked last Saturday evdnlng at Mrs. Ewlngs, by Mr. Goodwin of the Christian church. They left on the' midnight train (for DcWltt their futuro home. Entered at th ToitoJUet at JrjjtTtun Cily, Hit,, an tnond clat$ natter, tStw Serle,,-Jaa. T, 1IM.1 Thursday, April U 1802. Newspaper Law. Sic. 2. If a person order's btf pspdr discontinued he must pay alt arreanHres, or the publishers may continue to aendlt until payment Ii made, and collect tti wliole amount, whether H Ii taken from the office or not. l'bere can be no legal dlacontlnu anee until the -na-rmant la made. fine. S. The courts hare decided that re fusing...

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 April 1892

Republican Township Mect - lngs. At a meeting of llio Republican County Central Committee, held ai the Monroo House, Saturday, April Otli, tUo following was adopted. Tlial township mass meetings bo held on Saturday, April IC, 1802,. at 2 o'clock p. m , for the, purposoXof selecting delegates to the County Convention to ineel at the Court house, at Jefferson City, Mo., on .Saturday, April 23K 1892, to select tlx (C) delegates to the State Con vention to meet at Jefferson City, Jlovon. April 27 and 28, 1802. Al so, to select delegates (o the Conven tion of the 8th Congressional district. Xownslilp meetings to bo held and cntillcdLto representation as follows, ' to .lire -Stale. jfimvcntTon; Jifersqn township, meets at vourt house, en titled to 18 delegates; Marlon town. ship meets at C'cntrctown, entitled to 4 delegates j Mortau township, meets at LohuiiiitXtkUtlcdio-O'. dele- Ilrazlto, entitled to -1 delegateSt 6sage township, meets at Ojaga XoitoUii.woeta..at.lL,. ckubctK. TwlMLWVri...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 April 1892

-., . , , The tate iReptjblican-v VOLUME XXL JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1892. NUMBERED. Tho News Condensed. Important Intelligence Frwn All Parti. ' MISSOURI STATEJ NEW8. KaniM t'ltr' 11 Elrplmnt 1 Thfl steamer City of Hanjfkok. frort Tlant Indian rnrt, reached Jantqy City, N. J., a few clay since, hating as an upper deck pawwnper probably the lament elephant ever Imported Into thja country. lie cams from lUneoon, and it i tnrann. CONGRESSIONAL. IN tho Mime on the 12th a bill i introAiiced ftutherlitiif tbe Chtcniro nttfo I hank toi' Ubllih a branch oa'lha world' flr ground. Tbe proposed cotuiUtutlooal koxendment to elect trn-tra bv ft illract vote of tha Monle wm dls- pMnedi ftlao tMblll ftulhoriiinn tt construe 41oftof a nllwftj biidfe cni th MUslwIppi rlTer fttMollaf, 111 On the 13th billJi were pa'snwl a the wnala to reorcanlta the artillery mnA InfaBtrt'ot the an ana taJtWT. wtg lu.emciency; Miwnan.Jl -j,- bo jtxrf, awl t.V;etocUiy, elerea feet and elerea and...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 April 1892

-THE STATE. REPUBLICAN- JKFFEKSON ITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Pep Ye or, O. S. ltoBBiNS, lJusinoss Manager. Thursday, April 21. 1832. Jefferson Citi expects to cily o( 10,000 before long. be a The Republican Stato Convention will be the largest held Ij many years. The -republicans will get three Congressmen out of tbe tlemocrat gerrymander. ' It Is esllmat'cif that 20,000 visl tota, ,trHl fttdibtKational Convcn-QaQjlmla'p6llj""- rVVllitiJiJtawUMrwillJftlhlijiVfaU leutw iapiritiditSliylit;i f irt'U'ila .ucisi'luita uc&rtcii oiii'iiaciicroiT' term Fiunccs Ci-evelsu Is the redeem-! . incr fcaluro Tibout Grovcr's candi dacy, fcuc deserves a second H-Orover-docs-noU- . licpubllciir-CoiKentton " tb&n any city InMbc L'nion. Tub county convention to elect six. delegates to the Stale and Congress sional Conventions meets on. Salur. day of this wsk. 1'AtiMKii 1)alt6ji has formed a part ncrsbip with St. Louis blimj tint will soon toll, him of the rural handle - to his namt ... C...

