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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1899

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1899. NUMBER ONE. WWWWWWWMMW c News and Comment S Thanksgiving Day, Nov. :i. New corn is selling nt 2(i cents a bushel at Wcllsville. Tin Mkssaiik will Democrat ir, and don't you forget it. The Ilaptisis are erecting u beau tiful new church edifice at Mar tinsburg. Every time you I it-It a war stamp it is a lick for "benevolent assimilation." V D. Hunger, a prominent at torney of Fort Worth, Tex., is the guest of his uncle, .lacoli Hauler, of near Santa Fe. ,.Dave Kail stirred I. p a hornet's nest in beginning this agitation for a State Primary. It is a popular idea, as is that kindred idea of elect ing State Senators by direct Vote. Mexico is the center of the earth. All the printers have, employment and foreign help in this line has to he drought in. All this a pointer that there is no room for a third paper? The Mexico correspondent to the Vandalia Leader nominates W. W. Fry for the State Senat...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1899

THE MESSAGE .Iohn Bf.al, Editor nml Proprietor. Terms of tSttbsrrip(ion: On. Year $1.00. Six Months 50 ccnli. Thre Month 2$ cents, THURSDAY, NOV. 1), 18'J!. Salutatory. The Mexico Missnriu Mkssauk makes its how ln-fore the people of Mexico and Audruin county this week. Wean? here for two reason, .namely to get a living d to fol low up the endeavor to till n pltto of usefulness. There in a field here, mid a 11 lim ber of Mexico's best eitizens hnvi urged that we step into the place, so here we an The Messaok editor has Im-cii connected with tlie Liiddoniii Herald for fourteen years, was born and raised in the county, has helped pay the county's taxes since his majority, and hence feels that hi comcH with recommendations other than a stranger. The Messaok will always 1m found Btanding up for Mexico, Audrain Count v and Orand Old Missouri. The paper will l Democratic in jioliticH, sound to the core. "1G to 1," an ineonu tax, 'anti-banknote despotism," and anti-imperialism art! among ou...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1899

i THE MESSAGE L. A. HiHi), IjoculEditor. THURSDAY. NOV. 9. 18H). An anti-trust baking powder com pany has been organized. Mrs. George ISruek of Mexico is visiting at llacine, Wineonsin. "Grandma" Shoup, of HuhIi Hill, has been in very feeble health of late. L. Crigler, lute of Mexico, is now a permanent resilient of St. Louis. Kev. I. II. Jennings, colored, of Mexico, has tiled suit for divorce from his wife. John Walker of Mexico has ac cepted a position in u packing house at Omaha, Nel. . Mrs. J. G. Lakenaii und daughter, Miss Ruth, of this city, entertain a ' house party tonight. James McClannahau, while row ing got a "ducking" in the lake east of town last Sunday. The Message extends special thanks to the Intelligencer manage ment tor tuybrs this week. The C. & A. night train west troiu Chicago to Kansas City has changed time, arriving in Mexico earlier. Mr. J. A. Hotts, north of Mexico, and Miss Anna Hotts, of this city, are to be married next Wednesday. Congratulations. Th...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1899

For Accurately Adjusted GLASSES ...Consult... DR. A. C. WHITE, Expert Optician Dll. WIIITK is it graduate of the beat Optical College 111" world and has had a ir'ut deal of expert i pnee in nospitm work, lie uses Finest Instrument ami Opthalmic Apparatus, such as is used by the leading opticians of New York, St. .Louis and Chicago. Jsyes exam ined FREE. Office over Morris & Allay's Store, East Side Smmrc1. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. !t. 1HI). Eli Perkins here tomorrow night. Hon. Champ Clark is in Wash ington, ready for his duties when Congress meets. Presiding Elder Poland preach eu at ine j irst ,M. l.. ciiureli in Mexico last Friday night. Dr. Poland is one of Missouri's tlnest 4ulpit orators. The Mkkxaok is mi the south west corner of the siiuire, heud of the stairs, Knbrich building. We want our friends to he tree to cull on ns at liny time. Yellow fever quarantines are being raised all thru the South, the result of frost mid low temper ature. Public schools are again openi...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1899

