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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 October 1900

T THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 11, 1000 The Presbyterian S.vnoil meets in this city today ami lasts nil week. Tliere will bo a special term of the Audrain Circuit Court Octo ber 21). Hev. A. C. Mendeuhnll nml fam ily, of Lnddoniii, have moved to the locality of (lalesbtirg, 111. Wm. Spencer and Elliott Hall, of near Hush Hill, have returned from Cripple Creek, Colorado. Uhyan's Philippine policy is to free the islands and then "Stand bv them like an older brother". Miss Kate Callaway, in the vot ing contest, was chosen queen of the street fair, nnd Miss Kuth Kobertson, princess. Miss M. Alice liiggers, after sjicndidg three weeks with her sis ter, Mrs. O. F. Squires, of Kowe nu, returned to her home in Chap in, Morgan Co., III., eve of Oct. 7 Kev. V. P. IJotts, of this city, will begin a revival meeting at Fisher school house next Satur day night. The place is about half way between Mollno and San ta Fe. Mrs. John Craig, colored, who years ago saw slavery in this coun ty, died in Kans...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 October 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 19(H) THE RESTLESS r if AND DISSATISFIED. Put on jour thinking cap now, for here are sonic ideas that should nwnkcn new interest in yon for those who toil. If you are rich and do Hot labor, gather, if you ran, where your satisfaction eonics in. Following thoughts from Ap peal to Reason: There is no just measure of re ward other than human time. Any article is the product of the effort h of u turn inhered thousands. Take ns common and simple an article ns n pin, and chase its for mation thru all the channels that brought it into existence, and you will find every trade and science has been used in its production. The miners who dig and delve the iron out of which the machine ia made, the copper, the zinc, the coal, the chemicals for smelting, the machines and inventions for making the machines, the trans porters, the people who made the food for the people doing these works, and such ns provide the clothing, teaching, printing, the entertainment, the fi...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 October 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1QOO. NUMBER 50 OCTOBER 20. This Will Be Democratic Day In Mexico. 20,000 of the Faithful Should Be in Line. In Mexico on Saturday, October 1.0th, will be tln biggest rally ever held in Audrain county. The speakers for the occasion will lie lion. Joseph Bailey, of Texas, Democratic leader in Congress and recently chosen Senator; Hon. Da vid Ovcrnieyer, of Nebraska; Hon. Chain)) Clark, Congressman in Ninth Missouri district; Senator M. H. K. Biggs, recently nominat ed for State Senator from Kiev district; Hon. J. H. Whiteeotton, Representative from Monroe coun ty; Senator K. W. Major, of Tike county, present State Senator from Eleventh district; lion. S. P. Cook, Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, and other prom inent Democrats from different parts of the State. The Mexico Bryan Club will give a very large and handsome Hag, worth $2.", to any club in Au drain, or adjoining counties, hav ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 October 1900

77F MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 18 1900 Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered lit tho Poxtofllro nt Mexico, Mo., as second-dns matter, i Terms of Nu bsrription : One Year tl.OO. Six Miintlis H) cent. Three Months " cents. Fur President. William .1. Hhvan, of Xi-hrnskn. For Vice President, Am.Al K. Stkvknmos. of Illinois. For (iovernnr, Al.KXANHKH M. MlK KKHV, of Itavies. I.leiiienanl-t iovernor, John A. I.kk, of St. Louis. Secretary of State, Sam It. Cook, of Audrain. State A mil tor. Af.liKirrO. A 1. 1. k.n, of New Madrid. Attorney (leneral. Kdwahd ('. ('now, of Jasper. State Treasurer. liiiitK.ltT I'. Williams, of Howard. Ha 1 1 way Commissioner, .loHK.I'll I'. IIkiiiunoton, of I'ettls. For Congress, HON. ClIAMP CDAUK. For State Senator 11th Distriet, M.K. K. l$I(i(iS. For Representative, RHODES CLAY. For Colleetor, ALBERT HARRISON. For Sheriff, QUINCY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, HOWAKD L. DICK LEY. For Assessor, J. M. S1ITLE. For Treasurer, J. II. SA...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 October 1900

I THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 19(H) Thomas Duty is Buffering with a very lame hand. Talk again of a new passenger train to he put on the C. & A. be tween Mexico and Louisiana. T. II. Jones, of near Benton City, had some stock calves on the St. Louis market last week. They sold at $4.50 per 100 pounds. Farter 0. P. Church will be dedicated next Sunday. The ded icatory sermon will be preached by Rev. J. II. Tharp, of Odessa, Mo. Mr. Edwin Botkin and Miss Emma Thorp were married in this city last Sunday. They will re side on the groom's farm east of Mexico. Henry Mann and family, of Rush Hill, have moved to Mexico. Mr. Mann has a position on the section here with the C. & A. railroad. Jesse Darnell, from near Wells ville, has opened a general store at Laddonia. Mr. Darnell is a good business man and a thoro gentle man. Success to hi in. Mrs. J. L. Horton has been a great sufferer of late with an af flicted hand. It is better now. For a time it was feared that am putation wou...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 October 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1900 A HERMIT, A PROPHET. The following is nn old prophe cy which Win, Peters clipped from the Palmyra (Mo.) Spectator over 20 years ago, and strange to say, some of thcso'propheeies have come true. Mr. Peters has preserved this clipping and prizes it as quite a curiosity. Over forty yars ago an old Ger man hermit published in a Bavari an paper a curious prophecy. In it ho foretold the Austro-Kussian and Franco-Russian wars, the death of Pope Pins and the Turko Russiau debate at arms. He said Germany would have three emper ors in one year before the end of the century, and indicated the death of two United States Presi dents by assassination. All these things have come to pass. In the same article he said when the twentieth century opens great seismic disturbances will occur which will cause the submersion of New York City and the western half of the city of Havana. Cuba is to break in two, while Florida and lower California are to suffer total extinct...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 October 1900

issouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 1900. NUMBER 51 M Mexico A GREAT DAY. Democracy Was Out Masse Saturday. En A Grand Parade Was a FealureThe Issues Discussed. Last Saturday flip Democrats took possession in this town. TIip great rally brought thousantls, and fhey canic from every nook and corner of the county and from adjoining counties. The din ami hurrahs for Dry an at times were deafening. The big parade just after dinner was the first attraction. Mexico Dand led the procession, followed by mounted horsemen. Then came Denton City Dand and the Deagles Club and delegations from Vandalia, Farber, Laddonia, Mt. Carmel, Denton City, Martinsburg, Thompson, Wilson township and a delegation also from Callaway county. Deagles Club outnum bered any of the other delegations and was awarded the elegant silk tlag. Wilson was the next largeft delegation and they also were pre sented with a large Hag. The public, speaking at the Op era Douse and at ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 October 1900

