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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL-- "-REPUBLIC AN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. JUNE S. 1900. NO. 15. SUICIDE IN HIS CELL. James Coffey, a Farmer, Hangs Himself While Confined in the City JaiL Insanity the Cauee, Fatalities liave lccome most trequent hap penings about Marshall in the pant few weeks. Suicide mid other manner of death follow ho fast upon the tread of each other that they oc casion little talk and less excitement. The last sensational happening of this nature, oc curred Tuesday morning, an inmate of the city jail ending his life by hanging himself. James Coffey was the suicide. He was formerly a farmer living atout miles northeast of Marshall, one-half mile west of Capt. Klliott's farm Since his family moved to Missouri from Tennessee, he had been re garded as an honest, sober and hard working man, though rather peculiar in his ways. During the night of Wednesday, May 31st, he left his home., and wan found on the Miami road near Fairville, wandering about next day, hi mind serio...

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. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntereri nt tlio PoHtoRtcp In Maritlitill, Mo., an yecond-cla matter. TKKMS: 11.00 PEIt YBAIl IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, JUNK M, I9OO. ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATK. For Governor. .IOSF.IMI FI.OUV. For Lieutenant (lovornor, K. F. AIXF.N. For Secretary of State, W. I IK)RTKUFIKLD. For State Treamirer, V. S. FLF.MINO. For Auditor, V. F. IiIjOF.IIAUM. For Attorney Oneral. H. I O'FAI.IjON. For Itullronil t.'oinmlnloner. r. v.. utoitsi:. CONCRKSStONAI.. For ('onjrp. I.F.SMKORKAIt. SKNATOHIAI.. For Stole Senator, M. V. t.'HASTAIN. THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. "Stephens won" is a very forcible ami di rect characterization of the proceedings of the Kansas City convention, as reported by sev eral metropolitan papers. The committees were the governor's, as were the doings of the convention. Though as official head of the state machine, Stephens was not in the fore front, the victory wns his, accomplished by his trusted lieut...

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. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. GuMty Csurt pMinflagi. Minutes Saline County Court, May adjourned tern, June 4th, 1900. Court met in regular session: Present, Hon. J. T. Stoufer, f . W. King and K. C. Hsmm; Judges: R. S. L. Smith, clerk, and Jot. Wilson, sheriff. In the matter o( Wm. Nye et al, for road; matter continued until July 2, 1900. 1.01111 granted to Dutaney. 8oo. Action of clerk in approving bond of W. K. Bell, approved by the court. In matter of petition of II. C. Griffith el al for road; transcript of order of Pettis County Court filed and matter continued until July 2, 1900. It ia ordered by the Court that order made for iron bridge in Sec. 23. Twp. 52, range at, be re scinded. Warrant 3696, 2373 and 3661, cancelled. Petition of H. C. Mead et al for pauper, continued. Communication from State board of Equalization, read and filed. Loan of 1350 granted to O. O. H. Towasend. Personal aMesament of W. H. Thornton reduced from 1520 to 20, sasse being erroneously assessed, Weber & B...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. GnhaavNorthers. 1 June Is acknowledged in every, quarter of the globe I the tier month in the matrimonial tournament, and Marshall on Tues day evening celebrated an import ant hymeiiial event in the marriage cf Mr. Charles Graham, sou of Mr. and Mrs Doc Graham, stiperiu tendent of the Mexico Telephone Company ,a young m 01 of fine fami ly and excellent habits nud Miss Mary Northern of this city, a young couple in whom many are interested. The wedding took place at the residence of Dr. J. 15. Harris on North street, on Tuesday, June 5th, at 8 o'clock p. in. and was a veiy beautiful wedding. After the arrival of the guests, Miss Fannie Francisco sing 'The Angel's Serenade." accompanied by Miss Ida tail on piano, with violin Unlignta ity Horace l.eon ard As the notes of this beautiful song died away the Lohengrin wedding chorus by Miss Lnil on piano, accompanied with violin by Horace Leonard, si lenced the hum of voices and was a signal for the bridal party, who en...