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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I)m:s Your 8toniach Dhtresf Yon? I)n ,voii liavi' pain In the side, tutu m'ii. sometime- vumlllrij. illstie-w af ter riillnc. bclchlni;. icMi-tIatloii. lo of appetite, dl.zlnc-s. Iliitiilcuec. IllOtll pUtl'Ilt'-. !.llL'.'Ull look, pim ple and n repul-lve complexion? If .vim have any if thc-c nyinptoins, ou have il spcpsla or stomach disorder. The new dl-covcry, Unlley's Dypep--la Tablcti brlnf- ijiilck relief, fol lowed liy a permunriil cure: pleasant tit Hike. W. .1. Hnlley. written mi each package. Price 'J."t cent-, po-t-puld. Made ly l.nkc-ldc Medicine i'i.. Chlrimo. Sample fiii'. Well Informed doctors prvferllx' tlicin. Sitlil by W. I Vuwtcr. draff l-t. ' liuvi' a baby huffy fr Mile, which liu- only been u-cd for u short while. It wn- a very haml-onic one, anil look new jet. We "III M-ll It for a hitrfitln. Call at this otllec for further purtlciil.tr. Died: February l-i. In I'l nix. Arlonu, Charles T. Ciirraid. iifcd lit vcnis anil month-: wu burled In Pho...

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. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INIRIEF. A. II. Stewart urrlvwl WednoMilay. AiiHtln llrown of Slater wan In tho iiy WeilnoHilay. I.oiiIh Itlchardnnii of Nelson wiih u vlMltoi'Tiio.nlay. Prof, i:. I'.. Ilai licit of Mluml, vlnll i ll Miii-hIiuII I'rltlay. .1. V. ItoWitson of Ml. l.eoiiard wiih In tho olty Tuexiluy. MIih. Mary CdoiIxoii loft Tuesday for u vtftlt to relatives in Carrollton. Will llanro.-k anil Frank Cntrrkln of llliiokliuru worn Intlioolty Momltty. Mr. Twllllm: llvlujr 4 lulli-M not tit of tlic clt Imik a I'lillil very fU'k with -rurli't fever. An exquisite lino of toi'i'lioiiNln end Iohh variety of patterns jiint rtrulveil at Wright'. 2w MIh.oh Mildred anil Katie Smith It'll Tuesday for a vMt to their lunth it Mr. .1. II. Stnllli. A new llni'of jetteil holt Iii u very lili't1 alllele: iiImi tin iiiiIiIiIohI dojf .ullar Ml- ut W'l k'l.r-. Morn to Mr. and Mrs. lid Ilea uf ColTeyi llli. Kiiiimi-. on Tuesday, Feb. Htli. IIMMI a duiifchtor. Ml"" May O'Owjer lui returned to her ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . - .Jk'Jk'.Jk'.Jk'.Jk.Jk'.Jk'.J X THIS KIND OF A CUT SUITS ALL X 9 m 9 SPECIAL SALE OF YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS AT X HALF-PRICE X J. . DAWES Has liought the entire Clothing and (tent' Furnishing goods stock of I. O. Striker, and offers tint greatest reduction in price that Marshall lias ever known. Every YOUTHS' AND CHILD? SUIT OR OVERCOAT X X X X Absolutely At X HALF PRICE X Suit", former prices $15.00, wo now offer you at 7.50 Suits, former prices $10.01), we now offer you at .r.00 Suits, former prices 5.00, we now offer you at S'J.fiO Suits, former prices 52. fit), we now oiler you at l.tffl EXACTLY HALF PRICE. ft 6 r. r. r. fSr : ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft J. J. DAWES, Marshall. I 9 Don't Fail to Investigate this Sale- 19 & a.Mil.!i. Vnurt fnr Riiaina.. 4 .II . IN THE COUNTY. MALTA BEND. CaudidutcH art thick. AiioUiit wedding soon. If rumor Ik Correct. .1 W Frnnkllu win in Mui hIiuII Wed-nc-iluy. I.IIIIc Payne Ih over from Salt Spring ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SALTSPRNCS .1. V. Hrnwn i-epnrtM III snro ln-iter. Out' uimmI rontla of lnt wn-W tire tnnirly tiupiiHHtiltli' now. I'.xtcr Mnt-tln M'iit Huiiiltiy tit hi home in-iir MiiihIiiiII. Milton AIIImmi, of Mnmliull, won lien- iiwlillo luttt Thurmlny. Dr. Tom .Moljfutiun untl wife were here Suinluy from Mt. lA-ouonl. Win. Mi'Cti'llunil wan out afi'Wiliiyn iIiIm wi ck looking for Mock cattle. . It, llui'oii. tlic Ik iie iiuil mull! Imjer, of Miii-.-liull. wui here Sutur iluy. MuMer John tlrowti ami Anilernn Oi r wci-i1 on tin xlck Hot u few iluyn till week. .1. I. l-'illkeiMin l rt 111 eiililllieil to the Iioiim'. We Iioh to report him belter next wli. Will. I tinier wii tlirelitelieil with iuelimolllll tin HlM of Die week, lie l reiol teil better. .1. II. (itilluwuy xolil III-, eoi'ii cnii to ItiuiilM incf ,v Vtiwter for 2c per Ini-licll. hIicIIciI ami delivered. Ml MiiIn'I AIIImmi returned to Iter home In MiiikIiiiII Tliuixluy of lut week. Iler Kl"ter. MIhh IIcm.c. In n...

