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THB MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.
ttitt Brdcriiig County News, if STREET PAIR ECHOES. Marshall's ftrcct lair it thawing big crowds and is iiroviiiR n decided success The Index J.ai'Avutti: as to HKt.MAKiiM. s u., nm; li;ks c.uuiit cougr.uul itci the comity cit on her enterprise Since the last Democratic primary llbhy. Thr. e o..K mm. wlmnivc tvery evidence '" ' '' T,Mlay the llower parade will ctte County, there has been gum-nig sent). , ,., 1urit.)lei, ,,,,,,. wwttwlllj , ,hc lake llci and promises to beautiful sight in ment m favor ol a county convention at which ,, ,)f Jolm Ml,)tt, J;lcU sllllH ,, jll0, Kl,, dcd. A big crowd from all over hall.ic and to nominate the candidates fnr'ocr.1 offie , n.l wct,. ..,.., , Mobeth la ,m.U aml laler la. ndjom.ng eoun'-.cs will attend to day.-Malcr to these advocates of a cunwiitio.t, w ho have ken lcl.Mo liyc-lo and thc.c jailed to await '" noticed the disrupting tendency of a pronary, . lnrKH uilH haviiiK hr -ken ou thes1fe Wc lack space and time to devote to the this sudden turn in Mate Mriitimeni in hvor of of Dimmi" & MoCall. of l'ajclte. The liotid street fair at Matshall, hut will say It is agrand a party primary Is very surprising. Tliewiucii fixed bv iht-justice at the preliminary trial was success in every particular and the llowir pa have never tecn cloie enough to observe the i,2,H)t which the prisoners weie unable to put radc cterd.i w is undoubtedly the best, most tricky and trading capacities ol a coiiv.-tiliou. UJ, ,') consequently wire leniauJed to jail. Roigeoits, tnsty and largest lliitiK of the. kind and the different methods pursued in such Iki- we ever .saw in a p!.uv of the sic.nud we have dies to defeat the will ol the nujorit) and of Tl,r OTt'CK "cK. ,K.V, nw.,y (rom houiv. Mi.ttni News, the mass of the party, hence they me h.jal Ci ioIIiuii c.tlcus have Mibscriksl the .4,,iw (toB1 ,lire w,0 wu. btt. l0 M(lr. advocates ol the contention, because In Hie U '"''"' f necessary to sccute the Tut- .,,., , , ,,L. g,,,, ,. lr ,H Ml))etu. The cal primaries, they have witnessed the corrup '" V M mtit.ictiiriug Co., ol Kansas City, which 1)ool, .,.,.,,,,,, ,u. aUr.,ctions line. Ureal tiou of the ballot-box. While the whole Mate ' P'" "-I" bclory. wm to cnWiU m. , mtillUlKV lUlll mstMuK is seems turning to the primary for a pnrlfieat.oii ' doss.l duvu there. 1 he new factory wi'l m ivj uff ( d w u m m M ol party ,olitlcs. Lafayette alter an exp.rienc I'm' mt hay presses and other farming ma- , , r vtMt . , hnow , ,,., of her own in this line Mauds opposed to the l i K'"' '""" M '". Rotlwl ,,,, ., a ccdliablc e.iterptisv. Mar-cl'uKl- the comiKiiwi.l furnish (.well wadded l"V ,,,,,1, , ,,0M1K ,lc,.vlf ,im, with that Mreel injunction susTAlNiih. ui'1' w,,lc,, l" xUe '""eluulil,- trade falr Mllhn ,k.ml , vlw. Judge Samuel Davis, of the ciicuil court, in Tim iioonvilu: r.MK. Marshall MieeUalr is said to I .piite a an adjourned Session held in Lexing' on ..itely l.i-t WM-k his l'.iir week in the Viuvcl.ul MICCJ,,. Tlic Sl.itir Horse lliccders Awicia made perpetual a temporary injunction nr.vi!ei ily otith.- Missouri and thoiiKh the weather tlcti capttiivd the liisl pieiiiiuiu for tho best the Lexington Coal Mlnius Compari) , .inaiust .is ns i.iii .m l ulc.il as that experienced here. jril(t mv , xiilitl nt the Maisbalt Mrett fair fifty of the striking miners, by which thi-v .ne the er-wds were hardly as Urge as aiiticipitcsl. last M..nd i with the iiiiH)rled grey stallion, enjoined from threatening, moUsting. i limi- TIiiiihI.!) w.s the big day ol the week, uud Arrogant, which is without doubt the best dating the employees of thr compauv uiid also co,d.. f-iini many uighlHirln lon'iis came in luirw of bis kuidiu the county. Slater Kuv from entering upon the premises of halil coin- on (h it day. Tliviu were a iittiuber of last tir pany. In the opinion ol the c....rt. it is luld hnr s e.iUr. d (or the races and the live m.i-k A'ino,,g the nltr tc.ious at the Marshall Sltut that an individual or corporation has the r.ght .i-.g nn.l p u'trj exhibits w re good. ,,mr ,4 (emllt. vmU. clarmer. who ha. ., cot- to protection under the law from the int.rf. r- ki.oi'IimiInt. I.i..t, of .,,-te a vari.ty .,1 rep.iles. vmoa.ous encc ol others in conducting the r Iiihiii ss. '; '., Im 1f I.