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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I Want You to Know That I Will Sail You' Harness and. Saddles or anything in that lino at vry low prices, consider ing the very great advance in material. Call and take a look 65 sets Static Hfty HtfMtt m ft tl SM Best hand made Mingle liar lien in the country. Dou ble buggy and team har ness a big stock at low prices. All kind of smies inn S3 ti gs. Nice stock of whips and lap robes. No tiouble to hIiow goods, and my prices sell them. Repairing neat ly and promptly done. I 0. EHRNNAN. LOCAL INiRIEF. Roburt King U a victim to lagrlppo Uii week. J. C. Branch Is quite Hick at bit liunM in thlH oily. W. J. Parrlsh loft Wednesday night for St. Louli on business. MrH. William Nook has been quite Mick at her homo In Slater. Mr. Webster and Steve Frar.ee, of Miami, were over Wednesday. Miss KlIcnT. Woodson leftwedncs day for Slater to vlnlt relatives. Mr. and Mm. S. I', wither, of Fair villi, were In shopping wednctiday. P. II. Franklin spent several days up on tho pla...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY- MALTA BEND- Jo Maker and wlfworetn Marshall Monday. Carl Maxwell hu gone to Wavcrly for a while. IV.vton Jeter wa In Kanxax City over Sunday. Fred Kemper of Lookout wn lien a few day thlx week. .1 W Hlalr of Halt Spring wax over hero Sunday evening. Duck are coming In thick und our hunter are after them. .1 .1 Sluxher uhlpjwd two car of fat cattle to K. C. lattt week. ChaH Fulton I In Mnrxhull tliln week In the capacity of petit jur.vtnun A lodge of Knight and I. mile of Security will mood be organized here Quite a number from here were nm moiled before the grand jury Tuexday .1 w Cochran and Kd Curd xhlpcd out a car of hog to KanxuxCity Tuex- day. II F Sluxher Ix in K. C. looking for a xltuatlon. Ifheltml work he will move there. Sherman Cllfl lit moving from here to Sharon, where he will work for lloht Snody. Mi'M A D Fulton wax quite nick Sat urday night and Siiuduy. hut In much Mter at thin writing. Kb Uozell had cent hi wagon and teamx overla...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MIAMI, Mm. Hello MolTat Id (iiltc Mick. .1. M. Null Ih in Brunswick UiIh week. Mrs. I'. M. y.va in )iitt seriously III. .1. S. Wilson, of Norborne, wai In Miami Tuesday ; also It. N. Smith, of Kansas City. We nix tflad to know that .1. II. Wheeler I convalescent from a seri ous spell of pneumonia. HniT.v Mm I In and wife anil Mrs. V. .1. Isaacs arc vlsltlnu relatives ami friends at Malta llcml. Mr. Mill Mrn. K. I.. Vinijrhnn, of Cripple Creek, Colo., nri! vlsitinir the former's parents of thU vicinity. MIhh .ell a Wuldcn left Suturduy I'Vi'iiliiK' for u visit to thu family of tu-r uncle. W. L. Pnrccll. at Malta Item). Mr. M I). Pate left Miami Mi mil ay for Converse, Mo., where she will make her home In tin future. Many friends regret her departure. Frank M, liurruss Iiiim Just returned from Sun Antonla, Texas, where he nuil his wife have sent a month reeii perilling. Their iiiimy friend will he Kind to sec Frank mo much Itnprovcil and to luirn Mrs. liurruss is ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Monarch Minstrels. The Monarch Minstrels, under the direction of the Marshall Con cert Hand, gave their initial en tertainment on Tuesday, March 20th. at the opera house, when they were greeted hy a large and enthusiastic audience, who oije and nil, pronounced it a mostcreditahle entertainment, and far above those usually given hy amateurs, each one in his own particular role prov ing himself an artist. Special mention must he made of Kuuiee McCurdy. not only in his monologues and solos, tint in the rendition of his newly invented telephone, which was most laugh able ami brought down the house. Mr. W. I,. Hoffman, as inter locutor, was certainly a credit to the entertainment. The comic song. "When you ain't got no money, you needn't come around," by Homer Hatton, was loudly applauded. The Marshall Mandolin Club played beautifuM and w.is a mark ed fe.iture of the entertainment. Robert K. Waid. in his "Imita tion Farm Yard Melodies," proved himself nu nrtist in