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 18Q9. NUMBER TWO. -v. . ' Shingles ! Shingles! Shingles ! g News and Comment J Mulcs'nre'sclling around Fulton tit about $:i.Yto $101) per head. Di'. K. ('. I 'live of Mexico return ed hist wfH'l; ffrnm tin interesting meeting of railroad surgeons in St. Louis. Tlif Cciitralia Courierjis seeond iiif t lit. lioin i nat i i is of I. II Cul 1 1 1 mid Orlando llitt as good sena torial timber. The Columbia Herald thinks there will lie no third luiry in lillMl. ,, . ... . . , .1 . The issue Will lie between the two! great political parties. Mrs. Edgar Littrcll. ,.ged is. j died last I linrsdny tat lier I101111 near Worcester, The remains were interred at Rock $11 ill Jccinc- tery. The three year old son of i. W. Smith at Cciitralia met a horrible death last Wednesday. The child was plaving in the kitchen and fell t.,i. ..( i, , ..,,..... ti... ,, , I. . ! taee and lmilv were liadlv luirned. I '0,,pK I ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1899

THE MESSAGE John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Ttrms of Subscript ioti : On Year , ,,,, $ 1 .00. Sit Month 50 cenli. Three Month , 25 cent. THURSDAY, NOV. 1C, 181W. There are thousands of men who adhere to the doctrine of Lincoln, who regard present-day Republi canism as a verv different tiling. Our Worcester correspondent wants an expression on "Public Ownership." Friend, we believe it ii coming, but some of these other big questions niUKt be settled fifst. The Doers are still making it hot for the British in South Africa. Ladysmith, it is thought, will cer tainly be in the hands of the Doers within a few days, if capitulation has not already occurred. It is thought that. Jester will not be tried until next June; in the meantime the costs go mounting up against the State. The old man should have a speedy trial and either given his sentence or his liberty. Iron has jumped up in price have you investigated how much and whyt If we could see the price of farm products going up and the w...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1899

TT THE MESSAGE L. A. Bird, Local Editor. THURSDAY. NOV. 1G. 18G9. 'Squire Tomlinson remains in a very feeble condition of health. Misses Fletim ami Fay Snido, of Mexico are home from a visit in Fulton. Mrs. .1. II. Shell returned this week from a visit to her son, F. M. Shell mid family at Kansas City. Mr. John 1'. Newman, of Am vasse, and Miss Stella II. Dudley were united in marriage yesterday in Mexico by Eld. J. J. Griflln. Miss Itessie licnold in visiting at Henick, and will also witness the marriage of her cousin, Miss Owens, at that place tlii week. J. V. Faires and wife, ot Mex ico, are visiting the family of their son, James Faires, in the Wesley Chapel neighborhood this county. H. K. Elliott's Stove Lining Works should have every encour agement possible from the Mexico people. We need more such enter prises. Sam Cook, of Mexico, is out with W. J. Bryan, Maj. Harvey Salmon and Col. W. E. Wetmore for a hunt in the Ozark moun tains in South Missouri. Herdin Bruton, colored, o...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1899

T For Accurately Adjusted CLASSES Consult DR. A. C. WHITE, Expert Optician DR. WHITE is u Krutiiit r tho tet Opticnl College in Hie world and has had a great deal of experi ence in hospital work. Hp iim-s Finest Instrument and Opt huliuic Apparatus, hik-Ii ih is used lv tin' leading optician of New York, St. Louis and Chicago. Kyes exnin ined IHV.K. Office over Morris & Abl.ay's Slorr, East Siitn Square. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. Hi. isiii). Pose yourself concerning the now roiul law. KH Perkins 'lecture in Mexico failed financially. lie didn't draw the crowd. YV. A. Daynes, n Chicago Linker, hai gone into hunkrupty, oonf'es ing to nearly 100,000 Inliilities. ISeen gambling too lenvy. Didn't they shout 'cm in Ken tucky on election day? Thev go futlier than taking matters out in ctiHsin' over in Kentucky The friends of Hon. V. l (Hark continue to urge h's candidal! for the State Senate. It must he granted that Mr. ('lark has the prestige anil standing that would make him a very ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 November 1899

Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 18QQ. NUMBER THREE. Mexico Shingles ! Shingles! Shingles ! g News and Comment jjj I 'ay your taxes before the first of tin- year, or the law requires that you must pay a penalty. 'loli 11 Allen, of St. Louis, injured in a foot liall game altout ten days siiii'f, died from liis injuries last Friday. J. II. Starr, near Tulip, this county, is f ling ."i.OOO sheep, and 21(1 head of eattle. Mr. Starr is the star stock man of Audrain Co. Mayor Samuel L. Jones, of Ohio, who carried Mark llanna's home town for Governor, says that the election in that State was most gratifying to him. Jones does not believe in partisan municipal elec tions. Samuel Mc(iee, 14 years old, 4 miles southeast of town, last Fri day morning was kicked on the head liy a horse and his skull was fractured. At the last report he was doing as well as could he ex pected. The Louisiana Press says: A t'entralia man advertised in a news paper fo...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 November 1899

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. JOHN Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Terms of Subscription: One Year Six Months Three Month $1.00. ...50 cents. ...25 cents, THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1MW. The Kepublieims lost votes ev erywhere in the last elections. William Jknmnhs Bryan in the greatest living Aineri'nu today. Thb Messaok h irotid of its list of eorre-toinleiit!4. They are all good one. And Otis has ruptured Mis. Aguinaldo's wardrobe Hut Agtiin Rldo'tt spouse had flown. Christkas ia coming. The ME8SA0E woulJ nuke a nice pres eiit to jour friend. Tins war expansion goes on ex panding taxes, and what about our pension list n little laterT And Mark 1 lamia is to be pre vailed upon to resign, llisadinin iteration is getting too odorous. The HuroiM'iui nations are seem ingly working to get "I'liele Sum" to relax on the Monroe Doed-ine. And 0. d. Vk.ht comes out in op position to u State primary. Has Hon. George Graham considered Kentucky lately? Tub Messaok is picking up a Hun list of subscr...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 November 1899

THE MESSAGE L. A. Bird, Local Editor. THUKSDAY. NOV. 12:. 18GJI. Mra. It. M. White in tit Eureka Springs for a ninntli. Oklahoma Iiim taken steps to be admitted into the Union. The chicken pox i- heicabonts. Out' or two caws in Mexico. Mrs. .L li. Kane in visiting Judge Kendall's fitniily in Vandalia. Miss Cornelia Corner, of Lad don in, is visiting Mexico relatives. Hidden entertiiins tlie Missouri Dairy Association Nov. -7, JH, and 'J!l. Chupliin (leorge Burr, aged 71, tin old resident of Fulton, died lust Sunday. 11 v I.E. Link, of M..h rly.f mi erly of t hit cit v, is wrestling with tli- inuniiH. The Mexico football team met the (Vntralians Monday. Mexico got left 0 to 0. ' Well, let the automobile conn : it'll em our.ige the building of bet ter roads and Rive the horses rest. The Centralia Courier reports that Sain Hanna in that locality, is still losing calves with blackleg. Tin' price of leather It is taken an alvimce. The excuse of the trusts is that it in the Transvaal Wiir...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 November 1899

For Accurately Aduted CLASSES Consult DR. A. C. MITE, Expert Optician DR. WHITE is a graduate of the beit Optical College in the world and has bad a great deal of exeri ence in nospitai work. lie uses Finest Instrument anil Opthalmic Apparatus, such as is uncd hy the leading opticians of Mew 1 ork, M. Lonis and Chicago. Kyes exam ined free. Office over Morris St Abhay's Store, East Siile Square. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 'J.'l. 1S!I!. The Messaoe editor's family moved up from Laddonia thin week. The Messauk and KaiiH.w City Star on year, $ 1.15. CVdi in ad vance. St. Louis lias an epidemic of typhoid fever. Impure water is the cause. Miss Lillie Armstrong, of this pity, returned this Meek from a visit to friends in St. Louis. Central in authorities sat down upon the proposition to establish a billiard hall in that town. Scarlet fever, in epidemie form, has been raging at Moherlv, and there have been many deaths. Sam Calhrcath, near Hush Hill,, was badly frozen one night last winter...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1899

