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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Barliagton lento- New through trains to Portland and Pnjrot Sound, "Tho Burlington-North-ern Pacific Express," a Now Dally Through Train from Kansas City and St. Joseph for Lincoln, Northwest Nebraska, Black Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Tacoma, Seattle, Pugct Sound and Portland, Oregon, via Billing, Montana the short lino and time savor to tho Up per Northwest. To Central Montana In 4.1 hours; to tho Puget Hound In 70 hours from the Missouri Hlver. Through coaches and chair cars, through tourist sleepers, through din ing car service and standard sleepers. This Is tho main travelod road Mis sourl Ulvcr to the Northwest. Number Kansas City and St. Joseph to Nebraska, Denver, Color ado, Utah, Pacific Coast and the Northwest, via Ogdcn; also to tho Northwest Montana, Washington, Oregon, via Lincoln and Billings. Weekly California Excursion. Number 2-1, "Nebraska-Colorado Express," from Kansas City and St. Joseph the latest night train for No braska, Colorado...

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. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. UUMOJKAtIO TRUST RE'JORD- All legislation Now on Our 8t.itute Book Whs I'Ihc-(1 I'll i'.m by tlm Re publicans mill tlm Ofiuicr.Vfl Vu't'd Ag.iltut a Ooiintltntioiml AiiiciiJmiit t Kfgulat u Tlii-m Ouly l'utir Uuutbs Ago. Every line of legislation now on the -tut nli' books of tlii I'niti'il States ill reeled against trusts anil unlawful Irnilc combinations wan placed there I iy tin- Republicans. Tluit there arc not iiini'i! Mi lucent law again! tlii'in I (lie fault nf the llCIIUMTIltll! party. The last occasion on which tlm par tics, Ill IcpiCsl'lltcll III COUgress, Weill on record on the trust iUcsllou wu on June M, I1HHI. On that iluy u llmil vnlc was taken mi u I'liii-tltiitliinal tiiiii'iiilini'iit to grant congress power to "ili'llni'. tttr 1111111', prohibit mill dissolve trusts, monopolies anil combinations, whether existing In tin1 lot m of corporation or otherwise." It ii'iiili''i ii two-thirds vote nf con gress to submit u constitutional ii'iicud mi'ii...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPRINGS. W A Vowter Ih sick. .1 II Oallowny was In Marshall on Thursday. Mesdamcs Proctor mid Itlnlr visit cd in Malta Hend Tuesday. Jan Orr and It W Cowan nro Imvln their oat straw stacks baled. Galloway and Vnwter hove finished cleaning their liroom rorn. F U Kisea Ih on the slok lint this week. .1 list worn out with eumpulgn work. David, Fergus and Harry Orr tiro all cnnllncd to the house with tnularl al fever. Mlses Oldham and Greenlee, of Marshall, sHnt Sunday with Mrs .1 V Hlulr. Alvls Vawter bought a largo ainotint of eorn from Flynn Hro., near Shack elford for il.10 er harrel, delivered. G. O. 'riiornton and faintly attend ed the Aloxundor-SHMioor wedding near Mt. Ia'oiiuiiI Wednesday even ing. Kcv. McKlnucy and wife drove out Wednesday evenlnjf from Malta I lend and took supor with Churles llrown anil wife. V. 1', F.lson has returned from a trip through some of the southern conn tie, looking for euttle to eat his grass. Ho eould buy ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Try I)om I s ' home m ado candy . ( .13 1 m Oysters received direct from Haiti mom at Loomls'. .'W I in Mrs. I. O. Striker rcturnud from St. Louis Wedneitday. Dr. M. T. CliiiHtaln made a visit to his farm Tuesday. .Thomas (till Hieut Sunday with his brother lu Glasgow. V. L. Now I oo va tho guoit of friends In Lllwrty Sunday. John Itector,of Slater, was a visitor In our city Tuesday. I. C. Armcntrout was In lloonvllle Monday on business. Mrs. Dr. Mary Mansur wns In Sla ter professionally on Tuesday. II. Y. Gephart spent several days at his home near Nelson this week. Mrs T .1 Hawkins has returned from a visit to friends at Kuiihiis City. A. K. Loomls and Major Donley sMnl Wednesday In Kaunas City. V. W Umhurgcr went to Uoonvlllo Miiuduy as a witness In a law case. .1. C. Uiinlap, of Denver, Colorado, visited friends lu Ibis city Sunday. Kick Talbot letiirned Sunday night from a business trip to Kansas City. Miss Nellie Hose returned Saturday nigh...