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. — 21 April 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN JEFFERSON CITY,. MISSOUltL rOBLUMD tYxnr TnunsDii ktesixo. O, 9. KonBisB, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, -IN-ADVArlca BAtTPT.TH OOHDEB jrxwnn. JCnlered al fk J'olnc n( Jeftrion Oil), ift.t at Mecoml dati matter, New BcrlesyJaa. 7, ISM.) Thursday, April 21, 1892. Newspaper Law. 8xc. 2. If a person oi'deri bit paper dl.roMfnued lie matt par l arrearagca, or the publishers may continue to lend It "3" u&ttl pajment Is made, and collecttlie nliole oTfi6tr1'ratTt cm be iiu leyal-HOTHiu-f- nee unlll tue payment is mauc. 8kg. 3. The courte bare decided tint te luiiofr to take a newspaper or periodical from the poatofflce. or removing and leaving tliem uncalled for Is prima facta evidence oi Intentional fraud. Tlio Unitcil Slate Circuit anil )U- WWW"??? nil! meet April 27 nml liS In Jeffer son City. - Mr. Will C. Thornton .of this city lias been allowed a 'patent on house letter tones., , . Jd ec 1 e . X 'I' in (iirrme tr I in niAitrnn iirmnni '.- 7v "....

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 April 1892

Tho Rlsscton Reservation In South Dakota was opened to liomoi sccKcrs last rriaay. M.n,.'. WINE OF CAHDUI (or ftmtl.illMlKS. The damago from tho Southern flood will bo over $2,1)00,000, bcsl dc tho great loss of life". Karly Risers, Early Risers, Karly Risers, tho fampus little pills for con stipation, sick headache, dyspepsia nndn crvousncss. A. UiumiENBEnaER. Tho Cheyenne and Arapahoe In dian reservations comprising -4 ,200, 000 acU'S In Oklahoma were, opcncil up to while settlement, Tiies-" day. Forwatches, clocks, Jew cly, silverware etc., go to ticorgo Torlh, the' leading Jewelry home In CcnlralillMourlr Low est prices, considering quality of goods, which are warrantcd-as rcprcicntcu". - Arlsto or any other cabinet sle, M per do.en at Wmau's photograph gal lery ' - -tV LAClt.DIUUQIIT'tfA'TOrftOmnJrallim. 3'OKnEt)imniLiaTioN( who committed murders. Wbltcfchapel Peerless for the Complexion. Koodoro, ninde from a secret French orrnnln, has keen til mm over ono him. - ilxfdcars: -'...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 April 1892

