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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tbe Burlington Bonte. okkat tkains. "The Burlington-Northern Pacific Kxpress," Kunsai City or Denver to Puget Sound, Portland, Montnnn, Washington, entire Northwest. Dally through train of conches, chair cars, tourist and standard slceers and din ing cam. No. ti: Morning train, Kansas City to Nebraska, Denver and Paollio Coast, via Scenic Colorado. Weekly Cali fornia excursions personally conduct' rd. No. 2.1: Latest night train, Kansas City to Denver; night train for Ne braska, Omaha, St. Paul. No. 21: Noon train, Kansas City to Omaha, St. Paul; through sleeer. No. Ml Famous Chicago HI I: dining and buffet library cars, chair cars, sI'eHT. No. In: St. Loulst Fast Night Kx press. No 42: Fast morning train Kast. Write for descriptive matter, rotes and Information. I.. .1. HltlCKKIt, L.W. Wakp.i.ky, T. P. A., Mil M aln st., den. Pas. Agt., Kansas City, Mo. S. Louis. ilOWAHl) Kl.I.IOTT. General Manager. St. .loseph. Mo. California 8bori Line. Tho Union Puclilc i...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

MARSHALL KtfObLlGAN. 15 Pretbjte.-iaBi Will Revile. Kntiaast'lty Hinr. Philadelphia, May 27.-Tho Presby terian general assembly adopted the revision committee's majority report at 11 o'clock to-day. When the Presbyterian general as sembly met to-day there ateared to be a disposition on the par'.of Ihecom miss loners to bring the debate on creed revision to an end as soou as possible. Before proceeding to the further con sideration of the question of revision the assembly adopted the report of thu committee on the next place of meet ing, which selected the Fifth Avenuo P-esbyterlan church, New York, as the meeting place of the general as sembly of 1WW. An amendment was offered substituting Ios Angeles for New York, but Dr. Roberts, stated clerk, announced that the condition of the assembly's funds would not war rant such a selection and the amend ment was lout. Invitations went also received from Denver, Milwaukee and Saratoga Springs. The committee recommended to thu next assembly t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 0 a tt II n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n II n n n n II n n n n n n n n n n 9k 9k 9k 9k 9k 9k Jfc flfc 9k Jl tjt 9k tt JJttHJ JfcJJ JHJ HJk JJHjJt J JJUjj J JJ J OO 2 2 The New York Racket FOR BINDER TWINE 8 S I H t g n We have just received a car load of the very best SISAL AND STANDARD g BINDER TWINE to be had in the market, which we will start at 8Hc per pound, all put up in fifty pounds, in good two-bushel grain bags, J H H II n n II II n s II Fruit Jars, Cans, Rubbers, etc. Al-o nivhiil thl Mi-i'k ii full fur liuiil of Mnxin'o I'rilll )nr. wlili'li will -II lit lni't miHiIi prliv. A No liiii'nni liutiilr.tl uri"l'l Tin Trull fun. I ! I .tn r HiiIiImt" hi ) mill .' do. I'uri' IIiiIiImt Krull .liir IIii(iIt nt s ilnin, Hflllllltf MUX. Miixiu' Krult .InrTup.. Oils, Paints, Varnishes, etc. In "v ;.v ll"'l IIIIH'lllll"lll.HT Ullllnll .... lli'M l'V lllhl'T nil. ht Ullllnu ll.'-l liiirin- nil, mt milliiii l.lll'i itl nil. Imlliil I.IIImiiI nil. rilW , Vinii' 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JUNE 7. 1901. NO. 15. GROUP OF YOUNG MEMBERS OF FORTYFIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS 1- KUANK K, UANHDKMi 2- JOIIN I,. MAYNAHI) :t-KMAN'IJKI. WKII. 4- OIIAUI.KH J. COIl)KN 5 IIAItllY'T. QUINN iV-JOHKHII B. MAHHIIT 7-M. It. 1'ITTK H-MAHON I'KTKKM U-NKWIiAN OONKI.1NO tO-JOHN It. NHIHOLHON ll-). ll. W1TMKU )i-JA.MKH T. ni.AIlt IH-WIM.IAM l NKI.MON 14 DANTK 1IAIITON IV-IIAHKV IIAXTKIl W-W.H. WKJKKIt From Ht, IwniU INillllcnl Kcvluw. 17-H. I.. WAIll) t-A. I,. IIKKVKH 1U-KHKDKIHOK I.OMIIAU IU-JDHKPH J. MoAUMKKK St-J. W. KAUI.KY W-JAMKH A. CAHMACK CH m o 1 o o

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

