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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. ('lan-iiif llnley, ' llerndnn, wa , vl.ltor Monday. It. M. I'arrlh of Miami allendftl court hem till W. Dont foret In examine thoe pic ture frnnic nt Wright'. I'w .lake II. 1'Ulier made a hualne. trip to Ilootivllle Friday. Judge Itlrlinri) l'leld of l-cxlngtim no. In the city till Week. William Huaeuieyer made a flying trip 1 Ht. I-oul thl w-k. 'flu" only Haruey Fergnon, at Opera hnu Saturday nlgh.t. I) .1 Micron ami daughter, of Hern, dun, wei lit "bopping Monday. Mlnnli' Keith u( Hwivt Spring" wu a v t -1 1 ( - In Mnrahall Saturday. l..e llrlle Pnnehoo and lila Ililll can returned Monday from St. Lout. A new thlpincnl nf hiiudkrrclilefa frum le ujitu $1 M at Wright'. 2w W. W. Naylnrtftiirned tn lila home In Springfield, Mo., Monday morning. Sold Hriinuugh n among the mm; viliri ienl Sunday In .St. I.ouL. Mattln CaiiUIn returned Monday frnm Metlen "her li ent Sunday. A hnnd.iiine aeleetlnn of plcluri friiT., nnie U'nutle. nlWrlght'. S rtmrr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . r if i t4 i ' if I ' i it f. i Iff 1 Story of Slave. To lm liound lianil mid (nut for )mrly the rhnln (if dlaeaae l the worat fen in of alavcry, (Jcorpo 1) William-, or.Mimchcatrr. Midi., tell how utich n alnve waa mado free. He aayaj "My wife, linn lic.in no hcIptoa (or lUo yeara that ho could not turn over In Nil alone. A fu-r mlntf two liottlm of Klectrle lllttcra, ahe I wot Icrfully iiniriivMl nnd aide to do her imnwork." Thla .anprcnir remedy (or fcmule dlacaaca nulckly cure ncrvoua ncaa, alceplncaa, melancholy, head ache, fainting and dly mIN. Thla mlrucle Mirklng medicine U n i;od' Mill to wenk, aii'kljr run down pcoplA llicry 1-olllc ruuruntccil. Only .'o irnta. Sold hj I', II, franklin, Driitf. Got Thirty Dayi. IVIiew wna nrrratcd Sundiiy hy Conatnhlc Sehooley on n warrant eharirlnir him with lut'akliur Inlo the iraldcncc of Mra. Sam I', Milt, In the Lower llotloni. Kilnc time ii!o unci purloining n runt, n piilr of panta and a pulr of ahoca, Ilo ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLJCAN. 4 , iprihe For Your Attars .met Your Hrcs." P'trtotism ts always com mendable, but it every breast here should be not only the ictketo b: a go.J citizen, u-,ttj be strong, able boated uJwettfittcffor Vxe battle of life. To do this, pare blood Is absolutely neces sity, and Hood s Sarsapa rills Is the one specific ivhlch cleanses the blood thorough ly It acts equally well for both sexes and all ages. Humor - " 1 r"J r""' ( Uit Ihmfi Stnrr3U. It cured L fonor tnd Is tscttltnt ts t r,tn t Unc." ""' ,'"1' SUfford Springs. CI. TTnThiia'aiaio.iJii.iit'a MH' ,,rt,",," ' OwM la U1 ll H!' fnH"l'C A Snap. All our (armrr ivauYr aliiiul.l lake ilranlaift' Hn' unpiwik'nteil rluli. blo oiTfr we till .war make, ulileli laclgJr lt1i llil paper, Thu Kaitkiin ('It; Stix-k Inillcatnr, lt Svlu) Ftrorr liiallliiti' eilllli The I'oul. tr; I'urir, i ami Tho l-'nruuTu' Mutual iranov Jinirnnl. Tlieae (our puli-Ik-illim. are tin1 W'at ( tlielr ela.n mJ alum' I la' In every (arm lionii...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. How Can You Do It? If I J4iiugtoii on Monday. Wo hnnlly know, but we will, for tint pretrnt, wll you l case dark calicoes at 4c I case ginghams nl 4C A cases remnants calicoes nt . . .. 3c i case figurci! outing, yil 5c 1 ca.se canton flannel, per yd . 4c 10,000 yds all tlie best makes in calicoes and ginghams ... 5c Amoskcag skirting-. 8c Clieck skirting . 3c Ataluma plaid skirtings. J1 Cotton Hats, 6 for . . -r . .. 35c Turkey red table linen, 13c and tip to 45c, all warranted. 1'iirs for trimmings 13c to 33c Ladles' fleeced hose, splendid quality 10c Women's Rood black hose 3c Children's black hose 3c Children's good ho-e 8c and .. 10c llabics' wool hose, 7, y, 10 nnd . 14c Women's wool hoc 13c and . .. 33c Scam binding . 4c Wide Kim binding.. . . jc Silk thread 100 yds licst ... 7c Skirt linings . . 4c Canvas He Velvet dress binding, yd . ,vfc Corduroy binding, yd 5c Wool slipper soles . 33c l'rench flannclctts 6c A lieantifnl line of dress plaids double...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 December 1899

I THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vllt. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTV, MISSOUIU. I)K(!. I.. 189l. vo. 4.1. ULEDSOE RELEASED. Cmt Again! Thomas Bledsoe, Suspected of Murdering Hh Wife. Abandoned and Pris oner Freed. Thomas Wedsoc, n well known town tharacter, who for many years has led a life of dissipation upon what money came into Ms liaails, through the receipt of a pension, 1i arrested Tuesday, suspected of having hturdetcd Ills wife, who died under very pc coliar circumstances Sunday morning at her bomeon College addition. During hisdrutik tn spells, Wedsoc was known to have beaten Mi wife with grvat violence, and such mis treatment t her husband' hands had long alienated the love of the wife and produced dissensions. The neighbors upon the night of tier death, were not informed of her scrl toi condition until just n few hours prior to death and a white powder found itou her Hpjconliriiled the Impression of poisoning, g Sunday morning a post-mortem examina tion was held by County Coroner Rag...

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. — 1 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntrrvil at tho Inslolflce In Mnrhll. Mn., n lurnml-eln twitter. TKRMB! t.M I'KIt YP.AH IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHA!.!., MISSOURI, lll'.C. I, I809. NEW JAIL A NECESSITY. There Is an old opinion revered for its age and recognized by reason of tlic universality of Its acceptance, wlilcli embodying tlic thought tli.it "ncccMity Is tltc mother of in vention," broadens tli.it principle to tlic ex tent, which makes necessity the progenitor of many other' good and ncful changes for the better. Necessity in the form of need for the very essentials of life and sustenance of body Invigorates effort with the force of de termination fired by desperation; the hero rises as a rule from n crisis in which mill and ignominy are the alternatives, When the basis of necessity is reached, action may be counted upon. In the way ol a depository for nur criminal class serving short sentences, and more partic ularly for that class whose gui...

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. — 1 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DEMOCRATIC FRIMARY DAY. April 28th Selected by County Central Com' mlttee in S talon Saturday. Resolution Opposing State Primary Adopted. In pursuance to call Issued by county chair man, Hie Democratic Central 'Committee of Saline, met in Marshall Saturday, the princi pal business coming before tills session for considerntlon, being the selection of n dale for the next county primary, at which icvelnl county officers are elected. The last Saturday in April, which fa'.ls up on the 18th ol that month, was chosen ns the date upon which to close the contest, it being the unanimous opinion of the committee that the interim would furnish n sufficiency of time for each candidate to hi groomed, and allow a Bupcpahunduncc of opportunities in which to appear friendly ami give the habitual can didate hand-shake to every member of their own "g o p." The committee by vote empowered the chairman and secretary to make all decisions, regarding time and methods ol electing n...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Brilliant Reception. The reception Riven by the la dles of the Fancy Work Club on Wednesday afternoon, ntjhe resi dence of Mrs. Gus Mayer on Odd I Ave., In honor ot the visiting la dies, Mrs. Dora Hall of St. Joseph and Mis Pearl Mitchell of Colum bia, was a very nice affair and re flected great credit Uon the mem bers of this organization, who al ways make a success of whatever they undertake. The visitors, wc hope were fa vorably impressed with our homes and our people generally, as Mar shall people were much pleased with both Mrs. Hall and Miss Mitchell, both of whom met number of old friends and acquaint ances in our city. We congratu late Governor Stephens upon his selection, as two more cultured, refined and elegant ladies, each with a mind of her own, could not have been found for the position, and while wc hope it may please the committee to locate the Insti tution in Marshall, yet should it fail to do so, wc will feci they have made a mistake, but...

