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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 31 May 1894

"rf-'"WfvrH t ' sup,---vp',?" - l.'l IEFFEHSON CITY, MISSOU1U. rilDUBHBD EVmi tUDRSDAV EVKN1NO. SUBSCRI1TI0N, $1. A YEAR, -IN- rtDimrica ba.ii:i?IjTIi copies sramK). Kiilcreit at tUt Vontaflce nt Jcflnmn tiiti ln t nfrmul r' nvtlttr, NoivHcrlc. Jah.7, 19.H1.I Thursday, May ill 18!) I. Newspaper Law. SKC. If n Vcrs"' nrjfr" m l':'t'et dlnotillimciriio must imy nil iirrciiriii;e. crtlic puWIklifU m.iv eoullnile Hi send it i-nllt piijineuttn in.iile.ntid collect the whole Hi omil, whether I l InUi-n from t lie ollli-n MM.ot. There can he " Iff-'11' illwoiilliiii unci' until tlm p:ij mf.nt In r.i.utn. h, i , ll, 'I l.i" -couilit liU" (lechled Ijmt re n.tlif! I" ll"i ticttfiwipri" ' I" lioillf.ii lid". U.o r-filtiliiee.i'i-ictiitiVliitf mill lenvtnsf lUm iilidJ.lt il f"f l l'rlma hiclit ciltloucunl iiiienu.iii.il fi'iiud. So.2,a'i:xpicin. PACIFIC KAII.ltOAl) 'J'lMK TA1II.K. .VUSTWAItll. No 1, Day IWpress... Arrives 1 1 :(K p.m. ' ' Leaves 1 KWp.m. No. 3, Night Kxprem. All lie 12:- 80 ii....

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. — 31 May 1894

State Republican. JEFFERSON CIT - MISSOUIU. THE UPS WITH THE DOWNS. FHOM T1IK 8T. PAt'L 1HPAT1I. "Say, pft, will yi It'll im wlml ntnkoH nil (Ills trouble?" Haiti my little fun, Jimmy, to nic. I nklnncl both my feet hh I millttMl u'er the tiiWle, An' tin' (tumiM nrt- Mill Hlekln hi me. There1 the InnK tlreoim hilt where we curry tin wilier An' drive itiiHii the cnllle to tlrluk ; ItwmiM Mite Mi 'o work, an It jn'i-in- thai ) ou ..iiKhler Mm e "ii r limine ilow ii there, 1 tlilnk." U't'll, .Hminj. my aim, liH,e jim in'otTer the qnorj . l'liiliio)ti h milditnce I mm, i;f your work I. , Unlit that Jtni tieer urt-u wtir Tit work jiMt at well run lit-mni; To haf h IHkIi IiHI i' miiil liar a tlre Iim,u, An itir up ul.vi. . jru "Itti the down". From tin' Hnti.li of tn-tt.iy the re N Min-hlne to follow, Aii (unit" trawl lutnlem w Itli frow nt, ii.nl '.iiit nr nemuiH .u-i'rex- i he.ilih, lf VO'I tli Hloll ou w-nilit n-tt Know iIh 1i1ohIiik ' An o mil) lix litntK'T nil' gaunt iloprU.i- Hull 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. — 7 June 1894

ef THE STATEl REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON OITV, COLE COMNTY, M1BSOUKI, TIIUHHDAY, .IUXK 7, 18!)4. IN OUR OWN STATE. OVERRUN WITH BURGLARS. Sedalla Is overrun with burglars, Bovon dwellings having been robbed In one night. BOUQIIT A COLLEGE. The Churches of Christ In Christian Union have bought the Grand River College at Kdlnburg, Grundy county, BAM PRIEST RETIRES. Hon. H. S. Priest Is to retire from tho general attorneyship of tho Mis sourl Pacific, but not because of any political differences with nnyone. ELECTED PRESIDENT. Prof. R. E. Downing, of Stephens Feroalo College, Columbia, was elected president of Pike College, Bowling Green, vice W. Z. Long, resigned. UAR8II ARNOLD RENOMINATED. Fourteenth district democrats re nominated Marsh Arnold for rongress by acclamation and adopted this resolution: lleaolvcd, Thai we roannounco our ad herence to tariff reform, the income tax, free silver and the repeal of tho federal election laws. PARDONED. Gov. Stone has pardoned George ...

