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MAPSHAII KFPUR1ICAN n.. VIII. MARSHALL, SALINK COUNTY, MISSOURI, AU(J I.. 1MU. Nil. TEACHERS INSTITUTE. Opening Week of the Saline County Teach er Initilutc. Proceeding! of the Settlon. AlV.fST ;tm. The Saline County Teachers Institute open cd Aug. 7 tli at 4 j. tit. nt the college chapel, Mninti' I. Wood Km In I tin' Ki'liiu ili Hum II 1 In Mlllllll- .toll!" r.iijfiMihi Ktll IjivIi' WMIIinii-im Klln I' Smith ItlMII I, KIIIIimi ttnrlii l Wnlhiiv Miiiimm t Ciiitiion KtlmU tli I 'l-miiirn I.IIIm..iIiiiii- Kev. V- R. Dobyns leading In the devotional t l).li'tvlii.iiiln cxciclsesl nmt Miss Mary Wack rendering very pretty solo. l'csidcut W. II. IHaek made the nddrc of welcome, tendering the visitors the frecilotn of the college nml .speaking most highly of the profession in which the assem bled were preparing themselves. To this, Mr. Major, formerly o( the Slater schools.respoud lit In well chosen words. Mr.Orear alto made nn address. In the evening. Judge VanUs lertnti'd tiioii "The Kxccttttvc Department of Our C.ovcrn went" nt the circuit court room, where the evening lectures for the wcrfc have been held. Al llfT htii, iril ' The Institute was opened at -.v hy devo tional excrcUcs, condiicted by Rev. V. It-Dob-yns, and some 30 minutes was given to llihlc study, with special reference to "tctchlng" m set forth in that liook. The vocal solo, "He Wan a l'riiice," liy Miss Catherine Cordell. w.ih much enjoyed by the large audience- W. T. Cirriugtun. Stiierlntcndeiit of Public Institu tion, lectured upon "K1lt1catl011.il Mi-thinN." In a manner that was IhiiIi Interesting mid bene fictnl. Congressman CiKiney was down lor the ''J "I" adJtess of the evcniir-J, his Mibjcct being " I he Departments of Our l-'edcr.il (iovcriiuicnt." Wednevlay mottling J- N- Hooth nddiesscd the teachers at the college upon "State l.egis lath n." and Leslie Orcar in the evening upon "T.ie l-'cderal Courts." ' mir-day's program was ns follows: The Depattmcnt of the Interior." W. C. 0 .er. "Circulation "Dr. Harrison. "Relation of State to 1'uMic and N'luwil Hy. gictic and to the Medical 1'rofessioii." Dr. J. M. Allen. "Revenues, how obtained audespended." Alf I--. Ucctor. I'rof. Ilahltnan.of VA'arrciisburg .Vormal.who with Dr. Calloway, of M. V. C. have asi.ed nsitistritclurit In the absence of I'rof. T. H. Spencer, has returned to his home. TIIA'-lliai-' llSII'l.l.r.ll AT Till! INsTITI'TI!. Mrs .lixte 1111111-11 1 1 11 rti - SIh-Ikui W A Kmltli Knilll T llliiki-l ll-li-H Wnll I.11I11 llnms',r .liililn-l WihmmIIh'IiI'i Mlllllll1 I Ill-Hi A1111I-O lint Klliuli-tli I Jul" IVnrI .IiiIiiimiii Mm-gins-l W It I niiipl-ll .In. 'V l'1-h-r .1 II lim-kir .I11I111 Mute I, S .lllllH-H Kmc Ktul- llrltflii Aniili-1 I' 111I11 (ti.i II Mi-Mulmti lli" Miiri K Inir .(till t Itisllllllll Win I'. Kllllnii i:ilii I'lirrl-li I I. ... I,. Ti-rii-ll l.aiirn Hay Mm) I. A111I1 r-'ii I: Mi'KiiI-ti-. 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Iiuliiu Tlikinii-ii-i Ni tlli Nevllh Kum li.'l.l Mnlil,s Muiiliiifw lluriil. Ittinkln Ida l.iitliinT Ijillu li Ituju-r .Inn Hii"lnK' Mnt'l t'nriaiiliT Mnr) I! KIIII011 .li-.l- i: KHiL'i A BOY BEATEN BADLY. An Outrigcout Exhibition of Min't BruUl Ni' turt for Which He Will Be Protected. M .1 nek 11 1 1 11 IT) Sitninl That there are men livliiB, who have more the passions of lieasts than human heiiiRs has lately been evidenced, hut that such a man deserves to live is not such an undisputed mat ter. On last Saturday mornluR at the home of John Collier near lleruilou, a most .shameful niT.iir took place, of which a Kepoiter for the Kl.ri'iil.lcAN learned the followiiiR facts. Khun ltallard, a 17 ear old I my receiitly hired to corRC Collier, hut wotkisl only one day, l'rid.iy; the rain that iiIrIiI iiitetiuptiiti: his field wotk, he was ItUmisscd (or the day and went to Ctetcher. Collier nut Iour nller his departing, misseil three dollars and immediately set out ill pur suit of the hoy, whom he thoiiRht had stolen it. Voiiiir ltallard was found at Ctetcher, tied with n h.dter and dragi-cd hack to the Collier place, wheie his lormer eiuployel took him to the bntii mid ilaciui; a tu-Rro man ami womnii nt the door in order to pr-venl his mh.-.iie and piocieited to heat the -mor tiy nith 11 heavy leather ttiR in 11 most melclless l'n!iioii. Irylitj; to make him confess. This inhuman punish ment was continued until the lm)' Uak wan covered with places six mcnes Ioiir Mid four inches wide, wheie the skin was torn eutltely off and the llcsh hculcn to 11 pulp, not to men tion the tiriihle humps on the head as n u-sult ofhlous. 1'clliaps murder would liavelnM.11 comiuitteil. had only the Uute had Ins way. for the Idows wele still falliui; iij-oii the de fenceless ld, when he made his tscae hy jumpini; over the iieRtuvs, who guarded the door Aith open knives. At this jutictllle. the diiRS were set ti mii liini, hut Il.1ll.11d suca-eikd in KettiiiR a ay and together with his mother, c.imeto Maishall mid had warrants sworn out for the anest of not only Collier hut his negro ussjsi.nits. The former R.tvc IhiihI, Ihii the two latter ate lodged in j.ul. Iinviii); leven lnouRht here Monday ni;ht. The trial will take place I'nday at Ilernduu. U ore Justice J. W. (.(H.dwin. of Alma, markeUsI i.jiS W- A. llnlf amllheptosecutiUKall. my piom iKiu.id steers. KhI ci.oukI. to hriiig ?3 .V in is to p.ecule will, a vik'" St. Louis TueMlay. Sw ill .S: Company l-niRht 1 " 1,l'nr "f " W'""1 i1k",K and feioctous tj oiTeiise in ft county, wheie such eilielly oil the pait of anyone Is not in the least condoned hj llotuton lltii-.. piomineiit stockmen of Malta iis standing, is eiioitKh toaroune ui'inunt and llrnd, Mo., were hete with several loads of uiuuli fteliug as to what ought In I done 10 a ijij MUiiid Colorado stecis of their personal man of such beastly I'sioiis. feed'ng that were good enough to bring ?j.o. j0, p'itgiUins. Maish dl, sold Shorf Swift fc Co. being the purchaser. Tuesday's bonis at 56.. 'o, averaging 14M0 lbs, at Chicagu. St. Louis National Reporter. Wednesday. LIVE STOCK WORLD.