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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INBRIEF. ' Dr. J. D. Davis returned Monday from Sweet Spring. C. .1. Wagner, ( Hlarkhurn. visited friends here Stimlny. T. I'.. Spencer li'ft Sunday on a Inn lnc trip to St. I.OUl. Dr. .1. 1'.. HnrrI made a professional vllt to Slater Sntiinliiy. Horn, to Mr. ami Mr. F.d Whalcn, Friday. .lune'JIst. 1101 . it son. .1. It. Smith mid son. of Itldge I'rulrlc. vtr In town Saturday. John V. Hnutrlglit and family, of Herndon, were In town Saturday. Sheriff Hum and Will Itulncy spent Monday In the country on bii-luc--. II. S. Itooth. of (Vntralla. vlltcd hi -l-tcr In West Marshall Sunday. Ml Mabel FUhcr. who ha been In i St. I.oul day. onie week. returned Tuc- Lime, Plaster, Hair, etc., Ix CroMe Lumber Co. T. J. ltohcrton, of Mount Leonard, wa attending to biilnc-- heie Satur day . Smith, of Merryvllle. I .1, Wood-ou Mo.. I vMtltig relative here thl week ; Mr. W. D. Merrill, of Denver. Ii t 1.. ... , !.. ... , . .. r tiiuiig .ir. ! nigiiciu ai no. tel Hurt. Tom...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II Ltrkin Bobb. Lnrkln Uobb of this city, aired ftO years, was found In un uncunncloiin condition at hi room on Houth Jef ferson avenue Wednesday morning nt 8 o'clock. Dr. U. M. Spoils mid Dr. lint din were called In nt II o'clock and found Mic niun breathing heavily, his symptoms Indicating an over tloso of iiiorolilnc, but wits not able to decide positively Dr. Spoils visited lilin again nt eleven o'clock nnd found him wcoker and lie died nt V-.'M). Lark In Uobb wu seen on tho street Tucsduy morning and the neighbors remembered that they lind heard u noise like some ono nionulntr In pain, during thu nfterunou of Tuesday, but paid no attention to It. Ill remains were taken In ehargu by Undertaker Siipplnglnti mid us be died under rather isrullnr circum stances, nn Impicst nnd postmortem wax lield Thursday innrnlnir. The jury composed of the following gentlemen: J limes Cauiplicll, Charles Irvine, llruco(Surrurd,(icnrgu llrowu, .1. K. Spnnglcr and l.nke MoMIlt, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BTREEr IMPROVEMENTS. Lafftjette Will a Paved from Arrow 8treet to Yerbj 8treet. At n meeting of the city council Tuesday night the ermunent street anil alley committee, In tin mutter of mucuduml.lng, curbing and guttering South Lafayette avenue, reported fav orably. The committee upon Investigation fount) tliul there were forty-nine resl dent proierty-owncrs anil the remon trance wn" signed by only twenty-three. Heforo the report wax put to a vote, the council heard It. M. Heynolds at torney for the signer" of the remon strance. All of the nhlernien weiv prcent, and the report of the committee was nnuiiliiioiily adopted. 8 tii.il I Bliiz;. The lire company were culled out about ten o'clock Tuesday morning, making considerable excitement a It went through the square with unusual peed. The ttt proved to lie tie feed mill of (,. N. Mel i el I near the gut work. The lire which wan In the roof and which Ik supposed to have caught from u spurk from a traction engin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, JUi.Y . 1901. NO. 22. mmuA tit W"1 WltV. )K. U. M WIIAKTOK IK IIOKACK C.IMCI'.K LOTTERY PLAN NOT SATISFACTORY. There is an nrgani.i d plau developing to enter tilt1 Kiowa mi'l Comanche and Anclie reservations us soon us the proclamation open ing the land for .-ettlement N issued Many of the (test citizens of Oklahoma are of the opin ion that the lotteiy scheme is illegal and say that they will test the matter in the courts. Mr Unrnlt'ck, editor of the Minco Minstrel, says; "Whereas ami inasmuch as the United States Government proposes to violate the constitutional law regarding the right of any American citizen to tfke a homestead on any public domain in the United States, and "Whereas, if the said land jto he opened fr.r settlement belongs lo us all alike, and is subject to settlement under tin homestead laws of the United States, then therefore "Here is one man who proptses to abide by the law enacted by our fathers, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A PROTEST. SLATlR ITEMS I The people of Marshall, by their representa tives in the council, granted a valuable (ran w v.'chls to" the' watcrw6rfts comnany. aim in Slater is as near being a dry town now an any town can be that is blessed with two sa- loons&ntf Fou7"urtiK fortfs. Our HSrveyjif s- t Ktitcrcd nt the I'ostofllec In Mamhall, Mo., ax ccvontl-elnjiiL matter. ' K ' ' I rnii4Mfrntlnn Jut! tfu nrnmfttt nff ivnttr hi mif-' fntii rit.ivatYrivnr1eH tnli4nnllv freltf ikldf hr- l.ifiJlKH YKAItlN'ADVANCR. ' ' - , , I ., . i' . ..... 