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. — 7 June 1894

' f5W ' STATE REPUBLICAN. JEl'TEKSON OITV, MlSSOUltl. Subscription l'rlec, 81.0(1 Per Year. Thursday, Juno 7, 1 8iU . J. C. inSllEl!, Miter. ADVKUt'KSINfi HATICS. One liii'ti, 1 mnnll Oiie-ittiiltrr minimi, 1 innnMi. One-half t'lilniiiu. I innntli... One ('iiliiuin, 1 innntli Onc.iit:ilti'r fy. 1 innntli. One-liiilf liaise, I umiilli iHn-iiimt nn jemly emiliai'l. Locals !i eeii'n pi T line eneli liwrllm, PITHY, POINTED AND PERTINENT Xow that tho populists lmvo en- lltll'setl C'OXPJ' llilll llH Helll'llll'S they slioulil bo culled l.v their proper inline Miehilixtrt. (HI .. It .Ml . . (1 .Mi .. 11 .Ml . .17 (Hi ,..;i-jou henril no i'uv-6ii)n from tlio ivn (Vuits ot I'liir-vinvv us to their fool inrs on this Hulijoot, Imt it ocouis to us tlmt it wouM ceitiiinly bo tn their uilvnntno to coino witliin tin chtiritieil ciiclo. It will only ben mattor of n short limo when they will hocino eleeliiu lights uml water. W'o lioliovu tlmt tlio wul or emn- ... I 1 ! pntiy mill, tno yn-j coiiiikui...

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 June 1894

flMw 3Rjft.T jctxtt , rEFFEltSON CITY, MISSOUHI. PUBLISHED EVtm TUJItSDAY EVENING. SUDSCRUT ION, $1. k YEAR, -IN- RDVflNCH Mu.,t nrmul china witter. INuiv KiTicn, Jtw.T, Isni.l Thuiadav, June 7. 18!) I. IJov3papcr Law. KKC. )f MIMl'M dlMnnlliiucit lie iim.t ny nil ttrri'iirti,'i'. (iillic imlillilicrs mV contliiuc ti Mini II mull lmj meat I' iiimlii. amt collect Hip wlmlo Mrr.iml, wlicllicr I Is taken from Ilio ullli-a or not. Tliurc win be " li'K'd illin'onlhiu imcn uiilll llu ln mi'iit l iim'Ip. (., 1. 'l'l.i' loiiilii lino iloi lild) lint Vi nli tn i.ke ii m-fpi'l"'i- nr ihiIii'IIimI filial Hip iotiilt! ! riimn l"1 iiU'l linvlng I In in uiiniliuj for ii ('lip.'-' fccl" evhli'iuVnl lltt'lilliiniil fnuni. ll-M'JA PluSS ... I'ACIKIC llAltilKMI) Tl.ML' TAIlt.i:- WT.STWAIII). ' Sol. Day Express... Allium J :0' p.m. ' 1 Leave- I :Wi.i. ITo ! N'P'lit Kxiuvm. An Ives 12: ' So a.'m Leaves ia::H)n.m. So. 6, Local 1-at.seiiK. r. Airly l"!:.l'l nJ. braves l2',J.i p.m. So. , Texas Kxprcm Aili...

