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THE William J. Stone of Missouri, judging '' State Sentiment. MARSHALL RliPUBLICAN. rnr'u.llrS.auJI tu.s,.iu a,, aw w . . .i,: .,, n new heat tig ttt the case of the National Lead should the Nehraskau again .secure the nonv " ,:ttiw.,li,til,pWnlti,vlnMnr,lmtl. Mo.. iation. Stone's political trickery ami ,le Company v b. h. Orolc latnt hioic torn- hv.,,,,1-,1,,.. mU. f. shfrt( n,an,pial,0 lIiat ever Caracter- I)'. ' " ,,cclarit'1 " c , ,,ai - - - i,ed hi, management, would l depleted in " ,h ", lh,e T", f ! J TKISMS: ft lilt YKAII IX AliVANrB. ,110Ie MftealnfM UII evetl m....a endured. a"' '" lIlt,r ? collect cl.nl.ns against , ' - The old file, of the Kansas City papers, when defendant company. V e trus, ,lm Attorney- Ed,'- (., Shoe Hill- came to town would all he Ga Crow will make a note o this for rcf- M Twu'm t v wm-ki llvr it iTho,, resurrected an.l the snap shots of St. I.onis pa- P'cnt.ug the trusts which are M"u" M,NMI " M' 99 iers ,,,, ,,ark lintcr.. method, during ly growing in n.nnUrs ami pocr in this .1 i i ,i , it. n ., .. State. Glasgow Missouri. Democrat. ESTABLISHMENT OP REPUBLICAN PAPERS, the sessions of the legM.itute would api-car 11' , , "mote. The ex-govemor had l.t p.r- , lnUi ,llM llo,,)(,y ,m, ck.I!ylllcI1 Tlw past few months has heeii .p.lte re- serve the reputation of an oi.lina.y man l.y slumM 5ll,lU Hl ,lc (lim.ni ,lf M distinguish- m.,,UWe. in the establishment of several new playing the part of one, rather than in serkmg ,.,,,,,, M n,,,,,,! .ct.m, , .ne taken Ke"'lli tguiw. throughout t'.e state. An.l prominence, recall the history ol a .latk past lc vicvv ,mt ,f KU, ihl.r c,,mp!. of Mis- it .s nulictnl.'e fact, that .he-e -ei.s have in which he ligmcd. t h ,,., wafle Iirajc n. rule h, gun life in umimumlle, strongly f,0m the mlitidaiis -vim prevented hi l.ouiiii Dimwratic. wheiclhe strength of the opHl- Jnuc 2tJth ha, heen set as the -'.m-upon ,( for Presi.leut at Chicago in ity6.-K. C lion would not present n vety Inviting future, vhich the Isthmian canal commission ii tor Slnr Tile lati-l aiinouiictmeiit in this line is of a tle scene of their investigations. The li-nll ' " . new Ktesulle publication, which joins in ,,f their visit w hich is to I embidied in their According to Mr. Meniam,s statement the work ol winning out Missouri. Tlie only report to the next Congte-s. will then Income Democratic senators li.nl to he bought with apparent teaon lor this change lies in the fact one of the chiel topics of di-cu-iim on our na- federal patronage to vote for the census bill, that the stiiiimenl ol the people ha changed- tioml halts. That the Republican party will Will Senator, Vest and Cucktell refute the im The putty bu, that have so lung maintained favor the immediate construction of such n putation or will they accept their pay and say Missouri in Democratic, h.ue been thtown c.tual is accepted even at this time. llo"cur uolhiiig. Springfield Republican, down, by men who could neither endorse the it is et a ilicslhti as to how the Democratic " actions ol iheir jMity icpteseiisitives at JefTcr- obstructionist minority, will handle this issue, Mis.ouri Republicans will not have to go son City nor uphold the governor elected by ami what llaws will be picked in the rejsirl of far to find good ammunition to fire at the them. Democratic piers have turned their these men who are to visit Nicaragua and democrat. In the next campaign, the Demo gnus repeatedly iiHin the corruption in their Panama territory. cratlc newspapers haling supplied them with own ranks, because such meeting was inspired enough hot-shots to drive every Demount by a touch of public sentiment. Then Indeed. Suppo-c Wand's death had ptecccdcd the act- ftom behind the political breast-wotk, at .'cf it is no wonder, that Kepublicaii, take ad- n.,1 owuticuiv. one year, could you not then sec 'etson City if those shot, be tightly aimvd and vantage of their opKirtumti.-s in exposing the llmv ,Ie Springfield Mate convention, would li',ntl' "ted. 