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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

' . . 1 7 - . MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. MAY 4. 1900. NO. 15. CONTESTS MARSHAL'S ELECTION. Sweet Springs Contested Election Cm Brought by A Armstrong Against M- D Jsckson. A. Armstrong, Democratic candidate for Marshal of tlic city of Sweet Springs in the recent municipal election held April 3rd, 1900, ha filed notice of contested election against M. D. Jackon, the Republican nominee, who was declared duly elected by the judges and clerks of Maid election. The petition of plain tiff alleges that each nominee received 103 votes and cites the names of six men nsjnckson voters not entitled to vote in said city election. The plaintiff prays that the court inquire into the allegations made, declare illegal the votes named in petition and order that Mayor of Sweet Springs issue a commission to the de fendant. Wayne Haytnan and Hurvey and Cower are the attorneys for the plaintiff in this case. M. V, C. WINS AGAIN. Missouri Valley is making a clean reco...

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. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. of those principles upon which our social fab ric rests in the enjoyment of an advanced civ ilization and refinement. Not only do prop crty rights, but the very liberties we possess, demand a supreme respect for the law and obedience to its requirements and prohibitions. The despotism of one man is preferable to that of a mob, for he being solely responsible, must act with some discretion. But with a hun dred leaders of the rabble in the stirrup, front what extremes irc they restricted? What wrongs are there, they would hesitate to com mit? The world has had enough of communes and of mobs and the enlightenment of t lie pres ent time deplores thc.tc relics of barbarism, bet ter suited to a world with no vested authori ties, no taws, no schools and no churchts. THE NEED OF A NEW JAIL IMPERATIVE. The escape of the two negro jail prisoners, the crime committed by one of them in escap ing and the awful event which followed his capture, arc incontrovertible facts, whi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. X EDITORIAL A Play Square The reference of Hon. Geo. Robertson in his rcceut open letter, to Sam Cook's tricky way of concealing the donor of a contribution to the last Democratic campaign fund, which afterwards proved to be the railroad lobbyist W. H. Phelps, or the corporation to which 'he is ever faithful, seems to have awakened the reflections of Kditor White upon these old scores. He wonders whether the party is playing squarely with Colonel Phelps, and suggestively remarks: "We hear a great deal about the 'lobby' nt Ji fferson City and the influence of railroads in reference to legislation. As ti matter of fact, some of the politicinns who are loudest in op position to the 'lobby,' stand in and get their divide. The Ledger has repeatedly taken the position that the Democratic party and Dem ocrntic leaders should not ask contributions or passes from railroads, without they expect to reciprocate in some way. As long as W. H. Phelps is solicited for money for...

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. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MINDU COWAHGEE LYNCHED BY A MOB, One of the Negro Jail Breakers, Hit Eteapet Captured and Hanged by an MM KtHl WITHfSS AN HMMTIM Capture of the Negro mm Hit SuiMejueat LyacWag to Detail Retallatioa uU Veageaace the RuUag Paaaioa of the Mob Uamtratoee to Their Violence, Few Reputable Mea a Party to the Ank, Whoae Lessen Were the Rattle. For the first time since the Civil War, mob violence has been al lowed to wreak its vengeance upon a prisoner of the state in this our county scat. The commission o( the crime, the rapture of the crim inal and bis death at the hands of a mob were the successive events of just 100 hours, but years will not efface from the minds of those who witnessed this illegal and therefore murdetous execution, the horror of its memory, nor condone the barbarity and criminality of its perpetrators. They arc deserving of the censure and condemnation an