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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 8mm KM if Precedent Chicago Inter Ocrsn. In this season of the mistletoe It le well for the average man to bear la mind the legal precedents that may be a guide for hie feet and aleo his lips. In a recent Green Hag, Samuel 8co vilte, Jr., eets forth this country's earliest known case of judicial cogni sance of kissing. There is not, as generally believed, any reference to ossulatlon In Roger Ludlow's code of 1H50, better known as the "Connocll cut Blue Laws." But the case of the People vs. Murllne, heard by the gov ernor of New Haven colony In council on May day, loflO, Indicates the latl tude toward unlicensed kissing In those times. The governor, having flrst examined Jacob Murllne and Sarah Tuttle pri vately, brought them Into court upon the following statement of facts: On the day on which John Potter was married, Sarah Tuttle went to Mistress Murllne's house for some thread. Whereupon her son, Jacob Murllne. camo in and took up Sarah's gloves. Shu. desire...

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. — 10 January 1902

MARSHALL If PUBLICAN. Monsters tod Microbes. Haw Um Microbe WnM Appear If MagiM la ta Car rMfM4 With III Pawer. The world ass always believed hi monsters greet dragoaa of the lead, ad huge serpents of the see. At nil ttitM monsters have been fairly peaceable, and beyond frightening peo ple occasionally, they have done little recorded harm. The real calamitiea of humanity have come free the. smallest forma of life. The minute microbe haa lain Ita million! upon mlllleae. If thia nicroacopic form of life were depicted in elzeand form equal to ita danger and deadllneas we ahould tee a tnontter which would dwarf Into insignificance all the monsters ever begotten by hu man imagination. The microbe haa thia in common with the fabled monster, ita food ia human flesh and ita drink human blood. It battens on slaughter. For centuries medical science fought this microblc foe ia darkness. The presence of the foe was recognised, ita deadlines conceded. But it was ever an invisible foe, unknown an...

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. — 10 January 1902

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN MIIF. E. B. 8hannoa tu here Friday. J. L. Marshall, of Koplng, u here this week. R. L. Burruit, of Norton,' was here Saturday. W. II. Sprig, of Napton, was a vis Itor Saturday. Lester Deal, ofFalrvllle, visited our city Saturday. ' J. A. Cravens, of Armstrong, was In town this week. J. O. Harvey, of the county, was In this city Saturday. J. H. Gaines, from the country, was In town Saturday. Abner Gore has returned to his school at Columbia. It. S. Thompson, of Shackelford, was In this city Saturday. A. Arnold, a prominent Napton lie, was In the city Saturday. J. V. Jones, of Malta BcnJ, was a visitor In the city Monday. Calvin Snoddy, of Malta Uend, vis ited the county seat Saturday. A. M. O'Donnell, of the county, was a visitor in tho city Saturday. A. J. l'owoll, ono of Nelson's good citizens was In town Saturday. J. P. and W. A. Davis, of near Falrville, were In town Saturday. L. II. Scott, of Hardeman, was look ing after business here Saturday. Jo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

MAtSHALk ICPUBLICAN. 9 WBEC AT TIE MATIOJAL CAPITAL. Pelltle.1 Activity OItm Way to lalidaj syety The Okie Osntest IUi miaa dud LtftaUtieav Washington, Jm. 3. The holiday season has brought a decided lull Id the activities and agitations of na tional politics. The week Just ending has been gives over to rest aad pleas tire, New Year's Day breaking the monotony with an offtclal celebration of unusual sparkle and brilliancy Seldom have fairer skies favored the half outdoor, half Indoor show with a a a a . .V wnicn Washington begins the sew year, aad Wednesday's spectacle was a notable one In the Matoftfjaf Ukk omciai functions. Toe presence or a sew alstress and a new soelal regime la the White House was, further em phaalted by the eotenalnanent for young people given on Friday sight the Irat ball to whose gayety the walls of the executive Mansion have echoed to In almost a generation. The detail of Sruator William J. Hf well, of New Jersey, leaves another consplci i trap In the ranks...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

