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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the PostoAce in Marshall, Mo., M r Moond-olas matter. TERMS: 11.00 PEll YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Eltoc. MARSHALL, MtSSOURt, DKCRMBKR 1 3, 1901 . J. R HUNTER Lawyer, (formerly Ortar Hunter.) UlotoHr Rank of Halln MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Can Marshall be called "a dry town?" The water bond vote. 834 for, 93 agaiust. The people know what Micy want, and said so. Now let us have peace, water, light and good fellowship. The people of Marshall have said iu no un certain sound tint the y want water. The city authorities ate now placed in posi tion to either furnish the city with a new and efficient water plant, or effect a mutually equi table arrangement with the present company. Let prudence, caicful consideration and wise sagacity govern. Dr. A. Lcteve, of the Mngee pathological department ol Mercy Hospital of Pittsburg, has discovered what is considered a specific for tetanus or lockjaw. The doctor may do n good turn to mankind by h...

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. — 13 December 1901

MARSHALL IEPUDL1CAW. 3 A FREE W. E. PARRISH, the well known j .... 1 1 ; Grocer, will give away HAVILAND CHINA DINNER SET, (Containing 112 Pieces) To one .of hl natrons. For Every Dollar paid will 1 be irivun a ticket entitling the i the Dinner Set. The ticket and at 10 o'clock a. in., on the Z3ttl Ol UeCembefi lUL 2 one ticket will lw drawn from the box, and the holder 'of the number ho drawn will bo entitled to the Dinner! HHt. Tim rirawinir will to in jpartiee and fair play assured. RflKitM. my m m ; ThiH Beautiful Set of Haviland exhibition in the Show Window. i I S &t 4ft) vaut v. OA 1 j v. iv1 A WKHT ' $ tllllhAAIl $ KAILKUAU TIMF T1DIFC $ lim I HULL J' WssNrl Ptdflc j.c, b. l. invtmon. $ (IWdepurti 7.-00a.m t 1? KAHTlttarrlvrs lltWa.m 2 Jul mOepiirli Itilftp.m J Ufia (IHiarrlvwa., UdAp.m fr ArX WKHTJ IHI depart Itlftp.m A 4 (171 arrive , flWp. m k ' J.O. Kakm., Agent. t JohaaoavPugh. Married, in Marhhall at the resi dence of Rev. D. C. Bolton on Dec. 9th, at four o'clock,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Imettmti Coat of LiYiag . The average coat of living has advanced nearly $20 per capita within less than five years, accord ing to a statistical comparison just issued by Dan's Review. In July, 1897, the'average cost of a year's supplies for one person was $72.45. To-day it is $101.37. Forty years ago it was $20 greater, the exact figuresj.in ! January, i860, being 121.75. The present prices are higher than' for many years, or since modem industrial, distribut ive and agricultural conditions were introduced. During the period mentioned it hs been found that while the price of labor fluctuated greatly the aver age was $1.50 a day, or about the rate prevailing to day. This would indicate that the increased cost of living has not lwcn met by an in crease iu ability to pay it. But to offset this there must be taken into account present steady employment and larger opportunities for ad vancement. Existing conditions certainly do not hear out the bare statistical st...

