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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 16 June 1892

.-ME STUji KBPDBLICA1I- liirFjjnsoN criY, Missouri. ruBLisnED EVEnv tuuiwdav evenino. G. S. ItonniNn, Business Manager. IN novnitca SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, S-Ajnipxan comes fhub. Entered at the rottnfflce at JejUenon City, tin,, an r cond clnts matter. Ncw Berlcn.-Jno. 7, 1800.1 Thursday, Juno 1G, 18J2. Nowsnanor Law. Sf.c. 2. If n Person orders Ills paper ! dleroiitlnueil lie must pny nil nrri-nrnircit, orltio publisher! inny continue to send It uulll payment ) mndcaud collect tliowlioln 1 nmount, whether It Is taken from the nflleo , or not. Tlicro mn bo no Icr.i1 tllscont Inn-. anco until the payment is made. Rv.i!. :i. The courts Imvu decided ttuit re- li.al .... t. (.In ti iiatfmni0. iP nni-In.lli.fil from Hie postolllcc.orriiiioUnir nnd leaving I ln-iii uncalled for Is prima fnclu evidence l intentional frmid. ADVERTISING KATES. Vagci.-.r.,,'...... ...... $M per month One-Half Pago IS per month ODO-tJimrlcr 1'iigc 10 per month Column per month Leu than 1 column, SO rent icr ...

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 June 1892

ALL AROUND NOTi-S. Some men spend more tlino in the pursuit of ame than they do in pro viding for their families, It may lie remarked that this kind seldom, if ever, catch up with fauio. In what other country could a man who twenty' years ago was clerking in n grocery store have become pre sident of a great institution of learn ing? Jacob (5ould Sehurmau, the new president of Cornell University, did precisely that, and he is not yet 40 years old. MeEtr.i'i WINE OF CAKPUI lot fjnialo diseases. "lloniewilcl, I In1 oninpiiljin He to null," Slinut tlxtj nlllors on tlto C, II. iiml J. 'Stop.'' iiuotli :i liroKin rail, "Anil (.li.lUo. p. il. c." X. B. The train stopped and the editors shook ; but fortunately none of them were hurt. Korwatelics, clocks, icwely, silverware etc., go to (Iciniji! I'oitli, the leading jewelry hotisu in Central Mlssoiul. Low est prives, eoiifclileilng ijimllty of goods, which are warranted as represented. To slightly paraphrase Gen. Dix's celebrated dUpalch, If...

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 June 1892

Br UBLISll it i- 4 1 LI K State 7 ( KAN. VOLUME XXL JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY JUNE 28, 1892. NUM13ER 28. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL Om,v routine Imslne-is wan transuded. In tins M-nnleon thelltii Chlct Clerk Ttiwlcs, of tlio taoiiso, Ritvo notice of Ilio death of Mr. Hliti-li-bouse, mitt tipnropmto resolutions ivero adopted, utter which tho scnum adlotmcrt,... In the house a Mil was uilroitucisl providing for the election of rcprrHcnUiltrrn by propor tionate rcprosentntlon. Mr. Tillm,in, of South Carolina, announced tho sudden ucuth of his colleague. K. T. Htai-khoutie, and tho customary resolutions of rcpcct were adopted and tho house adtourned. Scnatuii I'KKrr.n presented a" petition In tho nenate on the Ifttlt from colored citizens of Kan ftas, protesting agafniit nouthcrn outrages- Sen ator Paddock prewcated a imtltlou from Nc bratka citizen) urclng that In the future the alarleftof allneaator and representatives In favor of...