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 June 1894

State Republican. JEFFEliSOK CITV, - MISSOURI. T ' ' SOMEBODY'S DARLING. 11V Mill. MA Hit' MHTKt ii to n wnni of llirwhllpwiilipi mi1K WJi.Tr tin -tr.nl ilM.I t he l In l:i -Wmin.lnl lo l.iji'JictH, itn'll nntl lMI- ,Mttnihui ilnrtiiiK v in in 'ih ilnj . hitmclHMh il.irllnp1 imii(C nml Iipiui. Wearing "Mil "ii hi "ih Mi - Hmm to li lil.l l.j the lii"t of ttif Krin e- Tlu- UnjriTliiK UvtM of M Ijo.vIioo.1 Mil Hut titi'l tl.iini (in thr 'in ( of koM, KI-iiir tlit Miinw of that f.ilr j mnitf brow , iMlonn- Hit- Ifp-t or ilcliciit lit- Miimclto.h ' h ilarllnK I 1 IK " ll.irk fr..ni flu- tn-autlfu) Miu- witir-1 fiit e Hru-h twr w.iiiiti'rlup nilki n thrr.nl, roH hi Ii.iimI". .! a "ln "t rra'i' Hoim-lio.l.v '(l.irUiitf l "till nnd ilc.nl! K ih tutu im ! fur intn't'o. f tUv: Murmur a prajor Mifi itinl tow, our height mil from the iluMer uki-- Tlie. were wiiiH'lo'l, iililf. uii kii-" . M.inii'l'Mih h.itnl hiilh ti"ti'l tht'i'i1; W.i ii it niuiluT's :i ml whin' nil linn tlu lliit.if n utMerf...

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 June 1894

w. V f ;' THE STATE VOLUME XXIII. EPUBLICAN. X JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNK 14 18!H. NU.MIJEIt 27. OF MISSOURI. TUB STATE REVENUE LAW. THI5 STATE AUDITOR TELLS WHAT IT IIA8 11F.EN, WHAT IT IS AND WHY IT SHOULD I1IS OnKYEl). lion. J. M. Belbert, state auditor, was born In Perry county, Missouri, February 8, 1&17; educated at home schools and In McKendea College, Illinois. In 1808 he moved to Cape Girardeau and engaged In (arming and later In mercantile pursuits. He was sherllt and collector ol Cape Gir ardeau county lor lour years. Ho then served as collector six years. In 1884, he was elected state treasurer on tho demo cratic ticket. In 1888 ho was chosen state auditor and In 1802 renominated and re elected, llo Is a courteous gentleman, an nggrcsslvo politician and an unswerving democrat. Ills familiarity with the rev enue lawmakes hlsnrtlcle upon that sub ject ot the highest possible value. Written Specially tor Tills Taper, The first law providing fo...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 June 1894

t VMIJUW. ML .V -1 , n: STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOU1U. Subscription 1'rlco, SI. 00 Per Year. Thursday, Juno 1 1, 1891. J. C. F1SI1 Eli, Editor. THE YEAR 1004. Tho year 1811 1 will likely lmvo many surprises in ntoro for Demo crats. Ily their worki tdiult Hum jkuow thi'in. Jly llicir work they nro known imtl not fnvorahly either. Thii ago of depression hat hecn it teacher mid tint leon 1ms boon well tnttdd. Wo fed Hint tho ADVKKTISIXC. HATKS. One liu'li, 1 month 81 00 One-quarter column, 1 Hum I h ll .'ll One-half column, 1 month "( One column, t month n Mi One.iiiailcr pace, 1 month 1"UU Oue-lnilf pace, 1 month :tJ Oil J l.ic- i nit mi ) cully coiiUac!. J,ocal-, . ceius per line t'.ii'li ini'itloi.. nntl Martha Wnrlilngton. A fac simile of this building wni seen nt tho Woild's fair, but the counterfoil did not compare with the original. This prourositve age has nude ll convenient to vlutt nil of tho hlstoi leal spots about Valilnglon and Mount Vernon by 'team on tl.u IV...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 14 June 1894