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 'DESPOT.' St, Louli Republic Galled Lincoln a nrper in a Doomed Republic. Us- On the presidential election day In 18414 the Missouri Itcpubllcan, now tlio St. LouU ltopublle, published the following halr-ralslng apjieal (or the defeat of Abraham Lincoln and the rescue of the country from the final throeit of Imperialism: Kt.KCTION DAY. From the Missouri itcpubllean, No vember H, mi. Friends of constitutional liberty, will you thU day arouse yourselves to the full appreciation of the danger that surrounds you? The frightful strides which the present administra tion has already made toward the us urpation of powers unknown to the constitution, tho outrages upon Indi vidual lllierty, the usurpations of ar bitrary authority In all parts of the country without even tho pretext, In many Instances, of military necessity, the corruptions of official simulators, who, In tho name of loyalty and suck ing tho very life blood of the nation, without tho rebuk...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. FOR IT IE BILVES. Bryan D.clarae for 8x'een ti One lo the Mot Extrtne and Violent Forms. Wlion Hryan was spe..klng In Ann Arbor, Michigan, Thursday, October lllh, someone In the audience called out, "How about fret) silver"' and lie replied an follows: "We are In favor of the free coin ago of allver at tho ratio of sixteen to ono without waiting for the aid or consent of any other nation oa earth." There It In free silver doetrlae In all Hh Junker, recklessness and fana ticism. Not u syllable of quallflca tlon or caution. No hint of a itafer ratio no suggestion of securing the co-oieratlon of any other nation, but a reckless plunge by this country, slnglchanded and alone, In an at tempt to maintain sliver at double Km actuul value! Angry men tell the truth. Nettled by tho timely urn) isrllneiit question, Hryan let the cat completely out of tho bag. Stung by the keen reminder, he dropted bU campaign niank and avowed the full truth an men do some times in their wr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. tt T Tlf A I" - tt 7c ttfcVK Jk, S i 3 tt tt 3 ft HON. HARRY H. PARSONS REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS tt WHO WILL SPEAK AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES ON DATES ASSIGNED 3 3 tt tt tt tt 8 tt Kidgo Pralriti Saturday, Octotmr 27tli, 7:M) p. in. Napton Monday, Octolmr 30th. 2:00 p. in. Arrow Kock Monday, Octolior 2th, 7:2)0 p- in. Gilliam Tuesday, October, .'toth, 2:00 p. in. Sinter Tuonday, (Motor Otli, 7:0 p. in. Now Frnnkfort Wednertday, Octolior .'list, 2:00 p. in. Miami Wediujuday, Octolwr Hint, 7:.'U) p. m. Lnynenvillo Thurwlay, Novomlior lwt, 2:00 p. in. Blackburn Thursday, Novomlior lnt, 7:80 p. in- Sodaliu Friday, Novomhor 2nd, 2:00 p. in. Horndon Saturday, Novomlior Hd, 2:00 p. in. NoIhou Monday, Novomlior fith, 2:00 p. in. Marshall Monday, Novomhor nth, 7:K0 p in. 8 8 tt tt 8 tt tt 8 8 3 3 3 tt tt 8 THE VOTERS OF. SALINE COUNTY SHOULD BE iURE TO HEAR HIM tt tt 2 The people of Saline county know Harry Parsons and his ability as a speaker. tt He returns to his...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. NOVEMBER 2. 1900. NO. 59. COLONEL DALTON AT MARSHALL The Old Missouri Democrat Advocates the Election of Flory and Republican State Ticket Because His Own Party Has Failed to Fulfill Its Trust. HIS REASONS FOR DECLARING THAT MISSOURI NEEDS A CHANGE Delayed by the Wreck on C. & A. from Filling His Afternoon Appointment, He Addresses a Crowded House at Night. The influence of Hill Phelps nnd the rail romls is evidently ngninst the Republican can (liilates this year. At lcnt the Saline county contingent hnvc begun to del this wny, since the wreck upon the C. tt A. which prevented Colonel . Richard Pulton from reaching his Wednesday nfternoon nppniututeut here. The continuous rains of the day nnd night before nnd on the morning of Vedueslny, transforming the eountiy roids into mires of mud, prevented nuy large uumherol the coun try people fioiu coining to Mnrshnll to hear the gentleman from Halls county. His train did ...

