ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: State Republican, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,306 items from State Republican, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,306 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 18 October 1894

; v. Efts rtppuBBON city;- misboubi SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, -IN- noVAfica B AMraaa copies jj'jrt'HJtu. Entered at the Pottofflct at Jtlereon CUv Mo., at teeonii class matter. (New Suits, Ju.7,lM.) Thursday, Oct. 18, 1894. Newspaper Law. SKC. If person orjers nit paper discontinued he mutt rJ all arresraget, or the publlihon may contlnuo to tend It until payment it made, and collect the whole amtunt, whether I It taken from the olDco or not. There ran ho no-legal discontinu ance until the payment It made, Bkc. 8, The courts havo decided that re luting to take a newspaper or periodical Irons the poitofflce, or removing uud leaving tuam uncalled for is prima facia evidence ol Intentional fraud. Hu. 2,liay impress. I'AOIFJO KAILEOAL) TIME TAIII..E. Nol,Da? Jixpress... Arrive! 1 a, p.m- Lou I Co I Ulji.UJ. No. 3, Night Kxpreas. An Ives la: 80 g, m lycavea 12:30 a.m. ho. 6, Local Passenger. Arrives 12:0V p.m. l,eavi i'.4 p.lu. iu. V, Texas Express Arnvea mid a.m. Lbuvbs U. Ill, freight,...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 18 October 1894

fewpa 1 StXte Republican. JKjkEEaOI CITT, UISSODOL Written 1'orTlilrt Paper. GOPRP P IjlHERlTANGL A Serial Story Complete In Six Chapters. II) A Mhtmtrlun, CHAPTER III. lYflrn tin roiilil Unci no trace of the Intruder. "TIuto Ih nobody In hero, Bister," ho s.ilil. "There ceirtuliily was," hIio re plied. "Some one came to my side and looked Into my face. I think It was a negro j but 1 could not be sure In the laik." "How could lie have gotten In? The sincloWB In here are all fastened just lis they were when we went to bod 1 do not understand It. What o'clock In ItV" "Four,"' she answered, glnni'lug at 'he clock. "Then it will soon he da light. Let us dress now, then we can ferret out thlM mystcrj ." Having dressed, Philip kindled n tiro of UghtMood knot In the lire place In his room, anil, observing how much It added to the cheerful ness of things, he though lie would kindle one in his sister's room too. The llreplace was large and n wooden screen stood against It. Throwing down his ...

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. — 25 October 1894

L,T ...,..-. ' v. . . ;mmr I ?1K THE STATE 1 REPUBLICAN. VOLUME .XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTSfMISSOUlU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, W.U. NUMBJ3K 4i: IN OUR OWN STATE. SGDA.UA REPRESENTED. Sedalla is represented at Ohllllco the by sovgn bad girls at the Indus try school. DROWNED IN A WELL. Hate, a three-yoar-old son of Halo Montgomery, of Clinton, accldontly fell into a well and was drowned. BURNED AT LADDONIA. Tho Bybeo' house atLaddonia, con ducted' by Adam Rice, burned Tues day morning. It Is thought to bo tho work of an Incendiary. HE STOLE AN UMBRELLA. A man was recently sent to the penitentiary for stealing ail umbrella. We montlon this to show that Justice, JwasJt is some times, Is trying to do duty In Bome parts of Missouri. KKKP OFF THE WALK. The lady cyclists of Fulton "manip ulate" the sidewalks groatly to the disturbance of tho odltor of the Ful ton Sun, who threatens to have them arrested and fined unless they desist. PROFITABLE PUMPKIN RAISING. The Mexico Ledger tells 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. — 25 October 1894

JEJFFEHSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription l'rlco, $1.00 I'cr Year. Thursday, Oct. 18, 1894. J. G. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month Ul On One-quarter column, 1 month 3 lit) One-halt column, 1 month 0 BO One column, 1 month 0 SO Ono.quarter pago, 1 month 17 00 One-hall page, 1 month 32 00 Discounts on yearly contracts. Locali, S cents per line eaeh Insertion. To the Constitution of Missouri, If Queen Lil. has nally gone crazy, ns report saya, it is probably the effect of her trying to unravel the puzzel of Mr. Cleveland's Haw aiian policy. Those mormon missionaries who woro tarred and feathered in Ken. tueky showed poor judgment in going there. The turning down of Breckenridae should have wamod them: If there is anything mora amus. ing than the adoption by an organization of hoodlums of a res olution not to rido in Pullman cars it does not occur to us nt this moment! First Constitutional Amendment JOINT AUD CONCURRENT RESO LUTION submitting to the qualified voters ol...

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. — 25 October 1894

1 ?: 'v sS f sf. as-iv . tif; ' ffejl-i 5LUU IUwbllc. ntFFEBSON CITY MI8SOUBI. , rtlBMBIUD KTIRl THURSDAY ETIttlNCI. SUBSCRfrTIOff, $1, A YEAR, IN- S.ATwTT?T.TT1 COHOCS lTJWlUiil. n(crcd at thi Pottoflct at Jejerion City ill)., it lecoml dan matter. (KewBerlei, Jd.7,18SK).J Thursday, Oct. 18, 1894. Newspaper Law. 6io. If 'a person orders ni paper discontinued lio mutt pay all arrearage", or ttio publlaliort may continue to lend it until pnjiueat li nude, and collect the whole amount; whether t It taken from the ofUoe or not. There can be no. legal dlicontlnu nnco until the payment la made. Hue. 8, -1'be courta have, decided that re futing to take a newspaper or periodical front the poatoltlce, or removing and leaving theni uncullcd forli prima facia evidence o Intentional fraud. 1'ACIFIO ItAJIJtUAD TIME TABLE. r- VVKSTWAI1U, No l,Day Kxjjibss... Arrives 1 :0C p.m. ' ' JMuvetflstuii'in. No. 3, Might Express. Arrives 11:- uu a, m Leaves a.m. No. o, Local l'aetuugvr. Arrives l'JrtU 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. — 25 October 1894

1 State Republican. ravvxasott onr, MIBSOtfBI. Written For Tola Paper. A Serial Story Complete Six Chapters. liy A Mtttourlan. C1IA1TUK IV. When Sarah camo to licrsclf she wna lyltiR wltli lior honJ In tho lap of a Inily while a Btrnnt'O gentlumim atooil by fanning her. At ilrnt bIio could not recall anything, but nskcil tholaily, "Where am IV" "Out on tho side of the road. Mr. Carter and I wore on our way to call on you and your brother, and found you lying hero In .1 faint." "Oli, J'ch, I remember It all," she exclaimed, trying to rise, "my poor brother Ih very flick, and I started to Mrs. Sllvoy's myself, but when I got hero 1 fainted. How glad I am that you, Mr. and Mr. Carter, for 1 recognize you now, have come to my assistance. I'leano help me further. Poor brotherl I fear ho Is dying." "Then get Into tho carrlago with un, Miss I'hlllpson," said Mr. Carter, "and uo will ilrlvo there as faht as possible." They all got in, and the negro driver urged his horses ahead as fast ns 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. — 1 November 1894