Mini t!ViV J 3ft X. nEFFEUSOK CITY, MISSOURI. ruiii.isnED Evrm nransDAT evenino. SUBSCRIIUON, $1, A YEAR, IN novAHca O-A.XI'Xj.tD C03PIJES XOOia. i'luVrd! t li I'ofliiflct at Jfjermn Otty Mn nn tmmit cii Miiffer. INewSutlM, Jem. 7, IKKI.I trm Thursday, Juno ll, 18'Jt. Newapnper Law. Sr.6. If n pcmon orafM ins paper ' discontinued lio mint p.iy nil nrrenrnKo, orllie I'uWInlierii limy continue to dona It until !ii uirnt In ninilivjiiil collect the whole nine tint, whether i in tnken from the oillco nriiot. There foil ho no Ipfrnl illecontlnu once iiiilll the pnjinciit Is ni.nlc. h c. 'J. Tl.i- t uiirt hove ilecldi'il tlnil re llimijr to tnle o iicvmpniMT or perloillcul Irian Ihc pol(iillco,m-riiiiinlniiiidli ivlnf; ll.clu liwiillid lor In prima Mclii c indu e oi Intentional ti uld. PACIFIC JtAlLUOAD TIME TAM,i:. WKSTWAllll. .Vol, Day Express... Arrives 1 iX p.m. Leaves 1 :20p.m. tfo. 3, Night Express. Airlvcs 13:- 80 a. m Leaves liltllO a.m. No. 6, Local Passenger. Ai lives l!i.'l) p....

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 June 1894

- ' l1 '"" .U, - J." 'J. ., 1 ,. II I I - ' . . . 'WSBBBB pate Republican. rFEitBON cm, - missouiu. 'GENERAL NEWS. KAC1IKU MIKSINO. Sov. David Winn, who In n1no tinner, hns been mlsmiiB ironi ndolph county Rlncu Mny .1. ilo $100 with him, nml It in roared kt ho linn deserted Ills fnmlly. L-HAH WIIKAT I'KOP. CnnsnH mll!ern who nii't tho other at Topeka, plaeo the wheat kid of that Htntn for thin year ai 1000,000 bushel. Tills Is .,("',- short of tho erop of Ib'.i.i mm f 000,00(1 tiUHhelf Hhort of the erop 18IW. li:d0N ktkonui.y iii:irm.tc.N. Nearly coniploto returns from steon countU'H out of thirty-two VB l.oi'd irep.i iiu b,3.r7i (!allowa (dem.) (1,0111; L .... - 1 1... ..).. - ierco (pop.) ii. in. i.mn i .m ltty will not fall below 1;,0I10( the rRCBt plurality ever Riven a win- Ildato In Oregon. The liKmiiilurti im ertatnly tmtely repuVlkan. Lm.on's kohfiutki) noxn. W. P. Taylor, tho l.lmi county Vugltlvu from Justice, Wednesday forfeited a $(1,000, bond, nml a verdict for $lfi.00...

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. — 21 June 1894

i i y.vr r. ' if' THE STATE! REPUBLICAN. i -7a&.t VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISBOUM, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1894. " NUMBER 28. IN OUR OWN STATE. CHINAMAN KILLS HIMSELF. A" Chinaman committed suicldo by shooting himself whllo on an M. K. & T. train near Boonvlllo. WRECKED NEAR OTTERVILLE. Tho Missouri Faclllo fast meat train was wrecked near Ottorvillo, Mo. Nineteen cars were ditched. George Slier, brakoman, was hurt. FOUB HUNDIIED CAIITIIAOB CONVERTS. The Munhall and Birch revival meetings which have boon In progress at Carthago forthreo woeks, have closed. Tho 400 converts stood up in lino and were given the hand shake by tho evangelists and tho pastors of the city nmld the waving of handkerchiefs by tho audience. ST. JOB EPISCOPALIANS IN TROUBLE, . ,- The Bev. Henry h. Foot, of Christ's Episcopal church, St. Joseph, has announced his intention to retire as soon aa possible. Part of his con gregation was inimical to lilra because he Invited a colored minister 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. — 21 June 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. jeffemson orry, Missouri. Subscription l'rlcc, 81.00 1'cr Year. Thursday, Juno 21, 181H. J. C. FJSllEli, Editor. adveutisino hates. I rcr One tncli, 1 inontl 81 00 One-quarter column, 1 monlli 1 Oae-lnilf eoliiiiui, 1 month 0 nil One column, I month 'J " One-ipnirtcr puRO, 1 inontl It W Une-lialf p?e, 1 month -12 00 Discounts on yearly contract. Locals, " ccnis per line cai-h Insertloi.. ANNOL'.NCKJIKNTS. an accomplished fact to-day, anil It will remove two obstacles In the way of pushing the enterprise. Tho peo ple will now expect to know some thing definite about It. , It this brldgo Is built It should not be commenced later than September 1, so that It may bo completed by July I, I81).'. If this Is dona, the di rectors nf tho bridge company and the people of Jefferson City will be able to celebrate tho grontest r-ourlli of July In tho history of the city, next year. AbIiIo from this, they THE COLONELS. What la There In It ? To the Democrats of Cole County : I he...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 June 1894