.10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. It It Will bMfkfcfflMI. (BBOODDDBBBBBDOBOBnBBDDDnDBDnBOBBD 9 WVF WTWV" W WF WVlF w WSPF WW WVP WP WF WVlP WTr WVWV wVr lp WVF WWV WVWV Amrrtcan Economist. At we turn over the new leaf It U well to f 1mm back at our successes ud failures, that we nay the better i tear our future course from the expo rltocee of the past. Wheo we And our ahlp of state In deep waters, with fav oring winds, It Is best to hold our rud der Arm, turning neither to tbe right nor left. To let alone lalstex falre and to let welt enough alone, are two very different propositions. The former as an economic policy finds few support ers to-dajr, while It would seem as If the latter should be Indorsed by every friend of progress. Well enough does not mean enough, by any means. It does not mean a standing still. It means a condition of best possible at tainment for the time being, which should not be changed unless there Is a certainty of silll better conditions making possible better accomp...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

NA1SHALL lEttJlLiCAM. II - FAIflVILLE Wa.:Mt;irwii li Marshall Men -",. r : - W. R. Long and wife were la Mer halt Moaday. - Dr. W. R Uti Bad Jin Carter mad the use old trip Sunday. Charlie Hume apeat eeveral dajra la tale Mlghborbedd last weak. . Phy Youag, of Marshall, spent lait week la tale self hborhood. Jeeee TalboU aad wle apeat j Friday- aaa Saturday wita Jack Taibou. ; Ernest Dyer aad sister. Nellie. iDent Saturday with lira. AaWlrvkW J Mln Lou lee 8c he pert returned home after a weeke visit at Mt. Leonerd. Mln Betty Lewie opeaed aohooi here Moadapt fear-two.weeke vaeattea. Mr. P. A. Skeltoa aad Emma 8cbeprs were la Marshall Monday. George tiawklst' left Thursday to spend the winter at Sulphur . Springs. Joha Skeltoa missed hie usual call Sunday. What It the troekiaf John? Dock and Con Horrigau visited In thli community Friday and Saturday. Mitiee Caddy and Rettle Oreena baum are visiting their liter, Mri. It. O. Smith, this week. Arthur Guthrey passed through here Monday ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

12 MARSHALL lEPUBLICAN. 'LATER. Hal Stedlag aad A. B. LtM are re ported III this week. Bora to Rev. aad Mn. O. 8. Rus Mil, Monday, Ju. Sth, a daughter. John Waal sad sister, of OlUffOir, were guests of Mr. tad Mrs. George Nauerth last WMk. Mill Georgia RhoadM returaed Moaday from a vltlt to frledds la Blackburn aad Marshall. Mra. L. R. Hart aad daughter, Vara, returaed Monday froai a visit to relatives la Detroit, Mich. MUi Little Doyle's music eUss gave a very pleaslag muelcale last weak for the benefit of the Christina Eadeavor of the Christian church. Mr. and Mra. Wella and sister, Mln Little Tailor, cam fro at 8L Louli Friday morning, to be with their mother, Mra. Tailor, who haa been quite III for Mveral dayi. The Shake peare club met with Mr. D. W. field, after a two wmIc'i ad- jouraawBt. They flnlibed "Oorlo lanue"and will next read"KlngJohn.M The meeting li with Miss Rena Held next week. K. C. Phillips, of the Slater High School, hai received an appolatmeat ai teacher to the...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