'I'"'" time Democrae) will trbkrry an I corrupt dealings that character- mVtf twlilly championed "cxtMtisioii." It was ha"' levilih hard task in olitaining a vvr ieltu laelions of the stair Democracy. onetime, when a nick of fate and good luck, l't "l acquittal when it has already entered And thai otgms of this patty ate eliciting the IlcM, cllwt , f,1cw,, S'C uiohad it not " I'1"" 'i"l'- Maryville Tilbutie. suppoit of intensely Heinociatic and hirtlsau U. ,1)r ,,mp,, lest ml courageous stand, ,. ., . . . " ... . , , communi.ies. is conclusive evidence that Mis- miallll,ll)V ,,. ,,,, of ,llc delegates. , - Mi7'"'i Miuiians regirdles, of parly, are well nwaie of ... . ... , ., , t: would o amend the crimiiml conn laws the michlnery into whU our state government .mmil the Democracy ,! t il, , crimi4l costs wodd lM reduce,!, but not has fallen, cmltolled ! p.my pluggers and :' 'W f'-m that which M. ,u.aJ o( , Mu(. aml ttholeomu susceptible to influence, lint are -ntagonistlc 11 "0W " ! the Legislature sH.-nt it, time on the to the Interest- of the .-ople. " clerical forcescand.il and fixing plans by which It i, this awakening which Is now voiced In w-lern Democrat", w ho have since 'v" St. Umis and Kansas City could be taken out Kepublicaii organs and supH.tted in Demo- Mo"1 'l""el, ti.u the platform whMi catm- of Kepublicaii conttol.-I.ouisi.ina News. cratlccunties. It is not Republican hope and v,1,,,,,ci,r dcfcat ,,lc"; cMs, ,d to , , ., 1 , c h hue in an atmroval of the sent mcnt extiress- l;15t emisvlvaiiia Democrats have a enthusiasm a ogether, to which this may ad- , , 1 ' " 1 ' 1 . 1,1 llln,tm lxl " ... , . duced. but the moral M,p, of formerly loyal 'V 'ver must W dromsl. Im of ho e. They are ce.taiu to elec a Denioc.ats. who for the good of the state and Tle anJ ''' consideration should betaken Pme judge next November. I he chief ... .... . .. . before rashlv coudemiiinir the ll nht ness of justice retires in January and one judge has the purifying o their own patty ate wil ug to , , """t. inj,miinss oi j ' ' " see Missouti redeemed this a.tute old H't'ciJu's predictions. died. No elector can vote for more than one candidate for this office, but two must be ., . ..... ,,, . .... n,i,. e. ii. chosen. The Democrat, therefore have a sure Hie tK-ople of W estern Missouri and of the At Uiher bee U. !..,... ,., i .. . , ,. thing, and they need it in that state (dobe whole state for that matter, with to see Kaus.is , n ..... . City secure one ol the national conventions. , The -Saline County Republican" that was, Democrat. Krmsis Ctlvnns -r- liklm. s U, (r,,, . i, HOW tile "MAIISIIAI.I, Kltl't'lll.lCAN," and is Kansas (.itans ..re taking a lesson from St. fi,l-cla weeklv ncwsivmcr tuib- Ma" ,llc,, llavc contracted lockjaw through Louis' exiiemc in '... when that city , y , "r7 "s "cwspapir p This fict , n,li J , ,L ilioiu.l.i si .. u t.riilni' it... 1-sinf il.Hiwr.li, I'sJcl in attractive Magaliic form. Nolhiug P'c "" "'i It is comtiictidc.1 to the thought she was getting II e Ust of the two In attention of Messrs. Hoar and Atkinson, and Mcuriug the one most likely to be successfnl fojk sSm ol'B '"a the campaign follouing. and this wa, at the Kock BQe of ,hc ,)o m tlniB concecdcd to lie the Republican. How- ......i.,..,,. f ,. .,.r ever the Chicago ga.heting proved to be far The Marshall Republican, following The Vffl the best find, because affairs were not all one "a' forl11' lus I'lo-souied out in new garb. way. The same condition, bid fair to lie true ''etc.v " VauDyke. the editor, and W. A. in 1900 a, McKinley i, certain to In: reiiomin- I'Mtty. the publisher, arc making a readable Oovcrncr Stephens has signed .'the infamous ntcd at the Republican convention, while there "cwsjiapcr, one that stands for something. election bills. When there is a tight and a i, too say the least, a marked degree of tinccr- Columbia I let aid. wrong cofirse before him it Is always safe to taiuty as to what will be the outcome and who ' " assume that Stephen, will not choose the for- will be the nominee of the Democratic meeting. Read the Marshall Republican. uicr. K. C Journal. luiirlttlan tliurcli -KuniUy,' . : . J e. :VVe LhA'I'J. It will nav Youuto inspect our lines!