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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 February 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FEI5. U. 1!K)1 City Democratic day, March I. primary Mon- The smallpox patients in this town are nil (jetting well. William Trelonr, Jr., is home from n two years' stay in Monta na. Kenton City fanners are ship ping a gient deal of hay this win ter. The Legislature has passed the hill providing the death penalty for kidnapping. Mrs. Karliara Coil nnd family, from near Hutchison, Kalis conn ty, have moved to Mexieo. T. J. Douglass, of Cnrnet, Mo., was in this city last week to plnee his daughter in Hardin College. Philip Rebinmi, one of the City Coiineil, has lieen eonfined to his room with tht! grip for a week or more. Niekles, of the "Klaek Flag," and Joe ISarth will help put "C. Wilson'' where he belongs if he is ever enught. Our Martiiislmrg eorrespondent tells of two deaths in that commit nity last week, that of Orville Sig ler and Mrs. Win. Cornet t. The Louisiana eity mills were destroyed by fire last week. The mills cost .f .(,."( HI two years ago, when,...

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. — 14 February 1901

THE ,:!;iaii In The Ua'-riicli Building. tiu'!;may. i i ! . r.M; 7Vru uf Su '-.vti it inn : Oie Ymr f! .W'lllll." !!. T!ic Cow Pea. Mr. Ill 1 i I t-: At smii- ti---S I XX ill gix f S olll' I'l lllli I S siillie epi-- rieticcs and olisi-rx nl ions mi lli'' gl'oxving el xxhnt is know ii ;i eoxv pCHS. I 1 1 i t V I ' lll't loi'hl ll lll ill' reason lliry arc called "coxv pea.-: " nil kimls uf stuck in-" us fond hi thrill IIS ill'i' rows. I -have grown thrill (ill II small scale, lis all ex periment, lor the hist three sears. Whs induced In try ihcin hy what I heard cliu Ts sa almut thrln i.i Farmers' Iusliliitrs mill hurl ieull - lllill meetings. My lir.-t r"li dire was ill ilalil ing thriu lictuieii suiiir Irish potato ruxxs, j 1 1 1 i- I had sliril cultivation ul' I ii po tatoes. Planted tin- p'-a seed ralh-t-r lair (as I lvineinl ht, almiil I hr miihllr, i - a lillli' later, ot luii' ) Mini I hey hai'illy hail I inir In i i i . hcl'orc frost, allhulhry xxoiihl luxe lirrii all right ...

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. — 21 February 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. r NUMBER 15 VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1901. f (onvcntiou got Miss Ella Stowers is Attending school lit Kirksville Normal. James II. Sims and family, of this enmity, moved to Oklahoma last week. R. S. MeKinney, A. D. Bledsoe, and J. 1. Harper each hand us a dollar for the. Mkssaiik. Charles Scott and Mis9 Carrie Slavens, both of this coun ty, were licensed to wed last week. J. E. Caldwell, of near Benton City, captured a ground hog last week. Has had it on exhibition in this city. The ladies of the Mexico M. E. Church, South, will give a "Colo nial Tea" at the church the even ing of Feb. "2. Mr. William Fields and Miss Lulu Menefee, both of Mt. Carmel neighborhood, this county, were married in this city one day last week. The 124 acres of land in section :i.'l-T)2-7, advertised in the Mrcs SAfiK, Christopher (iartman trus tee, was bid in by M. E. Vermil lion, of near Middlctown, for $2,500. The Supreme Court has aftirmed ...

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. — 21 February 1901

THE MlESSlCEi""1 u,,r a" "' ,,"'m i,Mii"s- Inl lisli'l Kvcry Thursday, John HchI, Kditor and Proprietor, Kntered lit tin- Postolllcc lit M.vici M(i., as second-class maiter. Tlll'HSDAY. FKM.Jl, l'Mil Stirred 'Em Up. Hi:i(K is tin- "hot stuff'' from the Louisiana Press, our of the most inlliit'iitial 1 t'in i ;i I i- news papers in this section of the State. If you think tin- Mkssahi-: was itloiie in its position demanding n repeal of the law requiring the printing of the ballots in two ncws papers in i nch county reail what t lie I'ress says of this matter: "There is weeping and wailing nml mulshing of teeth unions the faithful. " li'cprrscntat ivc lave Wallace of Kails County has inlroiliireil a hill doing away with publishing oflieial ballots in the newspapers and every little L'x I pntctit-guttcil monstro.sity of journalism that couldn't stilisist six months unless the pauper lips were glued to an ollieial teat of some kind, is up on its hind legs and howling like a hrimllc pup w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 February 1901

