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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . Hugh Jone. J. Hugh Jones, aged 56, died it the liome of his son Henry, five mites north of Sinter, on Mondti) , January 21st, 1901, after an illness of some weeks with catarrhal fever and (trip Deceased was at one time an ac tive farmer, but of late years his failing health prevented him from engaging in any active employ ment. He was a brother-in-law of Wm. K Garnet, living three mites north of Slater. He leaves two children Mrs. J. K. Stephens of Arrow Rock and Henry Jones, at whose home the father died. The funeral was held at the resi dence on Tuesday, conducted by Rev. O. V. Russell, pastor of the Baptist church at Slater. The ser vices at the grave were conducted by the Masonic order, of which de cosed was nn honored member. Burial at Rehobeth cemetery. Martin Marggart. Martin Marggart aged 80 years died at the county farm on Wed nesday, Jan. 23rd, 1901 at ten o'clock'in the morning. Mr. Marggart had been nu inuiaie of the county farm for several years n...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. FEBRUARY 1, 1901. NO. 52. POPULATION OF SALINE. By Townships, VUlages and Cities, for 1900 m Announced by Ccniua Department Conv pared With Figures of 1890. The imputations of the towns and cities of Saline county have already been published in the columns of the RitruiiMCAN, hut for the convenience of our renders, the populntion of the county by townships, villages and cities is appended in full as announced by the cen sus department. The figures of the Inst census nre also compared with those of 1.890: 1 111!) J Kl.TlIt Itl.TlW HAI.ISK t'OUNTV-TMTAI... Arrow-Itock lnwnlili. Iiii'lutlliw ' Arrow l(H'k villiiui mill Ni'Imhi city.. . Arrow ItiM-k IIIhio. N,-Ioii y lllnokwiiliT lowimhlM . . t'llllllirltllll lOW'llatllp. (Willi JlfT.T-llll tontilp nniii'Xoli IiicIiiiIIiik Ollllnn vlllnu.-ntiil Hlnlcri'lly. tllllllllll XlllHUf HIitltT rllv Wnnl I . rrn Wiinl s mi Wnnl :i . ur Clny liiMii.lilp KH'iwimnI luwiKlilp. 1 1 1' I ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL KEPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kiitotril tit tlu Poritoliloi' lii Mnt-iOiiill, Mo., as mh,oiii1lIu. matter. TKUMS: tl.OO I'KU YKAH IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAl.t., MISSOUKt, 1'KII. t, IOOI. THE DROPPING OF ONE MEMBER. K Dockery was n "gold bug" nt the l'ertle Spring convention mid took liis own views into hiding, when li is party became infatuated with the silver teachings o( Hland nnd Brynn, he is mighty slow about hoisting his true col ors. In his appointment of local members of the F. M. I. hoard, he displaced the most use fill memher of that body, and we say so with out hesitation, because it will not lie contro verted. Mr. Rca, from the very inception of Marshal's efforts to secure this institution, has been a leader and n worker. Since honored with membership upon the !oard, he has act ed in n most public-spirited manner, not only in the time nnd careful attention given his du ties, but in a broad study and investigation as to the needs of such an...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. James Walker Garrard. 'There Isnenlm for Hum- who weep. A rest fur wi nry l I k rl m h foiiiiili Thc.v softly He nilil sweetly sleep, low In the tirmitid." Walker Garrard, the cldv.it son of I). C. and Marion Garrard de parted this life nu Monday morning Jan. 281I1, lyoi, at the linme of his graiidmotht-r, Mrs. T. J. Hunter nil South Jeffer.son avenue at 8:25 ii. in. Wnlker was bor n at the old home place seven miles west of Marshall May 4th, 1876 and was educated in Saline comity. Two years ago he accepted a position with the Ver steg & Grant Shoe Co., of St. Louis and was in their employ until he lecniiie too weak to attend to husi iies and dually had a long and se rious illness with typhoid (ever last July, two years ago at his home in St. Louis which left him wi,h a diseased heart and he has nevtr been well since. His lungs finally became involved and Hoping a change in climate would benefit him, he went to I'ueblo, Colorado, only to return, if anything ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mn. Buckner Entertains the Children The hours from 2 to 5 on Satur day afternoon acre delightfully spent by n crowd of happy children at the home of Mrs. C. M. Buck tier on Brunswick avenue, the oc casion being the eighth birthday of little Mary lluckner. Certainly no house ever sheltered a happier group of lads and lasses than those who responded to this invitation. A regular program of amusements was provided for the entertainment of the little folks by Mrs. Buckner, who takes so much red pleasure in entertaining children. She was as sisted by Mesdauies R. K I.. Smith, B. M. Spotts, Willie M. Wood and Miss Fannie Wood. First came the pig content, and the locating his tail by each child, who had been prop erly blindfolded, entertained them for some time. Miss Kriicstine O'Day, being the most successful girl received the pri.e, a beautiful cup and saucer. Clyde Sparks, the lucky boy received a pretty scarf pin. A game of striking at sacks of candy hung from the ...