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. — 13 December 1901

MAtSHALL REPUBLICAN. ft The laVaaey Cash. ' The Shakespeare dans of the Monday club held its regular meet ing Monday morning at ten o'clock with a good atteadance. Uader the efficient leadership of Mm. R. C. Home, who aacceeded ia im parting aoaie of her eathaaiaaai to the data, the following program oa "Winter's Tale" proved moat delightful: Roll call Memory Quotations from the play. Paper "Analysis of the play as a drama, with aa examination of the author's methods of producing the artistic effects," was ably wiit ten by Misa Minnie Vance. Talh "Value of jealousy as a dramatic roolif," led by Mrs. Home. Talk "Comparison of Hermi- one, Desdemona and Imogen," led by Miss Mattie Sparks. Reading "Love passages be tween Floriel and Perdita," Mrs. Home. Table Talk "Autolycus the Rogue," led by Mrs. George Alt house. The resignation of Mrs. T. W. Galloway, director of the depart merit of literature waa reluctantly accepted by the board. Mrs. II. D. Anient, who has proved herself a fine p...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Aa AmtcM. The Anarchists of this country get little sympathy from any quar ter. Id Philadelphia A. H. Muel ler was arrested Saturday evening at Broad and Chestnut street,, charged with having declared that President Roosevelt should be serv ed the same as was McKinley, was to day held in 8oo bail for court for disturbing the peace. At the hear ing before Magistrate Kocberaper ger at the city hall, Mueller had nothing to say beyond declaring that he was not responsible on Sat urday for using the words imputed to him He stated that be had been a machinist in Wilmington, Dela ware. Mueller was arrested on complaint of P. T. Tobin, who claimed to Lave heard him use the threatening language. Tobin said to-day that the remark was made in the Hotel Lafayette at the time the president was looking at the football game in West PhiUdel ph'a. At Mueller's boarding place it was stated that he had always conducted himself in a quiet and orderly manner. He h said to have bee...

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. — 13 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 JNa$w1-Nt4QMpll8Stl4-a$4 8 O. W. JOHNSTON. I 1 Hid wife iml ruraiture Store! What makes a more useful present, than a RKkV, NukOMKL Nsk. StfctNft MslNt,feNMi CUr, ham M? Our line it complete. We can't mention all the PRETTY PIECES OP FURNITURE that would make a desirable present. Cone and let us show you. Cutlery Department We have the largest line of Carving Sets we have ever shown Rogers' and other standard brand; Rogers' 1847 and other leading makes in Knives, Porks, Spoons etc.: Nut Picks and Crack ers; the bent line of Pocket Knives we have ever been able to get together Beauti ful Pearl-Handle Knives, suitable for ladies, gentle men, girls or' boys. 'Our collection of 8 3 Statuary aod Medalions Will Surprise You. I CHRISTMAS tOWS. S TOYS of all kinds for the Children. All our Christmas Goods we are nuking at our usual Low PROFIT on Hard ware. Our genet si line of Hardware and Furniture I'm moving rapidly. Prices and goods up to date the goods are doing t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MBBOOlt MOTE- Hay ride are popular In Hlgglnf vllle, which moans, of course, that the town cm furnish the hay. All anyone has to do to make 'a hit In Hlgglnsvllln l to speak of that town as the St. Louis of Lafayette county. The receiver of the Jefferson City Press has been ordered to sell that pa jier at public or private sale on or be fore December 24. Among the plutocrats of Forest City mutt be reckoned the farmers of that town who cleared 9M an acre on their tomuto crop. There Is somo talk of holding a con vention of the different towns In the state which are in trouble over the scarcity of water. It is reported that the Missouri Hlver Is so low that It Is being forded In sev ernl places In the state. This story sounds kind of ' muddy." St. Joseph claims to ho the srcond richest city In the world In proportion to Its slw.'. Let's see Isn't there some question about Its nW.vf Under the heading, "Chow-Chow," the Dover Tribune announces that "M. T. Slushcr ha...

