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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 26 April 1894

JTUFFEltSON CITY, MISSOUUI. publiriicd Evim riunsDAY j:raNisa. SUBSCRIWION, $1. A YEAR, oi&r- Eulmd Hi the 1'vstv.Clcc at JeQenmi CUy Mil, hk nrrmul ,! wiltV c N- Sptlcn, .Inn. ", tK. Thutsdny, April 2li. 18!) I. CJc swspnpcr Law. flue. If i'rnn or.iord nm imppr dttrnntlniiFil tio must pay nil nriv.ii'uKos. rrlhc piiMIlnrn inav I'otillntic In wiul It until pn incut In nmili'.iilnl colli it the w li"ln MM.inil, whcllui' 1 l tntifii ft mil tl' i'HI'0 or not. Tlu-re enn lo mi Irunl illw-onllinl-iiiicp until Mm pnjtncnl l miiili'. M !. H"' I'l'tulK 'li'ililt'il tint to luill'i; tu hike n nctttpnpir or nerloillrnl hum the polollli-c,nr li uinvlnit nml h'lnlti? Ihfin itni-iillul for In pilum hul.i c lili-urn i( Intentional fraud. ,-P.rr7S. HH8 PACIFIC KAIMJOAIl TIMK TAI1LL' WT.STWAttll. Mo l.nni' Kxli'i3"- Aiilves! iA. p.m H, 3, Night SU a. Ill No. 5, Leaves 1 !2Hi Kxpri'. An Ivi' I'll Leave WW ii. hi. I' No. I i.n.it PilSSIilll'IT. AlllU'" l it.l'J J.I enves 12:-I" p.m. . I . W I,. l...

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. — 26 April 1894

-"""if 4Vell STA Yoii Look" Surprised at the oful Improvement. Co , T.ni 11, Mini.! I tnUi- ittcuMiru In writing Hit I haw ptcIwiI from tnltinu Horn I'm Sam.i liartll... llw ry sprlnir nml Htiimnrr tor Mx veitr fir more, my health Iris U vn no imor from hciirt tionUo utuH'HH'r.U itoMlliy tliat ut limes lift) w.is a hurilen. Iwoulil In iM.iir so Emnclotod oncIWonk nnd Pnlo that my frli'inW thorn w I wtihl not live Innj? coiiM do ttt'itrci'iy nnv worlt nt nil mitl hud to lirdnwii ctrrv ti w mitiun'K I t'i'i,Mti pt'Ullij worsr In January, loxmy ni tlesh ami fiTitiirt.o tirttl I thought I ouM trv IUoils S .rup.v rllla and 1 am lupin to 1 urn In betur hiMitli SOLSVILLE MIRACLE. Ao.BtQraUon of Phllnndor from Pnralyela. Hydo than t lmi U-tti for a tnmilur of yars My trh ruW remark in tnt 'Wliv liou u 11 otilorlt.' T tell thi'tn it h Hun!' S.irup.irilU that has dime the work I uouW liav all nufUTitiB hu matittv r'v tin- ir. iltln" a trl.il and he en Mnctd This hi ut'iin'iil i Trui' to Hip I...

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. — 3 May 1894

THE state Republican. VOLUME XXIII. JBFJSBItBON 011 COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 18!)4. NUMBER 21. V OF MISSOURI, THE POSTAL SYSTEM. POBTOFFICB INSPECTOR, JOHNSTON TBI.Ifl OF TIIH WANUUNO OF MI8 POUIII MAIL AND TUB COST OF THIS SURVICK. ofllce Inspector, In n gonial young Mis eourtan who has risen to high rank In the postal service. He ts n newspaper, man by profession and has been nlways a leading spirit In the Missouri Press Association. He was formerly clerk in the department of Btato at Jefferson City but upon Mr. Cleveland assuming ofllce he was appointed to an Important posU tion In the railway mall service. When Mr. Cleveland was the second time elected president he made Mr. Johnston In spector In charge of several Btates with headquarters nt St. Louis. This position, like the others he has held, Mr. Johnston has 11 lied with distinguished ability and faithfulness. He understands postal matters thoroughly and no ono Is more competent to write of them. Written Speci...

