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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 13 September 1894

Si". tEFFEitsoN city, tnssomti. t ruBLUHiD tvrtvi TtnrtsnAY eonino SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A 'YEAR, novniicn Entered at the I'attoflce at Jtijfrrtmt G(tv Mnntitertmiielnftimttr.r. (NewBrl, Jan. 7. 1800. 1 Newspaper Law. sko. If a person oraera nil pnpet dlicontlnucd lio mint pn? nil nrroragu.i, et the publlihord mar coiiUiine to cnil It until pymciill inacle. and collect llio wliulo tmeunt, whether t la lawn iroin mr uracil or not. There ran be no Icg-iil Ulicuiillnu m.ee until the rmjincnt In made. trc. 3. Tin- courts linvo ilcelde-d that re liulng to take u newei'iipcr or periodical liom the potofflco,orreiiiovliiKn'ndlcnlin 1 1. tin unoulled for li prima fuels evidence ol Inleutlonal Croud. POPULIST CONVENTION. Thoy A'Wrijb a-1 County Ticket. Tho People's Party ot this oounty iiip;Hn mass ronvontion at Elston on Siitnrclii-, So) tember 8, mid tiomi tut ' d n nil county ticket, with tlin exception of Ooronpr nod l'roseeut 'attorney. Tim liekofc is as follo.vs: lloprp-tnnativn Jumps Strp...

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. — 13 September 1894

State Republican. .towbbson out, mibsoubl FOR FOLKS AT HOME. A WOMAN'S CONCLUSIONS. FV rilOBDB I'ARYt I a a Id, If I might ffo tack Again To the very hour nnd ..luce of ray birth) Might liar mj Iff whntei ir I ehooc. And Hvo It In any part vt the earth Tut perfect ftunnhlne Into my ky, Banian the -shadow of nnrrow ami doubt) Hare all my happiness multiplied, And all my Buffering nlrlcken out) If I eould hare known lu the j eiirit now pone, The best that a woman comes to know ; Could have had whatever will mako her Meat, Or whatever a ho thinks will make her so) Ua e found the high eat And purest of ttlUa That the bridal wreath nnd ring enclose And gained the one out of all the world. That my heart as well a my reuton ehones Aud If thli bad been, and I stood to-night Dy my ehltdren lying aMeep In their beds And could count my prayers for a rosary. The shining row of their golden heads; Yea! I said, If a miracle such an this Could be wrought for mo at my bidding, Mill 1 would chonbe t...

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. — 20 September 1894

P. r THE STATE VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, k IN OUR OWN STATE. VANDALIA HOTEL BURNED. The Hanna Hotel at Vandalia burned. Loss, (5,000, partially cov orcd by insurance. KILLED 11Y (IASOMNB. Mrs. Martha JolniHon died at Moborly, rom Injuries received In a gasoline explosion. KILLED HIMSELF. Hev. Mr. Snyder, a well-to-do Adventlst preaelior and farmer, who lived three miles wcBt of Hnrrlson vllle, committed bulcldo by drowning In a pond. 11Y A HNAKK B1TK. Frank Lewis, living near Missouri City, was bitten by n copperhead Bnako while cutting grass Tuesday evening. Ho Is seriously 111. A 1)10 MELON HTOKY. A farmer near Chllllcothe raised a watermelon that weighed elghty-llvo pounds. Ho pumped a barrel of water to put tho melon into to cool It', but when ho went to put the melon in the barrel, It was so largo it wouldn't go in. TWO WAYS OK UtiTTINd even. John Barry, who lives near Moun tain Grove, placed obstructions on the Clulf track on the night of August 20th, to "get ...

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. — 20 September 1894

mm mis STATE REPOBM JEFJPEIISON CITY, MISSOURI. Sabicrlullon ltlco," r$l.'oO Per Year. Thursdoy, Sept. 20, 1894. J. O. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. On Incli. 1 month. One-quarter column, 1 month upe-nau comma, i monin... On column, 1 month... Ont.quartcr pneo, 1 month.. un-nau pace, i montu.. VI On nonth 3 CO .. CM) .. nno ..17 00 ..33 00 Dllcounta on vcarlv contracts. Locilt, 5 ccnla pur line each Insertion REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Railroad Commissioner Joseph Flory, ot St Louis. Superintendent of Public Schools J. R. Kirk, of Jackson county. Judge of tho Supremo Court W. M. Robinson, of Jnspor county. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, For Representative I. N. ENLOE. For County Clerk A. J. Bauer. For Circuit Clerk Louis L. Strelt- . For Sheriff Chas. F.Williams. For Collector Gcorgo Walthers. For Prosecuting Attorney Conrad Waldccker. For Probate Judge J. J. Sommer. For Treasurer A. P. Grinishaw. For Judge at Large Henry J. Dullo. For Assessor II. F. Busclijost. For Coroner Dr. J. F....

