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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FKIJ.1., 1!)(M). Dr. Ifachman, Dentist, north side square. 3m Win. Frazier, near Rush Hill, ist visiting in Ohio. Vnndalin boasts of a lightning chicken picker. John F. Harrison, wo learn, will be in the raee for Sheriff. Abe. VVillley is in Montana to seek employment. Horn, to Key. and .Mrs. F. Shniish, a daughter. .M. Corn is selling at .'il cents in Dean (.'reek vieinitv. The Confederate Home at Hig ginsville is overcrowded. Harvey Fuhnnks is in Oklahoma and will likely locate tnere. Mexico is moving to organize a stock company for a county fair. Joseph Thomas and family, near Rush Hill, will move to Joplin. (t. W. Kidgwav will, we under stand, he in the race for Sheriff. John L. Day, of Centralia, aged 7(i, died of pneumonia last Thurs day. W. S lireever is at home in Mex ico from service in the army at Puerto liico. J. II. Starr of Tulip vicinity shipped .")()() sheep to the St. Louis market last week. One of Mexico's saloons has closed. IVrhaps a good sig...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1900

3v THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FEU. IS, IN Ml Some men will ilo most nu tliinj.: but work. Keeping up npi'i'iii'iiiiees many men down. keep J. F. !"isk, one of the best inert in the county, is in the race for Collector. Sometimes a man thinks that he cannot get along without a wife; only to lind, when he gets one, that he can do nothing with her. Last Thursday morning at .Jeffer son City Anton I leister, aged t."i, was killed during a severe wind and rain storm. Prof. Geo. l Moore, of Youngs Creek, this County, has been granted a State ccrtilieute I y Nitpercintendent Carriugton. Too Many Large Farms. A Boone County exchange says: "This county, like many Missouri counties, suffers from too many large farms. It has been said that he is a benefactor of his race w ho makes two blades of grass grow where only one grew before Ilo who makes two farms where only one was before will be even more a benefactor. There is too much grass in this count v now: Moth fanner and townsman would be benefitte...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1900

Missouri Mp (TV (TV SAGE v. A VOLUME 1. M1:aIC0, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1000. NUMBER 16 If you Receive This Paper as a Samplo Copy, Don't 'yH';Sf!. . E News and Comment ' K k A t rust ait)iinr the coroners ol Kentucky may lie the next. The power of an idea is no. to he measured by tne noise of its utterance. Wu ulwaxs count him a wise man who knows as little as we do ourseives. It is now slated that the Kldon railroad will be bunt to Mexico this summer The estimated value ot' all school property in this State is seventeen million dollars. Now there is talk of a creiualo, y trust it was too hot lor l)ives cen turies uj-o, but it still lives. A pessillient lias oeeil diiilied to lie a person who can find a silver dollar and be disappointed tliat it isn't plumed. It lias been truly said that a whistling girl shouldn't crow to much nor a crowing man wet his whistle too often. The eighty-seven great railway systems that have formed a huge ticket pool will result in ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1900

TI4W JVf F Z M fZ F I MlCt AVAEkJJJ Published Kvcry Thursday. John 1kal, Kditor mid Proprietor. Entered at the Postollice nt Mexico, Mo., as nccoihl-clnss matter. Terms of iil)srr!ifiin : One Year $1.00. Sit Monlhi soccnis. Three Months 25 cents THURSDAY, FEU. 22, l'lOO. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For State Senator. We are authorized to iinnniiiicc M. K. K. Illi.liS a candidate fur Slate Senator fur this dis trict, subject to the action of tin' Demo cratic Jiurty. For Representative. Wc arc authorized to announce ItiloDKs ( LAY a candidate for Ucprcsentative "T A 11 -ilrain County, subject to tin1 action f 1 1 n Democratic party. The Saloon Question. TllK Mexico Ledger contained an article a few days ago from the pen of Dr. II. K. Ilinde of this city which the Mkss.;i: makes haste to must heartily endorse. It is con cerning the saloon; or "murder mills", as Dr. Ilinde calls those places. Dr. JJinde is one of our most widely iniornictl and upright citizens and his word Iris standing in the churc...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. Fi:H. '', l!to. Dr. Haohman, Dentist, nortl Mile square. -'!ni .loplin has her own electric light plant. Miss Mary liartictt is ill will j n i'H iii n in . Horn, to Dr. II. S. I 'a v and wife, a daughter. Hertie Kim y, ('urryvillo, order tlie Mkssauk to her address. (feorgo Langstoii, near (Vntra lia, died last Friday of pneumonia The Will, l'olloek Milling Co.. of tins city lias bought an interest in the Sturgeon Hour mills. D. K. Patterson and funiih, of Youngs Creek vicinity, have moved to I'ost Falls, Idaho. Hew S. C. (iivens, a proininen Baptist minister, died at Louisiana last Thursday, aged (if years. llarvev Kiehardson of Youngs Creek will move to the .lame. .Johnson farm near Hush Hill. . II. Northeiitt was arrested here last week, wanted on a ehnrgi of bigamy in Sent land County. A "hoodwinkcr" found souk "suckers'' on the southwest cor ner of the square Monday after noon. Homer "Clip" Shoots, colored, is dead. He lived in Flat Hock. He was a hard wor...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1900