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. — 3 May 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFEHSON CITV, MISSOURI. Subscription l'rleo, SI. 00 l'er Year. Thursday, May U, lS'J I. J. C. FlSUKll, tittitor. ADVKltTlSINC! HATKS. Ono Inch, l luontl Ouc-mmrtcr fiiliinui, l iiumlh. OuC'hnif column, I iihiiiIIi... One column, l month Onc.iimirti'r imio, l miinth.. One.lniU inure, 1 lumilh Discounts on j curly eonliact. locals, " cents per lino each IiihtiIoi.. (111 .. :; ."iii ,. (i .Ml .. II .Ml ..17 0(1 ..Si 00 n. P. BLAND, In this jhsuo there will bo found ii sketch of Congressman H. I'. Hlniid mill his interesting family. It will bo read liy his constituents .throughout tho distiict with interest, because Mr. Wand it n untioitiil tiguro mid ono of tho most promi nent Democrats in congress. Whilo lui has occupied position on tho liniiiicinl question that hnvo never mot tho approval of tho llopiibliean.s, ho has nevoitholoss stood llimlv for ii Democratic principle thnt hai been adhcrod to liv his constituents. ANMII'M'KMIAT. To the. Dclnociat- of Cole Coiin...

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. — 3 May 1894

' ill ii i mm- rEFFEHSON CITY, MISSOUItl, rOBUSHFD EVIM rilJltSDAV EVSNIHO. SUBSCRIITION, $!. A YEAR, IN- 3Mn?Xjm COPIES 3TR3333H. Rnteml at the l'ottofkt at Jtprmn City n nrfowl cl't'K miitfcr. INcwBiTlon, Jmi. 7. HOT, I Thursday, Mi.V . 18'JI. Newspaper Law. Sue. If n l'ci-fioii or.icr ni I'apei dlironllmioil lio mint pay nil niTcnrngen. or the pulillalion imiV cmitlnue In ecml It HUlll p)liioiitl mnilc.nntl collect the whole dinomit, whether 1 l tnkcii from tlio olllco or not. Tlure) fun lie 110 leijiil eltiicoiillnii nucc"tintll llio payment In made. pic. 8. Tlio courta Imvo decided Hint re luili'g lo tnKo ii lienniMpcr or piiliiillciil fn.in Hie iioilolllcc,(iriciiioliiK nii'l leaving them micullcil rorln prima fiichi c Uleiiccol Inti'iillonnl frntul. PACIFIC KAIMIOAD TIME TAMX. WKSTWAIIU. Ko I.Dny Express... Arrives 1 1 :0C p.m. ' ' Leaves 1:20p.m. Nleht Express. Arrive Vil- it- n .k f Leaves 12::I0 ft. in Ko. 6, Local I'MocpKiir. Arrives l'-iao J. Leaves 11: 15 p.m. No.' 9. T...

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. — 3 May 1894

JEFFEIiflON CITY. - MIBSOUJU. IN WASHINGTON. The rcinitillcanR of tlio liouso havo .... .......1.11., f tl.n .lbl,r ,,( tl, salnrlcB of members of absenteeism. Tlio liouso commltteo on coinage of . . i .I.. . ..it. .. i .1 ... uie i rnuK tiiti iutrr uui r.uu iu uti Tlio BHimtn lias continued tlio do- L IN 1111)1117111, LI1H 1111 Will lmHH Illtl Bonnto nbout Juno Ilrst. In tlio house tlio poHtolllco niul diplomatic appropriation bills were passed. Tlio latter carries $l,'21H,f:i8, uie appropriations lor me current year. TUB INDIANS l'UOTKsT. Tlio llvo tribes of civilized Indians that inhabit tlio Indian Territory have Issued, through their commis sioners, a very vigorous address to the president and congress, protest ing against the proposed division of their lands among them, and aboli tion of the tribal form of govern ment. They say that the opening up of tlio Indian Territory that is con templated, will Injure all of their Interests, and Mill bring upon them not merely financial r...