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Reccftloa oa Hifhlaod. Mrs. Charley Potter give the Al legrezsa club a delightful entertain incut on Wednesday afternoon, at her pretty home on Highland) where the flowers bloom in greatest profusion in every corner of the well kept yard. Mrs. Potter was assisted from 3 to 6 hy Mesdantes J. C. Patterson, C. I). Newton, W. S. Huston and S. W. Arnientrout, and a morecon genial and entertaining group would be html to find. A refresh ing IkjwI of punch was presided over by Misses Louise Noble and Maude Hughes. Strawberries, cream, cake and mint wafers were served in the dining room, where sweet peas, roses and carnations were used with fine effect. The hostess entertained also Inter in the evening, when the hours from 9 to 1 a were delightfully spent. The invitations for the Inst hours in cluded the gentlemen, who no doubt enjoyed the evening to the fullest and whoe presence always adds in tertst to the occasion. The receiv ing party was the same as in the afternoon...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DR. ft mas CREAM BAKING POWDQt Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Superior to every other known. Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle cakes palatable and wholesome. Note. Avoid baking ixmilcrs made from MIOI BAKIMQ POWOHI 00.. II!"!"' . ?', ,0! ),k tlllU llltl) IIIV ttlKvff) UMl UIUII1 OHIOAQO. is a ooison and no one can cat foot! mixed with it without injury to health. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Clyde Calloway spent Monday In Slater. A. K. Loomls returned Tuesday from Set! all a. Stkavk.I) A rel and wblto 2-yoar-old vow. Howard. C. N. Hand. Cieorge Hayes and wife, of Klmwood. were recent v In Horn. Karl Morriri Ih making a visit to hi father at Klrkavllle. liuy your fruits at a fruit house ut Kret's and get the best, llltf Syd II. HurlcH, of Slater, was a via itor in the city Monday. W. M. Wllhlte and wlfo of Ollliam, were In the city Monday. Try Kret's lett cream noda at 5 cents a glass, the K'st in t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. W. 1 Ferguson left Tuesday for hi home at Roanoke, where he will make a short visit from there he goe to Chicago July lt where he will at lend the university. Do you have headache? If no your eyes probably need attention. Dr. Tuttle will tent them for you at Ming' Hotel from Wednesday, June l.'lth to Stiturday, June lilth. Mr. C. I Hull and baby and Mr. Muiy Huston, have returned from Mi uiul, wh"re they attended the District Conference of the M. E. church that wax held then lust week. Dr. Tultlt! makes a Mpeclalty of ad justing gluc for young eoptc and tilling different cases, optician van not proM-rly fit. mIiik'h Hotel, Mar Khali, June 1.1th to June Kith. A very handsome extension lop el gar cac, made of rose-wood and measuring mimi six feet, ha recently Imtii udded to the fixture of Dr. M. A. Ill-own & Son' drug store. Mrn. M. D. Meriwether returned to her home In Jackson, Tenn., Thurs lay accompanied by her daughter, Mrn. J. II. Hunter and Miss Fannie T...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE WABASH PuUod Additional Traia fcrtioe Between Ktoui UUy tod 8t. Louis 8t. Louis and Chicago aud St Loaii, Buffalo Mew York and that to. The Wahanh new nchcdtilc which gocn Into effect Sunduy, Juno :inl, I cxtuhllnhcn new faat service between1 Kmmun City anil St. Louin, St. Louin I aitil Chicago, anil St. I,ouln, ItnlTaUi, 1 New York, anil Boston. Tin- dully morning funt tin In leaven Katmun City ut lit u. in., nnil arrives In St. I I, on l (I p. in., making the. run In 8 Iiiiiii'h: went iioiinu turn train leaven St. Louin at 11:15 a. in., anil arrive ut Raima City at "::w p. ni. Thcnc truln are vcntlhulcd throughout, cur ry In ilny roaches, reclining chair earn, (ncntn free) mill ImlTet parlor rum. The New York funt mall, via Mo lierly ami llmiullial. leaven Kaunun City l:l" p. m., arrive at New York ut ?::) the second inornlntr, making the run In uImmiI .'Kt bourn, the (anted time ever maile by any regular dully train between Kmmun City mid New York. The M ...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE GAMIER WORM. The Trouble Wi h Orchard and Methods of T.ratlpg 8nni JJiscustsd- Many complaints liuvc lieen recelv-i-il tlitn Hpi'lnw (nun vui'Iouh localities in th sluto in regard to the canker worm, looping caterpillar, or measur ing worm as the above Insert Is culled. The woruiH ore uuslly distinguished from the other ordinary M'xts of the oivlinrd by their nuuliHr looping or measuring mode of travel; bunco the common names. They are more pro K'rly known ax the cunkcrworms, und can he found fa'dingon apple, flurry, plum, ami other fruit trees uiiil also on elm und other shade treeii. The eggs aw deposited In musses of n hundred or more on the hrunchcx nml trunks of trees on which tin1 worms feed: the full canker worm lay ing the eggs in the uutiitn, the spring canker worm laying her eggs usually in eurly spring. In both caex the -ggx hutch while the IiuiIh are expand ing, uiiil tlui lurvue feed upon the leaves until full grown. When they occur In lurgo num...