Missouri Message VOLUME I. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1899. NUMBER POUR. Mexico Shingles ! Shingles! Shingles t nmnntnunwimm S News and Comment 3 VCISSSSSKSSSSSSSftSSSSSIUnkl Cbristmai comes on Monday this year. The Armstrong block lias leen treateil to a now coat of paint. Miss Hansard'ti for trimmed hats at cut prices for the next few week. See Miss Hansard's elegant line of trimmed hats at special cut prices for the next few weeks. For the next few weeks Mis Hansard, the popular milliner will offer special bargains in trimmed hats. I. J. Sims, of Tompson, shipped 108 head of cattle to the St. Louis market last week. Mr. Sims is a hustling stockman. Miss Annie Lnpton, daughter of C. R. Lupton, of Mexico, knows how to use a gun. Last Thursday night a burglar was discovered on a one story kitchen endeavoring to enter her father's window. A crack from Miss Lnpton's gun caused Mr. Burglar to flee for his lite. An Illinois paper gets off the following on a Mis...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1899

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. JOHN Beal, Editor and Proprietor Terms of Subscription: OwYf... $1.00, , Sis) Months , to cenu, Three Mootht 5 cents THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1899. in at McKlnley, the Gold Standard and the Trusts. Next Monday Congress convenes and the people will hear a message from McKinley. It will deal with the issues confronting the country b? circumlocution and dodging But one question will be squarely met; and that too, in a measure mav be dealt with by a play of . words.' No difference what the President may say in his message, he is ex pected before his administration closes to help fasten forever the gold standard upon this country. Hear a word from Henry Clews the Wall Street banker, member of the New York Stock Exchange New York Produce Exchange New York Cotton Exchange, Ch cago Board of Trade and what else W know not. Should not a man in nch a position know what ho was talking about T We believe he was peaking for the President the other day when he said:...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1899

THE MESSAGE L. A. Bird, Local Editor. THURSDAY. NOV. 30, 1809. Felix Arnall is sick with typhoid fever at his home in West Mexico. Air tight O ik stoves, Jewel und 8uperior sol I on trial. Ferris & Caul hoi u. Homer Ail.nm h,i8 resigned his position at the "Globe" and re turned to hi home in Laddonia. Carving sets, turkey roasters, sansage mills, Superior co .king stoves. Kerr's & Cuuthorii W. M. Jesse, of Hush Hill, is the new salesman in the general store of J. II. Wayne in Benton City. Clay .Shepherd and wife of this city, have moved to Louisiana. Mr. Shepherd has a position with the La Cross Lumber Co. Genuine Superior cooking and beating Move. Si e p rapes on the door before buying, G3 years on the market. Thy a e mud of A qual ity of iron 1' erris & Cunt horn. The revival meeting at the Mex ico Baptist church, conducted by the pastor, Dr. Porter, is gather ing interest daily. May it accom plish a great good. Fprris & Cauthorn, Sau'a Fe, Mo. Gentlemen: I bought ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1899

; 1 . 11 "'"TZIIZ"; For Accurately Aduted GLASSES ' Consult Dn. A. C. WHITE, Expert Optician DR. WHITE is a graduate of the best Optical College in the world and has had a great deal of experi ence in hospital work. He uses Finest Instruments and Opthalmic Apparatus, such as is used by the leading opticians of New York, St. Loois and Chicago. Eyes exam ined tin. Office over Morrit & Abbay'i Store, East Side Square. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 30. 1899. Thia is Thanksgiving Day. The Lord has been good. Be thankful Married, at the Christian church in Mexico last Wednesday night week, by Eld. S. D. Dutcher, Mr James Carroll to Miss Verdie O'Neal, both of Mexico. Middletown Chips: John Deal's Mexico Message made its appear ance last week, and is a clever and clean paper. Chips hopes it may ancceed, and sees no reason why it shouldn't. While driving to his home near Warrensburg, Mo., in n storm last Wednesday night week, Josne Bil liogsly, aged 62, became fright Bed at the aspect of t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 December 1899