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. — 13 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 MODERN MISERS. Men Wkt Itarr ThramtoM to AocuMulaU Money. There it a certain fearful fascination about the stories of the misers of the past. The money they accumulated was of no more practical value to them than the trinket stolen ami secreted by some magpie or jackdaw. They hid it from the sight and use of men and in silence and secret gloated over the useless wealth. To (rather it they lived on crusts or offal, grudged clothes to cover them and fire to warm then, lived starved lives and in not a few cases died of starvation. That was the old-time inlsir. The modern wiser resembles this man of the past in tha particular that he frequently dies of starvation. In his eagerness to gather money he n .ivs miall heed to the claims of health. It? eats anvUiinir. anyhow, anywhen, ml unvuhfre. lie doesn't eat crusts by any means nor sare his purse to fill his stomach. The mistake he makes Is in thinking that when a man has filled his stonuch, that is the end of the b...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MR. FRAH0I8 TO THE FREBICEHT. OongTatulaUs and Thanks Him for In dorsing tbe Fair Tho following message was wired to President Roosevelt Uit week: "St. Louis, Dec. 3, 1901. Tho Pres ident, Washington: Hearty congrat ulations on your very able message. It In forceful and broad. All the poo lcoile of St. Louis and the Louisiana Purchase thank you sincerely for your strong Indorsement of our eommemor atlvo exposition. We bespeak con tlnued co-operation, and with It guar antee an exposition surpassing all predecessors. DAVID It. FltANClH." I'KKSIUBNT'8 indokskment ok faik. "I bespeak the most cordial support from the congresi and the people for the St. Louis Kxposlon to eommemor ato the one hundredth anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase. This pur chase was the greatest Instance of ex pansion In our history. It definitely decided that we were to becotno a great continental republic, by far the fore mnt power In the Western Hemis phere. It Is one of three or four ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II From Infancy To Age Lcusaaxeia tor Baati.- It U lh beat and ami effective remedy for children. BKT Lccauw it It pure ami safe tnlng made entirely of harmless ingredlenta. BKST because It U nnn Irritating and nmr gr Ipea or causes pain ot Irritation. BRHT because ll la ante and never falla. HURT because "Ckildtm tit it 4tkfer it; BRUT because lla tonic propertlea arc to good and ao atteogtheaing that It art pa the little once In fine, hearty cend lion. II U a ilangtroaa thing to give tittle babies violent cathartics that rack and rend their HlllcLullc. DON'T DO IT-give them LAXAKOLA. For conatlpatlon, roaled tungue, kluiple coldk, teallene, loaa of altep and fever It ta InrahMblc. A few dinpa cant e given with safety to very young habits, and It will often relieve colic ly t illlttg the wlhd and gaa that cause il. It will aid digestion, relieve rt tilers ncss. artltt nature and Induce sleep. Oreat relief la experienced when administered to young children iiifl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

12 MAkSHAtL REPUBLICAN. Whea to Otm a iridfs. Much talk hu been Indulged la re cently with reference to the danger of tariff league against tbe United State by European powers. There Is not much probability of any such league being formed, and should It be, tbe danger to this country Is so Inflnlteslmally slight as to be not worth considering. With reference to this matter Mr. Frederick W. Holls, who was a mem ber of Tbe Hague IV ace Conference, and since the adjournment of that body has traveled extensively through for elgn lands, asserts that public opin ion Is still the greatest power In Eu rope, and because of that the nations feet less animosity towards the United States than they do toward each other. This country has taught the value of protection to all other nations, and It Is very possiblo that some of them will put new tariff law Into effect, but none of them with a view to getting even with the United States. The tariff of this country Is based upon protection, and, cons...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 13 Van Dyke i (o. Ren Estft, Afcstrixts, inns HHIrst Mr West tf Ink 11 sake THEY CRUSH THE POWERS This U written In mid-October. Tht long, tjppresslve summer is quit none. Fading leaf, withering tree and the rustling corn ii the told are eigne of the season. Fog, frost, rein, enow, they ore coining. You remember liut winters of 1030 end 1001. The weather woe cruel. Ah I the thou, and it killed, and the hundred of thou, and it maimed and nlppled. Ob, the rough grasp it laid uu men at work, womea at home, aud children in crib and cradle. Cough tbut began before Thanksgiving Day are rucking aud tearing them etill yea, and growing wore aa they dig deeper futo the ionr, tired throat and lung. Many were cured by using llenon'a Porou Plaa ten. For the toothing and healing power of these Fluster i wonderful. Thty con quer the complaint THAT ARE RILLINI THE MIKE. Mo other platter, no other medicine or ap. plication, can compare with them. Cough, cold, backache, rheumatUm...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. FAIUVILLE. Wra. Meyer km la Marshall Tues day. John and Sam Irvine were In Mar hall Wed net day. Caddy Oreenabeaum Is visiting It. O. Smith and wife. Everybody butchering thlr week In this neighborhood. J. M. Talbott and J lie Smith were In Marshall Thursday. Dr. W. R. Utt made his lame old trip SuBday, near Miami. The Carrom Club meets with Mr. and Mrs. George Deal Friday night. M Unes Emma and Clara Scheners were In Marshall shopping Thursday. Payne Slusher and Lon Renlck, of Malta liend, visited In this neighbor hood Sunday. J. J. Campbelli of Shackelford, passed through here Wednesday en route to Miami. Miss Mary Stockman closed a very successful class of muilc In this com munlty last week. George Deal and wife returned home Friday evening from a 2 weeks' visit in Chllllcotho. John Skelton and J. D. Hulteyhave almost completed tho now residence of Mr. Illosscr at lilosser. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hawkins and family spent Sunday with the Utter parents, J. I). Ed...