if ' F i . r it MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. JANUARY 17. 1902. NO. 80. VAVTBMRVINB. One of the very prettiest weddings of the teason was that of MIm Clara Irvine and Mr. Arthur Vawter, which took place at the beau t.ful country homeoi the bride's parent), Mr. and Mrs. Robert Irvine, sear Pairville. The spacious house, which is large and well adapted for entertaining, was beautifully dec orated with quantities of holly, mistletoe and cut flower. The reception hull was a bower of beauty with the walls and arched grills outlining the stairway bidden by festooning oi evergreens. In the parlor, where the ceremony took place, ropes of evergreen were festotined from the ceiling and the profusion of green wan re lieved by mssses of holly and vanes of cut flowers. The guests were received in the hall by Miss Claudie Tucker, assisted by Miss Anue Shaw, ol Columbia, a cousin of the biide; Miss Mildred Parrish. aided by Miss Floy Tucker, met the guests iu the u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. s m m 9 ROSE & BOCKNERSSALE Bankrupt Prkes. j Of NcBride mm m at m. This sale begins Saturday morning, January 18th. at 8:30 o'clock. We have ft J bought this stock at a price which enables us to sell it at from one-third to one-half J: less than McBride s regular prices. It is an opportunity that would otherwise be ft clear out of the question and we desire to impress upon all, the necessity of coming g if as early as possible as many of the styles are limited. At McBride Brothers' Old ft j Stand, South Side of the Square. die Early il yiu Wilt BiTfiMS. WW oooot All 118.00 Ovurooattn and Suitn All $1(1.50 Overcoat and Suits. . . All $15.00 Overcoat and Suit. . . All $12.50 Overcoat and Suit . . All 910.00 Overcoat and SuUh. . . All 98.50 OvurcontH and Suits. . . . All $7.50 Overcoat and Suits. . . . 0O0OOO0OOOOOO4OO4OC w.oo 10.50 8.50 7.00 .00 5.00 4.50i (Me Early il ym Wt Bityiis. m m r, Hats, Shirts, in f 4 Everything does, iraa That Is in This Stock at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 M'GLURE'S, Are Yn litcrestd j Yni felliws? Art you roncrnel In the affair of llfof Dn you cur anything about th nrt mn who have brought about th condition In which you live, and thi who an- true to llfet tto you care for beauty In any form? Then them U noencapeforyout you mud join the array who read MoOLnaa'a regularly. mMm MgmmMtf lava (kw by Boom TAawtanToW, author ot '-Thk new amassm UTS 'MB. Taavuiii nti H-BiAiA,"an4a,Me-i' tiCH Hauoa.hb," a tale ef Jova lb warte4 but i-lumafcant, of nUmtmrn and beautiful women. It dealt with life In Indiana at the time of the Meil can War. Tmm Cktrw at Ma TtMMlMi atf "7 ! M.TAMBia. author of "IJfeof lit! am OR mMI Napoleon." "Life of Um-oln." etc. A dramatic human ttory of the tint and Mill the greatest of all truMt not an economic I real lee, but an Netting hUtory. Of.ARa MnRRIMH HTAQK RKG- ORRATKKT OF TIIR OI.D MAS TKHrt. lie John !v Karat). Intereat lug and hflpritljiaBera Hlchelan gelii. Itiiptiiml, Rmbrandt. etc., th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WoHtt Fair. An enthusiastic meeting of the citizens of Marshall township was held in the circuit court room on Friday, Jan. 10, at one o'clock in the interest of Saline county's ex hibit at the World's Pair in St. Louis, in 1903. Judge Samuel Davis was made chairman, and Martin Lyons, secretay of the meet iog. Senator E. D. Martin in a very enttmsisstic manner, explained the objects of the meeting. A motion was made and carried that a committee of three be ap pointed to name a list of delegates to a meeting of all the townships, in this place, on Monday, Jan. 13. Senator Martin, A. L. Jurden and Judge J. W. Sparks, were the com mittee. They returned this list, which was accepted: Abiel Leon ard, J. W. Sparks, J. S. M. Huff, Frank Rigney, Samuel Davis, A. F. Rector, Wm. B. Napton, R. W. Nichols, L. A. Brown, K. D. Mar tin, W. N. Wilson, A. L. Jurden, John Buck, J. C Patterson, Joseph Hamil, O. P. Sturm, C. D. New ton, L. D. Hicks, R. C. Wiaslow, W. S. Newell, J...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

