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MARSHA! I llF.PIIRIir.AN
MAItSIIAI.L, SAUKH COUNTY, MISSOURI. SKIT. 1., 18DH.
riSHINO BCCNC, NEAR canthaqc. mo
Cum toy of Tin .MsM"ii I'ncific Railway Comjiaiiy.
FAIR QUEEN OF THE f LOWER (ARHIVAt.
Tht Flower Parade Mutt Hire a Queen and
Maids ot Honor. Nine.
All ATTRACTlVt ftATURt Of THE mi fAJfi.
By Popular Vote, the Allotment of ibex Honor
Will be Made. Candidates lor the Distinction
From all Partt of Saline. Nominated by
the Miitletoe Club.
BLACKWATER BRIDGE RUNAWAY.
On the Sctlali.-i-M.irnh.ill ro.nl. twelve miles
south of here, on Monday )occtuicd nn accident,
which n-eiiis miraculou, when the fact that no
injuiics were received, is taken into account.
A team belonging to Chns. Zeiglc attached t n
hay wagon and driven hy a lioy named Arthur
Drayman, became frit'.hteued on the lung rocky
hill on the other side of the cteek and tailed
running north' The driver was thrnwii out,
I nit citing to the lines until almost insensible as
n result of bruises upon the rocks over which
he was d.aggcd, Tearing on down the narrow
road, the wild team Mishitl upon the bridge,
tliere to meet Mr. Zciglc ncamipaniul by .small
sou and daughter, iu n buggy. Meeting on this
narrow causeway, the Ihikk)' wax inn into and
the occupants thrown out, almost iu the crick
beneath, while the craed horses continued
their mad enft till they reached home. It was
n case of most certain good luck, that no lives
were lost, and will be recognized as such by
those wiio know the scene of the oi-ciirreuce.
LIVE STOCK WORLD
neiKhborlitHxl, and a generally good crop out
look. -Thursday's K. C. Drovers Journal.
Rolf & (Iran were iu St. f.ouis Tuesday with
1,3.11 pound steers from Mt. Leonard, that
brought 5s,v nud l,.l( pound fleers sold at
It. M. Wood i oft of lltackwater, was In St.
Louis Tuesday, with 6.1 head 1,465 pound
steers of his personal feeding that were bought
by "uifl fc Company nt 5.85.
Kugcnc Dame ami Iitta Shrinkler, Marshall.
Henry C. Casey and Snvin Drown, Harde
man. Joseph Downing and Delia I). Marr, Miami.
Noel 1'. McDauiel, Miami and I'loreuce
Richardson, Henrietta, Texas.
lidgar O. Wiseman, Kossvillc and Catherine
M. Hooker, Mater.
I. I1. Taylor, of Dlackhmii, Mo , topcd the
sheep 111:11 ket today with a small bunch of
Shropshire ewes, averaging 11 1 lbs, that
brought ...15 nud a few head of .Si-lb lambs
that brought 3.50. These were of his own
raising. He leports good corn proiccts iu his
In the contest i.i the Klghlh Mlssoitii Dis
trict on Tuesday, Judge Shackleford defeated
Vosholl by n majority of J,6jj, The l'opulist
candidate received only 700 votes and did not
move .1 factor In the light Hcpublicau losses
111 tluir own counties, through uon-orgaiila-tloii
accounts for the sic of the inajority,whilc
the opposition had a tchool district nrgauiia
tiou throughout the district.
b'oir as are the dowers, they are destined to
have a tpiccu Thursday night of Carnival week
- which has ibecii dedicated to the event of
magnificent flower parade, who shall outshine
these beauties of nature, by arraying them as
accessories and ornaments of her own person.
Dut who rhall be this honored queen Is hard to
tell, for Saline has many fair daughters, who
could .with greatest ease nml mnt panning
grace adorn the scat of even a queen of flowers,
and for this reason the contest promises to lie
The most popular and Interesting feature of
street fairs iu nearly every city has been the
flower parade; iu Marshall, it will hold the same
pre eminent position. It will be a scene of
lcanty, In which stylish equipages, arrayed In
some flower theme, with gaily and richly cap
arisoned horses, bearing the contesting parlies
appropriately garbed, will conictc for 1 prize
to lie offered to the most striking, picturesque
and handsome out fit, taken all in all.
following is given the announcement of the
committee, upon this feature of the Carnival,
Ut'KltN' 01' Till! I't.nuiltt r.uuin:.
One of the most attractive features of the
Marshall Street Fair week will be the Flower
l'aradc nud the central attractiou of the Flower
l'aradc will be the Queen of the Flower Carni
val and her nine Maids of Honor.
At a meeting of the Miitletoe Club the fol
lowing young ladies were nominated as candi
dates for the distinction;
Miami I.izie Hatuucr.
Arrow Kock Nellie Martin.
Slater Kena Keed.
Gilliam Matlle Richardson.
Sweet Springs Nell Owens.
Dlackburn I.eta Hancock.
Mt. Leonard Minnie Kyau.
Nnpton Minnie Murrell.
Malta Html Grace Houston.
Nelson Utile Richardson.
Fairville Clara Irvine.
Marshall Mattie Rca, Catherine Cordtll,
fCO.NTINI'lill ON' I'AOIt l Ol'K.