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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 9 August 1894

4 u' ft .V. . SWT HEFFEIISON CITY, MISSOUM. . rDBLHUED EVmT THOItSDAY STENINO, SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, IN hdvahch Ifntereil nl tho TotlofUce at Jcjerion CUy Mo., fin ir.oni clan mnttcr. Noir Scrio, Jnn. 7, 18!Xl. Thursday, Aug. 0, 18Ut. Newspaper Law. 8ec. If a person orjcrs nm paper juonnitnnrd lin mint nny nil nrrenrnifeii or the pulillsliorii may conllmii- lo tend It until ryment la made, and collect Hip whole mount, wlit-tlier 1 la taken from tlio nlllcc ernot. There can bo no IcrbI dlscontlnu mice until tlio par mcnt la made. mtc. a. Tim courla have decided that re Inline to take a nowanapcr or periodical fmm tlie ponlolHic,orrenioliiir and IcntlnK ll.sin uncalled for l prima mem cvitejiicooi Intentional iraun. PACIFIC RAILROAD TIME TABLE. WESTWAlllt. No 1, Day Express... Arrive" 1:0. p.m Loaves 1 :20p.m .. a, Night Express. Arrives 12;. fc..' l.no.nl I'nsscuEor. Arilus l'JtfW ,, Leaves 12; lo p.m. Isi.' it, Texas Express At rives a : 111 a.m " ' Leaves '2:l;l u. in. v,.. ......

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. — 9 August 1894

SrjiTE Republican: JEFFERSON OITT, MIB3O0BI. OF MISSOURI. HOW WE 1IECAME A STATU. Epeu!fllly tu llio pri-senl Kuurrnlloii nrp un known lbt" fiir-rp.irhln,: f.tdt timt tllllh-ut-tlc4)'lertnluintf to tho in1inl!.lon of Mis souri into the Vuluti, nnil llu Si'.liill.l linton taken an t'ltporlunlty In pri'i'nt llicui In tki'lct.'ii l.irm. ilnitMii).- tl liidiriitiillmi from llu recently nilill-!uM HnKnipliy if lli'tirj Cliiy by r.irl Hi hurz On March II, 1H1H, a putltlon wn prciietiti'it lu tlie liottso of ropresen tatlvi H piaylliK tliat .MIshihu'I lie ml inittml as a Utah'. A 1)111 nutlinrlziiiK the pi-opli' of Mitsoutl to form a xtiiUi fjnveiiiinuiit was taken up in tlio house on IVIirunry 1H, 1H1U, and TallmiwlKO of NVw York moved, at an aiiiciuliiii'M. that tho further in trniUirtlnn of slavery should he prohibited- and Dial all children born within said state should be free at tlw aue ot iwi'iity-livo yearn. Thus bewail a PtntKt;h5 which lasted, Inter mittcntly, until March, 1821. ...

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. — 16 August 1894

- 3 -5--i?3M7 - REPUBLICAN VOIiUMEXHL JEFFERSON CJT'PV. HOLE OOUN!f MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1(5, 181)4. NUMBER 3G. IN OUR OWN STATE. POLITICAL j tVHAVEn NOMINATED. Gen, J. B. Woaver, hd was tho popnllit nominee for president In 1692. lias been nominated for con gress by Iowa democrats. NORTH CABOUNA DEMOCRATS. At the convention of North Caro- Una democrats the Interesting qnes .nXit nnnthn.f.rfrnmthn tlona "e the Slivor plank and the shipment of cantaloupes rom that qoestton of primaries fqr the Instrnc station alone. tlon of wombors of tho legMatw na m mpir voios ior umwa dwuub want WATBR. senators. The proposition for prlma- Oentry county farmers aro con- rles was laid on tho tabic. Tho plat- trading with a Chicago company for form commlttoe reported resolu artesian woils, with a guaranty of Hons readlrmlng tho doctrines ex flowing water thrown In. The com- pressed In tho democratic platform pany agrees to bore 'ton wells for 1 of 18!W( declaring-for free sliver and RAI81NO FtA...

