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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mim Mary True. A deatli which not only brought sorrow and sadness to the immedi ate family, but to a large circle of friends as well, was that oi Miss Mary True, daughter of Mrs. Fan nie I), and the late Klijah Ttue, which occurred at Rock port, Texas, where she went some weeks ago in search of health. She had rpeiit most of the past two years in Col orado, hoping to improve her con dition, but neither climatic changes nor the advice and attention of the most skilled physicians could ar rest the disease, and she passed peacefully away from earth on Thursday night, December 20th, at 1 1 o'clock, in the twentieth year of her age. Mary was a sweet and lovable young lady, enjoying every mo nient of her young life, hearing her ill-health without a murmur. She was a consistent member of the Baptist church and Sabbath school, and her consecration and loveliness of character leave an example wor thy of emulation. The remains in charge of the mother and Mr. K. K. Taylor,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BrSnkard'Thomas. W. H. Hriukard, engineer tit tin ice plant in this city, mid Miss Klnont Thomns, daughter of John Tliomns, of Nelson, were married nt the home of the bride on Decent her 25th nt j o'clock in the after noon, Rev. I). C Holtnn of this city performing the ceremony. Thchridc was becomingly gowned in n suit of brown cloth and is a very excellent young lady. An el egnnt dinner was served immedi ately after the ceremony to the im mediate relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ilrinkard arrived in this city on the noon train on Wednesday and will go to house keeping at once. The kiUTHUCAN extends ron gtatulations to the young couple, wishing for them a long lifeof hap piness and prosperity. Haynie'Jettup. Klnier J. llayuie, sou of K. M. Hayuie ol this city and Miss Sadie Jessup, daughter ol J. A. JesMip, j a prominent business man of Mi-, ami, were married on Monday evening, Dec 24th, at the home of Kev. Hairy Crtini of the Methodist church, the officiatin...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mi ami lltd 01 ill KfMs PMn Hints the ! Best Mrie.. i IrtKlKS SwmrsU la nuaati in vwiiivnv Ml ftffl Stick Ms to Mless VHkty EverytMftt Hi Kweky. Clocks, Watches, Sterling Silver, j Cut Glass and Ebony Goods All of wlilfli wo would be lnl to show you. i V think we. fan give you prices that will please you. Conn ami try us. V'uxu watch re pairing a specialty. North fide of the sipiaie. MAUCH & ADAMS. i LOCAL IN BRIEF Vunrc l.uurl I vl-lilntr relative- tit Clllliim. .Inlin Anil, of Ni'I-iiii. wa- u vl-ltor Monday. !. K. Deal, of Falrvllle. wa- a vl-l-mr Friday. Mike Sandldirc I- li'i'k wlili IS iV Huckner. II. II. I'nrxnn- -pent Friday hunt- III!.' IH'III' (illlllllll. I). I1. Anili'iMMi. if Oili' n. vii- a vl-ltor Saturday. Mr, .lane llrucc, who ha-been very III. I convule-cli!'.'. I. I.. Terrell left Saturday nlj.ht for n short lui-lne trip. I ii 1 1 li Diij.'tflnx. of Columbia, u liniiic for tin holidays. Ml-h l.oul-c Maxim I- till quite -lek wltli typhoid f...