2 MARSHALL KfcHJULlCAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntcrcd at the I'ontoffloc In Marshall, Mo., an ttecotiil-clasti matter. TKItMS: I.(H) l'KIt YKAIt IN ADVANCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKSIIAM., MISSOURI, Jl'NH 7, IOOI. RESIGNATIONS NOT ACCEPTED. The governor of South Carolina has return ecl the resignations of Senators McLaurin and "Tillman, and informs the gentlemen that there was mi election last fall, there is to be one in 1902 and "the people arc entitled to one year of peace and freedom from political battles and bitterness." He also says that no pri mary election will be called to settle the sena tors disputes, and if they again send in their resignations, he will accept them and appoint others in their places to serve until the next meeting of the legislature unless a special ses sion is called. The governor probably is of the opinion that a campaign in South Carolina for the purpose of rejection or vindication of McLaurin and Tillman would prove injurious to the state Democracy i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 MISSOURI EDITORS. j To County Chairmen- I'ollllnil ItcM. w. Social attention is directed to the com muuication of Cliairninn Mills, of Morgan comity, in this edition of the Review. The Review invites the county chairmen to discuss the matter of township and school district organization. Suggestions from the practical cxiierieiiee of county chairmen will In: found valuable to those who have in hand the er footing of party organization. Kvery county chairman in the state nets the Review. No better way of exchanging views nnd practical experience can be adopted. These columns ore open to you, gentlemen, and you are urged to write What you write will be pro,K.-rly prepared for publication, and your views will be faithfully presented. Will you not take up the matter al once, and let it be discussed fully. livery county chairman in the state should respond to this request and suggestion. Do it at once or you may neg lect it. The Nesbit law is an issue in Missouri po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MilnerFishback. Mr. John A. Milncr of Denver, Colorado, and Miss Annie Fish back, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Fishback of this city, were married Tuesday morning, Juncith, tool, at the home of the bride on North Jefferson avenue, Rev. B. T. Wharton performing the ceremony in the presence of a limited number of friends of the contracting par tics. The bride, who has spent much of her young life in this city is a member of one of the finest old Kentucky families, is a lovely char actcr and highly accomplished. She taught in the Denver schools for three years, also was governess sev eral years in the family of R. B. Kubauk of this city, and is a noble cultured young lady, whose friends are legion. The groom is highly connected, is a gentleman of wealth, having large mining interests at I,cndvillc and other western points. Mr. and Mrs. Milncr left on the 1 1 :,y) C. & A. train immediately after the wedding and congratula tions were over. They will take an ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 Scrcath Birthday. Liltle Miss Coriunc Jones, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones, celebrated her seventh birthday Tuesday afternoon at her home on North Odeil by inviting about 30 of her young friends to her party, the time being spent under the shade trees on the pretty lawn. Games suitable for small chil dren were indulged in and a grand good time was had. Refreshments were served in the dining-room, which had Itceii dark eued.a The long tabic prettily light ed with caudles and the birthday cake, with its vven burning can dles, were all features nf delight to the happy children. Mrs. Jones was assisted in the dining-room by Mrs A. I'ecclu-r nnd Miss Valliv Aimer, where re freshments of tec cream and a va riety of cake were served. After refreshments the little folks were given a treat in the way cf a "corn meal pudding." A large basin, filled with corn meal, contained all kinds of toys, such as dolts, statues of Rip Van Winkle, .spades, shovels, etc., eac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Monday Club Reception. ' The reception Riven by the la dles of the Monday Club Thursday evening, June 6th, 1901, at K. P. hall, wr.s probably the largest and one of