. . .. a The St ate 1 Repxjblicct. VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1802. REPUBLICANS in State Contention lIAJOn WILLIAM WARNER. DOMINATED TOR GOVER NOR 1)Y ACCLAMATION . W. H. Murphy of Pulaski County Nominated for Con cress WARNER, FILLEV, KERENS AND DAWES ELECTED DE LEO AT EH- AT LA RO K TO reaver wieemax omiixer C01!N1Y-ANICHAS. C.M!lL OF COOPER ELECTED DELEGATES FROM THIS DISTRICT TO MTU WA'PinVAr. of Callaway, and Judgo Isaac IIos klnson of Laclede, were elected alter nates br acclamation. Roth . the delegates tnaxlo abort speeches, in which cacn said t,uat uo wouia vote for the renomlnatlon of President Harrison. James A. Spurldck of Mor gan, and .Murphy "f PJkl wcro then put In nomination for Con gress, the vote liclng Jfurpky, 30 Spurloek, 18 1-2. Jrr. Murphy thanked tlio convention. Julius II. ConratU qf Coleurwasjclcclcd. a mttteo'weio In the parlors of tlio Monreo 1 louse 1 11 J lM) hall ot Itcpresentallicl ChauncV I. Filler call! tbo convention ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 April 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFEltSON TTY, HISSOtfRI. Subsevlptton, $1.00 Pop Yor, O. S. Uobbins, Bnsinf-ss Mnnagf-r.' Thursday, April 28, 1892, Tim U a llepuullcaiV city for week at loat. tbls Jas. G. Hlaise Is rctocmlicrcil in every endorsement of 1'rcsUtcnt Harrison, lr wo couM liavo held our election this week we. guarantee that tlie be rnocxats would not have" been, "in It." 1 1" -"Farmer" Haltonis half aa.bail. as Hie Democrats say he Is, we do not e'eo -bow any self respecting. Democrat can veto for him. He Is charged with ucloc as corrupt as the chief of the St. Louis boodlcrs and as hypocritical as tho chief of the 1'lia rlsccs. If true, and we have no donbt of it, he is a very bad man and should never bo allowed to warm the cushion on -the gubernatorial thalr. Tils ltepubllcan County Convcn. lion was largely attended. The .COUftlty,.. districts w'cro nearly al' . Tuc pccple. oUUls state will likely"; Litj. .,.li,.l,w.,v wl.ptlipr 1 n'CU. unrroi lue-'roosi grsuiying "Kepublicar...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 April 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUIII. rDELiauiD itibt Tifunsuir irijima. G. S. ltoBBins, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION. $1. A YEAR, -IN f ATurpT.Tn copies jTTrrm- Entertd at tH TottojUu at JfJSerion CUy, Mo,ta ivc4cl(ui matter, Nw Berl,-Jn.7, jmo.j Thuridayi April 28. 1892. Newspaper Law. SBC 5. it & person orden Lli paper dlirontlnuett be ttiust VT U fcrrorpe. or the publishers my coo tin u to encl It until pij-mentli midland collectthe tkole -amount whether It ti Uken from the office or not There rail be no legal dlaeontinu ance until the payment la made. Bko 3, The courtaJiave decided that rS luilnr to take newspaper or periodical from the poatofflce, or removing and leaYliir them iitKftUed for la prima facia evldcnccroi Intentional fraud. -The gua.baorn.-. . . Tho campaign' lias commenced. WW tslerdar trrere-TjrrTr- crmrentkriw rr-f 1: .J..- 1 M "IV 1" ' . " -At Fayette ilo four negroe were soiu on uio uiock lasi r nuay. April 27 was Genl., Grant's birth day and...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 April 1892

May day processions have- bccli forbidden In uermany, ThoTaris police threaten to strike on tlio eve of May ilay. t In Rome Italy, the banks and offi cial buildings are guarded by barri cades In fear of an Anarchist upris ing. M.tw.'.WiNEorcABPUt far r.trnU hummi. . There Is an effort being made to reduce postago to onq cent an ounce. llorrovrs'and Fox fought a ducl on the cost of llclglum, Sunday. No one hurt. i The Stale of -California lias haif three serious earth ijuako shocks tho pas,t-Treeki : For tt atebes .clocks , Jewcly, silverware etc. ro to George l'ortli, the leading jewelry houe lu Central Missouri. Low est prices, considering ijnivlUy of goodi, SlllelrJ5J!L2dI'!cl' " rcrreentwl.w, Arlsto or any otfiCR cabinet (Ke, W ''Ml "; ftL-j "a at W""'- photograph 'gal- In llcnvcr tiicre Is a free comagfi tlnb with a membership of 11,000. (bp BLACK-DRAUGHT In curt! Comtion. Tiffany the New York jeweller hnsd -The- Wo will havn a special s.ildurlng tho cntlro month of Hay and svll...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 May 1892

The St ate J Republican. i , . VOLUME XXL JEFFERSON" CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY MAY 5. 1892.. GNTUMT5ER 21. The News Condensed. ImporUnt fntetligtnce Frpm AN Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. tnthtcnat on lb Z6lh Messrs. Coke and Pftnlel ipoke In favor ol-tbfl trt eolnajre of bUvf r. The array appropriation bill wm tato-n p bat DOthinfT wu dona . In lh houm the diplomatic and cotuular appropriation Mil (II, MM.WS) waa df acuatrd. A conference oinmIt tet waa named on th amenrtrntntJ made by the afloat to the Chines iolnalon bill paased by the heuat. In tb Mnat th army approprtalton bill waa puafld on the C7th, In th houaenbllt waa reported approprtatinf tan,ooo for the erection of a monument to William Henry Harrison, th grandfather ot rrentdnt Ilarrison, at North Ilend. Q;r The .dlplomnt(o.an4,cttttular fftPTF prUUonblu w dUtniaaad. Tm time aa oeruDled Ih Hi aenate on .lb thlndiiouIntf ateafilitaan-WSnai-lJCb (ton of T. Jeffeffton Oboljflf e, pf Kusacbuactt; - aa mlnlsttr to France vra reoc-f ved...