THE MESSAGE TIIUKSDAY. FKli. -M. Hrynn's paper and the Mkssai;i:. only . 1.7." a year for tin two. tf John McKinley, of this city, is in Texas. He expects to locate in that State. T. J. (tilison expects to embark again in the poultry business in this city. Leon llarlliert, formerly of this city, died at Urooklicld last Friday of smallpox. J. II. Canada, of this county, marketed 4) head of sheep re cently that sold at iK.H. Our Santa Fe correspondent says the Wabash U. It. Co. has bought the Perry Short line. Loniiie Ware, of Mean Creek, this county, left a few days npi on a trip into the Indian Territory. Prof. A. K. Yancey, of this city, at the head of the Missouri Mili tary Academy, continues very ill. In the Circuit Court: Thomas Ward vs. If. M. liounie. Verdict for one cent damages and monthly rents. The case of City of Yandalia vs. J. S. Atkins has been continued ' nd have his telegram sent hut. till the June term of the Circuit ' no, iarner did not want that ur Coui t. I rangc...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 February 1901

THE MESSAGE TIU'HSDAY. l'Kli. '.'1. I'.iol InTheKabrich Building. ''( Hid of Siitiyi rii'timi : One Vi ar l.ii. Six Months ri rents. PA HAS A r T BIRTHDAY PARTY. "Out if thesuildest things aliout tin- llcwmnu incc," paw told us one lav after maw was Out niuk iiiH Calls, "is that peeile ain't the same when they arc ciiinpny a roiind. Whenever fiiti, luiddv conies to the. house I Hot us you talk si 'ft and low and pucker up your mouth like if the words tast ed (food and you kind of Hated to let them out. That's one of the strongest Sines that people dis sended From munkeys, liccoz it's the old nuatnul Instinct. When you put a strnnjfe horse in the field the tit her ones there, that were sloueliy hefore, hold Up their heds niid step lii fl t and put on .lust like a woman when Xaliers eoti'ie in, and it's tlit siiu.c wav with dawn's. "Whenever a stray l)awf comes lllol.o; our pllpp tries to seem adoiit three times as l'.iff as he is, liccoz he thinks he hast to show his Cuin pny manners...

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. — 28 February 1901

Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1901. NUMBER 17 Mexico W. L (.'oil, of Laddonia, will shortly locate in t'olorado. icm-jrc ('. llollis, of this city, has been granted a iension of $N jut month. Mnrtinsburi entertains tin- Au drain Pmjitist Pible Institute the . 1 1 1 of next month. Lee Ilorton, of near Martins hum, olders thr MKSS.ViK sent to him at "."(( Patterson Ave, Kirks villi1, Mo." Mrs. .1. V. Paires, of this city, celebrated her Tilth birthday a few days ng. She is well and hearty for one of her nfje. MeCtinc Shell, son of .1. U. Shell, of this county, is at Kudi eott, Wash., where he thinks he may engage in business. liiither Hainlett, south of Vnn dalin, plead guilty to burglary and larceny in the Circuit Court hist week and the Judge sent him three vears to the Reform School. The separate coach bill, provid ing for the separation of negroes and whites on railwav cars, was; voted to death in the State Senate last week only ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 February 1901

THE llfESSMGE l'ublii-lu'il F.vcrv Thursdav. John Heal, Editor mid Proprietor. Knti ri'd nl tin1 IVstntlice t Mrico. Mo.. n sx-ctirnl -fla.-! matter. THUKSDAY. FKI1.2S, 1901 New Taxation Plan. Kiiokks Clay's liill, proposing to rnise nil revenue for Stnt pur poses from sources other tluin on real and personal properly, whs defeated in the House last Monday by a vote of G.'J to 01. It was a dose vote and has stirred up some good thought on trxation plans, and Clay is yet aide to congratu late himself. Later. Since the above was put in type the hill lias had a rehear ing. Tuesday a motion to recon sider carried ly a sweeping major ity, and on roll call the resolution was passed NS-42 more than 2 to 1. Tlx- Republicans killed the measure before. Out of 01 votes cast against the measure .'i.'l were cast by Republicans, and there were only 4.1 Republicans present in the House. The bill is a home rule measure, Ihoroly Democratic in that respect, and will, if it shall become a part of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 February 1901