4;i . J-IY . i . 11 nciem qiianuiy miu snuauic quamy i,or nnusc- oer very ,onen iiiki . mwiiyn wiicu ji in il. mii.-i 1 ju. . -.. - . uoiu iic..iiiiu iizv protection. . riuw. in iiiiu iicructi. .m.tne ucCTinmicui imn iuii iii sui-ii torn obse auout the Til' MAKSIIA1.I., MISSOURI, Jt'l.V 5, I90I. ItUITUTIl.l V 1 J.t'H. HUNTER, Uwyjcr, , .: 1 1'lirnnTly lln-nr .V lluuti-r.) 1 t "Tmise cry from all quarters is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 Party at Shackelford. Miss I,u1a Tickemecr charm ingly entertained n company of friends Tuesday evening nt her home, four miles west ol town, in honor of her guest, Miss Mamie Zeff, a handsome young iady of St. Louis, who is spending the heated term with Miss Tiekemeyer, whose country home is known to he one of the most delightful in all Saline. The evening wns spent in the large gallery, where it was most pleasant. Flinch wns served in the large reception hall hy Miss I.ula Tickemeyer and Mrs George Mayer of St. Louis. Later in the evening delicious refreshments of brick cream and cake were served. Quite a musical program was given dining the hours fiotu 8:30 to 1 1 o'clock, when the handsome new Kuuhall piano, recently pre sented to the hostess hy her mother, wns christened. Misses Alma Siler of M.irshsdl and Katheriue Cordell of Denver favored the company will, several vovnl numbers, which were highly appreciated. Mi'S ZepfT, who has a very sweet voice, gav...

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

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Off for Buffalo. Dr. V. II. Mack and wife and daughters, S.trnh, Mary and Kilo Rohhius, left Tuesday night for a delightful trip Kast. They took the Itont at Chicago, Koinp to Mac r.nac and Milwaukee. They will spend some days at Buffalo attend ing the exposition, alter which they will go to North Tonawanda for a two weeks' visit with ft lends. The remainder of their visit will he near Pittsburg, Peiin.. visiting the old home of Mrs. Black, where many friends of her girlhood still reside, all of whom are offering in ducemeuts in the way of entertain ment to keep the Black family ns long ns it is possible to hold on to them. However Dr. Black, who is ever too busy to prolong his va cation, will have to cut his visit short on account of being in Texas the 20th, where he dslivers a course of six lectures to the Chau tauqua at Techaucnna. The fam ily expect now to be home some time the latter part of August. The KiU'iMii.iCAX wishes for them n delightful summer an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 THE UNION MEETINGS Services at (he Tent Morning and Evening with Increased Inters eat Large Congregation in Attendance. The services since the arrival Dr. Wharton linve increased of ill interest, the attendance at each ser vice being large. Fully two thou sand people greeted the evangelist Sunday evening, when the best of order prevailed throughout theser vices. The seivice of song was es pecially good, the dilTerent choirs in the city leiug well represented. Mrs. Charles Vaustone's solo," Har vest Time." was leautifully ren dered and could he heard by every one throughout the the lent. This was follotvcd hy a solo from Mr. Oeiger, the singer, who accompa nies I)r Wharton, nnd who lias a strong, rich voice. His solo, "Where will You Spend Ktcrnity?" wasef fectively given mid came as a pow erful message to many he trts pres cut. Dr. Wharton, who is a pleasant gentleman, either in the pulpit or out of it, has the happy faculty of getting very "close" to his