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. — 20 September 1894

riy XV ff -frfi JEFFEltSON CITY, M1SS0UFJ. 1'ruDLisHED tvrr.f Tian-auv nvxsixu SUBSCRIFTIOH. $1. A YEAR, -IN- nDvnrica cj-A-iynpus copibs trratniM. Entered l the J'otlojlee nl Jijjcrtml Villi ilo., tccvwl clam matter. (Now Scrim, J.iu. 7, ls'Jii.l Thursday, Sept. 20, i!H. Newspaper Law. 8r.c. If n l'Oison orjri'a nu P"l'ft dlscontlnticil lie mint ny nil iimnriiuM. trtlic I'liMMic innv I'luillatu.' ' H'lnl " until pa mentis iiintkviiiilcolh'U the "hole amount, uhithcr I It tain" fr"" tlio tM nrnot. Tlicif ran ''' "o h't1 lUicoiitiiiti- iincu until (lit lni.unuit Ifl m.ul St r. fl. TIip eoui hn.irB t tnUo 11 in finiH tho i'ftiitlU rt i iuiii inii'ulli d lor l ii'tdiimtial fniml. li.ivt" ilcdili'il llml ro niimlici' cr lu rlodlciil nniowni: ami hnvliiff ritiiii'fncln cililciireul PACIFIC ltAILi:'Aln.lE TAHLX.. wtsTWAtin No 1 1 Day Epio... AiUes 1 :'Jf p.m- N. S, Sight J'.xnies-. Arrives Ii.' ,;u a. hi J.eau'.! 12:311 n.m. v.. -. 1 ii.-i.l I'msLiiiri'i'. Ai'llM'!" l'-'l-in . in, i.enves...

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. — 20 September 1894

fr.. fw 14 Ft 1ft; V IE ! ' R..... State Rbpu&lican. to. Mr . 14 "iMaaaoN cur, missocki. THEmAOHINQ OP-fafaWflH. A Word on The fitport o( the English Conference. Bep'lj by Dr. Allen to Supt, Greenwood. Dr. B. A. Allen, faesd of ths department of English In tho Untrerslty of Missouri, writes In the September nnmber of the Mil our SoAool Journal follows! It le not my purpose to write a line In defence of the roport ol the English Con ference to the Committee ol Ten. All these report have been reviewed by broadmlnded educators In the various Journals and reviews ol the country and v 1th hardly an exception have received the highest commendation. These reports have been rightly viewed as recommenda tions or suggestions coming from men who are. devoting their Uvea to their re spective departments, and hence were thought to have earned the right to an opinion. The committees expected and invited criticism, their reports speak for themselves and must stand on their morlt. I desire only...