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. r. m 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 i THE NEW YORK STORE From now until Ju ly lt alxmt three weekn we will Ikj buy " REDUCING OUR STOCK preparatory for our Hemiatmunl invent ory. In every one of our departments we will have BARGAINS TO OFFER YOU. mi IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO BUY IN : f. CLOTHING UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, WASH GOODS, DRESS GOODS, CARPETS. Try Ui Flrat We Can Save You Money. We Will Hare Three Wteto of ProKUen Selling, Tna Kidaejs are tba lejal Bead te Health The Kidneys are moiit Important factor In health They cleanse the blood of all malignant poisons and Iropurl ties, all deadt decayed or worn out tissue, which the cleansed blood hour ly replaces with new tissue. In health they are a filter. In disease, they be come a sewer, loading the system with virulent, poisonous elements, and per mitting healthy deposits to escape. In time they break down or disintegrate, and Bright' disease, or Diabetes, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. MALTA SEND. Fred Bradahaw and wife Sundayed with friends at Corder. S. W. Henlck of Oklahoma, is here calling on his old friends. Mm. H. K. Vaughn of Coffeyvllle, Kan., Is here visiting friend. A. H. McRoberts has bought the Kb Koxell property and will move to town. T. It. Wilson of Lb Loup, Kan., Is here for a few days calling on his friend. S. I'. Houston went to St. Louis to attend a meeting of the State Commit tee Tuciiday. A work train was hero Monday, the flrst that hat appeaml on thin It. It. for a number of yearn. Thos. Mailer and Philip Theiaa re turned from St. Louis I an I Sunday, where they have lieen for the paat week. Mm. II. Lunbeck returned to her home In Memphis, Tenn., last Friday. after a vUlt to her old home of four week a. Alfred Shepherd ha been granted a patent for hla droit terret. Jlla money la In it. now to get It out. la the next tiling. Nellie Dow will return home from Frankfort, hul., where. she hut lsn going to school...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DEATHBED CONFESSION. Sweet Springs, Ma, Man Turns Over Outfit With Which he Hit Been Coining Money. H. II. Massey.of Sweet Springs, who died recently, suffering from cancer of the face, has turned over to his attendant a complete silver counterfeiting outfit and eighteen half dollars of his own manufacture. He said he had Ihicii making spurious coin for fourteen years, passing most of it away from home. Several pieces of his work ar. in circulation here, but he stated he had passed here only mi amount sufficient to meet his nec essary expenses while helpless His work is of good quality and readily passed as good money. His attendant claims to have destroyed part of the outfit nnd has turned the balance over to the city au thorities. Massev has lcen living alone in one room over a store on charity for severul mouths, and until recently has lieen able to take care of himself. He wits treat ed lor several months last year in a Kansas City hospital. He died Iwforc l...

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. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL-'REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JUNE 29, 1900. NO. 21. H HON, LESLIE OREAR. Dies at Colorado Springs Tuesday. Furv eral at Marshall Friday Afternoon. NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS. Body of Deceased to Be Brought Here for Burial in Ridge Park Cemetery. Long a Prom' inent Citizen of Marshall. From the brother of Hon. Leslie Orcnr, came n telegram on Tuesday night June 2Mb, tn Judge Hunter his law partner in this city, announcing that "Leslie is gone." Such tire the meager facts known ms yet of his Inst hours, and nothing additional will he known prior to Thursday night, when his remains will reach Marshall an the 9:03 C. & A. train Since April nth, Mr. Orear had been con fined to his bed and in the long sickness, his strength had eblwd away, leaving his lody destitute of that vitality so characteristic of the man. His end cannot be said to hnve been unex pected, ns the long lime in which he had seem iugly hovered lclweeu life and death, had brought upon hi...

