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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 19 May 1892

Tele State 7 A In Repu IOAJV. VOLUME XXL JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY MAY 19. 1892. NUM73ER 28. CURRENT TOPICS. THE HEWS IN BRIEF. FIFTY-SECOND CONG n ESS. Ih tho ncnato, on the llth, tha n&tsafro of blil from tho calendar occMniod tho ttma until 8 o'clock, tho remainder of tho day being npent In oxecntlre solution over tho French extradl- tlon troaty In tho houso tho whole session wu devoted to tho further consideration of the sundry civil bill. Tho general debntomm closed. ' Ik the eonato, on the 12th, the naval appro priation bill nas considered and disposed of un til the clau.o to Increase tho hav? and for the proposed new battle ships vras '.-cached, Vf hen discussion on these disputed matters vras post poned, and tho sonato went Into executive ses sion. , , . In thelhouse consideration of the sun dry civil bill, was continued, about twenty-Ave pages being covered. Provisions Inserted by the. committee on appropriations that articles 1a,4jjij.lniportedfor use of .the ...

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 May 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Pop Voor, O. S. Robsinx, Business Manager. Thursday, May 1U, 1892. State Republican Ticket. For Governor, WIM.IAM WAltNiJlt, of Jackson County. - Kor Lieutenant Gocrnor, RUDOLl'lI MUKU.EK, of St. Charles Couuty. Vor Secretary of State, II. T. ALKI1SK, uf Holt County. Tor Auditor, .I011N M. WEEKS, of Jasper Couuty. KorTre.isuer, F..I. WILSON, of Knox County. For Attorney General, DAVID MrRl'UY. ot St. I.ouU. For Railroad CoramUdouer, V. S. HATHAWAY, of Audrain County. For Judge! of the Supreme C'ouit. W. S. SHIRK, of Sedalia. CIIAS. NAGLK, of St. Louis. W. Y. EDWARDS, of St. Cliaile. Judge of tlie Court of Appeal Western District. JOHN II. HALE, of Carrolltou. For Oongross 8th District. WILLIAM II . Ml'RPHY. of I'tllaski County. Electoral Ticket. DAVID I'. DYER, of St. Louis. SAM 1' EL 1". SCOTT, of Clay county. ihti:i;t ki.k'iohs. First District John (.'. McKlulcy. . Second District (.'. 1). Morrison. Third Distric...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 19 May 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON OITY, MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING G. S. Kobbiks, Busincsu Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, Entered at the Pottofflct-at Jejtrton City, Mo,, a lecoml cliut matter. (Noir BerUn.'Jan. 7, 1890. 'Thursday, May 19, 1892. y Newspaper Law. Szc. 2. If perion ordcri bis paper dlicontlnttfd lie must pay Ml arrearage, or the publishers may continue to icnillt until payment la made, and collect the whole amount, wbetlier.lt la taken from the ofllco or not. There can be no legal discontinu ance until the payment la made. Skc. 3. The courts have decided that re fating to take a newspaper or periodical from the poatolHce, or removing and leaving them uncalled for It prima facia evidence ol Intentional fraud. There has been a terrific hurricane in New Zealand. Bougorcau makes more money than . i. ...iti nnv r rencu aiuai. . England agrees to a conference on the sliver question. A large quantity of driftwood is floating down the river. J. Coleman Dray...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 19 May 1892

GBNEBAL-.NOTES The wife of Count Tolstoi died, In Lisbon, May 12. William Astor's will docs not men tion Sir. J. Coleman Drayton. New York capital will build tho big gest reservoir in tho world in tho dry lauds of Arizona. MHn'i WINE OF CARDUHdr fcmiladtilMM. Soda Fountain for nulc. Mlrcss II. 1'. Amlrat. The Houuo of llppro9entatives nt Washington will investigate the Pink crton Detective service. PBEB PASS TO THE WORLD'S FAIK. Have you any mitlon of nttcndliig wliut l'roinlscs to bo one of tho largest and most manlllcciit exhibitions of its kind tho World has oyer known? man, woman or clilUI can nlloril to miss mis wouueiiiu ouiuiuu, peclnlly when they can o FIU'.E OF CllMWU. Wo aro making tip a train 1UHU IUT VylllUiiZU III I r-i'- , illKI lit MdUt Jim iu i"m. --- im.inW. n iiiiVK Killil 11 sliiill fnst vim nolhlnir to bo and enmo. HO will WINE OF CARDUI, a Tonlo for Woiud, Secretary Blaine in acknowledging a boutoniero from Miss Letter p.t a garden fete at Washington, slipped fr...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 26 May 1892