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I PRICES CUT TO THE QUICK : : : i O'Day means business. A few prices quoted. Every J article in stock at correspondingly low prices. A look will satisfy you that this cut in prices is genuine : : : ? i i $4.48 buys a Mine Heaver Overcoat worth $.0 $6.50 buys an Irish r'rie.o hereoat worth tti.00 $3.50 buys a Covert Coal worth Sil.no $6.00 buys a Grey Oxford Overcoat worth SIMM A big stock of ( vercoats to select from, rang ing in price from 3.50 to $18, and my price is sev eral dollars cheaper than other houses. Conic tpiiek if you want bargains. $4. UK buys a Kersey Suit that in cheap at ST.fiO 10.00 buys an Auburn Melton in (tray, Hrown and Tan. These suit sell regularly at 14 7. r0 buys an all wool fancy Cassimere Suit, formerly sold at 10.00. lii.fiO buys a fancy Worsted Suit, cheap at lf no Hoys' Suits a big stock which will go tpiiek from l.fio to 7.A0. Youths' Suits big values fiom il.00 to 1A.IHI. rriT ttti r n v 7 t it t n-iT TTTv Tt n r -t - .S(HJTllKA...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL KliPUbLlCAN. Inter-Society Oratorical Coute't at MU ctiri University 'I'll!1 fl II II II It 1 Ot'lltullclll COIltCt III- twccii tin1 literary f.li-t ! of tln I'nl-vrr-ltj of Ml-ouri. to select the l'nl- Vel'-lt ' ICpll-Clltlltlvi. on lilt' Ml-- -oiirl IlitiT'Cnllcuiliti' I li ntot'li'lll I 'on. Ii'.-I. look place Saturday, I iiiIht Tin' speaker- timl their oration were n- follow: "Accniupli-hmciit- of Mlinl mill llcint." .1. ;. llrowu. of IMIuu: -Tlii' World Move." r. l'owh-. of Mcvleo: "Clnl-t or rn-iir." I-:. I. Itl-liop. lit Ullrll-WOOll: "Duality ol M " W. I'. .1 in k or I J. i i vHI.-. Ark.: "Impcl'lull-lll." T. N. Mllllowc. of Noi'liiii'iii'. The i tet vu inui'li nun i' -plrlic.l than It lui Im tii In ciir- mill murk ii ui'iMTiit icvlvalof oiatorlcal cnthii--la-in iitnoiiir tin1 I'lilicr-lty -Indent-. 'I'll.' jtnlui-. I'.lil, t II. Winder-, lion. .Icrrc Murrj mnl Hon. I.. II, Hire, all of i ' 1 1 1 in I I it . iiwmit.-il I In lioiior ol rcpi cent hit: Ml oiii'ito Mr. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BAD CORN 18 KILLINQ STOCK. Statu May Inveitigate (Jam. X'iliillH H.lltlnil. Farmer unit veterinary Hiirgoon nil over Central MInnouH am much eon. eerneil ul treient In regard to tlio queer effect of the decujed end of the eorn thl year on horc and even cut tie. The eorn at the end eontnliiM miiiiu porult which, when eaten, make the animal go crazy, or ut leant have that upearancc. The animal tiMiinlly break wildly away and driven blindly Into anything In ltd road, and eventually In Injured. The Htate veterinarian will probably lie uxked to InvcHtlgate the tronhle. In I'ettl county hardly a day pbhhc but that Home line animal Ih reHirted dead from the eorn. Kx-Counclltnau .lone of HiIh elty recently lout two mule by the bad fodder. Mr. John mim of I'aullne had two hnrc die i-e-eently from the Hanm caiixe, and Hairy Library of thu Hume plait- to-day re ported a line horxe dead. Un-al liverymen an taking the pre eautlon to exumlne every IiiihIm-I of i-orn which the...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. .IihIiI I'mtl-h tin' '! 1" !!" hllllll' III till- 1 1 . Ml u tn Mm U i'iiiih- iiuwn iiimi Itllll'UlllHII I I M - 1 1 1 , o. t'. Hull, of NVw I'l'iinkfoi t. wn In iIk- Hly Sutnnliiy. Mr-. Auiilf Mull It'll SiiIhiiIii) lur Win ifii-ltury fur a vllt. II. I. Mlllfi' iiimI fniiilh nit' vl-lllni: H'liitlxi't In Kiiii-:i- t'llj . Willlmn lllnliiii. til Mliiinl. '.vie In mil' fliy triulliii.' Mninlny II. II. Miiiiflitti'i' It-It till wi'fl fin' I'uliiiiihn-. Iinl., lite ii Nit. Ml-. i- lv It t mill Aiiiiii U'l'. tf Niiiiiin, ui-it- iii liniilii'' .M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Willlmn Dui'ii'tt mill wlf.