hi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 50, 1900. NO. 5. GRAND JURY REPORT. MISSOURI PACIFIC WRECK. Another Grand Jury Condemn the Present Jail and Makes Recommendation to a New One. To the Judge of the Criminal Court of Saline County: The grand jurors of said court leg leave to submit the following report: VVc have exam amintd the records as fnr as practicable under the circumstances and find that they are kept in accordance with the legal requirements, and that the officials arc discharging their duties and make the required reports to the county court, accurately accounting for all public money that come into their hands. We have visited the county farm, nnd, as fur ns we can judge, the affairs of that institu tion are well miinngcd. The inmates report that they are well provided for and are satis v fled with the treatment they receive Mr. Oaer, the superintendent, say the farm is self-supporting. After inspecting the jail, we find that the sanitnry ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. Maksiiam.. Mo., Mahcii .to. iwxt. REPDBLIOAN 01TY TICKET For Muyor, . W. A. HEATTV. For Marnlinl. HAUDY OKKKK. For Collector, .IAMKS A. FISHKIt. For Alderman First Ward. K. It. llltOWN. For Alderman Second Wnnl. K. a. I.F.ACII. For Alderman -Third Want. JACOB FINK. Remember the city election next Tuesday. Vote for the city's welfare and you vote for your own. The trouble- of Saline County' Republicans are dwindling by com parison and wilt soon rest in the shade. They have become anti quated and are henceforth retired to mediocrity. Saline Democrats have the floor and are making it a bloody one! For the good of our public K'hools nonpartisan school Itoards are elect ed. For the good of Marshall, which includes schools, cluirclus, business, property and wages, the city's affairs should be placed in the hands of those best fitted to piomole her interests. The pestiferous John Jacob Lent is at least talented in riding ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. GREENE COUNTY REPUBLICANS t I m . inoonc riory ior uorernor and ac led Delegates. SPMtNOFiRi.D, Mo., March 24. The Greene County Republicans to-day selected two sets of dele gates, one to attend the Scdalia congressional convention, to le held April 10 iind the other dele Ration to go to Kansas City May 15. The meeting was composed of !14 delegates, and every precinct in the county hnd a full delegation. J. II. Duncan was made chairman of the convention. State Chairman Thomas J. Aldus and .loc Flory were present and addressed the convention. The resolutions adopt ed indorsed President McKinley's administration in very strong terms. Chairman Akins was commended and indoised for a second term. The delegation to the state conven tion was instructed to vote for Joe Flory for governor. Frank I). Roberts was the unanimous choice of tin convention for delegate to the national competition, all the other candidates witlidrawing in his favor. The following delegates were ...

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. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CENSUS TAKER. Will Aak Thctc Quetliotw. "How old are you? Arc you married, single, widowed or divorc ed? Is the bouse you live in, your own; and, if so, is it mortgaged or free? What is your occupation, and how many months out of the year are you employed?" These are some of the pointed, personal questions which will be asked during the taking of the twelfth census of the United States, which will begin June i and end June 15, 1900. The years 1900 and 1901 will constitute the greatest census-taking era in the history of the world. Besides this country, 14 ol the principal Kuropean countries arc to "count noses," but the census of the United States is to be more extensive than that of any other nation. The last census cost $ 1 1 , 27 1 ,500, and more than 60,000 men were employed in making it. This cen sus will be even 11 greater effort. The law requires that the census shall be taken between June 1 and July 1. As four of these days fall on Sunday, but 26 working...