outraged public opinion is cast ing upon them for this travesty upon justice and blot upon the ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL RETURNS OF THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION. April 28, 1900, Candidates For Ronrmcntatlvc. lnlDlit. T WRING MATT WHAM For Rcpiecontatlvo, 2nd Dint. KOItT SMITH RMIAINB For Judge Co Court, lit Disl. K W HICKMAN TD PAYNE W II FENWP'K Fur Judge- Cn Court, 2nd DlM. U II ANNA 310 454 43(1 178 135 For Proftccutlng Attorney A F KUC 'OK VM O LYNCH For Shorln - .1 W KKYES .1 D FRIST jK W It SCOTT W II II ISAACS IIOII T HAM GEO L DAVIS For Collector of Revenue - JAS K McAMIS For Treasurer J W WINNING J IIOAULDIN A J GRAVES J 8 WILSON For AMMKor W A DAVIDSON 8 H THOMPSON . ... Ii FOREST OREAK .. GHAS PQUTHREY .... For Surveyor F II BOYD' O W LATIMER For Public Administrator E W DAWF.8 O M FRANCIS O Fo Coroner J E RAG8DALE 503 201 too I 46 208 150 1)6 76S .35310:1 130:121) 202 .1119 287 70 142 202 241)! 20 87 211 1)7 014 12' 18 60. 81 ;IK8 ,.uoj ' DO Mil! 281) 1208 400 375 370 '750 142 55 32 180 07 220 200 2081 ID 41 OOO 0 4 42 A 3 Oil) OS 20 45 20 7 I2 30 Ij 15 4 2...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REMARRIED BEFORE DEATH. James Garrard Stefheftsoo. Ooecof Gbsgow Remarries hit Missouri Sweetheart, Formerly Miss Steb Case of Marshall. Chicago, April a8.- Down in Arizona a dust-clad man rode up to un adobe but tbree days ago. He was a physician, and the cowboy who brought him had trav eled many miles over the sandy hills. The doctor entered the little cabin and looked at the man who lay there in the bunk. "You have one more week to live," he said. At that the man in the hunk stirred and raised himself on his elbow. "Seven days," he murmured. Then he left the bunk with some effort and wrote a telegram. To-day this man, James Garrard Stevenson, a grandson of Ken tucky's former Governor, is to be married to his former wife at his father's home in Woodlawn. The telegram he sent from the cabin in Arizona, where he bad gone after health, was dispatched to bis old Missouri sweetheart, who is now a clerk in the Treasury Department in Washington. It asked her to come ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Senior Clats Entertained. On Thursday night, April 26th, Mm. W. H. Black gave her annual reception to the senior class, which numbers 20 this year. After the guests had arrived, the young la dies were sent upstairs, where they disguked themselves with the aid of sheets and pillow-clips. While they were gone, the boys donned their caps and gowns and covered their faces with black masks. When the girls came down, a march was 1 played and each one of the boys selected a girl and tried to learn her identity. After some ten min utes of thin, they nil unmasked and a great deal of merriment was caus ed by the discovery that two boys were mnsked like the girls. After this came a "mum social," at the close of which a veiled prophet apnrcd nnd delivered a prophecy concerning the future of each member of the class. Then the company entertained them selves in various ways until the refreshments were served. The members of the class who were present were Misses Cora Ad ams, ...

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. — 4 May 1900

) MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM WE WILL MAKE 1 SOME SPECIAL PRICES Having juxt lmnght half of n forty tliounnnil dollar stock, n good lml of which wo will prolmbly movo to thin store in n couple of week, wo nuwt hnvo n lot of room, ciwi(illy Htorngo room tip-Htnirn. CARPETS n s n s Wo have decided to eloe out inoitt of our earpct itoek (or the 1 resent uml will quote you tlie following low price on our best carict: AM our WK Velvet llrussel go at "Ho No charge for matching. Our .17c nil wool Ingrain goc ut 4te Our 4.1o liulf wool Ingruin .UKs Our .Vie Union Ingrain iV Granite carict llklo 2U Hoiie-mudc rug cartctx IWu lo -Sk- Flcor mH-r jK?r roll- .VI yurd... itm A ?ood Japanese matting Hu ! co.ton warp mat In to .We RUGS. Single door brucU LMK Large hI.o brusscl Mc Moqtict 74c, M.HIl, XiW F.xmlnstcr 27xft4 tl.HIt Moot oil window hudc, Vj 'foot oil window shades, ."Wo X LACE CURTAINS An Immense line of lace cur tain on which we will name price thut no house In this coun...