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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 July 1892

THE STATE REPUBLICAN- KFFEUSON 01TY, MJ3HOUW. 'UBM8IIEU KVKIIV TlUJIlSDAV EVENINO, H. IIObdinh, UtigluoBit Mniinrjcr. SUBSGLUPTION, $1. A YEAH, IN novntinti A'n(r(l nt the l'ostojflta at Jtjjemon City, Mo.iU ttroml chm matter. Ncw Berlen.'Jnn, 7, 1M, Thursilav, .Titly '21, 1802. Newspaper Law. Br.c. !!. If n pernon ordorn Ills paper illacontlnufd lie inut pay nil nrrcitrngcii. or llio publishers may tonthnio to lend It until payment Is mmle. and collect ttiowlioto amount, whether It li taken from tbe oniee or not. There can bo no legal tlldcoullmi ancc until tlin payment la mado. Site. 3. Tim rntirta liavo decided that re- luting to lake a newspaper or periodical from the poslollke, or rcmo lug and Icat Un them uncalled for In prima facia Idcnee ol Intentional hand. ADVEIVTISINO KATES. rage W 1'er month One-Italf 1'kro 1J per month Onn.tjnartcr I'iiro . 1 per month Column 8 per month I.cm thanl column, 8n iciiU per Inch per month lllVDiinlf on jearly riiiilraul. Ixirnln 0 cents per ...

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. — 21 July 1892

ALL AROUND NOTES. Home rule for Ireland appears to liavo struck a crawfish gate. Home rule for Homestead rtay yet, ucwuie n uurning issue la l'crvl vanla politics, , 3 .ttuttUV veaver thinks acrbh " w tower and his kind m not or American people, An czchan&o ?C'.U watching." says "Tammany Was there ovcr-a time In its history 'when Tammany didn't need iratchlog? M.EIrW WIWC Or CAHDUI f0? tomtit dlMCM Tho Knglish newspapers which pro fess to believe that the ttnltcd States Is on the eve of establishing free trade will find It tho longest night ever seen, 'which precedes their pre- , Tor u alchesf clo'ckitjttvf W silverware Jewelry Iioueo in CvnlratMiiisouru Low- tut prices, XoBtl(erlog quality ot goods', wuU'h re uirraoteJ as rcnrpseateih 0-WINEOF CARDVI, a Tnlf for Womta . (a.iff t. Tt,1- AlT It make tho -wages Of tho American so tow that he could never afford to strike. Itrlght people arc tho quickest to ercognize a good thing and buy it; c sell lots of bright people the .Little ...

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. — 28 July 1892

V I 4 The St ate BBBBl HpP ' VOLUME XXI. F . , f m i, ' PIMRETTE -SOAP- BjftDE. jf tvfcnrWIAM THATHA5ANY 5EN5E, itffiv i " ' 4 And many there: be we hope, vaVc 'W"rs: ?Wr5& CAKE . i wi miwi-imuw whiuniNii i.s yum I " r"" - . ... IFIRIEEJ PASS TO THE , WnT?.T Tl'S TPA-TT? Ml - v - Kepublican JEETJERSOK OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY JULY 28. 1802. NUMBER 33. The News Condensed, Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL, I tlmenate aMiPwa reiwrtwl oa tb SOth rcqnlrlntt tbe ue of1 atjtomn.tlo couplers oti rars sad power hrakea on locomotives fngaged la Interstate traffic, Tba anll-cptf6n bill was die rusacd, Mr. Vest assailing tba measure u aa undue etrrteh flbe constitution; snd Mr. Washburne defending the Mil.. ..Id ihe house a favorable report was made m the till W to force reciprocal commercial relatione-between Ihe United Bteles and CanadU. A bill wee pained IncreuLnf the pay of iffa-saylng aerviee men. Tng house bill for the admission of New Mes ico aa e eta la wan repor...