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

MARSHALL KKI'UBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'litetvil ut tliu l'o-tolllce In Miii.oIiiiII. Mo., as mil mutter. TK.itM.S: l.i)ri:i: VKAU IN ADVANCK PERCY H. VAN DYKC, Editor. MAKSII.M.I., MISSOt'KI, NOV. 2. I yon. . - Klection day Tuesday. Vote Tuesday, Nov. dtli. Vote early Tuesday Nov. 6th. Vote for a continuance of our present pros perity. Vote your own ticket and then see tliat your Republican neighbor votes. Tlie Republican county nominees are in the highest sense worthy of the suffrage of the electors of Saline countv. The Republican county ticket is composed of clean, honest and capable men, and is good enough to vote straight. Vote for establishing and maintaining our authority on those islands acquired by a trea ty, whose adoption Mr. Hryan hiuiscl tirged. "Do you want to swap horses while cross ing Prosperity's stream" is n very forcible wav of putting tlx- paramount issue of the c.'.m (iiiign. . The paramount issue is: Are you willing to let good enough alone?" And the ans...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Kiir I'rmlili'lll. WILLIAM Mi'KINI.KV. Vot Vli'c.'rf.ili'iil, "TKIlliY" IIOOSKVKI.T STATU. l-'ur (liiviTiior, .HHKI'll 1'l.dltV. h'ur Lli'iili'iiiiiiI'ditvi'riKir, K. I-'.AI.I.KN. Vr Hivn'lury nf Hlnlt'. W. L. I'lillTKUKIHLIl. Knr Sinn Tri'iintinT. w.h. i'liiminil fur Aiiilllnr, W. K. Ill.tlKltAI'M. Kur Allnriii-.v.Oi'iii'riiL K. IMl'FA LUIS'. Kur Idillriiiul t'iiiiiiiillinii r. CONCKKSSIONAL. K.ir Ciiiiurc. II. II. I'AllhON. SUNATOUIAL. Tor Willi- Si'iiiilnr, M.T. I'll ATTAIN. C)t'NTV. It.'iir.-, ntiillw. I'li-I IH.lrlcl. I'.. II. llltilWN. 1'iiiiiit.v .Imliif, Klrt HMrti-t, (IKiillili: W. lilMIIIAM. lt' ir.''iitiillM'. Hii'iiihI HMrli'1. CAMKItllN llltll t'liuiily .Imlms Hi'imhiiI IH-lrli'l, It US It V IIALKAII. IIKItllKIIT WILSON. I'liiMiMilliiU'Alliiriii-.v, TWl.MAH K. OTLI'.Y. siHTiir. i". it. i:ii:a. Tri-M-invr. L. I). MIMIIIKLL. W. K. KM. I. II IN. Hiir'.iir. W. II. Mil LI. INS. I'iiIiIIi' Ailiiilnl'lriilnr. I'. II.MATIIKS. I'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL KEPUbLlCAN. HOW TO VOTE Instructions to Electors, According to P.c vised Statutes of 1899. Read Carefully. Suction .tJ Millots to be delivered to voter to he marked, how? On utiy diy of election of public officer, in any election district, eacli qualified elector shall he entitled to receive from the judges of election one It ill t of cadi pilitieil puty vot"tl tor at said election. It shall he the duty of said judges of election to deliver such billots to the elector Meforo delivering any hallot.s to the electors the two judges of election having charge of the ballots shall write their names or initials upon the hick of the ballots, with ink or indellible pencil, and no other writing shall he on the luck of the billot, except the nu nber of the billot vote I. Sue 7,105. Voting voter shall proceed, h w? On receipt of his ballots the elector shall lorthwilh, and without leaving the polling place, retire alone to one of the places, ho ths or complements provided, t prep ire h...