THE MESSAGE TItlKSDAY. FHH. -JS. 1)()1 Tin- sifiii f? chicken is beginning to "cheep". The city council was in regular session Monday night. Tlic I'll i versify Summer School opens first, week in June. .1. 1). Hates mid family have moved hack to Santa Fe. Hrj au's paper and the M i'.ssauk, only !fil."." a j car for the two. tf The city will put down a Mock of macadam on Hast Promenade street. Klca Harrison, near Champ, bought two mules from C. II. Denne for f.'-JO. The pest house has been enlarg ed, and any new case of the small pox may expect to find a lodgment there. lohu Zimmerman, late of Hush Hill, has moved to Hciilon City and will again engage in black smithing. The smallpox situation is un changed. All the cases, except one north of town, arc among the colored people. J. M. Kendall would inform his friends that he is with the Soltz Shoe & Clothing Co. lie asks all to call and see him. President Yancey, of the M. M. A., who has been very ill, is much better. He says his s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 February 1901

ft! MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Tmnx of Sitlisrrlj,! Ion : One Yriir M.no. Ml Months .Ml cent. THURSDAY, FKH. l'.IOI Rural Mail Delivery. Audrain is to liiivt- more free rural mail delivery. Operations on two new routes will ln'jin March 1"). One route is from here nut to iimt mid the other from here out to Molino. V. ('. (iani Ide will he the carrier for the ant route and licorice Clark for the iMolino route. The fanners nlonic eueh route will net their mail ev ery dnj finite as handy us living in the suhurlis of Mexico, a poor walker and tinnlile to get to the pnstoflice. 15ut some of the good things are coming to the farmers at last. 'Kali for Audrain county and free rural mail delivery. Senator Heather, of Marion county, tried to he funny in the Legislature the other day when the hill was up to make the Mexi co Military Academy n post of tin' Missouri National (iiuird. He op posed the measure and gave vent to this utterance: "I am opposed to putting more shoulder straps on ...

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. — 7 March 1901

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1901. NUMBER 18 March came in "like a lamb." The pench buds are yet all right. II. P. Carpenter, of Bnonville, has located in Mexico. Maggie Worley sold to Henry Crews two lots in Bnddonia for $2M). The costs in the Ed. Spencer case in this county amount to over $l,M(l. John D. Worley bought ten acres of ground of Mary A. Pres ton et al, at Molino, for $.")()(). ('. W. Hector, of Monroe coun ty, and Ida li. llukcl, of Audrain, were licensed to wed last week. (i. K. McCall, of Hush Hill, or ganized a lodge of the M. B. A. at Au.wasse last Thursday night. Philip Shire has organized a lodge of the M. W. A. out at Mo lino. Seventeen charter members. The Southern Methodists of this district will hold their next con ference at Montgomery City next May. Dr. W. T. Kendall, of this city, is a candidate for the appointment of meat inspector at the Missouri penitentiary. Mrs. Sarah Yager, near Santa Fe, has...

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. — 7 March 1901

THE MESSAGE Published Kvery Tliursilny. John Heal, Kditor mid Proprietor. Entered al tin' I'listnlliiT at Mcvli'ci. Mil, as second -clans mattrr. TIU'RSDAY, MARCH 7. Give Us The Law. Till-: MensahH hopes llml Rhodes Clay's hill rt'iiiiriui; all equity (uses iml those nut trinlili- I jun to lc docketed lirst li.v tin- circuit clerks, will Ihvoiiii' it law. It has passed the Sctuili' and should jjo thru the House tit otiee. ruder this law the petit jury would tint lie Sllllllllotieil till it is needed, the jury trials not to lie taken up till Inst, l'mlcr (he pres ent regime the jury must report at the opening oi' eourl and remain during the term, when perhaps, on an average, a third of the time there is nothing for them ! do. lt is a needless expense to the eotmties. Now that the remedy is at hand let's have it at om-e. Democracy's Stand. David Hennett Hill is not strict ly our ideal of n Democrat, hut he is wide awake mid knows the situ ation to a dot. The following is as good a thi...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 March 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MARCH 1!M1 Smallpox excitement in Mexico is dying out. Bryan'B paper and the Messauk, only $1.7.i n year for the two. tf Tin- County Court meets next Monday to nettle with the Collector. The family of G. W. IVck, west art of town, is reported afllicted with measles. The World's Fair bill went thru Congress this week and has been signed by the President. John Bethel, southeast of Hush Hill, is preparing to move with his family to the Indian Nation. There is talk of organizing a stock company for the purpose of starting a cigar factory in this city. Mrs. .John .Sullivan, cast of this city, was thrown from a wagon last Saturday and finite seriously hurt. Mary Davis, a very trustworthy colored woman of this city, aged about .""), died last Sunday of dropsy. Mr. Frank Tierce and Miss Su sie Northeutt, both of Hcutou City, were licensed to wed last Saturday. Hud Taylor, who killed Miss Ruth Nollard at Kansas City last Saturday, has been held on the charge of murder. ...