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. — 16 August 1894

'J, STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MtSSOUU. Subscription Price, SI. ut PorYiar. Thursday, Ana- 1", INK I. ,. V. F IS 11J-: 11, Ml tor. AiJYiciiii.siNd kaths! Onn hull. 1 ne-Hli Ont-quiil I i- ci.i'111111, 1 )i -tii. . One-hilf oolilln't, 1 111. MM ll ... One i'iiIiiiiiii. 1 mi. t ill Onr-f it r m . I iii' i li . Ono-half pnise. I in. ii.li libci'mit on i.-atli mi ttiM-i. Locals, ft ccir per 1 1 1 . i :o li : ,NMll M'l.MKSr. I lll'lcbl iililiolilli'i' llli-i'llni (or I lit- nlllce of .luilff ii( ( '. ,c Slllljl'l't lo I )! llt'CI-lnH 1.1 county lli'i iil.iiiuii cu iwiill.i.i. I II.MIl.M V. II I IVo lllc III. Iln I il'll l'i amil'lll 11. Willi., i ., . in. Man- 1. r lu Joet lo the. .1. I Wr,i ol Hi.. If. comity c. i.' :i n.r We me .In. Ilnrloll a- .i to the ilrii-l .i COUVCIltlllll. . -i to ,ui!iou:.r i l,l,i;or.r-l.iT"tf. o iluJli'i '.rain Wa are nulhuii.-.od to Bin. Thoinn 1!. .Mi Kcnnn n- a cn for nhciiff. -ul.jiel to tlir . Of tllU l!l 1 Ml I i I :UI l r 11 1, ' eon, . I hetcbi...

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. — 16 August 1894

M&-:': JUjmblfcCKtu - ' nCFTERSON OITV, jfissouni. wM' WBtMKlD BVrnt THURSDAY EYKKISa. SUBSCRIPTION, $1, A YEAR, 83si Xnttrei at the PoitoJUct at Jtjerion CUv Jfo., at teconrt elmt matter. INewScrlei, Jan. 7, 1890,1 Thursday, Aug. 10, 181) 1. Newspaper Law. SCO. If PMon oMers ni jinpM aiicAntlnued lie tmiit nr H arrenrngeii or th pubHilurs mar coutlntie to send It until payment li made. Mid collect tli6 wholo mount, whether 1 1 taken from the oflloo or not, Thero run bo no' legal dlncoatlnu- jince until the payment Is lawr, Sko. 3, The courts hnvo doclileil that re Idling to tjdio a newspaper qr periodical from the pestofflcr, or removing and tatting, ll.ein uncalled for Is prima facia cvldonco ol Imontlonal fraud. PACIFIC RAILROAD TIME TABLE WESTWAM). No 1, Day Express... Arrives 1 :0C p.m A Great Gomo. Tho okMlrao sports, whose voice liavo been heard on tlio Madison House corners for about forty-live years, wero at th'o bat on Thursday last, playing what they called an " out'O...

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 August 1894

State Republican. JHITFERSON OlTr, UIB30UIU. FOR FOLKS AT HOME. LOST LOVE. BY ANIHIUW tANII. Who win his liivri alinll 1nc her Who lnc her nlinll Killn, Fur .till llio ilrlt woo licr, A wiul without n.tnln, Ami memory otlll imri.ui" hor Wllh lonirlim not In Mil"! Hp liite her who i:nlin licr. Who whIcIipk clay h' "Iny TIioiIuhI of llmo Hint ntnlni Iht, The itrli'ln Hint leave- hor way, Tim lleih Hint yd onoliiilni her WIkkc Kriu e hnth p.io.l nwnyl Oh I hnM.liThewlioi;nlnnMt The love noine peem to Kiitn; The Joy that cuMnm Hliiinn not ahull .-till with him remnln, The lou'llni-n Hint wmicc not, The love thill ne'er ran wnne. lie ilreimiH Mio urov, not ot.ler The l-iniN of dream unions. Though nil Hi" uorhl wax toMcT, ThoilKh nil Ihe iuikc he nunc, In ilrennii iloth he l.ehohl her Willi Mir ami Mtul ami iciiiiir. THEY ARE DEAD. NY .inNN-TTI t. I HMIIdl . There wm a man who never lohl a lie Hut he'" .lea. I. Never Tilil It wan net when Ihewealherun ilr Neier .llil lie'.! tmmlil Oil wh...

