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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 12, 1900. NO. 56. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. City Win in Damage Suits Thus Far. Ia Cam eron v. Rhoadea Suit Verdict Returned (or Defendant. J. M. Henley vs A. S. VmiAukUmi, ct al, (iilet title; continued. Mnrinh Cillinm, et al vs Judith Gilliam, et nl, partition; Commissioners file report. State F.x Kel, George K HttIT vs Jntnes Wingficld, on IkmuI; continued. Susie M. Clientlinm vs K.'C., St. Louis & CliicnKo Railroad Co. et nl, correct title; de cree (or plaintiff. John W. Buxton vs Mary Iv Buxton, as signment dower; decree for plnintifT. L. I). Murrell, M. V. Mr.ll and-i.Lcwis Richardson appointed ns commissioners. Ferry Mueller & Co. vs Joseph Mitchell, attachment; motion to dismiss over-ruled. O. M. Francisco, ndmr. vs C. II. Vanstone, receivership; defendant files answer. M. I). Jackson vs Forest Tisdab et nl, man damus; dismissed at cost of plaintiff. Stephen Washington vs Minnie I?. Camp hell et...

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. — 12 October 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntcrcil at tlio Poatofllee In Mnroliall, Mo., n Kivniul-i'Io-i nmttff. TKItMS: Il.tW PKU YHAIt IN ADVANl.'K. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAMStlAM,, MISSOUMt, OCT. 12, MJOO. SCHOOL FUND AND STATE DEBT. According to the statement of Auditor Sci bert, who has attempted to rescue his party from the hole on the state school fund propo sition, the school and seminary funds of this state amount to $1, 1jS.632.0S, represented In state certificates of indebtedness, except $792.66 uninvested, This is from Demo cratic authority and coitrnc, not to be disputed. The Democrat News asserts this to le n "fund" and a "cash fund" at that and terms it n quibble to affirm that these certificates of indebtedness are not real cash or the equivalent, and offers an elaborate proof to the same. No one denies that Mis souri is good for every dollar of her indebted ness represented by such certificates. Fum ing over this point is highly imaginary fight ing of the Don ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Returned to Saline. Runaway on Arrow Street. Reading Circle. NATIONAL. Knr l'ri lc. nt. WILLIAM .MrKINI.KY. IW Vlwl'ivlili'iila "TMnitV" iiimsi:vi:i.t. STATU. Knr (liiviTimr, .nwr.i'ii pi.iuv. Knr l.li'iiti'iiiitiMliii'riiiir( II. I". AI.I.KN. Knr swri'liiry of Hliile, W. I,. I'OltTKItri K1.ll. Knr Hi tilt Tri'iinriT, W.s. KI.I'MINil. Knr Aihlllur, W. I. lll.'ilIIIAf.M. Knr Alliiriirj .Ui ii. rnl. S. IM.TAI.I.4.N. Knr Iliillmtnl I'nHiiiiN-liiinr. r.l'.t'llur.MK. CONC.KHSSIONAI.. Knr l'nlli(li-., II. II. IA ItMONH. SHNATOKtAt.. Knr Htllli1 St'lllllnr. .M.T.niAKIWIN. CllKNTV. lti'iri'.iiiltnlM, Klril HMrlt'1. I'.. II. IIIIHWN. I'nniily .linlui'. I'lrl IHlrli't. ilCiillllK. W. IIIMIIIAM. lti'iri'M'iiliiii-, h.vniiil liUirli't. I'AMI'IIU.V illlll t'nllllly .liuluis HiTiillil llMllcl. III'.MIV IIAI.IIAII. Ciill.vtnr, lll.ltlll.UT W I I.SI IN. I'rn.i iMiiliiu'-Allnriii'y. TllilMAH K. OTI.KV. MIl.TliT. K. II. KI.SKA. Tri'iiiinT, L. II. .MUltKIILL. ,....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mr. Belle B. Graves. Mrs. Belle B. Graves, aged 56 years, 3 months and 1 1 days, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Akins at Humansvilte, Polk county, Mo., on Saturday, Oct. 6th, 1900 at 7:30 p. ru stic was the daughter ol the late Alfred Z. and Zcrclda Boycr, was born in Frankfort, Kentucky, June 35th, 1844, and with her parents moved to Saline in 1866. She was married to the late lid ward I). Graves in April 1867 at Miami, Mo., and the most of her life has been spent in Saline coun ty. She was the sister of James H. Boycr of this city, Henry of Florida, John H. Boycr of Grand Pans and a half sister of Samuel McKce ofjopliu, Mo. Some four or five years ngo, this truly lovable woman left Marshall to live with her daughter in Polk county, where she has continued to live. For years she has been n sufferer with cancer, and was just recovering from an operation for the same, when she visited Marshall last December. She