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. — 1 December 1899

f. I : " 7. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IrrinfWie. jii Rlioda Wise, daughter ol ami Mr Jacoli Wise, and Mr. L.i.s Irvine, were married on ty), il f J nl ll,c "",c OI jlJntl lcl!50ll St.i Kcv. H. 15 IIorri4 pcrfotmiiic tlic ceremony. jljjjjjle rimer tc.siiicii ni nrfJIt. playing tll8 wedding fcircburx biautjfully. Xbt groom, a suusi.uiuai young 0, hO it t'llglllCer IOT KOIKIHcy. ore tliemnal liloik. The l"' Wil uecoiniugly :oivarJiJ tan cloth suit with ote o! white corded tuffctn, with ritlc ! of tln the shade llbcdrtv. mm carried unites u,r itiL' ii rt'iiionv nml coimr.-il- Ltwa tc over n wedding sup- f t 4 Kiwi I" "" 5" Rileitt, ittnlucli, Mr and Mrs, Irvine, Itoapanitil l y a ft'iv friends, went UWr linin on j.'icksoii m., mat Id btn uunls'ied by the groom litiibtlilc and when. they he- Ei bouukeiplng the follou iui; t ma vcii practical maimer. I Atumlvr o( guests from a dis. Ut Jticmlid the wedding. I Tbi Ri:t" hi K N joins with the liiv(ncn! t the happy couple t them n long and Sei...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 December 1899

LOCAL IN BRIEF. V A llcalty left Sunday nleht for JetTomon City. I) 1) Dmrglnt. incnl Halur-day In Slater on liuplneia. .1 W Ilowlitrr, u( Hhnckleford, n a vliltor Tuesday. Ml. Nellie lto.w la tlaltlng friend In (lla'inv Dili week. Ttcth filled without pain ' Ottn Tllilctt tliu Di'tillot. Twill llllel wllhl.it pain hy OtI Tlhliftt, tlig l)ntlnt. Mlltlu Hull li uul Uitaln ater a weck' pteknen with ton.llltl". Mm .V.I MUrtii-ll made n vl.lt ti) Knn.aa City friend llili nit k. t'liurroii V'lkliri'i tit Miami, made Mamhall a vlilt Saturday. . Harry Striker hkuI Thumday with friend In Arrow Hock. Will Andcmon, "I Mt Leonard, peiit Sunday In lliimliull. ' Mm Molllu (ini'ii, ul lllaekhuin, m a vl.ltor on Saturday. M II Alexander, ( St I.oul, wa u vlHir In our city Tuday. Hunt furxi't to examine tlioe pic ture frame, ul rk-'ht . Mm llrndy. ol Mlnml. wu. tin j;uet il Mm It II lluhank thl. icck. Ml, Latin. Ureal- returned to livr home ulOreiirvllIcoii I'rlday. II S (inlno, of lndeiiletic, vl ...