tr SI JUfwMiswm is: TOTFERSON. OITY, MISSOURI. rDBLisnrn ktii urjnsDAT evkninq. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, -IN- nounrica ffnffMd I Win Posfuflico Jtjtrton Ottv Jtfn., ni unionrZ cln Matter. Nw8t rlc, Jnn.7, 1SOO.I Thursday, Juno !21, 180. Newspaper Law. tf fine. It 11 penon rjcr "'" I"1"" ilicontlnucd lio mint pny ll ntTctiroK". or the pu1ltliera may conllnuo tojcndlt until piymcnt l mmle. and collect tlio wlwlo mount, v. Lctlicr I l Inkcn Irom the t'Hlc or not. Thrro can Iw no legnl discontinue until ilm iinrmciit la mndo. n a 'l l.ii inurt linvo decided lliAtro lining to tnko n iicwfiMipcr or periodical from the pc.toHtcc,orrctMolng mid leuvlnR them uncoiled TorU prima ineia cyiuumum Intentional fraud. PACIFIC ItAILROAD TIME TABLE. r WKSTWAM). No 1. Day Express... Arrives! :0C p.m. W01' ' v Leaves 1:20p.m. W.. 8, Night Express. Arrives 12;- 80 a. m aves 12:30 a.m. Wo. B,' Local Passenger. Arrives 11:3" n.mV Leaves 13;13l-'n- Vo. 9. Texas Express Arrives 2:13 a.m. . ' Leaves 2:13 a....

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 June 1894

7 State , Republican. .JEFFEKSON OITV, MIBSOUKk. .OF MISSOURI. MISSOURI HEMIEU'S. (inAI'IIK! DHHCItllTlON OF THIS JKWH OK TIM) HTATH HV JACOIl l'UUTII, KPQ., )! HT. LOUIS. Jncob Kurtli l mm of the most tlMIll-' ruUIikI Jens In tin- nMe. Ilii l the lii-ail lit the great irnirrry lioiisi' In Ht. laiih tliat bears liln iininis Mr. Turtli it a rwuly speaker anil eleer writer. Hit artlele pulillnlieil Mow Is Inlensely In-tereHtlnc Wrllleii Hlieeliilly fur Till I'.ij'i r I Imvo been nskcil to wrlto nn article on "Missouri Hebrews" to appear In roiiiieetion with n series of articles tlotivi thing tlto other rollKloiiH ileiionilnatloiiH in mir state. I tnko It that I am to say soinethlii); ahout that portion ot Missouri'" population that suliscrllies to the faith ot the .lew. 1 am not to write uo a race, or a people, but 1 am to kIvo a iloseriptlon ot tho In titltutions that exist In Missouri under what may bn termed the auspices of the. .lowlsli church and to say somethlne; about the pur H...