The St ate Republican. r3 I. is. 7 VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY MAY 26, 1802. NUMBER 24. fJilPkl YA I (7A VIM I 'kwrntAwm. .MB lit- n I 1M Jo bifzen nonunentis1hene.ton5.rk 5pot whereon he fought and fellto &ve SPQfe but5,bl'fcomebk (ofron Jft rasebidk crer f ,Y.A W WJk 1 u-uz rood for somothln' uf ho Icnowrd they went next tor the Etnr o llethlc Jiorn. Yes," Mild Jlctsy, with ti genuine Rlh of rectrt, "they nil Went nil I inihij 'cm. My cycsi.-jht'B gotten dim an' I recltim I'll never do pntchln' bo pood I,.. tlintn hour T fmt. llin hod I . . .' . ,'. 1 ,...... : stun ler koaim. du;i j"""" " see the rencllnVrin'.plcteronlt. I walked ter tcown an' louno uii man urei mm i& jilt ez 1 hod It on" the paper, the wrltln' ut tho hot torn I mean, lie sez thct ain't tiui way they spell 'em for most folks but I 'lowed er. liow I.oaml he known! his Betsy wild fix it1 ter please him." Near tho top of tho stono wa? a marblo copy of tho flag. llclow tho ling I read: I LO...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 26 May 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUIU, Subscription, $1.00 Per Ye up, G. S. Uobmns, Bunitioss Manager. Thursday, May 20, 18U2. ADVERTISING RATES. l'agc . , $25 per month oiic-llnlt 1'iiKC 1.1 per month (tie.(iiiirtcr Pagt 10 per month Column -spot month l.esMlian 1 column, SO rent per Inch per month Iihcouiit on ) curly contraels. I,o'ls 5 rents per line each lnertloii. State Republican Ticket. Vnr Governor. WILLIAM WAKXKlt, of .lueksou County. Tor Lieutenant Governor, itrDoi.rn mukllkk, of St. Cliaile Comity. Kor .Secretary of Slate, II. T. ALKUtK, of Holt (.'utility, l-'or Atulltnr. JOHN M. AVKKKS, of Jasper Co.itity. Kor Treaner, F..I. WILSON, of Kuox Cotiuty. Kor Attorney General, DAVID MCKl'liy, of St. LouU. Kor llallroail Commissioner, W. S. HATHAWAY, of Audrain County. Kor Judges of tuo Supieino Court. IV. S. sIIIHK, of Sedalla. C1IAS. N.UiLK. of St. Louis. AV. W. KDWAKDS. of St. Chillies. Judge of the Court of Appeal Western Dlstiiet. JOHN 1!. IIAI.K, of CaiTolllon....

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 26 May 1892

-THE' STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. PUDLISITED EVEItY THURSDAY KVENINO, Q. S. Rodbinb, JJusineiM Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1, A YEAR, noiSs, Entered at the l'ostofflce at Jejernvn City, lfo,,ns second class matter. Now Serial .Man. 7, 1800.1 Thursday, May 20, 1892. J I I 13ft?:, V Newspaper Law. Skc. 2. If n ncraon orders Ills piper dlicontlmitd lie must pay all arrcaragci, or the publishers mar continue to aend It until payment Is made, and collect the whole mount, whether It In taken from the olllro or not. There can be no legal discontinu ance until the payment Is made. Skc. "3. The courts havo decided that re lating to take a newspaper or periodical from the postofficc, or removing and leaving them uncalled for Is prima facta evidence ot intentional fraud. ADVERTISING HATES. f 23 per month A. f iWA'PiOne.HaU Pago...... IS per month rJiC' one-Quarter rage? 10 per month Colunjn , , 8 per month I,cbs thanl column, 50 cents per Inch per month Discounts on yearly contract...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 26 May 1892

V, ALL AROUND NOTES. Jupiter find Saturn are said to lie responsible (or the unusual weather of last year and this. They arc In their equinox and wo hope they will soon shift. For watches, clocks, iewely, silverware etc., go to George l'ortli, the lending jewelry house In Central Missouri, Low est prices, considering lumllty of goods, which are warranted as represented. IS" BLACK-DRAUOHT te cure Constipation. The "mtiglc birth" of cities with skillful hoomers is always announced through tho newspapers, but the tragic death which closely follows about ninety-nine out of one hundred of thctn is not considered "newest." Mrs. h. It. l'atton. Kockford, 111., mites: "From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsapa. rilla, n cure for impure blood and gcncraIdebility."A. HiuxnuMiKUGEit. The difference between the present situation in the two great political parties may be summed up lliusly: Any one of the men named as possi ble republican candidates for presi dent can Jjc elected...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 2 June 1892