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. — 23 June 1892

y in i I' it -THE STATE REPUBLICAN-- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, G. S. ltuum.NH, Business Mnungcr. Thursday, Juno 23, 1802. ADVERTISING KATES. I'jtffC $W por month oui'-llnlf I'im'i! l."i per month Ono-ljunrk-r I'.iri- . Ill per liMinlh Column or muiitli 1.1-i-stlitiu t ruliiiiiit,tO i-i-iil- tcr Itu'li crnontli Discount on rarly contracts. Loral .li'i-ut- pi-r line rnch insertion. For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. For Vice President, Whitelaw Reid, of New York. Electoral Ticket. ' DAVID P. DYKK. of St. Louis. SAMUKL V. 8UOTT, of Clay county. DISTINCT Kl.r.OTOIt. First District lolin C. MeKinley Second Dl-trlct (.'. !) Morrison. Tlilnl District-1.. T. Moullon. Fourth District David llotihaiu. Fifth District .lost-pli McCoy. Sixth. District I. P- Pmdy. Seventh Dl-tnct Odon (itdtnr. Eighth Di-trict-W. .1. Powell. Ninth District It. V llinoll. Tenth Dl-tiiot- I.. V. W- itothciisteln. Eleventh Dlstilct F- It. ltrowncll. Twelfth Di-tilet Xalhan Col...

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. — 23 June 1892

'-inn, hmL ufirUBLIRAN fi i .. tfFEItSON CITY. iUTHSmmT. M .'ilmT.innff.n tavr.nv Tmmqmv pvpviwn. w . .. .. . ......... J 1 S. Iobbinb, Businosa Manager. J. DiormM t A vpad -in- 'iiii , 1 11 . in i. ri iiiMii. nnvnnrn fTJ I 1JE-.1.-L1JCT JJ JCV Ml ITU Entered at the 1'ottoJJlct at Jfjerton Clly, lfo.,a teeoml class matter. INew 8crlo,'Jan. 7, 1800. Thursday. June 23, 1802. Newspaper Law. Skc. 2. If a person orders his paper discontinued lie must pay all arrearage", or t ho publishers may contlnuo to tend It until payment Is mado. and collect the wliole amount wUMlicr -it.ls taken from tlio ofllco or not. There can be no1 legal dlscomlnu anco until. tlie payment Is made. Seo. 3, Tlio courts liavo decided that re futing to take a jiewspnper or periodical from the postofllce.orrcmovlmr and leaving them uncalled for is prima facta evidence ol Intentional fraud. AIJERTIBINQ KATES. PageitSj. ,.......' M per month One-iri;i l'ago n.. iniiermosui OncJWarter Page 10 per month oiumn. ...........

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 23 June 1892

ALL AROUND NOTES. It is fniil llmt Cul tii-lint?. pro poses liililii!: I lie i-liiiiip (U'Bin-t Har mon mid lltid. 'Hint will ho belter limn his tiiMi'; the slump fur thcin, ns lio la a polilical Juniih of the iltstt water. The tntiVcnlion of the National LeEuo of Itepublican clubs, which is to bo held nt ltiil't'iili), New Yoik. September I, p'ninites lo be a lorker. MoE!rs's WINE OF CWDUtfpr fjirnluillstr.rcs. I PBEB PASS TO THE Knr w alelioa,eli'l.ii'i'lv.siivei nic etc.. to (leinsi1 I'illt, llin.lt'.-ullii!.' jnwoh - lintM In I Vnfial MKnui I. I,m -st price, i'immIiIci'Iiiit tptallly of jiumN, which lliu watr.iuli'il a icpi'cM'nlcd. Tin I-higlisiIi papers nbiiso toe "ticket jut us iniieii as they would have iloiie bail it I. cell headed by Mr. Itbiinn. W'ete it otherwise there might lit cause for republican alarm. Try BLACK.QiWJrtHT t. I ..r l'5 Miiy'tn. American eoin K thanks to"rticlo lerty" lius-k, oradually 'ottln;r a foot-hold in Kurupo. Tlie government exhibit at the World...