ut that time looked so well and was a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CORNER STONE LAYING. Well Arranged and Impressive (he Erection MASONIC ORDER Dr. Briggs of Kansas City, and Major R. W. Nicolds Deliver Addresses Be fore the Large Crowds in Attendance. The corner-stone ol the edifice which is to he the first building of the number that will eventually constitute the Institution for the I-'ccble Minded mid epileptic, was laid Tue.sd.i morning. The exer cises mid ceieinonies of the occa sion were attended liy a large mint her of the Htietis of Matshnll and Saline county and hy tlist iniiis1it l visitors from other parts of the Mate. The program wns of nu in tcresting nature and impressive, el-, evntinu character The people re itent visitors present might sit, had spnndcd to the call of the commit- been creeled at the corner of the tees in charge of arrangements and building .site and from this .stand manifest, d their inti rest nud Mip- the exercises were directed. Dr. purl of this benevolent institution, c. II. Briggs of Knusas ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REV. JOSHUA BARBEE. The Veteran Presbyterian Divine Die Unexpectedly at .Hit Home . at Excelsior Springs. Rev. Joshua Harbee, icrhaps tlic best known nnd best loved man I Saline County lias ever possessed as one of her citizens, died at Ins home in Iixcelsior Springs, Mis souri at 6:30 o'clock on the even ing of Wednesday, October 10th. The end had come unexpectedly, but of an old complaint from which he had long been troubled, llright's disease, against the at tacks of which he had sought and found relief in the waters of F.x celsior. As the news flashed over the wires to relatives and friends in several states, for he was a man of broad acquaintanceship,' to be re peated with sorrowful lips among those who had known only to love him, the strength of admiration and depth of affection which it was his to enjoy in the minds and hearts of the people with whom he had come in contact, could be up predated and understood. He might lie properly termed one of Saline's ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Methodist Meeting- Kvnngelistie meetings were be Kim Inst Sunday nt the First M. K. church and arc continuing with re iunrknl)k interest. The congrega tinns nre excellent nwl every ser vice witnesses some demonstration on the part of non-disciples of Christ in the welfare of their souls Quite n number have risen for prayer and one, up to the present time (Wednes day morning), has been forward ns it seeker. The members of the church nre faithfully attending and are receiving great benefit, and am working diligently for the salvation of their ncighlsirs and friends. Rev. Dr. R. T. Smith is the evangelist and is attracting the attention of the general public by his strong, eloquent, gojK- preaching. He is n very foueful and pleasing speak er. 1 1 is ntessige, while plain and pointed, and cxpoiug sin in all its hideousuesx, is delivered in such n manner as to lead all to feel that the speaker is dominated by the spirit .f Christ, consequently his sermons draw in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

t s n n n n u t a a t t tt tt I I tt tt tt tt tt tt tt g tt tt t tt tt tt tt tt s tt tt tt tt tt tt STORE TALK FROM Fint In Our Dry Goods Department You will find ono of tlio nicest stocks of tlio vry latest tilings in dress goods to bo found in thiw town. Those nice heavy camel's hair cloths nud coverts, and alt tlio film goods for tailor-made suits and rainy-day skirts, and our prices can't 1ms matched in tlio coun ty, and then wo liavo tlio correct styles and goods, and tlio prices from 2ie to SI. fid wv yard. A beautiful lino of Eiderdown outings at from Ji to 11c per yd. All our fond Print at fie; Heat Apron Ginghams fic. We liavo also a fine line of Ladies' Keady-to-Wear Tailor-Made Suits, iorfcct-fltting-the nicest to Imi had at ior suit from 4.Wi to Slfi. A big lino of Kainy-Day and Long Skirts the bent in tint county; we except no oiio'h stock. Jackets, Capes, Reefers. Our Ladle', Misses' and Cliildren'H Jackets, Capes and Reefers are hero in endless variety, and we