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THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.
THE One democratic cilitor pretends to have experience to lean iiikiii, should make inn
made a personal investigation of Doekcry's most excellent Head lor llic great campaign of
silver record and acquits him of the charge so 1900.
7. ,"7' 7, , V 1 ,7v,.7 " " f,.'n f ,nCe t,"'1!ni"K "'e1R01,'1 "'"'J' Democratic papers seem to b: thoroughly
Knlrrnl nt thu IWtottlw In Manhall. Mil. ar,, The rcsu t of his looking backward Is .,. ,,,tr ' .,!,,.. i ,1,,, i.m ,i.,i.
.ivmuWln. mnttiT. . , .1 1.1 enjoying their recent victory in the J-.iglitli
m"nMa" mnlU not more surprising than the manner adopted, dlsttict( aml lllc varclv of c.ll)s
TUtMS. 1 Kit H)ckery , cfe ,rave) le founiU 0, o c u tmi er wnd( ihhikm
" " t!ie press favorable to his candidacy, were not .i..im..i Mn..,nri. 1.. ...
PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor, romnlted under th twrsmiil supervision of the "0W dcsiS"a,td a Democrats. In fact, at
compUt, under the personal supervision o the lhs n, ow l)at )lnJs lI(is
makshaix, M.S.SOI-K., Mi.T. H, .69. ,""' bul ral,,er ,1,c VI b"fM of conglomeration, is that all are "knockers,"
... r . i cx conSt"'"i"1- - opposed in some way or another lo the present
Labor Day was tabor day indeed in this town, In view of the contempt certain Democratic policy of the nation at directed by the Prcsl.
unless yon were wealthy enough lobe a banker, editors often express concerning the views of dent and his party, perhaps as to expansion, or
New Knglanders, It sounds rather Ironical for again to the money standard. Which ever
Marshall is certain to continue the street such lion-admirers to praise with gusto and lies nearest and dearest to the heart of these
improvement commenced, for the reason that pride, the uupttriotic utterances of a few Ilos- obstructionists, is of cour.pronounccd the rea
the amount already contracted for, will remain ton jiugoes. These very men have always son of Republican defeat in the Klgltth. One
indefinitely in progress, classed Uostoulau sentiment as peculiarly liar- thing is certainly treated with little concern,
,, . , . . row minded and selfish, because extremists of by those who would make political capital of
The silent way in which the photograpl.e have often been guilty of these the result, that is more deserving of considera-
I nice decamped from Miami, and the same old these New Kngland- tlon, even at first glance; and in this, the or-
story tbetc of how he worked a few people, is , , ,, , , . , , " ... ... , , . , ,
' , , , 1, .1 , .1. .1.-. . i .1.1-... . sich as Adk sson and 11 lk, were exam- ganlzation of the successful party Is referred
a complete vindication of the charges this pa- , , . f . r . .. 1 t u
ulde and stood ready to prove, incd, by these Westerners, who fear we arc not to. Irom Cooper to Calloway, a school dis-
psr 11 .11 1 at 1 s "" c capable of expanding, they would find them- trlcl oigaiiUatiou was erfcctcd, that succeed.
The veiy fact lli.t wr arc to have a street selves in the company and their opinions in cd in bringing out the Dcmocr.itic vote, and it
fair, has already proven o( much good In nd. tccordauce with those, whom they have been is likewise apparent that the Republican losses
vcrtising Marshall ns a town in line with mod wont to call bigots. Another instance of the were in their strongest counties, not from
cttt ideas and energetic community spirit. The strange bed-fellows, politics often makes. changed ballots, but from a failure upon the
real thing will tiling lictler returns than the .. . , ,, . , . , ,. ,, part of the county committees to poll their full
good effects preceedlng the occurrence. The follow ng editorial of the k. C Mar, , Thc rcvtc w ,rllc 0f lllc
, ?,"S',irr ',y 1 'e rc" '" Shackleford party, for even in Calloway, every
The victims of the trusts in several tines the hlghth District: There is no hope a pres. Uclllocratlc votc t0 bc sccrcil W,M,0CU. It
have, it seems, concluded that In order to pro- nit that auy Democratic stronghold in Missouri a M of bccr orKa,)ltalon
tcct themselves they must be their o.vn savi- will bc overthrown. Kansas canVvltch around '
ours. The butchers, natural enemies ol the from a Republican majority of more than 8o,. At thc recent meeting of thc Hoard of Man
beef trust.threatcn to establish a packing house 000 to the electiou of a Populist Governor, agers of the Colony for the t-'ccblc Minded and