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. — 7 March 1901

THE MESSAGE-, InTheKabrich Building. '' mis dI $nlis ri)itiin : One Vciir fl.oo. Six Month .V) iTiitn. TIU'HSDAY. MAltCU 7, l!ol A Little Discussion. FtUToH JlKSS.VfiK: I wish to extend eonurat illations to Dr. II. K. HinuV nnil the Mkssauk; tin first for his eon trilnit inns in the last two issues of the JIksa;k. the lntter for its wide, generous mid nnhiased views, ly printino; sueh nrtieles. It seems very ap propriate to season tip the eolunins of our home papers ly inserting a few such nrtieles, to illuminate and elevate the minds of the young as well as the old. Too little of this class of reading in our eounty newspapers; too iimrh talent is thrown away ly eontrilniting sueh nrtieles to our religious prriotlieals exclusively, as they are not taken liy the masses. I am nlmost cer tain nothing will he lost liy any paper in publishing such litera ture, and its circulation will lie increased. I am not in sympathy with the politics of the M KssAdi'., lint I admire its uuliiaseil pr...

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. — 14 March 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 14,1901. NUMBER 19 lames Myers is again a resident of Hush Hill. Mexico wants an "olil-t'u.sliioneil fair" this fall. Charles A. Towne lectures at Columbia April Hi. The smallpox is oiti, ami that makes all Mexieo clad. Fry & Clay, the attorneys, have moved into their new olliee. Silas Martin, of Rush Hill, now has charge of the ilolio Hotel in this city. Two negroes hroke the smallpox uarautine last week and were tined in the city court. Kural mail delivery out from this city southwest to liant and north to Molino begins tomorrow. Charles Pope, formerly of this city, was crushed lictween two street cars in St. Louis one day last week. W. T. Nardin, of Yandalia, has lieen elected one of the ofliccrs of the I'liiversity IMiating Cluli at Coliimlda. Judge John A. (iutlirie has lieen elected president of the Mexico Southern Hank and Honorable C. Clark vice president. Louclla Krdel, near Worcester,...

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. — 14 March 1901

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. ,lohn ISenl, Editor mid Proprietor. Knterid lit the lWollin' at M ico. Mo., us second-class niiilter. THURSDAY, MAKCH 1 1, 1!"1 Democratic Cily Ticket. FOR COUNCILMEN. KIHST WAHIi, W. II. KENXAN. SKlONIt WAItl), K. X. AKMSTKoNO. I llll(l) WAItlt, K. I. W HtKELL. ruritrn w.vKK, W. S. HAOSDALE. Make 'Em Pay. "The third uiiieiulineiit is to he resilhlllilted to tile voters. The eiistertl inoiiev-loiiliers were so sor ry for the drill" liorrowers that thej fussed mid fumed, ntid tinally per suaded the legislature to vote to have it resubmitted. And we guess tlit- legislature was right-, for the nioney loaners were going to nuike the borrowers bear the burdens. "The eastern insurnnee conipan-ii-s lnake their immense piles of money by insuring the people; then they turn around ami want to loan it and dictate the terms anil es cape taxation. "Let the voters turn out and vote to tlo away with the amend ment. then fleet men who will P'tss the assessor's ...