w ,'.S. . f ....... , ,.t j-i' J1 tiX.;.;'.. The State Republican: H VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUJrV, THURSDAY JU NE S 1892. NUMBER 25. 7 The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Part. CONGRESSIONAL ON the Mlha bill wan tmasctJIn I ho senntu ftpproprlntlng IWiCflO for a public- building no Owcmio, Mk'lL A Joint rotoltitlon was reported directing the prcMdont In itrotlalm u general holiday commcmoratlnK tho ouih nnnlvtrniiry ef Iho dlcovcry of Anitrlcn on October t, 18W!, and anolbrr proponing a constitutional amend ment providing for the election of Unltod States eenatom by popular vole.... In the house a bill van Introduced to admit frco of duty glnna win dows ImporLd for tho uso of churchen. Tho senate amendments to tho rher nd harbor bill wero non-concurred In. In the senule bills were reported on the ClUh, appropriating IIOO.OCO and lla.OJO rrWctlvcly for public buildings at Murtcatlnc, I iit?Riul Mun cle, Ind. The bill to provide for tho punish ment of violatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 2 June 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON OITY, MISSOUHI Subscription, $1.00 Pop Year, G. S. ltoBBiNH, Bnsiuos.s Manager. Thursday, Juno 1802. ADVERTISING! HATES. Tnge $-- cr month mellnlf ligo 1.1 jicr month llao-ljn.irlcr Pogi- 10 icr nwiitli Column a i'cr month l.c.Mlinn 1 (-ilinnii,:iO rt-ntr. icrliu li per moittli lilK-uuiit on yt-urlyi-nntriirls. Locals 5 t-vnti ut line inch In-i-rtlun. State Republican Ticket. Tor Governor, Wll.I.lAM WAKNKIt, of .lacksou County. Kor l.leuti'iiiiiil llmi'innr, ItlDOLl'll .MUKI.I.UU, of St. Chili lea County. Kor Secretary of State, 11. T. AI.KI11K, of Holt County. Kor Auilllor. 10HX M. WEKh'S, of Jasper County. KorTronsncr, K..1. WILSON, of Knox County. Kor Attorncv (leneral, DAVID JICKPIIV, of St. Louli. Kor ltntlroail ConiniNfiniicr, W. S. HATHAWAY, o JAlldralu County. I'or .lutlfjes of the Supreme Court, W. S. Similv, of Sctlnlla. (.'HAS. NAOI.K, of St. Louis. W. W. KDWAKDS, of St. Clmrlcs. Judge of the Court of Appeal Weitcni District. .IOII.V li. 1...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 2 June 1892

fe " x ' ' 7 J- -u. -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- INQALLS AT JEFFERSON CITY. TEFFEBSON PITY, MISSOURI, j GliWiDgbT7rthoti!x-as5natto5S A" R PUBLISHED EVEnV TUUKRDAY EVEHINO. Q. S. Robdins, Bushiest Manager. . SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, IN novnMCa nierC(J at As Fottnjflce at JeJ)erson City, Mo., n teroHil elms mutter, Now BcrlcvJan. 1, 18B0.1 , JO' t JJC- i 9 1 iiv PHI T '' ' Thursday, Juno 2, 1892. ,?. . Newspaper Law. j i Sec. 2. If ii person orders his paper "Tdlsonmlmied lie mnst pay nil nrrcaraccs, or tlio publishers may continue to send It until payment (a made, and collect Hie wholo amount, wlictlicr It Is taken from Hie offlro or not. There can bo no legal discontinu ance until Hie payment is made. HEC. H. The courts have decided that re fusing to take n newspaper or periodical from tliu postolllce, or removing and leaving tliem uncnlled for Is prima fucla evidence ol Intentional fraud. ADVERTISING HATES. l'agc per inontli One-Half Fago 15 per rnontli 'JjOne-Qanrtcr l'OKO...... 10 re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 2 June 1892

ALL AROUND NOTES. If England turns her back upon free trade where can our mugwump look for consolation? The bogus medical diploma gang i? now working the European Held. Germans arc said to have purchased thcui largely. For watches, clocks. jewcly, silverware tc. , to George l'orlh, the leading jewelry house In Onltal Missouri. Low est prices, considering quality of goods, which arc warrautcd as represented. Cleveland may lose some of his Southern support when it becomes fully known that he dors not under stand the game of poker. That story about Jerry Simpson having declined to run for congress again cairied its refutation upon its face. Jerry is making about 81,700 a year more than he ever made be fore, and he will never willingly give it up. ytf BLACK-DRAUGHT tf turti ComUpttion. Mrs. L. It. 1'atton, ltockford, 111., writes: "From personal experience 1 can recommend lie Will's Sarsapa rilla, a cure for impure blood and generaldcbility."A. HiiAjinnsiiKiinnu. It is strictly ttue tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 9 June 1892