Mexico MESS AGE. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1899. NUMBER FIVE MISSOURI Shingles ! Shingles! Shingles ! L! News and Comment J5 I- B Sun- enough, if we keop on expanding wlio will be the foreign ers to ia,v our tariff taxes. ('.('. Lucas nnd Ollie Moore, of near Satilit Fe, made the Mkssaok ti substantial call last Fridav. Col. liven Clay, of Mexico, is enjoying the sunshine of the South at his plantation in Mississippi. The Leader at Sturgeon wants t bond that city and put in an electric light plant. City Owner shin xou're right, Pro. (irev. The Trenton Trilmne tells of a fence made of such crooked rails that every time n pig tries to crawl thru it he comes out on the same side he went in. A Mill-on City woman is suing her husband for divorce on the grounds that he gives his hound dogs more attention than he does her. 'Sneet she has good grounds. The Sheriff of Kails county, who has old men .Jester in charge, will li a candidate for the Democratic n...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 December 1899

rarr message Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the FontoflU'e at Mexico, Mo., M second-claw matter. Terms of Subscription : One Year $1.00. Six Months 50 cents. Three Month 35 ct nl THURSDAY, DEC. 7. ls'S). Tuu stau-l t-i'an I.y the Mk.-'s.ud. lid -.v... 1: fr. -tii i ,'.:!.' Ii,:t - l-::tn: '.; Slid ".(.'?'.! vi OV .., ;ti'- f'f.i.'riit. I 00 if, shut's jK.'i'i j. Hiiiidtv-Ji (.: A;.;..-! I .- ..-ii'.-.i.i;; on this fpi"stion ' municipal ownership of j -1 ; t I : tiid itic?. An old friend of tin Mk.k ka.ie, born in England, tho now having lieen a citizen of this coun try nour forty years, endorses the Me.ssa(ji;'s position heartily, and bauds iu the observations In-low, concerning tho management of one ot the large cities of his native land: Iluddersfield, a eitv of England, of 100,000 inhabitants, largely mill operatives, is an interesting study. Every luuuieipal monopoly is un der pub! it! management. The wa ter works have been successfully ma...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 December 1899

THE MESSAGE L. A. Bird, Local Editor. THURSDAY. DEC. 7. 18!)i). A fcO.:i.il will liC gitcn by the Kp v.rth Loitiif of the l-'ir-t 11. E. Chur.-li, Vt'Aay tMCuiim, Dec. 15, ot tin home f Mr. a d Ers. E. 15. Norris, mi Norf Jeflf"i8ou. Every lo ly ciii''. EM. II. A. Xorthcutt, of Kirks villc, closed a meeting at the Christian church nt Marshall last week with 8!) additions to the membership. Eld Xorthcutt is the father of Mrs. E. U. Locke of this city. Win. Stcd'cii. a former resident of Mexico, now in the hardware business in Vnndalia, contemplates moving back to his old home. Mr. Stetfcns is the kind of a man to be appreciated anvwhere, and we are Kind to know he will ujraiu make his home in Mexico. One of the business men of Mex ico fortunate enough to have secur ed advertising in the lirst few issues of the MKSSAtiK tells us he has work to do up to Christmas. Ke "sults will always be secured by placing your advertisment with us. The following eases from Mon roe county, by change o...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 December 1899

For Accurately Adjusted . Consult . ft 1)1! best, ), Mini 1 . . t -oiici; i Finest I A ppru Sit ttMiliuvr Louis :i iin.'il n:u: ..Expert Ojilicion i ''i:. !( i if ill"' i ;r : I ( !. i! (';.' in ! lie w orM li.fi ' ;:i i' : :! -x 'Ti- -i'iu! w 1 1;. Hi' -' ri'iii -iiU mid ( )l Iniliuic I'-, Mle'il as i-i 1 1 -i 1 I V lllt 'ili ! ! H (if l'W Vml;. St I t'!i;M''i. lives exam- Mi. 1 ..-I ";:::... Judrfc Richard Phillips Dead (.Ynlralin (Jourirr, Judjr ' ltV it i I'iiil i; h oie I a t'i' homo ot his il.itisjiti r, Mrs. t'.. . n. ,,..!;,. :,, K',.,.v,.i J c 1 1 niw.nt ., I , mi it h is been iinnoved so nmi'li ubout live o clock i. in ili'inlay, o! heart AGAINST HOLDING ff THE PHILIPPINES. John Sherman. Hear liiin. lit TP I IE I r C C7 R I M AA J. .'. I- .t A V A nPJ4 Tl!!'!'l V. li:C ". I'M). I M": '-! "vi r !:!'.( f.r (In poi.v i :i Tba 1;-i!n . Tin' 'in able fiililr, ss and 1 Wi ll ri'i i ' v i i i , 'i'cin''i-' i 1 v liMcr S. I). I) it. '.iT i Mil' llllillll III .'i-lillij t the .M' n...

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