MARSHALL IEPUBLICAN. 6 WFW" WW-I w-l" w wWw" HW-1SWWI 1SWW lW-IV w-PW WW WWIW WWP WW WW wWWr wWaFWIFWW"FWWI,F A IIAilAII a A VI All ll auihiun, Auunun : II 8 8 Hard Times and Scarcity of Money is the 5 cause of my . being Rocked, and in order Two tins' AiKtien Every Day, BEGINNING X 1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, s LISTEN for- trie BELL, g i I Have the Best and largest Assortment of Dry 8 i furnishing Goods and Notions jj To offer the trade I have ever had on hand before. Now j you have a chance to make your money buy cheaper than g you ever did before, Ladies are. .invited to attend these 8 5 Auction Sales. Enter at the East Door, as we have reserved doods, Clothing Shoes, Hats, Cloves 8 8 8 n 9 Northeast Corner of the Qquare, Marshall, Missouri g the Dry Goods side for the Ladies. Yours for Business, M, K. FARMER, List of Speaker at Work. The following gentlemen were out of town, Saturday, in the in terest of the World' Fair: K. D. Martin. Slater; R. P. Spencer and M. P. Lyons, Nelson; Ah...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. C. J. Irvine, of Falrvllle, was In the city Saturday. J. W. Blair of Suit Springs, was In town Saturday. .1. H. Hunter went to Kansas this week on legal business. II. O. Duncan, of near.Oilllan, was a visitor in Marshall this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. B.Tutsey, of Wan amaker, were shopping here Friday. J. F. Duvall, of Richmond, Is visit Ing his daughter, Mrs. A. L. Jurden. J. A. Johnson, of Orearvllle, was attending to business here Saturday. Boots and Shoes repaired at Rose & Buckner's. (49-2t Joseph Pitman and wife, of Sharon, visited the family of L. C. Garnet this week. Miss Mae Rogers, of Sharon, was the guest of J. E. McAmls and family last week. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Black burn, of Dlooser, January 3d, 1002, a daughter. It Is reported that much stock Is dy ing In Cass county from eating shred, ed cornstalks. Ed C. Hoffman, foreman of the Democrat-New, sent last Sunday with friends In Odessa. Mrs. J. H.Holllday. of Carrollton, Is t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

MAISHALL ICPUBLICAn:1 7 CHILDISHX01F0RT. "JTtrtr Mirni, Miiini, laVy LtVM Ih." Hat the childish voice It almost un heeded. The wife ami mother ha come to a place where love cannot comfort her, where even the voice and wonli of love are to bleat with her own misery inai tney seem io inrreaae it. mi 'Favorite Prescription ' and mm of Geldea Medical Discovery I waa like a new woman. Could eat and aleep and do all my own work. 1 would entreat of any lady suffering from female weak net to give Dr. Pierce' Favorite Pie acriptlon a fair trial, for I know the ben efit the will receive." Mr. Mattie Venghau. of Tioga, Has cock County, III., writes: "I had been tick for seven years, not in bed but just dragging myself around. At last I took three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription and five of Golden Med ical Discovery and was well. It is ins totMU lo detrrib im wni the nvrf Imagine a magnificent orchestra play- these medicines did .me. No praise is Ing ia a factory amid the ring of ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Jobs Kubaak, of Slater, was here Monday. Ml Little Irvine spent Sunday In the country. Mm. Ed Hawklm, of Fair v 111, wan In town Saturday. Dr. Wlngfleld. of Shackelford, wai in town Saturday. George Deer, of Little Rock, wai on our street! Monday. J. W. Weir, of Miami, transacted business here Monday. William Ltllard, of Grand Pan, was In this city Monday. Hlchard Allen and wife, of south of town, were here Saturday. J. W. Miller, of Malta Itend, was here this week on business. Miss Annallarland, of Ulosser, was shopping In town this week. Harvey Booth, of Centralta, Is vis iting his mother In this city. Krnest Bradford, of Napton, was a visitor In our city Saturday. K. T. Orear was visiting relatives anil friends In this city Monday. John H. Stetwm fe Co.'h HntH at Horn fe Buckner'n. L. Hall, of Falrvllle, was shaking hands with our merchants Saturday. K. G. McMahan, of Napton, trans acted business In Marshall this week. Kugene McKowan, of Tel...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

MARSHALL MPUBLIGAN. 9 GOOD NEWS FOR THE SICK ! Return of th Old Reliable Specialist. The representatives of the Chicago Medical ml Optical Company, which ha been estebllibed in Chicago over su year, who are making monthly vlaltitoMarshnll.can be consulted at Hotel Ming, Monday Jan, 20, one day only Tbctc arc the Diasaaee Moat Successfully Treat by their Method KYK Weak, watery and granulated lid, wild hairs, catarac or film over tlmeye. cro eyes, hllndne and nil disease ( the eye or lldi an cured without knife. Hpec tacle made to order, KAR Iteafne. almtlng. roaring nole. thickened ilrumajtlidfoill duelling dlii'hnr- gen. riiivt' cure guaranteed ineveryraae. DATAMINI of nil form quickly cured to tny cured by our new ineibud. (HIITKK and cancer cured at home without operation, dnnjter or pain. KUKKMA In nil forum. KervnuadU ene. rlieutuntliin.dleHe of toinach. Inlettne and kidney dlwaiea of Ionic Iniulliiif. KKMAliK IUHKAMKM. Iruchorea dyaiiiuenuen ami all vlironlo dleae ulijeet to w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