-irymff -. , I TTT71 i miil . T TUTiTTTIT TPI A AJOJEj kXLX- JLl . X tHi JT U J3JL. AUl . . vj VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOTXJEU, THURSDAY JUNE 9, 1892. NUMBER 2G. P K m l'4 The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Tnii time was occupied In Iho senuto on the Slst ult. by Senator Shcnnnn In a speech niminst the free coinage o( silver bill,.,, In tho house the post oftlce npproprlutlon hill was considered. A resolution was adopted revoking all leave of absence except those granted on account of sick bees. Ok the 1st It wan agreed In the senate that no Yoto should bo taken on the free coinage bill until after the Hth of June. The new senator from Vlrrlnta, Ocn. Epnn liunlon, took tho oath of Ofnoe.it. In the houso ft bill van' report' d limiting the amount of wearing apparel und personal effect that may be admitted free of Ints'. The post orilcc appropriation bin a fur ther considered. Dlixa were passed In the senate on tho Sd to Ibold terms of cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 9 June 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subairlptlorj, $1.00 Pop Ye bp, 0. S. Rosbins, Business Manager. Thursday, Juno 0, 1892. ADVERTISING KATES. Vngt $2.1 per month (int-lUlf l'txe IS Icr mouth Onl-Qtnirter Vuge 10 er month Column X cr month I.tfittun I column, 60 rent per Inch lcr month Diicount on yearly contracts, Loct 9 centa per line each Insertion. State Republican Ticket. For Governor, WILLIAM WAKNKlt, of Jackson County. For Lieutenant Governor, JtUDOLlMI MUELLER, ot St. Charles Couuty. For Secretary ot State, II. T. ALKIItK, of Holt County For Auditor, JOHN M. WEEKS, of Jasper Couuty. For Treasuer, F.J. WILSON, . of Knox Couuty. For Attorney General, DAVID MUJIPHY, of St. L011I3. For Itallroad Couiinlssloncr, V. 8. HATHAWAY, o Audrain County. For JiuIkcs of tbc Supreme Com I, W. S. Sllllth", of Scdalin. CHAS. XAGLK, of St. Louis. AV. W. EDWARDS, of St. Charles. Judge of tlic Court of .VppcaU Western District. JOHN' B.HALE, of Carrollton. For Congms 8th District. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 9 June 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- TEFFERSON OITYt MISSOURI. lUDLISnED EVERY TnURSDr EVEN1NO. G. S. Robbinb, Businosa Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, BATVTPTVm OOFrECS mRBH. ntereil at the Pottoffiet at Jtjerton Git), Mo., nt iccorni cla matter. New Serles.'Jau. 7, 1890. Thursday, Juno 9, 1802. Newspaper Law. . Sec. 2. If ft person ordcra bis paper discontinued lie must pay all arrearages, or the publishers may continue to tend It until payment la made, and collect the whole ' amount, whether It la taken from the office or not. 'mere can do i ance until the navmcnt dku. a. xne couns nayo ucciucu mat ic Rain, rata, ruin ; it seems Hint it Is impossible for tho weather to settle.- Thero Is small cholco between too much water and not enough, yet a small drouth would be a comfort. John White, a colored boy about 18 years old, had his leg crushed at Osage City on Sunday last and was brought to this city whero Drs. Thorp aud Davison amputated his leg. The boy was trying to board a moving train. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 9 June 1892

I f ALL AROUND NOTES.l The bulldog tlml took six mouth fills from the fleshiest part of a New York restaurant waiter deserves a monument. For watches , clocks .jewcly , silverware etc., ro to George l'orth, tho lcaillug jewelry house lti Ociilral Missouri. J.ow et prices, conililcrliift finality of gootl, wlilch arc warranted as represented! Hereafter women married liy .Meth odist protectant ministers will not have to promise to obey their hus bands, the word "obey" having been stricken out of the marriage service of that chinch. fay BLACK-DRAUGHT tt& curci Constipation. Even l!i?matk does not hesitate to to make use of (lie newspaper inter view to keep himself before the pub lie. Few men become great in tllia ago without the aid of newspapers, and fewer retain cither .prominence or greatness without tlicm. Mrs.. I., li. l'atton, liockford, III., writes: "From personal experience I can recommend Do Witt's Sarsapa villa, a cure for impure blood and gcneraUl ebiIity."A. liiUNtEMii...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 9 June 1892

