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Randolph Citizen

 

 

Francis M. Taylor purchased The Independent Missourian from E.G. St. Clair in 1855 and renamed the paper The Randolph Citizen. Published from 1855 to 1875 the Randolph Citizen strived to straddle between support of the North and the South. Printed in August 1861, “In regards to the position we deem best to be taken in regard to our troubles, we have no other policy to recommend than one of peace. If everyone would endeavor to cultivate friendly feelings towards his neighbor, and willingly concede to him the same liberty of opinion and expression that he himself claims, it would greatly mitigate the misfortunes by which we are surrounded.”

 

 

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