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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OTIS TIBBETS, DENTIST. -TO THE- Qtizens of Marshall and Saline County. OVER 1ANK OF SALINE. O Hhniild tin gum of mortal Ik orcV Tnl'e TIMm-I'm advice untl milTi'i' no more n till thl great country from tlic eint to the wot, South, north, without trouble Tlx lie tllllt In In'nI. ii cuxch of aching ho give (iili'lc relief, c mire If your tooth Im pulled the Inxtant in hrlef. PJc up nml In doing, time glide fat away, Eaeh moment that pnxxo lr Iiim teeth to dee ay. Tell ull the glud tiding, they'll uffcr no pain, Should you have your teeth filled, hi friend you'll remain. Prnlwn IfcAllinWr Cprlagt Itcfcrrlug to the vlnlt of l'xluutoti turtle to McAlllMcr Spring, the U'xIiil'Ioii New hii.vh they have re turned very ctithiixliixtlc over the wa ter nml accomodation. "The place I naturally lieutillful. much nhude, a Hplciidld hotel, good iiivoiumodiitloiiM nt very rouxoiiublo price. There I a park, a pavilion, nml no Intoxleatln tlrlnkt of any kind are allowed to lie Ho...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CtimUy Bull DtcUiu". I'xInuton News. Tuesday u decision was handed down Ity the supreme I'liurt lit Hi Iax Injrtou Sunday baseball cum. The iiiiniiiii hum noi occn rcecivcu ncrc, liul the supreme court either holds, lliut the law uiulcr which tin1 player were arrested does nttt apply to Han dily baseball pluyimr. or else thut tin' section Is unconstitutional. The partlculur In this ease ure: -On Siindiiy, June 4, Isim, the l-cxlnir-ton uinl Kunms City hast'hull clubs Itcjran u uiiii on the luir. All tin parlies were arrested ly Prosceutliur Attorney Vlvlon: on u trlul In tin criminal court a conviction wus liuil. tin defendants bclnr lined M2.."iii: mi iipH'iil vii taken to the Kansas City court of upiK'ulx, the i'uku ln'liitf dis missed, the court holding thut under a decision of the supreme court an up pcul coiihl not Ik tuken where the con viction wus huil under an Information: hy uifivetnent the cum- wus taken to the supreme court on a writ of habeas corpus:...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Ad Untrue Statement Uomctcd. A great ileal hax lieeti Hiild concern ing a eerlaln numlicr of Harxhall'H licft huxIncHx men. hecauxe they dlil mil uxk tin privilege oti entering u riMilfui't with one of MIxxoutTrt liext mid mnxt rexiected clticux,u man not ed for houcxty, Integrity, iiml btixliiex Hiiguclty, who come to Marxhall mill offered u fair ami xiiuare adverting plan, nijrt'prft'r)ttMf In no way. hji fcctly legitimate, anil a (top the contract Wax llliulc. till gOOtlrt WCM! delivered Itl full. We, twcutv-llve, of iih lined oiip own money, paid the price axked uh In other cniilrai'tH, uml have the plan rumilmr. to uh icrfcctlv x atli factory. We did thlri without ill Intent to any eiiiiiH'tltnr. Many of our coniielt torn hail opportunity of entering the xuimt plan, hut thought it unwlxc, ho turned Mr. Naxh down wl:h IiIh pro poHitiou. After the iilan wan running and everybody xotlxlleil an far an eould lie wen. xoine one found out thht plan wan a fraud. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Baptist Picnic The Sunday School of the Bap tist church gave its annual June picnic Tuesday, at the accustomed place of Wilton Spriuga. Nearly 300 were in attendance and a large part of them went down on the noon train via the Pacific Railway, while the others drove down in carriages and buggies. None could have wished for a better day tbau was their lot. The grounds too, alter the recent tains were fiesh and greeu, and having been mowed recently, were in excel, lent shape for the party. All kinds of games were indulg ed in and the afternoon was liter ally crowded with pleasure for both old and young. Glove contests be tween some of the young ladies weic enjoyed, at least by the on lookers if not the participants Aside from these fistic eticoun ters, the fair sex engaged in other manly snorts such as baseball. A game was played btlween the old men and the real young ones, res ulting very one-sidedly in favor of the "kids," who "put it on" to their elders with mu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JULY 6. 