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 August 1894

if . . r- - volume xxin. $TATI 3 THE TARIFF BILL. trust." The senator paused formal moment and then, with Intense' earn, estnoss. added: "Liars, nlnniierp,. xne nouse or representatives oy a infamous libellers.)' Mo nroaeeded vote 01 idu to iuo aaoptoa wnat is to denounce, the lies which had been known as the senate tariff, bill. It heaped on those who had fought Immediately rjassed bills mittincr ,,.!.,, ii,. ........ .t . , - - ci , E.un..iw vud UUDU U1U VOL UBU UtJttll ougar, coal, Iron and barbed wire on the free list. When these separate bills came up .In tho senate Senator Vest (dom. Mo.) made a speech In favor of tbelr Immediate consideration. If there Is to bo a democratic dis pute as' to what attitude the senate and house conferees maintained during the long conference, tho speech of the Missouri senator wilt bo invaluable for reference. The offers which were-made by tho sen; ate conferees for free sugar, freo iron ore or freo coal were explained In detail. Any one of these...

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 August 1894

1 4 ffS5 - t IV . . J .... ... '.1. - ' -- . ' " J- - Alt. STATE BEPOBLKM JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. COUNTY CONVENTION. Subscription Price, 81. OD I'.-r Y nr. Thiirsilny. Anjr. i'.'l, I Ml. ,. r. fish an, :ittr. ADVKK I ISINC RATES. One Inch. 1 imvilli C)niiti'i ' tT r.ilitHiii, 1 no II... Oin-li If rnliiiii'i, 1 in Mil . One i' tllnili. 1 niii.ill. () K'.ln:irll't "f.., I li . .. 0Ii'.imI I Mur I mm. ill . . llriilil n fit i I. cmiinc I,.n nl, .i , en pi-r Hm' in". In . ..-1 n .. S .Ml , , II .Ml .. 11 .Ml . .17 nil . .Hi I H' n'ltliil . niii'fiti.K' n spate TiCKEt. Kui'nvul CMimi-in:icr Jns.pli t'loiy, ot tU Suporint 'ii'1..iit J. It. K..-!. . r Public Schools Jut'l;im count . Judge (if Hie Supreme Court W. 31. li.i'iinsoii, ot Ju-per county. RHl'UHMC.VN COIWTY TICKET. For H.'irci,titiiii- J. x. e.vi.oe. For Con nly Clink A. .. IJiUUT. For Circuit Git!; Iouls h S'lolt- l'or Sheriff-- Gins. F. Willlmis. -For Collector Gcorco W'lltlii'r--. l'or IVo-centlng Afmue C mrnd V . ili-i It i...