10 MARSHALL REFUBLICAM. flaii Talk Utke Bug. Palmyra Herald (Dent.). Secretary of Stat Cook has testl fled under oath that the Democratic State Committee bad reoelved eoatri butlona In money f torn repreteatativM ot two railroad, the St. Louie etreet railway companies and the brewers. He acknowledged that the committee knew this was something to be ashamed of when he told that the 12,000 contrl button of Phelps was credited to him elf, so that Phelps' nam should not appear In the transaction. Now that these facia have come to light the Democratic party cannot afford to stand for them, (t Is no justification to say that these corporations also contributed regularly to the Repub lluan committee. Two wrongs never yet made a right. It Is no justification to say that this thing has been going on for years. That Is true, but toe rank and file of the party did not know It. Messrs. Cook and Selbert are no more culpa ble than were Lesueur. Dr. Shields and others, who occupied official posi t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

MAISHALL ICPUBLICAII. II WIlL BE HERE TWO DAYS Wetesfcy m Ttosfcy, J NryttiaMQi. AT HOTEL MING, MARSHALL, MO. Th RtprtttnUtivM f th fLEaW MfDKAl INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK Wl ttke TWr tot VhRHftraty. This Bring an Adveitising Trip to Introduce a New System, They Will Give All Who Call on Thctte D.tte Consultation, Examination, Advice and Mtdicine Necessary to Effect a Com plete Cure FREE OF CHARGE It will be exported of all patients taking advantage of IhU offer lo slate lu ihelr friends ike result obtained by tali new sys tem of nvalnient. They treat nil hlmta of jnronic Diseases ana neiornimes. It ! nvr aWtlnlu that at-oiiimuiiltv altuat. el I li ulit In which we II vi linn I lit iirl vl-li-KMorrtiiaiilllilKui'li renowned apivliillala wimi an in t-iiiieiam aiieiiuanre 111 wait ti poll you, dlnxiHHM your ease and give you In benefit ol their niedlral knowledge. There no experimenting or gueaa won. You will he told whether you run lie rured or not. If your raw It curable they will treat ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 January 1902

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IftlEF. Chas. Lowrey and wife, of near Sla ter, were shopping la Marshall Mon day. A.J. Trim who hat been quite tick, I recovering and will soon be out again. Thoi. Smith, of near Mt. Leonard, wat transacting business In Marshall on Tuesday. Miss May me Allenburg, of thls'clty, Is visiting Miss Nellie Kennedy, of Shackelford. Mr. Gross, of the Arm of Loomlt k Oross, hat returned from a visit to Sweet Springs. .1. !!. Schleuter made a business trip to Miami on Tuesday, returning In the evening. Joseph Henderson, of Glasgow, Mo., visited his sister, Mrs. May II. Orcar, this week. .Mrs. II. I. Latimer has gone to Keytesvlllo to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ilondurant Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin, of Pre donlu, Kansas, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hamuol Hess. Hon. Malt Hall, of near Napton, at tended the World's Fair convention In Marshall on Monday. A. Mayers, a prominent business man.of Miami,! visiting his brother, N. Mo K. Meyers, of Marshbll. Mr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 January 1902

MARSHALL-'REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALlNE"c6DNTV, MISSOURI. JANUARY 24. 1902. NO. II. t WASHINGTON LETTER. (Prom Our fUguUr Oormpomlenl.) Washington, D. C, Jan. ac, 190a. The Majority of the senate finance committee to day reported the amended Philippine tarif bill. The committee divfded on political lines and the Democrats submitted a minority re port and a substitute bill. It was expected from the first that the senate bill would give Philippine products some tariff concessions. It "splits the difference" between the hout bill, which made Philippine products pay the same duty as those from foreign countries, . and the recommendation of the Philippine commission that they be given a reduction of 50 per cent, and makes a straight reduction . of 35 per cent, on all goods from the Philip pines, with an additional reduction eqii'l to the Philippine export tax upon sugar, tobacco, indigo and hemp. The Democrats advocate free trade with the Philippines, and will aeek to drag everyth...

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