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THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.
jHE wete distinctly orderly.. The iw arrest nude PRIMARIES VERSUS CONVENTIONS. it i nin 1 1 1 nrnnni ir v testify uot only to the 'vigilau.-c of o&cU iu MARSlIALL RfcrUDLILAi. suppressing all vice and the eSorts of the t-'air The agitation that bis been precipitated up. association la allowing only clean attraction 'n tlie IXmocracy of this state as to the advisa- i',,-., ...i.p...i..a iaMnr.halL Mo. a. within the city, but to the high standard of bility ol adopting primaries In prefereBce to Kotmd ,Ju,ta'1 wh-t is right aod proper, held bv the people convention,, by some of the shrewdest of the . of Siline. Kuf5at,ini never shows itelf even patty leaders such as Cook, Clark and Stone, 1 in crowds, where the' moral tone o! the pco- hao much of the rush and gash attached to TOtMM.co I'KIt YKAlt !.s AinA.NU- snfficitntly high; and of thi trait, the it advent, that many refuse to take the situa - - - - pieof ihi county bare the riRht of self ron- tiotuciionsly. The words of Champ Clark PERCY H. VAN OTKE. EiMsr. jjratnlation. The officer ol the fair should be that -it give every Democrat, rich or poor.blg " " accorded the credit that i dm ; for the succrs or little, old or youug. wise or unwise, a direct MAKSHAl.t.. ittssot-Kl. uct. 5, 1S09. w Uicr CI)lcrprj,e which voice ill selecting the nominees," has the pop- a- t-tt-.- - - 1 the way. That MarhaU will hold a Sire-t nlar ring to it, doubtless a fact which the close MARSHALL'S SUCCESSFUL FAIR. iir .luting the l-'all of 1500U a.i,red. Look observing mid public opinion pulse reading , . ,, , , .. out for the date- Coiigrevsman had well foreseen. But the Ninth The most wu.on.Me week ... Marshall AJkl a recoid consent with this tory has juM been concluded. The ong rears TheMuri editor who aeeined to be Hnak anti lx sentiment, an element of strength that of her steady and gradual upbmld.ug 1 aw il)K , lbcir ihoe. in anxious diend lest this ncitlur Stone nor Cook can boast of Vet they never witned a paralel of .ch ..guificancc. .. Jut whch h ls 0, are cqu0,y fol,d 0f currying favor with the rc- nor do tht year ol advancemen a-.d yowth. C3pnWc pf, aj ,,ct,t (f0m the way.of it la- pe. and both a re keen to make some demagogic which the future seemingly holds 1. .tore for t,,5 and (orifathtr. l,1tlUCncc.t by haUueina- and impracticable theme their play. Not that this, the county sea and eenurof .he garde tiot), 0f military ardor. whUh Utcrn cd nPpru vtimlry Is not practleaUe, for such Is not the spot o:, earth, promise to s. a more pro,, t.-.u bltou.,v BHiuri,Bl InJ d,pclca ihc .1,...! cave, but those who study the intrigues and .ix day prM, than than ,l,e one which ha pon wllicU ollr happy republic certain t 1 ,0vc of some politician have ever sufficient culmmate, In a great triumph for thi, tout . '1)lm,Icil iutllill,,hevr Wtli lue word aud feaOIW ,0 doubt their sincerity In the best ol Not that Marshall w II tt re.ch ,tae in .n imtrvic(V,0, lUc ,mo o( lllc hour. Admiral e.lU.es. Stephen, ptofesses to doubt Its pr.c .lluu advert, winch will o,..th honM MrteM)me ,,,..!. up..... il tlclt)illty In Mate matters, but the governor ha, ,k I mSSL c) h . It H to l,,dr ta",to" f " l",or w " w "tca ' " r Kdib 25S2 ; b. J r r rrJ 3t,' ex,,r,; ' mf ,o m- thit be u isi,n- m which ill mark a turning toint ;l inou ,Irftar- 'u xh who ,,ave w,nw-, d'" "f oppose it a a bad move for the party. Kvi toneV W which they jPeak. who are cuSnunt of the d'ly. the manner in which Champ Clark has Z gh L IZ h e -M f Ik- '"oV", '"e ?:,:1,'rtia,' "cpicud the primary a, dealing deah blows ,0 wo rk upln our street improvement., it MUmol f",,,r'' ,l'lr 'h.w" .f " " "'.rr .eIUra and mschln.s i, not very comforting cloic enoacb -he Jih. o( this m .ve to than bonibitlic m.iid. .neh . Adki- ,0 ,IC Oovcmor. hoe entire administration Uos tnooKB .uc HKmin, o! iu...e to j M or tb .11 tttl.trn will ,n mk.u in unbulldlue a machine and er'e a a dale iu alter en mukingtlie , , ...... ,. . T.. na been pem limpounuiUR a macninc ami mhcrluLHn of .1 new era .vid yvt uft-r 1 com tflacil the j)ttvBrM-Jl.i.r The , ; , , , seonfirm lhe a,cment that mhcrliig in ot i mw ira. a.ia ,u utt-r .1 com flttlrv ,llai U nude over the step America h. ,h. ..II of the nconle has been held ol llehte' tilet on of ue 1 a part, a would evidence the ., u, , , . . , ,,le t'i unne people naa oeen neia 01 nguxe. I eat stride uken bv our ci.y iu public im- t-ken In faoldim; thr PhlliMrfiw. is ..onvrn,! mometl, ,.,, he wishes of friends. Mt strwt Mken ii our cii lupuunc im elI a,i b.n not proven a .timulaut t -uch -m . ,. urion iU mcrlts should hardlv ttrovemcnt awl ndicatc the awikeirng of lo- . 