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. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Brown's in Town. a r Tliu .story tells troubles which stir- The lively farce, "Hrown's In Town." conies to Marshall Wed ttcMluy, February 14II1, where the audience will surely laugh over the string of complications which .ire slid to furnish endless fun through the three nets. The niitli or has done some clever work as n farceur in this play, both in itieti ions arrangement nnd abundance of farcical incidents, with catchy songs, bright music, and nl.-o in the crisp and buoyant humor of the dialogue rhicflv of the round a newly wedded voting couple who wish to keep their marriage 11 secret until they can devise some good reason for breaking the news to the groom's father, who strenu ously objects to his i-on's marrying until he reaches a certain nge. Numerous friends and relatives dis turb the early connubial happiness of the young couple who hide in a near by country place nnd assume the name ol Hrowu, and the plans nnd subterfuges necessary to get rid of them a...

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. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEB. 16. 1900. NO. 2. A NERVY NEGRO'S ESCAPE. NEGRO MEAT STEALERS. Captured in Malta Bend. Attempted to Pm a Bogus Check in Payment for Clothes. Orlea Turk, n Malta Henri negro was in Marshall Friday to buy clothing. He had no cash, hut riiri carry in his oHscssion a liogus check for ti 1.50, which, after selecting scl eral desired articles at the New York Store, he tendered in payment for the same. It was supposed to have been given by Win. Gray son on Wood & Huston Hank, the carrier be ing very explicit as to the (ceding he had been doing (or Mr. drey son, for which the check had leen rendered liim. The check was written in a very crampt and ungainly baud, the amount !eing only in figures and not written; furthermore it was made payable to Harton, whom the hearer represented himself to Ik, and was signed by "Willie" Grayson. With these ear marks of fraud, the check upon being received at the office, was immedi ately s...

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. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'iiUmimI nl the I'ostoltlei' In Marshall. Mu a. -'l'(llll-l'llf' IlllltlCl'. TKKMS; Jl.iM H'.lt YT.AIt IN' ADVANCH. PEUCY H. VANDYKE, Editor. MAltSltAt.l,, MIsSOt'KI. I'KH. lf, loon. Col. Mose Wetmote is the only practical innti attending the Democratic pow-wow tit Chicago, which is masking as an anti-trust conference for the purpose of manufacturing iMtlitical hotnlmst for the Democratic Kims. The colonel should iitipirt his knowledge acquired through actual experience in heating if not "busting" trusts. The Kentucky legislator, who chnracleries Oocbel as next in point of greatiuss to Christ, dons not exceed H'ackliurn in his lack of re paid for either truth or consistency. Me who ptoclniuied, that he "would liury Sanford's Mayer in the depths of merited puhlic execra tion" liecame so dwarfed in integrity and honor, that it befell his lot to laud that self same (inchc! five years later, as a hero, states man and maityr. The Kansas City Tim...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. C. L. LATIMER'S DEATH. Hi Relative Suspect Foul Play, but Circumstance Poiat to an Ac cident. Relatives of C. I,. Latimer, a stockman of Marshall, Mo., who died at I lie Coe sanitarium recently, have asked the M)lice to investi gate the circumstances lending tip to the injuries received by Lati mer itt Kansas City, which are thought to have resulted in his death. They Miscct foul play. A careful investigation by the lMilicc, however, disjels this theory. Patrolman Nichols found Latimer nt Twelfth and Walnut strcetsearly on the morning of January 23- He was hatlcss ami was bleeding from several wounds on his face. He claimed he had fallen down and hurt himself. Patrolman Nichols called the wagon and Latimer was sent to the police headquarters, where he was locked in a cell until he lcciiuc sober, when his wounds were dress ed by Police Surgeon Loiigau. The injuries were described by I)r Lou gan as a laceration over the left eye and contusions on the nose. About n...