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Bedford Democrat (Newspaper) - September 13, 1889, Bedford, Indiana 7r to the let the Chips fall where they SEPTEMBER 13, 1SS9. ra IL 19 tm A. H un- T. of I 1>. 1 i- - la t - O who constantly hnd instructions to w ut n the uu ir i to r - 1: - r 1 1 ' mut t I are U I with answers Iho is while a hundred fifty of the them of the king's bail tho conio upon the scene with four arc with of from up tlie draw fur dash it till hlin luxl nf of the invalids aro are struck iuni rvv for Thi ii on I if tho li tho h its they tho 0!\l:uary they an- hours of her and in the Paris it with at and a Scene of and Part of the Island Covered by the r Is Inske h. and Korf witli the the Great iif Sept 10. i wore as i is a of wreck of is an- the 11. ai ti over been 1 ul in a OU is ill 1. an 1 i. iii ij to cox at Noon Give Up AU Ilia Difficulty Encountered in Securing a Either Excused for Cause or OF THE TOPICS OF THE r. ' 1 I r a * ' - a- a- i - 1 O ' ' f a Tiie if fj 1;. I j N. a ia a r. % iai rnv alai 1!. t M any to tara H -i A. he hai a f. a la ra ar - f aa i ita i He n lie A v t av. array to Ills lo. 5; 1-. i. U Iho crown i- to u y it tiy an erran i nn of a t-i f th. il walk 11 ry b t- r t to l da toni away It if it Tho b. up au 1 lent ' the at 7 il a aa uAh t fe anil it Was little of between been tha Lay i- five feet of e a tu hotels by a that last to being by tila early new tlu latter a alai ol i l a the 1 with ani of that UM iiy over tw as far a ti is 1 jii front of last early e is 1 b Ili a h- io i Lotel fa il ali a 1 V. - M i; S. S. Cos is at his in this uuuu guve up all hope of Olio l In an Ca: Sept. A large of dynamite in a cartridge factory here that tlie building in which tho ive was The factory was in tho ol tho at the time of the was crowd ' 1. of the were the setting it ou lire and a among the of were Of the of were and many in and tiie wero badly A dense mass ol the burned snd like a over tiie The been and the of the their spread have been I he ruins of the burned buildings are still too hot to admit of work l bodies of the but a wero out and enough has gathere I by tlie explorers among tlie to make it list ill not fall sort of it uot largely that King aud a of his iu to the Ao fire over an tho aud troops at th - j arty was driven the injured by tho are being d ' kiag wanl of s n aud of litile factory girls 1 up ia a be 1 of king I of tiie 1 prop it lu arr tor of tile ear m a av. r.e. ( ol r bv Al. a at ai gilt i w ai % A i. uf a r's a Ith a thirty i w A1 a. 1 il i - - - A 1 i. i; - I t ' V. - 1 V kill live - l r w a-x 7. A. o ' t i ' i i 1- ' A i - - - - a - ' ' I. i i tiie a 1 of I ' i a f ' e iu were at ia a ira of the rit a i. so I the It - narr ia r. thick in foid be- a f the was aud by n i - ' that - aa of of J r by Thoy or thoy nere no with their r. mero do serving for ir of They in Early ta who by i of into tho put do bad beisi of treason tho ' was up for a as and do do 'm of XI V's at In hw hii has of but cc doubt of it of the y- IS They tiw the 111! air threats in Or THE ODIOUS tho July 14, all is in no but and the -a scythe they can ay baud streets and are with earrings bat havo in the ar The for amus and oa every of aird of aro iu do Tho ir are tho of the bolls are from every cro surge the that grisly fortress burning t. level it tho is of the but beius he will a It IIo but eighty-two and thirty-two tens of frantic tortured with the of the thi garrison is Far more walls or tioris or thousand cannons is the jf thj the force of ti it on St. which is steadily oritur are bact from the ures a to tho howling not tban of tha first and fjr 10. i. X aa i la timothy at 00 t rio eh ani o i fair tu s pn e 111! 1 Jin was bl C. el 1,:, n. 1er S Aa k. t o a. - Aik tea to is and at Tlie e - ia within the old iron pier r il Is been t jra 1:1 Ai 1 n e v t ry w h e e a 1 1-; .la 1. great AS at 1 iu s burst t' ia Til is til ' aay of a tAiA - caa u the i at It 1 ai r ' it New Venire the Forcibly from the Tho Jubilant Over Sopt 10.Twenty-five Monday iu the ' ill bnt all were for i cause or peremptorily A now venire was p. Mr. for tho j to the aud obtained | several of the Old mau drew a re- ' but ho was | On several former occasions an attempt was made to secure the but the ' and tho court refused to au order compelling them to police authorities were more than not to say the Kvi their in some direction had been it that pleased they would uot it might bo with con that at least had the just where they wanted It e one iu a position to give a guess as to had been ho was locked out of ihj way police SPECIAL unii Cabinet It Not Sept Tho president and cabinet determined not to call a session of PLOT - Hired to Murder a 3Iaa and U Sept 9.