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. — 27 September 1894

Pi-tE -STATE- VOLUME XXIII. 5, " ' gi - , . IN 4 2 REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISOUjRI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1894. NUMBER 4'2. OUR OWN STATE. If ni "ft m FIVE YEARS IN THB PENITENTIARY. Chair Kellogg was sentenced at Memphli, Mo., to five years at hard labor In the penitentiary (or Incest and assault. BANK PRESIDENT RESIGNS. Judge B. F. Harvey, ot Moborly. has resigned the presldeney of the .first national bank and Is henceforth iio be. a farmer. POINTED GAUGER. $ William Branton has been ap marated a United States .Ganger In tie First Missouri (St. Louis) Intor- 1 Revenue District. f'jt lilos. illton a thief stole an old Blnglo-barrel shotgun which was brought to Missouri over fifty years ago by Judge James Trotter. Tim OAT0N WILL CASE. In the famous Oaton will case which was tried at Marshall the 20th Inst. The jury returned a verdict In favor of the plaintiff Mrs. Bvallne McFadden. Notice of all appeal was given. A FATAL TRADE. Wm. George Bwapped Tiorses with Pat...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 27 September 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON OITY, MISSOURI, Subscription Pr.lcc, gl.00 Per Year. Thursday, Sept. 27, 18U L J. C. FISUElt, JMitor. ADVERTISING KATES. One Inch, 1 tnontl Ul Vl Onp-rpiiirtcr enliumi, 1 inontli 3 0 Oiie-hidf column, 1 inontli (I fill One coin in ii , 1 month II 8(1 Out-quartcr page, 1 month 17 00 One-lmlf page, 1 iniuitli 32 0(1 Discounts on yearly i'onliaet. Locals, 6 cuius per lino vncli Inseillni.. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Railroad Cominissioiior Joseph Flory, of St. Louis. Superintendent of Vulilio Schools J . It. Kirk, of Jackson county. J ml go of tho Supremo Court W. M. Robinson, of Jasper county, REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, For Representative I. N. ENLOE. For County Clerk A. J. Uauer. For Circuit Clerk Louis L. Slrcil- For Sheriff Clms. F. WillLims. For Collector George Walthcrs. For Prosecuting Attorney Conrad Wnldccker. For Probate Judge J. J . Sonimer. For Treasurer A. P. Gi'imshaw. For Judge at Large Henry J. Dullc. For Assessor II. F. Busehjust. For Coroner 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. — 27 September 1894

'Mil '" ' MR SIT 1 'VID' III' Ms-. u JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. SUBSCRIPnON, $1. A YEAR. -IN-novnnca Wer4 at W JPojioJTIc at Jt$nton City hlo.,at Meonrl efoMi milter. New8crl. Jan.7,18).! Thursday, Sept. 27, 1801. Newspaper Low. ' 'Bsc. . If perion oracn mt rP aiieontlnned ho must pay all arrearage, r the publliliors mar continue to rend it until payment l made, and collect the wliolo -mnnt, whether i it taVen frotti the ofllca t'rpot. There can ho no Icfral dlicontlnii nce until the pnymont li made. ' BKO. 8. The courts novo decided tlmtrc- liiilng to take' nowpipcr or periodical from the poitofflce.or removing nod leaving lhtm unoalled for la prima facia ovldenceol Intentional fraud. ifo. 2, Day Express. PACIFIC HAILKOAD TIME TABLE. VTEsrwAnu. ,'Nol. Day Express... Arrives 1 :0C p.m. ' 3 leaves 1:20p.m. JtTo. 3, Night Express. Arrives I 80 a. m Leaves 12:30 ii.m. No. 6, Local Passenger. Arrives li:3ij p m. Leaves li!;4 p.m. .No. S, Texas Express Arrives a :U n.ni. Leaves 2 :l a. in...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 27 September 1894

Republican. jEJFEnaoN cirr, Misaotnu. NO SHOT IN HEAVEN. BY MRS. B. C, CLRVELAND. Talking of sects till late ono eve. Of the various doctrines tlie "nlntu believe, Thnt night I stood, it ft troubled dream toy the side, of ft darkly tlowlng stream. And n "Churchman,' down to the river enmef When I heard n Mrange voice call ht mime. 'Gnod father, otojiiwhcn you eru thla tide. You muKt leave your robes on the other side." Hut the aged father did not mind ( And hl long gonn floated out behind, As down to the Mream hH way he took, Ills pale hands clipping a gilt-edged book. "I'm bound forhenven; and when I'm there, I shall want my book of Common Prayeri And, though I but on it starry cronn, I should feel quite lost without my gonn." Then he Hied his eyes on the shining track, Ilut hi gonn wn heavy and held him back And the poor old father tried In vain A single step In the Hood to gain. I saw him again on the other side, Hut his silk gown floated on the tide; And no one asked, In that bl...

