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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

NAKMIUL Kkl'thLIGAN. SELF rfTI SUT wo IEN Cannot nfTont to Ik- hick, tlit'y wy. ' So, VITV often, thev strtitt- Klc oIoiik iind Keep up, uhvre otlllT ttOtllt'tl to 1h1. To Mtrh women tin- value of Dr. l'lercf' 1'nvorltc Pre M'rlpUon in yowl cnniiitii tion. It cure the com in on ttlllCof lll-hcllltll in woman, ilc ritiH(ctut'iil or 1U cute of tin- wom anly orpin. A temperance nieill. cine. It contain no nlrohol, ol titn, cocaine, nor oilier tmrroiic. " I li Hi frliinti' lionlilr fur tin lit rnr." write Mf I.. J ImiiiK rl sjs Colli hi- Mttcl. J.u Uxiitllc, tlt. "1'ot llirtv )mt I ufTctvii tuiilinunlly Vonl railing .ir whM I -uf-irlrtl I mmcIiI iilirf iiwiixr thr mnlmtl ffl- '" .f.'lll.f MltHf, Utllll ItllllHIll I IV Mlllt ltl. ti.lt tn Ity lir I'lrrrr' l'.iiutltr rrncrlllon. U'litn I K(fini t.ikiiiit till, nutlloltir I urU'lml nliii'tv iii.1. Alur InkliiK 1'iuuiile I'rc Ktlioii' I wn Imltt up utllll now I rrlth our litin.lritl mill lntl Hiiiii,U mure lli.iti levrr wtlulitil Is-forr I ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Fret Hit.nl Mall Ddivsry. We loam that mi effort In lielng mailt' to have a rural mail delivery route eetahllihod from Slater north through Ayrot toward the river, then woet ahntit two mile, then eotith throiiu'li Hharon to Slater. Thin U n very Impot tunt mutter to the farmer, anil from the Inieroet they -ifin to take In the matter, they aipreeiate it. The mull facllltlc north of Slater have le-en very Indifferent luilc-d hereto fore, a tlio pot office til Ayree nml Shui-on receive their mall hy blur route from Miami, while Miami i!i iend on tar route entirely for what mull they get, whieh timet either eome I iv Mace from Marshall, which li 18 mile away, or from Miami Station, three mile north of uml on the oppo elto eldc of the liver from Miami. In eiuumcr time lioth of thcc route are clow am) nnnntlxfaetory ami In winter they are much more mi, often lielng week" together when mall cannot lie conveyed iii'io.H the river al all. The Im thatean !ie Mild of thU e...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 1RIEF. Dr. i. S. Hnrdln mode n trip to Fulton l.hi wwk. I. II. Hciimer. of llhu'kliiirn. spent Tucsduy In the oily. Hest ColTcc. Mll.KS V STKKt.K Sum Vunitone. of Slater. stent Tuesday with Marshall relative. Mr. unit Mr, .lolin I.. Cnnn spent Momliiy with relative ut Wnunmnkcr. T. I'.. SM'neer and family huve mov ed to the t'ollter property on High land. The Now York Store hows lyle In everything, thtil tire to Ik- seen there only. It Ml IMIth t'nrM'nter will leave thl week for n vl-lt to relative ut Mnltii I tend. A. I''. Hector wa able to attend to ltulnc again Monduy nfter u -hurt lllnc-. A new Hue of men' Ncckwcur ha nt lieen opened ut the New York Store. It Horn to Mr. und Mr. Sam Smith at t'reteher. Suturday. Mnrrh I'lh. n diiughter. Mi -, chirk llvlnir on College Hill, who Iiiih I teen o very III for week. I Improving. Mr, .lohn Welsh and dnuirhter. of Mt. I'onurd. were In thcclty Tncduy -hopping. Some new thing In Fringed lied Spread are to In ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Thomas Ottoy km quite sick several tlnyx this week with tonllltls. Miss Mamie Potter in tho guest of friend In Kansas City thin week. Dainty and pretty walnt hIIIch by tli; do.en at the Now York Store. It Matt Halor, of Slater, ntent last Saturday In tho city on business. William Ireland, of Waverly, who ha Itccn very ill, I convalescing. Conway Ac Dyer shlped a cur-load of homes to Kansas City Monday. Mm. Nora McMahan, of Arrow Hock, was among tho visitors Friday. The newest fabrics for summer dresses an- to lie seen at tho Now York Store. Miss Martha lieu wan .out Monday for the llmt tltuu after a week's III nos. I. Y. Itoulgcr mill wife, of Shuck- elford, left Saturday for St. I-oiiIh for a visit. " Younnn Hut-" for spring m e oon for your Inflection at the Now York Store. It Mm. A. A. McCcuchy, of Fulton, In tho guest of I1. II. Frunklln und wife on Odoll avenue. Mrs. .1. II. Prior returned Saturday from u week s visit to relatives at Shuekel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF I tu IT Cochin from Concordia. Mo.: will toll cgi:- at tl.iHi prr rutting. ii.'jiv I'm ah. eii.m:i:. Iiilui W. I o-f. went tnCi'iitnillu on hii-luc.