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The PkrUn Club Meeting. The Pietiau Club met with Mrs. J. W. Carter, March 26th. There was a lull attendance, the program being "Missouri Day". All were patriotic encugh to enjoy hearing 11ml telling entertaining things about our great Missouri men. Thomas H. Benton, Senators Vest and Cockrell, Congressman A. M. Docker y, Mark Twain, Eugene Field and many others received honorable mention. The reading from Field by Mrs. Ktifus Holloway was well chosen and pleasing to all present. Paper The plot of "At you All's Home", prepaied by Miss Annie Brice and read by Miss May Bran don, showed careful and thought ful preparation. It was a good pro duction. Paper Criticism of literary mer its nf "At You All's House" by Mrs Ben Nnylor was excellent. It thiew much light on the beauties of the liook that a casual reader would fail to discern. General dis cussion of the book lead by Mrs. Joe O'Day went into the philosophy of human life; grave subjects such as the fall of nmn b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Yor Good Health depends upon the foccl you eat. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder adds to the healthful ness of all risen flour-foods. Not only this, it makes the food lighter, sweeter, finer-flavored and more delicious. It is worth while to exercise care in pur chasing baking powder to see that you get the kind that makes the food more whole some and at the same time more palatable. PRICE DAKINQ POWCCR CO., CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF. I'lill Tucker of Slutcr was In Mar shall Tuesday. (). I. Sturm of the Index Ik on tho hick 1 1 mi this week. A llrst-cluss shoo for llttK' money to Ih found ut WrlKht'B. II. II. Parsons left Monday for Jef ferson City on business. Did you ever examine Wright' shoos? If not, why noty Miss Anna Stern, of Glasgow, in the yucst of Mm. Loslle Orciir. For shoes that lit well, weur well and look well, go to Wright's. 2w Congressman Jumes Coonoy mude Murshall u Hying visit this week. K. I). Miller of Arrow Hock was tho guest of Mrs. N. II. Nob...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. C. L. Hell, of the firm of Myer & Hell, returned Thursday from Bt. Louis where he Invested largely In boots and shoes for the spring trade. Mrs. Kverclte of Council HlulTs and Mr. Odnn Guitar of Columbia, the guests of Mm. Mary K, Wilson and family, have returned to their homed. Mm. V. K. Mallard, Mrs. I), h. Coocr and Mis Grimes scnt Turs day with Mm. .1. K. King at her country home, U miles north of the city. Mm. .1 H. Hatch and daughter, Miss Augusta, the guests of Mr. and Mm. A. A. Van Atisdalo at Hot Hurt, left Tuesday for thulr home In Kansas Oily. O. T. Ooodwln left Tuesday for lllnekliurn, Waverly and other points on his spring trip in thu Interest of Itosc A- Huckticr's clothing establish ment. The closing; exercises will take place at Kim (trove school Iioum, Frldny afternoon, April llth. Friends and patrons of the school arc cordially Invited. MU Lotta Miles, who has liccn cndliig sonm eighteen months with relatives In New ilrunswlck, Nova Scotia,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 1 ft 4 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 'ft ft ft ft m m ft fti -ft ft ft fc Mfr tffe iMfcfe fe tffc &k Mt fc 4 W WtFlF ltW 1 NEW YORK STORE We Art Prepared in Every Way to Attend to Your Wants in CARPETS MATTINGS LACE CURTAINS SHADES PORTERS Our Htock in all of thcmt lines in tho lnrg erit and iMirtt Kohict!(l in the county and wo are prepared to oiler the best goods for the least money and to do the best work ever turned out here. Here are a few luir-gaiim fioo .yard matting 12c r00yurds wlltoii velvet llfic LMHl yards stundurd taRtry Vo Luro lino if fringed rugs 7"k! New puttcrns ull-wool Ingrains, 41 to IITju Good Ingruln C'art. "mj Fur the spring season we have brought on about 300 rolls of kink MATTINUS, rnnglng In price from.