if THE STATE REPUBLICAN. .2 VOLUME XXIII. JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1894. NUMBER IH III. . is. It. Ft. 47. 1 i IN nttD rmM ptatp ' . . i i in uui uvvn .1 1 l r'. i i I tuc licrrir at irrir i lib yy rw iimiiu. LEAD IN HICKORY. Robert Ennls has discovered It ad ore near Elkton, Hickory county. He la greatly elated over his fln J and will develop the mine. NATURAL OAS IN BATHS. The Batter Timet says a heavy flow of natural gas was recently struck in Bates connty near Virginia, at a depth of 175 feet. KILLED HIMSELF. Philander Thompson, who lived near Doarbon, committed suicide by shooting .himself through the head. Thompson was once In the Bt. Jos eph asylnm. NOT GUILTY OP MURDER. Aloe Anderson of Douglass county has beon acquitted of tho murdor of Author Large. The murder was committed at Grenada sovornl months ago. Belf-defenco was the plea set up. NO MORE CIGARETTES. The city council at Monett has passed an ordinance placing a license of (250 a yea...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 1 November 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON OITV, MISSOURI. iW',Wt' 1 Subscription Price, 81. 00 Per Ycnr. Thursday, Nov. 1, 18W J. G. FISllEll, Fditur. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 nioiilh Onc-quiti iL'i- cuhiuiiii 1 niniitli. One-lmll column, 1 month... On coluinli, 1 liioiitli One-quarter pufie, 1 month.. Ons-lndt ku 1 numtli Discount on jcuily coiiluict, Local, f ecnis ni line each ....l til) :; .mi U (HI II .Ml 1" uo a-i oo lllseltlol.. Present indications lire that the Democrats will bo about thirty otos shy o ii majority in the next houo. Congressman Wilson, ot V. Vn., should lobo no timo opening fi for-' roepondenco with tliu people who---offered him ti college. presidency last year. Hull need a job soou. Senator Hill may talk and tall; and talk, but it is the speech he. mado in tbo bonate, against the Democratic tnrill bill that tho voters of New Yolk will lehiunber best on election day. It is behoved tlmt tho Domocru'.s itarted tho false repoit that .Mr, Pullman had contribiiled 550,000...

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. — 1 November 1894

5v 6& rill- 4s 'IT lEFFEUSOK 011 MISS0U1U. . rUBLlBUKD EVItlV tlFSRSDAY EVKNlNfl. SUBSGRHTION, $1. A YEAR, -IN-AOUnttCD Enlered at the I'ocluQke at JeJmon City Mn., at tecotvl clam matter. (Kow 8erlo, jsnTTlsSil.l Tliursdny, Nov. 1,, 1804. Buy upoclnclos from Geo. l'ortb, Volofor I. N.,,Etiloo. The HxceUlor fnetory 1ms resumed operalloirj. Voto for A. J. lltmer. Abanlom Hughei of Cedar City, ono of lliti survivors of tho Mexican war, tlluit In Hint city on Wednesday afternoon. Voto for Louia Slrt-H' Tho poimliblB in thia county in tend lo tnnd up for .their ticket, nnd make ns strong a showing ns they cnti. They know that with n strong showing thoy will bo a power in tho politics in tiis county. They intend to muko their strength felt for future nso. Voto for Charles 'Williuius. Tho mnsio tit tho Hurvost Festi val nt tho Episco)id church Sunday evening last was n raro treat to the largo congregation present. Au ex cellent sermon by tho I'ev. C. O. D.ivis yw enjoyed by tho many i...

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. — 1 November 1894

.tJ '.-ST . 1 . I ; -W M State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MIS30UIU. THE MASTER UNAWARES. ItV M It'll KM MA A. LKNT. They iifitdi "The MRMor 1 cnmlutf To honor the town to-dny, Anl none can (fit at whnt houap nr home The Mni-ttT nltl choon to slny,' And I thought. while my licnrt hent ntMly " What If Ho rnn.p to mint'? t'w lOmuhl I Hrlu- to entortnln And lionnnhe duct dhfnel And straight I turned to tolling To mflke my home more neiilj I Mcjt (ind polUhed iind K'trnUlied, Ainl deiUedlt with linnoniH nnrctf I wn troubled for fenr the Master Alight t ome ere my lnk wan done. And I hftfttrned and workeitthe Taster, And wutehed the hutryiiiK un Hut light In the mldt nf my dutiea A Ionian nunc to my ilimrt She had eonn to tell mo her pornm, Ami my eomtort and aid tn Implore. A inl I milil. ! can tint listen, Nor help u any todayt 1 have greater things to attend to, And the plead or turned away. Hut rnnn there came another A cripple, thin, pale and uray And f.Ud, "O, tel me mop ami rest A...