- lor tin Hi in anil wont from there to St. I.oul-. nrcoinpaiilrd I iy V. II. Ilim-diilc. where they will Im.v their -prlng -lock of nomU. Tin- friemlr of Mrr. Wallace rfttotli it, ol Canon City. Colorado, will Ik l'IiiiI .o know thill her foudltlou l very iiiiii'Ii Improved tin1 lal week. V.NTi:i Mt'ii wllli rli to -ell our I Nullify Mlxtuie: rtrulglit Hilary, il'i weekly iiinl exifne-. yeui'V fontraft. weekly pay. Addn with -tump. Kiiri-ka Mfir. 'o.. I'.a-t St. I.oul-. 1 1 1 1 -it. .1-. Iif Mr". C, M. Iluckner entertained tin' following per-on at illnni'r on Tue duv. at her honi" on llrun-wlck nvc.( inn1: Mf'ilaiii" Newman Nt'ill. Ma rlon Spark. II. Iln-ton. Mr. anil Mi. A. .1. Uriivc-. Mi-. Iloinor Crlllltli. of Itlai'klinrn. Mo., wlio Im hccu vNltlng relative ncar Fulton left for her lioim Satin--i...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHAL REPUBLICAN. Monday Olub There was the usual Inrge audience nt tin- meeting of the Fiction eluss of the Monday club lost Monday nttur noon. In response to roll call ninny clever nml witty anecdotes of notable women were. told. The enrller portion of the afternoon wus devoted to the. business on hum). The subject uniler consideration for the afternoon wan "(leorge Kl lot's Silas Mnrner," which Is often ranked an the most finished short story In the F.ngllsh language. Miss Crouch gave "Thellfeof Ccoige Kllot," showing her strong personali ty mid that her grentost strength wns In her Intense Inininn sympathy. Miss Alison reiid an excellent paier on "The .Story of Silas Morner.' Thin wax followed b "Kllol's Meth odism In the lutrodtictlon of Charoc lerri" hy Mrs. Anient, who thought that what others had taught an phllos itphy 5eorge Kllot taught In the novel, making It easier In thin way for the ethics of morality to permeate society at law. She also spoke of Kllot's knowledge of...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SALT SPRINGS. MALTA BEND. t5eo Adaum lin moved on the .tolpi j)Oii fnrtn. Mr Alvernon In vlnltlntr friend m Arinnti-nni; tit week. MUn Alton miutf it vl.lt to Miirnhnll over Sunday. I-' A r.yn's iu- -old farm ami we ltti ft i will move to town. I loii-toit Itt-oV liouu'lit tlio Mr( 'llntli farm. tt-loir er nere. CO Walker ami wife were vI-IiIiil' at Klniwood tin llr.-t of the week. Mm I V. Itraily Iih jjone to Knott meter to vllt relative, ami frlcmli. Hluuche Fulton wa a vlnltor at tin ho-pltithle Inline of the .lln-t' Matter Tne-duy iiIl'IiI. AIIk-iI Doyle will liavi i'liari.M'of tin' Implement department of Wllon' hulnr hereafter. F A Cox wan in .It'ireixm City anil Fn.xette lint week, looklntr for it loen tlnu In tlie 1 ri i tr limine". T II WINon ami family have nioveil liaek from Knimnn ami are loeateil on i the I'atter.-oii farm four mllen -iiulhoi town. on the Chlcouo I'.noeh Colvert In market with cattle. ( .Ian Woleh oH'neil the nenxon liy ntwlnu ontn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 22, 1901. NO. 7. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The democratic convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate for County Super intendetit of Schools met at the court house at 1 1 o'clock n. in. Monday and was called io order liy Schooling Chaplinc. Judge K. C. Ilniinn was chosen teniorary chairman ttud R. Sum Ilttys M-cret.uy. A committee was appointed on permanent org-iiiiir.atiGU, cumpotcd ol Moland Taylor. 1'. M. Pyle. W. C. W. Laud. II C. Duncan . J. M. Neal. F M. Wilson, J. H. Steams, Sy Wheeler, D, D. Duggins, Lewis Richards and li Reeves; and on ctedentials, contosed of J. V. Keys, J. M, Marr, D. Cooper, Frank Orear, Marion Davis, J. F. Coleman, C W. I.ticas, S. M. Ingram, Joe Hammil, I). W. C.ivcns and H. Christian, after which the con ventioN adjourned until I o'clock. Upon reconvening in the afternoon, upon the recommendation of the committee, the temKrary organization was made permanent, and nominations w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntercd lit tin1 'ntottlce in Marshall, Mo., a Kerontl-clas m ut tor. TKUMS: l.0; I'HIt YKAIt IX ADVAXCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKSIIAl.t., MISSOt'Kl, MAKCII 22, loot. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, I KiinniTly ori'iir A tinnier.) ultli'i-iimt Hunk nf swillm MARSHALL, MISSOURI. OUR BOW. In assuming charge of the Kkitiimcax, while it is not deemed necessary to make any extended .statement, and, recognizing that promises made in advance o( opportunity of fulfillment, often prove embarrassing in nfter time, it is proper to say that the RKi'lMit.tCAN' will continue to he an exponent of Republican principles, and to advocate the doctrines and policies of the Republican parly. Republican ism, however, is not individualism, and we shall not feel hound to the support of any one, nor to refrain from comment on his public acts, merely because of his party affiliations, in the absence of meritorious influences lead ing to correct conclusions. The party has sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THOMPSON WON IN CAUCAUS. Balloting CoatiaHied at Uacola, with Rotewater Leadta Lincoln, Neb., March 19. D. K. Thomp son, of Lincoln, wan nominated for the hort term senatorial vacancy on the seventh ballot at the Republican caucUH to-night. He re ceived fifty voles of the thirty-three members in attendance. Mr. Thompson led from the start, starting with thirty-five votts, and gradually increas ing until the seventh. Without adjourning or opening the doors further than to an nounce the result, the caucus resumed bat Inting on the long term, the ballot at it o'clock showing: Rosewater, 275 Meiklejohn, 18: Currie, 9. The prospects are for an all night caucus on the long-term nomination. The nomination of Mr. Thompson in caucus carries with it no assurance of an election m the joint convention of the legislature to moi row, RKsevenli-en Republican members, enough to block a selection, refused to enter to-night's meeting or be bound by the result. ,To-night's caucus ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mrs E. V. Dobyns When the news reached this city Saturday of the death of this good christian woman, a feeling of genu ine sorrow and regret was felt by all who bad ever known her, for to know her was to love her. She passed away in St. Louis on Satur day, Mnrch 16th, at 2:30 p. ra., surrounded by those she loved best. She had been failing for months, Uot being nble to take solid food and for a week she had been suffer ing with symptoms of grip, grow ing gradually weaker until the end. Mis. Dohyus was well known in Marshall, having made her home with Rev. W. K. Dobyns and fami ly ever since the death of her sis ter, Miss Summerell, who died at her home in Mexico, Mo , some seven or eight years ago. Mrs. Dobyns was a cousin of Mrs. W. K. Dobyns and sister. Miss Buck land, and had taken tliem nnd their two brothers to raise when their mother died, leaving them very young. The affection and atten tions lavished upon them was more like that of a mother for her own e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MAKSHALL KtPUbLICAN. School Bilk Pmm4 by the FortyFirat General Aaaembly. State Superintendent of Schools CarritiKton furnishes the following information, saying that this is nil he can give until he compiles and has printed the full text of all laws pasted: House Bill No. 193 has passed both houses, with an emergency clause, and is now a law. It pro vides that in counties not having supervision, a county Inard, of which the commissioner is chair man, shall have general control of school interests. The county court appoints one member at its April meeting. He or she should lie among the tcst educated and most earnest teachers in the county. The State Board of I-Mucatioii will appoint the'third memlnrr in April. This hoard manages the institute: a rural course of study shall le adopted in each county hy the county board; teachers' examin ations for certificates shall be held independent of the institutes, first one in June; first grade certificates shall he renewed sit long as teach ...