rarr message THURSDAY, OCT. 2." 10OO Published Kvery Thursday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor Kntered ut the I'liKtotllfi' nt Mexico, Mo., nil second-class matter, i Terms of Subscription : One Veur !.. Six Months .Ml cents. Three Month cents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President. Wll.UAM .1. ItllYAN. of Neliniskll. For Vice- President, Am.Al K. Stkvkskon. of Illinois. For (iovernor, Al.KXAMIKK M. DlM'KKUV, of I l V !. Men teimnt-( iovernor, John A. I.kk, of St. Louis. Secretary of Stall", Sam It. I'ooK, of Ainlraln. State A nil I tor, Amikiit . Ai.i.kn, of New Madrid. Attorney (leneral. KnwAitii C. ('now, of Jasper. State Treasurer, KoliKiir I1. Wil l i ams, of Howard. Kali" ay Commissioner. JoNKI-ll 1. IlKltlllNOTON, of I'eltls. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For State Senator 11th District, M. It. K. MOOS. For Representative, RIIODKS CLAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARRISON. For Sheriff, QUINCY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, IIOWAKD L. 15ICKLEY. For Assessor, J. M. SIPPLE. For Trea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 October 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 2:, l!l()0 T. T. Morris has moved from Hour Mexico to Rush Hill. John Sherman, who was charg ed with" the crime of '73," is tlenil. Dr. II. P. Bachmau has pur chased the J. G. Lakenan former residence, north of Hardin College. J. A. Potts' Thornton Star was one of the prize winners at the Kansas City horse show this week. Mrs. Amanda Xeal, out on Youngs Creek, was very painfully hurt by falling thru a window last Saturday. The young man who was shot, at Farber Sunday night ami who walked to Vaudalia is reported in a critical condition. Mr. W. C. Canterbury and Miss Addie Moore, both of near Hush Hill, were married by Father Dil lon in this city Tuesdav. Mrs. Mike Dunn, southeast of Mexico, died of lockjaw Tuesday. She was but 24 years of age and was a most estimable lady. The colored girl, a waitress out at Hardin College, accused of steal ing a l ing, was discharged in Jus tice Cluster's court Monday. James Weaver's residence, north east of Mexico, was bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 October 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 25, 1900 Vote "Yes," Here. Editor MessaoK: Mexico, Mo., Oct. 1.). The Inst (lencral Assembly of Missouri sub mitted seven constitutional amend inent8 to be passed upon by the qual ified voters of the State at the No vember election. And to my mind amendment No. 3 is of more im portance to n majority of our tax payers and voters than all the rest; altho I believe most of the others arc iinjiortaiit nnd should be up held. The intent of this amend ment is to place all parties tm an absolute equality in the matter of taxation in this State, and to pre vent the debtor classes from pay ing taxes only on the property they really own. For instance, if Mr. A would buy a farm of Mr. B for $ S.000 and only pay $1 ,000 on the purchase price, trivintr ft deed of trust to B for $7,000, the balance of the purchase, B will be required to pay of the taxes and A A, instead of all, as the law now is. TI13 same principle to apply to personal property. This will save millions ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 November 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1900. NUMBER 52 The New Florence saloon keep er has quit business. liny Durkhart, of this city, will spend the winter in 1 f ami il ml . Stephens female I t:ijt ist college at ('olumhia lias lieen freed from debt. J. 1). Orear, city attorney of Mexi(o, is making I)enoeratie speeches in St. Louis this week. Mr. II. F. Fields, of Mexico, and Miss Yirgie Adkitis, of Den ton City, were married last week. Luke M. lOinnicrson, of Howling tlreen, a life long IJepiiblicnn, an nounces his intention to vote for Dry an. A saloon at Kirksvillc closed re cently on account of poor patron age. People are (putting their ling. I). S. Arnett and X. K. Kidg way, northwest of Mexico, will lenve in a short time for Washing ton State to reside. Win. Pitts is nursing some very sore toes on his right foot. He had his foot in the way of a howl ing alley b'dl and it fell upon it. W. W. Butts, of Vandalia, one of Audrain's ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 November 1900