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 August 1894

'it ',4'J ' f ''" ' i if ; ; 'll m iynHy"'V'!ii',w'yni"'1iiii''".yr v wHrvreBiIiifW'-' "flints 3HotXtlltfati;, fEFFEltSON Cm, MISSOIHtt. ,?0BLIBHEO EVJTtT TOJItSDAY KV.1UI1C0. SUBSCRHTION. $1. A YEAR, -IN novnNcii EnttMtl nf & Potloflec at Jeprmn Gltg Sio n clan mtitlr t'. (Now Boilin. Jan. 7, WW. I Wo w tMWwt? rcfr. Re; ijblicana of Colo County No ninate a Full Tickot Or, ', N. Enloa Will Load the Boys to Victory. Thursday, Aug. If! IK!)t. N6w9popcr Law. SBC. If person orjrr tin rulpot Al.rnntlmifd lio rnut pa)' nil nrrr.irouc" or the publishers iiibv' continue lo cnd It until iynicntlinide.niiil cnlleettlio tYhnlc mount, whether 1 i) taKeu iroin me omen rnot. There can bo no legal dlscoiillim Aura until tho pajmout U made, nor. a. Thn court have dci'lilcd Hint re lining to take a nawapaper of neiladlcnl from the pontofllce,orrcinot InK ami leaving them uncullcd for la prima hum eviadironi Intentional fraud. Ho. 4,pyExpro. PACIFIC BAILROAD TIME T ADI.E. WKsrtvAnt). Xol.DT Expre...

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. — 23 August 1894

' Si State Republican. JBp-EItSON OITr, ' MISSOUBX A LOST AROADIA, HV ril.AKOH, Oil Unite funny iluyn ln.Miiy. Jamie (JMfl All lliolit'iiVi tit j li Immi t cloud J S-ifnlSj-t'livir, Oh tin il ilv nnil f hp elnvrr, Tlmt ur Ktut fii't wnntlprfd over, it vn4 lifddi'ii there. J uulf tlcur. Oh I ho tmliMlnjr n( tht Im-ok, .1 runic Iimi-, Ami tliolAvJlhlnnf tlntdnU, (ll.ut to hear) All t lie nlr w full i'f rtwriMtit'Hn, Life ill. lor In It t-T)ip1ottiiL5'4l When mi tnlti your lne, Jamk' di'iir. I ri'Tiii'tnln'r j our ltlne ej t"i. .J.iti.l ilt.ir, iM'in ( gently i ij ( mi tu'. Never fear. And in.v oiiuniiririlcptlittthluin, Knuml .t ray nf kIuj ItittiK . Wo were ery younn;. Jamh ilf.ir. Ilou w I'ltU'il th.it ol1 m.ui, .liitnlo itertr in ili.il nitixiy hermit hut, YtTV itUMf !n 1 think lil- e tt ilWeorntn,;,. i S.iw n;m. htm rt ii tin- at the turning ( oi tlmt thiu-ery lane form, .limite Wit. M.my ummcM have wonts 1j , J.imle iK'.ir, Other tliiwer., WrtN nil 1m vrt nit niie.ir. Mtn-'f eUun...

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 August 1894

lit' LA M 3 '"35? :--iWsl5.. . THE i 6.. ' I. - VOLUME XXIII. STATE REPUBLICAN. V - ' . , JEFFERSON CITY. COLE COUNTY. iSssOUHT. TiniTlHnAY. ATIfHIST :io iru ' . AJ ' ' NUMBER 38. WORK OF CONGRESS. 1 i - Se i ' , a- b., if.. I it DEMOCRATIC STATEMENT. Chairman Sayors of the house committee on appropriations, has completed an official statement of the amount appropriated by the Res slon of congrois juBt closing, as com pared with past' sessions. The statement represents the views of the democratlo .majority In the com mittee, and In the Iioubo on the economy of government expenses. Mr. Sayors' statoment reads bb fol lows : Tho appropriations mado during the extraordinary session and the first regular session of tho present con gress Including permanent appropri ations, show a reduction of $28,835, 080 under the appropriations made last session of the last congress; and deducting the amount of the river and harbor bill (11,879,180, which should be done for the purpose of comparison, i...