have ne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MAKS1IA1.1. REPUBLICAN. Burlington Route New through train to Dortlund and Uuget Sound. "The llurllngton-Xorth-crn Uucllio r.Nprc," ii Xcw Dully Through Train from Kunii City ami St. .loeph for Lincoln. Xorthcl Xebraku, Muck Mill-. Wxomlim. Montana. U'uhlngton, Taeonin. Seattle. I'uirot Soniul anil Uorlland. Orison, via MIIIiil'. Montana the liort line anil time -aver to tin Up per Xorthwct. To Central Montana In i:t lioar: to the liirt Soanil In 7' hour front the Mlourl Ulvcr. Through eouehe nnil ehutr car.. th"oiigli tonrlt lccpcr., through tl Iti Inir car -crvlco ami Mumliird lecpcr. Thl I the main traveled mail Ml ourl Ulvcr to t lit Xorthwe-i. .Number I A. Kaiwan City anil St. lo-cph to Xebraska. Denver. Color mlo. Utah, l'aclllc Collet anil the Xorthwet, via o'1cu: tilo to lite Xorthwc! Montana. Washington, Onon, via Lincoln ami Killing. Wti'klj t alifornla I'.xcur-lou-. Xuinbcr X "Xobra-I'u-Colnrado lvprc.'' from Kaii-a City ami St. .lo-eph the lati'-t night train for Xe hrak...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF ChniieH F.woll wuh on tho Mick 1 Ift Tticsduy. Till Ill'Ht front llf till! Hl'llnOH foil (in Sunday nltrht. W. II. mUIit, of the county, wuh In ihc i'lly TncHiltiy. Ike. Taylor, of lilitekliurii, wuh In Marshall Tuesday. Mm. .1. I.. (iotrtrtu ivni down from P.lmwood Tiicsduy. A. .1. Craven returned from KutiMiiM lty Moniliiy nlrht. Mm. lcn Murrell npcnt Tuendny with Miii'hIiuII frlt'tuln. MIhm'h Mini Mini Mury HurrU liuvo returned from St. Loul. Mr. Mury llurvi'y niciit WedncHilay with rclullvcH ut Mluml. Tom lloriii'! editor of tlx llltickwu ter Nhwh, wuh In town Tuesday. .McsdnmcH A. M. Dlekci'son ami II. I'. Miller wont In Marshall TueHiluy. II. Clny Conler icturntd Friday from ii vlilt to hi fnrni near Alma. Mrn. A. Steele, of MnrtlnvUlc, III., IhvUHIiiu Mrs. T. Clnnrn utlllosscr. Frank I. Schrec. of Kuiihiih JCIly wuh In Marshall on IiiihIiichh Tuesday, Mm. A. M. Utz returned Hutunluy from u vl-lt to frleiulH at Hliuekelfonl. I'rof. IVnlck ue...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Nuw Tnrkl-li Until Tub. l.oi: never n-ul. For nlo at thl-oillee. :Mif Ml . It.'ttlc Ma-on ha- rrttirrieil f If Mil II vlit to f fh'tlllf til KtlllitU-Clty. A. (5. Ilobert-oii of Mt. Leonard, win Iiiik Ik'imi very III, I Improving rapidly. Wvnvy IHo-ser. wife tiinl eon. l.nnle, returnnl reeently from tin eMemleil uo-tern trip. SimpMiti .V Knlclil. Lawyer-, olllre over llnnk of Saline. Millelt a finite of , uiir bu-lue.--. :t:t- Mr.. A. .1. Splittr. of Ptnlurnli. U'y.. I- vMlliur ln'i' il-ter. Mi. W. A. Irvltii' on F.n-twooil Mr-. I. Ft, returnetl Suturilny from ItiHinvllli'. where kIk' vl-ltrtl her uls ter, Mr-. K. S. Mil.-. Huvlil Van Meter ami wife, of Fair vlllc. were In MiioIiiiII Satunlay. tlu L'tit-t- of I Intel Min t. Inliii Joberton. of ICan-u- City. wa tin1 1:111-1 iiiTiiily of A. t!. Uoli crt-on. of Mt. I.i'iiiiiiiiI. Mr-. Sam .loliti'on va- In town Sat urilu.x t'li route from Kiin-n- City to li.c home In Malta llinl. Ml Minnie Mnrri'll ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Joseph Wronker left Monday for St. IjouIh. Capt. AlllHiin returned Friday from Kansas City. J. H. Davis, of Nelson was In llio city Saturday. Ed and Harry June sjient Hundoy In Kansas City. W. W. Hose went to Nelson Satur day to cry a (talc. Holicrt Caraplwll inado a trip to noonvllto Monday. Mis Kato Smith, of Napton, was In town Saturday. MUh SU-lla Sanger In ulto nick, threatened with fever. Dave Vanmeter and wife returned Saturday from St. Louis. Mrs. II. H. Downing I numercd among tlio nick thin week. Walter Striker returned Monday afternoon from St. Louis. Mrri. I). J. linker, of Ml. I'onnrd, wns In MarMlinll Saturday. Dan O'llrlen, or Hotel Hurt harder Hhop Is Htlll on the nick lll. Little Florence Patterson, who has typhoid fever, Ih Improving. II. C. Home and wife have returned from their trip to Indlunapolln. Hoy Huddlcxton, with Ioomls, re turned Friday from Kaunas city. A. E. IoomlH, wife and Hon, V. A. returned Saturday from St. Loui...