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Muticale, Mrs. Abiel Leonard gave n de lightful inusicalc on Monday after noon, the occasion lieing the fif teenth birthday of her son Horace, who made out hi own list and in vitcd nbont twenty of his young friends to spend the afternoon. A very fine musical program was ren dered, the best musical talent of the city, among the young people, whs secured and the musical pro gram was one of rare merit. The Ariel Quartette opened with a fine selection, after which Miss Agnes Lester Hall gave an instrumental selection on piano in a most credit able manner. Her playing show ed close application for one so young. Miss lone Rogers was one of the pianists of the evening, ren dering some classic selections in their best style. Instrumental selections on piano by Mis Floy Tucker, n:cmpan'ed by Noble Hruuaugh on violin and later iu the evening, accompanied on the mandolin, that were indeed a welcome addition to the program. Warren Viley was on for a banjo solo, that was t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Real Estate Transfer. I,. A. am! James Stern to F.. A. llarksdale, part lots 3 niul 4, Cm. Add Slater, $1000. 15. 1). Norvell grant to M. K. and R. 11. VkhI, & interest in Ho acres 14-52-30, $177.77. ('co. Kill's to O. M. nnd Henry Sutton, tots y and 10, Mock 3, Nel son, 500. T. W. I.ncy to J. M. Wilhitc, put lot 4, K. Marshall, $1025 J. K. Lyons to Moggie Footc, yi acre 1 1-52-50, ("aoo. Maltha Wyatt to Andrew Pow ell, 40 acres. 1 and i2-52-'-'o, $500. J. II Fordham to P. L. Peak, 40 acres y4y-23, 16oo. Henry Jacoliy to P. C. Allen, 140 acres 15 and 16 49-21, 2oo. Win. Gocis and wife to Maria C. Gregory, 328 acres 2 and 3-49 iy, 7000. S. Shannon and wife to W. II. and II. !. Lawless, 40 acres 16 49. so, f5o. J. F. Orr to F. P. Orr, 74 acres 2 48-20, 51500. I.eo lliirfeiud et al, to I.ouis Hur feind, Ho acres 4 and 5 48 24, 3000. C. I.. Gneriu to C. P. and G- W. Harold, Ho acres 14-51 iy, 950. I. K. ().slNrn am litis, to G. I), and J. M. Swinney, lots 15, 16...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DFL 9- CREAM BMING POWDER Made from Grap2 Cream of Tartar, and Absolutely Pure Highest award, Chicago World's Fair. Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists. PfllCC (UKINQ POWOIA CO., CMICAOO. LOCAL INIRIEF. Hurton Dawes Hcnt Hutunloy In Slater. W. A. Hooty was In Kansas City Monday. Nov Ireland, of Nelson, was a visit or Monduy. Martin Guuldln spent Sunilny with friend In l'xlngton. Willlum Mitchell, of Hlgglnsvlllo, wuh a visitor Monday. J. ('. Putterson mudou flying trip to niuckburn Saturday evening. Mm. A. Gorrcll Ih visiting friends In tho Houthcrn inrt of thu county. MIhm Gooigio Montague, who linn been quite Hick for u week Is convales cing. V. L. Now lee, Hose ft Huckncr's tailor, returned Monday from St. Louis. Walker Fulkcrson returned Satur day from a business trip to St. Charles. MiHNeri Ktta and Hilda Morrison, of tho county, were Snipping lit Murshull this week. George Hryunt, who hus been sick, thrcutencu with pneumonia, Ih con vulosclug. Pat Doncho...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VYWVYVVVVYY ROCKERS. To every person that buys $25.00 worth of goods at my store will be given one of those Solid Oak Rockers free of charge. Don't fail to call for coupons. We do not only give you a Rocking Chair Free, but we will sell you Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Etc, for less money than any firm in Saline Co. We want to make 1900 our banner year. Yours to pltMHo, NorthtMHt Corner Square M. It. FARM BR. Leslie Oronr vent to Kansas City Monday. 