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. — 30 June 1892

1 Sj The Stat ' if ' C i -1 E 1 KEPUBL IOAN. VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUKE THURSDAY JUNE 30. 1892. NUMBER 29. f AC" t, FREE PASS TO THE r Have you any notion of attCHdlng what promises to bo one of the. lArgcst and most magnificent exhibitions of Its kind the World has ever known? No man. woman or child can afford to miss this wonderful exhibition, es pecially when they can go FItEE OF CUAllOE. Wo are making 'tip a train load for Chicago In 1803, and we want you to como and go with us. Bo mcmber, wo have said It shall cost you nothing to go aud come. ye iwlll present you with a FIIIBT GLAUS 1WVXD.TMV TICKET, FREE, OF CJIAHOE. The only consideration Is, that you buy your goods at Whero each and every Cash Purchase you mako to the amount of Ono Do lar, entitles you to Ono Bed Ticket. Four Bed Tickets to Ono Whlto Ticket, Four Whlto Tickets to One llluo Ticket, Four Ulue Tickets to One Bed, While and Dine Ticket, Four Bed, Whlto and lllue Tickets to Ono Flart-Class Bound Tilp Ti...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 30 June 1892

14' I -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, O. S. ltomiiNs, UusincRs Mnnngur. Thursday, Juno !)(, 18D2. ADVERTISING KATES. I-ai(c. JW I" ' tmrtli finr-llulf I'.u-c -. I'. .it moi.tli One-tlnnrlvr I'wje 1.0 in-r montli Column a prr inonlli Lraatlian I column, :( iniU porlm li ior month Di.rmiiil on early i untrurU. l.tirlaSri.i.ti prr lliiu cut li lii'ctllon. For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. For Vice President, Whitelaw Reid, of New York. Ik tub democratic party hopes to win after tlio Chicago mess It Is inuuli more credulous Hint) any s.tnc man ever tllOllglit it In liu. This btislriens men wanted .Mr. Har rison and the IiihIiicsi men wanted Mr. Cleveland, and n w the -pie'ilion li whlelt will gel liinlnusi men. Wiiks Ilarriiton beat ('l.-vclnml foil: years ag. I he latter had all lliu mugwumpi and olllecholdi'rs for liliii and he can do it much caster this year. . Tin, democratic party refused to declare for the free coinage of ...

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. — 30 June 1892

HlLl oi .11 1 yfiLiCAN- l4)ll3PFKnSOH OITY, MISSOURI. Wf - - I ilh' tirttiT tort on rvr i- ... fc-iJt iUtiiSUAI LIVENING, 1 S. Bobbins, Businosu Mnnnger. SBSCRIPTION, $1, A YEAR, i N DVHflCH Entered at the Pottofflce at Jefferson City, Mo., ns second date matter. (New Scrles.'Jan, 7, 1890. 4 Thursday, Juno 30, 1802. Newspaper Law. - Sec. 2. If a person orders his papor discontinued lie must pay nil arrearages or the publishers may continue to send It until payment Is made, and collect the wliolo amount, whether it Is taken from the ofllco or not. There can he no legal dlscontlnu ance until tlio payment Is made. Sec. .1. "The courts havo decided that re fusing to take a newspaper or periodical from tlio postolllce, or removing and leaving tliun uncalled for is prima facia evidence ol Intentional fraud. ADVERTISING KATES. Page per month One-Halt rage... IS per month One-Quarter rage 10 per month Column Spcrjnonlh Lcs than 1 rolnniD, SO cents per Inch per month Discounts on yearly cont...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 30 June 1892

SrSi ALL AROUND NOTES. How nbout Mr. Cleveland and his Napoleonic ill earn book now? The Chicago ticket lacks tho ixint cst indication of being a winner. Tho snrc heads are In the demo cratic camp now, and there ore lots of them. Whew! How the democratic llgurc h as shrank since the convention. It has evidently lost most of Its wind. Wide "li.it brims are the proper thins l,li3 summer, but none of thorn have brims wtilo enough to hide the care of some men. MEtf'l WINE OF CAHDUt (or fom&lcdlsC&SCS. That portion of the democratic platform which isn't twaddle may be best described by the word "strad dle." l'or watches, clucks.iewely, silverware etc., go to licorgo 1'oith, lUe leading jewelry hoit-e In Conlial Missouri. J.ov est prices, considering quality of goods wlildi are waiiiuitcd n icpicsetitcil. gjjjr WINE OF CAHOUI, a Tonic fur Woiucu. If the people's party cannot trot out any better stock than "Hoodoo" Weaver its cake is certainly doiHi. AUDITING BOOKS AT NIGHT. Oho fi...