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. — 30 August 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. 'TRUSTS Subscription Price, ?l DO Per V nr rin.iouy, Aup. 130, 18KI. J. C. FISIIEI, Mitor. ADVERTISING RATES. Tlic power of the trusts Is denvr.' Utintidlli llii' recent tnilff legls'nlloii. JEFFERSON CITY, MlSSCl'ltl. n giws llui d itucr that threat' . this cmitiv Wlio'ievr tlic !... , power men in high places enn lia purchased directly and In directly, mid made Hie suliaarvicnt tools of great corporations, tlic fu ture of our government is In dimmer. The fact that money lias liecn n po tent Inlliienee yes, evon moie po tential ttian tliu peoile know -I aulllclcnt to cause the honest and liberty-loving people of this country to stop and consider where it will end . It took one revolution to vtlpo out the evil of slavery, and sineo then capital has become enthroned to smli an extent that the pence, prosperity and future of our government W threatened. Something mint be done. Theie is entirely too much aggregation of wealth in tliu hands of the few. Tliu question, "...

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 August 1894

.3l- ,1- 2' t'SSK "ft -'v . 4 -'.( lUpttkjtfjfcatm nFFEURON CITY, MISSOURI. ,TDLUHED KTmV TIIOn8nV EVEJMNO. SUBSCRIPTION, $1, A YEAR, IN ADVArlCH fntrred al the l'ottofflct at Jtjerton City Mn,,tu tscowl clan malttr. (Kiir Serif i, Jim. 7, 1890.) Thursday, Aug. 80, 1801. Newspaper Lnw. Bio, it ft poreon oruera ni paper 4lieontlaned lio rnunt- nny ll rrfrn(?c or the publlikort mar continue to trnd It rill ptiynient l mtlo. nail rolled tiio whole tnunt, wlif tlicr 1 l taken from me omen or not. Tliero run lio no Icftal discontinu ance until the pnj mcnt la made. Site. 3. Tim eourta hayo decided lliat ro- lualne to taVo a nentimprr or periodical from the potolllce,orrenioln(! niid leaving them uncalled for la prima facta otiuenceoi Intentional fraud. ft ".iHHr mil PACIFIC KAILItOATl TIME TAIILK WKSTWAlltl. No I .Day Express... Arrives 1 :0C p.m Lciites 1 iftlp.m No. 3, Night Express. Aulves la.-. :tn n. m Leates 12 iiKI lit m Su. i. Local L'assciiitcr. Arrlvuit I'liJU i. in. Leaves 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. — 30 August 1894

rr State Republican. iC- txn Ml he? JEFFERSON OITT, MISSOUE1. THE LIBRARY. I)V P. t), fit I I.MAN, Clli'o me tho mom vhnM rvfry nook ! ImllrntC'l tun book, Tftu wlndoua will m..IWh for iilr, Ami Krnnt lht tlKttt mlmlMton tluTPt One looking I" Iht ooiitlu niul one Vn hi u el tlio ml, dt purl In uni. Tin i'n(prn wit 1 1 , from trlivi' In plinth. Hit ill lew tin port's labyrinth, Iiph' nn nmy llml tlitinriN of thy mi .'nun Ilnnior'H dw iitn Ihilmoit thins Ami nt tin northern fM,i n.:m Mli.ill ulimv nn open t hI.niii- ,', Hct nmnil with nncli'iit Ilk" that trll Humn Iceml nh1, nnd wimHimi h Admit tin' flnviloK KUiirtli'tl m-iit, WIhto on may dream mnl tii-di the licit, At mt, tho lit.tntrl id.nuld hot lock I'of ciirloM mill hrleulrm Not ntiK h. lint Jtit rnotiKh t" Unlit Tt o mmn up hrii thi flr I lirijrhl 'Mm Milumct on tliN wall h.udd1'i' All trno nml nil philosophy, I't'oiii PI.1I11 ilon n tn (hooo ho nrt 'I In ill m ri'llet tlom of that alar; And tht'to tomt'H nil should sori lo sho...