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. — 10 May 1894

fa - 1 lb in 1 THE STATE REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII. IN WASHINGTON. IT PLEASES IIUHD. Frank Iturd, tho Ohio froo. trader, Is very much pleased with the tariff bill. He says the average reduction of tariff taxes Is abont 30 per cent frd.n tho McKlnloy law. nicquEfrrnD mlby to hiibion. It Ib reported that Secretary Mor ton requested the resignation1 of Prof. 0. V. Itlley, chlof cntomold gist. Prof. Riley was formerly state entomologist of Missouri. Differences between the secretary and Prof. Rlloy caused tho trouble. Prof. Rlloy resigned Friday to take effect July 1. IN CONallESS. ' In the house the appropriation bills have tho right of way. In tho senate tho tariff has been the theme of discussion. There have boen at times bitter debate upon It. Turplo (dom., Ind.) gavo Aid rich (rep., R. I.) sovero criticism for state ments ho had made. It-Is predicted that tho bill will pass before June 1st. ST. CHARLES COLLEGE WAR CLAIM. The house committee on war claims has reported favorably on th...

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. — 10 May 1894

TV STATEJEPUBUCAN. JBFFEHSON CITY, MISSOUM. Subscription Price, 81.00 Per Year. Thursday, May 10, 1891. J. C. FISH Kit, Editor. ADVERTISING RATKS. One Inch, 1 month One-quarter column, 1 month. One-half column, 1 tnontli . . . One column, 1 month Oiie-wunrtcr page, 1 month.. One-lmH mice. 1 month Discounts on yearly contract". Locals, " cents per lino rnch liiscrtlnt. ..81 00 .. :K.o .. ii fit i ,.. Mi . .17 00 oo nine juilifios it fair thinking citizen in upholding tho coniluct of tho Couimonwculors in thoir clYoit to croato n Bcntiinuut by tho irmarch to Washington nuil demand for legisla tion at tho hand of congress. Tho constitution ami laws of tho United States olVur a ledress for all wrongs, and that rodroi-s is obtained at tho ballot-box. Tho Common wealer, in his march to Washington, has ilono tho reputation of the country great harm in gning the woild n fnl-o notion of tho rights of tho people in petitioning emigre-. uiolit for lecislation. 1 hero is a pre- City. scribed mo...

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. — 10 May 1894

nSFFEUSON QITY, MISS0U1U. mi TDBLHHED KVTttt TIIUnSDAV EVEMW1. SUBSCRIPTION. $1, A YEAR, -1N- nDvnitca f-i a -ivT-rT.,Tn COJPXJSS3 irximifl Siilrml nt Ae I'oitofflee at Jeftnon GU'J .ln ner-ourf clis i.mtier. (New Berle, Jan. 7, 18'JO.I Thursday, Muy 10, 18'Ji. Newspaper Law. Skc. If n pcieon oraci's- iiu paper rfi.r,i,ihniri1 lm intmt liny nil nrrciirngc. orllic imlillnliors mnv continue " ctidlt until pnjinent l innilc.and collect llie whole mount, wlutlicr 1 IS tnKcn "om inc nni-u or not. Tlicro rim lie im lejrnl dlnconllnil unco unlll Hi? payment lnjuaJo. Skc. !l. 'lli cotirm have decided Hint re hulri! lo lid.c ii newspaper or periodical from llie puntoHlcp, or rcimi hiR aiidlcnihur tliem middled Tor In prlinii fiicla cUdcnicol Intentional Iraud. PACIFIC BAILUOAD TIME TABLE. WKSTWA1U1. So 1. Day Express... Arrlvusl'.OC p.m. ' Leaves 1 :20p.m. it.. 3, N'lght Kxprcw. Arrives 12.- 0 a. m Leaven 12 :.I0 n. in. No. 0, Local Passenger. Arrives l'.'OT p J. Leaves 12!-b p.m. Mo.' . Tex...