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 July 1892

riV Gm a rw.-r Kir-;- - t - 'M t REPUBLICAN. Wjjt VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY JULY 7, 1892. NUMBER 30. DF-EE PASS TO THE I . 1 Havo you any notion ol attending what promises to bo onool the largest and most matcnltlccnt exhibitions ol Its kind tho World has eyer known? No mau, woman or child can afford to miss this wonderful exhibition, es pecially when they can go FUSE OF dJIAUOB. We aro maklngup a train load for Chicago In 1803, and we want you to come and go with us. lie member, we have said it shall cost you nothing to go and come. We will present you with a FIUST CLASH ItOUXD-TlllV TICKET, FREE OF CIIAttOE. Tho only consideration Is, that you buy your goods at lar, .entitles you to Ono lied TlyVct. Four Jlcd Tickets to OmVWulto Ticket, Four Wblto Tickets to tfno Hliie Ticket, Four Blue Tickets to Ono Red , Wlilto and Blue Ticket, Four Kcd, White and Blue Tickets to One FlerUOlass Bound Trip Ticket to tho WORLD'S PAIR Do not miss the opportunity of a llfe-tlme...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 7 July 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON' CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Pen Year, G. S. RoBiusa, Business Manager. Thursday, July 7, 1802. ADVERTISING KATES. I'mjo $11 iirr month otif-llatf I'.ge IS lcr iiionlh One-Qnarter IMge 10 tier motilli Col u ran Sl'cr iiionlh I.tMtlian 1 roluinn.'iO cciita per Inch vicrinoiitli Discount on yearly eontrai'tn. recall A ecolH per line each insertion. For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. For Vice President, Whitelaw Reid, of New York. Electoral Tlctot. DAVID I.. DYE 15. of St. Louis. . SAMUEL F. SCOTT, of Clay county. MSTIUCT KI.KCTOIW. Klrst District John C. MeKtnley. Sccotnl District 0. D. Morrison. Third District-L. T. Moulton. Fourth District David Iloiiliain. Fifth District Joseph McCoy. Sixth Di.trict-r. V. l'nidy. Seventh District Odmi liiiltar. Eighth District Y. Powell. Ninth District H. K. Unwell. Tenth DIMt let I.. V. V. Jtotlicnsteln. Eleventh District K. II. Browncll. Twelfth Dl.-trlct Nathan Cole. Thirteenth District It. lt....

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 July 1892

"in- oiiLICAN TEFFEItSON OITY, MISSOUM. PUBLISnED EVEnt TUUnSDAY tVENINO, G. S. ItoBDiss, Business Mnnnger. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, ai. B-a.2vnun ooptes xr&mm. Entered at tlie Pottofflce at Jejtrton City, SIo., as second class matter. fNcw Scrics.'Jan. 7, 1890. Thursday, July 7, 1892. Newspaper Law. Sec. 2. If a person orders his paper discontinued lip must pay nil arrearages, or the publishers may continue to send it until payment Is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it Is taken from the office or not. There can be no legal dlscontlnn nnce until the payment Is made. Sec. 3. The courts hayo decided that re luslng to take a newspaper or periodical from the postofllce, or removing and leaving them uncalled forts prima facia cvldencoot Intentional fraud. . ADVERTISING HATES. 'krtti? ' .f rage.. i .' )ier 'month One-Half l'agc 13 per month One-Quarter rage 10 per month Column ....., 8 per month Icss than 1 column, SO cents per Inch per month Discounts on yearly contracts...