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. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ARRAIGNS MR. COONEY. Harry H. Parsons' Speech at Spring field, in Which He Take Up the Record of Hit Opponent. The Springfield Republican, in reporting the address made in tltnt city 1 Hon Hnrry H Parsons, tin- Republican congressional can didate, says: "His effort ivns pro nounced hy ntany to Ik; one of the best sjK'eclU'S heard hero in the present campaign. He is n clean and convincing speaker nod no one who heaid Into, doubts that il elected to congress, he vould he heard from." After Mr. Parsons had thorough ly discussed l ho questions of the wonderful growth of our trade and commerce under the I Motley hill nud the gold .stand. ird law, he took up nud disclosed ami elaborated itKn the record his opoiiont, Mr. Coouey, had made while in the American congress. He .vud that Mr. Coonoy was pretending to lie against trusts and the friend of (he lid Miring man, hut that on the 21st of June, 1000. Mr Coonoy voted against the I.iltlefleld imti trust law, the rurpnso...

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. — 2 November 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. QUOTED BY A FAKIR. La Veen, who Concocted a "Burch ard" Story Which Bryan and Jones at Once Used, was a Reporter for the Kansas City Sunday Sun. A Scurrilous and Indecent Sheet Suppressed by The Police. Kansas City, Mil . Ocloht r 29. Ivmc I.n Won, tho New York n p ul r. whose voracity is the -olo lusis mi which the Democratic Nn tiotiat Committee is trying to bisc tlie "Burchard" story of the m campaign, lins a disreputable news p.iper record in Kansas City. Dis charged Iroin line paper for the most liirefaced faking, he went to the Sunday Sun, the scurrilous sheet that was finally suppressed hy the polic", and its perpetrators dtivoti out of town on pain of being sent to the pcnitciitiaiy. All those pruetit at the Roose velt (linnet at the I 1 1 1 1 1 Avenue Hotel in Nvw York on Ft idny even ing deny that Senator Scott said, "Right here I want to s.iy that I believe in trusts: they ate a good thine,." and the story is upheld solely by the veracity of I.a Veen,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . Reception on Highland. mm i t x. ! t 1 he ptcttv home of Major I.ee ,, ' ' 1 1 11 iiK nes, 011 r.ugnsii ave inc. was .. .... , thrown open on Friday afternoon . ., 1 . . . mi uif iicepiion 1:1 veil ny Mrs. Hughes and daughter, Miss Maude, to the Alltgrc.xn club and other Iriciids. The entire house was converted into a bower of lieauty by the use of cosmos, and never in the his tory of Marshall's club receptions was such an abundance of this beautiful liower ever seen, The reception hall was done in dark , pink, liotilcriiig upon tin- dahlia shades, the parlors in shades nfj wild rose, while in the dining room great bunches of the feathery white blossom were used in addition to decorations of autuinu leaves in lt,.l,lt. t I hi.'