the most brilliant, ns well as one of the most delightful, ever Riven in our city. The hall is nicely arranged for entertaining so large a number and looked most inviting upon this occasion with its decora tions of cut flowers and the usual amount of palms and other green ery. The guests in all numbered some 475 and were received upon their arrival by the young lady members of the club, who acted as ushers, seating the guests with much ease and grace, giving to each the dainty program, which will make a souv enir for the pleasant event. The program for the evening's entertainment was as follows: .Mnri'li Mlllliilri- I. II. l'oimukl ArM qiuirli'll... AMimI liy Mr. Wurrrii Vllcy; Ml" Alum SIIit. ArrniiipniiM. Thw was a fine production and was given the most profound atten tion by the large audience u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Colvert'Chapline Entertainment. A social affair that tempted tunny u( Marshall's social world to Attend was the reception Riven Tuesday by Mesdamcs J nines Col vert mid Schooling Clinpliuc nt the hr.nd some home of the latter on Kuglish nvenite. Hoth Indies arc charming in the role of hostess and the re ceiving hours from 2 to 3:30 and from 3:30 to 5:30 passed swiftly amid surroundings most charming. The drawing room and parlors were prettily trimmed with vines and the usual amount of growing plants. Mcsdnitics Chnpline and Colvert were assisted In receiving by Mes dames C. M. Huckuer, K K lVm licrton, J. P Miiston. Mnurice Hag edoru and Aliicl Leonard. Kittle Misses Helen Chnpline and Mnrgueiite Schupp. dressed in pure white from hem! to foot, dispensed the hospitalities in the dressing room on the second floor in a very creditable manner while punch was served in the reception hnll by two of Marshall's favorite young Indies, Misses Mat thi Ken and Fannie Kinca...

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

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAUN BRIEF. Frank Orcnr, of Oreurvlllc, attended to business here til Im week. Walter Itobertxon. of Kauxax City, visited lili wife hero Sunday. Mlx Fannie Potter left Frlilny f(r Chicago for a v 1.1 It to friend. Mlxx Kllznhcth Orrnr left Saturday for a visit to St. I.oulx friend. Suits from $20 up at the Krurrv mel Tailoring Establishment. V. C. Hell, or Nelson, attended to limine In Marshall Saturday. .Indue Jainex Cooney made a trip to the farm recently In Cuoier eounty. Mr. A. II. Stewart wax the guest of Mr. and Mm. Frank Mitchell Sunday. I.a Crosse Lumber Co. 2i Years Under Same rUiugement. Will Conway, of Kanxax City, vlx Ited .1. II. Conway and family several dayx th if week. Mrx. JatncxCondwin. of Alma, came down Monday for a xhnrt visit to Mrx. It. K. L. Smith. Syd llnrkx, C. P. Stortx nnd I). V. Ilerider, of Sinter, were attending court here Monday. Minx Nannie Itnlney haxtakrn rooms with Mrs. .1 cim le Sandldge on Vest street for the summer. It....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 LOCAL IN IRIEF T. II. McGrew, of Sweet Spring, wuh a visitor Monday. Miss Mnry II real lied, of Nelson, is visiting relative In Kansas City. miiiuii Vim Dyke mitl will Kulticy visited Arrow Hook friends Sunday. Miss I'.llu Messle loft Saturday for Clinton, where she will seiid the num. mer. William Hairsdulu und fain II v aro visiting relative this week at Little 1 Rock. Kurly Thompson, of Slater, wus the guest Suuduy of Judgu Win. Hush mid family. William Mullln, a prominent Re publican of Mluinl, wait In Mumhull Monday. Huv. Manly J. llrcakcr,of St. l.ouls, spent Saturday vlnltliitf old friend In Mumhull. .1. W. Mulllii. of .Mluml. bus gone to SH.