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77; MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.
Jlllit) 111, 180!). THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntrml at tin I 1 j iti.-- In Mnrliiill, Mn.. Ms-onil-ehi" tniitl-r. Tlie Democratic gerrymander ha not only ting title of M nsti.u.i. Kiti'i'iiMCAN', a great robbed tlie party In this state of a proper re- load has been lifted from oft its conscience, presentation in Congress, but now threatens to which is manifest in its otherwise improved wilhold from lis the few favors of administra tion patronage. TKIlMrf: tl.mlT.lt Vi:Ain.V ADVANTIL PERCr H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKMIAIX. MISSOfKI, JfNi: Ifi. I.Syy. CHAIRMAN AKIN'S STAND. The delegation oi Missouri ltcpublicans, which li.is lately returned from Washington, 1) , whll,- Tlie Malta llend Democrat is one of our la test exchanges, coming from a field that is al ready well occupied by the fjui Vive. Though wishing it micccss, wc regret that the profits of the business in such a small field must be cut in twain. and excellent icatutcs. Its tormer name conveyed alxjut as much truthful information, as to the political status of the county, as An n.mi.n would be a substitute for Washington. --Slater Rustler. Champ Clark expresses the opinion that not very enthusiastic over the Dave Hall need, n ritv diile in tm.li I.U ,-nll. result ol lluir cmit toward inducing Director dacy, but Mi.ssoiiii.ins in general believe that siK pattern and under the name of Mak OI' TIIH I.ATKST IHISIriN. Saline's only Republican paper the Saline County Ucpublicati with its issue of last neck, discarded its old clothes and name, c.ime out in a brand new dress of the latest tic- Merriam ol tlie i ctisiis linn- u to make His D.ive ll.ill lias other deficiencies and mi-eo n supervisor appointments from the ranks of our lugs that seriously cripple his chances, mid not own tony. Miouuiai least i. in.uie in teil Hint H,sscssing that drawing card of n birrell for tlie Republicans of the state, appreciate this campaign expense." might just as work for the pally thul ischaractcrling Chir- curly in the fray. man Akin's olfici.il career, aided by some ol our representative p.uty mtn of the state. That the jiitm-sf )iir catis and the ability with which It bus Iwcti ptcsertcd at Washing ton lias Minn snort ol the goal itislreil, can SHAM. Ki:i'l'iil.K'AN-. It has abandoneil the customary form and apcar as a four-column, 6 page inagaiiie, wbich will doubtless prove !! ,mj, acceptable to its readers. May our esteemed iotitcinMrary continue to pioper in all de- pirtmenlsvxccpt political, and here's wish, ing complete li.iukruptcy in that. Miami News If Governor Sti-pliens would form vim.- resolution and .stick to it with the same ..lisim acy that oh. iracteri.rs his lurking ol Coombs, his iettitiacity would be more isteemid by the not in the leas: be laid to the di-crcdlt of our people o( the Mate. Resolution and coiitge iiour- state uliairiii.m. but only to a prior iiiirceincnt. "bned, only make the wrong more ciicvotn. entered into by Republican Senators with the nl"' Stephens misguided obstinacy is making has also adopted the uiagaine form and uses a two which at present represent Missouri, at "c" ""irc nltioiiH. lliisscandal in the I'ulton glared Imok paicr to print on. The result is IIA.NIISllMllST t'l'lll.lC TION IN SAMNIt. The Saline County Ucpublicati his changed its title to the Maksiiai.i. Riiitiimcas;. and the time ol the passage of the bill. I-'ut tlicr- moic, the paity throughout tlie state will tin- Asylum. nuiiouuced, of submitting the names of thirteen Republicans for supervisors in the several dis tricts of the state, leaving it with Merriam ns to which si;il iiiiih.iI down and thus throw- irwliat little p,age is left open to " ' " ' 'K"m ',, JMT " ?' nwt M" u.i Republicans, who a,c battling faith- ' ? l ), " "" forMetory with most piopillous Indlea- '"" '" '"' "'' " .ancc,l value .,,. Conmy for the future. , , 1 "m," l"""" " iai.i. Kkn-i.ica.v- tiile the hauilsouiest publication In Saline county, n distinction heretofore held by the Slater Index. Aside f nun its politics, with which, of course, we do not iigne, the I'rpnli lican is in every way worthy of the town and county in which it is published. --Glasgow Missoitri.111. IIIUiT t'AI'I.K IN MAKSIIAI.I.. has changed the name of Republican to the Mam lir has nl-o changed the ,. , . .. ioiiu ami uress which anus miicit to the piper s apiwarnticu. The Marshall Republican under A Mill,,... I t ... I I ..I ...1 ani.nously