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. — 28 July 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFEHSON CITY,- MISSOURI. Grovkk Cleveland vetoed 524 pension bills ; Bejamln Harrison his vetoed cone. That Indicates who's the friend of the soldier. Subssrlptlon, $l,.00'Pat Yat, O, S. Kobdiks, Business Manager. Thursday, July 28, 1802. ADVERTISING RATES. r,, .. l per month 0...1L1I r.ie IS r-er month naa-guarier hrt . . . M rr roonlh inn .... S ncr month lla than 1 column, W cent ntr Inch per month lllacoanl on Jf arty ronrrarta. torala S rente per Una eacli Insertion. . For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. ForVlce President,-.,, Whitolaw Bold," 6( Njew Yirk DAVID l. DYER, ot St. Louis. SAMUEL F. SCOTT, of Clay county. BISTKICT iu.ciokj, Heeood DlUrlcl O-D-Morrison.. , Tilled. Uriftlct-Jj. T. Moujton, ounn l3lllci-;-a;aiu.iJOOinw Fifth Dlstriet-ToscDli McCoy, Htxttt District! r-l' l-rnnf- rWth District Udou ptiltar.. Eighth District W. J.roweU KTlnlh hl.lrt,-(Tt. V. UlIOU-11. Tcntli District L. F, W. JtotliCDStclu. Eleventh District F. BBrowncll ...

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. — 28 July 1892

STATE flEPUnUGAHr- V30N Oil, MISSOURI. XTKBT TrtTOSDAY tVENINO. ibdxns, Bnslnosd Manager. -IN a BATJTRTJm OOIT3EO JHH3 XnUred at te TottoJtc at Jejferion CUy, Uo,t at second cla$ matter. Thursday, July 28; 1892. Newspaper Law 1 SxC. 2. If a perion orders hli paper diicontlnued lie must pay alt arrearage, or the publisher may continue to aendlt until payment ! made, and collect the whole jimounU.whetlier 1L1 taken fron the office his umu uv ypypmn it miw it flio. S. Tho coarta Jiaye decldeillfiftC re Itfttaft.'tQ ftA.. a vftiwupMT.oc pertwHeai 1 MVWvieTlKfeepRMfCe'A' vi?m1'TOsday on- business for ' I sliawSs done considerable work of latojor tho traveling auditor of tho tt pee month ,-" v " lef, month 1 riio... ;.. Paa.ItaUsPan Column. ,,, XinihauTcilnrii XMacMrots jmTCt rtr.aif tut, tocali 9 eenta pf i line each Inaertion. v '-"V,al'eIn01'th Lmtanv I f J LOCAL AND GENERAL? The hot weather lias been suffici ent for even the oldest Inhabitants. llendlcy Mooro- is doing .a nice busines...

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. — 28 July 1892

ALL AROUND. NOTES. It li a little Into to enter a defense of Cain for killing lib brother, Abel i but & book having that end in view is out. An exchange prints a telegram headed "uncomfortable at gray gables." It Isn't half so uncomfort able there; now as It'wlll be early In November. Now that the Scnato has struck out the amendment prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors ou the grounds, perhaps Texas will recon sider and agree to officially take part In the Woild's Fair. M.Itf.'.WlHEOrCAHOUl tor built dlMUM. If the courts keep up the good work of sending the Democratic bat iviiuuHunry m mnu nunv luugvrj mo State will certainly .cast, hex vote-far. & Harmon and Uctil ."-;;. y etc., go to Ueorgo l'orth, tbo leading 'welry house In Central-Missouri, low est price, considering quality of good, wnlcli are warranted as represented. 1 JJig crops jnakc.lhls' another bad .year ior. the calamity wallers. In fact,- the soil and -atmosphtrer-ot America are not healthy Tor this tia...