- Tho special from W. by the grand in Fayette this have brought to light a plot About a mouth ago a white man named Charles was waylaid and butchered by a worthless who had been a criminal all hfe West was a and a ol regulators Curiosity tho motive for murder was and rumors of a statement thai had just was strung up became so numerous that tho i grand then in took cognizance of them an i began an of the John West a of the murdered was and during broke down aud made the following re- i Charles West was j to a number of of aud de- j I to have him He WM too a man to be killed oat exciting a ' for Uis ' not bo i to a ill might be shot ia The were in held several hit tho plan of hiring d tiie and then i a chance to destroying all trace of t V as killed and Turner was before they couM 1 bravo h a words e to the of the not iu tho i piot I v. ill be- indicted at of tho J but tho rest aro 1 by and iii if thav attempt to go out of tile of The oAt the wi l i ot d 1 tile ail is ia t 111>: 111.4. la t-i - a h ling tlie ed to a the tirst 1 ii le delame Michigan I combing So. 51.-hf.-an blood bulls aud fat Yorkers and to 4.; aud and 00. red 2:j}%c. ti ial wavo the came i in ut Yurk Tlie by tlie the York Water front has been very S and street nearly all the cellars Lave been and in of the Tii few that Lave put i bay for j heavy aud all along the of tho and coasting stearners did not their among the Hook and ply to The of two nut high so shore in Thoy also many small a is that the are all down at th telegraph with that has The landing strige ut Castle is a state of that was never known to have lower of Blackwell's Island ia ami tb were early this m- iu Uie thv frame out in that of the new tracks at are entirely under and the bridge to St. has beea the Ray Sept. heavy northeast The steamers to and from which carry mails and passengers not were 1. iias iu of c tiie a to buy the in l Union nill an i inside l Iho The 03.iK<t-i the of tite circuit court in ii prohibiting the pining of gas the was and soon the matter is efforts will be to larger and of thu larger out side of In will tiie Lind aod ' rea ly to gas m any party of left for to go in for tho y are d cents of are this the none but but n wiio are iih families | bo Vit to up the ot a Sept 10.A from the City of 3resican the best cf ' can finance and gives soino facts and the condition ' of trade between and the States and which difTer from given ont at i It says in the fiscal of the tlie United i to in American or in 3Iexican and diat value of from tn the the same luv tus the that Lave ever and | show that frora tho States to are than heretofore stated by either | Mexican or States iii story of Sept. G. -In the case i United Nagle male was i that Terry all 1 1 viol I i- i i i t tiie dining room for and 80<>n after oar Terry and enti re 1. down at me for and and e. bat aud toward ' what he intended to d I f. It a powerful blow on ehi I I aud s great over nie with his i cl list 1 then hoard j I am an two pistol shots in I saw Terry fall to 1 i for a d that Terry had a 1 arose and left 1-Teld further testified that ho if had not Terry been dead the next liio The Terry's face when ha hand to strike a second blow could not i e It was full of Field declared lie never had any difficulty with prior to tho decision 11 year Thoy had boon on ilie Terry had tried before and on always spoke During tho year or ho to Hare entirely and to liave lost his for the Field added tho story iti asked Terry to him for lent soma yeom Field not Collection or Gathered From and tbe Democrats of A. for state of arrived in New York city say the far northwestern wheat crop is of finest but of uncertain who is dying at is now unable to spoak a coke operators iu the district have interacts so aa to able to competa with the Frick aud McClure rich silver strike has been made at New thousand persons attended the celebration in Bucks of the founding of the Presbyterian church in the United President Harrison was present and delivered an is said there is a on foot to unite all the large dime museums in tho United The money is to bo furnished by Engliah Friday that be believed his cwn as well as that of Justice to be in danger when ha shot Buffalo claims to have proof that tho story Graham oyer Falls in a barrel is a enterprising attempted to take a picture of a woman who suicided at as was on tha but the torrent was too quick for aud he lost the chance of his new cruiser wai launched Brodie wont orer Falls Saturday in a rubber He was not seriously aud after being restored to consciousness was arrested on the charge of attempting Viola daughter of a wealthy resident of who was by her father twenty years ago for eloping with man named is now the heiress of left by hor stabbed by Ray is able to walk sisters named hare committed suicide at owing to losses in to the publicity to bar proposed on foot to Elizabeth has abandoned the children of Mrs. Maybrick have adopted by a lady aad of with the approval ot the op both sides of the Tha the ot their foster is that Leopold a