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New Daily Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1896, Bluefield, West Virginia N E W D miX T E L E NO. Wf MARCH 5. 1896. PRICE THREE HORRIBLY JANGLED the of a Terrible Pitt TO BOARD i He Lott Both Legs and Had Hn Left i Hand IB HOPED FOE While to board a moving freight train at an hour morning Oscar McCall about 18 years of Jus footing and was thrown tbe several of which passed over his almost sev bin his left band and cutting fearful gash lu bin trainmen did uot know of the accident body laid by the track for some time before found by ah outgoing Inch stopped and took him np carrying him back to the station where attention Dr Fox IS W R R assisted by Crockett aud rendered all the assistance legs above the and dressing his That life should last under terrible is almost a but at hour last ve wilb faint recovery lie IB tbe son of Mr and Mrs J M i popular md boy of and The whole was blocked and when tbe intelligence was Lad up in of such a loving thill he held in the of people outside of his He is closely related lo somo of Ihc citizens of v HOUSE IN ABOUT CITY or to f M Ihe Mr T A fn the tity was here ye ted iy Mr J returned to the city Fannie thu hou e force is quite sick W G Ua llei chief clerk it l 1 1 Slates in the city The at the Churches were well attended last The Misses of Graham were in shopping Mr. Jacob lias moved on Raleigh Mr ind Mis A of spent list t in Blue Held Dr R I through tl c last night on his way home fru a northern The Oat li Progress ii the lest Eid tbe City's n CROWDS ASSEMBLED 0 on visil Fee anJ Action Taken Cutter Merrill Seises Schooner Loaded With Arms has returned from a Mr. Charles eon of governor dined with Mrs son Attorney James L. of he Inn list night en route from n. trip of the re passi il on his w h i ne ti Russell C e left well ij to isil bis son in 1 iw Dr lie will return today f K 1'age of the and Coke with head quarters in was in tho city Mr. for some time the house has resigned his position mid will leave for his today Hoiton of Hadford pissed tbe en Now Special March 4 Ilou e spent much of B sion in erallon ot the fee an dment to the legislative executive and jil v tbe pr of fixing salar es of dii attorneys of federal cou Is which range from 000 to 000 tt ith two exceptions thu schedule 1C s mains unchanged A In ci i f the a was received S into Ing the disagreement of that to j Cuban and a conference Hit eon on it. The Senate by d s coning the of of to a seat In tho from Delaware of the In favor of Dupont The treat ary ii Informed that Captain Herring of Revenue Cutter forty miles from port the 8 R loaded with and II generally con ceded that cargo w is for Cuba Four Hours of s Special Sen ice s March 4 foar reaming the Mire with a fierce i in tbe ceoter of tbe and before it property worth 9160000 was destroyed Half the damage by and Frank a aad a colored from a f. Fifteen aH bat uie of were lo the Southern March incor x the fc M her home from a visit to of K. Charles York T C Almand Samuel J. Simi s n and 1 S Grille arc registered at the I II I Ky W H. L. C. E. T. K. and of arc registered at the Inn Mr. Ash who has been one if t lie leading of city for lime sold out his fixtures M. Prince who will iu ihc future conduct the Mr McCreary a very popular young moil hero made many leave for lo daj where he has a position He has Ihc wishes of tho for bin The Bermuda Now Special March Ship which was recently I y Federal officers m New bay was preparing to sail for Cuba with men and arms in aid has been ordered released by the r cive tho evidence may be tbe Bcr muda was about lo depart upon Ibis sion the law decisions and It was not the Intention of tbe government at tbe lime of arrest of captain to detain the vessel auy longer than necessary to ascertain who were TTer owners all facts relative to her Under the A GREAT SENATORS SCRAP i Flood and Try to Each THE MAYBRICK CASE Sonls Are Being Saved and the Word Preached in a Forceful Manner TWO BUILDINGS CALLED The t of all revivals is in progress in ud This win M irted about eeks Ko bj Ihc p istor i f the little Mis sun JE h in a quitt t way nud Ins grown IB and good until it his reached its present propor house is to seat the A by the forte of tin wor I pers and ap bj t ic preacher Rev Bettis tended in the beginning an to all the churches HIB workers in the to Join him the services of people aud iy earnest such interest was ened as has never Cottage meetings been the good rumen throwing open their offering their homes foi soul arid at the results are more The meeting last is conducting tlic main and Messrs. Wheat and Austin 'the meeting Cottage meetings will be held HS follows today Mrs. Shelton's at Forlines same Mis also Mississippi Republicans Mi t i Delegates to the State which meets have been nr riving for nud still they the 11111 aud Lynch oil lu earnest The committee met has as half counties send mil having a com- delegates lo be re- ported Opera House tomorrow bo against Lynch Caused by a on the Part of Flannagan s- Special Ya M irch nor n 1) Hood of lo the Senate this up to Senator lican member from tilling him a bit him across the held H nb a slick The altercation out in lu debate when charged Hood nu was t il en to HIL residence of 01 fu h W od wen to tbe e U hill aud sur cd On it wi not X ri n 1 il w is allowed His te of tlic is is dunng thu n the S unit tl c 1 FM 1 made a which de piper in its report sal 1 inn igau charged I lood with a Yesterday a reporter of paper was told of the Democratic Sen including Flood he h id m i Ii an that had not used tho expression that is reported Tin morning s paper stated tint i that report tbat he die ch irge t is nun i