- n( tlii i'lt ifiit rhrl-tiiui- with iflnllu'- In t'uliiiiililii. Dr. IIiiu'-'lnl" fl till t'l'y iilli'iitltti tin1 I'.-ti'i Sli-phi'ii- wiililliiu' nt Miit'iiii rt, Tin-tlm. Mi -. I'll Mr-try mnl .'lilliln ii nm l It lilt tin' tin iih'I''- iiititliff. Mr. S, f. Sinllli. nt St iliillii. Ml-- tiriii't Sminilt'i'- ri tiirni'il Mmi In. frtiiii ii vl-lt in Ml N'fttli' I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL -.VKEPUftftJCANj LOCAL IN IRIEF MIhh Nannie Walker Im visiting frlcmlM In Tri'iiton, Mo. Charles Chapllnc mill On Macr, made 11 vixll In Mexico friends lliln week. MI-m flu Wllfiey. of Mexico, Mo.. Ih the jjuent nf her cousin, I. M. Dawes near Orcurvlllc. 'I'iiiii Walker, of Kansas City, vIhIi cil hi pntcntM. WIIIIiiiii Walker ami futility this week. MIhh HIcvIiih l.ewl-, of Kansas City t lit. jftu'ht of .Mi'm. May Orcnr on F.iihI Allow Mint. 'I', i:. Snii left WcilncHilny for .IclTcison City lo ntlenil Hie State Teacher's meet 111),'. MInk Mary M. Fisher left .Monday for u vlnll to her ulster, .MY. I.. I.. Snoilily at laiitlia, Mo. .Inlili Cullnu'cr, of the Indian Tcrrl lory, l (lie iriiet.1 of It. II. Tiiylor ami family on Mell avenue. A. A. VanAilHilule anil wife were entertained on Tuesday liy Mr. ami Mik. I.ouls Flew of Slater. Died .luilire Itolit. Hiullli. of Fair villi, illeil at IiIn liome'rimrHilay nlii'it of pneumonia. Oliituary later. Ilintilltoti M. Maw e. of N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

.Ti -MARSHALL JtERllBLlGAN. A A Pleasant Occasions On Christmas ve WuijkM. 'A nit-nttont wj fntcrrtfiifc'r ny his i lutiti lit fill mother with ii Christ- inns tnc, uii(l,alth(itli itJyMMy a family iilTair, with sevcjiiittle ehihlteii and their p.i;cnts of the iiL'ililKirlid,' present yet it was one of thosj happy events in child liiwul t lt;ii m:iki' it laiinc. immcS Mini ifpn tin mind Ioiik a ftiT (.filter tti.tli-r have ti..ised aw.lV Iron J tti:iJi r. iMu'nt an.l paper ' ",. . 1 .....IsiT. jr.. L-ason lin- J e .Mnr.il rm ifiirth and the ChtisHttas sei Grandpa . . i liVonlKxIv'i prowl of till sort of j;wn ill one s memory as.somu bciilf nratMm. aiiil liu pioii.l of lihiisi'lfi , A, ..!...,,,. f ,1... ,,;lsl. Slli'h iiroint of lilti-UMr itrain aim aciive ihiv. Tln te an. oilier ldnd of r.iinliMreiils .seeuu-k,iliakc one pans..' in the busy , in in i Monday Club" NEWS AND OPINIONS The Shakespeare cfns of the OF Monday i ltth hail a veiy pleasant: National Importance .session Monday...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

if I I y--. I I I ! MARSHALL.-RErUKLlUAN. ! 49633 I I I 1 VOL. IX. MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JANUARY 4. 1901. NO. 45. & I I 1 INDICTED FOR MURDER. The two former sunsets arc confined in the NEW OFFICIALS QUALIFY. jl H i' county jail, while the latter is held at the city 'I ( PSnJU. l fiJ L Hl T...t .nrf at"c Thin rather peculiar circumstance 0n U,e last (,av of December, the officials- fi 7; J!t"nd doubtles given rise to the story afloat f Sa" virtue of the No- ! If 7 M to faflEfc 20,h hat is to turn state's evidence to vcmber ". P to qualify I I lnM MfCn convict his confederates and lighten bis own flnd rcril to 'r oath of office before the. M anally. It is but fair to state that while this county court. That IkkI.v will henceforth be m On Thursday morning nt 10 o'clock Clay. may j,e tre, the proper officials will say noth- changed, in that R W. Hick man succeeds ' ' ton Haggard, John W. Toggart and Watson jK( nnd only when the case is reported in Jul,BcT-w K5"K