trip to the Congo free and while there be will tako steps to tho finances of the a view to diminishing tho annual which he has madj out of his private means for Turk sh of war has ordered 100,0X1 Manser repeating to be ready in a mouth for distribution among the steel workers in Wales threaten to Thoy demand an advance of 10 per in Maybrick hai been removed from the in tho Woking and now occupies a defeated O'Connor in tho boat Germans have and is was serena at by Tho ny tho was was found ia Loudon Edward Bigier for state G. to give up aspirations to oblige hrr who has particularly her to ou tho Her not been very good of but It was not on thu a-i was given that she has changed her It is said that overtures havo madj by hur husband toward aud that shj is anxious to conciliato his L Sullivan announces his intention to run for congress on the ticket iji the Boston is that blood all other remedies fail to yield to of this luent comes to hand Even such aud as and are thoroughly eradicated by t iic use of this wonderful 110 two after for two ' from able to walk only with great and having tried mineral I saw by an in a that a man had of I after Ion by r's la. I to make a trial of and took it regularly for I am to say that it a 1 11!!', il at I since had uo return oC the ilisi L. A. ye ir I taken ill with rlu to my house monti s. 1 i out of sickness very uo system iu every 1 eo use and began Io at oacis gaining iu ami soon my 1 cannot too in arase of well-known have a deal of but not 111-I'.; lias me so good as I felt its b. iore 1 quite ne and I can freely testify it is the best I J. C. Ayer fi FROM ura out at North laborers on lua Duluth city contracta male h for they have at last what was shod and what long to get for for a days 1: came as aa entire to strike ia London has the shipping interests at Tiie depots are with perishable and no vessels are along tho Central and Peoria and Western railways struck for an advance of ten cents per Fire forest which havo boon raging in the 31ontana mountains for the last six weeks are now supposed to haro extinguished by the heary rain and which fell Monday In tho oi and Ten snow to the depth of four to six inches covers the in Laird yard at worth of 1170,500. a aud Hightower shot and killed his wife near Ala. was injured two brakemen who tried to put them off a near perrons were injured in Xew York by an of sewer H. of who was the soldier ia tbe Confederate died while on a business Ohio Girt Married Sept 6.Mia 8. of of to lie I aad ihe 3Ilne. ( far six Sept 7. - The latest from Spring A alley aie not Acry It is that tho work ejecting tenants from company will Hie mines havo Vietin ordered for six but to far uo taken to the into other mines of northern Illinois have either resumed or will do so within a or two on the and j and a half cents ton bnt | the Spring Valloy men havo not been favored with even that They are out in tho and while they will submit to the closing of the they not willingly go out of the houses which thoy at If the evictions 1 to Capi bert white Safin witn silver and pearl Her sistor Josephino was The presents wore and a brooch in the of a horseshoe studded with diamonds snd pearls to the aud a diamond mbv pin to tbe groom from tho of EARTHQUAKE IN Immense Stone Milt and nn Artesian Well Cesses to Sept 10.Tho village of a Email place ono mile above was shaken on Saturday by what is believed to liave been an The of the interior seemed to hare been directly the spot doId mill of the Yan aud great damage done to the mill was but recently It is built entirely of and the of the same chu - be the it is the argest paper s nil miU ia of crack i anJ rated Acor of the ry ia north will hare to be it is all okt of many well on tho 200 foot above the Lm to sinco the M. 7.A now railroad company been called the io build line from the Chio and Mississippi to tlie and will new territory to H. of that is at head of the tlie Sept. 10.-The second of freight trainan i the first section of train near oil the o road trains dy damaged and both engines Aut no lives lost Tha loss is at 000. All traffic on this i has been Orar E. to Bouth I his and of throw Manu and of C from a ia crashing Mann's leg will probably receive 1 a serious was arrestai et Ar at 1 a row of ten iu Loss C Bia 1, wiU die from tho of given by a druggist for of aa or lin i by Indianapolis in was developed by suit in typhoid fever epidemic at In been much fatally injured by msi at Indiana who has kept his wealth un Icr beneath tho and other Engl 2 ivas in a factory at a sear dropped he - - t ou his ia furrow grasping the roun 1 of the Jolm P. St. of itwo 1 audiences at Friday on and Protec An feo was cha large sum being which was donated to the nee ly was found dead near with a bullet iu bis never A of .md the t and in with the of ow ehort or phosphate Sold only in
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