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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ft. i,. Open Let er to i? c Party. MrEditor: It striken me that it in alout time the itopuliltcnns of Saline toutty were malting it movti toward organi sation nml (o till end I oill eug gc-athm our County C-nu-ul Com mlttcu have u niutliu a.ul agree upon a tlino mid place for holding n Repub lican nuiHM tnextlntr fur t'n ) urpofro o( getting io;rether" l n .re.' on sotnti plun Hint will rt Milt In n thorough or fjanl.titlun of all ! lieru llcan of Sulli.it county. Th. m vit has been a time h!ii tVre Ii.hIuvh iiHmuclicn coni'iirom?nt for it He ubllcnn totvork an now. r:,ur.t,im cuuiliii: our wuy, iiihI It is (jetting lo Im tlu proper thing In Hil" county lo W u lrnilill' ono. I miii( lilai to hear fiom the lii'itililli!iin" of Hit' coin. ly ii h to ttliut tiny tlilii'n of holding Midi it meeting a.t tbui In ilculcd atiow. Coiuo llio tli"i . ti'i up mm ii t ii bear from you ii?-oii"ii ihn M.i:.r.iALi. Uui'tMiu OA:.', I lie Ik-'t H('.iiiiiii.!iii imiu'r hi Cent...

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. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN . We Have Finished our Semi-Annual Inventory and Find We Have TOO MANY GOODS In many winter lines, such '.as: Flannels, Both Cotton and Wool, Flannelettes, Suits and Overcoats Fur Men and Boys. Cloaks and Jackets For Ladies and Children. TT 1 Tl i unaerwear and m osier v For Every One. Blankets and Comforts, Fleeced Goods. All .of the above lines we have reduced to Prices That Will Tell. 1ST Sc BON, LC . Al. m IMEF. Dr Toa Hall wan up from Napton Tuesday. J C Orear, of Sitter, watt a visitor Tuesday. Hruce Lytfd came In from Kansas City on Tuesday. MIm Florlan Yerby roMirncd Tues day from Chicago. Eugene Dawes is the happy f atht r of a ton pound baby boy. Bruce Lynd left Thursday, where he will study Osteopathy. Miss Rubine Allen Is -the guest of Mrs MattleOrear at Slater. Miss Myrtle Isbell has returned from u visit to Hlgglnsvlllc. Mlssos Pattlo Page and Nell Newton have returned from St Louis. Miss Madle Dray and mother, of Mi Leonard, were In the city Tu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 0 IN THE COUNTY. .WlPIWffllllfllffi LACKIUNN- The beautiful u1illnir of Mo(5arviy Major nnil Mis Lydla Wallace was aoletnnlzed at the Fplcopnl church Wednesday, Doc 27. nt.1:30. Attend ante were Mls Kthcl Hlnsr,of Spring field, and Mr It Flint, of Columbia. Ceremony was crfornicd by lllshnp Atwcll. McuilcNeohu's wedding march was skillfully rendered by Mb Maud Kdwurds. In n shower of rice, the happy coupl" boarded the -4 o'clock train for California, Mo, where the groom U engaged un principal of the n hool. A big Jolly crowd weiu Invited to have a Jolly big time nl the hospltahlo homo of the Misses Swift on Dec 27th. Kterybody got there mul foundevcry thine nx they cxect?d, with the ex ccptlon of refreshment of whipped cream, uuibrosln cuke, enndy, cocoa aud coffee, which were beyond expec tation, oh. my. my! Oh, me, me! why do good time hiive to com" to nit ends' Flllicrttl service of Ml I'.li.lllK'tll Cooper we;-'1 conducted by llev Nor Heel ut the Methodi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