1900. NO. 22. BRYAN NOMINATED. Free Silver at 16 to 1 Specifically Reaffirmed by Democratic National Convention at Kan tan City Vice-Presidential Contest It Field Against Towne Plat form Adopted. llryan is again t lie nominee of his party for president . having received (lie votes of every state and territory. At Thursday evening's session , lie wns placed in nomination ly V. I). Oldham of Nebraska, Alabama yielding its place in the roll call of states to Ne braska. His nomination wns seconded by David H. Hill, ex-Governor Pnttison of Penn sylvania, Jno. H. At wood of Kansas, ex -Senator White of California, Jim. W. Daniel of Virginia and others The vice-presidential situation upon Thurs day night seemed more complex than ever. It is Towne against the field. If Bryan in sists njiou Towne, he will be nominated. If not, the choice probably lies between Steven son, Dauforth and Hill. The Democratic National Conven...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. F.nteretl nl tlio PoKtoflloo In Marxhull, Mo., n net-oinl-eliisn mutter. TKRMti: 1.H) PKU VKAU IN ADVANCF.. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAHSHAIX, MISSOURI, JULY 6, I90O. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For I'rexlilrnt WIM.IAM McKINI.KV. For Vlec-Presl-h'tit "TK.DDY" riOOSKVKI.T. STATU. For (Wtvcrnor. .IOSKIMI FIXMtY. For Lieutenant (iovernor. K. F. Al.t.KN. For Scerclnr.v of State, V. I.. POUTKflPIIXt). For Stnli- Treiifturer. V. S. FI.F.MINU. For Auditor, V. F. nUH'.llAUM. For Attorney (.enrrnl, S. . O'FAIJjON. For ICullrouil t'ommlxHloiier. V. V. CUOUSF- CONCKKSSIONAI.. For (.'onjrrPHH. I.KSMF. OltKAU. SENATORIAL. For Stute Senator. M. T. CI I A STAIN. The slogans of the big crowds which filled the hotels at Kansas City seemed to he: "Hurrah for Hill" nnd "Down with the Top. ulists." How about the Democratic convention as n "one-man affair?" Lincoln as well as Kansas City should have contributed to the expense fund necessary to secure the conv...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Procecikga of Adjourned May Term July 2 Sam Wallace Sent to Fulton Aeylum Minutes of theSeteion. Court met pursuant to adjourn mcnt wltli Judges j, t. StoufTer. T. W. King and R. C. Hanna, Clerk R. K. I,. Smith and Jos. Wilson, Hheriff present. Court opened ly the Hheriff. Hond of Landon Dutuney innmt. of $800 for loan is presented and approved Assessment for 18981899 nnd 1899 1900 on block 32 Marshall and a strip 3 feet wide on the Hast adjoining reduced from $4335 to 3000. Matter of Win. Nye et l for pub lic road ordered continued ns re quested. Warrant ordered drawn for $5 in favor of Isaac Knotts for relief of self. Clerk states that Auditor was no tified that Immlx of S. I T. R R. would he paid off Auk. ' 1900 at Third National Hank in accordance with the law. In matter of petition of James Piper et at for public road, Richard Hickman, Jos. Cott and Jos. John stou appointed commissioners to assess damages. Action of clerk in issuing ferry lice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. FUNERAL OF LESLIE OREAR. . , . . . f,. . Services at Residence and at Church . for Public Largely Attended Bur ial Service of Knights Tern plar--Many Prominent Visitors Present. The funeral of the lion. Leslie. urcarupou i-rimy was pcruaps more generally attended than that) of any Marshall citizen in the past. ' . , , , , a testimonial to the general re-pec , and admiration lie commanded from the broad circle of acquaint- ance.ship, it was his to enjoy. Many men of prominence from over tin sltte were in attendance anil the exercises were in part tin ( tier the direction of the Knights , , i . . .. . iii Icmplar of which the deceased had been an honoied member, lint , there was nothing showy or osten tatious in thee last riles, It was 1 tit t a desire up in ill" part of friends who rippreciatetl the man, that due huiior ami meet ceremony should he oiTerid his hotly in thee last ex ercises. The Masons of this city as-em hied at their hall at one o'clock in special...