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

2wflBwwr?'irw MARSHALL KEPUBLICAN. 15 I 1 1 9 9 9 I 9 9 HI 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 s. v. & t m. WRiatirs CHRISTMAS Presents M Are Useful. I SHOES! sP What dated child nice, atyliHh and serviceable happen to tret the right Bite Ladle' welted extension nolo ti8 at 92.50, 2.75 and 8.00 ing kind. Higher and lower appro- g could be more by man, woman or than a pair of our we gladly exchange. 5! Hhoen, patent or stock s; inn rutin or anri wnar. ..... o ...... - priced one to. DRESS GOODS. What would lie better than a nice drew, nkirt or waiHt pattern? We have a nice arwortment from the nice reverniblo goods at $2.00, 1.75 and 1.50 down to Flannelette, Qinghaiim and Calicos. A good assortment of Silk, Wool and Cotton waist goods. Or what's the matter with a nice Linen Table Cover, Napkins, or Towels) If OU may say these are all ordinary, everyday wanted articles, but people are constantly get ting more practical in their gift giving; then we'll call your attention to some other useful articles...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SLATER. Mlii Bessie Roberts spent Tuesday In Kansas City. Miss Cell Momon It spending t few days In Miami this week. O. C. Huff has recently moved to Slatar from near New Frankfort. The fatally of Knglneer A. H. Dun lap arrived In Slater Wednesday and will make this their home. Division Superintendent Ryder was In Slater on Wednesday circulating around the company premises. Mrs. Leeroy and little son, of St. Louis, are guests of the former's sis ter, Mrs. Charles Green, this week. W. D. Hass has bought out the meat market of Hull A Kdwards and will continue the business In the samo stand. He eipects to take imsscsslon abont the Ifltb. Arch Montgomery Intends to build fo-ir or Ave new flvoToom houses on the vacant block he owns In (laker's southeast addition. Ho will build nice, conveniently arranged houses for rent. Miss Kthol Honklns. who camo re cently from Kentucky, will have her clans. room for art students at the pub lic school. We are anxious to see her...

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. — 20 December 1901

MARSHAL-REPUBLICAN, VOL. X. .MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, DECEMBER 20, 1901. NO.4 46. MISSOURI POUTICS. I.OCATINO THK LAUNDRY. If we have any dirty linen why wash It be fore the public? Can it not be cleansed inside our own counsels? California Dispatch, Dem. RKWARD OP DUTY PKRVOMKD. It in too Irnd that Seibcrt did not get a chance to tell what he knew. He fought hard to keep off the witness stand, hut prom ised to tell all. he knew if he was compelled to go on Hannibal Carrier Post. HARD TO I'LKASR. If a Republican criticises the Democratic party in this Mate the whole press puts up the cry that it is a r flection on the fair name of Missouri, but if a Democrat exposes rascality within the ranks he is accused of giving away confidential affairs of the party. Lagrange Tribune. TIIKV RKOIN TO RKK. 'In Missouri (they (Democrats) have been blinded by the manipulation of their leaders, and have loyally stood by their party under the impression that it was being bundled in ti.e int...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL IEPUBLICAN. Entered at the Pottomce la Marshall, Mo., m ecoad-cla tastier. TERMS: 11.00 YKAR. IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, C ar. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, DRCRMBRR ,20 I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerl? Orotr A HunUr.) Offlc nvrr llnnk of ttalln MARSHALL, MISSOURI. ADMIRAL SCHLEY. The court of inquiry, who for weeks have been investigating the conditions, changes, etc., commonly known as the Sampson-Schley controversy, have rendered their decision. The majority of the court find the admiral guilty of the negligence in duty as charged in the indictment, except on the charge of cow ardice, as to which there is an acquittal. Ad miral Dewey dissents, and by minority report acquits on all chatge. Several resolutions have been introduced in congress looking to a congressional investiga tion. The battle as it now stands aeeais to be a draw. Sampson was not before the court, and was not in any Banner instrumental in instigating the charges nor the inquiry. The char...