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. — 1 December 1899

3 Xi 3 I a si oncncy 3 3 3 US 3 2 -s Conic, yc of little faith; onlv those who have tasted of the sweets in trading at our store can realize what the word "SAVING" implies, fj Below We Give n Few Facts. .Men's H.OO I thick and gmy ,.y worsted suits at ij.ijf, Men's PJ.OO suits in Stotfli philil mill Hi i icy stripes, elegantly tailored S.T; .Men's 15.00 Miiiii llnnl fancy clay woivted suits the best make . fu.05 .Men's 12 double breasted surge suits at 0.00 .Men's ts.oo Itcavcr ami Chinchilla Over. coats at . . .,oo .Men's O.oo .Melton and Kersey Overcoats. till colors .... i, or, .Muii'h Storm ulster fruiu :i.f0 to 10.00 .Men's $. Cajw Jlnclsiiito-li Coal- tit Men's Tan Mtivkintnih Coat, velvet colar, waterproof .... Men's i'.iiii rubber lined duck coal, water- proof ..... Men'- 1.. '15 extra heinj duck coats in (thick and drown . Hove' a. on all wihiI knee stilts, well uinde Hoy r '.'..'-n knee suits. elm good value Children'-' il .5o two piece suit nt Men'" P'.'.'iO custom iMmtsn...

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. — 1 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . GRAND JURY'S REPORT. Superintendent Oier a Good Official. The Duly of Ihe County a New ail. County Officer Conv j limcntcd. -So Say the Cr;nd Jury. STATU or Mlssotltl. i IWNTY OK M.M.INl:, t ii(Niut'iiv iiciDirr. Tit llit Unllnflllite .ii;i .1. lll'.i, Jiuhjr til' the Crt'iiii'mil 1'nnrl nf Iht li'lh Imllriill Ctrrull, We, tliv (!r.uiil Juror, nltliln mill for UlO ClMMl( of HllllHC, Xhh-miIht Term iMitt. would respectfully siihmlt for tour consideration tin' following report: Vi" have made iIIIIkciiI effort to In vestigate nil olTimi's against lliu law of the State of Mls.nurl tlint hair nn lirouifht tu our attention. V.V hare visited the futility I'anii, ln"rled tin- various li.ill.llnif. there-, on, tn.Kvttil the rooms, tKilscic.,aud llnd ivcrythliiK In iioimI condition. Wc Uct(ouril the Inmates mill they nil said tiny rre well tleatcd and well f.'l. Wo Iinp.vti'l tho dinln nimn uml kitchen iiml fiiiiml evcrylhlnjr In lfV"l I'oiiilltlon uinl mi nrt' satl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. IMIiilK' hiu.i.l llli llcnr) CoHfrl In SALT SPRINGS. On Monday nielli, Mian Vlolnltau.. IjerHiT entertained u tiutuU-r of )minj imkipIa In tliv 0t elegant manner. 11mm riihiK i i-IK-nt In piny Init i-rukl-utile and 'i'rnin lnter.per.ed with nni choice miLlo! refrt-limrut, vlv i-rtcd In tin tcry lateat t)le. Kol. Iiiolnir are I'11' name, nf .nmo whn tre pn-rni: Albert I Ul Icy, hrollur n.vl .Ltcr. (VvtrhcrS lluli Smith, II.-f Maud Hmith ami M utl ) Tick rmjro, ShaokelfnnlS I)r MoI,ennnn,Mt loiurd! Jim Welch uml .later, Ml. France. rTii- t.llcrury Hnclct) held It., tlmt inrrllnif Friday nlirliH.I A Orr una tlrctfd prr.ldent nml I'rnf VtnC'uin. i-H rlfr.nreaidcnl. Tin miction It. .olicd that the F.nifll.li air Ju.tlflcd in firrjini; nn hip pre.eni ur In At tie. aa divided In thi nillriuntlte: tho ncil mri'llng ".III U'li-M nn I'rl lay. Iec llurilar. intend Ilic rtnrii ut thl liliceiinTue.dny nlflil, hlew thv nafv iiiM n unit iiiriii'riuu-ii mi mr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t Itlltllh I tW" "" ',1'I"I,.V' MALTA BEND. mm v. ii iuiijirk (rii from hit a chair, on which .lie wii. Hiitiillne;, Sumlny miiriiliiL' mnl Mutnlinil n n- rn injury, iir mown uu. mini iiiomil( ami plmiil her In ih enmfoit HlP II l'O.ltlOll II.IIOMMltlle. Hill" I. lift liiir iy rll mill n'.tlujr en.y at thl. wrninj;. A prntraeteil mollii),' I. In mj;u.. lit tin- M Kehureh: I Cc v '1 Ik !- tl of jijiiirmii i ni.i. n..i.unjr nev .mine. l I IIHS WWII OOI Kill ll'tOUI. I 'lank Klti'lier ii'lnriii'il lioini' limn Alknu.ii. fiirpilnj : In- went ill inn Ihei-e to Mi-h i'inilo,iiiH nl, hut fnlliil in iiiiu ii Jim nun .mini. W W Itni'ilnlph. wliii lino hern hi ' ii'r .mil lor iin i:m thin- month., titiirin'il In it Tiu'mIii) evening. - A vl. iliiiiic inevtlui.' I. nilliil for next Moiulii)' nlclil. jt eu ry IkmIjt llllll II linere.!,,! eilllie IW. Joe McltoWrlK win lll.lilm.'Mourin) ami h .toektil tin' mi nt market with luiif.ilii uml enik. John Krhiiulev went to .H r...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kallilal ! iwti J . jlju MurNa (! Ill mntlH on I -M,r.. it,. I aed aM a.artwhaf. TbttThroWiigHtaoacbi. Would quickly Irate sou. If Jim u.cd I)r. Kln'a New l.lfe I'. Thousand ol Mirlertri ban- proved their matching merit for Hlrk nnd Nt-rvoui Headache. They make pure blood and Mriing nertrn Htiil build up your health. Kaay Ki take. Try Incm. Only 2S ccnln. Money back If not cured. Hold liy 1'. II. franklin, drus- Bltt. A Tboiuid TonguM ..Muni MTirt the roptnir of riprliiircr, of I ISS Howard M.. rtlilrl'lili r,i nhfriehc found ii'l Dr. Klnir-" N' DIcoveiy for Ceniuoil'tl'"' had completely cured i... .,f liuiklni.' i-oiluli that for tunny . ,ad mode life u liurdeii. All .ii.r ninrtlU" doetom eould lie I tr no help, lull h'ie en) of thin natal Cure "It Mton timotcil the piln In my cht nnd I euti now flo p mla-r nolnc btforr. I feci like lanJIni It pralaea thronclio.it the rlr ,'v,'p","' .,!,. pr. Klrr' N DUcowr for .m trouble of the Thront, Client i.r itj, I'rl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 December 1899