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. firynu Must W.it. Ki'VImiI Ihx'ki-ry t'linipiiluti -mm coin rlii tllitl In .Mnr-liiill lli'iHililli-inii When whout will -ell for tn cent Ami eorn Is thrown away When all tlio hoRS hsve cholera And eow will ent no liny. When nil tin world la butted And the Inhabitants nro ten, why Dryan will be president Hut Not Till Tlieu. When tliu run linn lout Its brightness, And the rains refue to full. When demoerntIe editor- Have parted from their cull. When cold iiihI silver equal And t ilney's lit the ien. Why llrynn will lie irehlent Hut Not Till Then. When the Filipino- have llekrd us Ami have trampled on our Hue. When Aculnuhlo's pntrlots Hnve rul-eil their dirty rac. When nil our plendld ronntry With Joy cries out "Milieu." Why llrynn will he pie-blent Hut Not Till Then. After tlio Oiln-ston Disaster. Ill tin-supreme houi which followed, -cctlon forcot section. Within n dav a million (Inline- In food :nnl money -prune like tin tiucel out of heaven In the re-cuc of t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPRINCS. Wheat sowing Is iini'l over, lituelc On- I- on the il list this Week. (illlloWlty iV VllWtcr llll' cleaning 1 1 1 1 1 hroOIIICOMI tills Kl'I'ki K It I'.l-cii win III St. Louis on Tiles iliiy tit the Itoo-cvclt meeting. Ml-s Kiinnlc Matthews, of Sweet Spring-, vl-ltcd MNi (Hit Cnlvpi't Inst Week. Mci .1 W llluli' ami Mr IVoelor re liii'iii'il Saturday mnriiiugfi nut itwcck's vlili In Kiiii-iiw City. Herbert Striker anil Lllllc Cower, of Marshall. IlllCllllllI political Speaking here Wednesday evening. .1 W Hriivvn uml wife spent Inst Thursday afternoon vl-lllng llcv Me Kinney uml wife of Malta I lend. .1 C Itrnmlou ami daughter. May, drove out fi'iini Marshall Wediic-ilay evening' ami attended t ! speaking anil returned Inline 'I'ii in -i) ii v. Till' following pintles shipped stock till Merit! II !' Culvert .'I load- III eultle. (icrliard Knell ;i loads nf cat tie to Chicago, .1 M I'lilkerpoil I luail of litrn to St Louis. Thcworkof ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. at at in THE NEW YORK STORE .. ..The cooler days have come and we have bcRiin to Im very busy soiling clothes that are seasonable. The way everything is moving, Dress Goods, Ctoaks and Clothing shows very plninly that we have the right goods at the right prices. Two things we always try to have in making n sale. The Hest Goods for the Least Money and the Correct Styles; the result is that we have walking advertisements every where Pleased Customers. Kvory one who bassoon our Dress Goods will toll you that wo are showing the largest linos and tlio very handsomest things you can soo anywhere In Saline. Heforcyou buy your Autumn Dross loolc through the Department and you will soo that wlmt we say Is correct. A swell lino of Homespuns in stylish shades at fHe. A line of stylish Camels hair suitings (10 inches wide all colorings title. Hcuutlful line of Camels liaircheviots in all the fashionable shades at 1 the yard. Camels hair .orgos at $1 the yard Pebble cloth, t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL-'-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. OCTOBER 19. 1900. NO. 57. CIRCUIT COURT. Carroll's Case Against City Appealed. Other Proceeding of Third Week. II C Sparktt vs Unknown heirs of Nelson Hastings ct nl, quiet title: Kddic nnil Fannie Matthews made party defendants and sum inons ordered. Mnrinli Gilliam et al vs Judith Gilliam et nl, partition; commissioners report approved. Order of sale to sheriff. John W Bryant Kx vs George A Renick et al, quiet title; defendants ordered to bring suit. Susie M Cheathaii vs KCI and Chicago Railroad Co et al, Afreet title; decree as pra 'j ed for. John W Hnxton vs Mary V. Huxton, assign ment dower; commissioners report approved. Charles McLaughlin ct al vsj I) McLaugh lin, ct al, partition; decree as praed for and order of sale. Kendall Hoot and Shoe Co. vs 11. Franklin, attachment; judgment as per stipulation Tiled. G. M. Francisco, ndmr vs C II Vanstonc, receivership; judgment for plaintiff. Motion for new trial file...