- 20 to 4.io Thin 1h poHitively the largest stock of Mat tings ever seen in Marshall. These were bought early last season Ixifore the prices went up and we own thorn cheap enough to sell them at what competitors pay for them. MAYE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOW Fair Dealing, Low Prices and Good Goods is our motto. Our Dress Goods De- partment is the most complete we have ever had. Ladies, examine our dress - I, y I, goods, we will save you from 10 to 25 per cent. Our dry goods line is complete y ! vr 'n a11 'ts Drancne8 and at Pr'ceH that shame competition. t t t i t t t t t t t t t t MtMM KMMHMT. It In an acknowledged fact that we are the leaders of low prices In thin Hue BUT m SHOE MMITMMT. Every man, young and old, know that shoes have advanced to "beat the band." We have been fortu nate In this line, an wo bought our shoe for aprlng at the old price and thin means a Having to our trade NAT MMftTMNT. We carry tho largest line of Hati In tho county and at prlccM that move the HatH Remember we give coupons with every item we sell and when you have bought $25.00 worth we give you free, a Rolid rocker. Trade with us in 1900 and save moncv. yours rot low nm NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE. M. K, FARMER. LOCAL IN BRIEF. A. H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Papers for the Farm. The largo and Increasing circula tion of Ttie Llvo Stock Indicator In thin county Is a matter for congrat ulation to the publishers and to good farming, for, of all the papers of Its class In the country, It Is easily 'he best and most helpful. Its Special Farmers Institute editions, Issued with the regular edition the tlrst week in each month, have been for years the admiration of allpractical farmers. Written wholly by farmers, they arc full of actual experience and smell of the soil. Wo havo been fortunato enough this season to secure terms for Tin Indicator and Its Special Farmers Institute Editions, together with The I'oullry Fanner and The Farmers Mutual lusuianco Journal, four of the most valuable farm pub llcatlons in the country, that enable us to offer tho four in connection with our own paper for l.25 for the en tire live, one year. This Is emphat ically u good thing, and no farmer In this country should fall to tuko ad vantage of...

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. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SHACKELFORD. A I. lit, left fur K. C. Sunday. Mm Mark Cooper wan In Marshall Monday. Joe Ilaintl was here on business Monday. Mrs Mike Thompson Ih on the sick Hit in our vicinity. Will Carter and Alex Long left for Pettis county Monday to buy cattle. Misses Janie and Annie Campbell were shopping in Marshall Saturday. Mr and Mrs Stutth and daughter, Miss Maud visited Mr and Mrs Cooper Monday. Frank Carter, after a pleasant visit to Howard Co. friends, returned home . laitt Saturday. AbeYowcll who wasthreatened with pneuinonlu, In nome belter but not aide to bu out yet. Miss May F. van, after awcck'splcas aut visit to Mrs .Iik llumll returned home Tuesday evening. Misses Joule and Nettle King, Nellie Kennedy and Annie Campbcirvlsltcd Will Kellet and wife last Sunday. Richard A Love of Independence, candidate for I. lout. Governor, wan In our town TueMday. Mr and Mrs A I. SydeiiMlrlckcr of lllosscr visited the latter' parents, Mr and Mm McKcevcr near...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. tttttttttttttttttttttttttt4tttttttttttlttttttttttttt 9 THE LINE OF I Nio Tailored AT NEW YORK STORE ARE Pretty, Stylish and Reasonable In Price. Wo can fit you and iilenwi you if you will only givt us n uliaiirc. R-al Eetate l'nuifun. .lohn Sheer ,V wf to .1 P Tlghe. 10 A. 7."i0. CluUS Hl'Ochcrs A wf to C .1 Ar V t .'tiiiiioii. .Vi A. .VW-2:i: W.'smi. .1 AOrr.V wf to.l II It.vun. 120 A, :it.i: .'1,700. It T Maylleld .V wf to V .1 Woolum, 42 A. 2S..-.:i-20; . .1 A Duckworth to T V .V M K .lohn hom. Li) A. I l-"l-2l : .1 II Hedges uml wf toH B wcn.cl, 40 A, 2H.:i.20; W.I 00. Mgrs Roman Cnthiillc Orphun .V C H til to J It CuiupMI, pt lot h if. ,v (Ml, B Marshall: l,2.u. X .1 Ai P B Hmlth to .1 D Smith, 271 A. IIMtl-22: Louisa B Pltchnnr to M I Luugh lln. lot I.I, 14, ir A lit, hlk 2, Nup ton: fion. Bllxuheth .1 Ilriicc ct ul to IJ S A, Hm A. .Il.r.l-L'l: 2io. ' I) Rndgers to S v Hurrls. M A, V S Ruckle Ar wf to .1 M Hlsle. .'W A, 4-12.2I: tl.iNxi. C M FrunclHco. ui...