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. — 6 September 1894

j " TljMf ATE ' m If'" - -. -w .VI . 'V- v . .4, REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUNTY(lrHI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEJf 0, 18!)4. IN OUR OWN STATE -as "TV $11 HOLT CLAIMS TUB BANNER. Holt county claims honor (or tho banner apple crop this year. MEXICAN VKTBRANS. ( Tho state association of Mexican war veterans-will meet at Marshall, September 18th and 10th. MILTON WElill NAMISO. MUttjn Welsh has been appointed surveyor of the port at Kansas City to succeed Scott Harrison. He was Congressman arsney's candidate. FULL VALUATION ASSESSMENT. The Lamar Democrat says the assessment of Barton county Is being made on tho full valuation basis. It tnrthor stales that only 84 of the 114 counties In tho state have adopted the plan. THEY MEAN BUSINESS. A Joplln young lady rues her rashness. A young man compll mentcd her the other day, and to show her appreciation the sweet recipient threw down a dollar and the young man put It in his pocket and kept it. Joplin young men mean business. KIL...

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. — 6 September 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN.! JEFFERSON CITV, MISSOURI. APPROVAL. THE AUSTRALIAN BALLOT LAW. I Wliilo thorn ui many admirable The Republicans of Colo countj features in the Ati.dtaliiin lulltit law, 'havo lectured with uiiipiuliliid up. Ibeio in oiiii huiious olijcolioli H u : jnoal tlic ticket nominated by tin fiiibscrlpllon Price, 81.01) IVi V r 1-u.s.iiiy, Spt. fi, 18K4. J. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. 01 0,1 ;i .mi On Inch, 1 mouth ...... M i . t. vnr.ijiiniin ii'i n, i iiiimiiii . . . . . . ubS'Diii coiiuuu. i moutu ' " On column, 1 month ' Mi Ont.ipiarter pnge, 1 month 17(H) Ona-half page, 1 month :)2 txi Discounts on yearly contract. I.m-ala, fi cenls per llni' I'lii'li Insertion. IIEFUIILICAN STATE TICKET. Railroad Commissioner Joseph Flory, of St. Louis. Stiptrintondent of Public Schools J. H. Kirk, of Jackson county. Judg of the Supremo Court ... Hi. lummsou, of Jasper countj, Hint will ultiiimti'ly rc&wa iu it uteithruw, uuloss tho dufect w rem edied. Tbut provision whi...

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. — 6 September 1894

1 Ifft,!- 4 " - -p JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUBI .rClLHUII) KVIIll IB3118DAT KTXSWO. nimnrtntf mini! tot 1 vnl n Tf-t ntoreel at Me jviiloiflte a JtjertoA Clly Mo,,n ttcowl elnm mutter. .Nvr Belle", Jftn.), 18U0.J Thursday. Sept. C. 1801. Newspaper Law. Sic. If o perion oMeri an rrcl rflieontlnvied lie mult pay nil arrearage" er the publtthers mT continue to cnd It until ptymontli niatlo.aiiitcnllocttliovvholo meant, whether 1 l toKcti from tue miioe t not. There cn uo no Icjjal llcontlnu. nne until tba'nntiueani mnn. - etc. 3. Tim courts have decided Hint re- luilng to take a newiimpcr or perlwllcnl lion the pontoittee, or removing and lonvliig them unculled for li prima rucia evidence oi Intentional fraud. PACIFIC KAILKOAD TIME AM.K. WESTWAUO. Ho l.Day Express... Arrives 1 :0C p.m. Leaves 1 iiiup.iii. r,o. 3, Night Express. Arrive 12; SO a. in Leaven Vi:'M a.m. No, 0, Local I'assengcr. Aulvcs Mian u. in. Leaves 12;45 p.m. Nu. It. Texas Express Art Ives 2:111 a.m. Leaves 2 tilt a. tit ....