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. to Mr. and Goodwin. Mrs. C. B. An elegant reception was given on Friday evening, Juno 39th, by Mrs. Martha Goodwin nt the home of Mrs. K. K. Petiilwrtou on Kast Anow street, wlien n large number of friends were ttitt-rlaintd com pliincutiiry to C. H. (ioodwin mid Itride, who had just returned from nn KaMern trip, and gave the friends ot the groom 11 fine opportu nity ol meeting his wife, who promises to he as great n social favorite in our city ns she was in her old home in Lexington. The guests were received in the reception hall by Mr. and Mrs. K. K. I'emherlou and Mrs. James Col vert. The receiving party, who Mood in the east parlor, was coin Hsed of Mrs. Murlha Goodwin, Mr. and Mis C. H. Goodwin, II. II. Downing mid wife, J. I'. Hus ton and wife, Miss Kiln Nichols, of Lexington, Mr. Win. Kolierisou of lllack Rock. Ark., J. 1'. Houx and wife, O. T. Goodwin and Miss Alice King. The highly artistic rooms were effectively decorated for the occa sion. The recepti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DR.' PHuS CREAM LflU 1 POWDHt Used In Millions of Homes 40 Years the standard A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Superior to every other known Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle cakes palatable and wholesome. PRIOl BAKINQ fOWOBR OO.a OHIOAOO. LOCAL IN BRIEF. T. .1. Hawkins spent Monday In Slater. Will Cower loft Tuesday for Kan sax t.'lty. MIhh lilrdtc .oitmIoii Ik visiting; In St. l.oul, Mlxx MHIuii Marninn i visiting rid atl;cs ui (illllam. Charles llrailforil returned this week from n business trip made to St. I.oiiIh. Mlsh f.ou Mi'f'laln, of Kentucky Is the guest of !. I. MiiNon ami family. I.OIlls Ill'lldl'ISOU, Of Olus;OW, spent Sunday with Mrs. Ia'sIIo Ore.tr In this city. F, O. Shepherd, of Arrow flock, at tended to buxlnesx In Marshall sutur lay. Horn to .1. .1. Itolicrtxou and wife of Ml. Icnnurd, Saturday June 22, 1IHXI, a son. KINO Note. A void Iwkln powders made front liliini. They look like pure owderH, iiihI may raise the ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. EXTRAOJtpiNARY VALUES IN HOT WEATHER CLOTHING i 3 Don't Im! uncomfortable during IIihmm hot day in our clothing you will enjoy tlu; Hiuiitiiiir himihoii and at little cost. Stylish Oxfords Queen Quality Oxfords are the coolest, the best fitting, and the easiest walking .shoes conceivable. They are also exceedingly hand some. $2-50 look for TRADE MASK United on mU. CONVINCING HOT WEATHER k ARGUMENT Blue and Black Sorgo Coat fil.no to $r. & Regular Hot Weather CoatH f0o to $2.50. jj A very handHonte linn of ntylinh club 4 check and Htrled huHh $10.00. ? S UK Xl THAT THIS IS BRANDED s 4 ON EVCRV C (7 Shoemaklng. 8 F. M. CllOHT In Mlt Uglllll lifter II xltltll IllllfsS. Dr. .1. II. Duvln returned Frlduy from Kuiihuh city. Dr. f.rad.v, of Miami, attended to business In Mamhall Monday. C. M. Hurkncr returned Tuesday from a nhnrt trip to Kuiihum City. Mm. Maurice llugedorn It'fl Frliluy for u months vlnlt to relatives ut Kan huh City. Minn Hrucc Munuuiluku returned...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. RcMilutiou of the B.ir I Whereas, Thtounh tin' providence of an nll-wlso (intl. our hrothcr ami a ofitilc. U-lle Orcar. Iia fallen asleep: ami. Wlu'n-tif. Tlii1 iiiciuhcrs of the liar of Saline county, Missouri, ile-liitur to tv ami iH't'iH'tiuiU1 an t'xprclou of tlii'il' estimate ol their departed In other, herein adopt the follow hit;: I Hc-olvcd, 'I'll lit I iv the tuUlujr away ol our In-other, Orcar. this liar ami , tin liar ot the flute have lot a valued liieiulN'r. who u held III lilyh c-teeni hy rcii-ou of III- profound lentil at-. tatllUiclits. of 111 devotion to illltlc devolvlni: upon him. ever pcrformlm: them with loyally. Ildelily and a true I senc of liouor and ltitciiily. of lit , tit 1 1 it iiiii coiutc-y loin- tciiott-iuttycrs ami uiaiiklml In ccnerul. and of IiIh (clicrnl and iiuh'rr-ul conduct, marked li.v an exulted -cn-c of the fraternity ni man. l5eolveil. That the city, eounty ami nil.. Ill ulileli ln lot- fur mo 111 lit l V tear- rc-ldcd. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Olii Ciecluu -pent Wcduc-dity at lllo-t-r. Will Striker made n trip to Sinter Tuc-dnj. That piano :it II. I. Nlchol-' I- ii dal-j try It. 'Ji'il Will Kolktncjcr Ii:im returned in Jcllcr-mi City. Ml Annie l.emmoii I- .Ulllii' Mliitnl friend- thi- mi'k, Sllll'llll Oflicr- in iiiu-le prillpptlv lillcd tit II. I'. Nlchol.'. L'L'tl ' It. ('. I f II III! It. Ill Mlllllll. WB1 till L'iic-i of Mur-hall friend- Miiniluy. I'l'i'i'.v iinil Helen I Mm iiiilt-n have re turned from u vl-lt to friend- at I'iii Ih. Mi. Mi-. I'lillll M. Sinltli. of Niipton. cutei tallied a tut)' company mi -iluy. Ml- Dnl-y uncle. Dltii city. Human- l vl-itltig Iff Van 1 1 at Kiiu-ii- Ill- -Hit' III gum at . Im-iiuiIi'-, CUIIIlllH' tllle F. Nlcho!-. ' lll'W III". TIll'J III'!' Mr-. Adnlph l!tinlM'iffr. of Mt. I jniiiircl. wn- In Mar-hall MimiiIiiv !ltiipIiixr. Mr-. Hubert ('iiiiiiIh I- vl-ltiug Mr. II. M. Spoil-, ill lllai-l.-luirii. who I- iulle-ick. It. M. Nlcl will leave thl- w...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DLPARl'MEUr or AQBIOULTUKF. Olimite and Orop Bnlletin if the Weath er Bureau, Miuouii Mtctioo, for the Week Ending July 2, 1000. The tm'un tcniiicrature of the week wan very near the normal in all fic tion of thu titatt. mill there Iiuh leen a (air tereentage of niinnliliu. Thu precipitation vnn unevenly dlntrthut cxccnnlve ruhiit occurring in nome locallllen while In other there wun mine, hut an a rule there hat heel) niif llclent moltuic for prcnenl need, ex cept in nomc of the nurthwcMcrn coun ties, where cropn are now ntilTeiiiig from drouth. Severe loeul wind uml hull ntormn turn i red In u number of the wcnlcrn couullcn on .lime 27th. do ing eoiiKhleruhle dumugc to eorn, out, wheut uml orchurd. ami vxeen wive ruin In portion of IVrry, Scott. Itlpley uml St. Fruucoin countle canned coiinldcruhlc dumugc by the overflowing of ticum. Thu condition huve Urn exception ally fuvoruble for com. which In limit ing rapid prngrenn, except In nomu of the HontheO'tern e...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SALT SPRINGS. Oat are lielng cut thin week. The Fourth wan a very quint day lien. Will Hauem In In Kannan City thin wk, Mr. and Mm. J. II. Galloway were In Mamhull Sunday, Minn A Hie (Irccnlec U tlio guent of tier mint, Mm. J. W. Illalr. Mr. nut! Mix. Hurry Hadcr nont tliii Fourth near Oram! I'a.Mi. A numlier of our young icople at teniled nervlec! at Siillue Sunday even ing. Some eorn changed handi here thin week ul "XI centn ier hunhel, crllimca lire. .1. I. Fiilkrmnn nnld a Mian of milieu for tlMO and a In true for WO I ant week. .IoIhi lluyen and family of near llci-ndnn vlnltcd at A. Hannlicrgcr'H on the -ttli . .lamcn Welch Ik In Knnti City at tending the eouventloii and "whoop ing" It up for llryan. I'.. F. Culvert. F. It. HNen and F. (I. Fiilkcmou eiieh hud lingn on Frl dayn St. I.uiiIm market. Mr. and Mm. (!. (). 'riiorntou mid David and Fermi rr were nhopplng in Mnmhull Sutiirday. Mr. and Mix. John W. Ilrowu vl lied their daughter. Mm. W. II. Alll miii...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Party at Orearville. Mrs. William Durrett of Orear ville, entertained one hundred and fifty children on Saturday after noon, in honor of her sons, Joseph and David. This home with its wide halls and large airy rooms, and its beau tiful grassy lawn, shaded !y grand old elms ami hard map'cs, is an ideal spot in which to spend the long summer days, and the little men and women upon this occasion seemed to appreciate to the fullest their delightful surroundings. (antes of different kinds were indulged in. "A l'cauut Hunt" proving the most popular. Master George Young succeeded ill locat ing the largest number of nuts and received the prize. When five o'clock came the children were seated in hunches all over the beau tiful lawn and refreshments of ice cream and cake, were served by Mrs Durrett, who knows so well how to entertain and please child ren and who has met with fine suc cess in the school room, where lor years she has trained the young children of the neighb...