4 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 1, 11)00 Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, EiilcriHl at tlio PoHtofllcc itt Mexico, Mo., an Mccond-cluM matter, i Term of ISu burr ipt ion : Ono Year Il.ro. Six Month 50 cents. Three Montlm 25 rents. For President, Wii.f.MN .1. Hhvan, of Nebraska. For Vice- President, Attl.Al K. Stevenson, of Illinois. For (lovernor, Ai.kxandkii M. IKk'KK.KY, of Duvles. Men tenant-! iovcrnor, Ioiin A. Lkk, of St. Ixmls. Si'rn'tary of Slate, Sam II. Cook, of Aiulriiln. State Auditor, Ai.iikiitO. Ai.i.kn, of New Madrid. Attorney ticncral. Kiiwauii ('. Chow, of ,I:isht. State Treasurer. Koiikht P. II.I.IAMM, of Howard. Kallway Commissioner, Jokkcii P. Hkiiiiimiton, of IVttis. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For State Senator 11th District, M.K. K. BKKJS. For Representative, RHODES CLAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARRISON. For SherilT, QUINCY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, IIOWAKD L.-WCKLKY. For Assessor, J. M. SIPl'LK. For Treasurer, .1. II. SALLE Fj...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 November 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV 1, l'J(K) Horn, to Amos Jenkins and wifo, a son. County Momlny. Court convenes next Horn, to the wife of F. sc, n daughter. R. Jes- Mrs. Win. Harnett, of Mexico, lias been quite sick. Mrs. (. W. Adams is visit ing Howling (irecn relatives. Miss Hertlia Edmonston is visit ing relatives at Armstrong. lion. J. A. I'otts is attending the horse show in St. Louis. Corn is selling at $..0 a barrel out in Rowena neighborhood. Circuit Court met Monday, held a day and night session and ad journed. Miss Mary Robbins, of near Mexico, is visiting relatives near Laddonia. ' Moss Hose, (he famous Ken tucky marc, is dead. She sold re cently for ."..OOO. The Vandalia coal miners been out since September Looking for prosperity! have 1st. The City Council wants the side walks repaired. About thirty walks have been condemned. Dick Dalton, the great political acrobat, made a speech before Mex ico Republicans Monday night. Mr. W. L. Wiseman, of Mohcr ly, and Miss Annie Chamberla...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 November 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV 1, 1900 pa's Hard time r T IN HIGH SOCIETY. - - (leorgie writea I lie following in the Chicago Times-Herald: When maw was putting some which hazel on paw's rewinuttizm np behind Ilia neck nite before Inst he Bed : "Every little while it makes me Glnd I don't belong to high socie ty. That's the saddest Thing n bout having lots of mutiny. The newspapers won't let you nlone. Look nt this poor young Alfred Vanderbilt. There's a boy I ean't help feeling for every two or three days when I see his picture in the papers with Elsie French in the next column. "Just think how much more happiness they are in life For the yung man that clerks in a Grocery store or drives a coal wagon and can go to see the rirl he loves sev en nites a week and stay till his arm gets asleep or it's nearly time for her paw to get up and go to relieve the nite man at the car barns. "But here is this Poor boy with seventy million dollars, that can't even meet the girl he loves down behind th...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 November 1900

s - - "..". . V'-""' ' '."ii '.-. V - -; .' . .. , . " . 'S ; .-:"'' ' .. . ' "V Mexico Missouri Message Y ; . .... I V . i a" VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1900. NUMBER i; : " f , V . . -4' ' - " . '. ' S- . . . f. k ', -' ; v a. , ., ". . ... r-, ; .,,, ' : rt ' ' . i i '. . . ' i- ' , " ; i ' -. 4 - ....' ' -i . r .. , ' Paul Weber, of this city, took out naturalization papers last week. ;" .' J. N. Sisk has traded liin furru 't near Laddonia for residence prop erty in Vandal in. Tjic Universalis art; planning to organize h church either nt Lad doitia or Vandalia. C. Harrison, of Thompson, is going to take a trip thru Texas to loam what he thinks of the State, The Missouri State Dairy As sociation convention will he held in Kansas City December 20, 21 and 22. Dr. Pinekney French, formerly of Mexico, seriously crippled him self last week in attempting to board a street car in St. Louis. (Jen. John H. Gordon, the great Southern orator, will lecture ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 November 1900

OFFICIAL VOTE OF MJDRftIN COUNTY-ELECTION NOV. 6, 1900 MEXICO. NATIONAL, STATE AND COUNTY CANDIDATES. 3 - rar MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 8, WOO Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor nnd Proprietor, Terms of Subscript ion : Ono Year 1. Six Mont lm fill cents. Three Months 2.- cent. Entered ut tlm Postnfllco ut Mexico, Mh., us swuml-clux mutter. Volume Two. TliK Messauk has been pub lished in Mexico twelve months nnd this week begins Volume II. If nt nt any time you have doubted our staying qualities, we wish to re assure you that the paper is a fix ture ns far ns we are able to fore cast tho future. We have had but few doubts from the beginning "Our doubts lire traitors -And make ns lose tlie good we oft inllit w 111 Ily fenrlllK to attempt." Of eourse we are doing no "bid things." ')o little IIiIiiks now. so shall I. in things rome to thee, l.y and liy, askhiK to lie done." But we are working hard to make the Mkssaoe the best news paper in the county, ns many of our friends alread...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 November 1900