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. — 4 August 1892

rlTii: State VOLUME XXI. I Republican, -i - ' ' ' JEFFERSON OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1802. .. . . . .. NUMBER 34. i ktoflrvtoal hope jot it -hptos owj Jicr lune warn cnor, ndefiq'Jl tmd tfai iiftr cHhcs with a InUtwiq glows thai thowcf her i Mr I mm i '-ii ium ii. TTTH LMKBlfiKSCa, T. LOUIS. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Part. CONGRESSIONAL. in ttte eennte on Ike. SGih the' report oMtacon ft itth on the tifih'iincir iiiu Vm adopted, lea In "BIT tbe imiMli t tU U hill U-te dlRDOHetl of. Mr Halt; h refMittkn tit to lbl relative effects . ot the rcpuMlcaa policy ft "protection. ' and ! ilrmorratie policy oi 'tarlfl for revenue emit,' waft dlnpUBucd, The nomln.;t1na of Judge -KnifM supreme court Justice nit tarn-dmc-d . In the hounelUls went posited net tins ip-iri lands In Oktarten).'. territory for school p'irpowA. and forMddlnjf railroads to charge ov r tbrpc ce nts per mtle on patnenper fare la tti Indian territory and Oklahoma. Thecto fervnee report...

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. — 4 August 1892

"3 -'A -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. SabssFlptloo, $1.00 Pop Year, O. H., ltonntits, Business Manager. Thursday, August 1892.' ADVERTISING HATES. Vri..... ia ptr month noe-nslf lse ..... is r month ho.Omrlrr Po 10 ! IrtOIlth Column.. . , ltmnlh l.i4ttin 1 flomn,-M cents per loch per month IMacoant on y esrlr-ion trans, fcctli ft conti per lino each Insertion. For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indlnlia. For Vlco President, Whitolaw Keid, of New York. . .EUctjtal Wctotr Vk understand that lliero Is great ileal of dissatisfaction among Demo crats In Cooper county over tlio nom ination of D. VT. Shalklcford.for clr. cult Judge. Dalton Is good enough to vote for the colonels but not good enough to bo Governor;"" ITifniiTTf armeTrliave been taugltt a lesson in tbo past twenty years. They can t bo whip ped Into lino as in the past. W AVarxeu should bo elected the colonels will bo tlio "carpet bag' gcrs-tpoor fellows (ejira sorry for them because they don't know how to...

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. — 4 August 1892

' -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CIT x1, MISSOURI. roittsniD evert ttivrsdat EvisiKa.' G, 8. Bobbins, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION. am$a? BAwnji copies iraRBini. JTnlfred at (As i'oi!o!c at J'jtnon Cltg, Me., a$ eecoM.2 tlrut metier, 1 "IHw rJeriea.'Jan. 7, isno.1 Thursday, August 1, 1802, $40,000 in Premiums At tho Stato Fair ofScchlia on Au, gust 15 to 20. ' - Picnic, There will be a Catbollo picnic at Elston, Colo county, Mo., August 24, !8!2. Excursion trains win uc -tuu-Ji-w4y, S12.00 to Denver ami Return. On August 3 M 7, Inchulvo, tickets will be on sale to Denver at tbo above very low rate. Tho tickets will bo good tn return on or before October 11 189i For lull particulars Inijutro ot 3x0. J . Chljicii. Barbecue. There will bo a grand barbecue nt lenry Schubert's urove at luos lor tbo benefit of tlie Lutheran church Tuesday. Auir. Dili. Everybody In vited. If tbo weatber shouhrjie too unlavorablc on Aui. Olh, Iben tbo barbecue will tib litW tho next day. Attention Young...

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

1 ALL ARO.UND NOTES.. Adlal also. Is well acquainted with iuq capital it Tho big crops In the Northwest arc taiKing tins; year, amiii m no cai. amity wall, either. Undo Sam to that Canadian coon t Will yoircomo" flown, or shall I shoot tulj load of retaliation Into. you. Dan Lamont's absence from the countryls made painfully evident by Mr. ucYclaml s late letters and speeches. The skirt dancer who married an English nobleman may be said to haV3 kicked herself intajilgli soda! posi tion. David Beaten Mil .Is reported to have said that he. was tired of tbo .Senate. TheSenato has been tired of Hill for sometime. M.tlr.v.wiHCorcABOUl lor femiUdiaeun. Candidate Weaver is Just as confi dent now as he was in 1880-and his confidence will bo repaid tiy-aoout iur. Lieveiarm i.inir.i uvt. history of civil service reform, bnt-m practical mailers he pins liU faith to men like Hnrrlly, me i-uiiaiei phlajpoilsman. f,orwti'lie',cloc1,ewelj', silvcrwaro etc.. r li Umirim rnrtli. the leaUIui: Wlien a...

