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title: 'The Marshall republican. (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, September 15, 1899, Image 1',
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MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I
MARSHAL!. SAMNH COUNTY, MISyoUM. SKPT. IT,., 1HM.
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Cstc Agilnti Jimei Ming, Freed, Pjt Ingram
jnd Skinner Continued.
ON THC MCRAMCC RIVER, N CAM VALLCV PARK, MO,
( nrt 41 ill 1i Iron M lliltulil Itillitiijr I i
C. & A. ACCIDENTS. IlMC """''t 'nl tt'a fixed nt $200: for n failure
Ito taise which, lie was lucked up in the county
Willie freight No. 73, was switching In lhc7jni,
yard nt this place, an cast bound mint train llarucs claims to Ime been robbed of $17.30
came around the curve at the rate of 1 5 miles Saturday evening, luck of Robcilsou .t Ilaru.
nn hour, and taking the other cicw tiuawaies, It itts Slalile mid identifier the accused mi ties an
struck the caboose nnd n car loaded with grain, his assailants.
which had been left standing on the main track,
with such force ns to send them flying In nil
directions The engine running into the cats
was not so badly Injured, but considerably the
worse for the accident. Luckily, the engineer
and fireman, by jumping from their engine,
when the smash up Iwcamc inevitable, saved
On Tuesday night, n car load of mules own
ed by Howies & Conway, which were 011 their
way to the St. Louis market, suffeied n pecu
liar accident. A spark from ttie engine, when
nbout three miles tills side o( Mater, set fire to
the loose strnw In the car nnd before the mill
mats could be taken out, two I'wcre burned to
death nnd seven others badly injured.
CHARGED WITH ROBBERY.
Ilenrv lfntris mid I. ill Wnshtlii-tnll wen
Monday nftcrnoor, arraigned before Jmtice h'"'"'
Chase, charged witii the robbery of one Roland
Dames, n farmer living near Miami, in this
county. The two negroes were bound over to
await the action of the next grand jury, the
woman being released 011 iiccount n( two small
STORTS CASE DISMISSED.
The St. I.ouls commission merchants, who
scented tin finest of WiMiam II, Stmts, when
visiting In that city recently, 011 the charge of
obtaining money under false pretenses, through
the talc of cattle upon which the-' parties claim
ed n mortgage, failed to make out n case
ngalusthim. On last h'liday, the cause came
up for preliminary hiaring ititliecnmt nfciiui'
tint correction in that citv and was dismissed
by Judge Claik upon I lie ground that the ca.se
was more properly one of a civil nature.
Jno. K. II. Jarvlsnud l.illle May llriimmetl,
Oliie Lyons and P.iicy Jenkins, Miami,
Iva Lillian I'lleriiiid Hldiaid Wells. Mar-
TWO OUT OH THREE.
Mnr.sli.ill ilrfrnti'd Sudnlin in the tall games
of Tues.l.ty and Wednesday, liiint.g two of
the thre-games plaid, the last being ti shut
out for the visitors, who retiirmd home over-
children, dependent on her for support, while land, Wednesday nlglit.
The J lily adjourned ti rmcouveiud Sept 1 1 1 It.
State vs, J. I'. KiiiiiImiii, selling llipior with
out license. Death ol deft suggested nnd
cause is ordired stileki it from dwkct.
Stale vs. !' 15. Skinner selling liquor on
Sunday Continued until Thursday, Nov. 33,
X.)t), Deft iicogiilcd 111 sum of $oo lor np
pe iiuiirc nt tliat time i Same iulr in 5 itlur
State vs. I'm tngrnm. Perjury, cause rontd.
uiilil ThutMl.iy, Nov a.i, ti)i), nml deft gles
bond in sum nf j'joo with James Mete.ilf nod
Jos Schnuimachcr i s sccttril'cs for iipeataiicr.
Slate vs. James W Ming murder. Cause
could until l'riday, Nov. 34, i.Syy, ugxin the
application of mid tit cost of deft.
State vs. W. R. 1'recd, rape, cause could,
until Monday, Nov. 30, and deft remanded to
LIVE STOCK WORLD.
W. S. Newell, Marshall, marketed 61 head
of gorxl 37J oiiiid hogs nt U-lVt otd to the
St. Louis Pressed Ilecf Co., in St. Louis Tues
day. Pan Itixliy. Sweet Springs, marketed 66
html uf gooil ;m pound hogs in St. Louis last
Thursday, sold nt 4.jl to Nelson Morris &
W. S, Newell of Marshall, Mo., marketed a
load of ,17 pound hogs bought by Ilclr. at
S.62,'j. lie had another load not so good,
341 pounds average that sold to l'lillip Kcim nt
l'rlday's St. Louis Nat, l(ciorter.
Jno, I'.vnus had mules nml hordes on Ihe St.
Louis market Wednesday.
NEXT MEETING AT MARSHALL
The County Cleiks of Missouri, who held
their convention this week nt St- Joseph, de
cided before adjourning, to hold their next an
nual meeting In Ibis city. W. IS. L.Smith,
Clerk of this county, nlteuded the recent con
vention, nnd was appointed a member of the
committee mi School l.ius He w.is also plac
id upon the committie to prepare n program
for the next convention, to gctlier with A, J.
Lie, W. T. Towns, K. M, Nash and P. li.