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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Verdict Readeree'. The vote on the waterworks ques tion has been taken and it was at moat unanimous in favor of a change in our water supply An analysis of the vote, we believe, will show a majority of the votes cast were for a new plant, and nothing short of this at the time of voting would satisfy Jhem, but since the election there has been a change of oplnioa with a large number. They mow believe that if a satisfac tory price is made by the old water company for their plant it would be best to buy it. The city council ought, and we think will, reject the proposition suhmittrd by the water compinv, as it is not satis factory in any of its provisions. It gives no relief to the private con sumer. Cheaper water was one ot the demand made by the people. The company does not propose to reduce its rates except on the fire hydrants. Thin is not satisfactory to the parlies who take water from the company. Reject the "com promise;" then refuse to accept anything ...

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. — 20 December 1901

7 4 .,, Vi,, . it n oi a J3HJ 1 I r Evdryth Howling Slaughti b -BESIDES LOlOTnr" " ''. M . 1 I III KM I it. r i . ' ' IK. t II it ?' i tt'm -jJ In.1 f V.iti. A' Ml an raa 5 441 At G, N. Hsosoo's, '167 W. North St: lit door wwtrf NW. f i . . I I.. Kill It ( U. . 7?, fc Brussels CsrpeU reduc Brussels Caraete red , ..... ...W, Valval 'Car'neta red need ; u. .is, w Asalatter Carpets re dated to ....... W, alosala CarMla reduced ,,7 tw as, w ' Ingram Carpets reduced ' lajrrala 'Ceraeta! reduced " !. i i . . .::.. worth Oo' Blaatnrt eeep. Wwr'kMMifft loriHniiey io -In ' 'jtaaaaBBBBufEaraafiSsBCii j 1 - 1 Jltll K Laee Curtains' , esW, :.M ll.W , Lut Cartalas M omU,' was. . . l.'fiO Laoa Curtalua 1.25, was.. 2.00 Laca Cuetalae from 75 o 112.50 . per pair. Rope Portieres ..... 11.90 ' wonnwsviD. t i Rope Portieree '. ;.. 115 worth '3 75. Rope Portieres...... ......... 3.75 worth. B.W. , , Rope Portiere W OO, 5.00, 6.25,, fi.00, 0.00 and 0.50. v. - i i (Ml worth of Rug eo be alagh :IWliNd 'un...

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. — 20 December 1901

M AUSH ALL ! UMIBLtG arTr! Alarm Akron,' Ohio, December 13. Infor mation received by frlead of Mr. Ida McKinley, the widow of tec lata President, bow that her condition 1 much more serious than Is admitted In her home cliy. MW.' McKinley has positively stated that 'he will receive uo callers on Christmas day, aad that she desire no presents or remembran ces. She Intend to spend Christmas eve and Christmas day alone In her own room with ber sorrow. It Is this melancholia, which grows .deeper and deeper as the days goon, that Is caus ing the gravest fears among Mrs. Mo Klnley'n friends. She will talk of nothing but her grief, and, even when guests are present, sits for hours at a time wrapped In her sorrow and sieaklng to no one. It Is realised that If she I not aroused she may not survive the winter. She Is bordering oti mental and physical collapse. The vacancy uausrd by the resigns lion of .1, M. Clayton, postmaster, of Dover, lias txi-n (UIimI by the appoint nit-lit of Mrs. Klla S...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

MAISHAlt i trrdBUGAHr .9 The mm m MSBL tfct Tmmmlj Al aW aVIat wwaamafsm la fsjaaaaMawawa M Ml MTV MnM lOTTw f rvWVWft satisa af chaagesiag cklUfm who WtftkMMt Wttkj lllwiM. IM forte wife Mi mm ksabead twaad thetrehUd waakf Mjr, aad mm. llama weak l 'aaiaeV n ffrtwwp to W hVWj NllfV ' MM Hfllll MMJWfJte a ssaMm taaiptWuf maaaPa) BtaBBaVaaat w"awaWcsw BwawawBwamBBjawaaaj , amawjaay aWaTama; ,9" Mm aa a WM lata tti imM. S tk child waa called afeirychsagt ling, a sjbHd takawtatid ay the fcsrice far an whoa ia feetr eavytsr las MtkV aaas tkey.kad carried away. . Wa Mar a aera af fairy etertoe. MaM ' akmaaaa ewaesw wsAsamsmVa 1 Mfal KMM5V MM, MMIJ MM WMjty CMMfMJ MtMp1 Mft ImHm eate, aad tkat wkcw tha BMtber fa ker daye af waMag aad aaticipaUca la day, UHlag aw' to tab Dr. Pierce' ravame rriatiipnaa. I Man three bettlae, aad kf wra I had takes H a wtak I waa batter, aad Mara I kad taken ka ma I waa abla to kalpdamy work. Oa Um artk af If av n eaW I wasealy tick tkrta kaara, aad aad aa ea...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