THE MESS AOL THUHSDAY. FliH. 'JJ, 1!KM .1. V. Smith mid fiiiiiil.v mmc from thin vicinity this Meek to St. Albans, Yennont. Mr. Smith is n clover gentleman, ami liis many friends here wish him ami his ;ih1 wife success ami prosperity in their now homo. One of tin- Mr.ss.viK exchanges says it tikes a rich man to draw a chock, a iretty girl to draw atten tion, n horse to draw a curt, a po rous planter to draw the skin, a toper to draw a cork, a free lunch to draw a crowd and an advertise ment in your home paper to draw trade. Many women thrnout the country make good money out of their chickens. Some women have clothed the entire family with the proceeds of the chicken yard, and some have bought their homes b intelligent management of theii tloeks. lv'hodes (May announces thru tin Ml'.ss.Mie this week as a candidal) for Representative of Audrain County. Mr. Clu. has the ability, and wo believe he would make v. most careful and conscientious ollii'ijll. He would ask the Voter.- to caref...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1900

Mi M AGE. PYII I"., A VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900. NUMBER 18 If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr fi News and Comment i x Tlic Wabash will put in a much needed toilet room nl the depot. I. V, Chit, late il' 'iiimr I'rt't'k vifinit.v, will raise poultry nt'iir Mexico tliis summer. Unless ii man is influenced 1 a woman, tayn tlic ( 'liii'ii;;ii News philosopher, lie is licit her very tfootl nor very bad. Longfellow: It' we could rt-iid Hit' secret history of our enemies we should find in each niiin's life sorrow and MiH'crine ciioiioh to disarm all hostility. "I persuaded my best ;irl to have a tt'lt'ihoiit' i ut in her home, so that slit' could use it everv day to call me uj," said the sonilicr eycdnian. "l)ocsn't she use it to call you up.'" "No: she calls me down." The Chillicnthe Mail and Star says: Walter II. Yethcrshas tiled suit against the W'aliash road, lie esti...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bkal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the PostoH'ice nt Mexico, Mo., as prrond-clflHB mnttor. Term of Siibsryijifioii : One Year $i.uo. Six Months 50 cents. Three Months 25 cents THURSDAY, Ma It. 1, l'JOO. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For State Senator. We a r nut hor i'il to n n in m t u" M. It. K. nn;i;s a candidate for State Senator fur this dis trict, Hilltji't't to till' action nf tin' lli niii oratlo party. For Representative. We n n- luitliiiilccl to ii mini i iici- KIlDliKS (LAY n candidate fur Kcprosentutive ol An drain ('(unity, subject tu tin- action i.f ih. iM innorutic party. For Sheriff. We lire authorized tu aiinouiice IIAKIIY ATTTIIsuN u candidate fur Sheriff', snlijcct to Ilic ac tion of the I c i nt m' ru l if iji t-t . For Assessor. Wr are authorized to annniii S. A. IT'I.IS ll c.indldute for Assessor. subject to notion of the Democratic party. Ilic For Prosecuting Attorney. We lire authorized to mil we II. b. IIU KI.KV u I'uaitiilii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1900

( THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAIL 1, 1!mmi. Dr. Ihichiiiuu, Dentist, north side square. ;hu County Teacher's Institute in Mexico next Saturday . Ninety head t if sheep sold at a sale near Terry last week at an iiveriitfe of .7.117. Harvey Hnhnnks is back from Oklahoma. He was not satisfied to locate in that climate. C. X. Turpin, Lnddonia vicin ity, yvns on business with -I . II. Lawler in Mexico Tuesday. On a unit of the storm estcr- day, the funeral of Miss Mary Harnett was postponed until to. day. Doctor K'hett Ifoliinson. of near Champ, has moved to Mexico and expects to practice magnet ie ln-al-iutf. Thurston Huberts, some ten or twelve miles northwest of Mexico. a will move to Kansas City toenyaye in liusiness. The Holiness church at Centra lia has called Wev. II. 10. Kitnbrell of Randolph County to he its pas tor, who takes charge at once. Miss Nettie Stevenson, of near Centralia, was the ynest of Mis: Kate Hollopeter, of this city, from last Friday to Tuesdav of this week. .lohn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1900

THE MESSAGE TllUIISDAY. MAI!. 1, I'M to A Bad Accident. The IVitv Knt.T,ns.. .navs: .1. M. Hall or .Mixin, Vitii..l.if ...,.1 .,,...,. . it :. iuhi(i linn ii.-. iiii- i in I I i iilnrs nliout llfiiry Chit. .Ir., t Florida pelting slmt lu'riilinth Thmvilny iit'tcinonn. A niMiil hunt was piven at Unit )!; mi that lny, niul Mr. Out ami Iinl Jackson were topellier. Tin y vv lassinp thru a pate on . I no. Viiii uVvcntcr's farm. nnl t In pate was hatipinp on one liinpc. ami 1 i I not open very well, ami younp Chit lusht'(l the pate jiarlly open ami slipped thru the openiup, ami Mr. laekson followed, ami when pass ing thru u pull of wind Mew the pate apainst the pun hammer, which he was carry inp under his arm with the inuz.lc pointed to the pround, and it was discharped and the whole load took effect in ('air's ripht ankle, poinp linn the ankle and cominp out thru (lie instep. Jackson took his coat off and laid Out down on it and made him as coinfortalile as possible, ami then weiittoJno....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 March 1900

Mexico Missouri m SAGE -A. ' J VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1000. NUMBER 19 y If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr 'MM News and Comment , Tin coal chutes at Wush nrt beino; torn away. Hill Huiinihnl is prepai iny; to build a cniiuinr and pickle factory. Miss (icrtiu M.-C 'all of Wush Hill was obliged lately to unit her Ktndics at I'hillienthe on account of the failing of her eyes. "Editor Kurk of Stewartsville," says the Alhany I cd'er, "boasts of the population increasing six teen in one week. One family of ten moved in and brought six dojjs.'' A follow at Sheridan, this slate, thought, to have a little fun wilh a rat. Ho poured coal oil on the rat, touched a match to Mr. Wat and let him m. Two buildings went up in smoke as a result. Wisdom from the Macon Citizen : The Maryvillc Republican is for H. (). Stauard for the Vice Pres idency, while the Triliiine would prefer W'eh...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 March 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Kvory Thursday. John I3KAli, Kditor and Proprietor. Entered Bt the 1'ostnflleo at Mexico, Mo., as (Krond-rlofH matter. Trrmx nf iVubxrriptlon : One Year $1.00. Six Months 50 rents. Three Months 25 tent TIIUH81UY. MAW. n. limn. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For State Senator. We imtliorizi'il t" Jt itm mtn-- M. I!. K. ItllUiS 11 candidate fur State Senator for lliii dis 1 rift. subject tu tin1 action nf the Ileum- r:it if party. For Representative. Wo it a i t In ri x'l tn 11 11 ( iif i:ikiii:s lay a candidate for l!i iii 11I111 ivc nf A ti -ilrniu ('utility, subject tu llir lift ! ! uf tiif I ti'inoiTiil if party. For Sheriff. Wr art' authorized tu aniiuiiiifi' iiai:i:y ati iiisun u fiiitiliilati' fur Sheriff, subject tu the ac tinll uf tin' I li lllurl .it ic pally. We ur' authorized l i :i uti-niiif iJI'IN't'Y .IAMKS n candidate for Sheriff, subject tu tin' ui'liotl uf tlif I ;ti ifiii I if party. We an' ant Iturii'il tu annum TAYI.iii: M. iMtWLLI. a candidal!' fur Sln-rill...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 March 1900