meml)tr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knteieil tit tln IVitnltlri' In Mnt-xhnll, Mo., nx vimd-i'la-. mutter. TKitMS: tl.mi I'I'.lt VKAK IN AMVANCK, PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MANHIIAt.t., MISSOt'Kt, JAN. 4, IOOI. SHIP SUBSIDY BILL. The ship subsidy bill will probably fail of passage, if not at the hands of the Senate, then of the House. Such is the consensus of opinion among Washington correspondents. Many public men are optMiscd to the payment of such subsidies as are proposed by this bill and maintain the advantages accruing are not sufficient to warrant the expenditure. The theory of subsidies is much the same as that of a protective tartiff. It is a lostering of home industry by the aid of the government to prevent tlie expenditure of our money nliro.nl, which thus remains at home to stimu late trade and promote our own independence. Ninety jM-rcent ol our trade is carried by foreign ships. From the scond rank, held as the jM)ssessor of an aggressive merchant ma rine at the comuienceiiK'Ht of th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. fudge Robert Smith. Judge Robert Smith, one of Sa- line's most highly respected nnd most influential citizens, died at his home near Fairvillc on Thursdny iiikiii, icmiicr 2-m. lyw, hi age oi 63 years, after an illness of six days with pneumonia in both lungs. He was violently ill from the first, having several physicians, and on Wednesday Dr. I). C. Gore of this city was called in consultation, but all to 110 avail as neither medi cil advice nor good nursing could prolong his life. It is hard to realize that he is gone, and while he was not a ro bust man, yet he enjoyed excellent health and was ho full of life and energy, ever meeting his friends with that genial, courtly manner so characteristic of him that it is hard to submit to the inevitable. Judge Smith was the embodiment of honor, a consistent member of the Presbyterian church, having been nn elder ior years in the Miami church. He served as county judge for srveral years and was ever found to le just mi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

.MARSHAL! REPUBLICAN. STATE TEACHER'S MEETING. Dr. W. H. Black Present of the AMociatSon Addresses The Gathering. The tliirtynintli .scss'on of the Missouri Stale "Teacher's Assoeia tioti convened in Jefferson City Inst week, presided over by its l'rc-t-dent. Dr. W H. Black of M. V. C. Tlic Hireling was attended ly 500 teachers front all parts of the state. One of the addresses most favorably commented upon was de livered by Dr. Ill.ick, whose topic was Klcmcutary ISducatiou and whose words were in part as fol lows: One of the first things that im pro 'e the educational work in the country is good roads I shall not undertake to unfold this, taking it for granted that everybody who knows anything about country roads and country school houses, and the difficulties that children have in getting to and fro, will readily appreciate that one of the things to foster regularity of attend ance and puuetu dity of attendance, and delight in school work, will be the improvement of thoroughfares...