ft ft a ft ft ft ft .ft ft ft a ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft i ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 8 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 1W i THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft cRsms x We have gathered together a beautiful assortment of goods, suitable for Christmas presents. They arc all here, ready for your inspection. Come early and get your chcicc. Below we will mention a few of the things which we have for you. Dressed Dolls, China Dolls, Cloth Dolls. Doll Comb Sets Medallions and Water-color Pictures Sterling Silver Novelties. Photo Frames. large and small Powder Jars, Ink Wells Tooth Brush Holders Wrought Iron Umbrella)., Candle Sticks, i Fascinators, Ice Wool Squares A iM'.llltlflll nfttirtim.'iit of Trilby Frames Stationery ,' w'1'' lim'" 'iiniit!ry in wiiiti. mill nil tin ! Silk Holders, Ijilwt Tint mid .SIvIi-h. ! wlth U,IC" l'wv,'r j Laundry Bags, Pillow Tops, i Down Pillo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Till. MARSHALL COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Dfim Shop License Granted F. E Skinner, WcUr Btf8' 1 im McUonough iDi M, j.. Ming. BilU c Criminal Coata Allowed. Account Allowed. Xovemlwr Ailj Term December 4, 1899. Cnutt men pursuant to adjournment. I'rcv est Hon" J T StoulTcr, T V King. K C linn si, Jude.es; K 15 L Smith, Clerk; Joseph Wil ms, SbcrifT. Court oned by the Sheriff. Id the nutter of petition of R 1; Ulchart and others for road this canst is taken tip, rrklcnrc Is taken tip and cause continued, Piim shop license granted to V 15. Skinner, Slater, Mo. Clerk directed to satisfy mortgage given Mi) JJ. i37 ly W A Wilson. Warrants ordered in favor of II II Harris i, in imomit of fifty dollars for use on roads. .S'cah Humphreys for use on roads, $2,5.00: ht Kneler for work on roads, $37.00; (. 1 1 Feonick for use on raids, 20,00 0 V Kclletn sent to county fnrm. Aiseucd valuation on lot 1 blk 9 original Utn of Slater, also part lot 2 blk 9 reduced. Warrant or...

