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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
VOL. VIII. MARSHALL,' SALIN1C COUNTY MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 6 1899. NO. 32 I . jit .vt' 0IR0OIT COURT Thursday April 37 la matter ol exceptions o( Boat mans Bank of St. Louts to report of sale of asset of Citizens Stock Bank. Before Hon W. L. Jarrott. Kzccptions sustained as to items 379 and a8o, being Judgments against Storts Bros, for $13,571.19. Said exceptions as to all other mat' ten over-ruled, appealed to K. C. Court of Appeals. In assignment of Citizens Stock Bank, Com P. Storts Assignee Assignee ordered by court to institute suit against dirictors . ol Citizens' Stock Bank for negli gence In management of the affairs of said corporation. The state' ment of assignee approved and eccts. allowed. Assignment of Slater Savings Bank, R. T. Brightwell assignee Assignee makes and files proof of publication of order of court to sell ' insolvent assets and notice ordered given in Stater Index. Jas D. Wagle ct al vs W. S, Holland. Deft files answer. Harry B. Jones vs Vlrgle Jones l'lff...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
2 TZHl r aWil PUBLICAN Vk' 'JrCDtfcK, Editor. Tauriiomi, No. 9. iday, May 5, 1899 , "Taw Democratic patty," aaya th State jTribuM which pretendi to be $he oCcUl organ of the party, btt to Martr that of the admtnls trttlws wing, "aeed a'touch of iu "old tine aggressiveness. It needs to lay down its shield and pick up a sword," Concluding tbla opculuir appeal follows, the statement, which Is not a true proposition and from which therefore no valid couclnslon can , be drawn. That "the record jof Democracy la this atate, needs no jlcfewt" la preposterous. It Is an open imposition upon the people. to think that they believe what ever la Democratic (by our leglsla ture'a construction) Is right. It would be well for the state Demo cracy, If no defense were needed for its record, for where is it not vulnerable? The people have been so well informed as to the do nothing and do-wrong policy of the legislature, the stubbornness of the Governor, tome of whose appointees are dlsrcpuUble and disg...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
1L i - -1 ' f in' "tib in Pain? i Then probably tho kidneys. tm Ohtr Then probably tho longs. Bit iffAfffsy Then probably rheumatism. No matter where it Ik, nor what kind; you need have it no longer. It may bo nn hour, a day, or a year old; it moat yield to Dr.Ayers Cherry pectoral faster ImiwlUM after appljl I T f Ml IU toothing, warailer, atMagtk fowtr. It qiUU coagtilloa J diawa est Inflammation. It Is a new plaster. A rw eonUaalloa of ttw rtmlla. Mail after f tnlho.l. EaUnly Bntlka lay ether platter. Tto Triumph of MoJ.ru Umllcal Mit. Tb Perfected rrodactcf tun ci rnUntToll. Placed oitr tka chut It U rw tful tld to Ajtr'a Cherry Pee tortl la lh tnatmal of til throat aoJ Unit affectlona. Placed over tie ttemach, It atcpa iiwi and romltlag; onr the tnwtli. It conlrl cramp tad colic. riaced onr tht imall of tba back. It remove til coagtttloa from In HJm; tod grceUy atrtagUitas viakataa. For tat if til bnnlata. ;.aAf Co,Lowall,Ma. Ti Sam Bond 01 ah The reception given the Sans SoucI...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
1 ..PkiBAv; May j, J890 . J ,A Kobvrtlpn, ol Slater, who ha mm BattlMd Micourseln the study of Mtdtelsc, vltMdjhaf toother, Mrs J N Robertsoo, oniai'ardsy, " , Tho wedding of Mr Cecil Wilion.'uf Kansas CUy, tod litis Annie Thomas, of Ml Uonard, will uko place soros Ilmo ilutlojt lha raonlli of Juuv. l O t'ljorntoo, of Halt Springs, altonde.l the funeral of hla liter-!n-law, tbo late, Mrs LotlU Tnotulori. which Iook plica on.8furday. liar N 0 McCain, of Conltr, preached at Bolton Sunday tod stopped over f jr 11,111110 visit to tier W It Dobyni and family Monday on Ida way homo. llio Marshall Teuuls club bavo met and reorganized for the summer and many a pleasant hour'1 baa been plan ned tor tbo coming days ol annimer. We want too new customers next week and will make sitting for children or young ladle. Sec our large hand bill. Bluett's Aitr Gallkkv. Julius Wooll of Kamai City, gencr. al manager of tbo American Idle In. eUranc Co., wai the guset Saturday of Mr. Lowensl.lo and family ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