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. — 10 May 1894

hrn Dnnimi ir AM THE RUNAWAY BOY". by jamk w inrrown iui.kv. .... i. nt, 1 miat'ti "J 1"' ntfcil mil n runm-U nnv cllmnl mer our buck fonro thcjlmsnn wccilf 'nt uronril pr'wlirrc nil t1mii Hip mini, n I cot mil ttiiTts iiinl m-n i -...I ..n...l .i.r.iln. rii I met a limn 'tit It'll . . . ..i i ...i ... - ,,,,, i rnt Mown n Ii.ntf. "'"' pro IMll" WKH :i-pl:i.Vn, 1 n uri'iit Mr lt? t'M "Hnnhl" it Juinpi'tl tit ninl fkriTnl mo tun. n I w)iniiTiil prtnt mi tln omclii-ily htttlcri'it 11 rj ! I JlHt Inukt'll OXfr'wlH'M', tliej wnr imbutlj IIuti'. not to. hut I nt triild U try (,'u inn u " Ail "v tin n tnrilu hnrlH m tli onl InM'Ii-- 1 WIU1I Illi IHJl (111 u-u . .1.. ..i-i en-' ii C!iti un ti'lU'il mi' wit" 1, IIII VI l ii'U wunr limnr tiitHhc ii h.i nil' then'. t I u.uMti t im inn it'll lint j my mime mi hv m.. 'Wrii, MM lunkl'il in' up 111) ... . illt' IJtH'WM UhlTi- I ill' Mil' Kill"" en Miv Id) nil- lutp wit' 'lift- i m j mil whi'ii lii' kt'il un. iMbPii i in' tni Lfiri mo. .in I'm las...

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. — 17 May 1894

BP"1 ftr'-- THE STATE REPUBLICAN. 3 IF it.'. IS: VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1804". NILMI5HK 123. IN WASHINGTON. THE AMENDED TAIUFF BILL. Tlio tariff bill as amended In the democratic cancan mot Blmrp crltl clsm when presented to tho senate Tho republicans donounced as a cowardly makeshift arranged to catch votes. Senator Hoar (rop., Muss.) said that no self-respecting democrat could vote for it. Tho dobato was bitter at times. Mills (dom., Texas) declared he would not be bound by caucus action and would vote against every one of the caucus amendments that did not lower the duty. Ho would, how over, vote for the bill If It lowered tho tariff to a point less than tho McKinloy bill. Tho bill should be allod, bp said, the Gorman or Brlce - -bill. He said tho bill was a soil-out to tho protectionists. Senator Jones (dem., Ark.) was linked what foundation thero was for tho Intimations or statements that tho amendments recently proposed by him, a...

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. — 17 May 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFFltSON CITVr, MISSOFltl. Subscription 1'dce, SI. 00 Per Vcnr. Thursday, M.iy 17, 18UI. THE REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. J. C. I'ISlllUl, Editor. ADVKIM'ISINO HATFS. Tho selection of Kxcel-ior Spring as tho place for holding tho iio.U l(cpnllioim stiilo convention will cor tuinly not moot with tho homly ap proval of tho lleptllilicuiM or Slis milii. Tho notion of tho ooinmittoo will piuvo a j,'10"' niistnl.o. Jl caiinot bo othor tlmn nnfiiitiiniito. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN TION. ' Rial Absunco of Harmony. Lonhra Contesting Inch of Ground. VORY Every Tho Doinocriilio stuto convention . m . 15 .Ml .Kim ,:u no One lueli, 1 month ' One-iniirtereoluiiiu,l inoiilli One-lull minium 1 niniitli-. One enliinin, 1 niontli Onc.ctiHi ti-r page, 1 niontli. nnclinlf more. I inuiilli.... Discount-' on cmly ciiiilinet". l.ocnN, ." cculs per line eneli llieitlol.. AN.sot vk.mi:n r. To the DeinoeiaH of '"le Connlv: I licrcbv iiiinoiinee luy.clf :i" n cniiill dale or 'tlie olliee o...