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. — 8 December 1899

yRTe-.' ',Ait''' -,1-ist;- .Tro w " v ! .1 I lulugtou 011 MoiiilayT THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ki.tcml nt llio 1'oitotlliM In Marshall, Mo.. os mvouil-elass matter. rr.itMS: ii.wt'Kit yi:aii in aiiva.nci:. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. .MAUSllAI.l., MISSOURI, II1X'. 8, 1899. The Kansas City Time I reported asagrdu being close to a transfer of ownership. Tlic Times has nothing to Iohc by a change. Sonic Americans imagine the circumstances of tlic present British-Ilocr war arc similar to tliose timlcr which, we fought and whipped the red-coats. It explains the Anglophobia with which they rcgnrd tlic Ilrillsh, and the frothing that Is done upon a controversy in which we are not a patty. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. if the Avar with Spain, he ttoiil.l go down in to history.thcmost generally condemned res ident this country ever had." These must stem like ltruUi slabs to Ilry.ni. but what ever else the world may accuse thl Pcimsyl vatilan of, he has the credit of being sincere in nil his opinions...

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. — 8 December 1899

Gov. Taylor on IngersolL The following article by Gov. Robert I.. Taylor, of Tennessee, Is otic of llic most rc m.vkable productions of his gifted pen: "I sunta great theatre at tlie national cap ital. It "in thronged with youth and bcant) , old age anil wisdom. I sawn man, tliu imau of his Owl. Mand upon tlic stage, and I heard Mill speak. Ill.i gestures were perfection of grace, hi voice was music, and his language was more beautiful than any I had ever heard from mortal lip'. "He painted picture after picture of the pleasures and joys and sympathies of homr. He enthroned love and preached the gospel of humanity like nu ntigel. Then I saw him dip his brush in the ink of mortal blackness and blot out the beautiful pictures he had painted. I saw him stab love dead at his feet! luiu'lilm blot out the stars and miu, and ttc humanity and the universe in eternal death. I saw him like the .crent of old, worm himself Into the aindie of human hearts and by his seductive eloquence and subtl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. During the Month of DECEMBER The New York Store Will Offer a 10 pcr, Rebate on All Cash Purchases, We do this in order to Reduce Our Immense Stock, before Jan uary 1st. The past warm fall has left us with To Many Winter Goods on Hand, Wt! put Hpotinl prlivx on ninny lines of winter good. Tim Christina tliopcr will do well to linvo n look through ourr-toro iH'fort! buying. MAYER & SON, lC4COCO0":OCCCO 0040 Mitt Dculih Sharp Entertains. Miss llulah Sharp was at home ton parly ol licr young friends on Saturday evening, i her usual graceful manner. The charming affair, conspicuous for its informal ity, was complimentary to Misses Dysart of Mobcrly ami Sharp of Macon City, gucts of the hostess, in whose honor mivit.i1 interesting parties were given, during their visit to our city. The principal diversion of this pleasant affair, was a novel nnd In teresting pastime, introduced 1y the fair young hostess, which was termed, "A Dinner Tarty Game," nnd was decided...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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