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 May 1892

V -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JIFFEHSON ITT, MISSOtfM. Subscription, $1.00 Pap Veor, O. S. Hobbins, Business Manager." warm support given to the president in these stalos, because, If there, is, lie could nbt be elected. Spoakout, gentlemen, and let the country know what your objection to General Inn rhoh Is. Don't wait until be Is nom inated and then defeat him. Thursday, May 5, 1892. IIl'riuu for Wm. Waiineb, the next governor of Mlssourlv Stanu up for "Grand Missouri' and'"voteTfor Wm, Warner for gov. crnor. Senatou Inoalls announces that be wlll'not accept the' nomination for Uonf;ressmariat Large. The citizens of Kansas City tend. crcd ffii. Wak.seii, the next governor of Missouri, an ovation on his return to.lhat.)ty. The newspapers that are howling that Fillet is downed dun' I know the ;1 man. For Iwcnty-flvc years be ha been (ho ciinnlngcsUpoIitlclan In the republican party of this state and has always floated to the top, even after the roost vigorous buddings, The' man that anno...

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 May 1892

w. t i THE STATE REPUBLICAN- TEFFEHSQN CITY, JIISSOURL fCBUSHED I VERT TnUHSDAT IVINIKO. O. 8. Bobbiks, Baeinosa'Managor. fmnnnnirrmru! At 1 vnin IN auDiumriiun, i. a ltftn, dvkhc XnUrei at tht fo'tofflct' at Jiierttm Cit), mo,, as tewna cms mHr. NwSerll.-Jtn.7,ls).) Thursday, May 5, 1802. Newspaper Law. Sic. S. If a person, orders, hli piper dileontlmifd he mini pay all arrearages, or Ibe publlslisra msjr eontlnus to lend It -until pigment U nude, and collect the whole imAirat. wbMtliKr It Is taken from tlie office -or not. There ctn be no legsl dlscontlnu- iSFlC " The photograph car lias departed. lScllcr roada through llio country are (lemanded by'the-people. The young ladles ot tbq tlic city are talking or gtvjng a leap-year party, The Mar terra of the Colo county Ogtjfnn circuit . tMetMonuay, way ji,. &mj"tMm Ja reciyeiUao can .trout tat aupplying. tba-firovivnnienl works with meat. Capt. C. V. Tliomas bat tbe coo. tract for supplying tbe government mcnt works with green gr...

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 May 1892

GENERAL NOTES. Deeming Is sentenced to tic hanged. May day win observed cjulelly throughout Europe, ns n rule. J9"WINEOFCARDUI, lonlo or Viomn. Half a million people took part hi the parade on May day in London. For watches, clocks ,jcvcly, silverware etc., go to Georgo l'orth, the lending jewelry house In Central Missouri. Low est prices, considering quality of goods, which are warranted as represented. MtELflEE'8 WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Km m. There was a bomb explosion at Tours, France, on May day. The bomb thrower was badly injured. Ailsto or any other cabinet size, 5:1 per do.eu at AViuan's photograph gal lery. There was a heavy rainfall accom panied by wind in this city Monday night. Try BLACK-ORAUOHT lot (or Dfpiptl. F.arly Risers, Early Risers, Karly Risers, the famous little pills for con stipation, sick headache, dyspepsia andn ervousness. A. IJitANim.NnKiuimt. Lady school teachers are not al lowed to marry during term-time in Scdalia. After their engagement with the school...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 May 1892