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 October 1894

the state i Republican. VOLUME XXIII. JEFFEltSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, 'MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4,'l8!)4. 2- X UMBER r.. IN OUR OWN STATE. FINALLY DKAD. In her third attempt within week, Mary Wilson was successful In committing suicide, near Salem. DR. QOODIEB DEAD. Dr. James Qoodlor, an old and prominent physician of Monroe county, died of cancer In the stom ach. TO INSPECT AT JOPLIN. Qov. Stone appointed Patrick Mc- Gauren Inspector of oils for the city of Joplln for a term of two years from August 8, 1894.' Mr. McGauren succeeds himself. a pumpkin's oreat onowTii. A large pumpkin growing in a corft Held near St. Ohorls, this state, was found by actual tapellno measure ment to Increase its circumferenco 8 Inches In 24 hours. hit off his ear. A. O. Mayfiold, postmastor at Leb anon, and Clarence Vernon, a young farmer, had a fight Tuesday noon, and Mayflekl had an ear bitten off and was otherwiso badly used up. Vernon was fined $1 and costs. MI8SOURIANS ABROAD. John 0. Herndon, a n...

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 October 1894

4 STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFEUSON CITY, MI8SOUIIL Subscription Price, 81.00 Per Yrnr. Tlitirwlny, Oct. I, 18HI. J. C. FISH Ell, Ml lor. Ai)Vi:it'i'isiN(! i!A'ri:y. One Iiicli, 1 iniiiilli Oiie.rtmilcr culiinm, 1 ii.imtli. One-unit milium, 1 iniiiilli... One column, 1 iniiiilli Oiie.iil:ilUT Imp', 1 ninntli . . One-biiK iihuv, 1 iiitnilli llnemint- mi Ji'Ullj cunlini't". I.Ofil, " win HT line mob lll-l llll'l , ul I'll . , :l .'U .. It .Ml .. It ."ill . .17 nil I mi REl'UHMCAN Sl'ATK TICKET. Bnilroatl CoiniuiiuiiiiT Joseph Floi-y, of St. I.otti-. Superintendent of Pnlilii' Kohnolt J. It. Kit k. of Jtii'linun cuiiiit. Judge, of the Supremo Court W. M. ltob'mson, of Jttiper comity For Congress Joel 1). llulibnnl, of Vcr?.tillc. DAVID D. HILL, j Tlio evidence- is iircMiiiininhililii,' tlmt David It. is a sly roon. The inttojwiiitips tiro lii'ituiiiij; to realize tlmt the great mmtilmit.v with which David win made I tu nominee fin guAcmor of Now York win not onlv not it di-tippoinlinonl to h...

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 October 1894

r' SR.? ' ''""AC la v't. so-. . ... 3 !xv TEFFHItSON 011 MIS30U1U. .rOBLISHKD KVIIIT HJlIIUWAV EVENING. ofinnfinttyrtnui ( 1 vnin IN ouuautt 'i ui. & . a iCittu. hovancb g.A.ia?r.TTi copies irximm Entered nt the otoice at Jej)erton City Mo,, nt tecoivl etitnt matter, Now Serlos, Jan. 7. ISM. Thursday, Oct. 4, 1801. Newspaper Law. Sec. If person or.itrs nn pnpet dlicoiitlnticil lio intiat pay nil nrronrtiKos. or tho publisher may cuiitluiio to nonillt until pa) meat Is made, and colloid lliowliolo amount, wlicllicr I Is tnlccn Iroui tlic onlco or not. 'Hiiro can bo no legal illeeuiillnii anno until the jj incut Is made. gLC. 3, Tl.o courts linvu dci'hlcd tint re lining to lake a uewtpaper (if h-i lo.lti id from the poctolllci', or rcino Inland leatliifc them uncalled Tor Is prima facia el Idetieool Inteullunal fraud. Sulci h. On Thucsdoy morning about !) n. m. of last week, Mrs. Sclgfrld FUrtior, wife of a oarpi'tiUr living In this city iiL'ur thu Washington street Ltilher.in chu...