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. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. EightySiilh Birthdy Sunday. March 17th, was the 86th birthday of Mr. J. R. Colvert of Mayview. The old gentleman arose at his usual time and started out for a walk to enjoy the Iwauti ful morning, which was as warm and balmy as if it wcic June in stead of March. He returned to ihe house, little dreaming of the surprise in store for him, when he found the house full ot gucsis, an of his children, each of whom gave him a glad and happy welcome, reminding him that this was his hirthday and that presents were in order. The feelings of the happy old gentleman can better be imag inert than told. There was an elegant dinner served, consisting of everything good to eat, and the pleasures of the day will long e remembered by the family and friends. In the afternoon Rev. Mr. Pin nell. nastnr of the M. K. church at Mnyview, who was among the guests, held services at tlie House, which were greatly enjoyed by all nrcseut. The guests were: Mrs. Jennie Colvert. Mr. and Mrs. Mi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Crystal Wedding at Blackwater. The reception Riven one evening recently by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris, in honor of their fifteenth marriage anniversary, at their pleas ant home in the little town of Blackwater, in said In have been one of the most elegant and pleas ant affairs ever given in the county. One hundred and twenty-five invi tations were issued, to which one hundred guests responded. The whole houe was thrown open for the elite rtaimnent of the company and to the smallest detail it was a lovely affair. Mr. and Mrs. Harris were assisted iureceiv inu by Mr and Mrs. Frank Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson of La mine. Mrs. H. I). Anient of this city, Mis. John Keynods, Mr. and Mrs, Sterling Hnrrisnnd Miss Ma brl McMuhau. Mrs. Hanis received in n hand some gown of white organdie and there were a number of elegant gowns worn by the receiving partv. A string baud furnished excellent music throughout the receiving hours. Little Mis-es Alic- Louise Anient and G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MAKMIALL KfcPUbLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF M. I:. Crockett toft Saturdny for Ninth Dakota. Arch Nnylor npcnt Sundny with Nuptnn friend. (.'. T. Uoodwiti cnt Sundny wttli Kuimn City friend. Mrn. Trunk Durrett. (if 'oreurvllle, wun In our t'lty thl week. .1. II. Huston, of Hutler. win ii inl tor in Marshall Suturdu. Keillor Hoycr returned Saturdny from u limlnem trip to St. Joseph. (!. M. TrunoUoo tiimlt1 11 biiilucnn trip to Frankfort ami (Silllmu Sainr day. It i v. Dudley Cliii tt. of Ml. Olive, win a l iiiiM't- irtient tit Hotel Hurt Mon day. Mlm Mary Hrcnthfd, of Nelson, Ik tlit picst of M! Kthlytic diiokion thl week. II. (i. Henry, of L.ifuycltc county, wit tin uui't Saturilay of friend In thin t'lty. U-ouanl Vim Dyke returned Sun ilay afternoon from a brief trip to St. I.OIlU. Minn .1 ii I In Taylor, the tfnost of Minn lieu SIioIn', Inn returned to her home at Mluiul. S. It. Knott, of Kama- City, mum the Suniluy irufxt of .lumen V. Spurk ami family. C. W. A'ivv, of Hluckhurii, win thu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

NAKMIALL : KtPUbLlCAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Yuoht Club Salad Dressing, Milks & Stkklk. Dr. Morris of Sharon, was n visitor In Marshall on Momlny. H. K. Ward returned Monday night from Kansas City. Mrs. Annie Wright made a trip to Glasgow Monday. George Duncan, of Gilliam, was ii visitor on Monduy. N. I.. Keith, of Odessa, attended to business In Marshall Tuesday. Horn, to Dr. and Mrs. Ii. S. Uarh, Monday, Morch 1H, a daughter. D. L. Yancy, of Malta llend, made this onlce a ileasant visit this week. C. W. I.oud and D. II. C'ooer, of (illllum, Here In Marshall Monday. Don Culm returned Momlny morn ing from u liusluess trl to Hi. Louis Mrs. K. It. Pcinhcrton left Tuesduy for u visit to relatives ul Kansas City. Dr. (5. II. Davis and wife returned Mondaj from a brief visit to Chicago. Hhermau Houston, of Malta llend, was a visitor to the county seal Sat urday. J. H. Ncal and .1. A. Illtt, of llluck burn, utteuded the