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL ' XEPUBL1CAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at tho 1'ontonicc in Mnmhall, Mo., an cconil-clai maltor. TERMS: 11.00 I'ER YBAU tN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, OCT. 19, IQOO. WHAT IS THE STATE DEBT? The RttrunucAN .submits the nlmve qucs tlon tn the Democratic papers of Saline coun ty, some of which are now filling their edito rial columns, not with argument, but mere abuse of thn Republican papers, which dare charge the imperial state ring with deception and evasion in the treatment of this issue nud the school fund. The Democratic state platform adopted at Kansas City, in referring to the state debt says: "This debt has been paid off by Dem ocratic economy" (the last legislature for in stance) "under a constitution framed and ad opted by Democrats until only $2,637,000 in bonds remain to be paid." But how does this clause now tally with the statements mnde by the Republic, Seilcrt and other Democratic sources, which proclaim that the state certifi c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Kor I'ri'olilcnl, WIM.IAM MtiKINI.KY. For Vli-il'n-klilciil( "TKIlhV" ItOOHK.VKl.T STATK. Vur (liivcriMir, JOMK.I'II KI.UIIV. Kur Mi'iili'iiiiiil-UiiviTiiiir. K. K.At.l.KN. fur Mi-rrrtnry if Minds W. I.. I'OUTKUKIK.I.H. for Hlnli' Tri'imuriTt W.H.KI.KMINd. for Auillliir, W.K.IIUIKIIAHM. Kur Atloriu-y.tli-iitTiil, Hi K.ll'KAI.I.llN. for KiillriHiil 'iitiuiil-liiii'r, .(.(UltllHK. CONCKHSSIONAI.. Vur ('iimri , II. II. I'AUHONM. SKNATOKIAI.. Kur Hlnli- Hi'iiiiiitr. M.T.HIAMTAIN. COUNTV. H'iYv'iilnlli', Kir. I HMrli-1. K. II. ItltoWN. Ciiuiily .luilKf. Klrl IH.lrl.l. (IKultltK W. IIIMIIIAM. Kt'liri-M'iiiutlvi. Sit'iinil IUlrlcl. IW.MK.UON llltlt (Nullity .liiiliif. Hi I HMrli-1. IIKNIIY IIAI.ICAII. t.'oll.'ctur, IIKIIIIKItT WII.MON. I'roMviitlnicAlloriicy, Till (MAM K. OTI.K.V. HIiirllT. K. It. KI.HKA. Trviiiirvr. I.. II. MllltUK.I.I.. V. K. Kit. I. ION. Hurvt'yor, W. II. M It 1,1,1 NH. I'iiIiIIi AiliiiliiU'iriilnr. K. It. MATIIKH. t'lir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Missouri Valley District Medical Society. The regular meeting of this So ciety wan held in the Circuit Court Room, Tuesday, Oct. iCth, at to a. ni. Roll call, minutes read and approved. Committee on anti-vivisection bill which was referred to them at last meeting continued. Dm. Man nitig and Harrison, committee. Drs. G. A. Richart, of Black burn, and J. D. Jackson, of Mar shall, make application for mem bership. Referred to committee on credentials. Dr. F. G. C. Walker was made an honorary member. Drs. Harrison, Spottsand Chas tain, committee on credentials. Amendment of constitution, changing time of meeting from quarterly to semi-annually name ly, third Tuesday in Apt it and Octolnir, adopted unanimously. Dr. L. A. Bazau, of Shackel ford, read an exhaustive paper on typhoid fever which was well re ceived by the association. Drs. runtou ami wnlnrigut, ol Kansas City, having arrived were made members by invitation and the privilege of the floor extended them. Dr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

tttttttttftlftttlfifttttm HEAR THE DEMOCRAT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Kennedy Cambpell. A pretty church wedding took place nt the Catholic Church on Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, the contracting parlies being Mr. Frances Patrick 4 Kennedy, win of the late Janu s Kninedy, ol Shack elford, and MUs Jane Catherine Camplell, d ingliier of Jus. Camp hell, living two uiilis south of Marshall, and who recently moved here from Carrolltou. Mr. Charles Roe and Miss Mary Campbell, a sister ol the bride, were the only attendants The patty entered the church to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding chorus, played on the mgiiu by Miss Annie Kline, of Shackelford, and took their places in front of the altar when Rev. Father Fran ces J. O'Neil in a few well chosen words mad? tlu m man ami wife. The hi ide a winsome hruiu-ltc was handsome in an elegant gown ol gray silk embroidered poplin, with taffeta, and velvet tiim tilings, a small toque, of gray, mak ing a stybsh costume. She car ried a handsome prayer ...

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