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 July 1892

F' ALL AROUND NOTES. Wonder if "Hill" Whitney used any Standard Oil money in Chicago: It's a square tight this time: l'ro tcctlon against Free Trade. Which are you for? Americana like speed in men as well as in methods of travel ; that's why they take to Harrison and Rcid Canada doesn't like the idea of re tallntlon on the part of the United States. Nobody supposed she would. M.llf WINE or CAROUI (r (.nil. dlmiM. Kor watches , clocks ,Jovely , alive rware etc., go to Gcorg 1'orlh, the leading jtwelry house lu Central Missouri. Low est prices, considering quality of goods, wlilch re warranted as represented. Perhaps Stanley wants to get into parliament that he may explore some dark places. Should he succeed, he will And men there much smaller than the African pigmies. The democrats hunted for a nobody to put on the ticket with Cleveland, and they found him. MTWINC OF CAROUI, a Tonlo or Weaen. Bright people arc the quickest to ercognizc a good thing and liny it. Wc sell lots of bright...

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 July 1892

f ...The . 5P- State Republican. r 7V VOLUME XXL JE1TERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY JULY 14, 1892. NUMBER 31. FEBB PASS to THE V ate5 '-L ' WORLD'S PAIR. Have you any notion of attending what promises to bo onoof tlio targes? nnd most magnificent exhibitions of Its kind the World has oyer known No man, woman or (Jillil can afford to miss tills wonderf til exhibition, es pecially when they can go FJiKE OF CUAKGE. Wo aro making up a train load for Chicago In 1893, and we want' you to como and go with us. Ke member, wo have said It shall cost you nothing to go and come. We will present you with a FIHST CLASS J10UXD-TJ1W TICKET, FUSE OF CIIAUOF. Tho only consideration is, that you buy your goods at OTTIR, STORE, Where each and every Cash Purchase you make to tho amount of One Dol lar, entitles you to One lied Ticket. Four lied Tickets to Ono White Ticket, Four White Tickets to One Blue Ticket, Four Blue Tickets to One Heil, White and Blue Ticket, Four Eed, White and Blue Tickets to One ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 July 1892

if r 1 -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. 8ubrIptlon, $1.00 Per Yeur, O. S. ItonBiHs, Business Mnnngor. Thursday, July 14, 1892. ADVERTISING RATES. ftf S!3 P" month Half r(te .... 14 r" month 0.QarUr l"ge JO par month Cvtons 8 per month Lall than I rolrjmn.JO rentt ntt Inch crniont!i filrcoant en jenr centring. La1i ft ceutA itr line Mdi Insertion. For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana, For Vice President, Whitelaw Keid, of New York. Electoral Ticket. DAVII P. DYER, ot St. Louis. SAMUKL F. SCOTT, ot Clay county. 1IISTU1CT KI.KCTOltS. Irst District-Violin C. MeKluley. Second District C. D. Morrison. Third District L. T. Monlton. fourth District David Itonhaiii. Fifth District .Joseph McCoy. Sixth District-.!. 1. Pruily. SeTentb District Oilon Citltar. ElChth District W. J. Powell. Ninth Dlstrict-H. K. Kusscll. Tenth District I,. V. W. Itothensteln. Eleyenth District V. 11. Hrownell. Twelfth District Nathan Colo. Thirteenth District II. 11. Cahoon. Fourteenth I)lf...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 July 1892

if1-'1 i -:'!E T-.f.? H:.jjLICAN- IEFF1JHS0N CITY, MISSOURI". TDDLISnED ETEIV? TBOnSDAY t'OTINO. G. 8. Robbink, Businosu Manngor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, f3 A'TVl I.M iTTl OOPDIS ETEtlDHl. Snterti at the Tottofflct at JcJJtrion City, No., ns ttcontl data tnatttr. (New Serleayjan, V, 1890, Thursday, July 14, 1802. Newspaper Law. Sue. 2. If n person ordem hla paper dlicontlnitrd lie mint pay .nil arrearages, or the publltliera may continue to aend It until payment la made, and collect the wholo amount, whether It la taken from the ofllco or not. Tliere can lc no legal discontinu ance until the payment la made. SEC. 3. The courts liave decided tliat re luting to take a newspaper or periodical from tlie poatofflce, or removing and Id.tvlnj? tliem uncalled for ta prima facia evidence ol Intentional fraud. . 4tf advertising hates. rage ?Mpcr month Oae-IIaU l'ag IS per month One-Quarter Page 10 per month Column... a per month I.eea than 1 column, 00 cents per Inch per month Discounts on ...