in Kansas City, which would certainly put an Kentucky can change front and elect a Repub- KpUeptic, of which board our fellow townsman
end to the trust prices and thus destroying its tican Governor; Maine has been known to tie- i p, ItiKKiti is n member; that body fixed
aim, make inellcetnal the combliiat ion. sell the Republican standard;Pennsylvania mid upon November 6th, i.syo as the date upon
, Ohio arc occasionally eijuat to thc election of which a selection for the site of this institution
Thc Democrat News asks for an explanation Democratic Governors, tltit Missouri Is like tthemadc. Considerable discussion has
ol "why all sensible people oppose Mr. Mc- unto thc Kthiopian, who holds his dusky skin U-Cn !iad here, as to the benefits to bc detived
Kinlcy and his expansion policy" and this and follows thc example ol the leopard that ,rom iM 1,(0,, mr ,,sti nmi Marshall Is
from one doubtless, who reasons from his own changes' not his spots. "Whether there bf refericd to by outside cities r..s utic of thc con
assertions and false hypothesis, that because prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tC9t;ulls ff jis location The number of thc
McKiuley's course dots not exactly conform tongues, they shall case- whether there be unfortunate class the bsllermeut of whose con-
with his own ideis. therefore he (the editor knowledge, it shall vanish away;"but the pow- ttioll N ,llB 0,jccl of thu i,titlln. KiVt.s tlc
nmi not his inferior the president 1 is a sensible er of Democracy in Missouri is as enduring as only corrrct estinutc uhii which to bac its
man. Vanity thou art a jewel, that would cmi,y whlch never falls importance and the amnu.it of revenues to lie
hidefrom one's own self what others think. . .. expected as a rrsnlt ol its locatim I ere. If
aiuTaTtow one's misgivings to have full sway. In Pat I))er Last "News Letter, Chair- i.,- nsvlitms atv a L-ood itilui? fur a town
Intoxieatlnir the brain with that thine man Akius is very severely criliciied and blam the aue nsjinmsoie aKoo.l tliiiig for a town,
Sl S31.ee "1 " tu. of affairs in the recent I-ighth hc" is ""' 0 lh ,'
self i.niK.r.a.ue. ,?r appropr.ations o the legislature added to
Otis is receiving much censure f.om the to show that the present head of the state com- tl't warrants from the d.fferei.t counties of the
ranks of the Aguinaldo admirers and sympa- mit.ee is a very poor campaigner In the con- institutions, represcu i.d tr.vial
thlers. for inactivity and failure to put more test of -yS however.it should bc remembered mns bnt are an.ouut.s that add materia l y o a
energy and troops into the campaign, yet the that Mr. Akins. was totally Inexperienced in "w." n'.T'.T T ""i o "T ,
recruiting ol soldiers, that Is now going on, to the fine arts of a party manager, having been that would take the place ol the poor am. of
place our Philippine army in a position to called to his present position iron, an inland ,1,e ai "!,,dwh of ,0,1,l'r
M.uelcl. the enemy. Is called an evidence of the town, where life had given him no op,ortunl weak minded Individuals that are not now
militarism." they would have the ltepubllc.111 ties to become an adept politician and his ef- rcstrainid, would be wo.th going niter. The
party guilty of attempting. If the war Is not forts were further more handicapped by a !" "' iake nduce-
1 1.1 rr . . 1 ,, . .. ,, , ,.,.. 0 1 . ,,1, ments towards ts ocat oil it. the r m dst are:
progressing with sufficieut activity, then the desire on the part ol certain ht. I.ouisans to . ,
call for adequate troops should be met patriot assume greater authority in Mate matters than j,, ri i, 1 h,,,I",K,,C,,, ,'80'.
Ic-llv. given the moral supKt of both parties, was deemed necessary. It would be no sur Columbia a.id Marshall and a lively fight will
rega.dlevs of the fact that its successful com- prise to find that this display ol dissatisfaction iultc likelv ensue. If the inmates of lb s colo-
pletion will add to the glory of the present ad- arises more from a resentment of the Impartial lh ,",mljcr ?'0'? U
iulnistratlon. Refrain a, leas, from two antag- manner in which Akin, has performed 1, Is
onisticatline.snfc.iticisni, the establishment of duties, than Irom any uneasiness lest party the board in this contest would do much
one of which, would mean the inconsistency of success be endangered through his leadership, toward strengthening our claims on Nov. 6, at
the other. Chairman Akins is all right and with his past Kati'as City, the Hoard meets to decide.