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. — 17 May 1894

"JOU.ESMU'B if nSFFEHSON CITY, MISSOUIU. rUDLlSHED EVIIII TII3RSDAY EVSNtNd, 7Vf DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, -IN- ADVnflCQ ffiitcrot ( iic l'mtofflet al Jf Jetton Otlf Mn an fremiti eluw mnler. Now ScrlM, Jan. ", 1S!W. I Thursday , May 17. I81U. Newspaper Law. Sue. IT n pornon nrjcru nt I'.iper rfi.miiiliinpd lie nnint iny nil iirronrwri-" nr the publisher innv eoiillniic to wild It mill! pii) Hii'tit Is tniiilc mill t "Heel the wliolo lunomit. whcllicr.l In Inlteii from the ollli-o or not. 'liieiu cmi lie " h-Kid dlscontlnu mice until llii" imjmcnt In ninth'. Kin-. II. The courta linvo tlerl'le'il tlnt ro null ir lo lake ii iirwcriii'iT ui- iniliiilli'iil Iii.im llic op.loll!ic,m ii iiiinliiK mill tcavliiff I li in uitriillcil for In iirlimi lui'ia cviueiie'eui Inleiitluiiiil Irnild. I'AOIFIC KAILHOAD TIME TA1ILK. WKSTW'AUI). KoLDay Kxprees... Arrives 1:0C p.m. ' ' Leaves 1 :2Up.m. Kxiness. An Ives 12 : Leaves 1i! ::t0 n.in. 1'aesenEcr. Arrives vl:.V) Le...

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. — 17 May 1894

ft ' State Republican. ,JEFFERSON.,CITi, MISSOUIU. FOR AND ABOUT WOMEN. now curious. TVIIOII JliVK", IVST. Nil 1HI A" Halil one lit I If ulrl I" nnotliiT llllli' Jjlrl Ah ITnlhlty nn roulil hi', "I'll li'llj-mi ffitncthlnjc wrj nln. Thnt my pjiim tnM tm1: Hcaitlil I wjii llii' MwM'li'at Klrl 1 That (WT tht'r' ci.ul.l lu'l" Hal. I llicntluT lllllo t!lrt tn thai nnnllttli' itlrl "VhJ,lmNt Iiiik rim , vml ln'T I'ur lli.il lJut llii' wry Mini' thlntf Tti.tl my li.ipii tnl. I tni'I" I n.t tu'tthrr m.i ihim'I tint llltli' Klrl, M Hill Mill' I'lltlM m-i.'i 17' IS I ll'.l V (!' HEX. llcrrj lli'iiniii. In ilici'i iilur . A man lovcil n woman, 1ml hIio laiiulicil ill him. Thou, thnmuli mli'f. lie in'caini' III. anil was llkn t tlii', In mtv ili'.iair of Iter love. Whereat jiitj iDiK'hi'il lier lu-ait, ami pit Kivw In lovr. W'Iiom lir rami' l know Hum. liavinK now I lie low h' hail n Jrainril In pnisi'iH, In' io jnloi'il iri'!itl. anil ni'iiw finin his boil. ,ml HlraiKlilwny hi' nn to luvi' ai...