-nrllf li, South Dakolu, to lesldoj lcrmuticnily. I Mint Funnlu Alexander, of llutlvr, : It visiting Mr. Fannie Harrison on Kaslwood this week. . Mm. Kmlly Mitchell, of Kansas City, I visiting the family of .1. vv. Robert noil on Hell street. Mm. Lucy I1. Sti-ele, of Slater, lit vUllliitf till week ul thu liimiu of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. (Jlimato anil Oiop Bulletin. Cohimtiln. Mo., Juno I, 1101. Cool, dry weather bus continued tlnr hi); the past week mid over n large ptirt of tliv state the drouth Iiiim now liooomo ono of the severest ever known. Unless good ruins full Koon wheat, outM. moutlows uml rnnlt'iii will Imj nl miKl total failure In many counties. In ii'ii't of the northwestern, tnuny of the northeastern anil some of the cen tral anil Koiitlicrn enmities wheat still looks well nni) promises mi average, or moro tin n mi uvoruge yield, pro vliloil It receives siimVlont moisture to onuble It to till, but In many of the ecntnil mid southern counties the crop has Urn shortened onofourth to one half by the ilroutli ami Insects, uml In some illstrlcts will I to nearly 11 failure. .Much diimuge bus Imcii done by lly uml clilncli bugx In portions of the eastern anil southern sections, anil rust bus apN'iireil In many of the southern counties. In a fow of the southern counties siiiuo Holds ha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 11 LOCALJN 1RIEF. Horn to Mr. and Mr. James King June 2nd, n son. Dr. Mary Mansur mode a profes sional trip to Slater this week. Misses Matt h-and Klla William-., of Roping, were In Mat-Khali Wednes lay A handMimc line of tuccnwarc to select from at Klirnman V llenlnn's. mi Miss MayiiKj Wood, of Miami, at tended tliu Mllucr-Flshhuck wedding Tuesday. O. I'. Sturm has returned from a short trip to III old home In North Missouri. ijk Crosse Lumber Co. Never Fail to Please. Mttle John Hall bus Im-cii on thu sick llxt thin wick, hut convalescent nt Mil writ Inf. Clyde Mcllride and Atmer Gore were taken into the Mistletoe club Monday night. Circuit Court adjourned Monday to meet .line 17th, when the water work euM will Im tried. Mrs. T. II. Motrin anil daughter, MIk Smile, of Arrow I took, were up shopping TiicmIuv. Mm. Will Lawless, of the county, has Ik'cii ipilte sick for a week at her tome near Napton. John VanWInkle, of Norton, wax a visitor In Marshall Tuesday a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAUN BRIEF. Miss Blrdlo Logedon is visiting St. Joseph friends. R. P. Spencer visited his wife at Fayette this week. V.. V. Davidson, of Arrow Rock, was up Wednesday. II. D. Anient and Arthur Guthrey stent Tuesday in Slater. Mrt. It. K. L. Smith returned Thurs day from a visit at Alma. Prof. Nelson and wife, of Nelson, were up shopping Wednesday. Judge J. H. Hunter went to Tcnncs see this week on a business trip. Frank McHobcrts and wife, of Malta Mend, were shopping Wednesday. William Lynch left Thursday morn Ing for F.xcclslor for a week's stay. Binder Twine 8 cents at New York Racket. Mrt, George C. Rose and son, Km ), urv visiting relatives at Glasgow. Sunday will be Children's Day at the Cumlterland Presbyterian church In this city. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis, of Little Henjamln, Thursday, May .'HHIi. a son. Miss Kthel Jones, the guest of Mrs. Nora Conway, left Wednesday for her home in Odessa. Mrs. Harry Gophart has returned from an extended vi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL RKPUbLlCAN. 15 BE SEND! BIS I1ILL3 TO THE MEN. K 8hopkeeper Who Found that They Paid Much Mo.d Promptly Than the Women "Tht'i'o In a mini In i.n Eastern city who docs a I fir we bunlnen In bnbles' tlrcxMCH, and clothing for very young children," writes Kdwnrd link, In lite Ladles' Home Journal for .lune. "Ho mrtkcrt and sells nothing else. Ills trade Ik almost entirely with women. Op to within three years ago he would send out to his customers hills amount ing to a h much an 10,000. In six months' llino lie would revolve, loss than 1,000 In return. Vet hln cus tomers till 'stood well' ami were con sidered women of easy mentis. Then lie deliberately chunged his method of rendering hill. He went over liU hooks and found that he hud nomo 1-.0U0 worth of unpuld accounts. Hu ttinilu out the 11 1 1 n uiid iiililnwscd theni to the hushuuii or fathom of hlx imih tomcrs, dlreetlng the hills to their of llocn. Within sixty days he had re eelved t,(Kt In checks. Ills liivurlalilu rule...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OH TO BAN rRANOI8QQ. Aboard the Epworth Lenguu Bptcial. 