10 MARSHALL ) UPUNJCAN. Mh7 Deaths baa-ted- Chicago, III., December 14. Joseph OriaaMf, a teamster, fell a victim to the sotdklt moralag, ud It Is believ ed he f rose to death. The victim lived with hit family at 707 West Twenty flrit street, aad wae employed by T. Wllce k Co., box manufacturers, at Tbroop aad Twenty-second etreete. Heiwaa CO yeare old. At the Chicago, Burllagtoa and Qulacy railroad frelghthouse at Sixteenth street, Urammer fouadjeeverat wagons ahead ofjhlm. He wae .compelled to take hie tura, '-and other1 teamsters eaw him Matedl oa his wagoa. Suddenly he disappeared. A search resulted la find lair his dead body on the ground between the borsee. Evidently he had fallen from his seat. An unidentified man dropped dead this morning at Klnxle and Wells street. It Is believed he-died of heart failure, superinduced by the cold. TWO.'DRAD at lkavrnwokth. Leavenworth, Kan., December 14. The temperature wae.8 degrees below xcro at this place Jut before daylight this morning...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II From Infancy To ' lnC Jy3r " Iue:a.tf tar Bablwa.-tt li IIm beat and stoat elective remedy for children. ntT lecauau II It pure and aafe King made entirety of harmless Ingredient, IMT scant It I son Irritating anil never tripe or eaaaee pain ot IrrltMloa. KIT because ll iemireand never (all. KMT htnvm 'OkiUrt lit U mm $ fir H " BKftTbceeneelta tonic irarertiet arc so geod and ao strengthening that It keep the Hi lie one la arte, hearty condtlon. llUadaaaroathlnf toftva Htlle heMea violent eathanlratkat rack and tend their little Iodic. DOM'T TO tT-gtee taentXAX AKOtA. Kor conatlpatlon, coated tongue, elaaple cold, teslleatneaa, Iom ml aleeft tad ferere H U larelaahte. A few drop can te given wHh safety to very yoanf babies, and It vrllt often reHeva colic I y tirejllrg the wind and gat that canal it. It will aid dtgeatlon, relieve rettleia. ess. ssaUt iiatnra and Induce sleep. Oreat relief ala eaperlenced when adailnlttered to yoangcIiUdtenevflerlng from dUrr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

12 MAttSHALL IEPUBL1CAN. M17 let AaessHJhelhj PMMgk Sift-1 Waehlagton, Dm. 14,-It U aald to be delaltely decided that President Rooeeveh trill lot accept the offer of Mr. Andrew Carnegie of 110,600,000 .of boBds of the United States Steel Cor por alios for Um purpoto of foaadlag m Institution for higher education la this city. The views of prominent Senators and Rcpreeeatattves, at they have been gives to the President, are prac tically uaaalntous agalBst the accep tance of the offer la It preeeat shape. The provision attached to the offer that the Government shall hold the boada for a tern of years la consider ed especially objectionable. The Prealdeat, however, la very hopeful that an adjuitawBt oaa be made by which Mr. Carnegie will eon vert the boada which he tendered tato cash or United States boada, and that the gift can then be accepted la that shape. MK. CARNBOIK TO8OLVK IHOBLKM. New York, Dec. 14. Andrew Car negle was asked to-day about the re port that the Government would...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