larg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INBRIEF. Oru llandolph lm returned from un extended nip North. Dorottiu Woodhiidjje xpent Satur day unci .SiiihIiiv ut tin- Humnrr home In M Intnl. Ml! Nettle Pry reported quite lek with uiiilnt'liil fever nt her home un College Mill. Mrx. I.. P.. Dorxey. of Strtte. Mo., I vUlilnir the family of .1. M. Conway on Wext Morgan xtreot. Mix. P. I.. Dorxey timl daughter, nre nietx of 1'. S. Steele mill fumlly on College Hill. AUATITH CEMENT PLASTER, La Crosse Lumber Co. Tim McDonotiirh wu iilt ilk Sat nrilny timl Sunday with xoinrthlni: like Itllloiiit eolle. Mrx. I CIIkoii, of Hartleman. wan the tfiiext tliN week of her xlxter. Mrx. Tim .Mel)onoiit;h. A elnxx of -I yoiinir people made their llr-t holy communion ul the Cnth olle ehureh In tl.l- elty Snuiliiy at S a m. Wilder Mlalr. who xpent several day. In Mar-hull vMtint; old frlondM. left Stiturduy niornluj: for Knnxiix City. Mr. I'. ('. Mclteynoldx and iliiiigh ter. M l-t Vlrule, huve leturned from a vl-ll...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 & Why Break a $40 PI Olacc to Steal Shoes? 4? frr lnr VtAi m vlnl li cln-nH-r llinti $0? T kIi'mIIiik Mini Im'Hit IIiiiii oilier X wll fur mnri' liliiiii'.v A' MYERS & BELL ClIKMrlt HTllllK. MAMMIIAM., MO Walter Adklnson ntul wife ient several tiny this week with Lester Watts uml family at their country homo, II mile northeast of Marshall. Mrs. William Nnylor ntul son, Forest ami Nulhnn. of Springllold, Mo., hove returned to their home after a visit to the former's father, T. A. Utuhurgrr, of the county. Gcorgu M urrel I returned Fr Id oy night from Kansas City, where ho uccompa nled hlit nephew, Hum Murrell, who visited In thin city a week or two en route to liU home In GalnsvUlc, Tex. Judge Samuel Davis ami wife enter- tulned the following ticrson at dinner recently: Paul Limerick and wife of Kmns City, G. W. Newton and ls tern, Misses Susie and Mury Newton. LOCAL IN BRIEF Judge Samuel Davis of thl city, minle an iiddics to the good people ut lllgglu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. EormrTborpe. The elegant country home of Mr. H. C. Thorw nntl wife wn the scene of u happy wedding ut high noon Tuesday, .lime i"ith, UK)I. Their accomplished daughter, Anule Myrtle, being united hi marriage to Itev. .tohn Herbert Dornn, n young minister of groat prom lo of the I'. I', church of Little Hock, Ark. In the hull was a large arch of evergreens iiml cut llowcr nml mum pcuded from the center of the arch wax ti magnificent Moral heart. The wed ding march wiim played by MIim Julia Dnnlon, of Slater. Little Mlsso An nie May KvatiH and Itael Thorpe were the llower girl. Tlie Impressive ceremony that united the heart ami liven of thU young couple for weal or woe, time and eter nity, wan tcrformed by Dr. Mnrrl. of Marshall. After the ceremony a de lectable luncheon was crved and par taken of by u number of friends and relative), who were In attendance. The bride looked very pretty and attlted In white Parisian lawn, trimmed In Swi-. and Valenciennes embroide...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Btooe on the Iunes- New York, Juno 2.I. Hon William .loci Stone, ex-governor of Missouri, anil vice-chairman of the democratic national committee, come to town to day to stay until Tuesday evening, when he will depart for the Buffalo exposition and hi home. Gov. Stone hut been at tint French Lick spring In Indiana, where ho hail a good time, anil ho do hi thin evening that ho wait in excellent health. Ho also mild that In1 wui devoting himself to thu tank of making u II vlnir now. 'All that I hour about politic," said (!ov. Stone, "In what In printed in the puHm, ami all of thut ecmto In) gossip. An a mutter of fuel, I think these ixHiplo urc not much excited over politic ut thi tline. There lit only one campolgn thi fall thut will at trnet iiiiieh intention, uui) that In In Ohio. All that I know ahout the new 'tlilnl party' U that a dozen or llfteun men, among whom wa leo Meriweth er, who ran for mayor of St. I.oiiU, on a municipal owuemhlp platform, am) poll...