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. — 6 September 1894

State Republican. JEPFERSON CITT, IIISSOUIU. THE EMPIRE Or OJJINA. the mM la Rroal, ami tho ntrurittiro o( Iho written IniiKUtijra Is so illllloult tlnit It Is mastered only by n small percentage ol tliu population, anil ua a conuequenco tho iIIIIunIoii o( IntclllKcnco Ih illlllcult j' It tlieyru ulhetstlc.it, tliclr millions have not beon-nucli ns to conun?ml them en tirely elthtr 16 their Judgment or ttlfco Hon." The ilomcntlc nnd aortal lite of tlio Chi neio haa (jcilvnpi more features In common wltli vv5tcrn uallonn than that of other oriental peoplcH. Although polygamy exlnts iimonir tho wealthier clashes, and the Ir women generally live In dcclualon, lanilly life Is much esteemed and culti vated amonir them. Cleanllnes3 la not ninongtlio Irlties ot tho Chinese, either In regard to their habitations or their persona. Tho poorest people do not change their garments until they are worn out. Ihelr huusea nra gencra'ly low, tho roots hlppod, nnd tho catenary curve ot their edges sh...

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. — 13 September 1894

EMM if W STATE 3 3tJF.VA r ' ;. '. , . ..V. ' WW,- tfcf Alin AMfM rf" A Tr- I U.X.. REPUBLICAN. WINDSOR'8 DEPOT. The M., K. AT. will expend 2,500 . In Improving the WIndtor.dopot. , ., . ' l 8I0Y0LB TOUBlTAitiNT. " i Trenton give awaJSOO as ptizoa in. Dicycie tournament October 4. ' IPBOrr DRVINOi . 7 ti . ' TrheT ItdfeVfactrJ, in" Hale' hat" ,paV;jbll bt MOI&jaWfwMlt. AUVW WW WUSUULS UK SipiCli HI C U1S pc-sedtof '.daily, SI I HE THOMPSOH MA WmRH.' J. i. j,"' 'Mayor Hastain of.Bedalia has -gone -Ibottyoiertcgnt 'will? J.-0. Thompson, the ex -bank cash lor. It Is thought that' Thompson has an idea of returning to Sedalla, NEW RAILROADS. The PerryvIUe railroad will be in operation by September 16. The Kennett road will ran to Carutbers ville by January, and then every southeast county -will bavo a rail road. KILLED HIMSELF. William Hulsey, aged 80 years, of Washington county, wrote a note to bis family stating where his body wonld bo found, and then drove to the cemetery and by h...

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. — 13 September 1894

k 1 STATE REPDBLICAHJ ASPHALTUM FOR MAIN STREET. Wi may 1h' uivitu: It itn'iD. THE COUNTY TICKET. JKMHU.-sON UlTV, MISoOLltl. nmtitot Main -ti-.-i-t too Mi.ii.-.' v,n iff). Iio'i. vi'i', that titer i oi" Nuherlplini I'i !, SI Oil IV. Y ir 1 Li.is.iuy. Sfpt. 10, 18'Jl. J. C. FISHER, JiWtor. ADVERTISING KATKS. One Ineli. 1 nintith Une-quailer I'nhiiuu, 1 ironlli. One-lull column, 1 iiionlli... On ('(.liiniii, 1 inoutli Ont-iiiarter uio, 1 mtiiitb Ont-htlf page. 1 iii.'iilli I'licniiliu tin Jeiill) triiiiliiictM. J-Ofalu, 5 veins per line inch litH'itltil.. I) . .. I! Ml ,. !l,ll) ..17 till ,.3i (III RKPUIIUCAN STATK TICKET. r vi .u ..in- udvoency of tliin im provement. It ia well known thnt beauty in nil things win tho hmrls of tlio tieoplo. It is contimious. boginuing ia necessary in nil works of this character, It will not he Tlio program Hum fur In Mil imiii. pa'g. ..uiiiO... .1'a'i.i clc.u'lj lii.l the wuhl '.f H i' 1! piililii'in futility con V01..1011 but been well received. Tli...

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