convention on Mon day. Schooling Chupllmi returned this week from a bus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. .Gen. Harrison's 8clf-Oontrol- Tlic resignation of .1 anion (5 Hlalnc from the Cahinot of (Jon. Harrison was sent to tlio President on the Sat urday liofore the llcpuhllcan National Convention moot ul Minneapolis, and the manner In which It wan rwelved Illustrated the ability of Harrison to control hlin-olf. It was a reception ilny at tlio White House, ami hecause of the bitter struck' that was Koinjr on between the President anil hit Sec rotary of Stale for the nomination tiici-j wui. unusual Interest In Con. Harrison's ilomoanor. The line of men anil womon who wore to Ik presented to the President hail already formoil, when lilulnc's Soctclary, l.ouls Dent, entered the W'lilte llou-c anil went to the room In which Mr. Malford. the Private Sec retary, had his 0M00. Mr. Hulfonl wat alone. Mr. Dent said that he hail 11 toiler In hit pocket which he had hoe n Instructed to deliver Into the hands of the President and to no one else. Mr. Hulfonl cent Mr. Dent Into t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Heal Estate Tratufers. II C Mead Tr to (i T Itnblnxon, lot II, lilk HI, N Kxt. Slater, $1100. Midge Park CVm. Ahh'ii to .f I! Cam oniii, tot 27, Sir. II, l.'I.U.'i. .Ioh Hniicrln .V wf to S 0 Allen, 120 A ft, .W.I, ft2-2.1, tftUOO. I) F Hell V wf to J A Weaver, 121 A 7.ft2-2l, 2m. .1 A Daniel to F V Itullev, 107 A 22, ilftMli, .'Pn. V .1 Ilrown to Funnlc .1 Hrown, lot a 'SiuAi-'Sx r:. Frances .1 llrnn to W .1 Hrown fto A If l. FrtitiifM Ilrown to W .1 Hrown. 140 A 18-ftl-22. 2. F M Hclnzlcr .V wf to F II Hlllc brum). Intx II), 20, pt lot-. 17, 18, lllk 1), milium. tlftuo. Ilcimnti Carroll & wf to L I' Kcyex, lot 1, lllk 20, N Kxt K A.I.I. Slalei. tl. F. V (Snrnett .V wf to ('. I. Wltcher. 2:12.00 a I, :m-, 4i-2.i, nw.tr,. Henry Walker to W S Hollnml, I 'l lot I. lllk. II. S A.I.I. Marshall 7ft. .1 Slrinett .V wf to .1 It Slniiclt, 10 A IUI.XV .1 H .lain.". ct al to Win I) llua, loin 7, 8, lllk III, N Kxt. :inl Add Slater. 700. .Inx llainll to i: II Hlalr, 10...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL KEPUULICAN. Presidential Appointments- Washington, March 1). The fol lowing appointments mode Ity the president yesterday were announced at the White House to-day: .lust IceThomas .!. Atcntt of New Jersey, to Iks marshal of the United State for the District of New .ferney. Interior Alhert K. Itose f North Dakota, to be receiver of public mon eys nt St. MU'hnel. Alaska. NavyPeter K. ltadelllTe,tn lie boat swain In the nnvy: William llnmmcl Ia-iiI, to be tin ensign In the naval bHttullon of the inllltla of the District of Columbia. War lieroy Whitley Herron, lo lie mljutnnt, with thu rank of captain, First regiment of the inllltla of the Dlstrlrtof Columbia: William II. Hon hum. to lie econd lleiilenant In the Twenty-ninth regiment of Infantry, I'. S. V.: William A. Hayeraft. to be llrst lieutenant In the Forty-fourth reg iment of Intautry, I. S. V. To Ik Surgeons of Volunteers with the Itnukof Major -ItoU-rt P.ltoblns. Henry P lloyt. Herbert W. Cat-dwell, ticorge M. Penrose,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. dJk ; Kur m quick mill ihtiiimiii'IiI cure fur nil illfiiw nif the KYK, KAH, NOHK nml TllltOAT. tTntirmii ly miy hhtIiiIII In (In- stale for ililck nml Mire re.iilt. Midi trvntmi-iit iiml van-fill wurk, Will mull fn in nny nitilri'M my tnsik on "Itlwnwiiiif Hit r!c. HvUt'l Ion Mini I'wnf UIiim-." I Furntth Artificial, Ey;s, Ear Druait, Trumpets, etc. I IhuhMi1 I'vnr.Ulilim In l!n-nili'iil llm. ili'x'rlitliiii. WlM'ii ,vimi mill ulii- ulvi ,miii. II will Imih ili'llrihlfiil hkImiiI. Imifiil. iii'Ii iillfiirlliin. nttlrcniic liliM'k umtli or New York Htiire. Toe Shamrock- New Ynrk Hun. The following Infortnatlon In regard to the shamrock I an extract from a letter written to me by my father, the lute Michael Cuvanagh of Wanning ton, I). (' who wan considered high authority on all subjects relating to his native land. Thluklnir that It might serve to disabuse the popular mind oHhe Idea that no gcnulucsham rocks grow outside of the Ktnerald I li'. and ho irlve nil w...

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