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. — 4 October 1894

State Republican. JEFFERSON OITT, 1UBS0UIU. A TEACHER'S TASK. FKOM TIIK OOM.KN Ht'LK. nam It In, ernm II Inl OhlMrrn's In-Hit" are linlliiw, Hlnm II In, J.im It Inl Hlltl lliere'K limn-1" f"lliM Jlj-Kli'n' ani' l''),,nr.vi Astronomic injiliry, AlRtl-m, liltol"ty, Lntln, cljmiili'K!'. llulnny. Kiimii-lry, tlrrck nnil trlHoiii'ini-tr.vi Rum It In, crura ll Im ulillilit-n'i hi-ail" Imllmv. Up It In, tap It Im What 11 n- ti'iu'luT" ulil fur ll.uiK It In. Ihiii It Im Whnl rlilliln-n nuili- fiirt Ani-li-nt nri-lni'iilnKy. Aryan I'hllnlt'Ky. l-rii-mly nlniry, l-hyli-i, illnutiiliiity. t'lili'ului ami in.illirm.'inW,' lllii-tiirli' mill liy.lrn-talli-ij IIiiiix It In. max It In; t'hllilri'li h IipiiiU n ri- linlliiw. Si-mIiI it In tiiiiiiM It In: All Hun tin- !" wjIIiiw. il.t II 111. Iii'lil il In. Still thrri- n liiuri' I., follow. Face plnrlii'il -.il iinil I'llU', Ti'll Ihi1 ":iliii' un iirli'-l tnli Ti'll i.t tii.ilni'lll ri.l.ln .1 tniin lcri, Mi,.iW nniiiMi'il miiilli"! ili'i'ii. Tlii...

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 October 1894

it' I I'.t r- 'JEW.' THE 1 M i Li. STATE REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON OITY, COLE COUNTY MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1894. NUMBER U. IN OUR OWN STATE. KILLED NEAR 8EDALIA Frtd Lange, aged 18, recently from Germany, wu killed at his borne, eighteen miles from Sedalla, by' a companion who attemptod to shoot a flying partridge In a denae thicket. WILL PENSION BISHOPS, The Protestant Episcopal Board of Missions has arranged to pension missionary bishops who after at least ten years of service are compellod by age or, disability to resign tho Jur isdiction. SUFFOCATED IN A WELL. Auhford Potts and Robert Martin, well diggers, were asphyxiated while digging a well north of Warrensbarg. They struck a gas vein at a depth of fifty feet and were suffocated before they could be rescued. TWELVE TIMES TO PRISON. "Dutch Charley," a convict who bad served eleven times in the pen itentiary, was returned to the Mis souri state prison to serve two years for obtaining money nnder false pro te...

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 October 1894

lie If" STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFEItSON CITY, M1SS0U1U. Judgo Charles H. Burton, Subscription l'flcc, SI. 00 Per Year. Thursday, Oct. U. IS!' I. J. C. FISH Fit, Fill tor. ADYElt ri.MNl! HATES. Ono hull, 1 Hi' inn One-ipiniliT eoluiiui, 1 u onlli. One-linit euliiiini, 1 nrmiili... Unci column, I uimitli One-qiiiiittT puge, 1 month.. One-liiilf pni. I hiohlli DlH'niinU iiii jeml rooiiaru. I.oeitU, u criHj pi-t Ikiu eui'li ItEl'UHMCAX STATE TICKET. Railroad Conn.. i i. :ioi Joseph l'lnry, of HI. Louis. Superintendent u" PttMie Schools J. It Kirk, lit Jackson county. Judgo of the Supreme C'omt W. 31, Robinson, of Jasper comity For Congress Joel 1). Dubinin!, of Vi'riillli'i, WOKW "P- ui i wut pirn- - a (.hr-fLOATii, ! ,fa WrrT :': -15 f& . : 1 BEST FOR SHIRTS.- ?' . 1 3 5 f JlT ' V-k 8S ' V V 9 THt mOOTXH I QAMDLI CO, OINTL ' "3 '0 Jjj ( Jaa VjTr 00 ' ' " ' v" 9H -4 ' ,...tl Co :' ;,n II oil II .Ml 17 lil' t nsv I liol,. HEl'UHLICAN COUNTY TICKliT For Ilcpriwinniiu i. n. i:ni.oi; For C...

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 October 1894

Li ASS mm TBFFERSON- 4HSgOUB i.r , i,, t, i j 'A if, ft .yt'.- t',.ii !- .POBLUUH) ITftlT t; At, EYKNINC1. mm: SUB3CRI1T10N, $1. A YEAR, w5.wm Entered at IA rottofla aiJe'StttM Oli'j tin., at teconj clailwUter, N(w8rlii. Jan.7,BiW.) Thursday, Out. ;1, lU'JU- Newspaper Low. Sko, It JMon orjeri m lmpet dliconttuued lit) nittft pay-all rrc.1t-aye. or llie pubililwra inay c'oulliitic ti rnU It intll payment U.miulo, and eclluct tliu whole amount, wlittlicr I li tr.iicffi'rom the oillm or not. Tlicro fan 1)0 no hjiral JUfulilliiu tnce until the payment li ilucje. . Bsc, '9. Tli coUrti lluvo ilcClilctl tlmt re luttiig lo take uewti-aptr- or pe-iiuuliul from tue yonotllco,6rrumoWufc' nlnlltuUua' tlietn uncalled lor la prima fuclu evIUeuco oj lutenUoual fraud. Gaunty Politic. Tlio "election ot tlio lii'pulilican ticket U ft mntfarof groat Impmtanco to iUd llflinihlliiana 6( Oslo bounty mi J" notlilng Should lie loft, niulolio to bring' about tlittt ilcslrublo result. Ki'try ltopttblieiin wh...

