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A Crazy Man

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Quite a sensation was caused in vsiiOU8 parta of the city, Saturday, by the queer behavior of an insane man. His name was R. E. Molí and he carne from Canajoharie, N. Y. Arnong otber places, he visited the store of A. L. Noble. From there he wasdirected to the office of the mayor, who entertained bim pleasantly for some time, in the meanwliile sending for the marshal. In conversation Molí complained bitterly of a conspiracy iuto which the entire railway system of the country had entered at his expense. He found great difficulty in traveling. Everywhere false tirae-cards were posted to deeeive him. And depot clerks were instructed not tosell him tickets. The Toledo companv, he said, put on a lot of boys as conductora, just to give him trouble. The only rationa! moment he had was wbèn he was suddenly asked if he had any moaey. He said he had. At his own request,Marshal Murray escorted him towards the Michigan Central depot, but before he got there, he suddenly changed his mmd and broke into a run. He was taken to jail and locked up until his brother, B. C. Moll, of Flint, came and took him away. The insane man was a well appearing person. He graduated from the dental department three years ago and knew a number of people in this city.


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Ann Arbor Register