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. — 11 August 1892

; , ' ,i .. " "... , N VOLUME XXI. - JEFFERSON OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1802.1 NUMBER 35. -e CLAIRETTETSOAPF 7' Tijerca tanks of violets, Banks of moss, . And bajjKs wtjere njlrjers grope " Arid bw.Kt ttie.1: fjdle golden coin i J FAlRBANK-uiska'THE-BEST-'SOAP, THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary" of tbo Dally Now WASIflHOTOK NOTES. lit answer to the United States laves Ufratlonfot 'the ugar trust, n the do tend An U claim Ithat they entereitlato ho cbmbfoallonvliftteTer. . yiiK secretary of the treasury' post poned the announcement of bids for tho (tirtklruction of the public building' at mumnfftom ULc in order tluU.thi moiiify their propcwuil In aCeordanoq VlttrilieeVlaoor'Iaw. bULftqindlDfrthfTuflt of March "8f xnTr rVrrlrrp rir the court ofpltfl JUW nicuon in con ws tea iana patent caM4. Onmcns hare been lsaued again to clear the Cherokee .strip of cattle, many thousand found to-bo grnxlog' la de fi ll nee tjl rxccutlro orders. Gi.NOHATii.ATios sycre exchanged PSBB FASS TO T...

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. — 11 August 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year", O. S. Bobmxs, Business Manager. Tliursdny, August 11, 1892. ADVMITISINO KATES. a...."S25 per month nae-llalf Tmt I ' "" Oii ltiiilnrn jo per month nim rftniMlh Lcaetheal eoloma.SO kbIi pel lara per month Dleroaat f earlj roatrarta. , Locals 8 rents ye, line tun Insertion, CoanrtEsS adjourned on Friday last after receiving the report of tho Wat son Investigating committee nlilclr reported that members bad been "slightly intoxicated on the floor of the Heme," hut not to the extent claimed by Jlr. Watson, Tub Republicans' of MIS9CUtl.be- lieving that the election of Warner will Increase the weallli of Missouri $100,000,000, ask the honest Demo cratic voter who Is not a colonel or an olllceholder to vole for tits own Interest and thereby "Stand up for Missouri. For "President, Bonjamin Harrison, of Indiana..,.,. For Vloa FiWlilehr, Whitolaw Hold, DAVID 1'. DYEIt. ot St. I-ouls. AMl'KI, K. BUOTT, of Clay coun...

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. — 11 August 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- "JEFFEli&ON orrf, liisaotJiu. rOBLISntD EVERT THrRSDAT ETtHISO. G. S. Bobbins, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1: A YEAR, Entered al tht ToXofflct at Jtjeriin City, Afo,, as teconti ttau matter. ; (New Strlei.-Jao. Tt 1890.) Thursday, August II, 1892. i 4 1. Newspaper Law, EEC. J. If perion orders his jijjpet discontinued lie muit pay H arrearages, e? the publishers may continue to send It until payment la made, ind collect the whole amount, whether ll Is taken from the office or not. There can be no leg! discontinue . .nce until tUc-uajment lajuarle. r-y i n r in rnnns rt.nrr. ?ZZ2 1 '" ualnc to taVe'll newtpeiier or peflOTlFvil The Democrats are going to give blg.polltlcal show at Sedalia to off set .the. Yrner rally. They are promising the pretence of the candi date for Vice rrcsldcnt. Major Warner wi av big enough gun fof the Republicans, but Stone does not seem to be nble to draw the crowd for the Democrats. If dull, spiritless and stupid; If your bl...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 11 August 1892