tHfi MARSHALL REPUBUGA11 fit . i: I. Court. Tkt Qmt Pmkteatisl Otpalgai.f 1933 Jfov adjourned term, Jm M, IBM. rCourtmet pursuant to adjournment. Pretest: Hons J T Stoufter, T W Ktaff and R C Hwmis. Judge; R K I. aattli, Clerk and Jes Wilson, Sheriff. "Court opened by the.ftaerlfr, "Warraati' ctderad drawn a follows! B L Haith, Clerk, quarterly sect iRaraHof BS50.35, liflirlM'f Asphalt Co, payment on as pfcalt, CH Square, 1M M. 'Frank Durrett, rellaf of Cyndy (Jo rum, 12 GO. ?R.EL Smith, Clerk, II lei abstract (fee received for the year 18W, and fays Into the county treasury the sum MIlMflrt, being tbexcess of foe arer and above clerk' salary and deputy hire. Loan of WOO 00 granted Lemuel Purely from school fund principal. In tin matter of petition of H K Hlcbart et al for new road; petition ra (lie mnttoa to atrlke out part of or Jef pertaining to damage, cause i continued until Jan .Id. ( vr Davis,. Constable Salt Fork two resigns. J KucAmls, Collector, file state ment of collecti...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. tmiMtm After the Holidays, Comes theHOHtt JANUARY CLEARING SALE! And we expect to make it to your interest to attend this sale. OFFERS. For the January Sale. Special Offer - No,l For the January Sale. Special offer - - No. 4 I Ladies Fleeced Vests and Pants. Vests have taped necks. special oner, each, . , 10c Ladies' outingflanncl gowns, made out of good, heavy flannel; made well and trimmed. Special offer For the January Sale. Special Offer - 50 and 98c jj No, 2 For the January Sale. Special offer 1.5 Ladies' Heavy Ribbed, Fleeced Vests and Pants. Vests have silk-taped neck. Pants French Bond. A good one for 48c. Special offer, each, , , . 38c yv n nil sir i K ijne-mm otr on nil For the January Sale. Special Offer - No, 3 For the January Sale. Special offer . , . 1.6 Men's Heavy Camel's Hair and Fleeced Shirts, worth 50c. Special offer, 35c Good Boots, Shoes and Overshoes for the same, or less, than you have been paying for poor ones. We desire to thank our...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 January 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VIII. MAR8ALL, SALINE COUNTY, .MISSOURI, JAN. 12, 1900. no. 49. MEETING MONDAY NIGHT. Democrat of Marshall Are Arretted by Reed ol Kama City. Jackion Day Event. In Accordance with tlic desires expressed by the Democrat of this city as to a celebra tion of Jackson's day, arrangements were completed for Mich an event awl when thefan niversary of the battle of New Orleans came around on the calendar, old Hickory's" partisans and admirers were out in force to do him honor and rally around his old style Democrat. The meeting was held in the Cojrt House and resolutions were adopted, expressing the sympathy of the people of this city for the Beets in their ttruggle for liberty against the British. Then to give the resolutions a dis tinctively partisan ring, the administration was condemned for the Philippine wtr and "denounced for its suppott of the financial bill before congress. Hon James A. Reed, prostcutiug attorney of Jackson County, was the Stc.iker of the evenin...

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. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICANS THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Poatonico In Marshall, Mo., on necond-cUs ranter. TERMS: 11.00 VKtX YKAIl IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHAL!., MISSOURI, JAN. 13, IOOO. .The retirement of General Home, should cause anvils to boom at the imnslon of His Excellency in Jefferson City. Attorney General Crowe will atk rcnominn tion on the strength of his securing fines against the combining insurance companies, which violated our nuti trust-law. It is rather a lucky accident that he is able to claim cred it for this, as he is considered by most Missou rians as o( decide dly small caliber. Piugrcc's polntoc patches and cITorts to tax corporations entirely out of existence within tlx state of Michigan, have passed the noon day of their popularity and the decline has set in. Pingrce has played his last dtccpiion upon the republicans and is fust becoming a good member of that party which catches the drift wood of nil others. Several years ago, says...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN) J. M. Browning. J. M. Browning, an old nnd very highly respected c1ti7.cn, died nt his homo in tins city, on Mobility, Jaauary 8th 1900, nt 10 o'clock in the morning. Mr Browning was barn in Kentucky, ntt'l w-tn in his 681I1 year; lie wain consistent nit tn berof the Baptist Church; U- was good man, a kind husband, n de voted father nnd a tnu- friend As a rum nnd a citizen he wus above reproach. The funeral was held at the rc ide ice on Tuesday afternoon at t 30, conducted In Rev J. F. Kempt r pastor of the Biptist church of thin city A wife and (our children survive this truly goad man; they are Miss Bliza Browning of Kentucky, Miss Nannie Miiy, Frank and James Browning of this city. The sympathy of the community is extended to the bereaved in their hour of sorrow Blown Up. James O'Korie, u uiiiiet nt the Big Six Coal Mines wns budly in jured by n blast about 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The facts in the case as we learn them arc: Mr. O'Korie had two blas...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 January 1900

t THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Reception on Cdell A notable event of the week mm one that was enjoyed by u large number of Marshall's young men, maids, and matrons, was the party on South Odell, Monday evening, given by Miss Muekey, at the pretty home of Dr. D. F. Mnn ning, that looked unusunlly at tractive upon this occasion, with its cut flowers and many beautiful palms, that liurinonizi d with the permanent furnishings of the rooms. Mrs. John O. Roberts, of Clnrks ville, Mo., n sister of the hostess, favored the company with some good music, ntul there is nothing like music to insure the success of a party. "A Literary Fishing Iix- cursiou" was iutroduce.1 by thv hostess that was well received, ' Miss Florian Yerby, Arch Naj lor and Clyde Galloway, lieing the successful contestants; they drew for the prize, the two gentlemen being again successful, received each, a book "Dream Life" mid "Deemster." Then nu amusing game of "Sculpture" was tried ami was heartily enjoyed, Mrs. K. L Brow...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LAFAYETTE SEUG. Indianapolis, tIud., Jan. 3. A home wedding, beautiful in all its appointment, occurred nttlic Sclig home to-night. Ifihc bride was Miss Estclle Sell.'.' id the bride groom Mr. Bcnjaytrnnklin La fayette of ChfJ T. The bride is um o' t beautiful of Indlanapolfr-rrtes, aad is a musician of proariicBce, being bne .of the fine pianists in the Matinee Musicakv and aUo nn active mem berof (tie Amateur Club. 'The gridegrootn is a .prominent advo ' cate of free silver, and has been an active leader in the cause. Congratulations were extended to the young couple yesterday by Willinm J. Bryan, ' Senator Vest aad former Governor Stone of Mis souri. Much wealth was repres catcd in the presents, which came from different parts of the United States, and which were unusually handsome. ' The north parlor, where the cere mony was performed, was made into a bower of bride roses, the en tire wall being covered with these flowers, and a canopy of them in terming...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Dr. M. F. Ming spent Sunday In Kansas city. Jonas Sterne of Slater spent Mon day In tho city. Geo. F. Dyer of Kansas City was In our city" Saturday. Will Field of near Napton wns In the city Saturday. It E. Sydun-trlckor of the county ww in the city Saturday. Frank Mitchell spent Monday In Kansas City on business. Ed Merry of Sednlla spent several days in Marshall this week. Rev. 1). L. Lander left Monday for his -homo nt Malta Bend. J. W. See nud W. R. King return oil from Kanu City Saturday. J. V. Doutgcr of Shackelford, brav ed the mud and come in Monday. Miss Janet Laird was quite sick on Kunday and Monday of this week. Tom Fisher of Mlackburn, was the gOEst of relative in our city Friday. Millinery goods going at half price at Miasca Mick fr CohenourV tf Misses Auulo Guthory returned Friday from a visit to Malta Bond. Miss Edna Whent has returned to S4 Louis afU'r u visit to friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Elsoa of Mt. Leonard were, vis...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 January 1900

. TMI MARSHALL MfUBLlCAN. Extraordinary Bargains i To unload all kinds of winter goods. Largest stock of Clothing in Saline County to select from, We have just received a large and best bought line of Boys1 and Children's Clothing we have ever bought. Large line of staple, Dry Goods, Capes, Jackets, Blankets, Boots and Shoes all bought before the advance. Large line of Dolls at cost. Everybody come and get prices; get in line with the people and buy your winter goods at low prices. Yours -to please, Northeast Corner Square. M. Pl. FARMER. . Paasn ftr the Farm. tlon of Tho Uto Stock Indicator la thU county in a matter (or congrat ulation to the publishers and to good farming, for. of all tlio papers of IU class in the country, It I easily he beat and moit helpful. IU Special Farmer Institute editions, Issued with tho regular edition tho fl rut week hi each mouth, have been for years the admiration of all practical farmers. Written wholly by farmers, they are full of actual experience...