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. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL ' REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Cntcred tit the I'oatolllcc in Murxlmll, Mo., n xeeonil-elus mutter. TKUMS: l.00 lKlt YF.AK IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAI.I., MtSSOtfKI, Jl'NK 20, HJOO. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For I 'resident WIM.IAM MrKIN'I.F.V. For Vleo'l'ifKlilcnt "TF.IIY" ItOOSKVKt.T. STAT 15. For (iovernor. .KlSKIMt Fl.OltV. For Lieutenant (Sovernor. K. F. AI.I.KN. For Hevntnry of Stnte, V. I.. IMUTF.KFIF.I.I). For Slntt Trentirer. V. S. FI.F.MINC. For Auditor. V. F. IIIXM'.IIAUM. For Attorney Cenernl, S. I. O'FAUJDN. For Itttilrotiil t'oiimiWxIoner. t t citoirsK. CONOKHSStONAI.. For (.'otKjrfux. I.F.SMF. OltF.AIt. SKNATOKIAI.. For St rite Senator, M. T. CHASTAIN. OUR TEDDY ROOSEVELT. The fnct that the Republican party lias this year nominated n great lender ami jxtpttlnr hero for vice-president, instead of following an old custom of picking n nominee because of his barret or in deference to some desired state, his name would prove influential ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY SCHOOL COLUMN Result of the Institute-- Certificate Awarded - Other Anriounee meott. t. The lust examination of the Milliliter will Ik.- given nt Mo. Val ley College, Aug. 17 and 18, lie ginning prompt ly nt H n. in. Jin rullnu'ttt will begin nt 7:30 n. r.:. 3. Kxamiunlinn for colored tearhe rs will Ik given during the lat three nays of Colored Institute which convenes July 1627; K aminatinn July 35, 36 mid 37, con ducted by Superintendent nf conn ty; (UestioiiM furnished by the Mate. At the institute, the school work under suR-rvisinn will he ex j il nil ltd and every rotort-d teacher of the county .should le present. Remember under supervision, if you tench in Stiliue Co., ou must tnke your examination in Saline County. There has been n meeting ar ranged for July 14, nt Superintend' cut's office of superintendents, principals, and teachers of higher school work nf Saline Co , for 'the purKse of securing n uniform course of study and articulation livt rv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Sutherlin'Stewart. At tlie country lionie of Mr. Frank Kidd, three and a half miles son ill oast of Marshall on Tuesday evening, June 26th, the nuptials o( Mr. Frank O. Sutherlin and Miss Nellie K Stewart were cele brated, before a company of sixty friends, followed by an elegant re ception to the wedding parly. The residence was decorated in n ptofiisiou of flowers, color schemes being followed in the different rooms with artistic effect. The parlor, in which the ceremony was pronounced, was a mass of gorgeous decorations: diaped in curtains of green smili.x, studded with clear white roses, a shower of smilax and this same flower overhanging the sjtot under which the vows were taken, presented a mostcnam oring scene of itself. The sitting room was Iteautiful in the pink ol wild roses combined with the green of smilax, while the dining room seemed a fairy creation, with such natural charm were the ropes of smilax and white roses swung to the corners of the large...