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. — 14 March 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAl.VIt 14, l'.tol A large fruit crop is promised for North Missouri this season. Bryan's paper and the Mkmsauk, only $1 ." a year for the two. tf Mr. ami Mrs. Hardin lx'ixey, f this city, have moved to St. Louis. Bryan's Commoner is an eight page itiart and has no advertis ing. The agitation for and against a saloon in Vaudalia is stirring again. Holicrt Calhoun, n the Market tdore, is rrrovrring from a. hard siege with the grip. Mrs. Susie Buckiicr, of this city, has been elected matron of the Fulton Asylum for two years. Edward Kowland, with Kent & Winter, the grocers, has resigned his posit ion and will locate in the Indian Territory. The Monroe City News copies from the Mkss.u.k the article writ ten ly J. W. House, of this city, on "Tin- Cow Pea." Tate's White House (irocrry is closing out. The Haeket, tih-ndy ami Calhoun proprietor, will move to this building next mouth. (ieorire A. Menetce, ot near Hutchison, Malls county, and Miss Nora Summers were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 March 1901

THE t JESS AGE In The Kabrlch Building, Tinns of SiibsrripfinH : (tin- Yi-nr l.m. Siv Months Mi cents. TIll'IiSDAY. MAUCII 14, 1!K)1 Prayer of the Century. Written tur the Mkssvhk. Thou ImhI of nil the nations "I tin- iitrth: Mnke n n niillim nf true worth, (illldi' our rrrlllK feet III tin' trill- li'lit of Wisdom. Justice- iiml tin- nitiht. May our rules und ruli r ever Im- (llci-l'l) I HUM Tllllll niilltst loYI' to SI. (rant Hint avarice tlmt un-cil nf train May never this irrent nation .-tain; Itut niny Its ii-nili- ever stand liulril ami frnai'ili-il 1 iy Thy llaml. Tliru failli may rt see the future rl nr. Cherish t Ito freedom our Inl Ihth loved so dour, Ami grunt no ars nor niiiiressldin come Tnrull tin- dear uins from t homo, lint may prosperity anil content nhoiuid. And pence u Ith every nation and nil tin' riirtli ariiiiiiil. (irant tliat Clmrrli anil School pmirri'ss. May all nations Tliy ureal love ennfess: Vrmn plain ami liill may Thy iraio ro Mllllll I rmn pnli tii pn...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 March 1901

Missouri VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1001. NUMBER 20 Sturgeon will hold a fair this fall. The Viuicliilin salamander works employ itlmut 120 men. The Sturgeon Court of I'ointnnn I'leas has been abolished. Mexico city election doesn't promise inuch of a "tight." Joseph Daniel lias retunicd to this city from Collins, Colorado. W. II. Brown owns a sheep that Have birth to four lambs last week. M. Kiinbrough, in the hotel bus iness at Vandalia, has moved to Jonesburg. C. I'. rrmcry is completing a nice residence on his farm west of Thompson. J.M. Beagles is" glad to be much better" since his late hard grip with the grip. Andrew Carnegie's last and largest. eift is nbetuest of $.",()0(), (MK) to pension his employes. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hrown, of this eity, last Wednesday celebrat ed the .VTth anniversary of their marriage. Mr. Herman Mundy, of Hush Hill, and Miss Dollie Morris, of i Benton City, were licensed to wed last week. Hon. C. F. Clark and fa...

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. — 21 March 1901

THE MESSAGE Published livery Thursday. .Inhn Heal, Kditor and Proprietor. Entered lit till' I'ostoflifC Ht Mexico. Mil, as second-class tniittrr. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1!01 (rn "Overland Trip to Califor nia" writer alludes to n young niiin who now hits relatives in this eit.v. Rend the artiele nuil letirn almut it. FUKK riirnl delivery of mail, north mid south from Mexico, wus jnit in operation hist week. It is well pleasing to the people reach I'd. Al'KKAlN is justly proud of State Senator M. R. K. Piggs d Rep resentative Rhodes (.'lay. The lobliy never dared approach either tif them. IK. Wixans' artiele in another eolumil of this paper, headed "Op posed to Vaeeinatioii, Who and Why," will interest yon. The let crenee to Mexico easesof vaeeinat ioii eunnot fail to eoneern yon. TliK Hoeis intend to hold on and light the Hritish to the hitter end (ieii. I?otha rejects the late peace terms proposed hy Knland, and the next move in the Transvaal war greatly agitates the Hritish. Tiik deat...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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