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. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Complimentary to Miss Robertson. An informal dance, compliment ary to Mist Robertson, of Mexico, the guest of Miss Martha Kea, was enjoyed on Tuesday evening at the Mistletoe Club rooms by the fol lowing persons: Misses Roliertson, Martha R a, Fazier of Kentucky, Henderson of St. Louis, Scott of Jerscyvillc, Frances Francisco, Fan nie Kiucaid, Hcrta Francisco, Min nie Murrell.l'et l'arrish and Messrs. Charles Chapliue, Ous and Theo dore Mayer, R S. Mauden, Robert Ward. II. II. Wilson. W. P. Cob vert, Devere Jackson. F. W. Miles, W (V Rea and Hen Striker. Pie Club Entertainment. with much genuine pleasure. idt,. on Kast Arrow street, where Mrs Gower, who is one of the J they remained until Saturday af most valued members of this club, ternoott at i :.v, when the funeral mnkts an admirable hostess nml , wh held at the Christian church in the entertainment was complete. I this city attended by a large num In the dining-room was used the )er nf the friends of deceas...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MSltlVC A woman ha a right to be positive on mutter which arc matter or ircrsonal knowledge and experience. Kvcry worn an who Via used Dr. Tierce' lavorite Prescription for disease of the womanly organs is positive as to its wonderful curative value, anil confidently rccom incmls it to similar sufferer. Women who suffer from Inflammation, ulceration, female weakness, or nervous disease caused hy disease of the worn nnly organ will find n complete cure hy the use of Favorite Prescription." "Hexernl er ouo I nitTrreil severely from female weaktie, prolau, nml menorrhasla. ami tte.l ttr. I,letee, favorite l'recrlptlon with viitenillil effect." wflle Ksnnle Shclton, of Wn.tilnutoii, Iowa. T.Uil I have not nenleil it for few vrat tul. hut if I shuuM have any telutii of (he ol.l trouble wotiM surely try ' !' votlle I'le-erlptlon.' I have recommended It to a numlier of my laily frictuW. I always tell them to try a lllle, ami If lliry ore not bene, fiteil ly it I wilt M...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Criterion SI.M A YEAR Tie Best llhstritei ItatMy nw of tie KM PiMslei It pages am filled by a brilliant array of writers and artists. Its authoritative and Indciicndcnt review of bookii, plays, mimic and art, Its clever stories, strong siicclal articles, humor and verse, with line Illustrations, make It a necessity In every Intelligent home. The very low subscription price--II (XI tier year puts It within the SJt? reach of alt. Hell able agents wanted In every town. Kxtranrdl ? nary Inducements. Write for particulars. A trial subscription igi WIH prove It. Write to-day for sample copy. CriterkM ftmto (Mpy, Silsaiptin - 41 fist Elst Street, Hew Yirt (My : LOCAL IN BRIEF Hen Striker Hent Sunday with Kan sas City friends. .1 . . Hcftcr. of Higglnsvlllc, hm'Ii1 Friday In Marshall. I-M M. Thornton made a business trip to Slater Friday. Mm. O. W. Miller, of the county, wait a visitor Saturday. Kugrnc Dawes returned Krlday from n business trip to Slater. Mm. Tim Mc...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PRICES DOING ARE IT Clearing Out The Surplus Ami Mioii' H npli' limn I'M r n iv ink I nit ii-hnntine- nf II IjiI lit Hk- I'lillil (In IIcmmI. .v niirtu til nf All-Wool :l-lm-li I'liiiii- av Irfit ir ?. ir UihkN "'. Putin I'nllnr lire-. (IimnI. ;." All Winter I'mliTui'iiriil vi.f "IT lie, IH-i-etuil mi .Men', Wiilii.