MAISnALL HfliBLICAN. M IS mmm RNl (St, itotMtS, IMS vrm h West ft Bak tf st O. ALLKN OBO. M. ORBAB ALLEN A ORB AR, MSMMCE, KM. ESTATE, LMIAKITt AN TITLE MCTIACTEM, MARSHALL. MISSOURI WOOD A HUSTON BANK. M AMIfALL MlMOUKI Capital $100,000. Surplus $100,000. Geo- A. Mtirell, President,, J. P. Huston, J. C. Laki, Cashier. Anet. Caahiet mvivo For eale In Marshall by It R, Franklin, uruggist. To ovro SIOK HEADACHE, uiamitL eoNmTi station. Ml aH Hbbbbbb artetew frees In Hs al i. ThevwM BMirify vour leal art enana yauraaaipim la n aa MIR AS A UkV. TMaa are statin tmi rTMTM T I awaY'mmmmmmflmwSmwwBwm lie ht "fsrtle ftfrtH" gla. "Clearly enough, Mm motion of Hon. gpriags eoaveatlea'.l hi la offer," remarked- a -arexalaeal Third Dletrlet eatl-maehlae Democrat to a Joaraal mea yesterday. "It la perfectly ap parent," be eootlneed, "that Itsboald be reckoned m the previous queetloaV aad catHlai to iasmsdlats eoasldera- Hob. The historic assemblage at Per- tU Springe la MM was ealM for the purpos...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

14 MARSHALL IEMJBL1CAM. Tiaaa-i ta aVallad. Waahiagton, December 11. The Senate to day rallied the Hey-Paua-oefote tathmtaa eaaal treat? by the decisive vote of 72 to . The vole u reached a few minutes before 6 o'clock, after 'almost Ive hours discussion behind closed doors. There were bo sensational ineldauts durlnf this eatlre tlaM. The debate was confined exclusively to a dlscas nlon of the merits of the agreement and the policy of Ita provisions. The principal speech of the day was made by Senator Teller, la opposition to the treaty, and he we followed? la rapid aueeessloa by twelve or thlrteea other senators, who spoke brlely either for or affalaet the motion to ratify. There waa an exceptionally full Senate when the time arrived for a vote, but the certainty of ratification had becoBM ao apparent that there wan comparatively little Interest In the proceeding. The votes on the amendments succeeded each other iiulckly. Senator CulberUon offered an amendment to Insert the Davis f...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

MA1SHALL KEPUBL1CAN. 15 00M014TDLATM JD1DEL Dr Oftartaii Jevlallv DitmnM Atari las "lew irspes." Marshall, Mo., Dm. 14, 1M1. Friend Juries: Hera's to you a hearty shake! The vlctoi and vanquished are not enemies, but friend. I mostcordlally congrat ulate you upon succeeding yourself In the comfortable position I had hoped to eeeur. I tubal! noit gracefully and complacently to the Inevitable. We are exhorted "to rejoloe with thoee who rejoice, etc.," and ae much aa lleth la ae I strictly observe this la junction, I confess the feeling of die appointment, Is aot a very comfor table attitude. aBd when the "cyclone struck me, " I was somewhat "daaed," aad have not yet been able to under stand whether from some mysterious Inluence In Washington, or a well de fined case of "political heart failure" at home. In slang parlance, "I couldn't cut the ratiitatd." I bea malice toward an one. turn my back on the past, IIvh In the present and hopefully look forward to the future. Having seised the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 4 16 SLATE. Mm. E. R. Slade Is expecting guests from Mobtrly this week. Mr. N. E. Baker expects her daugh ter from Chicago thU week. Mlia Miriam Mead will spend the holiday visiting relatives Id Lcxlng ton, Mo. Harold Lain, who has been South for the past few month, la home for the holiday. Our High School teacher and Mlaa Mary Lewi, will iend the holiday at their homo. Our college boys and girls, Mearr. Held and Misses Howard and Cald well, will be home for Christina. Mr. Hamlin had rather a bad acci dent last week, having' slipped and fallen ono evening, coming home from work. Uncle Jim Saltonslall ha been iiilto weak, and sick for tho pat two week, at hi home with Mrs. Monte Thotnpon, In Weit Slater. Mr. Cune. of Chicago, la hero for a few day to attend her niece, Ml King, who ha been quite ill for a few week; but who, wo are glad to report, la much Improved. The children around here, think Santa Clou had better not try to come In lit auto, but rather cling t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 December 1901