.: lt..i,.u ih.Il ' '. "";-. pleasant remiuiler of the fall. The receiving part were. Mrs. Hughes and Mis Maude, Mes dames W. S Huston. S I). New ton, S, W. Armcntrout and Chas. Putter Mts. Hughes received in a hand some black gieundiiie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KAKT W KMT KITE TNE CNAHES IN TIME TAILES 1 KAHT- ( ( WKMT : I LOCAL IN IRIEF. Try I .omuls' homo moileconily. (IW I in .1. L. Mcail, of Fnyctto, wan a vic tor Friday. It. II. Tuylnr returned from Kunnun City Friday. C. W. Parent left Mondny for a nhort trip eant. Oyntom received direct from Haiti morp nt Looml'. HH (in Al HuwkliiM. of Fulrvtlle, witt In Murnhull Saturday. Mln Molllo Green, of Hluckhurn, wan In the city Saturday. Hoy Allnon left Friday for it xhort visit to Kuiihuh City friends. M. L. MsidlhOii, of Setl si 1 1 u, spent Sunday with Murnhull frlendn, Joseph Humlll iiinl wife ncut. Sun day with rclutlvon lit Mt. IamiiiuiiI. .lohu N. Yeuclo uud Itlchurd Gnlnrn returned from Kunnun City Frlduy. New Turkish Ituth Tub,t4.(NI; never iim d. For nulc ut thin olllce. 24 tf Minn Grueo Vurdemuu of the county wuh a vlnltor iu MurHhall Saturduy. Mm. May Dance, of lloonvllle, wuh the client Frlduy of Mm. I .yd a Huj iich. William Prior, who huH liecn nick for a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIEF Judge J. T. Stouffcr, of Napton, was In town Saturday. A. II. Stewart left Sunday for an extended trip on fie road. Miss Hopkins, of Soil all a, Is tlic guest of Mr. Samuel Davis. Moll Sandldgo and wife, of Nelson, spent Saturday In Marshall. L. W. Scott and son, Holland, snt Saturday and Sunday at their farm. Go to Nice A Duller for tho choicest cult In liecf. At oMra house moat market. ."Wlm Minn Mary Lewis, of Gilliam, ent Saturday and Sunday at her homo In thU olty. Miss Knima Denny, of M. V. C, spent Sunday with her parent at Armstrong. Mrs. A. (1. (Iraham U quite Hick with typhoid fever at her home In Wont Marithall. I'uro leaf home made lurd and home in ml e sausage at Nice .V IIuiIlt'h at okt house meal market. 38 Ira lloltert Land and daughters, Hero nleu and Kill a are very III with tyhold fever at their home In Nelson. Mr. Annie Dugglns returned Sat urday from a visit to her sister, Mr. Hiram lllanehard at Waverly. Misses I leu I ah Shar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL RM'UBLICAK Burlington Route. Ncw.throiitfli train to I'ortlunil ami Pniret Soutul, "The Hui-lhiu'tjHi-Nui tli ern I 'wllli! Kxprcs,'' h New Dolly Throiinh Ti uln from Kihimui City ami St. .loiifpli lor Lincoln. Northuot Nehru.kii, Uliiuk 11111k. Wyoming, Montana. Wii-lilimton, Taeoinii, Scuttle, "l'liprt .Sound ami I'ortlunil, Oreiron. via IIIUIiil'n Montana the hurt line uml tlnm nver to tliu n'r Noithwct. To (Vntritl Montaiiu In 1.1 hotiri: to tin; l.'iwt Souml In TO hour from the MIonrl lllvor. Tlirmmli roiioliu anil chair ear.., tlp-oiitfli tourlfl i-lcopcr... tliiouh illtf Inir cur nei'vlco uinl olutnlnril leepcr. Till. I the main trnvi'lcil I'mul Ml .ourl Klvcr to the Northwest.. Nnmlicr 1. Kniiiiii (Jlty anil St. .lo-i-pl'i to NV'linifku, Denver. Cohii" ii. In, l.'tah, I'licllli: fitiiKt anil the Noitlnvoct, via Otfilen; aim to the NortliwrM Montunu. Wnihlnirtou. uri'tfon, via Lincoln mul Hllllni.'.. Weekly Mllfomla Kxcurrflon. Niiiii'int -I. ,'Ni'liiaka.t:olorailo K...