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. — 24 May 1894

if 5- It" 4f " Jss-v rV 5 Br THE STATB REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII. Democratic Convention JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COtfNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 18!)4. BLACK NOMINATED FOR BUrREMH JUBQD AND OARRINGTON FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT, JO. FINKfl FOR RAILROAD COMMIS 8IONER. A. LIVELY CONTEST OVER THE PLATFORM, BUT BLAND AND STONE CARRY THROUGH THE SILVER PLANK. Tbe democratic state convention had a lively time in Kansas City last week. It was called to order at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning by 0. 0. Mafllt, chairman ot the democratic state central committee. The following were the commit tees on platform and permanent organization, and the state central committee: PLATFORM. Flnt district E. It. McKce, of Scot land. Second E. it, Harbor, ot Grundy. Thlrd-E. C. Hall, of Clinton. Fourth John W. Coots, ot Platte. Fifth F, 0. Johnson, of Kansas City. Bllth J. W. Buddeth, of Johnson. Seventh O. II. Travers, ot Greene. Eighth Richard P. Bland, of Laclede. McDearmon, -T. F. of St, Ninth Charles. Tenth...

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. — 24 May 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. TOFFBUSOK CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription l'rlcc, 81.00 l'cr Year. Thursday, May 2'i IS'JI. ,. (7. MS 11 Kit, Jiil Hot: ADVEIfl'ISlNCt ItATLS. l mi . :'. .mi . (I .Ml . !) Ml .17 I'll ,:t3 mi One Ini'li. 1 month Oiie-nunrter column, 1 inunlli. Onclial! column, 1 nuinlli.. . One column, 1 liiont I Oue.iiuarter I'iirc, 1 month.. Onclilllf I1II1TC. 1 llllltltll Dlicnimia on j rally cnntiacH. I,ocnW, ceul per llni' each Iiim-UIiii. Annoi nckmknts. lleinnctiiti of Cote County: True to its hidiln of duplicity, tlio notion o tho democratic Convention gnvo expression to imtn,'ouitii to tho A. 1. A. in its pint form, whilo in tlio selection of n caiulUlnto for railroad commissioner, it oinphnti cully npproM's llio seutoniont enter (nined by that orgeut.ution, having selected an avowed A. I. A. as a enlididiilo for railioad commissioner, l-'ir-t loweiing its divinity liy un noiiuuini; its Inutility to tlmt or enmizutioti, it next proceeds to pat it on tho back by iioinitintiitj...

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. — 24 May 1894

' LI ' Vl L ri- K id' ' JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOMU. rnnusHED Evmi rnansoAT evenino. - SUBSCRMION, $i. A YEAR, BAMPLH COPIES tDTiMTO. Entered at Ihe, littnfflc al Jejeratni City .Vii.,nji jwriwil chiinmnltrr. Nrw Si-rlcn, Jan. 7, law. I Thursday, May 21. 18'.' I. Newspaper Law. 8KC. If pvrnoii oracr ma l'.npct dlncoiitlmied lio mint pay nil iirro:iriij?ei. nr llio imlillslicr may ronllnue l cml It unlit pnj incut la mailcniiil i-ollictllie whole nmolint, wliil'lnr 1 l tnK' from tlic nllli-0 or not. Tlu-ro rim lie no li-Kitl illkcontliiil Mieo until tlie pnjim'iit la nmJr. Rrc. ii. Thr courts Imvo ilrclilul lliat re turn p to tnVcji ntwfii.il.er or in-rloilli-nl from llio ioal o IHcp, or i-imihh lK and lr.ivln Ihfni unridliil Tor la prlinu rutin I'tldeneonl Intrntlonnl fraud. PACIFIC KAil.ltOAI) TIME TAHt.K. WKHTWAltl). NTol,Day F.ipioss... Arrives 1 :.. p.m. Leaves 1 r.Up.in. S'o. 3, Night KxprcM. Arilves 12;- SOa.m Leaves li:'.!!) a So. D, Local Passenger. Atilvcs I'liM ,, ;. Loaves 12...