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. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Letter of Mr. Waters. Columbia, Mo. Dec. 1, ltW. My Dear Sir: I nin certain you arc interested In promoting In every way possible the grent Agricultural and Llvo Stock Interest of Missouri, and In that connection I wish to call your attention to tlio Short Winter Courses in Agriculture, Horticulture, and Live Slock Husbandry Which will ln nlToti d hero thin winter. TliCHoeours- os began .Inuunr.v "ud, and continue twelve weeks. They include lectures and pincltcnl uxcrolsos in judging nil classes ot llvo Moclt, especially feed ers nnd show cattle, and the best up to-dntc methods of breeding, feeding and bandittis: live flock. Attention will uUo bu given to the crops suit able for live stock and dairy farming, together with n thorough discussion of oolls, manures, farm building, ro tatlon of crops, etc. One month will bu devoted to practical butter and cheese making for those who desire thin specialty. The course In Horticulture will cov er nil the practical d...

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. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE ttN WW SNWH-,. WWWWw W r r j We Have Opened Our Spring Line Of EMBROIDERIES. We bought early before the prices went up offer Immense Lines of and we are prepared to Cambric, Swiss and Namsook Edges At Less Than Their Present Cost. We are showing exclusive Styles and Patterns New Things, which can only be seen here. We have divided the bulk of our stock into Six Big Lines at 5, 7, 10, 12, 15 and 20 cents. Every one of them is worth 20 per cent more money. We are ready to supply you, who have your spring sewing to do. lwajaG;wffAWwJwflW1fJVlfr LOCAL IN BRIEF. t-B-M John Mahard In on the nick lint thin week. Harry Striker will Hend Sunday at Hlgglnsvlllo. - Mlm Ida Tcrrll of tho country watt a visitor Tuesdoy. V. McClelland of Suit SprinH was In Marshall Tuesday. Marlon Pcterinun of Miami, wuh In our city on Monday. 8. I). Whiting of Hlgglnsvlllo, was In Mai-shall on Monday. KdltorT. M. Horuu of Illnclcwutcr, wan in I ho city this week. Kit Welch, tho guest...

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. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN MUs Mudlo Deny of Ml Leonard wt n vlltor Tuesday. Ir Will Kcllct of MhiicisiJfi.fi) rc- Mnert till morning from Chicago. Mttlo .Vcvorn Ayre U sick nt her home on llllil:url with scarlet fever. SjCCll Stephen of ltnoiivllh1 X lit Tm-sday night tilth Mr and .Mrs Ahtcl I.eOIIHI'll. Mlv Minnie mill .Inn if King of Shttckiffurd tuio shopping tit our city ttl week. Mobcl Porter tin lltlli- daughter of John Porter hat M'lirle fcrcr tit licr horn on Highland. Mr .1. I. Huston who has km vis iting irlntlvi i nt Kansas City, will re turn lioim' on lYIdiiy. Mr ltoht Sunddy uml slMci Miss Momlo ure In tin city from the w.'.t errf put t of tin county. Miss May Hupp returned to llurdln College. Mexico after a pleaant vls.t to her home In this eity. Mlses IMclla Dattc, uml t tt rIu Drear will leave rYIdut for u visit to Mlii Laura Orcar at Ureurvllle. I)r W. If. I Uncle went to Columbia o.i 'J'ucMlay. where he delivered an ud dress to the studentsof tho University. Mint. Lt...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 January 1900

ff THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Iotm. None of ui will be here at the commencement of the 21st century, ! other will have takon our placet), HO' let's cat arinK, anu oe merry. C P Doyer the gifted professor of Centennial School ha developed a ca of a cute nu-no-manla upon the subject of expansion, and from his article In last week'a Hustler, we fear be ban reached the Incurablo stave. The gentleman should know that in the very nature of things, all empires as well as republics limit sooner or later decay; furthermore ho knows or should know, that only those that ex pand and aggrandize themselves ever leave lasting foot-prints In the sands of time. Tho profoor also knows or should, that a literal Interpretation of "Justgovernmont derives its power from the consent of tho govorncd" would mean absoluloanarchy and that would destroy all tho advanced Ideals of civilization. There can bo no doubt but that thuasslinilutlonof the Philip pine Island will rslahHvh an American empire In the far cnt...