ALL AROUND! N0TE3. 'Die Standard Oil company 1j ap parently furnishing tlio lubricants for i lie Democratic campaign. Tlie democrats arc not saylriR o much ubout that Homestead affair lnco they founJ out the wages paid the striken .According' scientists (he proper term for crazy people Is bcliotic, and not lunatic. 'We had been under the Impression that the term bcliotic be longed exclusively to the Bill Demo crats. "Late to bed an Airly to rite will shorten the road to, your homo In the skle." lint early to bed and a 'Little Early Klscr," the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. A. liTUKDF.Nnr.Ror.n. - A New York paper Bays cr-Sccro-taryUayard is taking a vacation. Yes, arid its a long one, too t lie's been taking It ever since the 4th of Starch, 1881). 17icrc.ia.UUledQubt that Demo crat lp -fllHoitertrnT-Wttrewlltrtise' rottratrUM,plorti,fwt)rrTtlrernrafTi 'ic ko la ueorce Lortn. tneieauinsr cwciry.nc-ufe in ucnirataiissouri low est price, considering quality of .good...

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. — 18 August 1892

VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1802. NUMBER 30. fltofefay THE L.AD011 WAR. Prrr v. lj,lr In I hi- Tranlml Mlnc.-.1lii. Tow. or Inimtti iiitlirrit anil III ComM. i:niilM)rl tn tlifl.Mlnr. Tlirrn II iMtl-l hit mi a Train for Nn.lii TlllrTlio Htolk4ilft llr.trnr.il. NAHiivn.t.r., Tern., Aug. in. Tha rust TctincKw miner bid again seek Ing vcniraance. Aliont 8 a. m." 300 of them, heavily nriiuil, inn relied Into tn itinn, a little mining town In Se litntchte. valley. Tliclr object was well &nown, and tho citizen packed np and lied. Tlio afcnb i)f vehgeanco welters wont to the mines nnd dp tnrcd the seventeen guard, marched (lii'iu to tlio stoekattra nml wit them under irnnrit.' Tho 272 cniw -vict who were lit work jrere then taittTi la victoria, jt miitr tuiaiM Hour' THEBPRCSIDENT'S WIFE, lln. llrrl..n M mill very pick Woman some vary Mack sUint ; iSamEnEfSSlr ti&faa out. :1sffiit prcrrntthclmrnlnffollho stockade If further trouble ensue, tho jrorernor...

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. — 18 August 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUHL 3absot"Iptlon,"$1.00 Par Yeor, G. 8. RoBSUn, Bnsifiess Manager, Thursday;, August -16c 18D2- . ADVBKTISINO KATES. Jrmli ..a-si.it r.'.s ijrn..b n.. n 10nonth CvlnaiB s psr mania Liiltku I ! ceoUilocliprniOtith Ularaaal jmly realrscls. Lacals I mil rI Has nth lassttloo. For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. For Vice President, of New York7, f. - t -.5 v DAVID r. DYEH.-orst. iSufi.,' SAMUKL K. SCOTT, ot Clajr couutr- . DISTRICT F.tEOTOttS. ' nt Dlstrlct-Jolm C. McKlnley. .Second District C I. Morrisoil. Third District-1;. T. fI"llt.UI", Ulitli Dtstrlot- V. . Tentu nistilct-I-. F. HKotl.ei stela. JCleientta District F. B. Brownell. , Twelfth District-Nathan Col. Thirteenth Dlstrlct-ll.Jt. L'0"- Fourteenth District-Jo. T. Davidson. Fifteenth Dlstilct-O. W. Pltty. 5 is; 1.10 j In Nebraska, SI.2C, tn Iowa, t l.ia.-anrt in'Illlnols 81.13. "Stand up for Missouri." 1'iik Jefferson City colonels, are liattl task masters. Tlioy goliblo tip...

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. — 18 August 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- , JEFFEKSON CITY, MISSOUKL rpmnniD evert tiiuiisda. evening r O, S. Romum, Bnsincsti Managor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, 1K-ADVANCB Entered at Hie TottoStce at Jejerton City, JtfVi., a neronl clanmnlUr, ;lfW-rl.Ja-.,JJW.l Thursday. August 18, 1802. Newspaper Law. 6(0.1. if a penon ordera -paper dlacontlriuiid lio tmiit -paf nil arrearagea, or tu t putilleti mar x.nltnug to aend It until pa rmenl Is nnid. And collect the whole aniount, w lietlier it fa taken from the office pf pot. There can be no legal discontinu ance untll'lbe pa)inent la mads. 8K0. H. The cou'rta hare u elac d tlt re (tmlnft to-uka- iuiwjtnAncrQt.ptrl9llcal Job n V. llclnrlchs It tlio prou,d and happy father of a gltl paby. John no congratulate you, Tho county dcmdciatlo ticket Is sufllclcnlly harmonious to require a separate and special tent for each candidate-. If dull, 'spiritless and stupid; if your blood Is thick and sluggish ; U your appetite Is capricious an uncer tain, yoa need a Sars...