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. — 20 December 1901

HAISMAU JICrUBLICAM. ' i - 1 The kepeWican7paftjTaaysvth Marsbfieid Mail, ia going to elect Republican' legialatere .nextffakV They will reatbre f Xoul. ind Kansas thy their right of stiff rage. And they will straighten out those. tH bl'ei'acilwS tbia ..fe ' to !f it oit .T.rt; Wok trying lo exptalnwh'y thejTdid so done lerausVlt Vat oVaV w " HOME-SEEKERS' .excursions: i PERIODICAL. RAILWAY TAANSPJOR TATION' "BARGAIN DAYS'7 , td POINTS NORTH. SOUTH, EAST AND WEST. ,, . ') 'THE ONLY- WAV" I TO CALL UPON OR WRITS TO THC UttBSR aiONIOAN OCT TMK BKAGT rOUIS AND OTHt PARTICULARS. T)t ClURALITV.OP LIMITS AkD'OTMCR PMIVILtOKS OF TMK CHICAGO fc A'LTOM R'Y. C. E. 'CORNETT. AO KMT. lilt SHAIL,. MO.. OEO. J. CHARLTON. OEN. PASS.' AGENT. CHfCAQO." ILL. Missouri 1 Pacific-Railway ...THB. .. "(irtfKl SHf t liH" VIA PUEBLO, Dinette. jt 4 GLEN WOOD SPRINGS, MANITOU SPRINGS ' . ANDiy.l.TIIK ' I ' J KimVlIKH I N KOKM ATIOHV H.O.TOWMMKNO. i a. P. and T. A., HI. Louis, Mn, i -it. .1 YN WMt 4 (Rft HMK S...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

4 MARSHALL1 REPUBLICAN. - 1 ml AM SfKM mas One Down i $4.00 Dull Piokh Cabinet Photos for S2jOO. These Photographs arc Guar aateed aad arc the regular S4.00 Photos. See Samples at Gallery. This rate expires December 20. Over Fletcher's Dry Goods Store. TKI.KPHONK tk Umm " tits MOTMi LayUg el tlx Track oa taw Rfvc aVMaW gVaBaaaBtaBBBBa-aa! Mr.,T. C. Rainey with his son. T. M.', and wife, left on Wednes day for Liberty. Mo., where they will make theii borne in the future. It is with much regret that Mar shall loses these citizens. Mr. T. C. Rainey has been a prominent business man of this count) for many years aad has been actively identified with the advancement of Marshall. The Rbpobucan wish e them success. and happiaesein their new home. The Palmyra Herald (Dem.) comes to hand with this observa tion: '!( Mr. J. M Seibert is wise he will give in that little deposition without further ado. The re vela, lions he may make can not possi hly be worse than the suspicions aroused." Mr. Se...

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. — 20 December 1901

MARSHALL ICrUBLICAN. 8 iMmwHR es PffMR wder jawmv. Superlative in strength and purity Improves the Hayo nJ acMi to the healthftf Inw of the food MIOIBAKINO POWDER OO, "JSiis The Bets art VlaJImis' The Chicago and Kansas pa pen have been printing stories about a car load cf manufactured hone) which wan said to have been re ceived in Chicago from California. According to these atorie the comb was manufactured nut of paraffine and the honey out of glucwe. Furthermore, it has' been a religi ous belief all over the country that honey in the comb is often manu factured. But now comeH George W. York, publisher of the Ameri can Bee Journal, with a letter to the Atchison GIoIkt, in which he aya he will pay $ t.ooo for the sight of a single pound of manu faclured comb honey. And he dda that he haa bee.t making thin offer for twenty ycara without find ing a Inker. The HosMosatke WU1 Go. It is aaid that arranKementa are pending ou the part of the manage mint of tte Pulton asylum for chiingiug t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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