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 October 1894

-jr-r State Republican. anrvEBsoH crrr, iobsoobl Written For Thii Paper, OOJpilUi P IJIHERITANCL A Serial Story Complete In, Six Chapters. By A Mltsourian. CHAPTER II. Tho room Into which they had en tered was that In which their father had been murdered, and tho stain of hts blood was yet on the floor. "Come back, Sarah," said Philip, "and let us begin our conquost right here. This was evidently fathor's room and I will have it for mine. Will you please throw open the blinds while I help tho negro bring the trunks in?" Sarah entered tho room again, and endeavored to do as her brother had asked her, but alio coul I not help a feeling of horror as elio walkod around the blood-stain on the floor And when she raised the long low ered saBh and knocked down a mud- dauber's nest on her hand, bIio could not help Jumping back and giving a faint scream. As they were bringing In tho trunkB the negro said: "Boss, alut you afeard to lib In dls house?" "No," answered Philip, "what Is there to" b...

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 October 1894

I; EST ' ftWw(iViii Hi m,. 1 ' 'l i ii mm i"r' il.., NW'.-i. ...... ....-m.',-i'.I.I.i....-i. . . . ....'..i.. i ill i r fi.J"if , ..i,... -,v r' rr rm : ; - : ttrwrfr VOLUME XXIir; V Wh. i&b, U rvr&V7l? JEFFERSON city, cole county, mihsoukk tMjrs .w - v .n,w, JUO inc w en rv i irwLi i io. i rem inc. w noon I'd com? WhouseiKccx Jr . . .. ? -ii.. t .u. ....... ...... irtii,l. rHKy.Bityin UBLICAN. '13 i ( IV till'l DAY- OCTOBER 18, 1894, NUMBER 45. in ouf: own st&tb UtS HAND TORNOFF. ! i , t, W. II. VaUghan.eartLbld, had one of his hands' lorn off Wednesday In machinery aV8hackieford.v '. w . lJOUOat IN TllfiiaOOOLD'TlilEB; Olive? Williams, of Rapcounty, has a wagon Jwhlch he bought: at pnbllo auction In 1850 at BlilYonng blood's sale. It was": an 'old wagon when he bonghtlt. ' Then I'd" iSK" CULPBPrBB GIVEN X .PUR8K. Bev. J. B. Onlpeppori who recently closed a revival at Britler with 260 converts, was presented with a purse ot $400 by citizens Who appreciated the war he m...

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 October 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. THE COUNTY ELECTION.: Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Ycnr. Thursday, Oct. 18, 18H4. J. C. FISHKlt, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One lucli, 1 mnnlti I1 Oo One-quarter column, 1 month 3 ftu One-bait column, 1 month GAD Ont column, 1 month II " One.ciuartcr page, 1 month .17 00 One-half page, 1 mouth 31 00 Discounts on yearly contracts. Locals, A cents pur lino each Inscilioi.. DIFFERENT CONDITIONS. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Railroad Commissioner Joseph Flory, of ,St. Louis. Superintendent of Public Schools J It. Kirk, of Jackson county. Judge of tlio Supremo Couit W. 31. Robinson, of Jasper county. For Congress Joel D. llnbb.vid, of Verallc. RKl'UHI.lCAN COUNTY TICKET . For Represpn'rttm ,1. N. E.N'LOE. For County Cleik A. J. Ilauer. For Circuit CI. rk Louis li S lilt- For Sicriff-- Cms. V. Willi inn. For Collect ir Gc.irije W-ilOior'. For I'niet tiling At'nrti'y Coiinul W'ulilci Ui r. For Prolule Juilg J J . Summer. For Treasurer A. P. Grimshaw...

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