8. H. HurkM wan hero from Slater Saturday. W. O. Illalr wait In Kansas City Saturday. Miss Anna Poun In tho guest of friends in Slater. J. 8. M. Huff spent Saturday in Slater on business. .TeMHO MoMahanof thcfillllum Hoe, spent Saturday In thu city. MIhh Annlo (lUlhory left Friday for a visit to frlenda at Malta Heud. Mrs. Matt how Camplicll U nt 111 very Hick at her home on Lafayette Ave. It. II. Wright and Thou. Koltortson, of Mt. I,conard, were In Murshall Saturday. Misses Frances und Sheila Nuptnu ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ditcovered by Woman- Another great tll-eovory ha- Ih-oii made, ami that ton. hy n lady In thl onuutry. "IM-eiiin' fu-tetied It- clut-oho- upon lit-r nml for -oven year- -In Wltll-tOOll ItM -I'VOlO-l tO-t-, lnit Iht vlltil organ- wit' undcrmlm'd mid ilt-utli -reined Imminent. I'of tlirt month- flu' coughed Ince nntly, and could not -loop. Sin- llniilly dl-cov-trod a way toreonvory. hy puroha-lng ol mi. a liuttlc of King'- Si'" Uli" covcry for Con-uiiiptlnn. anil wait o iiiiu'Ii relieved on taking llrt do-o, that flu" -lopt all night: ami with two hnttlo-. Iiui. Im-i-ii uholutely onii'd. Iler name 1 1. Mil". I.uthor !. Thu-write- V. F. lluinnlek .V Co.. of Shol liv. X. f. Trial hot tie- fret' at P. II. IVankllnV drug itor'. Itcgulnr hIzc ,Vo ami l. Kvi-ry hnttlo guaranteed. Ilolloway wan on tin- -int ni It. Ik' at tlic mill. Momlay ami unalili' to .MIo- Kllon T. WootUon ami Mnrtlia Ilea wont through tin trying nnlonl of having tliflr fortune, tolil recently. A let...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INiRIEF. .John Litton returned Monday from Hluter. IjOiiI fowcutcln wiiH In Hljlice Monday. J. It. ThomtiN of Ml. lA'onnt'd was ti vlltor Tuesday. Cicore lluttou returned to St. Joseph M oiid uy. (.'nlvln Hnoddy, of Stunhoc, was a visitor HiIh week. Dr. and Mm. Ward of (Jlllluni were visitors UiIm week. A. Itiiimlicrj'cr of Sweet Spring wuh In the city Suturdiiy. MIhh IIiiiikIh returned Thursday from it vIhIi to friends ul Scdulln. Mm. V. I'iih IhIi of thin city Iiuh liccn tuiKiiij,' those reported nick thin W-ck. Mm. .1. Vnn Dyke Iiiih liccn quite Kick till week at her Inline on Hunt wood. Mr. mill Mi. Civil Wilson lire vln ItliiK Mr. ntid Mm. .1. It. '1'liomiiH m Ml. ijt'onurd. Ahe Stroiisc nn old friend of Mr. (ieoiK'e Mlleliell win u visitor In our city this week. Vi- remet to leiirii tlml Mr. T. V. (whin, who Iiiih Invii nick some ten duyn, Ih not ho well. Outing cloth gowns at ,vjc mul going like liol cakes at Wright's. New wull iaHrH In cndlcHH vurl...

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. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. X THIS KIND OF A CUT SUITS ALL 2 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ft SPECIAL SALE OF YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS AT HALF-PRICE X J, J. DAWES I Inn bought the entire Clothing and (tcntx' Kitrnixhing goods stock of I. . Striker, and oilers the greatest reduction In prices that Marshall lias ever known. Every YOUTHS AND CHILDS SUIT OR OVERCOAT X X X X Absolutely At X HALF PRICE X Suits, former prices $15.00, we now oiler you at 7.50 Suits, former prices 1 0.00. we now offer you at f.00 Suits, former prices $5.00, v now ctlTtir you at S'J.fiO Suits, former prices ?'J.ro, wts now oirer you at Sl.'Ji EXACTLY HALF PRICE. Don't Fail to Investigate this Sale I I rAAiAre Ail H 4 It Means Something. i Yours for Business, "v vJ. tVrtVV&9. ITICUblldll. .loe Mitchell U In rhletmo till week mi liu.lnc... Mi'x. ('. .M. Spencer anil family tin I !.... .1... I ll li llli; nun i in- nt'ili K' 'inn inni-r, Mt. Mary (rum u vl.lt tti relative ton. . ,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SALTSPRNCS .1 I' Fulkrrsoii I reported mime IhI tcr thl week. Chillies I lin ker' fiiinll.v have innv nl tlii'lr hou-ehohl tfood to lovvii. llrlllCll ItlltlMlN't'C)'!' lltlclldell till' play tit V.allu lli'iid Friday nltfht. Will Hadcl' spent II few du.Vll of this week vlsllliur relative In Marshall. Del It Hull of Marshall wa- here Monday making n professional I'ull. A Ittiu-hcrircr nnil .1 M Fiilkcrson llllll It I'lll' CIll'll llf lltltfH Oil till! St Lollls market mi Thursday. Miss llcslc Allison ctiinc nut from Murshiill Tiic-day evening nnil return cil Thursday iiioi iiiii.'. .1 W llltitr spent Muniliiy nnil Tii'--ilny In K. ('. Mi' intended the repub lican banquet while there. N No well ha t' ml I'lK'tiil Inurs from Win McClcllnud inn) Win Huncr ami Duucmi Orr to lie delivered on or before the 1st of April lit lit per piiiiml. .1 W llrmvn vii liken to Knu-iis rity Thursday mnrnlii.' liy DrTom Mi'l milium. They Intend to cnn-ult with mi eye -iMflulUt In rcj...