Publication Title: State Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 8 November 1894

mpmnm STATE IP8S. ' .VOtUME-,XXIII. JEFFERSON OITY, COLI 1. IM OUR OWN STATE, UAItnUtlB NOT A, FAILURE. ' William Anderson and wife, of Daviess county, recently celebrated TJefc wedding anniversary. THBY WANT CORN. A Arm of cattle feeders have contracted for 20,000 bushels of Benton county corn at forty cents. WILL NOT BUY ITS WATER WORKS. The blty of Chlllicotho will not purchase Its water works, having already exoeeded the limit ot bonded indebtedness. William Collins, the oldest man In Olay county, died at Liberty last Friday. Ho was born In 1707 and had been a voter for soventyflve years. lie came to Olay county in 1821 from Kentucky. A QIRL HOUSE THIEF. Flora McCrossen, a young girl ot Gedarviller 10 miles nouth of Spring field,, has been convicted of horse stealing. Unless her parents can prove that she is under 10 sbo will be sent to the penitentiary. She traded the animal off. I1& si 'K WOBKUEN FALL EIGHT STORIES. By the breaking of a scaffold at the eighth story of a bu...

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. — 8 November 1894

Htr Mr Ki'l I STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription 1'rlco, 81.00 Per Year. Thursday, Nov. 8, 18U I. J. C. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING KATES. One Inch, 1 month u1 00 One-quarter eoliiinii, 1 mouth 3 "id One-hnK colmiiu, 1 mouth (JIM Ons column, 1 monlli..... "iU ' One.qtinrter puge, 1 muiith 17 00 One-unit tinge, 1 mouth 2 00 Discounts on yearly eonliiiets. Locals, 5 cenifl pur lluu inch Insertion. Tho cheaper prices tho worse yon feci when you hnvo no money to buy. Washington liaa got Mr. Cleve land again; likovviso a robust email, pox Bcaro. Tho burning of bio residenco litis rectilled the fuct of tho exibteuco of ono, J. b. Coxey, nt ono time n , itidoly advertised man. " American wages for American workingmon," is ono of tho funda montnl boliofs of tho Republican pty- Somo of tho men who have, been is tho habit of blackguarding tho United Stales free from tho lenatoiH. Hcnato do not t-eoni ambition of being OUR CAMPAIGN' Tho campaign nl this writing on Monday,...

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. — 8 November 1894

1ST V 11 f . '."if lite ?.- TO.),. Mm- "' f EFFEnOK OITY, MI8S0UM, to- SOBSGRIITION, $1. A VEAR, Entered Itt the Pottufflee at Jtjlerton .OHy Ho., n neani ciati matter. NawSotio, Jnn; 7,16WJ. ' Tliuisilny.Nov. 8, 181)4. Buy specifies from Geo. Troth 13. II. Ewiriglolt forSt. LouIb on Sulidny lind whb tibsont goveriil duys. 'In this isano of tho ympor will bo found no ad. of Mr. l'rod Souring. hnus.- Wo cnll nttontion to the ml. of Abo Holm found- in this issue. Ho is ono of tho inojt lclinblo merchants o( this plnco- Col . 3. W. Ztvfly,' tccrcttuy rf tlio Statu Central commUti;, was Iti ttio city on election tiny, voted and relumed toSt.LotiU on tlie afternoon train. Wo obiervo th.it tlio farmers of Cold county are giving their attention to fruit culture Many now apple and peach orchards can be seen in the county. Tho peoplo in Jefferson City, .for tho first tituo in many years, tiro gottmg wood tit luo very low price. of $2.b7. "Why tho prico should havo been ulfjlier heietoforo is...