v 't REPUBLICAN SUPPLEMENT BOONVILLE, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 9. MONTHLY BULLETIN OV THE Missouri State Board-of Agriculture, INCLUDING CROP AND LIVE STOCK STATISTICS, RE POUT OP STATE VETERINARY SERVICE, AND WEATHER SERVICE, (Co-operating with U. S. Weather Bureau.) LEVI CHTJBBUCK, Secretary. V J'j.LIjHli'WV.l REPORT OF STATE 'to-" v FOR -HJNF IRQ? Columbia, Mo., Juno' 2, 1802. Tho very largo edition of the Bulletin to be Bent to local papora this month necessitated going to press before returns wero roceivod from all crop correspondents, but, from those in, tho indications aro that wheat has mauo very good growth. On bottom land, where not overflowed, the growth has been entirely too rank. To date the estimated percentages of condition for tho State aro : Wheat, 75 ; oats, 90 ; clover, 90 ; "pasturo, 100 ; apples, 88 ; peaches, 42 ; Corn, onu-fourth planted and land one-half plowed. In tho river counties, and along all streams, largo and small, the farmers havo suffered much from...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 9 June 1892

FARMERS' INSTITUTES. That utnplo notico may bo givon to tho farmors of tho Stato regarding tho noxt series of farmors' institutes, announcement is now mado that' a Borioa will bo hold during tho coming fall and winter and that applications for meetings will now bo recoived. Institutes wore held last yoar in about ono-half of tho counties of tho State as follows : Adair, Andrew, Audrain, Harry, Uunton, Boll iii ger, Buchanan, Callaway, Capo Oirnri'.eau, Cass, Christian, Cooper, Dade, Daviess, Dent, Franklin, Gentry, Grundy, Gasconade, Harrison, Henry, Hickory, Holt, Jackson, Johnson, Laclede, LaFayette, Lewis, Linn, Livingston, Macon, Madison, Mercer, Miller, Moniteau, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Oregon, Osage, Plielps, Platte, Polk, Randolph, Kay, Saline, Scotland, Shannon, Schuyler, Suelhy, Stoddard, Sullivan, Wright. Proforonco for tho coming series will bo given to other counties not included in thojforcgoing list, but if any of theso fail to request an instituto invitations will...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 16 June 1892

F f i The State 1 Republican. VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY JUNE 16, 1802. NUMBER 27. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Pi.'! Bummary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTES. Rp.natoiis CiiANiir,Kn nnd Hill, In tho capacity of n nub-committee of the sen ate Immigration committee heard xurther from John I. IJ.ivcnport respect ing naturalization frauds In New York. During tho Inquiry Senator Hill asked Mr. Davenport If ha was tho author of tho "force bill" socalled, to which tho latter replied that he knew of no such MIL He had drafted an election hill presented In tho last congress. H be lieved In tho bill as a generality. As H.passed tho houso It was not entirely satisfactory to htm, but he would ltku to have had It becomo a law. He prom iscd to renew It at some time. The president has approvod the act for a bridge across tho Mississippi river at Mollnc, 111. FitESinENT IlAmttsox was renomi nated for president on the first ballot by the national republican convention nt Minneapolis. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 16 June 1892

i f I -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFEKSON 'CITY, MISSOUKI. Subaanlptlon, $1.00 Pee Year, (1. S. Koemxs, Business Manager. Thursday, June Hi, 18HS. ADVERTISING HATES. l'ngc JM per month one-Half I'dKc M per month One(juflrti'r rage JO per month Column f per month th.ni t milium,.) ccnt portneh per month Discount on curly cuntriirts. I-ofrtl'-lrt'ttt per line cneh insertion For President, Bonjamin Harrison, of Indiana. For Vice President, Whitelaw Reid, of New York. Electoral Ticket. IMVII) 1". KYEIt. of"st. Louis. SAMUKL I'. SCOTT, of Cluy enmity. DUTItll'T KI.KCTOllS. I u'ii Firm DUtrlet .lobti C. JleKlulev. Second District C. I. Morrison. K Tliirtl lH-strlet-I.. T. Mottlloii. EC' Fotirtlt District hi l!onli;im. ft& Fiflli DUtrlct .loicpliMcCov. M Slxtli Dl.-trlet ,1. 1". fruity. Seventh l1itrict Dtloti (iniliir. Ellitli Di-trlct W. .1. l'owell. Ninth JlUtrlrt II. 1 Ku-scll. Tenth llNttiet I.. F. W. Jtotticustclti. Elcyvntli District F. II. Brownell. Tuelftli DUtilct Natlian Cole. ...

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