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MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol.. VIII. .MARSHALL SAI.IXH COUXTY, MISSOUIH, JULY 11, 1SUU. Ml. I" LIVn STOCK WORLD. Dr. "'. A. Poller, according to the Scdalia Capital recently vaccinated sixty head of cattle belonging to J. A. Ware ns n preventative of blackleg. Vaccinalinti in thit case it merely introducing into tlie nnhii.il a inilit form of the iliseav. It gives tlie cattle a milil form of blackleg ami forever alter that they are safe from attacks of this disease which is generally fatal. Illacklcg kills the animal in fioiti twelve hours to two days." M. Mcllolietts, o( Malta Delhi, sold ,l branded rattle, il lbs, at 5.1-50 in Chicago Mntnlay. 1'. W. Marshall, of lllackw.ttcr, sold ( hraniled cattle, 1.5 lbs, at 51.. 15 in Chicago Monday. Houston llros. of Malta llend, .sold 6 cattle averaging 1.175 lbs at n..5 nud 31 Tcxnns, averaging 'AS lbs. at 51-95 on the Chicago matket Monday. Clough : Field, Naplon. had 30 head Midi pound steers on the St. Louis market Tuisdny, that were sold nt 5.5. 10 to Swift .t Company. Tito, illackfotd of lllackhutii, maiketcd several loads of hogs in Kaunas City this week. SECOND BAND CONCERT. The Marshall Cornet Hand which gave its opening number last l'riday night, rendered the program given lielow, last night. Large crowds have attended doth times, and the peo ple are anxious to show their appreciation of the baud's effort in furnishing Marsli.ill enter tainment far at least one night per week, dur ing the dull summer season. Kvery rig in town may lie seen on these oc casions ','111 tliu.se of others, nou-residents, who drive hi, for a pleasant evening ate ftciMUtit. Tlie County Court having refused to allow Un hand lxys to play in thistatd, the veranda at Minn's Hotel and a stand elected mi the east side of lUe square, have been ned for the pur pose, while the crowd llocks in upon the grass, that has for several years been ho well taken care of Such seeming thoughtlessness in tramping upon this grass that has gone to seed, must be very exasperating to the honorable judges, who mi quickly refused the band boys, the privclcgc of playing there- Hut the humor of the situation, when you conceive of the way in which the gnat has. been strained at and the camel swallowed is indeed amusing. Like Cleveland, when visited at the national capitol b) J"Coxcy's army," the court should post n few signs "keep off the grass." 1 y. S. "Ncoga" Williams. i. Grand March ''Reunion Thomas. 5. Walt "Just One Girl" Arr. by Mackic. . Alto Solo "Nrouia"--Thomas 5. Polka -"Plaisu D'Antour" llahr. (. (J. S "Ambia" Peller. 7. Walt. "She Was ilred in Old Ken tucky" Arr. by Metcalf. S. J. S. -Vernon. ). Walt. "Just as the Sun went Down" Arr. by Mackic. 10. O. S. "Atoka" Thomas. TRAMPS KILLED IN A WRECK. About four o'clock a. m. Thursday, train 76 wcstliouml, under Conductor Smith and Hu giliccr ll.ril, Hiiginc 2o, went into the ditch two miles east of Glctidalc, killing four tramps who were stealing rides ami ditching i cartel freight. None of the train cietv were injured ami at this writing the miim- of the wreck is unknown. The St. Loins west bound morning train was backed up from Iljgginsvillc nud together with the II 11 miner went to Kansas City over the Wabash from Clark. The lo:.o n. m. train, No. -17 was nlso compiled to go over the Wnbash, the track not having been cleared at that time. DEATH OF WILLIAM DAVIS. William Davit died at his home in North Slater. Thursday night. July (. He was 59 years. 7 months and 10 days of age He had leen sick since last .lautiary, when he was ta ken with the grip, which was developed Into tuberculosis, from which he died. The funeral was conducted by lilder J. M. lll.ilock at the Christian church Saturday morning at ten o'clock, nlfer which the burial took place at tlie city cemetery. The nll heaters were Dr. Ish, Joseph Tighe, Mike tip. per. Waller Dots, W. I' Dulauey and R. P. Gwiuu. -Stater Index. SAMUEL CAMPBELL. CENSUS SUPERVISORS NAMED. According to .1 dispatch in Wednesday's Globe Democrat, Director Mcrriam has np pointed the following as Republican supervis ors of the Census for Missouri "Fourth district, H. li. H. Mcjiuisey. Mary ville; I'iflh district. George J. Ilaer. Kansas City; Sixth district. J. M. l'idock, Greenfield; Seventh district, Harry II. Parsons, Marshall; Highlh district. J. W. Vosholl, Linn; Tenth district, I'. W. Kntichcustciu, Clayton; Itlcv cnth district, J S. Illggins, St. Louis. W. G. Robertson had hicii selected for the Seventh district, but declined mid recommend ed Mr. Parsons, as also did Mr. Henry Lamm, of Sedalia, Mo., member of the state central committee. The other six distticts will lc giv en to the Democrats." AN EASTERN TRIP. .Snvlnl to Iti'piiltlli'BH. Died of heart trouble, July nth. S.imitel Campbell aged alxiut 65 years. The deceased has lived south ol Xclron for about four ears, having moved here (torn Warrenshurg, to which place, his body hat been taken for burial. The deceased was a popular man in this com munity and one of its best citfrcus. Mrs. W. (V Fisher and children, Will 1'. and Misses Mabel and Nnditie, left Marshall at 11:45 p.m. Monday (or an eastern trip of, tor I weeks duration. Tliey will visit Richmond, Fortress Muiiiue. Old Point Comfort and Nor folk, Vii. . thence by steamer Xoo miles to Hot ton, Mass., returning by way of New Voik City. Philadelphia Italtimoic, Washington City, Staunton and White Sulphur Sptiugs, Vn. Dr. Fisher and wife nrc Itoih ualiu-s of this county, but their parents were Virginians mid they have icl.itlves at utiuii'tout points in Va. Dr. Fisher will lodge at home and take his meals nt the Vcudome Hotel, during the ab sence of his family SERIOUSLY HURT. Oscar lltowu was very seriously hurt 011 Tuesday morning, while engaged in storing hay in the barn, on his father's faun some 3 miles northwest ol town, when some of the machinery hi the hay lifter broke, and the fork pieiced his h.iok hem-nth the right shoulder blade, injuring his spinal vertebrae. Drs. ILill nud (ore were called and while Mr. Krown it seiiously hutt, yet he is doing nicely under tho circumstances ATTACKED UY A ROOSTER. Mrs James M. Roberts, living on College Hill, was seriously hint on Saturday nfturuoou while attempting to catch some cliickenstli.it were in a Ikjx 011 the ground A big plymouth rock rooster of n fighting nature tlim- nt her. striking her in the left uye, cutting llio b ill which bled profusely, since which time the un fortunate lady hat not been able to see at all out of this eye.