1 1 I nn State -: REPUBL IOAN. VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY MAY 12, 1802. NUMBER 2?. 'CURRENT "TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BMEF. FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. lif tho sen&to, on the 4(11, the entlro day wn', occupied In pAssing routine b'lls from tho cal endar, moat of them of a local character In the homo tho conference, report on itho Chinese, exclualon hill wan Agreed to 13d to jps. After discussion as to tho precedence of tho Appropriation bills, tho honso took up the .river And harbor Mil, And Sir. Blanchard, chair twan of the commlttoe, occupied orer ono hour ,lu explaining Its provisions, and pending Its "discussion tho houso Adjourno.l. ' In the eenate, on tho Sth, Mr. Piatt apoke for three hours in opposition to the lwndlng Choc taw and Chickasaw S),000,orx) resolution, lint frankly expressed his opinion that he was ad dressing an Inattentlro senste to little purposo. No other public business of Interest was done. ,,..Xn the honso tho river and ltnrbor appropri ation...

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 May 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Pop Year, G. S. ItoBBiss, Bttsinoss Monnger. Thursday, May 12, 1892. State Republican Ticket. For Governor, WILLIAM WAHNUH, of Jackson County. For Lieutenant Governor, HUDOLl'II MUKLLEK, ol St. Charles County. Kor Secretary of State, 11. T. ALKIItE, of Holt County. For Auditor, JOHN M. WEEKS, of Jasper County. ForTreasuer, F.J. WILSON, of Knox County. For Attorney General, DAVID MUIU'IIY, of St. Louis. l'or Itallroail Commissioner, W. S. 1IATUAWAV, of Amlrnlu County. Forjudges of the Supreme Court. W. S. SIIlltK, of Scdslht. CIIAS. XAGLE, of St. Louis. W. W. LDWAKDS, of St. Charles. Judge of the Coiut of Appeal Western District. JOHN 11. HALE, of Carrollton. time nnd money. Municipalities do pend upon men ami men nlonc for their growth, prosperity find exist ence. Tin: SI. Louis Mirror, n democratic organ, is about to have a fit because Mr. Flllcy nominated six delegates In the three St. Louis districts to the Minn...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 May 1892

. -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- TEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. TCBLtSIIED IVEttT THUIISDAT EVENING O. S. Roddins, Business Mnnngor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, r. E3 A.1VTT?T iTT. COPniS ttEttnU. Entered at the Pottofflce at Jejtrton Cltv, Mo., n ter.on.rl clast matter. New Betlo.'Jiin. 7, 1890. Thursday, May 12, 1892. Newspaper Law. 8zo. 2. If ii person orders his paper discontinued lie must pay nil arrearages, or tho publishers may conttnuo to send It until payment Is made, and collect the whole , amount, whether it Is taken from the office or not. There can ho no legal discontinue ance until tho payment Is made. Sec. 8. The courts have decided that re futing to take a newspaper or periodical from the postofflce, or removing and leaving them uncalled Tor Is prima facia evidence oi Intentional fraud. Tho public schools of this city close to-morrow. There Is very high water in the Mis souri river. There will Ibe" an excursion upfront St. Louis to this city next Sunday. The high water has interfer...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 12 May 1892

GENERAL NOTES- New Orleans Is In danger of Inundation. "Wheat is reported looking fine in this county. The Missouri river is in fine boat ing stage at present. tioda Fountain for sale. Mltcts II. 1 Antlnte, fSF WINE OF CARDUI, a Tonto lot Womtii. For watches ,clocks ,jevoly, silverware etc., go to Ucorgo l'orth, the leading jewelry houso hi Central Missouri, Low est price?, considering quality of goods, which aro warraulcd as represented Iteprcscntatlvo Nenbeiry, of Illi nois, is entitled to the belt as the champion lainbow chaser. lie said in a recent interview at Washington that Wisconsin was as certain to go democratic next November as Ken tucky. Ills friends should watch him carefully. Karly Risers, Marly liisers, Early Hiscrs, the famous little pills for con stipation, sick headache, dyspepsia andn ervousnes. A. BitASi)K.snKr.(u:i:. M.tintrs WINC OF CAF1CUI for WiaV NerTM. Will sonic one kindly explain why it is that lynching of a negro in any section of the .South is always fo...

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