-n'-iiliil Clilliln n'- OvitIiih'. , A IIUI UKIHVTIllN UN I Moil's and Hoys' 1 It'll vy Hunts . . . Winn Hum nil in uii-iiml Hie) Mill ill the prli-.'v lil if iiIIht i!mh nl it lo price. Tlilloii-lfcinit- Inn Illlll' New Iihh lli'UllllllllU Ti Airhc LllH'S. Kllll)loillM'i'S, Drifss (noils, (Jing- liains, Ktc. WRIGHT'S t:i mnr. iir wo;. There W.11 no Room Tor the Devil. I ictiiemlicr once In Duhllu wc were J 1 1 t joliiir to open mil' hnw wc were -omcthin"; like thi fumnii Huvcl llrotht i. nnl.v nut' Min k would lie ft- j I'loil comedy while their wan farce mill wc "fill Ill III M'e llie M''f(illllllllce I nf "Faul." a actor alwaj- will -roj III the pi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. $3.00 TO ST. LOUIS AND RETURN Saturday, February 2, 'OL (IihnI uiiIiikihi t I ri uiiliir hcIiiI I ruin lent lint Miir-luill hi I:.Vii.iii. Hiiliinlu). IIimkI ri'liirnliiu mi nil ri-utiliir irnln up In nml I m-l ml -luu ihcIiiI I nil n Icti I ii u Hi. Iuiil nl Tii'i'liN-k Hiiinliiy nlithl. 'jt -V.' Kv. Mr. Morris' Mietitig. Ki'liitlvt to thi' protruded services ling I'lindtii'ti'd In l,oiillnnu liy Kov. K. i:. Mnni, tin' News of Unit clt.v uy: "Tl iii'i'llngi nit' being largely at tended and inui'li Interest In Ising tuk i'ii In tin work. At iilinn-t every nt vlii. there mi1 professions and ninny others arc lniiilrlng for tin true way of lift. t' to Tueduy tlu't'i' had Uen aliiiut HO profolons and tin' iiuiuImt I- T-tltl llll'll'IKlllg. "Ui'v. Mr. Mnni' crmnn thi' lat ter purl of lii"! week on 'The Holy Siilrit. and It- Work, won- vrry In hlnii'llvi' and hi'lpful. Ills sonuons on Sunday uml Monday night wi'i-i ex I'i'ptloiially llni' discourse and won given t'lii...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL KEPUbLICAN. CHILDISH COMFORT. "If ever Mind, Mamma, Baby Loves You." But the childish voice Is nlmost un heeded. The wife and mother has come to ii place where love cannot comfort her, where even the voice ntul words of love nre so hlcnt with her own misery that they r-eeni to increase it. Imagine a magnificent orchestra tilny ing in 11 factory amid the ritij of ham mere nml the rattle ami groaning of nm chinery. The discords would dominate the harmony nml the harmony itself merge into discords. That is the way it is with nil the music of love when h woman is wrenched uml racked hy pain. It seems to liccoinc part of the very dis cord of her life. When the cause of this suffering ia sought it will nlmost aluavs he found to lie womanly disease. The throbbing head, the itching luck, mid the dragging down feeling are hut symiitoms of u disordered and diseased condition of the delicate womanly organism. When tliii fact is understood the one tiling for the weak and sick woman to ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Juicy Mtcakx at Campiikll it Wil son's. fli-fM T. F. Oll.v returned ' Monday from ' hl. nno. Mark Wh linker, of Slater, wax a vlnitor Tuexday. Ficxh pork and xuuxuire at, Camp iiki.1. .v Wilson's. i2-.V Ablel U'ouard made a huxlnexx trip to Fayette Monday. Mm. William Hatex, of Miami, wax In thi city Tuexday. I). I). Duliix went to Hoonvtllc Moiulny on huxlnexx. Mrn. .1, W. Howell Ix Miffciinir from nil attack of the crip. .1. (i. Corker will xicnd Saturday unit Sunday with frlemU In Slater. Mrx. Dr. Marie Morrlxx made it pro fcxtouul vlnlt to Slater Wednesday. A. II. Iloy and .1. I). Frltoc were In Arrow Hock Tuexday on hiixlncx.4. F.xcclxlor! The Hlihcrt! Not pr'icclmt quality. (.'ami,iiki,i..v Wilson's. W-'m Mrn. .1. I). Aiu'cmon lelt Monday for Chlllleothc for a vlxlt to friend. MI-h Florence Dunn left Tucduy for Kuiimih City for a vlxlt to relative-. Mm. (itoivc Herd, the tritext of l' M. Gilpin and fuinlly. left Thiirxduy for .loplln. Dm. M...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE RIVER ROUTE Jefferson City Expect the MiMouri Pacific to Construct the Boon ville Extension. The following is from an editori al in the Jefferson City Tribune of Wednesday: "What was the outcome of the conference between the Jefferson City citizens and the officials of the Missouri Pacific has not been an nounced, but the object of their visit means a great deal to Jefferson City, and the coiisumation of it will Ik: brought about in time, if not comparatively soon. After the work of these gentlemen is finished they must te supported and upheld iu the negotiations which they have made. The right of way between this city and Boonville is to be ac quired, and this will require furth er evidence of the public spirit which Jefferson City has always shown. The establishment of a di visional point will follow the con struction of the River Route and bcnt fits will immediately begin to dow which will more than offset uny considerrtion that may be ad vanced for secur...