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ball at Elk HilL One of the most delightful social j events ever given in the county, was the old fashioned ball given on Thursday evening by Mr. Clay Taylor nod daughters, Misses Maude and Coustai.ce, nt their handsome country home at Klk Hill, which is known as the llagncll farm. The large aity rooms of this old fashioned, but beautiful house, was d.'cornted throughout with utanv old palms, cedars, pities, etc .while the walls and chandeliers were fes tooned with ropes of hemlock, mis tletoe and other greenery, that was very beautiful indeed. Dancing began nt 7 in the evening and last id tuilil 7 the next morning and was certainly a delight on the wax ed c press floors The music which was furnished by gentlemen from Iloonville and Nelson, who used guitars and first and second violins is s.iid to have bicn very fine. At 12 o'clock, an elegant lutichc on was served consisting of turkey, oyster patties, salmon croquettes, Siiudwiches, pickle mid delicious coffee,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t tw.. - ash THE AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIEW OF REVIEWS (i the sue Important magazine In Ibt world giving In IU pictures, lb tet, In Hi contributed illicit, editorials And departments, a comprehensive, timely record ol the world' current history, Not the enumentlon ol time bare facts, but a comprehensive picture ol the month, Iti activities, its notable personalities, and notable utterances. The best Inlormed men and women In the world llnd It Indlipen sable. There are many readers in your locality who nave yet to learn ol Its uselulness. We wish to establish active agents in every city and township In the country. We will pay liberally for ener getic effort In the subscription Held. Leisure moments can be utilized with lubstantlat Increaie ol Income. Make a list of the persons In your locality who should have the "Review ol Reviews," r.d lend to us lor agent's terms, umple copies, and working outfit. Then solicit their subscriptions. It is a compliment to approach ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL RlMJMi&AN. LOCAL IN BRIEF and Juckxonvlllf, III. ux rapidly n her friends would like i in iiiii'n inn- I Ted Montague anil H. II. Htilmer. of . . C. Parent returned Sunday from KnnB, c.ly, ,., 'I'hurxduy hunting I Misses Minnie Mnrrell ond Moltel HI. Lou Ik. i ducks on Hliiekwaler. I MeClure. Messrs. leonard YanDyke Mrs. Fannie True I" relative at (tllllum. the guest of and It. P. Sencer visited Mlscs Han Miss Minnie Murrell returned Sat' .,.. rw.i.. ... I Ml M llllllll ll Oil f It V V III l I tllU u id 11 y from lierhonio atNapton. whe Sheriff Wilson came over from hlx, h). ritMmt the holidays, i . , , Miss Luviula N erby returned Sun- David Hurton who spent ll.e week ; Uy nht to resume her school work with Marxhall friends, has returned , .... ,,. ,,,., ,,, home In Miami Saturday Harry Francltco U out again after a xevei-c attack of vaccination. Miss Dovle HeynoliK of Hlator. win n gucxt at Hotel Hurt Monday. Krnest Moreland left Thursday for a vIhII to relatlvex at S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Thy Legal Eltctioti of McKiolry and Rami. nlt. If tin- rnn-titntloii of the Culled State luitl worked a It framnt In tended, we tliould nil lie looking for- want to llit' 1-ltli of .luiiiiury w tli very , Iki-iu-i Intcie-t. mill leohnhly alto willi excitement. Iii iiti'il control rry. ' land, located In Mlmul town-hip. to mill no little turmoil. I'm-, nlllminjli .la. .1. mill Kit win .1. McCoy, of Finn very few icople -ccm to hi' aware of tlrr county, N'ch., for the cnn-ldem-Hi. furl. It I- llii I ltd of .Iiiiiiiury. Unit, tloti of tlM.INHI. mill not thciithof Novcmher. Hn Unit ! This It miI.1 to Ik- oik of tin- llni't l iKcil liv law n tin' lull1 fnrthcclcc. trnct of liiml in tin county. 