1 . , t . "l" ,lr 1 ue un " mcn" "Oala nruiy l .sentiment to the advances n( Mich im- 'Ht in the Ira,t t U f.re.l M,d u ,,c j-.d, by the politician,, who cast their lot provements. Mro,n; ,y '"'"'"""ivc l"flut" I..r ..r ..ga n-t the innovation of state primaries. Then again. It will be rememUrcd. a. the . Ct , r ,. , 1" the, it Is urged tht the work of the wire- first time MuMull .tiwptal M.-..lly to . h,l"'Tfi ' ' 'C ' "", "', P .nd sUte maker Is rertneed to the mini- intetcat nhrger trading ter'nory. than Hal pr. to he l.rer.i ft rve. P..d mt 1.. inmnl .,d the nnminations made, brought eW viou-ly fallen to her a, a result of pr..K.nty j( 'T1" l1' 1 1V " ""l'' ' ' " lo4e. In putting theory Into practice location Her .ua in hitere-t g e.isicts lb;- Mr,U RfD '? I .' , U Kl" ,ul""1 m,ny wun,,M' th" (rotuadi tuet. his given t:,e peo,.le of the h.yhe amotiM .In. f i-cr- ... i r,p, Uk ri,IK,tl,it)llit). ,, opportunity of elec town an appreciation of what th.upph m.d. i",,n 1 " " 'o til( (,.Kvtl) ,0 the eople themselves, doe not ,rn.autloua. would ,.... a,l w.ththl. t,at was .pent,, the bst l..U.,,re for t .1 ,1t lllc 0, pluUer Ad Kdler,. ha, come a desire thu I. deep r -te,!. V. lrmg PrP'.-e and ,nl. a drop ,hr Uick.-, t., the lc (llr,c, vott catl W ,nductd t0 support a . .. , . .. . . mil Oil that Will be IKlI.I b the p.pl Into ..l,,,, ,,l i,nr,.rl!l1n .tflpcrilr Inimntm. almut t hi very ,e.-o ,lV'i urn . ri,iuiohe ., , , , , , . ... '"IM' aiul uncertain ueiegate toaconveif one of the lading eiTect, of the I'.ir. that 1 ? M,eh ' n ttaU,rl1 h. may be nsed by bo.se and Khem.r. promise, much to our (mm, prosperity. .tk ill fhow no earn ng.. Demrat.c ,.v tncll Iikcwik true ,bat ,hi, same vote will The Incidental rc-ult of the wc.k crowd Um kr s" pun ul fom, , Mlppotl of ,hat cJas, 0, twmilleeJ. were very beneficial to the mewniife vl ... W robbery. enfranehW by a le ,tie plypollc, j, made pure not through the Sal. rau high at each store alu,..., ever, day 'l1"',';1;"' PP"ved by a govvrm.r ... hat mMn. tl.cl, , preIltK ,,, bnl depends upon The ctowd were large, they had moues ami -' H'! l.-ge fee and .eem ruh pl, le tidily of character of its voters. spent it liberal! . considering Hi. uuraoiui,. .. u .,h w rf' .M,rr' "I'TT l l" ,he pf"cm '",W,,Ce rt Y ,UCCttd ia the ont.hle. which tended to occupy the atten- ,obbi ' ' ' WI balk, abrtud h. the ,hownit the amounl of wife puig, tion and mind, ..f the vi.or, I, a .odd way "jh d P-u -nher bW dealing and pol.tlcal trading that U carnival week wa filled with aimiseuwut and J,rn,iig act. done in the majority party in Missouri to cutertalument; the old weri young and the j cure a nomination. It would tend to bring young were giddy. Merriment on ewr. hand Thru wa. no flaw iu your victory, there lr 10 view the evils, whose eradication is was the order of the day ad the larger half of will be no faltering in maintatninx it" were the sought. Democtacy stem to be on slippery iii. Mfrv...n.r,imii!. it-.1i1iv.iv. s!tl. unrds of the Prrsldtnt In r..a.iti.io A.ln,i,.it etottud a to what would be the more advisable i Miows, each contributed their .pioU of dtversl- Dewey his jeweled word a the pift of the na- ,ame for ry In this day of dissatisfaction ... i'i.r ntr tl-lta nht'irnmi Ml. on or gulling as the ea'v might be, lo tht con- lion. Thty ate .U-cisive word. whieh can " tcuteil lnppinet of the throng that fil'el the neither be misinterpretrd cir donbtrd. Thmc t street. critic-, wlm have ver pcri-tcd in refusing 10 Thr Higginsville Advance, under the new Though the tojt ol ltortis and bcllowiug oi see where the adcniUtr.ilioti stood, should prnprietorship of Messrs C. II. & 0. C MC' baloons aud bag pipe furnished rJC.et and take full coguiMiicc of the. tere lines that Dcrmoud, pr.sent a most neat appearance noie galore, the crowd for uch ocwln teem with meaning. n.(, substantial, interesting new colnmnf.