ll I S mj ' mS "mjPhk VB? .aw - mm . r; KErUbLlOAN VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. DECEMBER 27. 1001. , NO. 47. SYNOHB OP MRMONI iLuAJ uVan unWan Vaananahsnai ansf landB nyLgaal Mifalag, Dmmiir llmL TJlk WORD DWKLLINO AMONG US. John I till "And th Word bevama R"h, Mil d welt among. ui." - Here we have oat of the most prominent subjects of tl.e gospel, ..one of the cardinal, fuudemental doctrines of Cbristisnity, namely, the Incarnation. The coming o( Chtiat in the fieh mark the turning point in the history of the world. Before His advent audent history waa but preparation for Him as the fulfill ment of all type, of all prophecies, of all the nobler aspirations of men. and of the desire of all nations. Since His coming all history lias been, and is, and ahall he but aubservieut to the spree and triumph of Christianity. In the text we have Christ preitented to us: 1. Arthe Word. Two of the evangelists give us the human ancestry of Jesus:. Matthew His legal descent through H...

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. — 27 December 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. He la remembered as (tie man of Borrows, and m the one acquainted with grief. As suffer ing and dying lor us. As he commenced his early ministry amid humbje surroundings, so in this day he begins his reiga in the hearts of the humble. "He saveth sach as be of a coal rite spirit." "A contrite heart, Oh Ood thou wilt not despise." We mast remember that when we would be saved, Christ has his own way, and we are to forsake our plans, lor his, We can not ex pect a deep work of his grace in proud hearts, there aiust be humility. We csn't hotd on to the world with greedy grasp, following in pride after her perishing baubles, and at the same time expect the unfolding of a deep spiritual life. While there was no room at the inn on that fintt Christmas morning, and he began his mission amid the humblest sur roundings, still we are confronted with the glorious achievements of Christ. Nearly five hundred millions of people now bow before Him as Lord. The evangelisation of...

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. — 27 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. iMMMIIUIitilltllMliiftiiltilttilltliittlittttttl ATTEND OUR nftt W Everything In our store will be sold at a Sacri ice. Cotne eaily and get the Beit Bargain. ' We are making price that will clean up everything, to make room for onr New Stock, which will arrive early in January. , C G, COLLINS WML AEERCO. Close CaM. aUaWeiAaM f ,aVaAafeS nHaTNp MCviw' Dennit'Nichols' ton, Will, who ' The following marriage license drives a team for Col vert Bros., have been recorded since Decern- was on hi way home Monday her 21st: night, going up the railroad track. Arthur Adams, Springfield, Mo, When uear some cars, loaded with Grace Ballew, Slater. coal belonging to Colvert Bros., he Wm, J. Powell, Motile McAmis, discovered a negro making off with both of Ayrrs, Mo. Wctk!f Prayer. The pasters (the various chnrch- es of the city decided at a sseetlag held on Tuesday to observe the weea, 01 prayer oy noraing awnings 1 1 w . .nmn1l,tu I. a . . m. . 1 v . w w.. J mm w.aBvaw m. A. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 December 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mr. WMHff SfetitJty. Mr. and.Mra. rricc Wither cbarasiof ly entertalne at dinner ou Wednesday number of their friends at their beautiful country home near Halrvllle, in honor of the 40th birthday of the former. In spite of the me storm ael the extreme cold, there was a moat congenial party of neighbors and friends present. There was com fort combined with elegance in de tails and the hospitable atmosphere everywhere was a most acceptable and agreeable refuge from the cold that seem to transform balmy Sa line into one of the frozen regions of the north. The parlor and li brary were decorated with stnilax, carnations and potted plants. In the dining room the tabic was daintily arranged with masses of carnations, sparkling cut glass and silver. The dinner which was de licious and served in course, in cluded turkey, ham. qusil, vege tables, olives, pickles, salad, gela tine, ices, cake and coffee. Mrs. Withers was assisted by Miss Bet tie Lewis, of Marshall. The g...

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. — 27 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HnfttiaC Ntm Uafcr DiBkwhJaa. We took enr pendl ind writing pad on Saturday afternoon and went forth to write up the distin guished arrival in' town, bttt were sons loat in mas of humanity. There were too many distinguish ed Individuals. Had we taken all their named we would have needed two or three extra edition of the Rkpubmcan. Approaching one merchant for news, with a wave of hit hand he replied. Shoo I jr. don't bother me, For I'm very busy as you sea. Well when he dropped into poet ry. we nhoo'd. Thia nettled it, we gave it up. Our writing pad has only one entry and that read: All the people of Saline county ate distinguished and they were all here on Saturday. Heavy tueineaa. Business with our merchants on Saturday waa too good. They could noc wait on all. that called on them nnd yet they had all the cletka they had room for. Many of the More were ao densely pack ed that il became a blockade, the clerk could not make their way through the crowd. Salea of ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 December 1901