bi r MS Boaaarta lot pia livtr, and cart tlUaentM, tick headache, Jaundice, Biattt, lo<nf tlou,eta. Tbrj art lo valuabl to prevent a cold or break op i fever. Wild, rtnUe, certain, tber ere worthr or confidence. Purely TetcUbte. ther, can oa laaen 07 cnuartn or aeneaie women. Pile. '.licit til medicine ileelera or by mall ILLS' on bt liken br children or delicti woman. rn, ;ncai an mraicine neeiera i of C. I. Hood t Co., Low til, Man. IN THE COUNTY- SHACKELFORD Messrs Atex Bell, John Jabn, Rob't Thompson. Bob Smith and D Harrison attended "Uncle Tom's Cabin," at the opera house in Marshall Saturday evening. There will be a snclliue match in our school house here Friday evening, May 5th. All are cordi ally invited to attend, There were thirty-five pupils present at our Sunday school lost Sunday. Try and scud in some report next Sunday. Henry llillcbrand returned home from Warrcusburg last week) where lie lias been attending school. Cyrus Ttirley and ltd Lancan attended "Uncle T...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
If TlItMlElBllIKEfl 7S i.'Havc opened in the J Mifliricr and Dress Making -" . Business ;again in the building East of arpentcr s Kackct Store, opposite the jail, and will Aeep ine Latest and most Fashionable Styles of he Sea son and at prices to suit the Times. Call and sec for yourselves uciorc uuying elsewhere. Thanking my friends and patrons for thejr past pat ronage, I remain as ever, Mrs. M. E. Campbell, J LOCAL NliWS. Kcllcy ban Alumliitut Spectacles. Mlir Mlnnlo Vines Stindayed In the illy. Iltcyeles for rent at the Mitch ell's. Ill-Focal lenses, all stylos at Kclloy's ayrnu Judgii II J Orcr, ol Orearvllle, nan ii l Monday. Kcllcy liai an Opllmlmoicopa to luit your eyci. ail It. COicr hai returuid from a tl.lt to friends lu 81 Loultt, Itev James Hitler hai returned to lilt home In Sedalla. Kcllcy acknowledges few equals J'KT?lS.h-rBllflpg. ' n5,M Mm. J. II. Ilaker, ol Mt. I.cuard, km a visitor Saturday. Harry l'arsuna ipeut Sunday aud Monday at lllsckburn. F.ugeuo Dawes Irad...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
2 'V 3 h4 ' it cc Bind." In oi'ier mont!i iveforget, the harsh wmJj If .Spring. 'But they haze their use, as some say, to livu oat the bad air accumuLted after Winter storms and- Spring thaws. There .is far more important accumulation of badness in the veins and ar teries of humanity, which needs Hood's Sarsaparilla. Till ircat Spring Medicine rlarlflra llm IiIckxI at nothing else cm. It cures scrofula, kidney disease, liver troubles, rheumatism anil kindred ailment. Thin tl elves perfect health, tretiRlti and np petite (or monllii to come. Kidney ir airfners troubled m, anil on advice li Honda Sarssparllle wblcli (art prompt relief, better aillte, Mjr sleep It refreshing. It cured my also." UiniAti. lloTLt, J. 73 Iennr Blrrtt, ritttbur;, Pa. Dyaia)fila-, Complicated with lire r and kfdnejr trouble, 1 suffered for veere with dyspepsia, with sever palm. llood'a Sartsnarllla made me strong and hearty." 1. It. Kxsaro, Main Htreet, Auburn, Mt. Mp Wseaaa-" Yit runnlna sores 'on mjr hip c...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 5 May 1899
aaaaaaaa 3 jA". Excursion Bulletin; ialMi Pol tils. Limit. Mate May Mil - Louisville, Ky, " . Klrksvliht, Mo. Louisville, Ky. Sn Francisco, Ctl. Denver, Col. Hoaeseekers Minneapolis, Mltin. Roanoke, V. St. Jo, Mo. 15 days . May 1 3th M 30th July 15th Juae 15th 21 days June 4th June itb May nd $15.65. 3' 75. I& 65. WW TIM STORE m J U M4 tSlk Ui 15. l6.tf.pA 6t B5v One fare, 18 55' aj 65, 5 10. READY-TO-WEAR partlctilara aDolv to W. A. Beatly, T'k't Agent, Marshall. J. Charlton, O. P.T. A., Chicago. "0 1- 1' , in ratponto to Haor raiuviu tin UciTBlicA publUUatba poem recltod by Captain Cog las at tbo Now York Unhurt, whlcb Inrolrcd ut hi illplo matle troublo with Oerrutuy. Tin trouble which aroM, baa created Ihe itotlro to know moro ol tba cauio and theto verset ara lor tblt rca.on icprluleiland not became ol cither tholriiiotltortailojlorlbcy urn ueltht-r pratteworlby nor elegant. Dur Kalter ton dai Katerlaml, Uml (lott umt I all ding, command! two, acb don't you understand? Mcln...