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JULY 15, 1900. NO. 23. ANOTHER STREET FAIR. September 10th to 15th. the Date of the Mar shall Fair, Which Will Eicel in All Point That of '94. LIGHTNING STRUCK THREE. The executive committee of the Marshall Fne Street Fair, nflet canvassing the town, enlisting the supit of otir citizens in this en tcrprisc, ilefinite'.y announce that n fnir will not only he held this year, lint will open Sept. loth mid eontititie through the entire week, ending the 15th. K member the dates. If yon don't expect to see a frienil for quite n while, tell him you will meet him nt the Mar shall Street Fair. It U n date to he looked forward to and the week's jollification will -o imptesH itself that the memory will he aclo-e clinging one. The fair of '09 was a hig success That of lyoo will he a greater one. The experience of the past will prove helpful and suggestive in planning for the present. With the for mer officers in charge, who have g...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Filtered nt the Postoflleo In Miii'xhull. Mo., a mvoihI-i'Iii-! inattr. TF.It.MS: tl.OO WAX YF.AIt IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN OYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAI.I., MlSSOtmi, Jft.V 1,1, UJOO. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATION'AI.. For 1'ie-lileitt WILLIAM Mi'KINLF.Y. Tor Ylee-l'ie-dilent "TF.IillY" IIOOSF.VF.LV. STATU. For (o-ernor. .KiSF.PH FI.OltY. For Lieutenant !overnor. K. F. ALLKN. For Seeietar.v of State W. L. I-OUTF.UFILLD. For State Treasurer. W. S. FLF.MINC. For Auditor. W. I'. HIi:itAI7M. For Attorney (Viu-rul. S. OTALI.ON. For Itullrotel t 'omiiiiIImiiw. V. t.'KOlJSF.. CoNC.KHSSlON.W.. For (.'onyresf. LF.SLIF. (lit FA It. SIvNATOKIAI.. For State Senator, M. T. fllASTAIN. GOOD BYE WEBSTER. Not as n hack-slider in the faith, nor ns a sinner fallen from grace, not us u deserter from the ranks, nor as n trnitor to the party, do we address in truly sweet nnd gratifying words of parting, n last good bye to the Hon. Webster Davis, but ns n part in his funera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 1UT A1MI AP VTT f T3TS MANIAS NlLLfcU, William Wclbatki, a Demented Bum, Strike Senaeleai a Brakeman at Slater. SHOT IN SELF-DEFENCE Threw Lamp and Keg, Injuring Supervisor Troy. Who Waa Forced to Shoot Finding of the Inquest. The first train east on Friday night carried into Slater tin insane tiiiin. Alighting f ioiu the train, he walked to the dispatcher's office, just north of the depot, and nsked of ii lady operator who was there euiploed, to Kt nil a message to bis wife at i jo Fifth avenue, Chicago stating that his death was soon to occur at the hands of pursuing enc uiies. Aside from his ieculiar re quest, the oM-ratnr noticed nothing to indicate his insanity, and al lowed the bum, who gave his name as William Wclhaski, to remain in the office unmolested, attributing his queer remarks to too liberal an imbibition of the Kentucky end ol the Kansas City convention. About ti quarter of an hour later, 2 brakemen entered and this seem ill to throw the insane m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. $10,000 to $3,000. Kansas City, July 12. A Iwt of $10,000 to S.vcno Mint the Repub licans will win iu the coining clec tioit was made to-day. A New Yotk tun 11 put up tlie McKinley money through J. H Bracken, the Kniinas City representative of Swnrtz, Dukm? & Co. of Chicago. The Bryan end of the het was taken by W. S. Shelton. of the Shelton Commission Company. Yesterday the same New York ni:in hct $1,000 to f.v on the same proosition with another Kansas City man. There is one man in the Hx change huitding, who was formerly an Arkansas Democrat, who car ries 25000 iu drafts in his pocket to put up on McKinley, hut he asks better odds than those of the bet made this morning. The man is L. Fowler, n brother of II. T. Fowler. Thieves Abroad. On Monday morning, Itelwccu 2 and 3 o'clock, the family of Rev. B. T. McClurc, who was absent, filling his appointment iu Boon ville, were awakened by some one walking on the porch and finally trying to open the door, but f...

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