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. — 24 May 1894

'ntiiMtiii. State Republican. latter JEFFERSON CITJf, MISSOURI. " UNO' QABE'S WHITE TOIiKS, BY THOMAS NfKlilN PAUR. Unele Oabc'a malrr wi lurco planter, nml tlioolil neirrii wn much nlliulii. I In Mm ami hl family. Kflil k t-J.t au.v the "M man'" irii.i'tty, ami itmu' lilmnml hi v. Hi' lolD iholr Krai, nml lliclr nun Inl.i t In- orl.l tnpt't'k liNrnrttint'. Hi wtli'et't'ilr'l.liml conn. back Inlmy tliuol.1 I'laiitiill'iii. Dm' ilay an Unci litlc tanc! nl tlif l.t ir.ilt a tninuir alki up, ami Hip fiillnwliiK l'fm ili'vrll'i tlii.ulmUnlTiilr:l Snrvnnt, Marnier! Ve. mill. ill' '' Olt. lino' (lain. my naliit'; 1 Ihnnki.f, Mirtir, I'm alimil. ' "t-u. "An' l nU 'noi'ianr HIh' miii'li llii' iimi, lM'ly air 'pl.ilnln', lliank lf l-nnl! Hut ill" MnmUT' uwlni' Irr vomi- li frnnl lirimil. "FIlH'iiln placf?" Vc, call, '111.'! Air mlKlily Hue pi'npli' ui) nliln- f"l" war lint ynu ..Hi! lit tor 'a' ai'i'li II '"f at.'". When .1" Marstt'r air ! Mlll IHiM up iljnli WIiimi ilo ivfxer- M M.in.l all ...

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. — 31 May 1894

THE STATE REPUBLICAN. i VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1894. ..Iff NUMBER IN OUR OWN STATE. SEARCHING FOR A LION. The people around Grand Pass, Saline county, are searching for a mountain lion. MISSOURI HANKERS. Tho Missouri Bankers' Association will hold a state convention at Clin ton, June 12, 13 and 14. 1IARRIOAN RE-ELECTED. Major Lawrenco Harrlgan was unanimously re-elected chief of police of St. Louis for a term of four years. , REV. B. W. JOHNSON DEAD. Rev. Barton W. Johnson, associate editor of the Christian Evangelist, of St. Louis, died May 24, aged 00 years. BLEW OFF HIS HEAD. Henry Lommutz, near Lebanon, an '""My'ndustrlous farmer, blew off his head aHla' with n. nlint.onn. Nn paura known for sulcldo. HOLLA'S EX-POBTMABTER ARRESTED. Hamilton E. Baker, ex -postmaster at Rolla, has been arrested on charges of embezzlement and forgery. The amount Involved Is about $800. DUES RAISED. The per capita dues of Grand Lodge, Knights of Honor,...

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. — 31 May 1894

SOT REPUBLICAN. JEFI'EItSON OITY, MISSOURI. Subscription l'rlcc, 81.00 Per Your. Thursday, M.ty HI, 18'JI. J. C. F1SUKU, lulilor. ADVEKTISINU HATES. One tnci, 1 inoDll 81 on Onc-epiiiitcr column, 1 nionlli : .'II Olic-h.ilf column, 1 month f. "ill Cue column, 1 month.. H .Ml One.ipinrtor pne. 1 iiionll 17 (hi One-half pn;o, I month ihMHi Discounts on ) curly coulraoN. Locnlji, 3 eeins per lino cni'li lnii lion. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. It is nppnrnut to ovory olisorvntit citizem Hint thu prospects fur Hopub lienn su ocsi in Colo county mo bettor this yunr tliiin they littvo boon fui twoho or foiutoon yours inst. Tlio people! of Colo county lmvo ovory reason to bo proud of tlto ml ministration of tlio nll'airs of the county whilo tlioy were in eli;irj;o of such mou ns Dullo, Wnguer, l'oith, Scholt, '1'nnuer, (iriiiHhaw, Stamp A.NNOrNt'KMI'.NTS. To the Deiuooials of Colo County i I hereby Hmiouiicc invsolf in :i onmll date for the olllce of heilff ot t'oli county, subject to the elec...

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