4"o acre linn ill t n iik- i cut mill vice-in li'iit. who ntv to Im lumi.Miriitiil tli llh of Mincli. On the tccnntl Monday of the pre niouih of .Imiuiiry. 117 cltl.en who wcrechoten for tluit purpoe iit No Vcmlicr me lo Vote for n pte-lilonl mill a vlct-pic-lilcnt of the Fulle...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Death of Mm Jenin Card. The Fulton Sun of January Int. an nounced the death of MInh Jessie Curd nl Talledega. Alabama, Saturday, of typhoid fever, the funeral lelng held on WcdnesJay afternoon at her old home In Fulton. Mo., conducted by I lev. A. A. McOeachy. MIkm Curd had numerous acquaint mice In Marshall, friend all, at a result of several visits to the home of I lev. V. It. Dnhyns. Her disposition wan sweet and lovable, her teniera menl boieful and buoyant; her Inter est and eontldcnee In other brouirht a return trust In her own character. The loss of those whose characters art beautiful, whose contact with the world make it a better place for other. Is always keenly felt, especially by the Inner circled, the family to whom in thin Instance the sympathy of many friends of the deceased Ih extended, Mr. Martha 8tepbim Eolwiog. The death of Mrs. reward . Itol win); of Charleston, Mo., wan receiv ed In our city with diccst regret and sadness by all who knew her...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL A MESSAGE Vinm: nii i in: Ci.i.kn IIiiwk.n Miiiiinamv Him'Iktv or Mam--iiai.i.. Mil. KIM I'lirl-tiuii.tliiy In Hnr t ll.'.l.li the un til While Thrum I tmul rnn iMTlna i'f.v .nil llii'i'iirlli-.M'iir-i'iiiiii' mid unm: Tin- frl.n.llili I the (riiurmil lute wltl.'li lrvii tin-1. I.I. m hnri' Ami liiniiitlil Him n.iir.r.il.iirir ,mi. my Miivlnr Kluu mnl jnnr-. I Hiifl tin." Milium Inn. luii'k lin'Mry tnrr Inu friend While li.r.'iiiiil.l Hit IiIim.hiiiuIi thriniu III ihizlliiu Ilulil I ml M llrl I'lirMirn In II.Miv. n! KIM t'hrltimi.llii) In illnri I Ah.nu IIhmiiiiMi.iI pn.t. Il' kl" In liuriiUlii'il iinlilnc cliiii or mh wllh clninl nVrvn.l, Our ln-iirl wen nnrinil In klu.lr.il Jn.v. 11111M lln lull, nf nlil, Tin- MiiIIiit-VIiuIii uml li.ri'hll.l. the ulfi.nf mrrli mnl until. Tliemitfi'l-mittu'iii. rluuluu mil alxiM m llvl tilr-ln in pliilu.: Mill. Imrk. I if Ilim m.H I'liilir.nir.l mnl.l iilillnnr .triiln. My IIM ClirMinn. In II.iimii! KIm i'lirl.uui-ilii InHl.irv! iVh'.tlnl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 8TILL (JJM1N0. Applicants for Place in the Legislature Coming in E rotes- Hungry nnil determined. nppllcnntM for pIiicch in the next k-glitlnltirc art; dully arriving, ami an camping on tin trull of rcprocntntlvcH, Mate mil- Cd'H-cleCt. etc. Si iini- of llii'in nrc loud In tin Ir claim mid go no flic u to thiculcn tlic governor-elect with extermination If they don't get Nnmethlng. An uppllcnnt from .lolinitoti county wm In th! city 1 1 Minx1, and remarked In tln hearing of n reporter tluit th' wiirili'ii-lilp of tlw K'iilti'iitlnr.v lind nlrcndy lccu placed uuil Hut lie wiin here for ti pnltlou. prnmlhi'il him when that olllcc lind been given out by tli' governor. When Infornii'd Hint In- ccrtnlnly titiif t Ix inlhtnkt'ii about the wnrdct. clilp, iim tlm new governor hud not yet Ixt'ii Inaugurated mid lind not tin- I1h ponl of tin pluic In IiIh power lit thin tliiii-. tlit .loliixon county nmii i f piled: "ThntV nil rljjlit: I know what I'm tnlklng uliout. And I...

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