Flo 1 w us in the before there Inter it in shortly before the noon outride Ihc railing not lo to Flood to stick in his lib and Flood bin to Ins attention 1 1 in turned and for n see two Senators stood facing each other Then Flood raised his brought I down with tremendous force on gang held The second blow was struck and the bystanders caught pulled him ap to be stunned and upon Ihe i HISTORY OF THE CRIME WIRE Jail Waia t of DAILY Wasn't It issue of any paper evir in Ihli f it Yon lo be a wert and worth more to HM V i S i Scorn Oraat It U Hut ibe beat a Dr. Palmer New March P. one of the best known of ginia and On of Ihc day President his Venezuelan hia Rev. alt They were message and Ihc excited He suddenly power of speech and hud to bt removed to a hospital It a severe of par he bad received For nearly three months he but never his ulty of Kentucky New Special Ky 4 of the Republican Stale Central Committee met here Jno W. pf presiding for purpose of of time and place for the convention nt which delegates to Louis will a poll but tbe chances arc tbat a boom for Bradley will be x TkM to When Sons say they meai It They do not care to move all of their bid in their It will cheaper to dUfr of at Ibe tint 5 City for 1805 UMt vald at aid paid by let I will to collect by and kj law All MMd MCk taiW liM to Mr Service March Green halge In so ill tonight death Is rex every March -a of Ihc committee on of the son Ihi 1'iesu'e.nt 1 lo designs for a lo be In Monroe In thl were ic 1 stated that there will be no for of Hi lem will at once hi provide 1 with London which placed nn Ohio announced today would purchase the ns fc W T having withdraw from our goods must lie sold this pay in AUCTION Academy begins tho sprin of the scholastic on 83rd. The put five have bcc unprecedented In the enjoyed b this patron age of advanced pupils in the i 1 L Horton will away a 60 piano to tbe lacy or ot Ms slor daring 19W J L Do not let U slip Mr of th the nex make of bU but cab for the price of one doten Do not fall to call on fur work la without and In and he all bla td be Ibe to go to hla li my he loom at List lay Freed Imprisoned and Tried ind Finally Convicted bj AND SHE AN AMERICAN TOO is abiding if Mr. vi l 1 show tbe English llnl our re illy dc the of Mrs the doors will thrown and 1 e ill on a free woman It is ui will e bi to be and that is j itrc if j ing t ken bj the authorities of Mrs 3 s id case is familiar to of She is the daughter of William er a b inker of Mobile Mi ind w born tbat city At the age 18 Florence E. Chandler I brick of I wli a man of the world who rid teen lie addicted lo th of a ai cater a regular laker of a tonic 1'ick arsenic also Of. all Miss cr. was totally Ignorant when mar ried him at i cotton and where they lived foi -ome years following iu house lo On April who ill and and other to tlie races on gut wet nm out with April 28lh was very sick of previous sent for Dr. Humphrey C Maybrick May 1880, he The physicians win attended him decided by Indiscretion o diet away from Kurly on the morning of May 1 1 fell into a ami so re for nearly hoin the effects of she wan until May 18. While unconscious immediately after the death Maybrick charged by Hi police at the ition of an brothers of the dc Alice mid andL enemies Mrs husband by doses 8carch_for wn and In to poison fifty men found but ull In his none he apartments or 1 still Mrs. were nt her bedroom door fund ft ii quest ordered On Moy 17 mother arrived and prc vented from seeing her by tw May 18 the the inquiry in Mrs be i Cu ind she wis from hi btd to illon ul still in an scious condition upon bire and the inquest conned said l the any fur ther soino evidence of the of Mrs should be producci To this IbC coroner replied pity the had not mud had bcc full of sensational accounts of creating in owing to M and citizenship Th Inquest was resumed on 6 Mrs was not allowed to be by the ami Mr the reported s liver fi ot a grAln o und In tbe Hi Ike money and BO to by it not to Mrd committed by li rmu tor on of wai he 1 the trial at asting eight tbe last cro entirely by the p of Mr Justice Stephen f that trial are well and o the cause of death Dr declared the I Times to be testified there of arsenic lied lo tbe same and Dr. aid that was due to of the poison such ih mushrooms Another tbat the from rather than toward r Sir Charles iow Lord m commenting ipon the charge of Justice I e said lie passionately lie to linda of to sum first day M a u and on raged like a for the The er of tho jury was a surprise nol even by he prosecuting officers and whili wai said It is to flad her in the of. Ihd The jury three i a provision a er tw o farmers an a a painter and a was out six anil when their jf j was test was the court the w is hissed and and wilb reached his The sentence of this raised Ihe public in L and even awoke to i of the enormity of tho with the united In a unions I lie Incoming lo their tbat not the whole of the evidence very even could have done 60 It was Impossible carry away made free u c and own el I hut It will bo seen that thli terrible made by jury the lead and at the to n of prejudiced Ji from Ibo remainder of this cruel story to need repetition C. thel Slock her York eastern r of selecting 111 and such other this jc irs ID It wl f r him to supply a long felt in who hal fore ocen for hereby our new slock be ready for Inspection about 81 tke The best cabinet a lait wed MS gillery doesn't turner or the merchant Harld thirteen years In of I i nm able to judge and this day l all goods now and April lit a discount of ten i fell hats They will be i ncu Jan M tf Mas G B I will dozen gn the beat Mimll sum Won ff kaw will be at aM
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