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INJRIEF. I 'at Loftu loft Tuesday for an ex tended stay in Colorado. .let Dooley returned Monday from a visit to Sweet Spring. Clifford Alnut, of Odessa, wax the guest Sunday of Ml Hesslc Orear. C. T. Hawkins came In Monday for stuy of several days with his family. Acme Plaster, La Crosse Lumber Co. C. M. Tlurknrr came In Saturday to remain until the ttoard meeting Tucs. day. A. .1. Grave and wife and Mr, .lolin Long, returned till week from St. Louis. Ml Kthel Huc. of Kan-u City. I the guest of Mi F.dlth Carpenter this week. .foe Lighter. Iloli Lndd and Sutton Collier, of Ode, were down visiting friend Sunday. Mr. Ablel l.connrd returned Mon day night from it pleasant vl-lt to relative at lloouvllle (). I. Sturm left Sunday morning for a vllt to lit wife, who I visiting relative In Hilling. Montana. Gcorje II. Anderon and Hen Strl ker returned .Monday from a vllt to the Haneoek home at Hlarkhurn. La Crowe Lumber Co. Make l-ow Price. Ml Annie Anderou, o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

II Mr. Uobert Iteynrtldn n out. again nftvr an lllnoln of three week. MIkn Ktlml VahJom. hrf returned (nyii ; v TA . J f rtKi il In KtiiUS'tiehtl. It. i:. Hollowu.v liiforniH iih that no wheat Ik oomlnt; Jiujind la of a HiW" iiallty . Tk jtfr. .Imlil Mitchell, tho ituoitt of Mlii A. II. Stewart, will leave thin week (or her lioinu In IHIiioIh. Mm. Chat I.uoy an daughter Kllpu-I Ix-ili, loft Monday (oria vllt ty, MJ Catherine i'ltmplMtll ut tjxlnuton. It. C. Iloruo ami wife returned from .lolfcriom City Saturday mill tin lattor remained over fcir n few day' v in It here. - r ' 'it AltiertOwonT. of Kiiii'hh CHy, pa.Hod throtisth nir town Sunday nlsjht en route to N'cNon for a vl-lt tohlt liar oiiN. i, v.. . - Mr. Win. K Inory ami Mor. MU M iiiiiIc. of Mohcrly, lire vltltlnsr I'll Conway mi. I family on Wo-t Arrow Mreet. Mix. l'vcrttto (.oonnrd, while ut- tonillusr tin uiornhitr mooting at tlio tt-iil Momlay, fuhitoil ami huiYto Ik? takwu lioiiio In a oarrlasre. r " V (Seorsro Standard...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 July 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Climate and Crop Bulletin. Columbia, Mo., July 2, 1901, The week just closed has lieen extremely warm, with hot, drying winds and no rains of any conse quence, except in a few scatered localities in the eastern counties, where good showers fell on June 28. Showers fell in a number of the northern couutias on June 22d and 23d, however, improving corn and gardens, but were not heavy enough to materially benefit meadows or pastures, except in u few localities. In u majority ot the northern, and in a few of the central and southeastern counties, corn is do ing fairly well, unci in n few of the northern counties, where the heav iest rains have fallen, it is growing finely. In most of the central a .id southern counties however, it is making but little progress and is rolling badly, while in some local ities it is dying. Chinch bugs are damaging it to a considerable ex tent in a number of counties. The crop is very uneven, considerable having been laid by, while in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JULY 12. 1901. NO. 2. WRECK ON THE C Ir A. YUU'Emi CoUisloa by Faaaftaftr d Frelfkt Traiaa Tea Death MUay lajured. Cattle Killed aaa Htary Lom ia Other Property Horrtfyiag Sceaea oa the Grow. train, on KIIXHI). The list Of killed and injured follow: Dan McAnna, conductor on freight Slater. Mo. D. J. Anderson, Slater, Mo.; engineer f reign t train. Frank Briggs, Slater, Mo.; engineer on passenger train. ' J. S. Rogers. Chicago; express messenger. Two unknown men, supposed to be tramps. Two women; names unknown. INJURED. F. C. Bray, Chicago; shoe salesman; bruin ed about head. Miss Clara Cotden, Topeka, Indiana; hurt in right kip. k Minn Guta A. Nelson, Topeka. Indiana; cut on head. George A. Hill, Gilliam, Mo; badly cut on left knee. Geoige Allen, colored, New Frankfort, Mo; leltside hint Joseph Whittle, Gilliam, Mo ; cut on left arm and on head and leg sprained. Miss Zola Harvey, Hoopeston, Illinois; scalded about Uce a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the I'ontofflce In Marshall, Mo., aa econdHslaH matter. TBKMS: 11.00 FKK YEAH IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, JULY 13, I90I. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (Kormrrtr Orrar A Hunter.) 1 lfl1rMivrr llnnk of MaIId MARSHALL, MISSOURI. PARDONED IN ADVANCE. Judge W. M. Rt.hinoon ot the Missouri Supreme Court, iu n recent interview critici ses severely the decision of the court, known as the necrct ballot decision, wherein the court, by a majority of iis members bold that the ballot boxes cannot le opened and the ballot compared with the polling list. No matter how much evidence may be otherwise pro duced to establish the frauds hid within the lids of the boxes. The judge says: "It is beyond my under standing how there can be a secret ballot as announced in that opinion. I have said this to the other members of the court and I will say it again. There are dozens of precedents, yes. hundreds of them, in the records of the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 LOCAL INiRIEF. Horn to II. A. Tuey and wife a son. N. Mck. Meyer ent Monday in Hoonvllle. Mr. N. W Halli.y, of Mnltn Hend, w a visitor Tuesday. lion, .lolin Wclbourn.of Lexington, waH In on i'lty Tuesday. Joseph llauiill left Tuesday night for St. loul on business. Mrs. Carrie Stnrts, of Slater, l vis iting I.. (. Ganctt and family. Ijk Crosse Lumber Co. Treat Customers Right K. I.. Khoadc, of Norton, Is adding several room to hi residence. I. T. Reynold, of Slater, ta a visitor In Marshall Wednesday. W. II. llcavl. of Sweet Spring, wa In the county neat Tuesday. Thomas Horn and wife, of Mack water, vMted friend hero Monday. Wallace llranch returned Monday from a iihort It It to Miami friends. Mr. .1. W. Howell ha lieen quite Kick thin week with severe neuralgia. Mis Jennie Chandler left Tuesday for a visit to friends at Kldorado, Ka. Adam Link, of Homo Valley, had husluc In the Criminal Couit hen1 Tuesday. I. 11 Crosse Lumber Co. a a Years Under Same rtanascm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Missionary Society Meet. The Missionary Society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church had a very pleasant and profitable meeting Thursday with Mrs. B. F. Garst on College Hill, when the following program was given: Topic "Work Among the Poor." Prayer By President. Devotional Unerases Mrs. Ber ryhill. Song No. 180, "Rescue the Perishing." Prayer Mrs. M.ihanl, Mrs. C. Siler. Song No. i7i, "Sweet Peace, the Gilt of God's hove." Prayer Mrs. Gtube. "The Spiritual Difficulties of the Poor." Mrs. Andrew Olson. "The Work Done .Among the Poor in the Cities" Mrs. J. M. Peiiick. Reading Irom "Palsy" (Kate Douglas Wiggins) Mrs. Hugh Hayes. j "How Can We Help Our Mis j sion Sunday School ? Discussion , led ly Mrs. Morrow. . Prayer. ' Roll Call. Verse from favorite I hymn. I Minutes of last meeting, j Unfinished business. New business. Free will offering. Christian Kudeavor Prayer. Mkh. lv. I-:. Mokkis, Pres. j Mrs. I). F. Man.s'INO, Sec. At the close of the program a pleas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Low Rite Excursions HI Summer Vii the BwltytM Rurte. During the coming summer l Itu r lliigton Itouto will have In cITccl the very lnwct excursion rate thai have ever been made. The general plan of UlCsC I'lltCS, llcStltllltlOUS, CtC, I MO varied thut tin- public xhntihl uxk their ncm-ext ticket agent for detail, or else ilo iik tile favor to write for rate, de scriptive mutter, etc. (heap Summer Tours West Dally to Colorado, (?tali and Hlaok Hills, also lfnmcrkcrs' excursions every two wicks to the whole Wont and Nnrthucxt. Cheap KxcurxloiiH llu-t Very low roiiml trip rati", to the MtilTiiln Kxpo sltlon. the Scushotv. Adirondack, Canada. M Ifliitfim Luke, Mackinaw: ii thnniiiid eastern rcnrts: Il'ic hike mill t all trip cant, via Chicago, De troit, Cleveland. Cheap Kxcurxlon North Kvery iluy to St. I'uiil Minneapolis mill Luke Siicrlor rcort: the coolcxt ri-crciitlvo couniry. Ask for tin; Miirllnglnn' summer excursion into circular. Ciillfornla Kxcurxloii Perso...

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