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL-- 'REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. FEBRUARY 5. 1901. NO. 1. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. K. W. Dawes, adm'r., vs. W. C. Gowcr, adm'r., equity; lime for filing bill ol excep tions extended to first day of next term. I.ee Wheeler vs, Isaac Rilling, set aside deed; defendant files answer. Catherine Fulkerson vs. William T. Gilmer et at., assignment of dower: cause continued. Mollie A. Mead et al. vs. John F. Pcnnock etal., partition: defendants, Geo. Pcnnock and Maria Sherr, file answer. v. F.lla Boatright et al. vs. James H. Clark et j al.. partition; defendants, Mary V. and Henry Higgiuhntham, file answer. J. M. Henley vs. A. S. VanAnglcn et al , quiet title; plaintiff files ad amended petition. Mittie Shoemaker et al vs. John Watson et al., partition; change of venue granted as per stipulation to Johnson county, Mo. Missouri Pacific Railway Co. vs Chicago & Alton Railway Co., injunction; cause dismissed as per stipulation filed. Daniel Carroll vs. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Klitered lit the t'oxtotrloe In Mitrxhnll, Mo., a m-cornl-elus imttti'i'. TKHMS: H( I'KIl VKAU IN ADVANl'K. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAU., MISSOURI. I'KIl. S. 1001. TEN YEARS OF PAST. This is our tenth birthday. In announcing the event, our pride will nnturally he par doiied, as the vanity of youth in the nil in her ill his years is so initural that, allowing it a fault, surely it is one to he condoned by a world which has none through the same pe riod of life. Not so old after all, for a news paer in Saline county, whose settlement dates back into the early days of .Missouri's state hood. Hut the scale of age and years is different with papers and men. In one they are count cd by what has !ceu accomplished, in the lat ter they are milestones, which numbered, fix the hounds of life. Men, who truly appreciate the responsibility of living, would feign measure their success by what they have ac complished, but at best, they are carried o...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL : REPUBLICAN. ?. DOINGS AT THE STATE CAPITOL A St. Louis senator ha introduced a mea sure making it a misdemeanor and every day a .separate offense, for persons allowing the discharge ol drin-e smoke into t'le opjn air. Senator Martin's pet measure to pievetit kidnaping lias been laid over, wtiite one of hU newsjupi r adiuireis at home, who thinks the Senator is ' if in toto, illicit do well to luvoiitit for. (ioveinor Doekcry has appointed W. T. D.imeron, the ediior of the lluntsville Herald as his .Adjutant Gciictul. If he dots as well in other lines as in newspaper harness, the selection is a good one The Wntrctisburg Normal is asking the pies etit legislature lor an appropriation of $55, the one at Kirksville for 93,000, and that at Cape Girardeau lor $71.00 . These sums in clude maintenance mid 570,000 for new build ings The state depositories for the ensuing four years and ptopotlionate allotments are as fol lows: Mississippi Valley Trut Co,, 10 2oths: National llauk ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CHILD BURNED TO DEATH. Drett of Small Girl Caught Fire From Stove Flames Horribly ( Burned Her Body. The little 5 year-old daughter of D.J. Grecn.of Grand Pass, suffered a horrible accident upon Wednesday afternoon, from which death re sulted Thursday. The hours which preceded