THE MESSAGE TIU'HSDAV. MAK. H, 1nO. Hardin Douglass, late of the Ulobe Clothing Store, is the new Milesinan with Morris & Ahhay. J. I). Hnrt a (fraud Army vetcr mi died at Wellsville n lew days u B. Constable HobMnir in going aft er those thieves who have been raiding liis chicken coop. James Hraden lias tiled suit in the Circuit Court against, J. W. Stephens, 011 n judgment for . Miss Lcta Johnson of this city while on her way to school one day last week fell and broke her arm. Clarence Harnes of this city was admitted to the United States bar before Judge Adams in St. Louis last week. The Democratic County Com mittee meets in Mexico next Mon day to set the date for the county primary. C. II. Turner, late with Morris & A Id my, has resigned his position and has accepted a clerkship in a hank at Uranden, Texas. Jos. J. Weimer, the cigar man ufacturer, while carrying a heavy "backlog" slipped and fell hot Friday and is suffering with a liadly lacerated hand. Link in Towles, a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 March 1900

THE MESSAGE T1IUKSDAY. MAK. 8, l!MMi THE RAILWAYS f 9f OF SWEDEN l flllll flu filllllU-llllr III till I'ltll- ' Hiilnr reports of .lanuary. I'.kki, is sued from thetioverutnetit printiiiy; ofticc lit Washington City. Sonic lliinjf to satisfy ,vou lliat i;ofrn lnents in foreign countries seem to lie aide to own nml operate rail roads: There xvcre.nt t lie elose of l'is. I3.G7G kilometers ('1:1 miles) of railway owned an1 opt riilrd 1 the Swedish (ioverninent. The yross income amonnted to .'(7,nJ.'!,ni)7 crowns (H, 1."M.7mo) , which shows an increase, as compared with 1 '.)", of 1,721 ,(i4! crowns (. 1(H . 4C.L') . or ahout 4.77 per cent. On account of the increased ex pense iu operation, repairs, etc., the net income was not as la rye as in ls)7. The net earnings are set down at 1 t.."07,ni 1 ci'owiis(it:t, SMS, 12(i) for IM'IM, or 211. Hi crowns ($C) less than the year preceding. Since the commencement of the State's control of the principal railroad lines, dating from is.'id, the j...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1900

M Missouri Mess AGE VOLUME 1. mexico; audrain county, Missouri, Thursday, march is, 1000. NUMBER 19 jrl g! News and Comment Take en re of the hens tliis spring. Kocji the poultry house clean it in 1 tla' fowls henlth.v. It will pay. The Vandalia Mail and press says that II. P. Middleton will not be in the rare fur Sheriff this year. Miss Mary liiirks is home from Fairbury, Xeb. Her numerous Mexieo friends are glad to welcome lier return. Dr. Frank fS. Tyrrell, of St. Louis, will deliver a leeture at the Mexieo Christian ehureh Mareh ''!. under the auspiees of the Y.l'.N.C- :. The editor of the Kcvievv of lie views, Win. T. Stead, is a believer in the government ownership of public utilities. The coming is sue, we tell you. Corporal Button, with the regu lars at Puerto Hieo, sends a dona tion for the proposed monument in Mexieo to the late liicliard Mason, lie was a comrade with the dead soldier in Company Ij. The Prussian income tax returns for lsys-90 show an increase of ij.Xt.OOt ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1900

MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor Kiitcred lit llir Pnstullice ill Mexico. Mo., an sccniul-cliiss matter, Terms of Sn burr i it ion i One Year Nix Month.... Three Month. (i I. in I, ..VI cent '.Ti cent TIIUKSDAY, MAR. l.l. l!MM). ANNOUNCEMENTS. We arc authorized to announce M. K. K. ItltitiS a candidate for State Neiiutnr for thi li trlct, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. For Representative. We lire authorized to announce ItllODKS t l-AV tt candidate for Representative of All drain County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Forjudge Eastern District. Wo are. authorized to unnoimcc c;i;y Mcc l nk & candidate for .Indite of the Kastern Di trlct, subject to the action of the Demo cratic Primary May .. For Sheriff. We are autliori.ed to utiimnncc HAUKY ATCHISON u candldati! for SherilT, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party. We urn authorized to announce QlMNt'Y .IAMKS a candidate for . sheriff, subject to the acti...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1900