- p.ld Van Suppm. ol Kansas Citv. ami "' "Hwiwih-. I Iil-m .st surlling lenture of n s-"-IN'--",,u olT Ml. LnA l''p...if Sal'.ltnry. Suiuul J T. her eii.ertiini.ieiit is that s,e UM.w a big ml. ,nnf , ,S ?' 0,?-r c,,ll,,u,n- IUt.tu,,.o,.IM,.,isr.,..d,P of Salis. tier t-ll he Is g.wd and mad the., lets 1,1m bite urging the officers of that city to sec that the . . . .,...,., , 01 ' .. .'. isheil belflder. Tile lady nsHr the Statto. Improveinents now Mug made Uoit tlic Mis V ' . U " , V . niati editor lh.it she i. not the least afraid of , ' t mi. i..i,i. ,.?. i... i ,. Lou's lid wi le there till el y niatrirt . the two man iimor ui.ii sue is 1101 uie icasi jiram 01 souri River bridge atth.it kIiii. sli.il' ii i ...,, svi.binv Urn nevt die mice. -Airow Kuck SiateMU.in. anyway obstruct the landing of at.) Saline , , ,l,,lr 1 H ,a '"hni) the iic.st daj. ,Wple. who should wW, to tratlc there. It """" ""' 1 " the" I)lIlsl wwUS ,KI!,llw,e JefferM.nla.i, the seems from the writing lit inies'lo.i, that the hrithiir hailwav .suir. publication ol biographical sketches ol the tax wharl on the Glasgow side has Ineii complete- IVo.-ne I' lloiio- re. of S.sUlia, Ins recently pawts ol I. ifnyitie Comity is begun, which are ly utiliiedby the bridge force, f.-rtluii m iterial, bnm'it .lilt tit tin circuit court of Pettis conn- t K- printvil in pliainphlet form when coinplet- leaving the ferry line no place at which to land iy fo. - o i damages igiinst the Street Kail t,. TIiim-u- to l fuiiiMicd MibsciiUrs of its passengers. wa Comp n. .if llmt citv iillegiug that on the piix.r fur. quite an Inducement to nnjone. HOCSTONIA jiank ho linn. J""' ..V". lie tiiMwu fioiu the car by a The Jth"i:rsoiu m is piogiessive and up to date, On last Saturday night, robbers ciiiselul conductor, tlnugli ho lrii.1 to piy fair and was two essentials uiuisitts lor succeM anil csptcl through two feet of brick and cement m o tlu- a.-n'lK'l h -uit time when trying to Kuril-, illy in the newspaper line, bank of Houstonla and there blew op-u the tU.- --nr. A syntlicili e.-nis).eil of Governor L. V. afe, securing ftloo In gold and a snub . moui.t sik-mitint. aitii w. Stephens, ex-l'.nvetnur I'r.i.icli, Colonel C. C. Ol kllvercurrcncv. The iudicat bus nre lli.il i t i.-n .. i t.n Hell. ( Ili.inv.Ilr: iinil S. A. U'l htm r linvi- J ItlllT- II II. il I.IIIIIVI IV.SIUIil IIMIU- the work was performed by au cxvrt ud 110 jnd i'c on list Monday morning, while at bought thi Akiiisville polteiy wotk uud will clue is left as to the identity or direction ol es- ti-mimg couit at Lexington, became engaged establish a Sjj.ooo plant and imike pressid cape of the plunderer. W.I' Longan, c.Hiitr , ,, ,mAcr,y with ViUiam Johnson, as a '"! 1 of the bank, was down the next moinlug 't ri null of .nt-pUvii. sit ndi.ig In court In Samuel A Lime, once a, prominent Sedalian. discovered upon 1 entering, what had been .!..,? wia. h his f .tl r was an interested party, and nd clerl; of l'etti county trom S,7 to iKtij, as the vault had bceu completely ruiu.-d sh.,i. Joh.iou near the north door of the court nn.l n ttiiniunion ol iniiiy of Its oldest settlers, KKMi-KK's DAMi:s. house. dinl at his home in St. Louis hst week. I'rom a lloouvtlle exchange, wc learn lint ASmi: scua. K. A little daughter of C. T. Swetmau, i.f Arm- '.Kemper claims engagements with the loot ball re.eutlv fell into a well rS feet de,o. teams of the fo ow nir nainec iisl nil t.n! M. . 7 - ... . .... . . n.lcf..! lit. n lin.lli..r ...tnrit.l In til. ..uei). Bcnool. Ulees Military Academy, tent al Col -- : - 1 ptrt ann v itrmitt?r i-niitrn. - - lt Itttlflll Hum nf fAl.( nt tl... V...t ,j.rl ivtlk C, l.t i.ttkM.ll !tt It-titfstl lutllt lf till 1liltrk .1 TO 1 1 1I 111 l) ll kit k,t flllll tk.t.t llllt t Al II 1 1 1 mill Store. - wk hlim unl ilu lualiul aUo injured. iheuiCibniciiyhtbinlicm. "