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. — 12 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MauzyWMofn. 'flic many friends of Miss Callie Wisdom, daughterjof Mr. and Mrs. C. C Wisdom of this city, were very much surprised to hear of her wedding on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 10, 1900. But wheu it be came known I lint Mr. W. C. Mau.y, a thrifty young business man of Knliokn, Mo., was the for lunate groom, they felt in a meas ure reconciled to the situation, al though loath to part with the fair bride, whose friends and admirers arc many, being one of those per sons greatly endeared with person :il magnetism. She, in both her so cial nnd business relations, was ever pleasant and courteous to all alike. Miss Wisdom has been employ cd as stenographer for D. I). Dug cins, a prominent lawyer of thii Hightshoe will go at once to house keeping, where the Republican joins with their many friends, in wishiug for them much happine; s. To Subftcribtra. Marshall Mo. Jan nth, 1900. At a meeting of the Board of Trustee's of the Fund for the lo cation of the Missour...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

I' : ....-. MARSHALtREPUBLICAN. i vm. MARH8ALL, SALINE COUNTY, MI880URI. JAN. 19. 1900. ho. 50. DOUBLE WEDDING WEDNESDAY. McLenjua-Raaahtrger, McLcbsmuMcGommII NuftMt at RasUeace of Dr. W. H. BUck. Dr. Thomas A. McLennan of Mt. Leonard, ad Mitt Violet Ransbergcr of Salt Springs, and Dr. Iv J. McLennan of Malta Bend, and Mm Bessie K. McConnell of Toronto, Can ada, were married on Wednesday afternoon, January 17, 1900, at two o'clock, at the real dence of Dr. Black on College Hill, Dr. lack performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hatuill and Mr. Herbert Ran bcrger were the only friend? of the contract ing parties who were present. Miss Ranberger,dressed in a becoming suit of brown covert cloth, with a stylish hat to match, was a handsome bride, possessing con siderable dignity, Hud many attractions, atid is lirw' WCUffavoiMrr Mlw if cCounett,tne daughterof a prominent capitalist ol Toronto, ' who has been the guest of MIsk Ranslwrger since her arrival on Sunday, was dressed iu a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

MAHSHALL REPUBLICAN. thtcrwJ at the.PootOfllco Id Marshall, Mo., r'" KKotid-olnvh nfatter. TKttMd: $1.00 VUll YHAR IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAMSHAM., MISSOURI, JAN. tJ, I900. Recently, facts have bent brought to light and general dissemination, as to Carnegie's purse contributions tbnt doubly justify uny former expression of opinion made concerning him. To the sum of $400,1, lie was willing to manifest ill-will for his own country in cabling the speech of Senutor Hour 10 the Philippines, prior to any open outbreak of the insurrection. With his knowledge of the intent of the gov ernmcnt lo.ard these Mauds his culpability for this glaring act of foreign s n p ithy can not be denied or dcieudtd. Not one good reason can be sustained that would expiate in the leant such tin action. The feelings thai prompted it must have been of that low. Iasc chnrncter, rising from per-o'ial malice and re venge. Carnegie's anti-imperialism has ever been colored by this charge and i- held i...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, Reception cod Banquet to L'AUc grezza Club. The event of the week in society, Ws the reception mid banquet giv es at Mistletoe parlors on Thurs day evening. Jnu. i8ili, 1900, to the Allegtczza club by the gentle en, whose wives ate m tubers of the above, together with several gentlemen friends of the young la 4kn of the club. The pnilorh wire hembont-ly and very gmrmily d eon.ted lcr tBtoccasuin with beautiful bndis staid and brides roses, smiihcrn sailax, with a number of handsome palms and potted plants scattered throaghout the reception suite, phik being the prevailing color. Messrs G. A. Wright, W. A. 'catty, S. W. Armcntrout, S. T. uater and Win. Striker forncd h lost graceful and easy receiving arty, who were m perfectly at hone in the art, its to convince 011c tkey had served in this capacity aince their early youth. We felt quite proud of thcut and nothing was overlooked, that the most fas tldious or exacting maid or matron coald have suggested. Th. ...

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