THE MESSAGE: Tilt'HSDAY. MAIL I-V 1imi. II. (J. Sii)pK', f Lnddonia, lias been on the sick list for tvi months. Hi' is now much better. Mrs. 15. Wnddiugton, of near Denton City, is under nicilical treatment in n hospital at St. Louis. T. H. Shell, of Prairie township, candidate for the Legislature, was mingling with Mexico friends last. Saturday. The campaign i this enmity will he formally opened nt the Court House in Mexico next Monday night. AH' the candidates should he present and "start even" in the race. Uev. A. C. Meudeiihall, of Lad dnnia, one of the brightest young ministers of the M. K. Church, stopped over in Mexico a few hours Monday on his way to the An nual Conference meeting at Kirks ville. The Kansas City Star observes that a "Milan hen celebrated Washington's birthday by 'coming off with' a brood of chickens. This is certainly a new hatch-et story and the chicks will realize it later." The Congressional Committee at its meeting at Montgomery City last Thursday set th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAH. 1-, !!)( TO EKECT A MONUMENT. An Appeal to llic Ex-Con-federates of Missouri. Tin' olil Confederate soldiers of Missouri desire licforc tliey nil to see n moniinn'iit erected in their stnte that will remind succcedinir generations that in the rcnlest war of the world's history the Mis souriau, whose eonvietions of right led them to the side of the southern confederacy, had the courage of their eonvietions and wore not lucking in that quality of manhood which has made the nntne of the American honored thruout the world. The committee, appointed hy the United Confederate Veterans to accomplish this purpose, has selected Col. Henry N'cvvman. of lluntsville, and authorized him to visit each county in ihe state to put into operation the plan it has adopted to raise the necessary funds for their purpose. Col. Newman's visit to this county was pimply to select someone here into whose hands this business will he entrusted. The monument is to lie erected in the Con...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 March 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1000. NUMBER 20 .-.. ttm. i gj News and Comment J. H. Azdcll and family, nf ilea: Worcester, liavi1 moved tn Mexico. Istiiiu Mill-tin Dawes and Mrs. Lena Miller l'hiliiis, of tliis city, nrc to wed March i7th. O. F. Sijuires lias bought I lie Doty farm in Kowcna neighbor hood and writes ordering flic Mi:s sauk to liis address. Dr. Kobcrt Crawford, of l.nd donia, reads a paper before 1 1n Mexico and Audrain Medieid Soci ety nt its next regular meeting. The gold Democrats want to yet hack into the party. (irnverC. perhaps, too. Wi ll, r ive 'em but put them on probation for a season. Vandalia will hold a special eleetien to authorize the city to is sue bonds for maintaining an elec tric light plant. Municipal owner ship. The light is spreading Miss Loua Steele is attending to the interests of the Water Works Co. during the absence of the Superintendent, J. !. Steele, who is serving on the I'nited ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 March 1900

MESSAGE Published Kvci-v Thursdav, - Joint Heal, Ivlitnr and Proprietor. Klltcretl at tin- I'oslollice at Me.xlci Mil., US ! ilitl -flii mutter. Ti riii f Siiliyrriiilimi : (),. Yenr S,ii. Klx Month Tlirei' Mont lis. . . ....VI - 1 1 1 . . .-.' 1 1 1 . THURSDAY, .MAI!. !!(. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Stato Senator. Wo tif ailtliori.etl to announce M. I!. K. liliiiis n csndiilatc for Stale Senator f..r tlii- ili- trit-t, snlijcct to tlie uclioii uf ( In- lit iii.i- j eeti..is In l.e provided bv ('oll rratlc party. j (,'l'ess. and in every instance the f mo autliiirleil to Hiin.iiiiMT i I'n .-idml shall proehiini the re- '. I'. (I. AUK i ,, . ..... ei . - w. . v f- .,. ii, i 'ill; whereupon, il there lie a imi- n I'lintlittiitt' for stun-Senator rr..m till-., 1 tin-lltli district. Mili.irt tn tlie ii. tinii nfljoiilv for the proposil ion, the tlielon ratir iirimary. Mn Mh. i ( 'oust il i,t ion shall, from the clay For Representative. We arc authorized l- iitinoimcc KIKiUKS ( I. A V a rniididati- ...

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