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. iviannanan 'cream of tartar Baking Powder Only absolutely pure Cream of Tar tar Baking Powder made in the West ---not made by any trust; belongs to no machine; indorsed by leading physicians. Pronounced by chem ists absolutely pure. Equal to any powder made in the world. Sold by all grocers. Try it once; you'll use no other. . (L 3Tlur5oo 3Tlaiufaoturiig o.. Manufacturers of 91uraocfc at favoring 6xtracU. &fc -!Kcfa 3ff. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, U- S. A- .MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAAAA If you want a buggy see Mahard & Son. 11-lm Hose repaired (food bm new at James Irwin's, ll-lm Judge Davis left Monday for Ix Ingtnn. Mahard and Son have all kind of buggies. 1 1-1 rn Com. P. Stmt of Sinter was up Friday. (!ood baby buggy for iMin, Apply at till offlec. tf Miss Minnie Vance returned Sunday from Kansas City. A beautiful lino of silk In all the new shades at Striker. tf (leo. and Kd Hawkins of Falrvllle were visitors Saturday. It. .f. Jenkins of Slater ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRICF. For fresh tegetables jo Haynle Dros. 1.1-41 AWIn Thompson, of Slater, wan up Tuesday. For good Coffee go to Haynle Hros. 13-lt James Chamberlain, of Slater, was up Tuesday. D. D. Dugglns spent Sunday at hta farm at Falrvlllc. C. K. Bradford of Napton visited Marshall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. fl. Jones were In shopping Tuesday. Minor Cooper returned Tuesday from a trip to Paris, mo. Good bread Is had by using Haynle Bros'. Dig 4 Flour. ( 13-4t Mrs. George Young- returned Mon day from St. Louis. Hov. Dr. 1'rottsroan visited friends In Marshall Tuesday. Try Haynle Bros. Dig 4 Flour If you want good bread. 1341 Mrs. Kva Young has returned from a visit to Slater friends. Miss Pauline Stahl left Sunday for St. Louis to visit iwlatlves. Full line of Kennedy's cakes and crackers at Uuynle Bros. 13-lt Miss Mae Jordea of Sodalla, visited relatives In Marshall this week. William and Frances Buckner have been on the sick list this week. Mrs. Andrew Odell and ...

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. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Newman Bros, pianos at H. F. Nichols'. 13-2w Dr. Smith, of Nelson, waa a visitor Tuesday. Thomas Otley made a trip to Chica go this week. C. R. Wllion made a trip to Mar shall Saturday. Mm. William Napton visited frleude at Klrkwood this week. Dr. Wheeler of Ilorndonwai agueit at Hotel Hurt Wednesday. W. T. Swlnney of Gilliam, waa the guest of friends Wednesday. Mlsa Llxxle Wiley will apend Sun day with Blackburn friends. S. A. Bolden of Springfield, waa the guest of friends here Monday. Dr. Wagner of Hardeman attended to huslnvsa In the city Wednesday. Mrs. John HooMr of Miami la the guest of Sheriff Wilson and family. Miss Alice Miller was the guiat of Mrs. Georglo Brunaugh on Sunday. Don't forget that H. F. Nichols has moved to tho room opposite the county jail. 1.1.2 J. F. and J. II. Kvana of Sweet Springs, were In Marshall Wednes day. .1. W. Blackburn and Robert Utx of Blosser were visitors In Marshall Tuesday. II. F. Nichols keeps constantl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Cheap Rate Via Wnbath Railroad. lloMK-HKKUT.HS' KXOL'USIONH MAY 1, AND Jt'NB 5 AMI ID, 1IKX). One II ret clnna fare, plus for tin- round trip. Ticket limited to 21 duvn from ilnto of kuIo. Kxcurslon tieketM will also lie Hold to Denver, Colorado Springy and Pueblo, Col., on date and at rate named above. Annual meeting Southern HaptlRts, Hot Sprlntr. Ait., May 10 to 17: One fare for round trip. Ticket on sale Muy 7 to II Inclusive. Clirlxtlun Knileavor Union Meeting, Ohllleothe. Mo.. May 1H to 'JO: One uud one-third fare for the round trip. Dn'e of ale May IX and 111; final re turn limit. May 21, General Asfembl.v, I'renbyterlnn Church In V. S., St. I.oiiIh, Met., May 17 to :il : One nml one-third fare for the round trip. Ticket on nale May I ft. HI. 17 and 22: llunl return limit, June 2. IIHNI. linKi'lal Council, Ancient Order Noble of tin M.vMle Shrine. Vah luuton. I). C. Muy 22 to 'U, lirno: Ticket on Male Muy 10, 20 and 21 ut very low rut cm: Until return lim...