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. lift hvvu IhiIo-hm!, not Uhhium' It Iiiim luxitl ifimiltliiill tlllllllflttl. Illll ImHMIII! One of the n.oxt iK-aulUiil, ax wfll ux ,im. m,'mU , tm. Innj).ty ..f ..r.K..n . I J ' Knu'llxlnncn. to lie n xuprcinc'.ncec-Mlty Klvcn h.v the . i. C.eluh j .,,, , , MHtll,l1(, ,,, uranec of xtandlnt hy nne'x own country nml line's own trovcrnmenl. Halloween Party. In- inii-t U'liiitlfill one of tin1 moxl original partlex of the! M'll-Oll, wax on Wcdiic-diiy cvciiliiL', tvtolter III, ul Ilia hcmitlful home of P. II. I tt a on Ktil Arrow Min i. Tin- bcUUtlfUl dec oration Of lllltlllllll ll'llVCN made u lit xettltnr for tin1 ny cnxtutnex of tin; llinkilll! UU'Jxlx, Till1 hollrC WIlx lighted uxcltixlvuly with .luck O'Lun-Inn- ami the con-crvntnry In the illtn llllil wit convened Into u fnrcxt, with uruml old palm- nml vomit; maple titfn xtaudlii.' II tin unil eirci In their U'liiitlfill lot time with trulliuir vlncx, etc., maklnc u llttlni: place lor II. I'. Sh'm't who ret...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. GOLDEN HULE JONES. H Brlitvr in tlie UrowOi of th- TnmU. At theCllleilKotru-t ronfereiiee. Sep- trinlier It. IMH. SamtiL'l M. .lone, mayor of Tiiloilo. Ohio, wlio I- now msikliii! i-tiinip iehe for Itr.vmi, -uhl: 'I helleve in a lurjri pioiram for oi'li-ty. I lielleve It to Ih our iluty ami irlvlletfe In till- ri'piililli! to llml a plan lilt; enoiijh to piovhle for all the M'iiilc. ami I fiv In tin- unmth of tin' tm'st an Imlli'atloii of the jjrow. Inir Mielnl movement Iowiii iIk mllif- tlvl-in. I Ill'lll'Ve III IllOtlll'lllOOll. Ml do the maker of tin' triiM. "Tin' triumph of tlir h um l one of tin- marvel- of tlm eln-fm: year of the nineteen eeiitury: lint they ait' an ivo tuiiuli' ili'vi'lopiui'iil. Mi li'tly In the line ol proirie- anil our piohlem I not how to ile-troy them, out how to u-e thrill for thi' coihI of all. Like their prototype, tin luhor avinir imii'lntry. i-on-trui'teil of wooil ami Iron, tlu'.v have enine to tay A lulnr-avlnt: niaeliltie in ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Aiiel Quartet. Muiiiliiy evening, Oetolicr -lth, wax the ocfaxloti of u rnii' treat fur loverx nf hlj-h dn itui-lc. The Ariel iiiiir let. with rof. O. Iftljier a -4 plnnlxt ami miixicul director, with It excel lent miii(ii't In Hi Hi-Hi aiM'iiranee, wax erected with a laruc mid certainly one of tlieiniist appreciative, audlencc. ever axKi-nihleil In tl,u Mar-hall Opera llnu-e anil tl m- cil Iti'lv ereiHtahle manner In which every niiiiiher wu rendered, xpcnkx volume for t lit tab enliil .mmiii pupil ami Ihelr Inxtrue tor with hi- excellent metlioilit. The (crfiirmri-x, who muile xiieh an eh Ciuil -taste tiiiearanee, would have ilone credit Hi artl-tx of iiilvaneeil year., ami theelaliorate program wax lemlereil In xttrh a manner n to xlm ply Uhlonl-.il the nmllenee, who were mil inopni i-il for xiich a hlnh-clu-x en teitalniui nt. It li Indeed erullfy lu: to know that thou I mi much real muxlcnl talent In our city. Theilnet, a familial air from "Mil heinlan Clrl...

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