en.lorse the method ol procedure rl, ' . " , , T " . ' culture has decided that is acres of the Sedili.i site offered should bo sold at not less than ?IJ5 ier acre. This Is perhaps the maximum limit too, ami shows a very remarkable depre . i i,i,. i ,i i i i ... t i. ... in, , !,., il. i.. ,,-....t1.,l,i.. (i " claims . ' 1 . ,' ' mule prior to t ie decision at Jefferson City illl lll-l-r U-llill llttt. (tilt.ktcin.. i 1,.fl i.f.1l Ifi . . Jv.ir-M, S.HJ MisHiuii fully for nous mr me iiiiure. o,, ,,lir ....,,.,,, This course is wise in that, any disapKiut- . nteiitt, which may result fiom the aiiiHiintmeuts Tlie sickness of Ill.iud, whicli has thus in this line, cannot be used against this chair- called the aged siUcr veteran in the public eye. "e nine maiiagcment ol Mr an Dyke is now man of the pitty, who has treated inemliers of b-ts again U-eii productive in starting anew tlie l,l"tl hcwspiptr in Marshall and out shleof the mty (nmi ever part of the state with story of Stone's tieacliery in the convention ol lM,,llios the Herald wishes Mr. VanDykeand i-ipi il consideration and closely discriminated ' to this old Missoiirian And Mr. Stone, ,'"-' KhI'I'HMCAN continued miccess. Sweet agaiiut factional favots. It will enable Mr. whose supremacy in the Spingficld convention Sptlngs Herald. Akiusto continue with bettt r results, tiuhandi- m.ukeil the turning down of the old time Demo- capped by any "sore heads," the work begun cr.it Illand in his auti-expiusioii views, tises Cominc. tii Till! fko.NT. in the last campiigu of winning over Missouri. ,to deny through the St. Louis Republic that The Maksiiai.i. Rki thucan is coming to the l-'ullieruioru, the plan would seem cxelieiit be as ever iiiitrue to Silver Dick. Ill.iud is 'ronl "I1'1' stiides. It has changed to in that oiti refusal to take an) measure of the an anti.exp.iuioiiist from conviction, hut the ''lc '"au'a'iuc form, but this is the least of its blame, may cause Merri.iu. after longer con- wily Stone, whose time has changed with tlie '"'I'fuved features, if it can be called .in im- hidt-ration and a real i.H ion ol what this menus, frequency of tlie moon of late, now attempt I'f'Vemcnt. The magainc habit lias spoiled in (ailing to acknowledge urty services and llie very height of inconsistency, in swearing "",e I'-M"1 we k"- ' but the Republican ncoitd them a fitting reward to hesitate his loyalty to the man whom he deserted in Ma,ts 01,1 "ell. New l'rankliti News. shouldering such uctlon. Tlie Republicans of 1)0 a"(1 w'l0" dishonored in the last state s.i i , ,, ...... coilVL-lltinn. A TIII.NI1 III' llltAPTV." "A thing of beauty is n joy forever," wrote the poet. Certainly the Maksiiai.i. Uiii-fni.t-can in its new form is a thing of lieauty, and 1... r...i..u i l. ...in , . , , i il, i .,,.,. ,.. i. i.i e .oiiie s.ouiiiy Kcpiilillcau may oe not a i'es u win oc micii a siiccesst i.it , , S litsuIcrstitiouOutil evidently UlLs tl.etc Ih puMiM.cr, A. Hontty. n.M its iMcutcd . . 1 1 7" Hsomct!ihiKiuaii.imc. ThU week it ruts to yoK Mor, ISrrcy !1. VnuDyke, will renllc innK.iziuc lonn. Ily - tK1iIltof K.rsnnni ,ru.i!iM... ...i i... in it a iov forever. sinter iiwi..v WW Missouri should congiattilatc themselves that co,lv,;lllio- thepiesent time, wlien Republican opporltini- WHAT THEY SAID OF US tics are mi bright in this state, funis such an able '. and vigorous man as Akins our party manager. ami: vh stfi:ksTiTiof.s? Tlie Saline County Republican may lie not a cinients wlilch bave marked the step taken js " Z , recently, u i.dopilug the m.1Ka,.i.ie fori... Ily . tKllll. of ,;rso,lnI . . repi.l.lislilng tlicn. we trust our readers may t ' ler ,V r, "'u " ,? V. not think us given to throwing boum.ets a, ' t' "S '"N " M pi'" Marshall v,.,.,. iii.i, i.... '" ' '" I"""1 " " .aKCh aim wc AKTISTIC TIM)! The Maksiiai.i. Ri:rfiit.ic.N ourselves, but the adverse criticism which has W te l fcn ',' ,"'" ,..hA .i.i. , Mian no pleased hereafter to so address t. ooJ Z : ' I Z Zr' Wih m mi0,H in Hue Republican) is on our table tl... ...sinriK- n i.,.i..' i i... ... ... . . . H'c comity, the Ki:tTiil.lc n has not felt well on fine paiicr and gotten tip in nn artlsti.- (formetly Sa lt is printed the majority as indexed by our fellow newspaper men. the comments of wiui us lormer name lor a long time. Now that it lias assumed the more local, but more fit- tier. We wish IMitor Concordia Concordian. VanDykc success. i- '""I Mikt 1 n llincock presuijed lit Ihn I IC'lirlitlan eliurcli Kumliv, nliityl MmSIoII Spencer It.vlililo hvrl ;:gP;-4 IHy il Ifgldtpi n t , our lines! !?