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 July 1892

ALL AROUND NOTES. Tho Smith family Is "In It" this year; one of tlicm will bo governor of Kansas. If Corbett trill only knock out for good ami all that big brute, John L Sullivan, he nlll bo entitled to ft vote of thanks. Rlsraarck is teaching Kmpcror Wil liam how dangerous a newspaper in terview can be made. Many promin ent Americans arc familiar with the lesson. Who will edit Mr. Cleveland's let ter of acceptance, now that Dan I.n mont is in Europe? Tor watches, clocks, Jeweljr, silverware at., fo to Qeor 1'orth, the leading jwelrr home In Cealral Missouri. I.ovr Ht prices, considering (inallty of goods, which are warranted as represented, Grover to Adlai: Don't talk for publication; it Isn't safe, unless your remarks are flrst submitted to mc for Approval. i MB-WINCOFCAHOUI, Tenl ter trout. A parrot taught to scream "force bill" at all hours would answer for a democratic campaign Btump apeakor this year. Uright people arc the quickest to ercognize a good thing and buy it. We sell...

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

3w 25 The State EPUBLIOAN. VOLUME XXI. ML JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, ;THURSD AY JULY 21, 1892. NUMBER ?J2. m Fairbanks Clairette Soar for ail RouythpU lrndy pwfujej, ivd w by St. Louis. FBEB PASS TO THE WORLD'S FAIR. Have you nny 110II011 of attending what promises to bo mm of tlm largos and most nmctilflcont (ixlilljlllons of Its kind tlio World linn ever known No man, woman or child can alfoid to miss this wondciftil exhibition, es pecially wlicn they can ro FllEK or GltMKIIi. Wo are making up n train load for Chicago In 1WKI, mid wc want you to cotnu and go with lis. Ito mcmbcr, vie liavu paid It shall cost you nothing to go nudeome. Wo will present yon with a VlllNT C A J. VAT UOVXn-TJill' TICICKT, FllF.F. OF CUAlltih'. Tho only consideration Is, that you buy your goods at OTJH STORE, Where r-nch and every Cash Purchase you make to the amount of Ono Dol lar, entitles you to Ono Ited Ticket. Four lied Tickets to Ono White Ticket, Four White Tickets to One llhm Ticket, Four IHuo Ti...

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 July 1892

V Jsi i,' HI U A .lEFFKKKON OITY, MISKOUItl. Subscription, $1.00 Pan Vent, U. U. Jtonms, IltulnewiMnniitior. Thtiri1ay, July 21, IMS!. ADVEIlTlBINfJ HATK9. r,., ,. . a.i ret moiilli (...-n'.lf f.i- .1.ctni.mlli fn.gu.tl'C I'M' HM .-rii.oi. . ..-l,,-.. l.rf innnll. !.! Ihn I robiiiin.M i ml per li.rli per n.ohll. Dlrrotint on jeiily rnnlcrt. utitf .fr line mill Intpitlon For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. For Vice PrcBiclent, Whitclaw Boid, of New York. Electoral Ticket. DAVID t DYKH. of .St. I.onH. KAMt'KIi 1 HCOTT, of l!lay county. insrmcr r.i.mvroui. First Dish let .John 0. JlcKltdey. Heeond District -"' D. MonUon. Hiliil Dlstilcl-l.. 'I'. MonlCoii, Koin Ih Dlslilct D.M lloiihani. rlflli DNtrlct-.l.'-i'l'li McCoy. Sixth I)ttilct-d- 1 i ml v -.Sen-mil DMiicl-Udonliultiir. Kahili Dltllct-W. .1. Howell. Ninth Dlililot-l. V. Itii-r I -Tcnlli DMtlct-l.- I - V- K.ilhciHtcln Kleynth DItilot--r. I. Itmwindl. Twelfth lltrlct-Nathan Cole. 'I'hlrii-ri.ili lilililct II. It. Cahoon....

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