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 June 1894

TH STATE REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY IN OUR OWN STATE. OOOD FOOD Foil FISH. Fish in many Missouri streams Are fattening on locusts. DOOB IN SPRINGFIELD. A Sprlngnold man has counted tlio canlnos of thai city and finds 13,116 dogs within the corporate limits. IN ONE COUNTY. Wheat harvost has been com menced In Ray county. The yield promises to be an average Corn Is very promising. ENFORCING SUNDAY LAW. The Sunday law Is so Btrlctly observed at Milan that tho Standard of that place says that a dog is not allowed to bark. " JOCKEY HURT. Jockey Gorman was fatally hurt in n ride at tho St. Louis fair ground. Ho was riding Sullivan. The animal fell 100 feet beyond the wiro. FULL DEAD. Mrs. Hell Franklin, aged 45, fell dead while standing on her porch at Marshall. She had been working In the garden and came In to rest. Methodist Episcopal church Sunday school, the largest In St. Louis, In a quarrel with his bookkeeper, John McBaln, stabbed tho latter over tho heart, Indicting ...

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 June 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. jeffeksox ony, Missonti. THE SPIHIT OF ASSASSINA1 ION. Tliu civilized uoild t'im mi lunger vlow tliu ncN of iw-nndiintiou of pnlilio moil in liijjh plueen, without Subscription l'rii-o, sfl.OO lVr Year, mjiiio feelings of instnhility of our j piOMMtt Kopuhlienii foini of govern. Thursday, Juno is, IN'.M. J. V. FJSUKI,', Kilitvr. ADYKKTISINC I5ATKS. One Im li, I iimnll d W Otlt'-llllllltcr - 1 1 1 in 11 , 1 lilt i ti 1 1 1 " ill' Oncdiidf minimi, I mmilli I! en One column, I llllllltll One.iiiiiiicr wsc, 1 month. .1" 'i' One-luilf pnue. I inntilll :IHM Dlfcmuili mi Ji'inly coiiliiicl-. Locals, ft cciil- n'i-1 1 tit- :)-1 1 In-cillot.. ANMit M'I.II,s K. To the priiincuit-i of Cole CniuiH : I Iicri'liy iiinioiuici' In) alt in u cniidl dnlo for tlie ollice of "lii iilf of Oli I'oiinly, nilijci l In the dicl'leii u( llii' Pcintn'iiitlf comi'itUon. Sou l.l. II Si M:. Wo nrc directed to nniiuuiK'i Jim. J. Hull I'limliiliili', for Mii'iilT Mihjccl to tho decision of tliu D...

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 June 1894

rEFFiiitsoN city, missouiu rUBUSIIED EVfltl TltjaStiAV KYENINOi nllnnnnilflitntl (M I P t X IN" SUbuUttiruuii', $1. a ican, novn-tca Kntw .1 n( (Via Wnf l Jtjtnon OlHl Sin., nt second efam witter. 'New Sot'.tm, Jan. ". Isiw. I Thursday. Juno lo'Jl. Newspaper Law. flic. If n icrnoii or.ior- m lmpi' .ll.r.nilniinl he mint imy nil urriiiriijrc or Hie publltliiT. nuiy ennHiiuc to icinllt until p-yiHeiitlain-iU'.iiiiucouiTii'icHuiii-iimnuiit. whether 1 If) tnttCH Inhii the ulllcc or not. There can ho no Ugnl dlscoullnu- Htirn until tilt! nnirnit.nl l mailt-. Hue. .1. Tim i-mirlN lnitn decliltd Hint rc ..in tn t-ko a nowtlLil'if uv I'l'thiillcd from tho iiiiHollke.orrtnioilnir nnd km lug them iiitonllul for I prima mem iniiitmm.i Intentional frninl. PACIFJO ItAlUtOAP T1MK TAI!Ll. WKSTWAllll. Mo 1. Day EM'iess"... Arrive- 1 t'K p.in :iu ii. in No. 8, Local o. Ill Nlfiht Leaves 1 WOii.m llxpiT?. ArilVes I'it' Leaves lii'M ii. in I'usseiiccr. Airlvcs I'JiiW I LfltT. I).-!.", II. III. No.' D,...