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING. Institute of the Baptist Schools o" the County to Meet at Sweet Springs Thursday. The Stimliiy School Institute of the Haptist church of this comity announces its next meeting to ohmi Thursday evening nt Sweet Springs continuing through Friday, Satur day ano! Sunday. The meeting will lie conducted by Charles Khnads,n Mate Sunday schools mis sionaty, and the fact that it meets in Sweet Springs, so pleasant n sunnner resort, is certain lo in cu-asc the ntlciidancc. I'KIH'.KAM. TTIintSOAV I'.VI'.NINO. JI'NK 'JH-I'IIK-I'AltATIIKV SKKSIO.V. 7:llit. (M'iilnu' Devotional IIm ii-I'i - l'd I iy llic inihlor. ":."U. Senium Theme: Tin Seed Is the Word." Churlc lilmiiiU. KltlllAV MllltNINlt SKSSION'. HlllNl. Prayer ami Sniif Service- U il by C. I'.lllott. llii.'Hi. Vii IihI I :Mtrlr from All School Hcitccntd with i.iiicMluii by t '(iiiiiiii'inr. ll:on. Normal I.c.nn "What N a Smiiliiy Ki-IiimiIV Tuujjht I iy Churlc Hhnad. 11:10. Supplemental .cnou "Wl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. -DRKES CREAM Baking Powder In Use the most Economical Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further. Working uniformly and perfectly, k makes the bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. With finer food and a saving of money comes the saving of the health of the family, and that is the greatest economy of all. Mlxx Hoxxle Oreur left Hominy thru' weeks to thai resort. morning for Mr. F. II. Oronr'H In the, ,,u hOV(,,., ,,,,, orenr ami vlo eountry where xho will xpend u put t , , .m.'iiu.mlierH of a llxhlmr imrty. of tin- week, who l.'ft Ih-i.. Momlnv tnoi iilmr for Mrx. .leniilo Miller In xtendlntr her n enmp on Hlaekwater, where they vacation tit I until a. Mo., where uny- will Hpciiil moxi oi tin- wren. one m-edlng lirr xervleex. nuiy llml hor Mi-h. N. C. Hlxhot who has made nt that addresx. ,1,,-,.niilto a lenuthv vlxll to frlnidx anil If vnur hoarding hou-o or h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mr. Albert .lame-hit- Urn iilU' -Irk till- week. Theodore Montugui', of Kim-a-City. I- ut home nn n -hurt visit. Mr- Wllllutn Dry-dale, of Ode a, In veiling tin- fuinll.v of T T Cobb-. Ml Snllic SM'ii.'cf left Saturday foi' Sull-bury, where hlii' will make u vl-lt. Mr-. H. I). IIiiiix niul -on. Shcltnu, Ictl.llicd lllt Wfck flOtll ii vl.nll to Mexico relative-. Mr- o I) rMmniid-nn arrived S.itur ilny foi' it vl-lt to lu r father, Mr K It I 'up-, niul family. T. II. Wlll.lt.. niul wife, or HiiIIh. Imry. hit vl-lllug the family of II. M. Sm'im'it thi- week. .1. T. Fl-hcr. wife mnl children KM-iit one day hihi week on tin lukc Hnhlug mi.l hunting Mr-. A. It. Furl- mi.l hid, Chutie F.dgur an- vl-ltlng Mr-. H. I'. Willi. IT- Of Pllll'VlUc .h Hll'k, .Icrnnio Kuluiuk, of Kuiihu- city cati..' down Monday night on hii-luc fouurctcil with the cu-c ng:ilut Krui'-t F.iihmtk. Henry Ml-tlir. of New .Icr-cy, I-vl-ltlng hl-Hl-tcr. Mr-. Fred Twilling, whom In hu.l not -ecu for a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 173 PER UE8T ANMDALLY That'll tlw Profit Oopper. the Article Mexico theOountty. "I'.l IVojcnW In Its jniiii of six mine has aoine of tho richest copNr ores In Hit' richest iiiliilnir country In thn world. Ore runs 12 per cent mi ier, 12 n. silver, u truce of fo)d. total value uliotit t t:i it ton. mid In two of the mines. In addition to copper and hIIvi'I-. ok1 contains .'I per fill to "it per cent iulo.ksllvcr or mercury. uImhii tin.", it ton. Tin ureal l.uki- SiiiM'rlor copper mines Calumet and I lecln. Woherlnc, Tnmnruck. Qulncy, etc. that unuu ally return million, run only from :i totP a ton. Itn.ton and Montana i years uiro 7 "".11 T ' . "r Z u., . ' a share, to-iiuy , pay- I-",..., V.....I.. ...l.l f..i- .V.k. a -h,,,,.JI ... ..... ..... in ti... iitiiibi.t nml ,,U...?.P?.. ? ' ' . 1 M .."i ,. hate, to-day worth mni. ami puyx on 1 f. .. . tn inr "' ii'w n I"". 'r M..1....1 t 1.. l.imre em. 1111 rx ... . ... 1 olteu il lor ?.io.ii ami ieiiie.i. Sena.orCla. ...

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