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. — 18 August 1892

ALL AROUND NOTES. Representative Henderson, of Iowa calls It the "pork barrel Congress." The tin nlato liar has apparently turned his attention to the sea ser pent. Gladstone has got a job as difficult as that which cx-hccrctary Wliltncy has undertaken. "Where am I at?" will soon have to be nsked by Mr. Cleveland, If he docs not "let up" a little on his "fad." Already the iticstion is beginning to be asked, "who klllcil the I'co pic's party?'' The argument upou which Stand ard Oil Whitney principally relics for success' is cold cash. Kor watches, cloclw.jewoly, rilrcrw.it c etc., go t0 t'uorRC I'orth, the lending jewelry notifc in i;cmiiii .Missouri. Low est prices considering quality of goods, which aie warranted as represented. Mr. Cleveland took time between letters to say that he was not expect Ing a visit from Senator Hill. It was a needless waste of time. "t.Uc to bed and early to tisc will shorten the road to your home In the skies." But early to bed and a "Little Karly llise...

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. — 1 September 1892

Ti St ATE i - EPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXI. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUBlJ TITUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1892. . NUMBER 38. ffjree tittle klU eis, soiled fteir tfiittefis, ZZT fin a. wise oidfneitd w VAA1RETTE Soap se little Wttcnis, washed ftek njiiiens WilljisbOAP of Amber hue, $ Quickl istjed, st&in. f' " ft Vere as bricfy, Ad soft as qe CLAIRETTE Soap-Made only by MK.Fairbank&Co. St.Louis. FREE PASS TO T.ZECIE ..." iWf.Tt. --'S3 -i V-' . -v WORLD'S FAIE Have yon nny notion of attending v)i:it promises to 1)0 one of Hie largest and mot mngnlllount exhibition of Its Mini the World lius cut known No man, woman or rhlltl fan afford to miss tills womlcifiil exhibition, es pecially when tliey can go PHKK 01' UJlAlltiK. Wo are making tip a train load for Uhle:tp;u In ISM, and we want yon lo romu ami go wltli us. Ito membcr, wu nave said It. shall con von nnlhltig to go ami cninc. V will present yon with a MUST UI-ASS UOVXD-Tlll l TIVHIJT, W.V.'i'Of' GirAJlGlu, The only consideration Is, that yon...

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. — 1 September 1892

-THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subsoflptlon, $1.00 Per Year, Thursday, September 1, 1892. ADVERTISING RATES. $29 per month oie-lUtf rre 15 per month Oie-lturtr Pigc ID per month Olnin. H per month tthn 1 roliiinnl.'iO rtnti pcrliiihperiiionlh 7)l,teant on yearly contrsptf. Jvof ! cents per line each Insertion. For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. For Vice President, Whitelaw Reid, of New York. Electoral Ticket. PAVlt) V. DYEK, ol St.-Louis. SAMUEL F. SCOTT, of Olny county. 1II8T1UCT lXKllTOlW. rirst nistilctJobn C. MuKlntcy. Kccoml District 0. D. Morrisou. -Tlilra District L. T. Moulton. Fourth District David Itonhaiu. Fifth DistrictJoseph McCoy. Sixth DUtrlct T. P. l'rmly. Seventh District Oilon Guitar. Eighth District W. J. l'owell. Vlnlli TiUfrlo.t 11. '. UltSScll. Tenth District L. V. W. Kothcnstclu. Eleventh District F. 11. lirownell. Twelfth District Nathan Cole. Thirteenth District 11. It. Cnhoon. Fourteenth District lo. T. Davidson Fifteenth Distri...

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