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. — 8 November 1894

I" State Republican. jkjjxrson crrr, - wssoinu. A POET'S PBIN0E83. T OBORUR W. PERaBL. Thou art the Princes of my life tn all the scat that come and go, Through all the summer's UlliOi anil flow, And winter v, ith Ha winds and atrlfe, Thou art the Prlncea, of my life They aalfl to me thnt when the spring tihould gather up the April time, And load It with the grace of rhyme, And wlththo swiftness of n nlng, That thou wouldst flee as anything. And yet again, that when the May And sunimerof the year should lass, Thou, too, wouldst vanish, and alasl Our love that lingered hut a duv, WonhjLtnke to wing and then away I laTghcd at thetn with lip of scorn Whit right hail they to doulit my heart What skill to pierce Ihe Inner part, If any, uherc was subtly horn A falsenesa like a mist at morn. Thank Oodt Their dream of deed ami"", Was nothing save an Idle dream, Full wrought but frail as any beam 1'rom out that hollow, btue abyss Heyond the ken of world like this, Pear heart of mine, the Apr...

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. — 15 November 1894

iff ' , ... ( r 4i Ste--. SI THE STATE mi REPUBLICAN. VOLUME XXIII. 7Wt TP" JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTiVMfc&OUItl, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1894. NUMBER 49. c. v ELECTION RETURNS. Official election returns come- in lowly. They only confirm and intensify the reports of republican victories In nearly every state. The official vote of New York city for mayor Is as follows: Wm. L. Strong, (ref. and rep.), 153,048 j Hugh J. Grant, (Tarn,), 108,778: Luclon Banlal, (Soc), 8,181; James McOulIum, (poo.), 208; Qoorgo dettlen, (pro.), 800; Strong's plural lty, 44,208. Complete returns In New York state show the vote for governor as follows: Morton, 008, 712; Hill, 614,874. Morton's plu rality, 153,838. The logsllaturo, is republican. The new constitution carried. Texas elects the democratic state ticket by about 40,000 plurality. The populists made gains on the stato ticket, but did not succeed In elect ing a congressman. The delegation to Washington will be democratic, with tho exception of...

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. — 15 November 1894

STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFEliSOX CITY, MISSOL'III. Subscription Price, SI. 00 Per Year. Thursday, Nov. lfi, 1HUI. J. O. FISUKli, Ml tor. ADVKKT1S1NO HA'IT.S. OnetRclirl month. One-quarter column, t month 3 ' Ono-half coluiiiii, 1 mutitli Hun One column, 1 tnontli I'M' Oae-quarter pagi-. 1 month. -17 CO One. unit pane, I inuiuli "A'iW Discounts un j curly cuutracl. Local, 5 cents pur line each liiH'ittoi,. Cheer up, follows, and hear in mindtho words of tho Homtiti Mates man " tho orda of tho people i tho voice of God." Now tho colli north wind iloth blow, nud there are pio'pect'i of arly suow, piny, what will the poor luiupcr who has lent his occttpution dor If it took Secretary Carlisle two weeks to find out that a M'lvnut cm ployed is ti domeitic sonant, how long will it take hint -to li in t out that an election was held last Ttn- ay. Porhaps Mr. Cleveland movod ont to his country lesidoneo for fear that he might hnvo hccii serenaded and askod for a speech on the election returns had...

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. — 15 November 1894

MP. mm BBS ""rnPj lfev, iEpPJSltON CITY; MISSOURI; li)DI.lSIIED EVIU? TUjnSDAX EVIHIKO. SiipSCRHTiOM, $i. A yeah, 1N- SAMPLE COCTE9 Kipi. KnierciJ nf Iht. I'utUiJke at Jejfmon CUp J.,rttcoiiiletiM'WHV i - (New 8otle, Jau.7, lso. Thuisday, ftov. 10, 1894. Buy 'spectacles from Geo. troth Tho jirobato coiut of Colo conniy lint, boeu iit session during tbis weoK, Tlio Missouri l'ncliio pay car wns expected lit this city to-duy. Tho now justices of Mio ponce nro: --.A... IF...!.,,.. lMnrt Mini n nnd It. ftV .AUaiU AUUlWUli J- .- "'"IIP ... ft. It. , Halter. . Mr- Mr. 0. 0- Turner of Osngo City won tin important suit in the Supremo court that bus Leon pending for ' soveral years. Tho amount recovered 1 is S000 olid tho litlo to u thousand acres of land. be tho Tho Republican victory wns yond question bcueiicinl to country. The revival of business in n nuruber of tho Eastern cities is already roportod. Mayor Grimslmw has nppointed a delegnto to tho Trans. -Mississipp Congress that meets in...