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT PROCE: DINGS, At Thursday ai Frifay'a Smloai Concluded From Last Week Grand and Petit Juries Se' lected. F OBsiudict, J P The following road overseers pre sented annual settlements which were approved and warrants drawti ns follows: J. H. Reynolds $670 62 J. 1 Cahill 306.98 J. Hctisick 728.64 T. A. Umbarger 379-55 Court orders F 11 Hay. bridge1 commissioner, to build iron bridge 111 see. line aG-5,v-' 1, between N-H' and S K quarter. New floor ordered constructed i in Scott and Coouey bridge over , Btackwatcr and Rock fold bridge over Salt Fork. Iron bridge ordered built over Crooked Creek north of Hcrudoii. Co. Clurk present assessment of C & A and Boottvillc branch and 1 Lexington branch of Mo. Pacific; I approved and sent to State Audi tor. Miscellaneous accounts allowed. C Oser presents settlement which is examined and approved. Amt. found to be due to county $234.25. Hill for grand jury witnesses in amount ot 152.75 presented and approved a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

CO u MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, FEB. 25. 1900. NO. 5. SAMUEL DOWDEN SPOTTED. Crooked work has, for quite awhile, been suspected in the Mt. Leonard frost office, but no sufficiently incriminating evidence could be secured for the fastening of the irregulari ties upon nny individual. Hat unlay evening however, Post Office Inspector McKec of this district, alter a thorough investigation of the frauds, which hud been perpetrated, ordeied the arrest of Samuel H. Uowdcn, deputy post master nt that place, charged with three of fenses, forgcry,embe..lemcnt and the issuing of false money orders. This occured on Saturday evening and though Dowden protested his innocence, he was huriicd awny to Kansas City the next morning' There he waived preliminary ex amination Itefore United States Commissioner Nuckols on the charges for which be was ar rested, and employed a lawyer in his defense. His bond for appearance before the next federal grand jury was fixed at $500...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KnltMcil nt tin" Postnlllcc In Murxhtill. Mit.. a ffcdml-iHiiMH matter. TKIt.MH: l.nn !i:it YF.Att IN At) VAN 'I'.. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOt'KI, I'lill. 2.V IOOO. The Rjum'iii.ican is compiled to go press Thursday, prior to the naming of the city ticket on that evening. The ticket is sure to he n good one nnd worthy of the sup jxjrt of the citizens of this town. hi this issue nre published upon the Inst page, the statement of three of Marshall's hanks, to which we call the attention of our readers. Note the reports of these stable fin ancial institutions and cNiimitic thetu. The Slater Index this week heroines the Sa line County Index, moving to Marshall, where its publication will be continued. R. C.IIorne has purchased u half interest in the paper nnd plant mid will become editor, while (). P. Sturm, will assume the business management. The Jnyhawker, a populist paper of the state whose name it carries, proclaims its de ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Israel S. Nordyke. An old citizen of our town is gone, otic of tlie old familiar land marks of the town, coining hen- in the spring of l.Sdfi. He was ns well mid favoralily known as any citizen of our village. Mr. Nordyke at one time was engiged in the mercantile busin.;.ss here, running through a period of a number of years, lint for Mime years past, he lias been looking after his private business. The infirmities of age, and fail ing health have kept him confined at home fur quite a while. His home was his piradisenud his wife find children his delight. livery tiling w.is harmoninits and delight ful in that beiutiful home and his family was quite as devoted to him as he to them. Mr. Nordyke was a very zealous mid devoted mem her of the Haptist church and for many years after the war. he was not only the pastor, hut main sup prut of ill-: congregation. Hiring a very devoted Christian, well vers ed in seiipture, he wnsnvctyef liricnt minister of the gospel and d...

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