6 MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. UaeU 9m at the Fair. Secretary of the Treasury Gage'e estimate that at least 1900,000 must be expended for lh Government exhibit at the Worlds Fair, aad that titer hould alio be an additional appro prlatloa of $100,000 for the coft of the Government build lag, making the cost a total of t430,000 Indicates that Mr. Gage It reaching a proper con ception of the situation. The f Act that the present Secretary of the Treasury was oae of the Coat ralssloners of the Columbian Exposl tlon of 1M3 adds authority to hit opinion of the Government's duty la the present Instance. Mr. Gage know that the World's Fair of 1MB will be of far greater lm portasce than was that of 1803, aad that, therefore, the Government's par llclpalion should be commensurate with the Increased dignity and extent of the Exposition. The national ex hlblt at the St. Louis World's Fair must be worthy of the Government and of the Fair. The Secretary of the Treasury night well have advocated a total a...

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. — 27 December 1901

MAISrlALL ' ICfD ILK AH.' 7 A ikMA'lk Ilfav fM have aerri "GeWa MHeal V V i I ? , 1 eight per eat havs hwywto'r mi A CRY OF WARNINQ or von. AND Mitery repeeta ttttlf. When the Int dam astral at reservoir well gave way mm! the aula en horseback aped am lha valley with the alann, be was deiag csaetly what weald a dene aader the teate clrcamstancts renera- lien alter gsaaraUea.' .Ma'.majiMnfl Vi tat attest la im una ei use noon a cbaaca bt lift. The an ar weaiaa waa la den peril baa beta plunged la thai ea gulfing wave, ar caught la aa upper caamiwr of a burning liowss; tbeee knew bew all at at etc at aad fat are, aaa be gathered Into that brief eeateace, "A cbauce for life " There la another elm of people, thoee la danger from disease, who understand how much Ilea in those few words. There are wen ami woaien living to-day in healthy, active enjoyment of life who can look back to the time when they were weak and emaciated, coughing un til the blood trickled over their.lips. see lag no ...

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. — 27 December 1901

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Early Day freak ttlpaUg- The stockmen who load their cattle Into modern cam and hare then bowl ed Into market within a few houracaa have little appreciation of thehardehlps which attended the stock business la early Kansas days. The flrst fat stock tent to market from Osage county pent ten days on the road. This was In 1802 and the shipper was Aaroa Kinney, still a resident of Osage. He had ten head of fat steers. He first drove them to Lawrence, where he was offered but li cents a pound, from there be drove them to Leaveuworth and put them aboard a steamboat bound for St. Joseph. Arriving there the boat was put up against the bank and the cattle were forced to jump off It was tlt-:h dark, but Mr. Kinney managed to find a man with a lantern, who piloted his cattle Into the stock yards. From St. Joseph they were shipped by rail to St. Louis and there they brought .11 cents a pound. To day In the Kansas City market cattle of the same kind would fetch 6 rents a p...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 December 1901

RraajBmmjrjjflammramjsfc, m arnifsiTiT a-'urwywyv . yri "T' wt- - jmrnmaj I 9 '9 MARSHALL ICPUBLICAW. p.; W - I' hm wrl , 5 t , ft Portali that lead Wiaa eaebMtetf lead UftPAlDICtATEt- HV.T. KtALDMOM.. - . 'That weire highly; reeolve thtt theeedead ahaifaot havedledjn ivalnj that tli aatl'on ahall, aider Ooa, have aew birth of freedom, and that the rnveraBseet of Mm people, by the peo ple, and. for tee .people, ahall not per ish from the tank." Abraham Lie eota. "froa every gaptag wound of your dead chief, lei the voloa go up froa the people toaee to It that orbouee la ewept end garnished.- I haeteato ay oee thing nor, fellow-cjtleB. For sere vengeance I would'do Both' Ing. Thli aatloa la too great to took for me re revenge. But fortbe security of the future I woald da every tblag." Jamee A. O art eld. "Baecutloa of the public will mast follow the public judgment. Aad ihla la only poaalbk) when the same public la alert and determined that Its judg ment ahall not twavapld formality, ...

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