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. MALTA KHD. Our FourCourts were doing bulnes on Tuesday. The primary election passed off very quietly here. Dell White has moved Into the Cad Rozell proerty. It H Levy and family are having a lege with the measles. W C Fisher and wife have gono to Nelson to spend the numtner. Houston Bros, whipped two cam of hog to St. Louis Wednesday. John Schncdler and family have moved from hero to Nevada, Mo. Or Brown I In St Lou! for a few day attending to some business mat ter. .1 K Hobb ha bought the Schncd ler property and moved Into hi own home. W Schoppcra In on the nick lint, but wo hoe ho will Moon regain hi uual health. Mr and Mr Latin I ng returned to their homo at Allan, Ha., Wrduc day morning. .1 Clyde and ('rum A (.'lift ithlppcd three car each of fat cattle to St. loul Monday. W and J a llaker weighed up their cattle Monday, preparatory to turn Ing them on gra. Tom Fraxler, of Wichita, Ka., hat been vUltlng old friend and ac quaintance hero the pa...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SHACKELFORD. P Mitchell anil .1 MaWney went to Mat-Mtiail Monday. .1 S Hlshop Mapped ldar of hogs to hi. 1.0111 Tuesday. V S Newell shipped ;j earn of hog to St. LOIIlH TllfHllBV. J J King made a hufttnes trip to Creteher Wednesday. Mr and Mm KdHuU,hlnson attended services liore last Sunday. Mls Maud Smith visited In Mar shall Thumday of thU week. Mm U-lla Miller of Kansas City U vlnltlnjf her mother thin week. Mrs UtJt and daughter, Miss Lulu, are on our wick llsf thin week. .1 Campbell anC wife drove Into Marshall laxt Saturday afternoon. Con llorrlgan and mother attended the funeral of Mr Kl.vnn here Tuesday. Mr- .Inliii-' niniiy friend will lie glud to hear that' he will noon lie able to lie out uu'tiln ufter an Hlnex of pneumonia. MIhmm Mltiuli- and Gertrude Mock eiiHinltli of OdHMti. after a pleiixuut vlnltto Minn Maud Sinllh, returned home Monday. Miss I.ulu 'Hopkins one of llluek burn's eharmjng young ladles, after a pleasant visit to Miss...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Will Ilea went to Slater Wcdncn day. .1. S. M. Huff Kpont Tuesday ut Ni'Ihod. Theodore Mayer left Wedncmluy ftir .St. Loul. K1 Cameron hk!H Sunday with rt'l utlvcM ut Norton. L. N. Hlckam nml wlfcof tin county writ In Wcdncnday. Thnma Otlcy and Will .luckxon Hltcnt Thtimdity ut XcIhoii. Mm. II. . Uarrlx. Jr., I- very 111 at her home cot of the city. .In Hie h Cruno of Itoouvlllu vlnltcd Marshall friend WcdncHdny. Mr. Dnllle Hakcr of Mt. I .con a id, wum down Wcdiicoday xlmpplnj:. Mm. .lolin Hylund ami daughter of Slater wen; tii Hhoppliic on Wed lien-day. NO USE I TRYING 0 I ain't take plain cod-liver f mitht as well tell me to melt Uii or butter and try to take; ; them. It Is too rich and; i will upset the stomach. Bui 1 you can take milk or cream, 1 so you can take Scott's Emulsion: It is like cream t but will feed and nourish when cream wilt not Babies and chil dren will thrive and irowi fat on it when their ordinary f food does not nourish th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Fifth Annivemry. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Russell cele brated their fifth anniversary on Tuesday night, hours from 8 to 12, when a large number of Marshall's representative people were enter taincd. This attractive home was gaily trimmed in crocuses hyacinths and violets, with here and there u huge cluster of superb bridesmaid roses. The receiving party included Dr. and Mrs. Russell, Dr. and Mrs. Will Sharp, Dr. Ed Sharp and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rey nolds, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hayes, which indeed made n dis tinguished looking parly, who gave to each and every guest a cordial and happy greeting. Misses Bculah Sharp, Bessie Mitchell and Mildred Parrish, three chbrming young ladies in their evening gowns of white paris tuns lin dimities presided at a cooling bowl of punch that was most re freshing, while Misses Maine Lon and Estell Sharp received the guests on the second floor, giving them every attention. Mrs. Russell received her guests in a handsome white foular...