'I'lii' 1'nloii PneWc luis Ih.tii nolwli-il u tin- ollli'lul route by Central, South I'M nml WVMerti Missouri, which hi I'lmli Kuiiii City. Soil ullti. SprliiL' Held, .toplin, (.'urthiiL'f uml uttii'r pi-ln-olpiil cltlcn In th .tti. Tin t'nlon I'ai.'lllu vh xcltvtcil lH'(iiii!t' It Ik tin? slimiest, In-it nml itilitt'it route from MIk.oiii-I Itlvt-r to Sun Frmu'leco nml oiler the lct fuHlltlc In nil ri'.pt'i'U For the trip. It Ik the cool, central route, uhleh iiiuiin. much In the mid dle of July, ft iik help you keep cool: wecnu do It. The meet I m; will he held In San t-'rmieUco .Inly ltli to L'l-t. The t'tilou I'aclllc will cell tick-. W. from .Inly ilth to I'-'lli at the very ' low rale of I".IH) for the roituil trip: niii-t HIhtiiI itop-over privilege liotli tfiilinr ami ivtinnlti).'. In fuel, -top1 when nml where you pleue wet of , Denver. Ticket nt-""onil until Anirn.t .'llit to letiiru. Vou uo on...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. 16 Beware of Consumers rhould lieware of the cheap anil inferior washing powders said to be just m good as Washing Powder Nicy are not there it nothing m good m the genuine 9010 AtftF for til denning Niiit the house. Ask for tKKM BVST Ntid insist on getting it. Made nlyby THE N. K. FAIRIANK GN.PANV, Vcatu SI. LmIi NawVtrfc BattM THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM. (Imsm'i Plittir It Pilo'i Ikitir.) Goorgo Washington modo and sold flour, anil every burn I of flour iu tho nmiket branded "(J. Washington, Mount Vernon," Hold without delay. No ipleMiou was ever raUiil iih to iiiidtiy or weight. Heli-on'ii l'oroti I'laotrr sells on its repn t.itiu i i urvwliero. All the buyer wants to I mi ti'ttiiin of is tbut tbo planter offend dim rotUy i IUiukjuV, und not a worthies iiiil. tat ion of it or substitute for it. A planter Utho ImkI fonu of external rum. cily. mid llt-usou' is the, lxt plantar) ii,000 plr,nlr.aiM and dru;ulsts, nml a uiultitudo of people no man can nuiiiWr. hate settl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 June 1901

id MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WILL NEED AID OF AMERICA. Andrew Carnegie Predicts a Conti' nental Coalition Against Great Britain. London, June ,5. Andrew Car negie predicts that Great Britain must eventually turn to the United States for aid against the nations of Continental Europe. "The time is coming," he said, "when the continental powers will combine to smash up this little island of Great Britain. When that happens, she will have to turn to the United States for help. I feel certain it will not lc refused. The United States will step in and say 'don't.' They will act just as Great Britain did in the Spanish -American war. What she did then was great, and it is not half realized yet. "I believe in the community of the English-speaking races, hy which I mean that the Americans and the British are now closer than ever before. Could yon get a bet ter instance than the visit of the delegates of the New York Chain Iter of Commerce to Windsor last Saturday? I suggested it and King Edward t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

MARSHALL-- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, JUNE 14. 1901. NO. 19. McKINLEYS SIGNED STATEMENT. PROPOSED REDUCTION REJECTFD. Says that He Would not Accept a Third Term if Nomination Tendered. "I regret Hint the suggestion of a third term has been made, and I doubt it I am even call vd upon to notice it. There are a Kreat many questions of serious moment to the citizens of the United States at the present time, and the attention of the people should not be taken from a consideration of these questions, in or der to discuss a third term problem. "I desire to say now once for all that I am not a candidate for a third "erm, and would not accept the nomination for a third term, were it tendered to me. "It is my only ambition to serve my coun try well during the remainder of my second term, and I trust that a wise providence will assist me in this desire. "Signed, Wll.i.UN McKinlky." ADMITTED TO WEST POINT. Out of the forty-six candidates who report ed last meek for...

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