r r THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV 8, 1900 Thursday, the 29th, is Tlitinks giving Day. Born, to the wife of Chniles Wilkerson, n daughter. Ode Flood, of this county, lins sued his wife for divorce. Audrain's Democratic! plurality four years ago was 2, 2.")!). Quite an acreage of wheat has been sown in the neighborhood south of Vnndalia this year. Tom Hass, of this city, bought a fine Mont Hose colt and a team of carriage horses in Kansas City last week. llisey & Lee, of this city, and Kalh Orthweiu, of St. Louis, lire now the joint owners of the famous stallion, Hex McDonald. Heniembcr that the Mkssauk of fice is over Kicketts & Knininns' store, head of the stairway, south west corner of the square. Call and see us. Hon. Chas. K. Stokes, I'rohilii tion candidate for (iovernor, made a brave canvass, but is back again at Mexico to continue his work as editor of the State Leader. The city marshal of Duller, Mo., dropped dead on the street last Sunday of apoplexy. He had just taken a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 November 1900

THE MESSAGE Te rm of Nu htcription : Onn Year Six Month W rent. Tlirrr Montlm '!" cents. THTKSDAY. NOV S, 1900 hi4.4444.B a . s AFTER TEN YEARS S By Mrs. Moses P. Hno (Copyrighted. 190Q. Dally Htory Pub. To.) Never, during the three years for which she had been In that lady's service, had Miss Lorimer's maid found her mistress so hard to please as this night Her hair had to be dressed and re-dressod, her choice of a gown was difficult and the last touches were put to her toilet after the carriage had reached the door. Yet the occasion was only a little dinner at the house of an Intimate friend. Miss Ixirlmcr had her own reasons for such u nu.su a I care of her appear ance. A belle and a beauty, acknowl edged leader in society, people won dered that, at 35 years of age, she was unmarried. Man after man for whom other women angled anxiously had laid his heart and fortune at her feet, but Miss Lorlntrr was Miss Lorl mer still. Of lute there hnd come a suitor whom Bhe was reluctant to r...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 November 1900

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1900. NUMBER 2 "Six. killed" was Kentucky's ileal li roll on eleelinn dav. Now Hint I lit; flection is over, Vandalia is talking tlie new rail road again. The Legislature this winter will ho railed iion to redistrict the State. The new census brings the occasion for this. Audrain Republicans will not ratify. The national victory was pleasing enough to them and they will let it go at that. The Probitionists east but seven votes in this county four years a go, this year their vote was Gl. That's a good increase. Mark llanna is already being talked of as the probable nominee of the Republicans for President in 1904. Where's Teddvf The Mexico Intelligencer is now "all fixed", at its new stand in the West building opposite the post office. The Intelligencer has neat quarters now indeed. "Coin" Harvey will make his residence in Arkansas hereafter. He thinks hard times are ahead for the thickly populate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 November 1900

rar MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. t John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Terms of 8h bucripl ion : One Year l."0. Hlx Montliit H) cents. Three Months 2.-. cents. Entered at the Piistnfllcc ut Mexico, Mo., as second -cliisa mutter. THURSDAY. NOV. 15, 1900 Democracy's Future. The Messaor is not east down or discouraged because. Democracy met defeat in the. recent election. It iH not the first time the party has met such a fate to rise again, keen and earnest for another fray. But gold standard Democrats are bobbing up and would havo the voters believe that the party is gone, forever, without a reorganiz ation, and tho amusing part of it is they want to take tho lead in the mutter of reorganization them selves. . Not much. If there is any re organization and we do not see any call for it it will be by those already in tho organization, the regular constituted authority, and not by the party's enemies, those who voted against the party four years ngo and those who did what the could fo...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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