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL-'-REPUBLICAN. Marshall Baptist Church. To Judge a Book. "To tell a good book from a bail one Is, a troublesome jr- demand Ing.'flrst, a strong understanding, second, knowledge, the remit of tudy and comparison; third, a delicate Dent Intent. If you have some measure of these Rifts, which, though in part the gift of the gods, may also be acquired, and can al ways be Improved, and can avoid prejudice political prejudice, no dal prejudice, Irreligious preju diet1, the prcjudlco of the place where you could not help being born, the prejudice of the univer sity whither chance sent you, all the prejudices that came to you by way of inheritance, and all the pre judice you have picked up on your own account an you went along if you can give all these the slip and riianagv to live Just a little above the clouds and insists of your own generation, why, then, with luck, you may bo right nine times out of ten in your judgment of a dead author, and ought not to be wrong more frequently ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISSOURI MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. St Louis held no election. Kxcelsior Springs elected a Republican mayor in William Crockett. Mexico was Democratic as usual, electing the entire city ticket of that party. The Cape Girardeau Republicans are jubi lant over the election of most of their city ticket. At Odessa, the Citizen's ticket defeated the reKular Democratic nominees, J. W. Prince being chosen mayor. Shelby ville for the first time since 1871 elected a Republican mayor in R Collier after a hotly contested fight. The Carthnge Republicans redeemed time city, making a clean sweep of every ward. James Ross was elected mayor by 336 majority. Fulton elected a Democratic mayor by a normal majority as well as a Democratic coun cil and two members of thepublic school board. R. M. Bowden, Republican, was elected mayor of Brookfield, while the other offices were divided Ik t ween the nominees of both parties. At Macon, the Republican city ticket went through with one excepti...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL 'REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, APRIL 6. 1900. NO. 9. MARSHALL MUNICIPAL ELECTION. The city election upon Tuesday resulted in the usual Democratic victory, though the mayor-elect ran 152 voles tehiud his ticket. The day wan quiet nn.l was character Ued by 110 incidents worthy of mention. OI'l'ICIAI. CITY VOTK. IF NAM I'. For Miivur llluli- V. A lleuty For MiuhIiuI- Ollle HiiriiM .1. ll.tlreeii For Collector --.lumi'M A. FUlii-r For Alderman - .1. M. IlulT K. It llrown (J. V. Newton K. S. Uaeh .1. V. Carter Jacob Fink P.xtentloaCity Llinllh Yen N School Directors II (5. Tiieker W. H. Newell For I MontliH School Ye No For HOc livy - Yen No For C'hunjre In llounilury i s5 I .III KIT 88 .fill I Jili252l"2,PN:W 102i 82 72.2.VI I I ...... . .HW.TM2MI0IHUI 2.M 110 240242 81 M 101 M0 IIM 47 2M232.V22H 278.128222 2tl0.3tM'221 o II' II I I 811 M .fi! All 141 111); 2.11174 It'll I 81 HI)' 11.1714.77 1H0. 83.V8.ti 88!8I8 1 784I7M 211 ltl480 Yen . 1234 2111 20l ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntered at the I'ostnlllce In Murshtill, Mo., ns second-class .mutter. TKUMSs l.tm I'KU YKAlt IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHAL!,, MISSOUKI, A I'KU. 6, HJOO. Webster Davis not content with puncturing his own hat and proclaiming the fact as an attempt upon his life, hat resigned his official position ns assistant secretary of the Interior and attempted another stage act. Having visited the country of the lloers and formed the personal acquaintance of Ootn Paul, he now enters upon the task of rousing his coun trymen's sympathies for the burghers of South Africa righting for their lilwrtyaud homes against Knglish greed. The Ameri can )eople are already warm sympathizers of the Doers, condemning Kuglnud for her un justifiable treatment of the brave Dutch of South Africa. Hut so far as any action upon our part involving this government in a dis pute with John Hull, conservative American opinion holds us aloof. Democratic p;icrs and t...

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