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 June 1894

,t. State Republican. JEFFEESON 011 MIB80UBI. A LITTLE LONQEK. 11V A, A. I'HOIThH. A lilllolonuorjot-ii lllllo Innm-r, Hlmll vlolel" WiMini fur Hire, iiml rmi'i't Mnli And Hie llmi' tiranrlit". whvrv mitt ulnili nri' nre lilnttlnK, Hhnll murmur llii nwert iihuiiIhoh uf niirlni;? A lllfU' lolltfiT rt- n llllli' lonKi'r, Tlinil nlmlt liehnlil !lii-iUli't "f tl.n Inurm WlillK It'iKliT kwm awl attiiki'iilnir tlow-r-r Hi'nil ui n Kiilili n mist I" (iri'i'l Hip iIumiiI A llllli' liiniriT Ji'l n llllli' Innifr. Thi IfiiiUriioK nf inllltilil "liull I"' llilui'. Tlio ruiy rliuiiN lli.U ilii.il "'it iljlnt! daylight. N.ir fiuli' III! trembling tarn ln'gln I" l'l"'. A Unit' I.UIKIT i l n 111 ll'l"llK'r. Hlmll Btiirry night hi- liiMiuMful fur tlii'i'i Anit the i oIiI mi nn Khali lilin' tlinulgli Hi'1 llui illi'tiri', riu.iillllK luT Killer I'.llli Ul'll t In m'.l. A Utile lunger . li t 11 llllli' lunger, Llfo nli.lll I"' llllli-; life Kllll II" finer In nlll, Lite ullli Hi uri-iiKih In I'i'.ir,...

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. — 5 July 1894

.1 Miff ' THE STATES REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII. .TEFFEHSON CITY, COLE COtJNTY, MIKKOUHI, THURSDAY, .1 VIA) f,, 18!). NUMIJEIi :io. IN OUR OWN STATE. v NEGRO DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE. A moetlng of tlie negro democratic leaguo has boon called for Kansas City July 10. CLINTON MERCHANT DEAD. J. T. Rico, a leading merchant of Clinton dropped dead at Ills home Wednoeday night. THE FIRST NEW WHEAT. The first carload of now Missouri wheat sent to St. LouIb on Juno 23, graded number two. PIONEER DliAT). Captain W. H. Rhodewald, one of the pioneers of Jackson county, .died at Indopendonce, of consumption. TEXAS ORATORY. nAnrnAAnfAtlvArtTiallflV nf .Tflxnfl?' ppSfer ''"tl'wUl add'reSiTthe democrats of Nevada, HUB Blii LO, BUIUU U1I1U UUAfa II1UI11.I1. A YOUNO HORSE THIEir. Benjamin Smith, aged 17, of St. Joseph, has been sentenced to the penitentiary for two years for steal ing horses. DUOWNKD WHILE I1ATIIINO. Fritz Knlrsheldt, fourteen years, was drowned at Jefferson City lost Thursday while bathing ...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 5 July 1894

i STATEEPUBLICAN . ! JEFFEHSON CITV, MISSOURI. Subscription l'rlcc, SI. 00 Tor Year. Thursday, July fl, 1891. J. C. FISH lilt, lid i tor. ADVKIMTSING 11ATKS. One liu'li, 1 montti Onc-iiunrtrr coliuuii, 1 inntilli Oue-linlf column, 1 month- One column , 1 month Otie-ipuirlci- piige, 1 innntli. One-half pane, 1 innntli.... Dlncnuiitu nn jearlv cniitiaot Local", ") ceiils ht" line cneh lncrlloi POLITICAL. THE STRIKE. II Ml !l Ml 17 U : w ANNOfNOKJIKMH. Tollic leinnerat of Colo Comity: I hereby announce tmelf na c:iuH-iiti- fur 'tlic nllico of Hicrlff of Culi' ranntr. fiibicct In the deci-lon nf tin' l)emocratlc convention. SVUVKI.U IsCM-.. Wo tiro directed to announce .T no. J. Holt candidate, for s-heritT Mihject to the decision of the Democratic eonTentiou. I bcrebv announce ni.velf a candidate for tlie oil ce ol 'lieiilt ot Loie county. Itibieet to tin- ileel'loli of the Cole county Itepubllenrr convention. ClIAItl.V'.S F. YVlM.IOts. We are autliotleil to announce Henry II. Wulfert ...

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