the end were spent in ter rible agony by the child who had suffered the misfortune. The little girl's name is CereuSj and lived witn Her lamiiy over one of the store building in Grand Pass. She was standing near the stove, her mother having left the room, when her light clothing was probably drawn into the flames by n strong draught. The mother was alarmed by a scream and ran to the room, where she beheld the girl in flames. Catching the help less innocent in her arms, she ran to a porch, screaming for help, but the breeze of the open air only im parted lile to the flames. The clothes were burned free from her body almost entirely, one side of her form being a mere crisp. Recovery was impo...

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. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HAS BEEN POSTPONED. Young Republicans Will Banquet AU tcr Congress Adjcurnt Event of National Importance. Kiiiiji I'lly .liiurii il. In the hope of making it an af fair of national interest and signifi fence, the executive committee nl the Missouri Youiik Men's Kepuh lieau League dicided to Ktoiic to a later dale the hautiet they were preparing to give in Kansas City the anniversary of Lincoln's birthday, February 12. Until Sat uidiiv night they thought they were going t hnve Vice-President-elect Roosevelt as their guest of honor and principal speaker. Then, however, President Slauher receiv ed at St. Joseph a message, which stated that Governor Ronevelt would not finish his hunting trip in Colotudo before February 20th. It was then too lale to secure an other speaker of national prouii uctk'c; and, as one of I he puroses for which the club was organized was to bring into Missouri eveiy year, at its banquet, some leader of national Republicanism, with n view to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Trouble at Higginsville. About fifteen Iiiggiuille ne groes, nil having smallpox broke out of quarantine Sunday and went roaming nt large nt pleasure. They defied the Higginsville officinls.giv ing tin heed wlmtever to their or ders. Sheriff Thomas was notified and went down Monday and took charge of the situation, and order ed the gang to return to the pest house or abide consequences. They took him at his word and returned promptly to quarantined quarters. It is well they did, as Mr. Thomas went there to enfore the taw, and had they refused to obey disorders the matter would have terminated Seriously. They are now at the pest bouse and several guards are doing duty to prevent n repetition of Sunday's occurieiice. Lexing ton News. Mrs. Sarah Panncll. Another old land mark passed away on Monday, Feb. 4th, when Mrs. Sarah Allen I'atinell, wife of Martin W. Pauticll, a Well known and highly respected lady, died at 12 o'clock at her home near Nap ton. She was born ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i ayioruooawortn. Cards have been received in Mar shall announcing the marriage of Miss Bessie Dodsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II tin y Dodsworth of Newport, Kentucky to Mr. Cecil Toylor also of that city. The wedding will occur on Wed nesday Feb 30th. loot It will lie a home wedding and the happy couple ill leave immediately for an extended eastern trip. Miss Dodsworth, the bride elect, is a niece of Medatnes lv R Pent- Serton and II. II. Downing in this city and during her young life has spent much of her time in Mar ..1. ..it nr.. 1.... ,t .... 1. ..1.. ; , """" " "M,MK ... . . .1 wiim ikwm ui nunc muiiiiioiiM limn she. very bright and interesting, and free from all affectation or silly reserve. She wns one of the ' most original children we ever met and a delightful companion even in early youth Mr. Taylor is a traveling sales man, with headquarters at New port, which will be their home in the future. The RlUTlil.tCAN ex tends congratulations in advance ...

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