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. — 15 November 1894

7V' I4i 1 State Republican. JEJEBBON CITT, MlBSOtmi. WHAT MY LOVER SAID. BY RICHABD JtBALP, Br the mercat chance, In the (wIUkM gloom, In the orchard rath he met me, In the tAll, fret Rrass, with It fulnt perfume, And 1 tried to pass, tmt he mm, no room Oh! t tried, but he wouldn't let me. SolBtood and blushed until the gratis grew red, With my face bent down ubmo It. While ho took my hand, and hUporltiK ntd How the clover lifted each pink, sweet head To tint to nil that my 1m er aldt Oht the clover In bloom I hue HI In the high, wet urns went the path In hide. And ttiolow, wet lt'int" hunt? over, But I could tint Iah on either rlde, For I found myself when I vainly tried, In the arm of my utradfint lover. And he lit? Id me there and tie raided my head, While he cloned the path before me, And he looked dim n Into my t-yen and miM How the leaves bent down from the bought o'erhead To listen to all my lover said Ohl the leaves hanging lowly o'er mel Had he moved nble but a little way 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. — 22 November 1894

- ft; iffiuS THE .STATS REPUBLICAN. m . 3 VOLUME XXIII, 1 ! i JEFFERSON CITY, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEK 22, 1894. NUMBER 00. THE MISSOURI VOTE. The vote of Missouri -was counted officially Friday. The vote appears for supremo judge by counties ap pears below. Only the vote of Black, dem.j Robinson, rep.t and Jones, John r. Tracy pop. appears In the table. The vote for Robinson, pro., and Sanderson, socialist -labor, being small and scat tering, is aggregated,' and appears in the totals. The table is as follows Counties. Adiitr Andrew....... . AtchUon ............. Audrain ....m.,l,. . Ban?... i... .......... narton, ..... ., lUtea .... ............ Benton Bollinger.. . Boone Buchanan Batter .... Caldwell .' Callaway,... Camden , Cape Girardeau Carroll Carter .,...'. Can Cedar Charlton Christian ...... ..... Clark Clay Clinton Cole... Cooper ............... Crawford..... Dade r. Dallas ........ Daviess.. DeKalb Dent Douglas DunKlln ......... Franklin Gasconade t J ent...

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. — 22 November 1894

8TATE 5KFFKIIS0N CITY, MISSOUM. subscription l'rlcc, $1.00 I'cr Year. Thursday, Nov. 22, 189 1. J. C. FISH Ell, Jul I tor. ADVKUTISING ItATKS. Ons Inch, 1 mouth u1 Mi One-quarter column, 1 imihIIi :! ."(I One-half column, 1 mouth Dim Ons column, 1 mouth ti.Mi One-quarter puge, 1 month 17 UU Ona-lialf page, 1 inoiitli Hi 00 Discount? on j curly contract. Locals, 6 cents pur 1 1 no each inurtlot.. Chairman Bnbeock didn't brenl; iho bank nt Montu Curio, but be broko the solid south, Whnt n pity it is thnt ISnynrd doeirj't resign, no thnt Wilson could bo jjent to Loudon ns AiulMv.udor Tw English loo him so. Gov. Tillman, ot South Cirrnlitin, Isn't tho wisest man in tho woild but ho bin wisdom enough to ob jeel to being called it populist, i Senator Jtill ought to be nblo to xtrnet some satisfaction from (ho fact thnt bin prophecy of Democratic defeat, made in his -enate speech, hns been inoro than fulfilled. More Bonds Issued. Willi nil duo respect lo the great finnncicrs who nro respon...

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