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MAY II, 1900. NO. 14. DEFAULTER COMMITS SUICIDE. P. G. Wilhite Agent of C. Ir A. Absconds and Takes His Own Life at Denver Leaving a Young and Heartofcroken Wife. I. (. Wilhite until recently night man of the C. & A. dcM)t here, committed suicide at Denver, Cnlnrndo, curly Sunday morning mid has been hurled in that city in accordance with the wishes of his brother. His defalca tions, flight from a happy home and the tak ing of his own life were the successive steps of a sad yet often told story. Wilhite was a young man, serving in the Sinter office until about n year ago, when he was transferred to this station, assuming the duties of night man and then day operator. This position he held until about a month ago, when Mr. V. A. Beatty the agent, wishing a temporary relieve for a trip.South,w.ts "check ed up" by the auditor of the road nnd Wil hite was made agent. Hut Wilhite abused the confidence of the C. & A....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'.nU'i'cil nt the Postorlleo In Marshall, Mo., an (tronil'OluHi mutter. TKJ5MS: !. WAX YKAIt IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAMSIIAI.t.. MtttSOUKI, MAV II, IOOO. Dave Ball wasn't satisfied with the way In which Stephens and Dockcry have in turn run over him and mine very near trying a train, when attempting to hoard a fast-moving coach recently. The Republican state convention meets in Kaunas Citv next week and promises to le a perfectly harmonious otic. It will also have nn abundance of that enthusiasm, which bodes well for the party's success. Saline County's jail has !ccii condemned by enough grand juries to build us a half dozen new ones. The whole county now favors the erection of a sale, sanitary and modern jail and awaits a proiosiliou for the building of the same The official prerogative of the mayor in mutters of appointments does not menu the same to the council as to Mr. Blair. Natur ally the mayor holds the broadest conc...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SOCIETY AND LAW. TO x According to previous announcement, Rev. J. K. Kemper spoke on this subject at thc Iiit Baptist Church at 4 p. m. on Sunday. A good congregation greeted thc speaker, for it was generally unclerstoo.l that the recent lynching in our midst was the occasion o( the sermon. The speaker took his text from Ro tnnns 13:1, "I.et every soul he subject unto the highest powers." The discussion was introduced hy thc state meut that Jesus appeared fit a period when the governments of earth were unjust, op. pressivc and corrupt; hut that he never lifted a finger to overthrow them. On the contrary, hy his example and teaching, he inculcated the duly of submission to the constituted au thorities, not because he didn't feel the wrong, but because he knew the letter and more successful way was to put principles into the hearts of men which would in time cure all (Kilitical and social ills. The speaker then stated tint law was the order of the universe, and On...

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. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Proceeding of Two Day Session of May Term. Petit Jury Named. Tax Lery for 1900 Made. Present Hons. J. T. Stouffer, T. W. King, R. C Hattnn, judges; K. K. L. Smith, clerk, and Joseph Wilson, sheriff. In matter of petition R E Rich art et nl for public road. Report of CommUsioucr filed, cause con tinued till May 9th. In matter of petition of Win Nye et nl for ro.nl. Report of Commis sioner filed, cause continued till May 9th. Loan of $1000 granted W 15 Bell. II C Taylor et nl file petition for appropriation of $200 for working Nnpton bridge Hill, same continu ed. J W Jordon et nl file petition for bridge south of Cambridge, snme is ordered to be built (wooden). Balance of account of $516.30 is allowed R W Hickman for building culvert. Account of J W Ayres is allow ed for, making file in nmouut of $59 00 Dram shop license granted John Harrison for six months, Black burn, Mo. Dram shop license granted Low enstein & Co., Marshall, for six mouths. Po...

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